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THURSDAY, JANUARY 22NI> , 1885.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER.
Lotye & Soaeft Directory.
Millheim Lodge, No. 9M, I. O. O. F. meeting
heir halt, Penn Street, every Saturday evening
Rebecca Degree Meeting every Thursday 011
or before the full moon of each mouth.
0. W. Sec. R W. MAUCK. N. (?.
The Millheim B. & L. Association meets in
the Penn street school house 011 the evening of
the second Monday of each month.
A WALTER. Sec, I>. L. Zitnivr, Trest.
The Millheim Cornet Band meets in the
Town Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings
H. J. KURZENKSABK, Sec. SAM. WKISER, Pres.
EMPEROR "William, of Germany, is
reported as seriously sick.
THE total amount of immigration in
the United States last year was 453,-
983 souls, while in 1883,560,190 land
ed in this country.
LAST week the official count of West
Virginia's October election was com
pleted and shows a majority of 5,289
for Wilson, democrat, over Maxwell,
FOUR THOUSAND cigar manufacturers
and their hands in Philadelphia sign
ed a petition against the ratification of
the epanish treaty and sent the same
to Senator Cameron.
SENATOR CAMERON, as everybody
With some political knowledge ex
pected, received the nomination for
U. S. Senator and the anti-Cameron
republicans have no other choice but
to be satisfied with this result. It is
a case of "stand up to the rack, fodder
or no fodder."
Unfavorable to Grant's Retirement.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19.— The senate
committee on the lederal relation, to
which was referred the resolution ask
ing congress to place General Grant
upon the retired list of the army re
ported to-day that it ought not to
CAMERON is renominated as U. S.
Senator from Pennsylvania and that
means he is re-elected. The "machine"
works as smooth as ever and Cameron
has the republican party of this state
in his pocket
Since writing the above Senator
Cameron has been re-elected to the U
THERE is at leatt one class of work
ing people who thus far remained ex
empt from the general reduction of
wages and by all appearances will be
spared in the -future—the domestic
servants. Cooks, Coachmen, servant
girls and stablemen, who generally
have more steady employment, than
mechanical laborers, seem to be better
taken care of than factory hands, min
ers and the like.
Washington News and Gossip.
WASHINGTON, D. C., January 17, 'BS.
There has been a remarkable change
of opinion during the past week on at
least two of the measures before the
House. And it is a change which prom
ises to make laws of at least those two
measures. One is tne Grant retirement
bill, and the other is the Blair Educa
tional bill. In the telegraphic reports
sent from here yesterday was a state
ment that the House Military Commit
tee had voted, six or two, against re
porting a bil' retiring Grant, but a
nother bill for the same purpose was re
ported, and I doubt not the House will
take very prompt action when the sub
ject comes up, and such action as will
put Grant on the retired list before
The Educational bill has grown in
favor wonderfully of late. It is getting
active and general support from the
South, a section which has heretofore
seemed strangely indiiferent on the
subject. I say strangely for two-thirds
of the seventy millions to be expended
will go to the one-third of population
known as "the South." Put down the
Educational bill as one that will be
to receive President Ar
The net result of the present week's
work has been the passage of the
French Spoliation Claims bill, a vener
able bill which has come down to us
from former generations. The claims
are as old as the Government. Claim
ants are simply permitted to go before
the Court of Claims. after which, if the
court finds anything due, Congress will
make the necessary appropriations. I
was in the House gallery during the
last day's debate on this bill,and noted,
with a great deal of satisfaction, that
party and section had nothing whatev
er to do with it. Representatives from
New England and Ala
bama and the West united without a
thought of locality in favor of opposing
Your readers will perhaps hardly be
lieve me at first, but this is the only
House debate for twenty years on any
important subject, in which party or
section had not some.place. But it is
true, so far as I can remember. Con
gress has hardly buried a Senator or
Representative in the last decade, with
outla reference in the obituaries to the
late war, or to "the South," or to "the
North," or to the services of the de
ceased to his party. The yenerable
French Spoliation bill was too much
for members, however, and only the
merits and demerits of the bill itself
Everything goes on well with the
Monument dedication, and Presiden
tial inauguration managers. The gath
ering here, especially 011 the 4th of
March, will be greater even than has
heretofore been expected. Funds are
being subscribed by all classes of peo
ple, and citizens without regard to par
ty are at work upon the committees.
Reports from every section are to the
effect that hardly a township will he
For some leason unknown to the out
sider, there has been lately much less
confidence among Republican clerks
here in regard to their places than
there was a month ago. It seems to be
understood among them that the ax
will fall heavily. 11.
Miscellaneous New s.
A $40,000 fire occurred in Beloit,
The post ofiice block at Dodge City
was burned yesterday with a loss of
John Gardner yesterday was arrested
near Huntingdon, Pa„ for the murder
of George Warfel, his father-in-law.
Wheeling, West Virginia, was badly
damaged by the wind and rain on Sat
urday and Sunday. Many houses were
unroofed, telegraphic communication
was cut off,and barns, sheds and fences
in the surrounding country were blown
to the ground.
M'Clain, the camp meeting homicide,
was found guilty of murder in the first
degree. The trial at Lewistown, Pa.,
ended on Saturday night, Jan. 17th, by
the rendering of the above verdict. The
murderer of Smearman will probably
receive his formal sentence this week.
Last Sunday morning, Jan. 18th, the
infirmary of the Illinois eastern hospit
al for the insane burned and a great
number of the inmates perished in the
flames. The patients were mostly suf
focated before they could be teached
and the insane were either unable or
unwilling to help themselves. There
were 1500 inmates in the hospital.
—JUST SO. The wise and prudent
man now procures a bottle of Pr.Kess
ler's Celebrated English Cough Medi
cine and keens it in the house to be
prepared for croup and whooping-cough
emergencies. It never fails, it never
disappoints. Instructions for trial
ment of croup and whooping-cough on
eacli wrapper. Nothing like it for colds
and all lung troubles. Dissatisfied buy
ers can have their moncv returned.
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WA Y& CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim.Pa.
The Oliver and Phillips Failure.
PITTSBURG,Jan. 19.—There was very
little news to-day regarding the Oliver
Bros, and Phillips affairs. Matters seem
to be progressing satisfactorily towards
an extension on favorable terms. A
meeting of the creditors to-morrow will
be attended by all of the leading credit
ors and will, no doubt, be harmonious.
It is stated on authority that an exam
ination of the liabilities will show them
not over $2,200,000.
Extreme Cold at Chicago.
CHICAGO, Jan. 19.—This lias been
the coldest day of the year in this city.
The thermometer ranged anywhere
from 19 degrees to 30 degrees below ze
ro, the signal service quoting 19degrees
below. The condition of affairs pre
vails throughout the state, but in the
northwest the weather is milder as
compared with that of twenty-four
hours ago. Winnepeg is quoted at 14
degrees below, Jamestown 10 below,
Fargo 17 below and St. Paul 19 below.
Would Sooner Work Than be Idle.
WILKESBARRE, Jan. 19.—The min
ers and laborers employed by Pardee &
Co., Cox Bros.& Co., George B.Markle
and Leisenring & Co., coal operators,
in the 'ower part of Luzerne county,
began work this morning at a reduction
of ten per. cent. In their wages. The
order affects about 10,000 men who
are willing to work rather than be idle.
In this section large coal companies
have already nearly filled their quota
for January and little will be done dur
ing the remainder of the month.
A Burst Boiler.
Five Men Killed by an Explosion
POTTSVILLE, Jan. 18. — At Good
Spring, a small station at the Schuyl
kill and Susquehannah branch of the
Philadelphia and Beading railroad,yes
terday afternoon, the boiler of Abra
ham Earnst's saw mill exploded with
terribly fatal effect, five men being kill
ed outright. The mill has been run by
Earnst for fifteen years, making mine
timber for the Philadelphia and Read
ing Coal and Iron Company's Collieries
in the west end of the count/. It em
ploys from eight to ten men. To-day
half the force were in the woods, some
distance from the mill, loading and
hauling logs. About 2 o'clock the ex
plosion occurred. It is supposed to
have been caused by a defect in the
boiler. The killed are Albert Earnst,
aged twenty years,'son of the milljown
er's brother; Ilenry Coller, aged twen
ty-seven years, having a wife and four
children; Jacob Gelires,aged thirty-five
years, haying a wife and five children,
and two others, whose names have not
been learned. Good Springs is an iso
lated place and difficult to reach.
All the bodies were terribly mangled
and parts of them haye been picked up
four or five huudred yards from the
C. W. Mcllicr, of 406 South Fourth
street, St. Louis, is twenty years of age,
and lms been n sufferer from chronic
catarrh, which had become quite offen
sive. When he came to I)r. Hurtman, two
months ago, lie was told it would take six
months to cure him. But he lias pro
gressed beyond nil expectations, and
nearly all signs of the disease have dis
appeared. Before being treated be could
not breathe out of the nose, and now he
lias perfect control of the nasal organ.
PERI'N A did tlie business.
fames Dunn, of ijto Cay street, St.
Louis, has suffered from catarrh since
1870. The gentleman told the reporter
the following straightforward story of
his case. "I took the disease in Mem
phis. It commenced in my head and
extended to my throat, and a had cough
followed. 1 went to a number of phy
sicians, and they told me my trouble was
liver disease, and one said it was palpita
tion of the heart that caused the cough
For the last year 1 have been practically
worthless. I could not ascend a flight of
stairs without suffering from shortness of
breath and fast heating of the heart, and
my appetite was very detective. Alter
eating 1 often coughed so hard that 1
would throw up everything 111 my stom
ach. 1 could not walk any distance with
out panting. Five weeks ago I went
under the care of Dr. llartman and now
mv cough has disappeared and I feel like
A new man." PLKUNA was his treat
Next came George Sauerbaum, residing
at 1929 Carr street, St. Louis, who is an
old patient of Dr. liartnian. He stated
that he had suffered most intensely from
chronic catarrh of the head and lungs, but
is now almost cured, his lungs being en
tirely well and his head greatly improved.
The gratitude of this gentleman was
almost boundless, ami he expressed it to
the reporter in the strongest terms, say
ing " PER EN A will cure any disease."
I. P. Dukehart, of Cumberland, Md ,
superintendent B. &O.R. R. Co's 1 lotels
(conductor on the Baltimore Ohio Rail
road for twenty-eightyears, and previous
ly a druggist), writes t " DR. S. B. 11 ART
MAN & Co., Columbus, O. I have used
but one bottle of PERENA between myself
and son. lie had diptherctic sore throat,
and is now well. As for mvselt, it has en
tirely relieved the dulhie-s in my head,
which has been of long standing—the re
sult of chronic malaria. I never took
anything in my life that gave inc such
great satisfaction. My wile is now tak
ing it also."
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Heavy Losses by Fire in Boston.
BOSTON, Jan. 18.— The Bay State su
gar retinerv and the Standard dye works
were burned to-night. The loss will he
heavy. The refinery ss fully insured.
—NOT extensive advertising but gen
uine merit has placed McDonald's Im
proved Liver Pills at the head of the
list, the most exacting, scrupulous care
exercised in selection of materials, the
highest attainable chemical skill em
ployed in their manufacture, and sold
011 an honest guarantee. Any dissatis
fied buyer can have their money refund
JOHXSTOX, HOLLO WAY k CO',
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
H ill li*i II .Hnrli c (
Corrected everv Wednesday 00
Wheut, old, .* iW
It nek w heat
Salt,per Brl 1.5W
Cement, per Bushel..., 45 to ,y)
mm, rn n (LI I wad troubled
A W n with chronic catarrh
.>!pl ttatheilnn in my
l,e:l< k Was very
BM Oiy ears, besides be
fS . lon d'le t" breath
ntAnitliroii-li my nose.
W. Before til- second
r HAVFEVEf? y Ely's ('ream
iMiMr rfcffcl c-/| ~! llm waH I>Mlstl . d
KL.. rjM I was cured . and t<>-
£-** / fcaßd.v enjoy Sound
m y t'. d t'orbin,
U.SA. lod with eatarrh : the
use of Fly's ( ream
plete cure.—W F.'Hamman,Drni;i?ist,Katon,Pu.
Give it a trial.
ELY'S CREAM BALM CAUSES NO PAIN.
GIVES BELIEF AT ONCE. A THOROUGH
TREATMENT WILL CURE. NOT A LIQUID.
NOT A SNUFF. APPLY INTO NOSTRILS.
Price 50 cents at druggists: 60 cts. by mail* reg
istered. Sample bottlelby mall 10 cents.
ELY BROTHERS, Diuggists, owego, N. Y
OF EYEUY MZE, PltH'E ami Oeacrlp-
DflD OAT P ! tiou some SPECIAL BAR
lull uaufJ I GAINS always on hand 3-">0 A
cub River Farm, good brick liaise, near eity,
*',,">oo. 3*) Acre Farm. with buildings, near
railroad and liver, $1,200. other bargains at
liialier and lower prices. Catalogue five. New
map of Va. l ie. Stamps taken. 11. L. SIA
PLE-, Richmond, Va. 4!Mt
■§■■■ A LeudiiisLondon Pby
vfl ■ IIICw sieian KMabliNliett nu
Sill llml Office in New York.
H| ■ ■■■m From Am. Journal of Aled.
H ■ "Dr. Ab. Meserolo, who
Sa S3 a specialty ofEpilepty
JO ® JL U' laH without doubt treated
fr'Tt fv".sw Hfe?* Hp > n( l cured more canes than
any other living physician. His buccohs has simply .
been astonishing; we have heard of cases of over 20
years standing cured by him. He guarantees a cure."
I Jirge bottle and Treatise sent free. Give P.O. and
Express address to
Dr. AB. AIIiSKKOLE, No. 96 John St., Now York.
Lucrative, Healthy, Ho ti
ll Hurl IDurable A Permanent business ap
ply to Wilmot Castle & Co., Rochester, N. Y.
Whitmer & Lincoln,
Having leased the GRAIN HOUSE O(
Smith & Co., at Coburn, Pa., for a
number ot years, \v r e are prepared to
Wheat, Rye, Barley, corn,
Coal, Salt & Fertilizers
WIIITMER & LINCOLN.
[ Coburn, Pa., Aug. 1„ 1834.
LEGAL A!) VERTISEMEA'TS.
T">UBLIC SALE.— The undersigned, executor
I of Hie estate of Airs. Kllsenlretli t'orinan,
late of IJaines township, deceased, will sell at
public sale oo the premises, on
S vTt'UDAY, .lanuauy 24T11, 1K85,
at one o'clock, p. m., the following personal
propeltv oilhf decedent, viz.-
Hure.ui, Desk, ( hairs, Bedsteads, Carpels.
Ten plate Stove with pipe, lion Kettle and oth
er household goods too numerous to mention.
A. N, MINIS Lit,
A, Hurler, Auctioneer. Executor,
nISMH.I TION NOT KMC -The (Inn of Peln
Inner A Mi|s,er dissolved this day I'V
mutual consent, th • hauks ami ueeounts will
he set I led up at I he old st.tnd.w here the business
will beeenliuued hy A. ('. Mussel, The linn
takes pleasure t<> return lis thanks to a gener
ous public lor a liberal patronage through many
years ami Mudlx solicits a continuance of the
same under tlie new management.
li. (. DEIMNGKIt,
A.C. Ml SSICK.
Millheiin, .laii.it. \m. 2-Mt
1MT \ lit t!TOILS NOTlCE.—tatters testation -
vj tary on the estate ol ICIi/.tibetli Corman,
late d Haines low us|iip, deceased, having been
granted to tin* undersigned, all persons know
ing themselves Indebted to sa d estate are here
by requested I" maU • Immediate pax incut, and
those having claims to present them duly proven
A, 11. MINGLE.
2 (it Executor.
OUI'l! YNH' CoIMIT IC.—lly vitue of an
order of the Orphaiis'Courlof Centreeouu
ty.the undei'sigueil. executor ol the estate of Ja
col* W .Stover.late of ll.illies tow il hip,deceased,
will sell on the premises, on
funsiuY, .IxNCAUV I'iTll. ISB'|, at lb o'clock, a.
ill , the following described realy estate :
No 1, A true tof timherland ill Haines town
ship, county aforesaid, bounded on lite north by
luudsofilco.lt Mover and others, on the east
by lands of Jolin/.eigler's estate, on the smith
by lands ol Samuel \l Mot/, and Sun Yeariek.
aiid on the wesi by I tut of .Samuel Yea rick.con
taining Sixty Aoiks. more or less.
No 2. A Hast of farm i tnd in llaiues town
ship, county aforesaid, hounded on the north by
lands of John Unman. Beitj. !L Stover John Y.
Stover, and Kin'l. NVeUel. on tne oast hy i.tu Is
of Mrs. I.ydi i Mover, on lho south 1> lanos of
Cornelius Itower and Mich awl Frank ami on the
west li\ lauds of Michael Frank and Daniel
Wolf, containing < ink lliNn.tgn and Firry Two
Aeiji's, more or le-s.
Aba ill fxx Ki.xtf AeuKs are Tunberland. cover
oil with heavy oak, ami situate convenient to
'1 hereon erected at xvo story dwell ing house,
Bank Barn, stable and other outbuildings.
Also a two-story tenant H uis •.
Tkums Of Sale. —Ten per cent, of purchase
money to lie paid on day of sale, one third on
conllriualioii of sale and balaticein two equal
annual payments, with interest to l • secured
by bond and mortgage on the premises.
T. P. SiOVKB,
]7XK( CTOK S No PICK.-letters testamen
ii tar> on the estate of Ell/.a belli Alexaude
late of Millheiin Borough. Cent re to.. l*a . de
ceased, having lie,mi granted to the ui derslgnr
ed. all persons knowing themselves indebted to
said estate are lequested to make Immediate
payments, mid nll ltavi >g el dins ugainst the
same to present them duly proven for settle
c. Alkx xnukr. I Executor*}
48-Gt A. It. AI.KXASDEK, s - wculure *
VPM 1N1 STB ATOHS' NOTlCE.—Letters of
administration on the estate of Isaac
ltehin. late of Haines township, deseased. hav
ing oeeu granted to the undersigned.all persons
knowing tlieinselves indebted to said estate are
hereby requc-ted to make hnuie tiatu paym *ut,
and those having claims against the same to
present then duly proven for settlement.
T.Hit Jeukuiaii WiNKEJ.ni.Ki it,
TUB MOT STOKE
—XJA —SAN —ESS —ZAS —
G. A. BARTER'S
Main St., opposite Bank, Millheini,Pa
9SB3EB 53BHH 3BBSI
Finest Groceries in the
Choice Confectioneries !
rUKSII OYSTERS !
Best Tobacco and Cigars !
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN AT THE
HIGHEST HOME MARKET PRICES !
Call and get Low Prices!
TERMS CASH !
11 (V s B RV or working people. Send lo
■fl !$■ w Sprouts postage, aud we will mail
RH l a H you free, a royal, valuable sum
■ pie Pox of goods that will put
you In the way of making more money in a few
nays than you ever thought possible at any bus
iness. Capiial not required. You can live at
liome ami work in spare time only, or ail the
time. All of both sexes, of nil ages, grandly
successful. 50 cents to *"> easily earned every
evening. That all who want work im.y test the
business, we make this unparraltelod oiler: to
all who are not well satisfied we will send $1 to
nay for the trouble or writin-, us. Full particu
lars, directions etc., sent free. Immense pay
absoliitelysureforallwhostart atonee. Don't de
lay. Address STINSON & Co., Portland, Maine.
jCTj R| I WBB send six cents for
ffa EU ■ m Pa postage, and receive
Is Ble § Sv> ci™ ■ I :l costly box of
a ""goods Which will help
you to more money right away than anything
• Ise in this world. All. of either sex, succeed
from first hour. The broad road to fortune o
pens before the workers, absolutely sure. At
ouce address, "'urn & Co., Augusta, Maine.
DO YOU. KNOW
with Red Tin Tag; Itose lentf Fine Cut Che
w Navy Clipping:*, ami Black, Drown and
Yellow SNUFFS are the best and cheapest,qual
Ui O/ \(\ (U W \ ,n Presents given array. Send
*D-£\ M I.! M H K s 5 cents postage, and by
i; v - n 'r n M mail von will get free a pack
age of goods of large valye, that will start you
in work that will at once bring you in money
faster than anything else in America. A" a
bout the $200,00u in presents with each box. A
gents wanted everywhere, of either sex, of all
tne time, or spare iime only, to work for us at
their own homes. Fortunes for all workers ab
solutely assured. Don't delay. H. HALLETT &
, Co., Portland, Maine.
To Make JUlfe Brighter.
The dyspeptic's lot is not a happy one. Ben
son's Capolne Plasters are the remedy. Price
25 cents. 49-4t
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glti to eorer the whale field of pro
(jrt ss ire jo uraaf ix m. No s u Ujeet is
(oo great for il to discuss intelligent'
lg without bias,and none so iusignif
cant as to escape its notice. It lags
the world tributarg to its wants, and
erergwhere its agents mag be found
alert to gather the particulars of all
passing ercnts and send them bg tele'
graph up to the last moment of going
to press. It is a brief and abstract
chronicle of the time and contains
all that is worth knowing in the his
(org of the world Joe the past twenty
The Weekly Times.
The Largest, the Brightest ana the
A Newspape for Every
"THE WEEKLY TIMES" is
foremost among the largest and best
of the Fa mi! g and General wee Id g
newspajwrs published in the con ntrg,
and is now ofered tit single subsi rUs
ers at One Dollar a gear and an e.r
tra cupg given with ererg club of 20.
It is the most progressive journal of
its class. It aims to be the newsjta
per of the people of the whole conn
teg : to meet ererg intelligent want
in journalism, and to make it so
cheap that all can afford to enjog its
wee fig visits.
"THE ANXA LS OF THE
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guished features of " THE WE ETC
f V TIMES, M and is now intimated
in that feature bg mang of the lead
ing journals and periodicals of the
countrg. The best writers from the
active )>o •ticipants of the great strug
gle on both sides will continue their
contributions to the unwritten historg
of the war in every number,and make
the pajwr sjiecially entertaining and
instructive to the veterans of both the
Illue and the Grag.
Terms of Subscription:
" THE WEEKL Y TIMES" is mailed,
postpaid. for One Dollar a gear. Every
club of 20 will be entitled to an ixtra
Times Building, Phila.
No- 1 Tor family of G $$
No. 2 for largo family 9
No. o for Hold and Laundry, .... 10
Over 20,000 in use,
Thousands of larlios nro Using it. and they speak
of it in the highest terms, saying that they would
rather dispense with any other household article
than this excellent Wusber. No well-rogulatCv.
family will be without it, as it saves the clothes,
eaves lahor, saves time, eaves fuel, r.avctf soap, and
makes washday no longer a dread, but rather a
pleasant recreation, as much as such la possible.
HOIITOX M'PG ( 0.,
Agents Wanted. Ft. Wajne, I ml.
W3 make from tho best material Superior Ar
ticles erUalry Goods, that aro models of strength
cud ciinplicilv. Unquestioned proof given of
their durability. Bdo manufacturers of Curtis'
r.::;;;cve;! i'aelcry Cham, Piascu's Power Butter
Worm r, I. over Worker, Curtis'Square Box Churn
lie; t a in, t;!:;v Cham, Cream Yal, Dog Power, &c.
Ci O:io i'.ia.iiv Chura at whclosnlo wliero wo
Itnvo no rffent." All goods warranted exactly aa
; TV/0 GO 1.1), FOB BTEKN KILVEU
AND KEGIii'BBQ.NZU MEDALS awarded for su
CORNISH, CURTIS & GREENE, FoH Atkmson, Wis.
ALL IS OVER!
■ 1 1 * 1
Tlio campaign and election with Us excitement and worries is past and It Is time for a needy pnb
le to think of a place where they can buy their supplies to the best advantage. Read the follow
lug and decide for yourself:
D.S.KAUFFMAN & CO.,AX MILLHEIM
Fine Dress Cashmeres from 20 cts. to SI.OO.
" Cassimeres " 15 cts. to $2.00
Muslin 4 to 10 cts. Prints at any price.
a complete assortment'at very reasonable prices.
LADIES'DRESS SILKS A SPECIALTY
Ladies* Skirts, a large variety, font 60 cents to $3.00.
(tray and White Blankets f rom $1.50 to $5.00.
LADIES' COATS, DOLMANS & WRAPS
OF ALL KINDB FROM $3.00 TO $20.00.
LA It IBS' HOOHS from 25 cents to's2.oo. OLO VES, all styles.
LA DIES' HBOC HE Y SHA WLSof all kinds.
LADIES' CASHMEItE SHA WLS of all descriptions,single and double.
Finest BUFFALO ROBES in market.
Full line of ROCKY MOUNTAIN GO A T ROBES.
All kinds of Yarns and Wool.
M&mRF &&MPS & GEMATDEMEBB
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Best Stock of QUEENSWARE in the county.
BOOTS & SHOES, gum and leather, all prices.
Gents' OVERCOATS and Ready-made CLOTHING
Hats and Caps.
This stock Is entirely t frcsh and contains the latest styles. A
New stock of Brussels, Rag and Stair Carpets.
We always carry a full line of
Prescriptions filled by experienced Salesmen.
OUR GROCERY DEPARTMENT
is chuck full and uuparalclled for'frcahncss' nd cheapness. Just received a lot of the
BESTX. 0, BAKING MOLASSES
There are hundreds oCartlcles which space does not permit as to mention—but we guarantee
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Wedding Gifts and Holiday
to suit all tastes and'purses.
Now we extend a cordial invitation to all to come and derive the beneftts of the bargains at our
store on Main Street.
D. S. Kauffman & Co.
TEEBi&SISf & THB TESTS'
EVER BEOTTQ-HT TO
NOW ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALE AT ,
No. 224 Market St.,
Fall and Winter Millinery of
Ladies' and Children's Ready-made
New Market and Russian Circulars
TIN" EVERY STYLE,
and for all Novelties for ladies and Childrens'
Wear patrons will find just what they want], at
AT BOTTOM PRICE'S.
f All Tl miMI Pwai AP Solid. Steel. Small Barbs, JTr> Wire.
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Effective, Safo r.rd Strong. Handsome, Lasting and Cheap.
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\7nU for Eaxnplo and Circular. The Buck-Thorp Fence Co., Trcnbn, 111.