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:mpo! iuii , Pa., Aug. 2, lh»R.
NBMQPHILA. |> I."iac\t, «1 25
Graham " 65
Rye - 65
Buckwheat, " 65
Patent Meal '* 40
Coarse .Meal, per too 90
Chop Keed " 90
Bran, " !| 0
Corn, per bushel f>o
White Onts, per bushel *0
Choice Clover Seed, 1
Choice Timothy Seed, At Market Prices.
Choice Millet heed.
Fancy Kentucky Blue Grass, !
* .!> V XIL, V>Si S* A UT:»I EST.
Contribution invited. That which you voutrt
like tn see ii i I'lis department, let us know by pot-
I t card, or lel'er, •.■ernonnllv.
Miss Rose Hair returned from Olean
Mrs James Baily is dangerously ill
at her home on Sixth street.
N. P. Warner made a business trip
to St. Marys, Monday.
H. D. Burlingame, of Williamsport,
was in Emporium on Friday.
Hiram H. Moat, of Driftwood, had
business at Emporium on Monday.
J. M. Parshall, a commission broker
of Tidioute, was in town Tuesday.
Win. Lyons left for Rid g way, Tues
day, where he has accepted a position.
George H.Crawford, of Sizerville, at
tended the state board meeting, Tues
Josiah Howard, of Emporium, was a
Ridgway visitor Tuesday.—Elk Demo
John A. Leo, of St. Marys, was
registered at the Warner House, Sat
J. H. Drum, of Sinnemahoning, at
tended the agricultural convention on
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. A. Walker left
last Friday, for a visit with relatives at
Bulfalo and Ithica.
Frank Cormya, of Kane, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with his daughter
Mable at this place.
E A. Monagan one of Lock Haven's
prominent lumbermen was in town,
Friday, on business.
Mrs. Ed. Cook and daughter Kate of
Olean, are the guests of Mrs McDer
mott on Fourth street.
Jos. Butler, of Olean, is in town call
ed here by the serious illness of his
sister, Mrs James Bailey.
Privates Renahan and Seherer, of
Co. C. 12th Pa. Vols., were Empo
rium visitors on Saturday.
Misses May and Jennie Gould return
ed Tuesday from visiting friends at
Ithica, and Cortland. N. Y.
C. L. Peck one of Coudersport's well
known attorneys, is in attendance at
the Agricultural Convention.
Roy Kelley, a member of the 10th
Regiment Ohio Volunteers, is spending
a few days with friends in town.
Walter Yothers, book-keeper at the
Crescent Tannery, Driftwood, trans
acted business here on Saturday.
H. C. Crawford, the veteran lumber
man of Sizerville, made a flying busi
ness trip to Emporium, Monday.
Editor Joe Johnson and Prof. B. G.
Woodward, of Driftwood, were visitors
at the county seat on Saturday
T. J. Riley, proprietor of the Com
mercial Hotel at Driftwood, was greet
ing his many friends in town on Mon
F. E. Richardson, of Driftwood, one
of the passenger engineers on the A.
V. Ry., was an Emporium visitor, Sat
State Ornithologist 11. F. Fernald of
Harrisburg, is attending the autumn
meeting of the State Board of Agricul
State Commissioner of Forestry, J.
T. Rothrock, of West Chester, is one
of the distinguished agriculturists
present at to-day's session of the Con
Mrs. Geo. F. Eckstein paid the PRESS
ollice a pleasant call on Monday and
carried away with her a receipt for two
E. M. Parrott, Receiver for the de
funct Cameron Iron & Coal Co., was
in town last week looking over the
Harry M. Moore, who is in the em
ploy of the Emporium Lumber Co., at
Keating Summit, was in town between
trains, on Monday.
Sebastian Hauber and wife of Empo
rium, spent Sunday in town the guest#
of Mr. Hauber's parents oil Centre
street. —St. Mary's Gazette.
Mr. Will B. Powell of Shadeland,
Pa., who owns and manages the largest
stock farm in western Penna., is pre
sent at the agricultural meeting.
John J. Soble arrived home from
Elmira, Tuesday evening, and is
busily engaged in unpacking his new
line of fall and winter clothing.
Miss Minnie May, daughter of our
old friend Michael May, who resides
on Tannery Row, we arc pleased to
learn is recovering from a long illness.
Mr. F. E. Field of Wellsboro, mem
ber of the State Board of agriculture
from Tioga county, was a pleasant
caller at the PRESS sanctum, Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gantz, of Elmira,
N. Y., who have been visiting the
former's parents on Fifth street, re
turned to their home, Monday, accom
panied by Miss Alma Gantz.
The home of Wm. Knickerbocker,
Jr., of Cherry street, was made su
premely happy last Thursday by the
advent of a little Miss, who expects to
make it her permanent home.
Mr. N. R. Covel and wife of Sizer
ville, departed on No. 4., Tuesday
evening, for Kennett Square, Pa., to
attend the Bucktail Reunion held there
on the 13th. and 14th. inst.
John Dysart who is employed on a
log train on the Grove Run R. R. had
his right foot badly pinched on Tues
day and came to Emporium on No. 15
that evening to receive medical atten
Miss Katie McDonald ha.s attended
the public schools of this place for the
past live years without being absent
or tardy once, a record worthy of
emulation by the student body in
Street Oommissinoer P. R. Beattie is
lying dangerously ill at his Sixth street
Miss Genevieve Frank, of Sterling
Run, and Miss Celia Munsell, of this
place, favored the PRESS with a call
Mr. and Mrs. M. 11. Walker, of Bath,
N. Y., have been guests ofEmporium
< relatives for the past ten days. Mrs.
Walker is a sister of Mrs. C. 11. Jessop.
Mr. (ieo. R. Vosburg, of Dußois, the
| head manager of John E. Dußois'
lumbering interests, was a guest at
! the Warner House, Wednesday even
Father Lavery, of Kane; Father Mc-
Givney, of Dußois, and Father Dow
ney, of Emporium, assisted Father
O'Hern in the Forty Hour Devotion
services held in the Catholic church
here this week. —Driftwood Gazzette.
Mrs. M. E. Carson and daughter
| Katie McDonald, who have been resi
| dents of the West Ward for the past
five years, left for Cleveland, Ohio., on
I Monday, where they will reside in the
I future. *
Mrs. E. L. Pollard and son, accom
panied by Miss Alice Kempher, are
! making an extended visit with friends
;at Fredricksburg, Va. Before return
! ing home they will visit at Washington,
i Baltimore, and Philadelphia.
Invitations are out announcing the
! wedding of Miss Mary Ardelle Phoenix
; of Cameron, to Mr. Richard Skyles
j Oyler of Westport, Pa., to take place
I at the M. E. Church of Emporium at
| high noon, Wednesday Oct. 19tli.
J. F. Parsons has 011 exhibition at his
j store, an immense pumpkin, perfectly
I shaped and covered with a rind very
i much resembling that of a musk melon.
' It weighs over seventy live pounds and
is the product of C. A. Van Lew's
j George L. Hutchinson, secretary to
the Department of Agriculture is at
tending the annual meeting of the
board at this place. Geo. is well and
popularly known throughout the State
as the original "Farmer's Friend."
We are pleased to meet him.
Mr. Carl Frank, ofEmporia, Fla., son
of our former townsman J. W. Frank
is visiting friends in town this week
Carl is one of Florida's volunteers and
as his regiment is stationed at Camp
Meade he took advantage of the proxi
mity of the Camp to the place of his
birth, to pay his many Emporium
friends a visit.
The following party left for Pitts
burg, an the Flyer Monday morning,
to attend the Knight's Templar Con
clave which is being held in that city
this week. E. C Davison, wife, and
daughter Mary, Misses Jettie and
Sadie Wiley, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Logan,
and daughter Maine, Dr. and Mrs. A.
I W. Baker, Wm. Howard and wife,
G. S. Allen and wife, I). W. Felt and
' wife, I. K. Hockley and wife, F. Julian
and wife, Geo. J. La. Bar, Mrs. N.
| Seger, Mrs. M. O'Byrne and daughter
I Bertie, Joseph Kaye and wife, Messrs
j U. A. Palmer, John D. Bell, Will Kaye
! and A. Hockley.
A thorough-bred English Setter dog,
j 20 months old, all ready for business.
I Enquire of
| New neckwear at John J. Soble's.
The Sure Ln Grippe Cure,
i There is no use suffering from this
dreadful maladay, if you will only get
the right remedy. You are having pain
all through your body, your liver is out
| of order, have no appetite, no life or
ambition, have a bad cold, in fact are
completely used up. Electric Bitters
j is the only remedy that will give you
i prompt and sure relief. They act di
' rectly on your Liver, Stomach and Kid
neys, tone up the whole system and
make you feel like a new being. They
are guaranteed to cure or price refund
ed. For sale at L. Taggart's Drug
i Store only 50 cents per bottle.
Hon. and Mrs H. W. Williams, of
Wellsboro, and Hon. and Mrs. A. G.
; Olmsted, of Coudersport, were in town
jon Friday last. This is the first visit
1 Judge Williams has made to Smeth
port in fifteen years—orsincehe retired
| from the bench in this district Of
course he noted many changes in this
| borough during those years—McKean
A Narrow Escape.
Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada
j E. Hart of Groten, S. D. "Was taken
with a bad cold which settled on my
lungs; cough set in and finally termi
nated in Consumption. Four Doctors
, gave me up, saying I could live but a
I short time. I gave myself up to my
1 Savior, determined if I could not stay
i with my friends on earth, I would
meet my absent ones above. My hus
band was advised to get Dr. King's
i New Discovery for Consumption,
i Coughs and Colds. I gave it a trial,
took in all eight bottles. It has cured
me, and thank God lam saved and now
i a well and healthy woman." Trial
bottles free at L. Taggarts Drug Store,
i Regular size 50c and $1 OO.Guaranteed
| or price refunded.
If rumor be true, a railroad will be
i built up Ketttle Creek in the near fu
ture. The road will extend from West
, port to Cross Forks, a distance of about
twenty miles. It will connect with the
road owned by Goodyear Bros. The
cost, is said, it will amount to about
SB,OOO a mile. The road is to be built
on the west side of Kettle Creek from
Renovo to the iron bridge, a distance
of seven miles, thence across the stream
to trout run, a distance of six miles.
The largest stockyards in the world
; are in Chicago. The combined plant
represents an investment of over $lO,-
000,000 The yard contains twenty
miles of streets, twenty miles of water
troughs, fifty miles of feeding troughs
and seventy-five miles of water and
j drainage troughs. The yards are cap-
I able of receiving and accommodating
daily 20,000 sheep and 120,000 hogs.
Clarion county is entirely out of
debt It has excellent county build
ings, and no bonded debt of any kind.
Our stock of furnishing goods is
complete. JOHN J. SOBLE.
■MINI l »■ n X 2 II nun— L
JOHNSON—ERICKKON.—OiI Monday, Oct. 10,
IX9B, at the office of M. M. Larrabee, Justice of
I the Peace, Emporium, Pa., MK. RUDOLPH
JOHNSON and Miss ANNA EKICKSON, both of
Jersey Shore, Pa.
CAMERON COUNTY PRESS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1898.
Following is the program of the
Teachers' Institute to be held at Drift
wood, commencing Monday, Oct. 17,
MONDAY, OCT. 17.
10:00 A. M.
1:80 P. M.
Institute called to order.
.Methods of Studying the Mind,
Or. M. Q. Benedict
The Adoption of the 11. S. Constitution,
Dr. Lincoln Hulley
8:00 P. M.
Solo, ... - Miss Frank Huntley
Heading, ... Miss (Catherine Sweet
Lecture—' Riley, the Poet," -
- * - - - Dr. Lincoln Hulley
TUESDAY, OCT. 18.
9:00 A. M.
Instruction in Music, -----
Prof. R. J). Owen
"How to I'se, How to Abuse the Memory,"
Dr. M. O. Benedict
"Oratory," ... Miss Katherine Sweet
"The Essential Things in the History of the
United States," - - Dr. Lincoln Hulley
1:30 P. M.
"How to Use, How to Abufc the Memory,"
(Continued.) ... Dr. M. Q. Bendict
Child Study, - Prof. H. F. Stauffer
Reading, ... Miss Katherine Sweet
"History in its Relation to Geography,"
Dr. Lincoln Hulley
8:00 P. M.
Lecture—"The Harp of the Senses: or the Secret
of Character Building," Prof. John B. DeMotte
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19.
9:00 A. M.
Instruction in Music, - Prof. R. D. Owen
"How to Study History," Dr. Lincoln Hulley.
"The Need of Physical Culture,"
- - - - Miss Katherine Sweet
Spelling; its Place in the Public Schools, -
Dr. M. G. Benedict
1:30 P. M.
"How to Teach History in the Various
Grades," ... Dr. Lincoln Hulley
Reading, ... Miss Katherine Sweet
The Compulsory School Attendance Law,
Prof. H. P. Stauffer
An Address to Directors, -
Dr. M. G. Benedict
Solo. - - - - Miss Frank Huntley
8:00 P. M.
SLAYTON JUBILEE SINGERS.
THURSDAY, OCT. 20.
9:00 A. M.
Instruction in Music, - Prof. R. I>. Owen
"Man is Hidden in the Heart, and Not in
the Head," - Dr. M. G. Benedict
Phisical Culture, - Miss Katherine Sweet
Literature - Prof. S. D. Fess
1:30 P. M.
"Man is Hidden in the Heart and not in the
Head." (Continued.) - Dr. M. G. Benedict
Reading, - - - Miss Katherine Sweet
Literature, ... - Prof. S. D. Fess
8:00 P. M.
Lecture— 4 'Dixie Before the War, or the South
as She Was," - - Dr. A. W. Lamar
FRIDAY, OCT. 21.
9:00 A. M.
Instruction in Music, - - - Prof. R. D. Owen
"Man is Hidden in the Heart and Not in the
Head," (Continued.) - Dr. M. O. Benedict
Literature, .... Prof. S. 1). Fess
Reports of Committees.
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; Clothing. |
/ IF you need a fall suit or /
overcoat, you certainly /
want your money to
as far as possible and
x want the very best for /
/ the money. /
/ I have just returned from /
/ Rochester where I have /
W purchased a line of /
< ; goods such as has never y
been equaled in Cam
/ eron county. Do not /
/ fail to look over our *
/ elegant line before you '
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I $9 Overcoats.
\ Our all-wool overcoats ✓
\ are beauties. %
| $8 and $9 Suits. |j
All-wool men's suits and '<
% $5 and $6 suits for men ft
% nearly all-wool. %
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Opposite Post-olllce, Emporium, Pa, 112
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Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
The beat Salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price 25
cents a box. For sale by L. Taggart.
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PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
In effect May 29, 1898.
TRAINS LEAVE EMPORIUM EASTWARD
8 20 A. M.—Train 8 week days for Sunbury
Wilkesbarre, Scranton, Hazieton, Pottsville
Harrisburg and intermediate stations, arriving
at Philadelphia 6.23 P. M., New York 9.30 P. M.,
Baltimore 6.00 P. M., Washington 7.15 P. M.
Pullman Parlor car from Williamsport to
Philadelphia and passengercoaches from Kane
to Philadelphia and Williamsport to Balti
more and Washington.
320 P. M.—Train 6 week days for Harris
burg and intermediate stations, arriving
at Philadelphia, 4.30 A. M., New Y0rk7.33 A.M.
Pullman sleeping cars from Harrisburg to Phil
adelphia and New York. Philadelphia pas.
sengerscan remaininsleeper undisturbed un.
til 7:30 A. M.
9 37 P. M. Train 4 Daily for Sunbury, Harris
burg and intermediate stations arriving at
Philadelphia 6.52 A. M., New York 9.33 A. M.,
weekdays, (10.38 A. M. Sunday;) Baltimore 6.25
A. M.. Washington 7.40 A. M. Pullman sleep
ing cars from Erie and Williamsport to Phila
delphia and Williamsport to Washington.
Passengers in sleeper for Baltimore and Wash
ington will be transferred into Washington
sleeper at Williamsport. Passenger cars from
Erie to Philadelphia and Williamsport to
5:10 A. M.—Emporium Junction —Train 9 week
days for Erie, Ridgway, Dußois, Clermont and
10 30 A. M. Train 3 Daily for Erie and
week days for Dußois and intermediate
6 28 P. M. Train 15, week days for Kane
and intermediate stations.
THROUGH TRAINS FOR EMPORIUM FROM
THE EAST AND SOUTH.
Train 9 leaves New York 5:50 p. m., Philadelphia
8:50 p. m., Washington 7:20 p.m., Baltimore
8:40 p. m., arriving at Emporium Junction 5:10
а. m., week days, with Pullman Sleepers and
passenger coaches, from Philadelphia to Erie
and from Washington and Baltimore to Will
Train 3 leaves New York 7.40 p.m., Philadel
phia 11.20 p. m., Washington 10.40 p. m, Balti
more 11.50 p. m., daily, arriving at Emporium
10.30 a. ill., with Pullman Palace Sleeping
Cars from Philadelphia to Williamsport, and
passenger coaches from Philadelphia to Krie
and Baltimore to Williamspcrt— on Sundays
only Pullman Sleepers from Philadelphia to
IV.:in 15 leaves Philadelphia 8.30 a. in., Washing
ton 7.50 a.m., Baltimoreß.so a.m., Wilkes'oarre
10:15 A.M., weekdays, arriving at Emporium
б.28 P. M., with Parlor car from Philadelphia
to Williamsport.and passenger coaches from
Philadelphia to Kane.
TDIDGWAY & CLEARFIELD RAILROAD and
SOUTHWARD. stations. NORTHWARD
A. M.I A. M. P. M. P. M.
8 55 j....' 1 00 .... Renovo .... 5 00 11 05
947 ....' 4 41 . Driftwood... 403 10 12
10 251 • 5 10 Emporium June 3 25 940
11081 ;5 52 ... St. Marys... 240 901
11 151 Kane 12 20 905
11 34 .. ..Wilcox 11 58 8 42
11 49 ..Johusonburg.. 11 43 8 26
I 1....J I I
12 10; 620 ...Ridgway,.... 850 805
12 17 6 27 . Island Run... 8 43 7 55
12 22 i 632 Carman Tr'nfer 8 38| 749
1231! 641 .. Croyland.... 8 29| 7 40
12 35 1 645 ..Shorts Mills.. 826 7 36
12 391 I 648 ...Blue Rock... 822 733
12 43' j 6 53 Carrier 8 17 7 28
12 53 702 .Brockwayville. 808 7 18
12 571 i706 . ..Lanes Mills.. 802 j7 13
I 711 .McMinns Sm't. 7 58j
10~ 714 Harveysßun.. 754 17 04
1 15 7 20 ..FallsCreek... 7 50 | 7 00
1 40 I 7 35 .... Dußois 7 40! i 6 40
1 201 7 25..Fa11s Creek... I 7 00 6 55
1 35 7 In Reynoldsvillc. ■ I 6 45 6 40
2 lti 8 16 .. .Brookville... I 6 09 I 6 04
3 05j 9 10 New Bethlehem J 5 20 5 10
350 9 5.5.. Red Bank.... I i4 25
6 30 12 40 ....Pittsburg... I I 1 40
P. M 'P.M. |A. M.| P.M.
J. B. HUTCHINSON, J. R. WOOD,
General Manager. Oen'l Passenger Agt.
Port Allegany, Coudersport, Smethport, Eldred,
Bradford, Oleanand Buffalo, connecting at Buf
falo for points East and West.
Buffalo Express, daily except Sunday 8.30 A. M.
Mail, (103> daily except Sunday 1.45 P. M.
Train No. 103 (mail) will connect at Olean with
River Division for Allegany.Bradford, Salamanca
Warren, Oil City and Pittsburg.
Call on E. C. DAVISON, Agent, Emporium, for
time tables or other information
R. BELL, Gen'l Supt.
J. A. FELLOWS, Gen'l Pass'ngr & Ticket Agt.
Mooney Brisbane Building, Cor. Main and
Clinton Streets, Buffalo, N. Y.
BUFFALO, ROCHESTER & PITTSBURGH
TIIE SHORT LINE BETWEEN BUFFALO, ROCHESTEB,
SALAMANCA. RIDGWAY, DUBOIS, PUNXSUTAW
NEY, AND ALL POINTS IN THE NORTH,
BAST AND WEST.
On and after July 3,1898, passenger trains will
depart from Jobnsonburg daily, except Sunday,
8:52 a. m., from P. & E. station for Ridgway,
Brockwayville, Dußois, Punxsutawney and
11:52 a. ni.. from P. E. station, mail for Mt.
Jewett, Bradford and Rochester.
2:35 p. in., from P. .t E. station, mail for Ridg
way, Brockwayville, Dußois, Punxsutawney,
2:28 p.m. from B. R. &P. station, Buffalo Ex
press for Bradford, Salamanca, Springville and
Thousand mile tickets good for passage be
weenall stations at two cents per mile.
EDWARD C. LAPEY, Gen. Pass. Agt.
Wti "-W ■■
MAN has or ought to have an eye
:• on his attire. Fine Clothing is the uni
. N form of success and prosperity. Every
in an seeks to look his best. He must have a good
tailor to help him do it. We claim first place in
that line and having opened our
Elegant Line of Summer
We are now ready to serve our customers with
the latest in models of clothes,
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Part of our Fall Goods are here and more are on the o
way. Come and see is the cordial invitation we extend to all.
The goods are new and the prices are right. W
ft A large assortment of
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4- Men's, Women'* Table Cloths, *
J ' and Cinldrens' .■ni V. ' Sheetings, Jvi,
W Underwear, dHEa • Hlankets and ■>
Tf Art Linens, "V«rwT, : /"-gHHBSS' vi ~ ; *l' "-V-T" lied Comfortables, tj
♦ Traced C..'>. : ' ' .-V-j'* Corsets, jfc
Centre Pieces, W iKwIMMijEH.' 'U• A Corset Covers, ,M.
& Cush en Covers, ( y i j -Vj Ladies and
Heminway's } :•] ' it Childrens* (J
« Embroidery, > /v/KflfimßAV ! Muslin and v
Silks, Towels, i. , 1~-J& j<raP|KPS |fiMrS| i • Flannelette r.
><K Towelings and r ; }' I£wUW'^wlraPl1 £ wUW'^wl ra Pl 'H Underwear
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it jI III W. HIE mp 11' in i
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Btf. 300 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
ASK FOR THE &96KLET ON TIGHT 'AND
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5 EMPORIUM J
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IN S. D. McDONALD, Prop. |
Nj Near P. & E. Depot, Emporium, Pa. J
jjj BOTTLER AND SHIPPER OF i
tj Best brands of r|
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N in choice Wines and pure Liquors
|J Having assumed tho manage- 0
ment oi' this popular bottling B
>2 establishment I desire to assure H
«J the public that no pains will be N
£j spared to keep only the best
goods and fill all the wants of \
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N served daily if desired.
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