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siroT P.Ti k REPUBLICAN
WK!HiS0AY.Ji!l'. 9. 18B5.
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la advance; $2.00 If not paid in adTanee.
Transient advertisements Inserted at 60
cnt per tech fcT each insertion.
transient trasicess notice In local eol
amn, 10 cents per line for each Insertion.
lAxluctioni will be made to those deelrin
to advertise by the year, half or quart-r
January 22. At 10 A. Jacob Zendt
will tell cow and young catilo at bis barn
about mile north-west of Van Vert in
The thpiinonietfcr took a drop to 8
d. grees below zero.
Nawprvrt people are talking kbout
starting a shirt factory.
Sheriff Calhoun w da y installed
as Sheriff on .Wondaj.
Sieigbiiig patties have been nam
erous rritLing tlie past week.
CloTii Todtl spoilt dome days at
home in Patterson last week.
Rea-.i Special Excursion to Wash-inr-.t-a,
D. C, in another column.
Tije best of ica lias beuii cut, bail
ed uml boused from Cuba Mills dam.
Carlisle people expect to bave an
ice Mlaut in operation bv March 15,
Jiiui.,8 15. Adams Las goce to New
ton Hamilton, to work at the priming
Ska;iij ou the river Las b9en a
favorit'j sport tho past moonlight
lilUborato ceremonies are boiDg ar
rr'ijeil for Governor Hunting's in
auguration. Siiiy pe"sons have bsen added to
tLe Iriholist church a; Atkinson's
Mills, .Mihlin county by a revival
I)-1 you Luvo bfauacbo, il:zzineB,
il-.r.vslnei", loss of appetite and otb
1 r .uptowns of biliousness? Hood's
S.ir--ip;.rii!a will cure you.
V. H. Spoofiler hits fitted the Per
ry '.'-anly Fretmau, which he re
cently pnrcbiBbd from Judge Baker
vrn: a iian.lsome new suit of type.
J ud je Svl'er of Ctmberland Co ,
I.as made the Sheriffs allowance 9
c".h a day for boardinp tramps in
itv 'Jumberland county jail, instead
r.f " ur eeutp, as heretofore.
The cfiWra of the Board of Trad
are :n cvrrnmniC!ition with a firm
Cleveland, Ohirt, who desire a
pl:i-e to locstn a factory for the man
ufactory of of knitting machinery.
J.hn Glare, aged about 70 years
dir ,T-VHar?d from his home in Dela
war& township. Junia'a county on
t"e pvcnintf of December 21, 1S94,
between f'ti9 hours of 4 and 5 o'clock
t'.'l since then boa not been Been or
'According1 to a law of Pennsyl
vania, paused June 8, 1881, it is an
offense prjnibOLib!e by fino and im-pristiui-nr,
not exceeding $25 or ex
cseding "O .5av, to poat billn on the
lmildinss or fences of a farm with-
'J e owner's consent.."
Mi.-s Tenr-ie Taylor of Martins
buris f'- sir county, is the first mis-si--iia'-v
tn o to a foreign land as a
d-nt;.: She has been in Afrieaover I
a ye-r d does not expect to return j
f r t xn - eaiv. She is a graduate or
D-t'riiisin cVTofB. "Volunteer.
! im thr H'l!idiybupar RpfrstsT
of the 2n 1 insr , V8: Jim"-9 Math
er" v ho ik well and f arorahly known
in H'!liday'onrr. is cow located in
Cl'-v laud, O He is Assistant solici
tr of the Cleveland, Akron and
Cilumhus railway with headquarters
Abouf 20 members of the O. A R.
.vere present under Captain McClel-!)-
r.f this place at the funeral of
M-ij.ir Setb Mevers at Thompson-t-.
n, on the 2nd inst., and perform
fid the military rito at. the grave of
their rle.'.d comrade. A volley was
fired to tho east; a volley waa fired
ii:to the grave, and a volley was fired
to tb west.
Wht.t mnv rsult from the ttasing
r.f , ' il l s found in the following.
A 1 -i-.'bbor' child went to the home
r.f John. G'.atfeter, roar Snydertown,
Y'-rk ciyntv, and toil a little three- 1
1 f ir old brother home with her,
wherf upon he picked up a pair of
ce's:r,:r8 and threw them at her. They
missfid her, but struck the baby on
ihe head, causing almost instant
The Blisomtield Times says: Our
frif .ids who are running the biw mill
at Laurel Run sbould remember thttt
tUfeie . a l.i w on the statue boots
ncr"inst cr-rrying on business on the
.S.bbnM! c.v. A .young man who
came ovKr the uijun'ains on Sunday
a wet-k aivg that f-rmt nieu we.re out
t.iuf down trees, some pawing lumber
tor their shantie s while others were
Mm. T. J. Middah and daughter
Bef, were fleighing east of town a
fovy days ago,?whea a lunner of the
'f-;gh drooped into a wagon rut with
each suddenness and force that the
sleigh upset. .Wrs. .Viddah is a fine
horse-woman and held on to the lines
an-i wm dragged rjuito a distance be
fore the liOrse stopped. She and
her daughter were about to get into
t"-.i: sleigh, when noticing how her
coat v. ., covered with snow, she
bn io 1 the'llnes to .Vies Bess till
ahs 1 o iM brush off the snow. The
horsf ttiought things were all right
fur hK-.tber trot, started; and Bass
u;-t Laving fully recovered from the
u; set, let go her hold of the lines,
and :twav wont the trotter to town io
a h"t i v, r.nd everything went all right
w:i,i !.,.re and sleigh till Patterson
wa reached and there a wagon was
out in t!ie way s far that the sleigh
did not .juite clear tho vehicle. The
hoi : ) t. almost at bis homo. A
'v. .... rods of the home stretch
o;i. : i::ivj land-d both sleigh and
b: :..-t ut the stable all right, but the
contact ivith the wagon broke the
Fleigh ioto pieces and ripped the
harness Sadly. Some one comirs; to
t '.vi in a sleigh brought Mrs. .Vid-:t-'
and her daughter. They were
Shuriff Ca houn M installed as
Sheriff on Monday. -
The intensely cold weather was
broken by the "thunder shower on
' Showers & Scholl shipped two
sleighs to Virginia last week; one to
Beverly. The other to Elkine.
Mrs. John Horning and grand
daughter, Mary, visited friends in
Harrisburg a few days last week.
. Tramp General Coxey will move
to Philadelphia. It is not a good
city for a tramp General to locate in.
Henry Groninger was installed
elder in the Presbyterian church on
Sabbath. This is the third term for
rSonae inquisitive man wants to
know who ate the crow- when the
President and Senator Hill dined to
There was a rattle and ban tr of
thunder all along the highland or
mountain regions of Pennsylvania
last Sunday morning.
Anson Will was qualified as Regis
ter &. Recorder on Moridav and re
ceived the congratulations of many
friends who called him.
The thermometer went, down low
last week, bnt not quite low enough
t kill the peach. Twelve degrees
below zero means death to the peach
Free government is based on op
portunity and not compulsion, and
that is thereason that compulsory ed
ucation does not fit to a free form of
E. S. Doty, Esq., and a daughter
of Hon. John Cessna, deceased, of
Bedford, Pa , were married on the
3rd of January, 1895, at the Lome of
the bride in Belford.
Letters uncalled for in tho Mifrtin
town post office for the week ending
Januiry 5, 18;5: Mr. Isaac Harrison
Wainwright, Miss Ida More Mr.
Henry Ormer, Geo. Varner.
The torture of dyspepsia and sick
headache, the agonizing itching and
pain of salt rheru, are removed by
Hooil's Sart eparilla.
Candidates are in the field for the
February election. Vote only for
good men. The township elections
affect the finances more than all the
otht-i elections put together.
The skating on the river was fine
on Saturday and Saturday sight. A
number of Port Kovtd people and
people from other places were here
enjoying the sport on Saturday even
ing. The Bioomfield Advocate of the
2nd iust., shj-s." For the first time
within the memory of any court of
ficer, the Sheriff of Perry county has
no real estate to advertise at this,
the regular time.
A snow slide from the mountain
some 8 inches wevt of Lick Haven,
Pa., covered a fryicrbt traiu last Sat
urday morning. T .vo hundred men
were employed shoveling the train
out of the snow and cleaning the
track a distauce of 5 miles.
Scrofula, hur.iors an 1 all diseases
caused or promoted by impure blood
or low state of the system, are cured
by Hood's Sarsap.irilla.
J. C. D ty, Esq , died at his home
near Pittsburg after an illness of a
week, with pneumonia on the night
of the 4t.h inst, aged 50 years In
terment at. Pittsburg on Mondav,
January 7, 1895. Mr. Doty was the
eldest son of Edmund S Doty, Esq ,
deceased, of this town.
Sngir will not intoxicate. But
change it into alcohol. Then take
care. A Bradford county man sold
a barrel of cider, the sugar or sweet
of which had changed into alcohol.
It was bard cider when he sold it.
Some men get drank on it, and be is
now in court defending himself from
the charge of selling intoxicating
liquors without license.
During the hot weather impurities
in the blood may seriout-ly anuoyyou.
Expel them by taking Hood's Sarsa
parillo, the great blood purifier.
Everyone 'was awakened on Sun
day morning about 5 o'clock by ruuh
insr toboggan sounds that soon de
veloped into deep toned thunder, that
rolled and mumbled and rumbled
away till they seemed to die out on
the far distant shores of eternity.
It wa3 a queer awakening ou a mid
winter morning. The thunder was
followed br a rain that continued
slowly all Sunday.
Will Waterhouae arrived in Jef
fersou with a drove of 309 turkeys
purchased in the vicinity of Lines,
ville, and drove them over in two
days. The driving of turkeys is an
easy matter, but when bedtime
comes that is the end of the drive as
far as the turkeys are concerned.
One evening as the flock eame to two
big maple trees at the aide of the
road the leader turned his head to
one side and looked up itito the tree.
The next thing he did was to fly up,
followed by the entire drove. Jef
ferson, (Pa.) Sentinel.
What do you take medicine for
Because you are sick and want to get
well of course. Then remember
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
The directors are required to ap
point neceseary truant officers to ap
prehend all children of the proper
age, who habitually frequent or loit
er about public or other places, and
have them sent to school. These of
ficers shall receive such compensa
tion as the directors or controllers
shall provide, the money to be paid
out of the school fuDd of the proper
district. Provision is also made for
the payment of fines for violation of
the proposed act into the proper
school treasuries- Tho bill author
izes the Superintendent of Public
Instruction to appoint a competent
person, at a salary of $1,800 a year,
whose duty it shall be to ascertain to
what extent the law is complied with
in the cities and school districts of
the State. The Superintendent of
Public Instruction is authojizad to
withhold one-half of all public school
moneys from any city or district
which in his judgment wilfully omits
and refuses to enforce the provisions
of the proposed act, to ba paid over
to it only when he is convinced that
it is complying with them. The act
is to go into affect, July 1, 1895.
Ex Sheriff Laon and if
moved to the Luck house - on Jsfsin
street, where tbey will keep house
till April when they will move to
their own house at East Point.
be held at Decatur, 111., in June.
1895, promises to be the grandest
meeting ever held. The city ia the
principal railroad centre of the State,
and has a population of 24,000 peo
pie. The place selected is in a beau
tiful grove of forest trees, contain-
"HS Tbo tobeacle will be
120x170 feet, the largest for any
previous meetings nnrl vili k
ed. The dininc hall
lunch room 81x180. All the build
ings are furnished free by the citi-
sens oi j-ecatur.
fedea Death atlfewtea Barn
Joseph M. Beck and wife of Lilley
ville, left their home Monday, Dec
ember 24, to spend Christmas in
Newton Hamilton at the home of
their daughter who is married to D.
S. Norton of that place, and Mrs.
Beck retired Christmas night at 11
o'clock in her usual health with her
husband, but at 3 o'clock he awoke
to find her dead beside him. She
had been enjoying Christmas in her
most pleasant and happy manner.
They had been married twenty-eight
years. The cause of death was neu
ralgia of the heart. For 3G rear
she hid been a member of the Pres
byterian church. She was buried at
Newton Hamilton on the 28th. Mif
flin ami Port Royal uaoers rjlease
copy. Lewistown Gazette.
Letter front New York City.
"Ring uut tlio Old, ring in tbo New.
King out the lalse, ring in the true."
The custom of ringing the old
year out and the new year iu is still
kept up in New York City. Though
at the last five minutes of the old
year, every whistle on the ferry boat,
factories, tugs and steam-boats send
forth a shrill sound, and men aud
boys toot their tin horns which are
sold on the straets by fabire, yet
there is a mere solemn and refined
way of celebrating the close of the
old year aud welcoming in the naw.
It is the chiming of the bell?, and
principally those of Trinity Epis
copal, on Broadway, opposite Wall
St. This church is one of the old
est and most important building in
the city. The present building, bow
ever, dates only from 1S40, but this
is the third building that has been
erected on this site. The first one
was burned down duriDg tho revolu
tion. It is built of stone, in Gothic 1
style, and has a steeple 284 feet high, j
It. is the richest congregation m the
Metropolis. Standing at tho en.
trance of the church one cau look
down Wall street where the famous
Bulls and Bears make their millions,
and two blocks away is seen the Old
U. S. Capitol where Washington j
stood on the stono steps and took the 1
01th of office a the first President of !
the United States. But the chiming
of the bells must not bo forgotton.
About half past ten the people be
gan to gather ou the street in front
of the church to hear the chimes.
They came from all over tho city,
from Brooklyn, Jersey City and from
the towns arouud. The Dight was
cold, bnt notwithstanding this about
seven thousand people had congre
gated here by 11:30 when the chimes
began to play. Tho majority were
women. At this time the balls chim
ed out on the midnight air and fil!d
it with sweet music. While the cold
pierced our bones, the ecstacy of the
chimes filled our hearts.
If the reader is not already tired
of my pen, let us go into the church
yard of two blocks that tbo surround
the church and see who sleep here
All ihe graves are old, an 1 not one
has been buried here for the last
thirty years. As we turn to our
right, we come to the grave of Rich
ard Churchill, the oldest known grave
in the cemetery, and on the smal
brown slab is the date 1681. Many
curious stones are seen with rude
forms of angels at the head odd epi
taps Wo pass underneath the large
elm and sycamore trees and on the
opposite side of the church is an un
derground vault. In it, with a
friend, is tho immortal Robert Ful
ton of whom every school boy has
read the story of him Bailing the first
steam-boat the Clermont on the
Hudson. Nothing is seen on the flat
stone to indicate that this is his
grave. But the writer was assured
of this fact lust summer by the old
sexton 01 me cemetery, who wa3
present a few years aero when the
grave was opened and Fulton's breast
plalo found in the tomb. A few
steps from here, by a few low
bushes is the grave of Gen. Phil
Kearney, who was killed at Chantil
ly during the Civil War.
As we go down along the sido of
the grave-yard to our right below a
small obelisk lies Alexander Hamil
ton and his wife. One cannot ap
proach his tomb without feeling a
thrill of the stain ho left on his pat
riotic character when he fell in a
duel with Aaron Burr about four
miles up the river at Weehakin, on
Jnly 17, 1804. As we go out: the
gate on Broadway at the right is the
monument of Captain Lawrence
where sleeps that great hero, who
was slaiu June 1st, 1813 in defense
of his ship the Chesepeake against
the British ship Shannon, when 146
of his crew were killed and wounded,
and the crew were compelled to sur
render, rebuking the men in his dy
ing moment, as he was being carried
from the deck of the vessel he utter
ed his last command that will keep
his memory green in every patriotic
mind. "Don't giv9 up the ship."
Rebecca Wilkinson, of Brow&3
valley, Ind., says: "I bave been in a
distressed condition for three years
from Nervousness, Weakness of the
Stomache, Dyspepsia, and Indiges
tion until my health was gone. I
had been doctoring constantly with
no relief. I bought one bottle of
South American Nervine which done
ma more good than any $50 worth of
doctoring I ever did in my life. I
would advise every weakly person to
use this valuable and lovely remedy;
A few bottles of it has cured me
completely. I consider ft the grand-
eat medicine in the world. War-1
raniea tne most wonderful stomach
and nerve core ever known. Trial
bottle 15 cents. Sold by L. Banks
& Co., Druggist, MJfflintown,' Pa.
SILVER AMD GOLD.
Something everybody wants, some
thing all can get by securing a copy
of Vick's Floral Guide for 1895, a
work of art printed in 17 different
tinted inks, with beautiful colored
plates. Full list, with description
and prices, of everything ode could
wish for vegetable, fruit or flower
garden. Many pages of new novel
ties, encased in a chaste cover of sil
ver and gold.
Unusual and astonishing' offers,
such as Sweet Peas for 40 cents a
pound, $300.00 for a name for a New
Double Sweet Pea, etc. If at all in1
terested in seeds or plants send 10
cents at once for a copy of Vick's
Floral Guide, which amount may be
deducted from first order, to James
Vick's Sons, Rochester, N. Y., and
learn the many bargains this firm is
Harriet E. Hall of Waynetown,
Ind., says: "I owe my life to the
great South American Nervine. I
had been in bed for five months from
the effects of an exhausted Stomach,
Indigestion, Nervous prostration and
a general shattered condition of my
whole system. Had given up all
hopes of getting well. Had tried
three doctors with no relief. The
first bottle of the Nervine Tonic im
proved me so much that I was able
to walk about and a few bottles cur
ed me entirely. I believe it is the
best medicine in the world. I can
not recommend it to hicrhly." Sold
by L. Banks & Co., Druggist, Mif -fiintown.
Pa. Feb. 9 93, ly.
Agricultural Society Election.
The annual election of officers for
the Juniata county Agricultural So
ciety will be held at the OldFellow'B
Hall, Port Royal, on Friday, January
lltb. 1895, at 1 o'clock, p. m, all
stockholders are requested to be
W. R. Whabtos,
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Home and Abroad-
It is the duty of everyone, whether
at home or travelling for pleasure or
business,, to equip himself with the
remedy which will keep up strength
and prevent illness, and cure such
ills as are liable to come upon all in
every day life. Hood's Pills are
hand m:vle, and perfect in propor
tion aud appeance. 25 o par box.
RhetiHiatisB Cured la a Day.
"Mvstic Cure" for Rheumatism
and Neuralgia radically cures in 1 to
3 days. Its actioQ upon the syctem
is remarkable and mysterious. It re
moves at once the caus?, and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits, 75 cents.
Sold by L. Banks & Co., druggists,
MifiWtown. Jan. 9, '96.
That Tired Feeling
is a dangerous condition directly due
to depleted cr impure blood. It
should not be allowed to continue, as
iu its debility the system is especial
ly liable to serious attacks of illness.
Hood's Sursaparilla is the remedy for
such a condition, and also for that
weakness which prevails at the
change of season, climate or life.
hood's Ptllt are purely vegetable,
carefully prepared from the best m
Tuscarora Valley Railroad.
Trains on the Tuscarora Valley
Railroad will run as follows:
Leave East Waterford at 8.00 a.
jr., and 2 p. m., arriving at Port Roy
al at 9.15 a. m. and 3.15 p. m.
Leave Port Royal at 10:30 a. m.
and 5.15 p. si., arriving at East Wa
lerford at 11.45 a. m. nnd 6.30 p. m.
J. C. MOOREHEAD,
Supert nlendent .
always accompanies good health, and
au absence of appetite is an indica
tion of something wrong. Ihe uni
versal testimony given by those who
have used Hood's Sarsaparilla, as to
its merit in restoring tho appetite,
and as a purifier of the blood, con
stitutes the strongest recommenda
tion that can be urged by ahy niedi
Hood't PiIt cure all liver ills, bil
iousness, jaundice, indigestion, sick
Judge White's Election Contest
Attorney D. B. Taylor, acting for
the Blair people in the election con
test for the office of President Judge
of Indians county, has filed tho bill
of particulars required of him by the
Judges constituting tho investigat
ing committee. The bill charges
that 201 votes were cast for Judge
White by persons whose namei are
not on the ballot check lists and who
bad not filled the proper affidavits, 4
persons who were under age, 14
whose ballots were alleged to have
been illegally marked by persons
called in to assist in the maikingand
341 persons whose taxes have not
been pid within three years, in all
560, or 473 more than the majority
returned for Judge White.
Penny Warxek. On the 27th of
December, by Rev. M. L. Drum,
John C. Penny and Mary Emma
Warner, both of Mifllintown.
Hubbekt LrjKEKs. On Dec. 4th,
1894, at East Salem by Rev. J.
Landie, Mr. John E. Hubbert and
Miss Laura L. Lukens, both of East
FiNKENBDfDEK Brioos. On the
1st of January, 1895, by Rev. John
Lindis, Mr. Geo. K Finkenbinder
and Mits Mary E. Briggs, both of
Swaktz Burkis On the 3rd inst,
bv Rev. John Land is at East Salem,
Mr. Josiah E. Swartz of McAlister
villa and Miss Emma Burris of Coco
BARGAIN DAYS! BARGAIN DAYS1
.A.T SCHOTT'S STORES.
Commeocing, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14TH, and continues until Sat
urday evening Jan. 19tb.
Over twenty thousand dollars in fresh and first elass merchandise will be
sold at specially reduoed prioes.
The goods were bought for cash and are sold for cash in the pnblio interest
The myriads ef Personal and Household needs daily arising in this commun
ity, should make their announcement vitally interesting.
We ask you to resd our Bargain Prioes with Special attention to every Item
At 16 cents a yard,
Best Patterns Table Oil Cloth 15 patterns,
At 41c a yard.
4000 yards of best Lancaster and Amos
Keag OiDgbam, worth 9c
' At 6c Apple ton A,
unbleached muslin, 87 inches wide! worth 9c
At 44 cents,
6000 yards of best Indigo Blue,
and other fancy calicoes: worth 8c
At 6 cents,
Bill, I yd wide bleached muslin worth 10c
21 yds for $1 00,
Fine nnbleaehed muslin worth SI 60
At 6 cents,
outiDg flunnol; worth 8u
At 21 cents,
Turkey Kcd Tafcle linen; worth 85c
At 25 centc,
All Linen Table Clotb; worth 38c
At 25 cent,
Imported Turkey Red Table Cloth
At 15 cents.
Ladies Kwiss Kibbed vests; worth 25c
At 25 cents,
Mens Under&birts and Drawer; worth 40c
At 85 cnt,
M-n Natural Wool Underskirts; worth 60c
At $1 60 to S3 60,
A large Lot of Ladies Coals; Former price
$1 to $$
At $4 U0,
Ladieu Coats Former price $8 to $10
At $1 00 to S3 00.
Children and JWisses Coats, Former price
Blankets, Haps and all Winter Goods at on a half the usual price.
AND E ERYDAY DURING THIS BARGAIN WEEK
FROM 10 TO 11 0CL0CK IN THE MORNING-
Wo will sell you Lanoaster and Amos Keag Gingham- a, 3 cents a yard;
each person limited to 6 yards. Ooe
eaeb person limited to 10 yards.
11 ill bleached muslin; one yard wide; only 10 yar.ls to eaeh person at 4iJ.
Caliooes Indigo Blue or Fancy Colors; 10 yari to each petaon for 35 cents.
Only to one person, 3 cakes toilet soap 3 cents.
Don't ruiss your opportunity, oomaieucing January llih to January 19th.
During this whole week at Schott's stores.
103, 105, 107, 109 BRIDGE ST.,
HOLLO BAUGH & SON,
We can fit a man with a Good Substantial Suit, Overcoat, Hat, Shoes
Stockings. Sbirt, Suspenders, Necktie and Suit of nnderwrtr fnr lfl
A BETTER OUTFIT FOR $15; a
the Best Clay Worsted Snit latest cut;
v,vercoac, laiest style; latest Black Derby Ha; a pair ef Douglas, finest Kan
garoo Shoes; pair of extra fine suspenders; onr neck-tie: pair Silk Hose and a
Suit of. very Fine All-Wool underwear for ($50.) If jou can get as fine an
outfit for the monr y anywhere else we will present you with ours for nothing
All our stock is new, and the prices are as low as tbe lowest.
Boys' Pants from 20 cents to $3.75. .Ven's pants from 50c to $5 00.
Boys' Suits from $1.25 to $10.00. Men's Suits from $2.50 to $13 00.
Boys' Overcoats from $1.50 fo $7.00. Msn's Overcoats from $3. to $18
Hats from 25 cents to $2.75. Caps from 15 cents to $1 50.
Neckties 5 cents to 50 cents.
We carry a fine line of Gents Underwear, Gloves, Suspenders, Cuffs, Col
lars, V ahscs, collar and cuff Buttons. Chains, Watcb Kings, Neckwear and the
finest lide of Trunks in tha county. We also earny a full line of men's boots
and shoes, particularly tbe Douglaa Shoe.
MEN'S GUM BOOTS, LIGHT, HEAVY; AND HIP-
Men's Gum Overshoes, Alaskan
and Artie, &e.
Extre Sizes in Pantaloons. Suits si.d Overalls and Overcoats.
If yon want a spit Tailor Made, j pu cbn save $5 to $15, and be sure of a
It costs nothing to examine Our Stock.
S. S. Ruble,
Practical Embalmcr and Funer
I shall from now on use the
INDESTRUCTIBLE BOUGH BOX
or outside box to last and be in good condition for
ages, which will certainly be
A GRAND THING
for people to use to preserve the remains of their
friends It alto is an exterminator of all vermin.
CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO DAY OR NIGHT.
SATISFACTION GU ARANTEED IN ALL CASES.
Bridge 8t, Willi in town, Pa.
At 44 cents,
Canton Flannels; werth 6c
At 6 cents,
Canton flannels; worth 8e
At 7 cents,
Canton flannels; worth 10c
Clark O N T,
Spool cotton at 4c
12 spools for 45c
At 7 cents.
Mens Heavy shirting; worth 10c
At 25 cents,
Ladies skirts; worth 50c
Carpets and Floor Oil Cloth,
At Specially Redaevd Prices
Kelt Boots with Boston,
or Woonsncket Overs; at $2 10
with plain heavy overs- at $1 65
Ladies Dres.-i Cloth,
Former price 75 eenft; now 37c
Ladies Dress Cloth,
was 65 cent; now 35c
Ladies Dress Clotb,
Former Price 50 cents; now 25c
Ladies Serges and Henriettas,
all woo; Formor price 65 cents; now 83c
Ladies Henriettas wool,
Former price 35 cents; now 18c
Ladies Dress Ginghams,
Former Price 10 cents; now 6c
Fine Zephyr gingham, .
Former price 12J cents; now 7c
$4000 Worth of Mens,
Ladies and Children shoes, boots and
rubber goods All shoes
at specially reduced prices.
yard wide, fiae unbleael.ed inuslia at 3c;
still better for $20, $25, $30, $40, and
a Satin lined Blue or Black Beaver
FALL & WINTER STOCK
Has been selected with especial reference to the needs of this locality The
extensive variety it affords in every line of goods including the pick of the
market in fresh fall and winter styles will probably surprise all who sec it.
No less astonishing are tbe LOW PRICKS put on everything. Owing to the
bard times we bave been able to jurcLafe prods very mnrh under
market value and have embraoed the opportunity. Our stock is now in good
shape and is well assorted in all the following lines:
agkand exhibit of Ifldl's Clothing.
Boy's Cloth 1 11 of. A -
x . J An lnime se variety in Cass-
New and neat styles and val- imereS) (jfce ,iots, Clays, Home
ues for the money not to bo 8 puns.Diagona , Serges Twills,
equaled anywhere You'll Tweeds and Flannels. All the
save money by clothing your new eIjapes of sackg) cutaways
children here. Knee-pants and prjnce Alberts. Perfect fit
suits new lau styles, 4 to 14,
91 OO TO 6.eo.
Charming Reefer Suits, 3 to
8, several shades and styles,
3 toft 59.
Long pants suits, single and
double-breasted, 2o different
1 1 11 1 A
styles of material for boys 14
83 TO 810-OO.
All the new and latest colorings in
silk, io tecks, 4. in bands, bows and
string-110s zo 10 00 cents.
Laundered white shirts, perfect fit-
tine 74 cents to fl. Unlaundered
white ahirts, reinforced front and back
37 cents. Better grades, unlauadered
white shirts 50 cents.
TT villi1 dw i? 1 D
Men's natuial wool shirts or drawers
24o U $1.49. Camel's bir shirts or
drawers 49a to $2.00. Scarlet shirts
or drawers, 74c to $1.50. Fancy col-
ored wool shirts or drawers 62c to $2.
50. Fast black satceu umbrellas 49o
to 99c Silk gloria umbrellas
Ladiepor genu 75o to $2.49. Men's
double trxture mackintoshes $3.75 to
Complete lines of Hosiery, Suspenders, Handkerchiefs, Over shirts, Cardi.
gan Jaccets, Gloves, &c; at lowest prices in the county.
Trunk and Satchel Department complete in every respect.
A visit to our store means money saved on every purchase.
W UOLESALE AKD EETAlL CL0TK1FK,
1865, ESTABLISHED. 1889
Special Invitation T 9 Hie Public
To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HARLBY;
It will be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who have money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods in
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLES
of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Pries.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fA
to give him a call if in need of Clothing,
D. W. HARLEY
HAVE YOU MONEY TO DEPOSIT ?
ARE YOU A BORROWER I
FOUR PER CENT.
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES,
Honey Loaned at Lowest Bates.
BEST 1ST THE WORLD.
ltsvraarincqtialittaeatw tusorpMaaed, actually
GnUaatioe- two boiM of any otbr brand. Nob
flsctod br BMt, (TUET THE CEK CINE.
TOR 9AL" PY Dg AXKBB GENERALLY. fWT
LOCAL OR TRAVELLING, to sell our
Nursery Stock. Salary, Expenses and
Steady Employment guaranteed.
CHASE BROTHERS COMPAN Y,
Dec. 8, 111. Rochester, N. T.
Tbe Sentinel end Rtpntltcan office ut Uie
place to get job work done. Tiy It. It will
fay yon if yon need anything n that line.
anfl t workmanship, cuaraa-
Prices from $5.37 to $15.
A grand showing of Over
coats of every description. All
. . e, ,tl.
H'm Al LT1 IVC J1VI11 VS t,V'-r.
An odd pair of pants helps
out a man when he cannot af
ford a new suit. We have
just the line to please you, and
prices are even more pleasing.
The finest pair of pants ia
A granu line OI regur.r
and $5 pants
HOW OIVI.Y S3.
Most of our
for 75 CETS.
THE LATEST FASHIONS IN
MEN'S DERBY AND ALPINE HATS
FOR $1, 81 50 AXO f3 OO.
Exclusive hatters e-et a dol-
lar more for same makes. The
line of Boys' hats presents
some equally good bargains.
BRIDGE STREET, MIFFI.INTOWN.PA.
JUNIATA VALLEY BAN
Stockholders Individually Lianle
JOSEPH ROTH ROCK, President.
T. VAN IRWIN, Cethier
W. C. Ponieroy, Joseph Rothroek,
JoMh L. Barton,
Lonis 7.. Atkinsoi,
Robert F. Parker,
T. V. Irwin.
George A. Kepner, Annie M. ShelNy,
Joseph Rothrock, P. W. Mar beck,
L.E.Atkinson, R. E. Park-r,
W. C. Pomeroy, J. Holmes Irwin-
Mary Korts, Jeromo.N. Thompson, Jr.
John Hortzler, T. V. Irwin.
CbarlotteSnyder, Josiah L Bd'ton,
John M. Blair, Robert H. Patterson,
F. M. M. Pennell, Levi Liglit,
PaiDiinl S. Rothiock, Wm. Swarts.
M.N. Sterrett, H. J. Sba..enberger.
Three and Fonr per cent, interest will be
paid on certificates of deposit.
fjan 23, 1894 t
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