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WEDNESDAY. Jiff. It, 18M.
gabssrlptioa, tl-M par niu If paid
S edvaava; $2.00 If aat Mil to ad'sace.
Trmimt adTertiswMaU tasartad at M
cam par sock for each tassrtioa.
Trsnateat baslnaas aotlOM la Ieal eat
an-a. It mgU m Uae for aaoh insarttoa.
Dedaetioas wfll be mads to those) desiring
io advertise by the year, half er qjurtrr
Jannary 22. At 10 a. Jacob Zendt
Kill Mil cow and young cattle at his barn
aboot mile eerta-west ot Vaa Wart ia
Worker towaabip. '-
Jsauary 26 J. B. M. Todd, executor ef
tb estate of Elisabeth Leonard, will tell at
tbo late boae of aaid decadent, 1 mile eaat
ei' Oakland Kills, cows, borios, farai ma.
cfciacry and boaaebold goods. Sale at 10
Tha new bridg at MoVeytowa
Dr. Hollowaj went to Middletown
Edgar Musaer ia on the eick list
in this place.
Col. Showers aid wife spent last
wk in PhiliJelpbia.
K'mrr North has been on the sick
jilt with a severe cold.
J udge Lyons is ho ding court in
Blair county this week.
Governor Hastings was inaugurat
ed yesterday, Tuesday.
The Lord's Sapper was celebrated
in tLa Lutheran church on Sabbath.
Suae one desires to know why
- there is, always, a thaw in January
Christian Con r ml, of lows, is 115
jeara old. He was born in Pennsyl
vania Some stranger has been trying to
tart a creamery at Van Wert, this
winter. a '
Senator Woods is a member of the
Senate Committee on Judiciary Gen
Governor Hasting was inaugurat
ed co Tuesday with, imposing cere
J. H. Simons has been - Treasurer
of tbc Mifflintown Sabbath School 21
Some weather wise man predicts a
grr at storm about the time of Wasb
ingtou's birthday. '
Grip is epidemia in New York
City, and a good many people . are
dyia or. tne. disease. - :
Tiecorder, Brady CarenT, has
been BousiaatFtl for Alderman in the
4 th Ward, Harriaburg..
To keep the smell of boiling Bauer
Iraut from penetrating the whole
)ouie, eat the kraut raw.
At Bellefonte last Friday evening,
s parting reception was tendered
(lev. rut r elect Hastings.
A mounted Golden caele in the
--indow of the Hollobaogh clcrthifig
-lote : a sight wortb beeing.
Oa t j Harriaburg to the inaugura
tion was the watch ward of many citi
zen on Monday and Tueeday.
VT. W. Tcylor, State Treasurer of
Suutl. Dakota has lft for parts un
knoiii, owing the State $370,000. '
That a good, big, fat hog is worth
as tu'ich as a horse is owing in a
great measure to electric railroad.
John Jacob of Patterson ia, the
sew ifti'l carrier between, the rail-
ron i ad the Mifflintown post office.
Te Tested boy choir of St. Steph
- c church, Harrisburg, sang in the
aS Port Episcopal church aeveral
J. Banks Kurtz, Esq., formerly a
resident of this' county, but now a
citizn of Altoona, visited in the
couiity last week.
Neither poverty or riches will send
a man to heaven or hell, his future
state depends upon his belief and
4c j(!aas cf heart.
The work of scheming men in the
rhumb, does not affect Christianity.
The Lord con never be cheated. He
atoays gets his own.
Dentists can fortell storm and bad
Htlier days ahead by the nnmber
ui pnople that call upon them for
tooth ache treatment
A fantastic parade is. being organ
ize! for Washington's birthday under
th? auspices of the Friendship Hook
ti ! Ladder Company.
Wo. Braltan and Samuel Hersb,
of Patterson, are in the fish selling
Hn.ie.asa. They will take your order
and supply you with fish.
Dr. Banks, Robert McMeen, Wash
ington Jfforth,- John Patterson ana
wife and .Miss Maxj Patterson, all
went to Lancas er on Monday.
Opossums are plenty in certain
parts of Snyder county. The an
imals has almost entirely disap
peered from the woods of Juniata.
Representative H. L. Wilson has
Keen appointed a , member of the
ComttiittM on Congressional Appor
tionmeot and Constitutional Reform.
A four year old son of Samuel
Earner, who liver on , the Espen-
cchade farm, died of croup last Fn
3y. Interment in Union cemetery
Since the 1st of the new rear, S
ei: ..orr of new subscribers have been
ii-ul!. d upon the subscription list of
ie Sentinel And Kavtucm. the
Bcwuieat paper in Juniata.
A four var rAA enn nt TJCm . Tktinn
cf C-i!..i Mills, a mile and a half
nor..n ot town, while crossing the ice
on tl. crcrk below the mill, last Fri-di-.y
evening about 5 P. M., slid into
an i:r hole and was drowned. The
:;u of the reighborbood turned out
to search for the body. Tho body
of tha unfortunate lad 'was found a
short oisUnee down the creek- from
here it was drowned. Mr. Mid
rs. Dunn have the sympathy of the
' oaamunitv in this the day of their
toreavement. Interment in Union
metery on Sunday.
The Juniata County. Farmers! X?
stitnte will convene in ' the court
house on Tuesday, the, 12th of Feb
ruary, and continue ta session durina;
Wednesday the 13tb.
The Sutuikii iin RanmLicAM
many No. 1 anbecribers who always
keep themselves in advance. JBbn.
Wm. Hertzler leads them allUhs year,
having paid up to JanuaryIst, 1898.
- Scrofula, humors and all diseases
caused or promoted by impure blood
or low state of the system, are 'cured
by Hood's Sareaparilla.
There is a bill before the Legisla
ture to authorize the establishment
of a high school by two or more
school districts with two, three and
four years course of study. The bill
provides a limited State appropria
tion for such schools.
There are jet living twelve revoln
tionary pensioners widows, who
when young girls married old sol
diers. So it will be seventv-five
years after this with the young girls
inai now marry old soldiers aeainat
the slave holders rebellion.
The torture of drsDensia and sick
headache, the agonizing itching and
pain of aalt rhem, are removed by
Hou J s Sarsaparilla.
The weather phenomena of this
winter, is the cold and snow coming
from the south. The cold wave
that struck Pennsylvania on Satur
day night came by way of the south.
At Louisville, Ky., on Saturday, the
thermometer there, registered 1 J de
grees below zero.
staggering horse that Dr. Hol-
loway was driving on Sunday, ran
the sleigh on a bank to the side of
Jhe road and upset the sleigh. The
)r. fell on the lefc side of his head
and shoulder and was hurt, and
when he reached the Licking Creek
preaching place, he was not able to
preach. His friends were all rejoic
ed on Monday morning when they
learned that the affect of the shock
bad passed and the Dr. was himself
again with the exception i f a left
During the hot weather impnrit.ies
in the blood may seriously anuoy you.
Expel them by taking Hood's Sarsa
parilla, the great blood purifier.
,. A well-known Washington- horse
man baa discovered a fact in natural
history which may not be generally
known. It is that all four foot beasts
in making the first . movement in
walking, running or any sort of for
ward motion, always employ the left
hind leg as a starter. Even a child
if put down on all fours and bidden
to advance in that position, will make
the first move with bis left leg, his
hands at the same time occupying
the same place of an animal's fore
legs. William Jones, a wealthy farmer,
living near Anderson, Indiana, has
not slept for 111 days, His is the
most noted case of insomnia ever re
corded in that state. He has gone
without food part of the time. He
does, not suffer any particular incon
veoience, and is able to Le np and
around his farm. He lies down
often to rest himself. He thinks
that the sleeplessness is brought on
by tne use of tobacco. Xnree vears
agpje went ninety' days without
sleepT He says he does not think
that sleep will come to him for some
months jet. -
What do you take medicine for
Because you are eick and want to get
well of course. Then remember
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
.bast lnursday Wesley fawling, a
farmer in White Deer township,
Union county, entered his wife's bed
room, urew a revolver and shot their
four weeks old babe through the
head dead. Then turning on his
wife shot her. To escape a second
shot she grappled with her husband
and took the rovolver from him. He
left tne house, got out his carriage:
drove to the home of his mother-in-
law, and told her to go to his house,
that the baby had been shot He
told other neighbors that both wife
and child had been shot and then
drove .home. He soon disappeared,
and when found he was dead, nan
ing bjr his neck by a rope in his
blacksmith shop. Mrs Pawling is
not expected to live.
' Do you have headache, dizziness,
drowsiness, loss of appetite and oth
er symptoms of biliousness? Hood's
Sarsaparilla will cure you.
Eclipses oftti Mou la 1899-
During the present year there will
be five eclipse three of the sun and
two of the moon. The latter two
only will be visible to the residents
of .W.fflintown. Both are total eclipses,
and come at times favorable for ob
eervation. I he brst will occur on
March 10, beginning at a few min
utes before 8 in the evening and
ending at 1.21 the next morning
The other takes place on September
13. The moon will enter the shadow
at exactly 11 p. m., and emerge at
2.45 on the 14th.
Five aree Dead-
Elliott Groninger who owns the
Professor David Wilson form at Port
Royal met with a loss of five horses
last Thursday- Some ailment sf
flicted the animals. A horse doctor
prescribed medicine to kill the worms
which he said troubled the horses.
A week after he gsve the worm med
icine, he pronounced the worms dead
in tha horses', stomachs. Then he
preacribed Flaxseed oil and Croton
oil to expel the dead worms. Before
the worms were expelled the horses
died. It is a heavy loss for Mr.
Under SJnow Slides.
Our enterprising friend down town,
who runs the greatest paper on
Earth, was astonished when he was
informed that a snow slide beyond
Lock Haven, buried a train or cars,
and tnat several nunared men were
required to shovel the track clear of
snow to get the train out. If that
was a puzzler to him what affect will
the statement from Williamsport
have, when be is informed that last
Thursday, January 10, the railroad
track west oi wunamsport, was
brought to a standstill, seven of the
cars were completely buried ' in an
avalanche of snow. The crew had a
train, following a few henra Inter.
was sent to poll No tU out'f the
snow bank, ndtt abjobejetma enow
bounds' No. 27Ta IoeaT freip-ht. was
baeJJsSFt sent to relieye No. 85, and
while trying to reacue the other
train, was also engulfed in the snew.
A number of Mifflintown people
went to Lancaster, Pa., on Monday
to participate in the election of TraeS
tion Railroad officers. Tohu J. Pat.
terson was elected President of two
Companies, namely, the Pennsylva
nia Traction Company and the Lan
caster Traction Company. John S.
Graybill was elected President of five
railways, namely, The Lancaster and
Philadelphia; The Lancaster and Lit
itz; The Lancaster and New Holland i
The Lancaster an 1 Terre" Hil, an 1
the Lancaster and Susquehanna.
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 made, and perfect in propor
tion and appeance. 25c per box.
The Sheriff will sell in the court
house in Mifflintown, Friday, Febru
ary 1st, 1895, at 1 P. M;
A house and lot in Mexico as the
property of Robert E. -McMeen.
A tract of 80 acres more or less.
log dwelling house, log stable, spring
no use ana other outbuilding in Mon
roe township as the property of
A tract of 795 acres more or less
in Fermanagh township as the prop
erty of Aaron Singerly; and a tract
of UU acres in Fayette township as
the property of Aaron Singerly, and
a tract of 150 acres in Fayette town
ship as the property of Aaron Sing
erly, and the undivided one-half of
150 acies in Fermanagh township as
the property of Aaron Singerly. All
Semethlaar About Coart.
Talking about the ten weeks ef
court, tho Perry Caunty Freeman
says: Another ; misunderstanding
arising with the publication of the
117 cases list, was the statement that
there would be ten weeks at court.
The way courts are held in Perry
county from half past -ir;ht in the
morning to ten at night, court,
lawyers, court crier-and even the old
tip staff would all be dead with a
court of that duration.' It was .nev .
er intended to hold ten weeks of
court. The law dors not allow the
holding of a court without publica
tion of a notice of it A court can
not adjourn to a time of which 'the
public has not been notified. Hence
to adjourn from week to week tiil it
is necessary to set a period of time
over which the court will from time
to time sit by adjournment. Ten
weeks period was selected, and out
of this ten weeks, three weeks were
selected, during which the court will
vTashlag-toa, D. C Special Ex
. Catalans via Pennsyl
There is probably no place that of
fers so much in the way of sight see
ing and other things of general in
terest as Washington, D. C. Apart
from being the Nation's Capital, the
magnificent Government Buildings,
beautifully planned public parks, and
tne citintry through which one
passes in journeying to Washington
would make the trip an ideal one.
With the object in view of allow
ing everyone to visit Washington at
a very reasonable outlay, the Penn
sylvania itaiiroad company has ar
ranged for four special excursions to
that city on January 16, February
21, March 21, and April 11, 1895
Excursion tickets, good within ten
days, and permitting stop over in
Baltimore in either direction within
limit, will be sold at rates quoted be
low, good for uee on dates above
named on all trains except the Penn
sylvania Limited. Special train of
parlor and dav roaches will be run
on the following schedule:
Pittsburg 8.05 a. m.
Johnstown 0.22 "
Hollidaysburg 11.10 "
Altoona 12.05 t. m.
Tyrone 12.27 "
Huntingdon 12 55 "
Bedford 9.50 a. m.
Mt. Union 1.15 p. m.
McVeytown 1.35 "
Lewietown Juno . 1 50 "
Mifflin 210 "
Port Roval 2.14 "
Newport 2.41 "
Duncannon 2.58 "
Washington. Ar . . 7.45 "
"The hand that rocks the cradle
is the baud that rules the world.' is
a handy saying: buA iu Washington it
is being ss d that although tte Free
ident of tbo United States is a high
ana mignty cugnuary, were is one
individual, and she of the opposite
sex, who s a "bigger man than Mr.
Cleveland This is the nurse who
has cbargo pf his children. She is
curious character, and the only per
son about the White House, and pos
sibly in Washington whom the Pres
ident is really afraid of. She is as
much an autocrat of the White House
nurserv as the President ia of the
Cabinet room. The President is very
fond of waking bis children after
they have been put to bed for the
night, in order to exhibit them to
some particular friend who may be
dining at the Executive Mansion.
To this the trouble of putting them
to sleep again, and, besides, she says,
it is not good for the children. The
last time Ambassador Bayard visited
tne uieveianas, wmcn was just pre
Tioua to ms return to .England, be
was escorted to the nursery by the
President. The Ambassador hissed
the baty as it slept in its cradeL
The child awoke crying. The nurse
happened to be out of the. room at
the time. The President instead of
trying to soothe the childj called out
to the Ambassador, a if greatly
alarmed: --Run, Tom, for your life!
If the nurses catches us there will be
nrder." They just managed to
4e as the nurse raenoaded ta th
eriea of the baby.lNew Orleans Pic-
A BoottorOiiTho lai. . .
This from the Bloomfield Deiao
erat of January 9, 1895. A rooster
belonging to Apanr Rider who re
sides near the P. C. B. R. station, in
this place, was missing last .Thurs
day At Landisburg, on Friday eve
ning, be was found calmly sitting on
a bar under the tank of the locomo
tive. . And had traveled backh and
forth from Bloomfield, Doneannon,
Loysville.'and Landisburg, a distance
of one hundred miles, befor ne was
discovered. 'Engineer- - Welcomer
tenderly removed him from' hujperch
and fed him. .His comb "had teen
frosted. After, having been placed
on the tank he brightened up and
hearing some one say that the Dem
ocrats had made large gains at the
election in Georgia last week, - he
flapped his wings and crowed lustily.
Rheanaatlsat Cared la a Way.
"Mystic Cure" for Rheumatism
and Neuralgiarradically cures in 1 to
3 days. Its action upon the syetem
is remarkable and mvsterious. It re
moves at once the cause, and the dis
ease immediately disappears. The
first dose greatly benefits, 75 cents
Sold by L. Banks &'Co., druggist .
Mifflintown. Jan. 9, '9G.s,
That Tired Feeling;
is a dangerous condition directly due
to depleted or 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 Sarsaparilla is the remedy for
cucu a condition, and also for that
weakness which nrevailn - at ' th
change of season, climate or life.
Hood"i PUU are purely vegetable,
carefully prepared from the best in-
A tieed Apppetlte
always accompanies good health, and
an absence of appetite is an indica
tion of something wrong. The uni
versal testimony given by those who
have r ed Hood's 3arsapariIIa, as to
its merit in restoring the appetite;
and ns a purifier of the blood, ( .con-1
stitutes the strongest recommenda
tion that can be urged by any. medi
Hood't PUU rum all linr illn Viil.
iousncss, jaundice, indigestion, sick-
f- Harriet E." Hall' of Waynetowni
lnd.. says: "I owe my life to the
great South American Nervine. I
hail been in bed for five months from
the effects of an exhausted Stomach,
Indigest ion, 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 - ie v. jrid. I can
not recommend it to highly." Sold
by L. Banks & Co., Druggist, Mit
flintown. Pa. , . Feb. 9 "93, ly.
". Siebeb Mhxer. On the 3rd inst,
by Rev. Eelley, George Sieber ana
LizzieMiJnr, both of Juniata county.
Dott Cesska. Oa Jan. 3rd, at
Bedford. Pa . bv Rev. K. TCromcr
E. Southard Doty, Esq., formerly of
this place and JU. JStta Cessna.
FiKousoN Moetz. On the 2nd
lBst.. bv Rev. Bierlv. L. W. Fermi
son of Juniata Co., und Belle Moretz
of lerry count v.
Deppek Swar. Near Van Wen-t
on the 3rd inst., bv Rev. Bierly, W.
Li. Ueppen of bnyder county to Jen
nie L. Swab.
Pontics Menole. On the 3rd
inst , by Rc-v. Bierlv. L. S. Pontius
and Minnie M. Mengle, both of
Shelly Welt. On the 6th inst
by Rev. J. Landis, Wr. Erasmus K.
Shelly and Miss Mary E. Wert, both
of Uiast Salem.
Gratisii.l Mcsser. On the 8th
inst., at tbe home of the brides par
ents, in Lost Creek Valley, by llev.
J. Landis, Mr. Eli W. Graybill, of
McAhstersville, and Miss Emma J.
Are prfgt health Jewel, mevt
er known to lli(tres but InfaJ-
ii-ih to relieve, wnen evt-rr-tlitng-elfle
ha felled to brlnr
-on relief for headache, bil-onfnt-aa.
stomach and river
lUl'(i(i!ST for TIICKftTONK
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Bran. ...... ...........
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A.encan Sail 80e to 76
Philadelphia Markets, January 11
1895. Wheat 61 to 63c; Corn 49 to
68 nents; Oats 36 to 38c; Live chick
ens 6 to 9c; Turkeys 8 to 9C; docks
lOcj geeae 9 to 10c; butter 11 to 27c;
egga 21 to 22c; apples 75 to 80c a
bush; potatoes 50 to 65o a bush; on
ions 55 to 65o a bush.; clovw hay $10
to $12 a ton, timothy har $12 to S14
East Liberty, Pa.. Jan. 10. Cat
tie. Prime $5 fci-25; srood 450
4 75; batchers $3.904.15; rough
fat $2 65t3.10; fair light steers, $3.
30a3.45. Hogs, heavy hogs; heavy
Philadelphias, $4-554 65; medium;
medium Philadelphias, $4 45)4.50;
best Yerkers 4 354 45, common to
fair, $4 204 30: pigs t4.l5a4.30:
roughs $34.-8heep, extra $33.20;
fair $1 4?1.65; yearlings $1.6003;
est lambs $3 80(cWL10; ' hommon to
fair lamb $2.0t3Q... '
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v ' iTSCHOTT'S STORES.
Commeneur. MONDAY, J ANUARr
ur day evening Jan. 19tb.
Uver twenty thousand dollars in fresh
sold at specially reduoed prices.
-The, goods were bought lor cash and ere sold tor easn in tne pmnue inter est.
The; myriads ef Personal and Household needs daily arising in this eossmun-
4ty,'ahuld make their announcement
We ask yon to read our Bargain rnees with Bpeoial attention to every item
Best Patterns -Table Oil Cloth 16 patterns,
At 44c a vard.
4000 vares of. beat Lanca ater and Amoe
K.aag Singbaa. worth 9c
. At c Appleton A,
unbleaofaad maalin, 17 inches wfdei worth Sc
At 44 cents,
5000 yards or beat Indigo Blue,
; and other fancy calicoes; worth Be
At 6 cents,
Bill, I J wide bleached noslia worth 10c
21 yds for $1 00,
Fine nnbleacbed muslin north $1 60
At 5. cents,
outing flannel; worth 8c '
At 21 cents,
Turkey Bed Table linen; worth 86c
- At 23 cent, .
All Linen Table Cloth; worth SSc
- At 25 cents.
Imported Turkey Red Table Cloth
At 15 cents.
Ladies Swiss Ribbed vests; worth 26c
At 25 cents,
Mens Underbbirts and Drawers; worth 40c
At 85 cents,
Afe'n Natural Wool- Undershirts; worth 60c
At $1 60 to S3 60,
A large Lot of Ladies Coats; Former price
$4 to $8
At $4 00, ;
Ladie Coat; Former price $6 to $10
AS Si 00 to $3 00,
Children and Afisses Coats, Former price
S3 to S
Blankets, Haps and all Winter Cuds at one half the usual price.
AND E ERYDAY DURING THIS BARGAIN WEEK
FROM 10 TO 11 0CL0CK IN THE MORNING-
l-'AVw will sett you Lancaster and Amos Keag Ginghams. a, .3 cents a yard;
eaoh'beradn limited to 6 yards.- ..One yard wide, fine nnbleaoLed muslin at 3e.;
eaeb person limited to 10 yards.
Hill bleached rauslin; one yard wide; only 10 yards to eaeh person at 4io.
Caliooes Indigo Bine or Faaoy Colors; 10 yards to eaoh person for 35 eeats.
- Only,. to one parson, 3 cakes toilet soap 3 eents.
-i'ju,j" j ?.- . .
Don miss yonrepportanity, eommencing January 14th to January 19th.
During ftis whole week at Sohott's stores:-, . . . - .
103, 105,107, 109 BRIDGE ST.,
H0LL0BAUGH & SOW,
1 J uniata Valley.
-We can fit a man with a Good Substantial Suit, Overooat, Hat, Shoes
Stocking. Shirt, Suspenders, Necktie and Suit of underwear for $10.
A BETTER OUTFIT FOR $15; a still better for $20, $25, $30, $40, and
the Best Clay Worsted Suit latest cut; a Satin lined Blue or Blaok Beaver
Overseat, latest style; Latest Blaek Dei by Hat; a pair of Douglas, finest Kan
fraroo Shoes; pair of extra fine suspenders: our neck-tie: pair Silk Hose, and a
Suit of .very Fine All-Wool underwear for ($50.) If jou can ret as fine an
outfit for the money anywhere eUe we will present you with ours for nothing.
All our stock is new, and tbe prices sre as low as tbe lowest.
Boys' Pants from 20 cents to $3.75. . Vei.'s pants from 50o to $5.00.
Boys' Suits from $1.25 to $10.00. Men Suits from $2.50 to $18.00.
Boys' Overcoats from $1.50 fo $7.00. Mn's Overcoats from $3. to $18.
nets irom cents to QZ.iO. caps troin la cents to $1.50 .
Neckties 5 cents to 50 oents.
We carry a fine line of Gent s Underwear. Gloves. Snsnendera. Cnffs. Col
lars. Valises, collar and cuff Buttons,
finest lide of Trunks in tha county.
ana snoes , particularly tbe Douglas oboe.
MEN'S GUM BOOTS, LIGHT, HEAVY AND HIP-
Men's4Gum Overshoes. Alaskan
and Artie, &c.
Extra Sizes in Pantaloona. Suits sod Overalls and Overcoats.
If you want wit TaUor Made, you
reriect r it.
It costs nothing te examine Our Stock.
S. S. Ruble,
Practical JEmbalmcr and Funer
I shall from now on use the
IN DESTRUCTIBLE 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 also is an exterminator of all vermin.
CALLS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO DAY OR NIGHT.
; SATISFACTION GUARANTEED IN ALL CASES.
Bridge Nt,, Mifflintown, Pa.
eoatinues until Sat
and first class
aaereaaadise will be
At 4J cents,
Canton Flannels; worth 6c
At 6 cents,
Canton flsnnels; worth Se
At 7 cents,
Canton flannels; worth 10c
Clarke O N T,
Spool cottoa at 4c
12 spools for 45c
At 7 cents,
liens Heavy shirting; worth 10c
At 25 cents,
Lsdies skirts; worth 50c
Carpets and Floor Oil Cloth,
At Specially Bedcd Prices
Felt Boot with Boston,
or Woonsocket Overs; at $2 10
with plsin heavy overs; at $1 66
Ladiea Dress Clolh,
Former price 76 cents; now 37c
Ladies Dress Cloth,
waa 6 cents; now S5e
Lsdies Dress Cloth,
Former Price 60 cents; now 25c
Lsdies Serges and Henriettas,
all wool; Former price 65 cents; now 33c
Ladiea Henriettas wool.
Former price 35 cents; now 18c
Lsdies Dress Ginghams,
Former Price 10 cent; now 6c
Fine Zephyr gingham.
. Former price 12J centii; now 7c
$40IO Wortb of Men,
Lsdiea and Children boes, boots and
rubber goons All shoe
at specially rsduced prices.
Chains, Watch Rings, Neckwear and the
We alse carrry a full line of men's boots
cbn save $5 to $15, and be sure of a
, MEYER SV-
ANNUAL CLEARING SALE
SAT., JANUARY I2TH.
The wise merohsnt is he who carries no stock from ene Season to another.
We are determined to CLEAN UP, and here are prieea that will do it!
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE. That's tbe way we sell Clothing and (jest's
Furnishing Goods now. Clothing for less than tbe eest of Raw Material.-
Our $15 Men's Suits are reduoed to $9 50
" 12 .... a g j3
8 f 5 50
5 " ' 3 50
4 " " 2 87
Our $10 Boy's suits are reduced to $7.25
8 " " 6 25!
S 3 76
8 . . 1 751
Hosiery, Suspenders, Neckwear,
Jackets, Gloves, and all those lines have
25 dosen Men's Natural Wool Undershirts oulr. made with pearl button.
silk cat-stitched neck and ribbed tail;
25 dozen Men's Camel's Hair or
sold at $1.25 and were worth it, clearance price 1 50o-
32 dozen Men's Natural or Fancy
18 dozen Men's Pure Wool Derby
GLOVES. 35 dozen Men's fleece
black or fancy mixtures; regular price
Now is your TIME to save DOLLARS at ' -.'
WHOLES AIiE& RETAIIi f
CLOTHING HOUSE, NO-115 BRIDGE STREET, .
1865, ESTABLISHED, 1889,
Special Invitation T 9 The Public
To attend the Attractive Sale oi Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HARLBT
It will be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who have money to invest to examine the Stock of Good? in,
MEN, BOYS' AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUJL STYLES
of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fai
to give him a call if in need of Clothing
D. W. HARLEY
HATE IQ1J HONEY TO DEPOSIT ?
ARE YOU A BORROWER 1
FOUR PER CENT.
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATES,
Honey Loaned at Lowest Bates.
BUT IT tHK WSBLB.
t1 "-iri-sssiinnm .nimTl.
aallMIInc two bens a(arotKr besad. Kes
ssiiun. by bee. orcKT rSioiSctsZ
M W ANTED .ll
LVMAli UK TKAVELLIMG. to s
Dwaoy smpioymeni guaranteed.
CHASB BR0THER8 COMPANY,
Dec. 8, 91. Rochester, N. T.
- J " . j j uApvuvca
The 8etxtl mad hrUu-m aiCca ia tha
place to get job work done. Tiyiu It wfll
fU yan If yoa ased anything ia that line.
Onr $5Cbildien's suits are reduced to t 76
" 3 ' " ii 2 00
"4 ct .. i i. .t 2 7
Handkerchief, Overshirts, Gardiraa
been reduced 50 per eent.
regular price 75 oents, clearance priee
Natural Wool Underwear., goods that
Colored Underwear; cheap at 50 oents;
Bibbed Underwear: rezular crioe $1.25 :
- e u
lined, imported Jersey Gloves,' come, in
50 eeota; clearance price. .. .t..33o-
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK.
OF HIFrLMTOWK, PA.
Stockholders Individually Liable
JOSSFR ROTHROCK. PrenJnt,
T. VAN IRWIN, Cmtku,
W. C. Pomeror. Joseph Roth rock,
John Herrsler, - Joiiah L. Barton,
Robert S. Parker, Lonf K, .tkiasea
T. V. Irwin.
STOCS BOLPKSS : ''' ''
George A. Kepner, (Annie Iu. SbeTiet,
Joseph Rothrock, P. W. Msobeek.'
t. E. Atkinson, R. E. Parker,
W. C. Poroeroy, J. Holmes Irwia -.
Msry Knrts, Jerome, N. Thompson. Jr.
m rr r . - '
Jobn M. Blair,
Sainnet S. Rotbrock,
at. N. Sterrett,
A. v. 1TW1D.
Josiab L FUrton, '
Robert H. Patterson,
Levi Llsht, . ! ,.
Was.. 8 warts. . .
Three and Four per eeat. interest wl a
paid on certificates of deposit.
fjan 23,-18fl4 ft., .
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la sT C VOWICB, Hoodua, Cstnav
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Consumption Surwly Oured.
To THB brnn -MM .
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Sbrt I ban a powtlvs rned7 tor aeabore-njti.1
MS bam beem n i i i II I k.-it '''k ,
to end te bottles of mr iamdw WRVW t.
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