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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WEHSISDAT, SEP. 8, WJKJ.
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Elect McKinloy and times will get
If Bryan is
elected times will
en dare the
-tmell of eoal oil.
Th Rn.lfnl Q : i.
tuvq ua VJ ue
scld by the uherifE
Miss Euanaft Kissinger of Altoona.
is Tisiting in Patterson.
George Warner has been taking in
the sights at Atlantic City.
Charles Kepner of Chester visited
relatives in this placo last week.
Miss Beckie Diehl is visiting
friends and relatives in HidJletown.
Hon. Herman North of Bradford
Co., spent Sunday with his parents in
Miss Juniata Hinkle of Thompson
town, is visiting at Captain Hinkle'a
Professor W. S. Kiter of Oriental
is now in town looking after school
TTarrr Cnrtfrianrl nf flrflonoKnpff.
spent Friday with his parents in Pat
Mrs. John Foreman of Port Royal
"Recently visited her daughter Mrs. J
Mrs. Wm. Reynolds and children
of Altoona, are visiting friends in the
Ezra Parker of Washington, D. C,
came on Saturday to spend two weeks
Charles Noble and Martin Btouffer
rode to Harrisburg by bicycles on
the 3rd inst
Miss Susie Brennaman of Harris
bnrg, is a visitor at the horns of Mr.
The Misses Lily and Bess Meokly
of Harrisburg, recently vieited Miss
ftaa T nl inn PhnnM nf TTa rn s-
burg is a guest of Miss Levin a Lem
on in l'attorson.
. Miss Cora Baird f Lewistown
visited Miss Louie McClellan -the lat
ter part of the week.
Mioa Laura Jlf usselman of Phila
delphia is visiting her grand parents
in Minora lownsnip.
IVfiaa PiArtin Sertoli returned home
on Sunday from New York where she
made a prolonged visit.
Mrs. Howard Gingrich of Harris
burg, is a visitor at the homo o
Jtfrs. Susan Brown in Patterson.
Grubb Garman and Mr. Anderson
of Nanticoke, paid Edgar Burchfield
a visit the early part oi .oe wcck.
Mrs. Bell of Milroy and Mr. M. H
Mospr 8Dd son of Scbnlkill Haven,
viaitAd Afra. Marks in Patterson on
Miss Cora Albert of Philadelphia
and Nannie Doyle or iinnungaon are
visitiDf Mr. and Mrs. E. E. McMeen
Miss Stella Goodman while en
route from Harrisburg to Altoona,
stopped off a few hours with friends
James Mathers and Miss Loadway
of Sydney, Ohio, are guests or .nr.
Washington North's family a few
days this week.
After visiting Mr. and Mrs. James
Simons a number of weeks Mifis Lena
Hardy returned to her homo in Keaa
ing last Friday.
Miis Delia Spsnogla of Lewistown
and Miss Laura JSeiswangpr oi rmr
adelphia, are guests of Miss Clara
"and Bell Bothrock.
The republican congressional con
ference met at Liwisliwa last Thurs
day and re-nominated Hon. Thad
" Mahon for Congress.
Major McKinley's letter of accept
ance is a clsar statement of two o
the great troubles that fifllict the
country at this time.
Mrs. Freil Walker and daughter of
Philadelphia are spending sometime
with Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Thomas.
Editors Grosh of the Bloomfitld
Freeman and Mortimer of the Bloom
field Times paid Mifflin town a busi
ness visit on Saturday.
Miss Annie and Sadio Irwin of
Lewistown and Mrs. Wm. McCurdy
of Washington, D. C recently visit
ad Dr. Rodger's family.
The Misses Julia and Tillie Rey
nolds returned to tneir home in Har
riBburg cn Friday after a visit to
friends and relatives in Juniata.
The sensation in Nw York busi
ness circles last week, was the fail-
ure of Hilton, Hughes & Co., succes
' sors to the business of A. T. Stewart.
Tha barn swallows that como from
the south and stay in the north four
month3 have gone south. They come
north in the last week in April and
go south in the last week in August
A Michigan wheat dealer is paying
one dollar for wheat, but the money
Hfe gives is a Mexican silver dollar,
, which is worth 50 eenl3. If Bryan is
elected the American dollar will drop
The catch of young clover in wheat
stubbles is better than in the past
three years, and if it were not for the
rag weed that has also grown abund
antly, hay would have been made on
many farms for cattle.
A fire destroyed the store of mer
chant Henry at Honey Grove about
S o'clock last Saturday morning. The
tore goods were insured, but the
building which belonged to Wm.
Van Sweringen was not insured.
The towns throughout the state
through their councils are passing
ordinances forbidding children un
der 16 years of age on the streets af
ter 9 o'clock in the evening unless ac
,ompanied by parent or guardian.
eatahli-K eM-M butch
Placfin p5 lu,hraent nd dwelling
PUje uiPattenon. lately destroy
On ThnnJ.- M '
Zl lanA-"- ' - O-.Halde
G. Burchfield. " W'
Afm A--:, rr . -
M.7;.,.r.T, n.,aad daughUr
j -'- uwi Wednesday to their
5H? m Va. On the way
thither thev mil i , . . . ?
Bine room nf t a ...
- iiui so inas tney
may not be caught out of water, if
anything happens to tha water plant.
Mr John Tyson caught a large
ground hog ia his bear trap on
v-.u. j.uLiwjriai Artist
Oreen, bought the wild porker on
Monday evening and made a feast fit
for a king.
Think of it, the prospect or repub
lican STlftcens navo. k.J t
- uu ou uuittvum-
ble effect on business. On the other
uuu me prospect oi democratic suc
cess has always had a paralysing ef
fect on business.
The letters uncalled for in theMif-
nintown post office for tha week nd.
ing August 31, wre for Miss Maty J.
n: -a J
Yooamansee, WUliam Renninger,
Jacob Reider, John Null, Geo. Har
man, Calvin Hocn.
The democratic National conven'
Hon for the nomination of a true
uemocratic candidate for the Presi
dency and Vice Presidency meets this
muuj in xnaianapoiis. iTorty
two states are represented.
About 3 o'clock on Saturday morn
ing, the house of David Adams in
Jounstown this county was discover
ed to be on fire. The family were
miviy gouon on; wun a considerable
poruon oi uie nousanold goods.
The lemocratio party cannot stand
the revolutionary purposes of the
Bryan wing of the democracy, and
for that reason another democratic
Preaulentttl candidate will be nomi
nated this week at Iadianapolis.
ance of the republican nomination for
it - . ...
mo irresiaency was given to the pub
lic on tbe 2Gth of August. It is a
clear presentation of the money and
tariff questions at issue in this cam
paign. Tbe democratic party has now two
tickets running in this state, and their
National convention to meet this com
ing Thursday in Indianapolis, will in
all probability put a candidate in op
position to JJryau in the Gala for the
Two thousand Armenian Christians
have been murdered by the Turks in
the streets of Constantinople within
the past week. There is talk of a
TTuited States war shin bain? Rant tn
Constantinople to look to American
The water company are preparing
to construct a reservoir oa Stcrrett s
bill north-west of Patterson. The
reservoir will be 220 feet above tbe
top of the piers of the river bridge.
Tha reservoir will hold fiva hundred
thousand gallons of water.
There was a large public meeting
held at AlcCoytown on Friday. Win
Groninger, Esq., Wm. Hoops, Eq.,
Mr. W. J. Campbell, Mr. John Jkuu
kie and Mr. Harry aJ dressed the
meeting on topics relative to the
great queations of the day.
Tbe Oregon democrats have cut off
one cf the tails of tho Brvan two-tail
ed ticket The v have cut off the name
of Watson, who was ono of two Vice
Presidential nominees. Thoir ticket
is now Bryan and Sawall, but what
will tho v atson people say.
The harvest home picnic in Leon
nriVia wnnrla npur 'WA.t.r!nn On Sftfcnr
dav was attended bv several thou
sand people. An address was made
by Frof. J. T. Ailman, Mr. Hill and
Hon. L. E. Atkinson. The speeches
wers on the subject of the true eom
q era nf silrar. tho tariff. Bed their ef-
facts upon ihe welfare of the country.
Bncknell Univernitv. John Harris,
TdV D Prenident Collecre with
fonr courses of study leading to de-cr-etm.
An.i1oirv for liovs and vounar
men; Ladies' Institute, and School of
Music. Thirty acre campus; ten
buildnss including crymnasium, lab
oratory and observatory. For cata
logue ana other luicrmanon naaress
Wm. C. trretzinsrer, Kegistrar, uewiB-
burg, Pa. 29july L
TTalf tho democratic parly in Penn
sylvania is against tho Bryan-anar-chistic
party. A new state conven
tion was held in Philadelphia last
week. Halt the counties in the state
were represented in tho convention.
Tito lata nTinfv Vfffi not reoresented.
The convention put a ticket in the
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field and appointed aoiegaces 10 lue
IrtfKrnrnlis National convention
that will nominate a Presidential can
didate. Run nnur kunfina dofft and have
J J - c o- .
tli6m acquainted before the hunting
season opens. J. nave tne iouowiug
to offer, guaranteed thoroughly brok
en on their game and reliable. Fox
hounds, rabbit hounds, beagles, set
.. , f
trs ana pointers; aiso some una
Mwf.iiinlliii1a unacifcls. Collies, fox
and bull terriers; fancy poultry and
pigooas: Belgium and German hares;
prices low. J. Howaed Taylob,
Aug.27,ly. West Chester, Pa.
'Xfunv a. man believes that be
can do so and so, but when he is put
in the place, he foils in ability tc dis
charge the duties of the plaee. So it
is with parties. The democratic par-
. . . . . 1 lU
ty has done loua i anting oi uu mo
- . ... i ii
government snouia do euuuuuwu,
hut. nhn it wafl nut in charge of af
fairs it did not take long for them to
. . . i n. i.
reck the busane?8 oi dow moym
party has a loud mouth but a poor
a Tt Mr Am. t'nA roonblican nomi
nee for Prothonotary of York county,
has no hands. When he was about
17 years old, he was injured in a stone
quarry explosion and both his hands
1.0.1 tn I.a tdl.Au off. He was plucky.
uuva w w x - -
however, and when he became strong
enough, he set out to learn to be a
toofViAr He succeeded, and
he is teaching to this day. Mr. My
ers grasps a pen and pencil firmly
between the two stumps and in that
way wiites legibly and rapidly.
Ill rTnnn aTl, -
. wuang me Jmnese am
Maador was given a reception in Mr.
Whitney- house in New York City
tu to , oTtjiaua on Saturday,
ine Embassador has a number of at
tendants with him, two of whom at
tend noon him m
bght his cigar and take away" his c
gir stumps and 1n nil v;n l
seryico. Other attendanbi W
er duties, and among them are two
great Chinese doctors to see that he
lfl ITAnt in a ii ....
-rm ui a slaw oi gooa neaitu.
Tt lfl ATtl. i V .1 I .
j snore years since
the democratic party was clamoring
to have the republican law for the
purchase of silver and the issue of
silver certificates repealed, and they
prevailed on President Cleveland to
can an extra session of Congress to
"i""1 repuoucan silver purchas
inglaw. NowtLtv havi metaphor
speech - making Bryan traveling
through the country shouting foa the
enactment of a law for the issue of a
much silver as tha world can dump
"x uiaui oi cue united otatos
ior coinage. ,
u iroru Mih.TftTi f T
xuoy arriveu nere in JUifflintown on
the 27th of August, having been
three weeks on the road. They had
an old fasiiioned outfit, a two-horse
wason with a bow tnn
canvass, in which bedding, cooking
utensils, &&, were stored. To facil
itate the traveling, he had a horse
ruau cart. .Mrs. Uasner and three
daughters accomnanind him TJia
expect to remain here about three
wecKs and wen return. Mr. and
Mrs. Casner a quarter of a century
ago, lived in walker township.
It is a wise thin;? tnr t.hn Water Or.
to place a reservoir on the hill north
west of Patterson to insure a strong
pressure for tho whole plant in case
of fire and to insure a supply of wat
er for Patterson in case something
should happen to tho pipe on the riv
er bridge. The company takes it for
grtiniea tnac this side or tbe river is
r m mm ...
eaia irom any mis&ap that may over
take the l,'np on tha rivwr hnMou w
frost or flood, but the truth is this
side id constantly menanced by tho
Buuie elements. At Xjost ureeu where
the pipe crosses tho' stream on l.)i
old pike bridge, and if at anytime
frost or flood interferes with the pipes
on the river bridge, the same lnter-
ierence will in all probability be ex
perienced at Lost f!rAt
Whatever defects the system reveals
wm doubtless be corrected by the
The past ten days were good for
bass fishing in the river. It was
found out that the fish were ncsin"
along the shore, and that caused fish
ers to cast their lines close to shore
ia places where bass were least
expected. No enthusiastic fish story
teller has ventured to tell of bass hav
ing been caught on the bank of U13
stream, but stories are numerous of
large strings of larce fish that were
caught from shore cn the slenderest
poies in water so shallow that the fish
were scarcely more than covered, and
that the women have been catching
oiS3 a numoers to heat tbe men
Fishermen siy they believe the - long
dry weather has lowered the streams
so that no fish food floats in tho mid'
die of tho streams and tbo fi3h go to
the sLofii to feed on bugs and insects,
that get into the water from the
hanks of tho stream.
Harry Casner and George Vernes,
both of Fermanagh township, attend'
ed a festival at White Hall "school
house ia Fermanagh town3bip la3t
Saturday evening. Oa their wav
homo about midnight, they ran
against a safety post along the bank
opposite tho Academy at the north of
town. If it bad not been for tho
post they would have gono over th
b ink and landed somewhere in the
neighborhood of ex sheriff Noble's
clone house on the bank of the c&nal
By contact with tho post, the two
men werd thrown out, and their road
cart was wrecked and left hanging on
the substantial post, while the horse
ran on to Port Royal, and there met
his fate on the railroad, which be at
tempted to cross in front of a fast
running passenger train. The loco
motive struck and killed him. It is
reported that the young men were
indulging in a race on the road when
they encountered the post. Casner
had two fingers broken and was oth
erwise bruieed and Varnes was se
verely shaken up.
Apropos of Mr. Cornelius Vander
bill's disagreement with his son, and
the latttr's marriage to a woman very
muoh older thau himself, tho editor
of the Cosmopolitan in the Septem
ber issue, seriously discusaos tho ed
ucation most useful to modern life.
and substantially, if not in words,
asks: "Does modern college educa
tion educate?" The September Cos
mopolitan, as if to show what a mag
azine can do, gives four complete
stories in this single number, by such
nokd authors as Frances Courtenay
Baylor, Maurice Ibompson.Uertrude
Hall, and John J. a'Bccket. Louise
Chandler Moulton, Mrs. Lew Wal
lace, Francisque Sarcey, I Zangwill,
Agnes Repplier. Norman Kerr, Jtf. D.,
H. C. Chatfield-Taylor, Wm. Kleroy
Curtis, Robcit E. Strahorn, Colonel
Tillman, and Ruth eEnery Stuart,
are also among tho contributors to
this one issue of a magazine that is
sold for ten cents. Nor is this all.
Anions' other writers not already
mentioned is Camille Flammorion,
who has an article on "The vv onder
f ul New Eye of Science," which alone
is worth the entire price of the mag
azine. Ihe cosmopolitan has been
gradually pel fueling its engraving
and mechanical departments, until
the publishers believe that, in the Sep
tember issue, they present a number
unrivaled in artistic and mechanical
Sheriff Calhoun will sell in the
Court House on Friday, September
4, at 1 p. m., a tract of 13 acres in
Spruce Hill township, with flour and
feed, witii water unu steam power,
and two story log weather-boarded
dwelling house and barn, as the prop
erty of Win. W. MoKinley.
A two acre trict with two story
frame dwelling house and' stable and
out buildings in Delaware township,
as the property of David S. Zeiders.
The undivided 4 interest m 1 acre
of land and two-storv oif housa and
out -buildings in Walker township as '
the property of David a Zeiders.
A tract of 8 acres of timberland in
Delaware township as tbe property
uavid s. Zeiders.
A tract of 20 acres. two alar Ino
house, barn and oat-buildings in
Greenwood township, ai the property
of W. B. Jackson r administrator of
Mary Patterson, deceased, and John
A farm of 250 acres with two attrv
frame dwelling houae and a Wn in
Lack township, as the property of
ExcarsUMa t8t. Paul.
That all members of the Orand
Army of the Republic, together with
their families and friends, may at
tend the annual encampment, G. A
R., to be held at St. Paul, Minn.
September 1st to 4th, all i eastern
lines will Still excursion tiolfftta Ant
ust rj, 30 and 31st, via Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul railway, at rate
of about one cent per mile, good to
return until Sentember 30th.
For further particulars call on the
nearest ticket apeut or address John
R. Pott, district pas. eager agent.
unicago, Milwaukee and St Paul rail
way, Williamsport, Pa, 3L
Cramer. On the 25th of August at
Brown's Mills, Willie Floyd, son of
Mr. and Jurs. Cramer, aged 4 mos.
and 28 days.
Padem. On the 24th of August at
her father's residence near East Sa
lem, Mrs. Cora Pad en, aged 20 years,
11 mos and 24 days.
KxrrLisroiri, Sep. 8 1896.
MIFF UKTOTYNGKAIN MAKKBT
Corn in ear.......... ..... ..... 30
CioveroeBd. ...... .. .... .... ..
H utter 14
f.wri ...'. .. . ....,..... 7
Timothy seed t2.H
Flnx good 6U
Ctiop. .. ........ f 1.20 huudrel
Ground Alum Sait......... 1.00
Amurimn Suit '6c to 80
Philadelphia Markets, August 31
1895. Whe it CO to G5c; Corn 30;
Oats 24 to 20c; bu'ter 8 to 23c; eggs
14 to 15c; live chickens 7 to llo a lb:
Potatoes 18 to 25b for five-eighth
bnshei; sweet potatoes IS to 14c
basket. Cattle 3 to 4J Sheep at lc
to 4c; hogs 5c; thin co ws Sb to $16;
veal calves 3 to Cc; mi'ch cows $20
to $45c; drensed beeves 5 to 7c.
They Are Marked This Way
Ifr aw TRAOf
The (genuine interlined collars and
culls with a "Celluloid" Hiir&cc. and the
oniy water-proof collars nod culls
-B a rta-.
Thty are worth buying, beennse they
wenrsix times longer than linen, keep
clean longer, and when soiled, you
run c!wn them yourself.
1!L . TRADf
Y(u ran clean them yourself with a
wet cloth as easily and quickly as you
run wash yonr hands whether at
home or abroad.
At home or abroad, you'll nod them
mure -comfortable, more convenient
mid more economical thau any other
collars and culfs made.
Aer.pt m uwllmltoa.. Mad- Is all jt,ta aud liM.
HAi'I crr7s.ra cr (eel bj n, dlr-ct. Of.llKra 30e. each.
t:n!l 4. pair w4iaid. Staia ,izt and atTl.
THE CLLLl'LOID COBPAM, SEW TOIIK.
i Slrt S 3 is the bct clen
ij tf W im 1 J lortllfJO Kooua.
Where, the lion. JEREMIAH LTONS,
President Jud?e of tho Conrt or Common
I'leas, for the Forty-First Judicial District,
composed of Ihe counties of Juniata and
Ferry, and the Hoiior!;es JUSIAI1 L. BAK-
TON and J. P. WICKEKSRAM, Associate
Judees of tbs said conrt or Common I'leas
of Juniata county, hy precept duly issued
and to mo directed for holding a Court or
Oyer and Terminer and Geoeial Jail Deliv
ery, and General Quarter Sessions of the
Peace at liitflintown, on tho
FIRST MONDAY OK SEPTEMBER
189fi, BEING THE SEVEKiTH DAY OF
Notice is hereby oitix, to the Coroner
Justices of tbe Peace sod Constables of tbe
CouDty of Juniata, that they be then and
there in their proper persons, at 10 o'clock
in tbe forenoon of said day, with their rec
ords, inquisitions, examinations and Oyer
reniemberiiiceg, to do those things that to
tbeir onlces respectfully appertain, and
those that are bonud by recognizance to
prosecute against tbe prisoners that are or
may bo in tee Jail ol said county, ne then
and there to prosecute against them as
By an Act of tbe Assembly, passed tbe
6th day of May, 185t, it tnida tbe duty of
Justices of tho Peace of -the several conn-
ties of this Commonw.alth, to roturn to the
Clerk of Ihe Court of Quarter Sessions of
the respective counties, all tbe recognis
ances entered into before them by any per
son or persons charged with tbe Commis
sion of any crime, except sucb casea as
may be ended before a Justice of tbe
Peace, under existing laws, at least ten
days before tbe cnmmencemnnt cf tho ses
sion of the Court to wh'ch tbey are made
returuablo respectively, and in all cases
where recognisances are entered into Ibss
than ten days before the commencement of
tbe session to which tbey are made return
able, Ihe said Justices are to return the
sainu in tbe same msnner as if said Act
bad Bot been passed.
Dated at Mifflintown, the tilth day or
August, in tbe year or oar Lord, -one
thousand eight hundred and ninety-six.
James P. Calbod, Sktrtf.
Sheriffs Office, ,
MUUiutown, August 6, 1896.
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Commencing next Thursday, August 27tb, and oontino.es until Saturday
evening, September 19th.
Returned from New York where I purchased a great variety of early
Fall and Winter Goods, the latest and newest at lowest cash prices, and are
You will find great surprises wherever your eves can leaeb.
Black figured Brilliant ines, glossy
just fits your ideas for the separate skirt
3do and DUo.
Black and ooloreJ, all-wool Henriettas and Serges, 36 inch wide at 25o;
Flannel DeLaine for Fall Dresses at lOe, fancy novelty, brooade effect
Jnst tbe thing for a niee drees at 59o; worth 75 o. -
Ladies Black fine broad olotb, suitable for early Fall capes, 54 inches
wide at 75o and 88c; worth $1.00 and $1.25.
Fine Black Clay Worste.l anl Diagonal English Goods, 56 inches wide
for wraps and capes at $1.38 to S2.00, will give you immense service, and
make up pretty.
Also good wide silk lining for capes at 50o a yard.
Ladies Flannel Skirls for 50c; worth 75o.
Blankets: White & gray for 50 and 75c and $1 and up.
Fanoy Novelty Soitiug at 25o; worth 40o.
10-4 nnbleaehcd Bed Sheeting for 12lc; worth 18o:
104 bleached sheeting for 15e; worth 25c.
10 yards Cuton Flannel for 49o, 59o, 69o.
10 yards of tbe best yellow Canton Flannel for 75o, worth $1.00.
10yds of fine bleached muslin at 49e and 59o.
10yds of yard wide best bleaobed II Ul muslin at 69o.
10yds of unbleaohed muslin'at 45o, 55o and 65o.
800 Ladies' heavy Fall vests, long sleeves at 18o, and 20o, and 25o.
Fine Silk Embroideried suspenders at lOo; worth 25o.
Amonia at 5o a bottle.
Aiure Silk. A Cotton Fabrie, but very pretty.
Silk effect at 12io makes a very pretty all dress.
Men and Boy's Cheviot Shirts at 25o.
v Linen erasb, 3yds for 25c and 4 yds for 25c.
Heavy toweling 4o a yd or 7yds for 25o.
Good Ladies' hose in black at 5c a pair; worth lOo.
Fine Hermsdorf black Ladieshose for 18o and 25c.
.Men's heavj shirtings at 6c, 7o and 8e.
Best Blue Demms for overalls for 91c, 12io and 14c; very heavy eoods.
House Clearing Sale of Summer
weeding out process of summer goods
at onoe, prices are out right ana left, utterly regardless of cost and value.
Every Monday forenoon during Bargain Pays, we will sell j-ou Ladies1
Shirt waists at lOo a piece.
Our great Shoe Store prices are
Men's Boy's ana ladies' ana Children's bhoes at specially reduced prices, car
pets, mattings, oil elath. All at reduced prices.
Don't miss your time. Don't -Forget It.
Stores closed Tuesday, Sep. Sth and Thursday Sep. 17th.
103 to 109 BRIDGE STUEET,
Special Invitation To T7ie Public
To attend the Attractive Sale ol Clothing that goes on dailj
THE IMMENSE ST0SK
D. W. H
It will he
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who nave money to invest to
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL ST Y LEU
of Suits and Overcoats at the
Hie prices leave all Competitors in the rear, bo don't fail
to give him a call it in need ol
D. W. HARLEY,
S. S. Ruble,
Practical Embalmcr and Funcr
CA1IS rBOllHXI AT1FNPED TO DAY OR NIGHT.
SATISFACTION GTAFA.NTEED IS ALL CASES.
Bridge t. Mifflintown, Pa.
We warn the readers of this journal that we do not authorize the
use of oar name . in advertisements of so-called traveling optical
specialists. Our advice to all persons who liave defective ;yesight :
Arc id trareliag specialists and poilars ol Spectacles.
QUEEN & CO., Tfe Opticians, 10IO Chestnat St., Pi 'zdcipliia.
IdiLnafiacturer and Importer of Accnratr
uur jaya Bifeuc jutuaior ecu. oa
For a limited time only. Don't
miss it: 1 Doe. Cabinet Photographs
and one 16x20 Crayon Portrait
made by one of the finest Artists in
Philadelphia, all for $3.75 at Hess'
Photo Studio, Mifflintown, Pa.
as Raven's wings; a half doien designs,
and at very little cost Priees-25e,
Goods. In every space of our stores tbe
is going on, and in order to olose it out
moved awaydown. Values not considered.
examine the Stock of Goods for
Wonderfully Low Pricea.
.nd Beautiful Spectacles ttu
receipt wi ave 2-cuii ptwuige '
H0LL0BAUGH & SON
ARE NOW SELLING
All the Fall styles
in stin ana erusn.
The silver hat.
The gold hat.
Also an entirely new line of Shirts and Neckwear.
Tbe Latest in Collars Several new styles juat out.
The celebrated Douglas Shoe in 12 different Styles.
FINE DRESS SUITS A SPECIALITY.
Hollobaugh & Bon.
ESTABLISHED 188 O.
T7ie JflcClintic Hardware
QTHPI? NO. 119 MAIN STREET,
ulU llllrf. MIFFLINTOWN, PA.
THE HflROEST WAV POSSlBtE . -
to get along in the world is to luy ''ical cl tap ll iigp. Ab a
rule, the lets ytu jay, ihe niore itcct-ts in the long lun.
We don't Least of "cheap" prices at this Store, and f-till
quality considered, vre tell at j rices that ought to interest
COOK STOVES- We control the Sale of
RAYMOND & CAI1JH1 :T,T,
cook ptoves tn this county. We have never heard a woman
complain who I ought one of these ttovee.' Every buyer has
ag reed on four things:
- The Stoves Cook better, they bake better, they are easiest
to regulate, and are less trouble than any other Btove.
WTe have them in four sizes. Prices range from 810.00
to $28. CO.
EVERY WOMAN KNOWS
how caeily thirpp. pet (oratched up" ercund the hcute.
Sometimes it's a chair cr a table cr a decr. More than half
the time, the scratches ere neglected, lecauee it teems hardly
worth while to send for a painter.
Why not do the work yourself. You can
Get Prepared Paints all Ready
to uso at a trifling cost. You can brighten up furniture, doors, flower pots,
baggies and lets of ctber things.
We keep tbese prepared paints in all tbe colors. And we sell paint
bruFhes, too pood ones.
TJie paints come in tin bnekets, Lolding 4 P. Tbe price is 15o.
K. H. McClintic.
- GETTYSIirRC. PA.
ronnilcd In 1832. Lareo Faculty
Two fu 1 courfes of study Classical anl
ScienMHc, P peclal course in all depart,
nacntn. Obserratorv, Laboratories and
new Ovngiam. Sleam beat. Lihrarien,
22,000 volumes. Expenses low. Depart,
ment of llveiere and Physical Culture in
charge or an experienced physician. Ac
cessible by frequent railroad trams. Loca
tion on th BATTLEFIELD of Getvbur(t,
most plessan And health?. PREPAR
ATORY IF.P4RT1IK3IT. in separ
ate buidinirs, for boys and youne men pre
paring for business or College, nrnjor spec
ial care of tb Principal and three assist
ant-, residing with students in thebnildmjt.
Fall term opens September 5th, 1S9". For
Jl. W. HUK.PI1UUT. U. 1
or REV. O. G. KXIHGER, A. M.,
JUNIATA VALLEY BA?- iv.
OF MirrLisTowrc, PA.
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T. VAN IRWfy, ra..rt
W. C. Pomeroy, Joseph Rothroefc,
John Hertiler. Josiah L. Barton.
Robert B. Parker, Louis B. Atkinson
T. V. Irwin.
George A. Kepner,, Annie M. Shelley,
Josepn itoitirocK, Y. w. Hai.beck.
I.. E. Atkinson, R. E. Parker,
W. C. Pomeroy, J. Holmes Irin
Mary Knrti, JuromeN. Thompson.
John Hertilor, T. V. Irwin.
Charlotte Snyder, Josiah L Barton,
John a. Blair, Kobert H. Patterson
F. II. M. Pennell, Len Light, ,
Samnel8. Rothrocfe, Wm. Swnrta.
H.N. Sleirett, Tt. J. Shellenberuer.
James G. Beading, M. K. Scblrgel,
a. W. Uesps. Samuel Scblegel.
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