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COUNT r COMMITTEE
The Republican County Committee
of Juniata county, are hereby re--quest
d to meet at Zeigler's Hotel, in
Patterson, at 1 o .nock p. m., ou
SATUEDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1898,
f .r the purpose of fixing' a time for
the noldin? of the primary election,
and snoh ct.ber business that may be
brought before the committee.
H. C. McClellam,
Fob. 12, 1S98 Chairman.
Miffiintown is a great place for
business; if a man engages in bun
ness, and makes five dollars, four or
five other men rush into the same
lice of trade and eat the business
till there is nothing it for any one
and that is called, "competion the
life of trade."
Subscribe for the Sextdtel and
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choice reading matter, full of inform
tion that does the reador good, and
in addition to that all local news that
are worth publishing find places in
its columns. - tf.
Squire Ruben Caveny, died at his
borne in McAlisterville on the 3rd ins1.,
from the effect of an apoplectic stroke
while he was attending Presbyterian
Sunday school on the 23rd of Janu
ary. He was carried to his borne
bet never recovered oonB riousness.
He was aged about 76 years. He
was an exemplary citizen and highly
esteemed by all who knew him. His
fur-era! took place on Saturday, and
was attended by many people. While
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Ksater Sunuuy, April 10.
Ail kiflds of bardw&ro at McClin
tits. Hav your ela bills printed at
.Vis. T. U. Prker is visiting Mrs.
Somuel Warner, of Reedsviile, vis
ited relatives ia this place ou Satur
day. 501 oh L.rd Cane, 30 cants, at lie
fi.-s Harriett Jacfcraan is home
frcti Piti.?burg, -visiting her parents
The thermometer was within three
e;-rc-M of zcr.;. on the night of
gr-jund hoi; day.
More thin a dozen concerns in the
Unittd 'utes are manufacturing
Mrs. John K. Rf.r,
spent a li-.'y with taj Mr
' s.- II owe on Cherry strest
S!edi-.g and tUighing to and
jjewist-wn was engweJ in by
parties L sNwvck, every n:ght.
Mr." Walter W. TJlsh, and
iriena .miks AQCie uaryi;;, or i-iswis-towr;,
Fpert Sunday is this piece.
The Luthrian Sunday School, iu
this town, have added a piano to
their oilier musical instruments.
Mr Holmes Pannebaker and two
B'eters Frances and Anni9, sp9nt Sun
day among friends in Lewistown.
- For brown shoes nothing ia better
than .1 buaanna peel rubbed on quick
ly asl polished off with a bit of clean
Court convened at 10 o'clock a. m ,
on Monday the 7th inst, with Jndgo
Lyons, Sterrett and Swartz upon the
The constables made their returns.
The grand ' jury was called and
sworn, and Jas. K. Robison was ap
pointed foreman of the grand jury.
Howard Leach was appointed to
wait upon the grand jury.
Thomas Crimmel and James Fry
were appointed to wait upon the
In the estate of JohnC. Burns, late
of Lack township., deceased, pluries
order of sale of reel estate granted.
In the estate of W. H. McAlister,
deceased, inquest in partition sward
Martin P. Crawford -van appointed
guardian of Calvin Crawford, minor
child of William Crawfoid.
In the estate of George Wald
smith, supposed to be dead on ac
count cf long absence, decree of
court made t uit presumption of death
ia mads out and order of publication
ten years allotted to man, be
beon so well and discharged the
duties of every day life so faithfully
and cheerfully that the whole com
munity fee! his loss and deeply sym
mtfrze with his bereaved wife and
The carpet factory located on
Front street was destroyed by fire
on the afternoon of the 2nd iust.
The fire was a sudden one. A 6tove
on the first floor of the main building
gave a puff and the fire was scat
tered ali around the room. So those
present say. Fire seemed every
whore. The men who were ruuning
looms up stairs, ay they beard the
puffy explosion down stairs, and the
nent moment, jets of lire were push
ing through the floor, and they had
hardly titae to escape. Some of
thciu did not have wine to put on
thsir coats. The fire alarm was
Dromotlv sounded, and it being at j Mrs. Bailor to Port Royal the
In the matter of the execution of
James J. McMullen ts Samuel Q.
Rohrer, Sheriff's interpleader was
framed in which .Margaret Rohrer
and Mrs. 'John Harkinson, are the
plantiffs and James J. ' McMullen is
In the assigned estate of "C. S.
Graybill, assignee's bond filed.
In the matter of the rule on the
overseers of the poor of Milford town
ship at the iustance of the overseers
of the poor of Fayette township to
ahow cause why they should not pay
the costs uf tbe removal of Thomas
McAneer and his wife from Fayette
to Milford township. The court made
an order directing tl at the costs be
Li A GRIPPE-
Since L Grippe has been preva
lent i i this country, there has been
found but one Specific. Dr. Humph
reys' "77". For sale by all drug
basf past three in
there wa.s no difficulty in getting oat
the fire departments". Three line of
! hose were soon attached to three wat-
! er plugs. One at the plug at Court
f Tr06' i House yard opposite the pot.: office,
ily of "9- an f,f oar at Snyder's corner, and ftu
other at flayer's corner, and when
th3 water ca-ne it came 'vith a sur
pri ing rush, and worked Lke a charra
and before any one realized it enough
of mcuutain water bad been turned
on the burning building to exting
uish tho fire, and thereby saving
arm by property from destruction.
The flooding of the premises was
! complete, fnd the next morning when
' the thermomeer registered within
three degrees cf zero, hundreds of
beautiful crystal ice cicles husg from
many p!acee about the shell of the
factory which inside had every tim
ber and board charred into a bhvk
mass. Jlueh of the carpet in the
store room was taken out, but carpet
in other parts of the factory was
burnt. Each of tho eight looms were
about completing a roll, they all were
destroyed. The building and con
tents were iusured for $3200.
ki con Ha expects to rebuild ! was shownitbat the prosecutrix
uflfCtfftLnirMier.--1--- -i.-k. Jf i-fendant wrere married oa the
Cl'RCS All KIDNEY, STOMACH
'AND LIVER TROUBLES.
. Suinuei Meyers and J. H. Sweger,
of tbis place are agents for the sale
of grapuapbones acJ gramophones
in the county. - .
". ,. , , ... ., ! fire was a great loss in every
t Jirjf 'an had a number of
-; ' i? ritoUnt.io -wAt not recjeiva.
air.friicauirui. f factory emiwjiatd eight weavei s and
II. H. North, of Bradford, will be a I four boys, all of -whom lose a good
cnJida'e for Congress in tne event 1 job by the fire.
n'Pi,..uTP c; . : . i
dilate for Governor. a-" ir i4naX,S
The thermometer registered i de
grees below zero, last Friday morn
ing. It was the coldest morning in
a number of years past.
The Pomona Grange of Juniata
cou'.iiy, will meet in the hall of the
Walnil GnEge on Thursday aad
Fridsy, i-V.Lruary 17, and 18.
Th. hare. isfSct of the Newton
IK-j:;';'on c.iiiLpiaeetir'g ground 13 to
bi J tbuiu, the ineurnnce tight, bun
drc'i and sis doiiai-n lining been ad
jusie.i. 'i'bo h.ileis iipcallel f,r in the
Mitl!i:ili)wn poi?t rlli are for Sir.
Jr.'in (in-Jsteth, Mr. Wm. Sowers,
IVfi F. L. Davifi, Miss Carrie Can
lire base bali c-nihutiiasts of Ty
ri!.i', IJeilfcnte, Cleai field. Phiiips
birj, Osceola anci Hunticgdoi, are
trying to form a lesgue for tlu com
N" c. 'Uiot, known to astror.oir'.er;'',
W. H. Heiubach was appointed
constable in Tuscarora township vice
Robert G. Dobbs, docak d.
Wilberforca Schweyer filed his re
port as Auditor iu the assigned es
tate of Samuel M. Coffnwn, of Fay
The first case called in tbe quarter
session was that of the Common
wealth vs. Georgo W. Bailor of Port
Royal. Ke was charged with having
deserted bis wife, whose maiden
nama was Mattie Dowling. The pros
ecutor was Ephraim Rannc'ls owe of
the Overseers of the Poor, of Port
Royal borough. It was brought out
by the testimony that after tbe de
sertion Mra. Bailor wrs likely to
become a chargo upon Tus
carora township, poor district.
shin notified the overseers of the!
Poor of Port Royal to come and tike
of her husband, hence the suit. Bail
or claimed and it was not denied (bat
he had mad arrange ments with A.
C. Harris to furnisn his wife with
$6.00 wotth of goods from bis store
per mouth to bo used in keepi'igher,
but he foiled to live up to his con
trtct after paying one installment of
' $6 00. He also cUimed he had paid
her board at her mothers in luscaro
ra tovriifbip, her jaother beiny a
charge npon that township at that
time. He al&o showed that he was
a telegraph lineman and lud bpen
badly hurt by the breaking of a tele
graph polo and has not been able to
do anything since last May to earn a
living for himself and his wift and
child. Mra. Bailor testified that her
husband had not deserted her, but
that he came to see her frequently,
that he was not working because be
could not get work on account t.'-f bis
injuries and that ebe find her child
were not paupers upon the poor dis
tricts of Tuscarora or Port Royal.
The defendantGeorgo W. Bailor dis
charged and the prosecutor was or
dered to pay the cats.
Commonwealth vs. B. F. Junkin,
charge, desertion and non support,
Prosecutrix Marths W. Juskan. It
HOW TO FIND OUT.
Fill a bottle or common glass with
urine and let it stand twenty-four
hours; a sediment or settling indi
catea an unhealthy condition of tbe
kidney- When urine stains linen it
is evidence of kidney trouble. Too
frequent desire to nrinate or pain in
the back is also convincing proof that
tbe kidneys and bladder are oat of
WH AT T DO.
There is comfort in the knowledge
so often expressed, thtfc Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp Root, the great kidney rem
edy fnlfils eveiy wish in relieving pain
in the back, kidneys, liver, bladder
and every part cf the urinary pass
ages. It correct inability to hold
urine and scalding pain ia passing it,
or bad effects following U30 of liquor,
i wine or beer, and ever comes that un
pleasant necessity of being compelled
to get up many times during the
night to urinate. The mild and the
extraordinary effect of Swamp Root
is Boon realized. It stands the high
est for its wonderful cures of tbe
mot.; distressing cases. If you need
a medicine yoi should have the best
Sold by druggists, price fifty cents
and ore dollar. You may have a nam
pie boltie and phaiuphlct bottle Loth
bent free by mail. Mention the Jon
iata Sentinel axd Republican and
send vour address to Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y. The pro- j
pnetors of tnia paper guarantee tne
genninences of thia oiler. jly.
FARM FOR SALE.
If you are 'suffering with any disease of the Kidneys,
Bladder or Urinary Organs, Dr. David Kennedy
Favorite Remedy will make you well again. It baa
cured cases that bordered on the miraculous.
It quickly cures mea and women of inability to hold
urine, and they are not compelled to get up often and make
water at night It removes the scalding sensation m
passing it, and, when taken according to directions, it
invariably cures pains in the small of the back.
Favorite Remedy not only cures Stone in the
Bladder and Brighfs Disease, but prevents them
One case is that of John J. Nill, of soil North
Eighth Street, Philadelphia. Fa. In 18S9 he Degan
to suffer indescribable miseries from Stone in tho
Bladder. An eminent physician said a surgical
operation was necessary. It nnsucccssiui u meant
death, and McNeill put off the evil day as long as possible.
While in this frame of mind he heard of Dr. David
Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, and bought it. Before
he had finished the third bottle the gravel was completely
dissolved and his sufferings were at an end.
Favorite Remedy is a perfect Elood and
Nerve medicine. It restores the liver to a healthy
condition, cures the worst cases of Constipation,
and all diseases peculiar to females. It cores Scrof
ula. Salt Rheum, Rheumatism. Your druggist
will sell you a regular full-sized bottle for $1.00.
Sample Bottle Free.
- 35 A
Those sufferers who wish to try Favorite
Remedy before buying should send their full
,-,...tTVe address to the Dk. David Kennkoy Cok-
i-oration, Rondout. N. Y.. and mention this paper. A
free sample bottle will be sent them prepaid, together with
full directions for using. This is a genuine offer, and all
our readers c,i:i depend iwn it.
February 1st, 1898, vt JoKeph
Ssurmvj's Mr. John S. Dimm, of
Dimmbville, and Sliss Sarah Cather
ine Sausman, of East Salem, Juniata
county, Pa., were united in holy mat
rimocy, by Rev. C. G. Wiucy, of Ei&t
3'iiem, at ti e residence of the brides
parents, two rnites east of Salem.
At high coon the ceremony was
performed and was very ini
prtpsive and a creoit to all present.
When the gussls were all arranged
in order in a room prepared f r the
occasion, :he bride and grrocni np
"of7uiy7TS'J'.';tliat defendant imme
diately deserted her, aad still contin
ues to absent himself from her home
and renders her no support whatever.
Tbe dei'endant ia a printer and lives
in Port Royal aid earns a salary of
$30.00 per month. Tho defendant of
fered a defence that the mirriad
took plt.ee under duress of imprison
nieut Rtd dures3 cf bodily injury
and claimed that the defendant and
prosecutrix were not legally married.
After argument the court refused to
hoar any evid.jr.ee a'.iacking the vah
dity of tue mai-nago. It was not do- 1 fcas nct been appreciated,
nieu tuat tne ueienuam naa ueseriea
the prosecutrix. The defendant was
found guilty ad was centonced to
pay for tho support cf his wife and
child tho uai of $10 00 pec month
and give security to pay the same and
be iu the cus'ody if the Sheriff v.ntil
lb.- sentence is complied with.
wm. vs. JuotJlure iiryoer, coarse I
Tbe undersigned, offers bis Lome
stead farm, in Monroe township,
about three quarters of a milo from
Evendair, at private sale. The farm
consists of 100 acres more or less, ail
c)er.r land excepting about 5 acres,
which is in timber. Tbe improve
ments are a good frauia house, frame
bank barn, wagon shed, heg pen,
sprir g bouse, the spring never fails.
There is also a well of never failing
water at tbe bouse, church, school
house, at ore and mill conveniently
near. There is a peach orchard of
800 trees on the farm. ' .
AdJieso, BalthasCb Lauver,
Evendale, Juniata Co., Pa.
Jan. 5, '98, tm.
WELL BEGUN IS
Commencing el miliary IS, nncTcon
tinue during January.
We start our b:g Bargain hales tor the jear leys, so tnat
you will appreciate our special efforts in giving greater bar
gain than ever before.
NEVER WAS THERE A BETTER OPPORTUNITY
STUDY EACH PARTICULAR ITEM.
In order to close out the balance
of our winter stock, we will sell all our heary clothing, inclad
ing men's, boy' and children's overcoats at a special reduction.
WE ALSO HAVE a lot of mens, boys and childrens suits
that we are closing out at exactly one half the price they were
formerly sold for.
THESE SUITS ARE SOME
that nearly all the sizes have been sold, and we are closing
them out at one half former prices,
IN MANY OF THESE
there may be only one size left in n
pattern, and in order to make
for OUR SPRING LINE
make this unpreeedent oiler.
THESE GOOD cannot
long, so if in need of a suit for your
self or boy, don't let this opportu
H0LL0BAUGH & SON,
116 3kIAI2ST STREET,
PATTERSON, TENN A.
THIS STORE SETS THE PACE.
geared aud Eicrclied the aisle way ; Surety of U13 peace, Froarcu'r P:
pwparcd for those in attrn Innce. 1 tr r.i,".v,.r.i rr:c ....u . v,o.i
Photographs advancing in price.
Take Notice on and after April 1st,
1898, my price for our best Cabinst
PLotographa will be 3 00 p-:r dozer,
until then April 1st, I will make tnd
pe!l tickets for tbeso same pboio
graphs for 1.50 per dozen. I bave
ordered 5,000 of the highest stylo
rnrrlu nri?itd in folii to fiimrtl this
, j D rr j
work, our tffortsin low priced woik
we ar obliged to return to our old
price $;tt)0 per dozen. Tickets sold
will ba good at any time presented,
tbis iii j oar latt aiid only char. ee ti
get high priced work at half j.rii'e.
Don't come ia after tbe time and sav
yon didn't see tbis add, it will be too J
preparer: lor those in attrnlnce.
Tbey stood btforo the minister, the
br:di' basing cn tie groom's arrn,
presented a fitting attitude for tbe
'occasion. The ceremony being per
formed, the ru'iuv friends :orched
around in crdr, and gave them the
and visible to the naked eye is due usaa! congratulations, after which
bi fi-ro 1910, eleveu years hence, 5)'it
in that year HaHey's cojnet is cxrpe
te.? sj.ow itself grandly.
Mrs. J. W. Howe, ami babj-, ol
Tyior", r.re vir.iticg .Mrs. Jesse Howo
anit ..tnghtfrs, on Cherrj' ctreet.
Mtf. llowf, of TyroD, is a daughter
in ) v. of Sire. Jtsse Howr-.
K irvfy K. Newitt, one of tbe two
cii: - ?attp in Fbi! delpbia, for 1L3
otKc-2 of Roeeivea of Taxes has with
dn- 1 and leaves a clear field for the
eke. ioii i f William J. Jto.Mey.
Dr. Ti-.'.iiiia;-! djes cot bt-lievo that
murriago i-i a faiiuro. He is enj 'yir g
ins t'iTi tonfv tmor. oa
in :i:e least interfered w't'i
A let .of Dace ir non bova enriched
justice of tbe peace
11. itfcruT.l. ln:s ease was reari ry
tbe court and was dismissed, and
it a3 ordered that each party pay
their osvn coi's.
Ccrarnoawealth y.-. Richard John-
plenstnt chat was engaged in. till
refreshments weie ready. At 1
o'clock tha announcement was m-'da
j io "come aud dine." The niesl vies
all that kind heirt-5 and wi'.lir.g
hands could prepare. It waa a grand
'east, of the usual sort, on such oc
casions and was highly enjoyed by all
present. ri:e caes, whiea wi.ro
oroduct of the Lrido'a own bands.
".-ere delicious, and a 'long the oilier
things presented a very tempting nn
Thobfl present were Mr. iud Mrs.
Tbos. Dimm, parents of the gro.m;
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sausnian, par
tus nor ; euts of tii l?rii R-v nrA Mra" t
his pro- I Witifiv. Mr. nr.rt Mm U il'i'.im Kon...
tiie bust of sermons for i man; Mr. and Mrs M. Dimm, Mr.
iind Mrs. C. Freymoyer, Mr and
.Vre Grant Shif3er, Bliss Lizzie and
Mr. Will Keller. Mr. Porter and Mis.
for 'Alice Swartz, S'r. Ard and.Miss Ein-
the coffer of a
of tint town, by
1 - - 1
iQfcs-mg aisoraery noise
tbri is.-lyt s eff- nsive to
on ihi suert.
uicuei Gcrinao, of Blair county,
beg taken Lhe school directors of Ai
tcona, 1o niid out what right thoy
h- ve u jrlr the law, to keep his
chiM: en out of thd common
schools bec&ase they have not been
Win. Cuibertnon foremen of the
csrrjft .factory that was destroyed by
fini c i Wed-iesJay, had the Lair of
bin bead shige.i and bis beard burned
wbiie ciryrg matriil from tbe
burring building. Earning jate
fell u)xn k'ui causing tho burns to
lis hair and beard
ERVOUS Troubles pre due to
impoverished blood. Hood's Sar-
apari-'la is th One True Elo'xi
Purifier au.i NERVE TONIC.
Governor Hastings has called to
his aid, the co irts, to restrain the
buiMing commission frcra building a
tlel V f ate capitol, at Harmburg, for th
post roasor's that the nocificafions ars bo
Tith tiawii liint a complete building can
bralth p const. ucted, and thereby the work
wi non f uiijj-jg roost needs be continued
1 1 1 t: L " J . C 1
iiiub iu uiua nil a gtesii luueuuoi i
mi C . George, Messers Samuel,
Cbarles, and Daniel Sausman; Mrs,
Leah (Jarwell, and .Wiss b-irbara
Lauver. Many gifts were presented
to tb5 bride, by numerous guests.
In tbe evening at an early hour, the
dinuer bel', began to peal forth in
low sounds and a short time, numer
ous objects bagan to- Leave up in tbe
grim distance; as tbey approached
nearer and nearer, they proved to be
human beinga, with instruments
usually employed upon such occa
'feionp, and ere lor g th music began.
numerous calls were made lor the
bride and groom, who after a whiie
appeared. Tbe eager ejes of the
screnaders gazed on them a moment
and tber, one by one they came for
ward and gave their congratulations
and three cheers. The groom invited
them io. After all wera formed in
line, the treat was given which con
sisted of cigara and candy by the
grooin and cake by Mrs. Sausman.
After the treat all went on tboir way
rejoicing. Mr. Dimm will return to
North Warren State Hospital, where
he has had a position the ppst fiv
son, c:iirge burglary, Prsecntor
George Hickenberger.' The defea
dactinopeu Court pkad guilty to
breaking and entering the dwelling
bouse cf JriieR K istrin Patlersou,
some tima in the month c-f December !
Com. vs. Newton G. Landis, charge
Forgery, prosecutor T. V. Irwiu.
Defendant plead guilty to the charge.
Com. vs. Charles Fik-j, charge
a j forgery, pro-editor Euail Schotl. De-
fendr:t plead guilty to the abovo
Com. vs. John D. 0"Douald, Jr.,
chfirsre aggravated asrault and bat
tery, Prosecutor John 1-. Lsacb, not
a true bill and county to pay tbe
Cora. vs. If&rry Shovcr, charge,
assault aud battery aad a.iauit with
intent to commit a rape on Mrs.
Blanch M. Hugbey, who was the
prosecuriT. Carfe contiuaed until
Com. vs. Jacob Howard, charge
fornic3ticn and bastardy, Prosecu
trix, Bessie J. 3herlock. Defendant
pleads uollo c-jutecdoss.
Jonathan Eot tiger and Emanuel
Page were appointed appraisers in
the assigned estate of C. S. Graybiil.
John J. Patterson, Jr., was ap
pointed a commissioner to take testi
mony in the realtor of the ' appeal
from the order of removal cf Daniel
Louderislap;r by tho cvertcers of the
Poir of F'.yette township.
James A. McMuUen vs. Sarah B.
Moore, petition of defendant for r
on plaintiff to show cause why judge
ment JNo. IU, Dc term. 1836 sho uld
not bo opened and defendant allowed
to make a defense.
Sheriff Storser, sold in tbe court
house, last Fridsy, a butcher t-tiop in
McAJisterville, us the property of L.
W. Seiber, to D SV. Harley for fit y
two dollars, and sixty five tiTts of
latid with log stable and house, in
Lack towufbip, as tbe llarrdi prop
erty to W. D. Walls for ten dollars.
tttrfLJSTOVvl CKMJ VAlhH S
Flora Hoffiusc va. Milton A. Hoff
man . Subpoena in divorce grafted.
Wiibar F. McCihan, D. Irwin
Beashor, and Michael Coldren were
appointed viewers to lay ont a public
road in Fayette township, beginirig at
a point at or about an angle south of
the creek in the public road leading
from William-VaUentines dwelling to
the main public road adjoining lands
of Amos Fogleman and to end at a
point at or about an angle in the
saina road south of the dwelling
house of Isaac Shallenbergar.
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Shoulder. . . .
Urouud la Salt
.. $2 to $2 50
....83c t 90o
FlULADELFHIA J1ARMTS, Feb. 8th,
1898. Wheat 98c; corn 33c; oats 31c;
hve bens 4 pounds 6c a lb; 2 to 3
pound hens 7 cents a pound; turkeys
14c; ducks 9c; geese 8c; butter 11 t
25c; egs 17 to 18c; apples $2.75 to
84.00; potatoes 70 to 80c a bushel;
sweet potatoes 30 to 80; onions 90 to
95c; beef cattle 3J to 5c: hogs 2 to
4c, veal calves $7 to $7.40.
Asdirbon Switzee. Ofl the 3rd
inst , by Rev. H. Gilbert, at Port
Ro;-al, Dvid S. Anderson and Laura
Casner On the 26tb ult, in
Spruce Hill township, from heart
failure, Jatres L. Caaner, aged 67
years, 6 months and 16 days.
firrms On the 3rd inst , in Pat"
terson, a child of George and Sarah
Ilittle, aged pbout 4 years.
York On Saturday the 5ib inst.j
Lewis York, railroad foreman in the,
Lewiatown narrows, aged 88 years.
On Tuaday the 8th inst., Mra. Yirk,
died of pneumonia. By the death of
Mr. and Mrs. York, three children
are made orphans. The ono a babe
a week old.
65 e5Et mens sslf acting Rubbers for 2to.
35 oent l.aoioH rubbers for 18c.
45 oents youth heavy rubbers for 25c.
$1.00 ladies and boys buckle artios for GOc.
45 eeat ladies tpr'iDg beet rubbers for 25s.
$2.00 tneaf ftlt boots with heavy over for $1.25.
Golden Rule, high lumbermns' with Red CrorJ", felt wool boots,
wai ranted to wear three winters, for $2 65.
$2.00 La lies dress shoes, button or laee fjr $1.25.
$3.50 Mens throe soled winter dress shoes for $2 75.
" ' 15 ceat patent leather polish at 8o. -,
cent cOECUieauon rn?ec poiisn tor iuo.
20 yards extra fio quality of yelloar mudin for $1.50.
20 yards of fine bleeohed muslin for $1.00.
IS yards of Applefon A , beet yellow mulin for $1.00.
17 yards of best Hill, 6oe bleached maslin $1 00.
20 yards of ood gingham for 75s.
10 yards of heavy shirting Cheviot, for 75c.
10 yards of pood outing flannel for 50c.
10 yards of chaff ticking at 65o, 85c and 96c.
3 cake ef e.oo$ toiled sap for 5o.
Auiaiocia at 5o a bott'e or 6 bottles for 25.
Great reduction m Fancy Dress Goods, Novelties, Dress
Cloth, Henriettas and Serges.
5000 YARDS OF CARPETS,
at special low rates.
A Fancy Ingrain moth proof carpet for 25c, wears like iron
A home made, rery nice striped carpet for 20c.
Rag carpets, home made at 25c to 29c
2 yard wide English oil cloth, you can use both sides, at 36c
Mens Tanitary fleeced iron glad (warm underwear at 46c
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES ON FACTORY
Ladies under ekirt at 25c.
OJNE HALF, OJNE HAJLF,
I'ricea on Ladies and Children's Jackets coats and Capes,
now is vour money savine: opportunities.
103 to 109 liridge tlreet, AinTntowD, Pa.
THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT,
Things are never dull here; never stupid. The full life of the atore al
ways has a cheerful welcome for all comers, and shoppers are quick to deeice
ia favor of the Great Values to be found in our new
1865, ESTABLISHED. 1897.
Special Invitation rTo The Publk
To attend the Attractive Sale of Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE ST0GK
D. W. HARLEY.
It will be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who na'e money to invest to examine the Stock of Good for
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It u truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLES
of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fil
to give him a call if in need of Clothing
D. W. HARLEY
A Sptcullv Seieeted Stoek ef
tUcP3S, Cock, Parlor and Bkep
Horae Blankats and Lap F.okaa.
LAMPS, large snd soall.
Cotco io aud look aryuad. We'll
make jeu fetl at home.
We Lave ibo largest Stack ai
Store in tbe county.
OIJ H Is iSITi
HAVE I0U WEI TO DEPOSIT?
ARE YOU A BORROWER
BI RC, PA.
3a. Laro Facnlty
ttudy Cianncai aa-i
sr'VBes in "
FOUR PER CENT
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATED,
Money LoanBd at Lowest Hates.
! r.ErnBi Rc, pa.
t'oi' aided In 132.
I Two in i ftfuncg ol
iicientinc. f neciai or-u-Bes in
! adits. Ct'-rva'o-7j J.aboTee;
I ni 0joi.biiih. S am Lcat. 'iTl? .
, ns-.'Kt ol Uvgirne and Phjb'.l Cniii
! charge of nwrii na-d Dhvaietaut-
I cft.fi i t.Ie l,y trc(r,ct. railrn-i truina.
irrat pteaonni and l.raiity. PrErAI
ATORT DEP HTM KI8T. in ntjat
io t uidipgs, lor bej-g and vounij mta pre
paring or b'isireeii or Ccllf o, onder apee
ial euro of the Friocipul aiid cbres aaaiat.
ants, rcftidiop with students in tb building.
Fall term opens September 6th, 1895. Fr
11. W. MCKNIGHT, D. D.,
or REV. O. G. K LINGER, A. I!.,'
Notice is herebv given that the follow.
In; account has been Hied in the Frothon
atarj office, in Juniata county, and the
ame will bn presonted for confirmation
.d allowance to liie Ccurt of Common
Fleas cf .-id connty, on Tn?sday the 22od
day of F.brnary. A. D., lt9, wben and
where all perken interested may attend it
thfv thik proper.
TbK second and intended final ac outil
of Jnhn Molzer, Committee of Ermlna
hrandt, a lunatie
j Piotbonatary'a office, W. H. Zkidebs,
aiimunun, ra., rrotn'y.
Jan. 24. IW.
JUKIATA VALLEY BAK.
Stonkholdera Individually Liable-
JOSBPH HOTflROCK. PrtnJtnt.
T. VAN IRWINCatiMa
Ettali tf Elizabeth Magruder, itctattti.
letters of A minis ration on the above
eaiute bwing been granted to tbe under,
aigced. nil persons indebted ta the said ck
tate are requested to make pnyinent, and
tbrse baring claims to present tbe tame
without delay, to
CALV1H B. UAOKUDla
Mt xxo. Juniata Co., Fa. Aiiruinisiraror
Or liin ttorner, Joas J. Fattcks'ik, Jr.,
Afifll;nton, Juniata Ci., Pa.
GREAT SALES prove the f,Teat
merit of Hood's Sarsapa.'illm.
Ilood'a Sarsaparillit sells becanoe it
accomplishes GREAT CURES.
Dr. David Kennedys
CURES ALL KIONKX. STOMACH .
- AND LIVER TROUBLES.
C. Pomeroy, Joaeph Rothreek, 1
Ronnrt B. Parker,
T. V. Irwin.
Jos-.ah L. Bertoau
Louia S. AtWinea
George A. Kfpner, Annie SI. Sheller,
Joaeph Botbrock, P. W. Xanbeck,
L. K. Atkiuaon, R. E. Parker,
W. C. Pomrroy, J. Holmes Irwin
John Hertaler, Jrome; K. Tbompaon,
Ciiarlotte Snyder, T, V. Irwin.
John M. Blair, Jostab Tj Bartwn,
K. M. M. Petmell, Robert E. Patterson.
aronolK. Kotiixk, Levi Lifht.
M. N. Sterrett, Wm. S warts.
Jamra G. Flea-ling, H. J. Sbelleaeergar -
S. W. Mo.p-. If. E. Scblrgel.
Tb'ee per cent, interest will bapaid oa
cer .flcaies of deposit.
fjan 2H, 188 '
Aug to patent? Protect yocrici: tho niM
Hoe too wemlth. Writ JOHN VntiIiil
BUKN A CO.. P&tont Attui aera, Waahinr
D.C.. for their $1,900 priM otter.