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WEDXKSDAY, JULY 20, 1898.
B. F. SCHWEIER,
EDITOR AXD PROPRIETOR.
For Governor Colonel William
A. Stone, of Allegheny.
For Lieutenant Governor Gen
J. P. S. Gobin, of Lebanon.
For Secretary of Internal Affairs
General James W. Latta. of
For Judge, of the Superior Oonrt
William Porter, of Philadelphia.
For Congressman at Large
Galusha A. Grow, of Susquehanna,
and S. A. Davenport, of Erie.
i,ai Saturday, farmer resident of I Bluoni field Advocate. One cherry - '-The very air of Kansas serun to be
Juniata i-ounty, but now citizens or tree on the property of Daniel Myers, ' conducive to the growth of unique law
Blair couuty, held their 4th annual re- hi Centre township, this tteaHon, yield--suits, and another peculiar leital eo'u
uuion at Altoona. J. Banks Kurtz, ed ten bushels or deliciotw cherries, test has just come to notice. ' On July
and E. W. H. Kreider made speeches. The tree gives a superior fruit and is 4th a young man or Stockton took his
ears old. i The C'ountv ' best eirl to a picnic, but she accepted
General Oarcia, of the Cuban army, about 40
is credited with sayiug, "The Yellow i 'omniissU
Commissioners have received word from so many attentions from another suitor
Fever is a mere Malarial Fever, easilv j ,ne as-se!Hr of Liverpool township that t during the jollification that No. 1 be
prevented by the free use of quinine." 'd, bad cow had feloniously stolen, :cauie sulky and went home, leaving
"Without quinine the suffering i. J chewed and swallowed the registry of her to follow as best she could. The
conies terrible voters, nailed at the polling place of girl hired a conveyance in which to re-
j that district. It is said that the Com- turn, for which her father paid 75 cents,
i missioners will institute nriMvMliiim The anirrv Darent nreseuted a bill to the
tauunisi i iic uioresaiu uoviue.
REPUBLIC AX COUNTY
Tfiad M. Maiiox,
of Franklin county.
E. G. Simvvfkkr.
A. P.. Evans.
H. F. Wfi.i.ard.
The corner stone of the new Htate
riouse at llamsburg, is to l laid
the 10th of August with appropriate
ceremony. A. K. McClure is to de
liver the address. The Colonel can do
it as ably as any living man.
Iioy Louder, while attempting
; to separate two lighting dogs, at
: Samuel Warner's home, on the
Espeuschade farm, on Sunday,
wa severely bitten on the left
The Juniata Central League met
at Marysville, Perry couuty; ou
the 19th iust., for a two days' con
vention. Professor (Jortuer, of
this place, is booked for a speech i
this Wednesday afternoou. I
lr. Win. Hanks, has begun to
take down the stoue house on Main
sulky suitor, and, upon the refusal of
the latter to pay, entered suit before a
justice of the peace. Roth parties have
retained lawyers, and say that they
will fight the case to the bitter end."
Carlisle Herald. Shortly after noon
on Saturdav July 9. a ten acre field of
Banks. He was educated wheat was destroyed by lire at the fumi
ils of Juuhita county. La- of Jacob C. Baker, one-half mile south
Itev. David Stuart Banks, died at his
home in Santa Cruz, California, on the
13th day of July 1898. He died uiiex
jectedly of heart failure. He was Itorn
June 10th, 1832, about four miles east
of Miftlintown, on the farm of his
in the schoc
fayette college and Princeton Tlieologi- . of Craighead's station. Tlie wheat was
cal .Seminary. He, was an able preach-: cut and in shocks, but the flames fol-
SHORT LOCI LS.
Feed turkeys charcoal.
The McAlisterville Band was in
town on Saturday.
Mrs. Win. Jackiiian sjient part of
Saturday i:i Tort Koyal.
Miss Mary Iiirci was in I,cvistown
a couple days of last week.
A. L. Kfhvlmaii, lias bought tlie
Jmws proierty in Patterson.
Harry Luck, of Lew istown, has liecn
visiting his parents in this town. ,
Prrpr r!y -fur sa!e. Fur terras,
apply t Mrs. Diehl, Fr.-Dt St.
EN-SlieriiV Walls spent Monday
and Tue3d;:y in town on business.
Vaster Kusscl Shaver, has returned
home after a month's visit in Washing
ton, I). C.
The -orn crop in Juniata county can
not ie a lar;e one this year. Dito tlie
Miss Carrie Derr, w ho lias leu teach
ing in Philadelphia the past winter, is
The thermometer made things hot
last Friday at US in the shade, and dito
on Saturd .v.
G.-"ht rr duellers in iLe
street, liought lrom the
Smith estate, preparatory
erectiou of a residence for
Henry Scholl met with an acci
dent last week that might have re
sulted seriously. He fell while
coming dowu the stairs of his car
riage manufactory ami was injured
considerably ultout the face.
Davis Kurtz, Esq., and son, of New
Castle, Lawrence county, and Kd.
Kurtz, Esq., of the same place, are now
in Lost Creek Valley, visitiitfc old time
friends and looking at the homes of
their ancestors, where they were born.
Lieutenant A. H. Martin, of tlie
regular army was in the luittle at San
tiago, and while heescaped tlieSpauisii
bullets he did not escae the malarial
disease of that country, and was sent
north on 20 days time to recruit his
What Is known at this place, as
"Tlie Railroad Shifter," has been taken
out of service and tlie force of ten men
employed have been ordered to rejHirt
to railroad authority at Harrislmrg on
the 1st of August. 1 tumors of changes
George tor of the First Presbyterian church, of
er, and agreeable pastor,
After his graduation from college,
and before entering tlie Seminary, he
spent some time in teaching in the
Airy View Academy at Port Koyal and
was associated with Prof. David Wil
son as Co-Principal of that Institution.
He began his ministerial work as pas-
On tlie night of the loth inst., Jona
than Xewcoiue of Baker's Corners.
Mercer county, was killed by a lolt of
lightning. He was with his wife in a
buggy driving home from prayer
meeting. His wife was stunned but
soon recovered from the shock.
On Saturdav afternoou a game
of town between the Mifflin and
Port Poval clubs. Jacob A. Davis
land Adam Garman compose the
! batterv of the Mifflin te;un.
pi ices j
j of baseball will be played on tl
, Academy grounds iu the east en
of a'l Mil.iatry g.-ods a' Mrs. Diehi's
Frcut Sir- et."
Many people have "given up"
rov-kim; chair, and rocking cradle
nerve shatterers. ; P.l'CKXELL CXI VEKSITV. John
..,.. - , , ,- . ,, , , i Howard Harris President. College,
( ln.i is pinched iinancially and has J k.adhlg to degrees in Arts, Philosophv
issued paiwr money to the extent of i al,d Science. Academy, a prearatory
fifty million dollars. - I school for young men and Imys. Iii-
! n i i i: i
Mrs. Manbeck, of Harrislmrg, is vis
iting at the home of her brother's;
family, H. M. Manbeck.
Herman Howe is at home from
Philadelphia, where he is engaged
in the drug business.
Sylvester Price, of McCulloch's
Mills, was at the county seat on
business last Saturday.
Mr. J. C. Hof-tetter, of Near Mc
Alisterville, spent part of a day at
the county seat last week.
Tlie reinirts of threshed wheat
throughout the state is, "a middling
good yield," light in weight.
Kisses. Katharine Bucher. and Juie
Kepner, of Columbia, are guests of the j
Misses (ironiuger, in Patterson.
Hawaii lias lieen annexed to the
I'nited States by act of Congress and
signature of President McKinley.
After an absence of many weeks
from town. ex-Sheriff Kiiou.se, vis
ited this place a day last week.
Theodore Memminger, and Geo.
Conn, lKilh ex-IJccorders were in
town on business, last Sat unlay.
The 7th Annual Juniata Valley
Camp Meeting will I held at Newton
Hamilton, Pa., August 9th to lath, 1KUS.
(i to !!ty-rs for your clothing
and furniture he will av you 25
ir c. nf. Iieid his Bargains in this
Mr hiuI Mrs. Kerser and Miss Carrie
ISerry, sister of the latter, of Danville,
are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. Berry, of
The last pav day cost the Pennsyl- ,th Scu Islanders
v.nii.i l!:iiiroad Comnanv seven iiun- ,l,r;l,is 13.000. Total some
dred dollars for humanity war stamps1 iio.OOO. Can the i:,OKO
on checks. Americans there manage all the
Tha Chaiuliersburg Iteiository says, others as a self governing coilllliun-
Oats are commencing to color ana we:n
have heard of fields that have died for
want of rain.
ItoUit ilel'rehn, of the Johnstown.
Cambria county, furniture factory, was
in i. .mii on V.nwl.iv calling ou his old
time friend, William Snyder.
General Toral, commander of the
surrendered Spanish army at Santiago,
said, "Every one of my generals was
killed or wounded, I have not a single
Twelve members of the First Presby
terian church, of Grove City, have len
susiieuded from the Lord's Supper for
dancing at a reception given by a mili
John S. Frv. who runs one of
stitute, a relined boarding school lor
young ladies. School of Alusic, with
graduating courses. For catalogue, ad
dress tlie Kegistrar,
Wm. C. (Jketzixgkk,
The liombardment of Santiago
Ie Cuba, was vividly represented,
under the management of A. 1.
Evan's, at Evan's Mill, near
Thompsontown, in the presence of
a thousand people, last Saturday
evening. Patriotic addresses werej
delivered by Hon. L. E. Atkinson
and Dr. I. X. Grubb, and Mr.
Ijist Friday morning all travel and
transiHirtation was susitended on tlie
railroad bv the wreck of a train of coal
cars, on straight line lietween this
station and Port Koyal. Twenty some
broken cars and their contents covered
all the tracks. Before noon the wreck
ed material was removed, tlie rails re-
laid and business resumed its usual
ever lenored aj0f
The Supreme Court of Minnesota
held, in the recent case of Stendel, Ad
ministrator, vs. Boyd, that a landown
er is not I sound to fence or otherwise
guard an ojien excavation or pond,
natural or artificial, on his laud so as
to prevent injury to children coming
thereon without right or invitation, ex
pressed or implied, they are induced to
do so by the attractiveness of the exca
vation or ond.
Ix the new territory of Hawaii,
there were according to the last
census, Chinese ami Japanese 4b
000, Portuguese 15,000, Natives
.11,000, Half Breeds N,400, liiinsn
2.200, Germans 1,400, Norwegians
tlie licst lime stone quarries in
the comity, alxiut 4 miles east of
town, came to town ou business
last Sat unlay.
-Mrs. Mary Swisher, of Patrolia, But
ler count v. and Misses Maude Knode!
and Mary Walker, of Alexandria, were
guests at the home of S. Showers, on
The American Daughters Association
of Mitllintown, interested themselves,
last week in collecting and forwarding
for the army, 00 pints currant jelly ;
10 nounds oat meal ; 3! imuinls '"t
meal ; 10 iounds corn starch ; 2 pounds
tapioca ; 1 can cocoa ; pounds dried
peaches ; bandages in abundance. The
box was sent by rail, labeled, "From
American Daughters Association of
MinTmtown, Col. Hall, or Surgeon in
charge U. S. Army Hospital, Key
Low-Patio Ex i uskkn via Plnx-
t)n July 29 the Pennsylvania Kail-
road Company will run anoxner "I;"
excursion from Philadelphia, Haiti
more, Washington. Beading, Altoona,
Bellefonte, I-ock Haven, Shaniokm,
Wilkesbarre, Sunbury, and i'!
,v,rt and principal intermediate
am,a.KlsLtio.!s;m the Ve aware
iwl Haltimore Kailroad,
Presbyterian from Harrisburg at ILto a m m-
a festival o":!
u I a 111 111111 iiik -
and on the
Cumberland " f
taiiolia. i. ,. iiiininrrier
I he Ked Itock L'nited
viliiiath scIkkiI will liold
till Ol-l-liimr r.ai.. -II.V.
-..m,. jui ,.wui. 4111 i"r"' KlmnBi
ante citizens are cordially invited to lie aM(Ut 10.30 p. m.
l-c.u. j. u TliompMOU, bupi. , goofl to le u.i . er than
viri ipr i i in 1 1 us. . . . . v. ' '
Sle.ial Thanksifivinir services were' a nm.Kt 31 will be sold at rat of i."" the famiiy buriallot in the Presbyterian
held in the PrPsi.vtori.... . hnrch on ' from Philadelphia, Baltimore, auu . te at Mifflintown. The body
Sunday, as inoHamation of Presi- 1 Washington and at prop.on , of tfae
dent McKinley, for the achievements v.pific T rates andtime of cou- pre8eut week and after its arrival, the
i ii.c Aiiun v ..II : :. j.:..or.n v tonearesi n"
v.-ai, .,3 Vj yvtr HIIIIICO limlUK inHUO Oi'V " Ow
llf J ' '
regular trahis not
Aumist 8 nor laxer
Altoona, in lb61. While there, Presby
tery had under consideration the es
tablishment of churches in the vicinity
or Saxon, Yellow Creek and Broad Top,
a comparatively new and unoccupied
field, and were seeking a fit person to
take up the work. Kev. Itauks volun
teered to undertake it, and in two years
he built up three congregations, which
proved to lie self sustaining ; built two
churches, and this without one dollar
of aid from the boards of the Church.
When engaged here he was drafted in
to the sen-ice of tlie I'niou in the Civil
War, but was prevented from entering
the service by tlie demands of bis peo
ple who immediately, and without
previous knowledge of tlieir jmstor,
raised tlie commutation money and
had him commuted. He remained in
this Held for a few years when he re
ceived and accepted a call to the
liniinard Presbyterian Church at Kast-j
m, Pennsylvania, continuing in this
charge for alsuit ten years. This lieing
the seat of I.afayette ColIege where he
graduated, the congregation was dis
tinguished for its learning and character,
many of the Professors and students of
the Institution composing its luemlier-
hip and attending its services.- Much
good resulted from his ministry here.
Some eight years ago the degree of
Doctor of Divinity was conferred upon
him by Iafayette college.
He was then called to Manpiette,
Michigan When he denoted his pur
pose to accept this call, his church at
Kastou, as an inducement to have him
remain, promised to make an increase
in his salary. His reply was most
characteristic of the man : "I am not
engaged In the ministry for the money
that can be made, but for the extension
of tlie Kingdom of Christ." and he
went to Marquette. Here he remained
;il'ut ten years, giving up the pastorate
ou account ol declining health, lie
then sjient a few months at Atlantic
City and Philadelphia. While in
Philadelphia, he received a call from
Dr. Johnson's church in that city.
The church was a wealthy one and
offered an inviting salary, but Mr.
Hanks, deeming the climate of Phila
delphi not so conducive to his health,
determined to return to the West. He
took up his pastorate at Jtessemer,
Michigan, and remained there two
years, building up two churches and
making them self sustaining. He was
thence called to Siiokane Fall, Wasi
ingtoii territory. In less man one
year's time his church edifice at this
place was destroyed by lire in which
he lost some valuable personal property
and all the manuscripts of his sermons
which were the results of the labor of
all his previous ministry. Afterashort
pastorate here he went to Santa Cruz,
California, where he labored with great
success in building up and establishing
new churches. His lalxirs here were
arduous and Here ttiree or tour years
ago, apjieared the first syniptomsof the
disease that finally caused his death
After a pastorate of some years at Santa
Cruz, he became pastor of a church in
Ontario, California, where he remained
for a short time. He continued to
work actively in his profession until
within two weeks of his death, which
occurred Wednesday, July la, 1S!),
while on a visit at Santa Cruz, and
which resulted from neuralgia of the
heart. He preached his last sermon on
the 2lth day of June just past, at Santa
A man of broad and generous views,
tender sympathies, earnest and zealous,
candid to a high degree, he was lielov
ed by the many people who, during a
long and widely varied professional
career, came under his ministrations.
His death is deeply lamented by the
acquaintances and associates of bis
youth, and all who knew him.
He had a fondness for building up
new congregations, and this led him
into many and wide fields of labor
where he went and worked for this
purpose with energy and success, and
these many pint-en he filled are witness
es to his worth and usefulness in the
benelicieut results of his example and
He was a great grand son of James
Hanks, who came from Scotland to
America in the ISth century. His great
grandfather James spent several years
in the army, in the French and Indian
war for the mastery of America, and
was with General Forbes iu the cap
ture if Fort Duouene Fort Pitt and I
after the term of his enlistment settled
in Ijost Creek Valley, now Juniata
county, not far from Oakland Mills in
1773. That was one hundred and
twenty-live years ago. Kev. 1). 8.
Hanks leaves three surviving brothers,
namely, Mr. 'William Banks, and Dr.
Lucien Uanks, of Milllintown, Pa.,and
fir) John N- Hanks, Esq., of Indiana,
Indiana. The deceased was
His remains, at the request of the
family, have been embalmed and
placed in a hermetically sealed metallic
casket and are lieing brought from
Santa Cruz. California, for interment in
lowed up the stubbles and spread so
rapidly over the field that despite all
efforts none of the wheat could lie sav
ed. The fire was ignited from a loco
motive. . For some time past
Ex-Kevenue Collector It. E. Shearer
has had upwards of three hundred
chickens stolen from the coojs at his
property west of town. Being tired of
this sort of business he has been wail
ing for the theives. About 3 o'clock
on Sunday morning his dogs made
quite a commotion, and Mr. Shearer,
armed with a shot gun, crept cautious
ly toward the cooiis.
In the semi darkness ht saw a man
walking away and shouted in com
manding tones, "Stop, or I'll shoot."
This had not the desired effect and the
thief started to run. Nothing daunted
Mr. Shearer shot after the man, who
made a subdued exclamation of pain
and then esea ied tcll-mell over wiie
and hedge fence.
Shortly afterwards a prominent
physician of this place was aroused to
render treatment to this self-same in
dividual. The man had about seventy
five bird shot in his buck and several iu
one ear. He remarked, "I was a
blambed fool to run when I knew that
Shearer was a wing-shot." For pru
dential reasons the name of the party
is not made public. He has left town
and will never frequent those chicken
Health for Everybody i
When the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs ar fa
healthy state, a person is practically disease-proof. Sick
ness can hardly find a foothold when those organ are.
well and strong. The Kidneys sift and strain from th
blood poisonous and waste matter. When they
are weak and diseased, tho poisonous particles
do not pass off, but remain in the system. They
cause pain in the small of the back, Ston
in the Bladder, and Bright' a Disease.
It is easy to tell if your Kidneys are
disordered. Put some urine in a bottle or
glass for 24 hoars. If there is a sediment,
you have Kidney disease. Other signs are
a desire to urinate often, particularly at
night, and a smarting, scalding sensation
in passing water.
Nothing is so good for curing diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary
Organs as Dr. David Kennedy's Favorite Remedy, that grand medicine
which has been before the public for over 30 years. It should be taken without
delay by men and women who have any of the above symptoms, as the disease
is apt to prove fatal if not attended to.
From the Convent of the Good Shepherd, Troy, N. Y., comes this short bat
pointed endorsement, signed by the sisters of that famed and pious institution:
We have tised Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Remedy for Kidney trouble, and have
found it very efficacious."
Sample Bottle Free I
If you wish to test Favorite .Remedy before
buying it, send your full postoffice address to the
Da. David Kennedy Corporation, Rondout, N.Y.,
and mention this paper. You will then
receive a sample bottle, free, and circulars
giving full directions for its use. You can
AaA i . : r i. : rc
.1 1 1 ir .. -I. 1 j . .. 1. 1 . c it. mA
at once. The regular size is sold by all druggists
tor $1.00 a bottle, and it is well worth the price.
BARGAIN and SUMMER
THE PESHSYUVAMI. RAIL-
ROAD'S POPlfL..AK K
Cl!K!IO!tS TO THE SEA
July il and August 4 and IS are tlie
dates of the Pennsylvania Kaihoud's
low-rate twelve-day excursions to At
lantic City and the principal South
Jersey seashore resorts. A siccial train
of Pullman parlor cars and day t'oaches
will leave 1 ittslmriraudaliove-nivutioii-
ed dates at K..w A. M., arriving .at Al
toona 12.15 p. 111., where stop for dinner
will lie made, reaching Philadelphia
t.i p. m., and arriving Atlantic City
via the Delaware Kiver lsridge route,
the only all-rail line, at N.40 p. m. Pas
sengers may also sjieud the niht in
Philadelphia, and proceed i the shore
by any regular train from Market Street
V half or Itroad Street Station 011 Ju'v
1, August o or 19.
Iickets will beso'd from the stations
at the rates named below :
Kate. Train leaves.
Altoona, - SW 00 1l:s." 1 M.
ISclIwood, 8 00 12. -It! "
Tyrone, 7 ti. V2..'ii "
Huntingdon, 7 10 1.2i "
Mount L'nion, (i 7.5 f 1.44 "
Iewtstowu June t. 0 00 L'.at "
Miftlin, o o H "
Newport, o 00 C.l.tm "
Duticaimon, 4 00 f.i.27 "
rtuIadelphia.Ar. o.i" "
Atlantic City,Ar. 8.40 "
tickets will also lie good on regular
an Navy, over the armies necting trains apply to
time of the funeral will be announced.
trains leaving Pittsburg at 4.:t0and 8.10
m., carrying sleeping cars to Phila
delphia, and 7.0-j p. in., carrying Pull
man sleeping cars through to Atlantic
1' or detailed information in regard to
rates and time of trains applv to ticket
agents, or Mr. Thomas K. Watt. Dis
trict Passenger Agent, Pittsburg.
July IMh. 1MIK,
Prof. C. E. Kaufl'man and wife and
family, of lyrone, Pa., are visiting
their many relatives and friends in this
l liere is quite an excitement am ug
tlie Musser's south cf )::klanu ills, in
regards to an expecttd fortune of sever
al hundied tlaaisr.nd dollars from
relative who died near lauiunua, m
Schuylkill county, Pa., i' osst.-sion o
flV r.cr.s of rich ccal la. id. Mr. E.-och
ShelleHierger, of Mi. Pleasant, Walker
township, is 1 king u; tl.e case and
lias new two liiwytrs ecgatd, ore in
P ttsville andtheotl-.crbi Phi'.-.deli bia
huiiti'-g up tlie c.se. I.un'.or savs he
is to get twenty-five tl.ousmi 1 dclhir
A in ief account of July 1' t'.i exercises
may not in i.piorlti.ie at this time.
previous to that date our patriotic peo
ple had prepared :id er cted a line
sjiecMiien of a forest i le. The pole
lieing 1' - feet high, the highest xIe in
the con i-ty. y-.r. ) C Speakman pull
ed UT-1'- Tag while the McAlisterville
Bard ph-yed "rally mind the flag
l-ovs." Miss Alice l-'hiverv end Frances
llifiendailcr both delivered declama
tions pitviou:' i tlie cccasii ,:. Kev. J
C. ;eil'i-.id delivered a pat i iotic jitech
whic'- aroused the en! huhtsiit f his
bearers, and then Mr. J. K. . i: U
vited the audience over t- t' c festival
groui d ucvos;; the creek, the M. E,
c!-urch ba l all kind of refreshments.
This was witnessed by a very large
crowd cf people. The festival was quite
a success the amount realixed being
On Thursday evening, July 21, the
Protfrtssivc Dunkards will bold o; en
air sei victa in x'avid Hosteller's woods
one and one-half miles west of McAlir--
teivi'ie, there will l e several preachers
theie from a distance, and it will con
tinue until August 1st.
FATTER SOU ITEMS.
1 isscs Clara aii'l Buella Dehuil", hav
gone to visit friends and relatives i
Harrisburg, Newvilleand Philadelphia.
Miss Annie Cr; oks, of Williamsp it
is visiting Miss Mary Cramer.
Miss Edith Meloy entertained tjuite
number v.f Mifflin girls a. id ;.oys at her
home ' ?! Mowery street, Saturday
evening. All reported a good time.
.urs. west ley -lelov and young son
Bruce, retorted home on Sunday from
a six weeks visit to l.er patents iu Al
Miss Kate i;ip:-Ie has gone to snei
the summer with her sister, Mrs. West-
ley McCachreu, iu Akivn, Ohio.
Misses Lulu .velley and j ertha
Cramer, as delearates. attei rled th
. Lutheran Convention at Marysville.
; " On Wednesday, Miss Pearl Auman
starts for Los Angles' Calift ruia, where
sue in inane ner Home with an aunt,
Coinmeiicinr this week and
will Continue this 8ii Ic un
til nil Summer Goods
' nre sold out.
Si micer Dress Goods, iigLt, ctol urd dainty, ev.ch
as French O.-gandies, Dimities, BotistnB, rnd V gu-s
and wil cost yen only 7 curs t. 15 cen's, only
half price. Irish ami Finita L.nvus, 10 yurda
for 45 c-nlB.
WORSTED AND WOOtEN DRESS GOODS.
Serges, Heurittns, N vdiies of French aod Do
mestic Maiiuftcturtrs, -t specially low and extra
Reduced Prices. One word. If you are interested
at nil in Economy you will he interested in tbis
very special sale of Dress Goods.
UDIES AND CHILDREN'S DEPARTMENT.
Ladies Sh;rt Waists for 25 cents, former price was 50 cents, and
all our Shirt Waists at spcial!y low prices. Ladies Dreea
Skirt? at $1 25 lo $1.75. Indies Wrappers from 50 cts.
t $! CO. 2,000 yrJs of uahicaciie 1 muslin, at
. . i i -i to 15 ceiits. 2000 yards of blenched yard
. idemtisHn at 5 cents, 2000 yards of
Hill l6t blenched, yard wid mu-iiiu,
at (J c-uits. 2010 yards if Em
broideries at one-fourth of the price.
Son ebades nr.d Sun umbrellas at icdu-jed
pries SHOES! SHOES! SHOES! Mens
Ladies' and Childrens foot wear, at extra reduced
and specinliy low prices. Carpet CienriDg Sale,
and extra Bargains. Yuti will sae niomy
by buying you'- Ctprets at the pres
ent time. WALL PAPER. Wo
St 11 you a spleudid pattern
of fancy Wall Paper at
very low rnd re due
Lace Curlaius and Prsperirs at d Window Slu d s, at specially
reduced vriccp. Heie is vtiybcoVs epportuniiy to male the
mighly dollar jfrow mightier in res'ilts.
103 to 109, Bridge Street.
V 44 4 ti J? 4i i
A HEAD OF ALL COMPETITORS.
Our spring line of men's, bov's
and childrens' clothing, hats, caps
and gents furnishing goods
ARE NOW IN.
We make the clothing business a
study and have made it a success.
Young men don't go away to get .
what they want they come to us for
NOBBY mEl LATE STYLE
hats or any thing in the gents furf
We have half our SPRING stock
sold bv the time most clothiers get-f-their
line in. A voung man who
wants a SUIT FOR EASTER, don't
want to wait until the 4th of July .
Our line this season surpasses all
our former efforts in style, quality,
quantity, finish and price.
"The early bird catches the worm."
HOLLOBAUGH & SON'S,
116 INfV 7 N STTIEET,
iuid If ousoEiimLsIiinir
THIS STORE SETS THE PACE.
THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT.
Things re never dull here; cever stupid. The full life of the store al
wjs bs a cheerful wi-icume for all comers, and shoppers are quick to decide
in favor of the Great Values to be found iu our new
A Sptcially Selected Stoek or
Ranees, Cook, Parlor and Shop
Horso Blankets and Lap Kobe..
LAM PS, large and small.
Come in and look around. We'll
make you feel at borne.
We have the largest Stock and
Store in the county.
Get a food papc- r y subscribing (or the
Skstiskl axd KitrraLicAif.
SEVEN I Y-SEYEN"-C"7.")
"77" is Dr. Iiuinj Lrcys' fumoup
Specific fur the cure of Grip ond
Colds. nEd be preventionVf Pneumo
nia. AH druggittp, 25c.
1865, ESTABLISHED. 18.
Special Invitation To The Pvblit
To attend the Attractive Sale oi Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HARLEY,
It will be
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS3
Who have money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLEL
of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
Bis prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't tt il
to give him a call if in need of Clothing.
D. W. HARLEY
Subecribe for ibe Sksttsix asd
Republican, a r.aper Ibat contains
choice reading matter, full of inform
lion that does tbe reader Kol, and
in addilion to tbat all local nt-wHtbat
are worth publishing find places in
ite coluiij! s. If-
HAVE TOU MONEY TO DEPOSIT?
ARE YOU A BORROWER
r ALL. AT
No. 1 Cures Fever.
No. 2 " Worms.
No. 3 " Infants' Diseases.
No. 4 " Diarrhea.
No. 7 " Coughs.
No. 8 Cures Neuralgia.
No. 9 " Headache.
No. lO " Dyspepsia.
No. 11 " Delayed Periods.
No. 12 " Leueorrhea.
No. 13 Cures Croup.
No. 14 " Skin Diseases.
No. 16 " Rheumatism.
No. 16 " Malaria.
No. 19 " Catarrh.
No. SO Cures Whooping Cough
No. 21 " Asthma.
No. 24 " General Debility.
No. 26 " Sea-Sickness.
No. 27 " Kidney Diseases.
No. 28 Cures Nervous Debility.
No. 30 " Urinary Diseases
No. 32 " Heart Disease.
No. 34 " Sore Throat.
No. 77 " Colds and Grip.
MIFFLIN TOWN, I' A..
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATE,
Money Loaned at Lowest Bates.
JUNIATA VALLEY BAMO
OF M I FFLISTOW M, PA.
Stockholders Individually Liable-
JOSKPH ROTDEOCK. Pretident. .
T. VAN IRWIN, Cathut
W. C. Pomcroy,
Robert K. Parker,
T. V. Irwin.
, Joseph Rothfocii,
Josiah L. Barton,
Louis R. AtkionoB
George A. Kepner, Annie M. Shelley,
Joseph Rothrock, P. W. Macbenk,
L. E. Atkiuson, R. E. Parker,
W. C. PouiBToy, J. Holmes Irwin
Jo'un nert7.1er", Jerome N. Thompson.
Chariot ;e 8 nyd r,
John M. Blair,
F. M. M. Penned,
Dr. HrjtPnnKTs' Homeopathic Mahttai.
of DMEAXB8 Mailed Fiike.
Small bottlea of plea-iant pellets, flt the Tert Samncl 8. Hothrock,
pocket. Sold by druitirtut. or sent prepaid noon ; Jj. N. Sterrett,
receipt tn price, cents, .m- iu o
are made $1.00 size only. Humphrey' Medi
cine Company, 111 William lt., Sew York.
WITCH HAZEL OIL
"THE PILE OINTMENT."
ForFflet External or Internal, Blind orBteedmrt
FtatulalnAno: Itching or Bleeding of the Kectum.
Tbe relief la Immediate tbe cure certain.
PEIOE, 60 CTS. TSIAI. SIZE. 23 CTS.
Soli J DrucctaU, or etal poit-paia m rclvt of prlo.
r HA CO.. 1 1 1 1 1 WUIloa 8b, 5W T0
James G. Beading,
Sanmel Si hlrrel.
T. V. Irwin.
Josiah L Barton,
Robert H. Patterson.
H. J. Shellenberg
M. K. Schlegel.
Three per cent, interest will bf paid on
cer:iflcates of deposit.
f ian 2, 1898 l
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