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WEDNESDAY AUG. 3, 1898.
B. P. SCHWEIER, -
EDITOR AND 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 Cnrt
William Porter, of Philadelphia,
William David Porter, of Alle
gheny. For Congressman at Large
Galusha A. Grow, of Snsqnehanna,
nd 8. A. Davenport, of Erie.
Tir.VD M. Mahos,
of Franklin county.
- E. G. Sheaffer.
A. Ii. Evans.
: II. F. W'ltUBD.
Senator Hertzler wan in town on
Dr. Crawford, Sr., has repainted his
Ezra Parker, of Washington, ia in
The wheat crop in York county is
reported a poor one.
Cbas. Waffs, of Washington, D.
0 i is boms on a vacation.
John Hamilton, of Altoonu, visited
relatives in this place recently.
Mrs. Chua. Frame, of Harrisburg,
is visiting Mis. Clryd Gi'sos.
Hon. Iatiiner AYilson paid the
County feat a visit on Monday.
Judge J. K. Patterson, spent a day
in town, on business last week.
The battle ship Texas has been taken
to Xew York to undergo repairs
Harry Srripg. of Philadelphia, ia
visiting Henry lierger's family.
James Murray is at home visiting his
relatives and friends in this place.
The hand gave a serenade on Mr.
Krick's lawn last Friday evening.
Property fur sale For terms,
apply to Mbs. Piehl, Front St.
The Lutheran Sunday School on Sun
day last, took up a collection of $1.5,40.
Mis Luie MClelian, of Lewis
town, is visilirg her parents in town.
Itev. Mr. Menimiiiger, of Lancaster,
spent Sunday with Mr- Clovd (iilson.
Huntingdon papers report a counter
feit half dollar in circulation in that
Judge Lyons and wife, spent some
days in the City of Brotherly Love, re
cently. Grac3.MacVlin, of Harris
burg, ia the gnsst of Miss Marian
dance will be hld in Floral Hall
on Port Royal fair ground Thursday
Rev. Mr. Memminger, of Lancaster,
preached in the Methodist church on
Mr. and Mrs Jesee Howe, of
Harrisbiirg, arc visiting Mr. Howe's
Yr. .Tobias Auker has laid a new
brick pavement in front of his new
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Schlegle, of
Fast Salem, were in town on Monday,
Haiti, prevented the Presbyterian
Sunday school from holding their an
Great reductions in the prices
of all Millinry goods at Mrs. Dithl's
Mrs. Emil Schott and Mrs- Ferd
Meyers are visiting in Rsiding and
The Third Annual Harvest Home
will be held at McAlisterville on the
6th of August.
Miss Nell Mussr has returned
Lome after several w-t ks visit to an
aut't in Newport
Kd. Heck and wife, visited acquain
tances in this place last week, upon a
return from California.
Pn f. O. C. Gortner and family
est returned and taken np their
residence on Third strest.
Rev. A. N. Raven is now on a vaca
tion, and will not preach here till on
the 1st Sunday of September.
Hanker, Calvin North, of Selinsgrove
spent a day looking up his intereats in
this community last Thursday.
Samuel Stoner, Esq., after a short
vacation, returned to Altoona on Mon
day, to resume the practice of law.
( 'olonel Showers and John Etka are
preparing to lay a new brick pavement
hi front of their resj)ective properties.
Go to Meyers for your clothing
arsd furniturn he will save you 25
per csnt. Read his Bargains in this
Misses Florence Gearbart, of
liellefonte. and Glvd Todd, of
Harrisburg, are guette c.f the Mists
Professor Dysinger's straw and hay
shed, on the Academy property was
partly unroofed by the storm of last
Pennsylvania soldiers in actual mili
tary service have the right to vote.
The new election law did not repeal the
soldiers vote law of 1864.
Dr- William Penner. a prominent
doc tor of Philadelphia, died in Califor-
"" His funeral will take place in
Philadelphia ou Saturday.
The United Kvangelicals will hold a
f"P meeting at Tuscarora Station,
Tuning on the 3" of August, and
c,u"n8n the nth of August.
A stabto occupied by stock owned by
D. B. McWillfem. i.. o . . y
, ... ui i ivoyai was
struck by lightning last Thursday
night about 9 o'clock, and consumed.
It s said that excessive coffee drink
ing is more injurious to the human sys
tem than whiskey drinking, it cause
heart trouble, of a most serious nature.
FESTTVAt.-Tho good folk! of
Arch Rock will hold a festival Satur
day evening, Augnst 6, on the lawn
adjoin ng tl school house. Erery
The uncalled for letters in the Patter
son poet office for the week ending
July 31st, 1898, were for Mrs, L. F.
Smith, Miss Gertrude Hackett, Mr.
Curtis Warfel and Mr. Kline, of
Huntingdon, spent Thursday aftemoou
and evening in this place, and attended
a party held at the home of Joseph Pen
nell in the evening.
Fresh beef sold at 75 cents a pound,
in the city of Santiago De Cuba, ou the
27t h day of July. A New Orleans man
landed i head of cattle that he sold
for 85 dollars a piece.
The famous Pannebaker Island Har
vest Home will be held on the Cth of
August. It will lie the 25 Annual
Harvest Home held at that place. Peo
ple go there by the thousands, y
Lieutenant A. A. Martin, of the reg
ular army, "who was stricken with
pleurisy while in army before Santiago,
is now almost well, and is visiting his
aunt, Miss Blanche Wright, in this
A fierce storm of rain and wind came
unexpectedly on Saturday evening and
caught a good many people on the road.
That rain and the one ou Thursday
evening broke the drought in this com
munity. Misses Eher and Fl ireDce Panno
baker, of liewistown, spent a few
days of this wetk with Daciel Psdho
baker's family, en route to Water
ford, whore tLey t-xpect to spend a
Uncalled for letters lying dead in the
Mifflintown post oflice at the close of
business Saturday evening, July 30,
1898, were for Mr. I. II. Kannagy,
Mrs. Thomas Dunn, Samuel tinpp,
w A special train wiil bo run to Port
Royai on Thursday evening for tho
benefit of those desiring to attend
tho dance in tho Fa:r buildings at
that place. The pub'.ic are generally
invited to attend.
Wm. Hawk was laid off" work sever
al days last week by an injury to one of
his legs, which was hurt by a Mace
donia water pipe rolling on it from a
wagon in the mountain where the pipe
was being unloaded.
Harry II. Jones, aged 10 mouths,
son of 11. H., and Matilda Jones, died
of inflamatiou of the bowels, at the
home of his parents, at Happy Hollow
school house. Fermanagh township, on
the 28th of July. Interment at East
Salem ou Saturday.
Kuislow We had a very warlike
time up at our house the other morning.
Hoiuesby How was that ?
Kuislow the baby cried for two
hours, and while my wife tried to quiet
him, I shelled the peas.
The American Admiral McNair has
the Spanish captive, Admiral Cervera
a prisoner, and had the bad taste to
give a dinner in honor of the prisoner
Cervera, which has aroused intense
criticism through the country.
The mid summer social event in Pat
terson, last week, was the party that
Yiss I Jess Pennell gave last Thursday
evening. 1 1 was an enjoyable occasion,
and the guests returned to their homes
about midniirht hivhlv lt !r,rtMi
yir C. A. Manhcck, of Cocolamus, '
Juniata county, has alnost cured her
husband, who is in the hospital at San
tiago, by sending him word that he is
the father of three new boy babies, and
that she has named them Dewey,
Schley and Sampson.
Where else in the world, than in the
United States of America, are the sol
diers that can and will fight, 90 hours
without sleep or rest, as did the Amer
ican troojw fight lefore Santiago. After
that it wus no wonder the Spanish sol
diers were ready to surrender.
"Papa," said little 4-year-old Margie,
"I think you are just the nicest man in
the whole world." "And I think you
are the nicest little girl in the world,"
replied her father. "Course I am,"
said Margie. "Ain't it cjueer how such
nice people happen to get into the same
BUCKNELL UNIVERSITY, John
Howard Harris President. College,
leading to degrees in Arts, Philosophy
and Science. Academy, a preparatory
school for young men and Ikivs. In
stitute, a refined boarding school for
young ladies. School of Vusic, with
graduating courses. For catalogue, ad
W.M. C. UltKTZISOEK.
Dr. Kothrock and wife, of New Ber
lin, Union county, after attending the
funeral of Dr. D. C. Kothrock, at Mc
Alisterville, came to this town to pay a
visit to their kinsman, Jlr. Joseph
Kothrock, whose health, it is regret
fully said, is not improving in a satis
One night last week, the American
flag was removed from the flag pole, at
a school house in Hanover township,
Luzerne county, and a Spanish flag 8
by 4 feet placed on the iole. When
the neighborhood heard of the transac
tion, it became excited and wanted to
find out who did the act.
ciara had leii told that babies were
-,m th dust of the earth. One
dav when the rain was falling in tor
rents she stood gazing sadly out of the
window. "Why, Clara, what makes
you look so sad?" asked her mother.
'Cnuse." she replied, "I'velteen want
ing for a little brother to play with and
now there wan't be any
dust left to
ni-aHi social movements, religious
movements, political movements, wars,
appear in waves. Just now it is the
straw fide wave that is sweeping over
the country. Exchange papers from
all points of the compass report straw
rides Indulged in by boys and gir s of
12tol8vearsold. So then the straw
wiAti tht have been indulged in by
young people in and about Mifflintown
iL but an impulse, of tbar kind of
1 social wave movement that is rolling
over the country.
On the 20th of July, Jno. C. Coulter, I
"juo lownsmp, Mimin county,
had a valuable cow and a heifer two
years old both struck and killed by
lightning. They were standing within
ten feet of each other when killed. On
Tuesday of the same week Mrs. Nancy
Hanawalt's barn was struck by light
ning, shattering several rafters and
tearing a hole in the roof.
Charles J. Kinch, of McAlisterville,
fell off a freight train of cars on which
he was a brakeman, on the Union Pa
cific Railroad, at Rockspriuge, Wyom
ing station, on the 21st of July. He
fell in such a way that both his legs
were run over and cut off by the train.
He was taken to the hospital at IlTx-k-springs,
where he died. His remains
were received at this station by Under
taker Snyder, ou the 27th of July, and
taken to MeAilstervH'.s T..-re the
funeral took place ou tho 28th of July.
Interment iu the McAlisterville ceme
tery, by funeral director Snyder.
The average school teacher allows his
pupils to grow into the belief, that,
when they acquire an intellectual train
ing they are fitting themselves for a
position in life where work is not re
quired of them. Such training is mis
leading. To secure an education re
quires hard work, and ever' occupation
after education requires work. There
are only three ways for a young man or
woman to secure a position that is free
from work. First, work hard and save
all money made M'hile young, to live a
lifc'of ease when old. Second, by inher
iting a fortune. Third, by marrying a
About midnight on the 22nd inst.,
three masked robbers broke into the
house of Peter Kantz, aged 77, living a
mile north of Seliusgrove, and demand
ed money. Mr. Kantz refused to give
his money. They bound him to the
bed with rojies made of the sheets of
the bed. Afterward they went up
stairs and I ou nd his sister-in-law, a
lady who is alsmt (50 years old and an
invalid. They also bound his grand
son, a 1k- 10 years old. Then they
ransacked the bureau drawers and
other receptacles finally finding a
pocket book containing about iflcO.
This they took and some clothes, and
left the house, leaving no trace of their
Tact is a great quality and to a cer
tain degree may be cultivated. With
some ieople it is natural, and they can
employ it to their satisfaction, and
good of others, as in the case of a wo
man in a neighboring town. Her hus
band had contracted the habit of stay
ing out late at night. Without cause
he was jealous of his wife. She was a
tactful woman and determined to take' things was the Sianish merchant vei.
. ,, - , . , ! sel that was captured hv the Americans
advantage of his jealousy to cure him '.. Fe,,ruarv , ne .,;,, of ,ll0 ve!4(!e,
or his staying out so late. The first Was Pedro itilban, it is an iron clad
night after she had hit upon that plan vessel, that it what they call it down
of curing, when he knocked at the 'here. It is not a stylish vessel, but it
. , ' . . . . .. . I is a verv large one, its length is 12o feet
door, she whispered through the key ; aud ,H (-i4 fw)t hij,hi a.,d u a verv wjde
hole, "Is that you, Willie?" I Ier bus- j vessel. I was on the vessel fiom top
band's name is John, and he stavs at to bottom aud it is built very strong,
home every night now and sleeps'with ! f also the American vessel Gussie,
... . it is a transiort vessel and was being
one eye open and a revolver under his ! lo.u!et, jtn lml)es to u, s.lIltjllK
pillow. j De Cuba, 1 was tiiere when it started
Bl.K.nifield Times Julv 29.-Tbe re-1 ufr. j1 "A" very nicely and at a
ports that reach us from various parts
of the county indicate that the peach
crop will not be one quarter of what it
was last year, while the apple crop is
generally nearly an entire failure.
An important decision aud of general
Interest, has been rendered by Judge
Lyons of this district,' who was on the
bench in the Columbia court, at
Bloomshurg, w hen the now celebrated
case of John H. Kisetihower, the de
posed principal of the Centralia public
schools, was tried. Eisenhower was
elected principal for a term of three
years, and when he had served one
year he was ousted without any charges
being brought against him. The court
awarded him nine months' salary,
S795, with interest and costs, and under
the decision he can recover pay for the
full term of three years.
TolK TO THK NoHTH VIA PENN
Visiting Watkins Glen, Niagara
Falls, Thousand Islands, Qtteliec, ,
Montreal, An Sable Chasm, Lake
Champlain and Lake tieorge, Sar
sitnga, aud the Highlands of the
Hudson. Leave Philadelphia by
special train August lr. The
tour will be in charge of one of the
company's tourist agents. An ex
perienced chaperon will also ac
company the party, having espe
cial charge of unescorted ladies.
The rale of !) from New York,
Brooklyn, Newark, Trenton, Phila
delphia, Harrisburg, Baltimore,
and Washington covers railway
and boat fare for the entire round
trip, parlor-car seats, meals en
route, hotel entertainment, trans
fer charges, carriage hire in fact,
every item of necessary expense.
For detailed itinerary, tickets,
or any additional information, ad
dress Tourist Agent, Pennsylvania
Kailroad Company, llJNi Broad
way, New Rork ; 800 Fulton St.,
Brooklyn ; 78! Broad St., Newark,
N. J.; or Geo. W. Boyd, Assistant
General P:iseenger Agent, Broad
Street Station, Philadelphia. 2t.
An adjourned argument court was
held on Saturday, beginning at 9
o'clock a. m., Judges Lyons, Swartz
and Sterrett occupied the bench.
In the matter of the exception to the
report of reviewers appointed to vacate
a road laid out in Tuscarora and Ick
townships, beginning at or near the
upper railroad station in East Water-
ford and ending at or near the residence
of Samuel Smith in Lack township,
the Court handed down an opinion
dismissing the exceptions to the report
of the reviewers.
Iu the assigned estate of Michael
Shelley, of Delaware tow nship, the re
port of the Auditor making distribution
of balance in hands of Assignee con
In the matter of the estate of George
Waldsmith, who from long absence is
supposed to be dead, letters of admin
istration having been ordered by the
i i .1 . .i. '
Court It was also oruereu luai iik
money in the hands of the Court be
paid to the Administrator.
The Court couflrmed the annexation
to the borough of Mifflintown, of B. F.
Schweier's addition to said Borough.
John Stoner as tax collector of Fer
nianagh township filed bis bond in open
Court, which was approved. ' ' "
In the estate of Elizabeth Klinger,
deceased, rule at instance of George
Klinger on John Klinger, one of the
executors in said estate to show cause
why he does not join with the petition
er in the sale of decedents real estate
Iu the estate of Elizabeth Fulkrode,
deceased, recognizaace entered into
by Addison Fulkrode with Eli Portz-
line as surety for lands taken iu par
tition. In the estate of A. J. Ferguson de
ceased, W. II. Robison guardian of
Alvin F. Kowe, was granted power to
join with heirs of A. J. Fergusou de
ceased, in sale of decedents real estate.
In the estate of Harrison McAlister
deceased, report of Auditor filed in
open Court and confirmed iri.
In the estate of Edward A. Smith
deceased, return to order of sale of real
estate, of a house and lot in Mexico to
Dr. H. F. Willard for $675.
In the insolvent proceedings begun
by Jacob K. Howard who has been in
rcerated in Fort Stoner for the
crime of fornication and bastardy, since
the February term of Court, the Court
discharged the prisoner.
In the case of the Commonwealth vs.
B. F. Juukin who was found guilty of
desertion at the February Term of
Court and sentenced to pay his wife
in petitioned the Court to be discharged
from the sentence as he and his wife
were living together. The Court held
the matter over until September.
In the estate of John B. Woodward
deceased, exceptions to widow's elec
tion and appraisement of real estate
argued by counsel. Court dismissed
the exceptions and placed the costs ou
Rule to open judgment in case of It.
F. Demaree. vs Henry Reese and Al
fred Nickle, argued and held under
In the matter of the exceptions to
allowance of witness fees for plaintiff
in the case or Js. L. Stiuman vs. Mrs.
Sarah Moyer. Case argued and held
under consideration by the Court.
A LETTER FROM FLORIDA.
Tampa, Fi.okika, July 21, 1898.
DkakSik: I will take my time to
try and tell the cople of Juniata a
little alout the South, it is very warm
here, and is raining nearly every day.
It is a healthy climate, and when they
culled it the Sunny South, they gave it
a good name for it is as warm as
Jupitor when the sun is not shining.
It is the rainy season of the year that
is now at hand, and I am told that it
rains every day for two months, and
I think that is nlsnit the way It will he
for some time. I was at Port Tampa
.kit Vtllllltttl tttft nitl) .tTw KMVV UillftA
! line sights, one of the most amusing
j , k ; U5sh ,a w,
tile jew lish, and several kindsof small
er lish. it is a sight for one w ho sel
dom sees the waters of the deep to go
there. I went there with the inten
tions of seeing what was to be seen.
There were a number of othei vessels
iu the bay and they were troiug and
coming all the time, there is not as
large a soldier camp i:t Kort Tampa as
there is here at Tampa, this is a large
soldier cum p. 1 do not like the cities
iu the south, they are not as nice as
the northern cities. The streets in
Tampa are in a terrible condition, the
sand is about 6 inches deep, and the
buildings are not very nice, they are
the common old frame houses, plainly
built. The store windows are finely
decorated with shells of all kinds that
are found along the sea shore, they are
very pretty. 1 suppose you have all
heard of Tampa Hay Hotel, I must say
that it is the finest building here, cud
is as nicely furnished as any hotel I
ever saw, there is no barroom in this
hotel, it is a summer resort, and no
rum is allowed. It is the only build
ing of any account about here. 1
would not live here, I like the climate
but I do not like the way the people
talk, they are mostly all Cubans and
of course" that is why the 1kvs do not
like it. We cannot understand their
language. Some of them are w hite butj
the most are oarK complecleu, ana
very rough looking, but some of them
are very nice jieople. Tiiere are a few
of them that we can understand and
they are always ready to treat us kind
ly, and will do anything they can for
the IWiys in Blue. There is a smnll
town here called Cuhantown, and they
are all Cubans in it, and the city of
Tampa is mostly all Cuban eople.
American people are scarce, bi;t in the
evening w heu the Boys in Blue get in
to the town, then the Americans are
all that can be found. We have drill
twice a day. 1 1 is so hot here that we
have to drill iu the morning and even
ing. We have three hours drill in the
morning and two hours iu the evening
making five hours a day, the extra
time we have we make use of by clean
ing our guns, revolvers and sabres, we
always have to have them clean for in
sjiection, which is every Saturday.
Troop 1!., of the 2nd Cavalry left today
for Porto Rico, and we expect to be
moved some time in the near future.
1 notii-ed that the papers stated that I
had joined the 1 tough Riders aud gone
to Oil a, but that is a mistake, 1 was
asked to join the Rough Riders hut
have not joined them yet, I can join
them any time but 1 think 1 will stay
w here 1 am for the present time, I have
nice ortlcers iu this troop. If I join the
Rough Riders 1 will write to you and
let you know that I have done so, but
1 kindly ask you to state that I am
still a meralier of Troop F., Second Cav
alry, and will remain in it for the pres
ent tunc. I will make a brief mention
of the railroad down here. The en
gines are all run bv firing with wood.
they do not use coal, they burn noth
ing but pine, ana they are the old style
engines they are small and look very
funny, they have small trains and can
not run fast and they make more dirt
than they are worth. When an engine
passes the deot it almost makes a per
son sick w ith the smell of the pine. I
will close this letter by thanking all
my friends in Miflliii for the many
favors they did for boys of Juniata the
day we left that place and hope that
we may return safelv to our homes to
do the same for them in some wav. I
hope this letter will find the people of
Juniata in good health and enjoying
the victories or the American Army.
Yours very Truly,
Joseph M. Pannebaker.
TO FIX THE
The aterbury American quotes a
farmer as follows:
"Every year I hear of caterpillars de
stroying whole orchards. There is
nothing so easy to dispose of. I bore a
bole iu the tree deep enough to reach
the sap, fill the hole with, sulphur aud
plug it up. The sap takes the sulphur
to every nniD ana twig, and the cater
pillars disappear at once. I have used
it for years."
Wnarn the Kidneys,
healthy state, a
ness can hardly
well and strong.
in passing water.
Nothing is so good for caring diseases of the Kidneys, Bladder and Urinary
Organs as Dr. David Kennedy' a 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 bsj
pointed endorsement, signed by the sisters of that famed and pious institution:
"We have nsed 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
baying it, send your fall postoffioe address to the
De. David Kkknedy Corporation, Rondout, N.Y.,
and mention this faper. Yon will then
receive a sample bottle, free, and circulars
giving full directions for its use. You can
depend upon the genuineness of this offer,
and all sufferers should take advantage of it
at once. The regular size is sold by all
for $1.00 a bottle, and it is well worth
BARGAIN and SUMMER
Commencing this week unci
will Continue this sale un
til nil Summer Goods
are sold out.
Si mmer Dices Goods, HgLt, crol ted dainly, 6uch
as Freneli O.gamlies, Dimitiss, IV.tisb-s, and Pigu s
and wiil cost, von only 7 cen!s to 15 tents, only
half price. Irish and Figureil Lawns, 10 jMds
for 4.5 c?nts.
ivoasTEO and wqoien mm GOODS.
St-rgfs, IImic.(.!.:s, N.vlI-.hs of Frcr.cb and Do
luffctic MftLufjetuii rs, at specially low and extra
. Reduced Prices. One word. If you aro interested
. , at nil in Economy you will be iuterc&ted in this ;
verv special sale of DrtKs GccJs.
LADIES AND CWtDBENS DEPARTMENT
Ladies Shirt AVai's fcr 25 cents, former price was 50 cents, and
all our Shilt Waieta at Fpcialiy low pricee. Ladies Dress
Skirts at $1 25 to 1.7o. Liuies Wrappers from 50 cts.
to $! 10. 2,000 yr ls of unbUaclio 1 rr.us'in, at 9
1 : t : to 15 cci ta. 2000 yards of Hecchc-d ynrd
Ms muslin et 5 ceuls, 2000 yards (.f
II iil best blcncttd, vrd wido innsJir,
at 6 ciol3. 2000 jards cf Em
broideries at onc-fcurih cf the price.
Sud shades ncd Sun umbrellas at redmtsd
prices. SHOES! SHOES ! SHOES! Mens
Ludies' and Childrecs foot wear, at extra reduced
- and specially low prices. Carpet Clearing Sale,
and extra Bargains. Y -u will save mcny
by buying your Caprets st the pres
ent time. WALL PAPER. Wo
st-ll you a splendid pattern
cf fancy Woll Paper s.t
very low and rcduc
Lace Curtains and Draperies ar.d Wicduw Sli;dp, fit specially
reduced prices. Here is everybody's opportunity to make tho
mighty dollnr yrow mightier in results.
103 to M, Bridge Street.
1865, ESTABLISHED, 1897.
Special Invitation To The Vublit
Te attend the Attractive Sale of
THE IMMENSE STOCK
D. W. HARLiET.
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS'
Who nave money to invest to
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLEli
of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't fail
to give him a call if in need of Clothing -
D. W, HARLEY
Bladder sad Urfmary Organs arsta
person is practically disease proof. Sick
find a foothold when those organs are
The Kidneys sift and strain from the
blood poisonous and waste matter, when they
are weak and diseased, the poisonous particles
pass off, bat remain la the system. They
canse pain in the small ox the back, StoM
ia the Bladder, and Bright' s Disease.
It is easy to tell if your Kidneys are
disordered. Pat some wine ia a bottle or
glass for 34 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 seasatioa
Clothing that goes on daily
examine the Stock of Goods for
H0LL0BA0GH fk SON,
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 Tor
NOBBY SUITS, LATE STYLE
hats or any thing in the gents fur
We have half our SPRING stock
sold bv the time most clothiers get
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 XVTlSr STREET,
S T ORE
THIS STOKE SETS THE PACE.
THAT'S WHY YOU LIKE IT.
Things are never dull here; sever stupid. The fall life of the store el
wijf. has a cheerful welcome for all comers, and shoppers are quick to deoide
in favor of the Great Values to be fouud in oar new
K. H. M'CLIWTIO
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THE PEJMSYLV4AIA HAIL-
ROAD'S FOrilLAR EXillR
SIOKS TO THE SEA
SHORE. August 4 is the date of the next
Pennsylvania Kailroad low-rate twelve
day excursion to Atlantic City and the
principal South Jersev seashore resort.
A siiecial train of Pullman imrlor carel
and day coaches will leave Pittiburg
on aiiove mentioned date at .. a. in
arriving at Altoona 12.1-5 p. in., where
Htop tor dinner will be made, reachiuc
Philadelphia H.lii p. in., and arriving
Atlantic City, via the Delaware Kiver
Undue route, the only all rail line, at
8.40 p. m. PasreuRers may also sieiid
the nieht in Philadelphia, aud proceed
to the phore by any regular train from
Market Street Wharf or Broad Street
Station on August 5.
Tickets will he sold from the stations
at the rales named below
Altoona, $8 00
liellwood 8 00
1-2.ST, p. m.
Tvrone, 7 65
rfuntiuKdoii, 7 10
Mount Union, 6 75
Liewistowii Junc't. 6 00
Milllm, 5 65
Newport, 5 00
Stop for dinner.
Tickets will also he good on regular
trains leaving Pittsburg at 4.30 and 8.10
p. m., carrying sleeping cars to Phila
delphia, and 7.05 p. m., carrying Pull
man sleeping cars through to Atlantic
For detailed information iu regard to
rates and time of trams applv to ticket
agents, or Mr. Thomas E. Watt, Dis
trict Passenger Agent, Pittsburg. 2t
THE PANNEBAKER ISLAND
The 25th Annual Harvest Home, at'
SaniMrhttker'M Island will be held on
Saturday, August 6, 1898.
A Spseully Saleoted Stoek ef
Kansas, Cook, Parlor and Shes
Horse Ulaokets and Lap Robes.
LAMPS, large and small.
Come in and look around. We'll
make jcu fol at home.
We bave the largest Stook and
Store in tbe county.
have ion Mora Tolom'?
ARE VOL! A BORROWER T
THREE PER CENT
I'AID 0M TIME CERTIFICATE,
Money Loaned at Lowest B iu.
JUNIATA VALLEY BAM.
OF MIFFEINTOWN, PA.
Stockholders Individually Liable-
JOSEPH KOTHROCK. Prendtut.
T. VAN IRWIN, CMt
W. C. Pomcroy,
Robert B. Parker,
T. V. Irwin.
Joalah h. Bsrtos,
George A. npner, Annie H. Shelley,
Joseph Kothrock, P. W. Kscbeek,
L. E. A'SriuscB, B. E. Parker,
W. C. Pomeroy, J. Holmes Irwin
John Hertzler, Jarorue K. Thompson, '
Charlotte Snyd r,
T. V. Irwin.
John M. Blair,
T. M. M. I'ennell,
M. N. Sterrttt.
Joitiah L Barton,
Robert H. Pattmoe .
3. J. Shellenber sr,
M. K. Schlrgel
James G. Heading,
Bamnt.l SrhH gi'I.
Three rvr runt. iclerHKt will h.
cei ideates nf deposit.
Dan 28, 1898
Wing yoo wealth. Write JOHN WIDDauaV
BURN A CO., Patent Attorneys. Waafclaauaw
for their $1,300 prise or. '