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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 15, 1899.
BrR RiPTioN $1.00 per year If paid
la advance; fl.qo if not pall In ad
vance. TratiMleiit advertising and Inmi
Sieber, Shelly Kanffraan, David
' 8eoondaiyhool.MaiyE. Mc
4th Clrade: Ertith Miles, Ethel
Hall, Grace Xoltle, London Sietwr,
3rd Grade: Elsie Noble.
Primary SohoolMaryA. Laird,
teacher. . .
2nd Grade: Irnia Sielter. Slli
Varnes, Micella PaKe, Walter
notices 8 oentH a line. it muni. .ionn criRwell.'
Deductions will be made to those de- ' V Grale: Kdith Kinzer, Edna
string to advertise by the year, half or i ' Harry Renuinger.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
LIST OP JIT ROBS FOR DECEM
; , BER TERM, 1890. v
Sheriff Stoner will sell at 1 o
Dr. Kin New Divery. ZtS0 .P.v. J. W
- . fMJF ' -Mivti u 'IM
The ground wan frozen on. Trim- ;lst
Bergey. John .
Deen. Jonah IT.
Fry, J. B.
Hostetler. James W,
Leach. W. S.
McMnllin. James J.
Weijfle, W. H.
Rniuliereer, O. E.
Smith. Nelson G.
Snyder, IT. H.
iSpecht. Peter W.
l he Kitssian government
to lorrow money.
There is a stringency
York money market.
Churches in tovns are getting
reartv for the usnal winter revival
Mody the evangelist has a big
revival meeting going on in Kan
sas citv. s-S
f A house and lot on Washington
Sjtreet as the property of
iwemuer .Sterrett, Charles
I t a l -wr s.
i van Ortiir. TV K
E- A ' Weaver. Jos. S.
i titii t a "-
five. acre lot with house and . w
few stable thereon in Walker township wilt Lewis -'
as the Dronertv of Nancv T&ml- I
A farm of 58 acres with - house r r' 1 " v - ,v"v"
and barn and out bui'dings in Andrews, Jacob
Greenwood township as the prop-1 Beale. D. Porter
ertyof Jacob Carl. . i Beers, Theodore
A house and lot in Port Royal Bo, J. II.
as the property of Anna B. Sieber Bon"i". Lo R.
and Isaac N. Sielier. (Cupp, David
George Bitrtlev is in from Pitts
burg seeing his friends while on a
To TiO.vx. Five hundred dol
lars. Call on WillKTforceSi-hwever
1 A house and lot in Port Roval as 1 Detra, J. G.
the property of Anna B. and Isaac ' THven, DavidN
,N. Sieber Dysinger. Jacob
I Tlie undivided one half of 400 Eai nest, John
.acres of mountain land in Milford ' Etka, John
township as the property W. T. I Frymoyer, IT. W.
, and J. K. Graham. ' I Oomlling, Edward
A tract of 407 acres mountain : l,n,.v-M
Stewart, and Brnee Robison of
P'.ilo tnvrnshin tool- in tha Vtiwu. land in Milford townshin as the
ition at Philadelnhia last week. ' .property of W. T. and J. K. Gra-1 Harley, Philip
ham Isenlerg, Moruecai
The McCrnm farm in Milfonl A tract of 403 acres of mountain I Kell, S. H.
township, was no' sold at public ( land in Milford township as the j Keller, David
sale, lecause ot low price offered. , property of Wt T, and J. K. Gra-1 Knouse. T. N.
Tn.mnrrftir Timrc.., v.. ham. ! Koous, L. L.
iv iii'jxw.-- iu-.uminji ivv!Wi r . . .
i ne imuiviuea one-nan 01 swrea "
' of land in Milford township as the Kurtz, v. II.
property of W. T. and J. K. Gra- Landis, Joseph H.
ham. , Tanver, Jacob 31
! A tract of 100 acres mountain ianver. josepu
1nd in Tnplwtt townshin as the ' Tng, Clark
of the death of Mr. Will's mother. Property of Anna B. and Isaac N. 1 1 thers, J.
2oieber. McClmtic, K. H.
J. H. Stoner and Wm. Tjanver A farm of 175 acres with two McConnell, John S.
cansrht a coon the other night and Bt0ry ' dwelling honse and out-1 McMeeu, II . B.
sold it to S. Boyd Murray of this buildings in Fermanagh township . Murphy, James L.
Plw- . as the property of David S. Sieler. Olrholtzer, Amos
It is a fine to Philadelphia, accouht national ex-i uioiiisii, oouu -v.
I ? . ; f 1
ler li;. is to De l-ennsyivarr.a iiay
at the National Export Exposition.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Miss Margie Kauffman is teach
ing Anson Will's school on account
al Exoort I posit ion. it is a
Exposition. ' ,OBT exposition, low rates via
' ! PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD.
The AmosStonffer farni a mile pnWia Rdlroad Com-
and a half st of town was sold at j arraiged for special excur-
public sale to Manbeck & Nelson ' . Ph:,ft(le,Dhitt on Ooio-
for f 0,110.00. . 10 A 6 November 9 and 23. i Smith, C. J.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve. socount National Exrt Exposition, j Smith, Sr., George
. ty e Round trip ticket, good to return , Stoner, Elmer M.
Charles Ancker and wife, of . ino-ndina d .y of ia Swarner. David C.
Wal .j w-il a vvaslnnp'ton. are-vis- . ; . i .- . -.
........ ' . fup. will be sou on aiove :aifs irim
itingat the home of Mr. Anclsefn po;ni8 on the Pittsburg Division,
father on Washington street. Monongahela Division, West Pecn-
ITon. Daniel Fallon, Lord Mayor t pylvania Division, Cambria and Ciear-
of Dublin, will make an address in fie'd D.vtsion, Altoona uivision, ly
Altoona December 5, in the inter
Rollman, S. H.
Schrawder, W. li.
Trego, John E.
et, of the Parnell monument fund.
Mr. "W. W. Mauleck and son and
Mr. James Nelson, spent several
davs .in Philadelphia last week
lnlrAI in niiAll IhO h.YIMrXl I 1I1T1
Dr. King's New Discovery
' Mrs. Hannah Lauver of K
Bister of County Treasurer Landis,
.. . . . . . m t. ? T
is visiting old time menus in h- l
ette. and her brother
Mrs. Thomas Winey of Kansas,
formerly of . JIcAlisterville, a
daughter of Judge Smith, decease
ed, is now visiting friends in and
about McAlisterville .
Last Thursday night the barn of
G. Howard Pearson, at Stroud's
Mills, Mifflin county, was destroy
ed bv fire with the year's crop.
The origin of the fire is not known.
t)r. King's New Life Pills.
Grace M. E. c hurch at Harris
bnrg was rededicated last Suuday
afternoon. It is the church in
which the Legislature of 1S97 held
its sessions after the Capital wasi
burned. ( 1
Robert McMeen, Esq., ilber
iorce Schwever, Esq., Deputy Rev
enue Collector Carl F. Espensvhade,
aud Squire J. Frank Patterson,
were in Philadelphia last Friday,
and while there took in the sights
of the Export Exposition.
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
A Chicago man is building a
plow to lie propelled by oil or gas
oline. The plow can le worked by
one man. It will do the work of
8 men and 1 horses. The plows
can le taken off and the machine
used for hauling purposes land for
driving a thresher, corn sheller
and small saw-mill.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
roDe Division (txcept Ijock naenj,
Mi.ldle Division, Bedford Division
and Frederick D.vision (except York
Htllim, and Wrightsville), and from
all points on the Philadelphia, Wil
mirgtoa and Baltimore Riilroad, at
rate of s'ngle fare for the round trip.
us admission to the Exposition (no
rate less thaa one dollar). For ppe
eific rates apply to Ticket Agents.
The National Export Exposition
as surpassed all expectations in the
extent and variety of its exhibits, and
in its general excellenc3 and attrac
tiveness. The Implement JsnuaiDg,
containing a marvelous display of
farm machinery, is particularly in
ter?sting to agriculturalists. The
band concerts and diverting midway
furnish delightful entertainment for
PUBLIC SCHOOL REPORT.
The following is the report aud
honor roll of the Mifflutown schools
for the second month euding No
V hole iiumlerin attendance dur
ing the mouth 176; attendance 157;
number of pupils neither alisent
nor tardv S3. The honor roll con
tains the names of pupils who were
tardy and who
received !0 per cent, or more in
deportment aud in general average.
High School. W. C. Douuelly,
10tb Grade: Hess Berry, Fannie
Ellis, Isalielle Robison, Edua Har
lev, Cora Reitz, Rorie Kauffman,
Mabel Hackenberger, Karl Bergey.
uth Oniric: Vesta Annian, Edy-
the Picken. Lavenia Kodgers,
Braiuanl McNeal, Jonas Kauffman,
Harry Sieler, 1-Mward Wagner,
Beverley Mayer, Edgar Noble.
Grammar School. Mary E.
Hi mm ttnlflicr.
Nth Grade: Anna Bonsall, l-xlith
Bon&ill, MaryCrawfonl, Katharine
i.......,uli.if s-hool. W. E.
A 11111:111. teacher.
fit h Grade: Anna Walley, Grace
Sieber, Estella Sherlock, Emily
McNeal, Anna Calhoun, Alta Ber
ry. David Crawford, Rolert Doty,
Russell Shaver, Kaipu
The teachers institute will be co n
vened in the Court Honse on Mon
div, December 27, 1899.
Course tickets for evening enter
tainment, with reserved seats for
concert $1. Single admission, Mon-
dav tvenincr free. Tuesdar, VVednes
lay- and Friday evenings zo cenw,
nrsdav evening 00 cents.
Tickets will be on sale at Bank 8
and Crawford's drug stores.
Tbe price of admiss.on hap been
lowered in order that every person
who desires may attend these enter
rehire "The Biceest Word in
the Dictionary." Prof. Cbarles C.
Ellis, Juniata College.
Entertainment 'The Rogers Oril
Iey Recitals, Recitations, Ioapcrsona-
Lecture Uncrowned Kings," Dr.
W. L Sherman Culp,
Cencert C. M. Parker Grand Con
Lecture "Saul of Tarsus," Hon
George R. Wendling, Washington,
' The quarantining of malignant
diseases meets with general approval,
but to quarantine people for ailments
from which those tfflicted are not
sick enough to snake them feel a lit
tle more than indisposed is not right.
A slight rash on children in inis town
has caused a quarantine to be placed
orhom Kuch ailment manifests itself.
Not a single case of such ailment has
been seriously ill. No one has tak
oArionnlv ill from those afflicted
k tha rush. The fact is the ail
ment that has manifested itself here
and there in the town is one of the
mificant ailments. It 18
t n'eartv h nainfnl and trouble
some and dangerous as toothache and
neuralfria. What would be thought
..f n,..nntininff a family because
i,vr f the family had become af
flicted with tooth ache or neuralgia.
Tbe whole thing would be laughable
and is laughable, but tneie is anom
... .an.t r.f thn case It is quite 1
serious thing for a set of men clothed
with a little brief authority uoder tbe
f&milv when no
detrimental disease af
flicts the famUy. Ik i infringe
the. riffhts of a man to
UIOUV lv- - . 1 a
orovide for himself and family to shut
him up witnoui muwum - ;
tainty that the man or bis family is
mAthinr that is ininnous to
Thompson town .
People blame their preachers for
m . a ! S.
not preacniDg direcuy agmins uw
evils in tbeir respective comnranitiea.
Perhaps the preachers do not teO all
they know about their people and it
is well they do not. How could a
preacher live in Mifllintown if he
would lift the lid off the boiler of the
lives of .people in this community and
let bis hearers take a peep into the
donble lives that are being lived
The community would be so shocked
at the picture of itself that tbe preach.
er would be 'driven from the com
munity for 'telling the truth. Tbe
best the ministers can do is to talk
in such a way that people may see
the evil of their way and repent.
Ezekiel Owens, died at the home
of John Sheerer, in Tell township,
Huntingdon county, recently. He
had lived many years in Lack town
ship, Juniata county. He was al
most a hermet in his manner of liv
ing. He worked by tbe day when
ever he could secure a day's work,
and it was believed that he spent his
money as fast as he made it. When
he fell sick With typhoid fever at Mr.
Sbeerer's home, Mr. Sheerer deemed
what he thought was proper to pro
tect himself and secure help to take
care of 'the sick man, bv making appli
cation to the poor authority of Lack
township for aid to take care of Ow
ens. Oae evening when it was clear
to the mind of Owen that the end of
the journey of his life was near, he
called for Sheerer, and when he had
come to the bed side, Owen reached
into a pocket in bis shirt and drew
out a leather pocket book and band
ed it to Sheerer, saying, "take that.
count what is in it, there is more in
it than will pay for the touble I am
making and for my funeral expenses.
Tbe pocket book was opened, and
sueb a surprise, there was money in
it, there were checks in it, the check;
were so worn that they had at last
report not been "ciphered out " Tbe
money was counted and amounted to
seven hundred and seventy-seven
dollars and forty five cents. Owens
died, bnt he was no burden on tbe
lax pavers. Tbe money he saved
paid his funeral expenses, and he
passed out of tbe world witnout
owing it anything.
tetei? spa QUca
,. ... ' r.- v -
Dr. Dmrid K.wmmeij'm Fmrwitm Jtessd frqaaUy cares is I
snmbers of a family. While k is considered by maay be a Kidawy aa4
nuaamt Hedicue. it Is jut aa certain to ear Dyspepsia, Censtipatiaa, Mm
matism. Scrofula and Kcscnia. This is because it Brat pats the Kidney 1st
BMitny ooaOIUon, so they can sift all imparities from ;, the
HMlthy blood practically means a completely healthy r.j?i . body.
Her la a latter from Mrs. Capt. Prria Race, of
N. T.: "My husband was troubled with bis kidnsys,
f arfohy wita shooting pains through his back. H
Dtxrid Kennedy FuroriU Xm4y, and
is now well and strong. Although
seventy years of ag. h is as hearty as
a man many years younger. I was so
troubled with Dyspepsia that it was
painful for in to walk.
My food did m no good,
as my stomach could
not digest it Somsbody
taking two bottles of h
I was completely cured,
and am feeling splendid
now. W both attribute
our good health to Favorite Remedy.'
It is proscribed with unfailing success for Nrv
Troubles, and for the Liver and Blood it is a specific.
It has cured many that were beyond the aid of other
medicine. Ask your druggist for it, and insist upon getting it. Don't take
substitute. It will cost you $1.00 for a regular full-sissd bottle.
Campto Bottlo Froo
If you want to try Favorite Remedy before buying, send your full post
office address to the Da. David Kennedy CoaroaATiON, Roadout, N. Y.. and
mention this taper. They will send you a free trial bottle, all charges prepaid.
This genuine offer is made to prove to ever' body what a wonderful medicine it to,
ST0E PEDDLERS NOT IN IT.
McClintic sails a No. 8 Steel
Range, Six holes and reservoir with
elevated warming closet. Size of top
42 inches by 29 inches; size of oven
18 inches by 21 inches for $35.00
cash or note for nine months.
vv or kmc niGirr and day
Tbe busied and mightiest litte thing
that ever waa made is Dr King's Near Lite
Pila. Eveiy pill is angar-coated globule
of health, that changes weakneaa into
strength, listlesaneas into energy, brain-fag
int nxrtil power. They're wonderful In
bri'ding up tbe health. Only 25c. per box
Sold by M. P. Crawford.
L liail'u -.y vmm-mgt w
fcilvia Rob, Louia the righto of other people.
Dr. King's New Discovery.
Miss Emma OTJeil spent Monday
Detectives - are- bunting -a. moosi
sbine whisky distillery near Altoona-
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
Dr. "Win. H. Banks has repainted
the rcof of his house on Main street.
Wheat was a foot high in some
fields in Perrv ountv on the 1st C
Mrs S. P. ErUman and dau
of Wilkeabarre. are iruests of E K
James Strayer, of Washington, D.
C, is visiting at the home 01 his
mother in Patterson.
Foster Bell and John McCauley,
who are employed at Burnhano, M f
fl:n county, spent Sunday at the lat
Carlisle has a population of 10,000
including the Indian 6chool and the
whiteuen's school. Tbe Indians and
and the college have a population of
Dewey has a new rich wif ; a new
$10,000 sword; a new "laving . cup
$5,000 puDch or lerconade bowl; a
new $1,000 watc'", and is himself the
hero of his day and generation.
Wm. G. Brindle aod Eva Brake of
St Thomas, Franklin county, were
married before daylight on the morn
ing of the 9th inst by Lutheran mi -isler
T. L. Goose. They were mar
ried at 5 o'clock in the morning so
that they might catch an early train
going to Philadelphia.
Millerstown, Pa., is set down by
tbe Washington death rate depart
mert as (he healthiest town on rec
ord. It has a population or 1 102
out of which only one person died in
I he year 1898. Liverpool nos a pop
ulation f 1200 out of which in 1898,
fifty-three people died. I
Emil Schott is now in New York
bnying a great assortment of holiday
goods, alo some of the latest s vests,
jackets, capes, dress goods, silks, lin
ings and trimmings, and other winter
goods, to be sold at bargain prices.
By next Saturday and Mondiy some
goods will be ready for inspection.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
A western dreamer on fast trans
portation, talks of organizing a com
pany to construct an elevared two
track railroad from New York to Sao
Francisco over which to travel at tbe
rate of two hundred miles an hour.
One trip on anenginerunningattbat
rate of speed would be enough to give
the engineer nervous prostration.
The November "Cosmopolitan"
will bring pleasant recollections to
the millions who saw the recent
Dewey celebration in New York, and
will give other millions the first ade
quate idea of those remarkable days
It contains a very fine collection of
piotures cf scenes in the metropolis
when the Admiral was welcomed
Accounts of the wonderful daring
of the American soldiers come from
Manila. The other day 19 Americans
charflred an entrenchment at Bam ban
There were 100 Filipinos behind the
entrenchments, 20 of whom were kill
ed, the others fled. That is the kind
of fighting the Americans have been
doing ever since they went to Manila,
and vet tbe Americans have not made
much progress in suDauing me m
Dr. King's New Life Pills.
Bncklen's Arnica Salve.
Rain prevented a - sight of the
meteoric shower on the 14th inst.
There was snow enough for
sleighing in some of the towns of
both the north and west branch of
the Susqnehanna river on the 14th
Major John A. Logan, son of the
famous General Johu A. Logan.
was killed while leading a battal
lion against the Filipinos on the
1th inst. Six other American
soldiers were killed. He was 34
years of age.
Dr. King New LifePills.
ine Pennsylvania railroad com
pany have bought the Juniata ca
nal from Duncan's Island, Dauph
in county to Newton Hamilton dam,
Mifnin county, by deed, dated Oct.
18, lbiftK borne one is curious
enough to know whether that
menus a railroad on the line of the
of Fall and Winter Clothing.
Gents Furnishing Goods Furniture and Honse Furnishing Goods kef
arrived and we are now ready to serve the people. Our prices defy compete
A easb purchase of 15,000 worth of merchandise selected with care by na
Advanced prices in merchandise 'will not affect oar Urge departmsat storec '
We bought our stock lower this season than ever before. 1
A word of advice: We are sore of saving yon 25 per cent. '
WE IAD, OTHERS FOLTiOW.
Men's new Fall and Winter Single and Doable-Breasted Suits are $7.50
elsewhere, price bere $5.00.
Men's New Fall and Winter, Single and Doable Breasted Suits $10 else
where, prioe bore $7.50. f
Men's new Fall and WinterJSingle and Doable Breasted Suits $12.b'
elsewhere, price here $10.00.
Men's new Fall sort Winter Single and Doable Breasted Suits $15.0
elsewhere,. price here $12 00. J
Ho Fines Clothing In t&
Lend than Onr
Bargain Days! Bargain Daysl
COMMENCING NOVEMBER 16, AfiD WILL CONTINUE
UNTIL DECEMBER 2.
We need room for our disnlav ot HOLIDAY GOODS and
will therefore offer you a special reduction for a few weeks
on our goods in all our departments.
sTsTfc!ttll?"afBTlsf7,Ier Aduty you owe to ourself tocomehere
VHJiaj Vfiiu laaj aDd procure souie of tbese bargains
500 yards of 32 inch Bleached Muslin for 4i cen,f
2,000 yards of Dress Fitnneletta and Oute Cloth for 5 cent
720 Heavy Fleeced Ribbed Clildren Vest. 2 pants, for 10 to 75 cents.
250 Ladies' Cashmere Mitts for 12 cents P'r- 9 per sue.
150 Pair Heavy Knit Wool Lined Gloves 'or Aen for 25 oents.
1,000 yards of Dark Ginghams as 4 cents.
3,000 yards of Lancaster and Amoleag Ginghams for 5 cents.
1,000 yards of Black and Colored Sateens for 9 cent.
1,000 yards of Good Towlisg for 3 13 oents.
100 Flannelette Petticoats or Skirts for 24 oentl
, 100 Ladies' Wrappere for 49, 69 and 89 cents-
200 y.rdi All Wool Cloth for 25 cents.
400 yards of Fanoy Plaid Dress Goods for 74 cents
1,000 yards of Dark Caliooes for 31 cents, 10 vards " P"oe.
10o Comfortables, filled with goad ootton. for 98 cen
200 pairs of White and Colored Bed Blankets for 49 cecfg.
' SOOpairs cf Children's Heavy Cotton Hees for 5 oen- -
HXTnairs of Men's Seamless-Heavy Books for 5 cents - -
" 500 Ladies' Fleeeed Bibbed VesTsfo7r2jTWfit?
250 Ladies' Extra Heavy Fleeced Winter Vests for24-ce
250 Sails of Men's Heavy Shirts and Drawers for 48 cents.
250 White Unlanadr'.ed Shirts for 39 cents.
2,000 yards of Yellow Canton Flannel, 10 yards for 44 oents
2,000 yards of White Shaker Flannsl for A eents.
5,000 yards of all kinds o T.frooda at reduoedjirices.
2,000 yards of Cloth and Pants Goods ot reduced prices.
1,000 ysrda of Muslin, Sheetings, Flannels at rednoed prices.
Besides carrying an immense stock of medium grades of clothing we have
always shown tbe leading line of strictly fine and fasbionablo makes.
No trash permitted in onr Boys' Departmont, which scoouots for tbe gea
era! satisfaction. If at timpp, competitors use unreliable goods to advertise at
low prices, we meet it by making the same prices or lens, for dependable
makesfor our maxim must be upheld at any oost Better goods for the - same
money or the same goods for less money than any house in the Union. Boys
and Children's So its from $1 to $10.00. Youths or Young Men's suits from
$2.59 to 12.00.
The most correot Fall Head wear repres3Dted in our bat department We
arc doing the hat busineas in th e county. Always the lowest prioes, always
the newest shape., always tbe most reliable makes.
We are headquarters for Sweet, Orr & Co. Overalls and Shirts.
Tbe grandest display and largest assortment of Geits' Famishing Goods
to be found in the county.
ourfurniture and house furnish
ing goods Department-
This department is filled to its utmost capacity Four thousand feet of
wareroom space tells tbe tale ... , . v
0ur ability to save yon money is worth nothing unless you taKe aavaa
tice of it Call to see our grand assortment of parlor suits, couches, lounges,
fancy rockers, bed room suite, ohairs, extension tables, sideboards, chiffoniers,
ball racks, springs, mattresses, and anything to be had in a first olaes Turin
ture store. s ' , . "
A full line of fancy and decorated China glassware to be found at prioes
to defy competition.
AH furniture delivered free to any part of Juniats county.
LEADISCi C1.0TIIIER AUD rURHlTURE DEALER..
Wnx. On tbe 14th iust., in
Mifllintown, Mrs. Reliecca Will,
aged 7-S years, 7 months. Mrs.
Will died at her home on
Cherry street aliont 4 a.'iu., sur
ronmled by children and grand
children. She and her husband
Jacob Will, deceased, came to Mif
llintown from Lancaster county
about 40 years ago. Her husband
was many yeirs propricter of what
is now the National House Mr?.
Will was a devoted wife, an indul
gent mother and good neighlior,
and those with whom she was ac
quainted will miss her greatly.
Four children survive her: Name
ly Jacob Will, Anson B. Will,
Mrs. Kebeoca Davis, Mrs. I. 1).
Musser. The funeral will take
place on Thnrsday. afternoon at 2
o'clock. Interment in Union cem
Aikkk. On the 9th inst.,
Banks M. Auker, at the home of
his father Joseph Auker in Walk
er township, aged 25 years, lluios.
and " days. The deceased con
tracted typhoid fever at Pittsburg
where he was at work. He came
home and recovered from the fever,
but was stricken with pneumonia,
which resulted in his death. In
terment in the Lost Creek Men
nonite cemetery on Sunday, No
vember 11, 1W9.
Shkkfki.KK. Ou the 9th inst.,
at her home in Licking Creek Val
ley, Mrs. Tobith J. Slireffler, ag
ed 71 years, Sinos and 2 days. She
was only ill a few days. Inter
ment in the Lutheran cemetery in
Licking creek valley.
Wkkstkr McKay. On the
28th ult , by Rev. S. E. Davis, at
Locust Run, Walker township,
Jnniata Co.. Pa.. William Webster
aud Mary A. McKay.
Shkakker Frymoykr. On
the 5th inst., at Mahoutouga, Jun
iato Co.. Pa., by T. J. Nichols,
Justic-e of the Peace, Edward Clay
Sheaffer and Alice Lydia Frymoy
MJRRUOH LICENSE :
Foster A. Kauffman. Walker
township, Jnniata county, Pa
aud Margaret Frouk - Singer,
Tbomimoutowu, Juniata couutv.
Pa. , - .
500 pairs of Ladies' Heavy Winter Shoes, former prioe $1.50, all leather
for $1 19. 500 pair Ladies' Dress Shoes, former prioe $1.50, for $1.19
300 paira of Ladies' Shoes, former price $1.50 to $2 50, for 79 cents. 2,000
pairs of Men's, Boy's and Children Shoes at extra ordinary and special reduced
prises. 1,000 Ladies Rubbers for 2a cents a pair. 300 pairs of Men's Good
Felt Boot and Overs for $175, $2 and $2 50.
Jackets, Capes Coats, and Suits.
Our lane assortment of strictly taylor made Jackets, Capes, and Suits,
oontinue to draw tbe attention of tbe ladies, tbe valueand style are the best
obtainable. All we ask your inspection and comparison, yon are sure to buy,
also offer you 150 of styles Cloaks for ladies and children at $1, $2, and $3
fromer prioe $5 to $10 Corns qniok, before they are all gone.
CARPETS AND OIL CLOTH.
Striped Carpets for 12 cents. Domes! io Carpet for 20 cents. Flowered
and Home-Made Carpets for 25 eents. Table UU Cloth for Vll cents, a 2
yards piece of Fine Floor Oil Cloth fot 39 cent. Lace Curtain? Goods at
specially rsdused prioes. 500 rolls of Wall Psper, lotiner prioe was 10, 12 J
and 15 eents for 8 eents a doable bolt
Don't miss this opportunity and don't forget tbe Place and Date.
103 TO 109 BRIDGE STREET,
1865, ESTABLISHED. 1899.
Special invitation To The Publit
To attend the Attractive Sale ol Clothing that goes on daily
THE IMMENSE STOCK
TO THE ADVANTAGE OF ALL BUYERS
Who nave money to invest to examine the Stock of Goods for
MEN, BOYS AND CHILDREN
It is truly marvelous to See
THE BEAUTIFUL STYLEj
of Suits and Overcoats at the Wonderfully Low Prices.
His prices leave all Competitors in the rear, so don't f lil
to give him a call if in need of Clothing.
D. W. HARLE Y
MIFFLINTOWN - PA.
Tnscarora Valley Railroad.
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MONDAY, JUNE. 20,
RAILROAD TIME TABLE.
3ERRY COUVTT RAILROAD.
Tbe following schedule went Into effect
Nov. 10, 189C, and the trains will be ran as
Leave Arrive a. m p. m
Dnncannon 7 64 2 28
Kwg'a Hill 7 49 2 28
Sulphur Serines 7 4aJ20
Leonard's Grove. . . .
Spruce Hill . . . .
A. M- I M
7 251 45
7 31 1 51
7 37,1 57.
7 45 2 03
7 52 2 12
8 05 2 25
. 8 17 2 37
18 22 2 42
9 03 3 23
Trains Noa. 1 and 2 connect at I'ori Royal
wilb Wav PaBReneer and Seashore Express
on P. R. K.,tdNoe. 3 aLd 4 wilb Hail east
DAILt, EXCEPT SUNDAY.
Pleasarjt View. . . .
Leonard 'a Grove...
Blair's Mills Ar.
50 5 35
06 5 51
53 6 38
00 6 45
14 6 59
Trains Nos. 2 and 8 connect at Blair's
Hilla with Concord, Doyleburg Dry Run,
Noasville, Neeljton, Shade Gap; Shade
Valley and uosnorn a anon ogs jbiuen.
J. C. MOOKHEAD,
T. 8. MOORHEAD,
6 10 10 43
6 16 9 49
5 21 9 64
5 24 9 57
5 27 10 05
6 32 10 (7
5 84 10 17
6 87 10 30
6 02 10 35
p. m a. m
7 86 2 08
Train leaves Bloomtlold at 6.63 a. m.,
and arrives at Landisburg at 6.23 a. m.
Train leaves Landishurg at 6.08 p. m., and
arrives at BloomSuld at 6.40 p. m.
All atations marked () are flag stations,
at wl.ict trains will come to a full atop on
Cbas. H. Smuit, S. H. Pso,
NEWPORT AND SHERMAN'S VAL
ley Railroad Company. Timo table)
of passenger trains, in effect on Monday,
Hay 181b, 1896.
STATIONS. West- Fast
8 I 1 i T
r II ) A I A M rsj
Newprrt 6 06 10 35 8 30
Buffalo Bridge 6 0810 88 8 27 8 87
Juniata Furnace ... 6 12 10 42 8 23 8 6
Wahneta 6 16 10 45 8 20 8 60
Sylvan 6 25 10 62 8 16 8 46
Watr Plug 6 221101 8 11 8 4
Bloomtield Junct'n. 6 81 1109 808 388
Valley Road 6 39 11 09 8 00 a 82
Elliottabnrg 6 61 11 21 7 45 8 16
Green Park 6 64 11 24 ' Mi 8 10
Loysville 7 05.11 36 34 3 0
Fort Robeson 7 11 11 41 7 26 2 60
Center ?15 1H5 7 1,; 24a
Ciana'a Rnn 7 21 11 61 7 16 2 4
Anderaonburg 7 27)11 67 7 10 2 40
Blain 7 85112 06 7 08 2 88
Mount Pleasant ... 7 4l'l2 11 6 68 2 24
New Germant'n ... 7 46112 16 6 60 2 80
D. GRING, President and Manager
G. H.. Hiun, General Agent.
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