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EpygPAY, APR, 4, 19001
aPBSCBIn,,OS,, 00peryear U P11
WjUeut advertising and local
"rtaVni'temade to those de
airing to adverti by the year, half or
GoM, S01'1- away nortl1 at Behr-
Horse wle fralore on
s!im, atiie, norses soia
high at the farm sales
Dr. E1. r?rr "sited relatives in
this plare on Saturday.
The car load of horses sold on
Tnelay averaged 122.73.
Ex-Presi'lent Cleveland is said
to he for ISryan this time.
gwnt Monday in town with lady
Smie plowinjr for spring, crops .y. -
has ln digged iu' within the; jSPaAi -rn . .
Mtwe'i. . Ltrtv J. eakley of Atkinson's
. .... i!1"" sin town
.Mrs. liraiiy jvui.sijn oi vii , j
meat a week with her sister Mrs.
E. C. Ioiy.
Mrs. II. F. Wilson of Lewistown
has been visiting her daughter
jrrs. K. '. Doty.
Mrs Sterrett of Spruce Hill, was
a visitor among lady friends in
town on Tuesday.
Daniel Fisher of Patterson has
had an increase of pension from
$12 to ;?' a month.
John Pann ibaker and pharles
Lowrey tended the horses at the
horse sale on Saturday.
The 1st came on Sunday and
that caused much business to
over for :idi ust ment on Mondav. !
- v-"i.y, uaa ueen visinng nis pa
Flmer J. Warner of Fennanailli rents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hench in
township has gone to Philadelphia
to visit Airs. Sim Louder.
It is estimated that thirty mil
lion culil will c brought out of the
Khmdyke rigion the coming sum
mer. It h probably the hist snow of
the season this Wednesday morn-
Inr, April 4, ami is laie enough for
Money matters" coining to a focal
point on the 1st of April and a
horse sale brought many men to
town on Saturday.
John I. Hawk of Patterson left
Tuesday for the State of Alabama,
where he will visit his brother for
an indefinite period.
There was a false report last
W1Y H IUU iilt; IH U1J lllsV "".J i
ot iron ore on the ivspenscnaue
farm between the old pike and old
A corporation is said to be with
out a soul. That is the reason a
corporation does not go anywhere
when it dies. It simply remains
and is reorganized to play corpor
It is the opinion of Judge Purdy
of the Wayne district on the fox,
wild-cat and mink skins that is
causing so many county commis
sioners throughout the state to re
fuse to pay premiums on such
The late court in Fulton county
was an hour and a half long.
Court was called and all jurors
were discharged. One bill of in
dictment was laid before the grand
jury and while they were hearing
it the case was com promised and
they were immediately discharged.
The Chairman of the republican
county-committee in Lebanon, Pa ,
has returned the candidate an
nouncement fee of a senatorial
candidate and a representative
candidate, lecause the 'candidates
would not pledge themselves to at
tend aud abide by the party cau
cus, if elected to the legislature.
Horses pell higher in Juniata
county than in Philadelphia. Read
advertisement as found in city pa
wr DfMarrh 30th. 1000. $10 to
$05, no reasonable offer refused;
2S head ; sound, blocky build,
horses and mares, aged from 0 to
8 years. Philadelphia papers con
tained a number of such advertise
Chicago has 1000 doctors, and
4000 lawyers, and learned men
are so plentiful in Europe that a
beer brewery makes more money
than a profession of Creek in any
of the universities, but money is
not eveything in this world. All
of which is mentioned to show how
some professions are overcrowded
and how some business is not over
crowded. Herman Gohet in Wilkesbarre
was held in five hundred dollars
bond to keen the peace toward his
wife. He had peculiar spiritual
hallucinations and insisted on com-
m nni no" with his own notions at
night which kept his wife fiom
sleeping and petting her needed
rest. She was compelled to resort
to the law to settle Herman and
his spiritualistic notions.
The P.loomfield Times of March
30, 00 says: Lewis IJoyer aged
77 years, residing near Duncan
non, Perry county, has a distinct
Twnlleetion of how when he was
fup vpnrs old with two
41.. luii-a In. nl'i.-tfd ontheout-skirts !
Vic: irwj v ;
ir-n rX.. ..vli ra AAlintv
when two Indians came among
tii.n One of them took nun m
I I .. .... ,i h.nthpv tleil with
hi in to the mountains. He slept
tietweeu the Indians the night of
thP.l-vofhiseanture. The next
day his father with a party oi
j r -
white men overtook the Indians,
The Indians ran and left him. He
was happy in his restoration to his
father's home. It is news that
there were Indians in Dauphin Co.,
s. late as in 1S2S.
ngton a number of
v Some indcw k0 i , .
Satnrday L DMW at a sale is unlawful.
; - ue-iaiea ones.
i ne car-load r .,.'
$300.00 to loan nn
dress Wilberfor... hm,..
on or ad-
PhWranl. .... t .
and .iftT 1"pn "f88
and wife have moved to t
All the new creations
ann summer millineiy
Ickes', Tatterson, Pa.
-urs. cnas. stone and two little
usurers are visiting their moth
er Mrs. Hetty Strayer.
iu ioax, 91,000. For further
information call at the office of
v iiijerrorce Hchweyer.
Lyman Guss and Albert Part
ner are home from Gettysburg col
lege on their Easter vacation.
Joubert the commanding nnr.
al of the Boerland armies died of
MMue innammation of the bowels.
C.. i '..
representative citizens from al
i ai- , -ainty
inosi every section of the county
came to town on Saturday, Mon
day or Tuesday.
Jjiide Snyder a student of Get
tysbnrg college, is spending his va-
cation Willi hw parents Mr. andLrfL i J
Mrs. W. F. Snyder.
Miss Anna Gilbert of Fuel
Col., a student of Wilson colleee is
spending the Easter vacation with
Mrs. E. E. Mc.Meen in Patterson.
It is said a Pittsburg lawyer re
ceived one million dollars for
bringing about a peace ul settle
ment of the Carnegie-Friek squab
ble. S. P. Hntinson, superintendent
of the Lewistowu division has been
appointed to the new o.Tice of as
sistant general agent in Xew York
A tnnuel is to be run under
Xevv Yo.-k city for rapid travel
The management broke gronnd for
it a day or two ago with a
' S I
Mrs. Wm. Wyble
her home in Farrisburg, Saturday,
after having visited her parents
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Land is in
On Sunday on a motion on the
question of calling a minister the
Presbyterian by a vote of 36 to 13
determined not to call a minister
at this time.
Joseph Arbogast of this
spent the 1st inst , in Millerstown
and while out driving at that place
w. s thrown out f a buggy and had
his face scratched.
Easter is to come late on the first
Snndav sfter the next full moon
When is that? Well, every third
person savs. the weather will not
settle till after Easter.
Miss T. M. London
Spring Opening of
Trimmed Hats .t Millinery Goods,
Tuesday, April 10th, 1900
Unclaimed letters in post office
at Patterson, Pa., April 2. 1900,
were for: Miss Blanche Ix)gart
Miss Ella Russell, John Brown,
Lewis Smith, Andrs Lietenski
James Murray is at home from
Philadelphia on a visit of several
weeks. He had charge of the Xa-
tiomil house last week durine the
almence of his brother S. Boyd
Murray in a city hospital.
T he tunnels of the Pennsylva
nia Central railioad are to be lit
with electric lights. Perhaps in
time in time to come the road from
one end of the line to the other
may be lit witn electric ngnt
Bartlev and the eeneral
nent of the firm for which he is
. " - nrzm I Aw.
traveling, drove from MifniDtown
in a bncerv. to Beavertown, Snyder (
county, across Shade mountain, by at the Lutheran . parsonage was
way of McAlisterville, last Friday, made that the buggy made
Ti,. ut Krini- n-9 il:ixl in the'made the tnrn running on two
railroad tunnel on the night of the
ni.i. ..r Ar.,,ii-nn,i tho ora -
. i.i wmnHv
..:.,. i,.., t-ho i; At and
T. ..i,r irt a.,f..i.,
. jKlVil iii.urr.ij ini uu uauuuuj
for Jefferson hospital for treat
ment for blood poison from a cut
on the back of his hand by the lid
of a can of fish that he was open
in tr some davs since. Dr. Lu-
cian Banks accompanied him there.
! I 11 G
Puerto Rico bill imposing a
r"f j . m-v
'day. The 15 per cent
A ' 111
. . . tiii- oxr
10 rprnrneu io mo
. i a - . i. T.ft.ifMifia to!
give weu. ui
government. Attej two yeara
,,.iort thov ran rainc www
CAiJlt" M tn rnn their eov -
anions lu"""- . te iff
etuckeu off and traae ana
ness "f 2d other
sylyania ana lomoi
- - - wm
p"Konis, Dnt soch is not the cue.
ly enmpMl , jT
mSIKL dryw bosi-
rw v!n,1p-Snyder the enter
priMnRfarnirnreman and under-
wenc to Lfl.nraarr
and remained ow RnT.iI 7
the weight of years, she beine
OatUrtlaV the LnthrAn nrtn.
Ration elected officers: Elder,
r'iJL' , e,dn,an; Deacons, Joseph
jTT Cramer, iamer
iff Tr i ' oamuei wniorr, j.
N. Keller. A fpr titto
rv-Clier. Alter nmvpp.maainT
on the evening of the 18th, the
"unuing committee vill m;.ke its
report to the congregation.
Ralph McMeen li,d n.
wiween tne knee and ankle the
other dcy while playing base-ball."
In the ran for first-base hestepped
on a rolling stone and that so leav
1 j. .. "
erd. his leg that the bone snapped
off like a pipe stem. The young
man is doing as well as can be con
sidering the nature of the case.
A party of Gipsies in wagons
passed through town going in the
iur3iQa Cl Lewistown on Monday.
TMvjina, jjcHiniownon juooaay.
ami in tneir wagons, plant not,
reap not, are of no account in the
keeping up of schools, roads,
churches or anv of th nth p
partments of civilized government.
William Ellis was painfulrT
bnrned on right hand and fore-arm
and face by an explosion of gun
powder. He had carried a lot of
waste paper from ihe house to the
garden and there fctooped to fire
the pile of paper. A paper of gun
powder was among the paper and
lay nnseen by him just where he
applied the match. An explosion
tooic place in the twinkle of an eve
with the above mentioned result
The burn is painful.
Lynch him! Lynch him! was the
cry of several hundred men who
had assembled at the railroad sta
tion at Tyrone, when the fiend
Toner Hastings a local vagabond
was taken to Hollidavsbnrer iail
for .committing an assault unon an
ear old girl named Lottie
urkel. who he cansrht in a lonnlv
road while she was going home
from Glenhope school. The child
llQ in f) Sflf"lAol OAtidifinn oml vtnr
There's a run-off aud a woman
be killed sure. Can't tome-
one ride and catch that runaway
horse!" and other exclamations
were excitedly uttered by people
along Bridge street as a horse
hitched to a buggy dashed up the
street. If the buggy had been em
pty the scene would have been ex
citing, but there was a woman in
it an 1 that made it doubly alarm
ing. Men fairly danced with ex
citement and grew pale. The woman
was good looking and sat upright
aud seemed le33 excited than the
spectators. To the close olserver
she seemed to enjoy the wild ride.
Talk a!out a circus hippodrome
ride such rides were tame when
Ufjmpared to the flight of the horse
and buggy up Fridge street to dis-
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appear like a phantom
aruuiii uu argu
ing ton htreet on and on by East
Point where the pretty driver
shouted stop the horse! to men who
had their mouths open in wonder
ment Faster thau you can say it,
she had gone out through the east
extension and disappeared like a
bird on the wing in the direction
6f McAlisterville When she was
out of sight she was'ntoutof mind.
Then the men began to talk. They
began to pity her; "she'll be kill
ed," said one; "I bet she'll never
get up and down the hill at Irvin
Bashore's alive!" "she'll not get
half that far till the buggy will be
knocked into kindling wood;"
"Let's go out in the name of hu
manity and love for the sex of our
mothers and find her dead in a
fence corner and bring her in."
While that talk was going on the
eyes of the talkers were turned in
the direction whence she had gone
Suddenly some one shouted, "well
I'll be blamed, there she comes
and the horse down to a nice trot.
She was coming up over the rise at
the East End. It was she. On she
came like a handsome ship into
port under full sail. The further
she came into town the faster the
horse sped along. At Squire Hom
ing's house she passed the left
hand line into her right hand.
Then she had both lines in
her right hand. Then she braced
herself for au increase of speed,
dinned the line over the back of
the horse and the beast was off like
an arrow in its flight. He was go
ing hipity clip on a dead run. She
had the right of way. Everything
'.trot off to the side. She was down
I Washington street before the peo-
pie who ran out of their houses had
' A. ,1 .-v-vwa n nil as fiaf
time to shut their doors and so fast
was she iroinc when the curve
wheels. The street there is not
sloped for such fast
1 as railroad curves
are But the
two wheel turn on the curve did
! not in the least abade the speed
i It seemed rather to increase the
' abandon of the horse. He fairly
flew down bridge street as if he
had league boots on his hoofs. She
disappe red across the river bridge
and set the structure in a state of
vibration equal to the agitation of
the people, who witnessed the ex
citing drive. Whence she came
and whither she went has not
been reported in this office.
stay IN THE COUNTRY.
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AJtoona J-noune: lue man wiio
UreB in presence of the forests and
, . .. '
1 fronted by the verdure ot the grass
and the beauty or the flowers in
, their season, should take a trip to
.q the anthracite
regions, it he has become careless
anJ non.apprw.iative concerning
uicssingB. men are men ana
womn and ichtldren whose sole
'ontlooV thmnnnt nw. .
i J""3 a areary landscape, a
landscape that looks as if it had
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been blasted and smitten of God
1 ln the "rt house on Friday,
. win bcii iarm ni arm
more or less with house, barn and
nnf.hn,'M;. I- to "
as th nmmnr rr T T Vnrtmo.
A farm of 84 acres "with house
.and stable in Greenwood township
. as tne property of Henry Wilt
WHEN TULIPS NEARLY OVER
The ancestral bulbs of the tulips,
which give our flower-gardens of
to-day such, graceful form and su
perb color, once came near over
turning the little kingdom of Hol
land. The national fad for tulips
reached the stage of madness, and
nearly all other business was neg-
body was frenzied with the fever
to speculate in tulips, and as much
as three thousand dollars was paid
for a single bulb - the equivalent
of many times that sum to-day.
-ine Slower that set a nft.on.., .;;--- r .rr.r-r."
'The Flower that set a n.tea
Holland, will be one of the features
in the May Ladies' Home Journal.
1 fe ootbbbed
urroiu l ne L liR-ago Times-Herald. ,
i tell you," he cried, bringing
his fist down upon the table with
fearful emphasizes, "government
without the consent of the governed
is wrong ! Not only is it wrong
itis a crime.
""Say,' a man somewhere near
the door called out, "you're teach
in' school here to the cross-roads,
"Yes, sir," the orator answered,
wiping his brow and doublin? np
his fists for a resumption of the
argument. ' I have the honor to
be the teacher of the largest school
in this township. Now, as I was
saying, I "
"But hold on. Do you obtain
the consent of the governed before
you try to do any governing in
your school! I've just been ap
pointed a director for this district
and I'm rather anxious to find out
The meeting then broke up in a
Arentz, Charles Walker.
Barton, J. M. Lack.
Bay, Henry W. Fayette.
Beers, David, Jr. Fayette.
Diffenderfer, O. C. Fermanagh.
Dysinger, Derwin Walker.
Groninger, II. E. Milford.
Hambright, Will Fayette.
Kepler, G. B. M. " Port Royal.
Kerchner, Geo. W. Walker.
Kiser, Jonathan Delaware.
Kohler, John A. Turbett.
Laird, W. C. Port Royal
Light, J. M. Greenwood.
McClellan, S. C. Patterson.
Neff, A. E. Turbett.
Parsons, McClellan Beale.
Renninger, L. A. Fermanagh.
Ritter, William Tuscarora.
Rnrikle, George C. Port Royal.
Sholler, Guy M. Mifflintown.
Shuman, Arthur B- Walker.
Smith, E. H. Fayette.
Smith, William Tuscarora.
Barton, Harry Spruce Hill.
Bashore, D. Irvin Fermanagh.
Carvell. Thomas Delaware.
Davis, Luke Thompsontown
Ernest, Joseph P.
George, B. F.
Gingrich, W. B.
Goodman, 8. A.
Gray, R. M.
Groninger, Harry A.
Groninger, James M.
Hinkel, C. A.
Homing, George W. Fermanagh
Kepner, George T.
Landis, J. H.
Leonard, Wm. C.
McClellan, H. C.
McKinley, S. Bailey
Montgomery, J. 51.
Pannabaker. George W. Beale.
RaffensbergerA. S. Tuscarora.
Reynolds, Robert Jlilford.
Roop, J. L. Turbett.
Smith, James Walker.
Stewart, William Turbett.
Stump, Ed K. Lack.
Swartz, George Beale.
Troutman, A. K. Susquehanna.
Troxell, E. C. 5Iifilintown.
Wilson, George W. Patterson.
Winey, Amnion, Thompsontown.
Toe Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul Railway is issuing a series of
bv kle regarding points of interest
along its lines, and if you are inter
ested in tha western country or con
templating a trip, write Geo. II
Heaffdrd, General Passenger Avent,
Chicago, IU , for the special publiea
tion desired, enclosing four cents in
stamp for postage for each one.
No. 1. The Pioneer Limited.
No. 2. The Land of Bread and
N i 3 The Fox Lake Country.
No. 4. Fishing in the Great North
No. 5 The Lrake Superior Com
No. 6. Cape Njme Gold Diggings.
No 8. Summer Days in the Lake
No 9. Summer Homes, 1900.
No. 11. The Game of Skat.
No. 12. Milwaukee The Couven
A Farm in the Timbe;
No. 14. Stock Raising in the Sun
N. 15. Hunting and Fishing.
Interesting Store News.
Percale, Madrid L.
1 with op motk SmtlfaJji,
j 50o, 75c d $i 00 vL clr Sh rl
able to give you good Uue W
1,500 Yardaof nnmi u
the, only have arrived
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Villi h mvr
Spring Dress Goods:
iri?i!Ck "? C,,ic?e8: rp,t gberit,g, a etcck worthy of "this store
prices are always the lowest.
e new Carpets:
foods and upwards to $1 25
Aj "II", . DL aM
n f . 1 I
SPre'' Blanket. Fed and
: V. . nuns ior jue, worth lto: Fercalea and liohtnul
'auoe oime: rn0e,"; weC0D,r"fcI r allourgoodsbefore the great ad
ir.hfh0e8 ,b" l00k Wel1' fee.1 weI1 8nd
cl'ecr. ioai is onr und or shoes. We are selline a
many shoes, as many as 50 and 100 pair in one day.
103 to 109 Bridge Street
105, E8TABLI8HE D. 1900,
istpeeial in & i tali on
To Attend tl;e Attractive Sa!u ol
THE AJ'V N! A(iE
Who tiave ttiuuey to iuvewt to examine the Slo::!
MEN, BOYS AND CHI
raa.rve.ou3 to See
of Su:ts and Ov'ercoatst at the
lis prices leave all CotnpiiUtors in the
to give bhii a call if in need cf
0. W. M A II L E Y
AIUPFLIN TO WN T?Jl .
'' to suffer
operation was necessary. It unsuccessiui 11 meant
death, and Mr. Neill 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
J 2 Ca
i I J"? fr03t finisbed
f't"9i ' ,h,!iee' 88
1 " " bJ net he
- - . . F, . r xTt-pBep, ton-
i.- . .
o vara. Tney are
v ben. last year and
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vinrr FJrrea to Pc for lime
l.8t year. They atart atlOo.
It . . ... ...
. .p., Un iu xiugr, jnr.nwpH and Oil-
Table Linen, Indigo Linen and Wash
we" wp1' 8hoe'' btrejjood and
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, D R K N
UTIFU1. STY lA'YA
Vondor fully Lio-.v I'licc.-i
ir, tso don't i til
If you are Buffering with any disease of the Kidneys,
Bladder or Urinary Organs, Dr. David Kennedy's
Favorite Krmedv will make vou weU aeain. It haa
cured cases that bordered on the miracaloua.
. It quickly cures men and women of inability to hold
arine, and they are not compelled to get up often and make
water at sight. It removes the scalding sensation in
passing it, and, when taken according to directions, it
Invariably cores pains in the small of the back.
Favorite Remedy not only cures Stone in the
Bladder and Bright' s Disease, but prevents them
One case is that of John J. Nanx. of aoix North
Eighth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. In 18S9 he began
indescribable miseries from Stone tn the
An eminent physician said a surgical
dissolved and his sufferings were at an end.
Favorite Remedy is a perfect Blood and
Nerve medicine. It restores the liver to a healthy
condition, cures the worst cases of Constipation,
and all diseases peculiar to females. It cures Scrof
ula, Salt Rheum, Rheumatism. Your druggist
wiU sell you a regular full-sized bottle for $1.00.
Sample Bottle Free.
Those sufferers who wish to try Favorite
Remedy before buying should send their full
postoffice address to the Dr. David Ke.nsf.dt Cor-
PORATION, Rondout, N. V., aua mention mis pupcr. -n.
free sample bottle will be sent them prepaid, together with
full directions for using. This is a genuine offer, and all
our readers can depend, upon it.
H0LL0BAUGH & S0M
hue n oved into the PENNELL BUILDING, No. 120 Main Street,
Patterson, Pa., and when we state that we bavo the Model GlotLing
S ore of Central P.nnsyUama we state but the fact. We have been
compelled to keep np with man; inconvenietces for the reason tha
room we bare occupied for 10 yean, waa too small for our increasing
trade, besides the room was not adapted for a modern clothing room,
as we had lo keep mos! of our clothiug on shelves, oow we bave tablea
cd plenty of room and ligbt. We bave our
SPRING LINE OF CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS,SHOES,SHIRTS, TIES, and
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS '
now ready for inspection, and we can candidly say we have one of
tbe most attractive cp to date lints to be found anywhere. C'othiers
of to day must be up to the tim s or he will be left. We have been
in the business for 10 years, long enough to not be an old foggy, but
to know tl at tbe latent ttj les are the goods that sells, to tbe up to-
da'e customers We handle the Douglas Shoe, the best in the world
for ihe money. -T'ae Sweet Orr Overalls. The Ricket Hat, in all
the latest blocks Our line of VTars'o goods .ire the finest we ever
carried In Shirts and Ties we lead all nti.rr .Gpnt's Furnishing
Houses We will take pleasure insh('W;og jcu through out iiwvii
know jcu will )oso noltiii-g in looking, nd can save you money by
purobaeing from us. It ia no trouble to show goods, especially when
you have tbem tt show.
T hacking our patrons for tbeir patronage in tbe past and asking a
continuance in tLe future which wa will endeavor to mend by square
dealing. We i re respectfully,
Hollobaugh & Son,
- No. 120 MAIN STREET, PATTERSON, PA.
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THfS STORE SETS THE PACE.
O oOo O
Things are never dull here; never stupid. The full life of tbe store al
ways has a cheerful welcome for all comers, and 6hoppcrs are quick to deoide
in favor of the Great, Values to be fpund ia our new
A Specially Selected Stock of
Ranges, Cock, Parlor eud Shop
Horse Blankets and Lap Robes
LAMFS, largeand small.
Come in and look or0uad. We'll
make you fctl at home.
1 We love tbe largest Stock and
Store in the county.
our :sr unz
K. H. M'CLINTIC,
EA7EI0U EOMTO DEPOSIT J
ARE YOU A BORROWER
THREE PER CENT
PAID ON TIME CERTIFICATE,
Mosey Leaned at Lowest Bates
March 5, 1898.
Capital . . . $00,000
LOUIS E. ATKINSON, President.
T. V. IRWIN, Cashier
Louis K. Atkinson.
H. J. Shellenberger.
W. C. Poiueroy
J. L. Bartou
W. N. Bterr t:.
Interest allowed on time deposits" 8l
tiie rate of three per cent, per annnm,
January 11, 1899.
Z'f.S Sales of Hood's Svaapav:
...- ti.e largest in the worad bee-v -cures
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13 Cures Croup.
14 " Skin Diseases
IB " Rheumatism.
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19 " Catarrh.
20 Cures Whooping Ccu.it
No. 21 " Asthma.
No. 24 " General Dabii ty.
No. 26 " Sea-Sickness.
No. 27 " Kidney Dic:cr.f..
No. 28 Cures Nervous Debiiit.
No. 30 " Urinary Disciisei
No. 32 " Heart D.ssase.
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No. 77 " Colds and Grip.
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