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The recent ruins have enabled our
fanners to plow again.
Don't forget to have yourself regis
tered if you deal re to vote.
The PnxtonvIUe cake walk on Bat
urday eveuing was quite well attend
ed. There will be a Union Hnnday
Behool Pic-nlo at Troxelvllle on Sat
urday 221 ,
Theo. Walter has returned to Ak-
roil, after a sojourn of two weeks in
.. 80011 the last flv will fold its wintrs.
clve up the client and drop tuto the
w- - - 1 '
"Counterfeit beauties" is the name
they now give to ladies who have
"made up" faces.
Solly Oppenheimer of Nelinsgrove
Is off to the city this week to buy his
winter stock of goods.
M. K. Hassinger left this week for
Miuiyiink, Pa., where he is employed
as engineer on a saw mill.
Judge O'Neil, of Port Trevorton
rho has been seriously ill for some
time is convalescent nga'n.
J. C. Pufflngton, of the Post, his
wife and daughter Nettie visited rcl
ntives at Port Trevorton on Sunday.
The squirrel season opened on Bat
tirduyand the report of the sports
man's guu is heard in every direction.
The Middlehui-gh Hand has been
ngagad to furuitdi the music for the
Holdier's re union at McCallisterville
on the 20th lust.
The oampiueeting at Palas suffer
ed considerable for want of attend
aucu on Kunday, owing to the threat
ened bad weather in the morning.
The number of fish caught at cha
mokin Dam this year by parties from
this section have been very small
compared to the result of other years.
Wonder what's the matter with the
AlkhlleuurgU Hand ? They have not
serenaded our town for a month of
Holidays. Wake up miakes, suuuaer
is come !
UeorgeSpecht thus far leads as
a potato raiser. He brought three.
to our office this week, one of which
tipped the beam at one pound and
ten ouneoes. 'Rah for "Bouey."
County Superintendent Moyerbeld
examination In the Mlddleburgh
school building on Haturday of last
week. Quite a number of applicants
for teachers' certificates were pres
ent. The most respectable looking band
of Gypsies that ever visited Middle
urgh passed through town on Tues
day. They had fine wagons, good
horses, quite good-looking women
And no dogs.
Persons having stamped envelopes
And three-cent postage stamps on
hand October first will have to hold
them, or lose the extra cent. There
Is no provision for exchanging theiu.
A bushel of green wheat loses
twelve pounds when thoroughly dry.
This may not seem possible, but we
have it from a practical miller of ex
perience, who has tested it, and found
it so. it. Joy UcraUl.
When we are In the company ot sen-
.mi. - . . . . . .
auoie men we ougnt 10 be doubly cau
tious of talking too much, lest we lose
two good things their good opinion
and our own improvements; for what
we have to say we know, but what
they have to say we know not.
Have you made up your mind to
try the new and geuteel method of
washing clothing? If so, purchase
from your storekeeper one cake of
Day's Soap, and use it on next wash
day. After that one trial you will
have no further use for your horrible
amI nasty old wash boiler you will cry
pitch It out
The Sunbury .America sports anew
and nobby bead and is otherwise
Improved. It it among the ablest
dited papers on our table, Uro.
Wilvert 1 a whole team all by himself.
E. B. Duck, tailor of Selinsgrove,
hae rented the hop formerly oocu
pledby M. Z. 8telnloger, where he
lll M found several days in every
wek, redy to take order for new
fltj ftu4 repair ct4 onw..
Thomas Martin a resident of this
township met with a ead accident on
the 5th, at Ryan Thompson A Co.
Steam Saw mill in tnlon Co. It seems
while some of the hands were push
Ingarar from the aiding Into the
main track it started with such speed
that they were unable to stop It. The
ear was loaded with about 5000 feet of
lumber, and there were eight or ten
men on the car. All jumped off ex
cept Mr. Martin, who had broken one
of his toes' that day and conld not get
off. The car ran very ratildly about
H miles, when Mr. Martin was thrown
off, bruising and cutting him badly
about the head and shoulders. The
car ran a few hundred yards farther
when it Jumped from the track and
was dashed in pieces. Mr. Martin was
taken to the house of a near resident
where his wounds were dressed by
it, means 01 ainiinwurg. lie was
brought to his home In this township
on Monday following, and Is nl pres
etit doing well considering the wounds
and cuts he received about the head
and face. His escape from instant
death was a miraculous one.
Mr. Valentino Walter has comincnc
ed the foundation for n dwelling
house on his store lot, for Mr. C. M.
Showers, his son-in-law. Mr.
Shower, having disposed of his prop
erty to Uriah lierger who wilt take
possession of the same next April.
Jarius DeliOiig, a former resident
of this place, but now of Washington
D. ('. was here 011 a visit to his aged
father ami brother, whom ho had not
seen for about twenty years.
MieniT Keichly was in town the
The farmers have been very busy
the past week or so plowing their
oats ground preparatory to sowing
The days are
Master ti. W. Sheary, paid his for
mer chum Master Otto Releblv ..f
Mltldleburg a visit last week.
Commercial agent Patterson of
Harilshiirg-a notion man visited our
dealers last week.
Mr. Jacob Kuhn of Altoomi, a gen
tleman well and favorably known in
this place, Is now visiting here, and Is
of course having a pleasant time.
John (Showers and wife of Lewis
burg, were restored at the Ccntre
ville House several days last week.
John Hart man of New Columbia
accompanied by his s ife and daugh
ter were the guests of H. K. Sunders
during Saturday and Hundav.
Hie Union S. 8. intend celebrating
their annual pic nic on Saturday Hept.
8. A flue time is anticipated.
Cap. the huckster, received a load
of fresh water melons the other ilav.
Our merchants are doing a thriving
business, and judging from the large
baskets of goods people take away,
evidently show that they know where
to purchase the cheapest goods.
Daniel Hoyer and Jackson Halley,
both enterprising farmers are each
having a line dwelling house in coiirso
Jas. M. Vanzandt of Middleburgh
was in this township on Suturday in
qucht of gray squirrel. The result of
his days hunting was as follows : he
shot 100 09 gray squirrels.
Report says that a certain person
not many miles from this place was
out shooting squirrels lust Sunday.
Mr. sportsman you had better keep
your eye skint, as some may be after
you with a sharp stick.
See to your potatoes, they are rot-
lug in the ground.
A full line of Jerseys at S. Weis',
Dr. Darheris practicing on wing
shooting. Ho shoots arms-length,
hip aim or shoulder-Are and Is just as
sure to kill one way as the other. He
has hit two barns and one black-oak
tree, all of which show the deadly ef
fect of his gun.
Persons allowing the Canadian this
tle to go to seed on their farms are
liable to a fine of fifteen dollars, one
half to go to the informer. Any per
son Is authorized to enter upon the
property of another and destroy the
seed, and collect two dollar per day
for time employed.
Rev. F. Aurand, of the Loysvllle
Lutheran churge, spent Monday in
this place. He has resigned his pas
torate at Loysvllle, and will take up
his temporary residence with his
aged parents at Mlddleburgh, Snyder
eounty, Pa, We are sorry that Rev.
Aurand leaves our county. J'crry Co.
A man should be ashamed to say he
is too poor to take a newspaper. It
costs less than half a cent a day to
take a weekly newspaper, less than a
cigar a week, and a poor cigar ot
that ; less than the barber would
charge for getting your huir trimmed;
less than a glass or beer a week; less
than an energetic- servant girl will
save in a week. One half a cent per
day can be saved in many a better
way than by stopping a newsnuner.
So any man ought to bo ashamed to
say he can't afford to take his home
The mixed up weather of this year
recalls to the old residenters the year
without a summer 1810. The year
opened mildly ; but April took a
movement to the rear and woundup
with Ice and snow. May waa warm
at first and then fioxe the life out of
the plants. In June, Ice and snow
were common, snow falling In Penn
sylvania and New ork In one day to
the depth of three inches. July was
marked with frost and heavy ice and
August had ice half an inch thick. A
cold north wind prevailed all summer
the fall months vera cold and the on
ly decent weather of the year woi in
December. Seed corn in Pennsylva
nia sold for aii dollars a bushel the
xt spring. .
The whistle of Wagner's thresher
was heard In this neighborhood dur
ing several days of last week. The
grain threshed thai far yields abun
Miss Lontsa Specht is confined to
her bed with typhoid fever;
.1 a m
namuei nnooK nas naj a severe
spall of colic.
Mrs. James Herbsttr was danger
ously sick on Sunday. At one time
the-fi lends around her bed thought
she was dead. At this writing she Is
convalescent She has had several
similar spells during the last year. '
One of William Howell's children is
on the sick list.
Mrs. Jacob Kinney had a severe
spell of sickness last week.
Potatoes generally turn out pretty
well in this section, but they rot con
siderably. Rev. V. Aurand of Mlddleburgh,
preached in the Lutheran church on
Sunday. He and his wife have been
visiting friends in town.
J. C. Huftlngton, the foreman of the
Post, spent part of Tuesday in Ilea
vertown in the Interest of the paper
He understands his business, and has
obtained a number of new subscri
hers. We were glad to see him. Come
Wesley Dorn and bride
friends in town on Saturday.
Abraham Middleswarth and wife of
McClure are visiting friends in Hea
vertown an.l vicinity.
John VochI of Philadelphia spent
Sunday at this place.
John I,oin;er, who seven years ago
went west with his family, froai Cen
terville, returned 011 Monday. He
had shipped his family to llcayei'town
several weeks ago.
William Huiuce of Paleni was in
town on Tuesday in tho interests of
J. M. Re.irick has retumod to
Hloomshnrg Normal School.
H. (t Specht, son of Moses Specht.
narrowly escaped losing his life 011
Wednesday a week. During a spell
of tits, which he has been subject to
lor several years, he jumped from a'
second story window of his fathers
house on 11 brick pavement. He
nlighteit on his hands and feet, how
ever, and received only slight inju
ries. Hessie I.ucretlu, a daughter of lien.
Smith, is sick.
Mrs. Aaron Dreese has been confin
ed to i.r bed for tho last week.
Look (iitI Iiok Oit!! Look
OI'T ' ' S.Oi.uenheliiier Heli
will in n short time leave for the east
ern cities for a large and well selected
stock of fall and w inter clothing.
Theodore Duuhcrnmn, of Xew Her-
lln, after an unaccountable ahser
ui some nays rroni homo, returned
.... 1 M .
unu soon alter was discovered with a
shot gun, attempting to take his life.
no was prevented by timelv Inter
ference, but Hot long after tried to
drown himself in Penns t'reek. Res
cued from this, he mado a third at
tempt with u razor, but was foiled
again. A day or two afterwards.
wnen spoken to on the subject, he
said ho knew nothing about it-his
repeated uttempts at suicide evident
ly being made while laboring under a
decided mental aberration. lf'ff.
Sie sngo es worn drei karl fun
Schneider county driinna in Tenuesse
an kaitza zeit tscriok. Sic hen as
loud so oram gefunna dos die kill
deer schncp-scck uf der buckel henka
hen missa fer driver zukiimma. Sie
hen Iver nocht oma rigclwake gesttipt
un inirugets wora sie umringt mit
wosser, un hen nix xu essa gahot dos
a por klchlin. Uf die hen sie tswa
dog gelapt. Ho hut un neeger ena an
glany wussor maloon gabrocht. Die
lieu sio slioll und al gacssit. We sie
witter ons wartz house kiiiuuia sin
hen sie crackers gaessa dos ena der
stob tsu da ora rouse gefloga Is. Sic
feela gaga Tennesse wie der Den Put
tier gaga Texas, we ar gaeogt hut dos
are inecht ferlicht In de h 11 ga over
sci lava net noch Texas.
We are Informed that a peddler is
operating among the fanners in Cen
tre township 'this county' in a way
that creates considerable suspicion as
to his honest Intentions. Some time
ago he called on a number of well to
do farmers and asked of them a loan
of from 15 to :5 dollars each to go
into a speculation, representing
to them that he had been successful
in securing loans from the very best
men in the county. He returned at
the specified time and paid back the
money loaned In full. Since this oc
currence we have learned tluit he In
cluded a number of men who deny
the statement which causes us to sus
pect that he is on a swindling game,
and w ill no doubt be back again to
borrow a larger sum und than disap
pear to turn up no more in Snyder
county. Sign no papers and give no
money unless you have the full value
of It in your hand.
On Thursday evening of last week,
Rev. A. H. Bpangler delivered an ad
dress before the students of tho Free
burg Academy. He was greeted by a
good house, and the frequent hearty
applause gave evidence thut the lec
ture was appreciated. At the close of
the address prof. Dill, who hue won
for himself the reputation as one of
the ablest Instructors of the state,
was presented with Thackery's com
plete works, eleven volumns, neatly
bound In English cloth. The gift was
from the students attending the
Academy, and the professor resnond
ed with a neafc little impromptu
speech showing that he was Ot un
acquainted with the nature of the
gift, ond his high appreciation of the,
same was the best evidence of thf
good selection. Prof. Dover was Is
the chair and Intersnlrsed the exei'.
eises with vocal and in. .i
THAI AND SE1TTJNCE 07 SAIL
The trial of Samuel Longwell for
the killing of C. Reed Alexandr near
Mllroy on the 16th of July came off at
the August court, held at Iiewistown
last week. The Free Press of Aug.
80, says' that a steady audience occu
pied all the available .apace In the
court room throughout the trial. The
Indictment sent .to the grand Jury
contained three counts, two for mur
der in Its several deg,, and one for
manslaughter. The former were Ig
nored, and the count for manslaugh
ter alone found ''true." The cause
onme on for trial Tuesday morning
and occupied the entire day from the
early hour f the assembling of court,
8:30 a. in., fiutil 10:30 p, ui., when the
verdict was rendered. A Jury was
secured without exhausting the gen
eral panel. The evidence disclosed
no material variations from the ac
count heretofore printed In tho IMst
of the unhappy affair, for the
esaentlnl reason that there were no
spectators of the sad affray, and we
do not, now at least, occupy the large
sace a report of the testimony given
would require t print. The defence
was that the killing was unintention
al, the blow struck being in self de
feuse, nnd insanity. It is needless to
say, in view of the v-?."liot of guilty
within an hour after the jury retired
for consultation, that the evidence of
fered to sustain either lines of defence
were not sustained. Tliit was n fault
of counsel, tleo. W. i:iiler. T. M. I t
t ley, bsq.i , who were as pertinacious
and Ingenious in their efforts to make
them effective, us thov were able and
eloquent In their llual ni peals to the
Jury toglvo them favorable consider
ation. The prisoner n fortunate in
his selection of counsel. Tho prose
cution was skillfully conducted by
Dist. Atty. Joe M. Woo N. Ksq and
his fa her, D. W. Woodt, Ksq. Oa the
rendition of the verdict of guilty pris
oner's counsel gave notice of a motion
in nrrest. of judgment fur a new trial.
The Court indicated th!t if sunieiant
evidence was ulTurded to warrant a
rehearing of the case it mtit be at
tho present term.
Reasons for a trial were filed and a
motion entered. -Yesterday after a
very earnest urguiuent was overruled,
ami the prisoner sentenced to pay a
tine of 1 and costs ot prosecution,
anil to five years' solitary confine
meut at lubor in tho western peniten
tiary. J H. Hoffman & Hro., have made
another sweeping deduction on Car
pets, and all sorts of summer Dress
Snixui.KH.--Sixty thousand No. 1
pine shingle for sale at Middlohurgh.
For particulars cull on or address,
T. II. Haiitku.
We stop the press to announce that
S. Oppenheimer will sell Summer
(Soods at greatly reduced prices in or
der to make room for the incoming
largo stock of Winter goods. It will
pay you to buy now and hold the
goods till you need it.
I sell lidifs Congress
cents a pair.
fiaters at 90
. R. Mahx.
I on Sai.K. A pony mare. (Jentle,
though fiery ami very fast. Speed
will bo shown to anyone wishing to
buy. Price 150.00. fall upon or ad
dress, J. W. Hiiownk,
Aug. tO, 'Atf. Snyder Co., Pa.
Attkntion 1 FAriMKits. Improve
; our land by using Phosphate. The
best qualify for Biilu by Simontoli,
Harbor A; Co.
J. H. Hoffman 6i Pro.,''Selinsgrove,
Pa., have just received a large invoice
of new Pattern Flour Oil Cloth at the
same low price as before. Call early
and secure the best style.
J. II. HlTomnn c Pro., Seliusgrove,
Pa., cull special attention to their
stock of groceries. Can goods a spe
cialty. They are selling all sorts of
groceries a little bit cheaper than
they can be bought anywhere else.
At J. II. Hoffman & Pro's, Sci ins
grove. Pa., you will find the best as
sortment. of Dress Hoods, Notions,
Hosery, in., to be found in tho town
The great amount we sell enables us
to make the above declaration.
Wool Cordixo. The undersigned
will receive wool for cording if left
with Philip SwincforK at his Furniture
store, Mlddleburgh, and return It to
same place when corded, free of
charge. He also sells all kinds of
Furniture. Hknky Hkiskh.
You can buy men's plow shoes at
1.25 a putr At Mrs. It Marx' Selius
It will pay every body to examine
the immense Stock o Furniture for
sale by the Popular Furniture man
W. II. FELIX Lowislown Fa
Just Rkckivkd. A line lot of La
dies' dress shoes at prices that will
convince you that 1 sell a better shoe
than you ever bought before for the
same money. Mils. R. MARX,
Ketween National and Keystone Ho
tels, Seliusgrove, Pa,
Watki 10 agents Iri Snyder Co.
to canvass and sell ifraee Stones and
Monuments. Address or call on N. S.
Fisher, at Seliusgrove, Pa,
You can by a good put ton Shoe for
f t. 25 at Mrs. It Marx', Seliusgrove,
War on Pricks. I have Just re
celved a magnificent stock of foot
wear for Spring and Summer I
make a specialty of the celebrated
Rochester Boots & shoes, which are
noted for durability and comfort
You cannot get them at any other
plao In town. Every lr warranted.
Mu. K. Marx,
Room botweeu National Mid Keystone
As whon She was Toang.
! havo used Parker's Hair Halnani
Ad like It better than any similar
reparation I know of," writes Mrs.
' t'll.... ti....- ! - it n
j.ie-ii i erry, wne i ivbt. I .
Coldbrook Springs, Mass.
was almost entirely gray, but a dollur
bottle of the Dalsum has restored the
softness, and the brown color it had
when I was young not a single gray
huir left. Since I began applying the
Pulsuiu my hair has stopped fulling
out, and I find that it Is a perfectly
harmless and agreeable dressing."
In addition to my largo stock of
Furniture, which coiisistsof lied room
and Parlor Suits of all kinds and pri
ces. Sofas, ("hairs, MurbleTop Stands
and Hod Springs. I have Just added a
large lino of CARPETS,. Ingrain and
Hriisscls, of superior quality and low
In price. It Is my determination to
keep a good quality mid sell at the
very lowest living figures, full mid
see for yourselves before purchasing
elsewhere. Lkvi Kki. I.Kit,
Livo Agents Wanted.
To sell Dr. 'liu.-e's Recipes; or in
formation for everybody, in every
county in the United .States and Can
ada. Enlarged by the publisher to
IIH nuircs. It contains over i'.IMWl
household recipes and is suited to all
classes und conditions of society. A
wonderful book and a household tico
essity. It sells at sight. O rout est in
diieemelits ever offered to book tlgelits.
Sample copies sent by mail, postpaid
for J.IH. Exclusive territory given
Agents more than double their mon
ey. Address Dr. t 'base's Steam Print
iug House, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Augusta, '8:1. :im.
COSSSCTKI) WKtlt.T UT
Simoriton, Harbor te Co.
Wheat ft 01
t'orn new f,H
Pot n toes
Spring ( 'hic-kens per l.
Klucksiiiith I 'oal
Plaster. lcr ton
Salt per barrel
" " sack
'iU to 50
August :, by Rev. J. p. Slilmlel
.lol. Heacliel, and Miss Mary Alico
Mover, both of Snyder count v.
i 1 1 : i .
On the Sll. ult. (icorire A. (foss. son
of Jacob Uoss, aged, !IM years, '1
months and W days.
Aug. 22nd. in Middleoreok twp. of
cancer, Warren Krdley, aged ii jours,
-I mouths and 'JO davs.
!lar.Hiiiara South otsehooh'l coroar.
JOKL h. KIKIITi, Proir.
JO(l A TOUMODA TIOS
Terms $1.25 por day.
Mr. Hlehl la alto sgast fr all km lanf Farm
luik'Oiuta, beiii. t, 'ej. '
t ho nnlira!in1. airciOor of Ilia aa'ala nf
Andrrw Katiunlf, rteeM lata of A' ana loan-
lup, Sny.l.T ramiiy, Fa., will " al Putilia
Sala, on thn pramlaaa In TrotnWillr, nn S A 1
rKHAY.Orlnl.cre, III MluwiiiK itracilli
ail rnal (alala to ll I A rortain lot of sniiiiid
altuaia lu Tnneilllw. Ailaina l.iwnlil., e innly
anil Ntala afiral I, Uniu.iail Nurili by an alter
rniiu ot i-iidiic re an, tin i.t ii't or jai-uu
Uluiiaman, Wval I'T lot of .tohn Prl. otioroon
er rnvid aOIKHI F It A M K ItWtl.I.INd
IKH'SK. HTollt ll.M WK. if m nt aialila. an.1
olhor mii-buil'tli K". i'oil ttalor near lha il.nr.
bale to couiroflu at I oVlo.-k I, m .. of alrl
lav when due aitruilauva will ba liven and
tcrmaof Hale maila Uncivil ly
Sept. 0, '83. hKoulor.
NOTICH iB hereby Riven that the
fnllnwliiu Whlnwa Ap'irlai-nirnla mular
the W I,w, liavi-Iwn tlli 'l allli Ilia t'l. r ol
the lrihana' f'ourt of Miodur euunly, for cad
Srmallou uu Mouiley, Iba IHtb day of Srult'uihr
Anpralarment of Snaan Kanniqur lner wl.tnw
of H-iiry Haninnanlhtr, lata of Wast Heaver
Aprralraniaul of Mary Allna Knona al.tnw
of Jubu H. Knouan Ial uf PuuD towulili, ilo'.l .
Airatf uif lit of Snaaunab Sliraili-i n.n Dt
llantal hli radar lata of Ui ntru low i Hup, dci.'d.
Appralineut of riltalialh Knbna wlilnw of
Uharlea Kuhna lata of uutr town. hip. due'd.
Appramameut nf Alvarella I'., llfrruld nnU
child Bud balr of Elizabeth HaToM lata ol
Uuloii towualiip, dic'd., uodrr 8catloti a Aoi
April It, MM.
J.OKOUSE Clark O O.
glt. e, 13.
Ketter than Preescs and Plossoius
Under a ew Flit,
Kvaa lbs balmr air soil oraaga iratat or
r inriua ibii io aeaa lis faopis lull el aappi
aaaaaaad anDifort. Art muat lialp salara a.
ry where In Ilia tropica a among- iha plan
ol 'be North "Aod, chlal aiauas tha lilaaa.
tnaja wbloli are edatal to all looaa," wrll. a
Or. .1. (). Wallaca, or Ford laue, Kla . "la
F aas all's Toxin. It aaM in hava tha world
for a field, and moll of iha correal dliaaa.t
yialdloliaaoil.ii,. lhi.a uaad It In lhao.te
or a dalloats and dTpaitlo young lady with
tha Boat gralllylDK rulta. It .. .mail ta ao
ompllab wllb what tha u.ual prate r I p.
tloua and Iraalmant lor tbat mlaorabls inlady
l-llad wholi to briny about. 1 am alao ulad 10
ataia tbat Iba Toolo waa ura.tly rail' .il ran
paraoaally of a iroaldaeouia at nlo aondliloa
uf tha alnwaob of lone; aiasdlog. It la Ilia
Idaal purifier and tDVlioraot."
Maura. Hlauvi a l)o. sail Mpeclal al
taatloa to iha fact that after April I, la-,
iba name and it rle nf lull pruparatmn will
karsaflar ba alnjply faikar'l Toiila tllniier"
la dropped, lor Iba naaon tbat imurluoiplad
daalara are eoaitaatli Saraoluw Ibalr aatruaa
by aubatilalln Inferior praparatlunt under
iha sauia ol olna-ari aud at (ioar la sa un
luipurlaal AoToriag Insradlout In ear t on In,
waara aura tbat our friends will ara wits
aa ai to Iba sronrlaly ol lbs chant a.
Thara li siehanaa, howsrar, la lbs rapr.
tion ii.eir.and all boitiaa raiainin lu tb
hand! of daalara, ariappad aadar the a- nf
I'assas sUisosaTosii oonlalsiua yaaulaa
Ieaaieiiia ii me .aceiiaiin ei.iiaura 01 meat
a LV. W at Ibl buliwm vi laa vHUIdt rstk I i
Mow fa Worn? Tfinniie !
I wish io Inform the residents of Snyder eouoty tbai I bare t Has M
Cooking Stoves, Ranges, Heaters.
Parlor and Bedroom Stoves,
Including the New Light House Cook. Silver Hnrp. Ls dies' Prida, Tsars
Cooks. New Sunshine, New Jasper. New Reoord l.angrs, H
vincible, TLe Spear Healers, New Early Dawn, New
liis, New Jasper Heaters, New Gulden Sun
Fireplace Heaters, nnd others. Mr
Heaters from 16 to 30 Dollars,
ire all of the latest patterns and lest raalei ial. guaranteed to be ss cheap
es the (Ltoi t'tt and ss good as the best.
Call and see the Fine Cook Stoves,
of w hich I linvo ns large and well selected a stock an can bo found in t ba
county and at prices that will compare with Wholesale Houses.
Tinware, Spouting and Roofing.
None tint fho very lest material used.
short notice. Kcent-ctfullv submitted.
a ar - -
in priced to conttnuo for the next TIIIKTY DAYS from (his dste.
The following Roods will ho sold from 10 lr 2." per cent below price.
These special piicea to continue for 30 days.
Our entire Stock of tli ors.
Our entire Stork of (lincluunn.
Our entire Stock of Secrsut krrs.
Our entire Stock of IWaek Calnnerei.
Our entire Stock of Coloml ('ashmcres.
Our entire Stock of Lawn.
Our entire Stork of Dress (luuds.
Our entire Slock of White I)res Moods.
Our entire Stock of Ticking.
Our entire Stock of Carpet.
Our entire Stock ot Shirt iu;s.
Our entire Stock of Oil Cloths.
Our entire Stock of Skirts.
Our entire Stock of Paranoia.
Our entire Stock of Linen Clsters, and a general reduo
tion in the Notion Department
Tho object of the tfrmt reduction is to closo out od.ls and ends. nJ r
duce the stock tiutrally, t i make room for tho Full trade. '
Ilemeraber these rcductiona will rootinno for Till HTY DAYS from lLi
Soliusgrovo, August 8th, 1S3.1.
THE LEADING JEWELER, :
Io bis Store on MAKKKT STKHKT, will be found a fica lot of
MEN(K of all
and all prices, in Ookl, Precious Stone and Piamonds.
Elgin, Rockford, Springfield and Hempton
in Gold and Silver, at reruatknlle low juico.
of all kinds and descriptioDs. ROOK US' FAMOtfS
KNIVES, FORKS AND SPOONS.
fhe place to buj WEDDINU PRIiSl'.NTS. CLOCKS
TbB Famons Kmss Combination
'J'ho largest variety of Spectnch iu this part of the country.
Goods cun bo brought fioiu Xew York for selection from ouo of the largos!
Jewelry houses iu Atuoiicu. I opuiri iir a specislty. an J all
work (jtiuiBnlccd to pivo Niitisfuction. F.ar-rinH, Prcustpins,
Watches, Chains, Ac. ('till and cxmuiuo our ttock. No
trouble to show goods.
Aug. 2, "8.1
Poipiii Oimtr Fan rn Itu ir
Lewistown, Miflin county, Penn'a.
lurinirool lCver.v Iintl, I'nrlor, Chamber.
DiiiiiiiiUf Itiiom, Hull, and lvitohoii, to
rsuit tho memta of every perwoii.
Painted Cbnrober Suits, from $23 to 155.
I'ailor Suits, from -.. tio'up.
all walnut, ooverod in llair elotb, Ropa, Uaw Silk, and PlnaL, ol
Walnnl Clamber Suits, with Marble Tons, from - . tlx 1.41 ax
Hureaas, Standi, Loancea. Chairs.
deiful Woven Wire Mattress or SprioK Dottow the best made.
All Roorta Kept 10 stock; and 00 hand, ready for tale, and
PRICKS, that willcouvince all, tbat rou nan save mon h
you got the best, aud aUaye cat what
ered, with the beet of care, to R. U,
Mock. pJo tronole to show iroods.
. . .. ,
Piiooa, and to please Otdeia by mail Will 4
at alt timiM. Vrnr ft .rAI f..ll.
" "JJ 0Ur IMUllj,
AU. .1. 19Jli
Snontin. and lt.mfW 1nn nn
cf all doacrip
w at $1.25 apair
Y. B. SMITH,
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Mattress of all kind. n,.
vou buv. Goo.!.
depot. Call and
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