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A Pleasure at Last, y
WASHES and DYES :
AT ONC OPERATION
Th Cleanest, Fastest Dye for Soiled 9
or Faded Shirt Waists, Blouses,
Ribbons, Curtains, Underline!!, etc.. 9
No MUSS. No Trouble. whether Silk, Satin, Cotton or Wool.
Sold in All Colon by Grocer and Druggists, or mailed fret for 15 cants; .
Mint, THB MAYPOLB SOAP DEPOT, UT Oman Street, New York.
ON'T SACRIFICE. . .
uture Comiort for present seeming Economy, but BUY
lie Sewing Machine with an established reputation
hat guarantees von long and satisfactory service :
iMf Ifli f t
Its beautiful figured wood
work, durable construc
tion, fine mechani
iMiphd with the l'intt Set of Steel
Attachments, makes it the
KGSt Dt siratle Machine in tbe Market
FEANK S. RIEGLE,
Bond tor our beautiful half-tone catalogue.
Marriages, Cont'd from 1st page.
tMar. 31, by Uev. Erleiimeyer,
Adam Bttncr and ; Rebecca Sholty,
both of Union twp. ' ' ,
Apr. 15 in Selinsgrove, by (3a).
Eby Esq., ' Samuel Strawser and
Hannah It. Hohhnch, both of Snv
Apr. 10, by Rev. Ij. C. Edmonds,
Jocob Mover and ('aniline Stroub,
both of West Heaver twp.
Apr 1(5, by name, from si niejhtee,
hlias 11. ShioeUcr and Marv
Apr. 21, by Rev. Shiiulel, A.
Howard Swartz to Marv Middles
warth, ImUIi ol Musser's Valley.
r Sept. 8, in this place, by A. J.
Peters, John Mills of and
Harriet Schwenk of this borough. .
Sept. 8, at Cove, Terry Co., by
llev. V. li. Shirk of Duneannon,
Horace Deiffenderfer of Redford to
Lizzie Lauvcr of Kreanier, this
Sept. 12, at Central Hotel, by
Hev. Aurand at Reuvcrtown, W.
II. l'inaman and Marv A. Smith,
E. ' loth ot lieavertwn.
Sept. 17, by Rev. Edmonds, Jas.
P. Shirk mid Ada Mitchell, loth of
Sept. 22, by Rev. Rev. J. K.
Dec. 1G, at the residence of P. J.
Cale in Hlack Log, by Rev. Tall
helen, Enoch Grove, iiiml 17, and
Annie 'Proxies, agtd 15, both of
JJIaek Jjog alley.
Dee. 24, llenj. M. Fetter and
Lydia Ileim, Initli of Kratzcrville.
HOME DYEING I
Apr.' 21, by llev. Eilenincycr, j Snyder, Abraham Wcidainer and
(Justavus Carman and Isoplicnc i Marirarct Ix-istcr, both ot Snvder
Ijiuidis of IVrrv twp.
Apr. , John I. llartmanof Uni
on Co. to Mary ('. Sanders of Sny
Sept. 21), by Hev. V. A. Haas,
A. Z. Dnmilteller and Almira
Sta utter, iMtthof S-linsgrove.
A Pleasure at Last
May r, Harvey Wolf of Union ! ()l.ti j)V U(.v Aurand, Hob. S. I j:
rrPLl f lsmr
WASHES k 2155
Co. to Jane (iearhart of Snvder Co,
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.11.1 ll, IH I'illUCI JU II I I I I , J, Ml., '
l, dv Uev. iJiemiK'vei'
' Jacob Ilovis of Freiiioiit and Lu-
leinda Mengle of Wasliinjrton twj
YDER'S OLD, AND RELIABLE Gen'l
SELINSGROVE, SNYDER COUNTY, PA-
mixxiex W. Snyder, Agent,
Successor to the late William H. Snyder.
1 Tar-ExcelleDce of Reliable Insurance is represented in the follow.
It of Standard Companies, from which to make a selection. None
r the World over.
I. nit.- llll'tTWlV AWSKTH.
Royal, Liverpool, Enpr. (including foreign assets; sh.vnhj.wmuhj
Hartford, of Hartford, Uonn., (oldest American uo.j b,md,wo.(
Phoenix, Hartford, Conu. 5,588,058.07
Continental, New York, fi.754 908.72
German American, New York, 6,240,0'.W.8H
-Mutual Life Ins. Co. New York. $204,638J83.(;6
fENT Employers' Liabilitv Assurance Corporation,
Accident Ins. Co. Subscribed Capital of 3, 750,000.00
Life and Accident risks accepted at the lowest possible rate, jun-
by a strict regard to mutual safety. All just claims promptly ana
kctorilv adjusted. Information in relation t o all classes of Insur-
bromptly furnisl e 1 x ELMEH W. SNYDER, Aift.,
Hione No. 182. Omce on Corner Water x 1'iue hts. bel'nucrov e. r
II. II. (ielbaeh, P. V.. AM Her
rold and Mrs. Elixalieth Kramer,
Smith and Ada Swuger, I sit h of Hea
r i. i.i i i :n.. m .
tin, iMiin oi v naiiiiiaii twp.
Maj 1-1, by Hev. Erleiimeyer,
A Itriiliiim lriutil t.k lviiiitii .1iik.
Apple, both oi Washington twp. L!- !'.v Eihumever,
, ,, ... I harles rarks and Louisa Ilane,
May H, by Lev. Erleiimeyer, , f St.lins.rrf.
W illiam Meister to Al'ue liiuidis, j
loth ot I'errv twp. ! ()'t- Ew-eburg, at the resi-
Mav l!l. l,v Hev. Krlenmever .1 ,u',,n' ('" 1 "" " JWwl. ".v u,'v
. - - . - . '
I. P. Arltognst to Susan (larniaii, i
ls)th of r reniont
May ol, at Ev. parstmageat llea
vertown, by Hev. S. Aurand,
Christian Haniianand Viola Haueh,
both of Heaver twp.
June Samuel L. Matelietl and
Emma Heigel, both of IVirt Tre
vertoii. June L, by Hev. L. lldinonds,
Amer MeElhoe ahd Lizzie Leply.
June 1(, by Hev. Edmonds,
Rolsi't Kneppinid Catlierine lyomig.
June 17, in Middlebnrg, by Hev.
Shindel, Henry S. Spigelmeyer and
WASHES BUS DYES
AT ONE OPERATION S-
r ,(1 i ii , xi i I i both of Clit'pnian twp,
May li, by same, IVter Markel 1 1
Emma Hendricks, iK.th of Juniata ! (H- U'hy Uvv'
Lytlia A. Hair, lnith of West Heaver
Henjamin Meiser to Anna 1'liillips,
lMth of Perry twp.
June 20, at the residence of
Joseph Kaullinan, in Hrattoii twp.,
Miillin Co., by Elder Peter S. Mey
ers, Henry A. Frybarger to Lavina
Thomas, 1 m tli of Adamsburg.
June 2:5, by Hev. Erleiimeyer,
Henry Seholl to Mrs. Mollic. Se-
ehrist, Uith ol Union twp.
Maury and Kate C. Knepp.
Oct. l'., by Rev. Erleiimeyer,
HcuIk'H Hoyer of Penn twp. and
S-lenee Walter of Franklin twp.
Oct. LI, by Hev. Snyder, Slo
mon Hepuer, Fayette twp., Juniata
Co., and FiannaCiearliart of Monroe
twr,.. Juniata Co.
Oct. 20, by Rev. Edmonds, Isaac
Hreiincr and Mary Snyder.
Oct. 27, by Rev. Aurand, '
Norman and Sallie A. Smith, both
Oct. 27, Cornelius Rrown and'
Mary Rine, Ini(Ii of Chapman twp.
Oct. 2i(, by Hev. Aurand, John j
S. Duck of Smitligrove and Anna
J. Strieker of Renvertown.
Nov. 15, by Rev. Erlcimieycr, j
Henry Frock and Susan Hcimbiich, !
Isttli of Limestone twp., Union (V.,i
Nov. 7, by Hev. Erlcimieycr,
Jonas Sassanian and Clara ('only,,
both of Monroe twp.
Nov. 7, in Milllinbiirg, by Hev.;
J. D. Rcardcn, Oliver II. Hosier-!
The Cleanest, Fastest Dye for 5:
: Soiled or Faded Shirt Waists, 3:
: Blouses, Ribbons, Curtains, Under-
j linen, etc., whether Silk, Satin, S:
: Cotton or Wool. . i
Sold in All Colors by Grocers and P.
8 Druggists, or mailed free 3:
for 15 cents; 3;
AMrtxt, THB MA YPOLB SOAP DEPOT, f.
; 127 Pumae Street, New York. 3;
ij. r t'( muuiiUATT
re intended for children, ladies and all
ho prefer a medicine disguised as con
ctionery. They may now be had (put ,
Jp in Tin Boxes, seventy-two in a box),
nee, twenty-five cents or five boxes for
" Jne dollar. Any druggist will get them
.f you insist, and they may always be
obtained by remitting the price to
he Ripans Chemical
June :I0, by Hev. Edmonds, James! man of Ereeburg ami Julia A.
Kripiliaiim of Siinhiirv.
Nov. 10, in Sclinsgrovc, by Rev.
J. Still", Isaai- and Mary S'oiing, 1
both of this county. 1
Nov. 12, by Rev. Erleiinieyer.
Jacob Heiiner of Delaware twp., j
Juniata Co., and Harbara Snyder of
West Perry twp. ' '
July 21, Philip H. Mctiram of , ' J ,. i.- -,i,
, ' ' i r 1. doss and Sarah K. Smith.
Armstrong county and Mary L. , . in
Kciser ol S linsirrme. ' ' ',V--S'UI u' l? v.' ;
I . 11. aiKlyne, II. t .'iiiiciius iiiki
Sallie P. Morton, both of Sunburv. ,
'ee. 1, bv Hev. Erlcniiiever,
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i i.vii it m;..i...ii i.v. "'" """"" 1 '
I . 1 V " ., T I' i iH.th of Perrv twp.
Dee. S, Jonathan I?. Staiill'.r of i
L. Philips and llarri'.t (Joss.
JiuieoO. bv Rev. Edmonds, James
A. (ioisinger and Mary E. Smith.
July 7, in Sclinsgrovc, by Rev. j
W. A. Haas, Levi Neitziind Lytlia
Laiidcnslager, In th ot Snyder Co.
July 11, bv Hev. Edmonds, Isaac I
Fall iiikI Catiierine Etzler. !
MILLER RODE0NE2093 MILES IN 132 HOURS
Superior to all others irrespective
of price. Catalogue tells you
why. Write for one.
NATIONAL SEWING MACHINE CO.,
rr in . 71
m m ! r
Look at yourself when you buy
clothing at my htore. 1 j.-p Cou
stuntly in Htoek the liest and finest
line of Hats and (lentN' Clothing.
Furnishing Goods, Ctulerwear and
Caps. Call to see niv utock.
W. B. EOTER'3 BBOrHERHOOD STOBE
SuNIirUY, - - l'KXNA.
Ju!v 2!, Will
ider Co. and
i Union Co.
Duke of Snv-
A. Krick of
SS D I H A I woakiii-wi siiHlly cured by
Dr. Mill's' Nurvo I'lusteni.
A SUMMER SAIL
in ladies1 shoes is a pleasant
voyage afoot IV the pleas
tire it gives, there's no sail
like our sale. Crowds are
enjoying it, and securing the
prettiest, coolest and best tit
ting Summer shoes now man
ufactured, at prices which
buycis find it a pleasure to
pay. For house or street
wear, pleasure or every-day
practical purposes, walking,
riding, or driving, we supply
the ideal shoes demanded by
fashion and the dictates of
individual taste. Ladies,
whoever claims your hands,
by all means surrender your
feet to these shoes.
Dcsi for onr nsnaoa i'.vt ol RfJ6 bailiiset. etitit
tciiroauoi of WicMcctca City. TMsraci: coot eg 3107
dolliri. Itwillto loot to yo f;r oothis. V.'rito to-diy.
Can tci thick of ceite.hicr to citost t lVotoct ronr ldtn-
thoy miy trirj yea rcii'.l. Sif.-rc ss'rtj f:t pitssi, cot
car litonlolcrs si ItTcrtn": i.'.ivliv.. T r:r'.-i i:'.;.
COpr" . CO, P;r "w ""-.i-ftcr r
PER DAY SURE
Salary or Comviissiom
DO vr twtt '"hi,"?, steady nip ;,- ,.
the year tu .t. Jt - j uvi. (. v.' o
horn or 13 trr.ti f il 13, sens 4c. n r.
ot cur uit:'fc- r r-fr.t ci i
W! furvr.r. ?" '-. l-'rK rrfc.-en '
AMERICAN TEA r;o.
0TnciV r i-.i ;N
Levi Hendricks and Eli.alstli
! Klingler, Uith of Snyder Co.
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-iuj;. -i, im nv . .llll.llKl, JVI" " ,,(' J'pjuiL;'!!! tyi,
U. ArlMii;ast of West Reaver and ' .... '.'
Sophia Lciley of Ik'avertwn.
Aiij;. 8, II. J. Moyer and Sarah
j J. SuHle, both of Chapman.
Aug. 11, by Hey. Erleiimeyer,
J Eyer Walter of -Mitllinbiirg and
! Mary Sanders of Centre twp.
Aug. 11, by Rev. Edmonds, Win.
G. Wagner, and Catherine Wagner,
both from MeClure city.
Aug. Ji, dv Jvev. -i. ll. Miyuer,
11 1 .... W 1 I .... II'.. 1
vnaries a-uer aim. lane x roup oi ; , .... .V1C,,IIU,V,,,
w est 1 erry twp. (;,,,. ltrosins mid Murv Schiico. I
1- - -j .
I Kit 1 1 of Perry twp. j
Dee. It), by Rev. Erleiinieyer,:
Aiiiriistim Ti. Ilcckci' of Herks Co. 1
ug. IS, by Rev. Ednauids, W. HIMl Jkirljura E. Hover of Fremont.
Dec. 22, by Rev. Erlenineycr,
Henry C. Hover of Washinirtoi)
Washinirton twp. and Kate Musscr1
Dee. 1!). bv Hev. S. Aurand, C.
I W. EcElhoe of MeClure and Pris-1
I. i r t . .
cilia KeiniMTiing oi j'ecaiur i i
Miillin Co. j
Wv. 20, in Erceliurg, by Hev.
(Irani' Levi S. Coy and Ellie
Hrown, eldest daughter of Dr. J. j
W. Hrown, all of Ereeburg.
Dec. 1, by Rev. Erleiinieyer,
Simon Roush and Hannah Heiges,
i iKitn ot Chapman twp.
and Investment Company,
CAPITAL STOCK, - - $1,000,000,000.
Sir AIMS OXK DOLLAR KA i 'If.
Kil l. 1'AIII AND NON-AHHKMSAIH.K.
(leneral Offices 5, 7, U Rr, 11 Broadway, Aew York.
l l -mmr- ji
r--'" '' T-t DRUGGISTS
! Aug. lTi, by Rev. Edmonds,
j Jacob K. Stuck and Sarah M. Rak
er, both of MeClure.
I. Dixon to Sallie C. Weidenian, !
ft L If II II 1
Aug. io, iiiram nancy it twp. to Carrie Wise
a i:.. A ...I.... 1....1. ..C'l
iVIIIllKl lIUHIllll IHIllI 111 V- ilHJlllliUI. ! V(,-(,,
Aug. 2."), by Hev. Edmonds, John j, 2o, l,v Rev. Erlenmever,
H. Reber and Joana I. Slear, lwth I j0in MiUer j- Co; and jiar.
of Union Co. i ril.t Ml8Hcr ol-FrttI1kIiu twp.
CK-pt. J , py liev. iMienmeyer, iv, on u u,,,.
un., . a ,, ' im m,Illt! uurnmnof Via i ncrtontwn,
to wimI ftir our pronpcctiiM mid acuiiaint your
self with the eomluiu-d iwlvanUiireH tfe ofTcr.
Thn onorntoim profltH to Im Horivnl from the
development of AIuhIcu icolil-heuriuic proMrtifn
In but one of tlio many fcnturi-M we eati offer
you. We invent iiml inuku money for you
wherevor money van be made.
Let your fw dollars be the nuclemi of a com
ger, both of Perry twp.
Sept. 8, by llev. Erleiimeyer,
Amos Stout and Sarah Dietncr, both
of .Washington twp.
Sept. 8, by same, Henry Holtz
apple of Washington twp. and
Catherine A. Dock of Freeburg. ;
Sept. 8; at llerdon, by Geo. W.
Cobel, J. P. Philip Shaefler of Sny
der Co. and Sarah Kobel of Schuyl-
Combined (hjtitol Mrnim
Jittjt' Projlfo! !
Ttf (iiralful (lootl to thv
( i mi f rut Xnnifirr ! !
Vuur limitcil nimnn, whrn juinrtl with oth
fr, will niwuro (or you all llm HilvimtiiKim
liirito niiKiiint of cnpitul roiiiiimndH wliu in
vented under our eo-o.enitive plun
The Greatest Amount of Benefits the Minimum Amount of Risks.
lliivc you nmdu liny money luit yenr ? If ho, wo cun olTer you an opportunity to do a (rniiit
deul better In lliu t'liuiiiiK yeur. llavo you fulled to nave and lay aside a aurplun? Then lr
Kin tlie new year ly inakiiiKiiu InveHtnient in our stork. Our nlmren are aolil lit pur, at (l oo
per share, imdiiro sold in loU of 5 Hliuren and upwards. A quick iluelniou, wise move in tlif
proper dlroetlon, will alwaya provo lieuellclal. Start the new yenrriitlit ly M'ndiiiK yiur ur
pliM money a liuudrod dollurs, fifty dollara, twenty, ten or even live, dollara at ouee to tlie
Co. and receive by return ninil your aluirea of alack, lie fore Ioiik you may II nil Hint while you
have labored on and toilen, your money lius been makiiiK money for vou.ond while you have
not (joiio to Alaaka nor devoted your time and labor to other promising ventures, you have
reaped all the bonelltsaud have enjoyed success.
Send your money by cheek, money onler, express money order or registered letter to
International Exploration and Investment Co.,
r; r o .C. 1 1 r..-,.o,l-iv nw ,.rl.- N
to Sue Bolig of l'enn ttvp.
Dec. 10, by Rev. Aurand, Joseph
S. Smith and Henrietta Manbeck,
both of West Heaver twp.
Dec. 16, by Rev. S. Aurand, P.
L. Manbeck and Raehael Kttinger,
lth of Heaver twp.
Dec. 22, G. F. Bilger of Snyder
Co. and Kate A. Stahl of Chillis-
HesponBible agents wanted in every city and town.
$125 Per Month.
WE WANT A
$125 Per Month.
FEW MORE MEN.
AN TKAVKI.ISU. )
Esi-. I Salesmen 1!lb year ronnd.
OUTFIT FREE. Apply at once for territory, of :--
A. H. Henderson & Co., Geneva, N. Y.
I IMPORTED STOCK. SEEDS. SPECIALTIES 8-11 l-st.