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MARKET SQUARE, SUNBURY, PA.
The Record of 30 YeapsLr-""-'
l John repp of (.w.treville ami Elleu
Ihe Marruiye for the Last Ihirtif jbnruUi-r u irauklin twp.
Thousands of Dollars worth of the FINEST CLOTHING at a Erac-
tlon of Its Real Wrth.
It ia settled fact that wo do at no time carry our season's goods for a future sea
sons selling if price will sell it. We think its not good business form. We are not satis
..i ..ir. wa ..an slmw a. new and complete line in the beginning ot the season. We
Hell Ulllvoo it v ..
tart the wheel agoing with a
TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT REDUCTION-
AND NOW WE SLAUGHTER PRICES.
sell at $6.50
plain colors. Wo mark them.
were made to
in fancy and
CLEARING SALE PRICE.
Men's Fancy Plaid Suits
which $4 would be a fair
price for wo mark
Children's suits, 29 cents;
was made to sell for $1 ; the
sizes are 4, 5 and (i,
Hoys' caps we make 12e;
they could be sold at 25c.
Most of our farmers arc through
with haying and harvest . I'.
A. Slim was to Siinliurv on Friday
ol last wwk Tobias'Seehrif.t was
to MilHinburg one day last wwk-
Postmaster Stino transacU'il
business at tin county scat last Sat- j
unlay Edward Molin is visiting
friends in Bloomsliurg at this writ
lug (Jeo. Stout It'll for Nebraska
tm Tuesday. . . .Howard Zeclimati
awl wife of (J len Iron visited J.
W. Kcister'son Sunday Mrs. J.
K. Mohn and daughter of Jersey
Shore are visiting here Edward
Smith and wife of White Springs
visited Levi Pick's on Sunday
Masters Harry ami Emory Mohn of
Jersey Shore have been visiting their
grand-parents during the past few
weeks W. M. DrciU-lbliss and
family of White Springs spent Sun
day with Benjamin Ijosb'
Frank Cole, wife and his brother,
Johu and Miss Lizzie Wood of
Moiitoursvillc visited U. II. Fess
ler's during tho past week. . . .M. A.
Rnteman and wife of Selinsgrove
visittil friends here over Sunday
Sheriff Hitter, F. S. Riegle and
Charles Rousli of Middluburg trans
acted business in town on Saturday
.... Miss Dessie Sainpsell, nflor un
absence of several months, visiting
Ler cousin. Mrs. Clem. Smith of
Johnsonburg, returned home last
week Mrs. Geo. Mitchell, after
attdending the funeral of her son,
F. M. Spangler of Moore Park,
Mit-h., returned last week C. E.
Sampell earries the belt for Bass fish
ing, havig caught 1 1 bass last Fri
Farmers Break the Boggy Monopoly.
It 18 claimed that for years bU(NTT manufac
turer liave secured exorbitant price (or Uielr
goods, but recently, through the combined as
nintKiiue of the firmer of Iowa. Illlnol and
MBr ntnl'w. Skahs, Itorniurit & Co., of Chicago,
Boys' Suits which wo bought
800 of and should be sold at
$1.25, wo mark
Children's waists 2 for
they are tho 25c kind
Bicycle Leggins in fifty dif
ferent patterns, we mark
The dollar kind we mark
Bicycle Belts, i(Jc, should
bo sold at 25c,
Bicycle Caps made of crash;
the coolest cap ever made,
A Letter to Aunt Kaehael.
t'AiHO, III., Auirnst as.
To Aunt ItuchnflSTcriii 1'h.mm.iIi-, N J.:
Dkah .Majah : We hate iim?U Jour .Main In!
Ulnars l.)r itnt Ml nicii.ihx imxi. Mini find 11. Hie
Ik'm luiiiu w bntc ever n'rt to effectually
wipe oiil ti.ifca ut malari level .
Alex Bowcrsox of Middleburg
removed F. E. Ililbish's sale stable
to his residence at the west end of
Market Street. It is now more con
venient to horse dealers mid jll who
attend the sales. . . .Rev. Drucken
inillcr has returned from his vaca
tion. He preached a suitable ser
mon on Sunday evening. . . .Thanks
giving services appropriately ol
scrved by the Lutheran and Rcform
en Sunday school last Sunday. Supt.
Moyer conducted suitable music for
th occasion. Dr. Smith read the
President's proclamation. Supt. Boy
er, Charles Miller and W. L. Bass
ler addressed the large audience in
attendance Joseph Moyer's hor
ses rau away in crossing Flint Ridge
south of Freeburg last Monday.
They were attached to a threshing
i . fm ii ii i .i v ."w..iiBmmiWuliw me norui. uu-
machine. 1 lie l.inu axle broke, the . er irHonatiy-conducti tourist avsieui.
. i P. I i "7 so auu August 10. tub point Included In
! Upset ailtl one of the horses me itinerary and the country traversed abound
My wu lias been hiitkly, feverish, weak and
ihiiicU'i! lor Hii-pHi. lour M'utona, and im d al
iikmI everylhliiK. We heard mi iniii h of your
biters Unit I concluded to iry It ; niv wlio'a up
pel He Inn IcIiii Dt il anil hIih In Htronif, well and
fliriKhlly iijjuln una iillowlntf to oiir Ivruviuii
Miiluilul lliili rs. u. II. W'OODWAKD.
Throat Disease Curetl with Crapes
The liO'id old nurse, descendant of llnlland
Duli'li, ducovenm Unit a t'oiiiulimllon of L'ranea
Willi the linn-hound Herb and the H,m f
Kieeaiupune made lulo u eorillvul will cure sore
ltinialtaiidcoutfhs,aiid Ih excellent for colas
caiarrn and all irrliutlon of tno llrouciilul mue'
tonallHandtliront, and for slnimre and nulillt!
Bpeakers. UruKKloU any the sales are limiiRii
aud it is dot ugtfriat Kood. It, Is called Auut
Itacliuel's hlecaiiipune and llorehouud fj.uial.
DELIGHTFUL SUMMER TOURS.
Two Tour lo the North vli lnniMyl.
For the convenience of those who seek the
most attractive way of spendlUk-a Summer vaca
tion, the l'euhslvaula Kallroad Company bus
n.iauKcu mu urii(llllUI ioui ui the Norlu, uu-
was thrown across the fence. The
drivers cswijied uninjured, but the
horses were injured.nt several places
and the machineconsiderably broken.
Musical College commences the
Summer Term on the 18th instant.
Dr. Perkins, A. W. Potter and a
combination of Freeburg and Selins
grove singers practiced music in onr
church on Saturday evening to be
rendered at the Lutheran Reunion
Packer's Island on Aug. 4.
The Lutherans at this place will
celebrate the Lord's Supper Sunday,
On June 28th 1898 at the resi
dent of the bride's parents by Rev.
L. Dice, Kev. Walter J. Dice of
Newport Pa. and Miss ' Belle R.
Freed of Beavertown Pa.
July 5, at McClure, by Rev. W.
II. Hilbish, Clarence C. Breininger
hRor. the pi ice of ooen burgles down to: ana Henrietta Bmitn, Doth' ot Mo
Hfcsur Top Buirln,l2!i.7i Tplsurrle. I Mllro t .
July 2, by G. M. Shuidel, Cleric
O. C. Adam L. Howell and Cath
erine Stetler, both of Middleburg.
and upwards, and they are shipping tbem In
hanisnwr lumber direct to farmers In every
stat!- Tfiey Bond an Immense Bumr Catahyne
ires, poal paid, to any on who asks tor It. This
ovv'ulnlv tea blfr victory for ins tarmer, but a
fevmo diow to tne carriage manufacturers ana
lo nuture's besuUeH : Watklns olenn. ni .r,.r,.
Kal.s, Thousand Islands, Quebec, Montreal, Au
Sable t'Uasm. Lakes fhsiiinuin . iJ,.?..
sarutok'a, auu the HI(Ulaud& of the Uudson ire"
attractions. mm ttuu topbw natural
Bacb tour will be In charge of ono of the com.
pauy's tourist DKeuta, asslHted by an expert.
iicidladyashaperou, whce especial chaTae
wiu be uescortea ladlw.
The rate of f 100 from New York, Brooklyn.
Newark. Treuion. Piiii.i,.i.,i,i.. 'n..:?'''"'
Balilinoreaud Wainii n ?.u:
SSS!t.ISSJ?LtM2L """ trip. pauorHMtr
r""' uum vuieruticuient,
trauier charifes, carriage lilre-ln fact, every
Item of necessary eiDeuse. s '
For detailed Itinerary, tickets, or auy addl-
uuuw luionnsuon, addreas Tourist Agent.
I'enusylvanla Itallroad Cumpany, im bTwut
w2yuNe7 Vork i (km Fulton Street, Brooklyn!
io..-.T t7Jv. . . """ or ueo. v.
j , omuut unurrai rasseneer
Broad Street biatlou, PhUadelpbla.
Reduced Rates to Buffalo via Pennsyl
vania Railroad, account Baptist
Young People's International
For tne Internationa) convention of tne Bap
tist Young People' Union ol America, to be
held t Buffalo July U to 17. 18W, tne rtnnsyu
!,.a?'"..?eUr0BS V?pn' w,u Ml wcuralon
tlokeu from all tiokel (tatloni on 1U line to
Buffalo and return at rate of tingle far tor the
round trip. Ticket will be ol July u to is
and will be good to return an tu July 10. ex cent
tnat by depositing ticket with Joint Agent at
Buffalo m July if, la, or it. aad tke payment of
nrty oonts, the return Hmlt mav be extended to
leave Buffalo to Bepwmber luss. w
8peclsl train win leave Broad Street Station.
Phfladelphla, at t J0 A, XxJuly it, rraaw lftio
A. M., Lanoaater UJt A, xJulnlitborg uh
P. M. Psswengeri from otber poiata deaUlcir to
use special train cao use regular train to luao
tionsution. . it.
Years Compiled to Jterice ffea-
ant Recollections and to Preserve
Aug. ll,ly llev.T. O. Cloese,
C. S. ktsskr of Shainokin Dam to
Olive N. Smith of Suubury.
Au;. 10, by Kev. M. L. Dietzler,
Anion il:.s.singer of Sniithgrove mid
Mollie K. Si-liivyer of New Berlin.
Aug. 30, by llev. J. 1'. Shindel,
Job liuachcl and Mary Alice
Mover, both of Snyder County.
Sept. 4,11. J. C. Fisher, formerly
of Selinsgrove, and Sadie Berry ot
Sept. 5, in MiHlinburg, by llev.
Aiispich, B. S. Sehoeh und Minerva
Benner, both of New Berlin.
Sept 6, Philip W. Stroupof Buf
falo Run, Centre Co., to I lady Dock
of Middlecreek twp.
Sept. 0, Jackson liar man and
Barbara Ramer, both of Washing
Sept. 7, by Rev. D. M. Stetler,
Charles F. Wagner and Amelia
Smith, both ot Beaver twp.
Sept. 1 2, at the residence of J.
II. Arnold, by Rev. A. II. Spangler,
Ccorge Seiberand Ellen Moatz, both
Sept. 1G, at Middleburg, by Rev.
D. F. Reed, Win. Deppen and Emma
Lose, both of Globe Mills.
Sept. 20, by Rev. M. L. Dietzler,
Joseph Luck of liannerville to Ada
Jane Swartzler of West Beaver twp.
Sept. 20, by same, Amos C
Smucker of Mill Creek, Hunting
don Co., to Jennie A. Schroyer of
Sept. 23, by Rev. M. L. Dietzler,
David A. Mattern of Troxelville to
liiiura E. Berge of Centreville.
Sept. 22, by 1). S. Boycr, Esq.,
Bonneville Straub to Lydia Ann
Mouicr, both of Susquehanna twp.,
J uniata Co.
Sept. 23, by D. S. Buyer, Escj.,
Frank Straub and Mary Dcpiien,
both of Washington twp.
Sept. 25, at Beavertown, by Rev.
1). M. Stetler, Tlicophilus Swine
ford and Emma J. Knepp, both of
Sept. 27, by Rev. S. E. Oehsen
f'ord, Frederick Row and Jennie S
Stetler, both of Salem.
Sept. 30, by J. F. Wampole,
Albert Straub of Washington twp.
to Sarah A.IIassingcrof'Perry twp.
Oct. 5, by Rev. T. R. Dietz,
Franklin Sanders and Jennie E.
Ocker, Injth of near Centreville.
Oct. 7, by Rev. A. II. Spangler,
J. F. Eisenhour of Middleburg to
Seniecdu M. Kantz of Freeburg.
Oct. 11, by Rev. M. L. Dietzler,
Geo. F. Rhawn of Milton ahd Noia
F; Ileckendoru of Adanisburg.
Oct. 14, by Rev. D. E. Reed,
Samuel II. Hummel and Jane Mus
ser, Initli of"(ilol)e Mills.
Oct. 18, at Beavertown, bv Rev.
D. M. Stetler, Anthony Will and
Ida Steininger, lioth of Decatur twp.
Oct. 18, by same, Amos Snook
and Sarah X. Male, lioth of Decatur
Oct. 18, by Rev. II. W. Gross,
Wnu W. Shol ley and Minerva Hum
mel, both of Snyder Co.
Oct. 20, by Rev. J. P. Shindel, I
James r. Wii'th ,of Union Co. to
Eliza!)ct!i Spechtof Snyder Co.
Oct. 21, by Rev. W. A. Haas,
David F. Rowand Minerva Pontius,
both of Kreamer.
Oct, 23, by Rev. T. R. Dietz,
Levi Musserand Mary M. Stine,
both of Centreville.
Oct. 25, by Rev. A. II. Spangler,
M. L. Wagner of Beavertown to
Annie E. Tobias of Troxelville.
Nov. 4, by Rev. A. II. Spangler,
Dr. James J. Greenhoe and Minnie
Kepler, both of Fremont.
Nov. 18, by Rev. II. V. Gross,
Mr. Harder and Miss Alexander,
both of Coburn, Pa.
Nov. 18, at Beavertown, Arthur
D. Snyder mid Joanna E. Snook,
both of West Beaver.
Nov. 18, by Rev. S. P. Brown,
Jacob E. Herrold and Amelia Hum
mel, both of Chapman.
Nov. 20, by Rev. J. W. Bought
er, John Metzger of Union Co. to
Kate Huttenstine of Snyder Co.
Nov. 21, by Rev. J. W. Bough
ier, D. M. Cargill and Mrs. R. J.
Tioe, both of Lewistown.
Nov. 22, by Rev. D. M. Stetler,
EliasO. Price of Adamsburg and
Sarah E. Thomas of Paxtonville.
Nov. 2S), bv Rev. J. E. F. Has-
singer, Win. H. Bobb of Fisher's
K-rry und Mrs. Martha Musser of
Kaniz. .. .
Dec 2, by Rev. .). P. Shindel,
Hiram W. llackenburg and Alice
Stroub, lioth of Centre Co.
Deo. 2, by Daniel Weiriek, .T. P.,
John Datih-rmaii of Union Co. to
Lizzie Gill Franklin twp.
f lec.2, by Absalom Burner, Fxi.,
Alisnloin Wilt ami Emma Herrold,
both of this county.
Dec. 9, by Rev! J. P. Shindel,
GusUivus Mengel of Washington
twp. to Izora Biekhart of Franklin.
Doc. 0, by Rev. P. Born, Wilson
Wendt and Kate A. Kerstetter,
both of Shaiuokin Dam.
Dec 9, by Kev. T. O. Cleese,
Harvey Yager to Sallie E. Baney,
Iwth of Freeburg.
Dec. 10, by lie v. Boughter, John
Duck und Alto Walter, both of
Dec. 1G, by Rev. D. M." Stetler,
Wm. Romig of McClure to Amanda
Rearick of Franklin twp.
. Dec. 10, by Rev. W. M. Iandis,
Jonathan Bachnian and Reliccca
Stover, both of near Troxelville.
Dec. 18, by Rev. D. M. Stetler,
Iiewis Walter andAlda Moyer, both
Dec. 20, by Rev. II. W. Grass,
Charles F BuRiington and Jennie
h. Dorn, both of Middleburgh.
Dec. 23; by Rev. W. A. Haas,
George Bloomfield of Phila. and
Martha Jane Parks of Selinsgrove.
Dec. 23, by Rev. II. W. Gross,
J. C. Swineford ot Middleburgh to
Clara L. Bailey of Centre twp.
Dec. 23, by Rev. D. M. Stetler,
Jesse Gearhart of Centre twin and
Susan Houtz of Adams twp.
Dec. 23, by Wm. Moyer, Esq.,
iicorge Hams ot OAlimgton twn,
to Hannah L. Ileintzelmanof Perry
Dec. 25, byR. L. Gearhart, John
A. Ilunimel of Freeburg and Ella
uetz ot Ijtjwisburg.
Dec. 25, by Rev. J. P. Shindel,
Wm. II. Markel and Mary Amanda
Spigelmyer, both of West Beaver.
Dec. 25, by Rev. I). M. Stetler,
David Middleswarth to Sarah Herb
ster, both of Adams twp.
Dec. 25, by Rev. II. W. Gross,
Harvey E. Shambacli and Mattie
Bowersox, lxth of Paxtonville.
Dec. 25, at Grand Rapids, Mich.,
by Rev. Craves, Win. W. Ayers,
formerl y of Middleburg, now resid
ing at Trufant, Mich., and Lizzie
Ilartnett cf Grand Rapids.
Dec. 25, by Rev. KB. Killinger,
Charles A. Erdley of Salem and
Alice S. Ilackenlmrg of North-
Feb. 7, by liev. M. L ft
Reuben Dreese of Halstead,!
Cik Kansas, and Emma t2
of Wagner, PL . . l
Feb. 10, by Rev. M. L J
Daniel Zeiber ofllaLstcad, 0
Co., Kansas, and Siisani,,.' )
klau oi Adamsburg.
Fell.-12, by Kev. P
Irvin Rtimig and Kale A li
of Milton. I H
Fek 14, by Rev. II.
Josie Smith of Kreamer and
Gutelius of Middleburg.
Mar. 2, by Rev. S. p
lames Uoodlinur nf
Elizabeth Vogley of iVrrv
AJar. 2, by A. G. U,,,.,,
i., iienrv feteim
Glatfelter, both of GtWwJ
Mar. 6, Gco.Sadeonu
an4 .uuuiu xierusier ot Mm
mar. b, by C. SIi.k LI.-
T v- nw . "i
o uuies jv. irunuer of Snj
"uu varonue JJiena-h of fniu
If.. A I.. 11 - -
mar. v, oy ivev. &i. J,, jy
Jacob li. Haines and Ada E.D
warth, Iwth of Beavertown. 1
Mar. 11, by Rev. W.
JfllllM IT. Hillvurf i
Dniav T IT.x.l.l i- . "f
"j ..uiviu ui Jvailtz,
Aiu. uy ivev. J . j t'
William Bingamau ot JiJ
and Caroline Elizabeth s.,;Jj
Mar. 30, by Rev. J.F.i
Jeffei-son D. Hummel and
Artley, Iwth of Middlecm
Apr. 1, by Rev. D. M. 4
Johu E. Charles ofllartUJ
ion Co., and Ada Musr 0f J
Apr. 10, by Rev. J. v. J
tcr, at the Eagle Hotel, F r
aim rwizaoem iMmtli, iMith
ville, Schuylkill Co., Pa.
Apr. 13, by Rev. S. 1
Frank Brown of Chapman ac
"win m v erauia.
Apr. 17, by Rev. A.C.W
John Yeisley of AVest lluffj
ion o., and Alice Riegle 0i
.Denver, ouyder Uo,
Apr. 17, by Rev. W. M.J
Wm. F. Ettinger and Jennitl
oil, both of nearSelinsL'mvfc
Clemence of Juniata Co.
Apr. 27, by Rev. S. E.
i.wA T. .,.:!. !r cs a i
uusiuu ii. i3ciiraiL'ran.
Apr. 27, by Rev. J. D.
R. A. Kantz of Scliiissrow
Laura Hughes of Kanlz,
May 8, at Beavertown.
D.M. Stetler, Anion IlJ
Susan CVRomig, both u
Mifllin Co. "
May 20, by Rev. S. V
lord, Asaph Beaver of -c
to Ellen Hummel ol"Kt
May 25, at BcavertowM
Apr. 27, by
Estj., James Ji
Dec. 27, by Kev. D. M. Stetler, D. M. Stetler, Johu IVtcrJ
1'eter J' . Riegle of Adams twp. to lua C. Smith, both of 1W
Lizzie E.llassinger of Decatur twp.,
Dec. 27, by same, John O. Kuu- autla Jwdou of Centreville.
June 1, by Rev. D. M.
Jacob Bubb of Troxelville A
kle of Union Co. to Mary C. Wal
ter of Centre twp.
Dec. 27, by same, James M. Mil
ler and Iiizzie A. Shawers, both of
Dec. 20, Joseph Clelan and Mary
E. Spaid, both of Middleburg.
Jan. 8, by Rev. D. M. Stetler,
Wilson Walter and Ellen B. Crou; ,
both of Hartley twp., Union Co.
Jau. 9, by Rev. S.E. Oehsenford,
James F. Kessler of Hummels'
Wharf and Ellorah J. Kocher of
Jun. 13, by Rev. M. L. Dietzler,
James A. Felker and E. Virginia
Wood ling, both of Adamsburg.
Jan. 14, by C. R. Rishel, J. P.,
Simon J. Wenrich and Clara Hoff
Jan. 15, by Rev. D. M. Stetler,
Edward L. Rothrock of Decatur,
Mifllin Co., and Lizzie Gctzof Ban-nerville.
Jan. 17, by Rev. W. A. Haas,
Henry B. Rcninger and Mary M.
Stetler, both of Salem.
Jan. 26, by Rev. T. R. Dietz,
Charles F. Winters of Willianwport
aud Ella C. Seebold ot New Berlin.
Jan. 28, by Rev. J. F. Wampole,
Amon Hnmmel of Kreamer and
EmmaC. Charles ot Freeburg.
Jan. 31, by Rev. W. H. Stover,
James F. Snook and Sadie S. Haines,
both of Beavertown.
Feb. 3, by Rev. W. H. Stover,
James M. Kline and Mollie L.
Wetzel, daughter of Judge Wetzel,
both of lieavertown. . 1
June 1, by Rev. J. F. Vi
Charles A. Sower to U
Bilger, both of Middlwreek
June 10, by Rev. M. I J
Thomas J. Middleswarth wi
town to Clyde K. Ilarnerofi
June 17, by Rev. T. 0.
M. C. Walter of Selin
June 19, at New JJorlin, I
W. H. Stover, Wm. X. K
MitHinbiirg and Kate t.
June 19, by llev. M.L
John O. Klimrler of M
and Anna V. Gundruni ui
Juue 2D, by Rev. M.L
Isaac W. Treaster mid
Gross, both of McL'lum
June 29, by Rev. S. P
Philip Daubert of &W
Hannah Rothermel of rn
29. bv same, John
and Susan Biekhart, both
Irwin Bitting and Emim
both of the vicinity of
July 27, at Freeburg,
If. Wampole, John A.
Dillie Agues Heigcs,
vicinity of Jb remont
ioyouiv;w " t
i . Jj.oo. J
17W ISM Model UdM' VAJ
are ow belag aoUl oa easy
S4; otber oouifht at W-J,
at lt.M and SSS-M. to be paid
It yon will out tat notiotj",
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