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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - November 22, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                3^ Hsr^ti^^^^ 8ATUKDAY, NOVEMBER 22,1890. ..ABSWTOlBOnuTIOR OF ANY DAII.T PUB LiBHBO moLnnoiioocirTT. nW TO-DAT. Benedict-buaiceu lomla. Btotdiot'B holiday opeoing. Two Thaskii^vlnc*. (he lights ahliB oot otthin the castle taAll. TbeseoDilor muaia ecboc* throush u� nlKlit, AAd iramn topers, clostered on the wall OUmaaer ibm tha banquet table bright; For, jear lij year, fall jauth and beautjr meet T� leat asd danra tb atralsa ot miisic sweet. IftraHfk wmttat Loun aruuod the banquet, there ncj tanl In the sajr and fatal��ne: Tet�b tboOT loffdr faces, unaware, Bal��(MUme a dlacooteoted mien: . Foraliyiklifeof eaaeand pteasure'saQUjo IWorC^aathulcK no worthy recompensa iraadbealde the brook A vIm did cmtace stands upon the green; rilll -ij jm.....Illilii this humble nook AsihoMt'y�oaian and htewile have been- A. �Ml(OT�Bt hamlet, where the'even flow Of vtatar days and sumoier come and eo. AclMilVMrirof fruitful (ardenplot ns BBRow Umlta of their circle bound; A M < d inahack. Behadgoneto Hon-tteil and afte�the first shock had settled Mm to work and gradually by Iticky � �� ihad grown rich. -Philadel- ^ CimeM In the Crimea. Sous interesting results were obtainad ttam the aidueologiod explorations ctf-liai Ad in the Crimea during* last summer. Profeeor Vesselovsld found paint-aAkmnan bones in two graves-six skel-etaa in one grave and one in anothet-. wen known ardueologist Professor Qrcmpler, of Breelao, who was present kit jear at' the congress of ardueolo-gWa at Koacow, is of opinion that these giBTes belooged to the original inhabi-tadti of the Crimea, the Cimmerians of Berodotm. It was a usage with them to by their dead on elevated spots so that the birds might consume the flesh. Vfeaa quite bleached they painted the AsWmn with some mineral pigment, rtiawi imliliiliitmii 1ipsiiiti i1 skeletons hafs tMen found in Central Asia, but  st�d Id snothar colamn by Bears, Henry & Co., Gaoeva, K. T. They are a reliatiie flm.  EaUblished 1865.        Dav6daw4� Humor in Stomach Cmnaesmuch slcfcncxs attributed to dyspepsia, cliroDlcdlarrhoeA, etc. Hood's Sarsapa-rllU has cured numerous cajjes havinz all the pfwullaritles ol these complaints. Other fures' effected aflord the l>cst pruot of the wondurful curatlfe power of HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA vhieli necures the confidence of the people. Made only hjr a I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mr- Do you remember those Extra Select SADDLBROGKOYSTERS Sold by the Old Reliable Grocery Last Season? Thesame kind can now be had fresh every day during the Season. J. Brown   Powder ABSOiJUTEUr PURE ?iuiulM3r llotli DtM>ni. The golden rule, "Do unto others as yon wonid have them do unto you," is violated in a petty fashion in New York whicli is intensely irritating. Many people when finishing their houses neglect to put the numbers on properly, vrith the result that strangers in search of a particular residence wander up and down the semi-lighted street cursing volubly. This absolute neglect of the law, however, is not as irritating as the practice of painting the name on the outer door and omitting it over the inner door. Until 10 o'clock the greater number of storm doors stand open. The light from the hall chandelier iUnminates the inner transom, but the enter one is a dull blank, on which nothing can be read. You stare at what you know are figures, finding yourself utterly unable to distinguish them, and yon are reduced to the ignominious course of ringing the bell and asking what the ntmiber is, which invariably produces on the face of the servant who appctrs an expression of a conviction not flattering to your sobriety. Good Cliristians there be who put the number on both transoms-may their homos be exalted and their eiamples imitated!-New York Telegram._ To aootbe disturbed feeiiogs brought on by a cold, ami to core oooghs, oroup aod boarseneu, take Dr. Buli's Cough Syrup. Price 25 cents. Boeklen's Amlea salve. The best Salve in tbe world for Tuts, Bmiaea,8ores, nioere,Balt Rheam, Fever, Bores, Tetter, Chapped Bands, ChiibiaioB, Corns, and ali Skin Eruptions, and positively cures Piiea, or no pay required. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction, or money refunoed Price 26 cents per .Toi.   For saie b� C. v. Sohaeffle Mi�8 Bishop will give a second dancing term Jan 9tb and 10 h at a reduced rate-terms payable at each Ifsoon. Tliis dues not ioo'nde causins not living together, nor will it include a party for wiiich a trifling asaesBmeDt wiii be made on each child. a family 23 cents each leH�on "      25    " "      30    " "      33    " "     "     35...... "     40    " Yieiting children wbn dauuu 50 oents a lasaoD. M.'iniE H. Bisuor. NovlSJaolO. Six in Five " Four " Three" Two " One A Safe Invesbnent. Is one which is guaranteed to bring you satisfactory results, or in case of failure a return of purchase price. On this safe plan you can buy from our advertised Dinggist a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery for Consumption. It is gnaranteed to bringrelief in every case, when used for any aff^eotion of Throat, Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption, Inflammation of Lungs, Bronchitis, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and can always bo depended upon. Trial bottles free at C. C. Schaeffle's Drug Store.    1 OPERA HOUSE. ONE WEEK COMMENCINI} MONDAY, KOV. 24. Tenth Year and Farewell Tour of Mil CoiieilT Co. PREMIUM BAND AND ORCHESTRA.. BIOOERand BBTrERTHAN ever BEFORE. Tne I^avorite Repertoire Actor of Americs, Jas. T?,.  Wa�-be. The Brilliant Calirornla Star, MISS KATHRIN^ CREGO. The I'opular Youne Actor. Harry Knight- The Irresistible Comedian. Albert ClaytoD.and a One company. Our Famous Band and Or-cheaira augmented by MI3S OEOROIE DEAN 8PACLDING, the world famous Harpist. Monday nlghl-Thegrm lAUghlnc Succcbs UNCLE KElTBEN; or, Shadows of Ufe." New Hongs and Dances. Admission 2Q, 30 and 40 Cents. Reserved Seats for Rale at Seluer & Rliyme-atlne'8 book store. HOUDAY OP0ING BENEDICT'S KEYSTONE JEWELRY STORE. SATURDAY. NOV. 29TH All are cordially InvltFd to inspect tbB supply of GIFTS FOR XMAS CHOICE WEDDING, BIRTHDAY AND CHRISTMAS PRESENTS! The choicest line of Cut Crystal, Bric-a-Brae, Sterling Silver, Banquet and Parlor Lamps ever displayed in Lock Haven. In Cut Crj'stal We have everything of use or beauty. In the Royal Wares Our line includes Worcester, Flemish, Rudolstock, Hungarian, Carlsbad,Cauldon, Derby, Bonn and Pointon. Innumerable Silver Novelties from the choicest manufacturers. Lamps in every variety and design. SHOEMAKER, ho: Bee Hive. 16 E. Main St flPOTHEGflRY. AND DEALER IN nptlOdtl BRIG-fl-BRflG. GUT GRYSTflL. LAMPS. ETG. The pride ws take in our Cloak Department this season is justly merited, and is being proven to our customers every day when they visit our store andexamine ourstock.whichthis season consists of a larger assortment of fine garments than has ever been shown by any house in this city. Many of these garments are in exclusive styles that are controlled by us only, although some of our worthy competitors make every effort to copy some of our most desirable styles, and try to procure them tor some of our customers after we have positively rafused to duplicate them.They are foiled in their attempt. VVe are ever watchful of our customers' interest, and in several cases have we defeated their plans, and protected our customers, although our stock of high class garments is very large and varied. Our assortment of the mediums and cheaper grades is the largest shown in the city, and contains values unheard of before in this or any other market in this part of the country. We have an assortment of Children's Coats in ten or twelve styles, sizes from 4 to 12 years, and of good quality of cloth, at 75 cents per garment. Si.x different styles of Ladies Jackets at $2.00 per garment, that are really worth twice the price. Ten styles of Ladies Newmarkets at $5.00 per garment, that cannot possibly be obtained elsewhere for less than $8.00. We do not quote prices on the above styles as being the only cheap garments we have, but simply state that we can supply all clases of trade with Coats and Wraps, in qualities and styles that are above the average for the money the customers are desirous of spending. Plush Coats Jackets. Plush garments have come in for a good share of our attention this season and we are now prepared to show styles that are entirely different from those of other seasons, both in trimmed and untrimmed garments. We handle only Walkers English Pluslus that give the best satisfaction to the purchasers, and in finish and appearance can hardly be detected from the finest Alaska London dyed Seal Skin. These goods were purchased by us before the enormous advance in price was demanded by the manufacturers, and are being offered at prices that are lower than we could purchase the same garments for to-day. Astrakhan, Clotti and Fur Cape$. Our assortment of Capes is still very complete and comprises all the desirable furs of the season. Space will not permit us to go into detail, but will just mention a few things: Black   English    Hair Capes - . $ 5 00 Astrakhan Cloth - 6 00 Plush  and  Astrakhan (furcombination)7 5010900 Astrakhan Fur Capes - 10 00 Belgium Coney Fur - 12 00 Cape Seal - - 15 00 Monkey - -, 22 50 Natural Beaver - - 35 00 Mink - - - 40 00 Black Martin      -     - 45 00 We also have in stock Muffs to match all these popular styles of Capes. We have added to our already large stock of Fancy Goods, a full assortment of Senora Saxonys and German-town Wools. We are special agents for Hall's Bazar Dress Form and Butterick Patterns, and carry a full line in stock at all times. Low prices, the largest assortment of goods, at all times to select from, and our original way of doing business is taken as a copy by some of our competitors, who imitate our way at all times. This fashion of copying our styles is very flattering to us and keeps us at the head of the dry goods business in the city. EVERETT & 60., BEE HIVE 16 EAST H&IN STREET. SFEGIflL SALE! -ON- NOV. 21 AND 22. In order to make room for other goods, LODER, DUNCAN & WAIDLEY will sell on tbe doyH above mentioned a 25ceiit�asliBoaiil[or - - Iflc 13 cent Broom to - - Iflc 15 cent Jawed Covereil M Paa for 10c iBonnfl Coffee or Tea Can for - 4c 100 ClotliBS Pins for - - 10c 1 Coal BncM and SHovel for - 25o 24 Cases Floating Met Soap for 25c 18c Case Soap to intwiince same for 5c and nnmerouB other articles of every day use at iurprlslngly low flgares. Opiwrtun-Ul?8 for bargalDB are rare. LODER. DUNGflN k WfllDLEY. 25 East Main Street. Next door to ist Nat. Bank Jnne I9daw MODEL GASH GROCERY knows nothing about keeping books but they do know how to sell the freshest and b�it groceries for tbe loBBt money, Amons tbelr RpeclalUoR Is a "Rock CauUy" Syrup, the flne^t in the city and of wbtch they bav�itbe exclusive sale. Also tbe *-X))aniond*' and "Biar" Flour, manufactured by Noble A Bon, of Wll-Uamsport. Than which there are no better In the state. Sold at the same price as home-made flours. Call and bo couTlnced. ROTHROGK BROTHERS, MO. �S IIKLLKFONTK ATENUK. MCK HATEM, PA. OUR CLAIM to leadership in all thai pertains to wearing apparel Jor Men and Boys, is one which is most amply substantiated by the stock which we are showing at the present time.    7o begin with MEN'S OVERCOATS. We never before thought of carrying such a stock, as we have at the present time. Besides the usual line of staple goods at moderate prices, we have ventured scores of tony high-grade novelties, and we are selling them. THESE IS NO L ONGEJi any ne:d for a gentleman to patronize a merchant^ tailor to get either a Perfect Fit or a Fine Coat. As to price, why of course there s an immense difference in our favor EVERY OVERCOAT you may lay your hands on 7vithin our store is an Overcoat any tailor might be proud to make. TO ANY GENTLEMAN looking for a FINE OVERCOAT, we lurve a word orhao to say. We received last week some exceptionally fine Kersey and Cheviot Overcoats. i-       j j j ,,              EXCEL in make and finish anything we ever seen in ready-made Uothmg.   Here are afeiu samples of what we carry this season. MELTONS,  KERSEYS, CHEVIOTS, BEAVERS,   CHINCHILLAS, CORKSCREWS, ENGLISH TOP COAT, STORM COATS _ULSTERS, DOUBLE BREASTED COATS. IN MEN AND YOUTH'S SUITS our stock is equally well assorted. Black and Fancy Cheviots in all styles. Double and Single Breasted Sack Suits. Frock and Cutaway Sack Suits. FOR THE LITTLE FELLOWS. We have on hand a collection such as was never seen in this town before. Besides the styles that you are accustomed to see, we have many choice and original designs, which are not to be seen outside our store, as we have control of the patterns. WE KNO W theri^s not another such stock in town. Jersey Suits for the Boys in many novel designs. Overcoats in Endless Variety. The prices which rule in our Boys Department is an irresistible argument \ for your patronage. IN UNDER WEAR for Men and Boys we show the most complete line you can wish to see.    Our leaders this season are NAI URAL WO OL in all grades. OUR HAT DEPARTMENT speaks for itself, as our sales in Hats are doubling itself every season. You know we are sole agents for the Celebrated R OSSMORB MAKE.   Every Hat guaranteed. PRICES DON'T GO UP. Great efforts are being made in certain quarters to force up prices and to use the neju Tariff" as an Advertising Medium. But notwithstanding all this we have up to (lie present been buying goods cheaper than ever before, and have bought our present stock at unusually close figures, and the prices 7ve have marked it are making it go rapidly. STRICTLY   ONE-PRICE Clothier, Hatter and Gent's Furnisher, NEXT DOOR TO P. O. LOCK HAVEN, PA. mvmm m thabksgivini}! Our line of Table Delicacies this year includes everything which is necessary to prepare a first class Thanksgiving Dinner. OYSTERS, MINCE MEAT. CELERY, TABLE RAISINS, CRANBERRIES, TABLE NUTS, SWEET POTATOES,   BANANAS. ORANGES AND FIGS. ETC. Also Marvin's Fruit Cake in two pound air tight cans. And the most complete line of Fancy Canned (^oOds in the city, FREDERICKS & JEFFERIS, THE  aHOCEHS. TELKPHONK COMMEVTION. JanS SELDOM EQUALLED NEVER EXCELLED 1 A Pure Malt Liquor is the Best Tonic. ROCHESTER BREWING COMPANY'S Bohemian. Baravian and Standard Lager. Experts and Conneisseurs pronounce it "The Best in the World,''   (Above brands in wood and bottles). RIENZI, EXPORT and MALT WINE (in bottles only). Authorized Bottlers and Sole Dealers, e April 1 dly (Formerly Globe Bottling Works,) LOCK HAVEN, PENN'A.   

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