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   Lock Haven Express (Newspaper) - December 3, 1890, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania                                WEDNESDAY, DECJBMUJiR 3, 1890. i.iiBaisTCii�5Di.AnoKCf Ayr iiAiLrrxm F. E. Harder-closing out sale. Leiter & Co.-bueineaa not ces. KranoUouK & Co.-annual art display. G. M. K�ller-business looalp, openine, el*. Rothrook Bros -change of adrertisc-ment. A Furmcr on � Uicyfl,!, The Now Englaud farmer of today is mnch given to the covered carriase aud horse that holds his he;id high. I suspect that the reliable hut somewhat do liberate ox satisfied his ancestors. I met ono farmer near Holyoko drivins his cow homo from the pasture on a bicycle -that is, the man w;i.s on a bicycle .and tho cow was ahead of him ou foot, tiioagh she loofeotl as if sho would appreciate a bicycle, too, as he was speeding her along on a rather lively trot. I stopped'him and asked him if there was any fihow for a farmer to make money in that'section, and while the patient cow leaned against a tree and caught her breaiJi ho replied that there was nono whatever. His grandfather had made money on the farm, he said, but ho coold not. Then he called to tho cow to "hump herself,** and went spinning down the road �with the loag sojffering beast making desperate efforts to keep from being run over. It occurred to mo that perhaps his grandfather did not pick tho stones off the farm with a bicycle jmd a pair of tongs.-Cor.'Kcw York Tribune. Impure Ice. The Massachusetts board of health has eianuncd 76 sampks of water and 336 samples of ico from 58 localities, with the.result of showing that, contrary t� general belief, ico may bo nearly as impure as tho �water from which it forms. The crystallization of the water forc^is ont the color, salt, and most of the mat-tar in solution, and clear ico from pol-lut�d-Eonrc pi'jv ju;i. chronic iliarrlinoA.cic. Hood's Sarsaiiu-rilla iias cured nmm^rous ciises ll.'lvill^� all the pfciiliarliies of ihvsi^ cf'iiipl;ti�t^- OiIut riires cBccleil afloni iJic liesl jnuuf of lUr-wonderful curative ;)u\vt'r ut HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA Tliich gecnrcs die canfid.^iio'i of [In; people. Made only by c I. Iloun StCo., I.ov,cir, MaSB I'BLIC iAlS^^^^THE"sUBSCRIBER will eipose to sale, on Saturday, Dec. Clh. 1880, at 9:30 o'clock A. M.. on tbe prenil�e�, the property on Main street lately occupied bj ThumM Yardley. ThclotlsCOilTO feel, more or less, on whlcb Is a frame dwelling house. Terms easy and made known on day ofnale. dldSt THOMAS ROBEKTS. "y 'ART DE LA MODE" AND "LE I J Bon-Ton" for December, at KInPloe's Boob Store. All the leadiuK Fashion Maga-llnes as soon as published. Any msijazinegol, rpO-DAY IS MY GRAND OPENING J.   and for a fine line of eood� If will pay you to call on Keller, the Reliable Jeweer. decSaSt OR WATCHES. DIA1U)NDS AND Jewelery, Silver and Plated Ware, Ctocks, Telesoopes. Spectuclen. EyejjiHKHeR. Opyx, Marble, Iron, Wooil and Nickel Clocks, Gold Headed Canes. Hollow and Klnt Ware. Minute Field and Marine Ulusses call on Keller, the Reliable Jeweler. d3det RACELETB,   THIMBLES, SCARF Pins, Cnircuttons and Pins at Kellir'k, the Reliable Jeweler. dSJlit ATCHES SET WITH DIAMONDS at Keller's, the Reliable Jeweler. d;'Kl8t w F ilLLEO WATCHES AT KELLAR'S, the Reliable Jeweler. d:}df!t PLEASE EXAMINE THB WINDOW for a fine display of [;oodH ut Keller's, the Kellable Jeweler. d:id'u I-MAKE A SPECIALTY 01' TEST, ing the eyes and I Kuiramei. a m i a;l cases or money refunded. Persons ouyln spectacles or EyeiilMbses for PrtseutH cnn have their eyes tested arier the Holidays free or charee at Keller's, ihe R'llable Jeweler. dSdiit lAMONDS MOUNTEO IN STUDS, Earrings. Pins, KIokp, Hracelets. elc , on short notice at Keller's the reliable Jeweler. d-ldSl FOR THE LARGEST AND FINEST llDP Of Diamonds and WatcbeB call on Keller the reliable Jeweler, dridfit FINE LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS open for Inspecllon Krldiiy, Deceraiier Sth at Lelter 4 Go's. Hook Store. Call and see BP. d3d;jt FINE LINE OF PHOTOGRAPH AL bums cheap at Leltcr & Co's. Hook Store. dSdJt_______________ Highest of al'     Leavening Power.-tT. 3. Gov't Report, Atig. 17, tSS^ Pomler ABSOIJUTEIItr PURE Wit Their Stock in Tnulc. How many dnniimors owe their .suc-ceea to ready \vitl How iiuiny uioro could tell of failures, if they wouJil, traceable to tlio luvk at an opportuno moment of but a pinch of Attic salt. No ono appruciates the force of these qnestious bottur than the old traveler who gave uio this choice nioi-sel tho other day. Ho h.-id tried in vain to por-h-nadc a storekeeper to "look him through," and concluded vrith, "I am positive you cannot do Ijotter vrith any man. Our house is tho oldest, larp;cst and cheapest in tho line." Storek&.'per-I hear that same storj- every day.   Evciy drummer that comes here claims the same tidng'. Traveler-There, that shows ynu Iiow they all impose on x>eoplo and imitates our methods. During tho -augb that followed tho grip was oix'nc-vl and the owner s g^ood humor wa.s rowardttl ^\ilh :in order.- Jewelers' "Wcvkly. Elm Bee Hive. 16 E. Main St. Mits Bishop will rivo a seouud diiiici un term Jau 'Jlh and 10 b at a reduced rate-terms payable at each leS'^on. This does DOt include couaiua not living together, nor will it inoiude a party for wbieb a trifllDfi assessment will be made oo each child. Miss Bi�l;Op will {;ive nn nRsembly in the rink DecMnbcr 22nd, Stopper and Fisk orchpBtra. Pareuts of children 2;") cents admits to both clas.sps. Ail other tickets 50 ceiif.s ineluding daucJng. Ad-mit** to bnth Classen also litt.U) clii'rireTj 5 to 7. General assembly 8:30 to 12. All the young pnoplo are cordially invited. Tickets may bo bad of the children or of Mi88 Bishop. Novl5Det22 FRflMiSGUS' Annual Art Disytay this evening at 7 o'clock. Six in Five " Four " Three" Two " Oni ft  family 23 cents each lesson a.') 3') a;! 40 Visiting cliildren who dance ."lO oent-^ lesson. Jl.^KiK n. 13i?iiop. NovloJanlO. BELOW COST! .My entire stork of i-nitu, Kevol-verp, Fishing Tacklu. I'uclieL ICnlves, Shears,Soissord. Itaz ir.'. Baee HalJ Gozils ami .'^(>'ir:Hii,-Goods of all klnild. rikates. Children's Hk'dB and \Vn;,'nn^, and everylliint must be k.j'U heforu January !:jtli. im. Frank E. Harder. Cape Seal Monkey Natural Beaver Mink Black Martin tS oo 22 50 - 35 00 40 00 - 45 00 1890. T.C. HILTON & 00.1890. the _ . mcfhoklHt KlcslneV Book Store.  Aoy periodical or boo^lk:^>l. The Art Amateur Cu,"""       "' Onyx Candelabra Bronzes Sterling Silver Porcelains from all parts of the worhl Doulion and Royal Worcester Plates Cut Glass Art Paintings Derby Silver fee Cream Sets After Dinner Coffers Leather Goods Royal Worcester BouHons FRANCISCUS & CO., Corner Main Street and B&llefonie Avenue. OUR OPENING was last week, is this week, will be next week and every week from now to Christmas. Each day notes an addition to what is now the finest Holiday Display ever attempted in Lock Haven. A few words will serve to illustrate the character and completeness of our collection of ART BITS FOR TIIK TABLE, THE CABIXET OR THE TO/LET STAND. We doubt if so much of iie.vltv, of oddity or of rakk eleg.v.nxe ever was crowded into so small a space.   In our cases -.vill be found exquisite conceptions in the form of Silver Novelties, Cut Glass, Toilet Boxes, Fish Sets, Game Sets, Ice Cream Sets, Dresden Plates, Bric-a-Brac, Bone Plates, Candlesticks and Shade Lamps, After-Dinner Coffers, Writing Pads, Handkerchief Boxes, Statuettes, Jardenieres, Perfume Cases, Sugar and Cream Sets, Triplicate Mirrors, Hose Jars, Individual Coffers, Celery Dishes, Butter Tubs, Finger    Bowls, Olive Dishes, Champagne Glasses, Individual Butters, Water Bottles. Vinegar Cruets, Salad Bowls, Ice Tubs, Pitchers, Decanters, Salts and Peppers, Tumblers, Bon Bon Trays, Silver Toilet Sets, Button Hooks, Bonbonieres, Match Boxes, Stamp Boxes and innumerable articles which must be seen to be appreciated. Our display in the pas( was a fcasl to those who love dainty things, what a baiupici our present stock must be.   All articles now selected will be reserved until wanted. SHOEMAKER, nroTHEGflRy. AND DEAl.HK IN BRIG-fl-BRflC, GIT GRySTflU. LflMFS. ETG. eptl6dti The pride we 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 for some of our customers after we have positively rsfused to duplicate them.They are foiled in their attempt. We are ever watchful of our customers' interest, and in several ca.ses 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. Six 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 $S.oo. 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 clascs 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 Plushes 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 .^aine garments for to-day. Astrakhan, Clotli and Fur Capes. 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 (fur combination) 7 50109 00 Astrakhan Fur Capes - lo co Belgium Coney Fur  -   12 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 gorods, at all times CO 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. LVERETT & GO., BEE  HIVE, 16 EAST MAIN STREET. THE UNIVERSAL OPINION.--"Koi!iE lo Coiare Willi it Ever Slioifl in LflclL Ha?G!i Bciore." SLOW  ABOUT SAM. UNCLE There is really'nothing slow about Uncle Sam. When he invites a m?n to take a ride with him at this Thanksgiving season of the year he doesn't do things by halves. He is traveling at the rate of exactly a mile a minute. What is his hurrry? Why he is on his way to the ROCHESTER CLOTHING HOnSE. and he discovers that if he loses any time he may be to late for the SPECL^L SALE of Overcoats which is now going on. OVERCOATS IN ALL SHADES fl7ERC0ATg FOR ALL AGES. Overcoats of the best makes only. Overcoats for prices to suit everybody's purse. There will be a saving of 25 per cent, on every overcoat you purchase of us. Be sure you see us before you buy. EDWARD HECHT Strictlf One Price ROCHESTER CLOTHiG HOUSE Next Door PostofKce. THE BEST OF EVERYTHING FOR l\.im\ NEW HOLIDfly STOCK. EVERYBODY IS my WITH OUtl_ DISPLAY WE ARE PLEASING THEM ALL Newest Designs, Finest Goods, Astonishing Prices, Sterling Silver Novelties, Dorflinger" Cut Glass, Candelabra, Banquet Lamps. til REMEMBER"-'^ holiday stock opens at its best and dwindles down, smaller and smaller as Christmas approaches. Don't delay, come in at once and make your selections, while our lines are full and complete, and we will reserve for you until Christmas. ROGERS GROUPS- Illustrated Catalogues can be seen at the store or will be sent on application. T. G. HILTON # GO. THIS ADVERTISEMENT IS DESIGNED TO IMPRESS UPON YOUR MINDtTHE FACT THAT THE Sells the BEST GOODS tor tbe least posBlble money. Qlve them a call. NO. 42  BEIXEFONTE   AVENCK. T^CK  HAVEIN.  PA. A UandRome Calendar for the year ISOl presented to each customer. BTTTTEDEt! We have received from Tioga County ^a supply of this Butter direct from Farmers. It is made from Good Apples and Pure Cider,   Come and examine it.  ^ Do you remember those Extra Select SADDLEROGKOYSTERS Sold by the Old Reliable Grocery Last Season? The same kind can now be had fresh every day during the Season. J. Brown & Son. MeelLer's Celebrated Reiedies, MBnufttttured by WtlUamRport Mcdlctne Co LUNO TONIC, a vegetiihlo cnmround for Throtuuiid l.uuifs. BLACKBERRY CORDIAL. forCrHmpH.l;iarrlja?a.t;ho)er� Morbns Hummer Comninlnt,etc. SPEEDY RELIEF, for Rheumatism, Neuralsln, Lame Back-SpralDH. etc. MEEKER'S REMEDIES m sold on tbelr mentJt and are guaranteed. Bemt -----------------------e guaranteed----   _ the valuable teHtlmonluiB accompanlrK each le bv all dmieglBtfl. MaytSdawly bottle. ForwK SELDOM EQUALLED X NEVER EXCELLED A Pure Malt Liquor is the Best Tonic. ROCHESTER BREWING COMPANY'S Bohemain, 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, ilLDllA! BOmii J April 1 dl; (Formerly Globe Bottling Works,). LOCK HAVEN, PENN'A.   

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