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4 Feb 1886

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4 Feb 1886

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Indiana Weekly Progress, The (Newspaper) - February 4, 1886, Indiana, Pennsylvania thursday morning feb 4 1s86 Railroad Branch on and after May accommodation no 2 leaves Indiana at a Blairsville intersection a connecting with West Penn express at blah Raville Aud Johnstown accommodation West at Blairsville intersection accommodation no 6 m and arrives at Blairville intersection connect with mail West and Johns press cast accommodation no 1 arrives at Ludian Aat a x accommodation no 5 arrives at Indiana at v m the news Tarn waiting for rang a Maiden through her nose i cant let Walter kiss me without brother goes and blows in the warm and Balmy springtime when the bumblebees do bum we can meet wit Nln the woodlot Yum How doth the Little Busy boy improve each Idle Lour by making Snow up into balls to throw with All Bis Power How cunningly he Fli Ngeth Vliem Czar less quite of sex and Gwinneth when the crumbs fall Down his victims necks Fulai Trille Enterprise Snow More Snow Sleigh ing february Send us tie news feed the fowls Well sleds Are numerous butter 20 cents per Pound did you see your Shadow plenty of Hay in the Market who wants to be tax collector j j Lewis will remove to Jackson Ville houses for runt Are scarce in Blairs Ville St Valentines Day next on the Calendar a fresh Supply of the Beautiful Captain w c Brown is in town on business this is the last Winter month until december Bohrer the clock Man was in town last week take the Prog Bias and get your Home news there Are a Good Many drummers in town of late Cherrytree will have a select school this summer groundhog Day is past now for St Valentines Day d r Lewis of Ambrose was in town on saturday or j w Beacom of Blairsville is visiting in Tyrone the Spring election occurs on the Igli of this month the West Indiana House is picking up a Good patronage eggs retail from tie stores at from 20 to25 cents per Doz Dentt forget the Spring election on lie Irith of this month buttons hotel at Homer City is a popular stopping place a j Bolar still lives but is in a very critical condition three men from Banks township were landed in jail on tuesday the ground hog saw his Shadow now for that six weeks of Winter messes John Hill and Paul Graff of Blairsville were in town on tuesday w h Frailey is the accommodating Hack Driver on the Elderton route new subscribers Are going on our list every Day read our great Book offer ask your grocer for Reeves Purvin Strong Mountain Coffee it is the Best j l Hazlett of Nebraska is Visi Ting his fathers Home in Bucklick township the candidates in the Southern part Oft be county Are putting on their War paint or Andrew Simpson of Blacklick is now considered out of danger for the present some of the Beer clubs that disbanded late in the fall Are reorganizing for the summer we publish this week the report of the county commissioners and county auditors or John Mccormick train master of the p r at Altoona was in town on monday or Leinan Lawrence of Blacklick after much severe suffering died on wednesday of last week or James h Black an wife of Wichita Kansas Are visiting friends in Indiana and Blairsville tie local institutes established in every township by superintendent co bran Are doing Good work the report of the county auditors indicates that the county in a Finan Cial is in a healthy condition the firm of Williard Stuchell of West Indiana pays the highest Price in Cash for no 1 Hemlock lumber mrs will Earl of Ridgeway and her two youngest children Saline and Paul Are visiting friends in Indiana such a clean Kitchen mrs How do you keep it so of i have a per feet Boss Cook stove that is the reason we have All the local and our list is increasing every week now is the time to subscribe see our great offer miss Leltie Dickie of the Normal paid Ber Friend miss Ettie Thorn som of Blacklick station a visit last week sheilds of Saltsburg has purchased the store of or Oswald in Ebensburg Aud will remove there or and mrs Boyle of Derry station who have been visiting friends at Blacklick station returned Home a few Days ago the commissioners of Indiana and Westmoreland counties decided on saturday last to erect an Iron Bridge at Kellys Ford z t Robinson landlord of the Hen Dricks House at Shelocta died on wednesday of last week from enlarge ment of the heart col John Ousler of Latrobe will be a candidate for sheriff of Westmore land county on the Republican ticket Success to you colonel the p r company has in View the establishment of a permanent re Lief department for the exclusive Benefit of its employees superintendent Cochran is averaging about four schools per Day in his visits the Fine Sleigh ing is in 1m favor for miking time i dropsy on Las thursday no trouble to get anyone to buy the i Best who has tried or seen the her i feet Boss in neighbors All say r its Good and we say so too mail agent Kinter is again confined to his room suffering from severe ill nees j m Marshall has charge of the route during his illness the county auditors deserve the thanks of the tax payers for the Judi Cious and expeditious manner in which they performed their duties with the surplus now in the treas Ury Why cannot the county have s decent respectable jail without any oppression of the tax paying portion of our citizens the misses Carrie and Lena gom pers arrived Home on saturday even ing after an extended visit to friends inv Johnstown and suburban towns in Cambria county prof n w Langham has been elected teacher of the Shelocta Public school in place of j m Marshall who resigned to take charge of the Indiana Branch Junction railway Post office divine service in the episcopal Church Indiana on sunday feb urary 14 1888 at in the morn ing and in the evening by the Rev r g Noland All Are cordially invited the Young Man who ont take his girl out Sleigh Riding is meaner of he is just too mean to have a girl this will Likely be the last Sleigh ing until next Winter now hurry up Young Man the wife of or John Clawson of new Florence died on last Friday evening of p m mrs claw sous Maiden name was Shepherd and her folks live Over on yellow Creek in this county the county commissioners deserve the thanks of every tax payer in the county for the careful and judicious manner in which they have conducted the financial affairs of the county for the past 3rear the wife of Charles alters of this place presented him with twins on last Friday the Mother and the children Are doing Well Charley is a Little nervous but continues to deliver Coal All the same the engine of the Indiana a com Rno Dation jumped the track at the intersection on last saturday morning nobody was Hurt and m h fails with the wreck Crew from Blairsville soon put her in shape again dont forget that the pkg Hess can give you neat Job work and of As Good material As it is possible to get at a City Job office the wily smiles insinuations and Taffy of City Bommers to the contrary notwithstanding in some counties of this state scoundrels Are travelling through the Rural districts collecting 50 cents tax on sew ing machines As there is no such tax our readers will be on the Lookout for these rascals and give them a warm reception a Sleigh ing party of seventeen Young couples visited Elderton on evening 1 they report a most enjoyable time and that everything passed off pleasantly of course prof John Wesley Shorter filled the position of figure caller and everything went merry As a marriage or j s Stu hell has entered into partnership with mrs Robert Williard and for the future the planing Mills known As the Robert Williard works will be conducted by the above named parties the name of the firm will be Williard and Stuchell we bespeak for tie firm a Liberal share of Public patronage a gentleman passing along the Street saw two children apparently five and six years old playing in the Gutter the elder wore pantaloons while the younger still Clung to infantile dresses or Bennett for Paris or sex ton for Atcheson Mcallister Tea Odell neb All procured tickets of or j a c Ruffner agent Lake Erie route and departed this morn ing for their several destinations when you buy your tickets of or Ruff Ner you get the Benefit of his Long experience and knows that no misrepresentations will be made three important rulings have been made by the Post office department the first changes photographs from fourth class matter to third class reducing the postage on half Blue prints have also been changed to third class making a like reduction the third ruling effects publishers and news dealers Only it defines Inore clearly what is allowed in packages of second class matter and says nothing but the address the printed name of the publisher or sender and the Index figure of the subscription Book Indi Cating when the subscription expires is allowable this prohibits the placing of the number of papers or the name on packages local correspondence Bug Levalley boulders mrs n Ross is on these uklist she is under the care of or w j George our Blacksmith j h Miller son and w h Davis Are the busiest men in town Joseph Mikesell of East Wheatfield township died suddenly on sunday january 24 miss Amanda Overdorf of this place fell on her Way from prayer meeting and broke her Arm Samuel Rozer of this place has started a shooting gallery in connection with his shoe shop Benjamin Evans of Brus Valley lost a very Nice horse on the 27th which he valued at the animal was sick but a few hours the teachers of Brus Valley town ship Are going to have an Institute in Mechanicsburg on next Friday february o All teachers and friends of education Are cordially invited to be present the funeral of or j a Findley of this township which took place Here on the 26th of january was the Lar Gest we have had for years or find Ley was 63 years of age and was very highly respected As a citizen and a Christian gentleman Lowery Hovis and his Best girl went out Sleigh Riding in one of rugs Nobby Sleigh ing rigs and on their Way Home upset about a half mile from Mechanicsburg and were compelled to foot the balance of the Way the horse arrived Home Between ten and eleven Oclock and having a Clear track he took the pavement for a race course bringing up against the Post office Steps and wrecking the Sleigh badly Tiik Captain was quite pretty very nicely rendered and much enjoyed by the Large audience present we Are very sorry to have to say that the disease against which or Chas d Atkinson has been so manfully fight ing for the past couple of years has progressed so far As to confine him to his Home brother Moorhead of the Enterprise says that he has the advantage of the former proprietors of the paper he can raise his own Devil while they had to get some one else to raise the Devil for them or Thos h Dobson of Hunting Don and formerly a supervisor on the Middle division of the p r r has been appointed to succeed or Victor Wierman As assistant Engineer on the West Penn or Thos Duffey Well known As one of the old citizens of Bairdstown died of Erysipelas at his Home last tues Day night the remains were interred in the Catholic cemetery on thursday morning last we have it from reliable source that in a few Days some parties from Pitts Burg will Start a Well in search of Gas or Oil on or t p Dixons lot on Campbell Street nearly opposite the lutheran Church or and mrs Robert Latimer celebrated their Crystal wedding one even ing last week quite a number of guests were present and the gifts which they brought with them were both numerous and elegant Harrigan Hibernia co with two ponies an Irish haunting car and Twenty performers is to strike our town on the 16th inst the consequence of this has been to Start up quite a Boom in the old Iron business our fire company is now about fully equipped with All the appliances Nec Essary to control and subdue a conflagration the latest additions to their apparatus Are an alarm Bell and a con trolling muzzle together with some additional Hose it Amof Hosli Ressnell m Eaic buy milk 6 cents l6r j Adair will furnish it to Price jan282mj when you can buy a Nice Little coat i for a Nice Tittle girl four years old for by virtue of an order of the orphan court you ought not to Misi the Chance of there will be exposed to at Marshall klines wanted to borrow secured on Tate Worth Call on or address John Mcgaughey Indiana a Public Vendue or outcry on the premises on saturday february 6 1886 at 1 Oclock p the following described real estate to wit 1 a tract of land situate in Pine township adjoining on the North Uii Vuu uhf by Clay plate and lots in said tillage on the not a question of we ban suit Jroud in size you will not object to the Price of our ladies Oats same of misses and childrens Marshall klines glorious bargains Robert Mclaughlin of the new York Branch store is Selling out his entire Stock of overcoats and Winter clothing at Cost and below jan43t not a question of we can suit you in size you will not object to the Price of our ladies Coats same of misses and childrens Marshall klines hard words Are like hailstones in summer beating Down and destroying what they would nourish were they melted into drops not a question of Price if we can suit you in size you will not object to the Price of our ladies Coats same of misses and childrens Marshall klines Fuen Ilttre East by lands of Moses Strong ams on the South by lands of stopping he addressed the boy with pantaloons Are you both boys was the answer in one and johnnys going to be one next we frequently hear complaints from our merchants business men and oth ers against a Printer who happens to Purchase a few cents Worth away from Indiana when these selfsame parties have some Job work to do we kindly ask them to Stop and think if they could not enter the wedge that would Stop such work it is at least worthy of thought the Golden Rule do unto others As you would have others do unto live Stock shipments from january 23 to february 1 w e Nickle 9 cattle 210 hogs to West Chester j b Farnwalt 15 boosts 2 mules 2 cattle to West Philadelphia sink Mcmil Lan i3 cattle 2 calves 157 hogs to pal Myra n Seanor 21 horses to West Philadelphia p Riddle 14 horses 11 cattle to it Joy j Nickle 10 cattle 4 calves 50 sheep 43 hogs to West Philadelphia e Stoner 18 horses to Hartimus n j an Exchange pertinently remarks language and composition we Are satisfied do not receive in Many pub Lic schools the attention which their importance warrants you will not have to search very far for Pupil who have been in the schools for years and who while they can repeat All the rules on grammar to be found in the text Book could not if they were offered a Gold medal for so a dozen sentences let us have no less attention to grammar but More time Given to composition and Lan Guage the following is the programme of an Institute to be held at Kelleysburg Friday night saturday and saturday night february 12and 13 entertain ment by school the old and the Sarn Wolf free text books Mollie Kimple Harry Nesbit address to school John Blue criticisms and commendations on Forenoon work Are written re views beneficial Ida Creps something necessary for the Success of our schools j b Mara How to conduct recesses w m Lang the requisite for a successful teacher mrs Ada Kinter Wesley Askins teacher sends us the following report of Spruce Grove school for the Bird january 19 18s6 number enrolled malts 24 females 14 total38 average attendance males 20 Feizaks 12 total 32 per cent of attendance males 89 females 90 total 90 names of those present every Day Harvey Clawson Clinton Decker John Knabb James Gibson Nel son Miller Robert Gibson will Lucy Sarah and Mary Wike Mattie Chapman and Maggie Gibson those missing Only one Day Harry Deihl Thomas Gibson Festus Tibbott David Cribbs Aud Ella Knabb in Indiana county we have thous and soften who Are duly qualified to fill any of our county offices some out of these Many thousand occasion ally secure the nomination of their respective parties for Public position and when so secured they expect and rightly too that the newspapers of their respective parties give them their Hearty support and Aid and As Sist them in their election but alas How soon they forget such favors theyo Iceon the judicial officer who administers the oath clothing them with official authority is scarcely silent until some City summer who has never paid one cent of tax in the county secures a Good fat Job for print in truth Andin fact the same work could have Bee done As neatly and on As Good at Home but then possibly it makes better times and is More real Benefit to tax payers to Send All the Money possible 7 in Creekside the Creekside teacher attended the Institute at Plumville and had a Good time William Johnston of this township who is now in his 79th year is quite poorly John s Harman intends building a new barn in the Early Spring and is getting the material on the ground during the Snow Philip Uncapher one of our old citizens was very ill last week but is improving again under the care of or Thomas St Glair s a Stuchel and John Carnahan Young men of this place took advantage of the Sleigh ing last week and visited big run Jefferson county going by Way of Smith port they re port a Good time the citizens along plume reek think they can worry along without the Railroad just As Well As not As they were not very much excited about it but they dont want any More Engi Neer corps tramping Down their Corn and buckwheat James Bell an old and respected citizen of Rayne township met with a painful Accident a Short time ago he was engaged in chopping Wood when a Chip struck him in the right Eye putting it out he is getting along very Well considering his age some worthless dogs Are making havoc among the sheep in this Section William v Sheffar had his entire flock nearly destroyed some killed and the rest worried so that they will never be of any account Billy states that dogs found trespassing on his premises must state their business or vacate the ranch although almost every one com Plains of hard times yet in passing through the country one cannot but notice the improvements going on in the neighbourhood in Farmland farm buildings where Twentyfive years ago you saw the Cabin House and barn now you see comfortable houses neatly painted and Large commodious barns with Sheds and stabling for Stock so that the average Farmer in Stead of having his cattle sheltering As Best their can about the Straw stack has his Stock comfortably housed away from the storm this is As it should be the old settler says men Are not As healthy now As when they lived in the old log when the boys and girls wore Homespun which they helped to make when they went Barefoot two thirds of the year and walked to the singing school two or three Miles in Winter time and never thought of the cold when they took buckwheat Flap jacks or Corn dodgers to school for dinner Well this May be All True but it is much More comfortable the Wiy they do things nowadays i can Only speak for myself and judging human nature from my own standpoint i would rather be alive now As to have been in my grandfathers Days in speaking of improvements John c Kunkle has during the last summer built a Large barn which is a Model or convenience it is about 04x76 feet roofed with tin and painted he Tore Down the old barn which was built by Michael Kunkle about 1844 or 45 it was the first Frame barn built in this Section and had never been re roofed anon on last wednesday evening while or and mrs Robert Frey were absent from Home n lamp exploded which no doubt would have resulted in destroy ing the House had i not been for the bravery and coolness of a thirteen year old son who unaided quenched the flames one evening last week when there was More mud than Snow a party of Young ladies started out to take a sled ride to Blacklick after having to walk up cemetery Hill they came to the Wise conclusion that discretion was the better part and they struck for Home to wait for More Snow the first genuine Simon pure opera company that our town has been favored with is the Clark company which is billed Here for the 4th inst if this Boom in amusements and the Good Sleigh ing continue there will be More bankrupt Youngmen in this town than you can find anywhere else in the United states the Rev j Smith and Dick Wehrle fully equipped with enough weapons and ammunition to slay All the game that Ever lived started out a few Days ago to Hunt foxes on the Ridge they sneaked into town in the even ing Down the Back Street and when questioned by your reporter said they had found plenty of Snow but no foxes if report be True our town is entitled to the Banner for having in its precincts the meanest Man his wife left him some time ago on account of cruelty and incompatibility and after she had done so he demanded a half dozen clothespins and the shoes she had on her feet which he claimed to have purchased if any other town can beat this record Trot out your Man the tips seem to be about the Only ones in this Vicinity who Are having Good time socially they meet once in two weeks and always have a Good time last week they took advantage of the Snow and took a trip out to or Jamison Coleman this is a move in the right direction if churches frown upon cards rinks and dancing it is Only right and and proper that the Young people should look for the Church to provide a substitute for the pleasures that it condoms the Duke the Indiana House furniture offered at private Sale the undersigned offers at private Sale at the very lowest prices the entire furnishing of the Indiana House consisting of Beds and bedding mat tresses carpets stands chairs tables Racks Cook and heating stoves and a great variety of articles too numerous to mention something for every housekeeper Call at any time to inspect and buy Between 8 a m and 8 p m Liberal terms Given to purchaser a h Durb dont sound Well but the perfect Boss is preferred by All look at our advertisements and see what we say about carpets this month also about window shades Marshall klines and John and Michael Ham mond and Jacob Dearmy and on the West by land of John b Hill containing 1oo Inore or less 75 acres cleared with two Apple Orchards thereon growing Fife House double log barn weather boarded and other outbuildings Twentyfive acres covered with Gooc Timber 2 a certain lot of ground situate in the Village of Strongstown Pine township adjoining lands of lands of Ellen m Cresswell and Michael Strong situate on Mortti Side of Clay 60 feet on said Pike and extending Back 200 feet 3 a certain lot of ground situate in Strongs town fronting on Clay Pike adjoining lots of mar Kerr and others lands of Cress Well deceased being 60x200 Leet and having thereon erected a two Story Frame House j a certain tract of land situate in Pine township one and a half Miles from Strong town bounded on the North by Jas and Thomas on the East by lands of Tom j Hill c Makin and c South by Samuel wast by and James having thereon erected two Frame houses and a stable about thirty four acres cleared the balance covered with Choice White Oak Timber Cash on confirmation of Sale Sale to be conducted by Ellen m Cresswell administer matrix by order of the court j a Findley Jan i clerk what Jekums Cival the pins often asked but Pobudy fire be Krems Uval the Dri Gads that Marshall Kline by that Ether Meney ladies Hev secured for themselves and Iha Ren grate bargains in Thos us markets arid childrens married on january 26 1885 by Justice w a Keener David j Palmer of Blairs Ville and Sarah j Rhine of Mill Wood Westmoreland county died mrs John Gibson of Derry town ship is quite ill at present writing her condition is still very critical or and mrs d m fair entertained a party of their Young friends in quite a handsome manner on tuesday even ing of this week mrs Thos Sloan fell Down the stairs at her residence one Day last week Aud received a number of bruises which Are quite serious Walter t Mills of new York and editor of the voice is to deliver a lec Ture at Hall on saturday evening to which is free some of these Days the Duke will astonish the readers of the Progress by reporting the strike of an enormous Gasser in this Vicinity we have been told that a party of Murraysville Gas men Are putting Down a Gas Well near new Derry about Sis or seven Miles from town there is great Joy in the hearts of Small boys and girls in this Vicinity on account of the near approach of an Uncle Toms Cabin co with a Pac cof bloodhounds miss Margaret quite s while has made her Home af3obert on january 28 1885 Margaret wife of William Wolf of Saltsburg aged 34 years 2 months and 8 Days corrected every wednesday morning by Lou glory Clements eggs Doz is b 18 buckwheat 1 Corn by 5 dried dried 5 to 8 8 7 4 sack to Bush 90 55 Oats 32 40 to45 30 to 33 ton s10 to 812 look at our advertisement and see what we say about carpets this month also about window shades Marshall klines list of causes set Down for March term 18s8 second week monday March s John Robertson is we Lewis West Penn r r co is Hugh Kelly Anderson use Daugherty is Jenkins adm same is same g w Hood Assignee is Robert Mitchell Sarah e Stewart Etal exr is we Craw Ford tuesday March 9 Mary Mcfeeters is j h Stewart it Al administrator John Williams Assignee is Indiana Lum Ber co same is e h Wilson a Myers is Clara Stewart Etol exp wednesday March 10 Joseph w Weir is Daniel c Weir we Truby use Hoskinson it Al is Samuel Mcnutt it Al n h Hugus is Catharine Hugus la he Baker is Theophilus Baker thursday March ii John Mckendrick Abr is Calvin s Gibson same is same selected Jan w s writ of Partite in the matter of the partition of the real estate of William j Coleman late of Black lick township Indiana deceased to the children arid heirs of said deceased John f Coleman residing in Mercer county Illinois William a Coleman in Omaha Nebraska George n Coleman in York county Nebraska James h Coleman in Indiana county Lizzie j Coleman in Mercer county Illinois Maggie e Coleman in Indiana county All Over the age of 21 years and the children of said decedent under the age of 21 years re siding in Indiana county Viz Mary e Coleman add Allen j Coleman having Lor their guardian a m Coleman and Archibald b Boleman and Charles m Coleman having for their guardian Paul Graff notice is by that in pursuance of an order of the orphans court of and Lana county a writ of partition has issued from said court to the sheriff of said county returnable on the sixth Day of March 1880 and that the inquest will me ii for the purpose of making parti Tion of the real estate of said decedent on wednesday the third Day of february 18s6 at 10 Oclock p m upon the premises in Blacklick township and on Friday the filth Day of february 1sso at 2 Oclock upon the premises in the Borough of Indiana at which times and places you can be present if you see proper the premises in question Are described As follows first a certain tract or piece of land sit uate in Blacklick township Indiana county adjoining land of George Winsheimer on the Southwest Bichard b Clawson on the South Alexander Graham and William Fleming on the West Alexander Barclay and Hiram St Clair on the North other lands of deceased and lands of mrs Bricker on the East con Taining three Hundred and Twenty acres More or less about two Hundred and Twenty Acris of which Are cleared with an Apple or Chard thereon growing and a two Story Brick dwelling House a Large Frame barn two Frame sheep barns Wagon shed Corn crib and other outbuilding thereon erected second a certain piece of land situate in said township of Blacklick adjoining the above described tract on the West lands of Samuel Dixan and Gawin Compton on the East lands of mrs Bruckner on the South containing one Hundred acres cleared an Apple Orchard thereon growing a two Story log dwelling House a log barn weather boarded a Corn crib and other outbuildings thereon erected third a certain lot of ground situate in the Borough of Indiana Indiana county adjoining fourth Street on the West an Alley on the North an Alley on the East and lot of Thomas Herron on the South with a two Story Frame dwelling House Frame Cooper shop and Frame stable thereon fourth a certain lot of ground situate in the Borough of Indiana Indiana county adjoining Philadelphia Street on the North third Street on the East Indiana tanning co lot on the South and an Alley on the West with a two Story Frame dwelling House there on erected certain lot of ground situate in Thebo Ringh of Indiana Indiana county adjoining an the North lot of James Stewart on the East lot of James m Camp hell on the South and lot of Indiana tanning co on the West sixth a certain lot of ground situate in the Borough of Indiana Indiana county water Street on lot of on the East Indiana Gas lot and an Alley on the West James Al Mcgregor sheriff january 6 1886 Scott emulsion of pure cod liver Oil with especially desirable for children a lady physician at the Childs Hospital at Albany we have been using Scotts emulsion with great Success nearly All of our patients Bone diseases and our physicians find it very Ben the p b men employs More quite an army than when your children Are threatened with croup or whooping cough be Ware How you Lull them to sleep with cough syrups whose principle ingredients Are Morphia or opium the Nat ural Effort of a lungs to expel the suffocating mucous in coughing or Kessler celebrated English cough Medicine contains no Morphia or opium in any form and by its Stimus Lutiny actions on the kidneys bowels and pores of the skin More than any other remedy assists nature in breaking up and expelling the worst colds from the system Money re funded to dissatisfied purchasers sold everywhere Indiana a Johnston Holloway Philadelphia agents about next saturday we expect to open some new and Beautiful Woolen dress goods Etc Marshall klines look at our advertisements and see what we say about carpets this month also about window shades Marshall klines wanted a teacher of Good moral character and sufficient qualifications to teach a select school jan283t Smicksburg a Hestia is rest admit opposite the american House first Shell oysters a specially Lawrence Keslar proprietor when you can buy a Nice Little coat for a Nice Little girl 4yearsold for you ought not to miss the Chance at Marshall klines dont say there is no help for Ca Tarrh Hay fever and cold in head since thousands testify that Elys Cream Balm has entirely cured them it supersedes the dangerous use of liquids and snuffs it i easily with the Finger and gives Relief at once Price i was troubled with chronic Catarrh and gathering in head was deaf at times had discharges from ears unable to breathe through nose before the second bottle of Elys Cream Balm was exhausted iwas j Cor 923 Chestnut Philadelphia real estate agents 98 fourth Cayenne Pitts Lorg a buy sell and Exchange farms in Allegheny and adjoining counties Money to loan on Bond and Mort Gage Callon Orador Lewsi it of estate of Teasel Indiana county is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania the sheriff of said county greeting whereas at an orphans court held at in Diana in and for said county on the 12th Day of december in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and eight five be fore Che honorable hurry White pres ident judge of the same court the petition to in More of both that we Are determined to Klose oat wether regardless us Kost Luke at last prices furst you no r we Hen just a fun Woolen shawls offering at Al Wol blankets merely Weare slashing Awa a widens Al Wol under garments without must go Spring will sue be Here and we will wont Rome top Guys and Mune to a fur them but what been is us Al the we Hev just received another Bale us that same but enl i another Bale us that he Tefol 6jc Muslin and sum at 6c also lot of 6jc ticking is it Rosibel for ticking to be sold for 6jc at a profit yes it is at Marshall also another Kese Efthos crepe Krash Esat 4c and 5c also another lot of that Kul ered hurting at that same Price amazing it is what a Dutiful Clene 44 bleached muslirrjro1 get get at Marshall klines for 8c 9c and Loc a the Pilo Muslin 40 and 45 inches wide we Are stil Selling beyond Al Dout the Best wide Al jul Blak Kralj Meie at 50c we Hev Ever sold our Beautiful silk Warp Henriete in three different grades a Taegu Dfora Pepel Send Awa for a Wenes cloth and a More for it than tha kan1 at Marshall klines we Notis that the importers of Silks a f of an Advance in raw Silks oars Are not raw but Bufi Tipul shed and rec e for the Nedel we still boast us that hansom an Uther at another at 8125 s150 and on elegant Lyons Silks that almost wok alone we Kepe up Jar Lino at 50c Sam at 75c others up to we Hev had Averi larg Sale this Lades dres and we Hev a to Peces of Kulers that Wear pushing a As Gud As ene our line of Lades skirts and corsets Kolers and Kufs and Kepe vere Ful Al the time Al sizes of klines Best unloader a White Shurts at for wan for in Pur Karpet Rume we Ofer next were Sam Speshel Karpets Aud Windo shades to wit a Gud ingrate Karpet for 30c regular Price 45c Wun at 30c regular Price 80c 65c ular Price 85c we Hev several Peces of Brussels Karpet of 18 and 20 Yards suitable for a smal Rume that we offer at 50c regular a Al Gud Karpets Anc in Gud order and a Litel like a singed Kat grate Dele beter than tha Ink tha rust get out of the a to make Rume for Spring Karpets we never advertise Guys for we dont hav another big bargin Wear offering to House furnishes is the up Loings 100 Windo shades with Spring Balkans Fik lures Complete in Onle Kulers Oliv and Stone Rede to hang at 50c ech for this Onle cannot be do pleated big lot of Windo shades Fanci Gilt work on Loer end at Bocech end no More of this kind at the Price 5 by of p Sto our remarks on Lades dres Ganda we beg to that we have a fun pieces of acre Superior Fine Ulen dres Gads that have got a Blak i and a Down Down in Price we Hev 2 Meno of them for this scion of the yer we Hev just opened Aii Uther big lot us the old fastened Blu Kanekoa 7 and Klene m Marshall january 26 1886 hundreds of dollars Given away to c of Abraham Tiger and Jacob Tiger sons of Tiger late of Canoe township in the Cority aforesaid deceased humbly show eth 3s As above a feb42t buy no other is the Best the perfect boss1 Comsh scold and scold about her mean scissors tents Hough Orein patents solicitor 025 p near u s Patent office All business before the United states Patent office Atte Adul to for moderate fees United Titi Saiid All to reign Coant Nen Java re Oft a Btu exist crawl applications revival Aud prosecuted information and Adrico to to obtain ing vat Eilts Vit Bont charge sketch or Urett opinion Udo Patent Tjit Adam Tiger lately died having first made is last will and testament in writing was rely and whereby he devised and be his grandson John Taylor son 6t Tifis deceased daughter Mary Taylor one of his estate and devised the balance and residue of his eight children to wit Abra intermarried with Simon Susan intermarried with is Smith Jacob Tiger John p Tiger with Johnw Sny Ann intermarried with John a what Evobe divided equally Between them share and Abare alike and nominated and at petitioners executors of his said which said Ivyll was and remains on record in the registers office in and for said county and letters testamentary were in due form of Law granted to your petitioners thereon on the fourth Day of May 1885 that said testator died seized in his Demesne As of fee of four certain pieces and parcels said township of Canoe in the county of in Diana aforesaid bounded and described As follows twit first tract bounded on the North by heirs George Groft on the West by lands of Alex Ander work Elizabeth Richel Mary Jane Miller and Christopher Richei on the South heirs of John Tiger and other lands of Adam Tiger deceased and Jacob Tiger and on the East by land of Isaac Tiger and Abraham Tiger containing one Hundred and fifty seven acres be the same More or less excepting and reserving out of this piece tract of land one and on half acres of land with a Church thereon erected used for Church purposes and As a graveyard Seco fld piece or tract of land bounded and described As follows Twiton the North by the above described tract of land on the West by land of John tigers heirs on the South by l j Hurd and on the East by Jacob Tiger containing eighteen acres be the same More less third piece or tract of land bounded and described As follows twit on the North by Isaac Tiger on the West by Jacob Tiger on the South by Ann Stuchul and heirs of Wil Liam Widdowson and on the East by heirs of William Widdowson containing sixteen acres More or less fourth piece or tract of land bounded and described As follows twit on the North by land of Alexander Swain on the West by John Widdowson and Enterprise lumber company limited on the South by Daniel Rifi hell and on the East by Alexander s work containing fifteen acres More or less that no partition of said land has been made nor can a jury for that purpose be agreed up on by the parties in interest notice to herbs in pursuance of an order of the orphans court Ofin Laua county and to me directed an inquisition and partition will be held on the real estate of the said Adam Tiger situate in Canoe township Indiana Connie saturday the ctr say of March 1888 when and where you May attend if Yon see proper James ate begone sheriff sheriffs office january a genuine Bonus of 10 per cent Given to every Gash purchaser of dry goods notions clothing hats Caps boots and shoes per cent on All groceries we offer elegant bargains in Large size All Wool factory ets at per pair a factory flannels at 35c per Yard Canton flannels at 6 8 and 15c per Yard our Yard wide unbleached Muslin at 6c is a great a Good bleached Muslin at and 8c per Yard Fine dress goods dress elegant styles horse blankets at 76e 85c and each 10 percent discount on All our Cash sales in our dry apartment special values in underwear for ladies and children boys also bargains in hoods gloves and mittens elegant styles and very Low prices this week we have received from the manufacture a line of ladies fancy and skin collars and also gentlemen laundries and Unlyun died shirts 50c shirt in Indiana our shirt is reinforced front making them the most serviceable shirt in the Market Woolen shirts at special Low prices 10 per cent discount on All Cash sales in our furnishing Ai Tion department the undersigned Hais leased the shop of soaps i mens overcoats boys overcoats childrens mens suits boys suits childrens suits Odd and Odd vests array blouses or overalls at extremely Low 10 per cent discount on All Cash sales in on clothing department ladies misses every garment a bargain As they must be sold soon cent discount for Cash fur Caps for men and boys 10 per cent discount boots and per put Low prices Tor we Are offering extra bargains in ladies Aud misses Fine Bui shoes from per pair up Gokey boots the Best handmade Market 10 per cent of for Cash to will give a discount of five per cent on All Casl groceries come Early and take advantage of this great must turn our Stock

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