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filter Osininier, Proprietors
B. O. DEINIXOER. Associate Editor.
■illheiin.Thui'sdai May, 24
Terms—sl.so Per Annum.
f ' ■ * .
THE WAR IX TIIK EAST.
Small Knttlen, bnt no tioßoral En-
SCKemcnt m jet.
Constantinople. May 20.
An official bulletin announces that
tho Turkish forces operating near
.Snookgroom Kale were attacked by
5,700 Russians near Siel. The Turks
completely annihilated a company of
Cossacks. They took five prisoners,
besides some arms and provisions.
The fighting continues.
The fleet has destroyed Bourgd
jardjare. Tho Russians lost 300
killed and wounded in the skirmish
near Kara.
The Battle of Artlnhnn.
THE RUSSIANS CLAIMING A VICTO
RY—COURAGE OF THE SOLDIERS.
St. Petersburg, May 20. The fol
lowing is the official account of the
battle of Ardalian, telegraphed by
General Melikoff to the Grand Duke
Michael: "The outworks of Arda
lian, its fortifications, citadel, sixty
guns, immense stores of provisions
and ammunition and the camp for
merly occupied by fourteen batta
lions of Turks lie at the feet of the
Czar. On May 17 the admirable lire
of our artillery, between three and
six o'clock in tlie afternoon, made a
breach in the walls. At six o'clock
the Erwan, Tills and Baku regiments
and the sappers advanced to the as
sault. The enemy could not with
stand the onslaught and fled, leaving
a great number dead. At nine
o'clock our troors traversed the
whole town and fortifications, the
hands playing the national anthem.
The troops are full of enthusiasm.
Our loss is believed to be one officer
and fifty soldiers killed, tour officers
and one hundred and eighty soldiers
wounded. I cannot find sufficient
words of praise for the courage and
coolness of our yourg soldiers, or
for the good disposition of the trcc-ps
made by the officers. A solemn ser
vice will be held at the central point
0 f the fortifications.''
RIGHTS AND DUTIES OF TOWN
SHIP OFFICERS.— By W. It. BIEI:-
LY, ESQ., of the AVillhunsport Bar.
The only book of the kind issued.
The Acts of Assembly and Supreme
Court Decisions in relation to the
rights and duties of Township Of
ficers, arranged and condensed. The
volume treats of Assessor*, Auditors,
Constables, Election Officers, Jus
t ices. Overseers of the Poor. School
Directors, Supervisors, Road Com.
missioners. Treasurers. Ta'k Collect
ors, and Town Clerks. Borough
laws appended. The wholo careful
ly indexed, with marginal notes and
references. For sale at all the book
stores in the county. Price, bv
mail, poaUpaid, 50 cents. Address
tlio Publisher, Boxo9, Williamsport,
Pa.
The Bellefonte Republican says;
The South renews its demand in rc
sious earnest for an appropriation of
§100.000,000, for the repayment of
war tax on cotton exported during
the war, and tries to scare its readers
with the idea that such little sum
may be voted some tine day, to in
demnify our southern brethren.
Nonsense. Bosh. There is not the
slightest possibility that any such
bill will ever pass,even if introduced,
ana Mr. Tuten knows it, or ought
to know it, as well as any other aver
age man.
TIDE SUPREME J LDGKSIIIP.— Hon.
C. A. Mayer, of Clinton county, is
being prominently named as" the
Democratic nominee for the Supreme
Bench at the coming election.
From what we hear of his ability
and fairness upon the bench, anil
his popularity as an officer and citi
zen, we are led to theconclusion that
Judge Mayer would be a very strong
and creditable candidate. — Erie Ob
server.
After the intense heat of last week,
man, earth and vegetation were
greatly refreshed by copious and
seasonable rains. Grass and grain
fields are making rapid strides and
promise a plentiful harvest. Our
hearts should overflow iu gratitude
to our heavenly Father for sunshine
and rain, as well as for many other
blessings daily received. Do we all
think of that, reader, as much as
we should ?
The Democrats came within four
hundred and forty one votes of elect
ing their Governor in Rhode Island
at the recent election, although
Hayes had 5,000 in November.
On Saturday afternoon our Band
appeared for the first time on their
new wagon. They passed through
all the streets of town, North Mill
heim and Strasburg, showing their
wagon, which we must say will be a
very substantial and tasty piece of
mechanism when fullv completed.
Of the Band itself and its perform
ances, it is needless to say anything,
as they are fully able to do their own
blowing. Boys,wont you come to
Strasburg to-night ?
REBERSBURG ITEMS.
Another foot-raoe is talked of, to
take place between Rebersburg and
Rockville, stakes SSO.
Our Sabbath Schools are very well
attended this spring. The Union
School alone numbering about one
hundred and twenty-live.
The Corner Stone of the German
Reformed Church is to be laid on the
10th of June.
Our gentlemanly landlord J. E.
Roush has favored his customers
with ice-cream for the first time this
season. The young seemed to enioy
it hugely.
Daniel Sho'l, the well-known ma
son, while working at the Ger. Itef.
Church about ten days ago, acci
dentally had a stone thrown upon
one of his fingers, crushing it con
siderably. He at first did not expe
rience much pain, but in a few days
inflamation set in, from the effects
of which he has since died.
We need a "Murphy Temperance
Sensation" in our vicinity, having
lia<l too many barrels of cider stored
nway for luxury's sake last year.
Axox.
Mr. E. W. North of tho Fair
bank's Scale Works was in town
this week.
Geo. W. Foote, late publisher of
the lifirichU r. has just started a job
office at Mifflinburg.
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A young man in Cambria county
has been sent to jail for twenty-five
days for fishing on Sunday.
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Kurtz, of the Reporter thinks he
is safe in saying that there is nota
drunkard in Centre Hall or its sur
roundings. Good, if strictly true.
Oregon has a new expedient for
keeping her citizens sober. Every
man who drinks is obliges I to take
out a license costing s*>. It is a
penal oHence for any liquor dottier to
sell a drink to an unlicensed person.
Twelve years ago McKim murder
ed Noreross on a railroad track near
Hollidnysburg, Fa. The railroad
tie at Hie immediate spot is marked
on the end with across. When the
tie rota the new one put in its place
is muiked with a cross by the work
men.
Our county commissioners will
hold appeals in Gregg township next
Monday, in Mil!hoim,on Tuesday,
at Aaronsburg,on Wednesday, lte
liersburg, on Thursday, if you
think you are taxed too heavily,
come forward aiul you shall be
heard.
* - ■
The Selinsgrove Times says that
Christian liar man, of Beaver town
ship, was awakened on the night of
the 17th by the screaming of one of
his children, and upon an examina
tion he found a large black snake
coiled up bv the side of the children.
That snake don't go to bed with
children any more.* *
If Autumn don't do auv better
than Spring did, we shall have but
two se.vsous this year—Winter and
Summer. The transition from the
overcoat to the linen season was
marked and sudden. Our Uterinum*
etor indicated 90 degrees alnive, on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
and 93 on Sunday.
What a blessing to the poor would
be such a wholesome purifier and pre
ventive of contagion as Glenn's
Sulphur Soap, could it be distributed
among them. Why dont some
philanthropist act oil this hint 3 De
pot C'ritteuton's No. 7 Sixth Avenue,
New York.
11 ill's Ilair A: Whisker Dye, black
or brown, 50 cts. • * 4w
The highest musical authorities,
AS well as all who have purchased
the Beatty Piano, are equally charm
ed with it s beauty and purity of tone.
The manufacturer has succeeded in
imparting to it a roundness, fullness
and richness of tone. jerfectiy aston
ishing. None should be without
one. See his advertisement. Ad
dress Daniel F. Beatty, Washing
ton, X. J., U. S. A
BKI.LEFONTE, PA., B Mo., 1,1873.
Mr. DANIEL DEER: I have given
your Adjustable Spring Bed a fair
trial, and can truly say it is all you
recommended it to bo.
JXO. IRVIX, JR.
I heartily concur in the above.
TiIEODOIt E DESCH X E It.
I use the patent Spring Bed sold
bv Mr. Daniel Derr, and prefer it to
any of the different varieties which I
have tried.
R. M. Magee, Bellefonte, Fa.
PRICE OF WHEAT.— The Potts
town Ledger makes the following
comparative prices of wheat in differ
ent years: 4 'ln 1867 wheat sold at
$3.30 per bushel; m 1868. at $3 ;in
1869, at $1.85; in 1870, at $1.20 ; in
1871, at 51.45 ;in 1872, at 51.90 ;in
1873, at $1.90 ; in 1874, at $1.70; in
1875, at $1.25 ; in 1876, au $1.40 ,
and in 1877, at $2.15 per bushel.
The highest price at which wheat
was quoted during the past ten years
was in April, 1867 when it sold at
$3.30 per bushel. The lowest price
for the same time was in February,
1870, when it sold at $1.20 per bushel.
Ilarry Tomlinson lias bought out
the Millhtini Grocery and expects to
run it on the most approved busi
noss principles. lie buys for cash
and sells for cash or produce only,
lie expects to keep regularly on
hand a full supply of staple grocer
ies, fruits, candies, notions, &c.
Harry is a j'oung man of substantial
reputation, has exjierience in busi
ness, and we have no doubt will
make the Millheim grocery a success.
Let him have his share of the pub
lic patronage.
We see as yet but very few people
clothed in new Spring suits. The
general reason for tiiis is that times
are very hard and people must make
their aid clothing do a while longer.
But tin*special reason that new suits
are not more general is that folks
wait until business calls them to
Bellefonte, where J. Newman, Jr.,
the popular King Clothier, can suit
them in all respects, and at prices
that aie very low even in these cheap
times? Newman is your man for
good and cheap clothing. Go and
see for yourself.
We had a private letter from Hon.
W. C. Duncan, of Lewisburg last
week, in which he says: "I was
much surprised to learn of a report
in circulation about Millheim that
I was dead. lam very happy to in
form my old friends that my health
is as good as 1 can expect it to be,
for which blessing I am filled with
gratitude to ail all-wise and merciful
God."
This is the second time Mr. Dun
can is reported as dead. Upon a
former report the old church l>ell was
even tolled for his demise. Ilis
many friends in Centre county will
be happy to learn that he is still in
the land of the living, and in the en
joyment of good health.
Spring Mills Items.
Warm weather in this city, aud
ice water in sharp demand.
Henry Krumrine is having his
house painted which is an improve
ment on water street. Chas. Miller
does the same thing on Main street.
1 reshen up your homes.
David Burrell's new house on
High (Street is under roof and will he
completed by July. That's right,
gentlemen, let the city improve, the
train will come soon.
Mr. Thomas Hicks, of Bellefonte,
will likely put up a building and
start a branch Hardware Store here.
Welcome to such an active business
man as Mr. Ilicks. There is room
for more such.
YOXEY.
IV TRK BEAU MEADOWS.
For years we had hoard so much
of the beauties and curiosities of the
Bear Meadows, that our mind was
made up long since to embrace the
first opportunity to go and see it for
ourself. What could ho more wel
come, then, than a kind invitation
by a party of friends from Penn
I tall and Spring Mills, to accept a
free passage to the great natural
wonder. Our party started from
Soring Mills early in the morning
of Wednesday, tho 16th inst., in the
best of spirits, high with anticipa
tion, and rigged out with nil the
paraphernalia of a first class excur
sion party to the mountains. The
party consisted of Henry Krooked
clean, Charles Ilennich, Yohannes
Wald, Mormon Profit, .lake Fritz,
S. .1. Fish, Esq., M. 11. Guise, 11.
M. Trout, W. B. NerTlb, E. 11. S.
Hook, Mr. Fish, Jr. a 1). I>. and
the Associate. A more clever,
whole-souled baker's dozen of men
you could not well rake and scrape
together anywhere.
We arrived at the meadows in due
time, but did not rush into an ex
ploration belter skelter. No. It is
necessary that the mind should first
become calm and serene. The tran
sition from a busy outside world in
to the deep solitude of 'a boundless
mountain forest, is suddeu, and if
you would enjoy the grand lesson
that nature tearlies on such rare oc
casions, you must collect and con
trol your thoughts. Again, such
commonplace matters as eating and
drinking demand your attention.
In a party of thirteen men there are
always some who regard such car
nal matters as of primary importance
and you can not ignore the matter
if you would.
Dinner over, the expedition start
ed out. Some went a fishing, some
for evergreeus, rare aud curious
plants, while others were there to
see. All tastes were fully satisfied.
The Fishermen got all the fishing
they wanted ; the others had just
as many black fir, silver fir, moun
tain ash and pitcher plants as their
better halves could possibly desire,
and the tourists proper had an oppor
tunity to feast their eyes with such
varied and beautiful scenes of love
liness, as but seldom fall to the lot
of mortal man to behold !
Bear Meadows are situated in the
Path Valley Mountains, about due
south from Boalsburg. Distant
from said town, in a bee line, say
three miles. But if you enter at
Galbraith's Gap and travel the same
road we did. vou travel about fif
teen miles and make angles and gy
rations enough to correspond to all
the cardinal and most of the minor
points or tnc compass. The mead-'
ows are some five miles in length
with an average width of about half
a mile. A streamlet of about tho
dimensions of a mill race filled with
the finest trout and Jrout turtles,
traverses tlie Meadows the entire
length, and finally empties into
Penns Creek at Spring Mills. The
greatest part of the Meadows are
covered with a dense forest of ever
greens, of every possible size, smalt
enough for ornamenting yarns and
large enough for building timber.
There are open places of acres In ex- j
tent, irregular in shape, level as a
floor, covered with tall grass and
wild flowers. Imagine yourself
standing on the skirts of one of these
meadows, encircled by dense growth
of evergreens—more fresh and deep
green.than you ever saw before;
The meadow is as level as engineer
ing skill could make it, covered with
tall grass and a rich profusion of
wild flowers of every imaginable hue,
from the most delicate tints to the
most gorgeous and flashy colors:
couple with this picture the deeu sol
itude of the scene, animated only by
the sweet songs of nature's vocalists;
the bright sun and clear azure of
Ileaven above —and you have the
grandest panorama of your life lie
fore your enraptured vision! Vou
should be filled with gratitude to a
benevolent Creator, and veneration
for His lieautiful and mighty works !
At about 4 o'clock we re-assem
bled and regretfully began to talk
of leaving. The whole party was
loth to depart, and so wo resolved
ourselves into a committee of the
whole on the state of Bear Meadows.
Mr. Yohannes Wald in the cluiir.
A committee on resolutions was
appointed, which soon reported thus:
Resoived, that we tender a vote of thanks
to the Creator of the Universe, for having
created such a beautiful spot of earth as
Bear Meadows, and placing the samo in our
native county of Ceutre.
Resolved, tnat we are under a deep scr.se
of obligation to l)r. I*. S. Fisher and Jesse,
for having advised our excursion, but ru
gret verv much that they art) not present, as
promised.
Resolved, that the pleasures and exquisite
enjoyments of this day will ever be a source
of pleasant recollections during the remain
der of our lives.
Resolved, that a full and minute account
Of oar excursion, together with these reso
lutions. be publish*! in the JIQXHBN .lorn-
NAI., and a copy sent to each member of our
party, gratis, in consideration of free pas.
sage and board furnished the associate edi
tor.
RESOLVED, that it is about time to go home.
Alas ! how unfortunate that feel
ings and thoughts so elevated and
pure, should l>e so harshly grated by
the unreasonable t)eliaviour of a few
chronic croakers. A minority re
port was presented and it was insist
ed that it must go on the record.
The croakers knew their Parliamen
tary rights, and knowing, dared
maintain them. Their report reads
as follows;
Resolved, That Rear Meadows.so called, is
an unmitigated fraud and a first class hum
bug.
Resolved, That the man who discovered
the "Meadows," dese.ves the execration of
mankind and ids name should be a hissing
by-word in history for ail time.
Resolved, That it is a shame on the civili
zation of the age, that two men, and one of
them only a doctor at that, should be able to
make fools of thirteen others.
Resolved , That squire llering Is the great
est hound of a walker we ever saw.
Resolved , That if we are so fortunate as to
get home again without broken limbs, we
will resent any probable impertinent ques
tions about the number and size of trout
caught, as becomes men,
Itesolwd, That no account of our foolhar
dy excursion be. published, and that the soon
er the whole affair can lie buried in oblivion
and we ourselves be brought to forget the
adventures of this terrible day, the better
for all concerned.
An animated discussion ensued.
Party spirit ran high. It was all
that Mr. Waid could do, (sick its lie
was,) to preserve proper decorum
and enforce the rules. It was well
that we had wise and conservative j
heads in our assembly. We saw all
the while that the senior of our par
ty, Mr. Krookedclean, was laboring
with big thoughts, as lie lay flat on
his back. gaaing at the blue sky
above, on an imaginary line at right
angles with mother earth. Finally
he moved. We knew something
was coining. lie offered the follow
ing declaration as a substitute for
both setts of resolutions: "i£i7 was
sin dock die Menschc so ncerrish."
This operated like a charm. It was
instantaneously and unanimously
adopted as the sense of the meeting.
In a moment we had hitched and
Were homeward bound. At Chur *V
ville wo left tho party having some
business in that neighborhood.
The rest of the party repaired home
the same day.
[lf our account wero not already
too lenghty, we would give some un.
oflicial notes. May do it in our
next. J
Mr. John Anderson and Mr.
George Downing are each going to
start up a l>mj)trance Restaurant,
in Bellefonte. Good move.
DIE D.
On the 17th Inst., in Fenn Twp., of pneu
monia, Adam Itraudt, aged Si years, 2
mouths ami 2 days.
"Father, thou art gone before us,
And thy saintly soul Is flown
Where tears are wiped from every eye,
And sorrow is unknown."
In Gregg Twp., on tho 18th Inst, Mary
Ellen, d aughter of Win. A. and Barbara
Confer, aged 2 years, 6 months and 30 daya.
CHURCH ifIRECTORY.
Preaching in the Lutheran Church,
Aaronsburg, next Sunday, at 2|
o'clock, r. M m by the pastor.
Rev. G. W. Rouse wilt preach in
the M. E. Church next Sunday eve
ning.
Rev. C. F. Peininger will preach
in the Evangelical church, next Sun
day morning. German.
Lodge aud Society Directory.
The Millheim Cornet Band will
meet in the Town Hall on Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Providence Grange No. 217 P. of
H,. meets in Alexander's block on
the 2nd Saturday of each month at
(U P. M. and on the fourth Saturday
of each month at 1} P. M.
The Irving Literary Society meets
in the Town Hall, every Friday ev
ening.
The Millheim B. & L. Association
meets in Town Hall, on the evening
of the second Monday of each month
Millheim Council No. 309, O. U.'
A. M. meets every Saturday at 8
o'clock, R. M.. in their Council
Room, Wilt's Building.
Degree Meetings will be held on
Tuesday on or before the full moon
of each month.
B. F. MILLER, C.
C'IIAS. It. HELO, Sec.
Rellefonte Market.
White Wheat, per bushel new $ 2 00
Red Wheat, jw?r bushel new No. 1... 2 o0
Rye. per bushel new 75 |
Corn ears, per bushel .V) 1
Corn, shelled, per bushel 35
Oats, per bushel, new 35
Barley, per bushel 50
Buckwheat, per busnel 50
Cloverseed, per bushel (j 5Ct?7 .V)
Potatoes, |Kr bushel new 1 50
Eggs, per dozen 10
Lard, per pound 10
Baeon—Shoulders 10
Sides 10
Hams 12
SurarCured Hams jo
Tollow, per pound f.
Butter, per pound 2
Rags, per pound 2
Ground Plaster per ton 10,00
MlfX!inlnrr Market.
Butter * 20
Kpg* 1
Wheat 2 uo
ltye 00
Corn 47
Oats 32
Barley
Tyniothv Hay 15 00
Clover Hay 12 on
Veal io
Hams. 10
Sides lo
Lard 12
Cloverseed SOO
Tyimdhyseed , i 25
Flaxseed 1 40
Millbclm Market.
Wheat ~. 190
Corn 50
Rye 30
oats 30
Barley 50
Tvmothyseed 2 50
Flaxseed 1 5n
Cloverseed 9 00
Butter 16
Hams i;>
Sides 10
Veal 8
Eggs 10
Potatoes 1 00
Lard 9
Tallow 7
Soap 7
Dried Apples 4
Dried Peaches
Dried Cherries 6
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nual Meeting of the Stockholders of
the LEWisnrno, CESTNE AND Spnrcit CRKKK
It AILKOAD COMPANY will be held at the of
fice of the Company, No. 233, South Fourth
Street, rhiladelpliia. Penna., on Tuesday,
dune 12th. 1877, at 12 o'clock. M. Flection
for President and Directors same day and
place. J AM ES It. MoOLURE,
21 3w Secretary.
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>Ve are selllug—Ladles White llosc at 5 cts
We arc selling—Ladles Handkerchiefs at 5c
We are selllng-DRKMS GOODS at $ cents
We are selling—Dress Goods at 10 cents
We are soiIing—CALICOES at 5 cents
We arc seIIing—SHIRTINGS at i ccuU
We are selling—Sl'OOL COTTON at 2 cents
We are selling—LADlES DOLMANS $2.50e.
We are selling— Ladles Trimmed Hats at 1.50
Wc arc selling—Dulles Trimmed Hats at 1.75
We are selling—Ladles Trimmed Hats at 2.00
We are selUng-CARPETS at eents
We are seIIing—CARPETS at 25 cents
Wo arc selling—lngralu Carpets at 30 cents
Wc arc selling—Brussels Carpets at SI.OO
We arc selling—MEN'S SUITS at r 00
Vv i
In fact wc are selling everything
usually kept in a large and well se
lected ttock for less than auy other
house in Centre County. It will
pay you to call and see for your
selves.
S. & A. LOEB.
J. ZELLER & SON,
Xo. 6. Brockcrtaoff Bow,
BELLEFONTE, PA.
DEALERS IN
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.
0 -
A Full Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand.
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE
SPONGES, 15 cents and upwards. A Share of the publio patron*
age respectfully solicited.
NOTICE.— Whereas letters testamentary
on the estate of Sarah Zeigler, late of
Gregg township, Centre eomUy, Fa., deceas
ed, have been granted to the subscriber, all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims against the same, to present tlieni
duly authenticated, for settlement.
DAJUKL ZBIOI.KR.
6t Executor.
C-VUTIOX.— All persons are hereby cau
tioned not to sell my son Harvey any
thing on credit as I will pay no debts of his
contracting.
MRS. SUSAN SMITH.
Ij'cmi llall. May 17,1877. < 20-3
!! FRAMES!!
PITI'RE & MOTTO FRAMES.
Just received at WELCH'S CIIE A P
HOGK and .ST AT ION AR Y STOHE
next door to the Post OHicc, a large
assortment of Motto and Picture
Frames, embracing many New &
Beautiful Designs in Rustic, Enam
eled and Solid Walnut, which will
be sold at greatly
Reduced Prices
Motto Frames, with Back and Glass,
30 and :i5 cts.
Rustic Frames, Bxlo, with back and
glass, 30 and 35 cts.
Mottos, many New Styles, 5 cents.
Envelopes, 4, 6 and 6 cents per
pack.
Note paper, 5, 7 and 10 cents per
quire.
Fancy Box Paper, 2 Tints, only 13
cents a box,
WALL PAPER
A Great Variety of XKW STYLES
just received, and selling lower than
ever before. Good Styles of Brown
Paper for 7 cents per Bolt. Best
quality of White Paper 11 to 14 cts.
per Bolt. Brown and White Splints,
of all Sizes from 8 to 25 cents per
bunch. Our Goods are all plainly
marked in Figures and sold at one
price only, and to do no injustice to
auy, the terms are strictly cash to
all.
JAMES WELCH.
THE PLACE TO BUY
YOUR
Boots, Shoos, Gaiters, Slippers and
Robbers
TOO. SPRIXG AND SUMMER IS AT
KAMP'S !
For Lndirs, Misses, and Children's
French. Tvtd Button and Liced Shoes.
AMERICAN KID AXD BUTTOXJ
LACED SHOE.
Calfskin, Kip, Goat anil Grain Leather,
> Pegged and Sewed Shoes.
Calf, Kip, Upper and Split Leather
Boots and Shoes.
Great Bargains for Cash
Buyers !
NO OTHERS NEED APPLY.
JACOB KAMP,
LOCK HAVEN, I'KNXA
THE
ADJUSTABLE
SPRING BED,
Bartlett's Patent, Jnne 21,1870
A LIXIRIOIS BED
WITH ONLY A SINGLE MATTRESS.
For Durability, Cleanliness and
Adjustment it has no Equal.
Spiral Spring Elastic Slat.
MANUFACTURED BY
DANIEL DERR,
Bellefonte, Centre Co.. Pa.
DR. BANNING
s permanently located at the ST.
(MARIAS HOTEL, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Diseases and Deformities of the Spine, Ul
terine Displacements, Dysr.ejwla, Hernia
and Piles successfully treated by the BAN
NING SYSTEM of Mechanical Supports.
Call or sud for descriptive pamphlet r "Tlie
House You Lfve In." Mailed free.
BUSH HOUSE,
BELLEFONTE, PA.
F. 1). M ' CTL L 0 M ,
Late Chief Clerk of the Robinson
House, Pittsbsu rg , Fen na ♦
Proprietor.
Only First Class Hotel in
the City.
Charges moderate.
WAR ! AVAR ! WAR !
(n the Rrc.it Dry Goods Battle in Lock
Haven tlx;
BEE HIVE
has conic off victorious on account of the
wonderful low prices at which Dry Goods
ale sold at this old and reliable store.
The third immense stock of Dry Goods,
Carpet#, &c., for the Sprint; and Hummer
trade is just Iwiug opened at prices below
any ever before known.
5000 yards all SILK GROGRAIN RIBBON
beautiful- shades, only 15 cts. per yard.
3CO new PARASOLS, SPUING STYLUS, coir
meuclng at 18 cts. a piece.
Large Ut BLACK KID GLOVES, all size.,
25 cts. a pair.
500 Packs PINS, at 3 cts. a pack.
1000 yards DItKSS I.INKNS, ALL PL KB UN
KN, from 16 cts. a yard up.
3000 yards BEAUTIFUL SPRING STYLE
PRINTS, warranted fast colors at
Sc. sc. sc. sc. fc. sc, sc. sc. flc. per y.
200 Pair MENS* HALF HOSEat 5 cts. a pr.
200 Pair LADIES' HOSE at cts.
Luge Stock beautiful ready made LA
DIES* SPRING SKIRTS, 37 cts.
Immense Stock ready made LINEN SUITS
ron I A DIES, very cheap.
Our Stock of STRIPED & PLAIN SILKS,
BRI I.LI ANTIN ES, AL l. WOOL, DK BAISIL
KS. PLAIDS A SI MMER DRESS GOODS,
comprises all the choicest styles in endless
variety.
The largest and chcajicst stock of PANT
INGS, SJIIKTINGS,TICKINGS, MIJSIJNH, TOWL
IXOH. TAMJE LI\RXS, Mass' & Bors' SI M
MEK WEAK*, ever brought to Lock Haven,
at the BEE HIVE just being ojcued this
week.
New Stock CARPET, Handsome INGKAIN
CAKPET, only 28 cts. a yard.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH, 2 yards wide, only 75 E.
Large Stock of 3 PLY AND FINE CAKPET
CHAIN and WINDOW CCBTINS, cheap.
Remember the Great
BEE HI7E DRY GOOD STORE,
03 MAIN STKELT,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
Proprietor.
—SOOO \K Good TUB
WASHED WOOL in exchange for
Dry Goods, for which the Highest
Cash Price will be juiid.
George Fehl,
W agon-Maker,
AAROXSBIRfi, PEWA.
All kinds of Wagocs made to
Order.
BEATTY'SSHS
Esfdln 18j6
The best and most lasting parlor organ
now in use. No other parlor organ has ever
attained the same popularity.
It has been tested by thousands, many of
them competent judges, and gives universal
satisfaction to all.
The music is adapted to the human voice,
ranging from the softest tlute-ltke note to a
volume of sound unsurpassed by auy instru
ment.
This Instrument has all the latest Improve
ments, and cverv orrn is fully warranted
for six years. Beautiful oil polish, black wal
nut panelled cases, which wltl not CKACK
or VS ARP, and forms, in addition to a splen
did instrument o( music, a beautiful p'.eccof
furniture.
This organ needs only to be seen to be ap
preciated, and Is sold at extremely low fig
ures for cash. Second-hand instruments
taken in exchange.
Agents wanted, male or female, in every
county In the United States and Canada. A
literal discount made to teachers, ministers
churches, schools, lodges, etc., where I have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and price
list Iree. Correspondence solicited. Agent
discount given w here I have no agents. Bes 1
offer ever given now ready. Address,
DAHEI. F.,BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
READ THIS!!
A chance for all to make or save money,
ANDGKTTHV. DUST GOODS IN TIIF. MARKET.
TEAS, COFFEES. &C. (
sold at lower prices than the same qualities
can bo bought at any other house in tills
country. All goods guaranteed to be satis
factory and as represented, or the money
will be refunded on return of tne goods
which may be done at oar expense.
The reputation of our house for selling
standard goods at Low Prices, (for 3dyears),
has given us a standard in New York City
and vicinity, that is not enjoyed by any
other house In the trade. After mature de
liberation we have determined to offer our
goods todiousekeepers in the interior, at the
Lowest Wholesale Trade Prices, wlren a
Club is formed large enough to make small
case. The goods of each member of tlie club
will te put in seperate packages, and mark
ed with name anil cost, so as to avoid con
fusion In distribution. Goods will tie sent by
Express to Collect on Delivery, All wishing
to save money dy purchasing family sup
plies at New York Wholesale Prices can talk
the matter over among friends and nelgh-
Uirs, and sepd to us for Club Circular, Price
list., &o. We give a present of either goods,
or money to the person who gets up the club,
to compensate for trouble cot. Samples of
TEA & COFFEE sent by mail. Send for
Price-list, and Club Circular. 4w
Stiner's New York <te China Tea
Co.,
M. H. MOSES, & CO.,
Pioprietors.
77, 79, 81, 84 andSG VESEY Streot N. Y.,
IViYTFn An old established N. Y. and
AIL 1 LB Havana firm want a General
Agent in Mitlheini, to control the sales of
their Cigars. A permanent paying position
for an acceptable man. Must bo energetic
and reliable. Address RAMON, LOPEZ &
Co., 147 Reade Street, New York.
NERVOUSDEBILITY";
Vital Weakness or Depression, a weak ex
hausted feeling, no energy or courage; the
result of Mental Over-worK, Indiscretion or
Excesses, or some drain upon the system is
always cured by
Hymplirey's Homeopatliic Specific No.
28.
It tones up and Invigorates the system*
dispels the gloom and desopndency, imparts
strength and energy—stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by thous
ands. Sold by dealers. PI ice, *I.OO per sin
gle vial ; or *5.00 per package of live vials
and *2.00 vial of powder. Sent by mail on
I receipt of price. Address Humphrey's
' Homoepathic Medicine Company, 502 Broad -1
way, New York. 51xJ3ly.
Alcott : s Waier-fbfcl
! Awarded Centennial
The most practical, aim
pie, and effective, It* so
portor advantage at part? •
gate Is universally nr.
knowr lodged. Address.
C. T. AI.COTT A SON.
Mfrs. of Wheels ana Mi
Machinery, MOUNT IIOLLT, N. J.
manufacturing riyhts.
INSURANCE HEN! t,Vke notice.
AOEA'TS WATTEI)
—FOR THE—
New England Hntcal Life Ins. Ce.
The oldc.-t mutual in the country, Chartered
1835.
LIBERAL TERMS GIVBI*.
MAKSTON A WAKELIN. General Agents,
133 South Fourth Street, Phlh.delphta.
Daniel F. Beatty's
iKyaKr^|g^^3tSßßSßSißnnAl
CAUTION.— The reputation I liavc gained
, nad the celebrity of mv Grgons, have induc
ed some unprincipled panics and agents
to oopp my circulars, and misrepresent my
Instrument*; against this the public ate
hereby cautioned. .\JI my Organs bear my
trademak, Golden Tongue, and all my Pia
nos have the word PIANO underlined,,
and also have my teai„
deure, DANIEL F. BKATTY, Washinton, N,
J., without which none is genuine.
Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTT,
Washington, X. J., U. S. A.
BEATTY'S;;
Parlor Organs.
Messrs. Geo. P. Roweil ft Co., <N". Y.>
Ne-.i spa per Reporter , says:
"Daniel F. Realty, the organ builder, of
Waxiilxgton, N. J., presses forward with
greatest vigor."
Prom Win. Peol.Nfagar-Falls N. Y.
•Vkswial mouths nse of the decent Parlor
Organ you sent tue satisfies lue that it b or a
of the best made, it has a rich tone; Its
various tones are most |4eaant. i most
heartily recommend vourorggus for parlor
school, cliureh or other use."
Best offer ever jiv<*. Money refumled
upon return of organ and freight charges
paid brine (Daniel F. Realty) b.tU wavs it
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five da vs.
Organ warranted for five war*, send for
viieuded list of testimonials before buying
a pallor Organ. Address. *
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
TYn;liinffton, Xew Jersey, L\ M. A
Awarded the Highest Kedaf c"t~TifHß.
I & HTT. ANTHONY 6 CO:
501 Broadway, JVcw York,
(Opp. Metropolitan note!.)
Mannfacturcrs, Importers A- Dca
lers iu
EngrariiiEs. tamos oafi Frames.
STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS,
Albums, Graphoscopes, Fhotographs,
And kindred goods—Celebrities, Actresses,
PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIALS
Wc are Headquarters for everything in the
way of
STEREOPTICOXSANB XACICIANTrEP,
MICRO SCIENTIFIC I.AXTERX,
KTEKKO PAXOPTICOX,
CMVERBITY STEDF.OPTICOX,
ADVERTISERS NTKR EOPTICR.V
AIiTOPTICOM,
SCHOOL LANTERN, FAMILY LANTERN
PEOPLE'S LANTERN.
Each style being the best cf its class In the
market.
Catalogue of with di
rections for using, sent on application.
Any enterprising man can make mouer
with a Magic Lantern.
fJ-Visitorstothe CenteMiial Exposition
will do wisely to defer purchasing good* in
our line until they come to our sto.e in New
York, where they will find greater variety
amd more moderate urires, and eau select
more at their leisure. But we have a eon
cession to self some styles of onr pi-odsinthe
building of ihc Department of Public Com
fort, and those not coming to New York are
invited to call on our representation ll>iw
A full stock of Views of the Expost.
tion Buildings and their contents.
*3J-Cut out thD ad. for refcrecce"¥t
W4\TF,n Ve p|vc p "ergeti®
i .*.i i ijir # aucti and women
Business that will Pay
from *1 to *S per day, can !> pursued m
your own neighborhood, and Is strictly lon
orahie. /Particulars free, or s.aiu pies 'worth
several dollars that w ill enable you to go Ur
work at once, will bo sent on receipt of fifty
cents.
Address LATHAM £ CO.,
Box 2.154. 419 Washington BL, Boston, Mar.*
BEATTY'SPar^Orp^
Relieving it to be BY FAR the trest Tarlor
and Orchestral Organ mannfactured. ww
challenge any nianuractiirer to equal them.
The celebrated Golden Tongue Reeds iu thia*
organ in conjunction with the Perfected
Reed Board* produce sweet, pure and pow
erful tones. Superb-cases of new and elegant
deigns. Ministers, tcacltent, churches
schiHds, lodges. etc., should send for price
list and discounts.
Dealers will find it to their advantage fo
examine this Instrument. It has improve
ments found in n other. Corresivondeneo-
SoliclUd.
Best offer ever given. Monev refunded
upon return or organ aud freight charge*
paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both wavs if
unsatisfactory, alter a test trial of five d'avs
Organ warranted for six years. Agents dis
count given everywhere I hive no agent
Agents wanted. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, Sew Jersey, V. . A..
&000 A Mo .". r J's AGENTS WANTED o:i
our 1 HRKK GREAT *2 BOOKS..
The STORY of CHARLEY ROSS.
A full account of this great Mvstery, written
bv his Father, beats Robinson Crusoe in
thrilling interest. The Illustrated hand-book
to all religions, a Complete Account of al
denominations and sects. 300 Illustrations..
Also the ladies'medical guide, by Dr. Pan
coast. 100 Illustrations. These books sell a c
sight. Male and l einale Agents colnnionev
on them. Particulars free. Copies bv mail
*2eacin John E. Potter & Co., Piiila.
PATENTS!
Fee Retell. Entire Cost $55.
Patent Office l ee *35 in advance, bjJaneo
*2o within G months after patentallow
ed. Advice and examination
free. Patents ts<>i|.
J. VANCE LEM IS dk CO.,
18-dm Washington, D. O'
set spiral studs, collar nuttun,' hea\y plalii
wedding ring, and gects' Parisian diamond
pin. The above articles sent, post-paid, for
50 CTS. have been retailed lor *6. Bank
rupt. stock and must he sold. Solid Milton
Gold Watches, *lO each, for speculative pur
poses, good timers, equal iu appearance to
a *2UO genuine gold. "His reputation- for
honesty, fair dealing and liberality is uu
equaled by auy advertiser in this city."—,V„
Y. l)m Book, Dec. Hi, 1876-
POSTAGK ST AM PS TV KEN AS CASH;
F. STOCKMAN 27 BOND ST.. New YoA..

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