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R. O. DKIMNGER, Associate Edlto
SUUlKini,Thursday, N0v.15.
'lornas—Cl.so For Annum.
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fcllllista oh the L. C. & S. C. R. R.' uas a
population of 6—7uo, Is a thriving business
cent v, aud controls the trade* of an average
rutins ot over eight, miles, in which the
JOURNAL has a larger clrculaUoa than all
ether county papers cotul ned.
Advertiser* t ah pivase mate a note oftht
Uncle Blucher's Wedding Trip.
Time is clanged, bo\9, si ice Ij
was a young fellow, l'ui eighty
liow, and I've seen considerable liv
ing. Wheu I was twenty one the
deer used to come out of the woods j
yonder and eat my buchwl eat, HI d
I used lo go out with niy rif.e and |
shoot 'em down to s.ve it. Venison
it scarce now, but you coul'dm c*ax
ft hungry man to eat it then, if he
could get anything else, it was so
common. Ask Aunt X art a if
that isn't so. As for doings, they're
ail altered. Evervthibg is fiue as
five-pence uow. "We had to put up
with common fixings then, I tell
>ou. How, that big wedding down
at Dadet.hammer yesterday. Aunt
Martha and I, we went. All the
house was fixed up with stuffed fur-
Xiiture, at d there wne things to eat
I didn't know the names of; and
four musicians from tl e citv to lay
for tiiem to dauc°, and after the
wedding the-e was a coinage to
tiU-.e the young folks to the railway
depot for what they called then
toier, and a wagon Uhit.d, bhss you,
with the bride's trunk, as bi;
houses, every one of 'em. Tha
was ruy Martha's niece, that bride
was; and when Martha was marri-d
she went on a difibsJvut kind of a
tour.
I mean to tell all about it while
I'm talking though she says the
oung people will think she wasn't
a bit genteel. Geuteel isn't my
brother, anyway—mver was. Give
mo up and down just what you arc
worth—no air s.
We didn't take any in those time?.
We were new settlers, every one of
us. Martha's mother and father
had one big room for parlor, sitting
room and kitchen, and there we
were married. Peter Grimes fiddled
or us, and we had corn cakes and
cldi ken, and sweet cake and coffee,
and light biscuits and plum sas,
and fried poik for supper; and the
parson be ate as hearty and lauglied
loud KS any of us—though when
it c*mo to dancing, of course he
wasn't there; and after we danced
until morning, Martha and I started
for home. I had a cart, it hadn't
nry cover, and I didn't ride very
easy, and I was going to take her
-over in tnat,
We'd had a furnishing bee before
and all my folks and all hern bad
us something; but Grand
mother Smith bad fetched over a
feather bed for a present to Mar
tha—and now says she:
"Put it in the wagon Binder,
and it will be ft comfortable 6eat
for Martha." .
So we did it.
Martha sat on the bed. I perched
up on the seat, and away we dtove.
Mother Smith she cried, so did Mar
tha.
Father-in-law hurrahed. So did I,
and eff we went.
, For a considerable time I had
plenty to do, coaxing Martha to
*'heer up, telling her that she could
g j home as often as she liked; and
pretending to scold her.though I
wasn'f angry, for a girl who loves
her own folks, and is a good daugh
ter, is sure to be a good wife.
But after a while, she cheered up,
and as we rodo along in the gray
dawu, just a little mistier than night,
sho said:
♦M'tn so sleepy that I think I
shall iust cuudle down in the feath
ers and take a nap." 4 'Do it," said
i Irom my perch.
"So, after a while, I spoke t. her
without turning my head, and she
didn't answer.
"Sound asleep, poor little chick
en," thought I, and driv on.
It was a cloudy sort of morning, j
We'd passed through the marsh,
and the mosquitoes buzzed about,
but never roused the girl up. iVe'd
eouie to the woods, and there you
couldn't see your face, and still she
was sound asleep, I thought, and I
was glad she could hav such a good
rest. But when we'd come to the
I % top of the hill, and I could see our
Ule house, I couldn't stand it any
uuger. I felt as if I'd like to have
her lake the drat peep along with
tne.
"Martha!" I shouted, turning
xrout.d 011 the high seat, "Martha,
wake up, lassie! We can see our
faoma from here."
But then 1 stopped short, and
thought I should die. Martha
wasn't there. 2Ceither she nor the
feather bed was on the curt -it was
j-ist
She'd fallen off somewhere— but
where? And whatJmight ha*o hap
pened to her? There were plenty of
wild leasts in the woods then —the
smaller kind, of course, but hot
pleasant to meet—and the Afttuftps
in parts was deep enough to drown
in •
I couldn't ston to drive back slow
ami careful, I jump ted down, leav
ing old Jed to take care of himself,
Ai.d away I dew back into the woods
calling "Martha 1 Maiti.a!" and
feeling about as 1 went, but uobody
answered.
I tell you boys it was a dread
ful hour for me; I almost fainted, 01
got a tit, or sun etl ing, before I got
ihtough the woods to the marsh.
But there—tl ere I just stopped, ami
lieing so scared had made me so ner
I vous, that I hurst out a laughing.
There, in the midst ot the soft
mud, was the feather bed, all smear
ed and spattered, and on it sat Mar
tha crying. The mui wasn't much
over knees, if she'd waded out, hut
she had Iter new boots on, and hei
S„nday-go to meeting blue merino,
and she couldn't make up her mind
to do it. She was safe, but she was
cold, and oh, boys, wasn't she cross!
"I'm going I aok to ma," sobbed
she, across themud. "If you'd car
ed fot urn, you could not have lost
me off."
"Oh, Maitlia' said I, but she
wouldn't look at nie.
1 went into the mud and brought
her out, and then 1 went for the
wagon j.nd got out poor Grandmoth
er Smith's ft at her lied, and then
we went houie. It wasn't aph asant
ending to the wedding, I cin tell
you ; but after Martini had cried
an hour or two sho began to get
over it. and at last she told me how
it all happened, as far as she knew
She fell so sound asleep that she
dreamt she was at home, and the old
lady calling her to get up and go
breakfast, and said she to herself in
Iter sleep. "It's very cold this morn
ing,*? and turned over to feel for the
blankets; that started the bed, and
off it slid, and there it lay in the
mud, and there she lay on top of it;
and when she wnktd up she could
not remember where she was. but
thought the roof had blown off the
old house, or she'd been carried off
by the old boy, until I'd diiveu too
far away to hear her.
After that she owned up it was
some her fault, and we made up,
didn't we Martha ? and stayed so;
but that was my weedding tour.
"Twasn't as fine as Martha's niece's
was it ?"
1 Tramp at Bay
21 id Dcad 7 y Skill With a Revolver,
The little village of St. Elmo, II!.,
situated-on the Vandalia road, sev
enteen miles from Efiigham, was, on
the llib of Septembei, thrown into
intense excitement by a series of the
most daslardly, terrible murders that
have ever been perpetrated iu this
section of the country. The par
ticulars are these: About 8 o'clock
in the morning, Mr. John Scoles, a
most respectabla citizen of tho vil
lage, wi'b his family, returned to
their residence, situated iu tie
midst of a thickly built part of the
place, from a visit East, where they
had been absent for several days.
On euiering the house he immediate
ly discoveted that he had been rob
bed of numerous articles of value,
and from several indications was
convinced that the burglar had ju>fc
lift the place, as he.had left, a fresh
ly prepared breakfast on the table.
This fact induced Mr. Scales to
commence instant search for the
thief. lie searched carefully through
the house, outhouses, and out in the
rear yard, going toward his stable.
As lie did so he perceived a man
running rapidly through the field to
the rear looking back and showing
unmistakable evidence of being the
partv wanted trying to 6'Caie. Mr.
Scoles mounted a horse standing
near and started i i purs lit, w itch
e£ by his excited family. When
within about thirty yards of the ruan
scoles ordered him to halt. The
villain did so, but with consummate
coolness and murderous daring, he
drew a revolver and fired, shooting
Mr. Scoles three times, each shot
giving him a fatal wound, one tak
ing effect in the head and two in the
bodv. Mr. S o'es fell from his
horse and expired in atxiut three
minutes, living nntil his family and
two or three < bservers reached hiiu.
to hom he spoke a few words.
Trie news spread with electric
rapidity throughout the village, and
in about twenty-five minutes up
wards of one hundred men, armed
with hastily-seized rifles, revalvers.
and shot-guns, were in close pur
suit. Owing to the country being
very level there, the rapidly escap
ing fiend was still in fair view of
the pursuers. He was flteiuglikea
deer, urged on by his great despe
lation. but the numerous pursuers
1 tunny being mounted, swiftly over
look hi m. As soon as he arrived
withiu hailing distance Mr. Jfrurik
Barnes, wno was in advance'of the
citizens, called ou him to "halt,
or you are a dead man." At this
the desperate fleud turned, and
holding a revolver in each band,
coolly commenced firing at a jdia
tnce of abctr. forty feet. The first
shot fired from his right hand revol
ver hit Mr. Barnes, a very worthy
yoitwg man, in the head- killing htm
instantly, the body falling with a ,
thud to the ground. The second
shot, given from his left hand, hit
Mr. Frank Wiseman, another excel
lent citizen, in the head, also with
deadly effect, he falling from his
horse and expiring in a few mo
menta.
Still coolly facing the ad vancing
citizens, he aimed with Ills right
hand revolver and (lied, killing a
horse from under a pursuing farmer,
whose name is not learned. Then
giving a terrible demoniao yell he
rushed toward 4 he entire party of
about a dozen hoi-semen. This bold
and utterly looked for action ly the
demon disconcerted the party and
caused them to turn and flee in all
directions. Still intent with devil
ish, murderous deeds, lie again aim
ed and hit a horse, wounding it so
it fell, unable to move further, and
'he rider was obliged to eseapo on
f ot.
The demon then turned and easi
ly jogged to some timber and under
growth at some distance, in which
he is now supposed to t hidden.
Tie is certainly n terrible dangerous
object, a wonderful dead shot with
either hand, is well armed and fear
fully desperate.
The country is alive with armed i
citizens numbering several hundred, I
but all are feeling cautious of ap
proaching his hiding place, and it is
feared that when darkness comes on
ho v.-ill make his escape. lie is un
known to any that saw him, but is
supposed to he some wandering
tramp. He appeared to be about
thirty-five years old, low in statue,
heavy-set, d irk complexion, heavy
•lark hair, lierce black eyes, and
would probably weigh about one
hundred and forty five pounds.
The whole village is in mourning for
the three r&pected murdered citi
zens, and the most intense excite
j merit prevails.
A DISASTROUS YOUXU WOMAX.
As an instance of what hot tem
ner and rash action can accomplish
to ruin life, an affair that occurej at
Sharon, Pa., on the sth, is one of
the best illustrations. A young
ladv, Miss Kate MoGilvery, was out
driving alone, and when on State
Street she desired to get ahead of a
wagon. She called out to the driver
to turn aside so tint she could pass,
lie was a deaf, iidinn old man nam
ed Bell, and at first did not hear
what she said, but after a second or
third call did as requested. Misun
derstanding Mi*. Bell's delay, the
young lady on her ai rival at home
told her father that the old man- had
tried to frighten her horse. Mr.
Mi Gil very is very impetuous, and
this imale him so angry that he
started down town to find Mr. Bell,
lie met liini iu front of a store, and,
without warning, knock* d him
through the window, cutting his
head badly though not sefiouslv.
Mr. Bell was removed to hia resi
dence, and his son Hichard was so
maddened by his fathers condition
thai he determined to punish his as
sailant, He found him in front of
the very store where the first assault
had been made, and picking up a
two-pound brass weight he hurled
it at Mr. McGdveiy's head, fractur
ing the skull. The wounded man
died in r few hours. Miss Kutp,
the innocent cause of all the trouble,
has lost her reason, and is now a
raving maniac, though her physician
has slight hopes that she may recov
er from the shock. Young Bell is
now in custody.—/ndiinupoh's Sov
tincl.
A PLUCKY DEED.
Some repairs being in progress to
the roof ot a house in ITigh Street,
Barnstiple, Eng., bv Mr. Stocker,
builder, a ladder fif f y feet long, was
reared from the roadway. A •ma
son's laborer, named Charles Jones,
when nearly at the top of the lad
der, but not sufficiently svto depos
it a heavy load of mortar on the
roof, was obwved hy Geoigo Cross,
'.he mason, who was waiting to take
the load from him, to suddenly stop
and be in a fainting condition.
Cross immediately vent down the
ladder, and removed the h>ad from
the faint'ng man's shoulder on the
roof. He then descended to the as
sistance of Jones, whom lie found in
a (It ready to fall, but this ho happi
',v prevented by erefMug acrosi Mm
and holding him tightly hy hand and j
leg. Jours, in his fit, fixed his
.teeth in Cross's arm, and trembled
violently as well as struggled to get
free. For fifteen minutes the peo
ple below witnessed the struggle,
afraid to ascend, until auotlier brave
fellow, named William Hi -hards, a
driver of a van, run ur the ladder to
the assistance of the mason. In the
meantime the fire-escape ladder was
brought to the spot, and in the nick
of time the police ascended, and the
leather belt belonging to the escape
lieing fastened round Jones, he was
lowered, still in the fit, to the ground
unhurt. The mason, Cross, was
much exhausted, and when he re
gam d the ground fniutc-d.
KOCH & STROUSE'S.
I'hihulclphia Clotliingllall
Market Street Lewisburg, Pa
Is the Head (Quarters for
Ready Made Clothing.
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A larger slock can bo found In our store
than in any other In I nloif county, and < u
prices'are from
15 to 40 per cent lower
than those of other stores. Any person In
need of clothing will save from a day's to a
week's wages by calling at tho
PHILADELPHIA CLOTHING HALL,
*
opposite Lowisburg National Bank,
LEWISBURG. PA.
HP ATTV p IANO, ORGAN best. **
DKLAI 1 1 !.<uk I t art Hug I Bee I Organs
i f stop. iaf. Pianos only MS) cost BGS3. Olr
Free. Dauiel F. Beatty, Washington N. J*
0-4 w
-1828, END FOR 1818.
i UK
New York Observer,
The Bed Religious and Secular Family News
paper. 13.1S a Year, post-paid.
Established !*:.
KiT 37 Park How, Ntw York. •
SAMPLE 3 FKSB
BUSH HOUSE,
BELLEFONTE, PA.
F. I>. si *'UTL L 0 SI,
Late Chief Clerk of the Pobinfcon
House, PITTSBURG. reima.
Proprietor.
Only First Class Hotel In
the City.
Ch&rgea moderate.
. " "•*' 4 •
BELLEFONTE BREWERY,
IE WIS U4A 9,
Proprietor.
Bellefonte, 25-1 Pa.
DAN. F. HKATTY'
Parlor Organs.
■*-
These remarkable instruments pwws ca
pnritle fV maale.il trnrn and exim-wlon
never vfore attained. adaptcdfor Amateur
and i 'jfessioual, autl an jmuiutnt iu .my
l'arlo .
kx n. n cryiirv i tnk. th pu
l<i VV HKWAI MP. KLKGANT 1E
--SS1GN AND FINISH
and Wonderful Variety ol tlx .*lr Combination
Solo sStops.
•*. Beaut ifnl ucf\ Centennial Styles now
ready. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Wasldntton, New Jersey, t*. S, A.
Tremendous fall
Pilcesof BOOTS, SHOE*. GAITEUS. SUIT
R.IIS AND KI"33EKH.
Imofc al the following figures at
JACOB KAM? 1 SHOE STORE
LOCK HA VEX, PA.
Men's Boots, only $1.75
Hen's Boots, very best, only $3.50
Hens' Carpet Slipper*, on'y 51)
Hens' 8; s! Rubber Over Shoes, 61
Wo mens' Foxed Gaiters, only $1.25
Worn ens' r irv • ir s lines, only $!. 0?
Woniens* best RubbtrOver Shoes I •
Children's %t u " " 31
Boys', Souths' and Chlldrens*
Boots and Shoes, very low.
Chlldrens' Goat Button Shoes
>os. 4to i, with heels, only 75
Mens Calf Top Sole Boots, only $3.00
Woniens' kill Button Shoes,only $2.00
Women's Grained Button Shoes, $1.85
These prices are almost w hat the stock in
these goods it worth, without the nuking.
1 buv nv go.als onlyfroiu Uruc mauuiaciur
ei a and lor CASu. This 14 why I can seii so
/erv low. BOOTS. SHOES AXI) RVBli-
EUSat WHOLESALE.
Give me a Call.
JACOB KAMP
The Boot and S oe Mn or Lock Haven.
STftE" BTHiri#Jf\ rEIKBKA -
BeATTY
Parlor Organs.
Messrs. Geo. P. fctowci & Co., (N. Y.)
Newspaper Reporter , says:
"Daniel F. lieatty, the organ builder,*- of
Washington, N. J., presses forward with
greatest vigor."
From \Viu. Pool, Nlagni - Falls, N. Y.
•'.Several months use of tlie element Parlor
ran n you sent mc satlstles me that It is one
of the best made. t has a rich tone; its
various tones are most pleasant. most
heartily recommend your orggua for parlor
school, church or other use."
Best oder ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freiuht charges
pnid bv me (Daniel F. Beatty) both wavs if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five days,
rgan warranted for five years. Send for
txtended list of testimonials before buying
a pallor rgan. Address.
DME , F. BEATTY,
Wa.felnff S.w JWH), V. •
SPUINti ILLS aud BELLEFOXIK
THOMAS A. HICKS & BRO.
Large and complete stock of Hardware, in all Branchoe.
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STOVES! STOVES!
f * r .
Wo have tlie only Reversible, Top Plate Cookin a Stoves in tho Market
At Spring Mills
we have the Largest Stock of Cook Stoves ever seen in Pennsvalley,
Come and see our
KEYSTONE COOK STOYE.
It in the Handsomest in the World.
OUR PRJDEFY COMPETITION.
J. W. CORNELIUS
ABTIST AMI PHOTOCBAI'IIKII,
MARKET STREET,
Lewisburg, Penna.
o
PHOTOGRAPHE3
of all style* and aires finished tn the h'.ghoat
style known to the art.
tr*
M* /, *1
o
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And Picture painted
o
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, JO ..
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tr Oil Water Color. Italia Ink,
A Speciality.
Psitlmlaf attention given to copying old
and faded piittm** tl deceased friends, tO
rod It desired. in any of the above colore
(ireat pain* taken to insure totmstoivef* tlii
best qualitv of work. ! .respect tally an
pouuee Unt I introduce aU tlie
{ V .-Ifftj 51 •> ft AC I.KSjI
its soon aa any one and ain to pro
dime any piece of work in 'tie in st approv
el fashl" n. The public is Ardlallv Invl ed
to call at my rooms and examine* niy work
whether then ilc-Jtv pictures or not A
liberal dedhcTViP pn large prtler*., 1 ha laxs
est and host selerted stone of Trsmc* In
town always )n hand. The ureate-n pains
taken to Insure satisfaction to. my custom
ers. Dou't forget the place: bouthaideuj
Market Street,
LEWISBIRG, PA.
HARDWARE
JAMES HARRIS & CO.,
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Dealers in Hardware,
i !
JYo. J. Brockerhojf Row,
jj BELLEITOHSTTE, IPJL.j
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HAROn taK OTGKEL H CSJKTRE CO.'St
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; Complete line of Hardware of all Kinds at tlie
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LOWEST PRICES.
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j Tie CeleirateJ Barley Sieaf (M Stove & Aicior Heater:
>.":*• . j'
CALL AND SEE.
HARDWARE
HARDWARE
Glad Tiding to All!
JOHIS B FORD
IIAS OPENED A TAILOR 1 HOP TN
gfioak'j BaMini, Millbcim Penna.
Where he is now ready to satisfy all those
who will give hin their trade in city-style.
He is a frst-class Cutter and Utter and as a
workman can not be surpassed. With close
attention to Business, hehopes toreceive tho
Patronage of this community and tho coout
ry generally.
All orders promptly filled and
all work g-uarautood.
3(Him lOil'V B. FOR
DAV.!. BROWN,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
TIN-WAKE
STOVEPIPE & TRIMMWfIS
SPOUTISG and FRUIT CASS.
** * *
Would respectfully inform tho public that
lie keeps on liand or makes to oruer
all kinds OR TIN w Attn. STOVB
riXTt HES, FHI'ITCANS,
etc.. etc.
£ SPOUTING A SPECIALITY !S
Fruit cans
alw ays on baud.
Repairing done at
short notice. Having
some ten years experience
In the business lie flatters hlti'-
selt that tils work is luliy equal to
any In this section of the country. A
share of the public s patronage is respect
fully solicited. sh ®E\ t f®*7" d
foote's Store, Jtllllwim, lena.
I Willi P I ANO
? I Ball wmsmsmmm
"• aj as ay grand mquarb
\HI S B s 8 AM) IJIMtOHT.
Sl.i'H i ij S r-Agents wanted
g everywhere. Ad
¥l > ■ i I | dress, DAN* El. K.
BEATTY Washington, New Jersey, U. b. A
Peo. L. Poller Jno Kartz
CEO. I- TOTTER & CO.,
General Bsnmce Aienci
BELI EFONTE.PA,,
i • t -a f
s r i
Strongest Agency In the County, l'oileit
issued on the Stock and Mutual Pluo.
BEATTYS^^b
DANIEL F. BEATTY
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
IHW P'TKNT HHR NHMrm.
1 Adopted by all the queens' of fasldon. Send
for circular. K. IVINB, No. 3ti North I'RiU
St.. Philadelphia. l\v
BEATTYM
Cs33B2*^Bufll<b
KSffABLIGHKD IN IS*L
Anv first-class SIGN FAINTEK AND
I.E'tTtlltF. a can learn something to hi',
advantage ay adibcstiag Lou manufacturer
DANIEL F. DEATIT,
Wellington, New Jersey, U.S. A
Beatty's Parlor
SORGAKS.S
Fl.rtJASr KTYI.Eh. v,lth Valuable
Improvements. New and Beautiful Sblo
Sloes. OVER ONE TH'I : SANI> Organists
ami Musicians endorse these organs and re
commend them as STRICTLY PIRSTOLASS
In t<ne. Mechanism and durability. War
ranted for six years.
MORI Blpgant and lattftt TmproYfffl.
t! ire been awarded the HIOHKT TRF
Mil M in competition wiin otlier* lor
Simplicity, Durability,
PSQMPTtfSSS,
AND PIANO LIKE ACTION
Ft'KK, NWKSCT, and IS V K M BU
IXCI!) TOYK, OKCHSTHAL KF
FJTTS and A( fFBB
WIlKi! HAT BK ILUITO THE BKKUS.
Semi for Price List. Address,
DAHfil. F. BEATTY.
Washington. New Jersey, U. S. A
CRISTADORO'S
HAIR DYE.
Crlsiadoro's Hair Dye is the SAFEST and
KS l; it acts instantaneously, producing
he most natural shade* of Blank or Brown:
doe* NOT STAIN the SKIN. ;tud Is easLy
applied. It Is a standard preparation, and
a favorite upon every well annotated Toilet
for Imdy or Gentleman. Sold by Druggists.
J. CRIST ADultO,
P. O. Box, 15.13. New York.
BEATTY™
BE T IN
USE
Grand Square nd Upright.
DANIF. BEATTY.
Washington, New Jersey, VT. S. A.
D li. D. H. MINGLE,
Offers his professisnalservices to the put
lie. Answers calls at all hours
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
Mlllhrtm, Penn'a
18x1y.
CAMERON HOUSE,
LEWISBL'RO. PENN'A.. i
C 3-. S. IBrCTOIR,,
Proprietor.
o—
First Class In all respects and
Centrally Located. '
mVff' Hm*n one and one-half doz-
W ll !'* <f the most beautiful
* """new CUromoM, in French
oil eotor, ever wen (or tLOU. Thev at e
mounted In 8 x 10 buck ennmehl and gold
mats oval opening and outsells anything
now before the public. HatiHlacifon guar n
teinh Two minipWit for t r cents, or six (or
5 cent. Nend lo cent* for grand ill u*t rated
catalogue with chroino of Moonlight on lite
Rhine, or ao rent* for two Landscape ami
tuna Lilies en turk ground. J. A. LATH
AM, A CO. 41V Wasldußbw M. Boston M;ts.
SriA FORTUNE.
J. ZELEH & SO??,
N*. 0. Brorkerhoff Row,
BELLEFONTE, FA
DEALERS IX
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.
■ o —— * ,
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. *" *. *
A Full Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand.
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE
PONGBS, 15 cents and upwards. A chare of the public patron
age respectfully solicited.
Late Immense Discoveries by tjfAXLE* i
and otbuoarejtasf added to the only corn- ,
pletc.
Life and fjtrbcrs of Livingstone.
Thisveteran' explorer ranks among the
nioxt herufrmnres of the century, and this
book L><r.* of the most attractive, -fascinat
ing, rhihly lilUHtijiied and uwiruntir vol
umes eve r Iv-ued. lacing the only enti. * and
authentic IIT*. the mblious are eiw far K
and widr-HweHi- mvmilm are wanted JOI6W
fat proof and teium mid reus MUBBAtfU
1.1..-5.. fuDIUI ki'c.*, 1, I : 1.11. 11., 1 '• •
(ft .• hJKI a 2 1(\ ae %|i I 4 J J.i
BEATTY^Pariar^ii
£a£Z£CSSSSI3I
isrSTTii fsJs!
Bcltcvlng U to be BY FAR the best Parlor
aud inaiaifactuivd, we
challenge anv manufacturer to cqintl thcin.
'Die celebrated tioiden Tongue heeds in this
organ iH ("mjubcikm witu the Feifectcd
Reed Boards pi educe su cef, jmre and pow
erful tooea. Superb catf-* of new and elegant
designs diinisters, teachers* chuicbea
scliooU, lodges, eliouid send tor price
list and discounts.
Dealers will find It to tholr advantage io
examine this iiistrunieut. thus improve
inents found in uo other. Correspondence
solicit? d.
|U-st offer ever given. Money refunded
return of organ ami freight eharg\*v
i>.tid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) l>dh ways if
i unHritlKfactorv. after a test tilal of five davs
trigan warniided for six years. Agontsnis
couut given everywhere k.ive uoageut
AgouU wiutted. Addicts,
DAM EL F. BEATTY,
B'wihlagton, .few Jersey,
HARDWARE
ISay the
Sewing* MacSii;
SplSiJ jjf '• o t asd nii w
\J RH • EBfSl *** It err im.
12 n ir v. iflwr *sM vror&i A<*v/. with a pctfttfUhA**, which clow &wt
jlB ff y y feS[Jn change as the.bobbin bHomM f*li4B!i-4.
AM tj * || *jsSq W~ All ti>9 waring piiKts cj tttU*!.' ukH*
Kg a L'J frta combines ever* cisiraM* a.p*waot.
g'S Jr *5? S3 Mr Kverjr Jgarhlee laafiaieatteitty fcr use, >Ar
th* GREAT EEPCmnN
]®S it* A IN PR|fW we (liflw te wMto bert 3*a>riat
*>a and exereitethtgreuutttcaifiji; feglr Mwaufatkaf*.
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO.,
YFojtsn EriaA OfflM, SSI W*it Uii:s:t St.. CMcap, HL PSIITCIPAL CSTTOS M MgxfartO&a, llkdfttn, Cms.
WATCHES ! ! JEWELRY ! !
ROWATXE GOLD, so extensively were In Tarts, was first discovered In lift, by lha
celebrated French ehemUt, Mon.s. I>. W L*i re. Who manufactured tt Mm few#rv, snd
for five years sold It to the leading Jewelers 0 ! I'arls r or SOLID GOLD, In t*7.\ when Ins
secret Became Known, ten of tlie matmfacU lug Jexveld s established a stock qnupaur,
with a eanitwif#l*",JUU>uUior the punmsc of tn uufaciu) lug KQMAINS GOLD JJCWSL-
Ii Y AJSD WA2VIIES With th. immense ■* uitai* and the aid of imjiroved machinery
they are enabled to produce all tlie latest patter s of jewelry at lew than one-tenth of Sot
id GoM, and of a duality and color which makes I Impossible even for experts to detect it
(i <pclvzire agency of the Vnited Spates and Orrna<fa, for the sale of
all cocm* manufactured from this metal, and In order to introduce them in the most
masher, have not ur> assorted sample lots as given holow, which we Will sell at gnc-tenSh
fAe retail raiue until January Ist, 1878. fiead the list.
50-CKJfT LOT.
One Gent's Watch h uln refcill prleo 1 00
One pair Ktiern* <m! h lee vc buttons re. pr. 75
Ouc Stone Set Scarf I"ii> * ** ■?
fine set iSi Spiral Hhlrt Studs, " * 7j*
line Improved shirr Collar Button," " . &
Due heavy plain \VedUlng Kiug, 1
Total... 00
For o e nta we will seud above si* articles
postpaid. •
SI.OO LOT.
One pair Sleeve Buttons, stone setting.
One set (3) Spiral Shirt studs,
one henNw band Engagement Sing.
One set (2) Engraved Rracelets.
one l.ulle'' Lop t Guard or Neck Chain.
One Fncrtved Minlvfnr Ijocke* for the above.
< me oent's Heavy Link Watch Ohaiu.
one Like George Diamond stud.
$9.(Hi i. LOT.
OneLaVes' Neck Chain and Charm.
Cue 1 .adies' Heavy Guard Chain for a cU.
One set Tin and Kar Kings, A- etbyst.
One extra tine Miniature Locket.
One Caineo Seal King. i
One VIM V heavy Wedding or Engagement ring
One Gent's heavy Watch Chain with Charm.
One pair Pearl Inlaid Meeve Buttous.
One I-ake George l luster Pin.
One pair (2) heavv band Bracelets.
The retail price of the articles in eaoh sample lot amounts to exactly ton times the
price "we ask for the lot; for example our SI.OO lot retails for 11.00: our *5.00 lot for tt.QO.
SOLID ROMMSi G3LD HONTWG-CASF. WITCH FREE. t „ „
To any <ne sending us unorder for the above lots by express to the amount #C *ls 00
we will send FREE one solid liouiaine Gold Hunting-Case Watch Gents' or Ladies' size
warranted to Ueenperfect tlm" an I look equillv as well as a ft. guld watch. By iniU
postpaid, *15.50. Title Is our BUST OFFER to AGENTS, and Is wot th a trial, as thewatch
alone will sell or trade rcadilv for from *2.00 to *O. Rents" or Ladles Watch atone, #7 01
with a Heavy Gent's Gold Pattern Vest Chain and Charui. or Lathes' Opera Chain with
s'ldc jiiul tassel
' REMEMBER:— This offer only holds good until Jan. Ist, 1873. After that time we
shall sell only to Jobbers and Wholesale dealers, and any one wishing out good* will the*
havoto pay full retail prices ■ _ ' ' ' . .
Komalae Gold is the best, and. Jn fact, the only imitation of genuine gold made, hsing
the same In weight, COIOT and finish, and all our goods are made in the latest gold pattens.
Will guarantee satisfaction in every instance, or refund money.
Send money by P. 0., Money Order, or Registered letter, AT OUR MBK. No
goods sent C. O. 2>. unless at least *5. accompanies the order. Addreee plainly,
W. F. EVANS, & CO. Sole Agt's for 1.8., and Caaatla,
05 S 07 South Clark Street, Chleeffo, ill I *
RSTASITJWKD 1M&
" ; j HARMSOtfB
WRITING INKS
ir .* , AND MITILA6K.
Thc best in the Market.
Jet Mark Scoeo! Ink A Sp-rlallty.
For Saj.e nv ajx Leading Stationeiw axt
HARRISON INK QQ..
: f * U F&fofnfSt., X. Y.
WANTED!
We wlh an agent male or female, In each
towu of this county, to got up, C'toto among
lamfne*, hotels, factories, in., for the Hale
of our Tews, and will offer very Hb,<ral cots
in'asiona to such. We have been importers
of Teat for over 20 years, and can afford to
send, and we will send a better article for
the money than any other home |u New
York. Our Teas are put up hi cue pound
packages, with the name awl price printed
upon each.
Address, for terms and blank form for
Lo&boft & NEW YORK CIIIKA TF.A CO.,
F. O. Box 574. No. 3C Church Bt, No w York.
swjr
THE MOST POPULAR,
l . *i
Because the wost resonable store in Bella,
fonte latitat of 1 ■
S. & A. LOEB.
We deal In all kinds of General Mcrehan
dise and have Just received tm
I ?i" L;" ,n 'V. i "pi
r * -■* * : • *v> F
! QrpOr N
K J .I lin I.jr>a„i
i
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which is cow being old as
I : . : J J u"> <
Remarkably Low Prices
- .
Dry (Jowls. Clothing,
Boots & Shoes,
I , 7' ;' , "r,
\ Groceries, Carpets.
I' • ' c - •' "f •- i
i ■ ;r . . htiis.
$3.00 LOT.
One Opera Guard Chain.
One 1 a dies Neck fTihtnr and Crosa.
One Beaut HW LefiKHt (engraved).
One pair Band Bracelet*..
Ope Gent's Twist Link V est Chain & Char en.
Orife pail- Ohvx Sleeve Buttons.
ihW set fS) linyx Sliirt Studs.
One new improved Collar Button.
One extra cut Cameo Heal King.
One Arizona Soiitalnj Stud.
One'set Amethyst or Topaz Pin It Ihfl/rep#
One ladies' Chemise Button.
UiM TLuu lUag. stamped ISK
SS.OO LOT.
One Indies' Opera Chain. wHh slide and
t:wsel. (retail prlcej;".00)
T i Gent's heavy lAatehChalm fitfth Curb
chaun, (retail price, KiOU.)
One 1 ..idles' heavy long Neck Chata.
Dim elegant Chased Miniature t*A for ab.
One set Cameo Medalion Pl and fiar in ope.
One pair (2) heavyOhaaed Band Braoeleu.
One Gent's Solitaire Diaiuoud Stud.
One Gent's Cluster Diamond Pin.
One pair Amethyst or Onyx Bleex Button
One set (S) Hinds to match the above.
One elegant heavy set Cameo Seal King.
One Massive Rand or Wedding King.
One new "patent" Collar Button.
One Indies' Chemise Button.
One Amethyst or Topaz King, (extra finish.

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