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|jic jjjillhtim Journal. THURSDAY, OCT. 21, 18 SO. BHftINGEB & BOMILLBB, iMilors and Proprietors. Local Bc]>ar(nicnl. New Arrival! The boss place for bargains at the NEW CASH STORE laMnsier's Stare ROOK 011 Peuii Stroet. MILLHEIM, PA., where you will find a first class as sortment of Drj Goods, Groceries, \o lions, Bools & Shoes elc. etc, We have just opened our immense stock of goods and are now ready to sell them at the lowest figures. Re member the place, MrssEiPs STORE ROOM, FENX STREET, MII.LIIEIM, PA. Call and sec* You will save money by going there, before you buy any where else* PK6RITE TAKEN TV EXCHANGE FOR GOODS, THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR THE SAAIK. —The new paper mill at Tyrone is in operation. —The best hand-made boots at Louis Doll's, Bellefonte. A good ten-plate stove for sale at the Journal office. —C. A. Sturgis, our watchmaker is fixing up his shop preparatory for the winter trade. —The unfinished sidewalks in the borough shoukl have attention before winter sets in. —The boss place for cheap goods is T. R. Stain's. Go and seo for your self. —The property of John Barae, 0:1 Penn Street, was sold on last Saturday tu David Korman at slls. —Phihp 11. Musser, who had been to Bellefonte for the last 3 weeks, has re tucned home to stay over winter. —Thomas Ilosterman offers the per sonal property of Samuel Mover, dee'd, for sale in Millheim, on the 23d, i list. —The most noted man of modern times have j üblicly attested to tlie val ue of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral as a cur e lor coughs ami colds. —About four bushes s of good nice turnips will be accepted on subscrip tion at the Journal office. Now don't all speak at once. —You need suits for the bmjs this fail, of course, the place of places to buy them is Lewin's Philadelphia Branch. —Bauland & Newman, of the great Combination Bee Hive Store, Bellefonte, are just now opening their immense stock of fall and winter goods. —After the sharp frosty nights with warm sunshiny da\ s of last week, that good shower ot Saturday night and Sunday was hailed with delight. • —The job work done in the Journal Office will compare well with any work done elsewhere and the prices are re markably low. Give us a call. —Mr. Daniel Musser, who was well known in thi3 valley, died at Boals burg on Friday morning of last week. Ili.s sicknes, we are informed, was erysipelas. —II. IT. Tomlinson, the grocer, erec ted an awning in front of his store, to j keep the rain and snow from his door this winter. A very nc-cessary improve ment. NOTICE.—Miss M. E. CROWNOV- Elt announces hereby, that she is open ing a dressmaking establishment at Centre Mills, and| solicits the patron age of the • public. 3t. —The Hancock poles in Rebersburg and Madisonburg that were to rais ed week before last, but had broken off, were successfully erected last Satur day. —Mr. Henry D. Foster, a distin guished citizen of Pennsylvania and congressman of his district for several terms, died at Irvins, Pennsylvania, on Sunday the 17th inst. Deceased was a resident of Westmoreland conu ; ty. * —The Democratic meeting at llos terman's sckoolhouse, in Haines town ship, last Friday evening, was a suc cess throughout. The speakers, Messrs. Iloy and Bower delivered very good addresses. The Farmers' Band was in attendance. -The JOURNAL BOOK AND STATION AT Y STORE has just re ceived a complete stock of SCHOOL BOOKS, COPYBOOKS, SLATES, PEN CILS, SCHOOL SATCHELS, and every thing belonging to a full outfit of a scholar. Also a large stock of CHALKS and INK. The finest assortment of Paper, Envelopes, Papeteries, Blankbooks, Family and Pocket Bibles, JPassbooks and Memorandas, a full and elegant lot of Notions and Fancy Goods. Call and examine the goods. MASS MEETING AT MIIMIM. Democrats Rally 1 There w ill be a large democratic massmeeting at Millheini, on next Wednesday afternoon. Hon. it. I*. Allen of Williauisport, T. C. Hip pie, Esq., of Lock Haven, lion. J. W. Parker of Lewistown and Ex- Gov. A. G. Curtin of -Bellefonte will address! (he meeting. Several bands are engaged to be hi atlen dancc. Turn out in full and hear the speeches. —For honest dealings go to Louis Doll's Pool A Shoe store, Bjllofonto. —Lewie's Philadelphia Branch Store, in Bellefonte lias the largest stock and the iullest assortment of clothing ever displayed in Centre county. Look at the large posters for the massmeeting, to come otV next Wed nesday afternoon and make up your mind to attend. —Don't overlook the new announce ment in the first local column. The Clash Store has the finest. Dost selec ted, largest and cheapest stock of goods in town. Don't fail to exam ine the same. —A cordial invitation to all who go to Bellefonte to call at the Farmers' Boot A Shoe Store of Louis Doll, Belle fonte. and see his large stock of Fall and Winter boots A shoos. You can not buy better or cheaper anywhere. Don't fail to try Doll. HOLD ON AND LISTEN!—J. Willis Musser is on the road again buying up Calves and Poultry, for which ho pays the very highest market price and the solid cash. This is an announcement worth your attention. tf —Mr. ,T. 11. Bover, of Aaronsburg moved to Boalsburg yesterday anil in tends to give that section of the county a thorough canvass with the White Sewing machine of which lie is sole agent in this country. —Our oyster saloons are in full blast and their illuminated signs throw an inviting light on the passers by. But the poor country editor has to be satisfied with the thought "how goo.l a dish of ovsters would be if lie had it," and then he smakes his lips and goes home a—contented man. Come to the mass meeting next Wednesday and bring as many along as you can. —Mr John F. Ilarter, tUo efficient leader of the Miilheim Cornet Han d, got a new Silver Pocket Cornet, the old one being entirely worn out. Now Ska ?</, you ought to come out once and lot us have some of the very best. It would certainly gratify those, by whose liberality the funds were fur nished for the new instrument. —Don't fail to be present at the democratic mass meeting in Mill lieim next Wednesday afternoon to hear the first-class addresses that will be delivered at that occasion. CHURCH DEDICATION.— On Nov. 21st, ISSO, the newly erected church east of Logansville, Sugar Valley, wiil be dedicated to the service of the tri une God. Bishop T. Bowman, has been engaged and will [conduct the services. Preachers and the public are cordially invited to be present ou the occasion. D. P. KLINE, Pastor. —J. J. Everett's Bee Hive Dry Goods store in Lock Haven Las opened its immense stock of Dry Goods for the fall trade of 18*0. This stock exceeds any former stock ever shown at the Bee Hive or any other store in this section of the state in quality, style and cheapness. J. J. Everett, the proprie tor i 3 one of the best business men in the stale ar.d employes a first-class set of clerks. Do not neglect to call there when you go to Lock Ilaven. See advertisement in another column. —Next Monday the schools in the borough will commence their winter tenn and parents should not neglect to have their children equipped with the necessary books and should see to it, that their attendance is regular and profitable. Especially would we call the attention of the parents to the dangerous consequences of permitting their boys and in many cases their girls from six to fourteen years of age to travel the streets at all hours of the ni'jht. Stop it—keep them at home in the family circle and let them employ their spare time usefully. Parents, fathers, mothers use all your influence to break down this fearful evil, that is surely drawing cur boys and girls to certain destruction. Do it and you will find that your boys and girls will be brighter children, better scholars and grow up usetul men and womeu in society. In the whole History of Medicine. No preperation has ever performed such marvelous cures, or maintained so wide a repu tation, as ATKR'SCHEIIRX PECTORAL, which is re cognized as the world's remedy for all diseases of the throat and lungs. Its long contained series of wonderful cures in all climates has made it universally known as a safe and relia ble agent to employ. Against ordinary colds, which arc the forerunners of more serious dis orders, it acts speedily and surely, always re lieving suffering, and often saving life. The protection it affords, by its timely use in throat and chest disorders, makes it an invaluable remedy to be kept always on hand in every home. No person can afford to be without it, and those who have, once used it never will From their knowledge of its composition and effects, physicians use the CHERRY PECTORAL tx'ensively in their practice, and clergymen recommend it. it is absolutely certain in its remedial effects, and will always euro where cures are possible. FOR >AU: MY ALL DEALERS. —Samuel Gram ley, Trustee will of fer at public sale Tuesday October 20th, next, one of the most valuable farms in Brush Valley. Tne farm contains 252 acres, of which over 100 is well timbered with oak, pine, hemlock and chestnut. Here is a rare chance for a profitable investment. News Miscellany. MAKING AWARDS.—The Masters in Chancery for the distribution of the Milton Relief Fund having heard all the claim ruts, are now busy taking up and reviewing the evidence in each case and making the awards. Geo. Botteiger and a man named McKinney, on the 6th inst., were hew ing timber, in West Perry township, Snyder county. Mo Kinney's axe slip ped from his bands and struck Bot teiger back of the ear killing him in stantly. THE AMERICAN UNION TKLE onArir COMRANY.—Is erecting a lino from the oil regions to Now \ork city. It is being built a long the P. A, E. to Driftwood, and from there will follow the A. Y. road to Red Bank. Four wires will be put up. A testing office will probably bo located at Drift wood. CUT IN TWO BY CAH WHEELS.— John M'Carthy, of JSt. Marys, a hrakeman oil the local between Marys and Kane, was instantly killed near Ridgway, on Wednesday morn ing. lie fell oil' the train between two cars, the wheels of the car passing over his body and cutting him in two. A GREAT APPLE YEAR. In 187$, when ?.pp!es were unusually plentiful, 333,000 barrels full were 3cnt abroad, but it is "calculated that this year no less than 500,000 barrels will be shipped to Europe, where the crop is said to be almost an entire failure. This of course gives American shippers an open market, and will result, as has been stated, in the shipment of half a million barrels of fruit. The prices re alized in Europe, too, are double what can l>o obtained here; so that it can readily be understood how important a part the European markets play in the fruit trade. A significant fealuie of the shipments is the fact that many of them are made from Montreal, where the freight rates are much low er than in New York chat money can be saved by sending American appies there to be shipped abroad. A Duel With Axes. WEI.DON, N. C., October 12.—Infer ination has just been received here of a most cold-blooded murder, committed in Northampton county, N. C., a few days since. Ransom Harris, aged 14 years.i and James Ingram, aged 10 years, both colored,went into the woods together to cut wood. While thus en gaged the two boys became involved in a quarrel, during which the younger threw an axe at Harris, bat missed his aim. Harris then threw his axe at In gram, striking him on the head and killing liim instantly. Harris was ar rested and brought before a Magistrate and sent on for murder. Joseph Green, an old German, fell from the stone bridge over Limestone creek, in Milton, the other night, and was injured so badly that he died in a short time. The place where lie fell over has been considered dangerous for some time, as part of the wall that ex tends above the roadway is broken down. Before he died Mr. Green de tailed how he happened to fall over the wall. lie was stopped by a stranger, who inquired the way to the post ollice. After giving him the desired informa tion Mr. Green, in turning around in the dark, fell. Several years .ago his wife fell down stairs and broke her neck. Joe Magee, a hunter, lives at Stcne liara, in the oil region. The other day he went to look for deer. lie had killed one, and was strolling along .slowly, when all at once he was startled and surprised at hearing something come tearing through the bushes towards him. lie had no time to calculate on what was coming, for, before he could raise his gun, a big buck jumped over some bushes and landed not ten leet away from him. The deer then saw the man for the first time, and endeav ored to turn his course. In doing so he stumbled and partially fell. Mr. Magee, who is a strong, active man, being too close to the animal to shoot, stabbed the barrel of his gun into his side, just back of his fore legs, and the deer fell dead almost instantly. Ma gee says he (lid not expect to kill the animal, and stabbed him with the gun more in self-defense ithan anything else. The rille barrel, being small, passed through the deer's skin and probably penetrated his heart. In all towns where a newspaper is published, every person WIKJ does a business should adyertise in it, even if it is nothing more than a card, stating the name and the business ho is jengag ed in. It helps to sustain the paper and lets the people at a distance know that the town is full of business peo ple who take a pride in their town, if not in the sentiment of the paper. No matter how small the businoss, an ad vertisement will always extend it. Show us a person who is a constant advertis er in liis local town, or county paper, and we will point you to a man of pub lic enterprise and spirit, and a town made up of such material will never be outstripped by neighboring rivals. Men of capital invest in it and help build it up. Do you never think how a new town is ouilt up? Never with out a well-filled newspaper. IIORHBKILLED BY A RATTLESNAKE —Jacob Brunt, of St: Augustine, Cambria county, lost a horae tho other day from a rattlesnake bite. Ho was driving to this city with u load of lumber, and in the vicinity ot tho Buckhorn, no encountered a large rat tlesnake in the ioad, but not obseiv imr it in tune to stop tho team. Tho snake in passing under tho, horses fas toned its fangs in the log of one of them, and subsequently disappeared in tho underbrush Ixd'ore it could bo killed. lie drove on to tho city tho horse giving no evidence of any serious injury, but on his return homo tho leg of the animal began to swell, and the horse soon dropped over dead. It was valued at slßo.— Tribune, 11K CHEERFUL.— Nothing Is calcu lated to disseminate as much pleasure and happiness in tho minds of those with whom wo aro associated as a cheerful disposition. Why should we be otherwise. There is no state into which adversity or ailliction can plunge us but what myriads of others can bo found In "a worse condition. That family is deserving of pity,- where do mestic customs eator more to a funer al scene than a scene of happiness. Let the bright side of the picture of life always be on exhibition and we will have but littlo to complain of. There are a multiplicity of good things continually crowding our pathway which if properly appreciated would afford sulllclent grounds to bo cheerful sseiug so much misery and distress all around us.— Tyrone Times. BLOCKADED BY SNOW. Provisions Sent to Imprisoned Railway Passengers—A Sever© Storm. MILWAUKEE, Wis., October 17. The wind stjrm winch prevailed here yesterday and last night was the se verest eyer known in this section and the barometer was never known to be so low. The wind was from the south, blowing between sixty and seventy miles an hour. A 'arge fleet of vessels sought this harbor for safety and rode out the gale in the bay. Dispatches from La Crosse say the storm along the Southern Minnesota ltailway was the severest known in .years. Passen gers and freight traius along the line were blockaded in snowdrifts from ten to twelve feet deep, aud teams with provisions have been dispatched to their relitf from several points. The train which left La Cro?se on Friday has not been heard from siuce leaving Fulda that night. All the cuts west of Fairmont aro filled with snow, packed hard. Reports of cattle, horses, etc., having perished are constantly re ceived, but no loss of human live has yet been reported. It is the worst storm ever known in Southern Minne sota and Eastern Dakota, and still raging. TIIE law prohibits the killing of night hawks, whippoorwills, sparrows, thrushes, robins, meadow larks, barn swallows, woodpeckers, cedar birds, orioles, blue or any other kind of in sectiverous birds, under a pcnilty of five dollars for each bird so killed. A SENSIBLE exchange says: "Fence board advertisements are well enough, but if you are desirous of purchasing an article it is easier aud more con venient to look through the columns of a newspaper to see who has it for sale than is to 4 hook up' a team and drive around the country reading fences." THE Ilollidaysburg Jieyistcr says that a short time ago a youug man at Roaring Spring, tried to remove waits on his hand by applying caustic. It produced erysipelas from which lie died, on Monday week. JUBOKS FOB NOVEMBER COURT. GRAND JURORS. Fred. Ifouser, Ben ner, John Snayd, Marlon, Fam'l Human, Button, W 11 Millar. Spring, James Martin, Walker, J T Johnston il'w d tp, 11. Dopp. Howard twp., George Miller, Gregg, Johns. Noll, Spring, B Will Horn, H'w'd tp. I VV. K. Hay ties. S. Shoe, Geo Gorman, oregg. Ilenry Swab, Harris, H 1 Lucat Howard hor Satn'l E. Mot/,, Haines, Thos Perdue. Henner Thomas Adams, Boggs, Win Bcehdol, Liberty, Joseph Smith, Gregg. J.I Harps'ei. Worth, W. W. Montgomery, George Dale, College, llellefonte, .A Montgomery, How'd Win. MeClellan, Rush,l township, TRAVERSE JURORS—FIRST WEEK. JII Breon, Millhelm, iJ G Meyers, Haines, George Behrer, Button, J Wagner Bellefonte J Jones Phllipsburg, .John w Conly Bolter E 1) Noll, Spring, t Daniel Kan® Walker 11 C Campbell Ferguson G Blackford Bellefonte Win Bilger Spring GeoHubler Miles Wm Hoover, Harris ChasC Adams Boggs John Foreman, Potter Peter Wian Snriug Isaac Los* 1 , Bellefonte, D Uurterwowl Union Charles Miller Gregg, J Heverlv Howard bore L W Mun' on Bh'psburg Joseph 1' lora Spring John T Dunk'.e, Walker iNathan Gorman Bonn C L Bufllngton Milesb'gi William Lohr Bolter Klias Lehibach Walker N 9 Bailey Bellelonte \V It Hennev Millhelm 11 B TatoiSpring G W Long Liberty J Alexander, Unionville M Gunsaulus s Shoe James s Moyer Beun Henry Lose Millhelm S Krumrine Miles J 1) Murray Potter J Murray Milesburg J W Krumrine Forg'n James Camion Worth H N Kreamer Millhelm C C Taylor Sprlug Peter II Bush, Union A A Kreamer llalues J B Leitzel. Gregg W II Philips Haines JBAi d, Ferguson lLaw Mclntire Bonner TRAVERSE JURORS—SECOND WEEK Benjamin Arney Potter Zara Welsh Curtin A J Swartz Sluing C Armbruster Gregg Wm Brlckley Marlon Jacob Bitner Gregg 1> P Ileekman Gregg Albert Bitner Liberty WII Derstine Bellerte J A Dorman Walker Era'l Noll Jr. lloggs jC P Cook Bellefonte John Lord Walker 'Oren Vail Rush Job W Packer Curtin I Noah Stover Penn Henry Miller Harris \V A Alexander Union W II Gardner Liberty J Weaver Jr. Harris David Deiong Curtin 1) B Baumgarduor Lty Jacob Yarnell Boggs John Davis Hai * II Armstrong Aeimer J J MeClure A OUte John Wirth Miles COWhippoWi* T 8 Winsluvv Liberty W H Bartholomew John Bailey Ferguson Wm Goodhart College F.S Doi worth Bellel'te John McCoy Jr Pot William Butler Boggs TJ Duhkle Rush DIED. On the 15th inst., at Boalsburg, of erysipelas, Mr. Daniel Musser, aged 66 years. j\IA.RRIED. On the 21st Inst., in the St. John's English Lutheran Church, Lock Haven, Pa., liev. Charles Schr.uie of Laurelton. Pa., to Mies May E. Delia-', of Beech Creek, Pa, Mlllliolm Market. Corrected every Wednesday by (iephart & Musscr. Wheat N'o. 1 W Wheat No. 2 Corn K •' > nats Wldtc Outs, Itluek ; SO It uck wheat : 50 Clour ,r > W Bran A .Shorts,pet ton 20.00 Salt, per Itrl 2.00 Cluster, ground 10.00 Cement, per Bushel 45 to 60 Barley 50 Tyinotlivsecd Flaxseen CloverseetL 6-00 llutter 20 Wains 10 Hides 7 Veal Pork Heel I S Pwt&toes Lard 7 Tallow Soap 6 Dried Apples Dried Peaches Dried Cherries COAL MARKET. EKK Coal $5.60 Stove " 5.75 Chestnut " 5.40 Pea ' s.BO P. (IKI'IIAKT D. A. MISSLR GEPHART & MUSSER DEALERS IN Grain. Cloverseed, FlOur & Feed. Coal, Plaster & Sail MILLIIEIM, PA Highest market price paid for all kinds of GKR,.AT;£T Delivered either at the liKICK MILL or at the old MUSSKIt MILL, in MILLIIEIM. COAL, PLASTER & SALT Always on hand and sold at uricws that defy competition. A share of the public patronage respectfully sdlcited. 3y-Iy MMm, Doors, Shut- I es Saeli, £HI b Yellow Pine W i n d o w Flooring con- F rain es, jr-ft r-2 stantly kept and Mould- on li an d. ings, made to With thanks order on for past fa short notice " vors lie solic aiul in the Bps lits a con ti - best ossible uence of the manner _ _ same zaKmarananß MILLELEIM, TRVIN HOUSE, JL (Most Central Hotel in the City,) COR. MAIN AND JAY ST., Lock Haven, Pa., S.WOODS OA LD WELL, PROPRIETOR Coo (l sample Rooms for Commercial Traveler on first floor. $ Outfit sent free to those who wish to f<^engage |n the most pleasant and proflt- fable buslin-ss known. Even, thing new. Capital not required. Wo will furnish you everything. $lO a day and upward Is easily rnnde without staying away f"'mi home overnight. No risk whatever. Many new work ers wanted at once. Many are making fortunes at the business. Dalies make as much as men, and young boys and girls make groat pay. No one who is willing to work fails to niaae more money every day than can be made in-n week at any ordinary employment. Those who engage at once will find a short road to fortune. Ad dress IJ. HALLET & Co., Portland, Maine. PENSIONS! BOUNTY. PAY FOR RATIONS', NEW AND HONORA BI.E DISCHAIIORS, AND INCREASED TENSIONS ob tained.—New laws, higher rates of pension The slightest disability, from wound, injury o disease of any kind entitles you to a pension Widows and heirs, fathers and mothers are now ent i: led. Land cases promptly settled. Patents obtain ed. All kinds of government claims , rosecuted Write at once for new laws, blanks and in structions, with two stamp'. Address, J. \Y. FLKNNFR & t'O., Lock Box Jli, Washington, 1. C. s<• furnished free, with full in g a Msti uetions for conducting ibe most H profitable business that any one can v engage in. The business is so easy to learn, and our instructions are so simple and plain, that any one can make great profits from the very start. No one can fall who's willing to work. Women are as success ful as men. Boys and girls can earn large sums. Many have made at the business over one hun dred dollars in a single week. Nothing like it ever known lie fore. All who engage are sur prised at the ease and rapidity with which they are able to make money. You can engage in this business during your spare tune at great profit. You do not have to invest capital in it, \Ve take all the risk. Those who need ready money, should write to us at once. All furnish ed free. Address TKUB & Co., Augusta, Maine PENSIONS. EVERY SOLDIER disabled in line of duty by wound, disease, or injury, is entitled to pension. PENSIONS INCREASED.—Many are draw ing less than entitled to.—Thousands of Heirs entitled to Pension and Bounty. REJECTED CASKS re-opened. ABANDONED CASES finished.—Copies of Lost Discharges obtained. —Claims of every de scription prosecuted.— PATENTS PROCURED. Address with stamp, 11. S. BERLIN & CO., Attorneys, 33-Gin Box 592. WASHINGTON, D. C and how to obtain them. Pamphlet free, upon receipt of Stamp for poet age. Address— GILMORE, SMITH & CO. Solicitors of Patents, Rear Patent Office, ITashington, D. CL rnru 0 A HITDT D Ol of two of the best articles rttLJCi fIAMrLLO ever sold bv agents to eve ry one who answers this within sixty days. Atucrieau Mauu !'g Co , 25-Jm • City Mills, Massachusetts. jggfl WAWJIL This mammoth Dry Grods IFouso is inw opening its SECOND IMMENSE STOCK of For the Fall. Trade of 1030. Which in quality, tylo and cheapness exceeds any former stock ever shown at the I Joe Hive or any other shire in this section of the State. •20,000 Yards of f>n*ss Goods comprising almost every conceivable style and class. Splendid all wil l>lack Csshmw <nly 35 cents a yard. 50n yards all \veol <'lottj at '-su;s, \\ irth 1000 yards Twtiled Caw hum re- only 12 1-2 cents, worth 1H c u nts. The largest stock of Black Silk s. Colored sjiks. Silk Velvets, jyrl Fancy Trimming Goodl ever show n in any slot • titiß side of Philadelphia. 2-'.WO yards ol Calicoes and Ma -iins wiiicu wo sell cheaper than any store will sell them. •2tci yards gd dark Cahco at 1 cents at ard. lot to yards.good yard wide, ntuslltt, li avy, at G 1 I cents. 20"to yards best Brown Muslin m ule at S c-.tts a yard. 1500 yards pood Canton Flannel at 7 cents a yard. 2'KXi yards Bleached Muslin, cheaper than it ft tg b-en sold for years. Wonderful Bargains in Table Linen- - , Towels and Napkins. An immense stock. The Larg' st stock of Hosiery Hud (}loves ever shown in this e.t v . 300 pairs Misses' llose at 25 cents which would b • cheap at .50 < ~uts. An nutnense stock of Embroideries Laces, Kid 'How. Lisle Thread Gloves, Ribbons, &e. 1i0 DMlies'Coats and I>olmaus. entirely new design ; hcaatifnl good aui wonderfully cheap. Blankets and Flannels; an immense stock at less than prices of one year ago. Carpets and oilcloths. Have reclved an entire new stock of tlj -e go Is which we arc offering verp cheap. A. good and handsome Ingrain carpet for £5 cents a yard. Great bargains in Jieady made Haps and Cotton Butts. The reliability f flic goods and the manner of our dolus business at the Bee Hive have become so well established that <>.!r trade bis woa lerfitllv iner-as-'d in lk it. an I lias grown to be immense, which lias stimulated us t . b ivju larger >' ck this fall th tti ever before in the his tory of this popular Dry Goods House, besid -s having tu ;en sjieeial pains in selecting some of the choicest and most fashionable goo Is to be found In the Eastern Murkets, so as to supply ail the wants of oar constantly grow lug trade. Remember the place: The Great Bee Hive Dry goods House! Go MAIN ST., LOCK HA YEN, PA. J. J. EVERETT, Proprietor. Orders by mail will receive prompt and careful attention. UNPARALLELED SUCCESS - -4 OF Tins mteSewMaioe N THE THIRD YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE, ITS SALES AMOUNT TO 54,353 Machines. NO OTHER MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH A RECORD OF POPULARITY. Zt is the Llsfttest-ZtoiXLin?, Easiest SsZliaff, anl Cost S&tisfTlss SZac&l&a IN THE WORLD. Agents Traatel. Vox tvl&rss? Whits Sawing Hachina Co., cs.f;v£CArve). e JOHN S. FISHES, Manufacturer of . |23 V ! CO o gipsy rog O <S AT M t3d nPlil m LJjJ C 5 4 rt SSL#/ g W § S5 ®K mH K? m "gtspf^ OS - REBERSBURG, PENNA. Every wagon built of first- stock and by expert mechanics. All work warranted, Re pairing promptly attended to. The public pa tronage is respectfully solicited. 3 ( .t-ly tFor His StylT's nEer, We will send it to your Do. pot to be examined before you pay for it. If it is not as represented it can be return ed at our expense. Send a postal card illustrated jl7 N. Tenth t>t.. Pliiiada., Pa j 28 311 q I- HJ I y If 3 i_d - 3 ® £ M I £ jjp2 cs £ *■" ?"j22Si3 ?! aa ||i m 1| R I ||l CC gs ha * 3. - * O SBP £ I (/) p HI H tlfiiF H 5 " :e * 1 H fc * H :l mfc o C£ p P a? A Edwin ,1 Deshler. J Jordan Deshlor JJESLILER & SOJs, PiiYsiciAxs & SURGEONS, Aarousburg, p a - Calls promptly answered.. a a night JOHN H. GRAY, Fashionable Barber. T %vo doors west of Millheira Hotel, ' MILLHEIM, PA. JJR .D H. MINGLE, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Main Street, Millheim, Pa HvS™ S B*, Yourselves by making money SN B By when a golden chance is offered, tec feisw 3 "b'rcby always keeping po/erty from your door. Those who al ways take advantage of the good chances for making money that are offered, generally be come wealthy, while these who do not improve such chances remain in poverty. We want ma ny men. women, boys and girls to work for us ' right in their own localities. The business will 1 nay more than ten times ordinary wages. We furnish an expensive outfit audall that you need, \ ; free. No one who engages fails to make money 1 very ifipidly. You can devote vour whole linn ■ ;to the work, or only your spare moments. Full • i information and all that is needed smit free. Yd i dress Su>&os & Co., Portland. Maine.