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THURSDAY, AUGUST 24., 1882.
I* I' Bl ' t , 1 ~. a ' tvt -—
DEIIUNGEB BUMILLEB,
Editors and Proprietors.
Local Department.
—Butter 24, eggs, 22, at Bpiglemy
er's. Bring it In.
—A good town property at private
•ale. Inquire at this office. tf.
—Ground was broken on Saturday
for the new Evangelical church at Co
burn. Hope the work will proceed.
—Mr. J. A. Llmbert again has
charge of the Coburn, Millheim and
Woodward stage route.
—Spiglemyer sells all kinds of goods
at 10 per cent below cost. Call and see
how it is yourself.
—The editor is absent from home,
attending the sessions of the Northern
Conference of Central Pa. Synod, at
n&rtleton.
—A fine line of Family and Presen
tation Bibles, Photograph and Auto
graph Albums, One Stationary, Ac,
just received at the Journal Store.
—Our merchants and business men
are discovering—even if f little late—
that there is magic in printer's ink.
Come along gentlemen, we can serve
you all.
—Mr. Adam Jordan, residing near
Snook's mill lost a valuable horse hist
week. Tbe animal took sick in the
team, while hauling bark and died
within an hour.
—Rev. T. J. Frederick, of Pine
Grove charge, near Sunbury, has been
obliged to resign on account of failing
health. Mr. Frederick has the sympa
thies of many friends and acquaintan
ces here.
—Don't overlook the advertisement
of C. A. Sturgis' Jewelry Store. Char
ley understands Die Watch and Jewel
ry business thoroughly ai d you can
fbel sure in going there that you will
be fairly and squarely dealt witb. Go
and see the really fine stock on hand.
HEAVY LOAD.— Gust Deininger
hauled a load of marble from Coburn
to Millheim the other day, weighing
pound, with one norse. •'Posey,"
the noble animal which drew the load,
Is of the African race, female persua
sion.
$lO REWARD,—I will pay a reward
of ten dollars to the person, to whom I
gave two new fly nets, to deliver to W.
L. Musser, and who will certify that
be did deliver the same to said W. L.
Musser R. V. SIIAFER.
St Late of Howard Pa.
TAX NOTICE.— AII persons owing
state and couoty taxes on my duplicate
are hereby requested to pay the same
without delay, otherwise costs will en-
SUOi
WM. KERSTETTER,
Collector for 1880.
CAUTION.— AII persons are hereby
cautioned to desist from bathing or
swimming on our pr emises on Sunday,
orfrom tampering witb the pleasureboat
or the lock attached to it at any time.
A disregard of this notice will result
in prosecution at law.
D. A. MUSSER,
F. FIERCE MUSSER.
Aug. 24th, 1882 2t
NOTICE.—AiI persons knowing
themselves indebted to the estate of
Jonathan Philips, de erased, on vendue
or other notes are hereby requested to
make payment without delay. The
property of the estate is now all sold
and the executors de3ire to settle up.
2t Executors.
!■ renters and Patentees.
should send for instructions, reason
able terms, references, &c., to Ed son-
Brothers, Solicitors of Patents, Wash
l.igton, D. C. who furnish the same
without charge. Edson Brothers is a
well known and successful firm of large
experience, having been established iu
1860. tf
—Friday will be a big day for Rebers
burg, or rather Kreamersyille, near by.
Gov. Curtin, Gen. Beaver, Senator
Alexander, and no doubt other noted
men will be there. Quite a number of
our citizens, together with our justly
celebrated cornet baud will also go.
Hope they may all enjoy themselves to
the fullest extent.
NOTlCE.—Subscribers to the Luth
eran church at Millbeim who have not
paid their subscriptions ate most kind
ly requested to do so. The amounts
are long overdue and the money is
much needed. Friends help us along.
JOUN TOMLINSON,
JONATHAN HARTER,
B. O. DEININGER,
Finance Committee.
Read, Mark and Learn!
That a fine, enclosed Picnic Ground,
with every convenience, Swings, Cro
quet Ground, Quoits, Pavillion, and a
Fine Spring of pure water with plenty
of shade, has now been completed at
Spring Mills. Societies, Clubs, Lodges
and all respectable parties will be ac
commodated on reasonable terms.
Carriages and tickets to the celebrated
Penn Caves at moderate rates. Ad
dress
GGO. B. HASH,
3m Spring Mills House.
—Appleton A muslin, B|cta per
yard at Spiglemyer's.
ACCIDENT.—On Wednesday Mr.
John Klinefelter, while painting at the
outside of the new church, had the ac
cident to fall from the scaffold, about
eight feet from the ground. The poles
were set in small excavations in a
slanting position, and the ground had
become loosened by tbe rain, which
caused them to slip from their position
and the scaffold to fall.
Mr. K. was considerably bruised but
not dangerously hurt.
"Applicants roust be punctual,
and should enter the flrst'class at which
they are preseut, which ought to be
in the district in which they Intend to
teach."
That's the wav Prof. Wolf puts it in
his notice of teachers' extminations—
and the few words mean a great deal.
They mean that he will discountenance
the usual practice of many applicants
for ceriifieates, of attending a number
of examinations just to get the hang of
the thing—the general run of the ques
tions, before they enter a class to be
examined themselves. This may seem
a trifle harsh, and yet we are not sure
but that it is entirely fair. However
that may be we know one chap who is
happy that he is out of the profession
and out of the bothersome examina
tions.
Centre County Teaohera' Examln'
ation For 1882.
Philipsburg and Hush—Phillpsburg,
Tuesd., Aug. 22.
Taylor—Hannah Furnace, Wednesday
Aug. 23.
Worth—Port Matilda, Thursday, Aug.
24.
Huston—Julian Furnace, Friday,
August 25.
Unionville and Union— -UDionville Sat
urday, Angnst 26
Milesburg and Boggs—Miiesburg,
Monday, August 28.
Snowshoe and Burnside—Snowshoe,
Tuesd iv, August 29
Liberty—Eagleyille, Wednesday, Aug
gust 30.
Howard and Curtin -Howard, Thur
day August M.
Walker and Marion—llublersbug,
Friday, September 1.
Benner and Spring—Mt. Pleasant,
Monday, September 4.
Pattou—Waddle'sSchool House, Tues
day, September. 5.
H&lfmoon—Stormstowo, Wednesday,
September, 6.
College—Lemont, Thursday, Septem
ber. 7.
Ferguson—Pine Grove, Friday, Sept
ember 8.
Harris—Boalsburg, Saturday, Septem
ber, 9.
Haines—Aaronsburg, Monday, Sept
ember, 11.
Penn and Millheim Millheim, Tues
day. September, 12.
Miles—Rebersburg, Wednesday, Sept
ember, 13.
Potter—Centre Hall, Thursday, Sept
ember 14.
Gregg—Spring Mills, Friday, Septem
ber, 15.
Examinations begin at 9 A. M. Ap
plicants must be punctual, and should
enter the first cluss at which they are
present, which ought to be in the dis
trict iu which they intend to teach.
Each applicant is requested to band me
a card with name, age and address , be
fore the examination begins. The Sec
retary of each Board should be pres
ent in time to make outa list of appli-,
cants.
D. M. WOLF,
County Supt.
I.lst of Jarora
The following is the list of jurors for
August court, which is to continue but
one week:
GR&XD JCBOHA.
M Viedcffer, Bnrnslde IMIIHII Struble, Walker
Jacob G Breon. Penn. O Underwood, UDion, i
J C Goheen Ferguson, H C Klce, Ku*h.
Win Dawson. Snnug. SI. Gray, l'atton.
N Reeding, Bellefoiite. William Wolf, Spring.
James Carson, Benner. John Gingery, Huston.
John Stover, Walker. W K Keen, penn.
Charles Sellers,'Coilege. W I) Smith, Unionvllle.
Jacob Spangler, Worth. II D Brisblu. Potter.
C B McConnick, Ferg'n Jonathan Hess. Ferg.n.
H L Bamhart, Bngirs.. M B Richards, Potter.
Christ Uoltcr, Liberty. D B Kuues, Liberty.
TRWKRSB ICKORS.
D W Shivery Ferguson Sol S Peck, Walker.
J Garbnck, Jr.. Marion P W Rarnhart, Boggs.
8 D Tobias, Millbeim. John Brachblll, B.t'e.
William Bright, llalnes'Henry Dale, College.
LutherSwartz. WalkeriHenry Beck, Spring.
Hugh Glenn, Huston. 'Jacob Rrumgart, J Miles
N H Williams, Huston. J I Thomson. College.
John W Smith. Howard S A Marshall, Benner.
B F Yearick, Ferguson Patrick Dooley, B'f'e.
GW Stover, Milllielra, TGunsaulus.SnowShoe
John Walter, Boggs John Robb, Ferguson.
Robert Beirlv, Hoggs. IA P Stephens, Worth.
A Laportc, Ferguson. H J Tavlor, Spring.
Thomas Suyder.Liberty Adain Yetrlck. BTe.
Aaron Leitzell, Miles. Jacob Breon, Potter.
M S Fiedler, Hal lies. >I As per Bruragart. Miles
E Schroyer, Boggs. Adam Stover, Haines.
W II Smith, Uuionvtlle. D G Wyche. Rush.
John Dun Lap, Benner. D H Rote. Haines.
James M Ross. Harris. Toner Noll, Spring,
John Spangler, Potter. Theo Oorden, B'f'e.
C W Hartinan Millheim Isaac Stover, Spring.
Calvin Osman, Harris. G S Gaay. Half Moon.
Absal'm Musser Haines E C Woods, Spring.
The Farmers* Friend.
Published At South Bend, Indiana. Ter ms
only fifty cents a year. Circulation 33,000. The
largest and best agricultural paper in the coun
try. Eight large pages. 48 columns, few adver
tisements and almost double the reading mat
ter given by the $1.50 and %2 agricultural papers
but we seud It to you for 50 cents a year. Pre
miums to every subscriber, premiums to clnb
raisers and 232 splendid presents given them In
addition, consisting of a $470 New Blrdsell Clo
ver lluller, complete, including recleanlng at
tatclmient, which cleans the seed as threshed;
a s6o Cassaday Sulky Plow: a $65 Studebuker
Farm Wagon: Oliver Chilled Plows, Sewing
Machine, Silverware, etc. Some of the depart
ments of the Ftrmers' Friend are "Farm Top
ics," "The Orchard," "Live Stock." ••The Poul.
try Yard," " Home and Health," "Domestic E
conomy, "Young Folks," "The Puzzler,"
"The Story Teller,'""The Funny Place," "Sun-,
day Reading," "The Clover Leaf," "The Apia
ry, "Letter Basket," "Various Topics," "Cor
respondence," "Hints for the Season," "World's
Record," etc. Practical farmers aud the best
writers contribute to it. Agents make money
canvassing for it. Any subscriber authorized
to actas agent. Send 50cents for a year's sub
scription, or write your name and those of your
neighbors on a postal card for free sample
copies md our Illustrated Premium List. Ad
dress, Farmers' Friend Pub. Co., South Bend,
lod.
News Miscellany.
Pennsylvania has a colored vote of a*
bout 24,000.
The huckleberry trade of Scrantou
will amount to about $60,000 this year.
The Allentowu silk factory employs
500 bands.
The criminal court of Berks county,
now in session, opened with one hun
dred and ninety-five suits on the dock
et. This is a good showing for old
Berks.
Advices from Washington state that
the White House will be thoroughly
renovated, repaired and cleansed. It
would be better for the health of the
health of the country If the official in
mates would undergo the same pro
cess.
A Jefferson county man killed thirty
rattlesnakes and claims the champion
ship.
j The sou of a Louisville merchant
was ten years ago taught to drink by a
lady moving in good society. The
young man went to a drunkard's grave
and the father never meets the lady on
the street without showeriug curses
and abuse upon her.
EMERY J. GARFIELD, a cousin of
the late President, kissed his wife on
tbe morning of Aug utt 1. and disap
peared from his home in Cincinnati.
Since then he has not been heard from
and his friends are alarmed lest barm
should have befallen him.
Baptised at 113 Tears.
We learn that at the baptizing on
last Sunday of the old lady, Mrs. But
ler, of Marion couuty, Ga„ aged 112
years, an immense crowd witnessed the
ceremonies. The aged communicant
was carried to the water and baptised
in a chair.
Washington's Oak Destroyed.
WASHINGTON, August 15.—A gi
gantic oak at Mount Vernon, which
has always been known as "Washing
ton's Oak," was destroyed by a stroke
of lightning a few days ago. The tree
had many associations and gained its
name from the fact that tho Presi
dent's favorite resting place after the
heat and labors of the day was beueath
Ist grateful shade.
A Clock With Satin in it.
Superstitious people on tbe Sooth
Side have their fill in the way of a mild
sensation just at present. A clock
owned by James Colby, 566 Third ave
uue, stopped running the very minute
that Guiteau was hanged, June 30, and
all subsequent efforts to sot the ma
chinery going have proven fruitless.
The clock is of the very best make, is
iu good order and experts pronounce
it in as good shape to run as auy clock
in the city. Mr. Colby announces his
belief that some unearthly power is
controlling the clock and that no hu
man agency can start it. In this opin
ion a goodly number of superstitious
people join.
Death of Senator Hill.
ATLANTA, Ga„ August 16.— About
two o'clock this morning Senator Hill
was found to be rapidly sinking. He
breathed with much difficulty. He
continued to sleep, however, and at a
few minutes after six o'clock his death
occurred without a struggle. His age
is 59 years.
Mr. Hill was one of the best and
purest public men in the couutry. He
was elected to the United States sen
ate in 1877 where he distinguished
himself iu debate, and by his con vet sa
tion and ability. He was an eloquent
orator and one of the ablest and most
successful lawyers in the southern
states.
THE CHEAPEST CAMPAIGN PA
PER IN THE STATE.
The DAILY PATRIOT will be sent to
single subscribers until the tenth of
November next, at the rate of $1.25
per copy!; to clubs of flye and up
wards at the rate of SI.OO per copy.
The WEEKLY PATRIOT will be sent
until tiie week after the election at
the following rates; Single copy, 40
cents; club of five 35 cents per copy;
club of teD 30 cents per copy ; club
of twenty 25 cents per copy ; club of
fifty 20 cents per copy.
The campaign will be exceedingly
interesting, and every citizen should be
posted on its issues and events. Send
in your orders. Address
PATRIOT PUBLISHING CO..
Harrisburg. Pa.
= DIED.
On the 6th Inst., at Piue Grove Mills, Miss
Fanny Murphy, aged 25 years.
On the Bth Inst., In Ferguson township, Mr.
Abraham Craine, aged 78 years.
On the sth Inst, in Ferguson township, Mr.
Benjamin Brouse, aged 81 years.
On the 17th Inst., In Millheim, after a long 111-
ness, Mrs. Mary Mark, wife of George Mark,
deceased, aged6s years, 8 months and 22 days.
On the 16th Inst., at his residence in Miles
township, Mr. Adam Stover, aged 72 years.
In the death of father Stover the family lo°t
a kind and affectionate husband and rather,
the church a useful member ami the communi
ty a good, honest and conscientious citizen.
His burial took place on Friday the IHtn, a
mldst a large concourse of relatives and
friends.
Hit birth, marriage, death, all took jtace on
the same day of the year, Aug. 16ih.
Mlllhfim Market.
Corrected every Wednesday by Gephart
& Musser.
Wheat, old. 1.00
" now, No. 1 95
'• No. 2 K
Corn 90
Rye 90
nats White 65
Buckwheat
Flour 5.50
Bran & Shorts,pel ton 25 00
Salt, per Brl 1.75
Plaster, ground 9.00
Cement, per Bushel 4$ to 50
Barley 75
Tyrnothy seed 2.50
Flaxseed
Clover.seed
Butter 22
Hams 16
Sides 13
Veal
Pork
Beef
Krks 18
Potatoes 50
Lard........ 13
Tallow
Soap 6
Dried Apples 6
Dried Peaches
Dried Cherries
COAL MARKET AT COBURN.
Egg Coal $5.00
Stove " 5.20
Chestnut 4.80
Pea 3.50
Pea by the car load 3.20
I per ton additional when deliverod
LcwisbiM and Tyrone Railroad Time
Table.
LEAVE WESTWARD.
1 t 9 7 9
A. M. A. M. r. M. P. M. P. M
Montandon 705 9.40 2.uft 6.00 7.55
Lewlsburg 7.25 10 05 2.20
Fair Ground 790 10.13 2.2 ft
IMehl 7.40 10.27 2.3 ft
Vicksburg -7.45 10.30 2.10
Mifllluburg lUfcrllJO ar 2.55
Ic. 3 oft
Mlllinont U-&22 3.23
Laurel ton 5.3.3 3.40
Wlker Kuu A57 4.06
Cherry Hun .9.15 4,23
Fowler o.3ft 4.17
Coburn 9.48 6.00
Spring Mills ar lo.lft ar.5.30
LEAVE EASTWARD.
4 0 8 10
A. M. P. X.
Spring Mi 115..... 5.50 1.50
Cuburn............ ClB 2.20
Fowler 6.28 2.33
Cherry Run..... 6.48 2.5 ft
Wlker Run....- 7.05 3.15
Luurclton ..... - 7.30 3.40
M111inunt......... 7.40 3.52
A. M.
Mlftiluburg 8.00 11.45 4.15
P. M.
Vioksburg 615 12.10 4.32
Riehl 8.20 12.17 4.38
Fair Giound.... A. M. 8.30 12.33 448 P.M.
Lewlsburg 6.35 8.45 12.60 510 7.30
Montandon ar. 6.4ftar.9.00ar l,Oftar.s,2uar 7.40
No*. 1 and 2 connect at Montandon with Erie
Mall West; 3 and 4 with Sea Shore Express
Hast; 6 and 6 with Day Kxpresa and Niagara
Express West; 7 and 8 with Fast Line West: 9
and 10 with Wllllauisport Accommodation
East.
Official Announcement.
tone of Time onThila. & Erie R. R.
JUNE 6, 1882.
Sen Shore for press leaves Montandon at 9.07
A. M., stopping at Intermediate station*, ar.
riving At IlarrTsburg 11.40 A. M., Philadelphia
3JO P. M., New York 6 2ft P. M., making close
connection at Philadelphia for all sea shore
points.
Dav Express leaves Montandon at 1.30 P. M.,
stopping at principal stations, arriving at liar
rbburg 3.5 ft P. M.. Philadelphia 7.35 P.M.. New
York 10.35 P. M., Baltimore 7.30 P. M., Wash-
Ington 8.47 P. M. Parlor Car through to Phil
adelphla.
Wiltiamsport Accommodation leaves Mon
tandou at 7.48 P. M, stoop ng at Intermediate
stations, arriving at llarrlsburg 10.25, Philadel
phia 2.5 ft A. M . New York d.I.VA. M. Sleeping
car accommodations can be secured on this
train at Harrlsburg tor Philadelphia and New
York. Philadelphia passengers can remain In
sleeper undisturbed uutil 7 A. M.
Erie Mail and Fast Hue East will be consoli
dated Into one train, leaving Montandon at 1.39
A. M., stopping at principal stations, arriving
at liarrislnirg 4.05 A. M., Philadelphia 7 20 A.
M„ New York 10.25 A. M. t Baltimore 7.40 A. M.
Washington 9.02 A. M. 1 hrough sleeping cars
will be run on this train to Philadelphia, Haiti
more and Washington.
WESTWARD.
Eric Mail loaves Montandon ut 6.52 A. M.,
for Erie and Intermediate points, Cauandalguu
and Intermediate points
Xiagara Exprtu leaves Montandon at 2.00
P. M.. for Kane and Intermediate points, Can -
aiulalgua and intermediate point.- 1 .
Eist Line leaves Montandon at 5/>0 P. M.,
for Lock Haven and intermediate points, Wat
kins and Intermediate points.
The Keystone Cultivator.
A Coibiiieil Corn and Fellow Worker.
Every Farmer Should Have Oae.
It is CHEAP, DURABLE and
ECONOMIZES TIME.
Agents and Dealers solicited everywhere.
WRITK US FOR EXPLANATORY CIRCU
LARS, PRICKS AND TKRMB.
Manufactured by
S.K.SANKEY&CO.
33-4t . MILLHEIM, PA.
"TIME IS MONEY!"
C. A. Sturgis' Jewelry Store
keeps a full line of
Watches, Clocks, Necklaces,
Watch Chains, Cuff Ac Collar But
tons , Rings, Plated Castors,
Spoons, Knives and Forks, Gold
Penns and Holders,
ALL AT TUB LOWEST PRICK.
All repair work guaranteed. Every watch
registered when brought to the store. The
public's patronage respectfully solicited.
C. A. STIIRtiIS, Proprietor.
P. 11. NITSSF.R, Ascent. 31-ly
MILLHEIM
MARBLE WORKS,
St m itsscr,
Proprietors.
THE OLD, RELI
ABLE PLAGE.
30 DAYS'TRIAL FREE!
We send free on 30 days' trial
DP. DYE'S ELECTRO-VOLTAIC BELTS
And other ELECTRIC APPLIANCES TnMKN suffer
ing from NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST VITALITY and
KINDRED TROUBLES Also for RHEUMATISM,
LIVER and KIDNEY TROUBLES, and many other
diseases. Speedy cures guaranteed. Illustrated
Pamphlet, free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT (JO., Itarsliall, Mich-
J-JR.J. W. ST AM
Is now permanontly located at
Millheim,
and will give prompt Attention to all medical
calls at his office on
Main Street.
Try DR. ST AX'S spacinc PILK MIDIOIKR-H
gives Instaut relief.
P. ecriiAKT D. aTmIBSKB
GEPHART & HDSSER
DEAI.EKH IN
Clover
Flour. &
Feed.
Coal,
Plaster
& Salt
MILLHEIM PA.
Ilighest market price paid for all kinds of
Q-IR-AJUST,
Delivered either at the BRICK MILL or at the
old MUSSER MILL, lu MILLHEIM.
GOAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy
coin petition.
A share of the public patronage respectfully
solicited. 39-1 y
POTTERY
Millheim, Centre Co., Penns.
ULRICH & CO.,
PROPRIETORS,
would most respectfully inform the public that
they are now prepared to manufacture every
thing iu their line of first class quality. They
have fouud a superior kind of clay aod will
constantly keep ou hand a full line of
CROCKERY, BREAD & PIE
DISHES, PLAIN & FANCY FLOW
ER POTS, STOVE COLLARS, <ssc.
ysliopiug to merit the confidence of the public
qj furnishing the beat grade of ware they would
epectfully solicit u share of its patronage, ly
I SLATE! |
Tlio celebrated Washington Vein/of
ROOFING SLATES
for Roofs. Ac., from the famous SLATE QUAR
RIES or SLATINTON, LEHIGH CO., PKNNA.
Can Now Be Bought
AT THK MOST REASONABLE RATES
of the undersigned who is a practical Slate
Roofer of many years experience Those in
waut of Slate and Koofiug done can secure It
At The Lowest Rates.
outbuildings re-roofed at'the lowest rntea,
without the assistance of other mechanics. For
prices and terms call on or write to the under
signed at H. K. WHITMAN S RESIDENCE,
Broadway Street, near P. it K. Depot,
MILTON, PA.
DUAN NBFF, Agent.
g&MMEBSEmm
QPRINO MILLS HOUSE,
SPRING MILLS, CENTRE COUNTY, PA.,
TKKMIKUS or THE
LKWISBUKG Si 1 YRONE R. R.
AND SIX MILKS FROM MILLHEIM.
This is a new house and newly furnished
with everything tending to comfort and con
tvnfcncs of guests. The air is invigorating and
perfectly free from malaria, and jxirtlcularty
favorable for the restoration to health of persons
afflicted %cith Pulmonary complaints, Malarial
disorders and Hay Fever. Near by the ecle.
brated Peun Caves, surpassing anything of tlie
kind known—sailing miles under ground—and
Inspecting halls of great wonder of gone by
ages. Carriages to the cave daily. The table
Is plentifully supplied with meats, milk and
fresh vegetables and fruits In seas >n, healthful
ly prejKired and;, tastefully served. Good stabling
accom mentations.
POPULAR PRICES:
Per day. (less than a week,) $ 2 00
Per week, (less than a month) .. 6 on
Per month jiO 00
All nqulry as to Rooms and Board will be
promptly answered.
GEO. B. NASH, Manager.
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE I RETAIL GROCERS,
keep the largest stock in the city.
143 MAIN STREET,
LOCK HAVEN.
GO TO
SIMON BROTHERS,
THE BOSS CLOTHIERS
for your Clothing.
46 MAIN STREET,
LOCK HAVEN.
B. HARRIS,
224 Market St.,
LEWISBI7RG.
HAVE NO COMPETITORS.
Our first instalments of New Spring Goods nro sold out, compellin to
make a Second Trip to the Eastern Cities, which goods will
Arrive daring this week.
Space will not admit what Bargains we have got. Sufficient t say,
with our increased business facilities our patrons will lway find
the Largest and Best Assortment of
MLLINARY GOODS I
i/ats, Bonnets, trimmed and untrimmcd, Feathers, Flowers, Silks, Sat b,
Hibbon in all New Shades, Laccs, Embroideries Dress Trimmings
in endless variety i/osiery, Gloves and Corsets Ladies and Chil
dren'sJShoes, Looking Glasses and
New Goods received every day
THROUGHOUT THE SEASON.
A Simple Fact—We can't be Undersold.
B. HARRIS,
224 Market St., Lewisburg, Pa.
IT WILL PAY YOU
TO VISIT
J. R, Smith & Go's
MAMMOTH SUPPLY DEPOT,
NOS. 113 & 114 FRON7 STK,
MILTON", IFA_.
We are now offcringjthe largest stock arid greatest variety of
Furniture, House Furnishing Goods, &c.
In the Rtate. PRICES BEYOND COMPETITION, consisting In part of Rich and pUla
Furniture
All the latest Designs
In Walnut, Oak, Cherry. Mahogany and Ebony. We make a
Specialty in Parlor Suits,
and wlll'sell them lower tnan any Party In the state. Prices ranglug FXtfl S3O TO 93001
If you con tempi nte buying a
PIANO, ORGAN OR SEWING MACHINE,
It Will pay you to write us for prices. We also carry ala rge line et extra Super, Body and Tap
esty Brussels Carpets.
Good Brussels Carpet at 70 cts. per yard.
Our stock of Plain. Out and Engraved Table Glass-ware, Plain
and Decorated French China, Silver Plated-ware, Lamps and
Chandeliers, &c.
Is well worth your inspection. Our sales exceed those of any House In our line In the state
LOW PRICES DO IT.
We extend an Invitation to you to visit us and will take pleasure in showing you through our
various Departments.
READERS !
When in want of a *pair of Boots
i
Shoes or Rubbers send to
KAMP'S
in Lock i/ayen and you can get
them as low as in Philadelpia or
New York. If they don't suit you
you can return them and get your
money back. First rate goods at
jOw prices is my motto.
JACOB KAMP.
To Country dealers, I
will sell at wholesale pri- j
ces, freight added.
THIS PAPERS^
Newspaper Advertising [Bureau <K) Sprues
Street),where adver- npni If#llll#
sttaws NEW YORK. I
BUY THE BEST;
POST A CO*B J
AMERICAN STUDENT LAMP/
GUARANTEED THE BEST.
STRONG, STEADY LIGHT.
SIX TIMES CHEAPER THAU
OAS. By long Experience wS
are enabled to make the BEST
STUDENT LAMB MADE, and thd
ONLY one tbat raises and lowers
ttie wick as shown In cut* Fall*
covered by letters patent. Price.
Nickel Plated. $6.00. Uherd
SSSSSSA.f Tr " de <*°
POST &
Manufacturers and
> CINCINNATI, OHIQJ -"
SOLDIER^S^-ASS
of any kind caused by military service are en
titlea to Pension. Widows, minor children,
dependent mothers or father sof aoldfer* who
died from tlieelfocts of their services are aha
entitled. Many Invalid pensioners ace entitled
to an Increase. Carefn assistance clvea in
Delayed or Kejeeted II alms, us many run
be allowed with but little more erideuoe. Com
plete instructions with references sent no ap
plication. Chaw.A Geo A, King, Attor
neys-at-LAiW 919 F St., Washington, C.

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