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THURSDAY. OCT. 1!)., 1882. THE MILLHEIM JOURNAL Is published every Thursday, in Muxser'sßuTld ing, corner of Main and Penu st reets at SI.OO PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE Or ♦l.2,'i if not paid in advance. ADT'ERTISI3TG RITES. 1 week. 1 mo. 3 mo. 6 mo. 1 year. 1 square,.., I $1 <K! $2 00 1 $.5 00 *IOO it! 00 'i column... I 300 4 Oil I 000 1000 Is on column,., i 500 800 12 00 20 IH> 3300 rcolumn,.. I 800 12 00 | JOOO 35 00 60 00 One inch makes a square. Administrators and Executors' Notices *2.50. Transient ad vertisements i.n<l locals 10 cents per line for first, insertion and 5 cents per line lor eaoli au ditions! insertion. 7id) Work done on short potteo. DEIHXGER & BUM!LEER, Editors and Proprietors. [lard & Sunday School Directory. Evangelical. Revs P Circidcmver and JDShortens Prtttcl Rev. P. C. Wlcdemyer will preach next Sun day morning, German. Sunday School, r. M,— D. L.ZeThy.Supt. Missionary Society meets on the second Mon day evening of each month. Methodist. 7?ec. Farman Adam,< Preacher-incharpt. SAR.Vtay School at A. M.—D. A. Musser.Supt Preaching next unday evening. Reformed. Rev. Zichvili -4. Yearick', Feirtor. Preaching in Aaronsburg ntxt Sunday eve ning. United Brethren. Rev. J. G. jr. Herald, Prtacher-in-chargc. Lutheran. Rev. JohnTbin'inson, Potior.— liev. C. W. Seorist wip preach iu the Luther, an church, Aaron-bitan, next Sunday and at st. Paul's in the afternoon. Indies" Mite Society meets on the first "Mon day evening of each Juontli. United S.mday School. Meet?? at 9A. M.— A. R. Alexander Sunt. Lotie & Society Directory. Millheim Lodge. No. 953, I. O. O. F.-meets In heir hall, lVnn Street, everySatturday evening. Kolmcea Degree Meeting every Thursday on or be .ore the full moon of each month. C. W. HAKTMAN, Sec. W. 1.. BRIGHT, N. G. Providence Grange, No. 217 P. of 11.. meets In Alexandershlnck on the second Saturday or each month at IS. P- *b. and on the fourth Sa turday of each month at IS v. M.* I). I,.XKRBY,See. T.G. KraiAHO,Master. The Millheim B. & L. Association meets in the Pena street school house on t lie evening of the second M onlay of each month. A. WALTER. Sec, B. o. DEI SINGER, Prest. The Millheim Cornet Band meets in the Town Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings. J. W. Foote, Sec. D. 1. Brown JTcs't. OKTJJH KATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, ROBERT. E. PATTISON, OF PiIILADELi'IIIA. For Lieutenaut Governor, CIIAUXCEY F. BLACK, OF YORK. For Judge of the Supreme Court, SILAS M. CLARK, OF INDIANA. For Secretary of Internal Affairs, J. SIMPSON AFRICA, OF HUNTINGDON. tf*or Congressman-at-Large, MORTIMER F. ELLIOTT, * % OF TIOGA. BISIBICT AXI) COUNTY TICKET. For Congress, ANDREW G. CURTIN, OK BELLEFONTE. For Senator, C. T. ALEXANDER, OF BELLEFONTE. For Assembly, HENRY"; MEYER, OF MILES. • B. F. HUNTER, OF BENNKU. For Jury Commissioner, J. 11. TOLBERT, OF WALKER. For Coroner, ii. K. nor, OF BELLEFONTE. PATTISON'S SPEECH AT WILKESBARRE. Noble Sentiments. Mr. Pattison is very enthusiastically received wherever he goes. Ilis speech es ara short, practical, and abound in good common sense and sound princi ples. The following is his speech deliv ered at Wilkesbarre on the 14th to a large crowd that had assembled at the depot: "I am here to lock in your eyes and feel the pressure of your hands rather than to make a speech, but 1 will suggest one or two thoughts t .at occur to me. In looking around this eoun try in my trip down from an agricultural sec tion to this point there is one fact that has for. cibly impressed me. The ecncus reports dis close a remarkable similarity in the aggregate product of the agricultural industries of the state and that of its mines. The gross product of these reaching millions or money in value, al most incapable of comprehension, represents the result of labor in various forms. It repre sents not onlyUie efforts of capital, but the toil of individual laborers. The wealth of the hills is notbihg unless the hand of labor is brought to the task of transforming it into val uable shape. The soil may be rich aawl fertile, but the arms of labor m ust guiae the plow a long the furrow and its hands drop the seed in to tlie ground. The coal must be picked by sturdy toil from its fastness in the earth, plac ed in cars, sent to the great commercial cen tres and distributed throughout the world. There is thus a complete eliain of interests of a common link between all the people, employ er and employed, engaged in this vast industry. The i nterests of all are thus indissolubly joined. 11 over ninent is established to protect these in terests and foster these industries. The good of the whole people is the object that should underlie every political fabric. That was the pi rpose of the founders of this government, and is the reason why every citizen has a personal stake in miintaining a pure and economical admiiujtratiou. DEMOCRATIC DAY MASS MEETING AT MILLHEIM, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28TH. HON. A. G. CURTIN AND OTHER PROMINENT SPEAKERS WILL BE PRESENT. A Contrast. It will be observed by the newspa pers that Benjamin Harris Brewster, the icstnetic representative of IVtinsM vastalwartism in Arthur's cabinet j on Saturday night made a speech 'in Philadelphia in support of Don Camer on's candidate for governor, General Beaver. In the speech ho made a de liberate defense of Senator Cameron and bossism. lie said of'the conven tion which nominated General Beaver that such bodies must have a control ling spirit. This meant Boss Cameron, lie said further: 41 A convention must have some one to organize, direct, for mulate. Do these dissutitfhd people say that General Beaver will not make a good governor? No. Mr. Cameron, they say, nominat cd him. Hs could not have prevented him. He is lit to sit in the senate, and he is a proper person •to consult as to tic good of the party Has it come to this—that because Mr, Cameron'is a senator that he is to be forbidden to have an opinion V" This is what Mr. Brewster as a mem ber of AiUna's stalwart cabinet says to-day. Shortly after the older Cameron had succeeded in putting his son in his place in the United States -Senate the same Mr. Brewster said of him: 4, Last winter our people were shocked with the elec tion of J. Donald Cameron, the irres ponsible son of a senator of whom I will not speak, ect., a son that has nei ther mind,attainments, dignity of char acter, knowledge of public affairs, par ty sei-vicce nor personal worth to war rant his advancement, and who has 110 record but a bad one as au iutriguer and manager of bad men." Evidently some years ago Mr. Brewster was em phatically of the opinion that the younger Cameron wus not a lit man to dictate to party conventions as to who should to nominated. To-day, Mr. Brewster being a member of a stal wart cabinet, the case is entirely differ ent. It is interesting to note the dif ference that circumstances make in men's opiums.— Patriot. NEVER bcforo were the Kepubli can bosses and papers so hard up for campaign Tnatcrial as they art just now. They labor hard but ut terly in vain io divert the attention of the people from the ugly record which they made for themselves iu congress and the state legislature, and try ever so much to invent some defect, some Xveaknes?, something or anything against the pure personal and public character of Controller Pattison. Their latest effort to de fame Mr. Pattison is the slanderous allegation that in a speech delivered in Independence Hall iu the John Hunter campaign for Tax Receive*-, he spoke very disparagingly or Irishmen. The papers of that time which reported the speech in full, show that he did net [use any such language at all. lie did not even refer to the "Ms and the OV' in any connection. In the following letter to James Irwin, of Pittsburg, Mr. Pattison gives a most effectual quietus to the disgraceful campaign slander: City Contkolleh's Office, Piiii.ai>eli*hia, October 9, 1882.— My DeaiiSik: 1 thank you lor your friendly letter of the 6th. Let me answer your inquiry directly. You w ant to know if, us lam charged by one Gallagher (said to be a watchman ut the public buildings at Hunis burg), I made a sjieech in Philadelphia, in which it is alleged the following language was used: "The Mc's and the O's must go to tlie rear. Honesty and decency have come to the front and the O's and the Mc's can go to their old calling of carrying the hod." I never made any such speech, iu whole or iu part, and never uttered at any time any such language or any sentence that could be so construed. The whole matter is an entire fabrication, designed to i.ijure ine with a portion of my fellow-citi zens, and is the last effort of the Bosses and their corrupt employes to mislead tho people and thus prevent an honest expression of pub lic opinion and aid them in retaining their con trol of power. I cannot believe, however, that it can have any such effect at this time. Re spectfully, etc., Robert K. PArrisox. To James luviy, Esq. THE Democratic campaign is now in full blast and meetings are held at all the prominent points in the state.. 2'he great victory in Ohio has infused new zeal into the rank and file of the party, while besides the candidates such a matchless ar ray of sperkers as Judge Black, Gov. Curtin, Ex-Senator Wallace, Hon. Sam'l J. Randall, Gen. Davis, 7/opkins Spcer, Stenger and a host of others are addressing their fellow citizen* at larger and enthu siastic meetings. The Democrats of Pennsylvania arc marching on to certain victory. THE Stalwart papers are just now very busy explaining the causes that led to their disastrous defeat in Ohio. They soon wfll hear some thing'"drop" in Pennsylvania and New York which will give more work of the same sort. KEIFER, the most partisan and in competent speaker that ever presid ed in? cengre&s, was re-elected only because he lives in an overwhelming Republican district, but Butter* worth, the congressional blackguard from Cincinnati was very signally and properly defeated. Why Beaver Won't Meet Stew art. From the PottsvlUo Chronicle, l)cin. One of the reasons why Beaver fears to meet Stewart ie that "Stewart is pie pared to sliow that Beaver could have IXMMI a Republican United States "Sen ator from this State, except that lie in sisted upon being a Cameron United States Senator. IVhen those who b >lt ed Oliver were offered Beaver they were willing to take him on conditions which he declined. THE disgrace brought upon the Dem ocracy of this Senatorial district by the shameful and criminal conduct of soino of the conferees in making and taking bribes, makes an overhauling of the whole work imperative. The Demo crats of Clinton and Clearfield counties refuse to recognize tiro nomination of Mr. Alexander, although neither ho "or his conferees are even charged with anycoinplicitv in the matter. : lt rests between A. J. Jackson, a Clearlield man, and George Ktinian of Lock lla ven, both ot whom were arrested and arc under bonds to answer the charge of bribery at the next term of the Clin ton county court. Meanwhile the committees of the scyeral counties are taking measures to convene another conference to cure the alleged irregularity in the nomination, and a few days will tell what has been done. One lesson the Democracy dughfc to learn from this awkard, untimely and disreputable business, and that is that all conferees should lie appointed by the lespoctive county conventions, instead of permitting candidates to appoint them. The latter custom is a new innovation an 1 is the chief cause of the stubborn deadlocks that, so se riously threaten the harmony of the party, and in the worst cases lead to such a disgraceful stato of things as the case before us. LEGAL AD VERTISEMEMTS. y LECTION PROCLAMATION. GOD SAVE THE C< > M MON WE ALT fl. 1. Thomas J. Dm kle. High Sheriff of the coun ty of Centre, common wealth <i PuDiwylnnla, do hereby make known and give notice to the electors of the count v afoiesaid. that an flection will be held in said county of Centre, on TUESDAY. NOVEMBER7, ISSg. For the purpose of electing one person for Governor ot the Commonwealth of Pennsylva nia One person for Lieutenant Governor of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania. One person for Secretary of Internal Affairs of the Common wealth of Pennsylvania. One person for Cougiv.ssniuii-ut-l.arge to rep resent the state of Pennsylvania in the Congress of tlie United States One person for Judye of the Supreme Court of the Common wealth <>f IVnf sylvan a. One person o represent tlie counties of Cen tre. Clearfield, Clinton. Elk, Union and Mifflin in the Congress of the United Sates. One person to represent the counties of Cen tre, Clearfield, and Clinton in the Fen ate of Pennsylvania. Tmv persons to represent the county of Cen tre in the House ul Representatives ot Peiuisyi van la. One jierson for Coroner for Centre countv. Two persons for Jury Coimnls?loner ot the county ul Centre. I also hereby make known and give notice that the places of holding the aforesaid election in the several Boroughs and Townships within the County of Centre are ss follow*, to wit: Fort lie township of Haines (eastern precinct) at the public school house at Woodward. For tlie township of Haines (western precinct) at tlie public house of il. G. Shaffer, in Anions burg. For the township of Half Moon, at the school bouse in Stormstown. For the township of Taylor, tffo house erec ted tor that purpose on the property of Leonard Merry inun. For the township of Miles, in the school house in the t iwn ofKebershurg. For the township of Fetter (Northern precinct at the pub ic House of 1). J. .Mover, in Cestre llall. For the township of Potter (Southern precinct) t the public house of D. 11. Kubl, at Potter's Mills. For the township of Gregg (Northern precinct) at Murray's school house. For the township of Gregg (.Southern pre cinct.) at the public house owned by J. B. Fish er of Fcnn Hall. For the township of College, in the school house at Leinont. l or tho township of Ferguson (old precinct.) In the school house at Pino Grow. For the township of Ferguson (new precinct) at the school house in B.tileyville. For the township ol Harris, la the schbol house fit Boalsbtirg. For the,township of Patton, at the house ol Peter Murray. For the borough of Itellefonte. and tlie town shins of Spring and Rentier,at the Court House in Bellefonte.* For the township of Walker, In the school house at Hublersburg. t For the borough and township of Howard, at the school house of said borough. Ftr the township of Rush, at the Cold Stream school house. I For the township of Snow Shoe, at the school house at Snow Shoe station. For the township of Marion, at the house of Joel Kling. in Jacksonville. For the borough of Mileaburg, at the school house iu Milesburg. For the township of Bv-gg-q at the new school house in Central City. For the township of Huston, at the Silver Dale sohoo! bouse. For the township of Peiin, at the public house of W. s. Muss -r. For the borough of Millhcint, at the school house opposite the Evangelical church in said borough. For the township Of Liberty, at the school house at Kagleville. For the township of Worth, at the school house at Port Matilda. For the township of Burnside-at the house of J. K. Bouk. For the township of Curtiu, at tho school house near Robert Mann's. For the borough of I'nionvillc and the towff ship of Union, at the now school house at Uu ionvilie. For the First and Second wards of tlie bor ough of Philipshurg/ at the large public school house. For the Third ward of the borough of PliiHps buig at the small public school house. NOTICE is hereby given, "That eyery pe rami excepting office of justice, of thd peace, who shah hold any office orappointmenl of any prof it or trust under the government of the United States, or of this State, or of any city or Ihcor porated district, whether a commissioned offi cer or otherwise, subordinate officer or agent who is or shall he employed under the Legisla tive, Executive ;rr Judiciary Department of this state, or of the United States, or of any city or incorporated district : and also that every mem bcr of Congress or St aßc Legislature .and of the select or common council of any city, or com missioners of any incorporated district, is by law incapable of holding or exercising* at the same time, the office or appointment for Judge, inspector or clerk of any election ot this com monwealth ; and that no Inspector. Judge or other officer of any mch election shall be cl giblo to any office to be then voted foi." I also hereby make known and give notice to t: e electors of said county of Centre, that on the said Hit day of November,lßß2, they, the said electors,shall vote by ballot for the purpose of deeming whether or not the provisions of tlie Act of Assembly, entitled an Act "For the tax ation of dogs and tlie protection of sheep," ap proved the 12tii day of Jung, A. D.,1875, are de sired to be in force in this said county of Cen tre. The provisions or said "Act of Assembly relating to the taxation ot dogs ure as follows, to-wit: Sec. 1. That from and after the passage of this Act, there shall he assessed, levied and col lected, annually, with county taxes, in each of the townships and boroughs of this Common wealth, from the owners and keepers ol dogs tlie following tunned taxes, namely: For each inaie dog, the sum of fifty cents, and for every female Uog the sum ol one dollar, to be paid to the Treasurer of the county where collected, to be kept by him .separate and in Mich inabner that he can know how much lias been collected from each township and borough, and how much paid out- for losses or damages- in each, at any timeto be a fund from which persons sustaining loss or damage to sheep by a dog. or dogs, and the necessary costs in establishing their claims therefor, us Leieia provided, may be paid-. Reo.2. For the purpose of levying nnd col lecting such taxes, theassessor in o\cl town ship and borouuh shall, annually, at tho time of assessing other taxable property, ascertain and return to tho county coininlssloifprs of their county a true statement or alllhooou* |u their townslitps uiul boroughs, rppeeilvely, ami tlie names of tho persons owning or keeping such •togs, and how many of each sex Is kept or own ed by each poison; ami such commissioners In each county shall, annually, levy and cause to l>e collected the taxes herein before tiamdfl. with, and in the samo manner and for the same compensation thai other county taxes arc col lected. • ••• SKC.II>. That the Sheriff of each county, on the request of tho County Commissioners, shall cause this Act to be published therein, with and in the same munuer as notices of the next general election slV&ll he published, and fbr the purpose of deciding whether or not the provi sions of this Act are desired in tho several conn lies, the iiualltleil electors therein may vote at such election, by ballot, written or piloted on the outside "Sheep l.aw,'' and on the Inside "For the Sheep l.aw," or "Against the Slieop- I.aw," and in eacli county wherein it shall ap pear by a proper count of each ballot that a ma jority hYu for the "Sheep law," this Act shall Immediately take effect, but in no other county until a majority of the qualified electors there of, after like advertisement in like manner, have determined that thev desire this Act to take effect therein; Provided that there shall l>e no advertisement or election for such pur pose in any county oftcuer than once in two years." At all elections hereafter held under the laws of tin- Commonwealth, the polls shall he opened at 7 o'clock a. in. and close at 7 o'clock p. m. TICKETS TO UK VOTKD. The qualified electors will take notice of the following act of Assembly, approved tho 12th day of March, "An Act regulating the mode of voting at nil elections in the several counties of this Commonwealth. SUCTION 1. He It enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Common weaHh'of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met, and It is Iteiebv enacted bv the authority of the same. That ilia qualified electors of the s, vend etuuitjes of this Commonwealth, at all general, tow nslup.bordligt, aqd elections' are hereby hereafter authorized and Acquired' to vote by tickets, printed or written, or partly prln ed >r partly written, severally classified as follows: line ticket shall embrace the names of judges of courts voted for, and to be labeled outside "Judiciaryone ticket shall embrace the homes of all State officers to la* voted for, and be labeled "State;" one ticket shall cm brace t he names of all officers voted for, inchtd ' lit# tho office of Senator and members of the Assembly, if voted for, and be lalxded "Coun ty one ticket shall embrace the names of "ail township officers voted lor, and he labeled "Township;" one ticket shall embrace the names of all borough officers voted for. and be lalieled "borough and each class shall IK* de posited ill seller .te ballot-boxes. Given under my hand and seal, tit my office In Itellefonte, this 3rd day of October, i i the year of our Lordotic Thousand Kigiit Hun. died and Eighty. two,and in the One Hundred ami sixth year of the Independence of the Ful led States. I liO.M AS.?. DF N KLK FLUT'it of Centre County. \ ILMINIHTUATOIFS NOTlCE.—Letters of j\ administration on the estate of Samuel Al bright, late o! t lie Borough uf Millheim, Centre county. Pa., Ueceused, having been granted to the unilerigneil, all persons Knowing themselv es indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment, and those liav lag c laims against the same to present them tiu ly authenticated tor payment. All persons having unsettled accounts with the estate are requested to nu" t me at the lute residence of decedent 011 hit turday, October 21st Instant, for settlement. AXIMSiW J. At.mtioifT. TylersvHie, Administrator. Clinton Co. Pa. Oct. 12 lb. 1882 tit T7B X I FF 1 * l:s SA! 1 .- Ti.-n \\P! 1h- exposed JLj to pubiie sale on the piemi es, one ml'e norfh of Woodward, on 'iu-'sday, November istti, the following valuable real estateot Thomas llostei man. deceased, viz.; 5 Acres of land adjoining lauds of T. \V. & F. W. Host.-j man. and Wm. Hinksoii. Thereon etec tetl a fine dwelliug house, large stable and oilier oifl buildings. Also 5 Acres of land adjoining lands of T. W. Hos terinan. Win. Hi 11 ksjn ami Henry Vonada. Also 12.5 Arte*- of FJIIIKT laud. :.djoining latids of T. W. vs. C. W. Hu-teruian and .loan Hess. Also 7*i Acres f limber land, adiomiug latids of Jacob Neidigh Jb others. Thereon erected a saw mill on Pine creek, w it It good water |M>wer. TEKMS'tOne halt of the punnase money to be paid 011 continuation of sile, tlia other'ha If in one year tlfbn after, and tobeaeeured b^bood and mortgage. Persais desiring 'to see these lauds can apply to T. W. Most. TlU. in on the premises, hale to commence at one o'clock otsnid day. T. W H OMK: MAN 0. W. HOST Ift AN, Executors. STRAY to the residence of tiie subaeribor In Mies township on or a iKuit A ugttst27lli, laH, a stlay steer, ivd eotor. atmel a year and a half old, slit in left ear. The owner h requested to pay Charges and lake the same away. J AKBD B. KitEAMEIt. 0et.12.1582. 3m. STB AY NOTICE. —A red heifer, ag.'d about one year, with hole in right ear. came t> the premises of the sultcriber in .Miles town siiip, on or about the 15th day of &v> last. The owner is lequeated to pay charges and take the same away. WILLIAM K REAM nit. 2m. 171X L( FT">i ; s NUTlCE.—Letters testament j nry on ihe estate of Mrs. Mary Mark, late of Miilheint lece,-Lsed, having leeii granted to Ihe undersigned, nil persons knowing them selves indebted to said estate are hereby noti fied to make Immediate payment, and those having claims to present them duly proven for settlement. C. 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Spring Mi 115..... 5.50 '1 .*) Coburn iLJH .2.20 * fox ler fi.2B 2^33 Cherry Hun 6.48 2.55 Wlker Hun 7.05 3.15 Laurelton 7.30 3.40 Millmont 7.40 3.52 A. M. Mlffliuburg 8.00 11.45 4.15 P. M. Vieksburg 8.15 12.10 4.31 Blelil 820 12.17 4. W Fair Giotmd A. M. 8.30 12.33 4.48 P.M. Lewisburg 6.35 8.45 12.50 .5.10 7.30 Montnndon ar. i.4sar.9.ot)Ar I.off ar. 5.20 a r 7.40 No*. 1 and 2 connect at Montandon with Erie Mail West; 3 and 4 with Sea Shore Express Fast; 5 and <> with Day Express and Niagara Express West; 7 and 8 with Fast Line West; 9 ana 10 with WiUlamsuolT AetCortUhodtttlon East. Official Announcemerit. Change of Time on Plrla. & Erie R. R. JUNEITI3B2. St n Shore Express leav*s Montan'don at 9.P7 A. M., stoiipiiig at Intermediate stations, ar riving at Ilarrlsburg 11.40 \. M . Philadelphia 3.20 P. M., New York > 2.5 P. M., making close con'.ectlon at Philadelphia lor aff sea shore points. . I Ihiy Express Montandon at L3O P. M., stopping at brineipal stations, arriving at Har ribburg 3.55 T. id.. Philadelpbia 735 P. M.. Notv York 10.35 P. M., Baltimore 7.:) P. M.. Wash ington 8.47 P. M. Parlor Far through to Phil adelphia. WiUlamsjtort Accommodation le.ayes .Votp tamloii at 1.48 p. M m stoop ng at iutei mediate stations, arriving: at llarnsbut j* 4 1d,25, Phjluucl phia 2.-55 A. M . New York tf.ls A. Rl. Sleeping car accommodations can b* secured ou this train at linrrtsburg for Philadelphia and New York. 'Philadelphia p • ssengcrs call relttaiii in sleejK'r undisturbed until 7 A. M. Erie Moil and Fast l.lne Fast will Be'cohsuli-. dated Into one train, leaving Montandon at 1.39 A. M., stopping at principal stations, .-mixing, at llanislmrg4.os A. M.. Philadelphia 7 20 A. M., New York 10.25 A. M., Haltitiinic 7.40 A. M. Washington 9.02 A. M. Through sleeping cars will be rpn on tjds train to Philadelphia, liairi- ' more and WaSbingtoh. J WEsTW A Hl>. Erie Mail leaves Montandon at 6..vj A. Si; for Erie and intermediate points, lauuudaigua and intermediate ioints. Xtnpora Express leaves Mont-mdoti at 2.00 P. M., for Kane and intermediate pjiuts, Fau audaigua and intermediate points. Eitst Line leaves Montandon at 5.50 P. M., for l.ock Haven and intermedial" poi its, W 11- kins and intermediate points. MILLHEIM MARBLE WORKS, SOciningcr & f^yYusscr, O W v Proprietors, TilE OLD RELI ABLE PLACE. We have the okle&t marble establishment in Central Pennsylvania. We use the best, grades of marble. W buy our stock in large quantities at the lowest cash pric'33, We make as good work a3 the best and sell as low as the LOWEST. Our customers are always sa tis fled and pleaciod. Cur business Is in a flourishing condition and wo fefll thankful to tho public for thoir liberal patron age. PATENTS Wo continue to act as Solicitors for TatOfits. Caveat*, Trade Marks. Copyrights, etc., for the United States, Canada, Cuba, England, France, Germany, etc. We have had tllrty*fivo yenr#' experience. Patents obtained through us are noticed in the SCI ENTIFIC AMERICAN. This large and splendid Illus trated week ly paper. $ 3.20 a year,shows the Progress of Science, is very interesting, and has an enormous circulation. Address MUNN A CO., Patent Solici tors, Pub's, of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 37 Park Bow, J Now York. Hand b<x>k about I'atentsfreo. wero first manufactured aa early as 1850 at Brat tleboro', Vt. For a number of years the extensive OARPBKTSB ORGAN Wonts and General Offlco liave been located at Worcester, Mass., U. S. A., With Branch Offices and Warerooins in New York (No. 7 West Fourteenth Street), London, Madras SL Petersburg, City of Mexico, Berlin, Barcelona. Ewestness of Tone in every reed, Durability in every part, Perfection in every detail of manttfactnro, Are Characteristic of thoCAUPENTEB OBSAITS. Fvory Instrument WARRANTED for EIGHT YEARS. MOST RELIABLE DEALERS sell tbo CABPENTEH ORGAN, but if any do nothavo them to show you, write direct to the factory for a Cata loguo and information a3 to where you can Bee thorn. OVER 100 STYLES, Banging in price frcm $20.00 to $1,200.00 andover. A beautiful 100-page Catalogue, the finest ever published, SENT FItEE to intend ing purchasers. Address or call upon IF. CAMTEB, Worcester, Mass., U. S. A. , MORE MEW GOODS ! FOR THE SUMMER § 1882. % I* V Fourth Stock Just Arriving "for the Spring -and •Summer at the Bee Hive Lock Haven, Pa> And we can safely sny at Unices "that will suit everyone. Cotton Good have never been as cheap as now. On account of the cold and backward .Spring New York and Philadelphia jobbers over-loaned theinselyes in the early part of the season, and are now willing to sell their goods at a loss rather than carry them over the season. We took advantage of these bargains and are now pre,- pared to sell you goods lower than you ever bought them. We will give you a list of a few of the GREAT BARGAINS! All Prints in Standard brakes, such as Cocheco, P.vcifiq and Merrimac Prints 04 cents, never sold lower than 8 cents. Dress GinghauD in a beautiful line of colors. 8 cents, former price 124 cents. S3 inch Percales 8 cenls. Tqnue.r price 121 cents. 4 4 Hill Muslin, bleached, 81 cents, together with a run line of Sersnckers, French Ginghams, Lawns in Cotton and Linen, Unbleached Mus lins, Crashes, Tickings, Tablt Linens and all other Domestic Goods at ibices irt prouortiou to those just mentioned. In □RESSS GOODS We have some bargains to offer. The lest thing we have now for the money is an all-wool-tilling CASHM EKE at 8 cents: tliev are in medium and light shades only, but the former price on them has oeen 121 cents; at 8 centi they are better tb buy than Calico. Remember they are half wool. Buntings in all shades at 121 ceuts: Buntings \ wool at 20 and 23 cents. Buntings ii a little lifettter grade at 35 cents. Buntings n double width, fine, all-wool at centi!. Another Lot of Summer Silks These tit?: scarce, but we have the styles now loiter liian Ht any time thi* season and prices are equally as low J together with thesfe we have all the new things in Summer Dress Goods iu all the new shades. Large line of Plain and Colored Silks, l>est goods $1.25; lowest price 471 cents. We still liaVo a big trade on our SI.OO Black Silk; the best in the city for the tiionfey: NUN'S VEILINGS ~! y • ; * - Yoti ha Ve" heard a great deal about this fabric no dotfbt. We 1 have all the desirable light shades such as pink, light blue, cream and white. Fiinges and Passementeries have had their day ; laces are the rage now. Spanish and Span ish Gimpure—these we can not give prices on here as there are so many quali ties and widths, but they start at 25 cents and go to $1.50 per yard ; in the fine goods we have 2 and in some patterns 3 widths. We can tell you better about them when you come to see them ; we do not ask you to buy if priced are not as low and varieties greater than any other place iu town. WHITE LINEN DeINDIES With as f?ne a Trne of Embroideries fri fnatch goods ever brought to this city ; it is worth your time to come in if for nothing else than to see them , we will take great pleasure in showing them together with the above hamed goods We have all the new things in Kid and Lise Thread Goves, • Lace; Col lars Linen Collar®, Handkerchiefs Lace Mits, Etc.. dies' White Kid Gloves (Foster Fattern), in sizes fr<im sfr ffo' 8, Still a few more CJkIR.IFIETS, we carry Brussels left at 55, 87-i and 95c. We have given you a list Of the goods" In and will guarantee prices as low as you ever bought them. 8.—10,000 pounds Wool wanted in exchange or for cash.'