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THURSDAY, OCT. 19., ISS2.
DKIMM.KU & IHSIIU.EIU
Kdltors and Proprietors.
Local Dc'tiartincnt.
The North Street School icill not be
gin until Monday the 30f/i instant.
—A good town property at private
sale. Inquire at this cilice. If.
—School Bocks and school supplies of
every kind at the Juirnal Store.
—Rev. John Tomlinson is Ylciting
friends and relatives in Bedford coun
ty.
—The weather is very warm for the
season, otherwise alternating between
beautiful sunshine, mist and rain.
—Neighbor Springer lias made mate
rial improvements to his property on
North street. Jacob has taste, enter
prise and cash.
—Tho wide-awake, progressive town
of Philipsburg, at the other end of Cen
tre county, is illuminated with electric
light.
—Our thanks are hereby tei derul in
best style to Chairman llensel for a floe
life-sized crayon poitrait of Governor
Putlison.
—A fine line of Family and Presen
tation Bibles, Photograph and Auto
graph Albums, fine Stationary, sc,
just received at the Journal Store.
—Mr. F. P. Musser, scarcely home
from au extended tour to Montana and
D.ikota Territories, left earlv on Mon
day for Pittsburg to attend the U. S.
Court as a juror.
TIIK SICK.— Mr. John S. Horann,
who tor several weeks was seriously ill,
is improving. Father John Iless was
no better, at last account, and Mr.
Isaac Behm is in a critical condition.
—Gov. Iloyt has designated next
Tuesday the 24th as a legal holiday, in
order to give all who have time and
money a chance to attend the Bi-Cen
tennial at Philadelphia, which is to
celebiate the two hundredth auuiversa
ry of the landing of William Peun.
—lf any of our farmer patrons have
a barrel or two of good, fresh cider to
spare we would be ever so much oblig
ed to have it. Nor are we overly par
ticular as to the price—so we can pay
it iu JOURNALS. Now just please
dou't'&fc speak at once, tf
—As soou as the election is over and
the results kuowu, our citizens should
go to work with all the deliberation
aud circumspection that such au im
portant that such an important ques
tion dem tnds and appoiut—a hoy com
mittee.
—Mr. R. M. Wolf, of the mercantile
ff.mof Wolf & tlosterraa.i, at Wood
ward, has just returned from the city
with a large and carefully selected
stock of fall and winter goods. This
firm does a thriving business and is
determined not to be undersold by auy
store in the vallev.
-We never saw abetter line of boots
and shoes than those kept by Doll &
Mingle in Bellefonte. If you go to
Bellefonte just give them a call and be
convinced for yourself. You will get
the full worth of your money and will
be fairly dealt with from beginning to
end.
Inventors nnd Patentees-
should send for instructions, reason_
able terms, references, &c., to Edson
Brothers, Solicitors of Patents, Wash
ington, D. C. who furnish the same
without char(/e. Edson Brothers is a
well known and successful firm of large
experience, having been established in
1806. tf
—The Ellis Cbaropiou Thresher and
Cleaner, manufactured at Pottstown,
Pa., can now be seen a* Daniel Hoster
man's. It may be of interest to our
farmers to take a look at it and wit
ness the work it does. S. K. Sankey fc
Co. liave the agency for this machine.
—The outside painting of the new
Lutheran church is now complete and
the scaffolding has been removed. A
Clear unobstructed view may now be
had of the building and it is universal
ly pronounced a model of neatnees and
beauty.
—Mr. Andrew Harter has rented
Sheriff Musser's Tannery and opened a
leather fiuishing business. He keeps
on band a full supply of all kinds of
leather at the lowest cash prices. Cash
also f>aid for hides. Mr. Harter is an
experienced and practical finisher and
we hope our people will give him a lib
eral patrouage.
Read, Mark and £earn !
That a fine, enclosed Picnic Ground,
with eyery convenience, Swings, Cro
quet Ground, Quoits, Pavillion, and a
Fine Spring of ptire waiter with plenty
of shade, has now been confipleted at
Spring Mills. Societies, Clubs, Lodges
and all respectable parties will be ac
commodated oh reasonable terms.
Carriages and tickets to the celebrated
Penn CaVes at moderate rates. Ad
dress GEO. B. um,
S m Spring Mills House.
00,000 people attended the York
County Fair in two days."
—Have any of our farmer patrons a
few bushels of apples to spare for the
poor printer ? 4 • Whoever giveth to the
poor lendeth to the Lord" —or words to
that effect.
—On Friday last our people witness
ed the novel sight of a steam thresher
passing through town propelled by
steam. Prof. Daniel Baney bad the
concern in charge.
—Mr. J. Reese VanOrmty, .of tho
Democrat paid us a pop visit last Fri
day. Reese never forgets to call on us
and always shakes our big paw quite
warmly.
—A rich raiser named Joseph J,
Lewis, of Ilobokeh, New York, be
queathed §1)0, UOO to tho government
of the United States.
ANOTHER COUNTY TICKET.— The
Greenback-Labor county committee
met in the office of lion. S. 11. Yocurn,
Bellefonte, tho other Friday, and nom
inate! the following ticket:
Assembly —George Alexander, Leon
ard Rhone.
Jury (bmmissisner —Andrew Shivoly.
Coroner —Dr. J. D. P. Glenn.
—F. r. Musser returned from his
trip to Montana on Saturday, %The
party of which he was one penetrated
as far west as Biliings, the present ter
minus of.the Northern Pacific rail road.
Wp understand that they will shoitly
make out a report for publication of
observations, and in the mean time we
must all possess ourselves in patience
and not allow the Montana fever to un
til us for our work or business while
we are yet here in old Pennsylvania.
—Yon would be surprised to see the
piles of clothing of all grades and pri
ces in Lewin's .Philadelphia Branch
Clothing House, tieilefonte. But when
you consider that there are aboutlS.ooo
men and boys of all ages and sizes in
Centre county that each needs about
two suits every vear, you will no long
er wonder where it all goes to. Ijewin
understands the business perfectly.
He knows exactly what farmers, mer
chants, laboring and professional men
want, and in the line of clothing he is
prepared to suit them all. His prices
are the very lowest that can be found
anywhere. Lewiu is master of the sit
uation. 2t
—At the comingelcction our citizens
of Centre county will have an opportu
nity to decide by their votes whether
dogs shall be taxed or not. The law
is intended for the protection of sheep.
The tickets will be labeled on the out
side with the words "Sheep Law," and
on the inside either "For the Sheep
Law" or "Against the Sheep Law."
If the sheep law carries it will go iuto
effect at once and dogs will then be
taxed, 50 cents for a male aud one dol
lar for a female, to be collected with
other county taxes.
—Next Monday the winter term#f
our schools begins and we fondly wish
and hope that it may prove a success
ful one. The teachers, Mr. Morrison,
Mr. Edmonds and Miss St roll m have
all passed very creditable examinations
and are well qual fi d for their work.
The board of directors have been fortu
nate in their sel ctions and have here
in come up to their duty fully, and
now it becomes the plain duty of pa
reuts and citizens generally to second
the efforts of teacners and directors by
giving both all the encouragement and
support they can.
The greatest hindering cause to the
fullest maasure of success in our schools
is the seemingly utter indifference of
many parents, and consequently of
many children. It is obvious that it is
frequently left entirely to the choice of
pupils, especially the boys, to attend
sciiool or not. They are too often per
mitted to run the streets and loaf in
stores and shops, when they ought to
be at school. They are not taught and
trained to love and appreciate school
privileges properly, and it is a sad fact
that not a few grow up to manhood
and womanhood without a elementary
I education, but with all the evils of
street education—bad manners and
worse morals.
Parents, if you love your children do
what you can for their mental and mor
al culture. Require them to attend
school promptly and regularly, and a
ix>ve all do not permit them to spend
their evenings from home where you
have no opportunities to oversee their
behavior. Home is the proper place
for children, especially in the evenings.
Theycan, and will if rightly encour
aged, spend their time not only profit
ably, but pleasantly, in the preperation
of lessons, general reading, conversa
tion aud iunocent amusements.
As parents we have manifold and re
sponsible duties to peiform, but how
little and how lightly do we think of
them.
The Bi-Oentennial at Philadel
phia.
Ample'preparations are being made
by the citizens of Philadelphia to make
the coming Bi-Centenniel a grand and
imposing affair.
On the 24th of October the celebra
tion will commence with a representa
tion of the lainding of Penn, at the
same location whereon he fiist set foot
in 1682 -Dock street wharf.
The ocean and river craft of the har
bor of Philadelphia, together with the
greater part of the North Atlantic
squadron, will take part, and there will
be a general display of bunting and other
suitable decorations. AH the troops of
the Department ofGeneral Hancock are
expected to participate.
rhe procession will embrace United
States Government officers, sailors, ma
rines, and cflicials from the Nava'
Hospital, Custom House, etc., head*
ed by the M ai ine Band of Washington*
The employes of tho United States
Mint will strike off 150,000 medals and
distribute the same during the proces
sion. City and State departments, lire
and police, Girard College Cadets, as
well as visiting firemen and benevolent
societies, Hibernian, Swiss, Italian,
and German societies will take part
and wear the appropriate insignia.
Wednesday, the 2/th, will bo the
Trades' Day. All the leading machine
shops, factories, wholesale and retail
by wagons in which will be exhib
ited the workings of the various trades.
It is estimated that between 1.1,000 and
20,000 men w ill participate, and at
least six hundred wagons will bo em
ployed. t ; j
On the third day, October 20th, there
will bo the greatest display of Knights
Templars probably ever held. This pro
cession will be under the aupices of the
commanderies of Philadelphia and the
grand com mandery of Pennsylvania,
Friday, October 27th, will be the last
day, tho attractions being a grand ar
my md navy parade, including the Na
tional Guard of New Jersey and Penn
sylvania and visiting troops fi;oiu neigh
boring States to the number of 12,000
men. It is expected that there will al
so be 15,000 men of the G. A. It. In
tho evening a reception will bo tender
ed the visiting military at tho Acade
my of Music and Horticulture Hall,
and a general illumination.
Political Ncis.
A Wilkesbarre correspondence to the
Philadelphia Times says:
It is s.ifo to say chat Governor Iloyt
will lefuse to speak for heaver, lie
will most likely be silent in the con
test, as he holds the first office of the
State conferred by the Republican or
ganization, but if he shall make any ut
tereuce at all before the electiou it will
be against the whole Cameron Boss
system; and if he publicly declares for
any Gubernatorial candidate, It will be
for Stewart and not for Beaver. lie
lias exausted himself to.'eflVct the with
drawal of Beaver BIUI Stewart, but as
that is now impossible, he does not
conceal his conviction that Beaver
can't be elected and that, in the pres
ent aspect of tho canvass, Beaver
ought not to be elected.
Leonard Rhone, one of the Republi
can nominees of this county, declines
the/prollered honor. Mr. Rhone is n
gentleman of excellent character an J
reputation, and one of the most wide
awake and intelligent farmers in the
county. At present ho holds the posi
tion of Master of tho State Grange, Pa
trons of Husbandry. Ite would have
received his full party vote, although
his election was out of the question,
and no doubt this "existing circum
stance" determined his course.
The following i 9 Mr. Rhone's letter
o! declination.
CKNTKKIIAU., IA., Oot. 7.1*12,
A. <). FPIIST, K*<|..
Chairman Centre County
Kcpublican Convention.
DKAR SIK: Your fetter of Sept. 'Aith, an
nouncing: my name ai- a candidate for member
of tho House of Representatives of the General
Assembly, is received. >
Under existing circumstances I can not ac
c:?pt the position tendered me, and hereby re
spectfully decline It.
I.EOS AKI) It 110 NE.
What Daniel Dougherty thinks
of Pattison.
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PHILADELPHIA, October 11.—Dan
iel Dougherty, who has just returned
from Europe, was interviewd to-day.
lie proposes to support Pattison and
declares that the democratic nominee
is above the standard of Pennsylvania
governors; that his public deliverances
are admirable and straight forward;
that he lias business ability, practical
sense, force of character, unswerving
adherence to exact integrity, . and he
was sure he would, be faithful and
clean in the great office, would stop all
raids upon the treasury and would be
free from improper partisau complica
tions.
JAY Hubbell's political assessment
corruption fund amounts to SIOO.-
000. It tvas collected fropi govern
ment clerks and officials of all kinds
to be used for electioneering pur
poses iu helping the stalwart candi
dates, but it has utterly failed in
Ohio,.as it will in Pennsylvania and
New itbrk.
THE Republican congressional
confereuce of this district met at
Dcllefonte on the. 10th inst., and
nominated //on. Samuel 11. Orwig,
of Miffiinburg by acclamation.
Grover Cleveland, the Democratic
candidate for Governor of New York,
is said to resemble General Hancock.
He is six feet tall, weighs over 200
pounds, is rather bald, and brushes his
hair back from his forehead over the
bald spot. lie begins ain argument in
court with visible reluctance, but
when. h3 has fully entered on his plea
be speaks with fluency and force.
Sews Miscellany.
, i \
The Juniata Tribune complains that
the marrying fever has broken out a
mong the children in that neighbor
hood.
Prof. A. L. Burrows, County Super
intendent of Union county, resigned
his office and expects soon to go to To
peku, Kansas.
Tlio Iloutzdale Observer says: ''ln
this immediate neighborhood there are
about thirty licensed bar-rooms, each
one of which tnkea in on an average,
$30.00 per day for liquor* This doesn't
look to be much Ht lirat glance, but it
aggregates $ 100.00 per day, or $231,-
700 per year, exclusive of Sundays, and
as at least half as much is sold pn Sun
day as on other days, it brings the
grand total up to $ , >o. r >,loo per year.
K\lled His by Own Watermel
on.
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Fink Bluff*, Ark., October 11.—
Daniel Camp, a well Known..planter,
died to-day from the effects of careless
ly eating watermelon in which ho had
placed poison for the benefit of thieves
who made inroads on his melon p itch.
Three of his children, who also partook
of the melon t are likely to die.
a
I'll at urinem' IVlpiml.
Published at Mouth Uriel, Indiana. Terms
only titty cent* a year. Circulation 3"L(XWi The
largest and best agricultural paper In the coun
try. Fight large pages, 4s column*, few adver
tisements and almost double the 'reading mat
ter given by tie- ♦l.Mund $_ ngncu tural pa iters
but we send It to you for ,Vi cento a year, l're
uituins to every subscriber, premiums to club
raisers and £l*2 splendid presents given them In
addition, consisting of a ♦tin New Blrdscll Clo
ver Holler, complete, Including rccleanhig at
tatebineiit, w bleb cleans the seed as threshed ;
ufcioCassaday sulky Plow; a ful Studelmker
Farm Wagon: Oliver Chilled Plows, Sewing
Machine, Silverware, etc. Some of (be depart
ments of the M/rniTS' Frieiul nre"Fiirm fop
les' ''The Orcliard," "Five Stock." "Tit® Pool
try Yard." " Home and Health," "Domestic K
eononiy," "Young Folks," "The Puzzler,'
"The Story Teller," "Tb Funny Place." "Sun- 1
day Heading." "The Clover la'af, l'he Apia
iw, "la'lter B.sket." "V arious Topics,' "Cor"
respondenee," "Hints for the Season," "World'
Record," etc. .Practical fanners and the best
writers contribute to It. Agent* make money
canvassing for it. Any subscriber authorized'
to act as agent. Send SO cents for a year's sub
scription, or write your name and those of your
neighbors on a postal card for free sample
copies nut our Illustrated Premium l.ist. vAil
dress, Farmer*' Frleud Pub.Co., South Head,
1 nil.
DIED.
On tlio lotii Jnsf., in Gregg township, Mrs.
Elizabeth I/ng, wlfo of Levi Long, aged 50
years, 1 month and 9 day*.
On the lth Inst., in Penn township. Miss Eve
KUznlH-th Ncese, aged !*."> years, 7 months and 2-t
days.
Mlllhelin Murkct,
Corrected every Wednesday by Gcphart
& Mussor.
Wheat, old, l.'Ki
•* new, No. 2 !<•
• •• No. 3 7 r
Corn >•
Rye so'
Qats White 40
Ruck wheat
Flour 5.00
Bran A Shorta.pm ton 2"> oo
Salt, per ttrl .... 1.75
Plaster,ground..*. L ' ' 9.00
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
Barley 50
Tvmothyseed 1.75
Flaxseed
Cloverseed
Butter
ilmus 10
Hides 11!
Veal...
Pork
BTCI
Egg* i 75
Potatoes 30
Lard 1-
Tallow
Soap 6
Dried Apples
Dried Peaches
Dried Cherries
CO A L MAIt KKT A T CO BURN.
Kg* Coal *5.00
Stove " .i.20
Chestnut 4.*>
Pea .V*n
Pea by the car load 3.20
Fifty cents per ton additional when delivered
in Miillieini.
"TIME IS MONEY!"
C. A. Slurgis' Jewelry Store
keep? a full line of
• Watches, Clocks, Necklaces,
Watch Chains, Cuff & Collar But
tons, Ringe, Plated Castors,
Spoons, Knives and Forks, Gold
Penns and Holders,
ALL AT THE LOWEST PRICE.
All repair work guaranteed. Every watch
registered when brought to the store. The
public's imtrofiage respectfully solicited.
C. A. STCRtiIS, Proprietor.
P. 11. .VPMEB, Agent 34-ly
P. H. STOVER,
DEALER IN
Clover Seed,
Flour & Feed,
Coal,
Plaster &
Salt.
emmw, m .
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4#-HIGIIEST MARKET TRICE ALWAYS
PAID.
44- A full supply of Coal, PI aster and Salt al
ways on hand and sold at the lowest price
Coal kept under rooi at all seasons of
the year.
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44-Tho pablic patronage respectfully solicit
ed. S'J-ly
J. W. STAM
is now permanently located at
Millheim,
i .
and will give prompt attention to all medical
calls at his office on
Main Street.
Try I>K, STAM'S SPECIFIC TILE MEDICINE— it
gives instant relief.
Pw
OTTERT
Millheilii, Centre Co., Pennn.
I
ULRICH & CO.,
PROPRIETORS,
would most respectfully inform tho public that;
they are now prepared to manufacture every
tnlng In their line of first class quality. They
have found a superior kind of ctay aud will
constantly keep on hand a full lino-of
CROCKERY, BREAD & PIE
DISHJS6, PLAIN & FANCY FLOW
ER POTB, STOVE COLLARS, <feo.
ysHnplng to merit the confidence of the public
q.t furnishing the best grade of ware they would
epcetfully solicit a share of its patronage. ly
I SLATE! |
The colebruted Washington Velifof
ROOFING SLATES
for Roofs. He., from the famous SI. AT KOPA'K-
ItlESor SFATINTON, I.KII Kill CO., PKNNA.
,f S *
Can Now Be Bought
AT THE MOST REASONABI.R RATES
of the undersigned who Is a practical Slate
Roofer of many 1 years experience Those In'
want of Slate ana Roofing dune can secure It
At The Lowest Rates.
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old buildings re-roofed at the !we t rates,
with ait the assistance of other mechanics. For
prices and terms call on or write lo the under
signed at 11. K. WHITMANS KISIUKNgE,.
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Broadway Street, near P. A E. Depot,
MILTON, PA.
DUAN NEFF, Agent.
SUMMERRESQRi
QPRING MILLS HOUSEI,
Sl'lllNli M11.1.S PF.NTRK COUNTY, l'A.,
TKRVINI'S OK TUB
LEWISBIMMi & TYRONE R. R. .
AXD SIX MIL tut FROM MILLHEIM.
Tills Is a new house and'newly furnished
with everything tending to comfort and con
rcnienre qf.'/uesft. Tlie air is invigorating and
perfectly free from malaria, and particularly
favorable for the restoration to health of ]>erson*'\
afflicted irith Pulmonary complaint*, Malarial
(li*order* and Hay /•Yrcr. , Near by the cele
brated Po.nn Caves, surpassing anything of the
kind known—sailing miles under ground—and
Inspecting halls of great wonder of gone hy
ages. Carriages to the cave daily. The table
la plentifully supplied with moats, milk and
fresh vegetables and fruits In seas >n, healthful
prepared and tastefully screed. Good stabling
accommodation*. . , , ;
POPt'LAR PRICES:
Per day. (less than a week,) 12 CO
Per week, (lesstlian a month) fi (XI
l'er month 20 00
All nqulrv as to Rooms and Board will be
promptly answered.
GEO. B. NAS|I, Manager.
BUY THE BEST.
POST tL CO'S
AMERICAN STUDENT LAMP.
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■< y T :|
%d isjcHE.WXH
,
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GUARANTEED THE BEST.
STRONG, STEADY LIGHT.
BIX TIMES CHEAPER THAN
GAS. By ions Experience we
are enabled to nialce tbe BEST
STUDENT LAMP MADE, and tbe
ONLY one tbat mines and lowers
tbe wick as sbown In cut. Fully
covered by letters patent. Frlce.
Nickel Elated, 85. 00. Überal
discounts to the Trade. Bend
for Catalogue. —. •* * ••• As
POST, & COMPANY,. ,
Manufacturers and Patenteei, 4
OHIO.
READERS!
VT ' %
When in want of a pair
of Boots, Shoes or Rub
bers send to
KAMP'S
in Lock Haven and you
can get them as low as in
Philadelphia, New York,
or any other place. If
they don't suit you you
can return them and get
your money back. First
rate goods at low prices,
is my motto.
JACOB KAMP.
To Country dealers, I
will sell at wholesale pri
ces, freight added.
CJ/\T TVTTFT? Onow suffering from
1 jJLrI. lljXVOwounds or disease
of any kind caused by military service are en
titled to Pension. Widows, minor children,
dependent mothers or father sof soldiers who
died from the effects of their servtoes are also
entitled. Many invalid pensioners are entitled
to an Increase. Carctu assistance given in
Delayed or Kejeeled ilniins, as many can
be allowed with but little more evidence. Com
plete instructions withreferences sent no ap
plication. t'has. A (Jeo- A. Kinsr Attor
i neys-at-Ln,w 916 F St., Washington, *D C.
B. HARRIS,
224 Market St,,
JLEWfiSISITItG,

HAVE NO COMPETITORS.
UJ.
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Our first instalments of New Spring Goods arc sold out, compolliii to
make c Second Trip to the Eastern Cities, which goods will
Arrive during this week.
*!
Space will not admit what Bargains we have got. Sufficient to gav,
• . •" •- V • * u ■ v
with our increased business facilities our patrons will always Cud
f . m
the Largest and Best Assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS!
I' ■ • * it " • 1 ~ xt +, i i
//ate, Bonnets, trimmed and untrimmcd, Feathers, Flowers, Silks, Sat F,
# • •i • v'. • , * . ••fill • %
Bibbon in all New Shades, Laces, Embroideries Drees Trimmings
in endless variety Ho siery ,Glove and orsete Ladies and Chil
' *• • • ~ W • '
dron's Shoes, Looking Glasses and
*
New Goods received every day
THROUGHOUT THE SEASON.
f\ • \" i * • • t - i
A Simple Fact —We can't be Undrsold.
B. HARRIS, „
224 Market St., Lewisbiirg, Pa.
••••*•
Cliickering* Piahos.
The Standard Piano of the World.
'> . i . * . i .; •i . t
General Agency for these magnificent Instruments is at
J R. SMITH &CO s
'•* 4' • i . • M
Nos. HO, 112, and 114 Frdnt St.,
MILTON PA.
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Cabinet Organs.
Smith, Aiiiericaii, Estey, Taylor & Parley
Bridgeport and others.
• :
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Largest Stock —Lowest Prices.
Qur sales exceed tliosc of any house in our Jhgi in the state. Buying
in iipmcnse quantities direct from the manufacturers for CASH , we defy
competition.
All Gd s are at Actual Va'iic.
So Fictitious Prices. Ail Fully Warranted.
_ j
It will pay any one contemplating the purchase of an instrument, or
anything in our line to qntlgqt quotations.
Cataloges and Prices by mail on application.
J. K. SMITH & CO.
GO TO
SIMON BROTHERS,
\ j* ■\ ) ' >
THE BOSS CLOTHIERS
for your Clothing.
45 MAIN STREET,
LOCK HAYEN.
THIS PAPER s
H niv r ftl Itall ROWELL & CO'S
Newspaper Advertising "Bureau (10 Bpruce
Street), where adver- || paig \tf% ft I#
tising contracts may fHlnlflw wiltCK'
bo iuuilo lor it iu IwEoFl llf HEmi
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE <fc RETAIL GROCERS,
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keep the largest stock In the city.
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143 MAIN STREET,
LOCK HAYEN.
ET YOUR JOB PRINTING DONE AT
THE JOURNAL OFFICE.
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