Newspaper Page Text
THURSDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1883.
BY DEININGER & BUMILLER. Cimrcli & Sunday School Directory. Evangelical. Here. B. Jlcnoft and H. A. Bcnfer, Freach'* C 07. H. A. Benter will preach next Bundny morning, English. Sunday School, IMb- M,— Rcv.C.F. Gephart.Supt Missionary Society meets on the third Mon day evening ol each month. Methodist. Rev. Farman ADORN.* Pi-oatheY-in-charge. fUinday School at 10fc A. M.-P. A Musser, Sup't Reformed. Rev. Ztr.'njM A. Yeariek. Pastor. rroaohlng In Aaronsbuag next Sunday morn ing. : United Brethren. Rev. J. O. W. Herald, Prtacher-lu-charve. buuetay school, • A. SI .—A. R. Alexander, SuDt Lutheran. Rev. John Fomlinson. Pa*tor.— Communion sei vices at St. Paul's next Sun day morning. In German. Sunday School at A.M. B' O-ifeltlnger, Supt. The Augsburg Bible Class meets every aatnr day evening at 7 o'clock. Ladies' Mite Society meets on the first Mon day evening of each month. LoiiG & Society Directory. MTT.helm Lodge. No. 955. I. O. O. F. meets in feeli hall, Penn Street, every Saturday evening. Rebecca Degree MeetniK every Thursday on or before the full moon oi each month. C. W. HAWTMAV Son. Jos. PINGK*. N*. G. Providence Grange, No. 217 P. of H., ineetsln Alexander s Mock on the second Saturday of each mo.-vtkat I>J, p. M.. and on the fourth Sa turday of each month ax IS v. M. D. IXs>R3Y. S>c. T. l. Fun Aiir, Master. The Mlllheini B. .t 1.. Association meets In the Penn street school house on the evening of the second Monday of each month, a. WAI.TKK. Sec. * B. O. PEINISGXR, Prest. The MUlheiin Cornet Band meets In the * own Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings. J. W. Foote,Sec. D.I. Brown Prct. Cantro County Democratic Com mittee for 1833. aisrmct. NAMK. r. O. AONAEST. IXeltefonte N. W, J. 31. Kelchilne, ...Bellefonte •* S. W. Chas Smith " W. W. S. A.Mcguistlop,.... " 5 oward boro. Ira C. Leathers, nownrd Uesburg " James P. Jones,... Milesburg Mlllbei!Q " F. P. Musser, MlMhelui Phlllpsburg 1 W. C.G.Herlinger, ..Phllipsourg •* 2 W. Sol Schmidt *• " 3 W. A. V. Carpenter,—. " Uidonrllle bero. P.J. McDonald,— Fleming Beuner twp. Wm. Ishler. Bellefonte B*gcs " Frank F, Adams,...Mllesburg Burnslde " Henry Meeker,—Pine Glenn Collogo " John Roon, Leiuont Curtin " John McCloskev, Roland Fergiuon O. P. J. T. McCornuck. Stae college *' V. P. L. W, Walker,... R>ck Springs Qreicg S. P. lo|in Cohlron Spring Mitls" N. P. \Vin. Luce, Farmers' Mills Haines E. P. L. B. stover, Woodward •' w. P. Geo. Bower, —Aaronsburg Half Moon twp. J. H. Grlffln,....~...Stormstown Hwrrh " D.W.Meyer .Boalsburg Howard " John Gleiiu, Howard Hustou " John L. Miles Julian l iberty " .Tames P. Leimi Blanchara Mariou " J. J. H0y,...,„ Walker Miles u Ellis Sliafer Madlsonburg Patten " Agnew Sellers, Jr Fiimore Penu " P. 11. Stover, Coburn Potter N. T. D.J. Meyer Centre Hall S. I'. Samuel Slack Tusseyvillc Rush N.P. William Cullea Philii-sburg S. P. J. T. Everly Sandy Kid-.-e Snow Shoe twp. Win. It. llaynes,...Snow shoe Spring " E.C.Wood ..Bellefonte Tavlor " Hepburn Blowers, Fowler Union " S. k. Emerick, Fleming W r aikr " Jos. Emerick, Uublersburg Worth " M. S. spotta, Port Matilda WM. C. HEINLE. - Chairman. W. MIIAS WaI.KCTI. Secretary. The Philadelphia Times is cer tainly the most enterprising and probably the most successful news paper in the United States. On the 13th iustant the Times celebrated its eighth anniversary by issuing fivi distinct papers of the usual size mak ing altogether about fifty-five square feet of printed matter— the one half of which was reading on varied but mostly'interesting subjects, while the other tvas filled with fine display ad vertising of the leading business houses of Philadelphia. The Times is a big paper and as good as big— there's no rubbing oat these facts ; but that is not saying that it is ab solutely infallible in its views of public men and ' measures. Eveu country editors will sometimes take the liberty to differ most decidedly even,with the limes. i -k 9 M&'Brumnj, ol Schuylkill county, is the last of the raoe cf greenback ers in the congress. And he will look -lonely as Lot's wife. He had better take out letters of admisistra tion and settle up the finii accouut of the pnrty. The Ohio Republicans talk of run ning a certain Mr. R. B. Hayes for Governor of that state. Let theui talk and run too, if they wish* .■. The McVeytown Journal hoists the name of Gov. B. F. Butler, of Massachusetts, for President in 1884 ' Judge Dean on Licenses. Of one hundred and seventy-three ap plications for liquor license before the courts of Cgmbria county eighty were refused. In refusing them Judge Dean stated his reasons, in part, as : ♦'Taking the applications and the pop ulation of the county, to grant all would make one drinking place for a bout every,two hundred and sixty-four inhabitants of the county, including men women and children. Assuming that uoue but meu drink, we deduct tour-fifths, leaving a drinking place for every 56 men. Assuming that only one half the men drink, leaves one drinking place for every 28 men over 21 years of age. We doubt if another county in the state shows so large a pro portion as this. It is too many taverns for the population." The floods of the west baye, to some degree fubsided, but in their wake have left maey troublesome aQ d fatal dis ease*. The Work of Reform. No legislature has ftfrsembhHl since the adoption of the new constitution which has accomplished as much in the same space of time PS the bodv now in session. "Furtlrermore it is to be said that more legislation of an important cnaracier is under consideration in the present legislature' than was evf r found on the files of aov of its predecessors. For the first time since the constitu tion of 1573 became the fundamental law of the state has any effort been made by U* legislature to enforce by appropriate legislation the provisions of that instrument on the sul ject f dis crimination iu charges of carrying com panies. For the first time in many years have the institutions which are supported by the state's bounty been required to give an account of their ex penditures before their appropriations were renewed. For the first time, too, in the history of modern legislatures have useless offices been abolished aud the number of officials reduced. While the legislature is entitled to great credit for this work, and for the origination of some of it, to the sug gestions of Governor Pattison's inau gural address and special message much 1 of it is certainly due.l I*l he predictions so freely made by certain newspapers thaMhe governor and the legislature would not act in liermony have been thoroughly disproved by the logic of events. In the accomplishment of the reforms for which'this', legislature will be distinguished the executive and leg iolative departments have worked to gether without the sign of discord. This is as it should be and both the legislature and the governor will be applauded for it.— Patriot. Miscellaneous. Rev. A. S. Keyser, of Pottsville, was recently tried by a committee of minis ters on the chaige of breach of promise, found guilty and disposed from his of fice. The Ohio style of Treating Bribers. Co LtJMnrs, March 12.—The motion for a new trial in the case of J. D. Wat son ,convicted of offering bribes to Repre sentative Bloch, was overruled to-day and the accused was sentenced to the penitentiary for one year. One way to pay a State d bt. ASHVILLJC, March 15.—The bill to settle the State debt at fifty cents on the dollar, with three per cent, interest, as it came from the House of repre sintatives, to-day passed the Senate and awaits the Governor's signature. Before dipping a new pen into ink, thrust it into a fresh-cut potato,and the ink will never cling. When the pen is , thickly gummed with dried ink, a few thrusts will clean it perfectly. Wtien not in use some accountants leave their pens sticking into a potato kept on the desk for the purpose. Dr. Oast Found not Guilty. We copy the following Chester dis patch, Press : "The jury in the case of Sam uel Gast, the cancer doctor, charged with manslaughter, in having caused the death of Mrs. James Armstrong, whom he treated for cancer to day re turned a verdict of not guilty."—.Ex. ADVICE TO XOTIIEBH. Are you disturbed at night and broken of your rent by a sick child suffering and crying wiih paiu of cutting teeth ? II so, send ut once and get a bottle of Mas. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYKCP roa CHILDREN TKETUINO. Its valun Is incalculable. It will relieve the p<K>r little suf ferer immediately. Depend upon It, mothers, there Is no mistake about It. It cures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates tlie stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re duces inflammation, and gives tone and eni rgy to the whole system. Mas WINSU)W SOOTH ING SYRI'P FOK CHILD HKN TEETHINO is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of one of the oldest and best female physicians and nurs es in the United States, and is for. sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 23 rents a bottle. A Stricken Family. DANVILLE, Pa., March 12.—The family of Dauiel Heimbauch, consist ing of fourteen persons,li\iug near this place, were attacked with typhoid fever a couple of weeks ago. So malignant was the type that tlie entire family were down at one time. Two of the children died almost immediately and were buried by the neighbors, not one of the family being able to leave their rooms. Last week the father and two more of the children died and the three were buried in one grave. Three of the remaining are not expected to recover. A Maryland Preacher's Pie. From tlie Dorcliester Kra. The members and friends of the Meth odist Episcopal Church at East New Market called upon tlie pastor, Rev. T. O. Ayers, oil Saturday night, and pre sented him a "Dorchester pie." It was a very peculiar sort of pie. The bottom crust was a sack of corn ; the top crust was a purse of gold ; tlie filling was made up of sausage, hams,coffee,sugar, cake, lard, fruit, honey, crackers, eggs, jelly, butter, hominy, potatoes, hosiery —yes,a pie with a stocking in it — handkerchiefs, chocolate, catsup, dried fruit, fresh pork, beef, etc. It was a big pie—a whole wagonload of pie. |jl. jjjolet, Nos. 317 & 319 AKCII ST., PHILADELPHIA. RATES REDUCED TO $2.00 PER DAT, The traveling public will BtiU find at this Hotel the same liberal provision for their coin fort. It is located in the Immediate centres of business and places of amusement and the dif ferent Rail-Road depots, as well as all parts ot the city, are easily accessible by Street Cars constantly passing the doors. It offers special inducements to those visiting the city for busi ness or pleasure. Your patronage respectfully solicited. Jos. M. Feg-er, Proprietor. L&GAL ./?.'> VERTISEME.XTS. AUDITOR H* ANNUAL NTATEMRNT FOR MILLHKIM BOROUGH. . Jonathan Barter, trwist*cr in *ocivn4 with said Iwirouah. DR. March IS, 1882, To Cash from J. C. Smith, treasurer for 1881 21 61 March 12,18*3. To('ash from Sam. Welser, Jr., Collector for JBBI 82 87 To Cash from W. R. Alexander, Colh clor for 1880 14 SO To Cash of Circus fees 17 <0 To Cash of Ones 5 80 To amount of Duplicate £>73 69 1714 47 March 12,1883, CR. By Cash to John Stoner. work on road, (1881) No. 7 ........ 2 ?.9 " " " David Ulrlch, work on road, (1881) No. 8 .. W " " "K. Bartholomew, work on roud, (1881) No. 15... 50 • " " " Thos. liockman, woik on roud, (Issi) No. 19... 125 " " " ,f. \V. Adams, work on road, (1881) No. 25 50 " " "J. W. snook, construe'. tlonof crossings, (1881) No. 40 27 50 ,i .. •• George Peters, hauling t (1882) No. 43 ~ *.....a. 125 " " " Sam. Wclser. Jr.. serv ing notices (1882) No. 40 8 " " " Jacob Klsi nluith. J. P. services, <1882) No. 49' 2 30 " " " K Bartholomew, burial * of carcass, (1882) No. 50 125 " " " Detained* & Rumlller, minting. (18S2) No. 51 10 no •* " '* J. W. Snook, graveling road,<lßß2) No. 52 2 00 " " " ilgdi Musser. wrrkw road, (1882) Na 54 4 00 " " u Jerome Splgclmvcr, 6 cfos-inrrs, (1 882) No. 55 47 40 " •* ** Jacob snnVeV, id*nk, (1882) No. 56 8 00 " •* " Jacob Alter, \\xik on road, (1882) No. 57 3 25 •' 's • David Miller, work on road. <ISB-.) Na 58 1 oo H •• !,.(,!■ Walisa, work, on road (1882) No. 59 6 00 " " " John Stuner, work on road, (1982) No. 60 10 75 " " "K. C. c'amoheU, work on load. (1082) N0.n1.. 575 ~ . „ T| JOS< Jioekinan, mak inx handles, (1882) Nq. 82- ; :. SO " " "J. 11. B. Hartman. mak ing handles, (1882) No. 63 50 " " " John A. .Miller, work on road, (18S2) No. 84 .. 101 , i, Henrv Brown, work on road. (1882) No 65 2 t<7 •* " " Jacob Keen, work on , •road. No. I W " " "" 1). L. Z' l by. work on road. (1882) No.t7 1 50 " " " Jon.Kie.Unef-, work on mad. (1882) No 08 4 75 " " • " Win. H. Ilennev. work on road, (1882) No 69 .. 7-0 " " " 11. F. Miller, work ou road, (1882) N0.70 SO " " "J.W.Adams work on road. (1882) No. 71 1 75 " " " Jacob Hartley, work ou • road (1882) No. 72 2 50 " " " Win. S. Maize, work on road (1882) No. 73 5 25 " " " K Bartholomew, ser vices (1882) No. 74 12 56 ~ .. c eorue nierly, hauling lumber (1882) No. 75.... 10 71 " " " John G. Musser, eon-t . * sDuctlon of crossing, (1882) No. 76 6 W " " " Mark Mooney. work on road (1882) No. 77 4 00 " " " Gisewlte A Snook, lum ber. (1882) No. 78 32 48 " " '■ John Swartz. work on roaa < 1883) No. 79 ........ 187 " " '* Jacob Alter, work ut l>o;ii dwalk (18S3; No.Bo 300 " " " Uriah Reifsnydcr.work ut boardwalk, (1S83) No. 81. 1 50 " " " Thorn. Hockinan, work at boardwalk, (1S83) No. 82 1 50 " " "K. Bartholomew, ser vices (18K!) No. 83 1 00 " " "P. A. Cuniiller, services (1883) No. 84 18 00 " " *' It. A. Buuiille.r. bill of D. F. Fonnry for pro fessional services (1883) No. 85 10 00 " " ".George l'eters, balanee on baullng (1583) No. 83 100 " " " Musser & Smith, hard ware, (18S3) No. 87 3 37 " " "S. G. Gutelhis, burial of carcass (1883) No. 88 150 By exoneration 20 By treasurer's enmjuisston ou mo neys paid 5 74 By collector's percentage on du plicate 28 67 By-Cash paid 8.0. Deininger, for aud.t, 1 day 1 00 " " " ,1. 11. B. Haitmun, for audit, 1 day. 1 00 J. It. Bulr, for audit 1 day 1 00 " " " It- A. Bumiller, Clerk 1 day - 1 00 By note given to council - 398 74 #714 47 OI'TSTANDIN'J TAXES. Samuel welser. Jr., Collector of borough taxes for the year ltfcl, DR. March 12th. 1883, To Balance due on du plicate, 38.30 By exoneration?!. 80 " percentage ou duplicate, 14.22 - 18.02 To Balance due borough #23.28 .Jonathan Ilarter and H. H. Welser. Overseers of the Poor/or the borough of MUUieim In ae -•> • count Willi said borough. DR. Marcli 13.1882, To ('ash from Mark Mooney and D. A. Mi sscr,form er overseers 92 57 March 12,1*83, Toamouut of dupli cate .. 53;", 57 To Balance due overseers ........ 202 #530.56 March 12.1833, CR. By Cash paid J. 1.. Snangter. pro fessional services in case of Francis Uote 10 00 " '1 A. 0< Furst, prof&s- . . . eiona] se'-vioesin Caso of Anna Nathan 500 " " •* for costs in wit of tho Overseers of Mill helm boro vs Potter twp.. [case of A. Weagleyl 43 70 " " " for costs in suit of Francis Rote ...... 23 25 " " " Dr. D. 11. Minirle for medical services 3 0# " " " I)r. .1. W. Mam, for medical services 4 'JO " " " for maintenance of • poor as follows: Michael Smith 86 90 Alexander Weacley 78 HO Jos. & Ad'ni Funster 93 67 John Hnrter. 104 00 Maria Darter 82 51 " " " I). L. Zerby for lax du lieate 175 " " " Jonathan Darter for expenses to Beliefonte 300 " " " Jonathan Harter for services 10 00. , "" ** V. H. H. Weiser,services Hi O)- By Percentage on diiinicace 26 80 By Cash paid Jon. K reamer for keeping A. Weagley 13 weeks In 1881 43 58 By Balance due overseers ut settle ment „ 202 . #O3O 96 We. the undersigned Auditors have examined the above accounts and finding tliein correct do hereby approve the SHIUP. B. O. DKININCEK. ) J. H. B. HAUTMAN, J Auditors. J. R. BAIR, ) Attest: 11. A. BUXILLKK, Clerk, ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-Letters of an mi ii Ist rat lon on the estate of Elizabeth Bracht, late of Penn township, dee'd, having been.granted to the subscriber, ail persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are hereby requested to make immediate payment and fiiose having claims to present them duly proven for settlement, renn township, Feb. 22. 1883. JOHN BRACHT. 8-6t • Administrator. ADMINISTRATORS NOTlCE.— Letters OF admtnistration on the estate of S. M. Winter, lap' of Miles township, deceased, hav ing been granted to the undersigned, all per sons indebted to said estate are hereby untitled to make immediate payment, and those having claims to present them duly authenticated for settlement. SAMUEL FRANK, Administrator. Reberslnirg, March 22.1883. BBf B ■■ people are always on the look- Bjm BW k out for chances toinciease tlieir ff fl and in time become those who do uot im prove their opportunities remain in poverty. We offer a great chance tQ make money. We want many men, women; boys and girls to work for us riglrt in their own localities. Any one can do the work projasrly from the first start. The business will pay mote than ten or dinary wages. Expensive outfit furnished free. No one who engages fail 9 to make money rap idly. You can devote your whole time to the work, or only your spare moments. Full in formation'and All that is needed sent fret. Address & Co., Portland, Maine. Lewisln and Tyrone Railrcad Time We. ULiVU WESTWARD. 1 s 1 ® A - *• 4- M. P.*. P- *• P* MoWl;ihd<>Tl 7 l\ r > 2.06 t>-00 7.45 Lewlsburg 7.35 10115 2.20 Kali <1 round 700 10,13 2.25 Blelil 7. to 10.27 2.35 V'cksbilrg .7.45 JlLTii 2.40 MiflUuburg atJOarlf.oo ar 2.55 *'.>(• 51> v MU1m0nt...........152 ~ • 3.2S Lanrelton 8.33 " 5.40 Wlker Hull .8.57 - - 4.08 Cherry KUD 9J3p.i-j , 4.25 Fowler „. if ...p.5s 4.47 (Johnrn 9.45 ' 5.00 Spring Mlll*rlu.4s nr. 5.30 LKAVB EASTWARD. . . ' r 8 '■ 4 * 10 4 1 A- M- P. M. • Soring Mills.*- 5.50 1.80 Coburn 8 i 2.20 Fowler 6.28 2.33 ' (berry Hun,.... C.48 2.55 Wlkrr Hun 7.05 3.15 Lnufeltou 7.30 3.40 M4l kn0ut,........ '740 3.52 8, ¥. Mlffllnburg 8.00 11.45 4.15 P. M. ' Vloksburg. 8.15 12.10 4.t2 Uiehl 820 12.17 4. PAIr <s.tviod .... A. M. 8.30 12.33 4.48 r. M. I.PwWwg.....R.!fi 6.45 12.50 5.10 7,18 Mnntundtni ar. 0.40,ir.0.00ar 1,06av.5.20 W 7.48 !<o*. 1 and 2 conned at Montaudon with Kri* Mall West; 3 and 4 with Sea Shore Mtgtcas Fast ; 5 aiul 0 with Day Express and Niagara Express West; 7 and 8 with Fast Line West; 9 and 10 with William spurt Accommodation Kant. Japanese Crepe. In order to introduce our Japanese Crepe goods we will send postpaid to any address on receipt of fitly cents, or 17 three-cent stamps, the followimr: 1 wiinjow banm r. si/.c 13 by 24 Inches, with rich color and deep border; 1 tidy, by II inches, v'iy hiuulsomc; 1 lamp mat 27metesto circumference, perfectly lovely; 1 wall screen, large and handsome. Address E. Florence & Co., P. (]„ box ISO", South ltcnd, Indiana. : CHEAPEST BOOK in the World The New American Dictionary. PRICE ONLY SI.OO. CONTAINS 1000 KtfGK'AVIXUS and 100 PAGES MOIIK Til AN. OTIIKK UOOK or TUB KIND hvrn PUBLJttyjKD. This useful and elegant volume Is a Library and Knc\ clopcdiaof gener al knowledge, as wall.as the best Diction-.ry hi the world. Superbly'boiind in cloth aud gilt. No pocket affair hut* a, large volume Contains every useful word hi the English language, with its Due meaning, spelling and pronunciation, and a vast dmoiuit of -necessaiy Information upon Science. Mylhuiogy. Biography. American 11 Is ml y, insolvent land ami Interest laws, etc., being a PPiirKCT Y.IBKAKT or Ktr- KESCE. Webster'* Dictionary costs *9.po. the New Am eiicati costs only $1 .00. Read whit the Press Srs. either in price, finish or cou'enta."—TUß AD VOCATE. Worth t£htithes the money."—Thi- DUNCANP Pa hn KJL ' , A perfect dictionary and library of lelerenqd'Vl.wijk ILLUS. NMWS. "We liuve frequeTit occasion to use the New .5- mcrlcrn I Met iontigy,ty->)*■ office and regard it tfHl worth the I'NIO*. "With thi New AjmyyjKt Dictionary In the li brary for r&fere iier'.t in any other much more ex pensive works can W dispensed Willi, and ig norance of his country...history, business, law, etc. ts Inexcusable iu *ay man."—tJciKsiTino A MKKK AS "There's more real worth than tn im at books at ten tiinestbe cost."—N.Y. WORLD Prlwe, $1 UO, postpaid; 2 for $1.75. Extraordinary Offer. will get up a Club of Ton at sl.ou each we will send KHL-K as a premium the American Watei hury-Stem Whtd Watiß. For CLL'll of 15 we will send five a Solid Silver Hunting Case Watch* For CLUB of )we acrid free, a Ladies' Solid . Gold Hunting Case Watch. For CLUB of 50 we will wd free. Gents' Solid G< Id Huntjng Case Watch. Send a I>ollar at once Tor a sample copy. You run easily secure one of thise walclies hi day or two or during your leisure time evening*. As to our reliability we can refer to the pub lisher of ibis pa|>er. the commercial agencies or auy express Co.. in this cltv. Address WOULD MANUFACTURING < 0.. 122 NASSAU STKLLT, NEW YORK. M Si #% ■■not, Itfe is sweeping by, go and USh xte. I dure before you die, something BiCuS I mighty and sublime leave be -1 hilidw conquer time." shl a week n your awu town. s"> outfit free. .No risk. Everything new.- Capital not required. We will furnish you everything. Many are making loitmics. Ladle* umke as much as men.* and boys and' ghls make great pay. Reader, If you want business at which you can ninke great pay all tin? time, write for p.trtlcu lars to 11. 11. MAXXBTT & Co., Portland, Maine. P. H. STOVER, DEALER IN Clover Seed, Flour & Feed, Coal, Plaster & Salt. cmwm* m. *. \f* • • * -lIIGHEST MARKET FRIL'K "ALWAYS FAIL). I li. *9-A full supply of £oal. Plaster and Salt al way im baud aud sold at the lowest prtea #-Coal kept under rpot at all seasons of tbo year. * • • r f-The public patronage respectfully sollct ed. 391Y TWO UOOD BODIS. r"i-xmW s Information for the People; or 1001 Things Worth Knowing. comprising the history and mystery of everything in common use. Crahb"'* Ilftlidy Cyclopedia; or Explana tion of Words and Things connected with all the Arts and Sciences, illustrated with over 50,- engravings nicely bound he cloth. gilt, sire about 6by 8 inches and nearly tffto Laches thick, lie, tails at $1.50. Sample of either to ogenls only, for #l. or both for 2. Add-reas E. Brent & Co. south Bend. Indianp. JJVJTRA FA MIL Y BIBLES, UTOGIIA PII A LB VMS, JP HESENTATION BIBLES, g UN DA Y SCHOOL BIBLE S, gTA NDA RD SCHOOL BOOK'S, g USD A Y SCHOOL SUPPLIES, -YYEBSTEII'S DICTIONARIES, TIME BOOKS, LEDGERS, DA YBOOKS, RECORDS; HU • ITNOLD'S EL ULTI, SCHOOL INKS, PHQ TQGRAPH A LIIUMS, gTA TIONER Y, PAYEES.' EN V ELOPES, STEREOSCOPES AND LARGE VARIE r I * TY OF FANCY GOODS 'FOR SALE AT 'pHE "JOURNAL OTORE, | THE LOWEST PRICKS. \ FARMERS! I If you want free sample copies of the largest and best agricultural 'paper in tire country write yours and your neighbors' names on a postal card and mail it st Firners' friend Pub. Co.. South Bendy hut. Price 50 cents a year aud Premiums to everyeuUMrUKT. ; —THE MILLHEIM MARBLE WORKS Is the Oldest, The largest, The heapest, The Most Reliable, The Most Successful Establishment of its Kind in this part of Pennsylvania. !DEHmT GEEIE2, <2z ZL/CTXSSZELIE?,, PiioPEißroEa MIItLMEIM, ■' S*A. * \ /tIMA k made at home hy the iu £ W o'js. Best business now l> til ■ fore the public. Capital no, need— w We will start you. Men, women boys and girls wanted everywhere to work for us. Now is the time. You can work In spare time, or give your whole time to the business. No other business will pay you near ly as well. No one cun fail to in ike enormous pay, by engaging at once. CoMly outfit and terms free. Mouev made fist, easily, and hon orably. Andrews Tw t A Co.. Augusta, Maine. D. H. LENKER; M ANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN FURNITURE, Aaronsburg, Penna. Chamber Suits, Bureaus, Lounges, Bedsteads, Stands, Marble-Top Centre Tables, Breakfast Tables, Dinincr Tables, Extension Tables, Sideboards, Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen Furni ture, Cane or Wood Seat Chairs. Rockers, Spring Beds, Wire, Wool and Hair Matresscs, every style of Mould ings for Picture Frames. Frames of any size made to order. Undertaking a Speciality. 1 keep a complete Hoe ot undertak er's goods always on hand. Having a Branch Shop in Millheim, I can accommodate customers at either place. A share of public patronage re spectfully solicited. 50-6 m Get the Best. Webster's Dictionary is the best. Every fam ilyshould have a copy. Allison's Webster's Dictionary contain! ng over 300 Illustrations, 50- 000 words and phrases, pronouncing vocabula ry of scripture and proper names, list of mytho logical and classical names. United States cen sus for 1880 and many other useful tables. Post paid for only 50 cents. Address E. Florence A Co., P. O, box 1860, South Bend, Iml. H A TRUITO ANRURSON A-SMITH, MB § E* |J I \ fjoPcltor. of U. t- and Kor |fi I Lll !Ua T I'H I-nil. No. "tH)b v ~,h Si :xt. cor. (1, opp. U. H. Pat ent Of.l'-c, Washington. \ V. Correspondence BO ltclti. \o ho pe for adv'ce. No fie charged uii lew Patent li llowcd. Itcfcronecs. I*WIB Jnlmm fCo„ Bankers, and Postmaster, W tilaglon. FA it. aaiphtut of lastroefieati free. Great Bargains 1 tky Furniture, Carpets, Sewing Machines, China and Silverware, &c. For the next two weeks we will offer our immense stock at a great reduction from ORIGINAL COST. V* . * Consisting of Furniture of evorv description, Parlor and Chamber Suits, Library, Dining-Jtoom and Kitchen Furniture. Chairs, Lounges, Patent Rockers, Rattan and Reed Chairs in great variety. Mattresses of tho finest curled hair to the cheapest straw. Springs cf cycry description. An unusual large stock of CARPETS, RUGS, MATTS, Ottomans, Hassocks,vFoot Rests, Commodes <fcc. All to be slaughtered for TWO WEEKS ONLY previous to taking our annual account of stock. When you remember we occupy over 33000 feet of Floor Space packed FULL OF STOCK you can lorni n:i idea of the extent of our stock; We would advise all who contemplate buying anything in our liuo for the next year to avail themselves of these bargains while our stock is complete and oui lines un broken. In order to give you some idea of the Bargains we are now Offering We quote you some of our Leading Painted Chamber Suits $15.00 Reduced from $ 25.00 Solid Walnnt Chamber Suhs.- - 28 00 41 - 40.00 " " Hair cloth Parlor Suits—33.oo <4 " 50.00 . 44 14 em bossed jdush parlor suits 75.00 J 41 41 125.00 Extra Super Carpets- - 05 " 44 1.00 Choice 4 * " 75 41 41 1.10 Rag Carpets - --30 to 60c. " 45 to 90 Brussels " - 50 to 85e. 44 44 85 to 1/25 French china Pinner Setts 75.00 44 44 .. 150.00 Sewing Machines 18 to 25.00 41 44 40 lv> 50.00 J. R. SMITH & CO., ■ Established 1841* ' TIE FORSYTE HUE COM; YOUXGSTOWX, d,| Manufacture all kinds of FIRST QUALITY ■ REASONABLE PRICES. I Send for Catalogue. Letter Preens, WAREHOUSE TRUCKS, 'unlum "y.OTJIR, BOOTS &c SHOES I. . . -A.T | • J". KAMPS XjQCSC HAVEU, FA. A. SIMON & SONS, WHOLESALE £ RETAIL tiROCERS, keep the largest stock In the 143 MAIN STREET, LOCK HAVEN. GO TO SIMON BROTHERS, THE BOSS CLOTH J EES for your Clothing. 45 MAIN STREET, LOCK HAVEN. ! North Second Street, Half a square south of the L. &. T. R. R. Depot, ■ LEWIS BURG, PA. New and commodious Building; Equipped in all departments with en tirely new Furniture. No efforts spared to make the , BAKER HOUSE a pleasant, comfortable Home to all guests. An excellent Livery attached. * i VV, N, BAKER, Proprietor. ; s iwBBBWm * i | i, w ?.l7 ai,t £f , .!. he niot perfect Feree-lteefl Vcrttllwr DrlM !■ eitefmre. SCaVnr cln e " ,ur . A. 13. KAHqi HAK, l trk, Pit. Pennsylvania Works, STEAM ENGINES, JHHh , ' AM,*mA. B. ZARQVB4B, York, Pa. FAEWBAB X27STOSZ COBN PLANTU - \SJpk WmUU ihe tost errri cirnppar tod nwit la uw