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THUR PAY, MARCH 29TH, 1883. BY DMNINGBR & BUMILLER. Urnrcli & Sniiday SGIIGOI Directory. Evangelical. rJZcvs. 71. Iknpst and 11. A. ll~nfer, T reach'i Quarterly meeting at Gieru Grv> NOXA FUN Jay. Presiding Elder Swcnglo 1; EXPECTED to be present. SUNDAY SEBORJ, HOR. XT.—TB'v.C.F. Cepbart.Siqit Missionary Sorjety MEETS OU THE third Mon •U.iy evening ot each uuuiih. Methodist. /?<•". Furman Adam* Prcachcr-tn charge. Sunday School at v. XT —l>. A Miiser, SUP'T Deformed. /?*R. Zizlr.gli .4. Ycarick. Pastor. Communion services in A.ironMnu'g no\t Sun day morning. English. Preparatory services ou Saturday afternoon. Mile society moots regularly on the flritTues day evening of each month. Unitei Brethren . Jfev.J. (r. ll*. / Irraid, ' itegu'.ar pieaehiuir mxt Sunday fort neon, buuday REBOOT, 9 A. XI.—A.'K. Alexander, Sunt Luthofato. Her. John To.nlinson. Pastor.— Preaching in Miillieim at 2ls P. M., English, and in Aaiousburg in ihc evening, also English. Sunday School at A.M. B*_O* L\::ni tiger. Supt The Ainrsburg P.ihle Class meets every Satur- v evening at 7 o'cloek. I.adies Mite Society MEETS on the first Mon day'EVENING of each month. Leiie & Soioly fflnSUrj. MlUtielni T.odce. No. b.Y>, I. O. O. F. meets in new hall, L enn Street, < verySaturdayevening. Lei)< eea I'egree MEETING everv Thursday on IV THE ,U, L MOON or eaeh'inouth. C. W. HAM-MAN. See. .ION. PINOKS. N. G. 1 1 \ nlenee (i range. NO. 217 P. of 11.. lneetsin A.E\aiu>er s Mock on the second Saturday of EACH niont.iat IV,. I\ M.. ;I 11,-4 ON the fourth SA turdav of each MONTH at I 1 R. XT. T. T. FKII VUD,Master. MIILHEIM IF. T„ .Vss,Hdation meets in tne 1 enn MREET school HOUSE on the evening of the second Monday of each month. V. !<t ,Sl ' c ' i) - PKININOKR, Prest. lhe Miilheim Cornet Hand meets in the P L .V RT " MONDAY and Thursdav evenings. J. w. L oote. Sec. I>. I. Frown Pres t. Centre County Democratic Com mi:ta3 for 1833. PISTRKT. NAME. P. O. APORHSS IteUef'Mite N. \V. ,1. \F. Reiehdne, ...Bellefonte S. W. Chas Smith *• " W. W. S. A. WcQaistion,.... '• Howard boro. Ira C. Lent iters, Howard MileSwurg DAMES p. .ones, .. Mil -BINU Miilheim " F. !'. Musser. ....... MUlheim Pnflipsburg 1 XV. C.. Herlingvr. .. Philips urg 2 W. Sol Schmidt 3 W'. A. V. Carpenter " F nionville bero. 1*.,1. MenonaUl,- Fleming ) tenner tivp. WM. Ishler eUefonte Bogrs " Frank F. Adami?,— Miiesbnrg Rurnsldo " Henry Mrvker Fin ' Glenn College " ile.ii: lo on Lcmont Cnrtin " dohn MeClos'.cev Roland Ferguson O. I'. J. T Mc"ornite"k.*Stae'l ollege N. P. L. \V. Walker,— Rock Vpriags Grecg S. L'. J<>hn CoUlrou Spring Mills " N". I*. Win. Luce, Farmers' Mills Haines E. I'. 1,. 11. Mover Woodward \V, P. Geo Bower, Aaroitsburu Half Moon twp J. H. (irithn, Storir>to'.vii Harrix " I). W.Meyer, Boalsburg #lloward " dolm Glenn Howard Huston " dohn L Miles Julian Liberty " James P. Leiun Kianeharu M : nun " J. J. Hoy, Walker Miles •• Ellis Shafer Madisonberg PATBUI L" Agnew Sellers. Jr Kiitnote Penn " p. H. Stover, T'dhurn Potter! N. P. 1). .J. Meyer CENTRE LI ill S. P. Samuel Slack Tus-seyville Rush X. P. William Cullen.....Phili sbu>'G " S. I*. J. T. Everlv Sandy Bulge Snow Shoe twp. Win. U. llayues,...Siio\v shoe Spring K.C.Wood Bellefonte Taylor 44 Hepburn Blowers Fowler Union 4 * S. K. Kmeriek, Fleming Waikfcr 44 Jos. Einerick, liublersburg Worth 44 M. s. spotts, . PorEMatilda WM. C. HEINLE. Chairman. W. Miles W.*IKFK. Secretary. SPRAGUE ENDORSED. Nominated by th© Democratic Con vention cf Rbod© Island. The Democratic 'State Convention met to day. An informal ballot for Governor reculted : Whole number cf votes, 9B ; "WJilliaras, 77 ; Charles R. Cutter.lS : scattering, 3. Mr. Sptague was then nominated for Governor by a rising vote, only seven delegates voting agaiust ltim. AJ'committee was ap pointed to confer with a committee ot the Independent or SpragueConvention, hetd last weeu, to filling the remainder of the ticket. The commit tee of conference :eported the following nominations : Lieutenant Governor, Charles 11. George, Providence ; Sec retary of State, Warren li. Perca, Prov idence.; Attorney General, William Sayles,Providence ; General Treasurer, James B. Oottrell,Newport. The nom inations were accepted. The committee on resolutions report ed that it was inexpedient to report a platform at this time. The report was accepted and the convention adjourn ed. A. D. Harlan,of Coatsville, has been nominated as the republican candidate for state senator to fill the j vacancy caused by the resignation of I Senator Everhart, in the 19th (Ches- j ter county) district. He is said to be a Cameron man and his election is a foregone conclusion. The deni-1 ocrats have nominated Dr. L. B. Obcrholtzcr, of Phocnixville. The nev\ r postage law will go into effect Oct lsc, 1883. The postage will be reduced from three to two cents, and the new two-cents stamp Mill contain teh portrait of Washing ton and not of Gen. Grant, as is gen erally supposed. The bill to exempt building and , Loan Associations horn state eorpor- i Ltion taxes passed the house finally on the 20th inst. ( < Gov. Butler, of Massachusetts , Feems to hive entered the President- < ial race in earnest. < i President Arthur goes to Florida ( to recruit his health. , Deatliof Poat IVlast.or General Howe KKNTASHA, Wis., March 25.— Hon. T. O. Howe, postmaster general, died at 2.20 o'clock this afternoon, at the residence of his nephew, CM. Joseph 11. Howe. lie contracted a severe cold a we I; itgn at Greenbay and re turned to Kena.sha. Ho was veiy ill till Satuiday when he scenud to im ' prove. His physicians pronounced his -lilment pneumonia. Ho was taken woise 0:1 Saturday night .mil sank rap idly,passing away peacefully this uftcr- I noon. [Timothv O. llowe was one of the founders ef tho republican paity in Wisconsin and represented that stab 1 i in the Coiled States senate for many years, lie was a prominent actor in the impeachment of President Andrew Johnson and figured conspicuously in the reconstruction legislation of the period immediately following tho war. He was dt feated for ie-< lection to the senate in IS7D, Ids successor being the late Matt Carpenter. On the ictire ment of Postmaster Geneial James from tlie cabinet of President Arthur Mr. Ilowe was appointed to the vacan cy] . Judge Black on Presidential Gun di dates. Judge Black last week gave his views i to a reporter at Pittsburg on the prob • a' le candidates for President. Begin ning with lllaine the Judge said : lie has not got the standing he had among political men a few years since. Those ' who weie Ids strong supporters then 1 will not give him their strength. El - has not a ghost of a show. The 1 man who looks to me as tho most prob -1 able R u publiean Presidential candid ite is Senator Conger.of Michigan. 1 have heard Ids name mentioned in a quiet way among prominent men. lie has the elements of a leader. lie is not an eloquent or brilliant man, but be lias got tie stuff in him, more tnan hid Blaine and Gaifield combined. Conger has no enemies. Ilia record b>th pri vate and public, iscDan. Are you a I Republican ? Then tie to Conger. A -1 ruong the Democrats llendricks is not a candidate. McDonald, 1 warm friend of mine, will, if he receives the nomin ation, be elected. But Hancock is my man. He has been honest, his life has been given to his country. - 1 - -O** ————— f.nec cupful anil .Satisfactory. Lot carping critics say what they will, 110 state administration since that of Francis It. Shunk was more thor oughh devoted to the public interest than is that of Robert E. Pattison. And what is more the ieople under stand and appreciate the fact. Thus far the administration has not only satisfied popular expectation, but it has been successful beyond the most sanguine hopes of its friends in impress ing its policy upon the legislature. The administration won the battle to make Reformer Page controller of Phil adelphia. It was equally successful in making Reformer Garrett a member of the board of public charities. Its ad vice that the useless and expensive of fice of sealer of weights and measures be abolished was also accepted by the legislature. Oilier measures relating to honest government recommended by the gov ernor have received favorable attention from the lawmakers. This is a reco:d to begin with ot which the democrats of Pennsylvania may feel justly proud and which ought not to afford an ex cuse for any honest independent to op pose reform legislation recommended by Governor Pattison, even if it should be 111 the shape of fair apportionment bills. — Patriot. - THE TOT A L A MOI; NT propi iated by the Forty-seventh Congress,j Ist al - over two-hui died and twen ty nine million dollars—in exact figures $229,327,511. Of this amount eighty six million doll,us is for pensions. The Army comes in for nearly twenty-five million ; the Navy for fifteen millim ; the noble Red Man fir over five million-; the Post Ofiice Department forty-four million • and the Legislative budget 1 twenty million.four hundred and sixty I four thousand dollars. The Agricul tural Department is remembered by an appropriation of four hundred and five thousand doll irs. The aggregate ap propriations last year amounted to two hundred and ninety-five million. The reduction is owing to the popular ex pression in favor of economy last fall, which had its effect even upon a Re publican Congress. The next House will be democratic, and the people will look for a still greater lopping off of uu necessaiy expenditures. IT is probable that Colonel Ochiltree will earn his salary as Congressman by his eff >rts to make the government be lieve he ought to have it. At all e vents, he Feems determined to worry the Treasury officials to death or make them think his way about it. Ochil tree got behind in his account with the government some thousands of dollars while Marshal of Texas and the govern ment now claims the light to make it self whole by withholding his salary as Congressman. Perhaps this is the right way, but it would probably be easy to apply the same ruling to many others. As relevant to the Ochiltree case it has, within a few days, been stated thai President Arthur had nev er settled his accounts as Collector of Customs at New York and that he is in arrears several thousand dollars If the rule is worth anything fir one it certainly should be for another .—Phila* dclphia Times. TICK CASK OF ISRAEL EBB, U. LAST one Of the fuui niurdeiei's of the old •+ZiitzU'r couple, now conllnid in llio Snyder county jail under sentence ot death, was 'lk lore 11m boMki of por tions the oilier Tuesday. Hon. A. 11. Dill, who seems t > be strongly impress ed with the conviction that, lab is in nocent of the Kiut/.ler murder appeared for the condemned m m and made a strong idea for him. Mr. Dill opened the argument for the lilt) ( f the old man with much emotion. It was easi ly percepti' le that his heart was in his woik. He first confined his retnaihs to a restatement <f the f.n 's for tlm benefit of the new board. Refeniitg to the fact that Governor Hojt had not issued Kth's dath warrant ; that the old board considered the care as hear ing so much weight as to hold"it under advisement, he s'ated that if the board refused to interfero and the governor should issue the warrant of execution, it. would be the first instance of the kind in which an incoming governor shouldered the responsibility of the one outgoing. He then prreeedid in his plea whieli was one ef great weight. Detect JV< Lvon he' c!n. si d its a d< ceyed and miserable detectivo w!;o liatl mov ed among tho c>n donneda.idclaim Jto hive secured stoiies of the crinio from them. Mr. I)i!l tried to impress strong ly upon the boa id that Maiy llaillv the principal witness \v is uoi ti) ho believed and that the confess,:©. s of the M lyeis and Ettinger sliould be given great con sideration. He claimed to have no in terest in the case o her than a personal one and wilh much foiling sat down with the lctnaik that *\t Israel Eib,an innocent man is to be hanged, bis blood will not be upon my hands." Tn application was opposed ly Charles O. Dower and an assistant, Die former making the principal remaiks. Mr. Hower held that the statement of Mary II ulley was to bo believtd, and it had been coiroboia'td ell throng!) the trial, lie had made not only a le gal i- vestigati >n ( I t! e case, but a per sonal one to satisfy himself,and lie had no hesitation in saying the four men were guilty. Erb was Die loading fact tor in the terrible affair, lie suggested, then planned and finally helped to car ty it to execution. He believed that lh*i ex'.cuUd tren, though tliey had gone to eternity and L> meet their God, had lied when ihey made their confess ions they did. "Why would Mary Harlly lie V" he enquired. "What motive could she have Mr. Hower al>o referred t ttiu p.i it rais'i by Mr. Dill iia to the poviri.or signing the death warrant, lie claimed it wusbeg | sing the question at issue. The times to which Mr. Dill reft mil he claimed were different from now. Then the governor alone was responsible, but at present there is an intermediate power. The governor had nothing to do with ! it, and the aignreut of Mr. Dill should not influence! the baud in any way. The case was not decided and will come up again at the April uieelinj of the boa:d. Ahrara S. Hewitt, of New Yoik, is favorably nglided by ti.e Southern Democrats as a presidential candidate. Stay for the CliriatmaaTree. From t.'ie Lancaster lutein,; nicer. The last state elections proved tiie neatly even balance of p >1 itic.il pirties jin tliis state, and the democarals, in ! liberal rec'gnition of their apparent ' alight minority, propose to give the re puclieans fifteen congressional districts and take thirteen for themselves. The republican proposed apportionment pro vides for sixteen republican districts, nine democratic and three doubtful, giving the seventy thousand democrats of Philadelphia no member. Tiie dem ocrats of the legislature should stav in session until Christmas rather than yield to sucli hoggishness as that. |dmo Ijaiot, Kos. 3(7 & 3!9 ARCII ST., PHILADELPHIA. RATES REDUCED T052.00 PER DAY, The traveling public will still find at this Hotel the same liberal provision Tor their com fort. It is located in the immediate centres of business and pluees of amuseme.it and the dif ferent Kail-Road depots, us well as all parts ol the city, are easily accessible by Street Curs constantly passing the doors. It offer* special inducements to those visiting the city for busi ness or pleasure. Your patronage respectfully solicited. Jos. M. Feger, Proprietor. LEG. 1L JID VER TISEMEJ\TT&\ A DMIMS'r ATOli'S XOTK K.-Letters of i\ aunuuistrulion on t'< Mate of Elizabeth Hraelit. late of IVnn town--hip, dee'd, having been granted to the *utacriber, all persons knowing themselves indebted to s.hl estate arc hereby requested to make immediate payment ami those hating claims to present Iheni duly proven for settlement. Feiui township, Feb. 22.1853. JOHN P.IIACUT, Administrator. ADMINISTRATOR'S M>TICK.-Letters of administration on the estate of S. M. Winter, lute of Mites township, deceased, hav ing been granted to ill" undersigned, ail per sons indebted to said estate are hereby notified to make immediate payment, and those having claims to present them duly authenticated for settlement. SAMUEL FRANK, „ , „ „ Administrator. Rebersburg, March 22,1853. RBIfS Unpeople are always 011 the look r-silo a vvl out tor chances to inciease their as? M BL. earnings, and in time become wealthy; tiiose who do not im prove their opportunities remain in poverty. We offer a great chance to m ike money. We want many men, women, boys and girls to work for us right in their own localities. Any one can do the work properly from the first start. The business wi 1 pay in >re than ten or dinary wages. Expensive outfit furnished free. No one who engages fails 10 make money rap idly. You can devote your whole time to Hie work, or only your spare moments. Full in formation and all that is needed sent free. Address STI>SOM & Co., Portland, Maine. Ltwi& s aiii Tyrone Railroad Time Tal)!(?. LKAVIi WI'.Si'VVA Lib i ;j 7 *• M. A. m. r. Y*. M. r. m Montnndon 7 i5 imu 2.H5 6.00 7.5 Lew isburg 7.25 jous 2.20 I— 7 jo.is 2." r IMehl 7.10 VI -7 Y'oksbiirg 7.15 R76 -M<> MifUiuburg S.ii'.'ar 11.00 ar 2.55 |c. ;l u5 Mllliiwnt P. 22 T2H Laurelton x.Tt b.4i) \\ lie el* liti'.i 8.57 4 Mi I berry lv it!) 9.13 ' 4,23 Fowl r p..V 417 Colon n 9.48 .''.ill Npung Mills ar 10.15 .1 r. 5.:>U LEAVE KAMWAHIi. •J 4 OH 10 A. M. \ M. Soring i!!•* . .' mi Ivi (uliiini i. 18 2..? I Fowler 0.2H 2,,'A ' t herrv Una .... 6.43 2 55 Wlkcr Hon 7.<-5 .2.15 Luureltou 7 .'>o 3.40 Mlllmoiit 7 40 *8.62 A M. MimiulHUß f.itO 11.43 4. !5 R. M. Vie' sburg R. 15 12.10 4.72 Hihl 320 12.17 4. •* Fair Cumiiul A m. O.J'O 12 At 4.43 r. si. Lew Isburg. 8.15 12.70 6.10 7.3b Ainiit.nuluuar. ii.l L.r 1.0..ar.5.20ar 7.10 , No*. 1 ami 2 comic t at Montaudon wills I'i'l • Mull Wet; 3 and -i with &a Bfaore RtpNw Fast: saml 6 Willi Day Express mul Niagara Express Wst; 7 an.l H with Fast 1,100 West; 9 ami lo wlili WlLlauisp.irt Accommodation East. Japanese Crepe. In order t > iiiti i dice our fiipatie.se Crepe goods we will tMMi.I postpaid |o any ;uldiV*.s on iceetpt of II ty cent,. <.* !7 three-eon! stamps, 1 I flie foliuwiiiv : 1 window b inner, si. <• 13 ly 24 | inches, w ilh rit'll color amld p border; 1 ii<ly, ] si/c s by 1' iiwlirs. very bun'souc; 1 Ittnip mat i 97 inches ill envtnaforence, pcrfcelly iove'y : 1 : \< ill srrt'fii. large and ! mdsontc. Addies K. ' j Florence \ Co., I*. 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Vou ein easily secure one of these w atclies in a day or two or duri your leisure time evenings. As to our reliahiiity we can refer to Hie pub lisher of this paper, thecoiunteicia! agencies or aiiv express Co.. in tins eitv. Ad Iress \VOIfLD A'ANFFADTCHINI; CO.. 122 NASSAU STUFF l\ N KW YORK. SSI KCBnot, life is sweeping bv, g • and IKa i8 xag n dare before ;> u die, something 1 Be Bti U 'highly and sublime leave lc --, li.nd to cii|i.er time." *o'. a ( we*k n your own town. F> outfit free No | risk. Fveryii.iug new. Capital nut iejul:e i. j We will fnruisii yop evely'hing. M-uiy are Ilia!.lug fo.times. I ulies make us much as 1 men, and Lays and giils liuke ttuut pay. : lfead'p . If you "want business at which you ear. make great piyaU the time, write lor p .it 1 11 | larst > 11. 11. UAU.utT & Co-, l'ortiand. ilaiue. U -QYn it B id S3 a Vjr d 9 OlKk^ DEALLUIN ; Clover Seed, Flour & Feed, Coal, Plaster & Salt. HIGHEST MARKET I'UICF ALWAYS | RAID. ' C&"\ full supply of Coal. Flatter and Saft ill w*y on baud and sold at tHe lowcsd price . *V"Cortl kept under roof at all seasons of tho year. C3~The public patronage respectfully sol let ed. "4* 1 y TM 0 OOUD BOihiS. C'i Ti'se' s Information for the People; or b'ol Things Worth Knowing, comprising the hhtor.v and mystery or everything in common use. Crattb 'a Jfnntly (,'jiclojHffia; or Fvplaua tion of Words and 'idlings connected with all the Arts and Sciences, illustrated with over 50.- engravings nicely bound in cloth, gill,size about 6by S inches and nearly two Indies thick. He. tails at $1.50. Sample, of either to "gents enhj, for 4d. or both for .f'2. Add re-s E. Brent & Co. south Bend. Indiana. •pi/A'Jr FA MIL Y I!Ii:LPS, /k UTOCUIA PII A Lit UMS, | yiiFSFX TA TJOX P.IRLKSt 4J VXD A Y SCHOOL BIItLPX, SCHOOL BOOKS, UXDA Y SCHOOL SUPPLIES, DUSTERS DICTION AIIIES, jyjr EMORA XDAS, TIME BOOKS, J" EDGERS, DA YBOOKS, RECORDS, RNOLD'S FLUID, SCHOOL IXKS, PHOTOGRAPH ALU VMS, (JJ'.I TIOXFR V. 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Costly outfit and teims free. Money made fist. e isiiv. and hon orably. Au he.-s Tiu E & Co., Au o 'ii>ta, Maine. D. H. LenkeE 31ANTTF ACTUIIER ANI) DEALER IN FURNITURE, Aaronsburg, Penna. Chamber Suits, Bureaus, Lounges, Bedsteads, Stands, Marble-Top Centre Tables, Breakfast Tables, I tilling Tables, Extension Tattles, Sideboards, Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen Furni ture, Cane or Wood Seat Chairs. Rockets, Spring Beds, Wire, Wool and Hair Ma tresses, every style of Mould ings for Picture Frames. Frames of any size made to order. Undertaking a Speciality. 1 keep a complete line 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. 00-6 in Get the Best. Webster's Dictionary is the best. Every film ily should hive a copy. Allison's Webster's Dictionary contain! ng over dot) illustrations. 50- 000 w nls and phras i s. pronouncing vocabula ry of scripture and prop *r names, list of mytho logical and classical names. United Slates cen sus for IKS.) and many other useful tables, l'ost- • paid for only 50 cents. Address K. Florence & Co., I'. O, box IS'. 10, South Bend, Ind. n A YTBiITO A3S':B:KSOV asistbtbi, I"* A v h 3 f i S V S'ti'lii-r. of IT. S. and For- , s si S L" E trgilni I'o euis. No. Too y vendi Si, n!. cor. G, op p. IT. S. Pat ent Waih'n.-rii'ii •>. (; Ff>ir< sp ndeii'-e so il' lf—:. \i, |) f or ;<(lv ee No tec chare, J niv les-. P-.tcet Isallowed. References I.cwis Johnson & < 0.. Hauliers, and Postmaster, \V. hiugton. D. 0. l'aciphlet of Hivtructtuu* free. ©real Bargains Furniture, Carpsts, Sowing Machines, China and Silverware, &c. For the next two weeks we will offer our immense stock at a great reduction from ORIGINAL COST. Consisting of Furniture of cvcrv description, Parlor and Chamber Suits, Library, Pining-Kotm and Kitchen Furniture. Chairs. lx>ungcs, Patent Rockers, Rattan and Reed ( hairs in great variety. Mattresses of tl.o Guest curled hair ""tb the cheapest straW. Springs of cycry description. An unusual large stock of CARPETS, RUGS, HATTS, Ottomans, Hassocks, Foot Rests, Commodes Ac. All to be slaughtered for TWO W'EKKS ONLY previous to taking our annual account of stock. When you remember we occupy over 33000 feet of Floor Space packed zptxxjlL, OB STOCK: you can lorui an idea of the extent of our stock. Wc would advise all who conlemplatc buying anything in our lioe for the next year to avail Themselves of these bargains while our stock is complete and out lines un broken. In order to give you some idea of the Bargains we are now Offering Wc quote you some of our Leading Coo 's : Painted Chamber Suits $15.00 Reduced from $ 25.00 Solid Walunt Chamber Suits. 28 00 44 '• 40.00 44 44 Hair cloth Parlor Suits —33.oo '• " 50.00 44 " embossed plush parlor suits 75.00 44 44 125.00 ♦Extra Super Carpe's 05 " 14 1.00 Choice 4 ' 44 7 5 4 4 44 1. 1 0 Rag Carpets 30 to 60c. 44 44 45 to 90 Brussels 50 to 85c. 44 4 4 8 5 to 1.25 French ciiia Pinner Setts -75.00 44 u 150.00 Sewing Machines 18 to 25.00 " 44 40 to 50.00 l R. SMITH Is 00., 110,112,114 Front street, Milton, Pa. Established 18-11. THE FORSYTH SCALE CO!ANY; TOCXGSTOWW, j Manufac Lu.ro a l2 k.acTs of ||p3* OF THB FIRST QUALITY M ASD AT * " i"V REASONABLE PRICES, [jf # Send for Catalogue. WAREHOUSE - iuub urn BIT'S* YOUB BOOTS SHOES .AO? LOCK ZELAIKELT, IFA. A. SIMON & SONS, WHOLESALE A RETAIL fciROCERS, the largest stock In the 143 MAIN STREET, LOCK HA YEN. GO TO SIMON BROTHERS, TIIE BOSS CLOTIIIEB3 for your Clothing. 45 MAIN STREET, LOCK HAVEN/ B Aft Kii B O If 5 $ > • 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 *ith en tirely new Furniture. No efforts spared to make the BAKER HOUSE a pleasant, comfortable Home to all guests. Ar: excellent Livery attached. W. N, BAKER, Proprietor. tjip moot perfect Force-Fee# Fertilizer llriil in ester once. Sfud far oir. vln p i . . A. H. F.tuqritAß, Vork, l\v. Agricultural Pa. STEAM ENGINES, A. B. FAEQUHAR, York Pa TOlSki J Cheapest ami best for all pur- * per, I y. bvud lor Illustrated Cataloyno Vertical Engines,wfth or ri convenient,economical jS\ l^o ■ n and complete in every -* M detail, Upland cheapest (n Vertical in tua CJfiiJ.e' fify* V ft. ""'IMBKMi FtRQFBAB SEP4BATOR it ready for market, . gTiTuiiHTp Address A. B. FJBQUHAR, York, Fa. FABiUHAB EB7STONB CO2IT PLAITTIE Warranted the be*t com dropper and mod perfect force-Teed fertliser distributor fu the