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I |e Journal.
fitter & Proprietors.
nxiMTNuER, Associate Editor.
Mllhfiiu. Thnrstlaj Jan. 18
Worm* -Sl.oCVßor Annum.
X'Jiislra oa the L. C. 8. C. R. K., as a
ofti-TOO, is thriving busiuesa
Matte, coutrule the trade of an average
vtdUs q|over etgkASPles. iu which the
£*v*jru. has a.larger circulation than all
iSewounty papers combt|eit.
a note of this.
Tff*Wfti£!M*>Tl N KXTAI.
Tbe eventful year of 1778 was
drawing to a close, when Col. Camp
. liell f the British armv landed near
tfcivsunah, and fell furiously on the
Americans under Gen. Howe.
Howe's troops were in no condition
tfio face the enemy. An unsuccess
ful tampaigr. iu Florida had enfee
bled his men by disease, and deeming
■"discretion the better part of valor,"
ht retreated up tlie river.
Of course, the then capital of
Georgia fell into the hands of the
eccrav, who abused his triumph and
oonsigned his name to an uneuvia
There was a strong tory element
In Savannah which had been kept in
ebeck by the presence of the conti
fientals ; but when the British
marched into the city, it rose and
asserted its strength. Houses were
plundered and a number of patriots
bayoneted in tlie streets. Neighbor
tote against neighbor, and tories led
w plundering soldier to tlie house of
Tbe Holly family that dwelt in
* Kumnrmh at the time of its capture
and tack consisted of three persons
—the mother and two cliidren. The
father, a man of wealth and influ
ence in Georgia had died during the
yefcr thai preceded the outbreaking
>f tue war, and the home of his fam
ily was one of the tfueet residences
in the vitv.
Miriam Holly, the oldest child,
WHS a beautiful giil of nineteen,
while bor brother was live years her
junior. If the father had lived, he
might have proven a tory, for he
was devotedly attached to the moth
er country, and when the king's
troops took possession of the capital.
CoL Campbell commanded that the
Holly's home should not be ransack
Thus tire house escaped pillage
and Miriam hastened to thank the
eoMier for hiskiudness.
Cot Campbell was struck by the
wkTs grace and remarkable loveli
ness, and detained her at his. head
quarters until he had learned her
family history by many adroit ques
"There goes the handsomest wo
man iu Georgia *" cried Camp'iel!,
as the girl left the house.
His companion, who happened to
lie his chief of staff, looked after
Miriam and remarked :
"I quite agree with you, colonel.
These American rebels are all beau
Campbell was silent for a moment.
"We will not occupy this building
aftet to-morrow," he said suddenly.
"I am going to take up my abode
beneath the same roof that shelters
: "Love at first sight, colonel," said
the chief of staff, with a merry
twinkle iu his eyes. "Is Lady Bonn
so soon forgotten, my dear colonel V"
"Lady Bonn be hanged!" ciied
Campbell. "A soldier loves wbeu
anu whom he pleases, aud besides,
major, one is not obliged to marry
these Ameiican girls because he
Tbe conversation was interrupted
by the arrival of aa orderly, and was
On the following day Col. Camp
bell made Miriam Ilolly's home bis
The girl grew deadly pale when
she learned of the sudden change,
mid said in a whisper to her mother:
"This is a terrible event. lie is
jttt fit to depart yet, nor will he be
for a week to come."
"Miriam, I have been thinking it
woaki be policy for us to give him
"Give him up uww ?" cried the
"Give him up and here every tory
la Savannah is for his blood ? No !
Unless discovered he shall remain
where be is until he is able to es
' Miriam llolly spoke with much
firmness, and tears stood in The
mother's eyea when she opened her
arras and received the daughter in
"Forgive me, Miriam," she cried.
;4 \Ve must keep our secret from Col.
Campbell. He must no!, know who
lies deneath onr roof."
fco Miriam hastened from her
mother's presence, and by touching
a concealed spring in the wall of an
unfinished room, revealed a narrow
vtairwoy. She at once mounted the
steps and entered a very small apart
ment, into which light streamed
from a iky-window.
Tbe room ws tenanted. On a
l.>w cot lay a man in Ins twenties.
His dark hair contrasted vididly
with the deathly (tailor of his face,
and the suit of faded continental
uniform, with a sword, that hung
agHiust the wall over the he*l, told
that he was an American soldier. A
boy of fifteen who sat. on tne edge of
tlie bed was reading aloud, but in a
cautious tone, when the door opened
to admit Miriam.
The invalid's fare lit up with a
smile when the fair girl came for
ward and took his fevered hand.
Then she told him about Col.
Campbell's change of quarters, and
he listened without a question.
"Well f" he said at last, what are
we going to do ¥"
■ We are going to remain here till
we get strong enough to leave the
city," answered Miriam with a
smile, and even while alto spoke a
faint noise below told her that the
British colonel was moving into his
The continental was a captain in
Howe's little ariuy. He had served
the colonies with a seal surpassed lv
none who rallied round the cause of
freedom, but disease had seized
upon hiiu in Florida, and he return
ed with the troops to Geoigia, to
find an asylum in Miriam Holly's
home, and to be nursed by her
through the long hours of his fever.
The attending physician was a man
who knew how to keep a secret, and
as his sympathies were with the pa
triot cause, he gave Miriam many
valuable hints that looked to the
hidden soldier's health and future
Colonel Campbell, bent on the con
quest of the fair girl's heart, tried
to m ike himself agreeable to the iu
mates of the mansion. Miriam took
good care not to show him that his
absence would be more desirable
thau his company, and the widow
treated him with a courtesy that
kept hira aloof from suspici< n for
It was believed by the tories of
Savannah that a number of conti
nentals remained secreted iu the ci
ty. Indeed, several had been dis
i covered since its capture, and at the
! time of the commandant's change of
i quarters, an active search for such
[ pers>n3 was going on.
"Is this house haunted, Mis* Mir
iam asked the colonel one morning
at the breakfast table.
* The girl started at the abrupt
question, and wondered if she turn
"Haunted ?" she echoed, with an
effort. "The ghosts must be rats.
Have you been visited by sheeted
"No, but after I had retired last i
night I heard a noise like the sound
of distant voices. It seetned to me
directly overhead, and I called my
chief of staff. Who sleeps over my
apartment, if you will permit so
bold a question. V"
"My brother," answered Miriam
quickly. "I was with him until a
late hour last night."
"And the night bet ore ?"
"Then I heard the sound of your
voices no boubt," said Campbell
glancing at the chief-of-staff, whoso
eyes, during the conversation, had I
been fastened on the girl's face.
Major Guilford had noticed every
change of countenance, and when
the twain had retired from the
breakfast table, he grasped the su\
"What do you say now, colcnel ?"
'lie cried in triumph.
"I don't know what to say. I—"
"I watched her like a hawk and
I tell you that the girl is dissimulat
ing. There is a rebel soldier in this
Colonel Campbell looked at his
major but did not speak.
"I never did belieye that she was
a tory," :outinued Guilford "She
is one of the rankest rebels in Savan
nah. Why, colonel, so long as the
Continental remains beneath thi
roof, vou cannot succeed with tier.
He stands detween you and Miriam
Holly, go you see the line of policy
is clearly before you."
The British colonel started.
"I did not think of that !" he
said "Major we will solve this mys
tery of tlie sounds we heard last
"With me it is solved already,"
was the chief-of-itafTs reply.
From that hour Miriam was
Her absence from the lower rooms
was noted, and the colonel knew she
was not in her boudoir.
As the days waned tlie hidden
Continental improved, and at last
he rose and donned his faded uni
"To-morrow, if it' be dark and
stormy Miriam said to him, while
she polished his sword in tho mellow
light of the lamp "1 have the doc
tor's assistance, and the horse will
not tail you. You kuowwhither to
ride, and before long this sword
which Howe has missed will flash
OEce more tefo e the enemy."
Miriam Holly fancied that she was
about to outwit the kiug's men.
The Continental was ready for flight,
and there we true friends who had
promised to help him beyond the
city. It was with delight that the
girl hailed the great drops of rain
that pattered on the panes of her
window, when the d.ukness of the
choren night fill over the city like a
pall. The thunder rolled about the
houses, and now and then flashes of
lightning revealed glimpses of tlie
carnival of rain.
j In the hidden room stood Captain
Tempest, the shadow of lus former self
| but strong iu the desire for liberty,
lie waited for Miriam who came at
last and showed him rain drops on
"The elements are assisting us,"
she said, joyfully. "The doctor is
waiting like a hero, under the elm,
and he has tlw passwoid."
•'Good 1 Are they asleep ?"
"They retired two hours ago,"
, said Miriam ; "I am satisfied tire
coast is clear."
Then the soldier picked up his
j sword with a pride tluit caused his
; eyes to flash, and Miriam was smil
ing upon him, when a voice made
both start ami hold their breath.
A step on the sccn\ stair 1
The twain exchanger! startled
, glances and the gill turned to the
j door, which ojetle.l suddenly, and
revealed the face of Col. Carapliell.
Over his shoulders flashed the chief
of-slaff's triumphant eyes.
This unexpected event threw the
lovers off their guard, and as tlie
British officers leajH'd into the room
with swords half drawn, the highest
in rank exclaimed :
"A rebel nest! 80. so! Surrender
at once or I will rob the rebel troops
of one sneaking officer 1"
His last words were addressed to
the Continental captain, whose ans
wer was kepi kick by Miriam Hol
Shrinking from the Britsh otticeni
she reached the bed whereupon a
pistol lay, and a moment later she
held it tightly gripjed in her hand.
"Gentlemen, it may be the king's
cause that will lose in this game/'
she said, addressing Col. Campbell.
"You will sheathe your swords and
obey me J"
Campbell and his chie-of-staff ex
At Miriam's command they step
ped from behind the door, and she
i looked at her lov# r.
"You know the wav," she said.
[ "These soldiers will not pursue in
j such a stonn. I will be responsible
j for their safety, for they wouldn't
have a bullet in their uniform for
the world. Go Marvin, and let
every blow that you deliver be a
blow for freedom.
He said 'good-by," as he stepped
to the door ; he bade the discomfitt
ed officers good-night in a sarcastic
tone that made them wince, and
then passed down the staiis.
The officers' forced confinement
was irksome to them, the min
utes passed s*ow!y away. Brand
by Miriam Holly laid the pistol on
the bed, and told the story of her
lover's sickness. Campliell and his
chief of-staff listened with delight
to her voice, forgetting that they
were prisoners no longer.
When they at last went down the
narrow stairs, Miriam's eyes follow
ed them, and her good night, so full
of triumph, made Campbell grate
''She's heeten me !" he said to Ills
"I've lost the Drizo. We'll go
hack to the old quarters to morrow."
Ila was as good as his word, and
few persons ever knsw why the
colonel go hastily quit the Holly
mansion, aud returned to bis first
Capt. Tempest escaped and re
turned to Savannah at the head of a
regiment, when the British flag wan
lowered to a delivered nation.
Then he claimed a bride, and
everybody was made acquainted
with tiie story of the Hidden Conti
JOHN AKE, of Cole Creek, Texan,
WHS in the woods horse-hunting, and
had forgotten his gun, hut his bo
wie aud his dogs were along, and h
felt at home. Tne dogs treed a
large panther in a cedar tree. Ake
tried to bring his game down with
stones, but the panther refused to
come down. So the old man placed
his knife in his mouth and climbed
the tree. The panther showed his
teeth. The old man could not get
near enough with safety to use tin
knife, hut as the beast sat perched
its tail "hung dangling down." Ake
seized it aud the pair fell to the
ground, the old man foiling on top.
The dogs lit in, and tho hunter
ended the dispute with his knife.
KISINO IN LlF^. —Those persons
.who have attained to eminence in
any vocation of life have followed
one uniform course—that of hard,
earnest work and unwearied appli
cation. None are truly happy hut
those who are busy ; for the only
real happiness lies in useful work of
of some kind, either of the hand or
the head, so long as over-exertion of
either is avoided. It shoul I be the
aim of every one to be constantly
enoploydd. If all men and women
were kept at some useful employ
ment there would be lees sorrow and
wickedness in the worid ; and if so
calied "reformers" would spend
their time in efforts to make people
more industrious, they would have
less leisure to conceive and agitate
those vexations questions aud im
practicable theories which are con
stantly causing trouble and confus
ion, without any actual benefit to
the human race, i
I have not enjoyed good health for several
vear* past, yet have not allowed it to Inter
fere with my labor. Every one Itchinglug to
the laboring class know* the im-onfeuimce
of being obliged to labor wheu the body,
from debility almo at refuse* to |>erforiii it*
dally task. 1 never was a believer ill dosing
with medicines: but having heard the Ybok-
Tlnk spoken of so highly, was determined
try it, and shall uevei regret that detern.l
nallon. A* a tonic (which every one ueeda
at some time) It surnasses anything I ever
heard of. It invigorates tne whole system:
ti Is a great denser and imrlfler of the blood.
There are many of my acquaintance* who
have taken it, aim all unite In praise of Its
satlsf ictory eilecl.
Kspecl.tlly among the aged class of people,
it imparts to them the one tiling most need
ful In old age—nights of ralin, sweet repose,
thereby strengthening the mind as well as
the body, tine aged lauv, who has tweu suf
fering througn life from Scrofula, and was
lwcnutrbUmilro.il Its effects, luring tried
many reined ids with no favorable resr.lt,
was induced by frienps to try the VxuKTl>R.
After taking a lew liottles, she niKsined
•u.-h great relief that she expressed a wish
for her sight, that she miglu fx- ai.iv to took
up ii l lie man who sent her such a bUsslng.
Yogrs respect fully,
.O.r. H. 1101 Kit, l-oli.vOfficer, Station &
Boston, Mass,, May y, 171.
HEARTFELT PR A.YER
I* Sr I ' AVL ' Att * • **•
H. R. STKVINS, Ks^:
Hear Sir—l should be wanting In gratitude,
if 1 failed to acknowledge what toe YKOE
tixc has done for me. I was a tucked about
eleven months since w ltli ttronrhttls. which
settled into ConinmpUon. i hid night
Sweats and fever chills; was distressed for
breath and frequently spit blood; was all
emaciated, very weak, and so low that my
friends thought my ease !u>pe!e*>.
I was advised to make a trial of the Vitus-
TINK, which, under the providence of Cod,
has cured me. Th it he may biers the use of
your medicine to others'as he has to inw,
and that Ids divine grace m-.y attend you,
is the heartfelt prnverof vour admiring, hum
ble servant. HEXJAMIS PKTTINIIII.L.
P. S.—.dlno Is lmt one among the many
chits your medicine lias affected In this
place. B. p.
MAKE IT PUBUO.
„ „ NOCTH K.U 9. WTt.
H R. !Skkvk!*S. Ksg:
lacar sir—l have tienrd from very man?
sources ~f rhe great su<-ees of Nf.uKTINB In
cases of iicrofu a, KhcuiiiaiisinKidnev
Complaint, Catarrh. and other diseases of
kindred nature, I nuke no hesitation tu
saving that I kfow MttirriJlt: to be the
most reliable reMedy for Catarrh and G*:v
oral Debliity. *
My wife has been troubled with Catarrh
for many year*, and at ttnios very badly.
She has thoroughly tried every supposed
remedy that we could h'-ar of and with all
this she has for several years teea gradual
ly growing worse, and the discharge from
the head was excessive and very olfeusive.
Mlie was In this condition when she rum
meneed to take VtuenvK: 1 could see that
she was improving on the second bottle, she
continued taking Ike Ve .ktlse until she
had used from twelve to tlfteeu bottles, I
am uow happy in i tforndngyou and the pub
lic (if you choose to make it public) that she
is entirely cured, and VKGKTINK accom
rllshed fh cure after nothing else would,
fence I lee! justitied in saving that VEGK
TINE is the uiost reliable remedy, and
would advise all suffering humanity to try
It. for I believe it to 1* a goml, honest, vege
table medicine, aud I shall uot hwitata to
reco. mend it.
I am, Ac., respectfully, L. C. CARDKLL.
Store 461 Broadway.
YEGETINE acts directly upon tiie causes
•f these romplaiuU. It invigorates and
strengthens the whole system, acts upon the
secretive organs, allays(nflnmation, cleanses
ami curesuleeratlon, cores constipation, and
regulate* the bowel*.
Has Entirely Cured M.
Boa rex. October, I*T4.
l>ear Sir—My daughter after haviug a M
vere attack of wh-xiplug cough, was left lu a
i feeole state of hralth. Being advised by a
friaud, she tiled the VKGKTINIf, -nd after
using a few bottles was fully restored tu
1 u.ive bean a great sufferer from Rheu
matism 1 have taken several bottles ol the
V EG K TINE for tills complaint, and am hap
py to ay it has entirely cured me. 1 have
recommended the VKUETINK to others
with the same good results. It Is a great
cleanser and purlrier of the blo>l; It is pleas
ant to take; and I can cheerfully recom
JAMES MORSE, 364 Athens Street.
antl Dealers Everywhere.
r.I.F.%NT NTYI.KN, with Valuable
Improvements. New ami Beautiful 8 >lo
Stops OVKII ON K THOUSAND Organists
and Musicians endorse these organs aud re
coin mend lliein as STRICTLY FIKHT CI.ASS
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Most Klezßßi and Latest Improved.
Have been awarded the HIGHEST PRE
MIUM In competition with others for
Himpiicity, Durability, .
AND rjANO LIKE ACTIOS
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WHICH HAT BK HAD TO THE KEfiBS.
bend for Price List. Address,
DAM EL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. 3. A.
Cristadoro's Hair Dve is the SAFEST and
BEST: it acts Instantaneously, producing
the most natural shades of Black or Brown; I
des NOT STAIN the SKIN, and Is easily I
applied. It is a standard preparation, and
a favorite upon every well appointed Toilet
fur Lady or Gentleman. Sold hy Druggists.
J. CRIST AIM ")RO,
F. O. Box, 15)3. New York.
—• • BEST in
Grand Square and Upright.
DANIEL F. BEATTY
Wsshlngten, New Jersey, (T. 11. A.
JgßOCKtilCllOr F HuUSkL
D- Johnston k Sons, Proprietor"
BELLEh OP 7>, PA.
Grand Square and Upright.
BEST ORRUA EVER GIVEN NOW READT.
DANIEL F. BEATTT,
Washington, New Jersey," U. K.A.
Dtt.D.H. MINGLE, :
Offers his professional services to the put
lie. Answers call* at all hours
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE,
KBTABLIBHKII IX 1556.
Anv flrst-olasa SICAM PAIXTEK AND
M'TTF.RKK can learn something to his
advantage by addresting the manufacturer,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U.S. A,
Best In ine.
Washington, New Jersey, U. 8. A.
Boot & Shoemaker,
■ 11.1,11 III.V, PA.
Would most resiMvctfullv inform the
miblic that he is prepared to do all
kinds (f work in his line in the most
satisfactory HI. -I workmanlike man
nor. Prices moderate. A share of
the public patronage respectfully
solicited. 41-Cut !
■| ii a Willi jpTA^oj
||l II I 1 wa,iu|ji
BEA TTY, Washington, New Jersey. I'. S. A
L. ( HARDWARE! i m
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THE BEST !
M i! M
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® I Boggis Bros. || l
M| Exchange Building,
j MALI STREET,
4S Lock Haven. ! ™
I i anvAaavH 1
THE rEOPLES' DRUG STORE.
NKXT DOOK 80UTH OF HICKS k BRO'B HARDWAKS,
BELLEFONTE, PENNA M
Has been re-opened, re-fitted and re-stocked with the beet end meet
popnlar Drugs end Medicines.
f'Ar'.icuUr attention given to the wants of Fsrmera and thou living in
the Country. JUly W. M HEBRIXGTON, Agent.
tee. L Fetter. • Jae L Smrtr
GEO. L POTTER A CO.,
General lutmce Aieici
BELI EKONTE TA.,
Btronges Agency in the Cnnnty. > eUeH
ssued on the Stock and Mntnal l'lao.
DAN. F. BEATTY'S
The*# remarkable instruments poears* ea
pacifies for mimical effect* aud expreMtwn
never before attained, adapted for Amateur
and Professional, and an jrnaineut in any
FXCFL IN QUALITY OF TONR. THOJt-
OCGH WORKMANSHIP. KI.EUANT DE
SIGNS AND FINISH,
and Wonderful Variety of th.'irComblnation
eM.Beautiful now Centennial Style* now
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, N#w Jersoy, U. S, A.
I New Firm New Enterprise 1
I New Goods. 1
ISAAC D. BOTES, I
| (Socceetor 4 to B. F. Phillips,)
£ Wt hare Jut returned frora'the Eastern Cities, where wt pur- 8
§ chased at CASH Pit ICES, a full Hue of
§ DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, GROCERIES.!
I HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE, WILLOW I
I WARE, BOOTS and SHOES and a gener-I
I al variety of MERCHANDISE.
| We do not deem it necessary to stn te prices here, but invite §
§ you to come and see us, and we will convince yon that we x
g have as fine a lot of poods and sell as cheap as any house ®
in Centre County. |
JOHN C. MOTZ & CO. BANKIBB
Btcxevt DtposUt t
Bujf aH'i Srll O nvemmtut Becuritie
(/old and Coupons,
if sue Drafts on
Xac York, PhihuUlphia or Chicago
and possets ample facilities for th,
ansaction of a Ui itrxl Da nking
JOHN C. MOT!, A WALTER.
dvmm* sgasrt an Vprlghl.
Prom Ceo. R. firm of Wm. H
Letcher Si Hro. Hankers. 1-ayelt*. UMu.
"We roeeived the piano and think It a
very flue lotted one out here. Waited a short
time to give it a good test. If you ~' *h a
woid in favor of it we will cheerfully j v -t.'
James R. Brown, Esq., Kdwardsvii., 111.
"The Realty Piano received gives entire
satisfaction." Agents wanted. Send MUr
catalogue. Add re**
DA.YIEL F. BEATTY,
WMklsfton, timw Jersey, V. 8. A
Mrs. M. A. Rourbeek and Mrs. A. Cham
Iter*, have established a Milleuery Shop in
Boancts, Hats Ribtxms Flovrers
and all goods entering intotheii line
kept, and sold as cheaply as possible
for rush. Call at the Cost Uttlce
Building and be couvinced. Satis
faction guaranteed. 18x1 r.
THE MIILHEIM GROCERY,
BY GEOKGE ULRICH,
♦ . .
Hat jut little the best CorriE, Sugar, Syrups Trap, I bcoi.at*
Diijbd Fruit, Oonfectionariks, Cheese and Crackers, in tows.
Also a generel variety of Notions and Stationary.
Country Prtdaee taken in exchange for goodes, at tbs highest narks
rates CALL and See. lftxlv
JOHN D. FOOTE,
Dealer in General Merchandise
JBksTSpeciul inducements to cash buyers. A share of the public^jgf
MF* patronage is respectfully solicited. jgs
DEALER IN ALL KINDS OF
Clocks, Watches and
CTEJ W IEXJE/IT
of the latest styles.
All kinds of Clocks, Watches and Jewel r v repaired on short notice
and WARRANTED. The ladles and tne pubtio generally are In*
▼lted to oalt. Room—Second jrloor of ▲ exander's Block,
IMlillheim, Centre Co., 3?enna.
The undersigned e 5 ! or an > work
would again call i&k |3| S *|l entering into taefe
the attention of | line. Onr price#
the publie to tlie 1 are moderate,
fact that they arc while tir werk
atill engaged in
the manufacture in this part of the
I MilltaiiiMartleAVMb | CaU
Conches, %j[ J ■ b4
Shops, EAST©! BR. K, MILI.iI EI If, PA
DEIXIKGER & MUSSER
"THE LAST PROCLAMATION I
GOOds almost given away at
THE BEE HIVE
DRY GOOD STORE,
No such bargains liaro been offered for 20 rear*.
Just opening our third immense Stock for the
Fall and Winter of 1878.
Bougbt~at the great Auction and Closing out Sales in the Kaetera
Cities arc being offered at prices that astonish everybody who has
taken a look through. Just thiak
e * ' * " ■ v * v..*
2500 yds Calico, good styles, warranted per
fectly fast colors at 5 cts. per yard, to be opened
Wednesday, Nov. 29.
I H '
500 yards goo Oanton Flannel at 01 eta. per yard.
500 yards Grey Twilled and Plaid Shirting Flannels at
200 yards Black Cloth and Black Doeskin Oas
simers at less than half their value. These goods
must be seen to be fully appreciated.
1000 yards Kentucky Jean from 10 cts. per yard up.
1000 „ Double Fold all Wool Cashmeres 40 fnchee
wide in all the new shades, at 75 and 85 ots. wot th
100 and 115 cts. per yard.
1 >OO yards Dress Goods, Beautiful Colorings, elegant Styles,
Splendid Quality, at 125 & 28 cents, sol a week ago at
45 & 50 cents.
500 yards Handsome Drees Plaids, 26 inches wide, BplendidQua!
ity, 12} cents. . _
1M o yards Best Lancaster Gingham, 10 cents per yard.
76 pair Large White Bank ts, at muoh ess than cost to aann.
Floor Oil Cloth 2 ys, wide, only 75 cents per y.
So we could enumerate in endless variety but it is useless*
Any one giving us a call and look through the Stock will be cos*
vinccd of the facts we state.
We have marked way down our entire stock of every description
on hand previous to this last purchase to correspond with the prues
of goods just received. Every one wanting anything intheJ)jy
Goods, Carpet or Notion line will certainly consult their own istor
sfc by calling first and earley at the
Nd. 65, Mai# street, LOCK HAYEN, PA. .
J. J. EVERETT, FrwrMvr,