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B. O.DEININGKR ,Associate Editor.
Hillheim.Thursda) Apr .2#
Terms—Bl.so Per Annum.
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The best if not the only political
news of any importance is that the bo
gus Packard government of Louisia
na has hopelessly oollapsed, and that
C'arpet-bagisin in the South has
come to a sudden, an unexpected,
an ignoble and disgraceful end.
Every good citizen of whatever pol
itical faith, every frieud of his coun
try. every patriotic heart, will hail
with joy the dawn of Peace and
Go3a Will to all and between all men
and sections of our great and glor
ious country. The War of the Re
bellion is ended. "Let us have
The Hat Question.
That Earth is not man's abiding
home is sufficiently established by
the fact that there is always some
"question'! or other to harrass the
minds and disturb the peace of man
kind. Take she slavery question as
an example. There was a time when
it convulsed this great and fair land
from ceutre to circumference. Eve
ry nook and corner of the country
was most fearfully agitated by this
all-absorbing question. And what
awful sacrifices in treasure and
Mood did it not cost the nation to
settle this question—finally and for
There are other questions hardly
less important than the slavery ques
tion. Europe lias its Eastern ques
tion, which all its great and wise
men have not been able to solve,
and about which the Great Powers
will soon clutch each other by the
As a nation we had and have a
great many questions of major or
minor importance. There was our
Presidential question, just passed.
But few of us have as yet digested
the disappointments and heart burn
ings antecedent and consequent to
that question ; nor is the settlement
at all satisfactory to most of U3.
So there is an infinite variety of
questions on all sides—of every pos
sible nature and kind—civil, politi
cal, religious and social. Ordinari-:
ly men can throw quest ions to a side
whenever thev grow wearv of them.
Not so with journalists : They must
squarely face them all the times and
under all circumstances. Ot them
it is expected to lecul public opinion
on the various questions as they
arise, and they can not, if they are
true to their high calling, shirk this
There is one question, however,
on which editors stand on a level
with other men : It is the Hat ques
tion—Ladies' Hats of course are
meant. It is one of the most arbitra
ry, radical and stubborn questions
that poor mortal man has to deal
with, and what makes it the more
keenly vexatious is that there is no
earthly prospect of anything like a
final settlement. Fathers and hus
bands periodically exhaust their dip
lomatic powers in the vain hope of a
final disposition of this disturber of
the family peace, all to no" purpose.
We have seen men turn pale with
rage at the mere mention of this
question. We have heard men wish
their wives and daughters were in
Heaven at the mere suggestion that
the Hat question was about to as
sume a practical turn.
Feeling convinced that we (as a
people) can never have lasting peace
on this matter, we advise a truce of
at least six months' .duration, hut
can hardly expect to have it in the
face of such incendiary language as
the following, by the Philadelphia
Times : .
The new spring hat worn by the
ladies is just too big for anything,
and happily we shall probably be rid
of the monotony of heariug this fem
inine decoration called sweet. Hats
that started some years ago no larg
er than an acorn have grown to such
size as to cast a shadow half across
Chestnut street, and a couple of them
would save the promenaders on two
blocks from sunstroke. No husband
or father need fear that he will not.
get the worth of his money when in
vested in hats for wife or daughter.
They—we are talking about the hats
—are so large that a mortgage even
will not cover them, and it is proba
ble the really fashionable hat will
have to he worn in the country for
want of room elsewhere. . They will
be a death-blow to the trade in para*
sols and umbrellas ; two or three of
them in the theatre will make the
place look crowded, and clergymen
who have to stand in a pulpit above
a few of the newest hats will feel as
if they were preaching to a lot of
gaily-decorated but greatly over
grown circus tents. If the amuse
ment season were not virtually over
there might be a sensation in hats,
but that will now be left to the camp
meeting, where the real utility of
the new style will be developed.
LOST. The subscriber lost the
School Tax Duplicate for 1876, as he
thinks, along Water Street some
where. The finder will please re
turn the same to me or leave it at
the Journal office.
Most folks have a pait of their
gardens dug and planted, and those
that have uot ought to be ashamed
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In Lewisburg little onions are
in big demand. Just the reverse
here : Big onions are in little de
mand. What a difference in only
The Poor lloilso was defeated
by a majority approaching 2000.
Hope that question is effectually
shelved for the next two decades.
During the month of April a
fair number of our patrons have
called upon us and paid us their sub
scriptions cash down. Sarves us
rujJU. Next ?
Our thanks are due to the Beard
of Directors of the International
Exhibition Company for an invita
tion to attend the opening Ceremon
ies of the Exhibition, May 10th.
Those that pretend to kuow say
that digging garden or picking
stones are just as healthful exercise as
playing base hall ; but the practical
difficulty is to make Young America
believe such stuff.
now many boys in and about
town are at work or in school, and
how mauy running the streets or
loafing in stores and taverns ? Is
the proportion two to one, or one
to two ? Will aay one take the
The weather just now is very
fine, but getting a leetle warm alrea
dy. It makes a fellow sort o'
pshaw ' this English is a poor ex
cuse of a language, you can't ex
press yourself exactly. We must
get our German man to write out
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Let us be clean, in order that
we may be healthy. To be thorough
ly so, and to counteract eruptive
tendencies and render the skin white
and smooth, let us use Glenn's Sul
phur Soap. No eruption can with
stand it. Depot, Critteuton's No. 7
Sixth Avenno, New York. Hill's
Hair & Whisker Dye, black or
brown, 50 cts.
The Honorable and the Reverend
up on the hill are making things
hum about their premises. They
are trying to outdo each other in
improvements. That's business,
brethren, pitch in. luto the im
provement business we mean, not
into each other.
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MR. DANIEL F. BEATTY, of
Washington, N. J., the energetic
and persevering manufacturer of
the Beatty Piano and Golden
Tongue Parlor Organs, deserves the
highest credit for having produced
the most perfect musical instrument
combined with the utmost beauty
and Chasteness of design yet offered
the musical public. See his adver
tisement in another page. Address
Daniel F. Beatty, Washington, X.
J., U. S. A. "
That eminent statesman, Hon.
C. S. Wolf is going to start a coal
yard at Lewisburg. We congratu
late you, Charlie, upon having found
your true calling at last. Hope Col.
Slifer and Senator Dill will let by
gones be by-go nes, and buy their
coal of you.
One of the best Book Scores in
Central Pennsylvania, is that of
James Welch in Bellefonte. Full
to repletion in its various depart
ments, Mr. Welch sells at prices
that defy competetion anywhere.
Just now he makes a speciality of
paper and envelopes selling the lat
ter at live cents per pack, and note
paper at 7—lo cents per quire. We
advise our readers to visit and buy
at Welch's store when they go to
Belief on te.
Our Penu Hall corespondents
both go for Yoney like sin. Kapc
cool , the Irishman said as he tried to
curry the kicking mule. Don't get
personal, gentlemen. Give us news,
liappeniDgs, incidents and the like.
That's what we prefer.
A NEW MAN.—J. Newman, Jr.,
the king Clothier of Bellefoute, is
exactly the right man in the right
—plaeethe man for the people and
the times. Clothed in a suit of his
clothes, a fellow must feel like
Croesus. Why we only bought a
hat of Julius and all Bellefonte
thought we "looked splendid."
Warm greetings and friendly faces
on all aides were the consequence.
Now, if you goto Bellefonteon busi
ness or pleasure, just buy some cloth
ing of Newman, and you will thank
us for sending you there.
Rev. Dr. Wm. A. Muhlenburg,
a distinguished Lutheran Divine,
died at a very advanced age in New
York, on the Bth instant, • Dr. M.
was a man of great learning and
deep piety, lie will be remembered
as the author of that beautiful hyran,
"I would not live always, I ask not
to stay," as long as singing is a part
of worship, public or private.
Another good man has gono to his
A pleasant, good looking, viva
cious, loquacious, red-haired, red
whiskered and red-faced sort of a
fellow from MiffliDburg called in to
see us last week. He was in such a
rosy humor that he actually promis
ed to send us a dozen big lemons.
Wouldn't be a bit surprised if he
would add to the lemons—Baltimore
Oysters, Cheese, Crackers, Oranges,
Tobacco, Cigars, Pens, Ink and Pa
per. Think of it : A poor country
editor surrounded with such a pro
fession of luxuries, Whew !
W. C. Duncan offers three
choice building lots for sale in Mill
heim. Read his notice in another
OLD HEN WADS is most despe
rately "mad" over a certain Mr.
Haves, late a citizen of the state of
Ohio, but now a resident of Wash
ington D. C. Wade is so full of
wrath that he can't pronounce him
self, and is fast getting darujersomt.
Just listen what he says of that
kind, amiable gentleman over there,
who "means so well" and tries so
hard to preserve a reasonable equil
ibrium between parties and factions :
"No doubt he meditates the des
struction of the party that elected
him. A contemplation of all this
fills me with amazement and inex
pressible indignation. Some have
attempted to excuse him by saying
that he means well, but hell is paved
with such intentions."
Wo suggest to our Republican
friends to take charge of Ben before
he hurts somebody.
THE RAIL ROAD is progressing
slowly but sure'y. We are informed
that yesterday the first construction
train crossed bridge No. 1, just this
side of Paddies' Tunuel. The other
bridges near Spring Mills are also in
the course of construction and the
work goes on. A gap of same five
miles from tte forks westward is
still without ties, but we hear that
there are nearly enough made to cover
this distauce that only want to be
hauled to the road. The contract
for the erection of station bouses at
the Forks and Spring Mills, will be
awarded about the 18th of May. Our
opinion is that we may expect the
liulhjinc , that is the first regular
train "on or about the 4th of July,"
Our wish is that it como to-morrow,
yet we are not particularly mad about
it. Gentlemen who expect to make
the speeches on the glorious 'casto?i,
had better commence writing and be
sure to have them properly commit
ted in time. TF<? count ourself out,
by about "8 to 7,"
For the Journal.
In reply to what Yoney (of
Spring Mills) has said concerning
tlie concert of the Junior Singing
Class at Penn Ilall, I would say, he
is sadly mistaken in asserting that
they had no audience. Had such
been the case they would not have
been disappointed, as they did not
expect a large crowd, or else they
would have advertised. They realiz
ed over SIO.OO, their admission be
ing only 10 cents. Now, Yoney,
where is the concert of the Spring
Mills Singing Class, about which
they boasted so much ? How sad
to think that all their bright hopes
were frustrated, and thev not eveu
got a taste of a concert. The Preach
ers to whom the proceeds of tho
concert were to bo given, will no
doubt be astonished on receiving the
immense amount. Hereafter don't
boast till the thing is over.
Spring Mills Items.
Mr, "Wro. A. Kerlin i 3 one of
tho best millers in the state. Give
him a trial and you will find it so.
I. J. Grenoble has joet returned
from the city and is now unpacking
a complete assortment of merchan
dise at very low prices. Grsat ex
citement prevails in consequence.
Mr. F. J. Leitzell opened ft
school here on Monday, lie is a
good scholar and an experienced
teacher. Success to him and his
Messrs. Vandyke have about
completed their part of the R. It. to
this place. They are practical busi
Tho Sabbath School opeHed on
the 15th instant with a goodly num
ber in attendance. Many others
should attend. Come friends, it
will do you good to be present. You
cannot very well satisfy your con
sciences unless you are. Try it.
Gregg Township Splinters.
Prof. D. M. "Wolf opened the
Spring term of the Penn Hall Acad
eniyon the 16th inst. The indica
tions are that he will be well patron
In your issue of week before last,
the correspondent of Spring Mills
who calls himself "Yoney" made
some misrepresentations concerning
the Penn Hall singing class, which
it is not more than just to correct,
He calls it the Junior Convention
and, why he calls it Junior is a mys
tery to cverbody except to himself,
hut everybody knows that he was
proud that his name was registered
111 this well known singing class in
yeais past. The Junior Convention
as he calls it was a series of sessions
of the Penn Hall singing class, and
for the benefit of the class. It was
not intended to he a Convention or
it would have been advertised Us
such. Prof. Weaver kindly tendered
his time and valuable instructions to
his old class of which ho lias been
teacher for a few years, as a token
of respect. Prof. Meyer assisted
him on the evening of the concert
with instrumental music. The eon
cert was merely given to realize
funds to defray the expenses for
light and fuel, and the house being
filled the class realized more than
they expected. The whole affair was
a complete success, Suffice it to say
that if "Yoney would have been
wanted as a manager for the old
Penn Hall singing class, lie would
have had an invitation in due time.
NOTICE.— Whereas letters testamentary
on the estate of Sarah Zeigler, late of
Gregg township. Centre county, Pa., deceas
ed, have been granted to the subscriber, all
persons indebtedito said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims against the same, to present them
duly authenticated, for settlement.
DAM Ki. ZBiar.F.a.
Mrs. Veronica 11. Fisher con
sort of Rev. P. S. Fisher, died
in Phi la. April 3rd, '77, of apoplexy,
aged Oti years and 5 months.
On the 12th Inst., at Centre
Hall, Flora, infant daughter of Mo
ses and ltelecca Richanl, aged 2
years, 2 mouths, and 21 days.
On the 24th of March, at Kebers
burg, Wilson E., Son of Joseph and
Susan Miller, aged 18 years, 10
months and 17 days.
Blessed are tho dead who fall asloep
in the Lord,
On the 10th inst., at ltobers
burg, Johu T. M. Son of Samuel and
Jane Zeigler, agod 4 years, 4 month 3
auil 28 days.
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Rev. G. W. Bouse will preach
in the M. E. Church, Millheim, next
Rev." C. F. Deiningor will preach
in the Evangelical Church, Millheim,
next Sunday morning at 10 o'clock.
German services in the Luther
an Church, Aaronsburg, next Sun
day morning at 10 o'clock.
Lodge and Society Directory.
The Millheim Cornet Band will
meet in the Town llall on Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Providence Grange No. 217 P. of
H,. meets in Alexander's block on
the 2nd Saturday of each month at
OA P. M. and on the fourth Saturday
of each month at 1A P. M.
The Irving Literary Society moots
in the Town Hall, every Friday ev
The Millheim B. & L. Associaticu
meets in Town IJall, on the evening
of the second Monday of each month
Millheim Council, No. 309, O.
(J. A. M. meets on Ist nnd 3rd Sat
urdays of each month, at 7 o'clok,
r. M.,in their Lodge Rooms, Wilt's I
Haines Township Auditors'
Pnilip Stover and M. S. Fiedler,
Supervisors, in aceouut with Haines
Mob. 6. To Cash, *IOO
Mch, 6. Duplicate, 883.97.
Tax, Unseated Lands, 14.68.
Cash, (Stiver.) aw.o9.
Mch. 6. By Work on Roads, *928.45.
Collecting Taxes, 44.49.
Philip Stover, Services, 6t.
M. S. Fiedler, " 45.75.
Lumber, * 23 57.
Cash from M. 8. Fiedler, W.
Due Bill, M. 8. Fiedler
to Sseceasors, 14,73.
Geo. B. Stover and J. 11. Wyle,
Overseers, in account \v>th Haines
Mch. 6. To Cash *352.13.
TAX, Unseated lands, 17.80.
Mch. 6. Paid Sundry Persons, use of
D. K reamer, *149.95.
Paid Sundry Persons, use of
S. Frederick, 24.16.
raid Sundry Persons, use of
Marv Stover, 83.
Paid Sundry Persons. use of
B. F. Philips, Merchandise, 14.36.
M.M. Musser, " C 7.71.
I. D. Boyer. " 3.31
J. W. Snook, - 2.02.
Win. Condo, Wood, 4 50.
.lohn Geistwcit, " 7.75.
B. F. llatflt y, " 6.
Stover & KurtJ, " 7.
Jesse Wert, " 16.75.
11. it. Fullmer, " 1.37.
J. Ketner, Warning out
E. J. Deshler, Medical
T. T. Musser, " 7.25.
Philip Stover. Butchering, 1.50.
I>. J. Meyer, keeping
J. H. Wyle. " 75.
Geo. 11. Stover, " 4.50.
Sain'l Kreauicr, Mending, 6.29.
H. Aeker, *' 55.
11 A. Mingle, Levying Tax, 3.
Geo. It. Stover, Services. 12.
Per cent, on Tax 20.89.
J. 11. Wvie. Services, 16.
Per cent, on Tax, 16.48.
Due Bill, Geo. B. Stover, to
We, the undersigned Auditors do
hereby certify that we have examin
ed the above accounts of the Super
visors and Overseers of Haines
Township and tind them correct.
R. O. Pkihl, J Auditors.
M. S. Fiedler, j
Aaronsburg, Fa., March 6th 1877.
L* C. fe 3. C. RAILROAD.
PROPOSALS will i>e received "un
til 18th of May, for the build
ing of a Station House at the forks
of Fenn's Creek, and also, for a Sta
tion House and Engine House at
Flans and specifications may be
seen at Lewisburg-Otlice opposite the
Geo. W. Lkuffer,
h permanently located at the ST.
CHAULEN HOTEL, PitUhur-h, Pa.
Diseases and Deformities of the spine, Ul
terino Displacements, Dyspepsia, Hernia
and Piles successfully treated by the BAN
NING SYSTEM of Mechanical Supports.
Gall or send for descriptive pamphlet, "The
House You Live tn." Mailed free.
rVT'DV CAT TUrD who wa * wounded or
JiVLIII uULDILiiI contracted perma
nent disease In service, can get a pension by
writing to John Kira patrick, Cambridge.
oNew pieces sheet music, retails for *1.75,
sent for 10 eta. and stamp. Cheap Music
Co., Middlcboro, Mass. 4w
QfELEUANT CARDS all styles with name,
&J 10 cts.. post paid. J. B. ilusted, Nassau.
Co., N. Y. 4w
PTTUI copy curious love letter, 1 pk. comic
1 Lincarus 1 pack popping question cards;
all for 10 cts. & stamp. Fun Card Co., Mid
dleboro, Mass. 4w
Best bargains in America.pi T)lffl ,T. F.
Maps and Catalogue frec.f AilJlU Manciia,
Dover, Del. 4w
Ml package comic Envelopes, pk. comic
Cards, pack scroll cards, 24 p. Itook of
Fun ; all for 10 cts. & stamp. Novelty Co-
Middle boro, Mass. 4w
Building Lots for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sals three build
ing lots on Water street. Millheim, near the
Brick Mill. These are choice sites for homes
and will be sold at a bargain. For particu
lars apply at lite Journal Ofiice, or to
W. C. DO.VCAN,
JAMES HARRIS & CO., |
Dealers in Hardware,
No. 5. Broclcerhoff Row,
£3 si —— i >
L !. WOI.DENT H4KDWARE NTOBF. IX t'EXTBE CO.II !
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j Complete line of Hard ware of all Kinds at the
<1 LOWEST PRICES. 1 ! hrj
M !l I
jl The Celehratei Barley Sheaf (M Stove & Anchor Heater. !i
CALL AND SEE. j 1
"lyilY WASTK YOUR MONEY
WHY WASTK YOUR MONEY
WHY WASTE YOUR MONEY
IN SUCH riAIU) TIMES
IN SUCH HARD TIMES
IN bUCH HARD TIMES
IT WILL PAY YOU
IT WILL PAY YOU
TO COME TO OUR STORK
TO COME TC OUR STORE
For anything In tU line of
Dry Uoods, Clothing, Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Boots A ftboes. Dross
Goods, Notions, Trios
We arc selllng-LADIKS SHOES at #I.OO cts
We arc selling—ladies Button Shoes at *1.50
We are selling—Ladles White Hose at 5 cts
We are selling—Ladles Handkerchiefs at 5c
Wo are selling—PßESS GOODS at 8 cents
We are selling—Dress Goods at 10 cents
We arc seIIing—CALICOES at 5 cents
Wc are selling—-SHIRTINGS at 8 cents
We arc selling—SPOOL COTTON at 2 cents
We arc selling—LADlES DOLMANS *2.50 c.
We are selling—Ladies Trimmed Hats at 1.50
Wo are selling—ladies Trimmed Hats at 1.75
We are selling—Ladles Trlmmod Hats at 2.00
We are se!llag-CARPKTS at 20 cents
We are seIIing—CARPETS at 25 cents
We are selling—lngrain Carpets at 30 cents
Wo are selling—Brussels Carpets at #I.OO
Wo arts selling-MEN'S SUITS at #5.00
In fact we are selling everything
usually kept in a large and well se
lected stock for less than any other
house in Outre County. It will
pay you to call nud soe for your
S. & A. LOEB.
I J. ZELLER & SON, 1
Xo. 6. Brockertaoff ttow,
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c. 1
I 0 !
A Full Stook of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand.
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE
SPONGES, 15 cents and upwards. A share of the public patron
age respectfully solicited.
F. D. M ' cTI L 0 Hi ,
Late Chief Clerk of ihe Robinson
House, PITTSBURG, Penna.,
Only First Class Hotel in
PICTIRE& MOTTO FRAMES
Just received at WELCH'SCIIEAP
800 K and .STAT I ON A K Y STOIIE
next door to the Post Office, .1 large
assortment of Motto and Picture
Frames, embracing many New &
Beautiful Designs in Rustic, Enam
eled and Solid Walnut, which will
be sold at greatly
Motto Franies, with Back and Glass,
30 and 35 cts.
Rustic Frames, Bxlo, with back and
glass, 30 and 35 cts.
Mottos, many New Styles, 5 cents.
Envelopes, 4, 5 and 0 cents ]>er
Note paper, 5, 7 and 10 cents per
Fancy Box Paper, 2 Tints, only 15
cents a box.
| A Great Variety of NEW STYLES
just received, and selling lower than
ever before. Good Styles of Brown
Paper for 7 cents per Bolt. Best
quality of White Paper 11 to 14 cts.
per Bolt. Brown and White Splints,
of all Sizes from 8 to 25 cents jer
bunch. Our Goods are all plainly
marked in Figures and sold at one
price only, aud to do 110 injustice to
any, the terms are strictly cash to
Vital Weakuesaor Depression, a weak ex
hausted (eellux, 110 energy or courage; the
result of Mental Over-worti, Indiscretion or
Excesses, or some drain upon the system is
always cured by
Htiphrey's Hoieopatiic Specific Ho.
It tones up and Invigorates the system'
dispel* the gloom and aesopndeucr, Imparts
strength md energy—stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Teen used
twenty years with Perfect success i>v thous
ands. Held by dealers. Pi Ice. *I.OO per sin
gle vial; or *5.00 per package of five vials
and t2.no vial of powder. Sent by inailon
receipt of price. Address Humphrey's
Hoinoepathic Medicine Company, 6Gi Broad
tfay. New York. 51x13 ly.
Bi ' .old
19 OSr* Combination
I ■■■out. Consisting
gS BSf of elegant
S5 BS SHI watch chain, la
' RSI S dies' handsome
S brooch, and ear
■ drops, p ilr ele
-1 cant gold stone
I sleeve buttons,
sev spiral stuas, collar outton, heavy plain
wedding ring, and get*' Parisian diamond
pin. The above articles sent, post-paid, for
SO CTS. have been retailed for 06. Bank
rupt stock and must be sold. Solid Milton
Gobi Watches, |lO each, for speculative pur
poses, good timers, equal in appearance to
a fcJHO genuine gold. "His reputation for
honesty, fair dealing and lilieraUty is un
-1 equaled by any advertiser in this city."—A.
Y. r>av Book, Dec. 16, 18T6.
POSTAGE ST AM I*S TAKEN AS CASH.
K. STOCKMAN 27 BOND ST.. New York.
WITH ACOI.D IS ALWAYS DANGEROUS.
WELL'S CARBOLIC TABLETS,
a sure remedy for OOUGIIS, and all diseases
Of the THROAT, LUNGS, CHEST and MU
Put up only m BLUK Boxes.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C -H. CRITTENTON. 7 Sixth Avenue,
READ THIS! !
A chanceforall to nmkeorsavemoney,
AND OKT THE DBiST GOODS IN TUB MAHKET.
TEAS, COFFEES, &C„
•old at lower prices than the same qualities
can lie bought at any other house in this
country. All goods guaranteed to be satis
factory and a* represented, or the money
will l>c refunded on return of t!io goods,
which may be done at our expense.
The reputation of our house for selling
standard goods at Low Prices, (for 36 years),
has given us a standard in New York City
and vicinity, that is not enjoyed by any
other house in the trade. After mature de
li beration we have determined to offer our
goods to housekeepers in the interior, at the
Lowest Wholesale Trade Prices, when a
Club is formed large enough to make a small
ease. The goods or each member of the club
will be put la seperate packages, and mark
ed with name and cost, so as to avoid con
fusion In distribution. Goods will lie sent by
Express to Collect on Delivery. All wishing
to save money dy purchasing family sup
plies at New York Wholesale Prices can talk
the matter over among friends and neigh
bors, and send to us for Club Circular, Price
list, Ac. We give a present of either goods,
or money to the person who gets up the club,
to compensate for trouble ect .Samples or
TEA & COFFEE sent by mail. Send for
Price-list, and Club Circular. 4w
Stiner's New York 8c China Tea
M. H. MOSES, & CO.,
77, 79, 81, 84 aud 86 VESEY Street N. Y"
IViVTPR An o| <l establish'd N. Y. and
" Ail lfiU Havana firm want a General
Agcut in Mlllheim, to control the sales of
their Cignrs. A permanent paying position
for an acceptable man. Must be energetic
and reliable. Address, RAMON, LOPEZ &
Co., 147 Keade Street, New York.
TUTUI pack acquaintance cards. 1 pack hdkf.
I Uliflirtation, 1 pack scroll, all sorts, for
only 10 cents & stamp. Fun Card Co., Mld
dleboro. Mass. 4w
TT A 1 comic oil ehromo, 7xll. mounted, worth
Ilil£>c. 1 pk. love cards, 1 pk. comic envel
opes, 1 pk comic cards, 1 pk, scroll, 1 *24 page
hook Fun, all sent for onlv 5 Sc. Blam >s.
Jfoveltv Co., Middlckoro, Mass, 4\v
PROTECT YOUR BUILDINGS,
Which may bo done with one-fourths
the usual expense, by using our
(Fifteen Years Established.)
MIXKD HEADY FOlt USE.
Flie-proor, Water-proof; Durable,
economical and Ornamental.
A roof may be severed with a very cheap
shingle, and by application of this slate bo
made to but frum JO to 25 years. Old roofs
can be patched and coated, looking much
L^i^ r bujtiug longer than new shingles
without the slate, for
One-third the Coat of Re-abiiigling.
The expense of slating new shingles Is on
ly ainnit the cost of simply laying them. The
paint Is riKK i'Moor against sparks or flying
embers, as juay be easily tested by any oue
IT BTOFS EVERY I.KAK,
and for tin or Iron has no equal, as It ex
pands by beat, contracts by cold, and nkvuk
fmacks nor scales, ltoofs covered with Tar
Mhcalhlng Felt can be made water-tight at a
, Thuffi'M?fi r " erT " l
Two gallons will cover a hundred square
feet of shingle roof, while on tin. Iron, felt,
matched boards, or any smooth surface,
from two quads to one gallon are required
to 100 square fact of surface, and although
the paint has a heavy body it is easily ap
plied with a brush.
No Tar is used In this Com]K>sitioii,
therefore It neither cracks in Winter, nor
runs In .summer.
On decayed shingles. It Alls up the holes
and pores, and gives a new substantial roof
11 wit will last for years. Cublbd ok w ahpkd
shingles it brings to their places, and keens
them there. It tills up all holes in fell roofs,
stops the leaks—and all hough a slow drvcr,
rain due* not affect It a few hours after *ap
plying. As nearly all paints that arc black
contain tak, be suie you obtain our genuine
article, which (for ski agio roofs) is
when first applied, changing in about a
month to an uniform slate color, and is, all
Intents and purposes slats. On
our red color Is usually preferred, as one
coat is equal to five of any ordluary paint.
Our nnroiTT kki> is the only reliaMe Slate
Paint ever introduced that will effectuallv
prevent dampness from penetrating and
discoloring the plaster.
These paints are also largely used on out
house* and fences, or as a prtmiug coat on
Our only colors are Chocolate, Ruj.
ltiuuT Rep, aud Omasum.
NBWYORK CASH PRICE LIST.
1 Gallon, can and box fl 50
I H !! 233
.* , 5 50
*0 keg 30
20 half barrel 16 00
40 " oue barrel 30 00
10 lbs., cement for bad leaks 1 25
Wc have In stock, of our own manufacture,
rooting materials, etc., at the following low
KXO roll* extra Rubber Roofing, at 3 cents
Per square foot (Or we will furnish Rub
ber Roofing Nails, Caps, and Slate l'aint for
an entire new roof, at 4]4 cents per square
2000 rolls 2-ply Tarred Roofing Felt, at IK
cents per square foot.
SflO rolls 3-ply Tarred Rooflug Felt, at 2VC
cents per square foot.
2000 l olls Tarred Cheating, at 14 cent per
SOJO gailons fine Enamel Paint, mixed rea
dy for use, on Inside or outside work, at $2
per gallon, all shades.
lilOO Bbl* Slate Flour per bbl. $3 00
lIWO '• Soaps tone Kkmr •• SOO
1000 " Grafton Mineral " 200
1000 " Metalie Paint, dry... •* 300
Special prices per ton or car-load lots.
All orders must be a cconipanled with the
money, or subject to 30 days draft ou well
Y.Y. SLATE PAIYTC9 TAW,
102 & 104 Maiden Lane, Kew York.
OJ FANCY CARDS 15 styles with name 10
Tr Qt Z Pa' 4l * J - a Hi'STEU, Nassau
Kens Co., N. Y.
BEATIfY'S^ 10 *
The best and most lasting pai lor organ
now in use. No other parlor organ has ever
attained 1 be same popularity.
It has been tested by thousand*. many of
thvm competent judges, aud gives universal
satisfaction to all.
The music is aaapted to the human voice,
ranging from the softest ttutc-like note to a
volume of sound unsurpassed by any instru
This Instrument has all the latest improve
ments, and cverv organ Is fully warranted
for six years. Beautiful oil polish, black wal
nut panelled cases, which will not CRACK
or Vr AKP, and forms, In addition to a .splen
did Inst.-uuicut of music, a beautiful piece of
Thb organ needs only to be seen to be ap
preciated, and is sold at extremely low fig
ures for cash. Second hand instruments
token in exchange.
Agents wanted, male or female, in every
county in the United Mates and Canada. A
liberal discount made to teachers, minister*
churches, 6cboois, lodges, etc., where I have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and pri ce
list free. CorresiMoidence solicited. Agent
discount given w here I have 110 agents. Bcs*
oifer ever given now ready. Address,
DAMEL I'. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. 8. A.'
717 S. MILLER,
Having opened rooms on the Ist
floor of John llupp's building he is
prepared to manufacture all kinds
of meu's and boy's garments, accord
ing to the latest styles, and upon
slirtest notice, and all word war
ranted to render satisfaction. Cut
ting and ropairing done.
TVR A TTY'SPRjoTOMS
Believing It to be BY FAR the best Parlor
aud Orchestral Organ raanufactuied. we
challenge any manufacturer to equal them.
The celebrated Golden Tongue Heeds in this
organ in conjunction with the Perfected
liced Boards produce sweet, pure and pow
erful toues. Superb cases of new and elegant
designs. Ministers, teachers, churches,
schools, lodges, etc., should send for price
list aud discounts.
Dealers will find it to their advantage to
examine this instrument, it has improve
ments found in uo other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Realty) both wavs if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five days
Organ warranted for six years. Agents dis
count given everywhere I h-tve no agent.
Agents wanted. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
WMhingtop, New Jersey,* U. S. A.
(bQfin A Month, AGENTS WANTED on
tJJdSUU our THREE GREAT 42 BOOKS.
The STORY of CHARLEY ROSS.
A full account of this great Mvsteiw, written
by his Father, beats Robinson Crusoe in
thrilling interest. The Illustrated hand-book
to all religions, a Complete Account of al
denominations and sects. 300 Illustrations.
Also the ladies' medical guide, by Dr. Pan
coast.. 100 Illustrations. These books sell at
sight. Male and Female Agents coin money
on them. Particulars free. Conies by man
each. John E- Potter & Co., Phiia.
Alcott's Water-V!c .1
Awarded Ctmfer.it U <
The most practical,
pie, aiitl effective. Its .• •
parlor ad VHII tape at p i ■*"' ■
It limy lodged. |_Addre\. "
1C i. Ssr„ NflH. Of V- h<>t :s r.r.C
Machinery, MOCNT HOLLY, N. J. IV7,\ r. #
IHSDEANCE KEN! TAKE No™-,:
-non rn v.—
jwEiifflaai Mcfpal life Ins. f\
The oldcrt mutual In the country, ( harti t- •
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEH.
MARMTON It WAKELIN, (J mora I Agent*.
138 South Fourth Wreet, J'hlUdelphla.
Active Agents wanted instantly to inti •
• duee the
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
Nearly SuQ pages; only #LZO; rlcli tllust: >
i tlon.H; and a treasure aa the best and cheat
l eat History of the Great Exhibition. ji
J domed by Officials, Pre**, and Clergy. J*
selling immensely. One Lidy cleared tXb u
tour weeks. Act quickly. Now or never
J-'or full particular*, Address HUBBAL.
BROS., Publishers.7*l Sanson Street, Khit.
AQTS WANTED FOK HISTORY, .
It contains nearly 4co fine engravings o
buildings and scenes in the Great Kxliliti"ii
j and Is the only authentic am. complete his.
tury published. J( treat* of sl.e grand bul u
I ings, wonderful exhibits, curiosities, pr-nt
j event*, etc. Very cheap and .sell* at sigl.t.
One Agent sold -Peoples In one day. Send
for cur extra terms to Agents and a fit.i
description of the work. Address NATIONAL
I'inusilUid Co. Philadelphia. Pa.
PAllTintf Unreliable and worthies* batik*
uaU IIUIt or. the KxlilMtbm a:ef-elnp cir
culated. Do not be deceived. See that the
book you buy contains 913 pa-es and nearly
400 hue engraving*.
Daniel F. Beatty's
Cxmojt.—Tbc reputation I have pained
and the celebrity of niv Organ*, have indnc
cd some unpriiudpk-d parties and agents
to enpp my circular*, and misrepresent my
instrument*; agauist thi* the public are
i hereby cautioned. Alt my Organs bear my
trade-inak, Golden Tongue, and all my Pl*,
ho* lurve the word underlined,
and also have my namcEßll?QSFand led
deuce. DAXISL F. BEATTV. \llshiuton, K.
J., without whlelr none Is genuine.
DANIEL P. BEATTY,
Washington, N. J., U. i>. A.
D E A TTV(DT c el e ***
OS A Si If ORWn
Messrs. Geo. r. Roweil & Co., (N. Y.)
Newsjuier Reporter . says:
' ,l) , a l n J e ' F - Koatty, the organ builder, of
TrSlS'Sr " ' |,rM " " r ""' i "•
From Wm. I'eol, Niagar* Falls. X. y.
• Several months use of the decent Parlor
Organ you sent me satisfies me that it fx ,* e
of the best made. It ha* a rieh tone r Its
various tones arc most pleasant. 1 must
heartily recommend your nrggiM for parlor
school, church or other use.' 7
Best offer ever given. Moiiey' refunded
upon return of organ and frefcht charge*
patd by me (l)aiud E. Realty) both wavs it
uasatMaetory. after a test trial of five day*.
Orran warranted for five years, tend for
extended list of testimonials before buvitia
a pallor Organ. Address.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
WMhlaglaß, Iwr Jersey, V. (4. |g
DAVID f. fortnjjyv
43x1 y. PA.
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