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B. O.PEININGER, Associate Editor
■ilihcini.Thursdaj May, <7
Terms—Bl.so Per Annum.
The appointment of Senater John
Sherman, of Ohio,'to the Secretary
ship of the Treasury, was about the
most unpopular that his Excellency,
Mr. Hayes, could have made. Sher
man had shown but little ability and
less statesmanship in the Senate,
while his extreme partisan course
during the infamous Presidential
"count," disgusted not only his po
litical anemias,but a good portion of
his partv friends. But Sherman as
Keeper of the Tieasury, has taken
it into his head that "reform is nec
essary," and he has begun to cor
rect a system of chronic abuse*,
which, if faithfully and persistently
carried out will tesult in great sav
irgs to the nation. For instauce,
the building in Chicago used for
custom house, courts, etc. for which
a rental of $25,000 ler annum was
heretofore paid, is now leased at
$12,000 per year ; the rent of that
used in New York city for apprais
ers' stores, has beeu reduced from
$89,000 to $58,000 per annum ; a
ware house in New York has been
cut down from $2,500 to 2000, and
so with other buildings for which
unreasonable rents have heretofore
In the Department proper, a large
number of superfluous and idle clerks
had been employed. Up to the 11th
inst,. over five hundred have been
discharged making at least standing
room for the balance, and the work
Is as well done as before the great
reduction of force. The pay roll
shows a saving of aboutS7so per day,
or $263,750 per year. Think of it :
over a quarter" million saved on
clerks, in one Department alone,
and the work done as well as before.
This sounds like an official confes
sion that the Administration of
(J rant had sunk to a very deplorable
depth of corruption, and that a
Democratic House sought to serve
the best interests of the country in
materially reducing appropriations,
which would have still l>eea further
reduced, but for tlie stubborn resist
ance of a Republican Senate, backed
by the bowlings of the Radical
Mr. Sherman has made a good be
ginning, let him go on in the good
work. lie has already brought about
that kind of reform which an oppress
ed and suffering people are most
rendv to appreciate. Reforms that
lighten the Durdens of the masses,
are welcome, even if achieved by a
The followiog letter was written
to Hon. Samuel J. Tilden on the
day on which Hayes was inaugurat
ed President, and is now given to
the public for the first time :
BOSTOX, March. 5. Hon. 8. J.
Tilden, New York. —MY DEAR SIR:
On this day when you ought to have
been President of the United States.
I seize the opportunity to bear my
testimony to the calm and dignified
manner in which you have passed
through this great trial. It is raauy
years since I ceased to lie a party
man, hence I have endeavored to
judge of the public affairs and men,
rather by their merit than the name
they take. It is a source of grati
fication to me to think that I made
the right choice in the late election.
I could never have been reconciled
to the elevation by the smallest aid
of mine of a ierson liowever respect
able in private life who must forever
carry upon his brow the stamp of
fraud first triumphant in American
history. No subsequent action how
ever meritorious can wash away let
ters of that record.
■ Very Respectfully Yours ,
(/HAS. FRANCIS ADAMS.
A ROUGH LEGISLATURE.—Re
pubIican i>apers are apt to cast re
flections upon the Democratic House
of 1875 .and 1876, but it was no com
parison to the Republican inob of
last winter. We find in a recent
number of the Beaver Argus and
Radical, edited by senator Rutan,
the following scathing rebuke of the
Legislature. For a Republican pa
per it is something wonderful to ad
mit even the small credit the Argus
allows to the Democrats of the Se
"The Legislature which has just
adjourned passed a few baa laws
and perhaps a few good ones. Many
bad acts were defeated in the Senate
the tost week of the session. It is
evident that the people must look to
the Senate U* protection from in-,
iquitous legislation of all kinds.
The House is little better than a
mob at best, and one shrewd, deter
mined man can pass almost any bill
through that body. Almost every
proposition to take money out of the
Treasuryobtainedthe requisite num
ber of votes to secure its passage
through the House, and but for the
Senate half a million of dollars would
have been taken out of the Treasury
for the benefit of private corporations
having no claim whatever on the
State for aid. It is only just to say
that to Democratic Senators much
of this credit is due, although the
motive which actuated them was
not a worthy one.— Lewisburg Jour
Decoration Day is fast coming.
Preparations are making all over the
county to celebrate this day as be
comes a people grateful for the he
roic achievements of our patriot
dead. Is anything being done here
to keep up the beautiful and sug
gestive custom of decorating the sol
diers' graves with flowers ? The O.
17. A. M. seem to have this matter
in charge, and wo hope they will not
The wheat crop of Sugar Valley
Is very promising.
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The organ grinder came as far
west PS Lewisburglast week. Guess
he will be along one of these days.
At the regular monthly meeting
of the M. B. L. Association on
Monday evening, money sold at 39f
per cent for permanent Loan.
A tramp, convicted of outraging a
ten-year old girl, has just been sen
tenced to nine years imprisonment
by Judge Harding, of Wilkesharre.
Miss. L. Harter has just received
a full lino of Huts and Millinery
Goods, which she offers to sell at
very low prices. See advertisement.
According to the Lewiftburg Jmtr
nttl, Apples are not going to be very
plenty in that section this year.
Just here they are plenty already.
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Did you see Alexander's large
stock of new and cheap goods? If
not, you had better go at once before
they are all sold.
Track laying is expected to pro
gress up as far as Eiaenhuth's, this
week. Really, matteriare getting
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Rev. W. R. Fisher and lady were
very substantially remembered a few
days ago by the good people of Cen
tre Ilall and vicinity. Eminently
The Penns Valley Banking Com
pany are about erecting a three sto
[ rvbrick building, at Centre Hall.
Per renting must be good business
The Democratic state convention
will meet at Ilarrisburg, August
Bth, for the purpose of nominating
candidates for Supreme Judge, Au
ditor General and State Treasurer.
P. n. Stover has the proud distinc
tion of lieing the first man who cross
ed the new iron County bridge at the
Forks. The Important event hap
pened on Tuesday morning the 15th
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Potter township is getting to be
so big that they can't all vote at one
place any longer, and so our court
kindly appoints two Ex-Sheriffs and
one lawyer to divide the township
into two election precincts.
Much dissatisfaction seems to pre
vail in Penn township, with the
manner in which the triennial assess
ments were mode, and our county
dads may expect a lively time on the
29th, our day of appeals.
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The Duncan lots are sold. 11. G.
Smith and G. W. Stover, Jr., are
the buyers. We understand they
will make preparations to build al
once. That's business on the first
floor. About ado zen others ought
to do the same thing.
The Philadelphia Time* says that
Mr. Haves owns several thousand j
acres of valuable mineral lands in j
Virginia. Hope he may have a bet-'
ter title to these than he has to the
office of President, else his heirs
may be most woefully disappointed
The Millheiin Marble Works, es
tablished thirty four years ago, has
stood the best of all the panics and
hard times since. Monuments,
Couches. Headstones and other mar
ble work, made of the best stock and
jat veiy reasonable prices. The con
tinued favor of the public respectful
The finest lot of evergreens ever
brought to Millheim were sold out
last week by A. O. Deininger. We
understand that Gust is going into
the tree business in earnest, and he
certainly needs no better recommen
dation than just such trees as he
sold last week.
In fifteen States there are Repub
lican Governors and in twenty-three
Democratic. In eighteen Legisla
tures the Republicans are in a major
ity, while of the remaining twenty
the Democrats have nineteen and
'the Independents one.
Rev. W, 11. Scott, the muruered
South Carolina preacher, to whose
memory the New England Methodist
Conference paid a tribute of respect,
has had an interesting interview with
a Charleston News and Courier re
porter. He brags about his pleasant
relations with the white people, and
isdelighted over Hampton's triumph.
SUITS BEFORE J USTICRS. An act
was passed at the last session of our
I/egislature, requiring Justices of the
Peace and Aldermen to render judg
ment withiu ten days after a final
Rearing of any case. Failure an the
part of a Justice to comply with this
law is a misdemeanor, and subjects
such officer to a penalty of SIOO.
Heretofore Justices had twenty days
in which to pass judgment.
The Murphy Temperance move
merit \% sweeping the country like
wild fire. Meetings are held and
speeches made everywhere. Judges
and lawyers, ministers and lawmen,
unite in making common cause
against the demon ot intemperance,
aud thousands aro signing pledges
promising to abstain from all in
toxicating drinks us a beverage.
We hope that some substantial good
may result from this work.
We see as yet but very few people
clothed in new Spring suits. The
general reason for this is that times
are very hard and people must make
their old clothing do a while longer.
But the special reason that new suits
are not more general is that folks
wait until business calls them to
Bellefonte, where J. Newman, Jr.,
the popular King Clothier, can suit
them in all respects, and at prices
that are very low even in these cheap
times. Newman is your man for
good and cheap clothing. Go and
see for. yourself.
In order to en Joy good sound sleep,
several things are necessary, of
which the following are of primary
importance: First, a good con
science ; secondly, regular and tem
perate habits, and lastly, Bartlett's
Adjustable Spring Bed, manufac
tured by Daniel Derr, Bellefonte,
Pa. Whether you enjoy and prac
tice the first two requisites, we do
not pretend to know. If you are thus
lucky, better get the third one and
have your repose complete. If you
are without the first and second,
you had better secure the third at
once and have some sleep, bee ad
vertisement in another column.
The JOURNAL IS growing so popu
lar and beloved that fault is round
with It but rarely. Irately however, a
friend suggested that we might use
the pronoun "we" a little wes fre
quently, Intimating that too much
of it sibaeked a little of egoism. We
plead guilty at once, to save costs.
But the fact is we can not write at
all, unless we are: permitted to use
the word v as often as we wish.
It is a weakness we have. That's
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Have you straightened up and
white-was bed your fences, cleaned
up your yard, removed the stone, old
boards and other rubbish around the
the premises ? If so vou should
next in order trim up the flower beds,
clip your trees and ornamental
bushes of awkward and useless
branches and then look around to
see whether there is not something
else to do in the same line. Don t
be satisfied with a few hours of work
in the yard and garden, In the Spring.
We would like toaeyou keep things
in the best kind of trim all Summer,
the fact that it is none of our busi
ness,how you do your work, "to the
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One of the best Book Stores iu
Central Pennsylvania, is that of
James Welch in Bellefonte. Full
to repletion in its various depart
ments, Mr. Welch sells st prices
that defy competetion anywhere.
Just now he makes a speciality of
paper and envelopes selling the lat
ter at Are cents per pack, and note
paper at 7—lo cents per quire. We
advise our readers to visit and buy
at Welch's store wheu they go to
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Trlbnte of Respect.
At A regular stated meeting of
Millheim Council, No. 309, O. U.
A. M. held In the Council Chamber,
May sth, 1877, the following tribute
of r aspect to the memory of our late
brother, A. Jackson Hosterman, was
Whereas God, the Supreme Ruler
of all mankind, has in his infinite
wisdom taken from our midst by
death, our Late esteemed brother,
A. Jackson Hosterman, therefore
Resolved, That we bow our heads
in humble submission to His will
and extend our heartfelt svmphathy
to the bereaved widow and orphan
Resolved, That in the death of
Bro. Hosterman, we feel the loss of
a highly respected member of our
Resolved, That we drape in mourn -
ing for tlie space of sixty days, the
Charter of our Council.
Resolved, That these resolutions
be published in the MILLHKIM JOUR
NAL, and a copy sent to the widow of
our late brother.
I JOHN YAROER,
A. O. DRININOBR,
C. 11. Uxi.d,
The sick are convalescing.
Henry Brungart and Mai shall
| Hall Are building in East Ilebersburg;
hope many more will follow.
I The Cherry crop promises to be
The foundation of the German Re
formed church is fast approaching
Our Supervisors have commenced
operation on tlie road, a good step in
the right direction.
Some of our fanners revel in tlie
hope of replanting some of their corn,
having planted it the first time dur
ing the winter.
Rcbersbxrg should not only lie a
moral but a religious village, judg
ing it from its many weekly proceed
ings, two or three sermons, three Sal>-
hnth schools, three Bible classes,
three singing associations and sev
en prayerraeetings, (the Lutherans,
Uuited Brethren and the Evangel
ical Association having them bi
weekly.) besides other raettings of
a religious nature. Who can beat
PETERSON'S MAOAZINE for June
opens with an exquisite steel engrav
ing "Sybil's Swans." In addition it
has a double-size colored fashion
plate, about twenty other fashion il
lustrations. and dozens of patterns
for embroidery, netting Ac., Ac. It
has also a pattern for a tidy in Java
canvas, largo size, which is alone
worth the price of the number. "Pe
terson," it must be remembered, is
only two dollars a year , and in clubs
can be had as low as $1.50. How so
elegant a magazine can be published
so cheaply, is only to be explained
by its enormous edition, which tlie
proprietor claims is tlie largest of
any lady's book in tlie world. "Pe
terson" has long been celebrated for
the superiority of its fttories, and
the present number fully sustains
this reputation. Mrs. Ann 8. Bte
phens, Frank Lee Benedict, the au
thor of "Josiah Alien*# Wife," Ac.
Ac., being among the contributors.
A new volume begins w'th the next
uumber, so that now is just the time
to subscribe. Undoubtedly "Peter
son" is (1u best and cheapest of its
kind. Specimens are sent, gratis, to
those wishing to get up clubs. Ad
dressC'KAS. J, PETERSON, 306 Chest
nut Street, Philadelphia.
On the 30th ult., at the Reformed
parsonage by Rev. W. M. Land is,
Dr. D. J. llillbish of Rebersburg,
to Miss Emma K. llillbish of Free
burg, Snyder Co., Pa.
On the 12th inst., in Penn t wp., an
infant son of Jacob Dutweiler, aged
1 year, 2 mouths and ft days.
On the 12th inst., near Penn Hall
Mrs. Fayette, wife of John F. Heck
man, aged 40 years, 6 months and 1
Although Mrs. Heckman had suffered long
and severely, the messenger mt death came
at a time and under circumstances least ex
pected ; up to e few days ot her death she
had been in her usual health, but death
came suddenly and finished his wore. The
deceased was a consistent member of the
Reformed Church, and when her last hour
came, she was ready for tt. The bereaved
family have sustained a severe loss which
nothing but divine grace can heal. We
commead them to that comforter, who is
able to heal every wounaod and broken
"Earth has no sorrow which heaven can
On the 5 th inst., Catharine -E.
Miller, of Rebersburg, aged 67 years
8 months and 4 days.
On tlie 6tli inst., in Madisonburg,
infant son of George W. and Annie
On the 9th inst., Amelia, wife of
John C. Suiull, aged 49 years, 5
mouths and 8 days.
What a blessing to the poor would
he such* wholesome purifier and pre.
▼entire of oouUfion ae Glenn's
Sulphur Soap, could It be distributed
among them. Why dont some
philanthnvplstact ou this hint > De-
SitCritten ton's No. 7 Sixth Avenue,
Ill's Hair a Whisker Dye, black
or brown, 50 ete. 4w
The highest musical authorities,
as well as all who have purchased
the Reatty Piano, are equally charm
ed with Its beauty and purity of tone.
Ttie manufacturer has succeeded in
imparting to its roundness, fullness
and richness of tone, perfectly aston
ishing. None should be without
one. See hie advertisement. Ad
dress Daniel F. lleatty, Washing
ton, N. J., U. S. A
Rev. J. H. Peters will preach in
the Evangelical Church, Millheim,
next Suuday evening. English.
Rev. ,T. M. Smith will preach nest
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock, in
the U. R. Church.
Lodge and Society Directory.
The Millheim Comet Band will
meet in the Town liall oil Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Providence Grange No. 217 P. of
H,. meets in Alexander's block on
the 2nd Saturday ef eacli month at
61 P. M. and on the fourth Saturday
of each month at 1J P. M.
The Irving Literary Society meets
in the Town Hall, every Friday ev
The Millheim B. A L. Association
meets in Town Hall, on the evening
of the second Monday of each month
Millheim Council No. 309, O. U.
A. M. meets every Saturday at 8
o'clock, r. m.. in their Council
Room, Wilt's Building.
Degree Meetings will lie held on
Tuesday on or before the full moon
of each month.
B. F. MILLER, C.
CIIAS. H. HELD, Sec.
/"lAI'TJON.—AII person* are hereby c*u
\J Honed not to sell my son Harvey any -
thing on credit as 1 will pay no debts of hits
Mat. BCSA* SMITM.
Penn Hall, May IT. 1177. 20-3
BartletCs Patent, Jane 21,1870
A LITCBIOIS BED
WITH ONLY A SIXOLE M ATTIC ESS.
For Durability, Clcanllneas and
Adjustment it has no Equal.
Spiral Spring Elastic Slat
Bellefonte, Centre Co.. I*a
Miss L. Harter
HAB JUST RECEIVED A PULL LINK OF
whlch>he offers to sell at the lowest prices.
Dress Baking a Speciality.
A share of pnbllc patronage respectfully so.
■% MB# *hla Only st..V> capital
ffl 1111K u l£Ti l S* r L < 2S Y V£'.f
John K. llaNowrll, Unit TAoUUUU
139 East Eight Ht., New York. 4w
The Black Hills.
By 11. N. Maocihk, who has spent 12 years
in this region. Latest accounts of Goll and
Kll/er prospects. Agricultural and Grazing
resources, Climate, Hunting, Fishing, Indi
ans, and Settler's Adventures with them,
Mining and Wild Western Life, the Water
falls. Boiling Geysers, noble Scenery, im
mense Gorges, etc. With 27 Hue illustra
tions. and one map. Price •ssljr !• eta,
Sold bv Am. Nr.wsoKAi.iKft, or wiit post-paid
for 12c. by DOMNRLLY LOYD * *•..
Pubs, Chicago, ILL. 4W
s nermancntlv located at the ST.
CHARLES HOTEL, Pittsburgh. Pa.
Diseases and Deformities of the Hpine, Vl
terlne DiipUcements, Dyspepsia, llerula
and Piles successfully treated by the BAN
NING BYHTKM of Mechanical Hupports.
Call wr send for descriptive pamphlet, "The
House You Lire In." rlai'cu free.
rUTDY POT TITTD *7*' w ** wounded or
uVliiil ttUbiJiblt contracted perma
nent disease lu service, can get a pension by
wrriting to John Kirapatrick, Cambridge.
6Netv nieces sheet music, retails for $1.75,
sent for 10 eta. and stamp. Cheap Music
Co., Middlcbnm, Mass. 4w
ftf FI.KG ANT CAltlW all stvles with name,
6JIO cts.. pest paid. J. B. Rusted, Nassau,
Co.. N. Y. 4w
piTMI copy curious love letter, 1 pk. comic
1 U Hoards 1 pack popping question cards;
all for 10 cts. & stamp, run Card Co,, Mid
dleboro, Mass. 4w
Rest bargains in America.pi T)||n J. F.
Maps and Catalogue free.l AitMu Mancha,
Dover, Del. 4w
pmil package comic Envelopes, pk. comic
I ÜBeards, pack scroll cards, 21 p. book of
Fun: all for 10 eta. A stamp. Novelty Co..
Mlddleboro, Mass. 4w
mm m gM Tht Tip TM farkftg* la Mt* lsrgsst
rn I'ti. Mof CHraot Sold SloM
BUeia Rattofta. Oanta' Lk Uoocga IHoaaood Kin, Am*-
ihrotßion Blnglnhdd with ftld, AtooQiyat Stonaaeorf
nit. Quid plstad Weddlnß Mac ftat Ko-wbud fcf Drooa
uadloa' flowarod and Sllrer-1 fUtrie. Ladtoi' Ksnc; Bat
ft andttrona, Oold-ptolo Oullar llaitwi, Oonu' Ootd put
sd Wsteh CTialn and eat rf ■■■ BP^h
theasM.id p;atwl Bttida.
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rentt. . t.XTRAORDINARY ■ ■ A
INDUCtUhSTS TO AChATS ■ ™ A
|gj. BRIM, Ollnton Plbol Mew York^
Bulldluff Lots for Sale.
The subscriber offers for sale three build
ing lots on Water street Mlllhetm, near the
Brick Mill. Theee are choice sites for homes
and will be sold at a bargain. For particu
lars apply at the Journal Office, or to
W. C. PCKCAN, _
S , •T1
A3I on the estate of Harah Zelgltor, late of
Gregg township. Centre county, ra., deceas
ed, nave been granted to the subscriber, all
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment , and those hav
ing claims against the same, to present them
duly authenticated, for settlement.
Fee Bedaced. Entire CMtsss.
Patent Office Fee $35 In advance, balance
S2O within 6 months after patent allow
ed. Advice and examination
free. Patents Bold.
i. VANCE LEWII* A CO.,
U-3m Washington, D. 0.
!l JAMES wmT ft CO., J
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\ CALL AND SEE.
XyHY WASTE YOLK MONEY
WHY WASTE YOUR MONEY
WHY WASTK YOl'lt MONEY
IN SUCH HARD TIMES
IN HITCH HAtU TIMES
IN SUCH HARD TIMES
IT WILL TAY YOU
IT WILL I'AY YOU
TO COME TO OUR STORK
TO COME TC Ol K STOKE
Far anything lu ih* line of
Bry UMia, Oathtaf, CwpSi, Ml
i'letliß, U A IktM, Prm
We are selling—LADlES SHOES at SI.OO cts
We are selling—l-adies Button Shoe*at 11.50
We are selling—Ladles White Hose at 5 cts
We are seiling—Ladlcs Handkerchiefs at 5c
We are selling—DßESS GOODS at S cents
We are selling—Dress Goods at 10 cents
We are seIIing—CALICOES at 5 cents
We are seIIing—SHIRTINGS at I cents
We are selling—SPOOL COTTON at 2 cents
We are selllug-LADIES DOLMANS *2.50t0.
We ate selling—Ladies Trimmed Ifats at 1.50
Wc are selling—lndies Trimmed Hats at 1.75
We are selling—Ladles Trimmed Hats at 2.00
We arc seIIing—CARPETS at 30 cents
We are seIIing—CARPETS at 25 cents
We are selling—lngrain Carpets at 50 cent*
We arc selling—Brussels Carpets at *I.OO
We are selling—MEN'S SUITS at *5.00
In fact we are selling everything
usually kept iu a large and well se
lected stock for less than any other
house ia Centre County. It will
pay you to call and see for your
i J. ZELLHR & SON,
Xo. A Brarkcrhoff Row,
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.
A Full Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand.
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE
SPONGES, 16 cents and upwards. A share of the publio patron
age respectfully solicited.
T. D. M ' CTL L O M ,
Late Chief Clerk of the Robinson
House, PITTSBURO, PENNA.,
Only First Class Hotel in
PITI RE & MOTTO FR\ ES.
Just received at W E LCI I'S CHEAP
next door to the Post Office, a Large
assortment of Motto and Picture
Frames, embracing many New A
Beautiful Designs io Rustic, Enam
eled and Solid Walnut, which Willi
be sold at greatly
Motto Frames, with Back and Glass,
30 and So cts.
Rustic Frames, Bxlo, with back and
glass, 30 and 35 cts.
Mottos, many New Styles, 5 cents.
Envelopes, 4, 5 and 8 cents per
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 Sixes from 8 to 25 cents per
bunch. Our Goods are all plainly
marked in Figures and sold at one
price only, and to do no injustice to
any, the terms are strictly cash to
Vital Wfsknew or Depression, a weak ex
hausted feeling, no energy or courage; the
result of Mental nver-worg, Indiscretion or
Excesses, or smne drain upon the system Is
always cured by
HnfliArey's HoieopatMc Specific No.
It tones up and invigorates the system*
dispels the gloom and desopndencv, Imparts
strength and energy—stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by thous
ands. Held by dealers. Pi Ice, sLrt> per sin
gle vial: or A'.no per package of live vials
and 100 vial of powder. Hent by moil on
receipt of price. Address Humphrey's
Homoepathic Medicine Company, MS Broad
way. New York. 51x13 ly.
mm KNT M fit on
■■h HH Jewelry
I H H ™ot. Consisting
M of •leg ati t
K MB watch chain, la
I brooch, and ear
m B rant stone
B BPI deeve buttons,
sci spiral stuas, collar nutton, heavy plain
wedding ring, and gemts' Parisian diamond
pin. The above articles sent, post-paid, lor
fteCTM. have been retailed for s*. Bank
rupt stock and tnnst be sold. Solid Milton
Gold Watches, slo each, for speculative pur
poses, good timers, equal In appearance to
a fano genuine gold, "His reputation for
honesty, fair dealing and liberality Is un
eqnaled by any adrertLser in this city."—2Y.
F. Day Boair. Dec. Id. 1876.
POSTAGE STAMPS TAKKN AS CASH.
F. STOCKMAN 27 BOND ST- New York.
WITH A COLD IB ALWAYS DANGEROUS.
WELLS CARBOLIC TABLETS.
a sure remedy for COUGHS, and all diseases
of the Til BOAT, LUNGS, CHEST and ML'.
Put up only in BLUE Boxes.
HOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C .H. CRITTKNTON. 7 Sixth Avenue,
THE PLACE TO BUY
Boots, Shoes, Baiters, Slippers and
FOR BPRINO AND SI'MMER IS AT
For Ladies, Misses, and Children's
trench Kid Button and Laced Shoes.
AMERICA* KID IKB BIJTTBJf
Calfskin, Kip, Goat and Grain Leather,
Pegged and Sewed Shoes.
Calf, Kip, Dpr ant Split Leather
Boots ani Shoes.
Great Bargains for Cash
NO OTHERS NEED APPLY.
LOCK HAVEN, FENXA
WAR ! WAR ! WAR!
Jn the great Dry Goods Batik in Lock
ha* oome off vli'toriuu* on account of the
wonderful low prtact at which l>rv (foods
in sold at tula old and reliable store.
The third Immense stock of Dry liaadu,
('•ryrta, he., for the Spring and Hummer
trade is just being opened at prices below
any erer before known.
5000Tarda all KII.K GROGttAIN 111 RHUS
beantlful shades, only 15 eta per yard.
!*JO new PARAROLB, KPUINO STTi.r.s. com
mencing at 1§ ets. a pteee.
IJirge lt BLACK KID Cf LOVER, all slze„
25 eta. a pair.
500 Packs PINS, at 3 eta a pack.
1000 yards DREBH LIXENB, ALL IfBE LIN
EN, from IS eta a yard up.
3000 yarda BEAUTIPUL SPRING RTYLK
PR I NTH, warranted fast colors at
se. 6c. Bc. Bc. Bc. sc, sa. oc. Sc. per y.
200 Pair MENB' HALF IIOREat 5 eU. apr.
200 Pair LADIES' HOSE at C 4 eta.
I-arge fPock beantlful ready mad# LA
-1)1 KM' SPRING BKIKTS, 37 eta
Immense Stock ready made LINEN SUITS
res 1 A DIMS, very cheap.
Ourfttorkof STRIPED ft PLAIN SILKS,
RKILI.I ANTINKS, ALL WOOL, 1)K B.YWII
KS. PLAIDS ft HUMMER DUES*GOODS,
comprises all the choicest styles In endless
The largest and cheapest stock of PANT
INOR, SHIKTJNOS.TK KINO*, MLMNS, TOWL
isoa. TABLE LINENS, MENS* ft Bors' Srx
WEK WK.VKS, ever THOUGHT to J-ock Haven,
at the RKR HITS Just belug opened this,
New tttoek CARPET, Handsome INWKAJN
CaftPßT, only ets. a yard.
FLOOB OIL CLOTH, 2 yards wide, only 75 e.
I.arge St.wk of 3 PL>' AND Frx* CAKKT
CHAIN and WINDOW UUBTIKB, cheap.
Remember the Oreat
BEE HIVE DBY HOOD STORE,
U I.UX STXKKT,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
m-Wanted—sooo ft. Good TUB
WASHED WOOL in exchange for
Dry Goods, for which the Highest
Cash Price will be paid.
All kinds of Wagons made to
SI rARCT CARPS IS SjiH with name 10
Aw ts. Post paid, J.B. Husrsn, Nassau.
Reus Co., N. Y.
The best and most lasting parlor organ
now In use. No other parlor organ has ever
attained the saute popularity.
It has been tested by thousands, many of
them competent judges, and gives universal
satisfaction to all.
The music is adapted to the hnman voice,
ranging from the softest Bute-like note to a
volume of sound unsurpassed by any instru
This instrument has all the latest improve
ments, aud everv ore„u is fuilv warranted
for six vcars. Beautiful oil polish, black wal
nut panelled cases, which will uot CRACK
or WARP, and forms, in aildilhHi to a splen
did instrument of music, a beautiful piece of
This organ needs only to be seen to be ap
preciated, and is *oM at extremely low fig
ures for cash. Second-hand instruments
Uken in exchange.
Agents wanted, male or female. In every
county in the United States and Canada. A
liberal discount made to teachers, ministers
churches, schools, lodges, etc.. where I have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and price
list free. Correspondence solicited. Agent,
discount given where I have no agents. Bes 1,
offer ever given now ready. Address,
DA\l El, F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. 8. A.
A chance for all to makeorsnve money,
AND OFT TUB IEST DOOUS IN THE MARKET.
sold at lower prices than the same qualities
can be bought at any other house in this
country. All good* guaranteed to be satis
factory aud as represented, or the money
will be refunded on return of the goods,
which may be done at our ex|*nse.
The reputation of our house for selling
standard goods at low Prices, (for36years),
has given us a standard in New York City
and vicinitv. that is not enjoyed by any
other house in the trade. After matnre de
liberation 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 of each member of the club
will be put in seperatc packages, and mark
ed with name and cost, so as to avoid con
fusion in distribution. Goods will be 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 id either goods,
or money to the person who gets up the club,
to compensate for trouble ect- Samples of
TKA ft COFFEE sent by mail. Send for
Price-list, aud Club Circular. 4w
Stirrer's New York is China Tea
M. H. MOSES, & CO.,
77, 79,81, S4 and 86 VESKY Htreot N. Y "
lIT 4 ITVn An old established N. Y. and
IV AiiloU Havana Arm want a General
Agent in Mlllheim, to control the sales of
their Cigars- A permanent paying positku
for an acceptable inan. Must be energetie
and reliable. Address, RAMON, LOPt/- &
Co., 147 Reade Street, New York.
mttfl pack acquaintance cards. 1 pack hdkf.
I UUflirtation, 1 pack scroll, all sorts,for
only 10 cents ft stamp. Fun Card Co., Mid
dlehoro. Mass. 4w
TTII comic oil chromo. 7xll, mounted, worth
fla2sc. 1 Pk. love cards, 1 pk. comic envel
opes, 1 pk comic cards, 1 pk, scroll, 1 24 page
book Fun, ail sent for onlv 5 Sc. stamps.
Noveltv Co., Mlddleboro, Ma*?. Iw
§' Alcottl fiter-Wle.:
' Awarded the Crnfennfa.
The most practical, slm
p)c, and effective. Its sr
pertor advantage at panit.
gate la universally ac
knowledt < <i. Add rem.
U.T. A I.COTT ft SDK.
u . .. _.. Mfrs. of Wheels aim Ml !
n j - r< "
Hew Maui Mutual Life Jta, ft.
The oldest mutual in the country, Chartered
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEN.
MAKRTONft WAKF.LIX, General Agent'.
133 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
Active Agents wauled instantly to Intro
DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED.
Nearly fcrf) pages; only 62..W; rich ilhiatra
Hons; and a treasure as the lw.it ana cheap
est History of the Great Exhibition. B
doracd by Officials, Press, and Clergy. Is
selliug immensely. One lady cleared *lsoin
four weeks. Aet quickly. Now or never,
Fyf UH partkular*. Address HUBBARD
BltOS., Publishers 733 Sanson Street, KblU.
f\ AQ'TS WANTED FCM HISTORY ■
It contains nearly 440 fine engravings %f
buildings aud scenes in the Great Exhibition
and t s the only authentic and complete bis
tory published, it treats of the grand build
lugs, wonderful exhibits, euriosit les, great
events.etc. Very eheau and sells at idghf.
One Agent sold 13copies In one dav. Send
for our extra terms to Agents and a tad
description of the work. Address NATIONAL
Prnunixo Co.. Philadelphia. Pa.
P A ITTTfllll Unreliable and wortblre hook*
UilU IIUIL on tlie Exhibition are Icing cir
culated. Do uot he dec i\ed. See that the
book you tniy contains 9lspay.es and nearly
4tM line engravings-
Daniel F. Beatty's
C ACTION.— 'The reputation I have gained
and the celebrity of inv Drgons, have lnduc
ed soinc unprincipled ponies and agents
to copp my rircuiars. and misrepresent my
instruments; against this the putilic *M
hereby cautioned. All my Organs bear mv
trade innk, Golden Tongue, an d all my Pia
tios have the word PI •* O underlined,
and also have my naint'SiißPKand t*J.
deuce, DAMEI. F. BKATTT, Wxshiuton, N.
J., without which none is genuine.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, X. J., U. 8. A.
DC ATTIf'O €KL KBRA
Mesnrs. Geo. p. Rawed ft Co.. (N. Y.J*
Newspaper Reporter, says:
"Daniel F. Heatty, the organ builder, of
MashtNgton, N. J., presses forward with
rrom Wm. Peol, Ntagar* Falls. N. Y.
months use of the eiecent Parlor
Organ you sent me satisfies me that it is one
of the best made. It has a rich tone; Its
various tones are most pleasant. I most
heartily recommend your organs for parlor
school, church or other use.*
Rest offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both wavs if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of tvr da vs.
Oman warranted for five years. Head for
extended Hat of test imonials before buying
a pallor Organ. Address.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
WuhingtM, New Jersey, C. S. A
A worded the Mights! Intel it VifßEi.
591 Broadway, New York.
(Opp. Metropolitan Hold.)
liwafaclarsm, ImptHers ft Bra
Eurarajs, Chromes aid Fiames.
STEREOSCOPES & YIERS,
Albums, iiraphosroprs, rhotogrtflis,
Andkiudred goods-Celebrities, Aclitssea,
We arc Headquarters for every thing in tha
MH RO M IEVTIFK LASTERX,
r3f I TEgRITY STEREOFTICOK.
SCHOOL LANTERN,FAMILY LANTERN
Each style being the best cflts class In tha
Catalogue of Lautrrnsand Slides, with dl
rections for using, sent on application.
Anycutcrprislnc man can make IBOIICT
with a Magic Lantern.
t3. Visitors to the Centennial Exposition
will do wisely to defer purchasing gods in
our Une until they come to our sto.c- in New-
York, where they will find greater vartetv
and more moderate nri es, and can select
more at their leisure. But wehaveaccu
ceaslon to sell some styles of our goods in tha
building of the Depart iiient of Public Ci*>.
fort, and thfwe not coming to New York are
invited to call on our representation tbvio
fiS- A fullstock of Views of the Kxposi.
tion lluiMiugsaiid their contents. -
*a-Cnt out this ad. for reference"lta
W 4VTF.D v, e Pive energetic
If .t.l 1 KilF. men and women
Business that will Pay
from 61 to *S per day, can be pursued m
your own neighborhood, and Is strietlv hon
orable. /•artimlars free, or samples "worth
sevcrai dollars that w ill enable vou to go to
work at once, will be sent on reecurt of fifly
Address LATHA M & CO.,
Box 2.154. 419 Washington SL, Boston. Mars
Believing it to be BY FAR the best Parlor
and Orchestral Organ manufactured, w
challenge any manufacturer U equal them.
The celebrated Gohieu Tongue Reeds in this
organ in conjunction with the Perfected
Reed Boards produce sweet, pure and pow
erful tones- Superb eases of new and elegant
designs. Ministers, teachers, churches
schools, lodges, etc., should send for price
list and discounts.
Dealers will And It to their advantage lo
examine this instrument. It has improve
ments found in no other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both ways it
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five davs
Organ warranted for six years. A gents dis
eouut given everywhere 1 luve no agent.
Agents wanted. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washißgtoß, Sew Jersey, Rj. s. A.
Tbe STORY of CHARLEY ROSS.
A full account of this greafcMgatery, written
by his Father, beats Riflgtaatm Crr.>e in
thrilling Interest. The lllupkatgd baud-b<Mik
to all religious, a Complete Amount of al
denominations and sects. 33wTUjm|ratl<>i)-.
Also the ladies' medical guide. Pan
coast. lOOlllustrat'ons. These book*sell at
sight. Male and Female Agents coin monev
'Hi them. Particulars rrce. Copies in niit ii
♦2 each. John E. Potter ft Co., Phfla."