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M'Jlls'.m on (he 1.. C. S. C. R. R., has a
ropulatlou ol ft—TOO, is a thriving business
centre, and controls the trade of an average
radius of over eight miles, in which the
Journal lias a larger circulation than all
ot her county papers combined.
Airtrltscrs wSi please mate a note of this
vim > ■ ■ ■■■'
What is Trouble.
A company of Southern ladies
were one day assembled in a lady's
parlor, when the conversation chanc
ed to turn on the subject of earthly
affliction. Etch had her story of
peculiar trial and bereavement to re
late, except one pale, sad looking wo
man, whose lusterless eye and deject
ed air showed that she was a prey
to the deepest melancholy. Sudden
ly arousing herself, she said in a
hollow voice, "Not one of you know
what trouble is."
"Will you please, Mrs. Gray,"
a lid the kiud voice o2 a lady who
well knew her story, "tell the ladies
what you call trouble ?"
"1 will, if you desire it," sho re
plied, "for I have seen it. My pa
rents possessed a competence, and
my girlhood was surrounded by all
the comforts of life. I seldom know
an ungratified wish, aiul wis always
gay and light-hearted. I married,
at nineteen, one 1 loved more than
all the world besides. Our home
was retired, but the sun never shone
on a lovelier one or a happier house
hold. Years rolled on peacefully.
Five children sat around our table,
and a little curly head still nestled
in my bosom. One uight about sun-1
"dowa one of those black storms
came on which are so common to
our southern climate. For many
hours the rain poured down iucess- j
antly, Morning dawned, but still
the elements raged. The whole Sa
vannah seemed afloat. The little
stream near oaa dwelling be.came a
raging torrent. B.'foru we were '
aware of it our house was surround
ed with Water. 1 mauaged with my
babe to reach a little elevated spot,
on which a few wide sqreading trees
were standing whose dense foliage
afforded some protection, while my :
husband and sons strove to save
What they could of our property.
At last a fearful surge swept away
my husband, and he never rose
Ladies, no one ever loved a
husband more, but that was not
"Presently my sons saw their i
danger aud the struggb for life be
came the only consideration. Tiiey
were a3 brave loviug boys a3 ever j
blessed a mother's heart, and I
watched their efforts to escape with
such agony as oulv mothers can feel, i
They were so far off I could not
speak to them, but I could see them |
closing nearer and nearer to each
other as their little island grew
smaller and smaliea. . t
"The sullen river raged around
the huge trees; deal branches, up-1
turned trunks, wrecks of houses,
drowning cattle, m uses of rubbish,
all went floating past us. My boys
waved their hands to me, then point
ed upward. I knew it was a fare- I
well signal and you, mothers, can;
imagine my anguish. I saw them ,
all perish, and vet—that wa3 not
I hugged my babe close to ray ,
heart, and wheu the water rose to
my feet I climbed into the low
branches of the tree, and so kept '
retiring before it, liU an all-poworful j
Maud stayed the waves, that they i
should come no further. I was
saved. All my worl ily possessions
were swept away, all my earthly j
liope3 blighted—yet that was not
"My baby was all I had left oa
earth. 1 labored night and day to
support him and myself, and sought I
to train him in the right way; but
as ho grew older evil companions
won htitt away from luru3. He
cease 1 to care fjr his mother's couu-1
seis ; he would sneer at her entreat
ies and agonizing prayers. He left
my humble roof that lie might be i
unrestrained in the pursuit "of evil, !
and at last when heated by wine, i
one night betook the lifeofa fellow- i
t>eing, and ended bis own upon the
scaffold. My .heavenly Father had j
tilled my cup of sorrow before ; now !
it ran over. This was trouble, la
dies, such as I nope His mercy will
save vou from ever experiencing." i
There' was not a dry eye among
her listeners, and the warmest syrn- !
pathv was expressed for the bereaved;]
mother, whose sad history had taught
them a useful lesson. Laltmorean.
APRIL AND DECBM3ISU.
Justice Young was startled yes
terday morning by the abrupt en
t aoce into bis office of a fidgety old
l;uly, about sixty-one years of age,
who led by the band a timid, bucolic
youth of twenty- two.
"Whar's the Squire ?" inquired
the fl istrated female. 1
'/4 m W mW aw
"Here, madam, at your service,"
answered the polite dispenser of
justice tempered with costs. "1
ani not in the assault and battery
business, however ; you must go to
the Criminal Correction."
"Salt and buttery!" I don't
want none o' that myself. 1 want
you to fix up a small chunk of a
"Oh, 1 see ; you desire me to
] perform ttie pleasing and remuner
ative ceremony that binds two will
ing hearts according to the form of
the statute in such case made and
"No, 1 want to git married 1"
"What, you? Great Methuselah'"
"Yes, me ; why not ?" And the
basilisk glance cast at the Justice
caused the cold chills to run over
"Oh, certainly, madam, if yon de
sire it. No difference to me. Only
I thought you might be joking.
Where is the groom ?"
j "This is the feller," replied the
dame, dragging the bashful youth
j forward and patting him under the
; "Iteally, my good lady, this must
;be a jest. Why, this is only a boy."
i "He's twenty-two, and his own
master, and if you don't want to
marry us. jest say so, and we'll git
I up and git off to some other Squire.
I reckon there's more'n one of 'em
in a big town like th is here."
"William, hand me the statute.
Let me see ; no Justice, pr eacher Ac.,
shall marry a minor under the ago
of—no that's not it. Where is the
s?etion that prohibits a man from
1 mmrying his grandmother? Well,
! well, there's no fool like au old fool,"
muttered the Justice, looking side
ways at the bride.
"Madam," he said to the old lady,
who was bccoming.inipatient, "I see
1 nothing in this book that fixes the
maximum ago of a bride ' or bride
groom—a great oversight of the men
who made the laws. Stand up and
join your right hands."
j "Hold on. Squire, just a nnnit.
How much are you a going to
! charge ?"
j "Anything you choose to bestow,
madam. It's only a two minute
job. Mr- Usury N. Hart, here a
barrister of the bar, will be kind
enough to act as a witness of'tkis
momentous marriage. * William pre- j
t>are the certificate, and make a big
Bjhemian flourish under my name." j
The contracting parties stood up,
: joined their hands, and were pro- !
nounced man and wife in a deep, i
ventriloquil voice. The certificate
was made out in the names of John
Doyle and Julia Smith, both of the l
State of Illinois. The bride snatch
ed the document before the ink was
dry, and, cramming it into her bos
om, invited the groom to sit. down
on one of the benches, formerly a
church pew, and part ake of a
"snack." She drew from her capa
cious pockets two handf uls of roast
|ed peanuts, and tliß bappv couple
spent the first ten miniates of their
Loaeyrnoou in m asticating the fruit
of which state3m en and politicians
are so foud. Justice Young refused
:to tell the amount of the fee lie re
ceived ; but as he was unusually
cheerful all the rema inderof the day,
it was surmised that the old ladv
was liberal in her outlay for a Ims
■ band.—St. Louis Globe Democrat.
The Oriental easiness.
A good citizen-of Croghan street
was reading the other day of a good
Persian gentleman who always walk-.
Ed about with a smile on liis face.
When this Persian was asked why
he always looked so happy when
other men looked sad he leulied :
"I smile because it may be sun
shine to some paor soul surrounded
i It was very nice iu the Persian,
and the Croghan street man said he'd
, be-haugeJ if he couldn't outsmile
a Persian or any bode else walking
1 around on two legs. He at once be
gan to smile at his wife. B'ie stoo l
; it for a few minutes, and then ob
; served :
i "What's the matter, William
got the colic again ?"
"1 smile localise I want to carry
sunshine to your darkened soul," be
She wanted him to understand
that fifteen minutes at tho woodpile
would help her moro than all the
grins he could grin in a straight
week, arid when he' went into the
kitchoii to smile soms sunshine at
the hired girl the wife followed him
and raised a row that put dinner
three quarters of an hour behind ;
hand. However, one can't get the
hung of Oriental business in a day
and this man tried it again on the
s f reet car as he cauac down town yes
terday. Opposite him sat an ohl
woman with a basket, and he under
took to smile the shadows from her
heart. She watched him for two or
three minutes, growing mad ail the 1
time, and presently she asked:
"Do you think you know me, that
you are grinning across the aisle
like a.circus baboon?"
"I smile, madam, because—be
cause ," he stammered, forget- >
ting what the Persian said. "I
smile because ."
"You are grinuing becausa I've I
got sore eyes !" she shouted.
"No, madam. I smile that I—
that I . i
"I'll not standjt 1" she exclaimed !
| and she hammered him with the j
basket until he escaped off the plat- i
"Now grin over that, will you !'* 1
she called after him as she shook tire
basket in the air,
I 4 The Persian who went around
smiling was a fx>l, and I'm Ms first
j cousin I" growled the man, and ho
j quit smiling and picked a fight with
j a harness maker.
The Howard a Deputy Sheriff hot.
Warren N. Iloyt, a young man
some twenty-two years of age, died
at Golden on Thursday morning last
; and hts remains uassed through
; Denver yesterday morning on route
jto the home of his relatives, at
Kingston, Pa. He was a sufferer
from consumption, and had made
Golden his home for several months
past. But the point that this ' item
is intended to develops is not so
much the sad death of young Iloyt
as the unexpected good fortune it
brought to one of Golden'a very best
young men—Deputy Sheriff John
W. Belcher. Purely from motives
of grntitudo for the many kindnesses
and care that Sheriff Be'chcr had
! generously (and without any thought
I of reward) bestowed upon him dur
| ing and preceding his bust illness,
the deceased willed the Sheriff one
, third of his estate, which is estima-
I ted by good judges to bo worth £IOO
- 000. Tho remainder—s2oo,Qoo—
went to an uncle, who was present
I in Golden when the will was made,
and expressed himself well satisfied
! with his nephew's soundness of
mind at the time of signing the in
strument, which was drawn by
Judge Carpenter. Incidents of this
kind are rare, but if one chance in
many would meet the conditions of
present reward, Sheriff Belcher is
entitled te that chance, as he has
long been noted for bis disinterest
ed kindness to those of his acquaint
ances who were injured or sick.—
Two WIIO FKLL BY THE IX' EL. —
Trinity churchy aid. New York,
contains the graves of a pair of
duellists, both victims of the vicious
practice, and what is more remark
able, united in kindred as father and
son. The latter w;ia slain first. 41e
was a college graduate not yet of
age, and had go! into a quarrel which
resulted in a challenge. His an tag
! onist bad called him a "blackguard"
' and only a hostile meeting could
wipe out the insult. He challenged
and being mortally wounded at the
first fire, was brought home to die.
Such was the sad fate of Philip Ham
ilton, oldest son of Clio great federal
ist, who died in October, 1801,
Philip Hamilton was shot by Cap-1
tain Eacker, while his father, as is
well kuowu, died by the hand of
Aaron Burr. That a favorite son,
aud afterward an iddized husband, 1
should be brought homo to a mother
and a wife, ouly to die, must have '
bceu a fearful trial toiMrs. liamil
tou, but she survived the sorrow
fifty three years, being at the time
of her death ono of the surviving
widows of the Revolution.
v. ~ ... -yw,,,*
A SciIOOLMARM WHO OBJECTED
TO Being Courted.— Au independ
ent little Canadian scboolmarm snub
bed one of her big scholars who j
tried to make love to her, and because
he retaliated bvdisturdiug the school
she gave liim a* souud digging.
His parents suei her and recovered
53,50 damages. The next day the
i girl opened school by saying: "I
have whipped a booby soundly,
which pleasure cost only $3.30. Now ]
if any others of my scholars are in- '
licncdto imitate him, they will have ,
the kindness to step forward, re
ceive the money and the flogging,
and then we will go on with our
studies. lam here to instruct you, '
and not to be courted." She re-'
tams the school and is the most
popular girl in town.
The will of a rich man of the fn
tuic will read: "To the respective !
attorneys of my children I give my
entire estate and worldly goods of j
all descriptions. Personally to the
children and to my beloved wife, I j
give all that remains." This will
satisfy the family, and save the
trouble of proving the old man in- j
THE DICTIONARY AS AN INSTRUCTOR.
. AVe notice as a matter well worth j
mentioning, that at the recent great .
publishers, trade sale in New York, •
the books that were most in demantf
! and brought the best prises were
Webster's Dictionaries, from the fa- ;
mous Q larto to the neat aud handy j
pocket edition. This fact is a good ,
indication of the almost universale
popularity of these books, and of the '
growing, public demand for them. It
indicates also a fact of far greater;
imporlauco, and tjiat is the interest
1 the people are taking in the study of
their own language. This is en-'
couraging, as there is no branch of j
education that is now and has been i
! so much neglected as the common
branches of speUituj and dcfiiimj. It :
j is often astonishing and grievous to
: see how grossly ignorant are children
j and youth, and even men and wo
i men, or the orthography, pronuncia
j tion and meaning of ordinary words
and phrases. They cannot express
• their thoughts for want of words.
i rind often tbev rtnroas thoughts vary |
| different from what they intend, bc
j cause they do not understand tlve
I words they employ. And very fro
-1 qiumtly, from tho same canso, tlmy
take no idea, or wrong ideas, from
wlmt they read or hear.
The roiuody for these evils is the
proper training In the study of words,
Iby the use of the Dictionary, nial
! this training should begin as soon as
the child can distinguish betweeu
one word and another, and continue
indetlnitely. The apparatus for this
study should, of course, be the moat
I complete and thorough to be had,
and this is abundantly supplied in
Webster's Dictionaries, which aro
justly recognized, where-tver our
language is spoken, as tho standard
| authority in English. Parents atul
' teachers can in no other way so
effectually or so cheaply promote tho
j educational interests of their chil
dren, when of suitable age, as by
putting in their hands any 0110 of
Webster's School Dictionaries, for
daily use in connection with the
study of their lessons, and by plac
ing on the family center table, or
the teacher's desk as the autliorita
j tive guide and standard, a copy of
; the Unabridged.
\ The unabridged contains 3,000 il
: lustrations, over 111,000 words in its
j vocabularies, and 10,000 words and
j meanings not in any other Diction
ary ; the-abridged editions comprise
"The Primary," which has the Dig
est sale, and which has some capital
rules for spelling. "The Common
i School" is similar, but larger, with
tables of synonyms, A;. "The High
School," still fuller, with many use
ful tables; "The Academic" and
"Counting-house" for advanced
school :ind for general home and bus
iness use. The latter has some sped
j ally valuable commercial ami finau
j cial tables. , The little "pocket" edi
tion, with its bright gi!t edges and
m irocco binding, is truly an invalu
able poekat companion. It contains
j more than lvS,<XX> words, rules for
; spelling, many abbreviations, words
| and phrases, proverbs etc., ordinarily
met with in the Greek, Latin and
modern languages. Whether it is
, convenient or not to have copies of
i any of thy other h K>ks of the series,
we certainly recommend that all
should ik>sscs3 a copy of tho Pocket,
which, when not otherwise obtaina
ble, may be had bv mail, by inclos
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138 and 110 Grand Street, New York.
Wgetiue has never failed to efTcot a oijio.
giving tone .tnj strength to the ostein til bill,
- t.ued by disease.
SHE RESTS WEIL
South Me., Oct. 11, l^Tci.
Mil. 11. K. STKVKNS:
Dear Sir—i have been *ick two years with
j the liver complaint, and during that time
• have taken a ureal tunny tliflerent kinds of
medicines In i none of them did me any r >od
I was i-. i, s bad no apiKiito. j
1 Since tak inc the Vecettue 1 rest well and re
lisii inv food, ran i"Cominei.d Yegetiuefor
! what it Ims done for nn*.
I Y> urates pee t full v,
j Ai.nitKT niCKP.n.
Witness of tlie al*>ve.
Mr. Ueo. :d. Yaughan, Mcdford, Mass.
Tlioiisands will lear testimony (and <lo it ]
j voluntarily i that Vegeiir.e is I lie b>t niedl.
oal cotnhouud vet plaee ! TsiTorc the |>nb!|c
j for renovating and pttrjfxinc tin- blood,eradi
cating air Minionr, ImpuHMex or poisonous
j seer lions from tlie sys'ent invigorating and I
1 strengthening the system debilitated |>y di
-eases; in fuel it is. as mmy have called it,
•The (Ireat Heaitii Restorer."
SAFE AND SURE.
MR. H. 11. STBVKNS :
In lhTiyour Yejjetino was reeoininende.l to
me, and yielding to the pcrsuash ns of a
friend, I eon eiited to try it. At the time. J
was Suffering from general debility and ner
vous prostrations, superinduced by ever
work and irregular habits. Its wonderful
1 strengthening and curative properties seem
| ed to effect my debilitated system from the
- lirst dose, and ulmei its persistent use I rap-
Idly recovered, training more than usual
health and good feeling Since then I have
j not hesitated t< give Vegethlf my most no-
I qualified ind<>r*v ent as being a safe, sure
j and poweifnl agent in promoting health and
restoring the wasted system to new life ami
[energy. Vegetroc. is the only medicine 1 use.
' and as long as l live 1 never expect to find a
I better, Tourstruiv,
W. if. CLARK,
120 Moutcry Mreet, Allegheny, Pa.
Yegrtlne thoroughly eradicates every kind
of humor,*!.-! n stores the euthe system toa
i healthy rendition.
i The hdlowingletter from Ilev. R.W. Mans
field, formerly pastom! tlie Methodist Mpiseo
i pal Church, llyde Park, and at present set
! lied in i<oweP, must convince everyone who
reads this letter ot the wonderful curative
i qualities fif Vomerine as a thorough cleanser
i and purifier of theploo:l:
Btok Tauk, Mass., Feb. lfi, IST<S.
Mr. 11. R. iswiVEhs:
Dear Kir—Ah >ut ten years aco my health
trailed through the depicting effect* of <jvs
! nepsia ; nearly a year latter I was attacked
Ift v typhoid feveiHn its worst form. It sct
' fled in my back ami took the form of a large.
| deep seated absents. " whidt was fifteen
months ii> gathering. 1 had t.vo sufgieal opa*
rations, t.y the beat skill in the state, but re
| Reived no permanent enre. 1 suffered groat
Wain at times and was constantly weakened
♦%y a profuse discharge- • also lost small
fu ees of i,oin ar diii'orent thnes.
1 Matters ran <>h thps abou*even years, till
iliny.lsTi. uheoa-Triend tec •mmeuded mo
, in go to your once and talk with \*ou on the
},? irlue of Yegetiuf*. 1 did so and by your
kindness pas ed Mirough your in ittufaciory,
iiolin-r the etc., by which your
' renteav is produced.
I By what I saw and heard 1 gained stone
| confidence in VeglMine.
| I commenced Liking it soon after, but I
I felt vvorue from its effects; still I persevered
iUid soot! folk it. was bohOtting me in other
respects. Yet 1 did mit seo.Chn lesuit I de. y
sired, M'l 1 had taken It f.iltlirully for little
1 more than ayeiir, wheriritenlinenlty in the
; back was cured, and ftr nine months J have
enjoyed tin; best oftieaiTn.
X iuvo Jn.ilujl time gained twenty-five
pounds of iladi, In'ht* hflvior than ever be
i rbre In my lffe, r.nd i -vas never more able
to pferf um Labor than now.
, 1 turing thu post few vvebits I had a nerofu
lotts swelling :rt a* urv fist gather on
anotlier part of my body.
| I took Vegettne fanhrally and it removed
it level with the surfnee in a month, I think
i should have Ikmuj cured of my main trouble
sooner it I had taken larger doses, after hav
ing become twxTßSUtnmd ro its efTeet.
D*t your patrons troubled witd scrofula or
kidney disease understand that it takes
time to cure ebroule diseases, ;md if tliey
will patiently take Vegetine, It will, in iuy
judgment, e;ire them.
With great obligations I am.
Yours very tnitv,
JL IL STEVENS, Boston, Mass.
Vegetine is vSuld l>y all Di uggiats. '
B>B ATTVftami *%iiw
SJfij.eu I 8 8 wjwwMumvi
DANIEL F. BEATTY
Washington, Now Jorsey, U. S. A.
;• EI'fIRAIM BARTHOLOMEW,
Boot & Shoemaker,
Wouhl most respoctfnllv inform tho
public that lie is urepaved to do all
kinds of work in his line in the most
satisfactory and workmanlike ntan
tier. Prices moderate. A share of
the public patronage respectfully
II I 1 S |
iPSJ'B 1| I dres? X 1)ANIKl. V l'.
BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A
(ifo. J„ Totter, Jno L. Kurtz
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DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey. V. S, A.
L ite immense Discoveries bv STANLEY
and others are just added to the only com
Life and Labors of Livingstone.
This veteran explorer ratiks among the
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. Exchange Building,
i MAH STREET, j| teg
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FARMERS OF CENTRE CO.
I would respoctfnllv call your at
tention to the celebrated
Keystone Hand Made Chains.
These chains have been thoroughly
listed by farmers and teamsters in
this neighborhood, and are pro
nounced by all who have used them
as far superior to any other chains
made. Having secured the sole agen
cy for Centre county for the sale of
these chains, I am prepared to fur
nish on short notice anythi it£ in tiie
line of Chains, from the heaviest
stump machine chain down to the
smallest chin chnin, all hand made,
of the itest refined iron, niid war
ranted for one year. *
Call on cr address
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s r .Ulbeiua*l>ec. 14. ls7t>.
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Washington, New Jersey, TJ. A.
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ESTABLISHRI) IN 1856.
Anvfirst-class SIGN PAINTER AX
EirEKKK can learn somcthlug to his
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DANIEL P. BEATTY.
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
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MIL 111 ELM, PA.
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"We received the piano ami think it*
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to give it a good test, if vou wish a
word in favor of It we wlllcheerfully give It.'
James It. Brown, Esq., EdwardsviJle, 111.
"The Realty Tiano received gives onttre
satisfaction." Agents wanted. Send for
RAM EL F. BEATTY.
Washington, New jaraey, U. B. A
AND OTHER VALUABLE PREMIUMS.
UIVKX TO TUOHJK WHO
Workfor the Times!
7. ir CINCINNATI WEEKLY TIMER
1 tiblisiied for :B year*, has a National char
acter and iiiHuenco. with patron* in every
s State aud Territory in the uLhm. and of at!
shades and politics. Irs new dcirartrtveiit.
HOMES FOR THE PEOPLE
I In the SouVi and Wir West, will belnvaluble
j to all Umkitig out for New PLACES ok Resi-
AVer;/ mtrnn of the Times Is presented,
free of charge, with an Illustrated Year
book of valuable information, for ISJ7, alone
I worth the price of the paper.
Enterprising men wanted everywhere, to
solicit subscribers, and secure our Gold and
; other \ aluabie i'rrmiuins. A .sample copy
of the Times, our Illustrated List of Preint
j urns to be given to Ag ats, and other docu
• ments, wlllt)e seut freebnapplication to
CIXC I.XXA 77 TIM KM CO.,
(*I 1L Tltlrti St., Cincinnati, O
' TVVRNES' FOOT TUW
U D Kit MACHINERY.
A .10 different machines with
.lo'vhfcli Builders, Cabinet
yy ■ j '-A-f Makers. Wagon Makers
i and Jobbers in imsceliauc
o!t < \V' >i k can cent pete as
v . AnTp t^P'AT.rrr*xrpkioewith
t 4 steam pwcr nuicuLaotur
,MK>xag>, 18 ing a'so Amateur's sup
■ -/v --Tb. "J-l plies, saw blades, faitev
war.d designs, tiav
where yoa read this and
send for catalogue aud prices. W. P.& JOHN
Bai:N!.s Rock ford Wianebago.Yo.. 111.
| Beatty's Parlor
ELEGANT STYLES, with Valuable
Improvements. New atul Beautiful Solo
Stop-;. OVER ONK THOUSAND Organists
■anu Musichftis endorse these urgnus aud re
commend tliem as STRIGTLY FIItSTCLASS
in tone, Mechanism and durability. War
ranted for six years.
Host Klogant and latest Improved.
Have been" a warded tTfe IIIGHKBT PRK
MIL'M In eompetition with others for j
AND PIANO LIKE ACTION
PL'KK, HWRKT, nnd K TEN BAL
ANTED TONE, OKCHESTKAL KF
FfKTSanfl IXSTANTANKOIS ACCESS
WHICH JIAI UK HAD TO THE UKEDS.
Send for Price List. Addrr.s,
DANIEL F. BEATTY, .
* wasniweton. New Jersey, IT. S. A
Crlstadoro's Hair Dye !s the 5 AFEST and
mtjlfc aits InstanttnteotHly, producing
he most naturaHhade-< of Black or Brown;
does NOTftT.vr* the HKIN, and is easily
applied. It Is ;i standard preparation, and
a favorite upon every well appointed. Toilet
ior Lady or Gentleman. Sold bv Druggists.
P.O. Box, 15 W; * " New York.
Grand Square and Upright.
DANIEL F. BEATTY.
Jic* Jemy, t. , A.
Dr. D. 11. MINGLE,
Offers his professionalscrvicqs to the pub
lie. Answers calls at all hours
Office AND residence,
Mlllheim, Pcnn'a t
lSxly. j i
J. W. WALLACE & CO.,
Corner ZNdZ&in _A_nd Gtrov© Streets,
LOCK IIAYEN, PA. '
A full stock ol Drugo & Ohomicals constantly on band. AU ths
leading Patent Modiolnse —Paints, Oils and Oloss, atlomttpsioss
would again cH do |E (| enteiicgint.tbei.
the attention of line. Our pi ice.
the public to the are mod.rat.
fact that they are while OHr wcrk
still engaged in tajijffp i econd to eon.
the manufacture la thi , nart^lhe
i AfilltieiiMitriiKiWorts' I Can
Conches .1| and
Suore, EAST of BRIDGE, M'.LLUEIIf, J'A
J PEIKIXGER & y.VSSETt. __
- —— 4 -*• --
(Successor to J. O. DEIXINGEIIJ
Would most respectfully inform the citizens of Centre county, thai L*
has constantly on hand all kinds of FURNITURE, made ot the best ma
terial and in the most approved styles.
DOUGH TRAYS, CORNER CUPBOARDS
and all other articles in his line constantly on hand. Prices cheap t* ml
the times The wants of young married couples especially suited. Coma
and see. SHOPS, MAIK STREET CENTRE I! ALL. FA. 21xlv.
ARDWARE & STOVEg
Complete Liue of Hardware, in all the various De
Spear's Anti-Clinker Silver Moon Parlor Stove, superior
to all others.
Susquehanna Cook Stoves, Improved Sovereign Portable
Range, warranted to give satisfaction,
all kinds of Cheap Parlor Stoves, at the lowest
prices to suit the TRADE.
THOMAS A. HICKS & BRO.
w. jEC. MILLER Sc 880.
Would most respectfully inform the citizens of. Penns and brush Vallics
that they have opened a Furniture Store, three doors eastoft e ank, Mill-
In itu, wliep- they will keep on hand all kinds of Furniture, such as
COMPLETE SETTS of CANE BOTTOM CHAIRS,
WOODEN CHAIRS OF ALL KINDS,
and all other articles in their line. Repairing: done. Orders promptly at
tended to. Prices cheap, to suit the times. A share of the publicpatron
age is respectfully solicited. |4xflm
THE JOURNAL OFFICE
i.as for sale the celebrated
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PHOTOGRAPH MARRIAGE CERTIFICATES,
i : 4r„'v '
PHOTOGRAPH FAMILY RECORD,
BAPTISMAL CERTIFICATES, and
% • *
jVolwheii by CKIDER &BROTHER, Vork, Psssr*.
are unequaled by
anything of the kind out.
Hundieds of them are sold anuit. '
ally by Ministers of the Gospel and others.
NT e were so highly pleased the samples sent
us, that we ordered a "large lot at once; and made arrange*
ments with the publishers for the right of exclusive sale in Pean,
Gregg, Potter, Itaines and Miles townships. We respectfully invite Mitt
istci s and young couples to come and see For sale singly cr by the dozen,