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fliter & Deimier. Proprietors
O. DeinI NGKii,Associate Editor
RtUhcim. Thursday May, 31
Terms—sl.so Per Annum.
THE REVOLT Afc'AIXST HAYES.
Secret Sleeting mid Orynn lent ton Of
n Now Party lu Washington.
WASHINGTON, May 25.—Accord
ing to previous arrangement a secret
meeting was held in this city, last
night, for the purpose of organizing
a national party. About 150 jx>r
sons from different* States were pres
ent. Those from the North express
ed themselves strongly against the
course of the President and his cabi
net, alleging that they retained in
office men who arc Opposed to the
principles of the Republican party
to exclusion of its tried and true ad
herents. Representatives from the
South declared that the President
had discarded the States which had
elected him and given office to the
enemies of the party. Resolutions
were adopted organizing the meeting
into a national secret body Perma
nent officers were elected i with pow
ers to institute branches throughout
the country, with headquarters at
GOVERNOR ROBIXSO X. of New-
York, is doing the tax-payers noble
service by his faithful following in
the footsteps of his illustrious pre
decessor. The people usually hold
tho House of RepresenLit ives re
sponsible for any extravagance, but
Governor Robinson is mindful of
the fact that though the House may
originate schemes for spending the
public money, he is equally responsi
ble if these schemes receive the ap- |
proval of his signature. A veto of ;
an appropriation bill is a novelty,!
but be has taken advantage of the
opportunities he has had to familiar
ize himself thoroughly with the finan
ces of the State, and has gone through
the supply bill item, cutting out a
number of appropriations. He ob
jects to no less than fifteen items, !
amounting in the aggregate to al
most "SIOO,OOO, and some of them as
small as SBOO, on the ground that
"the work is not absolutely neces
sary and that the canal revenues are
not likely to be sufficient to warrant
the doing of any work that can safe- r
ly be dispensed with." Sucli a close
watch over legislation can baldly be
expected of a Governor, but it is all
the more fortunate for the Empire
State that it has a Governor who
looks so closely to the finances. —
BLOWING IT i TI'RKISH MONITOR.
Darin? FxplolM of Two Tonnj
Ei?lni>BrN with D.rnamite
Torpeloe*-.\ Review o*"
Reront oprrationN mid
sketch of Future 3Xove
LONDON*, May 28
The Standard" s Bucharest corres
pondent telegraphs as follows: The
bill proposing the issue ot paper
money failed to obtain the neceessa
ry majority and will be withdrawn.
The following details have been re
ceived of the destruction of the
Turkish monitor by torpedoes. Two
young Russian engineer officers at
tempted to reach the monitor early
ia the evening with torpedoes, but
were discovered and driven back by
a heavy fire. At 3 o'clock in the
morning they returned in two skiffs,
carrying a chain of small torpedoes
filled with dynamite. No look-out
being kept aboard the monitor they
sccurly lodged the chain across her
bows. "On their return they discharg
ed the whole series of torpedoes bv
means of an electric battery. The
vessel immediately disappeared.
Another railway accident has oc
curred, by which four soldiers were
killed and many wounded.
Mukhtar Pasha reports that an
additional force is required to defend
the Southern reads, as the Russians
evidently intend to gain possession
of the river Arras or Euphrates.
The Bedouins are becoming trou
blesome in Palestine, and there is a
panic at Jerusalem.
Fears for Czar's Health.
LONDON. Mav 27. Since the Czar
his returned to St. Petersburg he has
shown such excitement and uneas
iness as to cause great fears for his
health. lie constautly expresses
dissatisfaction at the nieagerness of
the news. This has induced his
physicians to recommend his return
to tin army, at any rate until some
decisive victories are obtaiued. It
is not yet decided whether he will
undertake supreme co mraand. The
physicians oppose tins idea.
RculKiUklloii of the Turkish Minis
LONDON, May 27. The Standard's
Vienna correspondent says: The
Turkish Ministers of War andfinance
have apparently tendered their resig
nations. The Sultan's decision is
still pending. The Grand Vizier
wishes to mediate with the Chamber
and has confered with some of the
.'ending members oil the formation
of a new cabinet. Alaluaoud Dainad
Pasha declares in favor .of unbend
ing opposition to the Chamber.
The Mexican Border Troubles.
W ASHINGTOX , May 28.—Secretary
M'Cravy and Generals Sherman and
Ord had a long conference with Sec
retary Evarts this morning on the
subject of the Mexican raids on the
Texas frontier. This question is
now in the hands of the state depart
ment, and if it fails to induce the
Mexican authorities to lend an hon
est effort to protect the frontier,
the policy of sending United States
troops across the Rio Grande into
Mexico in pursuit of raiders, as sug
gested by General Ord, will no doubt
be adopted. Gereral Ord explained
to the secretary of state iu details
the*operations of the raiders and bis
efforts to protect the frontier. lie
also explained how secret encourage
ment was given the raiders by the
The Prospective Hanging at Fotts
POTTBVILLE, May 28.—The GOV
ernor having issued the death war
rant of Thomas Duffy to-day, to be
huug on Juno 21. this swells the
nuniberrf Molly MagKires to In 1 ex
ecuted on that day to six, the others
I being James Carroll, Jaiues Jloyle,
Hugh M'Gchan, James Roarritv and
| Thomas Mini ley. Already a large
number of persons have signified
their intention to be here on hang
man's day, as it is called, to see all
that can be seen, though the Sheriff
and other court officials have given
notice that very few persons will be
allowed inside the prison walls 011
that day except those whose pres
ence is absolutely required. Among
the large number ot applications al
ready made to witness the execu
tion only one female, an English
lady, wife of one of the Molly Ma
guire victims, expressed a desire to
sec "with her own eyes" the murder
of her husband avenged. The offi
cials docliuo "for good reasons"' to
Three >e#roes Lynched for the Mar
dorol a Woman.
COLI'MUIA , Ga, May 28.—Last
Friday rooming before day break
Mrs. C. C. CI iambi iss, of Stewart
county, was numlered by three ne
groes. They tired the fences and
drew her hnsbaml away from the
house. The negroes proceeded to
the house to rob it and were met by
Mrs. Cham bliss, aged eighteen years,
armed with a gun. One of the ne
groes, Jerry Snead, took the gun
from her and lodged its contents in
her head, causing her death instant
ly. The negroes then tied. They
were pursued and captured. Jerry
.admitted the* deed and implicated
his companions, Stephen Abraham
and W. Booth. They were brought
to Ohanibbss* house that afternoon
and it was unanimously decided by
about 300 whites and blacks present
that they should bo hanged. A gal
lows was erected and the murderers
were hanged with trace chains.
The IDgus kuhlui Story.
WASHINGTON, May 28. —Gov.
Nicholls' course in ferreting out the
truth of tliQ Laws assassination
case in Louisiana has had a good ef
fect here and will delay, if does not
prevent, any letter being written bv
a mernlua* of the cabinet on that and
kindred affairs.which, on close in
vestigation .do not grow out of po~
litical troubles. T K e department of
justice, for instance, was alarmed
over the reported intimidation of
John Dula. who telegraphed from
New Orleans that he had been serv
ed with a kuklux notice to quit the
town of St. Francisville, La., and
barely escape with his life. On in
quiry the departm nit of justice
found that Dula had not received
any ktikiux notice, unless a petition
to the j>ostmaster general, signed by
near!) all the citizens of St. Franc is
ville, white and black, praying for
his removal from the post offiee
there on the ground of incompetency*
and bad character, could be called
C. 11. Stroheeker, Jno. " Kreamer
and L. B. Frank left on Monday for
Virginia, Maryland, and the Nation
al Capitol, where they intend to
make their homes until old Sol brings
us summer, when they will return
to abide with us. Their principal
object undoubtedly is, to gratify
Dr. L. G. Mover, of Mmroe Co.,
formerly of near Itebersburg, has
been here on a fivmg visit to see his
many friends, but has again returned
to hi 3 field of labor. He reports
the community where he lives dread
fully healthy for a doctor. Call
That mysterious phenomenon
known as Aurora Bor< alit was seen
to shine more brilliantly on Monday
evening than was witnessed in these
parts for a long time. The tlames
flickered up. washing, as it were, the
very face of zenith, then receding
only to reappear more beautiful and
blight than l>cfore.
Our town l*>ya seem to enjoy that
old and familiar play known as
qr-O'tiiKj very much, and pride them
selves with the belief that none of
our sister towns can beat them.
Be careful boys, not to challenge
them all at once.
George Harter in North Millheim
lias trimmed up and painted his new
home until it looks as fresh and
pleasant as a May flower.
John B. Smith, of Suiithville, is
building ouite an addition to his
house, to be occupied when com
pleted, by the firm of Wm. F. Smith
School Boards arc by law required
to publish a financial statement of
their doings at the end of the school
year. Neglect of this duty subjects
them to a fine of §3OO.
THE R.YIL UOA D .
By the time this week's JOUR
NAL shall hnve reached its* readers
we will have a rail road in Penns
Valley. To-morrow, as WT are most
positively assured, the locomotive
will emerge from the Seven Moun
tains, and cast its first astonished
look into one of the most fertile and
beautiful valleys in Pennsylvania,
if not in the United States. Thus
will the dreams and hopes of years
be realized, and we will no longer be
an isolated and secluded people, but
will have the same commercial and
traveling facilities in common with
others, the want of which were so
long and so keenly felt. Penns and
Brush valleys will i>rartiralhi be a
part of the noble old Keystone, of
the United States and of the world.
We will be annexed to the vest of
mankind by the strong ties of trade
and commerce. Agriculture, busi
ness, the mechanic arts, will receive
an impetus heretofore unknown to a
quiet and steady people. Let, us
hope and labor that virtue', knowledge
art and literature may not lag be
hind our more material interests.
Our rail road men are now pushing
matters with commendable zeal.
Col. JSlifer, the efficient President of
the road, passed over the fine the
other week, trying to settle prospec
tive litigation in Harris township
and holding a conference with the
citizens of Bellefonte with a view to
the early completion of the road to
that place. With the Harris town
ship difficulties adjusted and a bonus
of $20,000 secured in Bellefonte, the
success of the enterprise will be as
The JOURNAL office is your place
for Hills, rosters, Envelopes, Letter
Heads, in fact for Job Mr ork ot all
kinds, neat and cheap.
Rumor has it that W. \V. Rog
ers, of Aaronsburg, has boon ap
pointed agent for the Forks R. R.
Station, and Wallace Duncan for
that of Spring Mills.
No clothing establishment in On
tre county was ever so deservedly
popular as that of J. Newman, Jr.
Hollefonte. At Newman's you can
buv a suit of clothes for SI, and a
suit of boy's cloth ng for $8.50.
The corner stone of the now Re
formed Church at Retiersburg will
le laid on Sunday, Juno 10. Minis
ters from a distance are expected to
be present. The christian public is
kindly invited to attend.
W. M. Landis,
F. I'. Musser, of the Treasury
Dcpa tment, paid our sanctum a vis
it last week. Fierce does not coino
very often but when be does come
his visits are of sonio account. Call
The delegates of the late Democra
tic County Convention will reassem
ble at the Hush House, Bellefonte,
011 Saturday the 2nd inst., to appoint
delegates to the State Convention
which is to meet at Ilarrisburg in
(J. W. Stover, Esq., has broken
ground for a new hotel at tne Forks,
within a few rods of the promised
depot. Mr. Stover proposes to erect
and run a hotel tirst class in all re
spects. He bits the lumber, spondoo
lics and mountain tea sutlicieutto
build and run half a dozen.
A change in temperature of fifty
degrees in a few days is enough to
make people growl who are less even
tempered than e liters, ltd degrees
on Sunday and 42 degiecs and snoic
in 7 on Thursday morning, makes a
fellow sweat and shiver at rather
short intervals for comfort.
Harry Tomlinson of the Milllieim
Grocery has just received a new sup
ply of goods. His store is now well
stocked with Groceries, Dried
Fruit. Oranges, Lemons, Confection
aries. Notions, Hosiery,Ac, which
he sells really cheap for cash. Fat
Tuesday, the day of appeals for
IVnn township, was very lively in
Milllieim. Appellants were very
numerous, but the adjustments and
corrections made by the commission
ers were satisfactory i:i the main.
Centre county never bad an abler
or more efficient board of commis
There is a wide difference 111 the
api>earance of grain fields this year.
About half of the fields are Very
good, while the other half is just as
poor. Nearly all that was sown le
--foro the heavy rains last fall, is good
while all sown after the wet snell,
is generally poor. Soma fields will
not pay cutting.
What a blessing to tiie poor would
lie such a wholesome purifier and pr<k
ventive of contagion as Glenn's
Sulphur Soap, could it be distributed
among them. Why dont some
philanthropist act on this hint J I)e
--1 Hit ('rittcutou's No. 7 Sixth Avenue,
Hill's Hair A Whisker Dye, block
or browu, GO els. " 4\v
The highest musical authorities,
as well as all who have purchased
the Beatty Piano, are equally charm
ed with its beauty and purity of tone.
The manufacturer has succeeded in
imparting to it a roundness, fullness
and richness of tone, perfectly aston
ishing. None should be without
one. See his advertisement. Ad
dress Daniel F. Beatty, Washing
ton, N. J., U. S. A
Some of the loudest growling we
ever heard of is just now done by
Bellefonte and other towns on the
IJ. E. V. 11. It. By a recent arrange
ment one can travel from Bellefonte
to Philipsburg, a distance of GO miles,
fors3.oJ, iu 18 hours while if you
go by stage rut Port Matilda, it takes
you four hours and costs s!.s3.
There to be good reason for
dissatisfaction with the rail .road
We are not going to write a puff,
but are going to say, because the ar
ticle merits our commendation, that
the bed-springs manufactured and
sold by our old friend Daniel Derr,
are as far ahead and as much supe
rior to other bed-springs in use, as a
feather-bed is to an ordinary lien
roost to steep on. It is easy, noise
less, an 1 durable. Mr. J)err
manufactures them from the best
material ami will guarantee satis
faction in every instance. Send to
him at Bellefontefor a circular. —
Last week, Maj. R. H. Forster of
the State Bureau of Internal Affairs,
paid us a visit. The Major has serv
ed his country most faithfully in
two wars and carries the scar of an
ugly wound to-dav. lie has since fill
ed several importan positions with
much acceptance, and there air few
men in Pennsylvania better fitted to
fill the office of Auditor General
than the gallant Major. We never
could exactly understand what con
stitute political["claims", but if first
class ability, faithful service in war
and sterling integrity amount to any
thing in their make up, the claims
of Major Forster are about as strong
as those of any man yet named for
On the 24th inst., at the residence
of the bride's parents, by Rev. G.
W. Bouse, A. Walter, Esq.. and
Junie A., daughter of I). A Musser,
The entire person nel of the JOCKNAT, OF
FICII tip their best hats to their pood look
lug and accomplished business head, and
shake hands figuratively, with the beautiful
and happy bride, in token of their best
wishes for their matrimonial state. May
their pathway through life he strewn with
roses with the fewest possible thorns.
On the 25th inst., at her residence
in Aaronsburg, of inflamatory rheu
matism, which she bore with chris
tian resignation, Eve, wife of Jacob
Wolf, aged 68 years, 1 month and
On the 30th inst., at Millheim,
Lydia, wife of Michael Zeigler,
57 years and 27 days.
ArrlVitl nnd Closing of
Mnlls arrive al the Mlllhcim Tost Office as
Daily from all points east via l<ewbiburf,
at 9 p. M.
Daily from all points west via Ttcllcfonte
at G p. u
Every Tnestlav, Thnraday ami Saturday,
firm north ami oust, via Lock Haven at
4 p. M.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
from north and west via Howard, at
Malls close for ensf and west, at fi A. M.
For lawk llaven ami Howard, every Moit
day, Wednesday and Friday at ft A. M.
Communion service by the Ro
fonned congregation at Kebersburg
will IM* held, Sunday, June, Rev.
W. M. Landis, Pastor.
Communion service in tho Luth
eran Church, Aaronsburg, next
Sunday morning, German, and in
the evening English. Preparatory
ferviees on Saturday afternoon.
Preaching on Friday and Saturday
evenings. ltcv.J. Toiulinsou, Pastor.
The first quarterly meeting on
Centre circuit, Kv. Association, will
be held at Mussel's Church, on Sat
urday and Sunday. Rev. M. J.
Carothers, P. F.,* will lie present
Service in tho Reformed Church.
Aaronsburg, next Sunday at - o'clock
P. M. Rev. J. Q. Shoemaker, Pastor.
Lodge and Socloty Directory.
Tlie Millheim Cornet Band will
mm in the Town Ilall on Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Providence Grange No. 217 P. of
11,. meets in Alexander's block on
the 2nd Saturday of each month at
0} P. M. and on the fourth Saturday
of each month at 1) P. M.
The Irviug Literary Society meets
in the Town llall, every Friday ev
The Millheim B. & L. Association
meets in Town Hall, on the eveniug
of the second Monday of each month
Millheim Council N0.909, O. U.
A. M. meets every Saturday at 8
o'clock, P. M.. in tlieir Council
Room, Wilt's Building.
Degree Meetings will be held on
Tuesday on or Ix-forethe full moon
of each month.
B. F. MILLF.R, C.
CIIAS. 11. HELD, Sec.
White Wheat, per bushel new $ 1 yo
Red Wheat, per bushel new No. 1... 1 00
Rye, per bushel new 75
Corn ears, per bushel 50
Corn, shelled, per bushel Its
oais, per bushel, itetv 35
Barley, per bushel .50
Buckwheat, per tunnel 50
Clovei seed, per bushel COOfiO .'<o
Potatoes, per bushel new 1 25
Eggs per dozen 12
Lard, per pound 10
Sugar Cured Hams 1.7
Tallow, |hw pound 7
Butter, ier pound 20
Bags, nor pound 2
Ground Plaster per ton ]o.oo
Rutrer ♦ ic
Wheat 2 00
Tvmovhv Hay 15 00
Clover Hay.. 12 rgj
Clover seed ft oo
Tvmotlnseed 1 25
liaxseed , l lo
Mill lie lin Market,
Wheat 1 po
Rve • 50
T'vinotli\seed 2 50
Flaxseed 1 .V)
Cloverseed P 00
t ides ill
Potatoes 1 (10
Dried Auples 4
Dried Cherries 5
-\TOTICE T(> STOCKHOLDERS.—'The An
utial Meeting of the Stockholders of
the LSWISUCKO, CP.NTKJ? AM) SPKITK I'HKEK
KATI.UOAI) OOMPANT will ic held at the of
fice of the Company, No. 233, South Fourth
Street. Philadelphia, lYnna.. on Tuosdav,
12th. H77, at 12 o'clock, x. Klectlon
for President and Directors same day aud
Place. .J A M I>S K. McTLUItK,
21 3w Secretary.
6 New piece* ••licet music, retails for *1.73,
sent for lOcts. and stamp. Cheap Music
Co., Middlcboro, Mass. 4w
Of ELKO AN T (LVUDS all stvles with name,
oJlhcl-u, post paid. J. B. llusted, Nassau.
Co., N. V. 4w
PTTUI copy curmus love letter, I pk. comic
f UU cards 1 park popping question ear*
all for Id rts. & stamp. Fun Card Co., Miu
dleboro, Mass. 4w
Best barL'iins in America.Pi niTU J. F.
Maps and Catalogue free. l iHUuO MANCHA,
Dover, Del. 4w
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Miss L. Harter
IIAS JUST RECEIVED A FULL LINE OF
which she offers to sell at the lowest price*
Dress Making a Speciality.
A share of public patronage respect fully so
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18398 required to start canvassing
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in this region. Latest accounts of Gold aud
silver prospects, Agricultural and Grazing
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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 fine illustra
tions. and one map. Price only 10 of*
Sold bv ALL N KWSDBALKKS, or sent post-paid
for 12c. bv DONNELLY LOYD & CO..
I'ubs, Chicago, ILL. 4W
■ I#BEL IB Sheet* Note Paper, 18
1 Envelopes, Pencil, Penholder, Oold
■ ■ ■ en Pen, Set of Elegant Gold Stono
Sleeve Buttons, Gents' I-ak Oeorgo Diamond Pin, Ame
thyst Stono Rliirlnlnld with gold, Amethyat Stone Scarf
Pin. Gold plated Wedding King. Bet Koao>od La) Drop*,
i.adlcs' Flowered and Hllrarod TlatPln, Ladle* J'""'* f**
Pin and Drop*. Gold plate Collar Sutton, tienta' UohMßat
wl Watch Chain aud Set of HU| IFx
Three Geld-plafst Btud*. 7')/
entire Lot sent post-paidfer BO ■ ■ ,
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J. BRIDE, Clinton Place, Now York/
JAMES HARRIS & CO.,
Dealers in Hardware,
J\'o. J. Brockcrhoff How,
MrOI.DFJT HARDWARE NTORE IN CEXTBE CO."fc
Complete lino of Hardware of all Kiiuls at tho
The Celebrated Barley Sheaf Cool Store & Anchor Heater.
CALL ADN SEE.
________ . 1 .•?
WHY WASTE YOUB MONEY
WHY WASTE YOL'R MONEY
WHY WASTE YOUB MONEY
IN arm JTARD TIMES
]N SITII lIAKD TIMES
IN SUCH lIAKD TIMES
IT WIU. PAY YOU
IT WILL L'AY YOU
TO COMK TO OUR STORK
TO COME TC OUR STORK
Tor au\thing iu tho line of
Dry Uoodi, Cloth lux. C'nrpet*, Oil
CloliK, Boot* A Khor*. l>ro
Good*. Notion*, Trim -
Wo arc wiling—LADIES SHOES at ♦I.OO eta
We are selling—Ladles ltatton Shoes at ♦1.50
We are selling—Ladies White Hose at 6cts
We are seillng-Ladles Handkerchiefs at 5c
We aie selling—DßESS GOODS at 8 cents
We are selling—Dress Goods at 10 cents
We are seIIing—CALICOES at 5 cents
Wc arc seIIing—SHIRTINGS at 8 cents
We arc sclUng-SPOOL COTTON at 2 cent*
We are selllng-LADIES DOLMANS 12.50 c.
We are selling—Ladles Trimmed Hats at 1.50
Wc are selling—Ladles Trimmed Hats at 1.75
We are selling—Ladles Trimmed Hats at 2.00
Wc arc seIIing—CARPETS at 20 cent*
We are seIIing—CARPETS at 2" cents
Wo arc selling—lngrain Carpets at OOeent*
We are selling—Brussels Carpets at ♦1.0)
We are selling—MEN'S SUITS at £*>.oo
In f\ct we are selling everything
usually kept iu a ami well se
lect til stock for less than any other
house in Centre County. It will
pay you to call and eeo for your
j J. SELLER & SON, j
No. 0. Brockerhoff Row.
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.
' A Full Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand, j
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE 1
SPONGES, 15 cents and upwards. A share of the public patron
age respectfully solicited. ~ j
NOTICE.— Whereas letters testamentary
on tlie estate of Barali Zelgler, late ot
Oregg township, Centre county, ra., deceas
ed, have l>een 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 preseutthem
duly authenticated, for settlement
CAUTION.— All persons are hereby cau
tioned not to sell my son Harvey any
thing on credit as I will pay no debts of his
MRS. SVSAN SMITH.
enn llall, May 17,1*77. 29-3
PITIBE& MOTTO FRAMES.
.1 ust received at WELCH'SCIIE Al®
ItOOIv ami STATION A HY STORK
next door to the Host Olliee, a largo
assortment of Motto and Picture
Frames, embracing many New <fc
Beautiful Designs iu Itustic, Enam
eled and Solid Walnut, which will
be sold at greatly
Motto Frames, with Back and Glass,
30 and 35 cts.
Rustic Frames, Bxlo, with hack and
glass, 30 and 35 cts.
Mottos. many New Styles, 5 cents.
Envelopes, 4, 5 and 0 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 ets.
JUT Bolt. Brown and White Splints,
of all Sizes 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
anv, the terms are strictly cash to
THE PLA.CE TO BUY
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers and
roa si'inso and scmxjer is at
For Indies, Misses, and Children's
trench Kid liutlon and Laced Shens.
AMERICA* KID AND BCTTOX
Calfskin. Kip, Goat and Grain Leather,
rugged and Sewed Shoes.
| Calf, :Eij, Upper and Split Leather
j Boots M Shoes.
Great Bargains for fash
A' 0 OitJ[S 11S NEED A PPL I'.
LOCK HAVEN, I'ENXA
Bartlett's Patent, Jnns 21,1870
A LUXURIOUS BED
WITH ONLY A SINGLE MATTRESS•
For Durability, Cleanliness and
Adjustment it lias no E jual.
Spiral Spring Elastic Slat.
Bellefonte, Centre Co.. Pa.
s ocrmanentlv located at the NT.
CIfAKLKJ* HOTEL, Pittsburgh, I'a.
Diseases and Deformities of the Spine, Ul
terine Displacements, Dyspepsia, liernla
and Files successfully treated by the BAN-
N'ING SYSTEM or Mechanical Supports.
Call or send for descriptive pamphlet, "The
House You Live in." Mai'eu free.
F. D. M •"(TTI L 0 M ,
Late Chief Clerk of the Robinson
House, PITTSBURG, Pen I>
Only First Class Hotel In
WAR ! AVAR ! WAR!
In Hi#! gro.it Dry Goods Battle In Lock
has come off victorious on account of the
wonderful low prices at which Dry Goods
are sold at this old and reliable store.
The third Immense stock of Dry flood*,
<"*rpet*. &c.. for the Spring anil Summer
trade is lust wing opened at prices below
any ever before known.
5000 yards all SII.K GROGItAIN RIBBON
beautiful shades, only 15 ets. jcr yard.
300 new PARASOLS. Srnixo STTI.M. com
mencing at IRcts. a piece.
Large IoH BLACK KID GLOVKS, all sizc s
25 cts. a pair.
500 Packs PINS, at .1 cts. a pack.
10N0 yards DItKSS LINENS, ALL PCKE I.IN
ES, from 1 cts. a yard up.
3000 yards BEAUTIFUL STRING STYLE
PRINTS, warranted fast colors at
sc. sc. sc. sc. sc. sc, 6c. sc. sc. jier y.
SX) Pair MENS" HA I.F HOS Eat scts. a pr.
200 Pair LADIES' HOSE at cts.
Large Stock beautiful ready mad* LA
DIES' SPRING SKIRTS, 57 cts.
Immense Stock ready made LINEN SUITS
roK LADIES, very cheap.
Our Stock of STRIPED A PLAIN SILKS.
BKILLIANTINKK, ALL WOOL, I)E BAlttii-
ES. PLAIDS A SUMMER DRESS GQpDS,
comprises all the choicest styles in endless
The largest and cheapest stock of PANT
IN OH, SHIRTINGS, TICKINGS, MCLHW,TOWL
IX<;s. T ATU.K LINKS.*, IF ENS & BOYS' SI M
MBit WEAKS, ever brought to Lock Haven,
at the BEE HIVE Just being opened thts
New Stock CARPET, Handsome INGRAIN
CAurET. only 2X ets. a yard.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH, 2yards wide, only 75 e.
I-argc Stock of 3 PLY AND FIXE CAUPET
CHAIN and WINDOW CCRTINS, cheap.
Remember the Great
BEE HIVE DRT GOOD STORE,
65 HU M Silt 111 I,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
tfiTWanted—NDOO lt>! Good Tl'll
WASHED WOOL in exchange for
Dry G<MHIS, for which the Highest
Cash Price will be paid,
All. kinds of Wagons made £to
The l>est and most lasting parlor organ
now in use. No other parlor organ has ever
attained ihe same popularity.
It has been tested by thousands, manv of
them competent judges, and gives universal
satisfaction to all.
The music is adapted to the human voice,
ranging from the softest ttute-like note to a
volume of sound unsurpassed by any iu.stru
This instrument has all the la teat improve
ments, and evcrv organ is fully warranted
for six years. Beautiful oil polish, black wal
nut panelled cases, which will not CItACK
or WARP, and forms, in addition to a splen
did iostrumcnl of music, a beautiful piece of
This organ needs only to be seen to be ap
preciated, anj is sold at extremely low fig
ures for cash. Second-hand instruments
taken in exchange.
Agents wanted, m ile or female. In every
comity In the United States and Canada. A
liberal discount made to teachers, ministers
churches, schools, lodges, etc., where 1 have
na agents. Illustrated catalogue and price
list frac. Correspondence solicited. Agent
discount given where I have no agents. Best
offer ever given uovr ready. Address,
DAM El. F. BE ATTY,
Wasliiugton, New Jersey, V. 8. A.
A chance for all to make orsave money,
.VXDOKTTHK UFST (.OOOS IN THB M.UtKET.
TEAS. COFFEES, &(.,
sold at lower prices than the same qualities
ran bo bought at any other house in this
country". All goods guaranteed to IK* s.vtls
fs' fory and as represented, or the money
will be refunded on return of the goods,
which may be done at oar expense.
The reputation of our liouse for selling
stand,aru goods at lam Prices, (forCSyears),
has given us a standard in New York City
and vicinity, that is not en loved by any
other house in the trade. After mature de
liberation we have determined to offer our
good* to housekeepers in the interior, at ihe
Lowest Wholesale Trade Prices, when a
Club is formed large enough to ir.ake a small
case. The goods of each memi er of the club
will be put in separate packages, and mark
ed with name and cost, so as to avoid con
fusion ill distribution, Good* will be sent by
Exurcss to Collect on I)ellv< ry. All wishing
to save money dy purchasing family sun.
plies at New York Wholesale Prices (an talk
tlie matter over among friends and nelgh-
Ixii's, and send to us for Club Circular, Price
list, Ac. We give a present of either g jods,
or money to the person who gets up the club,
to compensate for trouble ect. Hamples or
Ti!A & COFPKK sent by mail. Send for
Price-list, and Club Circular. 4w
' Stiner's New York & China Tea
M. H. MOSES, & CO.,
77, 79, 81, 84 andSC VESKY' Strcot N. Y.
W A \'T!?IA An oJ( ' established N. Y. and
I* A.I I Bilv Havana firm want a General
Agent in Millhelni, to control the sales of
their Cigars. A permanent paying position
for an acceptable man. Must bo energetic
and reliable. Address, RAMON, LOPKZ &
Co., 147 lteade Street, New York.
Vital Weakness or Depression, a weak ex
hausted feeling, no energy or courage; the
result of Mental over-worn, Indiscretion or
Excesses, or some drain upon the system is
always cured by
Hraslirey's Homeopathic Specific No.
It tones up and Invigorates the system*
dispels the gloom and desopndencv, imparts
strength and energj—stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Heen used
twenty years with perfect success by thous
ands. Hild bv dealers, ri ice, #I.OO per sin
gle vial; or *.'.00 per nackage of five vials
and #IOO vial of powder. Sent by mail on
receipt of price. Address Humphrey's
Homoepathie Medicine Coropant*. Wl Broad
way, York. 51x131y.
Aicott's Water-WfeD 1
A jSP Atcarda(l Cenlenntttl
flHm The mrwt practical,
HU pic, and effective. Its .-•
pcrior advantage at partff
mBH gate is universally
ERfIHHr Enowledgcd.. Vtl dress.
C. T. AL.COTT A SON*.
. M 1,., ot Wheels art Mi'
Machinery, MOCNT HOLAT, N. J. U'iU ci <•
INSURANCE MEN! lAK,; xot.CE.
-RIB TIIK —
Hew Eufflaail Mntol Life to Co.
The oldest mutual In the country, t harteud
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEN.
MAR It N A WAKI I IN, Gn.rm! A geltb,
133 South Fourth Htrect, Phlhdelphh.
Daniel F. Beatty's
CAirrtox.—The reputation have gained
and the celebrity of niv Orgons, have indue,
ed some unprincipled parties and agents
to copp my circulars, and misrepresent mi
Instruinents; against this the public me
hereby cautioned. All my Organs liear ntr
trade-mak, Golden Tongue, and all my Pla
no* have the word PI V IVO underlined.,
and also have my ■><( te#K
dence, DANIEL F. BKATTV. Waskiiiion, N.
J., without which none D genuine.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, X. J., U. S. A.
Messrs. Geo. P. Rowed ACo., (N. Y-F
Newspaper Reporter, says:
"Daniel F. Beatty, the organ builder, of
n ashlsgton, N. J M presses forward Willi
greatest i igor."
From Wm. Peol, NlapmrjiFalls. N. Y.
"Several months use of the elcgeut Parior
Organ you scut nic satisfies me that It Is one
of the la st made. t has a rich tone; ft*
various tones are most pleavu nl. most
heartily recommend vour orggns for parlor
acitool. church or oilier use."'
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charge*
paid by tue (Dankl F. Beatty) lioth wavs if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five day*.
Organ warranted for five years. Send for
extended list of testimonials before buying
a pallor Organ. Address.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Wiwhlugtoo, A'ew Jersey, r. 3,A
Awarded Hie Highest Krdal fit Thnia.
E. & If. ANTHONY ¥ CO'
591 Broadway, JWu? Ycrk.
(Opp. Metropolitan Hotel.)
NnnnfnclurcrN. Importer* 4k Dc
Enaravliiss. Chronics ani Frames.
STEREOSCOPES & VIEWS,
Albums, Graphoscopes, Photographs,
And kindled goods-Celebrities. Actresses,
WearcJleadquartcrvfor everything in the
STEREOPTICOSSASB fiACICIAMEIW r
SCHOOL LANTERN, FAMILY LANTERN
Each style being the best cf Its class la tfcw
Catalogue of lantrmsand Slides, with dt
reel ions for using. 3ent on application.
Anyentcrprising man can make money
with a Magic Lantern.
O.VWtors to the Centex nial Exposition
will do wisely to defer purchasing good* in
our line until they come to. ur sto. cin New
York, where they will find greater vsiiety
and more moderate orices, and can select
more at their leisure. But we have a em.
evasion to sell some styles of our goodstuthe
building of the Department of Public Com
fort, and thosj not coming to New York are
invited to call on our lepic.Mutaik u tHnr
_ A full slock of Views of the Expos!,
tiou Buildings and their contents.
fifA-Cut out this ad. for referenre^ca
W4\TED V,e v,n pir " energetic
II A.ll Lir. men and women
Business that will Pay
front Wto per itny, c-in lo p turned in
your u.vn neighborhood, and is stiietly hon
orable. fnrticti!nrs free, or samples worth
several dollars tl*r w ill enable you to go be
work at once, will be sent oti receipt of fifty
Address LATHAM & CO..
Box 2.154. 419 Washington Sc. l.'otou. Aiare
Relieving it to I* RY FAR the best Parlor
and Orchestral Organ manufactured,
challenge any manufacturer to equal them,
fhe celebrated <J olden Tongue Ka'ds in thK
organ in conjunction with the Perfected
Reed Boards produce street, pure and po-.
erful tones. Smierb eves of new and eWa nt
designs Ministers, teachers, churches
school*. lodges, ere., "hould scud fur uri„o
list and discounts.
Dealers wiil find It to their advantage te
examine this instrument, t has improve
ments found in uo other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Moncv refunded
upon return of organ ai-.d freight charge*
paid by me (Daniel K. Reattv) both wavisir
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five days
Organ warranted for six years. A rents dis
count given everywhere h.ive no agent
Agents wanted. Address,
BAM EL F. BBATTY,
M'afthtnaton, New Jersey, i*. B. A.
<fcOOn A M()nts, • AOKNTS WAXTKP OJI
W4\J\J our THRI.K (JRFAT< lIOOKS
Tim STORY of CHARLEY ROSS.
A full account of this great Mvsierv, written
bv ids Father, beats Robinson Cnanc in
thrilling interest. The Illustrated handbook
to ail rehpiotis, a Complete Account of al
denominations and sects. 3U) Illustrations
Also the ladies'medical guide, by Dr. Pan
coast. 100 Illustrations. These books sell at.
sight. Male and Female Agents enfn tnonev
on them. Particulars free. Conies hy malt
♦2 each. John E. Totter & Co., Phila.
S2O wltliln G nionths after patent allow
ed. Advice, and examination
free. Patents Sold.
J. VAXCE I.KAVIS Ar CO.,
l°-3m Washington, 1). (I
BSHI ''°W Jewelry
EjBH gjjSl "Sia out. Consisting
HI BH of elegant-
Ml 1H m watch chain, ht.
KHz Jies' handsome
9 sm brooch, and car
Psal Eftf? mm drops, jr.Hr ele-
H wfinHlM !,t KOlt * stone
pM HiyplH sleeve buttons,
setspiral stuus, collar button, heavy plain
wedding ring, and ger.ts' Parisian diamond
pin. The above articles scut, post paid, for
o© CTJ. have been retailed for *6. Bank
rupt stock and must be sold. Rolhl Milton
Gold Watches, #lO each, for speculative ptr.
poses, good timers, equal In appearance to
a *2OO genuine gold. "His reputation for
honesty, fair dealing and liberality is un
emtalea by any advertiser in this city." - .v.
1 . Ditv Jtortk\ Drr. P"., IS7O.
POST A< 1K SI \ M I's tAK K\ AS A Sft.
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