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It is a significant straw, and a
very thick and heavy one at that,
that Mr. Ilaves has thus far failed
to receive the endorsement of even
a single Republican county conven
tion yet held in Pennsylvania. The
Philadelphia Radical convention
tabled a resolution expressing confi
dence in the President. In Lancas
ter his "Excellency" was quietly ig
nored at the meeting of the return
judges. In Bradford an issue was
made at the primaries to secure an
endorsement of our boons President,
and was lost: but it was in Allegha
ny where opposition to his Fraud u
lency showed itself tue most bitter
and determined. A resolution to
endorse the Administration was met
with a perfect storm of opposition,
and was twice tabled. All this
shows very plainly even to the naked
eye, that there is trouble in the Rad
ical camp. These four counties are
the Radical strongholds in Pennsyl
vania, and gave a majority for
Hayes of 27317 —nearly twice the
nominal majority in the State.
If Jdr. Hayes can not command
the confidence and support of the
party that tried so hard to elect him
and " afterwards counted him in
against a majority of popular
votes as well as of states, he soon will
be a la Johnson, a President without
a party. Our Republican friends by
their conduct show, that thev them
selves do not believe that Hayes was
elected, or that they are sorry he
was. Their leaders feel dispirited,
their ranks are demoralized, and
they will doubtless let matters go
with but a leeble show of effort vo
carry the eleeticus next fall, in
Pennsylvania and Ohio. In our
own state the contest involves a
Supreme Judge, State Treasurer,
and Auditor General, while in Ohio
a Governor and Legislature are to
be elected, and if the Democrats
carry the state, as now seems appar
ent/it will insure another Democrat,
ic U. S. Senator to succeed Mr.Sta: -
Jey Matthews. The outlook is all
togetlier encouraging for the Demo
tf'oiiKE lu t!ie Territories.
ACTING AS CONSTABLES. CGR
OXEKS, AND JURORS—A LIVELY
LOU AL EL ECTION.
Fefore the New- York "Woman's
Suffrage Society, in Mrs. Or. J,ozi
er's house at "West Forteentli
street, last evening, ox-Go v. Lee of
Wyoming Territory said tliat he had
seen women acting in Ihe capacity
of Sheriffs, Justices of the Peace",
Constables, and Coroners, and that
they were a great success. As jur
ors, they are unequalled. It seemed
strange, at first, to address the Jury
as "Ladies and gentlemen of the
jury." Mrs. Julia Weiler, a Justice
of the Peace, had had her husband
brought before her for Wing drunk.
She sentenced him for the full pen
alty—six months' imprisonment.
Gov. Lee described a scene at a
local election. There was great ex
citement, pistols and bowie knives
were in every hand, and words tluit
could not be found in any current
religious work were being used free
ly. Suddenly there was a shout:
"The ladies are coming to cast their
votesand all was still. "If the
ladies had not appearedG ov. Lee
said, "I think that a number of po
liticians would have Wen offered up
ou their country's altar."
Judge Clack's Attack on the Elector
WASHINGTON. June 10.— It is said
Judge Jere Black is engaged in the
preparation of a severe review of the
Electoral Commission and of the
Supreme Court Judges who decided
in favor of Mr. Ilaye3 the cases of
the Commission. The article, which
is designed for one of the magazines,
is said to liave been revised by Jus
tice Field one day last week at
the Judge's residence at York, Pa.
TIIE OIL EXCITEMENT IN LOCK
HAVEN.— On Saturday three com
mittees, com]>osed of Messrs. Boggis
andßlesh, Houtz and Joseph Can
dor, J. C. Brown and L. B. Schuyler
were out to get subscriptions "to
wards defraying the expenses of put
ting down a test well in the vicinity
of Lock Haven. The joint Result
was about $1,200 stock in $25 shares,
with promises that it is thought can
be relied upon to bring this up S4OO
or SSOO more within a few days. It
is the purpose of the committee to
renew their efforts and keep at it till
they get the required sum, about
$4,000, and they appeal to the busi
ness men and property holders to
come forward and meet their require
ments, so as to settle the question
whether or not there is oil at this
point. If so, it will be the best in
vestment ever made at this point.
If not, no serious injury will occur
to any one, as the losses will be
small. Boon astlie amount is raised,
the organization will take place and
a well be put down at once at such
point as a majority may determine.
Several of the Lewisburg boys
were playing "pig," recently. One
was placed in a "pen" and fed with
grass. This "pig" not being botan
ist enough to distinguish between
edible and noxious grasses, fed on
what was given him without grunt
of protest: and in doing so, swal
lowed something that made him so
terribly sick as to require the aid of
some one more skilled in narcotics
to "save his bacon." It resembled
somewhat a feeble attack of hog
George P. Rowell & Co. deserve
the l>est thanks of the advertising
community for their offerts to pre
vent advertisers from being imposed
on by unscrupulous publishers. Ev
ery honest tuiblishcv will also thank
them for the aid they have afforded
them in maintaining their competi
tion for business by fair means,
against the fraudulent practices of
dishonest rivals. Messrs. Howell .V
Co., alone of Newspaper Directory
publishers, have had the courage to
undertake the task of discriminat
ing among the statements of news
papers, and to face the hostility
which such a course was suro to ex
cite among those who profited by
misrepresentat ion. Notwithstand
ing the "crushing" articles that
from time to time have been hurled
at them, sometimes by parties who
ought to have known bettor, they
have persevered in their course, and
they have had their reward. Their
publication has taken the first place
as the standard authority among
American Newspaper Directories,
and a reference look for every large
advertiser and advirtising agency in
this country.— Jcrtcy City Journal
M'-y 22, 1577.
By all appearances, fruit of every
description will t>e scarce.
The Potato Bog is with us in all
his fury, and our merchants are
reaping a harvest froiu the sale of
Our Band was again heard on Sat
urday evening for the first time in
several weeks. That's right boys,
get out of the mire : your cloud may
also have its silver lining.
On Sunday three funerals took
place in our valley—two at Madi
souburgand one at Yeariek'sChurcli.
The corner stone of the Reformed
church was laid on Sunday, with
appropriate ceremonies. Notwith
standing the inclemency of the weath
er. quite a concourse of people were
assembled and a fair collection real
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SPUING MILLS ITEMS.
John D. Long lost a very valuable
horse, last week, of lung fever.
Messrs. YanDyko are again at
work making the foundation for
tho t urn-table.
Bell, the stove and tin-ware man,
will soon Have his building up,
which will add greatly to the appear
ance of that end of town.
The general question is: "llow
soon will the cars come V' Give
Col. Moore a little time and you
will see him at Spring Mills Station
with the track completed. Think by
the "Glorious Fourth" he will bring
the first train consisting of a loco
motive and a few trucks.
The St ring Band gave one of its
entertainments, gratis, last week as
sisted bv the Farmers Mills Cornet
Band They all did very well. Their
teacher Prof. Rightmyer, knows
how* to make those fellows blow.
Boys there was a handsome enter
tainment in store for you on "Water
Street, but you forgot to come j
around that way and so missed it. j
Our neighbors along JVnr.s Greek
had a tremendous rain fall on Mon
day evening of last week. They say
that they had no such heavy rain
for years. Much damage was done
to corn fields, especially on the Xees
and upper Uosteriuan farms.
"When such disinterested, able and
patriotic statesmen as Simon Cam
eron propose the beloved Grant for
"next President," nothing should be
suffered to stand in the way of mak
ing the proposition a reality. In the
absence of a sufficiency of votes, a
few modern Ketum Hoard machines
could do the business just as well.
Our Supervisor, Mr. John ICeen,
is busy renaming the road leading
to the Depot. "While you are at it
Johnny do the work thoroughly and
push it, as fast as possible. For our
part, we prefer to have good roads,
even if taxes are a little high. Re
pairing that must be done over every
yeat, is a veiv poor as well as expen
sive system of road making.
J. Newman, Jr., the King Clothier
of Bellefonte, has the largest as well
as the lest assortment of clothing
ever kept in Bellefonte. Why you
can not ask for anything in his line,
from a neck-tie or pair of suspenders
to an overcoat, that Julius has not
got,-and what is a consideration of
special importance, is, that he sells
for about 20 i>er cent, less than aver
age prices elsewhere. Don't take
our word, but try for yourself.
Johnny Keen is'a regular old [sock ~
er of a road master. He beats our
county commissioners and rail road
contractors all hollow. On Monday
he built a new bridge twenty feet
long and just as wide, with six men
—masonry and all —in four hours.
That's putting things through.
That natty, active, Irojht little
preacher, He v. J. A. Bright, of
Hublersburg, illuminated our sanc
tum with the smiles of his pleasant
face, on Monday. Adam called in
to see lis on his way to llarrisburg,
whither he goes as one of the dele
gates of the county to the Henna.
State Sabbath School Convention.
Very obstinate and troublesome
are old sores and ulcers. Yet how
easily may they be healed. All that
is necessary is to use freely Glenn's
Sulphur Soap dissolved in water as a
lotion. Depot Crittenton's No. 7
Sixtli Avenue. New York,
ilill's Ilair sc Whisker Dye, black
or brown, 50 cts. 4w
On Saturday, the 2nd inst., Lester,
son of C. H. Hasseuplug,was drown
ed while in the river swimming,
with several other boys, at Lewis
burg. Lester was in the water not
over a few minutes when he was
heard to cry out "I'm drowning.''
But little attention was paid to this
at first, as it was a habit of the boys
to do so when in swimming. Upon
again hearing the cries of the boy a
Mr. Wagner, who was standing on
the shore, hastened to his rescue—
butalas, too late. The vital spark had
fled. It is supposed that lie died as
I much from fright as from drowning,
lie was ten years old.
The European war news Is un
The wheat crop in the upper end
of Union county does not look very
The Ticmrtcr threatens "squalls''
if the rail road is suffered to stop at
MndisonbHrg had three funerals
on Sunday—Michael Jlasel, wife of
John Zeigler, and a child of
Young, Wilson & Co., a Mifilin
burg firm, expect to emit, a large
grain elevator at the Forks, before
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At lloyer's store in Aaronsburg
you can buy Extra No 1 Fat Mack
erel, heads of, full weight, for $4.2 r >
per quarter barrel.
Mr. John M. Evans, studiosus thc
oloyy at the Lancaster Theological
Seminary, preached an excellent ser
mon in the Reformed Church near
Penn Hall. We wish him abundant
success in his high calling.
You can buy at Rover's store, in
Aaronsburg, Mackerel for $2.50 per
quarter barrel, warranted to be of
the best in the market.
A Girl in Dubuque granted her re
jected lover a parting kiss, and he
availing himself of the opportunity
bit her cheek in away that Uifigures
her for life.
Tho Sunbury band has employed
Joseph Feehrer, ot Selinsgrove as
leader in place of Karl Kerclmer.
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That awkward corner in the road
near the brick mill will soon beabat- j
ed. The road will be made straight
from about Judge Zerby's bouse,
which will boa great improvement,
The Philadelphia Timrt calls Beast
Butler "the recognized leper of
American politics," and the people
consider the epithet very appropri
A large island in the Susquehanna
river at the point where tho north
and west branches unite, containing
about three hundred acres, has been
purchased by Hon. John B. Packer
A DIVIDED CHURCH.—There is a
church in Ceres, McKean county,
the pulpit of which is in Pennsylva
nia, and seats in New York. "The
.State line splits the i>ost otlice also
in that town.
If there ever was a chance to elect
a Republican Speaker of the House
of Representatives, Hayes' letter to
Garfield seems to have put an end to
it. Mr. Hayes wasn't used to being
President when he wrote that letter.
We are happy to inform the many
friends of Ex-Sheriff Shaffer that he
is slowly but surely recovering from
a severe and protracted spell of in
llamatory rheumatism. May he soon
be fully restored.
From the llarrisburg Patriot of
the 7th inst., we learn that Prof.
Karl U. Ilimluskey, so well and
favorably known in this county ns a
teacher of music, died in the hospit
al of that city of dropsy of the heart,
on the 0 inst.
J. P. Gepliart, Eso., was in town
several days last week and was kept
pretty busy shaking hands with his
many friends. Philip still considers
Millheini 'us r \al home and only
stays iu Bellefonte as a shift.
The first load of goods brought to
Penns Vallej on tho rail road was
received yesterday morning by \V.
K. Alexander. Christ was on hand
with his team at the Depot, to bring
the goods right to town but was so
overcome with joy that he hunted
On Monday of last week a terrible
tornado struck Mt. Carmel. Illinois,
blowing down numerous buildings,
some of which caught fire. Sixteen
lives were lost and many persons
wounded. Property was lost to the
value ot half a million dollars.
Instead of the circulation of the
New York Sun being injured by
picturing Hayes with the word fraud
across his forehead, the circulation
of that paper has since largely in
CADET APPOINTED. —SamueI E.
Belford, son of I)r. Belford, of Lew
istown, has been appointed to the
Naval Academy at Annapolis, Mary
land, trom this district, by Hon. L.
A. Mac-key. The young man is now
attending the Normal School in
All who contemplate purchasing
a Piano or Organ, who want excel
lence of tone, combined with beauty
of const uction, and who want an
ornament fora parlor, Church, School
room, Lodge or Reception room, and
who admire business prompt ness and
fair dealing can secure all these by
addressing the celebrated manufac
turer of organs and pianos, Daniel
F. Beatty, Washington, Warren
county, N. J., U. S. A. See his
advertisement on other places.
For several months past the grim
monster, Death, has been gathering
in a rich harvest, from amongst ns,
summoning his victims indiscrimin
ately from all classes and ages. The
prominent and useful citizen, the
kind and resected neighbor, the
father, the mother, the beloved wife,
or faithful husband, yea, the darling
infant in the cradle —all, have fal
len before the great but impartial
Destroyer. Death is the leveler of
us all. He is inexorable, for when
he beckons we must obey, whether
ready or not. And when we stand
at his awful threshold, ready to en
ter, eternity before us, the world be
hind —what does it really matter
what station in life we have occu
pied, whether we have amassed great
wealth or been poor ; whether we
have written our names on the page
of fame, or passed through life in
humble obscurity—so we have acted
well our part, and improved the
talents God has given us for our own
and our fellow's good. Header, do
we think of this as frequently and as
seriously as we should ?
Our friend Mni. Flslier nt Penn
Hull is having his prist mill thor
oughly remodeled and repaired, with
a view to a more extensive grain
trade. He also intends to enlarge
his store building at Penn Hall, pre
paratory to dealing in Stoves and
Hardware generally. The Major itf
up to time.
On the fitli lust.. at S. I*. M., In the Evan
notion! Church, Millhelm, l'a., by tho liov.
M. .1. ('wethers, Mr. J. !C. Thomas, of York,
Pa., ami Miss Emma K., daughter of Kov. C.
F. Dcinlnger, of litis plaoo.
Wo yvero going to say tliat this wedding
created milte a .sensation In town, but tli.it
expressionwould lira littto 100 common—
all weddings are sensational. Everybody—
more especially the female persuasion—wants
tyknow nil aland. thorn. So then wo will say
that this was the first yvoddlug ever cole
bra ted In a church in Millheim, and that the
well arr < ngod programme yvas carried oui
to the letter. We would fain dosoribo ml
nutelv tho atipearanoo and attire of tlin eon
pie, lint we are altogether too blunt ami
practical, not snflloelntly schooled In Jenkii s
ism for that : and so we will generalize by
saying that both bride and groom looked
vei v well, and that their attire was amply
sufficient to lie married In.
We had several Important duties to at
tend to. viz: to see to it that the chureh
was well filled, to make a Uttle speech and
deliver tlte stamps to the kind, and to do
our poor self justice at a table laden to
groaning with such a variety of things good
to eat, "tor numerous to mention all of
which we did as gracefully and wildly as
we knew how. and f-r which yve expect to
have, in apditlonto adsll"lous weidtr.g'Vk
already received, the lifelong thanks of the
eappy couple. "Jttjbet xu trlnkc " would
have made this a first class Jb-utach wed.
ding as they have them in tho Valerian t.
The happy couple have our kindest wishes.
Mav their union l>e full of joy and sunshine,
without a cloud to obscure their pathway ,
On the 7th, inst., at Mlllheiin, infant
daughter of R. A. and Ella J. 1). BuiulUer.
At her residence near Hublcrsburg, on tha
4th, lust..Catharine, wife of Lewis Zimmer
man , aged 32 years, 10 months and 3 days.
I>oceased was a worthy metnl>er of the
Lutheran Church. She! was buried at Hub
lersburg with the honors of the order of the
Patrons of Husbandry, of which she was a
member. The funeral sermon was preach
od bv the writer, on Ist Cor. 7:29. A hus
band and eight children are left to mourn
her loss. J. A. B.
At Mtllheiin. on the Gth inst.. Franklin
Edwin, son of G. W. and Maggie Stover,
aged 8 months and 22 days.
At Madlsoubiirg, on the Bth inst., Michael
Hazel), aged 63 years. 2 months and 11 days.
The deceased was honored and esteemed
among Ids neighbors and friends. He was
diligent,earnest and faithful in the perform
ance of christian duties.
At Millhelin. on the7th inst., Ida M. daugh
ter ol Uriah and Tena Reifsnydcr, aged 2
years, 1 month and 20 days.
Arrival ami Closing of Rails.
Mails arrive at the Millhelm Post Office as
Daily from all points east via tawlsburg,
.•it 9 r. M.
Daily from all points west via Ilellefonte
at 6 p. M
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
frnn north and east, via laick Haven at
4 p. M.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
from north and west via Howard, at
6 p. M.
Mails close for east and west, at 6 \. M.
For 1-nck Haven and Howard, every Mon
day, Wednesday anil Friday at 5 A. M.
German preach ins in the Luther
an Church, Aavon.slmrg.nextSniulav
afternoon at 2} o'clock. Rev. J.
Kev. J. M. Smith will preach in
the U. 1). Church, next Sunday
Rev. J. 11. Peters will preach in
the Evangelical Church, next Sun
day evening. English.
Lodgo and Society Dirootory.
The Millheim Cornet Band will
meet in the Town llall on Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Providence Grange No. 217 P. of
tl,. meets in Alexander's block on
the 2nd Saturday ©f each month at
f>) P. M. and on the fourth Saturday
of each month at 1} P. M.
The Irving Literary Society meets
in the Town Hall, every Friday ev
The Millheim B. 'cL. Association
meets in Town Hail, on the evening
of the second Monday of each month
Millheim Council No. 300, O. U.
A. M, meets every Saturday at 8
o'clock, r. M„ in their Council
Room, Wilt's Building.
Degree Meetings will be held on
Tuesday on or before the full moon
of each month.
B. F. MILLER, C. i
CHAS. 11. HELD, Sec.
White Wheat, per bushel new * 1 80
Ited Wheat, per bushel new No. 1... 1 80
Bye, per bushel new 65
Corn ears, per bushel 50
Corn, shelled, per bushel 50
Oats, per bushel, new 3.5
Barley. per bushel 50
Buckwheat, per bushel 50
Otoreraeed, perbatM *>ootf?B 50
Potatoes, per bushel new 1 2.5
Eggs, per dozen 12
Lard, per pound 10
Sugar Cured Hams 15
Tallow, per pound 7
Butter, per pound 15
Bags, per pound 2
Ground Blaster per ton 10,00
Butter * 10
Wheat 1 75
Tymotliy Hay 15 Oil
Clover llay 12
Cloverseed 8 00
Tymothysced 1 25
Flaxseed 1 40
Wheat 1 75
Potatoes 1 00
Dried Apples ...A 4
Dried Cherries 5
We are authorized to announce J. M.
KEICULTNE, Esq., of Bcllcfontc,asa candidate
for District Attorney. Subject to the deci
sion of the Democratic county convention*
JAMES HARRIS & CO.,
Dealers in Hardware,
Ao. /j, Bvochevhoff lloxr,
•4 01. DENT II All DWARF. NTOItF IX CE.VTBE CO.lt
Complete lino of 11 aid war a of all Kinds at tho
The Celebrated Barley Sheaf Cook Store & Anchor Healer.
CALL AND SEE.
Miss L. Harter
HAS JL'ST RKUF.IYKD A FULL LINK OF
which she offers to sell at the lowest prices.
lirtss Making a Speciality.
A share of public patronage respectfully so.
lleltcd. 20-4 w
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BETTER THAN WESTERN LANDS,.
DR. B. NKV1N.73.1 HAVPOXI ST., PIIII.V
• DELPIIIA. PA., lias for sale thousands
of choice improved and unimproved lands,
in l>c!aware and Maryland within a few
hours, ly rail, of the Philadelphia and New
York markets. Climate healthful ; lands
cheap; rail roads, churches and school hous
es abundant: splendid opportunity for Colo
tiiea. Send for Illustrated Pamphlets. Free.
Best bargains in America. PiT}Wn J. l-\
Maps and Catalogue free.f liiUflO MANCIIA,
Dover, Del. 4w
6 New pieces sheet music, retails for $1.75,
MUit for 10 cts. and stain p. Cheap Music
Co., Middloboro, Mass. 4w
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP^
Thoroughly fares Disease of the
Skin, Kciiutlfics tho Complexion,
Prevents and remedies Uheumatisin
and bout, Deals Sores and A bra
slorts of the Cuticle and Counteracts
SOLD BY ALL DRIGISTS.
PltlCKs—2s Cents per Cake ; Box (3 Cakes)
N. B.—Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of
N. C. CRITTENTON, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Avenue,
N. Y. 4w
AITT7* WTT T mail one and one.
>X I J > V 1 IJ I J half dozen of the
most lMutifu! new Clivoinos, in French oil
Color, ever seen lor t1.40i They are mount,
e l in sxin black enamel and gold mats, oval
opening and outsell anything now lvtore the
public sla!isfaetloitguaranteed. Two sampl
es for 25 cents, or six for 50 cents. Send 10
cents for grand illustrated catalogue with
ehromo of Moonlight on the Hliiue, or 20
cents for two Landse uies and ("alia Lilies on i
black ground. .1. LATHAM & CO., 419 Wash- !
ingtou st.. Button, Mass. Headquarters for [
Chromos, Engravings and 4 rADTI'VE
At Works. 23 am f Ulll til lu
-YY-HY WASTE YOUR MONEY
WHY WASTE YOUR MONEY
WHY WASTE YOUR MONEY
IN SUCH HARD TIMES
IN SUCH HARD TIMES
IN SUCH lIAKD TIMES
IT WILL TAY YOU
IT WILL PAY YOU
TO COME TO OUR STORK
TO COME TC OUR STORK
For anything in the line of
Dry Good*. Cloth ins:. Carpets, OH
Cloths, Loots A Klines, Dress
Good*, Notion*. Trim -
trs arc selling—LADlES SHOES at *I.OO cts
Wc are selling—Ladies Button Shoes at ♦1.50
We are selling—Ladies White Hose at 5 cts
Wc are soiling—Ladles Hatnlkcrc hiefs at 5c
Wo are selling—DßESS GOODS at 8 cents
We are selling—Dress Goods at 10 cents
"We are seIIing—CALICOES at 5 cents
Woaroselling—SHlßTlNGS at S cents
We arc selling—SPOOL COTTON at 2 cents
We are selling—LADlES DOLMANS *2.50 c.
We are selling—Ladles Trimmed Ilats at 1.50
Wc arc selling—Ladies Trimmed Hats at 1.75
We aro selling—Ladies Trimmed Hats at 2.00
Wc are seIIing—CARPETS at 20 cen
We are selling—OA BPET3 at 25 cents
We are selling—lngrain Carpets at 30 cents
We arc selling—Brussels Carpets at *I.OO
We are selling—MEN'S SUITS at; ;*5.00
In ftct we are selling everything
usually kept in a large autl well se
lected stock for less than any other
house in Centre County. It will
pay you to call and see for your
S. & A. LOEB.
THEN AND NOW !
Four months ago, iiiMn Introducing tho
ctixh system, and finding myself ;iblc
to purchase goods at figures far
IH'IOW former rates, I deter
mined to reduce prices on
all articles In our line,
and to give the
public the lieii
efit of the
low will be found
ison between the old and
the new rates, and the few ar
ticles here selected from many oth
ers. will show at a glance the advan
tage accruing to the public from the cash
TIIKN. * NOW.
AV. qr Note Paper sto 7 and 10c.
IV. pack....Envelopes 5 to Bc. pack.
15 to 2Ue. ea..Mottoes 4c.
$1.25 to $1.50. .Motto Frames 27 to 37c.
5 to fie Pins 2c. paper
50 to 75c Bxlh Frames, 25 to 3oc.
>•. jH-r RJ,... Choice Caramels 40c. per #>.
All Mi <erllaneous itooks red need 25 per cent.
All (lolilM'ens and Pencils red need 30 per cent
Packet Books reduced one-lialf.
•V Toilet Soap ,2}4r~
20c Perforated Board '.9e.
25c Fancy Box Paper 15c
Hair Pins reduced to a dozen.
Children's ltound Combs reduced to 3 and Sc.
Parties accustomed to dealing in these
goods will see to it that this list is correct.
Will any person be so unreasonable as to
find fault with the prices given below 1
280 Pins (in one paper) for 2 ctff.
2 cakes Toilet Soap scts.
1 pair Carters with steel bucKle 7 cts.
Mottoes 4 et.
Motto Frames, all walnut, varnished, witn
glass and back complete 27 cts.
2 doz. Hair Pins for 3cts.
Pocket Books withnickle riin 12 cts.
Note Paper 5 and 7c. quire.
Knvelojies 4, 5 and Bc. pack.
Tooth Brnsbes 13 cts.
Chiidien's Hound t'omhe 3and scts.
Knbber Fine Coinlw • and 8 cts.
And many other goods at prices equally low.
Store next door to jo>t olllee.
J AXES WKLCII.
J. ZELLER & SON,
\o. 0. BrockerhoflT Row,
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.
A Full Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand.
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. OAE.RIAGE
SPONGES, 15 cents and upwards. A share of the public patron
ago respectfully solicited.
USE & HEALTH WITHOUT
BLUE AND wo'k'u
T Tfsxjrp NOW READY
IVJJT FOR AGENTS.
The only book practically treating tills now
universally absorbing topic. Shows how to
apply the treatment, and tells of many suc
cessful cures made by the use of this wonder
ful medium. Circulars and best terms to
early applicants. .T. M. STODDART & Co.,
723 Chestnut St., Phila. 4w
Of ELEGANT CARDS all st vlos with name,
iolo rts., pst paid. J. 11. 11 usted, Nassau.
Co., N. Y. 4w
Ml cony curions love letter, 1 pk. comic
earus 1 pack popping question cards;
all for 10 cts. & stamp. Fun Card Co., Mid
dleboro, Mass. 4w
The Black Hills.
By 11. X. MaoI'IHE, who has spent 12 years
in this region. Latest accounts of Gold and
Silver prospects, Agricultural and Grazing
resources, Climate, Hunting, Fishing, Indi
ans, and Settlor's Adventures with them.
Mining and Wild Western Life, the Water
falls, Boiling Geysers, noble Scenery, im
mense Gorges, etc. With 27 tine Illustra
tions. and one map. Price only IO rt
Sold lv Ai.lNewsorai.ekß, or sent post-paid
for 12e. by DONNELLY LOYD& CO..
Bubs, Chicago, ill. 4w
■HB K OBfe. The Tip Top" rivtsge Is the Urcest
iweteelllnKont. READ AND
HHvSEE. 18 Sheets Note Tjwr 18
M ffl WfT Kiivolopc*, Peurll, Pen-holdor, Gold-
H 111 I eu rn, Se tof Elegant tnld Slono
(Oaove Buttons, Gents' iJike Overgo Diamond Pin, Amo
ihT*tßtna Kliißlnluld with gold. Amethyst Stono Soarf
Plu. Cold plated Wedding King. Bot Knee l>ad Eiu Dmiw.
indies' Flowered and Silvered Hat Pin, Ladles' Fancy Set
Mn and Drops, Hold-plate Poller Button. Cents' Hold plat
ri! Watch Chain and Set of BB|
Three Oold-plated Stiuls. The N ArM
ent\rt Lot sent Oostf aid for fiO H M ■
cents. KjBXTRACRDINARYm B i
IND UCFMHNTS TO A GENTS m m A
BRIDE, Clinton Placet New York.'
HfIAII t)nlv capital
B4£ 11E M K retiuired to start canvassing
.VotiiJ 1 K. b Han'o wen! CANVASSER'S
139 East Eight St., New York. 4\v
s permanently located at the NT.
CIIAIILEN HOTEL, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Diseases and Deformities of the Spine, l"l
--terine Displacements, Dyspepsia, Hernia
and Biles successfully treated by the BAN
NIN'G SYSTEM of Mechanical Supports.
Call or send for descriptive pamphlet, "The (
House You Live U),'' MaPeu free. ]
WAR ! WAR ! WAR!
Iu the Kre.it Dry Goods Battle in Lock
has come off victorious on account of the
wonderful low prices at which Dry Goods
are sold at tlus old and reliable store.
The third Immense stock of Dry Goods,
CnrpetM, &e. for the Sprl lie and Hummer
trade Is lust lielng opened at prices below
any ever before known.
fIOOO yards all SILK GRtkGRAIN RIBBON
beautiful shades, only 15 ets. |cr yard.
3<>o new PARASOLS, RPIIINO STILUS. com
mencing at 18 cts. a piece.
Larue 1M BLACK KID GLOVES, all sizes
25 cts. a pair.
500 Packs PIXS, at 3 rts. a pack.
WOO yards DREBS LINENS, ALL PI'KE MS
EN, from IS cts. a yard tip.
3000 yards BEAUTIFUL SPRING STYLE
PRINTS, warranted fast colors at
. r c. sc. 6c. 5. 3c. ic, ss. sc. sc. per y.
2UO Pair MEXB' II AH' HOSE at 5 cts. a pr.
200 Pair LADIES' lIOSE.at #4 cts.
Large Stock beantifnj rcaJy made LA
DIES' SPRING SKIRTS, 57 cts.
Immense Stock ready made LIX EX SUITS
ro K LADIES, very cheap.
OUT Stock of STRIPED & PLAIN SILKS.
Bit ILLIANTINES, ALL wool., DF. BAISH
EH. PLAIDS & SUMMER DRESS O<H)I>R,
comprises all the choicest styles in endless
The largest and cheapest stock of PANT
IXGS, SHfKTINOS, TICKIVOS, ML'SLINS, ToWL
INOS. TABLE LIN EN H, MENS" & BOTH' SUM
METT AVKAKS, ever brouuht to Ixck Harcn,
at the BEE HIVE just being opened this,
New Stock CARPET, Handsome INCKAIN
CAKPET, only 28 cts. a yard,
FLOOK OIL CLOTH, 2 yards wide, only 75 c.
Large stock of 3 PLY AND FINE CAKPET
CHAIN and WINDOW CUKTINS, cheap.
Remember the Great
BEE HIVE DRY GOOD STORE,
65 a vis STIiKKT,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
C3T Wan ted—fXKX) tt>. Good TUB
WASHED WOOL in exchange for
Dry Goods, for which the Highest
Cash* Price will be paid.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers ami
FOR 3PKINU AND SUMMEB IS AT
For Ladies, Misses , ami Children's
trench Kiel Button and Laccil Shoes.
AMERICA!! KID AXD BI'TTON
Catfskhi, Ki & t and Grain Leather
Tcgged and Hewed Shoes.
Calf. Kip, Dpper ani Split Leatlior
Beds and Shoes.
Great Bargains for Cash
XO OTHER NEED APTLY
LOCK HAVEN, PENN'A
READ THIS! !
A cliance foialltomakeorsave money,
Axn GFT TIIK DEST GOODS IN TIIK MAKKET.
TEAS, COFFEES, &C.,
sold at lower prices than the same qualities
can IK* bought at any other bouse in this
countrv. All goods guaranteed to l>e satis
factory and as represented, or the money
will be refunded on return of ttie Roods,
which may be done at oar expense.
Tim reputation of our house for selling
stanaard goods at Low Priues, (for :>f years),
has given us a standard in New York City
and vicinity, that is not enjoyed by any
other house in tlie trade. After mature de
liberation we have determined to offer our
ecHMls to Housekeepers in the Interior, at the
1-owest Wholesale Trade Prices, when a
Club is formed large enough to make a small
ease. The goods of each member of the chtb
will be put in seperale packages, and mark
ed with name and cost, so as to avoid con
fusion in distribution. Goods will be sent by
Kxuress to Collect 011 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
lors, and send to us for Club Circular, Price
list, tfce. We give a present of either goods,
or money to the person who gets up the club,
to compensate for trouble ect. Samples or
TKA & COFFEE sent by mail. Send for
Price-list, and Club Circular. 4w
Stiner's New York & China Tea
M. H. MOSES, & CO.,
7T, 79, 81, S4 and 80 VESEY Street N. Y"
WIYTPU An old established N. Y. and
if il.llLW Havana linn want a General
Agent In Millheim, to control the sales of
their Cigars. A permanent paying position
for an acceptable man. Must lie energetic
and reliable. Address RAMON, LOPEZ &
Co., 147 Kcadc Street, New York.
Vital Weakness or Depression, a weak ex
liausted feeling, 110 energy or courage; the
result of Meutal Over-worK, Indiscretion or
Excesses, or some drain upon the system is
always cured by
Hmitay'sHomtliic Specific No.
It tones up and invigorates the system
dispels the gloom and desopiulency, imparts
strength and energy—stops the drain and
rejuvenates the entire man. Been used
twenty years with perfect success by thous
ands. Sold by dealers. Pi ice, ii.oOper sin
gle vial; or $5.00 per package of five vials
and $2.00 vial of powder. Sent by mail 011
receipt of price. Address Humphrey's
Homoepathic Medicine'Companv, 582 Broad
way, New York* JlxlJly.
' M,!s Water-WteL
Q Aiwrded Ctntenui.':
The most practical, sir
pi", ami effective. Its
pel tor PHI
.rSf V'are |s universally
oSh3eL®l know lodged. Address.
# U. T. A l/JOTT & HON
„ ~ „ Mfrs. of Wheels and Mi s
Machinery, MOCNT IIOLLT, X. J. WiUcir-j
INSURANCE HEN! TAKE not.CE.
He? England Mntnal Life Ins. ft
The oldest mutual in the country, Chartered
LIBERAL, TERMS GIVEN.
MAR 'HN& WAKIIJN. Cernnl ALCTTD.
183 Hntjth Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
Daniel F, Beatty's
PIANOS & ORGANS
C.VTTTION.—Ti c reputation have pained!
and the celebrity of ntv Orgons, hare Induc
ed some unprincipled parti <s and agent.*
to oopp my circulars, and misreprettent my
instruments; against this the public aie
hereby cautioned. All my Organ* bear inv
trade-mak. Golden Tongue, and all my lla
nos have t'e word PI ' O underlined,
and also s:ave my nameTjft ■, nd tesf
dence. DANIEL P. BKATTT, Washlnton,
J., without w!ilek uouc b genuine.
DANIEL P. BEATTY,
Washington, X. J., U. 8. A.
■fcA 811 S™ l t?E T
Messrs. Geo. r. Rowed & Co., (X. Y.fc
. Newspaper Reporter , say*:
"Daniel K. IV.itty, the organ builder, of
WasltlNgfoii, N. J., inesses forward with
Front Win. Pgol, Nlagar -Falls. X. Y.
"Several months use of the element Parlor
Organ you sent ntc satislies me that Rfc onw
of the best made. t has a rich tone: its
various tones are most pleasant. most
heartily recommend your orggmr for psrlor
school, church or other use,"
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and Ireicht eJuirtre*
paid by me (Daukl F. Realty) both wavs IT
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of live day*.
Orput warranted for live year*. Send for
cvteiided list of testimonials before buying
a pallor Organ. Address.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Wiwhinßtttn, Sew Jersey, C. Si. A
AAROXSBI Rfi,: PEYYA.
All kiikla of Wagons made to
B E ATT¥'SWS
The bent and lasting parlor organ
now in use. No other parior organ has ever
attained the same popularity.
It has been tested by thousands, many of
them competent judges, and gives universal
satisfaction to all.
The music is adapted to the hunvn voice,
ranging from the softest flute Mke i ote to s
volume of sound unsurpu&v by ai y inslrn
This Instrument has all the latest improve
ments, and everv organ is fully warranted
for six years. Beautiful oil polish. Mack wal
nut imnejlpd cases, which will not CBACK
or WAHP, and forms in addition to a splen
did instrument of music, a beaetifu! piece of
This organ needs only to be seen to be ap
preciated, and is sold at extremely low fig
urcs for cash. Second-hand instVnmenls
taken in cxcliange.
Agents wanted, male or fernak\ in every
county hi the United States and Canada. A
liberal disc-unit mads* to teachers, ministers
churches schools, lodges, etc., where 1 have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and prt ce
list free. Correspondence solicited. Agent
discount given where 1 have no agents. Bes
oCer ever given now ready. Address,
DAYIEI. F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
\VA\Tm AVe will give energetic
" Au i Ll/, men and women
Business that will Par
from Ai to per day, can be pursued lit
your own nelght>orho<d, and Is strictly hon
orHtde. Particular* fnr, or samples worth
several dollars that w ill enable you to go f*
work at once, will bo sent on receipt of fifty
Address LATHAM & CO.. •
Box 2.1 M. -119 Washington St.. Boston.Mass
Believing it to he BY FAR the best Parlor
and Orchestral Organ manufactured, wo
challenge any manufacturer to equal them.
The celebrated Golden Tongue Keeds in this
organ in conjunction with ttio Perfected
Reed Boards produce sweet, pure and pow
erful tones. Superb cases of new aiul elegant
designs. Ministers, teachers, churches
schools, lodges, etc., should send for price
list and discounts.
Dealers will find it to their advantage ttv
examine this instrument, t has improve
ments found in uo other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Monov refunded
upon return of organ and freight chare**
paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both ways if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five d'avs
Organ Warranted for six years. Ageiitstiisl
count given everywhere have no agent
Agents wanted. Address,
BAYIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. Av
ftonn A AGENTS WANTED on
~ur TJIKEK GREAT fi BOOKS.
The STORY of CHARLEY ROSS.
A full account of this great Mystery, written
by his Father, beats Robinson Cr.soe iu
thrilling interest. The Illustrated hand-book
to all religions, a Complete Account or al
denominations and sects. JhW Illustrations.
AJso the ladies' medical gnide, by. Dr. Pan
coast. If J Illustrations. These books sell at
sight. Male and Female Agents coin monev
on them. Particulars free. Copies by malt
$2 eacli. John E. rotter & Co., Fhlla.
Fee Eetetl. Entire Cost $55.
Patent Office Fee *ls in advance, balance
s 29 within G months after patent allow
ed. Advice and examination
Ire*. Patents Sold.
J. VANCE LEWIS t EO.,
18-3 nt Washington, D. C
wedding ring, ami gerts' Parisian diamond
pin. The above articles sent, potf-palil, for
SO CTS. have been retailed for pi.
nipt stock and must be sold. Solid Milton
Gold Watches, *lO each, for speculative pro
poses, good timers, equa' iu appearance t
a S2OO genuine gold, "His reputation foe
honesty, fair dealing and liberality is un
equaled by any advertiser iu this city."—y
Y. Da.}/ liOok, Dec. hi, 1576.
POSTAGE T A MPS T A KEN' AS CASH.
F. STOCK-MAN 27 BOND ST., New Ymjr.