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MUihcim. Thursday June2t,
Terras—sl.so Per Annum.
"TILDKN AND HENDRICKS."
Urand Ovation to tire People'*
choice for Pmldent and
Vice President. The
Speeches of States
New York, June 12.
A grand farewell reception, was
given to Mr. Hendricks to-day, on
the eve of his departure for E ui ope,
by the Manhatten Club of New
York. It was altogether a brilliant
affair, attended by many prominent
Democrats from all parts of the
country. Mr. Tilden and Mr. Hend
ricks both made speeches, which
will become historic, as clear and for
cible statements of the sentiments
of the country on the memorable
Presidential campaign of 1575.
MR. TILDEN'S SPEECH.
After alluding to the departure et Gover
nor Hendricks to-morrow and wishing him a
good voyage, he asserted thai the men elect
ed by the people in tlte late presidential con
test were counted out. He would not by any
word of his dwarf or degrade the greatest
wrong that has stained our national annals
Into a personal grievance. The ultimate con
sequences will. Be said, extend to every man
of the four and a quarter millions who were
defrauded of the fruits of their elective fran
chises. He said the evils in governments
grow bv success and by Impunity. They do
not arrest their own progress. They can
never lie limited except by external forces.
If the men in possession of the government
can in one instance maintain themselves In
power against an adverse decision at the
elections, such an example will be imitated.
Temptation exists always. Devices to give
color of law and false pretences on which to
found fraudulent decisions will not be want
ing. The wrong will grow into a praethse if
once condoned. In the world's history
changes in the succession of governments
have usually been the result of fraud or force.
It has been'our faith and our pride that we
bad estabhslied a mode of peaceful change
to be worked out by tlic ageucy of the ballot
The question Is now whether our elective
system 111 its sulwtanee well as Its form is
to tie maintained. This is the question of
questions. Until it is finally* settled there
can be no politics founded on iuferior ques
tions of administrative policy. It involves
the fundamental right of the people. It in
volves the whole system of popular govern
The people must signally condemn the
great wrong which has been done to them.
Thev must strip this example of everything
that cau attract imitations. They must re
fuse a prosperous immunity to crime. This
is not ah. The. people wiu uot be able to
trust the authors or beneficiaries of the
wrong to devise the remedies. But when
those who condemn the wrong shall have the
jK>wer they must devise the measures which
*h.all render a repetition of the wrong for
If v voice could reach throughout our
country and be heard in its remotest hamlet,
1 would say, "IV of good cheer; the repub
lic will live." The institutionsof our fatners
are not to expire in shame. The sovereign
tv of the people shall be rescued from tais
peril and re-established. Successful wrong
oever appears so triumphant as on the very
eve of Its fall. Seven years ago a corrupt dy
nasty culminated in Its power over the mil
lion of people, who live in New Vork City.
It had conquered, or bribed, or flattered and
won almost everything Into acquiescence. It
appeared to le invincible. A year or rwo
later Its members were in the penitentiary
or in exile.
History abounds i n similar examplos. We
must believe in right, and in future a great
aud noble nutio • will not wrrer its political
from its moral life.
SPEECH OF MIL lIEXDRICKS.
Mr. Hendricks having returned thanks for
the honor done him, alluded to the presiden
tial election and said the result as declared
In Louisiana and Florida and at Washington
Is not, and cannot be made satisfactory to
the country for obvious reasons.- that it"was
not true; a great and sincere people will rest
their final judgement only upon truth and
never upon fraud, successful through tech
nicality. Even should the President and his
cabinet adopt a part or the whole of the pol
icies and pui poses for which the Democratic
party has beeo contending for many years
ami which became so distinctly defined Last
year, eveu that cannot remove or quiet Ihe
public discontent. The Democrats will make
no factious opposition nor will they seek to
embarrass the de facto administration, but
will sustain it in what Is right because it is
right and for the welfare of the country,
and not a1 all because of any fealty to a par
ty that stands defeated and condemned by
The people cannot allow the selection of
their chief magistrate to become a thing of
chance or of sharp practices. The fraud
first triumphant in American history* must
be assigned to its proper place among the
crimes against popular government and
made odious, that no party will dare attempt
Its repet tion. He who is elected President
must be inaugurated. Until that is settled
and made sore no Democrat can be seduced
from his devotion and allegiance in any way
—not by the allurements of office, nor even
bv the strong appeal in the abandonment bv
the administration of vicious principles anil
dangerous policies and the adoption of bet
ter doctrines and just measures.
Democrats will not entrust their most
cherished principles to the keeping of |ower
which is attained by vicious and corrupt
means. Tliey win rather continue their faith
in the right of die majority to rule in accor
dance with constitutional provisions. All
Democrats rejoice with unbounded joy that
free republican governments are once more
allowed to the .States of South Carolina and
Louisiana. Thev rejoice In the good fruits
that must follow. They know that peace
and good order will prevail; that capital
will be made secure and labor safe, content
ed and happy; that enterprise will revive
and the cruel burdens cf the government
and public corruption will Increase and
lands advance in price. But they know in
the language of Governor Morton, it had be
come inevitable. Good government in the
States was not a free offering upon the al
tars of the country. For years the Deino
crats had contended in Congress and before
the people for free repuMican state* through
out the south and finally became inevitable,
because the right and truth were too strong
to be longer suppressed. In this Democrats
find a reason to stand more firmly with their
party. Out of power, with no patronage to
dispense and money to distribute, but ani
mated by a spirit of our institutions and in
spired by the sentiment of the rights of local
self-government as inherent in the peepic.
the Democratic partv during the past ten
years has restored one State after another,
until now the tread of the soldier is heard in
no legislative hall, but in every State the
people are governed by laws of their own
choosing. Mr. Hendricks concluded with
the declaration that this occasion had more
than a personal significance. It proclaimed
that we had no sectional sentiment; no east
ern or western policies. The east and west
and south were one; a wise and just oollcy
would alike promote the prosperity of each.
Tue State Sunday School Convention.
Special Dispatch to THE TIMES.
lIARRISBURG, June 13—At the
session of the State Sunday School
Association to-day a report was sub
mitted, showing the number of Sun
day school scholars in the State to
be 629,548, and the number of schools
6,132. The number of officers and
teachers is 81,885. That year 11,777
were added to the Sunday school
Itev. John A. DeMoyer, the pas
tor of the Methodist church, Sunbu
ry, for the past three years until this
spring, has purchased the firm of
Wilson Gearhart, on the North
Branch, this side of Riverside, for
the sura of s7,o9o.— yortfuinibirland
The Louisville Courier-Journal is
endeavoring to pursuade the North
to look after its own criminals, and
speaks particularly of the Republi
can State of Pensylvania. asserting
that "the number of murders in one
year in the single state of Pennsyl
vania is greater than the entire num
ber of murders in the Southern
States during the same period."
To-day will become memorable in
the annals of Pottsville and Schuyl
kill county. No less than six mur
derers will lie swung into eternity
by means of rone and gallows, to pay
the penalties or an outraged law for
their wicked crimes. Let evil-doers
take warning example.
Groat Destruction of Property
by a Hurricane.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass., June 14.
The covered bridge over the Connec
ticut river between Northampton
and Hadley, was blown over by a
hurricane, accompanied bv a severe
thunder shower, at 1.30 o'clock this
afternoon. An uncompleted bridge
of the Massachusetts Central rail
road was also demolished. There
were six teams on the bridge when
it went over, and Mrs. Sullivan, of
Old lladley, was instantly killed.
Sheriff Enos Cook, of lladley, was
cut badly on the head and William
Smith, of Amherst, had his shoulder
dislocated. Two horses have Iwn
taken from the ruins alive. The
bridge was 1,1-4 feet long and the
newest port 1 on of it has lieen built
about fifteen years. Numerous to
bacco slicnls liavo also been blown
down by the gale.
The path of the wind seemed to
be ten miles in length and one in
width and was in a northwesterly
direction. At Hadley the storm
passed over only the lower part of
the village. Fifteen to twenty of its
great elms were uprooted while trees
two feet in diameter were broken off
like reeds. Tiie damage consisted
cliictly in overturned barns. Among
those destroyed was one in which
several men with four horses sought
shelter from the storm, the whole
partv narrowly escaping death. The
entire loss cannot be estimated until
the damage to crops in the vicinity
TRAGEDY BY TRAMrS.
A Qunrrel Amoujc the OntCMta Knd
Special Dispatch to the Evening Telograph.
FAIKVIKW, Pa., June 13 —A ter
rible tragedy was enacted in the
mountains near here last night. For
a long time thesquadsof tramps who
travel through this region have made
the place a resort. Yesterday after
noon four or five of these outcasts
stopped there. In the evening they
were joined by quite a number of
others. Some of the party were well
supplied with liquor, and the whole
party indulged pretty freely, the car
ousal being kept up until a late hour.
About midnight two of the tramps
became engaged in an altercation
aliout a woman, one of the party.
The quarrel terminated in a general
fight, nearly all of the tramps var
tieipating in it. Two of them,
known as the "stranger" and Bill
Carr, were so severely stabbed that
they died shortly after the fight.
The rest of the party scattered in
various directions, and as uo clue
lias l>een discovered of their where
alKuts it isthought they have manag
ed to escai>e. One of the tramps
told an old man, whom he met
near here, the story of the tragedy,
but he was not detained. The affair
is being investigated. This is the
second tragedy of the kind that lias
occurred in this vicinity, and natur
ally enough, some alarm lias been
occasioned among the few j>eople
living about here.
Some of our farmers will begin
baying the latter part of this week,
or "the beginning of the next. The
hay crop will not be quite as good as
The Basement of the Ev.Luther
an Church will be dedicated in a few
weeks. A few ministers from a
distance are expected to be present.
The closing exercises of the Ite
bersbHig Select School were a suc
cess —all the performers doing their
part nobly, giving ent ire satisfaction
to the large audience assembled.
Although the wheat crop is no
failure, still our farmers will not
realize as much as they exi>ected.
ltebersburg is to have a Town
clock, to be placed in the belfry of
the German Hefoimed Church.
One fine day last week we enjoyed
the novel pleasure of "riding on the
rail" through the Seven Mountains.
We had never seen either of the
two tunnels, did not even know of
our own knowledge that there was a
railroad over there, though we had
often heard so. Now we need no
longer live by faith as far as our rail
road is concerned, for we saw it,
locomotive, cars, engineer, road and
all, with our own mortal eyes. We
totjk hold of the rails with our own
corporeal hands, in order to remove
the last, lingering remnant of a
doubt about the matter, and now we
can assure our readers who have
been less lucky, upon the honor of
our editorial veracity that we have
a rail road and no mistake about it.
At about 2 o'clock, Mr. Moore,
the engineer, conductor and general
superintendent gave the word "all
alxiavd tor Philadelphia, New
York, and all points East, North-
East and South-East." In less time
than it takes to write it we were on
the train and off it went, slowly at
first then faster—faster—faster, un
til a rate of sjieed was attained that
made a fellow's hair stand on end.
We literally fiew through Beaver
Dam tunnel past Eisenhuth's,
Fowler's, Newnen's, over several
bridges and through Paddy's
tunnel, a little beyond which is
Tierail Station, where we stopped.
We concluded to go no farther, and
returned, after our train was loaded
with rails. We never made a rail
road triu that gave us half the pleas
ure, although wo had to waive every
thing in the line of comforts.
Tne scenery through the moun
tains is most delightful. There is
nothing very bold or rugged in the
aspect—no high peaks or threaten
ing cliffs—but you have the softer,
gentler, ever-varying view that is so
peculiarly pleasing to the lover of
Jacob Gepliart is building quito a
large addition to his house.
The Hessian fly is doing much
damage to wheat fields about Lewis
burg. . _ _
We see bv the Mifllinburg Tele
graph thati)r. Hoy, of New Berlin,
is very ill.
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Have you weeded your garden and
hoed your cabbage and tomatoes ?
During June, yards and gardens
should be kept particularly clean.
Read the piece on our outside
headed 4t A Fruit Village," accord
ing to which Ilammonton must be a
regular terrestrial paradise.
Dr. Musser informs us that grain
and grass Ih Ids, all along the lino of
the railroad from Lewishurg to Phil
adelphia, are generally jKKir.
Our section was visited by heavy
rains on Thursday and Friday last.
Considerable hail fell on Thursday,
but no damage was done that we
Amos Alexander has almost com
pleted a very line dwelling house out
on his farm, before wo knew be was
building. Well, a good practical
man with plenty of stamps, can do
Our editor took a flying trip to
Bellefonto one warm day last week,
and in order to secure himself
against the rays of old Sol, lie took
Shady along. Editors will play
From the Ist of May to June Ist
ten thousand and eighty bushels of
grain were purchased and stored
in the Walls, Smith & Co. grain
house in this place. Who can beat
it. — Miffiinburg Ti legraph.
The St. Louis Times remarks that
*f Morton's imagination could vote,
the Republican party would have lug
majorities everywhere but in Mis
souri and Kentucky.
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The Pittsburg Commercial is con
vinced that Col. Noyes, of Clinton
Co., will get the Democratic nomi
nation for State Treasurer. Other
papers and people think just the
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Rev. F. W. Conrad, editor of the
Lutheran Observer, has prosecuted
F. S. Bond, of the bankrupt firm of
Bond, Moxey & Co., for defrauding
him to the amount of $5,7.10 in a
Pennsylvania railroad stock transac
About fifteen hundred shad have
been caught iu the Juniata near
Newport tlris season. It is said that
fully that number were caught at
MiddlKown. This would seem to
show that the work of the Legisla
tive committee at Columbia lias been
to some purpose.
THE BUSH HOUSE is daily becom
ing more popular under the efficient
management of its gentlemanly and
obliging proprietor, Mr. McCollum.
It is only Decessary to stop there
once and you will call again and
again. Nearly everylKxlv from our
sect ion stays at the Jiush, while at
We direct the attention of our
readers to the card of Ira T. Cottle,
in another column. Ira is a son and
graduate, of the celebrated master
tailor, James Cottle, of Milrov, who
can suit Governors, and Presidents
fully as well as old John Wananiaker,
any*day. The son is no discredit to
the father. Let him be liberally pat
THE EIGHTEENTH. Governor
Hart rauft has issued a warrant for
the exceution of Thomas Campbell,
of Luzerne county, on the 9th of
August, at Wilkesbarre—the same
day on which the Columbia county
Mollie Maguires and Thomas Hurley,
of Montgomery county, will be hang
ed. This makes the eighteenth
death warrant signed by the gover
nor within live weeks.
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Considerable interest, and we are
sorry to add, some ill feeling mani
fested itself concerning the election
of President and Directors of the
L. C. & S. C. R. R., held in Phila
delphia, last week. The entire old
board and President were re-elected,
with the exception of Mr. Duncan,
who is succeeded by M. Thompson
Esq., of Lemout.
The board*passed a resolution to
continue the laying of the track to
Centre llall, this fall.
To-day the rail road track will be
completed to Zerby's saw mill, above
Gentzel's, leaving a gap iietween that
point and Spring Mills of a little
less than four miles.
It had l>een pretty well under
stood that there would he an excur
sion to Laurelton, Mifliinburg or
Lewisburg, on the fourth of July, but
it now seems as though our ])eople
will have to waive this long-expect
ed pleasure in favor of a party of
Lewisburg excursionists. A train
is to leave Lewisburg at 7.30 in the
morning, to arrive at Spring Mills,
at 0.30. We would resi>ectfully sug
gest to P resident Slifer ami our Lew
isburg friends that their train leave
Lewisburg at 7 in the morning,
which would enable them to goto
Spring Mills and return to Forks by
9.30, and take our i>eople to Lewis
burg and back in time for the Lew
isburgers to return home. This ar
rangement would accommodate all
who desire to participate in the
pleasures and festivities of the day.
WOODWARD, the first town in
Penns Vally, is about as neat and
cozy a little rural village as one
comes across in many a days' travel.
Situated at the entrance of "The
Narrows," almost surrounded by
forests, with a sylvan mountain as a
back-ground, the view from the hills
west of town affords a very beauti
ful perspective. Nor does Woodward
lose anything upon a closer inspec
tion. Neat and comfortable homes
with tasty surroundings, are the
rule. The residences of Noah Weav
er, G. R. Spigelmyer and Mrs. Motz
are particularly worthy of mention
in this connection.
The business features of Wood
ward are a good grist mill, saw mill,
hotel, a first class store with two
active, wide awake business men in
it —to say nothing of an extensive
whiskey factory. A good and spa
cious school house tells you that the
education of the young is not neg
lected, while a handsome church
with its tall spire pointing heaven
ward, opens its hospitable doors to
the villagers every Sabbath.
Altogether we like Woodward, and
are happy to count many of its
people among our friends,
Mauch Chunk Happy Over Its Har
vest of with.
Maucii Chunk, Pa.. June 18.—
There is a feeling of satisfaction and
relief in this community over the
the action of the Hoard of Pardons.
Also a feeling of excitement as the
day for the execution approaches,
and some fears are entertained that
an attempt will be made to rescue
the prisoners, or, failing in that,
commit some violence on persons or
property. A double guard has been
placed at the jail and about the
town. The prisoners received the
news from Ilarrisburg stoically.
Very olwtinato and troublesome
are old sores and ulcers. Yet how
easily may they be healed. All that
is necessary is to use freelv Glenn's
Sulphur Soap dissolved in water as a
lotion. l)ei>ot Crittenton's No. 7
Sixth Avenue. New York.
Hill's Hair tV. Whisker l)ye, black
or brown, 50 cts. 4w
J. Newman. Jr., the King Clothier
of Jlellefonte, has the la rgest as well
as the best assortment of cloting
ever kept in Bell efonte. Whhv you
can not ask for anything in his line,
from a neck-tie or pair of susiienders
to an overcoat, that Julius has not
got,'and what is a consideration of
9|>ccial importance, is, that he sells
for al>out 20 j>er cent, less than aver
age prices elsewhere. Don't take
our word, but try for yourself.
All who contemplate purchasing
a Piano or Organ, who want excel
lence of tone, combined with beauti
of eonstuctiou, and who want an
ornament fora parlor. Church, School
room. Lodge or Reception room, and
who admire business promptness and
fair dealing can secure all these by
addressing the celebrated manufac
turer of organs and pianos, Daniel
F. Bentty, Washington, Warren
couuty, N. J., U. S. A. See bis
advertisement on other places.
On the 12th Inst., at the Evangelical Par*
no nap-, MUlhelm, by Rev. C. P. Delnincer,
Mr. K. K. Smith and Miss M. A. Smith, all
of Pnn township.
On April R, by Rev. P. C. Shannon. Benja
min IJinbert, of Madisonbnrg, to Miss Hen
rietta R. Duek, of Penn Hall, Pa.
On the 17th Inst., by Rev. F, Aurand, Mr.
Pierce F. Zellers, of Logan HV1I!, Clinton Co.,
and Miss Sophia Brungard, of Miles tW|*.,
On the 21st. ult., in Miles twp.,
Daniel Scholl, aged 63 years, 3
months and 14 days.
Arrival and Cloning: of Mnlln.
Mail* arrive at the MUlhelm Post Offlee AS
Daily from all points east via I.ewlsburg,
at 9 p. M.
Dally from all points west via Bellefontc
at 6 P. M
Every Tuesday, Thnrsday and Saturday,
fr< in north and east, via Lock liaven at
4 P. M.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
front north and west via Howard, at
6 p. M.
Mails close for east and west, at 6 A. M.
For I.nck Haven ami Howard, everv Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 6 A. M.
Preaehlngin the Lutheran Church,
Aaronslmig, next Sunday morning,
by the Pastor. English.
Preaching in Ithe Evangelical
Church, Millheim, next Sunday
morning, by Rev. C. F. Deiuinger.
Lodge and Society Directory.
The Millheim Cornet Band will
meet in the Town Hall oh Monday
and Thursday evenings.
Providence Grange No. 217 P. of
tl,. meets in Alexander's block on
the 2nd Saturday of each month at
6} P. M. and on the fourth Saturday
of each month at 1$ P. M.
The Irving Literary Institute
meets in the Town Hall, on the last
Friday evening of eaeh month, until
The Millheim B. & L. Association
meets in Town IJall, on the evening
of the second Monday of each month
Millh'eim Council No. 300, O. U.
A. M. meets every Saturday at 8
o'clock, P. M., in their Council
Room, Wilt's Building.
Degree Meetings will lie held on
Tuesday on or before the full moon
of each month.
B. F. MILLER, C.
CIIAS. 11. HELD, Sec.
White Wheat, per bushel new 4 1 80
Red Wheat, per bushel new No. 1... 1 80
Rye, per bushel new 85
Corn ears, per bushel 50
Corn, shelled, per bushel 50
Gats, per bushel, new 35
Barley, per bushel 50
Buckwheat, per bushel 50
Cloverseed, per bushel 6 00@t> 50
Potatoes, per bushel new 1 25
Eggs, per dozen 12
Lard, per pound 10
Sugar Cured Hams 15
Tallow, per pound
Butter, per pound 15
Rags, per pound 2
Ground Plaster per ton 10,00
Butter 4 10
Wheat..- 1 75
Tymothy Hay 15 00
Clover fiay 12 On
Cloverseed 8 00
Tyiuothysecd 1 25
Flaxseed 1 40
Wheat 1 75
Rye , 56
Tymothyseed 4 50
Flaxseed v. , . 60-
Eggs . 12
Potatoes 1 00
Dried Apples 4
Dried Cherries 5
We are authorized to announce J. M.
KEICHMNE, Esq., of Bellefonte, as a candidate
for District Attorney. Subject to the deci
iou of the Democratic couiily convention.
JAMES HARRIS & CO.,
Dealers in Hardware,
No. 5. Brockerhoff Row,
Sf OLDEST HARDWARE HTORE IN CENTRE CO.H
Complete line of Hardware of all Kinds at the
The Celebrated Barley Sheaf Cook Store & Anchor Heater.
CALL AND SEE.
18.1 T. COTTLE,
Having opened room* on the 2nd flimr of
Wm. Wolfs warehouse, be i* prepared to
niauofaeture all kinds of men's and boy's
garments, according to the latest styles, and
upon shortest notice, and all work warranted
to render satisfaction. Cutting and reiiair
iugdoue. 2o ly.
LEWIS H A AS,
Bellefonte, 25-1 Pa.
WITH A COI.D 18 ATW ATS DANOItKOPS.
WELLS' CARBOLIC TABLETS, ,
a sure remedy for OOt'OHS, and all
diseases of the THROAT, LrJftiS,
C'HKST and VVrOVH MKMRRANK.
PUT UP ONLY IN BLUB BOXES.
HOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
C. N.CRITTENTON, 7 SIXTH AV
ENUE, New York.
6 New pieces sheet music, retails for 41.75,
sent for 10 cts. and stamp. Cheap Music
Co., Middle born. Mm 4w
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP.
Thoroughly Cures Disease of the
Skin, Benntllle* the Complexion.
PrrxentN and remedies Rheumatism
and hoot. Heals Sores and Abra
sions or the Cuticle and Counteracts
SOLD BY ALL Ml GISTS.
PRICKS —£."> Cents |ht Cake ; B,x (3 Cakes)
N. R.—Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt of
N. C.CBITTENTON, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Avenue,
N. Y. 4w
WASTE YOUR MONEY
WIIY WASTE YOUR MONEY
WHY WASTE YOUR MONEY
IN SUCH N.IUN TIMES
IN SUCH HARD TIMES
IN bUCH n.AKD TIMES
IT WILL PAY YOU
IT WILL TAY YOU
TO COME TO OUR STORE
TO COME TC OUlt STORE
Fur anything in the line of
Dry Good*, Clothing:, Carpets, OH
Cloths, Boot* St Shoes, Dress
Goods, Notions, Trim
We arc selling—LADlES SHOES at 41.00 eta
Wc are selling—lktdleg Button Shoes at 41.50
We arc soiling—Ladies White Hose at 5 cts
We arc selling—Ladles Handkere hlcrs at 5c
We are selling—DßESS GOODS at 8 cents
We are selling—Dress Goods at 10 cents
Wc are soiIing—CALICOES at 5 cents
Wc are seIIing—SHIRTINGS at 8 cents
We arc selling—SPOOL COTTON at 2 cents
We are selling-LADIKS DOLMANS 42.50 c.
We are selling—Ladles Triinnied Hats at 1.50
Wc are selling—Ladies Trimmed Hats at 1.75
We are selling—Ladies Trimmed Hats at 2.00
We are seIIing—CARPETS at 23 con
We aro seIIing—CARPETS at 25 cents
We are selling—lngrain Carpets at SO cents
We arc selling—Brussels Carpets at 41.00
We are selling—MEN'S SUITS at; .*>.oo
In fact we are selling everything
usually kept in a Luge and 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, nixm introducing the
cash *yatem, and rinding myself able
to purchase goods at figures far
below former rates, I deter*
mined to reduce prices en
all articles in our line,
and to give the
public the ben
efit of the
low will be found
an littet eating compar
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 accrulug to the public from the cash
20c. qr Note Paper sto 7 and 10c.
15c. pack....Envelopes... 5 to Bc. pack.
15 to line. ea..Mottoes 4c.
41.25 to 41.50..M0tt0 Frames, 27 to 37c.
sto Gc Pins 2e. patter
SO to 75c Bxlo Frames, *5 to aOc.
80c. per Choice Caramels,....4oc. per B>.
All Miscellaneous Books reduced 25 per cent.
All Cold Pens and Pencils reduced 30 per cent
Pocket Books reduced one half.
5c Toilet Soap 2**s.
20c Perforated Board Oe.
25c Fancy Box Paper 15c
llalr Pins reduced to IV*. a dozen.
Children's Kound Corn be reduced to 8 ami se.
Parties accustomed to dealing in these
poods will see to It that this list is correct.
Will any person >e so unreasonable as to
find fault with the prices given below ?
280 Pinsjin one itaper) for 2 cts.
2 cakes Toilet Soap 5 eta.
1 pair Carters wlib stoel bucale 7 cts.
Mottoes 4 cts.
M<tto Frames, all walnut, varnished, witn
glass and back complete '27 cts.
2doz. Hair Pins for 3et*.
Pocket Books nithnlcklc rim 12cts.
Note Pa|Kr 5 and 7c. quire.
Envelopes 4, 5 and Bc. pack.
Tooth Brushes 13 ct*.
Children's Kound Combs 3and scts.
Rubber Fine Combs 6 and 8 cts.
And many other goods at prices equally low.
Store next door to post office.
J. SELLER & SON, j
30. 6.|Brockerboff Row,
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.j
A Full Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand, i
i CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE S
! SPONGES, 16 cents and upwards. A share of the public patron- j
age respectfully solicited. '
LIEE & HEALTH WITHOUT
BLUE AND 1
T TN.TIT INOW READY
Tim only book practically treating thl* now
universally absorbing topic. Shows how to
apply the treatment, ami tells of many suc
cessful cures made by the use. of this wonder
ful medium. Circulars and best terms to
early applicants. .!. M. STODDART & CO.,
723 Chestnut St.. l'hila. 4w
The Black HUls^
By H. N. Maguiub, who has spent 12 years
in this region. latest accounts of Gold and
Silver prospects, Agricultural and Grazing
resources, Climate, Hunting, KWhlng, Indi
ans, and Settler's Adventures with them,
Mining and Wild Western Life, the Water- 1
falls. Boiling Geysers, noble Scenery, im
mense Gorges, etc. Willi 27 llnb illustra- |
Hons, and one map. l'ricc only 10 ef
Sold hv All Nkwsdk alf.ks, or sent post-paid
for 12e. by DOX.VCLLY LOY1I& CO..
Tubs, Chicago, ill. 4w
mm ■ The Tip Top riw-kage I* the lirmt
bestmlUhkoat. ft K AD AND
I Bav SEE. 18 shrete Nolo Paper, is
fa BnvtTopcK. rencil, ren-hulJor, Ueld
■ ■ ea Pen, Set of Klogaot Gold Btimo
Kloevo Button*. Grati' Lke George Diamond Pin, Amo
ihrat Stone Rlnjctnlald with gold, Amattoyst ttuMjStart
tin. Gold pltoa Wedding King, Hot Koaabad K*r Drop*.
ljuUm' Flowered and Silvered Ila t Plu, Ladle*' £*of y
fin and Drop*. Gold plate pillar Button, Pent*' Gold-plat
•d Watch Chain ami Set of ■■ BNk
Three Ooldplatod Stud*.
tnfir, Lo* sent *ost fmidfr BO ■ H ■
ttnts. • j bXiRAORDINAKYW ■ J
IHDUCF.MF.NTS TOAGBNTS m ™ 4
to, J. BRIDE, Clinton Plnoc, NewYorttJ
Mf|A mm See this. Only I.SO capital
BX 1111K required to start canvassing
Soli u K. Hallo well, CAN VASSERS
13H East Eight ML, New York. 4w
s permanently located at the NT.
CHAKLEN HOTEL, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Diseases and Deformities of the Bpine, Ul
terine Displacements, Dyspepsia, Hernia
and Piles successfully treated by the BAN.
NING SYSTEM of Meciianical Supports.
Gall or send for descriptive pamphlet, "The
House You Live In." Mailed free.
BETTER THAR WESTERN LANDS.
DR. B. NKVIN.72S SANSOM ST.. PHILA
# DELPniA, Pa., has for sale thousands
of choice improved and unimproved lands,
in Delaware and Maryland within a few
hours, by rail, of tbe Philadelphia and New
York markets. Climate healthful : lands
cheap; rail roads, churches and school hous
es abuedant: splendid opportunity for Colo
nies. Send for Illustrated Pamphlets. Free.
WAR I WAR ! WAR!
fn the gre.it Dry Goods Buttle In Lock
lias come off victorious on account of the
wonderful low prices nt which Dry Goods
are sold at this old and reliable store.
The third immense stork of Dry Goods,
Carpets, &c.. for the Spring and Summer
trade Is lust being opened at prices below
any ever before known.
Sono vards all SIIJC (JROGRAIN RIBBON
beautiful shades, only 15 cts. per yard.
300 new PARASOLS, SPKINO 9tylkß. com
mencing at 18 cts. a piece.
Large Tot BLACK KID GLOVKB, all sizes
25 cts. a pair.
500 Packs PINS, at 3 cts. a pack.
1000 yards DRESS LINENS, AM. PURE UN
KN, from 16 cts. a yard up.
3000 yards BEAUTIFUL SPRING STYLE
PRINTS, warranted fast color* at
sc. sc. sc. sc. sc. sc, 6c. sc. se. per y.
200 Pair MENS' HALF HOSE at 5 cts. a pr.
200 Pair LADIES' HOSE;at cts.
I-i it;e Stoc.k beautiful ready mado LA
DIES* SPRING SKIRTS, 37 cts.
Immense Slock ready made LIN EN SUITS
rou LA DIES, very cheap.
Our Stock of STRIPED A PLAIN SII.KS.
Bill I.LI A STINKS, AM. WOOL, DP. BAISH
ES. PLAIDS & SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
comprises all the choicest styles In endless
The largest and cheapest stock of PANT
IN GS, SHIKTINOS, TICkJNOS. ML'RLIXI, TOWLR
IMOS. TABLE LINENS MENS* & Boys' SCJT
MEK WE AKH, ever brought to Lock Haven,
at the BEE HIVE Just betng opened thi.
New Stock CARPET, Handsome INGRAIN
CARPET, ouly 28 cts. a yard.
FLOOR OIL CLOTH, 2 yards wide, only 75 e.
I-arge Stock *of 3 PLY AND FINE CIRPET
CIIAIN and WINDOW CUKTINS, cheap.
BEE HIVE DRY GOOD STORE,
05 MAI* STBEKT,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
irWantal-JXiOO'Ib. .Good TUB
WASHED WOOL in exchange for
Dry Goods, for which the Highest
Cashg Price will be paid.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Boots, Shoes, Gaiter*, Slippers and
TOE SriUNGftAXD SL'MMEU IS AT
.A. IMI IF' S !
For Ladies, Misses, and Children's
Jfrench Kid Button and Laced Shoes.
AMERICAS KID AXD BITTO.Y
Calfskin, K1 at and Grain Leather
Pegged and Sewed Shoes.
Calf. Kip, Upper and Split Leather
Boots and Shots.
Great Bargains for Cash
NO OTHEIt NEED APPLY
LCK HAVEN, PRNN'A
A chance for all to make or save money,
AND GET THE DEST GOODS IN THE MARKET.
TEAS, COFFEES, AC.,
sold a* lower prices than the same qualities
can be bought at any other house in this
country- AH goods guaranteed to be satis
factory and as represented, or the money
will be refunded on return of the goods,
which inav be done at our expense.
The reputation of our house for selling
standard goods at Low Prises, (for 36 years),
has given us a standard in New York City
and vicinity, that is not enjoyed by any
other house in the trade. After mature de
liberation we have determined to offer our
goods to housekeepers In the interior, at the
Lowest Wholesale Trade Prices, when a
Club Is formed large enough to make a small
case. The goods of each member of the club
will bo put In sepcrate packages, and mark
ed with name and cost, so as to avoid con
fusion iu distribution. Goods will be sent by
Kxpress to Collect on Delivery, All wishing
to save money dy purchasing family sup
f lles at New York Wholesale Prices can talk
he matter over among friends and neigh
bors, and send to us for Club Circular, Price
list, &c. We give a present of either goods,
or money to t ne person who gets up the club,
to compensate for trouble ect Samples of
TEA & COFFKK sent by mall. Send lor
Trlce-llst, and Club Circular. 4w
Stiner'e New York & China Tea
M. H. MOSES, & Op.,
77,79, 81, 84 and 86 VESEY Streot N. Y.
Vital Weakness or Depression, a weak ex
hausted feeling, no energy or courage; the
result of Mental Over-worK, Indiscretion or
Excesses, or some drain upon the system Is
always cured by
Hraplirey's Homeoiathic Mt No.
Tt tones tip and invigorates the system
dispels the gloom and desopndency, 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. Piioe, 81.00 per sin
gle vial; or 65.00 per package of five vials
and 62.00 vial of powder. Sent by mall on
receipt of price. Address Humphrey's
Homoepathic Medicine Company, 502 Broad
way. New York. 51x13 ly.
nrELEGANT CARDS all styles with name.
6JIO cts.. post paid. J. B. Husted, Nassau,
Co., N. Y. • 4w
Best bargains in Ainerica.P 4 nun J. F.
Maps ami Catalogue free.l uiUflO MANCIIA,
Dover, Del. 4\v
The most practical, sin*
pie, and effective. Its su-
HHH per lor advantage at purtif
gate is universally ae-
c. T. ALCOTT & EON.
Mtrs-of Wheels and Mil
Machinery, Mortrr HOLLT, N. J. WW give
INSURANCE MEN ! ,AKE jiOTICK.
—TOR TDK —
New EnilaM Mutual Life IDS. CE.
The uldeat mutual In the country, Chartered
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEN.
MAR IC'N A WAKH.IN. (,'ei rial Agent*.
133 South Fourth Street, Philr.delpliia.
Daniel F. Beatty's
CALTION.— The reputation have galtic<6
nwd the celebrity of mv Orgoiis, have induc
ed soiue unprincipled panics and agents
to copp my circulars, and misrepresent my
instruments; against this the public are
hereby cautioned. All niy Organs bear my
trade-inak, Golden Tongue, and all my Pia
nos have the word PI r\ Q underlined,
and also have inrnainelftMg>f£ tnd tesi
deuce, DANIEL F. BKAJTY. WII shin ton, X.
J., without which nunc is genuine.
DANIEL F. BEATTY, -
Washington, N. J., U, S. A.
HI: A fTY bViT™™
Messrs. Geo. P. Bowcil A Co., (N. Y.>
Newspaper Reporter, says:
"Daniel F. Beatly, the organ builder, of
WashlNgton, N. J., presses forward with
From Wm. Peol, Niagar -Falls, N. Y.
"Several mouths use of the elegent Parlor
Organ yon sent me satis lies me that it. is one
of the best made. t has a rich tone; Its
various tones are most pleasant. must
heartily recommend your ononis for parlor
school, church or other use."
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charges,
paid by me (Daniel F. Realty) both wavs if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five davs.
Organ warranted for ftva years. Seud for
extended list of tcHhtiotdaU before buying
a pallor Organ.. Address.
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Buhlngton, New Jersey, V. 11. A.
All kinds of Wagons made to
The best and most lastmg parlor organ
now in use. No other parlor orgau has ever
attained the same popularity.
It lias been tested by thousands, many of
thein competent Judges, and gives universal
sat intact ion to aIL
The music is adapted to the human voice*,
ranging from the softest flute-like note to a
volume of sound unsurpassed by any instru
This Instrument has all the latest Improve
ments, and everv org.iu is fully warranted
for six years. Beautiful oil polish, black wal
nut panelled cases, which will not L'KACK.
or WARP, and forms, in addition to a splen
did instrument of music, a beautiful piece of
This organ need* only to be seen to be ap
preciated, and is sold at ertt-Mtiely low fig
ures for cash Second-hand Instruments
Liken in exchange.
Agents wanted, male or female. In every
county in the United .States and Canada. A
liberal discount made to teachers, ministers
churches, schools, lodges, etc., where I have
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and price
free. Correspondence solicited. Agent
dis-Viiut given whery I have no agents. lies
offer eYcrjiJvtm diiM T>
DAMEI. F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
HMYTVn We wm
t* Ail 1 nM, men aud women
Business that will Par
from id to 6k per day. can lie pursued in
your own neighborhood, and is strictly hon
orablc. Particular* free, or samples worth
several dollars that w ill enable you to go to
work at once, will be sent on receipt of fifty
Address LATHAM & CO.,
Box 2.l>i. 419 Washington St.. Boston. Mass
BEATTY' SParior Organs
Believing It to he BY FAR the best Parlor
and Orchestral Organ manufactured, we
challenge any manufacturer to equal them.
The celebrated Golden Tongue Keeds in thia
organ in conjunction witu the Perfected
lteed Boards |>roduce sweet, pure and pow
erful tones. Superb cases of new and elegant*
designs Ministers, teachers, churches
schools, lodges, etc., should seud for price
list and discount*.
Dealer* will And it to their advantage to
examine this instrument, t has lmpinve
ments found In no other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of organ and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Reattv) both ways if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five day*-™
Organ warranted for six years. A gents dis
count given everywhere have noagcut
Agents wanted. Address,
DAAIEL F. BEATTY,
WMhington, New Jersey, IT. S. A.
TVT? "WTT T mail one ami due.
YY M2J YY AJJ JU half dozen of tin
most beautiful new Cliromos in French oil
color, ever seen for 61-00. They are mount,
ed in Bxlo black enamel and gold mats, oval
opening and outsell anything now before the
public. Satisfaction guaranteed. Two samp!-,
es for 25 cents, or six for 50 cents. Send 10
cents for grand illustrated catalogue with
chromo of Moonlight oil the Rhine, or 20
ceuts for two Landscapes and Calla Lilies on
black ground. .T. LATHAM &CO. t 419 Wash
ington st.. Boston, Mass. Headquarters for
Cliromos, Engravings and t rjISITII
Art Works. §3-3in A f Ull 1D Y fc.
Fee Reduced. Entire Cost $55.
Patent office Fee 615 in advance, balance
620 within 6 months aft er patent allow
ed. Advice and examination
free. Patents fkdd.
J. NANCE LEWIS A CO.,
18-3 m Washington, D. O
B| Gold Jewelry
Wm HSfMH Comb i n a tioh
S BK Consisting
■■ ■■ watch chain,
■ dies' handsoum
3 brooch, and ear
Baa 1381 Baal drops, pair elo
■■ ;ant gold
I deeve button:-,
set spiral studs, collar uutton, heavy plain
wedding ring, and gents' Parisian diamond
pin. The above articles sent, post-paid, for
50 CTS. have been retailed tor 6>. Bank
rupt stock and must be sold. Solid Milton
Gold Watches, *lO each, for speculative pur
posed; good timers, equal in appearance t
a*2oo genuine gold. "IBs reputation for
honesty, fair dealing and liberality is uu
equaled bv any advertiser in thu city. —-V
11 Day Book, Dec. 16, 1876.
POST AG K ST AM PS TAK h V. AS CASH.
F. STOCKMAN 27 BOND oT . New York.