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Jailer & Deininger. Proprietors
B. O. Deimsgkr, Associate Editor
Hiilheiiti.Tluirsda) July 2(1.
Torins—Bl.so Per Annum.
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BIOT AXD ANARCHY.
FITTSBIRfI RILED BY THE MOB.
Three Millions'' Worth of Property
Destroyed, Including the Depots,
Engines ami Miles of Loaded
Cars—The Authorities FVmv r
less Against the Ittotcrs.
PHILADELPHIA TROOPS IX ACTION*.
Their Bravery Conspicuously Dis
played, hut Overrent* by a Brutal
Mob — a sit en and a Sor
tie— The leilleel and irptoubd.
A tea it i nej Jie i nforccments.
THE STRIKE IN PHILADELPHIA.
Stoppage of Freight Trains—Heap
tion of tlie Wounded. Scenes in
IFest Philadelphia—The Mayor
Commands the Peace —The
Volunteers Under Arms and
Police on Duty— Ao Act mil
From the Philadelphia Timesof July 2&
The strike of railroad operatives at
nearly aU the great railway centres
has caused intense excitement
throughout the couthry. From all
points come reports of movements
of the strikers, and of the mustering
and m assing of troops, regular and
volunteer, to maintain order. The
deeds of blood and the attendant ra
pine at Pittsburg marked Sunday as
a day long to be remembered. Our
dispatches give the events of the dav
in detail. All accounts agree that
Fittsburg is literally in possession
of a mob, whose present purpose is
plunder, and will spare no violence
to obtain it. The Philadelphia
troops behaved gallantly, hut were
shamefuily treated by the rioters,
numbers were overpowering.
They are now believed to be in a
place of safety and will probably be
reinforced to-day. Trains have been
stopped at Harrisburg, Altoona, Co
lsmbia and other points, but there
has been 110 blood shed in this State
except at Pittsburg. At West
Philadelphia the strikers have for
bidden the departure of freight
trains, and none have been dis
patched. Governor Hartranft is on
his way home. In the meantime all
the militia in the State has been
ydaoed under marching orders.
United btates troops are expected to
arrive in this city to-dav. Tliev will
te commanded by Major General W.
There is a complete cessation of
business along the line of the Balti
more and Ohio Railroad; not a cat
has left Baltimore within the last
twenty-four hours, and the rioters
have their own way at Cumberland
and Keyser. There is a gathering
of United States troops in Baltimore,
gunboats guard the government
property, and the entire militia and
police of the city continue on duty.
The rioters seem to l>e under control,
but crowds around the depot wear a
sullen air. In Washington there
has been no outbreak, but great ex
citement prevails. The President
and his Cabinet are in almost con
• slant consultation with a view to
the preservation of the peace, par
ticularly in Maryland, Ohio, West
Virginia and Pennsylvania. On the
Erie Railroad the strike continues,
but several regiments have been or
dered from New York city to Hor
nellsville, the scene of disorder on
this line. In Ohio no trains are run
ningon the Pennsylvania, Erie and
Baltimore and Ohio Railroads. Gnv
-erno'r Younghas called out the Mili
tia and declares that peace shall
prevail and the law be obeyed at any
hazard. Trouble is feared at Louis
ville, Kentucky, and at St. Louis, the
employes of the Mississippi and
Ohio Railroad have demanded their
wages on penalty of a strike.
THE CATTLE FOR ORDER.
From the Pliila. Times of July U.
The law is supreme in Philadel
phia. General Hancock arrived
with five hundred Regulars in Com
mand at the West Philadelphia de
pot. There was some incendiary
work done, but no disorder exists in
general, and the feeling in this city
is getting better. In Reading great
rioting and bloodshed prevail. A
mob obstructed the passage of trains
and surrounded a body of militia
from Allentown, who fired upon the
rioters and dispersed them. There
were four men killed and a number
of persons wounded. The feeling in
Reading is a very excited and bad
one. Harrisburg is entirely under
control of the mob. The city gave
■ U P to the rioters, who captured a
number of the militia. The arsenal
in Harrisburg is guarded by the mi
litia. In Pittsburg the strike is get
ing quiet, but there is trouble on the
Erie Road and at Jersey City.
have put the
THE EASTERN WAR.
Within the last few weeks very
imiKH'tant. events have transpired in
the operations of the armies of Rus
sia and Turkey. During the early
part of the war all the aggressive op
erations took place in Asia, while
the combatnnty in Europe maintain
ed a state of masterly inactivity aside
The Danube forms the southern
boundary of Uoumania or in other
words divides that priueipality ffom
Bulgaria, the northern part of Tur
key! The Turks massed their
armies on the south and fortiliod all
important points, while the Rus
sians made every preparation on the
northern banks to cross the stream
and for the subsequent operations in
It was believed that tho Czar's
troops would experience great ditli
euity and loss of life in tho attempt
to cross this historic river. Contra
ry to general opinion the crossing
was effected successfully without
much loss of life and tho oompaign
to this date inaugurated with the
crossing of this natural dividing line
demonstrates that the Turks have
been completely outgeneraled in ev
ery objective movement, of their in
Forcing their first line of defence
west of the quadrilateral forts they
pushed on to the second or Balkan
mountains which can only be cross
ed through narrow defiles and pass
es, making them an almost impreg
nable line of defence against their
forts. But the Russians have forced
and crossed these mountains and are
marching on Adrianople in the di
rection of Constantinople.
"Coming events cast their shad
ows before," and the probability is
that the sultan will be compelled to
sue for peace before many moons
have elapsed in view of the wretched
condition of tho internal affairs of
his country, the virtual bankruptcy
of the treasury, the demoralization
of the inhabitants and the position
and strength of the armies of Russia
coupled w..th her resources of men
Si'iHXa MILLS ITEMS.
Some one went into Stines cellar
aud walked some butter 01T.
Mr. Cyrus Condo, who has been
in California fur the last fiva years
came back last week hale and hearty
and reports his success beyond his
Work has leen commenced 011 the
As near as we can ascertain there
will bo another picnic on the old
ground south east of this place 011
the 26th iust.
In Potter Township on the farm
of J. 11. MeCormios, Mr. William
Smetzler lost his life ly the wagon
wheel passing over him. They were
engaged in hauling wheat and lie and
another man did the building.
When they had a load and were go
ing to the Darn, lie came down tlie
small ladder on the front part of the
wagon and accidentally slipped under
the wheel, lie had been 111 the habit
of coming down the wagon at the
same place, and no particular atten
tion was given to him while leaving.
He lived about one half hour after
On Monday last some of our town
folks left tor Milesburg to spend a
few weeks at Normal; among those
that left are the teachers, 11. Meyer
and C. L. Gramley.
The oats crop through Brushval
lev is splendid, and our farmers are
just commencing to cut if.
-Some of our folks feel a little un
easy in regard to these "Strikers."
They are afraid the excursion to
I.ewisburg wiil not come off 011 Aug.
On Saturday evening Jour band
fellows were out serenading Mr. O.
K. Forsterwho was married to Miss
Sally Weber on that evening.
Five thousand bushels of whortle
berries were brought from the moun
tain at east bud of the valley—more
TO THE SCHOOL HOARD OF PEXX
GENTLEMEN:—Ere long you will
again be called upon to discharge the
duties imposed upon you by virtue
of your ofiice, viz: tho selection of
teachers, arranging of salaries, etc.
The parties chosen to fill these re
sponsible positions should be so se
lected as to give the very best satis
faction to all concerned, indepen
dent of small, petty matters, afflict
ing a lew persons, whom we find in
capable of being satisfied, despite our
most strenuous exertions ou that di
rection. The office which you now
occupy is generally considered one
of insignificance, but to a person
given to much thinking, it becomes
astonishingly apparent that we have
none to be filled by popular vote, re
quiring nobler sentiments and loftier
aspirations than that of School Di
rector. You have it in your power
to make the common school not only
an advantage and thus a blessing,
but as weli a source of national
strength. See to it then, ulease, that
the schools of Penn Township the
coming term make rapid strides to
ward perfection, get out of the old
ruts, and leave behind them the
thread-hare landmarks of former
years: all this and much more you
can do, need we tell you how ? The
number of applicants will undoubt
edly again far exceed the number of
schools at your disposal. Do not be
hasty in making your choice, think
over the matter, see tlieni examined,
and decide according to their mer
its, as we think each and every one
of them worthy of recognition at
your hands, if properly qualified.
Do not allow personal animosities to
materially affect your preferment,
as the applicant may be the one de
sired by the people.
After you have installed the teach
er in ofiice, support and stand by
them, visit the schools, assist him oi
lier in the discharge of all school du
ties, and the invariable result will be
good schools and successful teachers.
Remember, all unpleasant oecuran
ces, &c., are or will be imputable to
some oversight or unintentional er
ror ot your own. In closing, we
would say, adopt Davy Crockett's
"Be sure you'ro right, then go ahead."
P. Q. R.
m down to t
The work at the Forks station
house is proceeding speedily. Air.
Gillioce tells us, that lie expects to
gel done with the building this week,
after which he intends to till up with
ground all around in order to enable
tho teamsters to diive up close to the
There was a tiro on Charles Wer
ner's property near Worn!ward, oc
cupied by Mr. David Ulrieh, on last
Saturday evening at about hi o'clock,
which destroyed the barn and pig
pen, and burned 8 tons of hay besides
several wagons. Tho cause of the
tire we could not learn as yet, but
feel sorry to snv, that this is a sad
loss for the parties.
A Box of Glenn's Sulphur
SOAP, which contains three cakes
and costs only sixty cents, is suili
eient to supply material for at least
twenty Sulphur Baths which would
eradicate a whole catalogue of rheu
matic and eiitaneousiuaiadies. Seld
by all Druggists.
llill's Hair A whisker Dye, black or
brown, 50 cts. * 4w
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of its vooabnlm, in tho fullness ami per
spicacity of its definitions. In its orthoepy
ami (cunt yretno satis) Its orthography, in
its new ami trustworthy etymologies, in
the elaborate, hut not too learned treati
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In. In its c'?eml tieeuntev, completeness,
ami praetieal utility,—the work is one
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On Thursday evenuig of last week
the Millhcim Cornet Band paiil the
newly married couple, Mr. and Mrs.
Fowler a visit, and gave them a
good serenade. Mr. Fowler and
wife seemed tobe very much delight
ed and treated the band to a lirst
elass supptr, accompanied by line
cider. Neither would they allow the
boys to go home without cash, but
manifested a spirit of liberality in
tills respect very gratifying to the
band. The whole was a very pleas
ant affair, and Fowler was pleased
with the band as well as the band
was with Fowler.
I). L. Zerby will open the Fall
session of his school on next Mon
day. Mr. Zerbj is a teacher
of much experience and is jhassess
ed of qualifications second to none in
this part of the county. lie deserves
tobe liberally patronized.
We have again and again urged
upon parents the importance of send
ing their childrento school. A com
motio lemcutai v education is a d'ht
which every parent owes to his child
and those who do not get this much
are simpiv robbed out of their just
rights. We are often pained that to
many of our boys and young men
grow ii] in comparative ignorance,
surrounded as they are by so many
facilities for acquiring knowledge.
It should not be thus. Boys, go to
school and improve your time when
there. If your parents can not afford
to pay your tuition, earn soinetliiug
and pay it yourselves.
* Tiie Pianos and Organs manufac
tured bv Mr. Daniel F. Beatty of
Washington, Warren Co., N. J.
may with the utmost confidence
challenge the world to a compari
son. They are unequaled ami carry
oft' the palm. We heartily recom
mend them to all who contemplate
purchasing such instruments. You
inrij with perfect confidence rely on
Mr. Beatly, who is a gentleman of
honor and integrity. ISee his busi
ness testimonials from citizens of
his native town on another page.
He will send you a first-class instru
ment in every respect, as bo is dc
temimed to maintain his nreswit en
viable reputation, and he allows none
other to leave hisestablishment. See
his advertisement. Send for cata
logue of prices. Address Daniel F.
Btfatty, Washington, Warren Coun
ty N. J., U. S. A.
THE GAME AND FISH LAWS.
Black bass may le taken any time
with rod, hook and line.
Wild ducks may be killed any time.
Wood and summer ducks may be
killed any time from Oct. Ist to
Jan. Ist. Twenty-five dollars penal
ty for catching wild uueks with net.
Fislrcan not be taken from any
set net, fish basket, pound net. gill
net or anything in the nature of
seines in any waters of the state,
except tidal waters, with gill nets,
whose meshes are under three inches
under a penalty of $25.
There shall be no fishing or limit
ing 011 Sunday, under a penalty of
Grouse, partridge or pheasant may
be killed from Oct. 1 to Jan 1.
Hare and rabbits may be lulled
from Oct. 15 to Dec. 15.
Plover may be killed from Aug. 15
to Jan. 1.
Quail may be killed from Oct. 25
to Dec. 15.
Squirrels raayjbe killed from July 1
to January 1.
Speckled trout may be killed from
April 1 to August 15.
Woodcock may be killed from July
4 to January 1.
Lake trout may be killed from
March l to December l.
Arrival anil (losing of DinllK.
Mails arrive at the Millhcim Post Office as
Daily from all points east via Lcwisburg,
Daily Irani all points west via Bcllefonte
at t> p. m
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
frcni north and east, via Lock Haven at
4 p. M.
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Sat urday
from north and west via Howard, at
6 p. M.
Mails close for east and west, at 6 a. m.
For Lock Haven and Howard, everv Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday at 5 A. M.
Rev. C. F. Delninger will preach in the
Evangelical Church, next Suinlay eve
Lodge and Society Directory.
The Milllieim Cornet Rami will meet in
the Town Hall ou Monday and Thursday
Providence Grange No. 217 P. of 11.,
meets in Alexander's block on the 2nd Sa
turday of each month at r. m. anil on
the 4th Saturday of each month at \% r. m.
The Irving Literary Institute meets in
the Town Hall, on the last Friday evening
of each month, until otherwise ordered.
The Millhcim It. & L. Association meets
"in the. Town llall, on the evening of the
second Monday of each month.
Milllieim Council No. 909, O. U. A. M.
meets everv Saturday at 8 o'clock, v. m., in
their Council Room, Wilt's Building. De
gree Meetings will he hold on Tuesday on
or before the full moon of each month.
C. 11. Hkl, Sec. B. F. Millkh, C.
Ed 1 qt. Fru
While Wheat, vor bushel new 6 150
Hod Wheat, per bushel new No. 1... 1 50
Rye, per bushel new 58
Corn ears, per bushel 50
Corn, shelled, per bushel... 60
Oats, per bushel,new 40
I tar ley. per bushel 50
Buckwheat, per bushel 50
Cloverseetl, per bushel 0 00® ti 50
l'otatoes, per bushel now 65
KUKSi per do/en 15
lail'il, per pound 10
Susar Cured Hants 15
Tallow, per pound 7
Butter, iHr pound 15
Hans, per pound 2
C.round Blaster per ton 10,00
Mi 111 in hurt! Market.
Butter ♦ hi
Wheat 1 75
II ye in)
TyinoHiy Hay 15 00
Clover Hay 12 00
Clovcrseed 8 on
Tvniothvseed 1 2/>
Cloversecd •. (too
Dried Apples 4
Dried Cherries 5
We arc authorized to announce J. M.
Krn ui INK, Ksi| ,of Bellefonte.asa candidate
for District Attorney. Subject to the deoi
lon of the Dciuooratie county convention.
>T< YTTCE. —Whereas letters of adinlnistra
l t' >n on the estate <>f Win. s. Harter, late
of MlHliitii). Centre County, Pa., deceased,
having been granted to the Mibseribor, all
jit-ikons knowing themselves indebted t>
said estate are roqm sled to luagcimmediate
payment, and those Paving claims against
the same to present them duly authenticat
ed, for settlement.
B. O. DEININGEU,
VDMINISTK N TOR'S NOTICE-Lrtien
of administration oa the estate <•( Dan
iel NV. Sepoil. late <f Miles rownship, de
ceased, having been granted to the under
signed, all persons knowing themselves in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate pavinent. and those having claims
against the same, to present them uuly au
thenticated lor settlement.
Miles twp . F. P. Sthoj.t.,
June, 18, H77. Adniiidstrator.
~VT< >TlCK.—Whereas letters of Adiniliist-
TN ration on the estate of Michael Hazel,
late of Miles Township. Centre Co.. Pa., de
ceased, having becu granted loth© wbairib.
er, all persons knowing themselves indi bled
to suiil estate are requested to make imme
diate payment, and these having claims
against the same to present them duly au
thcnticaied tor setUcmmt.
J. a. Hazkl, Administrator.
IklieTor.te, July 19th, 1877. 2-nit
PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROPER
TV.—There will Is- cvpuscd to Public
Sale by the undersigned administratorot the
Estate oi Mieliael llnznl in Madlsouburt*.
Centre Co., l'a. on the! nth of August, 1877
the following p< rsoual prn'.iertv, viz:
One Mare, one Cow, live .'-hunts, one 2-
hotsewagoii. one Tre.ekwagon, one Spring
wagon, one Plow, one Cook store, S BOOM
stoves wilh nipes. one Cupper Kettle, one
sineer sewing uiaetdn:-. one Keystone sew.
!ng machine. three Beds, one Breakfast
and one Dining table, one Bare.-ui, one
I'uplioard. and many other article* too
numei ous to mention.
sale !o commence at 10 o'clock I*. M..
when trim's will he made known bv
J. A. lIAZEL, Administrator.
PVRI.K SaLI-'.—WilllM e'.post-d to Mfctte
sa'e on it, premises, in e and a lialf mile
vuitSiof Aaronsbiirg, on Thursday, August
23,1577, at oue o'clock, P.M., the* following
valuable pi<q.ei tv:
A splendid farm, containing 312 arrea.
about 2:s: of which arc cleared and in a good
•fate of cultivation. 11,<- balance is w--H
i.ir,in roil w'ith excellent pine, hemlock, oak.
poplar and chestnut. Ujmm this property
is elevied a good, two storv dwelling house,
good harn. wagon shed ami other outbuild
ings. A good orchard is on the premises.
'1 i> s property coiiid In.- divided into two
farms to good advantage, each a f
will eh would have a never-failing spring of
excellent water. This farm is situated with
in two miles of Forks Station, <-it the L. ('. &
P. ('. Railroad, and will be sold si paratc'y or
together, to suit purchasers.
Terms will In- made known on day of sale.
For further particulars appiv to
MICHAEL KORNMaN; Blanchard, Pa.
ortiEORGE KORNMAN, SpriUgMHta, Pa.
PUBLIC SALE OP VALUABLE REAL
K s r.N li-. I lie heirs ot l'hi.lp l a tel. !at
of Gregg Township, deceased, w ill otter at
public s.tlc. two valuable f i rius, as follows-
August 4th. on tin- premises, that certain
f.arm.in Haines Township, adjoining lands of
A. Duiweller.deceased. JaronStover, David
Kraie and ot hers, containing about 113 acres
—nearly all of which i.s cleared ami in a good
state of cultivation. Thereon is erected
house, barn and other outbuildings, orchard
and spring of excellent water
August 11th, on the premises, that certain
farm situate in Gregg Tou'nship, adjoining
lands of Daniel NYcaver. Daniel Zeiglor,
I*. NV. Zelgler, Samuel <tontv|e and others,
containing >bout 113 acres, of which about
100 are cleared and under cultivation, the
balance t>eing well timtveia d.
Thereon erected a dwelling house, barn,
saw mill, and other outbuildings, two or
chards, and spring of good water.
Terms will le inadeknovvn on days of sale.
The Heirs of PHILIP KKTEL, dee d.
178 Tin!ltc St.. Brooklyn. X. V. Xov. 14.1874.
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from personal knowledge of those whose
cures thereby have seemed almost miracu
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eommeml the Veoetine" for the complaints
vvhlrlyt is claimed to cure.
.J imes P. Lrntxvw,
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NVe are selling-LADIES DOLMANS *2.50 c.
NVe are selling—Ladies Trimmed Hats at 1.50
NVe are selling—lndies Trimmed Hals at 1.75
NVe are selling—Ladies Trimmed Hat sat 2.00
NVe arc seIIing—CARPETS at 20 ccnts-
Wc are seIIing—CARPETS at 25 cents
NVc arc selling—lngrain Carpets at 30 cents
We ait selling—Brussels Carpels at *l.OO
NVe are selling—MEN'S SUITS at *5.00
In fact NVC are selling everything
usually kept in a large and well se
lected stock for less than any other
liouhc in Centre County.jj i£lt will
pay you to call and see for your
S. & A. LOEB.
50 per dz. an
jars $1.38 pe
DAV. I. BROWN,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
STOVEPIPE & TRIMMINGS,
SPOITiSG and i RUT CANS.
"Would respectfully inform the public that
he keeps on hand or makes to order
all kinds of Tinware, Ntovk
kixtures, th err CANS,
I? SPOUTING A SPECIALITY !S
always on hand.
Repairing done :it
short notice. Having
some ten years experience
In the business lie flatters him
self that his work is fully equal to
any in this section of the country. A
share of the public's patronage Is respect
fully soUeibvl. Shop, second floor of
foote's Store, Mlllliciin, Penn.
•INFANCY C ARDS all new stvies with name
A"!octs. postpaid. J. B. HUSTED. Nassau,
N. Y. 2S-4\v
MBR MM See this. Only *1.50 capital
cMi Sll SSK required to start canvassing
DU WR- A S TWAINS
J'ihn K. Hallow'ell, CANVASSERS
139 laist Eight St.. New York. 4w
The Black Hills.
By H. N. MAQCtKE, who has spent 12 years
in t his region. 1-atc.st accounts of Gold and
Silver prospects. Agricultural and Grazing
resources, Climate, Hunting, Fishing, Indi
ans, anil Settler's Adventures with them.
Mining and Wild Western Life, the Water
falls. Boiling Geysers, r.oAk Acinicry, im
mense Gorges, etc. With 27 tine must ra
il, ms. and one map. Price only IO cf
Sold by Ai.LNBWSDBALKits.or sent post-paid
for 12e. bv DONA ELL OYD & CO..
Pubs, Chicago, ILL. 4w
GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAR
Thoroufflily Cures Disease of Ihe
Skin, Beautifies the Complexion,
Prevents and remedies Rheumatism
and Gout, Heals bores and Abra
sions or ihe Cuticle and Counteracts
SOLD BY ALL ItRKiiSTS.
PRICES—2S Cents per Cake ; Box (3 Cakes)
N. B.—Sent by Mail, Prepaid, on receipt oi
N. C. CRITTENTON, Prop'r, 7 Sixth Avenue,
N. V. 4w
: J. ZELLEB & SON,
Xo. 6. BroekerhofT Kow,
! Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.
A Pull Stock of Goods of Suporior Quality always on Hand.
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE
SPONGES, 15 cents and upwards. A share of the public patron
age respectfully solicited.
PMBMI 1111 l
Believing it to be BY F-\R the best Pallor
and Orchestral Organ manufactured, wo
challenge any manufacturer to equal them.
The celebrated Tongue Heeds in tliis
organ in conjunction with the Perfected
Heed Boards produce sweet, pure ami pow
erful tones. Superb cases of newand elegant
designs. Ministers, teachers, churches -
schools, lodges, etc., should send for price'
list and discounts.
Dealers will And it to their advantage, to
exandne this instrument, t has tinprove
me,nts found in no other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
upon return of oygan and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Bcatty) both ways if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five days
Organ warranted for six years. Agents dis
count given every where have 110 agent
Agents wanted. Address,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Wastilngton, Mew Jersey, U. . A.
d2qt. Jars a
r dz.. 2 nt.iD.v
WAR ! AVAR ! AVAR!
In the great Dry Goods Battle in Lock
has come off viotoflinis on account of the
wonderful low prices at which Dry Goods
are sold at this old Hfnd reliable .'.tore.
The third immense stool; of D©t7 Good©,
CarpetN, &0.. for the Kprlng and Hunnner
trade is just being opened at prices below
any ever before known.
5(K0 yards all KH.K URO GRAIN HIDIKIN
beautiful shades, only 15 cts. per yard.
RfO new PARASOLS, SI'UFXO STYLES, com
mencing at 18 cts. a piece.
•Large Lot !U-.V>K KID GLOVES, all sizes
2.5 cts. a pair.
500 Packs PINS, at 3 cts. a paek.
1000 yards DItESS LINENS, ALL i-t ur LIN
EN, from 10 cts. a yard up.
3000 yards BEAUTIFUL SPRING StYLK
PRINTS, warranted fast colors at
"sc. sc. sc. sc. sc. s c, sc. sc. 6c. jer y.
200 Pair MENS' HALF HOSEat seta. a pr.
2(* Pair LADIES' lIOSE at C' i cts.
I-uge StfH-k beautiful ready made LA
DIES' SPRING SKIRTS, 37 fits.
Immense Stock ruady made IJNEN SUITS
ou LADIES, very cheap.
Our Stock of STRirED A PLAIN SILKS,
BRILLIANT!NFS, AI.l wo.n ( , 1)E BAISII
KS. & SUMMER DRESS GOODS,
Comprises aJKhe choicest styles in oudless
The largest and cheapest Mock of BANT
INGS, SHIKTINUI,TICKINGS, MC.SJ.ISS,TOWL
INOB, T AM.E LINENS, MENS" & BOYS' SI M
MEK WKAKA, ever brought to Lock Haven,
at the BKE HIVE JUM being ojs;ned thls
New Stock CARPET, Handsome INGSAIN
CARPET, only 28 cts. a yard. •
FLOOR On. CLOTH, 2 yards'wlde, only 75 c.
Large Stock of 3 PLY AND FINE CARPET
CUAIN and WINDOW CCKTINH, cheap.
Remerabsr the Groat
BEE HIVE DRY GOOD STORE.
85 MUX" STKEKT,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
GTWanted—sooo ft.. Good TUB
WASHED WOOL in exchange for
Dry Goods, for which the Highest
Cash Price will be paid.
THE PLACE TO BUY
Boot*, Shots, Gaiters, Slippers and
FOK SERING AND SUMMER IS AT
DKZ _A. IM: 3?' S !
For Ladies, Misses, and Children's
J?bench Kid Button and Laccd Shoes.
AMERICAN KID XSD BITTOX
'ualfskiu, Ki at aud Grain Leather
'Pegged aud Sewed Shoes.
Calf, Kip, DIPT aM Split Leather
Easts £nit Slices.
tlrent Bargaius for Cash
X'J OTJfEi: NEED A PPL A"
Lf K HAVEN', PENXA
Vital Weakness or Depression, a vvcak *x
liausted feeling, no energy or courHge; t'.ie
result of Mental Over-work, IndiscrelUny or
Excesses, or some Grain upon tho SVM -JU JS
always cured "by
Hrajfire.y's Specific JFO.
ft tones up and iR'. isrorates the system
dl.HjxUs the gloom a.\<t de.sopmtenev, linj.arls
strength and energy—stops the d'rdin and
rejuvenates tac entire man. Been used
twenty years w jth perfect success bv thous
ands. Sold by dealers. Pi ice, 41.n0 per sin
gto.vlal ;or Co.oo j.er jackage of five vials
and v.al of powder. Sent by mail on
receipt of price. Address Humphrey's
Homeopathic Medicine Company, NC Broad
wai\ New York. 51x131y.
RAND'S NEW YORK CITY BUSINESS
DIRECTORY FOR 1*77. The second
volume of this valuable iul inlisynsuble
work Jms just l>een issued by thfe I'ulilisb
ei-s. Messrs. Walter Hough A Co.. of ;> Park
Place, New York. No pains or expense
lifts been spared In the production of the
present volume, to Juake it complete aud
reliable. In typographical appearance and.
binding, certainly it is a fine specimen of
book making. It contains over one hund
red pages more matter than the last year's
volume, which lum added largely to the
cost of 4lie production of the work, and
compelled the Puldisliors to issue hereafter
only the full cloth bound edition at One
Dollar per copy, upon the receipt of which
sum Ihcy will forward the work to anvud
d-ress Pi the United states or Canada, by
mail, postage prepaid.
Health, Comfort 1
Cork Shavings are unsurpassed as an ar
ticle for Beds. Mattresses. They are ten
times as durable as Husks or Straw. Only.
G cents per lb. Forty pounds will till the
largest bed. For sale by ARMSTRONG, Bno.
& Co., 44 and 4G First Avenue, Pittsburgh.
t $2 00 per
e ~ J
|V b W J^/• V4L^9
AMI'S Water-V t j
juts' Aico rdctljfi c Cmtti-
Tlie most. pracUrai.
peril. aidugf at
iSjlj'K.-.l* milvelsu'A "• *■
1 KiniWlCflged. .-Wtlre
Mfrs.'w' Wheel* H. . k
Mae.hlnery Vt MocN'T HOLLY, N. J. it <l. .#■
' INSURANCE HEN ! TAKK .
New Englsnd Mutual Life las. J .
The oldest mutual ill the country. Char"*••''
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEN.
MAIS 1< K & W AKIIIK. CiMtnl /;•*
125 South FouiCh Street, Pbih.dclphi.i.
Daniel F. Beatty •
CAUTION.— The reputation hav pal !
av.it the celebrity of my Or govs, have -libb" •
el some unprincipled parties aim agi < -
to opp toy circulars, and misrepresent
instruments; against this the public
hereby caatimh 't. Ail uiy Organs hem ~ ■.
trude-mak, i.'oldeu Tuugue, and all my !
uos hru.v the word Pi •A J underlie'',
a;id also have in v nai:uSHM>raaEjB:-.i.d t
deuce, DANIEL F. BE ATTT, - Wash!ninn,
J M without xMilcli rumc i gentium.
DANIEL P. BEATTY,
Washington, X. J., U. S. > .
LIEE_ & HEALTH WITHGrV
IBLDFAHD EEDKSS < WL? ''.
• LIGUT INGW RBAIV
- - ■ •—I u'oa AGF:XTC
rile onlv book practically treating this no ,
iniiversatly alMorbitrg topic Hiiowslmv -
Upp.v Die and tells of nrvi y *•. •
cCKsful cures made by the use of thhr.umy
rni nii'iiiniu. Circulars and lapo. tens* i
early applicants. .!. M. STODDABT & tV. .
[ 723Clmmmit8t.. I hlia. „• v
George Fehi ;
All kinds of Wagons made 1
The best ami most tasting |arlororga
now in use. No other parlor organ has erer
attained i he same popularity.
It lias been tested bv thousands, many of
diem competent Judges, a id gtvks tiufvfcr-.*l
satisfaction to all.
The music is adapted to the human volif.
ranging from the softest flfcte-like note t. a
volume of sound unsurpassed by any instru
This Instrument has all the latest*lmprove
ments, and everv org.n is fully varnv;tH
for six years, Beautiful oil polish, Mack wa
nut panelled cases, which will not OJtXcK
or \N A UP, and forms, in addition to a wflVu
did instrument ol music, a beautiful piece of
This organ needs only to b? seen to bC jy
predated, and is sold at extremely low pr
unes for cash, Second-hand instrhm&fe*
Liken in exchange.
Agents wanted, male or female. In-ew ft
county in the United State© and Canada, s %
liberal discount made to teachers, ministei i
churches, schools, lodges, etc., where I h&v*
no agents. Illustrated catalogue and prK*
list free. Correspondence solicited. Age**
discount given where I have 110 agents. Be*
offer ever given now ready. Address,
DAM EL F. BE AUT,
"Washington, New Jersey, U.S. A.
WAYFEI) P v © enWfitM*
w n.i 1 Li/, U | en aut j women
Business that will Faf
from $4 to 4S per day. can lie pursued t*
your owu neighborhood, andls strictly hen
orabie. i axtlcnlare free, or samples wort h
several dollars that w ill enable you to gc b*
work at once, will be sent on receipt (ft fifty
Address LATH AM & CO,,
Box 419 Washington sc. Bost OlL Mars
A cliarice forall to ihakeorsavemonfey
AND GET THK DEST GOODS IN THE M llOv+'T .
TEAS, COFFEES, SC„
at lower prices than the same <srifft3e*
can be bought at any other house tii Ibis,
country. All goods guaranteed to be .satis,
faetoi-y and as represented, or the nbarev
wilj be refunded on return of the gdods
which may iie done at oar expense.
The if pdtalion of v>ur house for Veling
standard goods at Imu Pilces, (for
lias giveu us a standard in New York Clty
| and vicinity, that is not enjoyed bv uv~
I other house In the trade. After mature i
illwrjitlbu wo have determined b offer our
goods to housekeepcrsju the interior, at iiic
-1x) west TV hi desruP Trade Uriues, When a.
Club i formed la-.ge enough b makeaTrtuaU
c:v jwooji of eaeli member of thb clul
will lc pu*. In seperate iackages, uail murk
cd wiiu ua.uc atui co*t, * >as to avoid "con
fusion in distribution. ftoodsMill la- stmt by *-
fiApr V His to Collect on Delivery, All wishing -
to save money dy purchasln'g family sap--
plies at New \'irk M holesulf Prices ear talk,
tlic matter over among ft minis and uxMpi T
Ivirs, and send to us for Club Circular,-Urioe.
list, &f. AVy give a present of either goods,
or money to the person who gets hp tile elub,
| f<> compensate for trouble eet, Sauipk*© or *
TEA & COFFKE t;. mail. Sk'llff for -
Frlco-Hst, nd Club Circular. 4v.-
Sttner's Nev/ York & China Toa. .
M. H. MOSES, CO.,
T", 79. SI, Si and £6 YMKIIY Street N. Y.
nrFI.roANT CARDS all stvlo* v.'itb
6010 ct.--.. ixxst paid. J. B. liustwl, Nassn*t
Co., N. Y. 4 vv*
Best bargains in America.T /. Die Cj X 4- "
Vfaps and Catalogue free.L" Hitlinj MANCH.IL.
Dover, Del 4-v -
6 New ideces retails for 41.7"*.
sent for 10 ctB. ;vr,d stamp, cteap Musier
Co., Aiiddleboro, Moss. 4w
TIT" Li T|7"TT" T nia ' l rtnc wnrt '>•-•
it iJ IV XXjXj.lialf dozen of Hm
mast beautiful'hew Chromos, i:i French <h!
color, ever seen for *l.OO. They arc mount,
ed in SxlO black ccAmel and go'd mats, oval
opening and outsell anything iiowbeiore lias
public. Satisfaction guaranteed. Two sampl
es for 25 cents, or six for 50 cedts. Send KV
eents for grand Illustrated catalogue with
cliromo of Moonlight on the Rliiite. or 29
cents for two Landscapes ami Calla Li lies on
black ground. .T. LATHAM &OO.,4l9Wash
ington St.. Boston, Mass. Headquarters lor*
Chromos, Engravings and A WtDTUYB
Artworks. 23-Bni A i JillL.\Ci w
set spiral atucb, collax b
wedding ring, .uton, heavy nr..r, 11
pin. the aboCe ailV LS' Parisian diajmiili
bo CTO. have betev ies sent, pastel
runt stock ami \uc retailed for ft; mi. 1,
Hold Watches, %> *t be sold Siffif tS l"
, poses, good 1W each, for
1 a 42i)0 gemvlj ors. equal in V"
honesty, fai' ; b r o!d. "JIJ., >"
eqyale>d by , de ljng and liberality 1? .
i.Dc>r f ® ll y advertiser in tiiS cllv "
1 FtksY pbj& c ™ iik 187a
F, L orK^[6 M X'l TAKEN ASCWr
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