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fHK OLD KKTSTONR GOES DEMO
CD in A
THE EMFIBE STATB FOL
NEW JF.RSRY AM D MARYLAND
WHEEL INTO LINE.
MASSA CHUSETTS AND WTS
* ED MAJORITIES.
Philadelphia G ttr.t - t Democratic
On Tuesday the
carried the states of New York,
New Jersey, PENNSYLVANIA and
IT * "• h
•Maryland. In our own state
Democratic gains have been uni
form. excepting in a few eonwtics.
In Harrisburg which is the Fiend
Quarters of CAMEROXISH, the
Democrats made larger gains
proportionally, thaD anvwheie
else in the state.
The Democratic majority up to
1 o'clock, yesterday, was estimat
ed by the Associated Press at
12,000. The indications are that
Nbyci will lend the ticket very
PniLADKLpniA, November 7—l
P. M.—lt seems to he conceded that
majority will be at
leat 1.000. This settles the state
as Democratic beyond doubt.
Special to the Vat riot.
LOCK HAVEN, Pa., November
6.—Noyes'm ijnrify in L >ck Haven
870, a democratic gain of 140.
Schell's gain 23. Clinton cotintv
about 1000 majority; Noyes' major
ity about 1400.
NEW YORK, NOV. (5-miYmght.—
New York has gone democratic by
NEW Yo&K, Nov, o. legislature
Very close. Massachusetts republi
can by about 1*2,00 J. Wisconsin re
publican by ab ut 5,003.
Indications are that the republi
cans will retain control of the legis
lature —about the same as last year.
The Argus claims the state for the
democrats by 20,0*30 majority, and
probably democratic senate.
NEW JERSEY, NOV. 6 Partial
returns indicate the election oT M'-
Clellan, for governor, by 10.000,
Ip. 3t.—lndications are that M'-
CleUan will have about B.OCO major
The indications are that the state
has gone democratic by 30,000.
„ Baltimore gives 23,000.
BOSTON', Mass.. Nov. 6.—Foot
ings of 158 towns? Rice leads Gas
ton 8.332 and is probably elected by
Returns of 180 townships show
Bice leads Gaston 8,332 votes, being
a gain of 165 fr Rice. The Herald
concedes Bice's election by at least
MILWAUKEE, Wis., Nov. 6
This cltv, except five precincts,
gives 83 majority for Smith, Repub
lican. Ninety eight towns and
Wards give Smith T) majority? re
publican gain of 700.
The Indications are that the state
lias gone republican by about 5,000.
VdorheeS Morton's Successor.
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. Nov. 6 —A
delegation arrived here this evening
bearing a commission from Gov.
Williams, appo'nted V. W. Vor-
Jtees to All the vacancy in the United
States senate occasioned by Senator
We will give the official vote of
Centre County fieit week.
TEMUSSER HUNTING COMPA
NY seriously think of taking out a
Charter of Incorporation. They te
turned on Saturday evening just in
time for the Democratic meeting,
with four fine deer, weighing in the
aggregate, 540 pounds of dressed
venison. Pierce shot four and the
rest of the company jointly shot tne
other one. We expect to see Pierce
walking around in Bellefonte. proud
aa a peacock, with three deer hides
aud three pairs of magnificent ant-
It* hanging around - his person as
tmnhies. If We had shot three de
we would do that very thing, just to
miliie common people road. Pierce
haa the good judgment to shoot a
fine venison roast—large in size and
delicious in flavor for our Special nse
anil behoof. Old Dan, too, sent us a
good, nice biece. May the laird
abundantly bless Ujem for.'.enaejpber
jUg the poor Going again ?
The March of improvement*
The lnveoUoftt anl improvements that
bavv bwn made during the preaeut own
tnry In thl ootmtry an well <w lti all parte
of the world will remain for all that a
marked epoch In the world'i history.
Nearlv all of the inventions and Import
ant improvements that now save tho la.
lor 01 millions of hands, that now makes
a Journov around tho world H mere plea
sure trip", that annihilates space, that re
cords ou Its mirror the evouts of every
day life, are almost wholly the result of
human intellect of tho nineteenth century.
Whon we look back upon what' has been
accomplished, we suuo in aiuacoiueut at
the rapid and gigantic strides that have
been taken lit ail directions to enlighten
and benefit tho world. Not only nrvo
great agents been discovered ot hotter
utilized, but the minor and Indispensable
details of every-dav*llfe haVabutn sfihpll
fied,o that our mpthers, our wives, our
sisters and our daugters are not bound to
that household slavery tlmt made them
carry the real burdens of domestic life.
Now" scarcely a day passes but sortie new
and valuable Invention Is added to the
endless list of articles to lighten the labor
of the household.
So tkr, Uiere has been no Invention that
has supplied so greatti want in every fam
ily as the sewing machine. With tho in
troduction of this genuine labor-saving ap
paratus, oue of the greatest drudges of the
household has been dono away, and tho
work of furnishing the family garments
with its tireless needlo lias become a pleas
ure and a pastime.
It would oe useless to nttefhpt toenftine
rate the many Improvements that have
been made In sea-lug machines, but among
the almost countless makers aud stt les,
none have stood the test of public triul
and criticism !>etter or cveu as well as the
Victor Sewing Machine, now in use tu eve
ry clluie, at home abroad. Being tho orig
inal pioneer from the very start, under the
name of the Flnkle and I.yon, the maim
fact ure A have kept mice with the liiareh
of Inipi-oveinent. ana have made such ult
crattens and adjustiueuis as time and the
severest trials have shown to be for the
best, uutil it now stands the acme of ex
cellence, iu finish, durability aud all that
makes a sewing machine desirable. The
manufacturers, to meet the times, have
placed their best maehlue within the reuch
of every family of whatever condition In
life, thus benefiting the millions of this
day a"Ud generation as well as future gen
eral lonfc to come. See Imndsoui e and at
tractive advertisement which appears in
our columns to day for particulars.
lb.o. NEW YORK. ISTS
As the time approaches for the ronewal
Of tfubscriptlona, THE SUN would remind
Its friend* u:*l wellwihers everywhere,
that it I* again a candidate for their oon-
Mdvnttion and Support. Upon its record
for the pn>l ten years it relics for a con
tinuance of the hearty sympathy and gen.
emus co-operktion which have hitherto
been extended to it from every quarter of
The Dally Ran is a four page-sheet of
28 columns, price by mail, post paid, 55
cents a month, or $s per vear.
The Sunday edition of THR Srv Is an
eight-page sheet of 58 eolftinn.s. While giv
ing the news of the day, it also co ltains a
large amount of literary and miscellan
eous matter specially prepared for it
Tag #UNPAY SUN has met with great suc
cess. Post paid $1.20
Use Weekly San.
Who does not know THK WKKKLT Sen?
It elrouiaio* throughout the United States,
ihc Canada* l , and leyond. Ninety thou
sand families greet its welcome pages
weekly, and regard it in the light of guide,
counsellor, and friend. Itsnews, editorial
agricultural, and literary departments
make it essen tially a 'ournal for the fam
ly aad the fireside. Terms: One Dollar a
year, post paid. This price, puality con
sidered. makes K- the cheapest newspaper
published, For clubs of ten. with Shicash,
we will send an extra copv free. Address
PUBLlSlIlilts u* TUB SUX, New York
SPRING MILLS ITSMS,
Samuel Crawford's house caught
Ore on the second floor, and had it
not been for timely aid. no doubt the
result Wouf-l have been a rotal htnn
i,u /up Of the house. Cause — hnper
Capt. Hasw.ptag is just unpack
ing his new stock ol goods just
brought from the city.
Supervisor ilarter commenced
work on the new road to the Depot.
The bridge will also be under con
tract soon. lie, also repaired the
bridge at Krumrine's drtiich
should have been done long' ago,
however it was not the fault of the
Supervisors but of the parties fur
nishing the material.
Hollow Eve has come and gone,
and the lads and young men with
ther nolished side whiskers went
around town throwing over rtoxes,
wagons, and destroying cabbage,
Ac. The boys should be Corrected
by the law.
As Wni. Homan was about leav
ing town on Saturday he accidentally
broke his buggy. No other serious
Mrs. Bell has opened a new Milli
nery and Fancy GoMs store, which
is an other improvement. What
REBERSBUR G- FRAGMENTS.
Election dav passed off verv quiet
ly as inn il. and the T)*moolitic ma
jority will be about 22-5 in Miles.
What do you think of a sermon
preached iii one of our churches
few weeks ago. in which the Rev.
speaker took the position that moral
ity artit Christianity were entirely
distin-t arid different qualities ?
Our farms will be improved at
least tweotv-five per cent., judging
from t'ie number of lim" 1 kilns erect
ed luring the list few m viths—eve
ry second farm is having one.
Humor has it that the Reformed
Church is to he delimited on Christ
-1 mas—a verv suitable time.
The Quarterly Conference of the
Evangelical Association was held
here ov-r last The Presid
ing R'der M. J. Carothers,
was not able to be present. but his
place was ably filled bv Rev. C. F.
Deininger* of your place.
I Building Association meets in reg
i ular monthly meeting next Monday
evening, ilave your spondoolic's
Mrs. Ronsh has opened up a new
; Millinery Shop in North Street;
I All kinds!of Hats.. Bonnets, Itat
, Frames, Ribbons, Flowers, Feath
: ers. all ki. ds of Velveteen and other
Trimmings, neat and cheap. Give
her a call. tf.
! Remember that the sign of the
Big Eagle, Alleghany St., Bellefonte,
is die place where Newman sells
Beaver evercoats as low as $7, genu
ine all wool fur Beavers, $lO, Chin
chillas. $5. Overcoats for $3.
Suits from $5 upward. Flats tor
75eents. Underwear, 25 cents.
Everything from an overcoat down
to a necktie at liottom prices. Call
Mr. John 11. Musser writes us
from Jamestown, New York, that
lie expects to be home on Thursday,
to-day with a car load of calves.
He says he is bringing the best stock
ever seen in C'/entre county—Dur
bains, Shorthorns and Hereford*.
He writes, '* Wo will have some 15
or2o bulls, lit slzos aud colors to
suit all.'' *
If von wish to aee a stock of goods
fulllo repletion and selling at tho
very lowest prices, go to .Boytr't at
Chestnuts were down to $2 a bush
el at Lewishunr, last w >ek. Large
quantities are shipped from Centre
county to eastern cities.
GIVEN AWAY—A PREMIUM
i Stkkl Fnoravino.— Every reader
.of this paper can get It. See adver
tisement iu another column.
* ■ ■
Prof. J. 11. Feehrer is here this
week brushing up the liaiul. The
Professor never looked lietter and i s
in the best possible musical humor.
■ ■ ■ ■■ ■
Immense quantities of goods are
sold at Hover's just now, and the
reason must be plain to ; 11 —first
class goods, low prices and obliging
Squire Keifsnyder has removed his
office to bis residence—first floor —oil
the hill. It makes things handy for
, the squire bu*. very unhandy for per
• sons who have much ' swearing" to
——_ —- i .. .
Just received at the Journal Hook
Store, Diaries for 1878. Mottoes,
Gold and Silver Riper, Pocket Ink
Stands. Ornamental Flowers for
Splint Baskets, &c.,fcc.
j >VS. N. H. Bell has |>ened a Mil
linery, Fancy Goods and Dress Mak
iug establishment at Spring Mills.
She promises to sell and work cheap
ly and if so should bo encouraged.
Give her a call and see lor yourself.
People were beginning.to fear that
Old Winter would slight us altogeth
er this year; but on Saturday tho
. Grim Old Fellow gave notice that lie
!is about and may call to stav any
; day of the week. Let us prepare to
give him a warm reception.
Having obtained special rates on
COAL OIL to Coburn Station WE are
now prepared to set) by the barrel 1 to
dealers fit the Stdme price they would
be chatged either at Sunburyor Wil
tf - SMITH A Co.
New recoro'iberrdatiobs freighted
with praise and entire satisfaction,
are constantly being tendered to
Daniel F. Beatty, Esq., proprietor
aud manufacturer of instruments of
fare merit, known as the Beatty
Golden Tongue Organs. Advertise
With a cake of GLENN'S SUL
PHUR SOAP ami a commodious bath
tub, the victim of chronic cutaneous
eruptions can improvise a sulphur
bath, winch no professed bathing
establishment can supply. Sold at
Druggis's. Hill's hair & Whisker
Bye, black or brown, 60 ets.
Senator Blaine's daughter recently
shot herself b.'accident with a Pistol,
the ball entering the forehead be
tween the eyes, where it still lodges.
She is sixteen years of age and will
hardly recover. The shock affects
the Senator very much. 1 .oaded
piste Is aie rather oangerdus play
tilings for young la lies.
The Young Wen's Christian Asso.
cialionof the Ulii district, composed
of Union; Lveou 4 .lng, Clinton and
Cameron counties, will meet in con
vention at Hartleton or Friday even
ing, Nov. #th. and adjourn on the
llth. S. A. T AGO ART. State Secre
tary, and other experienced workers,
are expected to be present.
Tli* oth' r Saturday night certain
persons who had not the tear of God
ix'fore their eyes, entered Elk Creek
school ho se, and judging from the
appearance of things on Sunday
morning, had a time at playing
cards. They also done some, pretty
filching in i)itp*r, i>ens ifce. We hope
their consciences may worry them
until they quit such dirty work aud
v . It is a tart Fact FACT.
That Boyer! Boyer!! Boyer !! !
Has his prices D r c n, Down, DOWN
lie sells Chean! (Cheaper ! Cheapest !1!
While his Goods are
(rood, Better, BEST,
His prices are Low ! Lower ! !
Lowest !! !
Mens' TTeavv Stogi Boots, only $2.25
Women's All L isting Gaiters, only
- ♦ *
Accident. Oil Friday last Mr.
It. B. Haft man had just started with
a load of lriachincrv for Sugar Valley
when he met with a painful accident
at Wm. Miller's barn. North Street.
Just as lie was reaching out to .take
hold of the lock lever, one of the
front wheels detached from the wag
on and Mr. Hart roan fell out upon
the road so severely as to break his
collar bone. We are glad to hear
however that he is getting along as
well%s can be expected under the
The schools of Haines township
opened 011 Monday. Oct. 22nd. Sal
aries naid, from $27 to $85.30. The
following is a list of the teachers and
Primary—Julia A. Wolf.
Intermediate —1. H. lt<te.
Advanced—Tl. E. Weirick.
Wolf's—A. N. ItunkJe.
Vanadate —Z. D. Thomas.
Wotidward—ll. G. Miller.
Pine Creek—J. M. Stover.
And what do rou think our worthy
president does ? Why he don't Hp
point the mln that fa ''unanimously
reftommended/' the least hit, but
takes quite another chap whom no
body recommends, and who has only
such a common place name as John
Welsh and no titles at all. Well
that is too had—indeed it is. But
he acts still meaner with us—goes to
v ork and takes up our butchering
flay for a national thauktffciving, just
to disarrange our butchering arrange
ment#. He is so mad at the JOUR
NAL that he can't pronounce himself,
and now tries to vent his spleen in
sutfh a small way. Well, it is some
satisfaction to Know that the JOUR
NAL can get aloiig without his Ex
cellency fully as wel! as his Excellen
cy cau without the Journal.
On the 16th oT Oct. 1877. at the residence
of the bride, by .Rev. George P. Hartzell,
Mr Benjamin Relsh to Miss Fannie MlUer,
all of Jacksonville, Centre Co., Pa.
At the parsonage. Loeansvtlle Oct.. 28.
1877, bv Rev. R. Young, Mr. Harvy Shook
and Miss hncv both of Sugar
Ret. <. W. Booye win preach In the M.
K. Church, neat Sunday evening.
Quarterly meeting of the member* of
the Evangelical A"woclathm at Woodward,
next Saturday and Sunday. Itev. M. J.
C.u other*, t. E., la exported to bo present.
German Service* In the Lutheran
Church. Aaronaburff. neat Sunday morning,
Kev. J. Iviulinsou, i'aalor-
Lodgs awrd rtooiaty Directory.
The MMlhMm Cornet Band will meet In
the Town Hall ou Monday aud Thuraday
I'rovUlence Grange No. 817 I*. of 11.,
meet* In Altxaudern t>lock on the shad Sa
turday of each month ut r. **. and on
the 4th Saturday of each month at I>, r. u.
j The Irving Literary lunitut* uuocu in
! the ToWr ilall, ou the U*t Friday evening
I of oaob menlb, until ottmrwieu ordered.
I The Mtllheim It ft L AociuUcu tuoote
in the To* n Hall, ou llie evening of the
■ second Monday ot each month.
Millhdlui Council No. WW, O. U. A. M.
uieeta everv Saturday at 8 o'clock, e. u., In
their Council 3t6dm, Wllt'e Budding. Ie
gree Meeting* will be hvl*' ou Tuceduy ou
or before the full moon of each month.
C. H. HELD Sec U. K. MILLER. C.
L. C. 4k N. C. MAI itOAD
Kxtesuom or mi t-i kb to HP KING MILLS.
On and offer Monday, August 13 th, 1877.
trains in this rood uill run daily, (eaeejd
£urMtav> a foUvxcs :
WERT WARD EASTWARD
1 BTATIOXB. ~1 4 if
J'. M. \~A~M~ A.M. __________ A. Jf AM.P. K
6.101 O.JO 7.0U Montandon, mr. 6.60 vr. k.W> or. 6 DO
ar. t:L 10.00 7.16 ijnciMmry. dL3S B.*iu 5.45
10.06 7.3U tair Ground, B+4 ' 5 ffl
10.14 7 2* Hie hi. H 36 5 .^q
10. 21 7 3- Virlzshur?, s%}' 5.13
10 37 7.4-6 MitMnhury, Brl9 ' 5.00
lo,5" ar. 8.00 Miiirvont, g.05 4 4u
U.lo Llurrilon. x 4JO
1. IW Cbfrum, ' 2.45
ar 1 C* b-prtng Mills. 2.1
P. it P M. \~A~M~ a>, u. A M. P. if.
FOB. 1 d 2 connect nt Mimtandon vith
Erie Hail west on the Philadelphia A Erie
Hall Road. ,
yos. 3 <* 4 irif* r icittc Express east,
yos. ft A 6 with Ptist Lin ♦ west.
An Omnibus will run beltctcn Vwidrurg
and M mtandon, to convey passengers to
and from Niagara Kinress west and Pap
Express east, on the Philadelphia A and
Erte. Hail Hood.
The reoular Hail Hood Tickets will be
honored between these (no points.
p*\\l Will itil ilv
PHI LAD LP HI A A ERIK R. R Dl vi
SCMMBB TIME TABL*.
On anl after Sunday, May \ Mh, 1877, the
Trains on the Philadelphia and Erie Hail
Road Division will run as follows:
Erie Hail leaves AVi e lor*, B.2ft p. m.
" " Philadelphia li.fiS p.m.
44 44 " Baltimore 9.10 p. m.
44 44 " liarrisburg I.2ft a.m.
" * 44 Bunbury 6.3>>a. p\.
. M-mtandon B.ft" c. th.
'• *• •' WtUlam%p>rt A3fta. m.
" •• " Lock Haven 9 40 a. m.
" " art. at Erie 7.3 ft p. in.
Sicgara Ex. leaves PhV.adetpbfa 7.20 a. m.
•• •' •• Harr(sharp 10.50 a. m.
V V Sunburn 12.40 p. m.
V " '• Hontandon 105 p. in.
" " arr. at Wllllam*j>ort2.'li) p. m.
" " ** Is>ck Haven 3.2 ft p. tn.
" *• •' Kane... 9.311 p. m.
/hist Line leaves yew York- B.2ft a. m.
44 44 Philadelphia 11.* a. w. <
" ,v •• BVlintort 11.3 ft a. m.
•' •• " Harrixburg 3.20 p.m.
" •• " Sunburn 5.40;. m.
Hontaiidon C.lft p. in.
44 •• WiUlairwport 7.30 p. m.
•* *• arr. at l/>ck Haxrn 8.40 p.m.
PaciSc Ex. leaves Jxu-k Hart* 8.30 p. wi.
" *• William sport 744 a. tn.
44 '! J* Montandon 9.08 a. m.
4i 14 " Bunbury 9.*V> a. m.
•• " arr.at Harrisburg U.ftft a. tn,
44 " •* Baltimore 8.10 p.m.
" 44 " Philadelphia 34ftp.m.
" •• • yew Yo.'k fi.4ft p. m.
Day Ex. leaves Kane 0.00 a. m.
" •• " Lock Haven 11.20 a.m.
" " " WiUiumsrpott 12.40 a. in.
44 44 44 Montandon 1.47 p. m.
44 44 44 Bunbury 2.lft p. m.
J 4 44 arr. at Harrlshurp 4.10 p.m.
44 •; 44 Philadelphia 7.30 p. m
44 44 yew York 10.1 ft p. Nt;
44 44 44 Baltimore 7.3 ft p. tn
-44 44 44 Washington 9.07 jj. m-
Erie Mail leaves Erie 11.00 a. m
-44 44 44 Lock ffaven 9. 44 p. m
-44 44 44 Williamsport 1105 p. m
44 44 44 A tont and on ltll p. m.
44 44 , 44 Bunhury 12.44 a-m.
44 4 : arr. atJlarrlshutg '2.45 a.m.
44 41 44 BaUimork 7.44 a. m.
44 44 44 Phil'ulelpMa 7.00 a.m.
44 44 44 yew York 10.05 a. m.
Fast Line leaves Williamsport 12.3% a. m.
4 * * 4 , 4 . 4 Bunbury 2-0> a. m.
44 arr. a(//arn'*ftur<7 4.00 a. m.
44 44 44 Baltimore 7.44 a. m.
44 44 44 Philadelphia 7th a.m.
44 44 A'eic I'orc 10.26 a.m..
Erte Mall Went. Niagara Ex. West, Lock
Haven Ac com. Went and Day Express East
make close connection at yorthumberlnr-a
with L. A B. R. R. trains for Wilkesharre
and Be ran ton. >
Erie Mail East and Went connect at Era
with Irai'nj on L. B. A If. B. R. R., pt (Xry
with O. C. A A- V. R. R. at Emporium with
B- y. Y. AP. R R, and at Driftwood with
Parlor Care will runhetween Philadelphia
arid Williamsport on Niagara Express Went
Pacidc Express East and Dap Express East.
Sleeping Oarn oh aU night trains.
WM. A. BALD WIS, mtn'l Bup't.
TEGAL NOTlCE.—Notice in hereby given
J that application will be jnade unler
the provision of thfe ?ct of Assembly of th*
Common wealth of PennsylvMrca, entitled
'•AH Act to provide for the Incorporation
and regulation of certain corporations" ap
proved Apt 11 29th. 1874, for a charter of an
intended corporation to be called "The bt.
John's Kvangcltcal Lutheran Church, at
MJ'dhetnu"the and object of which
corporation Is to encage In the worship of
Almighty God according to the feith and
discipline of the Evangelical Lutheran
Church of the State ot Pennsylvania—and
for this end. to possess and enloy all the
rights, privileges and benefits or a corpora
tion. Application fsr the approval of tl
charter will be made before his honnf, J.
H. Orvls, at Cham hers, on Saturday the Ist
day of December, 1877
Ij nientury on tlie estate of Michael
Fiedler, detruded, late of Mile* township,
having heon granted to the undersigned,
he all persona knowing them
selves Indebted to said estate to make Im
mediate payment, and those having claims
against tWaanto to present them duly.an
thentloatad, according to law, for settle
P. T. MUMER,
EXECUTORS NOTlCE.— Letuirs testa^
imentary on the estate of Jacob Hartrr,
late of Peun Township, deceased; having
been granted to the undersigned, all per,
son* knowing themselves Indebted to said
estate are requested to make Immediate
payment of the same; and those having
claims against the same, to present tuem
duly authenticated for settlemen*.
J. H. KfiraNTDKB,
Millhelm, Oct. 23. 1877- 4&-6t
H tflhetm Market.
Wheat 1 49
Rye..... 3 5
Tallow , I
Soap ; f
Dried Apples , 9
Dried Peaches ,
Dried Cherries <>
On the 22nd nit., In Potter Twp„ Mary
£.. Wife of Joiiaibtiu Uoycr, Aged Si years,
V month!* aud V days.
IS aid for Htduccd Price List of
MASON & HAMLIN
NEW ANDSI'LE?NDIDfttYLIES tPRft'PS
RKDUCKI) OU#SU KAtTI.TNIS MONTH.
(Nov. 1*77). Add****. MASON & HAM
LIN oI(£AN CO., Boston, Now York oa
Chirac**, % 4lx4w.
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I .U..!.< pjllrl l 111 IhtiUKMIIIIM <ll HUM, IiAM la.t II u.
out* io miM it tiiuwu *>> iin iil.iw. A.ii •
•tii by niiffft' iiiroiioinhuman .utw.iif.l will.
tiwa Ui ail wno <l|i.i.i * K,t ui* if. ||'V ill <jtlu.in,KrHi .
b.W••iiiiii'ar.l.ol'owi r'.l*i>k.i*nwiiui<.r,.N. t.
J. P. BKPHART. D. A*. HtSKSR
GEPHART & MUSSER
Urnla, • ,
Hlfheet market price paid for all kladsof
Delivered either at the BRICK MILL or at
the old MUSSKR MILL, !o MILLHEIM.
COAXj, PLASTER 4& SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that de- !
A share of the public patronage respectfully
ff!-X . -1 l
zT m mlk F W Mavmoth otrrriT To Eva
■P K PR. Pa KTimtvv. Mem winder watch
||| rLZ | Qfree with first order. Ten DoL
lavs a day guaranteed. M.
f'HOXEr.H A CM. l'nu.AXeLPui.v, Pa., or
MILWALKKg. WISOONSIK. % 42-4w
A MAI OF A THOUSAND;
AO >N.St M PTIV KCO Kfcl>.-W!,ei. death
was nourly ox|K*oted froniOiNM'Mrrion
ail remedies luvliii( failed.and l>r. H. iaires
was experimenting, lie accidCulislly tn.ule a
pieparaliun of lnahtn Hemp Which cured
Ms onlv child, and now givmthis recipe Tree
on receipt of two stamps tn pay expense*.
Hemp also cures night-.sweats, nausea at the
stomach, and will breaks fresh cold iu twen
ty four hours. Address.
CKADDOCK & CO.,
1 Kace street, i'hiiadeiphia, naming this
A' AWrnDTl'o The only combination of tue
truD .lauaicu (ilnser with
choice Ar>>iuatics Frencli
r I ness ana nrosTrsKon of the
Tlf4 l Tp 1 nervous forces.lnabillty to
Jilinulofl sleep, coldness of the ex
tremities and cr,
culsihhi, is grate fill ttooii to
. . ' sufleilug humanity at once
IrlNir! R soothing, stiengthentng aud ;
UlilU! IU refreshing. A*k for
FANTOKD'S .IAM AICA CiINUKK. 42-4w
Those wishing Relief and Cure for Kup
ture slionTl consult l>r. J. A. dHKKMAN,
2T* Broadway, New York,
Send for lif* new took, with Photographic
likenesses* ofbadc-uat liefore andafter cure.
Beware ofclurats who pretend tolurnishUr.
re of these fellows, a gertnan c!*t3c". dow
calling himself I)r. W. ti. C rem Plea. Is indict
ed on complaint of Dr. S. and awaits trial
lor forgery and embezzlement. 34-4w
A 16?, ITIVK cr* HK
Thousand* have been cured by DR. GOL
btMHKKO's InhAi.ATtOJ*. who were tnouour.c
ed Incurable bv phys(irliiuBaild friends. ,i*a
tlents lying at a distance desiring to avail
themselves of the advice of Dk. UOLDEMIZKO
can write their name and post-oftlce address
and forwahl to DR. OOtnßNnKuo. 916 Arch
Street, Philadelphia, dr)icn he will return
them a list of printed que*!ions, the answers
to which will enable hiin to determine thl
nature of their disease* and the piobabllity
of cure. He will forward to any address,
his paper or book, giving full desciipttiui9 ot
the uiseascs he treats, etc.
2119 Ml. Vernon St., Phila., Oct., 3d, 1877.
I have used Dr. (Joldeiilierg's Inhalation
for fSltdrrh. Bronchitis, and Asthma, and am
entire!v cured. A N NIE NEAL.
1 RADICAL CI' HE FOR ALL DISEASES
AND URINARY ORGANS.
sending two ounces .of urine, ex
prcwaK* paid, can have a chemical Analysis
made, and an op'ttfon rendered regarding
the. nature of their dlsau*e, etc.. free ui
Consultations and examinations rftax.
Send for lescrlpfive Paper to
l>r. tioi.DF.a iikro'S Pkixcipai.offkh,
016 Arch Street Philadelphia 42-4w
IN LEWISBUR IC ALL AT
Market Street, near Third,
Where you Will find a full 11 nd of
MILLINERY - GOODS,
Consisting of laAdles, illlesee and (hi
drens list* snd UonneU, trimmed
aud untrlmmed. Tile largest assortment ot
miles' re<fs Trimmings, Hosiery
Go ves. Hair Gocds, Jeuery and
FURS, FI'RS, FIRS.
The beet assortment west of Philadelphia
all at the lowest prices.
Btaok Walnut Motto Frames at
Country Produce taker* **■ ICxchavge.
BOOTS -SHOES- BOOTS
I. D. BOYEE
Kaauddod a Boot A Shoe Store to his otherwise large
stock of General Merchandise. None but
Watsontotfn & Williamsport
BOOTS & SHOES
■old at this establishment.
Here ytm will find the largest stook of Boots A ShoaS
between Mifflinburg and Bellefonte. All Gk>ods guaran
teed or mi ey given back.
You will find here anjfthiiig froM the prettiest
little Baby hoe to Ladies' finest Gaiters. Go and
Examine the Largest Stock of BOOTS and 51)3
in this prt o? tn e country.
Men's Heavy Stoga Boots, $2.25
Women's All Lasting Gaiters, 95 cts.
X, DD- boyer,
AAROITSBURO-, CEN"TRE, CO PA.
"COM bines klore attractions than anvother."-DAer (Pa.) Times
tar CHEAPEST A!tD BEST! -
FULL-SIZE PAPER /
— t —— V.
Mir A SUPPLEMEST will be given in every number for 1871. contininj a JU'lsiie pa
per pattern tor * Udy' tor child's dress. Every subscriber and receive, during the yt*r,
welwoi these patterns, so th*t these utone wiUbe woiV, more thsnUjssubscription price.-**
♦ dtd' •
"rttEWKW'B A? AO a ro<*" containsu erttj yc*r. XTCO pages. HMfel ft , *sr*L J2 _ J ro ' or . e<l H*".
lln i.atloi iih, 12 bianmioth colored fanhlon ]>latc. 24 pajes ot aud 904* Wood cuts. Its
unmen-e clicu.atitin i-nabht Its proprietor to spend mors tnotiey on embelliidimeuts, sto
ilea, &c.. &c. than auv- ptber. Itgires more/or the money t/ian any in tho world. Its
tHRILLIHS TALES AUD HQTELSIfES
Arc tle beat published anywhere. All the most popular writers are employed to oriO
inuUa for "Peterson." In ISTtJ, In addition to 4be usual quality of short stories F. VhOitH**
INAL COPY lilt. tIT NOVEhiTTTI'IS will be given, by Mrs. Ann tt. fUeplien-, Wauk Lee
Buinlict, Mrs. F. 11. Burnett, and others.
Mammoth Colored Fashion Plates
in short, everything Interestldg to ladlm. ,
y. b. —As the publishers now pre pay the postage to a U mait nn%er ibert, "Pe'ereo*" it
CHEAPER TRJLX E VER; in fact is THE CMEATKST in TUB WOMUJ.
:TEEXB (UWJ in 1 TEA 4. ,
2 Cothes for I&.60 i With a copy of the premium picture (24 * 20) "TH* AsoaiS o
S 44 480 } ('mueTMAS," a/lte dollar engraving to the person getting up
4 Copiee for *>. Bo ) Within 'itra copy of the Msgarlne for 1871, as a premium, to
5 •' 4 p.wO } the person getting up the duU
6 Copim for 9.60 L W'uh both an extra copy of tiie Magazine for lf7B. and the pre
g ?• 1100 f mlum picture, ajlue dollar engraving, to tbm per*>n getting up
u- •• i l u,.u. ....
CHARLEb J. PETERSON,
1-8 Chestuut sC, Philadelphia, Fa.
*p"Speci:nen sent gratis, if written for.
nTTUOatid Kevoivei* Illustrated Price IdSt
IIU AO free. Great Wsslern uun Works,
Plttoburg, Pa. 88-4 w
P ALABGR MIXED CARDS wjthpianie. In
hQcase. 13e. 25 without case, jc. ncw
<srds 101, uiflt* lie. P. WASH
BUR C-, 41 IddA boro., Mass. 42-4w
K i eUTi S2KaffWBS-i..
•ud Our Father'* House
Wo books ever published .have ret^ived
such unlveraaj approval from the I rese.
Ministers and Icsdipg men everywhere.
The choice reading, fine steel engravings,
and superb bindings, make them welcome
In every home. One sam;>te sells all. Bend
for terms. Benin a paving business at once.
J. C. XeiTRUT A CO., PIULADW-FHIA.
PA- 42 ~ 4TV
AGENTS tTANTED IMedals and Olplomxs
tor HOLM AN n T>o
A. J. HOLM AN it CO M SI3O AItCH dtrcet,
#|||| Mru Harvest for Agents. We
Ka. 11l I ■send free, our new 40 page lI
IIUL Illustrated Jewelry aud Watch
catalogue, with Instructions
how to make money. Address, M. CRON KC.II
a Co., Phil*., Fa., or Milwaukee, Wis. 3*-w
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
m ILLUSTRATED HISTORY
THE GREAT RIOTS
a contain* u iuu account w#
reign of terror tu Pittsburg, .Haiti,
more, Chicago and other Cities The con
flicts between the Troops and the mob. Ter
rible con flag rat ions and destruction ef pro
perty. Thrilling scenes and incidents, etc.,
qtc. beud for full dose riptton of the work
aud our extra terra* to Agents. Address,
Xatiokal Pomjsbim* Co., Philadelphia Pa.
FdR PARTICULARS, XDDKESW
f ILSON SSIIN'I MhGHINE CO.
829 Broadway, New York City:
Chicago 111.; New Orleans, La.; ,
40-4w. or Sap Francisco, Cal
CROSS THC * CRESCENT.
The thrilling History of Rose and Tk*k
for .Kin years-..A, Bloodslaed
and Fanaticism, the strife for wnrer and
creed. By the popular historian. 2>r. A./.
Brofikett. Describes their peculiar Rail
gfonS, Hoclsl, and rpirtlcnl customs. I
tii clr Rulers and dhral, cause* of this;
war, weighty Interests at stake, etc. 600 pp.
Rich. UP*. On y 40.50
OUR BIBI.KB have 2000 Ill's, and. far ex
cel all others n quality and qutek aula.
I PriceejuM reduced 25 per cent. ! I ! bena
I for full particulars, / , _
| Tn T *ARn Pnb?.. Vhllsdelphl^r*
Bnew8 new vocal A .i.ew insm:BtenDl pieces
M.eet k|ii*ic. He. sllvei or *4p. Music Ptib.
Co., kitddicLoio, Mass. 42-4w
KOCH & STROUSE'S,
Maiket Street I,ewibiirg, IV
la the H utd Quartan for
Ready Made Clothing.
A larger stock cud be found In Mir store
than la any other la ißloa'counly, and ou
price* are Iron
15 to 40 per cent lower
than those of other s'ores. Iriy person lri
need of clothing will satr from a day'a to a
week's waged by calling at the
PHILAD3LPHIA CiO'THIM HAL,
opposite Lewlthurg National Bank,
re AffifVPIAJIO,. ORfIAJf best, SET
11 I Look ! startling 1 See ! Organs
13 stop* OVj. Pianos ouly *tij. cost *>><). Clr
Free. Daniel F. Beatty,,Washington, N. J'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALEfi IN
Choice Brands of Tobacco
SMOKERS' ARTICLES, ETC.,
AlGotfs filer-*- -
' A VUF<FFJA<| JC it!
The not pHtet ilttf, *
He. *ud eilccyve. 1
potior HiJf.uiiaKS n *
irate Is untv*r*eW<
' Mfr*. <>t Unoela .at* .
Machinery, MOONT HOI.LT, N. J. I r
wia nu/act u ring rioh U.
IWBINMiT Y * K<i !ii>rf-.
: —FOB TB—
New Knalani Mutual Lifs las.l
The vUcM mutual Jn the rouutryvvfM'"
, jUberal, TERMS arvE^
MAR TO> A Y IV Y1 :Y. ( ci f !•! f • <
1?3 Aniith Fourth Mveet, Philadelphia.
mj /jMßji ¥ jiv*
i smiSßm oom
n n I*:?/iT, ;
■ mdmm W*UV> eh*l
.St. ■> JI i ,ti slua L-Oiut UtlOil. hfAVv ,
weddln-l*:. and gecl*' Parish n '
above artlol* sent, postjuiwb
00 CTh. inveueeu retailed f<r 10. •*'•
rupt stock and must Ami "*<44* *V'' l 4
<o!d Watches, ill) each. for*peciuv*'
poses, good timers, equal in appear-:;' •
WOO iP*nuine Rld. "flis rc;i *■<■#
honesty, f;tir dealing and Jii*i"xh'.y, ,
equaled by an* adert *r In th .k City
r. Day Ifook IXC. 15, IV7*.
i POMTAii. .si lanliN A; 4 <'*'•
Y. STOCK MAV T. J Nli nT . SUu' /i
NER V©US DEBILiIT .
~Vital. Wqakinwv or Deprea-dtin, * *<t c
haunted fedlng; uo energy or enur-* '
result of MeiUil Pv'e, Ad' A.la 3
Excesses or noute draiu nj.ou iht sta
alwu> cured by
HTffipMrey'i HKUTOtlft fmJ
ft Uihen up and ItivlKoraics. w
dispel* the x!wm aua desupudene^, rr.
strength iml ♦iitity-'lopi t T * faft>*
rejuvenates the it. tire nun. Roe;/. •*
twenty yt ark witli perfect succesk by
amis, sdd by dealers. *'tpp, ft-tv;" .*
gio via!; or ti'.tX) per pucKajt; <<f tJv j ~
and ♦2.(4) via! of p.rtvifer. ?>ent by my •
r:ci>i ol price. Aidrp.. Hum.
ffoiuoep.-Ttlnc Medicine compnu'-' itt. u
•ray. Now kork. S.x ij i
BEST & ABOVk Ai,
These hrAads oTIi west -Tin t *re ••*• !
edged by ad, to be t.it funt f
rubsreM In the loarjtat. Tdf Ur* T
kt:apes and sizes, bl Bt M'vi
wrappers, sold by ihetr.ide gcneraHy. i - •
for k*ut|Me to the manUlaef
• fj. A.JAWd> ft-larsbq.j;,
GEO. K. WAHUTK-GEIIERLI FF-ii*.
3v-4 Nos. 3 ami 5 ./i.e. .r :s P
Grind kqeart sad .Tprlffet.
Prom Geo. E. t.etefikr. Crtdol'Wm IS
& Bra. Bankers, fnyetuvt &!'>■
"We received the pldnu afidlMikitt
very fine toned oue out here. Waited a ahor
time to give It a amid test. f 'you*#Ki a
word In favor of It we wiUcbeerf ilty|ve is.'
Jatiies It. Brown, Esq . E dwarcbnrlli;, '
"The Beatty Piano reeelved glvt* cs in
satisfaction." Agents wautea. kk-nu w
DAM EL F. BEAWY.
WMIUNGTNA, MEW jmrmmf, . U. U -
'■ " 11 11 ■—■ ' ■>*. - -
flu okfoat and beet aapointcd InStttsftloe hi
obtaining a Buflcose Edac&tiau. .- g
Foe ercalm addree*, m,
P. DUFF ± BOOS,
' t 2 * . litjGHaii. P.
)>K A.LITO JX ALT. Kbf?M
003 URN STATION.
PERRY H. ST)TKB, AUEWT.
T rtl# ING
WITH a OOLD IS *TW.\yg bwtrtrttlH'#.
WELL'S CARB3LC TABLETS.
A sure remedy lo tOiutlA, nail
diseases of the THROAT, LI.U
CUKBT aiid HICOfS ME.OBKIVE
fUT UF ONuYINBRUR BOXI - g
IMALU BY Af.L DRLOOiSI*.
C. x. Ai it IT i" ASr JJ, r ii ;_± X v
EMJE, XeW roitc:
IN GBEAT JSLT BOYBB'S,
fiOLB : ;
>v* QjMd a peiSyu In cv
town to take subscriptions lor the hsr***
cheapest aud best iUosuaieJ U;ky paU,<- *
nor, in the world. Any ono oat ties: :* # „
successful agent.. I'Uu mirti. elegitnt gr
ot arc given tree to subscribers. Tit* p, •
is so low that almost everybody euosoriocV
One agent reports making iwer 41W tu jJLI*
week. A lady agent reports taking vvei .:
in |eu da&j. Aii. *4O oi- i.
make money fast. \ off can" tfc_u all v.
time to the. LuidneJiH,.or 04*erjM#fiwi o A
iou need not be a way t, oj:i Uu.iuo over jujc# .
You can do It as vvofi as ofemka. Hjii p.i" L
ctriai-N,iltreed lua aud ten n* f re-?. Elegaas- ■ i
expensive uttk free, n' you wMk* profl-....-
work sand u*.your mfckaag at u
nothing to try the. business. tCo dtewa i
11-vRt s tails U make great pay. Add tea *'l'l
I **oplu Journal," i'urii.tnd, Mgniue. Si-.
Grand Square aud Uprig-ht.
■rnr v rritu. bvb ety;* soy Bitxnr.
Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
OkOTAw.—Tho reputation have *aiu*d
ad tbfc celebrity ol mv Org.uit, havo indite
ed some unprincipled parties and agtmu
to u|ip my circulars, and mNcopiwwt in*
Instruments; against this the" public as#
hereby cautioned. All my Organs bear -a.
tr&de-mak, Golden Tongue, and all my i'ia
nos have the word PI O underlined
and also have my nam tow
nence, Disiki, F. Br\Tt*, Wasnintoit, .V
J., without which nun* is gejuauo.
DANIEL P. BEATTY,
Washington. N. J,, U. S. A
f TIIS A\TTf ,m,e, "* , ™ r i 1 N **
uflilU IN jLipath* market out by tin .
! w *"^" , " w l iUUi9s? of at! books -
"Plain Home Talk anil Medic U Commn
Hen**."—nearly 1,009 ? ixo. i K illustration*,
by Dr. K. B. FOOT*, of w Lsklugton Av .
N. Y. Purchasers of thU tyiak are at tilm t I '
to consult its auutrnr lii pers M or br t vi'
frce. Pride by the Hra-soau
edition, Ol g1.5) for the t eiition
which contains nlUlti-oiMsrtic Hsfcsei an ! I'
u<\ iMiijfe >