Millheim Journal. (Millheim, Pa.) 1876-1984, November 08, 1877, Image 4
%\t fournal. filter SDeiniEpr. Proprietors B. O. DKNISGRR, Associate Edlto llllhcim.Thursday, NOT. 8. Terms—sl.6o Per Annum. ■w——■ i - " i 1 ■ MiUbsta on the L. C. & S. C. R. R.' uas a population of 6—700, is a thriving business centre, and controls the trade of an average radius of over eight miles, in which the JOURJTIL has a larger circulation than all other county papers combined. Advertisers Kill vie OM mcUre a note ofthtt 4 Trie* Gi * h e Bobolink Boyi* ar, e Last rnooQ the elev en Bobolink boys surrounded and caught an enormous, wicked look ing goat, of the masculine gender, turned him loose in Burdock's gar <leo, nailed up the gate and then went home and flattened their elev en little noses against the back win dow to await for coming events. Before his goatship had t pent three minutes In the garden, lie had managed to make himself perfect ly at home, pulled down the clothes line and devoured two lice collars, a pair of under- sleeves and a strip ed stocking belonging to Mrs. B. and was busily engaged sampling one of Burdock's shirts when the servant girl came rushing out with a basket of clothes to hang up. "The eaint3 preserve us I" she ex claimed, coining to a full halt and gating open-mouthed at the goat, who was oalmly munching away at the shirt. "Shew, shew, there," screamed the girl, setting down the basket, taking her shirts in her hand anc* shaking them violently toward the intruder. TUbn the goat, who evidently con sidered her movements in the light ©fa challenge, suddenly drooped his wicked old head and darted at her with the foreJ of a locomotive, and lost one minute later by the clock, that girl had turn bit d a back somer sault over the clutbes-Uaskefc and was crawling away on her hand* and knees iu search of a place to die, accompauied bv the goat, who waa beating on the bustle ground every third second. It ia probable he would have kept on butting her for the next two weeks if Mrs. Burdock, who had been witness of the unfortunate af fair, had not armd herself with the family poker and burr'ed to the res cue. "Merciful goodness, Annie, do get up on your feet V" a v e exclaim ed, aiming a murderous blow at the beast's head, and missing it by a few of the shortest kiud of inches. It was not repeated , owing to the goat suddenly rising up on his hind feet, waltzing towe.rtbber and strik lag her in the small of the back, hard enough to loosen her flnger nails, and destroy her faith in a glorious immortality. When Mrs. B returned to con aclousnes3, she crawled out from be hind the grindstone she had been tossed, and made for the house, stopping only once, when tho goat came after and butted her head first into the grape arbor. Once inside the honse the door was locked and the unfortunates sought tho solitude of their own rooms, and sucli comfort as they could extract from rubbing and growling, while th 1 goat wandered around the gar den like Satan in the Book of Job, se eking what he c uld devour, and the eleven little Bobo link boys fai rly hugged themselves with pleasu re over theperfoimance. By the time Bui dock returned home that ev ening and learned all the parti JU lars fiom his arnica soaked wife, the goat had eaten uearly all the week's washing, half the grapevine, and one side of the clothes-basket. "Why in the thunder didn't yon put him out, awd not leave him there to destroy everything ?" be de manded angrily. "Because he wooldn't go, and I was not going to stay there and he killed, that's why," answered his wife excitedly. "Wouldn't fiddlesticks !'* he ex. claimed, making for the garden, fol lowed by the entirf family. "Get out of here, you thief," he exclaimed, as he came into the gar den and caught siuht of the shaggy and highly perfumed visitor. The goat bit off another mouth ful of the basket and regarded h ; m with a mischievous twinkle of his eves. "You won't go, hey?" exclaimed Burdock, trying to kick a holo in the enemy's ribs. "I'll show y wbeth—" The sentence was left unfinished, as the goat just then dropped his head on Burdock's shirt bosom, and before he could recover bis equilibri um he bad been butted seven times in seven fre6h spots and was down ©a his knees and crawling around ia a very undehifled manner, to the horror of the family and the in- glee of the eleven young next d?or. "Look out he don Mi hurt yon I" screamed Mrs. B. as the goat sent him a flying into the sand pile. When Burdock had got his bald head out of the sand he was mud all over his clothes, and he tried to catch the brute by the horns, but desisted after he had lost two front teeth and been rolled in the mud. "Dou't make a living show of yourself before the neighbors," ad vised his wife. "Come in pa, and let him be," begged his daughter. "Golly, dad, look out he's cousin' agin," shouted his sou, enthusias tically. Mr. Burdock waxed profane, and swore three-story oaths in such a rapid succession that his fatnilv held their breaths, and a pious old lady, who lived in a house in the rear, shut up her windows and sent out the cook to hunt up a policeman or a missionary. "Run for it dad," advised his aon a moment later when the goat's at tention seemed to be tinned away. Burdock sprang to his feet and followed his offspring's suggestion. He was legging it in superb style and the chances for his reaching the house seemed excellent, when the brute suddenly clapped on more s team, gained rapidly, and darting between his legs, capsized him into the ash box. His family dragged him inside, another candidate for rubbing, arni ca, and a blessed haveq of rest. The back of the house has been hermetically sealed. A CLERGYMAN'S JOKE.—A cler gyman, a widower residing in a Vermont rural town, recently cre ated a first-class sensation in his household, which cousisted of sev eral grown up daughters. The rev erend gentleui an was absent from home several davs, visiting in an adjoining town. The daughters re ceived a letter from their father which stated he had married a wid ow with s.x sprightly little children, and that he might be expected home at a certain time. The effect of the news was a great shock to the hap py family. The giils, noted for their oaeeknes and amiable tempera ment, seemed another set of beings; there was weeping and wailing and tearing of hair, and all manner of naughty things said. The tidy home was neglected, and when the •lay of arrival c anie the house was anything but inviting. At last the Rev Mr. came, but he was alone. He gp-etd his daughters as usual, and as lie viewed the neglect ed parlors there was a merry twin kle in his eye. The daughters were nervous, and evidently anxious. At last the elder mustered courage, and asked: "Where is mother ?" "In Heaven," says the good man. "But where in ths widow with six children, which you wrote you had married ?" "Why I married her to another man, my deirs." It is said to ha ve been amusing to see how those seven girls set things to rights. Big Bow About a Little Thing. Mr. Mo Donnne, of N. J., is the owner of a new baby, and, as it is the first McDonough possessed, he naturally Is, or was, much delight ed. The day of its arrival McDo nough went about asking everybody to come in and see it. Everybody came, and so did a middle-aged ■l>in"*ter who lives next door. As the Newark papers do not give the name of the lady, who is an impor tant personage in this petite fostoire, we will call her for convenience Miss Jones. Miss Jones being an old maid, was not up in babies, and instead of remarking upon the beau tv of this particular one, she was unkind enough to say lh>.t it was, "an ugly, flat-nosed, red-headed thing. 1 ' Now, everybody will agree that Jones' conduct was mean, that it. was enough to anger McDonougt, and lhat he did exactly light when he ordered her out of the house. When Jones had gone McDonough went on celebrating the coming of the baby, and as he had been at it all day by nightfall he became, we are sorry to say, exceedingly drunk. Some men get mad when thev are drunk, but McDonough is one of the fellows whom Lquor puts in a good humor, the kind, you know, who want to embrace everybody and for give all their enemies. So, when McDonough was very drunk, he was very sorry about putting out Jones, and he concluded he would go to her house, and apologize. Jones was boiling soup when Mc- Donough arrived, and without wait ing for any explination of his visit she poured the soup, which was hot soup,all-over him. Then she got a carving-knife and cut McDonough on the cheek. Not liking this re ception, McDorn ugh dossed the conversation as soon as he could, xnd went out into the street and in to a doctor's shop. Jones will prob able get into trouble and a cell. As McDonough i 3 badly scalded he can't nurse his baby, which is the eererest of his grief. The Suicides' Hotel. The Suicides' Hotel in the Latin Quarter, Paris, lias been torn dewn. Ten yhars ago a young student, de spairing and in love, blew out his brains in the room which he was occupying, and just one year after ward another student committed suicide in the same room. The pro prietor of the hotel was s'aimed at the fate of these unhappy students, and the room waa transformed into a lumber closet. A few months af terwarl a waiter, win had been ac cused of theft, crept into this lumber room and hanged himself. The su perstitious hotel keeper was uow in despair. lie surrendered tno lease and abondoned the chamber of death. The hotel was repeatedly sold, but its reputation was uncan ny and nobody could thrive there. A strong minded druggist took pos session of the premises and carried on his business there, but finding his wife had deceived him, retired to the fatal chamber and there poison ed himself with his own drugs. The whole quartet was up in arms ami demanded that the room should walled up, but the new owner laughed at the fears of his neighbors, and decla red that he meant to occu py the chamber himself. At lasi uotice was given that the pla„*e wis to be pulled down to make room for the Boulevard Saint German. An indemnity of $30,000 vvasdemvuded but refused, and the jury having de cideg that $17,500 was ample com pensation, the owner grew despon dent, and declared he was a ruined man. A month ago he asked per mission to visit the old premises before they were pulled dowu. His request was granted, and uothiug more was heard of him until the workmen found him hauging by theueck lu the fatal room. Keeping Faith. Sir William Napier was ono day taking a long couutiy walk, when he uiet a little cill about five years old gobbing over a broken bowl. She had dropped and broken it iu bringing it buck from the field to which she had taken her father's dinner, and said she would be beat en on her return home f<r having broken it. As she said this a sud den gleam of hope seemed to cheer her. She innocently looked up into Sir William's face, and said "But you can mend it, can't you ?" lie explained that he could not mend the broken bowl, but the trouble he could overcome by the gift of a six pence to buy another. However, cn opening his purse, it was empty of silver, aud he promised to meet his friend on the same spot at the same Ifltur next day, and to bring sixpeuce with him, bidding her meanwhile to tell her mother she had seen a gen tleman who would bring her the money for the bowl the next d ly. The child, eutirelv trusting him, went ou her way com forted. On Ms return home bir William found an invitation await ing him to dine in Bath on the fol lowing evening, to meet seme one whom he especially wished to see. lie hesitated for some little time, trying to calculate the possibility of giving the meeting to his friend of the broken bowl, and still being in time for the dinner paity at Bath; but finding this could not be. he wrote a letter to declind accepting invitation, on the plea of H "prevtous engagement," saying, "I cannot disappoint Ler, she trust ed me." Some of the "Blue Laws." No food or lodging shall be affor ded to a Quaktr, Adamite, or other Heretic. If any person turns Quaker he shall be banished, and not suffered to return but upon pain of death. No priest shall abide in the do minion; lie shall be banished, and suffer dea lb on his return. Friests may be seiz ed by any one without a warrant. No one shall read Common Prey, er, Christmas or Saint's days, make minced pies, dance, play cards, or play on any instrument of music, except the drum, trumpet and jews harp. No onB shall run on the Sabbath day, or walk in his garden or else where, except reverently to and from meeting. No one shall travel, cook victuals, make beds, sweep houses, ;ut hair, or shave on t lie Sabbath day. No woman si.ail kiss her child on the Sabbath or fasting day. No man shall court a maid in per son or by letter without first ob taining consent of her parents: £5 penalty for the first offence,£lo for the second, and fv r the third im prisonment during the pleasure of the Court— Pater's History of Con necticut. People generally will bo glad to j know that charcoal has been discov ered to be a sure cure for burns. By layiug a small piece of charcoal | on the burn the pain subsides imme diately. By leaving the charcoal on an hour the wound is healed, as has been do m oust rated on several occasions. 1823. SEND FOR 1838. t'HB New York Observer, The Best Reltglousand Secular Family News paper. 13.16 a Year, post paid. . Established 18JB. ST Park How, St-w York, n SAMPLES KRKK BUSH HOUSE, BELLEFONTE, PA. F. D. M CTI L 0 N , Late Chief Clerk of tho Pobinaon House, PITTSBURG, Peniia. Proprietor. Only First Class Hotel in the City. Charges moderate. BELLEFONTE BREWERY, L £ WIS II A AS, Proprietor. ' I Bellefonto, 25-1 Pa. _ . IRA T. COTTLE, Fashionable Tailor, Centre Hall. Ilaslng opened rooms on th* 2nd floor tif Wm. Wolf's warehouse, lie is prepared to manufacture all kinds of men's and boy's garments, according to the latest styles, and upon shortest notice, and a!! work warranted t • render satisfaction. Cutting and repair ng done. 25 ly. DAN. F. BEATTY' Parlor Organs. These remarkable instruments possess ca pacities for musical effects ami expression never before attained, adapted for Amateur and Professional, and an ornament In any parlor. FXCF.L N QUAII7Y F TNK. TrWK- I'OB W ELKO ANT DE SIGN AND ElNlrfll and Wonderful Variety of th-sir Combination Solo dtopa. BBeautlful new Centennial Styles now ready. Address. DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washlncton, New Jersey. U. a, A. Late Immense Discoveries bv STANLEY and others are Just added to the only com pter. Life and Labors of Livingstone. 1 his veteran explorer ranks among the most heroic fl tures of the centurv, ana this book Is one of the most attractive, fascinat ing, richly Illustrated and lnstructiv vol umes ever Issued. Relng the only entli e and authentic life, the millions are eatter (or u and wide awaae agents are wanted quickly prooi and terms address HUBRAKD BRSL, FuolLs isr*. -.'i tamm M.. 1 Lib. BEATTYSS BTABLISHKD IN 1856. Any first-class SltiN PAIXTF.K AND I.ETTEREk can learn something to bis advantage b> addrcsting the m.tnufaclurer DANIEL F. BEATTY, Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A TREMENDOUS FALL Trices of Boots, Saora, Oannas. Blip? ■as AMD Rub 3sits. la>ok at the following figures at JACOB KAMP' SHOE STORE, LOCK HAVEN,FA. Men'* Boots only $1.75 Men's Boot®, terj best, only $8.59 Mens' Carpet Slippers, only 50 Mens' Best Rubber Oyer Slues, $7 Womens' Foxed Gaiters, only $1.25 Wo mens' very Day .>hoes, only $l.OO Womens' best RubbcrOver Sboej 47 hlldrcn'B " u " 84 Boys', louihs' nud Children*' Boots and Shoes, very low. Chlldreus' Goat Button shoes Nos. 4to 7, with heels, only 75 Mens* Calf Top Sole Boots, only $3.00 Womens' Kid Button Shoes,only $2.00 Women's Grained Button Shoes, $1.85 These prlc es are almost what (he stock in these goods Is worth, without the making. I buy my goods only fr inl.trt:e uianuiactur ers and for CASH. This is why I can sell so very low. BOnTS. BHuJBO AND JiUBB- KliSat WiluL BE A LK. Give me Call. JACOB KAMP The Boot and 8 oe Man of Lock Haven. OCA TV!/' ©CELKIIKA II E ATT i S™r* l tT Parlor Organs. Messrs. Geo. p. Kowei& Co., (N. Y.) Newapaper Reporter . says: "Daniel K Realty, the organ builder, of WashiNgton, N. J., presses forward with greatest vigor." From Win. Peol, Niagai *Falls. N. T. ••Several months use or the elegent Parlor rcain you sent me satisfies nie that Uis one of the best made. t has a rich tone; Its various tones are most pleasant. most heartily recommend vourorggiie for parlor school, church or ot her use." Rest offer ever given. Money refunded upon return of organ and freight charges paid by me (Dan If I P. Realty) both wavs if unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five dar*. rgan warranted for live years. Send for extended list of testimonials before buying a pallor rgan. Address. DANIEL F. BEATTY Wnwbiuirt b New Jersey, V. 8. George Fehl, Wag-on-Maker, AABONSBCBfi, PENNA. All kinds of Wagons made Order. SPRING MILLS anil BELLEFONTE THOMAS A. HICKS & BRO. Large and complete stock of Hardware, In all Branches. — <i -■ STOVES! STOVES! We have the only Reversible, Top Plate Cooking Btoves in the Ma ikft At Spring mills we have the Largest Stock of Cook Stoves ever seen in Pennsvalley. Como and see our KEYSTONE COOK STOYE. It is the Handsomest In tho World. OUR PRICES DEFY COMPETITION. J.W.CORNELIUS ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER, MARKET STREET, Lewisburg, Penna. PIIOTOQR APIIEB of all styles and sizes finished in t&o highest style known to tho art t-> & O /* e-- M And Pictures painted •rf o ♦" *-§ S 1 CO in en, Water Color. India Ink, A Speciality. Particular attention elveu to copying old and faded pictures of deceased friends, col orod If desired. In any of the above colors Great pains taken to insure to customers the best qui'div of work. 1 resie?tfiilly an nounce that I introduce ah the NEW STYLES OF PICTURES as soon as any one and am prepared to pro dueeany piece of work in *he most approv ed faahl n. The public is cordUllv insrl ed to call at my ronm3 and examine my work, whether tliex desire pictures or net. A dberal deduction on large order*. The larg est and best selected stock of Frnaiea fn town always an hand. The area toot pains taken to Insure satisfaction to my custom ers. Don't forget the place: South Sldeoj Harkft street, LEWISBURG, PA. HARDWARE JAMES HARRIS & CO., Dealers in Hardware, JVO. 5. Brockerhoff Row, BELLEFOITTE, PA. S9-OLDEST lIA St D WAR 2 ITUSE IX CENTRE CO.fS .l Complete line of Hard ware of all Kinds at tbo LOWEST PRICES. Tie Celebrated Barley Sheaf Coal Store & Anchor Beater. HARDWARE HARDWARE Glad Tiding to All! JOHSB FORD HAS OPENED A TAILORSIIOP IN Snook's Bnilding, Millteiin Penna. Where he is now ready to satisfy all those who will vivo him their trade in ci'v style. He is a flrst-class Cutter and l itter and as a workman c m not be surpassed. With close attention to Business, he hopes to receive the Patronage of tills community and the count ry generally. All orders promptly filled and all work guaranteed. 30-6 m JOHN B. FOR DAV. I. BROWN, Manufacturer and Dealer in TIX-WABE STOVEPIPE & TRIMMIXGS BPOIITIXG and FRUIT CASS. Would respectfully inform the public that he keeps on hand or makes to order all Kinds of TINWARE, STOVB FIXTURES, FRUIT CANS, etc., etc. S 1 SPOUTING A SPECIALITY!^ Fruit cans always on hand. Repairing done at short uoilee. Having some ten years experience In the business he 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 solicited. Sit op, second floor of Foote's Store, Tilihelm, Fenna. II I I rgvitrr Px Ano J 1 1 1 I If GRAND SQUARE |V 1 I | BAND UP ROUT. 11: f-| | | V uxr Agents wanted ¥ Villi | ■ dress, DAN EL K. BEATTY Washington, New Jersey. U. 8. A Geo. i. Potter • JBO Rnrti GEO. L. POTTEK & CO., General Insurance Apcy BELIEFONTE.PA., Strongest Ageney In theCoonty- Toilets ; issued on the Stock and Mutual Plao. llXi BEATTYSttiSSS ssrre DANIEL F. BEATTY Washington, New Jersey, U. 8. A. imsp P'TKIT OUR CRIUfERS- Adopted by all the queens of fashion- Send for circular. P.. IVINB, N02903 North Fifth St.. Philadelphia. P.v TYARNPS' F T PCW MAC "F ■? RY. different machines with /iywhich Builders, Cabinet y y 1 Makers, Wagon Makers end Jobbers in mtscellane <>us work can compete M W to QCALITT AKD PRICE With YA ® steam power manufactar wmsFLM ' n F *' Bo Amateur's sun- W P"<*s. aw blades, fancv Kyxsa&Aßbitl woods snd designs. Rav where you read this and "end for catalogue snd prices. W. F. & Joun SaiutKS Rock ford, Winnebago, Co. CALL AND SEE. Beatty's Parlor SORGANS.fi m iw.wnym ELrA!IT STTI.FS.-wirh Valuable Improvements. New and Beautiful Solo Stop* OVKH ONE THOUSAND Organic and Musicians endorse ihwe organs and re cnmnirnd th in aa STIUCTLY FIKSTCLASS in tone. M<vhanism and durability. War ranted for six years. Bosl Elegant and latest Improved. ! ~t'?y.e been awarded tlie HIGIIKBT PRE MIL M in competition wiUi others for , Simplicity, durability, PROMPTNESS, * ' AND PIANO LIKE ACTION t'CRK, BWEKT, and K VKM BAL ANCED TOXF, OKCIIEHTUIL EF FCKTBan<I INSTANTANEOUS ACCESS WIIIfH DAY BF MAP TO THE HERDS. Bend for Price List. Address, DAXIEI. F. BEATTY, Washington. New Jersey, U. S. A CRISTADORO'S HAIR DTE. Criitadoro's Hair Dye is the SAFEST and EST; it acts instantaneously, producing he most natural sti tdet of Black or Brown ; does NOT STAIN the SKIN, and Is eashy I applied. It is a standard preparation, and a favorite upon every well appointed Toilet for Lady or Qentieman. Sold by Druggists. ; „ J. CRIST ADOBO, P. O. Box, 1513. New York. BEATTYHIffi BEST IN TTSE Grand Square a.nd Upright. DANIEL F. BEATTY. Washington, New Jersey, 11. 8. a D ii. D. H. MINGLE, I Offers his professlenalservices fco the put lie. Answers calls at all hours OPFIOJS AND BXSIDENCJ:, MUlbrtm, Penn'a 18x1^ CAMERON HOUSE, LEWISBURG. PENNA, GK"S. BTT3R/I&, Proprietor. 0 First Class la all respect* and Centrally Located. IX7* IX7ll mau . on,s uml onn-htlf dor- W c W lil en the ,no>t beautiful ""new Ohromos, In French oil color, ever seen for il.uo. They ate mounted in 8 x 10 black ouaraeld and cold nints oval opening and outsells anything now before the public. Satisfaction guaran teed. Two sainpiws for 25 cents, or six for Scent. Send 10 cents for grand Illustrated catalogue with chromo of Moonlight on the Hhllie, or 20 cents for two Landscape and Ualla Lilies on back ground. J. A. LATH AM A CO. 419 Washington at. Boston Mass. I—KIA FORTUNE. J. SELLER & SON, Wo. 6. Broekerltoff Row, BELLEFONTE, t"A DEALERS IN Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drags, &e. o ▲ Fall Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand. CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE FONGES, 15 cents and upwards. A share of the public patron age respectfully solioited. * D AVID F. FORTNEY, Attorney-at-law f - • • " ■ * A BELLEFONTB, 48x1 y. t PA BEATTY'SParIor Orcts kIHMiSttiIiZSSS kstM. la 1856. Believing It to be BY FAB the best Parlor and orchestral Organ manufactured, we challenge any manufacturer to equal theni. The celebrated Uoldeu Touguc heeds in this organ In conjunction wlin the Perfected Heed Boards produce sweet, pure and pow erful tone*. Superb cases of new and elegant designs Ministers, teachers, churches school*, lodges, etc., "hoard send for price list and discounts. Dealers will find ft to their advantage to examine this instrument, t has improve ments found In no other. Correspondence solicited. Best offer ever given. Money refunded upon return of organ and freight charges paid by ine (Daniel K. Beatty) both ways If unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five davs organ warranted for six years. Agents dis count given everywhere h.\ve no agent Agents wanted. Address, DANIEL F. BEATTY, Wsthlßgtsa, Hew Jersey, HARDWARE mmiM SAVED! Bay tho IJIPKCVLL iyra fluP"™ Sewing ZVlaeliine ,l 1& Hrraa 14 *> thnpl* in ocnstruoticn ui nun c yb] ®R /ffiravv ■?? pfltSX *> ty thai a child can operate it v B| T" It has *u st.oight, ting nm£U, oar lev er vr ™H rt*l fAuf.te. wito • jmfM ttrkHmt, wmchdoes oi Mfl H I'd te&fl change as the bobbin becomesexhausted, ii jf [til '*i!S(Ai vwrtna prints ere suffesftiMr, sad It Si s 6a SH eomWnei every de*i;eblc improvement. iffjy C 2 8,,e *T Maciiaeisoeuuoutread/for use,after Nwi(ki!ndl>t tho GREAT 81DPCTION fISQ. ClCfMji IN PRICK* we continue to SMUMbntauwiil JBrnm HaBISk and exercise the greatest ceroid their BUBlWtttR. 4 VICTOR SETTING MACHINE CO., Ttra Sroci 003$, 331 W.rt Viiina Bt.. ftietgs, m. niXCtU CJTIC3 aal VituftclUbi, MUistm, Cm. WATCHES ! ! JEWELRY I ! ROMAIXK GOLD. so extensively worn In Parte, was first discovered In 1870, by tho celebrated French chemist. H. Be Laluge, who manufactured it into jewelry, and for five years sold It to the leading Jewelers of Paris for SOLID GOLD, In 1876, wain his secret *ecame kbown, ten of the mamifactuiiug jewelets established a stock company, with a capital ofs]tyr<,|wtfor the purpose of manufacturing ROMAIXK GOLD JEWEL RYA XD WA TCUES With tli s immense capital, and the aid of improved machinery they are enabled to produce all the latest patterns of jewelry at less than one-tenth of Soi Id Gold, and of a quality and color which makes lt'lmpossible even for experts to deteet it from the genuine. We Afire secured the Tclusii* agency <J the Cnited States and Canada, for the sale of all eood manufactured from this metai. and in order to Introduce them In the most speedy ma nor, have put up assorted sample lots as given below, which we will sell at cma-fenSA the retail -value until January Ist, 1878. Head the list. 50-CKNT LOT. On® Gent's Watch Chain retail prloe 100 One pair l'. craved Sleeve Buttons re. pr. 76 One Stone Set Scarf Pin " " 76 One set (3) Spiral Shirt Studs, " " 7 • One Improved shirr Collar Button," " 55 One heavy plain Wedding King. 1 25 Total $5~OO For 5 ce nta we will send above six articles postpaid. Il.no LOT. One pair sleeve Buttons, stone setting. One set (3) Spiral Shirt Studs. One heavy band Engagement Ring. One set (2) Engraved Bracelets. One liadie;/ Long Guard or Neck Chain. One Engraved Miniatur Locket for the above. <>ne Gent's Heavy Link Watch Chain. One Lake George Diamond Stud. $2.00 LOT. One Lad'es' Neck Chain and Charm. Otie Ladies' Heavy Guard Chain for Wa ch. One set Pin and Ear Kings, Ai etbyst. One extra fine Miniature Locket. One Cameo Seal Lino. " One very heavy Wedding or Engagement ring One Gent's heavy Wutcli Chain with Charm. One pair Pearl Inlaid Sleeve Buttons. One Lake George Cluster Pin. One pair (2) heavy band Bracelets. The retail price of the articles in each snmble lot amounts to exactly ten times the price we ask for the lot; for example our $l.OO tot retails for $i.QO; our $5 .00 lot fur $6.00. SOLID MAINE GOLD HUNTING-CASE WATCH FREE. Jni ISbmJ K us an order for the above lots by express to the amount of $l5 0$ we will send FREE one solid Romaiue Gold Hunting-Case Watch Gents' or Ladies' size warranted to keep perfect tline and look equally as well as a $l. gold witch. By mall postpaid, $15.50. This is our BUST OFFER to AGENTS, and is woith a trial, as the watch alone will sell or trade readilv for from $2.00 to $5. Gents' or Ladies' Watch alone, $7 or $8 a 'i e , HV y 9 ent 8 Gold Pattern Vest Chain and Cbarui, or Ladies' Opera Chain with slide ana tjmel OK °?®££ nly ho,d ? tt® o4 unti ] Jan - Ist. 1878- After that time wo shall sell ouly to Jobbers and Wholesale dealers, and any one wishing our goods will then have to pay full retail prices • Romalne Gold is the best, and. In fact, the only imitation of genuine gold made, being the same in weight, oolor and finish, and all our goods are made in the Jaioetgold patterns. Will guarantee satisfaction in every Instance, or refund money. Send money by P. 0., Money jOrder, or Registered letter, AT OUR RISK. No goods sent C. O. D. unless at least $5. accompanies the order. Address plainly, W. F. BYANB, & CO. Sole Agt's for C. 8., and Canada, 05 * 07 Booth Clarli tfreW. Chicago, 111. ESTABLISHED IMS, vma HARBISON'S WRITING INKS AND MUCILAGE. The best in the Market, Jet Block Scnool Ink A Speciality. FOB BJXB T ALL LIADZKO STATIONXJM AKD, HARRISON INK GO., 9 Murray 01, N. Y*. WANTED! We wish an agent male or female, in eaoh town of this county, to get up Ciutoe among lamliles, hotel*, factories. An., lor the sate of our Teas, and will oner very ITOifrfl oom m'sMons to such. We have bi®n importers of Teas for over 20 years, and can afford to send, and we will seuu a better article for the money than any other house in New York. Our Teas axe put up in one pound packages, with the name and price printed upon each. Address, for terms and blank form foe LoNdJON A If EW YORK CHINA TEA CO., ¥. 0. Box 57*. Na * Church K, New York! SMy THE HOST POPULAE, Because the aoet reeonabie slore in Beit*, font* is that of S. & A. LOEB. We deal in aR kinds of Oeaeral kHdUA dise and have joat received aa STOCK .(I ftiM ./'H'fvJjt., 4B;<f which §• now betas old as Remarkably Low Prices Dry Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Groceries, Carpets, $3.00 LOT. One Ladles' Opera Guard Chain.. One Ladies Neck Chain and Croat. One Beautiful Locked (engraved). One pair Band Bracelets. One Gent's Twist Link Vest Chain ft Charm. One pair Onyx Sleeve Buttons. • One set (3) Onyx Shirt Studs. One new improved Collar Button. One extra cut Cameo Seal Ring. One Arizona Solitaire Stud. One set Amethyst or Topaz Pin ft Ear Drop* One Ladies' Chemise Button. One Plain Ring,stamped IS JL $5.00 LOT. One Ladles' Opera Chain, with elide and tassel, (retail prioe $5.00) One Gent's heavv Watch Chain, with Curb charm, (retail price, $5.00.) One ladies' heavy long Neck Chain. One elegant Chased Miniature Locket for ah. One set Cameo Med a lion Pin and Ear Drops. One pair (2) heavy Chased Band Bracelets. One Gent's Solitaire Diamond Stud. One Gent's Cluster Diamond Pin. One pair Amethyst or Onyx Sleeve Bottom One set (3) Studs to match the above. One eleg&ut heavy set Cameo Seel Ring. One .Massive Rand or Wedding Ring. One new "patent" Collar Button. One Indies' Chemise Button. One Amethyst or Topaz Ring, (extra finish.