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population of 6—TWO, Is a thriving business
tent re, and controls the trade of an average
radius of over eight miles. In which the
JOUKXAL has a larger circulation than all
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A POOR RELATION.
flow Kiadass* la Rewarded —la
Eveleen Blake Was a school teach
Rather a laborious and ill-paid life
it was for a girl of nineteen ; but
the little heroine knew she had bel
li ving to earn somehow. There
wasn't an inkling of romance in
her life, except what she had uncon
sciously absorbed out of novels in
the circulating library. Her two
sisters were both married—Mrs. Si
raon Sykes and Mrs. John Smith—
and each of them looked out indus
triously for Number one.
"Eveleen has had an education,"
said Mrs. Sykes: "Let her take
care of herself. Of course oue
wants to be sisterly, and all that
sort of thiog, but when dear Simon
married me, he did not intend to
marry the whole family."
"Of course not,"said Mrs. Smith,
"She can't expect ns to support
Eveleen was mendings pair of
gloves one October afternoon, by
the window, when Mrs. Simon
Sykes walked.in with a great rustling
and smell of patchouli Mrs. Sim >u
Sykes—wee Blake—* was tall, larre
and rosy. Eveleen was OK the petite
scale, with laug o, limpid grey eyes,
very little color, and straight brown
hair, which shone like satin, iu the
Jcvel mys ot the setting suit.
we," said Mrs. Sykes,
•-"how go od that teapot smells, and
I'm tired out with my walk."
"Would you like a cup of tea,"
"Well, I dont mini," said Mrs.
Sykes, unpinning her shawl, "that
is, if you've a bun -or baseuit or
something to nibble with it. Tea,
alone, gives me the heartburn."
So Eveleen went industriously to
work and breweda cup of tea, and
brought out a plate of rusks, which
were to have made her own frugal
"But I can eat a buscuit or two,"
thought self-denying little Eveleen,
as she watched the rusks disappear
before Mrs. fcknon S> kea' appetite.
"I've had SUJII a turn," said Mrs
Sykes as site held out her cup for a
"A turn ?" said Eveleen inquir
"Yes," nodded Mrs. Sykes; "a
visit from a poor relation. I dare
say she will be here next, but I ad
vise you to send ber about her busi
ness, as I did ?"
"Who is it," asked Eveleen, in
"It's Mary Ann Blake. Wauts
something to do. Expects me to
take her in, and give her a home un
til she can obtain a situation."
"There's the little ball bed room
that you don't use," hinted Eve
leen, who bad a sort of iustiuctive
sympathy for the houseless and
"I want that for Mr. Sykes* rela
lives when they come to town." said
Mrs. Sykes. "He's got a single
brother with proierty, and a mar
ried sister, wit h- no children, who is
very well off indeed ; arid if I don't
want it, I don't propose to o,ien a
free asylum for every old maid thai
"But what wjl she do ?"
"Do! Why, do as other f >lks do.
I suppose. Goto a lodging-house.
There's plenty of them, I'm sure."
"But if she haaen't got any mon
"Then she has no business here,"
said autocratic Mrs. Sykes. "Why
didn't she stay where her friends
coulu take care of her V"
"Perhaps she hasu't any friends."
"Then she certainly must be an
undeserving character," said Mrs.
Sykes, shaking the crumbs down
upon Eveleen's neatly swept carpet.
"Oh, here's Selina Smith, as true as
Mjrs, John Smith came fluttering
in—a thin, sharp-featured little wo
man, with snapping black eyes, and
a new hat, fill a-ijuiver with artifi
"Oh," said Mrs. Smith, "you're
here, are you DebbyV How do,
Eveleen ? Well, since you're tak
ing tea, I'll have a cup. Heard the
news V" as she sat herself down.
"About Mary Anne Blake ? Yes
of course," answered Mrs. Sykes.
with a toss of the head. "Sue's
been to see us; but I sent her about
"Well, she certainly can't expect
as as provide for her," said Mrs.
!: Smith, begiaDicf jto crumble op the
reserve of biscuits that Evelyn had
brought out with a sing. "Smith's
salary ain't large, and I've a good
sited family of my own. I told her
pretty plainly that as far as I am
concerned, she needn't expect any
thing. Ido hate these genteel beg
gars t And tf she should cr me here,
Eveleen, I hope you will give her
the oold shoulder. Hush! there's
a knock now. If it should be herl"
"It's a good thing we're here to
advise her." said Mrs. Sykes as Eve
leen went to the door. "Eveleen is
so unsuspecting! Anybody could
Impose upon her."
"Yes, to be sure," said Mrs.
Smith complacently. "And—but
dear me, it is Mary Anne I"
Both sisters nodded fi igidly at the
approach of a tall, nervous-looking
female. In poor black, followed bv
Eveleen, who drew out the softest
easy-chair for her accomunxlation.
and gently untied her whispy bon
"Do sit down," said Eveleen ; "I
am sure yon are tired. Let me give
you a cup of tea at once."
"Yes," said Mary Anne Blake,
looking apprehensively from Mrs.
Simon Sykes to Mrs. John Srai h,
"1 am tired. I've been walking a
"I hope you got a situation," said
Mrs. Smith icily.
But Mary Anne shook her head.
"It wa* very foolish of you com
ing here at all, wastiug your raonev
on an expensive journey," said Mrs.
S>kes;. "Why couldn't you go to
Aunt Pamela ?"
Nw Aunt Para Ma was the rich
old aunt who so systematically ig
nored her nieces and kept her mon
ey in lionds, instead of investing it
in Mr. Sykes wholesale grocery, or
Mr. Smith's insurance company.
"I did," said Mary Anne deject
edly. "but she declined to assist
"Stingy old hanidan t" said Mrs.
Sykes, with energy.
"ShehaB a right to do as she pleas
es with her own, I suppose." said
Eveleen, who was making some
fresh tea for the pale guest.
"No she hasn't," said Mrs. Smith.
"People get so miserly."
"S>kes thinks we might some day
clap her into a lunatic asflum, and
put the money into the hands of
trustees, for the use of her rela
tives," said Mrs. Sykes.
"I don't know about that," said
Mary Anne Blake. "I only know
tnat she wouldn't give me anything.
And I do not know what to du.
Yoa are my cousins. Perhaps.—"
"Oh, indeed, we can't do any
thing for you," said Mrs- Sykes, be
coming more frigid in ber demean
or, while Mrs. Smith drew herself up
and set her thin lips together in a
thread of carmine. "Better get
hack as fast as you can," added Mrs.
"By all means," said Mrs. Smith,
with a toss of the artifleial asters,
"And do tell that old lady that she
is a deal better able to provide for
you than we are."
"No," said Eveleen gently.
'•Cousin Mary Ann* shall stay with
me. There's plenty of room on ray
little iron bedstead for two, and I
can go out with ber, looking for a
situation, after school hours."
"Eveleen you're craiy!" said Mrs.
Simon Sykes, uplifting both her
'•You'rea fool!" politely added
Mrs. John Smith.
But the stranger's lips quivered.
"God bless you child J" said she,
rising up and putting aside the veil
of wont lace that dropped on her
face. "And now. girls, I might as
well tell you that lam your Aunt
"You ? Aunt Pamela ?" shriek
el Mrs. Svkes.
"But—y u are rich I"
"People say so."
"Then," gasped Mrs. Smith,
"Why do you come here iu the guiz*
of a beggar ?"
"To try the hearts and natures
of my three nieces," said Aunt Pa
mela, dryly. "Deborah calls me an
old harridan ; Selina refuses to help
me by so much as a penny ; but
little Fveleen is willing to share her
scanty all with me, What raonev
the old woman has to leave, shall be
Mrs. Simon Sykes and Mrs. John
S nith lo at each other in dis
may, but it was too late to apolo
gize now. And little Eveleen was
a heiress, after all.
A VERY BWEBT STORY Of love
comes from Cincinnati, whence very
few sweet things ever c m, and
probably we never should have had
this enchanting tale had not the he
ro and the heroine been imported
for the occasion from K ntucky, a
state which is abandoned to the
raising of heroes and Democratic
majorities and heroines and superior
whisky. Professor Pie has taught
school across the river from Cincin
nati for many years, and devoted
Ids evenings and Saturday and Sun
days, and mucn other time to Hul
dah, who was a school-marm, and
this pleasant thing went on till the
Professor was flfty and Huldah was
forty-five. After tea or eleven
years,Huldsh's folks, beginning to
thjak they were going to altogether
too mu;h expense for fire-wood and
coal nil and extra dinners for the
Professor, and feeling that there
never would be any wedding after
all began to tell naughty stories
about the Professor. This made
Huldah cry an d love him the more,
and the strategy failing he was for
bidden the house. Then he climbed
in the parlor windows, and the boys
pounded him with fence-boards as
he went through. And then they
fired blank cartridges at him in the
still darkness of the night, and Anal
ly loaded their guns with beans and
afterward with birJ-shot, The Pro
fessor endured this exciting amuse
ment a few weeks and then he got
mad, stole Huldah out of the house,
ran away with her to Cincinnati and
they were marrid ! Young Kentucky
strategy had sueeeedfd with the in
valuable aid of fence-boards and
shotguns in bringing a prolonged
and weary courtship to a happy ter
mination. The professor was for
given and Invited back with his
bride. The affair was a little novel
and sensational, even for Kentucky,
but in spite of its pronounced suc
cess it would hardly oe desirable
perhaps for every lady with a hesi
tating lover to start a lot of untam
ed nephews on ttie warpath with
shotguns and fence-boards.
A singular case of mental aberra
tion has befallen the son of a re
spectable citizen of Nlitany valley,
some six miles from this place.
The boy, whose ape is about 18. one
evening a few weeks ago, came run
ning from the barn to the house,
seemingly in great alarm, and an
nounced that there was something
wrong about th e horses. Upon
which members of the family went
out and found the horses, four head,
harnessed and tied at different plac
es in the barnyard. The father of
the boy took this as a trick of some
one and no further attention
was given. A short time after this
the boy again raised an alarm about
something not being ali right at the
stable, and next morning It was
found that one of the horses had
been harnessed and was hitched in a
one-horse sled and had stood thus all
| night. This circumstance naturally
caused an uneasy feeling in the
fAimer. Upon another occasion
when fodder was being hauled in,
the toy was appointed to watch at
the barn, so no one might appear
during their absence and molest any
of t 1 eproperty ; soon thereafter
wheat and cloveraeed were found
mixed upon the threshing floor, and
some grain spilled on a pile outside
the barn. The boy seemed alarmed
and his explanation was that he had
noticed some one about the granery
who did the mischief. Upon anoth
er occasion the boy hastened in great
a larm to the threshing floor, wliere
his father and hireling were at work
and announced that the kiru had
been fired; and going to the bidder
gang discovered flames just kindled,
but yet within their control to
quench. Then again a quantity of
butter, cream and other provisions
were missed from the cellar one
morning; also deuiagedone different
articles around the premises. These
incidents deeply alarmed tho father
of the bry, and he proceeded to a
friendly neighbor apd related the
strange occurrences, and inquired of
his friend whether he knew of a sin
gle enemy be had who could be guil
ty of the above aits. Ills friend in
formed him that he had no enemies
there, but that he now found it his
duty to tell him that he had for a
time otoervfd something strange
about his son, and the undoubtedly
was the author of the mischief. In
vestigation afterwards proved this
supposition to be correct.
Last week two of our physicians,
Drs. Neff and Jacobs, were called to
see the unfortunate boy, and their
examinaiiou of him showed that his
mind at intervals was not right.
The boy on being questioned by the
physicians as to his reason for his
queer proceedings, in a rational
manner gave them as follows: The
horses lie harnessed up intending to
take them away; two of them he in
tended to leave at Pleasant Gap,
these his father would be apt to fiud
there and return home with them
and thus give him (the boy) time to
proceed to Centre Hull with the re
maining two and sell them, as they
had more horses than were needed.
Relative to the horse that stood
hitched all night in the sled, he said
he intended to take grain to Belle
fonte and sell it for what money he
could get, and then leave, and that
he did not wish to hitch in a wagon,
as that would have required two hor
ses, which was too much trouble ;
and about the flre in the barn, he
said he only wanted to see what they
would think and say about it, if it
As to the provision that disap
peared from the cellar, the boy said
be di I not use any butter nor cream
and that the things were of no use
anyway, and hence, he fed them to
the pigs. lie further said he knew
these things were not right, but that
he could not help it.
The boy, we are informed, will be
KOCH & STROUSE'S
Market Street Lewisburg, Pa
la the Ilead Quarters for
Heady Hade Clottyag.
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A larger stock can 1m found In our store
than In any other in L nioa county, and our
prices are from
15 to 40 per cent lower
th in those of other stores. Any person in
need of clothing will save from a day's to a
week's wages by calling at the
PHILADELPHIA CLOTHING BALL,
opposite Lewisburg National Bank,
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Late Chief Clerk of the Pobinaon
House, PiTTSBUitG, Feuua.
Only First Glass Hotel In
Bellefonte, 2-5-1 Pa.
DAN- F. BEATTY'
These remarkable instruments possess ea
pacitie for musical effects and expression
never efore attained, adapted t<r Amateur
and I i ofesiiouai, and an jrnameut in any
FXII IN QUALITY OF TONE. TH"H
OUG WORKMANSHIP, ELEGANT DE
SIGN AND FINISH
and Wonderful Variety of th air Combination
Vk- Beautiful new Centennial Styles now
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey. U. 8. A.
Prices of BOOTS, Snots. Garrsßs. Burr
KttS AND KrSBSKS.
Look at the following figures at
JACOB KAMP'S SBOE STORE
Men's Boots, only $1.75
Men's Boots, very best, only $8.50
Mens' Carpet Slippers, only 30
Mens' Hi st Rubber Over Shoes, 67
Wontens' Foxed fcalters, only $1.25
Womens' mi-v *litr s hoes, only $1.0?
Womens' best Rubber Over Shoes 4 •
Children's • " " 34
Boys', looths' and Children*'
Boots and Shoes, very low.
Chlldrens' Boat Button Shoes
Xos. 4to 7, with heels, only 75
Mens Calf Top Sole Boots, only ls.oo
Womens' Eld Button *hoes,only $2.00
Women's tiralned Button Shoes, $1.85
These prices are almost what the stock lu
these goods is worth, without the making.
I buy my goods only from Urge manuiactur
ers and for casu. This is why I can sell so
very low. BOOTS, SHOES ASD RUBB
ERS at WHOLESALE.
Give me a Call.
The Boot aud 8 oe M*n of Lock Haven.
np 1 Wtf'ftc K ikhra-
Messrs, Geo. P. Rowei &Co M (N. Y.)
Newspaper Reporter. says:
"Daniel F. Beatty, the organ builder, of
WashlNgton, N. J., presses forward with
From Win. Peol, Nlagai Falls. N. Y.
"Several months use of the elegent Parlor
rga n you sent me satisfies me that it is one
of the best made. t has a rich tone; its
various tones are most pleasant. most
heartily recommend your orggne for parlor
school, church or other use.
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
up<>n return of organ and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both wavs If
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five days,
rgan warranted for five years. Send for
extended list of testimonials before baying
WMfcln* srw JWHF, ft. ft.
SPRING ILLS 1B BKLLKKONTK
THOMAS A. HICKS & BRO.
Large and complete stock of Hardware, in all Branches.
' .. ' *•*•*.- j .
We have the only Revevsibie, Top Plate Cooking Stoves in the Market.
At Spring Mills
we have the Largest Stock of fook Stom ever seen in Pennsvalley.
Come and see our
KEYSTONE COOK STOVE.
It ia the Handsomest in the World.
OUR PRICES DEFY COMPETITION.
ARTIST AND PHOTOGRAPHER,
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of all stylo* and sizes finished in the highest
style known to the art
And Pictures painted
lr 911 Water Color. India Ink,
Particular attention given to onpying old
and faded pictures of deceased friends, col
orod If desired. In any of the altove oolora.
Great pains taken to insure to customers th"
best qualitv of work. I respectfully an
nouuee that I Introduce an the
NKW STYLES F PICT GRIM
as soon as any one and am prepared to pro
duee any piece of work In the most appror
ed fa* hi n. The public Is cordially tusrl ed
to call at my rooms and examine my work
whether thei desiie pictures or not A
liberal deduction on large orders. The larg
est an d best selected stock of PnwiN in
town always an hand. The urea test paint
taken to insure satisfaction to ny custom
crs. Don't forget the place: South Side Oj
H JAMES HARRIS & CO., .
Dealers in Hardware,
Ab. 5. Brockerhoff Row,
BELLEFOITTE, PA. j
STOLDBST HARDWARE STORK IN CENTRE CO.-* •!
Complete line of Hardware of all Kinds at the
The Celebrated Barley Sbeaf Coal Store & Anchor Beater
CALL AND SEE.
Glad Tiding to All!
IIAB OPENED A TAILORBHOP IN
Mais Street, Mileira Penaa.
Where he is now ready to satisfy all those
who will give him their trade in city style.
He Is a first-class Cutter and Fitter and as a
workman can not be surpassed. With close
attention to Business, he hopes to receive the
Patronage of this community and the count
All orders promptly filled and
all work guaranteed.
30-6 m JOHS B. FOB
DAV. I. BROWN,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
STOVEPIPE & TRIMMINGS
SPOUTING and FRUIT CANS.
Would respectfully inform the public that
he keeps on hand or makes to order
all Kinds of Tikwabb, ftTOva-
SPOUTING A SPECIALITY !S
always on hand.
Repairing done at
short noAfce. Having
some ben years experience
II I| ill 1' GRAND
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Washington, New Jersey, U. S. A.
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DANIEL F. BEATTY,
Washlngtoc, New Jcrsey, U. S. A
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Washington. New Jersey. U.S. A
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does NOT STAIN the SKIN, and Is easily
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mat* oval ojienlng and outsells anything
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teed. Two samples for 25 cent*, or six for'
5 cent Bend lo cents for grand Illustrated
catalogue with ohroiuo of Moonlight on the
Rhine, or SO cents for two Landscape and
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80, 6. Brorkeritftff Sow,
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A Full Stook of Goods of Superior Quality always on Hand.
CHAMOIS SKINS for 10 conta and upwards. CARRIAGE
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; age respectfully solicited
Late Immense Discoveries bv sfAKLET
added to the only com-
Life and Labors of Livingstone. .
"hisveteran explorer ranks among the
most heroic ft ures of the century, and this
book is one of the most attractive, fascinat
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Believing it to be BV FAR the best Parlor
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challenge any manufacturer to equal them.
The celebrated Golden Tongue Heeds in this
***** In conjunction with the Perfected
Heed Boards produce sweet, pure and now
erful toned. Huperb cases of new and eleeant
designs Ministers, teachers, churches
schools, lodges, etc., hould send for price
list and disoouuts.
Dealers will find it to their advantage I©
examine this instrument, t has improve
ments found in no other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Monev re fended
upon return of organ and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both ways if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of fire davs
Urgan warranted for six years. Apentsdis- '
count given every where kite no agent !
Agents wanted. Address,
DAMEL F. BEATTY,
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WATCHES II JEWELRY ! !
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JtOItJTV'JSr JOLJb. so extensively worn in Paris, was first discovered in 1870, by Om
celebrated Frenc clw mist . toons. 11. Be Lai te, who manufactured it into Jewelry, and
for five years sold It to the. leading Jewelers o* Parte for SOLID GOLD, In IS7&, when his
secret euame k-SJwn, ten of the nianufact lag Jeweleis established a stock company,
with a capital ottgt'.WKftio f"t the purpnseof n nufactuiing ROMAISIR GOLD JEWEL
RY A XT) WA TfflES With ths immense - nital, and the aid of improved machinery
they are enabled to produce all the latent patter < of jewelry at less than one tenth of Bof
id Gold, and of a quality aud color which makes'l impossible even for experts to detect It
from the genuine.
We hat* secured the excfwsfre apencp of the VMted State* and Canada, for the sale of
all good* manufactured from this metal, and in order to introduce them iu the most speedy
manner, have put unassorted sample lots as.glrei below, which we will sell at on-tmih
the retail value until January Ist, 187 S. Head toe list.
One Gent's Watch knin retail price 1.00
One pair Engraved sleeve Buttons re. nr. 75
One Bione Set Scarf Pin " 75
One set (3) spiral Shirt Studs, " " 75 |
One improved shirr Collar Button, " " 55 l
Oue heavy plain Wedding Ring. 1 25
Total t5 00
For 5 ce nta we will send above six articles
SI .00 LOT.
Oue pair Sleeve Buttons, stone netting.
One set (8) Spiral Shirt Studs.
One heavy bond Engagement King.
One set (2) Engraved Bracelets.
One lAdles' Long Guard or Neck Chain. • -
One Engrs ved Miuiatur Locket for the above.
< me Gent's Heavy Link Watoh Chain,
oue Lake George Diamond Stud.
One Lad'es' Neck Chain and Charm.
Oue Indies? Heavy Guard Chain for Wa ch.
One set Pin and Ear Kings, Ai ethyst
One extra flue Miniature toicket.
One Cameo Seal King.
One very heavy Wedding or Engagement ring
fine Gent's heavy Watch Chain with Charm. .
One rair Pearl Inlatd Sleeve Buttons.
One 1 Ake George Cluster Fin.
One pair (2> heavv band Bracelets.
The retail price of the articles in each sample lot amounts to exactly ten times the
price we ask for the lot; for example our |l.oo lot retails for iLOO; our $5.00 lot for 15.00.
SOILD ROMADTC HOLD HUKTINQ-CASE WITCH FEEL
To any one aendlt g us an order for the above lots Iw express to the amount of |l5OO
we will send FREE one ttolid itomaine Gold Huntintf-CaseWateh Gents* or Ladies* size
warranted to Iteep perfect time an t look equ illy as well as a tl. gold watch. By matt
postpaid, *15.50. This is our BEST OFFKK to AGENTS, and Is wot h atrial, a* the watch
alone will sell or trade readllv for from *2.00 to *5, Gents' or Ladies' Watch alone, Iff orp
with a Heavy Gent's Gold Pattern Vest Chain and Charm, or Ladies' Opera Chain with
slide and tassel.
REMEMBER:— This offer only holds good until Jan. Ist, 1878. After that time we
shall sell only to Jobbers and Wholesale dealers, and any .one wishing our goods will then
have to pay fall retail prices
Romaine 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 arejnade in the lateatgold pattern*.
WUI guarantee satisfaction in every instance, or refund money.
Send money bp P. a. Money Order, or Registered letter, AT OUR RISE. V*
goods sent C. O. D. unless at least *5. accompanies the order. Address tfaiady,
W. F. EVANS, & CO. Sole Agt's for U.S., and Canada,
M * W Oeeth ark Iwwt, Cbfoero, fit.
fstabl aiied ism.
WEI TINS IKES
The best in the Market.
J t Blnek firncol Ink A Bp rlnllty.
Foa Hals ar all Laasrao Statjomers and „
HARBISON INK GO.
9 Murray St. N. T.
We wish an agent male or female, In each
town of this county, to get aft Clubs among
families, hotels, factories. Ac.. for the tula
of our Teas, an<l will offer very flb.-ral cum
mtsslons to ouclt. We have been Importers
of Teas for over 20 years, and can afford to
send, and we will send a better article for
Uie money than any other hou.se In Kew
York. Our Teas are put up In one pound
packages, with the name and pi Ice pi luted
Address, for terms and blank form for
LONDON* NEW YORK CHINA TEA CO.,
r. O. 80*574. No. 2C Church at, New 1 otlt
, THE HOST POPULAR,
Because the mod resonatrie store In Bed*,
foute Is that of
S. & A. LOEB.
_ , * ~ ' i*' ' C■ -
We deal in all kinds of Ccneral Merchas- I
dise and have Jmt received urn
which;ia bow belug <44 at
Remarkably Low Prices
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Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots & Shoes,
One Ladles' Opera Guard Chain.
One Ladies Neck Chain and Cross.
One Beautiful Locket, (engraved}, }
One pair Band Bracelets,
One Gent's Twist Link Vest Chain & Charm.
One pair Onyx Sleeve Buttons,
i One set (3> Onyx Shirt Studs. . <
Oue new improved Collar Button.
One extra cut Cameo Seal Riog.
One Arizona Solitaire Stud.
(Hie set Amethyst or Topaz Pin ft Ear Deep#
One Indies* Chemise Button. '
Oue Onto King, stamped 18 K. .
• |,OT,' .* . "
One Ladles' Opera Chain.* with tilde and
tassel, (retail price <5.00)
n (Gent's heavy Watch Chain, with Curb
charm, (retail price, gs.au.)
One ladies' heavy long Neck Chain.
One elegant Chased Miniature Locket for ate
One set Cameo Medalton Fin and Ear Drop*.
One pair (2) heavy Chased Band Bracelets.
One Gent a Solitaire Diamond Stud:
One Gent's Cluster Diamond Pin. '
One pair Amethyst or Onyx Sleeve Button
One set (8) Studs to match Uc above.
One elegant heavy set Cameo Seal fthig.
One Massive Baud or Weeding King,
j One new' patent 'Cotlai Button. ,v ■
One Ladies' Chemise Button.
One Amethyst or Topaz Ring, (extra ftnteh.