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THURSDAY, DEC. 18. 1879.
THE WTI.T.HEIM JOURNAL
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WAITER * DEiiftxcna,
Wi l 1 '.Li.. !-■■!. "*" I L i I
IM & Simla? School Directory.
AVk. S. Deinitxger, /Yeacharge
IWV.C P. "Delulngpt will preach ncxtSuuday
mar n In t—German.
•knday School, 2P. at,—O. L. Zerby, supt.
4#p. W. 9L Whttney, PreacAvr-ln-cAaryr,—
Trenching next Sunday evening.
Sanday School, IP. M.,—D. Klmport, supt.
The charge ) at present.without a pastor.
Met. John Landit, Preacher-Hi-thorpe.—
An*. John lbmllneon, Potior
(.'emmunlon services at 9t. Paul's church
nest Sunday morning. English preaching la
Aaronsburg at o'clock P. M.
Halted Sunday School, 9 a. k.-B. O.
Lofte & Society Directory,
MUlheCan Lodge. No. 985. I. O. O. P. meets in
\ieirliaft, Penn Street, every Saturday evening.
It. A. &VKILLK*. Sec. R. H . HaRTMAN. N. G.
Trcsidenee Grange. No. 217 P. of H.. meets in
Alexander biock on the second Saturday of
mch MMiuk a£<?■,'. r. M.. and on the fourth Sa
turday of each mouth at IS p- *-
U. * Trust fiec. A. O. Delningcr, Master.
The Mtl|h<4m B. * L. Association meets In
tl*e Pens street school house ou the evening of
the second Monday of each month.
A. Walts*. Roe. B. O. Deiningkr. Prest.
The MlUbAss Cornet Band meets in the
Town Hall on Monday aud Thursday evenings.
.P. P. Otto, Met.. a. P. U artek, Pres t.
AUllheim Escort of Co. 8., sth Beet.. X. G..
ketdKAelr drill meeting on the seeona story of
Block, every Tuesday and Friday
Washington, D. C. Dec. 13. 1879.
The mast significant event of yester
da? was the wfusal of the Senate Fi
nance Committee to take up for con
plderation Senator Bayard's resolution,
withdrawinglrom greenbacks the legal
tedder,quality. In terms the Commit
tee decided net to consider the measure
until-After the holiday recess. Proba
bly action will be delayed long after
cka xncess. The workinar democrats of
the Housut&nd Senate do not wish the
subject to be agitated. Neither do the
The desire 1 to get through necessary
wort and adjourn was shown, too, in
the passage yesterday of the Pension
and Fortidcation Appropriation bills.
Each was slightly increased oyer the
amounts of last year,—the former ne
cessarily, perhaps, but the latter with
out any sufficient reason—yet even the
sternest economists among the mem*
bers raised no objection. lam of cpin
iou the other appropriation bills when
they come up, will be disposed of with
almost equat celerity, and that we shall
have what will surprise the oldest 1n
habitant —an adjournment early in
There have been two propositions be
fore Congress to turn over to educa
tional institutions certain unclaimed
monies of colored soldier*. It is diffi
cult to see how this can properly be
done. The law provides that such
monies shall revert to the United
States. The growing of the half mil
liou in question would not in any sense
be different from a clear gift by Gov
ernment of so much to the schools
named in the bills.
Both Houses have acted favmably on
the resolution authorizing the Secreta
ry of the Interior, through the com*
misjion of live persons, or directly, to
enter into an agreement with peaceful
Utes Indians to give up their lands in
Colorado and settle in some place out
of that State and out of the Indian
Territory. The same reasons mention
ed in the beginning of this letter ii-ay
prevent discussion of the Indian ques
tion at length during this session, but
if it becomes apparent that the session
will extend beyond May the whole sub
ject will come up, and a vote readied
on the proposed transfer of the Indian
Bureau to the War Department and
the opening of the Indian Ter. to set
It seems to lie settled that Mr. Hayes
will appoint Ex-Goy. Bullock, of Mas*
aachusetts, Minister to England. ,No
new n.une is mentioned for the Russian
. Proposed Constitutional Amend
ments meet with little fayor with this
Congress. It will take a century ap
parently, for the Courts to decide just
what the lately adopted amendments
mean, and a great number of Congress
men seem anxious to add to the confu
It is entirely unfair that two of the
Radical repeaters in Philadelphia
should be punished, while mauy others
of the same ilk go scot free. Of course
they should not have confessed to vot
ing eight times for the Radical candi
dates, but it may be pleaded in mitiga
tion that they were drunk when they
so confessed. Let the pardoning pow
• r I.* ev-rcho.l forthwith.
The gladsome day that is celebrated
throughout Christendom as the anni
versary of the Saviour's birth, is again
near at hand and it becomes us to cele
brate it in a proper manner. As Christ
mas is, or at least should he, a day of
joy, in a marked and peculiar sense, so
it shoild tie made a dav of pleasure te
all, especially to the young and the
If Any religious services bo had—and
these are eminently fitting—they should
largely partake of the nature ef praise
and thanks meetings. The services
should be entirely different from the
ordinary routine of religious meetings.
Least of all should there he any lengthy
sermons or addresses.
The custom of holding Sunday School
festivals is a very beautiful and com
mendable one. Many persons dou'kt
the practical and lasting good of these
entertainments, but we are not among
the number. The results of these fes
tivals, if properly conducted, are cer
tainly worth all the money aud labor
they cost, although the fact may not
always "be very apparent.
Family re-unions and festivals
should be more encouraged, on Christ
mas. Our social Qualities and family
feelings should 'be more thoroughly de
veloped. All the children, if possible,
should surround the parental table, and
join in the Christmas dinnet. Every
one should be made to feel that this is
pie-eminently the season of "good will
torwaed men." The historic ChrHttras
Tree should DOC be wanting, and the
beautiful custom of making presents
should be well practiced by all.
The man who at this particular season
would refuse or neglect to prepare his
family some little pleasure—who would
not remember his wife and children with
at least a few little presents, must in
deed be a very callous or gruff fellow.
Nor is it doing enough to favor-eur
own families only, with kindnesses and
presents ; it is our duty also, to look
around us and aid such as are in sick
ness, distress or want. This is a duty
devolving upon us that we cannot
shirk or evade. We must not revel
in luxury and at the same time forget
those that suffer around us. We cele
brate the anniversary of the birth day
of Him who was the best friend of the
poor, and who so pointedly reminds us
that "the jxx>r you have always with
If we speud the holidays in an un
satisfactory or improper manner it will
be both our fault and our misfortune ;
hut if,we try to do some good to our
fellow meu—if we succeed to spread
sunshine and blessing around us, we
can with sincere hearts sing like the
angels did at tne mrtn or oar clear
vior : Glory to God in the highest , and
on earth peace, good uill toxcard men.
That ignorant and benighted city,
Boston, down in Massachusetts, elected
a Democratic mayor last week, by near
ly 2000 majority. Carry the news to
Eev. Dr. John Hall, of New York is
said to have received about SIO,OOO in
wedding fees during the present year.
Senator Don Camerou is to be the
chairman of the Republican National
Committee, vice Cornell, who was elec
ted Governor of New York.
A KIND REQUEST. It is now again
the season of the year when people icho
have system in their business, pay their
small debts, among which is thcxr news
paper subscription. Now please don't
forget us. Our exjyenses are heavy and
constant, our subscription pi-ice very low
and it is absolutely necessary that tee
should be paid regidarly. It is the time
of the year % too , when men havemony ex
traordinary expenses, preparatory for
Winter. So please don't forget us when
you come to town. Just see how you can
please us by the payment of a few dol
—Business is booming at the JOUR
NAL BOOK and STATIONERY STORE.
Everybody comes to see the Five Cent
Counter , and of course everybody sees
"just exactly" one or several articles
that they have been wanting this long
time. All buy something, of course they
do —and when the others come they
buy too. But the five cent counter is not
the only attraction. We keep a num
ber of articles that can not be had any
where else in the valley, of which we
can now enumerate but a few, such as
Family Bibles, Pocket Bibles, Full line
of Stationery, Java Canvass, Honey
comb Canvass, Photo. Albums, Auto.
Albums, Knitting Cotton, Splints,
Full line of Zephyrs, Mucilage, Blank
Books, Law Blanks, Games, A. B. C.
Blocks, Chromos, Mottoes, German
town Wool, Walking Canes, &c. &e.
CALL AND SEE.
—Nearly everybody that goes to
Lock Haven stops at the Mammoth
Bee Hive store, to buy a supply of dry
goods ; and if people go there once they
are sure to "call again", so pleased are
they with the popular Bee Hive, its
gentlemanly proprietor and all that
hang around and about the establish
ment. We have heard many people
say that the Bee Hive in all its make
up and departments Is the boss store of
Lock Haven, and this corresponds ex
actly with our own experience. See
the monster advertisement in another
Tlie gt >rious holidays draw nigh
WiMti festive feelings will run high,
Ad tin keys, that escaped alive
The slaughter of Thanksgiving Day
Will not so easily survive
Thecamagediroof Christmas. They,
Poor turkey ! that have gobbled up
Full many a grain of yellow c*>rn,
Will then in turn be gobbled up
The fate of millions yet tinhorn !
Pour forth the wine !—but not thesort
Squoez*J from the belly of thegrsipo,
For that might land you in a scrape
And rob you of the huer sport ;
Friendship, good feeling be its name,
And generously lot it run
And driuk it down till every one
Grows warm and glowing with the
Till soul shall ebb and flow with soul.
Till heart shall melt aud mix with
And every individual part
Shall vanish in the perfect whole.
Ay, load the tables till they groan
Beneath the weight of festive cheer,
And pass the last days of the year
In dance aud song of merry tone ;
But oh, while your own hearts are
And your own fires are burning
Do not forget the suffering poor
Who through the winter muse endure
Distress of hunger aud of cold
Of which tiie half has not been told.
Act now from principles of love,
Not from a selflsh policy,
And let your christian charity
Shine warmer than fcbe sun above.
Rebersburg, Dec. lath.
A GOOD HOME AT PUBLIC SALE.—The okl
home ste.vl of Hie lute ('apt. lienry Smith,
situate in Pen in* Valley. mlilwuy between Ml I
helin and Spring Mills, half a mile north of the
turn pike toad, and 21$ miles from the rail r ad.
containing in all lsOacrea, more or less, will be
o tie red at public sale on the premises, on
satukdw, Not cm ecu jptu, is? I .'.
Immediate possession can be had.
About i*o acres of timberiand, on Brush
mountain, easy of access will be sold in lots to
suit purchasers. The remaining MO acres, of
which 35-4b ucies are cleared and under culti
vation, and at least as much more eau bo clear
ed. will be sold together.
Tbere are two dwelling houses, a pood bank
barn aud other outbuilding* on the premises.
A fine never-falling spring is convenient to
house and h irn. A large variety of fruit—ap
ples, nears. peaches, plums, cbemes, grapes. &c.
are also on the ground. Altogether it is a very
A Jot of household goods wtll also be sold at
the same time and place.
Sale to commence at lo o'clock of said day, when
terms and conditions w ill he m ade known by
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
administration on the estate of Samuel
Sivels, late of Millhcira. county of Centre, ami
state of Pennsylvania, having la-en granted to
the undersigned,all persons knowing themselvea
indebted to said estate are hereby requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims, to present them dntv authenticated for
settlement. J. 11. Rkiphnyukk.
and how to obtain them. PampUle*
ft-ee, upon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMORE, SMITH & CO.
X>ifritri of PalcttU,
AVar Patent < 'JJice, ii'tttkioyton, It, C.
Pennsylvania Co] lege,
TIIIJ flrst Term ;oI t'lie u'xt Collefiate rear
, SEPTEMBER J-th, IS7O.
I Tho Faculty ofthc Inatttnti.n is fill'. Tho
1 couisc of Instruction I* liberal an.l thorough.
, The location la most pieman t and healthv, in
the midst of an intelligent md moral commu
nity. and accessible by Railroad trains three
times a tiny.
The Preparatory Department
which is under the direct supervision of the Fa
culty. has been re-organized, and furnishes
thorough instruction for bovs and youug nice
. preparing for Business or College classes. Sitt
dents i'i this department are under the special
> care of ofticers who reside with them In the
For fuither information or Catalogues, ad
M. VALENTINE, D. l>.
President of College, or
PROF. P. M. BIKLK,
Princiiial of Prep. l>cpt.
Gettysburg, Pa., .July 19. 1379.
' Window Shades,
OFFICE AND STORE
956 North Second Strcc
943 St. John Street,
First Class Work and
Country Trade Respectfully
(P-BOOTS & SHOES-a
B. FRANK. KISTER,
lias Just opened a Boot.& Shoe Shop,
near Foote's Store,
where lie Is prepared to do all kinds of work in
his line, from men's coarse boots up toiadiey
cloth top button gaiters, at prices to suit the
times. Repairing promptly attended to. A
share of the public patronage respectfully so
licited. 30-3 m
| TUIQ DADCD nmybo FOUND ON FLLO I F Oco.P.
I FLLO R FIR EH ROWELL & OO'S NOWSPAPOR A<l ■
vprtiain* Bureau (lOSiimee BM.where advertising
eontrscfsniny mane for |i J% \ ENV VORR.
MARBLE W ORES.
Deiainger & Masser
Tliis old and popular establishment
i 8 prepared to do all work in
their line in a Htylo equal
to any in Central
that defy competition.
of all sizes, styles and prices made
.on short notice.
The proprietors hope, by
to merit the continued confidence of
their patrons, and
tf the publicjat laige.
Shops east of Bridge,
procured tor solder* dlsHbleri in U. 8. service
by reasons of w. unrfs and other CRiide*.
All pcnslonadate bck to day of discharge.
Tension* increased. Address with stamp,
STODDART & CO.,
42—t • No. 913 t. St. N. W. Washington. 1). Q.
VH£ REST OF ALU
Unrivaled in Appearance,
Unparalleled in Simplicity,
Unsurpassed in Construction,
Unprecedented in Popularity,
And Undisputed in the Broad Claim
CP nml TVt
FSRT BEST OPERATIKO
yfOMWST C2X,LX7U3 t
Host Perfect Sewing Machini
IN THB WORLD.
The greet popularity of the White Is the Mi em
nfnclna tribute to l( excellence and superiority
ever other machines. and In sebmitttof It to the
trede • put It upon its merits, and ia no Intones
iaKsfever >8t U ts Mtuf f tn > reeemeeedatlea
The demand for the Whtta has Increased to soeh
M extent that we are new eecqveUed to turn nut
dL Cozxxplwtw ffwTvrl Tiar >-*>
mrvrnxy thrmo rr> tnixtew in
the <3.a3r to mixTpply
Every machine is warranted far 3 yaan, and
sold tor e-h at liberal dicoants,or upon easy
payments, to suit the convenience at customers.
WAOXJTT3 VASTD IV OBOOCTniP XHUTOIT.
WHITE SEWING MACHINE CO?
IB 868 Euclid Ave.. Cleveland. Otoe.
NICHOLS, SHEPARD & CO.,
Battle Creek, Mich.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
THE Matchless flrata-SaTine. Time-Saving,
sod Money-R.w lng Thiwehrr* of thin day and fenera
tion. Beyond all rivalry tor Sapid Work, Perfect Cluati|,
and tor Saving Orala from WMtafi.
STEAM Power Thrrthrrn a Specialty. Special
•ties of Separators mads cxpreedy for Rteam Power,
OUR Unrivaled Steam Threaher Englaee,
both PoriaMo and Traction, with Valuable Improve
ments, tor beyond any other maka or kind.
THE ENTIRE Threshing Expense* (and often
thre* to Ore tlm-t that amount! can bo mads by ths
Bitra Grain SAVED by these Improved Machines.
£LRAIN Raisera will not sobmlt to the enor-
W mous wastage or Grain and Urn inferior work done by
all other machines, when once posted on ths difference.
NOT Only Vastfy Superior fbr Wheat, Oata,
Barley, Rye, and like Oralns, but the Ohlv Huooe in
fill Thresher in Klax, Timothy, Millet, Clover, and like
Heeds. Requires DO • attachment* " or "rtb.Uding" to
obang* from Grain to Seed*.
IN Thorough Workmanship, Elegant Finish,
Perfection of Parts, Completeness of Equipment, etc.,
our •• VuKATua" Thresher Outfits are Incomparable.
MARVELOUS ftr simplicity efßartg, using
less than oao-hulf the nsual HelU and Gears. Makea
Clean Work, with no Uttering* or Scatterings.
rOUB Sizes of Separators Made, Ranging
from Six to Twolve-Horse sise, and two stylos of Mount- !
®d Horse Powern to match.
TtOB ParttonUra, CaD on onr IWlers or '
™ writ to us fbr IliOfOT Circular, which at mail tree.
HIGHEST & BEST AWARD
And Ornnd Medal of Honor.
Economy, Durability and Rapidity
combined with perfect work,
Are Dislinguiahing Features of the
Giant Farm and Warehouse Fans,
A. P. DICKEY,
Now having many late improvement*, they are fully
equal to evety <lcmar.il; cleaning a'.l kinds of (train,
Peat, Meant, Castor Means, Corn and Small Sred.
Thny grade VVhe.it perfectly by once handling. Sep
arate Oats (rum Wheat, Barley and Kye. They have
very perfect arrangements for cleaning Timothy,
Clover, Flax Seed, Orchard Crass, and all other
Small Seeds 'l'hcy l?holf perfectly, tmd combine
every qualification required IJ do the best work in
die shortest time.
Warehouse, as well as Farm Mills, are largely cne
etructed, both kinds requiring nine sire* to accom
modate the demand, ana giving a capacity effrom 50
to 500 bushels per hour, according to sire of mill.
They arc shipped, boxed fir ocean transportation,
and "set up" or "knocked down" for forwmdmg
inlard, as requested; and in all case' put free on
board Can or Steamer. Orders ftUcJ same day aa
Mills shipped "knocked down" go for half the
freight charged as when frrwarded "set up." Oleo
graphs and Circulan supplied on application. Prices
will he quoted Inu and cn liberal terms. Coffee
Be sure and send for Catalogie and inquire for
Taylor dk Farley fjfWmHf
CABINET ORGAN, IK^
BEFORE PURCBASINO ANY ORGAN.
NONE SUPERIOR AND RUT FEW KOTTAT.
SOTWISO SHODDT, AID PBICES LOW. £>3R5$S|R
MANUFACTORY AT WORCESTER, Mast.
Centennial World's Fair, 1876/
MNNIJOMISJJ QUNMNU AM M
Their eonpinttT* excsllsac* u rwontMl to
•to in'JfM hi their from whtoh the
fsUowliif to an txirut:
*!Tha SHOM.VOKE OROAIf 00/S
exhibit as tits best lutraoMsu si s
pries rendering them possible to s tores class
of pnrehuere, bevlnf e combination si Seeds
sad Bells,prodnoln < novsl sad pleeelne effects,
soatslalof man? dssfrtbl* improTsmtn's, will
stand tongsr la dry sr CsapoUmsts, less Usbto
to est sutof order, all lbs boards teing mads
bree-Jy, pnf tofether so It Is fmootsibls for
th-nabo either shrink, swell or split.** TUB
OHLT UttOiNl AWAADKD THIS
This Medal and. Award was mated after the
Boat severs oo is petition of lbs beet makers,
before one * tie most eoaapotent Juries
Raw Styles sad prices jest lssned. which m
Seooordanoe with ettr rule, the BBbT (MU
AM for the least money.
We are prepared to appoint a few new ApffMs.
Dlaatrated Cstslofuss msflerf, peat-paid, ea
B. SHONINGER ORGAN D,
•V to Itt CHMTWUT BTBXBT*
Sit Bitot, Com.
WILBER'S DIRECT DRAFT
THE LIGHTEST DRAFT MOWER. 1
THE CHEAPEST MOWER.
THE LARGEST MOWER.
THE BEST MOWERJNTHE WORLD.
The T.nr-ha It euperlor to any ildc-cnt machine J ,t<t mi er
mr h* Id uk. HARRIS I,KWIB,
rrwldml of New York Dairymen's A MO.
The ruling of the pratt rul with the Kurekn Mower it more
net ut rapid then eller the tide-cut machine*.
GEORGK "W. HOFFMAN,
Pretident Ftrmert' Club, Elmira, N. Y.
Vhe Eureka Mowor It the very bett irt ever taw, and there It
ae tide-cut mower that can compare with 11 in any retpect. ■
V. F_ FIOLLBT,
State Grange Lecturer, Wytox, P.
The manner In which It leaves the cut pra, lnnte and open
to the tun and wind ready for drying,putt the Kuraka far ahead Xt
of an/machine I ever uted. B. LAFORTE, Atylum, Pa-
Manufsetured by EUREKA MOWER CO. Towands, !
Bradford County, Pa. Correspondsncs soßpftsd. < rp
Wrcwlirt mafltn f>n spplicsHon. ■—"w *
Immense. ■ Immense. • 1 Immense.
ON EXHIBITION NOW AT THE
I BEE HIVE"]"
Have Just Opened the Third Stock for
Fall and Winter of 1879.
Never has there been shown in any store in Lock Haven such a
Stock of Dry Goods as can now be seen at the Bee Hive,
and at prices that will astonisn everybody.
The Dress Goods Department;
Which we in alto. Our Great Speciality, is Truly lnimene *.
°™ inch wide French I>itm Goods, sold ull through the soason at * 2.23/ uow sold at
One lot 4ti Incfi Real Camel Hair Cloth sold at #2 now *1 per yard—all colon*.
One lot double with Cloth Suiting sold at f 1 now sol i :t tk) cents. •
500 yard* all wool Cashmere, full double width, lu all the new shades, sold at CO oeata now
offered at 45 cents.
500 yard* all wool Twilled Dress Goods sold at 50 cents now offered at 33 cents— a great
One lot French Double Weight Cashmere, sold at $1 now offered at W cts.—all color*.
1500 yards Black Cashmeres all wool, from 40 cents per yard, up-cheaper than any storo In
Central I ennsvlvanla will or can sell them.
aOW wn(s MhmerW ' aU stu<les a,,d color b all Wo(!l Ailing, sold at 12% cents,
1500' yards Erocade Drew. beautlfnl colors. 10 cents a yard. sold at I*% and 1 5 cents.
value'wiuTtbe of* uuc l' Stripes at 10 and 12% cents, way below their
Back and Colored Silks, Black and Colored Silk Velvets,
Fancy Trimming Silks and Velvets In this sec |>n of the slate.
The largest stock of I-idtes, Misses a d Children's Coatings and Sackings Black Beavers
Diagonal and Strip*! Coatings to be found In Lock Haven. at great tanking. Beaverß '
An Immense Stock of Ladic's Ready-Made Coats,
Bought at a great bargain and will he sold much below their value. Kvervbody should see
the great bargains In these goods.
Our stock of Flannels. Blankets. Ladle's *k!rts. Shawls. Men and Bov*' Cassimer*. Shirting
Bed and While Marinet. Table Linens. Tickings. Ginghams. Toweling. Canton V.annels'
Bleached ami Unbleached VusFins, Wide Sheet ings and Pillow Case Muslins are simply
the largest ever shown In this cltv. at vervlow prle"S.
11l Stockings. Gloves. Haimkerchiers Nubias. Hoods. Corsets. Bushings, Ties Buckskin Gloves
and Mittens, and everjthlng In the No ion line, comprising the largest and cheapest stock in
Centra! Bennsvlvanl. We make this season a irrent speciality In Sflk Fringes, in colors and
Mack. Have an Immense stock In Ladles, Misses. Children's. Men's and Boys' Undershirts and
Drawers, we can undersell everybody. Just received a new lot of CARerrs. in 3-ply, 2-nly and
Ingrain. Mattings Oil Cloth*, for floor and table. Cotton Rati*. C-trpt Chain. Ac.. Ac. Also an
other lot of S.ftm yards good fast-color dauk calico, the b**t in this city at vouu ckcts, 4 cts. 4
cts. 4 cts. a vnd.
The Hot- ftlve is the leading Dry Goods Store of Loek Haven. It keeps the greatest variety
of goods to select from. It kimps on!v tlrst-das* poods, i* enabled to sellfthern cheaper tha .
any oilier store on account of the great quantity, but whiehlrmables us -olrav much cheaper
than small stores, ami en-ibles us to sell them at a profit and bo fully as cheap as the goods
cost them. Let everybody rail I early and be convinced that we onlv advertise facts, and that
large stores |k the B m Hive can otTer decided advantages over every competitor. The Great
Bee Hive I>rv Goods Store, G5 Main Street, Ixark"Haven, Pa,
I* I* EVERETT*
All Orders by Mail will rem Prompt and Immediate Attnt&i.
YOUR IFATRONAGE SOLICITED
'"East. Lewisburg Lumber & Manufacturing Company,*
Flooring, Siding, p Moulding, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Verandas and all other kinds of Building
BEING provided with amp'.e facilities, the latest and most improved machinery, and:
the best mechanical skill, we are prepared to execute all orders prowuU*. and in the
very best manner.
Wc give special attention to the furnishing ot Material for the bet'
ter grs des of
HOUSE BUXLDEN" Gk
Also, to the manufacture of SCHOOL OFFICE and CHURCH FURNITURE,.
SUNDAY SCHOOL, and PRIVATE BOOK CASES.
FACT(Hi 1-FABT LW l'K. IEBBIT BBON.
N. 8.-We can send Materials to Coburn or Spring Mills at cheap freight*. 2&-ly
!! A New Announcement!!
235 MARKET STREET,
As usual, always the CHEAPEST and FIRST in
. the field with ALL THE NOVELTIES
OF THE SEASON.
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
.A Complete Stock of LADIEIS' and MISSES'
HATS AND BONNETS.
Feathers, Velvets, Silks, Satins and Ribbons
in all Shades.
N&fmoes &E9 Faxer Gw©&.
CORSETS AND HOSIERY A
GLOVES, RUCHES, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Ladies' and Childrens' Underwear.
A.ll Styles of Dress Buttons, Towels, Table Covers. Germantown Wool, Saxo
ny Wool, Zephyrs, Jewelry and Perfumery, Woolen Soawls^
Sacks, aud Hoods, Ladies* and Misses* Furs, &c„ Ac.
A arge Stock of Ladies' Ready-mad
Goats from 32.50 up.
OUR FIVE CENT COUNTER
tepleuished and New Attractions Constantly Added. Picture and Motto
Frames, &c., &c., &c., &c., &c.
16PA. comparison of our Prio s will convince any one that we sell about FIF-
T PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.