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WALTER * DEIMVOKIt,
CM & Sunday Sclool Director?.
fiev. CI P. Deininoer, —
ltev. W. If. Hartmuu will preach next sun
Sunday School, 2P. v.—D. L. Zerby, supt.
Hev. W. H. Whitney, Prmcher-[n-charge,—
Preaching next Sunday erecting.
Sunday School, 1 r. it.,— supt.
The charge is at present without a pastor.
jRw. John Land!*, Preacher-incharge.—
7?er. John Tomllnson, PaMor.—
Communion services in Aarons'ourg ne> t
Sundav morning In German, and in the eve
ning In English. Preparatory services, Ratur
day morning in German. Also English preach
ing in MlUheim at 2& P. M. It is expected that
Rev. W. 12. Fisher will be p;-escut to assist
Tnlted Sunday School, 0 A. M.— B. O.
Lcdae & Society Direstory.
kliilltcim Lodge, No. 955, I. O. O. F. meets in
heir hall, PennStreet, every Saturday evening.
U. A. Bcmuxer, See. R. . HARTMAN, N. G
Providence Grange. No. 217 P. of H.. meetsin
Alexander s block on the second Saturday of
each month at 6}£. p. M.. and ou the fourth Sa
turdav of each month at lk e m-
P. L.ZKBBT. See. A. O. Pelidnger. Master.*
The Mlllheisn P. & L. Association meets in
the Penn street school house on the evening ot
the second Monday of each month.
A. WALTER. Sec, B. O. DEINISUEU, PresL
The MtUheim Comet Band meets in the
Town Hall on Monday and Thursday erenings.
V. T. OTTO, sec.. i. F. IIARTEK, Prcs't.
Millhcim Escort of Co. R, sth Regt., N. G..
l.old their drill meeting on the second story ot
Alexander's lilock, every Tuesday and Friday
New United * States
IBcnMOKD, Va., Dec. 16.—The joint
vote to-<kiy on United States senator
was, Ma hone 79, Withers 53, Wick
'lmm .vDaniel 1 > necessary to a choice
?0. Tfe two houses will meet in joint
sssion tomorrow aud declare Mahone
Onr WnibliiKton JLetter.
- c - I>ec - 271 IS7? -
Mr. Hayes vre&t lo_ IMiodo Island
*:<1 the Governor of that state halted Mm as
the sun, at whose rising, stars, and p!s?ts,
and comets and other things bid their head*'
and tails, or in words of that kind, I have be
lieved that the Geveruor was born to greatness,
end would achieve it. and would also have it
thrust on him. Now he is mentioned for the
Hussion Miassion. He earued it by that iramor
f i! speech of welcome.
The English mission is, it is said, held for
Stanley Matthews, in case be is defeated by
Garivld for the United States Senate. This will
give* Ohio the French and English missions,
but Minister Noyes is away from France neatly
alUhe whole time, and Is not much of a minis
ter anyway. Under the peculiar civil service
reform idea* of Mr. Hayes .t may be that a very
bad minister is no minister at all.
Governor Garcelon of Maine, is reported by
the dispatches of this mornina as likely to sub
not to the Supreme Court of the state certain
questions :is to the legality of his acts in issu
ing certificates of election to the legislature to
persons who apparently received a minority of
votes. -This is to be done, it is said, at the re
quest of Republican politicians. I have some
knowledge of Governor Garcelon's character,
and do not believe he will do anything of the
the kind. He will be ail tie less likely to do so,
now that his legal authority ns Governor has
ncetr reslstdd by those who inake the demand
Gen. Grant will reach this city to-day. There
v. ill be in public leception, ilie authoritative
notice of his coming being too short, but an of
ficer of the law will meet him at the depot and
serve papers in the suit against him of certain
holders of Metropolitan church bohtu>. At the
tlra" parson Newman built this beautiful church,
and the congregation in debt lor most of it,
bonds were issued aud Grant was made one of
the trustees. The holders of the bouda want
The return of Captain James Ends from
Europe, where he has examined carefully the
means used for the improvement of navigation
on tho principal rivers, insures the early pre
.sen tat ion to Congress of a plan of Improve
ments for the Mississippi. Captain Eads re
jsirts that he wax received with extreme court
esy by the authorities wherever he went aud
th.t great interest was manifested in the ob
jects of his mission. Ho is, after a careful ex
amination of the Suez Canal more tlu?u ever
convinced that the canals proposed across the
Istnmus are impracticable and that his own
scheme for a railroad to convey vessels from
sea to sea is the one that must be adopted.
According to official returns received here,
the iron interests of the country, even more
than the agricultural are '•booming." The
present and prospective demand is such that
existing means of supply are wholly insufficient.
Foundries long closed have been opened and
new ones are being started.
THE STATE APPROPRIATION FOR
SCHOOLS. —The Schwl Journal for De
cember says : "Xo money can yet be
had with which to pay the State appro
priation to the school districts. Of the
million dollars due for the school year
ending Jdnelaat, not a dollar has been
paid.; It is hoped this condition of af
fairs'will not last much longer, but no
one is at present able to say when it
will end. All concerned may rest as
sured, however, that the warrants will
lie sent as soon as the State Treasurer
is able or willing to cash tliem." This
deficiency in the supply of funds to
keep the district treasury in good con
dition, makes it incumbent upon tax
collectors to finish up their school du
plicates as promptly as possible, other
wise the teachers must be the sufferers
io hol iing ynpnid orders.
Somebody who hadn't much elae to
do took the measurement of (Jen.
Grant, since tho Grand Grant Excep
tion Fuss, in Philadelphia, and reports
the result: Stature—below medium,
small ; as a smoker —No. 1 ; as a mili
tary captain—fair to medium ; as a
speech matter—nearly down to zro ; as
a present-taker and dinner-eater—
strictly flrst class ; as a statesman and
President—the less said the soonest
The London Times stronalv favors
the election of Jrunt for a third term,
ami savs that the jH'ople of England
would he greatly pleased over such an
event. Indeed! Guess we must elect
him then, just to please the people of
Letter from Kansas.
Emporia, Lyon Co., Kan. Dec. 17 '7O.
Mr. Editor: This evening our son
Frank returned from the Post Ollice
and brought with him a copy of your
paper—the flrst we have seen for more
than a month—and you may well imag
ine it created a sensation, each member
being anxious-to hear from Penns Val
ley. The appearance of tho "Journal"
also reminded me of the fact that 1 had
promised to write you, when once set
tled, so I concluded to write at once.
We are not yet settled, nor do wo ex
pect to be Tor some time. Winter is
here but our house is not vet complet
ed. Should we have an ordinary Kan
sas winter, we will be able to move in
the course of six weeks, otherwise we
may not get into it before March.
Willi but few exceptions we have
had the most delightful weather—clear,
pure and health,; to-day however we
have winter in real good earnest. It
would pass for a genuine Pennsylvania
So far our health lias been remarka
b'y good, and all of us feel quite at
home. We have been able to adapt
ourselves to our new surroundings with
ease and pleasure. We would not be so
foolish as to claim we had entered an
earthly Paradise, nor a Purgatory, true
we miss many comforts we enjoyed in
Penns Valley, and then there are ad
vantages here which we could not have
in onr former home. Emporia is a live
town, and bids fair to become one of
the first inland cities of the west.
Three of the leading railroads pass
through it, and is the seat of the State
Normal School. It is the centre of a
thrifty community and its location is
such that it will control the trade for a
I circle of at least 40 miks.
Its growth is rapid and healthy. As
you are aware, 1 visited this place last
July, since then some two hundred new
houses—some very line ones—have been
erected, and the population has increas
ed about 1000. It is difficult to supply
the demand for houses —A small house
two or three rooms without cellar or
outbuildings of any kind will readily
command $lO per mouth rent, in ad
vance. lousiness houses with suitable
conveniences rent at from $75 to SIOO
per month. Emporia furnishes a cash
market for the fanning community for
10 to 20 miles. There is scarcely an
end to the corn, pork, beef, hay aud
wood brought into town daily from the
surrounding country. There is no
more desirable place in Kansas for
farmers than Lyon county. If men
will only come here exercising good
common sense. This raw prairie will
not produce equal to the well cultiva
ted fields of the east, but after it once
becomes cultivated it will exceed the
east two fold, aud grain can be raised
.at half the expeuse, while stock at one
fourth and will command prices nearly
equal to those of the east. To illus
trate : Beef is selling for $5 to $G per
hundred, pork sells readily at $4.50. Ho
that if farmers will eouie here exact
ing to deny themselves only one tweii-
tietl) part wlncli their fathers did when
they first settled the east and combine
stock-raising with grain, in a few years
they will succeed. Lyon county is sit
uated in the Keosho valley, oue of the
most fertile and healthy in the state
and is well suppliel with water, coal,
wood and building stone. There are
some few cases of Fevet and Ague, but
not more than you will liud anywhere
else in a new country, and not one
tenth which you find along the Susque
Persous fromtheeast make a mistake
by going to the western part of the
state. It has not the same amount of
ram fall, is more subject to severe
drouths, has more fever and ague, has
not nearly the same advantages for
schools, churches and civilizatiou gen
erally. The only advantages they have
is in.the cheapness of land, but this is
more than overbalanced by other and
Higher considerations. There are yet
thousands upon thousands of acres to
be had in Lyon county within reasona
ble reach of schools, churches and mar
kets, for from $3 to SIOO per acre, ow
ing to location and improvements.
Prairie lands can yet be bought at a
distance of 5, Bor 10 miles from the
city for from $3 to $lO per acre. City
lots sell from to SIOOO each.
In the east you hear much said of
Kansas winds and mud. Cur expe
rience is that the winds are not more
severe here than in Pcnns valley; and
as for inud, it is of short duration.
With the exception of perhaps 8 or 10
days the roads have been dry and dusty
eyer since we are here.
We have made an encouraging com
mencement towards establishing a Re
formed congregation. We expect to
organize on next Sunday, and may
hereafter give you the results. There
is no mission field in either the Luther
an or Reformed church more promising
than Kansas. What is wanted is mon
ey to give congregations a start, and
they will soon take care of themselves,
as well as return a fair dividend.
Yours in Grace
•7. G. SFFOKMAKKR.
A FREE FIGHT.
Disgraceful Soone in a Pittsburg
PITTSBURG, Pa., IX'C. 22.—The peo
ple in this city are in a fuvor of excite
ment to day owing to a (IsticulT tight
which took pi ice In the First Reform
ed Piesbyterian church last night.
Some works ugo ' lie congregal ion vo
ted for a pastor, the Hev. Nevin Wood*
sale being chosen. A majority of the
trustees charged that his selection was
the result of illegal votes. A majority
of the congregation wre determined
that Woodside should be retained.
La3t night the quarrel culminated in a
free tight. Both factious were present
in full force.
Wotiside wanted to preach, but his
opponents had another clergyman
whom they wished to preach. Both
parsons woxed hot and a scrimmage
occurred for possession of the pulpit.
A general light, which was thickest
around tho hilar, then took place and
lasted a quarter of an hour. The po
lice dually quelled the riot, but not be
fore a number of people hud their arms
broken and heads cracked. The
church presents a sorry appearance to
day. Tews are broken, remnants of
broken glass, hymn hooks, bibles, hair
pins and bangs are strewn over the
floor. Great indignation prevails in
Outrageous Outrage in the
MERIDEN, MISS.. Dec. 10.—At the
municipal election here to day Gengo
L. Curtis, republican, waselected may
or as was also the entire republican
eity ticket by 300 majority. Tlie c rnn
cil stands 28 republicans aud 2 demo
A special to the Washington Post
fioio Augusta, Me., states that the leg
islature of Maine will he politically di
vided as follows : Senate, republican
12; opposition 19; house, republican
02, opposition 77, vacancies 12. The
republicans talk of organizing a rump
legislature, but the attempt cannot suc
ceed because the rump would not be
recognized by the governor or any of
the state officers.
REGISTER'S NOTICE.—The following ac
counts have been examined and pasvd
by me and remain filed ot record in tins office
for the inspection of heirs, legatees, eteditors,
and all others in any way interested and will be
pi esc n ted to the Oi phans' Court of Centre coun
ty, on Wednesday, the irqh day of January, A.
13.. IK>O, for confirmation and allowance:
1. The first .account of Adam Deckvrand
Samuel stem, executors of &•. of Adam Decker
late of Walker township, deceased.
2. The account of Fetcr Schultz, guardian of
George, Lizzie aud Samuel T. Coble, minor
children of John Coble, deceased.
3. The partial account of Emanuel Shuev, ad
iiiiF*t rater of Ac., of Joseph Shuev, laic of Col
lege township, deceased.
4. The second and final account of Martin
Bnungart. administrator of Ac. of David Ging
er eh. late of Walker townsliio, deceased.
5. First and final account ot |>. Z. Kline,
trustee appointed to make sale of real e>tute
of Sarah Aiume.in id, hate of Spring township,
0. First and partial account of Samuel Etcrl
and George Rower, executors of Ac. of J;u ob
Fvcrt, late of IVi\n town>hip. deceased.
T. Third partial account of A. u. Harlow ami
W. V. ReckwUh. exeeutois of Ac. of ( lenient
Peek with, late of Woitfi township, tie.-eased.
• s. Ihe aeeouut of I. S. Ernin, guaiulau of
John A. Coder, mlm r child of .Margaret J. Lo
der. late of Mailou township, decease J.
9. The final account of J. I>. Slitignrt. guar
dian of Re Ha J. Hoover, minor clillcfof John T.
Hoover, late ofßcllcfonte borough, deceased.
10. The final account of Adam t'onada. sur
viving executor of Ac. ot Henry Yonada. late of
Haines township, deceased.
11. Tlh rieeottot of Adam Krunoine. adminis
trator of Ac. <>[ Frederick Kramriue, late of
Ferguson township, deceased.
12. The account ot Augustus Jlucv, adminis
trator i 4 Ac. of John lluey, late of I'enu town
la. The account of T\ W. flarnhart and Jacob
K. Leuthers, trustees to sell real estate of John
: Hughs, late oi Howard tow nship, deceased.
14- The Hist and final account ot J. K. I.eatfc
-1 ej. administrator of &r. f James I'hr.ism.t,
late of Howard township, deceased.
1A The guardiaushlp account of >. F. Foster,
euardtan of William K. Foster, of Frinceton,
WM. E. RUKCHrIELD.
ASSIGNEE'S SAI.E. —The snliscriber, a-
Mgneeol Julin W. Scuoll o( Miles town
ship, Centre county, Tu . will oiler at public
sale or. the premises, on Friday, the 20th day ot
Jutiuary. ItPW.at one n clock, r. m„ the follow
ing Uescrllwd valuable real estate of tne said
John W, Scholi,si*:
A oeriain farm, situate in Miles township, n
fnrosnid. bounded and deserll>ed us lolbwvs: On
t'KJ outh bv lands of Jo cpb K. Moyer and
Daniel E Rishel; west by laiuh of J>. F. Kishel
and H. W. Kreamer and John Kreamer: tiorth
by Hontz and others; cast by Kmamu-1
fiHrter and W. K. Forster, containing lfti aces,
moie, or less. Thereon is erected two-story
frame dwetting house. large bunk barn, and all
other necessary outbuildings. A thriftv orchard
is on the farm. A never-nailing stream of water
near tlie buildin s. This 'arm is situate within
5 miles of the rail road and only ihree miles
r.orth of Millheiin, along the turnpike leading
from Millheim to Niirany Valley. Will be of
fered in one or two parts, to su't purchasers.
Terms: One-toird of purchase money to be
paid cash on day of sale, or bv note with ap
proved security, payable April Ist. 1880. and the
Dalance in two payments.
Also—all the right, title and interest of the
said John \V. Scholl in that certain messuage,
tenement and tract of land situate in Miles
townshin aforesaid, bounded north by lauds of
Joel Morris and John Kreamer. cast bv Mrs.
George Scliwint, south by Grdz's heirs, and
west by Mrs. George Weight, containing K)
acres more or less. Thereon erected a two-sto
ry log frame. house, barn and otter outbuild
ings. Will lie sold at tin- residence of John \V.
Scuoll, one mhe east of Wolfe's .store, Monday
the 10th day of January, 1880 at 12}£ o'clock,
sharp. Also, at the same time ami place, all the
personal projierty of the said John W. Scholl
W. 11. COKMA.N, Assignee.
PUBLIC SALE —Will be sol'l at public sale,
by order of the Orphan's Court, on thu
premises!n the Borough of .Millhcini, on Satur
day, the 17tn day of January, 1880:
The undivided one half part of lots No*. 23 A
2.*>, in said borough, the proiwrty of the late
Samuel Si vols, deceased. Thereon erected a
lar c, two-story dwelling house, pottery, stable
and other outbuildings. The house is" suitable
for two families to reside in.
TERMS: One halt' of purchase money to bo
paid or. continuation of sale, ami the residue
within one year thereafter with interest, to be
secured by bond and mortgage on the premises.
Ten per cent, of the first payment shall be made
on the day of sale, to be refunded tr the sale is
not confirmed, bale to comratitee atone o'clock
P- M. J, 11. ItBiFfiNYLMSR.
1A ary on the estate of Jonathan Philips, late
of the Borough of Millheim, Centre county. Pa.,
deceased, having been granted to the under
signed, all persons indebted to said estate aro
required to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same to pre
sent them duly authenticated for settlement,
llie notes and accounts are left in the hands of
B. O. Debiiuger for settlement and collection.
, J* 0 "*, 1 '- KUSKJ-K. Centre Hill.
L-6T 11. O. DKIMNGEK, Millheim.
and how to obtain them. Pamphlet
free, upon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMORE, SMITH & CO.
Solicitors of l'otmts,
AVt I'olfiti 'y/, (•, 11 fi eii I ft'ji'w, ii, e
Grand Auction Sale
FIXE WATCHES* JEWELRY,
CLOCKS, & FANCY GOODS.
I will dismaif of jay entire stork of the
above articles at AVCIION sale
MONDAY AFTERNOON JAN. 5„ 1833.
at 2:30 o'clock and continue every after
noon, a)ul ClXH imj at 7:30 until the entire
stork is disjtnsrti of.
You are invited to attend these suits
and procure tluselgoihls at
Your Own Prices.
Ex xrythtng guaranteed as represented
or money refunded.
Everything must be sold.
FRANK P. BLAIR,
No. 2 Brockerhoff House,
OFFICE AND S TOltK
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913 St. John Street,
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procured for xol<|i*r* distililr 1 "! in U. K. sorvie©
ttv reasons of w unds and other ©aun-a.
All pensions date back to day <f discharge.
Pensions in<*i*oased. Address with stamp,
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Maw Hem. Oowk.
WILBER'S DIRECT DRAFT
E U R E K AM G W E R,
THE LIGHTEST DRAFT MOWER.
THE CHEAPEST MOWER.
THE LARGEST MOWER.
THE BEST MOWER INJHE WORLD.
Tk# Tar.lt* !• euparlor t nr lidr-cot machtn* I reer tM rr
tttr unr lu mi'. HARRIS I.KWIS,
rr.tltlcnt of Xw York Detryiuee'e Aaw.
The rnrtne of (ho ft*>i rut wllh the Eureka Mower I, awn
rr.u nud ia,.|J than after tht eidr-rut machine*.
GEORGE W. HOFFMAN,
rrr.id.nt Farmer*' Club, Klmlra, K. T
The Karat* Mower I* tlie very brtt we errr aw, aad tier. !*
n ,id-cui li.ii.tr that can con.para wl:h it ia any reipect.
Stat* Grange Lecturer, Wyaos, P.
Tha manner In wblrh It le*e tho rntpraaa, loaie and open
o lbs tun and wind ready for drying, jmti tho Furska far ahead
of any machine I ever ud. B. LAPORTE, Aayluiu, lb.
Manufactured by EUREKA MOWER CO. Towanda,
Bradford County, Pa. Correspondence Jotfctted.
Circular# mriad nn apptfcatlw. -
Immense Immense. Immense.
ON EXHIBITION NOW AT THE
I BEE HIVE |
wf££& mSom oJILHIat ■flEJi
Have Just Opened the Third Stock for
F all and Winter of 1879.
Never has there been shown in any store in Lock Haven such a
Stock of Drj Goods as can now be seen at the Bee HiVd,
and at prices that will astonisn everybody.
The Dress Goods Department,
Which we make Our Great Speciality, is Truly Immeus\
One lot 1C inch wide French Dress Goods, sold all through the season at now sold at
One lot Inch Real Camel Hair Cloth sold nt ft! now $1 ner yard—all colore.
One lot double w Itli Cloth Suiting sold at $1 now sol it 00 cents.
.100 yards all wool Cashmere, full double width, In all the new shades, sold at 60 cents now
"ottered at 45 cents.
500 vards all wool Twilled Dress Goods sold at 50 cents now offered ut 33 cents—a great
One lot French Double Weight Cashmere, sold at tl now offered at S> efs.—all colors.
1500 yards B'aek Cashmere*, all wool, from 40 cents per yard, up—cheaper tlun any stord 111
Central Pennsylvania will or can sell them.
2000 yurd* fine Twilled Cashmeres, iu all shades and colore, all wool (liling. sold at cents,
f rmer price 25 cents.
1300' yard* brocade Dress.'liesutlfnl colors. Id cents a yard, sold at
An Immense stot k of Scotch Plaids and Fancy Stripes at 10 and ecuU, way below tbolr
value, with the. largest stock of
Black and Colored Silks, Black ami Colored Silk Velvets,
Fancy Trimming Silks and Velvets In this sec ton of the stale.
The largest stock of Indies, Misses a-d Children's Coatings and Backings, Block EcaVers.
Diagonal and Striped Coatings to be fouad in Lock Haven, at great bargains.
All Immense Stock of Ladie's Heady-Made Coats,
Bought at a great bargain and will be sold much below their value, everybody should sea
the great tnvrgatn* In these good*.
Our stock of Flannels. Blankels. Ladie's skirt*. Shawl*. Men and Boys' Casslmers. Shirting,
Bed and White V lanuej. Table Linen*. Tickings. Gingham*. Tiiwebnf. Canton F.anncl*.
Bleached and L'nbleached Muslin*. Wide Sheetings and I'lilow Cast Muslins are simply
the largest ever shown In till* city, at very 10-.v price*.
In stocking*. Glove*. Handkerchiefs. Nubia*. II>ods, Corset*. Hushing*, Tie* Buckskin Glove*,
and Mittens, and • vorjthln r in the Nodon line, comprising the largest and cheapest stock in
Central Pennsvlvanl.. Wc make this season a great speciality in silk Fringes, m colors and
black. Have an Immfti*.* stock In l adles Mlse*. Children's. Men's and Boys' Undershirts and
Drawers, wc can undersell everylNKly. Jiv*t received a new lot of CABCKTS, in 3-ply, i-p!y and
Ingrain. Mattings. OH Clolhs, for fl ,vr and tabl**. Cotton Batis. Carpet Clriin, Ac.. Ac, Also an
other lot of ;.*• yards good fast-color PAKE CALICO, the best tn this city AT OCH CENTS, 4 eta, 4
ct*. 4 ot*. a yard.
The Be- Hive Is the. leading Dry fined* Store of Lock Haven. It keep* tlio greatest variety
of good* to select from. It keens only first-class goo*!*. Is enabled to *ellthem cheaper tlia .
any other store on aeeoui't of the great quantity, but whlehfeiuihles us *o tmy much oheajier
than small stores, and enable* us to *e!l tie-ill at a profit and be fullv as cheap a* the JTHKI*
| eo*t them. Ut everybody ca.ll early and be convinced that we onl v advertise facts, ann that
1 large stores hke the B'*c Hive nun offer decided advantages over every competitor. The Great
Bee Hive Dry Goods Store, 65 Main street. Lock llavcn. Pa,
All Orders by Hail will rraiic Promt and teiiate Attenliin.
"STOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED.
WES bir BROS.,
J'East Lumber & Manufacturing Company,'
Flooring, Siding, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Verandas and all other kinds of Building
o - ■ ■
BEING provided with ample f.icilitie*, the latest and most improvod machinery, and
the best mechanical skill, wc arc prepared to execute all order* promptly, and in the
very best manner.
Wc give special attention to the furnishing of Material for the bet
ter gre des of
Also, to the manufacture of SCHOOL OFFICE and CHURCH FURNITURE,
SUNDAY SCHOOL, and PRIVATE BOOK CASES.
FACTORT- EAKT tW ITK. SCSIIT B*t.
N. H.—Wo can send Materials to t'oburn or Spring Mills at cheap freights. 2S-iy
!! A New Announcement!!
236 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 LADIES' and MISSES'
HATS AND BONNETS.
Feathers, Velvets, Silks, Ribbons
in all Shades.
Notions s&NB Fduver
CORSETS AND HOSIERY A
GLOVES, HUGHES, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
Ladies' and Childrens' Underwear.
All Styles of Dress Buttons, Towels, Table Covers. Gerraantown Wool, Saxo
ny Wool, Zephyrs, Jewelry and Perfumery, Woolen Snawls,
Sacks, and Hoods, Ladies' and Misses' Furs, &c„ &c.
A arge Stock of Ladies' Ready-made
Coats from $2.50 np.
OUR FIVE CENT COUNTER
Replenished and New Attracttons Constantly Added. Picture and Motto
Frames, &c., &c., &c., £c., &c. •
tGJ* A comparison of our Pric s will convince anv >ne that we sell about FIF
TY PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN ELSE WU ERE.