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% Tilt* PAY, JA NI AR Y 15.1881
THE MILLHEIM JOURNAL
Is puWhM'.edcvera- Thursday, in Musscr's ibitld-
Jin-g. corner of Main and Penn streets at
.00 PV.R ANNrM, IN ADVANUE
Or *1 25 if not paid in advance.
1 week. 1 inc. 3 mo. G mo. 1 year.
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One Inch makes a square. Admintetr.uors
ntul livecutoi'si' Notices fi2..>o. I'ransient ad
wrtlsements t.nd locals lo tents per line for
first insertion and 5 cents per line for eactt aa- ;
Job Work done on <hi; t notice.
"W.ILTEK A UEISISHF.n,
Kcr. C. y. DcinPiger. Preachcr-in charge.—
Protracted meeting In progress which w ill like
ly continue over Sunday.
Sunday School, 2r. M,— P. 1~ Zcrby. supt.
Per. ir. It. Whitney. rreacher-Ui change,—
Sunday School, Iv. M.,— D. Klmport, supt.
The charge Is at present without a pastor.
Per. John l/.mdis, rrcaehcr-in charge.—
Per. John Ihmllnson, Pastor.—
Treaehin-x every evening tld* week. Prepara
toj-y m tv cesi ii Saturdaj ai'crnoon in Germaii.
Coiunntnion services en Sun lay moruing.
I'nlted Sunday School, 9 \. M.— lt. O.
Peiuing r. supt.
Lsiic & Society Directory.
Miilheim No. UV. I. O. O. P. meets in
}eir halt, Penn street, every Sttfui-day evening
11. A. Bortt t Kr.. Sec. IJ. 1. H.VHTMAV N. (i
Pr< v'.dencc Orange. No. 217 P. of 11.. lra-ttaln
Alexander s block on the second Saturday of
each month at 6U. r. M.. and on the louith Sa
turVi- of •a, h month at 1 1 . i*. M.
P. L.ZcfUtT. see. A. O* Peininfror. Master.-
The Nilllheim P. & h. Association meets in
the Penn street school house 011 the evening ot
the second Monday of each month.
A. WALTRIT, See, * H. O. PUIMSCFH, Prc-t.
The MiUhelin Cornet Band meets in tlie
Town Hail 011 Monday and Thursday evenings.
K. Y. OTTX), sco., -i. F. li.Hie, Pros't.
Millbeint liscort of Co. R., stli lt .ut., X. (..
hold their drill meeting on the second story of
Alexander's Block, every Tuesday and Friday
Centre County T>emorrilo Commit
tee tor lSbd.
T)I.-T'ICTS. NAMES. T. O. APM.V--.
I'ePcfonte, N. IV., Win. ihiibraith,...lMlefonte
s. VV....W C Heinle
" \Y \V Wm Harper
Mfieshnre Frank K Bible...Milcsbnrg
l nionviUe P' Meponnell...l*nionviJle
Howard V ,1 Gardner Howard
Phfilpsbt rg G Hi rlinger... Philiitsb'g
Millheim 1 11 Heifsn\der..MH!heiin
ih'tir.er t'riait stover— Beilefonte
14>g--> Jas A McOlain... Mileshurg
V.nrnsidc Wm Hepple PineGieim
t'oltece raiu'l Giililand.. Bonlsburg
Furtiu Pavid Peiong... Howard
Ferguson. f>. P Pin tri T*ilis.. state Col
X. p o M sheets storm-don
Gregg I- M Rishel Spring M s
Hllil.es George Keister. Varonsb'g
Halfntoon lohn Ward stormsto 11
)larvis sam'l Isiiler Poalsburv:
Howard Pavid Tanyer... Howard
Huston H G 1 lironister.. Martha
l.ibertv W H Gardner—P.lanchavd
Marion John Hoy, Jr Walker
Miles; Sain"! K Faust M.lihcr.n
l'atton G W Rumbcrgcr. .Fillni'tre
S,"F w\V Npaugle - . "flrLeyYe
ltii-h William Culten... Phil nsb g
Snow .-hoe John G U//Ie Snow Slue
sSpring F, C W.K)d Beilefonte
Tavlor Samuel Hoover...FOMlet-
Vnion J S Fredericks... Fleming
Walker Samuel Pecker... Zion
Worth G K Williams P't.Matilda
.1. 1., si' ANGLER. Chairman,
FRANK K. I-inu:. secretary.
The Maine muddle i 3 crowing more
<?rimplicated and may yet become se
Gen. Lamson, President of the Sen
ate, 011 Monday sent a letter to the
Senatlre auißittnetng that he had as
sumed the duties of Governor, where
upon Senator Ell's was cliosen Presi
dent pro tun.
On Tuesday both brandies of the
legislature assembled without disturb
aree, the Republicans absenting them
fJen. CJiamberlin, who has command
of the state militia, refuses to recog
-1 i/.e the authority of Gov. Lunson, an
swering that it is not in his province
to decide constitutional questions but
maintain the peace.
Tlie Funionists will choose a Govern
The best man in the democratic par
ty for the office of the chief magistrate
' of the nation is the Hon. Thomas F.
Bayard, of Ddewure. Against the pu
rity and elevation of his character not
aw id can bs said, and hi 3 nomina
tion would exclude from the canvass
the miserable personal accusations
which disgraced the good name of the
American people in the last presiden
tiil canvass. Tbo issues would be
made upon questions of public policy,
and it would not lie possible to deny
that democratic success would raise a
pure and capable citizen to the head ol
the government. Mr. Bayard is dis
tinguished among public men for his
force of conviction, consistency of pub
lie conduct, and inflexible adherence to
principle. If the democratic party has
left a political creed, or has preserved
siny connection with its past traditions
Mr. Bayard is its ablest and most con
spicuous representative. tie would
not be an unknown quantity, to calcu
late who3B value it would b? necessary
to make an accurate analysis of the
forces and tendencies behind his candi,
dature. Ills past action and his known
q litfities would bo a sufficient assur
ance as to tiie action of his administra
tion in almost any given emergency.
It i 3 just because ho is such a positive
and definite force in Politics that the
aims and policy of an administration
formed by him cannot bo misrepresen
ts! or concealed that he is not in favor
with those leaders of the democratic
p trty whose self confi lence 13 only e
qu Lied by their genius for blundering.
wv: .1 iivri'-'n.
The Great Unwritten Law.
The supervising architects of the
movement for ttie nomination of Gen
eral Grant for a thiid term arc popu
larly believed to he Itoscoe Conkling,
Senator from New York, and J. Don.
Cameron, Senator from Pennsylvania.
The Republicans of those S:ates aie
expected to give the movement an im
petus which will send it over smaller
States in a ground swell defying oppo
sition. lit view of this fact it is inter
esting to recall what the Republicans
of the States of Conkling and Cameron
thought of the third term idea a year
or two ago.
On the Bth of September, 187\ the
Republicans of New York, ass. mbled
iu convention at Saratoga, unanimous
Resolved, That we declare our unal
terable opposition to the election oj any
President Jor a third term.
The Republicans of Penvsjlvan:a
were as explicit but not so laconic
when, in the State Convention of
lbTo 0, they also
Resolved, Thai wc declare a firm and
unqualified etdherenci to the unwritten hue
of the Hcpublic, which wisely, and under
the sanction of ihe most venerable exam
pies, limits the Presi<hnti(d si rvice <y any
citizen to two terms; and ice, the liepubli
cans of Pennsylvania, in recognition of
tins law. are unalterably ojqtosed to the
election to the Prcsidencu "J any person fur
a third term. —Phila. Times.
Our 4YMtiiii|i'ton Letter.
Washington, 1. 0.. Jan. 10th. ISM. j
Since the holidays Congress has finally dis 1
poKedofnono Lilt piivate bills, tlw-sc being ;
mostly for pensions referred by the Interior
IVpaituient. The House has given two days to
discussion of the amended rules, the changes j
being the work of Speaker Itaud.iil. and l'epr. - i
scntative? Stephens, Blackourn, Fryer, and
Garfield, but have made little progress. Ttie
first difficulty was fouu i 111 the retjuiremeiit
that the lliver ami Harbor bill should go
through the eomuiittce on appropriations, and
this change was opposed bitterly. In tin-
Senate, which hai held stm t sessions when it
has had any. only two measures of importance
have been introduced. They arc explained "oc
A iargc number of petitions arc being re
ceived by members of loth Houses, iu favor of
the Weaver bill, which provides for the pay
ment of soldiers of the into war the difference
i value between the greenbacks reeeiv d by
them an I goid. Ido not think the bid w ill ever
be reported, if it P. it will receive very few
No Oldo KcpnbTcr.n can fill the seat of Sena
tor Tluunnui tn the Senate, tup. 1 th.nkfouroi
every five 1 letnt-crailc Senators will IK- glad that
Garfield rather than any other Republican is to
make the attempt. Juogc i'hur.iian will ie
mjssed espe< ially iu the Judiciary Committee,
but in ail subject* of importance in general I -
gislition he was ntid Is authotity am tig Sena
Senator Voorhe. s, whose*vxodus" cointnittee
organized yesterday. finding out
whether or not radical p:ditl.*|-ms were instru
mental in >t:i ting tlm movement, and what
they intended to accomplish by it. The Nottii
Carolina emigrants pour through this city, and
generally do not impress one with t be idea that
they are people who would revolutionize the po
litics ot a state. Neither do they appear. g tier
• Rir f% ha otlli/Mua i?.*4** u 1,1 %%..-A-
Maine has a duly organized Conservative Le
gislature Pff" the first time in a quarter of a ecu
turv. This morning's dispatches show that the
radicals will attempt to capture House and Sen
na to. They might as well attempt to capture
tlie Kentucky legislature.
Senator David Davis asks for an increase in
the number of Judges of the I*. Circuit
Courts, and the formation front subordinate
Judges of a cou't of appeals to decide niuny
cases which won! 1 otherwise go to already o\er
burdened Supreme Courts.
It seems to be certain that there will be no
vote on Senator Bayard's resolution.
The meeting of Grecnbackers here decided to
call their regular aomcntion at Cuicago on the
Sherman's Pet Bank.
The annual report of the First Xa
tional bank of New York shows that
during the past year it has paid 120 per
cent, in dividends, has carried "S'K),ot<o
to its surplus fund, and lias on hand an
undivided surplus of s2'<},7oX The
capital stock of the b i.ik is $.>00,000,
aud the profits during the past yea
have therefore beeu 230 per cent. It
will be remembered that Senator Beck,
during the extra session, called atten
tion to the disgraceful and dangerous
favoritism shown this bank by the sec
retary of tire treasury placing at their
disposal over thirty millions of govern
merit bonds, allowing them a com mis
sion of one-fourth of one per cent, on
the bonds sold, and permitting Govern
ment balances of several million dollar s
to remain on dep >sit without security
for live or six months. It is no won
der they can afford to claim such divi
de iids . —P'Atxtillc Chronicle.
A Pangent Picture of "Grant
However magnificent (leu. Grant's
services to his country us ;t soldier, his
civil administration was so bad that
there came during his last term cf of
fice a woid to be invented to describe
and embody in itself all forms of polit
ical crimes, and that word was "Grant*
ism"'. Under what it implied the Re
publican party fell to pieces, lost the
control of State governments, of the
Federal House and Senate, and very
nearly the Presidency. Do the leaders
suppose that the people have forgotten
that fact in 1e33 than three yens, that
they are ready and eager to welcome
back and what it in
volves ?— Evening Telegraph.
THE figures given by tiie New York
Tribune almanac for the last presiden
tial election go to show that the dmo
eratic party is rather a "numerous" in
stitution to be killed off just now,
Ilero are the figures :
Democratic vote 4.384,205
Republican " 4,033,-95
Greenback " 81,737
Prohibitionist vote 9,022
Democratic majority over all 159,711
'I lie Unwritten Law in '76.
A good many of the fielotrites who
will bo in the next republican state
convention were members of the con
ventions of IS", 5 and 1 S7< which de
clared "a firm and unqualified adher
ence to the unwritten law ot the rtyub
lie which which wisely, snd under the
sanction of the most, venerable exam
ples, limbs the presidential set vice of
any citi/. -n to two terms." Tni.s reso
lution was passed under the ordcis of
the Cameron imp who oere not then
admirers of "Our Great Commander."
L'uder the oiders of the Cameron ling
the next state convention w ill be re
quited to declare for a third term and
instruct a solid delegation from Penn
sylvania for O rant. Hut a somersault
I of this kind is a trilling feat for the
i Pennsylvania republicans. NoCuiueso
juggler can eat tow and bring out nl>-
i lions with the dexterity with which 'he
republicans of Pennsylvania can swal
low their wait solemn declarations.
Hence the repudiation of the "unwrit
ten lew of the republic" for the third
term w ill be made without wincing.
To such a moral and political condition
has Cameron ism reduced toe once
| proud republican paity of Peimsyiva
; nia. —Patriot.
Mr J. Madison Wells, tlie Louisiana
Returning Hoard Chief, has got to
Washington and notified llayes and
Sherman that ho expects to be reap
pointed Surveyor of the port of New
Orleans, and according to all accounts,
Wells has Wen promised another term.
The President seems determined to
make lb-turning Hoard frauds odious
by keeping the Returning ltoaid
thieves before the country on lull pay
—to come out oj the public treasury.
THE siate debt was reduced £I,CSt,-
902, during the year 1>79.
r> hOISTEK'a NOTICE.— The following ae-
V founts have tern examined and pnvs <l
by mo uud rciuuin Mod of m-ord ill llis ofl.rc
for the inspection ot" heirs, locators, creditors,
,i'.d ad others hi any way interested and will bo
presented to tlu* Orphans' Court o! Ceutie coun
ty, on Wednesday, the 2Mh day of January, A.
It.. ls<<>, for confirmation and allowance:
1. The first aooount of Adam Ibjcktrand
Samuel Stein executors of \e. of Adam Pecker
late of Walker township decea cd.
2. The account of I'etor Sohultz. guardian of
George, 1.5./ ie an t Samuel T. (Vhlo, niinoi
children of John Coble, d c< as !.
3. I lie partial account <0 Lmnmu-I Shut v, ad
ministrator > f z*o.. of Joseph .shuey. late ot Col
lege township, uc ceased
4. Tin second and final a-voant <>f Mat tin
HrumgaG. ad'm •• trator .! Ac. .! flax id Giug
er.eh. late ot \\ ttlkcr townsid.-, d- ooa-.< ,f.
3. Fiist ami dual account of P. Z. Kline,
trustee appointed to make sale of real tale
of Sarah. Aioinerui.nl, i ito of Spring tow ship,
6. 1 Irs' and partial account of baimu'l Evert
am! George bower, executors of Ac. of Jacob
Evert, late of I'euti town-hip. deceased.
7. Third partial account of A • Hallow miki
VV. V. Pt-ckwttli. cxecutois of <?f ( Jeinent
Heel.wit.i. late >*t Woith tewusiiip. deceased.
H. 1 lie account of I. s. l'r.ii;:, gum v..an of
John A. I.oder, minor child oi Margaret J. ho
ller. late of Marion tortus dp. deceased.
9. The Until account of J. J>. Shugart. genr
dikii or r>ell.t J. Hoo\er. minor child of John T.
Hoover, late of Bellefonie borough, deceased.
10. Ttie tlnnl account of Adam Von.id.t, sur
viving executor of Ac ol Heury Vonad t. lata of
llaiiu-s tow uship. lieoc is: d.
11. The account of Adam Kruinrine. adminis
trator of Ac. of Frederick tvi.uiii ';. - i -. >
.i.oi.i.ioi .i igir-ias lilt")', adtnuiD
trutor of Ac. of John llr.cy. late of i'euti town
ship. dt" ea -ed.
la. The account of P. \V. Barnhart a .<i Jaci b
I*. f cathevs. t' ustet-s Jo self r-al esjate of John
Hugh-, late 'f Howard low ndiip.deceas-ah
14. Tlie fiist and lii.xl ace . ni ot J. K. heath
ers. admiui-trator of ~e. of James Mieasnnt,
late ot Howard township, deceased.
15. Tin* jruardiai s'lip account of *. y. Foster,
guardian of William K. Foster, of Princeton,
WM. L". 11l I:CTIFI?:t.T>.
VDM IICISTK ATOB*S NOTlCE—Letter* of
Admit titration de n■ . ctr.il tc<ta.
wcnlo annexe, >n the estate of George snydcr,
late o. Haines township, deceased, ha-ingleea
giauteJ to flic unriersigued, all tvrson. know
ing tjieinseivcs indebted to said estate arc here
by notified to make Immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same to present
them day authenticated for se tiem.-nt.
dc. b<vn i.t nen, emn itv'-nnwnto an-o ro.
VDMINIsriUTOK's NoflOE.— J-'Ott-rs of
Administration on the estate or Jacob
luunel. iato of iVnu township, deceased. Ji;v
--t been granted to tin- undersigned all pri -
sous knowing theniscives indebted to said es
tate are hereby not itied to mike Immediate
payment, and those having ei ins against the
same, to present tliem duly autiieutieati d for
settlement. J. 11. HEIFSN Y'HER,
\SSfGNE£*3 SAI-E.— The subscriber.
of John W. Se .oil of Miles town*
smp. Centre county. Pa. wi'i offer at itublic
sale on the premises, on Friday, the 201 h nay ot
.Juuuiiry, ISSO, at nie o clock, p. v., the follow
ing described valuable real estate of Hie said
John \V, Scliob. viz;
A certain farm, situate in Miles township, a.
foresaid, founded and described •'a ollows: On
tbe south bv lands of Jo-epli K. .Mover and
I'an: I P Kishel; west by lands of I>. 1\ I.'i-lici
•and 11. W. Kreaun*] and John Kreamer ; north
i by lloiuz and others; east by Emanuel
Hurler and W. K. Eorstcr, containing 10<'> ac es,
more or less. Thereon is erected a two story
frame dwelling house, large bank barn, and ail
other necessary outbuildings, A thrifty orchard
is on the farm. A never-failing stream ed water
uear the buildiu s. ibis laun is situate within
I 5 miles of the rail road and only .hive miles
north of Millheim. along the turnpike le.uiiu
from Miillieiin to Niltaiiy \ alley. Will be of
fered in one or two parts, to suit purchasers.
Terms: One-t.did of purchase money to be
paid cash on day of sale, or u ■ note with ap
proved security, payable April Ist, 180. aiid tuc
uaiancc jn twoequal animal payments.
Also—all the right, title and interest of the
said John W. Scholl in that certain messuage,
tenement and tract of land situate in Miles
towuslilu aforesaid, bounded north by lands of
Joel Morris ami John Kreamer, o.yst by Mrs.
George Sehwint, south by Gr tzs heirs, and
west by .Mrs. George Weight, containing so
acres more or less. Tliereon erected at wo sto
ry log frame house, bain and oti er outbuild
ings. Will be sold at the residence of John W.
Scholl. one ini.e east of Wolfe's store, Monday
the tilth day of January. 1180 at o'clock,
slurp. Also, at the -attic time and place, all iho
personal property of the said ->ohn W. Scholl
L->& W. 11. COUMA.N, Assignee.
PUBLIC SALE —Will be sold at public sale,
hy order of the Orphan's uourt. on tie
premises in the Borough of Miith itn, on Satur
day, tiie i7ta dav "f January, 1880;
1 lie undivided one half part of lots Nos. 23 A
25, in said borough, the property of the laic
Samuel Sivels, deceased. Thereon erected u
lar e, two-story dwelling house, pottery, stable
and other outbuildings. The house Is suitable
for two families to reside in.
'IT KMS; One half of purchase money to 1M;
paid orcon fin nation of sale, and the residue
within one year thereafter with interest, to be
secured by bond and nioi tgage on t he premises.
Ten per cent, of the tirst payment shall be made
oil tin; day of sale, to l>e refunded if the sale is
not confirmed. Sale to commence at one o'clock
r. M. J, 11. ItEIISNYDKIf,
1 -."it Administrator.
Ij^XECUTt >H'S NOTlCE.—Letters l estament.
J ar.v on the estate of Jonathan Philips, late
ol llie il*nugh of Millheim, Centre county, l'a.,
deceased,, having been granted to the under
signed. all persons indebted to said estate are
inquired to make Immediate; ]i:iyment, and
those haviug claims against tiie same to pre
sent thein duly authenticated for settlement,
i lie note- and accounts are left in the hands of
Is. O. lieiiiinger for settlement and collection.
•JOHN P. KUNKI.K, Cent re Ilill
l-6t I>. O. DKIMKGEK, Millheim.
and liow to obtain them. Pamphlet
tree, upon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMOBE, SMITH & CO.
Solicitors of Patents,
Js'iCr l'a ten I Qfflvt, I>, C,
Grand Ant ion Sals
FIXE WVraiLS, JEWELRY,
CLOCKS, & FaFOY GOODS.
I tell! '!*s]>')s( of in'/ ot t'ic
above artU'lis at AI talc
MONDAY AFTERNOON JAN. 5., 1830.
at 'J.'.>ll o'vhtek ami contiuitu eery ajtce
)<vm, ami evening at 7-"30 taiil tin intirc
stock is dti of.
You arc invibd to attcul these sales
ami procure tla sth/oods at
Your Own Prices.
Everything ynaru)itced as 'cprcscnttd
or van ay refit ode I.
Everything mud be sold.
FRANK P. BLAIR,
No. 1 Broekerhoff House,
MANUFACT ll HE It OF
OFFICE ANI) sroui:
950 Xorth Second Street,
943 St. John Street,
First Class Work and
Country Trade Respectfully
P g 318 11 a2!
Procured for soldi* rs dlwWi'il In t! o U. S sr -
vie* from aitv i\m*e. '>v lAr llfii* of dtsviwcu
sulil t: *. Mi poi.vi.ois (!.•;.' tod tv <! di -
clutrge, and io date of t; •* . ; i tho iit* •oluifj .
l'ci.si.'iis iacioas i Address with stamp,
5T011.,,/l A UK,
3-U 013 !•> U. N. W. Washington. D. C.
a V t WiA t f£
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The s*?: t ppfuterffy of ihe White !• the meet ca>
tftititg lit-4 ; .o to Its exsct'snce or.d supriority
ove; other nd in submitting it to the
irade we put It upon its ir.erits, aid In no Ins'ance
haxite > p r >et fciivd todatit'y any recontmcndatk-ii
in it: favor.
cn t*ient that we are now compelled to turn out
evoxy tit.roe lax
da. 37- to supply
tlxo cLm.o3a.d !
Every machlre 13 warranted for 3 years, end
goldicr c"sh at liberal discounts, or upon easy
to k'i the convenience of customers.
9G~AGISTS WAITED CJ TO3CCTOSD TZES^CS?.
fvi 358 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. Ohle.
BiCrIQLS,SHEPAP,D & CO.,
Jlattlo Creole, IVflch.
ORIGINAL AND ONLY GENUINE
TIIF Mstrlilow (Jratn-SHvlnff. Tlme-Savlne,
md Money-Suvinij Thri-khrr of thl* <li>r and (rniara.
tlon. Bojonl l! livnlrr fur Work, Ptrfrct Cl^abi&fi
and for Hhving (Jiain from Wast*J.
V -VlV_ . V-.;'
STKAM fun or T lirosKcrs 11 Spprinlty. ciol
si/d of Septra tri * cmdo cxpre# tlj for i-veam Power.
OUli llßrinled St m Thrcsliir Knirlnee,
!> Portable ns.<l Traoiton, with Valinblc Imiirora
men ~ eoyon.l any other t.iniu or kind.
iV.iSK FNTIRK TiirosKiutr KxprntW fund nfton
A tbr.'e to flvo tlmcj tlmt amount) can be niado by the
V.ytrn tirain SAVED by thwo Improved >L:chiuo.
#S,RAIII Itnlsem will nnt nuhnttt tfltha cnor-
N* MM iraxt (aor Qrsli: nr.d 'lie iu'jlor work dono by
til other macliiace, vhn onto posted oil tie alffi-rcuce.
>.yo r Only Vastly Sutprlor for Wlioat, Oafs,
Bartsy, Ry, and like (.rains, bot the (Ini.v Sueec.s
fnl 'lbr>heV In Klax, Timothy, Mi.'let, Clover, and like
8odt. Kqnirew no "afta'.lialcuw" or "rebuilding" to
chart*** frciii t.i aln to Hoed*.
IN Thorough IVorLmnnaWp. E'pirant Flniali,
rcrrectlen of Parts, Compl, of Kqulpmenl, etc.,
our " ViaiiAToa" Thresher OutCtsare lucouij,arable.
*MFABVKLOUS for SIin)HH/y of Parts, nslng
i&Tara I L .„, thau Oiuvhnlf tha n.i.al Bel's and Gears. Makes
Clean Work, with no Uttericgsor SeatU'rings.
POl'K Si/PS of SepaiHtors Made. Kanjrln
from Six to Twelve-Horse aze.aud twoatylos of Mount
ed Horse Powers to niateh.
FOB Particulars, flail n onr Ppalors or
w rite to us for IH'MviKl Oroulur, 'ltl'.h *C mail free,
HIGHEST & BEST AWARD
And Grand Menial of Honor.
Economy, Durability and Rapidity
combined with perfect v/ork,
Ar Distingvifhinjr Features of the
Gilt Fan M. faretee Fans,
A. P. DICKEY,
Now having many h.tc i.npiovumenti. tVy are fully
equal to evciy ucnui. d; c'ct.i.nif; a.l hud
I'ea*, Deans, C.M Iv .if, ( om a id V mall S. en.
They grade \Vht >t pciArt! by t,m e handling Sep
arate (Jati from Wheat, Ibuley .nd llye, 4T>ey have
very pet feet arrangements I r cleaninfr iiinotny,
I liver Ha* Feed," Or. h*:rd ('■ i, and all other
Small Feeds They Ch. it i ert'.ct'v, n d combine
every qualification required ti Jo th- Ls;l v/crl. in
Warekmiae, as well as Farm Mills, ere larqe'y crn
structcd, both kirn's requiring tine tires t) fi.ror.i
medate the dvinant', and giving a capacity if from 50
to 500 bushels per hour, arc ruing to tire f twill.
They arc rhipped, L xcd f rotren transportation,
nr.d "set up" or "Ln oh'J d iv.'.i Ar foi."idlnj
1 ila.d, rs requested; ai.d i t r.'l case- put free on
board Cars or Steamer. Orders filled tame day :
received. ... .. , , ,#• 0
Mills shipped "hnrci.ci! own go ( r lial. the
lr-i-lit ch. rged as when t rwarded "set up." Oho
araphs ai d t ireu'ar. suj plird on application. Puces
\vi I 1 c quoted sr.d on liberal tem.s. Con ct*
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Centennial V/orld's Fair, 1876!
vuy jrovsesa trrtArioGki.T aa tbs
TSrtr cfEoivpatira oxrcllaccMa rccpjrotEhd bp
the Jtniga) lu linir lloport, lrom wkScb ib*9
foU'.vrJn~ sb au extract:
"Tho IJ. eriOM.VGBR OIIGAW CO.'
ctliUilt uo Lis lint Inklrumonu at a
prlca riiieriiiM tbou pessifcio to a !a:t; cli sa
at p*jrrl?i.Erß, liavitsg & eombiuatloM ot ]>#;ie
acd Eclla, nrodccln • novel and plßaelcg clTrctt,
cnuJclnlng tnar:y tJfiairabla Jirprovcnfen j, wllj
ctaTd looser In dry or <". amp olimste. Ices L'ablo
to c<* out of order, all the boords bctnii md#
tbree-ply, prti logeiher eo It is im-ioaetbla for
tfc".u io citbsr fihrialr, awell or BpMf." TUB
OA I, Y ORGANS AWAEDUD TUI3
Tbl* HodI fcr.d Award wsi rw ted cfier tha
xaort Sjreru competition of tlso rnaksra,
befoie otieo' tlso suoat cauipeeec jurtas
Hbw Blyl< a and prWs jnst inod. which are
in toccroanco wikh our rule, the ZIfJST Oll
tiiAN for tao luast moccy.
??* *rt> prepared to appoint u fow new
CatTlojuej ictiiad, poit-iaid, oa
e. SHOfild'GES ORGAN CO.,
G7 to 1?3 PHESTifUT STBEET,
27'jrtr Ksr** Ooi?*:.
WILDER'S D! R EOT DRAFT
CJY £U A Ms} II? E 9
LSJPS 6. H i>i fti U Eit n
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•'. • - •••*:'
THE LIGHTEST CRAFT MOWER.
THE CHEAPEST MOWER.
THE LA°O£ST MOWER.
THE BEST MOWER IN THE WORLD.
The T nr. ks Is superior to ruy lidoeut *rn hire I ever uvo oe
ever sow i;t us*. HA KRIS LEWIS,
President of Xew York Dairymen % Auo,
The purine of the pps nit with the Eureka Mower it more
tven ana rapid than alier the side-ent machines.
GEORf.K \V. HOFFMAX,
President Farmers' C'.ub,EJmira, N. Y".
The Eureka M->wer h the very host we ever £jw, and there h
no side-cut icorthat can con.pare with I 1 ia any respect.
V. ei. PIOLLET,
Statu Grange Lecturer, Wysox, p.
The manner In which it leaves the cnt grass, loose and open
to th sun ami wind ready for drying, pins the Fureka far ahead
of any machiua I ever used. 11, LA PORTE, Asylum, Pa.
Manufactured by EUREKA MOWER CO. Towanda.
Bradford County, Pa. Correspondence solicited,
wrculars mailed n application. ~ .
Immense. Immense. Immense.
ON EXHIBIT IJN NOW AT TIIE
bbbw. iwwr. r
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 Drj Goods as can now be seen at the Bee Hive,
and at prices that will astonish everybody.
The Dress Goods Department,
Which wo make Cur Groat Speciality, io Truly Immense.
One lot 16 inch wide French Dress (hods. sold ull through the season tit now sold at
One lot tiitucli Real Camel Hair Cloth soil nt*2 now *1 p'-r y. r<l— all coloru.
One lot d.mble with Cloth Suiting sold at fl now sol i at <>J emits.
f>i yards nil woo! trhliiiit'it, fu!. double width. * ull the new pola at GO ce.its now
offered at 15 feiit I *,
500 vard> all wool Twilled. I Hess Goods soltl it 50 c *nts now o if? rod at !13 cents—a great
One hdVvenck Double Weight Cashmere. hoM at $5 now offerc 1 at H5 ets.-:-iill colors.
1500 vards B'aek Cushin t< nil w col, from to cents per yard. up—ctuupor than any store in
Central Pennsylvania will or can sell tliotn. ,
2WO yards tine Twilled Cashmeres. in all shades anrl colors, all wool filling, sold at lAj coats,
f rmer in Ice 25 cents.
1500 yards ilr<< ade Dress, beii'.itlfnl colon, in cents a v ird. sr.' I at i-Jk unit Io cents.
An tin mens' stok of'i'otcli Plaids and lancy stripe* u 10 and o*Dts *"•-•} below laoir
value, with the largest stock of
Black and Colored Silks, Black and Colored Silk Velvets.
Fanrv Trimming SdVs and Velvets la this see |<>n of the slate.
The largest sieek of Bade**, Ml-he.s a< d ' hihlren's Ciatings and ?a-klnp. Black Beavers,
Diagonal and Strip ;d Coalings to be fouad la Book t lav on. at great bargains.
An Immense Slock of Ladie's lieu-d//-. Made Coats,
Bought at a great Mrgaln and will be soh! much below their value. Everybody should *0
the great > argains n these gisnis.
Our stock of Flannels. Blanket, Body's "-Viil.;. Shawls. Men and Bovs Casshnera, Shirting,
Bed and \VMe HuimiH. 'faMe I lue.-s. 'ficuiugs. Ginghams. Toivdling. Canton F annels.
Idca'-isoJ and l'tibleach*d Muslins. Wl l" S!i etigsand I*l.low Caie Muslins are simply
the largest ever eh iwti In lliis eity. at v rylow prices. „ ,
ju stockings. GJcves, llftniiherehS •'* N i' is, H >o.!s. Corsets. Ha^-itr.Ties BaeasklnGlove.*,
and Mittens, anil . veijthing in Mi * No lon'lliu*. eo nprisme the largest and cheapest stock In
Central Feio'i'Mv.'iii t We nmk'* t'*.i* mo-sou a ST- 1 t speciality Iti Silk Fringes, in 'Otort and
black, lluve hii itiisncris.*" h'.ufa j \ jli>s x *. Children Men s &inl I iidcrsMi tn jtixl
Drawers, we a i uadet ,e] every > ><iv. -bid r* • iv<-d a n-wl it of C'.ii *ets. in 3 jrtv, 2-ply and
in rain ""tattings <6l Cloths, for d r and t a We, C .t;o:i It s. C i-p t Chai i, &e.. Ac. Also an
other hit of ' • •• yar.h r t fast c I.u i am: r.tu o. ti. ln .t in th .-; c.'ty a: toot, cexta, 4 ot#, 4
' tI TV lVe a fi\e' t' " tenllue ! v ' G<wl- "re of B- •"* Haven. It * - the greatest variety
of goods to .< if - MM. li k- - oniy it■ •. Kis eg ihl > I t, U Ciena cheaper til*
anV other 1 >t. * * rtj i g; t' <i ■. .n hi* '.r-iie <.j • i ib! n< ut inuch cheatHsr
th.ui sin di s* res, mi,'! <■.; | W t. . ' in >' • ;>:■■■ ■ ami i? • f.idv a - cheap as the goods
cost them. I-I fvn-vli: Iv cam rarlv end h• c os; d that we (,nlv fuete, and tlikt
large stoics Mk" the l**e IBvecm o!7 *r d eid>-1 a'tvaiilaees ovor every competitor. The Great
Bee Hive Dry Goods Store,'ss "1.-.in Street, Bock Haven, Pn,
./, J, EVERETT* ESQ®*®*
•All Oilers lij M\ will om Pranst al Imffli AMI
"2"OUR IFATRONAGE SOLICITED.
Successors to tlio ' East Lewisburg Lumber & Manufacturing Company,'
mjmmim tui era 01
Flooring, Siding, Moulding, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Verandas and ail other kinds of Building
— l >
B'UNfl provided with arop> facilities, the latest nr.tl most improved machinery, and"
♦lie h -s? tue' hanienl skill, we are prepared to execute all orders promptly, and in the
very best manner.
We special attention to the furnishing oJ Material for the bet
ter gi £ ties of
Also, to the manufacture of SCHOOL OFFICE and CHURCH FURNITURE,
SUNDAY >CHOOL, and PRIVATE JBOOK CASES.
FACTORY- EAST LIWIJiRtHU. J! IIS BIT KROM.
N. H.-Wc enn send Materials to < "-obnrn or Spring Mills at cheap freights. 25-ly
!! A New Announcement I!
J!! || f| f| y|gp
235 MARKET STREET,
As usual, always the CHEAPEST arid FIRST in
the field with ALL THE NOVELTIES
OF THE SEASON.
■fl Ihi -< O* ►
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
A Complete Stock of LADIES' and MISSES'
HATS AND BONNETS.
Feathers, Velvets, Silks, Satinsjand Ribbons
in all Shades.
NQTZO.Y& &Y& Fe-LYCr Gqq®s.
CORSETS AND HOSIERY A
GLOVES, liI'CUES, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
Ladies' and Childrens' Underwear.
All Styles of Dress Buttons, Towels, Table Covers. Gerroantown Wool, Saxo
ny Wool, Zephyrs, Jewelry and Prrfumery, Woolen Snawls,
Sacks, and Hoods, Ladies* Misses' Furs, &c., &c,
A large Stock of Ladies' Ready-made
Coats from $2.50 up.
OUR FIVE GENT COUNTER
Replenished and New Attractions Constantly Added. Picture and Motto
Frames. &c., &c., &e., fee., <fec. m
EST A comparison of our P> ic s will couvi ce anv 'me that we sell about FIF
TY PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN ELSEWHERE.