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Hirjcti & Snnday SClidq! Directory.
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Lofee & Soristy Directory.
Millbetin Lot!pe. No. W. I. P. O. F. meets in
heir hall, Penn street, every Saturdayevening.
Rebecca Decree Meeting every Thursday on
or before the full moon ot each month.
A. O. DEIMXUKK. Sec. H. O. DEJXI.NOER. N O
Fia.vidence ()raii£e. No. 217 P. of IL. meets in
Alexander s block on the second Saturdav of
each month at 8V r. M . i:d on the fouith Sa
inrilav of i R, h moutli at 1 >.. i M.
I). L.ZERBY. 9oc. A. O. Delnlnger, Master..
The Mlllhelin S. & I. Association meets in
the Penu street sclioolhuUM* on t he ev ldng of
the second Monday of each month.
A. WALTER, Sec, B. O. DKININIJER, Prest.
The Mtlibeim Cornet K.uul meets in the
Town Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings.
F. P. OTTO. See.. ~ E. HAHIER, Pres't.
Mtilheiiu Fsc <n of Co. 8.. f>tli Kect., X. (J..
i oid ihrlr drill meetlne on the:-eeoiia story of
Alexander's Block, every Tuesday and Friday
Kcirular Terras of Court—Fotirth Mondays of
JannavT, Apri. August and NovoiulKir.
President Judge—Hon. Chas. A. Mayer, Lock
Additional I>avr Judge—lion. John II Orvls,
Assccfate Judges—Hons. Bainue! Frauk, John
rrothonotarv—T. C. Harper.
KejrDter of Wilis and Clerk of O. C —'W. E
Recorder of Deeds, &c —William A. Tobias.
District Attorney—David F. Fortncy.
Treasurer—Adam Yea nek.
Countv surveyor—Joseph Dcvling.
Coroner—Dr. Joseph Adan.s
Couaiy Commissioners—Andrew Georpc
Swab. Jacob Dunklo.
Cierk lo CY-nnty Coiniui.-sloncrs—Ucn' y R \-k.
Attorney to County Commissioners—G. M.
Janitor of the Court House—Bartrim Oalbralth.
Couutv AudiUis—James T Stewart, George
P. Wiiiiarns. Tnomas B. Ja miaou.
Jury Commissioners—John Shannon. David W.
Smerintenden! of Public Schools—Prof. Henry
Centre Couuty Dcmarrallc Commft
lee for ISBO.
TTSTKICT3 P. O. ADDRESS.
Beliefonte, N. W., Wm. Galbraith... .Eeilefonte
'* IV W....Wm Harper...... "
Mllesburg Frank E Bible ..Mll'-sbnrc
t'nionville P J McDonnell...Unionville
Howard A J Gardner Howard
phiiipsbt rg C G Heriinger... Philipsb'g
Miilheim H Ke'fsnvder..Millh' im
n-nner Uriah Stover Beliefonte
boggs Jas A JlcClaiu.. Milesburg
)->urns:de Wm H< ople rineOlenn
College..% Sam'l Giililand.. Boalsburg
Cnrtiu David Delong... Howard
Ferguson, O. P Dan Drlebclbis.. State Col
'* X. P O M Sheets Stonnston
Grogg L M Kishel Spring M s
liji .es.. Georp* 5 Keister, Aaronsb'g
Halfmoon John ward Stormsto'u
Harris Satn'l Isiiler Boalsburg
Howard David Tanver... Howard
Huston H G Chromster.. Martha
Liberty W II Gardner—Blanchard
Marion John iiov, Jr Walker
Miles Sam'l K. Faust Miilheim
ration G W Humberger..Fillmore
Penn W FSmith Milliieiin
Potter, Ji. P D F Luse Centre Hall
" 6. P G W Span pier Tusseyv'e
Hush William ('alien... Philipsb g
Snow Shoe John G Uzzle Snow >hoe
Spring EC' Wood Beliefonte
Tavlor Samuel Hoover.. Fouler
Union J s Fredericks... Fleming
Walker Samuel Decker...Zion
YVorth G K Williams P't .viatilda
J. L. SPANGLEIt, Chairman.
PUAL'S E. I'IBLE, Secretary.
If Grant Is Nominated Money
Will Do It.
If anything can be made plain in
American politics, then It has leen
made plain that Gen. Grant is not the
first choice of the mass of the Republi
can party. The New York Tribune
preeminently, has established the most
important truth ; and in cluing this it
has performed a patriotic service which
deserves never to bi forgotten.
Mr. Blaine has very many more
friends than General Graut. Tne ma
jority of Republicans in the U-iited
States prefer him to Grant for Trod
den t. -
How, then, can Grant bo nomina
Tiie answer is brief and simple but
true, lie will be nominated by inon
The jobbing interests are in favor of
Of course some most estimable citi—
ZCJS gave him a qualified and halting
support—as, for instance, our highly
esteemed coutemporary, the Tunes.
Still, as a general proposition, rueu,
many of them already rich, who ex
pect to pile up fortunes under Gen
eral Graut, are his chief supporters.
Never before was any sum of mon
ey ready to be expended in a Presi
dential election as is now in readi
ness to promote the election of General
Shall Mone'yb <g3 and Imperialism
prove aufiieient to conquer our love of
country ?—JV. Y. Sun.
GEN. HANCOCK weighs 287 pounds
avoirdupois, and is therefore a very
heavy candidate for President in every
Our Washington Letter.
WASHINGTON, I> 0. |
April 10, IS>O. j
It has been necilrd by lite Demo
cratic Sen it as aim >B' beyond 'be pow
er of cta ige. to let the Kellogg Spof—
ford case alone until the appropriation
bill and other matters of more general
interest are dispose lof There is a
st rong feeling i" favor of Sp ff.ud and
a/ainst KMI >gg, hut there is, anio g a
majority of Democratic Senut- is, a
wish o a'j uirn early. This is nroduc
I rd partly by a e nvietion that i is best
i to adj turn before the D.-ut eratie C n
--| vent ion meets, and partly a J she to
! accommodate Represent tiv h who
wish io g.> lioitie to lo >k after 'heir re
nomination The former at \v 11
recommend its: !f to till Deinocra's wh
desira that the people, and not, Con
g ess shall in ke the Preside tial notu
i in dims in June '.ext.
The mo ie set sil le and cool headed
i Democrats are satisfi- d with the i CM I
| heretofore made on the Army appt •-
Ipiiatioti bill, iocbiding the proviso
agait st paying for the use of the troops
at tie p< lis, at din favor of allowing
radicals to d all the talking on the
subject. The facts that leading radi
cals voted for the bill, with tins provi
so, at the ! ite extra session, anil that
attacks by them up m it now will be
an impeachment of their own record
| rather than of the Democratic position,
j h> what will probably induce Lite D *m
ocrats to day—the final day of the bills
consideration—to remain silent. Mr.
tinifield and the rest can cross their
own legislative paths as often as they
please. Dam uratic oratory cannot
make the inconsistency plainer.
ITobably no one regrets ttio recent
discreditable quarrels in the House
uu.ee tlrm ttie participants. Tncy
were all able and industrious meti and
expeiienced legislators, aid for this
reason the scenes or distiller will
doubtless nave a pronounced effect in
preventing future occurrences of tins
During the coming week or a part of
it the llous j will discuss the Naval ap
propriation bill, and pronably adopt it
j substantially as it left the Co ami ii
Every day adds to the probability of
!a Republican bolt of fn mid.d ie pro
por i uis if G -nerd G Mit hall be in .de
J He Republic in ''residential candidal -.
i Of cou se General Grunt will be imo.*
| mated. but Abethei the tb.atened hd"
| wi'l surely occur I am unable t" say
| Hut I am e irain, lha in any even', a
j good Democri like H i'icck, cm de
; ft-a* a Uiiid Hrm Republic oi candi
date. A b >ll would pioh.ibly throw
ttie electi !i into the il u e, when of
course lite 1) uioc atic ca didate would
UE chosen. CAR HULL
Tho An:i-Third. Term Move
ST. LOUIS, April 4.- Emory S, F >s
tcr, Secret .ry of tiie An'i-riiird Term
Committee, says that assurances of eo
operation have lieen teceivid from io
wa, vlichijpi i, Wisconsin. Minnesota,
Kentucky, Kueas, Illinois, Oiiio, Ar
kansas and New York.
Grant Nominated by the Meth
NEW YORK, March 31—Tho New
York Confere ce of tho M. E. Churci
es its session to-day in this
j city, Bishop Isaac W. Wiley presiding.
; Rev. J. J. Deans preach*d t<> tiie con
i tVrence on "True Greatness." In
I touching on the subj -ct of the great
ness of men he compared the charac
! tcrs of-Sumner, Calhoun and Webster.
said there was another man whose
I name Miould he ad Pd t t!ur. list—the
; man wi.o la eW received attention fu>m
: the whole of Europe. lie albnb-il. he
! said, to General Grant, who servr-d 'he
I country well for two terms, ai d the
speaker saw no good reason why be
I should not be elects d a third time.
: Mr. Dean's remark.® in reference to
Grant were long and loudly applauded.
No class of men in this country en
joy greater respect than do ministers
' of t ie G >spel ; and mis out .sh vs the
i estimate which the nation place* on
tiie Gospel itself. But when ministers
forget themselves so far as to prosti
tute their hign offices to sue i bass uses
as Mr, Deans did before th • New York
C mference, they forfeit luuen of the
respect due theua as "amoassa 1 >rs for
Christ." Yea more ; they simpiy trier
it tho contempt of every light thinking
Is it not singular in Mr Deans that
in scau.iiug tne world's history for
models of true greatness, he sh.uld
have passed by in silence the apostles,
the church fathers, tiio ref n* ners, a >d
hfcli up only statesmen, proniucut
a moiig which lie names Grant! In sin
s ling out Grant as a pii un- model of
greatness and in sayh g tliat bo "serv
t-d the country weil for two terms,"
Mr. Deans only shows his stupidity
audigiorai.ee, and the country will
not De one iota wiser-for his seruion
If those who "long and ludly" cheer
ed Mr. Deans, were tiie members of
conference, they should at once redgn
their several charges and clerical offices,
mount tho political stump, and eudea
vor to i iipress tiie voters nf tie United
States of their duty tn elect Grant foi
a third term. They are certai ily not
proper men for ministers of the Gos
THE Republican del egates from Con
necticut to the national convention
stand on the several candidates as fol
lows: Blaine 5, Edmunds 4, Wusli
burnc 3. Grant 0.
New York Politics.
A Tildon Dofoat. at Syracuse.
SYRACUSE. N Y, Ajuil 11. -In
tit'"Sc* assembly diatilet onnvenMo ?i
heM hv the d mo'rats In this city vn
terd.iv Tilden was routed, "bars.', foot
and dragoons." The opposition did
not hop* to in ike a clean sweep of the
deck, hut tlie resit I' was nothing abort
of it. The entire delegation to the
state conveiitio ■, t be held in thiscitv
on t lie 20 h in-a , are oppo ed to the
n tni'i t' io • o: Til Iff f r the prosiden
cv. F'ttni the Fust district the dele
Kates nre Win (J. linger, I)r. fl. 11.
lllvnn and 8 initicl II 11.,• ki .s ; from
the Second distiiot, Robert C. Dor
chester, (Je tiLta \V Hill and A. 11
Fainter ; from ttie Tniid disttirt, M.ir
; shall H. l> ef, John Grant, and las
Daell. Everyman on the deb Ration
la a s-oiiul and trid Democrat. The
anti Tilden men are to hang a banner
ovei Salina strep' nex T week hearing
this legend : 4t l r or Fie-ndout, Hyratio
ANTI TILDEN DELEGATE* FROM BT.
CANTON, N. Y , April 11. — In the
St Lawrence county Second assembly
district democratic convention hero on
Friday the following anti Tilden dele
gates to the s'a'e con vent ion werecho
sen : W. 11. Sawver, 11. I). Carpenter
i and Hiram Ikn tlett.
OSWOO ANTI TiI.DEN.
OSWEGO, N. V., April 11— The dem
: ucratic caucuses of this city elect solid
anti Tilden delegations to the district
Starting a Seymour Boom.
WASHINGTON*, April n. —An organ
ized effort to start a Sevinour boom
i will be ma.lt! within a few days. A
latter signed by the tl n. Sauford
Church, Senator K *rr.un, and other
leading Don crats in different parts
; of the country will be s -nt to Mr. S *y
| iinur requesting him to become a can
didate for the nomination. In addi
tion to this a committee of representa
tive Democrats will visit Utica to urge
Mr. Seymour to cons nt to tfie use tf
his name at theCiueinuat i C mvent i<n.
j The ge tle.nen cngtged i itlmSesmmr
j b om believe t hat t In* age of Oneida
i is (he only man who cm reconcile the
i conflicting ele neots in the Democratic
| partv in New Y ■: k.
Protesting Against 'jrantism.
BUFFALO, April 4.- An Indepeud
! cut R publican CI b h; been f -rnied
! here, which bids for to give the ma
' chbie consid.nable trouble. S una of
j the most iotlueuti.il citizms a e mem
I hers, and energ tie you ig inn i p ed no
| inate. Tin y have issued an ad less
I P'ot sting agiiius: Its ,g dictation and
Opposed to tho Faird Term.
BOSTON, April 5. A circular sigM-d
by the il.n, li. Rock wo el Iloai . Hen
ry L. Bieicc, J dill I) Wi.ShLuri o,
; Martin Biimuier, William I) Chan
| bourn and otlier leading Republicans,
I has been addressed to the members of
j Ihe Republican par y m Massachusetts,
; strongly urging that d.-legt'es be sent
|to the forthc ailing Sr.re C nvention
I at \\ orcester wiio arc o;>o Med to third
| term priu nples.
| LAWRENCE, April —The maj rity
i of delegates chosen by the Republicans
this evening to the Stale Convention
are anti-Grant, and are divided be
tween Blaine, Shennm and \Va!i
--| bume. The district, delegates are in
doubt, but t!ie Grmt .ecu cliiui a ma
THE MOST sentimental married man
in America lives in one of the Western
towns of Otsego county. New Yoik.
One cld winter night in 1 S3l this .nan,
now a rich farmer, was sdting by a
bright, warm lire that burned in an
old fashioned open Are place. Not un
mindful of the spirit of Pope's lines :
There swims no goose so gray but,
soon o> la'e,
She finds so ne houe-L gander for a
the hired girl also look a seat by the
tire. The master of the house w .sdes
pcratcly in l<-ve with the hiied girl, and
when she remark j d that the fiie was a
cheery one ho rcp'ie I that it ehould
burn for lier as long as she lived. The
two were in iniei a id ttie husband has
ke,.t Ins w>r i. Toe fire in that old
fireplace lias c intituled to bur i wit •-
eut interinissi >n f>r foi tv swo ye i. s.
Ti.e old con,de's c ii.d en are grown,
but tie eccentric husband says thai the
fiie shall never go out.
THE latest ''peace auu harmony"
proposition appears in the Pmladelpuia
Time of versiord.ty and 's as follows:
I. All contests for seats from ci y ami
state to lie reierred to Joun 0. B.illnf,
A. II Jill and llensy D VVelSn, Who
sluil meet at Harricnuig n tue d.iy
b- foie the conveiuio i, lieir all parties,
determine according to dein >craun
rules, and the repoit of a najo ity to
be final. 2. Delegates-aL larg •to be
agreed upon if p -ssiple; it not, tneu to
be chosen by the convention as aw hole.
District delegates to be selected by tne
delegates fmm the respective districts.
3. The delegation to vote as unit on all
questions in the nario nil convention.
4. To,oppose the rescision of the two
thirds rule. 5. The delegation to vote
for General Hancock as the candidate
of Pennsylvania. 0. A. H. Dill to be
chairman of the state c jniuiittee.—
Patriot, April 12.
THE NEW York i>un thinks that
K-inhlH, the nHf-coti fussed briber,
mil: 1 t do :\ vast amount of good, in I.is
old days, t< oiYo's evil lie has d >Uf in hi*
time esjxoi illy in tlm ' division ami
silence" iHI-dueya. by vviith ([ out a fol!
confession of his own crooked political
career, uinl stal tn<j wliat lie knows a
b nit the Camerons. This would no
donbt :t once loosen the grip of the
I Old Winnebago and his son Don, on
the It publican party of IVnnsylva
lad the old political sinner do it, just
to sco what sort of a book it would
XKW YOEK state seems to BE op
posed to the nomination of \fr. Tildeu.
i The Oswego Pallfidium his recently
toni cir Hilars to all lim Democratic pa
p-r.s oidsi te the big cities, and the re
sult of the answers show Ilut. six c.uiu
ties are for TiMen, forty-two oppostd
to him, and two u m-committal.
Opinion is strongly against his nomin
THE New Yoik Democratic state
convention will meet at Syracuse on
the 2'tli inst.
JuOE \fAVKit is again being men
tioned as a candidate for Supreme
IT is said that Congressman Clyiner,
of Perks, will not lie a candidate for
reelection. Senator Ermentrout and
Peter D. Wanner are competitors for
SENATOR DAVIS, now the richest
man in West Virginia, was once a rail
<+ ♦ # -
JUDGE BLACK is said to have no pre
fereneo for President except General
Hancock. We would call tiiat making
a good choice.
TIIE Democrats have carried Keo
kuk, lowa, the other Monday, which
was the first time in many years.
OHIO, lowa and West Virginia are
nw the only sut a that have their
eleotio; B in October.
NoTiUE.—Lett r testament
j aryon the eiUte of Adam Mo; r, late of
the Borough of Mil l.eim. deceased, having
been granted to the t.derSKi>ed, nil peiim h
knowing themselves Intlel tel to sakl estate are
ht'o by noUlie-a to in ike immediate lavmcnt,
and those having flu IIP t > present the KIIUU
duly authentic.,.) J foi payment.
12-GL . MICHAEL I'L.UH H. JH.
"I,^\• CUTOH'S NoTK K.—letters ledum* nh
J j ary on Hie estate of Ki-Uu-cu It ss, late of
Haines township, docsd. having heen giant
*d to tbe undersigned. ail JHUSOUS knowing
themselves indebted to s.ud e-ta'e are hereby
requested to make iaomediat ■ payment, and
th< se having ehiints against the same t< present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN L. Kk; .\Mr.n,
VMMISISTK VTOirs NOTlCE.—Letter* of
Adminisiiatam on t!ie I'sta'e of Maioiah
(.'••onniiller, lute of Haines town i.ip. decea e 1.
has lhj; tie n granted to t|j- under Igned. all
persons knowing theim-c. ves indebteu to said
csiate .tie hereby re<ju**stej torn ik< iuimediale
paytn-nt, ami Hi >se liiviav ei.U us against the
Hatne to fesont tliem uu '< nutln ntientcd for
settlement. JAKHO I'AKrt.t.
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large si/.e, improved KUHBEH ROLE Clothes
Wringer in the World, soiling at I.KSM THAN
HALE rmz.E. Good references guaiatUeed.
E/erybody "rrd hot"' to get one! No competi
tion; The best chance <>f your life to MAKE
MONEY. Samples, A2.IV>. Circulars and lull
pari icttiars tree. AGENTS WILUNO TO NI cox
viNcen. Address, PAKAGON WuiNorai CO.. New*
Red ford, Mass. !2-3m
obtained for disabled soldier* 4 , from date of dis
charge, if application is tiled before July Ist,
18ft0. Pensions increased. ' Send postage for
new laws blanks and lustru<lions. Address,
W.C. BERINGC & CO.,
I'lt Pi., or Washington, I). O.
Clai.a Agency in the United States.
PENSIi >NS Soldieis dis
ubled in 11. S. Servic > from any '.iuse;also, for
heirs of d •ceased soldiers. All pensions date
back to day of discharge, and to date of death
of the soldier. Pensions increased: Bounty
and new Discharges procured. Address with
st inip*.Vroi>i)AHT &* Co., ito on No. 6 .St. Cloud
Building, Was iugton, D C. 12-1 in
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learn Telegraphy, g x> 1 situations gu&rnnte -u,
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Hp J vour address o:i a Postal Card lora sam-
Ou U pie copy of our beautifully illustrated
paper, YOUTH "a HOMS LIBKAKV, Boston, .Mass.
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B- al S' JH ssSK jpS running ..av. . the throat, weak eves t deainess, loss of vo.ee,
tJ? u '•■ 1 G A4M H8! loss < uUI, i' .pasting odors, nasa' deformities, aim finally
■* •* K LI iKB3 1 ' consumption. From first to last it is ev.-r aggressive. 1 )r<jfi
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it m<y rapidly develop int quick consumption- The tncr.t thorn.un, suc
ffTs cc-siul and pleasant treatment is Dr. M. W. CASE'S i'opu.ar Ktinedy—
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TH K1? A RPETTE! Jr., * „"f". 'l'.?™,
a want long felt bv Ihe public The ueliclous
iiui->ic of the Harp N lieie produced by any one,
ni > u, woiiain or chßd. even though entirely Ig
norant of music. 'I he strings ate numbered
from one to fen , and the initdin which accom
panies lie instrument Is numbered In like
manner, instead of Lung printed In notes.
I've:yl ti ly appreciates the inu Ic i tin- haip;
It Is the king of musical instruments, and this
ts a perfect harp in miniature—the same delici
ous tones—and -houhl be In eveiy family in the
land. Any one who em read this advertise,
nieiit can piny it at oneo as well as the most ae
compllseea musician. Elegantly inlabed nnd
an ornuiiient to any room. We also send along
with it a large lot of music numbered as cx
nlalnod above. The list Includes "Home, sweet
Home;' "I.ust KOHH of Siuuincr;" "Sweet Bye
and Bye;" "Gld Folks ai Home;" "Ilold the
fortand all t.ie fav<>i lie nu-lodic * <>i tbe day
Perfect satl-f,ctlon guaranteed. Every one
who pureh IM-I endorses them and ifiv'miiiPiiits
them to their neighbors. Think of It no more
tedious months ol study to master music. Here
is a superb musical Instrument, all ready for
us • and reunit ing )lo practice to play perfectly.
Bond At once, and in the HiRKTTi ym win
lutve at log of beauty and joy forever. Sent
prepaid in a registered package (which ensures
absolute b *fe delivery) on receipt of price,
♦2.iO. Remit bv ;wstifllce ord< ror rc;H>teitui
letter. A dress. KEN HALL & CO. 222 Prank-
I n St., Boston. Mass.
"An old established concern whose reliability
Is unutic <tinned.N . Y. World. 12 1 in
New Law- 1 . Thousands entitled. Every sol.
tiler even slightly disabled, by wounds,disease,
or aecid-uil. entitled to pension, dating back to
day of discharge. Even the loss of a Buyer or
toe. entitles t' pension. Also, all widows and
i ep.'iident paienls. and minors entitled. 1 line
limit- a. Apply at once. Many pensioners now
entitled to Increase. Iloai ty \ M due to tlious
atuls. Land cases settled. Patents procured
for inventors, few fixed by law. Send two
stamps for new laws, b auks and instructions to
K. It. < E I, SON &GO , Pension and PaG-nt At.
torueya, I.oek Box 725, WASHINGTON. D. C. 14 4
HAD A CI I? To solicit orders for our Nursery
will hllLu stock. Men of integrity, good ba-
MPij bits, energy and iair business ea-
Itl ft n iiaeity can oasily acpUre aknow
iUklJTPn Iv'dge of the business, nmsf give
'' iin 1 LtUi entire attention to tbe work an.
l" aide fo go to any patt of their own or ad
PI KHAM.XR I MNOYVI'M, GOOD PAY
Give age. previous <H-cupat.ou, and references.
Address, ft. <■. UHASK& CO., hi N. MEKUIKNT.
PHIX.AUEI.PH I A. 14-4t
Deininger & Musser
The old and popular establishment
i- jtrepared to do all work m
their line in a style equal
to any in CenUal
that defy competition.
of ill sizes, stylus nnd [trices made
oh short notice.
The proprietors hope, by
o inui if thu uoiitiiHietl uonli'leiiue f
their Trie.' s itt I pitrous, n !
4 I!so public till 2".
Sbops east of Bridge,
and how to obtain thom. ramplilet
xree, upon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMORE, SMITH & CO.
Solicitor of I'oUnU,
Near Potent Otfirc. fl'usUiuyton, D. C.
rfucccßsors to the* "East Lewisburp Lumber & Manufacturing Company,
NXuii n facta rora of
Flooring, Siding, Moulding, Doors, Sash, Blinds,
Verandas and all other kinds of Building
~| \ KT\r: provided wllh ample the latest and most improved machinery, and
the l si mechanical skill, we are prepared to execute all orders promptly, and in the
■I .J very beat manner.
We jiive ppecial attention to the furnishing ol Material for the bet
ter prt des of
Also, to the mnnnfacture of SCHOOL OFFICE and CHURCH FURNITURE,
SUNDAY SCHOOL, and'PRIVATE BOOK CASES.
FA CTOR Y- FAST LEWINRI'KU. LUESBIT BKOH.
N. B.— We can semi Materials to Unburn or Spriug Mills at cheap freights. BMy
IP I S I ©8 81
Procured for Soldiers disabled in the U. S ser
vice from any cause. nNo for Hetva of dect'uwd
soldiers. Ali p unions date hack to day of dis
charge, and to date of the death of the soldier.
Pensions lueicas' il. Address, with stamp,
STODDAUT A CO.,
3—lt 913 K. St. N. W. Washington, D. C.
TARMERS LOOK HERE!
OF THE WEST
IT MASKS EQUAL
This Mill will take evcrv of COCKLE
Mini t HES' or.t Oi >e"d \V:iat; a'l th' soit-
RM. out of Timothy Seed, and all the PLAN
TAIN si )A) out of t'lover seed.
Tiih MIR i:as two Shoes wo king in opposite
directions; La* Monk .vitKKji Si\lA< e than the
oll fashion* d mill.". and will go in a door three
Sen<l stamp for nriec-s. Agents wanted.
W. I. BROW\, Munufaclurer.
1H —I NEWLIMJUy, OHIO
BSO L I C H'TI
A Child cus Eua 11.",
S§ |BQ S HVSPLEp |f
© ST£C?M G | J
hi, a c.nu.
Thsy are C3pecia' ! y dgsfancts ft mee?
the requirement of tho* who deairo
to dres9 well. Theyaro unsurpassed
in Style, perfect /nJFit. nnd so impi:
that they are readily understood by tin
most inexperienced. Send 50. for
f " Domestic" Fashion Co.,
NICHOLS, SHEPARO & CO.,
Battle Creek, Itfiy-ly.
ORIGIMAL AND ONLY GENUINE
vIIS H A r r OR 95
THE Matchless Grslfi-Sfiriuir. Tlme-^r.Ting,
and M'toov Saving Thrrjhcr* f thi day soi tfruera
t!on. Bey end all li.atry fr Hispid Work, Perfecl Cleaning,
CjrFAJI Power Thrc or n specialty. spcial
WJ itm of Separator, m-ulo exprcs-ly for Steam Vower.
Or It Unrivaled St am Thresher Engines.
both Portable aud Traction, *ith Valu.blo Improva
meuti, far beyond any other inako or kind.
THE LNTIR Threshing Expenses Vand often
three to five times that amount) can b" made by the
Kxtra Grain SAVKD by these Improved MaAiues.
/S lI.UN RAISITS YV'll not. submit to the cnor-
Lc2T mous w.i-lrge of Grain and the inferior work done by
a!! other machines, when once posted on the difiereuce.
NOT Only Vastly Superior for Wheat, (lata,
Barley. Rye, and iiko Grains, but the ONLY Success
ful Thresher in Flax, Timothy, Mi! et. Clover, and like
Sec As. Requires ** " attachment*" or "rebuilding" to
ofcange from Grata to !secd9.
IN Thorough Workmanship, Elegant Finish,
Perfection of Parts, CompletenSKS of Kqul| ment, etc.,
our 14 VIBRATOR" Tbreabsr Outfits arc Incomparable.
MAS YE Lb ~ i 'll laplli Hi sff Fklti xjlpff
less thuu one-half the usual Pelt. aud Gears. Makes
Clean Work, with no Littering, or Scatterings.
FOUR Slaes of Separators Made. Banging
from Six to Twelve-Ilorse sue, and two style, of Mount
ed Horse Powers to match.
POR Particulars. Call on our Dealers or
write to us tor lUv&ft&X Circular, Tbicb ire mail ire*
IN THE THiRD YEAR OF" T5 EXISTENCE, IT3
SALES AV.GUN T TO
NO OTHER MACHINE EVCR HAD SUCH
A R£CGRD OF POPULARITY.
It is tho r.aaain?,
Z&siast Scliir£, aai
Sost Ssti'fyis.? STacal^s
IN THE WORLD.
Traatcl. 'utnas, aidsrsiiit
White Sewing Machine Co.,
= O !
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S- HE ,
01 5iZ e; j
5l - m 8 i I
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; : 2 5 H jk § I
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§S. 530 8 i I
nls 5s a ?
p ■ * § £P o s.
2 B2> *4 5
s a"7 ?
> 2. e
Centennial World's Fair, 18761
noEOTTVOBD CMAKTMOUALT A1 7XI
Their comparatiye excellence ia recogofr-eA by
tba Judges in taeir Usport, irom which the
Loiiowiug ia au extract:
"The B. SHONINGER ORG AIT OO.'S
exhibit as tho best InstrumenU at s
prioe rendering them possible to a large cUse
of purchasers,having a combination oi Reads
and Belie, producin ; novel and pleasing effects,
containing many desirable lmprovemen's, will
stand longer in dry or camp climate, less liable
to got oat of order, all the boards being mads
three-ply, put tog-rher so It Is imnoesible for
th"ri> to either shrink, swell or split." TUB
UA'LY UUQAAI3 AWARDED THIS
This Modal and Award wae granted after tbo
most severe competition of the beet makers
before oueo' the most oompeteot juries
Hew Btyl-s and prices Jcet leaned, which era
In acooMauce with our rale, the BEST OIL*
QAM for tbo least money.
We are prepared to appoint - few new Agents.
Elustrated Catalogues mailed. pcat>paid, 00
I SHONINGER ORGAN CO.,
®J to 123 CniSTTfUT 5T8223,