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THURSDAY, OEC. 9, 18 SO.
DKIMMiEtt & lIIMIMiEU,
Editors and Proprietors.
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'Landslide from tie CaiU Store Store."
We can sell you goods '2O per
cent cheaper than you can buy thorn
in Peons Valley. "Overdrawn? "No
bir, not up to truth by oceans. In
every day-life you find shipwrecks,
who* if they have to fight the battles
over again, would fight and conquer
under that excelsior Banner upon
whose si l ken folds printed in
ineffaceable letters of gold, "that, si
lent, solid, omnipotent monosvlable,
"Cash/' the secret of our low prices
We submit our prices below, and all
vre ask is a comparison with old time
We do not imitate in prices but
ad prices to beat solid facts.
"Roasted coiYeo cents.
Green " lj> /
Essence " -S
Best white sugar ID "
Good brown sugar '
Ironstone china Teas M
Common " "
Goblets - "
Turkey lied Hank'ief, 10
Roller Suspenders 2? "
Fire Shovels ,w tM
barkers Horse Powder 15 "
Good Syrups 11 c. qt— 40 c gal
Frislmintli Smoking Tob. original OS "
Appleton A Muslin O'S "
Bleached " 05 to Oy "
Dress Goods Co '
black Cashmere 50
Men's Ilfits. 5 "
Roy's " 4'J
Men's Cardigan Jackets (lined j 1 0"
Gum Coats j; '
li Kin Boots. 00
C'atcs O. N. T. M.u-htne thread 05cor ss"doz
12 dozen shirt buttons 05 "
14 Rows l'itis 05 '
Go <1 Over Alls *>
Suit L'nUerweai. Shirt. Drawers no
School Crayon '•< '
1 qt Harrisons W. Fluid —-5 .
Ladles Felt Skirts
Largo assortment of L.ulies Coats, and
Mens Gum Hoots, lower than the low-1
The New Cash Store,
Perm Street, Miilheim, Pa.
WANTED.—Good tailors, at the Bee
—Folks had a pretty fair taste of
sleighing for a few days last week, but
it is all played out again.
—For your Gloves, Underwear,
Shirts, Neckties and Boots, go to the
Bee Ilive, in Bellefonte.
—The big hog 4f Pedro", at Watson
lown, which was butchered on Thanks
giving. weighed only 77G pounds.
—Jaime <h Condo willffer a valua
ble Lome at public sale, on the premi
ses m Georgea Valley, Friday, 21, inst.
—Headquarters for Bargains is Bau
lar.d & Nev.mm.'s B<e liive One
i'rice Store, Bellofoute, Fa.
—Whoever lost that good, heavy,
left-handed woolen mitten on Monday
morning can have it free of charge by
calling at tht* Journal office.
—The job voik done in the Journa
'Office will compare well with any work
done elsejwhere and the prices are re
markably low. Give us a call.
—Just the thing for this inclerneut
Reason is one of Le win's suits. He
Bells absolutely cheaper than any
clothing house in Centre county. 2t
—'Q lite a variety of weather within
the past week. A little snow, some
lain, a day or so of beautiful sunshine
and then agaia very coll.
HOLIDAY GOOD 3.
The Bee Hive Store, Bellefonte, Pa., ;
has an immense variety of goods suit- j
able for Holiday presents, for Ladies, j
Gentlemen and Children.
—The centre of attraction in Belle
foute. at this festive season of the year,
is Lewin's Philadelphia Branch Cloth
ing Emporium, where immense quan
tities of clothing are sold all the time
at the lowest possible prices. 2t. j
—After considerable wrangling
about the matter'it is at l i3t agreed by ]
all concerned, directly and indirectly, ;
that the JOURNAL STORE is the boss j
place in Penns Valley for Holiday j
tzoods. Ju3tthe place to buy your j
—A dear little deer came to pay its
respects to Mr. Freeman Luse, at the
planing mill behind the Fvangelical
church last Saturday. The innocent
little creature gamboled and frisked
around for some time, knowing no
doubt that Freeman would not be so
cruel as to do it any barm.
—Please call and examine our stock.
Our motto is — "Oneprice, and that the
very lowest, and no misrepresentations."
The public's obedient servants,
BAULAND & NKWNAN
j3eo Hive Store,
—A WEEK OK JUBILEE.—A Music
al Convention will be held in St. Pe
ters ' Reformed Ch.utch, Rebersburg,
commencing Monday evening, . Decem
ber 27 tb, under the direction of
Prof. J. A. Weaver. The Convention
will close with a Grand Concert,on New
Years Evening. Concert also on Fri
day evening, Dec. 31st. All lovers of
music are cordially invited to attend.
Singers from a distauce will be enter
tained frep of charge.
Convention Tickets oO cents.
Concert Tickets 2-3 cents.
Children under 12 years, half price.
A. N. KORMAN, 4
J. B. KREAMER, Committee.
W.. M.. LANDIS. (
—CHEAPER than ever, Fancy Alpa
ca for 6 cents a yard, at the Beo Iliye
Ecmcmbcr the Holiday
season is about opening and
the Journal Store on, Alain
Street is the place to get the
Finest and cheapest *\bvel
—lf you are blessed with this world's
good you cau earn H world of gratitude
and blessing by making a Christmas
present to some poor neighbor, of a good
warm suit of clothing, such as you. cau
get for almost nothing, at Lewin's
Philadelphia Branch Store, Bcllefoute,
Pa. , 3t
— LADIL'S Misses' and Childrens'
Furs at a .great bargain, at the Bee
Hive in Bellefonte.
HOLD OX AND LISTEN!—J. Willis
Musser is on the road again buying up
Calves and Poultry, for which he pays
the very highest market price and the
solid cash. This is an announcement
worth your attention. tf
—The new Christ's Reformed Church
at MadisonVurg will be dedicated to
the Triune God, Sunday, January 9th
uext. Divine Services will begin on
Monday morning, January 3rd and
will continue during the week, morn
ings and evenings. Mil isters froiu a
distance will be present to officiate.
The christian public is cordially invit
ed to attend.
W. M. LANDIS, Pastor.
Mr. MICHAEL LAMEY'S gunsmith'
shop, 011 Venn Street, Miilheim is the
place for the Finest Single and Double
Barrel Guns, which will be sold at the
lowest price. Also a full stock of am
munition for sale.
Repairing of any kind promptly and
cheaply done. . . ~
A liberal patronage is respectfully
—REPORT or MILLHKIM GRAMMAR
SCHOOL FOR THE WEEK ENDING Dec.
Nr. of pupils, males—23, females—2l
Total—No. of pupils admitted,
males —1, teiha.es —2. Total —4. No.
attending, males—2o, females —17, To
tal—3G. Average attendance, males—
-17, females—l 3. Total—33. lVr cent,
of attendance, males —85, females—" '.
Total—Bl. No. of pupils tardy, males
—lO. females —14. Total —30. No. of
Visitors —G. ~
During the week I overhead some
of our business men complaining that
there were too many boys loafing in
the stores during theeveuings, and that
they could, not see why patents did r.ot
keep then", at home at their books, in
stead of having them cut and eng tged
in using vulgar language. This should
be suffLieut to induce all to at least try
and prevent the evil. A&iiu I sav
come and visit us.
D. L. FERRY,
—LADIE S Co.its and Dolmans in
great variety, less than elsewhere, at
the Bee Hive in Bellefonte.
—The Centre Cmll ty Teachers' In
stitute will again hold its minial con
vention in the C mrt House, Bellefonte,
commencing Tuesday evening, Dec.
2sth, and closing Friday evening Dec.
31st. PrCf Augell, late of the Sliip
pensburg state normal school, Prof.
D. M. Wolf, of Spring Mills, Miss
Florence Chi'dester, of Syracuse, N. Y.
and C. L. Gramley, will bo the stars
of the first magnitude, while the les3er
lights will be more numerous. \Yo are
glad to see that our young friend J. R.
VanOrmer is to deliver a lecture on a
very good, practical and comprehensive
subject, viz : "The Work, Worker and
We wish the Institute ali possible
success, but if we were still in the
ranks we would protest, kick up a fuis,
ctrike and possibly hurt somebody bo
fore we would consent to atteud a
teacher's institute during the holidays.
A more uftpropitious time could not
NEVYS FROM BRUSII.
We did have a sleigh riile already I
The Stroheckera seem to be our most
successful Nimrods thus far; they
brought home three very tine deer, as a
reward for their skill in hunting.
Mr. Philip Gramley slaughters five
porkers to-day, (7th") whose aggregate
weight is estimated at from 1900 to
2000 pounds. Let some one try to
Mr. 11. G. Royer thrashed over 800
bushels of wheat from an ordinary four
horse farm. Not bad.
We do not know of any serious ac
cident since our pavements are in such
au unpleasant condition, but wo do
know that several folks brought forth
W. 11. Leitzell, Geo. Brachbill and
Roland Moyer, while returning home
from Madisonburg, where they were at
tending a protracted meeting, were
very unfortunate, and vet clickhch.
They traveled in a buggy whose parts
differed very much from those of the
41 Wonderful One lloss Shay " as far as
durability is concerned. One of the
axle-trees broke, at which the horse
took fright—became unmanageable
precipitated the boys into the mud and
fence corners—and had things all hi 3
own way, until the buggy was a com
plete wreck. None seriously hurt.
FLANNELS, Blankets, Cloths, JQuilts
of every description at the Bee Hive
The Centre County Sunday-School
Association will hold its Twelfth An
nual Meeting in a "Centenary" Con
vention, in the Presbyterian Church,
Bellefonte, on Friday and Saturday,
December 17 and 18, ISBO.
Friday Morning, Dooombor 17th.
9:30 Devotional exercises.
10 Address of Welcome, by Gen.
James A. Beaver.
Response, by the President.
10.30 I. SUNDAY SCHOOL MANAGE
MENT. (a) Wkat necessary, (b) How
provided. (c) llow executed.
11 11. THE CHIEF F,ND TO HE
SOUGHT IN ALL SUNDAY SCHOOL
WORK, (a) D< fined, (b) How beet at
tainey. (e) What lack ire yd in this
1:30 Praise Meeting
IL 111. SUNDAY SCHOOL INSTUUC
TI ONS. (a) Qualifications of Instri <•*.
ors. (L ) HOW secured, (c) How made
3:30 IV. OUR HOPE FOR MOI:
SPIRITUAL RESULTS, (a) Upon what
it rests, (b) How strenythenul. (c) How
to be realized, (d) What more can we
do in this behalf?
On each of the principal topics intro
ductory addresses will be given by Rev.
JOHN H. VINCENT, D. D., of New-
York, Chairman of the International
Leston Committee, to be followed with
voluntary discussions and written ques
tions by delegates. The exercises will
be interspersed with music.
7 Service of Song .
7:30 Lecture by Dr. Vincent. Sub
ject : Modem Sunday-School Ideas.
Satu day Moruiusr, Deo. 18th 1880.
9. Prayer and Praise.
9:30 Business meetigg.
10:30 Work Talks and 'Farewell
It is earnestly requested that : 11 the
delegates attend the business meeting.
.AUSTIN CURT IN, President.
CL. EVENT D.VLK Secretary.
A LI RED NICIIOLLS, Treasurer.
Rev. S* £• FUKHT, Rev. J AS. M
SMITH. S. I\ GRAY. 11. L. HAKVE.Y,
GEO. S. GRAY and J.. WESLEY GEI
IIART, Executive Commidec.
—Go to the Boe Hive in Bellefonte
and get a good warm suit or clothing
made to order.
—Honesty is the best policy in t*(d
ieine as well as in other things. Acer's
Sarsaparill.i is a genuine preparation,
an unequalled spring medicine and
blood purifier, decidedly superior to all
others in the market. Trial proves it.
AN IMPORTANT SUNDAY
Only one day of the kind for B-dle
fonte since 1870. In some respects
different and it is liopod also bettor
than any Sunday School day yet
enjoyed in Centre Countv. For the
first lime Kev. John 11. Vincent, D.
I)., of New Yoik, Chairman of ttie
International Sunday School Commit
tee will he present to give us bis best
services throughout that day. Not
only Sunday School workers, but all
of ua r.like need thefbencflt that will be
offered on Friday , Lt>\ 17i/t, by the
County S. S. Association. One third
of the population of Centre County is
outside of the Bible School on the
More than one half of the precious
souls living among us are yet uuSaved,
"having 110 hope and without God 111
the world." It is certain that these
tnonsands will remain away from the
Savior as long as they live uninteiea
ted in "the truth as it is in Jesus."
By united Christian offort, we must
seek to interest then? 44 in the Word
of Life." Laborers together with
God," is it saying too much that we
ought at least to devote <?<ic day in u
nited and prayerful consultation over
these momentous interests. Let us
then come together thus Jthat we may
go forth and work together more intel
ligently, more devotedly and more ef
fectively in efforts to bring to the Sav
ior these thousands unsaved in Centre
Dec. 1830. C.
MAKE FRIENDS.—Life is very crit— (
ical. Any word may be our last. Any
farewell, even amid glee and merri
ment, may be forever. If this truth
were "but burnt into our consciousness,
and if ruled as a deep conviction and
real power in our lives, would it uot
give a new meaning to our human re
lationship? Would it not make us far
more tender than we sometimes are? i
Would it not oftentimes put a rein up- j
on our rash and impetuous speech?
Would we carry in our hearts the mis
erable suspicions and jealousies that
now so often embitter the fountains of
our lives? Would we be so impatient
of the faults ot others? . Would we al
low tfival misunderstandings to build
up a wall between us and those who
ought to stand very close to us?
Would wo keep alive petty quarrels
year after year, which a manly word
any day would compose? Would wo
pass old friends or neighbors on the
street without recognition, because of
some real or fancied slight, some
wounding of pride, or some ancient
grudge? Or would wo be so chary of
the kind words, our commendations,
our sympathy, our comfort, when wea
ry hearts all about us are breaking for
just such expressions of interest or ap
preciation as we have iu our power to
Knnsus fonstitut onal A
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Kansas is legally redeemed
from the curse of the liquor
What Kansas has done, Penn
sylvania ran do.
The Pennsylvania Constitutional A
inondment Association, invites all
christian people ami all philanthropists
of the State, to hold a thanksgiving
service some tune during the last week
in Decern tier. Let the Pastors preach
and the people reioicu with thanksgiv
ing thjit the enemy of all good is mist
down and the way of the gospel pre.
pared. The redemption of Kansas is a
promise of the redemption of every
State, and of the United States. Let
the pastors and people of every loca
tion adopt their own method of cele
brating the Jubilee.
Write to the Secretary for Petitions
for the Amonement.
Daniel Agnew, Pres.
Klliow K. Swift, Treai.
1). L. Starr, Sec.,
Robella, P. O.
Allegheny County, Pa.
Various ft uses
Advancing years,care, sickness, disappoint
ment, ami hereditary predisposition—all oner
ate to turn the hair gray, and either of tlieni
Inclines it to shed prematurely, .AYEU'S H vnt
ViGOK will restore faded or gray, light or red
hatr to a r lch hruwn or de p Llaek, us inay be
desired. 11 SIUXIUIS una cleanses the scalp,
giving It healtl y action. It removes and cures
dandruff and humors. By Us use falling hair
Is checked, and n new Growth will lie produc
ed in all eases where the folieles are not diy
stroyed or the glands decayed. Its effects are
beautifully shown on brushy, weak, or sickly
hair, on which a few applications will produce
a gloss ami freshness of youth. Harmless and
sure in its operation, it is Incomparable as a
dressing, and is especially valued tor the soft
lustre and richness of tone it Imparts. It coiv
tains mother oil nor dye. and will not soil Or
color wl. to cambric: yet it lasts long on Hi* s
hair, and keeps it fresh and vigorous.
FOK SALE HV ALL DKM-KHS
Ex-Mayor lifidgena, who has con
nected with him a Mr. .Snyder, has a
contract for grading, etc.. nine miles
of the T.ewisburg and Tyrone Railroad,
in Pen if s Valley, from the- Pennsylva
nia Furnace, eistward. This, when
completed, only leaves eight miles of
the road t> grade. The Arm of Bridg
ens & (ood (Geo. S ) are pushing work
on their rail road jcontrac t near Sarato
ga, X. V. Chiton DtiHocrut.
On the mill ult.. by Rrv. J. A. Koscr. Mr.
George Krape. of Hreggtownship, and Miss
Catharine Deckcrt, of lMne trov.. . .
Prepare for Snow !
lames C donbo
FENN HALL, PA.,
!i;is just completed n lot of very
which he offers it, moderate prices,
lie warrants them made of first
class stock by skillful ami expe
rienced mechanics. Give hint a
call before you ouy elsewhere, lb*
will guarantee satisfaction in all
resjwets. 47-3 in
L■■ I ■ •■* L■ 4Li m
Has now opened its
Immense Stock of
Fall & Winter
eyes, your per
son and your
Samuel Lewin, Manager,
i BELLEFONTE, PA
Correctod every Weduesdiiy by Gephart
Wheat No l-hft
Wheat No. 2
nats White SO
Outs, lilttck 2*
Ruck wheat ft"
Flour \.i, ft ft"
Hriin A Shorts,pel *Oll 18.0')
Salt, per llrl „ 1.5"
Fluster, ground 10.00
foment, per Bushel 45 to 5"
floverseetl 4 -2 ft
Wutter i 20
i tains 12
Soap •.... ft
Dried Pearlies i......
Egg Coal IVfiO
Move " ft.7ft
I'ea * ft-tki
P. UKPUAKT D. A. MISSKK
GEPHART & MUSSER
Highest r.:arket price paid for all kinds of
Det!v<riil either a* the KKICK MII.Lor at the
old MUS3KK MILL, in MILLIIKIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and •oldat prtcea that defy
A share of the public patronage respectfully
MRS. AWA M. WEAVER
lias just received her Tail and Winter stock of
MILLINERY GOODS consisting of
Fremli Bonnets, ttound Hats, French
Flow ers. Feaihers, Kibbon and all kinds
of FANCY GOODS.
in all its Branches a
She invites her ruany friend* and customers
to call at her J lace of business, ir. Fenn
Street, MILLIIEIM, TA.
J- (Mont Central Hotel in the City,)
Coit. MAIN AND JAY ST.,
fyjck Haven, Pa.,
SAVOODS CA L W ELL,PROPRIETOR
Go d S impit ttioms/or O) Traveler
on Jlrst floor.
.♦v m> Outfit sent free to tnose who wish to
U* Wenvagc i" the inost pleasant and profit-
A lalwe business known. Everything new.
'*l'Capital not required. We will furnish
you everything. *1" a dnv and upward
Is easily hiade wlihout staying away from home
over night. No risk whatever. Many new work
ers w anted at onee. Many are making fortunes
at tlie business. Ladies make as tench as tn •.
and voung t>i>vs and girls make great pay. No
one who i> willing tt work falls to make more
inoiiev eyery*l'f>y than can be made in a week at
any ordihary employment. Those who engage
at once will find a short road to fortune. Ad
dles H. HALLET & Co., Portland, Maine.
BOCSTY. PAY YOU K VTIONS, NEW AND HONORA
1-E DISCHARGES. AND INCHKASF.D TENSIONS ob
tallied.—New laws, higher rates of pension
The slightest disability. from wound, Injury o
disease of anv kind entitles you to a pension
WidowS and heirs, fathers and mothers are
Land eases promptly settled, Patents obtain
ed. All kinds of government claims rosecuted
Write at once for new laws blanks and in
structions, with two stanuw. Address,
J. W. FLENNFR & CO..
Lock Box 311, Washington, D. C.
/K<€ Outfit furnished free, with full In
fci 2 ft Ist ructions for conducting i lie most
el% H 1 a profitable business that any one can
engage iu- The bushiess is so easy
to learn, and our instruct Ion? are so
simple and plain, that any one can make griut
profits from the very start. No one can fall
•who's willing to work. Women are as success
ful as men. Boys and girls can earn large snm>.
Many have made at the business over one hun
dred dollars iu a sin le week. Nothing like it
ever known before". All who engage are sur
prised at the ease ur.d rapidity with which they
are able to make money. You can engage in
'this business during your spare tune at great
profit. Yet do not nave to invest capital in it.
We take all'the risk. Those who need ready
money, sliould write to us at onee. All furnish
cd free. Address Tuuu & Co., Augusta, Maine
EVEItY SOLDIER disabled in line of duty by
wound, disease, or injury, is entitled to pension.
PENSIONS INCREASED.—Many are draw
ing less than entitled to.—Thousands of Heirs
entitled to Pension und Bounty. REJECTED
ABANDONED CASES finished.—Copies of
Lost Discharges obtained.—Claims of every de
scription prosecuted.— PATENTS PKOCCREU.
Address with stamp,
U.S. BERLIN & CO., Attorneys,
36-Gm Box 592. WASHINGTON, D. C
and how to obtain them. Pamphlet
free, /ipon receipt of Stamp for post
GILMORE, SMITH & CO.
Solicitor* of Patents,
AVor Patent Office, Washington, D. G
I PDFP O A MDT FQ OF TWOOF THE 1)081 A RT L°L E?
1 ILuD uiliurLhU ever sold bv agents to eve
ry one w ho answers this within sixty days.
American MannPa Co ,
I'YJJm Ctty Mitts. Massachusetts.
1880 FALLi 1880.
TMi mammoth Dry Goods House is now opening its
SECOND IMMENSE STOCK
For the Fall Trade of 1880.
. ■ *' t. i- r '
Which in quality style and cheapness exceeds any former stock ever
shown at the Dee Hive or any other store in this section of the State.
an,oro Yards of I)10SS Goods comprising almost every conceivable style and class.
Splendid all wool Black Cashmere only cents a vard.
■ r At yards all wool Moinle Cloth at .'ls ei*nts, worth
InOO yards Twilled Cashmeres only 12 l-2e.<-nts, worth lfl ceuts. 1>
'i lie largest *tock of lUack Silks, Colored >ilks, Silk Velvets, and I'ancy Dimming Goods e*?r
rhown in any'fore this side of Philadelphia. >
2\<cm yards of Calicoes and Muslins which we soil cheaper than any btorc will sell them
•jmo yards giHl dark Calico at 4 cents a yard.
1500 yard*.good yard wide, iniisliu, heavy, at 61-4 cents.
Alio yards U*si Brown Muslin m ule at Scents a vard.
1.500 yards good Canton Flannel at 7 cents a yard.
gooi) yards Bleached'Musfn, eli- ajier than it has been sold for years. ' *
Wonderful Bargains in Table Fhiens, Towels and Napkins. An iiomsesf stock.
The Uihcist stock of Hosiery and Cloves ever shown in this city.
300 pairs Misses" Huso at iit cents which would be cheap at 30 cents.
An immense stock of Fmbroidt r le , ; Lacos. Kid Gloves. LJsle Thread Glov<t, Elbbons, Ac. *t
100 Ladies' Coals and Dolmans, entirely new design ; beautiful food and wonderfully cheap.
Blankets and Flannels; an immense stock at less than prices of one year ago.
Carpets and Oilcloths. • at
Have received an entire neW stock of these goods which we an* offering; verp cheap. A
good and handsome Ingrain carpet for 25 cents a yard. Great bargains iu Heady maue Haps
and Cotton Hi its.
The reliability of the goods and the manner of our doing business rst the Bee Hive have
become sc v. v.ll established that our trade has wonderfully Increased in 1*.3, and has grown to
,be immense, which has stimulated us to bavji larger stock this fall th in ever before .in the his
tory of this popul ,r iny Goods House, Itesid 's having taken special pains in ueieeWi^ 1 some of
too choicest and most fashionable poods to be found in the Fastern Markets, se.as to supply alt
the wants of out constantly growing trade.
. Remember the place:
The Great Bee Hive Dry goods House!
Go MAIN ST., LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
Orders by mail will receive prompt and careful attention.
r f " tg
IN THE THIRO YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE, ITS
SALES AMOUNT TO
NO .OTHER MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH
A RECORD OF POPULARITY.
It is the Lightest-Running,
Easiest Soiling 1 , and.
Rest Satisfyls? Machine
IN THE! WOftLD.
1 5 * * i 1 * % '
Agents TOuatodL terms, address
White Sewing Machine Co.,
CI.EVF2I ATV-O, O
JOHN S. FISHER,
Every wagon built of first-class stock and by
expert mechanics. All work warranted, lie
f airing promptly attended to. The public pa
ronageis respectfully solicited. 39-ly
HP 111MHABIT ™ y re ,°S
U | I U BVI les tune and at less cost
w ■ ■ ■■"th a n by any other means.
No suffering or inconvenience. Treatment
shipped to any part of the U. S. or uauadas.
Full particulars free. Address,
(Established 1863) B. S. I > JSVFSSARY,
Berrien Springs, Mich
RUPTURE IwriaT Truss
■■ w ■ t^*hat you waut
The greatest invention of the age! See our
pain hlet. Sent free. Prof J. Y, Og
dehsVurg, V Y. 'Jfi-ly
Thr subscribers would respectfully Inform the cltiscns of this neighborhood that they have engaged In the under
taking business. They are prepared to 1111a trails In this Hue al anytime and would kindly solicit a share of
patronage. A Full Line of
COFBSNS & CASKETS
always on hand, which we are also ready to furnish to other undertakers at reasonable prices.
SHOi' 0* v KN.N STHKI'.y, miH&M, FA.
LOSE, IIARTER & CO. i
KdwiuJ-Doshler. j Jordnii rteshle?
~|-yESHLER & SON,
Calls promptly answered <la night
J) H. MINGLE,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Slain Street, Millheiui, Pa
HBf| nYourselves by making money
ffa 3 KJ when a golden chance Is offered,
thereby always keeping po7erty
from your door. Those who al
ways take advantage of the good chances for
making money that are offered, generally be
come wealthy, while those w.io do not improve
such chances reipaiu in poverty. We want ma
ny men, women,-boys and girls to work for us
right 111 their own looalitios. The business v. JU
pay more than ton times ordinary wages. We
furnish an expensive outfit and all that you need,
free. No one who engages fails to make money
very rapidly. You can deyote your whole thus
to the work, or only your spare moments. Full
information and all that is needed sent free. Ad
dress STINSON & Co., Portland, Maine.
We will sendlt to your Do,
pot to be examined before
y< >u pay for it. If it ianaf an
represented it can be return
ed at our expense. £ppd A
postal card for r illustrated
4i 7 N. U Tentli' Ft.JhS§i£, Pa".