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THURSDAY, MARCH 10., 'Bl
DEIMKGER & BIMILLER,
Editors and Proprietors.
—Clearfield county would like to be
made a separate judicial district.
—Sryder county now has fourteen
mutual assessment life insurance com
—Public sales in these parts are well
attended and goods bring good prices—
—The public debt was decreased a
bout $10,000,000, during February.
—lf you want a first class sewing
machine the Journal store is your place
to buy oue, cheap for cash.
—The Methodists of Bellefonte have
raised a sufficient sum of mouey to pay
off their church dent.
—Big bargains in men's and boys'
clothing, at;the Philadelphia Branch
Clothing store, Bellefonte.
—Read what Deininger & Musser
have to say in their new annual an
—Job printing—in the best style and
at lowest prices—at the Journal office.
Bring in your orders.
—Take-it-Easy and Live-Long are
brothel's, and are related to Ayer's
Sarsaprllla, which has lengthened
many a life,
—Another snow fell on Thursday
night aud Friday, of about fifteen inch
es deep. This is the deepest siugle
snow of the season.
—David JErtie, administrator; offers
a good farm for sale,situated in Haiues
township. See notice in another col
—Subscribers to the Journal who
expect to change their post office ad
dresses will please notify us of the
—Centre county has a population of
37,921. A few thousand more would
entitle her to a separate judicial dis
—Several brand new sewiDg ma
chines of the best standard makes, for
sale at the Journal store, cheap for
—The Presbyterian congregation at
Milton proposes, to erect one of the
most beautiful church edifices in Cent
mi Pennsylvania. The material used
will be stone.
—The Miffiinbnrg Telegraph boasts of
a sick man who at one sittiug can eat
three plates of liatn, 75 oysters and
crackers in proportion. It is well that
the fellow.is no poor printer.
—People who buy their clothing at
Lew in'a Philadelphia Branch, Belle
fonte, are always happy over their pur
chases, because they know that they
have full value for their mcney.
The LITTLK JOURNAL is a neat lit
tle monthly paper for Children from 5
to 12 years of age and only costs pos
tage paid 15 cents per year. Sample
copy 2 cents. Address LITTLE JOUR
NAL, Lewisburg, Pa.
—The other day an agent tried to sell
us a fire-pro6f, burglar-proof safe. The
idea of trying to sell a poor printer a
costly safe is so exquisitely droll that it
makes us laugh even yet just to think of
it. It would be like buying a fioouey
purse on tick.
—For beautiful styles of Wall Pape I
.go to Musser & Smith's Hardware
Store, corner of Maiu and Peun streets
in Millheim. They have just received
a large lot ot the latest patterns, and
are selling it at the very lowest fig
—lt affords us much pleasure to
state that the second exhibition of the
German Evening School, on Saturday
evening, was even more of a success
lhan the first. The spacious hall was
well filled, the performances decidedly
good, and the managers realized quite
a snug sum for their labors. Bravo!
—Saturdays are generally very bnsv
days iu Bellefonte, and Lewiu al-ways
comes in for his full share of trade.
He is such a good, clever fellow, keeps
such a full assortment of clothing and
his prices are so very cheap.
—Our Town Council organised on
Monday by the election of A. C. Mus
ser, President and R. A. jßumiller,
Secretary. Our city government is
now in running order. Don't run it
Into the ground, gentlemen of the
council. Give us good, substantial
improvements and low taxes.
—We-are happy Jo learn from the
Bellefonte Democrat that our young
friend A. C. Mingle, who for several
vear3 past was tbe popular and ef
ficient salesman in Bauland & New
man 's Bee Hive Store, is going into
business on his own book, .or rather
into partnership with Mr. Louis Doll,
la the shoe business. "Cap" has hosts
of friends wherever known and we
wish him abundant success in his new
SEVERE AFFLICTION.—The family
of Mr. John Gingrich, some miles a
bove Bellefonte, is sadly afflicted with
scarlet fever of a very malignant type.
All the children, seven or eight in
number, have been down with the ter
rible disease and two of them have al
ready died. The'neighbors are afraid
to go to the house and it was with
some difficulty that the dead children
could be buried.
t Amos Alexander.!
Mr. James Alexander, father of
Amos, emigrated from Maryland to
Centre county, Pa., tu the year 1795,
and settled on the farm of Wm. Pot
ter, Esq., about a mile east of Old
Fort. Here the subject of this notice
was born, August 2nd, 1811; and here
on the same farm the father and two
sons—Francis and Amos—lived togeth
er in peace and harmony fifty-two
In 1854 Amos Alexander bought
and moved upon the farm belonging to
the estate of Judge Kryder, deceased,
in Penn township, where for a number
of years he was very successfully en
gaged in farming.
In 1851 he was elfcted to th* office
of County Commissioner, which posi
tion he very creditably filled for a
term of three years.
In 1865 he purchased the property of
John Y. Forster, deceased, in Mill
heim, and for several years was en
gaged in the meicantilo business.
Failing health however induced him to
retire from all business pursuits and
he lived a private and quist life for
some sixty years prior to his death.
In 1837 Mr. Alexander was united
in Marriage to Miss Elizabeth Keller,
daughter of Christian Keller, of Pot
ter township. For forty-four years
the couple lived together contentedly
and happy. They had ten children, of
whom four sons and two daughters
survive their parents.
Mr. Alexander was one of those few
kind, g*ui\l natures that have only
friends—no enemies. lie was a con
stant friend and help to the poor, and
his many quiet but effective deeds of
charity will perhaps never be kßown
on earth, but they are treasured up in
heaven. He was an obliging aud help
ful neighbor, ever willing to aid and
assist others whenever his help was
needed. He was an active and con
sistent member of tbe church ever
since we knew him, and probably for
many years before. He adorned his
profession by a chtistian walk and con
duct. But he is no more on earth,
lie is gathered to the fathers iu the
better land above. 110 derai led in the
full hope of a blissful immortality,
March 15t,.1331, aged G9 years and 5
May his noble example be followed
by many, and may his memory remain
fresh and green in the hearts of his
surviving family, relatives and friends.
—From the lengthy and comprehen
sive report of the Pennsylvania Rail
Road Company wo clip the following
short extract relating to tbe Lewis
burg and Tyrone road:
About sixteen miles of tho western
end of the Lewfsburg and Tyrone rail
road, connecting with this company's
line near Tyrone, and developing an
extensive iron ore district, have been
completed, and a further extension
will be made during the present year.
Here then we have a positive prom
ise in the highest official form that
something will be done towards the
final completion of our road, and judg
ing from the highly prosperous condi
tion of the Penna. R. R. there are
good grounds to hope that the Lewis
burg & Tyrone road will be built
through and ruu at no very distant
—Report of North Street School, for
month ending Feb. 28th ISJPI.
No. attending during month, males
—35, females—3l, total—66. Average
attendance, males -23, females-24,
total—s2. Per cent, of attendance,
males—£o, females—77, total—J7B. No.
of visits—2l. By directors -4.
AmoDg the visitors that made us
glad was the smiling face of our worthy
superintendent, Prof. Meyer, who is
welcome wherever he comes, especial
ly so this year on account of his inter
esting method of examination.
The progress this month was good in
general, while the conduct in some in
stances was not,what it should have
been. M. L JAMISON,
—Who can tell what has become of
the old military bounty law warrants?
There is outstanding nearly twenty
five thousand of 160,120, 80 and 40
acreseach w.uich were issued to soldiers
or tbeir heirs for services rendered in
the Revolutionary war, Florida war,
1812 wars, Mexican war. Arostook
war, and ludian wvrs. They amount
in the aggreate to over two m illiou and
five hundred, thousand acres. They
must be among the old papers left by
your grandfather, your father or your
mother, and not thought to be of yal
ue. Let the reader of this article see
if he or sue o&nnot find one or more of
them; when found, write Charles D.
Gilmore, of Washington city, D. C.,
629 F street, and you will be informed
what to do to make it available to
—Report [of Millheim Grammar
School for the week ending March 4th
No. of pupils, males—26, females—
-19, total—4s. No. attending, males —
21, females—l7, total —38. No. tardy,
males—l 3, females—lo||total—23. No.
present every day, males—l 2, females—
3, total 15. Average attendance,
cent, of attendance, males—Bl, females
—65, total —73. Visitors—l.
D. L. ZERBY,
The Snyder couity ; murder cases
to be taken before the Supreme Court,
which meets at Harrlsburg on the 4th
Monday of Jan*.
Enough of the "boautiful" just
Wolfe & Hosterman, our enterpris
ing merchants, have secured the ser
vices of Mr. Robert Miller, cf Spring
Mills as clerk.
Mr. O. R. Spigelmeyer, who for a
number of years has so satisfactorily
administered to the necessities of this
people in the mercantile line, is mak
ing preparations to more to Spring
Mills, where he will open a store at the
old Duncan stand. May his labors in
the new field be crowued with abund
N. W. Eby & Co. have closed the
whisky distillery. Nobody need be a
larmed however, for there Is enough of
the spirits on hand to repleulsh the
private demijohn of every man within
a radius of fifty miles.
Mrs. Searle and her son James, who
have been here spending the winter
with Capt. VanValin's, have returned
to their home at EagleviJle. James is
a boy of no ordinary talents, of a kind
and cheerful disposition, a careful stu
dent, and excellent composer. If he
does not turn from £his presSUt path
he will certainly some day stand high
One of our citizens incited "Young
America" tho ether day, whereat in
dignant Young America replied with
a volley of stones. This raised the ire
of the citizen, who tried to collar
Young America, but the latter prov
ing their ability to hurl all kind of
missiles with such mathematical pre
cision, the citizen suddenly disappear
ed around the corner and the fusilaile
ceased. B>ys should not be encourag
ed to whip big men; but big men
should be encouraged to speak deceut
ly to boys.
—Mr. James Wall of Lewisburg, who
for several years past was the right
hand man of Smith & Co., grain dealers
at Coburu, petitions tlie court of Union
county for a license for a wholesale li
quor store at Lewisburg. The signers
of Mr. Walls say "that a wholesale li
quor store is necessary iu said Boro' of
Lewisburg," which if true, is a sad ne
UTOIMMKXS OF THE CENTRAL
PKV.VSVIiVANM CONFERENCE, or
THE KYAMIEMCAIJ ISSOfMTION,
HELD 1> LOOK HATE.V Pi ,
MARCH 3-7. 18S1.
E. KOHIi, PRESIDING ELD Ell.
Baltimore, A. 11. Irvine; White Ground,
T. M. Morris; Elysril e, E. Crumbling;
Howard, C. W. Finkbinder; Jarretts
ville, L. Dice; Shrewsbury, W. W,
Rhoads; Glen I&&, P. W. Group;
Loganville, 11. N. Greninger; York,
P. W. Ra^abangh; York Circuit, S.
Yearick and Chas. Goodling under the
P. E. Prospect , J. Sbarabaoh and C.
F. Gephart; Leicisberry, B. F. Antho
ny; Dillsburg, G. If. Schleh; Benders
ville, P. F. Jarrett; CvmbcrluA d, S.
Aurand and M. J. Snyder under the
P. E. Carlisle, W. M. Croman; J.
Hartzler, Superintendent of the Mis
sion work in Japan.
J U XIATA DISTRICT.
U. F. SWENGSL, PRESIDING
Hagerstown , J. M. Longsdoif; Lees
burg, J. F. Shultz; Big Spring , J.
Boas; Fishing Creek Yallev , G. Joseph;
Perry, J. M. Brader; Newport and
Marysville, P. S. Orwig; Liverpool, W.
11. Lilly; Juniata, S. W. Seibert; Lew
istown and Patterson , G. E Zehner;
McClurc , N. Young and J. D. Stover,
under the P. E. Middleburg, C. F.
Deinicger and F. D. Keen, under the
P. E. Port Trevorton, J. W. Bentz;
Union, H. W. Gross; Mifflinburg, S.
Smith; Centre, P. C. Weideinyer and
J. M. Dick; Brush Valley, W. 11.
Stover. S. I. Shortess, Sup't of UDiun
Seminary, and member t of : Union Cir
cuit Quarterly Conference.
B. F. Hall, member of Fishing
Creek Valley Quarteily Conference.
W. E. DETWILER, PRESIDING
Lewisburg, B. IleDgst; Buffalo , D. P.
Kline; Whit. G. W. Currin;
Danville, Z. L.>mberger; jßlocmsburg,
S. E. Davis; Columbia, I. M. Pines;
Berwick , J. M. Ettinger; Luzerne, F.
S. Vought; Catawissa, J. 11. Hertz;
Wyoming, 11. 11. Douty; West Clifford,
W. H. llartman; Susquehanna , J. IF.
Messenger; Dushore fund Bernice, G. L.
Burson; liughesville, J. 11. Peters;
Jfew Columbus, B. F. Keller; Milton,
H. A. Stoke. M. J. CarQtbers, Col
lector for mission churches, and mem
ber of Milton Quarterly Conference.
S. P. Remer, member of Milton Quar
A. L. REESER, PRESIDING EL
Williamsport, Market St, D. IF.
Miller; Williamsport, Bennet St, J. C.
Reeser; Williamsport Circuit, R.
Young; Newberrg, M. Sloat; Jersey
Shore, H. IF. Buck and 11. T. Searle,
under the P. E. Zocfc Haven, J.
Young; Nittany Hall , J. A. Irvin and
A. IF. Swengel, under the P. E.
Sugar Valley, J. G. M. Swengel; Cen
tre Hall, G. Hunter; Milesburg , J. J.
Lohr; Lgcominq, A. Krause; Liberty,
Price; East Liberty , A. Staple
ton; Canton, J. M. King; Dansville,
W. N, TFallace; Seneca , E. Swenglo.
Look to Your Chimneys.
It would be well, after the hard siege
of weather we have just passed, for
every property holder to make an ex
amination of the chimneys to his house.
The terrible March gales will have a
tendency to produce a conflagration
of the soot which has collected' therein,
which, with the inflammatory condi
tion of roofs, might proyo very diaas
trous. ( H, w
—Mifflinburg Is agitating the ques
tion of a new woolen factory. The
capital stock is to be not less than S4O
- and our old friend John Clapham
heads the list with a subscription of
S2OOO. Go in, men and brethreu, we
wish you all possible success ; and at
the same time most heartily wish that
somebody here would go and do like
Iu Potter county fourteen out of the
twenty-six townships levied no tax in
1879, there being few if any paupers in
that section. Potter county grafts no
license to sell liquor.
A portion of a leaden bullet, which
had been imbedded iu the skull of a
Titusvillo lady for thirty year?, was
successfully removed a few days ago.
The bone had grown around it in such
a manner that it had to be chipped out.
LEGISLATORS ESCAPINO FROM THE
WINDOWS.— St. TAUL, March I.—A
bout 10 o'clock to-night, while both
houses of the Legislature were in ses
sion, an alarm of fire was sounded,
which startled the members from their
seats. Rushing from the chambers,
they were confronted with a falling Are
brand from the dome of the capitol,
which Wiis already all ablaze. A hook
and ladder company, with headquarters
near by, hurried to the scene, and with
the aid ot these ladders the members all
escaped, some of theui slightly singed.
The building burned rapidly to the
ground, entailing ajloss to the state of
Tho pamphlet laws of 1-879 provide
that the terms of all township otlicers
ending with tbe first Monday iu April
shall, beginning with.tho year 1881, end
on thereat Monday of March and that
the term of the new offices shall begin
on that day, which affects all except
School Directors. Section 2 proyides
that the settlement shall bo made on
the second Monday in March. Other
laws, which have not beeu altered, re
quire the publication of the statement
either by hand bills or in a newspaper
within ten days after tho settlement
ha 9 been made. The penalty for neg
lect of any of the provisions of the acts
of Assembly is S2O.
In (he whole History of Kedlclue.
No preparation has ever performed such
MARVELOUS cures, or maintained HO wtde a repu
tation.AS ATKH'SCHKIUIT PECTORAL, whieh Isrr
cognized a> the world's remedy for all lleums
of the throat and iuugs. •!£ lons contained
aeries of wonderful cujres In all climates lias
made It universally Known as a nfe and relia
ble agent to employ. Aealntt ordinary colds,
which are tlie forerunners of more serious dis
orders. It acts speedily and surely, always re
lieving suffering, ami often saving life. The
protection it affords, by its timely ue tn throat
and chest disorders, makes It an Invaluable
remedy tl>e kept always on hat.d in every
home. No person can afford to be without 1L
and those who have once used It never will
From their know ledge of It* composition* and
effects, physician* use the CHEUKY PECTORAL
extensively *n their practice, "and clergymen
recommend It. It Is absolutely eertalu in Us
remedial effects, and will always cyrn where
cures are possjble.
Fou HAI.K BY ALL DEALERS.
A NttW TREATMENT.
The Goldax Elixir of Life. Wonderful
If you have Consumption, and would
know that your cough can be made
loose and easy—Hectic Fever
Night Sweats check(d in 24'.hours; In
flammation taken out of the. lungs aud
air passages at once; that you can be
made to gain 3 to 5 pound* of healthy
flesh per week; if you have anv Chronic
Disease, Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh,
Dyspepsia, Sick Hesdache, Heart Dis-,
ease. Liver Complaint, Nervous Debil
ity, Seminal Weakness or Spermator
rhoea, loss of sexual power in either
aex from any canse; if you have any
form of nervous weakness, losing flesh
or wasting away, aud would know of
an immediate relief and certain cure
for many of the severest cases in a
shorttime, a new method with new
agents to fatten every body, invigorate
and make stroug and healthy the most
hopeless cases, cut this out and write
at once for particulars to B. S. DIS
PENSARY, Berrien Springs, Micb.
THE HEW BIBLE, QUICK WORK.
The new version of the New Testament, which
has been so many years in .couFoe of translation
ami which la so unquestionably the most lm
portunt literary enterpilse this century has
seen, is being waited for with curiosity and anx
iety by hundreds of thousands. Ic is not gen
erally known thut a first edition of 500,000 c< p
ies lias alreedy been manufactured in England,
and 100,000 copies are said to be already iji New
York City, not one ot' permitted to bo
soul. They are aw aiting a telegram frotn the
authorities in England authorizing their issue.
The first copies can only be obtulned at the ex
travagant price of *lO per copy. The Literary
Revolution proposes fully to meet the demands
which its anny of friends are making upon it
by doing probably the quickest work in book
mukiug which lias ever yet been accomplished.
Arrangements have been fully made to pjftt the
entire book into type inside of 24 hours from the
time a printed copy of the English edition call
be procured, and within three days at least 10*-
000 copies will be bound reauy for delivery to
waiting purchasers, and at least 5000 copies will
be manufactured every day thereafter, until the
demand is met. It will be printed in large, beau
tiful, type, nuatlyanl strongly bound in
cloth, in a volume ofabout 500 pages, and sold at
the nominal price of 30ccnts. A tine edition in
half Russia, gilt top, will be sold for GO cents,
and one in full Turkey morocco, gilt edges, for
$1.25. Of course, the populer demand will be
enormous, orders will be lUJed lnthe order ill
which they are received, with remittance. A
mericun .Book Exchange, New York.
On the Ist Inst., at the M. E. parsonage, Penn
Hall, by Rsv. J. Benson Akera, Mr. Win. C.
Wyle to Miss Annie C. Bchreffler, both of
Aaronaburg, -in v
——— O :■
On the 22nd nit., In Gregg township, Minnie
M.Grove, aged 7 years, 1 month aiids days.
On the 23r<l ult., near Farmer's Mills, Mr.
John Taylor, aged 69 years and 20 days.
Oi the 26th nit., in Potter township, Mr.
George Emerlck.t aged $8 years, 2 months end
March 12th. Administrators of Adam Zerby,
deceased. Live stock, farm Implements and
March 16th., Tiicob F. Ptoror, Haines town
ship. Live stock, farm Implements and house
March 12th. Farm of Philip Ertle, deceased,
Corrected every Wednesday by Ocphart
Wheat No . 1.05
W heat No. * V?
Oats, Illack -\-
llnek wheat .
Rr&n A Shorts,poi ton 1J
Salt, per Brl
Cement, per Bushel 46 to 50
Dried Apples . ,j
Dried Peaches *8
Egg Coajl 95 SO
Stove " 6-75
Pea 4 LOO
P. GEPBABT D. 1. MUSTEK
UEPHART & HDSER
Highest market price paid for all kinds of
Delivered either at the BRICK MILL or at the
old UUS6ER MILL, In MILLIIKIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy
A share of the public patronage respectfully
solicited. . 3>ly
STEAM DYE WORKS
Of Silks, Klicd Cotton and
*ool too ds dyed and finished in the
bets Rtyle. tents* Coats, Vests and
Pants dyed or cleansed without rip
Ladles* Cloaks, Capes, and Dresses
cleansed or dyed to any fancy pattern
Where the original color Is favorable.
All kind of Shawls ctran r .cd or dyed
and finished in the neatest manner.
My Factory ha* all the machinery and facili
ties of a first clans establishment of Its kind.
My experience in the business extends over
many jears. both in tP.is eouutry and in Europe, •
and am therefore enabled to do strictly first I
class work at modenide prices.
THE JOURNAL STORE,
has accepted an acency from me. All goods
brought there for dytug will be returned free ,
of extra charge.
Kawiu J- Desbler. J. Jordan Deeiiler
-|^ ESHLEU & SON,
PIiI'WCIAN* & SCRftBOXS,
Calls promptly answered da nlgbt
~QR .D H. MWGLE,
PHYSICIAN & SUItGEON,
Main.Streot, Millheira, Pa
aw Outfit sent free to those who wish to
ttr in the most pleasant and profit
tp fable business known. Everything new.
capital not required. Wo will furnish
you everything. 110 a day and upward
is easily iiiade without staying away from home
over night. No risk whatever. Many new work
ers wanted at once. Many are making fortunes
at the business, ladies make as much as men,
and young bovs and gills make great pay. No
one who is wlHing to work fails to make more
money every day than can be made in a week at
any ordinary employment. Thot-e who engugft
at once will find a short road to fortune. Ad
dress 1L Hallbt & Co., Portland, Maine.
Bounty. Pay for rations, new and uosora
Bt-K DISCHARGES, AND INCREASED PENSIONS Ob
tallied.—New laws , higher rates of pension
The slightest disability, from wound, injury o
disease of any kind entitles you to a pension
Widows and heirs, fathers and mothers are
Land cases promptly settled, Patents obtain
ed. All kinds of government claims prosecuted
Write at once for new laws, blanks and In
structions, with two stamps. Address,
J. W. FLENNFR & CO..
Lock Bqx 314, Washington, 1). C.
F.VERY SOLDI disabled In lino 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 and Bounty. REJECTED
ABANDONED CASES finished.—Copies of
Lost Discharges obtained.—Claims of every de
scription prosecuted .—Patents Procured.
Address with stamp,
H. S. BERLIN & CO., Attorneys.
S3-6ru Box 592. Washington, D.C
TUBS P&PER p n
I illvf InrhllßoWELl & CO'S
Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce
Street), where adveiv NIP" HI If AM#
raw NEW YORK.
Prepare for Snow!
fames dk Conk
PENN HALL, PA.,
has just completed a lot of very
which he offers at piodprate prices.
Ho warrants them made of first
elaes stock by skillful and expe
rienced mechanics. Give him a
call before you buy elsewhere. He
will guarantee satisfaction in all
respects. 47-8 m
I IIP ■ fl Yourselves by making moo
Bra In 1 rjS Ucrob else
nCL.r H!waysk cjo/.r^
from your door. Thoce who al
way* lake advantage of tho good chances for
in thing money that are offered, generally be
come wealthy, white those w.io do not Improve
sncli chnnces remain in poverty. We want ma
ny men, women, boys and girls to work for us
ritfbt in their own localities. The business will
nay more than ten times ordinary wages. We
furnish an expensive outfit ami all that you need
free. No one who engages falls to ina.<;e money
very rapidly. You can <leyote your whole linvj
to the work, or only your snare moments. Full
Information and all that Is needen sent free. Ad
dress STiMtOK & Co., Cortland, Maine.
tFor Ms Style S nger.
Wc will send It to your Do
pot to bo examined bfforo
you jay for Jt. It It Is not a*
reprrented it can bo return
ed at our expense. Soi:d a
postal card for Illustrated
d Ircular. <\ A. WDOD&CO.
17 N. Tenth bt.. IMiilada.. Fa.
J- (J ioU Orntral Hotel in th s City,)
COR. MAIN AND JAY ST.,
Lock IJaren, Pa.,
S.WOODS GAL WE LL,PROPRIETOR '
Go <t Sx<nr>lo Runu/Jr Ojuimercial Travjlor
on Jlrst floor.
and Low tp pbtcia Pamphlet
free, upon roceipt of Stamp for post
, CtILLIORS, SMITH Iz CO.
Minlort of I'titcnU,
JFeor Fatmt o<k*. IVtuMnglfn, D. C
FDPP CAWDTF<! of twonf the best articles
I übu UuCirbuU ever sold bv agents to eve
rvone who answerstlds within sixty days.
26 3;n City Mills, Masaaclmsetts.
The greatest invention of the age! ffre our
p.unhlet. Sent freo. Pro! J. Y. EUAN, <>g
densburg, N- Y. £9-ly
Champion Windmill Powerl
The Cheapest and most
Effective power jtn the ErferjK
with pure, fresh water, etc.
AH of our Mills are fully
warranted, and are equal to flrtl
any mill in the market in ail Sgj|
respects, and superior In mfWk
very many. With our print- IfIUJBK
ed Instruct! ons.any one can anwWm
set them up.
oowitry. OU senct for Illustrated Catalogue.
Light Castings Wlade to Order.
POWELL & DOUGLAS, Waukegan, HI
1 TMPuE |
it Requires Ka Care* <4 , H at
]|3 Vlt Kerer Wears Oat.
ISSS Mouur.! Fashions
Tilct, 84 CeaU.
They are especially designed <o meet
the requirements of those who dealro
to dreas well. They are unsurpassed
in Style, perfect In Fit, end so aimpla
that they are readily understood by the
Iffoat Inexperienoed. Send So. for cat
"" Domestic " Fashion. Co*
NEW VOStC. °
*ll* IMPROTED S,
Simple, Light and Strong.
nDIiM No complloatcd Gearing. One
/Jva a man can do the work of two, and
Xfl A Ow turnout abetter job. The winner
S 'Of First Premium wherever exhi-
M jTTSSySfr bitcd. Send for Illustrated Circular
fycffTl Special Discounts to <
Powell k Dovglss, Wankegan, OL
' % ' J
IN THE THIRD YEAR OF ITS EXISTENCE, ITS
SALE 3 AMOUNT TO
NO OTHER MACHINE EVER HAD SUCH
A RECORD OF POPULARITY.
It is tko Ligbtost-ltan&ia?,
IN THE WORLD.
Agents Traatol. %Os terms, addrwi
White Sewing Machine Co., J
JOHN S. FISHER,
Every wason built of C rat-class stock si.d ly
extort mechanics. AH work warranted. Ite
nairiiiK promptly attended to. The public pa
tronage • respectfully solicited. SS-3y
The Riibsfrfbrm would rpsprctrnllv Inrorm Hie rltlxen* ofthls nelglibcrhooa that fhey I*t enraged la the nnilrr
tailing Uaslinss.WThei prepared to UUalicillM In Mis line at asiytiatij and woild klcdly bolicl* a bharc of
patronage. A Fall Llae of
COFFINS & qjjggp CASKETS
always on bund. which we are also ready to famish to otMer undertakers at reasonable prices.
ttiiOF Pi-.NiN bTUKKT, iHLLUKIM,.FA.
LOSE H.ARTER & CO.
MRS. AXAiA M. WEAVER
has Just received her Tall and Winter stock ot
MILLINERV GOODS consisting of
Frcneh Bonnets, Round Hats, French
Flowers. Feathers, Ribbon and all kinds
of FANCY GOODS.
fu all its Branches a
She Invites her many friends and customers
to call at her of business, la Perm
Street, MILLHEIJJ, PA.
nPfiifliMr Sr^cu™. 0 ";
B a *£s aW2 le>s time and at leKS
than by any oilier mev.ua.
No ftuiieriiig or inconvenience. Treaimeut
shipped to any part of the U. 3. or Canada*.
Full particulars free. Address,
(Established IS9S) B. s. DisPKKPAiiT,
BerrteD Sprtnys, Midi