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IvJI iUf|etm Journal.
THURSDAY. MAY 19, 'Bl.
* THE MILLHEIM JOURNAL
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DENDGER & BIMILI.ER,
Editors and Proprietors.
QMS May Sflaol Directory.
P. C TTeuiemver and J. if. Dick, vrtach&i.
Rev. J. M. Pick will preach next Sunday
Sunday School, 2r. m,— M. I. Jamison, supt.
jWee. J. Benton Akers, Preachtr-in-charfft.
Preaching next Sunday evening.
Sunday School at I}* P M.—D. A. Musser, supt.
lier. C W. XL SieaeL, Pastor.
German preaching tu Aaro isburg next Sun
J2ap. TalUi&lm. Preacher-in charge.
Rev. John Tonilinson. Pastor.—
Communion Services at St. Pauls church next
United Sunday School.
Meets at 9 a. H. K. Duck, supt-
Lod£6 & Soiietyjirectory.
Mtliheim Lodge, No. 955. I. O. O. F. meets In
heir hall, Tenn Street, every Saturday evening.
Rebecca Degree Meeting every Thursday ou
or before the full moon of each month.
A. O. Dbtsingsk. Sec. R. V. Bumillkr. N. G.
Providence Grange. No. 217 P. of H., meetsin
Alexander s block on the second Saturday of
each month at GVJ- P- *-. on tho fourth Sa
turday of each mouth at IJ* P. M.
D. L.Zrubt. Sec. A. O. Delninger. Master..
The Mlllhelm B. & L Association meets in
the Penn street school lu.use on the evening of
the second Monday of each month.
A. Walter, Sec. B. O. Dronsoitft, Prcst.
The Mlllhelm Cornet Band meets in the
Town Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings.
P. P. Otto. sec.. o . F. Hartkr. Pres t.
Dsmocratic County Committee.
fhe following persons have been named as
members of the Democratic CountylCommittee
Rellefonte. W. W ........ Nicholas Redding.
Itcllefonte. N.W Charles Sehrador.
Rellefonte, S. W ........
Miicsbnrg -© P Kreamer.
MtlUieim D LXcrbv.
ITnionville.- - A Toner Leathers.
Howard Georpe Wistar.
Philipsburg A J Graham.
llcuner Jerry Roan.
Boggs J a liu-s A McClaln.
Barnslde .... Oscar Holt.
Curtin John McClosky.
Col'.ege_ Jacob BoWotf.
Fermi son, old Jotm T. McCornilck.
Ferguson, new Miles Walker.
Gregg, south-.. Henry Krumrine. Sr. #
Grecf, north James Duck.
Hairmoon John Ward.
Haines Solomon Ettlinger. t
Harris ..... John A Rupp.
Howard John A Dnnkhe.
Huston Henry Hale.
Liberty - W H Gardner.
Marion ........ Ferry Condo.
Miles - Samuel K Faust.
Patton.- John Ree l.
Tenn Chr st Alexander.
Potter, north- John Shannon.
Potter, south. James McCllntlc.
Rush John Donla'.
Snow Shoe..—— Abel Campbell.
Spring— .. John Noll.
Taylor— - William Oalderwood.
Union SK - me rick.
Walker— Ambrose McMuUcn.
Worth —. Marshall Lewis.
Bellefontc, Pa., Feb 1. Cha man
Announcements of Candidates.
The following is our scale of charges for the
announcement of candidates for nomination
bv the ensuing Democra ic county convention—
strictly cash in advance: Sheriff. Prothono-
Jary and Treasurer—ss each; Associate Judge
and Register—s4 each; Commissioner and
Recorder—s3 each; Auditor—sl. Candidates
im.st themselves to support the ticket
We are authorized tu announce that
D C. KELLRR, of Potter township, is a can
didate for the office of Treasurer, subject to
We are authorized to amoitpce .that
JOHN R. LEATHERS, of Howard towiifblp, is
a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to
We ave authorized to announce that
THOM AS J. DUN'KKIi. of Rush township, is a
c mdidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to
We arc authorized to announce that
J. C. HARPER, is a candidate for the office of
l'rothouotary, subject to Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
JOHN HOY, Jr.. of >f rion township, is a can
didate for the office of County Commissioner,
-subject to Democratic rules.
1 . '-1
Oa Monday Senators Gonklrag
and Piatt created a profound sen
sation in the senate by resigning
their seats in that body. What it all
means i* a subject of conjecture.
While Conkling ? s resignation is
generally considered lidiculous,
that of Mr. Piatt is siinj ly con
temptible. After the first s|>ell of
amazement shall have subsided the
country will give a sigh of relief
over the fact that the proud and in
solent dictator of the senate has
chosen to commit political suicide
ratlier than wait to be crushed to,
powder by the Garfield administra
tion. Farewell Conkling—The
country congratulates you .cn .the
best effort of your life,
The decision of the Supreme Court
deny icg the protection of the statute
of limitation to persons charged with
electi on frauds or other offenses a
galust the purity of the ballot, will
startle many old ballot-thieves of this
city who have openly boasted of their
election crimes after they supposed
them protected by the statute of 1839.
Such crimes are now held by the Su
preme Court to be common law offen
ses, and therefore not barred by the
limitation of one year named in the
general election law.- Philadelphia
The speaking on the confirmation of
Judge Hobertson as Collector of the
Port of New York, Senator Vorhees
recently ghve utterance to the follow
ing sound words He places the recent
invention of "senatorial courtesy"
subordinate to the public good and it
is to be hoped that other Pern cratic
senators will follow the good example
of Mr. l Voorhees:
The New York custom house is m national
in Its proper functions as one of the depait
ments of thogovernment,and the collector of
customs at New York Is as muc'i a national
official as a member of the cabinet. A great
commercial port, col looting revenuo from
seven tenths, perhaps, of all tho commerce of
the American poople cannot be regarded as a
mere appendage to the local politics of a single
state. The appointment of tho collector of
9uch a port cannot be claimed as a koal per
quisite for a senator or member of congress,
like the*appolntineut of a postmaster. The
people of Ohio, Indiana and other great western
states, are as much Interested In the adminis
tration of the legitmate business of the New
York custom house as the people of New Yoi k
themsvlvcs. While I regret that the appoint
ment of Judge Robertson is not acceptable to
the senators from New York, yet, believing
btm a capable ami an honest man, and ree
ogniziug*ho right of the president to make the
selection, I feel it my duty to. vote for tils con
There is a fresh trouble ahead for
our amiable Presideut. A dark cloud
is approaching to distu-b his dreams.
The ctdored brethren have just uiade
the shocking discovery that they don't
have their "rights"—that is that
they must do the voting while their
white brethren take all the offices.
Without their votes the Republican
partywould.be in a miuority of at
least one million. They argue -and
very logically too—that a goodly uum
b€r of the public offices belong right
fully fcc them. They -sent a ulepuda
tion to wait upon Garfield and ask
him what be is going to do about.
Garfield advised them to hold state
conventions and by concerted action
give form and shape to their wishes.
They took the President at Iris word.
In Maryland they already had their
convention and decided that they
must have some of the'Tederal offices.
Anotner convention will soon be held
in North Carolina with the same re
sult. The administration may be
horrified at the turn affairs are taking,
but can not much long; r dodge a ques
tion which the party so long evaded.
Let them face the music and give the
colored man his "rights," The cab
inet will likely soon be re-constructed,
and Garfield will liave a fine chance
to do the square thing by the darkey.
He might even now withdraw the dis
reputable nomination of Stanley
Matthews and name some colored mun
for Supreme Judge. It seems that
they can no longer be happy without
some good fat offices and we hope bhftt
our model President will will see to it
that justice is done to them.
How the Star route plunder thrived
under Brady may be udderstoxl by the
following five routes which were raised
from 0166,600.25 to $7-tt,t35.15 when
the entire postal receipts to the gov
ernment from them was 063,713.57.
The first route U iu Texas, the second
in New Mexico, -the third in Dakota
and Montana, the fourth in Wyoming
and the fifth in Arizona. The follow
ing table exhibits the original bids the
increase made by Brady aud the gross
Pay. Pay. Receipts.
No. 31,454 $131,000.00 #390.000.00 $34,104.3*
No. 32,024 6,330.00 150,392.03 5.610.76
No. 35,051 2.350 00 70,000.00 6,545.77
No. 37,110 ... 10,597.25 85.765.12 2.493.52
No. 40,101 13.313.09 135,975.00 10,814.18
Total $466,503.25 $744,135.15 $63,718.57
The nomination of Staniey Matthews
for 'Judge of the'Suprene Court Of the
United states, by President Ilayes
was considered a blunder but little
short of a crime. But Garfitld, in full
view of a public sentiment almost un
animous against the wily Matthews,
re nominated him for the salfce posi
tion. The Senate judiciary committee
report adversely upon the discredita
ble nomination and there is good
ground to hope th*t it will not be con
firmed. lie cannot be unless some
Democratic Senators stultify them
selves by voting for him.
SENATOR MAiiONEof Virgiuia, who
weighs ninety-two pounds, is mention
ed by Mary Cleraraer as being chiefly
nerve, bone, brains and beard, and
looking like a Bluebeard lilliputian.
Mary might have added that he is a
bout the smallest piece of flesh that
ever sat as a member of the first de
liberative bidy of the world.
ACCORDING to Vice President
Artnur the notorious '-Star route"
man, Dorsey, saved Indiana for Gar
field by a liberal application of the
monies swindled from government by
fraudulent mail contracts. But now
Garfield refuses to save Dorsey from
the results of the investigation of the
wicked Star route uusiness. Hayes
wa3 much more grateful for favors in
that Hue and took better care of those
who made him President. Wells and
Anderson, the Louisiana Return Board
perjurers, their aiders and abettors,
were all provided with goad, fat offices.
Last Friday the senate confirmed the
nomination of Stanley Matthews as
Judge of the U. S. Supreme Court. A
session of five hours was consumed
over the matter and Matthews bad
only one vote maj irity -22 to 21. This
h one of the most disreputable ap
pointments ever made by a President
and the confirmation as simply a d is
grace to the senate. Matthews is an
Ohio man, of course, a political jobber
and friend of big corporations. lie
waa the attorney of Jay Gould and the
Pacific llall Heads, and did his best to
cheat the government out of bis just
dues under the Thurman law. Ills in
stints, feelfti£S and associations are all
011 the side of our monster monopolies
and against the interests of the people.
And this is the stuff our supreme
judges are made of in these latter days.
WAS HINGTON LETTER.
Waslttngton, D. C., May 14, 'Bl.
It is believed the Senate will ad
journ next week. The President's un
contested nominations have boon con
firmed, and because of democratic af
aflictlons and other reasons he will not
enter on such a general re-of£aniza
tion of the departments as will make
an extendM session necessr.ry. The
nomination of "Robertson will no doubt
be acted on. He will be confirmed.
SenatorCotikling concedes this. All that
republican Senators are looking for now
is the easiest way in which thfey can
undo the work of that caucus at which
they agreed not to act on that or any
other nornination objected to by a Sen
ator. They will not Qui it easy, but
they will get out of the scrape in some
way. The patronage of an adminis
tration i ii its first year is enough to
make republican Senators do anything.
The taking up of Robertson's case by
the Republican S euators would be con
sidered if the transaction wero one in
business, liighiy dishc noiuble; but it
will be taken up. The people will
have the matter to think over for some
time before their opportunity occurs
for a direct tVial of strength between
the administration and the Senate.
That the people will endorse the Pres
ident's bulldozing, or the Ssnators
surrender is not to be believed. That
they will feel and exhibit di3gust at
botb is certain.
I am very glad to-day that there ap
pears now to te no doubt about tire
rejection of WiHiatn E. Chandler as
Solicitor General. If the President
persists in leaving his name'before the
Senate for action. The confirmation
Of Matthews during the week was se
cured bv Democratic votes, ; bnt there
is no Democratic support for Chandler
and there is Republican opposition.
The bulk of redeemable five per cent,
bonds have been "called 1 * by Secretary
Windorn the holders having the op
tion of accepting a new bond at three
and a half per cent, to run during the
pleasure of the governmont.
There is no doubt but a very large
proportion of the bonds will be con
tinued, but a few, tho holders of which
have failed to hear of tho Secretary's
offer; and a few which are mislaid or
so tied up by court proceedings that
the offer cannot be accepted in time.
The fact that the "extended' 1 bearing
three and one halt per cent, interest
and issued without authority of Law
command a premium, is held to be
conclusive evidence that a three per
cent, bond duly authorized could be
sold at par. Congress will unques
tionably authorizs such a bond at its
next session unless there shall be ser
ious changes in the financial condi
tion of the country.
Mrs. Garfield, the President 1 * wife
is not out of danger, though it is believ
ed she is better than at any time during
the past week. Her physicians, who
by the way are homeopathists—now
say that she has typhoid fever. She
will as soon as she has sufficiently le
covered, return to Mentor for the
XjIXECUTORS' NOTlCE.—Letters t; stament
aryonthe estate of Amos Alexander'
late of the Borough of Miilhelm, Centre county,
Pa., deceased, having been granted to the un
dersigned, all persons knowing themseives in
debted to said estate are'hereby requested to
make immediate payment, tvnd those having
claims against the sume to present them duly
authenticated foi settlement.
W. K. ALEXANDER,
A. R. ALEXANDER,
J. It. ALEXANDER,
CftBOMO CARDS for collections, 10
OV/cents. N. Y. Pictorial Pilutlug Co. 11
spruce 8;. N. Y.
L.C. & S. C. RAIL ROAD.
TRAINS LEAVE WESTWARD.
13 5 7
„ , , A. M. A. M, P. MP. M.
Montandon 7.00 9.45 2.20 6.43
Lewlsburg ar7.15 10.00 2.35 7.00
LewisUurg lv 7.2.5
'Fdir Ground 7.30 10.06 2.40
Biehl 7,41 10.21 2.51
Vlcksburg 747 10,30 2,57
Miftlinburg 8.08 10.51 3.13
Mlllinont 8.2.5 11.20 3.35
Laurel ton 8.35ar11.35 3.46
Wicker Run 9.00 4.11
Cherry Run 9,17 4,30
Fowler 9.37 4 50
Coburu .. .. . 9.48 6.02
Spring Miils 10.15 ar 5.30
TRAINS LEAVE EASTWARD.
2 4 6 8
A. M. A. M* P M P \f
Montandon ar 6.50 ar9.3oari.2o* aiii.3o
LewisUurg 6.35 9.15 1.06 6.15
Pair Ground 9.10 1,00 6,10
Biehl 9.01 12.48 6.00
Vlcksburg 8.56 12.42 5.55
Mifllinburg 8.43 12.25 5.40
Mlllinont 8.25 1202 5.20
Laurel ton ...... 8.15 11 50 6.10
Wiker Run 7.48 4.47
Cherry Run 7.31 4.30
Fowler 7-10 4.10
Coburn 6.58 4.00
Spring Mills 6.30 3.30
Trains Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Montandon
with Erie Mali west for Williamsport, Lock
Haven, .Kane, Corry and Erie; and Buffalo and
Niagara Fallnyla Emporium, also Klmira, Wat
klnfi. Buffalo and Niagara Falls via Canandui-
Nos. 3 and 4 connect with Pacific Ezpicss
east for Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington,
Philadelphia and New York.
Nos. 5 antl 6-connect with Day Exoress east
for Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington, Phil
adelphia and New York, and Niagara Express
west for Williainsport, Lock Haven and Ken
oyo, Tyrone, Altoona and Pittsburg via l.ock
Haven, also El mi ra, Watkins and Buffalo, and
Niagara Falls vi.i Canatidaigua.
7 and 8 connect with Fast Line west for
Williams port and Lock Haven.
No. 8 also connects with Erie Mall east for
Ifarrisburg, Baltimore. Washington. Philadel
phia and New York.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
Philadelphia & Brie R. R. Div.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Onjnid after SUNDAY, Nov 27th, 1880, tho
trains on the Philadelphia & Erie ltailroad Dl
vUlou will run AS follo\v:
ERIK lit AIL loaves Philadelphia 1155 p. m.
44 Hairlsburg 425 a. in.
44 Willlainspoit 8 40a. in.
44 4 * Jersey Shore. 000 a. in.
44 Locktlaven- 040a. in.
44 Renovo 11 05 a.in
; 4 arr. at Erie . 74ftp.m.
NIAtfAltA F£XP, leaves Philadelphia 0 00 a. m.
44 14 Uarilsburg 12 15 p. m.
44 arr.at Wlillamsport 3 Ift p. in.
• 44 lxtfk lluvln. 420 p. in.
FAST LINK leaves Philadelphia .12 20 p. m.
44 . 44 Uaiulsburgi 400 p.m.
44 • 4 arr. at wtlnamsport 7 ftft p. m.
44 44 Look Haven 910 p. m.
PACIFIC EXP. leaves Lock llavon.. 7 Oft a. m.
44 44 Jersey Shore.. 737a m.
44 . 44 Williainsport.ASon.nl.
arr. at Harrisburg.. .12 05 p. m.
44 44 Philadelphia. A 4ft p. in.
DAY EXPRESS leaves Lo. k Haven..ll 2ft a, in.
" 44 WiUianmport 12 25 p. m.
44 arr. at Harrisburg .. 3 40 p. nj.
44 44 • Philadelphia 6 3ft p. nr.
ERIE HAIL leaves Renovo 900 p. m
44 44 Lock Haven lo lo p. m.
44 44 willlainspoit 1130 p.m.
44 arr. at Harrisburg 3 00 a.m.
44 . 44 Philadelphia 7 Oft a.m.
FAST LINE leaves .Wlillamsport 1215 a. m.
44 arr. Harrisburg 3 Ift a. m.
• 4 44 Philadelphia 795 a. ui.
Erie Mall Wfc.it and Day Express East make
connections at Northumberland with L.
& 11. It. it. trains' from Wllkesbarra and bcran
Erie Mall West, Niagara Express West and
Fast Line West make close connection at Wil
llamsport with N.C. R. W. trains north.
Niagara i j|-ess West and Day Express East
make close cou.lection at Lock Haven with .
K. V. R. U. trail ft. ' . „ .
Erie Mail Kas' and West connect at Erie
with trains on L. 4 \ & M. 8. R. R.; at Corry with
o. c. &A.V.R- L : ftt Emporium with B. N. Y.
& P. It. R., and at imtwootl with A. V. U. R.
Parlor *aii will -uu between Philadelphia
and WHliamsport , Niagara Xxpress West
and Dav Express Bleeping cars on all
WM. A. BALDWIN. Geueral 8up 4 t.
WM. R. CAMP,
AValnut & FaMcy Chamber
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Sinks,
Parlor Tables, Breakfast
Tables, Wood and Cane
Seat Chairs, Mat
tresses, Spring Beds, and
every tiling elso in the Foiniture
line nt the lowest prices. I
hope to merit the patronage of
the public by pood work and
moderate prices. Plcaee
call and see my stock be
fore you go out of your
own valley for your
furniture. You can
do fully as well at
home as you can
TRY TvTE !
Organs I Organs Organs!
Organs! Organs! Organs!
Organs! Organs! Organs I
Pianos! Pianos I Pianos !
Pianos ! Plauob ! Pianos !
Pianos 1 Pianos ! Pianos !
ORGANS BOUGHT BY THE
HUNDRED FOR CASH 1
Sold Below The Lowest!
NO AGENTS EMPLOYED!
DONT BUB TILL YOU GET OUR
WE ALLOW NO ONE TO UNDER
SELL US I
WE ARE THE ONLY PARTY RE
PRESENTING THE FOLLOWING
ORGANS IN CENTRE COUNTY:
MASON & HAMLIN
■ .. .-
Any one claiming to re
present any of these or
gans is a falsifier and un
worthy of confidence.
Bunnell & Aiken.
DOJV'T READ THIS!
The Great Bee Hive
One Friee Stores.
We will give for the information
of our many customers and the
public in general, a condensed Price
List of several a rticlee out of each
department, which we will not
guarantee to furnish any longer
than one week :
DRESS GOODS DEP'T.
Black half wool Delaine, 12 c.
Black Alpaca, lGc.
Black Alpaca, extra pood. 20c.
Black Alpaca, very fine, 30c.
Black half wool Cashmere, ycrd
Black all wool Cashmere, yard
Black all wool Cashmere, 42 inches
Deßeiges, colored, Bc. #
Delaigcs, half wool, co'ois, 12c.
Crepe Cloth, black and colored, ITe.
Momie cloth, cotton, 10c.
Momie cloth, wool, 17c.
Fancy Plaid Goods, all prices.
Deßeiges, all wool, yard wide, 40c.
Oudda Cloth, all wool, 42 inches wide,
Plain colored andjblack, 50c.
Dress Silks, colored and black, 70c.
Guinot black Silks, $1.12| to $2.00.
Summer Silks, 50c.
Summer Silks, extra good, 65c.
Pacific Cambrics, yard wide, 10c.
Lawns, gCKxi quality, 7c.
Madras Ginghams. 13c.
Apron Ginghams, Lancashire, Bjc.
Columbia Cheviot, light weight, 9c.
Furuiture Cretonnes, 11c.
Linen Damask, 20c.
Linen Damask, gray, 25c.
Turkey Ked Table covering, 50c.
Towels, from 5c to 75c.
Napkins, from 50c per doz.
Ingrain, cotton mixed, 25c.
Ingrain, extra heavy. 30c.
Ingrain, half wool. 47c.
Ingraiu, all wool, 60c.
Ingrain, extra super, 80c.
F INC 1' GOODS DEPT.
Children's Lace Caps, 35c.
Children's Lace Caps, ex. fine, 50c.
India Mull Ties, 10c.
Dr Warner's Cross Honed flip Cor
sct, sole agency, only 90c.
Dr. Warner ? Adjustable Flexible
Ilip Corset, for $1.25.
Ladies' Gauze Vests, 24c.
Children's Gauze Vests, 12Je.
Chemises, L.nce trimming, 50c.
Chemises, Ernb'y trimming, 75c.
Chemises, Emb'y trimming, extra ADO,
SI 00. Drawers to match.
Night Gowns, plain, 75c.
Night Gowns, Emb'y trimming, SI.OO.
Skirts, good MualJn, 50c.
Skirts, tucked and ruffled, 75c.
A OTION DEPARTMENT.
Lice top Glove* for 25c.
Lisle Thread Gloves, only 10c.
Silk Lace Mitts, 5Cc.
Fans, new stvle, from 1 cent op.
Fringes and Gimps, aU prices.
All new patterns In Laces.
Straw Hats from 4c up.
Summer Undershirts from 15c np.
Calico Shirts with collars, ready for
use, 25c np.
The best unlaundered white Shirt in
America for SI.OO. Call for the Owl
The Bee Tlive Overall, 'our own make,*
the flitiuir overall in the world,
made out of the best material and
every phir warranted not to rip, SI.OO
White Shirts as low as 49c.
We still make our po
pular sls suit to order.
They are all wool, and
would be cheap ats2o.oo.
Please call early, so as
to be Sure to pfocure
some of the above bar
Originators of the One Price System,
BE NOT DECEIVED!
s J '
Did not intend to leave town
BUT ONLY REMOVED TO A VERY MUCII
230 Market Sreet,
OPPOSITE WALLS & CO,,
whore wc have much better facilities to conduct our increased businct*
atfd to carry a full and complete'linc of
Millinery, Ribbons, Silks & Satins, Press Trimmings.
Fancy Goods, Notions, Ladies' & Gents' FurflishixJfe
Goods, Black Walnut and Velvet Picture Frames,
&c. &c. &c. &c. &G,
Please compare our Price List as follow
' • i \; •"
Germantown Wool, cts. per oz Knitting Cotton, 5 cts. per ball
Zephyr, eta. per oz Gents' Paper Collars, 10 eta per box
Saxony k Shetland Wool, 12 eta Children's Elogc, from 5 cts pcppr.
per oz. Ladies' Linen Collar, 6| ctß. each.
200 yds Spool Cotton, 15 cts, per doz 3-Buton Best Black Kid Glove, ve-
Needles, cts. per paper cry pair warranted, $1 per pair.
Pins, 14 rows, cts. per paper Ileal Hair Switches, from 75 cts. up
Pearl Dress Button, 5 cts. per doz. Fine Cambric Hdk, 6 for 25 cts.
White Shirt Button, 5 cts. per gross 24 6hects paper and 24 envelopes, 8
Cotton Edge Trimmings, 12 yds., 10 cts. a box
cts. per doz. yds. Best Alpaca Skirt Brai 5 cts.
Hamburg Edgings, from 1 ctperyd.
OUR 5 AND 10 CENT COUNTERS
will be continued on a more extensive scale, and will comprise many new,
novel and useful articles within those prices, that cannot be bought else
where for twice the amount.
WE DEFY ALL COMPETITION.
| 33- lEHI-AJIRJRJES:,
LEWISBURG, DP A.
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DRY GOODS AT COST.
IF 1 . J\
LOCK HAVEN. PA.
Agent for the closing out sale of a laige and desirable asscrfin
Ladles' Dress Q-oods, ILTotlons, Ladies' and
C3-ents' Furnishing C3-oods, Shawls,
Wool square & long Shawls, Broche, Paisley, and Black Cashmere Shawls, all wool & ,
Casslroeres. Tweeds. Jeans, Suitings,
Red, white and nlald Flannels, Linsey, Bleached and Unbleached as well as colored COTTON
LANNFLS, DOMESTIC GOODS, Muslins sheetings. Table Linens, Touiiugs, Ac.
c - :
CARPETS! CARPETS! C AR P ETS
Tapestry. Brussels, all wool eitra super Ingrain Carpets, also a fine assortment and' ihr most
beautiful designs in cheap carpets, 1 eHdes Hall and Stair Carpet to mat h. Floor and Table
Oil Cloths, window Shading and Curtin fixtures. Butter, Eggs. Lartl, Bacon and Wool taken I
cxchauge for goods. If you desire bargains don't lorget the place,
Corner of Maine ana Vesier Streets. Leek Haven, Penna.
bvements September, 1870.
ithstanding the VICTOR has long been tlx®
ay Sewing Machine in the "market—a fact
Lby a host of volunteer witnesses—we now
confidently claim for it greater simplicity
a wonderful reduction of friction and a rajw
combination of desirable qualities. Its shut
tle is a beautiful specimen of mechanism,
and takes rank with the highest achievement*
of inventive genius.,. Note.—' Wado not lees®
or consign Machines, therefore, have no old
ones to patch up and re-varnish for our
We Sell New Machines Every Time. 1
Send for Illustrated Circular and prices. . Liberal terms to the trade. Don't buy
until you have seen the
Most Elegant, Simple and Easy Running Machine irT the
Market.—The Ever Reliable VICTOR.
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
Western Branch Office, 235 STATS ST., CHICAGO, IIA. MIDDLETOWN, CONK.