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(t he jj|i 11heint Journa 1.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 29., *BI.
DEMMBEB & BOIIIXER,
KG Iters and Proprietors.
—Four houses were burg tared last
Thursday night in Sunbury.
~Ourfarmers ai'O doiib seeding now.
We liavn't taken the censns yet to as
certain how many have asked God's
blessing 011 their 'labors.
—Mafble door steps of the best
Kutheiland Falls marble, made at the
Millheim Marble Works at a moderate
—The subscriptions to the fund for
the benefit of President Gaffidld's
"family have reached tiie sum of $266,-
—A splendid, strong 2 horse spring
wagon for sale. None bettei in the
valley. Price moderate. Inquire at
"the Journal office. tf
—Buckingham's l>ye for whiskers is
an eleffant, safe an 1 reliable article,
cheap, and convenient for use; will not
rub off. Try itl
—The farm of Jonathan Phil ps, de
ceased, near Millheim, "is now offered
at private sale by the execntois. Read
the advertisement. 5t
—The masons are at work on the
foundation walls of the Lutheran
church. The subscription books are
still open and you still have an op
portunity to subscribe.
WANTED.— About 3300 first class U
inch yellow pine flooring in the rough.
Need not be fully dry. Inquire at the
Journal office. tf.
—The Star Literary Society of
Spring Mills, will hold an entertain
ment at that place on Friday, Sept.
mh, ISSI. The public is respectfully
iuvited to attend.
—A valuable mare was stolen from
Mr. Thomas Scholl in Haines town
ship the other Wednesday night. A
reward of fifty dollars is offered for the
recovery of the animal.
P. S. The mare was recovered.
—WANTED, at the Journal office, OH
subscription or other accounts, 10
UGshff.3 of potatoes, 25 bushels of corn,
several gallons oT good apple patter.
If you have any of these articles to
spare and owe us, bring them along.
—Where can you get first-class shoes
at a reasonable price? Where else
than .at Stam's stoie L He has the
largest, finest and cheapest stcck In
to vu. Follow our advice and call at
—J. A. LiMnsin, the new mail con
tractor, lias procured a fine'he v. wagon
and is prepared to carry express pack
ages and other goods from Cobuvn to
Woodward and all intermediate points
at reasonable charges. tf
—Millheim Lodge Xo. 9c5, I. O. O.
P., held its regular semi-annual elec
tion last Saturday evening. The fol
lowing is the result: Noble Grand—
B. F. Stover; Vice Grand— W. L.
Bright; Assist int Secretary —Jonathan
—The fall season has already opened
at the grand millinery, notion store of
B. Harris, Lewisburg. You can not
find a better place in the state for
1 tdies 1 hats or in fact anything else
that enteis into the line of a full-sized
notion store. Patronize Harris.
—We recently heard somebody re
mark that somebody else said that
several other persons thought that an
axe factory at Cobu rn would be a good
thing for the neighboihood to have.
We think so too, but are not able to
build one, nor can wa even trace the
rumor to any satisfactory source.
—The rumor that there is a serious
case of small pox in town is entirely
without foundation. The other week
one of our young men returned home
after an absence of some time and
soon after became a little sick, and the
attending physician did for a few days
think his case would develop into small
pox. The doctor's fears however were
groundless and the young man is up
and about again.
CORNER STONE LAYING— The
corner stone for the new Evangelical
Lutheran Church at Millheim will be
laid, D. V., on Sunday October 16th,
proximo. Divine services begin on
Saturday evening previous. Several
visiting ministers will be present. Tb::
usual collections will be taken up. The
christian public is cordially invited to
JOHN TOM LINSON,
(Centre anil Clinton copnty papers please copy.)
—Dear, christian reader, do you
wish to see a pleased woman, namely
that particular woman whom above all
others it is your privilege and duty to
piease? Then do as we did. Go to
Alexander & Go's Implement Store,
Bellefonte, and buy her a Walker Wash
er. Why, our wife, just after using
the institution a single time, is ready
to recommend it very highly to all the
ladies in Christendom, without regard
to ;their politics or church relation.
She calls Col. Skortlidge blessed, "a
gentleman aud a scholar" for having
p<suaded ustobuythe machine, That's
what she does. iP-t
—The Journal gives as full an ac
count of the President's funeral cere
monies as its limited space permits. It
is very ditiicnlt for a weekly paper to
select wlutt to publish from the vast a
mount of news given by tho daily
papers. We try to give the substance,
that which is most innercsting to the
—Memorial services on the death of
President Garfield were also held in
the M. E. Church, Rev. J. Benson
ALe'rs officiating. Several select por
tions of scripture were and an im
pressive sermon delivered from the ex
cessive and beautiful words ot Jere
miah, 4^:l7 —'"How is the strong staff
broken, and the beautiful rod."
- They are going to have a funny
I hog race at the 8 mbury fair, as will
be seen by the following call for a hog
by the President of the society. If
*ny of our farmers have a suitable
bog he might get a good price for it
A I 100 WANTED.— Wanted for the
Sunbury Fair, which will bo he! 1 at
Suitlmry on the 4th, sth and titli of
; October, issi, a hog, either of the Suu
! tisli or Cayotte stock. The hog must
: i>e thin, siini, elastic and strong, and
have a good set of running gears. The
I snout should be lengthy, well drawn
out, thin and turned up a little at the
"rooter," and it ought to bo long
eilobgh to reach the third potato row
through any fence. He should be able
to trot or run at the rate of 2.40 when
pushed by the boys. The hog is to be
| bought for the Sunbury Fair, will be
shaved, well greased and put on the
track for the bovs to catch, and for
the amusement of the crowd.
It. 11. AWL, President.
An Opportunity to Visit Balti
more, Washington and Rich
mond £y the Great Penn
sylvania Route at Half
Willlamsporters and others will be
offered a splendid opportunity to wit
ness the ceremonies of the Oriole cele
bration in Biltimne, which takes
place October 10th, 11th and 12th, and
the centennial celebration at Yorktown,
October 13th to 21st, and also to visit
the national fair at Washington, Oct.
11th to 11th, as excursion tickets will
be sold from all ticket stations on the
line of the Northern Central railway
and Philadelphia ai d Erie railroad di
vi-ion of tie Pennsylvania railroad
from October 7th to 13th, inclusive,
gooff to return for ten days, at one
fare for the round trip, or good to re
vet urn fvir 21 days at one and one-half
fare (in one direction) for the round
At Paltirnore, during tha Oriole
carnival, there vv 11 he interesting and
attractive features every day. On the
10th, grand parade of police, fire de
partment, militia, societies, &3., &C.,
turning- one of the gunpowder Watei
works, which will be commemorated
by the playing of bemtiful fountains,
of unique ana elob irate designs. Oct.
11th, reception of tho distinguished
French guests of the natim at the
eiiy hall. Grand Oriole pageant in
the evening. Oclolwr 12th, entertain
ment and grand lull to the French
visitors at the Acadmny of Music.
The programme of the celebration at
Yorktown, as aiiiioiinced by the com
mittee, is as follows:
Thursday, October 13. The formal
opening of tiie M i >re House (the scene
of the capitulation) and the inaugura
tion of the celebration by an address
from tiie president of the association,
with a reunion of tne descendants of
officers anu soldiers of the revolution.
Friday, October 14. Addresses by
the Hon. Carl Saliu z, Frederick K.
Candort and Pro'. Eiie TJharlier. A
grand b.dl in the luvtllion.
Saturday, October 13. A grand
national regatta, with Yorktown cen
tennial silver prfz •to winning crews.
Pyroteefcnical -J;s, I ;ys and illumina
Sunday, Oelober *G. Religious
services in the grand pavilDon, cou
dacted by tiie ll'. It v. Bishop Keaue,
of the Catholic diocese of Virginia, as
sisted by his grac Archbishop Gibbons,
of Maryland, and in the afternoon by
Rev. John II ill, of Ne.v York.
Monday. October 17. Anniversary
of the sending of a tiuce by
Lord C irn wallis, aikin; a cess ition of
hostilities; also, tlw anniversary of the
surrender of General Burgoyne at Sara
toga, meeting of commercial, financial,
and indaslri.d associations; benevolent
organizations, See.. with appropriate
addresses by distinguished representa
tives Americ m citizens.
Tuesday, October 18. Opening ad
dress by the c!iai: man of the congres
sional commission and an address of
wileorup by his excellency the Govern
or of Virginia. The paying of the
corner stone of the centennial nionu
unient, with appropriate ceremonies
and addresses, by the Grand Lodge if
Masons of Virginia and invited Mason
ic oidera of the United States.
Wednesday, October l'J. An address
from his excellency, the President of
the United States. An oration by tho
Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, of Massa
chusetts, A poem by James Barron
Hope, of, Virginia. An ode, written
by Paul 11. Hayne, of South Carolina,
and rendered by a mom ninth choir and
chorus under the directiou of Professor
Charles L. Siegel, of Richmond.
Thursday, October 20. Grand
military review, participated in by the
citizen soldiery from all portions ot the
Friday, October 21. A grand naval
review, participated in by classes of
vessels in the United States navy.
This general programme, as outlined,
will be so enlivened .for each day's en
tertainment by vocal arid instrumental
music and military displays, either of
, general parades and reviews or com
petitive drills, so as to assure attract
iveness and novelty therein. The na
tional fair at Washington will embrace
besides the usual exhibits of horses,
cattle, slieep, swine and poultry, trot
ting and pacing races, competitive
military exercises, and bicycle and
chariot races; and, a3 the competition
is open to to the world, it is anticipa
ted that it will really be one of the
gram Jest displays of the season.
The Ilarrisburg Independent
makes the following practical sug
gestions concerning our public
roads, which if passed into a law
would be ofgreator public benefit
to the people generally than any
law we have had for years:
"We want a new road law compell
ing supervisors to macadamize acer
tajn number of miles every year. If
such a law bad been passed twenty
years ago, to day we would have ele
gant roads in every section of the couii
tiV, and it would have been done at a
''grant saving to'the tax payers of the
cmntry. There is another thing that
should bo done, and that is to plant
trees on both sides of the roads. In
the sum ner months driving over our
roads is killing on the horses, and any
thing but pleasint to the people who
travel over the roads. There is any
quantity of dust, but no shade. It is
nothing but the broiliiig hot sun and
In Europe the public roads are lined
ou either side with shade trees, which
is a great relief to tho horses and
travelers. The great raaj uity of farm
ers in this country Seem to have an
aversion to shade trees. There are
comparatively few farm houses in the
country that are surrounded by shade
trees. Tiiey are expose 1 alldiy to the
rays of the broiling sun, and must be
anything but comfortable at night.
A COUNTERFEITER CAPTURED.
Acres ted by Constables >car Indian-
Town hyp, Lebanon County.
READING, Ta., September 21.
While out hunting near Indiantown
Gap, to-day, Constables Ranger and
Gates discovered a counterfeiting shop
and arrested the man who was busily
j engaged moulding trade dollars. He
gave his name as George Hummel,
brother of Josiali lltun nel, ono of the
Raber murderers. Several moulds and
plates and a number of spurious trade
dollars were found.
'Jo! n Billet, a respectable farmer
!of Spring Garden township, York
eounty, ijied in the county hospital
at York on Wednesday evening of
prostration. Billet was a religious
enthusiast, and attended ft, number
of camp meetings during the sum
mer, taking an active part in the
services, and finally became insane
upon religious matters.
In the whole History of Mertlcliic,
No prqier.it ion has over performed such
ina' volous euros, or maintained,so wide u repu
tation.as A I mi's CHKHHY ruron.vL. which is re
coirni/.vd as gie world's remedy for all dlseiwes
Qt tlie throat r.nu lunjjs. Its contained
series of wonderful cares in all climates has
made it universally known as a safe and relia
ble agent to employ. Against ordinary colds,
wich are the forerunners of more serious dis
orders, it acts speedily and surely, always re
lieving suffering, and often saving life. The
protection it affords. l>y its timely use in throat
and chest disorders, makes it an invaluable
remedy t> lie. kept always on hand in every
home. >e person cm iuiord to tv without it.
and tiiose who have once it never will
From their knowledge of its composition ami
effects, physician* use tiie CHKKKY I'ECTORAL
extensively :n their practice, and clergyman
recommend it. It is absolutely certain in its
remedial effects, and will always cure, where
cures are possible.
I on SAI.K I\' ALL DEAI BUS.
Corrected every Wednesday by Gcphart
Wheat Vo 1--60
Oats White . 0
It ran i Shorts, pet ton 2*tjn
Suit, per llrl 1*75
Plaster, ground lO.on
Cement, per bushel b> to 60
Dried Apples 6
COALMAIIKET AT COb'PN.
Egg Coal $6.00
stove " 5.20
Pea. " 0.50
" by the car load 3.20
Fifty cents per ton additional when delivered
S. It. Peale. 11. A. McKce-
Ofike opposite Court House.
Q F. KIS'TER,
FASHIONABLE BOOT & SHOEMAKER,
Shop next door to Footers store, Main St.
BOOTS, SHOES and OAlTfcilS
tnade to order, and satisfactory work
guaranteed. Repairing done prompt
ly and cheaply, and in a neat style.
Tlie first term of the next Collegiate year will
begin Sept. Stli 1331.
The Faculty and Instructors are tlio eilowing:
Milton Valentine, I). 1).,
President and Professor of Intellectual and
v . Moral Science.
Liitlici* llenry Croll, A. M.,
Professor ofMathematics and Astronomy.
Rev. Adam Martin, A. M.,
Professor of the German Language aud Litera
ture, and of Greek.
Rev. Henry Eyster Jacobs, I). P.,
Franklin Professor of the Ancient Languages
John A. Himcs, A. M.,
iiraeff Professor of the English Language and
Literature, and of History.
Rev. Philip M. Riklc, A. M.,
Ockershuusen Professor of Pliisics aud of Lat
in. And others.
I*. Ci£l'H\KT D. A. MI SS Kit
GEPH ART & MUSSER
Highest market jvlco paid for all kinds of
Delivered either at the BRICK MILL or at the
old Ml'ssi-ll MILL, In MILLJILIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and Hold at prices that defy
A share of the public patronage respectfully :
BWfc MILLHEIM 'BUT
Pin e R ¥
Milllicim, Centre Co., Penna.
ULRICH & CO.,
would most respeetCully inform the publie that
tliey ore now prepared to manufacture every
thing in their line of first class quality. They
have found a superlnjr kind of clay and will
constantly keep on hand a lull li:e of
CROCKERY, BREAD & PIE j
DISHES, PLAIN & FANCY FLOW- |
ER POTS, STOVE COLLARS, &s.
Hoping to merit tin* coiiftdeneti of the public
by furiiishingthe bei-t grade of wf re they would
respectfully solicit a share of its patronage, ly
GEO. !'. ROWKLL & <'< s
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i/e tr, who iuivrfrri Its* Com $350 of it in
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'lhe catalogue states exactly uliit tha pajiers
are. W. en Lie name f a paper is printed lu
Fl' LI. EACH T5 INC it is in every instance the
RFf'T. When printed In CAPITALS it is the
paper Intlie place. The list glves tlie
pep Ration of every townundtho circulation ul
The ratescliare**.l f ( r advertising are barely
one t'.tlh tli ' publishers' •—hedule. Tlie priee
tor single states rangesfmni The pilee
fr one Inch one month in the entire list F )ffis
The regular rates of the papers for the same
space ami time are $2,980. 14. The 1 includes
9.<2 nowspnliers of which 1-7 are i-nued DAII Y
and 7tV WEEKLY. They are located it7ss
d'.ib rent cite;" and towns, of which 26 pre State
Capitals, pi act -of o~er ">,on i population, and |
Ks County Seals. For copy of List and other
information address il K< >. P. ROWELL&C'O., '
10 Sprnce St., New York j
L.C.& B.C. RAIL ROAD.
TRAINS I.EAYK WESTWARD.
13 5 7
a. w. a. m. r. m. r m.
Montatidon 7.0,1 P. 45 2.110 6.43
I,ewißburg :ir7.15 10.00 2.35 7.0u
laiwlsburg lv 7.2.5
Fair Ground 7.30 10.(V> 2.b
Itjehl 7.41 10.21 2.51
Vieksbarit 7.47 in,ao 2.."7
Miol minirg 6CI 10.51 3.13
Millinunt 6.2.5 11.20 335
LaurCtton H.35ar11.35 3.16
Wicker Run 9.<0 4.11
Cherry Run 9.17 4.30
Fowler., 0.87 4.50
Cobuth . &.4S UK
Spring Mills 10.15 nr 5 30
TRAINS LEAVE EASTWARD.
2 4 6 8
A. M. A. M. P. M. P. M.
Montatidon ar t'..ro iiCi.so.nl.2u aiti.3o
Jyowisburg ...... 6.3.5 9.15 1.n.5 6.1.5
Fair Ground 0.10 1,00 6.10
Riehl 9.01 12.48 6.00
Vicksburg 8.06 12.42 5.55
Miltiinlmrg 8.43 5.40
Mlllmont 8.25 I£o2 5.20
Laurelton -... 8.15 11 50 5.10
Wlkerßun ... 7.48 4.47
Cherry Run .... * 7.1 4.30
Fowler .. .. 4 7.10 4.10
Coburn .. 6.'3 4.00
Spring MRU .. 6.30 3.30
Trains Nos. 1 and 2 connect at Montatidon
with Erie Mail west for \VilUam<port. Lock
Haven. Kane, Corry and Erie, and Buffalo mid
Niagara Fails yia Emporium. also Flniira. Wat
kins. Buffalo and Niagara Falls via Canandui
Nos. 3 and .4 connect with Pacific Ezpiess
east for JL'.rr.isbun?, Kalt-iinorc, Washington,
Philadelphia and New York.
Nos. 5 and 6 connect with Day Exoress east
for llarrishurg, lkiltiniore, Washington, Phil
adelphia and New York. and Niagara Express
west for Williamsport, J/oek Haven and Kcn
ovo, Tyrone, Altoona and Piftsburg \ia Look
Havej), also Klinira. Watkins and Buffalo, and
NingaiA Fails \U CauanOaigua.
Nos. 7 and 3 confteot with Fast Line west for
Wilifamsport and LOCK Haven.
No. 8 also connects with Erie Mail east for
llarrishurg. Haltiinore, Washington, Philadel
phia and New York.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
Philadelphia &; Erie R. R. Div.
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
On and after SUNDAY, June 12th, 1381, the
trains on (he. Philadelphia & Erie Railroad Di
vision will run as follows :
ERIE MAIL leaves Philadelphia 11 55 p. in.
•' Hanlsbnvg 425 a.m.
44 Williamsport 8 40a. in.
" " Jersey Shore. 909 a.m.
" 44 Lock Haven- 94<la.m.
44 " Kenovo 11 03 a.m
" an*, at Erie 7 45 p. m.
NIAGARA EXP. leaves Philadelphia PbOa.m.
44 44 llarrishurg 1215 p. in.
'• 4 arr.at Williamsport 315 p. m.
44 44 LockJlaven. 420 p. ni.
' 4 44 Kenovo 5 p. in.
, ' 4 44 Kane 10.05 a.m.
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia .12 10 p. m.
,4 " Hanlsburg 400 p. in.
4 ' arr. at Williamsport 7 55 p. m.
44 44 Lock Haven 910 p.m.
PACIFIC EXP.leaves Lock, Haven.. 7 05a.nt.
44 o Jersey Shore.. 73* n tn.
44 Williamsport. 8 20a.m.
" arr.at Harrisburg...l2 05p. m.
44 44 Philadelphia. 320 p. in.
44 44 Kane 600a, m.
DAY EXPRESS leaves Lo< k Haven..ll 25 a, m.
44 44 ■Wijliani6pCTU2 25p.n1.
" arr. at llarrishurg .. 340 p. m.
4 > * 4 Philadelphia 6 45 p.m.
.. , 4! . . 44 Erie 1135 a. in.
ERIE MAIL leaves Kenovo 900 p. m
44 44 Lock Haven 10 lo p. m.
4 4 4 4 williamsport 1130 p.iu.
44 arr. at Ilarrisburg 3 00a.iu.
" 44 Philadelphia 735 a.m.
FAST LINE leaves Williamsport 12 15 a.m.
44 arr, at llarrishurg 3 15 a.m.
44 41 Philadelphia 733 a, nr.
Erie Mail and Fast Line and Pacific Express
East make close connections at Northumber
land with L. & B. K. R. trains for Wllkesbarre
Erie Mail West, Niagara Express West and
I- ast Line West make close connection at Wil
liamsport with N. C. It. W. trains north-
Niagara Express West and Day Express East
make close connection at Lock Haven with K.
E. V. It. R. trains.
Erie Mail Easi and West connect at Erie
with trains on L. B'. & M. S. It. It.; at Corry with
B. P. & W. R- h : at Emporium xvit li B. N. Y.
& P. It. It., and at Driftwood with A. V. It. K.
Parlor cars will -un between Philadelphia
and Williamsport n Niagara Express West,
and, Day Express East, bleeping cars on all
i WM. A. BALDWIN, General Sup't.
] 881. MIDSUMMER 1881.
H. R. WHIT COMB,
7'akcs this method to announce to the people of Pcnns, JJrush and.St'V'-
j gar Valleys that after a highly successful season he still has,
25,000 WORTH OF CLOTHING,
to select from, and in order to reduce quickly he has re
duced his prices from 10 to f)0 per cent-.
We have revolutionised t!io Clothing business in Lock Haven. You
can get as good a suit from us as any tailor can make, and at less than
half the price ; and for sfylo'and lit they arc oftenf superior. Hoys like
stylish stiitsj'.s well as men, and we have them in all grades.
Boys Clothing is a Specialty With Us.
No use looking for better goods for boys than wo have-you can't And them.
No living uian shall be allowed to give} their customeis better value for their
money than can always bo found at my store. And where is the mother that
likes to make children's clothes ? Can't make them lif. ''Never J|look wi IP',
is the complaint of every one. We've got all grades and they are just cute and
nobby HS they can be. A change of weather mans a charge of clothes; a
change of clothes requires a change of patterns and styles of matei ials. The
house that has the choicest and newest changes in styles and patterns is lik< ly
to secure the greatest number of new customers ami Wil please and retain its
old patrons. In these days it is not everything ttiat l >ohs like clothing that
will sell, hut in the keen competition between different houses it will be Pie
survival of the fittest.
OUR CLOTHING IS
Unequalled in Quality,
Unexcelled in Style,
And the people have, by" V large majority, decided to pdronize
Wo have a much larger stock of new * style Hats than .all the other
stores in Lock' Haven together, and our prices are always the lowest.
Fill' stock of ,7'runks. liags, Ac. Gents' Furnishings, a large lino of
BOOTS & SHOES
sold at from 10 to per cent.cheaper thr.n anywhere else in thisjjsection,
call and see us. Speiu.l prices to parties from a distance.
SiG FLAG SIGN, '
■ LOOK HAVEN, PA.
Dry Goods House of- Lock Haven for
SPRING | SUMMER
ssdisfey* *g2fcdSv jdEalcg SM
Never since the establishment of this greet Dry Goods House have to
done inch an extensive business as we have done cms spring. * We will i
a few days opm our fourth immense stock for the Spring and Summer o)
1881. The people of Lock Haven, Clinton and Centre counties ar
showing their great appreciation of the wonderful bargains we are offer
ing in our entire stock. First class goods, only honest dealing, no misrc
presentatins and low prices always win. This is the motto on which w
have built up our enormous t'ad& and will here say that we fully appreci
ate the liberal patronage oj the People in sustaining a first class Dr
Goods Store in Lcok Haven, which it has bech our humble effort for som
years to establish.
Our Press Shads
especially attractive and excels any 'effort we ever made in Fineness of St n'c, ri:
ncss of Patterns andjn its ureal variety. - :
; >OO YAH DS BEAUT IFUL
at 40, 45 and 5G cts per yard. Beautiful Black Dress Silks (d 75 cts a yard.
Heavy Oros (train at 1.2"> warranted not to crack or wear fjlosscy. Bcautifu'■ Bro
cades in Black and all Colors. All colros of Satins and, I) ress Sides. T'OO yards
Best Lawns in remnants from .1 to 15 yards. ( .) cts, worth 15 cts.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Black and Colored Cashmeres
ever shown in Lock ltavcn at astonishingly low prices, and all the, new Styles of
Dress Goods to be found in any city store. 500 yards of the best Buntinys for .Men
and Boys'* wear, ever shown in this city. 10000 yds. B'cached and Brown Muslins
to be snhl at wholesale prices. 0000 yds. best Calico w irranted fast colors at cts.
Great bargains in Ttiblz Linen, Tickings and Towlinys, Ac.. 200 Parasols 25 per
cent, less than ustud price. 1(300 Pairs Ladies Lisle Thread and Kid Gloves at
2>riees that will astonish every one iyho is a judge of their value. An immense stock <>J
Slock in- is, Laws, Gibbons, etc.
CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS.
Never was there shown tit Lock Haven such a stock of Body Brussels Tapestry
Brussel, 3 ply and Inyraia Carpet, as we show this season and our trade is really
mmensc on them. Beautiful Capets from 20 cts. a yard upwards.
Come, See and be Convinced
that the Bee Hive Store offers decided advantage
over every store ill Central Pennsylvania in every
thing in the dry goods line. Everybody welcome
fc o the BEE HIVE, 65 MAIN STREET
LOCK HAYEK, PA. -
J. J. EVEIiETT,
S O UC H T P . .
SO SiMPJLEgI 1
They ore especially designed to meet
the requirements of those who desiro
to dresswel'. They are unsurpassed
in Style, perfect in jFit, and so Yinipto
that they are readily understood by ttio
most inexperienced. Send 50. for cat*
" Domestic " Fashion Co:.
THE ONLY PERFECT
Rapidly suporcoding aii others
Pronounced by an army of ha^py
purchasers to be the OEST.
The NEW HOME is positively
The Simplest, Easiest Running*
Most Reliable, and
Most Durable Sewing Machine■
* It operates Quickly, Quietly, and
without fatigue to the operator.
Full information, Descriptive Cat
alogues, See., free on application.
JOHNSON,'CLAEK & CO.
30 Union Square, N. Y.
•"* ~ And Orange, Mass.
Hills Mirfes Lawn Mower Cj.
Ot Hartford, Conn.,
>IA XUFA CT U liE ItS O F TIIE
and CIIAUTER OAK
Tlie • Movers have Income celebrated
throughout F.e V\lfi, where lawns nre cultiva
ted. as tKjinjr the most perfect ami desirable
Lawn Mowers over made. They stand at the
head of the list of I .awn Mowers in the U.S.
and Europe. They contain all the improve
ment-; that experience-in tln-ir manufacture
can suggi st: are beautifully finished, thorougb
ly made and do spiemlJa work on every variety
Hand Mowr Sizes, fsom Bto 18 inches. Pony
and Horse Sizes, 24.28 aud}32 inches. Send for
SOU) in 01 R AC EMS EVERYWHERE
WPREE BY MAIL.
HOPELESS CASES OF
Bronchitis. Asthma, Catarrh, Dyspepsia, De
bility ami All Chronic Diseases; -20 years of
great experience. 2.000 hopeless cases cured.
Astonishiug discovery of new treatment to
qnicly fatten, make blood and build up the sys-
Sfitein. Invalids caused to eu and digest enor-
Bmously atul gain 3 to 5 pounds j>er week.
ESVit.tl and healing force is :a id.y and power-
W'ully increased. New life and vigor imparled
the. first few day . Severest- eases of Con-lj
sumption, bed fast and given up to die, curedH
in 2to 8 months. Infiumatinn in the LungsG*
removed. Hectic Fever and Night Sweats, andßf
Cough made loose, and easy, or cheeked in 3d
hours. The featment exhiienites, exalts, a
rouses all organs into healthy vigorous opera
tion. It is also the greatest cure on earth for
l iver. Kidney. Heart. Head, Blood skin. Fe
male and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weak
ness, all diseases of ehildten, and the Opium
Habit. We are honest in our offer, and earn
estly invite you to write or come befoie it is
too late, tin mat icr what your disease, even if
abandoned lv the ablest physicians. Describe
your case. Trial free to al who eoine liere. A
trial package of our medicines worth *2 toft
sent by mail to all wlu> send ns 'he names aivl
addresses of all uttlieud in their vicinity aud
5 cents to nostage. B. S. DISPENSARY.
errien Springs, Mich.
WOULD YOU BE RESTORED TO SOUND
Manhood? A Cure Guaranteed. Sufferers
from the above disease (Nervous Debility) will find
gamanent relief from the use of Egan's Compound
lixir and Organic Pills. Not a quack nostrum
but the genuine prescription used in my regular prac
tice for the past seven years. Elixir, $2 per package
or 3 for $4. Pills $1 per box, or 3 for $2. Sever#
cases require 3 to 5 bottles of the Elixir, with two or
three boxes of the pills. Goods sent to any address
on receipt of price. J. Y. EGAN,
Ogdensburtf, N. Y,
GILMORE & CO.
LAW & COLLECTION HiUSE,
629 F Street, Washing on, D. G\
Make Collections, Negotiate Loans and at
tend to all business confided to them. J ami
Be-iiii*, Soldier's Additional Homesu.td
ai d La> y Wauhamv bought and sold.