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Obnrdi & Snnday Scbool Directory.
r. r. Wtktemver and J. .V. Dick, prtaehtn.
Rev. T. C. Woidentver will preach next Sun
day evening. English,
ihinday School, 2P. M.—M. 1. Jamison, supt.
fUv. J. Tirnson Akers, Pre<tcher-inc!iarge.
Sunday School at l'Tr. m D. A. Musser, supt.
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Tie chiag next Sunday morning.
Rev. John Tbmlitistm, Pa-Uor.—
<emun prcachnig in Aarousburg next Sun
day morning, MlUlielm in the evening—
United Sunday School.
Mtru at VA. M.— ll. E. Duck, supt.
Ladie & Society Directory.
lfillh*iin Lodge. No. W>. I. O. O. F. meets In
heir hall. Penn Street, every Saturday evening.
Rebecca Degree Meeting every Thursday on
or before the full moon of eaeh month.
B. F. STOVEIt, See. It. B. HAKT*AN. N.G.
Frevidenco Grange. No. '217 P. of 11.. meets in
Alexander s block on the second Saturday of
eaeh month at I>j. '• M • nnd on the fourth Sa
turday of each month at L L A P. M.
1). L.ZEKBY, See. T.G. KKUAKO, Master.
The Milihoim B. & L. Association moots in
the Penn st root school house on t he evening of
the second Monday of each mouth.
A. WALTER, Sec. B. <>. DEISINGER, Prest.
The Millhelm Cornet Band meets in the
Town Ilall on Monday and Thursday evenings.
J. B. liartiuan, Sec. John Kmtuior. Prcs't.
The Power of Cameron's Ma
From the New York Times, Rep.
In 110 other State of the Union has a
political "machine," mainly organized
and controlled by one man, so thor
oughly fastened itself upon th 3 Repul -
lican party as in Pennsylvania. No
where else has a party "boss 7 ' exhibit
ed a tithe of the power that the elder
< 'ameron exercised for years in that
How Two More Republican Sen
ators Can ba Made.
The movement to make another "rot
ten borough" state by admitting a part
of Dakotah territory into the Union, is
progressing quite as favorably as its re
public a could desire. Tl.e
chairman of the house committee on
teritories is said to be favorable to the
scheme, and it will most probably be
made a party measure by the republi
cans, as they hope to gain two United
States senators and a representative in
congress by the creation of the new
state. There is scarcely a congress
ional district in New York or Penn
sylvania that has not mora population
than the portion of Dakotah which it is
proposed to erect into a state. Hut the
injustice which will be done the other
members of the Union by the admission
of this part of a territory to equal
rights with them in the United States
ieuate willnotjhave any weight with the
scurvy politicians who now dominate
the councils of the republican party.
Their philosophy is simply that of the
desperado who excuses his villainy on
the ground that the end justifies the
The following is the classic style in
which the Washington Republic, the
chaste organ of the Star routers, abus
es that honest and faithful public ser
vant, Ex Post Master General James.
Truly u Some piaises censure, some
A reformer and an official; hire
ling by nature and a pap-sucker by pro
fession; a master of cunning and an a
rlept in craft; fawning upon his superi
ors and tyrannizing over his subordi
nates; he was in all positions the same
inflated, incompetent and self-seeking
failure; the same spineless and igno
rant figure-head; a man without honor,
an official without capacity and a per
jurer without shame.
SMALL Pox—The National Board of
Health reports the preyalence of the
small pox in eighteen States and three
Teiitories, to a greater or less extent.
In portions of.Dakotah, it has assumed
1116 nature of a plague. The New York
police 011 last "Wednesday fouud an|"en
tire family of six persons down with
the disease. For the week ending Sat
urday deaths weye reported as follows:
At Pittsburg, 25 ; Cincinati 14; Ne\v
York city. II: Philadelphia. 11.
The Ci!moron 6tate convention w\\\
meet at Harrisburg, May 10th, an! the
Independent's will hold their conven
tion at Philadelphia, May 24th. Tfce
time and place for the Democratic eon
vention has not yet been fixed. With
time candidates tor Governor in the
field a lively campaign may be expected
with an even chance at least for the'
At the republican primaries in Phil
adelphia the other Tuesday the Inde
pendent or Wolf element was pretty
generally ostracized. Many of the
most prominent republicans and best
citizens of the city wno sneered at
and hooted, and their votes lefused be
cause thev had identified themselves
with the independent movement last
fall The machine men told them that
they had forfeited their right of being
considered republicans; but it remains
for these men, as the better part of the
republic in party to show the bosses
next fall that they have not forfeited
their rights as citizens and voters.
Ol'K WASHINGTON f.KTTKK.
WASHINGTON, January 11, ls> s 2.
Mr. Ortli's raid on the Speaker of
the House terminated tie other dav its
i most persons thought it would end.
There is abundant reason for a revo
lutim; but, in his present posit ion,
with a sore h. j ad prominently in view,
I Mr. Ortli is not the man to lead the re
i volt. If one of the gentlemen who
! drew the big prize in Ihe Speakers
lottery—say the ch lirman of the con -
inittee on ways ami means, or the head
of the committee on appropriations—
• would pive the movement tlie influ
! enee of his voice and vote, perhaps it
i might have a better chance for success.
The very respectable vote in favor of
Mr. Orth's proposition shows that a
: Rood many men in ai well as out of
i Congress think that tlie Speaker has
| too much power as things RO. lie can
sufficiently control ihe legislation of the
country by tecognizing or refusing to
i recognize gentlemen on the door, with
' out having also in his hands the power
|of making all the committees. No
' monarch in Europe wields so despotic
i a Bway.
Senator llrown has a resolution
pending in the Senate to provide each
i Senator, who is not the chairman of a
committee, with a clerk at a salary of
' $1,200 per year. Mr Brown holds that
a cleik is necessary to a Senator if tHe
I latterproferly discharge his duties to
his Sta'e it.nl people, and in this opin*
ion every Snator agues with him.
There is not probably a Senator in the
i body who could unaided keep up with
I his correspondence. But the question
! is, shall the Senator or the people pay
! for this cDrk ? The Senator receives a
! salary o f $5,000 a year, besides mileage,
and $125 a year for newspapers and
stationery, as compensation for the
time and labor required of him in his
public position. It is claimed that to
live within this salary and maintain
himself and family in keening with a
Senator's position, requires the most
rigid economy. There are Senators
who have no income beyond their sala
ry, anil the question of paying a clerk
out of that is an important one to them
A com mittee cleik has come to be re
garded, really, more as the private sec
retary of the chairman of the commit
tee than as an assistant for all the
menibe rs thereof. That is why chair
men of crn.Uiiitees are) excluded frtm
the benefits of Mr. Brown's resolution.
If the Senators would vote as thev find
inclined this resolution would be adopt
ed. but dread of the disuppioval of the
public williLiluer.ee votes enough to
The Committee on Ways and Means,
headed by its chair man, Representative
Kelley, of Pennsylvania, to-day paid
visi s to the President, Secretary Folger,
and Commissioner R mm. There was
nothing sjfci.il in these visits, they be
ing an established custom with all new
ways ai d mtais committees. There
was a get.eial conveisation between
members of the committ'.e and llie
The talk is now that Ex-Senator
Sargent has tripped up on his expected
Cabinet appointment. Ilis friends
I ov. ever, have not abandoned effort on
The following amusing incident oc
curred in the House yesterday:
Ohe of the officers of the Senate in
trust* d a rsge of the House with his
autcgiaph book, instiucting him to get
the autographs of new members.
Among others to whom the page hand
ed the bcok was the Hon. W. It.
Moore, of Tennessee. Mr. Moore,
thinking the book belonged to the boy,
wrote on it in bold, conspicions charac
ters: ' be a good boy ahd you will grow
to be a good man." It is not definitely
known which of the Senate rfficeis the
book belonged to, but it is believed to
be Jim Cnristie, assistant doorkeep r.
The House Committee on the Judi
ciary, Representative Reea, of Maine,
clubman, met yesterday morning and
agteed to hear persons interested in the
distribution of the remainder of the
Geneva Award Fund. On Tuesday,
Wednesday, and Thursday of next
week, from 10 to 12 a. m., each branch
of the question will be heard, includ
ing depredations by cruisers, war pre
miums, and the insurance compauies.
Chairman Heed says he intends to give
each branch two hours' hearing, it is
the unanimous desire of membets of
the committee that this subject shall
be disposed of as early as possible.
NEW HULKS IN THE COUNTY COMMIS
SIONERS OFFICE. —
At the first meeting of our new board of
County Commissioners the following resolution#
and rules weie adopted, which commend them
selves as eminently proper and necessary:
Resolved, That the present hoard of co:nmis
sioners be governed by the following rules and
regulations, and for the information of the pub
lie it is ordered that they be published for four
successive weeks in each newspaper of the
Ist. That the commissioners meet in their of
fice in the Court House, Belleofnle, on the first
and third Tuesday of each month, at ten o'clock,
A M., and remain in session until four o'clock,
2nd. All goods and materials for the use of the
county must be purchased by the commissioners
or b; their order.
3d. All bills presented to tne board for pay
ment must be itemized ? and nc order shall be
drawn for any hill until the board has approved
4th. No goods or material of any kind for the
use of the county shall he furnished by any of
John Wolf. )
H.C. CAMPBELL ( Commissioners.
A, J. OKIEBT, >
W. MILKS \VALKSR- Clei k. 2-4t
STRAY NOTICE.—Came to th© residence of
_ the subscriber, in Haines township, about
Oct Ist n s'ru> hoar, weighing about 13(1 pounds,
white with blank *pot, left ear silt, no other
milks. The owner is requested to take tliesamo
away and pay charges, otherwise It will 1* sold
as the law directs.
Jan. 3. IMS. 3t
\I>M INISTKATOH'S NOTICE. LeUrs of
administration baring twi-n granted to
the undersigned upon the estate of tared Fill
liter, luteol Miles township, deceased, nil per
sons knowing themselves to be Indebted tosald
estate me hereby notified to make in mediate
payment, and those having claims against the
same to present the in duty authenticated for
.loft* K. IIOSTKKMAV,
J ft Administrator.
TOK'SNOTH'E.—l.efters t st anient
'Jary on th* estuteof Daniel Kivaiiier, late of
l'etm township, ileccased, haviim boon granted
to the undersigned, all persons indebted to said
estate are hereby tun pled to make Immediate)
payment, and those having claims against the
same, to present them duly authenticated for
J A M as P. COIII'HN,
Jan. 'ill 1832.
STKAYKI) OH l,O s T.—Two heifers have
straved away from toe residence of the sub
s Tiber! in Woodward, slue • the l iter part of
July, t'hev are dark brown, one a little heav
ier with white spot on either side. Any person
(hiding these heifers u kindly requested to
give Inf mat ion to me.
H. DAN in. VoRAtiA.
HS' NOT ft K.—betters testament
nry on the estate of John Kly, late f
Haines township' Centre county, I'a.,deceased,
having been granted to the subscribers, notice
in hereby given to all persons know ing them
selves Indebted to said estate to make liutne tl
ate payment; and those having claims against
the same to present tlicni duly authenticated
SAMI KL Knv,
We continue to act o Solicitors for Fatenta, Caveats,
Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc., for the United state*.
Canada. (Mha, England, France. German*, etc. We
Lave had thirty-five yera eipcrlcure.
Patents obtained through us are noticed In the Rct-
Evnnc AMKRICAN. This large and splendid lllus
trated weekly paper,s3.'2oayear,sbowsthe lTogroM
of Scieure, la very Interesting, and has an enormous
circulation. Address MI'NN A CO., Patent Solici
tors, Pub's, of SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, 37 Park Uow,
New York. Hand book about Patents free.
L.C.& S.C. RAIL ROAD.
TRAINS LEAVE WESTWARD.
13 3 7
A. *. AM. T. M r. M.
Moutandnu 7."0 9.45 2.20 t>.tf
Lewiburg-... ar7.15 ld.oo 2.35 7.t*i
I.ewisburg It 7.25
Fair Ground 7.30 10.08 2.40
Kit-lil 7,11 lit'2l 2.51
Vloksburg 7.47 10.3 J 2.57
Mlrtimburg s.ti3 10.51 Alt
Mtllraont 8.2* 11 Ju 8.35
Lauivltoii —... R. 35a rl 1.35 3.46
Wicker Hun 9.00 4.11
Cherry Run 9.17 4.50
Fowler .. 9.37 4.50
Cobtirn . 9.4t B.fri
Splint! Mills 10.15 ar 5 3d
TRAINS LEAVE EASTW ARD.
2 4 3 8
A. M 4. M. P. M. r. M.
Moutandon sr fl.suur9. vai 1.2n *r'...30
Lew ishtu g 0.36 1t.15 1.05 6.15
Fair Ground P.lO 1,00 ff.lo
lliehl 9.0 l 12.4S
Ylcksburg 8.56 12.4 J 5.5,5
Mitliinhurg ~ 843 12.25 5.40
Milllliont 8.25 12.02 5.20
l.aurelton 8.15 11 50 5.10
Wiker Run .......... 7.48 4.47
Cherry Run 7.31 4.30
Fowler 7.1 4.10
Coburn ..... ~ 6.58 4.00
Spring Mills 0.30 3.30
Train* No*. ] and '2 eonn*rt at Montandon
with Erie Mail west for Wllliamsport. Ixa-k
Haven. Katie, Corry and Erie, and Buffalo and
Niagara Falls via Emporium, also Klin Ira. Wat
kins. Buffalo and Niagara Falls via Cauandal
Nos. ." and 4 connect with Pacific Ezpicss
ea-t for Harrisburg, Baltimore, Washington,
Philadelphia and New York.
Nos. 5 and 6 connect witli Day Exoress cast
for Harrisburg. Baltimore, Washington. Phil
ndelphia and New York, and Niagara Express
west for Wllhaiusport, Lock Haven and Ken
ovo. Tyrone, Altoona tutd Pittsburg via lack
Haven, also Klinira. Watkins and Buffalo, and
Niagara Falls via (.anamlaigiw.
No*. 7 and 8 connect with Fast Line west for
Wllliamsport and Lock Haven.
No. 8 also connects with Erie Mall east for
llarrisburtt, Baltimore, Washington, Puilad 'l
phla and New York.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD,
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Div.
WIXTEIi TIME TABLE.
fin and after MONDAY, Dec loth. 1881, the
trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad Di
vision will run as follows :
ERIK MAlLleaves Philadelphia 11 55 p. m
" Harrisburg 425a. m
" " Sunbury ft 30 a re
" Wllliamsport MOa. in
" " Lock Haven. V4Ua.ni
" " KCQOVO 11 05 a. in
44 " Kane 3 ,50 p. in
14 arr. at Erie 7 45p.ni
NIAGARA EXP. leaves Philadelphia 8 00a. nr
44 44 Harrisburg 12 15, in
44 44 sunimry 1 50p.in
" 44 Wllliamsport 3 1.5 p. m
44 " Lock Haven. 4 20 i. in
44 44 Kenovo 5 30 p. in
• 4 arr. at Kane 10.06 a. m
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia .11 20 p. n.
44 44 Harrisburg 305 p.m.
44 44 snthury 515 p.m.
44 44 Wllliamsport 710 p. in.
44 arr. at Lock Haven 810 p.m.
Lock Haven EX. leaves Lock Haven.. 7 50 n. m
44 Wllliamsport. oosa. m
44 44 Sun hurt 1050 u m
44 arr. at Harrisburg... l2s sp. in
4 4 44 Philadelphia. 5 15 1. in
FAST LINE leaves Cananpaigua 7 (5 d. m
44 4 ' Wat km 8 40 p. in
44 44 Elmira 0 30 p. in
44 44 Willinasport 1215 a. m
44 44 Sunbury 1 32 a. in
44 arr. at Harrisburg 3 15 a. in
44 44 Philadelphia 700a. in
DAY EXPRESS leaves Kane 6 (Hi a. ru
44 44 Kenovo 10 05a.ni
44 44 lan-k Haven 1115 a. in
44 44 Wllliamsport 12 15 p. m
44 arr. at Harrisburg .. 3 30 p. m
44 44 Philadelphia 705 p. m
ERIE MAIL leaves Erie 11 35 p. in
14 Kane i 10 a. in.
44 44 Renovo 9 oo a. in.
4 ' 44 Lock Haven 10 lop. in.
44 4 4 w illiainspoit 1130 p. in.
44 44 Sunbury 1 05 a. m
44 arr. at Harrisburg 3tMu.ni
Philadelphia 7 00 a. in
Erie Mall and Fast Line and Pacific Express
East make close connections at Northumber
land with L. & B. K. K. trains ior Wilkesbarre
Erie Mall West, Niagara Express West and
Fast Line West make close connection at Wll
liamsport with N'.G. it. W. trains north
Niagara Exp "ess West and Day Express East
make close con-icctiou at Lock Haven with ii.
E. V. It. It. trains.
Erie Mail Eas* and West connect at Erie
with trainson L. v '. &M. S. It. It.; atCorry with
B. P. & W. It- h : at Emporium with B. N. Y.
& P. It. It., and at 'riftwood with A. V. It. It.
Parlor ears will -un between Philadelphia
and Wllliamsport u Niagara Express West
and Day Express East. Sleeping cars on ail
WM. A. BALDWIN, General Sup't.
The Model Grocery.
8. P. KEKSTETTEB,
MARKET STREET IEWISBURG, PA.
Dealer in first class Groceries of a
kinds, Flour and Feed, Wood an,.
Queenswarc a Speciality.
sell a While Granite Tea Sett, 46
pieces, for ?300. All other Queens ware
BEE HiVE STORE
Was Closed Friday, January 6th, 1882, to mark
down the entire stock of Dry Goods, to
close them out before taking account
of stock February Ist, 1882.
Wo will enumerate some of our Greatest Bargain*, beginning in the
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT
In this we will filer you an dopant lino of brocade drops goods at
6J els ; a lot of all wool 23-inch cash mere at 12£ cts , those are in black
only ; a lot of fancy plaids greatly reduced, a lot of all wool armurcs
greatly reduced, together with a full line of all wool cashmeres in black
Fancy flannel suitings in all the newest shades.
Plaju ilks in black and colors brocade silks in black and colore,
Satins, Satin Marveloo, Ac.
NOTION & HOSIERY DEPARTMENT.
In this line of goods we will save you 20 PER CENT, during this
great sale ; we have reduced all goods in this department*:!.* in every oth
er, such as Hosiery, Gloves, Buttons. Laces, Fringes, Gimps, (os ts, in
fact everything in Notion* that is kept in a first, class dry goods store.
Great Reduction in Woolen Goods.
Such as ladies' cloaking, men and boys'suitings, cassimeres, flannels, jcinj,
Great reduction in table linens, toweb and napkins; of this goods
we have an iitniinpe stock and arc offering them cheaper than ever before
Great Reduction in Carpets,
Oil eloths—floor and table, white and colored fdankets ; a good grey
blanket for 75 cents, fine 5-ply Carpet Chain at 25 cents.
Wc would call particular attention to our
GOAT AND SHAWL DEPARTMENT.
AN e will sell }ou during this great sale an all wool dolman, nicely
FOB 6 IDOLXJ-A.BI S !
Our shawls wc have reduced greatly. NVe would rather SJII thorn
LESS THAN COST
than carry them over the season.
Gents', Ladies' and Children's Underwear.
On these goods wc will guarantee to
S&YE WOW so PEA CEA R
by buying them now of us during the irreat sale. Great reduction in 5-4
6-4. 9-4 and 10-4 sheeting and pillow casing.
in our entire line of Domestic Dry Goods, such as Calicoes, Muslins,
Ginghams, Shirtings, Tickings and all kinds of sta| le Dry Goods
• During this great sale we will offer the
Most Extraordinary Bargains ever offered by any
store in Lock Haven:
Ftrst. OD account of the class of goods wc offer
Second. The immense stock from which to select.
Third. The prices to which wo have marked them.
OUR TERMS during this great sa/e< at prices to which
we have marked our goods, will he EXCLUSIVELY FOR
Sale began January 7th, 1882, to continue TO FEB. IST., 1882 ON
LY. Everybody should call at once and sec the inducements we offer for
cash to reduce our stock.
WA XT ED- 1000 Poundi of Good Tub Washed WOOL in Ex
change FOR CAS JI.
65 MAIN STREET, LOCK HAVEN, PA.
J. F. Everett & Co.
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