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THURSDAY, MARCH 22ND, 1883.
BY DEININGER & BUMILLER.
CM & Sunday School Directory.
Item. B. Ift'TiQtl and H. A. Bcnfer, Preach'*
C 07. H. A. Benter will preach next Sunday
Sunday School, IMP- M,— Rcv.C.F.Gephart.Supt
Missionary St>clety meets on the third Mon
day evening of each month.
Rev. Fur man Adams Preacht'r-in-charge.
Sunday School at 10H A.M.— D. A Musser, Sup't
Rev Zir.'njH A. Ycarick, raster.
Preaching In Aaronsbuag next Sunday morn
Rev. J. O. W. Herald, Preacher.lu charve.
bumtay school. • A. M .—A. R. Alexander, Sunt
Rev. John Tomlinson, Ptwior.—
Commuuloti sei vices at St. Paul's next Sun
day morning, in German.
Sunday School at 91* A.M. B- 0-/)ellnger, Supt.
The Augsburg Bible Claas meets every satur
day evening at 7 o'clock.
Ladies' Mite Society meets on the first Mon
day evening of each month.
Lofec & Society Directory.
NtTihelm Lodge. No. 955. I. O. O. F. meets In
feeli hall, Penn Street, every Saturday evening.
Rebecca Degree Meeting every Thursday on
<r before the full moon of each month.
C. W. IUWTMAX, Sen. Jox. DIKUK*. X. G.
Providence Grange, No. 217 P.ofH., meets In
Alexander s Mock on the second Saturday of
each month at I}*, r. M.. and on tne fourth Sa
turday of each mouth at IS v. M.
D. I~ZsR3T. Sec. T. G. Fun Attn,Master.
The Millheim B. A J.. Association meets in
the Penn street school house on t he evening of
the second Monday of each month.
A. WAI.TKK. Sec, B. O. r>EisiSG*n, Prest.
The Millheim Cornet Band meets In the
t wn Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings.
J. W. Foote, Sec. D. I. Brown Pres't.
Centre County Democratic Com
mittee for 1833.
•isrntcT. SAMK. r. o. Ai>r>aEss.
ttellefonte N. W, J. 3t. Kelchiine, ...Bellefonte
•* S. W. Chas smith 44
• 4 W. W. S. A. McQuistlop,.... 4 *
5o ward boro. Ira C. Leuthers, floward
llesburg 44 .lames P. iones,™ Milesburg
MlllbeMO " F. P. Musser Mlllhclui
PhlUpsburg 1 W. C.G.Herlitiger. ..Philipsuuig
• 4 2 W. Sol Schmidt
44 3 W. A. V. Carpenter,—.. 41
Unlonvllle bero. I*. J. MePonaM, E'leming
Beuner twp. Win. Isliler. Bellefonte
ftogis 44 Frank F, Adams,...Milesburg
Bnrnslde 44 Henry Meeker,—Pine Glenn
College 44 John Boon, Leiuont
curtiu 4 * John MeCloskev, Roland
Ferguvon O. P. J. T. McCornuck. Stae college
- 4 N. P. L. W, Walker,... Ri>clv springs
Qregg S- P. John Coldrou Spring Mifia
N. I'. Win. Luce, Farmers' Mills
Haines K. P. L. B. stover, Woodward
• 4 W. P. Geo.lk>wer, —Aaronsburg
Half Mooo twp. J. H. Griffln,....—Stormstown
Hariri 44 D.W.Mever, _.lioalsbur|i
Howard 44 John Gleiiti Howard
Husto u 44 John L. Miles, Julian
Liberty 44 James P. Lcimi Biahchara
Mariou 44 J. J. Hoy, Walker
Miles u Kills Sbafer Madisonburg
Patten 44 Agnew Sellers, Jr Fiimore
IVnu 4 * P. 11. Stover, Coburn
Potter N. P. T. J. Mever Centre Hall
S. P. Samuel Slack Tusscyville
Rush N. P. William Cullen Philij-sburg
s. P. J.T. Everly S;\ndy Kidae
Bnow Shoo twp. Win. It. Haynes,...Snow shoe
Spring 44 E. C. Wood
Taylor 44 Hepburn Blowora Fowler
Union " S. K. Fleming
Walker 44 Jos. Emeriek, Hublersburg
Worth 44 M. S. Spotts, PortAlatilda
WM. C. HEINLE.
W. MiiJts Wwi.Kr.n.
The Philadelphia Times is cer
tuinly the most enterprising and
probably the most successful news
paper in the United States. On the
13th iusta"nt the Times celebrated its
eighth anniversary by issuing fivt
distinct papers of the usual size mak
ing altogether about fifty-five square
feet of printed matter— the one half
of which was reading on varied but
mostly" interesting subjects, while the
other tvas filled with fine display ad
vertising of the leading business
houses of Philadelphia. The Times
is a big paper and as good as big—
t'iere's no robbing out these facts ;
but that is not saying that it is ab
solutely infallible in its views of
public men and ' measures. Eveu
country editors will sometimes take
the liberty to differ most decidedly
even.with the limes.
I "k i
Mjr*-Brumm, ol Schuylkill county,
is the last of the race cf greenback
ers iia the congress. And lie will
look lonely as Lot ? s wife. He had
better take out letters of admisistra
tion and settle up the final accouut
of the pn rty.
The Ohio Republicans talk of run
ning a certain Mr. R. B. Hayes for
Governor of thst state. Let theni
talk and run too, if they wish*
The McVeytown Journal hoists
the name of Gov. B. F. Butler,
of Massachusetts, for President in
Judge Dean on Licenses.
Of one hundred and seventy -three ap
plications for liquor license before the
courts of Cambria county eighty were
refused. In refusing them Judge Dean
stated his reasons, in part, as :
♦'Taking the. applications and the pop
ulation of the county, to grant all
would make one drinking place for a
beut every.two hundred and sixty-four
Inhabitants of the county, including
men women and children. Assuming
that none but men drink, we deduct
tour-fifths, leaving a drinking place for
every 56 men. Assuming that only
one half the men drink, leaves one
drinking place for every 28 men over 21
years of age. We doubt if another
county in the state shows so large a pro
portion as this. It is too many taverns
for the population."
The floods of the west haye, to some
degree subsided, but in their wake have
left many troublesome and fatal .dis
The Work of Reform.
No legislature has nssemblvil since
the adoption of the new constitution
which has accomplished as much in the
same space of time PS the bodv now in
session. Furthermore it is to be said
that more legislation of an important
character is under consideration in the
present legislature than was evfr found
on the files of aov of its predecessors.
For the first, time since the constitu
tion of 1>73 became the fundamental
law of the state has any effort been
made by lefialatu*e lefialatu*e to enforce by
appropriate legislation the provisions of
that instrument on the sulject <f dis
crimination iu charges of carrying com
panies. For the first time in many
years have the institutions which are
supported by the state's bounty been
required to give an account of their ex
penditures before their appropriations
were renewed. For the fir9t time, too,
in the history of modern legislatures
have useless offices been abolished aud
the number of officials reduced.
While the legislature is entitled to
great credit for this work, and for the
origination of some of it, to the sug
gestions of Governor Pattison's inau
gural address and special message much
of it is certainly due.t I*l be predictions
so freely made by certain newspapers
that*the governor and the legislature
would not. net in Ixumony have been
thoroughly disproved by the logic of
events. In the accomplishment of the
reforms for which"tbis*.legislature will
be distinguished the executive and leg
islative departments have worked to
gether without the 'remotest sign of
discord. This is a9 it should be and
both the legislature and the governor
will be applauded for it.— Patriot.
Rev. A. S. Keyser, of Pottsville, was
recently tried by a committee of minis
ters on the chaige of breach of promise,
found guilty and disposed from his of
The Ohio style of Treating Bribers.
COLUMBUS, March 12.—The motion
for a new trial in the case of J. D. Wat
son,convicted of offenngbribesto Repre
sentative Blocli, was overruled to-da/
and the accused was sentenced lo the
penitentiary for one year.
One way to pay & Slate d bt.
If Asiivu.Lß, March 15.—The bill to
settle the State debt at fifty cents on
the dollar, with three per cent, interest,
as it came from the House of repre
sintatives, to-day passed tire Senate and
awaits the Governor's signature.
Before dipping a new pen into ink,
thrust it into a fresh-cut potato,and the
ink will never cling. When the pen is
thickly gummed with dried ink, a few
thrusts will clean it perfectly. Wl>en
not in use some accountants leave their
pens sticking into a potato kept on the
desk for the purpose.
Dr. Gast Found not Guilty.
We copy the following Chester dis
patch, dated; March 10, from Sunday's
Press : "The jury in the case of Sam
uel Gast, the cancer doctor, charged
with manslaughter, iu having caused
the death of Mrs. James Armstrong,
whom he treated for cancer to day re
turned a verdict of not guilty."— Ex.
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there Is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery
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ocuts a bottle.
A Stricken Family.
DANVILLE, Fa., March 12.—The
family of Dauiel lleimbauch, consist
ing of fourteen persons,living near this
place, were attacked with typhoid fever
a couple of weeks ago. So malignant
was the type that the entire family
were down at one time. Two of the
children died almost immediately and
were buried by the neighbors, not one
of the family being able to leave their
rooms. Last week the father and two
more of the children died and the three
were buried in one grave. Three of the
remaining are not expected to recover.
A Maryland Preacher's Pie.
From the Dorchester Kra.
The members and friends of the Meth
odist Episcopal Church at East New
Market called upon tlie pastor, Itev. T.
O. Ayers, on Saturday night, and pre
sented him a "Dorchester pie." It was
a very peculiar sort of pie. The bottom
crust was a sack of corn ; the top crust
was a purse of gold ; the tilling was
made up of sausage, hams,coffee,sugar,
cake, lard, fruit, honey, crackers, eggs,
jelly, butter, hominy, potatoes, hosiery
—yes,a pie with a stocking in it
handkerchiefs, chocolate, catsup, dried
fruit, fresh pork, beef, etc. It was a
big pie—a whole wagonload of pie.
i\s. 317 & 319 ARCH ST.,
RATES REDUCED TO $2.00 PER DAY.
The traveling public will btlll find at this
Hotel the same liberal provision for their com
fort. It is located in the Immediate centres of
business and places of amusement and the dif
ferent Rail-Road depots, as well as all parts ot
the city, are easily accessible by Street Cars
constantly passing the doors. It offers special
inducements to tbose visiting the eity fox- busi
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Your patronage respectfully solicited.
Jos. M. Proprietor.
LgGjL J!) VER TISEME.VTS.
ACMTORN' ANNUA I. NTATF.INKNT
FOR MILLHEIM BOKOULLH.
Jonathan Harter, treasurer Aoconirt wllb
March is. 1882, To Cash from C.
Smith, treasurer for I*Bl 21 <>l
March 12, 18H3, To Cash from Sam.
Welser, Jr.. Collector for JBBI 82 37
To Cash from \V. K. Alexander,
Colh ctor for 1880 11 SO
To Cash of Circus fees 17 00
To Cash of (lues 5 SO
To amount of Duplicate 573 69
March 12,1883, Cli.
By Cash to John Stoner. work on
road, (1881) No. 7 2 ?.9
" 44 " David Clrlch, work on
road, (1881) No. 8 .. 50
" " "K. Bartholomew, work
on road, (1881) No. 15... 50 *
u ii ii 'fhos. liockman, wnik
on road, (18*1) No. 19... 125
" " 44 W. Adams, uorkou
road, (1881) No. 25 •
" •* "J. W. Snook, construe
tlon of crossings, (1881)
No. 40 27 50
" 44 " (iconic Peters, hauling i
(1882) No. 42 .....A. 125
" " " Sam. Welser. Jr., serv
ing notices (1882) No. 40 525
i •• •'Jueoh Klscnhuth. J. P.
services, <1882) No. 49* 2 30
" " " K Bartholomew, hurial i
of carcass, (1882) No. 50 125
" " " Deinlnger & Bumlllcr,
printing. (1882) No. 51 10 00
44 44 '• J. W. Snook, graveling
rad,<lßß2) N0.52........ 2 00
" " 44 llgiMt Musser, work <xw
roail, (1882) No. 54 4 00
44 " 44 Jerome Splgcknyer, ft
crossings, (1882) NO. .55 47 40
44 ** 44 Jacob BMiiKet, pfciiik,
(1882) No. 56 8 00
" " " Jacob Alter, wxtrk on
road, (18821 No.. r -7 3 25
" -'S 44 David Miller, work on
road. <IS9J) Na 58 100
i, .• I, !,.(,.!• Walisa, uvtrk on
road (1882) No. 50 6 00
" " " John Stoner, work on
road, (lss2) No. ;o. 10 75
" " "F. C. UaiuoivU, work
-on road. (1882) No. 61... 575
,• .i .1 Tln>s. liockman, mak
ing handles, (1882) >Q.
82 : : .. 30
44 " "J.H. B. Hartman. mak
ing handles, (1882) No.
M " " John A. Miller, work
on road, (1882) No. 84 ... 100
" " " Henrv Brown, work on
road. (1892) No. 65 2 07
•• ii it j ilco i) Keen, work on •
-road. (1*82) N0,04 - 1 <Bl
it tt *t* ii. 1,. Z'-rby. work on
road. (1882) No. n7 1 50
" " 44 Jon.Krefnnef - , work on
road. (1882) No 66 4 75
44 o, •• Win. K. Ilennev. work
on road, (1882)" No 69... 7-0
" " "B. F. Miller, work ou
road, (1682) N0.70 50
" " "J. W. Adams work on
road. (1882) No. 71 1 75
" " 44 Jacob Hartley, work ou •
road (1882) No. 72 I 50
" " *• Win. S. Maize, workon
road (1882) No. 73 5 25
*' " " E BartliHlomew, ser
vices (18S2) No. 74 12 56
i. ,i tt (j eo | Ue Bierly, hauling
lumber (1882) No. 75.... 10 7$
" " " John G. Musser, con*f . *
struetlon of crossing,
(1982) No. 76 6(0
" " 44 Mark Mooney, work on
road (1862) No. 77 4 W
" " 44 Glsewite A Snisik.lum
ber. (1882) No. 78 32 48
" " " John Swartz. work on
road (1883) No. 79 ........ 187
" 44 * 4 Jacob Alter, work at
boardwalk (1883; No.Bo 300
" " " Uriah Kelfsnyder.work
nt boardwalk, (ISS3)
No. Hi 1 30
" •' " Thorn. Hockman. work
at boaril walk, (1S83)
No- 82 1 50
" " "K. Bartholomew, ser
vices (1SKI) No. 83 100
" " 44 P. A. Piimlller, services
(18.83) No. 84 18(H)
44 " " It. A. lUimiller, bill of
I>. K. Fomrey for pro
fessional services (lsS3)
No. 85 10 00
" 44 ".George Peters, balance
on hauling (188.3) No. 85 100
" " " Musser & Smith, hard
ware, (189.3) No. 87 3 37
" " "S. G. Gntellus. burial
of carcass ()H8o) No. S9 150
By exoneration 20
By treasurer's commission on mo
neys paid —• •*> r 4
By collector's percentage on du
plicate 28 6"
By Cash paid lt.O. Deininger, fur
aud t, 1 day 1 00
" 14 44 J. li. B. Ilaitman, for
audit, 1 day. 1 00
44 44 •• J. It. Bair, for audit 1
day 1 00
44 44 44 It- A- Buinlller. Clerk 1
day 1 on
By note given to council - 398 74
I Samuel welser, Jr., Collector of borough taxes
for the year libl, DR.
March 12th, 1883, To Balance due on du
By exonerations. 80
44 IH-'rcentage ou duplicate, 14.22
To Balance due borough .' $23.28
Jonathan Harter and H. TI. Weler. Overseers
of the Poor /or the borough <>f Millhcim In Ac
-s • count with said l>or6u to h.
March 13.188-2. To Cash from Mark
Mooney and D. A. Mi sser, form
er overseers 92 97
March 12,1883, To amount of dupli
cate 535 97
To Balauce due overseers ........ 202
March 12.1883, CR.
By Cash paid J. L. Spangler. pro
fessional services In
case of Francis Bote 10 00
" 't ",-A. Oj .Furst, proffes- .
eimiftl scviees In caso
of Anna Nathan 500
" " " for costs in suit of tho
boro vs Potter twp..
fcase of A. Weagley j 43 70
" " " for costs in suit of
Francis Rote 23 25
" " " Dr. I>. H. Mingle for
medical services 3 0$
" M " Dr. J. W. stam. for
medical services 4 90
" " " fijr maintenance of *
poor as follows:
Michael Sniith 66 90
Alexander Weagley 78 so
Jos. & Ad'm Fansler 9.3 67
John llarter 104 00
Maria Harter 82 51
" " " D. L. Zerby for tax
du licate 175
" " " Jonathan Harter for
expenses to Bellef.mte 300
" " " Jonathan Harter for
services 10 00. ,
" '* *' H. 11. Welser,services K) 00*
Bv Percentage on duinicace 20 80
By Cash paid Jon. Kreamer for
keeping A, Weagley
13 weeks in 1881 43 68
By Balance due overseers ut sett le
nient 2 02
. $630 96
We. the undersigned Auditors have examined
the above accounts and finding tliein correct do
hereby approve the SHUIP.
B. O. DEININGER, )
J. 11. B. IIAKTMAN, [ Auditors.
J. R. BAIR, S
Attest: It. A. BUMILLKH, Clerk.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
aominlstratlou on the estute of Elizalieth
Bracht, late of Penn township, dee'd, having
been.granted to the subscriber, ail persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are
hereby requested to make immediate payment
and those having claims to present them duly
proven for settlement.
Pcun township, Feb. 22.1883.
8-6t • Administrator.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
administration on the estate of S. M.
Winter, lat'- of Miles township, deceased, hav
ing been granted to the undersigned, all per
sons Indebted to said estate are hereby notified
to make immediate payment, and those having
claims to present them duly authenticated for
Rebersburg, March 22, 1883.
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Lewistnrj aid Tyrone Railroad Time
I 3 a 7 0
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. p. M
MoYitaivd<m 705 9.40 2.oft 6.00 7.45
Lewlshtirg 7.3 ft 10 oft 2.20
Fair Ground 700 10,1:1 2.2 ft
Rich I 7.40 10.27 2.H5
V'eksbhrg 7.45 ]a.3ft 2.40
Mttlliiiburg B.tJOsir 11.00 ar 2.55
<•• de-. 3 nft
Mlllmont... K22 • 3.28
Laurclton 8.33 3.40
Wlker Hull 41.57 - 4.00
Cherry Huu , 4,25
Fowler ..,,...9.35 , 4.47
Cobul'll 9.43 ' ft.oo
Spriug Mllinar lMft nr. ft.3o
. r * -*4 4 n 10
, < A. M. P. M. '
Spring Mills ft.fto 1.50
Coburn ft in *.20
Fowler ;.... • R. 28 2.33 '
< berry Run..... G. 48 2.55
Wlker Ilun 7.oft 3.15
Laurel toll 7.50 3.40
M4l too nt......... 'J 40 3.52
Mifflin burg 8.00 11.4 ft 4.15
P. M. *
Vloksburg • B.lft 12.10 4.
U*>hi 8 2*> 12.17 4.:
Pair <■ cvtf A. M. 8.30 12.33 4.48 r. M.
Lewislnirff ft.Hft >9.45 42.30 ft.lo 7.W
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talis at $1.50. Sample of efiher" to nyents only,
for #l. or both for #2, Add Jess E. Brent &Co.
soutli Bend. Indianp.
UTOOIiA rn A LB VMS,
T}REBEXTA TIOX BIBLES,
S TJX DA Y SCHOOL BIBLES
g UXD'A Y SCHOOL HUPPLIES,
-y/TEMORAXDAS, TIME BOOKS,
TKDGERB, DA YBOOKS, RECORDS,
RXOLD'S EL UID\ SCHO 01 IXKS,
STATIOXERY, PA-pER.' EX VE LODES,
. ■ :
STEREOSCOPES AX® LARGE VARIE
(D • •
TY OF FANCY GOVDG'FOR SALE AT
rpHE JOURNAL jgTORE,
' ' A V.. ' ,
THE LOWEST PRICES.
If you want free sample coplbs of the largest
and best agricultural 'payer i' tire country
write yours and your neighbors' names on a
postal card and mail it t u Fir-nsrs' friend Pub.
Co.. South Band, Did. price 50 cents a year
aud Premiums to every-subscriber.
■ I-ii ■ i i it i IB 1 " ' — ■■ mill. i i ii ■ . ,
! ' —THE MILLHEIM MARBLE WORKB
Is the Oldest, The largest, The heapest, The Most Reliable, The Most Successful Establishment of its Kind in this part of Pennsylvania.
T^TT,TT^T~NT CKEIER, &c !L^E"D"SSIEjIE^ 7 PROPRIETORS.
MILLMEM, ■ PEAK*.
> k made at home !>y the in
£ W ous. Best business now be
til M fy fore the public. Capital no, need
w ed. We will start you. Men, women
boys and girls wanted everywhere
to work for us. Now is the time. You can work
In spare time, or give your whole time to the
business. No other business will pay you near
ly as well. No one can fail lo 111 ke enormous
pay, by entailing at once. Costly outfit and
terms free. Monev inale fast, easily, and hon
orably. Address tiw t &Co., Augusta, Maine.
D. H. LENKER;
M ANUFACTURER AND DEALER IN
Chamber Suits, Bureaus, Lounges,
Bedsteads, Stands, Marble-Top Centre
Tables, Breakfast Tables, Dining
Tables, Extension Tables, Sideboards,
Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen Furni
ture, Cane or Wood Seat Chairs,
Itockeis, Spring lied 3, Wire, Wool and
llair Matresscs, every style of Mould
ings for Picture Frames. Frames of
any size made to order.
Undertaking a Speciality.
1 keep a complete Hue ot undertak
er's goods always on hand.
Having a Branch Shop in Millheim,
I can accommodate customers at either
A share of public patronage re
spectfully solicited. 50-6 m
Get the Best.
Webster's Dictionary is the best. Every fam
By should have a copy. Allison's Webster's
Dictionary contain! ng over .TOO Illustrations, 50-
000 words and phrases, pronouncing vocabula
ry of scripture and proper names, list of mytho
logical and classical names. United States cen
sus for 1880 and many other useful tables. Post
paid for only 50 cents. Address E. Florence A
Co., P. O, box 1860, South Bend, Ind.
n A TrMTO AWDEIMO* 4 SMITH,
Mil ! E* !l I \ Bol'cUor. of U. S. ami For
-1 H I Llf I Ofl'i J'i No. 7cof>. v, nih
Street. cor. G, opp. IT. H. pat
ent cif.i'-c, Washington, o. <l. Correspondence eo
ltcU-n. \o ihu ge for adv'ce. No ice charged mi
le* Patent Is allowed. References. l.-wls .Johnson
A Co., Ban kern, and Postmaster, M bißgton. FN V.
Pamphlet of Instrncf l'm? frv.
I IN Y
Furniture, Carpets, Sewing Machines,
China and Silverware, &c.
VOVf- '.* *<
For the next two weeks we will offer our immense stock at a
great reduction from •
Consisting of Furniture of every description, Parlor and Chamber Suits,
Library, Pining-Room and Kitchen Furniture. Chairs. Lounges, Patent
Rockers, Rattan and Reed Chairs in great variety. Mattresses of tho
finest curled hair to the cheapest straw. Springs cf eytry description.
An unusual large stock of
CARPETS, RUGS, MATTS,
Ottomans, Flassocks.iFoot Rests, Commodes <fcc. All to be slaughtered
for TWO WEEKS ONLY previous to taking our annual account of stock.
When you remember we occupy over 33000 feet of Floor Space packed
FTTILIXJ of stock
you can iorrn n:i idea of the extent of our stock; We would advise all
who contemplate buying anything in our liuo for the next year to avail
themselves of these bargains while our stock is complete and oui lines un
broken. In order to give you some idea of the
Bargains we are now Offering
We quote you some of our Leading Good's ?
Painted Chamber Suits—- 515.00 Reduced from $ 25.00
Solid Walnnt Chamber Suits. 28 00 " ** 40.00
44 Haircloth Parlor Suits--33.00 " " 50.00
. 41 " cmbossed g plush parlor suits 75.00 j 41 " 125.00
Extra Super Carpe s 05 " .. " 1.00
Choice 4 * 44 75 44 * 1.10
Rag Carpets —---------30 to 60c. " 45 to 90
Brussels " 50 to 85c. 41 " 85 to 1.25
French china Pinner Setts 75.00 44 44 .. 150.00
Sewing Machines 18 to 25.00 44 14 40 tp 50.00
J. R. SMITH ft CO.,
110,112,114 Front street, Milton, Pa.
Established 1841# "
TOE FDRSYTB SCALE CMMI;
Mxaufacturo b infix of
FIRST QUALITY ■
AND AT . ' • V
BOOTS <£z SHOES
I ' . . . ...
LOCOC HAVBH, lE=_A_
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE fc RETAIL liROCERS,
keep the largest stock In the
143 MAIN STREET,
THE BOSS CLOTHIERS
for your Clothing.
45 MAIN STREET,
'mm 8008 i
North Second Street,
Half a square south of the L. &. T. R. It. Depot,
New and commodious Building;
Equipped in all departments with en
tirely new Furniture.
No efforts spared to make the
BAKER HOUSE A pleasant, comfortable
Home to all guests.
An excellent Livery attached. •
VV, N, BAKER, Proprietor.
Wnrmnted the most perftct FrM>he4
Fertiliser Drill la eitMmrc. Stuff Kr cin
©iilur, A. B. FARQiHAB, fork, Pa.
STEAM ENGINES, jHpflt ,
A B. FABQUHAR, York Pa WA&BZm i
Cheapest ami beat for all pur
jx>r—aimple, strong and du- '
, RHLILA, SAW, UHIST MiT.ua HMrafflßSsSlnWA
axa JUOHINKKT GENERALLY.
S.al lor Illustrated Cataloguo
t W IICK
,r , THE FARQrnAR SEPARATOR
AMrtmA. B. fARQUBAB, York, Pa.
j . FAEftUBAS ESTSTOiTS COEiT PLASTH -
\N3K "Warranted the best ccn dmppar and aal
\W ifert , ' >fvc "^•• <, fc rt "rr distributor ta Uta