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TBVUSPAY, JANUARY, 3., 18S4.
"iftr OJBININGER & BUMILLER.
Olißrch & Sanday School Directory.
Revs. B. Hengst and H. A. Benfer, Breach's
Protracted meeting In progress.
Sunday School, ZERDY, Supt,
Missionary Society meets on the third Mon
day evening of each month.
Rev. Purman Adams Preacher-ineharpe.
uhday School at 10)4 A. M.—D. A Musser, Sup't,
Rev. Zvinpli A. Yeariclr, Pastor.
Zwingli memorial services throughout the
charge. Sec notice elsewhere,
Mite society meets regularly on the first Tues
day evening of each month.
Rev. J. O. IT. Herald, Preacher-in eharpe.
Regular preaching next Sunday morning.
Sunday School, 9A. M.— A. R. Alexander, Sunt.
Rev. John Tomlinson, Pastor.—
Pastor Tomlinson assists in the Zwingli mem
orial services on Sunday.
Communion meeting begins at Millheim on
Sunday School at 9 A.M. B. O. Deininger, Supt-
The Augsburg Bible Class meets every Thurs-
day evening at 7 o'clock.
Ladies' Mite Society meets on the first Mon
• day evening of each month.
Rev. IT. A". Poster, Pastor.
Lodge & Society Directory.
Millheim Lodge, No. 955, I. O. O. F. meets in
heir ball, Penn Street, every Saturday evening.
Rebecca Degree Meeting every Thursday on
or before the full moon of each month.
C. W. HAKTMAV Sec. K. \N. MAICK, N. G.
Providence Grange, No. 217 P. of H., meets in
Alexander's block on the second Saturday of
each month at 1%. p. v., and on the fourth Sa
turday of each month at 14* p. m.
D. L.ZKRBT, Sec. T.G. Kan ARB,Master.
The Millheim B. & L. Association meets in
the Penn street school house on the evening of
the second Monday of each month.
A. WALTEH. Sec. B. O. DKININOKR, Prest.
The Millheim Cornet Band meets in the
Town Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings.
J. H. B. HARTMAN, Sec. SAM. WEISER, JK, Pres.
The House met at noon on the 24th
of December and Speaker Carlisle an
nounced his committees, which are in
the main satisfactory, although not
every member nor even every interest
is satisfied, and that result could not
possibly be reached by any speaker,
no matter who he would be.
Mr. Carlisle has not allowed himself
to be influenced against the great lead
ers in the Democratic party whom the
people have learned to respect and
trust, and especially has he remember
ed our Pennsylvania statesmen, Cur
tin and Randall, who stand high in
the affections of the people by giving
them chairmanships on the most im
portant committees. The speaker does
himself great honor herein.
We give below some of the more
Ways and Means—Messrs. Morrison
Illinois; Mills, Texas; Blount, Geor
gia ; Blackburn, Kentucky; Hewitt,
New York; Herbert, Alabama; Hurd,
Ohio; Jones, Arkansas; Kelly, Penn
sylvania; Kasson, Iowa; McKinlev,
.Ohio; Hiscock, New York; Russell,
Appropriations— Messrs. Randall,
Pennsylvania; Forney, Alabama; El
is, Lousiana ; Holman, Indiana; Han
cock, Texas; Townshend, Illinois;
Hutchihs, New York; Follett, Ohio;
Burns, Missouri; Keifer, Ohio; Can
non, Illinois; Ryan, Kansas ; Calkins
Indiana ; Horr,Michigan ; Washburn,
Foreign Affairs—Messrs. Curtin,
Pennsylvania; Belmont, New York ;
Deuster, Wisconsin ; Clements, Geor
gia ; W. R. Cox, N. C.; G. D. Wise,
Va.; Stewart, Texas ; Lamb, Indiana;
Rice, Mass.; Wait, Conn.; Ketcham,
N. Y.; Phelps, N. J.; Hitt, 111.
Banking and Currency— Messrs.
Buckner, Missouri; Ermentrout, Penn
sylvania; Potter, New York; Hunt,
Louisiana; Mills, Texas; Candler,
Georgia; Wilkins, Ohio ; Yaple, Mich;
Dinglev, Maine ; Brumm, Pennsylva
nia; Adams, Illinois; Henderson, la.;
Logan Pushing His Campaign-
Opposition to Arthur—Gossip
About the Candidates.
WASHINGTON, December 27.
General Logan is forcing the fight
with Arthur for the nomination. Not
only is he in dead earnest himself,but,
to a an extent true of no one else, ex
cept Blaine, perhaps he has fighting
friends. The Black Warrior regards
Illinois secure for him, and he is pro
ceeding on the ground that no man
has any right in the canvass which
the convention will be bound to re
spect who does not have the solid sup
port of his own State and who can
not show that it will be his at the e
lection. This rule sets Arthur aside.
Logan is calling witnesses to show
that Arthur can neither get the dele
gates from nor carry New York. The
proposition that Avhereas, New York
must be carried to elect, and that as
Arthur cannot do it he is out of the
race, is a piece of logic which Logan
employs with force peculiar to him.
It is the General's stronghold. He
relies on it to kill Arthur, even if it
does not nominate himself. He takes
pride in declaring that he has the
courage of his convictions, which is
something tremendous. Arthur has
been made to understand the case and
requested to say what ho is going to do
Logon and his supporters aver with
the greatest confidence and cite in
support of what they say overwhelm
ing proof, as thev declare, that Ar
thur would lw beaten in New York.
It is alleged that Arthur has lately
been confronted with the proposition
and the proof and respectfully request
ed cither to controvert it or take him
self out of the field. The Illinois
statesman is for no nonsence. He
never is. It is of this he gives no
tice on all occasions when there is
something on hand to light for.
A decided majority of the Republi
can Senators will act together as an
ti-Arthur men on questions bearing
on the Presidential nomination.
Though differing in their preferences,
they will act in harmony in opposi
tion to Arthur. Senator Sherman
has taken the lead in this. The time
has come when General Arthur has
occasion to know on whom he can re
ly. The Ma hone alliance is likely to
prove a serious detriment. A number
of Senators make it the ground oppo
sition to Arthur. Senator Sherman
finds it a convenient reason. Mahone
is looked upon as an Arthur bower
and will be treated accordingly.
Representations from whatever
quarter of changed relations l>etwoen
Grant, Blaine and Oonkling, or any
of them, are groundless. Since the
report of an alliance IK 1 tween them to
control the Presidential nomination
was sent forth it has l>een denied by
all of them. Grant and Conkling, are
out of polities and and Blaine is keep
ing close watch on the White House,
within sight of which he has located
himself, the better to observe, it is
said, Arthur's movements and prose
cute his literary pursuits.
llow often we hear middle-aged peo
ple say regarding that reliable old
cough remedy, N. 11. Downs' Elixer:
"Why, my mother gave it to me when
I was a child, and I use it in ray fam
ly ; it always cures." Who can name
another medicine with such a record as
this? Dr. Baxter's Mandrake Bitters
are another good medicine ;and Arnica
aud Oil Liniment is just what it is rec
ommended to be. For sale by 11. 11.
Tomlinson, Millheim, Pa.
A Lesson and Incentive.
Twenty five years ago a young mau
named Jerome A. Fillmore, of Penn
sylvania, entered the service ofihe Dela
ware Lackawanna and Western railroad
as a brakeman on a coal train ot $25 a
month salary. Last week Mr. Fillmore
arrived in Chicago with his family in a
special caf as general superintendent of
the Central and Southern Pacific rail
road system, and everywhere recogniz
ed and admitted as one of the finest
railway managers in theUuited States.
His salary is $15,000 a year, and it
would, perhaps, be doubled before
he would be allowed to leave the com
pany's service. There is a lesson, an
incentive to the youth or the country
in Mr. Fillmore's career.
Mrs. Nutt's Friend 3 in an Hour of
UNIONTOWN, DEC. 25.—1f Mrs.
Nutt does not fare well during her stay
in Pittsburg at the coming trial of her
son, it will not be because she has no
good offers from the people of that city.
Letters come pouring in containing ex
pressions that Indicate a remarkable
state of public sympathy for her.
Many private citizens hying in the city
have written, inviting he r to make her
home with them during the trial free of
cost. A gentleman urges her to come
and bring hei mother and near relatives
and stay with his family, and lie will
furnish them with carriages to and
from the Court House daily. One ho
tel has tendered her its accommodation
free. One of the Fisher brothers, of
Pittsburg, was in Uniontown Saturday
last, and while here offered the hospi
tality of his home to Mrs. Nutt at the
trial, and also left SIOO to aid in de
fraying the expenses.
John Bright makes notes and head
ings of his speeches, and with great
care writes down and commits to mem
ory all the important passages. Glad
stone merely jots down facts and fig
ures, and for expression trusts entirely
to the moment. The late Lord Derby,
the"Rupert k of Debate," wrots down
every word and committed his speeches
to memory. I one of his letters he says
that all his principal speeches cost him
two sleepless nights—one in thinking
what he would say and the other in la
menting that he might have said it bet
ter. Thiers was equally precise. O'
Connell and Gambetta spoke al ways on
the inspiration of the moment.
Christmas at the White House.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 26.—Christmas
here was universally quiet, and on ac
ount of the disagreeable weather but
few persons were on the streets. All
of the churches had au early service
several of them at midnight—but all
were Very siimly attended.
The President returned from New
York and attended divine service at
I St. John's Episcopal church at 11 o'clock
He was accompanied by his daughter
Nellie and his son Allan. Returning
to the White House he dined with the
members of his family and spent the
remander of the day quietly.
Bo Merciful to the Dumb Beasts.
Horses should be warmly covered,
when hitched in the open air. Don't
hitch them on cold corners. Don't
leave them stand uncovered in the cold
air a full half day.
The cows, calves, pigs and all domes
tic neimals should be warmly housed.
It saves feed. Cattle in a warm barn,
do not need nearly as much feed as
those exposed to the inclemency of the
season. It pays to bo merciful. It is
all right that ladies should take good
care of their pet dogs; but, at the same
time, cast a thought about the comfort
of animals ot more value, and suscept
ible of an equal amount of physical suf
The fearful Plunge of a'Passengor
Train Into Blue River.
NEW ALBANY, Ind., Dee.2S.—'This
disastrous accident occureil on the
Louisville, New Albany and Chicago
Railroad, at four minutes after five,
Monday morning, to the South-Bound
Chicago train at Blue River Bridge,
one and a-half miles South of Salem.
The train was running at the rate of
forty miles an hour. The bridge was
regarded as one of the most substan
tial on the road, but for thirty hours
previous tremendous rains had fallen,
and the tlood in Blue River had under
mined the bridge and greatly weaken
AN ACCIDENT TO GENERAL
Very Badly Hurt by a Fall on the
Ice on Christmas Evo.
NEW YORK, December 27.
General U. S. Grant lies in his house,
at 3 East Sixty-sixth street, suffering
from a severe fall. On Monday even
ing last, bet ween 10 and 11 o'clock, he
sent for his coupe, intending to make a
call in Madison avenue. It was a cold
nigt and the 'sidewalks were covered
with a coating of ice. It has always
been the custom of General Grant to
make presents of money to his servants
on Christmas and this seemed to him
to be a good time to tip the coachman.
He stepped to tne box, handed the man
a roll of bills and then turned to enter
the cab. His feet slipped from under
him and he fell with very great vio
lence on his left side. Before the ser
vants could reach him he arose, but his
left foot gave way under him and he sank
on the sidewalk in a fainting condition.
Harrison Terrell, his colored valet and
coachman, carried him up the front
stoop slowly and carefully, as he seem
ed to be suffering great agony. They
placed him in the elevator and carried
him to his room, where ho was put to
Rcduotion in Local Passenger
Rates, P. & E. R. R. Division.
The Passenger Department of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company an
nounces that with, view of better accom
modating the traveling public, a reduc
tion in tne passenger rates will go into
effect on Jan. Ist, 1884,betweeu stations
on the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad
Division, embracing the "main line,"
between Sunbury and Erie ; "Lewis
burg and Tyrone Railroad," between
Moulandon and Spring Mills ; "Sun
bury, Kazleton and Wilkesbarre Bail
road," between Sunbury and Tomhick
en ; "North and West Branch Rail
way," between Catawissa and Wilkes
barre ; and "Ridgeway and Clearfield
Railroad," between Brockwayvile and
COMMISSION BBS' SALE OF UNSEATED
LANDS.—In pursuance of an Act of As
sembly passed on the 29tli day of Murcli. A. D.
1824, the Commissioners of Centre County will
sell at public sale at the Court House in the Bo
rough of Bellefonte, on Tuesday, the 29tli clay
of January, A. 1). 18K4, the following deaoribed
tracts of land purchased by the County at Trea
surer's snD, and which have remained unre
deemed tor the space of five yearsand upwards.
ACRES. PER. WARRANTEE NAMES. TOWNSHIP.
400 I> Car scad den Hoggs
120 John M Hall Bcnner
100 James Hart ram. do
100 40 1 DShugert - do
433 151 Charles Hall Burnslde
433. Jos o Wallace do
433 William Bell do
302 80 Robert Irvin Cnrtln
309 19 N L Atwood do
415.... Joseph Taylor do
448 99 Andrew hpple do
294 31 Martha Godfrey do
100..... Joseph Kelso do
439 139 NL Atwood d"
200 .John Palmer do
370 Samuel Balrd do
394 4 Jol) W Packer do
158 93 J W Packer do
320 Jonathan Miles do
40!) J Z Long do
4<o J Z Long do.
42 Samuel Hall do
294 Charles Bruce do
300 N L Atwood do
433. Thus McEwen do
415 Jesse Brooks do
41.5 Jesse Brooks do
100 James Oliver Ferguson
50 Richard Mosley do
50 Richard Mosley do
50 Isaac Buckley do
93 Margaret Dougherty.... Gregg
330 Alex McDonald do
178 127 Andrew Carson do
122 31 Win Hepburn do
50 Lolui Irvin Harris
50 John Irvin no
4(H) Win Brown do
400 Robert Patterson do
400 Robert Patterson do
400 James Reed do
359 Henry Antes Haines
320 Peter Kreamer do
372 John Mackey do
54...... Isaac Shearer Halfmoon
421 43 John Bing do
63 89 Isaac shearer do
58 12 Ira Fisher do
07 76 Isaac Shearer do
40 Peggy Shearer do
231 Moore Huston
1112 Williams do
200 11 .... Win Chancellor do
215 Martha Godfrey., Howard
50 White & Nestlerode.... do
104 John Brady do
87 James T Hale do
242 97 .... James Harris do
50.* Joseph Greysburg do
217 Sarah Bonhain do
154 Joseph Green do
25 Joseph Graysburg...... do
25 Joseph Graysburg do
119 15 C B Wealsh do
50 A D Harris do
130 JJlingle do
80 Heniy Antes do
50 White & Nestlerode.... do
217-...- Sarah Bonham do
415 Martha Godfrey do
25 Joseph Baker do
98 John Potter Liberty
40 Lon&bottom do
of '-00 Christian Nesllcrode... do
2"6 Daniel Krouse do
25 InhnJaekoii do
80 Hubert Smith do
K*' Job W Puuker do
30 Thomas King do
4t* Matthew • (vioh <1
Thomas King - <lo
50 1) Curscaddeti ilo
HO Wm Council do
•to Thomas King do
4OH 32 Win Scott do
too Matthew I .each do
20 Thomas Lucas Mai lon
U of 199 Paul Zant/.loser do
40 .i .1 Llngle do
400 McCoy & l.inii do
150 2 .. •Mimithuii Wolf Miles
100 42 .... H Gratz do
19 1 HtiriU do
123 47 Stir:. (7. do
150 .....Jonathan Wolf do
250 ..lore Jackson do
11 HcphunnV Harris do
Pto .... 12: simon Gratz do
Wm Ilratly lo
CHI .....111 H Gratz do
400 Jos Cowgell Potter
400 Daniel Smith do
100 SamT Young do
26 A Hunter do
42 lames Moore do
400 Will Harrison do
too .losejlt Cowgell. do
too lames Forties do
100 Wm Cook I Vim
100 Win Conk do
4X5 153 Isaac lliiteher liush
'2lO 1.16 Thomas C) rant do
'2lO .153 Thomas llauiiltou do
433 153 ltlchard Lowdeu do
4X3 .....153 llail'l Fitzgerald do
4X5 153 lames Tower do
4XI 1.13 Isaac Rnlrher do
4XI 1.13 lacob Wetzer .... do
4X5 123 lames Turner do
43t Thomas Grant do
4X5 153 Jus Welch do
4X5 153....Hannah Turner do
2*<o M hlte & Parsons do
.'KM lio Aim Arthur do
304 117 Thomas Arthurs do
450 John llrachblll no
4IS Casper Lawrence do
104 Jos llowman do
4X5 Jane Miller do
50 II Winner do
4XI .... 113 Hubert Miller
of 434 Thomas Grant do
L,of 431 Thomas Grant do
( 5 Wm Wilson do
433 153 Kearney Wharton do
301) Mathlas Graff do
4.'53 113 Henry Piukerton do
4X5 153 David Lewis do
4 5.) 153 Hiehard Malone.. do
4X5 1(13 Hennett Lu CM do
4X5 153 Reuben Haines, Jr do
120 HO lubu Llbby - do
4X5 153 lOS J Wallace do
363 Samuel Chestnut do
433 153 Richard Malone do
300 Thomas Erskine do
4X5.... 153 Eleanor Slddoos do
•200 lob n Coneuhuver do
433 diaries Lucas do
216 Holier! Ralney. do
4X5 16:5 Jiiliii McCorilliiau do
4X5.... 153 Kleanor Siddons do
453 1&3 Daniel Turner do
10 John Copeiihaver, do
19 Henry Vandyke do
3HI Vndrew Allison do
106 .Barbara-Snyder do
HO Robert Kins? do
4X5 153 John Hopkins do
270 Hugh Mcfcntlro ........... do
4X5 153 A Reighard do
50 Robert King do
Xss 153 Isaac Butcher do
216 18 Hugh Hamilton do
4X5 165 Jacob 510uch..... do
433 .... 153 John Spear do
I /Long Snow shoe
21 Richard Wain do
162 Richard Jones .. do
300 Joseph Devling do
200 J Z Long do
300 Joseph Devling— do
..of 4X5 1 f NorrU. dc
4X5 Mary M Wharton do
412.1 D < arscadden do
412 1> Carscudden do
25 D Carscadden. do
inn 2H Win P Mitchell do
415 Richard Wain do
4X5.... 153 Andrew Bayard do
:>oo la*wis Lewis do
450 Sarah McClanahaii do
4"x) " " do
4X5 153 Margaret Spear do
400 Alex Martin...... do
4X5 Geo Parker do
XX) John Liggett do
4X5 103 Kearney Wharton do
4"Hi Alexander Martin, do
400 Ia? wis la; wis do
21 Robert Rainey do
32V William Banks do
400,.... David Williams do
32) William Banks do
Joseph Norton do
4no David Williams do
XV) llenry Tool. Spring
419 John Johnston - do
4X5 153 Joshua Williams .. Taylor
Ilk) Daniel Beck do
58 John Beiglitol do
176 ... Mojes Coats do
334 John Lamb do
lacob Reck do
90 C Van Pool do
216 156 Polly MeEwen do
XX) A hner Webb do
Sol Jos Downing. do
4s .las Fox - do
300 22 John Lamb do
so D Beck. - do
4X5 .....Richard Malone do
4.54 Polly Williams do
10 Thomas MeEwen do
92 Thomas Wallace do
80 Jacob Beck do
250 Marian Morris do
453 153 Mary Smith do
hx) John CoiKMihaver do
300 Joseph Welch - do
4XI Joshua Williams. do
4X5 153 Polly Williams. do
XX)— John lainib do
43 Polly McKwen ~ do
434 Henry McKwen do
4:>4 Henry McKwen ........... do
HX) Samuel Phipps Union
50 lloyce Davis ........ ........ do
117 - " '• do
HX) lane Blake do
191 IHi ;i woody & long do
2x) ('apt Unman Walker
HlO 1.18 William Wjstel -.. d°
211 9S William Gilbert ........... do
143 ....111 Wm Ackert. - do
11 42 Mary Dougherty do
60 15 Pd(?s&Co ... do
94 3*.) Margaret Dougherty... do
too leremlalt Parker do
- 2<X).... m Richard Parker do
VSO llenry McKwen do
2V) .1 B Gray ... Worth
4X' 153 James Hawthorn do
2)0 PBDGray do
ADMINISTRATORS- NOTlCE.— utters of
administration on the estate of John Orn
dorf, late of Haines township, deceased, having
been granted to the subscribers, all 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.
JOHN J. ORNDOKK.
ADMINISTRATRIX' NOTlCE.— Letters of
administration on the estate of Nathan
Korinan, late of I'enn township, deceased, hav
ing been granted to the subscriber, all persons
knowing Hiemsselves indebtea to said estate
are hereby requested to make immediate pay
ment and those having claims to present them
duly proven for settlement.
I7ISTKAY NOTICE.—Came to the residenc
'j of the subscriber in Miles township, about
the Ist of August last, two stray heifers, each a
bojit ten mouths old. The one is of a light red
color, white at the head and lias a .small piece
cut out of the right ear: the other is roan color
ed, red head and a small piece cut out of light
ear. The owner is requested to pay expenses
and take tlieni away, otherwise they will he sold
as the law directs."
GEO. W. GEISWITE.
Nov. Bth, 18H3 3m
EX FCC TO H'S NOTlCE—Letters testament-
I ary on the estate of George Bollinger, late
of Haines township, Centre Co., Pa., deceased,
having been granted to the subscr.ber, all per
sons knowing themselves indebted to said es
tate are hereby notified) to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against the
.line, to present them duly proven lor settle
H. A. MINGLE,
Aaronsbnrg, Dec. 6H1,1883. Executor.
—Watchniakßr i& Jeweler, —
is selling off his en
tire stock of
Plated Chains Jewelry,
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Gold Rings.
Until January Ist,
to make a change in the business.
The public is respectfully
incited to call and get the
henef t of this rare chance.
A £<HH! Elgin Watch In silver
case for SB.OO.
Rogers Knifes, Best Triple Plate,
$2 90 pr dozen.
s3r*Goo(ls sent to responsible
parties to select from. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
All kinds of repairing promptly done.
Goods to lie repaired can lie sent by
mail and will be returned in the
shortest possible time.
All kinds of Gold and Hair Jew
elry made to order.
SEXJ) FOR PRICE LIST.
ELI AS LUSE. F. D. LUSE.
Elias Luse & Son's
fn th> rear of the Kv. Church, Pen Street,
ALL KINDS OK
PLANING MILL WORK
Doors, Window Frames
& Sash, Shutters &
Blinds, Siding, Brackets,
AND ALL STYLES OF
made to order at the most reasonable prices.
A share of public patronage respectfully so
licited. - 36-ly
(Most Central Hotel in the city.)
CORNER OF MAIN AND JAY STREETS,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
Goods amide Rooms for Commercial Travel
ers on first floor.
F. A. I.ehniann. Solicitor of American and
Foreign Patents, Washington, D. <. All busi
ness connected with Patents, whether before
the Patent Office or the Courts, promptly at
tended to. No charge made unless a patent is
seemed. Rend for circular. tf
. H O V U Im U "bility. Widows,
■ w minor children
and dependent parents entitled when death re
sulted. Chums reopened, restoration, increased
bounty, back pay and discharges obtained. Ap
ply at once, delay prejudices your rights. Fees
fixed by law. Address, with stamp, the old e 3
tablished firm <>f KDSON & CO., Attorney)) and
Cniim Agents, 917 F St., Washington, D. C.
Q ET YOUR JOB PRINT 1 NG DONE AT
The Uilhcini Journal Office.
FINE WORK CHEAPLY EXECUTED.
- BEE HIVE -
!!! Special Announcement!!!
We are just opening the largest and
decidedly the cheapest lot of goods ever
brought to Lock Haven.
Very Best Muslins at 8 cts.
Canton Flannel?, worth 15 cts. for 10 cts.
Good Canton Flannel for 6 cts.
Heavy Feather Ticking for 12K cts.
Heavy Red Twill Flannel for 25 cts.
We have one of the largest and finest
stocks of Dress Goods this side of Phila
delphia. An elegant line of cheap goods
from 6 cts. up.
Jamestown Cashmeres in all Shades
warranted to wash, only 25 cts.
Black and Colored Cashmeres are fUlly
25 per cent, lower than regular prices.
You will be surprised how low we sell.
We buy them in one thousand yard lots and war
rant every yard not to cut. If they do we give you
a new dress. OCJR BLACK SILK at SI.OO is as
good as; most dealers sell at $1.25.
VERY RESPECTFULLY YOURS,
EVERETT & CO.,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
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. HARRIS, "AaKET.sTBBET, LEWISBURG
New Fall and Winter Millinery for Ladies,
MISSES AJSTID OHILIDIRLEIISr.
Ladies' and Misses' Ready-Made Goats and Dolmans in latest Styles.
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, DRESS TRIMMINGS, HOSIER*, GLOVES AND CORSETS, GERMANTOWN, ZEPHYR AND SAXONY WOOLS,
AND AN ENDLESS LINE OF
FANCY GOODS! NOTIONSAAPaGAOJSUAL LOW PRICES.