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Ilu gtUlHulm journal.
THURSDAY, FEB. 3RD, 1887.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER.
Demooratio County Committee.
)N. W 11. Y. Stitzer.
Bellcfonte >B. W —.....Edward Brown, .Tr.
) W. W Tames Schoflelj.
Howard 80r0...-2- A. \WIHM-.
Milesburg Boro A. 0. Wltherite.
Millbeim Boro A. A. Frank.
Centre Hall Boro I>. .T. Meyers.
) Ist W .. C. G. Herlingrer.
Phlllpsburg > 2nd W llcnry i.ehman.
> 3rd W A. J. Craham,
Untonyiile Boro A. J. Griest.
Benner twp Thomas Frazer.
Boggs twp, N. F -
W. P Milllgan Walker.
" E. P H.L.Harvey.
Burnside twp Anson Dougherty.
Colleee twp - lolm 1. Williams.
Curtin tw p - David Brickley.
Ferguson twp, E. P Henvy Krebs.
■ R " W. P Frank Bowersox,
Gregc twp. 8. P Hiram Grove.
•' N, P Joslah ltossman.
Haines two, E. P William Keen.
" W. P George M. Keister.
Half Moon twp -..William Bailey.
Harris twp -.Frank K. Wetland.
Howard twp John Glenn.
Huston twp William Irwin.
Liberty twp William Gardner.
Marion twp- ... .John lshler.
Miles twp. - A. \. Cormaii.
Patton twp T. c. Eckley.
Penn twp Win. 11. Kieamer.
Potter twp, N. P F. A. Foreman.
S. P W. W. Royer.
Rush twp, S. P J. M. Clarr.
" N. P John Howe.
Snow Shoe, W. P - Andrew Lucas.
" E. P James Redding.
Spring twp— William Woods.
Taylor twp —Win Calderwook.
Walker twp - John H. Beck.
Worth twp G. J. Wood ring.
Union twp John G. Hall.
11. Y. STITZER, JAMES A. McCLAIX,
STRIKES are assuming monstrous di
mensions. Fully 30000 of the coal
handlers, longshoremen, rail road
freight handlers and dock Lauds are
idle in New York and the wharves
present a deserted appearance. Busi
ness of the steamship lines is partly
checked and the strike has a dampen
ing influence on commercial interests.
Tire name of Senator Cameron is
mentioned of late in connection with
the presidency in 1838. The weil
grounded impression is that Cameron
carries the Republican party of the
old Keystone in his vest pocket. But
as to his presidential candidacy the
use of his name may be a trifle too
premature. We are a good ways off
yet from the national campaign and
he may be killed off as a caudidatc be
fore we get there.
WHEN Queen Victoria opened par
liament in the customary style from
her throne the other day she delivered
her speech to the members and the
synopsis of it is that in her opinion
"everything is lovely and the goose
hangs high." The queen seems to
willfully shut her eyes to the threat
ening aspects in the countries about
her, or else she is woefully misinform
ed. The way things look the British
lion may at any time be aroused from
his seeming indifference.
SINCE the appointment in the House
of an investigating committee which
would demand an adjustment and cor
rection of the wrongs committed by
the managers of the soldiers' orphan
schools it occurs to the republican
senate that now would be the proper
time to close the schools and in view
of that an investigation is considered
unnecessary. The closing of the
schools is all right as their mission
has been completed a few years
ago. But we really do not see why
that should make the wrongs perpe
trated less subject to investigation or
the guilty parties less punishable.
resolutions ado pted in the U.
S. Senate, which empower the Presi
dent to rebuff C^ aada ia tLe
difficulty for cutting otl A mer ican ves "
sels from their harbors, by for^. ldd ' D y
Canadian vessels to cruise in Ameri
can waters, has had the desired effect
in England. Parliament has already
had several propositions under consid
eration to settle the fishery question
amicably, which goes to show that
England is troubled about the threat
ening tone of the Senate's resolutions.
Certain it is that if England does not
make efforts to remove the bone of
contention the United States govern
ment will settle the matter in away
that may give Great Britain a little
THE Philadelphia Times in speak
ing of the attempt at a revision of the
three mills tax law by the present leg
islature say 3 :
"The organized raid that was to be
made on the three-mill tax law affect
ing personal property as soon as the
Legislature should meet, has not yet
succeeded in organizing itself. The
trouble seems to be that almost every
would-be tax reformer at Harrisburg
has his own special scheme for tinker
ing with the tax laws and is not oyer
willing to see anything else go through
if bis plan fails of acceptance. Or
ganization under the circumstances is
not so easy as it seemed to be from a
On the contrary, the sentiment that
real estate has borne more than its
share of taxation long enough and
that the time has come to relieve it
seems to be stronger than ever, The
desperation of the advocates of repeal
of the three-mill law is shown by their
arguing, on the one hand, that the
borrower of money pays the tax in
the shape of increased interest if not
otherwise ; while, on the other hand,
they argue in the same breath that
the lender is at a disadvantage, be
cause money lenders from New \ ork
and other States can como in and un
derbid him by just the amount of the
tax. In this case tho lender virtually
pays the tax, not the borrower. Tho
would-be repealers will have to do bet
ter than this to argue the law off the
statu to books.
THE Interstate Commerce Bill
which passed both Houses and will
likely be signed by the President is
now a law, and as many other exist
ing laws it also has its defects and is
in some parts dark to the understand
ing of the common public. But as a
whole it can be considered as a begin
ning to the check which the country
ought to put on the unscrupulous bus
iness system of the powerful corpora
tions. Section 2 prohibits railroads
to charge different persons different
prices for substantially the same ser
vice Section 3 forbids to give cer
tain persons,firms or corporations spec
ial privileges on railroads. Section 4
provides that railroads dare not make
higher frieght charges for transporta
tion in small distances than in large
distances. Section 5 prohibits com
binations for so-called "pooling."
Section C provides that within 90 (lavs
after the passage of this law all trans
portation or freight offices must print
and publish their rates. Section 10
fixes the penalty for transgessors of
this law at SSOOO. The next eleven
sections treat ot the commissioners,
I which shall be five in number and
who shall be appointed by the Presi
dent. The term of the commissioners
shall be six years with a salary of
$7500. Section 23 appropriates SIOO,-
000 for the enforcement of the law
and section 2G demands that the com
missioners shall be appointed forth
with, but that the provisions of the
other sections shall not go iuto effect
until sixty days after the passage of
(From our regular correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, Jan/31, 1557.
The toilers on Capitol Ilill confront
ed various questions during the past
week, some of which were important,
while others were not so. Among them
were the fisheries trouble with Canada ;
women suffrage ,* pension ; the bill es
tablishing Agricultural Experiment
Stations ,* the bill preventing members
of Congress from acting as attorneys
for corporations with which Congress
has important dealings ; the Pleuro
pneumonia bill ; the River and Harbor
bill, and several of the other regular
The Women (Suffrage Association,
which has just closed its nineteenth an
nual convention in this city, saw the
Senate remorselessly vote down their
proposed suffrage amendment to the
Constitution. But sixteen Senators vot
ed in favor of the ladies,and that was a
great victory for them. Thevthave re
peatedly seen both houses of Congress
vote against the consideration of the
proposed amendment, but this was I lie
first time thev ever had a vote on the
It looks as if there is really to be a
change in the Cabinet soon, and that
two of the best officials in the Treasury
are to become president and vice-presi
dent of the new National Bank in Xew
York. I refer to the Secretary of the
Treasury and to the U. S. Treasurer,
Mr. Jordan. Mr. Manning declines to
say anything regarding the matter, but
it is generally believed that lie will of
fer his resignation to take effect soon
after the adjournment of Congress.
The contemplated retirement of Treas
urer Jordan at that time is openly ac
There is a clear case for a veto in the
drag-net pension bill which has passed
the House and the Senate and now goes
to the President. It provides that all
persons who served three months or
- — jn the rpjlitary or naval service of
tiip TTn States in any wjr, shall be
uension'ed a,* -* he , ™ le of *'* P" *">"
if tliey are unab,° '0 earn a support be
cause of physical 0:' mental disability.
Anything to s|ie,id the surplus appears
to be the motto of the Itepiid. leans of
both branches of Congress, This ins
ure,which was rushed through the ben
ate without a roll-call, virtually creates
an annex to the Pension Bureau because
it offers gratuities to disabled ex-sol
diers. without regard to any connec
tion between their service in the army
and their present disability.
The bill would take unknown mill
ions out of the Treasury if It became a
law, for it also provides at the rate of
sl2 per month for the dependent rela
tives of soldiers who are not able to pro
vide for them. This would be convert
ing the Federal Government into an in
stitution for dispensing out-door relief,
and encouraging shiftlessness among a
class that might y.liei wise be self-sup
A Busy Week for Congress,
WASHINGTON, Jan. 31.— This week
promises to be a busy and eventful one
in the House. Among the measures
that may be pressed are the Randall
tariff bill, the fishery retaliation mat
ters, Dills for additional cruisers, and
the pleuio-pneumonia bill, besides some
one or another or' JJje appropriation
bills. Tne naval committee wfjj make
a determined effort soon to forward tiie
interests of the new navy. The con
struction of at least four big cruisers,
besides sundry gunboats and torpedo
boats, will be probably recommended.
will Sign the Bill.
WASHINGTON, Jan. £l.— The general
impression is that the president will
sign the interstate commerce bill. At
torney-General Garland lias not yet
rendered an opinion as bo constitution
ality, however, and the president is
awaiting this. He lias until next Sat
urday to consider the measure.
ANNUITIES TO JUDGES.
Judges to be Given an Annuity
Aftor Certain Yeaia of
HAUKISBURG, Jan. 28.— The follow
ing bill providing for annuities to
Judges who have given a full term of
service in the Supreme Court or twenty
years'service in the lower courts and
have reached the aje of 65 years is now
liefore the Legislature :
"An act to provide an honorary com
pensation for the Justice of the Su
preme Court and the Judges of other
courts of this Commonwealth required
to be learned in the law.
"SECTION 1. Be it enacted, etc., that
when any Justice of the Supreme Court
of this Commonwealth lias served, or
shall hereafter serve, one full term for
which he was elected, and when any
President JmUe or other Judge ot any
court of record of this Commonwealth
required to he learned in the law has
served, or shall hereafter serve, for a
period of twenty years, and such Jus
tice or Judge shall have retired from
from the judicial service aforesaid, be
ing at the time of his letireinent of the
age of sixty-live years, he shall annual
ly thereafter during his lifetime he en
titled to receive from the Common
wealth, as an honorary compensation
for long and faithful services, a sum
equal to three-fourths of the amount of
his last year's salary, to he paid in like
manner as his salary was payable while
in active sei vice."
The opera house at Mercer was de
stroyed by lire on last Thursday even
ing entailing u loss of $40,000.
John Moore, of Montgomery county,
is the owner of a cow which has given
birth to fo.:r pairs of twins in the last
The Philadelphia Democrats.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 27.— Tho dem
ocrats to-day nominated Colonel Clias.
11. Banes for mayor, 11. C. Olmsted for
city solicitor, John Slevin and Maurice
F. Wilhere for police magistrate and
endorsed John Hunter for receiver of
One Year's Yield of Pig Iron.
NEW YORK, Jan. 27.— The annual
report of the American Iron and Steel
Association just published, states that
the total production of pig iron in the
United States, in ISB6 was 6,366,688 net
tons. This is an increase of 445,520
oyer the yield of ISSS. The southern
states did not greatly increase their
production, owing to the time lost in
remodeling coke furnaces.
Safe Burglars Curiously Foiled.
carried off the 1,200 pound safe of J)r.
J. G. Ililligrass, of Fennsburg, with
money, bonds and papers aggregating
$50,000. They loaded it on a Pekiomen
truck car and started south, but were
overtaken by a freight train near Mc-
Leon's station. They leaped m time to
save their li\es. the car was wrecked
and the safe ditched. The train men
returned the safe to its owner.
Death of a Gettysburg Editor.
GETTYSBURG. Pa., Jan. 27.—David
A. Buehler, editor of the St ir un<l Sen
tinel. died at his residence in this place
at 12 15 to-day, of typhoid fever, aged
GO years. lie was a native of Adams
county and one of its most prominent
citizens. lie was president of the board
of trustees of Pennsylvania College at
Gettysburg, a director of the theologi
cal seminary here and president of the
Gettysluiig battle field uiemoiial associ
ation. Six children, three sons and
three daughters, survive him.
He Mortgaged His Sons.
DES MOINES, lowa, Jan. 23.—Gov.
Larrabee has granted papers for the ex
tradition of John Stehr, from lowa to
Kansas. Stehr, whose name is pro
nounced "Steer,'' borrowed several
hundred dollars from a Washington
Kansas money lender, giving a mort
gage upon five white steers, which lie
professed to have on his farm. At the
expiration of the stipulated time, the
money-lender demanded the steers,only
to find that the mortgage covered five
Her Temperance Folicy Praised.
ALEXANDRIA, Va., Jan. 27 —At the
annual meeting of the Women's Chris
tian Temperance Union of Virginia in
this city, the following resolution was
"That our heartfelt thanks are here
by tendered to Mrs. Frances Cleveland
for the position she has taken in the
chief social circle of the nation as a to
tal abstainer from all intoxicating
drinks, and we pray God's blessing on
her young life and 011 her home, believ
ing that history will applaud her ac
tion, as all sincere minds must even
povy approve her motives."
A Bridegroom of 85 and a Biide
DEEHFIKLD, Pa., Jan. 28.— Andrew
Craig, aged 80, and Mrs. Mary Martin,
aged 83, were married near here. They
are both rich. Mis. Martin lias been a
widow a year only,and has no children.
Craig was a bachelor. A large party
assembled at the bride's farm, where
the wedding ceremony was performed,
I and the festivities were kept up until
after midnight, the married couple be
ing ao gay and lively as any of their
guests. The bj'jde's mother died 111
Connecticut in JBBP, aged 10J years.
The bridegroom's father was 96 when
he died, and was married twice after
he was seventy-five,
Deafness Can be Cured.
Deafness is caused usuallj by an inflamed
condition of the mucus surface of tlie Eustach
ian Tube. This Tube is Ihe channel of commu
df.c#ioq Ifetwcen the tympaiu'iim and the up
per part of the pharynx TiVouber. ab.uuld this
Tube become inflamed and r*lo-ed up, Deafnesg
is the result. If it Is only partially closed, you
have a rumbling sound or an imperfect hear
ing. There are two great causes for tills; one
is from taking n severe cold and the other from
an Impure omdPihn the blood, the conse
quence is that this tube has iiie Catarrh. Ua-.-
tarrh being nothing but an inflamed condition
pf the mucus surface. Hall's Catarrh Cure is
tukjeo intcpually n r nd acts directly upon the
blood and lupous of ..ysfuiq. \y>
otter one hundred dollars reward for any case
of deafness [caused by Catarrh] or a case of
flatAn j) that can not be cured with Hall's Ca
P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
JKJfSold by Druggists, 75 cts.
for Infants and Children.
"Caatorln is so well adapted to children that I Ciistorla cures Colic, CGMtlpntlon,
[ recommend jt ud superior to niiy prescription I S° ur Stomach, I>lnrrh<rn, Eructation,
known to me." U. A. ABCT.BR, M. 1)., | dwe P' auJ P l ' umoto ° <U *
111 80. Oxford St., Lrooklyu, N. Y. | Without injurious medication.
TUB CBNTAUU COSU'ANY, 182 Fulton Street. N. Y.
War Against Detective Agencies.
CHICAGO, Jan. US.— Tlio Knights of
Labor have dec la ret I war upon the l'iu
kertons and other detective agencies
which make it a business to furnish
armed patrolmen for service in labor
troubles, and within the next thirty
days bills prohibiting t lie importation
of I'mkeiton detectives and making it
a penal offence for any employe of sueli
agency to exercise authority as an olli
cer of the law. will be introduced in
nearly every state legislature which is
now 111 session in this country. Meas
ures of the kind will be introduced in
the legislatures of Wisconsin. Indiana,
Pennsylvania and Illinois in the course
of the next two weeks, and those re
sponsible for tiie movement say that
even should they fail in some states,
they are confident of giving the system
a severe set back.
At the headquarters of the Pinker
tons in this city, ihe movements of the
various legislatures have occasioned
considerable uneasiness. Col. \V. A.
Pinkerton, however, declined to discuss
the question more than to say that he
will abide by whatever bills may be
come law. "If tlie law sustains me I
will sustain it," he says. The move
ment originated among the knights of
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.Mill tic i HI Market.
Corrected every Wednesday.
By Grenoble. Badges & Co., Coburn, Pa.
Corn -1 '—l'
Flour, Under L4<>
Salt,ier barrel L4t
Cement, per bushel
Beef .. ..
Coal per ton Chestnut $4.75
" •• Small Stove 5.2.>
" Nut 5.00
" Pea 3.25
" " Soft g> utcd '-.75
LEGAL ADVEfi TISEMEMS.
\I)MINT-TUATOU S NOTICE.—The undeL -
si nod having been granted letter- ot
administration on the estate ot Punlius Mover,
late ot llaines township, doe'd. requests al!
persons knowing themselves indebted to said
estate to make immediate payment und those
having claims ngain-t t lie same to present them
duly authenticated tor sctikinent oii the lotti
day of February, lss7, ; ,t tH- residence ot
THOMAS W. HOSTKUMAN.
ORPHANS' COORT SAI.K —Tin- under-lgn
ei, administiator of the estate o! Sarah
K. Bright, late of the Borough of Miliia-iin. de
ceased, will sell at public sale on SATI'IfPAV,
FKBBUABY P.'th, Iss7. on the premises in the
boro' of Millheim, aforesaid, the following val
uable real estate:
That certain lot situate on MainStroct.bound,
ed on tlie north by Main street, on the east tu
ba of Mrs. Sarah Harler. on t lie south by alley
and on the west by Water street and numbered
on the general plan of said town as lot No. til.
Thereon erected a
TWO STOKY BIHCK lIWKI.I.ISO Hot SK. I.ARUK
and all necessary outbuildings. A good cistern
at the door. This is a very desirable property.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock p. in., when
terms w ill lie made known by W. 1.. BOHIIIT,
1 EXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Letter* testa men
j tary on the estate of ScliastianMusscr.late ]
of Penn townshin.deceased, having been grant
ed to the undersigned, all persons knowing
themselves indebt l to siid estate are request
ed to make immediate payment, nud those
having claims against the same to present
them duly proven for settlement
WM.' MI'SX | EXECI,TOR S
T7.XKGUTORS' NOTICE.—The undersigned,
*j having been granted letters testamen
tary upon the estate of Oavid Wolfe, late of
Wolfe's Store, deceased, request all persons
knowing themselves indebt to said estate to
make immediate payments and those having
claims against the same to present them duly
authenticated for settlement.
W. H.COUMAN, t Executors
REUBEN KREAMER, J Lxocuto,s -
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE.-Tlie Ullder
wjgned having bfjen granted letters (if ad?
ministration oil tin* estate of Henry Vonada,
defeased. late of Haines tow pship. hereby re
quest all persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to said estate to make Immediate payment
and tnose hav ng claims against the same to
present them legally at thenticated for imme
T.' K. VONADA,' \ Administrator.
Woodward, Centre Co., Pa. 1-Ct
UltftMWlftohemade. Cut this out
-tftfhßlWfta Wand return to us, ami we
Swß R H Ehl flf will send you free, some?
C ||,j„g of great value and
importance to ypu. t|iut will start you in InisL
ness which will bring you iu more money right
it way than anything else'in this world. Any
one can do the work and live at home. Either
sex ; all ages. Something new, that just coins
toouev for ail wtiikeio. will starf >"MU i CjtP
ital not needed. This is one of tlio genuine, im
portant chances of a lifetime. Those who are
ambitious and enterprising will not delay.
Grand outllt free. Address TRUE & Co., Angus
SIOO A WEEK.
Ladies or gentlemen desiring pleasant profit
able employment wiiteat once. We want you
to handle an article ot domestic use that ni:co-
MKNDS ITSKLF to everyone at sight. STAPLE
\'A FLOUR, Sells like hot cakes. Profits IftjQ
|/0r efpt. Pain(ijes wishing to tout/pii t iicoyu
MY sljould forthfjrow'n benefit wrjlt; for par
ticulars. y.s d every day the year round in
pvpry lUH|sohold. Price wUlijn reach of all.
Pjroijlahi free. Age nts vee.eiveßA.MPLE FREE
Address IMMI LSTK' IFU CO.. MARION,
hfc 9 R C; vn live at home, and make more
W B 8 3 Hmoney at work for us, than at any-
H If Utiling elsu in tliis world. Capital
not needed ; you are started tree.
Both Sexes* all ages. Any one can do the work.
Costly outllt and terms flee. Bettor not dtslay.
Cystj \oii nothing to send lis your address and
find out; if you are wise you will do so at once.
I? 1 171! 1766 H* causes, and a new and
Q H liillsuccessful CUKK at your
eLa pvyn home. by cup who \yus deal twenty
eight years. Treated oy most of the noted
specialists without benelit. Cured himself in
three months, and since then hundreds of
others. Full particulars sent on application
T.S.PAGE.No. 11 West 31st St., New York City.
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lilt li, JMiun, 5-it
ELTS CREAM BALM
7s not a liquid, nuff or poirdtr. Applied
into nostrils it quickly absorbed. Jt cleanses
the had. Allays inflammation. Jlealsthe
sores. Restores the s< nses of taste and smell.
50 coifs ut by mail,, retji&Uved, CO cents.
ELY BROTHERS, i>ruggls(,Owcgo,XY.
ILLUSTRATIVE Sample FREE.
| A Great Me li -al Work on Manhood, Nervous and
, Physlcr.l Pebi'itv, Pr era-.tore Dc-c'.ino in Man,
> Eihaai-tc l Vitality, Ac., Ac., and thr untold mis
cries resulting from in ll cretion or excesses; 300
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i tains mora t '.;.:: 1-'3 inva!nabla jirescripiioiip, cm
! bracing cv.r/ •t:,'.'.e remedy in the pharma
copofia f r r.ii r. :.; 1 chronic diseases. It is
exnp'mi: ally :. 1 • K . r every man. Price only $1
' by nin'l, i• - t paid, con ruled In j lain wrapper,
i ILi.l STKATIYC S V.IIPI.K FREE T< ALL
' Young aid ra!del>agcd men for tho next ninety
d.iy... !> :: 1 is-: v, < r cut this as von may never
roc it a -Ln. A ! !re i Dr. W. U. PARKER, 4 Bui
inc'i str -t, P f >n, Mn a .
3ENS(g^ s ]
Winter Exposure Causes Coughs.
1 Colds, Pleurisy, Rheumatism, Pneumonia,
Neuralgia. Sei.itica. Lumbago, Backache and
<>tlier ailments. ior which Benson's Caprine
Plasters are admitted to tie the best remedy
known. They relieve and cure iu a few hours
when no other application isof the least benefit.
Endorsed by 5,000 Physicians and DruggUts.
Beware of imitations under simiilar sounding
names, such as "capsicum,•' "Capsloin," "Cap
sieine." Ask for Benson's and take no others.
Examine carefully when you buy. All drug
gists. SEABUUV & JOHNSON.
I 5 It Proprietors, Now York.
Tft fii3 fa on Limes River Va., iu
Sk si Btfi Flarc.no,l Colony. 11-
I B 11*1 lustratedcircular tree- J.
F. MANc'HA, Clareniont.
i A RF
3 OsctfTTS beautiful K
i/uv/J.taii ■ W ].ECI'KIC CORSETS,
BRUSHKs, BELTS, Etc. N > risk, quick sales.
Territory given, satisfaction guaranteed.
Dr. dCOTT, 841 Broadway, N. Y.
Durham Bros. & Co,,
We wish to call the attention of the Public
to the fact that we have in stock a full line of
FA LL J' WINTER DRY GOODS.
Our LADIES' SKIRTING can't tie beat. La
dles'. Goats' & Children's UNDERWEAR,
TRIMMING SILKS & SATINS,
VELVETS & VELVETEENS,
Frinqes, Embroideries, Lace, Ribbons,
Hosiery, Wool Roods, Jerseys,Goss
diners, Flannel Shirts, Knii
Jackets, Yarns, Shawls,
Skirts and Blankets,
Hats & Caps,
Boots & Shoes,
Groceries, Queenmcare, Glassware, Wall
Paper, Hardware, Ac., Ac., etc., all
of which we will sell at ROCK
BOTTOM PRICES for
-HIGHEST MARKET PRICES PAID FOR-
We also buy Rides.
Flease remember the place,
DURHAM BROS. & CO.,
at S. Grennitfger'a old Stand,
We are now prepared to furnish all classes
with employment at home, the whole of the
tiaie, or for their spare moments. Business
new, light and pro.lltaUle, Persons of either
sex easily earn from 50 cents to #5,00 per even
ing, and a proportional sum by devoting ah
the;r time fo the business. Boys and girls
earn nearly as much as men. That all who see
this may send their address, and test the busi
ness. we make this offer. To such as are not
well satisfied we will send one dollar to pay for
the trouble of writing. Full particulars and
I outfit free. Address GEOUOK STINSON & Co.,
MTJBSER & ALEXANDER, Proprietors.
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FINEST MATERIAL, BEST WORKMANSHIP, LOWEST PRICES.
Call on us at our shopa, eaat of bridge, Main Bt., MiUhelm, Pa. Correapoodenco reapectfully solicited
SOLD AT A SACRIFICE!
The Holiday* are pa*!, hut a hit of holiday goods remain on our hand*,
and we will sell the*e good* at a
What ice wish to say to our customer* is this : That we are going to
sell cheaper than ever before'.
First —Because this is a dull season in general. But we are going
to make it lively by selling goods way down and selling much.
SeCOlld —Because we have a big supply of winter goods on hand,
that must be sold in order to make room for a spring stock.
Third —Because we can afford I tetter to sell winter goods cheap than
carry them over the saason.
Fourth — Because we have the "Swing" and are bound to keep it.
We have anything frum a needle to a hogshead of molasses—a good
Sewing Machine or a house and lot.
D. S. KAUFFMAN & CO.,
:MLAJ3ST ST., JMriLLIIErkt, PA.
J. R. SMITH & CO.,
Nos. 220, 222 & 224 Front Street,
MILTON, IPJL. 3
The Largest House Furnishing Emporium in
THE PLACE TO GET A SQUARE DEAL AND THE BEST BARGAINS.
T7^TTT>XTT'PTTT? FOR PARLOR, SALOON. DINING ROOM/OFFICE.
X: u lixN lIL JL\ Hi COUNTING HOUSE AND KITCHEN.
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Come ami Visit a Pleasant Home, Artistically, Tastily and Comfortably Furnished.
On the Second Floor we have
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—and thoroughly equipped to show our goods and liow to arrange yourjhome pleasantly,—
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS of all Ms and the LATESTSSHEET MUSIC.
We sell the following celebrated Pianos:
CHICKEKING, KNABE, WEBEK, BIEKK BROS., GUILD, VOSE AND
A better Tlano sold here at a lower price than any house in the state. We have no rent and have
supervision of our own business. All the PIPE AND CABINET ORGANS. Everything
at bottom prices. A postal card to us may save you 25 per cent.
CARPETS * TO * SUIT ALL.
AXMINSTLR, VELVETS, BODY BRUSSELS, INGRAINS RAGS,
AR2 SQUARES, RUGS, MATS, MATTING, STOVE AND
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
The Finest Assortment of
Silverware, China, Glass and Stoneware, I.amps, Chandeliers aft Brie-a-Brac
overseen. Cur Curtain ami Upholstering Department is not surpassed in the cities. Hotel
Churches ami Private Residences Furnished at short notice and at low rates.
Our immense Building is literally packed with goods from attic to cellar. We are enabled to sell
the lowest because we sell the most. Everybody visits us and thinks our house a
marvel. The handsomest Side-Boards. Escritoires, Chitronieres. Writing
Desks, Hall Racks, Slate and Marble Mantels in the land.
Busy all the time. Every Bid a Sale