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THURSDAY, JAN I; ART 8. 1880.
n. o. I>EIMXI:K, ... KUITOR.
R. A. BUMILLKR, - - ASSISTANT EDITOR.
—Job work of all kinds done at the
JOURNAL Office at prices as cheap as
A tine ladies kid glove was found and
left nt the Journal O.lice. The owner
will please call for it.
—A splendid private residence with
the good will of a medical prnct'ce for
sale. For particulars apply at this of
—The papers say that the days are
getting longer but th.it is not true.
The cloudy, gloomy weather t ikes oIT
a piece at each end, and this makes
—Mr. Israel Confer broke ground the
other day for a new house on Penn
street. This makes two new houses to
be built next summer. Hope the num
ber may yet be increased. Go in, yo
that are houseless.
—That dreadful scourge, dipthcria,
seems to lie gaining a lodgement in the.
"lower valley" neighborhood, that is
below Aaronsburg. Two little girls,
daughters of John Zeigleraiul Kmanucl
Musser, died ot it in the beginning of
—We had a very friendly letter from
Rev. C. 11. Reiter, the other day. Mr.
R. and family now reside at James
Creek, Uuntindon county, ivhore he
serves congregations, and we conclude
from tin-general tenor of the letter that
they art' getting along right well.
—ln a private letter from Prof. Jos.
11. Fee'irer he informs us that he is en
gaged in teaching singing schools in
and around Seliiisgrove and that he
meets with much success in this line.
Glad to hear it. Prof. F. has many
warm friends here. Hope he will take
it into his head to show himself around
here again before long.
—The five cent counter was again
fully replenished the other d ly. Coiue
along now. just as fast as you can walk
trot or run, for your dippers, gravj la
dles, sad iron stands, coffee pot stands,
tops, drillers , cake dishes, and number
less other articles of use and beauty.
—Miss Josephine K infTm.iu's Ger
man scnool opened on Tuesday evening
with some 15 to IS pupils. Miss IC. is
a lady of superior accomplishments and
we are glad that so many of our young
folks are disposed to improve this ex
cellent opportunity to learn German,
llope the school may he entirely suc
—The FIVE CENT COUNTER will be
kept up and replenished from time to
time, notwithstanding the holidays are
over. Many of the articles sold are so
popular and so cheap tiiat the commu
nity would very much miss its five cent
counter, if the machine were stopped.
We mean to keep it a-going, frienus
u and don't youj'oryd it."
—The Evangelical 8. S. Festival on
New Year's evening, passed off to the
entire satisfaction of all concerned, ex
cepting that the conduct of the audi
ence in the fear of the church was not
quite what it should have been. We
had barely time to go down before the
exercises commenced, to see the deco
rations, and those were tine indeed
Over 200 presents were distributed—a
larger number than were ever before
given out on any similar occasion.
—Mr. B. P. Kleppor, of Booiieville,
was around and about here, more or
less , for several days last passed. Well
guess he has a right to be. Ben is about
as good looking as any man in tlie.se
diggings—clever—a good Lutheran
said to be an o<ll fellow —give poor lit-
tie us a solid silver dollar; but on the
main question , namely what his real
business was, we can give no reliable
information, lladu't the brazen-faced
impudence to ask him.
—Our Methodist friends, not wishing
to be behind the other Sunday Schools
in liberality toward the childton, on
last Thursday afternoon presented each
member of the school with a package
of confectionery and other nice little
things. The Sunday School room was
tastefully decorated and everything
passed off pleasantly, lis persons ans
wered when their names were called.
—On New Year's eve our band was
out to keep up a custom as beautiful
as it is old-of ushering in the new
year with music. The band never
played better than it did ori that calm,
silent New Year's night. The beauti
ful music awakened responsive chords
of gratitude to God tor his infinite love
in years past, and no doubt drew forth
not a few prayers tor continued guid
ance and protection.
—Our old friend, Joseph Lose of Ad
amsville, Mich., writes us that they
had splendid sleighing out there over
' Christmas, and that everything is live
ly and prosperous. Come in, once u
gain, Joseph, to see how we poor fel
lows are getting along.
—Mr. William Cannon, of Tyrone,
was around here the other day to vi3it
-old friends and shake hands with new.
lie is a cannon of a little more than just
pop-gun calibre, and one shot between
the eyes by him would lay us out as
flat as a pan-cake. Wouldn't be worth
a snap to write locals after that. llow
sumdever, Villyum, call again. We
will do our level best to keep you from
getting mad while here.
—The weather is sort of variegated
this while past. Just seems like a mix
t me of the four seasons thrown togeth
er into a Poland well *invkl while boil
—Billmyer, Dill & Co., a Lewisburg
linn, luivf a contract to build It- boats.
Tiiat looks like business.
In the Ninth collection distiict o
this state, composed of the counties of
Lancaster, York, Cumberland and Per
ry, there were sold from the Ist of July
to the 31st of December, both days in
cluded, *76.299,550 cigars, yielding a
revenue tax of $457,797.30 on cigars a
WHAT IT COSTS TO KWF.AU I\
YORK.—X. 11. Iletriek, a farmer of
Xortii Codorus township, York county,
visited York last week and something
occurring to rutlle his temper, he re
lieved himself by getting rid of several
oaths. A police otlieor happening in
the vicinity arrested him and took him
before a justice. Several oaths h<> used
cost him i>7 cents each, and for using
one phrase three times he was charged
40 cents each ; total charge, $13.95.
—Mr. James Aiken, for many years
a citizen ot Lewisburg, died at the resi
dence of Mr. Jesse M. Cornelius, in
Lewisburg, on the night of IhcJlst lilt.
Mr. Aiken was well known as a teach
er, poet. elocutionist, and literary char
acter generally. lie was well known
and'inuch beloved by the people of Aa
ronsburg and vicinity, where he taught
school some 30 years ago.
"May he rest in peace.''
—Don't know, ain't sure, not at all
certain whether we could make a hand
rail, newel post and balustrade suitable
for a stairwayor not; but we do know to
a dead certainty that we couldn't make
them as neat and substantial if we tried
for live years, as those which Mr. Jona
than Ilartergot from the Xesbit Pros.,
Fast Lewisburg. llow we wish I lie
"ih'of/ors" would serve just such a
iriek on us as they did on Yoney. lint
you sec we are only a poor printer and
Yoney is—yes he is—well, we don't
care to make him blush.
—TIME IS MONEY.—Just so; and
Jin order to have exact time you must
have a good time piece, whether watch
or clock. Therefore you had better
make your arrangements to attend
Frank. P. Blair's great auction sale of
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Silver Ware
and Fancy Goods, at Bellefonte, begin
ning next Monday, and to continue
every day and evening until the entire
stock is sold.
Here's a chance as you never had one
—Some valuable property is advertis
ed in this week's JOURNAL at public
sale. W. 11. Cormun, Asignee, will
offer the entire real and personal pro
perty of John W. Scholl, of Miles town
ship, at public sale, o;i Monday and
Tuesday, January 19th and 20th.
J. 11. Reifsnyder, Administrator,
will offer at public sale, Saturday, Jan
uary tlie 17th, the undivided one half of
the property occupied by John F.
Chambers—Doing the state of the late
Samuel Sivels. deceastd.
A KIND BEQUEST. It is noic (u/ain \
the season of the year ichcn people who
have system in their business, pay their 1
small debts, etniomj which is the <r "icics
jf)iij)\ r sebscrepteon. JN w i>hasc earn t
forjei us. Our (aptoses are heavy and
constant, our subscription jrriex very low
audit is absolutely nec-sserry that we
should be pel eel rcy alarey. It is tin turn
of the year, too, when otcr have many ex
traordinary expenses, preparatory for
Winter. So please don'tforyet us when
you err,ne to tenia. Just see /<"■ you can
jdeuse v.s by the payment of a few elol
AAB ONSBURQ- CHUM3S.
Communion services in the Lutheran
church Sabbath morning ami evening.
The seruion3 OP. Saturday and Sunday
evenings were preached by Ilev. W. E.
Fisher, of Centre Hall and they were
Tnere is nothing so plenty with us
just now as mud. Indoors and out it
prevails every where. Oh for a little
enterprise, just enough to furnish tis
with the most ordinary wslks that
would keep us OKt of tin? mud.
Town seems deserted again. The
ho'iday excitement (?) is over, the vis
itors nearly all gone and things are as
suming their accustomed appearance.
Mr. W. T. Cannon, of Tyrone, inado
one of his pop visits,and left, as usual,
much too soon. May his shadow never
Dr. E. J. Deshler has returned from
Baltimore, where he had gone to see
his son, who is attending Medical Col
Eyery pupil in the infant department
of the Lutheran 8. 8., received a neatly
bound Testament as a Christmas pre
sent from the school.
Mrs. John G. Kurtz, of Milton, her
two daughters and a friend spent some
days in town.
Many of our people spent New Years
evening in Millheim, attending a festi
val. Complained that HK? crowd pre
vented their enjoyment.
Some rumor that a very pleasant lit
tle widow is going to leave us. Don't
like to spare her. X. Y.
SPRING MILLS ITEMS.
Dieary days and dark nights.
Protracted meeting still in progress.
The Musical Convention in prospect
promises to be good.
Mr. Jacob Frederick had the misfor
tune to freeze his feet.
Capt. J. MeC'ool lost a very valuable
horse the other day.
Mr. Ed. Tvvitmyer is again back to
school. Bight, Edward.
By appearance the "Bee Ilive" of
Penns Valley is at I. J. Grenoble's
since the "Cash or its equivalent" sys
tem has been introduced. Just what is
needed now throughout the valley.
i The Riot Claims against Alle
gheny County to be
[• PITTSBURG, Dec. lis.—The indica
tions are that Al'egheny county will be
able to effect a very satisfactory com
promise on the railro id liot losses. A
consultation was had yesterday morn
ing between representatives of the
j Pennsylvania railroad company, the
' county authorities, and a number of
prominent citizens. The meeting was
a private one, but it. is understood that
the railroad company scaled down their
claims very considerably, representa
tives of private claimants intimated
that they had similar propositions to
offer. It is probable tli.it < public
meeting will be held at ati early day,
when the propositions will bo fully dis
cussed and recommended for adoption.
; It is thought that the entire claims can
; be reduced one-third or probably one
Tho King of Spain Shot, at
An Attempt to Shoot. Hi-a While
Driving with thoQaeon.
MADRID, Dec. 30.—As the Kmg and
Queen of Spain were driving through
j the gate of the ltoyal Palace this eve
: ning a young man, dressed as a work
! man, fired a shot from a pistol at tlie
1 royal carriage, but his aim was had and
nobody was hurt. The ball has s'uee
I been found, and weighs one ounce. It
passed close to the head of one of the
j royal footmen. King Alfonso was dri
ving at tho time. The would bo assas
j sin was immediately arrested, and he
has confessed his crime. Ilis n imo is
| Gonzales and his age nineteen years.
I He is a waiter by occupation and a n;i•
| tive of Galicia.
| The Di'irio Esp'tnol say: "Two shots
j were fired at the royal carriage, tho
i second passing quite close to the
Queen's face. The weapon Used was a
double barreled pistol. The di; 1 >mat
ic body have gone tocp.il ic? to congrat
ulate their Majesties up m their es
The attempt excites general indigna- '
tion in Madrid. It is believed that i
Gonzales lW*il accomplices, and throe |
persons have been arrested on suspi
cion. Gonzales has been living in
Mae i id for some time.
King Alfonso attended the opera at J
KILLED BV A METEOR.—As David j
Meisentbaler, the well-known stock- |
man of Whitestone township, was dri- '
ving liis cows to the barn about day- .
light one morning recciuly, he was
struck by an aerolite and instantly i
killed. It appears as though the mete- j
or had come from a direction a little
west of smith ami fell obliquely at an
angle of about sixty degrees, for it first j
passed through a tall maple tiv. cut- j
ting the limbs as clean as if it bad been
a cannon ball, ami then struck him ap
parently on or under the shoulder,
passing him obliquely from be-low the
right shoulder to above the left hip and
buried itself about two feet in the soft
black ground. The poor man's iegs i
and head were uninjured, bi.t the great
er part of his body seems to have been
crushed into tho earth beneath the ter
rific aerolite, which is about the size of ,
a common patent bucket and apparent
ly of a round shape. It appears to he
formed of wli.it is called iron pyrites.
We do not remember of ever before;
this 'earning of any one having been
killed by a meteor; but when at court
three weeks ago, while m conversation
with Richard Sanders of I'erry town
ship, lie told us that some years ago
when he lived in Chapman township,
not far trorn the river, he started one ,
morning before day on some business I
down by the river; a ul when descend
ing a hill in the road towards a stream
of water an object of some kind in
stantly and with great velocity passed
close by his head and apparently lodged
in the stream of water. All ho could
see of it was the momentary Hash of
light it emitted in its flight ; but he felt
a strange sensation as it passed. Xo
doubt it was an aerolite, and if it had
hit hirn that would have been the last
of Mr. Sanders.— Lucyrus (O.) Journal.
A DRUNKEN MAX FATALLY STABS
HIS WIFE AND THEN ATTEMPTS SUI
CIDE.—Easton, Pa., Dec. 1. John
Burns, while intoxicated, last night, at,
south Easton, stabbed his wife while ;
she was lying asleep in bed. She is not j
expected to recover. Burns afterwards !
made an unsuccessful attempt to com- ;
niit suicide, lie has been arrested.
Blair county must be a good hunting ;
country. On Thursday last Solomon
Boone shot a panther measuring eleven •
feet ten inches and a half from the end I
of the nose to the tip of the tail, and on j
Friday Win. Vv'right shot a fine black !
bear weighing a trifle oyer 200 pounds, j
There is a boy living at Bendersville, ;
Adams county, 12 years of age, who j
eats regularly five times a day and is j
said to weigh 170 pounds.
MURDERED BY IIEU SCHOOLMATES.
—Two girls, each about fifteen years of
age, daughters of wealthy parents, were
expelled from a country school near
Centreville, Ind., two weeks ago, for
badly treating a schoolmate of the same
age, named Kates. While the latter
was going home l'rom school, they as
saulted her, one of them I. locking her
down with a base ball club, ihe othei
jumping upon her and breaking her
ribs. The unfortunate girl died soon
after reaching home, but her mother,
in consideration, it is said, of a bribe of
SB,OOO from the parents of the murder
ers, kept the matter secret. The crime
lias bTcu divulged by children who wit
nessed the assault.
Luther's wedding l ing is on cxhibi.
tion ;it the jeweller's, llorr Itothe, nt
Dusseldorf. The ring, which bears the
inscription, u Dr. Murtino Luthero
Cuthcrma von Horn, 13. dune, 152-V' is
a work of considerable art. On it is
represented the Passion ot our Lord,
the cross and the body of Jesus forming
the middle, surrounded by nil the e.hiot
tools of the carpenter's craft, a small
ruby recalling the holy blood.
JANUARY JVUY I.IST. -Tlio jurors drawn fur
llio tt'i'iu ot court commencing January Ciitli,
<; IS \N !> JURORS.
William p >tts, Union J uumorvlUr. S Shoe
Vlex. Miller, Spring .los Armstrong. ! otter
.tos (; Parson. Potior Plias It sli ttl.-r, Harris
F M I't-licr, l 111011 Scntt Williams. Union
V n Potter. PMlipshurc Kolrt nie.rlj. B.iugs
Win White. UuriiMile Men W Mover. Haloes
1! ttolter. How aril hnro.las S K r:|r'. I'cruiison
W IS Noll, Spring ('otiran latsh, oalker
DC Gent."oil, ivnn . Si- spring
i U D Uetrly. Miles .1 .eoh Keone Penil
It S hidings, Union A Watson, Philiiisburjc
W II Kreanier. Miles Si Kline, Howard bolo
| TUAVFRsK ,11 ROUS— FIRST W KKK.
' I FKrelis. Ferguson .1 C Knnklii. Snow Shoo
! Dav M Henrv. Potter luek Fet/ar, Hoggs
Sam M Winter. Miles I'M 1 ys-ni, l.e leloiit
i ti C'opeuliaver, Taylor B It l*Js", Miiesburg
i .I . >liii r l.ee. Pott -r [Cameron lloak. s. shoe
Harrison Kline, SjirinWillWm Mtisscr. loiter
('ons'eeCtirtln. Ito jgs HA Minau'. Haines
Uolni Carlo iek. Spring A.I I'lnuiipson. Uallin n
Hen Kekenrotb.S|iriiift Km'l Peters, rergnson
,Ins Aml rv. Sr. Worth Hun U M .lone, Hoggs
John Hotter. Bellefoiite A<l Ki murine, I otter
: Samuel liar Gicg Austin swieher.Hu>loii
I ThomC llouf/, Coib'ue Patrick Holloa. Uush
Thorn ltecbUol, S. Shoe I' 11 I Moil, Woith
Jon Snuiieier, Miles Jtolt 1 (lnunst' , n, lat toil
It Thompson, Huston Win tote. Ha t
Win It Uiiigrv, Worth W siialhraitli Belief tt
Jane's sua,t.i,i. Potter Davis l.v.ins, 1 otter
U,l Haves, snow Shoe lli /.ekiah Hy, Benin l
s It Priimle, T..\ lor •' \ ledeffer.
John P D 'hass, ( urtill Win Wiser.
sani Brngger. I'nionv'e h W crhler, Ih out
II Simler, PlnliiiMuirst L \ Lyman, I ' 'lUs g
1 si*l Kanllnian. Spring •' Kckeiiroth. Sprin,
TU V \ KltSI 1 .1 ftOnS —SKCDND W KKK.
Wm .VUlon, I'of.r
w illiain Ishier. Potter found tu county 1
Sam Cilliiaml. t allege John Hov.
T Bollinger, I crimson John Liulwi„. ( M|' r.e
John H Mu-ser, Haines 1 Imni , .i,,^
Win H Colieen, Potter <•'> KeMei, nanus
Satnu '1 Hoover, T;i* lor Pre,l ?,layer. t>regg
J B ( urt in. ltoggs M m Bun:, G'J l!,
Jacob Mu-e, Poller Kh.lah Bu.il, Hat > l *
Hugh Adams Huston Mieli (oi inan. 1-ilh it>
I. A Shatter. Walker ' red I.iinbcrt. Haines
K Montgomery. Belle'te .1 C !';"dersoii ; Huston
J New .lla'l. Howard t| Benj liuek. Halfinooii
Thorn s tangle. Liberty C U } ''iriek. Ma Hon
t'lias Reese, s;u\v shoe < 1 G.iib.u i\, B ' t
Wm r.aird. Mil- Mun ; Jos V MitehMt.t ol.ege
J K iiost-rman. Miles Win "e.v, Bi 11.-toiito
lletirv Kt T>, College I* H ft'liner, Bell-foutc
'l itAVKBSi: JUROKS-TIUIU) WKKK.
Jlt Hoilen. Mileibin' g 11 O Bower, llaines
John A Haines, tire-.vg HI nr Alexander. I nion
<; W Weaver. >. Shoe B liamherger. Hallin u
John From, Spring (' U Kephait, l'attoii
John s Hov, Marion S Crh in ill. Philip o g
J II Crllltn. Halfinooii William From. Bo ter
Jos Heehdol. I.l'K'rtv .lohnsoiit n I leu, Kus'i
J,.< Kekk'\. Snow Sho • Thim If irrison. Spring
A K Cobb.e, (Sregg H I. Harnhart, Hoggs
T It Be> nobis. BeileFte John I. l'lnk. Taylor
Sam Showers, Walker Sam eariek, II dues
It I .urns. How aad baro William S .•smith, lean
I) It Deb in g, Curtin Alli-'-i Hoy, 1 eigusou
John Tavi< r,Creeg Fred Jamison, (c'cgg
John Hamilton, ttreggC \s Kuuibm'ger.i alto.i
John Miller. Walker Peter ltrmu, Potc r
Ftl Holt, Snow shoo ll> Dsinau. Potior
.1 C MARTIN, KU-H HUMI
On the 31th n't., in Haines township, Mrs.
Elizabeth Snyd -r, widow of Oeorge Snyder. do
ce.is<*d, atred 71 years. mouths and days.
On the7t!i Inst., in M.llhoim, Thomas K., in*
ant son oti'ii 's ('/and .-.u'.ta Suiltn, as''tl 1
year and 1 month.
0 every Wednesday by Oephart
Wheat No. 1 ' I,'
Wheat No. i
tt.v* : !>:
Oats \\ hlw •
liuek wheat „
Ilian A-• ■iitM-M nn
Salt. per - -
blaster, ground '
Cement, iter liu*hel So - 1 "
Dried Cherries.. •••••
COAL M AKKLf;
>tove " ' •' i.'
Chestnut'• ;J • '
Deininger & Muster
This ol I an 1 popular establishment
is prepared-to do all work in
their line in a style equal
to any in Central
|. at prices
that defy competition.
of all sizes styles and prices made
on short notice.
The proprietors hope, by
io merit the continued confidence of
their friends and patrons, and
i f tho publicjat large.
S.hops east of Bridge,
"BEE HIVE" STOEE.
Allegheny St., BIHiLEFCNTE, Penna.
HEADQUAHTES FOR DRY GOODS
,II HIE M;i: in, I: V,: i:x, i.iso L:i.V ITOIII:.
I am oliViing the LAIUJEST, BEST and CHEAPEST STOCK of Dry Goodwin Centre County.
PRICE LIST FOR THIS WEEK : I
Dress Goods from
SIV MOTTO is: Cashmeres all*colors,yard wide 25 cents'per yard AI.L JI Y GOOD
Black Cashmeres, all wool, 40 inches wide--50cents " "
Silks, all colors 50 cents " "
' |Hw I'RK'E," 1 Cantor, flannel C cents " " ARK MARKED
Crash for towels, 5 cents " • "
Table linen, all linen 21 cents *' "
"Tin; VKI.'V Low KST" Carjiet from 15 cents" IN PLAIN
Chilereii's hose, extra bargains 5 cents " pair
Felt skirts 39 cents each
A\l> NO Children's knit hoods 25 cents each FIGURES.
SPECIAL ItAKO AINS IN LADIES (OATS.
, Coats for
MISREPRESENTATION j V° :, P'V'V VI f.l?
< oats, fair quality l.iri
(kiats, KMUI quality ; 2 1 •
( oats, extra good quality 2.10
AND i Fcti. LINI: of P.Krrcr: OKADKS. Hoping to roceivw an early call, I remain Respect fully yours, y JT*
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IypLLHEIM BANKING CO.,
Millbeini, Centre Co., I'a.
A. Walter, C.ishr. David Krape, Pres.
6 V - BOWER,
ATTOHNXVS AT LAW,
OFFICE IN OARMAN S NEW lU ILDINO.
Joii.y Jf* Lzyy*
OFFICE ON ALLEGHANY STREET.
J. H. MEYERS,
M'KCIAL RATES TO FAMILIES, PERMA
NENT HOARDERS AND PER
ROTH LANGUAGES SPOKEN AT OUR
DAV. Si avtlOW tb,
Manufacturer an d Dealer in
TINWARE, STOVEPIPE AYD
THFiHUSW . SOII flMi &
♦ -♦ - •
Would respectfully Inform the public thnt lie
keeps on hand or makes to order all kinds of
TINtVAUE, STOVE-KJXTI'KES, I J'.L IT CANP. CtC.
A SPECIALITY. -S
Fruit cans always on hand. Repairing done
at short notice. Having some ten years experi
ence in the business lie flatters kin self that his
work is fully equal to any in this section of the
country. A share of the public patronage ts re
•qmetully solicited. Miop sie*t (Inn- to
Jouriml Diaik stdrr, >liJlhetn,
OY=:H]2;TIISrO ! !
MRS. AWA !H. WEAVER
has just received her Ikill and Winter Stock ot
MILLINERY GOODS consisting of ,
French bonnets, Round Hats, French
Flowers, Feathers, Ribbon and all kinds
of FANCY GOODS.
In ail its Brandies
S P E C I A L I TY.
She invites her many friends and customer to
<ntll at her place of business, in Pcnn Street, hi
Ms Oii s $
Kcpairing done on short notice.
Engraving a speciality,
at llie Milll'.eim Jewelry Store, one door east of
Eiseiihuth's Drug Store. Main Street,
51JLLHEIM, PENNA. "
P. RKI'ifART il. A. lIISSKK
GEPHART I MUSSER
1KA1 I'HS IN
Foil 1 ,
Highest market price paid for all hinds of
Delivered either at the BRSCK MILL or at the
old MUSSKK MILL, iu MILI.HKIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT j
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy I
A share of the public patronage resrcctfullv
cs ►Sash.jpS Yellow Dine
W I n (1 o \vbol Flooring con-1
F stantly kept
and Mould- 011 b all l k
inirs. made to Erg With thanks
order onlp t for past fa
sbort vors he solic
best ossil'lei<J uenec ol tlicj
manner. | same. |
G. "WL STTTK.C3-IS,
ONE DOOR EAST OF THE BANNER STORE, MARKET STREET,
' Firct CIPVSS Goods, Good, Kono3t Work and Moderate .'*3 .
Prices— is the Combination to be found at Mr. Sturgia'
Establishment. Patronage from Centre Co. respoctfully •
solicited. None but the beet workraon employed.
TO THE READERS
1 would like to call voifr attention
to my very Jai ue stck of
iPHFI'S, SHOES A\D HIBKERS,
which I am selling OHEAI'FB than
any other house jn Clinton or Cen
i tre counties. The
ELMIRA KIP BOOT
double Holes and Tap. only
i This is the best oargain I ever of
fered. They are selling everywhere
Don't forget the place
No. 115, Main Street,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
I erij\Ulcspectfully Yours,
T\E D H. MINGLE,
PHYSICIAN" & SURGEON,
Main Street, Millhcim, Pa
I A • HARTER,
Kebcrsluirg, p ;l>
I TJOM C* L'AIIAXTKJ*: ] Jgji
| Breech-Loading Shot Gun
Ram" N klidc one side.
A Gnn to st.ind ihc trrar and tear, and not pet shak/
or out of order. I'rlwt, from 950.00 upwards.
iS-nd ataiu? for Circular to
AMERICAN ARMS CO.
10J M.lk Street, Boston, Mass.
PBWSYLTAHA RAIL ROAD.
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Div.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
On and after St'NDAY, Nov. 9th. 1879, the
trains on the Philadelphia & Erie ltiiilroa.il Di
vision will run as follows :
ERIK M All. leaves Philadelphia 11 55 p. m.
•' llavrisbnrg 4 25a. in.
" Wiiliains'Hjrt 8 35a. in.
44 dors y Shore 907 a.m.
44 Look Haven- 94Ja.ni.
44 44 Kenovo 11 (K) a Jit
nrr. at Erie 7 55 p. m.
; NIAGARA KXP. .leaves IMitladelphia 8 00a.m.
• 4 Harrishurg 11 25 a. tn.
arr.at WilJiainsport 2 25p.m.
Lock li^ven. 350 p. m.
PAST LINK leaves Philadelphia M sji. in.
IJarrGburg 8 &5 p. n.
arr. at Wlßi.inisport 7 23 p. in.
*• Lock Htt\en 840 p.m.
| PAOIFK' EXP. loaves Uck Haven.. 7 00 a. tn.
Jersey Shore.. 783 a in.
• 4 Wllliaui-sport. slsa. m.
arr. at Harrislmrir ...12 do a. m.
44 Philadelphia. 340 p.m.
DAY EXPRESS leaves Lo. k Haven. .1120 a, in.
44 Wilhnmsport 12 10 p. m.
44 arr. at Harrisburg .. 4 It) p. in.
• 4 Philadelphia 7 20 p. in.
ERIK MAIL leaves Kenovo 8 10 p. in.
44 Lock Haven.... !!50p. in.
44 44 w (lliaißsport....ll]o p. in.
arr. at Harrisburg 2 45 a.m.
" _ 44 • Philadelphia 7.00 a.m.
EAST LINE loaves WilHaiiui|mtt....l2 35a. m.
arr. at Harrisburg 5 50 a.m.
44 44 Philadelphia .... 7 40a. m.
Erie Mail West and l>.iy Kvoress East make
close connections at Northumberland with L.
& I>. R. K. trains from Wilkesbarre and Scran
Erie Mail West. Niagara Express West and
l ast Line West make close connection at Wil
iiamspoit with N.c. li. W. trains north.
Niagara i xr-ess West and Day Express East
make close connection at Lock Haven with a.
E. V. It. li.trains.
Erie Mail Eas 1 and West connect at Erie
with trains on L. !■'. & M. S. It. it.; atOorry with
o. C. & A. V, It- 1\ :at Emporium with lL N. Y.
& P. It. K., and at •riftwood with A. V. It. R.
parlor cai-s will -un between Philadelphia
and WllUainspnrt n Niagara Express west
and Day Express Ea -t. Sleeping cars on all
WM. A. BALDWIN, General Snp't.
L. C. & S. C. RAIL ROAD.
1. 3. 8.
LEAVE A.M. r. M. T.M.
Montandon 7 up 2 00 6 2d
Lewisburg Arrive 7 15 2 Id Hon
Lewisburg Leave 7 15 2 20
Fair Ground 7 20 2 50
Ifleill 7 50 2 40
Vlcksburg 7 A3 2 48
Mililinourg Arrive 7 50 8 05
Miniiuburg Leave 7 50 315
Milimont 810 3 35
Liuiyclton S 20 3 so]
Cobufn •) Su
Arrive at Spring Mills 10 00
2. 4. 6.
LEAVE . A.M* A.M. P.M.
Spring Mills KIMO
Cotniru 10 45
Laurelton 1155 4 06
MHlmout 12 05 4 20
Miftlinbuvg Arrive 12 30 4 4!)
MRtliiibiirg Leave 12 30 45')
Vieksburg 12 45 5 06
IMehl , 1252 513
tair Ground 102 5 23
Lcwisburg Arrive j 10 5 30
Lcwisburg Leave 6 35 1 20 5 46
Arr. at Montandon 6 50 1 30 6 00
Nos. 1 & 2 connect at Montandon with Erie
Mail west on the Philadelphia & Erie Rail
Nos 3 & 4 with Day Express east ana Niagara
No.>. 5 & 6 with Fast, Line west.
An Omnibus will run lietween Lewisburjt and
Montandon, to convey passengers to and froia
Pacific Express east on the Philadelphia & Ertto
The regular Railroad Tickets will be honored
between these two points.