Millheim Journal. (Millheim, Pa.) 1876-1984, March 11, 1880, Image 3
|[lte jliUhcim Journal. THURSDAY, MARCH U, I*Bo. B. O.DEIRTFINAIK,*- . EDITOR R. A. BCMILI.KR, . - ASSISTANT EDITOR. Local Department. —The stormy March—yes, lie Is here; we all know it. —Job work of all kinds done at the JOURNAL Office at prices as cheap as the cheapest. —A full line of School books just re ceived and for sale at the JOURNAL BOOK STORE. —A splendid privalo residence with the good will of a medical practice for sale. For particulars apply at this of fice. tf. —Rachau & Co., Merchants at Far mers' Mills, have dissolved partnership. The firm is uow H. 11. Rachau, and may it be abundantly successful. —Give Lewin a call and you can save at least 25 per cent, on everything you buy there. The Philadelphia Branch Store is your place. I —A splendid line of Family and Pocket Bibles just received at the Jour nal Book Store, very cheap. Call and see. —Wm. 11. Reifsnyder offers his ser vices to the public as auctioneer. He only asks to be given a fair chance in his new business and guarantees to give satisfaction. tf. CALVES.— Tho subscriber gives uo tice that he is all the time prepared to pay the highest cash price for calves. He will come ana f£tch them at any place in Penn or Haines township, if notified. J. Willis Musser, tf. Woodward, Pa. —Don't you forget " that all goods in Lewiu's Philadelphia Branch Store, Bellefonte, are marked in plain fig ures. —Just received at the JOURNAL BOOK STORE, a full line of blank books, ledg ers, day-books, blotters, pass-books, memorandas, ets., also a new lot of S. S. reward cards. —The JOURNAL BOOK STORE sells all the school books recently adopted by the school boards of Millheim Boro', Penn, Haiues, Miles and Gregg town ships. —Lewisburg now tries to get up a soldiers' monument excitement. All right, men and brethren ; but how a bout the cotton factory project, has it died out already ? —Lock Haven is going to build an extensive furniture factory—not on pa per but on a good substantial founda tion. Work "has already been commen ced. Well what is Millheim going to do in the line of improvements V —All goods guaranteed ju*t as they are represented, or money refunded , at Lewin's Philadelphia Branch Clothing House. —The market reports give whiskey steady. That may be true but we have seen it make people Vfery unsteady. —Six millions of hats are made in Berks county every year. Ilow many are made in Centre county ? —The Central Mfg. Co., of Lewis burg, is making preparations for A big business the coming season. They manufacture about the best reaper of fered in the market. —Some eight or tteA criminal cases aie to be tried this week at Lewisburg. That is a big business in that particu lar line, for Union county. —For splendid diagonal suitings, go to the Philadelphia Branch One price clothing store, in Bellefonte, S. Lewin, Manager. —The storm that swept with such fearful rage over the country last Fri day left bis marks also in this neigh borhood, although no very heavy dam age was done. The barns of Jonathan Harter, Samuel Aid and Wm. Wirt, in , Penn township, and Samuel Lose, in Miles township were partially unroof ed. We have not heard of any other damage except a pretty general leveling ot fences. —Rev. W. C. McCool, of New Ber lin-, has received a call from the Tur botville charge, in Northumberland county. He has accepted and expects to remove into his new charge soon. Mr. McCool received a Very flattering vote —171 for him to 2 against him. Hope he may do much good in his Dew field of labor. —The Rev. Mr. Siegel preached trial sermons in the Reformed congregations of this charge on last Sabbath, giving yery general satisfaction as far as heard from. The lower Or 8t Paul's congre gation voted for him unanimously. The Aaronsburg congregation will hold their election next Sunday afternoon immediately after the closing Of the Sunday School; and the Salems oil Sun day morning, following a sermon to be delivered by Rev. D. M. Wolf. —Mijfflinburg just now seems to be the bosis temperance town in Pennsyl vania. "They havo a population of -1500, not a single licensed tavern or saloon in the whole town. The citizens have tried\ this plan for one year and are so well jkeased with it that they op pose the grafting of license to the sin gle applicant JwhO is trying for it now. Mifflinburg was a right to be proud of her high and| noble attitude in the sa cred cause of aeinporaiK'e. Public Sale Register. Jas. D. Gentzle, Administer of John Hebfzle, tract of timberland in Seven Mountain, Gregg township, March 27., 1880. Henry Corman, Miles township, Thursday, Much 18., 1880. Farm stock and Implements. Lewis Brungard, M lies township, March 12th, 18vS0. Farm stock and Im plements. Henry Dutweiler's sale ot Farm slock aud Implements will come off near Centre Mills, on Tuesday, March 16., 1880. Caroline Boyer, Aaronsburg, house hold goods, Thursday, March 11th. John Zeigler, Haines Twp., March 22nd, 1880. Farmiug Implements, &c. —For fine dress suits go to the Phila delphia Branch Clothing Store, Belle fonte, S. Lewin, Mand&er. ALLEGHANY CONFERENCE, of the U. B. Church, 'held its aunual sessiou recently at Greeusburg, Pa. The preachers for this district were station ed as follows: E AST DISTRICT—D. Speck, P. E. Altoona, M. Spangler; Tyrone, R. S. Woodward ; Ilollidaysburg, A. E. Ful ton ; Fallen Timber, J. Felix; Belle fonte and Millheim, J. M. Smith and B. J. Himiuel; Port Matilda, L. W. Stalil; Otterbeiu, W. H. Mattern; Clearfield, U. Conly; Burnside, D. Steele ; New Paris, J. E. McClay ; Ju niata, W. A. Jacksoti; Three Springs, E. A. Zeek; Shade Gap, J. F. Tall lielm ; Liverpool, J. A. Clemin; East Salem, J. Laudis; Somerset, J. 11. Per shing ; H. A. Thompson, President of Otterbeiu University ; D. D. DeLong, President of Lebanon Valley College ; George A. Funkhauser aud Geo. Keis ter, Professors in Union Biblical Sem inary ; M. P. Doyle, employed by East Pennsylvania Contereude. —For fair and square dealing, go to Lewin's Philadelphia Branch, one price clothing house, Belief on te. Report r f the Stationing Committee of the Central Penna. Confer ence of the Evangelical As sociation. JUNIATA DISTRICT. U. F. SwENOKL, P. E. 1. Pig Spring—J. F. Shultz. 2. Leesburg— H. W. Gross. 3. Hagerstoren —J. M. Longsdorf. 4. Marysville— George Joseph. 5. Xeicport and Patterson —G. E, Zeh nfer. 6. Perry —J. M. Brader. 7. Liverpool —S. W. Seibert. 8. McClurt— N. Young and E. P. Leo nard. 9. MUldkburg—C. F. Deininger and E. James. 10. Union —l. M. Pines. 11. Mtfflinburg —P. C. Weidemyer. 12. Port Treverton —J. W. Bentz. 13. Centre —S. Smith and W. 11. Hart mao. 14. Brush Valley— W. H. Sto7er. la . Juniata —L. K. Harris. B. F. Hall, member of Marysville Quarterly Conference. J. G. M. Swengel, member of Mid dleburg Quarterly Conference. —The riot bribery case came tip in the Dauphin county court on Monday, when Salter, Kemble, Crawford and Rumberger plead guilty. George F. Smith comes next. —Just as we go to press we hear of the death of Ex-Sherriff Albright, Which to place at Lewisburg on Sunday. —We have had fdr the past week or so such a full assortment of weather that every taste ought to be fully satis fied for a while, and too complaint about the weather should be heard for some time. Beautiful sunshine, copious rains, hail, storm, snow, and a mixture of nearly all of them have followed each other in rapid succession. The weather man is doing his best to suit us all. —Money sold for 301 per cetet. for permanent luan, on Monday evening, at the meeting of the B. & L. Associa tion. —Yoney D., from Centre Hall, was down Again, as usual, on Monday, to attend the meeting of the B. & L. As sociation. He didn't gCdw a bit since we last saw bim. —Jerome Spigelmyer inaugurated the flitting season on last Tuesday. He emigrated from Rebersburg to Wood ward. AAR ON SBURG CRUMBS. . A little fall of snow on Sunday—just to remind us that old Winter has not quite forgotten his duty. Mr. Warrie Bollinger, a former resi dent of our town, and a sun of Mr. Geo Bollinger, was among the depart ing ones for Kansas, last week. His name did not appear in the list. Rev. Siegel's sermon in the Reform ed church, on Sabbath, seemed to giye general satisfaction. Thieyes entered the bouse of Col. J. P. Coburn, one night last week, and rummaged very freely, without, how ever, obtaining anything. A good ma ny articles of Value wfre where they might easily have been gotten, but they seem not to have found them. Mr. Coburn thinks they were* "preachers", because they so conscientiously re frained from taking anything. Mr. Michael Fiedler was similarly visited, last week, and the thieves suc ceeded in carrying off some plunder, though not a great deal. Our Aaronsburg boys are quite in dignant over the fact that one of your little Millbeim misses considers so many of them "loafers". It was hard to be obliged to listen to such an opinion, so publicly expressed, X. Y. —The German Exhibition last Satur day evening was a splendid affair. The old programme had been much changed and improved by ommitting the select reading and putting comic dialogues in their steads. R. A. Bumiller opened the exercises with a salutatory, follow ed by an oration, entitled "Mein Gruss an Pennsylvania" delivered by Miss Josephine Kaufman, tho teacher of the German evening school. The. perfor mances were well rendered and espe cially such characters as. "Die Sus un der Pit" by Miss Alice Radabaugh and 1 Mr. F. O. Metzger, "Die unzufriedon en Eheleute" by the same lady and Mr. W. T. Auman, "Dio lieue Sort Dschentelleut" by Mr. Robt. 11. R. Harter, "Derreiche Ilerr im Deich" by Mr. Jno. F. Ilarter, "Uebers Spark en" by Wm. Stover and Frank Weiscr, "Das llobellied'' and "Der Schulmeis ter mit deui Schuurrbart" by Mr. Jno. W. Lose, "Die deutsche Siugschule" by Mr. J. R. VanOrmer, deserve all piaise for their first class execution. But the crown of the evening was the "Germau Wedding" in which panto mime the'whole class participated, and is indeed worth seeing. Mr. Wm. 11. Rote closed the performances with a well delivered valedictory. The pro gramme was interspersed by vocal mu sic of a high order, and music renderd by our celebrated Cornet Band. The hall was crowded by an or derly and attentive audience. This exhibition will be repeated in Madison burg on next Saturday eve ning. —Louis Doll's Boot and Shoe Store, iu Bellefonte, is just the place to go for a first class article of boots, ladies'or gentlemen's shoes, gaiters and slippers. If you go to Bellefonte and are in want in Mr. Doll's line, don't fail to go there. Both quality and price will suit you. —The Harrisburg Patriot says that Daniel Gibson, a colored man supposed to be 110 years old, <ii*l in West Cain township, Centre county, on Friday last. No ; the good old darkey must hate attained the patriachal age and died somew*here v else, for we have no town ship in Centre county of such a hateful name as West Cain. —Very many just now severely afflicted with the game of "fif teen." Havn't heard though whether Millkeim has any very dangerous cas es. Communicated. MA. EDITOR INVOIXR paper of last week we notice a communication sign ed "Spectator", crit-cising a pai>er read b) us at a late-entertainment given by the S. L. Society, of Spring Mills. Your correspondent says he approves of a good paper, but when it is compos ed entirely of "ridicule" and "sarcasm" he does not approve of it. Now in our opinion, the p&i>er bad more qood, sound sense in it than there is in "Spectator's" communication; and we are sorry he was so "entirely disgusted' ,s with it. He goes so far as to say, that the whole paper did not contain a single item of good, sound sense. Now we would respectfully call the gentleman's attention to one piece in particular, eutitled "Min 1 your own Business," and if he take the trouble to call on the editors he can have the satisfaction of reading it, with the hope that he will profit by it. We admit we had better go to school awhile yet, but we have gone long enough t6 know4feat gre don't know anything, but we think from the style of "Spectator's" commu nication, he has not got that far yet. As to our studying the model of some county pMfenr, we do not propose to is sue oue, consequently choose the style which suits our case beet. He con cludes his article with the following: "This Society promises to biveanother public entertainment this season, but I do hope that before the tune its cd itors will have learned some little sense of propriety if they have any I" What an expression for so profound a scholar as "Spectator"! We think be has been trying to solve that terrible game of fif teen, which has muddled bis brain a little. For the benefit of "Spectator" we Would say, that there will be anoth er paper read similar in style to the last one, aud if he was so disgusted with it, his room ill be preferable to his presence at our uext entertainment. EDITORS LITERARY STA*. Spring Mills, Pa. ) March Bth, 1880. / &EWS FROM BRUSH. Each of our three applicants fot cen sus enumerator is certain of success. Hope none will be disappointed. County Superintendent Meyer is nearly through with his arduous task of visiting schools. Rev. F. Aurand,* the Lutheran Pas tor, has banded in his resignation, to take effect April Ist. lie leaved many friends. Our select school will open some time in April. We trust it will again receive a liberal support. Tramps are again roaming extensive ly throughout our neighborhood. Da ring the night they lodge in our School houses. Mrs. Rev. Lees, daughter of Mr. \Vm. Bair, dee'd, and formerly of this valley, is here on a Visit; '"Her preseht home is Cincinnati. The storm last Friday baa done con siderable damage. Fences were blown down, trees uprooted, and even Mr. Samuel Lose's barn was partially un roofed. Our new auctioneer, Mr. J. F. Wate, has given perfect satisfaction at Mrs, Young's sale a few days ago. Mr. Samuel Lose has the contract to build the new Reformed church at Madisonburg. Mr. Lose is the boss church buiider in Centre county * jJffJ haps in Central Pennsylvania. Quiz ? List ' ' GRAN I) JFI*K< TH& s "" • .Tun HftniMWa. Baair Jjl> *blL Howard tap Charles Shlffler.. roUir,U Wf M fowl.jotter George Kline, College nA M (Aliatlou, vellef e H B Twlttnlre, Walter John |ng, Uaionvllle Morris Furry. Spring V W Herring, Liberty D J Mover, Potter H&tyfe Potter Philip Meyer. Harris [WL^iWSIL^ t9r K Records, Worth u **>** W P Wearer. Kpr|fls J.ptlxu M Beak. Walker Samuel ltveris, reira '" m Kerr, Potter TRAVERSE JUIOR&-KIRBT WKEK; Shunt ay on, Sp rln g'! Jacob Cotid©, Harrf* rfAGUhtbhlMor, Huston iT^/W oni psf^TV,%= Lewis Dvnkle, Marion k> AAapta. Pbillpsburg (1 W Kpangler. Potter Snow Khoe Kd Graham, VMilm, Huston K (lowland, fhlllPHp'l Wr Kwpart, I'oUer John Leech. Harris ' |Joeit L Neff. Bgg sttfinßhS&n ji fea: G H Zelgler, PblHpstfff Hx B*rawl, Wwlker KdwarU Snuib, Bo rgs A Woodrlnf, Huston C Munson, PhlllpsbuifiKl Chambers, Patton I) Mattern. Half Moon ■ lUm Seobler. Belief te A1 Hosterman, Pbtter wVMieni Swab, Potter John B MoCortl, Rush Henry Heverly. Spring Roland C Irrlo, Boggs J B Williams, Worth Curtlu Moyer. Hush , Isaac Gray, Patten William Neese, Gregg , Ira 0 Fisher. Half Meen N Askay Howard twp. Kphralm KeUer. Potter L MeUger, Liberty ;Jonaa Btlne. Patton J Rumberger, Patton IF* Bible, Milesburg TRAVJSKhK JURORS—BEGUND WKEK. John W Morris, TayloriWUson Russell. Ililnes John Reese, Benner 'T Wilson. Half Moon William Wagner, Boggs JaiuesX; BoaL Potter M A Brew,. Bellefonte <A Atherton, Phlflpsb'g J G Lanmete,Spring iHnmuei Glenn, College LStelnroek, Rush U C Bathgate, College B F Kmerlek, Walker Samuel Ard, Peun Joseph Gates, Ferguson WiplfcWey, Bellefonte Amos Gaxbrtek,Benner Isaac StoVer, Spring Darid Barr, Fergusou Jae Garbrick. Walker Jacob MeCool. Gregg Charles 8 Hoc*. Walker W Calderwoou,Taylor W W Beck, Marlon A J Dross. PblUpsburg John C Bmull, Miles A W Ulrleh, Pcnn A J Omdorf, Ferguson John Hhefller, Spring Hen Flshhpnj, Benner T P Christ. College J GlUUand. knew Hhoe Geo R Boak. Bnrnslda 8 K Etnerlck. Lclon S D Krb, Ferguson Aaron It Hall, Union TRAVERSE JURORS-THIRD WEEK. J W nennev Potter H steffe, Ferguson H KDuok Penu M Vledeffer. Burnstde Cyrus ti Bright. Haines George Taylor, Boggs N Brumgard, Mlies J R Alexander, Bpriug Perry Coudo, Marlon Gregg Fred Decker, College I> M BRger. Ktwb Luther Stover, Haines Henry 8 welf, Miles Isaac Dawson, Spring .0 M *;l*e, Milesburg B°F John A Hazel. Spring David Fiddler, Perm J C Walker. Boggs iDavid Spott*. L ntou A Cook, Bellefonte Jacob W oodring. Worth Sam B Meyers, Boggs Thorn Farsous, Huston Wm Tavlor. Howard tp A C Hinton, Know Slof. Gerner Freeman, Rush J A J Fugato, Huston C McCafferty. Bcllerte Thom Frank, MUlhelra James Uannu, Gregg Noah Weaver, Haines MtaeUftßtT. Jesse McCollum, of Belleville, Mifflin county, has been driving stage for fif teen j'ears. In thai time .he traveled 84,992 miles, and never missed a solita ry day or a single trip. An Ohio girl sued a man for "breach of promise and Pray?? MP such a mean scoundrel decided she ought to pay him something for not marrying her. There is a woman in Wisconsin who has been married fifty-eight years aiid who has never missed building the kitchen fire. Her husband is probably the oldest fire escape on record.— Wa terloo Obicrvtr. i A Pottsville lad, in imitation of the girls, jumped a rope 884 times and then gave up for want of breath. In the evening he took violently aick, and died two days later. From the LewistOWh Guztttc we un derstand that there is a movement on foot to have the names of all petition ers to liquor license applications pub lished, and where any person signs more than one petition to oppovs its being gr&ted. MARRIED. On the 16th ult., by ROT. W. E. Fisher, Mr. Cyrui Rrurifeard, of Rebrrsburf, and Mist Dot lie Eraertch, of Centre Hall. Nun, was lange dautet wird am Ende gut. I'nvr Hut Ist ab; wit' wuenshen Gluek, aucb wcnn wlr keinen Kuehen bekinuen. Do Is uu ser "LcUfch" (dar) Cyrus. At the residence of fhe bride's parents In Limestone Twp., "tfylfn. Cctfantbe 24th Feb., by Rev. J. TV. Reardoa, Rdi.lTL. Roes, pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Sunbury, and Mia* Kadio K. Chambers, daughter of Benjamin Chambers. 4' " y On the 6th inst., ly Ret. W. M. Mr. Hemy W. Schade, and Miss Maggie Stover, both of Miles township. On the 3rd inst., In Lewisburg, Mrs. Hannah Nicely aged 93 years and 13 days. Ou the sth Inst., In Tyrone, Pa, Eliza A. wife of David C. Stine, formerly of Mlllhelm. aged about 44 years. On tbo Ist lust., UearrfKfteirtburg, Mrs. Cath erine Sharp, aged 46 years, 3 months and 14 days. She hail been suffering for a long time and her only desire was to go to the home above. Her last request was that her only son and daughter-in-law should meet her in heaven. Did Christ over sinners weep. And shall our cheeks be dry ? Let floods of penitential grief Burst forth from every eye. The Son of God In tears. The wandring Angels see; Be thou astonished O, my soul, He shed those tears for thee. He wept that we might weep; Koch sin demands a tear, In heayeu. above no sin Is fdund. And thereto no weeping there: : IH If lllblm Market. Corrected pTory Wednesday by Gcphart & Musser. v ; / * WbfeitNo. 1 ; 1.25 WbeatNo. i. 1.20 Corn * 45 Rye i W Oats White 85 Oats, 81ack....;;.!'. .'l3 Buckwheat..; -50 HourVv *,•' tf -.1 ••-r • • • r, •;*>• • • Brttt ihorts;pei. 4 18-00 Salt, per Brttl ix- Plaster; gr0und....10.00 Coineut; per Bushel ...; 45 to 50 50 Ttmothyseed F1ax5eed......... Cloverseed. 5.00 8utter.......... .V.. - 22 Hams 1? Hides 6 Veal ............ Pork tec=MC22S 8 Lard... -• ® Tallow Boap :••• 6 Dried Apples Dried Peaches Dried • Kxx Cdai i—rr fc.oo store 44 5.75 Chestnut 44 5.40 Tea 4 •■."•ft Y H BAULAND'3 - • - tJ . , v ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. . HEAD-QUARTERS FOR DRY GOODS, - • • *. i . : rn -AT TDK BEE DIVE ONE PBI HEX LUSfV'E DRY GOODS STOJtE ' I nnt offering tho LARGEST; BESTwuX CHEAPEST stock of Dry Goods In Centre county. 'EVERY ONE SAYS THAT 18 THE PLACE FOR BAHGArNS. GO THEN AND BE CONVINCED. •.*■ v -" ' t * —ALL GOODS AT ALL TIMES SOLD AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES.— '' 'i ——— )(-♦- -■'■■■ Having received an immense Stock of Goods before the advance, 1 am able lo sell Cheaper than auy other Store in Town. ' . * * \ • car ALL MY GOODS ARE MARKED IN PLAIN lIGURES. ' nOPING TO RECEIVE AN EARLY CALL, I remain, respectfully, yours, J. IT. B A U L A N D. My motto is, "ONEPRICE—THE VERY LOWEST; AND NO MISREPRESENTATION PHILADELPHIA BRANCH GLOTHING HOUSE, BELLEFONTB.PA, . . . % •• I W GOLDSMITH, STEIN & HEXTER, FRO FRIETORS. • ';* •/ Our Stock is Immense in Quantity and First Class in Quality. Our Prices are AS LOW AS THE LOWEST. • % a . '■ * # / ; Anticipating a very large trade we are selling goods at a very small ad vance on first cost. The citizens of Centre county are most cordially invited to NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. VICK'S ~ Illustrated Floral Quide, A beautiful work of 100 Page*. One Color ed Flower Plate, and Five Hundred Illnetrotlona, with Descriptions of the b->t Klowm and Vegetables, • Un, pjftee of sqeds, and how tI GLOW tbeui. All for A FIVK CENT STAMP. In Kmrttah or German. . VICK'S NEEDS are the bent In the world. Krvit CBVTS for postage will buy the FLOHAL (JUDK, telling how to get tluwn.- The Flower and Vegetable Warden, 175 Pages. Hlx Colored Plates, and many hun dred Engravings. For jOcent- In paper covers: SI.OO In *W*irt olotb. In German or Englt>>b. VlrlCsTllaetrated Xsathly Xsgsilne —32 Pages, a Colored Plate In every number and inany tine Engravings. Price 51.25 a year; Five Copies for $6.00. Specimen numbers sent for 10 cents; 3 trial copies for 25 cent*. Address, JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. Y. DAV. I. BROWN, Manufacturer and Dealer in TIVWARE, STOVEPIPE ASB TRMMIStI \ SPOiTIXG &> FRl'lT CA\S. ♦ w • Would respectfully inform the public llistbo keeps on hand or makes to order all kinds of TuJWABK, STOVE-riXTCKES, FKt IT CAN?. etc. SSPOUTINQ A SPECIALITY. Fruit cans always on hand. Repairing done at short notice,, Having some ten years experi ence tn the business he natters hln self that his work ftfUy equal to any In this section of the country. A share of the public patron-gels re fpeetully solicited. Nliop. neat dowr M> journal Bowk store, Jltllhef m, Fa. P. GEPBAKT D. A. MI'SSKB GEPHART & MUSSER DEALERS IS • Grain. Uotersfeed, Flour & Feed. Coal, Plaster & Salt M ILLHEIM, PA Highest market price paid for all Rinds of gkr,A.±:LT Delivered either at the BRTCIt Mil, Lor at the old MUBSER MILL, lu MILLHEIM. COAL, PLASTER & SALT Always on hand and sold at prices that defy competition. A share of the public patronage respectfully solicited. 39-Iy BRQCKERHQFF HOUSE. BELLEIFONTB, PA First Class in ail respects. CENTRALLY LOCATED. Just the place for] the business man, the farmer, the mechanic. 1 # Omnibus to nil trains, mttf MSE, Doors, Shut-I^ e8 Sash,|M Yellow Diue Window jp3 Floor iig con- F rami* s, ,-g stantly kept and Mould nigs, made to With thanks order on M for past fa short notice ryj vors be solic and in the PS rt its a contin best ossible <33 ucnce of the manner same 11 ■■ i"piumj." niJimi u.jj—g! •_g $ i *'' I uj 1 .-thigh h g j rh " la I s i-t iNfo i|sldi s a) £■] r M.JI hTsOI lilj! pH§h Ilsllll - wl 8^| ;J JsUli mKiffi oi| Sli jj .-Si i|i § • wife i* ' L ogipl . s hiel s 3 I b||ls § Pill l ri I mpy* U § bifrfki TO THE READERS of the JOTTIR/IN'.AJIi. I would like to call your attention to my very large stock of BOOTS, SHOES AM) RIBBEBS which lam selling CHEAPB than any other house in Clinton or Cen tre counties. The ELMIRA KIP BOOT double Soles and Tap. only $2.50. Tliis is the best oargain I ever of fered. Ther are selling everywhere for $3.00 Don't forget the place No. 115, Main Street, LOCK HAVEN, PA. Very Respectfully Yours, • Jarob Kamp. FOI'B PATENT Breech-Loading Shot Gun A Oun to otond the wear and tear, and not ret ahak/ or out of order. Pricea, from *SO. (X) upward*. Send sump tor Circular to AMERICAN ARMS CO. 103 MUX Street, Boston. Mass. PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD. Philadelphia 8c Brie R. R. Dlv. WINTER TIME TABLE. On and after SUNDAY, Nov. 9th. 1879, the trains An the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad Di vision will run as follows : WESTWARD. ERIE MAIL leaves Philadelphia 11 55 p. m. " •* Harrisburg 4*> a. in. " 44 Wiiiiainsport 8 35a. in. . " 44 Jersey Shore. 907 a.m. 44 44 Locklfaven. 940 a.m. 44 4t Re novo llUOa.ni 44 arr. at Erie 7 56 p. m. NIAGARA EXP. leaves Philadelphia 8 00 a. m. • 4 44 Harrisburg 11 25 a. m. 44 arr.at Wtniaraßport 225 p. m. 44 44 lock Haven. 3 50 p. m. FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia .II 50 a. m. 44 4 4 Ifanisburg 335 p. m. 44 arr. at Wiiiiainsport 7 i's p. m. 44 44 Lock Haven 840 p. in. # EASTWARD. PACIFIC EXP.leaves Lock Haven.. 7 00 a. m. 44 44 Jersey Shore.. 7-33 a in. 44 44 Winiamsport. 8.15 *. tu. 44 arr. at Harrisburg.. .12 of> a.. • 44 44 Philadelphia. 340 p.m. DAY EXPRESS leaves lak k Haven. .11 20 a, m. 4 ! 44 Wiiiiainsport 12 10 p. in. 44 arr. at Harrisburg .. 410 p. in. 44 44 Philadelphia 720 p.m. ERIK MAIL loaves Keiiovn 8 40 p. m. 4 > 44 Lock Haven 9 CO p. in. 44 44 wiiiiainsport 1110 p. m. 44 air. at Harrisburg 2 45 n. ni. • 4 * 4 Philadelphia 7 CO a. in. FAST LINE leaves William sport 12 35 a.m. arr. at Harrisburg 3 50 a. m. 44 44 Philadelphia 740 a.m. Erie Mail West and Day Express East make close connections at Northumberland with L. & B. R. K. trains Irom Wilkvsbarre and iSemn ton. Erie Mail West. Niagara Express West and Fast Line West make close connection at Wil- Ilamsport with N.C. It. W. trains north. .Niagara Exp -ess Westaud Day Express East make close connection at Lock Haven with P. E. V. R. R.lratrs. Erie -Mail Eas 4 und West connect at Frio with trains on L. b. & M. S. R. K.; at Cm ry with ; O. C. & A. V. R- h fat Emporium with B. N. Y. & P. R. It., and at 'riftwood with A. V. U. K. Parlor cars will ,4 un between Philadelphia ami Wiiiiainsport n Niagara Express West ami Day Express East, bleeping cars on all night trains. W&I. A. BALDWIN, General Sup"t. L. C. & S. C. RAIL ROAD. WESTWARD. 1. 3. 5. LEAVE A.M. P.M. P.M.,, Montamlim 7 00 2 00 C 20 Lewisburg Arrive 715 210 8 35 Lewisburg I-eave 715 2 20 Fair Ground 7 20 2 30 Biehl 7 30 2 40 Vicksburg 7 35 2 48 Miflllnourg Arrive 7 50 3 Co MiftUuburg Leave 7 50 315 Millinont 810 3 35 Laurelton 8 20 3 50] Coburn 9 :ki Arrive at Spring Mills 10 00 EASTWARD. 2.; 4. 6. LEAVE A.M- A.M. P.M. Spring Mills ;io'2o Coburn 10 45 Laurelton ll r >s 4 05 Millinont 12 08 4 20 Miftiinburg Arrive 12 30 4 40 Mlftlinburg Leave. 12 30 4 50 Vicksburg 12 45 5 05 Biehl 12 52 513 Fair Ground 1 02 5 23 I-ewisburg Arrive 110 5 30 Lewisburg Leave 0 35 1 20 5 45 Arr. at Montandon 650 130 6 <*4 Nos. 1& 2 connect at Montandon with Erie Mail west on tho Philadelphia & Erie Rail lioad. Nos. 3 & 4 Willi Day Express east ana Niagara Express west. Nos. 5 & 6 with Fast Line west. An Omnibus will run between Lewisburg and Montandon, to convey passengers to and from ; Pacific Express east on the Philadelphia & End ' Railroad. I The regular Railroad Tiekots will be honored 1 between these two points.