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THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880.
DEI.WMiER & BIMILLJER,
Editor* and Proprietors.
We are authorized to announce that B. F.
HUNTER. Of Ken nor township, is a candidate for
Assembly, subject to the decision ol the Demo
cratic County Convention.
We are authorized to announce *hat CiJES
TER MUNSON. Esq.. of Fhlllpsbnrg, will be a
< ndldate for the Legislature, subject to the
decision of the Democratic County Convention.
—The fall term'<ff Union Seminary
at New Berlin, will begin Wednesday,
—For good and cheap clothing go to
I.ewin's Philadelphia branch Store
Belief on te, Pa. tf.
—Rev. W. L. Ileisler, of Mifflinburg,
has received and accepted a call from
.Bonders'vilie, Adams county, and re
moved thither recently.
—The sale notes of the estate of Jon
athan Philips.deceased, are now due,
of which all concerned will please take
—On Monday night, Tuesday and
Wednesday, we had copious rains—the
best and most we had at any time this
summer. The success of the corn crop
is now assured.
—The West Branch Camp Meeting
will open next Tuesday. Murphy, the
great temperance apostle will bo pres
ent the first w'eek, and Harrison, the
big preacher, the second.
- Harris, tif the Staiula rd Store , a
Lrcisburg, is not c c losing out his stock
at jreatly reduced prices preparatory to
hnichasinq early fall yooils. For bar'
<■ 'ins go to 9*aris.
—Mrs. Martha Irvin, wife of the late
Dr. Wm. I mil, and sister to Ex-Gov.
Curtiu, died on Friday morning in
Lancaster. Iler remains were brought
to Bellefonte for interment.
—At the regular aanu&l election of
the Millheim Cornet Bard, held last
Monday evening the following officers
were elected: President—*Jfltin F. Ilar
.er; Secretary—Philip 11. Musser;
Treasurer— It. A. Bumiller.
—Pierce Musser is building a wall
along tlie stream in the rear ot his
house and is otherwise engageJ in "fix
ing np" around about the premises.
—Guess our young men and boys
ve about all made pp their minds to
attend camp-meeting. noi>e they may
a! ; o have resolved to honor themselves
by good behavior while there. *
—TI/e Renova School board has
chosen our friend Mr. J. A. Fiedler,
teacher of their Grammar School. Mr.
Fie ller is a graduate of the class of 'BO,
Central State Normal School, Lock
Haven. Sefcce&ftd him.
—The broker, stone at the public
crossing should be kivered, withont de
lay, of which please take notice, gen
tlemen of the council, Mr. Superinten
dent of public liignways, Mr. Presi
dent of the turnpike company, or who
ever tlse might, could, would or should
—Tiro Centre County Pomona
Grange will meet atCentre Ilall, Tues
day August, 17th next. Three sessions
will be held—at 10 o'c'ock, A. m.,2
o'clock P. M., and at 7 in .the evening.
A general attendance is requested.
Bj order of
Jas. A. Keller,
—A One monument was erected last
week at the grave of Mr. Adam Morr,
in the Millheim Cemetery. It is of the
"cottage" style, heavy and massive,
yet chaste and beautiful, and does cred
it to the friends of the de
ceased as well as to the makers, Messrs.
Dei ninger & Musser.
- The condition of the Millheim
Cemetery has been a reproach to the
community for years and it is with un
feigned pleasure that we see that eai
nest efforts are being made to improve
it. The company is now incorporated
and the board of directors liaVe taken
steps looking to the immediate improve
ment and enlargement of our long ne
glected* dilapidated "city of the dead."
—MR. EDWIN M. SAYRE, .agent for
the Sutherland Falls Marble Compny,
Vermont, gave us a short call on Morn
day. Mr. Sayre is a gentleman of ex
perience and culture, a business man
of the strictest integrity, and possesses
social and conversational qualities of
a high order. In fact lie will be every
inch a gentleman even after he lias
grown to IWiCe his present size.
Notice is hereby given that at a
regular meeting of the Millneim Town
Council, held August 9th ISBO, the
second section of the borough ordinan
ces was changed to the effect that the
couhcil shall hereafter fix the old
grades for sidewalks.
D. 11. MINGLE,.
A. O. DEININGER,
Approved August 10th, 1880,
J. C. SMITII,
BOARDING.—J. C. Springer, of the
Penn House, Aaronsburg, is prepared
to serve all who visit the camp-meeting
with first class boarding and horse feed.
Dont 1 forget if.
R. B. lIAYES is teaching Elocution
at Lock Haven, just now. This is not
the man that is trying to play Presi
dent for Mr. Tilden, at $50,1)00 and in
cidentals a year. This one understands
his business much better than does the
—Charley Frankenberger offers his
home, near town, at private sale. Any
person desiring a property of this size
would do well to look at this one for
there is not a more complete property
in this neighborhood.
The bnildlnge are all new and very
complete. Good wator in abundance
all the year round and choice fruit of
every kind. tf.
—There are plenty of opportunities of
attending religious meetings in this
rtelghliorhood, this week A confer
ence of ministers meets in Millheim,
on Tuesday evening, and will remain*
in session for several days, and a camp
meeting also begins just below Aarons
burg, on Wednesday, to continue over
Sabbath. Let people properly improve
—Our young friend Mr. F. O. Metz
ger, who works in the Baldwin Loco
motive Works, Philadelphia, writes us
that work has never been so brisk in
that big concern as now. About 2700
men are employed and ten locomotors
are tuned out complete eVery week.
Since January 257 "iron horses" have
been manufactured and sent out, Idling
orders for Australia, Wales, Cuba,
South America and Russia.
We are gratified to know that
"Unser Fritz" is getting along well
and likes the place and business.
—Dora Young, a favorite daughter
of the late Brigham Yofing, % in Chi
cago. She is described as a particular*
!y and handsome woman,
with a beautiful complexion and gol
den hair. She dresses fashionably and
in good taste. She has considerable
property, secured from her father's es
tate by a successful suit at law, and
intends to enjoy it. Two years ago she
was a zealous Mormon, but now she
abominates the system and has forsaken
her old home and friends.
—About one rhile east of Curtin
Station, on the Bald Eagle Valley
Railroad, the early morning train on
Tuesday morning jumped the track,
the| baggage car and two coaches rol
ling over-a embankment. The
train was filled with county officials
bound for Bedford to attend the con
vention of county officials of the State.
A great many ladies were aboard, but
nobody was seriously hurt. Some ol
the passengers however, had some mir
aculous escapes, just getting out from
underneath the rolling cars, having
been thrown through the windows.
—The case of Vandalism oceured in
St. Mark's cemetery at Lewi stown the
other week, and if the perpetrator
could be discovered he would receive a
lesson that would prevent his repeti
tion of ?t. A shaft had recntly been
erected to the memory of a former res
pected citizen, Lewis Fees—a yery neat
piece of work. Thursday night the
fence was scaled and the shaft and let
tering mutilated. It would be vile re
venge upon the dead, but he was not
known to have an enemy while living,
and the motive of the act cannot be im
—The Coatesville Times says:* On
Tuesday of this week Washington
Happersett, engineer at C. E. Pen nock
& Co.'s iron wores, north of this place,
was engaged in tulkiug politics with a
young mm named Jerry Reardon. One
word brought on another until at last
they got to fighting, when Jerry picked
upa pair of large roller tongs and* struck
Mr. Happersett on the back of the
head, felling him to the ground and in
flicting a wound in his head about three
inches long. lie was so weak from
loss of blood that lie bad to be conyeyed
to his home in a carriage. A physician
was immediately sent for, who dressed
the wound, and at pressnt Mr. Ilapper
sett is lying in a t6ry critical condi
READ THIS.—It will pay good house
keepers to cut this out and paste it up
in the kitchen. Charcoal, laid flat
while cold on a burn, c luses the pain
to abate immediately; by leaving it ou
for an hour the burn seems almost
healed when the wound is superficial.
Tained meat, surrounded with it, is
sweetened. Strewn over heaps of dec
omposed pelts, or over dead animals,
charcoal prevents any unpleasant odor.
Foul water is purified by it. It is a
great disinfectant, and sweetens offen
sive air if placed in hollow trays around
apartments. It is so very porous
that it absorbs and condenses gases
rapidly. One cubic inch of fresh char
coal will absorb nearly one hundred
inches of gaseous ammonia- Charcoal
forms an excellent poultice for mali
gant wounds and sores. In cases of
what is called proud flesh it is inval-
uable: It gives no disagreeable odor,
i corrodes no metal, hurts no texture,
injures no Color, is a simple and safe
sweetner and disinfectant. A teaspoon
ful of charcoal, in half a glass of wa
ter, often relieves a sick headache. It
"absorbs the gases and relieves the dis
tended stomach pressing against the
nerves which extend from the stomach
to the head. It often relieves consti
pation, pain or heartburn.
—The fresco painters are now engag
ed at Mr. John D. Footo'a house. They
do first class work.
—An exchange wants to know "what
is home without a newspaper?" It is
a place where old hats are stuffed intb
window frames; where the children are
like young pigs; the housewife like an
aboriginal savage: the husband with a
panorama of the Dismal Swamp pain
! ted on his sliirt bosom with tobacco
juice, and the gefienil outlooking re
sembling the houie of a depraved hea
Jury List for August CflUrt.
Hnrris—Henry Potter. <5. B. Jack, D. koiler.
Phtllpsburg—C T Frybergcr, G G i'ottsgrovc,
.1 N Cnssanova.
Bellefuntu—K M'Knlglit, J 'Klinger, G W Jack
son, W 1. Stcclq.
Miles—B to Spanglcr.
Liberty—.l A Stover.
Haines—T Edmund*, *B V Utird.
Shoe —W Stewart, Jr.
Mllosbunr—G Gr y.
TIiAVKRSB JURORS —FIRST WEEK.
Unionvtlle—A T leathers. .....
Bellefonte —Win Harper, J Irvln, Jr., J A Euk
in. J 1' Harris.
Spring—H F Kartly. Geo Garbriek, G W Lone
burger. ThotH* Shearer.
Miles—Win Hair. Daniel Musser, II Smujl, Mich
Blerly, Emanuel Hurler. .
Harris—<J W Campbell, <J Durst, II Meyers, Jr.
Walker—l> A Diet nek. •
Snow shot—ll GiUiland, W F Holt, J A Thoir.p
Haines—Mich Hotller, J C Motz.
Half Moon—A Stlno, Is Beck.
Howard born—(l Wistar.
Howard —J \V Gardner.
Fcrauson—Pxb J I* Musser, C B
Hess, 1) W Miller. C Danley.
Peun—l> Krtle, lienj Korstelter.
ration—O C Beck.
Union—B Shipley, A Calhoun.
Benner —A Y Warner, Wm Close, Jas Carson.
Mllesbnrg—C P Jones.
Bonus—l> 1* Shope.
TRAVERSE Jt'KO' S—SECOND WEEK.
Rush—B Covle, W J Jackson.
Ferguson— F Hot turf, Jac Keller, I) Deifnls, S
J Gates. G Kiehllne.
Haines—Jonathan Krapc, T G Khrhart.
Milesburg—A T Bogus.
Huston—J 1* Turner. G W Woodrlng.
IVnn—J li Frank. Dan Hostennan.
Hellelouto—J Braebbiil, L L Brown. F P Green.
Boats—G Noll. J NVhiters. -
Gregg—Jac F Hoinan, ir A Krumrlne, I J
Walker—W H Yearlck. John Zimmerman.
Spring— Ed Woods.
Liberty—W N Bitner.
Howard—M Pletcber, IC Leathers.
Pliilipsburg—A S Graham.
Potter—.las M'Corirtlek, Joe Wagner, Jr.
Halfmoon—W 8 Gray.
Benner—D Ho user.
EXAMINATIONS OF TEACH
ERS FOR 1880.
The Examinations of Teachers for
the Schools of Centre Conty will be
held as specified in this announcement:
Bellefonte, Tueadav, August 2*.
Pliilipsburg and liudh, Pliilipsburg,
Wednesday, Aug. 25.
Taylor, Hannah Furnace, Thursday,
Worth, Port Matilda, Friday, August
Huston, Julian Furnace, Saturday,
Snow Shoe and Burnstae, Snow Shoe,
Tuesday Aug. 31.
Unionville and Union, Unionville,
Wednesday, Sept. 1.
Mileslmrg and Hoggs, Milesburg,
Thursday, Sept. 2.
Liberty, Eagleville, Friday ept 3.
Walker, Hub'.orsburg. Monday, Sept. 6.
Howard and fcurtln, Howard, Tuesday,
Marion, Jacksonville, Wednesday,
Spring, Valentine's School Hons-*,
Thursday, Sept. 9.
Benner, Knox' School House, Friday,
Patton, Waddle's School House, Tues
day, Sept. 14.
Halfmoon, Slormstown, Wednesday,
Sept. 15. •
Ferguson, Pine Grove, Thursday, Sept.
College. Lemont, Friday, Sspt 17.
Harris, Boalkburg, Saturday, Sept. IS.
Haines, Aaronsburg, Monday, Sept. 20.
Millheim and Peun, Miljheirn, Tues
day, Sept. 21.
Gregg, Penn Ilall, Wednesday, Sept.
oo . •
Potter, Centfo Hall, Thursday, Sept.
Miles, Rebersburg, Saturday, Sept. 25.
A special examination to fifl vacan
cies will l>e held at the Superinten
dent's office, Bellefonte, Friday, Oc
tolxr 8; but applicants must come rec
ommended by at least four directors of
the districts 'in which they intend to
teach, and give a reason for not having
attended the district examination.
Examinations each day will com
mence at 9 A. M.; applicants will have
to be present in time, and some of the
directors should also be present in time
to make out a list of applicants to be
H. MEYER, Co. Supt.
Rebersburg, Pa., July 21,1850.
Bobbed by Tramps.
ALTOONA, Pa., August 2. —C. F.
Lingafelt, a dealer'in bark, while oil
his way from Fostoria to Bell's Mills,
near this place, at six A. M. to-day, was
attacked by two tramps, who struck
him in the stomach with a big stone
and knocked him insensible. They
then cut open his pocket with if knife
and took his purse containing seventy
dollars, leaving him lying in the road.
The highwaymen made their escape.
Mr. Lingafelt at first was not expected
to recover, but later intelligence states
that the injuries are not serious.
ISAAC BAKER while taking a walk
near Scranton, recently, came across a
den of fourteen rattlesnakes. 110 val
iantly made a stand and slew them all
and now ha§ fourteen rattles as tro
phies of this feat.
Fatal Quarrel Between Rivals.
RICHMOND, August s.—lnforma
tion has been received here of a fatal
encounter in Buckingham Ccunty, be
tween J. A. Davidson and W. J.
Franklin, two young gentlemen, rival
suitors for the hand of a young lady in
that county. Davidson was accepted
by the lady. The two met each other
in the woods near Gray's store and be
gan quarreling. Finally they fell to
blows, when Davidson drew a revolver
and shot his antagonist, inflicting a
wound from which he died that night.
Davidson is at large.
Dr. Tannor Filllhg Hia Stomaoh
and Feeling Frisky.
NKW YORK, August B.— DR. Tanner
Spent a quiet day and saw few visitors.
The physicians say lie 18 improving as
well as can be exacted after such a
long fast. During the early part of
the morning he chewed half R pound of
beefsteak, retaining only the juice, and
partook of some milk Ibiist and red
Hungarian wine. Shortly before not'h
he ate half a pound of beef steak, and
some potatoes stewed in milk. He Mas
then weighed an(l tured the scales at
120 pounds. About every hour be par
took of some nourishing food or drink
which included water, milk, potatoes
stewed in milk, bass pale ale, beef tea,
bread and wine. Aboht six o'clock his
weight was again taken and it was
found he weighed 130 pounds. He was
quite lively to-day and frisked about
the room like a school boy. The phy
sicians say his rapid recovery is some
On'thelst inst:, in Centre Hall, Anna K.
daughter of Adam Thomas 2 years and 25 days.
On the 9th inst.. i|i Mlllhelm, after a protrac
ted illness, Mrs. Margaret Adams, widow of
Col. Joseph Adams, in the 71th year of hei age. '
On the fitii Inst., in Aartuialiurg, Rlenora,
widow of Michael Kreamer, aged 72 years, 5
months, 20 days.
State Normal School
(Eighth Normal School District )
LOCK lIAYKN, CLINTON CO., P
A. N. RAUB. A. M., Principal.
~ This Sehool as tft fir*Meit constituted, offers
the very best facilities for Professional and
Buildings spacious, inviting and commodious;
completely healfd by steam, well . .ventilated,
and furnished with a bountiful supply ot pure
watei, soft spr in: water.
Ix)catioii healthful and easy of access.
Surrounding scenery unsurpassed.
Teachers experienced, efficient, and alivo to
Discipline, firm but kimi, uniform and tla>-
ro J!S|h - , .. ...
I'.xuenses niodera e.
Fifty oefits a week deduction to those pre
paring to teach.
•Student i admitted at any time..
Courses of study pi escribed by the State; I.
Model School. 11. Preparatory, 111. Element
ary. IV. Scientific.
I. Academic. JI. Commercial. 111. Music.
The Elementary, snd Sclentillc courses are
Prufcsgoual, ,aud student* graduating theroiu
receive Diplomas, conferring the following cor
responding degrees: Master of tKe-Elements*
and Master of the Science*. Graduates In the
other courses receive Normal eertitlcatcs of
their attainments, signed by the Faculty.
The Professional courses are liberal, and are
in thoroughness not inferior to those of our
The State requires a higher order of citizen
ship. Tla* times demand it. It is one of the
nriine objects of tld* srhool to lielp to secure It
by furuUliing intelligent and efficient teachers
for licr schools. To this end it solicits young
persons of good abilities and good purposes—
those who desire to improve their time and
their talents, as students. To all such it promis
es aid in developing their powers and abund
ant opportunities tor well paid labor alter leav
For catalogue and terms address the Principal.
BOARD OF TIIUOTEF.S.
Stockholder's Trustees—.l. If. Barton, M. D.,
A. IF. Best, Jacoli Brown, S. M. Blckf(rd. Sam
uel Christ, A. N. ItaiiM, It. U.Cook.T.C. Hippie.
Esq.. G. hint zing, K. P. McCorinick, Esq., W.
W. Rankin, Win. H. Biown
Slate Trustees— Hon. A. <l. Curtln, Hon. 11.
f,. Dietfeiibaen. (ten. Jesse Merrill. lion. Win
IMgler, J. C. C. Whaley, S. Millar McCorinick.
Hon. WILLIAM BIG LEU, President, Clear
Gen .I ESSE MERRILL, Vice President, Leek
>. MILI.AH McCOUMICK, Secretary, I,ock
THOMAS Y ARB LEY, Treasurer, Lock Haven,
"imiWllli MfiAii ulii
cs Sash, w Y r ellow Pine
W i n d o w W Flooring coii-
P ra in es, t-a stantly kept
an<l Mould- *2* 0 n hand,
ings, made to M F* With thanks
order on M for post fa
sliort notice vors lie solic
and iu the P* *4 its a con tin
best ossible uencc of tlic
IsHUcd August Ist. 1
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1880. BEE HIVE! 1880.
To my Friends in Penns and Brush Valleys!
DRV GOODS HOUSE
IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA IS THE GREAS
HIVE 9| HIVE!
Store of Lock Haven.
Which is now Opening the Tlilrd Slock for. Hie Spring of 18C0
* % %
Which is sltinly Immense in all its Departments.
30,000 Yards Bleachsd and Uablsachel Muslins,
| CALICOS 11 SHIRTINGS
O O O O O ■- O ■ O O ■ -O■ "O O Q I <-•
A large ttock of 10-4, 9-4, fi-l, 5 4 UTICA BLE VCFIED and UNBLE VCHED SHEETINGS 'and PILLOW CASINGS
3(M>O Yard* Wood Calico, Fast Colors. Beautiful Styles, 0 Cents a Yard.
The Largest Stock of TABLE LINENS ever shown in this City at oil prices. 5)0 TOWELS at 25 Cents, tworth J4O
Cents. 35 .dozen 3-4 Bleached all LINEN NAPKINS at $2.05, worth $3.40. lg inch TWILLEU HEAVY TOWELLING, lg
1000 Yards of Summer Pantings,
Bought early in January, since which time they have advanced 2C per cent., but will be sold at old prices of a year ago.
2,000 Yards All-Wool Cassimeres, -
EAJSTCIT CHEVIOT STJTXIXTGS, ■ -
French Diagonals and Shirtings, 1,000 Yards BlaQk all wool Cashmeres.
Cheaper than ever. 2000 yards Beautiful Spring Cashmeres at 15 cents, worth 20. French Momie Cloths, Full Line of
French all Wool Buntings in Plain and Lace Grlofls. Silk Grenadines. French Organdie ard linen Lawns, nice patterns.
500 YARDS BEAUTIFUL SUMMER SILKS.... ,
At 50, 55 and CO cents a yard. The Largest, Handsomest, Cheapest lot! of Plain and Brocade, Black and JColoredfSilks
ever shown. Large lot of Ladies' Coats at Half Price. The handsomest Stock of .„ . ,
BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN. CARPETS
In this sectiou of the State. Large lot of Window Shading and Fixtures. J. 500 ft>s. Cotton and Wool Carpet Chain.
/NTfTITrF 8.1 FLTd Feuns and Brush should avail themselves of the advantages we are now of.
1,1 I I/i Pt |l| jj ferinw, by buying their g.wxls early at the BEE HIVE. Thanking my Patrofis for
their liberal patronage in IS7X, we hope by continuing to keep only first-class goods,
? ■•'.* with a full asset tment of all the Novelties of the Season; by representing goods on
MERIT ONLY, and selling at LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES to merit even a much larger share of the patronage in
as we have decide 1 advantages over everv competitor ou account of the immense quantities we buy. IN
DUCEMENTS to Large Buyers and trade from a distance. BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
ATTENTION.-®* *®-REMEMBER THE PLACE.-®*
The Great Bee Hive Dry Goods House,
LOCK HAVEN, -XLA. . .
J. J. EVERETT, Proprietor.
WAXTKD.—SO,OOO pounds of Wool in exchange or for cash at the Bee Ilivc sWc. -
"Corrected every Wednesday by Gepliart
Wheat No. 1 90
Wheat No. 2 fifi
Oats White 39
Onts, Black 30
Bran A Shorts,pel tou 20.0<)
Salt, per Ilrl
Plaster, ground 10.Vfl
C'einent, per Bushel 45 to .VJ
Egg Ctial ......... 85.n0
Stove " 5.75
Chestnut" - 5.40
Pea • 3-SO
P. UF.rn.IKT D. A. MUSSER
GEPHART & MUSSER
MILLHEIM, P A
Higli'est market price p.Hd for all kinds of
Delivered either at the BRICIv MILL or at tlic
old MUSSER MILL, in MILLHKIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Alivays on hand and sold at prices that defy
A share of the public patronage respectfully
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A THE BOOT & SHOE HAH y
Qj °f M
P| LOCK HAVEN. Ml
SI have a very large stock of A
Slippers & Ladies'
just opened up for Spring aiul BOOH
Kununer wear. My stock is
as cheap as it was a year
■f I ago, because 1 bought it
a for cash before the ad
vance. I am tlie only Pfwwf
shoe dealer in I d;k 10
Hoveh that buys P"!
for cash & pays ■ "
Mno rent where
fore 1 can sell a B
you a better ar
tide for thesanie
money than any
dealer iu "the city.
Give pie, ,a .pall and
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