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jfitt JjUlhtim Journal.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1880.
iMMW & BIMILLtJk,
-We are authorized to announce that B. F.
lit"NT Kit. of Rentier township, la u canolUato for
Assembly. subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic Couuty Convention.
We are authorized to announce that CHES
TER MUNSON, Esq., of PhHipsburg, will be a
candidate for the Legislature, suWeet to the
decision of the DetnoeraUc County Convention.
—For good and cheap clothing go to
Lewin's Philadelphia Branch Store
Bellefonte, Pa. tf.
—The sale notes of the estate of Jon
athan Philips, deceased, are now due,
of which all cbncefcifeil will ph&sfe take
—Harris, of the | Staiula rd Store, u
Lcrcisburg, is note closing ouJ his stock
at greatly reduced griefs preparatory to
pwchasinq early fall goods. For bar.
gains go to Hdfis,
—The old David Stover home&tad
above MiUheimwwats t recently sold to
Mr. Wm Spees ot I/hidh county 'flfr
SIBOO, vhiicli we ctaitftr a very fair
price as times are.
PUBLIC SALES.— Sept. 11th, farm of
ne£ Rebereburg, by S. Grain
ly and A. Smull, Executors at the 'es
tate of Henry Smull, deceased.
August 27th, 11 acres of land in Foe
Vhlley/by J. A. Rptfsri&der, hilmuiis
tfatbroMfSUikb Imowl's estate.
—One thousand brick-layers and ma
sons are at work in Milton and more
are wanted. A j limited nuniber of able
"bodiedtewyers and doctor's, provided
are industrious and t flairly
intelligent, cku also 'find employment
at carrying brick and mortar.
—Over 400 "rigs" passed through
town on Sunday to camp meeting, and it
is thought that nearlyas many more came
from the lower end of the valley and
Union county. At a fair estimate
there must have been upwards of 25J0
people on the ground.
—Jnat before going to press we
received a letter from George A. Runk,
Esq., of Spring Mills to fhe effect that
a dispatch had been t eceived from Col.
Slifer of Lewisburg, stating that at
least 25 car loads ot people intended
coming up to the Harvest Home Picnic,
and that passengers from Coburn
&atn will be earried to the picnic at
a reasonable fare.
—IlTs With much pleasure that we
pnbfish a very fine campaign
*rng cdtapo&cd by our friend Carl
SchreilSSr. Carl shows much good
taste in suiting his boautif ul sonfr to
the beautiful thus, "Die
Wacht am liheln." We hope 'and firm
iy'believe, *&at and
predictions of the song will be fully
—Charley Frankenberger offers Hft
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
io this neighborhood.
The bnildiugs are all new and very
complete. Good water in abundance
r.U the year round and choice fruit of
i ?ery kind. tf.
—The upper end of Penns Yalley had
■ ti. terrible thunder storm toe other
Tednesday, 11th inst., during which
t ebarn on Mr. Vantries' farm, oh
w iiich commissioner Geo. Swab is the
' mailt was burned to the ground. The
, . itire crop an d all the farming utensils
*ere consumed. The live stock was all
- iVed wi& the exception'd one calf.
The bafrti was insured to the amount of
.MOO. We havfc not learned whether
' Jr. Swab has any insurance &r hot.
—"We cannot but says an
"when a mau tells us he can
not take his local paper because he
- rants a'cityftkbtJi. He might'as well
r -ay he cannot afford bread because he
; i ntends having sponge cake. Mean
v hile he has to ask his iyeigbbor about
* fae local news and notices, and the 10,
, *1 paper goefc on building up his place
and business ami conveniences without
jic support. It is not manly and we
2 say without hesitation that there is
\ something out of joint with a man who
I does not support his local paper."
*" PROLIFIC GRASS STALK.— Our friend
Mr. John H. Musser, than whom there
is rib more intelligent and practical
bower in this section, undertook the
other day to count the blades on a sin
gle stalk of orchard grass, but found it
a bigger job than he had bargained for.
The stalk bad 1073 well developed
blades of an average length of about 18
inches, and it is the'second growth of
.ae season. Aoy Garfield man that
dares to beat that is to step
three paces to the front so that all
concerned may have a full view of him.
—Pref. P. M.Bickle, of Pennsylvania,
'allege Gettysburg, gave us a hearty
hake of his warm, genial hand,one day
rist wees while attending the session
if the Northern Conference here. The
i'rof. is off duty at College just now
and has been rusticating in our delight
ful valleys for some weeks. He delivered
an address on the educational interests
of the church on Tuesday eyening,
vhich was a clear statement of the
itatus of the Lutheran ehurchj on the
question of higher education kh tvelt
as a strong appeal for 't&e support of
our colleges and seminaries. The Prof,
has made friends for the cause and for
himself personally. Hope he will call
—The books and accounts of J. W.
Stam are left in my hands for settle
ment and collection all con
cerned will please take notice.
St T. it. STAM.
—The Northern Conference of the
Central Pennsylvania Synod met pur
suant to notice Jin the U. B. Church,
Milllieim.on evening the 10th
inst. Tbo'folloWihg miiit!?terk and lay
delegates were present, the attendance
being a very good one considering the
busy season: Rev. J. G. Anspach,
Mifllinlmrg, no delegate. Rev. Charles
Schnure, Laurelton, Mr. John Smith,
delegate. Rev. John Tomlinson,
Aaronsburg, Mr. Thomas Frank, del
egate. Rev. W. R. Wieand, Rebers
burg, Mr. Jacob Brungard, delegate.
Rev. Wra. 11. Diven, Salona, Mr Pe
ter Dorublaser, 'helegate. Ttdv. S. E.
Furst, Bellefonte, no delegate. Rev.
J. A. Koser, Pine &Grove, no delegate.
Rev. Jacob Yutzy, Boalsburg, George
Kline delegate. Rev. J. K. Miller,
Centre Hall, Itey. M. L. Furst, Salona,
Prof. P. M. llickle, of Pennsylvania
Able and interesting sermons on
special subjects preached, on
Tuesday evening by Rev, Wm H. Div
en, Wednesday eveniug by Rev. J. A.
Kosef/hntt ou Thursday evening by
Rev. W. R. Wieand. An Wtffrfwas
read by W. R. Wieand on " What is it
to bear one. a)iother\s burdens by Rev.
S. E. Furst on " Practical infidelity—
hove best arrested,"and on "The duty' of
the Chareh in relation to intemperance"
also by Rev. S. E. Furst. These es
says were all followed by free and in
teresting discussions in which a major
ity of the members of conference en
Thursday afternoon a cliiidrens'
m&ktng was heiti. NeKily all the chil
dren of the several sabbath sclib<ta in
Tortcti present, as well as a good
audience besides. The church was fill
ed. Revs. Schuure, Diven, Miller and
Prof. Bickle addressed the children, and
the general'(tyintou will tliat the sj>eecti
es were very "good"—pointed, practi
cal and short. It was one of the best
meetings of the kind we ever attended.
Altogether this session ot the North
ern Conference was a success through
out. The ministers, delegates and vis
itors were much pleased, the members
of the congregation as well as tytb
ple generally were highly entertained
and feellves benefitted for hav
ing hadconfenten'Ce in their midst, and
the cause of education and religion no
doubt received a good impetus in Mill
heim. God speed the work•
CENTRE CO. AGRICULTUR
Preside nt— E. W. Hale, Bellefonte.
Vke-Presidtiti— John Rishel, Belle
fonte, Geo M. Boal, Ceutre Hall, John
A. Doley, Roland, W|o. 11. Pine
Secretary —Wilbur F. Itee
Librarian— James F. Weaver, Miles
Exeauice Committee —Clement ' Dale,
Chairman, Bellefonte, Austin Curtiu,
Roland, A. V. Miller, Pleasant Gap, J
Wm. Thompson Jr., Lemont, Dorsey
Green, Fillaiore, Isaac Frain, Walker.-
FAIK, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY
aud FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6TH, 7TH AND
HANCOCK CLUB SONG.
BY CARL SCHKIBEK.
Air—"Die Wacht am Rhein
1. From North and South, from East
A voice that cannnot be suppressed
Comes Uke the murmur of ths sea —
Who will our country's lerfW be?
Chorus: Land of the Fine, let peace be
Land of tlrt Palm, rest thou
Land of the Palm and Pine,
be glad and free,
For Hancock]shall your trusty
- lead?r be.
2: A thousand thousand liearts beat
"Tlurrah fot Hancock!" is the cry;
"He'll guide the good old ship of
And Veep the Union strong and
3. lie looks to heaven where ancestors
Behold the hero tried in wars.
And vows with patriotic pride
"The Comtitution is my guide.
4. "No North, no South, no Eeast.no
Shall each by other be oppressed;
The murmurs of the palm and pine
In one grand anthem shall combine."
5. The vow resounds; from main to main
Again shall truth and justice teign;
Upheld shall be the people's cause,
The Constitution and the laws.
(Published by request.)
M. Aug. 4th, 1880.
Pardon my liberty in writing
to you, but hearing your name men
tioned by a friend of mine I thought I'd
write to you, mv Idea is not Matrimo
ny it is to open a Correspondence
witch I hope will meet with yodr ap
'proval. Pleas answer Immediately
and let me know. Address Miss Lady,
slipper M. Centre Co. Penna.
P. S. if you can answer by next mail.
A. august oth.
my dear, butifool Mis ladyslipper i am
so werry bleesed wis your ledder, dat i
anser the next male, (but kant rite
mutch for if mj daddy wood ketch me
writing ledders to you be wud gif me
a good thrashing, but my deer little
mis hunny, dont be discurriged, ifcusfc
haf pashens fur about 10 or 12 Veers
and den i will rite vou such sweet let
ters.ven I haf better eddycashun. don't
rite no more ledders, lather may git
dem in de Post offis and reed dein and
give me a licken in de bargen and make
me kry so. and you too. yure frent,
DEMOCRATIC. MASS MEBtflNGh
A Democratic Mass Meeting will be
held in the Court House, Bellefonte,
next Tuesday evening. Eminent speak
ers fro m abroad will be present tospeak.
Our owu Gov. OtiHln will also address
! tlte meeting. It is hojped there will be
j a full turn out from all paits of the
HARVEST noM*.—There will be
held at Spring Mills, Centre Co. Pa.,
on Thursday,. August; 26th 1880, a
grand Harvest Home Picnic., An
excursion is expected from tluion
county by special train and it is hoped
that the people of Centre county will
(dm out in force and give them a hearty
recepion, such as was extended to us
by them on former occasions. Several
bands of music will bo present.
—The local executive committee for
the Spring Mills Harvest Home Pienic
have (uissed the following resolution:
itisbbLVKD.—That no'publie speaking
upon any subject shall be permitted upon
the picnic grotind on the 26 th of August
—THE MILLREIM RANOOCIV CLUB
has ordered a lot of torch lights for its
members and expect to ftbve them in
time for the big meeting in Belletonte
next Tuesday evening.
Rev A. D. Rowe, late Lutheran
missionary in India, will preach at
Laurelton next Sunday morning, and
in the afternoon and evening at Hart
—Mr. D. C. Stilie, of Tyrone, and J.
G v Kurt*, Esq., of Milton, were among
6m callers last week, They are of our
OF THIS OANDlDtoflif.
Messrs. Ilubba'rd Brothers, 732 ?
Chestnut street, Philadelphia, are the
publishers of Vlfe lives of Gen. Winfield
S, Hancock ,by Col. John W. Forney,
and Gen. James A. Garfield, by Gen #
James S. Brisbin. Both these books
are well and carefully written and may
safely be accepted as antbentic, baying
the sanction respectively of the candi
dates themse Ives. They are finely il
lustrated, gotten up to good style and
sold to subscribers only for the small
sum of S2.CO. Each subscriber will
also be furm&bed gratis with a cam
paign songs f&ro'f arty songs, adapted,
for club and mass meetings. We
recommend these books to the readers
of the Journal Without hesitation.
Our friend J. R. YaoOrmer, is the
sole'&gent for Centre county and is
now engaged in canvassing Penus and
Brush vail eys. When he comes around
to'&le you give him a hearty shake of
the hand, a good dinner if he is in
season and subscribe for ooe of his
books. . - :
SPRING MILLS tfISMS.
Bingpman & Grenoble, tinners, have
a good run of business.
Phil % Shook purchased a building
lot frodi John Minnich and intends to
ereet a bouse thereou at once. Come
Rev. Jas. D. Wilson and family from
New York, are visiting here. Mr.
, Wilson will deliver a lecture in Gren
oble's nail next Saturday evening.
The Spring Mills School will hold its
annual Pic-nic on Saturday.
The Harvest Home Basket Pic-nto
for the season will be held oa the 2Gth
at Spring Mills. The people from ad
joining counties are exp ecteA to partic
Wbitmer Bros, and Jttcop McCool
have bought a tract of timber land from
Col. J. P. Coburn for SIBOO. They
expect tC 'dffeit a steam saw i&ilt, bouse
and barn on it by New Year.
l&BWS FROM BRUSH.
Black-berries are plenty in eastern
Mr. and Mrs. Jared IlarpW- of Belle
fonte are in tdton at present enjoying
the hospitalities of friends.
Our select school is well patronized-
Upwards of forty are in attendance.
Students from many parts of Ofetre as
well as from several places in Clinton
The "superb" soldier is all right
with us, and —Ob, excuse raw for al
luding to politics under t fie head of lo
Mr. John Bressler is our champion
snake killer so far. It was a Mack one
and measured over Six. [The writing
is so indistinct just here that we can
not say whether it is six inches, six
feet or six yards, and so we leave the
choice of size entirely to the reader.
Of course we all attended camp-meet*
ing on Sunday and enjoyed it very
much. The crowd was very great and
the inquiry arose with me just how ma
ny came for the purpose of worshiping
God... I don't believe that one out of
ten came for any such purpose.
Qeo. A Frank and L. H. Leitzeli,
.Will soon leave for Philadelphia, the
former to attend lectures at' Jefferson
Medical College, the latter to attend at
some. Dental scboo l , Both are estima
ble young men and we wish thera much
Col. Henry Boyer, who is over four
score, lost the sight of one of his eyes.
It was caused by a stubblebeing thrust
into it some time ago. It has affected
his general health so much.that his
friends doubted Aisrecovery for a time,
but he is recruiting and his family is
again very hopeful. May he yet live
•. A Painter's TerttWe Fall
Special Dispatch to THFTIMW.
• X'LTONA; August ft.- A frighful ac
cident occured hejre about.
eight thin morpiog. .-A 'man named
James P. Wills* who was painting the
spouting at the Otobj? sixty feet
from the ground, had Jumped twice
across the I 'ojWitig the roofs
of the two wings of the building, be
neath which a court. ,Not heed
ing the warnings of a fellow-workman
on the third attempt to lump over his
feet slipped and fell into A be
low, his head Striking the pavement,
llis skull was fractured and he died af
ter a few convulsive gasps, lie was
a married man and was about thirty
four years old. llis brotSHer met'fefc al
most similar death by a fall from one
of the Philadelphia Centennial build
ings in 1676 while painting.
EXAWIMTIONS OF TBAOH
ERS FOR 1880.
Tlie Examinations of Teachers for
the Schools of Centre Conty will be
lield as specified in this announcement.:
Bellefonte, Tuesday* Aygpst 24.
L'lulipsbiirg and PhiUpsburg,
Wednesday, Aug. 2A
Taylor, Hannah Furnace, Thursday,
Worth, Port Matilda, Friday, August
27. " y.y\
Huston. Julian Saturday,'
Alfgifit 28. " ' " '
Snow Shoe and Burnside, Snow Shoe,
Tuesday Afefe. 31. .
Unionville * and Utiion, Unionville,
Wednesday, Sept. 1.
Milesburg and . Hoggs, Milesburg,
Thursday, Sept. 2.
Liberty, Eagleville, Friday Sept 3.
Walker, Huolertburg, Monday, Sept. 6.
Howard and Curtin,lloward, Tuesday,
September 7. v.* ><r , ,
Marion, Jacksonville, Wednesday,
Spring, Valentine's School nouse,
Thursday, Sept. 9. • •'
Benner, Knox' Sohpol House, FriditY,
Patton, Waddle's School-Hopae, Tues
day, Sept. 14.- ,r ,
Halfmoon, Stormftown. Wednesday,
Sept. 15. 71- .J2' f ,
Ferguson, Pine Grdve, Thursday, Sept.
16.. . *
College, LemOht, Fnffiky. Sept. 17.
Harris, Boalsburg, Saturday, Sept. is.
Haines, Aaronsburg, Monday, Sept. 20.
Millhelra and Pterin, *!il!lelm, Wes
day.Sept. 21: 1
Greggrenn Hall, Wednesday, Sept.
99 D . ..
Potter, Centre nail, Thurshxy, Sept.
Miles, Rebcrshurg, Saturday, Sept. 25.
• A special ejWttftrfctiOn to fill vacan
cies wtM be held at the superinten
dent's office, Bebefouti, Friday, Oc
tober 8; but applicants must come rec
ommended by at least four directors of
the districts Ju which they intend to
teach, K reason for not having
attended the examination.
Examinations ,<jaCh day will com
mence at 9A. M.; applicants will have
f6 present in time, of the
directors 6bonld also be pi'esent in time
to make out a list of applicants tO be
•11. Co. Supt.
Rebersburg, PH., July 21,1880.
Jury List for Ammst Court. '
! GRAND >tpOM.
Ilarri—Henry Potter. G. B. Jack, D. Keller.
Phillpsburg—C T Fryberger, O G Pottsgrove,
J N Otsnanova.
Bellefonte—R M'Knlght, J Kllngor, G W Jack
son. W I. .Steele.
MUca—S M Spangler.
Lllierty—J A Rtov-r.
i College—R Kendal.
Haines—T Edmonds, B F Bunt.
| Snow Shoe—W Stowart, Jr.
i Walker—Wm Zerby.
Potter— Dr. Jacobs.
| Curtin—J no M'Ciosky. ...-
Unlonrllle—A T ' *
Bellefonte—Wra Ildrptr, J Irrht, Jr., J AM
> in. Jl' Harris. ?*-, C,r- j • ,
Spring-*! F Burtlx, Geo GarbHck, G W Lone
karger. Thomas T hearer.
Miles—Wm Balr, I>aniel Museer, H Srauli, Mich
Bierly, Emanuel liarter.
Harris —G W Campbell, C Durst, H Meyers, Jr.
Walker—l> A Diet rick.
Snow shoe—R GiMland, W F llolt, J A Thorn p
Haloes—Mich Plodler, f 'tfUotz.
Half Moon—A Stine, Is Beck.
Howard boro —(J Wis tar.
Howard—f W Gardner.
Ferguson—Dsn DrelbelhJs, J I, Musser, C B
Hess, I) W Miller. C Dantey.
Penn—D Krtle, Benj Kerstetter.
Patton—o C Beck.
Union—B Shipley, A Calhoun.
Benner—A Y Wngnet;, Wm Close, Jas Carson.
Milesburg—C D Jones.
Hoggs—D P Shope,
J Coflejje— Wra M'Glrk. . .
TRAVERSE JURORS—SECOND WEEK.
Rush—B Coyle, W J Jackson.
Fergusoh—F Hottorf.Jae Keller, D Deunis, 8
J Gates, G Kichllne, c ,, .
Haines—.Jonathan Krape, T G Ehrhart.
MMesburg—A T Boggs. ' ' '
Hnstoti—J P Turner, G W Woodring.
Penn—J H Frank. Dan Hosterman.
Bellefonte—J Bracliblil, L';JU Brown, F P Green.
Boggs—G Noll, J, Walters.
Gregg—Jac F Human, H A Krumrine, I J
Grenoble, •• , ' <
Walker— W H Yearlck, John Zimmerman.
Spring—Ed Woods. 1
Liberty—W N Bltner. .
Union—J ID-ederick. '
Howard—M Fletcher, IC Leathers.
Phillpslmrg—A 8 Graham.
Potter—las M*Cornilck, Joe Wagner, Jr.
Hiilfmoon—W 8 Gray.
Benner—D llouser. .
On "SurMAy evening the 15th inst., at the Re>
formed parsonage, Aaronsburg, by Rev. C. W.
E. Siegel, Mr. Abner H. Acker of Anronsburg,
to Miss.-adte J, Wagner of Hartleton, Union
Co., Pa.. ■
On tlie 15th inst., at Logansrille, Clinton Co.,
*by Bev. John ToiuUnson, Mr. B. F. Klepper of
Booiievilie, and Mrs. Paulina Held, of Logans
On tlie Bth inst., Mills, Delia Jane
Fetterdlf, daughter of JElias. FetteroU, aged 13
years, 3 months and. 23 days.....
On the .12th inst.. In Hninee township, John
Hdttler, aged 76 years, 11 ntbh'ths atSi 2 days.
800 STY, PAY FOR RATIONS, NEW AND HONORA
RLE DISCHARGES, A0 INCRKASRU PENSIONS Ob
ithy kind entities jrou to a pension
• Widows and heirs, - fathers and mothers are
now entitled. ,• T> ?
Write at once for new laws, blaaks aud iu
i strnctlons, with two stamps. Address.
Lock Box 314, W aslilugton, b. C. i
IQBO. BEOS3I±iVR3I -1880.
To friends in Poins and Brash Valleys!
DRY GOODS HOUSE
IN CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA IS THE GREAT
BEE iiil BEE
mvE mm, HIVE;
Store of Lock Haven.
Which is nob Opening thrVhtni Stock for!' 6>e Spring of ItSO
which is simply Immense in all its Departments.
30,505 tards Bleached and Uablexchei Muslins,
t , • % '• j •,
C ■ 0--~" 6 ■ % * 0' 3 o O ■ 1 O 1 Q- ~6" "0 o o A
; CALICOS; I ;SHIRTINGS
O _-o_o 16^—-O O--O ——-O ~ 6—O 0 6
A larse stock of 10-4, 0-4, 6-4, 5 4 UTICA BLE ACHEB aud SHEETINGS •.mid PILLOW CASINGS
300t Tards Wood Calleo 1 Fast Colore. Beautiful Styles, • Cents a Yard. .
Tlie Largest Stock of TABLE LINENS ever showu iti this City at old price*. 500 TO WELB at 25 Cents, worth
Cents. 35 Bleached all LINEN NAPKINS at $2.05, worth $3.40. 1$ inch TWILLKD HMAVT* TOWELLING,
1000 Tards of Summer Pan tings,
Botigtft early in January, since which time they have advanced 2C per cent., but will be sold at old prices oRi year ago.
2,000 Yards All-Wodl Cassimeres,
French Wagonals and Shirtings, 1,000 Y&rdfe BKtck all wool Cashmeres.
Cheaper than ever. 2000 yards Beautiful Spring Cashmeres at 15 cents, worth 20. French Momle Cloths, Full Line of
French ail Wool Buntings in Plain and Lace Goods. Sillc Grenadines, French Organdie and Linen Lawns, nice patterns.
500 YARDS BEAUTIFUL SUMMER SILKS
At 50 55 and 00 cents a yard. Tlie Largest, Handsomest, Cheapest lot! of Plain and Brocade, Black and Coloted|Silkß
ever shown. Large lot of Ladies' Coats at Half Price. The handsomest Stock of
BRUSSELS AND INGRAIN CARPETS
In this section of the State. Large lot of Window Shading and Fixtures. 1,500 tts. Cotton and Wool Carpet Chain.
#MBIHBIf 1.1 IkTfl of Penns and Brush VaUdVf Should avail themselves of the advantages we are now 6f
■j I I I Mj J\| ferinjr, by buving their goods early at the BEE HIVE. Thanking my Patrons for
ii ■ ■ ■ ■li w liberal patronage in 1878, we hope by continuing to keep only first-class goods,
with a full assoitment of all the Novelties of the Season ; by representing goods on
MERIT ONLY, and seHing at LOWEST POSSIBLE Pit ICES to nprtt even a much larger ikare of the patronage in 1880,
■ as we have decided advantages over ever? competitor On account of The immense quantities we*buy. IQuBPECIAL IN
DUCEMENTS to Large Buyers and trade from a distance. jQrOBDEBS BY MAIL WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
ATTENTION. THE PL ACE.
The Ghfeat Bee Hive Dry Goods House*
IaOCK HAVEN, PA .
J. I SVEREtT, Proprietor.
WAXTKB.—SO,OOO pounds of Wool ih exchange or for cash at the Bee Hiye Store.
Mill helm Market.
Corwrtoil every WednesUtxy by Gephart
Wheat Ko.l 22
• Wheat No. ... :.. JM
Bats White 3*
Biickwlieut , yj
Bran A Short,pei ton
Salt, per Brl , *'fr
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
1 Soay*. 5
COAL MARKET. ,
Pea * 3-8o
R. GJSPHAKT D. A. XUBSEB
aEfSAET i xussts
MILLHEIM, P A
Highest market pflce paid for all kinds of
Delivered either at the BRICK MILL or at the
old MUSSRR MILL, in MILLHEIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy
A share of the pnblie patronage respectfully
FOR THE! CAMPAIGN.
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Af*H>r In puree, may read tiw news dutlng
the great political struggle of 1810, the Daily
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