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It * fitlMm Journal.
THURSDAY, JUNE 9., 'Bl.
DEIMIGER & BIMILLER,
Editors and Proprietors.
—Building & Loan Association meets
next Monday eveniug. If you want
money just dirt cheap come along.
—Two of Lewisburg's hotel keepers,
J. S. P. Weidensanl and Levi Uromly,
sue under prosecution for selling liquor
—The harsh aspect of tho autumnal
gray, which betokens the shady side of
life, is easily modified by the use of
Ayer's Ilair Vigor.
—J. W. Snook is building a valuable
addition to >nd otherwise improving
his Peim Street property. Jake handles
himself about as lively as 'any man we
—Jacob Springer, our barber goes in
for improvements. lie sports a brand
new, large mirror in bis shop. Its a
fine dressing glass, and a splendid or
—Much rain and very cool weather
since our last issue, but we are trying
to shift along as best we can. The
candidates keep matters warm notwith
standing clouds and rain.
—lt will lie seen that several real
good clever fellows have again joined
our noble army of candidates. Tho
Democracy of Centre county never had
a better sett of men to select its of
ficers fruen than it has this year.
—About 250,997 cabbage, tomato and
pepper plants were inserted into the
ground, roots Chinaward, in our young
city, the other Wednesday morning.
Any man who dares to doubt our
word about the matter is at liberty to
take the census himself.
—Precious, gracious, refreshing and
seasonable rains occurred hist week,
too late to notice in the paper, but
timely enough to give vegetation a
vigorous puslj. But are we all as
grateful to kind Providence lor it as
—THE EXCELSIOR DYE WORKS at 1
Lewisuurg turns out first class work.
Shawls, dresses and men's garments
will be colored and pressed iu best
style. Mr. Jacob Wolf is agent for
Centre county. Goods left at the
Journal office will be attended to. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. tf
MUSICAL COLLEGE.— This celebrated
institution for the study of vocal and
Instrumental music will begin a ses
sion of six weeks, on Monday, August
Address F. C. MOYKR,
Director Musical College,
Freeburg, Pa. It
—lr. the line of the smaller articles
that enter into the make |up of man's
attire, Lewin has the largest, best
cheapest, assortment of hats, caps,
collars, ties, suspenders, hosiery,&c,
everibrought to Centre county. Don't
fail to call and see for yourself when
ever you go to Bellefonte. 2t
/—Brother Sehoch, of the Telegraph,
dropped into our sanctum one evening
last week, robbed us of just 19 seconds
of precious time, left, promising to call
again, which he failed to do. Now
that's just the way a. Wolfish, republi
can editor can act away from home.
We haye a great mind to stop calling
him brother, nevei to visit him again,
and pretend that we never knew or
heard of piim, should we accidentally
chance to meet him on tlia train.
—The Millheim Marble Woiks are
haying a fine run of custom. Cause
and effect are here just as simple as can
be. Better work and more reasonable
prices can not be found in this section
of the state. Besides this the Millheim
Works have enjoyed the confidence of
the public these many years. People
know that the proprietors deal fairly
and honorably with their customers.
They do not impose on people with
low grade stock and inferior work. tf
—Commencement festivities of Lewis
burg University begin on Friday, June
21th, ending with corporation Dinner
and President's Levee, Thursdaj, the
29th. Tuesday evening the 28th,
Senator Mitchell will deliver the ora
tion before the University. Wonder
why "Don" did'ut get that job. Hope
he don't feel slighted and mad about
it. For our part we don't care much
who makes the speeches, but feel very
curious to know what a "corporation
dinner" really is. Could not our ed
itorial brethren down there shape us a
ticket V We promise in advance to do
full justice to the subject.
The revised New Testament has
been given to the world by the com
mittee. win for ten year 3 have been
laboring upon it. There is nothing
startling in the revised edition that
did not appear in the old one. The
changes, though many, are mostly in
the wording of sentences. It will be
accepted by many and rejected by
many. In after years it will doubt
less come into general use. As a
monument of work the translation de
serves praise. To the pious men who
did the work let all praise be given.
As an accepted, uncontiadicted 13ibJe
it will hardly be a success. Old
fashioned Christian people will turn
over new pages with a critical, frien
ly interes:. They will find many
tliing3 to note and admire. But these
pages will never take the place of the
Bible consecrated to the Protestant
heart by centuries of affection, con
solation and reveiptice.— Bx.
—The Millheim School Board makes
a pood showing in its annual statement.
All debts paid and $208.98 in the treas
ury. (See posters.)
The yonn% ladles of the State of Maine have
recently formed themselves; into n society for
mutual improvement and protection. Among
the resolutions adopted at a regular meeting,
we And the following:
"J"L uit wo will reccivo the attention of no
self-styled young gentleman, who lias not
learned some business or engaged in sonic
steady employment, for It is apprehended that
after the bird is caught it may starve in the
cage. That we will promise marriage to no
young man who is In the habit of tippling, for
we are assured that his wife will come to want
and his children go lure footed. That we will
marry no young man who is not a true patron
of his neighborhood paper, for It Is not only u
strong evidence of his want of intelligence, but
that be will prove too stingy to provide for bis
family, to educate his j children, or encourage
institutions of learning in his comma.lity.
It would indeed be a blessing if
Pennsylvania young ladies were as
level-headed on this important mutter
e.s those of Maine. Hero any good-for
nothing, lazy tmmmcr and loafer can
get a wife easy enough. Very many
of our girls seem to have only mar
riage on the brain. Tho holy state is
entered into with scarcely a thought
about its duties and responsibilities—
in utter disregard of c' uraeter, habits,
means of support or proper age. The
results are apparent on every hand.
Young and hasty mairiages, a stormy
honeymoon, a scandal, a sep nation as
thoughtless as was the marriage. Tho
eyil is a great and growing one. But
what is tho matter—wheie tho fault
what tho remedy? If there is no spon
taneous improvement in this impor
tant matter the good of society will sno i
require some rigid laws on the subj *ct.
Let our young ladies take the matter
In hand themselves and follow the good
example of their fair sisters in Maine.
—lt don't.make the least bit of dif
ference how many candidates come out
for the different county offices, Lawin,
of tho Philadelphia Branch Clothing
Store, Bellefonte, is entirely prepared
to su'l them all with clothing suitable
for warm weather and a hot campaign.
All candidates should avail themselves
of the bargains Lew intCiis n cam
paign suits. * 2t
An old farmer in Jackson township
this county, has for several years
already been suspected of having a
large sum of money stowed away in
his house somewhere—believed to be
about $2,000. A few weeks ago he
came to town and deposited his money
in the First National Bank. He had
become uneasy, and said he wanted
everybody to know that lie 110 longer
kept his money about his premises.
But instead of $2,000, ho had over
$1,000; and instead of havi lg ha I his
money stowed away in tho house, he
had it for a long time already conceal
ed in his hog pen where the mice got
at it .and nibbled some of it.
that the mice got at it and the danger
of keeping so much money about,
finally induced him to put it in bank.—
West Branch Campmeeting.
The thirteenth annual session of the
West Branch Campmeeting will com
mence on the 9th of August, and close
on the 19th of the same month. The
grounds will be open for occupancy on
July 1. Persons desiring tents can be
accommadated by addressing the sec
retary, .T. B. G. Kinsloe, Lock Jlaven.
Excursion tickets over the Pennsyl
vania, Philadelphia and Erie, North
ern Central and Bald Eagle Valley
railroads will be issued as heretofore.
The Old Musket was Loaded.
BALTIMORE, May 3.).—This after
noon Jacob IT. Freeburger, aged nine
years, was fat Tly shot by Charles Der
ling, aged twelve, years. The gun
used was an old musket, and Derling
was ignorant of its being loaded.
Several boys were playing soldiers iu
an old cellar of a neighbor's house, and
Freeburger was looking through the
wiridiw. Derling pointed the musket
at him, and pull'mg the tiigger, to his
amazemcyit and horror, the weapon
was discharged and young Freeburger
fell dead. Tho entire right side of
his head was blown off.
Drinking a Quart of Liquor
CHICAGO, May 27.— At one o'clock
this morning a young German named
Ilenry Graft entered a saloon in the
northwestern part of the city, and,
calling for a pint of whisky, swallowed
it. He then bet five dollars with the
saloon-keeper the ho could drink *a
quart of the same liquor without stop
ping. He did so, but before lie could
turn around he dropped to the lloor
and in a few moments was dead. The
saloon-keeper was held this morning
for the action of the grand jury.
Arrested for Insulting Women.
JERSEY CITY, May 29. --Chief of
Police Murphy, of this city, having re
ceiyed numerous complaints lately of
young men who stand on the street
corners and insult ladies as they pass
List evening detailed fifty officers in
citizen's dress to arrest all such per
sons. They arrested forty and the
prisoners were fined by Judge Peloubet
The man who is carious to know
how the world would get along with
out him can find out by sticking a
cambric needle in a mill pond and then
withdrawing it and Rooking at the
Do Monopolies Endanger the
lion. Jeremiah S. Black, ex-Judge of
the Supreme JCourt and ex-Attorney-
General of the United States, recently
"All public men must lake their
side on this question. There can be no
neutrals, lie that is not for us is u
gainst us. Wo must have legal pro
tection against these abuses. This
agitation once begun, and the magni
tude of the grievance being understood,
it will force our rulers to gi vousa
remedy against it. The monopolies
will resist with all their arts aml in
lluence, but fifty millions of people, in
process of time, will learn the impor
tant fact that they are tlCty millions
Governor Gray, of Indi ma, in a ipus
sage to tho Legislature of that State
in January last, said:
"In my judgment tho republic can
not live long in lhe atmosphere which
now surrounds tho ballot-box. Mon
eyed corporations, to secure favorable
legislation for themselves, are taking
an active part in elections by furnish
ing large sums of money to corrupt the
voter and purchase special" privileges
from tho Government. If mosey can
control the decision at the ballot-box it
will not be long until it can control its
This is in entire accordance with the
vieW3 of Daniel Webster, who said:
"Tne freest government cannot long
endure, where the tendency of the law
is to create a rapid accumulation of
property in the hands of few, and to
render tho masses of the people poor
Tho lb ess, with tl>o exception of
that portion which is owned or sub
sid zed, are with tho people in Ibis
fight. The New York Times (Rep.),
under date of May 19, in an article re
garding the encroachments of corpo
rate power, says:
'•lt is not only absorbing to itself the
fruits of labor and the gains of trade
and piling up wealth in the hands of
the few, but it is controling legislation
and endeavoring to sway the decisions
of courts in its own interest. We are
now at a stage in the contest wheie
lire people may vindicate their author
ity and place these corpoiations under
the regulation of law."
A blacksnake measuring sixteen feet
was recently killed near Carrolltown,
Cambria county. It had long been
the terror of the neigbb alio )d.
Vennor says Jure will be warm to
the 11th, then cold to thn 20th; frosts
on the 22nd and 23; 21 to the 2Glh hot.
July, cold on the -Ith, sth, 9th, 11th,
13th, 17th, 25th and 27th. August,
4th and sth will be coll. In Septem
ber the centre of tho month will be
the warmest part. October will be
warm and cold. November will be
muddy with light frosts. December
will bo the warmest ever known.
Advancing years,care, -irkness, dhapio!nt
ment. and hereditary predispo-irion—all oper
ate to turn the hair gray, an I either of tlnnn
inclines I: to .she. l prematurely, aykk's Ham
VIGOH will restore faded or gray, light or red
hair to a rich brown or deep black, as may be
desired. It sift-?ns and cleanses the scalp,
id vie git healthy action. It removes and cures
dandruff and humors. By it- use falling hair
is checked, and a new growth will le produo
ed in all cases where the folicles :uo not 'e
stroved or the glands decayed. Its effects are
beautifully shown on brasny. weak, or siekly
hair, "ti which a few applications will produce,
a gloss and freshness of youth. Harmless and
ure i its operation, it is incomparable as a
re.ssi mr, and is especially valued for the soft
ustre and richness of tone it Imparts. It con
tains neither oil nor dye, and will not soil o
color white cambric; yet it lasts long on the
hair, and keeps it fresh and vigorous.
Fou Sale by all Dealkhs
On the Ist inst.. in flregg township, John
Kern, aged G6years, 11 months and 3 days.
On the 13th ult., in Logausville, Mrs. Sarah
F. Dclong, aged 31 years, 1 month and IS days.
On the 19th ult., at the residence of Mr.
Ilenry Spyklcr, Elllgham Co. 111., Mr. Frank
Sankey and ?.IDs Mat tie E„ daughter of Jonas
Coiulo, of Penu Hall, Pa.
Corrected every Wednesday by Gophort
Wheat No l- r 8
Wheat No. 2 95
oats White 35
Oats, Clack 32
Floor 5 4°
Bran & Shorts, per ton 8 1 0
Salt, per Jirl 1.<5
Plaster, ground „„ 10.00
Cement, per Bushel 4o to ,n
Eggs '. I-
Dried Apples 3
Dried Peaches 19
Egg Coal $5.50
Stove " 6-7r>
Chestnut 44 5-30 I
lea 4 4.0
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Which renders life a burden and fi
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by this remedy. Stiff and 3wollen
joints aro restored to their natural
IIA single application gives relief. Cas
les of the longest standing are peima
nently cured by a single bottle.
in every case. Money refunded tc
any one not relieved after a fair trial.
For sale by all first class druggists.
I PRICE 50 CENTS.
I RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO. 1
t' ' PITTSBURGH, PA.
i car Send for statement of cures.
| DH. MINGLE,
PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON,
Main Street, Milllieiiu, P.i
JOHN P. BARTER,
Ollico on 2ml story of Tomlinson's
Grocery Store, on Main Street,
FASHIONABLE P/COT & SHOEMAKER,
Shop next door to Foote'sstore, Main St.
BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS
made to order, and satisfactory woik
guaranteed. Repairing dono prompt
ly and cheaply, and in a neat style.
J 0. SPRING-EE,
Next door to Journal Store,
(Opposite Court House.)
11. BROCKKUIIOFK, WM. McKEKVER,
Good saroplo rooms on first floor.
Free Bus to and from all trains.
Special rates to Jurorsand Witnesses.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
J- (Central Hotel in the City,)
Cou. MAIN AND JAY ST.,
Lock Haven, Pa.,
S.WOODS CAL WE LL, PROPRIETOR
Godffuntfls Hams for Cjinmerclal Traveler
on first floor.
UITS JUST RECEIVED AND UNPACKED s
HATS My New Spring- Stock of H ifS
HITS MILLINBE/Y C3-OOID3, nm
Whlcli Embraces all the new styles and colors, Including the very fashlonab'e
HATS LEGIIOHN, FKEXCII CHIP, AMEUICAN CHIP, BTUAW, PORCUPINE, TUSCAN U
HUS BUALD, AC., which I have in great varioty, at my store nATS
lim PENN SRTEET, MILLHEIM, PA. mjs
I,ATd I can suit all purses as I sell both cheap and costly goods. H
Trimmed Ilats and Bonnets, Untrimmed Goods. Silk Trimmings, HAT5 *
HATS Artificial Flowers, and everything desirable in my line. Your trade re- ,IATS
HATS spectfully solicited. MBS. ANNA M. WEAVEK. HATS
The Model Grocery.
8. P. KEKSTETTER,
MARKET STREET, LEIISB'JRS, 1 PA.
Dealer in first class Groceries of all
kinds, Flour and Feed, Wood and
Queenswarc a Speciality. •
I sell a White Granite Tea Sett , 4G
pieces, for f 300. All olh'T Queens ware
Just received the finest lot of China
Ware ever brought to this place.
If you come to Lewlsburg don't
fail to give ton a call and get the best
fh it gains you ever had.
IJUI Dyspa" R Mpstion,
And all troubles arising therefrom, H
such asSßjlfcy®<S?£i Siclc Headache, Dis- B
tress after Eating, Acidity of the B
Stomach, Flatulency, Live; and B
Kidney Complaint, Torpid ju
Liver .mgf&m Constipation. Piles, B
Aches in aKfrttjg he Back and Limbs, B
It b the best Blood Purifier ir B
the World. Guaran- KsSjifl teed by all B
Druggists to give per- ASr feet satis- B
faction or money as refunded. B
Try it. Our Vital- izingl
Tonic Bitters, —the \sfirJ best ap- B
petizer in the World. Call for them. |
D. R, V. G. Mfg. Co., Prop's, (&&&&
ItU Wwhitogtan St..
C. H. Crittatoa, 115 Fulton Strset.^QSßPll
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Dry Goods House of Lock Haven for
SPRING | SUMMER
110 JulLr (S3
A ever since the establishment of this great Dry Coeds lit Use hav* we
done such an extensive business as we have done tnis spring. Y.'c wilt in
a few days open our fourth immense stick for the Spring and Summer of
188 J. The people of Lock Haven, Clinton and Centre counties are
showing their great appreciation of the wonderful bargains wc arc offer
ing in our entire stock. First class goods, only honest dealing, no misre
presentations and low prices always win. This is the motto on which we
have built up our enormous I aide and will here say that wc fully appreci
ate the liberal patronage of the Peoph in sustaining a first class Dry
Goods Store in Lock Haven, which if has been our hit able ejfo t for some
years to ab/ish.
is espcci dig attractive and excels any effort we ever made in Fineness of St'jck, Jlkh- j
ncss of J'attcrns and in its rjrcnl variety.
500 YARDS BEAUTIFUL j
at -10, 45 and 50 ete per yard, J'eautiful Jilack Dress Sills at 7 > cts a yard.
Heavy*, G ros drain at 1- warrantcjl.not to crack or wear glosscy. Jkaulifa J I fa
cades in Jilack and all Colors. All colors of Satins and lircss Seles. 1 IM yards
Uisl Lawns in Jiannanls from 3to 15 yds. 9 c ts, worth 15 tie.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF
Black and Colored Cashmeres
ever shown in Isick Haven at astonishingly low prices, and all the new Styles <f
Dress Goods to be found in any city store. 50 > yards of the best. Jointings for .Men
and Hons' wear, ever shown in this city. 100A) yds 11 cached and Ur >icn Muslins
to be sold of wholesale prices. fiOOO yds best Cdi oID trr inted fast colors at 4} els.
Great bargains in Table Line", Tickings and TotcUngs. tkc. 2 0 Parasols 1.5 per
cent less than usual price. 10)0 P >irs Lilies L'slc Thrca-l and Hid Gloves at
prices that will astonish my one who is ju.lyc of their value. An immense stock (J
Slockiiij8 t Laces, liibbtes, tic.
CARPETS, CARPETS, CARPETS.
Fever was there shown t n Lock lfarcn such a stock of Hotly llrussels Tapestry
llrnsscl, 3 ply and Ingrain Carpet, as we show this season and our trade is really
immense on them. JUauttful Carpets from 20 cts. a yard upwards.
Come. See and be Convinced
that the Bee Hive Star a offers decided advantage
over every store in Central Pennsylvania in every
thing in the dry goods line. Everybody welcome
to the BEE HIVE, 65 MAIN STREET,
LOCK HAYEK, PA.
J. J. EVERETT,
\VA NT ED: 10000 lbs. good tub wnbltcd wool for cash or *(Z'!unge fur Ihcse
Every wapoi. built of first-class stock nut by
expert inecnanlts. All work wurnuited. Re
pairing promptly attended to. Luc public pa
tronage is respectfully solicited. ob-1 y
P. GEPHABT. 1). A. 311SSER
GEPHART & MUSSSR
Highest market price paid for all kinds of
Delivered cither at the BIUCK MILL or at the
old MUSSEIt MILL, in MILLIIEIM.
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
Always on hand and sold at prices that defy
A share of the public patronage respectfully
GILMORE & CO""
LAW S COLLECTION H'M,
G29 F Street, Washing on, D. C.
Make Collections, Ne?rofi ile Loans and at
tend to ail business confided to them. LANI>
j BCKU\ Soldier's Additional Homestead liiybt
and LANG WALUANTS bought and sold.
STEAM DTE WORKS I
All kinds Silks , MmtTfottoii and
WoM.ttotids /• 1 and finished In* |:w
best si) ie (Jcnls' (o.;ts, Vests an .•
pants dyed c:r cleansed without rl;;-
Ladies' Cloaks, Capes, aid Dresses
cleansed cr dyed to any Ta;ey pattern
where the oiiulnal color Is favorable.
All Kind of Shawls e'eurrd or dyed
and finished in the neatest manner.
My Factory litis .ill ilie machinery ar.d facili
ties of a first class stabii-hnieut of its kind.
My experience in the business extend* over
many >oats. tioth in this country aiul in lUIIO]K\
and *am therefore tumbled to do strictly llrst
chess work at mode rude prices.
THE JOURNAL STORE,
Hi ill.c m, Pa.,
has accepted an aeency from me. All goods
brought t here for dying will be returned fire i
of extra charge.
A TEE EOOT & SHOE MAN jjgj
jpf LOOK HAVEN,
I have a very large stock of
g BOOTS, SHOES, j||
pal Slippers & Ladies
WALKING SHOES, p
>1 just opened up for Spring and |?S5Sj|
.jjsftjj Summer wear. My stock is
ara£a us c,iea P as it was a >" ear MOf
ago, because 1 bought it Hohf
v.- M for cash before the ad- fc *■■■'*
vance, I am tho only
shoe dealer in I oelc EgggS
Iloveli t liat buys tp 4
for cash & pays ■ ™
m B no rent where-
Ei *bP fore lean sell
. WffW you a bet ter ar- H**.-,;
Swa tide for thesame
® ** money than any vS&tf
(live me a call and pJ
vou will te convinced pSI
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