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THUBSDAY, JULY 27., ISB2.
THE MILLHEIM JOURNAL
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lAnrcl & Sunday Scbool Directory.
Us iv? P CWeidcinvcr and JDShortens French's
Rev. T. Weldemeyer will preach next Sun
day morning. German.
Sunday School, IS r - M.—l\ L. Zerby, Supt.
Missionary Society meets on the second Mon
day evening of each month.
Rev. Far man Adams Preacher-in-chargc.
Preaching next Sunday evening
Sunday School at L'' P. M.— John I\ import,-Supt.
Rev. Zteinpli A. Yeariel\ Pastor.
Rev. Z. A. Yeavick will preach .in |;he M. 12.
Church next Sunday at 2 o'clock. 1\ M.
Rrv. Shannon, Preacher-i r, ch a rpe.
Quarterly meeting next Sunday. Presiding
Elder Gehlbach is expected to be present,
Rev. Joh;%T\>'nlin*on, Pistar.—
Preaching in Aaro usburg next Sunday after
Ladies' Mite Society meets on the first Mon
day evening of each month.
United Sunday School.
Meets at 9 a.M.—II. K. Luse, Supt.
Loflte & Society Directory.
Mllltmlni I lee, No. 933, I. O. O. F. moots in
Imir hall, IV.su street, every Saturday evening.
Rebecca Degree Mfi'ting every Thursday on
or before the full moon ot each month.
C. \V. IUHTIUN, Sec. W. L. R.itiiiirr, N. G.
Fr< videiice Grange, No. 217 P. of 11.. moots in
Alexander s block ou the second Saturday ot
each month at LJJ. P. M.. and on the fourth Sa
turday of oaII month at P. M.
BL I..ZEMV, sec. T. G. ERH VKP, Master.
The JKHhrim 11. & L. Association moots in
the Penn street school liouse on tlie evening of
the second Monday of each month.
A. WALTER. SEE, B. O. DEININGER, Prest.
The Millbeim Cornet Band meets in the
Town Hall on Monday and Thursday evenings.
J. B. Hart man, Sec. John K rcauier, JTes't.
DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET.
ROBERT E. PATTISON,
For Lieutenant Governor,
CIIAUNCEY" F. BLACK,
For Judge of the Supreme Court,
SILAS M. CLARK,
For Secretary of Internal Affairs,
J. SIMPSON AFRICA
MORTIMER F. ELLIOTT,
Democratic Delegate Election
and County Convention.
The Democratic voters of Centre
county will uieet at the regular place of
holding the general election for their
districts, on SATURDAY, AUGUST 5,
ISS2, to elect delegates to the Demo
cratic County Convention. The elec
tion will open at two o'clock, p. M.,
and close at six o'clock, r. M.
The delegates chosen at the above
time will meet in the Court House, at
Bellefonte, on TUESDAY, the BTII DAY
OF AUGUST, at two o'clock, P.M., to
nominate one candidate for Congress,
subject to the decision of the Congres
sional Conference, one candidate for
State Senator, subject to the decision
of the Senatorial Conference, two can
didates for the Legislature, one candi
date for Jury Commissioner, one candi
date for Coroner, and to transact such
other business, as the interests ot the
party may require.
The number of delegates to winch
each district is entitled is as follows:
Bellefontc, W. W 1 Haines 5
" N. W.. 2 Harris 3
" s. W. 3 Howard - 2
Miiesburg 1 Huston 1
Mill helm 2 Liberty 2
Unionville I'Marion 2
Howard boro 1 Miles fi
Ph-Hpsburg 5 Pat ton 1
Bonner 4 Penn 3
Hoggs 4 Potter, north 3
Hmnside 1: '* south 4
Curtin 2 Rush .'. 4
College 2 Snow Shoe 3
Ferguson, old 3 Spring .. 4
n new 1 Taylor l
Gregg, south 6:Union - 1
" north 2 Walker 5
Hull Moon 1 Worth 1
The delegate elections must bo conducted
strictly in accordonce with the following rules-.
L The Democratic County Convention of Cen
tre county shall bo composed of one delegate
for every fifty Democratic votes polled at the
Presidential or Gubernatorial election next pro
ceeding the convention. The alottinent of del
egates to the S3ver.il election districts In tthe
county shall be made by the Staudiug Commit
tee of the county at its first meeting in every
alternate year succeeding the Presidential and
Gubernatorial elections and shall be in propor
tion to the Democratic votes cast in each dis
trict at such elections.
2. The election for delegates to represent tko
different districts in the annual Democratic
County Convention shall be held at the usual
place of holding the general elections for each
district, on the Saturday proceeding the Second
Tuesday of August, in each and every year, be
ginning at two o clock, p. M., on said day and
continuing uutil six o'clock, P. M. The dele
gates so elected shall meet in County Conven
tion in the Court House, at Bellefonte, ou the
Tuesday following at two o'clock p. M.
3. The said delegate election shall be held by
an election board, to consist of the members of
county committee for each district and two
Other Democratic voters thereof, who shall be
appointed or designated by tlie (Vuut> ( on>.
iniitee. In case any of the persons so eonstitu
ing the board slmll be absent from the place <-f
holding the election for a quarter of an hour af
ter the time appointed by Rule First for the
opening of the same, his or their place or
places shall be filled by an elect ion to be eon.
ducted viva voce, by the Deuioentic voters
prcsenCat the time. .
•1. livery qualified voter of t lie district, who
at the late general election voted the Democrat
ic ticket, shall be entitled to a vote at the dele
gate election; and \ny qualified elcclor of the
district who will pledge bis word of honor to
support the Dem icratie ticket at the next gen
eral election shall be permitted to vote at the
5. The voting at all delegate elections shall be
by ballot: upon which ballot shall be written or
prinred the name or names oi the delegate or
delegates voted for, together with any instruc
tions which the voter may desire to give tie"
delegate or delegates. Kaeh ballot sh all be re
ceived from the person voting the same by a
member of the election board, and by him de
posited In a box or other receptacle provklodfor
that purpose, to w hieh box or other receptacle
no person but members of the board shall have
8. No instructions shall be rec l\*ed or recog
nized unless the same be voted upon the ballot
as provided in lliile Fifth, nor shall such in
structions if vote . upon the ballot, be binding
upon the delegates, utiles- one-half or more of
the ballots shall contain instruct ions concern
ing the sain * office. When ever half or more of
the ballots shall contain instructions concern
! ing any office, the delegates elected at such e
| lections shall be held to bo instructed to sup
! port tno candidate having the highest number
; of votes for such office.
| 7. Each election board shall keep an accurate
; list of the names of all persons voting at such
j elections, when the list of voters togethe with a
i full and complete return of such election, con
taining an accurate statement of the persons o
leoted delegates and all instructions voted,
shall he certified by said board to the county
convention, upon printed blanks to be furnish
ed by the county convention.
S. Whenever from any district qualified Penr
ocratic voters, in numbers equal to five times
the delegates with such district lias In the coun
ty convention, shall complain in writing of an
undue election or false return of delegates or of
instructions, in which complaints the alleged
facts shall be specifically set forth and verified
by the affidavit of one or more persons, such
Complainants shall have the right to contest the
seat of such delegates or the validity of such in
structions. Such complaint shall be heard b> a
committee of five delegates to be appointed by
the president of the convention; which said
committee shall proceed to hear the parties,
their proofs and allegations, and as soon as
may be reported to the convention what dele
gates are entitled to scats therein, and what in -
struetions are binding upon such delegates,
whereupon the convention shall proceed Imme
diately upon the call of the yeas and nays to n
dopt or reject the report of the contesting par
ties: in which call of the yeas and nay the
names of the delegates whose smts are contest
ed or whose instructions are disputed shall be
9. All delegates must reside in the district they
represent In case of absence or inability to
attend, substitutions may be made from citizens
of the district.
10. Delegates must obey the instructions giv
en them by their respect ivc districts, and. if vi
olated, it shall bo the duty of the president of
the convention to cast the vote of such dele
gate or delegates in accordance with the in
structions, and the delegate or delegates so of
fending shall be forthwith cxp lied from the
convention, and shall not lie eligible to any office
or place of trust in the party for a period of
11. In the convention, a majority of all voters
shall bo necessary to a nomination aud no per
son's name shall be excluded from the list of
candidates until after tlie third ballot or vote,
when tlie person receiving the least number of
votes shall bs omitted and struck from the roll,
and so on at each successive vote until a nomi
nation be made.
12. If any person'.vho is a c.and Mate for any
nomination before a county convention shall
be proven to have offered any m oney, or other
valuable thing, or made any promises of a con
sideration or reward to any delegate for his
vole, or to any person with a view of indueing
or securing the votes of d 'legates,'or if the'same
shall be done by any other person with the
knowledge and consent of such candidate, the
nam.' of such ctndidate shall be immediate
ly stricken from the list of candidates; or if
such fact be ascertained his nomination, shall
be struck from the ticket and the vacancy sup
plied by a new nomination, and. in either case,
sncli person shall be ineligible to any nomina
tion by the convention, or to an election as a
delegate thereafter. And In case it shall be al
leged after the adjournment of the convention
that any candidate put in nomination has been
guilty of such acts or of any other fraudulent
practices to obtain such nomination, the
charges shall be investigated by the county
committee, and such steps taken as the good of
party may require.
13. If any delegate shall receive any money or
other valuable thing, or accept the promise of
any consideration or reward to be paid, deliver
ed or secured to him or to any person for such
candidate, as an induce ment for his vote, upon
proof of the fact to the satisfaction of the con
vention, such delegate shall be forthwith ex
pelled. and shall not be receive as a delegate to
'any future convention, and shall be ineligible
to any party nomination.
11. Cases arising under the Stli, 12lh and 13th
rules shall have precedence over all other busi
ness in convention until determined.
15. That the term of the chairman of the county
committee shall begin on the first day of .Janu
ary of each and every year.
IS. That the delegates from the several boro
ughs and townshipsl>eauthorized, in connection
with the chairman of the county committee, to
appoint the members of the committee, for the
various boroughs and townships.
At a meeting of the Democratic County Com
mittee held at Relief onte on Friday, .July 14,
ISS'J, the following committees were appointed
to hold tlio delegate elections on the sth of Au
Bellefontc—N. NV.-W. F. lleber, S. T. Shu
gort, I). Z. Ivline.
Dellefonto—s. \T.—Charles Smith, Jno. Hoff
er. Edward Brown, Jr.
Bellefontc—W. W.—James Schofield.Olie Meek
Howard Borough—Howard] Briekley, 1L A.
Moore, A. J. Weber.
Miiesburg—C. K. Fsslngton, George Campbell
Q. P. Kreamer.
Mlllhoim—A. Walter s, James €. Smith, W. K.
Unionville—J. C. Smith,'B. V. Brisbin, John
Benncr—Uriah Stover, James Henderson, Geo
Hoggs—Charles A. M'Laughlin, Col. J. F.
Weaver, Haste Lyman.*
Burnsido—Wiiliaru H ipplo,Bernard Veideffcr
College—Frank Taylor, James GUliland, Win.
Curtin—Frederick liubb, Michel 1 Leathers,
Ferguson—Old.—A. J. Orendorf, J. F. Krebs,
George W. Homan.J
Ferguson—New.—J. H. Heberiing, D. 11. Kus
cenborder, Levi Walker.
Gregg—South,—M. L. llishet, E. C. Krumrine,
11. B. Herring.
Gregg—North.—Ben J. Liinbert, John ltoss
man, Franklin Yearick.
Haiues—J. Wilson liussel, John J. Orendorf,
Half Moon—A. T. Gray, John Ward, Ellis
Howard—David T.myer, John Glenn, Frank
1 Linton—John Q. Miles, Daniel Irvin, Jerry
Liberty- W. 11. Gardner. Danici i'.itner, Joan
Mariui —J..1. Hoy. Samuel It. Gebig, Lewis
Miles—<le. llaincs, James P. Frawck, An
drew Oekcr. I •
Patton—l). 1,. Meek?!'. A. Sellers, Kphraim
Penn—H. K. Duck, Andrew Stover, Daniel
I'otter—South —George \\ . Spangler, \V illlam
A. Kerr. Joseph Glllilund.
Potter—North—J. Witiner Wolf, Kills Iloiter*
man, Jidin Grove.
Push—William Cullen, John O'Nell, John
Snow shoe—William Haines, MleUnel Haley,
Spring—T. M. lkiruhart. John Gaibriek, John
Taylor-Vinton Reckwlth, Hiram blowers,
I'nlon—Christian Hoover, John 11. Stover, S.
Walker—Andrew Kreamor,'Joseph J. Dunklo
A. A. Fletcher.
Worth— W. G. Morrison, John ltcese, W. U.
By order of the County Committee.
11. A. MCKKK, It. 11. KO'.T STHR,
Sjcreta ry. Ch ai rina n.
PHILADELPHIA, .July 24. —Robert E.
Pattison litis addressed the following
letter to the committee* of the demo
cratic state convention appointed to
notify linn of his nomination as a can
didate for the oftiee of governor:
DEPARTMENT CITV CONTROLI.EK,
PHILADELPHIA, July 24, ISB2—GEN
TLEMEN: 1 have just received your let
ter of July 21, advising me of the ac
tion of the democratic state conven
tion. I accept the nomination for gov
ern or, and if chosen for the office ly
the people 1 will strive to perform its
duties to their sat isfaction.
ROBERT E. PATTISON.
G EX. Beaver in his speech at
Bristol the other day said that
"Don Cameron is not a big man."
This is just what every democrat in
Pennsylvania knows year ago, hut
it is a real pity that a man so clev
er as Cen. Beaver did not discover
the fact before the meeting of the
Chicago convention or even before
the contest /or U. S. Senator. It
would have saved the gallant gener
al heaps of trouble.
GEN. BKYVER seems to be very hope
ful of success if wh at he says is the
candid expression of his mind, and yet
he seems to have mare than enough of
the canvass already and would pay well
to be out of it. At Bristol last week
he expressed the following pointed
words in reference to the matter.
"I have not sought office of any kind, 1 have
not sought tlie office I stand nominated for to
night. I would rather give ten thousand dol
lars tn cash now—if I could mortgage some
tiling, for my bank account wouldn't stand it
—to l>c let alone, to apply niy.-clf to my own
private atfairs, to uiy little family and the
neighbors to whom I am attached and the man
f.icturing interests in which I am concerned
and the profession which I love. But I regard
it as the part of every man to obey when duty
calls him. I have never shirked my duty. 1
did not shirk it in ISOI when the country called
i ts people to arms.''
ORPHANS' CH UT SALE.—By an order is
sued by the < Irphan's Court of Centre Co.
tin- subnet iber will offer at public sale on the
premises at Cobtirn, on
SATUUOAT, ArousT 12TH 1882,
al' that certain lot. containingoue-fourth acre
more or loss, bounded on the west by lands of
.Jacob Witmyer. and on the north,' east and
south by lands of Benj. Kerstetter, being the
properly of Daniel S. Kerstetter. deceased.
Thereon erected a good, new dwelling house,
and other outbuildings.
TERMS OF SALE: Due half on confirmation
of sale, and balance in one vear with interest,
to be seen red by bond ami mortgage on the
premises. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock.
ORPHANS COURT SALE.—By virtue of an
order Issued by the Orphans Court of
Centre county, the subscribers, administrators
of the estate of Adam Zerby, late of Fenn
township, deceased, will offer at public sale on
tlm uremises, on Saturday Aug. otli, ISB2, the
following described real estate, viz:
No 1. A messuage, tenement ana tract of
land in Fenn township bounded on the North
bv jands of Geo. W. t'tover and Jacob Gcnt
zel, on the east by lands of Gentzel Brothers,
on tlie South by lauds of Neese & Mitchell,
widow Krater ct al, and on the west by lands
of Thomas Gentzel and Daniel Smith's heirs—
containing about "2 acres mora or less, of
which h> acres are cleared and in a good state
of cultivation, the balance well timbered with
white pine and hemlock. Thereon eroded two
good dwelling houses, barn and Ml necessary
out buildings, saw mill and orchard of choice
No 2. A tract or timber land in Gregg town
ship, bounded on the north by lands of L. &
T. R, K. & J. B. Heckman, east by lands of. I>a
vil Smith and Charles Snyder, south by lands
of F. F. Jamison and Charles Madura, and west
by lands of Peter A. Confer, containing 20acres
more or less.
Terms: One third of purchase money to be
paid on day of sale, one third in one year there
after,nud one third in two years, all with in
terest and to be secured by bond and mort
gage on the premises
-11. T. ZERBY,
1). L. ZKKBY,
I ry on the estate of John BJeriy, late of
Miles township, dee-eased, having boen granted
to the undersigned, all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate arc hereby noti
fied to make immediate settlement, and those
havinglclaims against thc.same.to present them
properly authenticated lor settlement.
J. B. CKAAVFOKI).
Rebersburg July 24. 1832. Executors
tary on the estate ofTliomas Hostermau,
late of Haines township, rie-ccased, having been
granted to the subscribers, notice is hereby
given to all persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to said estate to make immediate payment,
and to those having claims to present them du
ly authenticated for settlement. We have :i|>-
pointed Saturday August 12th as a day of settle
ment, at the late residence of tlie deceased.
THOMAS W. HOSTEKMAN,
CHARLES W. IIOSXKHMAN.
Woodward, July 27 1882. Executors
CAUTION.— Having bought at constable sale
tiie following personal property of J. Wil
lis Musser, 1 have left them in posession of Mis
Mnsser, and hereby caution all persons not to
meddle with tne same: Clock, arm chair, robe,
sett chairs, coal stove & Pipe, stove-board,
desk 2 bedsteads, wash stand, 40 yds. carpet,
table, cook stove & pipe, douglitrny, sink,
wheel-barrow, meat vessel, tub. churn, clothes
rack, sett harness, saddle, tlynet, checklines,
3 blankets, mare, sled, spring wagon, forks,
shovel, bags, hoe, 4 buckets, iut of potatoes,
FRANK J. WEAVER,
•J uife 211U, ISB2. . 3t
IT WILL PAY YOU
MAMMOTH SUPPLY DEPOT,
NOB. 113 & 114FUON7 SIR,
>Ve are now otforlngSthe largest stock ami greatest variety of
Furniture, House Furnishing Goods, &c.
ill the State. PKIt'EM lIEYOXD COMPETITION, consisting In part of Rich an
All the latest Designs
in Walnut, oak, Cherry, Mahogany and Ebony. We makea
Specialty in Parlor Suits,
and wlll'sell the er tnan any Party In the state. Prices ranging FXOM $3 > TO HSOO.
If you content pluto buying a
PIANO, ORGAN OR SEWING MACHINE,
it will pay you to wrtte us for prices. We also carry a large line of extra Super, Body and Tap
esty Brussels Carpets.
A Good Brussels Carpet at 70 cts. per yard.
Our stock of Plain. Cut and Engraved Table Glass-ware, Plain
and Decorated French China. Silver Plated-ware, Lamps and
Is well worth your Inspection. Our sales exceed those of any House In our line in five state
LOW PRICES DO IT.
We extend an Invitation to you to visit us and will take pleasure In showlug you through our
Is/LIT TsTEW stock:
5 fPlinmt (f3oohs 3
>£Tl KZyO *o
j is a collection from which all tastes may lie suited.
It embraces a full line of
Leghorns, Chip, Tuscan, Straw, Sg
and all the new styles and colors.
j! MY PRICES ARE VERY LOW!!! gr*
I Trimmed Ihits and ttonnets, Uutriinmed Goods, S"?
trpr* Silk Trimmings, Artificial Flowers, and everything
belonging to my line. Your trade respectfully
§g | MRS. ANNA M. WEAVER,
I PENN STREET, • l!
fininger & ] ] uawr,
o <sb v
THE OLD, RELI
Summer Aiutouneement in
Ist. We have been in the business
at Millhcim for many years
and thoroughly understand it
in all its branches and details.
2nd Wc are progressive and have
made our Marble Works one
of the most successful mechan
ical establishments in Centre
3rd. Wc keep a full and complete
stock on hand at all times and
constantly add new designs
4th. We buy our siock in large
quantities direct from the
quarries and have special rat
es of freight—and give our
customers the benefit of this
sth. Wc fill our orders and per
form our contracts to the let
ter and our patrons arc al
6th. We can not be undersold by
any establishment! in the in
terior of the state.
When in want of a pair of hoots,
Shoes or Rubbers send to
in Lock fla yen [and you can get
them as low as in Philadelpia or
New York. If they don't suit you
yon can return tliem and get your
money back. First rate goods at
low prices is my motto.
To Country dealers, I
will sell at wholesale pri
ces, freight added.
We send free on 30 days' trial
DR. DYE'S ELECTRO-VOLTAIC BELTS
Ami other uomouvuabcmTokensuffer
ing from nkhvous debility, i ost vitality and
KINDRED TUOnn.KS AISO for UHKIMATISM,
LivEttand kidney troubles, and many other
diseases. Speedy cures guaranteed. Illustrated
Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC' BELT CO., MarNliall, Jflcb.
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE k RETAIL GROCERS,
keep the largest stock in the city.
143 MAIN STREET,
THE BOSS CLOTIIIEUS
lor your Clothing.
45 MAIN STREET,
FOR THE SUMMER § 1882.
Fourth Stock Just Arriving for the Spring and
Summer at the
. 4. iii -
Lock Haven, Fa.
And we can safely say at prices that will suit everyone. Cotton Good
have never been as cheap as now. On account of the cold and backward .Spring
New York and Philadelphia jobbers over-loaued themselves in the early part of
the season, and are now willing to sell their goods at a loss rather than carry
them over the season. We took advantage of these bargains and are now pre
pared to sell you goods lower than you ever bought them. We will give you a
list of a few of the
GREAT BARGAINS !
All Prints in Standard makes, such as Coeheco, Pacific and Merriinac
Prints (>4 cents, never sold lower than Bcents, press Ginghams in a beautiful
line ot colors, 8 cents, former price 124 cents. .>3-inch Percales 8- cents, former
price 12$ cents. 4 4 Hill Muslin, bleached, si cents, together with a full line of
Sersuckers, French Ginghams, Lawns in Cotton and Linen, Unbleached Mus.
lins, Crashes, Tickings, Tabjt Linens and all other Domestic Goods at prices iu
proportion to those just mentioned. In
We have some bargains to offer. The l>est thing we have now for the
money is an all-wool-illling CASIIMEUE at 8 cents; they are in medium and
light shades only, but the former price on thera has been 124 cents; at 8 cents
they are better to buy than Calico. Remember they are half wool-
Buntings in all shades at 1:1$ cents.
Buntings i l wool at 23 and 21 cents.
Buntings in a little better grade at 3-3 cents.
Buntings in double width, fine, all-wool at 7.5 cents.
Another Lot of Summer Silks
These goods are scarce, but we have the styles now letter than at any
time this season and prices are equally as low ; together with these we have all
the new tilings in Summer Dress Goods in all the new shades. Large line of
Plain and Colored Silks, U'st goods $1.2-5 ; lowest price 47$ cents. We stiii have
a big trade on our SI.OO Black Silk, the best iu the city for the money.
You have heard a great deal about this fabric no doubt. We have all the
desirable light shades such as pink, light blue, cream and white. Fringes and
Passementeries have had their day I laces are the rage now. Spanish and Span
ish Gimpure—these we can not give prices on here as there are so mmoji quali
ties and widths, but iliev start at 25 cents and go to $1.50 per yard; in the fine
goods we have 2 and in some patterns 3 widths. We can tell yon better about
them when you come to see them ; we do not ask you to buy if prices are not as
low and varieties greater than any other place iD town.
WHITE LINEN DeINDIES
With as fine a line of Embroideries in match goods ever brought to this
city ; it is worth your time to come in if for uothing else than to see them, wo
will take great pleasure iu showing them together with the above named goods.
We have all the new things in
Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Lace Col
iars, Linen Collars, Handkerchiefs,
Lace Mitts, Etc.
Ladies' White Kid Gloves (Foster Pattern), in 10 hooks; sizes from 54 to
8. Still a few more
In Brussels left at 55, 871 and 95c. We have given you a list of the goods
we carry and will guarantee prices as low as you ever bought tbem.
JSL 8.—10,000 pounds Wool wanted in exchange or for cash.
i, F* ET €o*