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fht jjiUhtint Journal.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28., 1882.
DEIMXGER & RIMILLER,
Kdltors and Proprietors.
—"Lock Ilaven had a SOO<X) fire on
Monday night, 18th instant.
—We had several thunder showers
on Thursday night.
—A good town property at private
sale. Inquire at this oftice. tf.
—Mr. John Keen is again confined
to his bed With xro present prospects of
—The Synod of the Reformed church
Will meet tn Bellefonte, in annual ses
sion, Wednesday, Oct. 11th.
—The Bellefcnte Nail Works are
now iu active operation. 125 kegs of
nails is the average product eacl? day.
i —Prof. Wolf requests us to ntutr
that there will be a special examination
r>f teachers at Bellefonte, Saturday Oct.
Vth beginning at 9 A. M., sharp,
—Mr. Abs. M ingle moved the other
day from Aaronsburg into au empty
house in Petersburg—one of the su
burbs of Millheiiu. \
-Jeremiah Haines, executor-, will
Veil the estate of Geo. Weight, deceas
ed, about five miles east of Rebersburg,
on Saturday, Oct. 7th, next.
—The Ladies' Lutheran Mite Society
will meet at Mr. Jacob Alter's next
Monday evening. A general attend
ance is desired.
—A fine line of Family and Presen
tation Bibles, Photograph and Auto
graph Albums, fine Stationary, &c,
just received at the Journal Store.
—Business is increasing at Muster &
Smith's Hardware Store, and the latest
addition is a brand new clerk. His
name is Thomas E. Burd, and he seems
to be just the chap for the place.
—David Zt-lgler, of Bald Eagle town
ship, Clinton county, was sentenced to
the penetenliary for one y a- and fined
one hundred dollars and costs, for cut
ting off the tails and otherwise injur
ing the cattle of Ileury Ilagor.
—Mr. Andrew Ilarter removed from
Swengle, Union county to Millheim,
ou Monday. Mr. Ilarter expects to en
gage in the leather finishing business.
We extend our welcome and best wish
—The Synod of Central Pennsylvania
met at Lewistown on Wednesday and
is expected to remain in session over
tiumlny. Pus tor 'Pemlinann with Mr.
John H. Musser as delegate, are in at
—Mr. John W. Sraull, formerly of
Brush Volley, but for many years re
siding at McConnell's Grove, Stephen- i
son county, Illinois, paid the JOURNAL
OFFICE a visit last Saturday. He re
ports crops and business good in Illi
—lf any of our farmer patron? have
a barrel or two of good, freahr cider to
spare we would be ever so much oblig
ed to have it. Nor are we overly par
ticular as to the price—so we can pay
it In JOURNALS. NOW just please
don't all speak at once* tf
—The prolonged strikes throughout
the country are about over aid every
where laborers are returning to work.
The total loss to workingmen in wages
alone amount to at least $10,000,000,
but it Is hoped they gained considera
ble wisdom even if dearly-boughti
—Mr. A. C. Musser and family
spent their vacation in Buffalo Valley
last wehk, returning on Saturday eve
ning well pleased with their trip. Clark
is in ec3tacies over the beauties of old,
historic Buffalo, and we believe every
word be says on that line even without
tbe formality of an affidavit.
—The new uniforms for the band have
come and give perfect satisfaction.
They are made to tit elegantly, and the
flashy trimmings give tbem a rich and
novel appearance. This puts the boys
on the level with any band in the coun
ty, both as to music and dress.
Inventors and Patentees
should send for instructions, reason
able terms, references, &c., to Edson-
Brotbers, Solicitors of Patents, Wash
ington, D. C. who furnish the same
without charge. Edson Brothers is a
well known and successful firm of large
experience, having been established in
NOTlCE.— Subscribers to the Luth
eran church at Millheim who have not
paid their subscriptions aie most kind
ly requested to do so. The amounts
are loug overdue and the money is
much needed. Friends help us along.
B. O. DKININGER,
—lt is announced that the Pennsyl
vania R. It. Company has issued orders
to all ticket agents to refuse to sell
tickets to all persons whe are intoxi
cated, and all gatemen are instructed
to pass no one who is under the influ
ence of liquor.
This is a proper and most salutary
order. Drunkards are not fit to take
care of themselves and should not be
permitted in company with sober and
—A Lewisbug man lias a sunflower
that measures seventeen inches in di
ameter. Half a dozen such would be
just too lovely for anythiug—except to
trim a lady's hat in the most approved
and latest schtylc.
—The cheapest place to buy goods in
these parts at the present is Stain's.
They are selling out absolutely at cost
to close out and quit the business.
There is no catch or draw in the mat
ter but a real, bona fide selling out afc
cost. A full line of ladio* dross goods
prints, clothing, boots & shoes, queens
ware Ac,. all at Cost —at cost -at cost.
—Our friend P. 11. Stover,at. Coburn
now has everything in good working
trim for business. He is prepared to
pay the best ruling prl 3e for all kinds
of grain and sells coal, plaster, Ac. at
the lowest market rates. By strict at
tention to business he hopes to merit a
share of public patronage. See adver
tisement in another column.
A PitKAciiEKS Bio SNAKE STORY.—
Rev. E. L. Krupp, of Laurelville, West
moreland county, states that while his
wife and a male relative were out ber
rying, a few days since, they came a
cross a den of 150 rattlesnakes, and kill
ed them all in fifteen miuutes.
—Doll A Mingle have now the full
est line of boots and shoes f>r men, wo
men and children, in Centre county,
We know whereof we affirm ft hen we
sav that they keep the very best in
their line and sell as low as the lowest.
They are good and reliable tnen to deal
with and their customers are always
—We notice with infinite pleasuse in
the B-llofonte papers that Mr.W. G.
Morrison, the gentleman engaged to
teach our Gtammer School, stands well
in the profession. The school board of
Worth township, where he taught with
much success for eight successive terms
upon learning that he had accepted a
school here, passed a series of highly
complimentary resolutions of Mr. Mor
rison and his work.
—Again the time is here when stove
pipes must be "Jtceii," and in the inter
est of domestic happiuess and harmony
we offer a fine chromo of the man who
was "First in War, first In Peace and
first in the Hearts of his Countrymen"
to the chap who will do it all nicely and
completely without losing the sweet
was of his temper. Competitors must
bring certificates duly attested by their
--Before you buy your stock of win
ter clothing—and the lime to do so is
soon at hand —make up your mind to
call at Lewin's Philadelphia Prancb,
Bdlefonte. If you can wit your
self there it is not likely that you can
be suited anywhere. Lewia is deter
mined to lead and doe 3 dealers
in clothing this part of the state.
He strictly adheres to the "one price
system" for all. 2t
—Last week ihe sad news reached
us from Guntoor, India, that Rev. A.
D. Rowe, tie beloved Lutheran mis
sionary in that county, had died of ty
phoid fever. Toe d ite i,f Mr. Rowe's
death is not given, but it was ceitainly
recent, as no news >f his sickues9 had
reached this coHnty.
We know two little of Mr. Rowe's
history to attempt a biographical
sketch, but will at a later date lay be
fore our readers the principal facts of
bis truly interesting life.
—The Sunday School picnic in Ev
ert 's woods on Saturday was well at
tended, notwithstanding the disagreea
ble state of the weather. The Elk
Creok, Liberty and St. Pauls' schools
were present. The Millheim, Wood
ward and Farmer's Mills bands made
the music, and Revs. J. Tomlinson and
Z. A. Yearick delivered the addresses.
Those who ought to know say that the
cakes and other good things embraced
a wide range in variety, and all were
delicious iu flavor.
—Jfr. F. P. JfusSer left home on
Jfonduy morning for the Yellowstone
Valley, the new Eureka of the west.
He is one of a committee of three which
started together on Jfonday from How
ard, to spy out the land with a view to
forming a company of emigrants Their
destination is 3iilea City, 3fontana
Territory. Quite a number of young
men in Centre county, especially in and
around Howard, expect to join the new
colony, if the report of the pioneer
committee will be as is now expected.
Read, Mark and Learn!
That a fine, enclosed Picnic Ground,
with eyery convenience, Swings, Cro
quet Ground, Quoits, Pavillion, and a
Fine Spring of purt water with plenty
of shade, has now been completed at
Spring Mills. Societies, Clubs, Lodges
and all respectable parties will be ac
commodated on reasonable terms.
Carriages and tickets to the celebrated
Penn Caves at moderate rates. Ad
GEO. B. KAMI,
3m Spring Mills House.
The largest chestnut tree in Lancas
ter county stands within a few hund
red yards of Manheim borough liQe, on
the public road leading to Sporting
Hill. Its circumference is twenty
three feet six inch es one foot above
the ground. The tree was measured
forty-five years ago, when its circum
ference was twenty-one feet four inch
—We call the attention of our read
! era to the new advertisement of Messrs
J. R. Smith A Co. Milton, Pa. and are
happy to assuro tlum from personal
knowledge that there is no better place
to buy house furnishing goods in the
state. They keep a largo assortment
of elegant parlor suit 6, chamber suits,
chairs, or any single piece of furniture
desired, all oft lie best material and
workmanship and cheaper in price th n
can lie bought at most places. Their
music room is full to repletion, rang
ing from the low-priced but really good
organ up to the costly and elegant
Chickering piano. Resides these they
keep every standard tnake of sewing
machines, a large lino of china and
queenswaro, flue paintings and engrav
ings, in fact almost everything in the
house furnishing line.
We had the pleasure of visiting this
tine large establishment hist week, and
were ahowu through all the depart
ments by the enterprising and gentle
manly head of the (Inn, Mr. J. It.
Smith, and we take pleasure in recom
mending it to our readers as a very
good and safe place to buy.
—On Thursday evening of last week
the hospital le mansion of Mr. J. W.
Snook was the scene of a happy social
gathering. It was the occasion of the
wedding reception of Mr. A. Mrs. J*
W. Stover, who were married on Tues
day evening before The following in
vited present: Rev. John
Tomlinson & lady, Aaronsburgt Mr. A
Mrs. L. B. Stover, Mr. A Mrs. (ieorge
B. Stover, Woodward; Mr. A Mrs. A.
Walter, Mr. & Mrs. A. A. Frank, Mr.
A Mrs. 11. If. Weiser, Mr. A Mrs.
Jonathan Harter, Mr. & Mrs. H. E.
Duck, Mr. A Mrs. John Keen, Mr. A
Mrs. B. O. Peininger, Mr. A Mrs. S.
I). Jfoaser, Mr. A Mrs. J. C. Smith,
Mr. A Jifrs. Fred Catherw.ro, Mr.
Tito's Frank, Miss Sallha Gephart,
J/iss Ada Eisenhuth, J/illheim.
At 74 o'clock the company was in
vited to be seated to a dinner that
would have done honor to a princely
feast. The spacious table literally
groaned under the load of good things
and the guests did full justice to the in
terosting subject as well as to them
selves. After the demands of the ''in
ner man' 1 were satisfied to the full, the
company resolved itself into smaller
knots and parties, to engage in free
and easy conversation and to listen to
♦he sweet strains of music furnished
by our celebrated cornet band. The
whole affair was much enjoyed by all
present, and at a seasonable hour the
guests left for their homes, with the
best wishes for the happy couple as
well as for the kind host and hostess.
BPRINQ MILLS ITEMS.
Prof. Wolf is rather rigid in his ex
aminations of teachers, but none too
much so. Let the standard be raised.
All but the Spring Mills Grammar
School and two others in Brush Valley
are now supplied with teachers as fol
lows: Decker's—F. F. Jamison; Fann
er's Mills—W. A. Krise; Penu Hall—
E. F. Smith; Cross Itoads—E l. Jordan
Gate—Amanda Grove; Mountain—Jer
emiah Ileckinan; Polk Hill—ll. M.
Cain; Reaver Dam—R. Fetterhoff;
Spring Mills Primary—Clara Guise;
Spring Mills Intermediate —Maggie
Prof. Reiter will close a very success
ful term of the Academy with a public
exhibition on Friday evening. The
Profesjfor did his whole duty but some
of the students should have been more
Happy to say that our sick arc all; im
Grenoble is doing a lively trade.
Andrew Korman bought the farm of
the late Rev. P.S.Fisher for sso3o.
Andy is a very successful farmer.
Samuel J. Hering had the misfortune
to losa three valuable cows. They dad
eaten too much young clover and burst
The Farmer** Friend.
Published at South Bsn<l, lfcdihta. T?rriis
[ only fifty cents a year. Cirmrtation 33,000. The
largest and best, agricultural naper in the coun
try. Kight large pages. 45 columns, few adver
tisements and almost double the reading mat
ter given by the $1.50 and #2 agricu tural papers
but we send It to you for 50 ceuls a year. Pre
miums to every subscriber, premiums to clnb
raisers and 232 splendid presents given them in
addition, consisting of a $470 New Hirdsell Clo
ver Huller, complete, including recleauing at
tatehmeut, which cleans the seed as threshed;
assoCassaday Sulky Plow* a $65 Studebaker
Farm Wagon: Oliver Chilled Plows, Sewing
Machine, Silverware, etc. Some of the depart
ments of the F>irmsr ' Frietui are''Farm Top
ics' "The Orchard," "Live Stock." "The Paul
try Yard," " Home and Health," "Domestic K
conoiny," "Young Folks," "The Puzzler,"
"The Story Teller,'' "The Funny Place," "Sun
day Reading," "The Clover Leaf," "The Api
ry, "letter B isket," "Various Topics, ' "Cor
respondence," "Hints for the Season," "World'
Record," etc. Practical farmers uud the best
writers coutri bute to it. Agents make money
canvassing for It. Any subscriber authorized
to act as agent. Send 50 cents for a year's sub
scription, or write your name and those of your
neighbors on a postal card for free sample
copies uid our Illustrated Premium List. Ad
dress, Farmers' Friend Pub. Co., South Rend,
Lewis M. Roberts, the horse thief re
cently arrested in Butler county, has
been identified as the Rogers who was
convicted of counterfeiting at Will
iarasport in 1871 and sentenced to
twenty years' imprisonment, but who
was pardoned in 1875. He is a
of Mifliintown, and the Altoona Times
says his family are of'tho highest re
The fifth annual convention of the
Pennsylvania Miller's State Assciation
will be held at the Lochiel house, Ilar
risburg, this year, commencing on
Tuesday morning, Oct. 10th. All in
terested in milling are cordially invited
Orders for excursion tickets can be had
by applying to the secretary, B. E.
MONTROSE, litis organized a Stewart
Club of one hundred and fifteen mem
bers. That does right well for Galusha
A. Glow's home.
On the 31st. ult.,ln Sugar Valley, Mrs. Sarah
J. Moyor, wife of Mr. Danlfel Moyer, aged 47
years, 2 months and Bdnys.
On tlie 11th in A., near TylorsvlUe, Autilo Al
wlrda, daughter of Jesno and Diana Orennlng.
or, aged 11 years, 2 mouths and k days.
On the 20<h tnst., In Decatur township, Talfttin
Co., Pa., Mary Lawrer, aged 7> years, 7 months
and lk days.
On the 24th tnst.,ln Penit township, Mrs. Isa
bella K. ltarter wife of U. IV. Haiter, ?l£ed 41
yiars, 4 montlis and 2 days. ,
Mrs. Harter was a faithful and consistent
member of the Reformed Church, and died in
the birs*;*l hope of a glorious immortality. The
rcmaluswtre Inteicd on Wednesday in the
Mllllielm Cemetery, upon which occasion Rev.
Z. A. Veartek preached an appropriate and Itn
pros-dee weriuon from 1. Cortnthans 15;2t>—
'"Tin* last euoiny that ah.i'.l no destroyed is
Competed every Wednesday by Uepljart
Wheat, old, l.On
" new, No. 2 (it
" No. 3 75
Qat* White 4(1
Ruck w heat. 4 .....'
Bran A Shorts,pel ton 25 00
Suit,per Bid 1.7 V
Plaster, ground 9.00
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
Barley An ]
l>ried Apples \\
Dried Peaches i;;..'
COAL MARKET AT COBUUN.
Egg, Coal ; $5.00
Sbjv s " 5.20
Pea by the ear load ; 3.20
Fifty cents per ton additional when delivered
"TIME IS MONEY!''
C. A. Sturgis' Jewelry Store
Keeps a full line of
Watches, Clocks, Necklaces,
Watch Chains, Cuff <fe Collar But
tons, Rinsrs, Plated Castors,
Spoons, Knives and Forks, Gold
retina and Holders.
,.A i rnft,T„
All repair work guaranteed. Kverv watch
registered when brought to the store. The
public's patronage respectfully solicited.
C. A. STt'RUIS, Proprietor.
r. 11. Ml HHEIt, Agent S|-ly
P. H. STOVER,
Flour & Feed,
44-IIIUIIEST MARKET PRICE ALWAYS
49*A full supply of Cr'nl. Plaster and Salt al
ways on hand and sold at the lowest price.
* " 1 " ———
4^*Coul kept uncer roof at all seasons of
4S*The public patronage respectfully solicit
J-JU. J. W. BTAM
Is now permanently Ideated ni
and will give prompt attention to all medical
calls at his office on
Try I>R. STAM'S STEARIC PILE MEDIC'IN*—ft
gives instant relief.
G e ! your Job Printing
done at the JOURNAL
OFFICE. Prompt and
fine work executed at
30 DAYS'TRIAL FREE!
We send free on 30 days' trial
DP. DYE'S ELECTRO-VOLTAIC BELTS
And other ELECTRIC APPLIANCES TOMKN suffer
ing from NERVOUS DEBILITY, LOST VITALITY and
KINDRED TROUBLES ALSO for RUKUMA.TIBM,
LIVER and KIDNEY TROUBLES, and many other
diseases. Speedy cures guaranteed, illustrated
Pamphlet free. Address
VOLTAIC BELT CO., Marshal!, Mich.
Milllicim, Ventre Co., Penna.
ULRICH & CO.,
would most respectfully inform the public that
they me now prepared to manufacture every
ti,login tnelrllne of first class quality. Thcv
have found a superior klrvd of clay and will
constantly keep on hand a full line or
CROCKERY, BREAD St PIE
DISHES, PLAIN & FANCY FLOW
ER POTS, STOVE COLLARS, &O.
yslloplng to merit the confidence of the public
qa furnishing the best wade of ware they would
epectfully solicit a share of its patronage, ly
"■ pjt A m i.i i jw
if SLATE! §
Tho celebrated Washington Vein of
for Roofs. Ac., from the famous SLATE OP Alt-
ItIES OP SLATIXTON, LKHIGHOO., PENNA.
Can Now Be Bought
AT Till! MOST REASON A BI.K RATES
of the undersigned who Is a practical State
RoOfer of many years experience Those In
want of Slate and Roofing done wn secure It
At The Lowest Rates.
—— -J- '* —-
. <>ld*|tui!dings re-roofed at*the lowest rates,
without the assistance of other mechanic*. For
prices and t. rnm call on or write to the under
signed at 11. K. WHITMANS RESIDENCE,
B •' ft
Broad tiny Struct, near P. <L E. Depot,
DUAN NEFF, Agent.
gPRING MILLS HOUSE,
SPRING MILLS, CENTRE COUNTY, IA.,
TKKMtSUP OF THE
LKWIBBURO & I'YKONK R. R.
AND SIX MILFS FROMMILLIIEISI.
Tills 1* a new house and newly furnished
with everything) tending to comfort and con
tv :nience of guests. The air 1h Invigorating and
perfectly free from malaria, and jtarticularly
favorable for the restoration to health oj person*
afflicted with pulmonary cornjdaints, Malarial
disorders and Hay Ftver. Near by the cele
brated Penn Caves, surpassing any tiling of the
kind known—sailing miles under ground—and
inM|eeting halls of great wonder of gone by
ages. Carriages to the cave daily. The table
Is plentifully supplied with 'ncidsjj,
tg prepared ami,tastefully served, Good stabling
Per day. (less than a wi-ok.) f 2 00
Pet week, (lessthan a month) fi 00
Per month - 20 00
Alt noutry tu to Rooms and Hoard will be
GEO. R. NASH, Manager.
BUY THE BEST.
Poßt & CO'S
AMERICAN STUDENT LAMP.
GUARANTEED THE BESTI
BTRONC, STEADY LIGHT.
SIX TIDIES CHEAPER THAN
GAS. My lon if Experience we
are enabled Co moke (be BEST
STUDENT DAMP MADE, and (be
ONLY one ttaat raises and lowers
tfie wick as sbown In cut. Eully
covered by letters patent. Price.
Nickel Plated, 55.00. Überal
Miscounts to tbe Trade.. Send
POSTi & COMPANY,,.
Manufacturers and Patenteet,l
A CINCINNATI, OHIO. -
When in want of a pair
of Boots, Shoes or Rub
bers send to
in Lock Haven and you
can get them as low as in
Philadelphia, New York,
or any other place. If
they don't suit you you
can return them 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.
n/\r TkTT7T) Onow suffering from
I jl M Til ITi.kJ wounds or disease
of any kind caused by military service are en
titled to Pension. Widows, minor children,
dependent mothers or fathers of soldiers who
died from the effects of their services are also
entitled. Many invalid pensioners are entitled
to an Increase. Carefu assistance given in
llelaycd or Rejected 11 aims, as many can
be allowed with but little more evidence. Com
plete instructions withrefercnccs sent no ap
plication. Ch, A G A. Kills Attor
neys-at-LA,W 1C F St., Washington-, 'J> G.
224 Market St.,
HAVE NO COMPETITORS.
Our first instalments of New Spring Goods are sold dto, coiupcliiii to
■' • • •
make n S'ccOffd Trip to tli"6 Eust'erii Cities, wliWi goods will
Arrive during this week.
cc will not admit what Bargains wc liavo got. . Sufficient t sav,
with our increased business facilities our patrons will always firii
•9 * * r
the Largest and Best Assortment of
MILLINERY GOODS j
1. ' f •' • • / • :*i ai f
//atr, Bonnets, trimmed and unlrimmed, Feathers, Flowers, Silks, Sat I,
Bilibdh in all New Shades, Laccs, Embroideries Dress Trimmings
ill endless variety ifosiery ,Glove and orsets Ladies bhd Clill
drenli Slides, LookingJGlassek and
New Goods received every day
THROUGHOUT THE BE AS ON;
A Simple Fact —We can't be Undersold;
. !§• II A. lit HI & 9
224 Market St., Lewisburg, Pa;
The Standard Piano of the World. .
General Agency for these maguificent Instruments is at
Nosi 110, il&, and 114 Front St.,
a , r r . * " ~ "v.
Smith, American, Estey, Taylor & Farley,'
Bridgeport and others.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS.
Largest Stock —Lowest Prices.
Our sales exceed those of any house in our line in the state,. Buying,
in immense quantities direct from the manufacturers for CASH. , we defy
All ftoftls are at Actual Value.
No Fictitious Prices. All Fully Warranted.
It will jmy any one contemplating the purchase of an instrument, or
anything in our line to call and get quotations.
Cataloges and Prices by mail on application.
J. R. SMITH & CO.'
GO TO !
TIIE BOSS CLOTHIERS
to r your Clothing.
45 MAIN STREET,
Newspaper Advertising tinreau (10 Spruce
Street), where adver- aa BBECB 0% VB gjf
CKsnews KW YORK.
A. SIMON & SONS;
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCERS,'
keep the largest stock hi tlie cltf.
1 ' * ; ■
143 MAIN STREET,
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