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l| t Jjilll|eim Journal.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29., 1883.
BY~DEININGER & BUMILLER.
—Splendid Alliums, at the Journal
—Lancaster Almanacs, at the Jour
—The Lock Haven jail ha 6 tweuty
A full line of Sunday School Cards,
at the Journal Store.
Sausages are now ripe, aud they say
—unusually good this year.
—The new water works at Lewisburg
me about ready (to start business.
—Don't forgot the entertainment in
the Evangelical church this eveniug.
—Quite a number of our people are
at Bellefonte this week, attending
—Smith's German Olio is a profita
ble investment, lecauss the tDn that
buys it saves doctor bills.
—Tim weather hist week was mild,
even warm like spring. Oveico.its aud
coal fires were discaided.
—The weather prophets predict that
'we will have an open winter. They say
'the "signs" are all that way.
—Rev. Samuel Smith, of Union
county was here the other dty. He Is
as tall and good looking as ever.
—Thousands of persona who former
ly suffered with rheumatism owe their
present good health to Smith's German
Mr. Jonathan Kreamer's c mdition
Pas not improved siuee last week.
Mrs. Alexander is much better aud a
ble to be up.
Rebersburg is booked for the first
singing convention of the season. The*
bills were printed by the Journal offlje
"mud sent out last week.
Hon. John Smith is still on the
sick list. Ilis condition has not im
proved any for weeks. He has the
sympathy of the community.
—John 11. and Abs. Musser last week
shipped 125 busbelsof the finest apples,
mostly Ewalds, that ever grew in
l'euu's Valley, to Shamokin.
—Mr. John Rote of Haines township
Vill make sale of his live stock, farm
ing implements and household goods
on Saturday, December Ist, 1333.
—The big 11 mring mjll at Lewisburg
is now complete and in running order.
flour has already been made aud
'it is pronounced strictly first-class.
—The basement of the Evangelical
church at Centre Ilall is being comple
ted and will be dedicated Sunday, Dec.
-2nd. R v. B. Hengsfc will officiate.
Fou SALE.— Two more Piano or
Chime Orgaus, on the cash or iustal
♦nent plan. ,
C. F. GEPHAKT.
Persons owing on subscription to
the Lutheran church are most kindly
bht urgently requested to pay, as the
inonev is much needed. Committee.
—At Ilartman's Foundry is the
place to get the worth of your money.
Tie sells Sled at 3 cts. per lb., aud
pays 1$ cts. per lb., for old nietal. 3c
—The Bellefonte papers think that
Judge llov looks just splendid on the
Bench. Very natural, for he is a flue
locking gentleuiau when off the bench.
—Every man should take receipts
when he pays his taxes, and to do this
with system and order a Ready It *f
rence Tax Receipt Book is indispens
' —The rattling and clattering music
of the sausage machine is heard all
over and .all around this toeek. What
H grand,glorious country—for sausages
-There Is no rubbing ofxt the fact
that John Kerstetter is an expert me
chanic. John recently made very fine
stair railing for Prof. D. M. Wolf and
P. 11. Stover, Esq.
—Three steam whistles can now be
heard daily in Millheim. They are lo
cated at E. Lose & Son's Planing Mill,
Israel Cooler's Planing Mill and R. B.
—The outside painting of the New
Journal Building is now complete.
Some like it much, some not at all,
While quite a number don't care a Ifig
about it. Such is life.
—Mrs. Jacob Alter is down with a
eevere spell of sickness. For a few
days last week her condition was con
sidered critical, but she is better since.
May she be fully restored soon.
—Mr. J. Willis Musser has bought
out the stage route from Woodward to
Millheim, but also goes to Coburn ev
ery morning, lie carries express and
other goods from all points along the
line at very moderate charges, and con
tinues the calf and poultry husinesff.
ADVICE TO MOTHEBI
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest by a sick child suffering and *rylng
with pain of cutting teeth ? Ifsp, send at once
and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
STROP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. Its value 1s
incalculable. It will relieve the pior little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It curesdysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the guius, re
duces Inflammation, and gives tone and energy
to the whole ss'stem. Mas WINSLOW'S SOOTH
ING STROP *ou CHILDREN TEETHING is pleasant
to the taste, and is the prescript ion of one of
the oldest and best female physicians and nurs
es in the United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Trice 3d
ecnts a bottle.
| —Don'l forget the entertainment in
the Ev. Church this eveniug and at
! tend it.
—No gunpowder, guns or pistols can
be sold to boys under sixteen years of
age, under penalty of three hundred
dollars tine. Storekeepers should keep
this in tuiud as the sporting season is
—Mr. Michael Keara, an old and
highly respected citizen of Gregg
township, died at the residence of his
son-in-law, Mr. Daniel Homan, on
Monday night. Ho was eighty years
—Rev. A. B. Erhard.lite of Fiahors
ville. Dauphin county, Pa., writes 'lis
in a private letter that he has changed
his residence to Rossville, York Co.,
Pa., where presumably he has accepted
a new held of labor.
A Mifflinbafg hunting party num
bering sixteen had only ee/Ztt Barbers
along. Hope they made a clean shave
as they passed along. But where were
the Chambers, particularly our friend
Mackerel Fact John V
—lt affords us unfeigned pleasure to
state that all our schools are doing
well, and especially is Mr. Herald's
Grammar School highly spoken of.
Bravo 1 "ye editor" tips his hat to
the teachers of Millheim.
—E. W. MR uck is renlly an expert
at the paper hanging business. He
keeps a very Urge variety of paper to
select from and sell* and works at very
moderate prices. If you have any pa
pering to do try Edward. -t
—Dinges, Vonaia & G>., at Coburn,
have a larga supply aud fine assortment
of Ladies'and Misses'C rats, trimmed
in fur and plush. They have already
so'd over S3OO woi th of these goods and
people will do well to buy of them.
—Mr. Thos. J. Kister, of Milton,
give us a call on Monday. Thomas is
at pissent in the employ of Messrs J.
R. Smith & Co., the enterprising house
furnishing firm,aud he is admirably ad
apted for a traveling salesman.
—The Entertainment bv the Evan
gelical Aid Society this evening prom
ise.. to be a rich treat. As the admis
sion is very low and the p o;eeds to g
a worthy object it should be liberally
patronized. L M t the community give
the society a full house.
—For Holiday Goods go to Dinges,
Vonada & Co., Coburn, and Dinges &
Rearick, Centre Hall. There will be
an immense variety at both stores a
6out December 15th. Don't fail to see
their stock before making your selec
Col. D. G. Bush,of Bellefonte, talks
of converting the idle car works there
into an extensive manufactory of agri
cultural impliments. The Colonel is
an active, wide awake business man
and Bellefonte is largely indebted to
him for its advanced state of prosperi
Tilu SAME AS nERE.— The Lewis
town "Gazette" says: "There is too
much huckstering in this county for the
good of the pooi, who are thus made to
pay exorbitant p r ices for inferior butter
and other articles, much ot which
would not bring half the prices in the
city it is sold for here."
—Last Saturday our fiiend Daniel
Raush, of Madisonbtirg, shot a monster
wild turkey on the Big Flat, behind the
first mountain, north of that town. The
gobbler weighed twenty-eight pounds.
Daniel is a crack shot, and it is not
healthy for game of any kind to fool
within ran *e of his rifle.
—Doll & Mingle the boss shoe deal
ers of Bellefonte, are constantly adding
to their large and elegant stock. It is
only neeessary to visit their store in
order to be convinced that their boots
and shoes are the very host while tbeir
prices are positively the lowest. Give
Doll & Mingle a c ill when you get to
—Mr. W. Howard Rishel, ot Mad
isotiburg, oniy son of Daniel P. Rish
el, died on Saturday, of lungfever,after
an illness of only a few days. lie was yet
a young man, married for some five or
six years, and as far as we know always
in the enjoyment of good dealth. He
leaves a sorrowing wife and four small
children to mourn their early loss.
—Our Reformed and Presbyterian
friends at Aaronsburg have formally
resolved to build a church, and judging
from the personnel of the building com
mittee it will be a good one. At a
joint meeting of the two congregations
held last Saturday Mr. Michael Harper,
Mr. Joseph Jordan and Col. J. P. Co
burn, were elected the building com
mittee, and Mr. D. 11. Rote secretary
We wish the noble enterprise much
—ln answer to many inquiries we
will state that we expect to remove the
JOURNAL OFFICE and STORE into the
new building, Penn street just as it is
completed,which we trust will be inside
of a few weeks at farthest. As soon as
moved we expect to go to Philadelphia,
for the finest and largest lot of Holiday
Goods, Stationery, Bibles, and the
thousand and one beautiful thiugs that
belong co a full-grown book and sta
tionery store. We will be on time , sub
ject to the will of Providence, friends
and patrous, and then what? Business,
business on the first and second floors,
but mostly on the first , for a season at
—Fine Family Bibles-every grade
and price—at the Journal Store,
—The following item of good news
for Centre county, especially for IVnns
Valley, now goes the round* of our ex
changes. We sincerly trust that the
fond hopes of our people in regard to
the completion of our rail road may at
last be realized :
At a meeting of directors of the Bald
Eagle Valley railroad in Philadelphia
on Thursday afternoon very important
measures were taken. The subject of
the Bellefonte, Nittany and Lomont
railroad was introduced and it was
determ mined to build the road as soon
as possible. It was also determined to
finish the road from Spring Mills to LE
mont, thus completing the lino from
Bellefonte to Spring Mills. At the
same meeting it was determined to
erect the new depot building at Helle
foute as soon as the weather will per
SAD AND FATAL ACCIDENT. —On
Tuesday morning one of those distress
ing accidents that so frequently occur
of late happened in our midst, and cost
the life of one of our most worthy citi
zens, Mr. Nathan Connan, residing ut
Elk ton, midway bet ween Millheim and
Coburn. A bain was being raisd for
Mr., John Long, just opposite Mr. Gor
man's residence, who assisted in the
work. A piece of timber had been
raised at one end, Mr. Gorman and oth
ers were in the art of elevating the oth
er end, when bv some mishap the piece
fell, striking Mr. Connan on the back
of the neck so severely that every limb
was pa rallied until he died, Wednes
day morning at 2 o'clock. How very
sad! It Is said that the accident was
the result of carelessness, but we are
nv.t prepared to giye an opiuiou on this
Mr. Gorman was a most estimable
citizen, an industrious, thrifty mech
anic, and leaves a deeply afflicted wife
and two little children to .nouru his
untimely death. The bereaved family
have the warmest sympathy of the
MUSICAL JUBILEE. —A musical con
vention will be held in the Lutheran
Church at Rebersburg. commencing
Monday evening, December 24th, IVS3,1 V S3,
and closing with two grand concerts
on Friday and Saturday evenings fol
lowing. The programme will consist
oi' a variety of exercises, including
Quartettes, Chorusos. Glees, Anthems,
Solos, Songs, &c. Every effort will be
put forth to make it a rich musical
The convention will be under the di
rection of that excellent conductor and
musician I'noF. I. B. SECIIUIST, of
Hagerstown, Maryland, assisted by
Prof. H.trrv J. Sechrist,lhe celebrated
Pianist and Solo Cornotist, Miss Se-
Christ, the contralto Singer and Miss
Singers from a distance are cordially
invited, and will he free of
charge. All singers desiung to secure
boarding through the committee must
notify said committee by fad dressing
"COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS, Re
bersburg, Pa.,not litter th in Dec. 20th,
Tns HOLIDAYS AI:K COMING.— The
holidays are fast approaching HI d we
have vet to hear of any organized effort
to celebrate them properly in Millheim.
Something should be done. The fes
tive season should not be permitted to
come and go m a dull, commonplace
manner. Everybody remembers with
pleasure the happy time we had during
the last holiday week and the festivi
ties then had would well bear repetition
if even not exactly in the same foim.
The people from the surrounding re
gion love to come to Millheim on the
holidays—our central location gives us
an advantage herein, but something
should be done for tiieirentertainment.
A festival, an exhibition, a fair, a con
cert, art industrial parade—anything
of a proper and creditable character
will do if well arranged and well con
Millheim has four congregations, as
many Sunday schools, several mite and
aid 9ocie f ies, an Old Fellows' Lodge,
tnd last but not least—a cracky cornet
band. Cannot one or even several of
these organizations get up something
that will amuse and benefit the assem
bling people and reflect credit on the
TiiANKSGivrsG.—This is our nation,
al Thanksgiving D.iv. Do you find any
thing, dear reader, to be thankful for?
Has not a kind Providence mercifully
preserved your life and health, and
bountifully supplied all your wants?
You may not have prospered in busi
ness as you wished,may not have in
creased in riches as you desired, for but
few do. But is there not something
far better and nobler than all the per
ishable things of this world? Do you
not live in a land of civil and religous
freedom, a christian land? Are you
not literally surrounded with free
schools, Sabbath schools and churches,
with all their ernobling influences
and precious privileges? Are these not
worthy of your best, your profoundest
thanks? Truly they are, and a mo
ment's candid rellection ought to teach
ds all tliat we are too uugrateful to our
Heavenly Father in the multitude ot
blessings constantly enjoyed. True
thankfulness consists not in mere form,
in empty words or even prayer, it
means that we do good and be positively
useful to our fellow men. It means
particularly that we shall seek out the
poor,the sick, the distressed in the
comunity and minister to their wants.
Do not forget this if you are blessed
with this world's goods, on this our
National Thanksgiving Day.
"Blessed are the merc'ful for they
shall obtain 'mercy.'' 1
Prom the Watsontown Star.
A Good Shot.
On Wednesday, while the construc
tion train from this pi ice WHS corning
down from Spring Nf*llls on the Lewis
burg Tyrone branch railroad a deer
was observed running within gunshot
of thi train,. Lew. Kveihart of
Dewrti t, one of the hands of the train,
happened to have his rifle with him
and quickly securing it he fiied at tho
deer and gave it a death wound. The
train was stopped, tho deer taken on
I board and brought home to thl place
in tlie evening. It was a remarkable
lucky circumstance all round, and we
doubt if a similar cluuoe will occur u
P. S. —Since the above was in type,
I we h ice be * > hi'ld 1 the follow ing tele
, grain for publication as as rt of ase
! quel to the st.nrv :
Millmont, 11- Pl'K3.
I at • "
L. Everhart. —Please bring my A1
ihrneycalf back or you will pet. into
I trouble. W. E. SMITH.
On the 24th llist., "t Madisonbii IT. W. How
ard Klshol, aged S4 years, 11 months uinl 1 day.
.H 111 lit* l in UnrHet.
Corrected every WednenUy
Wheat, old, 1.(10
oats White 3ft
Suit,per Itrt 1.51>
Cement, per Bushel 45 to ftO
1 vtunfrhyset'd .
Batter ~... 2">
COAL MARKET AT COIU RN.
Kg* t'oal #V?ft
Slave •• ft.oo
Chestnut 4 7ft
Fen 3.2 ft
Fea by the ear load Special Price*.
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Next Door to JOURNAL Store, Main Street,
JQU D. 11. MINGLE,
Physician & Surgeon,
ou Main street.
D R JOHN F. II.YU L'ER.
Office opposite the Millhcini Bunking fIoue.
MAIN' STREET, MILLIIEIM, PA'.
Orphans' Court Business a Speciality.
YU" M - C. HEINLE,
Practice* 111 alt the courts of Centre couutv.
Speei.il attention to Collections. Consultations
in German or LnUh.
C. T. Alesandci. 0. M. Bower.
ALEXANDER & BOWER,
Office In Garman's new building.
J. V.Beaver. W. Gephart.
OEAVER AGEL'H AU R,
Officii on Alleghany Street, North of High Street
GEO. S. FRANK,
Physician & Surgeon,
Office in Mr. Philip Sh-ok's residence, near the
Spring Mills House.
Professional calls promptly answered. 3m
I>. H. Hastings. W. P. Feeder.
Office on Allegheny Street, two do >rs east of
the office ocupied by the late flrin of Yocum A
ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA.
O; G. McMILLEN,
Good Sample Room on First Floor. Free
Buss-to and from all trains. Special rates lb
witnesses and jurors.
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Address. CLOUCH & WARREN ORCAN CO., Detroit, Mich.
have now opened our
of Goods, nnd anything you wi.nt in
BOOTS i SHOES, HATS & CAPS, j
Dress Goods, Notions, j
G roots mi General
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CHEAP AS TIIE CHEAPEST !!
ttooi! as the Best!
Call aud sec the new things just
put on the market.
Dinges f Yonada &Co.
D. H. Lenker,
MANUFACTURER ANI) DEALER IN
Chamber Suits, Bureaus, Lounges,
Bedsteads, Stands, Marble-Top Centre
Tables. Breakfast Tables, Dining
Tables, Extension Tables, Sideline ds,
Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen Furui- i
lure, Cane or Wood Seat- Chairs. !
RiX'keis. Spring Beds, Wire, Wool and
Hair Matresses, every st>le of Moul I-'
ings for Picture Frames. Frames of
any size made to order.
Undertaking! Specialty. !
A share of the public patronage re- '
spectfully solicited. 36 ly. i
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE SI RETAIL I.KOCEUS,
kcepth e largest stock in the,
143 MAIN STREET,
5 xew tr
|L) -IN THE- CJ!
w Sgrim Mills Honss, Q
A Spring Mills, Pa. [P
OF ALL KINDS,
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3 PATEAT MEDICIKES,
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5 Toilet Articles, Perfumeries,
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Being an Apothecary 33
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C. E. AURAND. UJ
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to arte it,
r itvi JTUOUSE,
(Most Central Hotel in the city.)
CORN"EK OF MAIN AXD J tY STHEKTS,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
GCKVIS anir 'e Rooms lor Commercial Travel
er* on il rst lio'ir.
PAT E N T S.
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Foreign PatrTits, Washington, I>. ( . Ail bu-l
--i ess connected with Patents, whether b j fre
the Patent office 01 fhe Courts, promptly at
temled to. Xo charge made unless a patent I*
seen led. HCbd for circular. tl
ELI AS L'SE. F. D. LL'SK.
Elias Line & Son's
fn Ihs rear of tli* Ev. Cl.arch, Penu Street,
ALL KINDS OF
PLACING MILL WORK
Doors, Window Frames
& Sash, Shutters &
Blinds, Siding, Brackets,
AND ALL STYLES OF
made to order at the most reasonable prices.
. A share of pjblic ptlrouage respcctCall'.* o
ltcated. .'6- y
TIIE BOSS CLOTHIERS
for j-our Clothing.
45 MAIN STREET,
P. H. STOVER,
Flour & Feed,
*S-HIUHKST MARKET PRICE ALWAYS
Bjf-.V full'supply of Co tl. Plaster and Salt al
ways on baud and sold at the lowest price
Ar-Coal kept under roof at all seasons of
<9~The public patronage respectfully sollot
t< tf-.I | UrtAin
Ull. K. C. WESTS IKK YE ASD BKAIS TEYAT3ttM, *
i gpt-rlfic lr H v-.t-ria, D rime:. Coi.vullon3,Fit,
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tiytbe n*r of ftlrotml or toWro, YTakf.ili,e, Mmtnl D -
lenctiiiK t xniwrv, d"c*y and death; pi-mtnre OU A-e,
L iso of p..er!l etthef rex. IOTOIU UI V Le."S4
and sp-iiat'rrncM caae.-d bv n of (!i, brain,
>or \vr-ln(hHsn-e. Y'arlf box eontaint one month'a
treatment a box. or i.\ Loxce for )s, aent by na..pra
palj ou rrce'j.t of price. ,
WE GUARANTEE SIX BOXES
To core any rae. With ei-h order rJi'*lv <1 by ns for ell
boxfc*. accompanied Vr Ith $ wo will eom! tho p".rcha''r rur
wrltuni gaarantod tore'uml the money If the treatment Uoea
tit e;T.-te cure. Oiierteeleaned only b7
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