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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20., 1883.
BY DEININGER & BUMILLER.
READ THI?.- Ciand opening of A
fine line of Holiday Goods at J. his
enhuth's Drug Store, Millhcim, on
and after December 13th,where will
always be found a full line of pure
Drugs, Chemicals, and all the stand
ard Patent Medicines of merit, which
will be sold as cheap as the cheap
est, for cash. Come, sec, and be
—Lancaster Almanacs at the Jour
nal Store, Sets.
—Sled soles, 24 cts. per pound, plow
shears 25 cts. each, at Kuarr x Lose's
—The Scrap Pictures at the new
Journal Store are just "too lovely for
—Miss Lizzie Harter is off this week
to Harrisburg visiting friends and ac
—Two men were badly hurt last
Thursday at Weiker run station, while
raising a bridge.
—Siace Bellefonte has a Board of
Trade, could not Millheim at least
have a shingle of trade?
—Everybody buys the beautiful gilt
edged paper and Envelopes to match at
the new Journal Store.
—Mr. B. F. Miller is still on the
sick list. Our sincere wish and prayer
is that he may soon recover.
—The finest Luther Portrait in chro
mo imported from Europe, for sale at
the Journal Store on Penn Street.
—When you come to Millheim don't
miss the new JOURNAL STORE. If
we can't suit you we are mistaken,that's
—Mr. John Oindorf, an old and
highly esteemed citizen of Haines
township, died last Thursday the 13th
instant, at his home.
—For fine Monuments and Head
atones the Millheim Marble Woiks is
the leading and best place in the coun
—Probably you need new Blank
Books to begtn new accounts with the
new year. The new Journal Store is
just the place to get them.
—lt affords us pleasure to state that
Miss Rosie Kreider, who was very sick
recently, has much improved and is on
a good way to recover fully.
—A beautiful snow, white as inno
cence itaelf, greeted mankind in this
part on Monday morning, and it has
snowed some every day since.
—Although butchering is over a
number of families are still unsupplied
with the usual supply of meat. There
is a real scarcity of pork here.
—Smith's German Olio will not cure
every disease that "flesh is heir to,"
but it most emphatically will cure
rheumatism in all its forms.
—The farm of Samuel Shafer,deceas •
ed, near Madisonburg, will be offered
for sale by Samuel Gramley,Trustee,on
Monday, December 31st. 18S3.
—Our different stores, big and little,
are full to overflowing of goods with
special reference to the holiday trade.
Hope all may do a thriving trade.
—We were misinformed as to Dr.
Stam's purchase at Spring Mills. He
only bought the Krumrine homestead
property and not the grain elevator.
—At Hartman's Foundry is Ihe
place to get the worth of your money.
He sells Sled Soles at 3 cts. per lb., and
pays 1$ cts. per lb., for old metal. 3t
—Every man should take receipts
when he pays his taxes, and to do this
with system and order a Ready Ref
rence Tax Receipt Book is indispens
—lf you are bilious, don't wait until
you are down with a fever or jvith the
rheumatism,but cleanse your liver and
system generally with Smith's German
—On Tuesday Mr. Frank Weise r
moved into the house of the late Nathan
Korman, at Elkton. Frank also takes
charge of the smithy. Much success
—Fine Christmas Carrls, New Year's
Cards, Birthday Cards, Sunday School
Cards—Cards for every person and
occasion iu great variety, at the Journ
—lf you want something neat, tasty
and brilliant in the shape of a Holiday
or Sanday School Cards, the new Jour
nal Store is your place to get them.
The supply is immense.
—Esquiie Duck informs us that the
several schools of Penn township are
in excellent working condition. It is
with unfeigned pleasure that we make
a note of such facts.
—Motz & Snook will offer the Pine
Creekmill property atpublicsaleon Fri
day, December 28th,1'83. Persons wish
ing to buy a Grist & Saw Mill with dwel
ling houses and 16 acres of land as well
as a fine orchard of choice fruit attach
ed to it, should attend this sale, as the
premises are in first-class condition.
—Prof. J. IF. Kurxenknabeof Ilarris
burg has V>cen engaged to superintend
the musical department at the Institute
to IK? lit Id at Lock Haven during the
—The weather tried hard during the
last week to suit everybody, but wheth
er it fully succeeded we have not heard.
The variety embraced beautiful, sun
ny days, lains, storms and snow
—The painters are at work on the in
side of the Lutheran church. The
work is approaching completion and
the church will be ready for dedication
before long. Duo notico will be given
—The Pennsylvania Central Musical
Association will hold its eleventh annu
al festival in the Musical College, Free
burg, Pa., beginning ou Monday, Jan.
7th, 1884. Prof. Gomer Thomas will
conduct the convention.
—The Reporter has been misled to
state that scarlet fever prevails here.
We have made inquiry and find that
there i 9 not a single case. It is a piece
of mischief bordering on malice misin
form editors in this particular way.
—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 business.
APPOINTMENT BY THE GOVERNOR
—Governor Pat lis on appointed Leon
ard Rhone, esq., of Centre Hall, com
missioner of the Huntingdon Reform
atory. Mr. Rhone is the master of the
Pennsylvania state grange, Patrons of
—A book and stationery store has
been a want in this end of the county
which for the past few years we have
been trying to supply. With enlarged
facilities we will continue to develope
in this Hue of trade, relying on a gener
ous public for support.
BIG CALF.—Don't laugh over the
heading—'tis a fact that our friend
Geo. W. Stover, E<q , has a short horn
calf that beats all in the calf line we
ever heard of. It wheighed 123 pounds
twenty hours after it wa3 born. Mr.
Stover knows how lo raise excellent
—Last Sabbath a Sunday School was
organized in the Evangelical church at
Coburn,with seveuty members present.
This is a praiseworthy step and will
give many persons, especially children,
an apportuuity to attend who before
were deprived of tne privilege. We
did not learn who the officers are.
ACCIDENT. —Ou Friday evening whil
Mr. Wm. H. Smith and family
were returning from Coburn, where
they bad been attending a religious
meeting,the horses made a sudden jerk
which threw Mrs. Smith and Mrs.
Harvey Lamey, who occupied the rear
seat, violently out of the wagon. Both
were considerably but not dangerously
—The National Woman's Christian
Temperance Union will celebrate its
Tenth Anniversary Sabbath, December
The officers of the Penn a W. C.
T. U. earnestly urge the general ob
servance of the occasion, not only by
the local Unions, but al3o by the
churches and Sunday schools, with
mass meetings, temperance sermons
and children's meetings.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
your rest bv a sick child suffering and crying
with pain of cutting teeth T If so, send at once
and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW S SOOTHING
STBCP POR CHII.DREN TKETUING. Its value is
incalculable. It will relieve the p>or little suf
ferer Immediately. Depend upon It, mothers,
there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery
and cHarrlioea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, re
duces inflammation, and gives tone and energy
to the whole system. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTH
ING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING is pleasant
to the taste, and is the prescription of one of
the oldest and best female physicians and nurs
es in the United Slates, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Price 25
ents a bottle.
—No paper will be issued from this
office next week. This is the old cus
tom and a good custom it is—to have
two short vacations, July 4th and
Christmas weeks, for the printers. As
a rule they richly deserve it. In our
case this year a little rest will be grati
fying. We had a long, hard siege of it
and will try to enjoy out Holidays at
home, measurably free from work and
—A very interesting union childrens'
meeting was held in the Evangelical
church on Suuday. The church was
well filled, the music was excellent and
so were tho addresses. What pleased
us especially was that home talent was
utilized in Speakers. Rev. N. Shannon
wasjthe fiist one, A. R. Alexander the
second, Hon. W. K. Alexander the
third, and Presiding Elder Swengle
closed. We repeat that the addresses
were good, appropriate,and well receiv
ed by the children and audience.
THEY WANT $25.000. —The Hon.
Samuel Gilliland, of the committee to
confer with the Penna. R. R. Co., in
reference to the completion of the L.
& T. Road,sent the following telegram
to the Centre Democrat of last week.
PHILADELPHIA, Dec. 11, 1883.
CENTRE DEMOCRAT The P. R. R.
Co. want $25,000. Then they will fin
ish the road to Lemont.
To U9 this reads downright cruel
very much like the death-knell of the
extension. Where will the $25,000
come from? Will the people of the
upper end pay that large sum in addi
tion to what they have already done ?
It is not probable.
—A good bolv-sled for sale cheap
Inquire at this otllco.
—Pont forget the Musical Con von
tlon at Relxrsburg and make up your
niiud to go. It will he a successfull and
pleasant affair, judging by the efforts
the committee and people of that town
are making in their preparatory ar
—Last week we chanced to meet our
old time friend, Mr. Samuel J.
Weiser of Mifllinburg, on tho train.
Samuel is one of the substantial citizens
of the staid old 'burg' and does a thriv
ing business iu the stove and t in-ware
—The St. Elmo Hotel, is ono of the
best places in Philadelphia to stay
while in the city. The accommodations
are strictly first class, the charges ate
moderate and the place is centrally lo
cated. Wo can safely advise on
ers to patronize the St. Elmo.
—lt will afford us much pleasure to
receive calls from our patrons and
friends, during the present holiday sea
son—or for that matter—at any time
during the entire year. If you come to
town, as of course you will, don't for
get to call around at the N w Journal
Oitice. We can have a little social
talk and a little business all in X] short
—C. F. Gephart offers three, more
piano or chime organs for sale on easy
terms, cash or instalment plan, at $75
—Now tnat we are comfortably fixed
in our new quarters we kindly ask our
friends to call and see us. The build
ing suits us well. It is not large, not
imposing, but spacious, neat, airy and
well adopted to its several purposes.
Yes, friends call to see us—it is en
couraging. But don't forget to bring
your subscription dues along, for that
is encouraging too, and we so much
need those individual dollars to square
off some " balances " which our build
ing, press, &c., left against us.
But perhaps you owe us nothing.
Possibly you are not even a subscriber.
If the former is true we are under obli
gations to you for having paid up to
time, or probably in advance, and here
by express our thankfulness. But if
the latter is the case it will take but a
few moments to enter your names on
our books an d fill out a receipt for a
year's payment, if you wish.
Before you come ju9t please read our
advertisement in another column. You
may strike something that you exactly
need—a familf bib le, a dictionary,
album or sterescope, stockings or mit
tens, the best you ever saw, toys or
toy books for the little ones—anything.
We feel quite sure that we can suit
every age and taste with something
proper for a Christmas present—and
shall be very happy to serve you when
SPRING MILLS ITEMS.
Both Sabbath Schools will treat their
children of their schools on Monday
evening, Dec. 24th. A good time is ex
Folks are on the look out for ice to
store up for next summer.
Mr. George Korman, an aged and re
spected citizen, is lying dangerously ill
of dropsy of the heart.
Large lot Holiday of goods at I. J.
Grenoble's the "Bee Hive" of the val
Pork is scarce and in demand at 7cts.
Chips from Madisonburg.
Croquet is still in vogue.
Mr. Wm. Noll and Mr. Israel Wolf
are building new houses.
Mis. Michael Fiedler has moved into
her new house and is its only occupant.
The Evangelical parsonage lias been
much improved by being weather
The teachers and pupils of the pub
lic schools have decorated their school
rooms very beautifully.
Mr. Clarenci Moyer is off to Milton
on a yisit. Hope he may have a pleas
Many of our young folks expect to
attend tho musical convention at Ite
bersburg during the holidays.
Mr. Wm. Bierly has again returned
to Madisonburg his native town, after
a stay in Indiana of two years.
The Acme Literary Society, recent
ly organized, meets in the school house
every Thursday evening. All are cor
dially invited to attend and take part
in the exercises.
And how do you like the chips, Mr.
Editor—and do you want any more
from ANON ?
[The "chips" are very well picked
and prepared, and we shall bo glad to
receive them regularly. Ed.]
Echoes from Coburn.
Protracted meeting still in progress.
Miss Lizzie Catherman ot Mifllin
burg is visiting at W. 11. Kreamer's.
Mr. Clevan Dinges is going to New
York in a few days.
Our dealers are doing a big busi
ness in grain and pork. Opposition is
the life of trade.
A Sunday School was organized
last Sunday. The indications are that
it will be a success. Miss Cora Ard is
Dinges,Yonada & Co,already speak of
enlarging their store early next sum
mer, to accommodate their increasing
Mr. Grenniuger has built a new
steam saw mill just below the first tun
On 111'* evening of l>c. lh instant, at tin'
residence of Mr. Win. 'War, near Reliersburg,
by Rev. A. K. Zimmerman,Mr. Hiram K. Wort,
of Dauphin Co. Pa., and Miss Delia . Dear "of
Rebersburg Centre Co. l\t.
On th ' I'Uh ult..at the residence of Ira Grain
ly.noar Kebersburg.by llcv. A. K. Zinunerman,
Mr. Adam I>. Anman, Alice <1 randy,
t>ot!i of ltobersbu t'tf.
>1 111 tie Itn llnrKef .
Corrected every Wednesday
I Wheat, old, l.hO
Oats White do
Salt,per llrl LiO
Cement, pet" Bushel 45 to .><l
COAL MARKET AT COBUKN.
Egg Coal ♦ L 75
Stove " 5.(W
Pea by the ear load Special Prices.
Tlds hand if you hold the paior
rigid and a paper should always
1h? held right will point di
rectly to the
New Journal Store,
Penn Street, Millheim, Pa.,
Deininger & Bumiller,
"Then what ?"
Only that the new
Is the only exclusive
Book, Stationery and Variety Store
in Pcnns Valley and
We can not possibly begin to enumerate all the
goods we have for sale but there must be a
beginning somewhere and so we begin
and that is always a good beginning as well as a
Splendid Family Bibles, Pul
pit Bib'es, Teacher's Bi
bles, Sunday School
It will be to your iuterest to examine these be
lore buying elsewhere. The best present
you can make.
From the large Quarto Cabinet Album down to
the small Pocket Album holding a dozen
cards. Every style, variety and price.
ixK)k at these before you buy. They
are just the thing for Holiday
A large line of
These are good sellers all the time and are very
suitable for eheap presents.
Scrap Books and Pic
an endless variety, the finest and latest styles,
all sizes and prices. IntMstline we claim
to have more novelties than any store In
It will pay YOU to come and examine our stock of
Velvet Cabinet Frames,
before you buy elsewhere.
Our selection of
can not be beat anywhere and we give special
rates for Sunday School supplies.
Toys and Toy Books,
Dolls and Doll
and a general assortment of
Holiday Novelties and
Come, See and Buy
and make others happy by the fine presents
you can get at the
and at the
Next Door to JOURNAL Store, ;Maln Street,
Physician A Surgeon,
Offilca on Main street.
JOIIN F. II.YKTER.
Office opposite (lie Millheim Ranking limine,
MAIN STREET, MILLHEIM,
AD AM IIOY,
Orphai.H' Court Business a'Hpeei&lity.
Practices in all the courts of Centre county.
Special attention to Collections. Consultations
in Herman or English.
C. T. Alexander. C, M. Rower.
I.EXANDEK & BOWER,
Ofiloe in Carman's new building.
J. A. Beaver. J. W. Gephart.
Ofilce on Alleghany Street, North of High Street
JQ R.GEO. S. FRANK,
Physician A Surgeon,
Professional calls promptly answered. 3in
D. H. Hastings. W. F. Keeder.
JJASTINGS & REEDER,
Office on Allegheny Street, two doors east of
the office ocupied by the late firm of Yocum A
ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA.
C, G. MCMILLEN,
Good Sample Room on First Floor. Free
Buss to and front all trains. Special j*ates to
witnesses and jurors.
(Most Central Hotel in the clty.>
CORNER OF MAIN AND JAY STREETS,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
Goods ample Rooms for Commercial Travel
ers on first floor.
A. SIMON & SONS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL UROCKRS,
koeptho largest stock In the
143 MAIN STREET,
ELIAS LUSE. F. D. LUSE.
Elias Luse & Sen's
pLANING fly ILL,
In the rear of the Ev. Church, Pen Street,
ALL KINDS OF
PLANING MILL WORK
Doors, Window Frames
& Sash, Shutters &
Blinds, Siding, Brackets,
AND ALL STYLES OF
made to order at the most reasonable! unices,
A share of public patronuge respectfully so -
9thSt. South of Chestnut,
One Square South' o£ the New Post
Office, one half Square from Walnut
St. Theatre and in the very business
ceDtre of the city. On the American
and European plans,, Good rooms
fiom 50cts.to s3.oo,per day. Remodel
ed and newlji furnished. *
W. PAINE, M. D.,
46-ly Owner & Proprietor.
i At Cost i
—Watchmaker Jeweler, — i
is selling off his en- '
tire stock of
Plated Chains § Jewelry,
ladies' aad Gents' Solid Gold Rings.
Until January Ist,
to make a change in the business.
The public is respectfully
invited to call and get the i
beneJit of ibis rare chance.
A good Elgin Watch in silver
case for SB.OO.
Rogers Knives, Best Triple! Plate,
$2 90 j?r dozen.
Goods sent to responsible
parties to select from. Orders by
mail will receive prompt attention.
All kinds of repairing promptly done.
Goods to be repaired can be sent by
mail and will be returned in the
shortest possible time.
All kinds of Gold and Hair Jew
elry made to order.
SEJYD FOR PRICE LIST.
H. H. TOMLINSON
left for Philadelphia, New York
and Baltimore on Saturday
to purchase a large line of
Fancy & Holiday Goods,
which will bo sold at prices not
in the state. Both his Headquar
ters and Branch will be filled to
\ and m ate yourfcdf.aiul others happy.
J Itt.tni HUIIIIM*
Staple | Fancy Goods
A Speciality will be made during
the Holiday Season of
j Toys and Confectioneries.
I Afy many patrons and the public
J generally are imost respectfully in
; vited to call examine my "S'tock.
D. H. Lenker,
MANUFACTURER AND DEAUBII IK
Chamber Suits, Bureaus, Lounges,
Bedsteads, Stands, Marble-Top Ontre
Tables, Breakfast Tables, Dining
Tables, Extension Tables, Sideboards,
Sinks and all kinds of Kitchen Furni
ture, Cane or Wood Seat Chairs,
Rockers, Spring Beds, Wire, Wool and
Ilair Matiesses, every style of Moul l
iugs for Picture Frames. Frames of
any size made to order.
Undertaking a Specialty*
A share of the public patronage re
spectfully solicit d. 36-ly
I N. H. DOWNS' I
For the cure of
I Consumption, Coughs, Colds, Catarrh, I
I Croup, Asthma, Pleurisy, Hoarseness, 9
9 Influenza, Spitting Blood, Bronchitis, 1
■ an J all dUcaaea of the Throat, Chet, aad
Lungs. In all case# where this Elixir
gjj ua*d its efficacy is at once manifested, COB- £
rlncing the most incredulous that ®
Ul Is not incurable, if properly attended to.— SM
n At its commencement it Is bat a slight irrita-'€■
GO tion of tho membrane which covers the Langs; m&m
3C then an inflamstion, when the cough is rather yXS
dry, local fever,and the pulso more frequent,the SS
O cheeks flushed and chilis more common. This JJJJ
" Elixir in curing the above complaints, oper
■ ates so as To remove all morbid irrita- ■
H tlons and Inflamation from the langi I
H to the surface, and finally expel them from I
pgl the system. It facilitates expectoration.
It heals the ulcer&ted surfaces
■ and relieves the coagh and makes the breath- ■
B ing easy. It supports the strength and at the ■
9 same time reduces the fover. It to free from ■
dH strong opiate and astringent articles, which are ■
■ of so drying a nature as to be in great danger of ■
H destroying the patient; whereas this medicine ■
■ never dries or stops the coagh, but, by remov- ■
■ ing the CAUSE, consequently, when the cough Kg
■is cured the patient is welL Send address tor ■
B pamphlet giving full directions, free.
■ Price 35 cts., 50 cts., and 81.00 per bottle.
I BESET, JO HI SO I ft LOU, tops.. Barllsgtea. Tt. I
MB DOWNS' ELIXIR.MHI
Smith's German Ouoi
The Great German Remedy
Nearaigla, Dyspepsia, aad all Dissasss
of the Ntomarh, Bowels, Blood,
Liver aad Kidney a.
For Sale br ill Dealers ii ledioie, at 59 Cetti i Bodk
Prepared and sold at Wholesale by tho
GERMAN OLIO COMPANY,
3d Willow Street, Willlasupert, Pa.
Johnston, Hollo way k Co., 602 Areh St#
Kmlth, Kline ft Co.,
309 & 311 NORTH THIRD STREET.
K. C. WKVTfI NKKVB AMD BRAIM TBXiTBMT, e
,u*rai:i*e I .prrlSc lor H>*fe-rU. Dixtiu*** Odd vuUivßt, Pita,
Kri v.u* Neuralgia. Ucad.cha, M.rrn.ta Frnatratinn r.n—-4
l.y tin us* of alrui.nl cr tutam*, Wak.fulneaa, Mmt.l I>—
pi-fiutou. So'Uaiug of the iii.ln r-.uliln* In luaanilr auj
leauinx t<> mla*rv, il cay and death ; F .in.turo Oi I Ara,
Uani iitioM. Lots of Power In sltlicr MI. Involuntary Lnaatj
and niat .rr'iaa caaa-J by unreinli.n uf tb# brain.
mHAIiW' or nTer-tndulCnc. K*ch box mnuina OH mnuUtW
treatment *1 a box. or six boxes for fS, sect by raaJpto
paiJ uu r.<elpt of price.
WE GUARANTEE CIX BOXES
Tnc tra any rare. With encta order rac-lvd by ca for •'*
t. •!** aemnpnlil with fi, we vlll Sen 1 tba parch c*r our
w rittru xaarautee tora'un I the rroacy If thetrsaliaaat J-i
nt cT-ct a cur*. Onarauln-aUaaad only by
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The ccllr/;ti .1 vetcelablo I'tood i'uri.l r. it Immodiataly
cure* Haadaxha, CoaatipaUon. Furtttaathe Skta. Mailed
.niwh.ro upon receipt ot 25 fesla Uuurpe*s*d tor
Children. EISNER ft MENDELSON,
320 Race Street* Philadelphia, Pa.
F. A. Lchmann, Solicitor of American and
Foreign Patents, Washington, D. C. All busi
ness connected with Patents, whether before
the Patent oittce or the Courts, promptly at
tended to. No charge made unless a patent la
secured. Send for circular. tl
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bounty, back pay and discharges obtained. Ap
ply at once, delay prejudices your rights. Fees
fixed bv law. Address, with stamp, the old e 2
tablished firm of F.DSON & CO., Attorney* aud
Claim Agents, 917 F St., Washington, D. C.
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