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ftp jjitl!jfm Journal.
THURSDAY, MAY IST, 1884.
Published, by R. A. BUMILLER.
just returned from New York and
Philadelphia with a fine se
I CAR LOAD |
a 6 a ' a
Sugars and Syrups,
which will be sold lower than
anywhere else in the county.
CALL AND BE CONVINCED!
Main Street, Millheim, Pa.
—Lots of Spring work.
—Frog concerts every night.
—Soon time for a croquet parties ?
—The picnic season is coming near
—Promenades were iu order last
—Bananas aud good sweet Oranges
at H. H. Tomlinson's.
—Attend the Y. M. C. A. meeting
next Sunday afternoon.
—Little change for the better is noted
in B. F. Miller's condition.
—Miss Mary Evans, from Munsy, is
visiting relatives at this place.
—Fresh shad and rock fish is a favor
ite article on the town market.
—Accounts of three large fires appear
in the fifth column of this page.
—Heavy frosts in July are predicted
by the Canadian prophet, Vennor.
—Ex-Gov. Cuitin will be the orator
at Philipsburg on Decoration day.
—The mountains some distance
south of Coburn were on fire this week.
—lt is said that 7,000,000 base balls
will be used during the coming season.
—,T. R. B. Hartman laid a new board
walk in front of his property last week.
—Samuel Gramley, Esq., of Miles
township, paid us a pleasant visit last
—Rev. Fox moved into Miss Caroli
na Gobble's house ou Main street last
—Two organ grindeis in town last
Saturday. That means spring—'sure
as you live.
—Miss Lizzie Ilarter has had a se
vere attack of cold, but is able to be a
—Job work done neatly at this office
and at prices as low as any where.
Bring your orders.
—Rev. C. F. Gephart of New Berlin
favored us with a pleasant call last
week. Come again.
—J. Spigelmeyer is improving his
properties on Penn Street by new gar
den fences and fruit trees.
—W. T. Mauck & Son have the sole
agency for this county ot the Reading
Royal Ready Mixed Paints.
—Centre country court is in session
this week. A number of our citizens
are at Bellefonte attending it.
—Mr. James M. Gephart, who had
been attendiug school at Carlisle, Pa.,
is at home on a visit to bis parents.
—A party of ladies and gentlemen
were agreeably entertained by Miss Co
ra Reifsnyder one evening last week.
—Mr. George Kreamer and sister,
Miss Maggie, from Kreamersville,
spent a few hours in town on Sunday.
FOR SALE. —About one thousand
feet of Dry Linn Boards. Inquire at
this office. W.
—lf you appreciate good, white
bread or deliciou3 cakes, Zeigler's bak
ery on Penn street is your place to get
—Col. Coburn sold 110 acres of wood
land on the Huston farm to Mr. Mey
ers of Berk 8 country for $125 per a
—W. J. Springer, our tonsorial ar
tist, was not able to wield tho razor
last Saturday owing to a spell of ill
—II. 11. Tomlinson's large stock of
spring goods is now in. Head hi 3 ad
vertisement at the head of the first
—Our planing mills are booming.
They are full of orders for building
lumber, which indicates a brisk season
—Svme remarkable cures in this vi
vicinity of long continued and obsti
nate deases are ntilbuted to JfcDon
—E. W. Mauck showed us some
beautiful samples of wall paper last
week. He ordered a large and fine se
lection on Saturday.
—This kind of weather wakens up
vegetation wonderfully. Young let
tuce and onions will soon be included
in our bills of fare.
—S. T. Frain lias placed another
street lamp in front of tho First
National. Pedestrians are very much
pleased with the illumination.
—Enclose your shade trees with
high boxes if you would protect their
lower limbs from damage by tho vora
cious and long-necked town cow,
—The farm of John Keen, dee'd was
sold last Thursday to Mr. 11. V. B. Lin
coln, of Union county, at s*'>4 tier acre,
and the bnilding lots to Henry Keen.
—lf the weather stays as favorable
as it has been fur the last week, tlieie
will be a wonderful display of spring
bonnets,aud a harvest for our millin
—The gentleman on whose porch
that Bologna was eaten the other even
ing, would like to have a piece to pay
for the trouble of clearing away the re
—Harvey Ilauck, who has been seri
ously ill with lung fever is reported to
be over the crisis, but in a very weak
condition and nothing definite can be
—Mr. A. C. Mnsser is building a
cistern on his property 011 Main street.
He complains of the rocky condition of
the ground which makes it a very la
—AII exchange says that when a man
is so stingy as to borrow a newspaper
which he is able to buy, be will talk
through his nose to keep from wearing
out his teeth.
—The fine, warm evening and a
street conceit by our excellent band
brought out old and the young, large
and small and the streets presented a
—Mr. G. W. Stover, residing at
Penns Creek, had a severe stroke of
palsv last Friday which completely par
alyzed the one side of his body. His
condition is reported serious.
—No less than three mill wagons
pass through our streets every week
delivering flour manufactured by Mey
er, Breon, .McMullen and Ilockman
& Richard. Mill Heim indeed.
-Our young friend, P. H. Musser
turns out to be the expert gunner of
this section of the country. Wild
ducks are his game and lie shoots a
dozen—more or less—every pop.
—Some of our fishermen are spend
ing the rainy nights in the creeks and
generally come in the moruing
with large strings of fish. They run
the business on the whole sale plan.
—Over twenty-two hundred pounds
of beef were sold at the meat market
during last week. Tins is business.
John always keeps of the best meat and
gives satisfaction to all his customers.
—lf you have any items of news
bring or send it to the JOURNAL office,
and we will give our readers the benefit
of ft. This system works on tire mutual
plan and is sure to make a newsy local
—An old tree in front of Campbell's
residence on Main street was cut down
on Tuesday. We noticed John Kream
er chopping at it and must say that lie
handles the ax as if he had been there
—Mr. Miles Walker, of Bellefonte,
county commissioners' clerk, called at
the JOURNAL office last Thursday
morning. Sorry, we were not in, but
call again and we will make it a point
to be there.
—Mr. and Mrs. A. Walter, accom
panied by the lady's mother, Mrs. D.
A. Musser, departed for Philadelphia
on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Walter
will remain in the Quaker city for an
—We learn that an ugly flglit took
place in Brushvalley, near Rebersburg,
last Saturday night between two young
men who appeared to oe rivals in pay
ing attentions to a girl.
Result—a badly damaged face.
—Our friends Harper & Krearaer
are as happy as birds in their fine, new
store at Centre Hall. They have a
large and excellent stock of goods and
we are gl id to note, are doing a good
trade. Success to the enterprising
FOR SALE CHEAP.— A new 2£ Excel
sior Printing Press, with three fonts
of type, cases, &c., complete ; ,a Prize
Deraas Lathe and Scroll Saw, with
Circular Saw Attachment ; a Muzzle-
Loading Rifle, good as new, 90 balls to
lb. No 1 Shooter. Wishing to turn
these articles into cash at once, I offer
, them for sale at very low prices. For
further particulars address or call on
GEO. W. VONADA,
3t Madisonbnrg, Pa,
—You will find Dr. A. W. Uafer's
professional card in another column.
Dr. Hafer located in Millheim a few
weeks ago and invites all persons wish
ing any work done in the dentistry line
to give him a call He guarantees sat
isfaction to his patrons.
—Several sido instruments of our
band were sent away for repair this
work. The boys are anxious to get in
trim for the campaign. They were
out serenading last Saturday evening
and everybody appr eclated the sweet
strains of music rendered.
—P. 11. Musser, our popular jeweler,
is advertising his business in this
week's paper. lie always keeps a nice
stock of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
on hand, does all kinds of repairing in
a satisfactory manner and is <ui oblig
ing and pleasant young man to d al
with. Do not fail to give him a call.
—Mr. John Kerstettor, Jr., stil
makes a business of doing special jobs
at carpentry. John is really an expert
at the business and has large experince,
both in making out plans.specifications
and drawings, as well as a practical
workman. People who entrust their
work into his hands can safely rely on
having it done in be.st style at tho low
est prices. tf
ACCIDENT. — George, a little boy of
Mr. Mover, of Miles township, about
two years old, had his collar bone brok
en. He had cliuibed on the table try
ing to get at some tumblers while bis
mother was attending to some work
outside, when he fell olt the table with
the above result. He is doing as well
as can be expected.
—An out door meeting will be held
011 the square in the centre of town by
the Y. M. C. A. on next Sunday, May
4th, at 3.30 o'clock, P. M. Should the
weather be unfavorable it will he held
in the Evangelical church. AH loyers
of the cause are heartily invited to at"
tend. J. O. W. HERALD,
D. L. ZER BY. Leader,
—R. C. Cambridge, Chairman of the
Committee on Teacher's Permanent
Certificates gives notice that said com
mittee will meet in Bellefonte on Fri
day and Saturday, May the 2nd and 3rd,
when applicants are requested to pre
sent blanks properly signed by the
board of school directors of their dis
tricts and countersigned by the County
Superintendent, as well as their pro
—McDonald's improved Liver Pill
are the most reliable and satisfactory
Liver Pills made. J/any Doctors buy
them by the thousand for use in their
daily practice. No higher mark of con
fidence could be quoted, ife do not
know any proprietary medicine that
stands so high in the estimation of the
medical profession as McDonald's im
prove 1 Liver Pills. Dissatisfied buyers
can have their money refunded. Sold
by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
—The Beech Creek and Bellefonte
R. R. matter looks brighter again. A
continuance of operations is insured by
a bond of $25,000 3igned by fifty of
Bellefonte's best citizens, which covers
all damages asked by the land owuers
along the Hue. It is thought that this
removes the last obstruction in the
way and that the road may be comple
ted and ready for the running of trains
by the first of January 1885 at the far
thest. We earnestly hope that there
will be no more railroad scares and
that we be able to report speedy prog
ress from now out.
—ORANGE JUDD, Editor .of die A
merican Agriculturist for some thirty
years, but unconnected with its busi
ness management for a year or two
past, lias lately retired from its editor
ial department and located in the
West. He desires to gather a complete
"Postal-Card Album " of his old Read
ers and Friends, and requests them all
to send him now a Postal giving their
present location and address, naming
also, when convenient, the years in
which they were his subscribers. Mr.
Judd's address is Chicago, Illinois.
—We are in receipt of a communica
tion from the Manager of the IIARRI3-
BURG EYE.ANDEAR HOSPITAL AND IN
FIRMARY, of Ilarrisburg, Pa., request
ing this paper to call the attention of the
public to the fact that a FREE DISPEN
SARY has been attached to that institu
tion for the GRATUITOUS TREATMEMT
of the poor, who are unable to bear the
heavy expense necessaiily incurred in
undergoing treatment for the various
affections of the eye and ear, and those
afflicted in this manner will do well to
bear this announcement in mind.
—The following facts which we glean
from the Ilarrisburg lelegram may be
of interest to those of our readers who
are acquainted with Prof. J. 11. Kur
zenkuabe and bis twin sons. They
are the proprietors of one of the most
attractive music stores in Ilarrisburg,
having the shelves loaded with all kinds
of musical instruments from the Richt*
ter harmonica to the finest violiii3 and
guitars, while their ware rooms are
completely stocked with the finest pi
anos and organs. Their forty large
music folios are filled with the latest
and most popular sheet music.They
an assortment of 125 different music
books to select from. The upper rooms
are elegantly fitted up for teaching
purposes and there are now some fifty
pupils taking lessons under competent
teachers. The proprietors are genial,
fair and honest dealing gentlemen and
thorough musicians, with lots of grit
and business tact.
-—A word of advice in timely just now
when the streets and ro.uls are daily
traveled by tramps and scamps who
live by stealing anything they can lay
their hands 011. Many of these impu
dent fellows apply at the front door
and never ring the door bell, if there be
one, tut knock, and if the summons is
not immediately answered open tlie
door and walk in. They know that
the "women foiks" are all busy In the
hack part of the house, and the time
if ripe for them to make a haul. The
loss is not noticed until it is too late
to catch the thief. To be on the safe
side and to guard against these fellows
is to keep your front door locked.—
Pliilijtsburg Jour mil.
A paying investment.—Al this sea
son of the year when your cows fail hi
milk,your hoises become rough in coat,
your pigs refuse to thrive, the hens
won't lay as many eggs as they should,
you will Hilda package or two of McDon
ald's (.Vh biated Tonic and Blood Puri
fying Horse and Cattle Powders judic
iously administered an investment that
will pay big dividends. They are posi*
tively the best Horse and Cattle Pow
ders made. Dissatisfied buyers can
have their money refunded. What
other manufactuier dare make this of.
fer. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheioj,
—The Millheim Musical Association,
numbering over 50 members, are busy
practising for their first entertainment,
which will be held on Saturday, May
24th, 18S4. They are working out a
number of splendid choruses,quartettes,
duets and solos and by all indications
their coming conceit will be the event
of the season in this section. Their
posters will appear next week.
A full attendance of the next meet
ing is urgently requested, as Prof.
Kurzenknabe wishes to assign the solo,
duet,and qunrtett parts to tlre different
PENN HALL SHAVINGS.
James Con do bought himself ahorse.
Charle* Smith the trimmer is here
Freddy Ileckuian i 3 in the book a
gency business. Suecess to you Fred
Rumor siys, theie is a Telephone
Exchange in town, and we rather
think it true, the way things are car
ried on. The news is over the coun
try before Jack Plane gets hold of it.
Fred Moyer has a trimmer from
Boys,don't you dare to upset the wa
gons in front of J. C. Condo carriage
shops, or he will have your names in
the paper. For various reasons he will
let you slip this time, but take warn
Mr. Peck from Nittany Hall, was
seen in town on Saturday.
Yes, Mr. Broad Axe, the boys bad a
little canticoo the other Saturday night.
But there is nothing very funny about
that, they disturbed no one and took
care of their own business. We don't
note such things from Spriug Mills.
It is their daily bread.
Mrs. Wendell is off to Milton on a
visit to her father. Kind of rough on
you, Sandy, isn't it.
Some of our town boys bad a Picnic
at the caves on Saturday last, and re
ported a glorious time. We presume
they had, judging from their late ap
pearance in the evening,
John Condo, sold his bay horse for
the snug sum of $200..
What has become of the Centre Dt m
ocrat's Mountain liny.
—Now that the sudden and violent
changes of the weather occur every
twenty four hours, almost everyone
has a tioublesome cold, which, if neg
lected may produeo results that will
trouble you for the remainder of your
life. Dr. Kessler's Celebrated English
Cough 3fedicine is especially deserving
praise in this class of complaints. It
never fails! It never disappoints! In
structions for treatment of croup and
whooping cough also accompany each
bottle. Every family especially where
there is children should have a bottle.
Dissatisfied buyers can have their mon
ey refunded. Sold by J. Eisenhuth,
John B. Sh'afer has improved the ap
pearance of his residence very much by
building a fine porch.
Mr.Michael Bierly is gradually grow
ing weaker. lie is in his 83 year.
Miss Minnie Bierly has come home
to spend a few weens with lieu father,
Mr. Joseph Bierly.
Miss Ida Ocker has gone to Lock
Ilayen to learn diessmaking.
Geo. Limbert and William Bierly
are attending school at Penn Hall.
Lewis Wolf has commenced his sub
George and I'. O. Vonada have mov
ed their saw mill to the lower end of
Brushyalley, on John Seholl's timber
Rev. P. C. Weidemyer has returned
Clarence, you are imposing on the
pleasant spring evenings with your fur
E. S. Shafer purchased a yery fine
horse the other day.
Luther Stover's cows strayed from
home on Sunday, the 20th ult., and
have not been seen or heard of since.
Dr. Lee keeps two horses and sports
a new harness.
Nevan has commenced to study
dentistry. SHIN BONE.
SPRING MILLS ITEMS
Key. Foster preached a very inter
esting sermon on Sabbath morning.
David Burrell is at the brick woik of
his new house.
J. W. Bart pes of Penn Ilall is a very
good salesman. He represents the
house of B. Ayors & Co.
Prof. W. P. llostcrman has the lar
gest school of any since Prof. D. M.
Wolf has quit teaching. Glad to see it
On Sunday morning the attendance
at the Union school was ICH and at the
Methodist 114—all members of the
school, besides several visitors. So
you see our burg is not behind morally.
[At least not as far as numbers a-e
concerned. 4 By their fruits ye shall
know them," and we are led to
think that they correspond with the
numbers at your schools.—Ed. J
Our horse jockey was somewhat
heat the other day. He traded ani
mals, and the next morning it required
the services of four men to get the
horse on his feet Frank was fortunate,
when he could trade back again. A
wiser man is he.
Some talk of starting a base ball club
here. Why not ; we have some 18 or
20 young and active men doing noth
ing and that would atlord some exer
cise for them.
The principle question now is—
will the railroad company move the
s'ation or not? A delegation headed
by Col. G. A. liunk went to Williams
port, wishing to have it remain where
it is. Another delegation headed by
Commodore J. H. Bibby went there al
so to advocate the removal of it to near
iron bridge crossing. Plenty of chan
ces now to sign petitions. "Whoop er
up," gentlemen. BIIOAD AXE.
Fore3t Fireo in Centre Country.
PHILADELPHIA, April 28.—A special
from Philipsburg, Centre country, to
the Press says extensive forest fires
have prevailed in that section for the
past three days. This afternoon the
extensive saw mills at Snow Shoe be
longing to Hoover, Hughes Co.,were
destroyed, together with the store,
dwellings and stable, the whole aggre
gating a loss* of $30,003 to $40,000.
Miners at Pardee and Ilawn Run coal
mines were compelled to move out of
their house and leave as rapidly as
possible in oider to save their lives and
property. High wind ha 3 been blowing
all day ai d it's utterly impossible to
stop the flames.
A Big Saw Mill Burned.
WILLI AM3PORT, April 25. —The
large saw mill of Wolverton & Tins
man,located just outside of the eastern
city limits,"* was totally destroyed by
fire at two o'clock this morning. The
origin of the fire is a mystery. The
mill was a good one and supplied with
the best machinery for the manufacture
of lumber. The loss is $40,000, on
which there is an iusurance of only
$15,000 Forty five men were employ
ed in the mill, which had just started
no for the season with a good stock of
logs to manufacture. It will be rebuilt
A Town in Flames.
Selinsgrove Fired by Incendiaries
and Much Valuable Property
Special Dispatch to the Times.
SELINSGROVE, Pa., April 27.—This
evening fire started in Schoch & Pros.,
warehouse, on the corner of Pleasant
and Market streets, and quickly spread
up to Pine street, burning one block up
on both sides. All the grain and pro
duce in Schoch's warehouse, together
with five valuable horses, were burned
and the loss to the firm is estimated at
So,ooo. A keg of powder which was in
the warehouse exploded and men, wo
men and children ran through the
streets wild with fright and crying for
help. All families on Market street
have moved their household effects to
places of safety, some loading their
goods upon wagons and taking them to
the country. Help from Sunbury has
been telegraphed for and fire engines
are now on their way here.
At half-past ten o'clock the fire was
still raging and will sweep a greater
part of West Market street. Gember
ling & Bro's tin shop is in ruins and
the public school building on fire. The
loss up to this hour is estimated at $25,
000. The fire is supposed to be the
work of incendiaries. The fire alarm
rope was cut. Two rows of stables are
burned to ashes,but no dwelling bouses
have yet been burned. The greater part
of the loss so far is covered by insur
ance. This is the third attempt that
has been made to burn the town.
On the 21th inst., at the Lutheran parsonage
at Rebersbuag, by Rev. A. K. Zimmerman. Mr.
Charles C. Auman and Miss Lucy M. Young,
both of Centre countv.
On the 17th Inst., at Kebersbnrg, Pa., John
Frank, brother to Samuel Frank, aged HO years,
6 months and '22 days. "He died In the triumph
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &c.
All work neatly and promptly Exe
Shop on Main Street,
J-JH. A. W. HAFKU,
Surgeon & Dentist.
Office on Penu Street, South of Luth. church.
AN EXTRAORDINARY OFFER.
To All Wanting Employment.
We want Live. Energetic an Capable Agents
in every county in Ihe United Ntntea and Can
ada, to sell a patent article of great merit, ON
ITS MKITITFL, An article having a large sale,
paying over 100 per cent, profit, having no
competlt on. and on which Ihe agent is protect
ed in the exclusive sale by a deed given for each
and every county he may secure from us. With
all these advantage s to our agents, and the fact
that it is an urtlcl* that can lie sold to every
hoiiKcowncr, it might not tie necessary to make
an "BXRRAOUDINAKY OKFBTT" to secure good a
geuts at ohce, but we have concluded to make
il to sliow, not only our confidence In the merits
of our Invention, but in Its Hnlability by any u
gont that will handle It with energy. Our a-|
gents now at work are making from *l5O to I*loo
a month clear, and this fact makes It safe for
us to make our offer to all who uro out of cm
ployment. Any agent (hat will give our busi
ness a thirty days trial and fail to clear at least
*HKJ in this time, Anov it ALI. EXPENSES can re
turn all goods unsold to us and we will refund
the money paid for them- Any agent or Gen
eral Agent who would like ten or more counties
and work ihemthrough sub-agents for ninety
days, and fall to clear at least *750 ABOVE ALL
EXPENSES, can return all unsold and get their
money back. No other employer of agents ever
d.>l*o(l to make such offers, nor would we If we
did not know that we have agents now making
more that double the amount we guarrauteed.
and but two sale:; a day wouidgive a profit or
over *la month, and l hat one of our agents
took eight *en orders In one day. Our large de
scriptive circulars explain our offer fully, and
these we wish to send to every one out of em
ployment who will send us three one ceut
stamps or postage Send at once and secure
the ageuty in time for the boom,and go to work
on the terms named In our extraordinary offer.
We would like to have the address of all'the a
genfa, sewing machine solicitors and carpen
ters In the country, and ask any reader of this
papei who reads this offer.to send us at once the
name and aodress of all such they know. Ad
dress at once, or you will looso the best chance
ever offered to those out of employment to make
HKNNKU MANi PACTRNINO Co.,
166 >m It lift eld St., I'ittsbu rg, Pa.
Corrected every Wednesday
Wheat, old, - ].no
nats White 40
Suit, per Br! 1.40
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
Having a large assortment of remnants and
pieces of handsome broeaoed silks, satins and
velvets, we are putting thein up in assorted
bundles and furnishing them for "'Crazy Patch
work ' Cushions. Mats, Tidies, &c . Park
age X I— ls a handsome bundle of exquisites
silks, satins anil brocaded velvets (all different).
Just the thine/ for the most suj/erb pattern of fan
cy work, Bent postpaid fo 56 ctuts in postal
note or 1-cent Uain, s Package Mo. #— Con
taining three times as much as package No. 1.
•■rent postpaid for 91.00. These are all of the
very finest quality and cannot be equalled at
any other silk works in the U. S. at three times
our prices. They will please any lady, one
order always brings a dozen more. adieu*
Manual or Fancy. with 4 0 lllustra ons and
full instructions for artistic fancy work, hand
somely bound, postpaid 50 ets. Order novo.
Address, THE ROCHESTER SILK CO-. Rochester,
PAT E N T S.
F. A. Lehinann. Solicitor of American and
Foreign Patents, Washington, I). C. All busi
ness connected with Patents, whether before
the Patent <jttlc or the Courts, promptly at
tended to. No charge made unless a patent is
seeuied. Send for circular tf
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This space is reserved for
The New Advertisement
DINGES,VONADA & CO.
PIPE ORGAN TONE, W
Address' CiOtlCH ft WARREN ORCAN CO(, defroi^Mlch,
"OR, GEO. L. V
Office opposite the Lutheran Chi^|
PENNSYLVANIA " \
Winter Term begins Jan. 4,1984.
This institiiiion is located In one of the most
beautiful and healthful spots of the entire Alle
gheny region. It Is open to students of both
sexes, and offers the following courses of tHudy t
1 . A Full Classical Course of Four Years.
2. A Full Scientific Course of Four Years.
. A LatlnSclcuilttcCour.se.
4. The following SPECIAL COURSES, of two
ye ars each following the first two yea rs of
ihe scientific Course (a) AGRICULTURE ;
(h) NATURAL HISTORY; (c) CHEMIS
TRY AND PHYSICS; (d) fcIVIL ENGIN
5. A Short SPECIAL COCRSF. in Agriculture.
C. A short BPKCIAL COURSE in Chemistry.
7. A Classical and Scientific Preparatory Course.
8. SPECIAL COUSES are arranged to meet the
wants of individual students.
Ml 11 buy drill Is required. Expenses for board
and Incidentals very low. Tuition free. Young
ladies under charge of a competent lady Princi
For Catalogues, or other informationaddress
GEO. W. ATHrtRTON, PRESIDENT,
Iyr STATE COLLEGE, CENTRE CO. , Pa
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ored state of the Stomach and Bow- ■
els, when the use of
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Will give Immediate relief.
After constipation follows
Biliousness, Dyspepsia, I
Indigestion, Diseases of I
the Kidneys, Torpid Liver I
Rheumatism, Dizziness, I
Sick Headache, Loss of I
Appetite, Jaundice, Ap-I
Eruptions and Skin Dis-I
eases, etc., Which these I
Bitten will speedily cure by removing the eamm. fl
Keep the Stomach, Boted*, and Digcttim Organ* B
in good war ling order, and perfect health B
B will be the result. LsdlOS otben eub-fl
Hject to Sick Headache will find relief I
B and permanent cure by the IIM of theee Bitten I
1 ileing tonic and mildly pnrfatlve they fl
I PURIFY THE BLOOD. I
Price 25 cts. per bottle.
■ For sale by all dealen in medicine. Send B
B addreea for pamphlet, free, giving full directions fl
I HESRY, JOHSSOS4LOW,Preps., BtoHsgtsa. Yt, I
For Sale by 11. H. TOMLINSON,