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|l(< j|iU!nim Journal.
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16TII, 1884.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER.
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Chnrch & Snnda q School Directory.
Jtevs.B. Henffst and J. B. Pox, Preach's
Preaching next Sunday morning.
Sunday Scbooi, IK P.M.—D. L. ZEunv.Supt,
Missionary Society meets on the third Mon
day evening of each month.
Rev. O. P. It. Sarvis, Preacher-in charge.
Protracted meeting in progress.
Sunday School at 10H A.M.— D. A Musser, Sup't
Rev. Zwinah A. Yearick , Pastor.
Mite society meets regularly on the ilrstTues
(ay evening of each month.
Rtv. J. O. W. Herald, Preacher-incharge.
Sunday scbooi, 9 A.M.—/. G. W. Herald Sunt
Rev. Asper. of Maryland, will preach at Aa
ronsbui t next Sunday morning, and Millheim
in the evening.
Sunday School at 9 A.M.— H. E. Duck, Supt
The Augsburg Bible Class meets every Sun
Ladies 1 Mite Society meets on the first Mon
day evening of each month.
Democratic County Committee for
Beliefoute N. W James A. M'Claln.
" S.W A1 Garman.
*• W. W James Scholield.
Howard . A. Weber.
Miles burg Dr. W. C. Grove.
MiUlieim - James C. Smith
Phllipsburg Ist W J. N. Cassanova.
" 2d W J. O. Loraine.
" 3d W John M. Holt
Unionvlile P. McDonald.
Rentier Wnt. H. Close.
Boggs S Fntnk Adams.
M N George Brown.
Burnside H. M. Meeker.
College W. li. Tlbtens.
Curtin - John McOlockey.
Ferguson F. P Peter I.anck.
™ W. P la'vi Walker.
Gregg S Luther Kisliel.
" N - John t.ossman.
Haines K. P M. Feidier.
" W. P George Bower.
Haifmoon - D. J. Gates.
Harris Jacob Weaver, Jr.
Howard Geo. D Johnson.
Huston— Charles Murray.
Liberty.— - Frank Brown.
Marion- Joint Hoy, Jr.
Miles Peter S. Beirly.
Patton Robert Reed.
Penn— Andrew Campbell
Potter N. P Dr. John F. Alexander.
" S. P Joseph UiUand.
RushS. P—........... John O'Neil.
•* N.P John Long.
Snow Shoe N. P... Edgar Holt.
" '• S. P
Spring John Gerbrick.
Taylor B. V. Fink.
Union —— - Sant'l K. Einerick.
Walker.....— Sol. Peck.
Worth...—...— Win. Lewis.
P. G RAT MEEK.
THOMAS A. HENDRICKS,
ELECTORS AT LARGE.
Richard Vaux, 1 B J McGarnn.
H B Plummer, I
1. John Slavin, 115. Gerrge S Pardy,
2.JPJ Sensendorf,' 116. P K Ackley.
3. John W Lee, il7. John P Levan,
4. Herbert J Horn. |lB. Ezra D Packer,
5. Richard L Wright,' 19. E W Mumtna,
6. John H Brinton, ,20. A H Dill,
7.m Stahler, 21. Frank P lams,
8. Cbas F Bentschler, 22. Jlv P Duff,
9. H M North, 23. John Swan,
10. Harry G Stiles, 24. A B Winternitz,
11. A J Broadhead. 25. John H Hill,
12. F Y Rockafellow, t 29. Wnt A Farquer,
13. Richard Rahn, j27. A I Greenfield,
14. George H Irvin, !
Democratic State Ticket.
FOR CONGRESS-AT- AROE,
GEN. W. W. DAVIS,
of Bucks County.
Democratic County Ticket.
*,• f JOHN A. WOODWARD,
Representatives J J IEONABD RHONE.
Associate Judqe— CHESTER MUNSON.
Sheriff— MILES WA KER.
Prothonotary— ROBERT G. BRETT.
County Treasurer — CHARLES SMITH.
Register— JAMES A. MCCLAIN.
.Recorder— FßANK E. BIBLE.
County Commissioners, j
A ,IJ/I/W, F SOLOMON PECK,
AUDUORSJ J A.DINGES.
ADAM HOY, subject to the decision
of the district convention.
Hon. A. G. CURTIN, subject to the
decision of the congressional district
Tuesday's contest in West Virginia
resulted in the election of the demo
cratic state ticket by a majority of at
least 1500, a gain of 5000 over the
majority in 1800. The democrats in
1880 had a majority of 3100 and in
1882—3200. This is one of the states
that the Blaine managers had claim
ed in the early part of the canvass,but
they failed to get it.
Result in Ohio.
The Republicans, after Blaines'
stump tour through tfce state and an
immense amount of hard work and
worry succeeded in purchasing a
plurality of about 12,000. This does
not come up to republican expecta
tions and is about 10,000 less than
Blaine hoped for. The result of the
October elections leaves the democrat
ic sky brighter than ever and Blaine
will have to do more stumping than
he did in Ohio it he would beat Cleve
land in November.
Gurtiu to Run as an Independent.
Special Dispatch to the PATRIOT.
BELLEFONTE, Pa., Oct. 14. —The
conference of the Twentieth congris
sional district is no\v T in session here.
At the convening of the evening*-sess
ion the conferees of Centre and Clear
field counties, representing Governor
Curtin, without provocation or warn
ing withdrew from the conference.
This was in pursuance of an agree
ment with the republican conference
also in session here to-day, that no
republican would be placed in nomi
nation and Curtin's name would be
placed on the republican tickets. The
republican conference has adjourned.
The democratic conference is still in
A MAN without honor or shame, a
rascal and instigator of rascalities, are
some of the scathing terms used by
j the New York Times, one of the
most influential republican papers in
the country, in speaking of Blaine.
NEW ENGLAND Republicans are
bolting Blaine by droves. Aias for
the letters. "Burn them.' *
THE Brooklin, N. Y. Eagle, esti
mates the vote ot the "independent
republicans" in that state at 4.">,t)00.
The New York Herald thinks this
estimation much too low.
MANY of the Ilocking Valley,(Ohio)
mines are on fire. The striking min
ers blame the operators, and they in
return blame the miners for setting
fire to the mines. The campaign was
hot enough to fire them.
AMONG the latest bolters from Blaine
are Daniel C. Eaton, Professor of
Botany in Yale College, and Hon. E.
M. Chapin, of Connecticut. And still
Cannot Support Blaine.
Resignation of a New York Repub
Dr. W. E. Forrest, one of the Elect
ors on the Republican ticket for New
York, has resigned from his position
because he caunot conscientiously sup
port Mr Blaine, lie has addressed
the following letter to Mr. J. D. War
ren, the Chairman of the Republican
State Committee .-
"Sir I wisli to tender my resigna
tion as Republican Elector for tins
Slate. lam sorry to say that 1 cannot
conscientiously support the present
nominee for President, James G.Blaine.
I remain, yours respectfully,
W. E. FORREST."
Since the receipt of ithis letter a few
days ago the members of the State and
National Republican Committees have
been at their wits' ends what to do a
bout It. They haye brought every in
fluence to bear on Dr. Forrest to induce
him to withdraw his resignation. But
the Doctor has stood firm to his convic
A reporter of the World called on Dr.
Forrest. Though always active in the
councils of his party, Dr. Forrest was
never particularly indentifled with
ward politics, but his name was put on
the Republican Electoral ticket. In
answer to the reporter's inquiry, the
Doctor freely admitted that he had sent
his letter of resignation to the Chair
man of the Republican State Commit
4 What were your reasons, Doctor,'
asked the reporter, 'for declining to
serve as an elector ?'
'There is only one reason, and 1 have
so stated it in my letter. It is because
I cannot conscientiously support Mr.
'Will you state why you cannot sup
port him ?'
'I would prefer not to mention my
reasons. They must be patent to every
'Were you not aware when you were
chosen an elector that Mr.Blaine would
be likely to receive the nomination V
'lt was some time before the Conven
tion when I was chosen—early in June,
I believe. At that time I had given
the subject very little consideration.
Since Mr. Blaine was nominated I
have regarded his choice by the Con
vention in every light, and after a long
and careful consideration, I could not
help coming to the conclusion that I
could not conscientiously remain on the
electoral ticket. I was in honor bound
to so inform the Committee, which I
did. Ido not know that I 4 'can say any
thing further on the subject.'
READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
ADRIAN, Mich., Jan. 31, 'Bl.
Have sold the goods many years, and
they give the best of satisfaction. We
had an order for three large bottles of
Downs' Elixir last week to be sent to
J. R. BENNET & Co., Druggists.
The goods referred to in foregoing
letter are N. 11. Downs' Vegetable Bal
samic Elixir, Dr. Baxter's Mandrake
Bitters, and Henry & Johnson's Arnica
and Oil Liniment.
For Sale at SFIGELM YER'S.
Millheim & Madisonburg, Pa.
LADIES' MEDICAL ADYISEIL—A
complete Medical Work for Women,
handsomely bound in cloth and illus
trated ; postpaid for 10 two-cent
stamps. Tells how to prevent and
cure all diseases of the sex, by a treat
ment at home. Worth its weight in
Gold to every lady suffering from any
of these diseases. Over 10.000 sold al
ready. Address NUNDA PUBLISHING
Co., Nunda, N. Y, 28-3 m,
Democratic moetiugs havo boon
called for the following* places and
Brumgard's School House, Miles
township, Wednesday evening, October
15, 1884. Speakers—Leonard Rhone,
C. M. Bower, D, F. Fortney.
Linden Hall, Wednesday evening,
October 15, ISB4. Speakers—Jno. A.
W. C. Ilein'e, J. L. Spang
Mudisonburg, Thursday evening, Oc
tober 10,1884. Speakers—L. Rhone,D,
F. Fortney, C. M. Bower.
Tusseyville, Thursday evening, Oeto
l>cr 10,1884. Speakers—Jno A. Wood
ward,.!. L. Spangler, W. C. Heinle.
Ilostennan's school house. Haines
township, Friday evening, October 17,
1884. Speakers—L. Rhone,J. L.Spang
ler, W. C. Heinle.
Potters Mills, Friday evening, Octo
l>ei 17,1881. Speakers—Jno. A. Wood
ward, C. M. Bower, 1). F. Fortney.
Unburn, Saturday evening, October
18, 1881. Speakers—L. Rhone, J. L*
Spangler, Jno. A. Woodward, 1.). F
Jacksonville, Monday evening, Octo
ber 20, 1884. Speakers—L. Rhone, 11.
v. Stitzer, Aaron Williams.
Conley's school house, Benner town
ship, Monday evening, October 20 1884.
Speakers—Geo. R. Barrett, jr., W. U.
Heinle, Jno. A. Woodward.
Nittany, Tuesday evening, Oetobo
21, 1884. Speakers—J J. Rhone, D. F.
Fortney, C. Jlf. Bower.
Rock Forge, Tuesday evening, Octo
ber 21,1854. Speakers—Jno. A. Wood
ward, Geo. R. Barrett, il. Y. Stitzer.
Rebersburg, Wednesday evening, OJ
tober 22,1884. Speakers—Jno A.Wood
ward, C. M. Bower, L>. F. Fortney.
Fenn llall, Wednesday evening, Oc
tober, 22, 1884. Speakers—L. Rhone,
Gro. R. Barrett, jr., W. (J. Heinle.
Murray's school house, Gregg town
ship, Thursday evening, October 23,
1884. Speakers—L. Rhone, I). F.Fort.
ney, C. M. Bower.
Centre Hall, Thursday evening, Oct
ober 23, 1884. Speakers—Jno. A. Wood
ward, llou. C. T. Alexander, J. L.
Union school house Gregg township,
Friday evening, October 24, ISS4.
Speakers—D. F. Fortney, L. Rhone, C.
Decker's school house, Gregg town
ship, Friday evening, October 24,1884.
Speakers— Geo R. Barrett, jr., Jno.
A. Woodward, W. C. Heinle.
Millheim, Saturday evening, October
25,1884. Speakers—Hon. J. 11. Orvis,
Jno. A. Woodward, Leonard Rhone.
It is expected that the member of the
County Committee in eaeli of the al ove
respectiye districts will arrange for
opening and lighting the room where
the meeting is to be held.
P. GRAY MEEK,
Chairman Dem County Committee.
J. C. MEYER, Secretary.
From our Regular Correspondent
WASHINGTON, D. C., Oct. 13 1884.
There is Joe Jfedill with bis Chicago
1 Tribune, there is Horace White, and
there is Bill Grosvenor, all three of
them slashing away like all possessed
in favor of Blaine and free trade, while
Blaine himself is tramping with his
hippodrome all through Ohio, denoun
cing free trade and splitting the ears of
the groundlings with his howls for pro
tection ! It is no wonder that such a
bevy of incongruities should scatter
themselves and keep as far aloof as
possible from each other. How politics
and politicians can be utilized so as to
suit localities and adapt themselves to
circumstances, has never been so fully
exemplified us in the present campaign.
In the wool districts of Ohio, and the
iron districts of Pennsylvania, the Re
publican orators whoop it up for pro
tection, while the same fellows go into
free trade, lowa, Minnesota, Kansas
and Illmoise and scream the other way.
However, Blaine's career as a politician
and financier makes the tariff question
of minor importance with the people,
who are sending up a most earnest cry
against the elevation of such a man to
the most exalted position on earth.
A prominent Republican lawyer in
Indiana writes relative to the Demo
cratic prospect in that State, that Com
missioner Dudley's resigning of his po
sition as Commissioner of Pensions, to
take effect after election, is one of the
most barefaced and atrocious cases of
malversation in office that has eyer oc
curred in our political history. This
very act of Dudley's is going to cost his
party in Indiana twenty thousand votes,
and it ought to. Dudley was a candi
date for the Republican nomination.for
Goyernor of Indiana, and having been
worsted in that, has of course received
a promise of something fat from a Re
publican administration in case there
should be one next year. The atten
tion of President Arthur has been fre
quently called to Dudley's transgression
of the Civil Service law, but Mr. Ar
thur's junketing propensity must first
be gratified, and then*—he will let Dud
ley do as he pleases.
It is perhaps entirely appropriate that
Mr. ex-Senator Windotn should take
the stump in Ohio to helpout his friend
Mr. Mulligan Blaine, inasmuch as they
both belong to that class of Republican
oflice holders who have been able to rear
magnificant palaces at the capital on
insignificant salaries. When Mr. Win
dom was a candidate before the Minne
sota Legislature,two or three years ago,
for reelection to the Senate,some meddle
some fellow sent on to St. Paul and
had distributed among the members of
the Legislature a photograph of Wind
om's palatial residence accompanied
by a vivid description of the inlaid pan
el work, the tiled floors,the costly stair
cases, the elegant bric-a-bric, and all
that sort of thing. The photograph
dil its work* ami did it so effectually
that. Mr. Wind tun has ' )eon ac *
countt d a factor in Minnesota or any
other politics since. The plain farmers
of Minnesota couM'not comprehend the
artiiiuetical proxreosiou that enabled
Mr. Windoin to put $150,000 in a resi
dence, on a salary of $5,000 a year, un
less there was some kind of extraneous
jobbery which the people of Minnesota
had not chosen liiiu to indulge in. Mr.
Blaine's mansion is still costlier and
more elegant in all its appointments, as
you may judge When 1 tell you that Mr.
Loiter, the recent dry goods prince of
Chicago, pays $13,000 per annum for its
rental ! PHONO.
Neuralgia of the Face*
Capt. John Orr, Pearlington, Miss., has
born a most intense sufferer (rotn facial
neuralgia for over twenty years. lie has
had seventeen operations performed on
the nerves—that is, had them divided, cut
off close to the bone from which they
emerge. But this never did him any good;
the most excruciating pain continued
without the least interruption. He often
wished for death to relieve him of the in
tolerable pain The best physicians failed
to relieve him They finally advised him
to consult Dra. Hartman & Miller, at the
St. Charles Hotel, New Orleans, which
he did. They prescribed PKRUNA, and
in less than a month was entirely relieved
of the pain. Before consulting these doc
tors (he least touch to any part of his face
or nose would cause the most fearful pain,
while now he can blow his nose and wipe
his face without the least fear of pain.
The captain is grateful beyond measure
for this unexpected and unhoped for result.
Mrs. Elizabeth Laurel street.
New Orleans, has been one of the great
est sufferers from Neuralgia of the face
during the past year that we have ever
heard of. From morning to night, and
from night to morning, there was one
constant, racking, tearing, burning pain,
extendingclear around her head and deep
down through every muscle, tooth and
bone in her face. No rest and no sleep.
All physicians failed to relieve her, as
well as all remedies. She was constantly
in the most agonizing despair. She called
on Dr. Hartman, who said the cause was
chronic catarrh. He prescribed PKRUNA
for her and now every pain has left her.
She feels like another person and can eat
heartily and sleep soundly.
Mrs. C. J. Miles, Gallipolis, O , writes:
41 DR. S. B. HARTMAN & Co,, Columbus,
O. My affliction has been rheumatism, lo
cated in the right arm and shoulder, of
more than two years' standing, and after
trying a great many remedies without any
relief, I commenced the use of PERUNA,
which, after using three bottles, found a
decided change for the better. I contin
ued to use it and now feel entirely well."
Huldah Ward, Wellston,o., writes: "I
have been afflicted for years with that
dreaded disease, catarrh. I tried a great
many different kinds of medicine, but to
no effect. I commenced taking your PE
RUNA about nine months ago; have tak
en about ten bottles. It is doing me much
good. By its continued use I hope to be
Dr. A. B. Lovejoy, Dadeville, Ala.,
writes: 44 1 have a fine run on your PK
RUNA and MANALIN. Please send me a
lot of books, *' The Ills of Life."
GOD SAVE THE COMMONWEALTH.
I. Thomas .1. Dunkle, High Hherlff of the
county of Centre, common wealth of Pentisylva
nia, do hereby make known and give notice to
the electors of the conn y aforesaid, that an
election will bo held in said county of Centre,oll
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, ISS4.
[being the Tuesday, neat, following the first
Monday in November] at which time the fol
lowing officers will l>e elected, to *wit:
"Three persons for Electors at-Large for Presi
dent and Vice President of the United states;
Twenty-seven persons for District Electors
for President and Vice President of the United
One person for f'ongrcssmnn-at-Large for the
Commonwealth of Penuylvania.
One person for Congressman fromthi- district.
One person for President.ludge of the district
of Centre and Huntingdon counties.
One person for Associate .ludge for the coun
ty of Centre.
Two persons for members of the House of
Representatives of Pennsylvania, for Centre
One person lor High Sheriff for the county of
One person for Frothonotary for the county of
One person for Treasurer for the county of
(hie person for Register for the county of
One person for Recorder for the county of
Three persona for Commissioners for the coun
ty of Centre.
Three persons for Auditors for the county of
I also hereby make known and give notice
that the places or aforesaid election In the sev
eral boroughs and townships within the county
of Centre are as follows, to wit :
For the township of Haines at the public
house of And. Infmeiat Aaronsburg, west pre
Haines township, cast precinct, at the school
house in Woodward.
For the township of Half Moon at the school
house in Stormstown.
For the township of Taj lor at the house erect
ed for that purpose 011 the property of Leonard
For the township of PotN r. north precinct, at
1 the public house of D .1. Meyer in Centre Hall.
For the township of Potter,southern precinct,
at the public house of D. 11. ituhl, Potters Mills.
For the township of Gregg,northern precinct,
at Murry's school house.
For the township of Gregg, southern precinct,
at the public house ownea by J. I), fisher, of
For the township of College in the school
house at 1 emo.it.
For the township of Ferguson, old precinct,in
the school house at Pine Grove.
For the township of Ferguson, new precinct,
in the school house at Buileyvillc.
For the township of Harris in the school house
For the township of Patton ot the house of Pe
For the borough of Bellefonte, and the town
ships of Spring and Beqner at the Court House
For the borough and township of Howard at
the school house of said borough.
For the township of Rush, northern precinct,
ai the Cohl Stream school house.
For the township of Rush,southern precinct,
at Powelton school house.
For the township of Snow Shoo, east precinct,
at the school house in Snow Shoe town.
For the township of Snow Shoe,west precinct,
at I he Mo-hannon school house.
FOl the township of Marion at the house of
Joel King 111 Jacksonville
The borough of Mllesburg at the school house
For the township of Boggs, north precinct, at
the Walker school hou-e.
For ihe township of Hoggs, south precinct, at
the Central City sphool house
For (he township of Huston at the Silver Dale
For the township of Penn at the public house
of Joseph Klcckner, Cobtirn.
For the borough of Alillhelin at the school
house opposite the Evangelical church in said
For the township of Liberty In the school
house In Fagleville.
For the township of Worth at the school house
in Port Matilda.
For the township of Bnrnside at the school
house of J. K. Boak.
For the township of Curtin at the school
house of Robert Mann's.
For the borough of Unionvllle and the town
ship of Union at the new school house at Utiion
For the First and Second wards of the bor
ough of Pldlipsbtirg at the large public school
For the Third ward of the borough of Philips
lnirg at the small public school house.
NOTICE is hereby given, "That all persons,
excepting justices of the peace, WHO shall hold
office or appointment of i.uy prolit or trust un
der the government of the United States, or of
this State, or of any city or incorporated dis
trict, whether a commissioned officer or other
wise, subordinate officer or agent who is or
shall be employed under the Legislative, Exe
cutive or Judiciary Department of this stale,or
of the United States, or of any city or incorpor
ated district ; and also that every member of
Congress or State Legislature, and of the select
or common council of any city, or commission
ers of any incorporated district, is by law capa- [
l>le of 'holding or exercising. at the same time, i
the offlcee or appointment of Judge, Inspector
or Clerk of any election of tiiis Commonwealth;
and that no inspector, Judge or other officer of '
any such election shall be eligible to auy office
to be then voted for.
TICKETS TO BE VOTER
The qualified electors will take not ice ol the
follow 1 tie uo.ts of Assembly, approved tip- 12th
nay of March, "An act regulating the
mode of voting at all elections in the several
counties ofjl his Common wealth."
See. 1. lie it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of fhe Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania-,n General Assembly, met, and it
is Irereby enacted by tiie authority of tin- same,
That the qualified electors for the several coun
ties of the Commonwealth, at nli generul.town
s!lll>. borough and special elections are hereby
authorized and required to vote by tickets,
printed or written, or partly printed or partly
written, severally classified as follows: One
ticket shall embrace Hie names of Judges of
courts voted fo: and to bo tabled outside "Ju
dietary,'' one ticket shall embrace the names of
all the Slate oflleers to IK* voted for, and shall
bo tabled "State," one ticket shall embrace the
names of all the oflleers voted for, IncludiiiK.tlie
ofllre of senator and members of the Assembly,
tf voted for, and tabled 'County," one ticket
shall embrace the names of all the township of-
HciTs voted for, and be labled "Township, one
ticket shall embraco the names of all the Iwn
ough oflleers voted for,and be lab!ed"Borongh,"
ami each class shall b> do msit ui in separate
ballot-boxes. THOMAS .1, DUNIiLK.
Sheriff Of Centre county.
•Murna - 1,,, | | gin imn ■ wr——wi— u u m
L /•; (IL .1D VEli TIS/•:. 1/EJfTS.
\ DMfNISTItATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
IV iidmiuslratloii on the estate of Jacob W
Stover, late oi Haines township, d< e ased.liav
tug been granted to tin* undersigned.all person
knowing themselves inbebtrd to said estate are
hereby requested to make Immediate pay in lit,
ami those having claims against the same to
present them duly authenticated for settle
in nit. T. I>. STOVER,
1 EXECUTOR'S SALE.—The stibscrlbor.exeeu
"j tor of the estate of Adam Weaver, late of
Halne* township, deceased, will offer at public
sale, on the premises, one mile west of Wood
ward, on SATURDAY. NOV, IOT. 11*4, the follow
ing real estate;
Nisvi N AL lots OF LAND, w'th GOOD HOUSE, sta
ble and other outbuildings thereon erected.
Good water and cbotco fruit on the premises.
Also at the same time ,2 Beds, Bureau Stove
and pipe, Lot of Carpet, sett Chain, Table,
Mirror,Chest,old grandfather s Clock and other
household goods too numerous to mention.
Sale to begin at one o'clock, when terms will
be made known by
ADAM WE A vni Executor.
CIAIJTION.— The following articles .being the
J personal property ol Henry Uiekard.h ivo
been purchased by the undersigned :.t con si a
tile's sale, Sept. loih, DW4: Two Beds and Bed
ding, One half dozen Chairs, One Table, Two
Cooking Stoves ar.d utensils, Onu Parlor Stove,
Iwo Doutghtrays, Two Wash Stands, One
l ounge. One Cupboard, One Sink, Lot of Canet,
Lot of Oueensw are. One Sewing Machine, One
Ho ' one Clock.Potatoes in the around. 1 hereby
■ :ti n all persons not to meddle or in anywise
inteilere with the same, as 1 have left the prop
en \ in/the hands of Henry lt.ckard at iny
1. J. GRENOBLE.
Spring Mills, Oct. 2nd ,I*B4. 38-3t
TJiXRCUTOR'S SALE.-By an order of the
i Orphan's Court .if Centre county, the un
let signed,executors of the estate of Jonathan
K learner, late of Millheiin, deceased, will sell
at public sale, <>n the. premlsesin Millheiin,
<>n SUTKDAY, OCTOBER 18TII, 1884, the following
real estate. VIZ-
First, That certain farm situate in Penn
township, about one and a hall miles southwest
of Miilheini,containing between seventy and
oventy-llve acres. Ther-on erected a DWKLL-
I V O HOUSE, BANK BARN, LAHOE WAOON SHED
ind other outbuildings. This part is in a high
state of cultivation and is un urp i-sed for pro
uetlveaess—one of the hest farms In Penns
Valley. Splendid spring and well water on the
premises. Orchardso* the choicest fruit trees,
*iiell as apple, pears, plum-., quince. &c.
Second, All those certain lots situate in tiie
n rough of Millheiin. J'hereon erected a large
Frame 11 del Building, TwoSiteds, and all otn
r r.necessary outbitUdings, known as ihe First
National Hotel. TJils h >iel is in first class con
dition and is a verv desirable property.
Third, the one half interest in all that cer
tain tract of TIMBERLAND,situate in Perm town
hip, aforesaid, bounded and described as fol
lows: On the east by land of Ein'l. Kerstetter,
etal.on tiie north by land of John Bowersox,
on the west by land of W. 1.. Torbert. and on
the south by land of George W Stover, et al.
containing forty-nine acres, three perches ana
TERMS OF SALE: Ten per cent, of purchase
money t> oe paid on day of sale, one third of
balance oil continuation of sale . one third iu
one year, and one third in two years. Deterred
payments to bear Interest and to be secured by
bond and mortgage on the premises,
Bale to commence at one o'clock, p. tn.
A. F. KRKAMEK,
J. 11. KRKAMEK, Executors.
TpXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters testamen-
J tary on the estate of Simon Bote, late of
Aaronsburg, deceased, having been granted to
the ui derslgned. all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate are hereby le
quested to make immedinte payments, aud
tliose ltavi <c claims to present them duly prov
en for settlement. J. C. BOTE.
THE BEST STOBE!
G. W. HARTER'S
Main St., opposite Bank, Miilheini,Pa.
Finest Groceries in the
Choice Confectioneries !
FRESH OYSTERS !
Best Tobacco and Cigars!
COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN AT THE
HIGHEST HOME MARKET PRICES!
Call and get Low Prices!
J. L. Spangter. C. P. Hewes
GPANGLER & IIEVVES,
Office in Furat's new building.
DO YOU KNOW
with Rial Tin Tag; Itose Seal' Fine Cut Chew
ing; Navy Clipping*, and Black, Brown and
Yellow SNUFFS are the best undclieapest.qual
HELP WANTED.— Females.
WANTED— In every town.eitv and county,
an intelligent, energetic liuly of good ad
dress and some business ability, to introduce to
the trade and consumers. MADAM DEAN'S CECE
BKATEI) SPINAL SUPPORTING CORSET. Splendidly
advertised : highly recommended by the leading
Modistes, the fashionable Dressmakers, and the
most eminent Physicians of the United States
and Europe. Liberal pay. Agents are making
sls to $65 weekly. Addres 0 ,
LEWIS OCHIKLE & Co.,
40-lt 390 Broadway, New York.
Mrs. Sarah A. Zeigler's
on Penn street, south of rnce bridge,
of superior quality can be bought at
any time and in tiny quantity.
ICE CREAM AND FAN
or Weddings, Picnics and other social
gatherings promptly made to order
Call at her place and get your sup
plies at exceedingly low prices. 34-3 m
JJU. A. W. HAKKItT"
0.21 ec on ivtiu Street, South of Lutli. cjiurch
p H. MUSSEF,
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, &e.
All work neatly and promptly Exe
Shop on Main Street,
FOR THE BARGAIN STORE!
T ATE ARRIVAL
OF TIIE FINEST AND LAUOKST STOCK OF
FALL & WINTER GOODS
ever brought to this town or neighborhood.
D. S. Kauffman & Co's Bargain Store
is brimful of the latest styles of
of which we want to mention particularly our fine
Cashmeres & Cassimeres, Calicoes & Muslins.
Space does not permit us to go Into details, but we can assure our customers that our goods will
suit them in every particular. Special care has been devoted to the purchase of
Beady-made Clothing, Hats and Caps,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
These goods form a principal department of our extensive store and it will pay you to oaU on us
when In need of anything in this line.
Groceries, Confectioneries and Canned Fruit
in every variety and quality We make a specialty of
3DJet ° TTC3-S
and consequently carry a complete line at all times.
PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED BY EXPERIENCED SALESMEN.
3ES T CIGsiSS S? TQB£€€Q /
Remember! \o Trouble to show Goods!
Come without fail and get the benefits of the bargains we are offering.
D. S- KAUFFMAN & 00.
J. R. SMITH 4 CO.
Nos. 110, 112 & 114, Front Street,
W; \ '5 .fr'
Musical Instruments, Furniture, Carpets,
China, Silverware, and House Furnishing
HyQOODS DELIVERED FREE OF CHARGE.
F. 0. HOSTERM AN, Proprietor,
Main St., opposite Campbell's store.
*yAOENCY FOR THE
the most complete machines in market.
machine is guaranteed for
five yearo by the companies.
Tl' e undersigned also constantly keeps on band
all kinds of
Needles. Oil, AttacMs. Sc. Sc.
Second Hand Machines
sold at exceedingly low prices.
Replug promptly attended to.
Give me a trial and be convinced of the truth
of these statements.
F- 0 HOSTERMAN-