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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16TII, 1884.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER.
(A full line at the v
JOURNAL STORE. 1
Parents are invited to call at our a
place on Penn Street. *
SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL.
—The nutting season is upon us.
School Books at the JOURNAL Store
on Penn Street.
—Mr. D. A. Musser was away on a
—Several thunderstorms last Sunday
in this neighborhood.
Keep cool while handling the stove
pipe and tack hammer.
—Examine your flues and chimmeys
before putting up the stoves.
—Just received a flue Lt of Hams
and Shoulders at Kauffman's on Jfain
—The town clock for the Ev. church
has been ordered by the committee last
—Mr. A. A. Frank and wife,were to
Sunbury last week on a visit to Mrs.
—Our kind neighbor, Mrs. A. J.
Harter.has the writer's thanks for that
—L. Stover, of Aaronsburg, call?d
on Monday and paid for a new subscri
ber. Come again.
—Miss Dora Kauffman and Jfr. Geo.
Long returned to their home, Fisher's
Ferry, last J/onday.
—Dr. J. F. Harter Ins greatly im
proved his property on Main street by
a new iron force pump.
—Don't fail to attend th 9 Martha
Washington Supper at Aaronsburg
next Friday and Saturday.
Mrs. Dinges, of Centre Hall, moth
of Clevan Dinges, of Coburn, spent
Sunday at D. A. Zeigler's of this place.
—E. W. Mauck came back from Co
penhagen, N. Y. last week and will
spend the winter at the parental
—Mr. M. S. Fiedler,of Haines town
ship, brought a red beet to G. W. Har
ter's grocery the other day, weighing 8
—Headquarters lor school books,
Slates, Slate and Lead Pencils, Paper
and Envelopes, etc. at the JOURNAL
—Mr. E. Bartholomew is making
preparations to have a neat picket
fence built at his residence on Penn
—A party of our youug folks were to
the famous Penns Cayes last Friday
and by all accounts had a very enjoya
—Martha Washington Sapper in tbe
Reformed church at Aaronsburg, Fri
day eyening and Saturday afternoon
and evening. Don't forget it.
—Prof. D. M. Wolfe, county super
intendent of public schools iu Centre
county, was in the city yesterday.—Pa
triot, Oct. 9th.
—Read the list of democratic meet
ings in another column. The best and
most popular speakers take the stump
in this campaign.
—Mr. Daniel Roush,of Madisonburg
was one of our callers last week. He
left the necessary amount for another
year's JOURNAL .
—Rev. Fox and family have returned
from their trip to Union and Mont
gomery counties and report haying a
very pleasant visit.
—W. J. Springer, at the horse sale
last Tuesday bought himself a black
mare for $82.00. Jake is beginuing to
be a regular horseman.
—This corner of the county is going
to be stirred up by a series of political
meetings, which will be addressed by
some of the ablest democratic orators
in the county.
—Prof. Yonada was home on a visit
last Saturday and on his return to Mill
heim on Sunday appeared very sleepy.
Bat he slyly attributed the cause to
the wind, &c. &c.
—Mr. C. A. Sturgis, of Lewisburg,
was up last week on a short visit. His
mother, Mrs. Sturgis, from Lancaster,
also arriyed last week, and is at pres
ent the guest of Mrs. A. Walter.
—The Hartleton Luth, charge has e
lected Rev. Sam. G. Finkle, of Rhine
bech, N.J. as their pastor. He will
preach his introductory sermon at
Hartleton and Laurelton next Sunday.
FOR SALE.— The undersigned has
for sale a good stock of full bred Ches
ter White pigs, various sizes, at his
premises at Aaronsburg, Pa.
J. H. MUSSER.
—The two inside pages of the Centre
Democrat are filled with plate matter,
cast in the city and sent to that office
every week. Only the two outside pa
ges of that paper are put up at home.
Solomon Kleckner's farm of forty
three acres of land in Miles township,
was sold at administrators sale last
Saturday, to Oscar Gramley, of Brush
yalley, for $2005.
ACCIDENT.—A man by the name of
Charles Straub had the misfortune to get
three ot his fingers sawed oft at Luth
er Guisewite's saw mill.near Fowler's,
last Tuesday forenoon.
—The family of Mr. A O. Deinin
ger intend moving to Clarkstown, Ly
coming Co., next week, where Mr. I),
fills a government office in the distill
ery. Our best wishes go with them.
—Mussei & Smith,the hardware men,
have put up a huge doable-heater iu
their store on Main street, which heats
the up and down-staiis of the building.
They are bound to keep warm this win
—lf any of our subscribers have any
apples to Bpars let them bring several
bushels to this ofilco on account. From
fifteen to twenty bushels of potatoes
are wanted on subscription. Please
bring them in.
—Rev. Saivia'revival in the M. E.
church of this place is at this writing
(Tuesday evening) still in progress and
seems to meet with good success, 9
mourners being at the bench convert
—Mr. Lewis Itarich and wife, of Zi
on, and the Misses Tillie and Margery
Thompson,of Brookville, Pa., former
residents of ths place, were in town
several days visiting Mr. Peter Ranch's
on Main street.
—J. W. Lose weirs quite a fatherly
look. It's a bouncing boy and Johu
says he will make a staunch democrat
out of him and that is more than bo
could do with a girl. Consequently
there is joy around his premises.
Adam Weaver, executor of the es
tate of Adam Weaver, late of Ilaines
township, deceased, will make sale of
the real estate and personal property
of decedent, on Saturday, Nov. Ist,
ISS4. See notice on second page.
—Millard Mechtlv, the master brick
layer, has finished the work at the new
Reformed church at Aaronsburg and is
working ou the Reformed church at
Troxelville, Snyder Co., now. This is
the third church he puts up since Aug.
—Mr. Christian Ilouts, of Madison
burg, aged seveuty six years, at a
threshing at Michael Miller's recently
where Mr. Krumriue's engine was us
ed, handled all the sheaves of graiu for
a full half a day. A healthy old gen
—The entertainment of the Ladies
Mite Society in the Reformed church
at Aaronsburg last Thursday evening
proved a success. The exercises were
very interesting and well rendered, the
attendance good,and the collection lib
—The nicest stock of horses ever
brought to this town were offered for
sale by Messrs. D. N. & H. J. App on
Tuesday last. The attendance of the
sale was very good and 16 of the horses
were sold at prices ranging from SBO
—T. D. Stover, Haines township,
gives notice in another column that he
has taken out letters of administration
for the estate or Jacob W. Stover,
dee'd. He will make sale of the per
sonal property of decedent on Saturday
Oct. 25th. See bills.
—S. K. Faust is already preparing
for the winter season. He hauled a
large lot of sleighs "in the rough"
from the station on Monday, which he
expects to finish in first-class style. Sam
is a lively and energetic business man
and bound to be ahead.
—lf a man is getting shaved in a
barber shop, and a fly alights on his
nose, and he gives his head a twitch to
jerk off the fly,during which the barber
removes a slice of the man's ear, who
is to blame—the man or the barber, or
the fly, or the ear, or the razor,
—Mr. John Kerstetter, Jr., still
makes a business of doing special jobs
at carpentry. John is really an expert
at the business and has large experince,
both in makiug 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 best style at the low
est prices. tf
—The valuable farm and timberland
in Penn township,and hotel property in
Millheim, of Jonathan Kreamer, de
ceased, will be offered at public sale on
Saturday, Oct. 18th next by the execu
tors of the estate, A. F. and J. H.
Kreamer. See bills and advertisement
in another column.
—Wbitmer & Lincoln, the popular
eoal dealers, whose advertisement can
be feund on our outside, are busy fill
ing orders for coal as their sheds at Co
burn. They certainly keep a very
clean and good stock on hand and par
ties prcuriug coal from them are sure
to get the worth of their money.
—Mrs. E. Brumgart just returned
from New York City, where she had
been for the past week purchasing a
complete and fine stock of Millinery
Goods, and our lady readers can look
out for something new and cheap in
that line. Mrs. B. is an experienced
and tasty milliner and always succeeds
in suiting the wants of her customers.
ADVICE TO MOTHERS.
Are you disturbed at night and broken of
vonr rest by a sick child suffering and crying
with paiu of cutting teeth ? If so, send at once
and get a bottle of Mas. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING
SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. Its value is
incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf
ferer immediately. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is uo mistake about it. It cures dysentery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, sqftens tjie gums, ro
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 nurses and physici
ans in the United States, and is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Price 85
cento a bottle.
— NEW ENTERPRISE AT MILLHEIM.
—Mr. J. E. Fetterolf, of Snyder
county, will make his homo in this
town by the sixth of next month, when
he will stint a furniture manufactory
in Foote's former cultivator shops on
Main street. He expects to run the
works by steam,his engine having been
placed in the shops last Monday. We
earnestly wish ttie gentleman abundant
success in his enterprises.
Who .lias not heard or been the
recipient of benefits derived from using
N. 11. Downs' Elixir, a never tailing
remedy for all diseases of Throat,
Chfat nnd Tilings. None are too poor
to get cured of bilious diseases by
the use of Dr. Baxter's Mandrake Bit
ters, as they only cost 25 cents per
bottle. As a liniment for horses, He
nry A Johnson's Arnica and Oil Lini
ment. cures Sprains, Bruises and
Lameness at once.
For Salt' at SPKIFL MYF/rS,
Mil I fichu ('• Matlixonbarg, Pa.
SAI> DJCATII.—Miss Heck man, a
daughter of Mr. J. F. Heck man resid
ing about a rails east of Fetin Hull,died
last Thursday forenoon after a short
and apparently slight sicklies*, of neu
ralgia of the heart. The lady was on
ly sixteen years of age, accomplished
and amiable,beloved bv her mourning
parents and highly esteemed by the
community, who sincerely sympathize
with the parents in tneir afHiction.
The funeral took place on Saturday
forenoon, when a large concourse of
relatives and fi iends followed her ear
thly remains to the grave.* Rev. Z. A.
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secure a healthy liver regularity of the
bowels,good digest ion,sound sleep,clear
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liver or kidney possible, when occasion
al doses of these pills are used. All
druggists keep them. Money refunded
to dissatisfied purchasers.
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WA Y A CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
MINISTERIAL CHANGES.— Rev. Her
ald, of the U. B. church of this place
will vacate this charge and will go to
Gattawissa, Columbia Co. He will be
succeeded bv Rev. Wm. Limey, of Lv
kens, Cumberland Co., who has been
appointed for this congregation. Mr.
N. Shannon has also re-entered the
clerical field aad has accepted a charge
at Tremont, Schuykill Co.
—The following item from the Belle
fonte Watchnian speaks well for our
home mechanics :
Mr. Thomas Zeigler, of Rebersburg,
and Mr. Lewis Tobias, of Millheim,
were in town on Monday last. They
had been at the State College, making
and burning brick for the new Reform
ed church theie. The bricks manu
factured by Messrs. Zeigler & Tobias,
have attained a wide celebrity, and are
in great demand. The operations of
this firm extend throughout Centre,
Clinton,Clearfield and Mifflin counties,
and away out into the Slate of Ohio,
into Stark county, Steubenville and
other points. Centre county has rea
son to be proud of this ; it is another
instance of the perfection to which her
industries have arrived, and shows the
energy, skill and prosperity of her citi
zens. Messrs. Zeigler & Tobias' brick
are hand made,and they dou't getoutof
anybody's way in their line of business.
FIRE AT CENTRE HALL.—On Mon
day forenoon tbe news were brought to
this office of a large fire which occurred
at Centre Hall at about one o'clock
Sunday night. When the town was awak
ened from its slumbers the inhabitants
found the two stables, of Mrs. Neff
and Wm. Wolf,in the rear cf the Luth
eran church on Church street in a fierce
blaze. By a back cornice which pro
jected over one of the burning stiibles,
the church also soon became a victim
of the fire, which it was impossible to
control and which destroyed the entire
structure. Nothing could be saved ex
cept the organ aud a few pieces[of loose
furniture. In one of the stables Mr.
Sando had two cows, a calf and eleven
hogs, all of which perished in the
flames. Also several buggies and
spring wagons were burned. The entire
loss occasioned by thd fire is estimated
at SBOOO. The church carries an insur
ance of s33ooin the Centre Hall company
Mr.Wolt's stable, S2OOO. The supposi
tion is that the fire was the work of in
cendiarism. The only thing that sav
ed the town from a laige conflagra
tion was the still and foggy night.
—On Saturday, Oct, 25th, 18S4, at
two o'clock, p. m., the valuable farm
in Penn township, of Daniel Kreamer,
dfceased, will be offered at public sale
by the executor of the estate, Jas. P.
Coburn. The farm contains about
Two hundred and thirty acres, with
two dwelling houses, large bank barn,
small tenant house, wagon shed car
riage house, corn cribs and other out
buildings thereon erected. This is one
of tbe best and most desirable farms in
the valley aud purchasers will secure a
very pleasant home.
—OCTOBER is a good month for
merchants to examine their stock of
Dr.Kessler's Celebrated English Cough
Medicine and include a winter's supply
in their next order. The people have
found out by experience Jthat it can be
relied on in all cases of croup, whoop
ing cough, colds, and lung troubles of
any nature, and will have it. A good
article draws trade while worthless ar
ticles drive it away. It should be a
source of satisfaction to a dealer as
well, to know he is giving good honest
yalue for money received. Money re
funded to dissatisfied purchasers.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW AY & CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
—Satchels for Salt River excursions
will soon be in demand.
Letter from Ellsworth, Kansas.
EDITOR JOURNAL :
Since 1 atn in Kansas, which
is now about two months I have been
a constant reader of your most welcome
paper. It arrives her regularly every
Sunday evening with the f o'clock Ex-
I press. I write more particularly to com
ment on a local which appeared in a
recent issue of the JOURNAL. It Rceins
a certai*: young man from Centre Co.
who is at present staying in Ellsworth
lias written to some one living in your
town that T did not like Kansas, could
not get anything to do and would start
fur the east in a few weeks. Now Mr
Editar that same young man made n
great mistake in using my name in con
nection with his case. I am positive at
this writing that he was describing his
case exactly and in a mistake got my
name mixed with it. I will just say
this in connection with what I have
written to relatives and friends in the
east, that I think a great deal of Kan
sas (generally speaking) and every day
adds to my desire for staying, i will
acknowledge that 1 have u longing
s >me times to be with those who are
near and dear to me, and who would
not rather be w itli bis family than a
mong st ran vers. If 1 had my family
with me, I think I would be perfectly
happy and contented, m my new quar
ters for several years at least. As to
getting a job (using the correspondents
own language) I could have had a job
immediately upon my arrival in Ells
worth but I did not ask for a job at
once and would not have accepted any.
Going to work so soon would have de
prived me of many enjoymeuts which I
have bad. I spent part of one month
in riding over some of the finest coun
try I ever saw and driving one of the
finest span of ponies (acknowledged to
be such by competent judges) in Ells
worth orLiucoln couuties. My brother
was always very anxious to have me
accompany hira,to do the driving when
he went to fill his different appoint
ments. These sacred drives of course
came every Sunday and always not less
than twenty from home. On
several occasions we had hardly made
the round trip, when a message was
brought to the parsonage to return at
once to the place we just left and at
tend a funeral or solemnize a marriage.
1 was generaly invited to go along but
did not always accept. I got tired rid
ing over the country and especially the
same road so often. I can tell you Mr.
Editor,l would not be a preacher here
in this western country. While I am
here I find my brother works harder in
the ministry than he ever did in the
east. Although the workis hard never*
thelessit is encouraging toseehow anx
iousthe people are to have the Gospel
preached to them. Imagine for one
moment a school house 16 feet wide by
24 feet long standing out on the open
prairie, a bright moonlight Summer
night, corn, wheat aud other grain
standing in shock and stalk close H
round the building. See, there comes
a two horse wagon ladeu with people !
They stop right here at this little school
bouse, they get off, yes, there comes an
other, aud another and so they contin
to come until I counted 21 two horse
wagons tied up around this little school
house. How do you suppose Mr. Edi
tor, we got all these people with many
others who came there on foot, into
this little school house ? Well they
did not all get in, but we filled her
chuck full; they crowded right around
the little preacher, the balance hung
around the windows, and took every
possible way to get an ear in hearing
distance. I can tell you it was a curios
osity for me, I enjoyed it all the same.
You will probably ask was this the first
meeting with these people. No sir, a
bout the olst and the audie nee grows
larger every meeting. This is one part
of church service on the western front
ier, and I must say I like it about as
well as any. Three sermons every Sun
day, hard work,but the people are kind
and never let the preacher go home
empty. I declare I lost my subject.
Well I got a job. Started in on the first
of last month. Have a nice, clean
and pleasant position and am receiv
ing good wages. I am running a confec
tionery, oyster and Ice cream parlor for
Mr. B. A. Foster whose advertisement
no doubt you have seen in the Ells
worth papers that have been sent to you
in the past. lie has given me entire
control of the business, while he gives
his attention to his grocery (The Bee
Hive) located in another part of the
city. I merely mention these facts to
show you aud your readers, that your
youthful correspondent made a mistake
when hesaid I could not get a job. Well
as to ray starting for the "east in
a few weeks" from the tims he wrote, I
think will hardly take place. I have
6et no time for returning home but
w ill stay a few months longer at
Will weary you no longer, this is my
first attempt in writing for the press,if
you think it worthy publish it, you
may hear from roe again in the future.
C. G. BRIGHT.
Ellsworth,Kau. Oct. sth 1834.
—EMINENT PHYSICIANS connected
with the principal hospitals throughout
the Uoited States report very gratify
ing and satisfactory results from the
use of McDonald's Great Blood Purifi
er in all cases of vitilated blood, emaci
ated condition,enfeebled digestive pow
er, malassimilation of food, &c. But
few diseases can withstand its remark
able purifying, tonic, and reconstruct
ive power. Money refunded to dissatis
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WA Y & CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenliuth, Millheira.Pa.
—The B. &O. Red Book for Penn
sylvania is ready for distribution, and
in more than one respect, is the most
valuable of any of the editions hitherto
based upon this State. As has always
been the rule, the forwarding of a
stamp to (J. K. Lord, Baltimore, is all
that is necessary to secure a copy, and
in fact the only way, as the Red Book
issues are all for mail circulation. The
present volume is replete with political
statistics and condensed data, not on
ly as the latest Presidential, State and
Congressional elections in this State,
but relating as well to elections since
admission into the Uiion. It would be
difficult to imagine a more complete
showing of past results in the State, or
a more neatly put together aud printed
Mrs. Emma Lose, of Lock Haven,
spent a few days in town last ween,vis
T. P. Moyer, proprietor of the Madi
son burg hold made a flying trip to
Philadelphia last week, to attend
Dr. Geo. L. Leo intends to move in
to his new house opposite the school
house on Tuesday.
The plasterers are making good head
way on the Luth. church.
Jaied tinsel sol I hn property to Mr.
Jackson OCIGT for the sum of eight
hundri d d >ll trs.
There will be a democratic meeting
in the town hall of this place,this even
ing. Oct. 16th, Democrats, turn out
and Fortuey and Rhone wll teach you
how lo "turn the rarc.ils out."
Miss. Annie Ocker came homo on
Saturday to stay all winter. She had
been working during tiie summer lor
11. R. Fiedler.
Miss Katie Hazel scalded her hand
very badly last Sunday morning by ac
cidentally spilling hot water on the
Miss Ida Shafer started for Lock Ha
ven on TuesJav to learn dressmaking.
Madisonburg takes the lead for seam
stresses. We lost a very fine lady by
Miss Shafer's departure.
Geo. Grenoble lost a very fine young
heifer last Tuesday morning. Cause
of its death not known.
The servant girl has returnd from her
visit down the country.
Fred. Shlegle intends residing with
Jacob Itoyer and will movo some time
Remember the democratic meeting
to night in the town hall. Come one,
come all !
No more SCRAPS from
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once the names of five married ladies,at
same address, and 12 two-cant stamps
for postage, will receive free for one en
tire year, a handsome, entertaining and
instructive Domestic Journal, devoted
to Fashions, Funcy Work, Decorating,
Shopping, Cooking, and Household
matters. Best Paper published for La
dies. Every Housekeeper rcants it. Reg
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People demand McDonald's Celebiated
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Nice Line of DRESS GOODS, all shades, 6 1-2 cts. per yard, worth 10 cts.
Augusta 4-4 Brown Muslin, 6 cts. Canton Flannel, unbleached, G cts.
White Sugar, 7 and 7 1-2 cts. White Honey Drip Syrup, 45 cts. per gallon.
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