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THURSDAY, JANUARY 29rii, 1885.
Published by R. A. BUMILLBR^
Jan. 31st—David Burrell, Spring Mills,—real es
Feb. 21st—J. C. Rote, exeoutor of the estate oX
Mmon Uote, late of Haines towusntp,
dec'd—personal property. A . liar
Feb. 26ih—T. Scholl, Haines township,—live
stock and farming implements. A.
Mar. 12th—B W Shafer, Wolfe's Store,—live
stock and farming Implements I>. Mor
Mar. 19th—Abs. Musser, Haines township,—live
stock and farming implements. A. Bar
Mar. 26th-M. J. flail, RebJrsburg—personal
SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL.
lce hauiing was brisk after last
week's cold snap.
—Tuesday brought us some more of
the "beautiful snow."
Spain is still shaking trom fre
quent earthquake shocks.
—Come to the JOURNAL office for
cheap and attractive bills.
Some nice Seal skin and Fur caps
left at D. S. Kauffman & Co's, Mill
Mrs. Jordan Deshler is on a visit
to her parents-in-law, Dr. Deshlei's, at
—During the last few days the mer
ry jinglins of aleighbells has been heard
—The Centre Hall band has revived
and is practicing under tl.e leadership
of a Mr. Lohr.
—Read what Peccard Brothers, the
clothiers on Maiu street have to say in
—Mr. B. F. Philips, of Penn town
ship, expects to move to .the Buckeye
state iu a few weeks. '
—Fresh Fish just received at D. S.
Kauffman & Go's store, Millheim. A
fine lot of all sizes aud dimensions.
—We went to press too early to give
an account of last night's attraction at
the risk. Will give particulars next
-The attendance of our schools was
ligbt since the extreme cold weather
set in, the school rooms being too un
—Successful experiments have lately
been mads by the Pennsylvania railroad
company to light their cars with the e
—Mr. C. A* Sturgis' loss by the re
cent fire in his jewslry store at Lewis
burg was SBOO, which was entirely cov
ered by insurance.
—J. W. Stover's farm in Haines
township was sold to Henry Fiedler foi
SBB per acre.' The Wbodland to A. E.
Stambach at sls per acre.
—Crowds of pepple assemble at the
depots along the line to see the old in
dependence bell on its way from Phila
delphia to New Orleans.
—A new republican paper at Belle
fonte is being spoken of iu that town.
There ought to be a few more papers in
tbi3 county, by all means.
—The state anniversary of Odd Fel
lowship is to be held at Lock Haven in
April Delegates from all lodges in the
state will be in attendance.
—Mr. Abs. Musser, of Haines town
ship, expects to make sale of his live
stock, farming utensils and household
goods on Thursday, March 19tb.
—Since the interesting "spelling bee"
at the Pike school recorded in last
week's JOURNAL a desire for spelling
schools is notable in this locality.
—Mr. M. J. Hall, of Rebersburg,
called on us yesterday and ordered bills
for sale of personal property to take
place on Thursday, March 26th, 1885.
—We are sorry to learn that Mrs.
Henry Keen, is lying seriously ill at
the residence of her husband, in Penn
township, about 1£ mile west of Mill
—Trains on the Beech Creek, Clear
field and South western railroad will
commence running through to Philips
burg, Monday, February 2nd.— Clinton
—Mr. B. W. Shafer, of Miles town
ship will make sale of his livestock and
farming utensils, on his premises, near
Wolfe's store, on Thursday, March 20th
—Mr. J. J. Fiedler and Mr. Thom
as Scholl, both gentlemen of Haines
township, gave us pleasant calis on
Tuesday. Always glad to see our pat
rons.' Call again.
—The admihlstrator'a n >tice of T.
W. Hoaterman, administrator of the
.estate of Banna M. Ilosterman, late of
Ilaines township, deceased, appears in
ithis week's paper.
—Slugger Sullivan, the Boston prize
fighter, has become a public nuisance.
His chief delight now seems to be to
get beastly drunk aud scare people half
to death, t Turn the rascal out.
—Mr. Lewis Mensh's, of Aarons
burg, for the first tiins in the past
twelve years have occasion to use
the words recorded in the book of Isa
iah, 9; 6. Our congratulations.
—"Babes in the woods" is billed for
this town ou Friday evening. New !
—Potatoes for sale a*; D, S. Kauff
man & Co's bargain store, Millheim,
—J. C. Rote, Executor of the estate
of Simon Bote, late of Aaronsbuig, de
ceased, will sell the personal property
of decedent ou Saturday, Feb. 21st, at
one o'clock, p. m.
THE GREAT ZINGARI.—For tooth
ache and neuralgia has no equal. War
ranted. Only 15 cents at all drug stores.
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
—About twenty of our young blooih
attended the concert at Madisdnbnrg
last Saturday evening. They rode over
to Bruslivalley in a two-horse sled aud
of course, it was a jolly sleighing par
LOST.—Friday evening the 23rd,
inst, a good woolen horse blanket, be
tween Millheim and Spring Mills. The
finder will be suitably rewarded by
leaving the sa me at the JOURNAL of
—On Thursday, Feb. 20th, Mr.
Thomas Sholl, of Hain-s township, will
sell at public sale on his premises,three
milee east of Aaronsburg, bis farm
stock and implements. See large pos
—Mr. Emanuel Croncmiller, of Aa
ronsburg, lost one of his horses last
week. It is supposed that the horse
wanted to roll in the stable and got
fast and when trying to get up injured
—The Bellefonte Watdinian office
has procured steam heat to warm its
different rooms. As a general thing
editors aud printers are poor suckers,
but brother Meek certainly is an ex
ception to the rule.
—Monday was a freezing cold day
for those who had to journey to Be ;e
--fonte. And there was a considerable
number on the road from Penns and
Brushva'leys, all of them getting a
taste of the cold wave.
FOR SALE.— Six large mules will be
sold at private sale by the undersigned.
There are no better mules in the state
and will be offered at reasonable prices.
Apply to or address C. K. SOBER.
Sobers P. 0., Pa.
—We notce that our genial towns
man, Dr. J. F. Barter is continually
busy extracting old and furnishing
new teeth. Well Shady always was and
alwaj s will be a popular dentist and
we are glad to see him meet with such
FREE FOR LADIES.— Mr. Sperring,
the managei of the Millheim Roller
Rink, wishes to inform the ladies of
Millheim and neighboring towns that
they will in the future be admitted free
of charge every afternoon and cordially
invites them to avail themselves of this
—Aaronsburg boasts of a first-class
minstrel troupe. It expects to give its
first entertainment at Woodward, next
Friday evening, and will in the future
be advertised as the "Aaronsburg
Thespian Troupe." Their performan
ces, we understand, will consist of a
medley of comic songs, addresses, &c.
—ln another column we publish the
professional card of Orvis, Bower &
Orvis, of Bellefonte. This is one of
the most popular and efficient law firms
at the county seat and will attract a
large practice. The reputation of the
members of the firm as lawyers is such
as to gain and keep the confidence of
—We call the attention of our read
ers to the changed advertisement of the
Millheim Marble Works. Mr. A. C.
Musser, the proprietor has been con
nected with the business for the last
ten years and is an experienced me
chanic. If in need of any tombstones
you will do well to call on him at the
shops on Main street. His prices are as
low as anywhere.
—As the time for the borough and
township elections comes nearer it be
hooves every good citizen to look a
round for good and conscientous men to
911 the offices. Of course none of those
offices are paying oues, but it pays the
community to be careful and consider
ate in their selection of candidates.
Tbe ward meetings to elect delegates to
the local convention will take place on
Friday Feb. 6th.
LAST CHANCE.—PeccarJ Brothers
the clothiers, will positively leave Mill
heim on Tuesday, February 3rd and
consequently this is yonr last chance
tj buy a suit or overcoat at a sacrifice.
They still have an elegant stock of
Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats
on hand which thev are bound to dis
pose of in these few days. Men's suits,
complete, from $3.50 up, Biys' suits
from $2.50 up ; Overcoats proportion
ally low. Don't forget the place, oppo
site First National Hotel, Millheim.
—MUST GO. The horrible nauseaus
worm-seed compounds called vermifug
es and worm syrups, many of them as
worthless as they are obnoxious have
had their day. It is downright cruelty
to compel a child to take them, whn
McDonald's Celebrated Worm Powders
so easy and pleasant to take that chil
dren will take them and never know a
medicine is being administered,
procured for the small sum of twenty
five cents. Any case of failure to cause
expulsion where worms exist, the mon
ey promptly refunded.
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
—lf in need of an attractive poster
come to the JOURNAL office. Satisfac
tory work guaranteed.
—There will l.e preaching in the U.
B. church of this place by the pastor,
Rev. C. W. River, on Sunday morning
at 10$ o'clock. "The Better
—We call the attention of our read
ers to the new advertisement of
Mauck's furniture establishment on
Penn street. They will maintain their
reputation for selling only the best ar
ticles in the maiket and for as low a
price as possible. We would say frere
that their store is the best place in the
county to buy furniture, outside of
Bellefonte. Call on them, when in
need of anything.
SUPERIOR LEATHER.—During our
stay in Bellefonte, beginning of this
week,we heard it acknowledged by the
largest dealers there that A J. Hurler's
leather from Millheim is considered to
be the best in the market as to quality
and finish. This is certainly a splendid
recommendation and will notfail to givo
our neighbor, Mr. Ilartera good trade.
Call on him at his shop,on Penn street.
—Last Sunday afternoon I)r.Lee and
lady very hospitably entertained twoJa<
dies and gentlemen of Millheim, whowere
paying a visit at the doctor's residence
in Madisonburg. Just when the party
were ready to return home Mrs. Dr.
Lee invited them into the dining room
where she had a spleudid supper pre
pared for her guests. Of course the
treat was heartily enj >ved tv all and
Mr, K. especially maintained his repu
tation in such work. TheJ recipients
return their best thanks to the kind
DEATH OF REV. C. J. DEININGER.
—Rev. C. J. Deiuinger, a well-known
Lutheran minister of York, Pa., after
a brief illness, uied at his residence in
said place, aged 63 years, 4 months and
22 days. Rev. Deininger entered the
ministry of the Lutheran church in
September 1846 and has been an actiye
and faithful laborer in the Master's
vineyard up to the time of his death.
He was a son of Rev. A. G. Deinin
ger, brother of A. E Deininger, 1 ite
of Millheim, deceased, and was born
August 30th, 1822, at the "Loop,"
Centre county. Pa. He was educated
at Pennsylvania College, Gtttysburg,
Pa. He was licensed to preach Sept.
25th, 1846 and ordained Sept. 26t!i,
—JUST SO. The wise and prudent
man now procures a bottle of Dr.Kess
ler's Celebrated English Cough Medi
cine and keens it in the house to be
prepared for croup and whooping-cough
emergencies. It never fails, it never
disappoints. Instructions for triat
ment of croup and whooping-cough on
each wrapper. Nothing like it for colds
and all lung troubles. Dissatisfied buy
ers can have their money returned.
JOHNS TON, HOLLO WA YJc CO.,
Sold by J. Eißenhuth, Millheim,Pa.
For the Journal.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.— Whereas,
God in his allwise providence has seen
fit to remove by death from our school
Alfred Barree, ooe'of the lambs of the
Resolved , That we bow in humble
submission to the divine will of our
Resolved, That we tender our heart
felt sympathies to the bereaved and
sorrow stricken family and would
commend them to the good Shepherd
who hath said "Suffer little children to
come unto me, and forbid them not,
for of such is the kingdom of heaven."
Resolved , That these resolutions be
entered on the minutes of the school
and printed in the county papers and a
copy sent to the family.
Wm. 11. Bartholomew. ]
James N. Leitzell. \ Committee.
David Burrell, )
For the JOURNAL.
MR. EDITOR Tbe uiusical con
vention at Madisonburg, under the su
pervision of the Reformed, Lutheran
and Evangelical congregations jointly,
was in every way a grand success. At
the organization on Monday evening
56 singers were present, which number
increased daily and till Friday evening
had reached a total of 97. Many sing
ers from the neighboring towns and
yalleys were present.
The concert on Friday evening was
not very well attended, but the incle
mency of the weather undoubtedly
prevented many from coming. Rev.
Z. A. Yearick, of Aaronsburg, was
present on Friday evening and at the
close of the concert, by request of Prof.
McClintic, made some very appropri
ate remarks, giving his views on con.
veutions and congratulating the class
on the excellent music rendered during
the evening. On Saturday evening the
hall was crowded with people. The
proceeds of the convention amounted
to ninety-three dollars, which will be
divided among the churches of this
As tegards the singing we have noth
ing to say, because self praise is a poor
recommendation,but judging from the
applause the audience seemed well
—NOT extensive advertising but gen
uine merit has placed JfcDonald's Im
proved Liyer Pills at the head of the
list, the most exacting, scrupulous care
exercised in selection of materials, the
highest attainable chemical skill em
ployed in their manufacture, and sold
on an honest guarantee. Any dissatis
fied buyer can have their money refund
JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY& CO',
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
—A four-inch snow on Friday night
brought out the shovel brigrade in full
force on Saturday morning.
—Don't forget that the JOURNAL
store is headquarters for rchool sup
plies, writing papers, envelopes, &c.
Penn Hall Shavings.
Frank Fisher is the trickiest boy in
town. A regular Ilociis Pocus.
J. C. Condo and J. W. Bartges made
a flying trip to Bellefonte last week.
The breaking of the head blocks on
Sheasley's saw mill delayed their saw
ing for a few days.
The Spring Millers are suffering with
that dreadful disease, scarlet fever.
The entertainment given by the Penn
Hall siuging class, under Hie tutorship
of Prof. Meyer, assisted by Prof. Low
ell Moyer was a grand success. The
latter gentleman gave 11s some of his
best comic songs, which were well ap
F. D. Hosteiman bought the Ileck
ronn farm. It had formerly been
bought by Mr. Teats.
Last week our little burg wa9 unus
ually lively. Quite a number of stran
gers spent the week with us, attending
the convention. Everything passed off
decently and orderly.
Mr. Henry IJaugh, of Nittany Val
ley, Is busy hauling his farming uten
sils to Mrs. Zeigler's farm, one mile
west of town,where he expects to move
John Grimm and John W. Hazel
will make sale of their personal prop
erty in a few weeks and go West.
George Spayd is getting along real
well siuce the operation.
Our townsman, D.ivid Ertel, sold his
property to R. Royer, of Ilebersburg
for $125. Mr. Ertel expects to go west
in the spring.
The Evangelicals of this place com
menced their protracted meeting last
The old Zeigler property, two miles
south of town, was sold to a Mr.
Glance, of Sugar Valley, for S3OO.
—PETERSON'S MAGAZINE for Feb
ruary opens with a most bewitching
steel-plate, entitled "Dressed for the
Charade," representing two children,
four years cld.attired in fancy costume
and singing a duet in keeping. Of all
the charming engravings for which
"Peterson" has become famous, this is
certainly one of the most cunning.
Besides this, however, there are some
fifty other embellishments, including a
very beautiful colored steel fashion
plate, double size, and a costly large
size colored pattern. The literary con
tents, always superior, are better than
ever this month. We would call at
tention particularly to "In the Ring,"
"The Pickpocket," and to the two nov
elets, "The Motherless Girl" and
"The Lost Ariadne." Every lady
ought to have this mag.izine. Now is
just the time, with the opening year, to
subscribe for 1885. The terms are but
Two DOLLARS a year, with great de
ductions to clubs, and splendid pre
miums for getting up the clubs. Spec
imens are sent gratis, if written for in
good faith, so as to compare "Peter,
son" with other magazines at the same
price. Address CHAS. J. PETERSON,
306 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.
FOR RENT.—That well kuowu store
stand at Farmer's Mills with dwelling
house, bank barn and about 15 acres
of farm land. This is a desirable busi
ness location in an excelleut farming
neighborhood, convenient to churches,
schools and railroad. If so desired
the store stand will be rented separate
from the other property.
J. B. FISHER,
Penu Hall, Pa.
The President of the Lousiana Tress
Association has called a meeting of
that organization at New Orleans, Feb.
11, to consider a resolution recently a
dopted by the Minnesota Editors' As
sociation favoring the organization of a
national association, and myiting dele
gates from the press associations of the
various states to meet the delegates
from that body in New Orleans Febru
KILLED BY A SPIDER'S BITE.
NEW YORK, January 22.—About a
month ago Charles White,sixteen years
old, was bitten in the right arm by a
black spider. The arm began to swell,
and a physician who was called said
the boy was suffering from b'ood poi
soning. The usual remedies were tried
but they failed, and the boy died this
morning in the greatest agony.
On the 22nd Inst, by Rev. Z. A. Yearick, at
the home of the bride, Mr. Harry T. Haines, of
Springfield.: Missouri, and Miss Laura M. Et
tlinger, of Woodward.
On the 24th Inst., In Gregg township, of scar
let fever, Harry Clayton, youngest son of Mr. &
Mi's. Philip Frank, aged 3 years and 10 months.
Truly, parents, Harry Is not dead, but has
Just begun to live In the holier.liappier and bet
ter land. lie has now a happy life tree from
the cares and trials to which we are all subject
ed in this world.
He shines in the light of God,
His likeness stamps his brow;
Through the valley of death his feet have tiod,
And he reigns In glory now.
He lias reached the joy of Heaven,
He is one of the sainted band;
fo his head a crown of Klory is given,
And a harp is in his hand.
Then why do your tears run down,
Why your hearts so sorely riven,
For another gem in a Saviour's crown,
And another soul in Heaven. L.
A QIIWII'M Opinion.
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world, lie says he has to go or send a
distance of fifteen miles to obtain PKRU
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Ell wood Shallcross, former editor of
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Mr. Aaron Shrcfflcr, Alma, Marion coun
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Evans T. Tones, Prospect, Marion Co.,
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T. J. Ewing, Cattletsburg, Ky., writes:
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Thomas Bradford, Western Ave
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Corrected every Wednesday 90
Wheat, old 20
Salt, per Brl 1.50
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
Ty mot hy seed
KRKS....'. - 4
ft _ _ n (I F wan troubled
& . AT/V M n with chronic catarrh
i gathering in my
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Zraßerorc the second
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' W? Bui in was exiiuusted
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HAT F-Ia VEm Halm effected a com
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istered. Sample bottletby mall 10 cents.
ELY BROTHERS. Diugglsts, Owego, N. *
OF EVEETBIIE, PBM'E AWd
FOR SALE! ffiwiSWSKA 1
railroad and river. 11200. Other bargains at
higher and lower prices. Catalogue frue. New
map of Va. 16c. Stamps taken. H. L. SIA
PLE-, Rlchtnoud, Va. 4 - " 4t
SS ■ 9 "Dr. Ab. who
I 9 9 m*ki a specialty of EpdepiT
1 & fl llhu without doubt treated
mm jmt M| Bf tnd cored more MM than
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I>.irite tiottle and Treatise sent free. Give P.O. and
l>r!' AB. "mBSEItOLE, No. 96 John St., New York.
e t. ao d I n " i w'lTf scli <l*? \V O°BOTTLKs" K RE k!
togethor V A I.C A BI.E TREATISE on thl* disease
11 .nv infforor Olveexpreii and P O. itddr m.
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A positive Cure for Dandruff. Tailing
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SOLD BI DRUGGISTS* PERFUMERS
Whitmer & Lincoln,
Having leased the GRAIN HOUSE of
Smith & Co., at Coburu, Pa., fn a
number of years, we are prepared to
Wheat, Rye, Barley, corn,
Coal, Salt & Fertilizers
WIIITMER & LINCOLN.
Coburn, Pa., Aug. 1., 1884.
Newspaper Advertising bureau (10 Spruce
Street), where adver- upaH IfADI/
A NEW DEPARTURE.
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A Strictly Cash Store
Where good are bought and sold
Believing that the people of Centre county arc fully awake to their
best interests and that they have the intelligence to comprehend and the
courage to recognize the means best calculated to briug about the most
desirable results, we would most confidently and earnestly submit the
following for your careful consideration :
That king credit has slain its victims by the thousands upon its ex
tended battle fields is a fact beyond successful contradiction, and wo
would only ask you to call to your recollections your own observations,
in proof of this fact, and, the pitiful appeals of those still under th e
crushing heel of the tyrant fall upon our ears with unmistablc certainty and
we would say, come, let us rush to their rescue by wielding the sword of
justice and striking the monster down with a decisive blow and keeping him
there by eternal vigilance. This can be done only by a system which pays
as well as demands CASH on delivery.
This system we will adopt and put into operation on the twenty-sixth
day of December 1884, after which we will buy and sell positively for cash
and produce only and will name such figures on goods as will fully convince
every intelligent person that it is to their interest to buy their goods where
KING CREDIT finds no quarter, but where the
is radically and permanently established and strictly adhered to. Kindly in
viting and soliciting the co-operation of every one in giving this system a
thorough trial, we ore
Very Respectfully Yours,
Dinges, Trumpfheller & Co.,
P. S: Country produce taken in exchange for
goods and cash paid when desired.
J. H. KURZENKNABE & SONS'
1307 N. THIRD STREET,
BAUS & C'OS
Square, Grand Boudoir Gem & Orchestral
The best now made and endorsed by all eminent
The most beautiful and sweetest toned in the world
Smaller Musical Instruments.
Orgauettes, Musical Boxes, Musical Toys, &c.
Sheet Music (including the popular 5 and 10 cent music) Music Book,
. CALL TO SEE TJS.
Harry J. Kurzenknabe, Millheim, Pa.
Agent for Union ani Centre Counties.
MILLVIBM MMBBEB WOMBS
(SUCCESSOR TO DEININGER & MUSSER,)
All kinds of Marble Work,
Monuments, Headstones, Tablets, Tombs, &c.
ALL KINDS OP
Granite Monuments and Headstones
furnished at lowest prices.
SHOP OJY MAIN STREET, EAST OF BRIDGE.
When the word Estey or the
word Crgran is mentioned, they
HRplutl bBo PQ Vf"' known and BO popular are the in
-I___ _ . . . m is n J ' struments and the makers.
11R\V\WM it HI iCr Five letters in each of the two
fO X . words aro reminders of enjoyment
*; PB in multitudes of homes. Illustrar
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