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THURSDAY, MAY 21ST, 1885.
Published by R A. BUMILLER.
PHILADELPHIA will soon do away
with telegraph poles and haye the
wires laid under ground.
GENERAL LOGAN, after T three
months' contest for the United States
Senatorship in Illinois, was re-elected
to that office on Tuesday.
THE Plymouth epidemic is abating.
There are nearly 100 less cases than ap
peared by the canvass two weeks ago.
Many old cases are convalescing and'no
new ones have appeared.'
RIEL, the rebel leader in the Domin
ion of Canada, has been captured. His
soldiers are all scattered. Many of
them are giving up their arms and the
Canadian rebe'lion is entirely ended.
THE president appointed Charles B.
Staples to be collector of internal rev
enue for the twelfth district of Penn
sylvania (Wilkesbarre) vice Edward
THE new postal card under the new
contract will be a delicate pink in col
or instead of the present yellow. The
Bize will be.the same but the texture
of the card is to be improved.
SIXTEEN years ago the murder of
MaryMonrman,a little girl of 6 years of
age,occurred in Philadelphia, and John
llanlon, a barber living near her moth
er's house, was convicted of the mur
der and hanged. On last Monday the
Boston Herald printed the confession
of the man who really committed the
murder and which gives the sad intelli
gence that a man has been hanged inno.
THE date ot adjournment of our leg
islature has now been fixed for the
12th of June. Antidiscrimination
bills,revenue bills, apportionment and
appropriation bills will have to be
pressed through In the remaining few
weeks and nobody can expect a careful
consideration of these measures in
such short time. The tardiness of the
legislative body in their work is the
subject of universal dissatisfaction.
Boss. Chris Magee has found that
James A. McDewitt, ot Lancaster, is
not the man to win the fight against
Colonel Quay, for state treasurer. He
has discovered that State Senator
Lewis Emery, jr., the millionaire oil
prince from McKean county, will do
better, and that gentleman will enter
the field with the determination and
confidence of winning the victory.
Those who know say that Emery's
popularity, ambition and means, will
make it lively for Qnay and the chanc
es of success about even.
Signs ot Returning Prosperity.
POTTSTOWN, May 18—The rolling
mill of the Potts Brothers Iron Com
pany, limited, of this place, which has
been lying idle since last fall,started up
in all its departments this morning on
single turn, giving employment to a
large number of men. The firm has
received sufficient orders to keep them
going for some time. The iron indus
tries are picking up considerably in this
section of the state.
Many mistakes are made for want of
thinking before forming a conclusion.
A great many people will take a city
weekly instead of their home paper be
cause the former happens to be a trifle
cheaper. They never stop to think
that they are supporting an industry
outside of their own community, while
they are neglecting a similar industry
of which all ought to be proud—the
home newspaper. They may read a
city weekly for a month and not find
eyen their own county mentioned. The
home paper comes every week freight
ed with news, notices, markets, &c„ in
which they are interested.lt is a means
of disseminating items of local import
ance, it exposes those who are dishon
est, it upholds honesty and morality,
prompts and promotes their own enter
prises. It is the best paper for the fam
ily published, because the tone is moral
and it contains nothing that contamin
ates the young reader, but stimulates
him to the habit of reading, while yery
few issues of city weeklies, taking the
opinion of ministers to be correct, are
suited for the family; Take your home
paper, pay for it, and influence your
friends in its behalf, and you are sup
porting an industry that is working
hand-in-hand with the church and
common schools in the struggle of in
telligence and Christianity against ig
norance and crime.—Ex.
H. R. Whitcomb,Clothier,Lock Hay
en, can at the present time give you
some remarkable bargains in cloth
ing, having bought a large amount of
Clothing from the firm of Knowles,
Leland & Co.. Boston, Mass., manu
facturers of fine clothing, who are re
tiring from business.
These goods have been bought at pric
es so that we can letail them for much
less than they cost to manufacture.
You may never have an opportunity
to purchase good clothing as cheap as
you can from us at present, as we must
realize on these goods. WHITCOMB ,
Sign of the Bed Flag. Lock Haven.
Storms in the West.
Emigrants Overwhelmed by a Wa
KANSAS CITY, MO., MA Y 18.— An
Omaha special says a waterspout de
scended upon a ravine near Kearney,
Neb., Friday night, washing a family
of emigrants, named Scott from thfir
wagon, and drowning two children.
The Journal's Kirwin, Kan., special
says : A cyclone passed through Rook
county ou the 16th, about 4. p. 111.,
starting near the line between Osborne
and Rook counties, at the southeast
corner of Medicine township, and fol
lowed a westerly course, dealing death
and destruction throughout the path
way of its entire course. Nearly fifty
persons were injured. Among the fat
ally injured are Rev. Grimes, wife and
child, killed ; a child, name unknown,
fatally injured; George Campbell, miss
ing, supposed to have been killed; A. J.
Johnson, brother of 11. M. Johnson,
banker, of this city, badly injured by
falling timbers in a stable where he had
The loss at Bull City* and Stockton
consists of chimneys blown down and
window glass broken by bail. Some
hailstones measured four inches in di
ameter. At this point but little dam
age was done. The damage in Rook
county will probably reach $50,000.
—MANY children suffer from d;IY to
day; puny, pal id, fretful and feverish,
variable appetite and restless sleep, fin
ally die, and their parents never su -
pectins the real cause, that the lit te
suffercrs'stomachs are iufestedand eat
en through with wonus. Twenty-live
cents invested in a lx of McDonald's
Celebrated Worm Powders would save
the doctor's bills and the patient's life.
Entirely vegetable. E isy and pleasant
to take. Money refuuded to dissatisfi
J O HNS TON, HOLLOW A Y CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenlmth, Millheim,Pa.
Locusts in Illinois.
The Beyenteen-year Ravengers,Pre
dicted by Professor Reilly,
CHICAGO, M ay 18.—The seventeen
year locusts, which Professor Reilly
predicted, seemjto have made their first
appearance here. They have been found
in large numbers close to the surface of
the ground, and are moving upwards.
The indications are strong that an un
usually large swarm will appear in a
short time. Very extensive apple or
chards were planted by capitalists this
spring, and a large eruption of locusts
will almost certainly kill them.
Prof. Reilly's prediction was to the
effect that the country would soon be
visited by two great broods of locusts,
of the seventeen and thirteen year va
rieties, and that this is the first time in
221 years that they have appeared in
conjunction. They will not prove great
ly destructive, and the injury they
will inflict will probably be confined to
fruit trees. The visitation, he said,
would be prolonged until late in July.
CULTIVATION AND REFINEMENT. —
Ron. B. S. Hewett, ex-Speaker House
Representatives, writes: 'J. A. Mc-
Dear Sir l have been buying my
Flavoring Extracts for years from a
Pittsburg manufacturer. Recently we
tried a bottle of yours and found it very
good indeed. Enclosed find five dollars.
Send me its value in your Vanila Ex
Moral—always ask for .McDonald's
JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO.,
Sold by J. Eiseuhutli, Millheim, Pa.
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE for June
comes to us, a paragon of beauty,ahead
of all otiiers. The principal steel-en
graving alone is almost worth the sub
scription price. "No other magazine,"
as we often hear said, "has such steel
engravingtf." A charming story by
Frank Lee Benedict, illustrates this
pretty picture. The colored steel-fash
ion plate is also unusually brilliant, ev
en for "Peterson." Most of the other
illustrations—some fifty iu number
are devoted to the fashions, to patterns
in embroidery, etc. The "Story ot
Louisiana Pine-Lands"—one of rare
merit—is finished in this number. But
all the stories and novelets in "Peter
son," as is well known, are exception
ally good. Considering the low price of
this magazine, and its very great mer
it, we wonder it has not an even larger
circulation; every family ought to take
it. The terms are but two dollars a
year, with great deductions to clubs,
and costly premiums to those getting u
clubs. Now is an especially good time
to subscribe; for a new volume begins
with the July number, when those who
do not wish back numbers can com
mence. Specimens are sent gratis, if
written for, to persons wishing to get
up clubs. Address Charles J.Peterson,
306 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
A Justice Who Stole Chickens.
EASTON. May 16.—Joshua Gray, Jus
tice of the Peace of the Fourth ward,
Philipsburg, was arrested this morning
for stealing a lot of choice breed chick
ens from Hyde Kugler. All the combs,
wings and tails were clipped to prevent
identification. Kugler heard that
Gray had robbed his hennery, procured
a search warrant, captured the chick
ens and arrested the thiet.
—By land or at sea,out on the prairie,
or in the crowded city, Ayer's Cathar
tic Pills are the best for purgatiye pur
poses, eyerywhere alike convenient effi
cacious, and safe. For sluggish bow
els, torpid liver,indigestion,bad breath,
flatulency, and sick headache, they are
a sure remedy;
Miss Anna Johnson, of -24 Front street,
Columbus, Ohio, says: 41 1 suffered from
nn aggravated form of const ipation and
indigestion for several months. My fain
ily physician tried all kinds of medicines
and pills, but to no effect, 1 began tothink
my ease was a hopeless one, A friend ot
mine (Mrs. Elvira Redmond,of East Long
street, this city), called,and seeing the con
dition I was in, recommended me to try
your MANALIN. I must say I had hut little
faith in the medicine, but after I had taken
a few doses I was convinced that MANA
LIN was the medicine for me. A Her I
had taken one bottle I was entirely well
of my complaint, 1 consider it one of the
best remedies for constipation I have ever
used. I haveysevcral friends who are us
ing it. They think it an excellent remedy,
I recommend it to all who are afflicted
with constipation or indigestion. Any
one doubting this statement is invited to
call on me at 24 Front street."
Mr. Milton Knotts, Urbana, 0., writes:
44 Last November one year ngo I was tak
en sick, and called in our family physician.
He examined meandsaidl had symp
toms of typhoid fever. He gave me
medicine for two weeks or more with
out any relief. I began to think that my
days on earth were fast closing in. I
saw at once that his medicine would
not reach my disease. Just as I was about
to conclude that I would have to die, my
daughter brought me one of your pamph
lets. .1 noticed a case whose symptoms
were like mine, and PERU NA and MANA
LIN had cured him. I concluded at once
to trv it. I procured one bottle of PERU
NA and one of MANALIN, and took them
as directed, and before I had used the two
bottles I began to receive strength and
gain in flesh. I finished the rest of the
two bottles and continued its use until
the third bottle was used. When they
were used I could eat anything I wanted
to and go about my work. I consider
that if it hadn't been for your PSRITNA I
would have been in my grave. Parties
wishing information can write me at the
above place. I recommend your medi
cine wherever I go."
Mr. John R. Davis, Moundsville, W.
Va., writes: 44 1 have been handling
your PERUNA ever since its introduction.
All who have used it speak highly of its
curative properties. I consider it a reli
able remedy." f •
Mr. George Fisher, Portsmouth, 0.,
writes : 44 I am handling your PERUNA,
and having a good trade on it, . It give#
—IT is now conceded 011 all sides that
there is r.ot and never has been a reme
dy of such remarkable efficacy as Curtih
Carmelite Cordial, in curing cholera,
dysentary, cholera morbus, summer
complaints, cramps, pains in the bow
els, or any intestinal irritation whatev
er, a single dose brings remarkable re
lief and a single bottle is guaranteed to
cure any case or money refunded. A
remarkable pain killer aud yaluable
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW AY X CO.
Sold by J. Eisenhutb, Millheim, Pa.
NOTICE OF APPEALS.—APPEALS WILL BE
held for the several townships and boroughs
in the Commissioners' Office at Hellefonte as
Monday June Ist.—For the township of Rush.
Taylor. Worth. Huston, Union and boroughs of
Philipsburg, Unionville, and Mllesburg.
Tuesday June 2nd-—For the townships of
Burnside. Snow Shoe, Boggs, Howard, Curtiu.
Liberty, Marian, Walker and the borough of
Wednesday June 3rd.—For the townships of
Miles, Haines, l'enn, Gregg, Potter and the
Borough of Millheim.
Thursday June 4th, —For the townships of
Harris, College, Ferguson, Half moon, l'atton,
Benner, Spring and the borough of Hellefonte.
Between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and 4
o'clock p. in.
The assessors are required to attend the ap
peal with the transcript. Four mills for county
JOIIN WOLF, )
A. J. GKIKST. > Commissioners.
J.C. HENDERSON. )
Attest: G. W. RIXUBUOKU,
AUDITORS' NOTICE.—ESTATE OF ADAM
FISIIFR, DEe'n.—The undersigned auditor
appointed by the Orphans' Court of Centre co.,
to make distribution of the funds in the hands
of the accountants in the estate of Adam Fish
er, dee'd to and among those legally entitled
thereto, will meet the parties in interest for the
purpose of his appointment, on Tuesday, June
2ml l&is, at 10 o clock, a. 111., at his office in
Bellefonte, Pa., when and where those who de
sire may attend. J.C. MEYER.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—IN THE ORPHANS'
COURT OKCKNTUECO.. ESTATE or JOHN
HOSTEIIMAN.DEC'D —The undersigned an audit
or appointed to make distribution of fund paid
into said court in the estate of said John Hos
ternian, dee'd, to and among those legally en
titled thereto w. 11* meet the parties in Interest,
at his odice in Bellefonte, on Friday, May 20th,
1885 at 10 o'clock., a. in , when and where those
in interost may attend. J. C. MEY ER.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE.— Letters testament
ary on the estate of Elizabeth Shirk, tyte
of iJlaiiies township, deceased, having been
frranted to the undersigned, all persons know
ng themselves indebted to said estate are here
by requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same to pre
sent them duly proven lor settlement.
E. 11. MUSSER,
EXECUTORS' NOTlCE—Letters testament-
I ary on the estate of Jeremiah Hoy, late of
Gregg township, deceased, haying been granted
to the subscribers, all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate are hereby re
quested to make immediate payment, and those
having demand: against the same are request
ed to present them duly authenticated for set
tlement. ISRAEL VON ADA,
T A ATTi ? Claims a specialty. Warrants,
I i/\ !\ 1/ ' and ADDITIONAL HOMK
STEAD CIItTIFICATES and all
kinds of LAND SCRIP bought and sold. SUS
PENDED ENTRIES. LAND, PATENT and
PENSION cases attended to. Correspondence
solicited. A. A. '1 liomim.Attorney at I.aw
Kooni 33 St. Cloud Hld'g.Wttibingtoii.
affects seriously all the digestive and
assimilative organs, including tho Kid
neys. When these organs are BO affected,
they fail to extract from tho blood the
uric acid, which, carried through the cir
culation, causes Rheumatism and Neu
The functions of the Liver arc also
affected by costivencss, causing
Among the warning symptoms of Bilious
ness are Nausea, Dizziness, Headache,
Weakness, Fever. Dimness of Vision,
Yellowness of Skin, l'ains in the Side.
Back and Shoulders, Foul Mouth, Furred
Tongue, Irregularity ill the actiou of the
Bowels, Vomiting, etc.
The Stomach suffers when the bowels
are constipated, and Indigestion or
follows. Fetid Breath, Gastric Pains,
Headache, Acidity of the Stomach, Water
brash, Nervousness, and Depression, are all
evidences of the presence of this distress?
ing malady. A Sure Relief for irregu
larities of "the Stomach and all consequent
diseases, will be found iu the use of
Thov stimulate the stomach, free the
bowels, healthfully invigorate the torpid
liver and kidneys, and by their cleansing,
healing and tonic properties, strengthen
and purify the whole system, and restore
it to a salutary and normal condition.
Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
f Sold by all Druggists.
To our Patrons of 1885.
With Mad greeting* tor pint favors.wo
respectfully solicit your patronage for
the coming season.
Wo aro now prepared to furnish the
farmers ofCentro county with every
thing In the line of FA RMINU IMPLE
MENTS AND MACHINERY, such as
MOWERS, It K Al* KlfS, HINDERS,
RAKES, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS,
LAND ROLLERS, COMMON AND
CHILLED I'LOWS, GRAIN DRILLS,
CORN DRILLS AND PLANTERS,
CORN WORKERS, HAY FORKS, CI
DER MILLS, CORN BHKLLEUS, EN
GINES AND THRESHERS, SMALL
SEPARATORS AND IIORSR POW
ERS, and. In fact.any and everything a
farmer may need, and at prices to suit
the limes. Wo arc also prepared to sup
ply extra parts of all the machinery wo
sell, and for many machines wo do not
handle; keep constantly on hand SEC
TIONS, KNIVES AND RIVETS for
nearly all the Mowers and Harvesting
Machinery In use.
We uslo make a specialty of HKAV Y
ENGINES AND BOILERS, BAW MILLS
&c., make estimates on all kinds ofKac
torles and Mills, and guarantee to give
as low or lower prices for the same class
of work than any other concern in the
Our FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
SHOP is iu first class order, and we aro
prepared to make and finish all classes
of Machinery with promptness and dis
patch,do any and all kinds of work done
in any machine shop. We guarantee in
writing tliat all Machinery purchased
from us is in every respect flist chiss
and none superior. Also, work put out
from our shop second to none, and our
prices for everything as low as the
Call on us before purchasing your IM
PLEMENTS AND MACHINERY, and"
1 wo will make It to your profit. We make
an offer this Spring to a limited number
oUarmers of Pcnns Valley who are us
ing Corn Planters, built here at this
place either by Harpster, tlie Centre
Hall Manufacturing Company or our
selves, to exchange with them our new
Improved JFcrtllizer. Planter and Drill
for their old ones, allowing them a large
price for their old planters. So coine on
with your old machines, no matter how
near worn out. The first come, the first
served, and remember only a limited
number will be exchanged-
VAN PELT, SIIOOP $ CO ,
CENTRE IIALL, Pa.
MilHieim, ------ Penua.
Two miles from Coburn Station on L. & T. R. R.
Fine Trout Fishing and Hunting within sight
of town. Healthy locality and fine moun
tain sceneries. The celebrated I'ENNs VAL
LEY CA VKS but five miles distant. The |flnest
drives in the state.
FIN E SADDLE HOUSES, CARBIAGESJAND
BUGGIES for the use of summer boarders.
Double and Smile Roots,
newly furnished, for fipilieawith children, on
secouu and third floors.
Bus to all Trains.
W. S. Musser Prop'r.
16-1 v Millhelm, Centre Co., Fa.
LADIES, THIS IS FOR YOU!
THE FINEST STOCK OF
AHB BUMMER HIIiHHSBK
—JUST RECEIVED BY—
IMTiR, S. -A-lsnST-A. IMI. WEAVER,
PENN STREET, MILLHEIM, PA.
Ti) is elegant lot of goods was selected with great care and consists of the latest and most popular styles of
Bonnets, Hats, Trimmings, Ornaments, &c. Call and see for yourselves.
Journal Store Column.
This is the Jour
nal Store Column:
while the Journal
Store itself is at
No 20,Penn Street
JJI ' W \
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where you will
find a full line of
School & Blank
Sunday School Sup
plies, Stationery, Bi
Stamped Goods, Pe
ncils, Pens, Toys and
a general variety of
goods, such as are
usually kept in first
class stationery and
Call and See.
'B* Q* BMEMim
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•—* ~j x ■ * . v..- .v✓ at
-*g $ - -s;• i . .fc £•*-j£ ; . X -
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Next week this space will contain the announcement of ' |
D. S. KAUFFMAM & CO'S
—OPENING OF THE = * *.
Finest, Freshest and Cheapest Stock of Goods,
ever brought here, some of which arrives daily at their new store room on
MAIN STREET, - - Next door west of Musser's Hotel, - - MILLHEIM, PA.
Do not fail to Call and See.
Ml Uheins Market.
Corroeted every Wednesday
by G. A. Harter,grocer.
Wheat, old 100
* * * .*
oats White 50
Buckwheat , 50
Salt.per Brl 150
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
Barley . £
Clove rseed 6 •**;
* Potatoes. ®
"Mas luse & son,
—PBOPBIKTORS Or THB —
MILLHEII PLASM MIL,
east of the new Bv. church, Penn St.,
Contractors, - Builders,
—AND MANUrACTCBKBB OP
Doors, Sash, Shutters,
Blinds, Brackets, Flooring
All kinds of Siding.
Having our own planing mill,it will be to the
advantage of those inteudlng to bulla to con
GirContraota made on all kinds of
buildings. Plans and SpeoifLoationa
furnished on application, with est
imates of oost. 18-ly
Don't be Deceived
As there are persons offering for
sale Phosphates branded "Twenty
Five Dollar" and other similar
brands, which look very much
like ours, we caution formers not
to be deceived. Use only the article
which has our name and address
on each bag. None other is genu
ine. BAUGH & SONS, Sole Pro
prietors and Manufacturers, Phila.
mu THE WAS?
TWENTY FIVE MIUI
We Caution all persons not to i
infringe upon our trade ?parks
Bayg-h & Sons,
THIS PAPER s ? J
Newspaper Advertising Bureau (10 Spruce
, Street), where aflver. as—■■ lmiiHf
jI * a tl^epe
in a gottle.
lag paiaet roo bum* ar scalds.
It will step the pais as aooa is
PfIIICIIIMC Abuadaaes to care a score
IfUUbnliU ead tW coughing
r that oftea leads the way to
Coasaiaptioa, It wax rot-
I mvsLV ease a Cough hi if
PII H If I kl C Mo™ thaa enough to save
UIIUR lIV O a do#ea chiidiM Choking with
Caour. One miaute alter the
first dose the hardest attach
of Croup wUI he reliered.
fell ||f*fi<V|ft||| f>lPw# S A wall aa. a ka
serere case of Asthau. The
direct cares of Afitat W
■HweBMBHi o equal m A ithn eopv,
• - 1 —.-..-j
la the above cases Or. Themes' KcWctfk 09 MS
be relied upon. It has gives relief to thaaisadh
Keep it ia your house. Then is hardly a week at
the year it will not be useful.
KMf IMI more money than at anything else
■■f IMI by taking an agency for the best
WW ■ |m selling book out. Beginners succeed
■■ ■■■grandly. None fail Terms free.
Hallbtt Book Co.. Portland Maine.
111 NOTICE OF OPENING!!!
s Mr. I. E, Couldren
hereby respectfully Informs the public tftat bp
is now prepared to do all kind of
1 from an OVERALL to a fine BUJT or OVER
COAT. He is a mechanic ol many year's ex
perience 4PD guarantees SATISFACTORY Wprk- HP
has opened his shop In Brown's building, oppo
site Campbell's store. Main street, wberp he
Will be glad to receive the patronage of the
public. A line of samples constantly kept |n
E. I. COULDBEN.