Newspaper Page Text
JUNE 25Tn, 188.5.
Published By It* A. BUMILLER.
Democratic County Com. for 1885.
Be lief on te, N. W .....Wm. Galbraith.
J 44 8.W.... Wm. R.Ludwig,
44 W. W ......William Harper,
Howard 80r0„....~ A.Weber,
Milftsburg ....—....—.........James B. Proudfoot,
MHlheim J. H. Reifsnyder.
Phlllpshurg Ist W J Allen Lukens,
44 2nd W..........► A J Graham,
44 3rd W... .Jackson Gorton,
UnlonvtUe Boro John Btng,
Benner Twp Kobt Henderson,
Boggs, 8. P A A Kolubeeker,
' N. P Lewis Miller,
Burn9ide Twp ........Oscar Holt,
College 44 .......Geo R Roan,
Curtin 44 Thos DeLong.
Ferguson E. P. Peter Lauck,
• W. P David II Kusterborder
Gregg S P.... J"B Fisher,
NP Philip Frank.
Haines E P..... J no 0 Stover,
"• W P H H Weaver
Halfmoon -J H Griffin,
Harris ...Hon W A Murray,
Howard Twp..... Michael Confei,
Huston 44 Jno q Miles,
Liberty 4 * WmNßltner,
Marlon 44 Daniel W Orr,
Miles 44 Jared B Kreamer,
Fatton 44 .....Agnow Sellers,
Penn 44 WF Smith,
Potter N P.„... .D C Keller,
* 44 SP WWRoyer,
Rush S P....... Hugh McCann,
44 N P Fred F Smith.
Snow Shoe N P Frank Tuberty,
44 44 SP Jno Ewing,
5pring............. EdC Wood,
Taylor. Vinton Beckwith,
Union .Jno H Stover.
Walker. -.Jas J Gram ley.
Worth —..George B WUnams,
G W RUMBBRGKR, R M MAGEE,
THE bills of General Grant 's doc
tors are said to amount to $40,000.
ENGLAND is in a stew. Since Glad
stone has stepped down and out, the
new cabinet finds itself in a perplex
ing position on many important
points and now they want the kind
advice and assistance of the retired
minister. Gladstone, however, hesi
tates and wants time to think over it.
Will Introduce Another.
WASHINTON, June 22. —In an inter
view to-day Representative Morrison,
ot Illinois, said he proposed introduc
ing another tariff bill in the next Con
gress, and that it would provide for
about the same reduction in amount
as was provided in bis last hill.
GENERAL Grant, whose condition of
health has in the lat.t few weeks taken
a worse turn,and who was brought to
the cool and invigorating heighths of
Mount Gregor, near Saratoga, is said
to be slightly improving. His yoice
is becoming somewhat stronger and
he passes quiet nights. The people
all over the country seem to anxiously
watch the changes of his disease and
all unite in wishing back his full
In speaking of the new marriage
• license law in this state the Pliilada.
Times gives its opinion of the merits
of said law as follows :
The New Marriage Law-
We give in to-day's paper the. full
text of the act regulating marriages in
this State, now in the hands of Gov
ernor Pattison. It is reasonable to
assume that he will give it his ap
proval, and thus throw its much need
ed restraints around the homes of
It has been assumed by several of
our contemporaries that this journal
was in error in stating that the new
statute would end informal marriages,
but a careful study of the text seems
to fully warrant the interpretation
given in these columns. The first
section declares "that from and after
the Ist day of October, 1885, no per
son vrithin the Commonwealth shall
he joined in marriage until a license
shall have been obtained," etc. As
any form of marriage, however in
formal, is being "joined in marriage,"
there does not appear to be any ex
ception to the rule of the new statute.
This interpretation is apparently con
firmed by the special provision for
license where "the parties intend sol
emnizing their marriages them
selves." They are also required to
obtain a license and furnish their own
certification of their act tor record in
the Orphan's Court.
The obvious intent of the new law,
therefore, seems to be that there can
be no lawful marriages in this' State
after the Ist of October next—assum
ing that the Governor shall approve
the act—without a special license ob
tained from the Clerk of the Orphans'
Court of the proper county. True,
there is no special nullity clause in the
new act, such as there is in the State
of Kentucky ; but like license laws in
several States, without any special
nullity clause, have been held by their
Supreme Courts as meaning that all
informal marriages are null and void.
The clear intent of the law-making
power is that hereafter all marriages
in this State shall be ceremonial, at
least to the extent of the contracting
parties obtaining a license and filing
their certificate of record, and there
will be safety only in obedience to the
wise provisions of the statute.
What Leads to the Many Reports
of Mr. Hay's Early Resignation.
F WASHINGTON, June 28.— Mr. Jfai
; colm Hay, the First Assistant Post
[ master General, has such a feeble ap
pearance that his numerous visitors
generally remark on leaving him that
he is a very sick man. This giyes rise
to frequent rumors that be will soon
resign. It may be stated that the sit
uation is lust this : Mr. Hay is in fee
ble health, but he hopes to gain
strength, and as long as he can attend
to the duties ol his olllco, as he is doing
at present, he proposes to remain. How
much longer he will continue tne pres
ent experiment ho refuses to say, and
the Postmaster General states that he
is ignorant of the intentions of his first
assistant. Mr. Hay is showing a great
deal of pluck and determination in
fighting against disease and physical
Tho Terrible Colliery Disaster.
LONDON, Juno 19.—1t is now known
that 140 persons were killed l>y the ex
plosion in tho Pondlebury Colliery,near
Manchester, yesterday. The chkmber
in which the explosion occurred is so
filled with debris that thus far only 45
bodies have been recovered.
The 14th annual session of Pine
Camp-Meeting will commence August
18,1555 and continue ten days. The
rent of tents is $5.00 for lower lloor,
$4.00 for upper liner, or $7.00 if one
party takes both lower and upper tents.
Necessary groceries and hoarding on
the grounds. Boarding for term,s6.oo;
per day, SI.OO ; per meal, 40c ; children
between the age of 3 and 9 years, half
price. The usual excursion tickets will
be issued. For further information ap
ply to John A. ltobb, Lock Haven, Pa.
Crop and Business Prospeots.
PITTSBURG, June 19.—Reports of the
crop and business condition, made to
Dun's Commercial Agency in this city,
from Western Pennsylvania, Eastern
Ohio and West Virginia indicate that
the limit of the commercial depression
has been reached. There seems to be
nothing insuperable in the way of good
crops of almost everything except win
ter wheat. The fanners have been e
conomizing and now need all manner
oi' implements with which to cultivate
the soil. As soon as they see a sure
market for the growing crops they will
begin to buy. The interchange of com
modities and cash thus produced will
go more to revive business than a big
wheat crop. The resumption to the
iron industries will assist in the return
of confidence to the hearts of all who
till and toil.
His First and Last Ascension.
An Aeronaut's Ballon Ignite 3 and
Collapses and He is Dashed to a
Shapeless Mas 3.
CHARLELTOWN, W. Va., June 19.
Among other attractions at a circus
here to-day was a balloon ascension,and
just as the ropes holding the b.iloon
were cast off a hot-air stove, used in
inflating the baloon, was overturned,
causing it to catch fire. The burning
baloon shot up into the air at a very
rapid rate, with William Patterson, an
aeronaut, in the basket. When a short
distance np the crowd yelled, "Jump,"
but he did not heed the adyice, and af
ter going up several hundred leet, the
balloon collapsed, and Patterson fell to
the earth a lifeless mass of humanity.
It was his first ascension. The balloon
was totally consumed by fire.
Hessian Flies, Grasshoppers, and
Potato BURS, in Lehigh and
EASTON, June 18.—The Hessian fly
has made its appearance in Lehigh
county and in part of Northampton,af
ter an absence of several years. The
flies are making sad havoc with the
growing crops in several places,and the
indications are that the wheat will be
Last year the potato bugs appeared
iu such small numbers that the farmers
congratulated themselves upon the pros
pect of the early total disappearance of
the past, but it now appears that this
hope is not to be realized. The bugs
have appeared in both counties this
year in greater numbers than before,
and, as a consequeuce, they aie a
scourge of potato growers. Many
farmers are using spirits of ammonia
instead of Paris green, and believe it is
as effective as a destructive agency as
the latter. The proportion cf ammonia
is two spoofuls to a gallon of water.
Arrival of the Bartholdi Statue.
• The French vessel "Isere," from
Rouen, bearing the long-expected
Bartbolc'i Statue of Liberty, arrived at
New York oo Tuesday night, June 16ih-
On the following morning the United
States steamer Omaha received the vis
itor with full honors,yards manned and
bunting spread. The numerous pleas
ure crafts in the lower bay also were
full-dreased for the occasion and vied
with each other in payinglheir respects
to the stranger. The statue committee
hailed the yessel and were invited on
board by the commandant, Lespinasse
de Saune. The and sailors of
the Isere received General Stone with
marked courtesy. After a few hurried
words of introduction and greeting the
party proceeded to the commandant's
cabin, where the necessary formalities
When General Stone emerged from
the commandant's cabin he had the
document of transfer, which was in a
morocco-covered case, in his hand. On
the left hand corner of the parchment
was a picture representing the statue
as it will appear when completed and
on the other side were the pictures of
Washington and Lafayette. A public j
reception in honor of the French guests 1
was given on Friday, i
Wc do not find fault, reproach or con
demn the practice of any regular physi
cian—this is not our mission—but we do
claim that if he were to add PKRUNA to
his prescriptions, as directed in our hook
on the " His of Life," (and furnished grat
uitously by all druggists), he would cure
!. all his patients.
Mr. Henry C. Reynolds, Ironton, Law
rence County, Ohio, writes: "My wife
has been sorely distressed for many years.
1 ier disease or diseases and the sy mptoms
of them have been so varied that an at
tempt to describe them would be more
than I feel able to undertake. I have
paid over a thousand (I,OOO) dollars lor
doctors and medicines for her, without any
satisfactory results. We read so much
about your PKUUNA. that I was forced to
try it. She has now taken five bottles;
thev have done her more good than nil
the doctors and medicine that she lias ev
er made use of. PEKUNA is certainly a
God-send to luimanitv."
Mrs. O. L. Gregory, Las Vegas, San
Migvei County, New Mexico, writes: "1
think PEBUNA and MANALIN saved my
Mrs. Cora Engel, First House on La
seUe street, near Rich, Columbus, Ohio,
says; "It affords me much pleasure to
state to you the benefit I have received
from vour PKRUNA. I had been troubled
with kidney complaint and dizziness in
my head for eighteen years. I tried diff
erent kinds of patent medicines, and con
sulted a number of physicians,but received
no benefit whatever. About three weeks
ago I commenced taking PERUNA. 1 be
gan to get better before I had taken half
a bottle. The dizziness has disappeared,
and the other affection has so much im
proved that I am positive, after I will
have taken another bottle, I will beenfrire
iv well. I feel like a different person al
ready. A number of my friends havo
used" it, and they think it is a wonderful
remedy. MV husband says it is one of
the best medicines for a cough that he
A. W. Blackburn, Wooster, O , writes:
" Several weeks ago a man came to me,
all broken down, terribly nervous, stom
ach wifhout anv power to digest food.
Had tried four doctors; none did him any
good. Asked me to do something for
him. I recommended MANALIN. He
told me to-dav that he has been taking it
regularly, and is now almost well. Said
he would sound the praises of MANALIN
far and near."
—More people, adults and children,
are troubled with costivepessthan with
any other ailment. Dr. Henry Baxter's
Mandrake Bitters will cure costiveness
and prevent the diseases which result
—A BUTTER CHURN with "bock,"
good as new, can be bought cheap for
cash. Inquire at this office. tf
LOOK HERE.—I cure Piles. 1 have
a positive remedy for piles. By its use
many cases ,of the worst kind and ol"
long standing have been cured. It cures
as if by magic. Money refunded to dis
satisfied patients. Address,
II K. SUMMERS, Aaronsburg, Pa.
LEGAL A!)VERTISE MEM'S
ADMIN IST HA TO US' NOTICE.— Lilt tor* of
administration on the estate of I'osaniia
Krider, deceased, lateolTenn township, t'ou
tre Co., Pa., havingli.'en granted to the sub
scribers, all persons indebted to said estate are
hereby requested to make immediate payment,
and ail who have claims against the same to
present them duty authenticated by law, for
settlement. N. I*. KUIDKII,
Wolf's Store. June 10, 'So. I>. 15. WKAVB*.
TpXECUTOUS* NOTlCE.—Letters testanieht
j ary on the estate of Elizabeth Shirk, late
of .Haines township, deceased, h.t\iii been
granted to tin* undersigned, ail pci.-eiis know
ing themselves indebted to said estate are here
by requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims against the same to pre
sent them dul\ proven for settlement.
F U. MUSSER.
I EXECUTORS' NOTICE.—Lett-rs testament
11 ary on the estate of Jeremiah Hoy, late of
(iregg township, deceased, haying been granted
to tne 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 dulv authenticated for set
tlement. ISRAEL VON ADA,
poi HlXti \j lUX
Farmers' Mills, Pa.
The mill is now in complete running order
and prepared to exchange
FLOUR FOR WHEAT.
Custom chopiug will be done as heretofore.
Flour and Feed
always on hand. The mill is fitted up with a
full and complete line of the celebrated ALUS
ROLLS and has all the modern improvements
known in the roller process.
tw THE QUALITY OF THE
FLOUR IS GUARANTEED E
QUAL TO ANY MADE IN THE
The highest market price paid for
all kinds of grain.
vT. 33. FISHBB,
PENN HALL, CENTRE CO., PA.
S #rl SHII Send six cents fo
M postage, and receive
8 :l costly box of
BJ a BBS SSB "goods which will help
you to more money right away than anything
else in this world. All, of either sex, succeed
from lirst hour. The broad road to fortune o
pens before the workers, absolutely sure. At
once address, TKUK & Co., Augusta, Maine.
THIS PAPER srsrssff
I OSAU' I M 8881 ROWELL & Co's
Newspaper Advertising "fjnreau (10 Spruce
Street), where adver-1| ■■ oaf tfAIII#
rssws HEW. YORK
LADIES, THIS IS FOR YOU!
THE FINEST STOCK OF
- HSKR3ITO AHB SIfMMBE MILMHEBT ■
—JUST RECEIVED BY—
PENN STREET, ------- MILLHEIM, PA.
This 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.
Spring Mills, Pa.
W. L. SNYDER,
The Light Running Plane
Harvester and Binder, Plane
Reaper and Mower, McSherry
Grain Drill, Cultivators,
Hay rakes, Corn Drills and
Planters, Plows, Spring Har
rows, Land Rollers, Wagons,
and in fact everything that a farmer needs.
—ALSO AGENT FOB—
Engines, Portable and Station
ary Threshing Machines,
with engines having upright or horizont
Clover Hullers. Saw Mills
AM) MACHINKKY BELONGING TO THEM.
—I will also handle—
Odr-I respectfully invite Farmers to come and
examine my stock and be convinced thai han
dle none but first cms* machinery and am seli
ingcheapcr than any one in Centre eo. 1 also
keep a full line of
Repairs on hand.
W. L. SNYDER,
SPUING MILLS, PA.
A Magazine 1 Yr. Free.
We are bound to hive 2 M.oyj subscribers be
fore A tic. Ist to our larg.* Illustrated pub
lication. Tin: FIRESIDE MAGAZINE. In order to
act the above iiiunber of snbseribers we must
almost give away subscription the first year,
ami the second year we will make up tie' l->>
as most of them will subscribe again, paying
our leuular price. Send 2"> cents, silver or
stamps, to pay postage and you will have the
above Magazine to read every week tor one
whole year. If you accept tlm above offer, we
expect you will be kind enough to distribute a
mongydur friends a few small books containing
our a fvertiseiiients and lU7 of the best house
hold receipts, also u few sets of a Ivertising
cards, for which we vill make you a present of
a hail Isomo silver-plated castor, or a set of sil
ver knives and forks. State how many books
and cards you can give away for us, and we will
send them and the present prepaid. Order for
a friend also, and you will receive both pres
ents. Please state how taryou live from the
railroad so we can see whether it is best to send
presents by mail or express. Address,
Fi RESIDE MAGAZINE, Hume, N. Y.
Celebrated Terwilllger Pattern)
fire and Burglar Proof
POINTS OF SUPERIORITY
OVER ANY OTHER MAKE ARE I
Patent Inside Bolt Work.
Holld Welded Anglo Iron Frames.
Extra Thick Walls.
Superior Fire Proof Filling,
Locks and Bolt Work Protected
With Hardened Steel.
Extra Heavy Material t
Hence are More Fire and Burglar Proof,
Send for Circulars and Prices.
THOMSON <& CO.,
273 & 275 State Street,
NEW HAVEN, CONN.
WANTED.—Several good canvasers to sell
an article which every tax-payer needs, and
winch one fourth of them will 'buy if properly
presented and explained. No humbug, l) 1"
article of practical value. Those who mean
business may call in person oil the undersigned
—others need not apply.
H B. O. DEININGEK.
Journal Store Column.
This is the Jour
nal Store Column:
while the Journal
Store itself is at
No 20,Penn Street
where you will
find a full line of
School & Blank
Sunday School Sup
plies, Stationery, Bi
cils, Pens, Toys and
a general variety of
goods, such as are
usually kept in first
class stationery and
Gall and See.
1 ~-r- ■
I FAIR SHOTS ! I
; .. - . .... J . .
I . ... J •" -i :
I •' !
! .4 ■ Ui
Dress Parade of the Pair's Greatest
- BARGAINS - i
j -j | ■ * :
I D. S. Kauffman & Co., |
Main street, Millhemi, Pa. I
I , K jv :
Nest door west of Mussor's Ilotyl. *
: * •* -
j - .. . . f \.>
lie' ((ill the Kjecial ail en turn of our customers to the fact that a new \
j §IOOOO slock of (joods can }*• sold at more advantageous figures than a j
| smalt slock could al any lime be offered.
i ' i
Our stock of goods now is
\' ' r
New large, fine and cheap j
: '• ft -* tM S
nnd comprises anything handled in a first-class i
! General Merchandise Establishment, 1
i from a piu to a heavy silk dress—from a collar to a fine dress sulk
s . r
j ALWAYS ready to show goods
AIJWAYS one price j
i ALWAYS satisfying our customers.
j ( ! §
Give us a FAIR trial arid you will not regret it
D. S. Kauffman & Cof I '**!
I ___ I ■
PROVIDENCE, R. L10 Dexter St.
PK. J. A. SHKRMAN—Denr Friend : lam sorry. Doctor, you have left Boston, Person* onn
tlnue to come to my house to inquire respecting you. while in iny others write me. Many who
left me said they would surely seek your aid. Your success has beeu wonderful, and I am quite
sure without a narallct. To my surprise iny large Hernia appears to be perf"ctty healed. 1 did
not expect it at the ace of 79. After receiving your treatment I was relieved from suffering which
was fast taking iny lite. 1 hare no iaea I should be living had you not taken tny case in hand.
1 weigh now 17*1 pounds, over thirty pounds more than then. 1 think you must receive a great a
uiouut of happiness from the rellet given and gratitude rendered.
You owe it to my son iu Boston, who has known many of your patients before and after heart
ing. that I applied to you. "Go," said he, "to Dr. >herman ; he Is doing wonders." 1 had failed
of help from a dozen others and doubted, but he would not let ine rest tin I went. I bless the day
I did so. It is to ine a mystery, Doctor, that you have so wonderfully out-distanced all in your
l hope your lire will long be spared to relieve sufferers, and thus bless the world. Most affec
-1 (innately and gratefully yours, KEY. JOHN ALDKN.
The Kev. John Aldeu s case was quite as bad as Mr. James Corlew's, lu Dr..Sherman's illustra
ted book. Those who value immunity from strangulated rudure. the injury trusses inflict, and
the comfort* of physical soundness should lose no tune in securing the Benefits of Dr.Sherman's
treatment and remedies. His book, eout tilling likenesses of bud cases before and after (Hire,
with evidence of his success aud indorsements from distinguished physicians, clergymen, mer
chants, tanners. %ugiiicers and other*, is expressed to tuose who send 10 cents. Dr. Sherman can
be consulted daily ai his office, 251 Broadway, New York, except Thursdays and Fridays, when he
will be in Miiladclpliia olliee.:io2 Walnut Street. NOTE.— NO operation or detention from bftsiness
Patients from a distauce can receive treatment and leave for home same day. 23 4t
Corrected every Wednesday
ly (*. A. Ilarter,grocer.
Wlu-at, old, ....„ 93
nats White 50
ltuek wheat 50
Salt, per Br! 150
Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50
Tjrmol liyseed 1.25
T i \TI\ T Claims a specialty. Warrants
i g-pEAD CIKTIFICATES and all
kinds ofLAND SfJKIP bought and sola. SUS
PENDED ENTItIES. LAND, PATENT and
PENSION eases attended to. Correspondence
solicited. A. A. Ihoma*.Attorney at Uw
Koom 25 St. Cloud Rld'jt.Waihlnston
- L "
affects seriously all the digestive and
assimilative organs, including the Kid
neys. When these organs are so affected,
they fail to extract from the blood the
uric acid, which, carried through the cit>
eulation, causes Rheumatism and Neu
The functions of the Liver are also
affected by costiveness, causing
Among the warning symptoms of Bilious
ness are Nausea, Dizziness, Headache,
• Weakness, Fever, Dimness of Vision,
Yellowness of Skin, Pains in the Side,
Back and Shoulders, Foul Mouth, Furred
Tongue, Irregularity in the action of the 1
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 in the use of
They stimulate the stomach, free tho
bowels, healthfully invigorate the tofpid
liver and kidneys, "and by their cleansing,
healing and toiiic properties, strengthen
and purifv the whole system, and restore
it to a salutary and normal condition.
Pr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
Bold by ail Druggists.
There la no medium through which
disease so often attacks the system
as by Constipation, and there is no
other ill flesh is heir to more apt to
be neglected, from the feet material
inconvenience may not be immediate
ly felt from irregular action of the
bowels. When there is not regular
action the retention of decayed and
effete matter, with its poisonous
gases, soon poisons the whole system
by being absorbed into it, causing
i piles, fistula, headache, impure blood
and many other serious affections.
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS will
immediately relieve, and one bottle "
positively cure or relieve any case
" Was troubled for a year with
torpid liver and indigestion, and after
trying everything imaginable used
BURDOCK BLOOD BITTERS. _ The
first bottle revived me and the second
cured me entirely.'*—J. S. "Williamson.
Rochester. N. Y.
Acidulated S. C. Phosphate Rock is not a
complete manure—k is valuable for its soluble
Phosphoric Acid only; and contains no Am
monia. It is often called " Soluble Bone, 1 *
"Mineral Bone," "Fossil Bone," &c.
We are prepared to supply this article at the
lowest possible rate, and guarantee 12 to 14
per cent. Available Phosphoric Acid.
FARMERS, DO NOT BE DECEIVED
rpry I l <
' TRADE JL JQLEI MAXX
TWENTY FIVE DOLUS
Is not South Carolina Rock. It is a true
Ammoniated Animal Bone Super-Phosphate,
We are the only manufacturers of ft, and
every bag has our name and address on, also
guaranteed analysis. Nont oth<r Ugtnuine.
BAUGH & SONS,Philadelphia
supply fertilizers for all