Millheim Journal. (Millheim, Pa.) 1876-1984, August 13, 1885, Image 3
I'F Journal. THURSDAY, Auiu?STI3TH ISvSo. Published'by" R. X BUMILLER. LOCAL S SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL. Mechanics all seem to bo busy. —Almost a sensation, wasn't it V —Evangelical campmeeting commen ces to-day. WANTED. —One or two nice Shoals Inquire of D. S. Kauffman A Co. —An infant child of Mr. John Jones, oUAaronsburg, died on Saturday morn ing. -IVm. Pealer, at Spring Mills, has just received a large lot of Ohio stone ware. —Gospel Hymns, No. 1 2 A 3 combin ed,with or without music—at the Jour nal store. 11 John Rhyrastine, of Selinsgrove, is here enjoying the hospitality of the pa rental roof. —II. F.Confer is constructing a neat picket fence in front of his residence on Penn street. —The most popular Roller Flour— "The Chaim" ol the Penn Roller Mills. Tiy it. —The rains of the last few days have cooled and purified the air and lessoned the danger of disease. —Now that Gen. Grant is laid to rest the newspapers are likely to give the matter a rest too. * —Mr. Philip Anraan, of Spring Mills, is canvassing this and neighboring towns with Grant's history. —A BUTTER CIUTRN with "bock," good as new, can be bought cheap for cash. Inquire at this office. tf —Services will be held in the Metho dist church, Millheim, by Rev. Z. A. Yearick next Sunday eveniug. —Henry Fiedler, of Penn street, is improving bis premises by buildiug a cistern and a bakeoven thereon. —But little interest, was manifested in last Saturday's delegate election and the result was A very light vote. —Mrs. John Poor man, of Lock Hav en, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. R.B. Hartman. Sbe arrived on Tuesday. —Landlord Musser bought himself a fine and huge bunting flag to decorate his hotel on extraordinary occasions. —There are one or more festivals a liead nearly all the time, But then the people will neyer get tired of ice-cream. —Mrs. Ada Herald,of Roaring Creek, Columbia Co., Pa., is at present visit ing her parents, Dennis Lose's at this place. —A head of timothy measuring 9£ inches was brought to thi3 office. The timothy was grown on F. F. Wetzel's farm on North street. —We would call the attention of our readers to the new advertisement of that excellent institution, the Penn sylvania State College. * —The Reformed church Mite Society of Aaronsburg will hold an ice cream festival on the afternoon and evening of the 22nd of August. —There will be preaching in the Lutheran church of this place next Sunday evening by Rev. M.L. Dietzler, in the English language. —The three outlets of disease are the bowels, the skin and the kidneys. Reg ulate their action with the best purify ing tonic, Burdock Blood Bitters. —Th9 B. & L. Association met in regular monthly session last Monday eveniug and a special meeting was then appointed for this (Thursday) evening. —Among other of town is Mrs. Cearfoss and children stopping with D. W. Zeigler's, and Mrs. Spring er, the mother of Geo. L. Springer, at Brown's. NOTICE.—The new Process Holler Flour, manufactured by J. B. Fisher, Penn flail, is for sale at D. S. Kauff man & Co's new store, Jfain street, Millheim, Pa. —Mrs. H. H. Weiser and her daugh ter Teresta, who had been spending several months in the land of the set ting sun, with friends, returned to thi3 place the other day. —Remarked by R. C. Joiner of Allen P. O. Hillsdale Co., Mich : "Nothing gaye my rheumatism Siich quick relief as Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil—believe it infallible for rheumatics." —The real estate of Jeremiah Hoy, deceased, late of Gregg township will be offered at public sale by the execu tors, Israel Yonada and Sam. Wise, on Saturday. Sept. 12th. See bills. 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. Ad dies:, H.K.SUMMERS, Aaronsburg, Pa. —The thanas of the Reformed La dies' Mite Society of Aaronsburg are due W. T. Auman, T. J. Kister and Prof. Wm. T. Meyer for their able as sistance in adding variety and interest to the programme of Friday evening's entertainment. The collection from different sources a mounted to $30.35. Notwithstanding the rain the attend ance was very good and the affair was a success. Friday and Saturday wcm r^iny days but since then the weather has been very fair. Some of the weather prophet would predict but yeiy litt'e warm weather in this month. Falsi Prophets ' —Mr. A..T. Hurler will have every thing convenient about his new man sion on Penn street. At present he has men at work building a cistern and lie also expects to dig a well at some future time. —ln another place we publish Coun ty Superintendent Wolf's notice of Teachers' examinations, lie expects to strike Millheim on the lfith of Sep tember, and our prospective school masters would do well to brush up in the meantime. —The real estate of J. Adam Morr, deceased, on Main street, is advertised for sale by Michael IT I rich, .Tr, execu tor, in this week's issue. The stlo will Cv.me off on Saturday, Aug. 15tn, at one o'clock in the afternoon. l>r. Calvin Fisher, of lloalshurg,ac companied toy his son and daughter, spent a few hours in town last week. Miss Liura Mo Ahster, of Mc Alister ville, and Miss Katie Mussar, of Aa ronsburg were also with the party. —A. Ilarter, of the Millheim Gro cery, gives notice that his delivery wa gon will be at the camp at 3 o'clock,on Saturday afternoon with Watermelons, Sweet Potatoes and Peaches, Cigars and Bolognas. Ministers will be serv ed gratuitously. —We owe many thanks to Mr. & Mrs. John Keen, of near Millheim, for a basketful of delicious pie apples and a large and full grown head of cabbage. They seem to know the printer's way of thinking, "It is more biessed to receive than to give." —On last Thursday Uriah Reifsny der, of North stieet lost a cow, valued at S3O. The cow got in among the rocks on the mountain near Michael Smith's, and broke her left hind leg. To relieve the animal from her suffer ings, she hail to be killed. —P. S. Meyer is making preparations to have a well dug on his yard on Penn street. It there is one thing most de sirable in a town it is an abundance of wells and cisterns, and Millheim cer tainly has that. In case of fire we gen erally have plenty of water. SALE OF REAL ESTATE.— William Weaver aud A. D. Weaver, executors of the estate of Frederick Weaver, de ceased, late of Haines township, will sell the farm and mountainland of de cedent, one mile east of Aaronsburg, on Friday, September 25th,instaut. IMPORTANT TO FARMERS.—J. ll* Frank, west of Millheim, gives notice that he has for sale a superior quality : of Wheat, which he calls "Farmers' friend," for seeding purposes. Farm - 1 ers desiring some of this excellent whe.it are requested to apply to him, —Mr. H. H. Weaver, of Aaronsburg, is gathering up signers for his petition to be appointed storekeeper at the Woodward distillery. Mr. Weaver is a veteran of the late war, a faithful dem ocrat and a good citizen and we hope hisefforts may be crowned with success. '—Frank Van Ormer, a former com positor of the Centre Democrat office,has left Bellefonte, and entered one of the large job offices in Philadelphia. Frank always was a bright boy and is sure to make bis mark in the art preservative, for which he seems to have a special liking. NOTlCE. —Having been appointed a geut by the Middletown Tube & Iron Company of Middletown, Pa., for the sale of their Iron Pipes, &c , all persons needing anything in this line wil) save money by calling on me. W. 11. BARTHOLOMEW, 20 -3m Spring Mills, Pa. —For soothing and grateful influence on the scalp, and for the removal and prevention of dandruff, A/er's Hair Vigor has no equal. It restores faded or gray hair to its original dark color, stimulates the growth of the hair, and gives it a beautiful, soft, glossy and silken appearance. Hay Fever Specific. I found it a specific for Hay Fever. For ten years I have been a great suf ferer from August 9th till frost. Ely's Cream Balm is the only preventive I have eyer found.--Frank B. Ains worth, of F. B. Ainsworth & Co., Publishers, Indianapolis, lud. 28-4t Remarks have been made that so many smiling face are being noticed among the ladies who use the Penn Roller Flour. Tie simple reason is they have been getting such sweet and handsome bread from that flour that they are supremely happy and their husbands are in the same mood about it. —Ayer's Sarsapai ilia is designed for those who need a medicine to purify their blood, build them up, increase their appetite, and rejuvenate their whole system. No other preparation so well meets the want. It touches the I exact spot. Its record of forty yea.s is one of constant triumph over dis ease. —The time for Real Estate Sales is here and we woull call the attention of of our readers to the fact that adver tisements of such sale 3 will find larger circulation in the JOURNAL in this and neighboring townships than in any oth er county paper, this paper having the largest local circulation. Sale bills printed in good style and on short no tice. ..On MOJ d .y evening the band sere naded the Miuimer guests b uirding aj, i ilie First National Hotel, and the la dies and genth men showed theii nppie ciation of the musical treat by applaud ing the<t>o\s heartily and by presenting the.n with some ucrvus IT rum. —On Monday the four dials of the town clock were fixed in place on the Fv. church steeple It is thought that the clock will bo running by next week. The boll oil the old church has been removed and the necessary changes are being in ado to hang it in its new belfry. The real title of General Grunt's book is "Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant." If you buy the "Personal History of General Giant," you will not be getting the General's own work. There are imitations and counterfeits out. So he careful. Huy "Personal Memoirs of IT. S. Grant," and you will get the right book.— Kx. PlED.— Michael Ney, an old and re spected citizen of Aaransburg, died on Fri-lay night, and was buried on '1 non day forenoon in the Lutheran cemetery at that place. Services were held by Rev. M. L. Piotzlcr. Deceased was well known throughout this section of country, having followed the trade of carpet weaving for many years. Mr. and Mrs. J. Resse YanOrmer, of Philadelphia, arrived in Bollefonte on Saturday an 5.20 p. m. and will spend this week at tho home of Mrs. Y's father. Dr. Swartz, on Penn St.— HclUfontc Daily Xctcs. We are told that they are expected to arrive at this place to-day, intending to pay a visit to Mr. Van Ormer's sister, Jfrs. J. 11. Kreamer. —We are pained to state thai Mr. E. 11. Long, of the firm of I). S.KaufTinan & Co., is confined to a bed of sickness with a violent attack of brain fever, lie had been complaining of headache for several days last week and was tak en ill very suddenly on Monday morn ing. His genial countenance is greatly missed by his many friends who sympa thize with him in this new affliction and hope he may soon mend from this sickness. FESTIVAL.— There will be a festival held by the Evangelical Sunday School of Green Grove in the woods in front of the church on Saturday afternoon and evening, August 22ud, ISS*, at which Ice cream. Cakes, Lemonade and a old supper will be served in the best man lier. The Spring Mills C irnet Band i 3 expected to be present to furnish mu sic. The proceeds are to go for the ben efit of the Sunday school and a cordial invitation is extended to all to attend and patronize the festival. E. C. 11. —Mr. Thomas Jacobs, an aged and respected resident of Pleasant Gap,met with a serious and as it proved fatal ac cident on Thursday last. 110 was help ing at some farm work and while thus engaged fell from a hay mow, breaking one of his lower limbs near the hip and injuring himself internally. It was not supposed at first that his injuries were of a dangerous character, but as he did not rally and continued to sink, the worst fears were entertained. lie died last Sunday morning at S o'clock. His remains will Le taken to Altoona for interment. He was SO years of age. He leaves an aged widow to mourn his sudden death.— Beliefonlc Daily X ctcs. THE IRREPIIESSIKLE STREET no Y A GAIN.—On Tuesday evenin? about half past 8 o'clock an incident that might have proved very serious occurred on the diamond. Two of our smaller boys, Frank Foote and Milford Stover had a skirmish when the former in a savage fit of temper threw an open knife into the hitter's face. The point of the blade hit Milford on the temple, inilict yig an ugly cut, from which he bled profusely. His father soon appeared on the ground and at once attended to the wound and sent the boy home. This case causes us to again mention the oft-repeated advice to parints and guardians to keep their children at home after dark. The street at all e vents is an unwholesome place for any child at late hours. They are apt to hear and see things which do not tend to elevate their morality and at the same time they are more liable to meet with some accident. —The tax notices for the M illheim Borough School District are posted up and we notice in the letting of the nec essary fuel that the board have reducfd the winter term of school to five months. Upon inquiry we learn that the change was made with a view to e conomy. The directors several months ago purchased an entire new outfit of school furniture from A. 11. An drews & Co., for the three school hous es, a step thai is certainly worthy of all praise, as the old desks and benches were in a very dilapidated condition. They also expect to replace the old stoves by new and larger ones in order to render the rooms more comfortable during the severe winter weather. All these improvements incure a heavy ex pense. The aim of the school board is to make it as easy as possible for the taxpayers and cons' quently they secur ed such terms as to enable them to pay for the new furniture gradually, name ly in three annual payments. By re ducing the six months' term to live months they save teachers' salary and additional expense for fuel and the rate of school tax remains the same as in former years. The gentlemen of the school board, besides deserving credit for their enterprise, may also be re garded as successful financiers. In accordance witli tin' procluma tion of our chief burgess the merchants of town issued posters last Thursday announcing that they would have their business places closed on the following Saturday afternoon, during the hours of I till ' o'clock. The town was ilrnpert in mourning out of respect to (Jen. (Jrant and memorial services were held in tho Evangelical church at J o'clock, p. in., the exercises consisting of reading the scriptures,prayer,singing and an appropriate discourse by ltev. It. Honest. Owing to the unfavorable state of tho weather tho attendance was not very large. —We had the pleasure on Sunday evening of listening to a line musical treat in the Lutheran church at Aarons burg. ltov. Doitzler at that time had regular services which were attended by a very large number of people from Aaronsburg and Millheim. The church was almost uncomfortably crowded. The choir under the able management of Mr. Luther Stover, and assisted in his unexcelled manner on the organ by IVof. W.T Meyer, of SliuinoUin, open ed tho services by a line anthem, in which Miss Nanuio r.ritt,of Wheeling, West Va., carried tho solo parts in a very pleasing way. At the end of the services the lady rendered the well known song "Consider the lilies of tho field" and demonstrated beyond a doubt that she is a singer of high order and an accomplished and natural musician. She won the admiration of all her hear ers by the volume and clearness of her voice, over which she seems to have pei feet control. 11 was such singing as we do not hear very often in this vicin ity. CENTRE COUNTY TEACHERS' EX* AMI ATIONS, 1585. Buinside and Snow Shoe, Snow Shoe, Saturday, Aug. 22 Union and Unionville,Unionville, Monday 14 24 Iluston, Julian, Tuesday 14 25 Worth, Port Matilda, Wednesday 44 2d Taylor, Hannah, Thursday 44 27 Philipsburg and Ru3b,Philip3b'g Friday 44 2S Boggs and Miiesburg, Milesbutg, Saturday 44 20 Half Moon,Stormstown, Tuesday,Sept 1 Patton, Waddle's School House, Wednesday 44 2 Benner, Konx's 4 * Thursday 44 0 Walker, Hublersburg, Friday 44 1 Spring,Belief'spublic school house Saturday 44 5 Ferguson, Pine Groye, Tuesday 44 S College, Lemont, Wednesday 4 4 0 Harris, Boalsburg, Thursday 44 10 Potter. Centre Hall, Friday 44 11 Haines, Aaronsburg, Tuesday 44 15 Millheim and Penn, Millheim, Wednesday 44 10 Miles, Itebersburg, Thursday 44 17 Gregg, Spring Mills, Friday * 4 IS Marion, Jacksonville, Tuesday 44 22 Liberty, Eagleville, Wednesday 44 23 Howard and Curtin, Howard, Thursday 44 24 Professional Certificates,Bellefonte, Saturday 44 20 4 4 44 Centre Hall, Saturday, Oct. 0 Special, Bellefonte, Saturday, 44 10 Examinations begin at 0 a. in.; be punctual. Teachers will not be examined in the branches in which their grades have reached 1 or I|. Applicants, at the special examina tion, ruust present a written request,as required by decision 301, p. 140, School Laws of Pennsylvania. "Proprietory of character is as ranch a requisite of the teacher as literary at tainments."—Decision 310. p. 142, School Laws. To meet this require ment as fully as possible, all applicants must present testimonials of character from the Board for which they last taught, or from that for which they expect to teach. The examination October 3d and 10th are intended for renewals, as well as for new issues, of professional cer tificates. A meeting of directors is desired on examination day, in each district. D. M. WOLF, CO. Supt. Neighboring- News. AARONSBURG. Splendid—the band music on last Saturday evening. J. C. Meyor, Esq., of Bellefonte, was hero a few days visiting parents and friends. Ilarvey Musser, Esq., has returned to Akron, Ohio. Mrs. Ella Irey has returned to her home, Chester Springs, Pa. Maggie Lenker returned to Lemont, where sho is engaged in the millinery business. Ilenry S. Gross and lady and the family of 11. 11. Yearick, all of Phila delphia, are here and tho guests of Tlios. Yearick. The old Locust tree in front of Jesse Wert's residence in town, planted a bout GO years ago by one Geo. Iless, was cut down last week. The tree showed no signs of decay. The Lutheran festival on last Satur day afternoon and evening was a de cided success. The net proceeds have not yet been repoited, but the gross re ceipts amounted to the even SIOO. Yes, he paid 25 cents for five button hole bouquets, then immediately offer ed 25 cents more to have them remov ed. There is big money in bouquets, Mike. Michael Ney, who died last Friday night at about 11 o'clock, came to this county from Lebanon county, Pa., a bout GO or Go yo.us ago. lie commen ced carpet weaving when but IS years of age and has worked at that trade within a few weeks of his death. Mr. Ney was our oldest citizen having been four score and five yoars when he died. ANOTHER. SMITH TOWN. Farmers are busy as boos this wo k. Mrs. A. I. Alexwidei in company with a friend were visiting here list week. A party of our young folks were to Bellefonte attending the show last week and by all accounts had an enjiyahle time. M ill on Kern expects a very good watermelon crop from his patch. M.i ny of our people were to Aarons hurg on Saturday evening to attend the Lawn Social, which was indeed a very nicely arranged affair. The disappearance of one of our hays on Saturday caused great wonder. But he was yit home again on Sunday and sick. Last week two young ladies from be low 3/illheirn were on our mountains benying and got lost. They had al ready fixed on a place for tho night when to their joy they met fiomo one who put them on the right track Where, oh where is the Smith Town correspondent to the dril ? IMoase tell JITMIIO. COBURN. John Stonebreaker is on the sick list at present. Hope to see him out bo fore loug. Many of our folks expect to attend campmeeting near Millheim next Sun day. The lumbermen band from Fowler gave their first open air concert the other evening. Their music was lis - tened to by a large crowd of people. A grand basket picnic will be held at (,'entre Ilall on Thursday. Samuel Aid bought J. J. GabbePs house at this place for $llOO. lie will finish the buildings at once and will move to Coburn this fall yet. A great deal of boat riding is going on at this place. We ought to haye seyeral pretty skiffs manufactured for that purpose. A strong force of Aaronsburg me chanics were at this place last week. Some twenty of their best workmen were engaged by Hosterraan and K reamer. The young boys who are in the habit of playing bail and throwing stones on the public streets shtnild bear in mind that it is very annoying to our business men,especially when they consider that not one out of ten of them are able or would be willing to pay for a five or ten dollar window light in case they should break one. Z. MADISONBURG. Mr. Klinefelter has suspended work at his grist mill, in the upper end of town, intending to make some repairs. William Keller and Albert Klinefel ter are two happy men—with their girl babies. On Thursday, Aug. 13th, Miss Fairy Shafer expects to leave Brushvalley, to make her future home at Reading, Pa., and to attend school there. By Miss Fairy's departure Madisonburg will lose a fine young lady. Our best wish es go with her. Rev. Aurand, who for quite a while has teen on the sick list, preach ed in the Lutheran church on Sunday for the first time this summor. Albert Klinefelter has just completed the new fence around his yard. STILL. Spring Mills, Dr. Win. Y. Runkle.an eminent phy sician of Philadelphia is at presont vis iting his aged mother at this place. The doctor looks hale and hearty. On last Sunday as Mrs. Zeigler was driving to church her horse took fright and became unmanageable and made a wreck of the buggy. Had it not been that her brother, J. F. Ileckman, was near at hand and at once hell the aui mal until some of the neighbors came to their assistance, it would no doubt have ended more seriously. J/rs. Zeig ler was injured some by jumping from the buggy. I). W. Duncan, Esq., of Sunbury, is visiting his many friends at this place. Wallace is always welcome in these parts. *** —TESTIMONIALS many times are cut from the whole cloth, and for every one voluntarily given in praiseof a meritor ious article an unscrupulous and dis honest manufacturer can write up a dozen for his worthless products ; but the following card from the traveller of Sower, Potts & Co., a publishing house known in almost every state in the un ion, is so emphatic and to the point that we cannot refrain from giving it in eyidence ; 4 Georgeto\vn, Pa. J. A. McDonald,-Dear Sir Please forward by express at once one bottle Curtis' Carmelite Cordial to C.F.Camp, Esq., Stroudsburg, Monroe Co., Pa. It cured me so quickly and completely last summer that I recommend it highly to all my friends.' Single bottle guaranteed to cure any case cholera, dysentery, diarrheal,chol era morbus, summer complaint,c amps or any intestinal irritation whatever,or money refunded in every instance. 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The blood is impure, the breath offensive; you have headache, feel languid, dispirited and nervous. To prevent a more sctious con dition, take at once Simmons ¥ IUHTI REGULATOR. If you lead a 1.1 11 l f€ sedentary life, or suffer with Mlm T JUJLV Kidney Affections, avoid stimulants and take Simmons Liver Regulator. Sure to relieve. If you have eaten anything hard of digestion, or feel heavy after meals or sleepless at night, take a dose and you will feci relieved and sleep pleasantly. If you are a miserable sufferer with Constipation, Dyspepsia and Ilillousuess, seek relief at once in Simmons Liver Regulator. It does not require continual dosing, and costs but a trine. It will cure you. If you wake up in the morning with a bitter, bad taste in your mouth, 111 ■ VT¥| Simmons Liver Regulator. It cor- I £1 it • rects the Bilious Stomach, sweetens A XIIXU the Breath, and cleanses the Furred Tongue. Children often need some safe Cathar tic and Tonic to avert approaching sickness. Simmons Liver Regulator will relieve Colic, Head ache, Sick Stomach, Indigestion, Dysentery, and the Complaints incident to Childhood. At any time you feel your system needs cleansing, toning, regulating without violent purging, or stimulating without Intoxi cating, take Simons Lira Emulate. PREPARED BY J.H.ZElUH&CO.,Philadelphia,Pa. COSTIVENESS affects seriously all the digestive and assimilative organs, including tho Kid neys. When these organs are so affected, they fail to extract from the blood the uric acid, which, carried through the cir culation, causes Khouiuatism and Neu ralgia. The functions of the Liver are also affected by costiveness, causing Bilious Disorders. 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 Moutli, Furred Tongue, Irregularity iu the action of the Bowels, Vomiting, etc. The Stomach suffers when the bowels are constipated, and Indtgestion or Dyspepsia, follows. Fetid Breath, Gastric Pains, Headache, Acidity of the Stomach, Water brash, Nervousness, and Depression, arc all evidences of the presence of this distress ing nuiladv. A Sure Relief for irregu larities of "the Stomach and all consequent diseases, will be found in the use of AYER'S PILLS. Thcv stimulate the stomach, free tho bowels, healthfully invigorate the torpid liver and kidneys, and by their cleansing, healing and toiile properties, strengthen and purify the whole system, and restore it to a salutary and normal condition. PRECARED BY Dr. J. C. Aycr & Co., Lowell, Man. Bold by all Druggist*. HAY FEVER. CATARRH Is attended by an in llanied condition of^^pri|/nktl3W the lining AM of the nostrils, tear Ira ducts and throat af-■ tir-I feeling til • lungs. *AD| acrid mucus is >eß,_.,Tz*(£\ n ta M creted.tlic discharge'r ml-it is accompanied withEaLr a burttlttg cr <j Mm Tltere are sever spasms of K frequent attacks olflbw^ headache, w at e r and inflamed eyes W Ely's Creatn Balm Is a real cure for u**.j disease and can bc|| ET P WF* O depended upon. A particle is applied into each nostril and .is agreeable to use. Trice 50 cents by mail or at Druggists. Send for circular. ELY BROTH ERS. Druggiats.Owego, N. Y. The Boss Clothiers! The Boss Clothiers! The Boss Clothiers! The most reasonable and reliable clothiers of Bellefonte are Joseph BroSi & Co IN OTTT -A-TTID FIT our stock is equally as good, if not than any clothing made to order in the country. We are making A SPECIALTY= this season of OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT 1 We are able to SELL GOODS CHEAPER £ than almost any other merchant. Our entire stock is BOUGHT FOR SPOT CASH and we will give customers the benefit of our close figures. OUR STOCK OF DRY GOODS, Fancy Goods and Notions is so well known in this section of country that advertising it is superfluous. E&"We offer this week a specialty: A Black Cork Screw Suit for $3.80. CASH STORE! The MOST goods for the LEAST money \ AT i A. HARTER'S GROCEBY, No- 32 .Main Street, MiUheim, Pa. —♦ m • ■ Headquarters for Gro-' ceries, Provisions, Con fectioneries. Tobacco and Cigars, &c. Country Produce Taken in exchange FOR GOODS AT THE HIGHEST Home Market Prices. Remember wo do a strict cash business and sell at close margins. Pure And Unadu terated! T. KBAIN, Proprietor of the ->gFirst National Hotel,^- MILLHRIM, PA., wishes to inform the public that he keeps the following liquors constantly on hand and In- * suresthem all strictly pure, and especially a daptod for medical purposes: U'HISKF. Y.S; WINS; llannesville, . 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