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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH, 1885
Published by R. A. BTJMILLER.
Democratic County Com. for 1885.
Bellefonte, N. W Wm. Galbreitli.
" 8. W Wm. R. Luawiff,
M W. ..William Harper,
Howard Boro A.Weber,
Mllesburg James B. Prondfoot,
MNIHELM J. H . Relfanyder.
Pblllpsburg Ist W J Allen T.ukens,
" 2nd W A J(i raham,
" 3rd W Jackson Gorton,
Union vllle 80r0...... John Bing,
Benner Twp-..- liobt Henderson,
Boras, 8. P - A A Kohibeeker,
" N. P....Lewis Miller,
Burnside Twp.. —...Oscar Holt,
College " Geo R Roan,
Curtln " - Thos DeLong.
Ferguson E. P.— Peter Lauck,
s W. P David H Kusterborder
Gregg S P-~ ->.J B Fisher,
" NP —Philip Frank.
Haines E P Jno C Stover,
" W P.. H H Weaver
Half moon -..-J H Griffin,
Harris. —....H0n W A Murrey,
Howard Twp..—.—.Michael Confer,
Huston " .—..—Jno Q Miles,
liberty '* ...Wm N Bitner,
Marlon M ..... Daniel W Orr,
Miles " Jared B Kreamer,
Patton " Agnow Sellers,
Penn ** WF Smith,
Potter N P -D C Keller.
. " s P W W Royer,
Rash S P... —Hugh McCann,
" N P -Fred F Smith.
Snow Shoe N P Frank Tuberty,
u " SP JnoEwing,
Spring..— EdC Wood,
Taylor—. Vinton Beckwith,
Union - Jno H Stover.
Walker...——— -.Jas J Graniley,
Worth —.George B Williams.
G W RVMBBRGBR, R M MAGEK,
HARRISBURG is decked this week
with the national colors in honor of
CANADA is infested with the small
pox. Won't that be rough on the
crowd of absconding cashiers, who
took refhge there ? It's likely to turn
the rascals out
REPURLICAN Chairman Cooper will
find the jcb of collecting campaign
fiinds from government clerks some
what slower than before. The clerks
argue that it is impossible to serve
two masters at the same time.
THE headquarters of the Democrat
ic State Committee have been estab
lished for the campaign at the S. E.
Corner, Broad and Chestuut Streets,
Philadelphia, where the active and
wide-awake chairman, W. U. Hensel,
and his secretary, J. B. Lichty attend
to the cumbersome duties of the cam
THE latest foreign news report that
Spain and Germany are about cooling
down and are settling their difficulties
in a peaceful way. But both are
rather hot-headed and the slightest
disagreement may get them to quar
reling again. The great trouble with
the European potentates is that each
and every one has a craving to be "on
top of the pile."
THE Grant Memorial fund in New
York which has been started with the
intention of making it a round million
dollars, as yet lacks about nine hun
dred and twenty-six thousand dollars
to make the million full. The good
people of this country fail to see the
use of sticking an enormous sum of
money into a great monumental pile,
when something more modest would
answer just as well.
To Go or Not to Go.
The Ohio clerks iu Washington, of
the Republican faith, are said to be
considering whether it is worth while
to go home to vote this fall or not.
Heretofore they never were given an
opportunity tor considering the mat
ter. They were required to go home
and vote by the political leaders, who
were supposed to be all powerful with
the appointing power. That settled
the matter. The clerks invariably
were on hand at the polls on election
day and voted the party ticket.
At the present juncture matters are
in an entirely different shape. There
is nobody who can hurt them it they
don't go. There is a healthy fear in
the minds of some of them that they
might have occasion to regret it if
they did go. Many of them have ex
hausted their thirty days' leave of ab
sence and, as the present administra
tion does not grant more than the
thirty days without deducting from
the salaries for the time lost,they have
an excellent excuse for not going.
While there is no evidence that go
ing home to vote would cost any effi
cient clerk his place,as there is nobody
standing ready to decapitate him if
he does not go, it may be taken for
granted that the migration to Ohio at
election time will be much less this
year than usual.— Phila. Times.
The New York Governorship.
NEW YORK, Sept. 13. —Advices from
all over the State are to the effect that
Hill will take the Democratic nomina
tion for Governor without much oppo
sition, also that Carr is leading all the
other republican candidates, closely
pressed by Morton. If Carr continues
to gain as fast as he has the past week
he will be nominated, though the friends
of Morton and Davis are still very san
The Bueinesfl Strain is Passing
From the Pittsburg Dispatch.
The business reviyal keeps on reviv
ing in away to rejoice the hearts of all.
The period of strain has been a trying
one, but it is passing away, and trade
skies are roseate.
Asking Clorks for Money is Mean
From thoKcimot Advance.Waine-ln-isss Organ
Chairman Cooper has bearded the
lion in his den, so to speak, and has
sent circulars to all the Pennsylvania
in government offices, asking
for contributions tothe campaign fund.
Some of the clerks are kicking as
though they feel dreadfully insulted but
it is likely that the majority of them
will pay up without any fuss, although
they may be pub iu the unpleasant di!-
emna of trying to serve two masters.
It is a mean business and ought to be
Secretary Manning has leased a house
at the corner of Eighteenth and P
streets, Washington, and will occupy
it as soon as Mrs. Manning returns to
Washington. The house, a line resi
dence, is in Dupont Circle, opposite
the Blaine mansion and Stewart castle.
Secretary Whitney is fitting up the
Means mansion on the Teuallytown
road, recently purchased by him, and
will spend the autumn there. Attorney
General Garland has purchased a resi
dence at the corner of Rhode Island
avenue and Fourteenth street. All the
members of the Cabinet, except Mr.
Lamar,may now be said to bo provided
with homes in tho District of Colum
Secretary Bayard has been informed
by cable that cholera is prevalent at
DEAD AT THE AGE OF 111 YEARS.
HUDSON',"N . Y.,Sept. 10. —Christian
Cooper, of the town of Livingston, Co
lumbia county, died yesterday, aged
one hundred and eleven years, ten
months and fifteen days. Mr. Cooper
was active and retained; his mental
faculties until a few days before his
Castor's Slayer Gets Throe Years.
NORRISTOWN, Sept. 12.—Judge Iloy
er this afternoon sentenced Alexander
Steele, the Insane Asylum attendant
who was conyicted at the June court of
manslaughter for the killing of Theo
dore F. Castor, a patient at the institu
tion, to three years at hard labor in the
County Prison. Ilis counsel asked for
mercy. Steele looked pale.
THE BOAT CAPSIZED AND TIIE MINIS
MUNCY, Sept. 10. —A drowning ac
cident occurred yesterday iu the rivr
near McEwensville by which the Rev.
Mr. Millet, of that place, lost liis life.
He and his brother were in a boat fish
ing, when it capsized, precipitating
both of them into the water. In his
efforts to save him his brother ahso
came near being drowned. The hoc y
He Struck a Nitro-Glyccrino Can.
BEDFORD, Sept. 13.—This afternoon,
about two miles south of this city,some
boys discovered a disused nitro glycer
ine can. One of the boys, George Can
field, aged 17 years, threw a stone at it.
He was a good marksman and the
stone exploded what little glycerine re
mained in the can. The force of the
explosion caused the stone to rebound,
one piece of it striking Can.ield in the
abdomen and another in the cheek. lie
lived but au hour.
Death of B. L. Wallace.
Bishop L. Wallace, of Clearfield, as
sistant cashier of the deal field County
Bank, died at the residence of iiis fath
er, Hon. W. A. Wallace, on Monday
morning, from injuries received in a
fall on Friday morning last. Mc. Wal
lace was a young man of bright prom
ise, and his distinguished fathei has
the sympathy of his numerous friends
in this region in his severe affliction.
Tiie deceased was a nephew of Mv.
Thomas 1,. Wallace and S. J. M. Mi-
Carrell, Esq., of Harrisburg.
Overdose of Morphia.
LANCASTER, Sept. J 3.—Dr. Frank
31. J/usser, a prominent young physi
cian of this city, died at 2 30 yesterday
afternoon from the effects of an over
dose of morphine. He had long suffer
ed from severe headaches and on Thurs
day afternoon took an injection of mor
phia to relieve tho pain. The dose was
too large.and he sank into unconscious
ness, from which he did not recover.
He was 35 years old and leaves a wife
and three children.
GOLD ALLEGED TO IJE FOUND AT
A late dispatch from Williamsport to
the Philadelphia Press says : "Peter
Weisel a reptutable citizen of this
place, claims to have discoycred gold in
Lycoming County while out hunting
recently. He refuses to divulge the
location of his find, but a stock com
pany is being formed by him to develop
it. Mr. Weisel claims to have sent
some of the quarts to New York last
week for assay, and states that he to
day received information that his spec
imens yielded at the rate of $220 per
ton. More quartz have been sent to
New York, and a number of capitalists
are auxipus to open up the alleged
Discovery of Coal.
MT. ('ARM EL, Sept. 15,—The Com
pany of Keed,Sleeker A Heed this week
commenced tho work of sinking a slope
on tho Northumberland County Coal
Company's tract, n few miles north of
this borough. A vein of excellent coal
seyen feet thick has been discovered,
and a prosperous mine will be opened
in the near future.
THE RAVAGES OK CHOLERA.
LONDON, Sept. 12.—The total num
ber of eases of cholera reported in Mad
rid since September Ist was 10,GGG aud
for the whole of Spain for the same pe
riod 23,(H1. The total number of deaths
from tho disease throughout Spain
since September Ist was 0,879. The
disease has almost disappeared fiom
the provinces of Valencia, Murcin,
Saragossa and Granada. A few cases
of cholera and deaths from tho disease
are daily- reported Irom various towns
in the south of France. The Archbish
op of Aix, Department of Bouches-du-
Ithone, seventeen miles north of Mar
seilles, has died from cholera. lie con
tracted the disease while visiting a chol
MOLLIS MAGUIRE MURDERS.
NINE PERSONS KILLED BY THE ORDER
IN TIIE LUZERNE COAL REGION.
SIIAMOKIN, Pa., Sept. 11. —Mollio
Maguiroism is again rampant in the up
per and lower Luzerne districts. Nine
murders have been committed recently
in tho northern coal fields, and mines
are frequently fired. Murderers and
firebugs go free, and tho Coal and Iron
Police seem powerless. The "Moon
light" ritle companions are drilling un
molested, and the Association of Min
ers and Laborers is daily growing by
hundreds. It is well known here that
the Mollio Maguire Brotherhood has
been quietly organizing since last April,
and a general outbreak is confidently
looked for before November. Detect
ives are watching for tho approach of
Socialist Gorsuch, of Chicago, who, it
is thought, will try to organize a revolt
among the miners. The familiar "cof
fin notices"have been received by mem
bers of the Law and Older society.
Escape of a Robber.
An Old Offender Scales the Wall of
the Huntingdon Jail.
HUNTINGDON, Pa., Sept. 11.— Paddy
Connelly, an old offender, has escaped
from the county jail in this city by
scaling the wall with the aid of ai: old
fashioned bnkeoven scraper, which lie
stole from the bakery. Connelly was
arrested by railroad officers last spring
on the charge of robbing freight cars,
and his case would have come before
the court next week. Connelly has
broken out of jail several times. About
three months ago he made his escape
from the j lil here with McClay Cherry,
but was captured OD one of the ridges
adjoining the city, and about t wo years
ago he dug his way out of the prison of
lioanoke, Va. After he got out of jail
in the evening, he made his way to the
residence of a confederate, who is out
on bail, and asked him to run away,bat
this tin? young man refused to do. Con
nelly then stole his way to the railroad
in the darkness and has not since been
seen or heard from.
A singular case ot poisoning occur
red in West Phila., a few days ago. A
young man had catarrh, for which he
had tried many remedies, which reliev
ed him but did not cure him. lie had
noticed a patent medicine advertised
for the cure of catarrh, which he con
cluded to try. lie repaired to a well
established drug store near by, and
bought a box of the new preparation,
that was properlj put up and labelled.
When he reached home he found the
contents in a pulverized condition, so
as to be used as snuff, fie took aam all
amount of the powd.tr on his finger,and
snuffed it. Instantly lie gave a pierc
ing shriek, and continued shrieking.
Blood issued from his nostrils, aud he
became delirious and almost beyond
control. A physician was hurried to
his bedside, but could afford little re
lief. lie hastily examined the box,and
found the contents to be henbane, one
of the deadliest poisons known. The
druggist was entirely blameless, as ho
had bought the sealed package for what
it was represented to be on the label ;
and the house from which he purchas
ed it had done the same. The patient
survived, but his sufferings were long
PETERSON'S MAGAZINE for October
makes us marvel more than ever how
so beautiful a monthly can he published
for so low a price. The principal en
graving on steel, ' The Star of the
Night," is a portrait of one of the love
liest of women, and looks as if painted
from life. There are two colored pat
terns in embroidery; a mammoth color
ed fashion-plate; a story profusely illus
trated ; and some fifty wood-cuts of
fashions, work-table patterns, etc., etc.
The powerful novelet by Mrs. Ann S.
Stephens, which has awakened such in
terest all the year, grows more absorb
ing as it approaches the close. "Josiah
Allen's Wife" has one of her unrivaled
humorous sketches; Frank Lee Bene
dict begins a new novelet; and there is
a little sketch, "That Horrid Dress,"
which every lady ought to insist on her
husband reading. But enough : the
best thing to do is to write for a speci
men of "Peterson," which will be sent
gratis,and compare it with others,when
you will be certain to subscribe, or get
up a club, for 18SG. Now is the time
tor this. The price of this "lady's fa
vorite" is but two dollars a year, with
great deductions to clubs. Address, j
Chas. J. Peterson, 306 Chestnut Street, i
Philadelphia, Pa. 1
Dpininpror's Rrmly lieforonro T.ix
Kocoipl Hook Is growing in public fa
vol. ('ustoiuora Irom a distance) are
beginning to call for it. It is an ad
mitted necessity fr every tax-payer
who does Ids business in a practical
manner. It it arranged to last for ten
years and sells at tho low prico of 10
cents.- Call and sec it at tho Jouunal
Aaviei: to noniKUH
Are you <ti-tal niglit and broken of
your rest b\ a sick child suffering and crying
willi pain of cutting Belli t II so, send at once
and get a UtlMc <•! Mi;s. WlNst.ow'B KOOtuinu
Svnee foil Cmi i>rTs Tkctiiino. Its vlilnr. H
Incalculubio. II relieve the por little suf
ferer Imniediati lv. Depend upon it, mothers,
there is no mistake sihnuHl. It cnresdyseiitery
and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and
bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ro
duces lntlaeiiaatleii, and Rives tone and energy
to the whole system. l\lie W inflow's SOOTII
im: svm e roil ('uiliiukn Teething is pleasant
ao the taste, and (s the proserlptlon of one <>f
the oldest and best female nurses and physlei
tns in the United States, and Is for sale by all
druggists throughout the world. Price 23
cents a bottle.
L EGJtL Ji DVE n TIS /;. 1/ EJCTS
ADMINISTKATRIX' NOTlCE.—Letters or
administration on the estate of .loliu J.
Frank, deceased, late of Aarousburg, Pa., hav
ing been granted to the undersigned, she re
quests nil persons knowing themselves indebted
to said e-tate to make Immediate payment, and
those having elahns against the same to present
them duly authenticated for settlement.
: , 11 11 K£. LYOIA A. FR ANK.
ITtXECUTORS' BALK OF REAL ESTATE.—
j The Subscribers,executors of the estate of
Frederick Weaver, deceased, late of Haines
township, will sell at public sale on tin* premis
es, one mile east of Aarousburg. on I'ma.iv.
St'iT. J.Vrn, atone o'clock, P. M., tho following
described real estate, to w it :
No.l. A tract of farmland, containing 01 a
eres and 1" 1 perches all cleared, excepting 10
acres, which are covered with pine timber.
This tract i situate on each side of t tie turnpike
leading to Woodward. Thereon erected
2 DWELLING HOUSES,
one brick, the other logframe, Hank Bakn, and
all necessary outbuildings.
N0.2. A tract of Mountain land, containing
.".1 acres, more or less, situate about 80 rods
northeast of tract No. 1, bounded on the south
by land of Enoch Kreamer, on the east by Levi
Hurd. on the north by Wolf & stover C0.,0n the
west by F. .1. Weaver. The tract is covered
W illi pine, oak ind chestnut timber.
Terms will bo made known on day of sale by
WILLIAM WEAVER. ) v oCutors
A. I). WEAVER. S xctulols '
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE
sale. —The undersigned offers at private
sale his valuable property, situate 11.,I 1 ., mile
north of Spring Mills, Centre Co , l'a., contain
ing nearly Six Acuee, ft II of which is inn high
state of cultivation. Thereon erected a GOOD
DWELL! NG HOUSE, Stable and all noces-ary
outbuildings. Oeod orchard of choice fruit,
sutlias apples, ticars, plums, grapes, etc., on
the premises. Good water at the door. This is
a yery desirable property and will be sol 1
cheap. HENRY WALTERS,
34-4t Spring Mills, Pa.
AI'DITOIFfUJiATieK.— IN TUE OFFUAX's
COURT OP CSNTHE couNrr—lN ti. MAT
i'EU OK THE K/JTATII OP .lOUN D. I*o<>T' LlT£
or Mii.iueim BoKOrr.li, DECEASED.— u
dersicucd. an auditor appointed by ' Court
to rojHirt distribution of the funds ii. ,i., hands
of Dr. P. T. Musser, Administrator of &c., of
said decedent, as shown by his second partial
account, hereby gives notice that he will meet
the part ics in interest at ids office in Rellcfonte
on Friday, Sept. lStii at 2 o'clock P. M ..for
the purposes of his appointment, when and
where all parties Interested may appear if they
see p rotter. C. P. illiwES,
(lAUTION.— Having bought at Constable's
j sale on the 30tb of August last, tho billow
ing property of Jacob Wingart, to wit: One
('ook Stove, complete, Wood Box, One Bed and
Bedding. 6 Chairs, 1 Cradle, 2 Tables, 1 Clock,
Sew ing Maehlne,2 Shoats and other articles be
longing to the defendant, all persons are here
by cautioned not to meddle or in any wise in
terfere with the same, as I have leit tu.Tu in his
possession at my pleasure.
W. 11. Bartholomew,
34-3t Spring Mills, Pa.
CAUTION.— Having purchased at Constable's
sale, Aug. 25th. 'f the property of A. C.
Davis, to wit : Ouc Cook Stove, complete. One
Bed and Bedding, Eight-day Clock, - Shoats,
and all the other property of the defendant. 1
pcreby natation nil peitoninot t> meddle or in
terfere in anywise with tho sun >, as 1 have
left it in Ids possession aL my pleasure.
"1. J. GUENOni.E,
31-3t Spring Mills, Pa.
(TAUTION. —The follow ing property has been
J purchased by the subscribers at Cousta
AU the lumber belonging to J. W. Bariges,ly
ing on the mill:
All the grain belonging to J. W. and Robert
Bartges,.-11 their homestead at Penu Hall, and
far ni at Farmers' MUD.
Wo hereby caution all persons not t< meddle
.or in anywise interfere with the same.
Pentt Hull.Aug.2Dth,lß3s. J.C. Condo.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE—Letters of
administration on the e tato of George
Bro m, lute or Gregg township, deceased, hay
ing bum granted to the undersigned .all persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are
requested to make immediate payment, and
i those having claims against the same, to pre
sent them duly proven for settlement.
SUMMER !^ YFEVE:Fi t$<^
COLDS IN HEABgryJfl
A pari iclo-is applied into caeh nostril and is
agreeable to use." Price focents l>y mail or at
Drugglsts. Send for circular. ELY BROTH
ERS. Druggists,Owcgo, N. Y.
EitabliaiiM jji l*a.
RESEMRLXS FINE lkatiieu; for ROOFS. OUT
SIDE WALLS, and INSIDE in place of Plaster.
Very strong and durable. CARPETS and
RUGS of same material. Catalogue with testi
monials and Free. W. 11, FAY & CO.,
Camden, N. J. 34-4t
THE MAGIC INSECT EXTERMINATOR
mid HO.Sqi'ITO BITE CURE.
We offer one thousand dollars for its equal.
Send for circulars,
BALLADE A C 0.,8 East 18lh St., New York.3o-41
fiTflDL 7 Wanted Agents to sell our American e-
V* Uilli dition of the lliriml MblPhoto
orar/h Album*. I.ifk OF GRANT., Prof. O. S.
Fowler's Great Work, etc. Send Mo. for com
plete. outfit. Permanent employment, paying
♦ln to S2O weekly, Adores* glouk BIBLE Puu-
LISIHNO Co., 70f> Chestnut St., Pnila., l'a. 30-41
WJWTDn RELIABLE MEN to sell our goods.
W ii i X i Li ii A full line of FIHIT AND ORNAMEN
TAL TUFFS, shrubs, Grape Vines, Roses, &e.
Several hundred varieties in stock. Also intro
ducer and sole proprietor of MOORE'S DIA
MOND Grane. Liberal terms to Agents. J F.
LeCLARE, Brighton, N. Y. 35-4t
IV lUTria 1000 BUTCHERS AND CIGAR
II A.! I Li' MANUFACTURERS !
Butcher to buy tiie
STAR MEAT CUTTER,
Cigar Manufacturer to buy the*
DAISY SCRAP MACHINE.
These Machines are wan anted to bo toe best in
the market. Send for circulars to
30-11 S. E. WANNER, Blue Ball, Pcnna.
Thin paper is kept on file nt the office of
ktfg ftuii-biwa &Btfsa Phkadeiphh. :
ptTHs ATLV ForKEHSPAPER ADVERTISING CDCC
LOSImdiLO at Lowest Cash Rates rntt <
slumps fur AVER & SON'S MANUAL 'i
- -PENH ROLLER
Farmer's Mills, Pa.
Tho mill is now in complete running order
and prepared to exchange
FLOUR FOR WHEAT.
Custom cnopflig will be done as heretofore.
Flour and Feed
always on hand. The mill 1 fitted up with a
full and complete line of tho celebrated ALUS
ROLL'* and lias all the modern Improvements
known !n the roller process.
W THE QUALITY OF TJIE
FLOUR IS GUARANTEE I) E
QUAL TO ANY MADE IN TIIE
Tho highest market price paid for
all kinds of grain.
J". 33. FISHEB,
PENN HALL, CENTRE CO., PA.
NEW GUNS !
WINCHESTER RIFLES from
xl .7 to 8 IS. *
BREECH LOA DING doable
g mis from SI? up.
RREEC 11 L OADING tingle
gnus from s'.s tip.
MUZZLE LOADING gun*from
RE VOL VINO C I' L IXD E It
GUNS for ball* or shot; CANE
GUNS; The MAULIX RIFLE,
The SPENCER RIFLE, The
REMINGTON RIFLE or SHOT
F I X E BREECH-LOADING
RIFLES and SHOT GUNS.
Loading Tool, A nut nit ion, Car
tridge.s, Leggings, Powder, Shot,
Caps, Lead, and anything in (he
Guns carefully rejmired at
GREAT CENTRAL GUN WORKS,
JLLBISZASES AZISIXH Fmt All /WPI/flO i
STATEDF THE GLCS& C'JKES ULCERS,
Erysipelas, Scrcfulj.Debility, Cutane
ous diseaseS.S;f!£ Eyes,Pjxples cn the
Face, Ss.lt H;:zv*.-;Er.cwAL Diseases, an d,u
TEE BEST SFRINQ AND SUMXER MEOP
DINE EVER CUTEPSS TO THE PUBIIQ.TRY I T f
and EE c :u::nct.t3. fr is ari l rely vegetable
PREFF.UTiCX. CTW.--IZE C F.rpJf THE FINEST '
Routs, f.'tF£s .if b Leaves. wicu A'ature
has VR'j'ir - r;::. ;j lc cr tut. FQRSALE
It gives tone and power. For complaints of the
Kidneys, Bowels, Stomach. Liver and Lungs,for
all the subtle troubles of women and for those
bodily disorders induced by anxiety, care and
mental strain,its effects will surprise and charm
you. It is not an essence of ginger. Delicious to
the palate, an antidote to the liquor habit, and
exceedingly helpful to the aged and feeble. f>oc.
and id sizes. HISCOX & CO., New York.
ffl IHjP IkVtfFl? To introduce them we
M 111 il UT F Kilii will give away 1,000
•anself-operating Washing Machines. If you
"want one send us your name P. U. and ex
press office at once.
34-It THE NATIONAL CO„ 21 Dey st, N. Y.
ANY WELL RATED BUSIN ESS HODSE
in city or country, with banking facilities,
who may be embarrassed or dos i rous of ob
taining temporary accommodation on their pa
per, can secure same by addressing Absolutely
Confidential, Box 2517, New York. 34-4t
f\ Km ehx awm nt Send six cents for
Pip ftp H MWf postage, and receive
fevfj H HI PL tree a costly box of
™ ■ goods which will help
you to more money right away than anything
else in this world. All. of either sex, succeed
from first hour. The broad road to fortune o
pens before the. workers, absolutely sure. At
once address, Tkuk & Co., Augusta, Maine.
THE STOCKTON Jf K
Corner Maryland and Atlantic avenues, Atlantic
City. N. J. This sp:endid hotel is now ready to
receive guests for the season. Fine view of the
ocean, and excellent bathing, boating, fishing,
&c. Dancing pavilUou attached. Kelsky &
Leflek, Proprietors. [Mention where you saw
WE ARE READY
AUTUMN • DISPLAY
Seasonable, Fresh, Cheap and Well-selected Goods.
Just received and shelved the following:
50 Pieces of MUSLIN, from 5 to
7 1-2 cts.
100 Pieces of PRINTS, " sto
7 1-2 cts.
A full line of CASHMERES and LA
DIES' CLOTHS, aU prices.
All kinds of FLANNELS a specialty
in our store. I mm
A splendid selection of HAPS and
BRUSSELS. INGRAIN and HOME
MADE CARPETS and RUGS.
A SIOOO lot of BOOTS and SHOES, for
men, women and children.
A complete line of READY-MADE
An unequalled stock of LADIES' and
Space does not permit to enumerate the one-half
of our large stock, but before closing we would in
vite the attention of our patrons to our excellent
CALL AND SEE!
D. S. Kauffman & Co.,
Ma~n Street , Mittlieim* Pa-
Ml libel m Mat-Mel.
Corrected every Wednesday
Wheat, old, 75
salt, per rl 1 50
Cement, per Bushel 45 tow
Potatoes new 35
Spring Mills, Pa.
W. L. SNYDER,
The Light Running Piano
Harvester and Binder, Piano
Reaper and Mower, McSherry
Grain Drill, Cultivators,
Hay rakes, Corn Drills and
Planters, Plows, Spring Har
rows, Land Rollers, Wagons,
and lu fact everything that a farmer needs.
-ALSO AGENT FOR
Engines, Portable and Station
ary Threshing Machines,
with engines having upright or horizont
Clover Hullers, Saw Mills
AND MACHINERY BELONGING TO THEM.
—1 will also handle—
A3-I respec! fully Invite Farmers to come and
examine my stock and be convinced that 1 han
dle none but first class machinery and am seh
ingcheaper than any one in Centre co. 1 also
keep a full line of
Repairs on hand.
SPRING MILLS, PA.
~~ N. W. Eby, ~
PURE RYE WHISKEY.
The best article constantly kept on hand and
guaranteed to be unadulterated.
The best liquor for Medical Use.
Sold at the lowest cash prices. 23 ly
SELWYN HALL *ST
A thorough preparatory School tor Boys. Con
ducted upon the Military plan. Boys of any
KB admitted. Send for catalogue, terms, etc.
O. BISHOP, Head Master, Reading, Pa*
Read whet the people
fllf coocerniftc the
ability of DrTW"
Eclectnc Oil to caw
nrthmi. catarrh, croup,
colds, etc. Mis. Dora
Koch of Buffalo, says:
M For croup it is dead*
edly efficacious." [Mi*. Jacob Melheor of ICarioa.
Ohio, says the same thing.] S. S. Graves, Akron,
N. Y.. writes: " Had asthma of the wont kind,
took one dose of Thomas' Edoctric Oil aad was
relieved ia a few minutes. Would walk five miles
for this medicine and pay ft a bottle for it." Drug
fiat C. R. HalL GnyviUe. lli. says: " Cured an ul
cerated throat for me in twenty-lour hour*." ** Sat
up in bed and coughed till the clothing was wet
wMI perspiration. My
wife insisted that I us*
The first teaspoonful
niLievsD me." E. H.
Perkins. Creek Centre,
V. YTThomas' Elec
tric Oil k also a Tir-
Tor external applica
tion for rheumatism,
bmises.etc. When visi
ting the druggist, ask
him what he tnowi off
Dr. Thomas' Edoctric
Oil; if ho has boom
long ia th* drug
trade, be sore ho will
speak highly of k.
" My daughter was very bad off os account el
n cold aad pain in her lungs. Dr. Tkmmmf BeUc
trie Oil cured her in tweuiy-feur kemrt. One
of the boys was cured of sore throat. This medi
cine has worked wonders in our family." Alvab
Piackacy, Lake Mohopac, N. Y.
Old in Experience.
We have had thirty years'
experience in manufacturing
Raw Bone Super-Phosphates,
and farmers may depend upon
There is no improvement
or economy of manufacture
suggested by science or ac
complished by skilled expe
rience, that we have not
embodied in producing relia
ble and cheap fertilizers.
It has been shown over
and over again by testimoni
als from reliable farmers, and
by analyses made and pub
lished by State Boards of Ag
ricultuie, that Baugh's $25
Phosphate is a complete and
reliable fertilizer for general
BAUGH ft SONS,
T A TVTTt f Claims a specialty. Warrants
IjAJNDIwrt ADDITIONAL HOME
* STEAD CERTIFICATES and all
kinds of LAND SCRIP bought and sold. SUS
PENDED ENTRIES, LAND, PATENT and
PENSION cases attended to. Correspondence
solioited. A. A. 1 bomaa.Attorney at Law
Boom 25 St. Glondßld K.WMblßKtoa
Swellings, Syphilitic Nodes. Bone Diseaaea, etc.
InTslname in General Debility and diaeaaea of de
bility of the aged. A rich syrup, containing no
Injurious ingredients. No Other Remedy has re,
cured such tmoominms. Sold by all DrucgiaU.