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THURSDAY, JULY 22ND, 1886.
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-—SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL.
—First-class iob work done at the
—A large lot of old newspapers for
sale at this office.
—This town ought to by all means
have a bill board.
—Our townsman, Mr. Barnhart, is
said to have an extra broad grin on his
face. Twius !
—Mr. James Rankin, of Bellefonte,
was iu town yesterday, looking up the
—The sidewalks of town are getting
worse every day. What do our borough
dads propose to do ?
—Mrs. Kauffman, of Fisher's Ferry,
came up on Friday evening's traiu, to
visit her relations in this place.
—Mrs. John Toner, of Beech Creek,
came home last week to pay a yisit to
her parents, Ex Sheriff Musser.
—Always in season— D. S. Kauffman
& Co's new stock of good. Read their
new advertisement on this page.
—For colds, croup, asthma, bronchit
is and sore throat, use Dr. Thomas'
Electric Oil, and get the genuine.
—Dr. J. F. Harter, our dentist,
sports a new shingle, painted by C. W.
Albright. Charley can "toot" it.
—We call special attention to the ar
ticle entitled "The boy next door" on
our out aide. There is lots of common
sense in it.
—Lots of Huckelberries this season
and the mountains are visited daily by
parties gathering them. They sell at 5
cents a quart.
—Mrs. Kurtz, wife of Editor Kurtz,
and Mr. Aaron Harter, of Centre Ilall
paid a short visit to friends in this
place last Saturday.
—The'Seltzer Band of Lock Haven
contemplate going on an excursion to
Penn's Cayes, near Farmer's Mills,
some time this month.
—A. A. Frank had a new ana sub
stantial plank sidewalk constructed in
front of his property on Penn street,
occupied by Dr. Frank.
—Mr. Jacob Sankey,of this place, ad
vertises his yaluable farm, in Tenn
towurhip, for sale. The sale to take
place on the 18th of August.
—Rev. M. I. Jamison, of Clinton
dale,was a caller at this oftise on Tues
day forenoon. He and his wife were
over on a yUit to their friends.
—Everyday brings forth something
new under the sun and the latest is the
discovery of a vast bed of gold-bearing
quartz near Westport, Clinton county.
—When one sees the Impure fats that are
sometimes used m soap-making he is inclined
to doubt the cleansing qualities of the soap,
llreydoppel's Borax Noap is made from
the purest refined tallow, and Is guaranteed
pure and healthful.
—The band has received an invita
tion to attend the Festival of the Re
bersburg band, which is to be held in a
grovemear that town next Saturday a
—Mr. McNeyan, and lady, of New
York city, who have been staying with
landlord Musser, for several weeks, re
turned home on Saturday morning's
—TheGreatZingari Toothache Drops,
for toothache and neuralgia, have no
equal. Only costs 15 cents at anv drug
store. Warranted. Sold by J. Eisen
huth, Millheim, Pa.
—A carload of stone crocUs on the
way. Look out for bargains.
I>. S. KaulTiuan A ('>•
—W. T. Auman expects to leave
Jfillheim for New Berlin in a few days
to teach common school in that town.
-'■ Mr. A. J. lteesman.of Centre Hall,
is about starting for Nebraska and Col
orado, with tho intention of settling in
the latter state.
—The Orphans' Court Sale of the es
tate of Hon. John K. Uunkle deceased,
near Tusseyville, is advertised in an
other column. Tho sale will take place
on the 28th of August.
Mrs. E. Bartholomew and daugh
ters spent the last three weeks at her
parents' home in Nittany llall. Her
father, Mr. Jos. Shufer, brought them
back to this place on Tuesday.
—Baxter's Mandrake Bitters cure in
digestion, heart burn, oostiveness and
all malarial diseases. Twenty-live cts.
per bottle. Sold by J. Spigelmyer and
1). S. Kauffman & Co , Millheiin.
—The Lewisburg University, is now
called "Bucknell University," after
Wm. H. Bucknell, of Philadelphia,
who has given about £tH),OiH) towards
the improvement of the institution.
—Malaria in any of its forms, chills
and fever, congestive chills can be pre
vented or cured by the use of Simmons
Liver Regulator, a purely vegetable
medicine, superior to calomel and qui
—The estate of John G. Weaver,
dee'd, in Clinton Co.,will be offered for
sale by L. B. Stover, Trustee, on Fri
day, August 6t.li. See Orphans' Court
Sale Notice under legal adveitise
—Samuel Frank, executor,advertises
the sale of the real estate of Michael
Frank, dee'd. late of Penn township,
to take place on the premises in Haines
township.about 3 miles east of Aarons
burg, August 12th. See bills.
—lt is stated that of 341 marriages
in Camden, N. J., during the month
of May, 280 were of couples from
Pennsylvania. Shouldn't be surprised
if Pennsylvania ministers would feel
like emigrating to New Jersey.
—G. W. Wolf, of Fiedler, Haines
township, wishes to notify the farmers
that he will run his steam threshing
machine throughout the season in
Penns,Brush ami Sugar Valleys. Per
sons wishing to engage his services
will receive perfect satisfaction.
—We received information of the
death of Mrs. Samuel Sankey wicli oc
curred at San Francisco, Cal. on the
2nd of July. Mrs. Sankey was a
daughter of Jerry Dreisbach, formerly
of Millheim and will be remembered by
—"My phisician said I could not live.
My liver out of order frequently vom
ited greenish mucous,skin yellow,small
dry humors on face, stomach would not
retain food. Burdock Blood Bitteis
cuied me.'' Mrs. Adelaide O'Brien,
372 Exchange St., Buffalo, N. Y.
—We are in receipt of a splendid
crayon portrait of Geo. R. Roberts,
President of the Pennsylvania R. R.
Co., executed by Root & Tinkers, N.
V.. and the compliments of Murphy &
Co , Varnish Markers In that city. It
is an ornament to any library or sanc
—The Pennsylvania Forestry Asso
ciation publishes an eight- page paper,
pamphlet foim, with headquarters at
Philadelphia. Its name is "Forest
Leaves" and it is devoted to the ad
vancement of forestry in this state.
We acknowledge the leccipt of the first
—E. C. Campbell, one of our mer
chants, and W. J. Springer, the senior
barber, put new safes in their places
of business the other week. Several
other firms, among them D. S. Kauff
man & Co.have also received new safe 3.
This looks like prosperity and an end
to hard times.
—Our business men should not for
get that the JOURNAL office turns out
all kinds of business blanks, such
as Letter Heads, Bill Heads, State
ments, Tags, at very reasonable prices
and it. the best mechanisal style. Give
this office a trial before going elsewhere
with your work.
—Mrs.'D. A. Musser, and her son,
Milton, returned safely from then
western visit to T. It. Stam's last Fri
day morning and are very much pleas
ed with their trip. They report Mr.
and Mrs. T. It Stam. as well as Clymer
Musser, in good health and in prosper
NOTICE.—AII persons who have
dealings with us are requested to call
on us and settle their accounts between
this and the first of August, next.
After that date the accounts will be
put in the hands of a collector.
W IIITMER & LINCOLN.
Cobarn, July 15th 1880.
—The old wooden structure, former
ly known as the Evangelical church,
and which was lately purchased at pub
lic sale by Messrs. Elias Lose & Son,
was rolled back last week and now
rests upon its foundations, spanning
Elk Creek. It will make a spacious
and convenient planning mill shop.
—Mr. L. A. Shaffer, one of the can
didates for Prothonotary, was in town
ou Monday, (show day) to talk politics,
&c. Mr. Shaffer is a very pleasant
gentleman with the beet qualifications
for that office and if "straws tell which
way the wind blows" he will hold his
own very well in the race for victory.
—Wo are requested to slate that Mr
S. I). G'ttig will open a subscription
school at Coburn, Pa,, on Monday, In
ly 26th, inst.
—A NEW RKSIDKNTF.U.—The hit
ting of Mr.tieo. 11a/.d,of Mulisonburg,
arrived in town on Tuesday. Mi'. Ha
zel is clerk in .1. Spigohnyor's store and
moved into the tannery house.
—The dog population of Millhcim is
hi males and 1 females. The former
are taxed 2d cents each, tl:e latter sl.
Some ought to be taxed at least £IO.OO
each, for their howling and barking at
—Messrs. John Poster and Elmer
Weaycr, the two Aaronsburg bicyclists
frequently take a "spin" through Mill
heim, and are watched with a great
deal of curiosity as they rido along on
their treacherous steeds.
—Post 20S, (Bierly,) of this place,
numbering about thirty, have purchas
sed (5. A. U. uniforms and in company
wilh our well-uniformed band will cer
tainly make a creditable show at Lew
isburg on the 9th of September.
—Mrs. Lewis Mench,of Aaronsburg,
has tho thanks of the JOURNAL scribe
for a mess of nice cucumbers and to
matoes of this year's growth. The la
dy evidently is a successful gardener
aud knows what poor printers like.
—Mr. A. L. Potter, one of Sol ins
grove's foremost attorney's, accompan
ied by bis wife and mother, arrived in
town on Friday evening and stayed
wilh Jacob San key's, on Main street
over night. On Saturday morning they
continued their drive to Nittany Val
ley, to visit relatives there.
—1). S. Kauffman & Co. are having
a new and first-class stone crossing
built in front of their store uii Main
street. John llhoad, that excellent
mason, does the work. This crossing
is a much needed improvement, as all
those who have occasion to cross tho
street in rainy weather will attest.
CHEERING WORDS.— Mr. C. J Bur
kert, of Springfield, 0., in renewing his
subscription adds t lie following words
of praise for the JOURNAL : "We who
were formerly from the valleys of Cen
tral Pennsylvania and are now scatter
ed through the West, highly appreciate
the JOURNAL. It is newsy and fully
abreast with the local papers east or
west. The neighborhood correspond
ence is an acceptable feature."
—Post 52 (Tucker) has sent invita
tions to over 100 Posts to be here on
the 9th Sept. Hope all will accept.—
As far as we know nearly all the I
posts in Centre county are arranging (
to attend the reunion at Lo wishing
and the Lieut. W. W. Bierly Post,
of this place, has extended an invita
tion to the Millheim Band to acoin
pany them. It will be a red-letter day
for the "boys in blue."
Last Wednesday night about 1 o'-
clock, part of the northern wall of the
brick kiln aboye town suddenly gave
away and Mr. Armstrong, one of the
hands working on the yard, was severe
ly turned about the head by the hot
brick falling upon him. lie was lying
in a hammock, which was fastened
near the kiln, at the time, asleep, and
entirely unconscious of impending dan
ger. Ilis wouuds were dressed and we
are glad to say will have no serious re
sults. Mr. Stewart, headboss, is una
ble to account for the break.
—Candidates seem to travel with or
after the shows,at least illookedjso Mon
day. Several gentlemen with aspira
tions after office were in town on that
day to take advantage of the gathering
and talk to as many voters as possible.
Not the least among them was J. L.
Spangler, Esq., of Bellefonte, candi
date for Congress. Another was Mr.
Aaron Williams, whose card, stating
his case, appears in the first column of
our second page and who, if nominated
will draw the solid vote of the county's
democracy for prothonotary.
—Last week's Clinton Democrat con
tains the following item :
From Mr. Walker.
S. E. Walker, of Nittany Valley, and
husband of the lady who died from the
effects of injuries inflicted by a bull
tramping her, writes and says the pub
lished reports of the terrible affair were
misstated in some particulars. Mr.
Walker's version is, substantially, the
bull did not chase the woman, but,
hearing her coming behind him, and
being blind of one eye,was startled and
turiud quickly, knocking Mrs. Walker
down. It was then that the animal
pawed her, inflicting the injuries which
proved fatal. 11(3 says that the bull
was not a cross or vicious animal but
as docile as a cow. Mrs. Walker died
peacefully and her death is much re
gretted by all who knew her.
[Centre county papers please copy. [
This, of course, vindicates the bull,
but it does not change the sad result a
—Main's Circus, which had been ex
hibiting at Rebersburer, last Saturday
evening, and was well attended there,
came to this town on Sunday morning
and took possession of the grounds,
they had rented back of Penn street.
Our people residing in that neighbor
hood all agree in the opinion that the
show people conducted themselves very
quietly and decorously during their
stay. On Monday morning the big
canvass tent was erected and very
soon a crowd gathered to await the
events of the day. At noon the town
was fairly filled with people, and the
free exhibition and parade was witness
ed by nearly everybody that could be
on hand. Both the afternoon and
eyening exhibitions were taken in by
large crowds of people and most of
them pronounced the' performances
very good and fully worth the low price
A new lot, of Ileal Manchester
Chainbray Ginghams, all shades, just
received at KaulTiinui's store. They sire
beauties. (Jo suul see.
—Amammotli timothy stalk tunas
tiling < feet 7 inches was brought to
th is ollice by Mr. Geo. l'eters yester
day. ll grew on his land north of town.
—There will he a meeting of Centre
county Pomona Grange at Centre Hall,
Tuesday, Aug. •'. -Hvi. A. K ICI.LKI;,
J. C. GH.LII.AND, Master.
—An interesting article from the
PhiladelphiaVVm ton' i 'anailaThistles*
appears on our second page. Since
that obnoxious weed is allowed to grow
freely along our highways and in some
of the fields, soino persons may profit
by reading the piece.
—The personal property of the Lewis
burg planing mill was sold at sheriff's
sale last Saturday for $;50.70. The
machinery, fixtures and some lumber
were bought by Messrs. C. 11. llassen
plug, A. 11. Dill and J. 11. Kicainer
and the mill will be in operation right
NOT EN'OUOU WITH ONK.-WO see
by our Union county exchanges that
la other Foot e,of the Millliuburg Tinier,
has taken charge of a paper in Ber
wick, Columbia county, which he is
sues besides the Times. He divides
the week between Milllinbuig and Ber
wick and must ba as busy as a beaver.
But no difference, as long as it pays.
—Key. W. 11. Diven, of Salona,spent
Saturday and Sunday with friends here
and at Aaronsburg, and on Sunday
evening tilled UJV. Dciizler's pulpit in
the Lutheran church of this place,
lie took his text from Matt. XXil: 11:
12.1.) and gave his hearers a very inter
esting discourse, llev. Divon's ser
mons are general.y to tho point and are
full of instruction and admonition.
CHUIICII FESTIVAL.— The members
of the Lutheran church of Aaronsburg
have decided to hold an appropriate
church festival in this the 100 th anni
versary of the "burg of Aaron Levy"
on Saturday, the 14th of August, next.
The festival will bo held on the lawn
near the Lutheran church. The ar
rangements are at present incomplete,
but the exercises will be suitable to the
time and occasion. The public is cor
dially invited to attend.
AN sIS,00) Finn AT IIOWAHD.
Last Thursday afternoon the large
four-story brick ilouring mill at How
ard, this county,ovvnid by W. 11. Long
& Co., caught fire and was totally de
stroyed. The loss is estimated at $lB.-
00 h with no insurance. The fire is
said to have been caused by friction of
the machinery and as the borough is
without any ffro apparatus gained rapid
headway and in an hour and a half the
building was in ruins. The adjoining
stable and other buildings were saved.
DEATH OF AN ESTIMAIILK OLD LV
OV. — M rs. Emanuel Ettii ger, whose
protracted illness and expected death
s mentioned in this week's Aarons
burg correspondence, died at her resi
dence at Aaronsburg yesterday | Wednes
day] morning at a very advanced age.
As the news reached us but shortly be
fore we wont to press we are unable to
publish her obituary in this issue. The
funeral will take place on Friday fore
noon. ltev. Deitzler being on the sick
list Key. John Tomlinson, of Abbotts
town, lias been telegraphed for to con
duct the obsequies.
—Co!. J. W. Xorris, of Philadelphia,
the republican candidate for Auditor
General, spent a few hours in town
last Monday, when we had a pleasant
talk with the gentleman, during which
he remarked that lie is in need of a good
rest, and not being able to find it at
the watering places and larger summer
resorts, lie chose the quiet town of
Aaronsburg, where the surrounding
mountains and hills shut out the busy
and restless world. Col. Norris is a
very sociable gentleman and a free con
versationist. Upon his arrival at
Aaronsburg last Saturday lie was ser
enaded by our band in the evening, but
feeling indisposed could not leave bis
room and the boys returned somewhat
SERIOUS ACCIDENT.- J/r. James
Witmyer, residing in what is called
"Frogtown," a mile northeast of Mill
heim, while working at the new still
house at Coburn was seriously injured
on Tuesday forenoon, lie was rolling
a log from the mountain and while
thus engaged his hold on the cant-hook
slipped, and the heavy leaver threw
him about 15 feet into the air. lie land
ed in the creek on his head, receiving
several deep gashes and painful inter
nal injuries. Dr. Frank who was called
to attend the unfortunate man, says
that his injuries may disable him for
work for several weeks. Mv. Witmyer
is a hard-working man with a family,
who have the sympathy of the commu
nity in this trouble.
—Last week's Sunbury Democrat
came out with a newspaper cut repre
senting Rev. S. G. Shannon, tlie Luth
eran pastor of that city. Right under
the picture it publishes a short biogra
phy, winding up with the following
eulogistic sentences :
Mr. Shannon is a preacher of great
force and a splendid pastor. He is
also very popular with all our citi
zens without regard to denomina
tion. The great work of building a
new church has been inaugurated un
der his pastorate, and if energy and
push amounts to anything it will soon
be built. A pleasant man in social in
tercourse, loved by his people, and re
spected by the entire community, no
man stands higher in Sunbury than
Rey S. G. Shannon.
As Rev. Shannou is known by near
ly all our readers, and many of them
are his personal friends,the above para
graph will be read with interest and
pleasure and they will readily join
the writer in his wishing the gentle
man "Godspeed," in his high and re
AN OKNAMKNT.—II there is one
thing thiil speaks well for a town it is
si well-re jnlatod cemetery .covered with
lino tombstones, which give evidence
that the community pays duo respect
to the memory of departed fiionds.
Fairview cemetery was adorned last
week with another very attractive mon
ument, which marks the last resting
place of some of the members of B. ().
This family monument is composed
of four pieces of different, marble of the
following dimensions : Base, Suther
land Falls .1/arhle, it ft. I in. square
and 1 ft - inches high; Sub Base,Whit
ney J/arble, 1 It K inches square and K
inches high ; Die, Tennessee Marble
(dark) 1 ft 2 inches square and .'5 ft I
inches high; Urn, Whitney Marble, 10
inches in diameter and 1 foot S inches
high. The total height of the monu
ment. is 0 feet and 10 inches, of beauti
ful Gothic design and excellent work
mausnip. Messrs. Musser .V Alexan
der of this place, erected this artistic
piece of work and the purchaser as well
as the manufacturers may justly feel
proud of it. It is without a question
the linest monument ever erected by
our marble men.
Neigh boring News.
The rain last week brought a number
of fishermen here to spend the night
Candidates arc now almost as thick
as Hies. There are several applicants
from this section for the position of
storekeeper at the new distillery here.
It is hard to say who will turn up best
as they are all good solid democrats.
W. 11. Kremer purchased a family
horse the other day and Ins boys receiv
ed a team of goats as a present from
some friend in Schuylkill Co.
Mr. J. Frank Torbert, of Williams
port, and Judge Whitiuer, of Sunlury,
spent several days in town last week.
Col. .T. Wilson Noiris, candidate for
Auditor General and his family got off
the train hero Saturday eve and took
the hack for Aaronsburg where they
intend spending time for rest
and recreation at the hotel of Andy
F. P. Baiker wishes to dispose of his
property on account of his poor health.
This would he a good opening for some
Mr. W. W. Kremer, of Emporia,
Kansas, after spending several weeks
in our village haves for his western
home to-uiorrow, Tuesday forenoon,
leaving his wife and daughter here to
spend the summer.
We noticed a communication in the
Keystone Gazette, of Bellefonte, writ
ten by the Millheim correspondent,
which i elects on our generosity and is a
slur on our village. There is not much
use in saying anything in reply to such
a tlimsy item. It is true, as we are in
foimed. the promoters of the festival
did ask the Millheim citizens for aid,
which was generously given, as it
should have been, as Millheim has fro
quently called on our cit'zens for aid in
getting up festivals. As for treating
the Mi llheim Comet Band to two dish
es of cream in the dusty road, is saying
what is not true as the band weie ask
ed to come here and liven things up
with some music and they kindly con-
Muled to come and we Know that they
were to be well treated and think they
were. This was tlie second visit of the
hand to our village in a short time and
we think they were well taken care of
both times and do not think the writer
of the article was a member of the
band. How is it, Mr. Editor, you
were with the baud botli times whoa
here, what do you think of their treat
ment ? We would not be sui prised if
the crank who wrote the item was one
of the smart chaps wha were here at
tending the fostival and eat themselves
chwck fullof c ike and Ice cream and
then quietly slid out and left without
paying for it. VALE.
Dear Vale, don't talk, it isn't worth
while to spend the wind over all that is
in the item or in the writer of the
same. If anybody is slured at all it is
correspondent in the Gazette.- JSd.
Miss Polly Thomas has returned
from her visit to Dakota.
Prof. Chas. Stover oF the Franklin
and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pa.,
occupied Rev. Yearick's pulpit on last
Main's show at Milliicim had quite a
liberal patronage from our town and
east Penns Valley.
On last Sunday evening the light
ning struck a wheat shock in Mr. Wra.
Stover's lield,on the hill south of town,
and the entire shock was burned to
llow about that rooster, bays ? Y'ou
had better keep quiet and let good
enough alone. It was a very unbe
coming act for young men of your age
A few farmers at Fiedler had a
meeting to adopt a fixed price for har
vest bauds. Some agreed to pay >l.O )
per day, others 75 cents and some even
had the audacity to offer only 50 cts.
per day. Self binders don't always
work,especially if you don't know how.
At this writing Mrs. Emanuel Et
tinger's condition is very hopeless.
Her children have all been summon
ed to her bedside. Her death is mo
Aaronsburg has quite a large num
ber of visitors at present. Col. Jas.
P. Coburn and Mrs. Eva Rogers are
conjointly entertainiug a number of
their relatives from Clearlield county
and others from the East, while Col.
Norris and family, from Philadelphia,
put up with Andy Imrael, but for rea
sons unknown to your correspondent
moved their quarters to Em'). Crone
millers. What's got over you, Andy.
William Kreamer and wife, from
Emporia, Kansas, were seen in town
on last Saturday. N. W. Cronmiller,
from Bellefonte, paid us a short, but
friendly visit, and Mrs. J. W, Rus
sell and her daughter Iva, from Lew
isburg are the guests of Thos.Harpers.
Pure air and pure water conspire to
make our town attractive.
Rev. Diven, from Salona, was tho
honored guest of Rey. lveityler during
the close of last and boginniog of this
week. It was expected the visiting
minister would preach for the Luth
erans in this place on last Sabbath,
especially since they are not having
any services for two successive Suu
ATTENTION FARMERS.— The thiesh
ing He us on is approaHting and the whir*
lie of the Hteam thresher will soon ho
heard thioughout the country. Farm
ers should know whom to get in order
to have their work done right. I am
prepared to answer the first call and
wi >1 m deayor to accommodate all my
old customers, and as many new ones
as may see lit to employ my services.
Prof. Itaney, the well-known champ
ion thresher and hii son, will have
charge of my machine, and they will
call on you in good season. Do not
pi utilise your threshing to anybody be
fore you have seen the professor. My
terms will be very liberal.
11. O. DUCK.
List Friday J. 11. liibby, one of our
accomodating landlords took some of
his guests to the mountains, south of
this place in atpiing wagon to show
them the hue scanery and also to gath-'
er huckleberries. After they had ar
rived there lie hitched his ponies to a
tree and piloted liis friends through
the woods, leaving the ponies at their
place. When he returned he was sur
prised to see that one of the ponies had
torn the rope and was gone. He made
a diligent search at once which he con
tinued the next day but the lost could
not be found. He lias been on a hunt
up to this waiting (Tuesday) but with
no success. It is feared that some one
stole the animal and had cut the rope
to leave the impression that the pony
had torn loose and ran away.
On Monday morning as the colored
porter, who drives the hack from and
to the depot for the Sbafer House, was
turning his team at the depot, a small
dog frightened the horses and a broken
axle was the result of it. Dut no one
The band festival on Saturday was a
grand success. The Logan Ilose Com
pany from Bellefonle was here in full
uniform. The Zion band furnished
the music which was excellent and
shows that the members of that baud
are men of energy coupled with musi
cal talent. The candidates for various
oflices were on the ground looking up
their interest and their friends. We
understand that the proceeds amounted
to about SIGO.
Miss Sue I). Miller is visiting friends
in Tyrone, Fa. She expects to be ab
sent about a month.
T. B. Jamison has gone to Millers
burg, where he intends to sell fruit and
Messrs. Dale and Underwood have
the contract for building the new
W. A. Brown is off to Ilarrisbnrg on
Prof. Ilosterman will open his select
school next Mou day. The present in
dications are that he will have a large
Michael Grenoble who has been ser
iously ill for some time is on a fair way
Krumrine & Bro. expect to rebuild
their shingle mill which was recently
destroyed by Are.
The farmers are about done hauling
Mr. Calvin liunkle, of Spring Mills,
commenced his subscription school in
town 011 Monday morning.
William Bierly, Emanuel Hazel, Geo.
Yearick and Lewis Wolf shouldered
their satchels on Monday morning and
started for Hebersburg,where they will
attend Prof. Gramly's school.
George Hazel moved to Millheim on
last Tuesday, where he will clerk for J.
Mrs. Shaw and son, of Clearfle'd, are
the guests of Dr. Lee.
The crops are successfully housed and the busiest
time of the season past and, while we have reason to be
grateful for an abundant harvest, we must also turn our
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