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TnURSDAY, SETT. 2ND, 1886,
Published by R. A. BUMILLER.
Democratic County Committer—lßSo.
( N. W „..L. A. Shaffer.
Bellefonte < 8. W. Jacob Runkle.
f W. W William Harper.
Centre Hall Dr. J. F. Alexander.
Howard Abe Weber.
Mllesburg - K. A. Carr.
Millheim D. L. Zorbv.
11st W W. H. Sand ford.
Philipsburg <2d W. Henry Lehman.
I3d W W. C. Dingle.
Unionville P. J. McDonald.
Benner Twp.. William lshler.
Bogga 44 E. P Henry L. Barnhart.
44 44 W. P -.Col. James F. Weaver.
Rurnside Twp -William Hippie.
College 44 - Daniel Grove, Jr.
Curtin 44 —Henry Confer.
Ferguson " K. P John McCormick.
n 44 W.P L.W.Walker.
Gregg 44 N. P John Rossman.
44 44 S. T- John P. Condo.
Haines 44 K. P John J. Orndorf.
- W.P Jacob Wile.
Half Moon 44 - A. T. Gray.
Harris 44 ... . James W. Swabb.
Howara 44 Michael Confer.
Huston 44 -Charles Murray.
Liberty 44 .. —J. I. Delong.
Marion 44 -...John lshler.
Miles 44 Reuben Kreamer.
Button 44 Geo. W. Behrs.
Penn 44 Samuel Ard.
Potter 44 N.P James A. Keller.
44 44 S. P K. B. Hosterman.
Rush 44 S. P.—.. Hugh McCaun.
44 N. P Orrln Vail.
Snow Shoe 44 K. P Thomas McCann.
44 44 W.P Pat Kelley.
Spring 44 Amos Gar brick.
Taylor 44 „ Vinton Beck with.
Union 44 John H. Stover.
Walker 44 .............. Samuel Decker.
Worth 44 W.G.Morrison.
L. A. SHAFFER. ADAM HOY.
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Democratic State Tioket.
CHAUNCEY F. BLACK, of York.
R. BRUCK RICKKTTS, of Luzerne.
WILLIAM J. BRENNEN, of Allegheny.
For Secretary of Internal Affairs—
J. SIMPSON AFRICA, of Huntingdon.
MAXWELL STEVENSON, of Philadel.
Democratic Oounty Tioket.
i Jons A. WOODWARD,
Representative* LEONARD RHONE.
Rrothonotary—L. A. SHAFFFK.
District Attorney—J. CALVIN METER.
Omffress— HON. A. G. CURTIN, subject to the
dieision of the congressional district con
SENATE— Ho*. P. GRAT MEEK, subject to the de
cision of the senatorial district convention.
REPUBLICANS look as black as BLACK
can be since the Democratic state con
CONG RESSMAN Ermentrout was re
nominated for congress in the demo
cratic convention of Berks county on
NORTHUMBERLAND county democrats
met in convention last Monday and
nominated James McDevitt, ot Sun
bury , for Congress , William Dean
and T. H. Deckert for the Legisla
THE idea of spending six months in
the penitentiary for jumping from the
Brooklin bridge into the river will
likely have the effect of stopping that
foolhardiness and lessen the number
of ambitious cranks.
THE Grangers Inter-State picnic at
William's Grove was formally open
ed on Tuesday by Hon. Leonard
Rhone, Worthy Master of the State
Grange and Rev. James Calder, D.
D., Worthy State Lecturer, in the
presence of 10,000 people.
STATE Superintendent Higbee will
have a cool reception on his return
from the west. Thirty specifications
of wrong doing in connection with
the Soldiers Orphans schools are filed
egainst him and his arrest will take
place as soon as he gets home. Truly
4 'tbe way of the transgressor is hard."
WASHINGTON city had a scare on
Tuesday in the shape of an earth
quake shock. Meetings which were
in progress in different parts of the
city were broken up in consequence of
the shaking buildings. The shock
was felt in many south western cities
but so far no damage was reported be
yond the cracking of walls and top
pling of chimneys.
CHAIRMAN W. U. Hensel has open
ed the headquarters of the Democrat
ic State Committee at rooms 7 and 9
of the Girard House, Philadelphia, the
historic quarters whereCurtin's victor
ious campaign of 1860 and Pattison's
of 1882 were organized. He will
be assisted by Capt. Wm. McClelland,
who was chairman of the committee
in 1876 and 1877 ; secretary in 1878
and 1880, and who has a very wide
acquaintance with the Democratic poli
tics ; by P. Gray Meek, secretary for
the past four years and a veteran cam*
paigner, and by E. P. Kisner, who
has seen many years' service in the
State Committee rooms. These gen
tlemen represent respectively the
western, central and northeastern
sections of the State.
THE Prohibition convention which
met at Harrisburg on Wednesday of
last week was large and enthusiastic.
Nearly all their delegates were in their
seats and the exercises were opened
by singing and prayer. The first in
order was the lifting of a contribution
of SIO,OOO for a campaign fund, to
carry on the campaign work and
thoroughly organize the state. The j
contributions were called by counties
and resulted in subscriptions anion til
ing to $6,319 besides about $2 000
worth of temperance literature for
campaign purposes. After some strong
addresses in favor of the prohibition
cause and more singing the convention
adjourned until 2 o'clock in the after
noon. When the chair called the con
vention to order in the afternoon ses
sion 658 delegates were present. The
chairman of the committee on resolu
tions reported the platform which was
unanimously adopted. The nomina
tion of candidates on the state ticket
being in order Hon. Charles S. Wolfe,
of Union county, was named for gov
ernor and he was nominated by ac
clamation amid cheering and the wild
est applause. His colleagues on the
ticket are A. A. Barker, of Cambria,
for Lieutenant-Governor, Charles S.
Hawley, of Lackawanna, for Auditor
General, Hon. John X. Emery, of
Lawrence county for Secretary of In
ternal Affairs, and Key. John M.
Palmer, (colored) of Pittsburg, for
Congressman-at-large. All these can
didates were nominated by ncclama
tion and delivered short addresses
which were listened to with great in
terest. The convention closed by
singing the long meter doxology.
1 he Democratic campaign book, pre
pared under the auspices of the Demo*
cratic Executive Committee, is now in
the hands of the printer, and will soon
be ready for distribution. The commit
tee has not resorted to the Republican
methods of levying assessments upon
officeholders for their campaign expens
es, nor has any officeholder in the Unit
ed States been requested to contribute
a cent. Such contributions have in no
case been received. The book will con
tain a spicy review of the past adminis
tration of the Government under Re
publican rule, and will discuss a num
ber of subjects of contemporaneous im
portance. It will contain an exhaust
ive history of former abuses of the pen
sion office and of the prostitution to
party ends of this bureau, which was
organized for the dispensation of the
people's money to the people's soldiery.
It will contain a discussion of the
squandering of tlie public domain by
the Republican party, and of the recent
movements inaugurated by Democrats
to restore it to the original owners, the
people. It will discuss the Civil Ser
vice as abused heretofore and as admin
istered by President Cleveland. It will
contain valuable matter touching the
administration of the Land Ofiice and
the conduct of the Indian affiirs. It
will be valuable in tlie discussion of
labor problems, containing a chapter
on that subject and on the recent legis
lation affecting it. It will discuss past
delinquencies of responsible officers and
agents of the Government, and indicate
the correction of abuses in that line.
It will contain a summary of the ac
tion of the last Congress touching mat
ters of importance to the people, and
make a fair exhibit of the results ac
complished. It will give a history of
the war on the President by the Senate
and the surrender by that body of the
false issue which it had raised for polit
ical ends. In short, the book will be a
fair and truthful presentation of politi
cal matters. The committee is not in
possession of funds to enable it to dis
tribute the book gratuitously. In order
that the yolsine may be thoroughly dis
tributed the committee has determined
to send it prepaid by mail to any person
who will make application Lheiefor and
transmit the sum of sl. To encourage
the distribution eight copies will be
sent for $5.
All communications should be ad
dressed to Hon. John E. Kenna, Chair
man ,1408 fl street, X. W. Washington,
1 Miscellaneous News.
Looks Like a Boom in Business.
General Manager McCrea, of the
Pennsylvania Company's lines west of
this city, says the Pittsburg Dispatch,
was asked what he thought of the
freight traffic this summer. Ilis reply
was that it was immense and certainly
is a good indication of tho amount of
general business done. In order to
remedy the great scarcity of freight
cars the company has just closed con
tracts for the immediate manufacture
of 6000 cars for all kinds of traffic.
IN TIME OF PEACE PREPARE FOR
PEACE. —Changes of climate, diet and
water, ofttimes atmospheric changes a
lone, will subject some member of the
family to cholera morbus, dysentery,
&c., when that wail of misery in the
"wee sma' hours of the night" an
nounce the fact, and you are sent from
your comfortable bed across lots or
down back alleys for a doctor, 'twould
be a good tjipe to reflect that had you
only secured a bottle of Curtis' Carmel
ite Cordial in time, you could will: a
few drops have headed off the attack,
saved a doctor's bill, and secured a
peaceful night's rest. Dissatisfied pur
chasers can have their money refunded.
JOHNS TON, 110 LL OWA Y A CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
The Chicago police made a raid on
an anarchist's nest on last Sunday and
ariested three foreigners, all Germans,
in a cooper shop, belonging to one of
them. Upon closer investigation a reg
ular arsenal was discovered hid away
in the ceiling in the shape of a closet
filled with all kinds of firearms. When
Juhl.Kloth and Battel wero asked to
account for the presence of this lot of
arras they had no explanation to offer.
Klotli openly avowed that he was au
anarchist and for that reason had to
flee from Berlin.
Attaokod by a Maniac.
FRKKPORT, 111., Aug. 27.—Charles
Lashelle, who is confined in the Carroll
County Jail at Mt. Cairoll, for the
murder of Patrick Kt-ddingtnn, a night
watchman at Shannon, a few months
ago, was ferociously attacked yesterday
by an insane man named Francis F.
Mayer, and nearly killed. The two
men wcie occupying the same cell in
the jail, but Mayer's hands had been
bound by iron shackles, which in some
manner lie slipped. Just bet are the
attack Mayer was reading the Bible.
He suddenly stopped before Lashelle,
exclaiming : "You are a inuiderer
and must die,"struck him with a club,
felling him to the door, and followed
the fiisi up with several more blows.
Lashelle's skull was fractured and sev
eral of his tibs and one arm were bro
ken. The physicians say that bis case
is critical, with the chances against re
covery. He was to have been tried for
the lteddington murder at the coming
—Jas. It. Irwin, druggist, Curwuis
ville, Pa., writes :
•J. A. McDonald, KAU Sin Send
us j gross of your Worm Powders—they
give good satisfaction to our tiade.
Professionally, I always recommend
them, as I consider they embody to the
utmost the principal and most desirable
points in a vermifuge—smallness •(
dose, easiness to take, compactness and
eligance, while our steadily increasing
sales attest their value as a worm de
stroyer and the satisfaction they give
Dissatisfied purchasers can have their
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW A Y0 CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth. Millheim.Pa.
A Long Walk.
On or about June Ist, David Cassidy,
of Catasaugua, Pa., started to walk to
Missouri to secure evidence lor the
prosecution of his claim for a pension,
and in the meantime placed bis wife
and children in the Lehigh county Poor
House. A letter received from him
last week says that he succeeded in get
ting the necessary atlidavit at Wakenda,
210 miles west of St. Louis, and the
atlidavit accompanied the letter. Alder
man Shock, of Allentown, has forward
ed it to the Pension Ofiice at Washing
ton and says the atlidavit is sufficient
to procure a pension for Cassidy of
| SISOO. Cassidy writes that bv forced
mcrelies lie will reach home by Oct. 1.
—For habitual constipation, billions,
ness, sick headache,torpidity of the liv
er, congestion of the kidneys, malaria
and all complications arising from a de
generated condition of the bowels, liver
or kidneys. McDonald's Improved lov
er Pills can be depended upon for eer
i tain and permanent relief ; as a dinner
I i: 11. gentle cathartic and safe aperient,
; they arc without an equal Many emi
i nent physicians use them in their daily
practice. Money refunded to dissatis.
i tied purchasers.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW A Y A CO.,
Sold bv J. Eisenhuth. Millheim, Pa.
Death in a Mine.
An explosion of gas occurred in the
Fairlawn colliery, near Scranton, Pa.,
resulting in the death of six men and
seriously injuring a number of others.
At the time of the explosion no men
were employed in the mine, but a small
party had gone in to clean up their
chambers. A rescuing party at once
entered the mine who after slow and
tedious work found three of the party
who had entered the mine before the ac
cident dead and the other three alive.
The latter however died soon afte they
were brought to the surface. The men
had naked lights by which it is suppos
ed they ignited the gas.
MULTUM IX PARVO. —McDonald's
Great Flood Purifier or Sarsaparilla Al
terative is the most highly concent rat
ed. most harmoniously and skilfully
combined of all the blood medicines of
fered h> the public. Many certificates
from well-known and worthy persons
could be furnished to substantiate the
virtues claimed for this great medicine,
but the manufacturer prefers simply to
say any purchaser feeling the benefit
dtrived from the use of a bottle not
equivalent to the seventy-five cents in
vested in the purchase can have their
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW A Y A CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth. Millheim, Pa.
Voice Restored by Electricity.
HUNTINGDON, Pa., Aug. 30.—Sam'L
S. Harrison, a leading citizen of Pen
field, Houston township, has within
the past week recovered his voice, of
which he has been deprived for 19 years,
lie lost his speech by going into the
water when his blood was overheated.
About three years ago he sustained a
severe injury to his arm, and since then
lias suffered intense pain in that mem
ber. A relief from this pain he found
in taking a shock, as he terms it, bv
placing his hand on a large belt in his
mill. The other evening he again re
sorted to the belt foi relief and, experi
encing a greater shock than ever before,
he was agreeably astonished to find
that his voice had returned. He attri
butes its recovery solely to the electric
shock produced by the revolving belt.
—DARHYS PROPHYLACTIC FLUID
gives prompt and permanent relief in
burns, scalds, chilblains, venomous
stings or bites, cuts and wounds of
It is invaluable in scarlet fever, diph
theria, small-pox, cho'era, yellow,
typhus, typhoid and other fevers.
For sickrooms,to prevent the spread
of contagion, it is the best disinfectant
Hon. Alex. 11. Stephens, of Ga.
Darbys Prophylactic Fluid is an
article of little cost, but great value.
Its domestic as well as medicinal uses
are numerous while its specialities are
most wonderful. No head of a family
should ever be without it.
Daring Foal of a Bicyclist.
WASHINGTON, I>. August 29.
Mr. N. T. Robertson, the well-known
bicyclist of this city, and two friends
went to Cabin John bridge to ascertain
the truth of the story published a day
or two ago of the riding of a bicycle a
cross that bridge on the coping. After
careful inquiry they found that the
story was a hoax originating in a joke.
Mr. Robertson tlieieupon determined
to be the one to accomplish the feat.
The coping is a wall of dt>(> feet long
withall.it top 1") inches wide and a
height on the left of about three feet a
boye the roadway of the bridge and on
the right at the middle of about 12")
left above the reeky gorge below. Mr. ;
Robertson placed his bicycle upon tlie
coping, where il was held by one of bis
companions until lie bad mounted, lie
then started on his perilous trin Mov
ing slowly in an almost straight hue ho
proceeded steadily t* > the middle of the |
bridge, where lor an instant he swayed
slightly toward the outside,but quickly i
leeovered and went on. On nearing j
the further end he tipped 11is little
whee' up, and with a short ride on one
wheel dismounted backward safely,hav
ing crossed in three minutes.
—Wltli \otir next order to your jrro.vr. end
for a sample pound oi IM-eyUoppel's lioriix 1
Soup. You Will find ll lo be I! i> • be si ami elu .i|t j
eslsi.ap you ever us d. ll i ii id l>. Hie best
families "in I'o-to.i, New v„rk, I'lula.lelpbia,
r.altiumi .• and Wa-l;iugnui.
Lightning Strikes A Powder
CiucAfio, 111., Aug. 29.—A severe
shock like that of an earthquake v:as
felt in every portion of the city this
morning. The cause was the ixplosion
of the Ratlin A: Rand Powder Compa
ny's magazine on the Archer road, near
the McCormiek Reaper Works. It is
supposed that a bolt ol lightning struck
the magazine, and the concussion set
off tin* dynamite and the gunpowder
stored there. The shock caved in the
two magazines of the Oriental Powder
Company, and those belonging to the
Warren Powder Company, tie Hazard,
the Dupont and the l'oreite dynamite
storehouse. The .Etna, which stood
about three-quarters of a mile distant.
was unharmed. The Ratlin A Ram!
Company's magazine was the only one
which exploded. The bouse of John
(iuliJ, a driver for the Oriental Powder
Company, was flattened out upon the
ground a mass of kindling wood, (iuhl
and his wife were fatally injured, and
Carrie Ernwurth, their servant girl,
was instantly killed. The residence of
Mrs. Revine was demolished in the
same way. Mis. Revine luuf her leg
broken and her body bruised, but suf
fered no other injury. S ie was draggi d
out ftoui under the ragged heap of
splinters and taken to the hospital. A
farmer, whose name could not be learn
ed, was driving past toward the city
when the explosion occurred. llis
skull was fractured and his back badly
lacerated by blocks ot stone. He can
not live. The horse he was driving was
instantly killed and the wagon smashed
to pieces. The whole side of Justice
Michael Terncy's house, near the Ori
ental magazine, was lipped off and the
roof caved in, but none of the house
hold were injun d. Little Tom Terntv,
9 years old, was lifted bodily from the
stoop and landed on the out house, a
bout ten feet from the dwelling. The
out-house collapsed, but the boy came
out unhurt. Several people received
slight wounds from falling stone, and a
number of barns were riddled.
The scene of the disaster was crowd
ed with people this afternoon. Where
the Ratlin & Rand Powder Works had
stood was a deep hole in the clay in
which not a vistage of the building re
mained. Over the prairie for half a
mile were scattered bits of stone and
shyers from the roof timbers. A block
of stone, said to weigh nearly 10
pounds, went through the wall of the
Grand Trunk round-house, about a
mile north, and another dropped
through the roof, smashing in the cab
of an engine. The Chicago and Alton
round-house, nearly a mile northeast,
was riddled with small fragments, and
every window smashed to pieces. John
Shannon, aged lc, and Willie and Ran
Kelly Jads of about the same age,found
a can of block powder on the prairie a
bout three-fourths of a mile from the
explosion. It was still hot, and they
had a curiosity to know its contents.
They pried it open and the powder ex
ploded, scorching them severely about
the face and hands. They may lose
their sight on account of their burns.
Throughout the southern and west*
ern portions of the city many thousand
dollars damage was done by the explo
sion. Plate-glass windows all along
State and Ilalstead streets, and on
Clark, Madison ;\nd several other
streets, fully six miles distant, were de
LEGJIL JIDVEU TISEMEJVTS
HAY.—Came to the residence of the sub
'j seriber in Cregg township, alnut .July 15,
lss<;. four shouts,about eight months old,with a
notch cut in each ear. One of them is black
spotted, the other three are pure white. The
owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges and take them awav,
otherwise they will be disposed of according to
law. JI. 11. UACIIAU.
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I J-\ I I wood pulp—not, paper—
*—*——■——' j without scam, no hoops, no
! taste, no em ell, < T.KAN,
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IIIUUUUUUIUUIU, ug& Manufactured hy
PFRi-Fl T OSH IXiO, N. Y.
1 Ski 1S bLyII b Ask your grocer for them.
lIfiHTV nil >• A. nu I.ER, Klmira,
sua* *l.l 3 Fj Hy? n. Y.President of the El
¥? mira School ol* com- fti'Ui * T PUW
tnci-cc and ALI-K.V MlJijl A Ei3il
iYiS S WJiM torn eataloimw of the I.eatlitis?
< "Uuhuilj ihainesN Training- Insti*
tutioa of America, tiold Prize SSO.
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TAYtiIEPSIA.-Its Nature, Causes, Fre-
JL/vention and Cure. By John 11. McAlvin,
Lowell, Mass., fourteen years Tax Collector.
Sept free to any address. JlMt
fxi'eat tiiiei Special Bargains
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FISHING TACKLE and SPORTSMEN'S MATERIAL,
96 Market St. Sunbury, Penna.
These Guns are Special Bargains and will be sold at
extremely low prices, as follows :
Tf-Tov Ofi'A-O Marked Parker <S Co., wif h latent button fore end, extension rib, bar locks, choke bore, lop action, pistol
un o. ouu.
Ki ip, rebounding liamiiu-rs rubber butt, hamUomely engraved, with beautiful stock. A jierfect beauty and
hard shooter. T'-j to 1< B>, Kor li guiie**. I'rlce *2v'.uo
Gl IVT 1 Top snaj) action, cxteusion lib bar, rebounding locks, pistol prlp, patent fore end, engraved looks and
rllll 0. X 6 vO. it , untings, jiolished hard walnut stock, tine twist barrels, a very complete gun 7to 10ft, 10, 12 16
gunge. I'rke tJ 1.0.t.
G-p.-y Twist barrels < ngraved nio.intincs, hard walnut stock, rubber butt, patent fore end, top snap back oc
"till. Q. X J CS'J, tion locks, a good solid gun. 1)4 to 9} a lb. lo and 12 gauge. Price *20.00.
-jc,-r Q Ride snap action, back action locks, chequered fore end, engraved mountings, twist brased barrels, re-
XXYLJLA i* O. DOG. bounding locks, pistol grip, ornamental rubtier buit plates. 1)4 to 9)4 I>. 10.12.16 gauge. Price #IB.OO.
T\T pcx m (*,> Ride snap act ion, back action locks, blue steel barrels, chequered grip. 1)4 to 10 i>. 10 and 12 guage.
Gull No. 0 (O. PriwWSM
.-m -a-y- rrvA i craucherox action, plain steel barrels, back action locks, chequered grip, fair quality. I#. 12. 16 guage
Gun No. ioOu.
A full sett of loading tools and one hundred paper shells i ncluded in the above prices with each and every gun.
1 a1... carrv a complete stock of the following guns: l'avker. Tr.lt and Manhattan & Rlchard9 ' Ncw >Sn,ith ' I>ie P er ' Kone
Hill, \V. M. Moore, W. llichards. Winchester and Colt Uifles, at *!.<*'. Nngle baireled Guns #3AO to SIO.OO.
v, !1M .i. \; i> ( * u;i UIIM.I> \ M'lii lAi.TV. Ha\ ing purchased a machine capable of loadinu six bundled cartrides per hour, more per
f.-et and eovtivc than eau U-loaded by'thc old si>lc of hand loading, lam prepared to fall all orders promptly at prices ranging from *2.50 to
'*'►.6o per 100.
FISIU \<; r ACK i.i. .—l pri.ie myself on saying that my line of fishing tackle, is complete, and the best selection ever brought to this section of the
State and at prices that d<*ly competition.
Contractor for Plumbing and Steam Heaters for Dwell
ings and Public Buildings.
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brarii . < / ? re.:-. Ij i.i the j harma
copctia i r all - 1 chronic ilismm. It is
emphatically a! i r every man. Price only $1
by mail, po.-1 j ' . 1 ..1 in j lain wrapper,
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day:-. Send now, < r cat this oat, M yon may never
Me i: :• • tin. A ' ire; : r. W. li. FABKXB,4 Bul
flnch street, 150 t :i, V..: s.
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Ithe liair, ltestoring color when 8
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ySk^'^A' r hair tallinpr, and i.ssuro to pieado I
I'tTTL- i 1 < Si\ 50e. and Sl.UQat. Pmpirists. |
The safest, surest and best cure for Corns, linnions, Re.
Rtop all pain. Ensures comfort to tlio feet. Never raits
to euro. Ij cents at JliscoS & Co., N. Y.
for infants and Children.
"Casfcoria is so well adapted to children that I Castorta cures Colic, Constipation,
I recommend it as superior to any prescrintion I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
known to me." H. A. ARCHER, M. D., I *** *** *" omotes di *
211 So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. Y. fi Without injurious medication.
Tub Centaur Cghtany, 183 Fulton Street, N. Y.
Millheim, - - Centre Co., - - Fenna.
Two miles from Coburn Station.
THIS HOUSE has been thoroughly renova
ted, is newly furnished throughout and
; offers the very best accomodations to the trav
FROX T ROOMS, KLEGA XTL T FURXISIJ
ED, OX SECOXI) FLOOR FOR SUM
MER Ji OA RDERS.
The celebrated "Penn's Cave" is but a short
drive from town, and the good roads and fine
mountain scenery of the surrounding country
make it a very desirable stopping place.
Horses and S/ylish Car
riages for use of gues/s.
Bus ists all Trains at Coin.
\r. e,. ijooiT, Peop'K.
Selinsgrove, ----- Pennai,
S. T. Frain, Prop'r.
-roc- —-n~ -:oc-
Tit is 110/ el lias been remodeled and
refurnished, and /lie Traveling Public
will find \t first-class in every respect .
c improved Water Close/ and
Wash Room on firs/ floor.
•J Bath Room in Hotel. }
HEADQUARTERS FOR STOCK DEALERS.
Terms Reasonable. Good Livery attached
OI It BABY'S FIRST YEAR by MR.
rion norland, also containing much
valuable information. 48 page book. Sent on
receipt of L'-eent stamp by Reed & Carnriek,
Mercantile Exchange Bld'g.N. y. 30-lt
Groceries & Provisions.
FRESH ARRIVALS EVERY DAY
FIN K FLORI DA OR A NT. R3.
BRIGHT NEW LEMONS.
CHOICE WHITE GRAPES.
NEW CROP FRENCH PRUNES.
FIGS, DATES andJPRUNELLES.
FINEST CLUSTER RAISINS.
PRESERVED CITRON & LEMON PEEL
CURRANTS and BAKING RAISINS.
EVAPOR ATED PEACHES &;PEAR3.
ALMONDS and ASSORTED NUTS.
An exceptionally fine line of PURE CON
FECTIoNERV at CITY PRICES.
CLEAR CANDY TOYS.
MOLASSES CANDY (or Yaffy) MADE EY
OUH&SELVES, ALWAYS FRESH.
CALIFORNIA FRUIT canned and Evap
PURE HONEY in pint and quart jars.
NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. Roller pro
CRANBERRIES, Sound and Firm.
PLAlNIand FANCY CRACKERS
FINEST FULL CREAM CHEESE.
PURE SUGAR TABLE SYRUPS.
A full line of NEW CANNED GOODS.
PURE WHITE ROCK CANDY SYRUP In
half gallon and one gallon cans.
PURE MAPLE SYRUP in q.iart and half
FINE, FRAGRANT TEAS.
PURE SPICES. You can depend on our
ground pepper for butch -ring purposes.
It is strictly pure.
FRESH SHELL OYSTERS opened to lorder.
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ALL OURSTOCK IS NEW AND
ON US FOR
ANYTHING YOU WANT
IN OUR LINE.
—SECHLER & CO.,—
Bush House Block,