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THURSDAY, OCT. 2STII, 1886.
Published by It. A. BUMILLER.
—SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL.
—First class job work done at the
—Fresh oysters—the best grade—at
Stover's grocery on Main street.
—A Gne show case for sale, very
cheap. Inquire at the Journal Store.
—T. Benton Ulrieh, of the Centre
County 7'iincs was in town on Tuesday
—Money is labor sayed by buying
groceries and provisions at J. W.
—Turn out to hear Hon. J. 11. Fow,
the oratoi from Philadelphia, next Sat
—Mr. Aunian,the hired man of Sam".
Ulrieh, at Coburn, is on the sick list for
the last few days.
—The hand-made Towanda Boot at
Kauffman's store can't be beat for
quality and cheapness.
—Ladies' Wraps come in play now
and the best selection may be found at
D. S. Kauffman & Co's store.
-•-Next week's Republican papers
will likely tell the truth, the whole
truth and nothing but tlie truth.
—Airs. Blosser, of Gregg township, a
sister of our townsman,W. N. Annum,
is reported to be very low with typhoid
—Ex-sheriff Jfusser and lady l ave
just returned from an extended visit
to their daughter, J/rs John Toner,of
—Two dancing bears made things
lively in town last Thursday and Fri
day. The boys were all there, and
don't you forget it.
—All Hallow E'en next Saturday.
Oct. 30th. No doubt there will be any
amount of chicken feed lying around
the following morning.
—"100 Doses Oue Dollar" is true
.only of Hood's Sarsaparilli, and it is
atn unanswerable argument as to
strength and economy.
—Democratic mass meeting at Mill
lieku next Saturday evening. Do not
fail to come and hear Fow, one of the
best stump speakers in the state.
—W. S. Musser had the brick pave
mef.t in front of his hotel repaired last
week and it is a very easy matter now
4o get around the Mussei House.
—Geo. Cummings, who for quite a
spell drove W. S. Musser's cab to and
from the depot is now in the employ of
W. G. ILok, of the National Hotel.
—Jos. Lose, of Adamsville, Mich.,
informs us by letter that he is moying
to Elkhart, Ind , this week. He is
getting along smoothly iu his western
—Hartman's foundry building on
Penn street was treated to a new roof
last week and is now in a condition to
face the roughest kind of winter
—A. Walter, S. D. J/usser, J. F.
Ilarter, and D. A. Jlusser was the del
egation from this place that took in the
Blaine reception at Bellefonte yester
—Next Tuesday the BEAVER will
hunt his hole, the WOLF wi'i howl, and
Black will get away with them all.
How much will you bet ? But we'll
wait till after the election.
—The long list of Sheriff's sales ap •
ipeariog in another column of this issue
made it necessary to work all last night
and accounts for the delay of the town
papers until this morning.
—John P. Sylvis, the shoemaker,
moved his family from Aarousbuig to
Jfillheim last Thursday and occupies
the upper story of the old hardware
.bui'ding as a place of residence.
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
THE BEST SALVE in the world for Cuts, Bruises,
•Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Fever Sores, Totter,
-Chapped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, and all Skm
Eruptions, and positively cures Files, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give perfect sat
isfaction, or money refunded. Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by J. Eisenhuth.
—We learn with regret that Dr.
Geo. L. Lee, of Madisonburg, is con
fined to a bed of sickness and suffers
much paiu. He is under medical treat
ment, which we hope will result J'D his
—The latest improvement is a neat
and substantial letter box attached to
cne of the iron pillars in front of the
postofflce. Postmaster Smith has
things fixed right handy now, the only
thing wanting is the money-order sys
—The startling report was received
In town last week that the safe in
Wolf's store, Woodward, was blown
open on Thursday night. The burglars
only succeeded in getting $4.00 in cash.
It hardly paid their trouble. We un
derstand that Mr. Wolf has a clue to
—MCDONALD'S Improved Liver Pills
secure a healthy liyer, regularity of the
liowels, good digestion, sound sleep,
clear head,and an active energetic mind
No constipation, no billiousness, no
jaundice, no sick headache or torpidity
of liyer or kidney possible, when occa
sional doses of these pills are used. All
druggists keep them. Money refunded
to dissatisfied purchasers.
JOHNSTON, HOLLOW AY & CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa.
I —John (t. Love, E*q., of Bollefonte,
| the republican candidate for tho legis
j lature, was in town last Saturday in
company with editor Fiedler of the (iu
zitte. Both hunted up their republican
—J. Eisenliutli informs the public
that he has added to his diug stock tho
celebrated KEYSTONE MALT WHISK
EY and other pure liquors. Sold only
on preset iptions of physicians,for med
ical use. 3*l-6 m.
SETTLEMENT NOTICE.-— Those wl o
have uuseltUd accounts witti S. R.
Get tig, Grenoble's giain house, are
notified to call on him at said place, j
Coburn, Fa., for settlement at the ear
liest possible date. It
—Col. Jas. P. Coburn, of Aarons
butg, w! i!e attending the large Blaine '
demonstration at Philadelphia last
week, had his pocket of a valuable i
watch. No doubt Mr. Coburn thought
all the rascals were turned out that j
—The G. A. R. post of this place
furnished their lodge room windows
with new blinds last week. They aioof
a light brown shade and have "G. A.
It. 'JUS" inscribed upon them in gilt
letters. They make a handsome ap
OUR SICK.— Some of the family of
W. L. Bright,who have been lying sick
for several weeks, we are happy to
state are on a fair way to recovery.Mrs.
Bright, however, is still in a serious
condition. George A. Halter is also
—Toe trustees of the Lutheran
church of Rebersburg are advertising
their parsonage in said town for sale.
It is a brick building, situare on a nice
lot, willi all the ncccessary outbuild
ings. Sale at 10 o'clock, a. m., Satur
day Nov. 13th.
How TO BUILD ur OUR TOWN.— Re
liberal with your means, encourage
new come is. leave politics out of busi
ness, patronize home institutions, en
courage new enterprises, co-operate
with the borough authorities, and be
sure to take your local paper.
—The Prohibitionists will have a
meeting in the Milllieim town hall
this (Thursday) evening, at 7 o'c'ock,
at which Rev. R W Rnnyao, of Lewis
town and 11. H. Trumpfheller, Esq., of
Union county, prohibition candidate
for congress will be the speakers.
—The long-wislied-for rain is here
and with it the new stock of rubber
goods at Kauffman's store. It was
bought at an advantage and will be sold
at a bargain. For Gum Shoes and
Boots, Rubber Coats for ladies and gen
tlemen call at D. S. Kauffman & Go's
CHOICE CLOVERSEED FOR SALE.—
The undersigned lias a large quantity
of extra cloverseed on hand and for
sale. Persons in need of this article
will please call on me at my residence
in Ilaines township or address me at
Aarousburg, Pa. \V. W. BOWER.
You cannot afford to waste time in experi
menting when your lunps are In danger. Con
sumption always seems, ut flrst, only a cold.
Do not permit any dealer to impose upon you
with some cheap imitation of Dr. King's New
Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds,
but be sure and get Hie genuine. Because lie
can make more profit he may tell jou lie has
something just as good, or just the same. Don't
be deceiveu, but insist upon getting Dr. King's
New Discovery, which is guaranteed to give re
lief in all Throat. Lung and Chest affections.
Trial bottles tree at J. Eiseuliuth's Drug Store.
—Scarlet feyer and diphtheria are
spread by contagion, by the transfer of
living matttr. These particles come
from the skin, the membranous lining
of the mouth, .nose and throat, and
from the intestines and urinary organs.
Disinfect promptly and thoroughly
with Darbys Prophylactic Fluid, the
great germ destroyer.
Prof. 11. T. Lupton, of the Vander
bilt University, Tenn., says : "As a
disinfectant and detergent Darbys Pro
phylactic Fluid is superior to any prep- !
aration with which I am acquainted."
—The RED BOOK as usual makes its
appearance just when wanted, and the
State edition this year abounds with
statistical information of the character
now most in demand. The little pub
lication has become the standard polit
ical text-book, and not only is it of un
questioned value as an authority upon
election results, but is a model of clean
and most artistic typography. As of
old it is sent without mouey and with
out price by inclosing stamp to C. K.
Lord, Baltimore Md.
—OCTOBER is A good month for
merchants to examine their stock of
I)r. Kessler's Celebrated English Cough
Medicine and include a winter's supply
in their next order. The people have
found out by experience that it can be
relied on in all cases of croup,whooping
cough, colds, and lung troubles of any
nature, and will have it. A good article
draws trade while worthless prepara
tions drive it away. It should be a
source of satisfaction to a dealer as
well, to know he is giving good honest
value for money receiyed. Money re
funded to dissatisfied purchasers.
JOHNSTON, lIOLLOWAYSc CO.,
Sold by J. Eisenhuth. Millheim, Pa.
Tribute of Respect.
WHEREAS it lias pleased God in his infinite
wisdom to remove by death from our Sabbath
School Miss Anna Snook and Miss llattie
Brown, two of our beloved and esteemed sis
ters, be it therefor
Resolved , that we bow in humble submission
to the will of that supreme and over-ruling
Providence which lixes the destinies of all
mankind so as to subserve a divine purpose
and do the mast spiritual good.
Resolved , that we tender the bereaved family
and especially to the distressed und sorrowing
parents the most cordial and tender sympathies
of the Liberty Union Sunday School.
Resolved , that a copy of these resolutions
containing the sentiments of our school be
sent to the bereaved family, and while we are
confident that He who doeth all things well
will comfort and console them in this their sad
hour of affliction we realize that He is abund
antly able and willing to supply their spiritual
ami temporal needs.
Resolved, that a copy of these resolutions be
sent to tbe county papers for publication.
CATHARINE HAK 1 EK,
LIZZIE A. BRAUCHT.
JgaiNjE Y. HosTfiitMAN.
' —Chipped Dry ltoof —1 ho best, article
in the market —at J. W. Stover's.
—EMINENT Physicians connected
with the principal hospitals throughout
the United States report very gratify
-1 ing and satisfactory results from the
use of McDonald's (ircat Blood Puritl
! er in all cases of vitiated blood, emaci
ated condition,enfeebled digestive pow
er, inalassiniilalion of food, Ac. But
few diseases can withstand its remark
able purifying tonic and reconstructive
power. Money refunded to dissatisfied
JUILXSTOX, HOLLOW A rt- ca,
Sold by J. Kisenhuth. Millheira.Pa.
—Tfie tirst two sessions of Prof,
j Bieily's singing school on last Satur
day evening and Saturday evening pre
ceding were of the luost interesting and
i instructing nature. It is to be tegret
ted however that not near the full num
ber of the class were in attendance. All
are requested to bo present at the
next session which on account of the
democratic meeting will likely bo post
poned until next week.
—CATARRH is a very prevalent and
exceedingly disagreeable disease, liable,
if neglected, to develop into serious
consumption. Being a constitutional
disease, it requires a constitutional
remedy like Hood's Sarsaparilla,which,
acting through the blood. reaches every
part of tho system, effecting a radical
and permanent cure of catarrh in even
its most severe forms. Made only by
(J. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.
A Democratic mass meeting will
be held at Milllieim next Saturday
night. Mr. Fow, of Philadelphia, one
of the best speakers on the stump in
this canvass will address the people.
Turn out, one and all, and hear the is
sues of this campaign discussed in an
able manner. Many of our readers
liavo heard Mr. Fow speak in former
campaigns and they will not uiiss to
hear him again.
—On Monday it began to look like
business on the factory grounds. The
Smulls from Brushvalley and the
Kerstetlers from Sugar Valley, five
masons ID all, with as many tenders,
commenced work on the walls of the
large building and as we go to press
the job is well advanced. Iu a few
weeks the two-story structure, 50 x SO
feet large will be up and under roof,
presenting a sight that will inspire ev
erybody with hopes of future prosperity
and enterprise for Milllieim.
Saved His Life.
Mr. D. L. WHcoxson, of Horse Cave. K v.,says
lie was. for many years, badly afflicted with i
Phthisic, also Diabetes; the pains were almost
unendurable and would sometimes almost
throw him into convulsions. He tried Electric
Bitters and got relief from first bottle and af
ter taking six bottles, was entirely cured, and
had sained in flesh eighteen pounds, says lie
positively believes he would have died, had It
not been lor the relief afforded by Electric Hit
ters. Sold at fifty cents a bottle by J. Kisen
—A gentleman came to our sanctum
the other day and gave us a bit of in
formation which by no means casts a
creditable rtflecLion upon some of our
young people. Repeatedly he has pass
ed the churches and private homes,
while the members were engaged in
religious exercises and caught these
would-be smart striplings outside in
in the act of mocking and ridiculing
the singing and praying going on with
in. He wishes us to give them fair
warning to let up on this business,
otherwise he will take legal steps to
stop their unbecoming conduct, as he
is in possesion of their names and has
the necessary proof to bring them to
WORK FOR ONE LADY IN EVERY
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wish to employ one bright lauy agent
in every county in the United States
at a good pay and permanent employ
ment to an efficient worker, TIIE
HOUSEKEEPER is now yery popular
and will be even more so with Maud
Meridith, tVe brilliant new editor in
charge. The publishers offer special
lloral premises worth SI,OO and the last
three months of 1880 free to all who
subscribe now for 1887 at $l.O > per
year. These floral premiums are a
specialty, oyer 700,000 haying been
sent out in 1880.
—We had the pleasure of a delightful
ride to Spiing Mills the other day iu
company with station agent Kreamer,
of Coburn, and landlord Rook, of the
National, who kindly furnished his
best conveyance. After an excellent
dinner at Chafer's hotel our party was
taken to the creamery by Mr. G. R.
Spigelrayer, and Ralph proved himself
a very accomodating guide. We were
given a free look at the interior of the
buiter factory with a full explanation
of all its details and machinery.
Spring Mills is proud of its enterprise
and it has a right to be. Everything
ahout the establishment is in first-class
order and suggests a successful and lu
crative business. We are told the
creamery will be operated this week
FINE TIMBERLAND AND A GOOD
FARM FOR SALE.— On Friday, Novem
ber 12th, 1880, at 1 o'clock, p. m. there
will be offered at Orphan's Court Sale
attract of land containing 370 ACRES,
late the property of Chas. Ripka, de
ceased, and situate in Gregg township.
Centre Co.. I'a. Seventy acres thereof
are cleared and fit for cultivation ; 50
acres are ordinary timberland, the re
maining 250 acres are the best timber
land in the county. Til's part of the
tract contains Two MILLION FEET of
the BESST WHITE PINE TIMBER in
Penns Valley and THREE MILLION
FEET of EXCELLENT HEMLOCK, also
good oak and other wood. The tract
is but four miles from the L. & T. rail
road with a good road leading to Spring
Mills. This ti nberland will be offer
ed seperately from the farmland and
affords a rare opportunity for lumber
operations. There will also be sold a
GOOD FARM, in the best stale of culti
| vation and with good buildings erect
;ed thereon. Terms : One-fourth of
purchase mony on confirmation of sale,
balancp in two equal annual payments,
with interest and usual securities.4o 4t
WKPPINU HULLS. — The marriage
ceremonies of S. I). Huntingdon ai.d
Miss Lizzie King, which took place at
the house of the bride's mother on
Main street, Tuesday evening, were at
tended by about thiity guests. The
rites were performed by llev. Yearick,
after which the party partook of a
sumptuous supper. The band gave the
happy couple one of their sweet sere
nades and we o regaled very nicely in
return. Mr. J/rs. Huntingdon de
parted for Wisconsin this morning. We
wish the newly.wedded couple the best
luck and much happiness.
NOVKMUKU 9TII AND 10TH, TUES
DAY AND WEDNESDAY .TO the. rub
lie l)r. Clemens, graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, and of
twenty live years experience, whose
principal ollice is at Allentown, Pa.,
specialist in all chronic affections, and
who trentß principally by inhalations,
will visit Williamsport once a month
for the purpose of examining patients
for all chronic affections, and who are
dillieult to treat in any other way.
After the examinations, all remedies,
including inhalations, will bo seut to
the patients from his regular ollice.
Will be iu Bellefoute on Tuesday and
Wednesday, Nov. 9th and 10th, 188G,
with ollice at the Brockerboflf House
and will attend to patients from Tues
day evening to Wednesday evening,
Nov. 9ih and 10th. Do not forget the
date. 11. S. CLEMEN3, M. D.
N. B. Send for testimonial. 42-2t
LAST WEEK'S DEATH RECORD.—
Mr. George Edga,an elderly gentleman,
who for several years resided with Jac.
W. Moyer, in l'enn township, near the
Coburn tollgate, died on Thursday
night of last week. Deceased used to
live in town in former years and was
well-known. He was a batchelor.
The same night Mrs. Lydia Miller,of
Aaronsburg, departed this life. She
was a sister of Mrs. Henry Franken
berger and was formerly a resident of
DEATH OF A MILLIIEIM YOUTH.—
On Thursday morning our town people
got a sad reminder of the saying that
•'in the midst of life we are in death,"
by the announcement that William, a
son of David Miller, on Main Street,
Wednesday night of typhoid
fever. The youug man had barely
reached the age of nineteen years and
was always known as an active and
healthy boy. Les3 than two weeks be
fore his death he was seen on the
streets with his companions, when he
was prostrated on his sickbed by the
malignant fever which ended his life.
His early death should be a serious les
son to the young people who run along
the race of life in the most reckless and
unthinking fashion. Will was a great
favorite with his parents who are bow
ed down with deep gtief and sorrow by
the loss of their son. The remains
were buried on Friday afternoon and
services were held in the Luth. church
on Saturday forenoon by ltev. Heck
NEW RAILROADS.— A charter hav
ing been granted by the state depart
ment to the Bellefonte Eastern Rail
road company with a capital stock of
SI,000,(00, there is every reason to be
lieve that the line from Milton to Belle
fonte, a distance of filty miles, will
strike Sugar Valley. If so, it tebooyes
the Penna. R. It. company to do some
thing with the L. & T. branch. A
road through Sugar Valley will natur
ally take the Brushvalley trallic over
the mountain, and unless the L. Sc T.
road comes closer to this point there
will be a considerable drop in the busi
ness of the latter road. Competition
is as marked a factor in railroad busi
ness as in any other branch of busi
ness. An extension of the L. & T.
road to this point would incur but very
little expense, the load from Coburn
station to Millheim being almost ready
graded and level. The necessity of aline
which will hold the trade of these val
leys, by no means insignificant, must
appear as logical to the railroad men
as it does to a common business mind.
In the interest of ttiis section of coun
try as well as their ow:: we earnestly
hope that the Penna. Railroad company
will take steps to run a branch up here.
There are many encouraging features
about this locality that would promise
a good return to a venture of this kind.
We base this sugestion upon the gener
eral feeling of nearly all our people and
whether it rests there or not it will do
no harm to discuss the matter,but may
do much good.
—PETERSON'S MAGAZINE for No
vember is on our table, tlie very queen
of lady's books. It has a charming
steel- plate, "A Message From the
Sea,"a mammoth colored fashiou plate,
a portrait of Ann S. Stephens, some
fifty other illustrations, and several
original stories of unusual power. How
the publisher can afford to keep im
proving the magazine, as he does, is a
standing wonder. With this number
appears the Prospectus for next year.
It promises eyen better things, and
"Peterson" always keeps his promises.
There will be over 1,200 printed pages,
14 steel engravings, 12 mammoth color
ed steel fashion-plates, from 800 to 000
wood-cuts and six copyright novelets,
by Ann S. Stephens, Mrs. John Sher
wood, Edgar Fawcett, Frank Lee Ben
edict, Mrs. M. V. Spencer, and Agnes
Bowman—and one hundred smaller
original stories, etc. In short, the
magazine will continue to be, as here
tofore, the cheapest and lest fur ladies.
The terms are only Two DOLLARS a
year. To clubs, it is cheaper still, viz :
four copies for six dollars and a half,
with an extra copy to the person get
up the club. Or five copies for eight
dollars, with both an extra copy and
the "Book of Beauty," beautifully il
lustrated, or a large steel-engraving,
"Mother's Darling." Every lady
should take this magazine. It is real
ly a household-nece sity. Now is the
time to subscribe. Address CHARLES
J. PETERSON, 306 Chest hut Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Specimens are sent,
gratis, if written for to get up clubs
The corn is nearly all husked.
J. 11. Frank sold thiee of his cows
one day last week.
Rev. Ileckman visited some of his
members through hero last week.
Next Saturday evening we will all be
in Millheim to attend the democratic
meeting and hear the plain truth spo
Mr. & Mrs. Di cker, of Snyder Town,
Nittany Valley, weie the guests of
John Ilershberger on Saturday.
The two bears that passed through
here last week caused a regular panic
among a lot of cows on the turnpike.
Miss Martin, a sister of Mrs John
Ilershberger, with whom she had spent
the summer, relumed to her home in
We hear of a gentleman who aspires
to tho position of correspondent of the
Millheim Journal from Smi'h Town
He claims he can finish more and bet
ter news than Juuibo. All light,
Harvey Wert did some tall threshing
in two days. At Jos. Grossman's he
threshed in one day 634 bushels of oats,
115 of barley, and 122 of wheat, mak
ing a total of 901 bushels of grain, and
cleaned the barn 11 >or twice. On an
other day he threshed at Christ Alex
ander's 510 bushels of oats, 365 of
wheat and 148 of barley, making in all
1023 bushels. At the latter place he
cleaned the barn floor 3 limes. lie
uses an 8-lnrse power Champion ma
chine and a 10 horse power Paxton en
Tne new iron bridge at Greenbriar is
now being erected and will be a source
of pride to the people in that vicinity
Work is being pushed on the new
planing mill of Andrew Vonada. The
building was raised last week.
Squire Gettig has resigued his com
mission as squire,the same having been
accepted by the Governor. Our village
is now without a seat of justice which
should not be the case and we hope,
should there be an appointment made,
it will be one that will give as good sat
isfaction as did Squire Gettig while
holding the position and we know of
none more able or I etter fitted to fill
the vacant place and one who would
give entire satisfaction than Mr. A. J.
We failed to mention in our last
that on the night of Oct. 14th, thieves
broke into tlie house of Jacob Kern
and stole his pocket book containing
§1,5 hard earned money.
There is not much news here politi
cally. Things seem to move along
smoothly and their is no danger of any
loss on the ticket in this township.
On Saturday eve is to be the closing
meeting of the campaign in Millheim.
That great orator and ilumper Mr.
Fow, of Phila., will be there and other
noted speakers. A large crowd is ex
pected to be there.
School opened this Monday with Mr.
Finkle as teacher.
As typhoid fever has broken out in
this vicinity it is well for all to be
careful of-the water they use. A great
mistake is the dam in our midst which
has no Hood gates or any way to let
off the great amount of filth which
gathers there, rots and smells and
which will certainly be the means of
creating sickness in our midst.
The festival held here was a success
financially, we understand about S4O
A Mr. Higgins from Sbamokin has
rented the Jacob Reed property at the
railroad and takes possession this Mon
There will be an excursion to Belle
fonte, Wednesday, to see the Blaine
show. Fare for round trip we are in
formed will be 02cts , and as this is the
last issue before election there remains
only one thing more and that is all
turn out on election day and each one
see that his neighbor gets to the polls
ai d that not one vote be lost. By do
ing this there will be such a majority
for Black and the whole ticket as to as
tonish the natives. VALE.
John Sylvis moved his family to
Millheim on last Thursday.
John C. Rote aud family, after a vis
it of several weeks to his mother Mrs.
Simon Rote, returned home last week.
Candidate for Prothonatory Geo.
Boal was through here looking up his
republican friends last week.
Mrs. David Bollinger and D. 11. Rote
have lately improved their residences
by giving them several coats of paint.
S. 11. Diehl will do likewise.
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Coburn and
Mrs. Eva Rodgers have returned from
the east where they had been visiting
for a week or ten days.
Esq. 11. A. Mingle who was confin
ed to his sicK chamber for a few days is
again out and able to attend to his dai
Charley Grimm from Madisonburg,
was canvassing our town hist week
selling door bells and silver ware. His
door bells are of a very superior quali
Editor Feidler, of the Bellefonte Ga
zette passed through town and gave us
a wave of his hand on last Saturday.
A call and a few minutes chat would
not have been objectionable.
Our schools have been iu progress for
little more than a week and from all
reports both teachers and scholars are
getting along very finely. Glad to
Geo. Bollinger has turned out Shoe
ster again. He lias taken a seat of
work with Mr. Weaver at Woodward.
Go in George, pulling wax ends and
driving pegs is honorable work.
11. 11. Weaver returned from the
western counties of this state, where he
had been to dispose of the balance of
his Holstein cattle. We suppose Hen
ry sold out and got the tin.
John Foster who was down for the
past few weeks with typhoid fever is at
this writing on a fair way to recovery.
Johu took his disease at college in Lew
isburg and just arrived home in time to
receive the kind and careful attention
of his mother and sister during his
The attendance at the funerals of
Geo. Edga and Lydia Miller, on last
Sunday morning was large. The bur
ial services were held in the Lutheran
church. Rev. Deitzler, the pastor, be
ing awav on a visit Rev. Yearick,
(Ref.) officiated. ANOTHER.
1 The seci et of successful advertising is to tell
) the truth. When we say that Breydoppel's
1 Borax Koap is the best and cheapest soap
! you can use for all purposes, it is a plain stute
l ment of fact , and the best way for you to satis
fy yourself is to try a pound.
Miss Lucetta Wist; i\\id sister are vis
iting in Woodward uud vicinity.
Grandmother Young is now residing
with Iter son.in.law, Mr. Adam Weaver.
enthusiast oT the Jeffersonian
principles posted a Democratic mass
meeting hill on the church.
Thieves burglarized Wolfs store last
Thursday night with powder. They
broke open Ihe iron safe and abstracted
the contents. The money taken they
can use as they see proper, hut Mr.
Wolf would feel thankful if they would
return the other papers which are only
of value to him.
Protracted meeting is in progrtss
here and is being well attended.
Mr. Weirick, formerly of Penn Hall,
is making preparations to open up a
saddler shop in our town. We under
stand he has leased the shop opposite
the post oflice.
Miss Leasie Miller made a very nar
row escape the other day. She was
driving some cows into the barnyard
when one of them turned and run
against her with such force as to knock
her down. She was picked up in an un
conscious state but. we are glad to say
that her injuries, which no doubt are
painful are not considered dangerous.
The Spring Mills creamery will com
mence operations this week. We are
told that the prospects of success are
Ilaryey Smith's oldest son, a boy of
some three years,died yery suddenly on
Sunday morning last.
Our schools commenced last Monday.
Prof. Win. I*. ilusterman teaches the
first grade, lliram Grove the intermedi
ate and R.U. Bituer the primary. With
such teachers our schools should pros
James Kennelly is the (irst to report
fresh venison this season.
Isaac Plain and wife from Jackson
ville, spent a few days in town last
week They were the guests of Mrs.
Sarah Zeigler. *
Our farmers have finished corn husk
ing and have housed an abundant crop.
Wm. Kiearner purchased a flue team
Considerable sickness prevails in this
neighborhood. Among those down
with pneumonia is Ira Spangler and L.
The Joseph Gramley farm was sold
one day last week to Michael Eby, of
near Woodward, at $53 per acre.
Many hogs in this valley are dying
of hog cholera.
Morris Gilbert was a lucsy man one
day last week. While he was at work
near Walker's dam a deer, which bad
Veen chased by several dogs came run
ning along at full speed. Mr. Gilbert
saw that it was coming towards him
in a bee line and he prepared to receive
it with open arms. Mr.deer fairly leap
ed into his arms and Gilbert embrac
ed the deer tightly until he received
assistance when they took the captiye
home and imprisoned him in a cage.
Newton Sheiuefelt who worked the
latter part of this summer for Wes.
Snyder will winter with Jerome Meyers
after this week.
Mrs. Spangler, wife of Jno. Spangler,
Sr., is on the sick list. Her recovery
Died on Oct. 21., of palsy, Mrs. Eier
ly, wife of Anthony Bierly, agtd 75
years, S months and several days. Her
remains were buried on Saturday fore
noon in the Lutheran and Hefoimed
ed the Lord's supper on last Sunday.
The attendance was large.
George Gorman had the misfortune
to fall off the wagon and break his
"When Baby was sick, wo pave her Cutoria,
When she was a Child, she cried for Costoria,
When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria,
When she had Children, she gavo them Castoria,
Corrected every Wednesday.
By Grenoble. Bartges & Co.,Coburn, Pa.
Wheat, red 75
" white 70
Corn 40 —45
Kye - 50
Oats white 3O
Flour, Boiler 1.40
Salt,ier barrel 1.40
Plaster, ground i'.OO
Cement, per bushel 9
Barley - 50
Hams - - 10
Pork - .....
Lard - 6
Coal per ton Chestnut $4.75
" •• Small Stove 5.00
" *• Nut 4.75
" Pea - 3.00
" " Soft grated 2.75
m sum mi
Are Yon Bilious ?
Tht Regulator never fails to cure. I most
cheerfully recommend it to all who suffer from
Bilious Attacks or any Disease caused by a dis
arranged state of the Liver.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. W.R.BERNARD.
Do You Want Good Digestion?
I suffered intensely with Full Stomach, Head
. ache, etc. A neighbor, who had taken Simmons
Liver Regulator, told me it was a sure cure for
my trouble. The first dose I took relieved me
very much, and in one week's time I was as strong
and hearty as ever I was. It is the test medicine
1 ever took for Dyspepsia.
RICHMOND, Va. H. G. CRBNSHAW.
Do You Suffer from Constipation ?
Testimony of HIRAM WARNHR, Chief-Justice of
Ga.: " 1 have used Simmons Liver Regulator for
Constipation of my Bowels, caused by a temporary
Derangement of the Liver, for the last three or
four years, and always with decided benefit."
Have You Malaria ?
I have had experience with Simmons Liver Regu
lator since 1865, and regard it as the greatest
medicine of the times for diseases peculiar to
malarial regions. So good a medicine deserves
REV. M. B. WHARTON,
Cor. Sec'y Southern Baptist Theological Seminary.
f THERE IS BUT ONE SIMMONS
\ LIVER REGULATOR!
See that you get the genuine, with the red Z
on front of Wrapper, prepared only by
J. H.ZEILIN & CO.,
' SOLE PROPRIETORS, PHILADELPHIA, PA.
! Did you hear something
If not DROP IN and trsr
some of those
just received at
J. W. LOSE'S GROCERY
No. 32 Main Street.
Also received, the finest
Sweet Potatoes, Peaches,
AND OTHER - PROVISIONS., .
to be had in the market-
in the prices of some of
Among my new goods
Salad Oil and Soaps
deserve most mention.
My stock of Confectioneries,
Canned Goods, Tobacco, Cigars
&c. &c. &c.
is always complete and the best
Here is Good
for folks who wish to strike the bsH pIAQS lor
'", * 1
A loading and rare article in the line of Canned
Goods aie my
Pears and Plums.
It will also do you good to examine and try my
' assortment of
Tobacco and Cigars, &c.
My display of
will delight the housekeepers and I specially
| invite the ladles to e ll and examine this line.
My stock of
Gold & Silver Watches,
* Clocks & Jewelry
of all descriptions, is the best in town and I am
selling these articles at
SMALL LIVING PROFITS.
Ciill and see me when in need of anything in
my line. I aim to render every reasonable ac
commodation to my customers.
Remember the place, two doors east of Pct
J. W. STOVER.
GREAT I REV I YORK * STORE. > '
• Just arrived with a Full Line of
—Dry Goods, Clothing, Hosiery, Notions and Fancy Goods. —
COME ONE AND ALL AND SECURE BARGAINS. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO LADIES.
Head the Facts: Parties buying $5,00 worth of goods will make a days' wages. Please call and examine goodt, and be convinced.
Goi<i\ci< of Peiii] Spoofs. GOL[I?tJV,