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THURSDAY, JULY 29., 1880.
THE MILLHEIM JOURNAL
Is published ovprv Thursday, in Musser's mold
ing, corner of Mhin and Penn st roots at
$l.OO PER ANNUM,.IN ADVANCE
Orisl ii if not paid In advance.
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and Executors' Notices it!.so. Transient ad
vertisements :.nd locals 10 cents per line for
first insertion and 5 cents per line tor each ad
ditional insertion.
Job Work done on short notice.
DEDiDfiESt & IUMIttEK,
Editors and Proprietors.
CM & Sunday ScM Directory.
Evangelical.
Rev. Samuel Smith will prenel next Sunday
morning. German.
Sunday School, 2 P. M, —It. I- 7. .*rbv, supt.
Methodist.
Bev. J. Benson Akers will preach next Sun
day evening.
Sunday School, 1 p. M.,— B.Klmport, supt.
Reformed.
rrerchlng itGAaronshurg next Sunday raor
ning. English.
United Brethren.
Lutheran.
Rev. John IXunHnson, PiMfor.—
German pre.iehlnsc in Milllieini next Sunday
afternoon at 2J4 o'clock.
United Sunday School, 9 A. M.— F. 1).
Luse supt.
Lodae & Society Directory.
Millheim "Lodge. No. 955, I. O. O. F. meets in
heir hall, Penn Street, every Saturday evening.
Rolx-cca Degree Meeting every Thursday on
or before the full moon of each month.
A. O. DEISIXUKK, Sec. B. O. DBININGKK, N. G
Prt.vider.ee Grange. No. 217 P. of H., ineetsln
Alexander s block on the second Saturday of
each month at GW. p. m.. and on the fourth Sa
t unlay of each month at l l .< p. M.
D. L.ZEKBV, Sec. A. O. Deininger, Master.,
The Millheim B. & L. Association meets in
the Penn street school house on the evening of
the second Monday of each month.
A. WAI TER, Sec, B. O. DEISINGKR, PreM.
The Millheim Cornet Band meets in the
Town Ball on Monday anil Thursday evenings.
F. P. OTTO, sec., a. F. BARTER, I'res't.
Millheim Escort of Co. P.. sth Regt., N. G..
1 old their drill meeting on the second story of
Alexander's Block, every Tuesday and Friday
evening.
Of at Director
Regular Terms of Court—Fourth Mondays of
January, Apri', August and November.
President Judge—lion. Ciias. A. Mayer, Look
Haven.
Additional Law Judge—JSlon. John H. Orvis,
Bellefonte.
Associate Judges—Hons. Samuel Frank. John
Dtvon.
Prothonorary—J. C. Harper.
Register of Wills and Clerk of O. C.—NV. E.
Burchfield.
Recorder of Deeds. &c. —William A. Tobias.
District Attorney—David F. Fortney.
Sheriff—John Bpaneler.
Treasurer—Adam Yeanek.
County Surveyor—Joseph l>evling.
Coroner—Dr. Joseph Adan.s.
County Commissioners—Andrew Gregg, George
swab. Jacob Dunkle.
Clerk to County Commissioners—Henry Beck.
Attorney to County Commissioners—C. M.
Bower.
Janitor of the Court House— BartrimGalbraith.
Countv Auditors—James T. Stewart. George
ft. Williams. Thomas B. Jamison.
Jury Commissioners—John Shannon, David W. i
Kline.
Superintendent of Public Schools—Prof. Henry
Meyer.
t'eutre Comity Demorrntie Commit
tee for ISSO.
TOSTMCTB. NAMES. P. O. AHDBKS3.
Bellefonte, N. W., Wm. Gulbralth,...Bellefoiite
S. W....W ( Heinle
" W W....Win Harper "
Mileshurc Frank K Bible...Milesburg
Union vine P J McDonnell,. .Unkmvflle
Howard A J Gardner Howard
J'hiiipsbt rg C G Herlinger... Philipsb'g
Millheim JII lteifsnvder..Millheim
Bonner Uriah Stover.... Bellefonte
Hoggs Jas A McOlain... Milesburg
Burnside Win Hopple Pine Glenn
College Sam'l Gilliland.. Boalsburg
Curtin David Delong... Howard
Ferguson. O. P Dan Driobeihis.. State Col
" N. P O M Sheets Stormston
Gregg LJII Rishel Spring M's
Jlalijes George Keister, Aarousb'g
Ifaifmoon John Ward Stormsto'n
Harris Sam'l Lsltler Boalsburg
Howard David Tanyer... Howard
Huston H G Clironister.. Martha
IJherly WII Gardner Blanchard
Marion lolm Hoy, Jr Walker
Miles Sam'l IC Faust....Millheim
Patton G W Rumberger..Fillmore
Penn W F Smith Millheim
Potter, N. P D F Luse Centre Hall
" S, P G W Spangler Tasseyv'e
Rush William Cullen... Fhilipsb g
Snow Shoe John G Uzzle....Snow Shoe
Spring E C Wood Bellefonte
Tavlor Sainu"! Hoover...Fowler
Union J S Fredericks... Fleming
Walker Samuel Decker... Zion
Worth G K Williams I't Matilda
J. L. SPANGLER, Chairman.
FRANK E. BIBLE, Secretary.
UEMOUKATIC NATIONAL TICKET,
FOR PRESIDENT,
GEN. WIN FIELD S. HANCOCK.
Of Pennsylvania.
t '
FOR VICE rr. ESI DENT,
lION. WM. H. ENGLISH,
Of ludiano.
STATE TICKET.
SUPREME JUDGE,
GEORGE A. JENKS, Jefferson Co,
AUDITOR GENERAL,
ROBERT P.DECIIERT, Philadelphia.
THE DEMOCRATIC NATION
AL EXECUTIVE COMMIT
TEE.
NEW YORK, July 21. The Dem
ocratic National Executive Committee
met at ten o'clock this morniDg in the
Fifth Avenue Hotel, with Senator
Barnurn, of Connecticut, in the chair.
When the committee adjournsd it was
stated that a resolution had been adop
ted lequesting the Democratic Con
gressional Campaign Committee to ap
point an auxiliary committee to work
with the Democratic National Execu
tive Committee in conducting the
campaign. The committee selected as
its headquarters No. 13 4 Fifth avenue.
It was stated that the committee took
no action in regard to the question of
two Democratic electoral tickets in
Virginia, although the matter had
been discussed.
Wasliinjrton Letter.
Washington v l).C. JMy 24th 1880,
On Wednesday evening, Hon. Dun
can L. Walkei. Secretary of the Con
gressional Democratic Committee, was
in this city. He Will be here perma
nently after this week. Mr. Walker
says the campaign will bs aggressive
and spirited from the first, and that
all the reports received are favorable,
lie, was specially pleased 'with the as
pect of affairs in New York, and the
withdrawal, yesterday, of the Kelly
election ticket confirms what he said of
the perfect harmony among Democrats
in that State.
Since my last letter Secretary Schurz
has made his first Garfield speech. He
is to be'thanked for leaning out of it
the "bloody shirt" entirely. That was
manly, and his example is commended
to the other speakers not only as a
proper one, but as a judicious.
The Secretary made no allusion to
the Credit Mobilier Stories. This is
curious, for this Credit Mobilier busi
ness was one of the things which drove
him out of the Republican party, years
ago. Knowing how important the
people considered the question of Geo -
eral "Garfield's connection with that
great fraud, ii is strange that tho in
genious Secretary did not, i:i sotiie
part of his two hours speech, enter in
to a defence of his candidate.
lie said Hancock has had no civil
experience, ignoring the fact that tho
General endeared himself in 1807 to
most "plain people" by * more admir
able statement aud defence of their civil
rights than ever was written by anoth
er American.
But tlie most curious part of the
Secretary's speech, is that in which he
urges the necessity for tho perpetual
suprem aey of the Republican party. He
sees vast danger in re-eleetiug, but
none in the continued existence of
power in one party. Bat the Secretary,
in this as in other portions of his long
speech, talked like a paid attorney and
not like one whose sole object was to
express his honest convictions. By
and by it will be one of the wonders,
how this man has retained, even in
the miuds of a few. a reputation for
greater sincerity thau other politicians
of his party.
The statera ents of Mr. Hayes and
Secretary Slier m an, that 110 change is
contemplated in the New Yoik Cus
tom House do not carry conviction to
the minds of any Wash in tow man who
is familiar with the record of these of
ficials in such cases.
What Mr. Hayes says at 3 r. M. is
frequently contradicted by the facts as
published in the Ecenimj Star at 4 3 J
p. M. and should any newspaper man
who always takes S.cretary Sherman's
statements on political matters as true,
would be turned out cf pfcee forwith.
It may be that General Merritt will
not be turned out of the Custom
House to make a place for some mau
selected by Ex-colleetor Arthur, but I
believe he will and that the change is
part of the price of active support for
Garfield in New York.
Of course peace iu the Democratic
party in Virginia is desirable. The
result of the )'residential contest way
depend upon the vote of the stato.
But still outsiders should keep their
hands off. The "National Committee''
should not meddle. The politicians of
other states, should let the patriotic
Democracy of Virginia work out the
problem for themselves. lam sure
they will do so to the satisfaction of
all, CARROLL.
The Republican party has pretty
generally come to the conclusion that
the war was a failure. They think
that four years of war ami fifteen years
of reconstruction have done the people
of the south very little good, and that
"they are rebels bad as ever." For
these reasons they should be anxious
to try a Democratic President and ac
cording to their own logic every moth
er's son of them should gladly vo'e for
the brave Hancock.
In the Clinton Democrat of last week
Hon. 8. It. Peale is brought out as a
candidate for Congress. None better
could bo named.
Gen. Hancock has written his letter
of acceptance but it will not appear in
the public prints -until Mr. English is
also ready with his letter.
A CARD.
It having come to my knowledge
that the authorship of a communica
tion in the Bellefonte Republican of the
14th inst., from Millheim in this coun
ty, in whicn an untrue account is giv
en of the Democratic ratification meet
ing at that place, on Saturday evening
the 10th inst., is attributed to me, I
take thi3 public manner of branding
such statement as false. Whoever is
responsible for the circulation of this
silly canard does me a gross injustice
and is indebted to 1113 imagination for
his alleged facts.
J. N. VANORMER.
—Phihpsburg has a rousing Dem
ocratic club of which J. X. Cassanova
is Presidnt aud J. G. Lingle and John
Lindsey, Secretaries. The club has a
banner 15 by 20 feet la size with fine
portraits of our candidates on both
sides. The Philipsburg Democrats
mean .business,
/■br the Journal
KMPOMIA, K.WSA.S, JUI.T LIHIL,
MR. KDIIOU :
I hav long liecn I lit it k lntr of writing to my
many friends in IVnnsvalley. and as It Is qulio
wit of the question to write to each one desir
ing such correspondence, t know no letter way
than to send them an epistlfl through tho
JOURNAL.
It will not l>o amiss to answer questions such
as would he asked were 1 in your midst.
And llest —"What Is your impression of Kan
sas after a nine mouths' residence in it t'* Upon
the whole ii remains unchanged. Though I see
more and dliferent iparts 1 yet think Kansas
will in the near future become a nourishing
stale. It is set tied with every conceivable kind
of people, nationality and religious sect and
denominfttlons. We And here. Germans. s\\iss,
Welsh, Russians. French, Irish and English, to
say lintli.ng of smaller representatives from the
Old World. In the North West the Hussions
are settling in large numbers, and belong most
ly to the Moravian Chinch. The North Fast Is
settled largely by Swiss and Germans. They
are opening up fine farms and vineyards. 1
never spent a week more pleasantly than I did
among these Swiss settlers. Tlicy are ecoiiomt
calami industrious, and no more hospitable
people can la? found anywhere.
A very large opening is la-lug made tu the
South Western part of the state hy Fnglunders
who propose having a "little England, on A
merlean soil. Immense number; or Welsh are
settled in this county and are here making
their mark. Our leading mechanics, merch
ants and farmers are of Welsh origin. The
English, Germans and Irish you tind every
where. The Knglishmau Is for the most part
engaged in stock raising. The Germans take
to saloons and meat shops as naturally as a
duck takes to water. (T meanfmcign Germans)
whilst the Irishman is ready to till any station
from the Hostler to the pulpit, that may pre
sent itself. And In the midst of all is to l>o
found thd cuto Vankee ready to show any one
willing to see it, a "Vankee tilek.'
The character of these various settlers is as
diverse as their religion, nationality and lan
guage. They come here from various motives.
Seme (and not a few )leave their countries for
their countries' good and their own safetv.
Others come to seek a home where land Is
cheap and where with their limited means and
industry they can estublish themselves and
children. Mill others come with the spirit of
speculation, in their greed and haste to be
come rich th'*y frequently bee one "land poor."
The sharks come to devour the smaller tlsli and
are apparently doing a flue business. While
many others coiuesimpiy because the tide flows
lids way.
It is needless to say that a very large number,
and especially the more sanguine part, beeon e
disappointed and disgusted, and in a short
time return t<> the Kast. swearing vengeance on
all K. It. companies and laud jobbers many of
whom, not all. would. if they received their
dues he lodged safely behind stone walls and
Iron bars.
Aioiig*t all this mass there is a pood, sub
stantial element who control the statu and her
Institutions and, have brought tliemto astonish
ing perfeetion for the short time the state lets
had an existence. The matters oi drouth,
winds, and voracious insects are greatly ex it
erated. Tis true there is m>t the amount of
rainfall in Kansas, whieh von liave amongst
the mountains of Pennsylvania, neither is it
needed. It has been comparatively dry With
us during the summer, and yet witli tao excep
tion of oats, crops could not look better. i>ur
corn is generally caring at this time and will be
simply enormous. It is 110 uncommon tiling to
see fluids which contain from 40io lot acnes of
corn. It is estimated that the corn, crop <t
Kansas will a\ er age tin bushels of shelled corn
to the acre. Hay, millet and potatoes protnt-e
well also, it is i-rohtuhle to raise corn and feed
it to stock, hut n.it lor sale. Pork and lieef si ll
readily at 4to on foot. 1 would advise no
one to couie to Kansas to folmw farming ex
clusively, for it will not jMy; but to combine
stock, he it either sheep, hogs 01 homed cattle
with farming, will pay well. You may infer
from the above that while 1 hive not become an
enthusiast for Kansas 1 have had no reason to
doubt Its future. 1 would in this connection
yet add that fruit will be sufficient for our
wants, an abundance of all kinds are now iu
market at fair prices.
Where slioubl we settle ?
Anywhere cart of the centre of the sWite.
West of the centre the soil is mote sandy and
water and timl>er scarce. Hundreds and thou
sands vie leaving the western pan of ilic state.
In the North Eastern part ofthesiatc the land
generally is hilly, hut produces well. It was
anuV.g the first "settled and is -high. 1 have
been through Doniphan, Atchison. Jackson.
Jefferson. Shawnee. Allen, Woodson,Goffeo and
Lyon counties. Amongst them all I would pre
fer the last named for the following reasons;
Ist. it is well watered. — 2nd, the surface is roll
ing only sufficient for umote drainage,— 3d, it
is supplied with timber, coal and limestone in
abundance,— 4th, it lias railroad, school and
church privileges, second to none in the state,—
sth. it always furnishes a reidv market tor any
thing which the farmer inav have to dispose of.
Who should emigrate to Kansas?
Among ..11 the questions asked sue. none has
been more frequently put than this one. if you
are well situated as regard* yourself and family
stay where you are. If you do not like to rough
it bml dotty yourself comforts to which von have
been accustomed all your 1 fe <im \ don't come
west, or if you imagine that thisi- a paradise—
that grain and cattle will nourish without la
bor or case, in either case don't ''go west." Or
again, it you have no money, beyond your mov
ing expenses, Htay east—but if you are yet in
the prime of life and have so. e money and
plenty of energy, you can <!o better hen* than
there. Young men, or families just commenc
ing, can open up homes here sooner ami with
less capital than in the ea-t. ii-'iO hero now
for a young man Is worth more than *ln.<Vi in
any part of Pennsylvania. 1 will mention one
instance among a thousand. Three years ago,
•John p. Flook of Maryland e inie in possession
Qf his -inheritance, witu wlueh he could have
purchased a mountain farm east, lie however
concluded to try Kansas, ami he came to Allen
Co., bought an acre tract with part broken
and so m-re prairie along side. There was an
old stable oil the place, m this he "batched."
put up his house, planted his orchard and -.art
p d up generally. In the fall he returned and
married u wife and brought her t< his prairie
home. I sport the 4th with them, ate all the
peaches 1 wanted and brought some home with
me. [That's how preachers do.—Editor.]
These were of their own planting. In two
years more they will have fruit of all kinds,
more tlnn they can consume, and have a lions-■
second to none in l'ennsv.tUey that I know of.
Industry, perseverance.a little money and (tod's
blessing did it. Once more, men with capital
and hearts for the upbuilding of the church
should come. Men of this ehaiaccerare needed
here and can do a good deed not only for lltt'iii
sdves inn for sinful luununitv hi general which
w ill pay a hundred fold in tli" world to come.
Tin* great tn:iss leave what little interest they
ever had in the church east of the Mississippi.
More at some future time. Yours in grace.
.J. G. shojsmakkr.
Tlie.Pennsylvaui.i railroad conijTiYty
has issued the following order:
PENNA. RAILROAD COMPANY. )
OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT, >
PIIIL A DELPHI \ , 1- .July 1880. )
The special attention of the officers
and employees of the company is called
to the folio wing preamble and resolu
tion adopted by t he board of Directors
on June 30, 188 \ viz:
"WIIEREAS, It has been the avowed
policy of this company since its orga
nization to keep aloof from all politi
cal contests, ana to discountenance
any active participation of its officers
and employees
Resolved , That, while disclaiming
any desire to interfere with the indi
vidual lights of our officers, agents or
employees in the exercise of the right
of sufTerage, we will regard any at
tempt on their part to control the
votes of those in the service of this
company, or to prevent their influence
to the support of any political party,
as a direct violation of the standing
rules and regulations, and inconsistent
with the interests of the c >:npviy."
G. 13. ROBERTS, President.
The headquarters of the Democrat
ic State Committee, are temporarily
located at the Girard House, Philadel
phia. All letters should be addressed
to the chairman, Hon. A. 11. Dill.
Mrs. Ilan cock is a regular attendant
of the Protestant Episcopal church.
The little church on Governor's Island,
which is supported by Trinity Parish,
has been attended by Mrs. Hancock
during her residence at that station,
and she has in fact contributed to the
service by regularly playing the organ
for the Sunday gathering there.
—R. G. Brett has been appointed on
the Democratic county committee for
the north precinct of Ferguson town- '
ship, vice Daniel Dreibelbis, resigned. •
MILTON RELIEF FUND.— Judge
Cummin of Lycoroinff declines to be
ono of a committee to devise a method
uf distribution of the Milton relief
I fund, and in his letter of declination
points out that tha legal manner x of
i procedure is for t/he person or persons
j having charge of the fund, or one or
! more of the donors, or the donees, to
present to tbo Court of Common Pleas
of Northumbciluna county sitting in
! equity, their bill or petition setting
forth the necessary facts. The court
will then appoint one or more musters
to take testimouy and make report of
distribution. This, he says, is the
method the law provides and must be
followed. The persons now holding
the funds cannot ba protected in any
other way.
*>•-
One of the most urgent demands of
our timois a system of education which
shall train the young to apply their
school learning. At the Pennsylvania
State College practical instruction in
Agriculture, Horticulture, Botauy,Zo
ology, Mechanist, Chemistry, etc; is
given, and thus theory in the classroom
is applied and enforced by experience
in the field and laboratory. Spring ses
sion opens April 9th. For catalogue
and full information address tho Busi
ness Manager, State College, Centre
Co., Pa. tf
A DMINISriIATOU'S SALE.- The uuder
iV signed administrator <>f the edate <f
Peggy Bright, late of Aaronsburg, deceased,
will bell at public Mb on the premises, ou llon
ciav. August lssa, all the interest ol deced
cut lit the following real estate, viz:
A CKKTAIN I.OT OK GitocMi wiru Ilorsß
thereon, situate in said Aaronsburg, adjoining
land of A. A. Confer, Lutheran graveyard,
public roud and alley, containing about one
fourth acre.
Also, A Ft WE OK LAND at Aaronsburg, ad
joining lands t>f Israel Weaver, George Bright
and James 14.I 4 . Coburn, containing aIK ait tbree
and a ball'acres.
sale to commence at one o'clock of said day
when terms will be made known by
GixntuE BUIOIIT,
Administrator.
STRAYED OR T.DFTT.— Four* sheep and four
iambs have arrayed away; tmm the resi
denee of the subs-Tiber, near Aaronsburg. since
May 3nth. Two sheep and one lamb are biaek.
Any uerson An ding these sheep ; n kindly re
quested to give information to me.
J Al 015 DUNKt-E.
ADM IN IST It A TOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
administration on the estate of David
TUlow. late of the borough of Miilhuuu, deems
ed. havmg been granted to the undersigned,
all IKTSOIIS knowing themselves indebted to
said estate are hereby requested to mak-j im
mediate payment, and thoe having claims to
present the .-.one duly au'.henll- at-rd lor settle
ment. IsU.VKi. CONKER,
2tM>t 4 Administrator.
V VALUABLE tjfl.HK AT PRIVATE
NAT.K !
The undersigned offers at privale sale his
Valuable Home,..bout one mile noilb v. est of
Mtlliieim, eontainiug
SEVENTEEN ACRES OF LAND,
7 acres <f which are cleared and under good
cultivation, and the balance welt timbered.
The Improvement* are a good,-new
TWO-STORY ■HoL'-E. NEW BARN,
and all te cessary out buildings, all new ami In
best condition, it is one of tho mo-t conven
ient and desirable'homes in I"enit.-valley. For
price and terms call on
tf 11. C. FUAMOSMSKUOKK.
T3UIV ATE SALE.—
J. Tlie undersigned
one of the Executors of the Estate of George
Khinelty-'.r, dee'tl, will otTer at private saio,
timt
VALUABLE TOWN IMtOFEItTV
situated in the town of Madisoiiburg. Centr-*
conntv Pa., coaalating ot ilxjj acre iota, a
SPLENDID DWELLING House good stable,
all nccessiry outbuildings, elioice fruit on the
' "promises, ami all the conveniences of a pleas
ant home, also a triet of woodiuml about 1
mile northeast of said town, containing about
one hundred acres, well timlercil with oak.
pine and chestnut. Know uus tlie jwiqierty of
George Mimeltzer, dec\t.
ADAM SH A FEU. Jr.,
2V4t Executor.
rs w< i. llI(! r espcctrully inform the citizens of this neighborhood that they have encased In the under
tamiig busmen. They are prepared to fill a 1 calls in this lineal any time and would kindir solielt ash!!?eof !
patronage. AJfull Line or
a!\;.i)s on hand, which we are also ready to furnish to other undertakers at reasonable prices.
SHOP ON PfcNN STREET, MiLLHKIM, PA.
LOSE, HARTER & CO.
ITflli'l? Outfit to agents of 3 do 3. fast selling
r llßjli articles, sent to every person answer
ing tiiis auv.. and enclosing 4 8-ct. stamps to
pay postage and packing. This is honest. Wo
refer (lie nubile to Postmaster, or any business
house in this place.
American Mantlf'B <'O ,
25-3 ni 723 sansom St., l'liilaaelphia.
ft DIII M nABIT SSSrWi!.°£
EJ? 1 less time and at less cost
w m w ■•■fhan by any other means.
No suffering or Inconvenience. Treatment
shipped to any part of the U. S- or cannulas.
Full partieuhns free. Address,
(Established 1863) H. S. IHsnttwAßr,
Lcrrieu Springs, Miclr
TRVIN HOUSE,
(A/iwt antral Hotel In the City, 1 )
COR. MAIN AND JAY ST.,
Lock {fa vcn, l*a.,
S.WOODS CA LD WELL, PROPRIETOR
O0(/l Sam ph< Jtooinx/or Commercial Traveler
on Jlrxt Jloor.
CONSUMPTION CURED
BY
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Ginned 29 lbs. weight In two months.
~ \I ™ ROWHATTAN C. I!„ VA., April, 1860.
Oil. M. MiI. TUN:
Dear Sir— AFFT'R having HORN .SICK twelve
months, AND tried the he-t physicians of the
country without DOING me tin- least .-nod. I tried
your CRUDE IMTItOI.KTLM PILL*. When I
commenced taking them I caughcd almost in
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I weighed lit lbs. After taking the Pill# t\VO
months the cftuvh and night sweats ceased and
had lU> homoh'huges, and WEIGHED ITTILW.
Yours, respect fully,
Kit En. C. DCNK.
Thousands of eases like the above.
Tito Pills are also A positive cure for chronic
Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, and all Lung ami
Throat troubles.
TKI.IL BOXKH 25 CTB. L.IKOK ROXCM (l.'Vi I ills)
11. Sent by mall on receipt of price, with di
rections. Address
LUT. M. BILL,TON,
21-3 M IK VINO, N. Y.
Every Soldier DISABLED in
I li.l SUFIIN, disease, or injury. Is entitled
to pension. Pensions date hack to time of dis
charge or dea'h of soldier. Claims of all de
scription prosecuted. Copies of lost discharges
obtained. Claims bled by attorneys who have
since died, or from other causes have ceased to
practice, FINISHED without delay. Addre.-s, with
stamp, 11. s. BERLIN ARCO.. Attorneys,
„ .. Washington, I>. C.
P. O. Box, >92. 21-3 m
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
Philadelphia & Erie R. R. Div.
SI T MMEII T'LME T. 1 ItLE.
On and nrter SUNDAY, May >th. 18*0, the
trains on the Philadelphia & ERIE Railroad Di
vision will run as follows :
WESTWARD.
ERIE MAIL leaves Philadelphia 11 V. p. in.
•' Harrlsbnrg 4 *2l a. in.
44 Wiiliamsport H.Ha. in.
44 Jeisey Shore. 907 a.m.
44 Lock Haven. 9tOA.ni.
44 -lie novo 11 nua. M
afr. at Erie ? 55 p. in.
NIAGARA KXL 4 . leave* Philadelphia '.tut a.m.
44 llarrtsburg 12 20U. HI.
arr.at Williamsiwut 3 15 p. in.
44 Lock Haven. 4 20 p. in.
FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia .11 50 a. in.
44 .llarrisbuig 335 p.m.
arr. at Wiiliamsport 7 *.'*> p. M.
44 Lock Haven 840 p. NI.
EASTWARD.
PACIFIC EXP. leaves I-ock lIUVMI.. ti ll :. in.
44 Jersey Shore.. 7KM ni.
44 Wiliiamspoit . 71) a. ni.
arr. at llarrisburg ...11 4TA. in.
44 Philadelphia . 311 p. in.
DAY EXPRESS leaves Lo. K Haven. .ll 10 a.m.
" Wiliiaiiigport 12 30 p. m.
44 arr.at Harrislnng .. .4 4OP.m.
44 Philadelphia <! 41 p.m.
ERIK MAIL leaves Renovo K to p. m.
44 Lock Haven 950 p. NI.
4 * 44 ttilliamspoit 11 in p.m.
44 arr. at Hurrishurg 2 41a. in.
44 44 Philadelphia 7 40 a.m.
FAST LINE leaves Wiiliamsport a.m.
44 • arr.at iTarrisburg :: Ia. M.
• 4 44 Philadelphia 7 40a. in.
Erie Mail West an I DIV Express East make
elo e eonneetions AT Northumberland with L.
I'X B. LL 11. trains Loin Wiikeslarie and Scran
ton.
Erie Mail West. Niagara Express West and
Fast Line West make close roniieetion at Wil
liuinspoit with N.C. R. W. trains north.
Niagara I XP-ES* West and Day Express East
make close con-iection at Lock llaicu with H.
E. V. li. IT. trains.
Erie Mail Fas' and West connect at Frio
with trains on .* . ,X. M. S. R. It.; at Com W ith
D. c. X A. V. R- R :AT Emporium with B. N. Y.
& P. It. It., and at ' uiftw.md with A. V. It. It.
I Parlor cars will -tin between Philadelphia
| unit Wiiliamsport n Niagara Express West
and Day Express Kt. Sleeping ears on AL!
night trains.
W!,I. A. BALDWIN, General Sup t.
L H. & S. C. RAIL ROAD.
WESTWARD.
1. 3. 5.
L.T.AVr A.M. P.M. P.M
Mout.indon .7 on 2 oil T>2FL
Lew: DUNG Arrive *7 11 210 031
Lew Dhtirg I-Okve 71-i 2 20
Fair Ground 7 20 2. 'to
ltieiil 7 30 2 40
Yicksburg 731 2 4S
M FDL in mi rg Arrive 710 3(6
Mifllinburg Leave 710 311
Miiluioiit 8 10 3 35
1 aureitou S 20 3 10
Coburn 9 3U
Arrive at Spring Mills LFL IKI
EASTWARD.
2.: 4. FI.
LFAVB A.M* A.M. R. M.
Spring Mills 10 20
cob urn • lo 41
Lanrelton 11 16 4 01
Mnlmont 12 0:1 4 20
Miltiinburg Arrivo 12:10 4 4.!
MtOHnburg Leave 12 30 4 50
V irks burg 12 41 5 05
Biehl 12 52 5 13
Fair Ground J ML 5 IT
Lewisburg Arrive I LO 530
Lewislmrg Leave FI 35 1 20 5 45
Arr.at Moniandon f>so 13T 600
N's. ] \ 2 eonneet rt Montandmi with Erie
Mail west on the Philadelphia & Erie lii.ii
ltnud.
X\s. 3 & 4 with Day Express cast and Niagara
Express west.
Nos. & d with East j.jne west
Aii Omnibus will run letween Eewlsburp and
Mouiandoti, to convey passenger* U> and l ruin
Pari fie Express vast on the Philadelphia & Erie
Itailroad.
The regular Itailroad Tickets will be honored
between these two points.
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OoMEsnw
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is as Fsis h i o ns
Price, SS Ceuti.
They are especially designed fo weef
the requirements of those who desire
to dress well. They are unaurpissed
in Sty le, perfect in Fit, and so eimpla
that they aro readily understood by tho
most inexperienced. Send 50. for cat*
elogue. Address,
, HEW tork.
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FOR
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PIAIY I'iGIRES,
AND
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Spring Hats and Bonnets
IN ALL GRADES!
Ribbons, Silks and
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Feathers & Flowers
AX KM)LESS ASSORTMENT OK
Laces and Embroideries
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to the above.
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