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THURSDAY. JULY 28., 'Bl
THE MILLHEIM JOURNAL
l-i published every Thursday. 111 Minaer*B Build
ing. corner of Main and Penn stiwts at
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vertisements :.ml Tdc.ils 10 cents far line for
first insertion and scents per line for each ad
ditional insertion.
Job Work done on short notice.
itf mttiEß & MM I ITER,
Kditors and Proprietors.
LfenrGh & Sunday School Directory.
. Ev&ri£©lical.
P. C. I Vc'dcmuer and J. AT. Dick, vrcachers.
Rev. P. C. We idem ye r will preach next Sun
morning.
sul.iy School, 2r. M.— M. I. Jamison, supt.
Metliodiat.
AY J. Jicnse nAk fts, Pffei'cher-ln-chargc.
Preaching next Sunday evening.
1 Sunday School hi lU r. M.—W A. Musser, supt.
Reformed.
AVc. C ir K. SitpcU Potior.
Preaching in Aaronsburg next Sunday eve
ning.
United Brethren.
• Rh\ IhUhchn, Preacher-in-ch<trf"~.
Lutheran.
'•Ret\ John Tbmlinton, Pastor.—
United Sunday School.
Elects at 0 K. M —H. E. Duck, supt.
Lofee & Society Directory.
Millheim Lodge. No. £OS, I. O. O. F. meets in
' heir hall, Penn Street, every Saturday evening.
Rebecca Decree Meeting every Thursday on
or before the t'uU moon of each month.
AA. <A DEi'trjfhaiCSec. U. A. BUMILLKR, N. G.
Obange. No. 217 P. of H., meets in
Alexander s block on the second Saturday of
each month at td.>. r. M., and on the fourth Sa
turday of each month at IL. p. M.
D. L.ZKKBY, Sec. A. O. Deintnger, Master.,
The Millheim 11. & L. Association meets in
tiie Penu street school house on the evening ol
the second Monday of each month.
A. WALTER, Sec, B. O. DEININGKR, Prest.
The Millheim Comet Rand meets in the
Town llall on Monday and Thursday evenings.
F. P. OTTO. SEC.. J . F. IURTSK. Pres't.
Announcement.* of Candidates.
The following is our scale of charges for the
announcement of candidates for nomination
by the ensuing Detnocra > c county comenfion—
strictly cn-li in advance: Sheriff, Prothono
-7 irv an.t Treasurer-—ss each; Associate Judge
and Register—W eacn: Commissioner and
Recorder—fl each: Auditor—sl. Candidates
must pi dee themselves to support the ticket
nominate L
TREASURER.
We arc authorized to announce that
8. H. HOLT, of SnawShoe town-hip, is a can
didate for the office of Treasurer, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce th-.t
,T G. M EVER, of Haines township, is a can
didate for the office of Treasurer, subject to
1 lemocratie rules.
We are authorized to announce that
"GEO. W. SPANGLER,of Potter township is a
candidate for the office of Treasurer, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
D C. KELLER, of Potter township, is a can
didate for Hie office of Treasurer, subject to
Democratic rules.
SHERIFF.
"*T_ authorized to announce that
rtGE HOFFEK. of College township, is a
• andidace for the officeof Sheriff, subject to
Democratic rules.
. 'We are authorized to announce that
✓John B. LEATHERS, of Howard township, is
a candidate for the ofl'ice of Sheriff, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
TIIOM AS .J. DUNK EL. of Rush township, is a
c uididftte forthe office of Sheriff, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
JOHN COLDREN, of Gregg township, is a
candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
s. K. FAUST, of Miles townstrip. is a candidate
for the office of Sheriff, subject to Democratic
i ules.
We are authorized to announce that
MICH AEL K EKSTETT ER, of Spring town
ship. is a candidate for the office of Slieriff
S'jhj 'ct to Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
DANIEL T. WIKLAND, ot" Harris township, is
a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
JOSEPH L. NEFF. of Boggs township, is a
candidate for the office of Sheriff,. subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
1,. T. MUNSON. of Bellefonte, is a candidate
f-r the office of Slieriff. subject to Democratic
rules.
PROTHONOTART.
We are authorized to announce that
J. r. HARPER, is a candidate for the office of
Prothouotary, subjects® Democratic rules.
ASSOCIATE JUTKjK.
We are authorized to announce that
JOHN KISHEL, of Potter township, is a ean
didate for the office of Associate Judge, sub
ject to Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
JOHN K. ItUNKLE. of Potter township, is a
candidate for the office of Associate Judge, sub
ject to Deinocrat.c rules.
COMMISSIONER.
We are authorized to announce that
JOHN WOLF,of Miles townihip, is a •candi
date for the office of -Commissioner, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
11. E. DUCK, of Penn township, is a candidate
for the officeof Commissioner, subject to Dem
ocratic rules.
We are autlonized to announce that
JOHN HOY, Jr.. of Marion township, is a can
didate for the office of County Commissioner,
subjeet to Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
A. J. GItIEST, of Unionville, is a candidate for
the office of Commissioner, subject to Demo
cratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
B. H. ARNEY. of Potter township, is a candi
date for the office of Commissioner, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
SAMUEL DECKER, of Walker township is a
candi ate for Commissioner, subject to Demo
cratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
C. ALEXANDER, of Penn township, is a can
didate for Commissioner, subject to Democrat
ic rules.
REGISTER.
We are authorized to announce that
JOE W. FURY, of Bellefonte, is a candidate for
the office ot Register, subject to Democratic
rules.
We are authorized to announce that
T. B. J AMtSON, of Gregg township, is a can
didate for the office oi Register, subject to De
mocratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
J AMES A, McCLAIN, of Boggs township, is a
candidate for the office ol Register, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
HENRY BECK, of Spring township, is a can
didate for the office of Register, subject to
Democratic rule 3.
RECORDER.
We are authorized to announce that
FRANK E. BIBLE, of boring township, is a
candidate for the office of Recorder, subject to
Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that
.TOJIN MYERS, of Harris township, is a can
didate for the office of Recorder, subject to
Democratic lules.
Democratic County Committee. 1
flic following persons have been named as '
members of the Democratic County Committee :
for 18S1.
Bellefonte. W. W
Bellefonte, N. W
Bellefonte, S..W
Miles burg ....
Mil helm
Unionville
Ho ward
ITdiipslmrg
Beiiner
Boggs ;
Burnside
Curtin ....
t'ol.ege
Ferguson, old
Ferguson", new.
Gregg, south
Gregg, north
Halnr.oon
Haines
Harris
Itnwavd -
Huston
Liberty
Mar.on
Miles
Button
Penn.....
Potter, north
Potter, south
Rush
Show' Shoe
Spring...
Taylor
Union
Walker
Worth
Bellefonte, Pa., Feb 1.
JURY LIST FOR AUGUST TERM.
GRAND JURY.
Dav Deiirick. Walker
H A Moore, Howard
Win Wike, Half Moon
Mtrh Pleteher, Liberty
b Williams, Huston
Henry Heaton, Bogus
John Callahan. Rush
John Riddle. Pat ton
G W Swart/, Millheim
L C Reariek. Spring
s A Marshall. Rentier j
Win Young, Worth I
TRAVERSE JURORS—FIRST WEEK.
John Love, Ferguson
W R Camp. Pot'er
O M Sheets, Ferguson
Km'l Peter. College
Lew is Mench Haines
N J McCloskey, Curtin
L it -tones. Worth
J E \N ard, Ferguson
•John Weaver. Harris
E B llosterman. Potter
Geo W Fleck, Boggs
Jos Gill Hand, Potter
Dan K Miller, Marion
W Zimmerman,B'nside
Thomas Lingie. Potter
Dan Gloss nor. Liberty
C M Sellers, PattoM
W Bartholomew.G regg
DW Holt. Phllipsburg
Uriah Stover, Haines
T Walker, Snow shoe
B F Human, Ferguson
W K Mattern. Huston
George Bower, llaines
TRAVERSE JUROItS-SECOND WEEK.
C Dale, Benner
John R;p4ilr. Millheim
J li Holt, Snow shoe
A Cheney, Worth
L T Muiru, Bellerte
G W it heads, Benner
Geo W Wilson, Union
G RSpigelmyer.Haines
Jus p. Lane, Bellefonte
Win Beekwlt'o. Worth
(J M Swartz, Bellefonte
DII Parker. Phillpsb'g
tl F Enierick. Benner
F MeFarlane, Harris
David Evans, Potter
J Duiubleton, hu-h
G D Johnston, Howard
Jas Irviu. Bellefonte
Democratic Delegate Election and
County Convention.
Tin 5 Democratic voters of Centiecounry >vill
meet at the regular place of a >ld:ng the gener
al election for t heir districts, on
SATURDAY, AUGUST 2,1881,
to elect delegates to the Democratic County
Convention. The election will open at two
o'clock p- 111., and close at six p. m.
The delegates chosen at the above time will
meet in the Court House, at Belletonte on
Tuesday, the 9th day <JI August, at twe o'clock
p. m.. to nominate two candidates (or Associate
Judge; one candidate for Sheriff; one candidate
for Prothonotary; one candidate for Treasurer;
one candidate for Register; one candidate (or
Recorder; two candidates for County Commis
sioner: two candidates for Auditor; and to
transact suoii other business as the interest of
the party may require.
The number of delegates to which each dis
trict is entitled is as follows:
BeilefontoW W 1 Haines ft
N W 2 Harris 3
" S W -3 Howard 2
Milesburg 1 Huston - 1
Millheim 2 Liberty ~..2
Unionville 1 Marion 2
Howard bora I Miles 6
Philipsburg 5 Pat ton— 1
Benner 4 1 I'enn 3
Boggs 4 Potter north 3
BurnPide 1 " south 4
Curtin 2 Rush 4
C< liege 2 ' Snow Shoe 3
Ferguson old 3 i * ring 4
" new 1 Taylor 1
Gregg south . r > Union 1
north 2 j Walker - ft
Halfinoou 1 ! Worth 1
al 92
P. GRAY MF.KK,
Chairman Co. Com.
Tha Nation's Patient.
The President took a sudden relapse
on Saturday last, caused by the cessa
tion of the discharge of pus from the
wound, which made a surgical opera
tion necessary to relieve the patient.
The operation was performed and the
president 'afterward rested well and
showed signs of improvement. Since
then he is getting along as well as
could possibly be expected, but it is
useless to conceal the fact that he is in
a critical -condit ion notwithstanding
the high hopes that had been enter
tained of his speedy recovery. His
case is not hopeless, although he is
subject to sudden and dangerous
changes. Under Providence and the
most skillful medical treatment his life
may be spared, but this ho|>e must be
based more on faith than on sight. The
latest official wews as to the Presi
dent's precise condition is given in the
following telegram by Secretary Blaine:
WASHINGTON, July 26.— Secretary
Blaine sent the follow ing telegram at
11 o,clock p. m., "Lowel], Minister,
London: At 11 o'clock p. m., the
president's physicians report the
temperature and respiration normal and
pulse 96, liest report at the same hour
for five nights. The entire day has
been most encouraging and a feeling of
confidence is rapidly returning."

His Name is Lapham.
The long and disgracefml struggle
at Albany has at last ended in the e
lection of Judge Lapham for U. S.
Senator in place of Roscoe Conkling,
resigned. The final ballot was takerf
last Thursday at 4 o'clock, p. M., and
stood for Lapham, 92, Potter, 40.
Like Miller, his colleague, Mr. Lap
ham hardly comes up to the medium
size, intellectually. Both are notorious
ly unfit to represent the great state of
New York iu the Senate of the United
States. Lapham has served three
terms in congress but has not made
himself conspicuous in any way. It
really seems that the Republican party
cares very little these later years wheth
er theii senators have talent, ability,
culture or integrity, if they only pos
sess lots of money and are good polit
ical bosses. "Sdwene Zeita i."
Nicholas Redding.
( ti.vVles -rhrader.
I'Mwxr I Brown, Jr.
() P Kreamer.
D LZerbv.
A Toner 1 .eat hers.
George Wl*tar.
A J Graham.
Jerry Roan.
James \ McClaln.
Oscar Holt.
John McClosky.
Jacob Bottorf.
Joliu T. M eUormick.
Allies Walker.
Henry Krumrlno. Sr.
.Utiles D(i, k.
John Waul.
Solomon Ettlinger.
John A Rupn.
John A Dnnkle.
Henry Hale.
W II Gardner.
lAivry Ccndo.
Samuel'k Faust.
John lteed.
,ohr st Alexander,
.iolin Shannon.
James Me' Untie.
John Doniau.
Abel Campbell.
John Noll.
William Ualderwood.
SK meriek.
Ambrose McMullen.
Marshall Lewis.
P. fir AY MKI K.
Chairman.
- I
J MussetVJr, Ferguson
J \> itnier Wolf, Potter
Jac K stover, Haines
1> B Malpne, Boggs
John B Bi titer, Potter
Peter ltobh, Curtin
F P Rlusser, Millheim
J Gunsuulus.Snnwsltoe
T Brumgard, Miles
i Y' McCormick.Jr.J'o'r
j J i> Roekev, Benner
1 Conrad Singer, Curtin
J Cronister, Halt Moon
J A ('rider, Boggs
J S Boal, Harris
Constans Curtin,Boggs
S Mattern, Halt' Moon
Henry Wolf. Miles
John Gingrich, Worth
Win Stiver, Potter
John F Miller. Potter
K Poorman,Snow Shoe
Wm A Kerr, Potter
Geo Kauffnum. Spvtitg
AaronUlricli, Penn
Geo Martz, College
DLZerby, Penn
Iziwrey Snope, Boggs
W Cleveustme.Waiker
Wm Bradford, Harris
Ed Krumrine. Gregg
Hiram Blowers, Taylor
Fergus Potter, Harris
.1 Confer. Jr., Harriss
Daniel Roush, Miles
\V C banner, Potter
lien Emeriek. Gregg
! Jacob II Wile, Haines
i j B Mitchell, Ferguson
j John Ruth, Miles
I E Zimmerman, Boggs
! D Dunkle, Sr., Walker
; IIL Harvey, Boggs
; .1 tl Jones, Wort .
j Dan Beanes. Taylor
D 7. Kline. Bellefonte
I A1 Jones, l'hillpsburg
WII Wilkinson.Belief
> Chas Holt, snow Shoe
Sain'l Bat hurst, Boggs
C Eckeuroth, Spring
A J Shivery. Benner
John Luth, Spring
Dau A G rove, College
A ChancJlor a Free Scholar
ship in the State College.
STATE COLLEGE, CENTRE CO., PA., )
July H, 1881. }
To HON. CYRUS T ALEXANDER,
Bellefonte, P;.
Dear sir: The Exrcutive Commit
tee of the Board of Trustees of t tie
Pennsylvania Stat* College have de
termined to establish lifty (:">0) free
scholarships in the institution—one
for each senatorial district in the
State. All tuition, in the College is
already free. These scholarships, in
addition to the tuition, will entitle the
holders thereof to exemption for the
payment of other college charges, for
incidentals, room, rent, fuel, and use
of furnituie.
It is believed that this can be done
without adding materially to the ex
penses of the Institution, whilst its
benefits will be enlarged to the extent
of these scholarships.
The conditions are, that the scholar,
after a competitive examination of the
studies required for admission, receive
the appointment from the Senator of
his distiict, and that said scholar be
at least fifteen (Ift) yeais of age, of
good character, and fully prepared tor
admission to the Freshman class. The
student so appointed shall be entitled
to the benefits of his scholarship for
the four years of his college course,
provided that his conduct and class
standing be satisfactory to the Faculty.
So soon as a vacancy occurs, from any
cause, the Senator of the district shall
have authority to fill the scholarship
by a new appointment, under similar
conditions.
In view of these facts, you will ar
range for an examination for the year
1881-S- are, for all applicants, ti o Com
mon English branches, Physical
Geography, Higher Algebra to ((Quad
ratics), Geometry (4 books), and U. S.
History. The social requirements of
applicants for admission to the Scien
tific course will be the elements of
Natural Philosophy; the special re
quirements made of Classical students
are Ciesar (3 hooks), Cicero's Orations
(3], and Xeuophon's Anabasis. A
student whose qualifications fall, in
some respects, below the standard, bu*
are in others so much above that stand
ard as to give a reasonable hope that
he will make up his deficiencies, may
be admitted on probation . Should no
one present himself who is entitled to
enter as a Freshman, a well qualified
applicant for higher class standing may
be admitted.
As soon as the appointment shall
have been made in your district, you
will please notify the college, authori
ties of the fact, giving the name and
address of the appointee.
Although our standard of admission
to the college classes will be higher af
ter the coming session, and special
course in Civil Engineering, Chemistry
and Pnysic, a r.d Natural Science have
beea added to the courses recognized in
the present catalogue, I forward a
copy of that catalogue as giving, on
pages 18 and SO, a correct idea of the
preparation required cf those who
would now enter as Fieshmen. We
shall be glad to furnish any further
information concerning th : s or other
matters relating to the College.
Requesting your early and hearty co
operation in securing, fur your
"scholarship," the best student availa
ble,
I remain, yours respectfully,
JAS. A. MCKEK, Acting Preset.
In compliance with the request con
tained in above letter I give notice
that I have selected an impartial com
mittee of examiners, which commit
tee will meet in the Court llonso at
Bellefonte, on Friday, 19th of August
next, to examine all such applicants as
may appear before them. The person
whom the committee recommends will
receive the appointment. Applicants
will please notify mo of their intention
to be present before the day of examin
ation. Respectfully,
C. T. ALEXANDER.
WASHINGTON LETTER.
Washington, I). C\. July 23rd, 1881.
The quarrel among New York Republicans,
so far as the cholse of a Sejiator in place of 19r.
Conkling could end it, is ended and most of us,
of all parties, are ready to say as the President
did, "Thank God." No political contest of onr
times lias developed so much corruption among
rival politicians, and the exposures of the sev
eral rival factions, were finally stopped only by
the imperious necessity of st-lfpreservation. It
is impossible to tell just how much damage has
been done to Mr. Conkling by his defeat, but
the State has been disgraced and the Republi
can party so demoralized that there is no rea
sonable hope of harmony hereafter. The". Dem
ocrats ougqt to carry the State this fall by a
good majority. In fact, In the three great
States of New York, Virginia and Ohio, in
which events important in their bearing on the
next election have oecured, the Democratic
prospects are excellent.
A private despatch from a member of Justice
Nathan Clifford's family says the honored
jurist cannot possibly live more than a few*
days. He it the last of the Democratic appoint
ments to the Supreme bench, having Iwn ap
pointed by President Buclia nan in 18-"8. Of the
Justices selected by Republican
many have subsequently acted with the Dem
ocrats, notably Chief Justice Chase, David
Davis, and Stephen J. Field. Justice Clifford
is most highly respected In all walks of life.
There has beeu prepared at the Treasury
Department a history of Civil Ser vices reform
under the act of 1871. All will remember the
gorgeous promises and the shriveled perform
ance of our Republican friends on this subject.
The very Committee appointed to prepare a
scheme of reform drew pay for services never
rendered- From 1872, the year reform was
born, to the present time, the country has
seen all sorts of corruption in its civil service.
Each political campaign has turned the em
ployes of the 'government into workers for
party instead of for the United States, and the
whisky rings and other countless frauds have
gone unpunished. An accurate history of all
this would be accurate reading, but I suppose
the Treasury will glye us ouly a statement of
the formal action taken by the committee of
1871, with notices of such fragmentary efforts
as have been made by a few officials to benefit
the service, by compliance with rules then laid
down.
The President is slowly, but, the physicians
say, surely recovering. His extreme prostra
tion is shown by the fact that a very little con
versation increases his fever greatly. The
physicians have in contemplation a trip down
the Potomac, but aro so far unable to fix a day
for it to commence. CASKOLL.
La.UIIILROAD.
TRAINS LEAVE WESTWARD.
13 5 7
A. M. A. M, P. M. I'. M.
Moutatnlon 7.00 9.43 2.20 0.45
Lcw iwhui gar 7.13 10.00 2.35 7.00
Lcwisbui'ir Iv 7.2.)
Pair Ground 7.30 10.0G 2.40
Weill 7.41 10.21 2.51
Viokslnng 7.47 10,30 2.57
Mitlhuburg S.OB 10.51 3.13
Milimont 0,25 11.20 3.35
Luurelton. H,35ar11.35 3.40
Wicker Run 9.00 4.11
Cherry Run 9,17 4.30
Fowler 9.37 4.50
Coburn 9.48 5.02
'Spring Mlils 10.J{4 ■, ur 5.30
TRAINS LEAVE EASTWARD.
2 4 0 8
A. M. A. M. I*. M. P. M.
Montnndon 0,50 ur9.30iu*1.20 u rtlHO
Lcwisbuig 0.33 9.15 1.03 0.15
Fair Ground 9.10 1,00 6,10
Blehl 9.01 12.4H 6.00
Yickshurg 8.56 12.42 5.55
M illliuluirg 8.43 12.25 5.40
Milimont 8.25 12.02 6.20
Laurelton 8.15 11 50 5.10
Wikor Run 7.48 4.47
( berry Run 7.31 4.30
Fowler 7.10 4.10
Ccburn ....... - 0.58 -i.oo
Spring Mills 0.30 3.H0
Trains Nos. 1 and i connect at Montandoii
with Erie Mail west for Williamsport, lawk
Haven, Kane, Corr.v and Erie, and Buffalo and
Niagara Falls yni Emporium, also Kim Ira. Wat
kins. Buffalo and Niagara Falls via Canandal
gua.
Nos. 3 and 4 connect with Pacific Rzpicss
cast for Harrishurg, Baltimore, Washington,
Philadelphia and New York.
Nos. 5 and 6 connect with Day Exoress east
for Hairlsbuig. Baltimore, Washington, Phil,
luiclpliia and New York, uud Niagara Express
west f<r Williamsport, Uick Haven and lien
ovo,Tyrone, Altooua and Pittsburg via Lock
Haven, also Kliiura, Watkins and Buffalo, and
Niagara Falls via Cuuaudaig.ua.
Nos. 7 and 8 connect with Fast Line west for
Willlums{>ort and Lock Haven.
No. 8 also connects with Erie Mail east for
llurrisburg, Baltimore, Washington, l'lilladel
phla and New York.
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD.
Philadelphia <fe Erie R. R. Div.
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
On and after SUNDAY, June 12th, 1881, the
trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Railroad Di
vision will run as follows :
westward.
ERIK MAIL leaves Phihuhtlphla 11 55 p. m.
" 44 Harrishurg 445 a.m.
" " Williamsport tbma.'m.
44 44 .Jersey Shore. 9 09a.m.
44 44 Lock Haven- 940 a. in.
44 • Rcnoyo II 05 a .m
44 arr. at Erie ?45 p. in.
NIAGARA KXP. leaves' Philadelphia you a. m.
44 ,4 Harrishuig 72 15 p. in.
44 arr.at Williamsport 3 15 p. m.
44 44 Lock Haven. 430 p. m.
44 44 Re novo 530 p. in.
• 4 44 Kane 10.05 a. m.
FAST LINK leaves Philadelphia .1210 p. m.
44 Harrishurg 400 p.m.
44 arr. at'Willlamspnrt 7 55 p.m.
44 44 Lock Uuveil 910 p. m.
EASTWARD.
PACIFIC EXP.leaves lawk Ilnvcn.. 7 05 a. m.
44 " Jei-sey Shore.. 737 a in.
44 44 Wllliuinsport. 820a. m.
41 arr.at Harrishurg...l2 05p. ui.
44 44 Philadelphia. 3 20p.m.
44 44 Kane 6 00 a. m.
DAY EXPRESS leaves lan k Haven. .11 25 a, in.
44 44 Williamsport 12 25 p. m.
44 arr. at Harrishurg .. 3 40 p. in.
44 44 Philadelphia 645 p. m.
14 44 Eric 1135 a. ill.
ERIE MAlLlehves Rcnovo 9 on p. m
44 Lock Haven lo 10 p. n.
44 44 wiliiamspoit 1130 p. m.
44 air. at Harrishurg 3 00 a. m.
44 44 Philadelphia 735 a. in.
FAST LINE leaves Williamsport 1215 a. in.
44 arr. at Harrishurg 315 a. in.
44 44 Philadelphia 735 a, ni.
Erie Mail and Fast Line and Pacific Express
East make close connections at Northumber.
land with L. & B. It R. trains lor Wilkes)ane
and Scranton.
Erie Mall West, Niagara Express West and
Fast Line West make dose connection at Wil
liamsport with N.C. K. W. trains north.
Niagara Express West and Day Express East
make eloe connection at Lock Haven with B.
K. V. It. It. trains.
Erie Mail Eas* aiul West connect at Erie
with trains on L. P. & M. S. R. R.; atCorry with
B. l\ N W. R- h : ut Emporium with B. N. Y.
& P. K. It., and at 'hiltwuod with A. V. It. It.
Parlor cars w ill -un between Philadelphia
and Williftinsport n Niagara Express West
and Day Express E;.St. oars on all
night train 4 4. .
WM. A. BALDWIN, General Sup t.
CENfRE HALL
jfurniture
WM. R. GAMP,
PROPRIETOR.
Walnut & Fancy Chamber
Suits, Lounges.
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Sinks,
WABUSTASDS,
Parlor Tables, Breakfast
Tables, Extension
Tables, Wood and Cane
Seat Chairs, Mat
tresses, Spring Beds, and
everything else in the Furniture
line at tiro lowest prices. I
hope to merit the patronage of
the public by good work and
moderate prices. Please
call and see my stock be
fore vou"go out ,of your
own valley for your
furniture. You can
do fully as well at
home as you can
anywhere else.
TRY IMZiE !
JOHN S. FISHER,
Manufacturer of
CARRIAGES,
SPRING WAGONS,
BUGGIES,
SLEIGHS.
REBERSBURG, PENNA.
FARMERS'
I
Supply Store.
OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS.
The most complete plow made. Light run
ning and durable. Price reduced Three shaves
—share for ordinary plowing; "B. N," share
for dry ground, and "S " share tor hard lked
soil orstonv land, chilled and polished ; pilce
f>U cents each. It IB the best plow In the world
for plowing dry baked or gravely soil. \VV
challenge auy other pl-jw to compete with It.
Grain Drill.
The very best; gum spring, rear shifter, fer
tilizer attachment, with other Improvements.
Lowest prices.
"Focder Oat tor.
Cuts and crushes fodder. Warranted to do
more satisfactory crushing than any oilier fod
dep-jottcr made. Will also cut Hay and Straw.
* 4
Farmor's Chop Mills,
Cider Mills with Presses,*" hand or horse pow
er. Washing Machines, easily operated; h boy
or girl of 14 years can do twice as much washing
with half the labor that an adult cau do.
The Boet Clothes Washer,
warranted for 6 vcars, ami satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded. The beet. ru<>*t efficient
and most durable washer in (he world, "it has
no rival and is the only inasldne that will vnush
r/erfectly clean without rubt>in(/. It can be used
In any size tub, or shifted from one tub to an
other In a moment. Is so simple and easv oper
ated that the most delicate lady, or child 10
years old can do the work. It is made of Gal.
vanized Iron and is the only washer that has
the HuN>er Band s on the Holler* which prevent
the breaking of buttons and injury to clothes.
Price very low.
No Family can afford t-o do without it.
Throshors and Separators.
The G EISER Thresher and Separator, fori
to 10 horses. The HEKBXKR Level-tread
Power and separator for 1 and 2 horses.
BeilS.
Farm, school and Church Bel's, of the mos,*
niproved make at very low prices.
Sewing- Machines.
Wc sell a *4O machine for *2O.
We sell a *4-5 machine for *23.
We sell a *SO machine for *25.
We sell a *53 machine for $27.50,
Wc sell a*> 9 machine for $lO.
Warranted to lie new. first class machines in
every respect. It pays farmers and others to
come to our store to buy their supplies.
Conklin Wagons.
Buggies, Carriages, and Platform Spring
Wagons.
Two-horse Cultivators.
For cultivating fallows, at very low prices.
Corn Shelters, Straw
Cutters, Spring-Toothed
Harrows,
And a full line of Farm Implements always
on hand. Call and see the GIANT CROSS-CUT
in operation.
Store opposite Bush House, Bellefontc, Pa.
ALEXANDER & CO.
k THE NEW VICTOR.
SIMPLICITY SIMPLIFIED!;
Improvements September/1878.
| Notwithstanding tho VICTOR has long boen tho
IfliAfKiP MM P eor ftn y Sewing Machine in the market—a fact
•Br fI supported by a host of volunteer witnesses —we now
if IwW™ confidently claim for it greater simplicity,'
11 11 a wonderful redaction of friction ana a rara
H jHnfflHHB combination of desirable qualities. Its shut-
If tie is a beautiful specimen of mechanism,
takes rank with the highestat&ievemetrt®
j ' J *3'' WSft H| nf Inventive gonitis. Note. —Wedonotleasa
I if ,*> x* r consirn Machines, therefore, imY©_ no old
\BLsones to patch up and re-varnish for on*
We Sell New Machines Every Tim;
Rend for Illustrated Circular and prices. Liberal terms to tho trade. 2>on*t M|p
nntil you have seen the
Most Elegant, Simple and Easy' Running Machine
Market.—The Ever Reliable VICTOR.
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE COMPANY, '
Western Branch Office, 236 STATX ST., CHICAOO, Luu MIDDLETOWN, CONNS
FOR
Boots Shoes, and Sliders
GO TO
KAMFS
BOOT & SHOT STOKE
when visiting Ixn-k Haven,
and look at the
Largest and Cheapest Stork
OF
HOOTS & SHOES
in Central Pennsylvania.
My Motto is
'lairge Sales and Small Profits.'
JACOB KAMP,
TITR BOOT a HfcOß MAN Or
LOCK HAVEN.
JOHN F. HARTER,
PRACTICAL DENTIST,
Office on 2cil story of Tonr!inson , s
Groceiy Store, on Main Street,
C
MILLHEIM, PA.
JL> F.KTSTER,
FASHIONABLE BOOT & SHOEMAKER,
MILLHEIM, PA.
Shop next iloor to Foote'sstore, Main St.
BOOTS, SHOES and GAITERS
made to order, and satisfactory work
guaranteed. Repairing done prompt
ly and cheaply, and in a neat style.
J FC. SPRINGER,
FASHIONABLE BARBER,
Next door to Journal Store,
MILLHEIM, PA.
JGROCKERHOFF HOUSE,
(Opposite Court House.)
11. BROCK ERHOFF* WM. NCKKKYER,
Proprietor. Manager.
Good sample rooms on first floor.
Free Bus to and from all trains.
Special rates to Jurors and Wltnesses.
STRICTLY FIRST CLASS.
TRVIN HOUSE,
JL (Most Central Hotel in the City,)
COR. MAIN AND JAY ST.,
Lock Haven, Pa.,
S.WOODS UAL WE LL, FROPRIETO R
Oodßampte Rooms for Commercial Traveler
on first fioor.
W FREE BY MAIL.
ONDERFUL CURES
IIOL'EJ.ESS CASES OF
CONSUMPTION
Bronchitis. Asthma. Catarrh, Dyspepsia, De
bility and All Chronic Diseases. 20 years of
great experience. 2.000 hopeless cases cured.
Astonishing discovery of new treatment to
lulcly fatten, make blood and build up the sys-
Item. Invalids caused to eat and digest enor
mously and gain 3 to 5 pounds per week.
lYital and healing force is rapidly and power
fully increased. New life ana vigor imparled
ie first few (lavs. Severest cases of Con-B
sumption, bed hist and given up to die, curedß
In 2to 3 months. Inflamation in the LungsH
removed, Hectic Fever and Night Sweats, an<
Cough made loose, and easy, or checked in 3o
hours. The t eatmeut exonerates, exalts, a
rouses all organs into healthy vigorous opera
tion. It is also tho greatest cure on earth for
Liver, Kidney, Heart, Head, Blood Skin Fe
male and Nervous Diseases, Seminal Weak
ness, all diseases of children, and the Opium
Habit. We are honest in our offer, and earn
estly invite you to write or come before it is
too late, no matter what your disease, even if
abandoned bv the ablest physicians. Describe
your case. Trial free to all who come here. A
trial back age of our medicihes worth $2 tofrl
sent by mail to all who send us the names and
addresses of all afflicted in their vicinity and
5 cents to nostage, B. S. DISPENSARY,
errieu Springs, Mich.
WOULD YOU BE RESTORED TO SOUND
MANHOOD? A Cure Guaranteed. Sufferers
from the above disease (Nervous Debility) will find
E:rmanent relief from the use of EGAN'S COMPOUND
LXXIR and ORGANIC PILLS. Not a quack nostrum
but the genuine prescription used in my regular prac
tice for the past seven years. Elixir, $2 per package
or 3 for $4. Pills $1 per box, or 3.f? r v - Severe
cases require 3 to 5 bottles of the Elixir, with two or
three boxes of the pills. Goods sent to s.ny address
pn receipt of pticc. J. Y. EG AN,
Y,
hais JUST RECEIVED AND UNPACKED HATS
KA.IS My New Spring' Stock of HAM
HATS JVITT ,T .msr -EIR,y GOOIDS, niTS
Which Embraces all the new styles and colors, including the very fashionable
fIATS
LEGHORN, FRENCH CHIP, AMERICAN CHIP, STRAW, PORCUPINE, TUSCAN JUT* S
BRAID, AC., which I have tu great my_;;tore IIATS
PENN SETEET, MILLHEIM, PA. j
HATS • IIATS ;
HATS II ITS
I can su it all purses as I sell both cheap and costly goods. j
Tiimmed Hats and Bonnets. Untriimncd Goods. Silk rimmings, !
HATS Artificial Flowers, and everything desirable in :ny line. Your trade re- WATS
HATS spectfully solicited. MBS. ANNA M. WEAVU. IIATS |
EXCELSIOR
STEAM DYE WCFKS
LEWISBURG, PA.
W. Davis,
Proprietor.
My Factory lias all the machinery and facili
ties of a first class establishment of its kind.
My experience in the business extends over
many years, both 111 this country and in Europe,
and am therefore enabled to do strictly first
class work at moderadc prices.
THE JOURNAL STORE,
MiUheim, Pa.,
has accepted an agency from me. All goods
brought there for dying will be returned free
of extra charge.
PENNSYLVANIA COLLEGE
Gettysburg, Pa.
The Faculty and Instructors are the following:
Milton Valentine, D. D.,
President and Professor of Intellectual and
Moral Science.
Luther Henry Croll, A. M.,
Professor ofMathematics and Astronomy.
Rev. Adam Martin, A. M.,
Professor of the German Language and Litera
ture, and of Greek.
Rev. Henry Eystcr Jacobs, D. D.,
Franklin Professor of the Ancient Languages
John A. Hlmcs, A. M.,
Gracff Professor of the English Language and
Literature, and of History.
| Rev. Philip M. Blkle, A. M.,
Ockershausen Professor of Phisics and of Lat
in. And others.
The Model Grocery.
S. P. KERSTETTER,
Proprietor.
MARKET STREET, LEWISBDRG, PA.
\ Dealer in first class Groceries of ait
1 kinds, Flour and Feed, Wood and
[ Will w Waie.
' Queenswarc a Speciality.
sell a White Granite Tea Sett, 46
pieces, for I*3oo. All other Queens ware
in proportion.
Just received the finest lot of Chini
Ware ever brought to this place.
If you come to Lewisburg dont
fail to give me a call and get the best
bargains you eyer had.

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