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TfICRSPAY. JUNE 15., 1882. ■HMflttßl 4 BIMILLER, Kdilors and Proprietors. Local Department. —Our Town Council will meet next II r.dsy evening. —lt is thought that the huckleberry crop will be plentiful. —About six hundred hands are at w-ikon the new rail road between Ssnbury and Lewisburg. —Reed the new rail road time table. Trains leave Coburn at 6.18 in the m rcii g and 2.20 in the afternoon. —The Mckean county court grant -1 seventeen divorces the other week. ShamcfuL —Mrs. John Tonner, of Beech Creek, was here last week on a visit to her pa rents, Sheriff Musser's. —Money sold at 17 per cent, premi um at the regular meeting of the B. A L. Association on Monday evening. —Col. J icob Wolf left for Schuylkill cocnty, on Monday morning. Guess he heard of sums "nice horse" down t'iere that he would like to see. —Mr. John Yarger and lady, of HartleUm, were here this week on a visit toll. 11. Tomlinsou's. They ap pear hale and hearty. —Plnlipsburg wants a town clock. Getting Vr.vj out there. Next they will want elevated rail roads, electric lights, and ricit. A corner stone for a new Evangel i-al church will be laid at Cowan, Union county, next Sunday. Rev. Benjamin llengst, Of Lewisburg, will officiate. —John R. Bair offers his services to to the public as horse doctor, lie has y.urs o* experience in lire bnsiucss and will *o Ins utmost to give satisfaction to all that will patronise him. 3t —A anbury chap got so mad that he sid the business men of that town are tyo stinking stingy to provide a street spunkier. That fellow might hurt somebody. Frof. S. S. Breidenbangli of Get tysburg, is hereby tendered our thanks f.*r in invitation to attend the Semi- C nte nial Celebration of Pennsylva nia College. -Next Saturday a basket picnic will b? field in Keen's Grove about one and . ha! mile west of Millheim by thej Viiia Valley Picnic Association. See •ills for particulars. —The administrators of Adam Zer y, JtK*3L--d, will ofer s >rne valuable jperty at public sale ou Saturday Aug • . See notice ia an other column rd sale bills. ts —Our friend D. 11. Rote took sick ile clerking Dr. Musser's adminis alor's sale on Saturday evening. We re glad to state ho wever that Dau is pretty well over it again. "he assessed valuation of all the : ,al d personal pioperty in Clinton r* \ onDts to $3,946,441. About *'O.A 009, would be much nearer the truth. V ANTED —A good jour shoemaker, sober, industrious habits, able to ike all kinds of work. Apply to B. F. KISTER, Millheim, Pa. -The sale of the personal effects of -D. Foote, deceased, will be re ed on Saturday, anl will then ably close. Quite a variety of js will be sold, among which is a nd:d iron safe. IN EE REASONS.— The reasons Doll V igle, in Bellefonte, do such a ng business in boots and shoes, . -flrst their stock is of the idly, their prices aie the very low and thirdly, they are liberal adver rs and square men to deal with. ~ Gorges Valley has a flourishing lay School with a membership of - It meets in the church about a r.south from Spring Mills. If there v.i Other rural Sunday School in Cen county so well attended we would 'ike to hear from it. -Tie family of Mr. Nelson Diefen it :fer of White Deer township, Union lost four children by death within 7 weeks, all carried away by that - d disease, scarlet fever. The first im was a son aged *2O. The others we 8, 6 and 4 years old respectively. —A new post office has been estab sd at Farmers' Mills, and very ap ariately named Formers'* Mills. friend Jhn S. Auman, is appoint 3)st Master. This new office will modate a pretty large communi nd will be a great convenience tothe rle of that neigh borhood. —Oar neighboring town, Lock Ila x*: 13 making preparations to cele a r the "Glorious Fourth" on a 1 scale. Seven fire companios ITanisburg, Reading, Tyrone and -_. irv, will be present, and others been invited. Rev. J. Max Lantz i liver the oration, and Miss Lau tier, the celebrated elecutionist, ad the Declaration of Independ- Lock Haven expects to have a v -p U y of it. , —The performances rendered by Main's Colliseum at their two exhibi tions last Friday, as well as their de cent and orderly conduct while hero deserve all credit. The canvass was crowded both afternoon and evening and everybody was pleased and satisfi ed and speaks favorable of Main's cir cus. The town was thronged with people but no disturbances of any kind took place. —You can get not only entire suits at Lewin's Philadelphia Branch, in llello foute, but single garments of any kind, whether mentionablo or unmentionable. Hats and caps, collars and ties, and e ven umbrellas, all at the lowest price and to rich and poor alike. No better place anywhere to get your sum mer supplies of clothing for yourself and your sons, than the Philadelphia Branch. 2t —lt affords us much pleasure to call the attention of our readers to the school statement for Millheiin Borough for the year ending June 6th, instant. It shows that the tax duplicate WHS fully settled for, that exonerations were but a trifle, that all debts were paid—including the painting of our school houses— and that there is a cash balance of 8248.65 in the treasury. This is what we call business, and we hope our town council tn.*v imitate the good example of tho school board and take mesisure to settle up all outstand ing duplicate and taxes. Let there be a full squaring up of our municipal affairs every yea**-. TIIE COUNTY ROADS.— WouId it not be well if every township would construct, say one or two miles of good hard stoned road every year. This would cost comparatively a small sum, and would in a few years place the road of a township in superb condi tion. There is always much stir made during the early Spring when many of the roads in the Country districts are so impassable, in relation to providing hard beds for the principal highways, but when the season advances, aud the frost has disappeared, And the holes and ruts are Oiled up by gravel, the idea vanishes until another season of deep mud comes around, when the sub ject is again agitated.— Ex. ENTERTAINMENT.— The public is resi>eetfully invited to attend a Sunday School Entertainment in the Reformed Church, Aaronsburg, on Saturday Eve ning, June 24th, 1882. The Pro gramme will consist of Dialogues and Recitations interspersed with select music, vocal and instrumental, under the leadership of Prof. William T. Meveis assisted by Dr. John F. llar ter, Corneter, Mr. B. F. Kister, Pic colist, and Dr. J. J. Deshler, Clanrwt ist. Admission—2o cents for adults, and 10 cents for children under 12 years. Proceeds for the replenishing of the S. S. Library. Doors open at 7 o'clock, entertain ment to begin at S. order cf the Committee. —"We received a private letter from Rev. J. A. Bright, of Ellswoith, Kin sas, under date of June 3rd, in which he states that he and Lis family feel content and satisfied in their new west ern home. He speaks in warm terras of the kindness and good social dispo sition of the people. His charge extends from Ellsworth to Lincoln Centre, near which Mr. Philiy B. Stover resides—a distance of twenty-five miles. Concerning the prospects for good crops Mr. Bright writes: "For the last few years crops bavj not been very good in Kansas, but this year makes up for it all. Wheat, rye, oats, corn and potatoes all look fine. The peach crop will also be heavy. Folks here have already been eating ripe poaches, cherries, plums and strawberries for over a week, brought from the gulf states and sold at enormous prices. I also saw some new potatoes from Tex as the other day, very fine, and cost only $3.6') per bushel." THE VERDICT OF THE JURY. We have just received a copy of the most popular piece of music ever pub lished in this country, called the "Ver dict March," composed by Eugene L. Blake. It is written in an easy style, so that it can be played on either piano or organ. The title page is very haud some, containing correct portraits of Hon. Ceo. B. Uorkhill, HOD. J. K. Porter, and Judge W. S. Cox; also a correct picture of the twelve jurymen who convicted the assassin of our late beloved President. This piece of raUsic should be found in every house hold throughout the entire country. Price, 40 cents per copy, or 3 copies for sl. Postage stamps taken as cur rency. Address all orders to F. W. Helmick, Music Publisher, ISO Elm, Cincinnati, O. Sews Miscellany. Some men will not take a political paper and never read au article on pol itics. They therefore know 110 more about the system of government under which they live and which protects their person and their property than a mule knows of astronomy. If all men were like them society would eventu ally relapse into barbarism and physic al might again become the law of of right. The man who does not care to inform himself sufficiently as to be able to exercise the privilege of suff rage intelligently does not deserve to live under a government where the people choose their own rulers and make and unmake their own laws.— E:c From almost every part of tho great west comes the cheering news that the prospects for good crops never were bet ter. Two foolish editors down in New Orleans shot at each other until one of them received a ball through both legs. It was dono to vindicate their honor. The old court house at Fbensburg, Cambria county, was recently sold at public auction tor $52, while the jail brought only SSO. The New York World has oT lite been paying great attention to the crops throughout the United States, and from carefully prepared reports receiv ed from all sections it appears that tho outlook is most promising for a largely increased yield. The cereals especi ally are doing well and have been little injured by the unpropitious weather of the winter and spring. This will be good news to all classes of people. A Fatal Fight Between Two Girls. LUMUEKTON, N. C., Juno 4.—There was a terrible tight in Sr. Paul's town ship yesterday net we en two girls, on account of a young man, which result ed in Francis McNair plunging a dirk into Jane McKellar's heart. They fought each other like tigresses and the McKellar girl had nearly succeeded in Miss McNair to death, when the latter, with a r 5 nil effort, re leased herself and stabbed her opponent and then swooned across the b uly. Ex-Governor Moses Sentenced. NEW YORK, June 6. —Franklin J. Moses, ex Governor of South Carolina, pleaded guilty to-day in the Court of General Sessions to petit larceny. The plea was accepted by the District At torney, and Judge Gildersleeve sentenc ed Moses to the Penitentiary for six months. Moses who is forty years of age and claims to reside in West Twen ty-fouith street, was indicted for obtain ing by false representations §32 from Dr. Nathan Bozerman, of Fifth ave uue, in February. A LEADVILLK SCENE.— A strangely tragical scene was wittnesseil in Lead yille a few days since. As a policeman was taking D. W. Fresher to the jail on a charge of robbing Robert Barta moss, the latter appeared on the street, and Fresher broke away, drew a revol ver, aul tired at Bartamoss. The ball hit him in the right breast and passed through his body. Bartamoss stood motionless for about a minute, and then, raising a rills which lie was car rying, fired at Fresher, the ball strik ing him in the heart. The street was crowded at the time. A bill in equity has been filed in the York County Court against the officers and directors of the Southern Pennsyl vania Mutual Relief Association, of Hanover, Pa. The complainants are Jacob and Mary Minter, who in then bill allege all sorts of fraud and decep tion and set forth that in May, 1880, a policy for §3,000 was issued on the life of Elizabeth Kohler, which, with the knowledge and consent of the company was transferred to complainants; that six months later the assured died, aud though complainants had paid in as sessments over §4t>o they received no benefit money. The case borrows in terest in that it will be a test as to the responsibility of the officers, and if de cided In favor of plaintiffs hundreds af similar suits will follow- MISDEEDS IN MISSOURI. Six Mounted Men Rob a Bank : at Brookfield. in Daylight, i KANSAS CITY, MO., June B.—Par-! ticulars are received of an attack on the bank of Brookfleld yesterday by six armed and mounted men, who rode in to the town of Brookfield just as the bank Was closing for tho day, dis mounted, and covering the clerks with with their revo'vers, robbed the safe of about $5,000. They kept up a rapid fusillade with their firearms as they rode throgh tte place, overawing the townspeople. The men wore all mask ed. The county sheriff and marshal organized a posse as speedily as possi ble and went after t lie robbers. Dick Little.ex-MarMial Leggett and others of this city, who are familiar with the James gang, think that Frank James was unconnected with the affair, al though they admit the job was done up in the James boys' style. It is claimed that Frank is not in the neighborhood. There is plenty of tall timber near Brookfield, and it is not thought likely that the gang will be captured. A dispatch from St. Joseph says: A telegram from Kirksville, not far from Brookfield, states that a party of men have been stopping on the Harper farm five miles southeast of that place, for the past three weeks. They kept their revolvers on all the time. Nobody knew them. Several horses were stol en there 011 Saturday night. Surrounded and Captured. KANSAS CITY, Mo., June 9.—The Brookfield bank robbers, four in num ber, were surrounded in the woods a bout 130 miles northwest of Kirksville, at 6 a. m. s and finding resistance use less surrendered. They were taken to Kirksville where a number of their friends are congregated, and say the prisoners shall not be taken to Brook field. A fight is looked for. A Woman's Fight for Life. From the Lexington Gazette. During the week Mrs. Camdem, who lives on the Lexington (Ya.) and Cov ington turnpike road, one mile from town, was attack oil by two black | snakes whilst on her way to the spring. There is a path through a fieM of grass leading to the spring, along which she was going when the snakes made fight. One of them wrapped itself around her foot and ankle whilst the other stood 011 its tail and endeavored to get about her waist and neck. She fought the reptiles with a bucket which she had in her hands and cried out lustily,when her son, a yonng man, came to the res cue with a hoe. One of the snakes left Mr 3. C. and made a vigorous as sault upon the young man,but he speed ily dispatched it with his hoe and then went to the relief of his mother anil succeeded in killing the other snake. The snakes were of the species known as "racers," and noted for their pro pensity to chase people when disturbed. They we re about five feet long and very slim. Mis. Camden, though ter ribly frightened, has suffered no ill consequence from the encounter. MARRIED. On the 21st of July, IKM, by R.v. E SUunbiuli Mr.Jaeob F. Stove r with Miss Susanna Long. Mllltieiiu .Knrkof. Corrected every Wednesday by Gcphurt & Musser. Wheat 1-25 Corn *•' ltye •*' pats White eO itnek wlieut Flour ".'..5 Bran A Shorts,pel ton 'l-> UO Salt,per 8r1... 1.75 Plaster, ground '•'•OH J Cement, per Bushel 45 to r>o Barley W Tymothyseed —OO Flaxseed C It > verseed v.' OOto 5.00 Butter tlamS Sldfs 12 Veal Pork :::::::::::::::::::: :::;:::::::: 20 Potatoes • ' Laid v. Lt Tallow Soap Dried Apples Dried Peaches Dried Cherries COAL MAIIKKT AT COnURN. Egg CoaS Stove " ''-jx Chestnut Pea Pea by the car load s—u Fifty cents per ton additional when delivered in Milihetm. SirMMERRESQKT QPRING MILLS HOUSE, 0 SPRING MILLS, CENTRE COUNTY, PA., TKKMISCS OF THE LKWISBUIUI & TYRONE E. R. ASD SIX MIL£B FROM MILLIIEIM. This is a new house and newly furnished with everything tending to comfort atrl con rcnience of guest*. The air Is invigorating aiul perfectly free Irom malaria , and particular!g favorable for the restoration to health oj persons afflicted with Pulmonary complaints, Malarial disorders ami Ilay /Veer. Near by the cele brated Pcnn Caves, surpassing anything of the kind known—sailing miles under giound—and inspect:tig balls of great wonder 'of gone by ages. Carriages to the cave daily. The table is plentifully supplied with meats, milk and fresh vegetables and fruits in seas m, healthful ly prepared and ',ta?tefvUy served, (loud stabling accommodations. POPULAR PRICES: Per day, (less than a week,) $ 2 00 Per week, (lessthan a month) 0 I" Per month - - 20 id All inquiry as to Booms and Board will be promptly answered. GEO. B. NASH, Manager. JQ H. HASTINGS, Attoriiey-at-Law. 11ELLEFOXTE, I'A. Office on Allegheny stceet, two diors west of office formerly occupied by tlie ttrm of Yocunt & Hastings. g H.YOCUM, Attorney-at-law, BELLEFONTE, PA. f^^^SSSSSSBBCSSSSSSSSSSSm RAITIg^WKD NEW WshKSSidWm CURE. RHEUMATISM, Which tenders life ft bunion nnd fi nally destroys if, is permanently cnml by this remedy. Stiff nnd iwollen 1 joints are restored to their natural . condition. 1 NEURALGIA. , I A single application gives relief, leas es of the longest standing are pctffin l uently cured hy a single bottle. 1 CURES GUARANTEED i i in every case. Money refunded It any one not relieved after a fair trial. I For sale by all first class druggists. I PRICE no CENTS. I RHEUMATIC REMEDY CO. PITTSBURGH, PA. B3J~Rend for statement of cures. ZMI~2~ TSTETW STOCK ' OF j (gg) | ffliUinerji ioobs 1 is a collection froifi which all tastes may be suited. It embraces a full line of ,_ijt Leghorns, Chip, Tuscan, Straw, §g and all the new styles and colors. MY PRICES ARE VERY LOW!!! ; Trimmed Hats and Bonnets, Untrimmed Goods, 2S | Silk Trimmings, Artificial Flowers, and everything belonging to my line. Your trade respectfully 1 solicited. " - §5 MES. ANNA M. WEAVER, % ©23 II PENN STREET, millheim 7 zp_a._ T*JR. J. W\ STAM is now permanently located at MILLHEIM, and will give prompt attention to nil medic calls ut Ills office in C. F. Dc winger's hous If, i it t . Try Hit. ST VM'S S piscine PILE MEMO INK— It gives Instant relief. P. 6KPHAKT • I). A. MUSSES GEPHA.RT & MUSSER DKAI.KKS IN CloVer Flour. & Feed, Co*', Plaster & Salt MILLIIEIM PA., Highest market price paid for all kinds of Delivered either at the BRICK MILL or at the old MUSS Ell MILL, in MILLJIKIM. COAL, PLASTER & SALT Always on hand and sold at prices that defy competition. A share cf the pubffc patrCnage respectfully Mcliclud. 3*J-Iy P OTTF.RY Milihcim, Centre Co., Penna. ULEICH & CO., PROPRIETORS, would iuot respectfully inform the public that they are now prepared" to manufacture every- Luiug in their line of first class quality. They have found a HuperlorZkiud of clay, and will constantly keep 011 hand a full line of CROCKERY, BREAD & PIE DISHES, PLAIN & FANCY FLOW ER POTS, STOVE COLLARS, &c. y>Hopliiff to merit the confidence of the public qj furnishing the best grade of ware they would epeetfully solicit a share of its patronage, ly Rock Island, 111. Manufacturers of SULKY AMD GANG PLOWS, Steel & Chilled Plows, RUINS AND WALKING CULTIVATORS, Listing Plows, COMBIXED LISTER IND CORN DRILL, Harrows, etc., etc. Branch Houses. ' 4 St. LOUIS, Mo. KANSAS CITY, Mo. ST. PAUL, Minn. ST. JOSEPH, MO. COLUMBUS, O. MILWAUKEE, WI. OMAHA, Neb. 0 Write for our Diary, mailed free, jAYN F A E ME N G I N E 3, Vertical & Spark-Arresting Engines from 2 to 12 horse-power, mounted or unmounted. Rest and Cheapest Engines made. $1 50 upwards. Send for Illustrated Catalogue IJ IHr information and price 10 B. W, PAYNE St SONS, Box 840) Coming, N. Y. THIS PAPER Newspaper Advertising Buread (K) Spruce Street), where adver* upm If tffc VII# Using contractu may M ttu Ma Wll Bf K be made Jot it in llSara I Ulllmi 224 Market St., LEWISBITRG. HAVE NO COMPETITORS, Our first instalments of New Spring GoodsJiVe sold out, compelling us to make c Second Trip to the Eastern which goods will Arrive during this week. Space will not admit what Bargains we have got. Sufficient t say-, with our increased business facilities our patrons will firtd the Largest and Best Assortment of MILLINERY GOODS! - Hats, Bonnets, trimmed and uutrimmed, Feathers, Flowers.. Silks, Satins, Riboon in all New Shades, Laces, Embroideries Dress Trimmings in endless variety, Hosiery, Gloves and Corsets Ladies And Chil dren's Shoe?, Looking Glasses and New Goods received every day THROUGHOUT THE' SEASON. A Simple Fact —We can't be Undersold. B. HARRIS, 224 Market St., Lewisburg, Pa. —(A thing of beauty.)— IS A JOY FOREVER I ©ur %arge spring §totli!!! Comprises some of the most elegant and genteel styles of STTITS ! We have ever offered, and while we have elevated the quality and style, we have / KEPT DOWN THE PRICE I We have rcany advantages both in purchasing and handling goods, and we propose To Give You the Benefit! Always ahead in Low Prices and Good Goods, is what has directed the rush to our store for the past few years, and we intend to keep the crowd moving in that direction. BY GIVING THE BEST GOODS I find the Bargeet Stock to aeloot from, with prices that no one ever beat and seldom equaled. v TE/Y TBADING WITH US 1 AND IF YOU ABB LIKE THE BEST OF MAN KIND, AND WE BATHEB THINK YOU ABE, YOU WILL BE PLEASED WITH THE BESULT. WHITCOMB—CLOTHIER, Lock Haven, Penna.