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T'HJBSDAY, AUGUST 17., 1882. THE MILLHEIM JOURNAL Is published everv Thursday. in Mussov's Untitl ing, corner of Main and Ponn streets at SI.OO FEU ANNUM, IN A DVANCE Ortfl.tio if not paid in advance. ADVERTISING MATJSS. 1 week. 1 tno. 3 tno. Onto. 1 year. Hanaro,... I *IW $2(M| 00 I fUdO I *OOO WftolttStn,.. I 800 iOl | 0 00| 10 o<l| tftOd b column,.. | ft 00 sooj V2oo j 20001 :y>en 1 column... | 800 12 00 | 20 00 I 3ft 00 | 00 00 One Inch makes a square. Administrators ftnd Executors' Notices *l.Rrt. Transient ad vertiseiuents and locals 10 cents per line for first insertion and ft cents per line lor each ad ditional insertion. ./ol) Work done on short notice. DEIXIYSEH & BIIMILtEk, Editors anil Proprietors. thnrcii & Snattey School Directory. Evangelical. 2vers P C Weidemvcr and JDShortrss hwrt'i Sunday School, p. M.— l). L. Zerby, Snpt. Missionary Society meets on the second Mon day evening or each month. JVlethodist. lie*'. Farm an Adams Proach e r-in-ehaffrc. Sunday Scliool at IVf p. M.— John K import, Supt. Reformed. Ft v. Ziclngli .4. Yearick, Pastor. Preaching in Aaronsburg next Sumlayrmorn iag, German. United Brethren. licv. Shannon, Pnacher-incharffc. Preaching next Sunday morning. Lutheran. For. Johnlbmlinsm, Pastor.— Communion services at Pcnus Creek church next Sunday morning. Ladles' Mite Society meets on the first Mon day evening of each month. United Sunday School. Meets at 9 .v. M.— ll. K. Lime, Snpt. Lodp & Society Directory. Millheim Lodge. No. I. O. O. F. meets In heir hall, lVna street, every Saturday evening. Kobeeea Degree. Meeting every Thursday on or before the full tnooncf ach month. C. VV. HAUTMAN, See. W. L. BUIC.IIT, N. G. Providence Grange, No. 217 P. of 11., meets in Alexander's block on the second Saturday of each month at lU. r - M.. and on the fourth Sa turdav of each mouth at \}i v. v. D. L.ZKRBT, Sec. f. G. ERHARl>,Master. The Millheim B. & L. Association meets in the Penn street school house on the evening of the second Monday of each mouth. A. WAI.TKK, Sec, It. O. DBININGSR, Prest. The Millbeim Cornet Band meets in the Town Ilallon Monday aad Thursday evenings. J. W. Foote, S c. D. I. Brown Pres't. DE.tfOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, ROBERT. K. PATTISON, OF PHILADELPHIA. For Lieutenant Governor, CIIAUXCEY F. BLACK, OF YORK. For Judge of the Supreme Court, SILAS M. CLARK, OF INDIANA. For Secretary of Internal Affairs, J. SIMPSON AFRICA, OF HUNTINGDON. For Congressman-at-Lnrge, MORTIMER F. ELLIOTT, OF TIOGA. DISTRICT AMD COUNTY TICKET. For Congress, ANDREW: G. CURTIN, OF BELLEFONTF.. (Subject to the decision of the congres sional conference.) For Senator, • C. T. ALEXANDER, OF BELLKFONTE. (Subject to the decision of the senator ial conference.) For Assembly, HENRY MEYBR, OF MILES. B. F. HUNTER, OF BENNER. For Jury Commissioner, J. 11. TOLBEItT, OF WALKER. For Coroner, 11. K. HOY, OF BELLKFONTE. The Candidates. The gentlemen by the Democratic County Convention last week are so well and favorably known to our people that we need not give them a formal introduction to our readers. Gov. Curtin and Senator Alexander arc personally acquainted with a large majority of the voters of the county. They are both natives of the county, to the manor born, and have spent their whole lives among us, excepting when called upon to serve an appre ciative people in some public capac ity. As servants of the people they are not novices, but well-tried and true. They are men of commanding abilities, large experience, sterling integrity and purity of character. Centre county feels justly proud of such mem and the result of the e lection will again show the high es timate in which they are held by their fellow-citizens. Henry Meyer, one of the nominees for Assembly, is also well known to the people, having served them witli much credit as County Supreintend ent for six successive years. He de scends from good Pennsylvania- German stock, served faithfully in the War for the Union for three years and lost an arm 011 the field of battle. After the war he entered the State Normal School at Millers ville, near Lancaster, and after a full course of instruction, graduated Jlc adopted and lbllowed teaching as his profession until the spring of 187"), when he was elected to the suj erintendenev. I>. F. Hunter, the oilier nominee for Assembly, is an intelligent and most successful tanner, residing in Henner township, some miles west of rSellcfonte. lie lias h.een ;i labor ing man all his life time, hut has not ueglected the cultivation ot themind. lie thoroughly umlcrstands the wiyits and wishes of the laboring classes and his votes as a legislator w ill surely bo on iho side of econo my ami reform. Mr. Hunter is the only Democratic candidate llenner township ever had. Unpt. Tolbcrt, of Walker town chip, is the candidate for .Jury Com missioner. He is an old citiy.cn of tae county, thoroughly houest and competent for the position. Dr. Hoy, the nominee for Coroner, is the least known of all the candi dates. He is a rising young physi cian of nellelonte and has already acquired a reputation as a surgeon. Altogether the ticket is a strong one, individually and collectively, and will be elected by an increased majority. PROCEEDINGS OF TIIE COUNTY CON VENTION.—The Democratic County Convention met in the Court House on Tuesday-afternoon lust at two o'clock, and was called to order bv Chairman Forster, of the county committee. On motion, 11. Y. Stitzer, Esq., was made President of the'eon vent ion, and F. P. Musser, of Millheim, J. W. Rankle, ol Potter Township, and William Kurtz, of Centre Hall. Secretaries. Every township and borough in the county WAS repiesenfced, aud tho fol lowing is a list of the delegates: Bellefonte Borough, N. W.—H. Y. Stitzer, Joseph Fox. South Ward—'W. C. Heinle, M. J. Dolan, James McUafYeriv. West Ward—A. Lukenhangh. Howard Borough—Balser Weber, jlilesbtirg Borough—.James,/ones. MiUliei.'n Borough—Substitute. F. P. Musser, Frank Knurr. „ . l'ltilipsburg Borough—A. \. Carpenter, Solo mon smith, Jackson Gordon, W. M. Heunlv.ch J. San key. UnionvUle Borough—l. G. Geary. Benner— Ellis Beezer, James Henderson, John Luiz. Substitute, W. A. Ishler. itougs—Charles McLaughlin, Fdward John son, A. A. Kehlbeeker, Henry Bamhart. Bui aside —U. M. Meeker. Coßegr—lohn A. Koop, Win. Tibbin®. Curtin —Thomas IK* Long, Peter Kobb. Ferguson, GM Precinct— John B. Mitchell, Win. Tanyer. Jacob Krumriue. New Precinct —Levi Walker. Gregg Southern Pieeluet —S .T. Herrinjr.John Coidlen, M. L. Risl.el, George Konnan, W. 11. Bloom. . Northern Preciuet—Benjamin Stover, John Pe'ssman. Haltmoon— John A. Hunter. Haines —E. J. l>c>hl'r. j. vv. Runkle, R. Vanad i, Jerry Winkleblee.il, L. Meneli. Harris—Sam'i ishler, James Kimport. Jacob Weber. Howard—Michael Confer, It. I>. Leathers. Huston—Hoary Hale. Liberty—John A. Stover, James Linn. Marioii —John C. Hoy, James S. Martin. Miles —Andrew Ockcr, Hoary W. Kreatner, Newton Brum gaid. John F.inerick, A. L. Near hood, John O. Smith. Pat ton —Jolin M eekley. Penn—sam'l Ard, Sub.-titute.'Fl. E. Duck, P,. F. Kraitkcnberger. Potter Northern Precinct—William Swab, Joshua Potter. John Arney. Potter Southern Preciuet—George U-iber, W. W. Spangier, Jacob Aieese, Henry Ros-man. Rn-h—ibigh MeCiun. John B. 'if. John O'Neil, J. T. Kverly. Snow Shoe—Lyre Pyle, Patrick Kelley, E A. Nolan. Spring—John At. Furey. SuluMtutJ, N. A. Lucas, Henry Rothrock, T. M. Ram hart. Taylor—Sini'l Hoover. Union —Charles McGarvcr. Walker—John A. Swurtz. Soiomon Peck, J. L. Shaffer. Jaeob Dunkle, David Deitrich. Worth—James Murray. On motion W. A. Ishler was substi tuted as delegate in place of Adam Y. Wagnei,of Benner township, the lat ter not being able to attend. F. P. Musser, of Millheim, was sub stituted for J. C. Smith, and Nelson A. j Lucas for Howard Lucas, of Spring township. . W. C'. Ileinle, Esq., of the South Ward, Bellefonte, nominated Hon. A. G. Curtin for Congress. Governor Cur tin was nominated by acclamation. Mr. Ileinle offered the foiling resolu ! lion. Resolved, That. Robert MoKnight, Charles Smith, Esq.. and Sheriff J. T. Dunkle are here by appointed Congressional Conferees with in structions to use all fair and honorable means to secure the re-non.ination of onr true una faithful Representative in Congre-s who has proved himself to be the worklngman's as well as the soldier's friend, Ex-Governor Andrew G. Curtin. Capt. John A. Ilunter, of Half moon, offered the following, as an amend ment to the above resolution: Resolved, That the Democracy of Centre county hereby cordially endorse tiie course of lion. A. G. Curtin, in Congress, undcf Hon. c. T. Alexander, our meinber of the State Senate and that we will hail with pleasure their re nom ination by the congressional and senatorial conferees. Resolved further, That Messrs. Curtin and Alexander be authorized to select their own conferees. Upon the reading of this amendment Mr. Heinle withdrew his resolution, and the amendment passed without dissent. On motion, lion. C. T. Alexander was nominated for the State Senate by acclamation. Nominations for Assembly being next in order, Balser Weber, Esq., of Howard Borough, nominated John A. Woodward, of Howa id township. Jacob Dunkle, Esq., nominated Dr. P. S. Fisher, of Walker township. John C. Small, of Miles township, nominated Prof. Henry Meyer. W.C. Ileinle, Esq.. of Bellefonte, nominated B. F. Hunter, of Benner township. John A. Roop, of College township, nominated D. F. Taylor, of Lemont. There were only two ballots, the re sult of which was as follows: FIKST ' UAL LOT. Hunter 53 Woodward 34 Mayer 44 Taylor—— 2d Fisher 25 B. F. Hunter having received more than enough votes to nominate him, was declared by tiie Chairman regular ly nominated by tho convention as one of the candidates for assembly. The name of John A. Woodward was then withdrawn, by his own authorize- 1 lion. The second ballot icsultcd as follows: 81"fONI> n VLLOT. Meyer 41] Fisiier IT Tav lor Mr. Me.vrr was then declared the second nominee ol the convention for Assembly. • The next business was the nomina tion of a candidate tor Jury Commiss ioner , and the following names propos ed* \V. 11. Smith, Vnionville; J. IT. Tolhert, Walker township; T. 1\ Hlley Harris township; Dr. .1. I\. Smith, Fer guson township; W. T. Meyer, llaiucs township. Two ballots were taken as follows: FlliST MA 1.1 OT, Smith (Unionvlllo) Tolbort •"' Kites Smith (Ferguson) h) Meyer H SKcoM) nvu.or. Smith (FnlonvlUe) -1 To: her t - T.J mii-v '• Smith (Ferguson) ft Capain Tolbert having received a majority, was declared the nominee of the convention. Dr. 11. K. Hoy, Howaid A. MoAre, Drs. Thomas llothroek, Mingle ami Adams were then put in nomination for Coroner, with the following result: Hoy '■' Mooro - ' Kollnock - Mingle 4 Adams 11 Dr. Hoy was declared duly nomina ted for Coroner. W. C. Heinle nominated J. N. Cas sanovaamlJ.il. lieifsnyder, as dele gates to the State Convention, with Solomon Feck and Fred Bottoif as as sociates , in case the county shall be en titled to four. Major It. H. Forster, chairman of the County Committee, was then chos en a member of the State committee. On motion W. C. Heinle was elected Chairman of the County Committee for one year from the Ist of January, Inn 3. On motion, adjourned. NOTlCE.— Subscribers to the Luth eran church at Millheim who have not paid their subscriptions ;ue must kind ly requested to do so. The amounts are long overdue and the money is much ueedtd. Friends help us along. JOHN TOMLIXSOX, JONATHAN II A KTF.K, It. O. DEI SINGER, Finance Committee. _ REPUBLICAN country cditbrs of the stalwart breed will have an easy time of it during this campaign Plenty ol leisure to nurse the baby, play base ball, pitch quoits, or go lor huckleberries—just as their sev eral inclinations run. The bosses have constructed a mashccn to grind out editorial matter all ready for the type-setters, in largo quantities. This "stuff" is nt out to retail dealers at a nominal price, or at no price at all to the poor editor. Chairman Cooper and "My Pear Ilubbcll" furnish the oil, steam and gas necessary to run the mashecn. 0 f course the malte r is not of a very choice brand but it is the very best that can be made out of the miserable stock of raw material on hand, and besides what it lacks in quality will he made up inquantity. The first batch of editorials are out and some of them may be read in almost any republican paper. There is little solid substance and even less grit in them, lut republicans: will read and relish them all tlie same. Cameron don't allow *• them d—n literary fellows"' to crowd his ranks, so that most anything will do for stalwarts to read. The headings read as follows; "Will Senator Wallace Show Ilis Hand ?" ''How the Government is being Run," "LewisCassidy's Young Man," "What the Republican Part)* has Pone for Pennsylvania," The Right Party for Young Men," "Dem ocratic Tarriff Professions," "Gen. Reaver, What Hancock says of his Gallantry." CANDIDATE John Stewart has sent a very pointed challenge to Gen. Rea ver proposing a joint discussion of the political difference between them. It will be interesting to see what our gal lant general will do about it. It would be entirely too cowardly to reject such a splencid chance to vindicate the cause he represents, Cameronism, Bos sism , StalWcirtism and the spoils sys tem. If he accepts he may soon wish he had never been nominated. Some weeks ago he was almost willing to pay SIO,OOO to be let alone, and he will gladly pay $20,000 for the same privi lege before Stewart gets through with him, if he accepts the defiant challeuge. Pei haps it would be best on the part of Gen. Beaver to treat the whole Inde pendent business—including candidate Stewart — u i oilh silent contempt The Farmer** Friend. Published at South Bend, Indiana. Terms, only llfly cents a year. Circulation 33,000. The largest and best agricultural paper In the coun try. Fight large pages, 43 columns, few adver tisements and almost double the reading mat ter given by the sl.fo and #2 agricu tural papers but. we send it to you for 50 cents a year. Pre miums to every subscriber, premiums to club raisers and 232 splendid presents given them in addition, consisting of a *4.0 New liirdsell Clo ver Uuller, complete, including reeleaning at tatebment, which cleans the seed as threshed; a;sts!) 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IIKHIFK'S Sales.— IJv vI ft tie of snndrv writs ._ >f l ioi I Facias,'Levari l ucl'is and Vendi tioni hxponas, ism„ ,1 outol the (Vuit of Coin, moil Plea* ol'(Voire County ami I" me dticcted, there w mill* exposed nt. jut til ic sal*' In the Court House In Pellelonte, on Saturday, August l!i>, A. I>. at l-P o'clock p. m. the Billowing de scribed ileal Kstalo (<f the Defendants, to wit: Nu. i. AH that certain u ( s-nge i<>t or piece of ground situate in tho Borough of Hcllolonte County ot Centre & stiito nt Penan disc ill \l as follows on the N. by lauds of John IHarris on the K. by lands of A. t. Curt to on the N. by an Alb \ and on \V. liy tot of Jame\ Hay ley. (rout inn on smd Alloy about 7<i ft. extend.ng bank u liout 2K ft. to Di ds of .lolui I'. Harris. Thore on erected a two story double name House. Stable and oilier out buildup;*. Seized, taken lu execution and to! I e sold as the property of William 11. Weaver. No. 2. All those three certain messages tenements or parcels ot land situate In Centre county Peniiii, bounded and de-eribed as totlowsto wit situate l>lii„ and brill ; in the tow iismp of Ban ner County A Stato aforesaid known as Hie NO. 2. All the right title ami interest of defendant in alt that eelttin lot ot ground situate In Crept; Iw p. Centre Count y I'a. beginning at stones tlieneo bi laud of J. B. Heck man s *W. & •*, perches to stones s. (SfJbj ' W. Hi parches to i lost in I'eiins Creek the nee by hinds ~f a. Zer liy s. K. a perches to stones thenee alone tno rl;;hi of wa>Ollhe L. AT. It. K. N. K. • n, *j perehesto a Hemlock >tmnpand tlien. ea loug a leserved road N. 1 W. '2f>-J to post N. '.'a 0 \V. f>2 to the place of beginning containing -I acres and i .torchon neat measure, thereon e reeled a dwelling house Pottery and other out buildings. .seized taken in execution ami to be sold as the property of Benjamin Hrcoii. NO. 3. A lot of ground sit uato in Walker township Centre County lvnuH.> bounded ui the Nutl'i by Publie Koait on the West by lot. of Owen Astin on the North by hinds ot Henry Suavely and on the Past by ah Alley and lot of Mrs. Kvlt lingers containing one acre more or less; there on erected a franiodwelling lonise stable and other outbuildings. Sciz? taken in executlou and to be sold as the property of Ib Krebs. Terms t ash :no deed w ill be acknowledged until tho purchase money is paid in i P. 3t X. J. buNKKL, bherltf. I-> KGISTKU'S NOTICE.—The following ar- V counts have been examined ml passed by me and remain filed of record in this utile,* for the inspection of heirs and legatee*, creditors and all others in any way interested and will be presented to the Orpiians' Court of Centre county on Wednesday, the villi day of August, IHvj, for allow Alice and continuation: 1. Account of .Folia Hotter, guardian of KHen Se.irsou, a minor child of Thomas Searson, late of Bonner township, d'-ceased. 2. Account of Hanlc! Hrumgart, admlnistra toi'of Ac., of J. i*. Kreider, late of Mile* town ship. deceased. 3. The. tirst and partial account of Jane E. Hoover, administratrix of Ac., of A. J. Hoover, lute of Huston tow n-hip, deceased. 4. The account of Ft. i). IVininger executor of Ac . of Catharine Held, late of Mlllhelui Bor ough, deceased. •'.tli. Account of Jacob K. Uoyer. administra tor of Ac., ot John 15. Koyer, late of l'olter tow n shlp, deceased. i>. The account of Sarah Randall, executrix of Ac.. of J.tue Brooks, laic of Milosburg Bor outih, deceased, 7. ihe account of Japios 1.. Hominerville. ad tninirtratur of Ac., of .iaines Siunmervillc. Sr., lata of Snow Shoe tow nship, deoewu. 3. The account of A. h. Steinsoii. guardian of Ae., of Havid L. Hay, a minor child of David Kay. latent Ferguson township, deceased- The account of Havid B. l'le|<her. guar dian of Orrio 1.. lieverly, a minor child of James lleverly, late 1 Howard township, de ceased. Id. The account of John Cub iron, adminis trator o' Ac., ot Samuel Jamison, late of Gregg tow usliip, deceased. 11. The account of J. 11. Keifsoyder, ad minis t rat or of Ac.. of Jacob liumct, late of lVnn township, deceased. 12. The account of sammd Snyder, admlnix trator dc fonns iv>n cum tctnucnto ftnnc.ro of Ac., of George Mt.vder, into of Haines township, deceased. I'. The account of Samuel Mill! ken. Jr., nd •uiui.-trator of Ac., of Nan y M. Reed, ialO of BeUcforte Borough, deceased. 14. The account of J. W.•-twart, trustee ap pointed to si .I Hi • roalestaTo of Scott V. illiaius. late of Huston township, deceas- d. under pro eeeuiu <s ,n partition. I*>. The account of licni y Eckenioth, ctiar dian of s.irah It. Gross, a nnvr child of John '■ross. late of spring lown-hip, decease 1, as filed by f harlot 'c EcKmuolb. administratrix o f &e.. ot Henry Eckenroth. dco^.sed. i-*> The account of John k. iliwlentian, ad mini -trutor of A<., ol Jarcd Fullmer, late of .\t i • p.', v lisle p. deee -C'l. 17. The aeeount of J. <'. Zimmerman, ad ministrator f A - .. f Kaeliel Marklc. late of Walker t iw a hip. dm a - •!. Is. The a"c 'unt of J B. sji'i-ert. guardian of Kivina Bayard. i:iUiur child >f I int John A. Bayard. lati'of Belh tonic Ih'inu h, drva-'ed. l.i. Viii.il acourt of to or e i- Coalo, ad niinlstr.iior ci(/iJ tcdnmenU arivro of of George Buchanan. late ol Gi'gr tow n: In. , do ts ased. 2'. rhc final account of H. llar-hbovger, ad n.ini.tiiit'r if &e ,of David Har.-libcrgor, laio of Walktjr town-tup. de<:c .<e<i 21. Final account of John Bower and 1). <>. Cower, e\e< utors <f Ac., of A> ,*ll Bower, late of Baloes township, <i ceased, as filed by D. 0. Bow er, acting executor. 22. Second and final account of John B. Royer, one of the administrators of A*.. of Samuel Uoyer. late of l*tt r town-hip, Hee'd. 23. The account "f John s. Vonrick, adininls (rator of Ac., M Samuel Veariek, late of Walker township, d<* •eased. 21. The account of Aoueiine Mcßride, testa mentary iruaidiau of John Mcßrido Sitnuny, a minor child of Caroline C. Suniay, late of Ben ner township, deceased. 2">. The Hccouiit of Havid Sharer, executor of Ac., of Conrad Strubie, late ol Walker tow nship deceased. 26. The account-M Jacob IX Valentine, guardian of Anna J. Valentine, a. minor child of Kcubeti B. Valentine, late f Spring town ship. dtcowd. 2i. The account of If. Harshberger, trustee appoint* '! to cell the real estate of Havid Harsh berger, late of Walker township, deceased. 2s. Jlm account of J. H. liantels, adminis trator of Ac., of George Kamels, late of Harris totvmhlp. deceased. 2P. The account of Samuel (Iramlcy. trustee appointed to sell the real estate of Philip Gramiev, Sr., late ot Mile- 1 township, dec -ased. The neenuntof Henry Smith and Mary A. Smith, udmiainistraters f Ac., of Jonn Snntli. late of Rirggs tow nshfp, deceased. .11. The first partial account of Henry F. Bitncr, executor of Ac., of Jacob Bitner, lute of tjregg township, deceased. 32. The first and final account of Rebecca O. Hostcrmnn and 0. W. Sechrist. administrators of Ac., of Wm. r. llosteriuan, late of Walker tow nship, deceased, us filed by t. W. Sechrist, acting administrator. 33. The account of J. W. Mattem, executor of Ac., of K. I. McKiuney, late of FlilUpsburg Borough.deceased. 34. The first and final account of John W. Mattern, guardian of Joseph I*. Newman and Walter ( lark Newman, minor children of Richard Newman. 85. The account of Jacob I)tinkle, adniinis tiator ot Ac., of John Hankie, kite Of Walker township, deceased. 36. The first account of John P. Lucas, ad ministrator of Ac., of Warren Lucas, lute of Curt in township, deceased. 37. Seeot#! account <>f Jacob W. Snook and K. W. Snook, administrators of Ac., of Levi Snook, late of Mi ies towmshlp, deceased. 36. First and final account of Jesse Woodring, guardian of N. C. SpottS (formerly Cowher) a minor child of Libia Cowher, late of Worth tow nship, deceased. 3'.F. The account of Wm. 11. Miller and Catha rine Miller, administrators or Ae.. of Henry Miller, late of Spring township, deceased. 40. Tlkj second and final account, of John Ir win. Jr., and M. 11. i\ ilson, of Ac., of Wm. P. Wilson, late of Bellefonte Borough, deceased. 41. The first account of James Huston and James P. Coburn, executors of Ab., of Thomas Huston, late of Walker township, deceased, as filed by James P. Coburn, one of the executors. 42. Account of James P. Coburn, executor of Ac., of Samuel Huston, late of Potter township, deceased. 43. The account of John Meyers, acting ad ministrator (fe houits iion cum testa merit o an nezo of Ac., of Catharine Bohn, late of Harris township, deceased. 44. The account of Jennie B. McElroy, ad ministratrix of Ac., of Thomas B. McElroy, late ol Potior township, deceased -45. The first and final account of John B. Thompson ami Henry Thonip.-oti, administra tors of Ac., of John Thompson, late of Liberty township, deceased. 46. The first partial account of John Iless and J. G. Heberfing, administrators of Ac., of James Dunlap, late of Ferguson township, de ceased. 47. The first and final account of J. O. Irwin, administrator de bonis non of Ac., of I>auicl Riley, late of Harris township, deceased. 4S. The account of Thomas ] >ale, executor of &c„ of Havid Dale, late of College township, deceased. 4i>. The first and final account of Peter Rip ka, guardian of Susan H. Decker, now Bubb, a minor child of Conrad Decker, late of Potter township, deceased. .50. Tlie first ami final account of John Hof fer, administrator of Ac., of Jesse Fulton, lalo of College township, deceased. 51. The account of John Augustus Hender son, acting executor of Ac., of A. A. Hender son, late of Brooklyn, New York, deceased. 52. Tlie account of M. L. Rishel and W. F. liearick, administrators of Ac., of Col. John Rishel, late of Gregg township, deceased. 53. The second account of -Mrs. Dora Hirsh (formerly Stutsman), Aaron Gans and Henry Lehman, executors of Ac., of Abraham Suss man, late of Bellefonte borongli, deceased. James a. Mcclain, 31—it lieu inter. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of administration on the estate ot Daniel tirimm. late of A1 ilea town sip, deceased, hav ing been granted to the subscriber, all persons know lug themselves Indebted to sujd estate are hereby requested to make Immediate payment and those Jiaving claims against the same, to present them duly authenticated for settlement KBCBSN OkfMSI, Mndisoul)ur#,Aug. 17tl I*S2 Administrator. Ot \DM I\'lST It A1 tolls' NOTlCE—Letters of administration on the estate of George H inter, lute of the ISorotigh of Mill helm, deceas ed, having been granted to the undersigned, all persons knowing tlieniselvcM indebted to .s.iid estate ere hereby notified to make imme diate pay incut, and these having claims against the samo to present them duly authenticated for sett lenient. O. W. Hahtkr, \ Venn township, f *.i m l,ildr<it(ir* MietißAi.s.l Kim it. i Administrators. Haines township * Aug. 10th. 1882. ft. 17IXKCU TORS' NOTICE.-Letters tcstumen 'J tal V "ii Hie estate of Thomas Hot'iiiian, late of Haines township, deceased, having been granted t> tho subscribers, notice is hereby given to all persons knowing themselves indebt ed to said estate to make immediate payment, and to those having claims to present tin in du ly aut hejitlcatrd for settlement. We have ap pointed Saturday August 12th as a day of settle ment, ul the lat- residence of the deceased. THOMAS W. Hostkkman, CIIAHI KS \V. lIOBTEHMAH. Woodward. July 27 1882. Executors fit. ITtXKCUTORS' NOTlCE.—Utters tesfameuta- J rv on the estate of John l'.b rly, late of Miles township, deceased, having Iteeu granted to tin* undersigned. all persons knowing them selves indebted to said estate are liereby unti tled to make Immediate settlement, ami those huvlogl claims against t hc&im*. to present them properly uuiheniicated for settlement. SAME. HUAMt.V, J. Is. CKAWyoKI), Bebcrsburg July 24. I*.'S2. i:.\e*uU>rs i*. /i KT V< >ll It JOB PRINTING DONK AT J Til E JOURNAL OFFICE. Prompt and floe m k at reasonable rales. PATENTS Wo eontlnuo to act ns Solicitors for Patents, Caveat*, Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc., for the United States, Canada. Cuba, Knglaud, France, Germany, etc. We have had thirty-live > earn* experience. Patents obtained through us an: noticed in iheSCf- KsTiriC AMKRICAM. 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FOR THE SUMMER § 1882. - % Fourth Stock Just Arriving for the Spring and Summer at the Lock Haven, Fa. And we can safely say at prices Hint will suit everyone. Cotton Good have never been an cheap as now. On account of the cold and backward .Spring New York and Philadelphia jobbers over-loaned themselves in the early part of the season, and are now willing to sell their goods at a loss rather than carry them over the season. We took advantage of these bargains and are now pre pared to sell you goods lower than yon ever bought them,. We will give you a list of a few of the GREAT BARGAINS ! All Prints in Standard makes, sucli as Cochcco, Pacific and Merrimac Prints ft* cents, never sold lower than 8 cents. *Dress Ginghams in a beautiful line oi colors, 8 cents, former price 12$ cents. 33 inch Percales 8 cents, former .price 12$ cents. 4-1 Hill Muslin, bleached, 8$ cents, together with a full line of SersnckerM, French Ginghams, Lawns in Cotton and Linen, Unbleached Mus lins, Crashes, 'tickings, Table Linens and all other Domestic Goods at prices in proportion to those just mentioned. In We have some bargains to offer. The in st thing we have now for the money is an all-wool-iilliug CASIIMEItK at 8 cents; thev are in medium and light shades only, but the former price on them has been 12- cents; at fJ cl'iitS they are better it) buy than Calico, lit member they are hali' wool. Bantings iii all shades at 12$ cents. Buntings si wool at 20 and 23ceuts. Buntings n a little li tter grade at 3-3 cents, Buntings ii double width, fine, all-wool at 75 cents. Another Lot of Summer Silks Those goods are scarce, but we have the styles now tetter than at any time this season and prices are equally as low ; together with these we have all the new tilings in Summer Dress Goods in all the new shades. Large line of Plain and Colored Silks, best goods $1.23 ; lowest price 17$ cents. We stfll hate a big trade on our SI.OO Black Bilk, the best in the city for the money. NUN'S VEILINGS fii You hare heard a great deal about this fabric no doubt. We have all the desirable light shades such as pink, light blue, cream and white. Fringes and Passementeries have had their day ; laces are the rage now. Spanish and Span ish Gimpure—these we can not give prices on here as there are so many qualP* ties and widths, but tliev start at 23 cents and go to $1.50 per yard; in the fine goods we have 2 and in some patterns 3 widths. We can tell you better about them when you come to see them ; we do not ask you to buy if prices are not aS low and varieties greater than any other place iD town. WHITE LINEN DeINDIES With as line a line of Embroideries in match goods ever brought to thW city ; it is worth your time to come in if for nothing else than'to see them, we will take great pleasure in showing them togetlier with the above named goods* We have all the new things in Kid and Lisle Thread Gloves, Lace Col lars,* Linen Collars, Handkerchiefs* Lace Mitts, Etc. Ladies' White Kid Gloves (Foster Pattern), in 10 hooks; sizes from 6$ to 8. .Still a few more CARPETS, * we carry Brussels left at 5-3, 87$ and 95c. We have given you a list of the goodsr In and will guarantee prices as low as you ever bought them. N. 8.—10,000 pounds Wool wanted in exchange or for cash. /. F.Bvemrrs m.