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THURSDAY, MARCH, 6., 1884. BY DEININGER & BUMILLER. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. SALE REGISTER Feb sth. L. B. Stover, Haines township, stock anil farming utensils. Feb 6th W. W. Nesse, Gregg township, stock ana farmihf utensil... Feb. 9th, Jonathan Kreamer's estate, stock and (arm Implements, Millheim l'a. Feb. 11th, J. "W. ltussel, Aaronsburg. &tock farming implements and household goods. Feb 12th T.G. Krltard, Halues township, stock, farming implements and household goods., Feb. 26th, estate of Samuel Ycarick, Haines township. Stock, farming implements and household goods. Feb. 28th, James C. Smith, Administrator of Hon John Smith's estate, IVnn twn.,Cow, Grain, Lumber and household goods. March 4th. Haines township, Jacob Bower, live stock and farm Implements. March 6th. Andrew Stover, Penn township, stock and farming implements. March 7th, H. W. Kreamer, Miles township, live stoek and farming utensils. March Bth, Joseph A. Hollowav, Aaronsburg, stock and house hold gooils. March 11th. estate of Dr. D.J. HiUbiah, Rebers burg, medical books and instruments, wagons and household goods. March 12th, Emanuel Bower. Perm township, stock and farm Implements. March 13th. G. W. Harter.Penn township, live stock and farming implements. March 15th Marge rot Bell, Executrix, Aarons burg, household goods. March 17th L. B. Hains. Woo ward, live stock. and farm implements. March 18th, Michael Frank, Haines township stock and farm implements. March 19th. Penn township, Jacob Dutwller, live stock, farming implements, and house hold goods. March 20th. Catharine Orndorf, Woodward, live stock aud farming implements. March 21st, George Bollinger's estate, Aarons burg. Cbaiimaker tools and household goods. March 22, J. C. Smith, executor, live stock and Farm implements. March 25th. Millheim, H. K.Luse, Shoals and household goods. —Considerable sickness is beiug ex perienced among us at present. —The protracted meeting of the M. E. Cnurch closed on Tuesday eveuing. —Don't forget the concerts this and to-morrow evening in the Ev. church. -Our young friend,W. H. B. Eisen huth, has returned to Carrington, Da kota. —Regular monthly meeting of the Millheim B. & L. Association next Monday evening. —Mr. Wm. Miller and wife, of Pleasant Gap are here on a visit to re latives and friends. —More families will move about the first of April in this town and neigh borhood than for years. —Persons whose birthday came on the 29th ult., will have to wait four years for a repetition of it. —Be sure to visit Dinges, Vonada & Co's store when at Coburn you will see something of interest to you. —Miss Lillie Musser, a daughter of Hartleton spent a few days in Mill h eim with some of Ler relations. —Dinges, Vonada & Co,are prepared to supply merchandise lower thau ever sold in this part of the county. —lfr. H. K. Luse will make sale of his household goods on the 25th of .March, at his residence on Main Street. —Mrs. Margeret Bell, executrix will sell the personal property of J. R. Bell, dee'd, at Aaronsburg, on Thursday, March 13th. —Jake Springer flourishes a brand new flag in front of bis store and bar bel shop. Now hurrah for the "stars and stripes." —The borough auditors have ap pointed next Monday, March 10th for the settlement of borough and over seer's accounts. —When will Penn and North Street get a few street lamps ? We think the new council should give this ques tion some attention. —Mr. Andrew Stover,of Penn town ship, will make sale of his 1 ive stock and farming implements on Thursday, the 9th of March next. See bills. —We are under obligations to Hon. J, Simson Africa for a copy of the An nual Report of the Secretary of Inter nal Affairs for 1883. —We have just received our spring styles of Rochester Clothing which all should see before it is too late. Dinges, Vonada& Co Coburn Pgj. FOR RENT.— Mr. Jacob Wolf's tailor sfiop at Aaronsburg can be rented at any time. Apply to him at B. O. Deininger's residence, Millheim Pa. —Some of our schools will close next Tuesday for a few week's vacation, and will be re-opened on the 26th, in stant,for another term of two months. —Mrs. Catherine Orndorf of Wood waid will sell at public sale on Thurs day, March 20tb, 1884 some fine live stock and farming implements. See bills. —Subscribers to tbe JOURNAL who contemplate changing their places of residence will please notify us of the change, giving the name of their post office, —a little daughter of J. W. Snook,'is recovering from a severe spell of sickness. She is a very inteiest ing child and we siucerely hope she may be restored to full health. —Michael Frank's sale comes off jtfarpji }Bth. There will be some ex r cyllent horses, cows, shoats, wagons, Agricultural implements and household goods 8 Did. A- J. Harter bought the lot pouth of tbe Church on Penn St., of Messrs. Joo. Harter and S. P. Musser aud oontemplates erecting a liouseon R this summer, —Dinges, Vonada & Co., the enier | prising merchants at Coburn, have a brand new and tip top clerk in the per son of Robert Sechlei, of Mitflinburg. —Several citizens of Millmont, Un ion county, have made arrangements to start a packing box and planing mill in the shop formerly occupied by M. Halfpenny. —Emanuel Bower will make sale of valuable live stock and farm imple ments on the 12th of March, at his resi dence in Penn township,about 21 miles west of Millheim. —We are the only party handling the Celebrated Rochester Clothing in Penn's Valley. All who once wear these goods will have no other. Dinges, Vonada A Co. —Mr. G. W. Harter bought S. D. property at the lower end of Main Street and intends moving to town in the spring. Come along Wash, we welcome you as a neighbor. —On Monday the 17th of March, there will be exposed to public sale by- Mr. Wilsonllaines, oin mile west of Woodward, live stock and farm imple ments. —The convention is in full blast, ' many singers taking part in il. The concerts this and to-morrow evening promise to be ri-'h treats and it would be well for loyers of music to attend them. —Splendid live sock and good farm ing implements will l>e sold at public sale by G. W. Harter on his premises near Millheim oy Thursday, March 13th 18,84. See Bills. —We are reliably informed that we are to have a telephone lino connecting this place and Bellefonte by the first of May. That shows that Millheim i? pro gressing with the times, —J. C. Smith, executor of the late 11. G. Smith will sell at the residence of Mrs. Sarah Smith in Penn township, on Saturday, March 22nd, some live stock, farm implements and household goods. —The carpenters have completed their job on W. N. Auman's house on Penn Street, and he expects to occupy it as soon as the painters are through with it. Glad to get you for our next door neighbor, William. —The public sale of the personal pro perty of Dr Ilillbish, late of Rebers burg, deceased, will take place on the 11th of March. Doctors and Druggists will find it to their interest to attend this sale. —II. W. Kreamet's sale of personal property comes off, Tuesday March 7th. He has a splendid assortment of farming implements and most excell ent live stock. Henry's sale should be a good one. —The new meat market with Mr. John Miller of Centre Hall as mana ger, does a thriving business. As meat seems to be scarce tnis year, that shop will be largely patronized this coming spring and summer. —There will be a party at Mr. S. D. Musser's this evening to celebrate the birthday of their oldest daughter, Ma bel. Cards of invitation have beeu sent to all her school companions and the girls expect to put in a glorious time. Our friend, D. H. Rote of Aaron burg, gave us a pleasant call on Mon day. Dan has not been out much since the holidays, his health having been in a poor condition. Hope he will become well and strong again in the sear fu ture. —Mr. J. Willis Musser has bought out the stage route from Woodward to Millheim, but also goes to Coburu ev ery morning. He carries express and other goods from all points along the line at very moderate charges, and con tinues the calf and poultry business. tf —On Friday March 21st, 11. A. Min gle's executor's sale of the personal property of George Bollinger's estate at Aaronsburg will take place. A very large lot of partly finished material for chairmaking will be sold, beside a lot of household goods. —Every winter has been the worst I one, in certain particulars, but this is one of the worst of the roughest. The wind is as pieroing as a bullet and seems to be determined to investigate the temperature of your skin, no mat ter how many coverings you wear. —Mr. Jacob Dutwiler, whose large farm is located along the turnpike a bout 1 mile south of Millheim. will make sale of his live stock, farming implements and household goods on Wednesday, March 19th, 1884. He-ex pects to move to Jewel county, Kansas, soon after the sale. Music SCHOOL.— The 24th session of the Musical College at Freeburgh, Pa., will begin on Tuesday morning, April 29th, and will continue six weeks. For circular address F. CL MOVER, Musical Director. —Simon Rote of Aaronsburg receiv ed a paralytic stroke paralizing his en tire right side, while engaged iu chop ping wood on the mountain on Jfon (jay afternoon. The qn'ly person wjth him at the time was a little boy, who took the horse ana sjeigh and started for help. He met three young men who werehunting aud they went book to Mr. llote, put his coat on him and wrapped him up in their own overcoats, the one supporting his head while he lay on the snow eoyered ground until help ar rived and they took him borne. —lf you need anything in the line of School or Blank Books, Bibles, Sunday School Cards, Paper and Envelopes, bear in mind that the Journal Store on Penn street is the place to buy those things. Give us a call. —The new organ recently purchased by the Salem's Reformed church will be dedicated to the service of God,next. Sunday morning. The ltev. J. F. Bo- I.ong of Bellefonte will be present to preach the sermon. —The new town council had its first meeting last Monday evening and elect ed Mr. Adolph Miller, President and Jacob Eisenhuth, Esq., Secretary, wheih certainly is a good selection all around. Their regular place o( meet ing will be in one of the schoolrooms. —Mr. John Kerstetter, Jr., still makes a business of doing special jobs at carpentry. John is really an expert at the business and has large experince, both in making out plans.speci float ions and drawings, as well as a practical workman. People who entrust their work into his hands can safely rely on having it done in be.it style at the low est prices. tf —Hon. J. G. Larimer, Associate Judge of this county, died at his home in Pleasant Gap on Sunday, Frebruary 24th, aged 6.1 yeaia. This makes an other vacancy in the judgeship of our county te be filled by appointment. The names of several gentlemen have been presented to Gov. Pattison. —H. J. Kui/Aiiknabe is well started in bis work of giving musical instruc tions ar.d lias a fair number of scholars, lie wishes to inform the public that lie makes a specialty of tuning and re pairing instruments and persms hav ing any woik in that line will find him fully competeut for it. —Mr. P. S. Meyer will take charge of the Pine Creek Mill, of which Snook A Motz are the proprietors, by the first of April and requests his many friends to give him a call, lie expects to do his work In the most satisfactory man ner and his customers will always find him an accomodating and first-class miller. TAKE NOTICE.— Mr. 11. K. Luse hereby respectfully informs the public that he has a large lot of seed potatoes known as the "White Elephant Potato' for sale at his residence at Millheim. We are in possession of a basket full of these potatoes and can give them a warm recommendation as the best >ielding potatoe in the market. If you are in need of any seed potatoes do not fail to call on him. tf TURNPIKE ELECTION.- Take notice" that an election will be held by the stockholders of the Bellefonte. Aarons burg and Youngman's town Turnpike Company, on TUESDAY MARCH 11th., 1884, at Hosterraan's Hotel in Wold ward, Centre Co., between the hours of 10 A. -V. and "2 P. M., of the said day. By order of the Board. DANIEL RUNKEL. President. —ln another column you will find the changed advertisement of Mauck's furniture establishment. They have been doing a flourishing business ever since they opened their new shops and they are noted for always keeping ex cellent goods. Mauek's is the cheapest place to buy Furniture, Wall Paper,Ac, A trial will convince you. —Mr. Ralph J/usser, of White Deer Mills, Union county, was iu town l ist week attending the funeral of his de parted mother. Before returning home he called at the JOURNAL ofiic vind we found him to be an intelligent aid SJ cial gentleman, whom we will be glad to meet again. Beside that, we hear that he is a capita) miller and has no difficulty in always getting the best p> sitions. —A correspondent of lite fawi.Jmrg Saturday News wiites : We have very kind men in this vi cinity. They stay at home and mind the babies and let their wives attend the public sales. That kind of men are scarce up our way and as far as the wives aie concerned we suppose they pre fer the warm coal stove at home to attending sales on ojld and stormy days. —We notice in the M.mhatten,(Kan sas) Republic that Rev. .1. A. Bright of Ellsworth, is the Grand Chaplain ot the I. O. O. F. in that state and that he delivered the principal oration at the dedication of a new Odd Fellows' hall at Jfanhatteu. Brother Bright seems to be working up to high posi tions in said order, presumably because there is multum in parvo. SPRING MILLS ITEMS. On Monday morning the thermome tor stood at 3 below zero. Mr. James N. Leitzell, Auctioneer is making himself quite a reputation. lie has sales to cry in the western part of tbe qounty. Good for you Jim. Assistant at the station will have to consult Webster somewhat more on the way of spelling "Flouer" an article of food. Messrs. Crawford A Confer have 0- pened a branch tailoring establish ment in Qrenobjes Ilall, All work guaranteed, come along gentlemen. Mr. A Mrs. C. E. Aurand lost a very interesting little girl by death. The ohild is not lost only gone before and may the parents look to our heavenly father, for in him we shall find conso lation. We extend our sympathies to the bereaved family. 1 BROAD AXE, —The Central Pa. Conference of the Evangelical Asscoiation will hold an annual session at Milton commencing Thursday morning March tith. Bish op Esher of Chicago will preside. The presiding elder will be elected and rec commetidations for changes in the di c ipline of the church will he acted up on.— lA wisbunj Butiird<ty News. This body numbers about one bun dled ministers, embracing all thai ter ritory extending from lite Allegheny ridges to the Noith and West Branch es of the Susquehanna, and from the New York State lino to the State of Maryland south. The Revs flengst & Benfer of this place are both in atten dance. —The 14 Milllieim Musical Associa tion" was organized on Friday evening last in the chapel of the Lulh. Church with a membership of twenty seven. The follow ingolficers were elected fortlie ensuing year : President—J. F. Bar ter ; Vice President—Mrs. ,1. \V. Sto ver ; Secretary—J. 11. B. llartman ; Treasurer—Mrs. A.J. Barter and Con doctor—ll. J. Kuiz enknaho. The evening wes an exceedingly cold and unpleasant one and many that were in vited were kept at homo by the severe weather, but aie expected to join at the next meet in g on Saturday evening. Those present manifested much inter est in the progress of the society and expressed themselves willing to do their full share in making it a success. NOTICE.—A special meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be held in the grammar school room, Milllieim, on Tuesdty evening, March 11th, All those tak ing an interest in the good work, and especially those who gave their signa tures as members will please be pres ent. The otlicers of the association as has been stated before are J G. W. Herald, President, A. J. Barter, Vice President, I). L. Zerby, Secretary and I). A. Musser, Tieasurer. The devo tional exercises to take place oiij Sun day afternoon, March Oth will consist of bible readings to be led by A. J. Barter. All aie cordially invited to attend. By order of the Y. M. C. A., J. (. W. HERALD. President. Echoes from Coburn. Wonder who writes the eclioes. Gorilla changed his name in the Democrat to Leo. Mr. Samuel Ulrich is off to Harris burg for a few days. Mr. F. Ilosterman and G. Weaver, were sojourning among us on Monday. They had expected to go to Philade 1- phia but missed the train in the morn ing. Mr. Grenninger's Store is the boss place to have fun in the eveniug. Anion handles the violin with a ven geance. I. J. Grenoble got in a lot of bran and cloverseed for his many customers. The cold has put a stop to the build* iug business for this week. Mr. Wilson from Mifliinburg took possession ofStover's Grain house this week and will run the business in first class style. Mr. Hunk from Spring Mills was here on Tuesday. Another one that missed the train. Mr. It. T. Sechler, salesman for I). V. A Co., appears to be a first-class fellow. Be is another Bob ; how shall we distinguish the two Bobs now. SCRIBE. Splinters from Madisonburg. A little more rain and snow last week. Last Friday night was supposed to have been the coldest nigiit here during the winter. The protracted meeting in the Evan gelical church at this place is still in progress. Mr. Luther Stover and family from near Woodward, moved to this place on last Thursday. The teachers of our public schools are holding an exhibition at the close of the term. Preparations are already be ing made to make it a success. Mr. Dewitt Johnson, wife and moth er-in-law, Mrs. Bitntrfrom Lock Ilaven spent a few days at Mr. Andrew Ock er's last week. lam certain they had a very nice time, as all the attention possible was shown them, in order to make their visit a pleasant one. The report of our Primary school taught by Mr. W. T. Anman, for the fourth month ending Feb 28th, is as follows; Ao. of pupils enrolled—Males 22; Fe males—lß, total—4o; daily attendance —Males—l9; Females—l7; total—39; Average per cent of attendance—Males —9l; Females—97; total—B4. Names of pupils present eyery day during.tha month; Alice Hazel, Teresta Hazel, Lizzie Hazel, Sallie Rem, Idt Hock man. Katie B.ierly, Esther Shaffer, Del la Rishel, Oscai ltoyer, George Noll, Willie Weulraeyer, Samuel Reber, By ron Hazel, Chas. Hazel, Kline Miller, Thomas Bartges. No. of visitors du ring the month 37. ANON. On the 3rd, inst., Jessie S. only child of C. E. &, Kate Aurand, aged about 5 months. The Reading Hardware Company's touudries, which haye been idle for two months, have started again, with forty non-union moulders, who take the place of the men who struck against a reduction in wages of ten per cent. The sheet mill of the Reading Iron Works has also resumed operations, with a full set of hands, after a stop page of six weeks for necessary repairs. —For fine Monuments and Head stones the Milllieim Marble VVoiks is the leading and best place in the coun ty. tf 31illheliii tlnrKcf. CrtiToctoil a very Wednondiiy Wheat, old l.no Corn no Kye 5 nuts Whlto Id Buck wheat Flour .Vie Suit.ir llrl 1.10 Content, |ter Bushel 45 to 50 Barley N Tyniothysecd Flaxseed 100 Cloverseed ftso Uutter 25 Hani* . If, Hides 12 Veal Pork OS Beei KRKS 30 Potatoes 85 Lard JO COAL MARKET AT COfUWN. EUK Coal +1.75 Stttve '* 5.00 Chestnut 4.75 Pea 8.25 Pea by the car load special Prices. D. I. BROWN, DEALER IN STOVES, HEATERS, RANGES, TINWARE, &c. ♦ Practical worker in Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper, &c. IbsT* Repairing done at short notice by practical workmen. _ • • Spouting a Specialty Shops on Main St., cast of Bank, MILLHEIM, PA. JQH. GEO. S. FRANK, Physician & Surgeon, REBERSBURO, PA. Professional calls promptly answered. 3m C. T. Alexander. C. M. Bower. A I.EXANDER 4 BOWER, Attorney-at-Law, BELLEFONTE, PA. Office In Carman's new building. A DAM HOY, Attorney-at-Law. BELLEFONTE, PA. Orphans' Court Business a'Speclalltv. c. IIEINLE, Allorney-al-Law BELLEFONTE, PA. Practices in all the courts of Centre county. Special attention to Collections. Consultations in German or English. .1. A. Beaver. J. W. Gephart GEAVER & GEL'HART, Attorncys-at-Law, BELLEFONTE, PA. Office on Alleghany Street. North of High Street 1). H. Hastings. W. P. lteeder HASTINGS & REEDEU, Atlorncis-at-Law, BELLEFONTE, PA. Office on Allegheny Street, two doors east of the office ocupied by the late firm of Yoeum Hastings. JGROCKKIHIOFF HOUSE, ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA. C, G. McMILLEN, PROPRIETOR. Good Sample Room on First Floor. Free Buss to and from all trains. Special rates to witnesses and jurors. QUMMIXGS HOUSE, BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA., EMANUEL BROWN, PROPRIETOR. House newly refitted and refurnished. Ev erything done to make guests comfortable. Rates moderate. Patronage respectfully solici ted. My JRViN~IibuSE, (Most Central Hotel in the city.) CORNER OF MAIN AND JAY STREETS, LOCK IIAVEN, PA. S.WOODS CALDWELL PROPRIETOR. Good Sample Rooms for Commerqial "Jiwel ors on first ftoor- Read All This! DINGES, VONADA & CO., COBURN, IP.A- To TMM Pl'tH.lCt Although our house has been established hut sir month* we are hop* pi t to inform Ho' people that nor Mirers* has weeded nor expectation* each month's sates far exceeding those of tire previous month and we desire to mention here that our stork' of goods trill Is' made more com plele as we learn the wants of the people. We are now offering Special Drives IV OVERCOATS ; WINTER SUITS, TO LAST UNTIL FEBRUARY IST. COME QUICK ! We think we have the FINEST INGRAIN CARPET, VERY HANDSOME PA J TERNS, For 50 rts. } ever put on the market. LOOK AT IT! WE Drives in all Departments, and ask i/on to give as a rail for ant/thing you may want in general merchandise and you will be con vi need that our sty re is the best place to do your dealing. JIV already speak of enlarging our rooms in order to better display our increasing stork. ALL ARE WELCOME! REMEMBER THE PLACE— Vonad & Co., Pa. Selliiiff off at Cost! W. T. Mauck & Son ARE SELLING OFF THEIR ZEUSTTIIR/E STOCK -FURNITURE- To change the arrangement of their rooms PARLOR SUITES, CHAMBER SUITES, DINING ROOM FURNI TURE\ TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS, BUREAUS, BEDSIEADB, SPRINGS of every description, HAIR, COTTON. HUSK& STRAW MA TRESSES, SOFAS, LOUNGES, CRADLES, HALL STANDS, CENTRE TABLES, EASY CHAIRS, BOOK CASES, WARDROBES, MIRRORS, FRAMES, - NO TS, Etc., Etc. Our stock of WtfLL fypjrm & &MCQm&T£mB are entirely new patterns, and customers calling at our shops will after examination find that wo are prepared to suit all tastes and fancies. The leading Wall Taper manufacturers are design ing and printing papers so far in advance of those in former years, that we can now show styles of ZP_A.3?IEjI3/ HANa-IlsT C3-S to customers that will improve their homes so much that they will not be without them. PRICES ALWAYS THE LOWEST! Earnestly soliciting a kind patronage we invite the public to call and inspect the goods at our shops, Penii St., MILLHEIM, Penna. "W". T- HVHAXJCH: <ss SON. BUY YOUR Pootslc Shoes, -A.T J. KEMP'S XjOOK HAVEN, IP.A.. ORGAN TONE. W A<Mrw, CLOUCH A WARREN ORCAN CO., Eretft>ft,Mlch.