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THURSDAY, AUGUST 28TII, 1884. Published by R. A. BU MILLER. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. —Garden stuff is plenty. —Cool mornings— hot noons. SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL. —Mr. A. O. Deiniuger was home o ▼er Sunday to see his family. —JfissCaldwell, from Clearfield, is the guest of Mrs. A. Alexander. —ATTENTION, Voters—the last day for registration is Sept. 5., 1884. —Squirrel shooting will commence next Monday. We pity the squirrels. —Read Cleveland's letter of accept ance on the outside of tne JOURNAL. —Since the dog days are coming to an end, the weather is more delight ful. —Travel over the Pennsylvania rail road is reported to be very brisk at present. —The apple crop does not Beem to a mount to much in this section of the country. —Clevan Hockman is spending sev eral weeks in town among friends and relatives. —E. E. Bressler has returned from the West and seems to be well pleased with his trip. —Rev. C. F. Gephart aud wife, of New Berlin, are among the visitors town this week. —H. 11. Weiser Is working at his trade (tinning) with his brother Sam uel, at Mifflmburg. —We noticed the smiling phiz of Mr. Geo. Swartz, of Lewistown, on onr streets, this week. -The coming corn crop is estimated at 1,297,000,000 bushels, fifty per cent, greater than last year. —Rev.E.D.Keen and lady,of Thomp sontown, is at home on a visit to his parents and friends. —M-O-R-T is the battlecry on the walls of the rapidly growing church building on Penn street. —Our neighbor, E. W. Mauck, left for Copenhagen, N. Y., again, to be gone an indefinite time. —Mr. Henry Breon,the North street miller,looks a few shades happier since the arrival of that new boy. —Rev. C. F. Deininger, and daugh ter, Lillie, of New Berlin, are sojourn ing in Millheim, at present. —A slight frost visited this section on Sunday night but did no damage. , The first frost of the season. —Enchanting music was rendered by the band on Monday evening for Mr. Geo. Buck and his amiable bride. —Roller skating is becoming one of the most popular amusements aud rinks aie being opened everywhere. —Mr. Lemuel Shipman, the contrac tor for the railroad beyond Spring Mills, advertises for 100 workmen. —Sam. Weiser is digging—not for gold but for pure fresh water, which is as good as gold when you are real dry. FOR SALE.— A good dwelling house ia Millheim, centrally located. For particulars inquire at this office. tf —Last week bos been the warmest of the season. The thermometer regis tered from 90° to 100° above zero in the shade. —By all means call at G. W. Barter's grocery. You will be treated right ev ery time and get the full worth of your money. —A detailed account of the G. A. R. encampment at Beliefonte last week will be found on the first page of this paper. —Business men in this and neighbor ing towns will find It to their avantage to get their job printing done at this office. —Mrs. Nogle, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. Toner, of Eagleville, are at home on a visit to their parents, Mr. W. L. Musser's.; —Many of our small boys In town are now wearing campaign caps, bear ing the name of one of the Presidential candidates. —Mr. Lincoln Musser, a young gen tleman, attending school at Spring Mills, was down to attend the festival last Saturday. —Miss Ida Musser, the amiable young daughter of Mr. Ilgen Musser, is spending a few days in town on a visit to her parents. —There is a hell. It is when a loaf er in the editorial sanctum reads the exchanges aloud for the benefit of the busy editor.— Ex. —Mr. J. H. B. Hartman's residence on Penn street is being greatly improv ed by weather boarding and paint. John is a pushing fellow. —The Juniata Valley Editorial As sociation will have an excursion to Cape May on Sept 17 and remain till Sept. 19. Sour grapes for us. —Work is progressing finely on the Evangelical church and everybody ad - mires the workmanship of the skilled mechanics erecting the edifice. —A sewer is being dug back of the Luth. church on Penn street, to gain sufficient drainage for the water which accumulates in the furnace pit during the wet seasons. —We learn that the Centre Democrat, published at Bellefoute, changed hands again, Meesrs. Shugertand Orvis dis posing of their interest in the paper to J/essrs. Swavely and Bible. —Our thanks are due Mrs. Noll, the kind neighbor of the writer, for her generous gift of a basket full of apples. Such an act gladdens the heart of a poor country editor. —According to the Selinsgrove Times, Mr. F. C. Meyer, of Freeburg, has gone to Reading to assume the du ties of organist and chorister of the First Reformed church. —Carrie, a bright little daughter of Mr. Jerome Spigeltnyer'a suffered from a severe spell of sickness last Sunday, but has tecoverod, for which her anx ious parents feel grateful. —Mr. Jonathan Harter, our kind hearted neighbor,remembered the poor priuter with a liberal mess of delicious corn and a peck of fine apples. We return our warmest tbatiks. —That beautiful big sunflower in Sam Weiser's buttonhole at the festival last Saturday cast a happy reflection on the pleasant face of that gentleman. It was a masher—the sunflower. —Buck Brothers, the photographers, had attractive circulars printed at this office and we advise everybody to tike heed of their proclamation. They are first-class artists and square busiuess men. 1 —Our schoolboard has issued lettings for the repair of the North street school house. Good ; but a new, sub stantial brick school house somewhere in the centie of town for all the schools would be better. —Mr. S. K. Sankey, of Duncannon, Pa., paid his parents at this place, a visit. Mr. Sankey is still engaged in the manufacture of farming imple ments and meets with success in his enterprise at said place. Rev. J. A Bright informs us by card that his brother, Mr. C. G. Bright arrived in Ellsworth, Kansas, two weeks ago, all safe and sound. He is stopping with the Reverend, enjoys good health and is highly pleased with Kansas. —Persons in town who have visitors from a distance will do us a favor by notifying us of the fact. We wi9h to make mention of such guests out of re respect to them as well as for the sake of former resideots, who read personal items with interest. —The Farmers' Mills Cornet Band will hold a festival at Penn's Cave on Saturday, Sept. 6th 1884, for the pur pose of raising funds to pay off a debt resting on their wagon. Let the peo ple of that part of the valley turn out and help the boys along. —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,specifications and drawings, as well as a practical workman. People who entrust their work into his bands can safely rely on having it done m best style at the low est prices. tf —The Union picnic of the Millheim Sanday Schools will be held in Alexand er's grove, south of town, on Saturday, September 6tb. The managing com mittee have worked bard to make this a day of genuine pleasure and good feeling and heieby extend a hearty in yitatian to the public to attend. —The ice cream festival in the town hail on Saturday for the benefit of the Evaugelcal church of this place was very largely attended epecially so in the evening. The net proceeds amounted to over sll6, which speaks well for the liberal spirit with which our peo ple patronize an enterprise of this kind. —A gentleman from New Berlin in a private letter informs us that there was an immense crowd of people at the Swengel campmeeting—being estima ted at 2000 souls. He also remarkß that the Union Seminary at New Ber lin, of which he is an attendant, is a gain in full blast, under the excellent management of its principle, Prof. Gobble. —A as sure remedy for Sick Head ache, Sour Stomach, Dyspepsia, Indi gestion, Constipation, Torpid Liver, Biliousness &c., no medicine is equal to Dr. Baxter's Mandrake Bitters. N. H. Downs' Elixir is theoldesd and best cough remedy in existence. Bruises, scalds, burns, sprains, cuts, &c. either on man or beast, are speedily cured by the use of Heury & Johnsou's Arnica and Oil Liniment. For Sale at Spigelmyer's, Millheim aud Madisonburg, —Mrs. Zeigler's barkery advertise ment appears in another column. Mrs. Zeigler,who is a daughter of Mr. Jacob Wolf, of Brushvalley,haß been residing at Millheim, for many years, but has only been iu the bakery business for the last year. Iu that time she suc ceeded in building up a large trade, based upon the merit 3 of her work, and also on her large and well-known fami ly connections. She possesses a thor ough knowledge of the wants of her many customers and constantly in creases her custom by keeping on hand the best articles. She contemplates ad ding several improvements to her ba kery and will be pleased to accomodate the public in every possible way. Do not fail to give her a call. —W. A. Tobias showed us a curiosi ty in the shape of four apples grown in to each other. The fruit has four dis tinct cores, but the whole combination is attached to only one stein. —According to a recent decision all judicial officers over seventy years of age are disqualified, and by this ruling it is said two hundred justices of the peace in Pennsylvania will be thrown out. —Young ladies in Chambersbure have fun making cotton cakes and feeding the young men with them. This is not a new joke, but it is per fectly hilarious till some one gels chok ed to death. Then the fun ends. —Last Monday, one of John Keen's daughters.of Ihi nil township, while play ing on the roof of one of the outbuild ings, had a fall, by which she bruised her arm. A physician was summoned to relieve the sufferer. She is doing well. —Mr. If. U. Tomlinson left Monday morning for Ellsworth, Kansas, where he has accepted a lucrative mercantile position. lie will be followed by his family in a few days, as also by Mr. A. Ilarter. We wisli them all a safe jour ney and abundant luck. Mr. Tomlin son is an experienced and wide-awake business man and we think his chances for success in the Western countries are of the brightest. —Strong and persistent efforts are made by our Evangelical friends to raise the ncccessiry funds to procure a town clock to be placed on the main tower of their new church. We hope they will be successful, as a town clock would be a very valuable aud useful improvment for their church and for Millheim. Let everybody take an in terest in this matter and liberally con tribute to it. LADIES' MEDICAL ADVISER.—A oomplete Medical Work for Women, handsomely bound in cloth and illus trated ; postpaid for 10 two-cent stamps. Tells how to prevent aud cure all diseases of the sex, by a trea t merit at home. Worth its weight in Gold to every lady suffering from any of these diseases. Over 10.000 sold al ready. Address NUNDA PUBLISHING Co., Nunda, N. Y. 28-3 m. —Mr. F. P. Ottj, after several years absence paid this, his native town, a visit, to the delight of his many friends and relations. He also showed that he is still the same loyer of music as well as an expert player on the cornet by as sisting our band last Saturday white playing for the festival. Frank, during his travels, did not lose his geuial and pleasant disposition and we bid liim a hearty welcome home with the wish that he may tarry in our midst for some time. —Rev. Tomliuson preached his fare well ssrmon at this place on last Sun day forenoon. The majority of his hearers were deeply touched and many a tear of regret was seen trickling over their faces. Next Sunday fore noon be will preach in the Penns Creek church and in the evening at Aarons burg for the last time. On Sunday, Sept. 7th, Prof.Edmund J. Wolf,D.D. of Gettysburg will fill the pulpits of the Aaronsburg Luth.cbarge. —The members of the Aid Society of the Evangelical congregation of Mill heim, hereby return thanks to the peo ple of Millheim and vicinity, for their liberal donations to,and kind patronage at their Festival. We take pride in saying that the success has been all that could be desired, and the amount realized exceeds our expectations, netting the snug sum of $116.81. A gain we would say unto all, thank you. MRS. SARAII J. CAMPBELL, MRS. KATE P. HKNGST, Pres. Secy. —BOILS, pimples, skin grubs, black maggots, eruptions, scaly skin, <&c„ in dicate poisoned blood, and besides be ing disagreeable to you, afflicted reader, they are unpleasant to your friends and those compelled to come in contact with you; you owe it as a duty to your health aud your friends to take a bot tle or two of McDonald's Great Blood Purifier or Sarsaparillian Alterative, and be more pleasant and "agreeable to look at. Money refunded to dissatisfied purchasers, JOHNSTON, HOLLO WA Y tfc CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhutb, Millheim, Pa. —PAROCHIAL REPORT of the Aa ronsburg Lutheran charge for the pa3t 10 years and 5 months : Infant Baptisms, 151 ; Additions, 218 ; Dismissions, 23 ; Weddings, 63 ; Funerals, 106. Collections for Synod, $2445.21 ; Collections for Local objects, $18,816.- 46 ; Collections Ext. objects, $504.00. Perquisites amounted to $713.00. Ser mons preached—l7B4. The St. Paul's church was repaired at a cost of S2OO. The Aaronsburg church and graveyard underwent re pairs to the amount of about S9OO and the St. John's church in Millheim was built at a cost of SBOOO. There were I five orgaus purchased in the different churches on the charge. 29 conferences and 13 synods were attended and 41 communion meetings held. Catechise,prayer meetings, Sun day schools, &c., all received as much attention as it was possible to give them. A great deal of mental labor was done which cannot appear in this short abstract. ■ JOHN TOMLINSON, Pastor. —The U. 13. church is undergoing re pairs at present. A new pulpit, a coat of paint on the inside and outsida and decorative paper hangings will he the improvements and when done Mill heim will have another lino church a mong its number. —One of Mr.Josiah Long's children, fell into the creek on Tuesday, and came very near drowning. Mr. Long resides right along, the water, one half mile south of town, and his chil dren being in the habit of playing on the banks of the creek, are therefor in constant danger of failing in. —There is a story going the rounds !of the press, of an individual, promi nently described as the "Blue eyed youth," who indulges in the pleasant pastime of ducking the girls in the wa ter, down near Jersey Shore, He in vites them to go boating, takes them far out in the stream and then dips the boat, sufficient to throw them over- Ixiard, often where the water is fifteen feet deep. He has carried on this con duct very extensively of late, and the 1 eople have come to the conclusion that it is best to check-mate him before he is allowed to proceed further in his mad career of attempting to make "lit tle angels" out of some fair damsels down there. We think a dose of tar and feathers would "benefit such as he, considerably.— Philipsburg Journal. ADYICE TO MOTHERS. 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Prop erly performing its functions it elimi nates all impurities and decease germs from the blood ; failing in this misery and decease follows. An occasional dose of McDonald's Improved Liver Pills will insure regular, healthy and vigorous action of this great gland, and save doctors' bills and hays of misery. Dissatisfied buyers can have their mon ey refunded. JOHNSTON HOLLO WAY & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa. Madisonburg Scraps. Geo. Hazel has gone to Bald Eagle Ridge to clerk in a store for Mr. Rob. Miss Lizzie Ocker spent Sunday at home. She has been absent all sum mer. Miss Minnie Coats left our burg last week to return to her hbme at Farmers' Mills. Madisonburg has lost a very fine lady by her departure,. John Fisher returned from the West. It can't bo such an agreeable place,else the emigrants would not return. Mr. Samuel Hazel and lady, of near Bellefonte spent a few days with his brother in town last week. Andrew Shafer sold eleven acres of land back of town to Luther B. Stover, for the small sum of SIOO per acre. William Noll has moved into his new house. Does Miss Emma intend to read medicine ? The sham battle at Bellefonte on Tuesday of last week was but a farce compared with the one fought between a grandmother and granddaughter up the valley on Sunday. The occurrence is no credit to the young lady and shows her unpardonable disrespect for old age. 'Noughsaid. SHIN BONE. Woodward Sharps. C. W. Ilosterman's house is ready to be occupied by Mr. Van Valin. J. C. Motz is getting along fast with his new 3aw mill. Woodward girls wear green specta cles when at campmeetings. Some of our republicans are dissatis fied with the nominations. Our jolly fi iend Mesh Williams took in the encampment last week. One hundred and ten conveyances went through the Narrows ou Sunday on their way to the Union county campmeeting. Returning from the Union county campmeeting a drunken fellow ran in to Isaac Omdorf's buggy, damaging the same to the amount of $20.00, which of course had to he paid by the culprit. GULOYER. —TESTIMONIALS many times are cut from the whole cloth, and for every one voluntarely giyen in praise of a merit orious article an unscrupulous and dis honest manufacturer can write up a dozen tor his worthless products ; but the following card from the trayeler of Sower, Potts & Co., a publishing house known in almost every state in the Union, is so emphatic and to the point that we cannot refrain from giving it in evidence : "Georgetown, Pa. J. A. McDonald, Dear Sir Please forward by express at once one bottle Curtis' Carmelite Cordial to C. F. Camp, Esq., Stroudsburg, Monroe Co, Pa. It cured me so quickly and com pletely last summer that I reccommend it highly to all my friends." 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