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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH, 1884.
Published toy R.~A~BUMIL LBrT LOCAL DEPARTMENT. SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL. —Huckleberries are as scarce as money. —lf you have not registered yet, do it Unlay. —Tax Receipt Books for sale at the JOURNAL store. —The weather Is cool and delightful for the last few days. —This is the month in which fresh oysters appear on the markets. —Our thanks are due Mrs. Jacob Keen for a dish of delicious applebut ter. —Mr. M. I. Jamison became the hap py father of a young daughter last Mon day. —Cleveland and Hendricks campaign badges are making their appearau ce in town. —Sugar Valley campmeeting was largely attended from this section ou Sunday. —Squirrel hunters are hard at work. The woods daily re-echo the sound of the gun. —The band boys are talking of play* ing a game of base ball at the Union picnic next Saturday. —Town was exceedingly quiet this week, owing to the busy time the farm ers put in OQ their fields. —For anything in the job printing line come to the JOURNAL office. First class work and low prices. —J. B. Fisher, Esq., one of Gregg township's weighty Democrats, gave our office a call la9t Monday. —The new arrival of a girl baby at his hotiie suites James W. Lose tip-top and of course he is proud of it. —Mr. S. D. Musser and family were off to Jersey Shore several days, on a visit to Revs. Shoch's at that place. FOR SALE.—A good dwelling house IR Jlfillheim, centrally located. For particulars inquire at this office. tf —During the mnth of August there were coined in the miot of Philadel phia, 3,292,000 pieces, valued at $1,285,- 000. —Business men in this and neighbor ing towns will find it to their ayantage to get their job printing done at this office. —Mis. R. B. Hartman and daughter of Miiiheim were the guests of Mr. Geo. Spyker Tcceutly.—Miffiinburg Telegraph, —The mother and a lady friend of Mrs.J.F.Torbert.were spending several weeks at the rsideuce of that lady at Penns Creek. , —The executor's notice of J. C. Rote, for the estate of Simon Rote, late of Aaronsburg, deceased, appears in another column. —Mr. Wm. Ker stetter has occasion to sing the old, familiar song, "Rock the baby in the tree top." It's a dar ling little girl. —Somehow this was a hard week to gather local items of any importance, and by all appearances our correspond ents did not succeed at all. —Mrs. Johathan Harter has been confined to the house by rheumatism for over a week. We wish the suffer ing lady a speedy recovery. -Mrs. Sarah Zeigler has put out a a fine sign in front of her bakery on Penn street. C. W. Albright painted the same with his usual skill. —A large amount of Phosphate is be ing hauled from Coburn,by the farmers of Penns ann Brush valleys. Phosphate is becoming a popular fertilizer. —Mr. Calvin Meyer, of Belief on te, was in town on Tuesday, looking after political matters. He and his brother, Prof. W. T. Meyer paid us a pleasant visit. —Mr. Sol. Ettlinger, of Woodward, received a car load of peaches on Wed nesday forenoon, which he sold almost as fast as he could haul them from the station. -i . ' —Now that the ladies are attired in "Mother Hubard" dresses, the gentle men ought to look around for "Father Hubbard" costumes for the sake of be ing in style. ERRONEOUS.—In the announcement of Prof. Wolf's preaching in the Aa ronsburg Lutb. charge on last week's issue the date should be Sept. 14th in stead of 7th. —Daniel Wilt, Esq., and wife, left Miiiheim last Thursday for Franklin, Venango Co., Pa., where they expect to make their future home with their son, Mr. Lorenzo Wilt. —The pulpits of the Aaronsburg Luth. charge being made yacant by Rev. Tomlinson's departure the mem bers of that charge are making efforts to secure another pastor. —Miss Ida Musser and Mr. F. P.Ot to left their large circle of friends at this place to return to O rbisonia, Pa., where they are staying with Mr. N. E. Otto. Hope they will pay their visits frequently,* I —ln the coming election it will be of some importance to be in possession of your tax receipts. The JOURNAL store has the handiest and neatest tax receipt book for sale. Come and get one. —Prof. Wm. T. Meyet and family, return to their homo at Shamokin, Pa., to-day, after having pleasantly spent several weeks among relatives and friends at Aaronsburg, their native town. —C. A. Sturgis, of Lewisburg, visit ed our burg in the beginning of the week. He and his little daughter lies ale, and a gentleman friend, called at the JOURNAL office, and witnessed the process of printing. —Samuel Gramley and J. B. Craw ford, executors of the estate of Johu Blerly, late of Miles township, deceas ed, will make public sale of the real estate of decedent on Saturday, October 4th, next. See Bills. —To-day is the la9t day on which you can register and deliuquent demo crats would better attend to this duty at once, if they wish to vote on the 4th of November. October the 4th is the last day to pay taxes. Mr. Byron lloutz, of Coburn sta tion, barely escaped from a serious ac cident in beiug thrown from oue of the cars while the train was in motion. He received a heavy bump on the head and lauded but a few feet from the rail. —The changed and attractive adver tisement of Bunnell & Aikens,of Belle fonte, the popular dealers of musical instruments appears in this week's is sue. Reserve your orders for them— no better firm to deal with iu the state. —Mr. Wm. Kurtz and brother Charles, sons of editor Kurtz, of Cen tre Hall, looked in on the JOURNAL on Tuesday. They take much in terest iu printing offices and the craft, doubtles because they intend to spend their future in the newspaper business. —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.speciflcations and drawings, as well as a practical workman. People who entrust their work into his hands can safely rely on having it doue iu best style at the low est prices. tf —The Union picnic of the Miiiheim Sunday Schools will be held iu Alexand er's grove, south of town, on Saturday, September Cth. The managing com mittee have worked hard to make this a day of genuine pleasure aud good feeling and hereby extend a hearty in yitatian to the public to attend. —Miss Winnie, daughter of B. F. Reighard, of Light Street, Columbia Co., Pa., and a consin to Mrs. B. F. Kister, of this place, is at present the guest of that lady. She is an accomp lished seamstress, and expects to follow her trade in town provided she can get the patronage of the public. —A large circle of relatives and friends gathered at the residence of Mrs- Sarah Harter, on Wednesday evening of last week and gave an en joyable party in honor of the 64th an niversary of her birthday. The lady wat agreeably surprised and deeply af fected by the kindnes a of her friends. —The Granger's great picnic at William'B Grove Pa., which had be gun on Monday, Aug. 25th, was ended on Friday, the 29th,on which day Gen eral Butler closed the festivities by a fifty-minutes speech which was deliver ed to a crowd of about 10,000 people. The attendance throughout is reported to have been very large. —John Rockey, of Cedarville, 111., Geo. W. Swartz, of Lewistown, Pa., Millard Mechtley, of Beaver Springs, Pa., and Judge Frank of Rebersburg, were some of our callers last week, aud enlisted as subcribers for another year for the JOURNAL, making their orders more forcible by cash remittances. Thanks, gentlemen—call again. FOOT MASHED.— Thursday morning while endeavoring to jump on a moving freight train at Clinton avenue, Charles Spangler, of Rebersburg, made a mis step and, falling with one of his feet on the ra'l, had it severely mashed. Dr. Watson,the company's physician, gave the wounded man necessary attention. Clinton Democrat , Aug. 28th. —Many of our people hardly have any idea of the amount of meat consumed in this commuuitv during the past six months. The following interesting fig ures we obtained from John Miller, the manager of the Miiiheim meat market: Killed and sold from Feb. 28 to Aug. 28., 65 beeves and 16 calyes, weighing 29,069 pounds. 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 and cure all diseases of the sex, by a treat menfc 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. —Subscriptions are taken just now for the purpose of procuring street lamps for this borough. This is anoth er step in favor of bringing our town up to the modern standard and we urge our citizens to support the movement by liberal contributions. The accom modation of street lights on dai k fall and winter evenings cannot be valued too much. —During the heavy thunderstorm, which occurred on Saturday afternoon, the old cherry tree in front of 'Squire Eisenhuth's residence on Main street, was blown down. Several other trees in town met the same fate. Somo of the shutters off the old Ev. church were torn of and c.irried acrosss the creek by the powerful blast. A heavy rain continued to fall for about fifteen minutes. —An incorrect statement occurred in an item among the locals of last week's JOURNAL, which we hasten to recall. It was to the effect, that the •Centre Democrat , published at Belle fonte, had changed proprietors. The information was had from a private source and proved wrong. East week'a Centre Democrat came to us with the names of the old publishers, Shugort and Orwis, at its head and no intima tion of a change appears in its col umns. —ANY HOUSEKEEPER who sends at once the names of five married ladies,at same address, and 12 two-cant stamps for postage, will receive free for one. en tire year, a handsome, entertaining and instructive Domestic Journal, devoted to Fashions, Fancy Work, Decorating, Shopping, Cooking, and Household matters. Besi Paper published for La dies. Every Housekeeper wants it. Reg ular price, §1.00. Must send now ! Ad dress DOMESTIC JOURNAL, 28-3 m Nunda, N.Y. —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 Miiiheim, for many years, but has only been in the bakery business for the last year. In that time she suc ceeded in building up a large trade, based upon the raerit3 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. — l The tall church edifice on Penn street is growing. On last Thursday the carpenters erected the steep princi pal timbers for the Gothic roof, which is to adorn the building. A crowd of people watched the somewhat danger ous and risky proceedings with upturn ed faces and anxious eyes. But every thing went on smoothly and without the slightest accident. The brick lay ers expect to have all the stone work completed by the end of this week, and the roof will be ready for the sheeting and slate by next week. Millard Mechtly and his force of men will go to Aaronsburg next week to lay the brick of the new Reformed church there. —FOR habitial constipation, billious ness, sick heacache,torpidity ol the liv er, congestion of the kidneys, malaria and all complication arising from a de generated condition of the bowels, liver or kidneys, McDonald's Improved Liv er Pills can be depended upon for cer tain and permanent relief; as a dinner pill, gentle cathartic and safe aperient, they are without an equal. Many emi nent physicians use them in their daily practice. Money refunded to dissatis fied purchasers. JOHNSTON HOLLO WAY & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Miiiheim, Pa. —Rev. John Tomlinson's valedictory sermon at Aaronsburg on Sunday e - ening, was a recapitulation of his la bors during the past 10 years on this charge, and was attentively listeued to by a crowded house. His text was tak en from the twentieth chapter of the Acts, comprising the 18, 19, 20, 21, and the 25, 26 and 27th verses. He devid ed bis subjects into four parts, namely self-vindication, self commendation, and the matter and manner of his preaching while pastor of his church. His remarks were marked by the strict confinement to the bare truth and by the sincerity of expression so charact eristic of his preaching. He closed his impressive address by bidding the Aa ronsburg people and congregation an affectionate farewell. On Monday morning he and his fam ily departed for Abbottstown, York Co., Pa., his new field of labor. Our best wishes and sincere regiets accom pany them. —The editor and wife are indebted to Miss Elmira Stover, of Penns Creek, for a large and beautiful bouquet,which she presented to us. The bouquet is a collection of 150 varieties of flowers, very tastefully arranged and dealing out a splendid aroma. We hereby gratefully acknowledge this token of the lady's friendship the remembrance of which will remain fresh long after the fragrance of the flowers ha 9 ceased to fill our office. MULTUM IN PARVO.— McDonald's Great Blood Purifier or Sarsaparillian Alterative is the most highly concen trated, most harmonizing and skillfully combined of all the blood medicine of fered the public. Many certificates from well-known and worthy persons could be furnished to substantiate the virtues claimed for this great medicine, but the manufacturer prefers simply to say any purchaser feeling the benefit derived from the use of a bottle not equivalent to tlie seventy-five cents in vested in the purchase can have their money returned. JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Miiiheim, Pa. —G. W. llarter'a horse run off yes- terday afternoon and made pieces of the harness before it could be captured. —lt Is everybody's advantage that D. S. Kmffraan, of the firm of D.S. Kauff mnn & Co., went, to Philadelphia and New York, accompanied by his father, to buy in an immense fall stock of gen oral merchandise. They buy for cash, get heavy discounts and give their cus tomers (he benefit. We will with lliis stock bo able to supply our customers with anything they may call for, from a pin to a hogshead of molasses and will positively sell at the lowest prices, guaranteeing at the same time that our goods will be what we represent them to be. We kindly invite the puolic to come and see this large and complete stock. No trouble to show goods. Come all. Respectfully, D. S. KAUFFMAN & Co. —Mr. I). O. Liggett and wife, of Wooster, Wayne Co., Ohio, one of the foremost merchants of that place, have been visiting Mr. John Ligget's at Beech Creek, Clinton Co., Pa., and both these gentlemen accompanied by their ladies were the guests of ex-sher iff Musser at this place several days last week. They along with Mrs. J. W. Toner and Mrs. N ogle took a trip to the Peon's Valley caves and were delighted with the novel sights and beautiful landscape. The hospitality of our people made a very favorable im pression on the Ohio visitors. —We understand that the programme 'for next Saturday's Union picnic is as follows : At nine o'clock, a. m., the several schools will assemble in the Pen n street school house yard, where they will form in procession and be conducted to the grove, by the Mill heim baud. At ten o'clock the exer cises, consisting of several addresses, interspersed by music, will be opened. Baskets contaiuin g the eatables should lie brought to the schoolyard, from where they will be conveyed by wagon to the grounds. A full turnout of the people is expected and a pleasant time anticipated. JAS. It. IRWIN, druggist, Curwi9ville, Pa., writes : "J. A. McDonald, Dear Sir .-—Send us i gross of your Worpi Powders,they give good satisfaction to our trade. Professionally, I always recommend them, as I consider thev embody to the utmost the principal and most desir able points in vermifuge—smallness of dose, easiness to take, compactness and elegance, while our steadily increasing sales attest their value as a worm de stroyer and the satisfaction they give our trade." Dissatitfied purchasers can have their money refunded. JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim,Pa. —The following notice has been post ed up at all conspicuous places by con stable Aid,of Penn township : NOTlCE. —Special Township Elec tion. Notice is hereby given that by an order of the Court of Quarter Sess ions of Centre County a special elec tion will be held for Penn Township at the Public House of W. S. Musser, in the Borough of Millheim (the usual place of holding elections for said township) on Saturday, September 20th, ISS4, between the hours of one and seven o'clock P. M., for the pur pose of determining upon the expedien cy of changing the place of holding the general, special and township election for said Township of Penn from the public house of W. S. Musser, in the Borough of Millheim, to the public house or tavern of Joseph Kleckner, at Cobum, iD the Township of Penn. SAMUEL ARD, Constable of Penn Twp. Wolfe Store Items. Mrs. C. C. Dunkle, who formerly boarded with Mr. H. G. Rover has left for Harrisburg. Mrs, David Wolf was taken serious ly ill last Monday evening, but is now improving fast. A large number of our people attend ed the Sugar Valley campmeeting. On returning home, Mr. John Breon and son were on the sick list. Mr. L. P. Bierly left this place on Monday for Bloomsburg, where he in tends to attend tfoe Normal School. Teams are busy hauling lumber from the saw mill here, which denotes a brisk lumber trade. ANON. ADVICE TO MOTHERS. Arc you disturbed at night and broken of your rest by a sick child suffering and crying with pain of cutting teeth ? If so, send at once and get a bottle of MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING. Its value is Incalculable. It will relieve the poor little suf ferer immediately. Depend upou it, mothers, there is no mistake about it. It cures dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates the stomach and bowels, cures wind colic, softens the gums, ro duces inflammation, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTU ING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING is pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription oi one of the oldest and best female nurses and physici ans In the United States, and is for sale by all druggists throughout the world. Price 25 cents a bottle. IN TIME OF PEACE PREPARE FOR PEACE.— Changes of climate, diet and water, ofttimes atmospheric changes a lone, will subject some member of the family to cholera morbus, dysentery, &c., when the wail of misery in the "wee sma' hours of the night" an nounce the fact, and you are sent from your comfortable bed across lots of down back alleys for a doctor, 'twould be a good time to reflect that had you only secured a bottle of Curl is' Carmel ite Cordial in time, you could with a few drops have headed off the attack, saved a doctor's bill, and secured a peaceful night's rest. Dissatisfied pur chasers can have their money refunded. JOHNSTON, HOLLOW AY tfc CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa. .HI II lift m Hut-Kef Corrected every Wednesday Wheat, old, 1.00 Corn 05 Rye 00 nats White 40 buckwheat Flour 5.10 Suit,per bid 1.4a Planter,ground Cement, per Bushel 45 to 50 barley tin Tymothysoed Flaxseed 100 Oloverseed 050 butter 12 Mains 14 Hides 12 Veal Pork Heel KggS ' 15 Potatoes .15 I*ml 12 CATARRH Hay Fever type of catarrh ■JTT£L.Y *=> having peculiar Wf*tended by an inflam- condition of the "||ri n | llnlus membrane of W^S c OLS t1 * n tAD|tlte nostrils, t e a r- PuM/rri/rr&Vl£ kf mducts and throat, af- * fueling the lungs. An eM acrid inueus issecre- B&- •'/ A- &JH ted. the discharge Is Br / Heeonipanled with a painful burning sen- HWPfaar' sal lou. There are se- vere spasms of sneez x£y a.* h ing.freuuent attaeks of blinding head- HAY-FEVER Inflamed state of the Ely's Cream Ilalni Is a remedy founded on a correct diagnosis of this disease and can bo de pended upon. 50cts. at drugvlsU; 60 cts. by mail, sample bottle by mail 10 cts. Kr.y Bms , Druggists, Owego, N. Y. I reocoiiimeiul to those suffering (asl have) with Hay Fever, Kyi's Cream Balm, j have tried nearly all the remedies,and give this a de cided preference over them all. It has given me immediate relief.—C T. STEPHENS, Hard ware Merchant, Ithaca, N. Y. Wi VfllVVtEnergetic, reliable men t> sell Ail 1 fill Fruit Trec,tiriipeVliie, Khrnbs, RONCM. etc. SAl.auy and EX- I'ESSKH nald. Full Instructions given, so inexperienced men can learn the business. Ad dress .1 . F. LECLARK, Brighton, N. Y. (1 mile east of Rochester, N. Y.) WANTED S graphy. 14,000 miles of wire now being extend ed by the B. &O. Telegraph Co., The National Tel. Co. Organized. The Bankets & Mer chants' aud 'Hie Postal Tel. Cos. are both push ing ahead with new lines. The Standard Multi plex Tel. Co.. recently incor|>orated, extends fcast. West, North und South. Good positions now ready. For further Information, address, with stamp. 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