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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20TH, 1884.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER. OhnrGii & Sunday Sciiool Directory. Evangelical. Revs. B. Henpst and J. R. Fox. Preach'* Preaching next Sunday evening. Sunday School, IJ^P.M.—I). L. ZKKitr.Supt, Missionary Society moots on the third Mon day evening of each month. Methodist. Rev. G. P. R. Sarvis, Preacher-in-charpe. Protracted meeting in progress. Sunday School at A. M.—D. A Musser, Sup't Reformed. Rev. Zirinph .4. Yearicl\ Pastor. Preaching at , Cobuvu next Sunday afternoon a nd in Aarousbutgin the eveing. Mite society meets regularly on the tlrst Tues jlav evening of each mouth. United Brethren. Rev J. G. IF. Herald, Preaehcr-ir.-eharge. See local. Sunday school,9 A.M.— J. G. W. Herald Sunt Lutheran. Sunday School at 9 A.M.— ll. E. Duck.Supt The Augsburg Rlblo Class meets every Sun. day. Ladies' Mite Society meets on the flrst Mon day evening of each month. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL. —School Books at. the JOURNAL Store on Penn Street. —Heavy frosts with a little bit of snow in order. —Screendoors and mosquito bars sleep their winter sleep. —Cleveland knocked the stuflin' out of the Republican party. —Our skating rink was opened last evening and was fairly attended. —Gilt edged note papr just received at the JOURNAL STORE. Call on us. -How the "Solid South" must take it by our republican contemporar ies. —Mr. Michael Ulrich,an aged citizen residing in the Loop, Potter township is seriously ill. —E. Bartholomew has placed a noa 1 picket fence around his piemises on Pinu street. —Don't depend upon your neighbor for a local newspaper, but subscribe for one yourself. —Dinges, Trumpfneller & Co. are about buying their second large stock. Go and see them. —Mr. Aleck Weakley, who resides with H. H. Weiser's ou Main street, is very ill with dropsy. —There is a rumor afloat that Penns Creek Cave, in this valley, is to have a summer resort hotel. —The Pennsylvania Railroad his de clared a semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent., payable Nov, 20th. —A number of our Democrats atten ed the parade and jubilee at Spring Mills last Monday evening. —This office turns out job work at short notice, in the best style and at low prices. Bring your orders. —Mr. Gardner and Mr. Meek and ladies from Potter township were vis itors at H. H. Weiser's last week. —Mr. James Cantner, of Millmont, was the guest of his sister, Mrs. S. D. Musser, for seyeral days last week. —Mr. Wm. Pealer of Sprirg Mills expects to re enter the mercantile bus iness at that place in the near future. —Rev. F. Aurand of Rebersburg will preach in the Lutheran church of this place on Sunday evening Nov* 23. —Somel errors having occurred last week in the table of Centre county's wote, we re-publish the same corrected. —FOR SALE.— Seven grey-hound pups for sale at reasonable prices. Ap ply to J. W. MUSSER. stf Woodward, Pa. —Do not forget the supper to be giv en by the ladies of the Lutheran church of this place on Thanksgiying eve. for school books, Slates, Slate and Lead Pencils, Papt-r and Envelopes, etc. at the JOURNAL STORE. —Now is the time to buy your win ter supplies and Diuges, Trumpfheller & Co's>tore* at Coburn is the place to get them. —The annual sales of sawed lumber in the United States are said to aggre gate two hundred and twenty three inillio n dollars. November term of Centre county court will commence next Monday. Our townsman D. L. Zerby, is one of the grand jurors. —Many of our town folks feel happy and proud oyer their fine porkers. Ev erybody is getting ready for the slaugh .tering campaign. _An infant child, about two months -old, of James Immel, Penn township, •died on Tuesday night of last week. Jt was buried on Thursday. Since the election of Grover Cleve land has been established beyond a •doubt, the democrats in this neighbor hood truly enjoy their jubilees. —The best place for Ladies' Coats and Jackets, Men's Overcoats and Suits, Boots and Blankets is at Diuges, Trumpfheller & Co's, Coburn Pa. The Harrisburg Patriot says that a number of the members-elect to the legislature of 1885, are already secur ing boarding houses for next winter. —Mr Win. Rcnrick, father of Peter llearick of this place, is lying in a crit ical condition ;it the residence of his son. —'Thick ntid fast—the now goods coming in al P. S. Kanff man A: Go's, store on Main sluot. ( all ou them and get bargains. —A small lot of thost Dress Goods at (H cents are still on our counters. They go fast. ' DINOKS, TRUMPFHKLLKR A: Co., Coburn, Pa. —The Vanderbllt Hotel at Sliarao kin, the finest hotel in the town, was recently closed by the sheriff and the furniture sold by him.— Lewisburg Jour nal. —Mrs. D. Ruhl and danglrter, ac companied by Mrs. .J. Ilarter,whose guests thev had been, all left for Union county last Friday, to visit relations there. —Our readers will find the adminis trators* notice of Jacob Gobble and B. F. Frankenbarger in this week's issue of the .JOURNAL, under the head of le gal advertisements. —COLD feet—two feet of snow. Bad cold—one settled on the lungs. Good cure —Dr. Kessler's Celebrated English, Cough Medicine. Sold by J. Eisenhnth, Millheim, Pa PURE ITALIAN BEES FOR SALE.— The undersigned wishes to sell about 30 colonies of bees at reasonable prices. Call on D. K. MUSSER. Aaronsburg, Pa. —A number of our citizens were to Belief on te last Friday evening and wit nessed the democratic jollification. They say it was the finest demonstra tion ever held incur county seat. —The Bellefonte Republican seems to die hard. Brother Tuten still tells his readers that Blaine will be the Pres ident. It's a fairy tale, and it lakes great imaginaiy powers to believe it. —We are requested to announce that Rev. Zimmerman, former Lutheran pastor of the Rebersburg charge, will preach in the U. B. chinch of this place next Suuday forenoon at 10 o'clock. - On Saturday, Nov. 29th, ISB4, Mr. Joseph Bierly, attorney for the heirs o of Michael Bierly, late of Miles town ship, deceased, will sel> at public sale, the real estate of decedents, situate in Madisonhurg. See !3ills. —At this writing—Wednesday morn ing—the ground is covered with about two inches of snow with indications for more. The country is changed into a'winter scene and the boys are hunting up his sled for a frolic. —How swiftly the tirAe goes ! After next Thursday, (Thanksgiving Day) the blessed season of Christmas will on ly be a little over three weeks off, and already the little folks look forward with expectant eyes to the hallowed holiday. FOUND. - $3.50 a Cabinets! Now is the time to have vour pictures taken at Buck Bros, gallery on North street, Millheim, Pa. From Novem ber 13th to Jan 1. 1885 thev will put out Cabinet size photographs at $3,5 C a dozen. Don't forget it and go tnere. —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 hands can safely rely on having it done in best style at the low est prices. tf —Another barber shop in Millheim. Mr. Geo. Springer, who formerly work ed at the trade with W. J. Springer has opened shop on the second floor of Snook's corner building on Main street. If George continues to improve as he has done in the past he will make his mark as a tonsorial artist. He enjoys a fair custom. —On Friday morning about 2 o'clock a large fire destroyed several million feet uf lumber belonging to Kreamer, Mann & Co., at Flemington, south of Lock Haven, also the bridge across Bald Eagle Creek and seyeral stables and outbuildings in the near vicinity. The flames were busy in their destruc tive work for about four hours. LOOK HERE.— This is the third time since June that D. S. Kauffman & Co., have been to the citv to buy goods and every time they bring home an im mense stock of general merchandise. More than that, they have been and are ordering goods daily by mail and through salesmen. These facts prove that at their place you are sure to get "bargains." —A SIGN in Cleveland reads "Ice Kream Salune," which is probably the worst cold spell of the season ; but for the worst spell of cold Dr. Kessler's Celebrated English Cough Medicine is the best cure you will be able to find JOHNS TON, 7/0 LL OWA Y & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa. —On Tuesday forenoon, while Ex- Sheriff Shaffer was 011 his way from Nittany to Brush yalley, an accident befell him, which might have caused his death. By some means which we were unable to ascertain, the buggy was upset and along with its occupants and the horse thrown down an embank ment of about 20 feet, near the old toll gate in the mountains between said vabeys. Mr. Shaffer almost miracu ously escaped with a few severe bruises. Thß buggy was completely wrecked. Thanksgiving Supper. The Ladies* Milt' S'M it'll/ of iLt' j Lutheran Church of Jhllhcini in/I , give a "thanksgiving Supper ID the j Told! It >ll till 'I filti'Stltlt/ ci'i'lli lltf, \Xor.-Jl'lh. The hill of fare will he TI'RKErS, l)) 'STE h\%i/arnd, and fried TEA and C CREAM and CAKE A. Mr ah—HO cents. Ogstcr Stews- HO cents. Children half price. Snpj will ettiniitenee at 0 ifclock", p. in. .1 fahle filletl with l\\.\(') AJT TICLRS. hi iw tillered fur sale, will he one of the attractive features ot the evening. the proceeds will he used for the jiurrhase of Muttimj for the Sundag Si'hoot. .1 cordial in rihtlion is c.rfended to to a generous public. —The ENTERPRISE MEAT CIIOPPKR has been tested and endorsed by over one hundred Agricultural Journals. The Farm & Fireside says : "After test ing. each Editor immediately ordered an Enterprise Meat Chopper for his family use."' The American Agricult urist says : These Choppers excel anything of the kind made in either Hemisphere. See large advertisement in another column. JUBILEE.— On Monday evening the Gregg township Democracy had a splendid ratification of Cleveland and Ilendrick's election, at Spring Mills. About six o'clock a glaring bonfire on the hill west of the town lit up the sur rounding country and the large and spacious business houses in the new part of Spring Mills were grandly illu minated. Grenoble's stoie house, Bib by's hotel and McCool's residence pie seuted a fine sight with its hundreds of burning candles and lamps and truly looked like a golden crown, setting off the rest of town to great a l vantage. About seven o'clock a procession, e quipped with torches and jap.tnese lan terns and headed by the Farmers' Mills band and a drum corps started from Bibby's hotel to have a walk around, after which the large crowd of people who had gathered in f-om all parts of the valley assembled in front of Bar tholomew's store to listen to appro priate addresses by Wm. Heinle and J. L. Spangler, cf Bellefonte and G. W. Koch of Potter township. A hue display of fire works fittingly closed the demonstration and greatly enter tained the enthusiastic and lively crowd. Spring Mills can justly he proud of her Jubilee. It was a well-arranged and libeially supported affair. The citizens of the place seemed to he fully awake to the great victory and all stroye to do their snare in making the jubilee a success, in which lliev did not tail. It was a credit to Spiing Mills. ANOTHER JUBlLEE.— Peiliaps in all the history of this growing little bor ough, there never was such a harmoni ous and social time of enjoyment spent ly our democrats as was last Tuesday evening, when they celebrated their great victory in the late election. Early in the morning the citizens went to work in good earnest with the view of painting the town as red as possible. Flags[were swung to the breeze and nearly all the business places and many private residences were dressed in the festive garb of America's colors. Ex tensive preparations were made to brill iantly illuminate, as soon as darkness set in and several men were bard at work building a tremendous stack of pitch wood for the bonGre. When evening had come Main street and part of North street were shinning forth in splendor and s ion Penn street followed suit. Our two hotels presented the richest appearance and everyb>dy ad mired the good taste which the land lords displayed in the arrangement of t':eir candles, lamps and Chinese lan terns, and they certainly deserve great credit, for their efforts. From the hill down to the bridge it was a continuous chain oi flaming jets and the streets were full of people in spite of the fall ing snow. At about 7 o'clock the band struck up a national air, giving the signal for a walk around. Marshall Krain then took charge of the parade of about 200 men and boys,who march ed through Main and Penn stieets to the lively music of the drum corps and the band. When they came back to the First National Hotel they were shortly but ably addressed by D. W. Cox, Esq., of Lewisburg. The jollifi cation was wound up with the grand est bonfire ever vvitiisssed in this neigh borhood. When the high Stack of pitch wood, saturated with coal oil, was set on fire, the column of flames aboutthiriy feet high, on an elevated point west of town shed a bright and d izing light over the wholi town. Three tremendous cheers for Cleveland and for Curtin went up and the stirring band and marshal music helped to make things very lively. The most pleasant feature of the oc casion was the decorum and good-feel ing which prevailed throughout the evening. Not an intoxicated pet son could be seen, nor was any improper language oeard. Everybody seemed to be filled with a quiet but earnest enthu siasm over ou; great victory and the many illuminated houses seemed to stand out like proud and telling monu ments of the deep joy which our good and faithful Democrats feel oyer their first yictory in twenty-four years. Oobum Briofa. No less limn eight trains passed through hereon .Monday. The contemplated excursion to the Spring Mills ralilie ilioit was a (jz/.10. Hurrah for the tMbtiru hunters—six deer and a large black bear is the re sult of their last trip. Daniel Hisen huth, Anion tlrenninger, Samuel Kv art.dae >b Mover and Thos. Ihs-ahuth were among the party. They deserve the medal. Some of our neighbors are thinking hmd about a proposed wedding. Guess it's correct. Important business must require Cleye Dinges' attention at Centre Hall, as we notice bun travel in that direc tion very often. We were very much pleased with the sermon delivered bj the llev.lt. llengst on Sunday evening and think our Evangelical friends have reason to be proud of their taleiited minister. No dull times here since Cleveland's election. Ear i one offers to try to do the best in making money plenty and •that is why our business men are so busy. Z. Madisonburg News. Simon Hazel is dangerously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Daniel lioush of this place bea's anything in the line ot beets yet beard from as far as weight is concerned. She boasts of a beet weighing 9| pounds. Mr. Fisher and lady of Tusseyville were the guests of Dr. Leo over sun day. Mrs. Sarah Metzenstein of Nebraska is paying her father,Mr.Jeremiah Iloy, near town, a visit. She expects to stay here about live weeks. We are pleased to see our good friend A. Ocker on the streets again. Mr- Oeker was confined to the house foi a bout four weeks. Mr. John Hazel, of Altoona, spent Saturday and Sunday with his sick father. John llrown, of Bellefoute, came to town to see wife and baby. Eddie Shafer, of Lock Haven came home to see father and mother. The fatted calf was not killed, but instead two young Cleveland roosters. While partaking of one of them at noon Ed die remarked " Mam si sin atccr gut." Mrs. Halderman, of State College, spent Saturday and Sunday with her son Daniel at this place. Mr. Newton Fiedler called on J. J. Ocker 011 Saturday evening. STILL. Woodward Items. James Ettlinger is sojourning in Philadelphia for the present. The protracted meeting at this place has not met with very good success up to this writing. J. C. Motz's saw mill will soon be in running order. Sam don't care to have any more weddings at his place. Noah still sticks to Benny Butler. The butchering season has commenc ed. Glyer and MucKle are on the war path just now. Warren Ettlinger is nursing his big toe. which got sore by a cut. \V arreo, why not cut the wood, in place of the toe ? Spotty has changed boarding places. Chestnuts were scarce and the season is over. Wedding-Belts—This time the par ties were Wm. Hinkson and Sarah Ilosterraan. But alas, William had entirely forgotton the date of the hap py event and came to town unprepared, lie was compelled to call on some of the neighbors for help out of the diffi culty, and brother Rob accomodated him. The calathumpians were duly on hand. TEDRO. —PETERSON'S MAGAZINE for De cember comes to us ahead of all others, a perfect marvel of beauty. There aie more than a hundred pages of reading matter ; two superb steel-plates ; a col ored pattern, costler even than a chro mo ;'a colored fashion-plate,double size, printed from steel; and more than half a hundred wood-cuts of fashions, work table patterns, etc., etc. The stories are exceptionally good; though "Peter son" always has the very best. It is a standing wonder to us how this maga zine can be furnished at its low price ; it can only be explained by the enor mous circulation which 'Peterson" has now for more than thirty years. We really suppose there are few families,at all pretending to refinement, in which this magazine is not to be found. It claims, and not undeservedly, to give more for the money—ana of better qual ity—than any other. The December number ends the year. Now, there fore, is the time to subscribe for 1885, or to get up clubs. We advise our fair readers to subscribe for no magazine till they have seen a copy of this. Specimens are sent gratis,if written for in good faith. The price is hot Two DOLLARS a year to single swbscribeis. To clubs, it is cheaper still, viz : Four copies for six dollars and a half, with an extra copy of the magazine as a premium to the person getting up the cluo. 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White Honey Drip Syrup, 45 cts. |er gal. BINGES, TRUMPFHELLER & CO., COBURN. PA. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE % TRY TO THINK where they can purchase the BEST AND MOST GOODS For The Least Cash! I answer this problem in the following prices.* 4-4 Augusta Muslin, 5 3-4 cts. Appleton Muslin, 8 3-4 cts. Lancaster Gingham, 8 cts. Good Prints at 4 and 5 cents. Better and Best Prints at 5 and 6 cents. Ladies' Rubbers at 35 and 40 ct. Gents' Overshoe, 60 cts. MATCHES, 200 IN A BOX, 2 CENTS PER BOX. Best Ohio Stone Ware, ALL SIZES, 9 cts. pr. gal. Large line of DRESS GOODS, 5 c. per yd. lately sold at doable that price. AN EXCEEDINGLY LARGE STOCK OF— CLOTHING, Boots & Shoes, —AT EQUALLY LOW PRICES.— To be convinced, call and ask prices. Thanking 1 you for past favors, I willjtry to suit you still better in the future. Respectfully.. J. W. SNOOK, PA. CORNER OP MAIN AND NORTH STREETS.