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THURSDAY, APRIL 15TH, 1886. PubllßheKjTby R. A. BUMILLBRT LOCAL NEWS. -To-morrow is Arbor Day. —Easter cards are in order. • —SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL. —Why uot attend to business, ye fire laddies ? -FirSt-cl ass iob work done at the JOURNAL o fiice. —The painter and paper hanger puts in his best licks. —Gentle spring is here—and with it the frogs, flies and straw-hats. —Last evening it was 21 years that Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. —D. W. Zeigler is leveling the yard around his new house on Penn street. —W. Miles Walker, our genia' and popular sheriff, was iu town on Mou day. —On Monday Mr. W. L. Bright, of this place, took a carload of tine cattle to Philadelphia. —County Treasurer Smith has his long list of sales of unseated lands in this week's issue. —Miss Sarah Alter, of Lock Haven, is at preseut visiting friends and rela tives at this place. WANTED.— A lot of Cloyerseed at D, S. Kauffman & Uo's store. Fair price paid. Bring it in. —Anonymous communications are invariably consigned to the waste bask et. Please remember this. —Old Hickernell, of Uuion county, came through here oue day last week, offering "fresh shad" for sale. —The Lotberans of Rebersburg charge have tendered Rev. D. Lenhard, of Dahastown, York Co., a call. —Mr. D. G. Bush, of Beilefonte, re ceived a paralytic stroke last Sunday, 'which disables most of his left side. —A liberal donation of provisions was tendered James B. Hooveman on .Monday evening by some of our town people. —FRESH GROUND NOVA SCOTIA PLASTER at $9.00 per ton. For sale by J. B. Fisher, at his mill, Farmers' Mills, Pa. 13-5t CARDS.—A large assortment of Sun day School cards, Easter cards and Birthday cards, ju9t received at the Journal Store. tf —Rev.Swengel preached an excellent sermon to a large and attentive con gregation In the Evangelical church last Sunday evening. —People are anxious to get at their gardening, but tbeir calculations are generally frustrated by an unpleasant change of the weather. —Decoration Day ia coming on and orators for that day aie in demand a gain. What will Millheim and its sis ter towns do in the matter V —Mrs. Cantner, the mother of Mrs. S. D. Musser, and who has been spend ing the winter with her daughter, de parted for Mifflinburg the other day. —Our former partner, B. O. Dein inger, we are sorry to state, suffers from an abscess at his throat, which causes him much pain and uneasiness at present. —Clipped from Canada Presbyterian, under signature of C. Blackett Robin son, Prop. : I was cured of oft-recur ring bilious headaches by Burdocks Blood Bitters. CUBE FOR CROUP .—Use Dr. Thom as' Electric Oil according to directions. It is the best remedy for all sudden at tacks of colds, pain and inflamation, j and for injuries. —Said a noted man of 60 years, "my mother gave me Downs' Elixir for coughs and colds when I was a bov." For sale by J. Spigelmyer, and D. S. Kauffman & Co. —Don't sen d away foryonr job print ing but first come and see samples and gee prices of work at your home office. You will fiod that both will compare well with other towns. —We understand that Geo. Ulrich bought the lot situate east of and ad joining his premises at the east end of Main street, of the Albright estate, for the purpose of farming it. —Wm. H. Smith has erected a new portico on the north side of his farm bouse, near town. Now for a coat of paint, William, and your house will be an ornament in its elevated place. —Our townsman W. K. Alexander is making preparations to erect a large barn on his land, which he lately pur chased of his brother, A. B. Alexauder, and which adjoins the latter'* farm near town. - —Mr. Israel Runkle, of Woodward, and Mr. James Reed, of Rebersburg, were callers at this office last week, both adding tbeir names to our sub scription list Always glad to see you, gentlemen, call again. —The Evangelical Messenger of Apri 1 6th contains the news that the wife of Rey. S. M. Mountz, of the Central Pa. Conference, was down with a serious illness that left but little hope of recov ery. We are not able to inform our read ers of her present condition, but trust the lady may be OHt of danger. —lrvin Williams has the agency for the "Odorless" ware of the Hunter Sifter Manufacturing Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, and may be seen canvassing the town, equipped with a sample kettle. —The Mifttinburg Tclegrauh states that ihe Lutheran congregation of Ilartleton has purchased Dr. das. Kleckner's house in that village for a parsonage. Consideration—sl,o<K>. —C. W. Hartman rebuilt his yard fence along the alley adj lining his premises on Penn street, desse Kream er, corner of South and Water street, also built a lot of new fences on his property. —Mrs. Samuel Gilliland, of Oak Hall, died last Friday evening, after a pro longed illness. The lady's maiden name was Miss Margaret Sankey, and she was well-known in this county. She was 72 years old. —A tire near Snow Shoe on Monday morning destroyed a large frame build ing, formerly used as a hotel, but now occupied by three German families. The house, along with a lot of furni ture, was entirely consumed. NKW PROCESS Holler Flour—best in the market —manufactured at Fisher's mill, Penn Hall, is for sale at Kuuff man's store. Jtis the delight of the housewife and consequently it is the most popular roMer dour used. Mr. noovemun, of whoso condi tion we spoke in a former issue, is lying very low of consumption at his residence on Main street. He is fail ing rapidly, we are sorry to say, and his death is expected momentarily. —The first edition of the Keystone Journal , published at Logansvllle, Pa., by Scott Currin, reached this office. It is a five column, four page sheet, with a patent outside, and promises to be come a newsy and readable weekly. —There was considerable cleaning up going on iu town for the last few days. Right, the sooner the obnoxious ashpiles and the filth in the alleys is removed the better it is for the looks of the town aud the health of the peo ple. —Last week's Sunburv Democrat says that a committee appointed by Hie citizens of Selinsgroye to visit Watson town and capture the boot and shoe factory of that place, made their visit but did not succeed in capturing the factory. —When you are troubled with dizzi ness, your appetite all gone, and yon feel bad generally, take a few doses of Dr. Henrv Baxter's Mandrake Bitters, and you will be surpi ised at the im provement iu your feelings. Every bottle warranted to give satisfaction. For sale by J. Spigelmyer, and V. S. Kauffman & Co. —Miss Cora Reifsnyder takes occas ion to announce through these columns that her school will commence next Monday morning,instead of the first of May, as was originally intended. Par ents who have promised scholars will please bear this in mind. —THE Baltimore Episcopal Metho dist says: "Simmons Liver Regula tor is acknowledged to have no equal as a liver medicine, containing those Southern roots and herbs which an all wise Providence has placed in countries where liver diseases prevail." —MANY PERSONS have catarrh in its first stage who suppose themselves with nothing more serious than a se vere and stubborn cold in the head. Ely's Cream Balm gives instant relief from colds in the head, and a thorough treatment will cuie catarrh. For sale by every druggist in the land. 13-4t —Tuesday was a glorious spring day. A warm rain had fallen the night previous and vegetation was fully awak ened by the raysot next morning's sun. The air was full of the birds' merry songs and everybody seemed to feel that spring bad come at last. —Last week's Spring Mills corre spondence, which reached us too late again for pullication, states that the difficulty of the mail line between that place and Farmer's Mills which bad delayed the mail 3 for almost a week was at last satisfactorily adjusted. —There will be a free lecture on "Odd Fellowship" by Rey.J .A.Bright, Grand Chaplain of theJl. O. O. F., of Kansas, iu the M. E. church, of Mill heim, on Wednesday evening, April 21st. Everybody is cordially .invited to come and hear. —Dan. Kauffman and AL Frank are busy all week getting trie store clean and in order for the arrival of an im mense and fine slock of new goods. No doubt Kauffman's store will then be headquarters for the latest, cheapest and best. —Rev. M. L. Deitzler will haye com munion service at Coburn in the morn ing of Easter Sunday, April 25th. The community is respectfully invited to attend. Pieparatory services Saturday afternoon previous. German services at Penns Creek at 2| p. m. and at Mill heim in the evening. —The great national game, base ball, seems to be taken up again this spring with as much interest and yigor as ev er. The season has fairly opened in cities and larger towns. Could not Millheim raise a "nine" this summer and thus keep up with the times? How is it boys ? —GONE!— E. 11. Long has gone to the eastern cities for the purpose of se lecting the large stock of spring and summer good 9 which D. S. Kauffman & Co. will exhibit to tbeir many cus tomers upon his return. Look out for SOMETHINO NEW among our advertis ing columns next week. —On Saturday night some mean thief broke into the smoke house of Mr. David Fiedler, near Sebastian Muster's church, in l'etin township, and stole seven hams and four should ers of smoked meat. There is uo clue to the perpetrators of the theft. Mr. George Stover, residing along PennsCieek, who has been confined to the house all winter from the effects of a paralytic stroke, managed to take his first stroll in the open air last Fi iday. But for the traces which the stioke left on one side of his head, Mr. Stover's general health would be comparatively good. —Angling, that calm, quiet.lnnocent recreation, begins to day and many a fisherman will be seen wending his way to the trout streams, which aie quite numerous in this immediate yicin ity, to bait. Ids book and patiently wait forft biteof the speckled beauties. Tnf season i 9 of three months' duration, ending July 15th. Now for the stories of fishermen's luck. —Penn street hardly looks like Itself since the big red bam has been remov ed by Mr. Jacob Dutweiler. In place of the unsightly building 10. W. Mauck will erect a dwelling h use during the summer and l)r. Stain also expects to make improvements around ins prem ises. The work of removing the heavy timbers of the bain occupied several days and was watched with due interest by the "committee." —THAT feeling of mental dullness, that troublesome billiousness headache, fastidiousness as to food, and weary aching pain in the small of the back, can all be gotten rid of by using one box of McDonald's Improved Liver Pills. Money refunded to dissatisfied buyers. JOHKSTOK, HOLLOW A Y A CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eiseuhuth. Millbeiiu ,L'a. —Spring Millinery Openings are in seasou and in this connection Mrs. Anna M. Weaver,of Penn street,wishes to inform her many patrons that she has received a tine stock of spring'mill inery goods and is prepared to suit all tastes and pocket books. She respect fully solicits a share of the ladies' pat ronage assuring them that they will find tier stock complete and tasty and her work satisfactory in all respects. Call on her if in need of new head wear. —Mr. Keller, of Adatnsburg, Snyder Co., gave us a call on Saturday fore noon. He canvassed the town for scholars for a term of summer school and met with good success, his list of pupils numbering about thirty at this writing. Mr. K. is an experienced teacher, having taught sixteen winter terms and is equipped with a profess ional certificate. llis school will com mence next Tuesday, April 20th, in the grammar school room on Penn St. —Mr. Win. A. Sandoe, whose adver tisement appears in another column, opened a tailor shop in the building on North street, formerly used for the same purpose by the late Thos. Frank. Mr. Sandoe comes highly recommended by some of the best citizens of Centre Hall, bis place of residence, and per sons wishing to have any work done in his line, will beyond a doubt, fiud him an excellent mechanic. He has al ready taken quite a number of orders for suits. —Our band, being at present under the 44 tut"orship of Prof. J. 11. Feehrer, of Selinsgrove, was out last Saturday evening serenading the people on Main street. They executed some of tne new and flue music which their able instructor had given them and which their listeners evidently appreciated. The boys showed that the more they blow the better they blow. The even ing was warm and pleasant and the town was well filled with country peo ple. It was only necessary for the baud to strike up in order to bring the people out of the stores and houses and in a very short time the sidewalks were lined with a big crowd, testifying to the truth of the lines : "Musichath charms to soothe the savage breast, To soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak." —Last Saturday's and Sunday's services in the Lutheran church were of uuusual interest. On Saturday af ternoon eleven catechumens were ad mitted to the church by the sacred rite of confirmation. Oa Sunday forenoon a large congregation greeted the pastor and sixty-seven members, besides a number of persons from sister churches participated in the celebration of the Lord's Supper. Eight persons joined the church on certificates, making a total of nineteen. The services were very impressive and touching, Rev. Deilzler delivering a powerful and ef fective sermon. The singing on this occasion was exceptionally gooi, large ly owing to the valuable assistance ren dered by Prof. Feebrer or. his cornet. A liberal collection was lifted for mis sionary purposes. WHAT TIIE GRANGERS INTEND TO DO. —There was an imuortant meeting held at Mechanicsburg last Saturday and Monday Hon. Leonard Rhone, Worthy Master of the State, Hon. Mortimer Whitehead, Lecturer of the National Grange, and Hon. It. H. Thomas, Sec. of the State G range, be sides other prominent members of the state were present. The meeting was called for the purpose of taking decided action against the proposed tariff bill, which, in the opinion of farmers, dis criminates against the agriculturists of the country by admitting, free of duty, wool and ether farm products. The farmers are united in their opposition, and the order of Patrons of Husbandry will wotk vigorously for the defeat of the measure. The order in other States will follow in the footsteps of Pennsylvania. CHANGES AND IMPROVEMENTS. This was a busy week for our bu'lders, carpenters and painters. In nearly ev ery part of town a lot of mechanics could be found at work on some job or other. On Penn street the frame work of P S. Meyer's two story addition to his house was erected, and VV. N. Autnan had material hauled on his premises to build a cobbler shop, back of his sum mer kitchen. Oo Main street B. F. Kister had a number of men at woik, rolling \V. J. Springer's former-barber shop down to his premises, opposite the M.E church. The Albright brothers are busy finish ing their new wagonmaker and black smith shop, and I). A. Musser had Barter's grocery, Springer's new bar bel* shop and P. 11. Musser's jewelry store touched up with a coat of paint. These scenes of activity are a sure sigu that our borough is full of life and grit and that our citizens are bound to make things move if it is at all in the wood. —Prof. .1. 11. Feehrer.ivho at present sojourns among us, celebrated his -istli birthday last Tuesday, juid to suit the occasion composed ft verv brilliant march, entitled 'Birthday Quickstep," for our band. His compositions givo unmistakable evidence of the author's lino taste and intlnite musical faculty. The band boys in the evening displayed their kindly feelings towards their in structor by presenting him with an ap propriate birthday Rift, to which the writer adds his sincere congratulations. Joe, we hope yon may live long enough "to climb the steep where Fame's proud temple shines afar." DEATH OF Two Ol.l' PEOPLE. —Oil Friday morning, Mr. Jacob Heinle, the father of District Attorney Heinle, of Bellefonte, died at the residence of Mr. Klias Miller, at Miulisonbiirg, at the advanced age of 8(1 years. Deceased was a native of Germany, and was well known and respected by the people of this and neighboring val'eys, haying for many years kept the toll-gate in the mountains between Madisonburg and Nittany Hall and of late years the one in the (lap north of town. His busi ness naturally caused liira to lead a secluded life, his only company being his daughter, and thus lie became a great lover of good literature, lie will lie remembered as a man who was al ways at his post and ready to attend to bis duties, with a pleasant word for all tin 1 travelers who passed his place. A strange coincidence, suited to make the event more sad, is, that on the same day, witli hut a few hours in tervening, and in the same house, Mrs. Klias Miller, an aged lady of Madison burg, also departed this life. The re mains of Mrs. Miller were followed to the grave by a large concourse of people on Sunday morning, and Rev. Dotterer preached a very appropriate sermon on that occasion. In the afternoon of the same day Mr. Heinle was buried in the same cemetery, Rev. Deitz'.er.of Aa ronsburg, and Rev. Bright, of Kansas, otliciating. SAD ACCIDENT—A LITTLE BABY DROWNED.—OnThursday of last week while crossing a foot-log over a stream at the head of Spring creek, Mrs. Chas. Steium, of Boaisburg, this county, be came light-headed, lost her footing and fell into the creek, with her two cliil dien, one a little hoy live years old,and the other a mere babe aged nine days. The water was swift and high, 'and the baby was swept off and drowned, and its body had not been recovered at this writing. The mother and little hoy were rescued. Mr. Stemm was in the act of moving his family fioui Boaisburg to a farm a bout a mile in the country. His wife and the children had been left at the house of his brother, a few rods distant from the house to be moved into, with instructions to remain there until the new place of residence was made ready and warmed for their reception. But Mrs. Stemm naturally anxious to get into her own house, started to walk the few rods that intervened, carrying the baby in her arms,the little boy running along beside her. On the way this stream had to be crossed, and she tried the foot log, with the result above slated. The fall was witnessed by persons in the house, who ran to her assistance, but the poor little baby's short life was extinguisbed forever.— Bellefonte Watchman. Neighboring News. SMITH TOWN. The dandelion brigade of Millheim is overrunning the country. John Ilarshbarger lost a valuable cow last week. Wm. Zerby moved on lieifsnyder's farm—not Wm. Garey, as stated last week. Our horse dealer arrived home with four fine horses, of which he sold three since his return. Geo. Royer is building an addition to his house ibis summer. Mrs. S. D. Mu9ser, of Millheim, and her mother, Mrs. Cantner. were visit ing friends in this neck o' woods last week. Your correspondent received a very welcome letter from Edward Frank, an old friend.iiow residing at Bridgewater, Dakota, lie speaks very highly of that place and clerks in the same store he entered when he arrived there, three years ago. Always glad to hear from you, Edward. . JUMBO. AARONSBURG. Saturday was a very warm and pleas ant day. Capt. Jack Sylvis had his boys out on street parade last Saturday evening. A1 Stover lias taken charge of Prof. Bierly's singing class, whose term of ten weeks closed last week. "Fresh Shad" was the cry on last Friday and Saturday by Messrs. Chas. Stover and Ed. Mingle, the shadmen of our town. Thev disposed of about GO of the finny fellows. Mrs. Rev. Deitzler left last week for Harrisburg to visit her parents, Mr. Seabolds. Of course Ruth had to go along. A few of our young men deserve special praise for pushing the comple tion of the board-walk from Front street to the Lutheran church. A few crossings yet to be put down and the job is finished. An unusually large audience assem bled in the new Reformed church on last Sunday evening, to listen to an able and eloquent sermon preached by a "Centre county hoy," Rev. .T. A. Bright, of Ellsworth, Kansas. Quite a number were in attendance from Mill heim and from down the valley. ANOTHER. MADISONBURG. One of George Spayd's horses died last week of dropsy. Lewis Wolf intends teaching school in town, provided lie gets the desired number of scholars. Some disease lias visited Mr. Ilenry Fiedler's stable. Three of his horses are in a critical condition at this writ ing. Geo. Wolf lias moved back to town again. He had been farming for Israel Vonada last year. Last Monday Miss Emma Ocker left our burg for Bellefonte, where she is employed in Eoi'l. Brown's hotel. On the same day Thomas Wolf went to Boaisburg to work on Mr. Brum gard's farm. Elias Miller and Benjamin Roush purchased halt an acre of land from Geo. Sluifer,which will he measured off into lots and used for a Reformed cem etery. Mr. Miller intends removing the bodies of his father, mother, moth er-in-law, son and wife from the com mon cemetery and place tneui in the new cemetery. Geo. E. Lirabert left on Monday for Spring Mills to attend school there. Garden making was the order of the daj beginning of the week. STILL ANOTHER. WOODWARD. Several petty thefls occurred in our hamlet lately. Suspicion strongly points to 8 inie tramps who passed through here last week. C W. Ilnstermnn will next week move to his faun. Thereafter the hotel w ill he under I lie management of a Mr. Burris. During the summer our school house is to he improved. This improvement will consist in enlarging the school room and refurnishing it with new patent desks, in place of the old ones, now so disfigured by the many emblems so characteristic of that bad school hoy's dog knife. "Mountain Avenue 1" As Squeers said— "You can name anything what you like if there was a law to the contiary, whoever stood sponsor at the christening of this thoroughfare would have been hung long ago. There is no avenue ah >ut it ; a sort of a cut across for the hungry, belated cow.in quest of her evening meal. Some talk of laying a hoard walk Hi rough the village. Jacob Neidigli is finding a liberal raaiket for Ins apples in Snyder county. AUOKNTI. ROLLER FLOIJU FOR SALE.— The undersigned will in the future keep on hand a supply of the Oriental Roller Flour,manufactured by Messrs. Kurtz & Son, Centre Hall. Ilaying added another capacity to their mill, they are now able to put before the public a more superior quality of flour than is offered anywhere in the county, tf A. J. IIARTER. 'You KNOW IIOW IT IS YOURSELF. '' —There is not a particle of doubt hut you have to this day a vivid recolle> tion of the horrible, nauseating doses of woun seed tea or syrups forced down your throat twenty years ago by aw over-solicituous aunt or grandmoth er who pronounced your case worms. You will he ah'e to appreciate a vermi fuge liko McDonald's Celebrated Worm Powders. The most effectual and re liable worm destroyer of the age. So easy and pleasant to take the patient will never know a medicine is being ad ministered. Money refunded to dis fatisfl.'d buvers. JOHNSTON, HOLLOW AY & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa. Rebersburg and Vicinity. Julius Wertheimer, of Philadelphia, who spent several weeks in our town, will leave tins week to return home. Miss M;.zie Reber has returned to Rebersburg to make her homo with her sister Mrs. T. F. Meyer. Last Thursday Scott Kerstetter mov ed from Fowler's station to this town, and occupies the one half of Samuel Condo's new brick Inuse. Our enterprising merchant, C. C. Lose, lias returned home from Phila delphia with a large supply of spring goods. Robert Diehl has moved to Bunker 11)11, where he will open a tin shop. Geo. Weaver and Wm. Hackman have traded houses and George will consequently reside near the centre of town. We welcome you. Some of the grain fields in this part of Brushvalley do not look very prom ising, having been badly damaged by the high winds of the past winter. Last week while Daniel Weaver, of near Wolfe's Store, was engaged in sawing shingles he got his hand too close to the buzzing saw and had one or his fingers cut off and several others badly damaged. Geo.Krumrine,one of our best young men, has accepted a clerkship in C. C. Lose's store. Miss Lizzie Hoover,' of Logansville, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Kerstetter. Miss Sadie Bower has returned from her visit to Woodward. C. L. Beck has the contract for chop ping 30 cords of wood for Wm. Walker. Miss Alice Lose returned home last Saturday from Kaneyille, 111., where she spent a year among friends and relatives. It is rumored that Cook Condo, who lately moved to Lock Ilaven, will ere long return to Rebersburg with bis family. Cook was employed in a steam tannery over there, which has suspend ed operations. Cook thinks there is no place like Rebersburg. And now, Mr. Editor, I extend my to you and my brother correspond ents and take a temporary farewell a9 my vocation during the warm season of the year prevents me from gathering news. Hoping that somebody else in this vicinity will interest himself in the work of newspaper corresponding and send you the weekly items, I re main yours truly, Squißon. A DRUGGIST'S VERDICT.—W. E . George, one of the principal druggists of Philipsburg. Pa., writes : "J. A. McDonald, Reedsville, Pa. Dear Sir .-—One of the most promi nent citizens of our city and a gentle man well-known anfl highly respected in the surrounding country, called at our store and voluntarily offered to go before a justice of the peace and testify in an affidavit to the virtue of your Blood Purifier, saying that lie had used but three bottles, and was now entirely cured of a distressing and long contin ued attack of erysipelas,, after having tried a number of other remedies with out receiving auy noticeable benefit. Please send us one dozen by express. We never had a medicine in our store that sells as readily or gave such un iversal satisfaction as your Blood Puri fier." For scrofula, erysipelas, tetter, salt rheum, skin diseases, humors, sores, eruptions, pimples, blotches, swellings, tumors, boils, ulcers, scald head, ring worm, syphillis,and all blood disorders, no remedy ever devised equals in power and eflicacy McDonald's Great Blood Purifier or Sarsaparillian Alterative. Warranted. Seventy-five cents per bottle at all dealers in medicine. JOHNSTON, HOLLO WAY & CO., Philadelphia Agents. Sold by J. Eisenhuth, Millheim, Pa. "When Baby WM sick, we pave her CMtorla, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria, When she became Miss, she clang to Castoria, When sho had Children, she gave them Castoria, |\(i EXTS WA\rai:;; 3ff est-established,best-known If urseries in the country. Most liberal terms. Unequaled fa cilities. Prices low. Geneva Nursery. Ewlablialied 181 U. W. A T. SMITH, Ge neva, H. Y. AFTER DINNER. Persons who suffer from Indigestion can arrest the progress of that painful malady by tho use of an nfter-uluner pill, so composed that it will givo tone to the stomach, prevent heartburn, rouse the liver to healthful action, invigorate the kidneys, and thus, through the activity of these organs, promoto the natural movement of the stomach and bowels. AYKK'H PILLS are so compounded that their action, though mild, effectually pro duces the above results. They also, in curing Constipation, remove the cause of Biliousness, Liver Complaint, Kidney Dis ease, Rheumatism, and many other serious ailments. - J AYER'S PILLS contain no mineral nor poisonous sub stance, and do not gripe unless the bowels ure irritated, and even tnen their influence is healing. To continue their effect in constipated or chronic eases, they need only he taken iu diminishing instead of increasing doses. For seamen, and in habitants or travelers in sparsely settled countries where physicians are not at hand, they are of inestimable value. There is hardly a sickness they will not alleviate, and in most cases cure, if taken promptly. To young girls just entering upon womanhood, ami to women whose period of matcruity is drawing to a close, Ayer's Pills, in moderate doses, merely Hiiflicient to ensure regular action of the bowels, will be found of Incalculable Value. ritKPAKKD BY Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Maw. Sold by all Druggists. Groceries & Provisions. EW GOODS ! FRESH ARRIVALS EVERY DAY o o FINK FLOItIDA ORANGES. BRIGHT NEW LEMON.S. CHOICE WHITE GRAPES . NEW CHOP FRENCH PRUNES. FIGS, DATES and PRUNELLES. FIN EST CLUSTER KAISI NS. PRESERVED CITRON St LEMON PEEL • CURRANTS and BAKING RAISINS. E VAPOR AT ED PEACHES & PEARS. ALMONDS and ASSORTED NUTS. An exceptionally fine line of PURE CON FECTIONERY at CITY PRICES. CLF.AIi CANDY TOYS. MOLASSES CANDY (or Taffy) MADE BY OURSELVES, ALWAYS FRESH. CALIFORNIA FRUITL canned and Evap orated. PURE HONEY in pint and quart jar*. NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. Roller pro cesH. CRANBERRIES, Sound and Firm. PLAIN and FANCY CRACKERS FINEST FULL CREAM CHEESE. PURE SUGAR TABLE SYRUPS. A full line of NEW CANNED GOODS. PURE WHITE ROCK CANDY SYRUP in half gallon and one gallon cans. PURE MAPLE SYRUP in quart and half gallon can*. FINE, FRAGRANT TEA*. PURE SPICES. You can depend on our f round pepper for butcherlug purpose*, t is strictly pure. FRESH SIIELLOYSTERS opened to order. ALLOURSTOOK IS NEW AND FRESH. WCALL ON US FOR ANYTHING YOU WANT IN OUR LINE. ' —SECHLER & CO.,— GROCERS, Bush nouse Block, BELLEFONTE, PA. THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR THE NEW ADVERTISEMENT —OF— MUSSER & ALEXANDER'S Millheim Marble Works. SANQOI'S Tailoring Establishment, NORTH STREET, - - - MILLHEIM, PA. Wm. A. Sandoe is prepared to do all kinds of tailoring work in a first-class manner and at reasonable prices. -X* -s©♦- <*©* ->O4- -s©4* n £? |]crfed j|its guaranteed. are respectfully invi ted to call and leave their orders.which , will receive prompt attention. I Slop in the late Titos. Frail tint. 1 tf. Something New ! WATCH IT! Something New I WATCH IT! Something New I WATCH IT! r Something New! WATCH IT J Something New! WATCH IT! Something New! WATCH IT! . Something New I WATCH IT I