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*—"- - ~ THURSDAY, NOV. 18TII, 1886. Published by R. A. BUMILLER. LOCAL NEWS. —SUBSCRIBE for the JOURNAL. —Rain, rain,rain— wet .chilly .gloomy. —Ladies' Wraps a specialty at Kauff man's. —Delicious Buckwheat Flour at Sto ver's grocery. —First-class job work done at the JOURNAL office. —Pure Cider Vinegar for sale at J. W. Lose's grocery. —The season has come when it is blessed to remember the poor. —A fine line of Table Oil Cloths just received at J. W. Stoyer's grocery. —A3 the weather grows colder we may look for a btisker marriage boom. —A fine show case for sale, very cheap. Inquire at the Journal Store. —Apples are selling at 50 cents a bushel arounu here ai d are scarce at that. —N. A. Auman, of this place, ex pects to take an agency for eulargiug pictures. —The third series of stock in the Millheim B. & L. Association matures this month. —Abe Brtirm, of Bellefonte, was one of the guests, registered at the Nation al this week. —Citizms in the western part of Brushyalley are making efforts to or ganize a brass band. —Overcoats of every description and at every price and lower than elsewhere at Kauffmau's store. —A good sized coal shed has been erected at the rear of the Evangelical church on Penn street. —Rev. Z. A. Yearick will hold com munion seryices at Coburn next Sun day forenoon at 10 o'clock. —The house on Main street, recent ly vacated by Abs. Harter, is now oc cupied by Mr. Buck, the tailor. —The foundation walls for J. D. Lose's new house on Penn street are up and ready for the frame work. —We always carry a complete stock of Carpets and Carpet Chains. D. S KAUFFMAN & Co. —Not to lie sneezed at—the fine stock of Boots and Shoes at Kauffman's. Seeing Is believing, therefore go and see. —They are dai'y getting in new goods at Kauffman's store and conse quently their stock is always fresh and clean. —Porkers are being knifed at a fear ful rate these times and they are dying by the dozen, generally with a sore throat. —W. J. Springer butchered two hogs on Tuesday, which weighed 865 pounds. Guess Jake can squeeze through this winter. —Jacob Bartley, of North stree\ an old citizen of this town, is prostrated by severe sickness and is in a veiy feeble condition. —Mrs. A. Walter, we regret to sta'e, has been on the sick list for the past week. At this writing she shows signs of improvement. —The combination, proportion, and process in preparing Hood's Sarsaparil la are peculiar to this medicine, and unknown to others. Judge Furst, of Bellefonte, posi tively denies the published report that he intends resigning after General Bea ver's inauguration. —Dr. J. F. Barter was confined to the house several days last week by sickness,the result of a bad cold. Glad to see Shady out again. —Our lady readers will find it to their advantage to read over the new advertisement of Mrs. Lydia Brum gard, the milliner, on Main street. The world moves—our grandmothers used brown sugar, we U3e white; they used common brown soap, we use white soap. The best white soap is lreydoppel's Borax Soap, which can be used lor all purposes to which soap is applicable. —Northumberland county intends to petition the coming legislature to pass a bill authorizing the Governor to ap point an additional law judge for that county. —Two new boardwalks were con structed on Penn street this week, one in front of P. S. Meyer's premises, the other at Jacob Keen's residence. Both are substantial plank walks. —The cold wave which almost froze the marrow out of a fellow's bones last Saturday and Sunday has gone and milder weather with occasional sunshine has taken its place for a little while. —The Delightful New-Step Polka,by Will L. Thompson, is one of the most beautiful pieces of music ever publish ed. Any music dealer will mail it to you on receipt of price, 50cts. —The 14th annual convention of the "Union county Sunday school associa tion is at present in session at Mi ill in burg. It commenced last evening and will last until to-morrow evening. —"How do you get such splendid bread V" is a frequent question asked a mong housekeepers of town. "1 use the National Yeast Cakes, for sale at J. W. Stover's grocery," is the answer. I —Always on hand—Fresh Oysters 1 at J. W. Stover's. COLI> feet—two feet of snow. Had cold—one settled on the lungs. Hood ■ cure—Dr. Kesslet 's Celebrated English Cough Medicine. For sale by J. Eisen huth, Millheim, l'a. —J. Eisenbuth informs the public that he has added to his dtttg stock the celebrated KEYSTONE MALT WHISK EY and other pure liquors. Sold only on presetiplions of physicians,for med ical use. 33-6 m. —The Ladies' Mite Society of the Aaronsburg Reformed church will give a musical and literary entertain ment in the chapel of their church on Saturday evening next, to which all are invited. —F. D. Luse it wife were to Union county last Thursday to partici pate in a party which was held at J>>ltn Zetglei's home, in Swengle, celebrating Johnny's birthday anniversary. They report a grand old time. —Tho Mlfllinbmg Times says the cause for the scarcity of pennies at pres ent is that the children are everywhere ''saving theiu up" for Christmas, and predicts chat after the holidays there will be a flood of copper coin. Annie, the little daughter of Wm Bright, on MA lu stieet, who had a ser ious back set from Iter late typhoid fev er attack, and whose recovery was vety doubtful for several days, we are glad to leant is considered out of danger now. —The Charles Ripka estate in Gregg township, which was put up at public sale last Friday, was not so'd. The attendance was too small owing to the very wet and unpleasant weather. An* other effort to sell will bo made in the near future. READ.—The Aaronsburg Meat Mar ket will supply parties who need larger quantities of beef for butchsriog time with quarters and halves and sell it as cheap, if not cheaper than anyone else. They will also de.iver the beef to the house if so desired. MEAT FOR WINTER. Moyer & Ktreamer's meat market on Main street will be kept open during the coming winter and persons wishing to buy large quantities of beef for butchering time will do well to apply at their place of business before buying elsewhere. —Strange how queer I We hardly hear much less see anything of the re sults of deer hunting expeditions this season. There must be something wrong with the deer. They are either very scarce or else they persistently keep out of sight of the hunters. —Prof. Keller, of the Millheim gram mar school spent Sunday and part of Monday at his home in Snyder county, returning on Tuesday morning. The young misses were consequently allow ed to stay at home on Monday and help their mothers at the washtub. AARONSRURO GRAMMAR SCHOOL REPORT. —No. of pupils enrolled, males 10, females 15, total 25 ; Per cent, of attendance, males 93, females 91. Visitors, Geo. Bollinger, Eddie Foreman. L>. R. FOREMAN, Teacher. CHOICE CLOVERSEED FOR SALE.— The undersigned has a large quantity of extra cloversefd on hand and for sile. Persons in need of this article will please call on me at my residence in Haines township or address me at Aaronsburg, Pa. W. W. BOWER. 42—Gt. —Prof. Bierly's singing last Satur day evening was fairly attended and Mr. Bierly proposed to hold a concert at the close of the term, the proceeds of which are to be used for the pay ment of expenses. The class signified their approval of the plan by an unani mous vote for it. —An immense amount of geese and turkeys are being shipped from the ru ral districts to the cities for Thanks giving day. That reminds us that if any one of our subscribers will ship a Thanksgiving turkey to this office there will be much thanksgiving in the editoi's family. Now please do not all talk at once. —Tucker Post, G. A. R., of Lewis burg, strongly recommends the candi dacy of Capt. Jno. Y. Miller, of that place,for Vice Commander of G. A. It. department, Penna., and the Union county comrades seem to be generally for the captain and urge all the posts in the neighboring counties to support him. —The late cold snap should awaken the contractors for the building of the factory to the impoitance of using time judiciously and pushing the work with the most possible speed. The next spell of cold weather may be a lasting one and they should by all means get the building up before win ter is here with both feet. —The Gilbert family (colored) of Philadelphia, arrived in town on Tues day and registered at the Musser House. Mr. Gilbert gaye a free lec ture that evening in the town hall, his subject being slavery and free negroes. Last night the whole family, consist ing of seven persons, and styling them selves "jubilee singers" gave a vocal concert. As we went to press before the entertainment was past we are not able to speak of its merits, but judging from what we heard on Tuesday evening they are a family of superior musical qualifications and sure to please their audiences. —So you all say—we are headquar ter'* lor Rubber poods. D. S. KAUFFMAN & Co. —M. L. Wagonseller, of Selinsgrove, traveling salesman for Art man & Treichler's wholesale Carpets and Oil cloth house, Philadelphia, was in town last Thursday and gave us a short but pleasant call. lie says that he expects to furnish the G. A. It. hall in this place with a line carpet. Being a vet eran himself lie naturally takes much interest in the alTaiis of our soldier boys. Excitement in Texas. Ciivat 'xeltMnot has Ixvn caused in the vl oinityof rails. Tex . by the remarkable recov ery of Mr. .1. K. Col ley. who was so helpless he eoultl nut turn In bed. or raise his head ; every body said he was dying of consumption. A trial bottle of Or. King's New Discovery was sent hint. Finding relief, he bought a la run bottle ami a box ot Dr. King's New Life rills; by the time li* had taken two boxes of fills and two bottles of the l>iscovery, lie was well and had c illicit in flesh thirtv-six pounds. trial net ties of this y treat Mscovory lor Con sumption tree at .1. Kisenhuth's. Alts. Harter, who carries the mail between this point and Logansville, Clinton county, moved to the latter place last Thursday. In this connec tion Mr. Ilarter wishes to notify per sons expecting to have public sales this season that be will fill any engagements as auctioneer in this or neighboting valleys, lie will be In Millheim every day between the hours of II and 1 o'- clock. In bis absence orders for his services may be left at this otlico. —The pain and misery suffred by those who are atllicted with dyspepsia are indescribable. The distress of the body is equalled or surpassed by the confusion and torture of the mind,thus making its victims suffer double alllic tion. The relief that is given by Hood's Sarsa par ilia has caused thous ands to be thankful for this great med icine. It dispels tho cause of dyspep sia, and tones up the digestive organs. Try Hood's Sarsaparilla. —ln looking over the columns of the JOURNAL this week do not fail to no tice the advertisement of J. It Smith & Co., the furniture dealers at Milton, Pa. This firm is known to be one of the safest and most reliable in the state and our past intercourse with their house enables us to recommend them to our readers as the best place to buy furniture. The variety in their im mense establishment is endless and contains everything from the cheapest piece of furniture to the most elegant and costly suits. Give them a call or write them. A BOLD THEFT. —On Tuesday morning when Mrs. Lizzie B. Kui/.en knabe was in the waiting room of Co burn station to take the eastbound train for Ilarrisburg, her home, she was relieved of slO in money by a bra zen-faced scoundrel. She was in the act of making change to buy her ticket, and had laid her pocket book on a trunk beside her. Just for moment she turned her face the other way, but it was long enough for the thief to snatch the money and make otr with it. We believe the party who stole the money is known tothelidy's father, Jfr. Jon. Ilarter, who fortunately was at the depot at the time and could be of timely assistance to his daughter. —We noticed in last Thursday's Pa triot that Major John F. Frueauff, of Leadville, Col., died on Wednesday, Nov. 10th. Major Frueauff was a na tive of Lititz. Pa. and was well known in this section ot country through his agency for the World Life Insurance Company, in which many of our citi zens held policies years ago. lie was a member of the Lancaster bar and went to Colorado ten years ago where he was elected Probate Judge in Lead ville. He commanded the 152 d Pennsylva nia Regiment at the battle of Chancell orville, and was wounded during the engagement. He was twice married and his second wife and a large family of children survive him. —The anxious little ones are all eyes and ears when the subject of approach ing Christmas is under discussion in the family circle. They are beginning to have a foretaste of the happy time that is likely in store for them and which is so highly enjoyed by the youths. The merry holidays are a blessed season for the reappearance of which both old and young are all the better on account of the pleasant asso ciations which may te formed at such a time. Let us all enter into the spir it of a genuine festive time and strive to celebrate the most important event in the world's history in a becoming m inner. ONLY A STEP.— When catarrh has progressed to a certain extent, it is on ly a step to that terribly fatal disease, consumption. If you have catarrh, even slightly, it is a terrible mistake to allow it to continue its course uncheck ed. If you will only read, you will find conclusive reasons why you should take Hood's Sarsapariila for catarrh,'in the statements of many people who have been completely cured of this dis ease in its most severe forms. Send for book containing abundant evidence to C. I. Hood & Co., proprietors of Hood's Sarsaparilla, Lowell, 3/ass. BOTTOM PRICES.— The following quotations from Cohen's New York ('heap Store, corner Main and Penn streets, should be a great inducement to call on him before he leaves Mill heim : Ladies' Cloth, all colors, f)oets per yd. Ji Cashmeres, flue, 30cts " " Winter Skirts, from 70c. to $1.25 " Fine Merino Un'wear, 95c. a suit " Border Handkerchiefs, 8 for 25c. " Hose, 7 pair for 25c. Men's Pants, 45c. a pair. " Red All-wool Underwear, war ranted, $1.25 per. suit. " All-w'l Blue Shirts, from 95c.up. " Socks, Cotton, 5 pair for 25c " All wool Socks,warr'd 17c. p.pair. Remember I will only remain until the last of this month and you are therefor specially invited to avail your selves of the aboye bargains, i II AIIITY COHEN. Mr. Mnlin, of Bellcfonte, tho tele phone man, was in town on Saturday to collect^he fee for the second year's use of the line from Millheim to Co burn. The present subscribers con tracted for the exchange Instruments until December Ist, ISS7. —Chills and fever. Malaria. "Many cases of fever and ague, dumb ague and congestive chills were promptly arrest ed and entirely banished by tho use of Simmons Liver It 'gulator. You don't say half enough in regard to the elllcacy of this valuable medicine in cases of ague, intermittent fevers, etc. Every case has been arrested immediately. 1 was a sutTeier for years with the liver disease, and only found relief by using the Regulator."—Robert J. Weeks, Ba tayia, Kane Co., 111. Followed her llusii and.—Just two weeks elapsed since the death of John Swart/., of North street, and now his widow, Mrs. Rebecca Swart/, has also gone to the realms of the blest to join her husband. On last Thursday the lady had an apoplectic stroke from the effects of which she never recover ed and on .Monday, about noon she de parted this lite quietly and peacefully. She had reached an advanced ago and had spent a life that was characterized by a very modest and sweet disposition. She was known as a faithful wife, a good mother and an industrious chris tian woman. Mrs. Swartz was a sister of our townsman, R. B. Ilartman, and was a native of Ilartleton, Union coun ty. She married Mr. Swartz when young and since then has been a resi dent of this place. They had three sons, Emanuel, George and Reuben, who deeply mourn tho loss of their pa rents. The funeral took place yester day forenoon from the decedent's late residence and the services were held in the U. 15. church by Rev. C. Wortman. Deceased was highly esteemed and the concourse of friends attending the ob se<plies was,despite the rain,very large. —The following item from the Al toona Tribune contains so much truth that we concluded to give it space in our columns and at tlie same time ask the young men of this town to takea few well-meant hints from its contents ; The long winter evenings are again coming on'when men have more leis ore than during the summer. There are different ways of using this time. Some squander it in the b.ir rooms or other places, indulging in idle gossip. Others devote themselves almost exclu sively to pleasure. A few endeavor to improve by study. The young man who begins the winter by a systematic course of reading or of study is a wise man. lie is laying foundations that in due time will bear a goodly structure, he is sowing seed that will bring forth much good fruit in the future There are many men of middle life in our midst who bitterly lament the misused days of their youth. Then they neg lected opportunities to gain informa tion which would have enabled them to fill a much larger sphere than they now occupy. Why should not those who are just beginning life and who are surrounded by opportunities of gaining information, lake warning and improve the time in study V In Memoriam. —The class of the U. B Sabbath School, Millheim, Pa., Nov. 7th ISSG of which Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Bright was a member, adopted the fol lowing preamble and resolutions : Whereas God has called from her sunny home on earth to a brighter heav enly one the spirit of our sister, to join the redeemed multitude, where death can no more throw its darksome shades and carry loved ones awav, therefore, Resolved 1. That the church, the Sabbath School, and especially the class of which she was a member, keenly feel and deeply mourn the loss of her who was so cheertul, so willing, and so ready to do her duty, that the sweet memories of her christian life be cher ished by every member and lead them to imitate her many virtues and follow more closely the Master whom she so faithfully served. 2. That we heartly sympathize with the husband, and children of the de ceased, whose companionship as a .devoted wife, whose love as a Mother, whose genial influence as a christian they will sadly miss, and commend thern to Him who knows our every sor row, and is able to bind up the broken hearted. 3. That these resolutions be enter ed upon the records of our school, and copies be sent to the Millhiera Journal and Itinerant for publication and a copy of each be sent to the family of deseased. MRS. ANNIE E. STAMM, ) Miss BERTHA A. WORTMAN, F Com. " MARY M. LUSE. J Neighboring News. COBURN. The cold snap makes our coal dealers smile, as this is their harvest aud coal bins are going down fast. The Calathumpian band was out in full force one night last week giving Felix Brt-minghouse and bride a sere nade. They kept the racket up until a late hour but did not succeed in gettiDg Felix out to set 'em up. On this Monday F. P. Barker dispos ed of his stock of goods to a Mr. Meyer from Linden Hall and gave possession of the storeroom and dwelling house to said party. Mr. Barker remoyed to Fowler where he will farm. The Whitmer brothers expect to put up their mill at once and we under stand the intention is to build it large enough to put in machinery for the manufacture of staves and heading. Our postmaster is putting a letter box at the depot wnic'i will be opened before the departure of all mail trains. This will be a great convenience to the public as nearly as many letters are left at the depot to be mailed as are mailed in the post-olljce. Our wide-awake post master also exp3ols to have the money order system here shortly. Joe Kleckner and Andy Campbell were out hunting nearly all week with no success. Miss Mira Van Valin, who has been spending the summer iu Du Bois. Pa., returned home Saturday last. YALE. I SMITH TOWN. Farmers are busy doing their fall plowing. Butchering is the U pic ofjthe day. We understand the road jury granted a road last Thursday. The sportsmen made good use of the late snow. But as to their success we have heard nothing. Some of our young folks had invita tions to the birthday party which took place at the Mnsser House on Tuesday evening. The lady. Miss Mary Keen, in whose honor the party was given was in our midst the greater part of last summer and has : host of friends here. We wish tier a pleasant future. Quito a number of cows were sold in this vicinity during the past week. We suppose Harvey Wirt, tho steam threshermin can do much hotter threshing since that little boy arrived in his family. The weather last Friday was very disagreeable for the celebration of your correspondent's 21st birthday anniver sary. We were just 10 days late to put in a full Democratic vote. Many thanks for the valuable presents. Jumiio. SPRING MILLS. James A. Decker our obliging butch er, lias sold out his good will and fix tures to James Kennelly, who proposes to continue the business on a more ex tensive plan. T. Benton Ulricli, editor of the Cen tre County Times, was in town on Mon day. Apparently he enjoys his new home very much. We notice that he was escorted to the creamery building by our friend, Win. Dealer. We are indeed pained to announce the death of W. L. Snyder. He had recovered from a severe attack of typhoid fever, so much so that he was able to go out. He ventured to go to see his parents who reside at Potters Mills and after being there a few days he was taken suddenly ill and before medical aid could be summoned he died. He was buried last Sunday at the George's Valley church. His re mains were followed to the grave by a large concourse of mournig relatives and friends. On Monday afternoon as Mr. Samuel Leitzel) was returning from Millhem, the front axle of his wagon broke,which so frightened his horse that he at once dashed away at full speed. Mr.Leitzell held on to the lines until he was so badly hurt and shocked that he became unconscious. The horse ran a short distance and by some means fell and in falling broke his neck and <1 led ou the spot. Mr. Leitzel! was taken to his home, where a physician dressed his wounds. No bones having been brok en he is in hopes of being out again in a few days. Mr.Kintzell and Miss WealtliyCamp bell, of Mitllin county, are visiting friends in this place. D. F. Duse. of Centre Hall, did some fine lettering in the creamery building this week. The school directors have employed Mr. Cyrus Grove to teach the Decker school. The vacancy was caused by the death of W. L. Snyder, who had been engaged to teach said school. * MADISONBURG. Miss Laura Runkle, of Spring Mills is at present visiting her sister, Mrs McClellan, of It is place. Mary Stover has c<rne home to at tend school. She had been at Mr. Hosterman's, near Woodward. Who is going to court next week ? L. B. Stover and E. S. Shafer are go ing for sure, because they are jurors. The rest of the boys will find out later in the week. Eddie Bierly ?s fast recovering from his serious spell of headache, caused by a fall. The Evangelical congregation have tilled up in front of their parsonage and planted trees in front of the church, which adds veiy much to the appearance or the church premises. Itev. Basom has a meeting in prog ress at Yearick's church. Have not heard with what success he meets. STILL ANOTIIEK. REBERSBURG. The butchering season opened and now we will hear of heavy hogs and long sausages. Dan. Syler, who during the summer was in the employ of Jacob Gephart left oti onday for the mountains, near Fowler's, to work on a lumber job. Mr. Sbenefelt has become the hostler of our hotel. Jos. Spangler received a letter the other day, dated at Strange, Fillmore Co., Neb., which infoimed him of the serious sickness of his brother at that place, with typhoid and billious fever. A new stove was placed-in Gratnley's school house. This was a much-need ed piece of furniture there. A white washing of the walls and a good scrub bing of the lloor would gieatly add to make the room comfortable and healthy. The Cummings family of near this place are nearly all on the sick list. Mrs. Cummings we learn is slowly re covering. S. L Strohecker put a new roof on his house. Sam likes to fix things when it is necessary. Just our lix. A party of nunters from Millheim, among them F. P. Mtissei, passed through our town on Friday with three fine deer which they had shot out in the Narrows, where they spent the greater part of last week hunting. But oh, the boys were ringing wet. We learn that two young chaps in Wolf's school were fined SI.OO for mis chieyously spoiling one of the new pat ent desks. Right, and we hope every teacher in the township will treat such effendera the same way. Mr s. Gabls, of Lancaster, a daugh ter of our townsman Joseph Weber, is at present here on a visit to her father and many friends. The man that exhibits the "Babes in the woods" is sojourning for a week at our hotel. The exhibition didn't come off yet. Oh yes, that revolver; we nearly for got to make mention of it. Clark still insists that he never sold Ed a revolver. Nevertheless the weapon at last comes back to its rp.il owner after an ofiicial threat. Doc says he conld not guess how the young man got possession of the revolver . So it is a mystery to us; at the same time when we takea eye view of the case it seems plaiu enough. We sympathize with poor John who paid the ready cash for the pistol and is consequently out of pocket. SQUIBOB. AARONS3URG. S. Q. Minplo. of YViHl:m*port, boughttho widow •firman property on lust .Saturday for S-P.K). The lain cold w:iv. took anmo hy stir prise. A w,uni stove was a yery com fortable adjunct. The boys chew tobacco and the girls chew gum. Winch of the two is tti most unbecoming ? To bo answered through the columns of the Journal by the proprietor of the Journal Hook Store. The Aaronsburg hunting party, af ter one week's hunt teturned" with one wee little deer. The same was shot by Clayton While. N. W. Croumiller, of Bellefonte, was down to see his relations and fiiends. Noah felt as lively as a cricket. Clerk ing seems to agree with him. Master Charles Musser has again re turned to school at Lewisburg. Hope Chailey will Hud things in such a shape as that he can pursue his studies with out any fuither annoyance. Charles 11. Stover, the leading poul try man of our town makes from two to three shipments of dressed poultry to the New Voik markets every week ANOTHER. WOODWARD. Thus far our hunters have killtd four deer and two bears. Messrs. Whitmer & Co., of Sunbury, were here last week to purchase a tiuct af timberland, belonging to Mr. Samuel Motz. We believe a sale his not yet taken place. Prayer meeting continues each night in the church. Frank Motz, son of J. C. Motz, has returned home. News scarce. ARGENTI. HAKBIKU. On the Hth, Inst., at the Reformed parsonage in Aaronsburg.* by Z. A. Yearick, Mr. James A. Treaster to Miss Sarah K. Styers, both of Co burn. ____ FALL AND WINTER I -£IBB6 - 1887.3*- Aq Klcgqqt Idqc OF TRIMMED AND UN TRIM MED Hats, Bonnets, Caps, &c. will constantly be kept in stock at my place en Main St. Millheim, Pa. My selection of £nrf.s, pMons, feathers, %\\x (Ornaments, 4*l owm, Sr. is large and varied enough to SUIT ALL TASTES. ' 1 " Call on me if in need of anything in my line. Satis factory J work guaranteed. 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