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Sit spuhfim gourunl.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER.
*7- Sole* advertised through this office xrill he
inserted under Wifs heading free of charge
November 12di-Mlss Susan o. Wise, A.-irons
burg,persouai property.
November 19th—F. r..Vonaila &T.
administrators of the estate of Hen
ry Yonada, dee'd, late of 11 ainos
township, real estate, consisting of
two tracts ot land, Willi dwelling
houses and saw mill erected thereon.
Novenilier lOih-U. 8. Shafer,executor of the es
tale of Simon Small, late of Miles
township, dee'd.3 acres or cultivated
land, near Madisonburg. No build
November 2fith—Kphr*!n Rupp. admlnlstiator
of the estate of Sara'l. Rupp. late of
Haines twp„ dee'd, tract ot l.no,
containing seventeen acres,, with a
farm house and other buildings
thereon erected.
November 86th—at Centre MlUs.Sammd tlrara
lev. executor of the estate of Motile
Flasher, deceased, late of Miles
township the personal property of
November 2dtli—at Mllllielm, 11. H. Wels. r and
W. U. Welser, executors of the
estate of Samuel Welser. deed, l.m
town properties of decedent.
We wish to quit the mercantile busi
ness and therefor offer our stock of
General Merchandise
We have a lot of
Ladies' Dress Goods, Ging
haitis, Jeans, Woolen ami
Cotton Flannels, Motions,
Linen Towels, Ladies and
Children's Hose. Woolen $
Cotton yarn. Shawls, Gent's
Underwear. Over At Is, Skirts
Glass ft Queen sura re t Drug's.
Wooden TJ are, Hardware.
#-W'e will give special bargains on BOOTS
In fact it will be to your Interest to see our
goods and prices at our store on Main street,
before buying elsewhere. Thanking you for
past patronage, we remain Tours truly.
Local Paragraphs.
—Over the fence is out.
Don't ask us how we teel.
—All o'board for Salt River.
—Try us for fine job printing.
—First-class job work doue at the
JOURNAL offiee.
—There will be an opening for a good
dentist in tbis place after January Ist.
—County Superintendent Wolf is at
present on the road visiting the schools.
—Mrs. Alice Gingerich, of Lemont,
was in town on a visit to her parents.
Dr. Staars.
—Kate Stover, a daughter of Noah
Stover. Penn street, is down with ty
phoid fever.
—Rev. Sam. Jones, the famous west
ern preacher, will lecture in Williains
port, Nov. 23.
—lsrael Confer is building a new
fence along the front of bis residence
on Penn street.
Mrs. Jon. Barter paid a visit to her
UriettJ, Mrs. Clara Grenoble, at Spring.
;Mil&, last Thursday.
-MM, Brown, nee Julia Rockey,
.of Hublereburg, spent several days in
JMillbeim among old friends.
—A new boardwalk and a log cross
ing were laid in front of Mrs. Hannah
Jtfiller's premises on North street.
Mrs. Dr. Miller, of Unionville, was
in town on a visit to her mother, Mrs.
Daniel Luse, residing south of town.
—Next year will be leap year. Know
ing ones think it will make the matri
monial campaign lively and interesting.
—Miss Lyde McElroy, the teacher of
the boro" primary school, spent Satur
day and Sunday at her home iu Centre
—Johnny Hardenburg came to town
♦ the other day and is staying with Ins
grand parents, John Auman's, on Main
—Election news came iu very meagre
- yesterday and we are not able to give
our reader's as complete returns as we
: should 1 fi&e to.
—This week the Millbeim band wiped
• out all indebtedness on thsir new instri -
ments. They also procured several
,new pieces of music.
—The farm residence of J. M. Will
iams in Clinton county was destvoytd
.by fire on Monday afternoon. Loss
42.500 ; insurance SIOOO.
—Look out for > very complete and
novel stock of holiday goods, which B.
Q Oeininger, of the Journal store, will
begeL> |n ve,y Bhort,v '
-Llovd a of John Ker:t Uer
Penn stree't aim the > ou,, K ef,t
lenn street, aim fct reet,
son of Wra. Reifsiij ; * .
are boused up with sore
—Last Saturday a week a*. ** *
myer & Co's carpenter shtdat . .
fourg was destroyed by fire. Lossai
SSOO. Origin cf the fire unknown.
—Peter Wolf, of Jersey Shore, P<J.,
was hereabouts this week 011 business
and also to pay a visit to relatives. He
was a caller at this ofiice last Monday.
—The first natural gas well tapped
east of the Allegheny mountains is
now flowing near Pen i field. Clearfield
county. The Caledonian coal company
struck the well on their lauds.
FOR SALE.— The property of John
Swart z, Sr., late of Mill helm, deceased.
Situate on North street, is offered for
sale. Apply to or address
G. W. SWARTZ Executor, l l
Lewistown, Pa.
—The Michigan Insane asylum is.
said to be filled with young men who
lost their reason by smoking too mam '
cigarettes. We know of a few young
fellows, mid they don't live a Jiccsano
miles fiom here, who are stiongh* ad
dicted to this injuiious habit. Sticjs to
your sound sensts, boys- ,
—David and Israel Rhul, two broth
ers of Mrs. A. J. Harter, of this place,
were here last week to visit their father
Ger Rhul,who is convalescing from his
serious illness.
—Our former townsman, John 11.
Kreamer, who had been residing in
Glrardville, Schuykill county, for the
last two years, has removed to Altoona,
to mako that his future place of resi
—Don't fool yourself bv believing
that you are much smarter than other
folks, for you ain't, says one of our ex
change papers. There is an average
among men and if you come up to it be
—A party was* given u\ their resi
dence by Mr. and Mrs. I>. W. Zeigler
in honor of their daughter Annie's
birthday on last Friday evening. The
central attraction of the affair was a
sumptuous supper.
—Tlte drouth which still continues
in this section causes the pure water
supply to fall alarmingly short. There
are but four wells in town now with
water and many of our people are com
pelled to drink rucewater.
—Merchant D. S. Kauffman and
John llick, the restaurant man .were to
Lock Haven on Monday and took in
the jail at that place, taking a peep at
the prisoners couUned there on suspi
cion of the Culvey murder.
—The Lutheran congregation of Aa
ronsburg will celebrate the Lord's Sup
per next Sabbath morning in the Ger
man language and in the English lan
guage in the evening. Divine services
at St. Haul's iu the afternoon.
—Ephraimßupp,administrator of the
estate of Samuel liupp, late of Ilaines
township, dee'd. advertises said estate
at public sale, to take plafe on Satur
day, November 19th, lust., at one o'-
clock. See notice on second page.
—Among the Coburn items will be
found an account of a Bad accident
which befell our friend C. C. Brurogard,
of Miles township. Our Rebersburg
corresjioiideiit reports the gentleman
improving, which we are very glad to
—lt. D. Bierly, of Rebersburg, had
his left arm nadly cut by a sharp axe
on last Saturday. The axe was lying
on a shelf overhead, unknown to Mr.
Bierly, who was at work in the shop,
when the axe came down on him with
the result stated.
—The large barn of Michael Confer,
on the farm adjoining that of Jno. A.
Woodward, near Howard, together
with all the contents, burned down last
Friday night. Theie were 10 hogs, 4
bead of cattle and a good team of mules
in the barn and all perished.
—Geo. Royer and family, 011 North
street are moving to Bellefonte this
week, where Mr. Royer has found per
manent work at his trade,carpentering.
Their goods were taken to Coburn sta
tion on Tuesday for shipment. His
home in "Texas'' is for rent now.
—Next year (1SS8) will be a peculiar
one in this respect, that the bust three
numerals which compose it will be the
same figures, a circumstance which
can occur only once in a century, or,
more strictly speaking, once in 111
years ; it will be a 111 years before au
tolier "three of a kind" (19991 will be
readied.— Ex.
U> 'ui"
—Some one,who is supposed to under
stand the subject, estimates that a
farmer, in raising twenty acres of corn,
travels 375 miles. In plowing the
ground with a sixteen Inch, three horse
plow, he travels 175 miles, to harrow
the ground before planting, lie walks
twenty-fiye miles and to cultivate it,
185 miles.—Ex.
—There is a new "devil" in the
JOURNAL office who has already learn
ed to torture ye scribe with the ever
lasting cry for "copy." His name is
Newton Bracht and his intentions are
to make the art preservative his life
work, Newt seems a steady young
man who promises to make a good
—J/iss Salina Gephart. daughter of
our townsman, Mr. Jacob Gephart. has
returned from the west. Site had spent
the greater part of a year with her
brother, A. J. Gfphart, a t Great Bend,
Kansas. Miss Gephart is looking right
well and western Jlife and climate
seems to have agreed with her. Her
many friends in town gladly welcome
her back.
—Rev. Swenglc's residence on Main
street closely escaped being burned
down the other day. One of the Hues
which was evidently filled with soot
caught fire and was soon a column of
flames. Some clothing hanging near
the chimney place upstairs was ignittd
by the heat and but for the timely dis.
covery of the fire the house would have
been entirely destroyed.
ER.—The rffect of changeable weather
on ladies of delicate constitutions is
.very depr< s-ing and serious, and some
thingßUreugthei i'-g is ii't-dcd to assist
nature in Withstanding the attain.
Nothing effective can be found
than Sneer's Port, Burgundy and CI net
Wines, which are in general use iu the
New York and other hospitals. For
gata by druggists.
Samuel Jsig!d\ who several
' *>?'> moved from M :, disoidurg
years * / f/> oarthag, M died at
this cou, t}ie g. j, of - Q<jtnber,nf
the latter p, leave# a widow and
typhoid fever n tMr
two children beh. k „, w
loss. Many of our 1 . , ~ .
Mr. Zeigler will be griev j
sad bit of information win. q bt
is by Chas. D. Keck, of Cuti. uu "
tier date of Oct. 29th.
—Selinsgroye, that musical town, i."*
the first heard from this season with a
festival of song. T)ie Musical Asso
ciation there have arranged for their
■seventh annual convention to be held
during the Christmas week. A chorus
f 175 to 200 members will participate.
Entirely new music from the best coin
posers will be used and concerts will be
given Dec. 29, 30 and 81. We acknowl
edge mo receipt of an invitation to
I attend.
—F. I)- Luse and wife took the after
noon train on Tuesday to spend several
diys at Fairy lew, Cumberland Co.,
their future home, and other places in
the East.
—The Millheim Knitting Mills, af
ter two weeks idleness, caused by the
placing of the steam heating pipes into
the second and third floor rooms, re
sumed operations last Monday wi.h the
usual number of hands.
—U. 11. llai foundry man,
bought the ground where formerly
Elias Luso A Son's planing mill stood,
and expects to move the small dwelling
house, now lU joining J. 11. 11. Ilait
tuan'B residence on l'enn street,thereon.
—J. 11. Woomer,the tollkeeper In the
Gap, and a skillful harness maker be
sides, lias a very nice line of Horse
Blankets to select from. lie also keeps
a superior kind of harness oil and axle
greaso. It will pay farmers and team
tors to drop in uud see what induce
ments lie offers.
WINTER MEAT. —In connection with
their regular business of retailing uie.it
Messrs. Gettig & Kreamer, of the Mill
lieint meat market, on Main street, will
supply the people with porkers of any
size or weight, slaughtered, dressed .cut
up, with sausages and lard furnished
along. Call on them.
—HYPOCUACY IS ft sort of homage
vice pays to virtue. Drive out lite vic
ious blood wiili Warner's Log Cabin
Sarsaparilla, renew it with new and
virtuous blood and there will bo no
hypocracy in your strong and healthy
nature. Best blood remedy and cheap
est. 120 doses for SI.OO All druggists
sell it.
—The real estate ot Samuel Weisor,
late of Millheim borough, dec'd, con
sisting of several town p opeities, will
be offereil at public sale on Saturday,
Noy. 2fith. On the same day the per
sonal effects of the late Mol'ic Frasher,
Miles township, will be sold at public
outcry at Centre Mills. See bills ad
vertising both these sales.
—The fatal accident to freight con
ductor Michael Dupryenne, an account
of which will be tound among the Co
burn news, is indeed a sad affair which
enlists the sympathy and regret of all
who knew the gentleman. Mr. Dupry
enne was of Italian birth and at the
time of his death was In the prime of
manhood, being only about thirty years
of age. He was mairied only a short
time and leaves a young wife who must
be nearly distracted by grief.
have been selling Simmons Liver Reg
ulator for I tie pa.t six years. My cus
toraers pronounce it the best ever used.
One of my customeis whose health was
in a wretched condition from a very
bad and stubborn case of Dyspepsia,
used ttie Regulator and was entirely
cured. lam using it myself for Tor
pid Liver, caused by close confinement.
I find nothing to equal it and highly
recommend its use. Respectfully,
C. P. Ilisey,Druggist, Edinburg.Va."
—W. S. Musser, of the corner hotel,
had a serious mishap last Sunday eve
ning. lie had been out driving and
when in front of his house in stepping
out of the buggy his foot caught in the
lines and caused him to fall. He un
fortunately happened to strike the
stepping stone with his left shoulder,
which had been sore for many years
from a shotwound* His injuries proved
exceedingly painful but under the skill
ful treatment of his family physician
he was enabled to be out again by
Tuesday. However he feels the effects
of his fall, which may make him much
trouble yet.
ERY. —Prof. LoisKte'e new system of
memory trnining,taught by correspond
ence at 237 Fifth Ave., New York,
seems to supply a general want. He
has had two classes at Yale of 200
each, 350 at Obeilln College. 300 at
Norwich. 100 Columbia Law Students,
400 at Wellesley College, and 4<H) at
University of Penn., &c. Such pat
ronage and the endorsement of such
men as Mark Twain, I)r. BucMey,
Prof Wm. R, Harper, of Yale, &c.,
place the claim of Prof, Loiselle ujon
the highest ground.
—At tlie democratic meeting last
Saturday evening, which was addressed
by lions. Orvis and Curtin, of Belle
fonte, the town hall was well filled with
an attentive crowd and perfect order
prevailed through out the whole affair.
It was noticed that speaking goes much
easier since the hall has been raised,
while musical performances sound 50
per cent, better than heretofore, to say
nothing of the greater comfoit which
the audience experiences. We hope
our school board will finish the work so
well begun, and have the renovated
room papered, painted, properly heated
a d lit up as soon as p issible for future
public gatherings.
Central State Normal School, Lock Ha
ven. Pa., will open its winter term of
12 weeks on Tuesday, Jin. 3rd, lss,
and a spring teinr of 14 weeks on
M ircli 27;h ISBS. The legislature hav
ing recently appropriated about $25 00(1
to this school, the money was used to
put the building in tire best possible or
der,witli al l the modern accomodations.
An excellent faculty presides over the
several branches of education and the
school possesses rare cabinets and val
uable apparatus for illustrating the
sciences. Furnished rooms and board
at $2.50 a week ; tuition $ 1.25 a week.
For further information address James
isldon, A. M., Principal.
—The people of Pleasant Gap and vi
cinity are holding meetings and circu
lating petit ions with the object of ask
ing the court to appoint receivers to
condemn the Lewistowu and Bellefonte
turnpike and conyert it into a public
r;id, The petition must be signed by
twenty.five •• r more resident tax-payers.
TbP receivers must assess the damages
c u *tdtn the owners of the turnpike
which to l Kli<l ~v l ' ie county. It'
the B ', a" ,)H thought excessive
the citizens appeal; if the owners
do not consider them sufficient they
may appeal. If becomes a public
road without toll gates *lie respective
boroughs and townships vb rough which
it passes will be required to repair and
maintain it .—Daily News.
—The grammar schoolroom on IVntt
stint having been uml hold
ing elect ions, Mr. Foreman, the teach
er, took hia Hcholars tip-stall's into the
hall on Tuesday. The gentleman did
not like to lose a day and evi
dently cares that school should keep.
Right. J lis pupils considered they
were in a high school for once.
—Now that the election Is past we
shall pay more attention than ever to
our local dvpaitmcut and shall endeav
or to give our patrons a live and read
able budget of weekly news. And in
doing so our friends can greatly assist
ns by giving its every bit of information
that may prove of inteicst to the rest of
the world. Give us the news and we
shall only be too glad to publish them.
—We Judge from the large number
of sewing machines which Witt. A.
Stover, residing near the toilgate, west
of town, receives of late, that he is a
successful agent who understands to
handle the "New Home" to the satis
taction of the llnu us well as his cus
tomers. He passed through town with
a wagon full of these popular machines
on Tuesday, ou bis way from the sta
—Michael Ulrich, whose property
narrowly escaped being deatioyed by
lire one day hist week, desires to return
his thanks through these columns to
the neighbors and citizens, and esjte
cially to the members of the Hook and
Ladder company, for their prompt and
effective assistance rendered at the lire.
Mr. Ultich says be now fully appre
ciate the value of a tire apparatus and
an organize ! and drilled company.
—Wo are sorry to state that Mr.
Klias Luse and sou, F. I>. Lose, whose
planing mill in this place was recently
destroyed by Ure, contemplate leaving
here to go into business at Fairview,
Cumberland county. We should have
liked very much to see those men re
main, rebuild their mill and continue to
do business in town,but we understand
they were offered social inducements
by the citizens ot Fairview, which the
Messrs. I.use have concluded to accept.
Thus Millheim loses a thriving enter
prise and two good citizens, and Fair
view may IKJ congratulated ui>on their
DON'T FORGET.— Since subscription
moneys are so very slow in coming lit
we wish to remind those of our delin
quent subscribers who find the time
of expiration as well as the a
raount due, stamped on their papers,
that we desire a prompt settlement of
their arrearages. As long as their ac
counts stand open in our books they
don't do us a bit of good. It takes cash
to run a newspa|>er and we hope our
tardy subscribers will pay up more
punctually in the future. We hate this
dunning in the paper, hut the seeming
indifference of those who owe us on
subscription .forces us to say something
on the matter. Fay up.
— l The following resolutions were
passed by the United Brethren Sunday
school of Millheim in memory of Katie
Geary, who was a member of Mr. F. D.
I,use's class ;
W u rue as. i he hand <>f Divine Providence has
leituiwil Ironi our initial our klti>r and I'tun
inate Katie G<-ary then-tore,
littolwd, 1-t. That we. as a school, are de
sirous ot testifying our respect to her memory,
and express tiur earnest sympathy with the
friends deprived of their dear one.
2nd. That w<• tenderly condole with the
friends in their hour of affliction, and devoutly
commend them to lliin who looks witli pitying
eve upon the In-reft.
3rd. That while we deeply sympathize with
those bound to our departed friend by near and
dear ties, we share with the hope of a reunion
In that better world.where there are no partings
and shedding of tears.
4th. That these resolutions be placed upon
the records of the United Brethren Snndnj
school and be published Iu the Millheim Jour*
nai, also that a ropy of the Journal be sent to
the parents of the deceased.
K. 1). USE & CLASS, Com.
NEW MUSIC.— We have before us a
copy of "My Lady" Waltzes from the
pen of D. B. McCloskey.who is also tne
publisher. We have heard it rendered
on piano and organ—suitable for either
—and we give it rank with the popular
compositions of the d.v, as for the har
mony, or the accompaniment, it cer
tainly bears upon teachings of the old
musters whose rapid and pleasing chan
ges have become so famous, which lie
must have read to a great extent to ac
complish that which he has in this
piece. Mr. McCloskey is as yet un
known beyond a local radius as a com.
poser and publisher, but with putting
such music upon the market as he
makes his introduction to the public,he
will certainly be entitled to a bountiful
share of the public pat roe age. Send 25
cents to D. B. McCloskey,Lock Haven,
Fa., and be assured of getting otto of
the best pieces of music issued by any
publisher to-day.
why casas terminate fatally that at first
were not believed to be serious is be
cause patients neglect disease in its first
and faint attack. They wait until the
enemy is well into the citadel and then
they find it very dillicult to dislodge
him. It is the height of folly to treat
illness its a matter of small import*,
ance, for we know not what may be de
veloped. A man who lias a family to
.suppoit; a woman who has children
and a house to care for—in fact, no one
who thinks life is worth living yields to
sickness uutil they feel that it is going
to get the best of them, and then is the
time for a prompt, thorough and effect
ive medicine. With Simmons Liver Reg
ulator you can always relieve and never
do harm. Little may be needed,but still
when you have a simple and prompt as
sistance many dangerous forms of dis
ease may be arrested and removed at the
outset, for this is the time or chance,
Simmons Liver Regulator should he
kept in every home ready for every e
mergency. No home should bo without
it to arrest disorders promptly, which,
if not taken in season, often devel
op into serious disease. It stimulates
the torpid liver, strengthens the digest
ive organs regulates the bo-.vels, and
is unequalled as an anti-bilious remedy.
Give it a fair trial and it will not only
relieve but permanently cure.
Barn and Produce Burned.
MIFFLIN /OWN, October 5.-Lust
night a large belonging barn.to Michael
Shearerlocateil m-ar Waterloo Junction
was destroyed l>y lire, together with
a large amount of grain, hay and farm
machinery. The IIOIM-S HI d other stock
were saved. Trie origin of the free i
supposed to be the work of an incendi
ary. An insurance of SBOO was held
on the building, but none ou the con
tents. Loss, S2OO.
There is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few
years was supposed to be Incureble.
For a rieut many years Doctors pro
nounced it a local disease, and pre
scribed local remedies.and by constant
ly failing to emu with local treatment
pronounced it Incurable. Science has
proven Catarrh to be a constitutional
disease, and therefore ri quires a con
stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured hy F. J. Cheney iV
Co., Toledo, Ohio, | the only constitu
tional cure now ou the tpiuket. It is
taken Internally in doses from 10 drops
to a teaspoouful. It acts directly upon
the blood and mucus surfaces of the
system. They offer one hundred dol
lars for any case it falls to cure. Send
tor circular and testimonials. Addiea-,
F. J. CIIENKY & Co., Toledo, O.
gjy Sold by Druggists, 75 cts.
Ixical Correspondence.
Israel Weaver is burning a lime stack
from which ho experts to ionline about
bushels of burnt lime.
Mr. Weaver, from near Danville, l'a.,
was up during last Sabbath visiting his
daughter, Mrs. (Jeo. Krrighhauui.
Our last week hunting party returned
home without any game. The weather the
past week or more has not been very favor
aide for hunting.
District Attorney J. C. Meyer was down
lust week to talk democracy to ids friends
in the lower valley. He s|M*nt a night with
Ids father, the lion. J. G. Meyer.
Since the report of the hog cholera IK-ing
at work again among the farmers' hogs
along Pine Creek, a large numb* r of our
town jieople will do their butchering during
this month.
Wesley Adams has returned from Miftlin
hurg where he finished a job of house paint
ing. Wesley re]R>rts the mountains north
and south of Hartleton all on tire and <piito
a number of dwelling houses and barns
were destroyed hy the fire.
Levi Stover of North 2nd St., is the hap
piest man on earth since he became papa of
twin girls. Imagine Levi being ring mas
ter of the grandest circus he ever undertook
to manage. ANOTHER.
The election passed oft' unusually quiet on
Tuesday. Tin; usual numlter of politiouis
were on liaud to put in their best licks and
the Democrats held their own nobly.
Cyrus liruingart, of Brush Valley, met
with a had accident here one day last week.
He had loaded a load of coal and left his
horses standing on the scales, when the
freight train came along frightening the
team and causing them to run away. In
trying to stop them he was thrown down
and the loaded wagon ran over his shoulder.
We have learned that no bones were brokeu
aud he is getting along as well as could lie
We have another serious accident to re
cord which happened at Swengle and re
sulted iu the death of Conductor Michael
Dupryeune. "Mike," as he was familiarly
calletl by all was attempting to stake a car
In on the siding on iic wain irnek and the
stake not being suflicietity strong, ls*nt ami
squeezed him against the car injuring him
so badly that he died from the effects Sun
day, a. in. Mike waa known by everybody
along the line ; he had a pleasant word for
all and was a good aud faithful servant to
the company ami his place cannot he easily
tilled. Among the employes with whom he
came in daily contract ho is rememlwred
only for his many and noble qualities. As
a token of est*-em and regard his many
frlends along the line, esjiecially liis late
comrades on the road had a magnificent
Floral Pillow made and sent for the funeral
whieli takes place at Lewisburg this Wed
nesdnv'at 3 o'clock.
Work was stopped at the new church on
Monday last on account of the brteklnyera
going home to vole. They will go to work
on Thursday and complete the brick work
at once. We understand the roof is to he
put on as soou as possible and then work
will lc suspended until next summer when
the building will he completed.
The building committee have about 4000
good brick on hand which they are offering
fo<- sale at $lO per M. for number one hard
brick and 7.r0 jn-r M for soft brick.
We are also informed that Itev. Steek Is
to deliver one of liis able lectures on the
evening of Dec. 3rd in the Lutheran church
of Mlllheim for the benefit of the new
church. The subject has not been* an
nounced yet, but the reputation of Itev.
Steek as a lecturer should give him a
crowded house which will no doubt be the
The wild cat that was a prisoner at the
distillery committed suicide the other night
by handing itself.
I suppose the Journal will shortly have
several libel suits on hand and wonder if
the editor will bo able to raise the j>er
quisite to pay off the excessive damages he
is likely to lie subjected to.
Hunters are out alinostevery day hut say
it is too dry to hunt for deer and so nay wo
Win. Whitmer, of Sunbury, and genial
Henry Whitmer, of Hartleton, were in the
village this week. Henry is beginning to
look like a bloated landholder since he re
tired from business but still he thinks he
must get up here and keep Andy Campbell
and the rest of the I toys st raight.
W. H. Oassler left this a. in. for Somerset
Co., where lie goes into the lumber busi
ness. Vai.k.
John Wolf was in Kockvillo the other
day and left his horses stand untied, while
he went to attend to some business. Dur
ing his brief absence the horses took fright
at something ami run off on a dead jump,
When he recovered the run away team he
found to his surprise that everything was
all right and no damage done whatever.
Mr. Wanley, from Ohio, brought a car
load of young cattle to this place last week,
of which he sold four head to Sam. Brum
gard, four to Cook Loose and three to Ren
lien Gramley.
Geo. Mensli, of Millheiiu, was through
here buying up pigeons.
John Weaver, from Coburu, visited
friends and relatives in this vicinity on last
Isaiah Mader, of Mifflinburg, was up this
way last week, visiting friends and rel
Mr. C. C. Ilrmngard who met with a ser
ious accident at Cobttrn while loading coal
last Thursday, we are glad to say, is recov
ering slowly from his painful injuries.
The protracted meeting at Wolfe's closed
last Thursday.
John Minich had the luck to shoot a wild
turkey the other day which weighed 24
pounds. NANOD.
The lire in the mountains near Seller'*
tramway Is doing considerable dnninge,
both to timber ami fences. L.ist Monday
night a large crowd was out trying to ah P
Its progress but with little success.
Last week a gang of moil under the Mipor-
Intendency of Jacob Humler* repaired the
mountain road and much credit Is due Mr.
Sanders for Ids ulticieiit management.
(Vilviu Stover, of this place, is the recipi
ent of an invitation from his old friend, I •
I\ Wolfe, of Asjwn. Col., to attend the
grand celebration of the advent of the Den
ver & Klo Grande railway into that place.
Capt. .100 and his crew are "at rest since
Mr. Kisnuhart was around seeing his
many patrons in the cream business. There
was quite a lively time last week one
morning, when different parlies canvassed
this section for cream. Well, opjwsitioo Is
the life of trade.
This place Is stitl visited hy thieves. Last
week some of them entered LindamanJWingl
ard's cellar and stole a ham. Liudaman ad
vises them to return the meat ami save c<mts.
A largo crowd of our young folks were
to the mountain church last Sunday eve
uilig. Home of them lost the way coming
Mrs. John Hockey, of t'edarvilla, 111., is
visiting Iter son and daughter at this place.
President Adam Gotscball, from Shanio
kin, was here on Tuesday with several
large orders.
GUIK-% Wilkiaou, from Maine, arrived
here on Thursday to see his brother War
ren. The two hi others h;ul uot seen each
other for twenty-three years.
lteddy 1 lay man at Park's Glory Is on the
sick list.
George Parkes lost a valuable horse the
other day. "Old Frauk" was a noble
horse and elevated his master to the top of
the mountain a many a time. The horse
will never pull eld George up again.
Poe Mills is always crowded with orders
and the white iine is ou the go almost day
aud night delivering lumber from the mill
to the station.
Win. Frank lost a very fine turkey the
other week. He hunted for it high and
low but without success. Wiiliaui has a
kind ot a notion that the turkey bad been
horn in October and weut to a birthday
party hut got left. Turkeys stand a poor
chance at such parties. Later on our two
niggers went to a certain place, when one
ot them turned Ids chalk and discovered a
pair of turkey legs on the floor. The nig
gers don't waut to say that the turkey was
stoleu hut they do say that if they were
turkeys they would roost high when birth
day parties and thanksgiving are about to
take place.
Jesse Wirt and son moved into their large
mansion on Water street.
Dot Madison burg Acle he sinks he is de
champion saw flier, awer Patty Kine sinks
he cau hold him level.
A hungry man from Harbin called at Mr.
Kulp'a. Mrs. Kulp was baking pies and
h:ul placeil a hot pie oil the table just before
the hungry man eaine in. As soou as the
fellow saw the pie he taekled it, but the
first mouthful satisfied bitn. He took a
straight line to the water. The result is a
very sore mouth and Clayton's everlasting
dislike for pie.
Hujieriiitemleut Joliu Grubb was obliged
to secure an assistant and for that purpose
<>ii>l>!.tyetl Miss Polly Doolittle, from Mount
Joy, Itock Point Co. Nearly ui^lit
she was engaged in tilling out orders, until
last Friday when John and Polly had a
: rumpus about a hill which had been made
! out for the swamp poodles. The hill called
for white pine and she made it for yellow
pine. The upshot of the trouble is a badly
used up woman who during the fracas lost
one of her dainty shoes, and who after she
had been carried to bed had a bad night of
it, her dreams no doubt being disturlxil hy
visions of flying bootjacks and liaJf-dead
OntheGth Inst., at Rebersburg, by Kev. J.
Ikitterer. Mr. *ohn A. Ding, of Spring M llls.to
Mrs. Mary Jane Gronnlnger, of Logan Mills,
Cltuleu Co., Pa.
. -i
Millheim Market.
Coreateil weekly by A. J. Campbell, Agt.,
Coburo, Pa.
Red Wheat
White "
Rye - -
Bai ley, No. 1 -
" No. 2 W
Corn, old - ........ -
<>ats *
Roller Flour J-™
Common Flour l.ift
Salt, per barrel 1.40
" " sack
Wheat mixed with Rye bought at rye-weight
and price.
Ground Plaster. k'.OO per ton.
Nut eoal
small stove
1-aige " !>*V
Pea coat '
Chestnut coal ~ ................ -j.®
Soft coal . -*- 0 "
(Special prices to lime burners.)
Butter ——Jj?
Hams -—— R
Sides 6
Veal - -
Pork ——- -
Beef ®
Potatoes oo
Lard *
Hare you CYmjrh, RronohlUx, Atfhma, In<tlirr*tlnn I Cts
lim rureu manj' of the wurrt oaara ami UUu> U*t remedy
for all afTrclion* of the throat and lung*, and dteeaae*
ari-lutr from I mini re blood and exhaustion. The fwtilo
and kirk. *lru|rK>'nir mnuiuit diaeaae, and slowly drifling
i to the grave, will in many raws recover I heir Dealt hby
the tlmolv uae of l*arkr' Uiniror Tonir, but delay li dan
gvtvu*. Take It In tlmtv It lit Invaluable for all pains
and diaordorx of stomach and bowels. bOo. at OruggMa
Cor. Main & North St.,
W. S MUSSER, Prop'r.
"'"• R *
(Sood JtawpU glooms.-
t-vT" Fine and comfortable Bus running to
ami from all trains.
Fine Single and Double Teams always in
readiness for the use of guests.
/J |\ Aching backs, hips, and sides, kidney
and uterine pains, weakness and inflam-
I |~mation, rheumutie, ueuralgic, sciatic,
L suddeu, sharp and nervous pains, coughs,
"™ ' colds and strains relieved in one min-
I ute by that new, original, elegant aud infallible
■ antidote to pnin and inflammation, the Cutlcura
Anti-Pain Plaster. 25 cts.; S for $1; at all drug
gists or Potter Drug and Chemical Co., Boston.
H, A /^ lilXI ' 0!
TW fjtgmM|k \ HH here again to speak, and would say tn the
:Jp' il Be determined to have
■^^3 BB a good place to buy your
and set what a splendid line of
a dozen different kinds from $2 to $5.
Women's Fine Shoes,
Everyday Shoes, S£y
from $1.25 to $2.00.
•r You hare never bought such shoes at the price we are offering them. In
bogs and girls—the same.
Don't miss. I'll be there when you come. You don't get any shoes at cost, but
at a mighty lotc profit, to hold your trade, to make you a customer. We haoe no
low-priced, worthless shoes. It must be to your interest to know this. We guaran
tee our representations, and don't warrant our shoes, just to sell you a pair. We
won't say everything and do nothing, and you wouldn't expect us to.
which she is received daily from the caste.n cities reveals at much
J}nUu of ShajK and |fsirakili<s of |olor
as the largest millinety establishment in the big towns. Patrons
of fashion pronounce her stock the most attractive ever brongft
to towu. Daily arrivals of the Latest Modes and Shapes In
Her reasonable prices alone make her New Hats popular.
rfl|oics jfeathrrs, j|irds, Quills, |jings f |rotni|, |jins,
and P.uckh-9 for Hat and Bonnet garnishments. Rich, Elegant
and Seasonable Trimmings
This Fall Weather
people are anxious to get the freshest and beet
Groceries and Fruits
in the market. The best place In the valley to bay them ia
where you will find the most complete line of
Apricots, Teaches, Pums, Pears, Tomatoes.
Never follow but always lead with my line of
Tobacco, Cigars and Confectioneries.
Full to ove: flowing, my department of
Last but not least ia my assortment of
All my aooda under this head are guaranteed and I warrant
them to give perfeot satisfaction or money refunded.
As I bcliive in u QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS" 1 ask you
in all conjidence to visit my store, being certain that it will be to your interest.
tf*K, Highest Market Prices paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE which is taken
n exeh ange for goods.
C- G. BRIGHT, Custom Shoemaker.
Will be at Musser's Shoe Store, Main street, MUlheim, every
Saturday afternoon to take orders and measures.

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