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TatrrsoAY, AUGUST 4TH. LSST.
Published by R. A. BUMILLER
Democrat le Delegate Kloof lon ami
Tlie Democratic voters of Centre county will
meet at the regular place* of holding the gen
eral election for their districts, on
SATURDAY, AnotJWrOrn, K"7,
to elect delegates to the Democratic; t'iinh
Convention. t inter the rules the election will
open at 2 o'clock, p. m.. and close at <> p. in.
T'e delegates chosen at the ftunvc time will
meet In the Court House. Itellcfonte. on
TI'KSDAY. ArnrsT'.n-ii, issr.
at "2 p in . to name one candidate for Associate
.Indue, one candidate for Count > TIVUMIIVI
one candidate for Sherifl, one candidate for
Register, one candidate for Recordei. t\\<> t an
didates for Ccwnty,Commissioner, iwooan i
foT COUIitN Att*lttOrS Allll tO Clt Ot lOUI
lle&tos totZ StatrConvention in KssrhaU
man Count v Committee for 1""" anda member
of the State Central Oommittoe.atul to transact
such other business as the Interest of the party
I nund'er of delegates to which cacti dis
triol is entitled is as follows:
ReUeionto, N W 2 Haines K P 2
s\v .1 '* W.T —2
. W \v 1 Half Moon i
Howard Horn . 1 Harris.. 2
Mileslnirc Roro ...1 Howard-
Millhetm Horn 2 llnston 1
Gentiv Hall Roro 1 UN-rty .. 1
rhilipsburu Ist \V. 1 Marion -
2nd W 2 Miles
•• Sial W 1 Ration .„ 2
rnionvtlle Roro t J' 0 ';"--.-- J
Renner 8 1 otter SI - -
ltouus. N ....... 1 S I i
•• W P- 2 Rush S P 2
>• K P —1 " N P
Burn side 1 Snow Shoe \V P. 1
College 2 " K P 2
Curt in - 1 Spring
Ferguson, K 1* 8 Taj'jor. t
>• W P 1 Walker t
Gregg. 8 P * Worth 2
Sl'.„ I Union. 1
At a meeting of the Democratic Dainty Com
mittee held at the committee rooms In Rellc
fontc, on Saturday. July li'th, the following
persons were named to hold the delegati elec
tions on the 6th or August.'
RcUefontv. North Ward. 11 > Mltzer, t lurir
man: Mat. liooley, John O'Conuoi.
Belle ton te, South Ward, I. Brown Jr. Chair
man : K C Woods. V J Rauor.
Relief mate. West Wanl. James sehotlcld.
Chairman; Grant Pifer, Olte Mock.
Ho want Borough. A Weber, Chatrinati: t. W
Connstl. M 1 Gardner. .
MUesburg Borough, AC Whitherlte. • hair
man; (TcorceCamnbell. RoberttKreamer.
Millln-im Borough, A A Frank, Chairman : I
P Musser.JasC Smith.
Centre Hall Borough. l J Meyer. Chairman:
l> K Guise. Charles Art. ev.
phillpsburg. First Ward. I (. llerliuger,
Chairman: James Kboch. Jacob Kilter
Phili|vibrg, Second Wanl. Henry ladiiuiiti.
Chairman; Howard Fleek. .las H Munson.
riiilijisl'uru. Third Ward. A J Graham.
Chairman: Jackson Gorton. John W alters
rntonviUe Borough. A J Griest, Chairman:
I.J Ring. Kenrv Eai on.
Renner Tow nship, Tbos Frn/ier. t hair
man: Daniel llosterman. Henry N Hoy.
Roggs Townsnip, North Precinct, James
Coaklcv, Chairman; David R Puorman, Goorgv
' Raw Township. West Precinct. Miihgan
Walker, Chairman:A A Kohlbivker, Charles
' Boggs Township East Precinct, H I. Harvey.
Chairman: Y W Rarntiart. David W human.
Rnrnside Township. A V Dougherty, C'lulr
man: Martin Vichdorfer. James >ankey.
College Township. John 1 Williams. Chair
man • A G Moore, Emanuel Peters.
Curtin Township, David Bricklev.Chairman
John McCloskey, J D Gardner.
Ferguson Township. Fast Precinct, Henry
Krebs. Chairman; Simon MeCormiek, Henry
Ferguson Township. West Precinct, Frank
Bowersox, Chairman: Jas (alder wood. J H
M Ureg Township, South Precinct, Hiram
Grove, Chairman; George B Crawford, W A
Gregg Township, North Product. J C _Ro
man, Chairman: Israel Kachau. Benjamin
St nVtnes Township. East Precinct. W Fl Keen.
Cliairman; J C stover. Thomas Weaver.
Haines Townsiiip, West Precinct. (. W Kister,
Chairman; Clavton Whvle. Cilvni Weaver
Half Moon Township, Win T* Bulky, Chau
uan:John Ward, William Kiddie
Harris Tomishlp. FTank E Wieland, Chair
man : Jacob Weaver Jr. Daniel Meyers.
Howard Township, John Glenn. Ciulrman
Edward Gardner. K C Leathers.
Huston Township. Win Irvin, Cliairman; B
W straub, Wilson Dillon.
Libertv Township. W II Gardner. Chairman;
Samuel K Kuncs. Daniel Herring.
Mariou Township, John Ishler, Chairman:
Andrew MeClintlek, James Martin.
Miles Township. A N CWruian, Cliairman; J
C Morris, J N Hascl.
Button Township J C Eckley, Chairman 1.
II Reed, J W Btddle.
Ponn Township. W H Krcauier, Chairman:
V." F Smith, Jacob Sanders.
Potter Towushlp, North Precinct. 1-' A F*ore
roan. Chairman: S D Gettig. W II Ott.
Potter Township, South Precinct. W" W Rov
er. Chairman: J M GillUand, W W Spangter.
Rush Township. South Precinct, Jaoob M
Ctarr, Chairman: John Kennedy. Smith RaUl
*'KU-1I Township, North Precinct. John It
Howe. Chairman: David Squires, A J .McCle!
Snow Shoe. West Precinct, A J LUCAS. Chair
man: John D Lucas. Wm Kerrins.
Snow Shoe. East Precinct. James Redding,
Chairman: Thomas MeCann. O M Sheets.
Spring Township, Wm Woods. Chairman:
John Koush, Ainos Garbrick.
Tavior Township. Wm Giltierwood, Chair
man": Wm Fink. Vtntin Beckwith.
Union Township, Charles MeGarvev, Cliair
man : Christian Hoover, John G llall.
Walker Township. John H Ik-ck. Chairman:
Samuel A Martin. Jacob Dunkle.
Worth Township,G J Woodring. Chairman:
As? Williams. Levi Reese.
11. Y. STITZKR, JAS. A. McCLAIN,
SINCE Sherman pushes his presi
dential campaign so early and vigor
ously, Jim Blaine will likely cut his
European visit short and come home
to build np his "boom."
JAY GOULD recently told a newspa
per reporter that he hadn't a content
ed hour since he is a rich man, and
that the happiest days of his life date
back to the time when he was a poor
boy. Still he keeps on piling up the
mammon. 'Tis second nature with
OHIO Republicans, assembled in
state convention last week.renominat
el Governor Foraker for the same of
fice and in their platform, which con
tains the usual well-sounding phrases,
about tariff and labor protection, they
endorse Senator Sherman as candidate
KENTUCKY Democrats elected Gen
eral Buckner tor governor by about
20,000 majority,- while the legislature
is democratic by about ninety majori
ty. With four tickets in the field the
result of the election is certainly grati
fying to the democrats of that state
and throughout the country.
IT don't take a yery shrewd politi
cian to see that the two opposing pres
idential candidates in 1888 will agaiu
be Cleveland and Blaine, Cleveland
has filled his responsible office with
such good tact and credit to his party
that the people of his political faith
feel certain that he is the man to lead
them to victory in the coming nation
al campaign. On the other hand the
bulk of the republican party looks up
to the Plumed Knight as the very
living representative of republican
principles and he is most likely to be
the standard bearer of his part) in the
contest. As far as the democrats are
concerned they don't seriouslv object
to see Blaine the republican nominee
for President because iu that case the
prospects of Cleveland's election are
all the brighter. The political face of
the country has greatly changed since
1884 and the change is undoubtedly
in fa/or of Cleveland.
N K\T Tuesday's convention at
Bellefontc will decide who shall bo
the democratic candidates for the
county offices, and as all candidates
now announced pledged themselves to
l>o "subject to that decision," it is no
more than may be expected that all
will abide by that decision. All tho
candidates in the field have l>eou ask
ing the support of democratic voters
under the colors of democracy and the
delegates who shall make the nomina
tions on next Tuesday arc the voice of
the democratic party in the county.
All the candidates have also expressed
their willingness to be satisfied with
the result of said convention even if
the result should prove a defeat to
themselves. If wo are not entirely
mistaken in tho candidates they are
all men of their word, who will sup
port tho regular nominee. Tho mat
lor of personal likes or dislikes must
lo left aside and the democratic ticket
which shall be made by the democrat
ic convention must be voted for by all
pun democrats for the sake of the
sueeessof the party at the fall election.
We hope none of the gentlemen out lor
office will forgot their pledges alter
the convention and all democratic
voters will bear in mind that a house
divided against itself is sure to fall
Wo think past experiences will bear
us out in this assertion A word to
the wise is sufficient.
THE Harrisburg Pat rift points out
a mistake which Senator Sherman,the
self-styled presidential candidate and
bloody-shirt politician, made at the
recent Republican convention in Ohio,
and which is apt to break his neck
politically before he ever gets a chance
at the nomination. The article re
ferred to says tlr.it in his speech ac
cepting the presidency of the Ohio re
publican convention,Senutor Sherman
recommended the nomination of Gov
ernor Foraker, because that gentle
man had prevented the return of the
rebel battle flags. The real reason
that Sherman wanted Foraker renom
inated was in the fact that he had
sold his influence in that direction to
tho Foraker crowd in consideration of
an adoption of a resolution endorsing
himself for president. His statement
to the convention was therefore both
false and unpatriotic
But if Sherman had IH'CII sincere in
his desire to have Foraker renominat
ed, the reason assigned was not one
that will be generally commended. As
the battle-flag matter is becoming
more generally understood the opposi
tion to it is rapidly subsiding. In
fact when the voice of the true soldier
has been heard it has always been in
favor of reconciliation, and the re
union of the boys in blue and those in
grav in Gettysburg on the third of
July about ended the influence of the
malevalents iu shaping the sentiments
of the survivors of the war.
The speech of Mr. Sherman may be
accepted as indicating the ideas upon
which lie proposes to appeal to the re
publicans tor the presidential nomina
tion. His battle flag is to be the
bloody shirt and upon an issue of per
petual hate, sectional animosity and a
distracted country he asks to be elect
ed to the presidency. These are not
likely to be popular issues by the time
the uext presidential contest is being
waged, and Sherman had better make
arrangements for the return of his
own battle flag, rather than be prating
about those which belong to tLe sol
diers of both armies.
—Gent's fine button and lace shoes
from 81.50 to 82.50 at D. S. Kauff
maii's. Not to be equaled in quality.
Take advantage of my low prices.
WASIIIXGTON LKT I F. lt .
(FTom our regular corrosjionCont.)
WASHINGTON, Aug. Ist, Isst.
AVvat the busiest man in this city at
present JS the clerk of the House <i" Repre
sentatives, who is engaged in looking into
ami preparing the eon test <tl Congressional
election cases—the evidence in which must
be printed before the convening of
the Fiftieth Congress ; it is thought there
will be only six cases in the IMKIV —one each
from Alabama, South Carolina, Indiana,
and Illinois, and two Irom California, a
much smaller number than usual.
The Republicans in Washington viewed
with much interest, not to say anxiety, the
late meeting and the action of the Ohio
Republican State Convention, Sherman's
friends feel elated over his victory,although
many of them seriously doubt the jkriicy of
his course in forcing an indorsement while
Blaine's followers are in a rage and swear
they will get even next year by sending a
delegation from the Buckeye State favor
able to the aspirations of the man from
Maine. One of these infuriated Blaineites
was heard to declare that Sherman's ac
tion in capturing the convention and shap
ing it in his own interests was one of the
most shameless ami humiliating spectacles
ever witnessed iu American politics—more
like the manipulation of a scheming ward
politician than tlie deli Iterate conduct of a
so-called statesman, seeking the highest and
most houorable station on earth. For once
1 aui willing t< hold up this Blaine man as
a true exponent of Democratic opinion on
hi subject under consideration, sol will
plrop the matter right here.
The jolly drummers have halted iu their
triumphant inarch by the ruling ot the In
terstate Commission that the raliroads can
not legally give that fraternity reduced
rates, but only for a moment, as the com
mercial traveler realizes l'uil well that at
last the consumer of the goo Is he sells must
pay his excuses, and so he goes on his way
rejoicing, seeking near fields of trade de
nouncing the Interstate Commission as "no
good," ami a "hollow fraud." The drum
mer is irrepressible ami nothing short ot
death can stop his progress or Row of con
The President aud Mrs. Cleveland have
deserted the White House and .are spend
ing tlie healed term amid the rustic and de
lightful shades of Dak View: the president
drives to .the White House Mansion every
day or two to transact public business but
makes his stays brief. Invitations to visit,
many Western and Southern cities continue
ti) pour in upon President Cleveland; be
has accepted several ot these and will prob
ably make an extensive tour.
— • „
—Au immense lot of luces, Etn
bioiderie3, and .Summer Trimmings at
lvau^T^]aaus , store. Must go give
place for a new and full stock. Call at
once and secure bargains.
—The shoe department in I>. S.
Ktuiffmnn's store is complete. Sizes
I to fit every foot, prices to suit every
Peter Grotnleich, of Freemansbuig,
Northampton county,ts the first person
ii bo prosecuted under the new liquor
law for violating section 17 in giving a
fiiendat Ins house boor to dtlnk on
Samuel Christ was on Saturday e
locted president of the West Branch
boom company, and .James .JeflVries
was elected secretary and treasurer
I'lie cilice of the company has been re
moved from Philadelphia to Lock
Farm Residence ami tiara Hum.
Lot U HAVEN, l\f., .Inly 2 '.-The
farm lesidenro of Mr. N. N. Morrill,
together with the bint and all its con
tents, were destroyed by lire 1 ist evoo
, ing. The loss is partially covered lv
: insurance. The origin of the lire is
The l*otsoiitus of tin* Grol"!) Family •
LAM ASTI R, .Inly "o.—Tho reported
malicious prisoning of lite family of
' Autos (ireigley, of Torre 11 ill, this
county, is untrue. Mis. (ieigloy and
ten children have haul 111 since Wednes
day with typhoid fever but are now re
ported to be improving. The exact
I cause is unknown, but is attributed to
! impure water.
A Dangerous Counterfeit.
A dangerous counterfeit of the silver
' dollar is made of ground glass com
bined with tin. lead and other metals.
Experienced bank tellers say they can
not easily detect this counterfeit.
These glass dollars are brittle. If
held in the paint of the hand and rap
| ped vigorously with the handle of a
knife the doliar is easily split. They
have the metallic ring of a genuine
dollar, are tne c erect si/. and of near
ly the exact weight.
A Newspaper Man Kails out ola
('l IA M REKSBU RG, I *a.,.1 uly .11. —W, C.
Cromer, l-*cal editor of the 1
Spirit, while sleeping in a hammock in
tho third story veranda last night, fell
finmittothe vatd below, sustaining
injuries, the ixtent of which ate not
yet definitely Known, lie has been tin
seoncious nearly nli day. He is bully
cut and bruised, but whether injured
internally has not been ascertained.
His fall was broken by coming in con
tract with the grape at bar.
Dropped Dead While Watching a
LANCASTER, Pa., Aug I.—During a
e heavy storm last night the barn of
i Elias Reist, in Ponn townsiiip, as
struck by lightning at d destroyed with
the crops of sixty acres and sveral
animal". Loss s">,<X)o ; insured. Mrs.
\hr un Witm ir. of N ife I! irhr, while
I-thing at the lie dropped deal (run
excitement. The bridge acioss the
L'ert Deposit railioad at Octorara
was washed away. The barn ef
Henry Hallei, at ivotbvllle, was also
destroyed, causing heavy loss.
Sherman's Hotel Kill t'npaid
TOT.F:DO, ()., Aug. 2.—Considerable
comment Ims been caused bete by llu
st range forgelfillness of Soiator Sher
man. Tlie leader will recall an inci
dent of the ISS.) convention, when Sen
ator Sherman, of <V>t>, hft that city
without paying his hotel bill. Chat ley
Foster furnished the ducats, aid the
eii cumslance after ward caused quite a
political bretze in Ohio republican
circles. Well, Uncle John lepeated the
dose in Toledo last week. He left with
out paying the convention bill. *ml un
less he remits at once the amount will
be presented to thecitiz-na'c unuiHtee.
Can There be TuttJes in Philadelphia'.*
PHILADELPHIA, Aug. . A regular
meeting of Meade post. No, 1, G. A. R
was hell to-night, and considerable im
portance was attached to it, as it was
understood that the attitude ot the post
toward President Cleveland on his vis
it to this city during the centennial
constitutional colenration in September
would be made known. After this
meeting, however, the officers refused
to give anything out for publication.
It is understood a resolution was offer
ed proposing a special reception toj the
president on the occasion of his visit,
but it was laid on the table.
A Ilig Fire in Chicago
CHICAGO, July 30.— At two o'clock
this morning a lire broke out in the
Wells Sc French Company's bridge and
car-building works, near the corner of
Blue Island avenue and Wood street,
and before the flames were extin
guished a loss of si 50,000 had been
caused. The fire started in the saw
mill of the works. Sixty men working
in the blacksmith shop adjoining made
their exit from the building barely in
time to save their lives. So rapidly did
the flames spread that within fifteen
minutes from the time the blaze stalled
the entire works, composed of two
planing-mills, machine shop," saw mill,
bridge shop, storehouse and shaving
mill, were on fire.
—A 820 iK) stock of Clothing, for the
boy, the youth, the young man, iho
father and the grandfather, at Kauff
man's store, in prices, fit and quality
to suit all.
Five Thousand People Want Food
iio.?TOX, July 30.—The American
Board of Commissioners for Foreign
Missions received a cablegram from the
treasurer of the famine relief to-day at
Constantinople, saying "Five thousand
people at Adana have nothing to eat.
Number increasing. Other towns ask
help." Adana is the centre of the
Cilician plain, ordinarily so fertile, but
this year absolutely barren on account
of drought. A little over s 1,000 has
already been contribnted in this coun
try for the relief of the starving people.
Further contributions are greatly
needed and may bo forwarded to Lang
don S. Ward, 1 Somerset stieet, lios
ton. Gifts may be sent by telegraph,
so that in three days they will buy
Another HaII I*OA<I Horror
RICHMOND, Ind., July 29.—A terri
ble accident occurred near this city to
day in which three persons and two
horses were killed and a fourth person
badly injured. The killed were Joseph
Itich,a farmer, aged 30, his baby and his
wife's rcnther, Mrs. Hannah Newcomb
aged 53, his wife being the one that
escaped. He drove on to the Panhandle
crossing at the western limits of the
city as he had safely done many times
before after hearing the whistle, hul
this time the train was coming at the
rate of thirty miles an hour and caught
bum. The spectaclo was horrible, as
Rich was cut in two and his head
caved in. His baby was ground to
pulp and Mrs. Newcomb bad one leg
torn off and her arm, body and bead
I II.IH. 11. Keel, >\ lii Ih'leiuli'd Hill*"
licltl'a Assnssili At(ciiipls Ntiieldi-. •
NKW YORK, July 30.—Clias. 11.
ILHII, the lawyer who utluiued notorio
ty ns the man who defended (iuiteau,
Ihe assassin of Freaident (iurlleld, tiied
to end his life hy drowning early
this morning. Uet d lias (been travel
ing steadily on the downward grade
since he associated with Lawyer .Seo
ville in the defense of (iißteuu, and hus
of late llgured conspicuously in imlice
—New goods, every day, at KHuff
The Hottest .Inly Mmiy Veurs.
FIULADHLPiitA, July 2U.—Ttie rec
ords of the 1 Vnnsxlyauia hospital which
have heen kept for nearly a c< utuiy do
not show any hotter .Inly than the prea
cut month, and although the hot spell
has not been CMillaed to any one locali
ty, Fhilatlelphia lias lieen hotter than
anv other place north of Jacksonville,
Florida, and ihe nntnlter of deallta re
suiting ditectly itit'l Indirectly from
heat have been large. Yesterday there
were four deaths, traceable to heat and
to day there were two, while on Itoih
days the number of prostrations lias
been six and nine respectively. There
have been many deaths however,due in
an indirect way to the torrid wave and
there seems to be no prospects of cool
weather. At midnight tlie thermome
ter stands at 'Jit, having fallen only a
half tlegreo in two hours.
—A carload of Barrel and Sack Salt
j ist received at KaufTiuan'a store.
CIIICAKO HOODI.FRS M'AKKI).
Four of the Criminals Likely to (jlvc
F vide nee for the State.
CNICAGO.JuIy 31 - Statements made
to-day by State Attorney Cirinnell lead
to the tailief that to-morrow four of thp
bondlera now on trial, will plead guilty
and offer their testimony to the state.
Mr. (itinnell expressed sympathy but
not respect for (lies, t'assalman. Mc
( langlteny and Oliver, and is evident
ly paving the way for litem to get out
easv. The suriender of Klehin has
liiorotigiily frightened his partners in
erttee. Mr. tirinnell announced that
the llrst move by any of them to escape
would result In his arrest. In accord
;tttet> with this annotincement ex-War
den Ftey, of the infirmary was taken
into custody it II oVlobk and locketl
tip all night. Mr. (Jrinnell, it seems,
had promised Frey, who is under in
dictment, immunity if he would tell
all he knew to the grand jury, but
proved an unwilling witness, and
when Klehin changed his plea, Frey
made a move to get out. He is still <n
custody. A panic has seiz-d the gang-.
Conviction seems certain.
—Clothing, Clothing, Clothing at
Filial Result of Accepting n lkrlitk
front a Stranger.
BOSTON, Aug. I, Watren Bichatd
son. of Stoughton, a traveling agent
for a slice lirm, went to Boston on Sat
urday and stalled thence for W.iltha m
on the" 15 train to deliver a pair of
shoes in the northwestern part of that
town. At 10.3d at night he was found
by a farmer < f Walt ham lying tin scon
scions in his yard, but supposing him
to be .in intoxicated f.om hand, he did
not disturb him. At six o'clock yes
tenlav morning the police were notified
M.d llicha rdson was Ft ought to the
station, when it became evident ttint
lie was suffering from tlie effects of a
a powerful drug. After two hour*
woik be regained consciousness
According to It is story he was carried
bevond Waltham by the train and g<o
out a' River View, intending to walk
tohis en >to iters' h one. While oil Jhis
way lie was apnrotohrd by a sltanger
who asked him a few questions, and
then passed on. aid a few minutrs
later a second man fell in with him.
After achat wiili his new acquaint
ance offered him a bottle of "jtoit
wine,' : front which he drank, and soon
after lost all his consciousness. Sixty
dollars w h ich he had in Lis pot-session,
together wit!) the shoes, are missinf,
and he believes that Lis assailant, hav
ing seen the money displayed in Bos
ion, followed him out for the purpose
of robbery. Yesterday afternoon symp
toms of arsenical poisioning were
strongly apparent, and Richardson was
seized with convulsions. His condi
tion is considered critical. Richardson
lias always borne a good reputation.
—Ladies, take thi* opprrtnnity to
get a pair of fine Kid Shoes for 81-75.
The best for the money at Kauffmans'
A Horrible lta!lroa<l Accident.
READING, Fa., July 2S.—Tlie cross
ing at Ridge wood Station, on the l'enn
sy'vania Schuykilll Valley railroad, a
bout four miles south of this city was
tlie scene of a frightful accident about
8 o'clock this morning, In which four
lives were lost and one person injured.
Tlie list of the killed is :
Mrs. F.lias Fritz, jr., aged 27, head
crushed and both arms and legs brok
Minerva, her daughter, aged 18
months, skull fractured.
Charley, her son, aged 3 months,
limbs broken and head crushed.
Miss Amanda Fritz, aged 39 years, a
sister-in-law of Mrs Fritz, Her face
was crushed in and both arms broken,
John Nunemncher, aged 13 years,
cut about the head and face. May re
Tne ill-fated party resided near Cer
tre house in Cumru township, and yes
terday they determined to pay a visit
to Levi Brown, who is a son-in-law of
Elias Fritz, sr., and resides at Gibral
tar. Tlie boy Nunomacher is also a
relative and undertook to drive the
party to Brown's. They started short
ly after 7 o'clock this morning, drove
down the White House road and when
they readied tlie fatal crossing the fast
express train down was almost duo.
The approach to the railroad at this
point is a steep ascent and driving
necessarily slow. Just as tlie horses
front ft et touched the track the express
traio thundered into sight a few hun
dred feet away, and in an instant the
carriage and occupants were hurled in
every direction. Tlie engine struck the
carriage full in the centre with such
force ns to completely demolish it.
One portion of it was thrown down the
embankment a hundred feet away, and
there is where tlie mangled bodies of
Mrs. Fritz and her sister and her
daughter were found. They had rolled
half way down the thirty-foot embank
ment. The little girl's features were
not disfigured, but there was a frac
ture on the hack of tho head that
probably caused instant death. The
body of the baby was found wedged in
jhe cowcatcher with its skull crushed
ai d iis brains spattered on the front of
the hcomotive. A portion of the
wrecked vehicle was also fast lo the
cowcatcher. The body of the child had
been can it d fully tbr<e hundred yards
in that position. The boy Nunemacher
was found at tlie foot of the embank
ment, moaning terribly, and his face
covered with blood.
Tho Coronet 's jury to-night decided
that the accident is due to the neglect
of the engineer to sound the whistle of
warning in time.
A VI KSTION OF r.WKS.
W'al dies, IIIIKKICS uiid Fit mil ii re
Should not IN- Returned forTiixutluiit.
WASHINGTON, I'd., Aug. 2.— The
county commissioner* of Washington
county, in coiijunctlcn with those of
Fayette county, a short time since sent
a letter to lite commissioners of all the
other conn lies In the slate, asking if it
was their intention lo make rut urn to
the state of taxesou watches, furniture
and buggies for the current year. Up
to I lie present time 1 esponies have been
received from the commissioners of
■on e47 counties, with tlie following
result : Those who will not make re
turn—Allegheny, Mucks, Fuller, Clear-
Held, Lehigh, I'ike, Cumberland, York,
Northampton, Adams, J Maw are,Clies
ter, Lycoming, Indians, Franklin,
Montour, Union, Weslmorelno I. But
ler, Elk, McKt un, Blair, Ferry, Km est,
Somerset, Venango, Lackawanna, Mif
ilin, Tioga, Beaver, Contie. Wyoming,
Monlgoinei v.Wayne and SusquehNiiiii*.
Those ho will make leturn— Noith
iimlterland, Wanen, Cambrbi, C'taw
foid. Lawrence, lliiiilingtbin. Kiie,
Clarion, Mticcr, Snyder and J< ITeraon
\\ c arc authorized to antumnee .IOIIS (itiovK,
nf Greirs lowitwlilit. as a candidate lor Associ
ate .Indue, subject to llie decision ol lite Demo
cratic County Convention.
We an- authorized to announce W. 1.. Mt s
sKit, of Millheim borough, as a candidate for
Assoclute Jiidau. subject t" the decision of the
Democratic County convention
We are authorized toaunounee Ilty-Mtv BBCK,
of Mile# tow n-hlo. as a candidate for Associate
.ludtfe, subject to the decision of the Democrat
ic County Convention.
We are authorised lo announce J"HN IIMIEI.,
of 11 nire liall Itorouith.as a candidate tor Asso
ciate J mice, sullied i" 1 a. 01 lot- AM la
ocrutlc County Convention.
IIV are authorized to announce Jos. 1,. Nekk,
of Hoggs tiiwr'#h lit. Asa canlldaic for Sheriff,
subject to the decision of the DeniocrallcCXiunty
We are authorized to announce JOHN NOLL.
of llellefonte. as a candidate foi Sheriff. subject
lo the decision of the Democratic County Con
We are authorized to announce .lonv p. Cos
io, ol Gregg township, as a candidate lor
Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic County Convention.
We are authorized to announce .1 Attw
ll.vsKl.. of Spring towiishlit. as a candidate for
Hltet ill. subject lit the decisionof the Democrat
lc County 1 onveidlou.
We are atilhorized to aaiuainee AMHEW J.
OCKZK. <•( Miles tiiwushlp. as a c.nidldaie for
Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Democrat
ic County Convention.
We are authorized to announce WILLIAM
Istit.Rlt, of Hcmier tow nshln. as a candidate for
Sheriff, subject to the decision ol IhcDcinocrat
le County Convention.
We are authorized to announce .lons Q.
Mil is. of Huston low nsfilp. as a cainlidate bu
shel Iff. subject to I lie decision ol I lie Demo
1 endlcCoutiiv Convention. /
We are authorized lo announce .1..!. lfov. of
Marlon township, us a candidate for sheriff,
subject to the decision ol thc| Democratic
We arc authorized to announce S. P. KIJSE
id Howard borough. a* a candidate for Treas
-1 urer. subject to the decision ol the Democratic
1 County Convention.
We are authorized lo announce JAVEH KIM
-1 pour, of Harris township, as a candidate lor
: Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Demo
cratic County Convention.
We are authorized to announce JACOB KISEN
nt Tii. of .villlhelnt Borough. as a candidate for
, County Treasurer, subject to the decision of
| the Democratic County Convention.
We arc aulhoriZKl to antiounce JoautA T.
I'OTTI'U. of I'otter t<>wii-hip. as a candidate for
1 'ounty Treasurer.subject 10 ihe decision of the
I IHmoeratlc County Convention.
We are authorized to announce JOSEPH
A*lIT", of Gregg township, a- a candidate foi
j County Treasurer, subject in the decision ol
the Democratic Couldy 1 oiiventioti.
Wc are aulhoilr.eii (o announce Grown: W.
Sr.vMii.Eit. ot Potter lovviish lp, ns a candidate
tor Coiiniv Treasurer, subject to the decision
of the Democratic County Convention.
We are authorized to nr.tiouuce A. B. Hxur,
of as a oaiulldate for Kegiter,
subject to the decision of the Democratic
We ate authorized lo antiounce <. W. HI M
RRitoEit, of CnlonvlMe ns a candidate for ltosr
ister. • übject to the decision of the Democratic
Couuiy Convent lon.
We ire nuth'ulzed to aniioiinc** W. .1 Cvci tv.
..f Mll. s tow lisloe, ns ca ii.l'.l lie for ltelsler,
subject to the .bvlsioii o. the licmocnttlcConu
We are authorized to announce Joiiv A.
Ki pp. ol College township, as a candidate for
ltejfister, subject to Ihe decision of Hie Demo
cratic County Convention.
Wc are authorized to announce A. Srntx
una;, of Itellcfoiiie. as a candidate for Becoid
er. subject t • Hie decision of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce D. 1.. ZEBBV.
of M blheiin Borough, as a cundhlate for the
office id ltceoider, subject to the decision of
the Dciiiocn.tlc County Convention.
We are authorized to announce W.TJALE#
Mom isov.of Worth townshlo. as a candidate
for ltecorder, subject t the decision o( the
I Democratic County convention.
H"o are authorized to announce HENKT L.
! HAKVKY, ol Boggs township, as a candidate lor
Commissioner, subject to ihe decision of the
j Democratic County Convention.
We are authorized to announce f. 1.. Ooop.
HAIIT, of I'otter township, as a candidate for
County Commissioner, subject to the decision
of the Democratic County Convention.
We arc autlvorized to announce A. J CHI EST,
of Unionvllle, as a candidate tor County Com
missioner, subject to the decision of the Dem
ocratic County Convention.
We are authorized to announce JACOB KMKK
ICK, of Penn tow nship, for comnilsaloner, sub
ject to Democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce M. s. KIEI>-
LER, of Haines tow nshln. for Commissioner,
subject to Democratic rules.
REGISTER'S NOTICE.—The following ac
counts have been examined and passed
by mc and remain filed of record ill this office
for llic Inspect ion of heirs and legatees; enalit
ors and all others In any way Interested and
will be presented to the Orphans' Court of
Centre county on Wednesday, the 24th day of
August, A. I>. lfb<7.
1. The account of George (J rossman. Execu
tor of, Ac.. of Michael Clricli, late of I'otter
2. The first and partial account of D. 11.
Hastings, Executor of Ac., of Annie E. llousei,
late of spring township, deceased.
:t. The first and final account of Nathaniel
Itierley, Administrator of, &0.,0f Edward D.
Johnson, lale of Hoggs township, deceased.
4. The first and final account of Dr. J. M.
Blair. Executor of. &c.,of Rachel Anunerinan,
late of t'nlonvllie Itorough, deceased.
5. The first and final account of Annie E.
Rblge and W. 11. llldge, Administrators of.&c.,
of Rev. W. A. Ridge, late of Liberty towhshlp,
ft, Tlie account of M. L. Rlsliel and John B.
Ream. Executors ot. Ac,, of Michael Ream, late
of Gregg township, deceased.
7. Tlie first and final account or Wm.Kunes,
Administrator of, &c.. of S. S. Kuncs, laieof
Liberty township, deceased.
8. The account of Mary A. Thompson. Ad
nilnlstratrlx of. Ac., of Joseph Thompson, de
ceased. late of Worth township.
9. Tlie first and final nccouut of Jno. W.
Parsons. Executor of. Ac., of Win. Parsons, late
ot llellefonte Borough, deceased.
Hi. The account of if. (S. Brett, Guardian of
the minor children of Mrs, Jeremiah Evvtng,
late of Forgneon township, decease", as filed
by J'. F. Bottorf, Executor of said llrett.
11. The first and final account of W. It.
Carskadden. Executor of A. earner, late of
Walker township, deceased.
12. The first account 01 Samuel C. Bower and
l.ydia Bower. Executors of, Ac., of Christian
llow er, deceased.
13. The account of Jacob Wagner and J. H.
Wagner. Executors of, Ac., of Jacob Wagner,
late of Pot ter township, deceased.
14. Tlie first and partial account of M. L.
Rlsliel, Administrator of, Ac., of Win. Bloom,
late of Ferguson township, deceased.
1.1. The second and final account of Clement
Dale. Administrator do bonis noil, cuin testa
meiito annexoof, Ac.,of David Peters, late of
lletiner now College township, deceased.
Ift. The account of K. 11. Musser. Executor
of, Ac., of Elizabeth Shirk, late of llalues town
it. The account of Stephen 11. McMonlgal,
Guardian of (he minor children of Henry
Vaugh, late of Taylor township, as filed by I).
F. McMonlgal, Executor of Stephen H. McMon
; 18, The final account or M. S. Fiedler. Guar
dian,oi Reuben K. Musser, (late) minor child of
Barbara A. Musser, late of Potter township,
lit. The final account of Adam Weaver, Jr.,
surviving Executor of, Ac., of Adam Weaver,
Sr., Into of Haines township, deceased.
20 The account of W Fred Reynolds, Ad
niinlstrator of, Ac., of K. H. Reynolds, late ol
Ilellefoiite borough, deceased.
21. The first and final account of Joseph
Ward, Executor of Elizabeth Ward, late of
Ferguson township, deceased.
22. The first and final account of Win. Wolf,
Administrator, d. b. 11. of, Ac.,of Daniel Faubcr
late ofPotter township, Centre county, deceased.
23. The final account of Mrs. Susan l-'!eck,
Administratrix of, Ac., of George Fleck, late
of Hoggs township. Centre county, deceased.
24. Xhe first and final account of James C.
Boal, Administrator of. Ac., of Isaac Gift, late
of Penn townshii>. Centre county, deceased.
25. The account of James F. Weaver and
Adam lioy, Administrators of, Ac., of John H.
Ram bait, deceased, late of Spring township.
Jii. 'llif ftci'i'iiul nl >1 <>) iii 11. Ilarnliiiit, !•-
•Y;IHO(1, Guardian f Edwin o. H'm. c. ami
lUam'lio Slrultlf, liilmn children of J a rot I I.
struble. deceased, at Hit d i>y .lames llVawr
and Atlaiii Hoy, A'lminMtaiois of .101111 11.
27- The second ami filial account of S. 11.
HIMIIIIHOII, Administrator of, Ac., of Jolm
28. The Dual accotnl of ll'dami II VN in. Guar
(Hail of M ni. N. Hall, minor child <>f ll'llham
Hall, late of I lil in low nhl|i, dee 'iccil.
2*.'. The account of Saimit'l (Ira 111 ley ami J.
11. Crawford, Executors of the last will uor^ten
la ment of .lohn Bh-rley, late >f Mile • township,
Ceuliv county, deceased.
30. The account ol J"NC|I|I l<ict ley. Al••• LLl
lsi tutor of, Ac., of Michael Merley, lale of .Miles
111. The first account of * In.sii.in llrnwtt ami
Caroline Mnlholi.iml. AdiiihiMr.itoi> of. Ac .of
Itmlalph Miilhollaml, lale of Iturnslde town
.'l2. The first and llu il ueeoiint ol Sarah K.
Kliierlck. Olie Of the Atlllllols r.tloisof Ae., of
ifctnlel Kmertck. late >i Walker townaMn,
Cenlre county. deeeasetl
33. The first partial aeeotint ol Unity bale.
George Hale A A. bale affd Clement Dalc.Kv
eeiitorMof, Ac. of ( hi'Mlan hale. Sr., 'ate ol
CO|ICK< lowiiship, i|eei .isi >|.
•it. The first and final account of Aaron
llnck. Administrator of. A .. of Elt/.tlieih
/elglcr. lale of Marlon to.vnsli p. tie'eased.
.TV Tlie account of jlarriel I'tozl l aml It'm
Frazler, AdmlnlHlral.os of. Ac,, ol haohl
Kriuler, late of Hurltivr lowoshin. deceased,
:w>. Tito account of.lacoh h Valeiilliie.Ciiar
than of. Ac., of Caroline M . Valentine, minor
•Itlld of HCIIIMMI Valentine, late M spring
low nship, tleeeased.
a" The aeeiou.l o( Maggie ItoHch.lale llee/er,
Ad in 11) Ist IMI tlx of. A-., ol Ferdinand ltee/er,
lale ol lie it iter tnwii-hlp, deceased.
ts The filial aeeouni of • ll'. t aaVallii.
Executor of. A - .. of .1 \V. Van Vitliu, late of
I'id-'itv 1 lie IMO-IHIUII, deeeusetl
riie.aeeoi.nl of .1.e.. I'. Weaver, A'luiluls
ha or of. Ae., ol Thomas Taylor, lateol l.ogg*
low nshi|t, deceased. JAVA. Met I.Ah,
D|SSfMT!'N OK I'ART.N KlJSllll'.—No
tice is hereby uivea ilial the parioeislil|
he la-lo (ore existing het tVceli h. S. haultinan
and K. 11. l-ong, trading under the firm name
of h. S. Kaiiftuiuii A Co., has Ijepu dissolved
this day by inutiial consent. The business m 111
he earned on at the old stand on Main street by
l> S. Kanffnian, who collects all the accounts
due the firm and to whom all claims against
the firm must he presented for settlement.
h. H. K vi rr si vs,
MlHlo'iiu July ''rl' '<"• c.. it. U'u.
DISSOLUTION OF IWUTNERSIIIF.-TIIO
partnership heretofore existing letwen
I. J. tJrenohleiind Adam Hxrtges. trading on
iter the firm name of Grenoble, Hartgc* & t'o k ,
limited. h:ts I ice 11 dissolved by mutual consent
unit the business 111 l carried on at the grain
house at Coburti by lliiitgf> & Son, dealers lu
giaiu, coal, salt and |tlaster. Hour. chop. &c.
I. J. Git? NOBLE,
Coburn, July 22nd, >7. ADAM UAKTGKS.
EXECUTORS' SAFE OF ItKAI. ESTATE.—
I The undersigned, executor* of tin* estate
of Jeremiah Hoy. late of Gregg township, <le
•leased, will sell at public >a!e. oil the premises
of decedent, two miles west of Mad|-on'>ui g.nti
FilllA V, ShI'TEMHKK 'JTiI. l-7.
at 1 o'clock, p, ni . the follow ing described real
All that certain tract of land.sltuate as afore
said, bounded on the cast tiy land of John
llanck and other-,on thi iiortli by land of W in.
Veariek and others, u the west by land of
Jeremiah Jloy, Jr . and other*, on the south by
laud of Harvey \ onuda. containing ltd ACHES.
more or less. ](|U acres thereof are cleared and
lu a good s'ate of cultivation. Thereon erected
A Two-Stony llOi'SR. HANK HAIIN.
and other outbuildings, flood running water
ami two orchards of choice fruit on the prem
Tin' remaining forty five acres are covered
with ><> un oak thiiU'r.
IViin- l" lv tiiaffe known on (lav of #.ile.
OH I'll A Ns' (OF HI SALE —HV virtue of an
order ot the orphans' Court of Centre
county, the undersigned, administrator of the
estate of Samuel Itupp, late of llaiuestown
ship. deaeased, will sell at public -ate on the
premise* ot decedent, on SATURDAY. AUGUST
l.'lth. IHST, at one o'clock, p. tu H the follow lug
descrttied real eutate:
That uetraiu tract of land, situate in Haines
town-hip. Centre Co.. bounded on the west by
land of Michael Herman on the moth, east
and smith by land- late of Daniel Iteed, now
Jacob Wlnkclhlecli and others, containing
SEVENTEEN ACHES, W>UN OK i E*-.
The one half of It Is In good cultivation, the
other half well timbered with pine and lu mlock
thereon erected a Dwn.ttxu IIOCSK. HANK
HAIIN and all the necessary outbuildings. A
spiingjof water and au oichard of choice fruit
on tiie premises.
TI KMS oe >ALK: Onc-lhlrdof purchase nioti
ey on coiiflrmatloii of sale ami tin-residue In
two c|ual annual payineuts wiili luU-re-t t< IM*
secured bv t>oi.d and mortgage on the prem
ises. EI'IIHAIM HI FT.
For all Diseases of the
liver, Eidseys, Stcaach and Spleta.
The purely vegetable pre
paration, now so celebrated at a
Family Medicine, originated in
the South in 18'iH. It acta
gently on the liowels and
Kidneys Ani corrects the
acti n of the Liver, and it, there
for*. the best preparatory
medicine, whatever the sick
ness may prove to be. In ail
common diseases it W'll, no
nsslsted by any other medi
cine, e fleet a speedy cure.
The Regulator is safe to administer in any
condition o7 the system, and under no circum
stances can it do harm. It will invigorate
like a glass of wine, but is no intoxicating bever
age o lead to internpcrance; will promote di
gestion, dissipate headache,and gener
ally tone up the system. The dose is small,
Dot unpleasant, and its virtues undoubted.
No loss of time, no inter
ruption or stoppage of
business while taking the
Children complaining of
Colic, Headache, or Nick
Stomach, a tea-poonful or
more will give relief.
If taken occasionally by pa
tients exposed to MAI-ARIA,
will expel the poison and protect
them from attack.
A rnvwciAV* OPINION.
I hive been practicing medicine for twenty years,
and have never been able to put up a vegetable
compound that would, like Simmons Liver Regu
lator, promptly and effectively move the Liver to
action, and at the tame time aid (instead of weak
ening the digestive and assimilative powers of the
system. L M HINTON, M.D.,Washington, Ark.
SEE THAT TOP GET THE GEXTTXE.
J. H. Ztii/in & Co., Philadelphia, Pa.
QL A ,hinK:
m I Ell I 0; v ScMplforClretij
DO YOU KNOW IT?
WINCHESTER'S HYPOTHOSniITK or LIME
AND SODA Is a matchless Remedy for I'oss
sumption to every stage of the disease. For
Cough*. Wcuss I.ting*. Tlis unt Dien*e,
1 ON* of Fle*ls nml Appt lite,and all forms
of Veiiernl Mobility it is an uncgimled
Spec tic Remedy. AA'HKSI'KE AND GET WIN
CHESTER'S L ITKRSUAT ON. SI and 9*J per
bottle. S<ild hv Druggists. WINCHENTEK
A CO., 16'J William Street, New York.
(THE NEW QUININE.)
1 Good Appetite,
W %W NewStrcitli.
i *2 QaLt tees.
.^V Ha PMDays.
S fc"3CP Sweels ' eEll '
A POWERFUL TONIC
that the most delicate stomach will bear.
A SPECIFIC FOR MALARIA,
and all Germ Diseases.
THK MOST SCIENTIFIC AND SUCCESS
FUL BLOOD PUKIFIBK. Superior to qtiluitie.
Catarrlial poisoning gave me dyspepsia, and
nervous prostration and malaria followed. 1
got so reduced I had to be carried up and down
stairs. Everybody thought 1 would die. Three
months'use of Kaskiue gave me new life. 1
am now perfectly well. 1 owe my recovery and
life Itself solely )o the use of this great aid elß
cieut remedv.—Mrs. E. A Comstock, 199 East
71st St., N. V.
"Four years of malaria and dyspepsia great
ly reduced my wife's strength and destroyed
her health. A trip to Florida and every known
remedy could not restore Iter. I heard of
Kaskiue, and four months' use broke up the
malaria, cured the dyspeaia, restored Iter
strength and health, and six months repaired
the waste of four years. Chauncv I. Titus, Al
bany, N. Y.
Letters from the above persons, giving full
details, will be sent oil application.
Kaskiue can betaken without any special med
ical advice. *I.OO per bottle. Sold by
or sent by mail on receipt of price.
KASKINE CO.. 51 Warren St.. New York.
'l'rv the Largest ami Rest Equipped
PHIM l lt'S KOI 1.1 It Islitblisll mcnl
In llu" United Stales.
D. J. REILI.Y& CO.,
1?l ivikl .I'iu I'cnrl Mreet, New York.
Pliers low. .-all-factlon gurunteed. Rest ref
DC t I.'YL'RR It* causes, and a new and
fj.l I\Y Eewl sueee--fill THF. ni your
own home, by one who was deaf twenty
elglit years. fronted ly most of the noted
specialists without benefit. Cored hitnnet/in
three nimtLs, and since then hundred* of
others. Pull particular* sent on application.
T.H.PAGE,No. 11 West .'list St., New Yoik City.
AT y TIIS
Williarasport t Commercial I tolleie.
Niti Isfuef ion or Nsnejr Itefnndrd.
.tilt AddiessF.M A LLEN,\V|lllaiiis|Krt.Pa
U*K WINCHESTER''S IIYPOPIIGHPIIITE OF
I.IMK. ami nOHA For Consumption,
Meuk l.niigM, 4 ougli*. Allium*. Ifroit
clilll. ami General Uelnldy It Is an ii'-knowl
edged SiM-eilie Remedy. Try 11. Price HI and
IV iwi lii.itle. Prepared only liy
MIX IIKSTKK A I'O, Chemists.
I 111 Mill l inn Afreet. New York.
Sold hv Druggist*. ff-U Heml for circular.
_ THE HOUSEHOLD
and oh—P. ImmodlmtHjr <k"*trojr* oil bid odnr f
purlfta* e venr Imtajreapoi and cbonitcally iicutralirra
all infectious •nil dlsuase-producliig matter.
INVALUABLE hi the ti< k am hold by Drug
gist, everywhere. <iuart bottles !ncents.
M holly nn I ike Mr I ill etui ay stem
Any book learned in one rending.
Recemim i.dcd by Mai.k iwaix, Riciiakii
I'll* C 10... the iielriitl |, lluia. W. \V. Avrou.
Ji'i*u P. Hkmamin. Dr. Miaou.&c. Class ot
lioColumbia Law students; two classes of SO
each at Vale : Km at University of Peun. Phlla.,
and Kw at Wellesley C-dlege. Ac., and engaged
at Chautauqua Uulveisity. I'lo-pccUis iost
-'7 it PROF. LHSETTK. iff Fifth Ave.N .Y.
Cor. Main A Noflli St.,
MILLIIEIM, - I'F.NNA.
W. S KUSSER, Prop r.
HFADQUARTER3 FOR COM.
U£RC IAL MEN.
t-"f" Fine and comfortable Hit* ntuuint/ (a
anil from all train*.
FIRST-GLASS LIVERY ATTACHED.
Fine Single and Double Teams altcays in
readiness fur the use of guests.
BEST ENGLISH THE ITHACA CUN
BARREL^^J^^^^_DfIMASCUS R ST££l.
Ftron*. liniih, woll haUaetxl. All h*T* Top Lomr, lx>r Hmmmm. Rohoaad. §
Rib. Solf.FUi£ati . W
Close Hard Shooting; Cuns at Long Range a Specialty.
S— ■ I L| Hrs JSOR OIIIOUI-AJt.
ITHACA CUN CO., - - ITHACA, N. Y.
LET ALL THE PEOPLE OF
Penns and Brush Valleys
that I will carry as complete and select a
STOCK OF GOODS
and will sell as CHEAP as any other store
in this region. You are cordially invited to
ITU" Under the new regime the expenses of
the establishment are greatly reduced
and I can and will give my customers
the benefit of the reduction.
D. S. KAUFFMAN.
HAKNESS & COLLARS,
WHIPS & FLYNBTTS,
any tiling 111 that liut; to be had at my simp,
AT TIIK TOI.LCJATK. NORTH OF
Hitmen mmde to ortlcr, unit repairing neatly
awl prom/tlly done.
nr Anything not on hand will Is* cheerfully
especially a<luj>t<'l for farmers' use and ail or
dinary team work. A STAPLE ARTICLE,
at pi lees to suit all purses.
A call nt my place and a trial of my Roods
will convince you iii.it | ileal fairly and eqnnrely.
J. 11. WOOMER.
| "_>KNNSVIiVAJMI A
Nest Tei in Is-glns hopieinlicr 1 ISA
Tills Institution In located in one of tin inoat
beautiful and healthful spots of tin- entire Alle
ghetiy retrain. It Is open to students of both
sexes, and offers the following Course of *tudy:
1. A Full Scientific Course of Four Years.
2. A Latin Scientific Course. „ .
3. The following ADVANCED COURBKH, of
two years eaeti, following the first two years of
the Scientific Course: (a) AGRICULTURE: (b)
N ATI' If At. IILSTOItY ; (c) CHEMISTRY AND
phiv||M> Mteivil rviil V oouirrrr:
t A short spec I At. t oUrjsK iii Agriculture.
f>. A short SPECIAL OUitsK In Chemistry,
(i A reorganized Course in MECHANIC
A ItTK, comoliiltig *hp-work with study. New
building and Muchinery
7. Anew KI'BCIAL COURhK (two years) In
Literature and science, for Young ladles
8. A Carefully ginded Preparatory Course.
9. SPECIAL COURSES are arranged to meet
the w ants of individual student*.
Military dr II is required. Fx;eti*es for hoard
and Incidentals very low. Tuillonfree. Young
ladles under charge of a competent lady Prin
For Catalogues, or other Information address
GEORGE W. ATHKKTON, I L. D.,
•7-29 Slate CoJ'ege. Ceutre Co., Pa.
SAYEKS i SCFLVLLT
HIGH GRADE, LOW PRICES.
PHAETONS AND BUGGIES.
Prices and Catalogues sent on application,
SPECIAL Inducements to large Buyers.
SAYERS & SCOVILL,