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C. HARPER, Attorney-at-Law, Bellefonte,
eo Pa. Office in Garman House. 30 28
ILLIAM I. SWOOPE, Attorney-at-Law.
Furst building, Bellefonte, Pa. 3425 1y
F. FORTNEY, Attorney-at-Law, Belle-
eo fonte, Pa. Office in Woodring’s build-
ing, north or the Court House. 14 2
M. KEICHLINE, Attorney-at-Law, Belle-
tO . fonte, Pa. Office in Garman’s new
building. with W. H. Blair. 19 40
G. LOVE, Attorney-at-Law, Belle-
Office in the rooms forntery
fonte, Pa. : e
occupied by the late W. P. Wilson.
Special attention given to the sollsdon
S D. RAY , Attorney -at-Law, Bellefonte, Pa.
claims. Office on High street.
HARSHBARGER, (Successor to Yocum
eo & Harshbarger,) Attorney -at- Law,
Bellefonte, Pa. Office on High street. 2815
D. H. HASTINGS. W. F. REEDER.
ASTINGS & REEDER, Attorneys-at-Law,
Bellefonte, Pa. Office No. 14 North Al-
legheny street. 28 13
J. L. SPANGLER. C. P. HEWES,
PANGLER & HEWES, Attorneys-at-Law, !
Consultation in English
or German. Office opp. Court House.
OHN KLINE, Attorney-at-Law, Bellefonte,
J Pa. Office on second floor of Furst's new
building, north of Court House. Can be con-
sulted in English or German. 29 31
OHN MILLS HALE, Attorney-at-Law,
Philipsburg, Pa. Collections and all other
legal business in Centre and Clearfield eoun-
ties attended to. 23 14
C. HEINLE, Attorney-at-Law, Belle-
WV. fonte, Pa. Office in Garman’s block,
opp. Court House. All professional business
il receive prompt attention. 30 16
K. HOY, M. D,, Oculist and Aurist, No.
H. 4 South Spring Street, Bellefonte, Pa.
Office hours—7 to 9 a. m.,1 to 2 and 7 to8
p. m. 32 18
D. McGIRK, M. D., Physician and Sur-
Jd. geon, Philipsburg, Pa., offers his profes-
sional services to those in need. 20 21
HIBLER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon,
o offers his professional services tothe
citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity. Office 26
N. Allegheny street. 11 23
R. J. L. SEIBERT, Physician and Sur-
eon, offers his professional services to
the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity. Office
on North High street, next door to Judge Or-
vis’ law office, opp. Court House. 29 20
R. R. L, DARTT, Homeopathic Physician
and Surgeon. Office in residence No. 61
North Allegheny street, next to Episcopal
church. Office hours—8to9a. m,1to3 and 7
to9 p. m. Telephone. 32 45
HOS. C. VAN TRIES, M. D., Physician
and Surgeon. Having located perma-
nently in Bellefonte, offers his professional
services to all citizens of the town and vicinity.
Office at residence, No. 15, north Spring street.
34 41 6m *
R. R. L. DARTT, of Bellefonte,
Pa., has the Brinkerhoff system of
Rectal treatment for the cure of Piles, Fis-
sures and other Rectal diseases. Information
furnished upon application. 3
E. WARD, GRADUATE OF BALTI-
J. MORE DENTAL COLLEGE. Office in
Crider’s Stone Bleck, High street, Belisfomte,
F. REYNOLDS & CO., Bankers, Belle-
fonte, Pa. Bills of Exchange and
Notes Discounted ; Interest paid on special de-
posits, Exchange on Eastern -eities. Deposits
O THE PUBLIC.
In consequence of the similarity of
the names of the Parker and Potter Hotels,
the proprietor of the Parker House has chang-
1 name of his hotel to
0——COAL EXCHANGE HOTEL.—o0
He has also repapered, repaieted and other-
wise improve it, and has fitted up a large and
tasty parlor and reception rodm on the first
floor. WM. PARKER,
33 17 Philipsburg, Pa.
A. A. KoHIBECKER, Proprietor.
This new and commodious Hotel, located op-
posite the depot, Milesburg, Centre county,
as been entirely refitted, refurmished and re-
plenished throughout, and is now second to
none in the county in the charaeter of accom-
modations offered the public. Its table is sup-
plied with the best the market affords, its bar
contains the purest and choicest liquors, its
stable has attentive kostlers, and every conve-
nience and comfort i extended its guests.
Az~Through travelers on the railroad will |
find this an excellewt place to lunch or procure |
a meal, as all trains stop there about 25 min- |
utes. 24 24
Having assumed the proprietorship
of this finely located and well known
hotel, I desire to inform the public that
whilelit will have mo bar, and be run
strictly asa temperance hotel, it will
furnish to its patrons all the comforts,
conveniences and hospitalities offered
by others. Its table will not be sur-
passed oy any. Its rooms are large
and comfortable. Its stabling is the
best in town, and its prices to transient
guests and regular boarders will be
The citizens of the town will find in
the basement of my hotel a
FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET
at which all kinds of Meat can be pur-
chased at the very lowest rates.
I earnestly solicit a share of the
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In the ears, sometimes a roaring,
buzzing sound, or snapping like the report of
a pistol, are caussd by catarrh, that exceed-
ingly disagreeable and very common disease.
Loss of smell or hearing also results from ca-
tarrh. Hoods Sarsaparilla, the great blood
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catarrh, which it cures by eradicating from
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“I used Hood's Sarsaparilla for catarrh, and
received great relief and benefit from it. The
catarrh was very disagreeable, especially in
the winter, causing constant discharge from
my nose, ringing noises in my ears, and pains
in the hack of my head. The effort to clear
my head in the morning by hawking and spit-
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relief immediately, while in time I was entire-
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| W., Washington, D. C.
| CURLS CATARRH
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Bellefonte, Pa., January 17, 1890.
Colonel Quay Disgusted.
Why Hus Political Mission in Louisiana
A former New Orleans carpetbagger
tells this story of Senator Quay. It was
before the Pennsylvania fine worker had
achieved the glory of buying the elec-
tion of a President of the United States.
He was pretty well known, however, as
a sleek article, and William Pitt Kel-
logg, who is now getting rich out of
Washington real estate, but who was
then Governor of Louisiana, sent all
the way to Pittsburg to ask Quay to go
down to New Orleans and help the Re-
publicans carry the election. Quay
went down. He arrived at the St.
Charles Hotel at 9 o’clock one evening
and sent a messenger to the Governor
to announce his presence. The Gover-
nor sent his private secretary over to the
hotel in a hurry. Quay saw at once
that the private secretary was a bright
chap, pretty well up on local politics,
and he asked the young man a few
“Who appoints the judges and clerks
of election in the voting precincts?”
“The electoral board,” replied the
“And who appoints
“And who canvasses the vote as re-
turned by the officers of election and
issues the certificates of election to the
successful candidates 2”
“The board of canvassers.”
“And who appoints the board of can-
“The Governor of the State ?”’
“Who is now William Kellogg ?”’
“Ah. ‘What time does the next
train leave for New York? You have
no use for me here. If with all that in
your hands you can’t carry the election,
you are the blankest set of fools on
the face of the earth. Tell the Governor
so for me, and order me a carriage
and a sleeping car for the first train out
for New York, please.”
In two hours Mr. Quay was on his
way back to the North, without having
seen Governor Kellogg or any other
man in Louisiana, except the private
secretary. But at the ensuing election
the Kellogg party was overwhelmingly
An Indian’s Stomach Capacity.
Indians are well known to be able to
go without food for a very long time,
and to possess also an astonishing capac-
ity for devouring enormous quantities of
edibles at one sitting. One of Capt.
Marcy’s men named Marino had suffered
greatly from hunger on one of his win-
On getting back to the fort he took
lodgings with a Mexican, and immedi-
ately ordered a bountiful supper, which
he devoured with exceeding gusto, and
called for more. After the second al-
lowance had been disposed of, he smoked
his pipe and related incidents of his
journey to the family until 9 o'clock,
when he began to feel hungry again and
offered the hostess two dollars if she
would cook him another supper, which
she willingly did, and he again cleared
This he thought would suffice him
till morning. Accordingly, he lay
down and went to sleep. But in the
night he awoke, and, to his surprise,
found himself again very hungry.
By this time the family were al
abed and asleep; the fire was out, and
Mariano was loth to disturb his friends ;
so for sometime he endured the crav-
ings ef appetite. Finally, not being
able to stand it any longer, he called out
tothe woman of the house that if she
would only be so kind as to get up and
cook him one more supper, he would
give her $5, and promise not to trouble
her again till morning.
This tempting offer had the desired
effect, and be ate his fourth repast,
which ashe smilingly said, in telling
the story, enabled him to worry through
the remainder of the night.
Some readers may incline to incre-
dulity, but if itis considered that Mar-
iamo was a half breed Indian, and had
been trained in their habits from infan-
cy his gastronomic feats will not appear
at all surprising.
The Acme of Valor.
The presentation of an American flag
te the grammar schools of Bangor re-
minds me of a similar occurrence which
took place in a Maine village in the
summer of ’63. A company of volun-
teers, being about to depart for the
state capital, were drawn up on the
green to receive a flag that had been
made by the patriotic members of the
local sewing circle. The village pastor
made a sensible presentation speech, and
the binner was received by the captain
of the company, who handed it to the
color-bearer, a witty Irishman, Then
facing the worthy pastor and his fair
flock, the embarrassed captain procced-
ed to acknowledge the gift, as follows ;
“Reverend sir and ladies: This
beautiful flag which I see before me
“It’s behind yez, captain,” interrupt-
ed the color-bearer.
“Which I see behind me,” amended
the blushing officer, ‘stands for some-
thing more than the emblem of a pow-
ful nation. It is beauty’s tribute to
valor, and as such it is doubly dear to
the gallant hearts around me. In
thanking you forfyour gift, ladies, we
pledge ourselves faithfully to defend it.
At the close of the campaign, those of
us who are spared will bring this flag
back to you, unless it is blown to atoms
by shots from the enemy, in which
“We'll bring thim back the pole I”
shouted the enthusiastic Irishman, to
the delight of the crowd and the relief of
the superior officer.
——A woman is never so badly in
love that she does not try to find” out
the cost of her engagement ring.
Marrying a Couple.
The late Benjamin F. Wade, of Ohio,
was, at the beginning of his career at
the bar, noted for his bashfulness ; but
another trait, his determination, enabled
him to get through his work in a way
Which, though not conventional, landed
him at his destination.
Once, while a youth, he started with a
bag of corn on ‘his shoulders to a mill
twenty miles away. It wasin Novem-
ber, and coming to a full banked river,
he discovered that the canoe was on the
other side. Throwing off his clothes,
he plunged in, gained the canoe, took it
back where the bag of ccrn was, which
he ferried across and then went on his
Another illustration of his way of do-
ing things occurred while he was jus-
tice of the peace. One day a young
couple called at his office to be married.
The presence of four or five irreverent
young men prompted the bashful justice
to suggest privately to the pair that they
had better meet him at the little hotel.
They went, and so did the justice, by
a roundabout way, only to discover that
tne boys were also there. Seeing that
he must perform the ceremony in their
presence, he. though he had forgotten
the usual formula, proceeded to business
in the most direct way.
“You wish to be married ?” he asked
“Stand up and take hands. You,”
addressing the not prepossessing groom,
“wish to marry thisyoung woman ?”’
“Of course you do!” exclaimed the
justice, glancing at the pretty bride, and
asking her, “Do you take this young
man for your husband ?”’
“Well, you are getting the worst of it,
but I say you are husband and wife.
There, boys. you see I did it !” he con-
cluded, glancing at the spectators.
The couple had to have it explained
to them that they were, in the eyes of
| the law, wedded. * Whereupon the hus-
band offered the justice a fee—the statute
made it $1.50—which, by a lofty motion
of his hand, he waved off, saying
“Nothing for a job like that !"’— Fouth’s
Is “cheap food the cheapest ?
Do diamonds and dime novels go well
Is not a secret safer with one than
with half a dozen ?
‘Which is the worst? To he worried
by fortune or misfortune ?
Is it not better to wait until the day
is done, before boasting of its achieve-
Does not he who picks a quarrel
sometimes find the sore on his person,
which the “picking” made?—Good
The Time honored Notre
‘We have had ample opportunity to
convince ourselves of the efficacy of
Salvation Oil. We cheerfully submit
our names to the public as reference.
Respectfully, Sisters of Notre Dame,
Asquith & Eager Sts., Baltimore, Md.
——An English physician has proved
that ‘left-leggedness” is consequent on
right-handedness. Standing working
with the right hand there is a tendency
to use the left leg for balance, and as the
left leg is the stronger it is more readily
brought into action. Hence troops
start with the left foot and place the left
foot into the stirrup orstep of the bicycle
in mounting. The majority of move-
ments are therefore performed more
readily to the right.
—— Perhaps no local disease has puz-
zled and baflled the medical profession
more than nasal catarrh. hile not
immediately fatal it is among the most
distressing and disgusting ills the flesh
is heir to, and the records show very few
or no cases of radical cure of chronic ca-
tarch by any of the multitude of modes
of treatment until the introduction of
Ely’s Cream Balm a few years ago. The
success of this preparation has been most
gratifying and surprising.
——Warren Hume, who stands at the
head of the hunters of the Adiron-
dacks, is now sixty years of age. He
commenced hunting when twelve, and
much of the time since has made it a
profession to hunt and trap for market.
He has killed over 4,000 deer and 500
bears, beside great numbers of wolves,
martens, otter and other fur-bearing an-
imals. Mr. Hume says his best day’s
hunting was to kill, dress and hang up
seven deer. This he has done on two
different occasions. Mr. Hume esti-
mates thére are now in the Adirondack
forests 35,000 deer and 4,000 bears.
A GREAT SURPRISE.—Is in store for
all who use Kemp's Balsam for the
Throat and Lungs, the great guaranteed
remedy. Would you believe that it is
sold on its merits and that any druggist
is authorized by the proprietor of this
wonderful remedy to give you a sample
bottle free? It never fails to cure acute
or chronic coughs. All druggists sell
Kemp's Balsam. Large Bottles 50
cents and $1. .
ORANGE PupnpING.—Put in a baking-
dish three sweet oranges peeled and
sliced ; pour over vne cupful of sugar,
one pint of milk, yelks of three eggs,
one tablespoonful of corn starch boiled
until thick. Whip the whites, pour |
over the top, and set in the oven to
Do you have dyspeptic troubles ?
Take Hood’s Sarsaparilla, which has re-
lieved thousands and will cure you.
Sold by druggists.
No OnE Erse.—Managing editor en-
ters humorist’s room. Humerist, shov-
ing ‘back his chair, says: “I was just
thinking what a great difference there is
“Yes,” the managing editor replies,
“quite a difference.”
“Now,” the humorist continues,
.“Artemus Ward used to chuckle, yes,
even laugh, over his own jokes.
of a different temperament.
laugh at my jokes.”
“Neither does any one else,” says the
Beware of Naggledom.
Men must make allowances for women
as women if they want to be happy
themselves and to make their wives hap-
py; and women must make allowance
for men as men. They each have their
own troubles and their own needs, and
often the one does not understand and
cannot understand the needs of the oth-
er. Ien have their own troubles and
worries and women have theirs ; let each
be assured of that as regards the other and
act accordingly. It will be appreciated
—don’t be afraid of that. Beware of
naggledom, my dear. The man that
will stand being naggled at is a saint,
and saints are not as plentiful as black-
berries in the world. There's male nag-
ging, my dear, as well as female—male
grumbling and never being pleased ;
and folks who expect to come out as
‘ducks’ at the end of 120 years would,
after eighty or ninety years’ nagging,
make a poor figure in a matrimonial
poultry show. If the man had been
grumbling and woman nagging all that
time they’d look like two moulting birds
and not like two well established healthy
fowls. Each to be the other's help,
each the other’s blessing; each to hope
to be with the other for ever and ever,
and so to live here that they may be fit
for being together there, — Quiver.
Is Tris WHAT A1Ls You ?—Do you
have dull heavy headache, obstruction
of the nasal passages, discharges falling
from the head into the throat, some-
times profuse, watery and acrid, and
thick, tenacious, mucous, purulent,
bloody and putrid; eyes weak, watery,
and inflamed ; ringing in the ears, deaf-
ness, hacking or coughing to clear the
throat; expectoration of offensive mat-
ter, together with scabs from ulcers;
voice changed and nasal twang ; breath
offensive ; smell and taste impaired; is
there a sensation of dizziness, with men-
tal depression, a hacking cough and
general debility? If you have all, or
any considerable number of these symp-
toms, you are suffering from Nasal
Catarrh. The more complicated your
disease has become, the greater the num-
ber and diversity of symptoms. Thous-
ands of cases annually, without mani-
festing half of the above symptoms, re-
sult in consumption, and end in the
grave. No disease is so common, more
deceptive and dangerous, or less under-
stood, or more unsuccessfully treated by
physicians. The manufacturers of Dr.
Sage’s Catarrh Remedy offer in good
faith,a reward of $500 for a case of this
disease which they cannot cure. The
Remedy is sold by druggists. at only 50
CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER CASES, —
Jones was hunting one day, when he
found himself confronted by a bear's
“I confess that I did not want to
fire,” he said to a friend in relating the
circumstance; “but if it had been a
fullgrown one there would have been a
life-and-death struggle between us.”
“So you took pity on him ?”’
“No; I put spurstomy horse and got
out of the neighborhood as soon as pos-
sible, for I knew the little rascal’s pa
and ma could not be far off.”
——“We point with Pride’ to the
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Sarsaparilla. In Lowell, Mass., where
it is prepared, there is more of Hood’s
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cines, and it has given the best of satis-
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ago. This could not be if the medicine
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liable. I ehestiiliy recommend the Rockfor
Watch. ORACE B. HORTON,
at Dighton Furnace Co.
TavNTON, Sept. 18, 1881.
The Rockford Watch runs very accurately
better than any watch I ever owned, and 1]
have had one that cost $150. Can recommend
the Rockford Watch to ever body who wishes
a fine timekeeper. 8. P. H BBARD, M. D.
This is to certify that the Rockford Watch
bought Feb. 22, 1879, has run very well the past
ear. Have set it only twice during that time,
its only variation being three minutes. It hae
run very much better than U anticipated. It
was not adjusted and only cost $20.
At the Dean street flag station, Mansfield
Mass., Feb, 21, 1880. 28 15
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