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Attorness-ut i awe
C. HARPER, Att
es Pa. Office in
ouse. 30 28
Furst build ute, Pa. 3425 1y
so y-at-Law, Belle
Ze fonte, Pa. ‘»
«north of the Cou:
5 M. KEICHLIN i, Attorney-at-Law, Belle-
fonte, Pa. tice in Garman’s new
Building. with W. H. Biair. 19 40
~“fGHN G. LOVE, Attorney-at-Law, Belle-
eo fonte, Pa. Office in the rooms formerly
occnpied by the late W Wilson. 2
D. RAY, Attorney +. Bellefonte, Pa.
Js Special attention
of claims. Office on!!! ty 2
D. H. HASTINGS. Ww. F. REEDER.
ASTINGS & RE} Lttorneys-at
1 f Bellefonte, Pa. . 14
SPANGLER. ¢. P. HEWES.
Ga! PANGLER & HEWES, Attorneys-at-Law,
Lr) Bellefonte, Pa. Consultation in English
or German. Office opp. Court House, 196
YOHN KLINE, Attorney-at-Law, Bellefonte,
Pa. Office on second floor of Furst's new
building, north of Court House. Can b con-
suited in English or German. | 1
OHN MILLS HALE, Attorney-at-Law,
Philipsburg, Pa. Coliectionsand
leval business in Centre and Clear!
tics attended to.
¥y C. HEINLE, Attorney-at-Law, Belle-
¥ o fonte, Pa. Office in arman’s block,
opp. Court House. All profes ional business
wiil receive prompt attention. 30 16
8. GLENN, M. D., Physician and Sur-
geon, State College, Centre county Pa.
Office at his residence.
Physician and Sur-
Pa., ofiers his profes-
D. McGIRK, M. D,,
« geon, Philipsburg,
sional services to those in need.
HIBLER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon,
Bs offers his professional services to the
citizens of Beliefoute and vicinity. Oftice 26
N. Allegheny street. uz
R. J. L. SEIBERT, Physician and Sur-
geon, 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
I ees =z.
- K. HOY, M. D., Oculist and Aurist, No.
Bd North High Street, Bellefonte, Pa.
Office hours—7 to 9 a. m., 1 to 2 and 7 to8
p.m. Defective vision carefully corrected.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses furnished. 3218
and Surgeon. Office in residence No. 61
h Allegheny street, next to Episcopal
Office hours—8 to 9 a. m., 1 to Sand 7
l b La R. L, DARTT, Homeopathic Physician
to9 p. m. Telephone.
Pa., has the Brinkerhoff system of
otal treatment for the cure of Piles, Fis-
DY"; R. L. DARTT, of Bellefonte,
sures and other Rectal diseases.
furnished upon application.
E. WARD, GRADUATE OF BALTI-
¢J ¢ MORE DENTAL COLLEGE. Officein
Crider’s Stone Block, High street, Bellefonte,
sors to W. F. Reynold’s & Co.) Bankers,
Bellefonte, Pa. Bills of Exchange and Notes
Discounted ; Interest paid on special de sosits,
Exchange on Eastern cities. Deposits re-
ceived. 17 36
G= L. POTTER & CO.,
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS,
Represent the best companies, and write poli-
cies in Mutual and Stock Companies at reason-
able rates. Office in Furst’s building, opp. the
Court House. 22 5
C. WEAVER, GENERAL INSURANCE
J eo Agent, Bellefonte, Pa. Policies written
in Standard Cash Compenies at lowest rates,
Indemnity against Fire, Lightning, Torn
does, Cyclone, and wind storm. Office between
Reynolds’ Bank and Garman’s Motel 21
No. 8 Bush Arcade,
Agent for the best
0—FIRE, LIFE or ACCIDENT—o
All business in his line carefully and promptly
attended to. 36 37
0 THE PUBLIC.
In consequence of the similarity of
the names of the Parker and Potter Hotels,
the proprietor of the Parker House has chang-
the name of his hotel to
0—COAL EXCHANGE HOTEL.—o
He has also repapered, repainted and other-
wise improve it, and has fitted up a large and
tasty parlor and reception room on the first
oor. WM. PARKER,
A. A. KoHLBECKER, Proprietor.
This new and commodious Hotel, located op-
posi the depot, Milesburg, Centre county,
been entirely refitted, refurnished and re-
plenished throughout, and is now second to
none in the county in the character 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 hostlers, and every conve-
nience and comfort is extended its guests.
A¥-Through travelers on the railroad will
find this an excellent place to lunch or procure
a meal, as all trains stop there about 25 min-
Having assumed the proprietorship
of this finely located and well known
hotel, I desire to inform the public that
whilelit will have no bar, and be run
strictly as a temperance hotel, it will
furnish to its patrons all the comforts
conveniences and hospitalities offere
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
83 18 GOTLEIB HAAG.
i-L.aw, Bellefonte, |
11 to the collection |
builds up the weakened system.
suffering slaves. Hood's Sarsaparilla has been
a remarkable success in curing every form of
serofula. The most severe and painful run-
ning sores, swellings in the neck or goitre,
humor in the eyes, causing partial or total
blindness, have yielded to the powerful ef-
fects of this medicine. Itthoroughly removes
every trace ‘of impurity from the blood and
All who suf-
fer from scrofula should certainly give
Hood's Sarsaparilla a fair trial.
THE WORST TYPE.
“My son was afflicted with the worst type of
serofula, and on the recommendation of my
druggist I gave him Hood's Sarsaparilla. To-
day he is soitnd and well, notwithstanding it
was said there was not enough medicine in
Illinois to effect a cure.” J. CHRISTIAN, Ii-
ABSCESS ON THE NECK
“My daughter had an abscess on the neck
for five or six years, being all the time under
care of physicians withcut any preceptible
relief. Hood's Sarsaparilla was then r&om-
mended to me for her, and it has entirely
cured her.” S. THOMPSON, Hazlewood,
N. B. Ifyou decide, from what you have
heard or read, that you will take Hood’s Sar-
saparilla, do not be induced to buy anything
Sold by all druggists. $1; six for $5, Prepar
ed only by C. I. HOOD & Co., Lowell, Mass.
100 DOSES ONE DOLLAR.
C C A S37 0 RB 1 A:
C A ST ORT A
Cc A ££ Th0o BR I A |
32 14 2y nr
LORAPLEXION—Is an absolute,
and permanent cure for Sick Head
ache, Biliousness, Constipation, Nervous De-
bility, Bright's Disease, Diabetesand Consump-
tion. It goes to the very root of all diseases
caused by an impure state of the blood.
is a highly concentrated and powerful extract
of the most valuable and expensive herbs
known to medical science, prepared from the
prescription of a noted English physician, and
cures when all others tail . Thousands of the
highest and stongest testimonials from grate-
ful patients can be shown. The first dose in-
spires you with confidence.—Go to your drug-
gist, purchase a bottle, and be cured.—Valu-
able book sent free to all. Address,
Sold by W. E. Keplinger & Co.
and Retail Druggists.
FRANKLIN HART, Warren St.,, New York.
Book free on application.
Address, 7 Laight S8t.,, NEW YORK CITY.
35 2 1y. n.r.
—SPEEDY RELIEF. —
“Sure cure for Cramps, Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Sore Throat, ete.
0—BLACKBERRY CORDIAL. —o
A regulator of stomach and bowels. A sure
cure for disintery, cholera-infantum, summer
complaint, ete. For sale by all Druggists.
35 22 6m
ITS STOPPED FREE.—Marvel-
ous success. Insane personsrestored.
Dr. Kline's Great Nerve Restorer for all brain
and nerve diseases. Only sure cure for nerve
affections. Fits, Epilepsy, etc. Infallible if
taken as directed. No fits after first day’s use.
Treatise and $2 trial bottle free to fit patients,
they paying express charges on box when re-
ceived. Send name, P. O. and express ad-
dress of afflicted to Dr. Kline, 931 Arch St.,
Philadelphia, Pa. See Drugglsts. Beware of
imitating frauds. 35-21-1y
ENUINEUH NGARIAN ME.
(SWEET AND Dry)
Direct from the Grower,
Erpo-BEnYE, Tokay, HUNGARY,
ERN. STEIN'S TOKAY WINES
have a wide European reputation as fine, agree-
able Wines of delightful bouquet, ripe and
rich color, and as appetizing and stengthening
tonics ; they are peculiarly suitable for lunch-
eon wines, for ladies, and for medicinal use.
SUB AGENTS WANTED.
Write for sample case containing one dozen
full pint bottles selected of four different quali-
ties of these Tokay wines at $10.
Old Cotton Exchange, N. Y.
We GUARANTEE TO CURE eyery case of
Asthma, Bronchitis, Catarrh and female dis-
ease, WHERE ANY SPECIALIST HAS FAILED. We
can treat you by mail. Our terms are lower
than any and we TAKE SMALL WEEKLY PAYMENTS.
Send for particulars.
218 W. 9th St.
Letters of administration on the es-
tate of Jesse Klinger, deceased, late of Belle-
fonte, having been granted tothe undersigned,
he requests all Jpeisons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate to make immediate
payment. and those having chaims against the
same to present them duly authenticated for
settlement. JOHN M. KEICHLINE,
85 40 6t Administrator,
enough air into their houses.
We are glad to note the improvement of J
T. MeCormick’s family.
Mrs. Cyrus T. Goss spent a week with her
mother much improved in health,
Our talented musical friend, Prof. J. Weaver,
is about closing a term of musical instructions
which will likely end in a concert. All lovers
of music should attend.
Prof. Philip Meyer has organized a class of
fifty scholars that he meets for musical in-
struction each Wednesday evening in the
Rev. Geo. Eliott hfs recently announced to
his people that he would hold service during
the winter season morning and evening every
Mr. John Dennis Dannley, of Medina, Ohio,
is with his wife visiting his parents in our
town, John is dyed in the McKinley blood,
which is not by any means in accord with his
A Union Musical Convention will be held in
the Lutheran church in this place beginning
onthe 15th of Dec. We are informed that a
goodly number of, talented musicians from a
distance will be present. All lovers of music
should avail themselves of this opportunity
and enjoy a social good time for a week. Ben-
efits for the church.
No Wolf whisky in our precinct. Tuesday's
election was an unusully quiet one and
Ferguson’s tally will show a large vote cast.
The venable Samuel Hess unaccompanied by
any one drove to the polls and cast his ballot
for clean politicsand honest government, this
being his seventieth election. The venerable
Benj. Corl was also able to get to the polls:
His first ballot was cast for old Hickory, to
which faith he has been true.
Mr. William Johnson died at his home in
Shaversereek Valley on the 25 inst, of that fa-
tal disease, consumption. While a clerk in
Hess and Erb’s store in our town he won many
warm friends. While just in the prime of
young manhood his dying bed was surrounded
by his family to whom he gave in detail his
burial services even the reading of the chapter
and text for his funeral discourse.
TrialList for November Term.
Louisa Bush vs F. D. Cuanningnam.
R. B. Weaver vs J. A. Cooper.
William Walker vs Geo B Weaver.
Sand A Loeb vs John W Cooke.
Rebecca Walter vs G W Smeltzer.
Githens, Rexamer & Co vs Sechler & Co.
EP Jones vs FP Blair's adm’rs.
Grenoble Store Co vs Green Decker.
Mary A Barrvs H H Montgomery.
Covnrad Immmel vs Beech 'r and Sober.
Samuel Frank and Son vs Henry Bower.
Jas A Ott executor,vs John and Mary Snyder.
I'rial list for the secend week, December 1,
Mattie Holt vs Boston Viedofer.
A C Hopkins vs A Moyer.
John and Mathias McCloskey vs D B Kunes
and James Poorman.
Edmonson and Perrin vs
J M Myers,
John L Kurtz vs E R Chambers.
Com use of Mr Allison Jr vs J E Harper et al.
Frank McLaughlin vs Centre Mining Com-
D G Kessler vs Silas Blowers et al.
Lehigh Valley Coal Co vs G W Hoover.
Lehigh Valley Coal Co vs Hoover, Hughes
D H Meek vs Robert Cooke, Jr.
Lehigh Valley Coal Co vs Patrick Ward, Jr,
Isaac E Levey vs Robert Cooke, Jr,
Frank McCoy et al vs John Kelly.
Clearfield Bituminous .oal Corporations vs
A T Lucas et'al.
James W M Newlin vs Spangler and Fortney.
Dr WC Grove v& Abram . aum.
Si snonle use of A B MeNitt vs Daniel Ken-
Hipple and Viedofer ve Dr M Stewart.
Millheim B and L Association vs Andrew
F P Blair vs Bellefonte Furnaec Co et al.
ron use of Wm. Whitmer vs Jerry I. Hoy
French Influence in Silver.
“We still owe much to French influ-
ence,’ remarked a member of the firm
of Baily, Banks and Biddle, of Philadel
phia the other day, “in designing silver-
ware. This is particularly observable
in the styles of forks and spoons, which
are now made in extremely pretty pat-
terns. The art of the French has been ad-
mitted for centuries having succeeded in
a large measure to the patronage of the
The modern school of painting and
some of the most artistic designs for va-
rious articles of ornament owe their be-
ing to the Gallic influence spoken of.
The American school of design, how-
ever, will soon be an established fact,
for we are slowly but sursly approach-
ing the time when the most originality
and freshest conceptions will be found to
issue from Americans.
——Theory and Practice—Doctor (to
brother physician) —¢Yes, gentlemen,
the sovereign remedy forall ills is fresh
air and plenty of it. People do not let
must hurry. Tam on an errand.
Brother physician—Going far ?
No, only down to the hardware store
to zet a half mile of weather stripping.
Good News. ,
——The average life of a rabbit is put
at nine years. The doe may have
young eight times a year, averaging
eight each time. The first litter is pro-
duced when but four months old. The
progressions based on these figures lead to
astonishing resuits. For three years the
possible progeny of two rabits has been
calculated at over 13,000,000, and for
seve. years at 1,500,000,000.
——Fully three-fourths of the babies
of the world go naked until they get to
be five or six years old. The Canadian
Indians keep their babies naked to a cer-
tain point, and as for the little Coreans,
they never wear anything but a short
skirt until they are as old as our school
~——1It has been well said that no one
ever sank under the burden of theday.
It is when to-morrow’s burden is added
that the weight seems more than man
can bear. God begs you to leave the fu-
ture to him and meet the present.
——Fashionable entertainments have
been enormusly extravagant in Lon-
don this season. Several have cost
between $30,000 and $40,000. The
flowers for a bachelor party cost $5.000.
ern Idaho are likely to remain in ware-
houses several months before they can
be hauled away,” said James Albright,
of Sprague, Wash., who has just arrived
in this city.
“What is the matter ?”’ he was asked.
“A great scarcity of cars, rendering it
impossible to move the grain. The
wheat yield this year has been immense,
especially in the Pelease country, the
Big Bend, En pire, Indian prairie and
Potash region. In the Pelouse valley
alone the yield is estimated at 10,000,
the other localities named will easily
aggregate 7,000,000 bushels, making a
total of 17,090,000, bushels for that
region alone. Some of 1t, say one-fifth,
will be consumed in Washington, and
the remaining 13,000,000 bushels will
“Estimating that each car will hold
on an average 39,000 pounds, upward of
27,000 cars will be needed to export
this grain. A train will average fifteen
cars, so that 800 trains will be necessary
to haul the grain produce alone out of
the country to market. Now, both the
Northern and the Union Pacific rail-
roads are already taxed to their utmost
capacity. Calls are daily
many stations for cars, which cannot be
supplied. In Spokane the yards are al-
most bare of empty cars, and the same
is true of other railroad centers.
“Many capitalists are building large
elevators in consequence. It will be a
good investment, for the full acreage
has by no means been reached in the
Pelouse country. In addition to the
grain crop, the fruit yield throughout
Washington this year has been extraor-
dinary. Thousands of bushels of plums
and peaches were raised. Much of it
was shipped east, bnt the shipping of
fruit is nearly over. The hop crop is
American Pork Sized in Germany.
BEeRrLIN, November 2.—Ten thousand
kilos of American pork, unlawfully im-
ported into Germany by way of Holland,
have been confiscated at the custom
houses in Emerich and Aix-La-Chap-
elle, and |will be condemned after
being soaked in kerosene, to make them
unsalable and unfit for consumption.
This is done in spite ot tha glaring fact
that hundreds of thousands of the poor
in this country are unable to buy meat
on account of the existing high prices.
This question is becoming of vital im-
made from |
Centre county on Wednesday, the 26th day of
November, A. D., 1890, for allowance and con-
1. The first and final account of Albert
Schenck and John Schenck, administrators of
&e., of E. Irwin Schenck, late of Liberty town-
2. The first and final account of C.T.Gram-
ley, administrator of &ec., of W.L. Klinefelter,
late of Miles township deceased.
3. The account of Wm. J. Thompson, admin-
istrator of &e., of Jacob Royer, late. of Potter
4. The account of Reuben Grimm, guardian
of &c., of Edwin R.and Elizabeth Burket,heirs
of Elizabeta E. Burket, deceased.
5. The account of T. S. Bricker, executor of
&e., of William Stover, iate of Union township,
The combined output of | deceased.
6. The account of H. Y. Stitzer, guardian of
&e., of Edwin O. and Willie Struble, minor
children of Jared Struble, deceased
7. The account of Julia A. Deininger, execu-
trix of &c., of B.O. Deininger, late of Millheim,
8. The first and final aceount of Joseph Hoy,
guardian of J. Calvin Krepps, minor child of
David Krepps, late of Ferguson township,
9. The firstand final account of Wm. H. and
J. F. Miller, executors of &c., of Fanny Reish,
late of Marion township, deceased.
10. The final account of Daniel Ripka, exe’
cutor of &e., of Catherine Gentzel, lateo
Gregg township, deceased.
11. The first and final account of Allen C.
Brickley, administrator of «c¢., of Samuel C*
Brickley, late of Curtin township, deceased.
12. The first and final account of George B.
| Haines, administrator of &e.. of Jacob Burket,
portance in this country, and is likely to |
lead to important consequences even in |
the domain of politics.
Bavaria, Saxony, Baden and Wurtem
burg, which together command the same
number of votes as Prussia in the Bun-
desrath, have combined to sanction the
importation of Austraian and Russian |
meat as soon as the Parliamentary ses- |
sion opens. This action on their part is
likely to compel the resignation of the
Minister of Agriculture, Herr Lucius, in
view of his notorious alliance with the
partisans of a high tariff on meat and
——That tickling in your throat,
iate of Miles township, deceased.
13. The first and flnal account of P. W.
Barnhart, executor of &e., of Jane W. Nyman,
late of Boggs township, deceased.
14. The first partial account of James S. Mar-
tin, executor of the last will and testament of
Andrew Martin, late of Marion towaship, de-
15. The first and final account of P. F. Bot-
torf,administration of &ec., of Abraham Martz,
Tate of Harris township, deceased.
16. The first and partial account of J. L-
Runkle, administrator of &e., of Michael Run-
kle, late of Ballefonte Boro., deceased.
17. The first and partial account of Frank P:
Blair, one of the administrators of &e., of Gen*
Wm. H. Blair, late of Bellefonte Borough, de-
18. The separate account of Geo. R, Baker,
one of the executors of &e., of Joseph Baker,
late of College township, deceased.
19. The final account of John G. Love, ad-
ministrator of &e., of James T. Hale, deceased.
20. The first and final account of Josephine
Williams, surviving administratrix of &e., of
Joseph F. Willams, late of Huston township,
deceased. JOHN A. RUPP,
Pure Malt Whisky.
¢ ull wasting diseases can be
iNTIRELY CURED BY IT.
Malaria is completely eradicated from he
! system by its use.
which makes you cough once in a while |
and keeps you constantly clearing your
throat, arises from catarrh, and as ca-
tarrh is a constitutional disease the or-
dinary cough medicines ail fail to hit
the spot. What you need isa constitu-
tional remedy like Hoods Sarsaparilla.
Many people who have taken this medi-
cine for scrofula, dyspepsia, loss ot ap-
petite, and other troubles, have been sur-
prised that it should cure this trouble-
some cough. But to know the actual
cause of the cough is to solve the mys-
tery. Many cases of consumption have
been traced back to the neglect of some
such slight affection as this. Consump-
tion can be controlled in its early stages,
and the effect of Hood’s Sarsaparilla in
purifying the blood, building up the
general health, and expelling the scrofu-
lous taint which is the cause of catarrh
and consumption, has restored to perfect
health many persons on whom this
Grosam disease seemed to have a firm
SuorTER HOURS FOR MOTHER,—
With so much talk about shorter hours
forthe working man wouldn’t it be a
good idea 1f sume of the brilliant intel-
lects of this country were as anxious to
find some way to shorten the day for the
working mother ? A strong man may
think he has worked long enough when
he has labored only eight hours, and
doubtless he has, but his hard worked
wife, the mother of his children, often
works nearer eighteen. A little mare
sympathy for the mother of a family
with less for the father, if there isn’t
enough for both, seerus quite pertinent.
——Ignorant attempts to supply a
substitute for mother’s milk are often at-
tended with ill effects ; a suitable food
given judiciously will always give sat-
isfaction. Mellin’s Food is now thor-
oughly established as the best nutriment
for infants. Its good affects are witness-
ed in the robus: health of thousands of
childyen who have been reared upon it.
7 ~ enm—
A wonderful flower has been dis-
covered in the Isthumus of Tehuantepee-
Its chief peculiarity is the habit of
changing its colors during the day. In
the morning it is white ; when the sun
is at 1ts zenith it is red, and at night it
is blue. The red, white and blue flower
grows on a tree about the size of a guaya
tree, and only at noon does it give out
“There was an old man of Teba-
go, lived on rice, gruel, and sago.” he
had headacheso bad, After he used a
bottle of Salvation Oil, he could eat
roast beefand plum pudding all right.
In connection with the present
uneasiness over the Indians out West,
the man of the future is to be envied,
Scientists tell us that he is to be bald,
and that the redskins as a race will die
out about the same time. Thus when
the Caucasian race can reasonably feel
like defying the savage, there won’t be
any to defy.
revives the energies of those worn with exces-
sive bodily or mental effort. It acts as a SAFE
GUARD against exposure in the wet and rigo-
Take part of a wineglassful on your arrival
home after the labors of the day and the same
quantity before your breakfast. Being chemi-
cally pure, it commends itself to the medica.
WATCH THE LABEL.
None genuine unless bearing the signature
of the a on the label. 2 goa
M. & J. 8. PERRINE,
3136 1y 38 N. Third St., Philadelphia.
F C. RICHARD,
o—JEWELER and OPTICIAN,—
And dealer in
Special attention given to the Making and
Repairing of Watches.
IMPORTANT—If you cannot read this prim
distinctly by lamp or gaslight in the evening,
at a distance of ten Inches, your eyesight is
failing, no matter what your age, and your eyes
need ein Your sight can be improved and
Prosene if properly corrected. It is a wron
dea that spectacles should be dispensed with
as long as possible. If they assist the visior,
use them. There is no danger of seeing to
well, so long as the print is not magnified ; it
should look natural size, but plain and dis-
tinet. Don’t fail to call and have Jour eyes
tested by King’s New System, and fitted with
Combination spectacles. They will correct and
preserve the sight. For sale by
! F. C. RICHARD,
2749 42 High St., opp. Arcade, Bellefonte,
Flour, Feed, &c.
(5-BRBERICH, HALE & CO.,
= Manufacturers of -:-
And Dealers in
0—ALL KINDS OF GRAIN.—o
A¥~The highest market price paid for
resseines WHEAT cosines BY Ereeirines
sins ANDerin OATS, Leese
Tran sem - - m=
| Medical. | ee , Big Crop Out There. New Advertisements, Carriages.
> ETT Denrocealic aly Eight Hundred Trainst Needed to
$8 FROPILA l > Transport Washington's Farms NosghmTi Dacamer © BARGAINS
tomar nak seal pi) eioits, Par Nowsmbent 16,1599. Weg nen ee
fo it Sie area a 2a | Pint Grave Mentions. ry ya he hE | and wi bo presented o the Orvians Couriof | © CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, o
at the old Carriage stand of
McQUISTION & CO.,——
NO. 10 SMITH STREET
adjoining the freight depe
We have on hand and for sale the
best assortment of Carri. ges, Buggies,
and Spring Wagons we have ever had
We have Dexter, Brewster, Eliptic,
and Thomas Coil Springs, with riauo
and Whitechapel bodies, and cangive
you a choice of the .iferest patterns of
wheels. Our work is the best made in
this section, made by good workmen
and of good material. We claim to be
the only party manufacturing in town
who ever served an apprenticeship to
the business. Along with that we have
had forty years’ experience in the busi-
ness, which certainly should give us
the advantage over inexperienced par-
In price we defy competition, as we
have no Pedlers, Clerks or Rents to
pay. We pay cash for all our goods,
thereby securing them at the lowest
figures and discounts. We are veter-
mined not to be undersold, either in
our own make or manufactured work
from other places; so give us a call for
Surries, Phaetons, Buggies, Spring
Wagons, Buckboards, or anything else
in our line, and we will accommodate
We are prepared to do all kinds of
on short notice. Painting, Trimming,
Woodwork and Smithing. We guaran-
tee all work to be just as represented,
so give us a call before Dareyseing
elsewhere. Don’t miss the place—
alongside of the freight depot.
34 15 S. A. McQUISTION & CO.
THE OLDEST HARNESS HOUSE
Over 18 years in the same spot—no
change of firm—no fires—no going back,
but continued and steady progress. This
is an advanced age. People demand more
for their money than ever before. We are
up to the times with the largest and best
assortment of everything that is to be
found in a FIRST-CLASS HARNESS
STORE, and we defy competition, either
in quality, quantic, or prices. NO SEL-
ING OUT FOR TH <« WANT OF TRADE.
VO COMPANY— NO PARTNERS — NO
ONE TO DIVIDE PROFITS WITH BUT
MY CUSTOMERS. [am better prepared,
this year, to give you more for your nionoy
than ever before. Last year and this year
have found me at times not able to fill m
orders. The above facts are worth consid-
ering, for they are evidence of merit and
fair dealing. There is nothing so success
and this is what hurts some. See my
large stock of Single and Double Harn ©sg,
Whips, Tweed Dusters, Horse Sheets, Col-
lars and Sweat Pads, Riding Saddles,
Ladies’ Side Saddles, very low: Fly-Nets
from $3 a pair and upwards. Axle, Coach
and Harness Oils, Saddlery Hardware and
Harness Leather SOLD AT THE LOW-
EST PRICES to the trade. Harnessmak-
ers in the country will find it to their ad-
vantage to get my prices before purchas-
ing hardware elsewhere. I am better pre-
pared this year than ever to fill orders
Spring street, Bellefonte, Pa.
—CONKLIN WAGONS, —
A large stock always on land. .he favorite
(0) CHAMPION WAG ONj(o)
A wonderful invention to save horses om
SOUTH BEND CHILLED PLOWS
The South Bend is so well established as be
ing the best Chilled plow, that it needs
no commendation from us. The
different suction Shares D, S.
P. S.. and S. S. are made es-
pecially for plowing all
kinds of Pennsyl-
(0)— THE ROLLAND CHILLED —(0)
is far ahead
of any other
bevel land side plow
in point of workman-
shipand dura bility-
Shares furnished for plowing
soft, hard or gravelly soil.
No better or lighter rvnning plow
ever manufactured. Easy on man and horses.
—SPRING TOOTH HARROWS.—
Steel frame spring tooth harrows’in which we
defy competition in make and price.
SEEDS—Farm and Garden Seeds a specialty
McCALMONT & o.}
Robt. MeCalmont. } Business Managers.
35 4 1y
J S. WAITE & CO.,
* BELLEFONTE, PA.
We do not claim to be finished mechanics;
but we simply say to our customers and com_
petitors that we use better stock and employ
none but good mechanics to manufacture our
fine line of
CARRIAGES, o BUGGIES, o SUR-
REYS & SPRING WAGONS.
The best proof is that we find ready sale for
our new goods, which some of our competitoss
do not. A second carload of celebrated Conk-
lin Wagons now on hand, and the large
Fron af Implements ever brought to Belle,
We are glad to have Farmers call any time te
examine these gotds, and if you find it will be
an advantage to deal with us we will be ready
and willing to pror.ptly replace any defective
arts, as we fully guarantee all goods sold and
andled by us.
We make a specialty of Repairs and Repair
Work on all kinds of Buggies and Wagons.