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Chauncy Black in a New Role. ‘The Rochester Clothing House. Your Last Chance. New Advertisements. New Advertisements.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.—Ex-Licuten- The great closing outsale at the ——————— |
ant Governor Black arrived here yester-
day. He will have charge of the politi-
cal work for the New York World dur-
ing the present sessicn of Congress.
Pine Grove Mentions.
Rev. Kelley will preach his farewell sermon
County Superintendent Etters reports our
schools in good condition.
Sleighing is elegant and merry jingling bells
fill he air with “sleigh-bell music.”
The posters are up for a musical convention
commencing on the 15th, in the Lutheran
Mrs. Kanode, of Alexandria, spent a pleasant
week at the cosy home of her son-in-law, W.
J. Meyer, on Mount street.
D. W. Miller and wife are representing Cen-
tre Grange, No. 254, at the State Grange at
Harrisburg this week.
Mr. D. G. Meek will make sale of his entire
blooded stock and farm implements and retire
from the arduous duties of an active farmer.
A Union Convention condncted by Prof.
Philip Meyer,,will be held in the M. E. church
beginning January 12th, to continue the whole
The pleasant and obliging clerk in Erb’s
store, is well pleased with himself on the ar-
rival of his wife and baby, from Wi sconsin, on
Saturday evening last.
One of the pleasantest social parties of the
s2ason was the one at the hospitable home of
- D. W. Miller, at which a goodly number of our
folks indulged in a royal good time.
We gladly note the recoveay of John T. Me-
Cormick’s family from a prolonged spell of
‘sickness, under the medical treatment of Dr.
Glenn. John T. is busily engaged in arranging
matters previous to his taking his departure
for the State legislative halls, after which his
name will be graced as Hon. J. T. McCor-
Owing to our town having already three con-
ventions billed in the next six weeks, besides
the Holiday Bazar, which will make our town
unusually thronged, we want to say right here
in the midst of royal good sleighing,now is the
time,boys, to secure a first-class sleigh at Mey-
er’sshop and take your best girl to the con-
Mr. N. L. Musser, a former Centre county
boy, but now a prominent attorney of Missouri,
arrived at the home of his father, Mr. Jona-
than Musser, accompanied by his bride. A
number of old friends and relatives received
them, and the usual fes:st of good things was
indulged in. They expect to remain during
their honeymoon amongst relatives and
friends in Centre county.
8 TIP RAN WS AAS SOY A
Frem~¢, Pa., Dec.2 nd, 1890.
Report of Belle Grove School for the month
ending Nov. 23th :
Whole No. of males enrolled, 19, females, 24 ;
average attendance, males, 16, females 18.
Names of pupils who were present every day :
Julia Ammerman, Gatha Ammerman, Amanda
Delp, Carrie Hall, Charlie Amm erman, Carl
Ammerman, Gilbert Parsons, and Jessie Hall.
Names of pupils who were absent only one
day: Jennie Bennett, Mary Shipley, Sudie
Shipley, Betsey Hall, Eli Hall, James, Harry
and Samuel Stere, James Bowmaster.
Names of those whose class recitations and
generalaverage for the month have been such
as to give them a place on the Roll of
Honor: Julia Keatley, Mary and Sadie Ship-
ley, Mary Ammerman, Jennie Bennett, Gatha
Ammerman, Amanda Dalp, Sallie and Emma
Hosband, Emily Hall, Maud Calhoun, Carrie
and Betsey Hall, Mattie Sensor, Ella Bowmas
ter, Eli Hall, John Loughry, Wilbur Erhard,
Carl Ammerman and James and Harry Stere.
During the month Julia Keatley and Eli
Hall, of the advanced spelling class, spelt over
six hundred words without a single mistake.
The average of our school for the month has
been very low owing to the prevalence of sore
Parents use your influence, and give us your
help that we may have a more regular atten-
One of our patrons, Mr.JAaron Hall, has been
sadly afflicted in the loss of his daughter
Sarah, by sore throat, on the 23th ult. Sarah
bagan school the first day of the term and up
to the time she left school, on account of the
sickness of her brother, had not missed one
day. She was an obedient and studious child
of a lovable dlsposition and had a host o
friends among her playmates, who look with
sadness upon her vacant seat. While we are
saddened by her sudden death let us remem-
ber “That of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.”
To the family we offer our sympathy in this
their hour of bereavement.
A. CURTIN THOMPSON,
Tribute of Respect.
Whereas it has pleased our Heavenly
Father to take from among us our well belov-
ed brother, J. E. Smith, of Bald Eagle Lodge,
No. 410,1. 0. O. F.
Whereas in this dispensation; we have
lost a member who was always regular, earn-
est and conscientious in the discharge of his
duties in the lodge, and by his cheerful dispo-
sition and warm hearted interest in his fellow
brothers greatly endeared him to all associated
with him, Therefore,
Resolved, That while we mourn his loss we
will ci erish a lively recollection of his virtues,
and humbly submit to the will of Him who
doeth all things well.
That we desire to assure Mrs. Smith and
family of our heartfelt sympathy in their be-
reavement, and hereby tender our services
and assistance in any way which may serve
their interest and welfare.
That, as a token of our respect and esteem
for our deceased brother, each member wear
the usual badge of mourning and our hall be
draped for thirty days.
That we furnish the family of our deceased
brother with a copy of these resolutions and
have the same published in the Bellefonte
JrDars and also recorded in the minutes of the
L. T. EDDY,
+ GEO. TAYLOR, > Committee.
STRAY BULL-—Came to the resi
dence of the subscriber, in Howard
borough, in October, a small, black and white
spotted bull, supposed to be about 1 year old.
Straight notch in point of each ear, and stubby
tail. The owner is requested to prove proper-
ty, pay charges and take him away, otherwise
he will be disposed of as the law directs.
35 49 3t. THOMAS BUTLER.
Letters of administration on the es-
tate of Samuel Woodring, decd, late of Worth
Twp., having been granted to the undersigned
he requests all persons knowing themselves
indebted to said estate to make immediate
payment. and those having chaims against the
same to present them duly authenticated for
settlement. DANIEL WOODRING,
35 49 ot Administrator,
Prax truths) ——u
== FROM ‘THE —-
CLOTHING HOUSE! !
“YOU CAN FOOL SOME CF THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME; ALL THE PEOPLE
SOME OF THE TIME, BUT YOU CAN'T FOOL ALL THE PEOPLE ALL THE TIME.”
The above words, uttered by one of the greatest men the world
ever saw, are particularly true when applied to the manner in which
some of the cnr in Bellefonte are attempting to do business.
On one line you will see large “Closing Out Sale” advertised ; on
another, “All Goods to be Sold at Cost,” and on down further you
will see suits advertised for “$9, formerly $18.” Now Just stop
for a moment, look at it carefully ; an $18 suit for $9 5 was this
business legitimate ? or is it legitimate now 2 Is the man treating
you right when he charges you $18 for a suit that cost him only $92
You will say at once, no. If he abused your confidence once, will he
not do so again ? Read this carefully, consider well whether it is to
your interest to buy your goods from a man who has treated you
| squarely and honestly in the past, and who, intending to remain in |
the same business and in the same place, has his own interests to
protect by treating you the same in the future.
If you need anything in the clothing line, give me a call and I
will promise you good, honest value for your money.
35 39tf 0
100 CENTS WORTH OF GOODS FOR $1.
SRK he RT ——
— THE ROCHESTER CLOTHING HOUSE. be
Reynold’s Bank Building. Proprietor.
Union Clothing store still goes on with
wonderful success. |As the stock di-
minishes the bargains increase; prices
lower than ever. We have only four
more weeks to stay and in order to close
out the balance of our stock, we offer
still greater inducements then ever be-
It is to your advantage to come and
secure anything you need in our line
before it is too late. Remember we are
the originators of low prices and as soon
as we move you will have to pay full
price for goods you can buy of us now
for one half their actual value. Will
you be there ? Some body will.
UNION CLOTHING STORE, the
original closing out sale.
Brockerhoff House Block,
35-40-3mm Bellefonte, Pa.
EW RAPID SHORTHAND.—
By mail. First lessons free. Easy,
hapid & Legible. Success certain. Address
F. M. ALLEN,
35-41-6m Williamsport, Pa.
I= SALE NEW SAW MILL
used very little; Price only $1200.
Will give part on payments if properly secured
by a real estate owner; Reason for selling, I
am going to West Virginia. If I cannot sell in
two or three weeks I will likely ship it to
West Virginia. Can be seen running now.
Have also a new Esty organ for sale.
Swengel, Union Co., Pa.
HEAP COW, CATTLE AND
COTTON SEED MEAL.
PRATTS’ FOOD FOR CATTLE & HORSES.
The bestand lowest priced food for cattle and
Owing to the high price of Corn and Oats,
Cotton and Linseed Meal cost less per hundred
pounds than mixed chop; notwithstanding
that, it has been demonstrated by W. C. Patter-
son, Supt. at the State College farm that one
pound of Cotton Seed Meai is worth as much
as two pounds of Corn meal, and Linseed Meal is
worth as much a, Cotton Seed Meal for feeding
stock—One pound of Cotton Seed Meal, one
pound of Gluten or Corr. Mealand four pounds
of Wheat Bran make a most excellent feed for
milk cows ; and one handful of Linseed Meal
fed to horses and mules twice a day, promotes
digestion and prevents colic and other sick-
ness and makes them sleek in their coat.
We have recently sold W. C. Patterson, Supt.
of the State College farm, for feeding pur-
poses, 614 tons of Cotton Seed Meal and we are
quite sure that he would not buy it in such | R,
large quantities, unless the use of it proved to
be profitable; therefore, we can recommend it
for feeding stock, with the full assurance, that
we are furnishing more value for the money
OTICE IN DIVORCE.—Charles
H. Smith vs. Sallie Smith, In the
court of Common Pleas of Centre connty.
Supoena in Divorce. The undersigned, a
commissioner appointed by said court to take
testimony in the above stated case and report
the same to court, will attend to the duties of
his Apo ment at his office in Bellefonte on
Monday, the 29th day of December, 1890, at
10 o’clack a, m. when and where all parties in
interest can attend it they so desire.
H. H. HARSHBERGER,
48 35 3t. Commission.
the coming year will be noteworthy
fora number of special features which the
Publishers believe are of very unusual inter-
est, and among them the following may be
SIR EDWIN ARNOLD
contributes to the December number the first
of a series of four Artilces upon Japan, its peo-
ple, its ways, and its thoughts. Mr. Robert
Blum, who was commissioned to go to Japan
for Scribner’s Magazine, has prepared a very
remarkable series of drawings to illustrate
Sir Edwin’s papers. Articles upon the recent
Japanese Festival will follow, illustrated by
HENRY M, STANLEY
has prepared for the January number an im-
portant article upon “The Pigmies of the Great
African Forest.” ~ Another contribufion in this
field will be Mr. J. Scott Keltie’s account of
the recent African Exhibition held in London.
Both papers will be amply illustrated.
a Serial Novel by Robert Louis Stevenson and
Lloyd Osbourne, will run through a large part
of the year. Illustrated by Hole, A two-part
story by Frank R. Stockton will also appear.
PROF. JAMES BRYCE, M. P,
author of “The American Commonwealth,”
will write a series of Four Articles upon India,
embodying the results of his recent journey
and studies on this land of never-ending in-
will be the subject of an important series some-
what upon the lines of the successful Railroad
Articles. “Passenger Travel,” “The Life of Of-
Jicers and Men,” ‘Speed and Safety Devices,”
and “Management,” “are some of the subjects
touched upon and illustrated.
GREAT STREETS OF THE WORLD
is the title ofa novel collection of articles on
which the author and artist will collaborate to
give the characteristics of famous thorough-
fares. The first, on Broadway, will be written
by Richard Harding Davis, and illustrated by
Arthur B. Frost. Others will follow on Picca-
dilly, London; Boulevard, Paris; The Corso,
The price of Seribner’s Magazine admits
of adding a subscription to one’s other
reading at very small cost. Or-
oe ved than is offered in any other class of
We have a large stock of this feed on hand,
and are prepared to furnish it in large or small
quantities at the lowest price.
Orders left at our office in the Hale building,
ders should be sent at once.
$3.00 A YEAR. 25 CENTS A NUMBER
Bellefonte, Pa., will receive prompt attention. | CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, Publishers
3548 3m McCALMONT & CO.
35-46 743-745 Broadway, New York,
A BIG CUT!!!
| THE KNIFE PUT INTO PRICES! ! |
Owing to a contemplated change in my business, I offer
ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS AT
“GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
MENS SUITS REDUCED FROM $1800 TO $1200
“ “« “
“$1400 TO $1000
MEN'S SUITS AT $3.50, $.400, $5.00 $5.00, $8.00
BOY'S SUITS AT $3.00, §3,50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 $3.00
CHILDRENS SUITS AT $1.25, 1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.50, 3.00 AND UPWARDS
A genuine reduction from 25 to 40 per
cent on our former prices.
AT CORRESPONDINGLY LOW REDUCED
TRUNKS, AND VALISES,
A CALL WILL CONVINCE YOU THAT ALL I ADVERTISE 1S TRUE.
( Ear DISPLAY
Dolls, plush cases, toilet cases,
smoking sets, cuff and collar
sets, albums, manicure sets,
and comb and brush cases. We
have the best album ever offer-
ed for 50 cents.
Fancy baskets, China silk,
plain and figured felt, lambre-
quins, table scarfs.
If you are looking for pres-
ents you can’t go amissat the
No. 9, Spring Street,
35 21 1y
TRAY HEIFER:—Came to the
residence of the subscriber in Union
township about the middle of October, a red
and white heifer about 1 year old, no marks.
The owner is requested to prove property, pay
charges and take her away, otherwise she will
be disposed of as the law oirects.
36 47 3t. DAVID SPOTTS.
IVE YOUR. BOYS A USEFUL
Press and Outfits : §1.75, $2.00, $5.00, $7.50
$10.00, $21.00 to $31.00. Send for catalogue.
WV. A. BUNTING,
35-48-1m 20 Fifth Ave, Pittsburg, Pa.
is hereby given that the co-partner-
ship heretofore existing between T. J. Dale
and M. Bowman is this day dissolved by muy-
tual consent, T. J. Dale retiring from the bus-
iness. M. Bowman will continue the bus-
Fleming, Nov. 28, 1890. 35 48 3t*
UFF'S COLLEGE.—The oldest
and best Institution for obtaining a
Business Education. We have successfully
prepared thousands of young men for the ac-
tive duties of life. For Circulars address,
- P. DUFF & SONS,
PORTS, ruled and numbered up to 150
with name of mine and date line printed in
full, on extra heavy paper, furnished in any
quantity on two days’ notice by the
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We ara manufacturers agents for the sale
of Dynamite, Powder and Fuss. We do not
keep any inferior explosives. Our ex erience
is that the best is the cheapest; therefore con.
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ders with us.
McCALMONT & CO.
Wm. Shortlidge, Business
Robl MeCalmont, § Managers. 35 29 6m
FFICE OF THE CENTRAL
PENNSYLVANIA R. R. CO.—Wat-
sonton, Pa. THE ANNUAL MEETING of the
stockholders of the Central Pennsylvania
Railroad company, for the election of a Presi-
dent and Directors to serve the ensuing year,
and for such other business as may be brought
before it, will be held at this office on Monday,
pid 12th, 1891, between the hours of 1 and
The transfer books will be closed on Wed.
nesday, December 24th, 1890, at3 o'clock P. M
and remain closed until Tuesday, January
Nov. 28th, 1890. JAMES I. HIGBEE.
35 48 4t Secretary.
Capital subscribed............cccersueurunns $2,000,000.0
Paid in (cash,)......c... eusens .000,000.0
Surplus, undivided profits, ...306,715.8
The well-known firm ot accountants, Barrow
Wade, Guthrie & Co., of London, Manchester,
and New York, upon auditing the accounts of
the Company as published June 30th, 1890
appended thereto the following certificate :
Having examined the bocks of the Equita
ble Mortage Company, we hereby certify that
the foregoing accounts and statement are in
conformity therewith and we believe that the
accounts fully and fairly represent the position
of the Company as on the 30th June, 1890.
BARROW, WADE, GUTHRIE & CO.
New York, 16th Oct., 1890.
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years. All first class Investment Securities
Bought and Sold,
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Boston, 117 Devonshire St. Berlin, Germany.
Phila., 4th & Chestnut Sts. Kansas City, Mo.
Apply to E.M. & J. BLANCHARD.
Attorneys at Law,
35 46-1m Bellefonte, Pa.
Pianos and Organs.
At all prices from $25 to $1,500. We sell the best Pianos
from six ditferent factories, all of which have a standard
PIANOS! of excellence that is unsurpassed. Our stock is large
enough to suit every home, from the poor man’s humble
PIANOS! cottage to the White House at Washington. There are
various colors and designs of cases to please every eye.
There is the widest variety of tone, from the soft and pa-
PIANOS! thetic to the sharp and "brilliant. The prices are low
enough and the terms of payment easy enough to suit
PIANOS! every customer. We desire to place pianos within the
reach of everybody 1f you want a Piano, please call on us
or write us full particulars. We sell a great many pianos
BARGAINS we always havea number of
good second-hand Pianos and Organs for care-
ful and economical buyers. We cannot print
lists of them as the stock is always changing.
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payments when desired. Please write us and
we will mail a list of those now in stock.
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