Democratic watchman. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1855-1940, March 13, 1891, Image 6

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Bellefonte, Pa., March 13, 1891.
A ———E——————
Mr. and Mrs. Bowser.
Her Headache and His Comparedby the
Bismarck’s Motto.
It is said that Bismarck, when a young
man studying law at Potsdam, never
forgot bis rank and importance, and was
careful to preserve what he considered
his rights. ~ One day, his chief in law
matters, with whom he had business, ap-
peared to forget him, and Bismarck re-
called his wandering attention by drum-
I have been afflicted for twenty years with !
| Centre Co., Pa., bounded on the north by lands
an obstinate skin disease, called by some M.
Coal and Wood.
Philadelphia Card.
UBLIC SALE.—By virtue of an
order of the Orphans’ Court there will
De sold on the premises of the late Samuel
Woodring deceased, on
—SATURDAY, MARCH 14th, 1891.—
At one o'clock, p. m.
All that tract of land situated in Worth Twp.,
Yoana K. RHOADS,
Dealers in
429 Market Street:
a emmm——
Latter. ming on the window sill. Ds Psoriasis, and others Leprosy, commenc- ; of John IL Thompson and John Harpster; on ANTHRACITE COAL, ST ELE
i ing on my scalp; and in spite of all I could do, | th t by lands of John I. Thompson; _—m Railway Guide
At another time he thought he was | G8 HC elp'of the most skilful doctors, it I Ai Ts lands of Stephen eo ea & Shi
I am subject to nervous headaches.
About once a fortnight. Mr. Bowser
g@omes home at noon and finds me on
sofa with my head tied up and my tem-
Po throbbing as if they would burst.
t’s just the next thing to being pound-
in the ante-room altogeth-
On being at last asked his
«I came tu ask for
kept waiting
er too long.
business, he replied,
leave, but now I apply for dismissal
In spite of his hautiness in regard to
his own claims to importance and con-
slowly but sure extended, unlil a year ago this
winter it covered my entire person in «he form
of dry scales. For the last three years I have
been unable to do any labor, and suffering in-
tensely ¢ll the time. Every morning there
could be nearly a dustpantul of scales taken
from the sheet on my bed, some of them half
as large as the envelope containing thix letter.
Woodring, and on the west by lands of Joseph
Thomp ‘on, deceased, containing
Thereon erected a good two story dwelling
house, a good new bank barn, and other out
buildings This farm isin a good state of calti-
Dec. 4th, 1890.
Leave Bellelonte, 5.35 a. m.. arrive at Tyrone,
6.55 a. m., at Altocna, 7.45 a. m., at Pitts-
burg, 12.45 p. ma.
ed on the head by a war club, and if gideration, however, he was almost in- | Tn the latter part of winter my skin commenc- | Jliion "pont 70 acres cleared, balance timber
the house was on fire Ishould take my variably kind and thoughtful to his in- a i ve Sings) mots Jand. The place is well watered by a never KINDLING WOOD, Less RE 0 30a. mw, arrive at Tyrone,
feriors in social position. When very | mp 5; : wy relief. | foiling spring. Contains a good orchard. 588. WM. uf Attdens, 1.5 p. m., ot Pitts:
P Y | Phe 12h of June I started West, in hopes I | "8p 0 (Fok Fhe ~ Ten percent. of the 24 of the | by the bunch or cord as may suit purchasers O01, 8.50 br mM : :
fime about getting out, and that with-
out trying to save anything except the
eamphor bottle: The programme then
runs as follows :
Enter Mr. Bowser.
Hangs up his overcoat and hat.
Marches into back parlor, evidently
suspecting some calamity.
Stands and gazes at me as if I were
some curiosity. I try to smile, but it is
a dead failure.
“Hump ! Cholera, I suppose
“No.” (Very faintly )
«Yellow fever, then, I always knew
you’d have it !”’
“No-0. Only—only”—
“Qnly smallpox, eh! Nice thing to
bring into the house, isn’t it!”
«Mr. Bowser, I—I've got one of my
«Q-0-0-h ! Is that all! Good lands,
but you gave me a scare ! Headache ?
Hump! 1f I was a woman of your
size and age I'd show a little spunk.”
“But it’s dreadful I”?
“Bosh | There's nine parts ot imagi-
nation to one part of headache.”
And he goes slamming around the
house and whistling away, as if every
sound did not fall on my skull like a
young, he always seemed to take just the
right way with servants and those un-
der nis command, and they always lov-
ed him, though he demanded a great
deal of them.
At one time, when he and his brother
were managing and overseeing the
Pomeranian estate, Bismarck severely
reproved a certain young land owner
for his neglect and shiftlessness. The
young man 1n excuse said that he had
ot a particle of taste for agricultureand
“I bave struggled with my disiike a
long time,” concluded the unwilling
“Not yet long enough!” answered
Bismarck dryly.
This reply brought the young man ‘to
his senses. He continued the struggle,ov-
er came his distate for the work, became
a capital farmer, and to-day remembers
thankfully Bismarck’s “Not yet long
This saying, by the way, has been
connected with the name of Bismarck
since olden times by the peasant pro-
verb, which begins, ‘Not yet long
enough,’ says Bismarck,” and goes on,
connecting other sayings with the names
could reach the Hot Springs. I reached De-
so low I thought I should have
to go to the hospital, but finally got as far as
Lansing, Mich, where had a sister living.
One Dr.— treated me about two weeks, but
did me no good. All thought I had but ashort
time to live, I earnestly prayed to die, Crack-
ed through the skin all over my back, across
my ribs, arms, hands, limbs; teet badly swol-
len : toe-nails came off: finger-nails dead. and
hard as a bone; hair dead, dry, and life-
less as old straw. O my God!.how 1 did suffer.
My ister, Mrs. E. H. Davis, had a small part of
a box of Cuticura in the house. She wouldn't
give up; said, “We will try Cuticura.” Some
was applied on one hand and arm. Eureka!
there was relief; stopped the terrible burning
sensation from the word go. They immediate-
ly got the Cuticura, Cuticura Resolvent, and
Soap. I commenced by taking one tablespoon-
fal of Resolvent three times a day, after meal;
liad a bath once a day, water about blood heat
used Cuticura Soap freely; applied Cuticura
morning and evening. Result: returned to
my home in just six weeks from the time 1
lett, snd my skin as smooth as this sheet of
Henderson, Jefferson Co, N. Y.
troit, and was
CuricurA REMEDIES are sold everywhere.
Price, CuTICURA, the great Skin Cure, 50¢.; Cu-
TICURA S0AP, an exquisite Skin Purifier and
Beautifier, 25¢.; CUTICURA RESOLVENT, the new
Blood Purifier, $1. Porter DRUG AND CHEMICAL
CorPORATION, Boston.
£a~Send for “How to Cure Skin Disease,”
64 pages, 50 illustrations, 100 testimonials.
purchase money to be paid or secured on day
of sale, balance of 24 on confirmation of sale, 24
iu one year and 24 in two years. The last two
payments tobe secured by bond and mortgage
with interest on the premises.
36 7 ts
The undersigned offers for sale his
Situated in Snow Shoe, Centre county, Pa.,
" ney ave located on the principal thorough-
| fare cf the town and make the most desirable
| places thatany one could want.
The store has always enjoyed an elegant
trade and has been doing a business
| of $40,000 a year, and as the business of Snow
Shoe has doubled, [ feel positive if properly
maneged it can be run considerably above
this figure. My reasons for selling are purely
on account of a desire to change my line of
If you have money to invest this is an ex-
ceptional opportunity to place itat extremely
reasonable rates.
{— STRAW and BALED HAY. —{
Respectfully solicits the patronage of his
friends and the public, at
25 18 near the Passenger Station.
Leave Bellefonte, 5.20 p. m., arrive at Tyrone,
5.40, at Altoona at 7.50, at Pittsburg at 11.56.
ueav. Bellefonte 5.35 a, m., arrive at Tyrone,
5.55, av Harrisburg. 10.30 a. m., at Philadel-
phia, 1 25 p. m.
Leave Belletonie 10.25 a. m., arrive at Tyrone,
11.55 a. m., at Harrisburg, 3.20 p. m., at
Philadelphia, 6.50 p. m. @
Leave Bellefonte, 5.20 p. m., arrive at Tyrone,
6.40 at Harrisburg at 10.45 p. m., at Phila-
i delphia, 4.25 a. n..
Leave Bellefonte, 4.30 p. m., arrive at Lock Ha
; ven, 5.30 p. m., at Renovo, 9. p. m.
i Leave Bellefonte, 9.32 a. m., arrive at Lock
Haven, 11.00 a. m.
Leave Bellefonte at 8.49 p. m., arrive at Lock
NOTICE—Thanking our friends for
ord AS HARDIE & COS rt
Haven at 10.10 p. m.
Leave Bellefonte, 4.30 p. m.: arrive at Lock Ha-
ven, 5.30. p. m.; Williamsport, 6.25 p. m., at
Harrisburg, 9.45 p. m
Leave Bellefonte, 9.32 a. m., arrive at Lock Ha-
ven, 11.00, leave Williamsport, 12.20 p. m.,
at Harrisburg, 3.13 p. m., at Philadelphia at
6.50 p. m.
Leave Bellefonte, 8.49 p. m., arrive at Lock Ha-
ven, 10,10 D m., leave Williamsport, 12.25
m., leave Harrisburg, 3.45 a. m,, arrive at
Philadelphia at 6.50 a. m.
Leave Bellefonte at 6.10 a. m., arrive at Lewis-
burg at 9.20 a. m., Harrisburg, 11.30 a. m.,
Philadelphia, 3.15 p. m.
Leave Bellefonte, 2.45 p, m., arrive at Lewis-
burg, 5.45, at Harrisburg, 9.45 p. m., Phila-
delphia at 4.25 a. m.
blow of a hammer. of different influential families.-— Youth's IMPLES, black heads, red rough, eh ’ :
«Coming to dinner?” Companion. : chapped, and oily skin cured by Cuti- | Snow Shoe is one of the most beautiful spots their liberal patronage, We desire to ex- BALD EAGLE VALLEY.
g 1 cura Soap in Pennsylvania. Write to or call upon press our determination to merit a con- 2 7
“Mercy, bat J cunt eas.” me —— EE ree - CAMERON BOAK, irtidnos oT EG santo, bro low dadte of WESTWARD. | EASTWARD.
_ “Can't, eh ? Well, if you let your During a dreadful storm, when | ° OW MY BACK ACHES! 36-6 Gt Snow Shoe, Pa. wer. PRICES IN HARDWARE Bl5e| 3 Dec. 14, 5 12s 5
i row Sub you in this | the River Tyne bad flooded the country Back Ache, Kidney Pains, and Weak- | 7 = We buy largeiy for cash, and doing our FES g 1890. FIER B
manner I can’t it. There’s more left | all around, a number of pe ness, Soreness, Lameness, Strains, and Pain . \ NT : i > x %
for me to eat, you ih Y assembled watching th Db people) relieved in one minute by the Cuticura Anti- OR SALE OR RENT. own work, can afford ‘0 sell cheaper | | Fl
He looks in z he is ready to leave the bay i t > ; a 2 ido 1 At Pati hy UNIONVILLE, PA ee en 6 11% * i pal Sr
2 ks S 8 3 y v swept along in its rapid course. £ ———— IN UNIONVILLE, PA. we will always make it a point to do. 0 55/...Tyrone....| 8 1013 10/ 7 16
house and says: length a swan can.e in sig i ; ; 2 oli ot 6.33| 11 48 6 48/.E.Tyrone.| 8173 17| 7 22
“Ify yy is 0 ti n can In sight, strusgling Chichester’s English Diamond Brand. Ly, Prams Dualiing Mosse Tl) 629 1143] 64 Vail...... 8 2013 20! 7 28
you are down town this afternoon | sometimes for land and at others sailing ENNY ROYAL PILLS EIGHT ROOMS in each end, calculated for 6 25 11 38] 6 40|Bald Eagle| 8253 24 7 33
come in. Bye-bye, booby !”’ in its stately manner along with the tor- | = wr a oman ” i i gia ay loess pm 32| 633. 5 83013 30 7 39
Ve ; ie Ne it Ara adn Flanle . riginal and only Genuine. Safe, alu ays relia- STOR M in the basement 16x50. 5 11 29) 6 30]... Fowler... 3213 3
We have another programme--one | rent. As it drew near a black spot was | pie. Ladies ask your Druggist for Chichester’s —A FIRST-CLASS TIN SHOP— |613| 11 26 6 28... Baas : > 3 Sig
which is followed when Mr. Bowser | observed or itssnowy plumage, which | English Diamond Brand in Red and Gold met- Good Stable, Tre House and Outbuildings. 6 06] 11 17{ 6 21|Pt. Matilda, 8 43/3 > 7 je
comes home with a billious headache. | the spectators were astonised to find | 3° hones, sealed with bite rihon. Zeke m6 | Grapes and Pests onthe lot, and good well CONNECTED WITH OUR STORE. 559 1109) 613... Martha... 851352 805
If 1 happen to be looking when he gets | was a living rat ; and it is probable it ER PL a io of water. Terms easy. Call upon 200 2 i Julian....| 8 59/4 01 8 15
: : : Aig, s. zgist, or send de. in ALEXANDER | ionviiie. 9 10]
off the car a block away I can tell what | had been borne from its dwelling in | for particulars, testimonials and “Relief for 36 42m 1.44 A 533 10 38) 5 48] 8.8. Tree 0 isi ia 8 3
I. mg He Sg dragging his | some hayrick, and seeing the swan had Loans a iy i Lome nn at ALL OTHER THINGS : 2 10 = 5 45) Pless 922/120, 839
legs v 10s 2 3 3 , ral rn onials. Sol a socal ruggists. 7 ads sR THING 201 10 25, 5 35..Belle 39/4
Be ea ou an oy closed, hastened to it for a refuge. On the paper. CHICHESTER CHEMICAL CO., DESIRABLE IN HARDWARE 5 10| 10 1 | Milochure ya - 3a
anc meet him at the door and in- | bird arriving on land the rat leaped off |= 3621y Madison Square, Philada., Pa. TERT 31 A FOR THE WANTS AND USE 5 02) 10 01) 1001/4 47) 911
gain 9 . its back and scamped off, but a man | = ee | ALTARLE an PROPER- OF Ti Sra: WITH : 2 9 56| It. Eagle..| 10 06/4 55| 9 17
2637. Bowser, have voaibe 0 2 : ie Lh . SALE. ; Ot] ED SO THAT 9) 9 48 5 07|...Howard...| 10 18/5 02
on ih Sie you been run over | having no respect for the sagacity which Colleges. ! The undersigned offers for sale on ALL CAN SEE, 4 40| 9 37 4 59 ..Eagleville.| 10 5005 10 9 2
thas et} i the rat had displayed killed it with a Em | easy terms the valuable and pleasantly located 438 934 456 Bch. Creek.| 10 35/5 13] 9 45
it Ysa n that!” he gasp, as he | blow of his staff. RR fSeoupied iy Dy Hayes, on west 0—AT LOWEST PRICES—o sao a ill Hall... 10 50 5 24| 10 01
site down on a stair step and holds his | High Street, Belletonte. Suid property con- 3 9 19) 4 43 Flemin’ton.| 10 54/5 27| 10 05
head in his hands. p a ae ; HE PENNSYLVANI A | sists of a For Everybody. 2 i 2 15) 4 40 Lek. Haven | 11 00{5 30| 10 10
“Have you been shou at or stabbed by | yf So fancy dress ball given by i STATE COLLEGE. LARGE TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSE, i eM
a ruffian ?”’ igi Rl i | with all modern improvements, an sxcglient TYRONE & CLEARFIELD
« Would that I had 1” g stes ; 7 : . ! brick stable and other outbuildings, and one — HF rier
“Mp. Bowser, wh f Cleopatra. Her dress was of the richest | Located in one of the most Beautiful and | of the best located lots in the town. Posses- o—JAS. HARRIS & CO.,—o NORTHWARD. SOUTHWARD.
ys WW at aw ul, awful . . + y . v . on April 0 For further t 0 ) I] ol
hine hfs hi : 5 white silk, entirely covered with Rhine Healthful Spots in the Alleghany | $100 8WER APTI 1st, 1801. For farther particu. | 23 2 BELLEFONTE, PA. oo 2 Ko ® E
thing has happened ? Answer me at tence hi Nios Ss we pipe? lars address ; s eIEc| 3 Dec. 14, ¥ | E2 |B
oy Sr ten | Sh ted ws poser, |= i ier
“[’ve--I've got one of those infernal he quoise. Sar en to Both Sexes; Tuition Free; 35 28 Norih Dake 81, Machin —|— Zar
headaches I” ns ae to Swen the floor. On one Board and other BEupenses pager HT Landasier, PR or3. Por pa. | AM Ly. Arla wom |r ou
MIT wn pr wy (PS Rank sy EY The hi
SOI j E 3 < , $ and ISquipment. 3 : Tai .
oo a a hs ha ap helmet crown also made of fine gold i K ARM FOR SALE-—A very ele 7s 3 a si ara yoo. Sons
pened. , dinner is ready, and I've | 1 ong gems. In her hand .she car- LEADING DEPARTMENTS OF STUDY. gant farm for sale, situated at Pine TQ 3 755 242) 845 Gardners. I ex
got pork and beans, as you requested.” | "4 2 2 : Grove Mills, Centre county, Pa., containing ENKINS & LINGLE, 8 02| 350 8 55 Mt.PI IS...) 6 25) 11 21i5 52
“P.nor < ried a fan of peacock feathers studded IT ATI 2 35 55 Mt.Pleasant| 6 16 11 12/5 46
pork and b-beans | My soul, x i; el] 1. AGRICULTURE (Two Courses), and AG- = a 0 8 10, 3 58) 9 05|...Summit...| 6 09] 11 05/5 40
woman, but how can you talk ~p-pork with gems, Her slippers were of white | RICULTURAL CHEMISTRY; with constant ONE HUNDRED AND FOUR ACRES, [Successors to W. P. Duncan & Co,] 814] 403 9 10/Sand.Ridge| 605 11 oy
} : P-P satin and heavily embroidered wi illustrations on the Farm and in the Labora- 816) 405 912/..R 5 0: ;
and beans to a dying man!” y e vith ory. in a fine state of cultivation. It is well im- 819] 406 915 Toa or 6 03] 10 5515 31
“Only a headache! Why, what gos. 2. BOTANY AND HORTICULTURE; the- | proved, having thereon a large two story BELLEFONTE, PA. 8 25 414 924 ny 5 ou 2» 20 20
should # great big man like ‘you care : rere oretical and practical Students taught origi: : a 5 8 35] 4 20| 9 32\..Boynton...| 5 46| 10 39/5 14
about a headache ? tome to dinner.” STAND YOUR GroUND.—When you 2a) a on unugually full BR He anal na ii 7200 FOUNDERS : py : n 5 a Phciners,. Lyre
? 5 De : : a . SMI ; with a sually fu 2! 4 30 0| Phili !
But he staggers into the sitting room make ab your mind to take Hood's Sar- and thorough course in the Laboratory. y and other out buildings; also a good orchard 846 434 944... Se 2 Bn ee ”
and falls sideways on the lounge and ut- saparilla, do not be induced to buy some | 4. CIVIL ENGINEERING; ELECTRICAL | and a fine large spring of water at the buildings. and 8 52| 4 40| 9 52|.Blue Ball.| 5 33] 10 22(4 55
type other preparation instend. Clerks may | ENGINEERING ; M ECHANICAL ENG I- ? it : 858 449 959 Wallaceton.| 5 28| 10 15/4 49
g up | | oe : | NEERING. These courses are accompanied It is one of the most desirable farms in the MACHINISTS. 9 05 4 57| 10 07|....Bigler 5922 10 07
to an angle. claim that ‘‘ours is as good as Hood's” | ith very extensive practical exercises in the county. Good schools and churches within a > 9 12| 5 02 10 14. Woodland..| 517 n 00 i a
«Mr. Bowser, these headaches are all and all that, but the peculiar merit of | Field, tie Shop and the Laboratory. : mile of the property. M 9 19] 5 08] 10 22|...Barrett....| 512| 9 52/4 30
i i Hood's Sars 5. HISTORY; Ancient and Mod th anufacturers of the A :
imamiaavs.” I obs : ood’s Sarsaparilla cannot be equalled. 5. HIS Y; Ancient and Modern, with ‘he improvements could not be put upon the . 9 23| 5 12| 10 27|.. Leonard... 509] 9 48/4 25
ginary,” I observe as I take him by |; : 2g original investigation, The improvements could, pai ap 9 30] 5 18| 10 34|.Clearfield.| 5
the legs and swing him about s> that Therefore have nothing to do with sub- | ¢” INDUSTRIAL ART AND DESIGN. it for the price at which it can be purchased. | VULCAN CUSHIONED POWER HAMMER |g 38) 5 20| 10 44|.Riverview.| 4 of 2 x i
So touts or. his Laci. shes 2d i ap having Bons Jp LADIES Sines Iv AYER Sine: JOHN G. LOVE, 942 82 Io doSus Bridge| 4 54 9 26/4 00
“Oooh! arsaparilla, the bes i ND SCIENCE; ¥wo years, Rellities 5-43- 5| 10 55/Car >
O.0.0h 17 p 3 t blood purifier and | pb De BoE nd instrumental. 35-43-tf Bellefonte, Pa. BELLEFONTE TURBINE DN a J nun e . A bi 30s
“If I was a man of yoursize and age
I'd show a little spunk.”
building-up medicine,
STEWED Beer A La Mobe.—Take
in (optional), French, German and English
(required), one or more continued through the
Time Table in effect on and after
40-0-0 h! How can I stand it!” 5 . entire course. STEAM ENGINES, SAW MILLS <
«Well, there'll be the more left for me | the desired quantity of round beef, cut | 9. MATHEMATICS AND ASTRONOMY ; | a Mess Shoomann Spd, Ses oR : SOI
to eat. Better lie as quiet as into three ounce pieces, and dredge with | pure and applied. solo sever. building lets losated on cast sick © save Snow Shoe, execpt Sundsyini Sid mm;
x q you a Fred ’ 2 10. MECHANIC ARTS; combining shop Thomas street, 50x100 feet. TLOURING MILLS,» © bile ooo din Sine po af omer 3 00 p. m.
can. our. Fry in the stew pan some beef | work with study, three years’ course; new Also, thirty-five lots located on east side of Leave Bellefonte, except Sunday....10 30 a. m.
But I don’t go out to dinner. He drippings and a sliced onion. Put in | buildin aad gquipment, ublie rod leading from Bellefonte to Belle-]o o ROLLING MILLS, &C,&C. o | — == 5 p.m.
wants a pillow for his head and he wants | the meat, and fry well stiring constant 11. MENTAL, MORAL AND POLITICAL | fonte Furnace, 50x17 feet.
s hea , a 3 on: TENCE: reat] : 3 . BELLEFONTE, NIT CMON
his shoes taken off und his feet covered |ly ten minutes. Then add” gradually SOIENGE Sonya Law and History, | = Ajgo, sixty lots on Halfmoon Hill, 50x150 feet. Works neat ¥, B. E. Depot. nay To take a SLnNY 2B
ap, and then I have to remove his col- | enough water to cover the meat, sea- ni MILITARY SCIENCE; instruction | TOF further information ea on Undies, : WESTWARD. EASTWARD
a puns ay tie a wet towel | son with salt, pepper, & teaspoonful Yieoroiion) an: practionl, including each arm 34 4 tf Bellefonte, Pa. EO. M. RHULE, m1 | 103 “ 114 | 112
an bi ore Ly ) god all his Pho each allspice, cloves and mace, a bay | 13. PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT; Two | om—————— - TATION
s departed. isn’t near as bad a | Je: a sh + +7 | years carefully graded and thorough. 3 sresstisieiennyany
Dae A is Tat leaf, shi Sled lemon Let it sim 3h Spring Gas Fitting. ARCHITECT |
ache 1 narveus wo % x mer gently four hours. term, April 8th, 1891; Commencement week, ¥ stats tusnetsassssiivneys SE
d ple di y i» wi) bei June 28th to July 2nd. For Catalogue or M. GALBRAITH, Plumber anc Sid
ouble discount any headache assigned As our reporter came along Wa- other information, address Gas and Steam Fitter, Bellefonte, Pa. | o—— BUILDING CONTRACTOR —0 2 35 5 06
$0 a man to carry about; but she must ter S 1 ih ln 3 GEO. W. ATHERTON, LL.D., Pays perticular attentien to heating buildinge : 2 40 5 20
grin and bear it— Detroit Free Press er Street ast night, shivering with the resident, by steam, copver smithing, rebronzing gas fix- PHILIPSBURG, 2 50 5 10
+ | chill night air, and drawing his over- | 27 25 State College, Centre county, Pa. ' urest, &c. 20 26 3437 1y CENTRE CO., PA: 305 455
. ——— coat tightly about bim, he thought, 314 4 46
Pure Grit at Wounded Knee. “now is the time for emughs and colds,” 3 38 42
” but if poor mortals only knew what a Pianos and Organs.
The Indians fought desperately until | certain cure Dr. Bull’s Cough SEDI] | sme see ee 4 00 en . 400
they were annihilated, but their bravery | how few would long suffer, and then it aa i 3 By 6 Se
was no more conpicious than that which | costs only twenty-five cents.—Sandusky pr ! a 37 y 1 6 51 3 2
was unostentatiously displayed by some | Ohio Register. ; 4 43 643 316
of the soldiers. Perhaps the most ro- Sica : At all prices from $25 to §1,500. We sell the best Pianos 4 48 638 311
mniiabl h : > Tr Z from six different factories, all of which have a standard 4 52 6 34) 3 (7
arkable case was that of Private Kel- Hot-water stands are something PIANOS! of excellence that is unsurpassed. Our stock is large eee 4 57 629 33
ly, who was shot near the beart. He | new in the streets of Paris. A pail is enough to suit every home, from the poor man’s humbo BARGAINS We always havea number of 08 g 1018.68
ll nia ken od rr
and as he rolled over he said to Private | ey dropped in the slot, and out rushes a There is the widest variety of tone, from the soft and pa. ful and economicil buyers. We cannot print Trains No. 111 and Font
Girbach: “I’m gone sure; so roll me | jet of steaming hot water, which runs PIANOS! thetic so the sharp rd brilliant. The prices are low lists of them as the stock is always changing. with te 2a S14 10) oped 3 Vad Sain
around and make a breast work of me.” | until nine quarts have flowed out. This PIANOS! ais ane sui Prices range from $25 to $300, on easy monthly Shore Express East. ?
That was courage. _ | is a great convenience, especially in the > reach of everybody 1f you want a Piano, please call on us payments when desired. Please write us and LEWISEU IRR
Private McKinzie of troop B was hit | poorer districts, where many families PIANOS! or write us fail particulars, We sell a great many pianos we will mail a list of those now in stock. SpuRas TY BONY BAIROAD.
hard in the leftshoulder. One of the | find it difficult to keep a cook-stove run- * {aie eatresponaees, ? ann, Coper Xad EASTWARD
surgeons saw he was wounded and sent | ning at all hours. The water is also us- = B | Mayiz 2 =
a litter bearer to bring him in. But |ed by cab drivers, who fill tanks, which 3 8 1800. E i
McKinzie would not go. He insisted on | they keep in the bottom of their cabs = Le Bo
shooting away at the stubborn foe. “I | for heating purposes. 5 JS fiymisnt
know I'm getting weak,” said he, “hut samrerecm ence o 55 ....Scotia.. | % 5 Py
I've aot to have a couple of shots yet.” MoNEY FOR EVERYBODY. — Mrs. 5 25..Fairbrook. 9 09) 427
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