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Tribute of Respect.
On the 24th of December 1891, Prof. James
Y. McKee, after an illness of only a week,
died at his home at State College, Penna.
At a special meeting of the faculty of the
Pennsylvania State College, held Dec. 25th,
1891, the following minutes were adopted :
The faculty of the Pennsylvania State Col-
lege expresses its sense of the irreparable loss
the institution has sustained by the death of
Prof. James Y. McKee, who has been identified
with it as a professor, vice-president and act-
ing president for the past twenty-five years,
laboring unwearidly and effectively for its
welfare and success during all its vicissitudes,
and sometimes amid discouragement.
As a faculty we have always recognized that
upon his devotion, his varied scholarship, his
ripe experience and his wise judgement we
could safely rely in the consideration of all
questions respecting the management of the
Besides the loss to the college each member
of the faculty feels a deep sense of personal
bereavement lin the severing of bonds of
friendship so long cemented by amicable so-
cial and official relations.
To the afflicted family we tender our deepest
sympathy for a homeldesolated by the loss of
a father and husband, but fell assured that the
cherished memory of an exalted and unstain-
ed christian life will hallow the] affliction and
u¥suage the pain,
I: Fond Remembrance of Robert M*
Who died Nov. 26, 1891, aged 25 years, 9mo
a1d 2 days.
Robert, thou art gone my husband,
And our child is with me left ;
Ot a father's kind protection
She thus early is bereft.
But the widow’s God in Heaven,
Will not leave us here unblest;
While He takes them to His bosom,
And we find thou art At Rest.
Robert, thou art gone my husband,
And through pain m ost severe,
Was thy portion in the period,
When thy end was drawing near.
Yet we know thy griefs are ended,
And in Heaven without a pein ;
Thou hast;met with thy Redeemer,
And “our loss is thy great gain.”
Robert, thou art gone my husband,
And it still will be my prayer ;
That to you, when life,is ended,
I shall come—and little Clair.
May the halo of the influence.
Of her Father's latest days;
Hover o’er her through her lifetime,
Till she joins your song of praise.
Robert, thou art gone my husband,
Thou art in that land so fair ;
For you put your trust in Jesus,
And he answered all your prayers.
For though few had been your pleadings,
Yet thy saviour answered all;
So you told us in your last werds,
Just before the final call.
Robert, thou art gone my husband.
But we feel more reconciled;
When we think of you dwelling
Safe with all the undefiled.
In that city where no sorrow,
E’er can enter or molest;
In the bosom of thy Saviour,
Thou forever art AT rest.
"ANTED,—A tenant for general
store in a booming new railreadg
town good trade guaranteed, town developine
fast. An elegant opening investigate. Ad-
dress. A. Care Bellefonte Warcuman. 36 49
FOR SALE.—Two thoroughbred Jersey
cows, both just fresh, and a full blooded Jersey
bull are offered for sale at reasonable prices.
They are from the celebrated “Donegal”
farms of Simon Cameron and are a rare bar
ain for any one desiring blooded cattle. For
urther information inquire at or address ‘this
TRAY SHEEP.—Came to the resi-
dence of the subscriber in Howard
township, on or about the 29th day of Decem-
ber, three yearling lambs, points of both ears
cut off. The owner is requested to come for-
ward prove property,pay charge and take them
away, otherwise they will be disposed of as
the law directs.
37 1 3t* HENRY LAIR,
DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. —
Letters of Administration on the es
tate of Jacob W. Boon, late of Howard borough,
Centre county, Pennsylvania, deceased, have
been granted to John T. Boon, ‘residing on
said Borough, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make payment
and those having claims or demand will make
known the same without delay,
CLEMENT DALE, JOHN T. BOON,
8716t Attorney. Administrator.
UDITORS NOTICE.—The un-
dersigned an Auditor appointed by
tne Urphan’s Court of Centre County, to make
distribution of the balance in the hands of D.
S. Keller Adm’r, of Wm. F. Tipton, deceased,
will attend to the duties of his appointment on
Friday the 29th day of January, 1892 at his of
fice in the Borough of Bellefonte, when and
where all persons interested can attend and
present their claims or be debarred from eom.
Ing in on said fund
E. M. BLANCHARD,
EGAL NOTICE.—Notice is here-
by given to all persons interested
that the following inwentories of goods and
chattels set apart to widows under the provis-
ions of the Act of 14th of April, 1851, have been
confirmed ni si by the Court, and filed in the
office of the Clerx of the Orphans Court of Cen-
tre county and if no exeepilons be filed on or
before the first day of next term the same will
e confirmed absoiutely.
1 Theinventory and appraisment of the per’
sonal property of John C. Krumrine, late of
College township, deceased, as set apart to his
widow, Christina Krumrine.
2 The inventory and appraisment of the
ersonal property of Jesse Klinger, late of
ellefonte borough, deceused, as set apart to
his widow, Mary Klinger.
3 The inventory and appraisment of the
personal property of Oscar Duck, late of Gregg
township, deceased, as set apart to his widow,
4 The inventory and appraisment of the
personal property of Philip Cronoble, late of
Gregg township, deceased, as set apart to his
widow, Hannah Cronoble,
5 The inventory and appraisment of the
personal property of John Lutz, late of Ben-
ner township, deceased, as set apart to his wid-
ow, Margaret Lutz.
6 The inventory and appraisment of the
Ytsona) property of Wm. P. Smith, late of
arion township, deceased, as set apart to his
widow, Mary A. Grove nee Smith,
7 The inventory and apvruisment of the !
personyl property of Joseph Royer, late of |
oward borough, deceased, as set apart to his |
widow, Hannah Royer.
8 The inventory and appraisment of the |
personal property of James Ardery, late of
Worth township, deceased, as set apart to his
widow, Hannah Ardery.
9 The inventory and a
persniy property of James
1eim borough, deceased,
widow, Hannah Read.
10 The inventory and arpraisment of th-
pepons) property of WL. Snook, late of Milie
eis borough, deceased, as set apart to his
widow, Mary C. Snook.
JOHN A. RUPP,
Read, late of Mill-
as set apart to his
praisment of the !
Sechler & Co.
RACKET STORE NEWS.
P. Gray MEEk, Esq.
Dear Sir .—Please
tell the readers of the “WATcHMAN’
that during January they can find
many special bargains at The
Racket. The heavy sale of Decem-
ber, left remnants in every depart-
Remnants in dry goods.
Remnants in Notions.
Remnants in everything
and if low prices are any induce-
ment it will pay them to look
The moon effulgent in the sky
Full many a-full-gent doth espy,
Bat says not a word, the sly old elf
Heknows whatit is to be full himself?
The “Racket’’ is full of genuine
bargains now and the man in the
moon and the rest of the people
that he watches so carefully may
just as well have their share of the
A Great Sacrifice in Coats!
Coats for one fourth!
Coats for one third !!
Coats for one half!!!
From this on there will be
a decided cut in Coats, Wraps
and Dolmans all new and
fashionable styles, but we do
not care to pack away such
articles therefore they must
go even at a great sacrifice.
Now is your chance to get
a handsome fashionable cloak
at half the first price and far
below any to be had else
where. = The first to come
will get the first choice and
they will disappear like the
morning dew. If the Golden
Opportunity is taken, a hand
some coat can be secured at
from six to twelve dollars and
a less handsome one at a
much less reduction,
We are now taking stock
and everything in the store
will be itemized and reduced
trom 10 to 50 per cent. and
on the 11th of January a
Grand Clearance Sale will
begin and continue three days.
There will be a chance for
bargains in dry goods and
household wares never be-
fore known in this part of the
country and will pay anyone
to come here from a long dis-
tance, The goods are not
shelf-worn or rusty, but are
all new and fashionable, but
we want th: room they oc
cupy for a new spring stock.
Our Wholesale Department
offers unusual bargains for
small dealers for some great
reductions have been made
in that department also, Re-
member the Great Drive in
Prices begins at Baltzell’s on-
the 11th of January and will
continue three days.
Corner Eleventh Avenue
and Eleventh street.
BETTER YET NEXT YEAR
keeps constantly improving in practi-
cal qualities, hence its constantly in-
creasing popularity in the markets of
WYCKOFF, SEAMANS & BENEDICT.
3714t 854 Chestnut St., Phila, Ba.
HERIFF'S SALE.-—By virtue of
sundry writs of Fieri Facias and Ven-
diiioni Exponas issucd out of the Court of
Common Pleas, of Centre county, and to me
directed, will be exposed to Public Sale at the
Court House, in the Borough of Billefonte, on
FRIDAY, JANUARY 29th, 1892.
beginning at one o ‘clock P. M.
All that certain messaage, tenement and lot
or Diese of ground situate in the Borough of
Bellefonte, Centre Co., Pa, bounded and de-
scribed as follows: On the East by Spring
Street, on the North by Curtin Street, on the
South by Chas. F. Cook, and on the West by an
alley, said lot being situate on the South-west
corner of Spring and Curtin Streets, fronting
on Spring Street 50 feet and extending back
along Curtin Street 200 feet to an alley, being
the same premises which E. W. Hale by deed
dated June 30; 1883, 1ecorued in book W, No. 2,
page 172.—Thereon erected a large stone
Seized. taken in exzcution and to be sold as
the property of Charles McCafferty and Cath-
All that certain messuage, tenement or lot
of ground situate in Spring Township, County
of Centre, and State of Pennsylvania, bounded
and described as follows : Beginning on the
South side of Water Street, in ie addition
where line of lot No. 103 intersects the same,
thence West along said street, 50 feet to line
of lot No. 105, thence along line of said lot
South 150 feet to an alley, thence East along
said alley 50 feet toline of lot No. 103, thence
North along line of said lot 150 feet to the place
of beginning. Thereon erected a two story
frame dwelling house, stable and other out-
Seized, taken in execution and to ve sold as
the property of J, W. Tate.
All that certain messuage, tenement or lot
of ground situate in the Borough of Phillips.
burg, County of Centre, Pa., bounded and de-
scribed as follows : Beginning at a point on
North Front Street at corner of lot of Jeffey
Hays, thence by Front Street 33 feet to lot of
Wm. Parker, thence along said lot of Wm.
Parker, 240 feet to North Second Street, thence
along said North Second Street 33 feet to line
of lot of Jeffey Hayw, thence along said lot 240
feet to the place of beginning, being one half
of lot known and designated as No. 51 in the
general plan of said Borough. Thereon erec-
ted a large 3 story brick building, used as a
store room and dwelling-house and other out-
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as
the property of Henry Lehman. +
All defendant’s right, titleand interest in and
to a certain tract of land situate in Howard
township, Centre connty, Pa., bounded and de-
scribed as follows : Beginning at a dogwood,
by land surveyed to William Ramsey South
47° E. 135 perch to a eorner, thence South 47°
West 81 perch to a post, thence by land for-
merly ot Joseph Miles in right of Stephen Re-
gent, S. 68° West 18 perch toa post, by marked
chestnut, thence North 40° West 30 perch to a
ost, thence by land of Curtin’s heirs North 50°
E 176 perch to a corner, thence North 40°
West 76 perch to a white oak, North 47° E. 66
perch to the place o: beginning, containing 127
acres, 68 perches more or less.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold as
the property of Jacob R. Leathers.
WM. A. ISHLER,
Jan. 6, 1892, Sheriff.
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THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FOOD FOR
COWS AND HORSES.
One fourth of a feed of Cotton
Seed Meal fed to Cows produces
rich milk. Itis well established fact
thatone pound of Cotton Seed Meal
is equal to two pounds of chopped
corn or four pounds of wheat bran;
hence it is the cheapest food for
LINSEED MEAL fed to horses in small
quantities prevents colic and
makes your horses thrive and
sleek in the coat.
PRATTS FOOD for stock has a good
reputation for keeping all kinds of
animals in good condition.
If you want healthy chickens
and plenty of eggs, buy and feed
poulizy Food, and ground oyster
If you want your house plants to
bloom buy and use our Plant Food.
SLEDS AND SLEIGHS.
We have a few sledsand sleighs,
made to order—the best bob sled in
Corn Shellers of the latest im-
proved make for hand or power.
There is more economy in cutting
and crushing your corn” fodder for
stock. The Lion Fodder Cutter
cuts and grinds fodder into a pulp.
The only Fodder Cutter made that
does its work complete.
ANTHRACITE COAL all sizes.
SNOW SHOE COAL, Run of Mines or
Best in quality.
Office and Store in the Hale building.
A T SECHLER’S YOU CAN GET
ED TOILET SETS ;—
10 peices $,50 and $4,00 per set. Fi-
est Imported sets, 10 Pieces in Gold at
$6.50 and $7.00. Sam goods, 12 pciees
(with jar) at$9.00. 9.50 and $12.00.
These are all good bargains. It will pay
you to see these goods before purchasing.
"PLAIN AND DECORATED CHINA. and Glass ware, —
A great variety of goods to sell by
the piece, at all prices from 10 cents
FINE CONFECTIONERY !—
In great variety from 10cts upto
$1.00 per pound. Raisins 10cts ; 15cts ;
20cts ; 25cts and 35cts per pound.
New crop California Prunes, large size
15cts ; Appricots 10cts and 15cts per
Figs, Table Oil,
Currants, Maple Syrup,
Citrons, Fine Table Syrups,
Ketchsup Sauces, New Crop N. 0. Molasses,
Extracts, Sweet Potatoes,
Cranberries, English Walnuts,
Fine full cream Cheese, Shelbarks,
Almonds, Florida Oranges,
Mixed Nuts, Lemons,
Banannas, Fruits & Preserves,
FRESH ROASTED COFFEES
Old Government Java ; Mocha and
TEAS ;—AND SPICES
kinest Green, Black and Japan
Teas, and Pure Spices.
Of our own make. These goods is as
good as it is possible to make it. We
put in it the best material obtainable.
Try it. You will be pleased.
SECHLER & CO. *
Bush House Block,
Loeb’s Closing Out Sale.
: A POSITIVE——
OSING OUT SALE
BARGAINS AT LOEB'S
This is a positive Closing out Sale for the purpose of
@ 2 GOIN
G OUT OF BUSINESS 3
o——THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3rd, 1891.—o
My entire stock is put on sale, regardless of cost. Now is your time to
procure Live Bargains in
———|CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.|—
Yow GOODS !
We still have a good assort-
ment of woolen hosiery, from
i 1 i GTVE" “ME A CALL 3 i i
Prompt delivery. SIMON LOEB,
McCALMONT & CO. Lo 47 uf : Bellefonte, Pa. ol
YX ovps=— LIPPERS > LIPPERS
5 Nothing is more acceptable for
* % Christmas presents than a
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Woolen underwear for ladies
and children, red underwear at
one half regular price.
MITTENS FROM 10 CENTS UP.
Facinators, Children coats and
COME AND SEE US.
No. 9, Sele Street, |
36 49. 1y
I xp AND FOOT POWER
~+—CIRCULAR SAW, —
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MACHINE CUT GEARS,
CENTRE OFSTABLE MADE OF IRON.
Send for Catalogue giving full description and
prices of our
HAND AND FOOT POWER MACHINERY
J. N. MARSTON & CO.,
3550 1y * Station A. Boston, Mass, |
ens WHITE ST
The finest grade of Roller Mill flour on the
JOHN MEESE, Grocer,
IR OF SLIPPERS
AKE NOTICE.—I am now pre-
pared to mend boots and shoes neatly
and promptly. All WOH given) me will be done
chea % Give me a call at my shop No, 35,
South Thomas street.
36 50 Wu. DOAK.
OTICE.—Is hereby given to all
whom it may concern that applica-
tion will be made to the January Term of the
Court of Quarter Sessions of Centra County to
have the Town of State College, in said county,
incorporated asa Sorbess, Dee. 15th, 1891.
. BEAVER GEPHART & DALE,
Letters of Administration on the es-
tate of James Ardery late of Worth township
deceased having been granted to the under-
signed, they request all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate to make
immediate paymens and those having claims
to present them duly authenticated for settle-
ment. . D. ARDERY.
36-46.6t* E. E. ARDERY.
Letters of administration on the es.
tate of Jonathan Harper deceased, late of
Bellefonte, having been granted tothe under-
signed they request all persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate to make pay-,
ment and those having claims against tive
same to present them duly authenticated for
settlement. MRS. MINNIE HARPER,
36 49-3t JARED HARPER,
IMBER LAND FOR SALE.—
By virtue of a writ issued out of the
Court of Common Pleas of Centre county the
undersigned will offer at Public sale, on the
FRIDAY, JANUARY 22nd, 1892
at 2 o'clock, p. m, the following described
valuable timber land of Thos. Strouse, situated
and lying in Ferguson township, this county.
Bounded as follows .—On the south by land of
J. 8. McCormick ; on the west by lands ot Ty-
rone Mining Company and M’f’g Co. ; on north
by lands of Moses Thompson's heirs,and on the
east by lands of John T. McCormick. Con,
41 ACRES AND 141 PERCHES.
TERMS OF SALE. —One half of purchase
money cash on confirmation of sale ; balance
in one year thereafter with interest, to be se-
cured by bond and mortgage on the premises,
Will be sold on the premises.
% JOHN T. McCORMICK,
Whereas the Honorable A. O. Furst, Pres-
ident Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the
49th Judicial District, consisting of the coun-
ties of Centre and THngden, and the Honor-
able Thomas M. Riley and Honorable Daniel
Rhoads, Associate Judges in Centre county,
Sve issued their precept, bearing date the
Raging a Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of
the Peace in Bellefonte, for the county of
Centreand to commence on the 4th Monday of
Jan. being the 25th day of Jan.,1892, and to
continue one week, notice is hereby given to
the Coroner, Justices of the Peace, Aldermen
and Constables of said county of Centre, that
‘they be then and there in their proper per-
2ons, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon of the 25th,
with their records, inquisitions, examinations,
and their own remembrances, to do those
things which to their office appertains to be
done, and those who are bound in recogni-
zances to Frpsecuis against the prisoners that
are or shall be in the jail of Centre county, be
shen and there to prosecute against them as
thail be just.
Given under my hand, at Bellefonte,the 25th
day of January, injthe year of our Lord, 1892
and theone hundred and fourteenth year of the
independence of the United States.
WM. A. ISHLER,
RPHAN’S COURT SALE.—Pur-
suant to an order of the Orphans’
Court of Centre County there will be
exposed to public sale, at the Court House in
MONDAY, THE 18th DAY OF JAN UARY, 1892
at1 o'clock p. m., the following
situated in Ferguson township, Centre county,
Pa., 314 miles West of Stute College and 2 miles
north (fPine Grove Mills, bounded and de-
scribed as follows :
Beginning at a stone, thence along lands of
John Archy north 8314 degrees ag 229 3-10:
perches to stones, thence along public road
north 56}; degrees east 15114 perches to stones
thence along lands of David Fye south 33%
degrees east 229 3-10 perches to stones, thence
along lands of David L. Dennis south 3314 de-
grees west 151 3 10 perches to the place ot be.
216 ACRES, MORE OR LESS.
Thereon erected a two-story dwelling house
good bank barn, new corn house, wagon shed,
ay pig pen and other necessary out build-
ngs. Two good orchards. Plenty of water ;
2 good wells and 3 cisterns, all near the build-
jogs. About forty acres of good timber , such
as is necessary for the farm. The farm is in a.
go state of cultivation, and the prospects of
ron ore are good.
TERMS OF SALE.—One third of the pur
chase money to be paid on the 1st day of Apri-
after—one-third in one year, remainder in two
Jeure with interest, the deferred payments to
secured by bond and mortgage on the gre-
ORVIS, BOWER & ORVIS,
36 50 Attorneys.
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the Largest Gold Mines.
the Largest Silver Mines,
the Largest Copper Mines.
the Largest Lead Mines.
M. L. RISHEL,
HAs ExTeNsIVE GRAZING RaNGES, FINE Timer
BeLts, WIDE AGRICULTURAL VALLEYS,
Is larger than New England, New York
Psansyivanis, New Jersey ana Delaware com:
The Great Northern Railway is the direct
line from St. Paul and Minoespolis to Great
Falls, Monarch, Neihart, Barker, Helena,
Butte aad other Montana points. Apply to
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LEND | but merely whisper that the Re.
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ME ments for home seekers, as also
the entire region along the Great
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YOUR nesota, North Dakotaand Montan
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apply to F. I. Whitney, G. P. &
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na. For M 304)
styles and colors.
We have them in all the latest
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT,
4 RANGING FROM 50c to $3,00.
* XX XX ¥
re MINGLE'S SHOE STORE
36 45 om Brockerhoff Block,
UDITOR'S NOTICE.— In the
Orphans Court of Centre county. In
the estate of Henry Krumrine, late of Greg
The undersigned oes
auditor:appointed by said court to make dis-
tribution of the balance in th
Executor, to and among those legally entitled
thereto, will attend to the duties of his appoint.
ment at his office in Bellefonte,
the 16th day of Feb. A. D. 1892,
m., when and where all parties interested may
attend and present their clai
proper, or be forever debarred
upon said fund.
e hands of the
at 10 o'clock a.
Tuesday, the 16th day
ms if they see
from coming in | Met When and where a
may attend if they see proper.
UDITORS NOTICE.—Notice 1s
hereby given that the undersigned
an auditor appointed by the Orphans’ Court of
Centre County to hear and determine the ex.
ceptions filed to the account of Joho G. Love,
adm'r, of ete., of the estate of James T. Hale,
Jr.* and restate the account in accordance with
hie findings will meet the parties interested at
his office in the borough of Bellefonte, on
of February, 1892, at 10
o'clock a.m |, for the Purpose of his appoint.
I parties interested
J. C. HARPER,
In some states the ra.
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to one in favor of the
men. The best route YOUNG
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lis, Dui) and West Su-(ARE OUT
perior to the Northwest]
ern and Pacific States is THERE
via the Great Northern] NOW.
Far:s can be had in Minnesota
and North Dakota on crop and oth
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settlement. Large yieldsof whea
and other staples. Fine stock re
gion, Good schools and churches.
Healthful climate. Great Markets
within easy reach. Farms paic
for from the proceeds of one crop.
Highest prices paid for product.
The Great Northern Railway hag
three lines through the Valley,
Address W. W, Braden, Land
Commissioner, St, Paul, Minn., fox
ABOUT A GREAT COUNTRY.
Maps and publications sent free, and letters
asking information about travel ard settle-
ment in Minnesota, the Dakotas and Montana
answered by I. 1. Whitney, G. P. & T., Great
Northern Railway, St. Paul. Tickets to all
points in the West. Lowest rates to the Paci-
fic Coast. 36 32
day of January to me directed, for
I donot wish to blow, into sem :