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THE INTER-COLLEGIATE SPORTS AT
STATE CoLLEGE.—Flaming red posters,
plenty of newspaper notoriety and fine
weather attracted about six hundred
people to Beaver field, State College,
last Saturday afternoon, to see the ath-
letes from three colleges compete in the
State Inter-Collegiate games. The
weather was just a trifle too cool to be
pleasant and for much comfort for the
Notwithstanding the advertisement
of entries from as many more institu-
tions as materialized only two colleges
sent representatives, viz. : Lafayette and
Swarthmore who, with State’s men»
completed the list of entries. The
events were contested as follows :
100 yards dash—Won by S. C. Palmer, Swarth-
more. Time, 1034 seconds. Second, W. Matti-
son, Swarthmore; third, G. O. Barclay, Laf-
120 yards hurdle—Won by W. Brookes,
Swarthmore. Time, 1814 seconds. Second, A.
Scott, Swarthmore ; third, E. P. Harder, State"
Two-mile bicycle—Won by R. Manley,
Swarthmore. Time, 5.48. Second, W. Ewing,
State ; third, C. Sprecher, State.
440 yards dash—First, J. Clark, Lafayette.
Time 5214. Second, C. G. Hodge, Swarthmore ’
third, T. R. Gleim, Swarthmore.
Half mile run—First, J. D. Clarke, Lafayette,
Time 2.1034. Second, W. Clothier, Swar thmore ;
third, T. Kaiser, State.
220 yards dash—First, G. O. Barclay, Laf-
ayette. Time, 2414. Second, S. C. Palmen
Swarthmore ; third, M. P. Sullivan, Swarth-
Throwing hammer—First, B. Clark , Swarth-
more. Distance 114 feet, 1 inch. Second, C. R,
Rhinehart, Lafayette; third, B. F. Fisher,
Putting shot—First, C. R. Rhinehart, Laf*
ayette. Distance 35 feet 5 in. Second, B.F,
Fisher, State ; third, E. Rawn, State.
Running high jump—First, E. P. Harder,
State. Height 5 feet 734 in. Second, F. L,
Thomas, Swarthmore; third, W. Curtiss,
Pole vault—First, W. W. Curtiss, Swarth-
more. Height 10 feet 44 in. Second, W. 8S
Brooke, Swarthmore ; third, C. M. Thom pson®
Running broad jump-—First. S. C. Palmer,
Swarthmore. Distance 19 feet. Second, F. L-
Thomas, Swarthmore ; third, T. R. Cummins,
220 yards, hurdle—First, S. C. Palmer,
Swarthmore. Time, 2814. Second, A. Scott,
Swarthmore ; third, D. Conrad, State.
One-mile walk—First, P. Parish, Swarth-
more, time, 8.0234. Second, H. P. Price, State ;
third, H. Brown, Swarthmore.
One-mile run—First, I. Clothier, Swarth-
more. Time, 5.1934. Second, F. Kaiser, State ;
third, W. Clothier, Swarthmore.
Swarthmore won 68 points, Lafayette
23 and State gracefully brought up the
rear with 21.
The surprise of the day was the per-
formance of Lafayette’s representatives,
Clarke, Barclay and Rhinehart, each of
whom took a first and several seconds.
They were trained for the events for
which they were entered and went in to
During the afternoon the State Col-
lege band entertained the people with
some choice music.
Possibly the best result of persisten;
training was seen in the performance of
Mr. E. P. Harder, State's high jumper.
Last year he won out by clearing 5ft.
13in. While his jump on Saturday
gave him a record of 5ft. 74in.
It is thought that the State Inter-
Collegiate Association has had its last
meet. Its dissolution has been pre
dicted by knowing ones, because most
of its members have withdrawn and
* State and Swarthmore do not feel inclin-
ed to hold it togeiber,
The poor showing of the college ath-
letes on Saturday is explained by some
as having been the result of a recent
ruction in Which trainer Hoskins figured.
Lack of student Support has forced
manager Greer of the base ball club
to postpone several games on the home
The cadet corps has been invited to
participate in the Bellefonte Centennial
celebration ceremonies. It not
known whether the invitation will be
Out of a total of five Lock Haven
boys who will prepare for college this
summer, three intend entering at State
‘in the fall.
——The Junior engineers were in
Bellefonte Monday, under charge of
Prof. H. H. Stock, looking over the
mines and furnace of the Valentine iron
——The College Preps will play the
Normal school ball team at Lock Haven
Pine Grove Mention
Owing to the freezing weather many of
our forenoon farmers are replanting their
It is surprising to hear the greatamount
of business (?) our people are obliged to
transact at the county seat on the 28th
Mr. Levi Krebs has just received and set
out six hundred choice peach trees.
The continued frosts have caused them
with other fruit and vegetation to have a
Dr. A. R. Markle one of Tyrone’s promi.
nent men spent last Sunday with his yen-
erable parents in this place. While here
he was sizing up some of the blooded
stock of which he is a great lover.
Last week, J, W. Miller, one of the P.R.
R. company’s standbys in the Mountain
City, laid by the cares of the shop to su-
perintend the erection of a beautiful
monument to the memory of his parents
James and Mary Miller in the Pine Grove
O. F. Show has set aside his weavers.
loom and is now located at Penna. State
College, where he has engaged in the liv.
ery business. We cheerfully commend Mr.
Show and his excellent wife to our neigh-
boring townsmen and hope the ducats
will roll in rapidly.
Miss Jennie Yarnell, came home a day
too late for her mothers funeral. During
the winter she was engaged as a type.
writer, but had just opened summer
school when the sad message reached her.
At her fathers urgent request she will re:
main at home to take charge of the house.
Weare exceedingly sorry to note the
illness of grandmother Housman. While
walking across the room she fell dislocat.
ing her left shoulder and breaking her
collar-bone beside doing other Injury to
herself. Owing to her great age she is
bearing her afflictions remarkably well
and her recovery is hoped for.
Those, who have friends buried in the
Pine Grove cemetery are cordially invited
to come next Tuesday with their trowels ’
grubbing hoes and spades to clean up the
grave yard so that it may present a
decent appearance on Memorial day
and so that one may visit the “silent city
of the dead” without being covered with
burrs and briars.
Miss Alice Royer, who, in the early part
of April, was taken to the Pennsylvania
hospital in Philadelphia to have a surgical |
! operation returned to her home last
week sound and well. She was delighted
with the courtesy shown her by the offi-
cials and the kindness she received at the
hands of the nurses of the institution,
which she speaks of in the highest
Miss Minnie Kline, who has been an in-
valid for four years with spinal trouble,
is showing some signs of improvement.
For weeks her condition was not at all
encouraging but now the doctors at the
Presbyterian hospital in Philadelphia,
where she has been since the first of Feb.
have decided that she must remain where
she is for several months as she is able to
be propped up in bed.
Last week John Musserand family mov-
ed into their new home on Main street
and on Thursday of this week P.F. Bote
torf and wife will leave their home on the
Branch to occupy the Geo. Ard man-
sion on Main street. Mrs. Bot.
torf is so much better that she is
able to oversee her household duties,
To both of these retired farmers we ex-
tend a cordial welcome to our town and
of the Fairbrook M. E. congregation roll-
ed up their sleeves and organized them.
selves into a regular scrubbing and white-
washing club, marshalled by ex-Commis.
sioner Campbell. The new fence that
encloses Meeks burying ground has been
beautified by whitewash but with all the
provements do in no way make up for the
magnificent old oaks which were the chief
beauty of the place. We have been asked
a number of times by whose authority
were they cut down or why did the owner
of the property allow it? It does seem
too bad that our people do not realize the
need and necessity or trees for every
stranger that comes into the community
remarks about the way the trees are dis-
appearing and the barren and bare ap-
pearance of the country in consequence.
We are authorized to announce W. F.Smith,
of Bellefonte and formerly of Penn
township, Centre county, Pa, a can-
didate for the Democratic nomination for
Prothonotary, subject to the decision of the
Democratic county convention.
We are authorized to announce W.J. Sing-
er, of Bellefonte a candidate for the Demo-
cratic nomination for District Attorney, sub-
ject to the decision of the Democratic County
OR RENT.—Good seven room
house on Atsgreny Hest Bellefonte
Appiy to OWN, Jr.
Motz, J C. F. Woodward Merchant,14 7.75.
Orndorf, L. D. Woodward Merchant, 14 7.75.
Wolf, R. M. Woodward Merchant, 13 10.75.
OR SALE, CHEAP.—Will eell
for cash, very cheap, house, stable
and lot, No. 57, Willow-Bank street and ad-
joining lot, No. 58. For information apply to
40°13-tf C. L. GATES, Bellefonte, Pa.
E HAVE NO AGENTS but
ship from our factory at wholesale
prices. Ship anywhere for examination ; pay
freight bolh ways ii not satisfactory. 100 styles
of Carriages. 90 styles of HARNESS. Send
4cts. for 112 page catalogue.
ELKHART CARRIAGE & HARNESS Mfg. Co.,
4018 10t Ww. B. PRATT, Sec'y. Elkhart, Ind.
*—TWO GRAND PIANOS,——
nearly new, a Chickering and a Hallett & Da-
vis. 2 sets elegant Rostrum chairs, Antique
oak, suitable for a church or lodge. 6 marble
top stands. These goods will be sold much
below their value. Address,
40 21 2¢ BOX 12, State College, Pa
sincerely hope that they will be quiet law i
Last Saturday the industrious members |
briar digging and the cleaning up the im. |
Katz & Co. Lim.
OTICE OF APPLICATION OF
CHARTER.—Notice is hereby given
that an application will be made to the Presi:
dent Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of
Centre county, on Tuesday, the 4th day of
June, A. D., 1895, at 10 o'clock, a. m., of said
day, for the charter of a corporation to be
called the “Port Matilda Silver Cornet Band,”
the object of which is to cultivate music, or-
ganize and maintain a Silver Cornet Band and
for social enjoyment.
ORVIS, BOWER & ORVIS,
40-19%3t Attys. for Applicants.
OTICE OF APPLICATION
TO DISSOLVE THE COALDALE
COAL COMPANY.—Notice is hereby given
that an application will be made to the Court
of Common Pleas of Centre county, on Tues-
day the 4th day of June A. D 1895, at
10 o'clock of said day, for a decree for
the dissolution of the Coaldale Coal Com-
pany, a corporation. organized under the laws
of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The
BriAcivel office of said borough of Philips-
urg, in said county of Centre, and in which
county the principal business of said corpora-
tion is conducted.
ORVIS, BOWER & ORVIS,
Attorneys for Applicants.
! ORK WANTED.
| Any intelligent man or woman
| seeking employment and ambitious to make
from $40 to $150 monthly, can secure same by
addressing GLoBe BisLe Pusrismixg Co., 723
Chestnut St, Phila., Pa. No capital required,
nor stamp for reply. Young man or woman
wishing to earn a few hundred dollars in the
next two months preferred.
ISS BLANCHE STRAUB,
29 ALLEGHENY ST.
Ladies and childrens’ wear, Embroideries,
Laces, Gloves, Hosiery, etc.
Just received a fine line of Kai Ki silks for
waists, 5 and 6 yds in piece, no duplicates.
Sponge Crepon the new interlining for
EWIS’ 98 PER CENT LYE
POWDERED AND PERFUMED
The strongestland purest Lye made. Unlike
other Lye, it being a fine powder and packed
in a can with removable lid, the contents are
always ready for use. Will make the best per.
fumed Hard Soap in 20 minutes without boil-
ing. Itisthe best for cleansing waste pipes,
disinfecting sinks, closets, washing bottles,
paints, trees, etc.
| PENNA. SALT M’F’G CO.
40-20 Gen. Agts., Phila., Pa.
por STANDARD FOR THE
You see them everywhere. They differ
from others in the chain, sprockets, hubs,
bearings, cranks, pedals, tires, rims, tubing,
handles, construction, finish and in every point
of difference there is marked superiority.
Columbias §100—Hartfords £30, $60 and 850—
next to Coiumbias.
Bargains in 2nd hand wheels. One lady’s
Victor cheap, Send for catalogue.
A. L. SHAFFER, Agt.
* APPEALS FOR '95.
Notice is hereby given that the Commission-
ers of Centre county will meet the taxpayers
i at the following times and places for the pur-
| pose of hearing and determining appeals for
i the triennial assessment of 1895. The time
| for hearing appeals will be between the hours
| of9 o'clock &. m. and 4 p.m., except where
Miles township, Monday June 17th, at the
election house, Rebersburg.
! Haines and Penn townships and Millheim
| Boro., Tuesday June 18th, at the election house,
Gregg and Potter townships and Centre Hall
Boro, Wednesday June 19th, at the election
house, Centre Hall.
Harris and College townships, Thursday,
June 20th, at the election house, Lemont.
Ferguson township, Fridav June 21, at the
election house, Pine Grove Mills.
Spring and Benner townships, Saturday,
June 22nd, at the Commissioner's office in
Half Moon and Patton townships, Monday
June 24, at the election house, in Stormstown.
Taylor and Worth townships, Tuesday June
25, at the election house in Port Matilda.
Huston and Union townships and Union-
ville Boro., Wednesday June 26, at the election
house in Unionville Boro.
Snow Shoe and Burnside townships, Thurs-
a June 27th, at the election house in Snow
Walker and Marion townships, Friday June
28th, at the election house, Hublersburg.
Boggs township and Milesburg Boro. Satur-
dy June 29, at the election house in Central
Howard, Liberty and Curtin townships and
Howard Boro., Monday July 1, atthe election
house in Howard Boro.
Rush township and Philipsburg and South
Philipsburg Boroughs, Tuesday July 2, at the
public hall, Philipsburg.
Bellefonte Boro., Wednesday July 3, at the
Commissioners office, Bellefonte. y
Notice is hereby given to the Assessors of
the several aistricts that they te present with
the Board of Commissioners on the day of
said appeal in their respective districts, as
well as all persons who may feel themselves
aggrieved. Assessors will please bring all
books and papers they have to the appeal,
_A general appeal will be held at the Commis.
sioners office, on Friday and Saturday, July
5th, and 6th, 1895. Persons wishing to
be heard at the general appeal must have the
assessors present and arrange with them as to
their compensation. No appeals will be heard
after the time above Sher >
GEO. L. GOODHART,
T. FRANK ADAMS,
Attest, J. B. STROHM,
R. F. HUNTER, Clerk, County Comes,
Comes. office, Bellefonte, May 21, 95.
testamentary, on the estate of Mrs,
Maria Meek, deceased, late of Half Moon
township, having been $ranted to the under-
signed he requests all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate to make
payment, and those having claims against the
same to present them duly authenticated for
40.:17-6¢ W., S. GRAY.
XECUTOR'S NOTICE. — Letters
testamentary on the estate of John
Powers late of Bellefonte borough, Centre
county, Pennsylvania, deceased, have been
granted to Edward L. Powers residing in said
borough, to whom all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to make payment,
and those having claims or demands will
make known the same without delay.
CLement Dare. EDWARD L. POWERS,
40 19 6¢ Attorney. Executor.
XECUTORS NOTICE — Letter’s
testamentary on the estate of Z. T.
Williams, Dec’d, late of Walker township,
Centre Co., Pa., having been granted the un-
dersigned all persons having claims against
said estate are hereby notified to present
same, Soereny authenticated, for payment
and those indebted will make immediate set-
L: MARY JANE WILLIAMS,
Nittany, Pa. Executrix.
DMINISTRATORS NOTICE .—
Letters of administration on the es-
tate of Aaron Williams, late of Bellefonte bor-
eugh, Centre county, Pennsylvania, deceased,
| have been granted to W. H.” Williams, of Port
Matilda, Pa., and Mrs. Jennie Williams, of
Bellefonte, Pa., to whom all persons indebted
| to said estate are requested to make payment
and those having claims or demands will make
| known the same without delay.
W. H. WILLIA
© 40-20.5¢ MRS. JENNIE WILLIAMS,
SS TEELING SILVER. ....
..... TABLE WARE,
SILVER PLATED WARE.
eA — ———
F. C. RICHARDS SONS
High St. opposite Arcade,
THE WALTER L. MAIN’S
GRANDEST AND BEST
SHOWS ON EARTH,
Bg ————— rn mr mn te
Coming in all its vast entirety for one
day only, at
BELLEFONTE, TUES. MAY 28,
PRESENTING WONDERS, FEATS AND......
FEATURES FROM EVERY KNOWN LAND
Athletic Sports and Pastimes of the Ancient
Scores of Dens of rare Wild Beasts.
10 kinds of music.
Hundreds of people.
Countless number of horses
and innumerable novelties, all in the
Magnificent Street Parade, more than
a mile in length, and free to all.
“WALLACE” THE WORLDS......
«..ONLY REAL RIDING LION.
: This king of beasts :
: positively appears at :
: every performance rid- :
: ing, unharnessed and :
! blooded Arabian steed. :
A full score of lady and gentlemen riders of
world-wide repute. A band of Swarthy
sons of Arabia. Ethnological Congress
of strange people.
—CAPT. PIERRE PERIER—
will daily make two dives from the top of a
tower 100 feet high, free, in the open air,
at 10:30 a. m., and 6.30 p. m,
One ticket admits to all the combined shows.
Walter L. Main.
= SUMMER COMPLAINT,
and relaxed Condition
of the bowels there is
| nothing better than
PRICE 25 Cis.
ALL TOLD, BENEATH
00 0 000
THE SHINING SUN.
26 SOUL STIRRING RACES 26
A DOUBLE TROUPE........,
vereneed OF ROYAL JAPANESE.
40 21 3t
etesssrs HEADACHE WAFERS,
Have attained a very large sale,
Because they do the work, are
the cheapest and those who
use them recommend
them to others.
25 ets. for box of 12, at
Daniel Irvin's Sons,
I: CASH HARDWARE.
Two complete exhibitions daily at 2 and 8 p. m+ :
Doors open one hour earlier.
A GOOD 2 HOOP WOODEN
PAIL, 10 CENTS,
Whitewash brushes from 5 cents up,
Poultry netting 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 10, and 12 cents
Rubber hose 6, 7, 8, and 9 cents per foot.
Fly screen wire 4,5 and 6 cents per foot.
Horse shoes, iron or steel. £3.50 per keg.
Lewis’ white lead, 6 cents per lb.
Our own brand White Lead, 514 cts. 1b
Lt is not because we love profit less,
but because we love business more.
We are selling suits for $10.00 that
are equal to the onessold elsewhere
for $15.00. It 1s a new departure in
the clothing business of Bellefonte,
to give such values.
BUT WE FIND IT PAYS.
Our sales on these goods have
been enormous; your confidence
and good judgment having made
it possible for us to actually save
you a five dollar bill on a ten
+e WE ARE SATISFIED.......
Onur profit on the whole is just as
large as if we sold only 3 as many.
The gap made in our stock by your
liberal patronage last week Las been
filled and we are ready once more
to please all comers, even better
than before. The season being so
far advanced enabled us to make
several large purchases of suits that
were intended to retail at from
$18.00 to $20.00. We have plac-
ed them on our counters at the
had better join your neighbor, get
quick sale price of $10.00.
in the procession and see these
goods. They wont last long and
you only will be the looser if you
buy before seeing them,
Mens’ blue and black serge suits,
strictly all wool, elegantly made,
usual price $10.00, our price $7.00.
Siena; AND MILLINERY.
The history of this store does
not date very far back.
We started right and we have
been gaining in public favor ever
WE UNDERSELL the market,
and every one in this vicinity, who
buys Dry Goods knows it.
We consider ourselves under a
a written contract with every cus-
tomer to always show the largest
stock, to always make the right
prices and to always sell the very
We state that our stock of Wash
Goods is the finest that has ever
been shown in Bellefonte. It is
made up of the newest and most
popular fabrics, made in our own
and foreign countries.
American Zephyr Ginghams Scts.
these have never been sold here
Barnaby Zephyr Ginghams 11cts.
French Ginghams genuine import-
ed goods, worth 25cts. now only
Good Staple Challies scts.
% wool Challies 12%cts.
French strictly all wool Challies,
beautiful styles, now 25cts. ; these
are worth half a dollar anywhere.
American printed Dimities 1octs.
French printed Dimities, the very
THE NEW FABRIC.
French Plisse Imported goods
25cts. We have the same thing
made in this country at 18cts. The
styles are BEAUTIFUL.
Cotton Ducks at 9, 10 and 12cts.
Black Organdies at 10cts.
3o different styles of White goods
from 5 cents to 23 cents.
Dotted Swisses all qualites.
Printed China Silks 24 cents.
5oin. all wool Suitings 49cts.
36in. half wool Suitings r6cts.
We are showing the correct
things in Ladies’ Waists. A waist
is all right if the pattern is correct
and the fit right—this is the kind
we sell. Prices 25 cents and up-
There are values that are only
obtainable at this store. The
goods ore all right or your money
The enormous business we have
done in the last 3 weeks in this de-
partment has proven to us that
you know we are RIGHT in styles
and prices. Two very important
things when you are buying.
STYLE, TASTE in TRIMMING,
and FINE MATERIAL tend to
make a hat look beautiful, all this
combined, with our extreme low
prices, renders our Millinery De-
partment irresistable to buyers.
We positively guarantee to make
you a more stylish and handsome
hat for $3.00 than you can get in
any other establishment for $6.00.
Business Building Prices at the
KATZ & CO. Limited.