Newspaper Page Text
VHE 0 sNTBfi REPORTER
THURSDAY JULY 17. 1873-
LOCAL WlWt.—Our friends, every
where, will oblige u* by sending us local
news of interest. . , , , .
CIRCULATION. -The circulation of the
Kkiuktea, on thia aide the county, I*
arger than that of all other |<epe In the
county. Businea* men will therefore find
this one of the best advertising medium*.
Wo invite all interested to come and in
spool opr lUt for themselves.
UKtTTANCKS.— AII monies for sub
scription will be Credited on the subscri
ber s address, each week : by referring to
which our patron* can at all time* see now
heir account# stand, and a receipt >s by
this system carried upon each copy of the
Two hands of All. Hosterman, lshler
and Kunkel, on last Thursday, killed a
black snake in the hay field, measuring
nearly 6 feet In length.
--—ln Union county, about a mile and
a half from Lcwitburg, i* a log building,
erected in 1713. The house was made
very strong so a* to afford protection from
the Indians. On its log* can be seen hun
dred* of marks made from Indian dart*
And arrows, received during the nume
rous engagement* which the early settler*
of that county had with the savage*.
Wm. B. Mingle showed us an egg
the other day which wa* almost turned to
an angle. We judge the hen waa tryiag
to "square the circle" when it laid that
egg. Men, very often, botch thing* and
why shouldn't a chicken betime*
Tbe best advice we can give thia
warm weather, i* to keep cool— don't even
let your dander get up.
A Cainp matting will be| beld by
tbe Evangelical Association, commencing
Aug. 6, 1873, in the beautiful grove loca
ted two utile# ea#l of Milwburg Ample
provision* will be made by iba committee
for good and substantial boarding at rea
sonable rate#, and alt bnckateriag and
traActag upon tbe grounds will be slriet
ly prohibited all beld amendable
to tbe law
KKV. J. M Losusooar
On Monday afternoon last we bad a
heavy thunder shower accompanied by
The reef of the machine shop, in thix
place, took fire at coon, on last Tuesday,
caused by the heal from lhe cupalo in the
foundry. TUuely discovery prevented a
destruction of the establishment by fire.
A large hole was caused in the roof by the
Rev JU. Wolf, of Baltimore, preach
ed in the Luth. chords, of this place, l*t
Sabbath forenoon and evening.
Rev. J. A. Bright will preach in
Kabersburg on next Sabbath, 3Xb, at 10
a. m., in German, and at Brumgard *
church, in the afternoon of same day, at
TERRIFIC STORM AT BOALSBUBG
On Monday afternoon, 14th, a terrific
thunder itonn pasted over a portion of
Harri* township, destroying building*,
uprooting trees, blowing down lancet, and
scattering the shock* in the grain field*.
At Boalsburg the fine Reformed church
had the gable end blown in, the cone of
the brick wall crushed through the cei
ling carrying all with it through to the
first fioor demolishing seats, chair*, and
damaging the pulpit. The edifice was
elegantly finished on the Inside, and the
damage done it estimated at fretu #ISOO to
s*UO>. Tbo one half ofthe roof on tha on#
aids of the church wat carried by tbe
swrtn a distance ef tenia 25 rod* and
* -dged agaiust the door of the Lutheran
church The one half ofthe roof on tha
opposite a 4 * 110 k!#wa °f■ ?'** 1
i. most remark:'"* ** '"*> " lh J*
church withstood l> •". of , lhe
storm king and still * din U "
umphantly pointing Heaven w '
Rev. Groh, we are inlbrmcd, . ,ooJ J" 1 '
der the church-door when the beck | ***
of the building was crushed in.
In tho mb place the stables of Mr. Sho
uebcrger and of Mr. Whipple's hotel were
blown down, and the shade-tree* on the
premise* of Mr. David Heller were twitted
off a* though they were but plaything* in
tbe path of the storm. Tree* generally
There were no live* lost or injuries to
persoat, so far at we could ascertain. Tbe
dark clouds accompanying this hurricane,
we were Tiewing at the time from our of
fice windows, a distance of 0 sjx mi'.es en
an air line, up tbe valley, and we were ap
prehensive of somethnig fearful in the lap
oftbestonxi, from appearance of the heav
ens. The fearful path was probably one
fourth of a mile wide, while to the right
and left although the wind blew fiercely,
yet wat not so destructive. The sterm
came from a northwest direction.
Maj. Robbach showed us an egg produ
ced by one of bis common born-rard hens,
that can not readily be beat. It measures
64 by 8 inches, and weighs 34 ounce*
Pob ! we baTe plenty of-girls in Pennr
valley that will "beat" any numbarof such
eggs all to a batter with a spoon and turn
'cm into the nicest sponge cake.
A ARsINSBUBG ITEMS.
Oar correspondent at Aaronsburg sends
us the following:
Dead.—Mrs. Ziegler, whose illness was
noticed in last issue, died on Monday ev
ening, 14th inst. She was buried on Wed
nesday morning, ICth, at 10 o'clock. An
appropriate sermon was preached by Rev.
C. H. Roller. The dee d had been com
plaining for a number of years, but was
confined to her bed only for about six
months. Aged 02 years and some days
Ul—Tho widow Kline, Edwin son of T.
Frank, and Harvey son ot Henry Crouse,
all of this place, are all rather serieusly
ill; also, Jacob H. Wyle has been con
fined to tha house for some weeks past,
aad continues unable to perform any la
Harvest—Our farmers ara dona waking
hay and hava already cut considerable
THE COLUMBIA HOUSE
At Cape May, will receive guest* en and
after June 28tb. Mr. Boltcn, who has
the Washington hotel on Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, and Bolton'• hotel at Har
risburg, is still the proprietor of the Co
lumbia. The Columbia ie located direct
ly upon the heacfa, and ranks high as the
leading family house.
For tho Reporter.
Mr. Kurtz:—Permit me to say a word
in favor of an old democratic stand-by as
a fit person for the democratic nomination
for county commissioner. I mean Sam'l
M. Winter, esq., of Meilt. He is one #f
the worthiest sons of good old democra
tic Brushvalley -, ever active as a Demo
crat, sustains a good character, and is fully
qualifad for the place. He woald make
a storting Commissioner, and be true to
tho interests of our county. There has
been no Commissioner from Moils twp.
for upwards of 20 years, and her claims
should not be overlooked. P. D.
Au Act, to prevent stallions, bulla,
buck sheep, and boars, from running at
large in Clariou and Centre counties.
?e. 1, From and after the passage or
this act it shall not be lawful for any stal
lion. bull, buck sheep, or boar, to run at
larre in the counties of Clarien and Centra.
Sec 2, Th*t it shall be lawful far any
person to capture and take up anv stallion,
bulL buck sheep, or boar found running
at Targe as aforesaid, And to detain the
*ame until the owner or owners thereof
shall claim and demand said property
and pay to tha person so taking up and
detaining the same, the sum of five dollars
ior each and ayery stallion or bull, and two
dollara for each and evary buck sheep or
boar together with fifty cents per day tor
the keeping of the same for each and every,
day from the capture to the reclamation
pf the said animal or animals; Provided,
that it shall be tbo duty >f the person to
taking mid animals, within twenty-lour
hour* t borealtor to rive notice to tbe own
er or owner* of said captured, where *uch
owner or owner* ere known, end where
such owner i* unknown to give nuolic nt>-
ttce by three printed or written handbill*,
put up in the most public piece* in the
township or borough in which said animal
waa token up. properly describing such
animal and name the time and place
where such annual will l> sold if not re
claimed by the owner or owners thereof,
and in case no person appears within ten
day* after such notice or advertisement to
reclaim said animal by paving the sums
hereinbefore provided for, then it shall be
thoduty of the person having poseasion of
the said animal at the timo specified in
such notice and advertisement, to sell eve
ry such animal at public sale or outcry,
and after deducting the penally end cost*
of keeping hereinbefore provided for, end
the coats of advertisement if any, to pay
the balance to the treasurer ol the school
fiind of said township or borough, for the
use or benefit of the owner ol such animal
if claimed by him within one year after
See. 8, That the provision* of lb* second
section of this act shall not be enforced in
case* where such animals have broken out
of, or escaped from good end sufficient en
closure* without any negligence or default
on the part of the owner except *e far a*
relate* to the cost of keeping auch animal
during lh period of detention by the per
son capturing the same.
Approved, April 10lh, 1873.
DKV AST ATI N(T CX >N FLAG R A
TION AT GRAND RAPIDS,
Grand Rapid*. Mich. July 13.—At
three o'clock to-day this city, wa* vis •
itod with another terrible aud devas
tating fire. It wm firat discovered in
au alley near bridge street. A house
and ham located on Kent street took
fire, aud being very dry and • high
wind blowing within a very few
minutes wa* one sheet of dame.
About twenty acre* of ground were
burned over and two huudred build
iug* consumed. The lose cauuot be
less than $300,000. It i* impossible
at this time to give the amount of in
surauce, hut it will approximate to
00,000. At this hour the fire- is en
tirelv under control, and no further
damage is probable.
ATTEMPT TO FIMC TUB EXPOSITION
London, Julj 9. —A special dis
patch FIOTN Vicuna ID (he Standard
says: Au attempt was mad* yester
day by an incendiary to fire the exhi
bition buildings. Correpondents of
the London journal* and other per
sons who have returned here from Vi
enna hiut that the buildiugi will
probably be burped soon.
J AL S K REPORT S.—The report*
which have been circulated through Penn
and Bruah rallie* that I am not in the
Butchering Buaineo* any longer, Aat
FALSI. lam prepared to par Caih (or
fat cattle. Correspond an is midrua* me at
It \YM U. HARTKK.
MUSICAL NOTICE.-The undersig
ned ukee this method of informing his pa
trons and friends that his neit course of
music lesson* will commence in about two
weeks and be confined to the following
places, via: Kebersburg, Millheim, and
Aaronsburg, twice a week at each place.
Persens wishing to attend the Normal
School at Rebersburg, under lbs direction
of Prot. Henry Meyer, can avail them
selves of this opportunity. Terms mode
rate. WM. T. MEYER.
We are authorised to announce the
name of Jno. B. Mitchell, of Ferguson
township, as a candidate for County Treas
urer, subject to tbe decision of the Demo
cratic County Ccbrerttion.
We are authorized to announce tba
name of Thomas Yearick, of Hains town
ship, as a candidate for County Treasurer,
subject to the rules of the Democratic
We are authorized to announce the name
of Mr. Samuel Frank, of Mile* township,
as a candidate for Commissioner. Subject
to the decision of the Democratic County
We are authorized to announce the cam*
01 " Henry Cornman, of Miles township, as
a cane. •** ' or Commissioner. Subject to
the decision? 9t th ® Democratic County
Wa are authorized to dnnouncothe name
of Mr. S. M. Winter, ef M..'?* h>*nship, as
a candidate for Commissioner. übjoct to
tbe decision of the Democratic County
We are authorized to announce the
name of Jonatb. Krearaar.of Harris twp.,
as a candidate for Com missioner. Sub
ject to the decision ofthe democratic ooyn
SOMETHING NEW ! Mr. J. C.Sprin
ger ha* opened, st Centre Hall, opposite
&e bank, an ICE CREAM. CONFEC
TIONERY and SHAVING SALOON I
Nicely flavored Icecream to be had every
Saturday, and a full assortment of Confec
tioneries and Cigars always on hand.
Call in if you want a nice, clean Shave,
or wish your hair trimmed in style. Mr.
S. wilt be thankful for a liberal share of
public patronage. Htjulm
—Tut Cam-tic Cot'XTY Mokssal Iffari-
Ti'Ti. —The eighth annual session will ba
held at Centre Hall, commencing on Tues
day, July 22nd All teachers and those
preparing to teach are cordially invited to
Cents* County can boast of many flrst
clas* teacher*, but grg bay# not enough of
these to supply all our schools, and are
obliged annually to employ those wboara
scarcely as well qualified a* some of their
pupils, and who know little oi nothing
about tbe science of teaching. Tbe result
of this js poor schools—too dear at any
price, or total failure. 4 higher standard
must be reached The people demand it,
and directors are becoming more exacting
Salaries are graded in proportion to abili
ty, and as the number of competent teach
ers increases, poorly qualified one* will
find it difficult to secure situation* at any
Prof. C. W. RUhel, now teaching in tha
Cumberland Valley Slate Normal School
and so well known to opr teacher*, ha*
been engaged to a*i*t the County bugor
inlendent in conducting the In*litute.
Tha Literary Hocisties—The Excelsior
and Eureka—will meet once a week.
Daily instructions will be given in meth
ods of management, pnd methods of teach
ing. Special attention will be giver, to
Vocal Music, Physietogy end drawing-
All the books used can be procured at
Centra Uall. Tuition will range from #0
to #lo,—five dollar* to be paid in advance
and remainder during term. Ample pro
vision has been made to accommodate all
who may attend—price of board and fur
nished rooms per week $3. StudenU upon
arrival will please call upon the teachers
who will designate suitable boarding
places. K. M MAGKB.
)una2tt-2t Co. Supt.
On 9th, at tbe residence of Harry Reeeer,
in Patton twp., Kacbeal, widow of
Andrew Muster, aged 88 years.
On 25th ult, at Kebersburg, Isaac, son
of Half and Emma Muster, aged 3 years,
5 months, and 21 days.
At Mt. Carroll. 111., January 28th, 1873,
Mrs. Mary A, wife of Goo. W. Woodriog,
aged 86 years. 8 month*, aid 29 days.
Mrs. Woodring was a daughtorot Mr. F.
Mogla, of Kockgrove, Stevenson county,
her funeral took plase at Cedarvillo. She
leaves a husband and five children to
mourn her loss.
On 3 inst., by Rev. W. W- Crilgy, of
Lock Haven, Mr. Aaron H. Bower, of
Logansville, (formerly of Aaronsburg,)
to Miss Amelia M. Phillips, of Lock Ha
- ven. We wish Aaron and his bride much
On 13th ult, by Rev. W. M. Landis,
Mr. W. P. Bnum. of New Berlin, Union
county, ;tc Mi** Maggie J. Strayer of
i a DMINIHTRATOBS NOTICE.—Let
f /\ ter* of administration on tbe estate
ot Elizabeth Heckman, late ofGreggtwp.,
I dee'd have been granted to tho under
i signed, wbo requests all persons knowing
themselves iudebUd to said estate t make
r immediate payment, and those baying de
r mands against the same to preaant them
, junh 12-Ct Adm'r.
THK (5 UK AT STORM
1M M F.NSK DESTRUCTION OP PROP
Acrta of Grain Ruined iu Illinois.
Cincinnati, July A- The following a(J
counts of the damage* to crops and build
ings. and estimated losses by th< recent
rains, have been received here
in Ohio, throughout Fayette county,'
oats, wheat and corn have been seriously!
damaged, many tree* uprooted, and one.
barn demolished. The loss i* estimated at
$3,000, outside of crvps. In Washington
county crops w ere considerably beaten j
down and damaged An estimate of the.
toas cannot be made, the report* not being
In Belmont county sivemi acre* of tim
ber wore destroyed. For a mile around
Helmviit nearly all the fences were blown
down, admitting the stock into the grain
fields. The wheat and corn wore also flat
tened out. la Morrow oounty, in the vi
cinity of Cardington, on Thursday and
Friday the storm levelled the fences and
timber in all directien*. Many valuable
orchards were ruined
The loss iu Frauklin county i* cstiiua
lad at from $30,000 to SIOO,OOO. The bottom
lands were covered with water, destroy- i
ing the crop*. Fart of the canal in the
town of \\ lnchester is under water, com
pelling some of the drms to stop busineas.
In the southern portion of Licking county '
the crop* of all kinds a*e badly damag
Tli* Nswark, Somerset and Straits ville
railroad suffered severely. Twenty-fire
mile* oflnu-k war* washed out, and tev erj
*1 bridge* destroyed. In Clinton county
the grain in shocks, and that standing in
the fields, was alike prostrated, making it
necessaiy to cut a great part of it by hanj.
In the southern portion •fl.reen county
the wheat crop* suffered. The estimated
loss is front fifteen to twenty percent. In
other portion* of the county the lo* i* con
siderably lighter. The weather i* *tili
showery, and unlet* it clear* up oon the
wheat crop, which i* tjead ripe, will be
In Mingurn county, Zanosville, Wash
ington, Perry, Wayne, and Knox town
*hip* *uftored meat damage to the gtowing
crop*, not le*a than slo,Ott.l, betide* a
heavy lo** on timber.
In the southern part of Huller county
the r*in damaged the crop*. A large lot
of timber wa* aio blown don n. jn Clark
county the damage wa* not great, except
in extra work, and inconvenience in har
vesting the prostrated grain.
In Union county the wheat crop i* bad
ly damaged throughout, especially along
the creek*, where whole field* are destroy
ed. fn J*ickaway county the crop* were
destroyed and gashed away, the approxi
mate loe* being SIO,OUp. To this may ba
added the braom crop within three utfU*
ofCircles ille, s'2o,UU>.
In Athens county, at Nclsenville, the
Hocking river overfiowed and inundated.'
the lower part ot tho town. A large num-'
her of families were compelled to leave
their house* and contents and fly for life,
to sudden and unexpected did the flood
come. The crop* in the bottom land* are
a total lots.
Tbe damage to tbe crop* is estimated at
SIO,OOO. A great number of families liv
ing along the river in tbe vicinity of
Alhons were compelled to move to higher
ground. The MarietU and Cincinnati rail
road track is covered with water too deep
to allow the passage of trains.
In Fairfield county the lots of public
and private property is estimated at over
half a millian dollars. Many of the low
farms were swept of everything but the
buildings. The Harking canal will not be
repaired this summer, having dftecu large
breaks within a distance of twenty-five
Tbe Krarnen canal is six feet under
water. On the morning of tbe 4lh inst.
four bridge* of the Cincinnati and Mus
kingum and Hocking Valley railroads
were wrecked- The ;Hocking canal and
river hare been made one stream by the
In the southeastern part of Indiana se
vere losses aro reported. In Unoon coun
ty the crops are damaged .from ten to fif
teen per cent. In Ripley county the
wheat suffered badly. In Decatur county
the wheat yield will be but one-fourth of
In Shelby county two-thirds of the
wheat is sprouting very fast In Dear
born county the losses in tho crops will be
far up In the thousands. The same re
port cent** from Fayotte county. Corn
will'only yield three-fourths of a crop-
Cincinnati. July 9.—A hurricane swept
ever Odin, Illinois, last night unroofing
the Methodist church and otherwise
wrecking that building. The Methodist
church and railroad engine house at Sa
lem, Illinois, were destroyed. Orchards,
miles of fences and thousands of acre* ef
corn were blown down.
At Hgyrjsbprg, 111., the storm blew
dewn a circus lent woilo lull of people.
The lamp* fired the canvas but the fire was
At Carini, 111., on Friday last, a lad
named Upton while driving a reaper was
killed by lightning, a* also were his two
horse*. A terrible storm visited thai
place last night, demolishing orchards,
fence* and crop;. Several men and hor*c*
were killed by tbe lightning.
Springfield, 111., July B.—To-day it the
first for a week or more that rain has not
fallen in this section of the slate. Yestcr
dsy and for several days previous it rain
ed in torrents in southern and central Il
Tbe country is almost deluged yiti,
water. Great damage has been done to
wheat, oats and hay, which in the south
ern part of the state had just been harvest
ed, while in central Illinois harvesting
had just begun. Grain in southern IHi
nois is reported sprouting, and jn the cen
tre it is blown down, so that great quanti
ties of it will bp Jotf, * it will be impossi
ble to harvest it. Although the streams
are much swollen no damage to property
is reported. The corn crop is not much
damaged by the rains.
Love and Desertion.
THE GOODRICH MYSTERY KD;
KATE WALT HA* THE MURDERESS.
Site Makes a Full Confession.
New York, July 11.—The Goodrich I
murder mystery has been solved. The po- ,
lice have found in the trunks of Kate
Stoddard, now under arrest, at her board*
ing house Goodrich's rings, seals, pocket
book and money, which is no doubt the
same he had in his po.sosin at t),c time
he was murdered. A pistol with three
chambers empty, and which it jis suppos
ed she used to commit the murder, was
found in her trunk. Kate's real name is
supposed to be Lizzia King.
Kate Stoddard, under arrest for the
murder of Goodrich, in Brooklyn, proves
to he Minnie Waltljam, of Middle
borough, Massachusetts, whero her pa
rent* are living. She has made the fol
lowing statement of the murder to the po
lice : She had been living with "Charlie"
as she called the deceased, and was great
ly attached tobim- He wanted to cast her
off but she loved him so much that she
could not leave him. She entreated on
her knees that he would allow her to re
main, but he was firm, and in fact, brutal
to her in hit treatment of her, and the
Thursday before the Friday on which the
body was found was the day fixed for her
te leave him, h* thrpatening her with all
torts of things if the dared to trouble him
She had remained in tho house in J)e
grtw street all the previous evening, and
in the morning whan Goodrich got up she
again besought him not to cast her off
Ho was very angry and refused her request
'or to hear Iter at nil Ho thou wont Into
the basement at tho front of tho home and
profitedod to light n heater tharo. Sho
lovod tho man *>> much thai oho could not
Icavo him, and that when alio raw him de
termlncd to dUcard her, tho worked hor
telf to murder him
She had one of the revolver# lit her
peokct (not the one which the detective*
found lying at lliehoute betide the eorpte)
ami while tloodrlch wat stooping down oil
one hand and knee, in the act of light
ing the heater, the draw the pittol, and,
extending her hand toward him, thouted
"Charlie." He looked up, and the iholl
him three time*.
1 Tht'tt* u tire tlu< f'tttal * nuiiila which I lit*
j post mortem examinaUen disclosed. Af
ter the committed the murder on Thurs
day morning, she waited all that dnv and
night n the house watelilng it Friday
morning *hs had occasion to go to New
York, and early on that morning she
washed the blood from the faceoflhe
murdered man with a towel, which she af
terward wrung out, and which was also
found damp by the police.
She fixed tha corpse as it was discover
ed, and when she had done this she went
over to New York for something or oilier
! and was nboul to return to the house that
1 Friday evening She CMIIIO over Fulton
ferry, and ere she had fairly put her fool
on the street she heard the news boys cry
ing out.' ''Extra I" "Murder of Charles
Goodrich." She bought an Eagle, return
ed to New York, and the rest is known.
| PISTOLS ATA BREAK FAST TABLE.
[From the Baltimore Sun ]
Winchester. Vs., July 6 A terrible
traJegy occurred yesterday morning at
I the residence of Franklin Little, a highly
respectable eilixen of Clarke county, Vir
ginia, about seven miles from this place,
in which six brothers, Clinton, Columbus,
[Gilbert, Wallace, Oscar, and Lycurgus.
were involved, it seems that the brothers
have been at variance for some time, the
cause of being jealousy that has existed
directly between the oldest brothers, Clin
ton, Oscar, and Lycurgus.
On Saturday morning us part of the
family were at breakfast, Oscar am) Ly
curgus entered the dining room, locked
the door alter thcui, one putt'ug the key
in his pocket. Then one of them took a
seat near the door, the other off from the
table- Oscar, addressing himself to Clin
ton, said that they had nothing against
him and did not want him to interfere in
what they ware about te Jo. Clinton
jumped from his seal, but before lie could.
speak Oscai and Lycurgus drew their re
volvers and aimed at him and the rest of
the family at the table and tired, wound
ing Clinton and their mother, Mrs. Little
The fight then .became general among all
the brothers, lasting some minutes. All
were severely wounded except Wallace. '
By this time somo of the belligerents had 1
gotten outside the house.
• Lycurgus and Oscar then started to run. I
Columbus a drew revolver and fired at, 1
the murderous brothers without effect, the
distance being too great. Gilbert, who
was standing near, ran into the house and 1
brought out a ride, fired at Oscar at lung
range, wounding hiui ill tho leg. Ho was
captured by Columbus and Gilbert, ,
and held until the arrival wf neigh- t
bors, |je was taken to Berryv tile '
and lodged in jail. i
Clinton died after lingering a couple ol i
hours in intense agony. The mother is in i
a critical condition. A post-mortem ex- i
amination of the body of Clinton was held ,
by Drs. Soiucrville, Miller, and Wilson.
Internal hemorrhage was found to be the I
cause of death, tbe ball entering abova i
the right hip bone and lodging in the left 1
knee. A coroner's inquest was held, aud j
a verdict rendered that "Clinton Little :
uamo to his dnath by a pistol shot, fired
preiueditatedly by his brother Lycurgu-."
The examination will take place at Berry- i
vile on Monday. The excitement is great
in Clarke county against the brothers Os
car and Lycurgus.
THJTYOL'DOU FESTIVAL IN NEW ,
New Orleans, Juno -I. — Last night the ,
annual Voudou festival of tho negroes was j
held along the borders of the Bayou St. ,
John and the Old Lake. A more disgust- |
ing sight it has never been my lot to wit
ness. An immense number of men and |
women congregated in the evening at par- ,
ticular places, and at a given signal they . ]
all divested themselves of their clothe* to |
actual nakedness. Bonfires were built all
along the shores of the lake, and the whole ;
appearance was such as would almost ,
strike terror into a stout heart. The hor ,
rid orgies wers inaugurated by one wild, ,
unearthly yell, in which all the assembled
crew joined their voices, and for a ,
moment afterwards there was a fearful si-',
lencc. The "worshippers of the demon''
then contemplated their naked forms,.
upon which the fire shone with a ghastly <
effect, and with a hideous yell they began ,
to dance around the fires, singing weird ,
songs and occasionally bursting forth into
a qrild and piercing laugh. The tongs that ,
they sung could not be identified w ilji any ,
living language, but seemed to be a coin- ,
munion of languages, as, occasionally, you ,
would be able to distinguish genuine Kng- ,
lish words, German and French. Around ]
these bonfires they kept rwmdving with |
joined hands for over an hour and a half
without ceasing, uttering their horrid t
yells and singing their wild unearthly ,
songs. On all occasions a woman presides :
over these orgies, under the name of ,
"Queen of the Vaudou," and when they |
ceased dancing round tbe fires they go for
ward and make their submission at Her ,
Majesty's feet, who is usually seated on an i
elevated mound or a large rock, f'hi* ,
Queen retains her title anil dignity during i
life, provided she conducts things with a
proper grace, and she is usually chosen t
out of the most socially elevated clase of <
negroes in the locality. On this occasion |
the old queen, Mario Lavody, did not at- i
tend on account of illness,and her emblem \
of power, a garland of flowers hound round i
tho lieitd, was worn by one Mummy Caro
line, who lias already been named and
acknowledged ns the successor to the
queenly dignity. After tho first part of
the performance was over, Queen Caroline
held her court in an old house on the
banks of the bayou, where sho shone forth
in all the resplendanco of hor nude beauty
I saw, with regret, that thpso degrading
orgies were participated in by young
while girl, about eighteen years of age, and
possessed of more than ordinary beauty
This hideous revel- was prolonged till a
late hour at night, hut its sickening and
disguising character forbids mo entering
into more minute details. Imagine sever
al hundred negroes in an Adamite condi
tion,'dancing, yelling, and singing all
pight around the innumerable bonfires
that wero lighted on the banks of the
K?)>ort is that the Carliat chief Ba
balls has surprised General Caliri
nety's force near Kipoll, killed the
General, taken more than half of his
command piisoners, and captured all
A bat lie has been fought at Banta
Colonia iu which fifty of the Spanish
insurgents were killed.
The ('artists have been driven from
Ban Gueaa ; the town has been sacked
by republican troops, who burned the
factories und iiuulted the women.
The Bpanish Internationalists in
Alcoy have revolted, shot the mayor,
burned sixty houses, aud hold promt
uent citizens as hostages.
London, June W.-T dispatch re-,
ceived here front Constantinople says
reports have been recleved there of a
terrible tyiassupre of Oh rial ia na by Mo
hainmedatis, at (jradiska, u fortified
town of Etirmtean Turkey, in Bosnia,
on the river Save. 270 Christiana are
. reported to have been murdered.
oj MtIDOO RULE.
' To tho Editor of the Itrporlor
' i According to the Timet e mu>t hail nil
1 1 greedy and awiudling cormorant#, tent
*|frant the North to roh tjutheru citizen*.
They are but the loatluome, mLorabloJand
thieving wrvtche# wliich a wicked admin.
' latralioli ami congreaa imputed upon them :
' Were they not >ent among lliem, gohhling
up all the remaining valuable! ut Ihotej
| war-watted ttnte*, governed by bayonet*
and deapotitni ? (til they not pledge the
credit of thoao Commonwealth*, tell their
bondt, plunder their Ireaturie#, and tke*
ilaJJIe with the money 1 Therefore Scott
and llolden, the Siamete twine of corrup
tion and plunder in North and South Car.
olina, what a bleating yau would be to
the aocicty where briuutone U uted for
| fuel only. Hut tlill lliit it not all Ohio
with her big steal it alto doiug her part
| nobly, and the I'retideiil aya "yet,' and
that trttlca the t(uetlion at tlrmly at he had
bottled "old lien ' at Bermuda. Rut we
cannot blame old B*n, for being prepared
for family uae - nor lay all blame to con*
great fur their additional 10, UK) at the lar
gest bail it in the tignalure, $ lull,UK). Ob !
"(Irani' to ut all unqualified praite and
tave ut from any more ji'JUi.UOU for the Te
Tun Sioux Indian tribe—if any one can
And tuch a tribe and the money bat been
appropriated and "flowed away."
The gloriout recomtf uction of Louiaia
na, the duly "hayonotted" Chief-magi*-
teate, under whom a whole etalo mutt bow
in tubmittion -a right to which he hat
uone but by a proclamation granted by one
retiding at l.eng Branch, or toiue where ,
elae— iniffling the odor of the innocent |
fluwert reared by government money, on 1
"portable" ground, at Washington, 1. V„ j
and blooming wherever taken.
Rut farther on we have the brave men
who ute the bayonet in Oregon and to gal- <
iantly and heroically butchered a number 1
,of Modoc prisoner! Jutt tucb men they J
need in Louisiana to uphold Kellogg. The j
bouat of tuperior morality, the growth of r
enlightenment and education under ihit 1
civilized and religiout administration, j
market the difference between the two
outrage#. Capl. Jack and hi* a*#ociale#
fhvuld be shackled and placed among a
thousand helplet* women and children,
anJ Phil Sheriden be left to make another
"midnight assault ' — the result of which!*
of only a few year# past is to well knuwn* L
What a fair example and cotupariton of r
two form# of life, Cbriatian and barbarian. !*
Which it the belter of the two 7 Antwer J'
for youttclvcj. "Do qnto othert a* you 1
would them do unto you." ... c
South Kaiton, IV I)a.v. J
Tit* NKWGAMK AM* Flail LAW.— Many 1
change* were made in the Game >d Fish
I laws during the last session of the Legi*-j
lature That our reader* may be thor
oughly posted on thtwa points, and thu*
avoid making themselves liable to a prose- i
culion through ignorance of ths law, we I
ppblish the following summary of the late I
xct defining the time and manner In!
which fish and game of varieut kind* may j
be taken within tho jurisdiction of thei
Commonwealth ol Pennsylvania.
No |u-rson shall pursue or kill any deer, j
save only from the first day of September;
to the first day of January, in any year.!
The pursuit of deer with dogs is forbidden,
at all lime*. Trapping of deer, except for
family qe, is also forbidden. The penal- j
ty for the violation of tbe above law i a'
fine of |SO. Any constable or town offi
cial may kilt any dog that habitually pur-1
sue* deer, and the owner thereof i liable j
to a penalty of flO for each deer or fawn
killed by such dog. DrovitM, That aoj
much of this section a* prohibits the run-j
ning of deer with dog* *bell not apply to
the counties of Centre, Clinton, Fayette,
Schuykiil and Wyoming.
Gray, Black and Fox Squirrel* may he
killed ouly Irotu the first day of July until j
the first day of January, in each year.!
The penalty fo- violation of this act is a
fia f|S for each squirrel killed out ofj
Babbit* niay be killed from the firt Jay
of October until the first day of February. ;
In any year Tbe penalty for killiug out
of season is $5, for eaoli rabbit so killed, j
Hunting rabbit* with a ferret i forbidden'
under a penalty of $lO for each rabbit so
Wild Turkey* may be killed from the
firt day of October until the flr*t day of
January of each year. Tho penalty for,
killing out of season i. $lO for each Tur- j
key to killed.
Snipe may be killed from the first day of
September until the twentieth.day of April
ofcuchynar. The penalty for killing out*
of season it $lO for each Snipe *o kill
Woodcock may he killed from the fir*t
day of Augukl until the first day f Janua- j
ry of any year. Penalty of $lO for each;
Woodcock kilted out of season.
Field Plover may be killed from thej
first day of August until the first day Jan
uary. Penalty of flOforcach Plover kill- j
cd out of season.
No person *hall kill, ot expose for sale,
or have In hi* er her possession (after the
same bos been killed, any Quail or Vir
ginia Partridge, except only from the first
day of November until the first day ofj
January of any year. The penalty for
killing out of season i* $lO for'each Par-j
tridge so killed.
No penon shall kill or trap or have in
their possession after tho tame is killed,
guy Robin, Nighthnwk, Bparrow, Lark,
Swallow, Cat-bird, Blue-bird, or any oth
er insectiverou* bird, at any time, under a
penalty of $5 for each bird so killed.
No person shall rob or destroy the net
or eggs of any wild bird, excepting such
bird* a are destructive of game and in-;
kcctiverous birds, under n penalty ofslOi
for each offence.
, No person shall, at any time or place,
take any Wild Turkey, Partridge or
Quail, or Woodcock by mean* of any
blind, trap, net or any device whatever,
under a penally of $lO for every bird o
taken. Proridr*! that nothing in thiasec
tion shall prevent tho trapping of game,
for propagation or preservation over win
ter, from the "JOth of December to the Ist
day of February next following.
Shooting on Sunday i* forbidden under
a penalty of $lO.
ESTKAY BULL. Came t>> tin- premi
ses of the undersigned, near Centre Hall,
about three week* ago, n light red hull,
with white stripe upon hi* hack and a
white spot upon hit heath The uwner is
requested to coma forward, prove proper
ty, pay casta and remove tho same, other
wise it will he disposed of according to
IQjulSt C. C. KELLER.
KSTKAY HEIFER.—Camo to the pre
rnise* of the undersigned, near Centre
Hall, about four week* ago. a dark rod
heifer, with white spot on head, and about
two year* old. Tho owner it requested to
MM forward, pCOTU property, pay cost*
and remove the same, otherwise It will be
disposed of nccording to law.
1 EXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters tea
j tamcnlar.v on the estato of Christo
pher Moyei, of Penn twp , doe'd, have
been granted to the undersigned, who re
quest* all |ier*oiis knowing themselves In
debted to said estate to make immediate
payment, and those having demands
against the same to present them duly
authenticated tiy law fur settlement.
B. K. PHILIPS,
S. J. HERRING
June l'2-i Executors
fine assortment of Coffin trimmings,
just received at Miliheim aud Milroy
Hardware stores. Rarr handles, Lace Ac.,
aprlO.Sm W.J. M MANIOAL.
—LIME!—Mr. George Koch ha* taken
charge of tho Limn kiln, near Centre Hall
and will constantly keen on hand a good
quality of Lime Mr. Koch can be found
at tho kiln at any time during the day,
townit upon customers. my 15
B. L. BATCHELLEK A CO.
tVlnto (Yheal $1,55. Red 100... Rye
"A. Coin AO ....<)•! ItA liar Toy tX.
1 70 (Jlu/uraenl A,OO l'otatoe* 4A.
l.ard por pound 7 I'ork nor pound Oil
Ituttor IS Kggt 15, IMailor perton
sl4 Tallow H Itm on K Ham 12 .
WhlU whoat 1,45 ... Rrd whcatl,lW,...Ryc;
OA Corn 42. I laU 5A,...r Barley 00
Clovnmoctl ft.ui Timothyteed, HuO j
Salt 2 60 per #ark ....
Huron Hie ......Hair 16 lluttoi 1.V., *•
t<A I'laaler 0 AO
HOUSE and LOT FOR SALK. A lot
of ground, at I'ofiar't Mill*, thereon orec
teda two-atory dwelling lloute, with good
Wagoniuaker Shoo, a good Stable, and all
necettary outbuiluinjrt, I# offered at pri
vate tale, on reasonable term*. There i* a
well of never failing water, with pump,
near the door. For farther particular*
apply to Mra, KATKSIIAKKR,
l.aprflm Potior* Mill*.
H O T 1 I Kf-lf. b VAN PELT*
(HI rn building a fw FIRST CLASS
It KAI' KKS and M\V KltH for this aea
•tin'* trade, which they warrant in every
respect equal and in some respects superior
to any Machine offered ill this market, and
which they propose to HELL for a little
LESS MoNK\ than BUY olhci Machine*
are *old at. Persons wishing OOOD MA -
CHINKS, with the advantage* of any re
pair* handy at home, will do well to ex
amine our Machine* before purchasing
foreign one*. We will put them all out
on trial Iftmytn'i
i; X KCIJTOR R S~NoTICK.— Letter tes-
I j taiiieuury on the estate of John
Reynold*, of Mi!e lwp„ dee d, have beet,
granted le the undersigned, who request
all per*on* knowing themselves indobted
to *aid estate to make immediate payment,
and those having demand* against the
*ame to present them duly authenticated
by law for kettlement to Mr. JOHN Woi.r,
of Miles twp., to whom I have given a
; power of Attorney, to transact all business
for said estate
A" BITOTISTK1STK ATORVN OTICK. -Let
ters of administration on the estate
ot David Jordan, late of Rotter twp.,
dec'd.have been granted to the under
signed, who requests alt persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate to make
immediate payment, and those having de
mand* against the same to present them
duly authenticated bv law for settlement
JulylO.f.t. Adm r.
U/".* ROH ALL WHO ARK,
ftiTCH Willing to Work. Any!
" person, old or young, of;
either sex, can make from $lO to S6O per|
week, at borne day or evening. Wanted
by all. Suitable to cither City or Coun
try, and any season of the year This is a!
rare opportunity for those who are out of ;
: work, and out of money, to make an inde
pendent living. No capital being required. |
Our pamphlet "HoW TO M Alft A LIV
-IN< 1, giving full instructions, sent on ra-,
ccipt oflOcents. Addresa, A. BUBTONi
A IH . Morrisania, Wostclieater Co, N.Y.
AtiKNTS WANTED every where to sail,
our new and novel Embroidering Ma- '
(uatss. MBd lis BjasSsaSad Cinslsr. la I'm X.Xm
Msaalastanae t'wast—■ *" broadest. bee Yost
Tiff PARLOR COMPANION
Xi) Led f sssUust!
I Ms* usiki la has* sat'
Wsl -t naliO at TVs (ssb A Itnm, Lf. IIYPK I '
IXJ . M Its- SO LA AIMS* Nse TAT
THI'S-TON FLIRTATION SIGNALS :
I (tost aa ismM at gMS I.'aSSM hlsUii sad CtUI
•kits Haass, as Vsatf sUsM, Naa Yost
THE HECK WITH SJU PORTABLE 1
Family Sewing Machine, on abday* Trial;
' atsi *dsaal*at osar all OsllslscHSa issnsiasl. as
nidaadad baas ssatlMi, "in, fall njWSsas
Hsctetia Saaias Mastuae Ca . *■ braadeaf It
THE N K W ELASTIC TRUSS—An im
laHstl tasaattoa It rtuisi Uas Ksytars at all Uasa*
sad sad— las hsitlsst sss'uSss osssssissl atsmta Ills
stsm ales sol-si. sad II l-M us suit sad day. sOaoSs I
S i-armaaasi rata ia a fsa tap MS rXtas. aa4 asal
m> Mall skst raj, nl t. untlm hst.Msa asdared
t<l Is its* asal IsTNs KIaSU Traast asa Htstd
sax * t.l'lll Nabsdi aasa MsUsl iui TVwsaaa
Uau lh) U$ ol Uw fr*s|tt*aili I auly.w*
HARTER BRO S.
Hurtleton, Union county, Pa.
This Tannery ha* now acquired the
reputation of manufacturing some of the
best leather in the State.
Calf Skint and Home made and City
Sole leather, always on hand.
Highest market price paid for Hide*
Plasterer* Hair, Ac ~ alway* on hand.
Hide* left with Wm. Ilarter, in Haine*
tup , will he paid lor at higha*t Cash pri
July 10. If
FRENCH S NEW HOTEL,"
COB. CoßTi.axti A Ntw Cnvaca BT*.,
On the European Plan.
RICHARD I'. FRENCH,
Son of the late Od. Richard French, of
French's Hotel, ba* taken this Hotel,
newly fitted up and entirely renovated
the same. QnitraU* Uxmtnl im fAc BUSI
NESS PART of the City.
Li/iri A (rrntlrmsH t Jfoom* f
The Weekly Son.
ONLY fl A YEAR. 8 PAGES.
The Best Faaxdy Taper - The Weekly
N. Y. Sun, $1 a year. Send your Dol
Tha Best Agricultural Paper.—The
Weekly New York"Sun—B page*, $1 a
year. Send your Dollar.
Thu Best Pelitical Paper —The Weekly
N. Y Run—B pages, $1 a year. Send
The Best Rewspaper - The Weekly N.
Y. Sun—B pages, $1 a year. Send your
Has All ths Newt. -The Weekly N Y
Sun—B page*, fl a year. Send your l>ol
The Best BUry Paper The Weekly N
Y. Sun—B page?, $1 a year. Send your
The Best Feshioi Report* in the Weekly
N. Y. Sun—B page*, $1 a year. Send your
The Bast Market Report* in the Weekly
N. Y. Sun—B pages, $1 year. Send your
The Beit Cattle Report* in the Weekly
N. Y. Sun—B page*, fl a year. Send
The Beat Paper in Every Respect.— The
Weekly N. Y. Sun—B pages, $1 a year.
Send vour Dollar. Address,
THE SUN. New York city.
JUST READY and FOR SALE AT THE
Milroy. A choice iftortuienl of ,
Fine Black, Blue ntul other Cloth Gross
Suit*, Casssiiucre Dress and business suit*.
White, Duck Veil*,
A1 para CoaU, Pants,
and Overalls for
Mi n n and Boys Hats, latest styles of
Gaiters and Slippers.
TRUNKS, VALISKS, and a full stock
of Mem' Furnishing Good*. Prices Low.
Come and examine for yourselves, and
buy at tho Milroy Clothing Store.
junl'Jtf y.KB KIUSK & IJRO.
FA KM KKS AND TEA MSTEKS,
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS!
CurtU' Zink Collar Pads, pronounced
by all who have used it, to bathe best Col
lar Pad ever invented-
They are warranted to cure the worst
I case of sore neck on horses,
i For sale by
1 W. J. M'MANIGAL,
l&junSm at Millheim 4k Milroy,
IHAAC (It'TJUI.MIKIMKX, having
j>urchn*etl the entire stuck of the late
iii in of Bussinan A Guggoiilieiiuar.rx
- oept the leather am! Hhw findings.
,l has tilled up his shelves with a lot of
II aPLKVDID NKW tiOOI*,
* HEADY MADE CLOTHING,
4 DKKMt UOOli*,
1 ' •
boor* A Mitous.
t UATa A CAP*,
AND PANT Y ARTICLE*
1 and is now prepared to accomodate all
i bis old customers, and to welcome all
new ones who may favur him with
their patronage. lie feels safe iu sav
ing that he can please the moat fastidi
ous Call and see.
P. 8. —Mr. Huasman still continues
to deal in
LEATHER AND SHOE-FIN DINGS,
CLOVER and TIMOTUY HEEDS,
in tbe old room, where he may alway
C. F. Herlacher N. Cronmiller.
Fa K8 II Aflftl VA L 1
HEULACHEH AORoNMILLER I
With U> infoitn the ciliteus of Puller *
that tin y have opened su entire new '
j stock of goods in their old quarters, and 1
will keep constantly on hand e full and v
' food assortment of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
consisting of s
and all other kinds o(
Ml line of
NOTIONS and FANCY Goods
Hats A Cape, Boots A Shoes
STONEWARE. CKDAKWAKK, 1
etc., elo . etc.. -
All of which we offrr st greatly reduced
Highest prices paid for country produce.
By strict attention to business we hope to "
merit and receive the patronage or the
Shortlidge & Co..
PROPRIETORS Of THE [
Bellefonte Lime Quarries, i
The only Manufacturers of Lime, burnt
exclusively with wood, in Central
HEA LEES IN
Du Pout's Powder,
Sporting and Blasting Powder on t
Fuse for Blasting,
Ground Fire Clay,
office acd yard near South end of tbe
Bald Eagle Valley Railroad Depot, Belle
fonte, Pa. „ janlO.TS
VOUNG S HOTEL Comer of Third
X and Chestnut Street, Mifflinburg, Pa.
John Showers, Proprietor.
Its Central Location make* it particularly
desirable to persons visiting Town on
business or pleasure.
H. A. Taylor'fi Idverr Attached.
J HARRIS. J II SHROKIT JAHKAVKR.
joii* mis ma. PICTKK IIOFFKR
CENTRE HALL PA.
And Allow Interest,
Government Securities, Gold andand Sell
PETVK Horrxß. Wxi. B. MISOI.K.
LEVI Ml RKiY,
at his establishment at Centre Hall, keep*
on hand, and tor sale, at the most reasona
A Spring Wagons,
' and vehicle* of every description made to
jordar, and warranted to be made of the
be*t seasoned material, and by the most
i skilled and competent workmen. Persons
wanting anything; in his line are requested
to call and examine hi* work, they will
find it not to be excelled for durability and
1,1! VI MIKHAIL
NOTARY PUBLIC, BCBIBNEK AND
CENTRE II A L L, P A.
Will attend to administering Oath*, Ac
knowledgement of Deed*. Jtc, writing Ar
tide* of Agreement, Deed*, dtc, may hi
Tho Best substitute for Oil Cloths, Mat
ting* and Carpets.
Also, Boughton's PATIENT ADJUST.VBLK
and Window Bar. to prevent accidents to
children. Will fit any door, window or
stairway. Price from $1 25 to $2 25.
Also, Boughton's PATENT ADJUMTAIILK
MOSQUITO & FLY SCREEN,
WINDOW OR DOOR,
price for window*, with netting and fix
tures complete, from 50 cents to $1 GO. For
i doors, with netting and fixture* complete,
$2 10 to $4 UU
J. W. Boughton,
1200 Chestnut Street, Phil's.
NE PLUS ULTRA.
No Better Place !
f The subscriber U Just receiving from the
D eitlti Fall Hioek ol
H II M M K R GO 0 1) s
r which ho ha* determined la tell verv
1 rhm|i, consisting of
1)11 Y GOODS and
Print#, Muslins, Oit.r* Canton*, and Woll!
Plannnl*. Ladle* 1 )r" Goods, #uch a*.
Detain*, AI par m, Poplin*, Empress Cloth,
Sateen*, TnmoUe, together with a Ail I
•tork of everything usually kept in th|
Dry Good* line.
' A full stock, consisting part of Ladies end:
Children'* Merino Hou, Culler*, Kid'
glove*, be#i quality ailk and Llile thread,
j Gloves, lloud*. Nubias, Breakfast sbawU, ,
H ATS & CAPS,
I A full assortment of
Men'* Bov'a and Children'*
ol the la teat t> le and beet.
Ready wade, a choice selection of Men *
and Roy's of the newest atyiea and ino
BOOTS & SHOES,!
Great Reduction In Prices Of
We are now prepared to furnish Note
paper at price* far below any that have
ever before been offered at retail in Ibit
Best quality Commercial note paper
at l&cu per quire
Second beat do at 12 ct* per quire
Third beat do at 10eta per quire
Putchaecr* will find thi* to b* of ike
same quality heretofore told In Ibi* pUoe
for 25, 11, and 15 ct* |>er quire, but having
bought our paper at extremely low figure*,
we desire p. give our cu*totur* the full
benefit of the reduction.
Look At This!!
Initial Paper With Chromo!
Plain white 20 " "
Rom lint " 25 "
Two lint* " 40 " "
With a handtome chromo given away 1
with each 40 cent box.
JAMES WELCH it CO..
20 mar If Oppoaite Bush House. j
Now on exhibition at Millheim and Mil
roy Hardware Store*. About S5 different
PRICES RANGING FROM 10 CENTS
TO SI.OO PER BOLT.
Beautiful Gilt Paper at one dollar
Panel Paper and Parlor
A reasonable credit will be given to re
sponsible parti-s fur paper, "or 5 per cent
deducted from price* for cash. Price* are
the aame at both Store*.
Apr 1 4m W J. M'MANIGAL.
Offer* hit professional wrricw to the
public. He i* prepared to perform all
operation* in the dental profession.
s'-tr- 11 eit now fully prepared to extract
teeth akmoluttiy without pain. nivt-73-tf.
KDWARDT EVANS k 00 ,
XURSER YMEX A SEEDSMEN,
Mailed to ApplicanU"tM
lif/rr (by prrmittum) to
Hon. J. S. Black. Washington, D. C.,
Weiaer. Son & Carl, Banker*, York, Pa.
The undersigned now manufacture Ce
ment WARRANTED OP A SUPERIOR
QUALITY, at their kiln*, near Pine
Creek Mill*, in limine* tap. Thit cement
hat already heen uted in large quantities
upon the 1.. C. A S C. R R.. and hat been
found highly talitfaciory upon all job*
where it hat been uted, and at equal to
any now manufactured. The undersign
ed now take pleature in recommending,
and warranting it to all, for ue in CIS
TERNS. WATER PIPES, or whatever
purpose a good quality of Cement it desi
rable. Thu Cement ha* already been
letted far and wide, and rendered the ul
moat *atifartk>B Pcraont, therefore con
structing Cittern*, laying Water Pipe*.
Ac., will find it to advantage to bear thit
in mind, and alto, that they warrant the
article as represented. For further par
MEYER A UOPFKII.
'JO dec if Aarontburg, Pa.
W. A. CURRY,
BOOT & SHOE MAKER
CT.VTRI; II A IX. PA.
Would most respectfully inform thecit
aent of thit vicinity, that he ha* started a
new U.KH and Shoe Shop, and would be]
thankful for a share of the public palroa-]
age. Boots and Shoe* made to order and!
according to style, and warrants hit work |
jto equal any made"elsewhere. All kind*:
if repairing'done, and charges reasonable.
Give him a call. feb 13 ly. I
CENTRE HALL, PA.
The undersigned ha* opened a new es- i
tab lith incut, at hit new shop*, for the
& Spring Wagons,
SLKIOU* AND SLID*,
PLAIN AND FAMCT
of every description .
All vehicles manufactured by him
are warranted to render satisfaction, and at
equal to any work done elsewhere.
He uses none but the best material,
and employ* the most skillful workmen.
Henco they Hatter theiMselves that their
work can not be excelled for durability
Orders from a dUtanco promptly attend
Come and examine my work before
AH kinds of Reparing done.
J. B. BUTTS, Prop'r.
Has first class accommodation ; charg
es reason* Hnr, tf, I
II FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
•! l thauMty Known Jtcetady fur Urtebf. DW
2JM to* card every cw of litii-tr. Ui
*•*• *■ Uen tM. Irritation of .<•>.<*
..f ite KiMUIM Mill IbAMWBMf >. of tk
I kemtio* of Ite KMnor* ai Mudder, • W?
•"" <>f Irlof, DIMiM of lb.< I'rKate f.kMMf,
blow> la the ttadiler (,(-.> r I llrtt k |)ut Deposit,
f4 ,*5 co °'L Mlli; IHjctorcM, and tor Ra
fortMaod IUoMat. i oo.iliuu-u..,f both fesa*,
,| aiteadnd with tSTtetlwrtag rrmpumm: Lew*
,l! <* * Moyorr. I'iff.' '.IT of Urn. to-
I* Wjrti Korraa, Wak<io., in Ua
11 i 5&! l !" ~Ue0,, H 1h-! * R"=P'l.o oft Ik" Fam,
f- 'til fnaaiiiianiii lasWiiiSi if rbntjsUßi. hi
t'aod by pawns te U *<••• in* or of
Hfr; after caaSotmast or b,U r judos. bed-wt*.
UM la children rlc
aasy tfwltou peer.lew to UUoa.UoCs
tract Pacta to Bireqaala* >/ uy ether icuiedy—
As la Chi'roU orlftttrpiteii, Irm-BUrUy, m-
I'kartted wl> i irraa i of'tho ttera*!bßa!
corrbaa or Whites. KterUiiy. and for aIT row
|ffl*ixi4i indUUtt to tk It la omwribad
rxtcatieeijr by the sot e.iu<:.i Phyaldaiia aal
MMwiraa for rafeobted ao4 iMkiie cjutlta.
<: >. of both arter and aU a gr§.
■CKAKWKY* KXTR.IIT BICHC,
fVrro llftmmt f>Wr Dora faamfaMaL"
U4*u af i/urifxiUtm, Hi , to all ibetr ctacw, at
f-ilif <-x|r>r IHiie or no cb*a la dial, tao la
root rattan* r, a0 noft<otuie. It caoaoa a fro
aoctti (Jrwl/tr, aod glraa striwrtb to urtaatrL
thereby mtorla* ObMNMLrr>e-'.tUs( and
Carta* Steteiarta of the Cretbrs, Alleyta* Ma
MMI ! f tITTI fTHMTIkHh, to twthiadaaaof dta
aaaee, and eApeUu.* all prMwfcias mailer.
KKIRHIiy** EXTtt.tCT HVCHf,
I! 80 per bottle or fix bottle* for 08. fearatf
te u.y addrcaw. terete from obsmatfcm. ~di by
draayata arari obarm. brwanf be
juSAfbfJfY A 'te. lot Da *f Jf. T.
aU kttarr for lofomaruoa abvald bo
avoid quacks and iMtPoaTda.~
■ CUrgs let Iffia s OoasUtatleE.
I>r J. B ifwetl Graduate of Jftrmm Mtdiotl
(00*9* roUadelpUa, aatbor of ararl vaioabla
MOflLl Up b cuftMkhMl Ofi |V tooMH uf t iMI
: Sexual Cnoary Orr-i-t. tftifcli bo baa toad*
s aa aepadai ad\ nsLcr in ma. -or fraaate. no
from wtoi otsiio eertgitisUiijg, or of towr
pUh-iedi ii£ A IffjKiKlß t f clU'tf riutofttMl
to titol tttonuMMi wMii s®creise.. giuw
injgH q Qnff*t riMiiifiiiTiiilii Tboto ftl * idSs-
Uiict out furwtni toltw danol2u!| #)
gt <* tttduciiuE Ump to lnvtitt iKMAMt
bond fur tSa (Add* b /Mb Prior id crat*.
i. M. uxvrr. M a. 1-hrMcte aad Berxraa,
UHlfuw w.,Br Xotk.
The aalca of fiewind auchinra ia lbT2, ad
re|nrU'J under oath, ia ItCS, to own
er* of the Sow-its* Machine J'tl< at* "Z
thow that the
SING K H
MAN CFACTi: KING CO.
1 -Art Year Sold
3M9Hmore than in 1H?1,
Ninety per ce&L of them being for
Tui is Oru
4 5,0 0 0
More Sewing Machines than were
•old by any other company
during the same period, and
of all the Machines eold in 1572,
Principal Office of
The Singer Mamtfkrfnriag Co.
34 Ukion Sqcarf-
Philadelphia, efflee, UOGC*be.tnut St.
The Chamoion of the World.
ffs T - *3T-"" "".'ff'" Xn
110 ui - s a|£f WACHtats |>M
[its is , fifirtit* f f|
The new Improved American Button*
Hole Ovcraeaming and Complete
Sewing A/achinc —The great
est machine of the Age !
Siniplclty, Durability A Cheap
*u*r*Titccd. All order* ron|Uy attend
ed to. A. I-. BAfkltiEli.
Agent for Centra' County
j M A !>ISoN BCKIi, Pa.
Aliegneucy Street, Bcllefonte, P-
D. JOHNSON & SONS, Proprietors.
A FIRST CLASS HOTEL, COMFORTABLE ROOMS
PROM PT ATTKNI>ANCE.
ALL THK MODERN CONVENIEN
CES—AND REASONABLE Charge*.
The proprielor* offer to the travel in*
public, snu to their country fiicnds, lirrt
class accommodations and careful atten
tion to thaw ants of yuests at all times, at
fair rates. Careful hostlers and good stable
i ling for horses. An excellent table well
served. A Bar supplied with fine liquors.
: Servants well trained and everything re
?uisito in a first class Hotel. Our locatioa
in the business part of the town, noartbe
Post Office, the Court House, the Chur
ches, the Banks, and the p ineipal place*
of business, renders it the most cliaibla
place for those who visit Bellcfoete on buu
An Omuibus will carry passengers
and baggage to and from all trains
free of charge.
A Fine German Chromo.
We send an elegant Chromo, mount
ed and ready for framing,
free to every Agent for
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE 4
nr TJWS. w. KNOX.
942 Pago* Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings.
Relates Incidents and Accidents beyond
the Light of Day; Startling Adventure*
in *ll parts of the World ; Mines and
Mo-le Working them ; Under-current* of
' Society; Gambling and its Horrors : Cav
erns and their Mysteries; The Dark Way*
' of Wickedness; Prisons and their Secret*;
Down in the Depths of the Sea; Strange
Stories of the Detection of crime.
The book treats of experience with
brigands; nights in opium aens and gamb- -
ling hells; lire in prison; Stories of exile*;
adventures among Indians; journeys
through Sewers and Catacombs; accident*
in mines ; pirates and piracy; tortures of
the inquisition; wonderful burglaries ; un
. derworld of the great cities, etc., etc.
i AGENTS WANTED
1 for this work. Exclusive territory given.
Agents can make SIOO a week in selling
this book. Send for circulars* and terms to
J. B. BURR lit HYDE,
Hartford, Coa#.i U4o#o Jtt.