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Oantm Hall, Pa.. CM- ir '- 187: '
TERMS.— The Rsroants I- |.ublihed
weakly at $3 per year, in advanr*. or *.>
whan not paidin advance. Yorat v month*
*Advartie?in#tt ta fI,W per •1""'* fl *"
Una*) for threa inertion. Adv,-rtlreuienU
for 3, 6 and IS months, at rodured rate*-
Any person sending u *• ""'.'. iii !l
naw auhtcribwr. with the ca-h ill re
ceive tha RaroaTaa one rear lr.<
One of the argument* of the radt
calc, last presidential campaign
against the election of Greoly, waa,
that a defeat of Grant would disturb
the financial matters of the country.
We tiow soe that Grant's election has
brought about that condition of af
fairs in its worst |**sible shape.
w • S#- """
The vote cast in tbia county ou last
Tuesday, was a light one. hundred,
did not go to the polls. Ihe case i
the same throughout the state—no
where has a fall vote been cost.
Those minor elections are often of the
utmost importance, and the ciliseo
who stays away from the polls because
no presideut or goveruor is to 1* elect
ed, neglects an iaipoi taut duty.
President Ought to l>o.
[Ftvm the *Vw Pari Tribnte ]
The most alarming development of
the time, however, is an irregularity
in the Treasury of the United t>latrw,
By the failure of the Kii< National
Bank of Washington, the fart cantelo
light that Mr. Secretary Kichardaou
had deposited in that institution $187,-
782 of the public money without ©-
curitv. We call this an irregularity ;
is it not worse; is it not a distinct vio
lation of the Banking act. which
makes.it obligatory upon the Secreta
ry to require of the bauks chosen as
depositors of the public money "satis
factory security by the dej*ii of
United S ate# bonds or otherwise ' b>r
its "safe keepiug and prompt la
ment ?' Mr. Richardson allowed the
bank to hold $287,782 of the public
money ou the security of only f lUO,-
000 ill bonds ; and it is charged that
he did this against the remonstrances
of Treasurer Spiuner, after the un
soundnms of the bank had been ascer
tained by the official examiner.
The defaulting Presidents, and cash
iers. and secretaries, and clerks can be
puniahed by the law if they are ever
caught. The loosely mauaged h nka
and other institutions must pay the
penaltv of mismanagement iu finan
cial loss and the ruin of their busi
ness. But what shall be done with a
Secretary of the 1 reasnry who, by
disregarding the imperative provisions
of the statute for the benefit of pol iti
cal friends, allows the tuudsr f the Uoi-1
ted States to be swallowAl up in a
bankrupt institution? If President
Grant has any regard for public sen
timent and any desire to regain the
confidence of business men, he will
deal with Mr. Richardson's delinquen
cy promptly and sharply.
The SlufTTeechentare lade of.
A significant cjiumeut upon tha
capacities of many teachers cornea fmm
Elizabeth. N. J., whara applicant* f„ r
positions in the public schools have
just been examined. A dozen would,
be teachers presented themselves at
one time. The committee pro* eeded
to examine them all. There were
several positions vacant, aud it wns
hoped that out of the dozen a sufficient
uutnber would "pas-' to fill the
positions. The examination was one
eminently practical, as only piiuntry
grade certificates w re needed in ouly
four or five elementary studies. The
result was anything but satisfactory.
Twenty five words were given out to
be spelled. They were all of them
practical and iu common use every
day. One applicant spelled two cor
rectly out of the twenty-five, auother
spelled three, one or two spelled nearly
all, but none spelled every one.
"Mannagerv," "N union ia.""Paralel,"
"Nicb," "fielleta," "Crneha," "Mis
chitfoua,*' "Cropua," "Scholia rry"—
these are some of the specimen words
as copied from the examination papers
themselves. The Committee on Teach
ers insists that a candidate must re
ceive at least 70 per cent.—ouly five
reached this standard in spelling. Yet
the ones who were most deficient
thought they could get aloug if the
cjmnftttee would "on y give them s
chance." In geography theexauiination
showed up several candidates iu a
light that would have been comical
under different circumstances. The
questions and answers were b"th writ
ten. Here is a specimen:
Question —" Name several of the
principal seajiort towns of the United
Answer —"New York, Massachu
setts, Maine and Florida."
I Question —"How would you go from
Philadelphia to Vienna by water?"
Answer —"Delaware river, Dela
ware bay, Atlantic ocean, Gulf of
Mexico, raoific ocean"
These ar% actual written bona fide
answers of applicants fur positions as
teachers. In all the other studies in
which the candidates were examined
there was shown that same lack of
competency, and out of the twelve
who applied only a very small propor
tion received the requisite 70 per cent,
in all the studies.
Condition of tlie (Top* in Iho
Jacksonville, 111., October 10 lie
ports dated to October Ist, received at
the office of tbe National Crop lie
porter, indicate slightly increased lose
on corn in Minnie, Missouri and Ohio.
The estimated losses iu the .State men
tioned are lespectively 14.7,7.1 and
8.3 per cent, Reports from all quar
ters agree almost unanimously that
but little damage has been effected by
recent frosts, but coufirm the reports
of serious injury by frost iu the latter
qart of September, at which time most
of the corn wae yet iu milk. Tbe
result will be a great deal of softcore
much of which caunot even be led.
Stock rednrts IUHU lowa iudicate u
loss oil corn as compared wi;b last
year of only si* and one tenth per cut
which wonid make the yield for this
year oue hundred and twenty nine
bushels. As far as can de learned
tbe avreage of wheat sown this fit!l
is very considerably greater than in
1872, and thus far in most section*,
the weather haa been iavorable to
Additional reports from Minnesota,
Illinois, lowa, Wisconsin, Missouri,
Kansas and Ohio confirm the eni
mated falling off the Irish potato crop
in those States, which in 1870 pro
duced over forty-three million* of
ushels The lots at the given rate
1 would aggregate nver sixteen n illions
lof luihfw. Scattering repot t* froiu
llhtCiittnii Stli K mention that much v
I damage has been MUHIHI to the late t
cotton crop by drouth am! worms, „
especially in Arkansas aud Tennessee. |
A KmT Lol.
The ''rfprmuialivr men" of the re- i
p.iblw-an panv dynasty are indeed a (
queer lot. The in: conspicuous i
aiui ug Ms renr <euiattv linanciers are I
.lay Cooke and Henry Clews, "rail !
I I rind and carpetbag lookers," fiscal J
a*'! Nts 111 lie \Vtt>liinj>hii government, 1
am! hqw lvwly " bankers. ;
The euormous swindling speculation i
which is now inseparably associated i
with the name of one nf'tbeee lepubli- j
cm. BlltJ gi>.l was lb.' Northern l'n- I
cilic railroad confidema game; tbe i
distinctive swiudio of tbe other was
tin- "Aaglo-Atuerican mortgage trust"
Tbe fall of these financial parly
gods will of course avail the tuuihlt 1
of a whole battalion of distinguished
fiuancicis and pious politicians last
winter—(fakes Antes. (Vllax, Hing-,
ham, (laifield, Patterson, NN ilson, (
Dawes, Kelly, Scb ifield, e< ret . also,
Pomeroy, Caldwell, Harlan, Clayton,
ft itL Hut revelations of the tact
that republican |aity gods are uot the
■ louiiacu late I wings their worshipers
deeui them succeed each other o rap
id!}', that it is impossible for people to
keep thrtu all iu tuind. Oakes Antes,
Pomeroy, Colfax, Caldwell and oth
-1 era uiust pass out of tuiud to xiye
1 place lor the black mailing St. l-ouis
. postmaster Filley, aud the latest
batch ot interual reveuue embexilers ;
and these in turn mul give way I'M
i Jay Cooke, Henry Clews, aud the
other piiucelv aud prayerful Moulagu
Tigga, on tbe wildcat stock arena.
And if the excitement of the rapidly
! passing prooeasiou of |>ariy idols, it i*
also forgotten that the utosl capable j
• of the party "leaders" in lluoi* aj
peurs before the courts as defeudaut
1 ID a suit wherein gainboliug ami
breach of faith are charged against
dim ; while people have hardly l ' uie ,
• to think of the fact that the chief or
I ganist of the party in ll'.iuois stands
I convicted in the court* for financial
practices which, iu plain English,
tmouut to direct swiudlitig. Again,
such is the glut of more conspicuous
rwiudles by "representative men ot
tha party that nobody pays attenlioU;
to the unetirthiug ot an Imliuit de
partmeut swindle iu Minnesota,
though the Chippewa* have been rob
bed of half a million of dollars by a
ring of financiers of the Cooke Clew,,
style in St. Paul. And tor like iea
♦on, the public mind losses sight of the
now discovered fact that the Harper
robbery of SIIO,OOO upon the revenue
in Illinois was ouly the uio le adopt,
ad by that worthy officeholder to reim-
I burse lo himself the money lie had
•pent iu trying to coiii|as Mr. Cul-i
loin's return to congress, aud in gel
ting Dick OgWaby into the .male.
Take tbeui all iu all, it must he corn
feesed that the representative gods ot
tbe admiuislratiou party area pretty
bad lot — Chicago time*.
There is a certaiu class of pelili-i
Icians who manage to keep in |>owei
for awhile by working up for them
selves, by dint of the management of
small matters, a reputation for being
a "clever fellow." They stand the
treats, give advice, do small tivecent
favors that cost tbeiu nothing, aud
then ask people to keep them iu office
because, as they claim, they are "clev
er fellows." This is their principal
and capital stock in politics. It is :
verv cheap ; costs them very little
more than a large amount ot breath,
and when iu office where they get a
chauce at the people's taxe*. they help
themselves very freely and make up
legally and illegally a huudred times
more than all their small favors cost
thein. This is the sort <f politician
you find always living or hanging,
about the couuty scat or state capi
tol. He feels (apparently) ami man
iftsts a great interest in the welfare of
the party, and itfclwars straight out
for the Administration at Washington
aud Harrishurg. provtdiug they are of;
1 bit own party. Vou never hear him
Condemn the Administration, no mat
ter what it does or whoever else con
demna it. With him there is no de
viation. NVith him tbe Administra
tion is always right and can do no.
wrong. He'defeuds it under all cir
cumstances. Why? iiimply aud
only because it is the head of political
power and the dispeutcr of profitable
patronage. In the affairs of bis own
County aud immediate neighborhood
be (apparently) takes no part. He
bas no opiniou out way or tbe other
to express on any iiu|>ortant subject
affecting himself and bis neighbors.
He tries to slide along smoothly and
be a "clever fellow." He offends no
one with his honest convictioos open
tly expressed verbally or in print, al-
I though be may himself own and con
trol a newspaper. He is the friend of
everybody; he is a "clever fellow."
He is neither for or against the C'OUII
tv Seat question ; he is neither for or
| against Local Option ; he is neither for
j nor against murder and murderers;
nor is he for of against anything else,
except the Administration. If h : s
own party is ill power, he is always
for the Administration —it can do no
wrong. If his own party is not in
power, then he is always against the]
Administration —it can do nothing;
right. And this is the politician who
aims to be a "clever fellowwho
always wants to be iu office ; who is
unhappy if his principal time caunot
be spent in the vicinity of the Coun
ty, Slate, or United States treasuries.
Iu fact he is so "clever a fellow" that
ne generally has no enemies except
those he owes and ought to pay, hut.
don't.— Selinsgrove Times.
■ A dreadful calamity appe- re to have
overtaken Apalnchicolu, iu Florida,
in the lotnado which, on the 18th iißt.
swept over the own. A gentleman
' writing from there to hie brother in
utlanla *sv that the destruction was
almost complete. Warehouses, stores
and dwellings were blown down or
unroofed, merchants lost nearly all
their stocks in store, ami a universal
wrecking of the shipriiig. fi-hing
boats, &c., in*-pott ensued. In the
tiwighborhood of the town the orange
groves were almost totally ruined
The writer piedictslhat Apwlachieora
will never recover from this blow, and
in /Inscribing the appearance of the
ruin left by the hurricane he says that
the town is hardly (wmgnijr ilile. No
reports of the loss of hitman jif*- are
sent, but it seems scarcely to be ex
fiected that in so general a crash in
dividual* should have been spared.
A drunken father ipft (*/, j'Mle
girls alone in their room at jliresn
Bay Wisconsin, for six days with only
a loafuf bread for food. The eldest
was seven ami J(V youngest was only
I five years of age. tyhffl llfpy werej l
I found the elder sister was nearly deadff
liavtog refused to eat of the hrradiJ
a i (hat her jjjjle sister might not''
sutler. We hear a gffnl d-al of
heroines. Does history furoai, p> s
example epual to this? If
A CARMBT DKFKAT
Madrid, October 7. —A dispatch'
was received at the ministry >l war,
to-day IromOcn. Marionea, announcing ;
a great victory by In# tr.op over a ;
larg# body ofCarlists mar Agarsaia, i
in tha proviuce of Nuvaria.
Many of the insurgent* wrr* killed
•ml k large number taken prisoners
Gen. M triune* sa\* the rout ofiha
insuirertiontsts i* complete, ami hia
forces are in cloe pursuit of them,
A I)aPKItATK boKTIK
/tltiilri'l. Oct til rr 7 A < olunm >l two
thousand in.uigents made a deeper sic
sortie ft om Cartagena to day,hut wa
driven back with hsaiypcanaiu killed
and wounded. On the arrival of the
government fleet off" ll.a port, the city
will he attacked on all aidea siniulta
a ♦ •
Kight inchea of snow fell iu Delaware
county, N. Y., on 7th.
The Graphic balloou found
about a mile from Canaan, Coau
Snow fell at Fonda, N. Y., tor two
houtson 7 th.
Snow is reported in tha vicinity of
Fultonville, New York, on 7th.
A severe snow storm prevailed iu
the upper section of Schuylkill county
The impression appear* to l>e gener
al, though there is uo authority for it,
that Conk ling will he made chief jus
lice. It is generally understood that
there will be no nominations until
after the meeting of tbe senate.
—— • ♦ ♦ —• ■
Terrible Stale uf Affair* at Mem
New York, October IU. —A Mam
phis dispatch says no idea can ha
former) of the deplorable state of
affairs there. People die la.lcJ thau
they can be buried, lluudreds have
died unattended, Bodies have laid
uucare I for until partially decom
posed, and at uue burial place the
stench arising from coffins awaiting
I interment is horrible. Nine hundred
persons have perished from fever
since its tirst appearance and it still
rages. There is great lack ol com;
petent nurses, and some physiciaus
Lave given up iu despair at the
frightful earuage ami tied the city,
though the majority remain, ami are
laboring day and night iu lUe cause
of humauity. Money is urgently
Dispatches from Sh re report U,
say there is no change in the epidemic.
New cases are ret oiled in this city
and outskirts, most of which arc
children. About four hundrc I cases
are now under treatment. Among
the deaths are Captain John W.
Stuart. Colonel 1). H Martiu and
Captain llayinkeur are doing w.ll.
Some of the stores are opeu, but no
particular buisiuess is doiug. The
fever has broken out in Mansfield,
forty miles from here. Over fifty
families have left the village.
More new cases are reported 01. the
other aide of the river, physicians
advise absentees not to return the
danger is over.
L. C. Joiron, It. (J. Willi and 11.
Maple, who came here from New.
Orleans as nurses, were araested fur
robhiug the dead body of a priest of
hi* cluthiog, tuouey watch, aud cruci
fix. If the evideuce is clear against
thsgi they will probably be huug by
the citizens, who are greatly en
CRIME LN LUZERNE
A Tjukk Shot
Wilkebarre, Octubr 3. —An Eng
lishman, named Gorge Law, wo* last
uigbt caught iu the act of stealing
cabbage trosu the |>atch of Frank
Espy, in Hanover township, below
this city, aul wheu an effort waa
tnaiie to arrot htm he tired three shots
at Epy, without hitting him. Epy
theu tired and hot (tie thief dead.
At the coroner's iudueat today E*py
waa exonerated front all blame
Got His Brains Knocked Out.
Laet evening a farmer, t.amed
Jamea Warner, am] hi* wife while
returning from Hazletoti to Dorrouce
low nr hip in a large wagon, were ar<
coated by some miner* who asked to
ride. Their request wu* granted, and
soon alter getting iu they commenced
quarreling and using indiceat lan
guage. Warner ordered them oat
when they attacked him. He de
fended himself with a board which he
had been using as a seat, ami knocked
out the brains of one of the miners.
Warner is now in prince at this
WHO HUNG VKN SIRKATTf
[Speeiul Dispatch to the Chicago Tri
Washington, D. C., Oct. s.—Ex
-1 President Johnson, whoee coming here
has been frequently announced, has
failed to turn up. His letter stating
, thai he would be here was written be
fore the failure of the First National
Bank, of this city, of which he is said
to he creditor in SbU,OOO. This suui
grew out of the bonds, to the amount
named, which the Butler Smelling
iCommittee in the impeachment trial
found to be in the hands of the hank
above named, and which was proveo
ito be Johnson's private property,
j made up oflhe hard earning* during
< hi* lifetime. Wheu he ceased to he
Piesidcut, the First National Bank
'proposed to him to convert the bonds
into money, and leave the proceeds on
deposit with that bank allowing him 6
per cent, interest on his deposits. Jle
had |he inmost copHdeqcc iu the con
cern, and readily accepted the propo
stlioii. Mr. Johnson's purpose iu
coming here is, however, to g>4her
testimony Irom mimes*?* and from
records to meet
THE ALLKOAIIONB OK JUDGE MOLT,
who seeks to prove that, notwithstand
ing the Military Commission unani
mously recomnieuded fhat ihg jpu
tuice of death ujh.u Mrs. Surratt be
commuted to impriaoumeut for life.
Johnson heartlessly permitted her to
be hung. Thia Surralt hanging dis
lurU all fhc principal actors connect*
ed with the Adraiilialrafjop who had
responsibility in the case. It is the
ghost that will not down. It has
inoie heads than Banouo's ghost. It
tortured Htantou, and haunts Holt,
and pursues Bingham and the rest of
them. These men feel now that the
woman tourratt was not proven to have
been cognizant of Bootb'a purpose to
kill Mr. Lincoln, but that tier knowl
edge extended only to the long pre
viously pUbppd adduction of tlie
Butler, on the floor of the House,
it will be recollected, charged Bing
es f4,, a fjudoe-Advocate in the Com
mission, w'ltTi h'cipg gplify of a legal
murder ; that the blood of Mrs. tour
rati wus ou his bauds. At the same
time Butler charged that Booth's dia
I £7, yhen in the possession of the War
I Depafiniuui, Uffd jwt hi that lime
made public, had 'bMi lamps, ed
with iu order ib Some measure to
strengthen the case against Mrs. tour
project Bingham et. al. from j
public cenaura. Tliia I broth diary,
whan afterwards examined, gave no
vvid tire I tint it bad linen tampered
with, but nevartheisaa tlore remains
THAT I'll I T LXXIAI. qUKWOX
standing against Johnaou, KUtilou,
II -It, ami Bingham, et. a'., which
Duller referred 10, and in which h
Itaa been euaiaiued bv the Kupietne
Court of the Utited (Mates in other
cne TTss civil cwurte wvre open iu
tin* Dtarict, friendly to the Adminls
tration, having exclusive juiiadicthm,
mid were ready to ajwedtly try thle
caw. Mr. Hull's .Military Coin una
an. n. therefore, hml no legal existence.
It la thia, 111 (Uirl, that diituiba the
surviving msiiagns l tltat trial.
a ut.unr.tt or mk. i.iniol.n a cam NET
inloriuud your ourrcepotidcnt yeatvr
day that lie called ou Mr. Johnson a
day or two after lha hanging af Mra.
Surratl, and inquired about the w-(
cotuuiendaliou ol the Coin mission fur
commutation of tha eeuleac*. -Mr.
Joliuaou was surprised, aud eaid ha
iiad not heard of audi a document,
l hia vx-mruiher of Liucolu'a Cabinet
a that; from all the proofs, ha ia
satisfied that Judge Holt pui|o*ly
withheld tlint recommendation from
Mr. Johuaou. uutil alter tha execution,
knowing well that if the latter had
acett it Mra Surratl would uol hava
Urcn hung, aud tiiat there ia evideuce
that tiie leconitueudaliou was not
with the body of the papers ol tha tri
al when they were handed to the Pres
Kleveu year old Uichard Hall, of
Mi Irabu rg, got up ou a clnwuul tree
Friday week and got dowtt agaiu with
a brokeu arm,a dielocatel wrist and
a scratched face, shortly altar.
.lust aa we go to the press eaya lha
Philipeburg Journal, Dr. J- 11. iarca
has hceu brought hotue badly iujuied
by tbe ruumug away of Ins bor*a
liia tare is badly cut and bruised aud
lie is otherwise iujured though if is
thought nut dangerously.
Messrs. Liggel. Ixriig A C0.,0f
KagleviKw, have purchased tha storei
of (.'apt. Jamee A. of the'
A New Kail Road PnoroaiTtos
—i'olonel S. C. Johnson, Prcaidvut
ol I'enusylvauia ami Weattiro llail- !
road— n new route prwpoeed from
New York Cily to Clevelnnd, Ohio
called upou u# a few days since and
explained the proposed route of flit
new road, it is. inteuded lo go up
While Deer Creek, down Sugar \ al-;
ley aud through the Gap into Nil-'
tauy, and down Nillauy ronud by Mill
Hall aud up the Bald Eagle through
the C*utrc aud Cienrlield oonl fiald
He say* that that route which *t last
winter tnauliotieti aa the proposed
Contiueuwl ia the Pennsylvania aud,
Western RK. In vivw of the buildiug
of that route. Colonel Jobuaou is here
lo gel through a branch routa from
the Caiuw laaa at Jersey Shore to ruu
up lo aud tap the hue of the new
route at or about Mill Hall, lhia
branch he waula to build at oucv.j
aud if the stock ware alonceaubecribcd
he say* that in ten days he would
have the laborer* at work ou if The
survey has been made. He aaka that
Lock Haveu or I liuion take 1150 000
stock, and that in consideration of
lhia he will engage to have the car
work* of the mad loewted at lhia plaoe.
ljock Ha ran Dfiu
The Emiifrnril Alliauc*
New York, October 'J—The d*l*g*l*
who are to attend tha sixth annual *e*loit
of the Evangelic*!.' Alliar.cs were received
thl* evening at the room* *1 the Yeuag
Men *• Christian Association On tha plat
form of the large hall In which tha recep
tion took place every *eat wae occupied byi
foreign delegate* and many of tha promi
nent men ofthe city, and in other portiea*
of the building not evan (landing rooiu
could he obtained. The interior decora*
attun- w*re gracefal and elaborate, f lag*
of all nation*, symbolical of the cosmo
politan cbaractrr of the conference, were,
intertwined with happy effect, while over
thc platform were placed, in large gilt lel
ter, the name* of*uch prominent reformer*
a* Calvin. Wyckliff*. Bunyan. Kdwsrd.
and Knox. About 9P. M. the chair was
taken by W. E. Dodge ArtrUt rendi
tou of tha hymn, "Froai all who dwallt
tha reading of the Lord's pteyer by Kov.j
C. If artn, of London, tha
Rev. I>r. Adatua Wu Introduced
by tbe chairman, and on advancing to the,
front of tha platferro to deliver tha
ing address was received with the greatest
anthu'iam. Ha thought it a pleasure in i
tha name of the Christian |K-ple of tha
country to address worJs of welcome, not
only ts those present from thia country,
but to thuM from abraad. Soma of tha
delegates were known at personal friends
far a long time, whila others were known
by their worka of scholarship; for the
anthor of a good book aa wall a the
writer of a good Chriatian hymn waa at,
home in erery part af tha world. The
projector af tome new and successful ache
me of Chriatian benevolence waa welcome
a a friend whoreeer there were Christians
to worship. pleasant it waa to grasp the
hand of those with wham they had been
long in sympathy, but they came net now
aa strangers, for they ware all fallow citi
xer.s, of tha sainta and of tha household
of (tod. •
lle Welcomed Them Heartily
to America, her churches, pulpits and
her homes. The pvept of the freeing
marked an advancing epoch in the great
drama of human hlstwry. The hemispheres
were separated by the mighty hillews ef
tbe Western ocean, but as time advaaced
they saw how more and mere they were
united in one great plaa, purpose and
province. The old perpetuates itsell in
tlu-new, slid the new was avla sudden
creation. As one traveled over this
continent he could not help noticing that
European history had notched itself even
into tbe sell. He claimed that America
had a right lo the fame of every patriot
and scholar and philanthropist of the eld
World. [Applause.] Hereferred in feeling
to terms Drsn Alvord, Bishep Mcllvalne
and othars wheni death had carried away,
and concluded by y electing joost arsrmly
am] cordially the foreign Relegates.
Lord Alfred Churchill,
of London, we* nail introduced. In a faW
rll chosen remark* lie llienkrd them for
th warinne oflheir reception and read
a congratulatory ffgtj. fbf |*ondon
b-snch ofth* Alliance to the Near York
branch. He belieaed that the reeultl* of
the conference would be felt far and wide
throughout the civilized world,and assured
them that the people in Great Britain were
fuily in sympathy with them.
Rev. I)r. Stoughton, ef London, wee
next introduced, and expressing thank* for
thu hearty welcome, aaid England and
Arnvrifb rpoke tb* |o' language, and it
wax reserved for them to apread tbeguapel.
Kemarka were made by Dr. Kiwk, of Pari*
Kev, S. Cone lon, of Geneva, Dr. Dorner,
of Berlin, Dr. Chriatleib, ofthe University
ol Bonn, and otber*.
From ihe Loganrjwrl (Jnd.) Slav,
For some day* past the weather had
been dry, ind the pond* on the prairie
.Vlud It' water. The turtle-, and freg*
'tbi.'t had teen living in W>p jricinlty .jfeny
6f ihc-e stdod it for a day 01 two, bltt it j
finally became too dry for frog*, and they j
decided to emigrate. The nearest pond 1
'bat contained wetar wa< three mil#* dls
tanl, an J to this Ilia turtlaa and frogs
atarli d Ih ssliteiy f locrssloS, (lit turtlaa
In ail * lira, sagaciously pllolieg lha Way
and tl.a frogs bringing up tkaraar: "GoIt!"
"Go III" "Wataf I" "walnr !" Tba pro
cession stretched aut over tba prairies
quartar of a iiiila long, and steadily march
ed to tba goal, whan such a roiloklng
•rana ensued ran be better iinaginad
I than drarrihad.
; 1 11 K CO NTWITUTIONAL C'ONV KM
(111 Tuesday tlia following article
aai. U|mmi ni .lioli aaf' Governor Curtiu,
adopted lay ihr ( .institutional Con
-1 vent ion:
"The meratier* uf tba llonaa u|
Kepl.acntativre aiiall l> apportioned
among the several counties according
to |ai|mlitiiiii, ou i ratio to oblaiueu
by dividing tba whole population of
1 lie Stair, aa ascertained by tbe tuaat
rwent United Mlatee census, by two
hundred: Any county, including
l'bilatlrl|ibia, having mora than out
ratio, aba 11 le eutitled ton member
tor each lull ratio "
Tbia will give a total of two hun
dred nienibera to tbe Houae of Rep
Tha billowing was adopted—yeas.
54; nave, 2M.
Mart ton 32. Whenever a couuty
shall coutaiu forty thouaand five hun
drcd iuhahitanis it shall constitute a
separate judicial district, ami shall
elect one judge learned iu lha law;
•mi the legialature aiiall provide for
additional judges, aa the business or
isaid dislrjcla may require; counties
[containing a population leas thau ia
sufficient to constitute separate die
tricta, shall he formed into convenient
• ingle districts, or. if neceeeary, may
he attached to coiitigu >ua districts aa
the legislature may provida; (the of
fice of aMMiciate judge, not learned iu
the law, ia abolished, excepting iu
counties not forming separate dis
tricta ; hut the several aaaociale judges
in <it)ici w lieu thia const it utiou shall
lie adopted shall sarva for their un
Philadelphia, September 20, 1h73
In tbe Convention en Wednesday tbe
LegoUtive Ap|K>rtieniuehl plan, a* repor
ted froiu the •pr. ial commitiea en the sub
ject, was i-emiiisrwl; and alter a protracted
diaru>ion, pa>-e<t finally in tba tollowing
The member* of the House of Rrprasm
lativrw that) he apportioned among the ev
aral counties arcordiag to population, on a
ratio lo bo obtained b.v dividing lbe> hoi#
population of the State. •• ascertained
tbe must rcs-i-iil United Stale* censu., by
two hundred. Any county, including
Philadelphia, having more than uko ratio
shall be entitlrd (o a uiamhor for aach full
ratio, hut uach county shall b* given at
ioa-t on* luoaibor, and coUßtio* shall not
be joineb to form a district Any county
having le*t than five ralius shall have an
adqitional member for a surplus rtraoding
■•lie-half a ratio vv< r one or more full ratio*.
Any couaty, including Philadelphia, hav
ing over una hundred thousand inhabit
ant#, shall be divided into district#, and
every city shall be entitled to separate rep
resentation when it# pouulalion equals tbe
ratio, but no district shall elect more than
-1 he Legislature at iu first sasoian eUt-r
the adoption of this Constitution, and
tharaalter, immediately after each United
States decennial census shall apportion the
State into Senatorial aad Representative
dietncls. agrooahlv to the provisions of tba
NorJbw Earnicr* (on ten-
Tbe farmer* of the Nor lit cat will
hold a convention in Chicago uit the
22<l of tLi* mouth. The object ol the
gathering it IMrt forth in tha call aa
folio** i ' It will l>e for tha purpusof
diacuaaing the prevailing overcharge*
in transportation; to incite and |ierfect
tha organiuunn of tha agricultural
and iuduatrial clame*, who chiefly
'sufler Irom those overcharget, in
every Stare, Territory, and province
of the country,with a view uf throwing
.a combined ami overwelvming in
inhuetice against their further dep
reapliotit and to lake audi measures
aa ahall accura prompt and efficient
legislation that thall end in tha com
plete extinction of all rail way or
other meuopolim now preying upon
the porductive intereaU of America."
The meeting will be composed of
delegate# from the varioua farmer*
cluhe, grange* J tar titer*' aaaociation*,
agricultural societies, boarda of agri
culture, and otner similar organis
ations of the producing clamea of the
United Stale* and British Provinces.
Hun. C. W. Willard, Republican
1 C'ongreaaaian from Vermont. makaat a
n atatcmaul in regard to tha President*
* connect ion with the aalary grab.
'' Wben tbe propositus to increaaa the
' President# aalary waa firet broached,
* he aya it mat with atnall favor either
in Gengreas or tbe country, an I that
f the scheme of raisiug the Congreaaioo
' al salaries waa an af.crthought, a de
( vice resorted to with tbe eele object of
helping the Presidential bill through.
, Mr. Willard says disliuctly that—
„ Tha President favored the bill lie
lg fore it |iaased either House, and per
e penally expressed to members a deeire
n to have hia own aalary increased ; and
m the aelfiah iuteieeta of members in in
i. creasing their own pay waa only one
jof lbe devices by which the Resident's
•alary was raised ; in otbar words, it
(pulled that increase tbraugb, and the
whole measure bad favor at the White
Hops* on that account.
" Mr. Willard goes on to refute the
statement that the increase of the
if President's salary was ' just and necos- \
t sarv" by statements in detail regard
* ing the expeutes of the Presidential
j office, and the provision made above
n Ulie salary in the appropriation bills to
„ meet thorn. Resides the 125,000 a
, year, which was the salary previous to
, the passage of this bill, an annual ap
, propriation of Irotu twenty to sixty
, thousand dollars is made for keeping
t up the "White House" establishment.
1 The grounds are always kept at the
l public charge, and carpets, furniture,
i gas, fuel, and many of the servants are
, paid for by separate appropriations,
r The appropriations for the curreut
yenr 1^73—4, |lje Items of which are
given by Mr. Wlllaro, foot' up 177,-
000, making, as he says, tbe expense
r of the Executive establishment, with
r the increased salary, <127,000. Out
1 of the salary, Mr. Willard says "lbs
I JVWnit j!** " n '7* h * J*™"*' •
I tepees of himself g-pd ntwily, sod the
expenses of his tabls to pay for." Re
| turning after the |treeentation of these
very significant facts and figures, fo
' the discriminating resolutions of the
Massachusetts Republicans, he says :
The condemnation of members of
Congress who favored this increase
has been in the main undoubtedly de
em ved. hut wan au lota Q£
fairuess ought nut to make disliucUoni
between those voting for and tbe one
urging the passage of and approving
with his signature, ueoessary to make
the bill a law, a measure unfairly and
unreasonably increasing salaries.
Members of Copgress fotcd fur |>ho
hill iuureaslng their uwu salaries, for
which thsy have been properly criti
cised ; lite President urged the paa- 1
•age of this hill in advance, approved !
it after it passed, and thereby made it j
a law and doublet} his own salaty, ant} ]
the Massachusetts Republicans practi- j'
rally approve hia count.
M saaitn t* Jan.— A Kmmantk
I Mciiumt. Alderman Batrhrler married,
a couple in jail last Friday, the incident,
of whoa# lives— thalr courtship, reparation
and singular marling and marrUga—form
a combination of circumstances that give,
a deep tinga ef rouianra to the usually J
cold and forbidding ieiior of items o! lif j
behind tbe bare at Ca<tle Robinson. I
About three year, ago, the subjects of (hie
ceremony lived in Recheslcr. N V. where
he courted her; the loeed him ' lon wall,but
toil wiseli," and alter ha had effected hrr i
ruin, betook to the wood* of Pemisylve
nia under an aeeuuicd name and did a- ,
lumbering go She lullowed in pureuit,
dropping her proper surname and taking
up hit trua name But rhedidnut find
bar truant lover In bar wandering* the
drilled into a viciu* life, and ultimately
brought up here in a rhebaug on the
bank* ol thtHald Kagle, from which she
wm iran-fered to jail for 0 month* at the 1
last term uf the Court af Quartar tea*ion*,
on lha charge of receiving ioiue stolen
jewelry from n fellow who, at the tame
term, wn* sent to the western penitentiary
for stealing it.
At tbe same term of Court her wandering ,
lover we* arraigned tor stealing a watch,
hut owing to the non-appearance of the
accuser, the cat* was not tried,.and he we
recouii.ailled lojeil and oon after dis
charged. But while in jail, his victim
was there else, I though he bad not
mat bar, nor bad they met during
Court. Heittg well behaved, she was giv
en the liberty of tbe jail corridor, niter
she bed been there a few days, in which
to take exercise. While on her prome
nade, lo 1 an 1 behold ! who should she see
behind lb* bars hut her long lost William!
and be saw ia the preeuibuleliiig maiden
hi* ance loved and deeply injured JeruC.*
Jena! They were a surprised cou',,|e 1
Their feelings just then may he imagined,
hut not portrayed ! She could not rush to
his arms, if an impulse had urged her. nor
oeuld she have "scratched his eyes out,"
ifjhar pn sion had prouiptad, for she was
deterred from reaching him But she
did nt attempt anything rash, nor give
signs of doing so. They recogniied each
other, greeted as hast they could, and
"talkrd the matter over." They met on
e common level Their station in life
kept each frem upbraiding tbe other, and
it air disgrace was mutual.
Boon (hereafter Wii.iem was discharged
and on the day nanird he came down end
cummriK ed reparation by making her his
wife. He said he had never had ar y
"luck" since he served .her so bad, and he
felt it his dcly to marry her and try to
mas* amend*. The ceremony took place
in Deputy Sber.tr Robinson's dwelling,
end was witnessed by hie family. Tbe
bride was dressed in white, and though
not pretty, sbe ba beautiful skin, is uf the
i blonde style, and loolud, as tbe ladies say,
•'real nice. ' — !<*>ek //urea /Vosocrwt.
Gen Grant left Washington in the early 1
day* of June, and with the exception of an 1
occasional visit for a |sarti*an purpose, ha
been away for a third of a whole year
lie established his family at Long Branch,
as be did la-l year, and between the seaside
and junketiag. fruai Colorado to Maine hr
has contrived to have a long suniwter of
pleasure at the public expense.
In two year, the Prvtideut hat bean lon
gs r absent from duty than all his predeces
sor- combined from Washington to John
son. For besides the regular summering
at Lung Branch be has made axcursions lo
Philadelpbie. New York, and the Wast,
aggregating fullv six .months in every
DESPERATE STREET DUEL IN NE
The Virginia City (Nev.> Enterprise re
late* tha particular* of a drtpcnlr and
faUl*<re<l affray which (rrurrnl a few
night* linre at Truckee, in Wa*hoe coun
ty on tha Central I'acific Uailrcad. The
partie* engaged were Aady Fuget, a car
penter, and Jack While, a miner, and the
cause of the Jiflt rultv waa an old grudge
that existed between Ihetn. A tea• day*
prcvi.u to the fight the men had cine to
an under-landing that upon the occasion
of their neat meeting they would aellle
trouble with pUtola. The occaaioa aoon
preaeuted iuelf. and. although, the hour
wa nine o'clook p ni., the men had no
•aoner lighted each <> her than they took
position*. drew their revolver*, and com
menced firing with incredible rapidity.
People near the cene at danger fled pre
cipitately, and the combatant had the
atreet to ihetut-.-lve* White waa the flrrt
to tail. Ha dropped from tha sidewalk
intoa gutter, and was almost immediately
followed by Fuget, who lay in the aatue
guitar but a few leet Irom hitn. Between
the wounded and beiple** antagonivta waa
a bundle of gunny aacka, which hid them
from one another, hut Fuget crawled to
tha top of theac baga and front hia po*iliei>
fired twice at \* hite. At the same
moment White diacharged bia laat abot
with great effort, and Fuget, atruck by the
bullet, rolled front the bag* in agony.
Tha groaning and bleeding men were
then picked up, hut their drapetate
wounda rendered recovery impossible.
Fuget died in ten tuinutea and White ex
pired ahotrily after.
W 4J. J. NHREI'FI.F.R
Old Foft. l?a . where he is at all times
ready te make men's and boy's Clothing,
lo order, and upon shortest notice, and ac
cording to the latest syles. octl63m
MILKOY AHEAD AGAIN !!
Rig btov'k of ploiiitng,
Z' B. Krise A Bro., with the people ofi
Pennsyallej- to knew |hgt they have ua !
parked a lafge stock of Clothing, such as
vests, suite for men and b->y, and a big
ROOTS A SHOES,
for men and women, which they boat of
selling cheaper than anv other e-tablish
Go and try them, they dffer the best
bargains outside the city. Remember,
their tnott ia ( CH K 4 f* optlfl'tf
A GREAT WANT HAS BEEN SUP
Prof. 8. U. WRIGHT has opened a Bar
ber Shop in Centre Hall, where he is roauj
and willing to do any thing in tfao art Ton
soria| (it tlfb hdst prtsiibite manner.
If you wish te have a pleasant shave,
As good as barbers ever gave,
Just <9ll on main my saloon.
At morning, eve, or busy noon,
For I can move as true a hand
As a ny barber in the land.
AuJ the very best that 1 can do,
Just call on tne, I'll do for vou.
TEP&> tf. s. H WRIGHT.
DF.-FORTNKY, Attorney at
e Bellefonlo, Pa. office over Rey-i
nold's bank. may 14 tV.itl
JAMES A. BEAVER.
A TTORSEY'A T LA If,
Bellefonte, Centre co., P ai>OMl
M ILLKB'B HOTEL. Woodward, Pa.
Stage* arrive and depart daily,
favorite hotel i* now in every respect
one of the nioxl pleasant hotels in Central
Pennsylvania. The traveling community
will always find the heat ip-ponpnodulion.
Drover* een at all time* be accommodated
with cable* ana pasture for anv number
ef Cattle or horses
July6Btl GEO. MILLER.
CENT RF HALL
Ila I'd are Store.
J. tr. l*>Kl N i oKK
A new, complete Hardware Store baa
been opened by tlio uudnraiguad lu Cen
tre If ail. where jio ia prepared (n tell all
kliida or Building and Ifouse v urnlsbing
Hardware, Nails, Ac.
Circular and Hand Haws, Tent-on haws,
Webb Haws, Clothe* Hacks, a full asaort
moat of Glass aiul Mirror !*'•' I'ictura
Kn mes, hp,>kes, Fellous, and Hubs, table
Cutlery, hhovudt, Spades a'>d F*rks,
Loalfs, Hinges, .Screws, Hash Springs.
I|ors<- hlioi-s. N'aiii, Norway Rods, Otis,
Tea llolls, Cur pettier Tools, faint, Varn
Pictures fretm-d in the fitimt style
X-arAny thing in the Hardware line
ordered upon slosrtost notice
Also a full stook of FI'MNITHItK al
ways on hand.
**lteiiieiiiher, all •ul* offered cheap
er than elsewhere
NEW HOODS j
AN KNTIKK NKW 11F
BOOTS AND SHOES
BOSTON BOOT A SHOE STOKE,
AO. ft. BI NH'NAHCADK.
IVicea !<*• than at any Other Bhoe
Bure iu Centre County.
Call and See i s !
No. 5, Bush's Area le, Bellefonte.
| NEW GOODS!
A. W GRAFT,
CKNTKE HILL, CENTRE CO.. PA.,
lias just received a large invoice of
Spring Goods !
Consisting of the best assortment of
MOOTS A SHOES.
II ATS A CAPS.
AND FANCY ARTICLES.
ever brought to PoUer twp.
Alee, a large ••sortment of
LOWEST ASH PRICES!
JMT- Produce taken in exchange at highest
A. W. GRAFF.
engaged U> manage for I L. Reiaeaa in,
in the corner building, opposite tloffer 1 *
•tore. Bellefonte. has established a new
Clothing Store where the beat bargain* in
the county are offered.
$7.50 to sls for Suits of the fin
i and a full and complete assortment of ev
jfry thing in the line of Clothing.
(ient's Fnrnlahing Uaads
all directly from their own manufactory.
Jewelry, Walelies, Ac.
They have engaged their old clerk, Mr
A. Sternberg, s<> well known to the people
and who will b pleased to see nis old
Piece goods of every disoription, sold
low to enable everybody to have bis clotb
in gmade to order.
r. a. WILMK. T. 4. Micas.|
WISON * HICKS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Hardware and Nlote lbealera.
CAKKIAGE SAKKKS (iWI>S. j
ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE AND
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
SPEARS ANTI-CLINKER STOVES'
A DOUBLE HEATERS.
whi:h will heat c,tic or two room* down
Istaite. and' same number above. Cost
very little more than single stoves. These
arc the best parlor stoves made.
This stove has large ovens, will burn
hard or soft coal and wood, Every one
warranted lo give perfect satisfaction.
WILSON A HICKS,
Al> MINISTRATORS NOTICE.-Let
ters of administration on the estate
lir.abeth Ueckman, late of Gregg twp.
dee d, have been granted to the under
signed, who requests all persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate to make
immediate payment, and llioye having de
mands against the same to preaent them
duly authenticated by law for settlement.
JNO. It HKUKMAN,
augJh fit. Adm'r.
HARTER BRO S.
Hartletou, Union county, Pa.
This Tannery has now acquired the
reputation of manufacturing some of the
bct leather in the State.
CalfSkins and Heme made and City
Sole leather, always on hand.
Highest market price paid for Hide*
Plasterers' Hair, Ac., always on hand.
Hides left with V(ta. Hurler, in Haines
twp., wilt be paid for at highest Cask pri
J H-ORVI*. T. AI.KXANDB*.
OR VIS A ALEXANDER,
Attornrvs-al-law. Office opposite Court
Houap, lieiietoiitf. Pa.
J. P. OEPI! ART,
with Orvi* A Alexander, attends, to col.
lections and practice in tbe Orphan's
Couft. * jan? "Ott
jy KW AKKANOKMKNTI
Isaac Guuoicmiikimkk. havtug
Surchaaed the entire slock of the Ist*
rm of Summan A Guggenheimer, ex
cept the Leather and Bh<>efm<liiipi,
has filled up bis shelve* with * lot of
SfLKXDIP MKW ooous,
RKADY MADE CLOTHING,
o HOT Kit IB*,
BOOTS A SHOES,
HATS A CAM,
AMI> rAMCY A KTICXES
sad is now prepared to aooomodate all
bis old customers, aud to welcome all
oew ooes who ma? favor bin with
their patronage. He feels safe io aay
ing that he can please the moat fastidi
ous Call and see.
P. H.—Mr, Suaaman still eoatiaties
to deal iu
LKATHKK AND BHOB-FINDINGS,
CLOY KB and TIMOTHY HKXDH.
in tbe old room, where he may alway
he found. 12ap.tf.
J. ZELLEB ir SON
No 6 BrockerhofiT Row, Bellefoate.Ps
Dealers la Drtsga, ( hesilrals,
Perftsaeir, Fey Gstda
Pure Wines and Liquors tor medical
purposes always kept. may 11. 72.
KW PUKNITUKX STORK.
1 loos aauiw Borrsa's
GEORGE or BRYAN,
rU ift W9YMW2
OE ALL KtXIM,
BEDSTE A DB. TABLES, CHAIRS,
Parlor and Chamber Seta,
SOFA 8. LOUNGES,
WABBDBXt, MATTXXMia, Be.
Particular AttMtiM to Ordered Work.
REPAIRING DONE PROMPTLY.
In All Its Brancbea,
MKT A LIC, I'ALSCT, IMJBEWOOD, AXD
Always on Hand, and Funerals Attended
Witt an Kleaaat Hearse. apitt
Stoves! Fire! Stov's!
At Andy Reeamaa'a, Centra Hsll, are
latest and beet stovm out, he has Just
received a large lot of
Cook Stoves, the Pioneer Cook,
the Eclipse Cook,
the Reliance Cook.
t'AKLORB—The Kadiatu Light, self-fee
der, Urn* Burner, National Egg,
tm-ll* eIU stoves a* LOW as anywhere
in HiSin or Centre 00.
TIN AND SHEETIRON WARE
The undersigned hereby inform* the
citizens of Pennavalley that ne has pur
chased the Tinshop heretofore carried
by the C. If. Mfr Co., and will continue
the tame, at the old stand, in all its branch
es, in the manufacture of
KTOVE PIPE * NPOUTIX6.
All kinds of repairing dona. He has
always on hand
Fruit Cane, of ail Sitae,
All work warranted and chnrfee reason-
I able. A share of the public patronage eo
licited. AND. RERSMAN,
'isepTOv Centre Hall
i HARDWARE STORE
J. A J. HARRIS.
No. &, BROCKBRHOFF BOW.
A new and 'complete Hardware Store
ha* been opened bp the understand in
Brockerbofrs new building—where they
are prepared to sell all kinds of Build in*
and House PuraishinK Hardware, Iran.
Hand fist**, fenuor. Saws, Webb Saws.
Ice tVtnw Jwteaars, Hath Tubs. Clothes
Recks, a full assortment of Glass and
Mirror Plata of all elans. Picture Pramee,
Wheelbarrows, Lamps. Coal Oil Lames,
Belting, Spokes, Felloes, and Hub*.
Plows, Cultivators, Corn Plows, Plow
Points, Sheep Hold Board* and Cultiva
tor Teeth, Üble Cutlery, Shovels, Spade*
end Forks, Locks. Hinge*. Screws Sash
' Linsood. Twnncci, Anvils, \ ices"Bellows.
Screw Plate*, Black smith* TooL, Factory
Bells, Tea ReUs, OrindsP i <t, Carpenter
Tools, Fruit Jar* and Cans, Paint, Oil*
Varnishaa received and for sal* at
juned -tf. J. A J. HARRIS.
THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE.
NeU iktar to Wilton & Hicks' Hard
ware store, Allegheojr St.,
H* F. Rankin Sc Co**
(Successors to Linn A Wilson.)
CHEMICALS. PAINTS. OILS. DYE
STUFFS, VARNISHES. BRUSH
ES. TERFUMERY, N6TIONS,
AND FANCY ARTICLES
FOR THE TOILET, Ac.
for medicinal purposes.
TRUSSES A SUPPORTERS in great
CIGARS AND TOBACCO,
and all other articles usually hept in first
class Drug Store.
PRESCRIPTIONS CARKFU Y
tf.linns R. F.RANKIN A 00.
J. p. BUTTS, Wop'r.
Has first cities accommodation; charg
es reaanoe *- r,
J AS. lI'HANCrS, Attorney jat law,
Bsllefoata, promptly attends to alii
bV'titeH entrustaa to him. Jui2,'Mtfj
Br, OAR YIN *9 TAR
Cars I wet pirn t <wss-.tr oijrtiwra.
Br. UAKVD'H TAU HUnEMR
Dr. GiUVIVM TAU tIT. "iTSIES
Care AMb mi*.
Dr.OABVM ii T*R RiIAMUB
1 Dr. OARVIVt T.V 1 ItITIIWR
Cam Miiß Di e r".
Dr. GAR YIN'S Till REN EDI KM
ItefwUto the Elver.
Dr. GABVIV* TAU REMEDIES
lUyuUu iVMemnrMead ßwwel*
Dr. GARVIN'S TAU REMEDIES
Cam all Fraiale Weaknesses.
Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES
Parity the Bleed. •
Dr. GARVIN'S TAR HEMERIES
Case Diseases ssf Ike Tforesrt.
Dr. GARVIN'S TAR REMEDIES
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Is. F. HYDE At, CO.,
VOL * raomuNTOBA
ISA Inani lea, .Veer Peek.
Shortlidge & Co.,
PR OPRIETORB OF THE # .
Beliefonte Line Quarries,
Tke only Manufecturers of Lime, burnt
exclusively with wood, la Centra!
' dbalbm ix
1 White Lime,
Da Poot'e Powder,
Sporting and Bleating Powder on
Ft— for Bleating,
Ground Fire Clay,
OSre ard yard naar end of the
- Bald BAgte V alley Baitrvag Depot. Belle
foe to, Pa. iaaM-TB
r YTOFNGS HOTEL. Comer ef Third
I and Chestnut Street, Xifltabarg. Pa.
John Shower*. Proprietor.
" Iu Ceatrel Location make* it particularly
* desirable to persona visiting Town on
business or elaaaare.
H. A- Taylor's Livery Attache*!.
\ seftl |y
C. F. Sriaditr* HT Cmn.aiiier.
HKKLACHIR A CBOIiWLLEK
Wish to inform the cbUeu. of Potter
that they kav% opened an entire now
■ •*f* k * f r od ih old quartern, and
. witt keep coastaaDy an hand a foil and
JfOOd %•>, .rft VoS
LADIES' QRESS GOODS,
nod nil other kinds at
Ml K&e of
NOTIONS led FANCY Geedt
Hat* A Capo, Boots A Shoe*
WW a ■
DiC-, ttO , #|S„
AHof which we oSi at granUy reduced
• P** f< P eooatryproduce.
By strict attention to busiaeee we hope to
merit and receive the patronage of the
jat hie eeUbliehment at Centre Hell, keeps
on hand, and tor ante, nt the moat reaosn*.
A Spring Wagons,
Plaik and Faxcy,
and vehicles of erery description made to
ordtr. and warranted to be made of the
best asooed material, ahd bjr the moat
•killed and competent workmen, Person*
wanting anything in hit line are requested
to call and examine hit work, they will
find it not to be excelled for durability and
CENTRE HA L L, P A.
Will attend to administering Oatlu. Ac
knowledgement of Deed*. Ac. writing Ar
ticlea of Agreement. Deedt, Ac. may IS.
Gift A Flory'a
New Shoe Store !
AT CENTRE HALL.
They hare now opened, and will constant
ly keep on baud, a splendid flock of new
SHOE* &AITIR.S, A SLIPPERS, for
men, woman and children, from the beat
manufactories in the country, and now of
fered at tha
BOOTS and SHOES made to order, npon
short antics They invite the people of
this vicinity to give them a call, awtftey
wpi strive to merit g share of theft pat- I