The Centre reporter. (Centre Hall, Pa.) 1871-1940, September 05, 1878, Image 2

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ANDREW H. PILL, of Union to.
tnftt!t*ra*MK dvpos;
llKNllt P RO?R, of Montgomery to.
Secretary Sherman i* traveling Ohio
making hard money speeches. - i
man al one time was a roaring
money man. Let him hire H
Btoti next, and both go out on a *"
at a lip admission fee ; no
admirers of the fraud would patronise
the p*if. _
Richard Lawson. the renorter of tbe
Evening News, of Franklin, Pa., wva
knocked down Saturday night, and rob
bed of seventy-five cents.
Poor fellow, had he beeu an editor,
no money would have been found on
A most horrible story come* fKun
Hilisboro, Mo.—a mother murdering
box children rather than see them
A special dispatch states that Mart
Dean.a widow, living near tlitbboM.
Mo., mnrdered her two children by cut
ting their throat* on Tuesday last. she
was arrested and brought to HilUbore.
She said that she was too poor to gtve
them food; that she murdered the baby
first, and that when she undertook to
put the little five-year old boy on tl.e
bed to kill him he clung to her and be?
pel piteonsly fbr his life, saying : "Ob.
mamma, don't kill me : don't kill me
She heeded not the appeal, but threw
him on the bed, and after cutting his
throat struck him on the side x>f tbe
bend with a piece of iron to comp.c e
her work. She is about forty years old
of medium height and presents a woe
begone appearance. She is possessed of
little or no intelligence, is suppos
ed by some people to be insane.
Postmaster Johnston, of Beliefoote,
having gone over to the greenbacksrs, a
writer in the organ ihAks another re
publican should have Johnston s place
as postmaster.
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John Bnll struck ile after all In ob
taining the isle of Cyprus as his share of
Turkey. Wine is only 3 cents a bottle
there, and liinglishmeu can now digest
their beefsteak with wine that is almost
cheap as water. Luckey John Bull, we
now favor annexing Hingiand to I".
Cyprus, wine, and all.
Our exchanges from New York and
Philadelphia speak of brightening busi
ness prospects, and that the effects of a
revival in trade are already being feit.
Wc trust we have seen the want, and
we think we have; we do not expect to
find business improving very fast, but
feel certain that things are going to
mend up slowly. This is true especially
of Baltimore, which has a large and
growing jobbing trade from the .South
ern States. As to the business in New
York, the following statement conies
from a reliable source:
The jobbing and commission houses
nearly all report a large increase of or
ders, not only from the Northwest, but
also from New Kngland and the South
ern States on the Atlantic seaboard.
The Texas steamers continue to take out
as much merchandise as they can carry,
and if the pestilence should spare that
part of the country the demand upon
them will be continued until late in the
season. Savannah, Charleston and
Norfolk are also liberal purchasers. As
for New Orleans and the Mississippi
Valley but few orders can be expected
from that quarter until late in October,
Lv which time the fever, doubtless, will
have disappeared.
In IS6B, John Sherman, in a speech
at Mansfield, Ohio, said, "The man who
would demand the payment of the five
twenty bonds in coin is an extortioner."
Correct John —but now you are on tbe
other horse and say the 5-Aw should be
paid in coin. Now you arc a big fraud
ain't you?
In Allegheny county a citizens' ticket
has been nominated which may bring
defeat to the republicans. Of tbe 14
representatives nominated, 6 are dem>
crafs, t> republicans and 4 nationals, aud
all pledged to vote against J. D. Came
ron for U. S. Senator. The citizens
movement is strong in that county. The
people are tired of ring rule, and have
ina<le this move to break down the ring
that has fattened off the tax-payers so
long. The machine republicans in
Allegheny feel a little uneasy about it
the people have no other remedy,
but to "pool their issues," and put an
end to the political shysters that run up
taxes and then spend the money.
When tramp meets tramp, then—well
here it is:
Jimmy FarTcl, a tram, robbed another
tramp in Huntingdon county, and for
his wes sent to the penitentiary
for five years. That's the way to get rid
of them. Few men however, go longer
than that for murder.
Election dsy, Tuesday, Nov. 6th.
Voter must bo assessed by Thursday,
September &tb.
Voters must pay a State or County tax
by Saturday, October sth.
Foreigners must be naturalized by Sat
urday, October sth.
The bankrupt act died bust Saturday,
31 ult.
Gen. Joseph E. Johnston baa been
nominated for congress by the d emocrat a
of the Richmond, Va., district.
The greenbackers and democrats in
Huntingdon county have adopted the
Eumc ticket. This will make prospects
look bine for the republican ticket.
The largeßt shipments from the oil
regions, in one day, were on Monday,
when 83,500 barrels were shipped.
Frank Hughes will be in Bellefonte 10
inst. to make a greenback speech.
The Clearfield democrats will offer
Israel Test, esq., as a candidate for con
gress in this district—llr. Test :s an able
man and good democrat.
The reported discovery of an immense
cave in Huntingdon county, is' as big a
fraud, as,—as,—as—Rutherford B.
Windfield furnace, Union county has
blowed out, and will be quiet for a long
spell. Thus in a radical county, and in
radical times.
Mosby the rebel guerrilla chief, is for- a!1( j unskilled, or otljr one in ovo
tunate —he is in favor with all republic ry hundred of the populates. por
cau administrations. He was a white tionofibit number must, from vallate
house pet, during Grant's term, and now cause*, necessarily be unemployed, oven
Hayes intends giving him an oflhw. in the best of times, so that the mi <ry
Let the bloody shirt wave, goerrilla caused *-V the deprej.
chiefs are tramp with radical admin**- ion has beta in <>very way
The infant imperial prince of Japan
is dead, says an item of foreign new*.
We have known infanta in these parts
who were not princes, depart, and have
a much longer string printed about
them, than the dead imperial prince of
Japan—however we think a 2 or I line
notice is enough for any baby infant
from prince on down.
Kx-Gov. Ourtin is strongly urged by
some prominent democrats inside and
out of this district for tbe democratic
nomination for congress, upon tbo
ground of tbe strength his name would
give to tbe party.
—Nkw Skßtka of uool B®ok#
Untler thia head, wc w ieu to suggest to i
the School Beard of Potter twp„ the !
propriety of adopting aur striV# of text ;
bH#ks for our Schools. IV c shall take it i
for granted that the want of some new
books i# felt, and that the time has
come, when a partial change, at least,
ought toW made.
If w understand the sentiment of the
Board correctly it is in keeping with the
proceeding statement Jbut hard time# are
pleaded a* a first cans* for inaction at
There is truth in the plea, and yet to
acknowledge that there is reduction in
prices and wages is to acknowledge that
a like reduction has taken place in the
price of books,for trade, in general, is
similarly affected. Our attention has
recently been called to this fact, and we
find the prices at which books can now
be bought, to be ou a level with other
article*. With this view of the matter,
the ploa of poverty is no more weighty
now. than at any otlu-r time. W '
book- are needed ; w ill bo answered at
another time.
A—xvHi \ : —l'r. I'. S, b ishcr, of /.ion, a
sterling democrat an.l good cit:.en, is
urged bv his fricuds for A-sciyblj. lie
is eminently qualified for the position,
and would make a true representative.
Having never held anr-offlee, the demo
cracy would be doing but justice to
nominate Dr. Fislter.
Juhn Waring, who is believed to have
been concerned in tlx* murder of Mrs.
Waple near Wallmx'ton, t'learfiold conn
tv*. in 187<>, was arrested at Portland
Oregon, a few days ago. Turner, who
was seuteneed to be hanged for the crime
but was granted a retrial by the supreme
court, discharged ihe pistol which end
ed Mrs. Waple'a life. Mrs. Waple be
came enamored of Turner, and with the
assistance of Waring a scheme was con
cocted by which her husband was sent
to tho j>euiL.utury for seven year*.
Turner subsettnently tired qf her, and it
is said she was proparing papers u>ai
would have sent him and \\ aring to the
for perjury, whtn the for
mer enticed her to the woods aud fired
several balls into her body, while the
latter. If ho is believed to have been
privv to Uu crime, fled.
The granddaughter of the King of
Madagascar died in Somervillji, Jipw;
Jersey, last week, at the gootl old age of
105 vears Her mother was captured
about the veur 1770 by tire crew of a
slave ship, while gathering shells on the
seashore irnar her father's palace. She
was brought to this country and sold in
to slaverv in New Jersey. Jler daugh
ter, whose death occurred ao ic.siatiy,
became the property of Theodore
Freliughuysen, one of the ancestors of
the well known family of that name,
with whom she continued to reside up
to the time of her death. Two children
survive her, the youngest being SO years
of ago.
New York, August 23.—The labor in
vestigating committee resumed it# ses
sion this morning. Mr. Horace White
was then called bv the committee, and
stated that he had studied the financial
question, and had paid a great deal of
attention to it when he waa a journalist
and since he retired from journalism,
lie thought that the present commer
cial criws is only one of a series that
have occurred among nations for the
past 200 years, which have been preced
ed by rampant speculations. In 1573 he
thought that speculators in railroads had
a great deal to do with causing the de
pression which existed. There was
enormous speculation in land ail over
the country. Prices of real estate multi
plied beyond anything in the recollec
tion of the witness. Obligations incur
red by the building of these railroads
and the purchase of real estate caused
manv parties to become insolvent. Tho
condition of tbe currency bad not in
creased this state of thing*, witness
thought. He found that these periods
of crises came uj>on nations, no matter
whether their currency was gold or pa
per. The speculative era which existed
from 1569 to 1873, witness thought, had
something to do with the present condi
tion of affairs. Accumulation of capital
acting upon the sanguine temperaments
of a certain race of people would pro
duce a speculative era. Over produc
tion by machinery bad contributed to
tbe depression in business by produc
ing more than there was a demand for,
and prices consequently fell according
ly. He did not think that the introduc
tion of machinery had induced this spec
ulative era, and the collapse which fol
lowed it.
He did not think a protective tariff
would raise the wages of the laboring
man. Business bad been greatly injur
ed by protection and be would be better
off under free trade laws. A limitation
of tbe hours of labor should not be made
the subject of legislation, as that would
be in direct contradiction of the func
tions of the government. Regarding a
removal of our surplus population from
eastern cities to public lands in the west
aitness thought that the surplus popu
lation could not be drawn there with a
yoke of oxen, and even if once drawn
ihere tbey would not be content.
C harles Francis Adams, of Massachu
setts, was then called. It was his opin
ion that legislation could not help or
remedy the present business depres
Charles Frederick Adams, a lawyer,
was tbe next witness and proposed as a
remedy for the present distress a mu
tual assurance system against non-em
ployment. Tbe present hard times are
the result of the protective tariff and in
flation of currency.
There seem* to have been an exaggev
•led idea prevalent as to the number of
men out of employment in the United
States. A canvass has been made is Mas
sachusetts by the bureau of statistics, with
gratifying results. The population of
towns canvassed amounts to 1,651.912, of
towns not canvassed. 77,459. In nineteen
cities there are 4,44 i) skilled and 7.096 un
skilled laborers, and in the 325 towns 4,120
skilled and 5,557 unskilled laborers. The
number of unemployed males amounts,
therefore, in the entire state, so far as
heard from, to 21,812. Adding 30 per cent
for females, which according to the last
census, is the relativo "propoilion of the
sexes engaged in industrial pursuits,
brings the number up to 25,508. This in
cludes some 8,000 operatives in Kail l iver
where several large mills were closed in
consequence ot tbo rascalities of their ofli
cer, and are now running again. Assum
ing. however, tbt th% number of tha un
employed in Massachusetts is actually
28,008, or two per cent, of the population,
and that this u fair average ol the whole
country, then, out of the 40,000,000 in the
United States not over MOO,OOO are unem
ployed workmen, and it it believed (tak
ing into consideration that outside of New
Kn gland, New York. New Jersey and
I'enneylWia the people are mostly occu
pied with agriculture) that there aro not
in tIM whole cowUry **),000 unemployed
mechanics and labotati, male and female,
* xl ' K ri' T LiCAS ?1™
During the time the republican parly
lha< been in power in tfcl* state the pW
diturcs of the state government for the or
-1 tilnarv objects of government hsvo boon
„1 rca. Ed from $79.tN4 to the enormous
-urn orst,a:V2,Bb3. These figure# are com
piled Oom the appropriation bills of those
dale- and other official sources We take
the comral year of tlic last demon alio ad
ministration ttiov. Packer) and compare it
j with the last of republican rule (Oov
j Hartranft), which give the following re
, suits. t w it
lfs9. I7H.
1 Salary of governor *4 •> flM
| Sec'v commonwealth... I 7i*l 4 f*X)
! Deputy secretary com
j men wealth... ' l *J{ -'J
Auditor general. I W
Surveyor general iter y
J internal artairsh J 3&X
| Attorney general.... < "J
j Duputv atl v general.... \ **
Adjutant general. W - M -
Superintendent of com
•JumaehoxU I**
State librarian ** 1
State librarian assistant. UX SM
State treasurer - w ,M *"
Cietk and messenger
hire in state and evec
utive departments o 4UO A) lav
CVnUngenl eatwnses for
Private see'y U> gov'nr- hW 3IXX>
Clerk and messenger
hire auditor general s
office "
Contingent expense, for
same 1 tw atw
Clerk and measenger
hire surveyor gener
al's odes, now aec'y
internal affair* - 9 7A) 23 400
Contingent expenses for
same - 'J
Clerk hire attorney gen
eral's office - 1 'hX*
Clerk litre adjutant gen
eral's office ....... 11400
Clerk and ttnwser.ger
j hire -chool depart* ui't 3 'XX) 8 Tu>
Contingent expense# lor
I same - 3 -*0 • at*.'
Clerk and me##nger
hire state trenurer'
office 6 *3O 8 C-0
Ml-cellareous expense#
riaie library 'J Old * AO
Pay of legislature, clerl.j
mileage, stationery,
retributing laws and
journal# "00 Cl 5
Public printing and
binding - 30 000 80 000
Uarrisbug for water. (XX) (XX)
; fi<r public buildings
for IS")
Salaries of *u
prema court
judges .....§ls iOD
Saianex of Phii'a
judge# Id 300
Saiane- of Alle
gheny judges.. 10 AX)
Law judges ef
other counties <>, l iXY)
Associate judges '.'J OCX)
Salarv superintendent
public printing 800 1 600
Contingent expenses for
•simS-.,.m,. - 600
Legs-lative Record |4,
per page tor 1858 aud
§10.40 for 1378) 3 970 38 381
Legislative Itec'rd wrap
per tat J9 per each
member 2 230
Improvement public
ground#, expenses, etc 183! 12 000
Harrisburg fire compa
nies iSI'V eachi (XX) tXXi
Supt. public buii<li..gj
and grounds - SI'J t kX)
Five watchmen public
grounds 4 S(X)
Indexing journals, sen.
•to and bouse 230 300
Oom mi sioner bureau of
statistics 2 500
LieiAorunt governor ...... 3 f#Xi
Janitor (or 5auta.,......... ....... 230
Contingent expenses
board of pardons (for
merly paid by sec'y
of commonwealtb)... 300
I'oUl 879 094 1 332 3N
(We omit appropriation* for common
school*, etc., pensions, interest an d pay
ment upon public debt, guarantee* of
interest to railroad*, canal and navign
tion companies, penitentiaries, house*
of refuge, hospitals, asylums, etc., pay of
Mt-xiiau aoldjprs and other items that
are controlled by temporary circumstan
ces in amount and were unavoidable,
and also suudry fritting and temporary
appropriations for incidental expenses.
Otherwise the foregoing tables include
all the objects of appropriation necessa
ry to the proper coiidsct of the governs
In 1860 the population of the state, as
per United States census, was 2,900,-15,
and the stato expenditures under demo
cratic control were |379,<t84 —or about
thirteen cents for each individual. In
IS7O the population as per census was
3,521,951. Allow ing the same rate of an-,
nual increase as from 1860 to 17>) the
population would be about in
1878. The state expenditures under re
publican control were for that year sl,-
332.353—0r about thirty-three cents for
each individual, Who dare defend this
amazing robbery of the people ?
But an increase of population is not a
just basis for an increase of government
al expenditure, for the same official ma
chinery that will govern three millions
of people w ill equally well govern five
millions, with only slight additions to
the number of local officers, a few addi
tional clerks, some increase of courts,
etc. No more governors or departments
of government existed in 1878 than in
1859, but 118 members were added to
tho legislature by the constitution of
1573, and L: that no particular party is
responsible. The increase of cost, how
ever, by that addition should have been
only trifling.
Stripped of all necessary explanation
then, we hare the fact staring the peo
ple, the taxpayers, broadly in the face
does under democratic kite 11 In other
•words, as the state government need not
cost innch over $.'179,05M, as heretofore
demonstrated by democratic administra
tion.the present republican administra
tion literally rota the people of the immmu
mm "f nearly one million of ih.llart annu
'i'ho fignres we give are from the offi
cial record and they can not be dodged
or explained awny. There they stand
beyond the power of contradiction, or
excuse, or extenuating circumstance.
They clearly show the annual robbery
that is perpetrated upon the people. Do
the people so well like to pay taxes that
they will continue the republicans in
power? I)othey like to be robbed by
tbe million ?
Or will they prefer honest rule and
economical expenditure ?
If the people want to continno the ex
travagant Cameron-republican rule they
will effect their object by voting for
Hoyt ami thus keep the same cormor
ant* in power that have Wen gnawing
their vitals, wasting their substance and
oppressing and grinding them to the
earth for years.
liut if the people want honest and
frugal state government, which shall not
take from them their substance and
shall leave them to the comfortable en
joyment of all their righto and all that
belongs to them, tbey must vote for An
drew H. Dill, the democratic state ticket
and democratic members of tbe legisla
The democratic party, if successful at
the next election, will be under bonds
to administer the government in the
most frugal manner that efficiency will
permit. If it does not do this it will lie
promptly hurled from official place, for
it is upon this pledge that it will come
into power. It therefore will not dare
to fail in this matter of thorough reduc
tion in expenditures.
Hut if the republican party shall again
be successful it will be a license to steal
an endorsement and approval of ex
travagant expenditure, a positive injuno
tion to go on and spend all that is |K>ssi
blc and steal all that is left.' That is the
issue—the people will decide.
i.ei us recapitulate, that the under
standing may not be clouded:
Total amountof discretionary ex
penditures under democratic ad
ministration for one year.
Total amount of expenditure for
aame purposes for one year un
der republican rule. 11,332,383
The people can put a stop to thia ex
tortion, orolllgacy and theft only by
voting against the men who perpetrate
4. greenback orpan of Philadelphia,
called th Rational, Ims failed after an
existence of ninety days.
New York city, up to fcO u!t. raised
$40,000 for the yellow lever aufl'erirs.
Front hiaCincinnati Hpeecli.
I say we tuuet op|mec every thing. Tho
Worklngmon'a party must win, if it has
to wado knee deep fn blood and perish
in battle. [Applause, laughter, and
biases.] The workingmen of this coun
tv must win though hell boil over,
[laughter, applause, and lusses.) They
have a right to control this country. It
is their Cod given rlght-the higher
law, tho law of self preservation. A uiau
bad the cheek to tell me the other day
tliat he was with the Workingmen as
long as they remained inside of the law.
I told him workluguien knew nothing
of such nonsense. All the law that I
know is that one man rating turkey and
another rice. [ l aughter. 1 Tbe man
that does the work has to live off pota
toeaand milk, and the hloodstirking
vampire of labor dines off of a fk'tklu
dinner. Is that the law you uiean, said
1. Oh, no, here is a piece of paper. Hut
1 said if tl were written ou a beefsteak
the workingmen would eal it, for they
are hungry. [Laughter.] The law ia
like the handle of a jug, all on one side.
It is all law and no justice. Before 1
starve in a country like this I will cut a
tuau's throat and take whatever he has
Wbat is called the American colony in
; Paris comltts of about two thousand fami
[ lies, a Urge proportion of them from lbs
J South. A great many of them might be
i regarded almost as permanent rasidsnts.
A goodly number of tbcui are people o!
limited meant, who find that they can live
so much chopper here than in au Ameri
can city that tuey have concluded to stay.
One of these remarked to me to-day : "1
ran live better in l'aris on #j,OUU per an
num thsn I could in New York on S6,OU). "
| Ho then proceeded to detail the difference !
In New York he woyld kg c**tdeJ al
nobody unless he owned or rented a]
brown-stone bouso at from $4,000 to SO,-
vol) per annum. Here be could obtain a
tulle of elegant apartments, in a lasbiona
hie neighborhood, at from \U sl,U('
per annum, and make as good au appear
ance a* any one else in bit sphere. In
New-York he would have to pay $lO per
week for a coachman, while hers he could
engage a landau, with a line pair of horses
and a liveried footman thrown in, to be
always at the reasonable call of his family
for #l2 to sls per w.ek. Then he said W
could clothe himself and family si one-1
half '.hp ctptinfji as-s much htist than he
could ip New-York, tpat rvsnt hire was
not half the cost, and the irrrics^bsttsr;
that there were always amusements here
at moderate cost, aud a cab at call to lake
him and family home at all flours of the
night for two francs ; while in New-Y'ork
such a luxury would cost $- f >. Then there
was little or none of the troubles of house
keeping in Paris, at a family can be fed
j cheaper than it can feed itself, if satisfied
with French Hying.
But, ho remarked, an American can
never feel contented or comfortable in
Parii until he goes to housekeeping and
orders his own food, and prescribe* the
node of cooking it. A Frenchmen love*
the table d hcto, but it is au abomination*
to tbe American. At toon a* they get un-1
dbr their own roofs fbey a)l f!l l%ck to,
the American mode of living, and luxuri-!
ate in griddle cake*, muffin*, hot roll* and
buckwheat cake*, all of which a Parisian!
would regard a poison. They exercise!
the horrible French pattlei, roast aad
stuff their chickens instead of broiling or
frying them, serve up their salad without
oil, and let those who love oil oil it ; they
eat their peat and beans and potatoes with
their meat, and mix things generally just
as tbeT did at home. They know exactly
vehat they are rating, and no longer shut
their eyes and swallow whatever is givea
them, without knowing very often wbelh
cr It is fish. flesh or fowl. When an
American gets under his own roof he 1 s al
ways happy in Paris, and ths ladies es
pecially become attached to it In short
he maintained that an income of $3,000 per
annum would enable a man here to keep
bis family in a* good a position in polite
society as could be done at a cost of slo,*
000 in New-York; that there were certain
expenses necessary to position that were
nut required hera, and that a fine showing
can be made off of a limited purse. —Letter
to Baltimore American.
For October is worthy of especial fa tor,
it i* of more varied interest then any pre
vious issue, nj many of the article* will
attract more than ordinary attention. A
teriea of illustrated paper* upon natural
history and the manners and cuatomt of
tho inhabitant* in Tariou* part* of the
world, now in cour*e of publication, are
full of instruction and entertainment, of
thi* class are an account of a visit to the
Great Foundling Ho*piUl in London by
Rev. llcnry C. Roller, and a curioui des
cription of the old Raplist Monastery at
Euphrata, l's. A graphic description of
the liroadwar Tabernacle, Now York, i*
contributed by George F. Davenport, and
an article of peculiar value on the "Na
ture and Treatment of Inebriety," by
George M. Heard, will be read £with con
siderable interest. There it an admirably
written by Henrietta M. Holdich,
"My Uncle John" one of the career of
tho late millionaire merchant, Jonathan
Sfurge*, and a paper on Klicabeth Barrett
Browning, themcritaof which will not fail
of appreciation. In the department of fic
tion ere: "Hcire** and No lleirew," the
continuation of "Michael Airdee s Free
hold," "In Mischief Again." etc,
Tho number it especially rich in original
poem*, by Byron A. Brook*, Nellie C
Hasting*, l'aul H. llayne, and other*.
The editor, Rev. Charles F. Deem*, dis
course* from the Home l'ulpit on "Spirit
ual Mindednesi" continues his edifying
Popular K*eg<**e*. ■"J ome very pleas
art reading will be found in bis Portfolio
and Library Tablo. Thase are a few of
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which abounds with articles,religious and
secular, embodying beautiful thoughts
and replete with valuable information,
filling together with over 100 Illustrations,
128 quarto pages. The price of a lingle
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New York.
The members of Ihe Reformed end
Lutheran Sunday school, at St. John's
church, near Farmer's Mills, held their {
annual pic-nic, Saturday, Augusts The
order of exercises aas as follows:
School met at the church and formed a
line headed by the Farmer's Mills Cornet
Band, discoursing fine music ; they march
ed to the beautiful grovo near tho church,
in which no pains had been spared to make
it pleasant and comfortable. Upon arriv
ing at this place, prayer was offered by
Hue. Boeder, followed by the school sing
ing an appropriate opening piece. Short
but pleasing addresses were made by Rer{.
Fischer end Boeder, and Messrs. Grove,
Weaver end Krepe. The addresses wore
interspersed with music by the school and
band. Tho singing by the school was ac
companied by an organ, presided over by
Prof. J. F. Ucarick, which he did in a
masterly stylo. The conclusion of these
exercises was the school singing Old Hun
dred, tho Wand and organ joinlitg in the
same. Next in order was dinner, a vary
large table loaded from end to end with
eatables fit for a king, showed that the la
dios wore willing to respond and do their
duty in providing such a bounteous supply
to strengthen tho inner man. All were
well fed and many basket# full romained
to bo conveyed to their homos. Tho after- 1
noon was spent in innocent sport by the
young folks, which tbey indulged in to 1
their utmost satisfaction; in the evening i
they dispersed to their homes with the i
knowledge impressed u|>n their minds of I
having spent a pleasant day. Thus passed j I
another picnic day for the Uuion school.! i
For tho Repot tor.
lit) ANl> I>o TilOU LI KKWINK.
Those words of our Lord draw sltsntioii
to the IMITATION or noon KVAMI-I.E.
i wo things present themselves in the con
sideration of this subject i
I Tur PosamiMTV OK rou.owiKO
ooois ax atari, a. It is possible te do so,
lor Um following retfiPli :
Wo all have the tamo command, 110,
and do thou likewise. If the Lawyer
oeuld Inula to tho example of tho good He
uiarltan, why overy other man can do tho
•erne. And certainly It was possible to
follow him, or Josus, who knew all things,
ami was, therefore, too wise to err, as woil
as 100 good to be unkind, would not bare
commanded hint to do so.
We U have the sauie nature.
All tho saints, wo read of in the Bible,
wero men and not angols, and the spirits
>'t just men made perfect. The) baU de
pravity ignorance and imperfection to
conteud with, at other men have. One
man may naturally have a better disposi
tion mid temperament than another, may
naturally he more moral and virtuous, yet
it it possible for every man to overcome
| the imperfections of his nature, and keep
good examples iu view and follow them.
1 if u f" we *'• "* M'to Jrtu omnia,
all one in Jesus), yet, we are all of one
I and the taiue nature, and may imitate the
virtuous and the good.
. 'V ■" have the same means and
helps afforded ut to attain this end liolh
•\ture and Revelation denote the wavs
which Led approves. Nature contains di-|
ructions in regard of right conduct both
towards (sod and man The Bible reveals
clearly the divine requirements : l>o just- i
hr. love mercy and walk humbly with thy
God. And the Holy Ghost is as ready and
willing to aid one as tbe other. Hence it l
is possible, by the same means, to exhibit
the same line of conduct.
4 We all have tbe same opposition, the!
same opposing forces, tbe world, the llosh
apd the devih
I o. And finally, we all have the tame
I motives—peace of conscience, union with
[God and eternal life. Now, then, if we
are alt on a level and equal footing in re
gard et all these things. Why certainly,
ills possible to follow goetl examples!
Consider pqW „lso-
U. Tbe Commend itself. Go, and do
thou likewise. Jesus Christ, the Sovereign
of the universe, says tin, a*l> vo iuup
tlx swui, M ulUtudes et such as became
good and pious, and remained good and
pious, on earth and are new in Heaves,
speak to ut to-day and *nj ; Go, and do
likewise, b, a
!• \o regard of Repentance. They re
fer to David, Mannasseh. Peter, Paul, the
publican and the prodigal son. etc., saying
thsy repented, and their repentance uiedej
them better men. Go, and do likewise,
and you will become better men.
2. Ofhaitb, they say: Thomas, Cor
nelius, the Centuriao, the Leper, Bunyaa,
Arndt, etc.. believed, and that faith n.
" lanced their hearts and livea, gpq a-ado
them eminently useful, (jo, god do like
wise,' and yuu will be as Ike vs.t of the
earth, |ka light uf the world, cities set un
hills thai can uot be hid, living epislles,
read and known ot all mn.
8 Of Charity and Liberality, they say.
'/.acbius. Jeh n, Howerd, Weeiey, Franke,
Barms, and tbe Samaritan, were benevo
lent and liberal. Go, and do likewise and
you will experience what is real, thorough
4 For examples of Hope they point to]
Moses and Christ, saying follow them and'
you will have a hope that will never put
you to confusion. Their hope did acri Oia
appoint them, and wd[ never make you
Two Remarks.
1. Good examples area safe way to true
happiness on earth.
2. Good examples are a sure finger
board to lleaven. J. T.
Deer, except spotted fawns, may be kill
ed frou, (k-tober Ito December 10. Pen
ally SSO. Dogs running deer may be kill
ed by any person, except in the counties
where such hunting is permitted by spe
cial acta.
Squirrels may be killed from September
I to January 1. Penalty $5 for each squir
Babbits can bo lakaa frem October 13 to
January \. Penalty $&,
\S ild turkeys can be taken from Octo
ber lb to January 1. Penalty $ Ift.
I No wild fowl, which includes ducks,
geese, pigeons, Ac., can be killed between
May 15 and September 1, under a panalle
of $lO.
Woodcock 'may be killed from July!
la January 1, and upland or grata plover
from July 16 to January 1. Penalty $lO
in each case.
Pheasants mav be killed from October 1
to January 1. Penalty $lO.
Kail or reed birds are to be killed only
during the months of September, October
and November. Penalty $6.
Sec. I'd. No person shall at any time
within ibis State, kill, trap or explwe for
tale, or have in hit or her possession after
the same has bean killed, any night haw k.
whip-poor-will, sparrow, thrush, lark,
flncn. martin, chimney swallow, barn
swallow, woodpecker, flicker, robin, oris
ole, red or cardinal bird, cedar bird. Una
ger, cat bird, blue bird or any otber In
sectivorous bird, under a penalty of Ave
dollars for each bird killed, trapped, ex
posed for tale or bad in possession.
Bobbing or destroying nesU of any wild
birda except hawks, crows and other pred
atory birds, it prohibited under a penally
of f la
Killing wild pigeons on their nesting
grounds, or firing guns within one-fourth
of a mile cf such nesting place it prohibi
ted under a penally of SJU. Cituens of tbe
state can be licensed to trap or catch pig
eons ivsy from their roosts except during
tbe netting season by paying S6O. I
Nets, traps, snares or torchlight are pro
hibited to be used in killing wild turkeys,
partridges, weodcock, rail or read birds
under a penalty of $lO, and any person
may destroy such nets, traps, Ac., wherev
er found.
Sunday hunting or fishing Is prohibited
under a penally of $25.
Trout are to be caught with rod, book
and line only during April, May. June
and. July, under a penally of $lO, and all
uiot fishing in trout streams is prohibited
under n penalty of $26.
Trespassing on lands for tba purpose of
taking fish from any privato pond, stream
or spring used for propagating game fish,
after public notice of the owner or occu
pant, is prohibited under a penalty of
Fish basket*, gill nets, pond nets, eel
wiert, kiddles, brush *r faclnc rtots or atiy
other permanently set means ef taking fish,
nre prohibited under a penalty of $25
Seine fishing is prohibited under a penalty
of $25, eicepl for shad with telnas of three
inches mesb.
See. 24 It shall be lawful to fish with
fyke or hoop nets in any of the streams of]
this Commonwealth uninhabited by brook
or speckled trout, during the month* of
March, April, May, Sopltmber. October
and November in each year: Provided,
That the meshes ef said nets shall not be
less than one inch in siea, and that said
net or nets shall not be placed at the con
fluence of anv wing-walls, either newly
made or abandoned. And provided furth
er. That it shall be the duty of any one
taking or capturing by means of any fyke
or hoop net a* aforesaid, any salmon, bass,
trout, speoklad trout, pike, pickcfol or e> -
ery kind of fish introduced into any wators
of this Commonwealth b> the authority of
same for the purposo of stocking tho said
waters, to return the same alive to the wa
ters whence taken ; the violation of any
of the provision* of this sf tion shall sub
ject the offender to a penalty of twenty
fire dollar* for each and every offento.
Black ban, pike and salmon can be
caught with hook and line, scroll or spear
from June Ito January 1. All ba*s under
sis inches in lefiglh must bo returned to
the water. The general length of a mknls
band i* about toven inches, so that any one
can tell what ho ought to keep. Penalty
No person is allowed to catch game fish
by shutting or drawing off waters, or drag
ging or drawing small net* or seines there
in wbcq so drawn off under a penalty of
using of aulcklips, poisonous bait,
■ny torpedo, giant powder or other explo
sive substances for killing fish, is prohibi
ted under a penalty of SSO.
Tho catching ot bait fish by moan* of
band nets or cast nets is not prohibited.
Laka bass, rock bass, or blue sun fish,
species recently introduced by tbo fish
commissioners, (ball not be caught for
three years, from January 1, 1878. under
a penalty of five dollars for each offense.
The sale of pheasants, partridges and
woodsocir, ii alky*'! f 9F * period ot fif
teen days after tha time limited for filing
the lime has expirod.
flie town of Muskolez, capital of tho
circle of ttorsod, to ty.ifngary, was almost
entirely laid wasto on Friday night by a
storm. A thousand house# were destroy
ed by tho rainfall.
Vienna, September 1.- Later accounts
from Miskolez, Hungary, show that tba
damage by the storm exceeds the worst
that was feerod- .9 or corpses have
nlroady been repovorod and SOO persons
aro still missing. At Brian, tba capital of
the county of Hevau, Hungary, situated
on the river Kgcr. and about alxty-flve
miles from Perth, the rivor rose during
the storm and broke through the walls of
tho town. Whola rows of houses were de
molished by tho flood and rnauy|persons
woro drowned,
Washington, Auguat IB.—The recent
decision of Uis Attorney General In re*
gard to jmU'nts seems to hare been pret
ty rurally misunderstood, and to have
cnuned raore alarm and annoyance to
parties interested iu patent privileges
tliun there was any occasion for. The
opinion is almuty to the effect that
where a patent Is applied for and grant
ed to aeveral individual*. all of whom
had signed the application papers and
made oath of joint inventorship, when
as a matter of fart the Invention was
rondo by hut one of the parties, the
patent In absolutely void ana cannot be
rendered valid by any subsequent action!
of tho parties or of the Patent Office, It 1
was issued originally npon false suggest
ti n of joint in vonUirsbip, and wheuier
this occurred through accident or design
tho defect Is equally a fatal one, aud
cannot be cured by any amended grant
setting forth the true relations of the
wevt-ral patentees. The opinion is noth
ing more than a rule of conduct to gov
ern tho future action of the Patent Office
in regard to this class of caseo, and in
nowise reflects upon the title for or
validity of patents wherein assignees be
fore the grant are joined as such with
the inventor as parties in interest in the
A hoy lately died iu Pari* through
eating an inordinate quantity of peach
ipita, which are well known to coutain
a greater proportion of Pruaafc acid
than is found in the atones of other
fruiU. Tha boy wan found writhing
in agony, and survived but a short
Knstein Bros., boot and shoo deal
er*, of San Francisco, have failed for
Hardware! Hardware!! Hardware!!!
Bellefonte, Penn'a.
Have J U|l received and placed on Exhibition and Sale, at their Stores no leas
Fifty-Three Varieties and Styles of Cook and Parlor Stoves,
Single aud Doable Heaters, Portable Ranges, Ac., embracing all the lataet
improvements, newest makes, styles and novelties in the market, combining
all the desirable qualities, such as beauty, durability,convenience and econo
my, They have the only Portable Ranges that will bake in BOTH OVENS
foraalo in tbe county. ENTIRELY NEW,
Every Stove \VARRANTED in every particular.
LOWEST PRICE and satisfaction guaranteed.
Our slock of
Hardware, Tinware, Oils, Pure Leads,
aud PAINTS cannot be exoalled for variety, quality and cheapneas.
EVERY'BODY 13 REQUESTED TO CALL whether wishing to pur
chase or not.
Special Bargains for Cash Buyers ! WILSON A McFARLAKE, Homes' Block, Bellufonte.
Mr. Mickey, wife of the Bonauaa
King, hie i aiphiye which waa once
tho property of i Russian prince, and
it cost her $150,000. It is an inch in
diameter. Her pearl necklace coal
The president of the Central Pacif*
ie Railroad,! few months ago, pur
chased for his wifa a diamond neck*
laoe for $7f1,000.
Marjr Wampler, an inmate of the
County Icfirmary, at Dayton, Ohio,
died, aged 117.
Two Ottawa rioters were fioed 150
and giysn three weeks'in jail and an
other was fined $lO.
In MEN'S and BOYS,
LOUIS DOLL'S Shoe Store.
oppoaila the Buih house, Bellefonte,
room formerly occupied by John
Power*. PWJ
Lincoln Butter Powder, makee bu
ter sweet aodhard, and quicker Us churn
Try il-fortalent Wm. Wolfs llota.
■Spring Mills O. K!
at I. J. Grenoble's Store !
[ has the goods. Largest stock I
Prices Lower than
And now extends a cordial invitation to
bis friends, patrons, and public general
Also a Complete Assortment oi
Ready Made Clothing for men aqd
boy*. Suit* hflof ty bad ip the
Imported and Domestic
Full lines ef
For Ladies, Gents, Roys, Mis**# and
Hosiery, Gloves, Boots and Show,
And the moil complete assortment of
n Central Pennsylvania, and
willcompel you in self defence to buy of i
bin . Also Fish, Salt, eto. ISoc
A full line of Howe Sowing Machines i
and Reed leg for all kind* of machine*. ■
Alto deal* in ail kind* of Grain. Mar- t
ket price paid for tba samo. A spaoialty I
in COAL by tha ear load. t
St. Paul, Mian., August 27.—A special
dispatch to Iht Pioneer Press saysr "A ,
tornado and hall storm at Fargo, .Dakota i
territory, last evening prostrated ten or <
fifteen buildings, and damaged mere, all
the glass In the north windows being brok- '
en. Among tbe buildings blown down
were tbe Episcopal church and tbe new
city' halt. Bis borsee were killed In one
stable. Throe persona were hurt but no
lives were lost,"
Johnny Hteel (Coal Oil Johnny), at one
time e millionaire of ibo oil regions, is
| now clerking in a grocery store In Deenl- 1
'eon, la.
i Ban Kranciseo, August 27.—A dispatch
from Balinas, Monterey county says, to
| day a farmer named Bamuel T. Stephens
murdered his daughter 22 years of agetul
ling her throat. Ue then look a dose of
strychnine and afterwards blew bis brains
out with a musket. Despondency about
money mailers was the cause.
I" "i ♦ • "
On Saturday night last at about twelve
o'clock the water-power saw mill and eev
,Al thousand feet of lumber belonging to
Mr. John Oopenhaver, was burned We
are Informed that the loss la fully covered
by insurance in the agency of Plumraar A
Co,, this placg.— Tyrone JlrraUt, 0.
Tho Lock Haven market: Buttor,
15 to 18c; egg*, 12c; new potatoes, 50c
per bu; rhkkeua, 40 to 50c per pair, p
--jple butter, HOr per gallon; lard, 10c per
pound; ]aa, 5c per qt. beam, 10c per
peck; cabbage, 3 to 8c jer heed, applea,
40 to 60c per bu. blackberries, 4 and 6c
per qt; huckleberries*, 4 t) fle per qt;
corn, 8c per slot.
Offer* her services to the ladies of Cen
tra Hall and vicinity, in all kind* of work
partaining to dreas making Term* raas
unable, and satisfaction guaranteed
Kindly solicit* a sbara of palronag*.
•J may Sm
— * MLl—„
(iKAiiAM & SON,
A*l> *-HCi~ a-.
TKE ' Y '
: Ladle's fine Button Boots, $1.76
iLadie's Lasting Gaiters, 1.00
Ladies Lasting Slippart, .60.
; Ladies Lasting Tip Uaitbrs, 1.36,
i Ladle's Co*r*^ T Shoos, 1.00
jtienl'a fine Calf Boeta, handmade, a.60.
Gent's Alalia Buckle Shoes, 1.60.
All kind of PLOW SHOES for
Hen and Hoy*.
The latest stylo of LADIE S FRENCH
HEEL BOUTS, made oa tb* French
Last. Call and see them. A fine
stock of tfie Best Buenos AT re*
Sole Leather, Calf Skina
Keeps Lasts, Pegs. etc.
always a full
Candy Manufactory & Bakery.
Mr. Albert Rauth,
j BlfcHtfP BAKERY,
is dow making the venr beat
in Bellefonle.
Candies and Confections.
He also manufactures all kinds of can
dies, and dealers can purchase of him at
low as in tba city. Candies of all kinds al
ways an hand, together with Oranges,
Lemon*, Figs, Dates, Nuts, Syrups, Jel
lies and everything good.
An Excellent outer ealooa aUo at
tached to the Bakdry. Call and see
\J 8. T. Shugert, having purchased the
Drug store on Allegheny street, Belle
fonte, next door to the hardwere Store of
Hicks A Bro., hat stocked and filled it out
with all the most popular
j ARTICLES, Ac,, Ac., Ac. j
t~ " -f
Patent Medicines, Alcohol, pure Wines
and Liquors Tor medical purposes only.
Physician's firescripttoni carefully com
pounded and orders answered with car*
and dispatch. Farmers and Phyticians
from the country will find our stock of
This Store wilt remain under the direc
tion of the acpomph|hed druggist and
pharmacist heretofore connected with it,
Mr. H. M Harrington, and we respectful
ly solicit the custom of our friends and
the old patrons of the store.
19ptf S. T. SHCGERT. '
Penn't Valley Institute.
Th# fourth Hossion of thli CLASSICAL'
School will commotio* on the 22 of July,'
snd oontlnu* ton weeks. Rtudrnts of both
admitted; Hpec-isl attention civ
•n to those prepermg to tearh. Tuition,
according to brunches !u Jicl. Hoarding
from fa to ft 50 j>*r week including room.
No reduction in tuition will be mode on
account of absenca "icept In CUM of 111-
m-aa. Address. CJ. W. FORTNEY.
II Centre Halt, Pi.
Power's Shoe Store
HAS DfttN removed from the old rootu
, eppocite the Bush lioute to •
in the lluib Arced*, for the purpoe* of
carrying e larger slock of
and all goods belonging to that branch of
trade. We now bar* tn* largest stock In
Centre county, and also the very best
quality of good* which can be substantia*
tad by our customers.
W* do not propose to quote prices, but
people com* and judge for themselves.
Further, we will self the same quality of
goods cheaper then any others advertised
or unadvertisod.
We also keep on hend Summervllle's
Celebrated Oak Tanned Leather, which at
the Centennial was awarded 2 medals for
fU superiority over other leather, and sail
it cheap as can be bought at the tan yard.
Alao the best of Hemlock Leather
ttellefonte, 28 may 2m
LoOR! lA)*!
—— •
*\ew Bank Building.
A Full Line of GENERAL
MERCHANDISE, carefully selec
ted, and embracing all manner of
Furnishing Goods
Fall line of
Hats and
For Men, Boys and Children.
Call and be Convinced ibat this is the
Cheapest place to boy goods in this
PRODUCE received in exchange
for goods.
Rememdrr the pltce—in the New
Bank Building, opposite the Old
In Bank Building, Centra Hall,
would respectfully announe to the citi
tens of this vicinitv that be has taken
rooms in above building where be is pre
pared to do all kinds of work belonging
to bis line, for men and boys, and accord
ing to latest styles. Goods sold by earn-
Sle. Having had nine years
e guarantees all work to render perfect
satisfaction, and solicits a share of the
public patronage. fidecy
HIS at aaocKKaaorr. j.v. SHCOEBT
President. Cashier.
(Late Mtlliken, Hoover A Co.)
Receive Deposits,
And Allow Interest,
Discount Notes,
BUT and Sell
Government Securities, Gold A
tplOSPtf Coupons.
We are now selling
New Pianosf 8125
Bach, sad all at,l tactadtae Grand, Snais aad
JS'SsSj. all at UmWSSSI
M< aaafc nboUaala factor, pnaaa. dttaci M> tW par
'Saw Ha Aeaata as ecaaataaioai ma itlnnMH
Plana. tor Sat* . <,
New Patent Duplex Overstrung Scale,
wbkb la att boat sasaSl.a lb. malaat UapisiSßOal
nrnr pat a Ifaan Plato pradartfac Uw Mat at
"SW'SI posror. rtcbaaaa and drptbof taar.aad taaa
tataiae atn* ioa oaalH* aarar Mora att. mad Oat
Lfrteau arm iba IMM la Aan.taa Ptaeua aaat aa
trial ttaa't tall *a artsa far lUaatsaMd aad Psasilpl-
Ira Oasa Itaia-sallsS fraa.
No. 21 East Fifteenth Street.
21febsevm New York
Hardware Store.
A new, complete Hardware Store hat
been opened by the undersigned ia Cen
tre Hail, where he is prepared to sell all
kinds ol Building and House Furnishing
Hardwere, Nail*. Ac.
Circular and Hand Saws, Tennon Saws,
Webb Saws, Clothes Racks, a full amort
ment of Glass and Mirror Plat* Picture
Frames, Spokes, Felloes, and Hubs, table
Cutlery. Shovels. Spades and Forks,
Locks, Hinges, Screws, Sash Springs,
Horse-Shoes, Nails, Norway Rods, Otis,
Tea Bells, Carpenter Toojf, r*\at,
Picture* framed tn the inert style.
Anything not on hand, ordered upon
shortest notice.
Remember, all goods offered cheap
er than elsewhere.
printed en 60 Mixed Cards for 16 els , on6o
White Bristol for 12 cU., on 25 Transpa
rent cards tor 'JO rts. Other Styles as low.
Ckntrr P A
rE^'Y^O^KH?¥iU)! v ß.
The Forks House, at Coburn station, is
naw and commodious, and is kept in best
manner. Bed and board to none
in the county, kUbiing for 30 horse*.
A* a summer resort it will be found all
that could be deeired, right in the heart ol
good fishing and hunting grounds, and
surrounded by the most romantic rcanery.
BRICK FOR BALl.— first class "VrGl
on hand for sale at Rerbe's Centre Hal!
brick yards. These brick art
offered so low that it will pay persons at r
distance to come here for them.
Intending to continue in the manufac
ture of brick they will be kept constantly
on band, and fair inducement! offered to
"•ugtf. H. K. ZERBI
— _ VTTV
DILOI ahts-fii sasyssst
>t tatt bulHMt. Adi'r**, BUasoaV iVu*nsVs*
* mat. f
We print envelopes as low as $1 per
thousand. Send us your envelopes. We
print letter heeds, and statement* as low
as $1,26 per 1000, when persons Bed the
. To sell Dr. Chase's Recipes; or Informa
" M°h fot; Everybody, in every county in
• the United States and CunaJaa., Enlarged
• by tbejpublihar to 648 pages. It contains
f yfer awo household recipes and is suited
to all classes and conditions of society. A
wopderfulbook and a household necessi
ty. It sells at sight. Greatest induce*
I menu ever ottered to book agents. Dim,
, pie copies sent by mail, Postpaid, for 92.00.
KxoUislve territory given. AgenU more
I than double their money. Address Dr.]
Chase's Steam Printing House, AnnJArborl
Michigan, 9 may 184 *
{Successor te J K. Miller A Sow.] >
Dealer In Pure Drags, JVcdicinea.Ftir.-
<7 Articles, Dye Ulaflk nn
Druggiet s Mttndriiw, Fi!
stock of Confine*
For Medicinal Purposes.
__ _ . tb *st nmAwna
Here secured the services of Dr J. F.
Alcs.nder, who will attend to the Com*
pounding of Prescriptions. 28 mar. ly.
fj <cravow - i •
Get Tour Photographs Enlarged! *
plain, especially the eyes. In sending p| c .
•'*■7' ">*nli lb * Color ofY.M
and Heir. Pries; |1 for one picture
Frames furnished cheap. For further
particulars, address,
CKAi: W. DZMTOT Cbw/rs Ball, P
j tiCftLIPC
Dentist, Mlllheim.
J?iieW W "^ U Mt ~ t
Ua mat. mm * faster a* eMuEvWEmaTZ;. .
tateg v*w. oseisei mm rwi#a* mil Mart V
r*. eil pm 4ar at km mtX m* tO££
*t#t aeS term. fraa. IMm. TaitT (to. A*M£s,
* mar. r
Fashionable Dressmaker.
—Mrs. Smith, dress maker. Centre 4
Hsll, desires to call attention to iier asm* I
pies of trimmings of all kinds,-also, sub*
■das of new styles dry goods. Cutting end
Suing done to order, and old dresses
cleaned and dona over bw bar. Oantla*
men's shirts, cuffs and collars made to or
der and warranted to fit Has also just
reeeivad a new stock of Spring styles,
fashion platan, patterns. Ac. C.U and
** aOspt tf.
No. 6 Rrockerboff Row, Bellefcnte
rfttß,e, T.FawcyC;wsdß *c M
Pure Wines and Liquors for medical . .
purposes always kept. mayl 72 *
.w. \ 3A? I£ ,
' R{*lctfly inform, the citiaensofCen*
tre Bed and vicinity that he has opened a
new shop in the old Bank Building. New
work turned out according to style, and all
kind, of repairing neatly dona, and on
* short notice. Prices reduced atd te suit
' thltimes. 7 f.b. Cm.
T C M entikk; DEHTIST,
We would respectfully announce to tbs
2 dUkens of Penn. Valley that ha has per
wanently loceted ie Centre Hall where ha
Is prepared to do all kinds of Dental work.
L All work warranted or no money asked.
Prices low to suit the times. SI fan. v.
■ By calling at the new and eaten
slve bakery establishment of
(Successor to J. H. Sands,)
Opposite the Iron Front on Allegheny k ..
e street where he lurnishea every day
_ Fresh Bread,
Cakes of ell kinds.
Pies, etc.. etc.,
e Spices.
, , ~, . Fruits.
, Anything sad everything belonging to
J the business. Having had yean of expe
rience in the business, ba tatters himself
that be can guarantee satisfaction to all
who may favor him with their patronage.
offers hia services to the citizen* of
Centre countv in
Mjr and Ornamental
Striping, ornamenting and gilding,
! (rraining
Plain and Fancy Pa par banging. Order*
respectfully solicited. Tern* reasonable.
JO apr tf.
Furniture Rooms!
rwpecifuily inform* the cilitcti of Cealr*
county, that be ha* bought out the *l4
• (land ot J. O. Dnnißitr, and baa reduced
the price*. He baa coutaatl; oa hand
and make* to order
TABLES, Ac., Ac.
Hi* *lock of ready-made Furniture j*
large and warranted of good workman*
1 hip, and i* all made under hie immediate
supervision, and k offered at rate* cheaper .
• than elsewhere.
Call and tee hi* stock before purchasing
elaewhere. felt 26
F. FQRTNBY Attorney at Lsw
UeUafonie, Pa. Oflee over Rev
no Ida bank. Wwij^
WE. P. WILSON, Attorney^at*Law
Bellafonte Pa. OSce ia Mr*. Bee
. r's Building, Belleioate Pa.
at hiaeftabliahment at Centre Hal!, keep
on hand, and for tale, at the most reason*
ble rate*.
& Sprlag WagenS,
Plain and Fancy,
and veblclee of every description made to
order, and warranted to be made of the
best seasoned material, and by the most
skilled and competent workmen. Bodies
for buggies and spring- wagon* Ac., of tba
most improved pattern* made to order,
al*e Gearing of all kinds made to order.
All kinds of repairing done promptly and
at tba lowest possible rates.
Persons wanting\nvthing in hk Its* ato
requested to call and exataiae hi* work,
tfc. will find it not to be excelled for duN
tility and wear. may 3 tl
Of TR^ : . W rt^ ,^i^?ntPO, * b ® Railway la si*
™ SpUNTY. KANSAS, about
S!!ri7- b J tt# Ivies *cic
. * VZf * bicb We are selhae at an aver
**° ,? 5 per *cre on easy term* of pay-
Alternate sections of Government
al Mttfer" t * lten ** bo® 3o ** o b J actu-
K f BKLT of Central Kansas, t&ft
TT;. W j D i. er wbe "t producing district 9( te
R,?.K 6 f Sutß# > yielding from $> t# 8$
Bumfaeh per Acre.
f„ * Tep ®*® y Wit It rahsfatt in thla con*,
*7. ML n W inches per annum, cna
V\r9 greater tban in the much-extolled
which hat a yearly
•VL °''wtnan 23 inches per annum
' ,n Jr e s*??® 'ongitude.
Stock-Raising and Wool-Growing are
*if ry . K ® m uneratiTe. The winter* are
snort and mild. Stock will lire all the
year on grass! Living' Stream* a4i
springs are numerous. Pure water i
found m wells from So W feet deep.
F l6 Sumate in the World No
teyer aifid ague tbeie- No muddy ©rim*
passable roida. plenty of fine building
stone, lime and sand. These lindi an he
npidly settled hy the hest class of
Northern and Eastern people, and will so
appreciate in value by the improvements
now being made as tomakotheir purchase
at present prices one of the very best in
vestments that can be made, aside from
the profits to be derived from their culti
vation. Members of our firm reside in
w A-KKEN'EY. end will show lands at
any time. A pamphlet, giving fail infor
mation in regard to soil, climate, water
supply, Ac., will be sent free on request.
106 Dearborn St., Cbicazo,
,Or Wa-Keeney, Trego to. Ks, gfcplOa