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THE CENTKE REPORTER.
Centre Hall, Fa, Th'wd. Sept. 12/78
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moon star a sad *<rv •*-> •>•
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——Tax-payers, go and hear Dill and
Curtin, at Millheim, Friday uight,
Avfam Hey. Esq., i announcod
in this issue as a candidate for Senator.
Pic-nics are getting to be like the
closing words of a public sa!a-"too numer
ous to mention."
Special inducements are offered to
farmers, by Mr. Brown, successor to Short
lidge & Co., tor grain. All kinds of coal
always oa band at lowest possible prices.
E. S. Garver, of the Worth Co.
iMoA firnr*. once a typo in the RaroaTtK
office, is chairman of the Worth Co. Pem.
committee. Klias is on the way to make
Pomona Grange at its meeting at
Centre Hall, on TuMdty, decided that the
annual pic-nic bo fcelJ at Btate College,
—A good while shirt at 7oc. aVGug
genheimer A Co's.
—lf you want to hear two good
speeches, go aud hoar Dill and I ur
tin at Millheim ou Friday night 13.
Canton, Miss., is one of tbe plague
stricken towns. We see by the America*
CJfiw* of that town, of SI ult., that James
A. Coplin, who learned the printing busi
ness in the Raroßfaa office, and who has
been business manager ef the for
some years, is one of the few heroes who
has not fled, but has enrolled his name as
one for the formation of a Howard Asso
ciation, for the relief of their fellow citi
zens stTicken down with yellow tever.
Canton, like Grenada, has been deserted
by nearly all who could get away, and Mr.
Coplin is among the few who remain. It
requires a great deal of courage to thus
face yellow Jack, and we score one in fa*
vor of James A. Coplin for bravery in the
midst of death and disease.
The meeting of the Veteran Club of
Centre county, at Pine Grove Mills, on
last Saturday, was a grand success—the
largest yet held. The weather was pli
ant, and the crowd numbered about 2600.
The town was decorated with arches, ever
greens and flags, with appropriate mottoes.
In the large woods a stand was erected
and festooned with flags and evergreens,
and in front of the stand, spanning the
middle row of seats, was a beautiful arch
of evergreen, with a fine likeness ef the
father of his country for a centre piece.
About 11 o'clock the line was formed at
the east end of town, with Mr. Fry as
Chief Marshall, and marched to the grove,
headed by one of the brass bands.
The following bands were present .• Zt
on, Bellefonte, Millheim and Pine Grove",
all which did themselves credit in dis
coursing flee music.
Arrived at the grove, tbe President of
the Club, Gen. Beaver, called tbe assem
bly to order, which was composed of tbe
beauty and chivalry of the county. After (
a fervent prayer by one of the ministers, 1
Kev. Linn delivered the address of wel
come which was full of kin Jness and good
will for the Club and audience. This was
responded to on behalf of the Club, by
Gen. Beaver, and after alluding to the pa
triotic deeds of tbe boys, and the pleasant
time in store for them duriog tbe day", as:
evidenced by the many baskets of good
things to be seen, be concluded by saying,
they bad come to eat them out, and in
tended to stay until they cl eaned them out.
(This, tho end showed, was a bigger con
tract than the Club was able for, and the
General would have been obliged to de
tail 100 men to stay a few days in order to
eat up all that the good and handsome la
dies of Pine Grove and vicinity bad pr.v
Minutes by D. 8. Keller followed next,
then roll-call, when a recess until 2 o'clock
was announced, and tables were spread.
There was an abundance ofovery thing in
meats, cakes, pies, preserves, jams, pick
les, coflee, etc., etc., and appetites to match.
The people of Pine Grove and vicinity had
provided bountifully and by excellent ar
rangement none were missed in having a
good feast. "We were captured by Capt.
Dcnlap and Yony Hess, and quartered at
their board, and bad in consequence to re
fuse a dozen other kind invitations. We
roust say that those poople up there show
ed a whole-souled hospitality that will
long be remembered as one of the events
of Pine Grove.
At 2 p. m., the meeting was again called |
to order, and the orator of the day, Gov.
Curtin, was introduced. It is needless to
• peak of bis address, as his manner, abili
ty *and eloquence are so well knowa to our
The cbolr sang Hail Columbia, in a
charming style, and the bands made the
woods resound with their strains at proper |
There was perfect order all day—we did j
nctnoticeor bear of asingle case of drunk
enness or misconduct.
The committees were appointed for the j
next year, and Pleasant Gap fixed upon as
the next place of meeting. The Treasurer,
Col. Gregg, reported a balance of S9O in
Clothing cheap. A good dark auit
of Clothing at Guggenheitner A Co's for
Farmers, if you wish to strike the
best market for your grain, call on Mr.
Lawrence Brown, successor to Shortlidge
& Co. in coal and grain, where you will
get the highest price, and meet with fair
Newman has a merchant tailoring
department connected with his Clothing
store, where suits will be made to order,
on short notice, and lower than elsewhere.
Sechler & Co. are constantly re
ceiving new supplies of fresh groceries,
which they are selling at yery low prices.
Their present stock cannot be excelled
either in quality or in variety. Queens
ware, stoneware, yellow and Rockingham
ware in all styles, sizes and shapes. Teas:
Young Hyson, Imperial, Gunpowder Ja
pans, Ooleng, very choice goeds, unprc
cedently low. In fine groceries their stock
is entirely complete ; canned goods, pick
les, sauces, oils, bananas, oranges, lemons,
cranberries, sardins. Our Spices are guar
anteed perfectly pure. Tobaccos and ci
gars, all of popular brands and best quali
When bran new pianos can be
bought for $125, we ought to become a mu
sical and people. This is
what the Mendelsshon riano Co., 21 East
15th Street, New York, are doing—selling
pi&noi from their factory at these prices.
The great reputation of these pianos—hav
ing been unanimously recommended for
the highest boners at the great Centennial
Exhibition—and the high character of the
company for honorable and straightfor
ward dealing, should insure for them lib
eral patronage. Their illustrated and de
scriptive catalogue, of forty odd pagea,
wiving highest testimonials of leading mu
sicians, will be mailed free to all, and all
Jaquixios by letter cheerfully answered. It
Go an.l hear Dill nnd ('nriin nt Mill*
heim, on Friday night. 13 .
—Read tha adv. of Shook d Son,
Farmer's Mills. Titer oflcr to sell otl
a splendid stock of More goods at Coat
A better opportunity for bargains was
never offered before in this valley.
—The Second Quarterly Meeting
for Peun's Valley Circuit, M. lv
church, will be held in Millheim, Sat
urday and Sabbath, 14th nnd Ibtb
inst. Rev. Frof. Dean, A. M. of
College is expected to preach on
Sat. and Sub. Quarterly C'otif. Sat.
evening immediately nfler preaching.
W.R. Whitney, Tastor.
Dill and Onrtin at Millheim, on Fri
day night, 13. Honest men turn out
and bear the issues discussed.
—Maiusombi'ku. —Another hous*
will be erected at tho upper end of
town this fall. Squirrels were plenty
along tho mountain, but are scarce
Ou last Saturday morniug the barn
of Mr. Jacob Havel, west of here, was
totally destroyed by fire. The flames
were first discovered between 2 and
3 o'clock, by Mr. Hate), sr., who gave
the alarm by ringiug the bell, which
soon brought tho neighbors ami "kown
folks to tho spot. The live stock was
saved, likewise the farming imple
ments, except reaper, hay rake, drill, 2
fanning mills, 1 uew 2horso sled, 2
alcighs, sotuo gears, and a lot of meat
—all these were burned. Tho stock
and crop belong to Jacob llaxel, jr.
Mr. Hazel intends building another
barn this fall. Insurance in the
Pennsvalley Co., I'.HJO. Ghkki.y.
—Ou next Friday uight Dill and
Curtin will address a meeting at Mill
heim. All, without respect to party,
should go aud hear them.
—Shock's at Farmer's Mills are
selling their large utoek of goods at
Cost. See adv.
Why is it that you can buy at greater
bargains in Centre Hall now, than ever
you could ? Because Guggenheiraer A
Oomp. are preparing themselves to make
room for a new stock, and our young friend
Mox has laid out quite a lotof remnants of
Calico and Delain, which will be sold
cheap. Calico at 4c. and Delain at Sc. per
yard, Cash, It
We are paying now loc. for good
butter. Eggs 12), at Guggenheimer &
Farmers go to L. L. Brown, Belle
! fonte, with your grain—he pays the best
prices, and sells the cheapest coal.
C A N D* ID* A T E S.
Hon. C. A. Mayer, of Lock Haven,
j will be a candidate tor Fres't Judge, sub
ject to democratic rules.
We are authorised to announce that C.
18. M'Cormick, Esq. of Lock Haven, will
I be a candidate for President Judge, sub
ject to democratic rules.
We are authorized to announce that 1\
Gray Meek of Bciletonte, will be a candi
date for Congress, subject to the decision
| of the democratic county and district con
We are authorised to announce that
D. G. Bush, of Bellefonte, will be a can-
I didate for Congress, subject to detuo
-1 cratic rules.
Adam Hov, of Bellefonie, is a candidate
for stale Senator, subject to democratic
We are authorize,! to announce the
same of C. T. Alexander of Bellefonte, as
a candidate for State Senator, subject to
the decision of the democratic county con
Dr. P. S. Fisher af Zion, is a candidate
' for Assembly, subject to democratic rule*.
Jas. F. Weaver, of Milesburg, will be a
caudidatefor Assembly, subject to demo
Sam'l Gilliland, of College, will be a can
didate for Assembly, subject to democrat
jno F. Krebs, of Ferguson, will be a
candidate for Assembly, übject to demo
W. A. Murray, of Roalsburg, will be a
candidate tor Assembly, subject to demo
cratic rule*. . „
Wm. L. M*or, of Penn, will bo a can
didate for Assembly, subject to democrat
John Spangler. of Potter, will be a can
didate for Sheriff", subject to democratic
rules. . ....
W. 11. Noll, of Spring, wul be a candi
date for Sheriff, *ubjct to democratic
Johu B. Leathers, of Howard twp., will
be a candidate for Sheriff, subject to dem
Jeremiah Tressler, of Harris twp , will
be a candidate for Sheriff, subject to dem
George Hoffer, of Potter will be a can
didate for Sheriff, subject to democratic
J. S. M'Cormick. of Ferguson, will be a
candidate for Sheriff, subject to democrat*
L-T. Munson, now of Beilefonte, will
be a candidate for Sheriff, subject to the
decision of the democratic county conven
John R. Bair. of Penn, will be a candi
date for Sheriff, subject to democratic
Michael J. Decker, of Potter, will be a
candidate for Commissioner, subject to
H. A. Mingle, of liaines, will be a can
didate for Commissioner, subject to demo
J. B. Heckman, of Gregg, will be a can
didate for Commissioner, subject to demo
J. N. Hall, of Howard twp., will be a
candidate for Commissioner, subject to
Jacob Dunkle, of Walker, will be a
candidate for Commissioner, subject to
John Grove, of Potter, will be a candi
date for Commissioner, subject to demo
J. 11. Hahn, of Milesburg, will be a
candidate for Commissioner, subject to
A. J. Greist, of Unionville, will be a
candidate for Commissioner, subject to
George Swab, of Harris, will be a can
didate for Commissioner, subject to dem
John Ifov, jr., of Marion township, will
b a candidate for Commissioner, subject
to democratic rules.
John Hoffer of Beilefonte, is acandidate
for Treasurer, subject to democratic rules.
Dr. J. W. Steraro. of Millbeiin, will be
a candidate for Treasurer, subject to dem
Adam Yearick, of Marion, will be a
candidate for Treasurer, subject to demo
We are authorized to announce that
Win. Ebrhard, of Potter, will be a candi
date for Treasurer, subject to democratic
We arc authorised to announce that
John H. Barnbart of Spring township will
be acandidate for County Treasurer, sub
ject to democratic rules.
B. P. Leathers, of Unionville, will be a
candidate for Treasurer subject to
H. A. M'Quistian, ot Beilefonte, will be
a candidate for Treasurer, subject to dem
P. W. McDowell, ofHoward boro.,will
be a candidate for Treasurer, subject to
Ma. Kurtz: Please announce that 1
purpose to be a candidate for the office of
Prothonotary, and if so fortunate aa to re
ceive the favorable consideration of my
fellow democrats in tbeir primary assem
blies. will pledge myself, if elected, to a
faithful and satisfactory discharge of the
duties of the office. S. T. Shuokrt.
J. C. Harper, now of Beilefonte, will he a
candidate for Prothonotary, subject to
Samuel J. Herring of Gregg will be a
candidate for l'rolnonotary, subject to
B. F. Sbafer, of Walker, will be a can
didate for Prothonotary, subject to demo
It. G. Brett, of Ferguson will he a can
didate for the nomination of Prothonota
ry subject to democratic rules.
"Mr. 8. M.hwartz, of Potter,, desires to
inform his friends and democrats that be
will be a candidate for the nomination of
G. W. Kurnberger, of Patton twp., will
be a candidate for Prothonotary, subject
to democratic rules.
Wm. E. Burcbfield will be a candidate
for Register, subject to democratic rules.
Wm. A. Tobias will be a candidate for
Recordcr t subject; to; the usages; of the
DEMOCRATIC DELEGATE ELRU
The Democratic voter* of Centre ount;
r will meet nt tho regular place of ho! Jin
the general election for auch district oi
SAT I UDA Y. YIIK 14th DAY OF SEP
i TKMRKIt, 187S, to elect delegate* to Oi
Democratic C unty Convention- TU
election will open at 2 o'clock p. in. niu
, close at t> o'clock it. iu.
' The delegate* chosen at tho above linn
will meet in the Court lloin* ut llellefonte
• on TCRSDAY. THE ITlh DAY OF SKI'
TKMUKR. al2 o'clock, P in , |0 MMI
nate one candidate tor Congress; one fo
■ President Judge ; ono for Senator; tw<
i for Assembly; one tor Sheriff"; one fo
Treasurer ; one for I'rothonotary ; one t<
' Register ; one for Recorder ; two tor Com
missionar* ; one for Coroner, 0..e lor At
ditor, and one for Jury Commissioner, t t
till out the uncipire.l lermot C.donal ltub
el. it will also be the duty ol'lhe couvei
tion to select Congre--ional, Judicial am
Senatorial conferee*, and tr<mart suet
other busino.-* as may be regularly brough
before it. The number of delegates ti
which each district 1* entitled under tin
present apportionment, i* a* follows
)\Y W 1 Harris towuship,
Belletonta. ;S W 2 Howard do
I X \V Huston tin
Mileeburg boro. I Liberty do
Unlonville do I Marion do
Howard do 1 Mile*
Philipsburg do 'J [ ration do
Itogga township - ; Pcnn do :
Rentier da 1 . Potter do
Rurusido do 1 Rush do
College do I Snow shoe do
Curtin do l Spring do
Ferguson >to I Taylor no
lregg do 4 Union do
Haines do I Walker do
Halfuiooit do I Worth Jo l
The delegate election in all cases to b
conducted strictly in accordance witbth
rule* of the party heretofore, except a, t
the time of opening and clou: g, which ti
as above stated
The delegate election ill's!! cases to bt
conducted strictly in accordance with the
following rule* :
Ist The election for delegates to repre
sent the ditferent districts in the annus
Democratic countv convention, shall b.
held at the usual place of holding the gen
erai elections for each district, on the Sat
urdav preceding the third Tuesday in Sep
ternber, in each and every year, beginning
at two o'clock p. m , of said day. luiitinu
iug until six o'clock p. m.
lid. The said delegate election* shall be
held by au election boaid, to consist of tin
member of County Committee for eacb
district, and two other Democratic voters
thereof, who shall be appointed or dcng
nated by the County Committee In cast
any of tho persons so constituting the
board, shall be absent from tho place of
holding the election for a quarter of an
hour alter the time appointed, by Rule
First, for the opening of the same, his or
their place or placet shal 1 be tilled by an
election, to bo conducted, rim r >ee, by the
democratic voter* present at the time
3d. Every qualified voter of the dis
trict. who, at the inte general election vot
ed the democratic ticket, shall bo entitled
to a vote at the delegate elections ; and
any uualifled elector of the district who
wiil pledge his word of honor to support
tho Democratic ticket at the neat general
election shall be permitted to vote at the
4th. The voting at all delegate elections
shall be by ballot; upon which ballot shall
be written or printed the name or names of
the delegate or delegates voted t,-r, togeth
er with any instructions which the voter
may de.-ire U> give the delegate or dele
gate# Each ballot -hall b-' received Iroiu
the person voting tLw sfima, by a member
of the election board, and by bin) Jeponi
ted in a bo* or other receptacle provided
for that purpose, to which box or other re
ceptacle, no person but member* of the
election board have access.
fith. No instructions shall be received
or recognized unless the same be voted ut>-
on the ballot as provided in Rule Fourth,
nor *haJl such instructions if voted upon
the ballot, be binding upon the delegates,
unlet* one-half or mora of lb# ballots shall
contain instruction* concerning tun .*mo
office. Whenever half or more of the bal
lpU shall contain instructions concerning
any office, the delegates elected at such
elections shall be held to be instructed to
support the candidates having the big! ot
number of votes for such office.
Ctb. Each election board hal! keep an
accurate list of tho names of all persons
voting at such claciion;; !.jn list of vo
ter* together with a full and re
turn of such election containing an accu
rate statement of the person* elected dele
gates and all instructions voted shall be
certified by taiJ board, t > the County Con
vention, upon printed blanks to be furn
ished by the County Convention.
7th Whenever from any district qual
ified democratic voters, in numbers equal
to five times the delegate- which such dis
trict has in the County Convention, shall
complain in writing - i an undue election
or fa'** return of delegates or of instruc
tions. in wrhtcu comolainL- the alleged
fact* shall be specifically set forth and ver
ified by the affidavit of one or more per,
sons, such complainants shall have the
right to contest the seal of such delegates
or the validity of such instructions. Such
complaint shall be board by committee
of five delegates to be appointed by the
President of the convention ; which said
committee shall proceed to hear the par
ties, their proofs and allegations, and as
soon as may be report to the convention
what Jalogates are entitled to seats therein,
and what insUuction* arc binding upon
such delegates. Whereupon the conven
tion shall proceed immediately upon the
call of the yeas and nays, to adopt or re
ject the report of the contesting parties.
In which call of tho yea* and nays, the
names of the delegate} whose seats ate con
tested or whose instructions are disputed
shall be omitted
nth. AH delegates must reside in the
district they represent, in case of absence
or inability to attend, substitutions may be
made from citizens of the district.
9tb. Delegates must obey the instruc
tions given them by their cuipectire dis
tricts, and it violated, it *ball bo tho duty
of the President of the convention to cast
the vote of such delegate or delegates in
accordance with the instructions . and the
delegate or delegates so offending shall be
forthwith expeiled from the convention
and sbaii not be eligible to any office or
place of trust in the party for a period of
loth. In Convection a majority of all
voters shall bo necessary lu a nomination :
and no person's name shall be exclude-l
from the list of candidates until atter the
third ballot or vote, when the person re
ceiving the least number of vote- shall be
omitted and struck from tho roll, and no
on at eacb successive voto until a nomina
tion be made.
lltb. If any person who is a candidate
for any nomination before a county con
vention, shall bo proven to have ottered or
paid any money, or otherwise valuable
thing, or made any promise of a consider
ation or reward to any person for bis vote
or influence, to secure the delegate from
any district, or shall have offered or paid
any money or valuable thing, or promised
any consideration or reward, to any dele
gate for bis vote or to any person with a
view of inducing or securing the votes of
delegates or if the same shall be done by
any other persou with the knowledge and
consent of such candidate, thonamool such
candidate shall be immudialely stricken
from the list of candidates ; or it such (uct
be ascertained after his nomination to any
office and before the final adjournment tho
nomination shall hu struck Irons tho ticket
and the vacancy supplied by a new nomi
nation, and in either case, such person
shall bo ineligible to any nomination by
the convention, or to an election as a dele- j
gato thereafter. And in caso it shall be!
alleged after the adjournment of tho con
vention that any candidate put in nomina-1
tion has been guilty of sucb acts or of an v
other fraudulent practices to obtain such 1
nomination, the charge shall bo investiga-i
ted by the County Committee, and sucb :
steps taken as tho good of the party may,
12th. If any delegate shall receivo any;
money or other valuable thing, or accept
the promise of any consideration or reward
to bo paid, delivered or secure.) t., hiru or
to any person tor such candidate, as an in-i
ducement lor his vote, upon proof of the
fact to the satisfaction of the convention,,
such deb-gate shall be forthwith expelled, j
and shall not be received as a delegate to
any further convention and shall be ineli
gible to any party nomination.
18th. Cases arising under tho 7th, 11th
and 12th rules, shall have precedence over
all other business in convention until de
termined. By order of the committee.
)4lb. That tho term of tho chairman of
the county committee shall begin on the
first day of January of each und every
The following persons bavo been named
by the committee to hold the delegate
election in accordance with the rules of
tho paity, and are hereby notified of the
Bellefonte. N. W.-Wm Galbraith,
Chairman ; John F l'ottcr, Andrew Mor
Bellefonte, H. W.*~K Coopey, chairman,
Chas Smith, John Sweeny.
Bellefonte. W. AV.—£ A Mctjuistion,
chairman, H A McK.ee. 01 in Meek.
Howard Boro.—J W Gardnqi'. chair
man, Wm I* Mitchell. Win G Comerford.
Howard Twp.—Michael Confer, chair.,
Sam'l B Leathers, Dan'l Tanyer.
Mileeburg Boro.—D B Boilleau, chair.,
O I* Kramer, Jas l'roudfoot-
Philipsburg Boro.—J N Casanova,
cnuir., A J Luketis, Jas Test.
Hush Twp.—T J Dunkle, chair., Jas F
Shoop, Barney Coyle.
Unionville Boro.—John Bing, chair.
Fat McDonnell, J M Kepheart
Union Twp.—Jesso Frederick, chair., C
Hoover, Jas M Ammerman.
BoggH Twp.—H L Harvey, chair., A
"Withcrite, Geo JSoll,
LM Itenner Two. A ORrbrick, chair,, A N
: NYagnor, Robert Hertdortoj.
College Twp. Ktimniiiil MUMer, chair ,
lv Frank Tavler, '*! Patterson.
Curtin Twp Uonrv l % tii^l 9 chuir , John
,'V McCloakev, David Uriekley.
Ferguson Eat <iD Dante) , chair , J
10 H AnV, Goo Kulchlitic
Ferguson NVcl Miles NN alk or. chair,
I llenry Garner, O M Sheet*.
iiri'RU Twp. olin I lor. clmir-. Jon ft
,p F Hock num. John Shook.
• Heine* Twp John C Stover, chair., D
• G Moyer, M S Fetdler. , ,
j 11 nrf in Twp. Kd K reamer, t hair , Imi
' r Wheeland, Peter Weaver
" llnM Moon Top J II Griffin, chair,
' r Jno NVard, V Lynn.
r Huston Twp. Jno M >!< *, hair.. H<i
i'ronliter, Jno Campbell.
Liberty Top. John A Stover, char ,
John D Gardner. Dunirl Hitm r
Marion Two Perry Condo, ohntr , l>
j K Miller,!' F V earick,
1 M lei Twp It' Smell, chaii . James
!l Frank, John NV Mellory.
1 I'alton Twp. J M Buih, rheir., D L
10 Meek. r A Seller..
II Potter Nitfth Geo Koch, their ,J> hn
..Shannon, Ja* A Keller.
Potter South -am ! Sleek, cl air , Oo
: NV Npangler, Je* Met'lintie
Penn Twp.- A Welter*, chelr., l-rank
, Knerr, Perry 11 Stover.
- Snow Shoo Twit A C Hlnton, rheir.,
1 11 J lleine> Jno Cecal.
■! Spring Twp. Jno Noll, chair., K('
,i \N oods, John Garbrlck
Teylor Twp Sent'l Hoover, rheir ,\t
; Calderwood, Vinton Berkwiih
Walker Twp.--Ambrose McMullgn,
i rheir., J II Beck, Je'l" Nixon
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L The Seini-Cenlenniel celebration ot
t llhaSpring Mills Sabbath school, onThurt
'•jtley, ft, we* en affair long to be remembered
' by the people of that neighborhood. The
weather was pleasant, a tine crowd lied
' gathered end nieny of tho more ditlnnt
0 pari* of the county were repre.cutod. We
1 estimated the crowd et I>W. There wai
, the ntoit excellent order, and upon tltc
i j whole it was e most enjoyable and picas
" ent atTair, creditable to the committee and
people in general concerned.
, At the appointed hour, the meeting wa
C celletl to order, in the grove \ whore .eat*
|x end stand* were prepared) by Kev J a*. IT
„ Wilson, pa*tor of the Central l'reabyterl
< an church, New York city, and a son of
h the venerable I*. NViLon, of Spring Mill*.
procnt Sup't ot the .cbool. Kev. Wilton
, stated that on account ot the great age of
<• hi* father, who by virtue uf bis office
would bo chairman, the responsibilities ot
r the chalrmanahip would be laid upon the
r shoulder* of Kev. Prof. D. M. NVolf, who
n was to very competent to till It.
1 The follow ing minister* were present up
. on the stand : Revs. J->. D. NViLon, I>.
- 1 M. NVolf, John Tomlimon, NN . K. Fitch
' er, NV. U. Whitney, S. G. Shannon, J. M
jErini, J.tj. Shoemaker, S. M. Koeder,'
• and S. NV. Thompson, latter ef Prosby. i
' I church, Lewisburg.
L " The chairman, Rev. NVolf, announced
. tho order of exercise*, opening with a
! hymn by the tchool, prayer by Kev. Fiich
: er, followed by reading of Scripture les.on
~ by Her. Toiulinton, when Key. Wilson
. proceeded to read the History of the Spring
i Milts Sunday School, 1-V--IS7B, accotn
r panied by intere.ting explanations in his
j plain and lucid manner.
• I The suhool was organised Sept. l s ;>,
and llr.t meeting held in the old log school
I bouse, which stood on south side of the
. turnpike a little east of the mill. At the
, meeting tor organisation Chat. Pauling
was chosen chairman, and George Isu
j chanau Secretary.
j The .'.rstSup't was Chat. Pauling; Da
■ vld Dam tn Wfci appc.nted iiec'y, and Pe*
| ter Wilson, Treasurer, the latter remain*
, irg in connection with the school until
this day. Six teachers'w. re ch- sen, v r, :
Lot Kvans, Geo. Kuchar.an, David Dun
can, Kre Snyder, Martha Hanna and Jan#
. Allison. Of these e persons who at the be
ginning made up the working force of the
school three still survive: Mr*. Kiley,
/formerly Jar.e Allison, Gen. Uuchanaa,
> and Peter NVilton. Amcng the carliewl
' members of the ichool who still live, arc
Mrs. Moore formerly MUs Klicabeth M
I Hsyct, Mr. and Mrs Nofsker, Mrs. Hen
• ry Keller of Boalsburg. Jesse Duniap, 1
John Shannon, George Weaver, Wilton 1
! Beck, Win. M Conniek, Rob't M Cor- |
mick, Jas. M'Cormick. James G. Kvans,
' Wilson Keed<r and Hon. NVm. Kelley, ,
] late H. b. Senator from Oregon. ,
One feature oi importance was the prom- |
inence given in the school to the commit- 1
ling to memory of passages of Scripture. 1
During its history this Sabbath school j
has bad three removals. About th# year ,
ltt-.H it was taken from tb# old log school
houto to the Methodist church. In the
rear it was ramovrd to the new tchool 1
house, on the hill. In the same year, that '
building becoming too small, it was taken <
to the Presbyterian church, where iu set- .
sions are held at the present time. Dur- ,
ing the half century the attendance upon i
the school has been about the same froui !
vear to vcar. Sometimes the roll would '
' drop to Gfly names and then rite again to <
more than one hundred, the average being ,
In looking over the roll the committee i
that about sixteen hundred persons 1
' have been connected with the school since :
! its organisation.
i This school has furnisbrJiicn candidates .
for the gospel ministry, nine of whom still i
j- live and are doing good service in the
Luthoran, Kcformed, Methodist and Pres
byterian churches. Several officer* of the
army have gone forth from its rank*;
. brave soldiers, whom we might almost
count by tho score, and by the side of
' tbetu, among the more distinguished, we
find the name of a Governor and of a Uni
ted States Senator.
' Among those who have labored longest,
, as teachers in tho school, are Miss Mary |
, E.Duncan, Mis* Nancy J. NV llson and <
Mrs. Margaret A, Woods, tbe latter of !
whom has carried through tbe Habbath :
School one cr two generations of young
men, who, from childhood to early roan- i
hood, have been taught by her on the Sab- i
1 bath. After a service of twenty-seven
years, she is still able to engage with vigor
i' in the work sho loves so well. I
Mr. Peler Wilson, now in his hi year, is i
doubtless the oidet superintendent in the
state, if not in the country. i
We can say with truth that if it had not
' been fur the union Sunday school move- '
nicnl, the continuance ol this school would
have been impossible. It has lived through
these years and done efficient work, be
!cause the brethren of all denominations*
have joined bands, and wrought together
inthename of tho Master. In fact this
| school has been the bond of unity, tho ono,
I object of common interest to tho whole
! neighborhood. Sabbath after Sabbath;
those who differed in politics, who differed
in the form of their religious creed, have
met together and taken sweet counsel i>e-:
' iipalh tho shadow of Christ's Cross.
For a mere complete history of tho
Spring Mills Union S. 8., we would direct
~ the reader to tho report in phamplet form,
1 contains also a record of superintendents,
' i officers arid scholars, to bo had for 10c. by
, addressing the secretary, Mr. Kvans.
•j Ex. Gov. Bigler was next introduced
' and spoke earnestly and eloquently in fa
( vor of the Sabbath school cause; the speak
.. er himself was always engaged in this
>' great and good werk, and lie believed it j
j to be one of (he mighty agencies in the es
d tahlishnienkand preservation ot good gov
f eminent and in the spread of tho gospel to
B the benighted in other lands. The gover
nor cxpreised great gratification in meel-
ing with this school a', its Semi-Cuntenni
al ;he saw around him many familiar fa
'jces, and the occasion was a pleasant one.
There was force in every word uttered by
the good old ox-governor, ani\ the closest
• attention was given by ail while ho was
" speaking. His address lasted about hall
'' an hour. lie bad come ullogethor unpre
pared, and not to make a speech, hut for
'' the love ho had for the cause, and to min
glu once more with old friends upon this
' pleasant and memorable occasion.
Kev. Shoemaker was the next speaker.
- lie dwelt in his usual happy and effective
manner upon the importance of the Bible
-< and Bible teachings, and in warm advoca
., cy of the Sabbath school cause.
Rev. Thompson next delivered a few re
. marks appropriate to tho occasion and
' which favorably impressed tho audience.
: Adjuura:u<mt lor diuuor followed. The
i grove wa* ut once dotted with cloths and
improvised tables, and all tho substantial?
' and daintic that would tempt the eye and
n , please the palate were set down In abun
dance—it was a royal i• t all around, pre
' pnrrd by the good ladies of that neighbor
hood from the abundant store with which
God ha* so graciously provided them.
1 1Through tins kindness of Mr. George Jor
, dan and Dr. Leilr.ul and their ladies we
were permitted to font upon their good
i things lu company with Rev's Fischer,
'shoemaker, Koeder, and others, and had
' i lots of other good invitations besides.
; | The Interval was i ikcn up with game*
by tbe younger oiu and pleasant social
chats by the older ones, until o'clock,
> when order was w rapped fiom the tlntui,
and our distinguish) I fellow cilixeri, Kx
" Go*. Uurtin, was inlmduced. Tho gover
nor rani he came unopected, having seen
an empty seat in Gen. Beaver's carriage
i in which Gov. Bigler tvas seated, ho could
not forego the pleatures that he fell the
occasion offered. It u a fact that every
> body likee to bear Gov. Uurtin talk. His
manner is so pleasant, hia speeches Inter
''spersed with so many (lathes of eloquence
''and often genuine wit, which make hitr.
one of the favorite orator* of this state.
The governor's add:ts was somewhat of
an historical charact :, bearing appropri
ately to the occasion and was highly in
structive, and he was listened to for half
1 an hour with breathlc-s attention-
Gen. Beaver, an arueut Sunday school
' worker, was tho nex! speaker. He advo
cated the cause warmly and earnestly as
' one of his first loves, culogiaed the happy
1 occatioft of the gut lie i ing, and left some
good solid truths and advice for the audi
The announcement- * r Friday, Hatur
day and Sunday were made exercise*
1 continuing during th >se days
The Presbyterian church was elegantly
' decorated with evergreens arid (lowers.
It was admifted by all that this pic-nic
I was one of the most pleasant, in every re
gurJ, yet held in thiscouuty.
There were about -i candidate* upon the
ground, but they all conducted themselves
as though they had forgotton all about the
canvass and were only impressed with the
exercises of tbe occasion. \\ e take it for
grant thsy aii > arrtod their Sunday school ■
tickets, soiled and worn,in their pockets,
leaving their other tickets buried away in
some hollow stump.
Ms. Komis: Before liominatioua art
made it is the right ami privilege of eve-
iry voter to express his views on the
| claims of the several candidates *ho
have submitted to be governed by the
"Rules of the democratic patty of Cen
tre.'' 1 find there ore eight candidate*
offered for th® office of ProthonoLtry, j
and as far as I know them, all good amL
active democrats. But as only one can
be elected for that office, seven must be
disappointed, and in making that m lec-i
tion care should be taken that none be,
jut in nomination but those well ~uaht
ied in every particular to diacliarge the 1
duties of the office with credit to theiu-i'
selves and advantage to the county, and;
should have claims on tho gratitude of j
the party —and this should be its polar j
star. NVe belieTethat I*. T, hhugerl bap' l
prior rights to the nomination of Pro-'
thonotary by the democratic fuirty atjj
this time. I*t ti eee his |x>liticml re*J'
cord. For many years he was the able'"
and vigilant editor of tbe "Centre Demo- <
rrat," during the national contest of thej'
U.S. Bank. Autima irv, Know-nothing' 1
imu, Ac. NVheu Jatues Buchanan was ,
elected President he was appointesl to ah
clerkship in the patent office —he aold'l
the "letme immocra'.' 1 to the Weavers' i
to sustain democrat : men and mean- <
ures. After a vear or -o the Centre 1 Vui- 1
ocrat was solo to the Republican party, ■
thus leaving the democratic parlv of 1
Centre without an organ at tho county '
seat—no press to adv cat* and defend it--
principles for nearly two ve.irs. S. T. j
Shtigert in I CM, thcu a clerk in the |
patent office, determined that the demo
cracy of Centre should not be without at
democratic press to Mielaiu its princi
ples, and if no other mean* were proti
ded for the establishment of such an or
gan, he would procujc one ; and in Nm
vembfr IHVN, out of hi* salary as clerk
he furnished press, type, fixtures, A
which co.x h>n. in co'i —eugaged Mr. j
Haves as editor and established the
l>emocratic NVatchman ami sustained '
that office out of his own pocket for over
six months, receiving no benefit from'"
the establishment of the
NVatchman. but a loss. By an arrange- j
at ent Mr. ahugcrt du:'vised of the Km -|J
ocratic NVatchman to I'. ti. Meek. Can 1
any of the candidates for Prothonotary
show such a record for ao many year* of ■
active vigilant support of the democrat- *
ic t>arty of Centre? NVhenthe party was '
left without a press, out of hißowii|Hck
et established the IVmocratic NVatchy
man. True, be waa elected to the state .
senate, when the radicals, who had a ,
majority in the senate, to punish him
for his unwavering democracy, removed "
him on the most l>are-faced stxilogy. j
Mr. Shugert is somewhat udvam-ed in .
years, yet none is better qualified todis- .
charge the duties of the office. The dem- t
rx-rstic partv is not ungrateful-and wo t
hojie the democratic convention that I
meets on the 17 inst.. will not act w ith, 4 '
ingratitude by refusing to nominate B.l'
T. Mhugert as the democratic candidate '
fos Prothonotary. Ji STICK. )
As many have become interested, as wr- '
infer from the numerous inquiries, we wil) i
give a fuller description of Lancaster I
county. This county is in tbe tecond tier 1 '
from tho Missouri river, and is in the 1
South l'latto Valley. Tho editor of the (
Amrrican AyriculturUt, in answer to a
letter ot inquiry a* to tbe best locality in '
the NVest, replied, in the South Platte „
Valley. It is in direct communication
with that portion of Nebraska longot set- •
tied. It may bo called thp Metropolitan 1
county, as the state Capitol is located here. |
I nerd not describe the soil as I have done 4
so before. It is simply almost inexhausti- "
hie. There is no natural timber in this „
county, excepting along the streams. Some,
I VALENTINES & Co.|
TUX I-AROXaT DKAI.KRS IX
Ac., At'., IN CENTRE COUNTY. I
HARRY K. HICKS
We have a very large and complete stock of Hardware, the largest that was ever before offered by any firm lo tbe people of thti count" and arc • Vine at the very l#t
I est possible rale*
Iron, Steel and Nails, Locks, Glass and Fully.
Pure NVhile Le*. and Linseed Oil; Turpentines and Varnish"*, all whirfa we warrant to give Mttialarlion. Our Pure Lead will cover as maeh surface •* u ska *-*
,an not ho . 11-J for whitaness. RKADV MIXED PAIN f put up in any quantity ,0 suit people, from vo-potS UK 5.1 .11 VJZ? or ThtS
paints we warrant t> he inisod with pure lead and oil, and ar free from all adulteration. ,vr
' wwA"'/cC'"KSMr"' W~S ■Kk.l-stuw. r„p„l luued..: Pu u„ o-pwrf i JS&
S T 0 V E S.
NVe have the only Reveraible, Top-plate Cooking Htoves in the loerkrt Tlie Keystone, Hutquehanna and Juniata, which we warrant to belli® besi bakers and the Sea v.
• C ut) KT>VkY 11 * TilK 11 A* N LkSU M Ks'/ InThlc WOKlS** WnlU>B KU,r " nlce *' AUo * ,lfein ' l ' ofKange.and othur stovas. UoME AND.SEL OUR LfYSTX)3I
j of the banks are thickly limbered. Mud
wood was cut by the early settlers, am
much ha* hern planted in the last f'
, year, which is growing repldly. Will
plums and grapes abound in the timber
, and are of excellent flavor. Apples
peaches, cherries, etc., can be succemfullj
ifros 11, as these who have tried it heVi
hem rewarded for their experiment
Sandstone and linn-stone abouud and art
excellent for building purposes. The Ba
line deposits will, in tbe near future, he 1
source of revenue The county is compos
ed, principally, of rolling prairie, ar.d lev
jet valleyt along ti.< stream. There are ah
•o tal'le-lands of considerable citenC You
can And a situation to suitalmotl any one.
Grain grows luxuriantly and abundantly.
Blue joint, buffaloe, and other varieties,
afford rich nutriment for stock. Some of
these are no", true grasses, but are of the
nature of cane, rich in tacharine fluid.
It is the sugar that fattens stock so rapidly.
Thriving towns and villages ' n which
are good achools and comparatively fine
churches, greet the traveler's eye. There
'are aim fine school houses throughout the
count*. Tbe country is new but the cili
aens are enterprlsleg. The cott of eome of
tho buildings will give you an Idea of this:
Penitentiary fcWO.iMO, Insane Asylum
f High Bchool $40,000. The I.ni
\eriity, Stale Fair, and other buildings,
were erected al no Insignificant cost. The
Stale Journal company etnplovs about f<i
The people are not all heathen, as some
imagine, for in Linceln alcne there are
twelve religious denominations having
hurch buildings Lincoln, on the site of
which homesteads wore taken a|few years
ago, now has a population of nearly B.ftJO
Although a few disregard the law ofGcd
jby working on the Sabbath, the settler it;
lcancaiter county will find a thrifty, order
ly people, friendly and willing to lend a
helping hand. I like the energy, pluck
land spirit of this people.
' I hate little space left for the trip to
I Kearney. From Lincoln to Crete the
country Is not so thickly settled 1
tt:a' for a ilutanceof over 100 miles, there!
lare many beautiful towns and fine farms
i From Kxelrr to Fairmont, a dulanco ofi
.aver, uiilaa. I itoou oa U. rear plationm
nd when we slopped at lha latter place I
ji-o ild st-11 see the houses in Exeter. The
'country is level, the soil rich and the crop,
abundant. He-ders. harvesters and reap
.-rt were in • ; • ran n in every direclien
I Stacks of wagons, a: i farming implement*
iat nearly every sls'.ion. NV e saw a few
'sod houses, hut mar v as fine buildings as
any could desire. Ke.rnev. at the tunc
tion ot the B AM. with the I . 1: . R. 8..
is a very fine toau wtth dellghlful sur
roundings NVe cr -sed the injury rws
ervation and the V .tie river before reach
,ng Kearney. The >unly js heauiitul be-'
yond dsacnplion Ihe soil Is rich, and.
any who desire to buy cheap land in a de
lirahle locality ca-. find A}***'- , To
this countrv is wort!-, every dol.ar it costs
to c -m. But remt her. acre* are being
*old every day and they who want crrgp
home# mutt get them ;oo.
I n.ljha U®
land* uutii another time.
A A. Kraux.
At Niagara Fall 4, on NVodnesday. the
Jflth ot August. 1> by Kev. J S. Bocob,
Mr. Andrew G. Uurtin, Jr . of Beilefonle,
IV,to Mis* Ktunia M. Kimball, of l'hila
Li tter* testamentary on the estate of
Jacob Decker, lal<- of College twp.. de
ceased, having beer, granted to the under
signed, all persons i lebled to said estate
are required to mak.- immediate payment,
and those having cVros against the same
to present them, du'v authenticated by
law, for settlement. DANIEL HESS.
PK I Y A T K SAL F. -A CHOICE
FA KM AND HOUSE AND LOT.
The following described property, of
John Emmert, dee'd, situate in Harris
twp , Centre county, one FA iflff. contain
ing one hundred and thirty-three acres,
more or Icsi. bounded by land* of B. Kv
erhart, dee d, .latin- 4 Cienn. McFallen,
Dr. Henderson, dee d, and others, is ofler
ed at private sale. The farm is well wa
tered, a never failing stream oi water run
nine through thet-rm and within thirty
yards of the ham, also, a well of never
failing water at the house, with good pump
in it Th" improvements are a large
FRAME HOUSE, two stories high, al
most new. a FRAME BANK BARN,
forty-five bv eighty feet and all other nec
essary oulbutldicg*. Thi* it one of the
best producing farms in this section far alt
kinds ot grain - is all lintottußw land. A
largo ORCHARD of choice fruit on the
For particular* inquire of NVm. NVcrtx
on the farm.
Also one HOUSE and LOT situated in
Boalsburg. Centre county, the house is 2
tlorie- high, with kitchen attached to iL
and all necessary outbuildings, also a good
stable, a never failing well of water with
good pump The lot • well set with fruit
tree, of host quality.
Also 2 acres and 123 perches oi excellent
land situated mar the German Reformed
church in Boalsburg. within two squares of
JOSIAII N'EFF, Executor of J. Ero
nu-rt, dee d. Sept 6 tf
Dill and Curfin
will |**k at Millheim on FRIDAN
NIGHT, 13. Ut all turn out and liem
List of letters remaitiig in ths
IVmt Office at (' ntre Hall, l a. Sopt. U
IK7B. Mr. A.U. Beamer, 1, Mine llarriel
Zerbyl. J. A. Rsumxv, F. M.
is very dull and prices are low. fiale*
off), 000 bushr-ls, including red at 97c
1 06 amber at $1 05al Iff) and white
at 1 OOul 10. Rye is steady at 58ca
COc, and ie wanted. Clovereeed will
in a email way at 7la6c Tiuiothy ie
dull at 1 2"al SQ. Flaxseed is w*nted
at SI 4b. Whisky is firm sales of west
ern at $1 10.
Chicago, September 9.-—Wheat un
settled and lower, in fair demand; No
2 red winter 89ie for cash. Corn ao
live firm and higher 36ic for cash,
Oats active firm and higher 19lc for
eaib; Rarley firmer 81 04 for cash and
.Spring Mills Market.
Old wheal 'JU, new U0
Corn, cars, per bu. new, .40c
Cioverseed, $8 OOJo $4.00
Chop, per ton, s'dß.oo.
Flatter, ground per ton, SIO.OO
Flour, per hbl $6 00
Egg per dos., 12c.
Tub washed wool 36c,
CAUTION.—AII persons are cautioned
against entering the woods of the under
ngned, on the Earlystown road, ia Fuller
township, for tbe purpose ol shooting
squirrels, otherwise tkey will be dealt with
according to law
6sept 8t MICHAELBPICUER.
LETTING.— T:i Commissioners of
Centre county will receive
proposal* until 12 o'clock, noon, Tuesday,
Bept. 17, IK7B, for the building of ahutmenu
for a Bridge across Sinking Crewk at Bping
Mills. F:an and specification* can be
seen at the Commfkiioner* office. Belie
fimta. 1*4,, where bids will be ruceivd.
The Commissioner* retain the right lo re
ject any and ell bid*
J. N. II ALL.
11. A MINGLE.
j Sept. Commissioner*.
: W 11. CAMP'S
P ; POPULAR
CENTRE BALL. PA-I
1 manufacture all kinds of Furniture for
Chambers, Dining Room*, Libraries and
If you want Furniture of any kind, don't
buy until you <• my .lock.
- In all it* branch?*. I keep in stock all
the lalel and to*t improved Coffin*
r and C*tkcU, and have every facil*
ity f<>r properly conducting
<• l lhi branch of my busines*.
r I have a patent Corpse
Preserver, in which
bodies can be
. preserved for a considerable length oftime.
•'New Pianos $125
Each, and all style*. including GRAND,
* SQUARE and UPRIGHT, all strictly
ar/-c/, *o)d at the lowed net ca*b
* 1 wholesale factorv price*, direct to the pur*
" • chaser. Thee Piano* made one of the fin
* est di.play. at the Centennial Exhibition,
r !and were unanimously recommended for
~ j tha HlotiEKT HONOR* —over 12,000 in ue.
>'i Regularly incorporated Manufacturing Co.
e —Factory established over 36 year*. The
* Sijuare Grands contain Malbushek's new
* patent Duplex Overstrung Scale, the
* greatest improvement in the history of Pi*
1 ano making. The Upright* are the f.nest
1 in Ameriea. Pianos sent on trial. Don't
fail to write for Illustrated and Deacrip
f live Catalogue of 4K pages—mailed free
M KNDE LSSI>IIN PI A NO CO..
E ly 21 East 16th Street, N. Y.
ti C. T. Alkxavdie. C. M. ROWER
- A LEXANDEK <fc BOWER, At
, -i V Msram at Uv.lUliffoatA. KprUliltnllo
* gitan to OolWUoOi, and in hn' Oovrl nmOlc*
t># (Mnufi*d in Ocnaga u4 Knlufc. CMfto# r
(••imßh'i huiidtn*, aqrV 74 tf.
25 GGLB ItOKlU'.ltFl> ( rdai
. ;fr 211 cits. 2 It lack Itriwtol
j name in gold. 15 rlss,
l W KURTX. Centre Hall, Pa.
'MM $1 >
| NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
HI'RRAH FOR I
A COM P.
FROM THIS DATE (THE COM- ]
MEN CEMENT OF THE
Offer* bis immense Stock of Good*, well i
assorted in every line, such as
at iucb|Figures that it is a shame for any
one to bo away front home to Buy,
when Goods are offered at home
nt prices that will astonish the
people in this section of
TIIE STOREROOM AT SPANG LElt'S
Hotel, has been en
larged and splendidly fit
ted up, so that every ono who
goes in to examine the stock of
Goods, is sure not to leave without
buying. You will also find a vory large
and well selected
STOCK OF CLOTHING.
#**lT WILL BE TO YOUR IN-"**
#ffi*TEREST TO BUY YOUR-Sfea
• JIirINSTEAD OF GO--l&t
13 Floral UitriU, 0 ntyls-w. VOr
Wm, Kurtr. Centre Hail Pa.
* IMPORTAN TO TRAVELERS.
t Uu been recently thoroughly renurau '
I and repaired, ami under the management
,t _>• *• Proprietor. Mr. GKOKOK
HOI PK.* formerly of W import, is trst
class in alt It* appointments.
Are offered to those in attendance at court
and others remaining in town for a few
t days at a time.
s tl Th ?.Unrest nd most auperbly Designs
J Hotel in Central Pennsylvania. 1
: °° tf y th '
i CEO. IIUPI'ES, Propr.
I OKT HEART
IF YOU WANT THE VERY £ ESI
(Single or DOUBLE HEATERS.
These aioTw have TWO ROWS ol
light*, sloiking and dumping grate, ar
r*nged to clean out the clinkers. N
ianger from gas, no iarts to bun
out, n> a to let gas iuto the uj per
room. We make THREE SIZES of
"MDglc and TWO SIZES of Double
Heaters of these justly popular
IFY 0 V WA N T THE VEIi YBESI
Double Oven Range ; or the
Single Oven Range.
Thru are Ike be*! in the market, have
SIX BOILER HOLES, shaking and
dumyino irate, A PPL Y THEHEA T
TO ALL THE BOILERS AT
ONCE The oven u large and K/uare,
the door. tin-lined. The PLA TES
ARE HEA VY, unlike the lightplaif*
of city Move*—COMPARE THEM
We make a No. S and No. 9 of both
All these stoves are WARRANT
ED, and you can get repairs from
the Manufactory in one day.
For Rale by
J. A. REESMAN, CenlreHall.
J. B. FISHER, Peen Hall.
SNOOK. SMITH A CO., Millheim.
O. R. 6PIGELMYER, Woodward.
Manufactured by the
! SLIFER, WALLS A SHRINER
I MTg Co.
We also manufacture the Celebra
te,! B UCk'E YE LEA PARA MO ir
ER, KEYSTONE CLOVER HUL
LER, COLE'S UNIVERSAL SUL
KY CULTIVATOR. New Model,
Centre Draft, HORSE DUMPING
HAY RAKE. HOOSIER GRAIN
DRILL, BUCKEYE LEVER
CORN SHELLER, Plows, Land
Rollers, etc. 29nov
To aill.uffmrin* from chronic dlmMe of all tloda
OonftdenUsl oaonulUiiu ttnttd Drrwooaltj or I*
mstl Nea meibodof trritmeoL New and rrliaMc
rotnwltea. 800 l and nrvuUra oca' free in woalod m
yHft Addronr HOWARD ASSOi lATlo*. 41* '
North Nth hi Fhtl<W!ihta. Pa ,no inoUtut* hsnnf
n blch twroouuoc for faooornlltr conduct and proim <
[A It imij sa. 1
War! War! War!
6EWIITO MACHINES! !]
NEW 13 Stop Parlor Organ*. ,
Price S3 to. For SI 1(1 <ali. i
Stop Organs, New, tor s7U.Uo—Price h
I Sewing Machines Guaranteed Now,'
and as Represented, for 125 00 i
[COMB. SKB, ANI) BE CONVINCED .
COMB ONE, COME ALL
to the New Music Jt Sewing Machine store
of BUNNELL A A KENS,
25july Bellefcnt*, Pa. 1
ZIOUKT PROCLAMATION. ~~
tWh-rr. th. Hon. Chart** A. Hum Prr.M... .1
the court o Common ■!. *. In the a. ili JnatcMDkt
trict conalsUof of th* count 1.. of Outre (Mir J* .id
Cfrteg ST. jnlth. Ho D „r.l,lc
ltonor.t.l# .lohn Dlnns. A ..ocUtod Ju.teoM
countr > hrin*l.ud their i.reocpt, bwin* d.tethl
let d/ of daw A O-. I*7B. to m* directed for hold lac
.court of Oyar.nd T#nat**ndt;en*r.l Jul 00
ery and Quarter hcteluu. of the IWln Kallofoo te fi
th. rauntl J*t Contra, and to ramratmr. on The £d
Mid count# of Centre, that tti.y l tLTLn,
their proper p*reun>. at 10 u'vluc k In lite J1
,d Jay utth their teudl e,U
tii.n., and thrtr qwa
which WUwwuak, aw-rtains to be dnr i
who are bound tu raowulMnce. to pi2ML2?I.TI2!
O.U pnaonara that are or ahall b* i„ t',.3aU®*. 1 \* ?ii
Jal'y*l n Wh,J
' ■ha.V-uLnc. A.'^nl^H^ 1 "
d 0 c :?r i-T.; 1
* mr. J Halucti a tjo. fortuid^M.
JL. SPANGLER, Attorney at Law
• Consultations in English and Ger
man. Office in Fursl's new building
j ■ Bargains!
In MEN'S and BOYS,
t BOOTS and BHOEB f
r also a LARGE VARIETY of
LOUIS DOLL'S Shoe Store,
opposite the Buih house, Bellefonto,
ruota formerlr occupied by Jobs
Jas. Harris Co.
NO. 5, BROCKXRHOFF ROW.
P A I N T S,
J AS. HARRIS & CO.
- 11 * ■ '■ 4t
W. A. CURRY,
SsGi a ohftß oaktr,
CEETBE If A LL.PA.
Would moetrec|MKaiui)y inform the cH
aena of this vicinity, that be has rtarted a
new Boot and Shoe Shoo, and would be
thankful for a thare of tt<ej>ublic patron
age. Bout* and Shoe* made to order and
according to style, ar.d warranto bis work
to equal any made elsewhere. All kinds
of repeiring done, end charges reasonable
Give him a call. fehlS lv
TOHN F. POTTER, AUorncy-at
" Lew ttetlcouou* promt*!/ mad* aad apacte
a.teßUoa civrt to liuw tuivta/ U*d *r prafwrte #ar
•at*, mil draw a and bov- tchßoatedead DmS*
lorteaer.. Ac OSn la tha . ..aMf. twrlS aMaaf
Harness. Sadflles. &c
Tb# nSanlcaM. *Kriuwd to a*r*t Ute |iu|ialal
tnus* tor I /no*, mpvtlalh aalte tbaalteu-
IM at Uur pabti* tu tuaabacS at
aov attatad at *aaM ateat IteafcuaS erfmrtU/ fa*
lb* aadtb* UaMa.lt>* l-;.,t aad aosl rtad
aad ooaaplate aawTtcaaat trf Pa.' " "-frT
lirtdla 1* rtarf doarrtptem aad quaiil* , Wbtba, u>4
lb fact Wftiu*| to rata,.late a Drat claaa aauMteb-
B>*Bt,b* Baa aSanatartraavbtch wilful! ■- rr.
JAOOUOUtuSUt Oaatew liaft
M Mixed Cents 1W cu- 12 Beeutiful Flor
al cards only 'JO cu.
WM. KI'KTZ, Centre Qnll, Pn.
CCVTKK It ALU
Saddles Harness. Bridies, Cellars. Whips,
riyneu end also keep* on band Couoa
Neu, etc. Prices low at any where else.
AH kinds of repairing done. The best
►lock always kept on hnd. All work war
ranted. At hare of tha public patronage
is kindly solicited. 11 apr, H j
A~ UCTIONEEB'S CARD. - Phtlb
Teats, who has had large experi
ence as an aucttoncar, offers bis services to
;he people oi Centre county. Re speaks
both German and Kaginh, and possesses
the invaluable gift in an auctioneer of e
loud, clear voice, and can be distinctly
beard e long distance. Those having 'cork
ol Ibis kind to do, will do well to givt bint
a call. Charges moderate. Call oa or
address him at ifellefonie. Pa. 17 ap
S. fit. HAZSC,
labins-t Maker d Undertaker*
SPRING MILLS. PA.,
informs the public that he keeps on hand
all kinds ol furniture. City and Home
made, cane and wood seat chairs,
etc. Undertaking in ali its
branches promptly attend
cd to. Comr.s and
Caskets of all style* furnished ; and ac
commodations with hear.-e.
4 apr. Cm.
Centre Hall Hotel#
JOHN SPANGLER, PKOKfC
First-class accommodation for guests
Heat stabling for horse*. Stages arrive
and depart every day for all points.
flAancß Awn Haik ußtAsi in the base
•ncnl of the bank building. AH work done
in style. 1 July tf.
PENNSVALLE Y BANKING CO.
CENTRE HALL, PA.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS, .-.udallowlnUr*
est: Discount Notes; Buy and
801 l Government.Securities
... •.. Coupons. *
WM.WOLF, WN. B.Mxwot,,
Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Division.
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
W KST WRn
KRIS MAlLlaarss PtUUdalrkte ~ _
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FAST MSK latvas PhfUdiwhU 2
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sir St Hsrrtebonr 4 IS S 2
Phtladtlpfiu 7 Mo 2
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arr at Harrblfurif 2Ha m
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f oomiaoAalioa^Waat^DayKxprwa East m-k. *lm
i ronnctk>ntatlvarlaßabarlaud with LA 15 RR tralaa
for Wilkashartw and ScrMtUon
Kria Mai| IWJA Ex. and Rrlo Bx.
Woat and Lj>ck Ham AocommotUtion Wwi
C rt h 001 " th N C 11 W tralaa
Erie Mall Niagara Kxpraaa Won* and Da* 1
00nik>cU 1 HaVwn with B i
n K i ri s AM I contact at Frio with traiaa
: •" f vTf IE ,"j 1.
dttlphia EEpresaßast.and D* Kx. East and MMS
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