The Centre reporter. (Centre Hall, Pa.) 1871-1940, January 23, 1879, Image 3

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Centre Hall, Pa, Th'rd..Tau. 23, '7!
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4 Mi M . jf Jfmmry, 1875, o*<V Mtf (f i
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O: !> I ,'T l.Cral*, No. MT, V A At,. ",•!' •'
\> „.fr -vntig .in or l'for s.-h full "toon in Hi
H. 1., > oil. ... 11.11, ...
i i Him , **. Soot. .1 .1 HA Si
ri.intminvit.Sf,* Tof I, moot* t the!
t'o-uro H-llon tho Snf.mHr on or Soloro In.
Kom 111 f M n,t f <•' i* • * 1
Wol'ot M-,.'or t.roN R1- > s -~-
For Pure Drugs go to Zeller s Prus
store, BrockerhotT row. 14 no* Sm.
George lloffsr'i farm stack at rub
* lie sx'e, at Centra Hall, I el*. 1-.
Dirges still burs Poultry. Call si
__ Colfax will lecture at Bel etonlf.
Jan. 28. for thebeuefit of the Young Men's
} CA.
Jobn Wert's ho.uo in the eat end
of the Brush valley narrow* was burneJ on
ova of sh.
-A fallow report us t' at ,1 inr.g t'-
later U nap, his thermometer shod ' •
feet below . or
-Sorry t, loam that Mr*. P*~'el
l>err. of U Uefonte. by a fall on the ice a
few day* ago, broke ono of her lej.
Wo ha 1 about ten inches of-now on
Thursday lu. Sls-ighing ha* been tather
gooA since.
• L 1.. Brown, grain merchant, anj
Mr. Mi lor,of t! , model he. ' -t re, both
of Bellefonte, honored our sanctum with a
\ l>ii, on Mca Jay.
shirt in tho State, or any other
clothing, go to the K,gle Clothing hi. ,
there - the place whire you get it
ti.i to llodor'*, in the BrocaerhoU
block for all kinds ot gaod*. assortment
always complete and cheap. Pry givals,
groceries and clothing can be b- ught there
to advantage.
Mr. P. Mer-inger, writes us from
Jolliet. 11l , that the thermometer on New
Years Jay stood 27 below *ero Phil pi 4
in the sewing machine business and glad
to hear is doing well.
Hon. 1,. \ Marker was re-elected
j# 1
and at the same time the following six ds
rectors were chosen to serve for the fol
lowing year: Col. Taos. A. Scott. Ei-
Gov. Curtin, Hv.n, C. A. Mayer, Col. A
C. Xoyes, James Gamble and John Irvia.
Jr E-;. Edmund Biancbard, Secretary
and Treasurer-
On Saturilay rvecing some lr mem
bers of the Miilheira lodge of Odd Fel
lows, :aid the Centre Hall lodge a visit,
where they passed a pleasant time. The
M.'lfceim brass band accompanied the vis
itors, and discoursed some of their excel
lent music here.
The new Howe Sewing Machine—a
perfect novelty, caii at this office nr.d see
it. Works iiko a charm. A. (\ Mocre. Agt,
cfEce MitesbuJg Pa.
Any man can be rigged out, up to
litest style and to \> ; noat as a pin, by
calling at Newman's an I getting one of
his rctnarkabiv cheap suits of clothing—
cheapest in the w rl i. It ain't Newman
against the curtv, but Newman nguln-t
the world. He has any thing you need to
wear between head and foot, ar.d the larg
et assortment in the county.
• Now jus', listen to a bit of good a l
•v ce, ar.d buy your g'ocer es at
ters, which is at Sachler's, in the Bush
bouse block, the most complete g- in
this state. Good- always fresh aed of be?:
An effort is making to incorporate
a turnpike company for the road from
Millbeim to Coburn. We think it would
make pretty good stock.
The musical convention, beld bere
last week, was well attended throughout,
ar.d the concert on Friday evening had a
full house. The muic was excellent.
V Goto Brown's, near the depot, with
your grain, you get the highest prices
there. He keeps the cheapest coal, ar.d
ail kinds.
The new IT no Machine, sold by
H f the most perfect mac ,ir>e made. We say
|g£ so too—have tried It.
At Miller's Book store. nxt door to
post-, ffice, Bellefonte, you will find head
quarters for books, sfationery, fancy arti
cles, tojs, and Sne confectioneries.
Dr. M'Coy, of Milesburg, died sud
denly on last Sabbath morning, of heart
disease. Dr.'M Coy was a p rem inert and
well known citizen of this county, and bis
death will he generally regretted. Hit
death wns very sudden and unexpected.
He was aboutto dress hia.'elf in the morn
ing, and complained of a pain .a his beck.
He was turned around to be examined,
f and died while be was being turned.
We understand that some time in
March there will be an exclusive Dry
Goods .Store opened at Bellefonte, in the
building now occupied by Bunnell A Ai
ken*. Mr. J. H. Bauland, ot Chicago,
will be its proprietor, he having bought
the good will and lease of Bunnell <k Ai
kens- Look out for Bargains now. Mr.
B. is & brother-in-law of Mr. Newman, the
famous clothier.
Get your sugar, coffee, tea and syr
ups at Sechler's grocery, and ycu will be
certain of an article fresh and genuine.
You can buy dried and canned fru tsof
all kinds, cheaper of them, than put them
up yourselves, thus saving all trouble and
> risk. Call and examine their goods and
prices, and you will find it so.
Jacob Emerick, *g>d about thirty
eight, a. resident of Warrior's Murk
Huntingdon county, was struck by the
mail train east, a short distance above
w Huntingdon on 1.1, and killed almost in
* stantly. He leaves a wife and two chil
llowo Sewing Machine office. Milesburg,
Pa., you can have your Howe machine
put in good running order, free of charge.
There is but one verdict, and that is
that in thirty-three years Dr. Bull's Cough
Sytup has never failed to cure a Ceugh,
Cold or General Hoarseness. At Drug
stores. Price cents ; five bottles, §l.
sumption, get Frank P. Green's compound
syrup of tar and honey.
The best coal sold in this county,
* ( you find at L. L. Brown's near the Belle
fonte depot, where farmers get the high
est cush price for all kinds of grain.
drugs and medicines, go to Green's, in tbf
Bush house block, where are also kepi
fancy and toilet articles.
I WANTED, a reliable agent in each
twp. in Centre county, to sell the Summil
I Stove-Pipe Shelf and Stand. Handiest
thing out. Every body wants it. Priei
$1.50. F. P. Vox A DA, Madlsonburg, IV
L % 9jan3t
L. L. Brown, at the depot, Belle'
fente. gives the best Cash prices for al
kinds of grain, and sells coal low as anj
other dealer tn this county, if not lower.
Drop in at Dinges' store and prici
i h is groceries, which he is selling very low
-At Ngwmaa's chwpt Clothing.
M- S. A Tsggart. of Pillsburg
StateSec'y of Ihe Y> ung Men s Christie)
'!*. i A soi-istio: . accompanied by saveral mem
her of the Beliofoe: M. I' A , wil
■ , hold an ever go' - meeting, at t'cntri
rr Hall, next Sabbath afternoon si .*
; o'clock, in the M f. Churl). All ihouli
i,, alter 1 the mr tiny
I T t meet inter. g place to visit a
.. jße lc'o- :e, is Miller's book st >re. It is i
id pe-frcl museum of fee and curious things
Why let your Baby sutler ar.d per
•i. haps die, u'tor n battle of l>r Ball's Baby
'i? Syrup would at on ?ve o' t and etlect a
*" cure. Price 2 cents,
Jo! Hark i writes they hav
lie g' inc i \ iii. nis, but no cold weath
er, and that plow ig w ill soon commence
New go ds received almost dad* at
C. IV -ge' new store.
it> • •
? n Plet.iv of -r at I r-• 'it. and sleighing
lt Mr. Jeseph Bicrly >kot a gray fox on
111 last Friday.
Pol• to c-< mak - a tl.e other aocom*
~ pli or. -s easy s- J agreeable Po its
Ivi lage. aspeiiaiiy auioitf tho young
Treat al' po;< —.- r.s you wish than* to treat
it 1 The si < g c'. as as bought tcw books,
"Uarve-t of Song
Pro! C 1. Gramley -i £rs. si
-4 j ing teacher.
Mr. T W. lis.-. •' has purchased the
■ prepert \ >f Po r\ MeDowo'.,
Sme of eur a rg adies e to le
n j armed wo.ha young gentleman's arm.
G ncrt.T.
- -w- .
i S ,vs the r-.tnht'y Giuet'e Afr
I . Cr***ling. of the t *H ha.cning house
i iat Mar 11 a. *xc, I thin plus eon
Thursday, with six largo oans contain-:
tng 24.ias* small fv of tho California
salmon, which ho w.ia taking to Buffalo
r crook in Union omntr. The tish were j
alx'ut t ' months old and hetiveen one
. and two inches ia length, and were as
1 lively as crickets. The eggn from which
! thev were hatched wore sent ia from
* California, wliere they were impregna- ■
ted, and Wert- en days on the way.
i* * *
r Tkir'.v-t * CI ayei las wero killed dur- •
ing the tlight fn m Fort llobinson. Neb,
and if th '?e rvept'irJ feortean ara
wounded, l'.ie of i..' tr vps ware killed.
Vigorous measures bean taken te
pur s .io and capture the sxvagas.
T:io following "s a I. -t oftlrand and
Travtrse Jur >ra. for January Seaner.,
, IST .i:
IIRAND Ji aoßs—rtßs-r WCKK.
Bellefonte —B. Va entine, J. I>. Eurtx,
W. Shortlidge
B-uner —J. W. Marshall.
Ferguson—Amos Rover, J. E KiJor
Haines—J. J Overdorf.
Harris—Henry Frederick.
11 ward Jacob Leather*.
Milesburg—J. M.Grewa.
Pnilipsburg—J II Genoe.
Potter— * ron Durst.
Bush—Thos. W au.
ipriag 1 is? !>•• r . M. J. l'sle, A.
Bartholomew Henry Gentxol.
Taylor—J. Merryman.
I •. —\\ il-on i':i • mn. Osoar Musser.
Walker Ira C. Neicht <v, M. Cortnan,
Jr. #
I Worth—A U dring, Aloe. Chen
-1 j
, 1) M Butts, Bellconte.
\V Cowdtick, Bellefonte.
Simui'l Aley. Marion.
, I 1 gen Muecr, Penn.
' Tlieo Destine-. Bellefonte.
D M G rt en. Har: *.
Nosth Stover. Spring.
K C Hendersen, Hmtei:
.1 N U.-de, Howard.
A Br ckerhoff. B-l!ef".te
Daniel Hall, Uni'-nville.
JaC 9 (trey. Patten.
So "• I r-el. Hush.
A Cornelius, Halt Moon.
Jerrv Ebbs, Haii Moor:-
Jas tee. Petter.
James Cond't. Penn.
J W Gray. Half Moon
J W Young, Curtin.
Howard Hemen. Harris
I J Hoy. Jr . Marion.
William Foster, College,
j Jac Pankey, Penn.
.lac Gobble, Walker.
| K B-dlingsr. Pmlipsburjf.
G Alexander, I'nionvd e
J.'ha Caldren. t'regj;.
B .lone*. Philips burg.
W It Mattern. Huston.
Wtn Keller, College.
Wm Coiyer. Potter.
Cotrad S.nger. Curtin.
David Brichlev. Curtin.
(i S Ftegal. Philipsburg.
Win Eakan, Potter
W E irtin, I'hiliptburg
1 ' Geo R.iwer, Haines,
j 1) C lUarick. Spring.
I .la Ki-her, Union.
| 1) W Zeigler, Pean.
' G R Spnglemeyer, Haines.
I Grorgo Etnrirk, Bu-h.
(j William =, ('oi t-ge.
(> Galhrailh, Builefosta.
The- Frank. Penn
lIK Hick-. Bllton?e. i
. i Austin (iram'.ey, Sliles.
Joe! Kever, Miles.
*1 Win Kaup, Spr'ng.
F'rank Knarr, Pern.
•Ino Harrison, Spring.
James An til. Howard.
J W Sweet wood, Gregg.
B F Beck, Walker.
, 11 15 Heterman, Haine*.
, i .Jr.o It Tate Spring.
' Henry Fou;z. .-pring.
& Sls L'-athers, Howard.
> Jno Iti-hell. Benner.
Jasper Broakf, Spring.
' j \ sltDtiss Rn'is, Union.
* W Sterritt, jrg.
. | da (ramlej'. Wall r.
' John Decker, Walk r.
John T. Harter, l'enn.
Km'l Croneniiller. iiaines.
i Jacob Bitner, G-egg.
_ Jacob Crotzor, Gregg.
EJ Notan, Snow Shoe.
0 j John Meese, Belletonte.
- j Daniel Ulrich. Penn.
I J Gensemer, Half Moon,
, j W M Clellen, Philipsburg.
; Jared Krearner, Miles.
C W Hockiuan, penn.
Micbael Confer, Howard.
„ F S Cow her. Worth
J G Hess. Ferguson.
| J P Seibert, henner.
-I CriHa Brown, Ballafonta,
t' JnoSbiffler, Ferguson
Jno Chambers, I'vnn.
.1 S Boat, Harris
* Jacob Weaver, Howard.
j 'J RIAL LlST.— Trial list for the ilist and
} weoks of January Term, 1879,
; commencing on the 27th day of January,
j A. D. 1879 :
" i John Smith vs Henry Krone,
e 2 Boyd C Packer va John McC'auley.
e 3 Boyd C Packer vs II Garbrick.
4 Boyd C Packer v Jacob Garbrick. '
b Boyd C Packer vsjohn lloy.
0 Adam Baurn va Mary L Miller,Adm'i
7 Geo Reeser vs John Musser.
8 Alex iJarpster rs Wm Bxumfardner.
'.I George B Jack v Lizzie Humuiel
10 John Miller v* Penn township.
' | Ili II llackinan V w.fe vs J 15 Hen
c derson.
j, i 2 Caroline Cummings v J 15 Hender
•I 3 Francis Hacker vs Jls Henderson.
'A 4 Abbie Grirn et a! v- J 15 Hendersoa.
b Lazarus Moyer vs John S (iruy
i Samuel Harnster Adnirs vs Centre
Hall Man'fn g Co.
1 "J II Linn vs George Walker.
8 H W Hoover et ai v* Christ Sharrer.
10 Dan'l Khoadcs et al vs Isaac Haupt.
i 11 J H Long vs II Merritnan.
i- 12 John S Gray vs VV C McCuetcheon.
13 14 F Clow u-e of vs Derbv Coal Co. et
14 Isaac Thomas vs J M McCoy.
it 15 J D Shugert vs C C Keller with
p clause.
10 E M Sbuey vs Samuel Linn.
>l 17 J DShugertvs.) B Morris.
18 Wm Allison. J r , ys J A Bright.
, 10 1' 15 Wilson Ex'rs vs Thomas K llicks.
20 Z L Hoover vs Wtn P Ard.
it 21 John Eline vs Wm P Duncan,
it 22 Wm V Hughes ys Jas L Sommer
23 McClellan & Speer vs Wm II ITumes.
't 24 S W McNitt vs W J Thompson.
25 Jacob Neidigh vs I W Bholl.
20 Adam Weight vs G Dorsey Green.
a "" 2J S D Ball use of vs Jacob Yearick.
II 28 School Dist of Philipsburg rs E Perks
yet al.
29 T M Hall Trustee vs J P Shope.
30 John Mcßride's heirs is W. J. Tib
,e bens.
' 31 Jaeob*Bower, Jr. vs BA Y Turnpike
Com p.
32 Sophia Rouse n Joseph Eiorick;
g. SrillNCt MILLS,
" 11. Kutravino \ Son gave a ilir.u
l>i their many iViotnls ami rtistoim
cuo d.n\ last week ; it tva.< gotton t
a , by Mr. (loorge l>roin, at tho lloti
It ■ - sail! to lit'.vo boon ijuito a sticor
but nt boing nrosont MO aro not ah
t, vo an noc unl of it. Judgii
ti\ in tho iat • tl i v intist havo -lii|>jn
it) or (it> mr loatls of wheat t lii • ta!
be-;il ' trloy, corn, oats ami clove
sct'il. SUCCOR* to them.
■ T I. ,1. (Jronolilo n(i|H>r* to bo iloiii
* jtiito a busino*.* in tho grain trade, r
he hit- nt off 11 car loads of nlion
* -in obo c.': iID, nccil. Tho |>ast tw
" not k lie ha* averaged 700 bushel
' !of wheat jior dav, and -ituv Oct. li
l! has shipped NM bu* of clovcr-occ
bi-:,lf- quite a lot of barley, oa (a an
Corn. May !i always bo sueee.-.-lu
and do bu-me- 'tithe square,
ff Mi?- Loui-a lint rol, oldest daugh
ier of Pavid lturrol, fell and injure
hcrspitit one day l?t week, but -b
is mending.
l'liilip lleiui and Sarah/ettla won
" 'on a Uhris'nias \ -it to Snyder coun
r ty, ntni on the lid inst. they got mar
ntd by lxev. Mr. lie-- of that conn
ty. The happy couple ha* our be
wi-hi s.
Marv I. , youngest daughter o
Wm. ,1. Alexander, fall just as -In
was coming on the pike in front o
, their house, and fractured her knee
she is grttmg along ns well as can b<
, expected, but suffers deal o
Jerrv J. Com'.o is making prepara
tion* to build an addition to hit hou<
earlv in the spring. X
The greatest wonder in the state o
lowa, and perhaps ativ other state, i'
what is called the "Walled Lake, it
I Wright eouutv, l'J miles uorth ot tin
Dubuque and Pacific railway, aud lM
milt? north of Dubuque city. The
| lake is front two to three feet higher
; than the iarili - - irtaee. In tome
j i lactti the wall is 10 feet high, 15 feet
wide at the bottom and five feet wide
at the top. Another fact is the size ot
the stones used in construction, the
whole ot theru varying in weight from
three tons down t > lOOpnuuds. There
is an abundance of stones in Wright
County, but surrounding the lake to
the extent of five or ten miles there
are none. No otie can form an idea
as to the means employed to bring
them to the -;u t or who constructed
it. Around the entire lake is a belt
uf woodland half a mile in length,
composed of oak. With this excep
tion the country is a rolling prairie.
The trees niu-t have been planted
there at tho time of the building of
1 the wall. In the spring of the year
there was a great storm and the
ice on the lake broke the wall in sev
eral place*, and the farmer* in the vt
einitv were obliged to repair the dam
agt s to prevent inundation. The lake
occupies a gr und surface of 2.80G
acres ; depth of water as great as 2~
feet. The water is clear and cold,
soil sandv and loamy. It is siugular
that no tie has been able to a-ceriaiu
! where the water come* froui nor w here
jit goes, yet it is alwav* clear and
| fresh.
Philadelphia, January 20.—Grain—
i Wheat is quiet anJ unchanged. > of
-i ) b'.:! s. including red. at Hi <a
j 00; umber, ~t J1 Ciul ('■}; unit No.
red. in elevator. ;,t il u4,*l tW;. Corn
|nt4lji ()at- th' .ce white at > U Jje.
Seed.- In e! verseed the transactions
are i;:ht. We quoteut osr'ijc. Flaxseed
i* waiite lat f 1 74.
Chicago, January 29. —Wheat fairly
active, shade higher; No. 2 red winter
Mie; No, 2 Chicago spring s.'jc for
'Corn active, tirm* and higner; !t?c for
cash; liat.s in gn.t.l demand; shade high
er: li'i for cash; Barley easier, tX%92c.
A terrible tragedy took place at Big
Creek, Waterloo, lowa. Ttiomas
tjuinn. a farmer, cut his wtfs's liiroat,
r then his own. i'hs dying wife tried to
' Ktop the flow of I lood from hi* throat
with her hand*.
ttsc of the F. M. In. Company ot Cen
tre County, l'a. Centre Hail, Jar 15,
1-70 la compliance with liie provitiont
of their charter the Twenty-first An.nun'
Statement of the tramectioni of the Com
pany is herewith presented.
Bill* receivable
i-ir-g premium
notes d'.o arid
payable by
ruetnhers for
inturance the
part ycxr $35,318 31
Paid on tame SOJ.T'.I
Leaving due on
premium notes
uken.the past
year 34,513.5'J
, To which add tax
' No. i• $4,067.15
per cent for
collection ...... 303.35
Cash in treasury. 602.94
Making the Lotei
aveilab'e a-tcts
ot the past year. 38,880.21
Compensation ot
directiois $ 250.40
Committee* on
appraiemer,ts. 20.82
Salary ef Seo'v 100.00
" Tress' r 50.00
Printing, office
rent, po-tage A
stationery 138. bh
Elecl'iin board... 4.00
J. F. Putter suit
for services 7.80
Ilenry Neighdigh
lots on bouse
and furniture... 033.12
\V J. Jackson
on store 1411.00
J Brett bal. due
on bouse, (sum
on note retain
ed) 17.10
Kuitoberder on
barn O'sT.'O
J. Hazel on b*rii 763.28
Mrs J. W. ('on
ly on bouse
and furniture.. 1110.72
: Totalaccruinij as
sets and funds
I of thcCompany
| the past year
i after deducting
expenses 33,415.1'
To which add
nctea of 1874, 5,
it and 7 *' 109,197 0
Minus caih pie
miums, caritel
la'ions, carpen
j ters risks and
tax on notes, in
cluding tax on
notes taken be
| tween Jan. 14,
and Jan. 28, '7B. 10,582,4'
Total available
assets of the
company this
•lay 182,029.9
Risks and insur
ances taken the
past year 39.5,407.12
Bisks and insur
ances of 1874, 5,
6 and 7 1,346,242 83
Making the risks *
of the Compa
ny this day 1,740,049 9
. Am't outstanding 298 4
At an election beld the same day tli
following named members were eleete
* directors for tho ensuinir year: J. IV
Kruuirine, 11. C. Campbell, Henry Kel
ler. .Jes Baker, Fred Kurtz, John Uishu
Maj. J. B. Fisher, S. J. Herring, Ain<
Alexander, J. 11. Musser, Sam'! Oram!
and H. G. Rover. Whereupon the boar
organized and klected the following off
s cers :
President—Henry Keller.
Vice President—S. J. Herring.
Secretary—D- F. Luse.
Treasurer —Wm. Wolf,
deo'y. Prnt.
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lUhrtiff,ked ifG .yI I .* yt'
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tho |>ri*.• t-.*• r- I'.irt' . 'i : k
0.1 I hum g.Hixi •
Shorill KoU'l nbu- 1 ! 1 - "tu.
It ru* li then ahax'hle.l tho in. ti, i ail an
foot, |> u t tho ro;- >* a r out' !''■*.riir *' <1
.'the W llto *ll' ill*'l l 1 h r '•
' in- Tho p-ioitt It 11 W ~-l'*rul W 'till o
" itiaiolation in thoir o*-<, anil # but " <
L> ' tlii.imoii mm) ri' r# i (r.-iu tim • i '.I
' The sheriff w*. tin '#•.*• !•*• a'i I 1..' a'
.'iH'o loot up I positi n anJ t >
'' ;li r >po atta. hexl to ll.i *pii '
Jutt at '' . moment a ' > :
b the f*.'Ht i. ■ r aura •'•• I *'.'.••
■® Tho thariA !> . !ol ti.o r p<? m-l
mon foil hdavily. Nl D &< -
the <-*m->! ho ax-arc.-'y nuvr ! a if ih
iliap foil. Aftr hang ■ .
-harpe struggled x >'ul!v, a: 1 111 ijo a
jiounil. * 'moth ig lik# a grunt ll#
'*' it 1 o ii tor half a mmu'#, ant thoti ; •
"lltap. A* lb* witnMMf of tho tidftill##
*.camo out of tho door, ih.-y xxoro shocked
(l M hear that Go*. Ilarlnufl had ginTiied a
*" reprieve to the two m--. til M ■ -•■
r i IIoil) li e nieiienjfer a 1 tho ma' ugi-r f
f the t erraph r mpanv •*, t. I f *i
t a* la-t ai thoy c. .1.1 run. '1
' wax w hat t'.art oi tho i ;lo •
! .ie' ne ' a . m nut* I *o ■ I
t* After tho ahoritl had pull I it'-
ll another ringing xra heart, a: i ,'.xe
e ilirooll jn to a poiiooman t > t' out at: 1 ar
rot tho parlir- who art inaai' : tl.u'
0 none at tie ilo r, little th nimiit if a re
e pneve
n 'I he DeUyoJ liu-sai....
U At half-pat*, nine the -.: i r-:
1 ar. 1 at .>mo oi.'.ere.l ih i 11* < s arpo
t ami M l' -r.f.ell, : rt ayr< t g * ,:h l *
i, Sher S" that twenty i . ut. i s*:
i o'clock thou' lb ll - w -u t ev
* I would come their mil htntieu aed the
J Sheri" begin the iterne r du; - la]
f A ie*' a', if. oin Mr liv . I' *x
; taxier M! 1 u* i a.lca- It >. !r. '
j aroulil arrive at la ■ •.v-f.vt lum.iUt [ - .
ton, anJ a*Winp a p -tp-u ni. • •.. :. •
_ terthath- .ir wt •> ii. i*■ 1 no
agreed that the meeting m k '■
M l>jn 11 a J •. c !.
• family ro ge--J Thie merciful d< > ■
brought ebvuf a rr,e. . ; f- . e<
I Mr M' i> . c -i e' 1 *• - - a. .
oft..# JT.- n who-, the : if
brought the te eerai hie reprieve, a i
the ego i -rg lamentat " • "•* '
. I children pre* en tad ti •• doorl
hearing tho I -a' i:* *'.- to I vto
mil* 1 . • -1: ar i 'I i • * t 1 .
Jvpa'. li at le*.* n fvw pr.-t
Too Ut. .
" The eroxxd ruikej forward t gather
t ahi ut the gT.I *.*, '■ .t vre ■'
oby a mot.-:, o-.tii ;•••• s * V* ' *
1 ter xxire listen r.g I t lime O?
'. death it w xUiperaJ ;Ua'. . reprii x# had
" coiuo for the pru 'Her*. 1 n an -tu " t
' there w* an upr ar. tine ct M lot • i
brother* nearly fait.'.el, an.i tho
loud v df out; ed the Sheriff a a in.. le**
r er Ska-: o br. '. v .< '. *
■ bad t * I within thrnn feet • I the gallowi
win i- \greatly n H<- •'
. vengeance on the She*.'! :%• 1 a .i
ed in the haag ng 1' oe..e l at if there
would be a dugra "ful < In t i , re
11 mien Of the 4|ier-.-le.! dying m - : . h .t to
* good rente of Father* 111" a- 1 ilt- I
■ and I: e Sher 'f " ' r -red r i--r \t
' twenty*!!. *• mi' !•> ell v. in: -tpa
tigne-1 by Govern r Hartra* :t •.* r- -
eeived at the M.*J J t'hunl T ■ <■.;"• f
fice reprieving tl.o in ■■■ I'tie
boy xx a a! <>nce-iarpat e<l to the ;*;'
- it. Manager Mart.n t--. !, vtr: .• o
• would delay, and run t tho 1 - of ti
■ prison, lie eh uled ati < -*an.. I t ;
, ,keeper of tho d""r, l!ob'-rt Calvin, fal'e!
to rtUnil him. lie climbed up and
p. U' ded at tho Witt i i*. at i at ,a' t:la
.Calv. i hear lum Tt latter at -n - r '•
.the deipetch to u pol. -tn i .and ; r.t
ter started for the gallon--. It- fore I 1 *d
gone twenty toet the I.<l shock of the
1 falling trap revour.-le-l in h • ears. II" did
' not kn.-w the importarre fthmln,
but he got it in the Sher I. in ... i
as pcsib!e It read a* fo!
The Reprieve.
Ji AkkimH'R'.. J'a , dan. 11. 1 s T'h
To .1. NV. Hai deniit'sii, K*', . Sheriff of
Carbon county, M .oh < r .ii„. I'a.
1 have respited 1' I) -tin- ■ ! *-oa*i c
" until M- ndy. the 'JOth inrt. Tuerrpr;.-x
' will he forwarded hv next mail, at I x- i
xvill suspend exe<ution o! your pr :t
~ 1 warrant vn receipt "1 Ih is telegram.
®j d. h'. It xR i i-.ix ri.
For hog cholera U*P a mixture < 1
Hoft soap ami rnilk. Four soap Ml<!
'of wash days into the swill barrel#, il
will make hogs thrive.
V ing accuunt* hav been examined
i mid t'**-ed by n>\ and remain file-i
, record in this office for the inpcrtiin of
! heirs, legatees, creditors, an I all oth< r* in
any xxav interested and xx; 1 bo preset.'.' 1
to th" Orphan r Court of Centre i omty.
-m Wvdnaaday, tknSUth -lax' oi January,
SA. I' IST'J, for confirmation im. 1 allow
an re
I Th- second p-irtiul ncc'-unt of Wrn.
Allison, jr., execiltoi • of A . of lhix . I
Lamb, late of Marion (xvp.. di'-en-i i
. The account of \\ liliiim All:-'-:.. 'r.•
guardian ot il>inll H li Dioigln-ntiii to
child of .I*. )b I)HUg!o-n-aUgh. lato Ol
■ Centre "cunty, deceased.
H. The nrcount i 1 Hr .1 It l,oi'•■ !,
guardian of M artha I*., Frir - is A , I'. -
'cixal H and 1.-thi-r M H*rshberger. I:i i
v j nor children of Samuel llnrliborger, l.i'.i
I i f I'ottrr township, -lecoa e I.
I The lirst and final account of J. W
I Campbell, exei-utor of Ac of Sarniu'
i llarpstnr, late , i' Ferguson township, de.
| ceased
ln o The final account of Win. W . Spam
1 glor, administrator de bonis non cum te
tarnento annexo of Ac <l Kev liana
lvi-rr, Ulo o Potter t- x"n1 .p, d---'en I.
li Tho aci-ount of J. .*• Ilauberinan s?
~ .John .Jordon, executor* of A of Hani • !
Daub erinan, late of Potter town-lop. d<
Ci-ased. a tiled by John Jo: lon, on< of .
7. The account ol William Garner, n-i
--ministrator ol sV> oi Samuel (iarin-r, lat<
et lie rr is town -hip, deci-me I.
1 h The final account of Joopli F. Will
J inius, guardian of Nexvton tiiin -r
~ ' ehild of John Spotts, late of llu -lon toxvn
ship, deceased.
~~ y. The second account of Ji >b Strohm
guardian ol David Kerr ami Su-uii i!
. Kerr, minor children of Daniel and He
'' liecca Kerr, Annio/.i-rhy, John uerr nm
. Klmira Kerr, minor grand children of thi
' -aid Daniel and Kehecca K rr, Into of Pol
| icr township, deceased.
10. The fourth and partial account a
Peter Holler and Currie K Wolf, admin
istriitor* of Ac of Hon. M. S. Wolf, lalo o
Potter township, dei eased, as file i by P
. ter Holler, one of the administrators.
•*" 11. 'i'he account of John Kishel, guar
j" dian of .Samuel Stover, a sen of Catharim
'''' Stover, late of Gregg township, deceased
a* filed by M. S. Kishel and Wm F. Ilea!
y ick, administrators of John Kishel, de
'j* ceased.
12. Tho account of John Kishel, gu-ir
|' h dian of Mary June Smith (formerly
'y'Neese). a minor child of William Nrese
'{late of Potter township, deceased.
"'J 13. Tho final account ol John M. Fu
Jrey. guardian of Surah F.. Stone, rnino
1' child of Joseph O. Stone, late of
township, deceased prin,
executJr h of a Sr U of-Jo. r , ih ai#l Fl ? i * hei
jPottor towDibip, decea'. d ° S " % ImU 0
9jan E .,
Tlic Fa!! Season lor (he year ls;s is now opening; and a New and EXCELLENT STOCK OK
Ai i.l < 11 ' li'lMl U A Cd.'S.t IN i ill* if A LL, and which will bv told at LOWEST FIOLIIiJSS. They hnve an immenan slot k ao<l well aborted in every line. THEY HAVE
///vns (lu(Mls m Clothing* Hals V/yy.v* Hoot* Shoes, *Vofions, Groceries, 6fe., at Lowest / } rir".
iV. ' SI V PK N ' K 11.1.!", I
I.i'idon, Jn. '■< A St. Petershu
At r. dl. I Jan. 11, say* "A eolltsl
"* i CUM Jn ibe NVti aw Kailway, thir
it 'to t P.-ti-rtburg on the 10
IT •* . l-c '•e- tv ( --T xve'rt k
..J and thirt-. f. . IT un-1 twenty-oi
L iI. ti, ilntu nrx P.-- A telegra
from t' icm i i\ "On Tiu- !n
ti 'tt. li -Ih'i :, i mlii 1. -.*ti!o triln
illocted in (Hin*td( able tiutnher a
,acked lion xxii'i three column* an
xas cutupietrly victorious. Fori
■tro'i'S '. Fini'nuli cavalry ehni-ed
iii.t** ..rll. iu< 'UV , killing nearly 3D
L i iit'ilii-i*. i he llu*~!U drove ill
ciieiny I'riuti Brotiun (iromo. A hut
!r il pr * :. i, a -j utility of grai
ami a 'ai/e uumlier of cuttle xxer
. eaphii 1. Thi* British Jo*# v.;ti t tit
Ui.'. i lie vie! id expected to hav
pit great moral t-flcet.
I'll iV ! Ist It r Ml xKRM ID Itil.lJ i TJI
t*i r.
('.iiuiil, Jutiu"\ l i.—An < xpl M
itceurrrd in tie* De-.1 t* i' rliierv, Rlion
i VaKeV, I-nt night. '1 *ie gr ut
sc i-meiit prevaiia in the district. 1
• t* *.t;d there are lit' ye ght men in th
pit, and thai n >ne ccape l. No at
i tempt at Hr< tie can be made a> yel
a* tl,- bottom of the shaft ternpra
ri!y itnpassible.
187'.*. THE PATRIOT. 1879
Vut'K PAP Kit FlthK
T." ilati. r P* igi t ai'.. be sent I'!
r man t ' * at thn ! rate* :
. fit <*i per el * t er xesr to a club ol fee.
, ; > per n -v |- r year to a c ut lit ten.
- '■e i,,•, . i v j r 11 rtoac ub of twvnlx
% | . c r . ~v per year lu a club of itariy
11> icrti j y per ji-xr to a i.ub of fifty.
And i- r ;x free t. r ca> xtr in everi
c*t t ■ the pert' *i getting up the club
, p* * fa! - ti:-. '.I - ' a year.
, Tt \Vrrxi.i Piii.i ji * !ts i*at Ij
, mall at tho toil rates
r jer*i a m ! r sii.g'.e < ; x
f I ~o i #r annum per c -pv to a club f fou
$ 1 -pt s .i p' i-r t a >ub o
. >tt' pl-'aaaym JO to a club of fif
$ <0 per annum jn r cap" to a club o
' thirty.
• S per m per oiy to *el .1 of fj\\
> ;j • f ?;mi •- copy i * club ti urn
And A " fe e for ont ye*r trsr 3
' x'fi> I trf up of tl ih.
its ; (::• A • n iV ..'J l
Jfi* 1 •.iff •ll u ii U l/k tit
risk. A :
i I'M*, r PiUUMnsoCo ,
i Hmrr .Liu*. PA.
, M? lii 1. Junimrv 3-I—A p'&ie ot
the < ##:- Cai;< !a an ! F rtu *n
pgu*t"i grea! list ruction of sural! craft
S■■vet.iv oh rn an and the.** art 1
r parted drown !.
' 0e> *-. 1. -.!"N* It * Mi KTING
' I',-r. -ii* having I** with the i
' t' jtiinii-* -ner . ar- ti -he 1 ilia! i-.v
l bo..r ! w,ti meet rcg <r-V at '-*< •' **'- 1 '
M 'tni.iv i e. h tnoutli, a- I during < ;.r!
Hpm.v Hr x,
an ,- t'lerk
n lUscir.o.
II J , i. J-' • I: • x- l
tin Jan s Wm. Alien I'rev
> Bar*k J! I lei. Sawyer, a.l of Hogg
I li'
■ (in 1> - * . ' I y l!i x IS e. Js-. e
I. .* sau'l Miss San. . E Ssioa, alio
, um—air -wt-nsaia-m Tirvre-'jiaw^rji
tin the . t'.h of O !b7\ of paralysis, r.
ll.u ri 1- f* f Mr Jostßh H ys. o
• Ondat Spring*, Clinton u ly, P . Mr
Saium Pt lit. 4R- 1 b.' ye*n tn 1 I'-' days.
' D i Dacnmbcr It. lb>. at tho r. i Unci
■Mi Mr*. A. m Ctnir, i l i
I 100, ... entrn inly. Mr*. Am alh La
\ In to Loop. Ji.a. J . K- stHh Ho n.
b:.x i.. iv .'■ ) • • ' h N*
| At !!• 1 "'*' irg Fx , en Jan •>. ' 1
Mr*. Chr-.ti*i * Mil ar, : i" "f I'.xnie
' ilt or. dee'd. afi' tfJ years, b mc: U• am
' II day*.
IT Perry. Jvff- rsan oeur.'.y, Ksr.***, <■
1 ib2n4olJai lary. 1171, ("carles 1 .
■ f Koa* and Eve /.nimormsn. ol Mill-
I isr .Pa . * ,-ek i yean, 2 tuxitiths and I
day I,
Spring Mill# Market.
j Kj e, toe.
! t'orn, ears, per hu new, .1-
< 'nt, ?2c.
Buckwheat. T'>
| 4'hn|>,
cround i<r t >tj, $!• OU
Flour, pr btl |6 00
t Itui or, 1 .
Tallow. '<c.
Hag*. 2e.
Egg* per do* , I s -'.
. Tub wa*he<l wind IV,
, Paeke I butter worked over, 10e.
I C"al, K tall Ilv ("*r, I'fvo
, Egg, s*&', 'A'
i Stove, S'.tvi $4 •->
,1 Ghvftnut, $4 ?i SI HI
Pea, ?2.n $2 -V.
| )i m.icsM.r
j The follow;, g farm Do k ixtul inxpl
m> ut* will h" so' lat jiublie #a'#. at ('en
. tie Ball, Wednesday, F< b Itth, 1SI
OMISPIN or 111 Li s.
>fH()K<ES. 1 TWO YE \K Ol,I COM
1 ; (>o I Tiiilk Cox. in-I lor ft be* lof C*l
, ' "ne Extra llreeding Sow. 2 gn<>
- idiintation \\ agon*, both broad wheel an
i- *i <> ix iih tied, 1 2 horse AN ag -n. I Sprin
e Wagon. I pair llot alods, nng.e S • -g ,
,j Shaker, Power and Strap, lteajxer, Dril
. Hay rake. Hayfork and rope. Com planto
i'loxx-. Harrows, Cultivator*. I large
Ti t'u'ti vnt'-r, ll . -* ui i!! - r-'-d 'I r "
('•••II* "I ex < ry d- ei ption. F--i k*. It the
. j (lhaiiii of ii ' l k n.d, Sing'.'-tree' and Don I
1.-tree*, nr. J u.any other tanning utensil
i Sa!o to eonino- ee at I o'clock
I'lHt UK AT.
' Tiie w*'ll known store *'nn I at Farmer
Mills, with dwelling lioum', barn, ar.d ou
building* an ) about twenty 'i'i acres i
r turning land is ofl. re lf -r rat Th.* i*
capital rhnrtcc to open up husinvas. k >
p.-irticulhrl rnlivn r nddre**
j'* j an G | Iji- I I I H MILES.
l_ P.y virtue of sundry writa .f / ' < I'll"
j u.- , /.' i ' I Faring and IVu/ifio/ii ci . i
iif issued out of t(m Court of Coram ti Plm
j.! of ('.mtro ( >unty and PMiindirOc! I, thei
)f will be exposed ut public sale at the ('"U
ii House in lb-defonte, on Saturdax', Jai
A. I)., I#7'J. Ilt 1 o'clock. P. M.. tl
j loiloxx ing describe 1 real estate of the il<
,t fondants t > xx it
j, No. 1.
t. All that certain lot <>r piece of grounc
t .. situated in the village of Port Matild
Worth township, Centre county, bound'-
r. and described us follow* . On the norl
y by lot latn of Geo. \V. ltasson, deccasei
,1 on the cast by an alley, on tho *••*'
plauk road street, and * *' -xii t
y. street, the . *no west by Hif
jX COS'' ,••* being a corner lot ut
..auiing on High street tit) feet, and u
igi tending back along Plunk road aire
i about 200 feet. Til croon crojted ft lur,
ir, I Hlabl". Seized, taken in execution and
oiihesxld as tho property of K. D. Cut
No. 2.
All tknt corlain lot or piece of grown
itiints* in lloalshnrg. Hair's township
(Tut!, ro ,(hounded and described a* f.I
urg mi tln tliu east hv Mill strnct, ell tin
II south by street, on the west and north hi
r!v Bf4>'- rard, containing i a te, more oi
ileis Ttiercon cm t"4 a tw-story brict
• ,Church building. f*ci;*ed, taken In exe
11-1 cut inn and t-' be sold a* the property r>!
n /ion'* chn' li. ol the Evangi'ln nl l.uth
er-n r I.gregx'.l ll (.1 II it'sbuig.
No. ;i
1 All t ii right, ti( is* and interest of said
l'*B delendariU, 111 ai d t > that < trialti tract ol
fiiece of land, situate in Liberty ton ushlp,
Centre couuty, hounded and described ••
tm fellows ! x* it Meginiuog at a |>i>*t e>ii
, v a-i li hank "I Meld b ag'e Cre- k, thence
by lands oi Hi* heirs ol ,Samuel liecbxlol,
" * dei eatetl, north t' l , xx exl u7 peri lu*s to a
it* Pot, them e alol-g lands ol Michael
i )( | Scio in ix 4D pett lies i> a p *t, ' inncnsouth
4(1". i*t *peieheto llnld I agle Creek,
IN tlienc'- up the Mid crn-k by its s.xeral
a course* to the place of beg inning, con*
11! ailliiig about I'l aie* a lot a low em e. I •*
lii r Ibo same tract ol and surveyed to F.
D Ligg<-i by Joi.n L-trv'-t, un the k'llb
ll* day of August, IH F 'i'hrieon erected a
j,, Iran.i it x<- ing house, hanu. turn and ulh*
ier outhuildiug*.
r j ALSO,
f!•' AIIII < right, title and interest of the de
y, leiitlanla in that (<-rtain tract ol unseated
ii i situate in i.lberty townxbip. Centre
•x, irveyoj uiolrr a warrant granted
|to NN in llaye .containing acrts more
Al*so t
:A! the right, I.lie and intere*: of Ihc de
It. -(ants in H i i ertain tract of unsealed
I :i id- situate in Liberty township, Centii
i ir, surv e> ed under ii warrant graalmd
j, J or Christ an N estlero-io, contain*)
; i.g u a- r- i ore or 1 •- - d, taken
' ui v item and to be so uat the ptopi r
>l :y i f iicrj. Ligget and F. I>. L:gg -t
It - N " '
A ! the right, title- and inl.-rnst of the
IvD-ndanO lu and to all In at certain trart
I*l or | iei-e of land situate in Snowshoe town ;
I_ IMP. i entre county, aiiuining lands of
\ l Hint.ui, John 11 I' • and lands of
in- v . owsh. t Lai. 1 Assin .ation, contain '
il g M acies m >• .>r !.->• , about 12 Wrn]
.'•* re.l a'.id u- der lence, vs Ithout any oth- -
or imp: ivniitati ll.i-rV -u. Suiaed, lakeiii
nev itioii .nd to be s jid si tun proper*)
• 'y ol Sarah H t hrusnisn.
No ...
i I e f .1] .wing dwscr.hed building aridi
i' tol ground, to Wit The ss. l building
• situate o.u the .-uth side ot Lamb stieetl
• a the borough ol Its!lef.-a:e. on a lot
ii r.. i.g on Lamb street, and bounded on
:n we '. by Jot t 11. M Hulls, on south
v. t x all at . jt, and eaxl 1 V lot of Jatue
y. t oi pbell, fa.d huiiJil g is a tWO-alorv
: i frame house, about 2 1 .' led .a Iron'.
r !.* t.-ej- Sail id, tixkoti in etc*
. .: . n und l" he . >ld a* the property of.
' Dsx.l A. Kenoelv, i vter r reputed
ow ■ -rand coulra<-ter.
iy No. i"\
'I : .i -xx.r.g building ai l lot o
C? ii.d, to w.t Said building located in
.- -i t rough of He,it-, oite. ou the a -utb
>r *id e ■ Linn street, in said borough, on t,
•'' lot a ! fining ground ot J aim-• Armor on !
i si. 1 Li' .b si'. *1 . -. tin sauth, a
thirty t -t street .n the west, and Linn
at re. t oa the p. rth, at. I is a 1w,.-story
mme I. use, ibiriy-lw . fc.-i front on
I. t ■ s-.r l. a- i twenty !eel In depth, and
.t it i' . t. k< .ha a building lu hx
'• *-f.*ed. U*tn ti exvulion, and,
:u- t':• propany < i MOBRM Ar
-T :.-ior. owner or r putcd owner and COD
IT- A'l th*", certain Ut or t-vce of ground.
.t ist- i iUr ii -xiT p, i or,ire couiiiy.
s v.. t: • -rt'i I Nitlany tnoun
and lh( Yali I ie hairs, ..a the east
by xit -ef John .V li ,on the south b)
i a tid i : J tin K 1. tt. I on the west by'
nn.s'fJas M. II" < ht.*-ni?ig 90acrk.
I, ii:"-e of lest Thereon ere-d a large
br'.. . ..weiii j h, use, ban* i.atn and oth
t .
" < I utt eg# a ... sen ity-LX" acres
i. cloxrr l --f ad, laki-ti in ( i< utiur. and
J.-.. -r . ■ ty : NV I- K -s
No (X
AH that certain I t or pi era of ground.
tie . .ritV, bounded 1.n.l d> r rihvd asfol*)
.. tin tfc>. nortt. b> i c'lirbhra prop
; b k i ... s ct. ire t. i , c-r' y, and on the
w' ! I' 11. -.1 (-late, c ntaino g
, on '. d B tw.'-rl >ry dw.- ling hs.ute. 2 tw<-
'. ry ch. ! b> - d ngf. stable and other,
outbui drag, M . C.takiriin execution'
k-" bat 'J a '. o-H< .Isfoute Acadnwy. |
A 1 the right, title And ;nle-e*t of l'eler
NN*' rt Tind to t it *er 11*,o! -r i *cx
° of gr?- T.J. situ*!. In tba borongh offbil
j's' •C< r.'.T v ' u-. IaTI il de*
- ,! 1*• follows, t" *it (In the nurd
v tof Un s* t Hsx sard ", on (Ft
;t - ,i-t by N >r".b J* mi tree"., on the soutl.
■ of 1. ' rt L-oyd. and -n the west
!r ,N rt' FT M st-cef. If 'itihg on it.e said
N I'. . f Tti| sir.-- . at ; be", and ex
: g \ axk Vl' fx : "... >d >' rth S
•i. i street Tl-cre rre< ted one twa*!s*
'ry frame dweiiing e, a two-|.>ry log
dw lif.g house, frame stable and other r cd. taken ia evecutior.
T. • I*. be • ds* '. e J': iperiy of I'eter
3t Wthi-r.
'■ Na. Id
A " tL Tetw.i I. ts of grx'ur.J situate it,
i Ba vfaata, C aira tunit, Maaadafi Md
. ii-scribed a* f-'ilows !• wit : Gne thereof
, in Jed of the north tv 80 feet of It *hoj
■ir l. on th wit by lot of J. B. Hutu
. !, utH by I. gsn si 20 f'-''t. east
■* by 1.1 .! D. NV. *l' •. •2 feel. Thereat.
* creel. Ja t vo-sti r*- - f:-;... citx,c!(iag house
, An- :,.• r ; are (boot Jed north bv l-rn
e j p.*c, i tithe (st by the heirs ol Harris.
Jn I . son*. . by Valentines. Thereon
' I nrt etc J a two-story frame dwelling house,
i tc. ."-fixed, t*k> n in execution and to ba
■n , Ja* the property of Cbarle-llrowr.
M No. 11.
s- ak i'.v! artala tract of laad, aituata wj
I * F.-rgu in t xxnship, Centrecouaty, bound*
eI on tl." north bv lsn 1 of Jantfs F
_ Kraps, on the east Vy lands be' r ging to
C" , r Hind Eckel and Andrew!
H-'U-T -ir. on the snulb by land* of Thorn*
M F. PaUMI and Henry Snyder, ana M
li> wes* by nd- of Jonathan Muaser and
lienry Bloom, coalaioi.ig iol aorns, toire
•r Is'xs. There.r erected a two story
briek h>Ue. b*nk 1 arn, and othsr out*
I Tigs ; all clear.-id and in a go dMM
if jitivalinn. tsclVad, taken in exe -utior.
and to be lax the pr perly of NV. 1).
No. 12.
N , rorlaio b* Jintf a:.4 •'
ground. t. ait. Said budding two slorios
high, hax ing a front of lwenty*aevcn feet,
. . a daplk • f MVMIMI feel. Situate ujs
oii a certain lot of ground in Rush lovx n
xlnp. Cettro county. Founded on the
soiith-xr. thy at da! Atherton heirs, on
the sotith-er.t by He'lefop.te and Ph'litsa-
Isurg turnpike, un the north-east by lot
ol 11 diorl Sievenxop, and on the north*
nest by h.n.l* of PtMt (Mllllk B*itMi
taken in execution and to be sold a the
property of L 1 under Sieinrcok.
e . No. lu
All that certain l >t or piece of ground.
. situ i!e in Spring towns >if. Centre county,
Isounui'il and doscibcd as foihiwa, viz:
Ib-ginnii.K at a pin. tn e on tho south-east
T. . rner of San.ui . Uule a lot on road lead
it- ing t" I'erii. m * farm, tlicncu along said
I ro i I north til , e.'i-t *lxt en porches to a
id Make, theni >• north 2.' 1 , west 1(1 perches to
.i ,o or ste-.e, thenc - south/'! 0 , ea-lsix
ti .-u ( .-rche to n Kiako on iiorih-eat cor
r"f Samuel K to s lot, thence along
,| .HP! lot south .eal H' porches to lh(
place I lieglTlT T!:g. < !'' g 'IS MCtX
ii or le * I •ic ei erect. I two-*t.>
,""|ry frame dwolLng bouse and utlior out
buildings. Sc.. I. taken in execution
itcl to b soM :c the property <f A. H
u" Cox.
No. 14.
All tbat certain !<t or p.ere >1 ground.
—• -itunto in I'll, p-hurg li.u !<gh. Centre
county, h.iutidvd and <?e>scrili(d as fel
low* s (in the north by lot "1 L(• I i".
, gin, on the east by South F- urth street, on
tttics south bv lot ••( (' t> Herlingcr, and
: eutlie wet hv South Centre street front
jlv' i:ig on the sai l South Centre street '4 feet,
x.l and extending bark 210 to'-t to sap) South
. M Fourth street l'hercon creeled al'twis*
yi -lory frame dwelling house, stable and
other outbu'.ldinga. seixad. taken in as
ecution and to be sold as the property ol
L. A. Shearer.
No. 13.
All that certain lot or piece of ground,
situate in I'otter township. Centre county,
hounded on the north by lauds of Wm.
'' Mu I burger, on the east by lands af Joseph
'" k Strum, on the south by lunds of John
' r ' Wagner, anil on the xve*t bv lands of
4rl ) Wm. M nlba-icr, containing about I acre*
in moro or less ; thereon erected a two-story
be frame house, small barn, and other out-
B- buildings. Seized, taken in execution and
| to bo sold as the property of John Jordon.
No. Id.
id.i All that certain lot or piece of ground
l. situate in the borough of Belief"-'
"'J ire county, bounded -- ...e. Cen<
"th Church aile" * *>i the north bj
id, | H"."- on tho east by lot of 11 K
. ....s, on the south by Linn street, and oi
by I the xvest by lot of George Potter, (rontinf
go on said Linn stroot tifi* feet, and uxtendini
n.l. back 2tXI feet to said Church alley. There
*• on orocted a two-stoiy frame dwellinj
cet house and othor outbuildings. Seized
r gc 'taken in execution and to be sold as th
to pr.merty of Thomas A. Ilicks.
ut* Terms Cask. No deuds will he ac
knoxvledged until the Durchßse rnonwy i
I paid in full. JOHN 9PANGLEK,
B<V<jjan3t bherifl.
y '
(Bucct -r to T. A. Hick* Bro.)
Hardware, Stoves, Oils, Clu£Z f Sec., Sec.
CX- ' ATHO BUS ilie aycuc] f (he Noulli llcnd i'ltlllctl l'lotr forthitt coitu.y/WJ
'j t I'M-! -NOTICE
Letters testamentary on the estate of
Win Allison, lt of l'"Uer twp , de
jceaard, having been grariu-d to tli" under
i signed, all peiaoni indchtx* 1 to said i stuta
J are rc.jnired l" inak" imm. iiate paym ut.
I and th "-having, alms agu.,*l the -ami
. to present them, duly authenticated by
"law. for settlement.
Alt ai . iiutils remaining unt itled after
Jen vl, ,j, xvtil be pla* xd in tbe handa ol
a J utixo "or . .( -non,
loo.Doii li """ •
•12b> 21 per day. AgenU are now rut -
( ing that .ti nun! Addresr, with cpe lint
>tanip. Lev. P. T. Hl't'K, Milton, Pa.
2G dec 4t
y;. a. ; n ;'7 a,
MI'lCMt Hi lt.
Respectfully informs the citifcer.sof C. li
tre Hail and vicinity that he hat opened a
new shop in the old Hank Huilding. New
work turned out according u>style,and all
Kinds of repairing neatly dune, and on
short notice. Price, reduced and to suit
( 'ie , 7 feb.
j 1111 11 ■"
,/ IKS'I ' v . HALL
Furniture Rooms!
rcspoctiully informs the citizen* of Centre
county, that tic has bought out the old
stand oi J. O. Dtfii'ioger, ai.d has reduced
the prices H> has constantly on hand
and makes In order
TABLES, Ac.. Ac.
11 ii stuck of ready made Furniture i
large and warranted of good workman
ship, arid is all made under bis iminediati ;
uperv .s on, and is o2c-r U at rat* j chcapet
than elsew *
Call ar.d see hit fto* k tefore pur. i.asing
w ! ere (el.
V ix ar.icil the" H
tntia at. i Fbi!adt-!phig.
E. xk 11. T. ANTHONY A CO.
•1 Hr, adwav.New York.
Mar.ufac'u-crs, Irr;,-rterr ± Dealer, in)
Yt I vet Frame#, Album*, Cirsapho
.-cujMS, Sicrci, -.•(TjK'a atiii \ ie*#,
Er.grav gs, C'hromi -. Pk •! graph,, and;
kli.drcci goods -OwlebriUea, A '. . *-e*,(U |
NYc arx- hea,' ,-a:tcrs for every thi g Ir. th>-
a ay of
>:er ec/trc.-as ami Ma/ic L&nterus,l
Each stvle being the be-t cf 'U clas, in tb(
lleaulifui PhxxU'giwphic Tracsparancies ol
Statuary and Engravings for the w.ud -w.
t"..nvex gla-x Mar.ufacturrs of \(ivet
Franie for N" niiature, ar.d Convex (.ar
Cataloguvs of Lanurtis ar.d S.idea, with)
directions fur L-:l.g, scut C o." 1(C) I'JdcCt ,
( KM'ICi: ilALl*,
Msarrx. asm or
Saddle, Bndltt, Collars Whips
Flynets. a! a!., k>cp on 1 and C tr.
N. t, etc. Prices l -vti t.tiy uh> re • Ise
All kind* of repairing J i.e. The test
► lock always kept on hand All xvorfc w.*r-j
rants- 1 A* share of lb• pul c | atronagi
i kindly 5,.1.< itcd. 11 apr. 1j y
KECEIY K DKl'osns. n .ia: ".winter;
et: Discount Notrx; Huy and
Sell (JoTcrnnicntSecuritiex,
Gold and C. . pons
WM. WO: r. WM B. Mtwci S,
f - •'i •<
nni t.xroxTX, r*.
lls been recently thoroughly renovated
xr d T( i aireil, and under tt;" ma: i
of the Nexv Proprietor, Mr. GEORGE
HOl'l'K-i. formerly of W'msport, • first
claxs in aii lis appointments
Are ff-r. d t >th •" in aitenJnnce at court
j.ii 1 other* r'-iTifi ing in toxin Cut a few
davi at a lime.
The largexi nr..; mtisl superbly Dasigned
II tel inGentntl Peetfjlriiit,
Allmolernc, Gotrythf
. Bush hcuso.
, --aug GEO. HOPPES, I'ropr.
Wh r#ifi,lh* llm Chfiflf* A rtf*,deit( vl
tib# court a.# i '.xitxtncn I*)ra* to tlr Jfi ib JbsdUci*! Dl
f trict eonV>ilny of tbmxttn * frnir* t
* i(iAtfSUJ. *na Ihf Hoauf*tir Nam I I r*nA. .a>4PN
► llniifirMn .lutih DlTcni. 4lfi9cUlHft Jildtri il ( Aftlr*
couvtf bfifiM Iwukl Ibdir tiMiiu dt< thd
I* | i| Of Ju \ I .1 - t4IT 'x I -1 I'll hx.ix'.ir.g
' i ocMtrt of o)r*r *>4 YtralMv ud JUI Dmln
. **ij kr. t gn*rtrT NuMttioo*of lh IVar Hrpfct##' UdH,
(h unlf •( (''ilr, and l romnienr* or \b* 4h
I U? fcii I < .ng th S'lb t)j of JuDuary 1*79.
ft 4 I . '*. rck
\ | Ihcrrforo Vvrrhj firm lo |h* I* rrnrr. .In*
I ticwe of lb* AMer>kti nud of th*
. •• itl county ,ft #*• !f*. H*t ILcjr t• Ihen *l*4 (Mr* in
thlr iirxvjcr If o'clock in th# I.trvncxMi of
• MHI J*). witti tbrlr morU. ittq lidUod*. F Wnr*
i* it.ini. id th4t own wmen ' mnfo. to do thr thirr*
which t tbrlr wfßi U IMI d4i#. unii ti**e"
w ! . . ' I. ! tt t •• • lijat
ißi# iirMiinenHiiit fit# i b*l! !#• In I' ■ .tail * ! i #ni;
count v . In* thru Utl Vhttl* l#> |*tv-. x Ik|g*ka*i I
* if haii lr ju!
<•!**" nttUr mjr L*r.U ftl lidlirf<Mktr. thr I*l dixf o'
sltiti. ir ll.u 'i.#f x./our ly !;i, ard in ti# Ikii 1
. iui lutld,,Dtl<io# f th I'nltrd
JOHN si'ANt.i i ii. Sfcwii*
Of * cojvt of my W i lift *AI. V M( >N SK \<!
n fttH)h.t< nj •nffmu* with 4 n*nn t t> n
ttthmi, F*Urr! Erob hit I*. L*m* ol Voir#, O#
ThnMkt Hcnd nmo und |*o#' lc
- 1 crut t'ftiuf*. fttvd ttc roar Th#
c hook • illuotruiod 144 Pl*, li <•
k Til# inforiuati tl It fnuU.M, 4G ilsr. tir.n id cat •of i*.J
1 da* IIIAHJ lite* IBe uuiLnrluk* (>ccn tr**ttQA
, i',!*c*iei of tL" N. •o.T'hi **t *"•* IsUn#*. •• a
pra tifc in I'm. tnnaii IfL- VUi*m PR. !S
i> \SOI.I K ( 1 loeiuMU. Ohio# U lan 41
Letters testamentary on tlie extalc i !
(tex>rgc Murray, laleofCollega to* nihip.
I,'deceased, having been granti I to tho un
x dersignei, all persons indebted l<< sai 1 e,
talu are required to mnke immediate pay
ment, and thine having claims again-i the
: xniiie to present them, duly authenticated
i by law. tor -eitlciuent.
Claims can he pre-ontc I t x e Dior of the
(Inderal nod J. D. XDKKAY.
9 jn Ot. Executors
l! I "ICENSE N"ti< is berohy given
that tho fallowing named
'' persons have tlle.l thoir petition* lor Li
t-SDis, in the office of the clerk of tli*
Court of General (Juarter Sessions of the
Peace In nnd for (Vntro county, and that
> application will be made to the next See*
' sions of said Court to grant the same.
James L. Dolong, Liberty twp., Tavern.
v 1 L > I'A Nx I.r. H," Attorriey at- ],x.
Oonsultalions in EngH-.h ami
,1; 1 1 erinan. Dtlice in Furst'* n>w building
) OAI TION _^ av j njt purchttsotl tb,
I I tolloxviug perot<al property a
. constable's sale as the property cf Amoi
Koch, of Gregg township, 1 will Ivavc th'
V same in hi possession at my pleaeure All
I■ persons are cautionod against nieddllnf
n with tho same, namely : One Cook in j
Stovo, 2 pairs Bedsteads, J do* (Jiairs
!R Tuble, Chest Clock. Doughtray.
c- Ho-ie, 1 Spring. Hay and Corn, Brtdli
■k and Harness, 1 Cow. 1 Pig. and Iron Ket
tie, together with all defendant'* proper
, , ia )*jr own town. |3 Outfit ft
C* |v_ __ (WX R<ud#r, il you want a lioxmsu i
is WI II Owbkh persona ol sit bar art can make gT*i
tl/ V Vrixay all Ibo tUno lbs, work, writ# tor j>iu
I ti^WU.UAUJUi4(Jo.FrtikB<<J(
l J* ajjr, y
BRICK FUR BALE - - Kirat class briel
ti har d for tale el Zerhe't C'etiiro iiai
f brick yards. 1 tivao brick ar<
~tiered so low that it w.ll pay person, at ,
| -li* Lance to Come here for them.
! Intending to i ouitnue in the manufac
jtuieof brick they will he kept Coriuanlij
ua Land, and fair inducemeriU offered ti
' purchui ra.
Ci.rt! H.K.ZKRBEj
ty G. (al l KLI I
Dentikt, MHlheim.
OHe-r* hi* pf'deMl.rtik 1 ifrf.i MUs lis* B! lie ll* It
| V ptrivj w bIJ -4>wbu*i it. lU eiildipr*'
le**! t*m.
H. I. aw f..i:j|i*y#rd la sstrtct laalt abawlsll)
'"boat pat* Wi,*lS
Bpring Mill>, Fa.,
J J. D. UJ.M. 8
New Grain House it
Now for The
Reception of
at the HIGHEST CASH PRICE and tb.
HK.sT C<JAL in Market sold at the rrrj
I iow*at price.
Hides! Hides!
Rr.i.g your Hides anJ receive Iht iiighea'
; | Price fur them.
! I alio keep lor sale UPPERS. KIP*
j at lowest prices.
A )iu a full orie -if
Harness, baddies. Collars,
Bridles, Halters. Whips, etc.
• t lie very Lou til Pri p.
J iOoci xsfti
Grocery and
Con feci ionerva
The und. rsig: t-<i cpened a new Gro-
I "ery ai . C-'D ret;. tiiTV. a- d will alwav
i seep a lull line > f gxsoxls. at lowrstpossihli
orice*. and kind v ask* a share of tbe put
ne patronage. IDs stuck consist* of
All kinds of
; and ail fru.t* of tfca st-aua generally in
Alto a full line o!CONFECTIONERIES 1
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
I I sell low for CASH and PRODUCE,
zuaepl y C. DINOK.i.
Spring Mills O. Iv.!
a', I. J. Grenoble'# Store !
hat the goods. Largest clock 1
Prices Lower llian
1 *
And i -w extends a cordial invitation L
b s friend,, pniront, and public gcnrral
,i ly-
Also a Complete Assortment ol
Ready Made Clolhiug for men an.
boys. Suit# a# low a# to be bad iu iht
Imported and Domestic
Full licei f
For Ladie#, Gents, Boys. Misses and
'• Hn-ierv. Glove#. B iol# and Shoes,
1 And the uo*t complete atiorlment of
, n (VntrsTPennaylvania. ard price* thai
vrillcomtxci vou in mlf defence to buy ol
jtim. Also Fiak, Salt, etc. 18or
' A ful! line of Howe S wing Machine*
and Needle# for all kiud# ol mHchitie#
<i Alto deal* in all kind* of Grain. Mar
ket price paid for the nam# A ,pecalty
m OGA L by the car load
' n a riT-n-w mi i. , __
-"BE*TX . m
. Jas. Harris • AV CO.
C| J%
J* A IN T S,
r I
•i Bargains!
| In MEN'S and BOYS,
t also a LARGE VARIETY of
g opposite the Bush house, Bellefonte
s- room formerly occupied by Jobi
J. Powers. apr2sy
T 1 a I*'. FORTNEY Attorney at Lai
r " JL# Bcllefontix, Pa. Office over Rej
ixclda ban k I4(iiqy'e
" Lincoltwlluie7Pow"D<rrmMke'- bui
ter sweet andhard, and quicker to chur
it—for rale at "Wm. WolP# stote.
Ji'candy Manufactory & Bakery.
•r Mr. AH*-ri kauth,
is do* the very bert
< i n,., BnEU) ' CAKES AD PIM,
10 utf*.
I Can die* and CoDfectlona.
He riiin,ufclor< * all kind* of caa
' a "f too wi
low ■* in me. \y. Cm.d ic of all kidai
, way* on I.and, together with OraaeM
Lemon,, t'ifr*, Date*. Xuta, Syrupi, Jel
l} iiaa and everything good.
Au l.xcelleut oyater a alao at
laelicd l'j the Baker*. Call aitd a
U'" •)' " >' I.'ila -rk frr u laaaalaay
'*)"! 1 *•* n all] Malt
) * i i ,.4 u> ib iitjuub
*"*• ** l - • • bwj* m 4 flf • n>il ma
*'"* im "■ *"• i*. ' no
|, M . ACUlrualoiiA i"
- * I, r-ai.y_
! 1 *
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y i
ft> - ' " v,. ?
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ICr . ' *
War! War! War!
ersnno xachikei:
M KISI ;lnrlr Organa,
Srtt- !1. For *llO < n^li.
• )• r " if.-, >•••-. ' t b7<> '*>— Prico
Searing Machine* Guaranteed Nov,
and as Beprn-f-nted, for 125 00.
< >ME (fNg, CoME ALL
0 lb* N. M • A "-owing M ) inr- itora
Aiifßbr-f j Street.
£ju!jr Belleioato, p
Boti & iiiuher,
Woul in rt rerpectfu'ly inform tbe eit
tern oft ..a t: -i'. iiy, that be L* t*rted a
li..nt aria S! >p, and would ba
banklul ' ira .bar# or the public natron
*ge. 11. -t and Shoe made to order and
1.1 r : tottvle. i d an-moU bo work
toequni yi: ad< *lo* hero.
jfrej. ri 4 d-'nc, an J ctnrge, reamnabla
lire bit < C1 'A 1*
New Pianos 5125
K*ch. si <1 all #Ct *. " ■ '■ ng GRAND,
>yI"AUE and UPRIGHT all rtrictly
1 •>( da**, tuid al the loweit net ca*b
• holer Ate faetii; v pr. < din tto the pur*-
.■barer. "1 Li . i.aOe one of the in
ftidi'p'tri iitth C ilri nia! Eibibuioß,
•nd *• re i a <>u*!y r< . rrtr,< r d_ed for
theHu.'tr-T IIop— * v.r 12 000 in u.
ttewul'.riv :r < '| -at i )lr i farturira Co.
—Factorv s.-ittl d overß6 jrenrt. iba
Square Ctr* !- < n Matbuihek'i new
aatant t i Orn ti tag Sc ale, tba
frci'.i'i! i the bUiorj of Pi
<notial "i. t ta'iare tbe £:.e*l
in Atnerti i. r• -t tr *l. Don't
fail lour : ■ for U'uitraat-d aid tlncrip
tire Ci.isl ?e of Up. ?■< m*i'rd free.
' tir: ic i .*.i • : >;rc-ft. N . Y.
ma MankW.
tut/ V
♦'Vibrator" Thrr-ltri*.
wrra irm-rw
| ! And Steam TUmhrr rajtaM,
• I Hade only fcj
THE Matrhleiaa (lraii*Mrla|, Time
h. ' h- ivwnm (:.• dj mm 4
, fenr - I. i ->4 t'l -e ' fUfid a.O^
1 j Scr* CUauui of. ajbb M Ul%*a tMNK V >a>m.
nUAIX Italwr* stIII not Sobiatt lo (be
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TBK KK Tl n B Tbmkifiiff Yxprwmm
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* tiO Rcvthrlv Isbidr the Feye
r 1 . ■ i a; t> at in t t-oanpS
fl|K i • l* k . iv'WH a>4Cnh dt onaol
k (. ..t,,M,U;I .L -iuiU l.lira^.tUwal
HOT ci -IT Vtljr Snpcrltr for Whrau
IMI •. his , M'tftruuia-ait •£ " rrltilkdlM *
15 ' •VrijOl'S for Wwpllflijr of Part*.
! kej . b<*
, rot T >rtc fl M"air'itor* Mntie. raaa-
IH | lii'l* *1 r it. l.r Ui,
I .1 1. I' I -* ... a...
QfrAM t'swrr Threshers* a f*wecinlT.
OCR Certsraled ktenm Thresher F.a
■g ces*'". \i ulta iiaproi inin. mm! hiUaua
IN Therotirh Vorknißsikip, V.teeaaC
1 > - ■ —■ i.. wa
•it .MT >lia . .iMhi
! poit ?*nriirn , nrs. cnlt on nor Oealeiw
%• . cartu ua . .. . * i .r, w> .kN WvMalllPaab
ATLIIS* Orchestrion cliimrs ORGAN
-x iilhr imlhtgwUfttl
. i r . in style oni perfeet
1 C.'lfe!^ in tone ever maite.
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