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SHIOKRT k FORSTER, Editors.
Term* tl.ftO per Annum, In Advancs.
8, T SHUGERT ind R. H. FORSTER. Editor*.
THK third-term idea grew wonder
fully in favor last week. No # Repub
lican opposes it now except Hlaiue
and Sherman. They still claim some
respect for the "unwritten law," as well
as for the counsel of Washington on
retiring from public life.
MR. BENNETT, of the New York
Herald, has started a subscription for
the relief of the suffering in Ireland
with the generous sum of 8100,000.
Mr. Bennett deserves hid large wealth,
lie is no niggard in its dis|>eusation
when called ujion to relieve suffering.
IK Don Cameron and his Pennsyl
vania convention are not more honest
ly committed to Grant and the third
term than to the "honest electiou"
plank of the platform, the distinguish
ed traveler may have occasion to pray
the good Lord to save him from hyp
ocrites aud liars, about the time he
emerges from the Chicago convention.
IT is said that two or three hun
dred families of (Junkers from Phila
delphia, propose to form a colony in
Minnesota next spring. The commit
tee sent out to pros|>ect for an eligible
location, after visiting Texas, Kansas
and Nebraska in the performance of
their duty, finally made choice of Cot
tonwood county, Minnesota as afford
ing the greatest inducements of soil
MR. CONKLINO announces that he
is not a candidate for the Presidency,
and will in no event allow himself to
bo presented for the Chicago nomina
tion. He also say* he is iu favor of
Grant, and will give him the whole
weight of his influence. New York
may therefore be considered certain to
emphasize Cameron's victory iu Penn
sylvania, and together, give Grant the
leading cards at Chicago.
THE parade made by the late Re
publican convention in favor of "a
pure and free ballot" would almost
tempt one to forget the unclean source
from which it came. It is difficult to
realize that such utterances could
come from the party that stole the
Presidency and have yet exhibited no
shame in having the stolen goods in
po^so—ion—that have year after year
employed "Gopher Bill" and an army
of rounders and repeaters to pollute
the ballot and falsify tbe honest result
of elections in Pennsylvania.
THE Committee on Agriculture in
the House of Representatives has
reputed a bill creating the Agricul
tural Bureau into au executive de
partment of the Government and f>ro
viding for a Secretary of Agriculture
with the same compensation as the
Secretaries of the_ other departments.
It also provides for an assistant Secre
tary at a salary of $3,500 ; for a veter
inary department in charge of a Vet
erinary Surgeon at $3,000; for a divi
sion of entomology, under the direction
of an Entomologist at $3,000, besides
the necessary clerical force to put the
machine in working order.
THE plan adopted by Mr. Ruther
ford B. Hayes to renew the commia
"ion of J. Madison Wells as surveyor
of the Port of New Orleans, if not en
titled to the respect of the Senate for
ingenuity is certainly entitled to their
fntcmpt for impudent hypocrisy.
Being pretty well assured he could
not pa<w the old Presidential thief
through the Senate and thereby con
tinue to force the Government to pay
the reward of villainy for which he
only should be liable, he hit uf>on the
sharp dodge of nominating the son ft>r
the vacant office. The ear marks,
however, were too plain. The name
of Wells in connection with Hayes
was too familiar to go unchallenged.
It is not likely the appointment will
ever reach a confirmation.
"EQUAL AND KX ACT JUSTICE TO ALL MKN, OF WHATEVER STAT* OR PERSUASION, REI.IOIOUH OR POLITICAL."—Jefhnon
Tho outcome of the Republican
State Convention, which met ut Har
risburg last week, was a decided and
impressive triumph for Senator J. I).
Cameron, notwithstanding the persis
tent efforts of such Republican jour
nals ah the Preaa, the Xorth American,
and the Inquirer, of Philadelphia, and
the Tribune and the Timet, of New
York, to belittle its results, and the iu
fluence it will probably have upon the
coming National Convention of the
party at Chicago. In spite of the out
spoken antagonism of these journals
and the largely preponderating senti
ment of the party in favor of Rlainc,
Mr. Cameron accomplished his pur
pose, well-known beforehand, of com
pelling the State Convention to adopt
a resolution in favor of the nomina
tion of General Grant for the Presi
dency, aud binding the delegates to
the National Convention to vote as a
unit in all things'. So far then ns the
success of this programme may be
considered a victory, that victory is
complete, and its results will undoubt
edly lie fell in the larger counsels of
the party. True, it was not achieved
without something of a struggle. The
opposition was strong and boisterous,
and, indeed, at one jieriod of the frav,
seemed likely to defeat tho plans of
Cameron, and take from his hand for
all time to come the sceptre of author
ity he uow presumes to wield over the
Republican party of Pennsylvania.
Hut in the end, the dissatisfied ones,
though strong in numbers aud not
wanting in pluck, were obliged to suc
cumb to the pre-ordained aims of the
master spirit of their party.
Their frantic attempts to free them
selves from the domination of the
ruling house were vain and futile.
Grant and the unit rule were prompt
ly and unswervingly voted through,
and the indignant minority subsided
into meek submission. It is not our
purpose to consider in detail the means
by which in the critical and all-im
portant hour a majority of the mem
bers of the convention, absolutely
contrary to their better judgments and
' the pronounced wishes of the people
' they pretender! to represent, should
have been thus brought to yield to the
; commands of one imperious and sel
fish will. Yet so it was. There can
be no doubt that the usual and never
failing methods of Cameron, so well
understood and so often successfully
J employed in the past, played the part
of a potent factor in this exciting po
! litical drama. Hut that is neither
here nor there, however much it may
affect the significant fact that many
1 delegates who went to Harrisburg
avowedly hostile to the aims and in
tentions of the young chief, suddenly
experienced a change of mind, if not
of heart, and gave him their active
support. This is ever the case, aud
need"excite little surprise or comment.
With Cameron, the necessary means
are always used to secure the desired
end, and there is no instance on record
: in which the efficacy of the Camero
nian means is more manifest than in
this latest exhibition of Cameronian
power and influence. The picture
may not lie a pleasant and encourag
ing one for the better class of thought
ful and independent anti-machine Re
publicans to gaze upon. To see a
great party thus bound hand and foot,
and made to act in. subservience to
the designs of one man , may be char
acterized as degrading to manhood
and repulsive to all ideas of free
thought and action. But there it
stands out in bold relief. Human
eyes cannot be blind to its striking
outlines, and its truthfulness roust
force itself upon the contemplation of
every one. It is Cameron's triumph,
won in true Caroeronian style, and no
one better than Cameron will have a
right to enjoy the fruits that it will
bring at Chicago in the nomination of
Grant. The election will be another
THE borough and township eloctions
will take place on Ttieeday neat.
BELLEFONTE, I>A., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1880.
Charles Stewart Parnoll
It will be very generally regretted j
by all who sympathize with Ireland
in her terrible* distress—and their
name is legion l —that the great Irish
agitator should, by any act or word j
of his, have returded tho substantial
manifestation of American charity
which was spontaneously flowing out J
to his starving countrymen. While
no one questions either the sincerity or !
patriotism of Mr. Pnrnell, there is a
growing belief that he regards the ques
tion of land tenure aud the extirpation
of Irish landlords as of more impor
tance than the ulleviation of the suf
fering aud misfortune which have
overtaken countless thousands of the
peasantry of this unfortunate Island.
Few men charged with an eleemosy
nary mission, have been accorded so
attentive and intelligent a hearing as
was giveu Mr. Parnell on his arrival
in this country. He was everywhere j
greeted with the utmost enthusiasm ami
the responses to his pleas for aid were
liberal in the extreme. But as it
happens Mr. Parnoll is not the only
one who is moving to the relief of]
famine-stricken Ireland. The Duch
aw of Marlborough, the noble wife of
its Lord-Lieutenant, has organized
what is known as the Mansion House
l Committee, and has appealed to the
| whole charitable world for aid. The
Irish Home Ruler with wretched taste
has been guilty of attacking the mo
j lives of this committee and in his pub
| lie addresses has openly accused the
Duchess of using the mouey which
has generously been placed at her dis
|>osal with the design of perpetuating
the destructive landlord system, and
for other improper purposes. This
i charge of Mr. Paruell's was met by
the emphatic deuial of some of the
inot distinguished prelates of both
the Established and Roman Catholic
churches in Ireland who bear willing
testimony to the fair aud impartial
manner in which the fund is distribu
ted. A few days ago the New York
Herald opened a subscription and its
editor bended the list with the prince
ly sum of one hundred thousand dol
lars. In this country whore dames
Gordon Bennett is known, it is enough
to know that lie becomes responsible
for the distribution of the money thnt
comes into his hands. Mr. Bennett
does not do things by halves and his
personal supervision is au earnest of
the satisfactory manner in which the
money will be used. But Mr. Parnell
has denounced this magnificent dona
tion as an advertising scheme. In
this last act of folly the gentleman
has surely overreached himself. He
lost many friends by his unwarranted
tirade against the Duchess of Marl
borough and in this diatribe ancnt the
editor of the Herald he has done
much to destroy that confidence in his
own integrity which is so esseutial to
the success of his mission.
THE writer of the Republican plat
form enunciated in Cameron's conven
tion at Harrisburg must he considered
the joker of the season, when he puts
forth tbe following as the sentiment of
the party which counted Florida and
Louisiana for Rutherford B. Hayes:
"Our Republican form of government
will be a signal failure when any polit
ical party can succeed in defying the
publio will as shown by the people at
the ballot box."
Tb scutiment is right—too serious
for a joke and in view of recent his
tory, both National and State, exceed
ingly out of place in such comical re
lation to a Republican platform. The
integrity of tbe ballot is too sacred to
be thus trifled with.
SENATOR WALLACE and hia com
mittee have lately been putting the
notorious Johnny Davenport through
another course of sprouts. It is amai
ing that any one should have been per
mitted to tyranize over the voters of a
great city like New York as this fel
low has been doing for years in the
interest of the Republican party. And
yet, our Republican friends have the
cheek to harp about free elections.
Tiik National Democratic foiniuit
tce will assemble in Washington on
the 26th of this month, and proceed I
to select a place and time for the hold
ing of the National Democratic Con
vention. The committee is made tip
Alitltania . W|( Fortify M*utb")tiii>ry
ArkMM* John L Hiiro tar If**t hjuitiKi
California.. F \lc<<|>pin Knn Fian(i<<>
II M llngli't ltMiVf r
Cnmctirut .....Win II Itanium ...Lima ID* k .
TV law ar a lUrLfiaoti lit* krnau l<rM i
FhffiU 4 Wllkinaon Call Ja<-k.ti%ilk 1
(ianriria UrorK* T Ham*** Augusta
Illiiioia ...William C Chicago
Imliann An* till II Ilroan lu<Jta iiapoliN
10aa... M M Ham IhjLti'jtif
Knnaaa hair K Lttou L*at*tiwortli i
Kentucky II l Mcllt-ory 11 art fori
LouUiatia It F Jorm* N• w Orl'-an*
Mama Edmund W flaoti Ttioniat<iti
MnrfUiitl Outrrhthlg** lloraey ...Burk*tUtlll<*
Mimrliiin tii Frnlerick O I'rince Ikmton
Mirblltttn Edward Kwnt*r fletroit
Minneaotn.M William Lm himvi MiniiH|*li
-51 ieiwi| |>i Filial lUikadal* Ja< kam
Mlaaaurt. ...... John (J PHxat... M huu
Nehaaaka.. Uanrx* L Miliar. Ornahu
Nevada ItnU-rt l Keating Hold Hill
New Hniii|rhire... Ahah W HulloWtsjr Krattklili
New Jer.-y Hom Ni'W llrutiswhk
Near York At>r<m 8 Hewitt... New York
N'ortL Carolina M W lUnaom Wrldon
Ohio John O ThompM.ii Colurtihu*
"rag On.. John \\ ItlVaker Plaaaant Hill
IVnnaylvania William I. Hcott Krt*
Kh-de Maud Nh hola* Van Myrk I'rofldrme
Smith Carolina Jamra II Hioti Wlntil>ni
Ten tines .....William It lUte Na-hville
T*xa* V 8 Ht<x kdala Indtaiiola
Vtsi>nt It It Finality IhuliiiKton
Virginia Kotxirt A Coghlll New Hla-gow
Weft Virginia .... Alexander Campbell Ih-thany
Wiaecmairi William F Vila* MvJlaon
W II Burnum Connerticut
Frederick O I'rlnre huaetta
XXI' ITIVX < ON MITT* I .
! William I! Baraum. John H Thompson,
| R<*, Wilhum L Hriitt,
I M W Ranaoin, William It Hut*-,
j 51 M Hani, F O Prim .*.
| A 8 Hewitt, John H I'ileat,
laaac K Eaton.
OUR neighbor of the Bellefonte Re
publican is in n had humor over the
course pursued by the delegates from
this county to the Republican Htate
Convention, and earnestly demands au
explanation. He charges them with
a flagrant disregard of the wishes of
the party in voting for instructions
for Grant. They did this in the face
of a ballot for President taken by the
committee which elected them, that
stood 22 for Rlaine, 4 for Grant and 1
i for Sherman. The gentlemen are duly
i wutnc* iLtkat their reasous for their
coursofjpUl be complete and satisfac
tory if lAeyVxpect future favors from
the party. The demand for an ex
planation seems reasonable enough in
the light of the facts stated by the
Republican, but the reply of, the
naughty delegates will probably he,
in the famous words of the late Boss
Tweed, "Well, what are you to
do about it?"
THE muu who is heroically drawing
Mr. Tilden's salary, at Washington,
woke up the other morning and to
his consternation discovered that he
hadn't appointed an Ohio man to
office for over a week. As soon as he
recovered from the astonishment onus
ed by this apparent neglect of the
patriotic people of his home, he prompt
ly looked about him with a view to
remedy the oversight—determined that
such things should uot IK*. His eagle
eye at a single glance lighted upon nn
appraisership in the New York custom
house—just the place for some noble
son of the Buckeye State —and lo ! in
a twinkling, John Quincy Howard,
" author of the life of President
Hayes," was hunted up and discovered
to be just the man to fill it. John
Quinry Howard, of Ohio, and "author
of the life of President Hayes," is nn
doubt a personal favorite with his
fraudulency and must of course Ik*
provided for, and thus we have another
line exhibition of civil service refotm.
" Ouly this, und nothing more."
THE Hon. William D. Kelley has
matured a plan for paying off the
greater part of the National debt in
twenty-seven years by yearly install
ments. It is intended as a substitute
for Secretary Sherman's refunding
proposition, and has been discussed
with considerable favor by the Com
mittee on ways and means of the
House. He proposes the annual pay
ment of $36,216,370 exclusive of in
terest, and claims that on his plan the
total cost to the government in that
time would be only $1,628,261,068, in
stead of $2,270,049,980, as on the
THE work of the Republican State
Convention may bo summed up as fol
lows : Grant aud the Unit Rule; for
Judge of the Supreme Court, Hon.
Henry Green, of Northampton coun
ty, by acclamation ; for Auditor Gen
eral, Hon. John Lemon, of Blair goun
ty, by a vote of 168 to 93 for J. A. <
M. Paeemore, of Sebuylklll county.
; Wrltl.-n fur th. rVi.tr- Dsfltocfst.
j on th. ocmii —no bright mam glh.ni
] OVr the foe. of the water. *> rmtlem and .Uep,
! All in huahe.l—even ceau*d la the .ea-guir. ..r-Miii
There hreuthe. In the air lint the |rell of .lee).,
| A .learner so .lately that naught could It lack,
[ Collie, freighted with hundred, of Immortal oul,
! Not one dreatn. of danger—yet It Inrk. In tbelr track,
j And I. fn.t creeping on them with each wave that
. It near, them—it .trikei with a thundering >ho k,
! Afflighted they wnk.u and elirtek in their fear—
I. the teuipekt upon llieui! No, they're .truck on a
for the fog hang, low where the ledgee rear.
Now the .hip I. a thing of life, It would .eem,
How it reel, .nd .liake., when It feel, the hard blow.
It .htidder. and <|uiver. in every I ram,
A. It. .trong .idee l.teak with a aounding throe.
Wild terror l.a. wired wjnie— and mute drepair
11.. M-tlled on other.; Come, death through the
Maat their hodlca nntornhed and unrofltned ret there.
No darling hand atrewlng love', flower, on their
1 "God have mercy"—from horror-.truck lip. alive—
i One plunge—and the ve.el .Ink. gurgling down.
In vain, In vain aro the heart-rending crtiw,
Oil ocean: cold ocean ! your victor) I. won :
! Von have .wallowed the youth, with their .unoy baJr,
I And the ag-d with link, of a .livery hue,
The man In hi. prime and tha matron fair
Sleep their long, la.t lcep. 'nealh your water, blue,
Vou have darkened the home, that were Mini with
-1 Vou have changed the laugh into hitter taar.—
tu have iruehed the bearta that were I-ouadliig
And blighted the hope, of coming yr. I* A. S.
Judge Acbwton is of the opinion that
| .tore order. do not con.tilute a wage* lien.
The totsl daily production of the oil re
■ gions per day during Jahuary was 60,00(1
One judge and four member, of the
Armstrong county bar have died with
i | in one yenr.
Saturday wan another big tobacco day
for I.ancaeler. Several Urmi received front
f j 60,000 to 100,000 poundi.
( The Pennsylvania Furnace, Huntingdon
] county, will .tart up a* eoon aa the I.ewin
• burg and Tyrone Railroad i* completed to
> | the latter place.
The liewepajatrg hsve taken up the prop
. osilion to remove the Theological College
j from Getty.burg to Harriaburg, and ap.
prove it heartily.
The UarrUburg car ahopa were reopened
. <>n Monday, and will give employment to
I 1,000 men. The .hop* had been'cloaed to
■ j make alteration*.
The cremation of the body of Miaa Hart
man, cif Pittsburg, at Washington, on
. Saturday, wa* the fifth cremation In the
: Lo Moyne furnace.
' The debt of liarruhurg U s*>>,Bs2 01.
i Thia leave, a margin of $118,671.39 yet to
. go on before the dept equal, the full "value
1 of the city'* real ac*et*.
' Oil City ha. a family compoted of twelve
* person, whone aggregate height ia a little
' more than seventy-two 'eel. Some of the
girl* of the family mea*ure over *ix feet.
Look Haven is to have a furniture facto
r ry. Citizen* of that place are also consid
ering a proposition to raise SIO,OOO or $20,-
' 000 to establish a box factory and a cigar
i and tobacco factory
At Wciasport, Pa., Urban Iloyer wa*
bitten by a dog, last summer, and has
i now been seized with hydrophobia. Two
, i little girls were bitten at the same time,
but thus far have shown no symptoms of
A man in Lawrence county whipped hi*
wife lccau*e she joined and persisted in
• attending the Methodist Episcopal Church
j against his will. Instead of having him
arrested, as she did, she ought to havegiv.
en him a dose of broomstick well laid on.
Mis* Butler, of Pittsburg, Pa., had
' ; looked for a man under her bed everv
i night for many years, and at last sbe found
not one there, but four. They wore black
masks, and left her bound "and gagged
. when they went off with the family plate
1 Bucks county claim* to have given to
( the Union army the youngeot oldier for
Pennsylvania. 'David Kleinman, now of
Denver, Colorada, but in 1861 pf Kpnng-
I Held township, Bucks county, enlisted
when eleven years old and servMi with the
Third Pennsylvania Reserves.
In removing a building in Washington,
Pa., known in the days of the stage coach
1 as the "Good Tavern," a number of old
' I coins were found. One silver coin i* dated
1778; two copper coins are dated respective
ly 1776 and 1 68 ; three United States cop
per coins are dated 1783, 1801 and 1820.
The Commissioner* ol Allegheny county
on Friday afternoon eaused to be paid to
i ; the Solicitor of the Pennsylvania Railroad
, ! Company (1,600,000, the amonnt ol their
claim for riot losses. The evening before
$3-V233.8'2 wa* paid to the Baltimore and
Ohio Company. Other claim* to be paid
In the United Stales District Court at
' Pittsburg, on Tuesday, the creditor* of
j Peter Herdic, of Williamsport, offered
objection* to his discharge from bankrupt
cy. Mr. Herdic charge* that, instead of
owing $1,(>00,000, he only owes $400,000,
; and that he will aoon be able to pay hi*
debt*. He further state* that his present
j appearance in court ia the effort of hi* law
yer* to blackmail him ; that they offered
to settle all sufls if-he would pay them
The following name* of Penntylvania
post-offices were changed during the last
week : Allegheny Bridge, McKeancounty,
to Kldred ; Kldred, Wayne county, to
; Boyd'* Mill*; Litis, Lancaster county, to
Liltu. Also the following change* in poet
master appointment* : Israel D. Barner,
Carroll, Clinton county; Wm C. Dotterer,
Chadd'* Ford, Dataware county; J ease
K. Dale, Dubois, Clearfield county; Cat
mm 8. Glendenin, Kberly's Mills, Cumber
land oounty ; K. V. Spackman, Luther*,
burgh, Clearfield county: Septimus B.
I.a bar, Marshall's Creek, Monroe county ;
Peter M. Bruner.Jr, Mount Nebo, Lancas
ter oountyj Falk James, Bute Hill, York
county | George B. Thomas, Thomasville,
TERMS: #1.50 per Annum, in Advance.
Two children died in New Cattle from
the effect* of eating candy.
The lower House of the lowa Legislature
has voted to submit a constitutional amend
ment making women eligible to the Legii
The seventieth birthday of Ole Bull, the
violinist, was celebrated at Cambridge,
Mass., on Thursday evening, bv a very
distinguished .surprise party, including
Professors Longfellow and Holmes.
During a squall, on Sunday afternoon
last, a schooner was capsized at Cheney's
I Cove, Grand .Marian, an island ofl the
northeast coast of Maine, and .John Nesbit,
Frank Robinson, John J.any, Mrs Lind
say, and Mrs. f-imeon Franklin were
drowned. They all belonged to Great
Richard Smith, of Pittsburg, ha* been
arrested at the instance of a very handsome
and wealthy young lady of Rochester, Rea
ver county, upon the charge of obtaining
money under false pretense*. She loaned
him $1,648 to go into business, which she
had thought safe after a courtship of three
years duration. Rut finding that the young
man avoided her company and had not
gone into business, she bad him arrested.
A large number of unemployed working
men assembled on the hand Lots, San
Fransisco, on Monday afternoon, where
they were addressed by Mayor Kalloch.
He gave them to understand "that within a
few day* Chinatown would be legally de
clared a nuisance, and that the work re
sulting from such a declaration would give
them employment. He counseled them to
refrain from any illegal off injudicious ac
tion until they heard from him again.
A dispatch from Dallas, Texas, says that
reliable advice* have been received there
I to the effect that Jay Gould and Colonel
j Thomas A. Scott, representing the Texas
and Pacific and the Missouri, Kansas and
I Texas Railroad, have purchased all out
i standing bonds and securities of the Dallas
and Wichita Railroad, which will be ex
j tended so as to connect with the Dennison
I and Pacific extension of the Missouri,
1 Kansas and Texas Railroad, thus making
| Dallas the terminus of the Missouri, Kan
: .as and Texas Railroad, and making the
i latter a competing line with the Texa.
j Central Railroad.
I On Thursday evening as the 6:14 ac
| commodalion truin from Milton, on the
; Calawissa road, going east, was passing
Hoffman's crossing ind nearing the West
Milton station, it ran into a two-horse sled
j containing nine young gentlemen and
j ladie, instantly killing' Mis* Sue Bennsge,
| who sat on the front seat, fracturing hor
! skull; breaking th left arm of John
| Sbedle and giving two severe flesh wounds
ito Thomas CreMwell. Shedle i* senseless
j and not expected to recover. The remain
ing jarty ecpod uninjured. One of the
horse* was alo instantly killed, and the
other so badly hurt that be had to be shot.
The party, merry with excitement, was
on it* way to a Sab bath-school teachers'
LAST WEEK or COCST.— The following
cases were disposed of in the Court of
Common Pleas of this county by His
Honor Judge Orvis and Aaaociate
Judges Divena and Franck, beginning
Monday, 1 eb. 9. up to Wednesday noon :
D. K. Tate vs. GustareLyon, mechan
ic's lien. Case settled and costs paid.
J. Keller Miller vs. Anna Cottle, me
chanic'! lien. Settled and costs paid.
Samuel C. McClellan va. J. 11. Holt,
action of debt. Judgment entered by
the court in favor of plaintiff for #590.-
77, with stay of execution until May J,
John I). Lieb's administrators vs.
Curtin, I-oeb A Co. .Settled and costs
James 8. Marsh vs. William Allison,
Jr. Judgment entered by the court
in favor of plaintiff for #136.25.
Henry Moyer vs. Aaron Lukenbacb.
Settled and costs paid.
Mary Snyder vs. Ira E. Snyder.
Judgment entered by the court in favor
of plaintiff for #240.30.
R. H. Wooley, for use of James Scar
let vs. A. 8. Valentine. Settled and
Jacob Sparr's executors, Ac., for use
of Margaret Sparr and Nancy H. Sparr
vs. Peter Rouble's executors. Verdict
for plaintiff for #1,327.32.
The Com. In rel., Ac., va. Adam R.
Barlow and Samuel P. Gray, surviving
heirs. Jury sworn and verdict for
plaintiff for penal sum ol bond.
Adam Swartt, Sr., vs. H. D. Van Pelt
and Howard Spangler. Jury sworn and
verdict for defendant.
AThoma* R. Hayes vs. Francis M.
Webb, executors of, Ac,, of Dinah M.
Adams. Jury sworn and verdict for
plaintiff for #186.07.
D. K. Tate vs. Joseph A Brother
Jury sworn and verdict for plaintiff for
Hoffer A Kline vs. Joseph Schneli and
George A. Bayard, overseers of the poor
of Bellefonte borough. Judgment en
tered by the court in favor of plaintiffs
for the sum of #694.14.
Sheriff's deed of John L. Spangler to
R. M. Magco acknowledged in open
court for property of R. G. Hock man,
Jaoob Roff, et. al.. va. William Wit
mer. Causa before the jury at lime of
going to press.