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BAULAXB il'Ai'J KJi.liV, Allegheny Street, llellefonte, I'a.
CPANB SPUING OPENING
BAULAND & NEWMAN'S
BEE KITE STORES.
We are now displaying at our DOUBLE STORE ROOMS the largest
and most complete stock of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, BOOTS 4 SHOES,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, TRUNKS, VALISES, &c., &e.,
That has ever been seen in BELLEFONTE, or in CENTRE COUNTY.
ALL OUR GOODS ABE MA It K El* l\ PLAIN FIG V RES.
MERCHANT TAILORING A SPECIALTY,
—AT POPULAR PRICES.—
OIR MOTTO IS— "OA'£ PRICE—THE VERY LOWEST—AM) AO MISREPRESENTATION:'
A LION'S SENSATIONAL ACT.
PBRrORMIXG lIIS I'ART I|VIETLV IN A I'llII.A
-lIEI.I'HIA THEATRE, lit'T BREAKING Ills
CAGE BARS AI'TKHU ARUS,
I'rom till) I'liilaiii'lpbi. Uncord.
A stitrtling incident occurred on Mon
day afternoon nt the New National
Theatre in Philadelphia, where the
Frank I. Frayno Combination were
playing in a sensational piece called
"Mardo, the Hunter." In the fifth act
Mirfo is accused in the presence of the
(irand Puke Alexis of being a Nihilist
and he oilers to procure from the collur
of a lion a paper winch will prove his
innocence. To make the play more
realistic and sensational a lion named
Nero had been procured from l'ore
paugh's Menagerie, and during the
whole play up to the time of his ap
pearance in the scene he was kept in
It is cage behind the scenery. He re
mained perfectly quiet at first, but as
firetrrns begun to be discharged on the
stage he became excited and growled
When the curtain was raised for net
fifth the centre of the stage was pccu
pied by a sloping platform about six
feet high. There was no protection on
either side, but in the front a wooden
railing ta-t up about four feet above the
boards. During the first part of the
act all this was hidden from view by a
curtain, but when the curtain was
dropped Nero bounded from behind the
acenes with a swift movement and lay
down with his nose between the wooyj
en bars. The animal was securely fas
tened by three heavy chaius which
communicated with his cage behind the
scene, but these were invisible to the
ntidience, who, supposing that Nero was
loose, cheered vehemently. The lion
"sniffed" at the noise, but lay quiet,
while Mardo (Frank I. Frayne) advanced
to the unclosed side, took off bis leather
collar and unfolded the paper it con
The curtain went down amid vocif
erous applause. The stagp at this mo
ment was crowded with actors and ac
tresses. Nero was led quietly to his
cage, ten feet liehind, by W. Thompson,
of Forepaugh's, who had him-in charge
during the day. Just at this moment
Fray tie's dog Jack, a large and ferocious
looking creature, came upon the stage
and approached the lion'a cage. As
soon as Nero beheld Jack he rose to
his feet and with a roar bit at one of
the iron bars, which snapped as though
it had been made of wood. Almost im
mediately a second bar was broken and
Frayne cried out, "My God ! the lion's
Instantly there was a general rush
from the stage. Several of the actors
and actresses rushed inp> the street in
their stage costumes and two women
tar. up-stairs, opened the window and
screamed for help. One of the men
fled to the box-office in the lobby of the
theatre and barricaded the door with a
table. The dog himself stood on the
defensive, hut before the lion had had
time to snap the third bar, which would
have given him liberty, Keeper Thoin|e
ion secured the chain which was fasten
ed around the animal's neck and pass
ing it through one of the bars at the
end drew it towards himself with all
his might, at the same time winding it
around his arm, Ity this means Nero'*
head was held so tight that his tongue
protruded from his mouth. A few mo
ments in this position was enough for
, Nero, who laid down and permitted his
rage and himself to be removed to its
proper position in the rear of the stage.
At the evening performance Jack
*as kept out of the way and Nero per
formed his part properly and then re
tired in a peaceable and becoming man
A flood Story, lint Very Old.
Irriß London Trlagrspk, March go.
I'uring the Crimean war Czar Xicho
' deigned to borrow vaat sums of
money of the wealthy Russian man as
'fries, und among others of the Pet
•berskaia Laura, a renowed cloister
°uilt over the Kiev Catacombs, which
as totally destroyed by fire only a fort
•ight ago. The patriotic fraternity of
fetsherskaia lent hia Majesty 5,000,000
roubles, for which they received a bond
'ntirely written with hia own august
i nd. When the Kmperor Alexander
'•'t vixited Kiev he took occasion to in
'Pect the famous Laura, which contain
*l inestimable treasures in the way of
documents connected with the early
mstory of Russia. The prior, deeming
occasion opportune for obtaining
payment of the loan granted tome
wenty years previously to hi* Majesty's
; futhor, extracted the boml from the
' jewelled casket in which it had been
i reverently preserved and handed it to
the Oar with a profound obeisance.
I Alexander pressed the parchment to hi*
I lips, exclaiming, "In thia jou possess,
j indeed, a treasure worth ten times the
I sum it represents," and gared fondly on
the lines traced by his lather's pen.
The prior's heart beat high with hope
; that his sovereign would keep the boml
and straight way ordain payment of the
loan, perhaps even of the accumulated
I interest on the original principal. To
: his crushing discomfiture, however, the
i Kmperor handed him the bond, ejacu
luting in a voice shaken by emotion.
\ "No, no. I will not rob you of this
priceless treasure. Keep it a* a thing
! iioly, of fur greater value than all your
j relics of saints and martyrs. It is my
! father's own handwriting—you have not
purchased it too dearlv !
Aeir - 1 dvertinemen ts.
I pOURT PROCLAMATION.
I \j WHEREAS, tha Hon. t harla. A. May r. Pra*l
j dent of tin* Court of f'>nimon PlNicof the'JMh Judicial
DUtrh t, rooointJiig "f tl>* rtmnUai of Cuolrt, tliht.-n
ami Clew* arid the Hon Samuel I'ranok and the
Hon John I'iveo*. A**'.'late Judges in Centre county,
I miring their precept, benrln* date ]lth<Uy<f
I February, to directed, fr holding a Omrl of
i Oy.r and Terminer and (I'lirml Jail Ik-livery and
. Quarter 8.--i'.|j* of the peace in Bellefoni#, fr the
count) of Centre, and to commence on the I'curth
| Holiday of April next, being the .' th day of April,
j I*n*o. and to continue t*u weeks. Motif e i hereby
| given to the Coroner, Juallce* of the Fence, AM-rmen
and Conataldea of ld county of Centre, that they lw
then and there in their proper |*-t aorta, at ito'clock
in tlie forenoon of wid flay, with their record*, inqui
sition*. ex ami nation*, and their own remembrance*,
to do thoee lhingf which to their office appertain* to
lie done, and th*e who are Unind in recognizance* to
pmeerut# against the pri<M>ner* that are or shall be in
the jail of Centre county. Ie then and there to proae
j cut" again*t them a* shall be iu*t.
Given under my hand, at BoUafont*. the ]*t day of
April, in the year of oar U>nl IHIW, and the one
hundred and third year of the Independence of the
j United Rtatea.
14-lt JOHN ffFANGMCfl,.Sheriff.
>TOTICE is hereby given, that the
* following named persons hare ff|*d their peti
tion* for lirensc in the Office of the Clerk of the Court
of General Quarter Session* of the peace in ami for
Centre comity, a that application will be made at
the next Sewlow of said Court to grant the same
j W. ?. Mowr H Tavern ilillhHrii Bnro.
, John K-iimelale do I'hilipshurg B-n.
Henry Robh, do WlkiT township.
J<>nathtn Kreamer r . <lo Millheim Boro.
Jaiuea Paaaniore, do. I'hiliphitrg IV.ro
James Matley, Sal -.n do do.
J<>hn Anderson, Belle• funic Boro.
lbtr#ll Garman, Tavern do t|o.
I David J Meyer, do I'.dter t<*rnhip.
John Il Odenklrk. .. do do. do.
} Perry II Ptn*ff do. Penn township.
j (let. L Bl.>- kf'rd,— Saloon, IU llefr.nte B>>r •
| Kdnard Brown,. Tavern, do, do.
Ootleib llaag • do Spring townhip.
Joel Kling, Jr do. .. Marlon town*hlp.
Frederick Smith...... Fating lloa*e. Belief..nie Boro.
D. CI. Rtisli.. -....Tavern, Ilellefonte Bnro.
If .C. V-ager -a.. Kating llou*e . Ilellefonte Boro.
George Miller,.- Tavern, Gregg township.
C A Faulkner,. d ' I'hilf |hiirg floro.
Hol.ert Lloyd do. do. do
llervey Witharight, lating llooae r .enow Rhoe twp
Alois Rohlbocker,....Tavern,...... Bogg* township.
Jeffrey Hayes do. ..... Rush township
D. II Rnbl,. do Potter township.
R. V. Shaffer,. do Howard Botu. •
W.R.Teller do. ......Ilellefonte Horn.
j fthodrach Hteffeydo Ferguson twp.
| Peter Welter Saloon Philipsburg Born.
John G. Uxtle, Tavern ffn'w Shoe.
: 14-41 J C. lIA RI'KR, Clerk.
lETTERB of Administration hav.
J Ing Iteen grantel to the undersigned tin the eatate
ofOKORGK RHOADS, deceased, late of the township
ef tyring, Centre county, all persons Indebted to said
#•• are requested to make Immediate payment
and sll person* having claim* against said dewnel
will present them duly atithenllcated for pa>merit.
14 fft GKGRGK R. 11l (HIM. Administrator.
Orphans' Court Sale.
Y>Y virtue of an order issued out
A3 of the Orphan*' Court of Centre county, there
will le expoeed at public sale at the Court House, In
Saturday, the 17th of April, 1860,
at 2 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following peal
Two lota of ground situate in jtha Bor
ough of Ml hrg, Ih. property of Aaron Part.r
aga daraoaad, known in th* plan of additional lot. of
town by No*. 4 and ft, InmM on lb. nortb by
■n .Dry on Ih. w>nth by laoda of Brorar A Cook, on
th. —t by Mill Hrtrt, and on tl, wart fronting on
111. turnptk. Uaulinn from ItrlUfont. to Mil—bur*.
On lot No. 4, there are TWO 2-STOKY
llWlLllXll IIOl'SES; on* of th.m a dnohla boa—,
fronting on Mill Mr—t: tb othra dw.lllng bouaa.
fronting on Hi. turnptk., ami in Ih. an. building
a war. bona, and a .tor—mm.
On let No. 6, there ig ONE 2-STOBY
DUELLING HOI;MB in good condition and all oUi.r
Tuna or tali —Ona half of pnrrhaa. mnn.y on
confirmation of —l*, and th. balane* In on. yanr to ba
a— itrtHft by bond and mortgage on tb. pramtaaa.
K. H. OARR,
S" ASe'rgt Aim ftwrmumu,dwM.
4 FARM containing Fifly Acre*,
n i, h .vJ. n .tr!'" r r ,n • TWO-htorv
BRAMR KI ILMNO and ont bnlldinga. Tltla good
Inquire of A. J A T R ORIRnT,
*- ,f Cnlonrlllo, Contra coanly, T*.
WITHOUT KNIFE, and in most
▼ ~ rnao* without pain. Apply to
C. #TP. ridllKß. aml.bM„,
Sew . I dvertlscinent*.
is hereby given that flic
Is Account of IS\\< MiI.MR. Committee of K.
M. TIIOMAB. A I. Una tic, lute of the Rorotiich of mile
fotil t l*r<*awl. It a* IwAit in tli offftt *• of Ote |*ro
th..notary of tit* t'ourt of Common I'lr** in aii<! for
Centre county. aiml that lh* al.l Account will lie |ire-
M'litcsl for • otifiriii.ition At fhf next term of *ail court
1-1-4* J ( lIAnrKR. I'rothonourv
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Arrdititil of J I). Nf|t <i);HT. Awlgnre of Jon*
ft mi*, ha* Imm-ii filial in the office- of the- I'rothono
t*i v ■( ii.e Omirt ofOmrAkni n• - InmmlfbrOratf*
county, hp. l that Application wjli hr ma>l.* At th* next
t-rtii of t'oiirt for tin- con fir nut t ion of th* flame.
13-4* J. C. lIAIIPER, ProthntkoUry
1 LEXAXDER & CO.,
sA HRI.I.EKONTE, PA ,
Knowing of the wsnt long felt by fnrni
.•m of ItAvintc a pi ach at hh It, And responsible tAttie*
frun whom, they ran purchase H kin.l* of Implt
menu inl hy them, and At which thnr cu alwnya
find a full eapplv of rqi*ir. *• liav* concluded to con
nect with our 1.1 MK and CuAl, l.tiainea* hii
At which *#• will alway* U prepared to furnUh any
thing tliAt a farmer may want in the hape of Affrirnl
turml Implement*, *ucb a* Thre*hem and Msqwratora,
to le run by liurw power or *team. Clover llullerw and
Cleanem, llareetera, Comtdn--d Reaper* and Mow era,
or *inkle Ma. hine*. Grain !rtll, with or without F-r
-tilirer Attachment*. Ilay and Grain RAke*. F1 .w* Har
row *, Ctiltixa'c'r*. Corn Flants-r* htmw and F<xller
Cutter*, the CKLEBRATRD OiNKLIN AND CURT-
I. AND WAGON", the |m-m in the market, together
with everything In the ahape of an Implement that a
farmer may want.
We will purchase all kind* of
GRAIN 6c CLEAN SEEDS.
• t mark'. pri-M . fnrul.li fairnT- *ilh Plutor, Artlft
rUl r-rtlllrors Grain. Griwa an-t (Janlrii ao l
will fill orxl-ra for fruil and Omaiumtal Tra<.
Wr mamifarluro lh BEST I.IME IN TIIK STATE
for A(rtrultural aiul Mechanical
Wd krrp our CO AI. VARD STOCKED with tlir lwt
A V Tlllt ACI TK CO A li.
And aril th asm* at tlw t/IWRBT MARKET prlcro
If anjr pann wanta anrlliin, in nnr Una. ami <• do
nut hara It, wa will nrdar It for him and It will
onljr rnat him tuanufa. turar'a prlc#.
Call at oor storr. (o HanpCa Building. np)>,>aitr lha
Buaii llnnar. nror Drpot, and in pilra for what v u
want. [S-11-tf.] AI.RX ANDKR A ol>.
THE ONLY CURE
For Oiabrtet, Gravrl, Dropty, RrighCt Din
mar, I'itin in the Unek, Inability to Httain or
Hjpet the t nne.t atarrh of the Hleuhier, Burn
ing or Painful Urinating, Brick I hut heprmt,
Affections oj the iSpine, AVrvota l)eb\hty, Fe
male Weakness, and all Ihseases of the
KldneyH, Bladder and Urin
It aaolda INTERNAI. mrdhlnaa. la rorwfnrtahla n
tha iwliant. Orulu In IU nlfact, and CI KIM whan
nolhlng )'Ua ran Arrdrl all othrr Kinaar I'ana, aa
many wrrrthlaaa imitation* am Mo, forraal npon tha
markat. Wa will aand certlflratoa of curaw, and nnr
hook, "llow a Ufa waa farad," fra* upur tha rara.pt
of your whlraaa.
DAY'S PAD •- *>ld try Drug,fata, or annl hy
mail on raralpt or prtaa, (2.00.
F. POTTS GREEN,
WHOI.RSALR AGENT FOR CENTRE COI KTT
(Centre County Fttrmorn' Homo.
BUSH T HOUSE.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Improrad Sui ting and Mraful llnatlara. txiw Rparial
luiaa for juryman and Wltnaaaaa (Taanllnaaa, Com
ftirt and Tahla Cnalcallad.
agalnat lha Produrara of oor Food, than whom nona
ara mora worthy, or mora anUtlad to at lan Hon Tha
Buah lion-a baring orar thraa tlmaa tha raparlty of
tdhar hotala, thara to no nremdon or diapoaitlon to
plara tha gnawU In attic rooma Thl. aarouuta for Ita
growing I -oral Tra la. Wa d.. not truat your Horaaa to
Uia rara and profit of pari la* dl.ronnn.Ud with tha
bout. Ift-tf.l J. U. MVRRS. Pn.pri.tor
MON EY To Loftn at 6 p® r ct.
RV Till Mt'Tt'Al. LIPK INRUR*
ARCS fX), OF NEW YORK, on 11 rat mortgwga, on
Improrad form nroparty. In an ma not lam than fa.OOO,
and not agcaodlng ona-thlrd of ibt prra.nl ralua of
tha proporty. Any portion ot tha principal nan ho
paid "If at nny Hma, and It haa l, n tha ruatom or tha
oomtmny to pormlt lha principal in ramoln no long aa
tbo Irorrowar wtahaa, If th# Intaraat to promptly paid
CHARLKS P. (HERMAN, Aitnmay-at law,
ft'JT Oourt t.raat, R-ading. A.
or fo PAVID I. KLINE, On.', Apprslaw,
GOLDSMITH,HTKI.V .1! IIKXTKII,AU,„hr„ strrH, OGUfonO, f„.
■ CALL AND JUDGE FOR YOURSELF!
THE PHILADELPHIA BRANCH
Of 26 Third Street,
ONE PRICE CLOTIIHG HOUSE,
ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.,
LIAS OPENED A.
STOCK OF 1 CLOTHIIiTa
Such as has never been seen in Bellefonte, which they will
RETAIL AT WHOLESALE IPT^ICIEJS.
TilK PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED TO CALL AND EXAMINE THE STOCK.
The motto is, "ONE PRICK TO* EVERYBODY."
SAMUEL LEW IN, Manager.
* A. STERNBERG WILL BE FOUND AT THIS STORK. •
Harry K. Hicks, Hardware.
[Successor to T. A. HICKS A RRO..]
HARDWARE, SADDLERY, OILS,
| PAINTS AND STOVES. \
EVERYTHING AT BOTTOM PRICES!
TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Allegheny Street, BELLEFONTE, PA. South of Diamond.
I LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
W-ljr i I.KARFIKLD. TA.
W A. MORRIBON.
"" I ATTORN BY ATI. AW.
OfHr" InWunlrißf'i Rl>rk,np|Ni|p lUCourt Hon*#.
Constitution In KiijilUh or OMmb. 2-ly
c. T. ALtX tVMII. C. M. BOU
ALEXANDER A BOWER,
■A W ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
BeltofooU, P*. t msy I* ronanltdHl in Kngli*h or o*r
mwn • fT\ m m 'Urmn' Building 1-ly
iAIM i, Bl4?n. J. VULKT OlflilT.
BEAVER A GEPHART,
ATTORN EVA AT LAW,
Oflk nn Allegheny ilroet, north of High, Bolle
f mte, Pa, |.i|
• ATTORN BYATLAW,
l.aat tout In the left In the Conrt BMW, S-Iy
• ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Ofltr* on Allegheny fltrnwt Aiatb •!<!• of Lfoo't
TORN BLAIR LINN,
*9 ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offlr* Allegheny Street. oter Ptnl Oflba il-lj
T L. SPANGLER,
•" • ATTORN BT-ATL AW.
RELI.EPONTE. CENTRE COUNTY, PA.
Special attention to Collection.; practlcee Id >ll th*
I Cnnoiiluilorisln H. rm.n E (Huh. My
t. ■. MCKktT. ' CTkl'l OODDOK.
YFURRAY A GORDON,
Will attend Ih# Belief,, n |* Court* nben ape. laity
employed. _ My
„ _ LOCK HAYEK. PA.
All hoalneee promptly attended to. My
WM. P. MITCHELL,
LOCK HAYEK, PA,
Will attend lo all work In Clearfield, Centre ami
Office oppoolte Lork Ilaran National Rank. 20-1y
• ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office la Conrad Iloiiee, Allegheny atreel.
Special attention glren In tha collection nf claim*
All huaineaa attended to promptly. Sl-ly
w. a. watxaca. p. i. iuu.
WALLACE A KREBS,
" " ATTOENEYB-AT LAW,
Will attend and try cantea at Bellefonte whan apa
dally retained. ].|y
T " ATTOENEY-AT LAW,
AH hualnoM promptly olten.le.l to l-ly
lAR. J. W. RHONE, Dentißt,can
*/ beJbnnd at hla office and rwddenoe on North
" *-* ■-* -
TAR. JAS. H. DOBBINS, M. D.,
AA physician and svboeoe.
OSlra Allegheny St., or or Felgler'a Dray Store,
®- |J ffBLLRFONTR, PA.
(iroeeries and Prorislons.
We have given very close and
earfful attention to the se/eetion of
goods for the Spring Trade, and
feel justified in faying that our
present Stock cannot be excelled
either m regard to Variety, (Quali
ty or J'rice, and we doubt if it in
equaled in either of these respects
by any house in Centre county.
There are too many leading ar
tides iu our stock to make special
mention of them all, but caU atten
tion directly to a fete items that are
now being souqhi after every day.
Mackerel are of good quality this
season and are selling rather faster
than usual at this season of the
year. Wis have been selling noth
ing but full weights —so lt>. of fish
in each quarter barrel and 100 m.
in each half barrel. They have
better value for the money than
Ijakc Herring and White Fish
are x<ery fine this season and sell
Our Sugar-Cured Hams, Dried
Beef, Breakfast Bacon and Cheese
are all worthy of special mention.
Oranges and lemons are very
fine and the price loxc enough to
to bring them into every day use.
But the price on these goods xcill
be much higher in a shod time.
Our Meat Market, next door to
our Grocery room, is always well
supplied with the choicest meats.
He kill the best Beef, Mutton and
Veal that ran be found; dressed
in first-class style and serned to
customers in the neatest, cleanest
Groceries and Provisions.
Xo house in (he Grocery and
Ih-orision business in Bellefontc is
prepared to supply all the wants of
the family so well as xce ran do at
SECHLER & CO.
Bush House Block, Beliefonte, Pa.
THE BEST OFFER YET.
A Good N.wapaper >1 Cheap Rat*. and t nußhtt of
Good Book. Into lh lUrr.lo A Copy of Wanutar'a
Lor*. Qoarto Dicttoowj ud utber Indaceueot. to
THK WEEKLY PATRIOT
It ■ jour n.I derated to UUrat.re, Agriculture, Poll-
Ik*, Sri wn and Xew. It gltm oil th new. of tb.
work In enndenaed form. P-nnayleaala now* it •
•facial futon. Cork nutntor contain. . completed
•lory, Marled po.tr?, wit nod tawror, artlelm for tb.
fornix, mechanic nod bonae-wlfe, report. of market!
editorial, on current topic. nnd gonrral aHarallaay
Price ti.oo per annum.
RPRCIAt. INDI CICMrfTlt FOR IIMI.
Erry new euhwrlber to tb. Wmil Pa rater who
will tewd o. Two Dollar, (tab In adeaare, aad erecy
old aaHarrlber wbo will pay hi. arrurt aad und Two
Dollar, la addition, will rutin aaa copy of the
Wttttr P.ratnr hr owe yur and a cwpy rf tarkd
the ataadard aorela, "Jan. I£yr" by Chartottmßmate,
aad "Daniel Deronda" by Uaorg. RIIM, putage pre
paid on paper aad book.-
Tea coptu of Wttattir Par. tor a* yur to on.
P. O, aad an alegaaUy boand ropy of "Imi
prlrr.'. Clew leal Dtctkoaory" to dabptbr.-lli M
Fifteen oonlu of Wmir ftttwt an. yur to
on. p, ft and an llln.tt.ted copy of "Macao
lay'e llwtcry of England' with way, In I
tola., .Mb, to clnk pittir— — 22 Id
Twenty onpie. of Wutlt P.raMT on. yur to
one P. o. Nad a copy of (nut illu.n.i-1 dt
tlon of Worrnter'e Qoarto Dfcttoaary (pah-
IbbH.' price Mo ot) to rial y.ltw M 00
Thua ratot in atrfctly aaah la adraao*. Ramit
laacta thoaM be by P. O. Amy nrdat.
Bur Par.tor, IT.OO per unan.
Addtww, PATRIOT FCRLWUXG (X>,
S tf Haattwraa. Pa.
1 '>*f/ (iOO&h ami <1 rot-trie*.
SIKIMO STRKKT, BKLLKFONTP., PA.,
Hare their countor* and shelve* filled with
f BANKRUPT RATKS
Purchased at - BANKRUPT KATKS
WHICH THEY OFFER AT
_ _ Notion*, Ac.
BOOTS and SHOES
BOOTS and SHOE.*a at verT low price*.
BOOTS and SHOES
HATS and CAPS
Lateit itylea of HATS and CAPS
HATS and CAPS
Carpet Bag*, ,
Com jailing .eery thing that can I* found in a fir.t
BPEINO BTRKET, . . BELLE FONTE, PA.
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STATE NORMAL SCHOOL
(Eighth Snrtnnl School Ditfricf,)
LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON CO., PA.
A. N. RAI B, A. M., Principal.
r piIIS SCHOOL, as at present con
atltntad, offer* th. eery bait tacUitim for Pro
femiona! and Classical learning.
BalMlac. *i*cioo*. inviting and commodious ■ com
pletely beat*! by steam, a.II ventilated. and furnish
ad aith a Uinalifai suj.pl, ef j.ur water, adt .prior
taxation Wtllbfnl Mid nut of ui n ma.
Surrounding scenery uasarpaseed.
Teurhrrs experienced, efficient, and alive to tbr.r
Dte.l|.llos, (Inn and kind, uniform and thorough
Ei |m audmu.
runt, a .nk (fedaction to those preparing to
Students admitted at any time.
Courses of study jmacribad by the Btat.: I. Mod.l
School. 11. Preparatory. 111. Elementary. IT. Sci
I. Academic. H. Commercial 111. Mnmo. IT. Art.
Tba Borneo la., and Scientific coarse. an Fro
tewalonal. and atndenl* graduating therein receive
State Diplomas, conferring th. following and rotTaa
poodlng degree. Ma.fr of Ibe Elements, and Matter
of the Mem. (i.adnata. In the o.her coatee* reoelee
fformal CertlSralea of tbetr attainment*. stgsti l.y
The Prufrealnnal ronraea are liberal, and ert in
thoroughness not Inferior to ib.we of our baat collages.
The Stela require* u higher order of ciUaewship.
Th. lime, demand It It la oae of tba prim, alberta
of thl ttchool in fe*|p to anrarc It hy fm-nihing loUl*
lignut and efficient for here for her ecbooi* To tbta
and It eollrlte young persona of good abilities and
good purposes—three who de.fr. to Imp-on their
Urn. and their talents, a* atudeat.. To all auch It
promisee aid lo developing tbetr power, and abundant
opportunities for wall-paid labor after laaelag arkool.
Tor catalogue and term* addles, the Principal
bo* an or rirma*:
Stockholder*'Truatee*—J 11. Bartoo, M. D., A. H.
Barn. Jacob Brown. S. M. Blokford, Samuel Chrbd, A.
N. Banh. a O. Cook. T. 0- Hippie, . 0. KlntMag,
E. P. McCermlck. Baq ,W. W. Keskla. John A Robb
stale Trustee*—lion. A O Curtis, Hon H. L IHrf
fealwrl. lien Jew Merrill. Hon William Bigtar, J. C.
C Wbaley, 8. Miller McCartnlrk. E*q.
Hon WIM.IAM BIOLEB, President Oerfteld, Fa.
(lea. J ESSE M KRRI 1.1.. T. President, Lock lUven, Pa.
S MILLAR McCOKMICK. Secretary,
THOMAS TARDLKT, Treasurer. "
Boardia< abA D*jr School tu Tmii LbAlm
aad Littlo Caildroa.
BKCOND AND LOCUBT BTBEKTB,
macular term will I regis SEPTEMBER l(h NCS.
Ooarae of rtudy—Hemic and ScleatiSc, with Mueto
Board aad tuition from Hv> lo S3SO a year asd ao
Fur Circular* aad all desirable Information add re ,
A I*l* disabled Soldiers and heirs of
XXdarmaad SoMkn who died from coaseuesaw.
fFt *ta eauUed ta PRNkloh*.
NO ABB BAM allowed after JOLT 1, 1M. Send
•tamp. for MI Instruction* la all ktai. of BohW
•I. H. BYPHKRD A CO., Pmiim At##.
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