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Thursday Morning, March 31,'1881.
CoßßKuroMftKivci, C 'liUlnlng Important ii*wa,illclt*
od from auy part of tin* unt>. No ronmiuiilratioiM
tn'rUHi unlt-M CCOIII|UN ly 11* iul t*ain *f il
Democratic County Commlttoo.
The following person* have been named
a* members of tho Democratic County
Committee for 18*1.
Bollrfonts, W. \V XI, liolss Rwldln*.
BrlN-louto, N. W Chsrlxs Achrs'tar.
Milretbuig O. I'. Krnnmt r.
MillhHm I> I*. *"l*.
Unitn* 11 It- Toiler L*atli(r*.
II wni.l tiror#" WUUr
rhllij-iburg A. J. Hr*li*ni,
lb nnrr Rov..
JmuM A Mvl lain.
Colleg,. Jm.it lls'tturf.
F<rffuon, obi JohuT. Mit'ormlck.
Fertfunt'ii, iitw Milrw Wlkr
Ore#®, •outli Henry Kruuirin.*, Br.
HreK*. north Jxniwi Duck.
II vifui >ll John Ward.
a. Solomon Ktfllttgfr,
II II rid Jlui A.
• I -ward John A. Duitkle.
lltißtou Ib nry IUU.
Liberty W. 11. (Urdtier.
Marion Perry Condo.
Mil.* *nHitifl K F*ut.
I* it ton Joliti Heed
Prnn Christ Alexander.
Potter, north John Miannon.
T> Iter, aoutli Jmen MtfCHutlck.
Snow AIH-I Campbell.
Spring John Noll.
Taylor Willum Catderw xnl.
Union 8. K Kitten. k.
Walker \M row McMnllen.
Worth* Marshall I.ewU.
B'llefonte, pa., F. h. I. ('hairiuan.
REMOVAL.—Wo desire our friend* to
notice that the office ftf the Ckn i its. Dim
0< BAT ha* bven reniovtd from tiio Bu-h
House Hlock to the building on tin- North
West corner of Allegheny and BHli"p
streets. Office on the second 11-or; en
trance on Allegheny street. We have
pleasant quarter* and will b<- pleased to
have friends and patrons call to see us.
NOTICE.—I call the attention of the
public fact that I again have my
office in tho parlor* of the old Conrad
House, just opposite the Brockerhoff House,
where I shall bo glad to meet with all
persons having legal business to bo attend
ed to. D. F. F'BTSKV.
—The last day of March.
—The new moon ap;>cftred on Tuesday.
llarrv <re,-n * cigar* should become
an indispensable article to every smoker.
—The grass looks green and beautiful on
iC'tsie of the lawns about town where the (
snow has disappeared.
—T., 11. and 11. stand for Tar, Hon ;
and Bloodroot (Green's, of course), the J
be*t cough remedy in the market.
—Don't dispciuo aith underclothing yet,
but buy some that is exactly suitable to
the sea on ut the Philadelphia Branch.
■■—Trout fl.hing season begins to mor
row. When you go fl-hing take a huif
dozen of Harry Green's cigars in your
—Rumor say* that a thousand ton* of ,
coal per day will be run o\> r the Bella
fonte & Snow Shoe branch ot the 1% nnji
vania railroad during this summer.
—Last Sunday night a monster whale
wa* carried through Altoona on it* way to
Philadelphia to be places! on exhibition.
It weigh* *o,ooo pound* and ha* a mouth
fourteen feet long with a breadth of six
—The regular monthly meeting of the
Temperance Union of Bellafonte will be
held this ovening in the Young Men's
Christian Association room. There should
be a large attendance of tho friends of
—The Normal Class, which hat Iwen i
meeting in the A". M. C. A. room during
the winter, held its concluding session last
Monday night. These gatherings have
proved so instructive that arrangement*
were made to renew them next winter,
which we hope they will be successful in
—Tho National Guard of Pennsylvania
has a freah feather in its cap since return
ing from Washington. The six thousand
citizen soldiers who took part in the grand
parade attracted universal attention. If
all the members are as fine looking as those }
of Company B, this place. n<> wonder they ;
are admired. There's Doc Geissinger and
Charley Schroeder, for instance.
Weil informed persons think that the :
recent assassination of the Czar forebode*
evil to Russia. It would be almost impos
sible for an event to occur so detrimental
to the intercuts of Bellefontc as the Czar's
death is to the Russian realm, unless the
great grocery store of Sechler A Co. should
cease to ell the splendid groceries for
which it has so long been famous. Such a
calamity would be awful.
—A fire broke out in the ba*ement of
tke Stale College building on Tuesday
night of last week, but wa* extinguished
before it had gained much headway. It
wa* in cloae proximity to the oil tank, and ,
if it had reached that conservator of In- '
flammable liquid the glorious institution !
known as State College would have gone
to meet IU sister asylum at Danville. We
are glad that huge building did not become
a prey to the flame* and hope it will resist
every other attack a* successfully.
—The curbstone markets will begin next
Saturday morning, April 2. The weather
has now become warm enough to enable
the farmer* to spend an hour in the |xm
air without danger of freezing to death,
and if they have anything they desire to
tell they are invited to bring it to
market next Saturday morning, wbcre
they will doubtlaes meet many person* who
| A LADIKA' rAMAl>l.—Tho earthly
j heaven for Indie* is a dry good* and notion
store tilled with a fresh stock of beautiful
good*. That place can now he found at
the Hoe Hive store*. .Mr. J. 11. Ihiutnnd,
who ha* a* much taste in selecting suitable
and desirable fabric* for ladies as Worth
show* in manufacturing them into cos
tumes, hu* just returned from a successful
trip to the city, bringing with him a stock
surpassing anything of the kind ever be
fore brought to Ilcllefoiite. Ladies, if you
want to dress better than ever before, buy
your spring dress good* at the lice Hive,
ML'MU'AI. ANNot NCKMKNT. —Tho date
of tho concert to be given by the Belle
fonte Orchestra In connection with Mi**
Onmacht's music class ha* been Used lor
Tuesday evening, April 2<l, occurring on
the tlrst week of court. The time ha*
been repeatedly postponed, hut the date
now selected, apart from the superior ac
tractions of the concert, will aid much in
making it a success.
—ln addition to the numerous candi
date* already mentioned for the otflcn of
County Superintendent of the public
schools, we are authorized to add the
naino of John Mason Duncan, of Hello
fonte. Mr. Duncan i* an accomplished
j scholar and ha* had large experience a- a
teacher, lie certainly |**esse* all the
qualification* neectsary f->r the position,
and under hi* supervision and care the
schools of the county would undoubtedly
be in excellent ha..d*.
—\\ e forgot to Say la-t Week, ill behalf
of our fro nd, Mf. 11. F Hunter, of Ben
ner township, that tlie rumor current a lew
weeks ago that lie would be a candidate
: r Shcritr this fall wa entirely will, ut
authority from him. Mr. Hunter will
not under mil < ircum-tame* |>ortiol the
u•• • I iii- name in that ■ •■ni.cclion. He .-
not and will n<>t he a , undidate for ■ l!i •
tins fail end .• desire* i,i* many friends
throughout the county to understand.
One day In-t w - k -w forget the dat<
—fsriow Siioe wii* vi-ited by a distinguish
ed party of gentlemen, iicluding H -n. Al
lison White and Mr. Rorwitid, of the firm
of lt.-r wind, White V ('■> , I'hiladelphin
Edmund Hlanihard, K | , and Mr. Charh -
Mctall, rly, of ihi* place; Judge t.'harh *
A. Mayer, of I- , k Haven, ar.d A- ia'.e
Judge Kranck, of IH-bcrsburg. Tho ob
ject of the vi-it , to in-pe, t the mining
property, at liiut p aie, < f who li Ih-rwind,
White A Co. are the lessor-.
It i* proja-'-l i organize a Life In
surance Company at It •b-r'hurg with the
following , ffi., r* and directors, ail of!
wh. ru are g<*d men President, H<-nrv
M' jer : \e e l*reident, A M. Hater :
S -cietary, (' I, liramh-y : Treasurer, A
\. C'orinsn ; (ieneral Agent, T. -M Grsm
hyj Medical Direi tor, Dr. Itright. Di
re. tor*, Lucien It--ush, J Morris,.! H
Utiftnydcr, Jerome Speiglemver.
—The In-coming train*, during the p**t
week, have been Ailed with lumbermen
returning from a rafting excursion down
the river, which i now quite high under :
the influence of the annual pring flood.
Hut there is always a flood of persons
entering the grot ery store of St* hler A ' I
of thl* place, ami they always return well
satit-ficd with tho fine grocerie* purchased.
Valentine*' are selling carpets at less I
than city prices. They have just received j
a large assortment of samples of the latest j
styles and patterns, and as they do not
have tr* carry an old stock of carpet* they
can sell cheaper than any one else. In- .
grain carpet* from .10 cent* upward and !
Brussels from 80 cent* upward Call and
A smoke houie on the premises of
John F. Potter, Esq., of this place, caught !
lire ami went up in a blaze at noon on
on Thursday. Both fire companies were |
promptly on the spot, but found their 1
servicew unnecessary. The meat which it
contained wa* not moth damages).
Listening to the "voice* of nature"
one may note that green com is a little
husky. Ho that as it may, you can keep
your voice from getting husky by the
timely use o! Green's Syrup of Tar, Honey
—The evening service in the Episcopal
church will begin at 7:30 o'clock next
Sunday, instead of " a* heretofore. At
the morning service the Holy Communion
will bo administered.
-—The regular monthly meeting of the
Young Men's Christian Association, next
Sunday afternoon, will be conducted by
Rev. 8. E. Furst, o# tho Lutheran church.
—Valentines' additional rooms havo
added very much to their convenience. It
give* plenty of opportunity to examine
Meeting* of an interesting nature have
been held continuously in the African M.
K. church, of this place, since that build,
ing was repaired.
Mothers, we are now ready for you.
Boys, our spring and summer school, play
and dress suits are now all in. The larg
est assortment ever exhibited. Extra
patches to each suit. Silk handkerchief*
in each coat, of the celebrated Stem, Adlor
A Co'* make, of Rochester, whose reputa
tion in this line stand* flrit In the United
Hints-*. To be bad ottly at the popular es
tablishment of* 8- & A. Loan.
—Spring woolen* now ready. Early
order* solicited. Money saved.
19 ;f JIOXTOOKSSY & Co., Tat'ora.
Port;i.ak Personal*. Mr. Edmund
Hlmichiird is beautifying tho exterior of
hi* ronidi'ioMi with fn-i-h pit int.
,—Col. \V. W. Drown has la-en failing
very rapidly during the pnt week. Yes
terday morning ho wa< in n very
condition, ilo in slaying Ht the residence
of Ilia brother-in-law, .Mr. Joihua Mitt-h
--ell, of Milerburg.
Mr. William Horns, of lioutzdale,
appeared in town lust Friday night to
remain about u week. lie i* much pleased
witii Houl/.dnle as u place of residence and
with coal mining as an occupation.
Hon. Henry Dopp, of Ml. Eagle, [>sv
us a friendly call on Friday of Inst week.
He is an obi resident of the county and at
one time was an Associate Judge of the
county courts, which honorable office he
tilled with great credit to himself ami
acceptability to the public.
—"We acknowledge a pleasant call lt
week from Hon. John Diven, who wears
tho crmino of Associate Judge so grace
fully at each session of the county court.
Francis .Spoor intends to start a select
school inGrungi-r Hall, near Pleasant 'lap,
in about two weeks—at b-a-t, as soon n
the scarlet fever di-Hp|ieafs to some extent,
lie is well qualified and will make art ex
Mr. Hiram Hofl'cr, of Philipsburt'
tarried in town for a short time m>t week
lie looks as natural as life.
Miss Ib-ila Kankin, of Bonis Ini rg, vis
it-d 10-r cousin of the same name in this
place la-t we< k.
Mr. W S Morrison,of Port Matilda,
expect* to begin a select school at that
place on the -j.jth of April.
Mr. ('. <' /.eigh-r, the poet of lb l-r
burg, h i go*.-- to i'lnlndei|.hia to la inch
on th a --I journalism, llor w list par
ticular | ortion of Ibis letiipsvetu uis ►< a his
buk will 11-at w are not inform-d, but
his tin-- talents will enable him to -ail
( in ly well in Kngiish or German water ,
• r in the r-aim- ol philosophy, p-'-try "f
lb t; n. We wish hirn sue.
<-!; -Islli • A lb-at'er, V. 11 • . 11l- i"< n
.. --lit -• iii .ii .-f bit-- I- -king -or the 1
inter. ' of the State ('..lb-go la-l the
-• gilature, was hack in Ins old |>ril!n
la-t Sunday s >.ip riiit- n-l'-nt ol tn>-
Presbyterian Sunday-school. Everybody .
.u g ad, b-r it hardly ssa-ms like the
same Sabbath-school in the General - ab
—We bciievo that Senator T. Alex
ander 1- t.-S.' 1 hi' pt"-i IK e on lb-Wet-.lit"
ia-l Saturday, omitting, hi-wev-r, to iali
on to • I).lo< it at in its new j irt.-r* F-r
sliaiiie, Senator . il nt m-gh-vl y.-.r duty .
M.SS F.tli-- Siraub, of t.'urtin iirwi,
gat.- n tally [ arty <>n Tuesday evening
A large MMIWt - f |M*U WNIbM to I
a-si-t in i m;- Hiding and eatii ; th.- d< -
lit . ins eottf.-stmnery. The tnlfy was v led
unusually sweet and toothsome
—Judge Charles A. Mayer wn* in this j
plm e l.ti Saturday, h- .ding an argument
e- uri. . |
-Mar 1.-e.o-a Painter, a prominent
memb- r of tho Friends' S-aiety, wa- in
I. defont" l ist S r day and M- t.-lax • r, '
Monday evening -lo- hebl a r.-Wgtous 1
meeting in the Iruuwurk.-r's bunding ai !
Valentioe • forge.
Gen. .lames A. Ib-aVer, of I. • f,i.t.
wa* .-ng .g.-si 111 J Ulnar y la-t to , nu-r the |
Decoration day oration, in tin- city n> *i |
May. Fly P>.t i certainly forluria;.- in |
having ssxtired the s--rvi-.-* of s . able n
gentleman for the occasion lt'W.b • 'mm j
t n ton lAailrr,
Mr. l-aac Mitchell an I M > JsW> > i
I.ane, with their faasilie, are now .ss-u- |
pying tho elegant stono residence on the
Thomas estate, 10. at.-d in the subnrbsot
this borough. This will innke them a
very cimfrtable abode, and i* just fr
enough out of town ts> render a walla or
ride to their place* .f business a delightful |
rr-croation to the gentlemen, and will la
equally pleasant and healthful l<> the !„-
di.-s when they have occasion t>> visit ts-wn
on a shopping or s.a ial errand.
IIOTELCHANOE* IN BBLLEKONTK. — This
week will bring aleuit changes in the man
agement of the Itush Honrs- ami also of
the Hrockerhoff House. Mr. W. U. Tel.
ler, who for the past three years has so
admirably conducted the Brockerhs.ff, will
take charge of the Bu.*h House, having
purchased the unexpired lease of Mr. Pe
ters, in whose care the hotel has been tor
the past ten months. Mr Teller will go
Into his new enterprise with a well cstab
lisbed reputation as a hotel keeper, and
will no doubt command a large share of
the public patronage. He is a gentleman
who ha* made hosts of friends since he
hes been in our midst, and every one will
wish him abundant success.
Tho Hrockerhoff House will lie under
tho management of Mr. Win. McKeever,
a gentleman of large experience iu tho
business. He promises to keep the house
In excellent style. Mr. McKeever is an
active, enterprising man, and wo believe
that any promise he makes In regard to
the future of the Hrockerhoff will be fully
realised. Kxtenslve purchases have been
made with the intention of pulling the
house in tho best of order, and the new
management will take charge of affairs on
the Ist of April.
Mr. Peters, of the Hush House, we un
derstand, will go to Snow Shoe, and take
charge of the Mountain House, which be
Intends to run as a lirst class summer re
sort. Thero is no reason why he should
not succeed in attracting a large number
of visitors lo the place. It is easy of ac*
cess by railroad, and th* pure, bracing air
of Ihn mountain should make it a most
desirable and well patroniaed ictort dur-
Irg Vb hot worths of rummer.
To THE Si iiooj, DIIIKITOHN OK CKNTUE
COUNTY,- We, ib undersigned, rlii/..n
..f Col leg , H.-iilicr, I'atlo n, Half Moon,
\S ortb, iV.- , town-liips, liikn pbii 'iro in
r'-i-oiiiiui ii'liiig Prof. G. \V Kimiln-rgi-r, o!
I - IIKIIIV iI l- f for the office of county super
intendent. Prof. It. is olii! of tile oldest
mid most successful teachers in tho county.
Ho lissa llin well merited reputation of
being a live, earnest and zealous worker in
llin cause of education a* n teacher, and we
are confident that, if elicled, he will make
a live, zealous and efficient county super
intendent. He ha* made leaching a pro
fession for twenty-five years, and now we
helluva him worthy of promotion. By
j electing hiin you will certainly bo putting
"the right man in the right place." A*
we have never had that officer chosen fr.-m
this end of tin- county, we most earnestly
hope hi* claims will he favorably i-ontld-
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paper '.lu- noe has ias-u tin- n - r.e of luui it
* ,riow-. The band of Uo- d --trt.yer seems |
t > U- upon u at U-t |, v.-r i* raging and
it apj *r* to hav,- lea, in,- ■-pi-i.-mi, I'p
: . this writing there have h-- n f ~r i
deaths • olio ,ia "liter , | Mr. Strunk, a
little 'lai.ghl.-r 1.1 Mr. K. 1. Noil, and a ■
- it a- l daught. r ( Mr. <. rg- K<e<n.
Iwo iur<- --I K- - t. - i lii.df it a;.- riot ex
|v ud t" live, k'.-.r members of Mr
Joint Harrison's fan.iiv an- ill (one in a )
very danger, .• , -ndiii.-i, , two of Mr.
John I r.-iii and one of Hubert Hnrne*'.
1 1..- .alter art- now < i-r.v al< -i <-nt. 'lhe un- |
. -rtuiiu'te laiin.i, - win. are affi.utod an- al
most entirely cutoff from communication,
Out 111 every < a-" ~| a. tual li'svl the god
jx-opii. ol tbe Gap have shown a Ulic-re
„< rift-t aid. Ail are iu < >nsUsAt dread,
bo no ONE KNOWS who the beat VKUUI win
be. Our ol" t- happy village !• shrouded
—A want long felt ha- rsxvbtly bes-ti
supplied. Pleasant tinp. now luts a resident
physician in the [>er*on ol Dr. L.—, who is
a graduate of the Ibsitimor.- Medical In
stitute and a young gentleman of fine
|a-r*otii! appearance. Since be.aling here
he has Ireal.aJ several i su-i w.th much |
I have not gone West, neither do I !
cxprv:l to go, although several correspond- '
ents of the It'nfctmss who have been in- '
diilging in low abu*4> and slander of M<m.
of our citizen* would rejoice if surli was
the i *se. Beware, boys; some of these |
day* I will give you a little ventilation
that will NOT IN- SO enjoyable LIT you a* !
at.uie ol the slanders you arc now publuh
—Candidate* are waking up. I think il
is early. We were always taught that
thunder wa* necessary to awaken snake* !
and toads in lha Spring, and concluded
that tha same rule held good with
candidsic*, but are now cognizant of our
mistake. Next fall somebody will be
ahead. 3MI*N BUMS.
On t RKENCE.H or IXIKXSTAT HOWARD
AM. Vn IXITT.—On Tuesday of last week
Mr. David Tanver, of Howard, lost a val
uable horse by death. In coming down a
steep hill ola wagon load of wood, the
"rough lock" of the vehicle broke, precip
itating Mi. Tanyer to the ground. The
wagon ran against the borte, breaking one
of the animal's legs ta two places, and it
was afterwards shot. Tbe wagon al*o
passed over both of Mr. Tanyer'* legs, but
he fortunately escaped uninjured,
—llev. N. -J. Mitchell, of Howard, was
summoned away o Monday morning to
attend the funeral of the wife of hi* young
est son, Edward. Tha lady expired at h*r
horns in Wilmington, Del., on Saturday.
Our sympathy follows Mr. Mitchell in his
—Tho residence of Mr. John M. Kline,
of Howard township, was totally destroyed
Iby lira on Monday afternoon. The confla
gration U supposed to have been cnuaed by
a defoctivo flu®. Tha loss was rendered
moro disastrous bv tha destruction of val
uabte pn|ior* which Mr. Klina wa* unable
I —The unwelcome inUlligecn reaoho*
ti* of tbe death, on Monday night, of Mr*.
Catharine Mann, widow of the late Robert
Mann, of Curlin township. Bho expired
|at the residence of har son J sines, at
! Ma .n 's Schooi House. She wa* one of the
most aged and rotpeotod persons In that
j vicinity, being about 8u year* of age. Her
1 d~*th Is sadly deplored.
PI.KAHAN i GAI- NEW*.— W have bad
unother cold snap. On In.t Sabbath the
ground wu- frozen bard and many thought
our spring winter had surely come; in
deed, it see it, i< 1 like old " Winter lingering
In th- lap „f Spring." It is thought by
useny that our fruit crops have been en
tirely distroyed by the severe weather.
Be that a* it may, wo can predict one
thing at the Gap; and that i* we are going
to have in Spring township a bountiful
crop of candidates for the different county
offices lo be filled at the coming fall elee.
lion. Some of the most prominent |">2iti
, cui stalks, even at this early period of the
t season, son In in already two well developed
1 10-ads, and how many more may grow
i before the harvest i past no one can tell.
I'leusanl Gap is at present without a
Juslice of the peace, the vacancy being
caused by the death of Henry K< kenmih,
Esq., (noticed in the Dkvkh IIAT last week),
who wa* one of our moat valued and e
toetned citizens. To know him was i>,
love and r-sje-ct hirn. He wn- also our
principal merchant at the time of his
death, and it u said that the will be
tarried on by Mr-. Lottie Kekenroth, wife
of tin- deceased, umb-r tin- management of
our young arel gentlemanly friend, Wil- j
iiain Miller, late of Millbeirn.
On la-t Sai/ivith our friend, Mr G<-'-rg<
Kooii, wa- again called to f-dlow lo Hie ■
grave another of his dear children—a lit- ;
tie boy. four years old,—fak- n from the ;
fatally ir< aby it.at f.-ii destroyer, scarlet j
fixer. A much loved and only -isti-r of
this littb- one was buro-d just on'.' Week be
fore, arid :i* the pre-, nt writing two re.
maitnng children an- v-ry low- with the
-ain<- dreadful dti-Hark, tins church 1
!• .1 toll-" arid its mournful tones
carries upon tb - Sroy the sorrowful w rd
It.nt \. Ji ri- -v one of these, a I. y .oven
y rs old, ha* already gone to meet hi* :
sister and brother, Sureiy in lb. - gru-v
--bereaveme- this sorely sluck.n farn- i
i.v rh .i 1 five incere ympa.iiy fr..n,
ex* ry one.
Tl.e family - I Mr. I", I>. N dl . it,
sorrow an I rn-.urtiing for the death of at,
adopted little daughter—Kate Dab-N dl— '
w 1... died on We in-- lav morning . I la-t
wik, at the ng" > f .it yiar-. fr rn scar"
let lever. I-h" was buried Lie- same even- '
ing at k. The J alb <f thi* lit
t ■ g.rl I.a* le-'-n II "Vere aflliit.on to the .
family of Mr Ndl, Lo all of whom she
wn- greatly endearnd.
I If p .lit- - we hate little at | resent tl at
i* exciting or in any way - tssational. We ,
10, ! wev-rr, nsi- naily have a little fun '
a ith our gceal humore d arwi genial candi
dates. Hut llii* remind* is that a- IN-rno
< rats should Veep up all our |*>liliral
orgariiEat'.ons. and le- r< ady at anv time to
■Bk r ij-.n our fall canqaign. We should '
tin- fall ale* t a I k-ruo- ratic Stale Treasurer 1
Il looks as thoijet) w.- might succeed at
last in breaking up the kb-publuan ring
rule of I'mnsytvaeia. With Fhiladelphia
ar. l IMUburg. in both of whuh D-m.-
cratic mayors were elected lost February, j
jra to ally in tie hand-of our parly, w<- 1
should be abb- to carry the State. The !
|ip)c have le-cairue rs-slite under ring
rub- and will ao longer -EJMUII to the dom
ination of the ruling faction that controls
the Hi publican f>artv. Should we succeed
in electing a Democratic Stab- Treasurer
a Democratic Governor will follow next
year. We have plenty of strong, capable
men to run, who would do honor to the
piarty and the Stale in any )sition to
which they oan be coiled. For State-
Treasurer I have ncstiwed several geval
men mentioTMsd, among tbem, Kx-Sheriff
John (sully, of Wascoo-ireland county.
He is a man of fine nlnlity and great bust
ne-s* experience and would honor the place
For (iovernor next year we might take
that brilliant lawyer, and sound Demo
crat, Samuel 11. KrynsJds, K-q ,ol I<an
raster. It may seem premature to discuss
these matters, but the (wrty should be j
alive to their importance, and not |>ermit
a fair chain" for success to |ws out of
TxvgjiftANe k Turtca.—A communion- :
lion rsccivesd too late for publication las'. :
week informs us that a large meeting cf
the Fagieville and Beech Cre-ek Temjicr
anew- Unions wo* held at the Disci pi*
churth, near Hagleville.on Saturday ev vn
ing the Huh instant. After several in ter
es ting addresses, mode by Elder Blair and
Olivers, on the great change of the rn srals
of Ksglevi'.le for the better since no liquor
ho* been shl in that place, a comnailtee
vsas appoialed to rej,rt resolutions, ex
pressing the thank* of the citizens of tho
community, and to the court* of Centre
' aunlv tor refusiug to grant licenses for
the sale of liquet* in our tow n at the re
cent session. The committee reported the
fallowing preamble and resolutions, which
were unanimously adopted:
Wn ureas. By the Court of Quarter
Sessions of the county of Centre refusing
to grant lieeases to any pexsons to sell
liquor in Kagieville, drunkenness and
rioting in our street* ha* greatly decreased,
and the public moral* and general state of
society much improved ; therelore b* it
JfejwJrwf. That the thank* of the asso
elation be publicly tendered to the Hon
orable Judge* of said court for th* manner
In which they regarded the remonstrance
of our cttiaen* against the granting of
license* for the sale of liquors in this com
/?*/red, That copies of these resolu
tion*, with the proceeding* of the meeting,
be furnithrd for publication to the Belle
font* paper*, and copies of the same be
mailed lo the address of each of the judge*
of said court,
0O. FPRST, President.
John 11. CBOXMM.I.EE, Secretary.
—Throw aside your winter cap and buy
• new hat at the Philadelphia Braceb.
Where In the Sprinjr?
TVy -14 IV •„
Tltiy How u; || |, |,. f , .
JJ"I IV •*U.*r tt.i,. v.*,,
J* '4 ill kill-In rii'nt i|nwr.
On* ilnjf lb* tun la •liiulag—
Tin- Bnl IV Wlbil will liluw
TVn twin max Wl In icntill. aW-r*
Ami laralßalr In am.w.
In Ilia Mat.- nf Imaa, A
11/ telognpli m il liild,
TV allow II 'lnitial Ill'illuUill high-
TV Willi] I,lowa liiib r <l4.
*•! tint iv alniui> Mall I, la gun*
(114 lb>rn*ia atinulil raaw,
Ami April bring will Ulling abowi-ra
Willi i-li< man (a at |ai.
A.r lb.) w, iv wih'ja of Marib
Kollowral b} April alio war a
ra llama Malnra'a 'Ve-u aganta
To bring forth M.y llowara
V<MR, RK<IM SRAIXO MILL* AXI VI TTV
ITV. —Since my 1/ut communication d<-aUk
bw iijjiri:. iuviul.nl our neighborhood.
Aboil lwo YEAR. ag., Mr. Jobn NMM,
of Spring Milla, became afflicted with
rbeumalUiw. Mime THEN he ha. not BEEN
hb'e to I.'n much labor , being compelled U>
work bit fnrtn by mean a of hired help.
About two week. ego tbe diM-aae center
el ar .-iM i.IA benrt. KtOffiag that a.!
tiling* earlbly MU.t MKIH PA. a awav for
him, be placed himaelf ir, hi* Mailer'*
hand, arid :awni(.-d hi* coming On Thur#.
day night bi- apirit winged it* flight into
eternity. On .Saturday hi* Italy war bur
iel in the cemetery of the (ieorg- . Valley
Lutheran church. Kev. I'll., her, the
ja-t'.r in charge prea<h<d a very aff .
ing rermoii on the "(Jo-nl Man The
church WBI crowJ. d. Mr. Neve died in
the h>.| '• of a bi<f wd immortality among
the aamU. A few dav before hit death *
be .aid to hi* j a.t-.r. Br-1 I'Hm her, that
prayer meeting, which tbe brethren held
at my IO.UM', did lie- . . mc ii g .1. ' At
another time he mid, ' Tile Lord ha* been
with me, and he wol be with me again.''
111. age waa v<wi.
—The l're. I,t 1.-riai,. of Spring Mill*
and ( cf.lre I til I w< re favored with pri-a< h
ingla.tSur.day by that etmneni divine
J.ei \N hile, of ,M ilr.n TII CM t :.arger
we vacant and are lea ionally ijppiied
I .1 (Jrejjol i.., vr.e of the molt enter
pn-ing rituenc of ..*r village, ha. broken
ircl hr hi- grito i ri.ii.uu rr•-• rt hotel,
which will be er-• '..-ii on an eminence ju.l
wet of hi. tore building..
M*. K.I rinedy L. mi-i-d hit bou.e—
the fir t enb-rprife 1 that hud thi. re*.
Mr. J 'J Long h. ojened a .tore be.
tween Spring Mill, and Tenn Hall. He
coritemj .al- envlirg are w .tore r.im.
—Mi -r. iV hitirvre .t Co. have ojiencd
'.lf fiiM .t .u.re in the \ alley. A citrr.en
Lewieburg, who .pe nd a part of < arh
day in thif place, remarked to your OT.
retfK.ndrnt the .thr day, that they .||
cheaper tliaa the retail .u.rv of I'hiladeJ.
phia. They will hr.ve to come down very
low, however, if they with to comjwte
with Moo *, (ireiiohle ar.d I*um*ri.
M 1 \ XIl jr llva (itouurnT. A few
week* ago an article appeared in the
Watchman criticising the l-adie*' Foreigr.
Mivionary Society ft* tbe dUpofitioa.
made of the fur 1. of that organization.
At the tine we thought the author of 1
article had confounded the geography of
the word "Mr \ioo, and later development#-
con firm that auppuattkon Mr*. It. T
Btone rod, of Birmingham, in a card to tie
Huntingdon Jf.-.mrw, MIV* that the contri
bution from the Society i not for .Vati
Mexico, but for ©M Mexico. "New M
ico ia able to take care of beraelf, and i<x.in
our Society. If an* one will read the
prated r"|vnU of the Society it will ba
Men that Now Mexico i. contributing- to
the fund for the eaten.ion of the
DTATH -—A correspondent of tbe touiy
V'"* record* two recent death?, cute of
which naourred at Tort Matilda and the
other at Mmrtha Furnace, tin Saturday
lat Mr. A. W. lien*c,of the former ytoce,
lot n bright little girl aged flveyeasa. She
died ol scarlet Jwer. On the evt vang of
tho .atae day Lfte.a ten-year old daughter
of Mr. John IX Wagner, of Martha Fur
nace, bade adieu to earth and WM> carried
on angel*' wing, to heaven.
—A liule daughter of Mr. Joan Bland,
At Valontina* forge, wa buried lm-t Mon
day in the Friend.' burial grooaA.
Mr. and Mr*. A. J. Crura, of thi*
plain, are mourning the death ef an in
fant ohihdL The little one died on Sunday
!at. "Of *uch i* the kingdom *?
aro?;K&kAKB-wot.r—oa <v *u. iw.i
v inVuwiMHi.. ni ivrt i ] V> v*.
T-iwJiiwi 11. Mi Auk ii M. AnaiV-wAi nil Mv
Kauai J. Wolf.
KtMUtAN—MOVK*—O( IV ma i total I. M Ifc.
Wwn-1 pwmrwtigw, Atnmiteic !• Bet. C W K
WeaeL Mr. 1. I' KnttMit. n4 BaMerwtnirc, aa# Ml
Kllrw K Mfm, (t CMiatvt.
(ißinn-KRriintsii-oa nf MTtt.a, . , 1
H Una. Mr matitwi *. Uitit-. <A (Vrtnl (Alt,
A**—. *ad Ml.. Micrlt- . K rwatnne, of f*rgtM..*
Ww 1,. 1, i,.
tt SKUK- AMrrr.i.Kß -urn tv itia t M*rth, t.
Ret A M ™at. Ml V—|.l. I not.All. ft littl
knt(, *v*l Mv IVtnn M*tul<. of fmitt
KIMmUT -Oa tb turtt inMmt. it tViilOntr*. Mi.
Du|.l It Import. It Ik* mlviarMl .(r ol *1 )wlc &
tsoll V wl 1 At)
n (VLT.-Oa thy AM of Mir. h. if iraHrt frvrr, J. 4.0
II , Mil of Rewor l mil Ail ah Wotf, a(4 itmat la
rLKIAIIRR -Oa Ihi fUI <4 Mam*, la ltr.4(w<l atj.
Mi*. hii'V mwr, tail*, of Jrrrj a. rirlakwr. V
nirty of INrttor vuM*.
SLACR-Un the 13th of Mirth, iw rvtl-r'. Mdlc
Mt t rtah ru.tk.aiwj *7 ><wr*,4 month, ami a <hra.
0110 —On IV ITth vl Much, km Mlllholm. Han
tub, •!• nf Saann QRa, egml pf ;mw 3 month*