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She Cfntre praorrat.
Thursday Morning, May 18, 1882.
Ooaaasi-oitDKNCi, containing Important new., solicit
•4 hum any part of the county. No communication-
Inner led unless accompanied by the real name of the
Centre County Demooratio Com
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BslUloule, N. W..W. f. lUber. MM*!*.
B. W.. Charles Smith
M W.W.Jamea Bchofleld... M
Howard Boro. Howard
Milfteburg. C. K. Kaelngtou.. Mileaburg.
Mitlheim .A. Waiter* Millhfttm
Pfcilipftburg D. W. Hull .Philtmhurg.
Union viU* J.C Smith .. Kletnlng.
le 11 tier Uriah StoTftr BftllefonU.
&>Kg 0. A McLaughlin.Milefthurg.
lqnuidt William Hippie... Pine Ulan.
College frank Taylor Lemont.
Ourtln..a. Fredk. Bobh. Howard.
Ferguson, O. P A. J. Oraodorl--.!*!♦ Grove Mills.
** N. P.—J. U. Heberling.-.Hock Springs.
Gregg, S. P M. L. Rlehel spring Mills
" N. p ll* nj Limber!..•.
Haines. o*o- M. Keister.Aarnusburg.
HaUmoon ... .A, T Gray Half Moot*.
Harris ..J at nee Kitiiport.Hoalsburg.
Howard. Ha*id Tanyer Howard.
Hust>u John 4 Miles Julian.
Liberty ............... W. 11. Gardner—Mam hard.
Marlon .....J.J. Hoy. Walker.
Miles Gftorgft Hainan.. .Wolfe Store.
Pat ton... D. L. Meak Buffalo Run
Peuit ...11. K. Duck Millheim.
Potter, N. P ~..6. W. Spangler TuaeeyTille.
** 8. P J. Witmer Wolt-.Cantrw llall.
Hush .William (Allien... Bandy lUAge.
Snow Shoe.... William llainea.. Snow Shaft.
Spring T. M. Ibtrnhar!.. lt*ll*f<nte.
Taylor Vinton Beckwtth..Fowler.
Union ...........Christian Hoover..Fleming.
Walker Andrew Kr"*tucr. Ilublemhurg.
Worth W. G Morrison...Port Matilda.
R. 11. FGR3TER, Chairman.
H. A. McKfti,Secretary,
—Well. Bprinjc. yuv cum at laat, h*vyti ?
Th |x>it (m*i you* bin In old Winter's
Lap—now tint ton aehanu-d uf ytmnwlf ?
I a'poo* the old feller * bin a-buaain' you ;
1 should think he had from your breth
A beiii' o cold—but tbtl'i the way them
Old felleis he* a-doin'.
Well, a* ! waasayln'.
TOUT come at laat with your "Iwmy
Breth" a-blowlu' from the Northwe#—
WeecoLatent or Nebraaky. I s'pos*,
Great countries for bam I reckiu*.
But now yooT cum'
We feel yeur cheer ID prreeut wen we
Git round onto the south side of the barn !
We beer the bene e-kaklin, when they've
Laid an eg! We see the horse-radish
A starting up the garding
feus ! The wimuiiu is a lakin' into
The obi tea-pot after garding seeds,
And all these things make me think your cum!
Ef so be I TS riled
Ye,ftpring. a-ehewing up o? yrr thortrumoiings,
Jet set it down to bavin' pott's lia* ra,
<TW I hain't taken win out, yet I 'luw to )
—A new floor ha been laid in tho Com
—The largest and cheapest boot and
ahoe store—Doll & Mingle.
—His Honor Judge Orvis, is presiding
at a term of court at Lock Haven.
—WB P. Shoop, of Centre Hall, wa*
noticeable on our street* yesterday.
—The Logan Hose company has been
invited to participate in a firemen's parade
—We are glad to hear of the recovery
of Mr. A. Lukenbark, who had been ill
for some time.
—Neighbor Shrom is one of the most
accommodating men with whom we have
ever come in contact.
Until you have tasted some of John
Beezer's rich, juicy steaks you scarcely
know what tip top beef is.
Mr. JVcob McCauley, of Jacksonville,
after an extended search, found u* on
Tuesday. We were glad to see him.
—Mr. W. G. Morrison, of Port Matilda,
is assisting Recorder Bible. Mr. M. is a
good penman and nice fellow.
—Mr. John Rihel„of Centre Hill, ac
companied by Mrs. Kishel, called upon
the DEMOCRAT yesterday.
—We were pleased to see Mr. J. W.
Robb, one of our subscribers at Beech
Creek, who called on Wednesday.
—Farms In Juniata county, on account
of the discovery of iron ore on many of
them, have suddenly risen in value.
—Mr. Jackson Gorton and Dr. Hobart
Allport, of Philipsburg, while visiting
Bellefonte on Tuesday paid the DEMOCRAT
a pop call.
—Mr. Fergus Potter, of Linden Hall,
one of the most experienced and best
teachers of our county, wa* in town day
—The hotel, managed by Mr. A. A.
Kohlbrecker at Mileaburg, has been neatly
fixed up, and is now ready for the enter
tainment of guest*.
—ln the sale of strictly first class cigsrt,
Harry Green still stands head and should
er* above all other dealer* in town. Try
his La Excepcion 5 cent cigar.
—Mr. Kdwin Tyson, in partnership with
Mr. John Cllnedent*, has opened a butch
ering establishment at Philipsburg. We
predict a prosperous future for tbem.
—We bad the pleasure of making the
acquaintance of Mr. Jerry Nolan, engineer
on the P. R. K., on Saturday, and found
him to be a pleatant wbolesouled fellow.
—Miss Jennie Weavsr, the affable and
agreeable daughter of George Weaver,
Esq., of this place, lately returned from
Philipsburg where she had been visiting
for some weeks.
—To-day Mrs. 0. G. McMillen and little
, daughter started on a visit to her home,
in Dayton, Ohio. After a sit week* stay
they expect to return accompanied by her
—Mrs. Nannie F. Coolidge, of Carbon
dale, is at horns visiting bsr relatives and
friends. Her coming was unexpected,
and a complete surprise wss given the
—Read the advertisement of Messrs. 8.
A A. Loeb in to-days DEMOCRAT ; they
mean all they say and are abundantly able
to fulfill all promisee, and salt all who
may favor them with their patronage.
—Mr. William Cox, an employee at tha
Bellefonte Bos factory, on Monday, un
fortunately allowed tils right hand to come
in too close contact with a circular taw
and bad mveral fingers badly lacerated,
GEN. HEATER AT HOME.— Early on .Hal
unlay morning, posted notices Announced
that a reception would bo tendered Gen.
Jatnns A. lteaver upon bis return home,
on the lata train that night. After leav
ing tho train ho was taken charge of by a
detail of tho committee, conducted to a
carriage, and followed by a respectable pro
cession proceeded to the Court House. The
building was soon ill led and Col. William
Shortlidge, taking tho chair, stated tho
object of the mooting and called upon A.
O. Furst, Esq., to deliver tho address of
wolcome. This gentleman paid General
Beaver, tho Republican party and tho citi
zens of Boilofonte, many apt and pleasing
compliments, declared that our townsman
would be tho next Governor of Pennsyl
vania, and thought tho uomination was
canceling a debt duo Gen. Beaver for sev
enteen years. The address was couched in
well chosen language, delivered with all
tho zest and enthusiasm for which Mr.
Furst is noted, and well received by the
audience. Gen. Beaver, in replying, care
fully avoided any discussion of present
political complications and confined him
self solely to an expression of his feelings
inspired by the warm hearted reception of
his neighbors and friends. Hn is proud
of any honor he may have attained only
because ho can share it with the citizens of
Cenlro county, one of whom be would
rather be than to be elevated to any offi
cial position in the land. He thinki,
should the voters of Pennsylvania not
elect him Governor, ho will bo inexpressi
bly happy. Wo think if ho wants that
kind of felicity to striko him, he will be
accommodated November 7. Several times
his utterances were drowned in deafening
applause and tho spirit of tho assembly
seemed less partisan than local. Mr.
Besver may justly take no little pride in
the manner in which they among whom he
has lived and moved for twenty-six years
treat his nomination for the highest office
within the gift of the people of this great
Commonwealth. After the adjournment
aj great many, regardless of political or
physical complexion, crowded around him
to offer congratulations, etc.
—That Death is no re*|<>ct'r of persona,
but single* out the young, beautiful and
useful, is once more made painfully evi
dent in tho death of Mis* Mary E. Bol
linger, of Philipsburg. When first we
had the pleasure of meeting her, the wan
in excellent health, and bade fair to live
many yeara, but the insidious tooth <>f de
cay gradually fastened it* hold tip<>n her,
and to-day she whom we revered and es
teemed sloop* that last sleep which know*
no awakening. A* an bumble consistent
Chriatian, a pleasant, amiable and popular
member of aociety, and a aucceaaful teach
er in the common school* of our county,
he haa left behind her many devoted
frienda who aincerelv mourn and deplore
her death. Conaumption, that dread dis
ease of our northern climate, in it* moat
malignant form, proved incurable, and
amid the adieu* tendered relative* and
friend* on Wedne*day of last week ahe
quietly fell aaleep in the arm* of Him
upon whom ahe depended and in whom
ho o confidingly placed her truat.
—The sociable, of our Lutheran friend*
on Wednesday evening, of laat week, wa
one of those refined entertainment*, that
are alike enjoyed by young and old. The
number present though not great, wa* uf
ficient to ati*fy the member* of the com
mittee of arrangement* that their effort*
were appreciated- The program conaiated
of well choaen music, oration*, select read
ing, etc. Mia* Katie Tyson, a wee little
mia*, wa* tendered well-deserved, hearty
applause upon her concluding the rendition
of a difficult song, and well spoken recita
tion. Mrs. Dr. Rhone read a touching
tribute to the memory of the lamented
Longfellow, and Mias Mardy Korater de
claimed a selection in an easy, cultured
manner that won the complimentary no
tice of all. Of the other participant* we
should be pleased to apeak if space permit
ted, and truat the moving spirit* in thi*
commendable cause will not permit their
zeal to grow lese in the infusion of true
sociability into general church work
—The CEXTRB DEMOCRAT has a large
and increasing circulation, u the largest
paper published in Centre county, and as
an advertising medium is second to none.
The job department ha* lately been stocked
with a full supply of all kinds of material*,
and wo are prepared to do all manner of
Job work on short notice, in the best style*,
and at lowest rate*. Before oidering drop
in and be convinced.
—The grocery store of Harry Teats A
Co., opposite the Bush house, is open and
doing more business than the proprietors
bad hoped to be favored with so shortly
after commencing. Those who bought of
Mr. Teats before will continue, and as
proprietor of a store he will be pleased to
treat customers with the same gentleman
ly consideration that slways characterised
—The widow of the late John F.cken.
roth, of Pleasant Gap, altera linger
illness, died on Tuesday morning.
She bed for many years been a member In
good standing of the Lutheran church and
a person of excellent character and repute
In the society in which she lived.
—Of the two hundred or more persons
who attended the T. M . C. A. masting, on
Tueedsy evening, Messrs, f, P. Green and
Win. Zetlers bad the moat ravenous appe
tite, and vied with each other In seeing
which could eel most.
A REVXL AIIOSA OT'B KXCIIANOKS:—
Henry Powell, a brutal step father Hi AI
IOOIIH, on .Saturday lat knocked u live
year old child down with chair because
ll refused to retM crying. The child I# in
H precarious condition.— Philiptburg Jour
That platform made at Harrisburg on
Wednesday is rather 100 frail a contriv
ance to bear the weight of live attorney*.
A Bcllcfonto widow who kept a laloon
agreed to marry a man for $7(X> and then
went back on him after g-tting hi* caab.
lleaide loaing all conlidence in widow* he
ha* alao I oat hi* money.— l/ock Haven
Our friend, Grow, mut have meant an
Altoona widow. Belief, nte widow* do not
engage in that kind of business.
Since tending internal machine* to pop
ular, wealthy and influential men ha* be
como epidemic, it ia *ad, Col. Joe. W.
Furey, of the Watchman, ha* all of hia
mail carefully examined by the otllce devil
before touching auy of it.
The Kithctic dandelion i* in blossom but
the rain giveth it a too too appearance.—
.Van and /fanner.
Gen. Jamea A. Beaver, the candidate for
Governor of Pennsylvania, wai defeated
for the United Stale* Senate a year ago
because he wa preaented by the Cameron
taction. He it a comparatively young
man, and ha* never held any political
office.— llaltimort Sun.
An average Mormon, a* bo i* aeon by
unprejudiced eye*, ia now thown to be a
simple, shrewd, ignorant and fanatic al per
eon who ha* no intention of interfering
with anybody and who ha* a very (jisliful
intention of not being himself interfered
with.— Sew York World.
Maj. J. B. Fisher, of (Penn Hall,) Cen
tre county, say a the (laiettc and RutUtin, is
favorably mentioned for the legislature.
Too many printer* are trying to support
long primer families on nonpareil salaries.
A petition ia in circulation among the
New York physicians, asking that Presi
dent Arthur grant a respite UiGuiteau ' in
the name of psychological science." The
petition is not quite a long a* several that
have been submitted for Mason'* pardon,
but is quite a* reasonable.— Waihington
Col. McClure, of the Philadelphia Time*,
orated before the Delta Pbi. Society of
Delaware College, on Monday lat.
The Jer*ey Shore Herald tell* u that
Rev. A. J. Bright ha* reached his new
home, Klitwortb, Kana, safely. The
many friends of Mr. Bright, Tn this coun
ty, will be pleased to know that he ha*
commenced bis mini*lerial labors, and
think* he will like the west
To all lovers of literary excellence, tyjo
graphtral beauty, and general elegance we
Commend the tOriental t'aekct, published at
912 Arch street, Philadelphia. Forward
$2 for a year's subscription and you will
tbank u* for the suggestion.
The Tyrone Time* i* now a i* column
paper, and promise# to be better than e\r.
We wish it success.
| —"Life of Sir Welter Scott,'' it the
tuhject of a lecture t be delivered in
Hume*' h*ll, on the 2!h intl., by Kcv. A
ft Jack. Tbitgentlemen itoneof America''
mott noted pulpit oralort, and a lectur
er na# everywhere received the plaudit# of
delighted audience#. We trul the liter*,
ry peron of Bellefonte, of whom there
are many, will not fail to embrace thit
opportunity to not only tpend an evening
pleatantly, but become more fully ar.
quainted with the lifo of him concerning
whom it wa* taid
# seh lh# rrMtioaa Utal ■* ♦-
C h*(Mlt life In tber—
-0 I tcnlU', i pwet
Th glort## '■< I'jfri- *tj .
7 hj gttlui t<ow<i o*ll :• in nit her long nmj
—The attention of po#tmater# i# called
to an order i**ued by the department re
quiring them to notify publi#ber# of newt
paper# of the refusal of subscriber# to lift
paper#, and 'lnit why they refute. It i#
important that we know whether a patron
refu#e# to continue lifting hi# paper because
he no longer want# it, ha# removed from
the district, or i* dead. The direction# are
o plain that a "wayfaring man though a
fool need not err therein," and we hereby
caution po#tmatera to be careful to com
ply with the law wheti making return# of
fact# connected with the action* of *ub
fCriber*. U#e the blank* furni#hed you
and do not warte one cent bv u#ing a pottai
—The residence of Mr. A. Lyon, on
Lynn street, wa# the #cene of a fe#ttve oc
cation la*t evening; it wa# nothing le#
than the marriage of Mlm Paulina Lyni)
to Mr. Jona# Lochten, of Reynold#vtlla.
Rev. M. Wurael, of Willinmport, offi
ciated. The lady 1# one of Bellefonte'*
faireat maiden*, and the happy groom will
have no reason to regret having conferred
upon her hi# name. We extend our con
gratulation* and tru*t none of life'# itorm*
may lower upon the head# of the young
—The Pleaaant Gap band when in full
uniform lock# well. The playing of thi*
band 1# fa*t raiting it to an enviable peti
tion in the estimation of all lover* of first
cla*a muiic. We wih the boy* idcce*#.
It i* too bad that Bellefonte will permit
ber*lf to be *o totally eclipaed by thi#
—A peddler named Patrick Meilu#,dled
at the boarding bout* of Mra. Howard,
on Btibop itreet, on Tueaday. The trouble
*eem* to have been consumption. We
could learn nothing of hi* life or residence,
•ave that ha wa* of Irish descent, and by
occupation a travelling vender of linen
—People often wonder why Doll A
Mingle tell good* eo much lower than
other (tore*; one secret I*, they deal In
nothing but boots and shoe*, give tbeir
whole attention to the buslcet#, and pay
OMb for all they bay.
A OtORtOVS OCCASION —The idea of a
social luncheon to the board of trustee* of
the Y. M. C. A. originated, soma time ago
in the mind of the general secretary, Mr.
Miller, and by him mentioned to a lew of
tlio more active members; they took the
matter in band and appointed the follow
ing committee of arrangements: Messrs.
Kdward Garuian, chairman ; Goo. Dare,
Harry Schroyer, Washington Reese, John
W. Barnes and the junior editor of the
DEMOCRAT, who Issued this Invitation ;
Y. M. C. A. IIAYI., |
Tuesday Kvo., May 111, Ibß2. /
Social Luncheon to Board of Trustees,
frotu 9 to 11. Yourself and one male
friend are cordially and respectfully in
vited to attend.
The friends of the rs-ociation began
dropping in about the time mentioned and
were agreeably entertained in the lecture
room by an improvised orchestra and glee
club. The music and singing were of *ucb
a character a* to please, for vociferous ap
; plauke followed each selection.
During this time part of the committee
wat butilv engaged preparing the refresh
ments and arranging the table* in the
mens'reading room, and the rest studiously
endeavored to make strangers comfortable,
and cause them to feel at ease. Promptly
at 9 o'clock the door* were thrown oj-n,
giving the guests a view of something en
-1 lirely unexpected ; the centre table covered
with deliciou* looking cakes, pyramids of
toothsome sandwiches, and etanda of
orange#, bananas, etc., aide table* upon
which coffee and tea were served, and the
whole arranged in such away a* to leave
! no doubt in the minds of any a* to the
j taste of the chairman of the committee. t
; The supply ol refreshment* was sufficient,
and no one left without having been satis
fled. The company was not only select
; but composed of element* entirely con
genial, and judging from the numerous
' friendly group* nattered throughout the
j several room* everyone tried totnakeerery
one else happy. The fas t that men ran
assemble, enjoy themselves, and be of
j benefit pi each other without the presence
of any of the genti'T sex, has Wen fully
i During the progress of the *up|x r the
' orchestra and gie club were busily at work
keeping those w li*s had filled themselves to
full a* to render probable a trip to the land
jof Nod, from affectionately embracing
As soon a* all the guests bad been waited
j upon, and the work of storing away the
! edible* finished, a W-autiful crayon portrait j
of Col. D. .S. Keller, president, was, on
I I* half of the artist, Mr Geo D'Almaine,
| < f Baltimore, presented to the *•. <ciati. n
t>y Mr. J. W Miller in a neat little sjeeeb
j The kind doner was tendered a heartfelt
j vote of thanks, when our sprightly little '
friend, Mr. Cbas Cook, propoard that the
association <-< urea companion picture of
its first president, Gen. Jsino A. Beaver,
which will without doubt be done.
The association never was in a* healthy
condition as it i* to-day, and the memWra
never made more of an effort than i* now
being made t reach th# young men of
Bellefonte and vic'nity, and attain the
end the organisation has in view, viz : To,
by furnishing proper amusement, genteel
entertainment and desirable social inter
course, attract the attention of W>tb old ,
and young men from barroom#, saloon*
and all other public resort* of a questiona.
bio character, gather them into a body, the
individual object of each member being to
individually benefit in every poMibU way
terry other member.
The committee ia under obligation* to
many kind friends, without whose assist
ance failure would have been the result,
and to all who in any manner assisted, it
SCDDXN DEATH— We are informed of
the sudden death on Monday night at the
residence of Mr. liarnhart, two miles east
of Bellefonte on the Jacksonville road, of
Mrs. Sadie Harter, daughter of Mr David
Bolt, a merchant and al*o the postmaster at
Zion. Mr*. Harter hits been in delicate
health and subject to linking spell* for
some time, although no immediate danger
was apprehended. (In this occasion ether
bad been prescribed by the attending phy
sician. One of her attacks of iltns# came
on during which she expired, althnngh the
exact cause of her death Is not known.
She was a widow, her husband dvlng ontv
a short time ago Her death will be much
lamented.— Paily ,Yeses.
—We have received invitations inviting
us to attend the opening, to-day, of Mpring
Mills' new hotel. Mr. Geo. Nash, the
proprietor, promise* to conduct a summer
resort on right kind of principles, and
there ia little doubt of hi* being able to
do so. -
—Mist Maggie Jackson, of Osceola, who
had spent most of la*t 'winter with the
family of Mr. Joe, W. Furey, returned
home a week or so ago. Mias Jackson en
joyed her slay among the good people of
Bellefonte, and will bave many pleasant
reminiscence* to relate to her friends at
—At last we have atlainad something
of the "AMermanie" proportion of larger
towns, our buildings are numbered, or at
least a portion of them. Now, how does
it sound—Messrs. W. F. Reynolds A Co.,
Bankers, No. I, South Allegheny street, or
Messrs. Yocum A Harsbberger, Attorney*
at Law, No. 1, East High street.
Rev. J. D. Wilton, of New York, a
native of Spring Mills, this county, while
on a visit to friends in this neighborhood,
did not forget to peep into our office and
while away a few moments in social con
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To CORRESPONDENT*— Jakes— Yes, ig
norance is bliss and therefore tho world is
so full of happy people.
(J— Kisaing I* naughty. This statement
will add much to the fun of the operation,
for you aro all fond of doing anything
that sensible folk* consider naughty.
///**—You can tell the h'-ad waitor at
a small parly only by careful'y scrutiniz
ing what be wear# on bit left arm, if it be
a young lady in place of a towel you can
venture the assertion that be is the waiter.
Maud Ladies' hats, wo are told, will
be larger tlian ever, this season. Thi* is
<>n more feather in the cap of the quill
driver—for you probably have ari indis
tinct recollection of how we attacked those
tame bat* riot long ago.
A nxioue forty —The young men who ren
der night hideous by boisterously singing ;
indecent songs, on Linn street, aro not
THE CROW N or K sol. AND —The crown
of England is a eolly ''bauble," bedazzled j
with jewels enough to found three or four
public charities, or a half-dozen ordinary j
college* There are twenty diamonds round j
'the cole, worth $7,000 each, making
$100,000; two large centre diamonds, $lO.-
(100 each, making $20,000; fifty-four
smaller diamonds, placed at the angle of ;
the former, oa h $.700; four crosses, each
composed of twenty-five diamond*, SOO,-
000; four large diamond# on the top of
, the cro*s<-s, $20,000; twelve diamond*
contained in the fleur-de-lis, s.*>o,ooo;
eighteen smaller diamonds contained in
the tame, SIO,OOO ; pearls, diamonds, Ac.,
upon the arches and crosses, $.70,000 ; also
one hundred and forty-one small diamonds,
• $2-7,000; twenty-six diamond* in the up.
per cross, $1.7,700; two circle* of ju-arl*
about the rim, $16,00(1. The colt of the
stones in the crown, exclusive of the
metal, It, therefore, nearly half a million
of dollar*. This mention of valuable g"fro
naturally causes one to think that in order
to be the possessor of any of them one j
would need to be the owner of an Immense ,
income or practice strict economy—neither 1
it necessary, commence at once to secure i
your groceries, etc., from Secbl'-r A Co
and the money saved will enable you to
i wear jewel* in profusion.
A Vol' E FROM ritz PHK*#.—l take this
: opportunity to bear t'-stimony to the < ffl
racy of your "Hop Bitter*. Expecting
to find them nauseous and bitter and com
posed ..f bad whiskey we were agn-eablv !
surprised at their mild taste, just like a
cup of tea A Mrs. Cresswrell and a Mrs
Connor, friends, have likewise tried, and J
pronounce them the 1,,-st medicine they
have ever taken for building up strength \
j and toning up the system. 1 was troubled .
with cotivrn'-ss, headache and want of
appetite. My ailment* are now all gone
1 have a yearly contract with a doctor to
be k after the health of myself and family,
but need him not now.
j July 27 1878. S GILt.tt.AND,
People Advocate. Pittsburg, Pa.
—The Bulls' house, und'-r the manage
ment of Mr. F. X i>ehman, is rapidly re
gaining all of it* old popularity. The
proprietor de*ire* U to Slate that each of
it* department*— the hotel proper, the bar
and the restaurant—ba* undergone a com
plete renovating and improving price##,
and now desire# a fair share of public pat- j
ronage, assured of hi* ability tw render j
entire satisfaction. Mr. Lehman, evident
ly, understand* hi* business and we ask a
trial of bim at the hand* of any who
stand in need of the service* of * real jollv
1 landlord who run* a first das* bouse.
—We were shown yesterday a specimen
'of scroll saw work that surp**se# anything
jof the kind that ** ever exhibited in
Beilefonte. It i a medicine case lined
with rose colored satin and supplied with
bottle* enough to fit any practitioner out
inroyal style It was made by Mr. L.
Fabian, a nephew of Mr. 8 Lewin for one
of the latter gentleman'* Philadelphia
friends, and is a rare bit of fine workman
ship coupled with great utility.
—Genu' furnishing good* marked in
plain figure* at the Bee Hive,
A little girl was teaching her brother
the Lord's Prayer, the other night, and
when she had said "Give u* this day our
daily bread," be suddenly called out
"pray for taffy, sister, pray for taffy too
and she said "you forget that ! am going
to give you some of Mine*' Syrup of Tar,
Wild Cherry and Hoarhound for your
cold, which is a great deal better "than
—CarpeU marked in plain figures at the
Bee Hive. .
—The lain rainy spell reminded many
that water pipes needed repairing. Mr
Om. H. Wolf make* • specialty of this
kind of work. The same inclemency
showed where new one* were needed, in
•li work of this kind Mr. Wolf hat few
—One price, goods marked in plain
figures and no misrepresentations at the
Mens whole stock brogans, $ I 00,
carpet slippers, 2fe., women's button shoes,
$125. Call and see them at Doll A Win
—I was miserable with Chronic Catarrh.
Pane)* Ais my remedy and no other. WM,
—Dell & Mingle this week received the
finest line of boys' and youths' orlf shoes
ever brought to Bellefonte. Mothers call
end see them
—Dry goods marked in plain figures at
the Bee Hive.
j —That perfect baking and cookingstove,
; the "Pioneer," ,„ r „, w of)Jv hy Wilson,
McFarlane A (Jo. All tuperfluou* orna
| mentation ha. been di.p nnd will, to re
j < ura a first-class kitchen stove. For weight,
. strength anil durability it cannot bo *ur
| passed. In purchasing this stove you urn
j not paying for nickle trimmings and beau
tilul lliilab, but you are getting what ii far
I better and what you need in h K ,„„j CO ok
tove—a good, fliabb: bub. r and e,oker.
—Tbe ]'hilad<-lpbia branch bat given
away hundred* of whip* and cane*, ana
null tbe demand continue*. For condi
tion* neceasary to secure one call at the
More and Mr. Ltwin will be pleased to
Mate tbe matter clearly and satisfactorily.
For honeat, square dealing and tincere ef
j fort to pleaae, tbi* house i without any
Do not pay 2(1 per cent, more than it*
real value for l<-a when you can buy it for
j what it i* worth at George W. Eaton *.
Tbi* tea i* one of bin specialties ind ct
| toner can depend upon getting the bet in
tbe market a little lower than price* asked
; by any other dealer.
You can av from Jbo to 200
cent, on a good dre**, from It*) to 300 j*t
cent, on a suit, from 3 f > to 100 per cent, on
a pair of iboet, and in everything that you
need you will find it to your interest to
buy your good* where you get tbem at
first cost. Ltoj, i Co.
—Call and examine the stock of ranee,
and cook stove* at Wilson, Mi Farlane A
Co'a ; also their line of single and double
heater*. They have for sale tbe Welcome
Home double healer, which has been thor
oughly and satisfactorily tested in tbi*
—Clothing, dry good*, groceries,carpet*
and anything you need in endless variety
*t S A A Ieb'*. \V betber you mean to
hoy or not, walk right in and see how
pleasantly they will receive you.
—All go<>ds marked in plain figure* at tbe
: IJi-e Hive.
Lyon A Co , are vlosing out tbeir
| entire st'C k of dry g'X-d*. clothing, h eiU
and shoe* at cost, in order to quit the husi
I had Cbronn Catarrh btdly. I took
Panic* I am very much Utter. J
\N iLLiswa, Mod •*(, l"a.
Notion' marked in piain figure* at tbe
lf you want U> save money in your
purchase*, go to Lyon A Co.. they are
selling everything at Cot. Llo> A Co.
j —worth of dry goods, clothing,
' Unit* and shoe*, dr<■- goods. Ac., for cost
at Lvos A Co.
—Spring and Summer season, IW2,
Woolen stock now c mplrtr. Early or
tt-tf Moxtooukkt A CO.. Tailors.
VHUVKR-rtLK-On Xu •!. at th. tea. Iw of
lau>e-I Kl|ka, I'l lev aa*-astu, Mr JotaSUl
W .~i On* tuWSMillp, to M.~ ssuab tils of
I I .till* ' null #*
; Kt IT- Ml Ksr.K--On Mar 3d at th- mUas* of
, B ' S Vsief. I.J |o Urtilossjtt. Mr
Kurt* K c|'. of fatal* omi l> I'a, ao<l VIIs
i < biota It. Vtus-sf. cf ot#-,g tua i.-i.ij., C si.trs cmhUilV,
fll *liLK— BARKER -On tts 20fl alt. at Aaron*
ton* by Re* A tl. Parker. M< 5h011e,..!
Miftlit) cvoaiy, u> Me* Riiiateti. A. Mtr. of
LIICHItN —LVO?I —A! the of th? I*ri4# ■
!•*"*><• |W)i?f.,*t* r Mat 1* iw-i. If M
Vl iff Mill m jr n Mr Jt'btf Lite tu b. •(
H' A iKfliat ]|e t*u M.a |'tt|)A |*| oft.
BOLIiIMQCR -In . Mat l<Mh, Aft??
A I<•.# ud Ifflf.g *fßi.t t. Mi** Ma/| K IMiibfrr,
|i fit* *t'>lh jeaf <-.f ti#sf gga
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K Mt'-lf, it (.1 M|l lain M | ft? ft, Ifc
A I*l Id lUMftrrtuff. M% A. Mm. Km feci A|d,
*4Td *T v*Ar* 9 m Mti Ad r> &n\
(IL'TKLH H—4H night ff Mux t,m iM flhtttorg. LjJA.
ft if? cf 1 httilw (eiitft lUn. 47 1 ••*: * *jd * dftt*
rWMXiiroU - Mr. %, Mat \ |W2 •* nu
n*r# (>*tr* cewnl) WMlle, <|; *.n sf Hvtstt mm!
j IlinW V*<*uiug\*xt, Mfod V Ml mtmiUu aud
W lilt# * n rmmm If fsfifht •'! U'f,
■ Dtl ht itft|*tur tß.ncl j igf# i.f |*mnmsawntiMtUt
fft4 lliaj .! kw* flißf ti* (i ktßf* imnng lb* *t,
H* Hb IdlM wkfcaw, lit <|h t t('dlli||l P*II (tti.
•a ftndtt'ed with m<iNi*ukiid forfitd* MVn
fttoklr-f rfcplh JH I<i# * |k hf •t4.
"lNtr u4c Imf Id jif •*• jnfti tm * .oits '
AH tlsftt *kltl lo> *nd prvfrrt fwoiid d.< ••>:* 4M, lt
!* ItfAfll, l*Rlll ' klmo] 111 HI f. bllOftß.
Ill* CM aid litbd * ft* I Aid tip fit htm *nd he- liUteM) tin
d#r luwh. £<• tbt kf hw nwe hi*
|WMIU ft4 frtnmi* MI at u* dttflji tbr itft Hi*
4t)i 1# *"urif*d hj hi* frniid*
f*a*ltJ- A4 ft hft *• * fidoAf <d -t Ali ft be*
hfUm M ftftjt Dot. th**n. f*t him Allt<ntith W*
fthtil feUftW ftvA ftwif ft! A 111 jr*t boft intnifftlti bet
*f u hi* r fHiill b tbfcli frAfft. Thft lAffft ftn*i of
•s m|af bitiAf fri* intft in i hw ftimrml
ftkeftod lioft hifhljr hft •* l<eka*4 I * All *• knftft
hia Tte I*A4 aa tAtiio*te A< tth
kl'fl hfttlivfi IsftftA litft lAftt iMKhftT.
O. W MrKwtiat.
Bellefonte Grain Mnrknt.
Htur >T*. Mri I*. I**2
OormM ereklj l>r T R Kf) Dl4<l> A Co.
Wheat-aWle.,-. haahaL 41 30
red. " - 1 *>
<)on—ow. |*f Imahal - 1,... tet
*' tlirJM, per t.urfeM. n
OtU, por -I, i U
lUMi r |in inW Id
Cl.'trt Hood. per PM
Plopr. aboleaale, per W. 1,, Boiler 1 no
" per k. - 00
fleeter, |t too > n
Correrted weekly hy Brothere.
Applea.dried. per poapd.. - M ~ |
Ckwrla, dtltd, f Jowd, ]|
BOOB* PET QUART ...........................
freeh Wtff prt meiad ■■—— n
Cblrkent pot pi toad.. Tl||l| j
On M pet pooad u
Ward per p-aed 2 It
E*a per Ana...™ |k
Potatoee per baabal m
Dried k—* ■ ■ IS
Xrtc A *lrrrti*emmt*
f |X)lhe Heirs and Lomil Hr-itrwoU
■ Mtn o# J*a Kiotpnrt, di mated .
Tkf noUop thai, bp virtu* of • Writ of
Partition. INWND oat at the rtrpfceae" Chart of Centre
COMMIT aad TO A* directed, * iftqoeeM all! fee ktdd at
(BE TET rwtdnare of Jrha LIMPET itoawl. IA the
toannhip of Harrtn, aad poaaty of t Voire oa TODAY,
tk I DTP day of J an*. A It, !**. at M E'lWk, A. M..
oraM day, for the parp.EE of atafe tap pertttfcra of Ik*
real relate of aatd der-eeed to ate' adaaap Me bedro
and legal rrpn atattete, If tkr aaare can ha dau
wttfcoat pre/edkf ka at NADLLNG ET TFEE A hole (Hfeee
atee T talae aad APPRSIW the mate amedinf la lair,
at a HKH tlam and place yaa thai TE prear at. If tan
think ptater. T J PtHEKU Merit.
BlwauihOMca, IfoUefeete, Ph. May 10th. I Ml.