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®foe Centre gewccfltt.
Thursday Morning, July 27, 1882.
CORRIBPQNDKNCE, containing Important news, solicit
ed from any part of the county. No communication
inaerted unless accompanied by tho real name of the
Centre County Democratio Com
mittee — -1882.
DISTRICTS. NAM*. P. O. ADDRESS.
Bellefonte.N. W,..W. F. Kobor Bollefoute.
•' B. W...Charle Smith "
" W. W-Jamos Schoflold... "
Howard Boro Howard Ilrlckley .Howard.
Milesburg 0. K. Kssington—Miiesburg.
Millheim A. Walters Millheim.
Philipsburg D.W. Holt Philipsburg.
Unionville J. C. Smith Fleming.
Benner Uriah Stover .Bellefonte.
80gg5....! C. A. McLaughlln.Mlleitbnrg.
Burnaide William Hippie..-.Pine Glen.
College Frank Taylor Lemont.
Ourtln Fredk. Bobb Howard.
Ferguson, 0. P A. J. Oreudort—Pine Grove Mills.
N. P.—J. H. Heberling....Hock Springs.
Gregg, 8. P M. L. Kishel Spring MUllj
N. P Benj. Limbert—.. "
Haines J. W. Kußßill._.Aarnnsburg.
lialfmoon A.T. Gray Half Moon.
Harris James Kimport—Boalsburg.
Howard David Tanyer Howard.
Huston Johu Q. Miles Julian.
Liberty W. U. Gardner Blanchard.
Marion J.J. Hoy Walker.
Miles George Haines.....Wolfs Store.
Patton D. L. Meek Buffalo Run.
Penn H. E. Duck Millheim.
Potter, S.i P G. W. Spanglor.....Tusßeyville.
N. P J. Witmer Wolf....Ceutre Hall.
Ruth William Oullen...Philipsburg.
Snow Shoe William Haines....Bnow Shoe.
Spring T. M. Barnliart Bellefonte.
Taylor Vinton Beckwith..Fowler.
Union Christian Hoover-Fleming.
Walker Andrew Kreamcr-Hablersburg.
Worth W. G. Morrison....Port Matilda.
R. 11. FORSTER, Chairman.
H. A. MCKEE, Secretary.
ATTENTION. — Tho members of the
HANCOCK LEGION, and all others who are
interested in the success of ROBERT E.
PATTISON, are requested to meet at the
Bush House on Saturday evening, Aug.
sth, 1882. L. T. MUNSON,
—Miss Mary Strohm is teaching a ses
sion of select school at Millheim.
—Much better do without sugar and
coffee than to be out of PERUNA.
—Try Geo, H. Wolfe's "charcoal tin"
cans for fruit. This make will last longer
than any other.
—Millers in the neighborhood of Mill
heim carry flour to the editor of the Jour
nal by the sack. No wonder he is so cor
—Mr. A. J. Immel nuw carries the
mail from Coburn to Woodward, having
purchased from the former contractor his
—The Butts House is having a large
measure of well earned success. Mr. Leh
man is popular. Special inducements ex
tended the traveling public. tf
—Jack Haverly is planning to establish
a theatre in London—" a first-class, broad
guage, Yankee theatre, to present Ameri
can plays, played by American playors, in
an American way."
—The members of St. Mary's Catholic
Church, at Snow Shoo, held a picnic on
Monday of this week, that is spoken of as
having been an enjoyable affair. A large
crowd was in attendance.
—We had the pleasure of meeting Mr.
R. R. F. Foulk, representing W. L.
Foulk's Son & Co., Pittsburgh, on Mon
day, who is soliciting business in the ad
vertising line for his firm.
—Mr. A. B. Dunning, Jr., of Scranton,
an educator and journalist of considerable
experience, and a pleasant gentleman per- 1
sonally, in company of Mr. .T. Willard
Miller, called at our office on Monday.
—Dr. Fisher, of Zion, is now fairly in
tho field for the Legislature. He pro
nounces his success not only possible but
probable. Well, the long pole knocks the
persimmons, and we bid you God speed.
—Misses Lida McGinley, Mary Gal
braith and Alice Van Ormer are " away
down in Clinton county." The ladies will
bo kind enough to endeavor to have a
pleasant time, and not be gone too long.
—Sixteen couples participated in an ex
ceedingly enjoyable hop at tho Bush House
on last Friday evening. Refreshments
were served in the dining room under the
direct supervision of Mr. Teller in person.
—We learn from the Millheim Journal
that Mr. F. P. Musser has launched a
beautiful little ychat, on the turbulent
bosom of the extensive dam there, which
he has christened Maud, in honor of his
—For genuine veracity in disposing of
merchandise, wo commend Mr. Foster
Williams, now with Lyon & Co. What
Mr. Williams does not know about the
staying qualities of fanciful colors in cotton
goods is scarcely worth knowing.
—A New York actress who plays
"Olivette" kicks one of her dainty slippers
into the audience every night, and a Chi
cago actress hearing of it was so tickled
with the idea that she tried it. Three
men were mashed. Try Harry Green's
' —Miss Gertie McKinney, one of Port
Matilda's handsomest daughters, has for a
week or two beeu visiting friends in Belle
fonte. She considered her sojourn here
incomplete without a friendly call upon
the DEMOCRAT, for which wo return
—Wilson, McFarlane & Co., call atten
tion to the only reliable Ready Mixed
Paint in the market* The Pioneer Pre
pared Paint is not only superior to any
Beady Mixed Paint sold but rivals pure
white lead in its smoothness in working
and durability. This paint is guaranteed
by the manufactures not to crack or peel
within three years. The guarantee is not
only good for replacing the paint but it
will be put on if it should crack or peel
within the time specified. It will be to
your interest to call and see Wilson, Mc-
Farlane & Co., before purchasing either
white lead or any other Ready Mixed
PUBLIC MEETINGS IN BKLLEFONTE.—
It is earnestly desired by those who have
in charge the Constitutional Prohibition
meetings to bo held in Bellefonto, on
Thursday and Friday evenings of next
week, that the friends of the movement
givo it thoir earnest support, and help
make these meetings a great success. It is
entirely a non-partisan movement and
commends itself to the favor and support
of all good citizens. Tho ministers and
the various churches of our town, are es
pecially interested in its success.
TEMPERANCE.—The cause of Prohibi
tion is receiving no liitle attention in our
county. Mr. W. D. Blackburn is actively
engaged organizing temporanco societies
in every township, and reports his success
thus far very encouraging. The work ho
and bis friends have undertaken is one
worthy the mettle of those agitating the
movement, and if they succeed in banish
ing from our midst tho curse of drunken
ness, they will merit the thanks of all.
We have received a number of communi
cations from various points, but our friends
ignored the fact that space is valuable, and
will pardon us for reducing their communi
cations to a suitable length. At Pleasant
Gap a meeting was held, and tho following
officers elected, Pres., Christian Dale, Jr.,
Vice Presidents, Prof. John Bell, A. J.
Swartz and James Hamilton; Sec'y., J.
Finley Bell ; Treasurer, J. M. Furey.
At Pine Grove Mills, Dr. G. W. Woods,
Pres., A. E. Clemson, D. W. Young and
Fletcher Meek, Vice Presidents; George
Dannley, Secretary and W. n. Bailey,
Treasurer, are tho officers of a similar or
ganization. Our correspondent RT the lat
ter place, in commenting upon tho subject,
says: "This meeting, together with tho
rapid and alarming increase of intemper
ance in our midst, since a licensed house
has been so shamefully thrust upon us by
disinterested parties, has awakened some
feeling on tho subject in this community,
which we trust, in tho name of God, will
not übate until not only the uncalled for
fountain of death in our village, but every
ono of a like character in the entire coun
ty and State will bo dried up." lion. W.
A. Murray, Pres.; Henry Keller, Dr. J-
F.Woods, D. F. Weiland,Vice Presidents ;
U. J. Boyer, Secretary and 11. O. Goheen,
Treas., were elected officers at a meeting
which organized an association at Boals
burg. At Centre Hall, on Sunday evening
a branch association was installed and offi
cered as follows: Pres., W. E. Fisher;
Vice Presidents, Geo. 1,. Goodhart, M.
Derstino, W. W. Itoyer; Secretary, J.
Witmer Wolf; Treasurer,'_F. M.JBurk
MH.KSHURO NKWS,—Our town was vis
itcil a few days since by Mr. A\ althors, a
colporteur frotn Clearfield. At e had no
idea wo were such a degenerated set as to
make it necessary for a person of his cloth
to come among us, but since such is the
case wo hope he will come again.
We really think Milcsburg takes the
cake for its number of dogs. The average
is from two to five dogs in each family,
and the canine concert kept up nightly is
without an equal.
Ross Coover hns the "boss" corn. Tt
has been in tassle for about two weeks.
One night last week a cow broke into
Mr. W. Grsssmyor'sgarden and was mak
ing way with his cabbage at a terrible
rate. Fortunately the cow was discovered
before a very great deal of damage was
done and sauerkraut will not go up.
Our friends, Eli Williams and Will
Moore, expect to start for Montana Ter
ritory in a short time. Mr. Williams has
been engaged for a number of years at
coachbuilding in this place. lie will bo
very much missed for he is a general favor
ite with the boys. Mr. Moore is a son of
Agnew Moore, who went to that far coun
try about four years ago, anil is going for
a change of air as bis health is not very
good. Thpy have our best wishes.
Milosburg's little (?) plasterer, E. I).
Noll,is at present working at Curwensville.
Mr. Oscar Myers carries his hand in a
sling. A wee bit of carelessness and a
tenant machine at the planing mill did tuo
business for him.
Mr. Henry Barman is into business
again. He is soliciting orders for tomb
stones and peddling sewing machines.
Rather if/rare business, truly, but Harman
can do it.
Tho temperance meetings here still go
on. Indeed tho temperance party is the
only one that we hear from in this place.
If all places in Pennsylvania took the
same interest in the Prohibition question,
in proportion to their size, as Miloiburg
does, intemperance, sa far as strong drink
is concerned, would very soon be abolished.
We understand that Mils M. M. Har
man, of Central City, is assistant book,
keeper in the Singer Sewing machine of
fice at Bellefonte.
Our good humored friend, Aleck Drock
er, has been away to Gettysburg having
a good time no doubt.
At the present time our friend Colonel
Cramer is rather seriously indisposed.
Rev. Ilerschey preached last Sunday
morning and evening in the Baptist church.
That new awning In front of Fry burg
er's store is a great improvement.
The Essington & Coover Ax Factory,
we believe, is now in .full running order
and turning out axes quite lively.
Our base ball club haa discontinued
practicing since July 14th.
Mrs. Prof. J. Elliott Ross and children)
of Scranton, are at presont visiting her old
home in Milesburg.
Our friend Charlie Trcziyulny is up to
bia neck and oars trying to establish a
lodge of the United American Mechanics.
—As it may interest civilians, we pub
lish the rules, etc. that will bo enforced at
Camp John Pulton Roynolds Lowistown.
Tho boys, as will bo soon, cannot expect to
havo much time allowed tliein for flirting,
bucking tho tiger or kindred pastimes,
nevertheless if Corporal " Spowers " is
called for he will be ready to receive vis
itors. Tho National Guard of Pennsylva
nia is making groat preparations for tiie
annual encampment at Lowistown on tho
6th of August, to continue one week.
Major-Gonoral John P. Hartranft has is
sued general orders for tho encampment.,
appointing tho hours for drill and inspec
tion. Camping parties will bo detailed for
each organization to erect tents, etc., who
will carry with them prepared rations, und
the quartermaster's stores, camp and gurri
son equipment will bo ready for issue early
on the morning of Thursday, and the sub
sistence supplies on tho samo day, when
the issue will also be made to camping par
tios. No bands, except the regular enlist
ed bands, will be tolerated in the -camp
and no flag poles, conspicuous flag, lettered
devicesor banners, except those authorized,
will be allowed. No sutlers, peddlers, or
hawkers will bo allowed entrance to or bo
permitted to ply their vocations within tho
limits of the camp, witho tho exception of
tho division sutler and those provided with
tho proper Juuthority- The utmost atten
tion will be paid by commanders of com
panies to the cleanliness of their men, as
to their persons, clothing, and tents, and
no deviation from tho prescribed uniform,
either to officers or enlisted men, will bo
allowed at any duty or parade. Tho mark
ing, defacing or in any way destroying or
injuring tho canvas is prohibited. It is
thought that about 8,(X)0 men will partici
pate in the encampment.
There will be no drills on Sunday. Tho
regular Sunday morning inspection will be
held in all tho commands, beginning at
9.30 A. M.
Reveille (one Run) •> o'clock A. M'
Police call W A. M*
F A. M.
Surgeon's call 7.-S0 A. M.
Guard mounting A. M.
brill *• st
nrMl, recall 11 *•
Dinner M .
Drill 4 r. .
Drill, recall f> r *
Drees parade begins at Stlo p. M.
Supper " >"• *•
Retreat (one gun) Sunset.
Tattoo " '• At.
Taps •" r. M.
ltofl calls at reveille, retreat, and tattoo.
—Col. D. G. Bush has kindly agreed to
furnish the necessary land, gratis, for the
erection of a boat house. The club as or
ganized some time ago ha? sot yet been
named, but is composed of many of the
most popular gentlemen in town. They
are: Isaac Mitchell, J. M. Brockerhott',
S. K. McFarlane, 11. C. Valentine, J. N.
Lane, F. I'. Blair, C. E. Shroeder, K.
Thomas, 11. 11. Hastings, C. I*. Hoffer, I.
N. Gordon, W. F. Reber, 11. BrockerbolT,
W. L. Malin, J. 11. Linglo, I'. Gray
Meek, J. A. McClain, John I'. Harris, C.
G. McMillcn, Amos Mullen. E. L. Orvis,
W. K. Brackbill, A. Broekerhoff, L. T.
Munson, J. C. Harper, Frank E. Bible, J.
I'ierpoint, Wilbur F. Boeder. The list is
still open and persons wishing to connect
themselves with tho organization can ap
ply to Dr. J. M. Broekerhoff". The boat
house is to be an olegant affair fitted up in
suitable style for the reception of ludies,
for whose benefit a special boat will be so
—Half an hour spent in the grocery
store of Sochler & Co., will give one an
idea of tho immense proportions of the
provision trade in Bellefonte. The stock
is so arranged as not only to be at all times
accessible to clerks, and tkus facilitate
purchasing, but in such a tasty manner as
to cause beholders to compliment the skill
displayed. The consumers of groceries
will find this tho most reliable house in
town. Remember they sell anything edi
ble at rock bottom prices.
—Miss Nettie Pifer, of Howard town
ship, an accomplished and attractive lady,
rendered herself of some practical use to her
brother, ono of the most enterprising farm
ers of that section, by assisting in harvest
ing this year's grain crop, which was
spread over 76 acres. She did the driving
from first to last, and the manner in which
she controlled tho fiery steeds entitles her
to tho proud distinction of being Centre
county's most successful lady driver.
—Mr. D. F. Taylor, of College town
ship, a prominent candidate for the Legis
lature, called upon us yesterday and au
thorized tho annonncement of his name.
Ho has been a life-long Democrat, never
asked anything at tho hands of the party,
and if chosen to represent Centre county
in the next Legislature in all probability
his work will merit the approbation of his
—Thirty arrivals at the Bush House on
Tuesday, these with tho fifty permanent
boarders gavo the house the appearance of
being full to overflowing, yet Mr. Teller
and his second in command, the genial,
jovial, gentlemanly Ham, both declare
thore is room for many more. The laundry
and livery are both complete and superior
to any in the county, they having been
recently newly refitted and improved in
—Loch's are hooping 'er up, and tho
many customers constantly at their eoun
ters confirms the bolief that thoy are boing
tendered the support of purchasers who
look to their own interests in buying.
This firm deals in everything and in se
curing tmall profits on each item told, tho
aggregate is sufficient to satisfy them.
—The first law of nature is self-preser
vation ; bat to do it she needs FXRUNA.
ENTKKI'RIHK.—Among tho many busy
industries with which Bellefonto is favored
wo know of none of more general interest
than tho furnituro establishment of It. 11.
Bpangler & Co. Those gentlemen have by
dogroes won the entire confidence of the
general public, and to-day are as anxious
as they ever were to please all, and give
perfect satisfaction. Among the numerous
articles handled by them we noticed:
Parlor suits, bod room suits, lounges, mar
ble top tables, odd piccos, side boards,
spring beds, mattresses, bolsters, pillows,
their own make extension tables, etc., etc.
In tho undertaking line they are especially
prepared to attend to all business entrusted
to their cure. Their lutcst addition to this
department is a patent "cooling board,"
whieh it would be well for all to see even
though they may have no immediate per
sonal use for it. Mr. Henry Swartz, one
of the most skillful and best cabinet mak
ers in Centre county has the mechanical
department in charge. Parties going to
housekeeping can fit themselves out cheap
ly, comfortably and speedily. Office and
salesroom opposito Bush House.
TIIK CENTRE COUNTY SABIIATII-.SCIIOOL
Association belongs to tho Sunday-school
workers of all denominations in Centre
Its records for tho last twelve years show
that every denomination without excep
tion has been actively represented in the
offices und duties of the association. It
is the only organization in the county that
offers to all, without distinction, an oppor
tunity for mutual conference in reference
to the one work of Bible study and teach
Many witnesses will cheerfully testify
that the Conventions and Institutes hold
by the Association have been very delight
The thirteenth annual convention will
be held August 17th, in the Centre Hiii
Presbyterian church. It is intended to
make this meeting in point of interest,
if possible, a little in advunce of any sim
ilar meeting yet held in the county. All
preachers arc delegates ex-officio without
appointment or special invitation. Fur
ther particulars will be given next week.
SPRING MILLS ITEMS.—Since my last
the farmers have hero housed their bay,
und are now busy denuding the grain
fields. The hay crop in this part of Penns
Valley was unusually good. Some farm
ers report having stored awny one bun.
dred loads. Others left fields uncut, their
barns being full.
Bev. James Wilson, 11. 11., of New
York, son of the venerable Peter Wilson,
of this placo, is at home spending his sum
mer vacation. Two of his sons are with
him, and Mrs. Wilson is expected in a
few days. On last Sabbath evening he
treated the people of this vicinity to one
of his characteristic sermons. The church
was crowded with attentive listeners.
Quite a number of summer visitors are
rusticating at this place.
Prof. Reiter reopened bis Academy
last Monday ; hope ho may havo a full
Mr. I. J Grenoble has issued notices
that on and after Monday, July 17, be
will bring prices down to the lowest basis,
and sell exclusively on the cash system.
Mr. Al. Miller and wife, of Tyrone, arc
visiting their parents. Tho serious illness
of Mr. James McUormick, of near Cen
tre Hall, wus tho cause of their present
visit, Mrs. Miller being u daughter of Mr.
PLEASANT GAP JOI TlNGS.—llay making
and harvesting are about over in our
vicinity, and a general good feeling per
vudes tho farming community, both as to
(he good crops, bay especially, and tho
splendid weather which we had.
Last Sunday evening Mr. Josiah Zeigler
and Miss Elmira Stone, two of our gay
young poople, were united in matrimony,
by Rev. Laurie, ,of Bellefonto, Hence
forth they will bo two souls with but a
single thought, two hearts that beat as one.
We sincerely congratulate them.
The festival was very much of a success,
being conducted entirely by a few of the
honest ladies of the place, none of the
gentlemen had anything to do with the
executive or linanceering department.
Miss Alpha Gorman has gone on an ox
tended visit to tho southern and eastern
part of this Stuto and Maryland.
Well 1 John, the tombstone man, has
really left us for good, having gone to
lowa to join his wifo who lias been visit
ing there for nearly A year. They Imd
their furniture sent to them ono day last
Three of our former neighbor ladie
were with us part of last week, Mrs.
Henry Barman, Mrs, E. I). Noll and Miss
Cora Noll, visiting and gathering rasp
berries. Call again.
Our stalwarts are decidedly quiet on the
gubernatorial issue judging from the look
of quiet determination upon their usually
sunny faces they evidently think that
their candidate's goose is cooked. It is
just barely prohablo that some of tho
beneficiaries might havo some of thoir af
fairs unpleasantly examined should victory
perch upon the banners of the Democrats.
We are glad to say that R. P. Barnes,
our F. M., is once more able to attend to
the dutios of his grocery and postoffice
after his illness.
The Judge says hoeing cabbago is hard
work but it makes money.
Last Wednesday evening Mr. Black
burn delivered a temperance lecture here
in the M. E. church.
Mr. James Noll is soon going away to
Lancaster to attend school. Success to
LIST OF JURORS drawn for tho fourt
Monday of August next, 1882 :
Martin Vleilhoefer, farmor, lluiusMs.
.1 u ol> G Hri'im, farmer, l'enn.
J C Oolieen, merchant, Kergiißoti.
Win Daw*"", laborer, B|>rhig.
Nichol.'tM K' diling, laborer, spring.
•hwicfi 8 O rnon, farmer, ben LOW.
CbarleH Hellers, foundry man, 'College.
Jacob Hpaiigler, farmer, Worth.
Oharlen II M'Cornilck, laborer, Ferguaou.
II L liarnbart, farmer, Bogga.
Christ I loiter, farmer, Liberty.
Isaiah Htruble, farmer, Walker.
<> Underwood, farmer, Union.
II C hire, wheelwright. Hush.
8 T Gray, farmer, I'atton.
Win Wolf, bricklayer, Spring.
John Gingery, farmer, Huston.
Win K Keene, teacher, l'enn.
Win l> Smith, miller, Unionville.
BI) Jirisbiu, lumberman, Potter.
Jonathan lleaa, farmer, Ferguson.
Mosea B KM haul, carpenter, Hotter.
\T II KHIIPH, lumberman, Liberty.
I) II Rote, teacher, Haines township.
Toner Noll, shoemaker, Spring twp.
Theodore Gordon, lumberman, Rellef>#nt<>.
Isaac Htover, farmer, Spring twp.
(Ictrge 8. Gray, farmer, llalfmoou.
E C Woods, teacher, Spring.
Win II Smith, justice, llnionvillc.
Emanuel Schroyer, farmer, Boggs.
SI S Fiddler, farmer, Guinea
John Duulap, teacher, Bonner.
James M Ross, farmer, llurris.
John Spangler, gentlenuui, Hotter.
(' W llartnian, moulder, Millheiin
Calvin Osinari, laborer, Harris.
Absalom Mnsser, farmer, Haines.
I'atrick Hooley, laborer, Bellefonto.
Taylor Gunsallus, miner, Snow Shoe.
John Ilooh, wagomnaker, Ferguson.
A H Stophene, sawyer, Worth.
II J Taylor, moulder, Spring.
Adam Vearlck, gen tie man, Hellefonte.
Jacob Rreon, sawyer, Hotter.
Jasper Hrutugart, merchant, Miles.
Adam Stover, lalmrer, Haines.
H G Wycho, clerk, Hush.
H W Bariihart, farmer. Boggs.
Sol S Heck, cabinetmaker, Walker.
•Ldin Brackhlll, cabinetmaker, Bellefonto.
Henry Hale, farmer, Boggs.
Henry lleck, clerk, Spring.
Jacob Brumgurt, gentleman, Miles.
John I Thompson, geologist, College.
S A Mardirall, farmer, Benner.
H W Shivery, farmer, Ferguson.
Jacob Garbrii k, jr., farmer, Marion.
Snyder I> Tobias, cleik, Millheiin.
WHI Bright, farmer, Haines.
Luther Swariz, farmer, Walker.
Hugh Glenn, farmer, Huston.
N 11 Williams, teacher, Huston.
John W Smith, teacher, Howard IJro.
U F Vearick, farmer. Fergu-on.
G W Stover, jr., saddler, Millheiin Boro.
John Walter, laborer, Boggs
Robert Beirly, wheelwright, Roggs.
A Lnporte, carpenter, Ferguson.
Thomas Snyder, engineer, Lib- ity.
Aaron Leit/.el, huckster, Miles.
To ref/iilate the holding if, und to prevent
frauds in, the primary elections of the
several political parties in the common
wealth of Pennsylvania.
SUCTION 1. lie if enacted, .(•<•., That from
and after the passage of this act it shall be
lawful and it is hereby made the duties of
the judge?, inspectors and clerks or other
officers, of the primary elections, meetings
or caucus held for the purpose of nominat
ing candidates for state, city and county
offices within the commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, before entering upon the dis
charge of their duties, severally to take
and subscribe to an oath or affirmation in
the presence of each other in form as fol
lows, namely : "I (A B) do that I
will as judge, inspector or clerk (as the
case may be) at the ensuing election, im
partially and faithfully perform my duties,
in accordance with tho luws and constitu
tion of the commonwealth of Pennsylva
nia, and in accordance with the rules and
regulations adopted by the purlv of
the county of for the government of
tho said primary elections, meetings or
caucus, to the best of my judgment and
abilities the oath or affirmation shall be
first administered to the judge by one of
the inspectors, then the judge so qualified
shall administer tho oath or affirmation to
the inspectors and clerks, and may ad
minister tho outh to any elector offering
to vote as to his qualifications to vote at
such an election.
SECTION 2. If any judge, inspector,
clerk or other oliieer of a primary election
as aforesaid shall presume to act in such
capacity before the taking and subscribing
to the oath or affirmation required by this
act, he shall on conviction be fined not ex
ceeding two hundred dollars ; and if any
judge, inspector, clerk or other officer,
when in the discharge of his duties as such,
thai 1 willfully disregard or violate the pro
visions of any rule, duly made by the
said party of county for the gov
ernment of the primary elections of the
party, he shall on conviction be fined not
exceeding two hundred dollars ; and if any
judge or inspector of a primary election as
uforesaid shall knowingly reject the vote
of any person entitled to voto under the
rules of the said party, or shall know
ingly receive the vote of any person or
persons not qualified as aforesaid, shall on
conviction bo fined not excoeding two hun
dred dollars; and if any judge, inspector,
clerk or other officer of a primary election
as aforesaid shall be guilty of any willful
fraud in the discharge of his duties, by de
stroying or defacing ballots, adding bal
lots to the poll, other than those lawfully
voted, by stuffing the ballot box, by false
counting, by making false returns or by
Hny act or thing whatsoever, tho person so
offending shall be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor, and upon conviction shall be
fined not exceeding five hundred dollars or
imprisoned not exceeding one year, or
boll), or cither, at the discretion of the
All nets or parts of acts of assembly in
consistent with this act are horcby repeal
ed, except in counties or cities where
special acts are in force for tho same pur
pose: Provided, That tho provisions of
this act shall entail no exponse to the
APPROVED— TIio 29th day of June, A.
D. 1881. HKKRY M. HOTT.
—The wedding day appointed was,
The wedding clothos provided,
But ere the day did come, alas I
He sickened, and he die did.
All because he failed to purchase clothing
from Lewin. Calamities of this kind
never bother any whose clothing bears the
imprint "from the Philadelphia Branch,
—There will be a mooting of Centre
County l'omona Orange at Centre Hall,
Wednesday, August!, 1882.
•T. A. KEI,I,EB, Sec.
—Miss Maggie Tomkinson, of Philadel
phia, on Thursday of last week, urrived
here hs the guest of Miss Constance Rich
ard, of Lamb street.
—Mr. C. O. McMillen, of the Brocknr
hoff House has returned, after an absence
of two weeks, spent mainly in Dayton,
—Dr. J no. I). Wingate, of Carbondale,
will shortly open dental headquarters at
the residence of Mr. R. Rerryhill, Ileech
Creek. The Dr. will remain there to ac
commodate former patients, who can ad
dress as above if they see lit.
—Much of the uneasiness, caused by the
heated condition of the atmosphere, could
he completely avoided if they who suffer
were to drink Geyser water, on draught at
teller's drug store. Wc have been and
are still using it and can cheerfully and
conscientiously testify to its merits.
If yOU want a good cool gla c s of
Philip Best's Milwaukee beer, and a free
lunch every morning, and Saturday even
ing, from 'J to 11, call at the Butts' House,
P. X. LEHMAN, Prop'r.
—Special inducements for Fall and
\\ inter clothing during the Summer
27-tf MONTGOMERY A Co., Tailors.
• —Township and borough committees, to
conduct the primary elections, August •*.,
Bollcfonte—N. W.—W. P. Reber, S
T. Shugert, D. '/.. Kline.
Bellefonto—S. W.—Charles Smith, Jno.
Holler, Kdward Brown, Jr.
Bcllelontc—W. W.—James Schofield,
Olio Meek, William Glenn.
Howurd Borough—Howard Britklev
11. A. Moore, A.J. Weber.
Milesburg—C. K. Kssington, George
Campbell, O. P. Kreaujer.
Millhcim—A. Walters, JamesC. Smith,
W. K. Alexander.
Philipsburg—D. W. Holt.
Unionville—J. C. Smith, B. V. Brisbin,
Benner—Uriah Stover, James Hender
son, George Markie.
_ Boggs—Charles A. M'Laughlin, Col. J.
F. Weaver, Haste Lyman,
_ Burnside —\\ illiam Hippie, Bernard
Veidefl'er, John Mulholland.
College—Frank Taylor, Jumes Gilliland,
Curtin—Frederick Rohb, Michell Leath
ers, William M'Closkey.
Ferguson—Old.—A. J. Orendorf, J. P.
Krcbs, Gorge W. liomun.
Ferguson—Now—J. 11. Heberling, D.
11. Kuselnborden, Levi Walker.
Gregg—South—M. L. ltishel, E. C.
Krumrine, H. B. Herring.
Gregg—North—Benj. Limbert, John
Rosstnan, Franklin Yearick.
Haines—J. Wilson Russel, John J. Orn
dorf, George Bower.
Halt Moon—A. T. Gruy, John Ward.
Howard—David Tanycr, John Glenn,
Huston—John (j. Miles, Daniel Irvin,
Liberty—W. 11. Gardner, Daniel Bit
nor, John H. stover.
Marion—J. J. Hoy, Samuel R. Gettig,
Lewis S. Jackson.
Miles—Geo. llaines, James P. Franck,
l'atton—D. L. Meek, P. A. Sellors,
Ponn—ll. E. Duck, Andrew Stover,
Potter—South—George W. Spanglcr,
William A Kerr, Joseph Gilliland.
Potter—North—J. Witmer Wolf, Ellis
Hosterman, John Grove.
Rush—William Qullen, John O'Neil,
.Snow Shoe—William Haines, Michael
llaley, A. C. Ilinlon.
Spring—T. M. Barnhart, John Gar
brick, John Noll.
Taylor—Vinton Beckwith, Hiram Blow
ers. Samuel Hoover.
Union—Christian Hoover, John 11.
Stover, S. K. Emcrick.
Walker—Andrew Kreamer, Joseph J.
Dunkle, A. A. Pletclior.
Worth—W. G. Morrison, John Roese,
W. H. Williams.
By order of the County Committee.
H. A. MCKKK, K. 11. FORSTKR,
KICK—'WILSON.—Ai tin- residence of lftr K.-U-r
nmn, near KMmsant Gap, on the lHth hy Rev.G. Ii-
Penepacket, Mr. John G Rick and Miss i'or* B. il~
wni, hoih of liellcfonte.
Wo are nnlhori/cd to announce that JOHN A.
WOODWARD, of Howard township, will lie a candi
date for the Legislature, subject to tho decision of
the Democratic Count? Convention.
We are authorized to aunonnco that HENRY
MEYER, of Mllea towrnahip. w ill be a candidale for
flic legislature, subject to the decision of tho Donne
cratic County Convention,
Wo are authorized to announce that I)r. P. 8. FISH
ER, of Walker township, will be a candidate for the
legislature. subject to the decision of tlic Deinorratic
We are authorised to announce that D. F. TA Yl.ult,
of College township will lie a candidate for the Legisla
ture, subject to the ilecisiuu of the Democratic County
Bollefonte Grain Market. I
BcLLiroNVt, Jnly IS, lftftl. ■
Corrected weekly by T. R. Reynolds dOu.
Wheat—white, per bushel.. „ —...11 9H
" red, •• " 1 ;
Corn—ears, per bushel .Hi
" shelled, per bushel-..,..... - _ HA
Oats, per bushel...., ;>o
Barley, per hnehct ....... Tsi
Clover Seed, pur pound .1
Flour, wholesale, per bbl., Boiler. 7 00
" per sack, " ....................... 2 tsl
Plaster, ground, per ton- - 0 00
Corrected weekly by Harper Brothers.
Apples,dried, per pound —8
Cherries, dried, per pound, seeded 10
Beans per quart It
Frealt butter per pound l5
Chickens per pound...
Cheese per pound - 15
Country liams per pound 15
Hams,sugar cared..—...— — IT
Lard tier pound - 14
Xggß perdos 20
potatoes per bashel 125
Dried beof. - 18