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Thursday Morning, September, 14,1882.
OofcAHPOXDBNrB, containing Important nw •"licit
•d from any part of the county. No comtuunkailtjii-
UUIPM accompanied hy the real nam* 01 tae
NINTH ANNUAL PU NIC O TUX
TRONH or HUSBANDRY or CKNTRK COUN
TY will bo held on the top of Nittany
Mountain, near Centre llall, on Thursday
the 21st of September. Thoro will bo
speaking from tho main stand during the
day by Col. V. E. Piolett, of Bradford
county, Hon. A. O. Curtin, of Bellefonte,
and others. All aro cordially invited to
j-To-day is the Jewish New Year.
—For kidney and polvic difficulties take
—Union county is going to havo a large
agricultural exposition, commencing Oc
—Jatnes B. M'Bath succeeds J. J. Gal*
braith as city editor of tho Willlnmsport
Oatfttf- .J- Kullrtin.
—September 20 has been named as tho
dato of the next piano fund concert.
Hunt up your tickets.
Fifty-one new members will be admit
ted into full membership at the M. K.
church next Sunday evening.
—The festival of the ladies of the Luth
eran church, held tho latter part of la.-'
week netted tho church about $225.
The county commissioners have con
cluded to repair tho court house roof in
stead of putting on an entire new one.
—Miss Kate Schaeffer, of Nittany, on
Tuesday, entered Luthervillo (Md.) Sem
inary, where she expects to complete her
—The Lock llavcn young man will be
sorely taxed during tho coming season, a*
entertainments will be given every other
—A picnic and festival will be held at
Penns Valley Cave, under tho direction of
tho Farmer's Mills Band, on Saturday.
A good time is anticipated.
—Have you seen the Y. M. C. A. R'c
<nil Is it not neat 7 Since its issue we
have been gently blowing the glory off" the
shoulders of our job printer.
—Prof A. Girod,of Milesburg, is ores
nixing a class in vocal music at Valen
tine's forge. We trust he may receive the
aid of a sufficient number to insure his suc
—Williamsport's mail carriers : E. M.
Seigfried, Geo. W. Andrews, Wm. H
Hicks, John S. Leinbach, B. Harry Ufde
graffand Charleo O'Brien, (colored.) Now
look out for Hubbell.
—lt is thought a now school will ho or
ganized by the board of directors to ac
commodate the number of pupil* largely
in excess of what should bo in charge of
the present body of teachers.
—The Altoons T\mn, a now Democratic
daily, i edited by A. J. Orior, a veteran
journalist. It i* a neat affair mechanical
ly, and edited with much ability. It do
servo* to and will meet with success.
Mr. J. W. IIouer, of Pleasant flap,
ha* jut finished an elegant job of paint
ing, papering, caWomining and frescoing
at the State College. It can be seen by
calling at the residence of Prof. Athertcn.
—Prof. C. L. Oramlev, with hi* brother,
Mr. T. M. Oramley, will sell the people of
Kebersburg good good* at right prices,
they having bought the establishment of
Me**r*. Samuel Frank Sc. Son. Well,
here'* looking at you.
—An effort will bo made to organize a
lyceum in connection with the V. M. C.
A. on Monday evening next. All who
are interested, and wish to lend a helping
hand, are cordially invited to attend the
preliminary meeting at eight o'clock, in
the Association lecture room.
—Prothonotary Harper and ex-Ilecorder
Tobias, of Bellefonte, called at the Journal
office on Saturday but found the fighting
editor out, as usual. Mr. Harper has
made a most popular officer, and Billy
Tobias leave* a record such as no other
Recorder ever did. He has just com
pleted an extensive index for the county.
lxtfk Harm Journal.
—The New Orleans Minstrels, who per
formed at Durloy Hall on Monday even
ing, had one of the best band* which have
ever visited our city. Several of the mem
bers are fine soloist* on their respective in
strument*. — Uloomingion Daily RulUtin,
March 12, 1882.
At Reynold*' Ilall Priday evening, Kith.
Secure seat* at once without extra charge
at Brew's store.
—All Is activity in the theatrical world.
Theatre managers have ordered their an
nual supply of brilliant* and the season
promises to be one of the most delightful
tur experienced. Bellefonte will likely
be called upon to contribute her share to
fill the depleted wallets of some of the
"stars," which will be all well enough if
you can afford it; remember, however,
that you and your family must eat, gro
eerie* must be bought and paid for, and to
meet this demand Mr. ilammon Secbler,
whose place of business is in the Bu|h
House Block, has largely increased his
stock of elegant fresh groceries, fruiU,
meat and goodness only knows what all.
Pay him a friendly visit, whether you d#
aire to purchase or not, and, our word
t, be will treat you kindly.
) —-A well known business man of tbi*
place, one day last week, proponed lliat ho,
with nino other*, should go to the olllco ot
tho CKNTKK DKMOCRAT, uml throw out it*
prowo*, material, etc. Tho gentleman
mu*t have an indefinite idea of tho weight
of "them" pro*ea, and no idea at all of
what the probable weight of the material
ia. Kver since the threat reached ua, our
dovil, broomstick in band, hiui boon sta
tioned at tho main entrance to ward oil'at
tack* of tho character inontionod, and ho
ia considered able to attend to the party
whenever it may suit hi* convenience to
call. Seriously, it ha* rather too much of
the socialistic spirit in it to bo treated in
this style, and were it not that tho party
has on previous occasions proven himself a
cowardly braggart wo should treat it as it
deserves. In case you conclude to do as
you havo remarked you would like to do,
be kind enough to give us two moments
—The Child of the State will be render
ed at Keynolds Hall, Monday evening,
Sept. 18. Tho fallowing from tho llarris
burg Patriot Is complimentary :
A largo and highly pleased audience
greeted tho famous Child of tho State
Company at the opera house last night.
Tho play is oneof tho strongest known, and
the company interpreting it are all arti*t*
of ability. At the end of each act the en
thusiasm was so great that the curtain wa*
again raised. Zclma Yaldetnir, tho Bus
sian artist, gave a strange portrayal of the
character of Gertrude, and the Carline of
F.mma Sloko# was a clever bit of acting.
Under the management of Frunk Pilling
play is meeting with great success,
and it is deserved, for a stronger play or
better company ha* not been seen at the
opera house for many months.
No extra charge for reserved seat- chart
at Brew's store.
—With a sigh of relief we herald the
announcement that hoops, not the one*
used to keep barrel staves intact, but the
sort that has rendered loveinaking u nui
ance and fortified maiden* fair so long,
■arc about to be discarded, at least so says
Madam /.< Mi*ie whose diatates, in this
case, will be obeyed with wonderful alacri
ty and unanimity. But, ah, yes ' but men
must needs continue to adorn their beauti
fully formed lower extremities with pan
taloons so tight that to sit down means to
endanger the cobeslvencss of their several
Constituent parts. Now, the kind Lewin,
proprietor of the Philadelphia Branch,
whose clothing has been tendered compli
ment after compliment, sells will not rip
Try a pair.
—Wo desire on behalf of M"> :r. S. .V
A. le>eb to call the attention of buyer* to
th" following fact* regarding thoir busi
no.** : Tho house w established in lH.jg
hence I* on" of tho old tin tho t inty
tboy .deal iu everything. arid havn in ado
every lino of good* a pecialty,— hence are
able to accomodate all at roamnable rate* :
their salesmen are, genteel and obliging;
nothing advertised by thorn i oyer want
ing when asked for, their motto is " Live
and lot live." and they honestly endeavor
to carry into actual business practice the
theory it tearhes, and tbey are fully alive
to the interest* arid ncc; itict i f their
—The New Orleans Minstrel* played to
a good sixed audience last evening in the
Opera House. The vocal and instrumen
tal part of th" programme wa ex<""ding
ly fine, the trombone ado of Oeorge W
Beck, and th" clarionet - do of .rg" \\
Francum being deservedly encored. The
dancing was very good and f.tr s( rs the
average of that of nvr" pr< tenli com
panies.—Auburnt'iti. Ai.h n. .V ) , /<••
ermbtr 22, I**'. 1 .
If you love amusement and >l*ire to
grow a trifle fatter while j ending an hour
pleasantly do not f.iil to secure your • ls
at once. Admission and M cents.
—Wilson, McFarlane A Co., call atten
tion to the only reliable JSeady Mixed
Faint in the market. The Pioneer Pre
pared Paint i not only superior to any
K"ady Mixed Paint sold but rival* pure
white lead in it* smoothness in working
and durability. This paint i guaranteed
by the manufactures riot to crack or peel
within three years. The guarantee Is not
only good for replacing the paint but dt
will be put on if it should crack or (>ep|
within the time specified. It will be to
your interest to call and see Wilson, Mc-
Farlane A Co., loforn purchasing either
white lead or any other Keadv Mixed
Meaars. \V. n. Felii, II T. Mitchell
end Samuel KUlian,of attend
ed the aoldier'a re-union on Saturday.
Our friend, Mr. W. W. Trout, of the Free
Freaa, had the party In charge. He with
Mr. Mitchell favored ua by calling upon
the DEMOCRAT in the evening. The /Veaa
la one of the livlieat, beat conducted and
ableel youngatera of Central Pennsylvania,
and we heartily with ita editor, and all
connected therewith, abundant tucceea.
—A pbyaician aay* It'a unhealthy to run
up ataira. That'a to. Look at the hotel
porter. He ia a picture of health and
atrengtb. He doea not run up stairs, nor
any where elae. Not by a constantly In
creaalng majority he doean't. If you
will persiat in running up auira, however,
do ao with one of Harry Oreen'a cigara In
For Sale. —A largo draught tnaro, nix
yours old, in good order. Will bo sold
cheap. Inquire at thin olflce.
Si* hi no Ml Lin I t km*. —The brick work
of the now school building will bo finished
in a few days. J nines Grove's bouse is up
and ready lor the pluatorers. Horace
Zerby, of Contro Hull, is busy putting up
the brick work of Mupt. Wolf's houso
Chns. Stover, of Farmer's Mills, and for
several years a teacher lias left for Lan
Kov. James Wilson, I). I)., left for his
home in New York city on last Saturday.
Emunuel Smith is now mail carrier be
tween .Spring Mills and Centra Hall.
Win. Bartholomew and wife mourn the
loss of an interesting little child.
Next Saturday the Farmer's .Mills Cor
net Band will bold a basket picnic at Penn
Cavern ; other bands will be iti attendance.
The wuter cavern will be illuminated and
those who have never sailed in the cave
when Humiliated will miss a grand sight if
thoy do not attend the picnic. Your cor
respondent speaks from experience, as he
took a sail through it when it was illumi
nated six years ago. It was lighted up
with a great many coal oil lights placed at
short intervals in niches in the rocky
Soldiers' Rkcnion. —Tho veterans of
the late war, who reside in this county,
have for years boon banded together in an
organization known a* tho Veteran Club
of Centre County, which is annually call
oil together for the purpose of friendly
greeting and t<> enjoy the pleasure of each
other's company for at least ono day.
This year the objective point was Snow
Shoo, to|whlch place the excurlionisU were
taken on two trains. Arriving at their
destination tho different delegations wi re
hastily formed in line before marching U>
tho centre of attraction, tho speaker's
standi Rev. W. A. Carver, of Snow
Sh'ie, de'ivorcd the addri-ss of welcome, to
which D. F. Fortney, Esq., responded,
after which Col. 11. S. Keller, Secretary,
called the roll, and announced dinner in
When n Sufficient qtiantity of good
thing* ha 1 been stored away, a Urge crowd
•urrounded tho -tnr,d and I'rof. G. W.
Athorton, President of the faculty of the
State College, u introduced. He spoke
at ♦<>rne length, is a pleasant, forcible
speaker. Hon. A. G. Curtin followed In
hi* usual happy style, causing many a
broad grin to s j.r> a l itself over the face* of
hi listener*, when they worn not on the
verge of weeping as he graphically jor
t-ayel the various incidents of tho war
with which he was intimately associated.
Hen. Tho. McCoy, of Tyrone, who hai
been elected an honorary member ol the
club, thanked it. member* for tho honor
conferred. Col. D. H. Ila'tingt, and you
all know how bashful our handsome friend
is, tried to hide behind a tree when a
chorus of voi< <' declared their owners
wish to hear him speak, but no tree in tha
neighborhood was large enough to screen
him, and he concluded to face tho music,
as he often has far—l death on the bloody
fiel l, and pr- luce| a decidedly favorable
impreci'-r, His talk was patriotic, cheer
ing and consoling to the friends of deceas
ed soldiers Mr. Abram Jeroid then pre
sented to Poit ll'il, a fife he had captured
from a soldier in the Southern army at
Jamestown, Ken., D. F. Fortney, Ksq.,
made the presentation speech and was an
swered by ('apt. Austin Curtin on the
part of the Pi#t. It. A. f'assidy, of Can*
ln, Ohio, followed. MaJ R. II Korster,
the only veteran of two wars present, dis
appointed many friends by refusing to
speak on account of the lateness of the
hour. Col. D. S. Keller read a number of
Utters from alssent comrades exprcing
their sorrow in not being able to attend.
Tho day was a pleasant one, agreeably
•pent and will linger in the memories o'
all present for a long timo as one of un
Know shoe i n romantic 11ttlo place,ju*t
the sort couple of love-lick swain* might
ho likely to select n one pt t> forward
tho progress of th'-ir pleasant pastime. It
bu • number of store* prominent Among
them being thnt of Wm. Grauer & Co.,
whoso modest sign notifies the public that
it proprietor! ileal in every thing—ami *o
thoy do. Two hotel*, one kept by that
veteran hotelist and genoroui person, J no.
G. Uaslo, and tho other managed by K. A.
Nolan. Ifr. J. W. Glenn prescribe* for
tho people and ba* kindly leased part of
hi* drug store to Cbaa. W. Flinn, the
watchmaker of tho village. Charlie'*
friend* here will be glad to know that he
ia succeeding finely making money and
friends, and Is now one of the established
business men of the place. Calvin Smith
our down-town baker, is running an ex
tensive branch there which W ably conduc
ted by two of his son*. Uerwind, White
& Co., miners and shippers of Snow Shoe
coals, bava their office there. We met
many others of whom wo would gladly
speak if their name* could be recalled.
The conduct on Haturdiyy was all that any
one could have wished and we trust our
friends may continue (p prosper.
—We understand that our enterprising
young friend, Mr. A. J. Brown, Intend* to
close out entirely his stock of furniture,
at eott, m be intend* to quit the bu*ine*e.
This wilt be en exceedingly favorable op
portunity to purcbaM at the loweet rate*
ever beard of in Bellefonte. We are
loath to pert with our friend o'er the way
Capt. Ourtin Heard From.
Kqlahii, Pa., Sept. 12, 'B2.
M Bus lis. Bhuokkt it Van Ormkii, Gen
tlemen : In yourjeditorisl placed in a con
spicuous placein the last issue of your pa.
per, you make a serious charge in regard to
the organization of soldiers known as tho
"Gruiid Army of the Republic." 1 will not
stale your charges, all who read your pa"
per know what they are, nor do 1 intend
unswering them in full.
I was not in Beliefonte in time to make
any answer in the Watchman along with
comrades, Ilurris, Keller and H. 11. Wil
liams, hut I say here I can answer for all
the places in which new posts were mus
tered, IJnionviile, Howard, Milesburg,
Pine Grove Mills, Snow .Shoe and Centre
Hall, and say it is not no at any of the pla
ce* to the best of my knowledge and be
In your article you ay ''trie membcVs,
whogo from place to place to organize new
posts, we are informed, carry with them
blanks with printed headings which con
tain a pledge to support Gen. Beaver for
Governor, etc. etc."
Now, Messrs. Editors, no person but my
self went from place to place to organize
new post*, and the blank I carried, or
rather sunt, reads as follows : [The blank
is an application for charter, and is all
right, hut too long for insertion. Ei. ]
I never carried, nor did I ever hear the
least intimation of any comrade carrying
any paper of tho kind yeu state In your ar
ticle, and what is more, jsdilics in no way
shape or manner was mentioned by any
one in rny presence in any such sense. You
have had an informant who has evidently
lied to you. I do not for a moment charge
you with making the story. You owe to
yourself, your paper, the G. A. It. and the
community the giving of the name ol your
informant tiiat he may tie dealt with as he
I am a Republican, will use all honora
ble means to secure the election of Gen.
Reaver, hut never have 1 In thought, word
or deed, connected his succes, las a candi
date for that high office, i in his belonging
to the G. A. It., and I defy any man who
lives to (We me and say I hare done so.
And I fully and firmly believe, does every
other member of No. S'.l, Dept. of Pa.
I could write much in answer to this in.
famous charge but I will ad i hut little
more because I do not know the author—
and because I do not charge it to you.
I paid so little attention to the politics < (
those we mustered in that I can not tell to
day the politics of any unless I knew before
I met them as men wishing to belong to
the G A. R.
Simon Harper snd C. D. Runkle, both i
Democrats, of (kmlre Hall, can possibly I
answer if anything of the kind hapj-enod
there ; John I'j.j.le and other Democrat*
can answer for sn w Shoe ; John R Raker
and other Democratic soldiers ran answer
for Howard ; S. S. Gillmsn, F. 11. llolt
and others, wbo are Democrats, soldiers
and members of the G. A. It. for Miles"
burg, and so on all through.
We are anxious for such an investiga
tion, let us have your author, then we wili
answer more fully.
MKAONE. Snt OKRT A- VAK ORMRR In
your issue of the *th instant, !• an article
which reflect# somewhat severely upon
some of the member# of "Gregg Post,
intimating that they have been working in
the interest of Gen. Beaver, when out or
ganising new Post*. Fearing an irnpre.
lion might be created throughout this
community that the G. A. R. is a Repub
lican institution, I ak for space in your
C >lumns to make a few statement* concern
ing said organisation.
Tho Grand Army of tho Republic is a
secret order whose objects are, Ist, frater
nity, to bind the soldiers and sailors of the
late war together in a bond of social union ;
2nd, charity, to teach its member# the
great duty they owe to all distressed sol,
diets, their widows and orphans, when in
n-ed of assistance ; 3rd, loyally, to ineul
cate a deeper lote of country, and loyally
to the flag of our Union.
Politics and sectarianism are not allowed
to be discussed al its mesitings. It em
braces within it* folds Catholics and Pro.
testanls, Democrat" and Republicans, and
members of all other sects and parties.
If the fact that Gen. Beaver is a member
of Gregg Post makes a few of its member*
a little more aealous, it does not follow
that all member* of other to*t* are neces
sarily working for bint.
Our post, for example, has a number of
Democratic members, wbo would sacrifice
all they are worth rather than vole fc r
Beaver, not because they object to him
personally, but because he represent# a
party whose principles are treasonable,
and, if carried out, would plunge our
nation Into anarchy and suicide.
Kprtng Mills, Bep. 9. JUSTICE.
KM TOR* CENTRE DEMOCRAT : The Act
of Congres* of the 7th of August, JW2,
provides for the publication and distribu
tion of the Records of the War. Kacb
Congressional District will be entitled to
twenty sets of the books, to ba delivered as
printed. It will be several year* before
the series is completed, and the designa
tion should be mad* a soon as possible.
I propose to designate the Central Posts,
of tha U A. R, In each county of the dis
trict, and will be obliged if reporla are
• y '■ ■ • M . %. •.
made to me as early as convenient.
A. G. CI'HTtH.
Beliefonte, Kept. 12, 'B2.
(Paper* published in the district will
please copy. J
What They Think.
We indorse all that has been written con
cerning this place both In its social and
business aspect*, and a* a nururner retort.—
After dinner we strolled through the
town, admiring tho many beautiful priv
ate residences, the large and handsome
stores. This town can boast of the largest
and finest houds to be found in any city of
tlie second-cla** in Pennsylvania.— l'urt
All felt pleased with their reception and
treatment.— Centre llrjiorter.
The printers picnic at Beliefonte was an
enjoyable affair. All seemed to Ire very
much pleased with their trip.— Altoona
The printers picnic held at Beliefonte on
Friday of last week wa* attended by a
goodly number of editors and printers,
with their sweet hearts, wives arid families,
and everybody report* having had a good
time— J'hihptburg Journal.
The wonderful spring was much admired
and the numerous beautiful private resi
dences attracted much attention. fjAreola
After dinner, which was nerved at the
several hotels and restaurants, the parly
enjoyed themselves by taking a detour of
the place admiring the beauties of its fine
residences, lofty bills, and it* line spring of
water, than which a finer arid purer stream
of water is not found in the State.—,Yrr.
A Tkmpkranck Prize rou Hvxiiav
S< Hool*. — At the recent Convention of
The Centre County Son/lay Sch■■■■l A>• "-la
tum, a gentleman whose name it withheld
for the present, offered fivodollars in gold
to the Huuday school scholar in Centre
county, sixteen years of age or under, who
shall prejare the best original pnjier of not
more than one thousand words on the sub
ject of Temje-rance, provided that there
be not h*s than three competitors. The
name and post office address of the com
petitor should be enclosed in a sealed en*
velope to accompany the paper.
The papers must be forwarded by Icc.
I'ilh, 1882, to tho undersigned.
Will Sunday school superintendents
please call the attention of their schools to
this. R. Ceittkndes,
Chairman Kx-Com. C C. 8. A
I'. S—Committee will endeavor to se
cure j nxes for the second and third best.
— J hn Powers and Sin want it distinrt
ly understood that they are turning out '
more and bett'-r work than any other boot ;
and sb -e establishment in this county.
The ladies will I.e happy to know that
these gentlemen are now offering for sale
their own make of shoe polish that is war- !
ranted not t injure the fine.t kid. We
ran recommend this pxtiish to the favorable
notice o! friends, aurred of it giving
—<po * n F.ther, the historical tar.Lata,
under direction of Prof. I-ane was favored
with a good house last night. The pari*
were well sustained and etery one In at
tendance was well satisfied. It will be
produced again to-night at Reynolds' hall
by the same company. Reserved seat* at
Brew's. Mi Annie Reeser as tjueen Es
ther is a decided ettraclion.
WW for your jteaehei until Ihe ear
hold, i rrttrrd by C'al. Smith orriret. They
irill he of the fines' •/utility ami s.,H at right
rttror' s. They will be here 1. ilay or fc>-
morrr.w. 7A* in all pro!ability trill be the
Ia it i heart you trill hare.
—Goo. \V. F.aVon will have a car load
of peaches in a day or two that he claims
will "knock the spots ofT' of any thing of
the kind ever brought to town, and he
declares he will sell them at bottom fig.
Mr. 11. J. tloyer, of lloalsburg, and
Mr. R. A. Cassidy, of Canton, Ohio, were
among the callers at the DIMOORAT office
—lt cost the State to graduate
each student who received a diploma at the
Pennsylvania State College. Particulars
Miss Rose Reeser and -Miss Wyle, two
of Lock Haven's fair ladies are in town
and will participate in Prof. Lane's ora
HdJrN" family I)yes were ever so popu
ular as the Diamond Dyes. They never
fail. The Rlack is far superior to logwood.
The other colors are brilliant.
—F. P. Blair I* seriously considering
whether he shall conttnuo to sell first class
jewelry or start on an attended exploring
expedition of the car works dam.
—A number of communications aro
crowded nut of this Issaa that may be in
serted in Ike neat.
—The Child of the State at Reynolds'
Hall. TickaU, reserved seats and chart of
ball at Brew's store.
—A pleasant party of the friends of
Miss Ida Oerberick metal tha residence of
her father on Monday arming.
—lf you hare not already done so, at
once attend to aecuring favorable seats for
tha Cantata to-night. At Braw'a store.
F or all urinary and female complaint*
—Now Orleans Minstrels on Friday
night, at Reynolds' Ilali. Chart at jj r ,. w >.
—The Chr.ter County ])*mr#ral ha*
entered iu fifth year.
—Wo will icon have MBM important
development* to make public in regard to
matrimonial affairs in Bellefonte.
—Tho mooting of tho I>emoeracy o
Clinton county, at l,o<k Havon, on Tues
day evening, was largely attended and
much enthusiasm was mamfeated.
A HAMI-I.K DCMOKKIKATIO*. lleilefonte,
tho home of General Beaver, the Radical
nominee for Governor, received a good
warming on last Tuesday a week, at the
hand* of the Democrat*. The "oldett in
habitant says it vai the grandeit demon
•tration of representative Democrats that
over look place in lleilefonte. Many pe<,,
pie were preaent from all the neighboring
countiea and the wildeat enthuaiaam pre
vailed. Speeches were made by J. Simp-
I eon Africa, the Democratic candidate for
Secretary of Internal Affairs, Chairman
llenael, of the Lancaster ItdeUigrnorr, and
ex-Governor ('urtin, all of whom were
cheered to the echo by the populace. Ai.
| oye-witneaa aay: "If one may judge of
! Tuesday' meeting Beaver a neighbors will
by a large majority, to elect him to nav
al home The printer a jpic-nic took u
I over there on Friday and the Democrats
j were still rejoicing ; and Mine talk about
i keeping it up the balance of the aeaeon.—
Clear field lUjruhlvin.
—Sfiocial inducements for Fall and
Winter clothing during the bummer
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Diuolution of Partnership.
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It X J t*nlaa. FarUaa hatlag rUtwx acataal tb.
firm, will praaaaf th.ai I, W. n. loot at PbtlftaAaitc.
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Application for Charter.
Notice i* hereby given to all pereon*
wboni it Mt nam Hal imllaittia will ba
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aaiat all Iba rtjhta. IvMMkta a4 of tba Art
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cortirataa and tawalallae at carlala ronwrstbw."
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