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Thursday Morning, November, 23,1882.
OoftAMroxnsnoi, containing lnixirt*nt n*w*. •oltrtt
•d from any pari of tha countjr. No rominuiilr*t|<ii
flntartod uulom accompauled ly Ihr real uani of tba
—The attendance st Court this week
was decidedly meagro.
—Mr. Samuel U. Goodhart, of 11 ü
blersburg, callod on Monday.
—Miss Sauors, of Williamsport, is tho
guest of Mrs. Geo. W. Eaton. •
—Mr W. E. Burchfleld has nearly com
pleted his sale of groceries at cost.
—Mr. and Mrs. Benj. Schroycr, or Ai
toona, wore in town on Sunday.
—Hon. Fred. Kurtz, of tho Centre Hall
Reporter , smiled upon us on Monday.
Mr. Wm. Lyon, and a Mr. Pifer, of
Howard, looked into our holy of holios
—Monte Ward, the celebrated hose bal
list, has been hovering in this neighbor
hood for some time.
The Logan Hoso Company boy* are
making arrangements for grand dre*s
ball on tho evening of Jan. 1, 'BB.
—The Undine Hose Company will give
one of their grand dross bail* at the Brock
crhoff house, Thursday night, Nov. 80
ggtf-The Diamond Dyes for family use
have no equals. All popular colors easily
dyed, fast and beautiful. 10 cent* a pai k
On Saturday we had the pleasure of
an hour's chat with Mr. I. 8. Frain,of
Marion township, who was accompanied
by his two little sons.
—To-morrow Hon. A. G. Curtin, A. 11.
Dill, Esq., and W. U. Ucnsel will orato at
an ox roast, conducted by the Democrats
of White Deer Valley, Union county.
—His Honor, Judge Orvis, was confined
to his room on Sunday and part of Mon
day, the troble being a severo cold. We
are glad to know that he is rapidly re
—Mr. Leonard Rhone, master of tho
State Grange of Pa., with his lady, at
tended the 16th annual session of the Na
tional Patrons of Husbandry that convened
at Indianapolis, Nov. 15.
—Yesterday Mr. E. A. Brushre, pre
senting Messrs. Chalmers & Murray, 76
Keade street, New York, manufacturers
and jobbers of cutlery, etc., called to see
us. We congratulate tho firm upon secur
ing the service* of a gentleman so well
fitted to further their interest*.
—Mr. James Corneley now runs tho local
express wsgon that Mr. Daniel Wisolzkcy
used to operate. We trust Jim may re
ceive a very liberal share of the patronage
of tho people of Bellofonte, and eventually
become one of the wealthiest citizens.-
"Jeenis," we're all looking at you.
—At the re-union of the 49th regiment,
Pa. Vols., at Huntingdon, last week, Mr.
Christian Dale, of this county, was called
to the chair, the president of tho associa-*
tlon being absent, Mr. Dale was re-elect
ed vice president for this year. The next
session will convene at Mifflintown, Juni
ata county, Nov. 1884.
—Samuel K. Faust, Esq., of Miles town
ship, the same Mr. Faust that came so
nearly being elected sheriff in 'Bl, took us
by the band yesterday. He is without any
doubt one of the busiest men in Centre
county and without any exception the
most enterprising carrisgo manufacturer
within our knowledge.
—This lime it happen* to be "Al" Gar
nutn that is laughing all over his face.
The little stranger is a boy and put in an
appearance ou Saturday afternoon. His
papa says he is a Pattison boy, and as a
suggestion Pally Garman sounds well.
Now, AI, do not spsre the rod and spoil
the child, but train him up in the way he
—Read the advertisement of S. A A.
Loeb. No doubt the intelligence It con
veys will be a matter of much importance
to you. Tbey do not say much, but the
little means a great deal. Their trade thus
far during this season ba* been good and
they are prepared to meet any demand
made upon their facilities to supply their
—The Philadelphia Branch is alive and
busy. The throng* of customers that
crowd the room daily understand fully
that to buy good clothing at reasonable
rate* Is true economy. It never pays to
buy anything cheap simply because the
outlay is not so great. Mr. Levin's word
never has been doubted and hi* goods
speak for themselves. Try them.
—Prof. A. N. Raub, principal of tho
Lock Haven Normal School, is spoken of
a* the probable successor of Dr. E. K.
Higbee, State Superintendent of Public
Instruction. Dr. Higbee has proven to bo
a valuable official, and if nothing more
than tbe demands of political influence is
urged as a reason for his removal, should
be retained. Yet, if Mr. Higbee must step
down, Mr. Kanb would he acceptable.
—We are pained to record the death of
an old friend, In tbe person of Mr. 8. A.
M'Dowell, of Marion township, at the age
of 72 years, 10 months and 21 dsy*. Dr.
Huston pronounced the ailment typhoid
pneumonia. He had been tick but four or
five days, having done quite rn amount of
work on Fridny before bis death. He took
an unusual Interest in the progress of the
late campaign and the succese of Pattison
teemed tbe crowning glory of bis devotion
to the Democratic faith. He will long be
remembered by tboee who knew him as a
men whom ell respected end loved. Peace
| Cknthai. Citv and Milkhiiuko. —Our
Republican friends in Central City am
taking things comfortably, although Mr.
John Wngn§r, Sr., fool*.badly over the re
sult, but puts a good faco on matters by
being if anything more soo'al and Jolly
than usual, 110 is in hopes of a turnaround
in 'B4 and his motto is like Crouiwcll,
"Trust in l'rovidonco and keep your pow
Our friend "Charlie" is radiantly hap
py upon the advent of u One little daugii.
tor that came one day last week.
The portion of Mr. Henry Musser'*
house, to be occupied by Mr. Cal, Zim
merman and his bride, is almost completed
and it is to be presumed there will soon lie
It is our opinion thai those parlies who
tie stones about cats and dogs nook* and
throw them into the creek might lake them
somewhere else than just at the bridge, or,
else, use a shorter string, so that the bodies
would not float upon the surface, for they
ure an extremely loathsome object.
Miletburg is to have a brass baud, at
least such is the talk at present and there
is no reason it should not for there are
musical men enough hereto r orm a capita'
band. All we can say is that we hoj>c it
It is ovident that McCoy's iron company
have no fear of a business piostratiori fol
lowing the change in political afl'airs, if wo
may judge from the new mill they are
erecting and the very large stock of char
coal and iron ore they have on hand.
County Supt. D. M. Wolf was in town
lat week, and visited the Mileshurg
school* but left our schools in the "city'
until another time.
The new eating house, under the supervi
sion of J. C. P. Jones, opened up last
Friday with a very flattering degree of
success and quite a liberal patronage. We
wish him success.
ijuito a number of our little folks are
sick with measles, and Miss Gertie Else
one of our young ladies is also having a
siege of them.
It is our sad duty to record the death of
Mrs. Isaac Wieland. Wrs. W. was taken
sick last Saturday morning and lay in con
vulsion* until about twelve o'clock that
night when she died, bihe leave* a sorrow
ing husband and four small children who
most certainly have o'ur sympathy in their
bereavement. The remain* were interred
iu the Mileshurg burying ground, Mon
day, Nov. 2(), Rev. Morris preaching the
Mr Hubert Bicrly i having quite a lot of
repairing and plastering done at hi* home.
Wo understand that Mr. Win. Campbell
means to havo his new* house done this
fail. We predict cold lingers for the "Lit
Henry is not <?. iving the tombstone
business very lively now. Ki|>ecU to get
at it full force soon. Newo.
Tiik Jcxiata Vallkt Editorial A
sociatio!*.—The printer's association of
the Juniata Valley, which .mot in this
place on the first of September last, is now
a thing of the past, that gathering being
the last in its history. In consequence of
the fact that the privileges which the or
ganization extended were abused it was
not considered advisable to continue it,
aud in its stead an editorial association was
organized at Huntingdon on Saturday last.
The meeting for that purpose was held at
the Leister House in that place, the follow
ing named editors being in attendance :
11. C. I>ern, Aitoona 7ViJun; K. Con
rad, McVeytown Journal; Edward T,
Tuten, Hellefonto Republican ; W. W.
Trout, I-ewistown Free /'res.*; George
Shrom, Newport Ledger ; Harry E. Bow
man, Mount Union Timet; L. A. Frszer.
Houtzdaie Observer; C. 8. W. Jone*, Ty
rone Herald : W. C. Smith, Bedford Re
publtean ; Hugh Lindsay, Istenl .Yriss ;
John A. Nash, Journal , S. E Fleming,
and Port Crawford, Monitor . Frank Wil
loughby, Globe, Huntingdon.
The meeting was called to order by K.
Conrad. HC. I)ern was chosen i bairman
of the meeting and George Shrom, Secre
On motion, a committee of three, con
sisting of Messrs. Lindsay, Tuten and
Trout, were appointed to draft a constitu
tion and report at 2 o'clock. The same
committee were also direvted to nominate
On motion the meeting adjourned until
The meeting was railed to order at 1.80,
when the committee reported a constitu
tion which was adopted.
Article 8 slates that tho object of the
association shall be to promote liio business
and financial interests of the member* af
the newspaper fraternity, by mutual in
terchange of view* ; to protect each other
against dishonest advertising agents and
fraudulent advertisers generally j and to
cultivate and maintain friendly relations
among its member*.
The following officers were chosen for
the ensuing fear : President, 11. C. Hern;
vice president, Geo. Bhrom j secretary, K.
Conrad: treasurer, John A. Nash ; execu
tive committee, C. 8. W. Jones, W. W.
Trout and Hugh Lindsay.
On motion the secretary was instructed
to have the constitution printed and send a
copy Us each office in the distHct, with the
request that those people entitled to be
come members of the association sign tho
same and return it to the secretary, accom
panied by the annua! fee of one dollar.
On motion of Mr. Mmith the president
was directed to call a meeting of the asso
ciation at the request of five members.
AdjoumM. (Rep* Mean.)
—Tho long winter evening* are at hand
now, and our lady reader* will thank ua
fur a few suggestion* bow they may make
thorn pa* t>lea*antly, us well a* usefully
by engaging in a little work to decorate
their home*, l'iliow shams aro going out
of lathion at present, and when used at ull (
aro no longer made of white linen, hut
either of colored ailk edged with lace, or
of cream-colored craih, embroidered in
colored crewel or 111 rue lie. The favorite
design* ure Thorwnld*en'* Night and
Morning and other similar design*, sug
gestive if repose. A charming novelty
for upper mantel decoration consist* in tho
insertion of a broad baud of figured plub
between the carving at tho top and the
framework which support* tho shelve*.
Tho tone of tho wall paper in the room de
termine* the color of the p!u*b. Cushion*
for deep cane chair* may he made of fig
ured plush. Peacock blue, maroon, or
dead gold velvet aluo look* very beautiiu)
and enrich tho appearance of oven tho most
humblu apartment. Great attention i*
being paid at present to tho decoration
of lamp* and globes. Colored design* of
wreath* or flower* aro especially suitable
for tho latter, and they aro a* readily
painted on glass as on china; but it is
less easy to have them burnt in. Tho
colon, however, will last a long time if
simply laid on and left to dry. For ladies
who are unable to paint, decalcomanies,
obtainable in any stationery store, will
como very handy. Unusual attention i*
being paid, both in Kurope and America,
to this branch of lithography, and wligri
carefully put on, it would require a prac
ticed eye to tell them from genuine paint
—Speaking roughly,about three-fourth*
by weight, of tho body of man i* consti
tuted by the fluid lie consumes, and tho re
maining fourth by the solid materia! h-i
appropriate*. It it therefore no figure of
speech to say that food make* the man.
We might even put tbo cao in a strong) r
light and affirm that man i* bis food. It
cannot obviously bo a matter of Indiffer
ence what a man eat* and drinks. We
know the effect the feeding of animate
ha* on their temper and very nature* ;
how tbo dog fed on raw meat and chained
up so that he cannot work off the super
fluous nitrogenized material by exercise
become# a savage beast, whilo the same
creature fed on bread and mi'ik would be
tamo as a lamb. It may be fair to say
that different kind* of food exert a par
allel influence upon man. Jbey who buy
gr.-c.-ries at .Sch!er 's never, on account of
tho food they eat, are subject to the an
noyance* urn to follow having used im
A f'JOon HIIILI) *t. Hr.wsHii.—The pub
lisher* of Hutl&lgt * Monthly offer twelve
valuable rewards in their Monthly for De
cember, among which is the following
e will give $20.00 in gold Us the per
son telling us how many verse* there are
in the New Testament Scriptures (Dot the
New Hevision) by December 10th, 1882
Should two or more correct answers be re
ceived, the reward will he divided. The
money will be forwarded to the winner
Dec ember loth, 18*2. Persons trying for
the reward must send 20 cent# in silver (no
postage stamps taken i with their answer,
for which they will receive the Christmas
Monthly, in which the name and address
of the winner of the reward and the cor
rect answer will be published. This,.may
be worth S2O 00 l you ; cut it out. Ad
dress HutWdge Publishing Company, Kas
Let it be known that Graham A Hon
have the most complete stork of boot* and
hoe* in town, and are selling good good*
at the lowest figure# ; pile* of besot# and
shoe# of every description. Person* that
are troubled with cold and lender feet
should try a pair of those warm, toft buf
falo lined boot* or shoe*, or a pair of cloth
boot*. All tines aad styles of the long
leg four-sole driving boot#, long leg grain
waterproof boot#, thigh, hip and knee gum
boot# for men and boys, different stylet of
lumbermen gum*, in fact boot# and shoe*
to please everybody. If you want a jwir
of boot# made to order leave your measure,
they are ahead ef all io manufacturing
work to order. Corner BrockerhofT Row,
Wilson, McKarlane A Co., call atten
tion to the only reliable Ready Mixed
Paint In the market. The Pioneer Pre
pared Paint it not only superior to any
Ready Mixed Paint told but rival# pure
white lead in it# smoothae# In working
and durability. Tliit paint I* guaranteed
by the manufacture* not to crack or pssei
within three year#. The guarantee I* not
only good for replacing the paint but it
will be put on if it thould crack or peel
within the time specified. It will bo to
your interest to call and see Wilton, Mc-
Farlane A Co., before purchasing either
white lead or any other Ready Mixed
Make ail necettary arrangement* to
attend the "German Volunteer," to be
produced in this place next week. The
receipt# to be applied to relief fund of
Gregg Pot, (I A. R Mr. Will D Sapb
ar, of Philadelphia, will lead, assisted by
85 ladle# and gentlemen of Bellefonte.
Reynolds' Halt, Wednesday, Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, of next week. Heats
at Brew's store.
—Seventeen commercial men were
boused at tha BrockerhofT on Sunday,
Giikat JOU.MI'ATiox Mkktino ASU
Tom iiLtaiiT Pakaijk at Uowahis.—The
Democrats of Howard borough and town
ship, and the township* of Curlln, Liberty
and Marion, had a magnificent torch light
parade and joliilii.ulitin meriting on Thurs
day night of Inst week. Tho dwelling
houses and hut!net* place* of every Demo
crat in tho town were beautifully illumi
nated and decorated with flag*.
About four hundred men took part in
the parade. At seven o'clock the line was
formed on the common near the R. R.
station, and headed by tho Zi<>rr Cornet
Band the column marched through the
principal streets of the town, nearly,
whole-souled cheering being kfipt Up al
Ihe chief marshal of the occasion was
John A. Woodward, who i* much of the
life and energy of the Ih-morraiy of this
end of the county. When anything is to
lie done fi-r the Democracy that requires
hard work, good judgment, and the dis.
play of energy and ability we always rail
upon Mr. Woodward. The chief was ally
seconded by mar-halt Hliutl, Oardnir,
Brieklev and Confer
Howard Brii kly, Howard Moore, Balsi r
Weber, -I W. Gardner, Ira Leathers,
Harnuel Kline. George Witter and every
Democrat in Howard did hi* full share to
make the demonstration a grand succes*.
After an hour'* marching the parade <!■*-
missed and fully a thousand people gath
ered in front or Hamuel Kline's fine resi
dence, magnificently illuminated, where
the meeting was called to order by Mr
Kline, and on hi* motion the following
officer* were elected : John A. Woodward,
President. Hen. Henry Dopp, of Howard
township, David Hriekiv, of Curtin, Dan'l
llllner, of Liberty, Joiah Hoy, of Mr
ton, Henry Brown qf Walker and Henry
llnrrihart, of Hoggs, Vie,, Presidents
George Wistar and Mil) hell Grrdner, of
Howard borough, and Alfred I'leteber, of
Walker township, .Secretaries.
Tho president on taking the chair said
lie congratulated the Democracy of How
ard on it# very fine display and large turn
out to rejoice over the almost incompre
hensible victory achieved on the Tth of
November. That it was not hi* purpose
to make a speech anil lie would conclude
by introducing the eloquent, gift)d, and.
wittv young orator of (.'linton county, T.
(" Hippie, K>q. Mr. Hippie wa* ia fine
spirit* over the result of tho ele. tion, and
op>ened his speech by referring to the
great men Centre county had given to tin-
Slate and nali'-n. That *he had furnished
a secretary of the national Treasury, two
judges of the .Supreme Court, one g ivernor
who would go down in history a* the
great War Governor of Pennsylvania, and
when he undertook to furnish a second
governor "he got left H>- referred to
the fact that during the campaign p*tt'on
was caiied the t„,\ car,di )jj.o t,y th
publicans, but the boy had grown so rap
idly during the rr mat he came out a
grown man, to,out) bigger than the other
fellow He spoke of the evils practiced
by the Republican tarty, and sa d th-v
had led to It* overthrow, and that if the
Democrat* *nl>-d to retain power they
must stamp out ttie.e evii* and ait h-nestiv
with the people. Mr. Hippie's ip h *'<
excellent, eisquent and we w.-re gia-1 t<.
have hiin with u* in our rejoicing.
The Z n Hand discoursed excellent
piece of music after which J L Njuingler,
Ksq., delivered ash- rt and very effective
s| ecb. A few bowling radical* w. re ob
noxious enough to attempt to annoy the
meeting b_> calling for an xp'ah*tr.in < (
the lat--Hheritt * hill for boarding prison
ers. Mr. Hpangler U*.k up the matter,
although not strictly appropriate t<- a j i
--liOcaliou meeting, and expia md tnst
when the i)eniucr*lic County t' mmission
- rs putilishe-1 their statement and it was
thought lhre were something- wrong
hlmiuV the Hhetiff s acc--unl,'the Democrat)-'
auditor* Investigated hi* accounts, and
found a balance due to the county, that
the Sheriff ha-J app-a <d from th- Auditor •
report and the whole matter would come
i into court and t- judiciously settled. ll
claimed that gr- at credit was due to the
In-mo) raise ollicial# of the eonnty for tak
ing hold of the matter and correcting ail
mistakes themselves. Then he went for
the Republican# and their record of steal
ing, and concluded bt* speach by sating
that with Tucker, of Virginia, Carlisle, of
Kentucky, Morrison, of Illinois, Randall
and Curtin, of Pennsylvania, in Congress
for leader# our party would make no mis
lake#, and that when the great battle of
18M was fought we would surely lie the
The bund played the dead march ever
the burial of the Republican party. After
this D F. Fortney, K*q , was introduced
a# one of the w heel-horse* of the Democ
racy of Centre county. He congratulated
the people on their great deliverance from
boss and machine rule. The victory it one
of the jeople over the hosse* and their po
litical appliance*, our man wa* succe*stul
and will rule for the good of the whole
people, and ree that our law* be faithfully
i x-ented. That the Democracy bad prom
i-ed reform in civil service, denounced the
u-e of the patronage of the government
for tho promotion of |*ronal political
end*, and a-M-ssm-nt* for |>oliiiral pur
p.-se*. and now a* Democracy wa* surcess
fui these reform* mut b- made, and the
assessment business and the ue of patron
age stopped, and that at once a* far a* our
party hail power to do #o or it would be
acting In bad faith with the |>eople. Par
tie# to lie *ucceful must keep faith with
the people. He urged the necessity of
chousing good and pure men for office ;
that it cost the people as much for the ser
vice of a poor, weak or bad ntan a* it did
for a high-mind-d honorable man of good
abilities. That good m-n in office who
will honestly and faithfully discharge their
dullea will do more to keen the Democracy
in power than anything else He referred
to the happy deliverance of the Ib-mocracy
of this H-natnria! Dis.riet from the un
happy muddle into which it had been
thrown by the Clinton county candidate
making sale of tw.o of his conferee#, to a
conferee- from Clearfield county and after
the purchase money wa# in his hands, of.
fared to return it and say nothing about
the disgraceful busfnes# if the Clearfield
■confered# would nominate dim on the next
hnllot. lie said, suppose this men hail
been nominated and eleibd, it would lake
a* much to pay him at it will to pay Mr.
Wallace—and, the difference between the
two is mora than that between an angel of
light and one of darkness. He said this
occurrence illustrated his argument very
clearly. We have for our H-nator a man
of great experience, learning and ability—
high-minded, honorable and of Inflexablo
integrity, tho p—r of any livitig man in
statesmanship. Tba deliverance was to
great and so happy from what it might
have been that of Itself it is cause for great
rejoicing. He said that men, who like the
Clinton county candidate would use cor*
rupt mean# to secure office, when in office
are the power of the bo** and machine•
He said that only four year* ago this same
candidate was running on the Or centra-k
tick at, endorsed by tha Republicans. He
' urged tho people to take warning, select
only true and tried men and tho part* and
- tint government would ho safo. These
f viows were heartily endorsed by tho audi*
Col. Joseph L Neff, „r Hoggs township,
t wa* seen ill the cTow.I and heartily called
- for ami responded in a ri-at little speech,
- J urging the Democracy to ho of good cheer
■ that surelv tho victory in tho next politico)
1 I battle would ho ours.
• - The president thon adjourned the meet
i ing. We take pleasure in calling atten*
l ; lion to tho fa-t that in our dintrict* the en*
" tiro ticket run closer, ami more regular i
- j than In almn-t any other districts is, the ;
• ; county. Much of this is duo to the un- j
tiring energy, zeal and devotion of John I
' A Woodward to tho inter--t and success
' of tho Democratic party. #
( We are pleased to he able to publish this J
, report of the meeting at Howard, and '
I glad to know that the Democrats of that
j section aro so r.r-alou*lv alive to the Inter*
est# of tho party to which they belong.—
, —An ag-d gentleman, Mr David Km
mitt, who resides at the homo of hit son.
m-ar the glas* work*, died on Tues lay
night and will be buried to-day.
—Mr Ja- A Keller writes us that there
will h- n m—ti' gof Pomona Grans" #1
(-ritre Hal), Tuesday and Wednesday,
Nov, 2S and 2f. Those interested will
please take notice.
—Our Howard friend, who sent us an
excellent report of the jollification down
there last week, was not quite soon enough,
the other was in type before the latter
reached us. Write often.
—Do not overlook the new advertise- :
meet of C. Smith, the hak-r. He has an
unusually complete sto, k of Christmas
■ goods to an examination of which ho in-
GJ | FEJGJ J
—ln referring to Chairman Hastings,
tho Ilrj/iil/hfan commends his tneti.-d <f
carrying the political warfare into the
strongholds of the Deinocrsts. And ex- .
uilingiy exclaims, "we larked hut a few
vole* if electing an assemblyman." It
would have been m -re in accordance with
truth and honor had sou supplemented
your Halemepl by the remark that the
vote polled f--r ►* d assemblyman aas
brought about by merciless trading. In
o-r opinion th,s manner of inducing an
elector to tote for a candidate is an open
vi-ialion of tho election law, and subjects
those who sueo—d in sx-uririg votes for
Jon<-s by ea-lir.g tb ir ballot* for Brown -
to the |*-r,uitii inq*ed
—Th" pumpkin pie reception given by
tbo members of tho V. M (' A , Tues
, day evening, was an occasion of much
i pleasure to ail who attended. F--r the
first lime the doors were thrown open to
the ladies and a large number responded,
favoring the assosiali n with their pres
ence. The pies were excellent and in suf
ficient numbers l*> have some left after the
f-ast. This can l-e accounted for because
Messrs. Sellers and Green were not there
Mr. Charles Cook, however, got his work
in to the tune of, we think, one pie and a
half. Tho chairman of th committee,
> Mr K F Garmsn, w -rk-d hard to insure
r a pleasant time for ali and tb- Young
Men's Orchestra did som- fine placing
A M roTaaiota MA* Ark*tkd—
! Sheriff Dunkle has received the following
j card from th- Choif of Police of Kimira,
j Now York. It will explain it*e!f
Jsheriff: I have a man arrested about I®
years old, brown hair and mustache, about
5 feet T incbe* tall, thsck set. weight alsuut
Ksl pounds. Had in his j*sesion a dark
bay or brown m*r, aleiut 8 years old ,
wheigh* about 1200 pound*. f*Ur in fore
bead, quite crooked legs, hind fenl up to
fetterlock white Mare wa*evidently stoi.
en, a* he offered her for one-balf value-
He had sold hi* buggy and was riding the
mare. Please have this copied in your
Jon* 8. Kxsrr,
f'Mitf of I'oltr*.
Rohbrrt.—On Tuesday night unknown
parties forced an entrance into the buslne#* I
office of Messrs. I*. R. Crider A Son, blew
- open the safe and abstracted therefrom all
the money it contained, about Fortu
nately U,e amount of cash on hand was in
They entered tho office of Wa. F Dun
can A Co., through the different depart
ments of the foundry, breaking down sev
eral diKir#. The lock of the sale wa* tri-l
and an effort made to bore a hole deep
enough t<> admit of blasting hut for scin
reason desisted before any especial damage i
wa* done. Their next stopping place was
the office of Berwind, While A Co., where
they paid no attention to the large safe
belonging to that firm but ihstcad tore the
door off a small one,belonging to Daniel
Klioads, Kq , in which tbey found aolh*
ing Hut private papers.
We believe no one is suspected, hut that
we have among us persons who do covet
what belongs to another cannot lie doubted,
and the necessity of a force of night watch
men is rendered all the more apparent.
—Our stork of Woolens is now com
plete. Clothing made to order cheaper
Montooukky A Co*, Tollora,
WALWUT LP-AP HAIR HIOTOKKR It!
ntitir. ly dlff.-rrnt from all other*. Jt ii at
clear water, AND, . iu name indicate*,
I. P.-fleet V. T'K I'IL" llm ß R.-eiorer. JI
will IIIIIIIC LIAI.-IY |... it,,. F R OM tbw
dandruff. RNATTUM GMT Hir t, -I. natural
COLOR, MH'L |.r- ) " I'M FI'!W IFFR.WTB WHERE It
ha* (ft. "it oft I( N*N ,I T NNY MANNER
affect IN.. LII'MITB, which Sulphur, 6oanr of
leal, and 2ilrt" of STIVER PREPARATION'
have <J ,nn. It will T-bange Jii-bt ~r fitdisJ
hair In A LI-W day. to „ beautiful
brown. A-K tour DNNRFBT for it K„ii
BOTTLE L warranted. Smith, KLIR.e A Co.,
| Wholonil.- AUP-ntt, Philadelphia, and
I Hall ITUIK'D, NOW York. J_I V
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J M 'TOml MI M.,.T T 0.1T.1L. . IT, U | J|.
I T'or/Mlnp. 'etnie county,
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SMITH, THE BAKER.
.In interesting bt'-r from Mr. Calvin
S.iwlh to the jetton* he wishes to ai!-
dnltea'i it carefully.
Htll'CfoTtie, A'or. 2t#, IS^2.
/(oiiila if Coods.
SOW that ('h ri*t ma* i* but a month
>li*tant, 1 drriri to an*t my friend*
in moling the u'ual j/r'*rt,U
by the member• of your families and
other* at tint time, by telling you in
this xr iy what I hare for you t > *rieri
Jrom. IhI" good* nr< latrjit invoice*
ordered tx]ir'*dy for thi orr ,*ion and
are rare lomnt. / may a* well toy here
: that on arconot of j/Urrhusing and ml!
mg u t irhobeale, a* veil a* retail, ] run
quote jtric' $ atr.iy brloir tho*, of aim
other dealer in thi. neighborhood. !'<>
C an feet ion fry
of all grade, from the chajir-t FV
the mo*t t j-j/eiu ll-R. Buy and nUhmn
dnds of j round* of it d lily, and to
Sunday nrhredt or ether \orgariisation*
intend ug to eel*brate either C hristina*
or .\<ic )'rar by jrublie rntertainnu id*
(hat 1 am prrparrd to fill order* for
any amount of ,*ujplit* at the v/ry
lonett rate*. / male thi* trade a
lor little foil;* there are *o many
thing* thai leant nnmr half of them,
t 'tinr, and nee uh-it they are.
Thoe who are in town at any turn
for only a *horl time and do not want
to go to a hotel can hare in a few
minute A a romjilelc meal or lunch My
customer*, hare. incren*rd n largely
within the hist three mouth* that Jam
p tying particular qttentian*to tin*
brai eh oj my trtule and now hare the
ui ,*t complete r*tabli*hmrnt of Jidda:
comfort in the county.
is still turning out only first chin*
bread, cubes, tart etc. I tsbr pride in
the quality of work. and the praise* of
customer* cause me to mobr rjwcial ef
forts in supplying cmto*r*.
;(t Snoir Shoe.
The branch if the Bf'tefonie bakery
at Snent Shoe wa* ojiemd to accommo
date my customers old there and a I way
beep* in dock the ide idiralgood* handled
at the establishment in Br/lrfcnte. T>ay
who need any HOLIIIAY SI
f'LJ IIS can deal a* eke ijJy there a*
any where else.
Thanking my friend* for Juror* in
the past, and rtqesting the patronage oj
new ones, in the future, I remain
Mo. -it* High .Stneef,
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1 * t. lot.t.t (it.a tbt lett.r. t..u. U., ,* tj,„
j btMr r.f llnnt.eh Mnnh Ul. at PMU VIEUMOET Veto
l' . i>.c .I bete 100-t. freeint t. Kit*, ft. PmltH
I t.*blln In *M treiablj. n. ehotn *ti pMeom i..rt.t.t
--! eltanM MI. •< IE JEEET.,I in TN.BE | >T.T.t *TV4
< thnee be' 11 y: (Uim* • 'IMMAHAB nil) M.T. KWEU tbe
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Notice of Charter !
NOTICE i HPIT-HY GIVEN I hat an Air
p kwtl.BT Bill to t.". ti. tb* Motet wot l the
At.te 1.1 nn.tl.i,te bbA., the Art el A-.tet-ly. •*
tut led > jwtiti . tor ibe nntpnllie ami rewulettew
of • efteln .or|.ottlint.* H *,~l A|t) Wtb, |e?4, MM)
tbe >n,.|.lee.. thee. to. tor the t'buter of •• tettvwl
ortt .iB.tt.s t.. In r.Ued lhe U-tiVM pilttwle-wt
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..f tbe tuiuhtg *tnl *elU*( i-1 nwl. ore*, end .Abe*
Mlnetwle, .iA tbe *nwlt>rtftHt>A ew4 eelling at *.
*da ft*an l><tuiHt*. at. mal. the fatortfaj five i 4
abet not to to la .1. the eoubtt <4 rJaetWaM.
peew*) It at.la aa.l tor tbrt* j nrfeo.. to bare all tba
tlfbt", t-KI.a.A fit Hate- aftba aaU Art ol Aa
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bt te th-ruttA* ptwrtval ,4tt ti*g • .ewe. mSe.
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