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THE CENTRE REPORTER.
Ontro Hall, P&, TVwd..Tune 6,'78. fiflrTs uvea.—s2per veer, when paid in advane*; $2.50 tcAew not raid in advance. Advertisement s '2ocf* per I tne for three in sertions. ami cents per I tne for evert; sub sequent insertion. Advertisement* by the rear at a liberal discount. Subscribers out side the county should re mit us 10 ets, amtntnt of one year's post* nge, instead o/2lVfs as formerly irAen paid by themselves. Subscribers ean always tell how their ac counts stand at the Re i rtsr ofHes by con sulting the lables on raeir paper*. If the la hie reads "John Roe 1 jan 'TV' if wseone that John is indebted for subscription from the Ist of January, 1876, m<i that it is time he was paying the printer. LODOS MEITIHQB. tttKta* Hst.ul-otme, *as, I 0 e0. f ttry fhurvJATtUblßi ill thu (Md Hill, S ft Vxaatva. ••. B D. S. O. OUP F.it town. !ti,. Ml. r A. SI., *•! e Mdmlit on or btlort IMb fall moon la,to# 0. V Htsu-ni, Sect. n C Kvvu* Vf Vmoamva* Or,ao*. JJo, W Pof M, ♦' *• that' lUll.CVv.tr* Hall on th* !ilur\tas *" or l>*for* fx" nir M sn.t *r*ry two r*k* afirr. .'■ * Keller Msrt*r. UeSUS R*o*. *el LOCAL ITEMS. ——Tho stockholders of the Union Nat. Rank, Lewlsburg, last week voted to res sumo business An aged cillten of Hublershurg, Mr. AYm. Candy, was found dead in the woods, one day week before last. He was some 80 years of age, and a stroke of ap oplexy, it is thought, caused his death. You can get one of the best shirts at Newman's for one dollar. Baity, jr., of the fV*rv Herald, stopped in with the REPORTER. a few days ago. A fine looking tellow. but married, we believe. A choice lot o(stoneware, wholesale to merchants, and retail to others, at very low figures, at Sechlet's, Bellefnnle. A1 so, the chociest lot of queensware in the county Valentines A Co. make a specialty of fine tea* and coffees—they cany a large stock. Sale of 3 tracts of real estate of J. Henry Duck, dee d, in Gregg, June 13. —-D. F. Fortoey, did the orating at Philipsburg, on Decoration day. Pave can do It Mothers will grow w eary and sigh over the Baby's troubles when Pr Bull's Baby Syrup would relieve the Child and thereby give the Mother rest. Price *25 cents- Persons desiring the services of an experienced gardner, by the day or other wise, shculdappiy to Wm J. Alexander, Spring Mil's. Particular attention given to raising celery. St The barn of Mr. CusUborder, near State college was destroyed by fire, with all its contents, one day last week. The barn was new. Wm. Bathurst of Mt. Eagle died of the injuries received in the woods some time ago. —Sechlers have just stocked their store with a fresh supply of groceries, which are offered to housekeepers at satis factory figures. They keep all goods in their line, and ail first class goods. Looking over the list of candidates published, one should think the next democratic county ticket can hardly fail to be a good and strong one—there is so much good material to select from. One thing is sure—some good fellows will have to hold e viy. Lat all preserve their temper however, only a few can be lucky. appropriately observed at various places in our county, last Thursday, 30 uIL A: Centre" Hal!, citizens and children formed in procesiion at "Witmer's woods, and beaded by our excellent band, pro ceeded to the cemetery, under Wm, A. Boa! as Marshal, and Wm. P. Sboop, as sistant. The procession must have num bered near iSX>— each one armed with a bo quet cf flowers and evergreens. At the cemetery a square was formed, when a patriotic hymn was sung by the glee club, Miss Maggie Hoffer presiding at the or gan. Prayer was offered by Rev. Fisch er, followed by an eloquent and appropri ate address by Rev. J. K. Miller, who spoke of our country from its birth by Columbus' discovery, coming down to the close of the late civil war, and paid a fit ting tribute ta those who lost their lives in the struggle for their country. The line was then divided into squads an J marched to the graves of the soldiers, which were profusely strewn with flowers, after which a benediction was pronounced and the crowd dispersed. At Potters Mills the deooration cere monies were similar to the above. The Centre Hall band was also present, and appropriate addresses delivered by Revs. Miller, Robinson and Whitney, and the graves of 19 soldiers, buried at Spruce t >wn cemetery, strewn with flowers. Valentines & Co. have now in stock a very desirable assortment of Ladies Shawls and Hosiery. Leek Haven market, close of last week : Butter. 10 to 124 cenU ; eggs. 12 crnts; potatoes. 26 cents per bushel; chick ens, 50 to 70c per pair; apple butter, 80c per gallon; lard, 10c per pound; anions, 6c per bunch; lettuce, 5e per meas; rhubarb, 5; per bunch; radishes 5c per bunch; to mato plants, 20c per dox, cabbage planU, 10c per doz; strawberries 15c per qt. Rev. J. A. Hackenburg, sometime since pastor of the Lutheran church at Muncy, has accepted a call to Lock Ha ven. Mr. H. a few years ago was pastor of the Bellefonte charge. the friends of Rev. Dr. E. J. Wolf, now at Erlangen, Germany, undet treatment of a distinguished physician, that his con stitution is building up again and his eye sight improving, all of which the numer ous friends of Dr. Wolf will be pleased to learn. We are sorry to learn that on last] Tuesday evening. Col. John Rishel, of Gregg, had an attack of paralysis, from which the one side of his body remains af fected. The Colonel had returned from Milroy in the evening, ate a hearty sup per, and shortly after retiring to bed Mrs. Rishel observed something unusual about bim, but he could not articulate at the time. Upon investigation it was found he was suffering from an attack aa above. A twelve-year old son of Mr. Aaron M aize of Union township, Union co„ had his right foot torn off on the 16th inst., un der the following circumstances .• He and hie father were engaged in dragging logs. As ono of the logs was rolling down, the | horse frightened and dashed away, the boy's foot being caught by the chain or] hook—and in thia manner be was dragged j across a twenty acre field at a fearful speed and bis foot torn off, as stated above and his head cut and body badly bruised. When picked up he presented a sad sight, all at hand fearing that he would die. The following day this physician and several associates amputated the limb a few inches •above the ragged wound, and at last ac counts the boy was represented to be com fortable and will recover. — Mif. Tel. Try Dinges' Tobacco. cheap— work equal to any in the city, go to HeislePa Bellefonte Marble Works. Mr. Heisler is a city workman himself. Sechler's still occupy the top rung on the ladder for cheap groceries and keep the moit complete and best conducted grocery in the central part of the state. You are never deceived in any goods you buy there. Get you sugar, coffee, tea, syrup, canned and dried fruits at Sechler's, and you are sure of the best. Honey and Bloodroet, cures all affections of the threat and lungs—such as cold s, coughs, asthma, croup, whooping cough, and earlier stages of consumption. Ask for it at the drug-store—it is a standard remedy, which should always b oa hand Un last Friday night the lap-robe, blanket, gum apron and curtins were sto len trom the buggy of Rev- W. K. Flsch er, in this place. The buggy was locked in the carriage house at tho time, and the thieves gained entrance through a little trap-door. This is the third time that this kir.d of property has boon stolen from Mr. Fischer. Reward of $'J& is offered for the thieves. Same night some shirts were stolen from the premises of Mr. Jnc, Ar nev, and the cellar of Moses Richard en tered and pics and bread stolen. And on same night a shot gun and pouch, that was in Mr. Overdorf s buggy in the stable was also stolen, and tho lining cut out of the buggy top and carried off. Barnes' store, at Pleasant tiap, was robbed on last Saturday night, vjuanli ties of dry goods, boots, etc., were found scattered around outside and a lot of to bacco carried off. The fellows who robbed Barnes' store gained entrance by boring holes through the back part until an opening was had ! arge enough to creep through. This is the third time this store has been robbed. J. 11. Miller, Dr. Alexander, How. Smith and O. Van Felt, spent decoration along one of our mountain streams. We did not know there were sny sogers buried there. Roquets oairied in vial, of course. LATER.—A terrible mishap befbl these decorators. They left grub and dry clothes iu their covered wagon and then set out for the speckled beauties. Returning a. noon to tamp, what did they behold! pants, drawers, clothes, all chawed up by cows, and scattered about the wagon ; pies, jellies, pickles and ich, all gone too, even tho napkins chawed into lumps. Some think it was cows, others a bear, that went for the things, and pulled ail out of the wagon, eating what was eatable and chawing up the rest into cuds. AN et, weary and hungry, our boys had to wend their way home, keeping up their spirits by cus>es on the depredations ot the ani- W'e saw a man on Decoration Jay dressed in a splendid new uit of clothes ; he laid it wa the best he had ever worm, and that he never had an idea he wou>J be able to afford a good suit, but now he could dress as well as some other people, notwithstanding times were a little out of joint. His explanation of it was simp y that since the New Eagle l.othing Hall was opened by Newman, clothing has been sold so low that any poor man could afford to buy a good suit of clothes. And that is a fact—Newman has done it all. Go to him if you want a cheap suit. Mr. Jno. B. Ford, fashionable tail or, at Millheim, still flourishes as first class on fits, and is one of the best worn men in the county. If you *t a suit that will make you look like a gentleman j let Ford take your measure. List of Letters remaining in the Post Office at Centre Hall. June I, HCB : Mr. Ira Ay res, I; William Straub, 1; j John P. Sanders, 1 , Mrs. Kale SmeUUr, j 1 ; Miss Mellie C. Smith, 1 ; Miss Aman da A. Heckmar., 1. Persons calling for ! above letters will please say advertised- J. A. RECSUXM, P. M On May 24th, Mr. J. H Barnharl 1 while traveling between Man's Axe 1 ac tory and Hume s mill, was throws from his buggy, by a run-a-way horse and in jured severely. The muscular power of his right arm seems to be almost entirely destroyed. Under the new game law, signed by the governor on Monday, deer can only 1 be hunted from 1 Oct. to Id Dec., and no hunting of deer with dogs Squirrels can be killed only from Sept. 1 to Jan. 1. Lock Haven citizens are making an effort to have the middle district peniten tiary located in that town. Candidates are beginning to liven up local politics a little. CANDIDA T E S. I Cards must be authorized by seme re sponsible person to insure insertion.) PRESIDENT JUDGE. We are authorized to announce that C. S M'Cormick,*E-q. of Lock Haven, will. b a candidate for President Judge, sub- , ject to democratic rules. CONGRESS. We are authorized to announce that D. G. Bnsh, of Bellefonte, will be a can didate for Congress, subject to demo cratic rules. ASSEMBLY. W. A. Murray, of Boalsburg, will be a candidate for Assembly, subject to demo cratic rules. Wm L. Musser. of Penn. will bo a can didate for Assembly, subject to democrat iC"l'" SHERIFF. W. H- Noll, of Spring, will be a candi date for Sheriff, subject to democratic rU john B Leathers, of Howard twp.. will be a candidate for Sheriff, subject to dem ocratic rulas „ „ , George Hoffer, of Potter will be a can didate for Sheriff, subject to democratic ro ' eS - . .T, Ml V J- John R. Bair, of I'enn, wi* be a candi date for Sheriff, subject to democratic rules. _ _ .„. John Spangler. of Potter, will be a can didate for Sheriff, eubject to democratic rUle '' COMMISSIONER. Michael J. Decker, of Potter, will be a candidate for Commissioner, subject to democratic rules. 11. A. Mingle, of Haines, will be a can didate for Commissioner, subject to demo cratic rules. . ._ ~ ... . Jacob Dunkle. of Walker, will be a candidate for Commissioner, subject to democratic rules. J.H. Hehn. f Milesburg, will be a candidate for Commissioner, subject to democratic rule*. A. J. Ureist, of Unionville, will be a candidate for Commissioner, subject to democratic rules- John Hoy. jr., of Marion township, will be a candidate for Commissioner, subject to democratic rules. TREASURER. We are authorized to announce that John H. Barnhart of Spring township will be a candidate for County Treasurer, sub ject to democratic rules. B. F. Leathers, of Unionville, will be a candidate for Treasurer subject to democratic rules 8. A. M Quutian, of Bellefonte, will be a candidate for Treasurer, subject to dem ocratic rules. We are authorized to announce tbnt Wm Khrhard, of Potter, will be a candi date for Treasurer, subject to democratic rUIM ' PROTHONOTARY. G. W. Rumbcrger. of Patton twp., will be a candidate for Prothonotary, subject to democratic rule*. Mr. Kurtz: Please announce lent I purpose to be a candidate for the oflice of Prothonotary, and if so fortunate as to re ceive the favorable consideration of my fellow democrats in their primary assem blies. will pledge myself, if elected, to a faithful and satisfactory discharge of the duties of the office. 8. T. Shuorrt. Samuel J. Herring of Gregg will be a candidate for Prothonotary, subject to democratic rules. J. C.Harper, now of Bellefonte, will be a candidate for Prothonotary, subject to democratic rules. B. F. Shafer, of Walker, will be a can didate foi Prothonotary, subject to demo cratic rules. R. G. Brett, of Ferguson will be a can didate for the nomination of Prothonota ry subject to democratic rules. Mr. S. M. Swartz, of Potter,, desires to inform bis friends and democrats that be will be a candidate for the nomination of Prothonotary. A FIRST CLASS BUSINESS CHANCE.— HAKDWAKK, TIKWAKK AND STOVK STOKK rou BALK.— Located at Spring Mille, Centre county, Pa., the ter minus ol the Lewisburg, Centio and Spruce Creek railroad. Ia now a very good stand, and will be one of the beat in the State tbia year and in the future. The tin-shop alone will and does pay well, as there are nene nearer than Millheim and Centre Hall, both about 6 miles off. We CAB convince any parties wishing to buy that it is a good business point. Will sell store room and contents at first cost. Our reason for selling is that one of us ex pects to be awßy a greater part of this summer in the water and steam gover nor business, in which we have lately be come largely interested, and our business in the Bellefonte store requirmgour whole attention. This is a good chance for any one desiring this line of business. For particulars, inquire of the below mention ed firm at their place of business ui Belle feate. TUOMAB A. UICAB & B*O, SPRING MILLS. Cap Haseenplug's garden is coming out - all right again, and he navs ho can sell I goods as cheap a Newman or any other II man. J Hicks .V llro. areclosing out. sorry to lose our friend Charley (ircM l>aniel Runkle is getting on with his house, the mason' will soon he through, tieo. It. Crawford Is putting up a house on the site where Hell's store stood. AV.A. Rerlin still makes good flour; he has disposed of nearly all of his plas ter. ,1. J. Grenoble still keeps ah"* 1 in spite of late ; ho is determined to sell g odsand hare a grain house too. Satn'l Leitxio is making qu'to an tm| provement on Kgghill. tie ahead San , that is right. ——Names added to list of candidates I .1. 11. Barnhart. for Treasurer, and ti A\ | Rutnbarger for Prcthonotary. A KKSOLt'TK # WOM AN'S FlGtlT. Killing Two rrainjw Hut Receiving Her Own IVnth Wound. Richmond, June 1 -l*a>i! ight a plucky young widow living near Ta*cwell caurt house in this state defeated two tramp ruf fians after a fight which Ciwt all three their lives. About 10 o'clock at night two men went to the house of Mrs. Barky Baldwin and asked her to give them some silver in exchange for notes, efferii g $? of the lat ter for s."> of the former. They scon left, but returned after she l.s ! ret'red and broke open the Jeor and catered her bed room. She jumped from th > bed -nd teld them to leave her room, The? demanded ber poeketbeok, and threatened i lolenoe if she did not give it. She wont to tier dress, deliberately took the pocke'book from it, containing $-1. and threw it in the fire. One of the tramps steopi to got it out, aril she snatched up an axe and Jea't him a terrific b w, knocking him down, quickly following with other blows, dashing his brains out on llu hearthstone. The second tramp then drew a uifk knife, and rushed at her, and stabbed her twice in the left breast. She dealt him fearful | blow with an axe, nearly severing his ! right arm near the shoulder. The miscre ant then fled, leaving a trail of blood be hind hiui. His dead body was found this morning two miles from the place. Aj young white man canto by this morning and found Mrs. Ha!Jw in dying. Shetold her story and died two hours a't-rward.j The dead bodies of the tramps were thrown in a heg pen, so great was the indignation j of the people in the vicinitv. The-e were' no papers upon them by which ihc_, couidj be identified. TUF. K.UPKKOK WILLIAM SHOT IN TWO PLACES WHILE I'AK ING A DRIVE Berlin, June 2. While the enipi . or was taking a drive at 230 o'clock this afler- noon, tome shots, a;•psrent.v proceeding from a house in the avenue Unter Den Pal or avenue Unter Den Linden, were fired at him. The emperor was wounded in one arm and on the chock by buckshot and email shot. The would bo ,-.%in is a Pr. Nobling, occupying apartments at No. IS Unter Pen Linden. When his door was forced open he fireU upon and wounded the hotel keeper auJ tried to commit suicide, but wts secured. The emperor's personal attendant jumped into the carriage and supported the emperor until the carriage reached theralace. Tha emperor was conveyed to bed and rvrral grams of shot extracted, causing great loss of blood. The emperor suffered great pain but never lost consciousness. Up to the latest moment (seven o'clock this evening! no serious apprehensions were felt as to his condition. Austria has not yet been pacified and the secret Aagio-Russian negotiations have made her very suspicious of Russia, and it is very probabie if the present pro gramme is carried out Auilrian interests will be sl'ghted if not seriously jeopardiz ed. Although the Congress ha* been finally agred*upon and will meet within the next fortnight there is a hteh in nego tiations which may yet prevent a peaceful settlement. An exceedingly large coffee crop in Costa Eica is the must important end cheering announcement in the Central American news. M.VRKF.TS. Philadelphia, June S.—Flour ijoi't; su perfine $3 extras $4, family, $5(,561>; Mtnneaota, dos4 ■Vjns'2i patent and high grades. $(aT 50. Ke flour $3, Cornmeal, $2 50 Wheat dull; jtnher, 1 llfal IS, red 1 08(31 10; white sFlGdid. Cora dull; yellow 4fic; mixed. 45c. Oats dull lower and heavv; Pennsylvania and western white 30(g29c; do. mixed 27(d.2 k| c. Rye dull; 63(<565c, CHICAGO. Chicago, June 3. —Cor* unsettled, clos ing weak, at 3f>ic lor cash; 3>V- for July; 36icf<>r August; rejected, 31 Jc "sU in sood demand at 23Jc for rash, 234 c for uly; 23c for August. Rye steady and in fair demand at olc. Barley steady and in fair demand at 47c. Markets closed— Wheat aclixe, UsJ(ut'Jslc for June; 921 for July. CATTLE MARE ET. Philadelphia, June 3.—Cattle market active, sale* 2.000 good t prime, medium. 6(<j<sic, common, 44(<$5\ Sheep verv dull sales 14,000 good to p-me, 44 f44§c; medium, 4(44ic; common. 3(534c. Hog market slow, sales, 3,(1)0; g..vd, 64c, medium, b(a>oic-, common, 44(^5 1. Spring Mills Market. White Wheat, 1 JO Red " 1 JO Rye, 60c. Corn, ears, per bu. new, ,40c Oats, 25c. Buckwheat, 75c. Cloverseed, $3 00' to $4.00 Chop, per ton, S'J3.OU. Plaster, ground per ton, SIO.OO Flour, per bbl, $0 25 Butter, 12c. Tallow, 7c. Hams 11c. Shoulders tic. Sides fie- Rags, 2c. Eggs per doz., 10c. Tub washed wool 55c, ADM 1N ISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Letters of administration on 'he estate of t Evan Evans, lato of Potter twp, dee d, having been granted to the und-reigned, all persons knowing themselves to be in debted to said decedent arc requested to make immediate payment, and persons having claim* against the estat" will pro sent them authenticated for settlement. GEO. L. GOODHART, 30 may fit Adtn'r. OTICK TO STOCK ll< tLDEKft. —The Annual Meeting of tho Stockhold ers of tho Lewisburg Centre and Spruce Creek Railroad Company will b" held fit tho office ol the Company, No. 233 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia. Pa.,onTue day, June lllh, 187H, at 12 o'clock, M. Election for President and Directors same day and place. J as. R. McClure, 23 may St Secretary. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE- Letters of administration cum testainen to annexo on the estate of John Everhart, late of Ferguson twp., Centre county, de ceased, having been granted to A. J. Orn dorf, all persons knowing them elves in debted to said estate aro requested to make immediate payment and 1hoo having claims against the came to present them duly authenticated for settlement. A. J. ORN DORF, 23 may 6t Administrator. Power's Shoe Store HAS BEEN removed from the old room opposite the Bush house to a larger room in the Bush Arcade, for the purpose ol carrying a larger stock f BOOTS, SHOES, ETC., and all goods belonging to that branch ol trade. We now have the largest stock in Centre county, and also (no very best quality of goods which can be substantia ted by our customers. We do not propose to quote prices, but let people come and judge for themselves Further, we will sell the same quality of 1 goods cheaper than any others advertised ■ or unadvertisod, LEATHER. , We also keap on lmnd Summerville's , Celebrated Oak Tannud Lather, which at r the Centennial was awarded 2 medals for r iu superiority over other leather, and sell , it cheap as can be bought at the tan yard. . Also the best of Hemlock Loatber. Bellefonte, Vi may 2m On the mil oi in xt month Gen. Ilu", United Stale* Marshal, will probably *elt a* largo nil . n in • . f l "I i'V " w •ver knocked oil in one tiny In l'> * bint", a.ido Imm the .ale of n inllrea "> 1 r 1 The properly foil prist • > venty-sl* pieci. •f ground in the city of W ill.annporl, and ii the wreck oi l'ele Herdo •fortune.! The property i. valued el two end a >iu*r ter million. of duller*. |>rt 'l it being the Herdlc llou<, new eporn liouie ui u other fine building. belonging I" the great lumber king. Ueeding. Pa. June fi Three men were in.tanlly kilted to day at the iron ore mine* about three in I. from I'opt >n bj the Hidden caving in of an embankment about fitly leel high. Two other* receiv ed .light injuries and I a-vly escaped with their live. The name, of the hilled are Jacob Krver, who leave, a wite and sever al .mall children; IV. Keinvrt. who leave, a wile and five children, and Jo*. Sehenck, who leave a wile an I four rlill* Jren. _ _ No place ahead of Sechler* for pure and cheap Groceries. Duly try em. lA3TRAY Caana to the residence of V J llenrv Keller, in Potter town .tup. May -JH. IhTH . • black horse K year, old with small star in face, weigia about II hundred The owner IS re<|ue.teu to coine forward, pr- i e property, pay costs, ami retrieve the same, otherwise it will be d'l.poaad of according A N DKU. djunCOd _ 'l'own t'lerk. Villi l't tR S NOTICE -In the matter of the estate of D W Willow, late of the township of Penn. dee'd . the audi tor appointed by the Orphan t I ourt of Centre county, to make duinbutioii of ~i< fund, in the hands of the administrator among those legally entitled to the .me, will attend to the duties of h,i "'j,!' 1 ,' 1 " merit at In* office in Bellefonte I rlday n jun .it V UMToK S NoTiCR Jo the matter of the estate f Jacob JJoojtn, r , late of Gregg loarnahip, <4 . tta audi tor appointed to make distribution ot the funds "i the hands of Ik# executor* to ami anionic these locally entitled thereto, will attend to the duties of his appointment at ihitoAcain liellef-mta. on .Saturday, the i'ad day of June, A D IVii J L. SI AMtLfe.lt, jun St Auditor. n tItKIFIt. At the Brock orb on llellefonte. June *bv Kev. J G Ghoeiuakor. Mr. John l>. links to Mus K M Foster. On HHh ult, Wm. Rankle. of Grejg and Miss Annie Meyer, of Centre llau At the residence of At m. l."hr, near |CentraUall. May 80, ltC s . hy Rev S O 'Shannon, Mr. Jos. F Luta. ot /.ton, to Mus Susan K l.ohr. of near 1 entre Hall. 181KU. On June t, at An m>o..r„\ Sadie. daugh ter of John 11. Muissr, ugc<i *\ years. At Pleasant Gt>. May 27, HO, Mr Samuel P Item e> * s;. 1 I'd year- 1 month and 2-' Jays Mr lUntnger leaves n isrge c nn- tn n of fr ends to m urn his fci-, ntaooi, she dearest is a mother, * lfe and two *l-d *l-d a sister. On May 27, Nancy Ma. febarger,daugh ter ot M cuael llhoi e aged •>* year, and 0 days. On 27, r.enr 7.ion, Mrs I>av ! lUrshbcr gcr. aged nn year-. | i Do you want to know who does the • i business in Centre Co., rend (lie Mercantile Appraiser's list: ( VALENTINES it CO. pay 1-18 of the WHOLE TAX FOR THIS COUNTY. DO YOU WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO TAKE YOUR PRODUCE!, ] £ GO, raquira u )qafiJitftj tor - TllE USE Ol' THE FAMILIES AT THE 1 EON WOK JO? DO YOU WANT TO KNOW WHERE TO GET YOUR GOODS AT BOTTOM PRICE*? CALL AND INQUIRE AT t V ALEN TINKS STORE S Their Trade is Immense. Their Slock is very Large. toy-Special I'ricea for Large Quantities at VALENTINES A CO. HUMES" BLOCK, BELLEFONTE. PA. b New Millinery and Fancy Goods Store, at Potters Mills. Ml HS. A W A M . WEAV Elt Tike* n!<*a*ure in announcing to the people of Potter* Mill* *n>l vicinity, that *he will open a N K\V and KLK< A NT STOCK OF FANCY OOODB, in connection with* Large Stock of MII.USERI' SI'RISO GO< I)S. A full lino of Choice and Fashionable Good* alway on hand at popular Price*. Aio llßE^utKina —and take* in all kind* o! Family Sewing. A!o Hair I)roring, Switche*, Curl*, Finger Puff*, and Frizzes made out of Combing*. jlßapSm TO SAVE MONEY ISTHE OBJECT individual in these times, HOW lO answer to this question we respectful A DOLLAR JUDICIOUSLY BPEJfT WILL WE ARE SELLING 26 Yards of Calico for 1 dollar. 20 Yards of Muslin for 1 dollar. 12i Yards ofGiogham for 1 dollar. WHY 1)0 YOU SPEND YO When yon can buy Calicoes for 4 ceuts per yard. Muslins for 6 cents per yard. Ginghams for 8 cents per yard, Shoes for 1 dollar a pair, lloso for 5 cents a pair, llandkercheifs for 6 cents a piece. Neck Ties for 10 cents a piece. Ladies Trimmed Hats at 50 cents. > CAUPEfS! CARPETS! f The largest stock ever before offered in any country store—2so new Trimmings in all the immense varieties of ul) the new styles. Buttons 1 SPRING SHADES, PLAID, AT 8 CENTS, n SPUING SHADES, PLAID, AT9CKNTS. ' SPRING Si! ADES, BOU RK'TTKS? AT 10 CENTS I BPRI NG S^AI)NICKERJfK A S T AT 10 CENTS, I. 'I SPRING SHADES, KNICKERBOCKES, AT 121 CENTS. j; Buy goods of 111 NDRF.DSOK LIVES LOST. IVrrilile t'ollirion >f lUM (IsfEilli 11iinclml* in llie llrilieli Clintt* tiel. May HI Later. A dispatch from liover cotifirm. the wor.t fear, re garding the celli.lon of ticrman Ironclad, in the KnglUh channel, which ha. ro.ult ed in moil fearful lo.i of life. The collid ing ve.ael- were the Kai.er Wilhelm and the tiro.se Kurfurst. The weather at the time of the disaster wn fine and calm, and what led to the colli.ton i. a niytte- llolh vet.el. were under full headway when the Kai.er Wilhelm red into the (iro.se Kurfurst The .hock was terrific, the latter ve..el filling with water and • Inking within five m lnula, after the col- li.inn. To aJd to the horror of the situation the boiler* of the vessels exploded, .(-altering death atul destruction in every direction From all reports received it i. believed that nearly 4(H) person, have lo.t their live, by the di.a.ter, London, June 2.—The I'.tll Mail (la :<'tt say. it it now definitely stated that out of UV men on the liros.er Kuifur.l about 210 were tared, including 13 officer., among whom was the captain, who wa. not, a. previously stated, drowned. KILLED BY A RAILWAY TRAIN. Bordentown, N. J , May 31 —A man named McLawreuce was killed last night between Taylor's Lane and Cambridge, >n the Aniboy Division of the Pennsyl vaiiia Railroad, lie, with seven others, was walking on the track. He resided at No. 102 Greenwich St., New York MURDER AND*SUICIDK BY AN IN SANK MOTHER. ' St. leiut.. Mo,, May 31.- Mr. Thomp - in, aw idow, about fifty years old, highly connected an respected, killed l er daugh ter Nettie, about sixfetri year, old, with a raxor, while the latter was sleeping in tied, at hpriugfield. Mo, Wednesday night last, and then cut her own throat. Tempofary Insanity, occasioned by sick ness, i. assigned as a cause for the act. Texas tends a horrible story -the mur der by a young man of his sister and brother-in-law, and then his suicide—all because his father did not make a will to suit him. Work retimed in wtUujlJtiU ii.m ir.k regien on Monday and vai ll bo con tinue ! a!! through the m. ulh. Thi ought to reduce the price of ooal, but the mo nopoly will find away to put it tip The Georgia fiend who shot a joor fellow who owed htm twenty-five rent# tbould have no quarter [New York Ncjas. A Randy II 'ok fisherman receutlv killed a forty-foot whale with a acythe. It w a* a go.nl aeythe 1 w hale, —l'htladeN jdii t Edison i now employed or. an invention that will wake a deaf man hear. And ho invenUot* are | redacting enough noie in the world t make a> man 4. THOMAS A. HICKS & BROi We hav. a very Urg" and c mplete atock of Hard wore, the largest that was ever before ofiered by any firm to the people ol this county, and are rolling at tbi very o* e.t poi.ible rale. Iron, Steel nnd Nails, Locks, (.lass and Putty, Pure White Lead, and Linseed Oil; Turpentine, and Varni.lo, all which we warrant to give tatl.fm lion. Our Pure Lead will eo * much aurface a* any In the marital tnd eannot )• oxeelled f• w hitetir... HEADY MI VED I*AI NT pat up in any quantity to auii people, from on—pound can* to the gallon eats*, all ready for ue. To tea paints w warrant to he mixed with purd lead and oil, and are free from all adulteration. MECHANICS TOOLS We nay .penal attention to thia branch, ami keep a full line of Son, Chin !• ifarnin r and Hail#*'. Iron Plan".; Horse n*it nfall kinds, TrftM Chains, 1 lame., Etc KILL LIN EOF S A I>1)L Kit VOF ALL D KHCIt 11'1'ION .S. I OAt'll WOOD Wo Kk -- npokes, Felloe*, Patent Wheel, of the tr.i mpmnd pap nU; Mrs. Polls' Improved Flat Iron., cheap, convenient and durable-polished and riickeNplaied. Jobn i i . Prepared Kaßominc 5 put up in bpound package*; ctiily put on, and cheaper than paper. Wo have all color.; S T O V E S. \\ e I live the onlv H- vortiblrt Top*plate Cooking Stove, in the market. The K 'r.ti.ne, .Sutqoabanna end Junlnla, which Wp warrant to be thebci i. r and the hear. COO K ST<) V K "IT 1 s tTiVi I A*S DSUM KSf 1 NTH t'w.ML f) wr>lUm u,r " nl " M * A! *" nllklnd. t flinnge- and other rtovM. COME A NDsEE Of it .*KYNTON* AT COST! SPUING and SUMMEIt GOODS ! In great abundance, at GKENINGEK'S STORE, Cuburn Station, MA full line of general merchandise cart tully .elected, and embracing all manner of Dross Ootid.,J Carpets, (til cloth.," Groceries, Glassware, Tinware, lyieensware, Fuh, Ac., Ac. FURNISHING GOODS of all kinds. llat. and Cap. For men, boys and children. Ladies and Gentlemen call and bo convinced that thit is the heape.t place to buy good, in tin. sec tion. PRODUCE received in cxcharflfo lor good*. Remember the place—at B. UHEM NOKK 8, Jan 31 y Coburn. , Jan. Harris *Y Co. KO. 6.BKOCKEUIIOFFBOW; IIIMIH. IRON, N MLS, P A I N T S, (iiLS.urc., JAo. It A it ill 3 A CO. eHefbnte. . iimiu NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! lll'KllAll FOB GUGGENHEIMER A COM I'. . FROM THI< DATE TUF. COM MENCEMENT OF THE SEWING SEASON.) I. OI'CJCiEN IIEIMF.It, G.fcr l.ii inm oi.'c Stock ct Good#, well aitortrd in every line, each at DRESS GOODS. NOTIONS. NOTIONS, GROCERIES. GROCERIES. CttOTHIKG, BOOTS. BOOTS, SlloKS, SHOES. >]A73 & CAPS, it tuch Figure, that it it a thame for any: one to ro awav from home to Buy, j when tioodt era < fie red at home at price* that will a#tnith the people In tbi tec lion of the I'ounirt. THE STOKE ROOM AT SI'ANGI.KICS, lletel, hat been in -Irg< 1 and splendidly fi led up. te that every ne who gee* In to examine the stock of Good*, it ture not to leave without 1 buying. You will alto find a very large and well telected VTtK li Ol' CLOTH ISO. SWIT WILL nK~TO YOUR INU: W-TKRKST T< BUY YOU HUM jrwCLoTHING ATllliMKtt aa-INSTKAI> of y*aING AIVAY/W 25 HORIIKKED nrd* for el*. 20 Hlnrk Ilri*tol nntnc In gold, 15 eta, Wm. Evutz. Centre llall. Pa. OF EVERY HOUSEKEEPER AND SAVE IT IS THE QUESTION. In ly refer the reader below : W . GO A GREAT WAYS—AS FOLLOWS— WE .17 IE SELLING. 10 Pounds of White Sugar for 1 dollar. 5 Pounds of Prime Green Coffee for 1 dollar. 4 Pouuds of Roasted Coffee for 1 dollar. UR MONEY FOOLISHLY? When you can buy for 7 cents a pound, • Coffee for 20 cents a pound. Soap for 2 cents a cake. PLOW SHOES FOR 5t.25 A PAIR. CALF BOOTS FOR 2 DOLLAS A PAIR. MEN'S SUITS AS LOW AS 8 DOLLARS. MEN'S HATS AT 50 CENTS. MEN'S HOSE AT 5 CENTS. Fiuo Dress Percals at 8 cents. CARPETS! CARPETS! styles just received. Oil Cloths, Window Shading, Window Fixtures, Dress! Gimps, Silk and Woolen Fringes, Trimming Silks, etc., etc., etc. BLACK ALL WOOL CASHMERES AT 50 CTS WORTH 75 CTS. BLACK ALL WOOt CASH M ERES AT 00 CENTS. WOTTH 85 CTS, BLACK ALL WOOL CASHMERES AT 70CENTS, WORTH 90 CTS. ALPACAS AT 15 CENTS. ALPACAS AT 20 CENTS. ALPACAS AT 25 CENTS. It is time well spent and money saved to come over the mountain to' S. & A. LOEB, Bellefonte. fw It. CAMP'S !) POPULAR. Furniture Rooms! CENTRE IIALL, PA. I manufacture ail kind, of Furniture for Chamber*, Dining Room., Librarie* and I Hall*. ! If you want Furniture of any kind, don't buy until you see my stock. UNDERTAKING In all it. branches. I keep in stock all the latest and most improved Coffin, and Caskets, and have every facil ity for properly conducting this branch of my business. I have a patent Corpse Preserver, in which bodies can be jpreserred for aconsiderablelength oflime. i "119 if W.H.CAMP. AU CTIt>N hKK S CAKH. - I'hiiif Teatt, who hat had Urge experi ence at an auctioneer, offer* hit tervieet to 'the people o! Centre county, lie tpeakt • both German and Kngltth, and poeMaaw the invaluable gift in an auctioneer of a loud, clear voice, and can he dutinctl* heard a long distance. Thote having work ot thit kind to do, will do well to give him a call. Charge- moderate. Call on or addreit him et Bellefonte, Pa. 17 ap J. it. HAZEL, < tihim f Maker A 1 iidrrtnkrr, SPUING MILLS. PA., informt the public that he keep* on hand all kind* ot furniture. City and Rum#- made, (*• .and w,.ou .eat chair*, do. Undertaking in all it# 1 branch et promptly attend ed to. Coffin* and Caaket? of ail -tjie- furnished; and ac commodation* with hi arte. 1 apr. Gm. Visiting Cards. 3<l Mixed Carat A) ct - I'd Vlor *l cr.rdt t.ly Jfl* j W \!. K ClPfy.. Centre Hall. IV 1 HENRY BOOZEII. Cl tTRF, HALL. xatTa'it'Hx or i Saddle* Harnett, Bridle*. Collar*. Whips, i Flyneu. and alo keep* on Land Cotton. Net#, etc Price* low k* any wWe cite. I I All kir.dt of repairing done The t>e*i I'Uk k alay* kept on Land. AU work war- Iranted. A .bare of the public patronage i# kindly solicited. II apr. H y ! W. A. CURRY, . ftJi&tr. I CtLNTIIL 11ALL.PA. W ould noil retpe< tfully inform the ell .-.en* f thi* vicinity, that he bat started a new BiHit and Shoe Short, and would be> thankful for a thare of the public natron age. Bool* and Shoe* made to order and according to style, and warrant* hit work jto equal any made elsewhere. All kind* 'of repairing done, and charge* reasonable '•it# him a call MM W fOHN r POTTER, Attorney-at -9 * l*w < ftHwcUor* pmmpfjj mad* aad 9p+< S* Illwilfte rttM to R*(lM luHbi Ud CH pP-pMlj let eat* will draw *si ad hara • < h*."* Iwdfwd lMmd# MwlflfM A liitautMlb Mo?"*)* ®f I' • lAd court ImMM. lieUefohle eaclttMPff I Harness. Saddles. &c. Tb# •®dr*4f*>wd. dsiwri* l—4 to i#t lb* pwpwUr I*4 lW* ptricwv*. pN>p(K I! ttlij C4kik Lbt *IUNB' 1 vkrft of Lit lo kildA of HIUU.EKY now csffarwd st Uod Ib*sftiod Mtftoclllf for ! !!*• Uipm. lb* loroowl Mod *.<*•! ; !o4 coMsplot® in*w#rtMKßt of KsiMW Htrasss, (#llu" I HridiM. of doK rtpDaa ijAlig . Whips. s&4 in Isri • er>li inj: to on—filoto >im * irnsm maLwi awb 3Kt t.br mm ufcrs olpskcos shwli wllltmlt tLw tr>r*. JAU)H IHKUM Ottlrs Hsll , V I 1 \ t iwal .bit- C ! '.tlf U-M 3 ' I < i I I II cwa'l Pes * ft-\ I ¥ I VI l I I We rismd fMrtwoo In \ I V"ld 1L r.lotr*t4*d fa* llf imbhraUo* la U> mo* Id Atvj oow u-aa Hms a woosssfsl sfwt Tb most s>fw>i * wefba of art ftttn ttwo to wlarDlwut The prtct (• so i •low t-bal al||t?>sM wtmrrtwadj mbarrtltaNk t) i"* ;<xrts mahtaff owe? #lk* In a w*k A l*A? *w port* talk sr.a otraw 4k<t flMtbiDrfbork IS tsm Ail wbc >|t|e mikr ttinsey fast Yon ran desofa all row* . ttOMB MUM IlillßiM. Off Mil r*W WSN tiMMb \w j ' need hw away fn m h ~>n,* over nig hi. Ym, cmm 4 'it as sellasnUsm I ull particalara. d*rwrU*as and 1 lurrsns fre* lAsft>l itnl risilwtHtllt frss Hf l *® ' want fwvtflta! iawmk a# rd u yottr addmwa al <mks " rvvsta adLtnc to try Ilia Lusirrws on# who w gsjras falls to msksfrwal pay Addreaa"*Tba Icnmal. ' !VtlU ad. Malar lawg-1 J Fir#t-cl*#t *ccommo<ltion for gue#t* ' Be*t stabling for borte*. Stage* arrive nd depart every day for all point*. C- T At HI4MH!*. C M Row t& ALEXANDER* BOWER. At-, 1 V lwp*l U*.lWlttoil* Srv: ..I.HM-Htb |lwaa to iVtiiarll<>n and OrplMi' <Vrt nrarllcw. Msy tw rtvfiwHi'.J in <!•—•* aad 1 * la ' '.in > btiMMi my> 'if J Lincoln Butter P -wder, make, but ■ ter #w eel andhard. and quicker to ( burnj Try it—for tale at Wn. Wolf* itote. lit Flora! ( jtrsl>, fl Htylea, 20e. Wni Kurt*, Centre Hall Pa. IMPORTAN TO TRAVELERS. —Til K - BUSH HOUSE! ■ KLUtroXTK, I s, lla* been recently (huroiighly renovated and lepatred, and under the Biaiiagen.ent Mr F I). Mc* COLLI M, formerly of I'm* burg, it first cla*. in ail It* apiiointmerit*. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Are offered to tb<*se In attendance at court and other. r ( maining in town for a few ua v lit ft time*. ~The largest and moat superbly Designed Hotel in Central 1 enn*vlvania All modern convenias.ee*. "o 0 lb( , Hush Lc di, lt>ap F D. McCOLLUM, Pr priet , r . GET READY FOR WINTER!! N YOEWAXTTUE VERYBESI ANDCHEAPEST PABLOR STOVES. Buj the "Laurel Wreath." .Single or DOUBLE HEATERS.) Thcje stove* TWO ROWfc ,i light*, shaking and dumping grate, ar ranged s t ci in at the clinkers. X Lag, r ftw* gas, no pda t /hj ri nut, en aa to let ga into the tu>|*i 'oom. \V< make THREE K IZES "ingle and TWO SIZfN ofl>ouSl* Heaters of thcw jti.tlv poi ul a} Moves. 4 1 tn'OU WAST THE YE ft YBESI ANDCHEAPEST Cooking Stoves, BUY THE "ZENITH." Ihubla Own Range ; cr the "Economy," Single Open Range. Tltcy are ike beet in the market, hate V/Jf ROILER HOLES, taking <u,J •lumping grate, A PEL Y THE BE A T TO ALL THE BOILERS AT ; OSCE. The oven it large and squire, the J,rt tin-lined. The J'LA TES ARE IIEA Ir, unlike the light plates of city stores—COMPARE THEM. Me make a XJ. 8 and Xo. 9 of both these ranges. AH these Moves are WARRANT ED, and you can get repairs from ibe Manufactory in one day. For Sale by J. A. REESMAN, Centre Hall. J. 11. FISHER, Penn Hall. SNOOK. SMITH A CO., Millheira. O. R. SPIGELMYER, Woodward, Manufactured by the SLIFEII, WALES k SHRISER MTg Co. LEWI-BURG, PA. We also manufacture the Celebra ted /.' f ( Kb. YE HE A PER & MO IF ER. KEYSTONE CLOVER HUL LEU, COLES UN I VERSA L SUL KV CULTIVATOR, New Model, Centre Draft. HORSE DUMPING HAY RAKE. HOOSIER GRAIN DRILL, BUCKEYE LEVER CORN SHELLER, Plows, Land Rollers, etc. 29nov THE Dexter Spring 4,000 set Sold last two jears. Ihe Dexter Spring was a child of, necessity. Three or four generations i had been jerked almost to death or had : their spines twisted into permanent < curvature by the contiubus jerks of the : Elliptic Spring, or latterly bad their I necks broken by the side throw of the i Concord. j | [For these reasons the people de- i Jmanded a Spring on which they could ' I ride with ease and which would at the 'same time be strong and substantial.; 4PMIH ISTRATOR 8 NOTICE.— rtter* of administration on the etate of f rdwi*k Kruntrine, of Ferguaon twp.,® d*e'd. boring been granted to the under ngned, all peraon* knowing tbirc!rea ! to bo indebted to taid decedent are re quaeted to make immediate payment, and pernon* having claim* againU the <<ato will present tbero authenticated lor uJo* mani. ADaM Kiit'MKINK 2 n*y <* Admr. jpXEcrTOlt fsJSOTICE ~ "Letter* testamentary on the Citato of George N btiielu-r. ot Mile* lownibip. do* coated, baring t u granted to tie u u <ir *<gneS, all 1 >r n indebted to aatd aetata are requited to make immediate pavon-nt. and liui*# baring claim, agn'nit the earn# to present them, duly authenticated b* law foriettlooi. r,i ' BKNJ. SCHMET.TZER. ' ADAM FIIAFEB Jr., '• may "t ItWlrtm. A&ITs I H nA 1 teT Pure Tea* m B**a)ii Pacbagoa. Auextk wanted trmniut t%eu Zm ~Zm <£•£ ST.. *'ZZ£<SZ. 'tlSSlJT aajjS lMWik tttMNM* Id! All lo btU itt t CMMltttry aUiff. 4raaM. lii am. t. „„j 4 f-ai> u, U4 In <•!. all *e .u ''' ' ***** "antii ib* by MiUaa ua m] writ. u. 1,. . rttrwi., " *"*" pr n.. 1 JL K >IMI - 1 Tort. j-. —-V;' '■!."> Kit FnK SILVER LEAF £B3. ror Klnvri, Kangee etc a-^ J ;V.I'Tv HKAI,v KOR use. I.Mr "NT if I "OIK. iXVF in >t. iXU isitr*ir. ireular. Free. WIT I*YRWABT ■*' * 4 ' it < nrland) S- X Y. \|/ J„ A. J. NEIXH A Vlt , Mf'rm A„ MikWul ROKKt Hit mils. T Tk* nl Mafia fLout* ar w Fork* Ibvt ■ ran t* Bin, bij ,* tut -ck,-. V Umhu to* UMftfvawM. a* T- —' | , I_ . *>■■■ uißaiawßr ' I - r A. i. st.t i.ta A co, ntattHk tat O 1 I L* £** V* ' " •* torn. V I it / nl Hoadar. if nt watt • - mum u • 11 II ■•tuci lOMtrfiminiai Miimu viz V/ V,., all <ur JU ibrj urk. aiMa lor n**. Ovular. la it tlAtian AOO. I'urUaad. Ma 3* *'' > _______________ Chas. H. Held, Clock. Wiilrlimaker dk Jeweler Millhtim. Centre Co., Pa. At kind* of clMkt, Wtukn aad Java In ml U liMOfla u mm Ik* Huutilla Paiaat riliwti ciMkt. rnt'M ntk > marMr iOi of Ut mm! anddarot tk* Kmikuri wok mm Ua fan*, vk**k It •inuiMui taifuciuna Iviar. Crock*. WtkbMUHlJta.ln ratmirvd aa ■bark M Mftaaad vamatad V A CHANCE TO IUKE~BOXI MONEY, M RE! orftaLTl IWT at Poftoajl.anl. ~ * rwß. WriO, Iw WW) < • JIIHS ktaXl m VO t*ttUuno. an IMua Unri. PlitU. a mm* la PENNSVALU V BANKING CO. CK.STICK HALL. TA. liECEIVh. DEPOSITS, and allowlr.terj e*t; Discount bole*; Buy ana Sell Uoverntaci.tSecurities, Gold and Coupon*. . WM WOLF, WU. B. MLSCLX, Fm't C*faief PENNSYLVANIA!™: Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Ihvbion. 6CKKEB TIME TABLE. Oa r>d aflat MTTOAT. Ma, IX Ml, (ha Intaf aa Uia Pwiadi.frki* A to. iatWKS tll.Man vUI iv a faOowt WESTWRSi. KKIK NllLlnna PbiluMiki, ||U,a " LUrrttbw* Sta Mmnaadait (i:,a " WiUiaanport *Maa lk Hn leta * S* M a at arr al Lena * jtta ■ kiacaealx iM*truik r'm Ilamthc :£ iteam "" MacHaadaa i<Saa antt l*,a l k Hero* lk,a * Han*-.** lap* FAST LI.VE lairot I'.iMalKU Or a m - lUrruLw, S,a " MoftUod..* 1 A'-pv •nil • Ukam.tnj-1 *K,a " IAK kit *n l,B KAaTWAKtI. PACtI K AL luan l—i 11*.** (Sia " W TUia " Montana* <. 9 ft a la ar*al ttamMmra liUia •* "* OAT FX.laarr* lU*i laUia Lork Uaore llSib Mr intaft.|> rt It 9 M " Moftlandus I4i,a ** arr al HanMft>* IVaa I U4adrlpfcia t,B F.RIK MAIL. !•** 11*; n. tS* a *• *• lor* a lla*i 9** 9 ■ " " lUlkf* -.j'urt l,f*pß " Moa' .t-s i* Ma aa * inaljiandair, )*aa - rLiiadrlubia tMia FAST UXK lra*r* Wilh.t . r .*t Ulaa ar* at Uar*t*asr< *M a m ** ar, at rkltad ;-a tltau KM* Mali Wot Ktartar* Ki Waal, lark Hint Aa ctaaiandai laa Vool an -1 taj F.iirm Kaal ak* .lamrn roftiim ttoaaa' " ~.*>. art*nJ n LA ft KM UmMM li.t Wllkftabam aad arrantoa. Krt* liall Wat Ki*rr*r* K Writ and Krta Kt. IV, m and Lark llatro AcronndiUw Waal maka rt.ow aaanactH.B at W mtam*i<rt a ULCEW Lrataa Barm. Krw Mall Waal. Xl*ar K*i i aaa % and Daj K . Kaot tnaka ctoor ouaaoOloa al Lock Ha*a aitk B ■ V KM train* Ett# Mail Ivaal aad W( racaocl al ITrtt vHk AratM out. A A MM KB. I I'-rn olfh O C A A T MR. at K<"P£MU!B a lib B M A P RK. and at Onflvoad vtlß A VKK Parlor oar* will rr Iwtwoaa PklladatpkM and Wit* UaiatpartStaaara R Waal, Km Rt Waal. PfeUa* IT*rrrvF..< and Ha, F. Baal aad ItkaS# Kt. Kaid. Slraptak van oa all nitrlit train*. WM. A. BALUVIS, For meeting this demand by supfiV ing the CELEBRATED DEXTER iSI'RINO which is so rapidly nper cecding 4he old styles the exter Spring Co. have no apologf i. ■ ifer but rather feel that they owe the 1 riv ing Fraternity an apology for noi having produced'it sooner. SEND FOR CIRCULAR OFFSPRINGS TO DEXTER SPRING CO., HULTON, PA. 3jan23t Near Pittsburgh,