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FRED. KDRTZ EDITOR. Centre Ham., Pa., Sept. 2 >. 1870. miocn trie \omh *- TIOSS. >,m ATE TWRAsrnKW DANIKI. O. BAKU, of Allegheny. Democratic County Ticket. JOJIN BHANNOtI! SB. JO6XFH ADAM-. I.VFORTAST TO VOTERS. Tho next election in Pennsylvania will he held on Tuesday, the 4th of No- Ycmbcr. .. Voters must be assessed two months preceding tho election, that is. on or be fore Thursday, September 4th. \ oters must Lave paid a state or county tax one month preceding the election, that is. on or before Saturday. October 4th. Members Democratic state, county, and city committees should see to it that every voter of our party has complied with the law. Failure to nay ta\ in season deprives the voter of the privilege of sudrape. An elector can swear in his vote, though ee he not assessed, but the neg.eot may cause him mnch trouble. The fraudulent llayes. in au interview, thinks Tilden would be an easy candi date to beat. One thing is sure Tilden beat his Fraudulency :V<o,ooo once, and can do it a second time by one million majority over Hayes. Will Hayes take such a bet ? Kwing, the Democratic candidate for Governor of Ohio, it seems, is a rene gade Republican.—t radical. Py this the ( : c I means to be un derstood that Kwings antecedents were bad. The'democratic convention made ad excellent and fitting selection in J. L. -tungier, esq., as Cliairman for the im portant camtuign of IRRO. Jack will leave no stone unturned to make the presidential campaign a live one in this county. He has vigor, ability and vim, and with other workers to back him up, we think we will be able to roll up 1000 majority in old Centre for the nominee of the democratic national convention for president. Matters between Russia and Germany still seem to look warlike, and a brush between these] two mighty powers might result in somebody getting hurt. The London Times says: ' The extraor dinary controversy which is now alarm ing Kurope on the supposed misunder standing between Prince and Prince Bismarck show what dan gerous stuff is all around us. A ring of interested speculators in confusion seems to have half succeeded in persuading the one if not the two illustrious states men that the greatness of one mighty Empire is incompatible with the great ness of another. For the Russian and German nations at present the difficulty appears to be to manufacture reasons for living at each other's throats. Their in terests are In no respect opposed, neither owns territory coveted by the other. Vet the press on both sides is taking it for granted! that, sooner or later, the sword will have to be drawn. We be lieve that much of this flourishing of swords will be found to be merely exer cises of the fencing schools, but it is time | that the masters' shouldTcome 'forward 1 and reassure mistrustful Europe. Harry Merritt, a commercial traveler, was murdered and his body thrown on the railroad track near Connor Kansas. No democrat will attempt to make party capital oat of this because it hap pened in free Kansas, but had it taken place in the south then the whole [radi cal nress would have raised a yawp. The Republicans are in a minority in the largest vote ever polled in Maine about 700. Their total vote this year is seven thousand seven hundred less than it was at the Governor's election preced ing the Presidential election of IS7o, when they had a majority of 15,459. We don't exactly see where the Repub licans have gained. They count less voters in the State than they did in !576, and on a larger aggregate vote. Oh, Maine. Maine! State of Blaine, you used to roll up 35,000 rad majority without a strain. Now you assess 100,- <•00 officers and have noble speakers in endless train, and yet all in vain. Did you hear the nu< from Maine! Barksdale, who killed Dixon at Yazoo Mississippi, has written a letter in which he says: "I had positive knowledge that Dixon plotted to "assassinate me, and that my life was in constant peril; but he was not satisfied with abusing ine and[tbreatening my life. He defam ed the innocent who was dearer to me than all others on earth, and who could have nothing to do with the issues be tween him and myself. The American Exchange of New York, a Standard financial authority, makes the following observations on the resumption of specie payments over which the republican [organs and ora tors make such loud boasts : "What then is there in the much yaunted resumption, which brings with it no relief to the heavily bnrdeued tax payer? There has been no resumption of economy, no reform in the adminis tration of government, which tends to the lopping off of its useless branches of service. While the taxpayer has been deceived with the idea that his heavy taxes were necessary on account of the debt created by the war, those in author ity have gone on piling up the expenses of the government, until the interest on the public debt has become insignificant in comparison. By the cry of resump tion he has been still further deceived, imagining in his ignorance that this meant a return to the economies of ante bellum times. And yet the impoten cies of the resumption scheme are so manifest that it is difficult to see how even the most simple can be deceived thereby. The very retention upon the statutes of the legal tender note act vir tually render resumption nugatory, be cause the administration claims under that law the right to continue to pay its debts, in its own notes. So, notwith standing the enormous receipts of the last ten years—all obtained from taxes and not from loans—the greenbacks still remain a long-past due debt of the gov ernment. Such is the broken reed upon which the believers in the present poli cy of resumption attempt to lean. MTvinney the Chairman of the Obio ilcm. state committee says that General Uwing will be" elected by 25,000 majority and that his election will be made by twosfifths of the greenbackers in the state and a large percentage of the soK dier vote. The Lewistown Gazette shrieks "Rah, for Grant." That's the 'rah you hear from all who stole and plundered under Grant. The republicans are in great alarm— they see Sammy Tilden in every wood pi'o from Jersey to 'Frisco. We bate not a Urge county ticket Ibis fall, but the nominees are good and worthy men. John Shannon, esq., for Jury Commissioner, is one of the best selections that could have been made as he has a wide acquaintance throughout the county which will enable him to se lect good men for the jury wheel. His thorough knowledge of the duties of the position, having filled it some S or lrt years ago, is an additional reason why his nomination is so commendable. Dr. Adams for Coroner is also a fitting selection. The I Victor stands well in | hie own section and is au earnest aiul upright democrat, and will ge< a strong vote wherever he is known. Ihe im portance of this fall's election consists much in the bearing it has upon the presidential campaign next year, hence democrats should bo wide aw oke and organise now. A state treasurer is to be chosen this fall, aud every honest man who desires the Cameron riug to be checked in its pilfering* from the state treasury, should vote for Mr. l-arr, Die democratic nominee, who is a thorough reformer, and whose whole life is that of a man of honesty and integrity, butler the nominee of the Camerons car.- to KembleJc Co., and must do their bid ding. When a good and honest man like I Harr is up, it is the duty of every good cltiieu to give him hia'support. • ♦ • Ohio lias a plan more booming than the Yaxoo plan. The temperance peo ple of Waterville. Ohio, in order to rid themselves of a tavern, put a keg of powder under it and blew it up. lhat beats the Yaxoo plan of which the re pubs vawp so tuugh all hollow, aud as the blow ing up occurred in Ohio we sup pose it is all right, but had this hap pened down south, whew, what a how 1 would have went serenading over the north. An exchange says the hotel keeper Corbin sold out and left the tow n in the triumphant possession ofhiseno mies. But Le returned to Waterville not long ago and opened a hotel, which was soon filled with boarders. As lie ' strictly conformed to the law there was ao legal Queans of assailing him. Bat the society had resolved that they would 1 allow no place for the sale of liquor to be kept in the town. On Monday morn ing last when the inhabitants were in the deepest sleep the house of Corbin was suddenly blown up with gun pows Jer and the occupants buriedjbeneath the ruins. The frightened inhabitants who believed that an earthquake had taken ! place hastened to the spot and succeed ed in rescuing the members of the Cor oin family. Two of the children were hurled down twenty feet into a base ment. Mr. Corbin and a child at the breast were tlung into the street and se verely injured. Corbin himself made a narrow escape with his life. All hia property has been destroyed and he and i his family are without a home. A dispatch to the bt. Louis Evening /Y'f shows there is repudiation in other places than in some southern states. The Pi ■: publishes a fbll account of bonds repudiated in the states of Kausas and Illinois. It shows that Kansas has repudiated $<',">47,000, and that sixteen different counties and cities refuse to pay the interest on their debt, which aggregates the sum of 13,547,000. Seven teen counties and five cities and towns in Illinois have refused and still refuse to pay interest on their debt, aggrega- ting $8,517,000. There will hardly be a radical yawp over this, it is ail up north. Tf you desire a faithful servant as one of the guards over the s ate treasury you have an opportunity this fall ol showing it by voting for D. O. Barr whose character is without a stain. You know that there have been abu ses for years, under the lead of Kemble, Cameron, Quay and others, a ring that has bossed the republican party in spite of the honest thinking portion of tho re publicans ; this ring you can rebuke by defeating its nominee Butler and vot ing for D. O. Barr. Smash the machine, and free yourselves from the iron grip of the thieves that have stolen your rev enues and fattened at the pnblic crib. Unless you vote for Barr and a change you will have the same old song over again at Harrisburg. A democratic congress has brought about reform and economy at Washing lon, now let's put in Barr and start the good work at Harrisburg, where the Augean stables need cleaning so much. The following resolutions were unani mously passed by the democratic coun ty convention, at Bellefonte, last week The Democratic party of Centre coun ty, by its delegates in convention Assem bled, resolves. Ist. That we endorse the platform adopted by the Democratic StatcConven tion AS a correct exposition of the prin ciples and purposes of the Democratic party of Pennsylvania. "nd. That in Daniel O. Barr the De mocracy of Pennsylvania have a candi date for the important office of Jrtate Treasurer entitled to public confidence and worthy of popular support. In an eminent degree he embodies the Jeffer sonian standard of "honesty and capaci ty," and his election, in the words of the resolution of the convention that placed him in nomination, "will pre serve the commonwealth from any re petion of the systematic embezzlements of interest and other spoliations which marked the long and scandalous career of the Republican treasury ring." 3rd. Tnat the finding of the Electoral Commission which deprived the choice of the people of his rightful seat AS Exe cutive of the nation, was a blow at free, elective government which deserves and should receive the just condemnation of all honest men, and common justice de mands that Samuel J. Tildsn should once again receive the nomination of the Democratic party for the Presidency in 1850. 4th. That we recognize in the Hon. William A. Wallace a statesman of com manding ability, power and usefulness. As one of our representatives in the Sen ate of the United States we most hearti ly commend him for his laborious re search and able and exhaustive presenta tion of facts bearing upon correct princh pies of constitutional government; for his firm and unwavering stand against the unconstitutional and destructive centralizing tendencies of the Kepubli can party; and for his energetic and fearless efforts to expose and repel the wicked attempts of the Republican lead era to coerce and over-ride the popular will by Federal power, civil and militas ry. at the elections of the people. sth. That we approve and endorse the general course of our Representa tives at Harrisburg, the Hon. C.T. Alex ander, in the Senate, and the lions. J. I*. Gephart and W. A. Murray in the House of Representatives during the session of the State Legislature. In an atmosphere of corruption, and amidst flagrant attempt to debauch the legisla tion of the .State, no stain of suspicion or reproach dishonored one of them. Honest where many were venal, they proved themselves able and efficient in the discharge of their several duties ; at tentive and faithful to the interests of their constituents, and deserve the high encomium of "Well done, good and faithful servants." 6th. That we believe that at the gen eral election, held on November 7,1878, Hon. Andrew G. Curtin received a ma jority of all the legal votes cast for the office of Representative in Congress from the 20th district of Pennsylvania, and that he wits therefore duly'elected to the said office. And we most heart ily endorse his course in contesting the right of bis opponent to a seat in the 40thlCongress. 7th. That as the most efficient way of: disseminating a knowledge of Demo cratie principles, and the lest prepara* tion for the Presidential campaign of ISSO, we recommend the increased cir culation of Pemocratle newspapers. Hth. That we recommend to the voters of this county, the ticket this day nomi nated, as one in ell respects worthy of their support. ■ ■ • —-—• Tin :NT ! TF. TUFAS IR I KING. Tnt Arrrwiw to Ktvtvc v Coant rr vm> POW KRFl'f. ComU'lßAi I . We have no Congressmen to elect in Pennsylvania this fall; no members of the State l egislature, and no State otlis cere with tlie single exception of State Treasurer, but upon the choice of this officer important results depend. He is by law the custodian of all moneys in the public treasury and responsible for their safe-keeping. In recent years, Re publican Treasurers have had control of millions of dollar* of balances, presuma ble lying idle in the Treasury vaults, but in reality loaned out all over the State. With the reviving business, which will largely increase the revenues, it i ' almost certain there will be large bal ances under the control of the State Treasurer to be elected in November, and who will aseume the duties ot the office in June next, succeeding Colonel Noyes, the present Democratic Treasu rer. The Democratic paity holds that this system of unexpended treasury bal ances i- all wrong. that they urea con slant temptation and invitation to the liberality and corruption of legislators, as well as a means of corrupt and un lawful gaiu by the State Treasurer, who is tempted to use them, its Republican Treasurers invariably have done in this State for the past twenty-five years, for purposes of speculation. these unex pended balances, the Democratic party holds, should be applied to the reduc tion of the State debt, and if this cannot be advantageously done, then the taxes should be reduced so that the revenues collected will only be sufficient to defray the expenses of the Government, eco nomically administered. Wo hold fur ther, and our candidate for State Treasu -1 rer, Daniel O. Parr. Ksq., is pledged to this course of administration that the <tate fumls, remaining unexpended in the public treasury, shall not be used for speculative purposes, but sacredly guarded to meet all just and law ful de mands of public creditors. During the two years past, that the State Treasury has been under IViuocratic guardian ship, there has been no scandal as to its management—no Treasury King dis pensing, favors in the interest of a po- litical party or the section of a party no misappropriation of the public funds. This condition of affairs w>- desire to perpetuate, and if the Democratic party is successful in the electiou of .ts candi date for State Treasurer, the assurance can be confidently given that it will be done. How is it with the Republican party and its candidate? With their success it is an admitted fact, demonstratable by the controlling influences of their Con vention and the surroundings of their candidate, that the infamous and cor rupt Treasury Ring which dominated the polities and legislation <]f Pennsyl vania for years, will be rehabilitated in all its power at Harrisburg. This can't not be gainsaid. It is in the a;r. The election of Mr. Rutler will mark a reviv al of the old Treasury Ring, with all its demoralizing schemes of persona! and political gain. The adoption of the new Constitution and the election of Col nel N'oyes in I s '7, drove the Ring from the Treasury, but as the Republican legis lature has steadfastly refused to pise the needed laws for carrying out the re forms of the new Constitution, let the Cameron-Rcpublican-Itingcan tiJate for Treasurer be elected this fall, and with in a year the old combinations will be at their old work iu the Treasury and throughout the State. From 'Stll to 1877, with the exception of two years, the Treasury of the State has been controlled by ringsters, some of whom secured their election by the Legislature by the most audacious bri bery. This was the golden period of the Treasury King's power. It is reported of one Treasurer that he paid out in one day, from his room at Harrisburg, oTer sixty thousand dollar* for the legislative votes that secured his nomination and election as Treasurer for one year. The salary attached to the office WAS hut five thousand dollars a year, and under the law the Treasurer WAS not allowed to use a dollar of the State funds for specu lative or persona! purposes. Rut the Treasury Ring cared nothing for the law or official oaths. At times there were as high as three millions of dollars of unexpended balances in the Treasury. This WAS the banking capital of the Ring; the money it loaned out in pros perous times at six, eight and ten per cent, interest. The fact that a candidate could pay out, for one year in the office, sixty thousand dollars bribe money, shows the money there was in the place for the Ring. Treasurer Mackey lost, by the failure of political friendH with whom he had deposited State funds, over one hundred and sixty thousand dollars in a single year, yet he promptly made the defalcation good out of the profits of his other operations with the unexpended balances. The Treasury Ring conducted a banking business with the people's money, against which no legitimate bank in the State could suc cessfully compete. Their capital was the two or three millions in the State Treasury, and operating through the Legislature—of course corruptly—they had no difficulty in securing laws main taining the unexpended balance at the highest figures. They actually collected unnecessary taxes from the people that they might speculate with the money ! Nor was this all. While the Treasury ringsteis amassed great wealth out of their speculative operation# in State funds, they built up and consolidated a political power that controlled the Re publican party for years, and through that party controlled the State : and the attempt is now being made, through the election of the Ring candidate for Trea surer, to reinstate this power at thektatc Capital. 'J'he ways of (he Treasury King in strengthening their political su premacy were peculiar, and were felt in every county of the State where a need ed delegate to a Convention or a desira ble member of the Legislature was to be chosen. liejHjsites of State funds were allotted to favored politicians to place in banks for their own personal benefit; and private banks or chartered hanks, whose influence it was important to se cure, were made depositories and allow ed to make what profits they could by loaning the people H money back to the people. It was by mich methods, as well as by hold, unblushing bribery, the Treasury Ring of Kjemhle and Mackcy, they being the leading directors, was maintained and perpetuated. Its hold [ on the politics of the State was firm ami sweeping, but fearfully demoralizing. It controlled the Republican party in Con vention and Legislature; nominated and defeated candidate*; had a powerful Harrisburg lobby at its beck and nod, and the Republican press pensioned and corrupted. It was master of the State. t It is this Trea-ury Ring that the Hspiib- j lican manager' and jobbers propose to t e! instato In power at llarriiburg There has boon an interregnum of honesty ami square dealing for a couple of years. But tho King is hungry for its old pewer and Its old gains. The plan of operations wa. laid down at tho Kopubllcan Stat© Con vention, and the tint step was the nomina tion. under tlie auspices of Cameron, Kemble A Co., ot Mr. Iltitlcr of Chester county for Stale Treasurer. Kemble, who ' promoted ttiis nomination, was a leading spirit eftho Treasury combination when Mr. Mackey was at iU head. a well as 1 during his own term as Stale 'Treasurer, f when lie amassed immense wealth on a , trifling -alary, ttutler i tbo chosen one of the Itlng. lie ia allied with the legis-i ' lativo corruption!*!*, lie moved in the i Republican caucus that Cameron's nomi nation ter the United State- Senate should bo made unaaiinout, ttius ignoring and ■ disregarding tbe honest sentiment of the Republicans of Chester county He v. ted again-t tho expulsion from the Legis lature of the convicted tinker and lobby ' Ist l'etroff, H -espn al friend- and sup porters in tho Kepubtn-an State Conven tion re octil with insults and contumely \\ olio's resolution demanding honest men in office and denouncing tho corrupt! methods adi pted to pass Kemble - four millions steal last winter. Obviously, in 1 selecting Mr. Butler as their candidate for State Treasurer, the Treasury King! knew what it was about It picked outl a reliable man tor the work proposed. \V e turn from this dangerous ana alarm > ing record of the Republican candidate tor Stala Treasurer, which clearly shows! bis connection with the worst elements oil . tho Repubin an party, to the Democratic! ■aniiuce. Mr. Harr,and we have every at-: surance that under hi* administration efj • the Mate Treasury the Constitution anil laws will be rigidly construed and im plicit v obeyed, in the management efthe Slate uinds There will be no speculation , or stock gambling with the people's . money. There will be no Treasury Kings.' The books of the office will be open t • ' the i üblic. The unexpended balance will | i not be the banking capital ot a combina tion ol reckless political and hnaucial speculators. Mr. liarr is pledged by the ' resolutions of tho Democratic Ceuvention, . and by his own record and declaration?, to this course. And hi* election is the one guarantee possible to the peeplo of l'enn • svlvania that the old Treasury li ng will not be iuired in all its power tn>T cor ruption. Th s ;• the most important home 1 issue on which our people will dote in < November. - • The Republicans arc m a minority of ■ nearly twenty thousand in tbe state of • California. Thcv managed to slip in , their candidate for governor between tho two democratic factions, but they ' have lost the legislature and will lose a 1 United States senator on the 4th of I March next when Mr. liootli retires The democrat.- have control of the su preme court of the state. The republis cans have elected two congressmen, the ' democrats one, and one district will he • contested no matter which candidate , gets the return. And this is all there is of that stunning republican t ictury in 1 the tiolden Mate. Th© opponents of John Kelly describe his career a? a politician as a tiue of blunders and failures. In 1-1:1 the ma ' joritv of the democratic state ticket in 1 the city of New \ ork was c-',lV.'. that of John Kelly's personal candidate for county clerk was 14,124. In 1-74 John Kcllv's personal candidate for register was beaten by a majority of D,K66. In ' 1-7 > the memorable campaign against John K. llackett, lienj. K. Phelps and John klorriasey, candidates for recorder district attorney, and senator took place 1 under the personal direction of John Kelly. All three were elected by large . majorities. In 187" Augustasbcbell,the . candidate of John Kelly for senator, was beaten by Morriseev in Kelly's own J.;-- irict. In 157-KePy's entire municipal ticket from mayor down was defeated ■ In ull these instances, or nearly all, Tammany was leat4-a I>> its opponents througli combinations with the republi cans. Tammany is, neverthele--, a jwwerful political organitation, which may tiefeat the democratic state ticket . if it can sx>re few victories of its own. • ♦ • lax * Haven's a--esement for 1-79 is V> | mills on the dollar. Happy city—but we do not envy you—w© pitty you, and wish every man there owned a mill. The Butler movement in setts is getting formidable, lie has now three nominations—the Greenback, the Democratic, and the Independent Ite publicans nominated him on a reform platform. The chance.-are old Ren w ill make the landing this time. • Truce I'etriken is in Ohio making speeches for iiwing. The Philadelphia Times, of "JO, say* : Mr.Robert Valentine, the veteran Quaker iron manufacturer of Centre county and an earnest Rupubl. an, gaTe exprr - on to thewi-hesof an overwhelming majority of the people of all parties and sections when he said to the Charcoal Iron Men, at their recent mooting in this city: "It i time to tear down Ike r.af.y bloody -hirt and hi'itt tbe 'lag i f American ii.du-try ia its place."' And the fact that it called out an emphatic rciponie from ?uch men a- Colonel l.apsley and ex-Senator Warner, of Alabama, representing <ppo*ite politi cal parties in the Mouth, show* that the business interests of the country would speedily inaugurate peace and prosperity if the political demagogue? and rcToluton iili reuld be suppressed. The tim" is near at hand, with reviving productive indus try displayed on every side, when the bus iness men of the w hole nation will demand peace with such unity and emphasis that all parlies will be compelled to obey. When that day comes, wo will again en joy the tranquillity that can come only from the fraternal support of th© o inni"n ( intere-'.s of a common country. Turnout' to the grand democratic mass meeting, a! Bellefonte, Tuesday eve, Oct. 14. Tho Republican if in a bothor as to where G. It. Barrett hails from. George will give the republicans more bother than that ycL The Lhu, -rat *ays esq., Reiftnyder is a good reading clerk—and o hois. Would like to know, Where in ell They gel tho "L," That * telegraphed, To our name? Chairman Fortnoy deserve* thanks fori getting together ono of the best and mosti harmonious |l)em. Co. Conventions we have yet had. Aleck Stephens is so light that when an idea struck hiin tho other day it knocked him down. A bill is to be introduced in the r.cxt Legislature of Rhode Island to change th* name of Canoncbet to Shot-gunchct. Tba Colorado republicans 1 ave declared for Grant. Mrs. Sprague has reached her home, Kdgowood, near Washington, with her children. Conk will be near too when congress meets. It is still in doubt whothor the Maine senate i republican. Did you hear the 1 now? from Maine, RUSSIA'S FEELING TOWARDS , ENGLAND St. Petersburg, .September 13.—Tho Ga- ji aetto warns its readers against tho treacli- i •rous n'sertion that it is necessary for \ Kngland ta conquor Afghanistan. It says | Kngland has always beon tho deadly ene my of Russia. Tho policy of Russia In ' Asia can only < nnsist of reprisals against Kngland. ]t is necessary to expel tho British from Central Asia. This can now " be done by sending 20,000 Russians to de 1 feud Afghanistan. Now is tho favorable ! moment to free Russia's eastern frontier " forever from danucr on the part of Kng- ( ' And now the Now York republicans have a bolt on hand too. Sixty five prominent republicans ha ve issued a inani foato against Cornell, and call upon all honest republicans to scratch hini There will be no nominee by those dissatisfied republicans, but it is certain that a large portion of them wtll vote for Robinson. The dissatisfaction exists all over the state, only with less noise than the Tain many belt. TIIK C'l MMING 8 MURDKIL i We copy from tho Nurramento /•*/j I'te the account of the highway robbery i and murder of a former cillr.cn of Mitltiu county, tho lite taking tho 1. t from the \rendu Truhtcrtpl of Sept. 2 G t< of the nimt terrible deed* that has over occurred in lha lu-lory of Nevada county, was perpetrated near this city yes terday. The Eureka stage was on It* way down from Mooro's Flat with Malt. Daily a* driver. On the front seat with Mr. Daily were Wa. P. Camming?, the bank er of Moon's Flat, ami bin Skoahan, of .this city, who had keen engaged in teach ling rchool at the tame place Ititido u! 'the stage were Daniel McCarty, of tbb city. \\ in. |Kd wards of Blue Tent, "homa, Itarr, of Gold K.'at, with hi* wife and three children and a Chinaman. Shortly after one o clock, as th© stage j reached a point jut beyond Lyncb's! ranch, on Ito k creek, and about thrce ( i tuile* norllieast of Nevada t ity, a man I emerged from tho buthe* at the tide of lhe ( 1 road, and standing in the path of the I horse* shouted to the driver to *top. ' I A* the horse* were brought to a halt he 1 added. "I want you all to get out of there!" i At this moment tho highwayman wat I joined by another individual with a douhle-barru led shot gull at full cock, who ordered tho demounted passenger* to 1 . '.and in lino and hold up their hand* to | Ibe tearchi d for hrcarme. They were all i .-enrcheJ except Mr- Gumming*, but no I weapon* were found on them. The high- I | way man then remarked to hi* pal, who ■ e.d a olf cocking p.tol in hi* hand, "Go (trough the stage! ' meantime keeping , | the men. women and children under cov- ( or of hi* gun, All of the express matter and baggage , wa? dumped out into tho road and search ed and then thrown back. Tho last article fnund wu* a leather vali*, tho property of the banktr, which was stowed under tho front seat. A? the robber pulled this out of the vehicle Mr. Gumming* grasped hold of iL The two men began to slrug-! g'o fiercely for it* po*i .-*ion. They scuf fled along tbe ground for a distance of twenty tive feet, the p;lol in the robber's hand bc.ng discharged once accidentally M.d once with an apparent desire to do leadly execution Ja-l after the second i hot Mr, Gumming* cried out, "Have 1 no fiieud* here They struggled a few j feet further, and Mr Guuiuung* foil un der hi* opponent He made an effort to I regain hi* feat, and had uccee4ed, wher tbe ar.UgoiiM| tepped fr> m between the banker ai d '.Tie uian with tho gun. Tak ng advantage cl the opportunity, the lat ter, who wa* about twenty feet away, turned, and aiming at Gumming?, sen", a charge ploughing through hit neck, Ju*t below the ear. killing him instantly While tho robber had Mr. Gumming* down he had taken a Colt revolver from 'hat gentleman's pocket, and retained it hi h - hand with the self-cocker The villian also had a large bowie-knife in hi>j r :t i A* toon a* the robber* had killed Mr Gumming* they turned to the passengers who weie still under cover of tbe gun Dne hundred and sixty dollar* wa* taken .from Mr McCarty, and small *um from some of the rest Mr. McCarty wore a i valuable watch which they overlooked.! Mr. Kdward* had |-jCM in coin on hi* per son, but, s'.epping back to the stage in arti unconcerned manner, threw it into the] box and thus saved it. Therefore be only j !ot some loose charge that was in ):* I pocket. .After tin,thing tl.e.r devilish act, the. r id agent* ordered tbe driver and pai •enger* to get aboard the stage and take the tody of Mr. Gumming* w.th them.; Ther being no room tn the vehicle U> ! carry the corpe conveniently, Mr. Mc-| Garty asked if ha ceuld not have tbe priv• lege of staying with the remains until a wagon came from town after them. The two men had been fast friends during hie and McCarty explained this to the mur derer*. They would not grant the request ! He rode to a point half a mile tb:> aide of the* 'Tie of Ike lrag> Iv, then, wilb|Mr. j Edward* and a rancher al wbo.e house they stopped, returned there a* soon a* poibie. Superintendent Geo. F. Robin >on came along the road shortly after their return to the place of killing, and Mr. Mc- Carty, after putting the body into a pac ing wagon, came to town with him. At soon at tbe tego arrived in town. Under Sheriff Byrne started alone for K >ck Greek Sheriff Montgomery rallied ar.d armed force of thirty or forty citizens and followed. Telegram* refliting the' leed were ent to all parts of the adjacent country to that the people might be on a lookout and if possible arrest the high waymen, who will be made short work of if captured, The woods on tbe mounlain und in the ravines f>r miles around were -oon alive with a determined and brave set of men, and nothing it being left un done to hunt the fiend* down. * Mr. .McCarty describe* the robber* as being about six feet tall, and finely form- j ed. They wore wire masks, and were! bareheaded. Neither one ha* any whisk er* on hit face. They were in their ahirl sleevej, and wore gray overall*. They had rvery appearance of being old hand* al the ! busir.es*. The fearful death of \Ym. F. Cummings ha* ca*t a g'uem over the entire communi ty. He ha* reided in tho county for imtne 24 year* past, engaged in mining 'and banking mott of the litne. No man, i in tho Slate wa* more universally belov-; cb by all c!a**e. Hit reputation a* a citi- , ,-en and a business man wa* above re proach. ll?**' aged 40 year*, and came ' to California from Penntylvatiia- Ho wa* ' a bachelor. i A telegram received from Moore'* Flat at a late hour in the afternoon itate* that 'Mr. Cummings' vali*e, which was carried awav by the robbers contained ono bar of gold worth $0,700 which he r;a* bringing down for ihipment to the Bay through Well*, Fargo & Co. It I* believed about $7,000 was the total clean-up made by them The corpse was brought to thi* city, and a c eronor'* inquest was held last evening by Judge (iarlhe, after which tho remain* were taken in charge by the .Masonic fra ternity, of which Order deceased wa< a member. Atoo'clock p m., Vernon L. Smith; c ame into town end reported that Sheriff Montgomery and eight men had got on the track of tbo robbers through informa tion received from Mr. Chancy who had seen them. Thsir path lay down the Yuba. When the posse bail bacn gone long enough to have walked a mile or so, three gunshots were heard in tho locality where they wore supposed to be. It is be lieved from the above facts that the rob bers had been treed, and showed fight. This is merely a supposition, however. Tho Lewiftown (iazette, 17, says : The body of .Mr. C. arrived here on Wednes day last, was taken to the residence of Mrs. MoNitt, his sister, about two miles above Ueedsville, from which ho was buri ed on Friday morning, the funeral being very large, and attended by tho masonic fraternity of Lewistown. REPUBLICANS OPPOSED TO COR NELL. An address signed by sixty-tivo profes sional and business men styling themselves the Independent Republican Committee, has just been given to the press. It is an appeal to tho republican and independent voters of the State "to secure tho success of the republican party and tho defeat of I Mr. Cornell and Mr. Soule." Tho former is arraigned for "betraying his trust as chairman of the Stale Committee ky ma nipulating votes to secure his own noniina- J tion.'' He was nominated, it is said, "not i in the interest of the republcan party, but 1 in order to demonstrate who controlled it," and as an opponent of President Hayes .' aad of "administrative reform." Tho in- * dependents decline to voto for Mr' Soule , for State Engineer because they believe i his election "would give practical enccurv agement to canal corruption," THE DISTRESS IN GREAT BRITAIN London, SopUmbsr 15.—1t l estimated llmt 'J',OOO persons In tbe northeast of Kng land have boon thrown out of work during Ilia last three year*. There are thauiand* of rinply houroi In Darlington. Stockton and Now port arc alto seriously affected. I bo climax ol distress bat batn roaebad at Middlaborougk, tbo Mayor of which Pat written to tbo Home .Secretary aa followt [ Trado hat not revived here, and the great diitroai In the dittrict hat te teri-j ouly alforted tboio who provioutly aub-j acribod to tbo relief fundt that our local j manure*! are nut to bo depended upon. 1 j am therefore obliged to atk for Govern-j I want aatittance. li e number of cotton operativai on itr.ka at Aibten L n >w estimated at from j r-.OUO to U.UUU. Tbo ttreele are crowded Iby unemployed operativee, but little ei t c ileM.ent it manifetled. Serluut complica tion* are also arUing in the cotton Indut try at Preston, where the oporalivet at lie Sovereign >1 ilt* have ttruck. TbeJ'ret j ton Operativee' Ataociatiou bat itaued a protr-t accutli g tome of ike master* of ex • re.lii.g the reduction mutually agreed upon and recommending a curtailment In production. Gen Grant arrived, by *te*tnrr in .San ' Franriice, on Saturday. There wat a giatd marl time ditplay a fleet of iteauiere moved out to meet the Tokio which bad the General on]hoard 'The city en denve ly crowded, and butiuett wat euipended. At licuijwtcad, N. Y., last Batur •lav, two neighbor women quarreled utaut a cow breaking into the wrong pasturage- One of the belligerent* ©hot the other dead with a revolver. ' The Baltimore and Ohio railroad: eonteruplataa extending the Somerset' and Cambria road, a recent purchase,! from Somerset to Johnstown, a dis tance of tweuty-eight miles, with tbe object of obtaining direct comrauui -1 ration with the coke interest* of the latter place. Sweet cream will make at good but ter in winter a* is wanted in any mar ket, if treated with the Perfected But* ter Color of Well#, Itichardaon & Co., Burlington, V'L White butler will find alow aale, though juet as sweet. It is the color alone that makes tbe • liflcrence. Hereafter, under a new law passed at tbe last session of the legislature,! .•heritf's inquisitions will be composed of only six men, Instead of twelve, and the same will be tbe case ou writ* ■of pariitou of real rata te la Clinton county the Republicans have nominated Josiah Candor for Prolbonotary, A. T. Moore for Regis ter au'l Recorder, Samuel McClintic for Juty Commissioner, and A. P. Meloy for Coroner. 11. T. llarvey was nominated for Senatorial delegate and E. C. Best chosen Representative delegate to tbe next Stale Convention. To temporize with your health in stead of promptly using Dr. Bull's Baltimore I'il's, is not indicative of much though tfuness. Sold by all druggists. Fkai di ukxt Dertohs.— Tbe act of Irelative to that cla of re •qo-ctable people known as fraudulent debtor?, is one of importance to the public gvuerally as well as to tbe le gal profession. Jts provisions are tmilar to certaiu features of the re cent national bankrupt law, and ena bles any creditor having a judgment returned nulla bona against a defend ant to (>etition tbe court to have a commissioner appointed to take tbe testimony of the defendant, or any person supposed to have knowledge of the property owned by tbe defendant. The commissioner has power to issue subpoenas, and to command the pro duction of books and papers. The purpose is to discover fraudulent se . cretioo or transfer of property with intent to defraud creditors. Harper's Monthly for October ap pears with its customary promptitude. i As usual, also, it is filled with excel lent reading and adorned with charm ing illustrations. The new process of engraving nowhere exhibits belter re sults than are here obtained, and art ists and amateurs will study them with interest. When that neighbor of yours comes to borrow this paper just whis per gently in bis car tbat it is the du ty of every good citizen to take bis own paper. Settlement of a loug dispute.— j Physicians have at last come to the conclusion that the best medicine for teething children is Dr. Hull's Haby' Syrup. Camphor Milk cures headache and neu ralgia. Camphor Milk cures rheumatism and lame back. Camphor Milk cures cuts, bruises and bums. Camphor Milk costs 35 ct.; 6 bottles fl. Said by J. D. Murray. Centre Hall. ) E. F. Kunkel's Hitter Wiue of Iron. It has never been known U> fail in the cure of weakness attended with symptoms, indisposition to exertion, loss of memory, difficulty of breathing, weakness, horror of duoase. weak, nervous trembling, dreadful horror ef death, night sweats, cold feet, weakness, dimness of vision, | languor, universal lassitude of tbe muscu lar svstem, enormous appetite, with dys-l peptic symptoms, hot bands, flushing of the body, dryness of the skin, pallid coun tenance and eruptions on the face, puri fying the blood, pain in the back, heavi* ness of the eyelids, frequent black spots flying before the eyes, with suffusion aad loss of fight, want of attention, Ac. Sold only in $1 00 bottles or six bottles for ff>. (Jet It of your druggist If he has it not, send to proprietor, ft. K. Kunkel, 'dot' N. Ninth St., Philadelphia, I'a. Advice free; send three-cent stamp. WORMS WOHU-J wrsowo K. F Kunkel's Worm Syrup never fails to .ins troy Pin, Seat, and Stomach ' Worms. Dr. Kunkel, the only success i ful physician who removes Tape Worm in i' two hours, alive with head, and no fee un r til removed. Common sense teaches if Tape Worms bo removed all other worms 1 can be readily destroyed. Advice at of ■ lice and store, freo. The doctor can 101 l I whether or not the patient has worms. Thousands are dying daily, with worms, and do not know it. Fits, spasms, cramps, ! choking and suffocation, sallow complex , ion, eirclM around !bo eyes, swelling and r pain in the stomach, restless at night, grinding of the teeth, picking at the nose, ' cough, fever, itching at the seat, boad ■ ache, foul breath, the patient grows pale and thin, tickling and irritation In the an us, —all theso svmploins, and more, come from worms. K. F. Kunkel s Worm Syr ! up never iails to remove them. Price. |1 IX) per bottle, or six bottles for $5 00, For Tape Worm, write and consult the Doctor. For all others, buy of your drug gist the Worm Syrup and if he nas it not, send to Dr. K. F. Kunkel. 259 N. Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa Advice by mail, free ; send tbrec-cent stamp, ITjuM Do You Feci Bad? l.anituU. HaiTauanl in Hplrlt, I'blllj, ti*n full II le> li". I'afn In ttis Sbouidur* or back. lllaalnaa*. Itowtud I Knrni*. S'aaur and A(U*. and oat uf aorU snnnrally * Kalura la U>llln( J"i that four l.laar la falltus to do Ita work, and tlia aacrations of Ibaayalam ara luting thrown hack Into tha ttlitod ; danjrarou, ra ,ull> will follow tinluaa yon act itmmplljr. Taks Hal lata' I .Ivor I'lllaal onca Thaaa I*lll a ara a standard tniuatly- bara laran lons la una and al-8 hljbly rwonrn mandad. Say, Or. Oualur,of Datrolt, Mich "tiul lara* l.lror Till, ara ailmlrahly oalrulatad for hllllonc , llmataa " Andraw Hartar, of Jollal, Ills., say, A frland tcoommnndod Ihauao of your I.War Pills, and aflar tjrlbff Iwo boras of thena 1 was onllraly rurad of a anssra alUah of lirar complaint." For sala by all Ornssiau IMcakS -aula It. K. SKLMiKS * CO .Prop-as, PtUsbnrg Pa. A Search Warrant allows an officer it to throngb your bouse from oellar to (arret, and i.lndsay'e Blood Naarohar la warranted to(o through your ayatata from top tu toe and drlae out all blood dlauaaea 111 ouraa ara wonderful and certified to by doctor,, praaubare aad people Vrufuis, Mercurial Dlaceaae. Krytlpalaa Tattur, 111. cere fWkilr I.unganr on the bklu, Bulla. Plmulaa, 4a.. we weKent It to cure. It le perela Vefetable Oom pound and powerful Toole. For tale by all Urugflat, , Sic that our uaino la on tba bottom of the wrapper. Aug. T. U K Seller* A Co.. Prop're, Pittsburgh,ra. lmy f Voi aale by J U Mo/ray. C'saSro HaU. or THE DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENTS STRAWBRIDGE A CLOTHIER, Art flllod to overflowing with NEW, CHOICE and SEASONABLE FABRICB, It is manifestly impossible to moke mention of morn nun a email portion of such a stock IN FOREIGN NOVELTIES, Wa have ail the nawest things produced this season in the Manufacturing Cen tres of France, Kngland and Germany. OUR PRKBKNT COLLECTION OP Cashmeres and Shoodas Was selected with the greatest care and under the most favorable circumstances. WE NAME 40 Pisces ALL-WOOL CASHMERES, (Double width, all colors.) AT 45 CENTS. 80 Piece* A LLsWOOL CASHMERES, inches in width,) AT 50 C EN 18. 80 Piece* ALL-WOOL CASH ME RES, (ih inches in width.) AT 024 CEN TS. 80 Pieces ALL-WOOL CABHMEREB, 140 inches in width.) AT 75 CENTS. 40 Piece* FRENCH SHOODAS, (44 inchee in width,) AT 874 CENTS. OUR STOCK OF 3Ute<Um Frict Fabrics Was receired nbctt the** good* had touched th* bottom, ho that, notwithstanding the recent advance in Price*. WE SHALL ADHERE TO THE OLD FIGURES UNTIL ALL ARE SOLD. 60 Pea ALL*WOOL CHBTOIT SNRISA*, At 31 Centt. 160 Pea 24-I*. CUXVOIT MIXTUKX*, At . . 26 Cent*. 4'. I'ca. DOUBLE WIUTB C*J.U*lnxs, 27 inehe* in *cidth. At JO Cent*. 41' Pea 24>I*ca MCHAIB MELAGK, ,! At . 31 Cents. 40 i'c*. DOUBLE WIUTU MOHAIR BEIGE* At . . 26 Cent*. 100 Pet. 341*. W A*h t *gtob BEIGE?, , At . . 16 Cacti, r 100 Pc*. MAJCCHWTE* CAMISEEK*. 22 tnehe* wi vctdtk. At . . 124 CenU. BKAUTIPUL NOVELTIES KtptCiali adapted fur TVtmmiey, 1 At SI Cent* At . 36 Cent*. At . 374 Cent*. At 60 CenU. Vl rwpectiully o!icil companion of ear *tock with any ether itock in th.i country a* to completen*** and atiorlroenl of choice F abr.c*. OUT OF TOWN CONSUMERS WILL FIND THAT SHOPPING BY MAIL. When don* through eur perfec'.el MAIL Oaoi* DtrAttECT, t MONEY! SAVES TIME! (FATIGUE I AND IS JUST AS SATISFACTORY At shopping in person at the counter*., STRAW BRIDGE 6c CLOTHIER* EIGHTH AND MARKET STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. DR. OBERHOLTZER'S LINIMENT, rsj (iIPMD 911.X. . la a*w highly ranumM B<l Nttacatra J O**4 la' • Kbaaoaiiaa. Ir\all laai Acuaa. hlaa, tiara*. . huaa. Sw*tlt*g*. bprala*. *tc It la of tb* great**: ' <alo* la carlag UU. ball*. lt|>r*UM aad *w#iitag* I* : It act* qalrkly and nra|y lt*t am south** *o<" r*li*ra* UwaUf lulot*. lit loan* oaaclaa ud lb* acbiag *rra*. Tb* mmry will b p*;d b*ek to bay , ooa act **it*ft*d with It* #o*cl* Vrtra tt c*oU. I - ! botUa* for Sl. rntUKl only by Tori OWrioHtn.lf. D. ( bold by J. i) Marrv.Utaln 11*11. r . The Phtralx iv-tiril. y It** ymad it**if to b* praallarty tdtyial to old par ■ *a. (MKBptlia* udiluldra*. It braak* a coij It atopa * cwagh- ll aid* uparkAllm It |ltaa 1* •tact lallal It (ITM atrrnylt ll trtagi rwwt ll baa aada aaatw ran* tku *u other am<ltcta* Tboo a*ad* of tb* rill aw** of Kaatan l'*noylrnu bar* * uaoJ II for y#*ra |<**| aad tooufy to tb* r*ll*f flrn and euro* w(foctal Prlro M raatour I bollla* lot $1 j rrapuad by Lwrl (Iborbnttaor M U. 11 bold by J I). Murray, I tn Hall. j UXKMAX QOESX AKD COW POWPXB- Kaapa atort h*altby aod la good nadlUra. Ilalda dig Notion aad aotmilatioß II aaakao fat. aia*cl**aad milk By oatag II a bora* will do mora work aad to* giro mora milk and b* In bottor agHtii* aad ooadllton ilalao k#*p* poaltry hoalthy aod intra**** tb* qaaa ■ Utga'agga It U mad* by I>r. Lwrl ttborboltaor, at bit mill*, book of IS * Third atraot, Pfclla It laaolo * by act**! wotobt. at Ik aaalap*r poo ad. by J. IV Mnr ray. I 'oaUa 11*11, aad W.J. Tbom|>*uoJlVtl*r MlUa marSTly : jpß.sTo. OUTBLIUB, Dentist, Mlllheim. t'ffrra III* pi. fataloaalrarrlraotw th* anblM. ll* la ' arr , arod toporform alloporaUoa* la tb* danlal prw! . fo**ion. , H la now fallypr*par*d lo ailraol Irath abtolitly .without gala. BTII JOHN BLAIR LINN" Attorney-at-Lsw, Office on Allegheny St., Bellefontc, I'a. r feb If CANCER REMOVED WITHOUT Knife, and. in moil cue*, without pain. Apply to C. I* W. Fischer, M. D., Boalsburg, Centra county. I'a. 'iljully DR. J. W. RHONK, Dentin, can be found at hi* office and residence ioa North tide of High Street, three door* Eat of Allegheny, Bellefontc. I'a. j T fab tf NATIONAL HOTEL. CXIRTLANDTST . Near Broadway, NEW YORK. IIOTCHKISS A POND, Proprietors. OS THE EVROPEAS PLAN. The restaurant, cafe and lnnch room attached, are unsurpassed for cheapness and excellence of service. Rooms Wets, to $2 per day. $3 to $lO per week. Con venient to all ferriee and city railroads. New rnrallKte. Xew Nanage nient, 23 jan li nn TblaCOll.lK - * * C"W Milker f free toParmen who !y .WW.**. 1 *ct at Agent* Cut ATUiTCP. v p l,ii out and ad dre* with *Ump SMITH A Boa : 24 Dey St., N. Y. I e thik paper. 24jul3tn. jnaaar BaocaxHiiorr. j.v. SHCGXBT. President. Cashier QENTBE COUNTY BANKING CO. (Late Mtlllken, Hoover A Co.) Receive Deposits, And Allow Interest, Discount Notes, Buy and Sell Government Securities, Gold & aplOCStf Coupont. P^RY^STO^:??¥S)pr. The Rorkf Houso, at Coburn station, i new and commodious, and if kept in belt manner. Bed and board second to none in tha county. Stabling for 30 horse*. As a summer resort it will bo found all that oould bo dosired, right in the heart of good Ashing and hunting grounds, and surrounded by tbs most romantio scenery, lnov y 40 Pfoecs FRENCH BHOODAB, (46 iocbet in width.) AT 11.00. We bare a tuj.erb (tuck of Frtaei Plaids, Embracing I 1 tiie new combination* of colon that art in vogue ia Pari* the pmeot ee*cn. ' 40 Piece* BEAUTIFUL FRKWCH PLAIDS, (ALP WOOL.) AT 75 CENTS. 40 P.ecea ELKUAKT FRENCH PLAIDS, (ALL WOOL) AT $l.OO. 40 Pieces ROTAL CASQ34EHE PLAII>S. AT $1 25. 40 Pea Dec ELK WIDTH CHEVIOT*, (ALL WOOL) At 60 CenU. 60 Pci WOOL FACE CASHWEEES, At . 36 CenU. 60 Pci. 32-IKCR MELAXGK CHEVBOX*. At . . 874 Centa 60 Pee. 82-IXCH KXGLIBB MELASOE*. At . 874 Cenu 60 PIECE* OMBRE CASHMERE*. At 31 Cenu. Iridescent Coloring*. 60 PIECE* OMBRE CHEVROBS, At . 81 CenU. 1 ride Kent Coloring*. 60 PIECE* WORSTED MOMIB CLOTH*. 26 inchf in vidth. At . . 26 CenU. 60 PIECES MILAXOI MOMIE CLOTH*, 24 MI the* in uxdth. At . . 26 Cenu. r £. / k A MONTH guaranteed V' /fl Bfl If 12 a dav at homemade b> T B / BBBBibe industrious. Csy iu l\ JII Boot required ;we will sUr * Bfl VI Brou. Men, women, boj 'jPBl VI Vn<l girls make money fa ,T™w/ " wr werk for u then else. The werk is light an pleasant, and such as anyone can ro rigb let. Those who are wise who see thb no lice will send us their addresses at one and see for themselves. Costly Outfit am ■ terms free. Now is the time. Thoseal ready at work are laving up large sums .• i money. AddressjTftUK A CO . Augus U.Maine. 26juny PENNSYLVANIA RR. Philadelphia and Krie Railroad Divisiqp STXXEB TIKI TABU. Ob and after SritPAT. Iter * IWS. Us tratas o. ih Philadelphia a Arta Railroad Hkulob vlllraa a WEST WED. ERIE MAtLleevae Philadelphia llMpa - HarrSabars 4SS aa " " Moalaodoa SSt a a •• " Wuiiemaport lias •• " Leek It area 9 4* a a " " Keaora Hoc a a " err at Erie tSSpa NIAGARA KX. leaves Fails •• Harrlahars It' Ma a " " Moalaodon IS3 p • •• arral W'UlUmaport - Mj> a " leek Harea IISp a FAST LU3K leasee Philadelphia HSaa Harris! arc Dipt " Meetaadon ;SS p m " arret WilluoapoH ttSp* " " IIH to SSSpa EASTWARD. PACIFIC EX. lea ret Loch tiara* SSO aw - Jersey Shore 14 a a " Willuoaaport TSSaa " " Moataodoa IMta arret lUrrtabarp llUaa •• Philadelphia Step a DAT KX. leaves Reaore Is as a a " Lork Harea II IP a a WtlltaaMport 114# pa " " Maataadua 14T pa " arret Harrialiarp 4 If pa " Philadelphia tnpa KRIE MAIL laser* Ksaoee SSI pa Lock Harea S4kpa - " WtUlaoaporl llkSp#a " Moalaadoa II It t a err at Hamebarc lilts "• Philadelphia *o#a a PA LIRtC laarsa WOllanaport ISSaa arret Harrrtabarn SUaa arret Philadelphia ISO a a Par ran vtll ran hatrrsaa Philadelphia asd W|| llamaport on Niagara Kk Wael. Krla Ki Wast, Phil# iWlphka Aapnaa Kaat.aad Day Xi Eaet aad Saadaj Ki. Raat. sloepln* ran on ell nlab t train# WM A. BALDWIN, Uasara 1 Haparlataadaat, Lewiib'rj, Ceutre A Spruce Creek RF WESTWARD. I 3 5 LEAVE A.M. r.kl. p.M M0nUnd0n......... 7.00 1.55 6.2t 1vewi5burg............ ........7.16 2.'JO G.Si Coburn ~....i.2S Arr. at Spring Mills 0.50 EASTWARD. 3 to LEAVE A.M A.M. P.M Spring Mills 10.10 Coburn.... _ 10.55 Lowisburg 6.55 12.45 6.45 Arr. At MonUndon ..6.60 1.00 6.0(! Nos 1 And 2 connect At MonUndon with : Krie Mail, west on the Philadelphia And Krie R. R. Nos- 3 end 4 with Dty Express ea.t And NiagArA Express west. Not. 5 And 6 with Kant Line west. it A WEEK in your onn town, 1* If if and no capital risked. You fl enn pive the business a trial ll|l| without expense Ttn> S.-stop -11111 portunit.v aver offered for ( wflfl V those willing to work. You , v v v should try nothing else until , you see for yourself what you can do at i the business we offer. No room to explain here. You can devote all your time or only your spare time to the business, and j make great pay for every hour that you H !Work. Women make as muck as men !j dend for special private terms and partic ulars. which we mail free $6 Outfit free j Don't complain ot bard times while you ; have such a chance. Address D. HAL- i LETT & CO., Portland, Maine. h DP. FORTNKY Attorney at Law < Bellefonte, Pa. Office over Rey nokds bank. ldmay'df j W. M m mmj mm, tmmn mrntm *w mm- i M mmw rnmb fmrnt. * ♦••• <"M *mm. Him u MM HM> —m. >• mm m mm. ttmtimimm-. m tI.UBHMI LATA 1 MLMHL>> K* MM,! MUHMIii r*l. •• M<IM mm * Jem* mm ML MMT mmm MX (.■••< MMH MM * ■ ■SIWII. M MM M Mat*. MAT Maa TIIRT|I M RM. TY ji(MUn,Srim)i|Wi IkrM —*fw tm ISO Franklin M.. HtlUßora, MO. IATLHLMIMTML TM <PUIAL>F J W M TNI* *CW TRUSS itt'/iminKß Mi. it s — F . SMFOMO I>>. (MrfM ML Trust Co., (jhiciip. ML iwu|ilMFW^MWMP 11 '' 11 I 1 "'g. , SWrl IMSTITUTa IWSSFFWI Eatebtlatiediii LWTHARTHEEMA ffinff lllllllffl ~* €"mmmr. Twsswra. Views* BSSSSBb GKT GOOD BREAD, By calling st the new end exten • i?e bakery establishment of JOSEPH CEDARS, (Saceeraorto J. H. Suds.) Opposite the Iron Front on Allegheny street where be furnishe* every dsy * Froth Breed, i Ceket of ell kind*, Piee, etc, ebr., Cendie*, Spice*. KuU, Frail*. Anything end everything belonging tc the business. Having had veer* of ex pes rience in the busmen, be Batter* bim*el, that be can guarantee satisfaction to all who mav favor bin with their patronage, to aug tf JOSEPH CEDARS. BELLEFONTE. MUSIC STORE. Pianos! Pianos! ORGANS! AND : MUSICAL INSThUMENTS. ALL THE POPULAR SHEET MUSIC. BE PA RING AND TUNING DONE IN THE BEST MANNER. PIANOS. CHICKERING, STEINWAY, ARION, WATERS. ORGANS. ESTY, WATERS, WOODS, MASON & HAMLIN. BARGAINS IN PIANOS AND ORGANS' ? Octave Ronewrood Piano*, Onlj RISO. 0 Stop Organ*. 2 Fall Net of Rffdi, Price 9370, Only *35. 13 Stop Organ*. 3 Fnll Net of Reed*. Price *3lO, Only 575. | iThi* Organ ba* the "Grand Organ Knee Swell.") Nccond-hnnd Organ* for 125. Necond>hand Piano* for £53. VIOLINS, AND ACCORDEONS, 92.00 and upwards. Piano and Organ In*trnetor*. Cover* and Ktool*. SPECIAL BARGAINS IN Sewing Machines! New DOMESTIC 130.00 New WHITE 925.00. New ST. JOHN 925.00. New Improved SINGER 922.50. New Improved HOWE 922.50. Second hand Machines as low as $5, —o AGENTS FOR E BUTTKRICK Jfc CO S PERFECT FITTING I*ATTERNS. Order? by mail solicited and prompt ly filled. No Agents employed, The buycre* :et the Agent* profit. We buy our I'ianos, and Machines for !aah,and will give customers the ad vantage. BUNNELL & AI KENS. Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa. eb27 HENRY BOOZER. CENTRE HALL, , *AHURICTCUI or Saddles, Harnen, Bridle*, Collar*, Whip*, Flynets, and alto keep* on hand Coltoa Nets, etc. Prices low a* any where also. All kind* of repairing done. The best t -lock always kept on handJeAll work war ranted. A share of the pfiolic patronage kindly solicited llapr, 14 y IMPORTAN TO TRAVELERS. —THE— BUSH HOUSE! BKLLXroXTX, FA. Has been rocently thoroughly renovaij and repaired, ana under the management of the New Proprietor. Mr. GEORGE HOPPES. formerly of W'msport, it first class in all its appointments. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS Are offered to those in attendance at court and other* remaining in town for a few days at a time. The-largest and most superbly Designed Hotel in Central Pennsylvania. All modern conveniences. Go try the Bush house. GRP. HOPPES. Propr. C. T Alkxaxdkr. * C. M BOWKB ALEXANDER& BOWER. At m 4 £atatt m J liuL a i