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I II . BAU LAND'S tl • ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLKFONTK, PA. HEAD-QUARTERS FOR DRY GOODS. —AT— THE BEE HIVE ONE PRICE EXCLUSIVE DRY GOODS STORE 1 am offering tho LARGEST, BEST and CHE A TEST stock of Dry Goods in Centre county. EVERY ONE SAYS THAT IS THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS. GO THEN AND BE CONVINCED. —ALL GOODS AT ALL TIMES SOLD AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICES.— Having received an immense Stock of Goods before the advance, 1 am able to sell Cheaper than any Store in Town. •bT-ALL MY GOODS ARE MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. HOPING TO RECEIVE AN EARLY CALL, I remain, respectfully, yours, J. H. BAULAND. My motto is, ONE PRICE—THE VERY LOWEST, AND NO MISREPRESENTATION." Practical Indian Civilization. Capt. R. 11. Pratt, of the United States army, in charge of the training school for Indians, at Carlisle barracks. Pa., made a very interesting statement to the House Indian committee relative to the success attending the above named school. He stated that in Octo ber last he brought from tho.West 140 Indian children, representing eleven different tribes, and began the task of in.-tructing them in the rudiments of civilized life. They readily adapted themselves to their changed mode of lite, and displayed an unexpected and unusual aptitude both in receiving and retaining the information and instruc tion imparted to them; that they seem ed anxious to learn and took hold with a /.est and earnestness delightful to wit ness. Many of them already read and write quite well, and all are docile and tractable. They hare a printing press in operation, cultivate twelve acres of ground, and three of them have been put to learning trades—blacksmith, car penter and puinler. Capt. Pratt stated that he had received numerous applica tions to accept more Indian children at the school, "Spotted Tail" desiring to send -.00 from his tribe in the spring. It is designed to invite a committeee from Congress to visit the school at Car lisle to examine its practical workings. Representative Pound's hill, which lias btoen favorably reported to the House from the Indian committee, pro poses to increase the educational priv ileges, and to establish additional in dustrial training schools, similar to the one at Carlisle barracks. The report of the committee on the subject suggest* Kort Bridges, Wyoming: Fort Craig, N. M.; Fort Cummings, N. M.; Forts Hooker and Lamed, Kansas ; Fort Rice, 1). T.; Fort .Sedgwick, Colorado ; Camp .Mlamburg, Wyoming. The report alludes to the compara tive failure of all attempts to educate the Indians by establishing schools upon * their reservations, scarcely one thou sand Indian youth having received schooling in the past ten years out of 7*,000 Indians included in the treaties providing for educational privileges. It is suggested tnat the true solution of the Indian question kes in the estab lishment of a system of such schools as the one at Carlisle. Burned to Ashes. CtREMONT or CRtMATINO Till REMAINS OF MISS HARTMAN. WASHINGTON, Pa., February B. —The remains of Miss Holly Ilartman, of Pittsburg,were cremated here yesterday ia accordance with her wish. At an early hour yesterday morning, at her home in Pittaburg, the body was in cloaed in a mahogany casket and was removed to the Union Depot, to take the train for this place. A large crowd gathered to see it off. The familv and Rev. Mr. Veterburg accompanied the body to this place, where a large crowd was assembled. A hearse and two car riages conveyed the body and relatives at once to the crematory, over a mile •nd a half distant, where everything had been placed in readiness by John L. Bye, fireman. At half-past eleven, the body, dressed in a fine white dress, was placed in the iron cradle and the hair removed. The body lay inclined to the side, and appearing as though in sleep. There was a little collar of lilies of the valley about the neck. After amice by Rev. Mr. Veterburg, consist ing of scattering ashes, etc., the body w a* wrapped in cloth which had been moistened with alum wafer. At sixteen minutes to twelve o'clock it was shoved into the retort. There was little odor perceptible. The ieineration occupied two hour*. The family left for Pittsburg on the afternoon train yesterday. The body only weighed eighty pounds. Tbe crematory was in charge of V. Harding, *on in-law of Dr. Lemoyne. No person "a denied admission, but only a few Wer e present. Strange Htery or a Lead Pencil. Fire years ago a man at Hartford. | nn., fell and became insensible. A surgeon then found a slight wound In hit body, close by the heart, and thought the man had been either stab bed or shot. A few days later, however, tmall pieces of black lead began to come out of the wound, and it was then concluded that in falling tbe point of a lea/1 pencil which the man bad in his *t pocket bad penetrated tbe body. | robins later brought out a little wood. Last Monday the surgeons used the *nife, and, to their astonishment, a whole lead pencil, which had been sharpened but once, was extracted. It wan 0 3-8 inches long, and the wool was split in two. It had been completely imbedded below the cheat and not half an inch from the heart. The man ia very weak, but it ia thought he will re cover. Webster a Appearance. His head was the grandest-looking head that had ever been seen on the American continent. It was ao pre eminently noble and impressive, and promised eo much more, than it could possibly jerform, that only one felici tous sarcasm of party malice, among many thousands of bad jokes, has es caped oblivion ; and that was stolen from Charles Fox's remark on Loid Chancellor Thurlow, as Fox once view ed him sitting on the wood-sack, frown ing on the English House of Lords* over which he dominated by the terror of his countenance, and by the fear that he might, at any moment, bursV forth in one of his short, bullying, thundering rejiort*, should any comparatively weak baron, earl, marnuia, or duke (fare to op|>ose him. "Thurlow," said Fox, "must be an imposter, for nol>ody can be as wise aa he looks." The Ameri can version of this was, "Webster must be a charlatan, for no one can be as great as he looks." Bayard's Consistent Keeord. Frum th Public Lwlfer, InI. Mr Bayard's speech in advocacy of his resolution to re|eal the compulsory le gal tender power of United .Mutes notes was in entire keeping with his high char acter as a statesman and record as a Sen ator. He made no attempt to give his remarks factitous value with partisan appeals or rhetorical flourished, but dis cussed the subject before him in the clearest and most direct manner, from the standpoint of u man interested only in the welfare of the nation. It was not the kind of speech calculated to provoke acrimonious discussion, but it was the kind that sets men to thinking, and that is what is really wanted. Philadelphia Markets. Pim.4i>fti.ri#A, February 9, I*9o. firmer nl wh'tt hat *<WarK! FLOI m *wi Flour It firmer *t>4 in little de mand H*la of I.OMJ barrrla, Including Mliw"ta tttr* family at 9ft,;***" ; IVnnayltauia d. do., al 9A) irt7; do. do. at 9* 7.%<7.26 l and p*tnt tnd other high gradM at Ry# flour la ataady at 96 |*r barrel. Corntnal—No Milea. We quote at 3.12* f o.h. Otim— W heat la 2r higher and In rather letter re queat. Hale* of 2,oin bmutala, inrlnsllng nal at 9149; aular at II 47. and No. 2 red, elevator, at $144. At the open board, flrat rail, 6,0 Imahrla April aold at fl 4*|. 91 49 aa bid for February , 91 4T| for Marrh ; 91.49% for April, and fI 49 for May Rye la atendy at 90r for Pan nay I van la. Corn ia In fair reqneat, Includ ing nil*o,| and yellow, at 67; and white at #lc. (Ml are qui* t and firm Hafea of 8,600 !>uaba|a, In* eluding rejected at 46c,and white at 44R4V. Bellefoate Markets. BSILSSOSTS, F*t>ro*ry 12, ISSO. QI'OTATIONS. Whit* ptr bushel '. 11 .*> K—l wheat ...... 1 3d Bye, per bnshsl.. So Core, cob SO Core, ilvIM M) (feu. .... - i Floor, rotall, per barrel ? So Floor, wholesale 7 09 HAT AND STRAW. Ilsjr, choice tlmoth;, per ton 4 H 00 Hajr, alixl. p*r too - I 00 Isinf rye .lr*w, handled, per toll ...'. 9 Mi Short draw, per ton .......fi 1001 to Proviaioa Market. Corrected weekly by Harper Brother*. Apple*, dried, per pound fl Cberriee, dried, per poood, seeded.. 10 Baaue per quart ■ Freeh batter per pound ■ St Cblrkeo* per poo ml Cheeee per poiind SO Country hami per pound lO llama, (agar cored..—. „ ..... IS Lard per ......... 6 K(S* par do* It Potatoe* pr l>uh*4.— *9 Dried twaf...... - 1 i AVw Advertisements. Cratre County Farmers' Home. BUSHJHOUSE. ' PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. Improved Sul.llng sad Cbrefal Huetler*. Iw Spect*J Rate* for Jurymen and Wltnwwe*. Claaallaaaa, Cnm forl ami Table Uaeatellad. NO DISCRIMINATION *nlttt the Producer* of our F-iod. than whom none ere more worthy, or more enUtled to etteeiUo* The Bush llou.p harlnf orar thro* time* tb* capacity of other hotel*, there I* ao nreaaioa or dlepnaltlaa to niat* the gueete In attic room* Thla account* for It* ■roods* Local Trad*. We do not troat your hot*** to th* rare and profit of partte* dtaronaerled with th* hotel. (IMf.J i H. MVBRS, Proprietor Neiv Advertisement*. MONEY Tw Loan at CJ per Ct. J 1 BY THE MUTUAL LIFE INSLH- A NCR ro or Nrw YORK. on flrvt mortgage. oil improved farm property. In rani tot Imm than 92,<00. and no eiraailiiig one-third of the present value of the property. Any portion of the nrincipal ran l*e paid off at any time, and it hui the custom of the company to |*rmit the priori j* I to remain as long as the borrower wishes, if ths imerest is promptly paid. Apply lo CIIAKLEB P BHKRMAN, Attorney-.! law, Mfl Court street, Reading, IV, or to DAVID Z. KMNK.Cii.'i Appraiser, 5Mt Relief.-lite, Pa. SKidiey Ml PAD IHE ONLY CUBE for Dialetes, Gravel, l>rop*i/, Bright's />).<■ ease, Pain in the li-trk, I .ability to lle'ain is Eipel thr I 'rinr, < 'alarrh of thr Bladder, Bur.i x.vj nr Painful Ur sating, Brick I hist I >epo*it, AjTeetinns of tie Spine, Xrrvous Debility, Fe male Weakness, and all J Si. eases of the Kidncyn, Bladder and Urin ary Organ h. It avoid* INTERNAL medlrlree. Is rfnfnrt*M* to the jato-nt ( • rtain in its rffwrt, and CtJRH wb*o nothing ete ran. Avdd all other Kttni* , .T Pans, as luanv worthless imitations are l-elng fone-1 uy<n the market. W# will send certificate* of curee, and our book, "How a Life was faved," free oj. n the receipt of your address. DAY S PAD •old by Druggists, or sent by mail on receipt of price, $2.00. F. POTTS OREEN, BBLtCVORTS. PA, WHOLESALE AOKNT r<>K I'ENTKK COUNTY. IJCBLIC SALE OF STOCKS I -OF TURNPIKK ROAD COMPANIES •mt at TH COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA. In pursuance of the ad of June 12. t*?A, the Auditor Oeneral will expoee to sale at the Men bant*' Ri* change, in the city of Philadelphia, on TI K>tAY. the 24*h lay of FKIIKI ART, I**. at 12 o'clock M, 1 *.*!' shares of Turnpike R<sd Ht> ks, now owned by the Commonwealth, among which are > PIIARRi* BNOW HIIOK AMD PARKKRBVILLI TURNPIKE The rertißcates for all theee stocks ranmd be fonud. hut the interest of the Commonwealth will Is add. The purchaser will lie entitled to the same nufl<er Of rota* as tha original MM Tenus. 10 per rent on day Of sale. the Isilanre within thirty daya t the Ptate Treasurer, when a transfer will lie given WILLIAM P. PCHKLL. Mw Auditor (ieneral, THE BEST OFFER YET. A Good Newspaper at Cheap Rates and a number of Good Rooks into tha Bargain A Copy of Worcester's Large IJuarto Dictionary and other inducements to ct ti h-getters. THE WEEKLY PATRIOT la • journal devoted to Literature, Agriculture, Poll. Ua, Sri.nr. nnd Newa. It give* ,11 th" new* of th. nl in r<>iiilnd form I'eno.ylranta new* l n ppnlil feature Enrb number contain* u completed •birr, nl<rM poetry, wit und humor, nrtirlfo fur the farmer, mechanic nod hoaae-wlfe, report* of market, editorial, oa rnrrenl topic, mil general mlarellany Price |2 to per annum. KPETIAL INDUCEMENTS FOR IMn. K.ery new uahorrtlier to th, Vtmt PtrainT who will tend na Two Dollar, cuah in udranre, ami e.ery old ralwrrtber who will pay hla arreat* and aend Two Dollar. In adiAtloa, will raralre una ropy of tbe Wttltr r.tntor for one year and a ropy of earh of tbe .Undard novel, -Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte, and "Daniel Deronda" by Qenrge Elliot, poatag* pre paid on paper and book*. TO ULUB-OETTKIW. Ten ropla* of Wiult Par* tor one year to onn P 0., and an elegantly bound copy of "Lent prler*'* t'laaaloal Dictionary" to rlnb-g*tt*r...fLl 00 Fifteen ooplea of We.tut I'tttwt one year to one P.O. and an llluatraled ropy of "Maran* la/'* If Mary or England" with map*, In 6 Vol,, cloth, lo clab-getter 22 St) Twenty copleo of WUB it Parmhrr on* yewr to one P.O. and a copy of flrie*t illiwtrated edl- Hon of Wnnseater'a Quarto Dictionary (pale ltab*r,' price llo.i*)) to rlntrgettar.— SO 00 Tharn rate* ar* atrtrtly raeh In advance. Remit tanrea *botil<l l* by P. 0. money order. Danr Paraior, 17 00 per annum. AridtwM, PATRIOT PUHI.IBBINO CO., A-tf . Haaaimvaa, Pa. Administrator's Notice. LETTERS of Administration hav ing I-ren granted to the nnderelgnedon tbe eetate of PIIILIP KRKTHKR, dereaae.l, late of the towuahlp •f Mile., Onlre ronnty, all pervon* Indebted to eaid drreaaed are r*<i*a*d to make Immediate payment, ami all peraona baaing claim* agalnat aald deceaaed will preeent them duly authenticated for payment. y*r DANIEL BRI'MOARD, Admlnlatmtor. For Sale. 4 FARM containing Fifty Acres, il and baring thereon erected a TWO-STORY FKAMR BUILDING and oat balldlng,. Title pod. laqnlr, of A. J. * T. ¥ ORIENT, 1 SMf Cnlonvlll*. Centre county, Pa. OOLbBMITiI, BTEIN .(' // 'MX TElt, Allegheny Street, Utilefonte, I'a. THIS SPACE IS RESERVED —FOR TIIK— PHILADELPHIA BRANCH Of 20 North Third Street, ONE PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE, Successors to J. NEWMAN, Jr., Who will open about February 20, at the Old Stand, with such a STOCK OF CLOTHING as has never been seen in Belle fonte, which they will Retail at Wholesale Prices. Harry K. Hicks, Hardware. lEL ARBY K. HICKS, [Successor to T. A. HICKS A 8R0.,] DKAI.KR IN HARDWARE, SADDLERY, OILS. | PAINTS AND STOVES. | EVERYTHING AT BOTTOM PRICES! TQ SUIT THE TIMES. Allegheny Street, BELLEFONTE, PA. South of Diamond. si ! Xetf Advertinement*. DisHolution of Partnernhlp. is hereby Riven, that the Ax partnership lately ktNn John I. and B M Mirl#**nt. ani tince tb ut j. hn iv Ud If Mi aritalalitrmtpf M. ut, un der th* firm nutn* of John D I.iab I Co , u on UM sth lay of January, A. IV I**o. 4ta*ntr#4 by mutual ronaant All drhta owing to the aai<l partnership ara to la rr#ltH ly the aajti K M Pttinlerant, and all de man<! on the aaine to I* pret, ..tod to him f<T pay ment R. M fTORMVART, IV It. LIEB, Adm'r. N. 11-The l>nine# will be continued at the aame place und* r the name of |*ho nix Planing Mill paiit. (Mi) 1 || -II KhKVANT. JUST OUT. HOOD'S GREAT BOOK OF THE WAR. ADVANCE k RETREAT, t'ernanat tlrprrienre* in (he United, State* and Confed erate State* A rmie*: Br GENERAL J. B. HOOD, Lata Lientenaut-Oaneral (onfedarate Mate# Army, published for The Hood Orphan Memorial Fund —IT— GENERAL O. T. BBAUREOARD, New ORLEANS, 1880. Th* entire |ir.*i*U art*in, from th* Hi# nftthls work ir* devoted to th- Th* Iltsal Orphan Memorl*! Fund. which I* LOJWLOI ID railed States lUftrtfffd I'tiih (or th* nurture, iw. support ami education of th. ten Infant. deprived of thelt parents l*t nimmo at New Orleans, I th* melancholy Incidents of which •ml l-crrs-.nicnt arc alill frvsih In th* public atad.) Taa aooi is *a tunilt OCTAVO, omrrtiaiM Mo f <'**, WITH ntt raotaoiara i.itxvtss an a rtat "tlif laaaariaa, Hani txraxmir ml raw wot. rt't Lenox ham or n*tt.g rtri.na, aoraa ir HIT* aoHlGlat KXULISH Cioti, it TIIKKK DOLLARS, oa la Fma Raatr Htwntwu. wtra Maaai.i Knux. TURKIC DOLLAR* AND FIFTY CENTS-ir HiU Boran Mo ■ocoo, Ltaiaar evri.a, FOLK DOLLAR*. oa la tat I. IT ART Tram Mono, v., rru Uut *■ tin Know, riVK IMILLAK* (>n tha receipt from any prraow remitting by mail or exprern, of the amount In a registered letter or by a postal order. bank draft, of check, a ropy will bo Im mediately aenl flea of postage, registered oa second class matter. The Tolnme la published ItHhe heel atyle of typo graphr, on elegant popor, with illustrations, executed aa highest apeelmeus of art The author, the -object, th* pnrpoae, all allka render II worthy a place In eeery llhrary.—oa erery deek—or upon the book shelf of erery bona* In Ike country. Agents wanted la every town and eoaaty la the I'nlied Htetaa. and a preference will be gtran To hoa orably dlarharged reterans of Ihe army. To Ula ladlea, who feel a deal re to expiree Ihetr syra palliy with Tin lloon intent* Mxamui hn, the •ale of thla honk' among their circle of friendx, will afford an axcelleat way of coatrlbntlag rabatantlal aid to ao daserrtng a cause. For terms, tales to agents, Ac., add tree with fill partlcolara, Ork'L O. T. BKADRBUARD, Publisher, 0* xxatir or rax HOOP MTW-.nui FT-AN, b-tf New Oatatas. u. PATENTS. TJATENTS procured upon Invcn- I tlons No Arroaait's Fan la AITARCI, Oar Hnaae xraa established la I MI. We CAVEATS, and obtain TRADE MARKS, ITBHIiIN PATENTS, Ac. INVENTORS send as a Model of ycntr Invention, with yoar oxra description nf It, for oar opinion aa to patentability. No Arrohßir'a Fan nun I'artwr HI ffmnnua. Oar Booh of lastraction. Aa, "Haw TO Pnoccnx P*rairrx," •eat frae aa request; elen sample en pirn of the Ronff rino Rhroaa, the 1 n v*n tors' Journal. R. 8. A. P. LACKY, Patent Aitomr y*, M F R, near Patent Office, Wsshlagtoa, D. C, Groceries ami Provisions. NEW GOODS —FOR THE— SPRING TRADE We have given very close and careful attention to the selection of goods for the Spring Trade, and feel justified in saying thai our present Stock cannot be excelled either in regard to Variety, (Quali ty or Price, and we doubt if it is equaled in either of these respects by any house in Centre county. There are too many leading ar ticles in our stock to moke sjteei/it mention of them all, but call atten tion directly to a few items that are now being sought after every day. FISH. Mackerel are of good quality this season and are selling-rather faster than usual at this season of the year. We have been selling noth ing but full weights —so lbs. of fish in each quarter barrel and 100 lbs. tn each half barrel. They have better value for the money than short weights. Lake Herring and White Fish are very fine this season and sell ing freely. MEATS. Our Sugar-Cured Hams, Dried Beef, Breakfast Bgeon and Cheese are all worthy of special mention. F RU IT. Oranges and Lemons are very fine and the price low enough to to bring them into every day use. But the price on these, goods will be much higher in a short time. MEAT MARKET. Our Meat Market, next door to our Grocery room, is always well supplied trith the choicest meats. We kill the best Beef, Mutton and I col that can be found; dressed tn first-class style and served to customers in the neatest, cleanest manner possible. Groceries and Provisions. No house in the Grocery and Provision business in BeUefonte is prejxired to sujyply all the \rants of the family so well as we can do at present. SECHLER & CO. GROCERS, Bush House Block, BeUefonte, Pa. CIIKAI' '.JROC KEY —AND— PROVISION STORE. S. A. BKEW & SON, Humes' Block, next door to Pott Office, Are now eelllag good* la their llae at mncb reduced price, for CAftß or la ..change for all klada of COUNTRY PROD ICR. They are receiving good* every day, to that rnetoaaer* can feel certain of getting PURE AND FRESH GOODS! Their stock ta complete and well tolerted, aad ronstM* In pari of Eight and Heavy Groceries, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, Orangw, Lemons, Nuts A Rata in*, CANNED AND DRIED FRUITS of every kind and variety. THE CCLKBRATED WASHINGTON BUTCHER Earns, Sides, Shoulders —AND— BREAKFAST BACON. Together with tb* rhotceat DRIED BEEF. Banana wanting goad. In their Una will Sad it tbetr advantage to pre them a call. CASH PAID FOR POTATOES. 7>r// Goods and Groceries. TTARPIH BROTHERS, SPRING STREET, lIELLEFf >NTE, PA., Have their counters and shelves filled with NEW GOODS, f BANKRUPT RATES Purchased at • BANKRUPT RATES (BANKRUPT KATES WHICH TIIKV OFFER AT BOTTOM PRICES, BOTTOM PRICES, BOTTOM PRICES. CONSISTING OF Dry Goods, Millinery Goods, Clothing, Fancy Goods, Notions, Ac. BOOTS and SHOES BOOTS and SHOES at very low prices. BOOTS and SHOES HATS and CAPS Latest styles of HATS and CAPS HATS and CAPS Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, Parasols, Ladies' Cloaks, Carpeting, Groceries, Ac. Oomptirieg every thing th*t can be band la a flrat rlaas store. HARPER BROTHERS, SPRING STREET, . . BELUEFOKTE. I*A. COVNTRY PRODI'CE take a ID ezebaag* at tha htgheal market price. v.W ixtcJlaticous. C IJensJ'l'W A T . STATE NORMAL SCHOOL (Eighth Sormal School District,) LOCK HAVEN, CLINTON CO , PA. A. N. RAUB, A. M., Principal. r PHIS SCHOOL,as at present con- A nituted. offre the eery het tadlltiee for Pro feeetooal aad Classical learning. HalUiog* meiout, inviting aad roaaa.4i<m; com pletaly heated by *tam. well ventilated. and fumiab ad wltb a bountiful "|>t-ly of pur* water eofl apring water. lenliua bealthful aad eaey of accaaa. Burr, wading areaary unaurpaaaed. Teacher* experienced, efficient, and alira to tbelr work. tHsclptiaa, firm and kind, uniform and thorough. Bipeneee m.derate. Ptfty rente a week deduction to tbtae preparing to teach. Student* edmittrd at any lime. Oouraas of etody prreeriled by the State I. Model Rrhool. 11. lYaparatnry. 111. Elementary. IV. Sri entitle. ABJOCt rot BStS : I Academic. 11. Oammerclal. 111. Muair. IT. AH. The Elementary and Scientific coureee are Pro leaelonal, and etndewte grwdnatlag Ihereta receive Bute Diploma*, oonfarring the fallowing and mnw ponding degree*: Master of the Element*, and Maeter of the Science*. Graduate* la the other courm recwlre Normal rertlßcatea of their attainment*, Hgned by the Faculty. The Profeaelonal mor*** are liberal, aad at* in tboroughnem not Inferior to tb.oe of onr beat college*. Tbo State require* a higher order f rlUreeahlp. The time* demand IL It la on* of the prime obie. to of thieechool to help to ee< are It hy fr Dialling Intel ligout and efficient teacher* for her arhool*. To thia and It wdtrlte young peraon* of good abtlltle* and good per pre**—thooe who iteeire to improve their time end their lalenU, a* nudenU. lb ell eoch It promleee eld la developing their power* aad nbendait opoortnnltta* for well-paid labor after leering echoo) For catalog** end term* eddrea* the Princtpel. an,an or rarer***: Stockholder*' Tiuelae*— J. II Rarton, M. D., A. 11. Beet. Jacob Brown, S. M. Bicklord. Samuel Christ, A. N. Raul, R. 0. Cook, T. C Hippie. Earn. G. Klntaiag, R. P. MrOormlrh. Mnj . W W. ttenkliTjob* A Rohb State Trwetere Hon. A O. CuHln. Hon. H. L IHef frith#, h. Geo Jeeer Merrill. Hon. William Bigler, J.C. C. Whalry, S. Miller MrOormtek. K*.,. HonWILLIAM BltihEß. "trident, Clearfield. Pa. Gem JKBBK MKHKII.b.V l>rerid-nt. Lock Itaren,Pa 8 MILLAR McCOKMICK, Secretary, THOM AS TARDI.RT, Tiveeurer, - - WOODWARD SEMINARY. Bearding aad Bay School fcr Young Ladles aad Littls Children, BKCOND AND LOCUBT STREETS, HARRIBRURG, PA. Reenter teres will hegta SEPTEMBER Kb life. Course of Mudy-AAamk end Scientific, With Marie and Art. Hoard aad tuition front fafffi to SKK) a veer sad a* ailru For circular* and ail dmlrabl. Intraoral*.* addr* . _____ PRINCIPAL. PENSIONS. A disabled Soldier*and heirs o( A V deceased Soldier* whs died from cnamqueacm -" * PRIONS! MO ARRRARS altowrd after JDLV 1, lame. Sand tteiap* tor rail laatrwctiooa In all klada of eridtora' nldliM J. H. SYPHKRD A CO., Pension Atf ~ eel r Street, W ASHINGTON, 6. (j,