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—— Thursday Morning, April 28, 1881. CoatssroftDKNCS. f.intslnliin Important news, • .It<ft od from any part of the conntjr. No communlr atl, ns Inserted unless accompanied by Utc real name of tire writer. REMOVAL. —We desire our friends to notice that the office of tho CKXTHK DEM OCRAT ha* been removed from tho Bush House Block to tho building on the North West corner of Allegheny and Bishop street*. Office on the second floor j eu- | trance on Allegheny street. We have, pleasant quarters and will bo pleased to have friends and patrons call to see us. I NOTICK. —I call the nttontion of the ( public to the fact that I again havo my , office in the parlors of tho old Conrad Houso.just opposite tho Brockerhoff House, , where I shall be glad to meet with all , persons having legal business to be attend- , ed to. D. F. FORT NET. | Local Department. —ln that >ft when nhowrrra t Cfell (brth rtir Rtaeo, and wk* the riding flower*; Wbt-n opening Imda aalute the welcome day, And earth relenting feeU the genial rny ; A balmy aleep had charmed my care* to reat, < Aud lore itarlf iw l>eiiihcd from my breftat, (What time the morn niyteriua r!ahn bring*. While purer alum her* epread their golden wing*,) A train of phantom* in wild order ro*e, And joined, the intellectual acetie • III|WHG* —POM. Buy your cigars of Harry Green. ( —All the handsome people buy their f cigars at Wilson's, Brockerhoff How. —Two thousand dollars have already . i been subscribed towards tho erection of a seminary in Miiesburg. —The elephant filled his trunk with j those splendid 5-cent cigar* at Wilson's, ( Brockerhoff Row. Mr. Simeon Haupt is making some ' , repairs on the residence recently purchased ! | by him on Allegheny street. —On Sunday last tho "tormentor" as- , ccnded to almost 100° in the sun. But j then Vennor predicts snow in May. —Tho Young Men's Christian Associa- j tion, of Aitoona, expect to purchase a building for their own use during the pros- j cnt season. —Go to the meeting of the Bellefonte j Temperance I'nion this (Thursday) even- ! ing, in the rooms of the Young Men's Christian Association. Mr. John Williams, a respectable and well known colored citizen of the West ( ward of this borough, died on Wednesday ! morning of last week. —The Philadelphia Branch sold a large amount of clothing la-: year, but the sales during tho present season promise to far exceed those of any former period. —Wo notice the name of Mr. Holt, of | Snow Shoe, mentioned among the lumber men whose rafts were floated into the Wil liamsport boom during the recent flood. —The railroad depot at Snow Shoe was I seriously damaged by fire last Friday ! afternoon. The flames were extinguished I with much difficulty. Loss about Si!UO. —The Watchman of last week very sen- ( sibly suggests that the council of Belle fonte attempt to refund the btxrough debt at a reduced rate of interest. Why not 1 —Young man, attend to that cough in time ; it may save you from years of suffer ing. Green's Syrup of Tar, Honey and i Bloodroot is a pleasant, safe and sure cure. —jßrown Bros, are making a specialty of new whiskie* never before offered in Bellefonte, such as "Golden Bute of the ; People," "Ilannisvilte" and "Dougherty.' —A young son of Mr. William Grove, of Buffalo Run, died of scarlet fever on Saturday last. Two other members of the family arc suffering from tho same disease. —The prosperity of the Philadelphia Branch store does not consist in tho large profits made ti|*oti single article* of cloth- i ing, but in the numerous sales at a slight profit. Bavarian and Bohemian beers surpass any malt liquor* ever before offered to tho public. Thc*e sparkling drinks can ho had on draft at Brown Bro*., Butts House. —The usual monthly meeting will be held in the rooms of the Young Men'* Christian Association next Sunday after noon, at 4 o'clock. Mr. Cbarlc* F. Cook will conduct the exercise*. All are in vited. —Tho modest violet, one of tho first j blossoms of spring, has already unfolded its peU'.K, telling us that the season of flowers is at hand. Finer blossoms may follow, but none will receive a warmer j welcome. —Tbo building adjoining Harper Bros, ■tore on Spring street, and owned by Mr. Tlio*. Reynold*, which is now being con verted into a handsome residence, will be occupied by J. Newman, Jr., and family, of tho Bee Hive store*. As we have heard nothing to the con trary, we uppo*e that our Greenback friends are still anticipating the visit of Gen. Jame* B. Weaver, of lowa, to this place next Saturday. We notice by the r.owspaper* that he is now on a tour of ipeech-tnaking throughout the Slate and always attract* large audiences. —Our friend, Mr. Abe Baum, appeared on tho street yesterday seated In an elegant new vehicle called the "Valley Queen." The beautiful paint under which It li now so rosplendcnt was applied by Mr. 1 eager, who I* now In the employ of 8. A. Mc (juistlon, and la a brother of Mr. Henry Yeager, of this place. Of course, it was always full of paascogeri. . —Tho 30th of May is Decoration Day. Who i* to deliver tho usual uddress on tliHt occasion ? —Much care u displayed In aeh-ctlng the beautiful clothing now for sale at the Philadelphia Hrancb. —The choicest display of men's and 1 boys' clothing ever brought to Ilellofonte 1 is now on exhibition at the Philadelphia i liranch. 1 —Tho Convocation of Willinmsport, of which tho Protestant Kpiscopal church of this place is a part, assetnblod in St. John's 1 P. E. church, Catawisaa, on Tuesday even ing. Kev. John Hewitt is in attendance. —Allegheny street near the junction of Linn presents the appearance ola deserted grave-yard. Workmen have been engag ed for two weeks in searching for a leak in the water pipes, but they have not discov ered a gold mine yet. —lt required several pages of the (Jar man House register, last Monday, to con- 1 lain the names of the attendants at court and others who made that hotel their headquarters—aot that the names of these 1 individuals were so long, but because there were so many of them. Much dhsatisfaction is expressed with the grocers of this town for purchasing poor butter at the saino price they pay for tho good article and making their j customers suffer in consequence. Ills an imposition. Which grocer will be the first to make a distinction ? —A reunion of the surviving soldiers of the late war, residing in Tioga, Lycoming, I, Potter, Bradford and Centre counties, is to be held some time during this summer, i the date and place hereafter to be fixed, j Delegates are requested to meet at Wells- j boro, Tioga county, on the .'Uith of May to make arrangements for this interesting ; event. Mr. John H. McQuistion, of Butler, t 1 brother of our agreeable fellow-citizen, j 1 Mr. S. A. McQuistion, died on Tuesday of 1 last week in Hunbury. A few weeks ago i he received a stroke of paralysis and had i gone to the home of his sister, Mrs. Z, ig- 1 ler, of that place, to receive proper care 1 and attention. His death . quite sud- ' 1 den and unexpected. —As the days grow warmer people be- j 1 gin to think of their summer trips to the j 1 sea-side or to the mountains. All the 1 summer resorts are hard at work getting 1 ready for the hot weather, and doubtless a larger number of people from Centre coun- j ty will visit thorn than over before. But people who desire good groceries can re- j , sort to Sechler A Co's grocery store at all , times in the year, and they will always i find an immense and excellent stock. —The number of newspapers publi-10-d i in Pennsylvania continues to multiply with startling rapidity. The latestcontri- ■ bution to literary fame in this direction 1 which we have received is a diminutive but readable daily paper called the Sun, ' and published at Blooinsburg, Columbia < county. Its publishers are Aleni B. Tate i and B. W. Kahler. It purports to be "independent in all things, neutral in nothing." So long a it adhere* to these ' high principle* wo bid it success. —Another Polar expedition is on the ! tapis. It is to leave the port of San Fran cisco about the first of June, with the os tensible purpose of searching for the lost ship Jeanette, from which nothing hss been heard for a long time. We ho|>e the , mission of the investigating party may be successful, but we are absolutely certain j that if it sails from pole to polo it will not find a bottery grocery storo than that of S , A. Brew A Son, of this place. Tho very ' best groceries are brought from ail over ' the world to furnish tho stock for this ' store. —The first of May is the regular time for New Yorkers to exchange their place* of residence and is with them one of the , most important occasions of the year Bellefonters can congratulate thcmslvc* ! i that this disagreeable duty is over with | them for the year 1881. All the families of this place arc now comfortably settled in their new homes, and if they purchase their groceries of Sechlcr A Co. they can live in domestic peace and happiness. But the most essential requisite to the above re sult is that they buy all their groceries at Hechler's store. —One of the young misses of New('atle is so infatuated with Thomas Murphy, sen of tho temperance advocate, that sno drop ped a note for him into the collection box ! last Sunday and it was handed to that ! gentleman on tho stage by one of the deacons, attracting the attention of the entire audience.— Phil'a Time*. Evidently, Mr. Thomas Murphy is a very captivating young gentleman, judg i ing not only from tho above occurrence at New Castle, but from similar actions on the part of the yoiyig ladies of another place not far distant in which he took oc casion to spend a few days. —Sunday last was the most beautiful and balmy day of the season, and Spring bonnet* were out in great numbers. They are indescribably lovely, but our readers may gain some Idea of their general ap pearance by the following remarks of the Rack/ami Qiurict : The new spring style in bonnets is just too sweet for anything. It is made out of some kind of stuff, sort of delicate in tex ture, and of a rather lightish color, kind of cut away on the sides, and rollad hack on the top, and scooped out underneath, and trimmed with some sort of ribbon •tuff that looks nice, and some kind of other sort of material that is handsome, and It I* all fixed on In that kind of way which looks so much like something that we can't remember, and the whole effect Is very exquisite, reminding us of a most beautiful something or other whose name we can't just at present call to mind. THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COMMITTEE. —ln pursuance of tho cull of tho Chair- i man tho Democratic County Committee mot at tho Bush House, in Bollofonto, on Tuesday afternoon. Tho meeting was called I to order by Chairman Meek, who announc- 1 od that tho first business of iiuportanco for t tho coinnilttoo to dotormino would bo tho I apjiorllonniont of delegate* to tho different | election district* for the ensuing two year*. < Tho apportionment win bHod upon tho < Dornocrutic vote of the county in IHBO i and I* an follow* : t Vote. Drln/atrn. ( Bollofonto, N . W 108 2 H. W HI a " W. W 46 1 ' Howard Boro 62 1 i Milesburg 43 ...... 1 , Millhoim 124 2 I'llilipnburg..... 231 6 ' Unionvillc 40 1 < Bonner 104 4 Bogg 210 4 Burntido 42 1 College 92 2 t Curtin- H6 2 i Forgunon, old 102 3 " now 03 t 1 Gregg, north 79 2 " south 2" 3 6 | Maine* 2h9 6 Half Moon 19 1 Harris 142 8 Howard 9M 2 llunton 00 1 Liberty 94 2 I Marion 9® 2 Mi 100 2*o 0 i Button 60 I ; l'nn I'>H 3 l'otior, north 179 3 " south 221 4 Itunh I*l 4 | Stiow .Shoo 137 3 Spring. 212 4 Taylor 32 1 . I'll ion 79 1 i Walker 230 6 ( Worth 76 1 Tho meeting of the committee was an unusually full one, every district in the ; county except f.ur being r.pr r.led. A j nunMe r of other rrominent Democrats, J ' , I not mcuiberj of the t< mtnlltoo, were also present. The bot of feeling prevailed , and the proceeding* wore renden-d very , i interesting by an agreeable interchange of 1 opini n upon variou* subje. U of ini|iort- ( anew to the parly. 11. A. SlrKtr, K-q., | acted a* Secretary, and after the transac- ; 1 tion of tho business laid before the com- ' f in;tte.. it adjourned to meet again at the i call of the chairman. SILVER WEDIIIMI. —Last Friday I the twenty-fifth anniversary of the wed- j ping of Mr. and Mrs .John II <>rvis, of [ this place, and they celebrated the occasion i on the evening . f that day by entertaining ' a large number of distinguished ginTt* fr.ni home and abroad at their pleasant , reaidenco on i.inn street. Tho weather ( wa favorable, rendering the evening one 1 of the most delightful during the present spring. In regard to tb number of persons | present, the elegance of the toilet* worn bv the ladies ami the quantity and quality of the refreshments served, it wal by far , the mo-t brilliant atlair witnessed in Belle. < fonte for several years. ThegifUol silver ware received by the happy couple w- re numerous anc! extr- inely elaborate and . costly, n--table among which was a dinner 1 service of seventeen piece* presented bv the Ontre County Bar Association, an 1 a solid silver ice ereatn service from the bar jof Clearfield county. Th affair through- i out was very pleasant, the Judge and his ; ldv exerting their rare power* of enter- 1 j tainment until each gue st felt thoroughly |at ease. The number of per-ons present j doling the evening is estimated at from , two hundred to two bundled and fifty, j l At about 12 o'clock the plea'ant com pan) i dispersed, enthusiastic in regard to the 1 evening's pleasures, and wishing their en j tertainer# all the bappitieM tl<l can be ; vouchsafed to mortals. HnEßis-r'a .HALE*.—The following will , show tho disposition made by hherifi ; Spangler of the property in his hands on ! last Saturday and Monday : No. 2, being land situated in Patton i township, containing a two-story frame ; house and bank bnrn, was sold to Dr. J. Y. Dale, of lloalsburg, for $2919. No. 8, consisting of a lot of ground lo cated in Milesburg on winch was a small dwelling house, sold to C M. Bower, Ksq., for Mts No. C., consisting of unseated land locat ' ed in Bush township, sold as the property of John Copenbaver to Win. It. Blair, b r $36. No. 7, consisting of one hundred acres of land located in Libsrtv township on the . main road leading from Milesburg to Lock I ilavcn, owned by P. B Crider, sold to Ksther A. Gardner, of Liberty township, for S4IOO. No. * included several tracts of land located in liush township and Philipsburg borough. It was sold as the property of John H Wagoner to J. W. Gephart, lv*q., for SIOO. No. 9 was a lot of ground, a two-story frame house and stable in Central City, owned bv Harah Thomas. It was sold to Nathan Kephart for $26. KIM.EII OR THE BAIL—THE VICTIM A CENTRE Couirnr MAR. —At an early hour on Sunday morning the almost lifeless body of a man was found lying on the railroad track in Altoona. He was recog nised as Mr. James Allen, formerly from Boalsburg, this county, and now living in Tyrone. His injuries consisted of the left arm ground off at the elbow, bis thin con tused and his skull fractured. It Is sup posed that be was struck by tho Cincinnati express engine bound west. He was taken to his home in Tyrone, where be died at about three o'clock in the afternoon. —Excurtlon ticket* wero sold from Uellefonte to Tyrone on Tuesday for those who desired to visit show which exhibited in that place. Very few ponpie, however, took advantage of the opportunity. TIIE AORICULTURAI. Socrrnr. The quarterly meeting of tho Centre County > Agricultural (Society was held In the Court i House last Monday evening, and although I the attendance was small, it was larger than is frequently tfnj case on such occa- I sions. In tho absence of President K. W. Hale, Mr. Austin Curtin was caMed to preside over the mooting. The ininulc* i of previous meeting were read and approv ed, after which A. A. Dale, Esq., the sec retary, tendered his resignation,suggesting the advisability of electing H. I). Bay, Esq., to that position. Mr. Dale's resignation was accepted and Mr. Bay elected a bia successor. Prof. Hamilton, who represents the Centre County Agricultural Society before tho Stale Board of Agriculture, gave a report of tho meetings of that body which he had attended and the work oi the Hoard. Three members of the society were then delegated to represent its inter e*U at tho meeting of the truster's of State College—Col. Weaver, of Milesburg, John A. Woodward, of Howard, ami John Kishel, of potter township, being elected to that position. Then followed the prin cipal exorcise of tho evening—a lecture on "Barrenness : Its Cause and Hemedy," hv Whitman S. Jordan, M. N., Professor of Agricultural Chemistry in State College. Tho lecture was replete in valuable infor mation for every farmer. The Professor i* a strenuous advocate of chemical fertil iser* when properly used and applied None who listened to his remark* could fail to gather from them many suggestions which would prove bom-lb ml in practice. A few questions were a-k'-d the Professor al the close of the lecture, afi r which tin meeting adjourned. CELESTIAL PHENOMENA -An exchange | indulge- in iiii. following remark* regard ing the interesting and novel |>sitiont recently a.-um<d by the members of the planetary system of which the earth is a part. It rays: " La. t Friday morning there happened, as only happ- ns once in many years, a grand assembly of tin- planets, ari l f.>r hours the Sun,the Moon, Mercury, Venus, j Mars, Jupiter, Saturn and N-ptune, not j to sp. ak ol i. < rowd or asteroids, w ho, like j poor relative*, nr.- always on hand, kept each other company in the regions of the sky. The event was of a strictly private character. Th.-se interested V'ilc-1 it a- 1 , far as |so-lhl" behind a curtain of sun shine imparviotu t" Um vulgar m, Th j event Was not considered of any *|>C(:l significant e by astr .notners ; it was simply interesting ■-n ao. untof it. rarity, but at pre-, nt no practical results could !>-• gain- | ■d by oh- i vat ion. The lad simply ua* that all the pint Is save I'r.vnu* were in the -ame quarter of the heave.is, all rising ami eiiing within a jteriod of two hours. No two are suje-rimj lat any time, and ' so no useful observation can )"• made. The i t'biiie-e dale the beginning of the world j at the moment when all the planet* and ill" sun had tiie same right ascension ; that l to say w hen they alt has! the same iongi- 1 tude, or would all rise and set together, j , This situation, if it ever occurred, mu>l have been cycle* ago, but at long intervals j remarkable gatherings f the planets take plnie, just like tb- present one. These ; ofw n give rise among the ignorant to van- , us predii lions. In 11 HO. on such an oc< a sion, Christian. J- si-h arid Moharnedsn j seers combined to (rophesy the world's end It went on. however, just as la-fore, and just a* it probably will after the pres ent event. Hereafter, however, such - ombination* may he rn -re observed in reference to their effect on the sun spot*." I Sivir FIRE CATTL*. — Col. Ceo. Shrop shire, of Bourbon county, Kentucky, has now on exhibition in the stables of the j Carman House, a few splendid specimens ot blooded Durham cattle. They consist of one bull, five cow* and two heifer . alve#, and are pronounced perfect beau- ' tic* by all who see them. Col. Shrop- I shire will spend several day* in town,dur- ' , ing which time these noble animals can he j viewed and admired by all who feel inclin ed to do so. Wo In-lieve that some of them r for sale. There are two or throe spec imens among the number, however, which 1 lie will not pari with at any price and In | lend* to save them for exhibition at the ! next State Fair. A TERRIBLE Br N A WAY. —We learn that Dr. J. M Bush, of Buffalo Run, was the victim of a aomewhat disastrous run away near this place on Tuesday afternoon. Ho was thrown from the vehicle in which he was riding, falling under the horses' feet, and receiving several frightful kick* in the breast. He was carried into Her man's Hotel, where his Injuries were at tended to. We hope to hear that he will speedily recover. POSITIVELY AT COST. —At Graham and Son's Boot and Shoe Store, on Hishop-st., one thousand dollars' worth of those ele gant boots and shoes, the remains of the City Boot and Shoe Store, are offered for sale at cost in lots or by the pair. This offer will continue during the April court, and prescnta a rare chance for cash buy ers of which they should not fail to take ad vantage. 17-R. —On Monday morning an accident oc curred at the railroad round house under somewhat peculiar circumstance*. A load ed coal car was pushed Into the round house and when near the entrance was detached from tho regular train, the proper action of the brakes being relied upon to check it* progress. * But for some some cause those appliance* failed to fulfill their usual office, and the car continued iU course, coming in violent contact with the wall of the structure. Tho car carried away a portion of the brickwork and shattered a window. The brakeoian es caped injury by leaping from the car be fore the concussion occurtcd. —Five sent* will buy an elegant cigar of Harry Green. lir- ua Miaiia,. PERSONAL. Mr. Bernard Lsulh and daughter, of Howard, are visiting in town at the residence of Mrs. Henry Brocker hoff. Miss Bell* Bankln, one of th attract ive young ladles of Boalsburg, is visiting her friends in this place. —Prof. J. M. Duncan, the prospective county superintendent, made a "flying" visit to town last (Saturday. —Prof. f'has. Bauer, a former writing mast'-r at the Belief onto Academy, was in Belleionto on Monday. Miss Georgia Kemblo, one of the accomplished young ladles of Miflllnburg, is at present the guest of her undo, Dr. T. It. Hayes, of Linn street. Her friends In general and her gentlemen admirers in particular are exerting their best efforts to render her visit pleasant. Mr. George Potter, brother of Mr Jame* Potter, of Harris & Co s hardware store, Is at present visiting his home in ! this place. —The numerous friends of Mr. C. L Calloway and hi* interesting family will be delighted to learn that they have re turned to Bellefonle and are now occupy ing pleasant apartment* at the Bush House. —James Miiliken, Eq., accompanied by 1 lii* beautiful and accomplished niece, Mi** t'iara Miiliken, departed on Tuesday morning for Plainfleld, N. J. They will remain lit that place a few day* and will then go to New York to embark for Ku rojie. They will not return until fail; j meanwhile, b<>n royayr. THE CON. EI:T ON Tt E*L>AT NIGHT.— | A large Hnd brilliant audience assembled in Ilume*' Hall, last T . "Jay evening, u k-t II to the musical programme prepared , f->r the occasion by several of the best ■ gentlemen and lady vocalist# of the town, accompanied by the Bciiefonle Orchestra, all under the direction of Mi*s S. Ohn ma< lit. Aided by the quii k and graceful oiovinM'* of Messrs. Kyle MFarlane, Dr. Geisingcr and J. Irvin Hngerman, who acted as u*hers, the large audience wrc all comfortably sealed by the time the inspiring strains of the "Semiramide Overture" were heard. This beautiful composition as Well a- all the other selec tions rendered by the orcio -tra were re- ' cciicd with high xpreasi. i.s of pleasure by the audience The two solos sang by . Mrs. Magce wire rendered :n that lady s most ia*y and gra. cfui manner and fol. 1 lowed by applause. Mr*. Dr. Hayes also I -ang a * '■•• very sweetly. Tbe two fl .te : *..!■• by Mr. Bierly, of Milesburg, mark that gentleman a p. rf.-. t master of the in strument Mis... Nannie and Sallb- Mc flinley, Miss Mit'aln. Nt and Mis- Mary Bradley sang several songs in splendid style and in tbe "Wedding March were mr -ied. It sem* almost unnecessary to allude to the air "In Native Worth' by- Mr E M Blare hard, or to the trios by M** El Blandiard, Dr llarri* and Mr. E. M Blanchard. Their high musical culture is acknowledged by all anil their j renditi'.n* on ibis occasion seemed t*> sur pass all former iffirts. Mis* Obnmacht i r.-sidel at the piano with mat. hb -s skill and also to,,k part in the *■■ a! ] .rtion of the concert, singing two duett* with Mrs. 1 K ! Blanchard. Mi-* Kimmerville aasist • d Miss Ohnmacht at the piano. The floral decorations were much admired. The receipt# of the evening's (Witerlain incnt were about S7O. ANROUNCEMERT. —Prof. I> M. Wolf, , of (spring Mills, desires u* to call the at tention of the schisul directors of Centre oesntjr to the fact that he is a candidate before the convention of that body which , a*semble# in the Court House on Tuesday, the 2d of May. for the office of County j Superintendent of Public Shools. THE GREATEST BLENMNH.—A simple, ; pure, harmless remedy, that cures every ! time, and prevents disease by keeping the . blood pure, stomach regular, kidneys and liver active, is the greatest blessing ever conferred upon man. Hop Bitters is that remedy, and its proprietors are being Ideas ed by thousands who have been saved and i cured by it. Will you try it 7 See anolh- ! er csdumn.— KayU. —We are informed that the Mountain House, at Snow Shoe, Is now open for tbe reception of guests. It is the determina tion of Mr. Peters to make the Mountain House one of the finest summer resorts in the State, and it is to be hoped that he will receive such encouragement and support as will make his efforts entirely successful. The house will he kept in first cl** style, and during the hot month* of sifmmer should attract a large numbr of patrons. —The railroad crossing on High ( sUr*et is frequently obstructed of late by long line* of freight cars which are allowed to remain on the track at that point for seve ral moments at a time, to the serious de lay of vehicle* and pedestrian*. We hope the railroad authorities will make an effort to have this practice discontinued, a* the people of the town have rights in this re spect which should he regarded. —The Daily A'on records the death of Mrs. John P. Harper, which occurred at Beech Creek, on Monday morning. She was a sitter of Col. James F. and George B. Weaver, and was about sixty-six years of age. Her funeral look place yesterday afternoon from tho residence of Mrs. Sheridan, of this place. —Go early and select the best from the large stock of men's and boys' clothing at the Philadelphia Branch. —Who baa 111 Ticket 310 wins a box of cigars at Wlvn's, RfooV'thoff V -v. J5 chink** at Coi RT. —Tbe uiual tpring eion of Court began on Monday with lli> Honor Judge J. U. Orvi and A**o ointo Judge* Franck and Given on the bench. Monday '* ">ion of court wa* oc cupied with tho atual routine of bu*irie on tbe flr*t day, lucb a* calling over the panel of juror*, (wearing and charging tho grand juror, taking the return* of the re tiring con*table*, arid approving the bond* oCatnd aduiinUtering the oath to tbe newly elected countable*. Thi* being the term of court for granting tavern and naloon li cenic*, the following, after neveral retnon "trance*, were heard by the court and granted : June* Panimora, I'bilip*burg borough ; :G. li. ltiiuie, Poller; 11. G. Sbatfer, llnlni-; Ga*id J Meyer, Potter; Henry Itobb, Walker; W. 1. Manner, Millbeirn j in.rough ; Uottleib liaag, Hprir.g townnfaip; . < A Faulkner, I'hilipttiurg borough; A. KoblUtker, Hogg* townnbip; George Mi 1- ! I'-r, Oragg townabip j Perry li mover, l'enn towunhip; John 11. Odenkirk Potter; i Jonathan K reamer, Millheirn borough; Jtobert Lloyd, Philip*burg ; Jeffrey Have*, j iiunh townnbip; G II Parker, l'iulip*. ! ''org ; Jacob Cook, Howard; John Katnr i dale, Phili|>nbiirg ; Emanuel Brown, Mad monburg ; G P. i'< tert, rtnow Shoe ; .Jno. ! G. U/./.le, Snow Shoe; Samuel Beyer, | Snow Shoe ; W. It. Teller, H<-ilefonte ;* 11. Broc'kerhoft, liellefonle ; Gaiiirl Carman, Ucllefunte; K. Brown, Jr., Bi-llelonte ; John And'-rnon, Bellefonte; Yeager Sc Gowning, Beileionte ; Fred. Smith, Belle ' lonic. TucnUav'n neation of court war entirely o. cupn-d bv lli<-ca>ool the Common wcaiiii v*. David Hurler and Levi Kverhart, | *uper\i*or* of Marion townnbip, lor neg lect of their official duty in not ke. ping I a road in proper renair leading from the ' main f ad between Jack*onviljc and Belle fonte b Engine Ore Bank, owned and operated by tbe Howard Iron! inpany. Common wealth *-. Jatoe* Steer, borne dealing, liili ignored. Commonwealth yn. Win. Baney, forni i atioD and ba* lardy. True bill. Commonwealth v*. Sumuel Pownell, Larceny. True bill. Commonwealth vr. Wm. Mann. Bill - ignored. Corn in -r: wealth v. Minnie Gray and Fannie Miller, bawdy bounc. True bill. < . noawwanllh V-. Jane - White, carry ing concealed weapon*. True bill*. I Common wealth v*. Kdgr Clark, *- -auil and battery arid aggravated a-rault ar.d battery True bill- Common wealth v*. Wm. Woodward, i charged with vagrancy. Verdict, not guilty, cn Ut ground of iroanity, and i ounly to ; co-t*. Commonwealth v* John G. I'z/.le, a*- ' *au!t and batbry. Prowvutrn, France* A Wolever. Bill ignored. Commonwealth v* John G. Uxtle, a ► ault and battery Bill ignored ar.d coun j ty to pay coal* Commonwealth v*. Jacob C. Auman, burglary. True bill. 1 Commonwealth v. Jacob C. Auman, larceny. Bill ignored. Common wealth v* Henry Fryer, lar ceny. True bill. Common wealth v. J 11. Swart/., a**aull and Imttery. True biil. Commonwealth v* John Fugate,cutting : line of tree*. True bill. Commonwealth v. Jim** Z<-ig]er, hnr*e ! *t*-aling True bill. Caw before jury, j but not dirpoaed of. Commonwealth v*. Jame* Fi*b, forr.ica -1 tion and batlardy. True bill.. —lt eame and bv thin lime it u gone a i the circu*. It come* once, twice and sometime* thrice a year, and it* advent i* ttlany* hailed with plea*ure. People a *etnble from all direction* to *ee it, and a* the y.-ar* pa* by it grow* in popular favor and eteew. In city and country alike tbo reult i* the ame. Thi* time it wn the Grand Circu* ll- val Yeeterday , morning the train bearing the roonter 1 elephant and the hundred* of bird* and .wild vnimal* pulled into town and for i hour* the crowd of men and boy* waited j patiently to *ee whatever would be vj*ible l of thi* wonderful aggregation. But we 1 go to pre** too early to give an account of j the performance* and of the crowd* that j a**emblcd to *ce them. Wc have no doubt, however, that the exhibition* were up to the ftandand and gave the auditor* the uual plea*ure and *au*faclion —On Monday morning la*t a new hotel i regi*ter wa* opened at the office of that old and popular hotel, the Garman Hou*e. The book came from the *tabli>hmenl of | Mr. llulter, of llarri*burg, and i a beau | tilul *pccimen of printing and binding. It it a model of the kind, and we under ; *tand that tho credit of it* de*ign belong* I to that enterpri*ing young gentleman, Mr. | Al. Garman, one of the excellent *on of the proprietor. In tbi* connection wo j may a* well tlatc, a* an evidence of tho popularity of the Garman Iloute, and of the large patronage that it command*, that !up to Tueeday evening—two day*—thi* ; new regitter contain* the name* of one j hundred and eighty-three guetl* of tho hou*c. —Gilmore Ac Co., fiV.i F *lre*t, Wah inglon, D. C., reijue*l every aoldier or *ailor who erved in the Union army dur ing the late war, to *end bit name and I pol-offlco addre** on a portal card. Write j plainly name, po*t-offlce, county and Mate. In return you will receive a copy of a new paper, America, containing valuable in formation. 17-21. —Tho old M. E. church ca Jai! bill I* now undergoing extorsive alteration*. We do not know who the pre*ent owner l, but believe the building i* to be con verted into a dwelling houee. —Spring wool on* now ready. Early order* solicited. Money *aved. l-lf MnxTooutaT*A Go., Tailor*. MARRIAGES. HrJnilTAl. ntAHK.-ta raUH****r*, April |e. ie*i, a* lc*a MM*. 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