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Thursday Morning, November, 9,1882. Oiimrt^Pssca, roatalnlnt Imporun I nm, *.>IUII *d from ny |>wl of lli* county. No comßiunlrstt, n lawrUd BBI*S* BccompBl*d by lb* ml DUB* of lb* vrlMf. Local Department. —GOT. K. E. Pattison. Judge Sila* M. Clark. —Lieut. GOT. Chauncey F. Black. —Secy, of In. Affaire J. Simpeon Africa. —Dr. Hoy wear* hitjhonor* gracefully. —And Hunter and Meyer are to repro- ( eent ui at Harrieburg. The flret enow of the season fell on election day.— Daily Hew*. —Capt. Tolbert will bo one of the Jury Commieeionere for the eneuing torm. —Go to Harris' hardware store to have your tinware repaired. 44-2t. Mrs. Catherine Sanderson, of Bald Eagle township, Clinton connty, was burled on Sun Jay. —A good heavy men's overcoat, at 1'J.76 only, at the Boston Clothing House, Bellefonte, Fa. Go to Harris' hardware store and gnt Wolf to do your tinwork, if you want a good job. 44-Jt. Auurew O. Curtin goes ba?k to lon- Ifrn.a with 'be mnt flattering endorsement of his constituents. Tho Baptist congregation of this place will worship in the \ . M. C. A. hall on Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock —The "Little Giant of the North," as CoDgreesman-at-Large, will be an honor to the State. Mortimer F. Elliott. Miss Effle Straub returned from Indi ana county last week. She had been visit" Ing there for two or three weeks. —William A. Wallace will represent the 341h District in the State Senate this year, and Pennsylvania in the U. S. Sen ate in 'B4. Yea, Tueeday was tho coldest day the Republicans have experienced for twenty ye*rs, they have been pricing fur-lined overcoats. —Kev. D. M. Wolf, of Spring Mills, will occupy the pulpit in the Reformed church of this place, on next Sunday mornißg. —Treasurer Keller, of Centre ceunty, accompanied by his family, were in the city Saturday, the guest* of Dr McFn lyre.—hock Harm Journal. —Our readera will be pleased to know that Mrs. J. G. Love ha* returned from Clifton Springs, N. Y., with what her physician term* a new lease of life. —Do not endure the torture of illfltling boots oi *hoea when by a judicious invest ment pf a little caah you can sacure some of the work naw being turned out by Doll A Mingle. —Miss Maggie Jackson, of Osceola, is visiting Mrs. Joe Furey. Miss Jackson is deservedly very popular among the young folks of Bellefonte, and her return was a source of much pleasure to all. Mrs. Harriet Taylor, of Pleasant Gap, ran justly lay claim to having the largest sweet pumpkin In Centre county. The treuure measures five feet three inches in circumference and weighs eighty pounds Mis* Litzio Forstcr bat organized a class in painting—both oil and water color —and is meeting with abundant success. Mis# Lizzie ha* done some very creditable work and it the possessor of considerable talent. —'Squire Reifsnyder and S. I). Muster ! 01 Miilheim, were in town early on Mon day morning looking young, fresh and spry as any one could. Tbey Jeclined to confide to us their errand and we are too modest to attempt to guess —ln speaking lat week of Mr. Richard Carman as learning the watchmaking trade, we erred, for "Dirk" is now a mas tar mechanic, and judging from specimens of engraving ezecuted by bim, it it evi dent that he ba* been busily engaged and made capital use of his time. —The National Hotel, Miilheim, Jona than Kreamer proprietor, is one of the moat pleasant and home-like public bouses In the county. John 11. Kreamer, who hat been placed in charge of affairs, it rapidly becoming a popular hotel-man. When in Miilheim put up with Kreamer*. Mr. 8. D. Tobias, well known to Bellefonte people, was in town last week. Mr. Tobias baa been unwell for sometime, but looks very much better now. His natural good humor and pleasantry is able to overcome any ordinary attack however, and we trust many are yet reserved for him. —The social of the M. K. congregation is one of the attractions offered the public this week. It will be held In the lecture room of that church to-morrow (Friday) avening, and an invitation la eztended to all. Tba program has been so arranged a* to have the exercise* be both entertain ■ Ing and instructive. —We notice by sale bills printed at this office, that Mr. Thomas J. Moore, residing 2 miles north of Howard, will dispose ot a large amount ef personal property, con sisting of horaea, cattle, wagons, corn by the bushel, fodder and farming imple ments, on Thursday, 2Sd lost. Mr. Jos. L. Neff will cry the sale. —What might have resulted seriously proved to ba an occasion of a little scare, only, on Sunday afternoon. Mr. "Hard" Harris while driving at a rapid rata down Spring street ran Into a vehicle driven by Mr. James Potter, which wae with a* great a velocity coming out of the alley near Harper's (tore. Our friends narrow ly aacaped being seriously hurt. CLOSINO-OUT SALE.— Wo direct the at tention of poultry fanciers to the stock to be sold by our down-town contemporary, the Hcpubhcan. Unlike most collections of this kind, the display consists entirely of large, able-bodied roosters, full grown, fat, well groomed, and, until Tuesday, In oxcellont health. That no mistake be made it Is deemed best to slate that this flock has always crowed loudly upon tho announcement of Republican victories, and will require years of careful training to acquire an averago knowledge of the shrill, clear arid melodious music now to gen erally heard througblout the land. One of tho specimens, that has over been indo fatigablo in his efforts to whoop 'or up on election morning, it cagcd separately, in accordance with the wish of Chairman Hastings, who ting* thusly of the said chicken : Coop that Rooter, for he's weary, And his drooping hoad it bleary, Coop hiin, hide him, it it best ; For there's not a chick to fear him, And there's not a hen to cheer him, And thero is no egg laid near him— Scorned by those who did revere him Hide him—coop him—let him rest. Oh ! his comb is cut and bloody, And his legs are bruited and muddy, And his breast with blood is ruddy, And hit gills are darkly blue Empty craw and bursted gizzard, Tail and winga completely scissored, Felled at ono decisive blizzard Routed—skinned from A to izzard— O, poor cock—a—doodle do ! At the same limo and place a large lot of cannon, flags, boats and display type. No |K>*tponoment on account of tho weath er and a fair choice to all bidders. James F.. M 'Cartney will conduct the sale. THE ELECTION. —Tho result of Tues day's work it very gratifying to the Demo cracy of this county and State. Tremen dous gains and overwhelming majorities for our ticket lie scattered all along the line of battle, tho onslaught was care fully conducted and so overpowering was the decision of the people that the Repub licans are completely dumbfounded. Gen. Beaver can flic no objections to the conduct of the Democratic campaign in this county. He was treated a* a gen tleman should be, and in the borough of Bellefonte magnanimity characterized the bearing of his opponents. His entry into the political arena was mado with more pomp and ostentatious display than that of any other candidate in this State for years, and wo hope he will be borne away gently, for rough usage now will surelv result in political death. In the evening Chairman Forster's head quarters were thronged by anzious in quirers, waiting for the returns, and from every tongue came the query : "What of the night F.arly report* were not favor able, and the joy of the Republicans was exhuberanL Tbey hastily procured num bers of tin horns, the same that were so popular during 'BO, end the note for awhile was terrific. Telegrams conveying intelligence quite different began to pour in about 11.30 r. a. and then the tune turned. A large number of youthful I>cm ocral* procured horns, drums, etc., and serenaded the mesl prominent Republicans, omitting, of course, to [.ay their respects to Mr. Beaver. The reader* of the DEMOCRAT will find the official returns of the county on the tirt page of this issue, and to that state ment tb'-y are referred for further particu lars. Mitceni-RO ITEMS.— Mr and Mrs. Wm. , Grassmyer are mourning the deth of a little child, which died Nov 2d. They have our sympathy. Mrs. Zimmerman, who had for years been a suffsrer from cancer, died at hr home in Central City, Wednesday night, Nov. 2d. Her relative* should find con solation in the thought that her sufferings are over. Our old friends "Spud" was in town all last week, working at plastering with E. D. Noll. He is still "one of the boys." The new oyster depot is completed at last, and lovers of the mollusks will find it an attractive plate to dine. Mr. J. C. P. Jones has been quite seri ously indisposed, and though able to be about still looks quite pale. The happiest man we know of at prea ent is Mr. Butler, teacher of our 2d school. It is a fine little girl and came one morn ing last week. The latest enterprise here is a pool room in Harry Levy's store room, under the supervision of Mr. Lewis Bullock. Poaai bly It la a necessity to our town, but if to, • necessary evil, to our boys at least, who •re better off at home. Kev. Kdwards, who preaching for the Baptists here for a month or to, baa accepted a call from the congregation* at Miletburg, Bellefonte and Marsh Crack, and baa gone into winter quarters with Deacon Robert Shirk. He will have bis studio in one of the small claaa rooms la the Baptist church. "Skipper" looks quite disconsolate. Hit wife haa gone to Lehigh county to visit. This ted the Ule. Mileaburg, too, baa iU newsboy. He cornea around lata Saturday night, or aarly on Sunday morning with tba Brcakfmit TnbU. We all indulge. —Mr. R. A. Beck, the gentlemanly bar ber whoee place of business is under the First National Bank, in ordar to keep up with the demand* ol his iocreaalng trade ba* placed one more chair in position and secured the service* of a first claaa Phila delphia knight of the razor and shears. Mr. Beck is not only holding his own but gaining MW friend* every dey. —Jumpy waist* continue to hold away with unabated vigor, and the ingenuity of manufacturer* and dreaainakera teem* to bend chiefly on producing now varieties, or making raw combination* with other material*. Waial* of black or dark blue Jeraey webbing with collar* and cuff* of *oarlot or pale blue caahmero, are in favor with young ladie* and girl* in their toon*. A good utility coitumo can be mado of a plain, wollflni*hed black raahmere aklrt and a Jorey wuiat of any color, from a eimpla black, to a glaring Arabi red. Kng ll*h atyle* alo maintain themselve* in abort jacket*, trimmed with Ilranheburg*. The French importation* even out-English the Kngllth in their masculinity, since with thorn, plain linen collar and cuff* are worn, together with a hunter'* carf of figured linen, fastened by a gold *carf pin- There is no change in the shape* of break fast tarque*. Tho style* continue simple, lit the figure slightly, arid generally come in white or delicate tint* of blue, or pink. The most elegant matinee sacque* are madu of cashmere or satin surah, with full garni ture of lace and ribbons or embroidery. —The prevailing taste at present run* to small, round hats, and very sensibly so. The Gainsborough types are now relegated a* a rule to young children and young ladies. One of the leading milliners showed me a charming Knglish hat, made of castor colored felt, trimmed with veivet of the same shade, and ornamented with a young sea gull in gray, black and while at tho side. Another hat in army blue felt is trimmed with electric blue and is adorned with a blue bird at tbe side. Little gray cedar birds, their wings tipped with cardinal red, and miniature cocks arc now very extensively used. The greatest novelty of the season however in the con fection of hats, is leather lace comp<>ed of an ecru guipure net, with the pattern run by tiny threads of leather or brown kid, or ornamented with a design of leave* and vine cut from leather. Thi* lace laid over velvet or satin, form* the crown of small bonnet* —lt is ■ good thing to keep one * tem per io control. It t a sad thing to have no lcrii|>er to keep in control. Some men are disturbed because they are disturbed. They regret tbeir temptation to get angry ; whereas they would be worth a great deal less in the world if they couldn't get an gry. Unless they were temptable, they would be neither admirable nor efficient. Thank God tf you have a quick, strong temper ; and pray God to enable you to keep it in due check, and to use it wisely. 111-Biting clothes cause much of the dit play of frelfulnesa alike so unpleasant to the party himself and thase around him. It is seldom that any one who wear* l/owin'* clothing exhibits tich poor con trol of their temper, as to get mad and make a dunce of himself Try the Phils Hranch and find out. Their goods and manner of dealing are veritable panaceas for ordinarT discomfort. —lt may be laid down a* an incontro' verlible principle that no family c*n be happy without employment—regular, di versified, continually recurring employ ment. There may be the possession of wealth, there may be an ample domain, there may bo everything externally to en joy, but unlea# there be appropriate em ployment to occupy the body, engro#* th# mind, and awaken the energies, there can not be happiness. It is the active, indus trious, persevering fsmily that is the truly happy family, not tbe idle, the slothful, the useless—not the family that has no definite plan.no fixed and im|>rlanl ob ject, no personal and collective energy. Neither can a family be happy without a liberal supply of pur# fresh groceries and provisions—in fact.tbekind Secbler A Co. deal in. a —To-hight H. 11. Harthberger, Esq., of thi* place, will be married to Mis* Julia, daughter of I*. Karnhart, Esq , of Cur tin'*. Our quiet, gentlemanly friend se dately kept his affair of the heart to him self until the arrangement* were all per fected and then announced himself ready to assume the responsible duties of a bearded Benedict. Of course tbey will be happy and we heartily add our sincere congratulations to those of their many friends, joining In the general wish that the tree of life may bear nothing but sweet, delicious fruit for them. —Mr. E. Conrad, of the McYeylOwn Journal , has requested tbe presence of every member of tbe fraternity, in the Juniata valley, at Huntingdon, on Satur day, Nov. 111, to expree* their view*on the organisation of e society to be known ** the Editorial Association of the Juniata Valley. There ie en urgent demand for the formation of en organlxetion to pro tect the interest* of tbe editor* end pub lisher* in thi* district, end we trust the movement may not ypd in smoke. —Th* Ladies' Aid Society of the Epis copal church met at th* residence ef Mr*. A. S. ValeaUbe, on Monday evening oi last weak, and resolved itself inte a "pound" party. Mr." W. 8. Zeller* offi ciated as auctioneer in telling tbe con tributions, end owing to bU skill In induc ing the member* to offet very satisfactory price* for the article* fl I. were added to th* treasury. Tbe society will meet et the Rectory nest Wednesday evening. r Mfrln th* Diamond Dye* more coloring Is given for >0 cat*, than in any 11 o 26- cent dye*, end they give faster end more brilliant color*. —All tinware done by Wolf at Harria' hardware store is warranted. 44 2t. —John A. Woodward, of Howard, spent part of Monday in town. —This issue complete* the contract we had with campaign subscriber*. We shall be pleased to have them continue. —Our Hpring Mills correspondent, Prof. W. A. Krise and Jacob Kisenhuth, Esq., of Millheim, were noticeable on the street* of liellofonte yosterday. Ellis L. Orvis, K-q., did some effective campaigning this fall. Mr. Orvis is one of tho moat practical and convincing stump speakers that we have ever heard. Messrs, W. F. Hbugert and Frank Keller, of Washington, Harris Orbiaon, of Princeton, and l>r. O. P. Klshel, of Philadelphia, were at home on Tuesday to vole. —At the election on Tuesday a great many who during the campaign had shouted for Stewart until they were hoarse, meekly walked up to the jolls and voted for Gen. Heaver. Verily, independence of this sort is cheap, and in addition to ac complishing nothing, actually misleads. Hut hurrah for I'allison and tho whole ticket! —Fattison can thank many of the young man of Hellefonte for their support Among these is Mr. Wm. Doughman, now with W. K. Hurcbfleid, grocer. This is our young friend's second vote, and, if he continue* to adhere to the principle* ad vocated by Gov. I'attison and hi* friend*, will never have any occasion to And fault with the administration of our state gov ernment. Hurrah for tbe young men ' Mr. Calvin Sanders, of Mt. Eagle, who was seriously injured by falling from a freight car, which he was assisting in loading, on Monday of lat waek, we are glad to announce i improving slowly. 11* struck hi* bead and back against another car and for soma time it was thought that lha accident would result fatally, but as yet Mr. Sanders seems to be in a fair way to recover lf you want a good job of spouting or tinware, go to Harris' hardware store and have Wolf do it. 44 2t —Mr James K M'C'srtney has scscorsd more cheap notoriety than any other man in Pennsylvania during this campaign, and likely considers himself a bigger man than Don Cameron, which, by the way, is not saying a great deal for either of the gentlemen. If Mr. "Mc" calmly and pa tiently bide# hi* time he may lie afforded the opportunity of organixing another club, sometime, but possibly his failure to deliver the goc>ds tt.is time ha* settled hit gonae for him. Curtain, exit M'Carlney L"l tbe band play. —The street disturbance made by the jubilant Democrat* last night was a dis grace to liellcfonte. The drunken orgy before Gen. Reaver's residence was an In sult and a contemptible piece of business We will give the matter an airing in to morrow's issue. Yesterday t .Vevs Had you not as well take a little trouble to ascertain some of the facts betore Tent ing so tnuch of your spleen ' There was not a single drunken parson with the party, they did not go to Gen. Beaver's residence and there wa* nothing disgraceful about any part ol tbe display. Rut, sweet little darling, our joy is to complete that you scarcely receive a moment'* notice, *nd, then, 100, life is just a wee bit too short to stop and kick all the dogs that happen to bark al us "as we go marching along." After several weeks of the most dit gustingly damp weather, and unhealthy warmth, cold weather has made its appear ance with the suddenness of a thunder clap from a bright sky. Tbe shopkeepers, who have undoubtedly lost money during the term set aside for the fall trade, now hope for prolonged and severe cold so that they may make up on winter goods whst they have lost through their fall failures Furs have made their appearance in all the windows. Heal skin holds its own, hut oUer and monkey skin will be worn very extensively, in spite of their expensiveness In sealskins the long pelisse is the most faadionable wrep. Muffs this year will generally be mede of tbe same materiel as tbe dress. Thus a lady to bedraaaed prop, erly out of dooo*, must have as many muff# a* the ha* walkingdr#ssn*. Military and Frinca Albert coate maintain their popularity outside of fur garments, but many ladiee who do not favor masculinity in woman's dpeas, are taking very kindly to the little short mantle* and small dol man* with Oriental ilcevee which the French mantua maker* have introduced. They are mede of the tame material a* tba dreet, and are lined with bright red, garnet, old gold, or eome vtr legated kind of eilk. Tbey may be trimmed either with 0 thick pinked ruche of the material of tho mantel, # border of velvet, fur, or even feether*. Smell mask veil* of dotted telle ere now the proper thing to wenr with vel vet turbent. Thy* come in numerous col ore end metch UARurhan In color. Hand some new glofW are shown In garnet color. The veriou* esthetic tint* such a# terra rotta, dragon blue, old gold, clay, etc., have grown to common, that the di -5n iliac that make fhehion* have decided at n new shade wa* necwiary. • * —-Special inducement* for Fell and Winter clothing during th* Summer month* 27-tf MOWTOOUXRT Jt Co., Tailor*. MR*. I)AVII> KIMPORT. —More then a year ago this lady was prostrated by an attack of something similar to paralysis, hut until Wednesday of last week enjoyed ordinarily good hc a ltb, at which time a repetition of the same disorder confined her to the couch upon which she expired on Thursday. Hhe was about <52 years of age and for a long time resided near Mill heim. Her husband, two children and a large circle of friends and acquaintance* I mourn her death. Theexercises attending her burial on Sunday were attended by a large concourse of relative* and friend*. Knv. Adam*, preacher in charge of the Centre M. K. circuit, presided. There i a comforting solace in the thought that she wa* prepared for the summons that called her from the walks of men To thai gr*t)i! Immortal i<t+r* H+yuwl tl.it r-alm of broken iin November Court. Tho JO.MOI HAT takes pleasure in furn ' isbing its readers the following li.ts— Grand Jury, Traverse Jury, for flr.t, set* ond and third week, and Trial 1. -I, for first and second week. Court will convcno on Monday, Nov. 20. The Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and (Quarter Sen. sions will commence on Monday, Nov 27. Preserve these lists for reference ORXN'D J CHORA. iMitrinan Innk'r Rtlf'l II W Koupr Farmer Mi! F. 1 Jfcdt II J 1 M l Tt' li-r J Arne|f*tt F*ll n'r (' K o?t< r. Aim r Ml'lg J C MIl#-r I :*• W KfrtrnlG* : I**' I'lH' n U T lf. fr Lftlsorr Wft ra'Uir-r |Mi, r J lir r.ff Karniff ColUg* I |i (>► n " |> Kttrrt It • ) A w ** |!u*h r |w-mr*r - Ni)koMtr lint • tit * fh M II IWhra '* " 1' hull Furmrr 011 Muvpt " J M Alt*r ttaa'nm f Walk r I. 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Mat FIR-.T w Kl,k f Fraefe .. ... *•* lirmlnfr P ! .rialhat. Kf'.ut't J-*a F lltfrhel <iwnfge l#arter Mlilhelm Rar.kit.g f\ " Jn.e#< (Ynw Ia:.tl Traaater .... ' Aamtael Tiea*tef II 1 Aan Feil * R I leatlw r* A Ron Irlah Ptraa ' JT l.r F* P MrC-rm. k "Ml farker Chat Van leff<lr I'rriiia ll R C M J I t Iver nae ttf " J K M eter l II llaattnff* " ()*• M letr#r TRIAL MAT.—FlniMi MKU Jn o Mhor*a Fra af al. ra f AS.sf-. #t •) J O Aar ket trustee ** Karah A X<f M ll R %tu!h' llar>4 • • i.ew.rge R |kk Wm it " I.M Mueh Catharine ||r.ffmar. ~ llenrt Rr an HMU Mk!• Ml * l\> .. "J C Mot* AHo |*n fee ef al " (I C M ter e| al Tho# Reftmian M JT F"let R * Mmh> • r M Rower et al W J Th aapKdi * < alherlr.e IhiMt II 1 Bam Ja- A < ' ' r The llat I* n < V* t f | (I A Renaoi k Co. *' J Tlftnc* n a ith < lauee fmrat J I C fl Mrohebr wee f ... " Andrea lanmr| Harder flartet . *• iw r.i.et taj. per I,t llqriti I Afaneker ...... " J (' Raar.n M P ii-ienktrk .. 'J II (Mankirk <lfjl.ill 1 Co l.im . " I< K reamer Ma I I l H tit -MC Bell A " Ttfffoa •• J R Wa'kla* ef al J X (era# ■ ( Aharr* r TV- MerrTman ... " J T F<*a|ar (frajMll A Do Lin. •' Kmm Rraameref al J R Flaher " R II DntM t al J II fAlenktrk ' 7' • F t et al J<* Oteari • Kara >M .. TK Fe*lngton Itain A AlHa. n * A II Bentilasu Admr WR Allien Jr. heme t W Manaoti " B m BhM> —Wilson, McF*rl#ne A Co., cell #tlen- Iton l<> ths only relinhlc Ready Mixed Paint ID the market. The Pioneer Pre pared Faint is not only superior to any Ready Mixed Faint void but rivals pur# white lead in its smoothness in working and durability. This paint i* guaranteed by the manufacture# not to crack or peel within three year*. Tbe guarantee is not oaly good far replacing the paint but it will be put on if it should crack or perl within the tim# specified. It will be to your Interest to call and see Wilson, Mc- Farlana A Co., lefore purchasing either whit# lead or any other Ready Mixed Paint WALXUT Lxar H*tn RKSTORKB .—It is entirely different from all others It is as clear aa water, and, a* its nam. indicates, Is a pat tec l Vegetable Hair Restorer. It will immediately free the head from the dandruff, reslor# gray hair to it* natural colur, and produce a new growth wber# it ha* tallan off. It doe# not in any manner affect the health, which Sulphur, Sugar ol laad, and Nitrate of Silver preparations have done. It will change light or faded hair In a few day* to a beautiful gin**# brown. A*k your druggist for it. Rack bottle I# warranted. Smith, Klin# A Co., Wbolmal# Agents, Philadelphia, and C. H. Crittenden, New York, 4-ly Til K VICTORY IS Of KS. I KVKBVTHIKO FROM THK AT- I.ANTK TO lilt i-A' IFfl'f A CWI:KPI*(; I.EMU RATI- ,UN MCII ! Tin* Democrtiiy of < Vfiir.- . ,t,ntv will I celebraln t!■ great I><-m rnii- vkuny of , Ttwlay la.t by n graf,'! juhil.-e to If hold ; nt Bollofunle, on Saturday Evening, Sovrmbrr 1!, The order of lb* evening wsII <,,nai*t of Illuminiitiona, I'arad •, M . , nnj S|>F-C||. *. Oaf fHwrti thfooyh ilUMMabian eurdialiy irn iti-d io l. j.r. rot v, tih „ and take part in our rtdebratiori Collie mi foot, C ll.< on I ,'eeba' k. i .11 .. in wiguM, Turn out ;ii tour -ir, i gtf, at I lot nt l.uve n Rinriout tim- It. 11. HoRVTEU, ('hairmttn —Soin I. time AGO the J'-NIIF'. Evat.in I.N:iro,l Company CORNMORICI-RL char ■•'"l: I atoragn f, r f nft< r IT LIB.L r. tin. ■ -<i urn-ailed for „ , MRT:, R, length of tin. ■ A , CHANGE hut L.EOR, 11.8 P. if, ,R.O rati- OF fV,|. AYE, Btnl line- Nov. LET tin- folio* ir ' raf t I HAVE I .-n in . FT.-N J-,. R J, (I , , I more than 24 brim, a }<."!..*• .ml ol 21 hour* or fr*'ti *i t:,. *• !, 2". < . r.•. • each no i'<-.hr,|F day or In. Ui re,.:, !n | cent*, I>r any nunlr rof .Jay* f r ,, m j [ . !30 day, tl "0 Kaeeptior | rag' arrive* l„-tw<. n p m - -uHr.v • pM. Sunday, r. • rhargn v 1,. S( J„ until 3 p 11. MOFI .111 I'll TIMED BE-. KK* will H- : Iby AGENT* ON . ,t . in*'. * Jof 20. For n. .re than 3NDAV. ti,, R. ■ • . • •torit.R -I • • ■ ■ FO day or fruition, I'll nt- f.r . * , 1 ing day ur.l i the -Kith, In cent- I * • i Iday*, 91.00. -/. H ./■■nr.m' J —( •to Hsrrit !.TD I••A T O i . • your tinwar- ROIR. : Br llofoat G,-*ln M*rktt. I ifavi- * an*. |H>t aJa ■ W I.**T. If*, I , I ' rn R I ' at. I-f bii'l,. , Hi'l'f ; Flour nl.<D*m , I R.;1,. flatlet *> it,,).r i, .. ~ l'rnrilon Market. O.nelM •VI, I Y T no., .O. M|l*f too. i • . .. |II 4 uai t I • • i - || - • | I ■ k. M ,■< • , • I | Itttr) kUUM ; • , I • ; l f M|gM '•**•! 21. lu/t.o *l.' Ld J|N 1 •: : . j. lie* MriM ' [KIH lf+t .. !„ A '•' .lifrrrfJnriMi'iifr. / MII'KT I'ItOCLAM ATIOX. 'V. u Iff HI tla- fit. - 4 V,..,* . 1V,.. Ift.l ? 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IINKH " SHERIFF SALES. virtu.* of aunriry writ* ..f Fieri I > Ma t.,-i i . itt.*l ~'j, .f ißf Ciwrt of Iv.n n..-,. plm* .1 1., ~. | OOUNTR. •<! to Hi. hIW. .'"F. <tO* *lll IF i,t pal.li. alt Ii Uf u*n 1|,.,w m H.:IF| ,u. Saturday, Nov. 2.i, A D. 1882, •11 > F'IM r M . I*. Mlmift* d •,*,( I rot KUtl" '.f tba d. fi'tid .fifa I *• if Sn All 11 Ml r r-rlain m"*t.*r" t*T. vi*nf nr : •, f • anat* to tf,r lf.*tif it tf r*ti> t,, !,* 1 nv | bml .inwhu.l M fallow* u> am inning at j*..- far fbav.'# *l r. .|H : , ,• H IT4 n t.. thrar* It t<* of Kg bf*m J liam* Ml* fib I •.I*' m| IT. ft fo j. ,*• fbw>< bp MHWj " " t!; 'MI • '' * i- -km h 1 t j ffs lUtift a .1 HUmhard • nib 7 ft t ,Hat Ibarw ly M of an a :fb L oaaf fti .f| t jv ~ tbrnc# * nth IT| * a *l IT< ff t |. .i ..f u ff ,, 4iA|-Kin| lit" *m* B..atttg at .1 i t gri.nnd wbkb b* a<l X4|)|iam J. W . Uatn* It in<J. m m *. I—ar.n* Wflliatn* Tb-r'>.Ti *rol#d a ta.-*t rt *.; iii, bmar, a *tc+% and a half*f<*r* r.wtn. mm bin* abopar •! <t tnldit r 'f-d. t*k r. .t. r*.. nt> u stnl j . I* •!! m lit* |'ii*lj f It It VI lha> T.J M NK 11,. ffh#riJ|. PXE< I I < IRB NOTICE - Ertat* I J l.( rttl.li*F M J*Fl In lite Conn I ON..# roßf.lv TI." *O<ii.. *|>polr,to< . Y 111. Bill IV.*RI L MI. ||„ .V.FIFIoi.. BSOAI |(„ xnanl I Joßa rmi, ,* i*. ,U"n< , r „l n.K RTT.iril IIIE nof U,. .and* In iti- L,,..|.. ' ,K, . RRAMT, ti *4 *M nt IW I'MLLR "..filled TBRTETN ; Billetten.l |.I IH" DUILE* nf t| ID'iue>. n. N T ldh.ll llelleaMile. .Ml frld* IH" ITLL, day ..I \ N > ero IF-T A L>. IMS. at In O < L.-K A, M H*n *O.l BTORR LL 1 IW.tle* lute" ".lM ran *ll.l*l if O M ., p.. f' F FORT \ Fl. AB'htnr. • U.ST RAY.—C'nfiin in the [.jrntirn I J nt Ih* anhM-,ll*r. In UAR.NN Innnahlp. U nt TH* ML.LD ■ of (A-,.,enilT L.L A White Itetf.R, ■>, ,nl Ln VARA <DD. nifh A. Nd aI..L ih* ne. H and A noirh J R OIL 'F IH* r.*hl ear, Th* ..* |* d. .*,] M MM* f-T*aid frnie PMNERTI and take her N < ' oUterei** eh* *lll he D..P.ED NF AER.FDTO|T * U< RkXIKt. .IRftVK. . Ho*. *, t;. 4Wl _ pXECUTORW NOTICE.—N Id la hotel , Cli-n thai letter* t--.ua>. >.'a,t .* >h* j Mated Hannah Mail, later. IVna n-a nahip IVeure val, fa . dor' 4 hat* t.nea (ranted ... K .a* 1. ra.nh rnantl .la aat.t to.,..hip I" ah.an all |e<e„a ~.41.t. Ed 1., eat f ette ate r*.,„. at.d in make ptUFfil and •am ha*fn rlalm* m deatarnla .111 make kn-<>, the fame .Itbonf 4'ht Kl.t kr K fOHTII Klnrah* i I IUTOU'S NOTICE.'- In tin n,. 1 a fhane' Coatt at I enlre naalt ; In the mallet , ef the eeUle of Conrad FtraMe laterd Ralket toaaahl, ' deraaa-d, the and*. Ictod a* a ml, he *|*eaat*4 j .I.* < ..art p. make dhdriheuna ,4 the tend, la the hand, nf IhtM Moaret. neat., of aahl ht-drat, In and am,...* th ne taaatly m.titled to n-erlt* the Man., aapntatiaeai a. hi. -dth* fa .-o lh -*l-r. the INh del of Nntemler. 1F , at IN a to *. L. M'AHM.KR. t-W And, a. Administrator's Not ce. I KTTKitS of A.tniinintraiHiti upon 1 J nfeat "We eatal" ad ftamaed Rhyr, la., at Walker Wtmfhlp <ira.id. have kna ataated h* the aadet I at*** 1. to h,*a all pF I amy*. Indehmd ku a*4d raiai* an nr*"*" l I" make pa. ia*.t and Ihoae h.tlnc eta Mm m demand* .Ml make the anew kmura adthonl I Mar. WART KRT, Elan Pa, j *!-•* Admlahtrattiy