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fhe Centre democrat.
Thursday Iforning, November, 16,1882. OoasmraSßS*rt, rnnUlnlnx Important news,solicit •S from may pert of the county. No roeimunicattcn I nnrtad uul accompanied by tlic reel nem* of tho writer. Local Department. —A tile floor is being laid in the office of the Bush House. —Go to Harris' hardware store to have your tinware repaired. —We understand that Hon. 8. 11. Yo cum Intends to removo to Tennessee. —Mrs. 8. T. Sbugert has been visiting friends at Harrisburg for a month past. —Dr. P. T. Musser, of Aaronsburg, dropped in to see us ye*terday*mornlng. —Mr. "Cal" Ilrackbill, the Curwens vllle furniture dealer, spert Sunday with his parents. —The editor of the TVntu, Alloona, has been sued for libel by Mr. Haines, of Ibe Altoona Cull. —What has become of the "Centre Coun ty Constitutional Amendment Associa* tion ?" —A letter from our Port Matilda corres pondent was received tao late for inser tion. —Gov. Uoyt has issued a proclamation setting apart Nov. 30 a* Thanksgiving day. —Miss Lizzie Driesbacb, of Lewisburg, the lakker part of last week was the guest of Miss Minnie Hoy. —Prof. D. M. Leib, princspai of our publio schools, was compelled. W> keep in doors on Monday afternuua. —Mr. Jno. W. Rurtge*, of Penn Hall, and Samuel K. Faust, Ksq., of Millbeim, called on Thursday evening. —Mr. J. Calvin Crouse, one of Centre Mills' solid, young men, and a regular reader of the DEMOCRAT, called on Mon day. —Mr. Jeiry Nolan, of this place, is rapidly gaining an enviable reputaCon as engineer. He runs between BellefuUu and Bnow Shoe. —Mr. John S. Yearick, one of the re liable young farmers of Qua, while in town, on Tneedey, called upon tho DEMO CRAT. Come again. —Mr. Benjamin Scbroyer, of Altoona, formerly of this place, was married en Tuesday eveniag to a daughter of Judge Mann, of Altoona. —Centre Hall received and entertained the visiting members of the Y. M. C. AJ right royally, last week. Centre Hall is noted for itshoepitality. —Mr. J. Calvin Meyer hea been ap pointed Superintendent ef Knrollment for the ensuing session ul tlie county institute An excellent appointment —Application for incorporation of a new Mining Company to operate in this county, and be known "Boynton Coal C 0.," has been made to the Govenor. —According to an exchange Barnes, the revivalist 'hinks bis mission here upow earth is two-fold, to glorify God and woozy the devil. Bbooid Mr. Barnes ever tome to Bellefonte, Mr. Ja*. E. M'Cartney will be worried almost to death. Selah. —The Ntvi wants s stone lock-up. The suggestion is proper. What hss been ex pended in repairing breaches mvle in tho old one by reetive inmate* would have built a new one of stone or brick long ago. The same authority states that a new locu tion, near the water works, bss been se lected far it snd will soon be moved. —M. B Learitt's "Giganteen Miaskrel*" eae of the most popular and sorsassful •om panics on the road, will appear in this place Deeember thirteenth, wish many novel and attractive feature*. This com pany received the plaudit* of an apprecia tive public wherever it appswrod lait sea son snd promisee to maintain its superior standard of excellence ita all engagements for which it is booked during this winter. —Additional public interest was gained for the Sociahfes of the Methodist church by the exercise* of which the one given on Friday availing of last week con risked* The spacious room was completely filled and every oe enjoyed the entertainmewt |o aa unusual extent. All the credit is due tho ladies of the committee, sad wn would suggest that In the future aeon of the sterner sex be selected to act in that capacity. —We bad the pleasure of meeting Prof. G. W. Atberton, of the .Stale College, on Saturday. Mr. Atberton ka an eminent degree possesses the quahties that may be expected to Insure *urse*s—extensive learning, energy and pleasant address. The immediate future will demonstrate that the i* sa institution meriting the united support of all. Oor readers are directed to the prospectus to be found in another column. —Maj. R H. Forster In the official man agement of tbe late campaign in coun ty succeeded In maintaining the beat of spirit within snd without the party lines No noise, no friction, no dust aad no mud slinging were tolerated. Tbe organization was effected and tbs well-defined course, marked out, rigidly adhered to. Great defferance was shown Gen. Beaver, and whatever else may remain for the future, regarding this election, nothing can be laid at the door of our chairman that will la any sense detract from tho high esteem In which be baa been beld by bis neighbors and friends. Mr. Forster deservsa kind treatment t the bands of Centre county Democrat!. DEMOCRATIC DEMONSTRATION.—YRri CRIIIO, and they wont, until more then A ecoro of snows had fallen upon the blasted hopes and blighted prospect* of the De mocracy. Defeat only served to render her more determined, and each successive election found her bravely lighting the same good fight, contending for the princi ple* to hot far dearer than more party •uccoM,and valiantly unfurling to the breezo of public opinion the banner *ho so proud ly look* up to to-day. Adversity enabled her to see herself ui other* saw her, de fect* were noticed and speedily corrected, and now hor force*, a* they appear after a mot me'.norable conquest, challenge the admiration of every lover of free and hon est government. Pure, clean and unde flled, what tenable objection could bo urged' to intrusting to her care and guidance the affair* not only of Pennsylvania, but a* well of twenty-three other State*—Kiut, Wot, North and South ? I* it strange, then, that the citizen* of Centre county should desire in some public manner to express their joy and gratifica tion caused by the happy turn the tide bait taken ? Saturday last, u. the time, and Iteilefonlc, a* the place, were agreed u|oi>, and, a* you will notice before we are through, tho expression* of satisfaction came not entirely from tho victor*. Tho parade, consisted of bra* bands, drum corps, men on horseback, citizen* in private conveyances, and hundred* of jubi lant men carrying "wide awakes," pitch pine torches and Illumined transparancie* ; among the latter were "There is no place 'likehome," "The O* and thoM's to the front, Pat Ty*on elected, ' "We pro) toso to j run this thing awhile, now," "Jumbo" I and many other* equally express! vo. A ; boat, in consideration of the depleted con- J dition of tho stal wart.wallet, wu provided, j and passes furnished all travelers bound j few the Halt Kiver reservation. Mr. Ham- I mon fyjcblor officiated a* chief marsball assisted by a number of aids. About sovon o'clock the lino moved, traversod the moat important thoroughfares of town prescuting the most gorgeoujly brilliant •ight Bollefonte ha* ever seen, the thou sand glaring torches being re-enforced, on rc*ite, by millions of burning candles in the windows, unnumbered fanciful lanterns • waying fitfully to and fro, and flags, large and small, gracefully floating in the air rent by cheers from more than a regiment of men, not to mention the quiet, favora ble comment of many ladle* on the pave 'roents and balconies. The illumination* were grand, chaste and attractive, indtca i live of tho light and glory that burst upon the people on Wednesday morning, when the news of the result was announced. A fine display of fireworks contributed to the elephantine character of the jubilee. The surging mass that crowded into the court house consisted of person* of all po litical opinions, and exiled Adam Hoy, Kiq., to the chair. Mr. Hoy with calm, quiet dignity, and graceful ease of man- j nor announced himself at the service of the meeting. .Speeches by Gov. Curtin, Kx- Senator Alexander, C. M Bower, J. 1,. Spangler, D. F. Fortney, Kq's., Mr. Ja*. Scofleld and Col. D. H. Hasting* followed. Maj. R. H. Forsler, chairman of the Democratic county committee, introduced the latter gentlemen, who being the chair man of the Republican committee must have felt like a fish out of water, hut with bis usual success h • succeeded in doing what few others wo'ild under similar cir cumstance—making no mistake*. He as sured the Democrat* that Gen. Beaver and his friend* entertained no iii-feeiing to ward their opponent* in this county, char acterizing the cam|>aign a* one fairly and honorably conducted. He was lustily cheered. After tho adjournment Maj. Forster with a band proceeded U> tho residence of Gen. | Reaver and tendered him a serenade. I'pon making his appearance he wa vociferously applauded and replied In hie accustomed eloquent manner, remarking, in substance, that ho was only too glad to remain at I borne. Maj. Forster and J. L. Hpangler •poke on behalf of the serent dors. In It* comment* upon the affair the Re publican thus reports in part the remark* of Col. D. H. Hastings, and coming from that soureo they are vory complimentary "The speaker, Col. ILastir.g*, referred the open and fair campaign which Chair man Forster bad conducted for the Demo. | cratic party and said nothing else than I honorable treatment could have been ex pected from a battle-scarred old veteran of , two war*. He said the Democracy de served great credit for the dignified man ner in which this jubilee had been con ducted. The only personal thing that wis done during the procession was the baiting that Bait Kiver boat in front of hi* bouse for over half an hqur. Not one of their speakers had referred to Gen. Beaver, the defeated candidate, f n other than most re spectful term*. Indeed they appeared to vl# with each other- in paying tribute to his record as a soldi* *, his sterling abilities snd msnly worth, arid hi* blameletf life as a neighbor and citizen. —We are under obligations to David M'Kay, of 23 South Oth street Philadel phia for kind reman ibrance In shape of an elegant publication • Fran's Treaty" for warded through Mr. HtiUcr.of whom the book can ba procured. But we dteire to state that Mr. M'Kay buys and sells new and old books, and is always snxious to quote priote for old|books oil her slnglyjor in <m plete libraries. If you desire to buy or sell anything In the Isoak line put youraetf in correspondence with Mr. M 'Ksp. —Speaking roughly,about three-fourth*, by weight, of tho body of man i consti tuted by the fluid hacuniuniN, and tho re maining fourth by tho iiolid material he appropriate*. It in therefore no llguro of speech to say that food innks* the man. Wo might even put tho cae in a stronger light and afllrin that man is his food. It cannot obviously bo a matter of Indiffer ence what a man eats and drinks. Wo know tho effoct tho feeding of animab has on their temper and very nature*; how the dog fed on raw meat and chained up so that ho cannot work off tho super fluous nitrogeni/.ed material by exercise becomes a savage beast, while the samo creature fed on bread and milk would bo lame as a lamb. It may bo fair to say that different kinds of food exert a par allel influence upon man. They who buy groceries at Hechler 's never, on account of the food they eat, are subject to the an noyance* sure to follow having used im proper food. —lf you want a good job of spouting or tinware, go to Harris' hardware ttore and havo Wolf do it. 44-2t. —Demorest's Monthly Magaxino come* to us with it* accustuincd regularity, and on examination of tho November number, wo find that the articles aro of a nature to make them highly acceptable to the read er* of this popular publication. Mrs. Alexander's serial, "The Admiral's Ward" gains in interest, and tho shorter tales are exceedingly well told. "Wanderers in the Heavens, ' "Winter Kesort* in South ern Europe," and Jennie June's "Talk with Women" aro worthy of note. There is a variety of very readable articles, soma of which are illustrated, on instructive topics, and every department, including the "Fashion," "Household," and "Cur rent Topics," is fully and judiciously fill ed. A handsome oil picture forms the frontispiece, and the art department is further supplied by several pretty cngrav inga. ——(Jo to Harris' hardware store and got Wolf to'do your tinwork, if you want a good job. 44-2t. Wilson, McFarlanc A Co., call atten tion to the only reliable Heady Mixed l'aint in the market. The I'ioneor Pre pared Paint is not only superior to any Heady Mixed Paint sold hut rivals pure white lead in its smoothness in working and durability. This paint is guaranteed by the manufactures not to crack or peel wilbin three years. The guarantee Is not •snly good for replacing the paint but it will be put on if it should crack or peel within the time specified. It will be to your interest to call and see Wilson, Mr- Karlane <k Co., before purchasing either white lead or any other Heady Mixed Paint. —All tinware done by Wolf at Harris' hardware store is warrnntod. 44-21. —(sen Heaver accepts the situation, at the following letter will show : HRLLRrOXTK. Nov. 10, 18*2. Mr. A. L. Zelibski, No. 2AM German town road l>ear Mir : Yours of the tlh inst. received. I am quite satisfied with the result of the election and have no regrets in regard to it. I did my duty so far as I could and left the decision to the people They ought to understand their own business best, and my hope Is that they may be better served than I could have served them. Philadelphia did her duty fairly, and I am ol course grateful to all my friends for their generous confi dence and support. I will always stand by toy old comrades as long as I live. Yours, JAM** A. BEAVER. —Go to Harris' hardware store to hav your tinware repaired. 44 2t. —The circulated report that no county institute would be held by the teacher* of this county, this year, is an error. Prof. Wolf, during the course of an hour's chat on Saturday, said: "An Institute will bo held, and I am endeavoring to secure ablo instructors, among those whom I havo written are Prol. G. W. Atherton, State College, Prof. Hrooks, Mlilertville, I)r. Higbee, State Supt. of Public Instruction and Prof. Sanford, of New York." Should all of these gentlemen be here all or part of the time the member* of the institute will be unusually favored. fcgfT'P.o most brilliant shades possible, on all fabrics are made by the Diamond Dyes. ITaequalled for brilliancy and du rability. 10 cts. . —The storm on Monday reminded those whose shoe* are not heavy that damp faet cause more sickness than any other one agency, and that to avoid thi* evil thick eolo* and good sound uppers should cover j the feet of all who must be out of door*, la thia connection we desire to call atten tion to the stock of boots and shoe* on the shelves and counters of Messrs. Doll A Mingle. Everything kept—price low, custom-made work guaranteed and satis faction may be expected in each and every case. Figures are not always facts," but the incontrovertible facte concerning Kid ney-Wort nre better than most figures. For ini tauce: "It is curing everybody" write* a druggist. "Kidney-Wort Is the most popular medicine* we sell." It should be by right, for no other medicine bes sueli specific action on tbe liver, bow els end kidneys. Do not felt to try it. —Our etock of Woolens is now com plete. Clothing made to order ehaaper than ever. Morroowggy A Co., Tailors. GOV. CURTIN AMD Til* JuiXJER.—On Tuesday tho Congreuioniu return judges of the XXth District and those of the XXXIVIh Senatorial District met at this place. They accepted the Invitation of Gov. Curtln to dine with him and were elegantly entertained. After tbe Congressional return judges hud completed the count of the vote and made out tho certificate of election, they again repaired in a body to Mr. Curtin's residence for the purpose of presenting the certificate to him. Mr. Laverty, of Clin ton county, in a handsome speech, on be half of the judges, said : "It affords mo much pleasure to present you with this certificate of re-election as an endorsement of your course as Hepresenlalive of tho XXth district, in tlio present Congress. In doing so we are not unmindful of the fact thnl you were the honored Governor < p thi* commonwealth, in a time of great ex citement, and that your duties wore many and arduous. That you afterward re pro* sented this country in one of the most im portant foreign missions and the people of this district realize that while you r*pre. sented them faithfully and carefully in Congress, they were no less honored in having you as their Hepresenlalive. Your re-election by so large a rnujority was an emphatic endorsement of your course upon all public question* before Congress, while you were a member. A glance at the re turns will show that although you were a parly candidate, your vole was not con fined to a singlo party, they felt proud to regard you as tho representative of the whole people, and know that your course in the future will he as it was in the past." To this Mr. Curtin replied in eloquent and fitting terms, and received at several time* hearty applause. Tho judge* had a pleasant time and re turned to their home* with cheerful recol lections visit to iiellefonle. PLEASANT GAP ITEMS —The election is over, and our stalwart brethten are about the saddest set of boys ever seen about the (sap i tbey died hard, poor fellows ihey have our sympathy, for we know how hard it i* to be beaten, and oh so badly too, however, we havw been telling thetn all along that thunder would strike them on tbe heel some day. The thief that stole Mr. Miller's horse and wagon is still at large, and Miller minus a valuable horse and wagon not withstanding the untiring efforts of Mr. Milter and hit friends to rapture them; we sincerely hope he will yet be aide to recover hi* stolen property along with the thief Among our new enterprises is the butch ering establishment of our worthy friends Mr. Henry Zeigler A Co., with tbe assist ance ol the saddler tbey are killing fine rattle and their meat it prime and good ; a* all parties concerned areexj-erts at tho business ther will be sure to give satisfac tion to their customers. Our schools are all open and in good running order to fsr we have had no sen sation*. Hope we will get along ail right this winter. Our old friend, Cal, came home after working in Curwensrille al! summer. ~ He look* well and feel* jubilant over tbe elec tion. Hit many friends were all glad to see him home again. SIIIN BONK. TIIE GERMAN VOLUNTEER —This in tensely ijteresting military drama will be produced in Reynold's hall, on the even ing* of Wednesday and Thursday Nov. 2t( and 30, and Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1 and 2, under the auspice* of Gregg Post, of ibis place, directed by W ILL D. BAPHAR, Philadelphia's renowned comedian, assist* ed by 36 ladle* and gentlemen, of Belle fonle. Mr. Baphar complete*a four nights engagement at Atlantic City just before coming here. Our cilizeni remember the restaurant an 4 Art Gallery conducted by thia Post in 'BO, in w£irh undertaking the member* were a**i*ted by our people and to whom they have on more occasion* than one been placed under obligation* for acts of kind ness. It being necessary that the "Belief Fund," which U-devoted to defraying the expenses of raring for tick comrades, bury ing dead ones, tha support of soldier*' or phan*, etc., be augmented, it is deemed expedient not to solicit direct contributions but to afford all the opportunity of attend ing a flnt class entertainment, in which the thrilling scenes of a soldier's life are faithfully aud graphically portrayed. Admission—reserved seats, at Brew's store, 60 cents, general admittance 85 rls. ATTENTION, HMOKHB* I— Dr. iKvinnr hu ttartled tbe maker of France by a paper be rend before tbe Soritl<i Hnygifne, in which ho announce* the dlecoeery of • now diaeate, discernible through tbo pul*e, which be ilyfee "Interroittency." It I* induced by the nnrcolic notion <>f tha nico tine nnd tbo other intent alkaloid* present in tbe tobacco leaf. Tbi* rhythmical action induce* heart di*en*e, derangement of tbe nervou* *y*tem, nnd indlge*tfbn. Tbe*acne pby*ielnn ha* te*ted tbe elfecta of tobacco upon boy* from ninnto fifteen year* of age, and di*oo**red that not only did it produce palpitation of the heart, but alto a peculiar oondition of tbe blood, akin to amrmia. £*xinea*, ctupidlty, and an inability to |tudy characteriaad all boy* who u*ed tobacco. Hi* *tati*tic* prove conclutlvely that tbe uae of tobacco induced a tatte for vinouaitimulanU, The lad who commeno ed with a cigarette flniabed hie career a* the tlave of tbe brandy bottle.— Domortti* Monthly /or AVer ether. PUMPKIN Pl* ANU COPIER The re ception committee of the Y. M. C. A. has concluded arrangement* for the holding or a reception, on next Tuesday evening, that will cause those previously held to appear very Insignificant. Music, pumpkin pie and coffee are thought attractive enough to secure the attendance of a large number. No cards. All aro invited. Come and bring your ladies with you, for if there is any one thing of which ladies are fond and know how to appreciate it is apiece ol good, well-baked, fat pumpkin pie. Should you not receive a verbal invitation, do not think it was intended to overlook you, but come to the haU of the Association on Tuesday evening. Positively no charge and no bat passed 'round The intention being to afford a general good time. DRATII.— On Monday night at twelve o'clock the spirit of Miss Mary A Hankin, daughter of Joseph A. Hankin, Esq , wa called hence. Her case was one demand ing tbe sympathy of all—young, talented arid a favorite in society wherever she mingled with others, it wu* sad to see one so well adapted to minister to the happi ness of others, completely disabled. For a number of years she was confined to her room. On Sept. 25 last she had attained her 24th year. Her remains will b in tor red at two o'clock this rfi-rnoon Head the advertisement of M. A A Loeb. No doubt the intelligence it con vey* will be a matter of mm b importance to you. They do not say much, but the j little means a great deal Their trade (hua ' far during this season has been good and they aro prepared to meet any made upon their facilities to supply their customer*. WALNUT LEAK HAIR HESTUKER —lt is entirely different from allothcrs. it is as clear as water, and, as its name indicate*, is a j>erlect Vegetable Hair Restorer. It will Immediately free the h.-a'l from the ! dandruff, restore gray hair to il natural color, and produce a new growth where it I has fallen off It does not in any manner affect the health, which Sulphur, Sugar ol lead, and Nitrate of Silver preparations have done. It will change light or faded j hair iri a few days to a beautiful glossy brown. Ask your druggist f..r it. Each bottle is warranted. Mmilh, Kline AO , I Wholesale Agents, Philadelphia, and C. i N. Crittenden, New York fly : —The Philadelphia Branch is alive and busy. The throng* of customers that crowd the room daily understand fully j that to buy yof clothing at reasonable j rate* is true economy It never pay* to buy anything cheap simply te-cause the outlay i# not so great. Mr 'l,win'* word never ha been doubted and bis g sods •qe-ak for themselves Try them. November Court. CIRAXIt JUROR*. r>4**rm*n Innkr ReiM'l !< W Rr%m*r Farmer Mil#* 7 t*. . 0| It, J • M rr 1 7 . s J ArtuufMi Farmer fUii r (' k U*mUfU>n Aim rMI If J C WmftM Miliar H"f| W Wtniusfr-'fi Ul fall n M T S+tl Isal***? \% . ,** r, Fa?riser I* t#t J lUrrv.fT Fatro*? CoHrfe t* iMtaaiitn • 44 l Fittot HC'jlt Dm Ruth i' |v H Farmer llait< F* MlkrltW i'iun* tb PMK# II Iwhm " ** I* Lot* Farmer fprtng i II Msr*#* " M J M AlUr W ai'nta r W alk'r jI. l Kuril " " (' R* Farmer W<*rtli M Alt*alitor " llutUti. A V WilUama Miliar ** j TEA V ERSE JURORFT. —FIRST W EEK. A W RrlnlffrMfi R F Uiihm J |U~I lairot fall< n Wm Millar <"Urk Pfrtejt H O lMnin*r R! 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FIRAT WEEK. 4' Fraaß*,~*~ aa.R Orartfngar Pl R*'?ar. " J >nathar> Rraamar Ini K Mtlrhal 44 Oaorgr Lamlar MlHhalm Hktiklng On ** Jama*i" Ow* Panial Trwrntar— 14 Ramnnl Tiamtar II P Van Fall • R F l*at>. r* A Ron I'rlah Ftraw. M J T Iolrr K f McOormlcfc "Ml Farßar CHaa Van Oovtom " Farm* R R On W J I'rhan aaa of ... - 44 Jna K Malar P II llaating* " Oan M Inm TRIAL LIST.—SKUONIS WEEK. Jno Rtsnpes Rar* et al. ...nC Sh-p- si si J O Sse*.. trwss— " RAOSII A NsO rt al R Miilhelfand. fa MeUWlaisU Jr— - I. * Mawoa Oatbarta. Hoffman - Hoar. Hrs.a - R.II. WAR MR ( OA "JC MnU Arte RAT*. H al "80 Moj-er rt al Tin. M-rrmian —. "J T Fywler R M Maa -CM FCWH al W 1 T Sena Bern - Oatlnwla* IWtrrt II W H..RT " JacA. A Urttto THN llt)4 <V " W at P tsaneaa A OS (I A RMS * 0a... 'V TBmpa((WLUI clsaa.) A area t>rat —. " J Ran At. C H RUOB-ES , T of " AARIWW liwns.l Hetty RaiM " Rnaam top Ptwr DM Perns A Sswrlff "JC Raana M P O VNRIRA " J II OA-EKLRH Orwrhill A Oa Lias "IC ftmaanr * al R UaskrMll *t wa - H C Rett A * Tlp*OA - J R WatklM M al J * Urwjr.... " C Rharrrr TVAMMTTBSM J 1 PEWT-F OiwyMlt A CV> Urn " Rmma Rrtaas.r H al t FI PWbsr - R II toswnsa SI al J It Slsskltt " TV. lost M al Jot OcMsa't Rasa.... "UK Mmtantmi Irwin A Alllanw .v.... " • H Rnantaon A4aar Wat Alllanw Jr - Aasa* I. W Mawane . . . • ffa RWAI. # ™ New Advertl*ementH. ( 10URT PROCLAMATION. \J WIIKHKAM, Ih* A M Pf „ . T 1 " !. I'l-a. . ! lhZHhJndl-t>l .!w , ' V"i, ." "T Oils too li. T v*. 1 . 1 " " J '• •"> n>m J K Ituuki. A" 1I.-J * m! 11 I—i , i.t, ii,. ;r,u, "ay of 1V,..1,- 1.-.-, ... ~,, , : ,„ t . , 0/Mr| <>y,r • !„, 7-rn.ln.-r xn-l 1..|,.,,| J.,| |,-|„., and /nail., trmluam ,rf th. I-—. i„ , u i. "f " ' ;• 11.-. u.-u, ~( i-,. ? , jriv.r, t<, ih- < - r-.r.-r, ..I il.. |-,.,,, ... ' •nrl 0.n.u1.1w .. mi l our, I, ~f < , h in.li and il,. r- in th-,, (mi. ntl |., ~k In, il,. f.,r-r... n of aaid day, mil, ||„„ |. fn',.on • i i... - 1 ,1,,11,,|| „„| 11,,,, b.-h. lb-,. Iblßga will. I, t, Ib-ir „m-. a|,i.. ruin, u,' l- deM,Nf u,a~ .1,,, WINI ir, nomlNMi i.. |>f—ml. *k-air,.t n,- |,rlmn-r. ||,.| |n 11,-JaJI ~f IVr.lr-< -qrily. b* 11,. „ and 11,-r* |„ • Ul- auxin*! 11,-11, aa *l,all l.a j.i.l F ■lli-li ui.drr r„> hand, al ft-11-f. t.l-. ih- d,, h ul,,| I—d an.l •ml, >-ar ~f 11,, li„l.lM-ndor. ,f iba < nil-l Hl.l-a TIIOMAH JHI S KKI.. ni.-nll SHERIFF SALES. IA 1 vi 1 tui: of sundry writs of Fieri *- i.. i.,,-,, imh -rfini,| bMM 1"! '-"II "f r-,ri,n,.1, Plana I '1.1r ,.,,11..! >lll btutMauf al II,UM in fb-ll.", Saturday, Nov. 25, A D. ieß2, ~u',- n, u.ixV-i'l'lu'l:: •"* %o. ltil"ln tt- rt |".I"?*"?*.! <"' d Of rrnxMt "rt'iJ::" r ::, ,u ; r h , B .U*-f .! uiMlritft •.</ ' tai,. I, , 1 ; IM- KM M tlif j.r<'fn> uf I: |i Uiilim,. '' T. J. lIUKK KL, M.rfaff. 1/ X IXL'Tf RH NoTK J-;. I J ir.i. m.w. -I-.,.. i I „..rt-7 .., ri. a,-.,-., . 11,- n. I yrt l up-a, Ifennui-M M n II - /l).> d- . an I inafc- di*ir,'-t,ti> t, ~| i|,- fak4, i r , if,., t.an-i.. f u.- ~ . -til-.r (-and am ~,- i 1,.„, ,-f,i|, • ill all-,id I , Il„ dnll-a -d l,la al Ida oea Is MMmls FlMi) iba ITib dar ..I \ ■ ' 4 I' ' I -rl-.k a. Si art.-II and *h-r. I .ait,-• Int-matnd ■ ar, atta-nd if 11,-> ~, " r TSV. * VSI Auditor, I• SI . —( am'- to (ho premitsw J-f lb- aaha, Kl*r. In Mar ~ U.wr.al.it. a l -. IHa |„I HI- ~f b-1 i, mlx-r I art. a I, ,la- ||-,f, r , al-ot h, >-ara -l-l. *tll, *,n., t-d al-xil lb- I and a r.ol, l, ml out of Ih. rlfhl ear Tb* -,i,-r la d-airrxl u. mm. f raatd |,r . and tak-b-r a.ai. ,ib-rai,- rti- afll I. dir| a-d of a-a, rdtng l taw v ~, DAM El. Utmr. „ a, I 4t-dl \: XIX l Toll's NOTK E —Notice I J I# l.fff ■ 7 4 aI • tl , r. t- '.in 1. *> |>U'd .f lif r fct, if l< Ifcte of Fmtf t Oftf . "■*§, ft h.'WdU.f to Klifc IL s' •• I<-'tllkf|l t w Mart, fell |nf*lM ItaAd Wt. ♦wit fefeid feffef* Ml Td Jto a> .k' ).feiMt fetk.l lld'ifed UmrUig t ifeitj I ilt itAfeie fer.A * u tb# Mm* itLnt df-U) KLIA E OMfTII V l iHToITS NOTK K -1.1 theOr aW | ban. < MafCMNMMI 1011, uiall., . | 11,. —* tat - I < - ,ad ktml la lata ■ I Salk.r , -n.h,, -a—d. 11-, Ul"l-|d an audit, r a|'|axi,la<d l-> tl,. I ~rt t n.aka d.atnluli, n-f Ih- fi.ada in th- hand# -I Irald Ah,am. .narainr ■ I aab| d—..l-„i. to and an, ■ .■ tr, •- l-fa'o . I.tiiinf to r.-.i.. lb- iaa,.. • ill m—l lb- |.arl,-a InLfaNi 1. kx ll |,ur-}-*. ,d bia a|,|-Xnlrarnt al 'i., , , n In IM-ni- <a, Tfaurada, lb- '.<lh da, ,f A |aaj .al Id a m J L kCAMIItk. M Amfit-x Administrator's Notice. I El FKRS of A'ltninixtratioti upoir J U(V1 Iha —tali f.f ha run-! IS,a. la I. if W-lk-r laaeahlf darimand. bar. I—n frar,l-l 1,, 11, nr.d—r a:frad. I,- • IhiU, all . Indfl I—l |„ aald "I*l-' At- la-do-al-d I > luaka |atn—iil au-l Ih-a- haatna 'lain,a or C,uiandi will mak- lb- >n-m ki—uu • ih--o drlay. MABV r.BT. l<m fa . 41 '■* Admlr ialral.it Writ of Partition. T ' r*!hferfjr A Wtfetff <liM II OqMlh *fi KTr*ad-t|, Gote-Hu*. m) ryn wottitrn f .i Jn hti M fetf. Ul ul Mn t.l t|i, tiMdfeiied. riftfe-te*' tid-tit* •ifEtti fit* Coofitv f On1n. Tkkf hclwe (hat hy virfssof •HHI of < ii ih# Or* * J'hfeTi • < - rtj f | of (Villi* I sefeantjr felld 1< MM* *( 111 Ik* h*l'! fet th- Ifef# <tf M U. in th* toM|ii|. of lUu.** t*<l tf <f Otitf* at •( I '••(" o tUrk \ M feid das the put. of makirtir putill .a r.f (h* *! '♦•♦tfet* -f(| r feat'! the*i*"l (<• Mttd tmoAf III* h**tr at.d l*fnl *rtfetl-* If fh*fenw i at) l* t* it|, n! fra to >t afW'ilinjt tb* ti l* . oth*r•* t mJJ. a tfd |. I>rai* th* m* aofMrdiidf t<. u *t bi<b iiaatM| j lf * %<• may !•* pr***ni. if y n thlok f rf* T ! hb*ri# '• "Aoa, tl< lhf <ut*. \ T J MNKEI* F- r time fit uj fUlvrf Fund t j firejjH: I'ost, Nt. I>."> O. A. IL, COlalZlT O-! m ♦ IIA 1,1,. M>-/n.hr/rry, Thurmiity, Fridap d Snfiniei,, Nov. 2D fe *O, IVf tX 2 ns O£TAT KHaTTAS? ALLESISY **TtrLtf Tt t GERMAN VOLUNTEER ViTid R*l!;&:!! T.r.i'.ir; S:.no:! 1 WILLIAM D. SAPHAR. TRK MIE4T Mlflß (GREIIIAM. fa hi* origin*! fh*t< tm of IDlotriclc atxxd ZPCaHxrlna-N IntrMafing A*w ttafi<i, Raafoal flbdna, •Nfet*t*N| lit ii Ladies $ Gentlemen. Ircitiag TiV.eo^x! BeilSct !e f ffcrtt' - i Th. h.llonln* ara a.m- nf lha lhrillln wtuati-m* Death of Col 8t Clara. The Burn in* House The Avenger's Osth. Capture and Escape of the He ro. Capture of Dietrich while on Picket. Capture of Hor aoe 8t Clare. " This timo you go to Belle Isld. S ATTL,E S3 E3EZ- Escape of Kdtrick, the myiUrioui Dutch Woman The Hero ia Prim Dei trick. diiguiaed m a woman, riuti the Hero The Imhman'a Devotion to Horace. £•- cape of Horaoe, punned by bloodhonoda j Fight on Uie Loo* Brigde Horace turn i hie* into the (tream. Beeened by Deit rick Morton, the Rebel Chief, khot by Deitriok. Graphic Reliant* of ti* LATX WAR. A.iikiß.... .r. Kranred Seat* 60 BwrndSuu at BRXW'S BTOBX. MO ntnii amcTuu. m wtu mu.