Newspaper Page Text
fht Cnrtrr jilrmorrat.
Thursday Morning, August 23, 1833. OoturoNDaNCt,ronUliitni|lin|>orUnt nsws.sullHl r.l from any part of tho cunt*. N.> coinmuiihstkiin I uaorUnl titi I<■ n• by tho rool ww# i> "• writer. Democratic County Meet ing. A mooting of tho Democracy of Centre county will be held In the Court Ilouto, in llellefonto on TUESDAY OVOning, Augunt 20, which will bo addressed by W. U. II ENS HI., ESQ., Chairman Democratic State Committee. HON. A. G. CURTIN, of Bellefonte. COL. JACOB ZEIOLEK, of Butler, and others. A general invitation, to be present, is extended to all. Let every one who favors Honest Government ami desires to hear a lair and honest discussion of the issues of tho day, come. W. C. 11KINLK, Chairman. Local Depart incut. Mr. Lot. Kimport, of l'otter, was in town on Monday. —Jno. I'. Harris' family have a tent at Clintondale camp meeting. Positive wait; comparative, waiter; Superlative, go and got it yourself. —Captain John Gilliland, of Snow Shoe, spent Thursday of last week in town. —lt takes some time to get over tho long drive to camp meeting. Don't it. Everybody and everybody's wife and babies were at camp meeting la.-t Sunday. —Lock Haven has an excursion steamer running botween that city ar d Queen's run. —l'hilipsburg has a dancing school and tho young fellows aro waltzing ail over the town. —Quite a number of Centra county peo ple are off on a trip to Wathins and Ni agara. —Orr Hoover, the gentlemanly agent <<!' the Adams Express Co., rusticated over Sunday at Bedford Springs. -Maj. John A. Wolfe, of I'hilipsburg, and J. 11. Holt, of >now Sh'.e, were in town on Thursday, of lat week. —Sheriff Dunkcl took Genoral Tobias to Millheirn on Monday. We i-uppose tho Gen. was under arre.t, of course. —W. 11. Teller, of the Bush House, ex pects to have twenty-five electric lights put in his house. Who is next 1 —Hon. Jno. 11. Orvis now signs himself Jno. 11. Orvia, I'. J., t'Hh District. Cen tre county again has a President Judge. —The Sunday schools and people gen erally of tho upper end of Bald Eagle valley picniced on Saturday near Martha Furnace. —Tho editor of the WaUhman has to go in at the "side door' 1 now—cause John Dunkle dug away thej/crro ft ma from the front door. —The small boy and watermelon are now engaged in battle, and the war on that delicious fruit is being extensively waged. —Gov. Curtin returned home from Sara toga and the eastern summer resorts very much improved in health and somewhat sunburned. —This is the month that is made up of dog days and fly time ; consequently few mashes will be made by city "bums" for the next sixty days. —The fall meeting of tho I'hilipsburg I'ark Association commences September 12, continuing three days. sir,r>s in pre miums will he given. —A certain gentleman whose wife is outof town, calls it "matrimonial infelici ties." He bas the heartfelt sympathy of Buck and Ludwig. —The concrete pavement in front of the Bush arcade had to go, being replaced by a good solid flag stone pavement that will last for generations. —Five thousand men, women and chil dren wanted to purchase meat from John Beer.er ; the best and cheapest place in town, and don't you for get it. Kolbecker, of the Central City Hotel, has a very artistic sign announcing that passengers have 20 minutes for meals. Kohly rakes in the half dollars. —The water tax on the Court House and Jail was reduced from $12.1 to $l2l. Such reckless reductions as these will sink the borough deeper in debt. .Stop it gen tlemen. —Harry Williams, Esq., of I'hilipsburg, Pa., spent Sunday with his parents on Howard street. Harry's good looks and pleasing manners, make bim a favorite with everybody. —F. X. Lehman, proprietor of the Butts house, has purchased the lot of Robt. Armstrong on Curtin street. Mr. Lehman has now one of the most desirable build ing site* in town. —Our county dads should paint up the face of the town clock. Time flies and so does paint, and if you don't get some paint on that lady's face we can't see whether time flies or not. —The Messrs. Collins paid their men off on Saturday last in checks or at least a goodly number of tlinm, and tho Italians managed to get their checks mixed up in somo way. Italy was very much agi tated for a while. —Human nature is certainly long suffer ing if Bollefonto nature is any index of tho genu*. But this is doubtful, for who hut a Bollefonter would onduro at nil some of tho burdens of his municipal citizen , ship, yoked as they aro to so few of the 1 real conveniences of city life. True it is, wo havo gus and water, theso uro cer tainly blessings and wo pay a good round sum for their enjoyment, hut as far as police regulations aro concerned we niigtii us well live in Leadvillo lit once. It speaks well for tho good sense and sobriety of our peoplo and the efficiency of our county courts that so little lawlessness exists in our streets, it certainly receives no check from the police. On Saturday wo COU&U I twenty-one cows large and small in one drove on our handsomest street, busy in their work of tilth. They frighten chil dren, they pursue tho ladies over crossings, they delllo the streets and gutters and make our pavements abominable to our eyes, our notes and our feet. In lact Bellefonte is one huge Barnyard and a badly kept one at that, for tliu manure is all wasted. If the gentle bovine is to ride over us, why don't wo utilize what she charitably lettve- us, and make a source of revenue out of what is now a stench In our nostrils and a stumbling to our feet. Somo energetic citizen liko Gen. Beaver j would gladly buy it of us, and thus we might have an income, that in short time liquidate tho Borough debt. In this light we welcome the gospel of filth. Though wo citizens have no rights that an < Mi liary cow is bound to respect, yet the poor cow deserves a decent living, It i a ] [ta ble sight to watch bow eagerly the pr hungry creature, bunts f r every strug gling blade of gra-s, how franticly she breakes down tho branches of our trees, how wildly she tears through a chance open gate and tramples up :i our gar lens, our shrubbery, in bvrt everything in 10-r natli, in the wild search for ft 1. Thi- is 1 cruel, she gives her life f. r us b th living ' and dead and if -ho were not here, she would tlnd a decent living in some gene rous clover ! eld. So f..r her own if 1 not f r our-, we say bar.i-h her fr in our streets. Your reporter recently made a visit to the Loop, and in company with Mr. foil, y r and others made a tr.p up Sinking Creek and to the head waters <.: Spring Creek. Ho reports hi trip as being very , intending. There is a beautiful c ve < r ; Valley south of tho eastern end of Tussey, we'll timber*-.! by original for. bc.vi'. ful white ■ ah, chestnut an ! mtple We j were informed that a ] arty intend* en ing a si- am taw mill f r the ; srj ■- ■ ' manufacturing the lumber ' r market Sinking ("reek i- one f the f.u--t tr : streams in the t unty, game is nun ti m re plenty than we ha 1 expected t > find it, we •aw many large •< k- of j hea ants and in two instance* • wild turkeys •'•••* up through the timber r.t our appr ah wo also discovered a natural d-or lit k with in dications that it i- b-ing w ll uo ! j Here i- an inviting Held ! r sj rtsman j From the eastern er d ofT .ey mountain, we had a grand view after re-ting our eyes looking down at the beautiful I'enns valley we take a b-'k > ver tin- Nitlany and Muncy mountains away far into the Alleghenies. The i.el 1- at McC y's I, k out appears weo in the distance. —ln last week's i io we aliu 1- d to the numerous thistles, burdocks and van us kinds of wocls that are growing up a;. 1 infesting many places in our town. But this, indeed is not all ; * rue of the bark alleys, and in reality nearly every nook and corner within the town are filled up and polluted with '.:ne manner of tilth, rubish, trah, and affal of nearly every description. <ne need only to pa-s by some certain alleys and providing hi- -no of smell is in active condition, he w ill very readily inhale the putrid scent, that will at once convince him that omething cer tainly is "rotten in D-mark. Indeed ! he will at once realize that he is not ex actly in a land of purity, when walking on some of the streets of Bellefonte. This is an Important matter that is dependent on the nuiance committee to investigate, it desires to discharge its duties toward* tho town, and compel property owners to rid their premises of all such filthy trash, they may, if detained, breed and hasten on disease. —Miss Kalo Curtin gave a charming little reception to about thirty of her friends on Monday evening. .She is an ideal hostess having that most delightful gift* in making her quest* feel the freedom of her home ; consequently tho dancing was characterized by great merriments, which was greatly helped bv the really lovely music contributes! hy the Adelphic Or chestra. By the way tho Adelphic is al ready a source of prido to our town and make# us independent of any of the organ izatinns from our sister cities. Gov, Cur tin was present and entered into the gaiety witlk a* much of zest as the youngest boy in tho room. Tho noble old man has been much improved by his Saratoga trip. Mrs. Curtin and Miss Alice Wilson made tho affairs all tho more pleasant hy their presenco. The refreshments wore enjoyed with an appetite, which the hearty danc ing ruado anything but feigned. —J. L. Hpangler returned (rom his trip to Saratoga, Cape May and Long Branch, completely restored in health. At Sara toga Jack was taking lesson* in political economy from John Kelley. Of course ho was agreeably surprised to find the New York bos* a highly educated gentle man. —District Attorney Heinle ia busy pre. paring for court. —Tlio Lutheran Hunday school held a picnic at tho Intersection on Wednesday. Mis* Kato Powers, wlio had been visiting friends at Know Shoo, arrived homo ono day luat week, —The Aliases Mullio and Jilancbu Hick - ford, of Lock Haven, aro visiting at Air. Daniel McGinlcy of this place. —John llaupt, an employe on the wreck train, bad two of his lingers mashed while coupling cars at Hooch Crook on Tuesday. Kvery man win, carries a pistol ought to he obliged by law to wear it in a belt at his side, and liuvo it labeled "emotional insanity." —Col. Tate and hia'ainiable shier arriv ed homo from lowa, whom they sojourned far several weeks. The Col. is favorably impressed with that country, but prefers tiio old Keystone. —Tuesday's market was ono of the hest attended both by market men and citizens that we bavo had (or some time. There being an abundance of butter, egg#, vege tables, (ruit, meat, poultry, Ac Ac. Will. Auman, of Millln-im, returned from a throe month# trip through the we.-t. Will, prefers the beautiful valleys, clear streams and maje-tie mountains ul 1 l'enna. to the broad prairie* of the West. —Tho State fair, which was to have been hel l in Philadelphia th. year, ha' t'-en | -at} nod till 1 - -1, in < rdar to make more apple preparation* in the way • f substantial buildings and other conveni ence*. Langtry i- . ming t Artjeri a again. She -ay* her Teat, tih :re to build a theatre ir. L r. i n ar I , n'.l it the "Lang try. Her ideal- are !"■ to- • eievat- !. | She has be. i, running a t.-ue f r a year ; with "Freddie for c! ,wn. —C • I! arriv. !at h me ->ti Saturday last. The h \ # sit.' very much j -a-' 1 ; with their trip, arl tv that C -nnoaut , Lake and the surrounding country make jup a litt!.. | arad:-o on < art:,. Tt:< y t i thp enernv at. I—talked the mat", r ,-vor I he energetic j roprtet. r f.f (;•* ra lb i " r.-'tauranl, AN I If 'fin la I ,*w ing to the breeze a glaring TI dir.- t- ! ing the j .blic where to get a . '.a - meal, served up it. th- t'.r •: style at a.i !."Ur. (iive I.,:rj a rail. h>- rer'.a idy w . entertain v< uto ■■ ,r I • art - < • tent. —l, r l Charfe It-re : -!, the "f.-i.a! that kte k'd Ma - .'. f time ar 1 ''a >. i | S'.a Je d >wn wa kick- 1 . ■ f the h ,se o.'.e of t!.- re ! ..i'.y at < w< - I - • f Wight, f r insulting M. W>l : t -n, th- I French * Iniiter to L •.; • I. rd Cbirls* I I.a* a -air. .'em r.-t-atef !. fit*. r 1 a- ctat; * of the ~riz rir • —The new I*rebyterian vinday school | buihlir g l-g.r.s t aj; ar a! •.th- -tre' When complete*! this ' "tt.t -tr ■ j will ald greatly t . the app-arar.. - f ' ' spring street There are a few vacant !"t in the heart of our t n Hint sh 1 t> built up, ar. i tn unsightly Id 1- old- I ing* that *h 1b- rn d .*n a:. I re; la • 1 i with g" 1 building' j —The PbilifMburg Kleclric Light Co., ; has enlarged it- charter ar. I Inerea -1 its ■ capita! t- < k to twenty thousand dollars, ller-afler the f-e. plo of that enter; r. r g burg can have either ga, < ai i!, candle* or electric light. IlellefonU ha# had can- j die* f r r.-arly a hundred years, * > th< v are nothing now to us. A "taller dip lik" the "J'illar . f ,r dadJi- —always g*od. —The Electri' Light . urrent, is th only thing that get* away with th- Kng- ' ghsh sparrow. If the little-inner light* on the wire when the current is on it burns him t death. Well, wo had aim -t giv-n up the sparrow a# Daring a charmed life when we fund that the It.lb f sr.te small lu.y could not fetch him, but give us the elertri- light every time. Small b y g * fishing. —Tho F.agic (' met hand will hold a ban ! picnic and festival, Saturday, Kept l,on the . Id cam; ground n-ar (,'urtin'i work*. The IL Ward (">rnet band ha* been engaged t<> be pretenl, to aid in enhv. ening tho or< aslon, with some <•) it* < h<... e and excellent music. All possible rll-rU will bo exercised t" mako the oc asir.n pleasant and agreeable f.,r all. Everybody cordially Invited to attend. —Am >ng tho many beautiful trees of the tropics is th banana, which grows fifteen or twenty feel high, with loaves about si* feet long and a fool broad, tl • flowers grow in bunches and are covered w th a purple colored sheath, the fruit is highly prize,! for its fine, delicate flavor and is one of tho luxuries to be found at Sechler's ttore, together with a large as sortment of other choico fruits, confection* and groceries. And now "Joe" has gone and killed Mr*. Hockey, of Spring t wnshlp. Mrs. IS. certainly appreciate* the kind obituary but as tho lady is still living and well she must think the local editor a little "too utterly previous." Our down town neigh bor is always in the vanguard of tho aewspaper army, and will wake up soma morning and find that he has written his own obituary. Don't write another obitu ary unless the corpse "reports for duty." —Tbo welfaro and prosperity of a town does not depend upon its edifices, but upon its manufacturing industries where labor Is employed at remunerative wages. When capital of the citizens of a town is all In vested in the former—whether in churches, halls or dwellings, it benefits but a few, and that to a limited extent, but when employed in manufacturing industries it benefits tho entire community, rich and poor alike, and prosperity shod* her bright smiles over all t —Through a kind invitation of that hospitable landlord of tho Urockerhoff house, Mr, C. <. McMillen, wo accepted an invitation last Kabbalh, to dine, and wo have no hesitancy in acknowledging that we found one of the finest supplied table*, and bent arranged dining parlors, that has been our pleasure to witnes* f.,r <|uite a time. The table* were rnmuive enough to bavo tinted "Johnnie Armstrong and his merry men." Kvery arrangement within tho wull* of that delightful hostel ry show* skill on tho part of the landlord in i barge, and who, by his gentlemanly and courteous manner of receiving and entertaining his guests, has won tlio liberal patronage of the common ial fraternity. —At tlio urgent solicitation of some of 'lie citizen*, tho following nine* have been hoseri to play a game of base ball on the Fair Ground, to-morrow Friday) af ternoon, and jud rig from the material •elocted, tho game—if played—will doubt let-, !• an ex- iting and inter, • tin:; one. Tho following are tlio name, sugg, i LKS.NO. I'ATN. (!uo. Whlppo, c. D. <. Bush, ~ In Wagner, j J,-..,. Kline r, p NV K.Teller,**. Jno. Anderson, ss. ;II K Hick#, Ib. J no. Ardell, Ib. Frank <#r<-iet, "b. .Fred Smith, Üb. I. J.Sawvcly, • b. Daniel Ithoads, .'J b ' K 1.. <ir*i', rf. Frank lilair, r f. K L. < >rav. c I lfarrv Hnle, c f J. T. M L'ullov, I f c.,i. Hastings, I f J. 1. Scan,.i.zit, I i.rr. C <l. M< Ml I. LEV, > -rrr. A th- watermelon # . n . here, the following item *■* id to be from the ;-n of a phys ian will nod übt be of interet t our reader in,n't V,■ a'ra iof th'- water melon, 1 .t lake it rati r.ally. It ntalns ftb it ninety.five j r . -nt. of the j.ur, water, and a trace ■ f the . .rest .gar Nothing has j-t 1 • •••! 0.. •veri- i tLat fur I le s p. rf< -tan i <-iv a cure f r summer c ■uipln.i.t a* watermel n. TI del . . 1 bevera ;e 4 r.t ;• little m r<- lal ■:. t** or three lime* a day, l.a- often , been kr.own '. v. .rk w>-r.-l'-r, and t ■ ire . when all the n*ual remedies hs*! failed. —Mr .M ran ( id, in, ay iug fa j mcr > f Union township held the lucky number u 1 ', t .at dr< w th„ < n ;i, te chain - 1-r s .it whi- b w .- presented t-j the , ,-t -in- anlpatr-ru , f Mr I! F I/vJi'-ts men i.ant at I'riionville. Tfie above firm are -a thr< r.ging b and ; t ■ ; ;• '• .i.g th, ir patr jre nt an ,r.t- II .: t .v> h .iidre !,; ar* i iring tic r.- . t thirty day It * .. jay ail who < n, t , ■ a'.l It; ! I: si. ; .r l.a , - at • • e i, th' ; als'Ve ilrin guarantee# prices a# Weil as give char.c , ; r tho vaiuab', jre nt. —lf ir.e : <,r <nterpriihg young j1 • • men * i d take !. iof the rur j a a* they dsJ the glas* work*, and run them, It cou, ] be made a financial .urn- -. There ft re u.e m d> pending , n the w aithymen of tho I wn a- the ,r day* of en rgyand cnt"rprie have pa-" i awav If the ; wri it, have a f .re at all the y ing n.un mad n.ak- it D ;. . r-a . t 1 at fit* If y „ ! r, t, 1 •k at I) r.a '■ w irk and g!a* work* for example, bulb rm by young men and both paying. NVak„ u; M ls< a. Is .an. an otnp], y„ at the I Nad NN rk", met with a jainful a~! at# it tW" we. k* *g by having bis ft rru*be-l It will b- rcmemlT>red that ho ba i hi* f ,t severally larcoratod in an ~rc i washer years ego, and thr igh impr }--r treatment by the t irg, ,n. h * w un 1 never healed up • it 1. ar. I ha* cause*] him con siderable trouble ever *ince. It ***• fear* I that h * f,> t w u'd have • | # . jlat !, 1 it the doctor think* it ran be heale-l per fectly- sound, ar. l *ave that useful member TeiLr, of tbo Huth House, ha* tieen ap; ;tit"l stre, t commissioner, and the way he makes Kkaughent y all hollow Kvery morning the street in front of the hotel is swept up and tho Nichols-m pavement looks like a new pin. That s the way to run a hotel, everything about the house is as neat and tasty as a parlor, llollef nte hotels cannot l#o heat in the -tale, we will not except those in our large cities. —The death of Mr. (Jeo. \V. Bonnel] at Clinton Dale, on .Sunday, August Ldth, was a great shock to his wife and friends and to the neighborhood in which he re sided. Mr. Ib nnell was well known in Snow Shoe and the lower Jtald Kagle valley, where h" had resided for s, me years. Few men have the happy faculty of making fast friend* of those they come in contact with as did the deceased. Warm hearted, kind, sympathetic, generous, ho will long leave a voi.l in tho heart of his family which time alone can fill. Death came upon him like a thief in the night. Mr. Bunnell had been sick for two week* but not confined to bed. No one thought of anything serious as bo did not complain very much, but tho icy band of death was upon him. He died on Sunday morning after a violent coughing spell. To tho widow and sorrowing family of the de ceased we ofTcr our condolenco and sympa thy. To Mrs. Bunnell the blow was terri ble. Without ono moment* warning the dread visitor entered her house and snatch rd from her side the companion she had taken for life. No word of recognition, not one little farewell uttered to break tbo force of the stroke. Death is the portion of humanity. Time, the consolation of religion, and the thought that tho separa tion is but for a short lime, can only bring to tbo heart of Use widow and Iriendt peace, and resignation. Death of Samuel Varitrlca. By the dncroo of u win, ,%; r . Van. Iri-t tin* suddenly to hi* Hnnl rent The summons wit* not unexpected by friend* who bavo be-n privileged to convert!) with him of late, t-, wlioin it wa* apparent that the power- of the other world were gradually drawing him to it* silent fellowship. Neither did it find liirn unprepared, lie did not await the c|, - of life to enter God's service, but longl year made a profettjon of hi* faith and lived a cor iiiterit <'hri#tiri lifti untii I ti,e Hidden summon* to come up higher, Samuel Vantrie* wa* born in Shirley* j burg, Huntingdon county, on tin- hth dav of February, 1*"': Hi- father, Abraham \an tries, removed from Shlrleysburg to ; Hunting lon in W)i; wlo re he wa- largely engaged in the mereantile bltllnOM Hi# I #',n Samuel wa* early entru-sd with tiin • He -aid not long tince, that i the, lir-t lime he l am— to Bi ~,- f ,i,j,, wa in JM-'i when ho wa* but twive year old, having been tent over on b, r.,|i'k, to transact some butinet# with John Dur, lop's estate and Boland Curtin; a long rid" m ,*lly through wood* 1 r a hoy I tender v.-ar# Sub-, oiientlv M r N'antri,- eiigagi iin the iron I .-11.. . and in 1- :', was. < > -n< • nw] with John )!;..• ,n rui ning Ham ,er F . na> e in !!• If, r 1 < untv In 1 u fl he removed to St Tie ma-, in Franklin county and from then, <• to the I ,-ad of I'enns creek, in this, ,untv where i,ii ei.gug, 1 in farming In lsil h- r moved to I'ott-r Bank wher- he r> .de l sixteen v, ar# ai,,f then tranifere ] hi home to Bell, : I.te Hi, ; ar, nt. w< r<- Meti. di-t, and h ■ nlv ist, t marm d Bev. James Sank#, a N'antri, -at an early per iof bis i;f.- < ii' >'te l hirni. if witli the Pr< sbvterian church ai. i while be li\ ,-#1 in i' nn- N'a n . wa* ejei tej a ruin g <utter < ! Sii.hu.g < 'r*' k • nur, h 'i which ■ III"- he ,-rv< 1 ■ ac< eptably iiitll his r, rn volt B<- |e) nte JI,- wa* <ne of the • r.ginal metnn rs f the is.! .<• I a 'I !., fI w .th t: I'r by terian hur- uof It. u' > „ ■ ~s: tat | tendant and parti< ; ant ,i. it# die . ai i .ut'-ly wnen he wa- : f,i. ■ log. out rn i, h the < ia*# m> •t at hi- i. ~- As a , iti/,-i, h, wan: .v< r*a! v <-t< ein< d a:, i Jr< M . led often I ' a :,'r arlutiat r< • dins d<- ■ r.s w. r<- :nvsr.a' !y on , the sf r ght ar,d -11< • and he was • in ]< arbitral, : A gr> at no, j, r h<- ;• - i a large j.# j , | rmat; n uj r, triar. v s.' but w ~* part .ar . w, a tohllhu. 1 i: idy. * <>n Tu, lay. Vl't ir.'t a' ,t A *r ha*- .i g !rc < d birn*, f w ;th b.' ~*usl ru-alm - - a: I •-■ I • can.' -i *ii ita.r# an . after remarking t* at he did i f,a# if want' I any breakfast sat d w n . n ' ■! a : ar. J; . king up t!. ,V ' , ■ ■ turns: . I read i and when ta.ud 1 breakfast, had pa- , J peacefully away wg.h the paper in !.,* ban. At his i. i var. I age, w .ti. !..* f >•! y jr.: rtr, <a, Li t ' •i. .at;, -. t I. .* : r .• a- 1 fan. iy rath'-- than a t< gret NVio r th, g - 1 man die* ' ■ Mr V antri,-- was mar:,, 1 in February, 1 - ", 1 •' an M da ghS r , If n Jam, I'on, of Franklin '- unty Stale Sena! r, ■ many years from that county, and her iri ther w i a daughter •( <ien Jan.,- P' tler Iy '. first w. K a! th <'a'.' ■art M ■ N'antr, ; t:. i"tr. f D ,-mber "iH't St: sy w, re - tb : • separat'- l Three children ■ urvive them, Dr Campbell VEntries, of near Pennsyl vania Kurna <>, r.-> a: I Mis- I.oulta Mr. N antri, - ust#-r, Vfr Sank#, die-i at Harper * Ferry in IRBi Two brother# survive him. Dr. J hr. M N'antr.- s,; St I Thomas, Franklin c nsty, ar. l Henry S Vantriet, of Holiidaysbur'g. His funeral will take ;.]* .. to-day at I j o'clock, i. M. Tiie J A a,,N BA : i,—T ;< -day ever,ing ,aw fk* social bit of th" - at--n. In lact ; ha# been a 1 rg white since Bellefonle 1* exju-rienc",! anything s, r <Ac< Wlmirtr Gte. W. Jackson, Est;., does anything, he doc* it more than weil. i NN !. • g t>. I • r Mi-- M re t guest , f their daughter Mis# Kaihcrin, they r> • I ceiv' J ti > .it of ll • c untry seat, at the Bush 11, use This j* a m-w departure, t it certainly an -st happy exjierin < r.t Any dwelling lew u'd have failed t-> contain the numlser*. which throngeu the ' pari-**, c-rrbi-T# and dancing room of <-ur famous io-stelery. Mr. ar 1 Mrs. .larks n. Mis' Ja k* n and Mis* M re re ceived in the east | arl-,r while N urg # Orch, -Ira Ir m 1- k Ilav-n do urscd waltzes and p-,!kas in the ballroom The tr. t arli-tic thing • f the cvcr.it g was the dining room it*elf. the table* were simply beautiful and showed the power of the artist Augustine —When it wa* announced that Wilbur F. Beihler, K*q , had purchased the fine brick bouse of ( has McAfTerty opposite Mr Hubert Valentine, we Belief,>nter* be lieved it and thought it only a fair enconium on that young gentleman * ability and I rising prominence. Hut niuw our esteemed ' contemporary, the H'i t hmnn, announces j that Mr. Reeder ha# bought him#e!f a handsome stone mansion This i# too much, .Joe, we tan t swallow that. The idea of a young married man with only one baby living in two large homes, it is preposterous, but just like you, you have been so used to gulling the public for the last fifteen yean, that you think you can slufT u* with any nonaencs. —The editor of the AVw* work* himself into a passion over the "asperity" and im pudence of Mr. Gallagher, tho master mason at the new bridge. Keep cool, friend, Mr. Gallagher is tho boss and a very gentlemanly one too. If your friend* annoy the workmen at the bridge they may expect some "asperity," and If lliey get that article at the toe of Mr. Galla gher's boot it would be all the better. Mr. I'. McCaffrey, of Lock Haven, formerly of Bellefonte spent a few days in town. Mr. Mac looks as though the bill of fare at hit hotel was fir.. cUs*. Htntau MILL* Notu.—He v. James "Wilton, who hut boon traveling through Europe during the part two month* ha* returned, ami it now with hi family v. it ing at hi* father Luring hi* trip abroad he visited England, Hand, J ranee, Italy and 0< rmany. Ilu h'-alth hi; im | proved very mueli On last Sabbath he (preached in the big lent at Centre Hall lor the b. A. it. boy*. The tent win crowded full. In two week* fr >rn la.'. r . bath he cApcTs t-, preach 1 r Jtev. 1 -ti-r l at pring Mill* J i,, \V.; n. .la., a we (aJ| him, of the brm of Van \ al/.ah A Wilson, Tyr-ne, f. , ; r.r■ t' rto j tho hector, is ul o home on a v. ;t Mrs. Ilarcroft, '1 Philadelphia, owr.'-r >f j the mill* and other property formerly own' ibyK. II Lun< .n, t | family of her brother C . A. Kursk. l'*'t Week he t „•; pi/ ,\ . j, ;. f accompanied by Mr I: ink and several > " J "fJ ladle- and I" • I..CH <>r 'J . day morning we with .-*.! the tro.l . f the Hubbard llind-r a: 1 I, „• , mar. ifu . tired at N rr. t.wr Pa. In,, trial w made in a f 1 of cradled oat- on tbe farm <x<u|>d by .1 hn 1! rinai Tin machine either bind after a r-ap-r - r rake op tnd find- . radl' ! grain. It did ! ► s- ry good binding, hut owir, •v> the ab-em-e „f tbe manufacturer agent, and tt." fn< t that the ,) „ have not ( -Vlearned p, pro, riy adjust lb ma j chine, it o as,or.a, y' it the Wire again : after the gave] heaf was bound. The machine, which at ' • t : ~ p, he\ v I enough for two lion ~ v., ily drawn by one j, • Jb : Wn to. r A < . '■ A. 1; | I !• .... tM r V. trii r A • -my-r, wb ■ are r w j f p .r. 1 t - i si ;n grain and ' >al. They ha', e a.r< .I v t, i< r. in a < . r ad of grain -Mr I.! r.■ t.... J build a house an l , -re room mar th„ big bold this fa!!. It „ P, b --cup;. 1 by the .< w dr -t, Mr Aurat !. wi I :.r g .in a r in in in* b,u 1 1 urn ,t a: •; bear t • g< .t wir ;• ernor, t'ncle .lake Ks.jp -r, a- 1 the In ' —T:.e cito-ens ; Pn,.:p v.rg arc mak ' ' of the \ c-tcran Cut They eijs- l at -ast ten tb and visitor*, and i i. that they can entertain th< -n a i II ■ AW< i* LIFE WAH Saved.— h die tr*in \t • stern P< • t.sv Ivania ar 1 N'-w York, a: ] had pai . without • became affected with even tenfold greater V .rule me, ! t only eat ng a* ay the l'.-i . be t atti. ■■*••, I. . ■•.< : • ft : >' •h' r bead ar if n.a. •g t. r a.most blind at. 1 deaf, r. lui • J t > a mi re k iep.n, Wf iphir .• t ,t - ' ; .- : < d'-c -t'.r* J.T : 1 h. r .1 . nth . • I'rrur was then given her. as stat< 1 and with the result given < t> page It in Lr. • llartman s "111* . f I.ife.' Mm to k res oiler met. cina and i- p-rf-'t'y well -W. on, Mi Far ar •• A<' ,is utter,. I: '• the on y r< a! <• K< :.,jy Mn' J Paint in the market. The p; , r pre pared Pair • is r...; .nlv Mij#ri'-r t ■ a' y Heady M'*ed Paint t id but riva > jure wh.P> lead in it- *m thn< - in v rt. ng and du'abilitv. This paint i guarantee.! by the tnanufa turer- ■ t t ■ era a ■ r j within three year* Tlo-giiaranP ■ i- re t or y go J L,r r t iacil.g the pa • t t ,t it will be put on if it s! ..J rratk or p,., t within tbe time tpncif.ed. It will l>. your interest t < ail v., .. <• \Y r, \i . Farlane A . !■; re p irri a .*.• < it! r wliite leal or any ot!.< r Heady Miv. 1 -AN e have -t r. nved ,r r< w Fall ag. NVinter NV<x len> Call ar.d 1' avc your order. Monti vri.i A Co , Tati r. A Ik ANO 11 Hot'e 1 VTKHS KIT —Tt.ere ar" dangerous counterfeits in circu'atii.ti ; ir; orting to I ."Walnut Ixaf Hair lie. storer ' Tho strongest evidence of its great value j the fa, t that parties know. ing its great efficacy try t> t'ssiif.v/c tt. Kach bottle of the prnusnt ha' a fnr s.rsioc of a walnut leaf—blown in the gia" , an ] a (irecn leaf on the outside wra| per. Tl.e " l!iU>rer is as harmlcs. a.' water, while it poteo all the propertie* necessary Us restore life, vigisr, growth and color U> tbe hair. Purchaae only from rr>y r.nblr jxtr. lift. Ask your drutrcist for it. Kach bot tle it warrant.sd. Johnston, Hollovrav sk (Vs., Philadelphia, and llall A Huc'kel, New York, NYholesaie Agents 4 1y Hellefonte Grain Market. It*l.l*s *tr. A i ot '!■. Iss . C-. ft.- IM , vis t , T K R. sss. Ms AOss Wheal—l,lie, (H>rkw*bel —.41 10 ! Wheat, No. t.... i ,s, I ra-jei> Icslusb.l —... ■ i " *bll~l, rsr l.issl.sl ( •. 'Sals, pel ( „ ~ Hatlsj.|' l oslif-L ~t ~1,1,1 \ tre to Cl irsi leal, p-r p-.aret . . n Flolir. wholesslr, M l . K-.lln fi IS, !>** sss s. • , 11 rims(s, (Clad, |r too a tsi Provision Martlet. Cotrwlss) aeekl) by lUrj l "Brolhsr*. Apples.Arie.l. p.f pun.l Ill ppr | U lUwrm .jnnrl ......'Z f.. j F'"*h Iftillf-r j*i j nni — v mi pff } Cfemn. f ey pom,*. JN <V>mr> h%m r |*wril ~ T."**,',"V li UH -11 */ *** U Kff l"f Ant -r- r T7„.. 1 1 fwUlw* pmt '" j , * pripd 7,.. '* * **7.'l * J H W AaS'TKI).- A grocery snlcciwio ' WCfl tsl Oswfi.lilO "(BH lh.e sisi *(smWMi,i<if u.atwr*C aol ...aes^arH* nlrniMwt In Fasaci* Ji un A *., WnMssst- *rer,i,. an* jv.Bih tw sr a.T3 2m. 1-MU ts.lpl. la. pAUDON NOTK-K Notice in J tssaabjr *( that appli-aiMs to* the pardsws ssf A "hn ChSMbsm, new la Us* W islsn palls s Uary.wll hs les4 l<< ihi> Uai.l f Csoteas at Ike ossc-iibg of alf heard la Auaest ia*i, I f rokTKIT.Mi. tWi.