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- LOCAL S.
Bai ABsoTiNe Dawtsr, P BisLE.—The follow-
ing-highty*compliméntary notice of our fel-
- low towngiman, Daniel P. Bible, we find in
a late number of the Harrisburg Telegraph,
snd take plecgine in transferring it to oar
columns: = :
- While vieging a. Gress parade at Camp
* Curtin, 18&t evening, we were pleased to no~
tice the soldierly and officézlike deportment
of Adjutant Daniel P. Bible, of Col: Hart.
ranft’s 51st Regiment. The whole country
. knows of the gallant ' conduc’ of Col. Hart.
-ranft at the battle.of Bull Run, and there-
fore to be in a manner connected with him in
the fature battles for the country, is an hon
or which thust arouse the valor of tye hum.
blest soldjer and stimulate the bravest officer
+in his regimént. “Adjutant Bible appreciates
this honor by, manifesting the possession of
the highest qualities as a soldier, and while
on parade last evening we noticed that he
Soteugely understood the routine of his
duty, was fully impressed with the im-
portance of his position. He is a thorough
and enthusiastic soldier, who will shrink
no danger or lect no duty that im-
poses & service for the defence of ‘his coun-
- Itisto such men ‘ss Adjutant Bible,
of strict and stern moral depgriment, of
cultivation and refinement, that the profess
sion of arms is to be elevated and ennobled.
and the ranks of the armies of the nation
are to be maintained in their manhood and
strength, their attributes as well 2s moral
“Courage. We bespeak for Adjutant Bible a
bettiant and a useful career while coiinected
with the regiment under the command of
the gallant Hartraaft.
Four CuiLbReN BURNT 10 DEartin.—6Gn
Monday evening, the 21st ult.. a short time
after dark, a most distressing accident occur-
red in*Ferguon township, Clearfield county.
It appears that Fr. Nicholas Tubbs and ‘his
wife went to preaching at & school house, a
short distance from their home, taking with
them their yourgest child and leaving the
‘four older one at home. Some - time after
their arrivel at the school house, the alarm
was given that their house was on fire. On
reaching the scene of conflagration. the raf-
ters and other timbers were already falling
in, and to their unutterable horror they dis-
‘covered that the four they had left at home
“were in the burning building. The youngest
‘was three years of age and the oldest eleven
“—two boys and two girls. The remains of
‘the children were afterwards taken from the
“burning embers, two of whom were entirely
consumed except a few of the large bones;
while of the other two the limbs were only
Burnt off, leaving their bodies a shapeless
‘mass of crisp human flesh, %oirible to be
‘hold. There was no fire in the house when
the parents left. except a burning candle. -
The origin of the fire is merely conjecture.
‘as it had so far advanced when it was dis
.Covered that no one could tell in what
part of the building 1t commenced ; but it
ig presumed that the children had gone to
bed, and whilst they were asleep the fire
‘originated from the burning candle by some
_ ‘CousiNgD ReaPdh xp ¥Awir.— We are
happy to announce to the farming communi.
ty that William Neff, of Centre Hall, this
county has obtained a patent on his celebrat
ec improved Combined Reaper and Mower,
and intends having a number manufactured
to supply the wants of the farmers of this
+ a He ¥8oining counties. We have seen
_ Mr. Neft's machine work, both in grain and
grass, and we consider 1t the bet machine we
- ‘ever saw. and, having been raised oa a farm,
we claim to know something about how a
machine ought to work. The farmers who
want to buy a reaper for next harvest will
do well to see this machine before making
. any purchase. Its advantages over other
machines are numerous, among the most
important of which is the simpleness of its
construction, the lightness of its draft and
its durability and cheapness. Any man car
put it together when detached. It can be
‘changed from a reaper to a mower, or from
& mower to a reaper in less. than five min-
utes. Two strong men can mow witn it. and
it-can be sold for less than any other ma.
chine. Don’t buy, farmers, until you see
“Wao Dar Say Harm.” —Obsersing an
unusual degree of commotion amdng oir
colored population on last Tuesday morning,
We quired the cause, when a friend inform.
ed us thata party was about starting for
the * promised land” of the children of
“Ham, Hayti, where the :oil ‘prodaces with.
out labor, and where it is expected the negro
will be elevated to degree of liberty and
prosperity only parallelled by that enjoyed
by the white population of this country.—-
Some twenty families have left this place for
this Island Republic, and we understand that
& quite a number more will leave early next
ng, for the same destination. We feel
datisfied that our citizens do not regret the
eitiigration of the negroes from our midst,
44d ohly wish that Hayti may prove to be
in agreeable and pleasant home to all that
may migrate thither.
RAILROAD Acoinent.—An accident occur
red on the Rellefontk and Snowshoe Railroad
near the juuctiofi of the wooden railway
lefding to the comptiny’s lumber mills, a
few days ago. A nuniber of loaded coal cars
~had been detached from the locomotive in
order to “shift? sothe empty cars. when
they started down fy wooden road with
sith, ¥8locity as to ferider the, efforts of the
A, breaksinan to check them fitile. When the
jumped off and the track giving way soon
after the ¢af's took to thé woods, and were
80on brought to stand among the trees.—
No damage was done further thafi' the break-
mg of a fow cars.
‘breaks weré found to be unavailing the man v.
ADJOURNED Courr.—The adjourned court
which has been in session this week has
been attended with less than ofdinaty inter-
est, no strangers being présent except those
having business in court. Next week the
regular court will be held, when the busi-
ness will be'of more public interest, and we
expect to see the town overflowing with vise
tors. The trial list presents some highly
SuPERIOR PICTURES. — Thomas J. Taylor,
the skillful photograph and ambrotype artist,
still occupies the summit of the hill in the
rear of the Court House with his celebrated
sky-light travelling gallery. Mr. Taylor
stands ‘“ head and shoulders’ above any
artist in this section of the State.
THE REBELS DRIVEN BACK BY
CiNoINNATTL. Nov. 16.—Advices from
General Rosecrans’s headquarters state ‘hat
on the 10th inst., Gen. Cox’s Brigade cross~
ed the Kanawha and New River and drove
the rebels back three miles from all their po-
Gen. Schenck’s column intended attacking
but were prevented from
them in the rear,
crossing the river by the high state of the
Gen. Benham’s brigade moved up and be-
gan torfeel their front, when a sharp. ‘skirm-
15h teok place, lasting from 4 o'clock P. M
While Benham's force lay on their arms
waiting for the morning, “the rebels began
‘their retrest, and were well on their way to
Dilergh before the movement wa# discover.
Gen. Benham pursued them twenty-five
miles, amidst a drenching rain, but seeieg
little chance of overtaking them, turned back.
In, the skirmish with the rear guard, Col.
Crogan, of the rebel cavalry and a few oth.
ers. were killed.
The loss on our side was two killed.
A Battle Expected at Accomac
AN EXPEDITION TO PENSACOLA.
Pickney Island, South Carolina, Taken
New York, Nov. 16. ~The special des
patch to the Tribune says that there are be .
tween four thousand ‘and five thousand
Union troops in Accomac county, Eastern
shore of Virginia, were there are eighteen
hundred rebels in arms. Commodore Golds-
borough sent a gun-boat there tosday. A
regiment of cavalry is expected there in a
Fifteen thousand troops are now at Annap..
olis, ready to embark. The rumor 1s that
they are to reinforce General Sherman.
A fleet is undertood to have gone to Pen-
sacola, and the news of another naval exploit
may be expected soon.
General Sherman is reported to have seiz-
ed Pickney Island, and all the able-bodied
negroes. No attempt has been made to land
on. the mainland. :
MEWS FROM THE SOULE,
BaLtiMore. Nov. 16. —Petersburg, Va.,
papers, of the 14th inst., have been received
by fugitives arrived here by the boat from
The papers appear to be very much in the
Jerk with rega:d to the operations of the
LyNonBuRG, Nov. 13th.—A despatch from
Jonesborough, Tenn., dated to day, says
that the Union men have a camp of 1000 to
1300 men at Elizabethtown. near the North
Carolina line, and have also another of about
700, near Strawberry Plains,
Their forces are increasing at both these
places, and they threaten to take poss2ssion
of the railroad and burn all the bridges. Tt
is also, reported, but not confirmed, the
they have taken possession of Bristol, Ten-
The panic is so great at Savannah, that
the men are running away. and the small
ware merchants are packing up their goods
to leave, but had been notified by the au
thorities that they would not be pe: mitted
to carry off their goods.
The Reppblican is indignant at this cow-
ardly desertion in the time of danger, and
urges Gen. Lawton to issue an order pre~
venting any able bodied men under sixty
years of age from leaving.
Sr. Louis, Nov. 16.—Generals Price and
McCulloch’s armies have retreated into Ar-
It is understood that they have gone to
Fort Swith, where supplies have been col
lected and winter garters are being built.
Before leaving Missouri they fired all the
hay stacks, corn cribs. &c., in their vicinity,
in order to prevent our forces from obtaming
forage in case we vursued them.
The previous reports regarding the 1mmi-
nency of a battle on the 2d (made at the
time of Fremont’s removal) originated in a
large foraging party of rebels on Wilson’s
creek being mistaken for the advance guards
of the enemy.
Sr, Lous, Nov. 18. ~The Memphis (Tenn)
Argus, of the 16th, has a despatch, dated
Charleston, the 14th which says: —
“The Federal forces have posession of
Pickney Island, and have seized all the able-
bodied nien on the plantations And taken
them aboard tke Heet. They prevent the
others from fleeing by use of force. They
have made no attempt yet to effect a lodge-
ment on the main land.”’ rE
The Memphis papers express great alarm
at our preparations for an expedition down
the Mississippi, and demand that the entire
reserve force of the country shall be brought
to bear against it. . :
The Arg us says Gen. Price has done much
for Missouri but far more for Memphis.
Pow oF Rocks, Noy. 15.—4A skirmish
occurred in Loudon county, Va., opposite
this point, yesterday. Col. Geary had re:
ceived information of an attempt of the rebs
els to crect fortifications in’ that neighbora
hood. He crossed the river with Capt.
Chapman and twenty five picked men of the
Twenty-eighth Regiment of Pennsylvania
olunteers, and reconnoi tred the vicinity.
He discovered a force of the rebels, upon
whom he quietly closed, and surprised
them with a volley of shots. After firing
two or three. volleys the rebels were routed
leaving three men and one horse dead upon
Reaction in North (Carolina,
The Southern Confederacy Repudiated,
INTELLIGENCE FROM VIRGINIA.
Righteen Hundred Rebel Treops Lay
Down their Arms,
Tae following cheering intelligence has
been received by telegraph just aswe are
going to press :
PrrLapeLriia, Nov. 21.
North Carolina has set up for herself, A
Convention representing forty-five Counties,
assembled at Hatteras on Monday, acknowl
edging the Constitution of the Usited States,
deposed Goverrior Clark, and declaring Mor-
ble Nash Taylor Provisional Governor.
Intelligence has been received in Balti-
mo-e, that 1800 Rebels in Northampton co.,
Va, havelaid down their arms. Thus the
whole Peninsula is restored to the Union.
Col. Hurtranft's Regiment will leave An-
napolis on Saturday.
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
Fortress MonnoE, Noy. 15. —the flag of
truce just brought over one hundred sup.
porters of the Unon, including about twenty-
five Union women. They tell a sad tale of
-oppression A number of persons have re.
cently beeu thrown into prison for not sup~
porting the rebellion, including Mr. Pendon,
a Baptist minister.
Tso victory at Port Roy«1 gr-atly
ed the rebels, and -ncouraged the
of wiom there are large numbers.
The Merrimac is still in the dock, and it
1s the opinion of intelligent men that sho will
never fl at. S.e is being encased with three
layers of inh boiler jroa.
Private advices represent that the capture
of Port Roy 1 has produced the greatest ex~
citement throughout the South, and especial-
ly along the seaboard, from the cities and
villages of which the people are flecing;in the
greatest precipitation. .
THANKSGIVING PROCLAYMA TTON
PENNSYLVANIA SS :
In the name and by the authority of the Com-
monwealth of Pennsylvania, ANprew 3.
Curtin, Governor of said Commonwealth.
WHEREAS, Every good gift is from above and
comes down to us from the Almighty, to whom it
is meet, right and the bounden duty of ever peo-
Ps to render thanks for His mercies ; Therefore,
, ANDREW G. CURTIN, Governor of the Com-
monwealth of Pennsylvania, do recommend to the
Fe of this Commonwealth, that the set apart
HUR-DAY, 28ra OF NOVEMBER NE T,
as a day of solemn Thanksgiving to God, for hay.
ing prepared our corn and watered our furrows,
and blessed the labor of the hushandman, and
crowned the year with his goodness, in the inerease
of the ground, and the ar in of tha fruits
thereof, so that our barns are filled with plenty ;
:and for having looked abl on this Common -
wealth, and strengthened the bars of her gates and
blessed the children within her, and made men to
be of one mind, and preserved peace in her bor- _
ders ; Beseeching Him a'so on behaM.of these
United States, that our beloved country may have
deliverance from those great and apparent dangers
wherewith she is compassed.and that the loyal
men now battling in the field for her life may
have their arms made strong and their blows
heavy, and may be shielded by Hiv Divine power,
perverse, violent, aid and rebellious people,
and make them clean hearts, and renew a right
spirit within them, and give them grace that may
see ihe error of their ways and bring forth fruits
meet for cepentence, and hereafter, in all godli-
ness and honesty, obediently walk in His holy
coumandments, and in submission to the just and
manifest authority of the republic, so that we,
leading a quiet and peaceful life, may continually |
offer unto Him our sacrifice of praise and thanks-
"SEAL ) seal of the State, at Harrishur , thig
\Z/sixteenth day of + otober, in the a: of
our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-
one, and of the Commonwealth, the Ir,
Given under my hand and the great
BY THE GOVERNOR :
Secretary of the Cowumonwealth.
On Thursday the 14th inst., at the resid of
the bride's father, by Rev Thos. Sherlock, Mr.
WiLLiax C. Davis and Miss Axxa E, McCurry,
bo h of this place.
On Sunday last, of hemorrhage of the lun, 8,
which terminated in consumption, AquirLa H.,
son of Tasker J. and Jane L. Knox, aged about
17 years. Obituary will appear next week.
Tae CHEMISTRY oF MepiciNe.—Bmong the spe
cial delights which so richly repaid our visit to
New England was the inspecticn, it was our priv-
ilege to make of Dr. Ayer & Co.’s Laboratory, at
Lowell. Although we knew by hear-say, that it
was large, yet we were surprised when we came
into view of its real magnitude, and style more
by the extent aud complication of its truly im
mense business. The whole mossive structure is
in fact one vast chemical lab. ratory, in which the
processes of this wonderful art are constantly go-
ing on. Medico-chemical science has found that
the curative properties of any substance exist in
some one or more ef its component parts, Thus
the remedial effects of npium are due solely to the
morphia it containo, although this is but one-
eighteenth part of its weight; the ether seventeen
parts are gum, extractive and inert or effensive
matter Dr. Ayer’s system separot s the medical
properties o, each substance employed and we are
here shown the prccesses by which the virtues of
each remedial agent are chased throtgh the alem-
bics until they come out completely pure at last.
These concentrated. purified medical properties,
or, virtues, -aré finally combined tagethe® to pro-
duce the remedies which have made themselves a
reputation for unrivalled excellence, all over the
world. Not only doer the Doctor disclaim all se.
crecy in his art and explain every proce.s and
every particular bqt hs maintains that this is the
only process by whicn the people can be supplied
with the best possible remedies for the treatment
of diseases. The Formula by which his remedies
are made are published in the medical Journals
and have been presented to a large part of the
medical Faculty of the United States, and are
constantly sent by mail to such physicians as ap-
ply for them.— Daily Chronicle, San Francisco.
28 Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial and
Blood Renovalor, for the cure of genera Debility,
or Weakdess arising from any cause; also, Dys-
pepsia, Norvousness, Night Sweats, Incipient
Consumption, Diver Compiaints, Biliousness, Loss
of Appetite, Female Weakness ir. all stages ; also
to prevent the contraction of disease, js certainly
the Best and ‘most agreeable cordial tonic and
Renovator ever offered to the afflicted, and so
chemically combined as to be the most powerful
tonic ever known to medical science. Reader try
try it. Jt will do you good. We have ne hesita-
tion in recommending it, since we know it to be
a cafe, pleasant, and sure remedy for the diseases
enumerated. See advertisement.
28~ Read tho adyertisoment respecting ¢ Dr
Leland’s Anti Rheumatic Band,” in another ool-
umn; According to the report of those who have
tried it—and who have been cured of the most
violent attacks of Rheumatism—there is no reme-
dy extant equal to this in case of Rheumatism—
and having no reason to doubt tlie staiements we
have heard in favor of the “ Band,” we cordially
reccommend its use to those who are afflicted with
this disease. Be sure and read the advertisement
and that He will mercifully still the outrages of |
FOR CLOTHING AND GREAT BARGAINS
dence with which they have heretofore
them will be merited'in the futurc y
In the DIAMOND, near the Court House.
Call and you may rely upon it that $3ery article
You purchase, will prove to be precisely wha
represented. The bargains
*Coone one and all and give them a call.
money, they will sell
THIS WAY FOR BARGAINS,
In approaching the Public who have heretofore
%0 generally encouraged the |
BF AL 0F
A. STERNBERG & (0.
We take pleasure in informing thom that the
ave now received a full stock.of
FALL & WINTER CLOTHING,
AND GENTLEMENS’ FURNISHING GOODS.
After an experience of many years, the puble,
consent, have decided the above to
And their patronage has consequently been such
as to justify the proprietors in an attempt to ex-
by reassure the public in general that the confi-
OBSERVE THE STAND,
cannot be beat —
cheaper than the cheapest.
Oct. 19, *61-1y. A. STERNBT@ & CO.
TO. A. STERNBERG & C0’S CHEAP CLOTH
. ING STORE,
in the Diamond, and get a’suit of Spring and Sur-
mor Clothing at Reduced Prices.
Finds of Mens’ and Boys’ clothing cheaper than
at any other establishment in this vicinity.
for Clothing, Hats, Caps and Parnishing Goods to
cheaper than ever at
ATTENTION COMPANY !
““‘Hang the banner on the outer wall,
“That the people may know where to call.
A STERNBERG & CO. is the place to buy all
THE WAR MOVEMENT is drividg numbors
A. STER NBERG & Co.
NEW GOODS received every week, and sold
A. STERNBERG & CO.
Bellefonte May 30, 1861.
Store), in the
streets, and is now prepared to manufacture Sad-
dles, Bridles, Harness,
&¢.. &c., in. a style supetiop to any manufacturer
in. Central Penysylvania
best materials t
ness and durability is second to none, with the de-
termination to put kis work up according to order,
and sell lower than any manufacturers in Centre
county. He politely asks ashare of the public pa.
t ’ 3
UP! UP!! UP!!!
Store (above Livingston’s Boox
May 23, 1861
SADDIE AND HARNESS EMPORIUM,
JEREMIAH TOLEN & CO.
Has fitted up, the shop
on the nogthyrest corner
of Allegheny and Bishop
Trunks, Valises, Whips,
. His work is made of the
at can be procured, and for neat-
August 8, 61-1y.
Bon informs the citizens of Belle
Tailoring and Clothing business at his old stand
in Brokerhoff’s Row, on Main street, where he is
prepared to make to order, all kinds.ef Clothing
In the neatest and most fashionable
of the latest and
selling at reduced prices.
joe very liberal support heretofore extended, and
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
demands against the same will make known the
same without delay to
A DPMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
dec’d, late of Burnside towship, have been
to the subscriber, who'requests all persons
ed tosaid estate to make immediate payment, and
all persons haying demands against said estate to
present them duly authenticated: for settlement.
cies there is now a rare opportunity offered by the
in breeding and rearing full-blooded Newfound-
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Administration on the estate of Hannah Bettle-
young, late of - Potter twp., de¢’d... have ‘been
granted to the subscriber, who requests all per-
sons knowing themselves indebted to said estate
to make immediate payment, and all persons hay-
ing demands against said estate to present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
Ridge about three miles South East of Stormstown
a bag congealed in a hollow stump containing three
peices of Muslindelane and one peice of Shall
and three Cumforts 1 d
by calling at the residence of the, undersigned in
fonte that he still continues to carry on tha
BAXTRESSER & CRIST,
Who have just opened, in tho Store Room on the
merly occupied by Wilson
and splendid assortment of Shelf Hardware, House | "===
Trinirtings of every ‘description. 7
POCKET AND TABLE CUTTLERY
CROSS CUT, MILL AND CIRCULAR SAWS
HAY,MANURE AND SPADING FORKS, EDGE
CARRIAGE MAKERS TRIMMINGS,CARPEN
viens ANVILS, DRILLS, SCREW PLATES,
STEEL SPRINGS, IRON AXELTREES, BENT
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS AN
‘Their stock isan entirely new one, comprising
all the leading articles connected with the Hard-
‘goods not being excelled by any other: establish-.
ment, they here declare themselves ‘able “to well
from fifty to one hundred per cent. lower then any
other establishment in ‘the country, and invite
Farmers, Mechanics, and
Hardware, to call and satisfy themselves of the
July 18, 1860.
Messrs, Hoffer Brothers.
Their gaptlemen’s wear consists bf a large as
sortment of Casgimeres,
sive assortment of Boots and Shoesfor Ladies and
| Gentlemen and Children, with almost every other
article that may be necessary to supply the wants
of the community.
of merchandise. the undersigned have been ena-
bled to buy their stock at such
intend to do their best to please their customers,
both in the quality of
hope to receive & reasona
All in want of goods will please call and examir
I. B.—They will keep constantly on hand, EX
TRA FLOUR, which they will sell at the lowest
E57 Country produceot all kinds taken in ex
change for goods.
Dried Lumber nnd
hand and for sele.
Bellefonte, March 28, 1861.—1y.
NEWS FROM THE Seat OF WAR.| Gh Demorrafis Watchman
ANOTHER REQUISITION. |
A HEAVY*IMPORTATION OF
FOR THE FIRM OF
- corner of the Diamond, in Bellefonte, for-
Brothers, their large
of every variety and price.
of the best manufacture.
prices, and with
purchased a largo
pared to satisfy th
PUBLISHED AT : BELLEFONTE, PA.
EVERY, THURSDAY MORNING,
OC. T. ALEX A NDR,
TERMS :—$1,50 ota
$2,00 if delayed six
within the year, These terms
if paid within three month
months, and 82.50if not paid
will be rigidly ad-
and Business Notices insort
at the usual rates, and every deseription of
. JOB PRINTING as]
CUTED in the neatest manner, at the looks
the utmost despatch.
collection of type, we
@ orders of cur friends
WILLIAM BX. BLAIR,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Drawing Knives, Hatchets. Chisels & Adzes.:
TOOLS of every desirable variety.
A general assortment, and 50 per cent
lower than any place else.
TERS’ TOOL»> which cannot be surpassed
5 RASPS, PIPE SKEIN & WAGON
FELLOWS, HAMES, &c. re
D PUTTY, COAL
OIL AND LAMPS, VARNISH, FLUID.
S,PATENT LEATHER, ROPE AND
E of every size in abundance. Office
And all other kinds of Goods usually kept.
in a well regulated Hardware Store. A
and their facilities for ‘pur chasing:
all others in need of
h of the assertion. Office
THE, CHFAP CASH STORE OF
goed even themselves. in providing for their ous- | RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOT GUNS, AND Locks | __0f¢e in the Arcade, second fooy.
tomers a stockof FALL AND WINTER of every description and the best quality. BR. WALWISTER.. 45... JANES Arar
CLOTHING, such as has never before been of: | MORTTOR AND RIM LOOKS AND LATCHES’ WALLASTER & mEAvE
fered at any establishment in this or neighboring of different kinds. 5 CATTORNEYS a R,
towns by an enormous outlay. They are pre ar- e 1 AT BAW.
om Ly ity, | CUPBOARD, CHEST BOX, AND TILL LOCKS, BELLEFONTE, pry’
ed to exhibit an assortment which? for gualisy, al d small PAD LOCKS ARTS, a.
variety, excell of material, durability of Sha 1arge and small P, ” JAMES I. RANKIN,
workmanship cal o excelled. HAND, BACK, GRAFTING AND PANNEL ATTORNEY AT. LAW, - :
They take th ortunity to return their| SAWS, Broad, Hand and Chopping AXES. aw, saz
thanks for favors tefore extended, and here- BUTCHERS’ CLEAVERS AND CHOPPERS, om R, PuNx'a.
ce, on the Diamond; one doop west of the
ifn. D. SHUGERT, re
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
BELLERONTR, PENN A
Office in the Southwest corner of the Diamond
WM. J. KEALSH,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
ce in the Arcade, second floor.
ret ret mena mess
EVEN M, BLANCHAR ow,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
formally occupied by the fon. James Bura-
Pit wed UY
J.J, LINGLE, , :
BELLEFONTE, CENTRE Co., pa.
Is now prepared to wait upon all who nay desire
bis professional services. s
Rooms at his residence on Spring wtreet.
DR. G. L. POTTER,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
, BELLEFONTE, CENTRE C0., Pa,
on High Street (old office.) “Will attend te
ional calls as heretofore, and respectfully
his seryices to his-frienda and the publio.
DR. J.B, MITCHELL,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON,
Cashmeres, Delaines, Alpacas,
French Merinoes, Plaids.
_Cloths, Satinets, Satin,
.| give prompt attention to
WALK UP \ . BELLEFONTE, CENTRECO., Pa.
ROLL UP HE Subscribers have just recived a D8W | Will attend to professional calls as herétofore, hi
TUMBLE UP. and full supply of Fall and Winter respectfully ne his services to his friends and
STEP UP. Goods, which, for variety, have never been equal- | the public. Office next door to his residence om
JUMP UP, ed by any establishment in this gestion of coun Spring street. Oct 28-58-f.
CLIMB UP try. Having purchased the stock of goods on ;
RUN UP. hand of Mr. George Jackson, they will continue AMBROTVPES,
SKATE UP the business at the old stand, PHOTOGRAPHS, AND DAGUERREOTYPES
+ BIDE UP, » Jo? +f taken daily (except Suudays) from 8 o'clock, A.
. eyiRusi Ue No. 2, Reynolds's Arcade. |i 4 in Sautay 8
FLY 1d ’ Tugr stook consists of a general assortmont o WILLIAM SCHRIBER,
CRAWL UP,’ Dry Gouds, rooster, Hardware, Queensware | 44 1; Brlendid Car on High Street, above the
FIRE UP, 3 enh th a. los in their lige, | COUrt Heuso, Bellefonte, Pa. nk
TEAM UP including a hest ot other artic in their line,
TALL UP > among w bn oan be found an extensive and varied [RA C. MITCHELL. CYRUS T. ALEXANDER.
! election 0 x ih wa MIVCHELL & ALEXANDER,
PUSHUP, no ee Ne wo
any way so that you get up to . LADIES DRESS GOODS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
‘ : BELEFONTE, PRNN‘A,
A.STERNBERG & (0’S ee Persian Cloths, Debeiges, Coburgs, Office in Reynolds’ Arcade on the Diamond.
Ira ©. Mitchell has associated C, T. Alexander
him in the' practice of law, ‘apdsthey will
all business entrusted to
entre, Mifflin, Clinton and’ Clearfield
Hats and Caps And an exten.
he pressure of the morey market having had Bil
effect of reducing the price of many articles
} rares that they can
00ds at prices to mit the times. And as they
BANKING HOUSE, -
Lo QR —
WM. F. REYNOLDS & CO:,
BELLEFONTE, CENTRE C0., PA.
1s of exchange and ‘Notss'diseounted. Col-
lections made and proceeds prom tly remitted.—
nterest paid on special deposits.
eastern cities constantly on hand for sale. Depeu-
xchange in the
0ods, and prices, they
le share of patronage. | &. C.
Skingles constantly on
HOFFER BROTHESRS. |7—F
Collections Made, and Proc
HUMES. HB. N.M'ALLISTER. J. v. magn.
‘A. @. CURTIN.
HUMES, McALLISTER, HALE & CO.
BELLEFONTE, CENTRE (0., pa.
ved—Billsof Exchange and No
on Speci] Deposits—
eeds Remitted Prompt-
xchange on the East constantly on hand-
He keeps oy. hand a general yarioty of
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS,
most Sharava patterns.
Ready made Clothing of all kinds which he is
He feels thankful for
8 to merit a continuance of the same,
ellefoute, Jan. 5th, 1860,-1y.
Whereas, letters of Administration up-
Nov. 14. Administrator.
Notice is hereby given that Lettters of
on the estate of John Frazier,
indebt- | Wa
CLOCKS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY,
Hume purchased the stock of Clocks,
& Moran, and having made large additions to the
some, respectfully invites the attention of the pub-
lic to his stock, consisting now: in part of Gold and
Silver Watches, Gold Guard ‘end Fob Chains,
Gold & silver Spectacles, Bracelets, Gents’ Gold
studs, Watch Keys, Card Cases, Silver Pencils,
Finger Rings, Ear Rings, Breast Pins, Gold Pen-
cils and Pens, Goggles. Steel Bags, Silver Plated
80 dispose of neither an inferior article, or offer for
sale Snyihing in his line but what he van war-
rant. e! 0 in 16
desire to please the public, will give him an ad-
He particularly invites the attention of the la-
dies to his stock of Pins, Rings and Bracelets,
which are of the latest stylos.
vites the gentlemen to examine a very fine lot of
[5 Repairing and cleaning promptly attend
Bellefonte, Jan. 5, 1860.—tf.
Watches and Jewelry lately owned by Bible | paid
Considerable experience in business, and a
tage, which he intends to use to the utmost. thers
And he also in-
tehes now offered for sale.
To such persons as desire to possess
afine speeiment of the caning spe-
who has been for some time engaged
Residence near the Red Barn, about
between this place fie
Notice is hereby given that Letters of
Oct. 17, '61-6t. A A. KERLIN.
Company of Nittany and Sngar Vallies, is now
prepared to receive applications of insurance
against loss by fire. of t
ny isconducted upon a mutual principle, exoclu-
sively agreeable to an act of incorporation, passed
Walker, Marion, Spring, Benner, Patton, and
Half Moon Townships, in Centre county, and La
mar, Porter, Green, and, Logan Townshi #, Clin-
ton county, an Agent has been appointed in cach
Townships within the" borders of the Company's
corporation. 5 k
can do so by making application to the agent re
siding in his respective township. Persons wish-
ing any information concerning the bhsiness of
the Company will address the Secretary at Hu-
blersburg, Centre co. )
on Property in incorporated towns will not be ac-
The business of the Compa-
18th of Mareh, 1861, Within the borders of
Persons wishing to become members
Applications of Insurance
- November 3d, 1861, near the Chestnut
Any person ean see the goods
i ill be isposed of acoording to law.
ay charges and take it away, otherwise
Nov. 81-3t. R. H. MEEK,
athis well known stand on che North-eastern cor-
ner of the public square, Bellefonte, keeps
stantly on hand a large assortment of
on ¥. oity prices.
A.C. Geary, Seo’y. Pres’t.
July 25, 1861-tf. : -
OUR BTORGE po
GEORGE LIVINGSTON, land.
Will practice his
of Centre County, All business intrusted to him
will be faithfully attended to.
‘code 8nd D. C. Boal, Eeq
ok BER A bd ey
CYARLES H .HALE.
pied by Hon. Jas. T. Hale.
during my absence in Corigress,
sisted by we in tho trial of all ea
AR 7 [LL practice in the
rr accurately, aiso toll eut Deeds,
Plots, &c., of Lands upon the cLortest notice.—
J OUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
seriber living on the promises.
Oct. 17, '61-tf.
3. i. STOVER,
ATTORN&Y AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
profession in the several Courts
to collections, and all monies promptly re.
mitted. Can be consulted in the German as well
the English language. . -
~e en High st., formerly occupied by Judye
HALE & HOY,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
on the estate of William Price, late of Boalsburg, | Ware, &o. Also, Eight-day and ; thirty-hour Jobs
haying been granted to the subscriber, all persons Clocks, at very lowest: prices. ‘John Moran Willattend ; BELLEFONTE, PENN’A,
indebted to the said estate are requested to make | offers these Foods to the public,convinced that they alien pomp) y to all business entrusted to
immediate payment, and those having claims or | will meet with satisfaction. He is determined | their care. Office in the building formerly osen
ssrs HALe & Hoy will attend co my businers
and will be as
uses entrusted to
. Jaues T. Haun.
December 15, 1859.
A. 0. FURST,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
several Courts ef
Nov. 14. A. C. HINTON, “Centre and Clinton counties. All legrl
Administrator. IRE INSURANCE COMPANY. i Sion entrusted to his care will receive prompt
——e eee + is h b + that the Far- attention. :
NEVE UNDLAND PUPPIES. rs and Nios barely Enea the Insurance | , OFFICE—On the North-west corner of theDi.
March 22, 1861.—1y-
P.M TEATS, .
JACKSONVILLE, CENTRE Co., Pa;
Has recently located in Jacksonville, Conve
- 4nd would hereby inform the publis
is prepared to do all kinds of
rally that he
harges are very rsasonabie @ive him a
October 17, '61-6m.
The subscriber offers for sale a Stowe
House in the town of Boalsburg, two" storiss high,
Parlor and Diving Room iu front, kitcheh back.
A never failing well of wrter under cover in the
yard, a good garden with a number of bearing
tress. Also .a vacant lot adjoining the
The ter ns will be made known by the sab-
ou 0. XC.
Books brought to order at a small advance,
Ep ee A Ip mrviy Jono FEN DOLLARS REWARD.
Nov. 21. JOHN CALDWELL. Misepul ates : . asic Se “Sunday, Soptamier
Co to the residence of the subsoriber, H+ SATE Books ano STATIONERY lit zed pani and > kat, book, nosing
ns, Se lhe SE a MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS, OE lars a "uxe few] willl hoi fr
The owner is requeste to come forward, prove PORT FOLIOS; & hae an so Hog fi r.the restoration of
the property alone.
Oct. To, 61-3t
WM. GARBRIOK, &