Democratic watchman. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1855-1940, June 06, 1862, Image 4

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structed in health
They stimulate the funct
of the body into vigorous ac
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= the obstructions which nike
disease. A cold settles somewhere in the body,
stinets its natural functions. These, if not
react upon themselves and the surrounding org
ducing general aggvavation, sullering, and
While in this condition, oppressed by the ders
take Ayers ills, and sce how directly they rest
natural action of tho system, and with it tho b
feeling of health again. What is
this trivial and common complai
of the deep seated and dangerous
purgative effect expels them. Caus y | t
tions and derangements of the natural functions of the
Dody, ‘they sre rapidly, and many of them snarely, cured
by the same means, None who Know the virtues of theso
Pills, will neglect to employ them when sulfe
the disorders they curc.
Statements from leading physicians in some of the
principal cities, and from other well known public per-
From a Forwarding Merchant of St. Louis, Fob. 1, 1858,
we in many
The sumo
r obstrnt.
Dr. Aver: Your Pills are the paragon of all that is |
sreat in medicine. They have curved my little dnughter
of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had proved
ncurable for years. Iler mother has been long griov-
usly afflicted with blotches and pimples on her skin and
1 lier hair. After our Chil) pas cured, sho also tried
our Pills, and they have cured her.
As a Family Physic.
From Dr. LW. Cartwright, New Orleans.
Your Pills aro the prince of purges. Their excellent
¢ialities surpass any cathartic we possess. They am
mild, but very certain and eff al in thei!
towels, which makes them invaluable to
ticatiment of dis
¥icadache,SickIeadache,Foul Stomach.
From Dro Edward Boyd, Baltimore. +
Dear BRo. Aver: Icannot answer you what complaints
have cured with your Pills better than to say all hut 1c
ever treat with a purgative medicine. T place great depen
dence on an effectual cathartic in my daily contest with
disease, and believing as I do that your Pilis aftord us the
best we have, I of course value them highly.
PITTSRURG, Pa yp 1, 1855.
Pr, J.C. Aver. Sir: T have been repeatedly cured of
aie worst headache any ody can have by a dose or twa
f your Pills. It seems to ar
ch they cleanse at once,
Yours with great jespect,»
Biltous Disorders — Liver Complaints,
From Dr. Pheodore Bell, of New York City.
Nat only aro your Pills adimsivihly achepted to their par-
nese ds an aperient, Imt 1 find ih reneficial effects upon
the Liver very indeed. They have inn vac.
tice proved ual for the cure of bilio
plaints than a can mention, 1 sincerely
rejoice that we have at le a purgative which is wore
thy tho confidence of the profession and the people.
Washington, D. C., 7th
Sim: Thave used your Pills in my
practice ever since you made thom, und
tuy they are the best cathartic we can
lating action on the liver is quick and
quently they are an ‘admirable remedy for ders
of that organ. Indeed, I have seldom found
« dlious disease 80 obstinate that it did not readil
thew. Fraternadly yours, ALONZO BALL
Llhiysician of the Marine
5 in the daily
Dn, wv, PREDLE,
nf Stecaner Clarion,
Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worms,
From Dr. J. G. Green, of Chicago
Your Pills have had a long trial in my
mold them in csteem as one of the best ape 8
aver found, heir alterative effcet upon the liver makes
an excellent remedy, when given in small dose 3
y and diarrkea. Their sagan
Ty acceptable and conveuient for t
Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood.
dom Bev. J. Ve Himes, Pastor of Aden! Chureh, Boston,
Dr. AYER: I Lave used your Pills
“access in my funily and amon;
: distress. To regulate the west
*rify the bloud, they are the very wedy I have
r known, and I can confidently recommend them to
rionds. Yours, J. V IY
Warsaw, Wyoming Co, N. Oct. 24, 1
IEAR Sin: 1am using your Cathar(ic in my prac-
> and find them an excellent purgative to cleaise the
tem and purify the fountains of the blood,
“omstipation, Costiveness, Suppression,
Rhcumatism, Gout, Neuralgia, Drop=-
ty, Paralysis, Fits, cte
Lym Dr. J. P. Vargha, Montreal, Canada.
Too much cannot be said of your Pills for the cure of
+i If others of our fratern ve found them
us as 1 have, they should join me in proclain-
2 benefit of the multitudes who suffer from
ut, which, although bad enough in itself, is
of others that are worse, 1 believe ¢os-
veriess to originate in the liver, but your Pills affect that
gan and eure the disease,
d to visit
Stuart, Physician and Midwife, B
rie doses of your s, taken at tho
lent promotives of the natural seere-
nw pantially suppressed, and also very
tho stomdch and expel worms. They
physic we have that I recommend
om the Rev. Dr. How
Purassr Hous: annah
Hloxorrd Sin: 1 ehonld be nung:
Jom skill ha
the Methodist Epis. Church,
lan. 6, 1
ful for the
brought mo if 1 did not report my
1 had the best of phy
A worse, until hy the i
x \ imore. Dr. Mackenzie, )
ila, Their effects were slow, but sure, Dy persevering
<1 the use of them, I am now entirely well,
De. Aver: T have been entirely
“henmatic Gout—2a painful dis
La years, 2
B= Most of the Pills in market con
+ hich, although a valuable remedy in skilful ha
« wgerous in a public pill, from’ the dful conse
«uences that frequently follow its incantions use. These
Cutan no mercury or mineral substance whatever.
Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for $1.
-’repared by Dr. J. ©. AYER & CO., Lowell, Mass.
rin Mercury,
For sale by J. Harris Bellefonte, and one dealer
;1 every village throughout the country.
The subscriber having leased the above
named Hotel in the borough of Lock Haven, Clin-
ton county, Pa., takes this method of informing the
public generally that he has made CVery necessary
preparation to entertain strangers and travelers in
the best possible manner,
His table will always co tain the choicest lux
uries that the'country wi’ afford, and he is deter-
mined not to be surpassed in this department by
her Hotel along the West Branch.
is Bar will contain the choicest liquors that cen
be purchased in the city market.
areful and attentive Gstlers will constantly he
«an baad 0 take charge of horsesand sce that they
sare properly attended to.
Trusting that he may receive a portion of the
patronage of the traveling public, he Zicpes by
close attention to ke able to rende + general satis
June 6, '61.-tf Prorrieror
ore uly informs the citizens of Belle
fonte that he still continues to carry on tho
“Tailoring and Clothing business at his old stand
in Brokerhof’s Row, on Main street, where he is
prepared fo make to order, all kinds of Clothing
in tho neatest and mogt fashionable style.
He keeps on hand a general variety o
of the latest and most approved patterns.
Ready made Clothing of all kinds which heis
selling at reduced prices. He feels thankful for
the very liberal support heretofore extended, and
hopes to merit a continuance of the same,
ellefonte, Jan. 5th, 1860,-1y.
Letters testamentary on the Es-
tate of John M. Lucas, late of Curtin township,
doeeeased, dated Feb, 16th, 1862, having been
and those having claims against it are required to
Feb. 27—6t. D. W. HALL Adm's.
: Letters Testamentary on the ¥ls-
tate of Hyacinth B. Tresiyulny, “dec’d, late of
Bellefonte, Pa., have teen granted to the Sub
scriber, residing in Lock Haven, Pa., to whom al 1
claims against said Estate must be presened for |
settlement ; and all persons knowing themselves
indebted thereto, are requested to make immedi-
April 10, 1862.— 6t- Ezecutriz,
Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral
tivity, purify the system from
action on thy |
e from a foul stomach, |
te ro ? School in the country.
Per annum, (invariably in advance.) )
No paper discontinued until all back subserip-
tions are paid, and a failure to notify » 1liscontin-
uance at the end of the time subserive
be considered a new engagement
Four'lines or less,
One square®—12 lines
Ter & 9
Two squargs—21 lin
Three squares—i6
! Six lines or less,
One square
Two squar
Four squares,
Haif a column,
One column,
Over three wee
a square
& Moran
some, re
Tic to his
Silver W
ers thes
t with satisf
dies to his st
have heen ed
past three ye
of accounts w
{7° Minist
ot extra charge.
Cowley's Busin
and a large E
March, 21, 1861.
| wh
] es, is at
into the Trea.
on, therefore
year A
the seve
that 30 day
sists in part of
above beautiful
from the best J
ded by physic
of ordinary Coffeo.
NUT Streets, and b,
Price 25 eents.
Che Democratic Watchman,
ALEXANDER & FUREY, Publishers.
than three months,
marked with the number of
red, wiil be continued till forbid-
according to these terms.
ul and miscellaneous notices charg-
2 tothe above rates
ss notices, five cents per line for every
1s or proceedings of
or assceiation, and ny:
call attention to any ay
ter of limited or individual interest, ean be insert.
| ed unless paid for as an advertisement.
Obituary notices exceeding six lines, fifty cents
5, resolution
; ot
m designed to
ications recommending persons for of-
fice, inserted at ten cents a line; and the pay
must accompany the communi
| 7 Amaro T 1 7
LF aving purchased the stock of Clocks,
o i d Jewelry lately owned by Bible
having made large additions to tte
wvites the attentipn of the pub-
sisting now in part of Gold
dold Guard
sectacles, Bracelet
at the very lowest prices.
goods ae ta that they
80 dispose of neither an inferior artiel
ale anything in his line but w 1
iderable experience in ouginess, and a
| desire to nlease the public, will give him an ad-
vantage, which he mtends to use to the utmost.
He particularly invites the attention of the Ia-
of Ping, Rings and Bracelets,
¢ atest styles.
gentlemen to examine a very fine lot of
now offered for sale.
Repairing and cleaning promptly attend
Bellefonte, Jan. 5, 1860. —tf.
$35, 00
2 YS the entire cost for Tuition in the
most popular and
Upward of Lwelve Hun-
dred young men from twenty-eight different States
ted for business here within the
some of whom have been employ-
ed as Book Keepers at salaries of
$2000,00 Per Annum!
Twmediately upon graduating, who knew nothing
hen they entered the College.
rs sons half price.
at any time, and review when they please, with-
Wor catalogue of 86 pages, Specimens of Prof.
and Ornamental Penmanship,
2 raving of the College, enclose
twenty-five cents in Postage stamps to the Princi-
JENKINS & SMITH, Pittsburg, Pa.
Whereas, the County is deeply in
| debt, and interest annually aceruing thereon, and
| , the present amount of outstanding tax-
ast 320,000. whieh, if collected and paid
sury, would enable us to
large portion of our debt and stop interest” there-
County Treasurer and
:' Attorney be are hereby instruct-
ed to collect all outstanding taxes previous to the
D., 1861, after giving the Collectors of
ral townships re:
from this date
cient time for such notice.
Treasurer and Commissioners’ Attorney sh
like manner, proceed to collect all outstanding
tixes for the year A. D., 1861, immediately after
the August Court of A. D., 1862.
Resolved : That the
M. Irwiy, Clerk.
ioners Office, )
Bellefonte, March 20. §
Having just returned from Philadelphia
with a new and splendid assortment o
of the latest styles and fashion, we feel prepard to
all, both young and old. grave and gay, who
s proper lo give us a call.
and all other articles generally keptin a Millinery
{5 We have procured the services of one of the
most experienced Milliners in the city.
Bishop street, next door to the old stand.
Bellefonte. May 3,61. MARY SOURBECK.
Bellefonte and viewity, are respectfully informed
that clases will be opened for the study of the
Art of Writing,
in this piace, and will continue for two months.
A FREE LECTURE will be given on the sub-
| ject, in the Arbitration-room of the County Court
| House, on Saturday evening, the 28th inst., com-
meneing at 8 o'clock, where particulars will be
given and classes opened.
Professor of Phonography.
N. B.—Private instructions giv
Bellefonte, Mareh 27th, 1852
COFFEE. — This
a Coffee, is strongly reeommen-
ns as a superior NUTRITIOUS
or General Debility, Dyspepsia,
and all Rikious disorders.
Thousands who have been reluctantly compelled
to abandon the gse of Coffee, will find they can
use thie combination without any of the injurious
effects they formerly experienced.
£57 One cau contains the strength of two pounds
Is precisely what its name indicates, r,
» While pleasant to the taste, itis revivifying, 0
exhilarating, and strengthening to the vi-
tal powers. It also revivifies, reinstates
and renews the bloed in all its original pu-
rity, and thus restores and renders the sys-
tem invulnerable to attacks of disease. "It
is the only preparation ever cffered to the
world in a popular form go as to be within
the reach of all. Se chemically and skill-
= fully combined as to be the most powerful
tonic, and yet, so perfectly adapated to as
to act tn perfect accordance with the laws
of nature, and hence soothe the weakest
stomach, and tone up the digestive organs,
and allay all nervous and other irritation.
1tis also perfertly exhilarating in its effects, tt
and yet it is never followed by lassitude or
irit It is composed en.
depression of spirits.
irély of vegetables and those thoroughly
combining powerful tonic and soothing 3
properties, and consequently can never in
jure. Such a remedy haslong been felt
to be a disderatum in the medical world
both by the thoroughly skiiled in medics Bp
Bias and also by all who have suffe
from debility; for it needs no medical
skill or knowledge even to see that debili-
ty follows all attacks of disease, and lays
the unguarded system open to the attacks
of many of the most dangerous to which
poor humanity is constantly reliable. Such
0 for example, as the following © Comsump-
tion, Bronchitis, Indigestion, Dys
of Appetite, Faintness, Nervous Ir-
ritability, Neuralgia. Palpitation of the
Heart, Me'ancholy, Iypocondria, Night
Swe Languor. (hddiness, and all that
class of cases, so fearfully fatal if unattend-
ed to in time, called Female weakness and
ie Lrregularities. Also, Liver Derangement
or Torpidity, and er Complaints, Dis-
3, Sealding or Incon-
eases of the Kidn
tinuence of the Urine, or any general de-
rengement of the Urinary Organs, Pain in
the Back, Side. and between the Should-
ers, predisposition to Slight Colds, Hacking
and Continued Cough, Emaciation, Difii-
culty of Breathing, and indeed we might
> rate manly more still, but we have 0
only to say, it will not only cure the
A bility following Chills and Fever, but
prevent all attacks arising from Miasmatie
Influences, and cure the diseases at once,
if already attacked. And as it acts i()
cctly and persistently upon the biliary
system, arousing the Liver to action, pro-
0 moting, in fact, alt the excretions and se-
crctions of the system, it will wees 19
prevent any deliterious consequences fol-
lowing upon change of elimate and water ;
hence all travelers should have a bottle
with them, and all should take a table
spoonful at least belore eating. As it pre-
vents eosti strengthens the digest-
it should be in the hands of all i
persons of sedentary habits, students, min-
isters, literary men. And all ladies not
accustomed to much cut deor exercise,
should always useit. If they will they
will find an agreeable, pleasant, and effi-
cient remedy against those ills which rob
them of their beauty ; for beauty cannot
p without health, and health cannot ex-
hile the above irregularities continue.
Then again, the Cordial is a perfect Moth- 2
er’s Relief. Takena month or two before
the final trial she will pass the dreadful
period with perfect case and safety. ere
is no mistake about it , this Qordial is
oll we clarm for it. Mothers, try it!
And to you we appeal to detect the illness
or decline not only of your daugters before
it be too late, but also your sons and hus-
bands, for while the former, from false del-
icacy, often goes down to a premature
£1 fret rather than let their condition be
known in time, the later are often so mix-
ed up with the excitement of business that
if it weze not for you they would travel s1
2 the same dcwnward path, until too late
arrest their fatal fall. But the mother ur
always vigilant, and to you we confident-
ly appeal ; for we are sure your never
0 failing affection will unerringly point you
to Prof. Wood's Restorative Cordial and
Blood Renovator as the remedy which
should always be on hand in time of need,
0. J. WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway,
New York, and 114, Market street, St.
Louis, Mo., and sold by all good Drug-
gists. Price One Dollar per Bottle:
John Harris & Co., Ag’t, Bellefonte, Pa.
July, 18, '61-1y. ?
Messrs, Hoffer Brothers,
HE Subscribers have just received a new
and full supply of Spring and Summer
(touds, which, for variety, have never been cqual-
ed by any establishment in this section of coun
try. Having purchased the stock of goods on
hand of Mr. George Jackson, they will continue
the business at the old stand,
No. 2, Reynolds's Arcade.
Their stock consi of a general assortmet on
Dry Goods, Groceries. Hardware, Queensware
and Glassy y
including a host ot other u
among which can be found an exte
selection of
such as
Ducals, Persian Cloths, Debeiges, Coburgs,
Cazhmeres, Delaines, Alpacas,
French Merinoes, Plaids,
Their gentlemen’s wear consists of a large as
sortment of Casimeres, Cloths, Satinets, Satin,
Vesting, Tweeds, Hats and Caps And an exten-
sive assortment of Roots and Shoes for Ladies and
Gentlemen and Children, with almost every other
article that may be necessary to supply the wants
of thecommunity.
The pressure of the morey market having had
the effect of reducing the price of many articles
of merehandise.she undersigned have been ena-
bled to buy their stock at such rates that they can
sell goods at prices to suit the times. And as they
intend to do their best to please their customers,
both in the quality of goods, and prices, they
hope to receive a reasonable share of patronage.
All in want of goods will please cali and exami «,
their stock. s
L. B.—They wiil keep constantly on hand, EX
TRA FLOUR, which they will sell at the lowest
cash price
L.2° Country produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for goods.
Dried E.amber and Shingles constantly on
hand and for sule.
_ Bellefonte, March 28, 1861.—1y.
Our citizens have for many years been
in the habit of going to distant cities for their
ugics and Carriages, thus depreciating diseoun-
tenancing our home manufactories, and giving
to foreign establishments the Patronage that should
properly be extended to our own. The neatness
tie foreign gave it the preference, over the
home manufactured vehicle, and little atten‘ion
Was paid to their durability. I have just opened
a manufactury on Penn street near Bishop, hav
ing had an extensive and varied expereance at
Coach making in all its departments, feel confi-
dont that I can turn out work combining With a
finish equal to that of any city establishment a
degree of durability never found in city work I
respectfully invite inspection of, my work by per-
8 in their line,
nsive and varied
For sale by all Druggists and Grocers, and by
the Manufacturer, corner of BROAD and CHES'T-
108 and 110, S WHARVES.
March 6th 1862-—1y.
Rush township, March 20, 1862—3t.
ted to N. J. Mi Tran rh i All persons are hereby cautioned
fe LAE pithy Dia gai, of | against purchasicvg or aiding Ww Hiss folioeing
i quest 4 1 jate | property. to wit: One three-year o d Colt, one
Estate are requested to make immediate payment | Ton ood rnimoe Wa Tian i oy
i | session of Frederick Dale, as the same belong to
proses fou, daly Sitortionted, For Sahiomont. | ie and have only been left with him on loan.
know prepared to wait upon all who may desire
his professional services.
Rooms at his residence on Spring street.
| founnry line.
May 15-62 3t
“Foundry, 100 tons of old metal, in ex-
| change for ploughs, stoves or anything in the
A. HAUPT, & Co.,
sons desirous to purchase.
_ Repairing of all kinds done on the shortest no
Cwm for sa wouismoy.
in Has fitted up the shop STIR
on the northwest corner TARY x
he _ of Allegheny and Bishop Shall’)
and is now prepared to manufacture Sad-
dles, Bridles, Harness, Trunks, Valises, Whips,
&e., &e., in a style superior to any manufacturer
in Central Penneylvania. His work is made of the
best materials that can be procured, and for neat-
ness and durability is second to none, with the de-
termination to put his work up according to order,
and sell lower than any manufacturers in Centre
county .He politely asks ashare of the public pa
August 8, 61-1y.
All persons are hereby cautioned against pur-
chasing a Note given to James Clark of Centre
Hall for $18,00 by James Kennelly and the sub-
sciber as I have given value tosaid Clark for tho
Note and am determined not to pay it a second
April2t 62. tf Gro BrEON
{434 C0 Iugh Hamilton, £¢
LAND. —Agreeably to several acts of
assembly, directing the mode of selling unseated
lands, for taxes due, &,, The Treasurer of Centre
County gives notice that on the following describ-
ed tracts of unseated land two years or more of
taxes are due and mnpaid. That unless said
taxes with legal cost, are paid before the 2nd
Monday of June. he will on that day at the Court
House in Bellefonte sell the same. .
Acres ps. Warrantee. Twp. Taxes
130 60 Jno. Mercer, Gregg, $ 4.64
130 00 Robt. Askey, “ 8,21
130 00 Job Packer, te
130 00 Jas. Packer, Jr. “
130 00 David Johnston, 3
310 00 Lud Kanacher, Union,
190 08 Hen. Vandyke, Snowshoe,
162 00 Rich Jones, st
386 40 Mary Kanacher, Union,
42 00 James Moore, Potter,
100 00 Geo. Markley, Taylor,
434 00 John Miller, Rush,
434 00 Chas. Lucas, 4“
434 00 John Lamb, Taylor
434 00 Thos. Grant, Rush,
434 00 Jno. Sherick, Taylor,
434 00 Ifen. McEwen, “
434 00 Polly McEwen, “
217 00 Josh. Williams, “
34 00 Polly Williams, “
217. 00 Sarah Bonbam, Iloward,
134 Wm Miles Miles,
92 Walter Stewart, Burnside,
68 Paul Cox, his
00 John Vaughn, «
00 W. Montgomery, Penn.
00 D. Montgomery, th
00 Robert Lyon,
00 Ezikiel Lyon, £4
00 Benj. Lyon, :
00 Jno, McCalley, “
00 Wm. MecCalley, ¥
00 Jona. Walker, ££
00 Hannah Primm,
00 And Keanady, 3
00 Jno. Kennady, £4
00 Jas Dennady, te
00 Jas. Hepburn, 3
00 John Cowden, Le
00 Jaz. Armstrong, te
433 163 Thos. Greaves, Boggs,
433 163 Thos. Greaves, Snowshoe,
150 00 Rich. Miles, Boggs,
433 163 Jona. Hervey, £8
421 43 John Burgh, a fmoon,
433 163 And. Somne:s, Boggs,
433 163 Thos. P. Hale, Curtin,
433 163 Garret Cottinger, ‘¢
424 80 T. P. Wharton, “
411 00 Josiah Haines, gt
196 00 Packer & Lucas, Boggs,
Marg’t Butler, £e
Jno. Cochran, “
Wm. Russell, 2
Thos. Russel, te
Luke Misner, Snowshoe,
412 4 David Carscadon, ¥
Y “ 7
257 86 $f 2
400 00 LA) Boggs,
430 32 4 ,
200 120 £e Curtin,
1 13 “4 "“w “
3 a7 “ “
00 Moses Hood, Boggs,
120 Robt. Gray, Burnside,
120 Wm. Dewart, ee
120 Jno. Dewart do
120 Jas. Towers, do
120 Wm. Gray, do
00 John Weitzel, do
00 James Black, do
00 Jos J. Wallace, do
120 Wm. Cook, do
120 Jno. Cowden, do
120 Wm. P. Brady, do
120 Henry Shaffer, do
120 Jno. Housel, do
120 John Lyon, do
120 Charles (oben, do
120 Thos. Grant, do
120 John Brady, do
120 John Kidd. do
120 Hen. Diunelley do
i120 Robt Brady, do
120 Jno. Donnelley, do
120 Samuel Scott, do
00 Jno. T. Hoover, do
83 4 of Jer. Parker, do
153 Jos, Morris, do
153 Alex. Greaves, do
00 George Eddy, do
153 Moore Wharton, Showshoo,
153 Wm. Parker, do
153 Rebecea Waln, do
153 Benj. H. Tallman, do
3 1563 Eliz. Wharton, do
433 153 A. 8. Valentine, do
433 153 T. M. Milikin, do
200 00 N.J. Mitchell, do
73 00 Henry Wheeler, Burnside,
190 90 John Hall, do
00 J. W.&L C. Packer do
00 Caleb Lawns, 0
00 Isaac Longstreth, do
© 00 Jas. T. Hale, Snowshoe,
00 Jas. McMannus, do
00 Samuel Linn,
00 Peter Hahn, 3
00 Susan Hahn, do
00 Jos. Thomas, do
00 Jacob Waln, do
00 Nathaniel Levy, do
00 Thos. Humpkins, do
00 Robert Gray, do
00 Wu. Gray, do
00 Wm. Yardley, do
00 Samuel Baird, do
433 163 Sam’l M. Fox, do
415 00 Sarah M. Taliman, do
50 00 Dan’l Pletcher, Liberty, 3,00
147 00 Jease Hall, Curtin, 27,52
420 48 Philip Myers, do 15,75
215 00 Simeon Myors, do 8,02
420 48 Valentine Myers, do + 11,60
420 48 Michael Myers, do 10.05
415 00 Esther Eddy, do «15,53
415 00 Casper Wister, do 11,60
830 00 Alex. McDonald, Gregg, -~ 1,68
283 00 Wm. Cook, Penn, 73
283 00 Thos. Hamil on, do ° ct
263 00 Jas. Armstrong, do 61
266 00 John Cowden, do 65
2069 00 Jas. Hepburn, do 65
372 00 Jas. Kennady, do 65
216 00 John Kennady, do S 63
2718 00 Aud, Kenmady, do 65
302 00 Christ. Dorring, Gregg, 12,43
304 00 Charles Hall, do 12,69
3712 31 Wm. Hepburn, do 3,83
382 129 John Cowden, do 3,93
408 127 And. Carson, do 4,26
380 00 Bernard Hubiy, do 4,69
406 89 Michael Gratz, Haines, 1,78
405 141 Simon Gratz, do 1,78
436 00 John Simpson, do 1,78
359 00 Henry Antis, do 3,56
110 00 Hepburn & Harris, do 93
422 116 I Mackey, do 3,56
156 80 Benj. Young do 1,18
320 00 Peter Cramer, do 2,64
228 150 Wm. Mackey, do 1,98
277 86 Peter Swineford, do 2,64
185 00 of John Kidd, do 1,08
433 163 John Price, Huston, 25,28
433 163 Jno. Wheeland, do 25,28
433 163 Jno. Rollington, do 25,28
366 10 James Baxter, do 17,48
130 123 Simon Gratz, Miles, 3,88
123 47 Simeon Gratz, do 1,16
195 01 Simeon Gratz, do 3,88
196 42 Simeon Gratz, do 3,88
136 141 Simeon Gratz, do 4,36
And. Armstrong, do
Wn. G. Latimer, do
Christph’r Derring
Henry Vanderslice,
Christian Devling, Harris
Albright Swineford,
Jeremiah Warder,
Ferguson Mellvain,
388 96 James Hall, do
433 151 Charles Hall, do
397 00 David Lewis, do
415 00 John Shym, do
S83 00 Richard Waln, do
415 00 Joseph Waln, do
415 00 Jesse Waln, do .
415 00 John Barron, do
00 Eli Camby, do
163 John Rugg, do
00 Molly Wharton, do
163 Robert Waters, Snowshoe,
163° Benj. R. Morgan, do
120 Alex Bell, Curtin,
120 Charles Hall, do
00 Valentine Myers, do 23,27
163 Fishburn Wharton, Dur 40,67
Christian Schenck,
333 163 Phoebe Waln, do 16,00
433 163 Sam’IM Fisher, do 16,00
Bartholomew Wister,
Casper W. Moris,
Nathanicl Matlock,
53 1 of Jno. Louden,
433 163 Jas. C. Fisher, do 7,9
488% 00 Joseph Kelso, do 39,36
337 "00 Lindley Coates, do 18,36
315 00 Wm. Gilbert, do 31.95
407% 00 4 of Caleb Lawns, do 7,72
2074 00 # Isaac Longstreth, do 7,72
233 163 James White, do 32,3
425 00 Henry Toland, Miles, 2,4
425 00 Samuel Norton, do 2,54
425 00 Dan’l Williams, do 2,54
452 00 Wm. Brady, do 2,42
424 00 Rich. Parker, do 2,42
331 00 Jer. Parker, do 2,42
333 163 Bird Wilson, Snowshoe, 16,00
442 00 Samuel Hall, Curtin, 1,51
433 163 Obijah Davis, 0 16,18
433 163 Joseph Bigbeo, do 4,04
290 00 Ruth Elliott, do 19,85
390 00 Jos Roberts, de 12,00
415 00 | Rebecca Kelso, do 14,07
398 80 Robt Irwin, do 14,69
406 120 Ste’n Stephenson, Liberty, 6,87
406 120 Jno. Dunwoody, do 6,87
406 120 Ebn’zr. Benham, do . 6,87
60 00 of Wm. Packer, Curtin, 78
25 00 of Jacob Baker, do 44
72 00 John Brady, do 10,79
Kandolph Helker,
William Benham,
Blair McLanahan,
Wm, Lewis Lawyer,
Thomas Cathbert,
Thomas L. Shippen,
George Campbell,
David Beverage, Rush,
Martha M’Conunel, do
> 0
Snowshoe, 5.9
Miles, 7
ynolds ©
Snowshoe, 7,99
433 133 Mary M. Wharton, do 3,70
433% 153 James P. Morris, do 3,70
433 163 Kearney Wharton, do 15.60
Gren he = m3
434 00 Samuel Dobson, do 16.00
435 00 James Johnston, Spring, 10.88
408 00 Thomas Arthurs, do _10,00
400 00 Wm. Wilson, do 1000
421 00 Eleanor Johnson, do 10.50
426 110 James Smith, do 10,72
433 153 Thos. Johnson do 1088|
413 73 Jno. McComing, do 10.32
400 00 John Wilson, do_ 10,00
419 10 John Johnston, do 10.47
433 153 James Long, Union, 13.38
433 153 John MeKisson, do 13,38
433 153 Henry Beck, do 133
333 153 Wm. Carlisle, do 1338
364 00 Chas. Wilson do 1128
333 153 Samuel Phillips, do 1029
433 153 Jane Black, do 13,88
140 00 John Cooper, do 216
333 00 John Dunwoody, do 10,29
95 200 R. Mulholland do 124
200 00 John Irvin, do 248
200 00 Jacob Vanpool, Taylor.31,80
200 00 Christ. Vanpool do 10,60
307 94 Richard Downing do 126,23
100 00 Michael Weidner, do 5.30
100 00 Michael Weidner, do 530
117 00 Boyce Davis, Union, 18.08
50 00 Boyce Davis, do. 7.74
44 82 Thos, Burnside, do. . 9.71
50 00 B.Pyle& Co., Walker, 29
400 00 Jeremiah Parker, do 240
400 00 Richard Parker, do 240
233 00 Wm 8. Shipper, Worth, 1534
21 141 John Mifflin, do 86
129 00 Jno. Swanwick, do 513
300 00 Thos. Ha. "horn, do 1200
330 00 Jasper Ma lan do 13,19
433 153 Jas. Hawthorn, do 17,30
430 00 J. M. M’Kinney, Marion, 9.60
617 00 Ann Dale, boggs, 7,07
433 163 Thomas all, Cartin, 11,33
418 - 46 Wm. Hood,
433 150 Samuel Scott, Curtin, 8,08
Boggs, 19,10
104 00 Jac. Sigflried, Niles, 60
75 00 Jos. Harrison, Rush, 4,16
103 00 Jno. Harrison, do 8.36
433 153 Thos. Hamiiton, do 1429
433 153 Elinor Siddons, do 6,91
433 153 Robt. Rainey, do 6.91
400 00 John Friend, Huston, 23,40
405 147 Jacob Rush, Rush, 12,94
422 44 John Weidman, do 13.48
402 116 Jac. Weidman, do 2592
433 153 Jacob Dentler, do 13,84
433 153 Daniel Brenner, do 6,91
433 163 Edward Bryan, do, 0,01
433 15: A, Reighart, Jr, do 13,84
270 00 Liugh MelIntrre, do 16.3
433 00 Adam Reighart, do 6.91
415 00 Richard Waln, do. 7.63
250 00 Clem’t Beckwith, Taylor, 23,84
Bellefonte, April 3, 1862 Treasurer
Many, since the great discovery of Prof. Wood.
have attempted not only to imitiite his restorative.
but profess to discovered something that
would produce results identical ; but they have
all come and gone, being carried away by the
wonderful results of Prof. Wood's preparation,
and have been forced to leave the field to its re-
sistless sway. Read the following :
Bath, Marxe, April 18th, 1839.
Pror 0.J. Woop & Qo: Gents: —The letter
Iiwrote yeu in 1836, concerning your valuable
Hair Restorative, and which you Have published
i ig vieini d elsewhere, has given rise to
numerous enquiries touching the facts in the case.
The enquiries are, fi sit a fact of my habita-
tion and name, a® stated in the communication,
second, is it true of all therein contained ; third;
does my hair still continue to be in good order and
of natural color 2 To all T ean and do answer in-
variably yes. My hai is even better thanin any
stage of my life for 40 years past, more soft, thriie
ty, and better colored ; the samo is true of my
1 not gener
whiskers, and the ouly cause why it
ally true, is that the ‘substance is washed off by
frequent abolution of the face, when if care were
used by wiping the face in close connection with
the whiskers, the same result will follow as the
hair. I have been in the receipt of a great n m-
ber of letters from all parls of New England, ask-
ing me if my hairstill continues to be good ; as
there is 20 much fraud in the manufacture and
sale of various compounds as well as this, it has,
no doubt been basely imitated and been used, not
only without any good effect, but to absolute in
jury. I have not used any of your Restorative of
any account for some months, and yet my hair is
as good as ever, and hundreds have exam ined it’
with surprise, as I am now 61 years old and not a
gray hair in my head or on my face ; and to prove
this f I send you a lock of my hair taken off
the past week. T received your favor of two quart
bottles last summer, for which I am very grate-
ful; I gave it to my friends and thereby induced
them to try it, many were skeptical until after
trial and then purchased and used it with univer
sal uccess. I will askas a favor, that you send
me a test by which I can discover fraud in tho
Restorative, sold by many, I fear, without author-
ity from you. A pure article will insure suceess,
and I believe where good effects do not follow. the
failure is caused by the impure articl§, which eurs-
es the inveutor of the good. I deem it my duty,
as horetofore, 10 keep you apprised of the contin.
ued effect on my hair, ‘as I assure all who enquire
of me of my uushaken opinion of its valuable re-
sults. I remain, dear sir, yours,
Aarons Row, Ky., Nov. 30, 1858.
Pror. 0. J. Woop : Dear sir.—I would certain-
ly be doing you a great injusticc mot to make
known to theworld, the wonderful, as well as the
unexpected result I have experienced from using
ONE bottle of your Hair Restorative. After using
every kind of Restoratives extant, but without
success, and finding my head nearly destitute of
hair, I was finally induced to try oii of your
Hair Restorative. Now, candor and justice com-
rel me to announce to whoever may read this, that
1 now possess a new and beautiful head of hair,
which I pronounce richer and handsomer than the
original wes. T will therefore take occasion to re-
commend this invaluable remedy to ALL who may
feel the necessity of it.
I remain respectfully yours,
« P. S.—This testimonial of my approbation for
your valuable medicine (as you are aware of) is
unsolicited :—but if you think it worthy a place
among the rest, insert if you wish; if not destroy
and say nothing. Yours, REV.5. A.B.
The Restorative is put in bottles of three sizes,
viz : large, medium and small ; the small hold
half a pint and retails for one dollar per bottle ;
the mediums hold at least twenty per cent. more
In proportion than the small, retails for two dollars
a bottle , the large holds a nart, forty per cent.
more in Dp: and retails for three dollars a
bottle. 0.J. WOOD, & CO., Proprietors, 144,
Jrosdwey, Noy yoy and He Market Street St.
ouis, Mo. nd sold by al ood Drugei, ni
Fancy (Goods Dealers. z 2 ond
John Harris & Co., Agent, Bellefonte, Pa.
_ Bellefonte, Ju ly 11, ’61-1y.
fie subscribers having taken the Store
formerly occupied by Messrs Johnston & Kol
ler, beg to say to the people of Boalsburg and vi
cinity that they will continue the
in its various branches, and will spare no pains tc
keep up a full assortment of everything usually
kept in any country store, and will sell at prices
which we trust will solicit a share at loast of your
patronage !
All kinds of country produce taken at full mar-
ket prices in exchange for goods. Bring along your
Grain, your Bacon, your Butter, your Eggs. your
Rags, your Tallow, your Lard, ~our Hard Soap,
our Bees Wax, your Feathers, and in case you
aye nothing of this kind your cask will never b
refused. JOUN HIBLER & CO,
Boa Isburg, April 20, 1860—tf.
at his well known tend on che North-oastern coz-
ner of the public square, Lellefonte, keeps
stantly on hand a large assortaent of 4
AND Scnoon
Also, a large variety of
of the best quality
PORT FOLIOS, &e. &e.
Aud for the speedy cure of the following complaints:
Scrofula and Scrofulous Affections,such
as Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, iruptions,
Pimples, Pustules, Blotci =, oils,
Blains, and all Skin Diseases:
OARLAND, Ind., 6th June, 10:8
J. C. Aver & Co. Gents: I feel it my duty to ac-
knowledge what your Sarsaparilla has done for me.
Having inherited a Scrofulous infection, I have suffortd
from it in various ways for years. Sometimes it Burst,
out in U s on my hands and arms; sometiines jt
turned in and distressed mo at the stomach. Two
years ago it broke out on my head and covered my scalp
and ears with one sore. which was painful and loathsome
beyond description. 1 tried many medicines and several
physicians, but without much relief from any thing, In
fact, the disorde ew worse. At length I was rejoiced
to read in the Gospel Messenger that you had prepared
an alterative (3 parila), for 1 knew from your reputa.
tion that any thing you made must be good. 1 sent to
Cificinnati and got it, and used it till it cured me. I took
it, as_you advise, in small doses of a teaspoonful over i
month, and used almost three bottles. New and health
skin soon began to fori under the scab, which after
while fell off. My skin is new clear, and I know by my
feelings that the disease has gone from my system. You
can well believe that I feel what I am saying when I tell
you, that I hold you to be one of the apostles of the age,
and remain ever gratefully. Yours,
St. Anthony’s Fire, Rose or Erysipelas;
Tetter and Salt Rheum, Seald ead,
Ringworm, Sore Eyes, Dropsy. >
Dr. Robert M. Preble writes from Salem, N. Y., 12th
Sept., 1850, that he has cured an inveterate case of
Drepsy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the
persevering use of our Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerons
Malignant Erysipelas by large doses of the same; gays -
ho cures the common Eruptions by it constantly.
Bronchocele, Goitre or Swelled Neck.
Zebulon Sloan of Prospect, Texas, writes : “Three bot-
{les of your Sarsaparilla cured me from a Goitre — a hid-
cous swelling on the neck, which I had suffered from
over two years.”
Leucorrhaa or ‘Whites, Ovarian Tumor,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Diseases.
Dr. J. B. 8. Channing, of New York City, writes; “I
most cheerfully comply with the request of your agent in
saying I have found your Sarsaparilla a most excellent
alterative in the numerous ais for which we
employ such a remedy, but e: ially in Female Diseases
of the Scrofulous diathesis. I have cured many inveter-
ate cases of Lencorrhoea by it, and some where the com-
plaint was caused by ulceration of the uterus, The ulcer-
ation itself was soon cured, Nothing within my Kuowl-
edge equals it for these female derangements.”
Edward 8. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, © 4 dan-
gerous ovarian tumor on one of the females in my family,
which had defied all the remedies we could employ, has
2t length been completely cured by your Extract of Sar-
saparilla. Our physician thought nothing but extirpa-
tion could afford relief, but he advised the trial of your
Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting, and it
proved effectual. After taking your remedy cight weeks
no symptom of the disease remains.”
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
NEW ORLEANS, 25th August, 1850,
Dr. J. C. Aver: Sir, I cheerfully comply with the re-
guest of your agent, and report to you some of the cflectd
I have realized with your Sarsaparilla.
I have cured with it, in my practice, most of tho com:
plaints for which it is recommended, and have found ite
effects truly wonderful in the enre of Venercal and Mer-
curiul Disease. One of my patients-had Ryphilitic ulcers
in his throat, which were consuming his palate and the
top of his mouth. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
cured him in five weeks. Another was attacked by sec-
ondary symptoms in his nose, and the ulceration had
caten away a considerable part ot it, so that I believe thé
disorder would soon reach his brain and kill him. Dut it
yielded to my administration of your Sarsaparilla; the
ulcers healed, and he is well again, not of course without
some disfiguration to his fice. A woman who had been
treated for the same disorder by mercury was suffering
from this poison in her bones, They had become so sen-
gitive to the weather that off a damp day she suffered ex-
cruciating pain in her joints and bones. She, too, wag °
cured entirely by your Sarsapdrilla in a fow weeks. I
know from its formula, which your agent gave me, that
this Preparation from your laboratory must be a great
remedy ; consequently, these truly remarkable results
with it have not surprised me.
Fraternally yours, ~~ G. V. LARIMER, M. D.
Rheumatism, Gout, Liver Complaints
INDEPENDENCE, Preston Co., Va., 6th J ly, 1859,
Dr. J. C. Aver: Sir, I have been afflicted 1 -ith a pain-
ful chronic Rheumatism for a long time, whicl baffled the
skill of physicians, and stuck to me in spite of all tho
remedies I could find, until I tried your Sarsaparilla. Ono
bottle cured mo in two weeks, and restored my general
health so much that I am far better than befors J was
attacked. I thing a wondertus medicine, o. waBAM.
Jules Y. Getchell, of St. Louis, writes: “T have neen
aflicted for years with an affection of the Liver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every thing, 4 every thing
failed to relieve me; and I have Leen a broRen-down man
for some years from no other cause than derangement of
* Liver. My beloved pastor, the Rev. Mr. Espy, advised
try your Sarsaperilla, because he said he knew you,
wy thing you made was worth trying. By the bless-
{ God it has cured me, and has so purified my blood
» make a new man of me. I feel youns egnin. The
-t that can be aid of you is not half good enough ”? =~
Schirrus,Cancer Tumors, © *
Ulceration, Caries and E
the Bones.
A great variety of cases have been re
cures of these formidable complaints
the use of this remedy, but our space *
them, Some of them may be found
Almanac, which the agents below nau
furnish gratis to all who call for them.
Dyspepsia, Heart Disease, Fits, ki).
8y, Melancholy, Neuralgia
Many remarkable cures of these affections have been
made by the alterative power of this medicine. It stimu-
lates the vital functions into vigorous action, and thus
overcomes disorders which would be supposed beyond its
reach, Such a remedy has long been required by the ne-
cessities of the people, and we are confident that this will
do for them all that medicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, Hoarseness,
Croup, Bronchitis, Incipient Con
sumption, and for the Relief
of Consumptive Patients
in advanced Stages
of the Disease.
This is a remedy so universally known to surpass any
other for the cure of throat and lung complaints, that it
is useless here to publish the evidence of its virtues. Tts
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly
wonderful cures of pulmonary disease, have made it
known thronghont the civilized nations of the earth
Few arc the communities, or even families, among them
who have not some personal experience of its eflects —
some living trophy in their midst of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs.
As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and
as they know, too, the effects of this remedy, we need not
do more than to assure them that it has now all the vir-
tues that it did have when making the cures which have
wen go strongly upon the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Dr. J.C AYER & C0., Lowell, Mass.
Opposite the Court House, Bellefonte, Pa
DANIEL GARMAN, Proprietor.
known Hotel, situated on the Southeast corner of
the Diamond, Spposiie the Court House, having
been purchased by the undersigned, he announc-
es to the former patrons of this establishment and
to the traveling puplic generally, that he intends
refitting it thoroughly, and is prepared to render
the most satisfactory accommodation to all who
may favor him with their patronage. No pains
will bo spared on his part to add to the conveni-
ence or comfort of his guests. Allwho stop with
him will find -
abundantly supplied with the most sumptuous fare
the market will afford, done up in style, by the
most experienced eooks ; while HIS BAR will al-
ways contain
«+ The Choicest of Liquors,
is Stabling is best in town, and will always be
attended by the most trustworthy and attentive
Give him acall, one and ail, and he feels con.
{ident that all will be satisfied with their aceoni-
modation. :
is attached to this establishment, which strangers
from abroad will find greatly to “their advantage.
Bellefonte, Jan. 9, 1862. X
ing to his friends and the publicinge
ral that he has taken charge of this well kno.
otel, lately under the supervision of J. H. Morri-
on, and is fully prépared to accommodate the
raveling pubde ina style and manner commensu-
vto with the progressive spirit of tho times.
He is in possession of all the modern improve-
ments and conveniences, as to Slesping appart-
ments, and has supplied hig larder with the choicest
fhe markets afford, and his Bar with the purest
ines. F:
With the most oxtensivestabling accommodations
and attentive and skilful ostlers, together with as-
siduous attention to business, he feels justified ir
soliciting a share of patronage and the -support
his friends.
Bellefonte, Oct. 8-’57-42-tf.
Town of DeLains, Shepards and Mo-
ha ir Plaids, all of which will be sold at the very
Ew Books brought to order at a small advance
on the
city prices.
une2s-tf.8. GEO. LIVINGSTON.
Io west rates, can be seen at the Stoze of