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17,999 DOLLARS BOUNTY!
HAPPINESS & PROSPERITY
WILE & 23890%
on BISHOP STREET, directly opposite the
building formerly known as the
A BAUM, AcenT.
All ¥inds of FOREIGN and DOMESTIC LI-
QUORS, at wholesale, to be had at the very
lowest prices, and warranted to be of the
very best quality. J stock consists
0id Monongahela Rye Whisky,
Pure Bourbon Whisky,
Apple Jack Whisky,
and cheap Whiskies of all kinds.
Jamaica Rum, :
New England Rum.
Ture Holland Gin,
Dark and Pale Cognac,
Domeatig, (all prices,)
Pure Port, Domestic,
The very best in the market.
The above liquors, with others not named, will
all be warranted as represented, and sold at pric-
es tha! cannot fail to made it au object for deal-
ers to purchase of him, iustead of going or send-
ing to the city. Farmers, Hotel-keepers and oth-
ors are requested to call and examine his stock,
before purchasing elsewhere.
All the Liquors which he offers for sale, have
been purchase! at the United States Custom
House, and consequently must be pure and good.
Physicians are particularly requested to give
hig liquors a trial. He has the only artcle of
Pure Port Wine Juice and Pure Brandies in this
[3 100 barrels of Jersey Cider-Vinegar just
received and for sale low,
Bellefonte, Aug. 29, 1862—1y.
Important lo the Public !
= ROYVWN de COOTER
OULD INFORM THE CITIZENS
of Bellefonte and vicinity, that they
av e just received and opened a :
NEW STOCK OF FRESH GOODS,
inthe Room formerly occupied by Mr. Stone, con-
sisting in part as follows;
Notiong, Clothing, Groceries, Queensware, Earth-
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and Caps, Hardware, Wooden and Willow |.
Ware, Fish, Salt, Paints, Glass, Putty, etc. ete.
And, in’fact, everything usually kept in a country
store, all of which they will sell at low prices
for CASH or PRODUCE, feeling satisfied that
thoy can offer supeyior inducements to cash buy-
BROWN & COOKE.
Beliefonte, May 8th, 1862—6m.
/4 DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. —
Letters of administration on the
Estate of Hetty Cummings, of the Borough of
Bellefonte, dec,d, having been granted to the uu-
dersigned, all pergons knowing themselves in-
debted to the said Estate, are requested to
make immediate payment and ‘those having
claims against the Estate are required to present
them, duly authenticated for settlement.
y Spliend a
7 BARGAINS! oF
MAWTDEF AC. ORY.
The subscriber begs leave to inform the world,
and the people of Centre County in particular,
that he still continues to carry on the Saddlery
business in all its various branches, at his sho
en the NorTH-EAST corner of ALLEGHANY and
BISHOP Streets; where can be found at all times
a foll supply of
&e., &o., &e.
nade of the very best material, and WARRANTED
to be put to-gather in the most substantial man-
ner. Prices to suit the times.
Call and examine yourselves gentlemen, and if
you are not satisfied, you need not areiue
; JERRY TOLEN,
Bellefonte, Sept. 10th 82. 1-y.
THE CHEAP CASH STORE OF
Messrs. Hoffer Brothers,
rae Subscribers have justreceived a new
and full supply of Spring and Summer
Goode, whieh, for variety, have never been equal
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 consists of a general assortmet on
Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware
ineluding a host ot other articles in their line,
among which can be found an extensive and varied
LDIES® DRESS 600DS,
such as »
Ducals, Persian Cloths, Debeiges, Coburgs,
Cashmeres, 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.
give assortment of Boots 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 merchandise. the 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 quplig of. goods, and. prices, they
hope to receive a reasonable share of patronage.
All in want of goods will please call and examir«
thair stock. . :
¥. B.—They will keep constantly on hand, EX
TRA FLOUR, which they will sell at the lowest
cash price ) :
[Z&° Country produce of all kinds taken in ex
change for gnods.
Dried Lumber and 8hingles constantly on
hand and for ssgle.
Bellefonte, March 28, 1861.—1y. :
Uncle Sam and Family,
Yankee Freedom is a lad.
And Union is hig sister ;
Uncle Sam he is their dad
And he'll give secesh a twister.
For they said Mrs. Sam she died—
We #lways called her virtue—
But you, Secesh, indeed have lied,
And now he’s going to birch you.
Yankee and his sister, too
Are bound on retribution ;
For our mother they said they knew
Died of a broken Constitution.
But Yankee Freedom will now show
Secesh to have been mistaken;
Though of necessity he’s their foe
Until they right again awaken,
Then Secesh the tune will find
Was turned ag short as this.
While turning to the Clothing Store sign,
Which we don’t want you to miss ! *
A. STERNBERG & CO.
nte, June 5th, 1862.
NiW PICTURE GALLERY.
7 TR. J. S. BARNUART, HAVING BuiLT
a new and splendid ;
SKY-LIGHT PICTURE GALLERY,
is now prepafed to execute all orders in the Am-
brotype, Photograph, Ferot ype, Maléneotype, or
any of the customary branches of the Heliograph-
ic Art. His Photographs will be of the LARGEST
SIZE ever taken in the interior of this State.—
Card Pictures, and almost an endless variety of
common and fancy cases, are offered at prices
which vary from
25 CENTS TO 25 DOLLARS !
Instructions given and appartus furnished upon
reasonable terms. This Gallery is located on the
hill beside the Court House, near Garman’s Ho-
May 22, ’62-1y.
espectfully informs the citizens of Belle-
fonte that he still continues to carry on the
in Brokerhoff’s Row, on Main street, where he it
prepared to make to order, all kinds of Clothing
in the neatest and most fashionable style.
He keeps on hand a general variety o
CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, AND VESTINGS,
"of the latest and most approved patterns.
Ready made Clothing of all kinds which he is
selling at reduced prices. .He feels thankful for
the very liberal support heretofore extended, and
hopes to merit a continuance of the same,
Bellefonte, Jan. 5th,1860,-1y.
TO THE LADIES,
Having just returned from Philadelphia
with a new and splendid assortment
of the latest styles and fashion, we feel prepard to
please all, both young and old, grave and gay, whe
may see proper to give us a call. Our stock con-
sists in part of
SILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
PLAIN AND FANCY TRIMMINGS,
and all other articles generally keptin a Milliner'
IZ We have procured the services of one
most experienced Milliners in the city. Store
Bishop street, next door to the old stand.
Bellefonte, May 3,61. MARY SOURBECK.
A good journey~-man painter and trim
mer. To one who thoroughly understands
both branches of the business, liberal wagesand
teady employment will be given, by,
5 y py Ss. EA. M’ YisTION.
Bellefonte August, ist. —t-£. .
TV ACKEREL AND’ HERRING JUST RE-
: ceived and for sale by
Tailering and Clothing business at his old stand |
BROWN & COOK.
A HEAVY IMPORTATION OF
FOR THE FIRM OF
BAXTRESSER & CRIST,
Who have just opened, in the Store Room on the
. W. corner of the Diamond, in Bellefonte, for-
merly occupied by Wilson Brothers, their large
and splendid assortment of Shelf Hardware, House
Trimmings of every description.
POCKET AND TABLE CUTTLERY
of every variety and price.
CROSS CUT, MILL AND CIRCULAR SAWS
: of the best manufacture.
RIFLES, PISTOLS, SHOT GUNS, AND LOCKS
of every description and the best quality.
MORTICE AND RIM LOCKS AND LATCHES
of different kinds.
CUPBOARD, CHEST BOX. AND TILL LOCKS,
and large and small PAD LOCKS.
HAND, BACK, GRAFTING AND PANNEL
SAWS, Broad, Hand and Chopping AXES.
BUTCHERS’ CLEAVERS AND CHOPPERS,
Drawing Knives, Hatchets,Chisels & Adzes.
HAY,MANURE AND SPADING FORKS,EDGE
TOOLS of every desirable variety.
A general assortment, and 50 per cent
lower than any place else.
CARRIAGEMAKERS TRIMMINGS, CARPEN
TERS’ TOOL» which cannot be surpassed
VICES, ANVILS, DRILLS, SCREW PLATES,
LE RASPS, PIPE SKEIN & WAGON
STEEL SPRINGS, IRON AXELTREES, BENT
FELLOWS, HAMES, &ec.
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS AND PUTTY, COAL
OIL AND LAMPS, VARNISH, FLUID.
OIL CLOTHS,PATENT LEATHER, ROPE AND
WIRE of every size in abundance.
And all other kinds of Goods usually kept
in a well regulated Hardware Store.
Their stock isan entirely new one, comprising
all the leading articles connected with the Hard-
ware trade, and their facilities for puichasing
goods not being excelled by any other establish-
ment, they here declare themselves able to sell
rom fifty to one hundred per cent. lower than any
other establishment in the country, and invite
farmers, Mechanics, and all others in need of
Hardware, to call and satisfy themselves of the
truth of the assertion.
July I8, 1860.
IN PURSUANCE OF THE 25th
Section, First Article.of the amended Constitu-
tion of the State of Pennsylvania, and the First
Section of the Act of the General Assembly, pass
ed the First day of June, 1839, the undersigned,
citizens of the Commoawealth of Pennsylvania,
hereby give notice that they intend to make ap-
plication to the Legislature of said State, at its
next session. commencing the first Tuesday of
January, 1863, for the charter of a Bank, to be
located in the borough of Bellefonte, in the coun-
ty of Centre. and State aforesaid, to be called the
+ BEELEFONTE BANK,” the capital stock there-
of to be One Hundred Thousand Dollars, with the
“privilege of increasing it to Two Hundred Thous-
and Dollars : and the specific object for which the
proposed Corporation is to be chartered is to trans-
act the usual and legitimate business of a Bank
of Issue, Discount. Deposit and Exchange.
H. BROCKERHOFF, C.T. ALEXANDER,
WM P. WILSON, JOHN IRVIN, Jr.,
ED. BLANCHARD, W.F.REYNOLDS,
D. G. BUSH. 0.M ELDER,.
D. M. WAGNER, MAY & LOEB,
GEO. W. JACKSON, W. A.THOMAS,
R. H. DUNCAN, HOFFER BROTHERS,
SAM. STROHECKER. M’COY, LINN & CO.,
A. R BARLOW, THOMPSON, LINN &CO,
"HARVEY MANN, DANIEL RHOADS,
F.P. HURXTHAL, GEO BOAL,
JOHN P. HARRIS, C. & J. CURTIN,
VALENTINES & CO.
Bellefonte, June 26, 1862,—tf.
HOWARD - ASSOCIATION.
For the Relief of the Sick and Distressed,
afflicted with virulent and Chronic Dis-
eases, and especially for the Cure of Dus-
eases of the Sexurl Organs.
EDICAL ADVICE given gratis by the
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrhoea or
Seminal Weakness, and other diseases of the Sex-
ual Organs. and on the NEW REMEDIES em-
ployed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted in
sealed lotter envelopes. free of charge. Two or
three Stamps for Dosis e will be acceptable Ad-
dress DR. J. SKILLON HOUGHTON, Actin
Surgeon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Nint
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
"June 12, 1862—1y.
JC OLLOCK'S IMPROVED DANDELION
COFFEE. - This p.eparation, made
| from the best Java Coffee, is strongly recommen-
ded by physicians as a superior NUTRITIOUS
BEVERAGE for General Debility, Dyspepsia,
and all Bilious disorders.
Thousands who have been reluctantly compelled
to abandon the use of Coffee, will find they can
use tnis combination without any of the injuriou «
effects they formerly experienced.
[25 One cau contains the strength of two pounds
of ordinary Coffee.
For sale by all Druggists and Grocers, and by
the Manufacturer, corner of BROAD and CHEST-
NUT Streets, and by JOS. B.BUSSIER & CO.,
108 and 110, S. WHARVES.
Price 25 eents. i
March 6th 1862—1y.:
(C!AME TO THE RESIDENCE OF THE
Subscriber, about a mile and a half below
| Bellefonte, on the Jacksonville road, on or about
'| the first day of June, a Red
Bull supposed to be
about two years old; no marks visible.
er is requested to come forward, prove property,
poy ‘charges and take him away, otherwise he will |
e disposed os as the law directs. :
Bept. 16 ‘62. 2t JAMES LOUDER.
THE SEAT OF WAR.|
| may favor him with their patronage.
The own. |.
(LATE THE FRANKLIN HOUSH,)
Opposite the Court House, Bellefnte, Pa.
DANIEL GARMAN, Proprietor.
THIS LONG ESTABLISHED AND wetrt-
known Hotel, situated onthe Southeast corner of
the Diamond, opposite the Court House, having
been purchased by the undersigned, he announe-
es to the former patrons of this establishment and
to the traveling puplie generally, that he intends
refitting it thoroughly, and is prepared to render
the most satisfactory acecomm dation to all who
will be spared on his part to add to the conveni-
‘ence or comfort of his gues:s. 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 cooks ; whiie HIS BAR will al-
ways contain : .
The Choicest of Liquors.
His Stabling is best in town, and will always be
attended by the most trustworthy and attentive
Give him acall, one and all, and he feels con-
fideut that all will be satisfied with their accom-
AN EXCELLENT LIVERY
isattached to this establishment, which strangers
from abroad will find greatly to their advantage.
Bellefonte, Jan. 9, 1862.
_ BELLEFONTE, PENN'A.
HY THE PLEASURE OF ANNOUNC-
ing to his friends and the public in gen-
ral that he has taken charge of this well known
otel, lately under the supervision of J. H. Morri-
on, and is fully prepared to accommodate the
raveling publi in a style and manner commensu-
vte with the progressive spirit of the times.
He is in possession of all the modern improve-
ments and conveniences, as to sleeping appart-
ments, and has supplied hislarder with the aheicest
the markets afford, and his Bar. with the purest
With the most extensivestabling accommodations
and attentive and skilful ostlers, together with as-
siduous attention to business, he feels justified in
soliciting a share of patronage and the support of
* Bellefonte, Oct. 8-’57-42-tf.
UB TON HOUSE, LOCKHAVEN, PA.
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 every 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
any other Hotel along the West Branch.
His Bar will contain the choicest liquors that ean
be purchased in the cfty market. .
Careful and attentive Ostlers will constantly be
on hand to take charge of horsesand see that they
are properly attended to.
Trusting that he may receive a portion of the
patronage of the traveling public, he hopes by
rlose attention to be able to rende r general satis
faction. ALFRED MANN,
June 6, ’61 tf Proprietor
Pleasant Gap Hotel
IS NOW KEPT BY THE UNDERSIGNED
where he will be bappy to wait on the traveling
public generally. >
June 5th, 1861—1y. JOHN H. MORRISON.
0 0 K S TORE
at his well known stand on che North-eastern eor-
ner of the public square, Bellefonte, keeps
stantly on hand a large assortment of
Algo, a large variety of
BLANK BOOKS AND STATIONERY
of the best qaulity
PORT FOLIOS, &c. &c.
Books brought to order'at a small advance
on tke city prices ;
une2f -tf.8 GEO LIVINGSTON.
Superior to any others in use, con-
structed in accordance with the LAW OF NA-
TURE; in aculiar form of a Conecavo-Con
vexh Ellipsis, admirably adapted to the organs o
Sig t and perfectly natural to the Eve; alto
gether the best artificial HELP TO THE BRU
MAN VISION ever invented. When there is
lameness it is natural to use a cane—why not ren-
der assistance to that valuable organ, the Eye,
whet fioeded 7 fost it i 5
} above for sale at city prices, by
* JERRY. J. WINGATE,
At the Dental Office East of Post Office.
P. S.—These spectacles can be obtained at no
other place in town.
Bellefonte, May 29, 1862—1y.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ;
" Th ® subscribers offer at private
sale,One Hundred Acres of as good limestcne
land as there is in Centre county, situate in Har-
ris township, Spring Creek running through the
game, ti ree miles trom the Farmers High School,
and seven miles from Bellefonte. The improve -
ments consist of a stone house, frame barn and
other outbuildings, adjoining lands of Griffith
Lytle, Elias Thomas, William Thompson Will m
Hoy, Jacob Houser and John Sweeny.
For particulars address Jos. Baker, Boalsturg,
Centre County, Pa. JOS BAKER,
Executors of George Coble, dec’d
May 29, 1862—6m. .
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
A fresh arrival of all kinds of new
goods, just received, which will be closed out at
vary low prices for cash or conntry produce.
BROWN & COOKE.
July. 10. 1862. ; sie
INE DRIED PEACHES FOR SALE
Tow by. BROWN & COOK.