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W. W. BROWN, I
A. B. HUTCHISON, f
Terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance.
Wednesday Morning, Jannary 6, i 869
To the Public.
In presenting the BELLEFONTE RE
PUBLICAN to the reading community
of Central Pennsylvania, there is noth
ing we can say that will afford any cri
terion of its future. It must speak
for itself It must win by merit, or
fail for the need of it. It comes to you
for this first time with no extravagant
promise, nor with any affected self-de
preciation. Look at, read and judge
it as it is, and let its future be decided
in like manner. We mean] to try to
make it an avenue of useful informa
tion, an advocate of genuinely liberal
views of men and of things, an ener
getic vindicator of true Republicanism.
We shall not !ag behind the column of
Freedom in its march to the great con
summation, which was seen by a vis
ion truly prophetic, when Jefferson laid
deep the broad foundation of civil lib
erty in the now almost fully realized
idea, a Government "deriving its just
powers from the consent of the gov
erned," and where all men should ' 4 be
held as "created equal."
The REPUBLICAN has no piques to
avenge, no quarrels to wage, no object
to gain, save those which become an
independent journal. We shall .ex
elude from it, to our best judgment,
all that would tend to offend good taste,
or destroy good morals. We shall-try
to enrich its columns with good litera
ture and usefullknowledge, to secure
early all items of news of local interest,
and so makeit :worth more: than its
cost to all our patrons. Doing this,
we know that success will attend it.—
Our Republican friends will find us an
earnest and unsleeping defender of our,
so gravely tried, and nobly vindicated,
political principles. We do not mean
to be merely partizan, or promise to
follow meekly in the path of party, or
leader, but so long as Republicanism
continues to mean freedom and an
equal chance for all, protection of labor
and security for life, liberty and proper
ty, the REPUBLICAN will sail on that
ship, and not fear to go aloft, or throw
out the banner, no matter .whence
comes, or what may be the storm.
Our democratic fellow citizens will
find us; we hope, a candid, open, fear
less and courteous foe. We shall fight
against their political principles, not
the men who honestly entertain them.
We shall attack, it may be abuse, cer
tainly denounce, but not defame, the
unscrupulous politicians who have,
with the banner stolen from a once
glorious political party, led so many of
our fellow citizens so nearly their coun
try's ruin, and their own ; teaching
them to apologize for, and then to sym
pathize with, the greatest of all crimes,
and the meanest of all criminals. If
we do not make our paper worth its .
.to our Democratic frien&, we
cannot expect their patronage, but a
fair trial at the outstart is certainly
what we may reasonably expect.
To our contemporaries in the coun
ty, district and State, we simply make
our self-introducing bow, and extend
our editorial hand, and await the re
spdnse we may happen to get.
W. W. BROWN,
A. B. HUTCHESON.
'We send out this week a copy of our
paper to a number of our friends and
acquaintances • who, its yet, have not
become subscribers, with the hope that
they will read it and subscribe for it.
If you do not wish to subscribe, you
need not return the paper to this office,
as we will not continue to send it more
than once or twice, unless you become
a subscriber, and notify us according
W 4) have been too busily engaged in
getting our office in order, and the ma
terial for the publication of our paper,
to visit the townships, and to call per
sonally upon our Republican friends.
We may do so hereafter; but we re
quest you not to wait for this.
With the paper we seed you a Pros
pectus upon which we hope you will
write your own name, and get the
names of as many of your neighbors,
as you can conveniently, and send them
to us without delay, and thus aid in
the support of our enterprise, and in
the dissemination of Republican prin
THE Watchman of last week, notic
ing a Southern literary Magazine, en
titled "The Land we Love," speaks of
its Editor, the rebel Gen. D. H. Hill,
as "the gallant North Carolina leader
"in the late war between the States,"
and'adds : "That he wields a pen as
" powerful as his sword was gallant."
Have any of the readers of the
Watchman ever seen that much in its
columns in praise of any of the gallant
Union Generals who did so much to
prevent a few States and Gen. Hill
from destroying the Government?
A war between the States is a new
idea, based, we suppose, upon Cal
houn's doctrine of States Rights. It
will not do, Mr. Meek. Gen, Grant.
and the gallant Boys in Blue, exploded
that idea. It was a war against the
Government, commenced by the South
ern "States" to perpetuate slavery, but
they failed. They were all Democrats,
U. S. Senator The election for
U. S. Senator will be held on the 19th
inst. The friends of the different can
didates are busily at work. We hope
An able Statesman, and a sound Pro
tective Tariff man may be elected.
Republicans, Shall it be so?
We clip the following from. the
Windmill, on Allegheny street; of the
Ist inst : "After the 6th Cen
" tre county will have six papers; and
"the Watchman will have a larger
" circulation than the other five com
bined." As our paper is included in
the above, we take the liberty of say
ing that we do not believe a word of it.
The other papers can speak for them
selves. One thing we do know, that
the BELLEFONTE MornnacAN has a
larger list of subscribers in our beauti
ful "city," than any other paper pub
lished in it, by at lest 70. Moreover,
we have reason to hope that before six
months, our list will be one-third lar
ger than the Watchman.
At the election, last October, there
were polled 3,417 Republican votes;
enough to have carried the county, had
it not been for Democratic pipe-laying,
and Wallace coffeepots.
Readers, think of it ! Three thous
and four hundred and seventeen Re
publican votes polled in this county,
and yet not more than 1,000 have been
subscribers to their county paper ! This
leaves over 2,400 Republicans in Cen
tre county who do not take, and have
not been taking, a County paper. This
is certainly not as it should be. Why
should the MEEK and lowly individual
of the Watchman boast that he has
the largest circulation in the county,
when it is an indisputable fact that
two-thirds of the business men, and
men of enterprise and intelligence in
the county, belong to the Republican
We submit this question to the
2;400 Republicans of Centre county,
above referred to, and respectfully re
quest you to send in your names as
subscribers to the BELLEFONTE RE-
PuBLIcAN without delay.
Do this, and exert yourselves in oth
er respects, as men should do, who are
engaged in a great work, in the cause
of LIBERTY, JUSTICE and the Rights
of man, and our word for it, that the
Watchman will cease its blowing, and
the whole race of Rebel sympathisers,
and sham Democrats, Court House
clique and all, will become extinct ;
a hissing and a by word in the county.
FREE BArno.---We agree with the
Editor of the Philad'a Press in the
statement that no scheme of financial
reconstruction can be perfect and per
manent that does not include a plan of
free banking; and Congress should un
derstand that the people favor such a
plan, not only for its intrinsic justice,
but because it will equalize the cur
rancy, open to competition the large
profits of banking, and prevent the ex
port of gold. It seems to us that with
this feature added to Senator Morton's
bill, that measure would be almost un
WE will commence, in a few weeks,
the publication of a history of the 49th
Penn' a Vol., prepared by A. B. Hutchi
son, one of the Editors of this paper,
assisted by some two or three of the
Regiment, Who have journals of the
events transpiring. As the regiment
served throughout the entire • war in
Virginia, it is expected that this his
tory of one regiment may be found to
be of general interest to all who shared
their service, and to the public gener
THE jury in the Hill murder case,
after being out 25 minutes, rendered a
verdict of murder in the first degree.
We presume the jury are right, as ju
ri F.PG are not apt to convict of murder
when there is the least doubt of guilt,
and we infer that Twitchell will be
hanged, as he ought to be, e., if
anybody ought to be hanged.
CoNTENEPTD3L - E--The balderdash and
low, despicable falsehoods in relation to
Senator Norton, Gen. Butler and Gov.
Brownlow, in the last number of the
Watchman. We wonder why Demo
crats, claiming to be decent men, con
tinue to patronize a paper so reckless
in its statements, so void of truth,
gentility and reason. The carpet bag
Assistant would do well, perhaps, to
remember that he is not writing for
Kentucky rebels or Ku-Klux flans.
If he is, all right. It is none of our
business. The election next fall, how
ever,. in this county, will show whether
the readers of the Watchman are Re
bels or Democrats.
The Carrier's New Year Address
of the Democratic Watchman takes
a rather lugubrious view of the affairs
of our common country, in an exten
sive effusion of what might be termed
poetry, by a slight carelessness of defi
nition; but winds up the theme with a
qualified and trembling hope that after
all there may he "a good time corn
ing." So there is, my boy; so there
is ! But not for Democracy.
General Sherman a Prophet
Five years ago, or at the end of De
cember, 1863, when the war was rag
ing in a discouraging manner, and the
prospects of its triumphant close were
anything but brilliant, General Sher
man made a memorable prophecy
about the part that General Grant
would be called upon to take in the
work of reconstruction, and in the re
storation of the country to peace and
prosperity, after the close of hostili
ties. To Gen. Grant these words were
written by Gen. Sherman :
" Your reputation as a General is
now far above that of any man living,
and partizans will manoeuvre for your
influence; but, if you can escape theta,
as you have hitherto done, you will
be more powerful for good than it is
possible to measure. You said that
you were surprised at my assertion on
this point, but I repeat that, from
what I have seen and heard here, I
am more and more convinced of the
truth of what I told you. Do as you
have heretofore dcne; preserve a plain
military character, and let others ma
nceuvre as they will, you will beat
them, not only in fame, but in doing
good in the closing scenes of this war,
when somebody must heal and mend
up the breaches made by war."
—ln Kentucky, fashionable ladies
indulge in fox hunting.
—ln town—A few specimens of the
" Grecian Bend."
—The Ku Klux are still making
trouble in Arkansas.
—The Mormonspropose to culti
vate oysters in Salt Lake.
—Hudson, N. Y., has produced a
hog of 1500 pound weight.
—lt is said to be thought dishonor
able, in England, to lecture for pay.
—An Arizona farmer wants to sell
a small farm of 1,500,000 acres.
—The Dulles de Morny's jewels
were recently sold in Paris, for $llO,-
000 in gold.
—An ox weighing 4,000 pounds is
to be served up at Cren. Grant's in
auguration dinner at Washington.
—Dr. Johnson used to say "He
who waits to do a great deal of good
at once will never do any."
—The King of Sweden has announc
ed that hereafter no capital execution
shall take place in his kingdom.
—Nearly fourteen million dollars in
gold - have been derived, within one
year, from the sale of ecclesiastical
property in Italy.
—Senator Drake has written a It
ter to a member of the Missouri Leg
islature, opposing universal amnesty
and universal suffrage in that State,
and favoring negro suffrage only.
—The people were very quiet and
genteel on Christmas day, in town;
but towards evening whiskey became
very noisy. It was the regular "tan
—An individual out west, thinks
that the late Baron Rothchild must
have been whiskey inspector in a
"good district," to have made so
—A West Virginian whipped his
wife recently, for unexampled extrav
agance in eating both butter and mo
lasses on her bread.
—Why isithe Bellefonte REPUBLI
-OAN like General Grant
Because it is the favorite of the
Christmas and New Years day
have come and gone, but the Belle
fonte REPUBLICAN has come, and
come to stay.
--In Connecticut. a somnambulist
recently went to the wharf, while
asleep, and fished for an hour, but
didn't get a bite.
--A car is building in California for
the first through trip to NewYorkover
the Union Pacific Railroad. The fin
ish is to be of California laurel.
—A contemporary says, that one of
the most formidable "rings" at Wash
ington this session, is the "Indian
—A Canadian clergyman took din
ner with Henry Ward Beecher, and
says he rose from the table in a sort
of bewildering maze, unable to decide
whether he had been taking a meal,
or hearing a facinating lecture.
—Republicans of Centre, if you de
sire the redemption of the county
from the rule of the sham Democracy
and the Court House clique, see to it
that you circulate the Bellefonte RE
PUBLICAN. Put a paper into the hands
of every man who will read it, and the
work is done.
—Rev. John J. Pearce, formerly a
member of tjongress from this Dis-
trict, is now in Surry county, Virgin
ia. He, and others, intend building ,
a town and starting a Railroad on sev
eral thousand acres of land they have
purchased. We hope Mr. Pearce will
make a good thing of it.
—A Texas woman married the mur
derer of her husband three days after
the deed was done', and now, by his
punishment, she is likely to be again
a widow in a few weeks. It matters
but little to her. She will soon find
another. Democrats are plenty in
Texas. So are murders.
• —The Alabama Legislature has
passed a law outlawing and subject
ing to the penalty of death at anybody's
hands any person found abroad in a
mask or disguise. This is right. It is
the only way to deal with. the Ku
Klux. The sooner they are all hung
the better for the South and the whole
—ln Lynn, Massachusetts, 600 ope
ratives have been thrown out of em
ployment for the winter by fire. They
will have an opportunity of testing the
value of the Mutual Benefit societies,
of which all the workers in that place
are said tct be members.
—Right.- Gen. Grant is understood
to take the ground that all provisional
offices in the Southern States, held by
men disqualified under the fourteenth
article, must be vacated. Let the poli
cy be rigidly followed.
Pa. Legislature This body met in
Harrisburg yesterday. Our latest ad
vices on going to press indicate the
election of Mr. Clark, of Philadelphia,
to the Speakership.
—Pollard, shot recently at Rich
mond, was a carpet-bag editor at Leav
enworth during the Kansas troubles.
Speaking of carpet-bags reminds us
of the "carpet-bag" assistant of the
Watchman. How are you; "carpet
bagger?" It is well enough to give the
readers of the Watchman a little Ken
tucky Democracy. They disregarded
the teachings of Jefferson, long_ since.
They must have strong stow qs hs, how
ever, to stand your doses.
The Democrats, since the election,
reminds us of the Johnny rebs,at Ap
pomattox Court House, after the sur
render to Grant. They look straight
down their noses, feel kind-of-all-over
ish, and can't help it. Serves them
right, we say. They have no business
to be rebels, or act with rebels.
—Two members of the Convention
who remodeled the Constitution of
Pennsylvania ' in 1838, refused to sign
the document because the word "white"
was inserted in it. These were THAD -
DEUS STEVENS of Adams county, and
Wm. P. MACLAY of Mifflin county.
—On Saturday last, in Virginia,
there was held a convention of leading
Virginia conservatives, or Democrats,
and in view of the expression of pub
lic opinion in the late election, declared
in favor of universal suffrage and uni
versal amnesty. Watchman, what of
—The Reporter, at Centre Hall,
advocates the adoption, in this coun
ty, by the Democratic party, of the
Crawford. or Clearfield System.—
Fred. sees that there is no hope for
Pennsvalley unless they canup trip
the Court House clique. They have
it all their own way. Fred., your
counsel does not weigh a feather in
their estimation. "What use is the
Pennsvalley Democrats to the clique;
only to vote them into office. Why
can't you See more ?
Popular Vote for President.
State. Grant. Seymour.
Alabama 76366 72086
Arkansas [estimated] 30000 27000
California 54582 54078
Connecticut 50441 47600
Delaware 923 10080
Florida [Electors chosen by
Mississippi [no vote]
South Carolina -
Texas [no vote.].
Virginia [no vote.]
... 96226 84000
. 10900 11000
. 62801 45231
Total 3,021,400 2,716,606
Grant's maj., 304,794. Lincoln's maj' in
'64, was 411,281.
Had three unreconstructed States
voted, and had not the States
of New York, New Jersey, Georgia
and Louisiana been carried for Sey
mour by gigantic frauds' Gen. Grant's
popular majority must have exceeded
THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY,
Died November 3d, 1868.
In the early years of the Republic
It was the Representative -of Democratic
The Advdcate of Popular Progress,
The Friend of Freedom,
The Exponent of Constitutional Law,
THE GREAT DEFENDER
PERPETUAL, SACRED AND INVIOLATE,
between the American People.
THOMAS JErrEnsozr, •
The Apostle of the Democratic Faith,
Wrote the Immortal Doctrines of its Early
The Dee:araticn of Independence,
in the affirmation
All men are Created Equal, and are endowed
by their Creator
With certain Inalienable Rights,
Among which are Life, Liberty, and the
Pursuit of Happiness,
Reaffirmed it in the Prophetic Warning :
" I tremble for my Country when I reniem-
ber that God is Just."
In its maturer years,
Flushed with the long possession•of Power,
Becoming Corrupt with the Patronage of
Forsook its Principles,
Breathed the infected atmosphereof Treason,
Inscribed "Slavery" as the legend•npon its
Pledged itself to Fasten the Fetters on. the
Limbs of the slave,
And to Plant the System
On soil forever consecrated to Freedoin.
It appealed to the lowest Prejudices of 'the
Mass s against the Negro,
It denied law to a man because he was Black
And honored Crime,
If perpetrated in-the name - of Democracy by
It Lost the Confidence of the People,
and then sought.
By Secret Organizations and wide-spread
DESTRUCTION OF THE REPUBLIC,
THE OVERTHROW OF DEMOCRATIC GOVERN
THE ERECTION OY AN ARISTOCRACY IN THE
In which African Slavery should be the Cor-
During four years War
To Vindicate the Majesty of Law and the
Principles of Constitutional Govern
SYMPATHIZED WITH TREASON;
Pronounced the War a Crime and a Failure;
Attempted, by Disorders, Bloodshed and
Violence, to Provoke civil War in the
Loyal States, and •
PLEADED FOR PEACE ON TEE BASIS OP DIS-
On the Restoration of Peace,
Won by the Heroism and Sacrifices of our,
Defenders, the Party
Appealed to the Judgment of the People, and
CONDEMNED TO DIE
By the Voice of the Loyal Milliner) throirgh
tho Ballot Box.
LIVINGSTON'S BOOK STORE.
(ESTABLISHED IN 1845.)
At this well known Establishment may be
found everything in the " BOOK LINE,"
or LITERARY. An Extensive assortment
of family Bibles, with or without Photo
graphic Plates, ranging in price from $3,75,
to $25. ALSO, all the Day and Sundry
School Books in general use. Blank Books,
Legal Blanks, and all kinds of Stationery,
&e. Prompt attention given to orders. A
liberal discount made to those who buy to
sell again. GEO. LIVINGSTON.
ja6'f9.ly.] Bellefonte, Pa.
B OOT Jr. SHOE MANUFACTORY.
The undersigned respectfully informtilie
citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, that he
has establishtul a first class
BO OT AND SHOE MANIIPAOTORT,
next door to Morgan's Meat Market, on the
northwest side of the diamond, where he
will be pleased at all times to wait upon
customers. He being an
customers can rest assured that no pains
will be spared to render complete satisfac
tion. Gentlemen, ladies, misses and youth
can be accommodated with the best
manufactured from the host stock, and in
the latest styles. Repairing of all kinds
jaB'69.ly. PETER. MoNAHON.
piso , s CURE FOR CONSUMPTION
That the Science of Medicine has reached
a period of its history, when it may he said
that CONSUMPTION can be cured, is a
most gratifying,although unlooked-for event.
PISO'S CURE FOR CONSUMTION,
is a justly celebrated medicine.- It is pre
pared by Hazelton A Co., Warren, Pa.
It is for Bale Wholesale and Retail.
HIRAM. LUCAS rt. BRO,
Howardville, Centre Co., Pa.
Agents for Centre county.
ANOTHER NEW STORE
EMIL JOSE OH & CO., ALLEGHENY ST,
CFMAP NEW YORE STORE.
SEE HOW CHEAP WE CAN SELL,
all of which we warrant, and at city prices.
constantly on hand, and all work warranted.
A liberal discount to the trade. Givo us
a call. ja6'69.ly.
$lOOO REWARD " '
ZIMMERMAN BRO'S. & CO.,
OFFER the above reward for the apprehen
sion and conviction of the
man who Bays
"IT 1S A .HUMBUG"
DOLLAR SAVED IN BUYING GOODS
WE have the evidence each day of numbers
who purchase of us after having ex
amined other stc ohs, that the
is not a humbug, but a
ARE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES
than any other in the State. We cannot
ENU.MMER ATE ARTICLES,
as it would require
this entire page to do so. Suffice
it to say that we supply anything you want,
We respectfully request you all to call and
A FAIR TEST IS ALL WE ASK
GEO. D. PIFER'S •
DRY GOOD AND GROCERY STORE,
No. 6, BROIL - HIMONT'S Row,
NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE,
Is the place for bargains in the way of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hata and Caps, Queens and
Cedar Ware, Groceries,
CANNED AND DRIED_ FRUITS,
ALSO, NOTIONS, ec.,
Everything in his line is sold at very Low
POLITE AND ATTENTIVE CLERKS,
are always in attendance
to wait on his numerous customers. The
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
poid for all kinds of marketing and produce.
Cash paid for
ALL 'ORBS OF GRAM:
Goods delivered with pleasure. No trouble
to show goods. Give him a call before pur
chasing elsewhere. [ja6'69.y.
AN IMPORTANT QUESTION !
LET THE PEOPLE OF CENTRE COHN-
Why will you £nffer yourselves to be openly
by unprincipled dealers, when you can buy
your Dry and Fancy Goods, Boots and
Shoes, Clothing, Groceries, (to.,
and no danger of being
by going direct to the old Establised stand
of LOEB, MAY da LOEB.
WE ere determined not to be exdelled in
selling Goods of the very beet quality and
at the most reasonable rates.
LOEB, MAY LOEB.
IT matters not what you wish to purchase
BOOTS & SHOES,
or anything usually kept in Fisrt Class
Stores, you can be supplied by
LOEB, MAY & LOEB.
SKIRTS—Hoop Skits, Balmoral Skirts,
for sale oheap by LOEB, MAY it LOEB.
THE highest CASH PRICE paid for
Wheat, Corn and (*rain of all kinds by
jan.6'69ly LOEB & LOBE.
b: II HYN:II In Di tilli 03 DM I NO IL.
COME ONE ! COME ALL ! !
FOR LADIES L 4 GENTS, •
FOR LADIES dc GENTS,
A FIRST CLASS WATCH MAKER
(No. 2, Blisn's ARCADE,)
IS BETTER THAN A
DOLLAR WORKED FOR.
and that our Goods
F‘ 7- ITWarrrr7l
to all, as to LOW PRICES and
QUALITY OF GOODS,
ZIMMERMAN, BRO'S. & CO
TY CONSIDER !
ll►k i DiM4 In Dll4ll4lNulDikliq
HARDWARE HARDWARE !
NO. 5, BRORgRHOFF'S ROW
J. dc J. HARRIS—THE PLACE TO BUY
The subscribers would respectfully inform
the community that they have opened a
STOCK OF HARDWARE
comprising all varieties of goods in tha
line which they
WILL SELL AT TILE LOWEST PRICE
Their stock consists of all sorts of building
hardware table and pocket cutlery,
carpenters', mason's, plasterer's and
blacksmith's tools, and mate
rials, nails, iron, horse
shoes, and horse-shoe
FORKS, CHAINS, SHOVELS, AXES,
GRIND-STONES, etc., etc
Housekeeper's goods, saddlery, carriage
trimmings, etc., etc., with all
sorts and sizes of
GOAL OIL LAMPS,
and the different parts thereof, together
with a complete assortment of tho'best
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, &c
BY STRICT ATTENTION TO BUSINESS
and a constant care for the
ACCOMMODATION OF CUSTOMERS
to merit and receive a
SHARE OF THE PUBLIC PATRONAGE
BUILDERS AND OTHERS
will find it to their advantage to call and
EXAMINE THEIR STOCK
J. & J. HARRIS,
No. 5, Brokerhoff's Row
NEW GOODS AND NEW PRI
HIGH RATES RUBBED OUT!
GOODS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICES
HOFFIsR & BRO'S
Would respectfully inform their old friends,
that they are daily receiving a large
STOOK OF GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
which they are offering at the very lowa
Consisting of the latest styles of FIGURED
AND PLAIN ALPACAS, Figured and plain all
Shepherd Plaids, Black Silks, Summer
Silks Irish Poplins, White Goods
White Counterpanes, Linen and Cot
ton Sheetings, Checks, Ginghams,
Bedticks, Flannels, &c., the., &c.
Shepherd Plaid Balmorals, Black
Cloth, Cassimeres, Velvetine, Cordn-
roy, Kentucky Jeans, Drills, Ladies
Cloaking, Plain Colors, Middlesex Cloths,
AND PLAIDS OF VARIOUS COLORS
A full line of Cloths, Cassimeres, Bati
netts, and Vesting, all kinds and prices,
which will be sold cheap. We have con
stantly on hand a large and well selected
stock of all kinds of
Whioh we will dispose of at the very
lowest cash prices.
All kinds of country produce taken in ex
change for goods, and the hikeet marke
FRIENDS AWAKE TO YOUR INTER
For we feel satisfied that we can suit your
TASTES 88 well as your PURSES.
WOOD & COAL BURNT LIME
Fresh burnt Lime always on hand and for
sale at the lowest market price, at the
SUNNY-SIDE LIME KILNS
on the Railroad near Bellefonte. We have
no fear of successful contradiction
when we say that we have the
BEST LIME IN TEE STATE.
It is free from core, and our kilns are so
constructed that all the ashes are sep
arated from the burnt lime be
fore it leaves the kiln. It is a
PURE SNOW-WHITE LIME !
And makes as fine a finish as the lime
burnt from the marble quarries in
the eastern part of the State.
Oar facilities for burning
and shipping lime are
WE CAN FURNISH IT CHEAPER
than the same quality of lime can be had a ,
any other place. All orders promptly filled
Address, J. R. dc C. T. ALEXANDER.
ja6'69.lv. Bellefonte, Pa.
NO. 7, BROCKEHOPF'S. ROW
The undersigned takes pleasure in inform
ing the citizens of Centre county and the
public generally, that he is just opening a
SPLENDID AND RICH ASSORTM ENT
OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Which he is prepared to make to order in
the latest and most fashionable styles, for
men or boys. Goods sold by the piece or by
the yard. Ho also keeps on hand a full
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
of every style and description.
He is also agent for the celebrated
SINGER SEWING MACHINE
ja619.1y JOHN MONTGOMERY
ATTENTION ! REFLECT! !
Before ordering your
BOOTS OR SHOES
The only exclusive Boot and Shoe Manu
facturing shop in Bellefonte.
I would respectfully invite your consider
ation to the gtncral satisfaction which in
every case follows my work. Prices reason
able, and neat fits guaranteed.
ja6'69.ly.] Allegheny St., Bellefonte.
HE highest market price paid for all
kinds of country produce, at
BURRO= a THOMAS'.
T HE ANVIL HARDWARE STORE
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Their Stock of Shelf Goode is complete, em
bracing a full-variety of Every Class,
In Heavy Goode the same va
riety is kept up, embrac
ing, in part,
' Blister and Drilling,
Horse Shoes and
Horse Shoe Nails,
Anvils and Vices,
different makes and prices,
Stoves—Cook, Parlor Gas-Burners, and Cyl
inders, four makes and kinds.
Axelsand Skeins, all sizes,
WOOD WORK, all kinds, for
GRINDSTONES, all sizes,
and Kitchen do.,
Platform Scales, from
100 to 1,000 pounds,
Counter Scales and Balances,
Oils, Paints and Varnishes,
of all kinds,
MANILLA ROPE, all sizes,
Call and see their Stock before making
your purbhase. -
Are always pleased to show our goods.
READ AND PROFIT !
THE CHEAPEST STOVES
MOST SUBSTANTIAL TIIN-WARBT
WETZLER & TWITMIRE'S.
The proprietors, determined not to be out
done by anyone in their lino of business,
have opened up at
one of the most complete, and Cheapest,
STOVE, TIN-WARE ESTABLISHMENTS
In Central Pennsylvania, They have on
hand, and acting agents for all of the latest
improved, Stoves of every discription.
BED ROOM STOVES,
OF EVERY PATTERN.
OF EVERY DISCRIPTION.
ROOFING AND SPOUTING,
and all kinds of work done on the shortest
notice, and Guaranteed to give satisfaction.
`GIVE THEM A CALL. - Ift„
NEAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT.
We are happy to inform the people of
Centre and tho adjoining counties, that
we are now prepared to make House
Castings; such as Sash Weights,
Cellar window Grates, &c., of all '
sizes. Grist and Saw Mill Cast
ings, Sled Soles of all kinds,
Plows, Plow Shares. We
also manufacture the
IMPROVED W OM . Z PLOW.
Also EGa STOVES, Stove
Castings, Oven Doors and
Frames, Coal Grates for Pave
ments, Water Pipes, Wagon Box
es, together with every variety of
Casting kept constantly on hand, or
made to order. All orders filled prompt
ly. Gi fe us a call. Don't forget the
place, near the Railroad Depot, Bellefonte
jaB'69.ly. BAYARD, JINKINS et CO
FURNITURE WARE ROOM.
VHERE B UREA US,
of every description, quality and price, for
sale cheaper than at other estab
lishment of the kind in
Ready made Coffins, of all sizes and prices
kept constantly on hand. Also Cof
fins manufactured to order.
ja6'B9.ly. H. P. HARRIS.
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IRVIN & WILSON
SIGN OF THE
North-west Corner of the Diamond,
is the place to get
HARDWARE of every DESCRIPTION
of all sizes and shapes
for Dwellings Houses and Churches,
for Cisterns and Wells.
WOODEN WATER PIPES,
of any Bore and Length
to be had at
Howard Street, Bellefonte, Pa
BUILDERS LOOK El !
The subscribers having leased the
MILESBIJRG PLANING MILLS,
and added largely to its facilities for turn
ing out first class worl., are now prepared to
and manufactured lumber of
LOWEST CASE PRICES,
All manner of work, such as Scroll Saw
ing, Mouldings, Brackets, „to., made after
any _ _
on the shortest possible notice,
Connected with tho mill, and in operation
at all times, is one of the latest improved
COKE LITYING KILNS,
whieh loaves tho lumber in a perfectly
healthy state, assists hi preserving it, and: n
fact adds to its lasting qualities, nhile oth
er methods of drying detoriorato, and ren
ders it more liable
TO DECAY AND WASTE
Lumber dried in a Coke kiln will not
shrink, it is dried perfectly and when work
ed and put up, will not
SHRIVIL AND SHRINK,
thus giving buildings the appearance of
having been erected out of Green Material
We know that our facilities give us every
advantages over other
PLANING MILLS IN THIS SECTION
and we feel perfectly free in saying, that all
WORK WILL BE GUARANTEED,
A SUPERIOR QUALITY•
We will furnish anything in our line from
a door panel, to a
and at such prices, as Cannot but prove to
be an inducement to
THOSE DESIRING TO lIOILD
All orders promptly filled and a• fair
share of public patronage, respectfully so
MOORE te WOLFE,
[Successors of H. Levi.]
ja6119-Iy. MILESBURG, PA
GREEN'S DRUG STORE.
Room No. 3, Brokerhoff's Row.—
The undersigned respeetfallyannounees that
he has removed his well known
DRUG CHEMICAL STORE
to the new room (No. 3) under Brokerhers
hotel, which he has fitted up for that pur
pose and having largely increased his stock
isnow prepared to furnish his customers
PURE WINES k LIQUORS
for medicinal use, DYE STUFFS, with al
most every article to be found in an es
tablishment of this kind, such as
Horse and Cattle Powder, Ceal
Oil, Alcohol, Linseed
Sponges. Also the
best collection of
PERFUMERY AND TOILET SOAPS
ever brought to this place. Tobacco and
cigars of the most approved brands, con
stantly on hand. He would call the atten
tion of the public to his stook of notions,
consisting of- .
Hair, Tooth, Nail, Flesh and Paint Brnshe
Cutlery, Pipes, Drinking Cups, Chess
and Backgammon boards, Chess
Men Dominoes, &c.
Also, a large variety of
TOYS FOR CHILDREN.
Particular attention given to preparing
PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS and
Having had more than twelve years ex
perience in the business, he feels confident
he can render satisfaction to all who favor
him with their patronage.
FRANK P. GREEN, Druggist,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON STORE
TIN-WARE ESTABLISHMENT IN
The undersigned hereby desires to call the
attention of his many patrons, and
tho entire people of Centre
Co., thit he man
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
Cheaper and on a larger scale than ever.—
He keeps constantly for sale,
Tin Buckets, Wash Boilers,
Coffee Boilers, Fruit Cans,
Dish Pans, Lard Cans,
Wash Basins, Coal Oil Cans,
Stove-pipe of the beat Rus
sia, and other iron,
constantly on hand.
Particular attention paid to
R 0 OPLATG AND SPOUTING
All work warranted. Give us a call.
WM. S. WOLF,
MI S. WILSON'S DRUG- STORE
Southwest Corner of High and Alle
gheny Streets, Bellefonte, Pa.
(No. 1: BROICERROFF'S Row.)
The subscriber respectfully announces to
his numerous acquaintances and the put lie
in general that he nas removed his
DRUG & MEDICINE STORE, ~
to the corner room of Brokerhoff's new
building on tho Diamond, where he nas
constantly on hand, a large stock of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DYE
STUFFS, GLASS, INSTRU
Linseed Oil, Coal Oil, Lamps, Chimneys'`
Brushes, Hair Oil, Extracts, Toilet
Segars, &c., &o.
Also a variety of fancy articles too nu
merous to mention, which he offers at low
rates, and warrants the qualities of the anti •
ties as represented. Purchasers will please
remember this, and examine the qualities
and prices of his goods before purchasing
Oir. Physicians' Prescriptions and Fam
ily Receipes carefully compounded at all
hours of the day or night, by calling at his
store opposite Reynolds' Bank.
The most celebrated and popular
are kept constantly on band and for sale,
F• S. WILSON.