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Wednesday Morning, January 6, 1869.
LO CALS---TOWN ISE_COUNT Y:
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-AS our adver
tisements are all new, we do not deem it.
necessary to refer to each in a separate die
tin 2t notice.
Look over the following list of names
and you will discover that the names of
ncarly all the business men of the town aro
there. We would recommend to farmers
and others who are in need of Dry Goods,
Groceries, &c., &c., that they consult our
advertising columns before purchasing. The
men who advertise with us are all reliable
and responsible, and will do what they prom
We will not insert any cateh-penny ad
vertisements or advertisements of doubtful
or irresponsible men, if wo know it.
Irwin & Wilson, Hardware, &c.
J. & J. Harris,
Capt. M. Runkle, Groceries, &c.
Burnside & Thomas, " Boots. Shoes, &c.
Zimmerman, Bro's., Dry Goods. Sr
G. D. Pifer, a a
Fairer & CO., " "
Keller & Musser, " "
Howell, Gilliland & Co" "
Lceb, May & Lceb, " "
J. W. Cook,
Hoffer & Bro,
Emil Joseph & Co., "
Frank S. Wilson, Drug Store,
Frank Green, " a
Graham & Son, Boot & Shoe Store.
P. McCaffrey & Co., " tt or
John Powers, Boot Manufactory.
Peter McMahon, .' "
Geo. Livingston, Book Store.
Jacob D. Miller, .f "
John Montgomery, Fashionable Tailor, &c.
H. P. Harris,
Blanchard k Co., Bellefonte Planing Mill.
Moore & Wolf, Milesburg " "
Wm. Wolf, Tin-ware, Spouting, &c.
Bayard, Jenkins & Co., Foundry.
Dr. Wingate, Dentist.
Hiram Lucas & Bro. Agents.
3. R. & C. T. Alexander, Lime.
Wm. Shortlidge, a
E. & E. M. Blanchard, Professioal Card.
McAllister & Beaver, ft ft
Linn & Furst, a a
Orvis & Alexander, a "
Wilson & Hutchison, It 41
Jas. H. Rankin, " "
J. G. Love, ft ft
W. W. Brown, ft tf
First National Bank, Business "
Robert McKnight, Residence for Sale.
Jesse Morgan, Meat Market,
B. V. Black, ft ft
Joseph A. Rankin,lnsurance Agent.
Uriah Stover, Auctioneer.
Isaac Haupt, Special Notice.
Dr. Rothrock, " "
Daniel Garman Hotel,
Wetsler & Twitmire, Tin-ware Spouting &c.
The Pittsburg and Philadelphia pa
pers, we notice, announce that the Belle
fonte Glass Works have suspended ope
rations. This was only true during Holi
days. The works are now in full blast
under the management of our friends,
Jacob V. and Isaac Thomas, who have
leased the same, and will run them with
energy, and we doubt not, with success.
WE desire to secure the services of
some correspondent in each locality in
the county to send us, promptly, reports
of matters of local interest transpiring,
such as accidents, deaths, sales of Real
Estate, public meetings, crimes, etc., etc.,
all to be used at our discretion in our lo
We also invite contributions from all
who choose to try their hands at writing
for the public, promising only to print
what suits us. All such must be accom
panied by real names, not for publica
tion, but for our own security against
imposition. We will not return rejected
manuscripts, but keep them till called
A SPLENDID ENTERTAINMENT:—The
• Young Zouaves," twelve boys, of ages
ranging from five to fourteen years, will
entertain our citizens at Bush's Hall, on
Thursday and Friday evenings of this
week. These boys are orphans', of sol
diers who fell in their country's defence.
They are pupils of the New York Volun
teer Institute, where they left one hun
dred and twenty-five companions. Hav
ing no A. G. Cuanza' in New York, their
schoOl !has been dependant on private
contributions, and now these boys, with
their patron, Col. Young, are giving ex
hibitions of military drills, music, songs,
&c., to help keep up their institution.—
If there was no other reason this alone
should fill their house with our citizens.
But the entertainment itself will repay
amply, all who patronize it. Gentlemen
who have seen these little boys exhibit,
all agree, that for novelty, excellence and
genuine amusement, it excels anything
yet offered to our amusement-loving peo
ple. We hope all our people, as we know
all our soldiers, will attend, Tickets, 35
cents. Reserved seats 50. Children 20.
Tickets sold at Book and Drug stores,
and at the door. .
THE Pooa.—As the winter is already
at our doors, and fireless hearths and
empty pantries must follow a scarcity of
out-door labor, we should not forget, in
the midst of our abundance, the wants of
the suffering poor. There are families
in our town who require looking after,
and those who have been blessed 'with
abundance of this world's goods, should
open their hearts and their purse strings
to the wants and necessities of others.—
The rich can afford to be liberal when
called upon for the exercise of Christian
charity and benevolence, and no stronger
appeal to their sympathies could be pre
sented than an army of helpless women
and children suffering the pangs of hun
ger and want . . If there are any such at
present in our midst, let them be proper
ly cared for. The Almighty has lavish
ed His blessings upon our county during
the year that is passed. Our fields have
been crowned with plenty, and our gar
ners are overflowing with the fruits of
harvest. Give to the needy and let the
poor be provided for. It is a Christian
duty, to say nothing of that claim of
sympathy which links'us together in a
EAGLEVILLE.—We were in Eagleville
a few weeks ago, and whilst we were
pleased to see so many evidences of pros-
perity, there was nothing that spoke so
emphatically in favor of the intelligence
of the people as the magnificent school
house, erected there last summer. It is
an ornament to the town—an honor to
the people, and a source of comfort to
their excellent teacher, Rev. Ridge, and
his little bright-eyed pupils.
FOUND- A large store key, which the
owner can have by calling at this office
and paying for this notice.
ELECTION RETURNS.—We have been
asked so frequently, since the election,
What is the majority in the county? In
the State' What is the popular vote for
Grant? that we concluded to publish
the returns in our first number. We
present them, therefore, correct, and in
full. We want them ourselves for future
reference, and we feel confident our read
ers will be pleased to see them.
BE CIIARITABLE.—We clip the follow
ing beautiful lines from an exchange.
We know not the author; but we do know
that they will commend themselves to our
readers SO full of poetry, truth and good
sense. "Judge not," says the inspired
writer, "that ye be not Judged." "First
take the beam out of thine own eye, that
you may see clearly to take the mote out
of thy brother's eye," is also the Divine
injunction. How prone we are to forget
or overlook our own faults, while it ap
parently affords us pleasure to indulge
in heartless and bitter abuse of some poor,
erring brother or sister. Let us all, with
the beginning of the new year, resolve to
lead a new and a better life—to be more
charitable—to kindly help the fallen, "to
regain the pathway lost." In a word,
let us strive to assist and save our erring
brother, rather than drive him further
from right and duty ,by our slander
ous tongues, and heartless taunts and
Do not rashly judge thy Brother
If ,he stumble in the way,
Life's beset with sore temptation,
He has fallen—and we may.
Let ns rather kindly help hint
To regain the pathway lost;
Gentle words are never wasted,
Freely give—they little cost.
Take good heed unto thy footstep;
Round thy walks lurk many a snare—
If like him thou nhouldst be tempted,
Oh, j my brother, watch, beware !
For we grope our way so blindly
Through the darksome shades of life;
And the best wfll err so often
'Mid its tumult, toil and strife—
That I think it ill becomes us
Thus to judge our brother's ease;
Let us wait until we've triumphed,
Standing in the self-same place.
Charity hideth a multitude of sins", So
says good Book.
Pons..—During the later part of No-,
vember, pork, in Centre county was a
dreg, although the price was ten vent
per pound. The only reason for this
was that the farmers commenced killing
too soon. In the early part of Decem
ber, when the cold weather commenced,
lumbermen and other buyers, be
gan to come into the county from the
neighboring counties of 'Union and
Schyulkill, and it was but a short time
until the entire stook was bought up, and
many of our own citizens were compell
ed to look elsewhere for their supply.—
There is no reason why this should be
so in a county, like Centre, which has a
reputation for agricultural products not
excelled by any other county in the Sta te
Farmers should take into consideration
hat our home consumption is equal
to all the pork that can be raised.—
It is now selling at twelve and a half ate.
per pound, which is equal to bacon at
wenty-five cents per pound, which has
always been considered a most extrava
gant price. This price, of course, is much
higher than that paidlfor Western pork;
but the reason is, that consumers prefer
our home-raised and corn-fed pork, even
if they should pay three or four cents a
pound more for it. This is certainly an
inducement for the farmers to raise a full
stock, and not have it said said that we
must depend on other sections of the
country to supply us.
FATAL RAILROAD ACCIDENT.—We learn,
with deep regret, that JAB. A. PATTEN, 0
Howard Township, late of Harrisl
was killed on the P..& E. R. R. a few
miles above Lock Haven, on the Ist inst.
at about noon. He was employed as
brakeman, o n the Empire Freight Train
It is said his train, coming east, was
stopped by snow and he was sent for
ward to signal the mail train going west.
He stopped and then got onboard of it to
go forward tv his own, which in the
meantime had started on, having got out
of the drift. The mail and freight train,
both running at full speed, after the
warning, collided, crushing Ma. PATTEN
between two cars, causing his instant
death. Mn. PATTEN was a soldier
throughout the war, in Co. C, 49th, P.
V., and bore a noble record. He distin
tinguished himself, particularly, by vol
unteering for a hazardous duty at Cold
Harbor. He was employed on the Snow
Shoe R. R. for a long period, and was
universally respected for his manly qual
ities. The gentlemen connected with
that road will hear of this sad calamity
with peculiar regret, as will all his old
comrades of the army and his neighbors
and friends throughout the county. Will
we hear of the arrest or punishment of
the Railroad engineers or conductors
who are guilty of this murder of one of
our citizens ? The utter and wanton
carelessness by which this calamity was
caused is appalling. One train expect
ing the other, and that so near that the
brakeman goes forward to signal it, and
warns it of the situation, then both trains
start on at a high rate of speed without
any further knowledge of each other.—
We fear that the act will hardly be de
nounced by one-third of the Press, that
the public will forget it, and that not
even the guilty employees of the company
who wantonly destroyed this man, will,
so far from being arrested, tried and pun
ished, be ever dismissed from employ
ments they are not qualified to fill. So
indifferent are we all growing to the val
ue of human life.
Trn MYSTERY OF EDITING .—The world
at large does not understand the mystery
of a - newspaper; and as in a watch, the
hands that are seen, are but the passive
instruments of the springs, which are
never seen, so in a newspaper, the most
worthy causes of its prosperity are of
ten least observed or known. Who sus
pects the benefit which the paper derives
from the enterprise, the vigilance, and
the watchful fidelity of the publisher ?
Who pauses to think how much of the
pleasure of reading is derived from the
skill and care of the printer ? We feel
the blemishes of printing if they exist,
but seldom observe the excellences.
We eat a hearty dinner, but do not
think of the farmer that raises the ma
terial thereof, or the cook that prepares
them with infinite pains and skill. But
a cook of vegetables, meat, pastry, and
infinite bon-bons has a paradisaical office
in comparison with an editor. Before
him pass all the exchange newspapers.
He is to know all their contents, to mark
for other eyes the matter that requires
attention. His scissors are to be alert,
and clip with incessant industry all the
little items that together form so large
an interest in the news department. Ho
passes in review, each week, every State
in the Union, through the newspaper
lens. He looks across the ocean and
sees strange lands, and, following the
sun, he searches all around the world for
material. It will require but one second
for the reader to take in what two hour's
fsearch produced, By him are read the
manuscripts that swarm the office like
flies in July. It is his frown that dooms
them. It is his hand that condenses a
whole page into a line. It is his discreet
sternness that restricts sentimental obitu
aries; and gives poets a twig on which to
sit and sing their first lays.
And the power behind the throne in
newspapers, as in high places, is some
time's as important as the throne itself.
Correspondents, occasional or regular,
stand in awe at the silent power which
has the last glance at an article, and may
send it forth in glory or humility. And,
in short, as the health of the body de
pends upon a good digestion, so the
health of a newspaper depends upon that
vigorous digestion which goes on by
means of the editor.
Ought they not to be honored? And
since little fame attends them, they should
at least have their creature comforts mul
tiplied.—[H. W. Beecher.]
An exchange, alluding to the fact that
careless rowdies and young bullies are.
frequently transformed into positive mur
derers, draws this graphic picture of the
process,which willbe recognized by every
one as faithful to a shade.
"The boy who lurks and lounges about with
a gang, annoying families, or who indulges
the wicked habit of insulting personeliwho
pass by his lounging place, or in Resulting
people who gives no offence, or who thinks it
the proper sort of thing to 'take his drink'
when he is out for a spree' at night or on Sun
day, is in constant danger of just the kind of
rows and broils that end in bloodshed and
murder. At one end of his career is this ha
bitnal lounging, loafing, disorder, dissipation
or ruffianism, and at the other, if he keeps on
in the same path, is the prison or the gallows
If the prisoners in the Western Peni
tentiary were interrogated, the greater
portion of them-would acknowledge that
in the outset they meant no harm, but
were gradually led from ono excess to
another by evil associates. This picture
cannot be too often impressed upon the
youth who are in the habit of assembling
and seeking amusements in gaiigs. The
boy who forms a friendship with one or
tow mates possibly may preserve himself
from evil influence, but the boy permits
himself to be influenced by a crowd pays
a heavy penalty. Better no company at
all than bad company. Bat if human
beings cannot have the association they
should, they will take up with such as
they can get. boys this is good advice.
Remember it and act accordingly.
Beautiful and Curious.
AH IC ROSTIO
We find the following curious piece of
poetry in the Presbyterian Magazine.—
The initial capitalletters spell "My boast
is in the glorious Cross of Christ." and
words in italic, when read from top to
bottom, and from bontom to top, make
the Lord's prayer:
Make known the Gospel truths, our Father
Yield us thy grace, dear rather from above,
Bless us with hearts which feelingly can sing
Our life Thou art for ever God of love ;
Assauge our griefs in love for Christ we
Since the bright Prince of heaven and glory
Took all our shame, and hallow, d the dis
In first be ing man and then being crucified.
Stupendous God! Thy grace and power
In Jeses' name let all the world rejoice,
New labors in Thy heavenly kingdom own,
That blessed kingdom, for Thy saints the
How vile to come to Thee, it , all our cry,
Enemies of thy self, ar d all that's thine !
Graceless our will, our live for vanity
Loathing thy Truth, being evil in desire.
0 God, thy will be done from earth,
Reclining on the Gospel let ua live
In earth from sins deliver ed and forgiven,
Oh as Thyself, but teach us to forgive,
Unless it-s power, temptation doth destroy,
Sure as thy fall into thy depths of wo;
Carnal in mind, we've not a glimpse of joy,
Raised against heaven in us no hope can flow,
0 give us grace and lead us en Thy way;
Shine on us with Thy love, and give us
Self and thee sin which rise against us say;
Oh! grant each day our trespass es may
Forgive our evil deeds that oft wo do.
Convince us daily of ihem to our shame.
Help us with heavenly bread; forgive us too
Recurrent lusts, and vie adore Thy name,
In the forgiveness we as saints can die,
Since, for IN our trespaures as high,
Thy Son our Saviour bled on Cavalry.
CONCERT.-A concert of vocal and is.
strumental music will be given at the
Presbyterian church, at Zion, on Satur
day evening next, by T. P. Rynders and
SEVERAL copies of the Bellefonte RE
PUBLICAN will be left, each week, at the
Book Stores, for sale by single copies.—
Price, five cents.
THE REPUBLICAN desires notices of
deaths or marriages, and all advertise
ments intended for the paper, fully and
plainly written, and left at the office early
on Monday to secure insertion in that
THE REPUBLICAN will decline medical
advertisements, not proper to be inserted
in a family newspaper, no matter what
the price offered may be. We desire to
make our paper unexceptionable in this
FAIL not, to read, on our fourth rage,
extracts from a. sermon on Radical Re
construction, preached by the Rev. Alex
exander Clark, on last Thanksgiving day
in Pittsburgh. It is full of the spirit of
Christianity and true Republicanism.
CowanEss.—We have no news of im
portance from Congress. Its members
have been enjoying the Holiday recess,
as is their custom. There is plenty of
work for them to do between this and the
4th of March. We believe they will do it
CORRECTIONS.—In our Chu?ch Direct
ory, it should be the German Reformed,
not the Lutheran, as is stated, that is
without a pastor.
Also, in the election returns, one of
the heads, instead of November, it should
htive been October, or State returns.
AN Editorial Convention will meet in
Bellefonte day after to-morrow. As one
object is to fix upon a scale of prices for
advertising and job work, the action of
this body may possibly affect our terms
in future along with all others. If so,
all will be duly advised Previous con
tracts, of course, cannot be affected.
Grain and Fleur Markets.
BELLBFONTE. Jan. 6, 1968.
Flour per barrel $lO 00
White wheat per bushel 1 75
Red wheat 1 65
Corn (new) .
Rye per bushel
Buckwheat per bus
Cloverseed '• "
Apples, dried, per lb_
Peaches, a '• g(
Cherries, " a "
Beans per quart
Rutter per lb
Beefsteak per lb
Chickens, each, live.
Turkeys, a f. .
Cheese per lb .
Hams, •' if
Lard, per lb
Eggs, " doz ...
Mutton and Lamb per 1b....
Veal cutlets per lb .
Potatoes per bus
Coal by Shortlidge & Co.
Shamokin Pea Coal - $4 00 per ton
Shamokin Nut 7 00 per ton
Shamokin Stove 8 00 per ton
Shamokin, Egg 8 00 per ton
Shamokin, Broken 7 80 per ton
Wilkesbarre Nut 8 00 per ton
Wilkesbarre Stove 8 80 per ton
Wilkesbarre Egg 8 80 per ton
Wilkesbarre, broken 8 80 per ton
Anthracite coal at yard.
DuvnerzY—At Spring Mills, Pa., on Mon
day, Dec. 21st, 1868, Thompson Devinney,
aged about 74 years.
Bnis.unz—At Boalsburg, on the 22d of
Oct., Mrs. Margaret Brisbin, wife of Ezra
D. Brisbin, in the 70th year of her age.
Olt` Dr. H. H, Rothrock, Dentist, (office
up stairs in Bush's Arcade,) attends to all
business in the line of his profession with
promptness and dispatch. Teeth extracted
HOW TO COMEBNOB TES NEW YEAR.-Al
the world (aid his wife) are said to be in the
pursuit of happiness. Men wish to be happy,
and women, too, and most of them might be
happier than they are by practicing a little
more simple philosophy. On the first of
every January the time-honored congratu
lation between friends, and even mere ac
quaintances, is "Happy New Year to you !"
It is in order to make this greeting more
practical that we are about to indite this ar-
title for the benefit of old and young, peoplei
of all sorts ha general, and newly-married
couples in particular.
First, it is impossible for people to be hap
py unless they are comfortable, and (just
now especially) they cannot be comfortable
without proper facilities for keeping warm.
Every right-minded man, who has a family,
is interested in making his home, as far as
practicable, the most comfortable place in
the world ; and the first essential to comfort
and health in every dwelling is an agreeable
temperature. Young people setting out in
married life cannot be too particular in at
tending to these primary physical comforts.
This suggestion, we may remark incident
ally, has a wide application, judging from
the current list of marriage notices as pub
lished in oar papers.
The hymenial alter has seldom been hon
ored with a more devoted throng than now,
and what we wish to impress upon the minsd
and hearts of these candidates for domestic
bliss (or at least those of them who expect
to begin housekeeping) is, tho importance of
supplying their homes first with one of Mr.
James Spear's Anti-dust Cook Stoves, or one
of his celebrated Ranges, in order that the
cooking may be well done, for where this
goes wrong people might as well keep up
"wash day," all through the week. Nor can
the parlor be warmed most perfectly without
the aid of one of Mr. Spear's Heaters, or one
of his celebrated Anti-dust Parlor Stoves.
The "Anti-dust Cook" referred to sieves
its own ashes, makes no dust in the kitchen,
economizes fuel, is the best baker in the
world, and has more conveniences than any
other stove in use.
We make this suggestion to young house
keepers, and appeal to older folks whether
it is not a good one.
Isaac Haupt is the only Agent in Centre
county for the sale of these justly celebrated
Stoves. Ho is a fair man, full of energy and
business tact, and deals fairly and honora
bly with his customers. Many of our citi
zens who purpose commencing house-keep
ing in the spring are already giving Mr.
Haupt their orders, which is really necessa
ry in order to avoid delay in being supplied.
We may also state that the present is a
good time to purchase, as the indications all
point to a further advance in prices.
There is certainly no Stove manufactured
in the United States superior to Mr. Spear's
for sale by his agent, Mr. Haupt.
To you, therefore, who have not yet done
so, we repeat, in conclusion, commence the
New Year by adding the invaluable apen
dages above named to your present or pro
spective homes. It will add immeasurably
to the happiness of your 1839. Your wife will
never•scold, frown or fret.
N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposite Court House.
Would respectfully call the attention of the
citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, to the su
perior quality of
FRESH MEATI FRESH MEAT!
Constantly to be found on hand.
always on hand. ja6'B9.tf.
LADIES' Buttoned Roots, Skating Boots'
Congress, Side and Front Laced Boots,
Oil Pebles ; the best in market, by
E. GRAHAM it SON.
CARRIAGE, BUGGY, SULKEY and
seat springs, all sizes at
IRWIN % WILSON'S
AINTS & OILS of all kinds at
AQON HUBBS, spokes and felloes,
large and small,at
IRWIN : WILSON'S.
SCREWS and Hinges of every variety and
kind at IRWIN WILSON'S.
OOR LOCKS of all kinds, to snit every
body, at IRWIN WILSON'S.
PUMPS for Cisterns and Wells, with tub
ing of all lengths , at
IRWIN do WILSON'S.
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assortment, at IRWIN WILSON'S:
TD. WINGATE, D. D. S.,
Dentist. Office on the
corner of Spring and Bishop streets, Belle
fonte, Pa. At home, except the first two
weeks of each month. Teeth extracted
without pain. ja6'69.1y..
A B. HUTCHISON it CO'S.
Job Printing Of
fice, " Republican" Building, Bishop St.,
Bellefonte, Penn'a. Every Description of
Plain and Fancy printint dcno in the
neatest manner, and at prices below city
ILSON .1 HUTCHISON,
Bellefonte, Pa. Collections, and all other
legal business in Centre and the adjoining
Counties, promptly attended to. Office in
Blanchard's Law building, Allegheny
B. C. maw, Preet. P. RABBIS, Cagier
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Bellefonte. Alla
gheny St., Bellefonte Pa.
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JOHN H. ORYI9..CYRUELT ALIMANDAHI.
ORVIS cE• ALEXANDER;
Bellefonte, Pa. .Office in;ConradHome,
Allegheny St. ja6"6-9,1y.
LicensedAu• ionoer, will
attend to all sales entrusted to his care.-
Charges reasonable. Address, T.Triah Sto
ver, Honserville, Centre Co, Pa.
:kr G. LOVE,
fonte, Pa. Office•on High St, jaB'69.y
1 00@2 00
LINN it FURST,
Attorneys. at-Law, Belle
.... $1 25
EDMUND BLANCHARD. EVARM. frUnialp
E B. M. BLANCHARD,
Allegheny St., BeAtforneys-at-Law,
llefonte, Pa. j06'89.1y.
H R. HPALLISTER. JAMES A. BHAVINH.
MALLISTER t BRAVER,
TAT W. BROWN,
Y V • Attorney-at-Law,
Bellefonte, Penn'a., will attend promptly
to all bussiness entrusted to his care.
JAMES H. RANKIN,
fonte, Pa. Omee in Armory building, 2nd
BURNSIDE & THOMAS.
Offer to the Public one of the
largest and best selected stocks of merchan
dise, in Centro county. Call, examine and
see for yourself.
T IER Largest and Best Stock of warra ed
Boots and Shoes, warranted to give
satisfaction, at reduced prices, only tc be
found at BURNSIDE k THOMAS'
SPICES of all varieties, ground to order
and warranted to be strictly pure.
It is the only place you can find unadultera
ted spices. Try them for your own satis
faction. You can only End them at
.I_IANDSAWS, knives, spoons, coffee m ills,
shovels, spades, rakes, hoes, lamps,
forks, chains, &c., at
BURNSIDE k THOMAS'.
HORSE COLLARS, if you don't want
your horse's shoulders galled and
made sore, got good horse collars, at
BURNSIDE a THOMAS'.
H ARNESS, collars, cart whips, carriage
whips, in great varieties, govern
ment gears, saddles, bridles, martingales,
check lines, cart gears, tug harness, buggy,
harness, Names, &a. Everything in the sad
dlery line, at
FISHING TACKLES, rode lines, hooks,
flies, sea hair baskest, &c. Rig you
out to catch trout, at
BURNSIDE k THOMAS'.
FMB GROCERIES, mocha coffee, old
gov. Java, best quality Rio coffee,
best olong black teas, green teas, lowering
syrup, golden syrup, Drips fine article ba
rice and everything in the
grocery line at the lowest cash prices in the
market BURNSIDE & THOMAS', Is the
IT IS known to all in Bellefonte and
through the county if you want a
good article go to
BURNSIDE dr THOMAS'.
LEATHER of all discriptions, french calf
skin, spanish sole leather, morocco's
sheep skins, linings. Everything in the
leather line warranted to give satisfaction.
at BURNSIDE a THOMAS'.
SHOE -MAKERS TOOLS and findings, in
all their varieties, at
BURNSIDE k THOMAS:
•0_ ADDLERS BUCKLES, hooks, bits, spots
1,7 . rings. Everything a saddler wants
for the manufacture of harness, to be found
at BURNSIDE & THOMAS'.
BASKETS in all their varieties, childrens
carriages, willow •ware, guns, pistols,
powder, shot, caps, cartridges, &0., at
BURNSIDE db THOMAS'.
NEW PATTERNS of oil cloths, at re
duced prices, at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS'.
NOTIONS of all kinds, Stolring's gloves,
Handkerchiefs, combs, pocket books,
in all their variety and very cheap, at
BURNSIDE a THOMAS'.
11111tICRY PRUNES, raisons, peaches ap
ples, oranges, lemons, all kinds of
foreign fruits, Hams, bacon &e.,
BIIRSIDE & THOMAS'.
CANNED FETATS, peaches, tomatoes,
pine apples, and peas in great vari
ety, t t BIIRSIDE k THOMAS .
DABBITS SOAP, Wm. Hagan and Keens
olive soap, Dobbins' soap, Jesse
Oakley's soaps, old eastile, pure, Palm soap,
Elderling's soap, and a great variety of oth
er soaps, at
Whitman's celebrated confections,
Whitman's celebrated chocolate,
Baker's chocolat..., Smith's chocolate,
China Ginger, English Pickles,
American Pickles, at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS'.
This long established and well known Ha
tel,lituated on the southeast corner of the
Diamond, opposite the Court House, having
been purchased by the undersigned, he an
nounces to the former patrons of this estab
lishment and to the traveling public gener
ally, that he has thoroughly refitted his
house, and is prepared to render the most
satisfactory accommodation to all who may
favor him with their patronage. No pains
will be spared on his part to add to the con.
venience or comfort of his guests. All who
stop with him will find
His TABLE abundantly supplied with the
most sumptuous fare the market will afford,
done up in style, by the moat experienced
His Ben will always contain the choicest
His STABLING is best in town, and will al
ways be attendedbythemest trustworthy and
. Give him a call, one and all, and he feel'
confident that all will be sanded with their
21 attached to this establishment, which
strangers from abroad will find greatly to
ti<eir ad yaw tage, jaBl9.ly.
BURNSIDE ft- THOMAS'.
BURNSIDE & THOMAS'.
BURNSIDE J. THOMAS'
DAN'L GARMAN, Pro"
AN EXCELLENT LIVERY
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PHILADELPHIA STORE I
KET,LER & MUSSER
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
ANOTHER NEW STORE
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
KELLER dc MUSSER have just opened
the best, cheapest, largest, as well as the
best assorted stock of of Goods in Bellefonte
or Central Pennsylvania, at their new
PHILADELPHIA STORE, in
BROCKERHOFF'S BLOCK, Biehop
FOR THE LADIES.
They have Silks, Coburge Alpacas, Merinos,
Wool De'eines, Lustres, Gingham!,
Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Hand
kerchiefs, Kid and other
Gloves, Hosiery, Bal.
and a general va
Ribbons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc,
. at the lowest prices.
They have Black and Blue , Clothe, Black
and Fancy Cassimeres, &Mutts,
• Tweeds Mekong, Water-proof
Cloth, Satin and commoa
• Postings, ,to., in great
variety, and at prioeS
that will give
A. 0. PIIRST
Their HEADY MADE CLOTHING is
cheap, and consists of
Overcoats, Dress coats, of various qualities
and prices, Plain and Fancy Vests, Casa
mere and Flannel Overshirts, Woolen and
Cotten undershirts, Handkerchiefs, neck ties,
Ike., &c., dec.
Calf and Kip
Boots and Shoes,
Gum Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, and
li 017 S EH OLD GOODS,
in endless variety, such as Carpets, 0
Cloths, _Bugs, Brown binslins, Bleached
Muslim, Drillings, Shootings, Table
Cloths, dcc„ &e., &o.
Their stock of QUERNSWARE if, GRO
CERIES cannot be excelled in quality or
Call in at the Philadelphia Store and eon
vinceyourselves that KELLER it MUSSER
have everything you want, and do business
on the principle of "Quick Sales and Small
anAla l AND P110151:101 AU TALLUI
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE
TWENTY PLR CENT SAVED.
IT' is now an established fact that Grocer
ies of all kinds are now to' be obtained at
M. RUBBLE'S new
GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE,
On Allegheny Street Bellefonte, Pa.,
twenty per cent. cheaper than at any other
establishment in town or country. Flour
of the very beet quality, kept con
tently on hand. Boaading-honed
keepers, and Heads of families
would do well to give him a '
call before purchasing else.
where. Do not forget
COFFEE, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, in short
everything usually kept at a Grocery
Store, for sale low, at M. RUNKLE'S.
IDEAS, Beans, Soup Peas, Soup Beans, for
sale cheap, at M. RUNKLE'S.
ANNED Peaches, Canned Tomatoes;
Canned Apples, Canned Corn, Canned
Fruits of all kinds kept constantly on hand
at M. RUNKLE'S.
TIRIED Peaches, Dried Apples, Dried
1../ Currants, Dried Fruits o f all kinds, at
CANDIES, Candies. A /splendid variety
o fCandies and Nuts, for sale low at
QUEENSWARE of the very best quality
for sale cheap, at . M. RUNKLE'S.
11TILLOW . Baskets, and Willow Ware of
if V alllkinde andeisee, for sale cheap, at
ORANGES, Lrmono, Figs and Nuts, for
sole at M. RIINICLE'S.
MOBACCO, Tobacco. - Chewing Tobacco,
L Snuff and . Segars, the very best and of
all kinds, at M. RUNKLE'S.
CIICUMBEIi and other Pickles, Tomatoe
Catsup, Marmalades, Jollies of all kinds
at hl. RUNKLE'S.
GLASSWARE, Glass Fruit Tars and
Dishes, a fine assortment at
FRENCH Calf eewed Boots made to order
and always kept on hand, by
R. GRAHAM & SON.
A Large assortment of Kip Pegged Boots,
JCL warranted; at $8 per pair.
E. GRAHAM & SON.
ri ENTS' French Rip Boots, Boys and
kJ(' Youths Rip Boots, for sale by
B. GRAHAM eft SON.
ISAAC HALL Boots for sale at $5 per pair
by E. GRAHAM & SON.
CHILDREN and Misses ' Boots and. Shoes,
a large selection of every variety.
E. GRAHAM & SON.
G EO. W. FAIRER & CO.,
No. 4, BUS'H',' ARCADE.
LADIE'S (I- GENTLEMEN'S FURNISH
F URS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS,
Manels, Muslims, Calicoes, Coverlets,
Delanes, Hoods, Gloves and Fancy Work
baskets !fur sale by:
ja6'69.y] G. W. BAIRER dt CO.
ZEPHYRS, Zephyr Patterns, Ger
mantown Wool, Shetland Wool, Fancy
Trimmings of all kinds, for sale by
G. W. FAIRER A CO.
LADIES' and Misses Shoes, Ladies'
and Mines trunder Cothing, for sale by
G. W. FAIRER a CO.
Under Clothing & Ready
guide Ocershirts for Kale by
G. W. FAIRtlt 1 CO.
URS From $3 to $75 per Sett, for
sale by G. W. FAIRER ic CO.
LADIES' and Misses Hoop Skirts,
Balmoral Skirts of all grades, for sale
cheap by - G. W. FAIRER & CO.
QENTS' Home-made Wool Socks,
for sale by G. W. FAIRER 4lt CO.
ADIES' and Gents' Scarfs for
sale by G. W. FAIRER & CO.
DOLLS, of all kinds For Children
for tulle by G. W. FAIRER do CO.
WE ARE selling off our Rresent
Stook at exceedinly low prices, so
that persons wishing bargains should call on
us before purchasing elsewhere.
G. W. FAIRER it CO.
TT IS our intention to dispose of our
entire stook before the opening of the
Spring Trade. G. W. FAIRER & CO.
WHITE FISH, Herring, mackerel, ae.,
BIIRNEILDIg a THOMAS'.
BDIUMID BLANCHARD, 11. AtraTlX BRIM
P.M. BLANCHARD, W. M. HOLMES,.
BELLEFONTE PLANING MILL.
BLANCHARD & COMPANY,.
WHITE & YELLOW PINE FLOORING
&roll Work of every Description).
and PATTERNS made to order
saving a "BULRLRY'S PATENT LUM
BER DRYER," connected with* our eatab.
liehment, we are enabled to manufacture our
,EP.ORDERS 'ROM CONTRACTORS,
BUILDERS, DEALERS AND THE
TRADE GENERALLY SOLICITEDI4
BELLEFONTE, CENTRE CO., PA.
DO NOT FORGET
That the place to ,uy Cheap Goods,
CHEAP CASH STORE,
REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGHENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
We started on the principles of "Small
profits and quick Returns," and how well
we have succeeded is kaown to everybody,
OUR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE AND
are of the very beet quality and are sold at
the most reasonable rates. We pay at all
times the highest cash price for Wheat,
Bye, Oats, Corn and Barley. We
most cordially invite everybody
to give us a call, before par
not forget the plum. • .
REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGHENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
I Have opened up an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK of GOODS
lof every description at their new do
room on Spring str eet; which we
and will be sold as low if nt4 lower;
than can be found elsewhere in thi .'
section. Their stock comprises
Boots A Shoes,
Hats & Caps,
Gentlemen and Ladle
Ladies Cloaks k Circulars,
In Silk and Cloth,
and everything else that is to b.
found in a well stocked country store
taken in exchange for goods, and
the highest market price paid.
VINE RESIDENCE for SALE! •
The undersigned offers at Private
Sale his splendid New House, situate on
Curtin street, Bellefonte, Pa.
The House is new, having been built in
the summer of 1868. It contains a Parlor,
Sitting-room and Kitchen, on first floor,land
six bedrooms on the upper. It is, therefore,
large and commodious, sufficiently large for
a family of from ten to twelve.
It is substantially built, Cottage style, a
patent pavement laid all round the - house,
extending to the hydrunt, the cistern, and
thence to the privy.
I flt is bounded on the South-west by lot of
John P. Harris, the lot adjoining on other
site aide belongs to the undersigned, and
can be bought with the house if desired. In
short, it is one of the most desirable resi
dences in the town.
If not sold at private sale, it will be /old
at Publio Outcry, on Tuesday, the 26th day
of January, inst., (court week,) at the Court
House. Tenors—One-third on delivery of
Deed, and possession, balance in two years
For further particulars, inquire of John
P. Harris, Cashier of First National Bank,
-Or ROBERT McKNIGHT,
jan 6,'69-4t. Bellefonte, Pa.
INSURANCE—LIFE it FIRE.
Joseph d. Rankin of
this Borough, insures property for the fol
lowing Stock and Mutual companies, viz :
Lycoming Mutual, York Company,
Insurance of North Arngsca, Enterprise,
and Girard of Phila., PIT., Horne, of New
Haven ' and any other reliable company
desired. Also, Provident Life Company
of Phil'a., and other good Life Compa
TOYS of all kinds, at
OAM! ‘ E i Mit ., MM
MANITFACTIIIMBS , Of
•f Various Styles.
BRAOKIITS OP ALL s.tznia,
for Men and Boys, Is at
erolz_s R 000KE,,sf.
J. W. COOKE.
GREAT, EXCITEMENT !
PRICES REDUCE]) f• 1
HOWELL, GIL:LI:AHD &CO
of Bush's Areade, in Reims No. I and 2
have just returned from the city with one of
the largest and best assortments of Goods
over brought to Centre oo."
. Having the Largest assortment of' Dry
Goods and Groceries they are able to rule
We ask an examination of the Ladles
r CALICO BROM 6to 16 ate Per Yard.
Mnslins that will astonish the purehasar,i
Carpets at old fashioned prim.
The largest assortment et Cassimera la
READY MADE CLOTHING
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
Our shoes for Ladies ware can't be excelled
Our Grocery department astonishes every
one in assortment and low prices.
SYRUP, SUGAR, TEA it COFFEE.
Canned Bruits, Tellies, Domestic and
foreign Fruits, Cheese and Pastries of all
kinds, and every other article belonging to
the Grocery Department:
WHOLE SALE AT PHILADELPHIA
FARMERS, MECHANICS AND LA-
I.OOIE to your interest
One dollar saved Is still one dollar la
your pooket. Then call and gee at what
HOWELL GILLILAND & CO
are selling Dry Goods and .Groeuriee.
No pains spared in showing ifieir Goods.
If not as represented wo will pay you for
DON'T lORGHT THE PLASH,
Bailee Arcade, Rooms Ns% 1 and 2.
THE PLAID 'TO U S: 0
EVERYTHING NEW & WARRANTED I
P. MeAFFRBY & CO'S
WHOLBSALE k RETAIL 11 OW ♦ BUOR Rose,
fpae door above Reyaold'a Baak.4
Have just recelted the most complete as
sortment of everything in the
BOOT AND 2W9.4 1 LINN,
eves brought to Bellefonte. Their entire
stock, which is the largest ever opened in
this place, was made to order from the best
material. It was purchased for cash and
will be sold mach lower than any one can
afford who buys on time. They
ARE PRACTICAL WORKMEN,
mid everything sold will be guaranteed as
represented. Repairing and custom work
promptly attended to.
NEW BOOK STORE.
WHOLBSALII AND RETAIL
Book, Stationery b New Emporium,.
JACOB D. MILLBB
Has pirebased the Book, Stationary and
News establishment of Kinsloe and Brother
on Allegheny street, near the Diamond, to
which he has just added a large invoice of
goods, such as is generally kept in a well
conducted Book and Stationary Store. His
stock consists of Theological, Medical, Law,
Miscellaneous, Sunday School and School
Books, Time Books, Pass Books,andDiarlea.
Every grade and price of Cap, Legal, Bill,
Letter, Bath and Note Paper, fine Breach
Paper, Envelopes of-every description and
Price,:Pens. Inks, Inkstands, Erasers, Rub.
bar bands, transparent and common Slates,
Slate Pencils, Lead Pencill, Crayons, do.
Daily and Weekly Papers, Magasines, and
Sheet Music, a large supply of Legal ' and
Justices Blanks constantly on hand. Also
U. S. Internal ' Revenue Stamps at face.
He is also Wholesalo Agent for Loehman's
Celebrated Writing Fluid.
Country merchants would do sell to call
and examine my stock before purchasing
elsewhere, as I can sell at manufacturers
SHORTLIDGM. BOXD VALXNZI NB
WOOD AND COAL BURNT
L I - M E ,
Always on hand and for sale at the lowest
market price at the
..BELLEY OM" LIME KILNS.
on the Turnpike leading to Milesburg. The
BEST PITTSTON AND SHABIOEIN
Anthracite coaL Also a new consignment
of plastering lath, paling, and sawed sizing.
lee for sale for cash at our yard, near south
end of B. R. V. R. R. Depot.
T HE BELLEFONTE
BOOT AND StiOE STORE
GRAHAM & SON
Manfacturera of, and Denim in
GENTS FBEKca CALF,/LED CONORMIO DUOTII
NONE BUT THE BE E T WORKMEN
Having added largely to our form,ere rtook
we Gen assure the community
have now the beet eeleotion , Oea
tral Pennsylvania. Ours "'
of Boota and Shoes, In pellefezto.
H. GRAHAM & SON.
ALSO a large lot of thole oheap shoes,
such as we read about, and of whist'
we are selling or
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST.
,Ifir•We Invite an examination of on,goods.
jaBl9.ly, X GAMIAIf