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Waitnisday Morning, March 3,269.
Two Drug Store of - F. P. Green will be
removed, April lst, 1889, from Brockci
hoff's row, to the new Hotel of Bush &
McLain, over the creek. Jan. 20t f.
FOIL SALZ.-A first class farm, within
two miles of Bellefonte, is now for sale.
Any person wishing to buy, can learn
full particulars, by calling at the office
of the Bellefonte Republican.
JIIISTITIA.—WO are sorry your commu
nication reached ue too late for insertion
in this number. From the character of
its news, Ike., we think it will net do—
will be too old for our next. It iv good.
however. Send tie another. Mail, so as
to "reach us on Monday. .
PIORAVING.---SOlne of the finest speci
mens- of 'engraving we nave, ever seen
Were shown- us on Monday last.. They
• Were executed by Frank P. Blair, son of
Gen. Wm. If Blair, of thin place. Frank
has great reason to feel proud of his
skill in this particular. We understand
that Frank holds himself in readiness to
execute the fancy jobs in this line for all
the jewelers in town or county.
Saw TortACCOSroar..—We understand
that our young friend Lave A. MILLER
has rented the store room in JERRY
Bores new brick building on Allegheny
street. in which he intends to open a
tobacco store nod eating house on the
Europaan principle. The room will be
divided: the store room nod eating de
(hutment will be separate. Truly, Belle
fonts is spreading herself and putting on
PARDOL—This excellent man
and c'mi,tion minister. pastor of the M.
E. Church in this place for the last tsvo
years. is soon, in the econot , .y of that
Church, to !cave us, If we ere corilieli-
od to part With him. it will 1 - ct in sorrow.
He los accomplished much ese.sd while
here, and 'could do roue; mm -e, if he
could ronoie. We I;rrpe the CoeEreqa
tion w ill petition the proper au!lv. , ritie ,
to Lace him renr:.in ariet der trrrr.
Cox-reAcrs. tzt3.— What has become of
thr ecilitractor Qf thisltles Me-
Cnffer:y ? dace you n.,11).;ng "big" co;
hands for this r.umoter. Cho.!lvy? li , •w
many new houses" have yeti er.niraeted
for? How much ,rerip will you distrib
ute? How many men will you employ
during the summer? What has become
of your enterprise at the new dam on
Logan'■ Braneh ? Has it fizzled ? Keep
us booked, please. We must have local
OUR WESTISRM LETTKR.—"Ir Own
Em Quad" has failed to come to time
We know not the cause: but we feel that
our readers will be disappointed. We
hope he will get the steam up, the ma
chine in motion. and be on hand with
, ganothei of • for eni next num
ber. We have beeome accustomed to it.
We earinot 'without . it. - The paper
don't look . right, don't sound right, don't
read right'iiiihont it. - Come'along•.Em
Quad; • - The: people think you:Are a gay
and festive "cum." . . . .
to learn .thrst our. _ friend,.Robert.MO-
Knight, has made arrangements to erect.
two large and : itandstime frame building .
on hie lots fronting on High •*Amt. The
lumber is all dontratted for, and the
• btaldings.will belnished,in. early sum
mer. Robert possesies the proper spir
it.. lie has the enteririse and the w ill
Would that some of our capitalists would
eaten a: little of the same spirit. We
.hundred. new houses in town
to-day. If we had a few more men like
Robert McKnight we . would not want
UNtoNvriLs.—This is one of the most•
plra•ant towns in the counts. Pleasant
ly eituated• en the Lock •Haven & Tyrone
"Hilitrinvl; and its inliabitatois are about
as pleasant, jolly a set of men and wo
men as nan be found in any community
Amit 0. Ajeaandefr, .13." Rich. Dr. J M,
Blair; and many other good and true Re
put)linalts.reside in this town. A few
Democrats are to he found., Just enongh
to 'keep theßepublicins faithful. and on
the looltoiti. It is best,perhaps, t bat all the
the citizens do not belong to the Repub
lican party. There are a few, however,
.hat should at oocc come over to the Re
ENTIMPRISE.—Shortlidge g - , Co, de
serve great credit for the efforts they
have made. and are making. to supply
the people with good, clean coal, and st
as low rates as is possible in this market.
They have now almost finished a build
ing, extending from one end of their coal
yard to the other. This is tinder 'roof
and. enclosed. From this henceforth,
therefore•, the citizens will get dry coal.
Hereafter 'here will he no ne.cessity for
procuring-coal o.nd housing in the Fum
trier, in order to have itdry in the Win
-ter. The enterprise of Shortlidee & Co.
obviates this . difficulty We hope that.
this firm will sleet with the.. encounige
mont they deserve. Protect and encour
age home industry is our doctrine.
THIS BEST DAUM-A f-w weeks ag
we published, says the Tinge Agitato r ,
the yileld . of Mr. B. Monroe's dairy, with
en opinion that it would not be heat
en. Mr. Sanford Strait, of Lawrence.
sends us the yield of his dairy in' 1868,
which not only beats Mr. Monroe's, but
will not be beaten by any other, in our
judgment. Mr. Strait says : "Lest year
I kept seven old cows and-one 2 year old
heifer. From the milk of those cows we
made butter which sold for $482,92; and
Aram .the buttermilk we realized in calves
an d pork $145.00—s total of $627 92,
and $6B 49 to each cow."
- Now, suppose that those cows cost Mr.
Strait 's6o each in . the spring of 1868 ;
and you have a gross profit of $28.49 to
,silt caw, In other words, each cow
pitittfor'itself, and earned $28.49 over
and' above: Of course Mr. Strait's diary
_has been managed with excellent judg
ment; or this ia,vorsble report could not.
illk7o been parl.e
Nsw Fousni.r:—;-The new Foundry
Building of Todd & Duncan is nearly
finished, and begins to look like busi
NOT YET:—We understand that the
Presbyterian Congregation of this place
have not yet selected a pastor to fill the
vacancy occasioned by the resignation of
Tows slur ELECTIONB.—We intended to
priblish, for the
of the renders of
the•Rtpublican, the election returns of
each of the townships and boroughs in
the county, Thus far we have riot been
able to procure them, and no one has ta
ken sufficient interest to report for us.
B noxsanorr's Ittlx.x.—ln another col
umn of the Republican will be found the
advertisement of T. J. &I. C Cole. This
is a good firm. They pay the highest
mark et price foi%griliti,..ofallkinds, war
rant their flour good. and are anxious to
share in the patronage of the public.—
We wish them success. - •
NEW Meas.—Loeb, May & Loeb in
vited us to their well furnished store a
few evenings since to see the "New
Light,'' made by Petroleum fluid, manu
factured by J. J. Palmer. This fluid has
been in use more than a yearyand is
growing in favor wherever used. It
makes the brightest and beat light, of
anything of the kind we have ever seen
It is recommended as making "no offr n-
sire oder, no smoke, no grease to soil
garments, no danger from explosion in
Any person wishing to see or purchase
this 'petroleum fluid," can call at the
store of Loeb, May lz Loeb, on Alleghe
Ilst.t.grott-ra AND LEWISBURG RAIL
IIOAD.—The Mifflinlyirg Telegraph is ful
ly aroused on the subject of a Railroad
from this place through Union county.—
We are pleased to see this, and hope the
Edi.or kill-continue his efforts in this di
rection. We copy, for the benefit of our
Pennsvalley friends, the fol!oveing coin
=llia:lt ion. which appeared in the Tele
gr•lph or t ltc 25th ult :
"CAPT. Oitrzre—D , or Sir :---PlvrlF:e
low a coos , ant reader of the TEr.enturtt
to suggest a r lan of (porn (long bv which
if foliww, I b'dieve work mil3' be eom:
mene , :d on a Railroad from Lewisburg to
Beilefon , c•before I : Oiilsumnier, with all
the means available : for its early corn
plc' ion. •-
1..‘4, the citizens of Union and Centre
counties, each organize. say a dozen of
most prominent ciiizene4nterested
in the enter Prize, into a compAy, for the
purpose of receiving subscriptionB itnd
nevi:tang with other' RaProttii C,mPta
nies likely to.be interested. For Union
county I would suggest the following re
spectable and well known : names:
John Diehl. Latirelton. - •
R. V B. Lincoln. Esq., Hartley tp.
Daniel Long; ilartleton.
Shetn Spigelmyer, f'
Dr W: T. Seebold,
Young, Esq., Milllinburg.
Dr. D. H. Miller, tt
C. IL: Shriner, Esq. " •
Him. John W. Simonton, Buffalo tp.
lion. Eli Slifer, Levrisburg
• C. Duncan, • . •
*".With•ithe well known general desire
,fora Railroad, and the pecuniary advan
tages and greatbusinessfaciliiies ittiord
ed, who can doubt that the gentlemen
named could'aecure the 'raising to extend
ttie Lewisburg branch io illiftlinburg or •
Hartleton?A. similar association of men
at. Bellefonte, and through Penns Valley
might as readily secure the means for its
continuation' to Bellefonte
"As soon as means sufficient were sub
scribed to secure an organization accord
ing to law, one company might be formed
with all-the rights and priveleges of
other Railway Companies, Ate.
" Not, a . day should be lost in this mat
ter of such 'overshadowing importance,'
as you have justly termed tt.
"Let the gentlemen above named call
a meeting, if they are willing to act.and
organize themselves into a ent;npany. for
the purpose of srliciting subscriptions,
and then let meetings be called, and ef
forts be made, as the citizens of other
counties do, who are interested in. and
want. Railroads, and success will certain
ly crown the effort. If our people are
not willing to do this, or something sim
ilar, let us hear no more of Buffalo or
Penns Valley wanting a Railroad. Hop
ing the gent'emen whom I have named
will let us hear from them, and most
earnestly wishing for success, I remain
The communication is full of good
practical suggestions. Let our people
act upon them. Let meetings be called
as early as possible. Let, not one wait
upon another. If a dozen cannot. be in- '
duced to act, let seine active, energetic
triend of the enterprise take the respon
sibility, hml call a meetieg at Belle tente„
Boal-huts Millheim, or any oilier suits
able place, ; we trill insert the notice
and insure a good attendance.
A Railroad front Bellefonte to Lewis
burg would be, we think, just what the
Snnwshoe R. R. Co. most desire; and
it the farmers, and others interested
along the the. will . bestir themselves'and
show that they are. in earnest, the co-.
operation of the aforesaid company can
easity tie obtained. '
We understand that the route from here
to Milroy has been declared impractica
ble. Why will not a road leading from
this plaee, via Boalsburgoo Lewisburg,
answer just as well We believe it. to
he far superior to the Milroy route, and
by going up Spring Creek to Boalsburg
we go around the inountain instead of
over it, and thus all Penns valley is ac
We sinoerely hope that the Snowshoe
R. R. Co , and the people of Penns and
Buffalo rallies will act in harmony in
this matter, and take immediate steps to
secure a survey of the route, and the
speedy completion of the road.
We are satisfied in regard to the prat.
ticability of the route, and believe that
the Snowshoe company is ready and will
ing to do its part so soon as the people
who are most benefited by the comple
tion of the road manifest a disposition
to dt , their whole duty in the wietter.
• INsuigic - E.—lsmi:Jumes. D. Turner is
agent for-the North American Ineurence
Co. He is a good agent and acts for a
MORE WORK --Mr Jno. Breohbill has
commenced to build an addition to the
house in which he now resides, on High
St. It affords us pleasure to ohronicic
these evidences of the prosperity cf our
town and citizens,
BLTNYZE & Co.—We invite the atten
tion of our readers to the advertisement
of tit and 3. P. Blymyer, in another col-.
num. They offer for sale a large lot of
rack and Barrel salt at reduced prices;
This is a strong, reliable and aecomodat
ing firm, and are well known as such to
many of our readers. Bead the &dyer
RitrititIEINIZICTS.,--We do not know the
opinion of others, -but we are very large
ly of the opinion that there are not two
pleasanter or.tnore 'accommodating fel.;
lowa, nor are there any bAter calculated
to cater, i>p a elitiefaetory way, to the
wants of hungry pepple Om are Messrs.
Hoy & Co.. immediately opposite the
Court. Honse. north elide. where you will
find all the delimacie.v of the season.—.
Their Oysters are the freshest and best
in town. Give them's . call f
IrstociPanz.—tHoop, hurrah ! Centre
county has a velocipede. There is el
wart some genius turns up to keep our
county up with the times. Boslsburg
'has the honor of the first velocipede in
tNe county. We are informed that Mr.
&mit Sweeney manufactured it, end mit
it rooting, all the same night. We un-
deriver' d that the whole town is in e state
of ezcite . roet t., and our friend Enoch is
the ridmir.;(t of all admirers. We
trust he will mount his velncipedal horie
and pay Belief `ate a •isit.
Witr Go Gonne . —We learn fplp th e
Philadelphia. Press ti: , ti t Jno.W.for
ney has established a .'Land Office," for
the sale of Southern landa:• in connection
with the office of his Wnshi..'eon Chroni•
cle ne'ptper. Shortly after t "01. Forney
established this office, h e ~thr is.s ii on a
Corr through Virginia and North Caro
lina, and h s given the result of his I .lll r .
els, what he saw. the animus of the p , 'O
- the great speculati..ns, the furnace '
grist and &c , in a eerie.
of letters published in the Philadelphia
Press The Colonel is a most excellent
writer, and paints a nice pen picture of
affairs in the Southern States, but in our
opinion his picture is too highly painted.
lie represents everything quiet in North
Carolina, and says that the citizens of
tiott State are ant anxious to welcome
'Northern men and Northern capital, but
we notice that, notwithstanding these
&temente published by our friend Col
Forney, that.GOvernor-Holden of North
Caroina finds it necessary to repai , r to
Washingtonito implore Congress not to
remoVe the military—the. U. S. soldiers
—from that. State. Hero is a flat con:
tradiction•of- the statements made 'by
Col Forney' in relation to the animus of
this portion of the Solizhern people. We
do:ntit charge'Col. - Forney with • tai fully.
roistating the true iondition of affairs in
the. Southern States; but. we know these
people, and we kpow, too, how smoothly
they can talk, andlow patriotic they can
become, willing to accept the situation,
obey 'the lawsand protect. the Northern
emigrant:until tbey..gell their lands and
obtain the money of said emigrant.-
- Tben comet the "tug of war" If the
emigrant, or carpet bagger, as he is called,
has an opinion of his own, and attempts
to express it, he iktiocin informed that he
is not wanted in that community. We
need not, in this connection, repete the
outrages and murders of just such men,
committed by the Ku-Klux Klan, goad- .
ed on and encouraged by such oily-tong
ued hypocrits,as own the large tracts of
land in those States. We know what we
affirm, for we have investigated scores of
these cases. West Virginia may be,
and we believe is, an exception to the
general rule, but we would advise. our
people to keep out of the Southern States,
at least for farming purpOsee, for some
time to cows.
There are thousands of opportunities
iu this State, and in the great West, for
people to invest their surplus funds, and
at the same time be perfectly safe in re
gard to life and limb. If Col. Forney
would pay Bellefonte a visit, and make
himself acquainted with our people, and
the natural advantages of the place, we
think be vrould be induced to turn his
mind in this direction, instead of the
Our water power is not surpassed, nor
equalled, by any in the United States
Our facilities for all kinds of manufacto
ries are far superior to those of any of
the New Englst.d towns. orStettes Here,
in Bellefonte. are superior amines for
large fortunes. Col. Forney may travel
through every Southern Slate, and, we
venture the assertion, he will never find
any thing in compfrison. Situate. as we
are, in the geographical centre of the
Key,tone State, with our mountains full
of the best of bituminous coal, and our
valleys and ridges full of iron ore, on the
great line of Railroads runningEsst and
West, we should be the greatest mann
facturingf own in the world.
There should be erected hardware and
cutlery establiehments.at least two.which
wou:d give empl• yment to from one to
two thousand men; we should Wave wool
len factories, paper mills, wire mills,
cotton mills, wholesale bat and thee
manufactories, two or three more glass
works, and manufactories of reapers,
mowers and other farming implements.
Bellefonte is just the pbice for all these,
and to this place we invite Col. Forney
to direct his attention.
We have a number of enterprising
capitalists at home. ready and willing to
co-operate with Col. Forney. and all oth
er capitalists that h 9 could be instru
mental in persuading to settle amongst
We would suggest that our capitalists,
and men of enterprise, call a meeting.
and appoint a committee to wait upon
Col. Forney, and secure. not only hie in
fluence, but the influence of his two dai
ly papers. in making known to capital
lets, everywhere, the supreme advantag
es of our healthful and romantic town.
• LICA .1141,,vm--IA itt,ettiti -that t.tke chi
zensof Lock Haven feel very proud of the
new Court House recently erected inihat
place. It is also slid to be one of the
finest buildings of the kind in the State,*
and, no doubt, cost kvery handsome sum
At the first court held in tbitt.new.
house, the ladies of Lock Haven, feeling
aggrieved by the liquor traffic, present
ed to the Court the following petition :
" The ladies of the Lock . Haven Tem
perance Society, beg leave to present to
the Hon. Court the accompanying peti-:
lion from mote than fifteen hundred la
s residents of Clinton' county. "It is
unnecessary to remind your Honors that
the facti stated in our - petition ',too ob
vioni to admit:Of any dispute. , Thiough
every avenue of information we are im
pressed with the - fearful truth, and the .
experience of every one of us confirms
the reality of the darkest picture ever
drawn by tongue or- pen. of the effects of
this abomination of ;deeolation which'
curies our beautfut land. Still the river
of Death rolls on, growing broader and
deeper: bearing on its black-waves. thou
sands of our youth, as well as many of
the noblest of our land. There—
fore, in the name of po4 and Hu
manity, in the name
. of sorrowing moth
ere, of heart broken wives and starving
children, we pray your Honore:hat yon
would use the power Vested in you in re
fusing to license each aid every -one of
those dent of pollution; which under the
name of Restaurants, /to., are contami ,
nating our streets and poisonlng the very
fountain of life by s vending the vile adul
terations sold as alcoholic drinks. And
especially we ask your Honors to with
license from all who are under in
,iictment in this Court for illegal traffic
in the beverage of death. We dare to
preeent this appeal because we believe
in the justice and humanity of our Hon:
Conrt, a nil because it is right."
CqIINTT COMMON SCHOOLS,
Per cent. of a ttentlance for second mouth,
Bellefonte Sohovls, not reported.
Ben vec .... A I nm. arst's ecbeol, 89; Sitars:
rchon i . 78 : R., o paborg, Knox's,Plessant,
view, Big 11.)Ilow, Rick Forge, Ines,-
11.nd. end Leßthe:rman's• schools not re
Bogg.:---Milenhurg Forge f
Engle RoPing Mills r elicol. 8A; Wallace
Rui, 88; Marsh Creek, 51: Ceietrol City,
ttopes's, Molt's Hollow, Lucas', Eagle
Foi le mid Rays' schools not repor.'ed.
B o. ntside--.Laurial Run, 60; aorrna cia
sc h oo l a (A reported.
School, 67;. March
C ree k an d schools not reported;
Farmers MIL 00100 . 69 - .
Gregg—Penn Hall seta 60; Polk Hill
70; Decker's, 73, Mountain, 6f; Beaver .
DIM. 80; Cross Roo 4s, 72: Murrny's 79;.
Hoy's, 75: Spring Mtl.ls school notrepor
Fergußon—Brancli aeho. el, 82; White
Hall, 84; Grace-burg. 85; 3 w , Nri v ille, 83 :
Stackey, 77; Tadpole, 71 O a k Gr..ve, 56;
Krutnrine's. 74; Pine Grove No. 'th, Pine
Grove South, Centre. lipler's 0 1 4 1it 4
and Harleyville schools not reportel•
ilainea—Aaroneburibrarumar tel.` ool
G 6 ;. Alireaphum. primary
; Pine Cieeti4o; WOOdWarW; 4; IS;
VetiadiNi and • Mutintiiiif
Schools not reported. • -
Halftonen—Centre 'Line school; - 72•:
Siornistolin. 80 ; Eighth Square:- 83
Lovelown. 85 ;
_Hartle— Houverville school. 60 ;Shin
gletown, 80; Walnut Grove, 70; Rook
Hill, 67; End of Mountain. 74; Boats
burg North, Boalsburg South, Centre
Furnace, Big Hollow andßranch eohools
'Toward—Mechanicsville leltool. 77 ;
Fairview, 84; Kennedy., 75; Howard
Furnace, 80 ; Gravel Hill, 79 ; Glassney,
83 ; 'Toward Borough, not reported;
Iluston—Julian eatiool, 63; WiMaw,-
94 ; Black Oak, 61.
Liherty—Union echool, 79; Bitner'i.
90 ; Eagleville drammar, second and
third grade, and Hunter's Run cc hools,.
Marion—Upper Marion school, 61 ;
Fowlering, 78 ; Jacksonville Grammar
sad Primary, and Lower Marion nut re
MilePburgh Borough—M ilesburg High
school, 98; second grade 90; third grt de
School," 64 ; Brung
hart's school, 95 ; Gramley!s school, 74;
Madi sonburg Grammar school, 79; Re
bersburg Grammar school, 72 ; 'Wolf's,
Forster's, Madisonburg and Rebersburg
Primary schools not reported.
Patton—Stony Point school. 61 ; Woul
die's school, 84; Pleasant Hill, 89; Bed
and Fairview not reported.
Penn—Millheim Grammar school, 77:
?dillheim Primairy school, 89; Liberty,"
55; Pike, 66 ; Gentsle's, 95 , Snavely's,
83 ; :Elk Creek not reported.
Potter.—Earlytown schonl. 76; Fair
view school, 60: Loop, 62; Pine Sump.
80; PAteee Mills Primary, 64 ; Potter's
Mills Grammar, 80; Prosprct Mitls, 70
Centre HMI Grammar, Cherchville, Plum
Grove, Whiskey Hollow. Centre Hill.
Cold Spring. Pine Grove. Tusrey Sink
and Centre Hall Primary schools nut re- .
Philipsburg Boro.—Philipsburg third
Grade. 80; Primary, 76 ; other seboule
of the Boro not reported.
Rush.—Cold Stream school. 90; Black
Bear, Powelton and Potter's not report . -
Snow Shoe.—Askey's school, 66 ; Mo
*balloon, 46 ; Depot and Gray's schools
Spring.—Flarrisonville, school. 64;
Musser's, 87 ; Piecing Creek.. 72; Oak
Grove, 72; Pleasant Gap, 88; Weaver's.
Fairvirw.Boiling Spring and Valentine's
school not retorted. •
Taylor.—Henderson's school, 70; Mt
Vernon, 85 ; Wild Wood not reported.
Unionville Bore.—Net reported. '
Union.—Rusles . School, 78 ; Belle
Gi.ove. 85; Cherry Grove tit Plum Grove
schools not reported.
Walker.—Zion school. 75 ; Snyder's.
77 ; Forrest 69 ; Hublereburg High - . 85
Franklin Grammar, 94; Hecht, Wolf's.
Hublersburg and Franklin Primary
schools, not reported.
Worth.—Sunny Side school, 71; Pl'k
Road,.Bl ; Reese!S and Conler's schools
It will be seen by the above report,
taat. i tie blilesiburg,W..
twittnyer, teacher — bas 98 per cent.at
tendance—highest per tent. in county.
Penn-95 per cent. Franklan Gram
mar, Walker, and William's school, Hus
ton, 94 per cent.
The !tinsels prevailing . in some Dis
tricts, accounts for the low per tentage
in these Districts.
PRALIC SALE.--There will be exposed
to public sale on the 24th day of March
1869, at the residence of - Jacob Showers,
Gregg tp., near Spring Mills. the follow. :
ing personal property,. to wit : • . -
Two head of good • .work. horses, 2
two horse . wagons, 1 top buggy, 1 thresh-.
tog machine, horse power, shaker and
strap complete, 5 cows, 7 head of young
cattle,.l sow and 8 pigs. 1 good grain
drill, I corn sheller, I good fanning mill,
1 buckeye reaper. plows, harrows, cul
: grain in the ground, 1 cook
stove•and pipe. togither with a large lot
of konsehold and kitchen furniture. It
Will be a large sale. Every person wish
ing any Of the above articles should at
tend. " .• .•
CoNcritr.—There will be a Musical
Conventitiri in • Shiloh Church, !Hawn
near Michtel Groves, on the turnpike
leading •frem Bellefonte to Boaleburg,
commencing on Widne-day the 3d day
of March. and continue Thurs - lay and
Friday, closing with a grand concert on
Friday night. Miss. Bynder, the cele
brated pianist and organist will be pees
cot.. ..Proceeds to go to the benefit of the
Church. An invitation to attend is ex
tended to. sell.
MILLEROn the 2nd ult., Anna Elizabeth
Miller, aged 2 yrs„ 6 months and 10 days.
"Weep not for me mother. Your lap is
my dying bed. and Heaven is my home."
Grain and Flour Markets.
- • BELLEFONTIL.MET. 3, 1369. •
Flour per barrel $9 00
White wheat per buobel
Rye per Intehel
Buckwheat per bus.
Clorereeed " "
- Provision Market.
• Apples, dried, per lb $0 121415
Peaches, " ,- " 20@25
, Vierries, ." " " 20
I..eans per quart....
l i ter per lb 40
Beefaleak per 11,.. 20125
Beef r.lests • ' 18 20
• ebiokens;. each, live 25
T.iylteys, " ". • .... • ... 65@1 00
Cheose per lb .......... 22 ®25
Mania.. " "25
Bacon .- , —,.., (616
Lard. per lb @22
Mutton and Lamb per 1ib.....„ . 10:20
!cal cutlets per lb •• ' ...... w . - 20
'Potatoes per bus, ......,..... $1 30
! - Dried Beef. ._, 28
Bituminus Coil at now She Depot
Sunned Coal $4.50 frer-ton .
Rub of Mines • - 7 SO per ton
lfine•Coadr=- - - 2-.USI-per ton
Lumber 9$ Sugar- Shoe Depot. •
,pi„..Boaras. Run. of Mill 81£ 1 .00 per •IVf
,pi ne :gourd!. Cum! ' " 14.00 per . 1 5
Bat Stuff • . 15.00 *pre M .
Heti lock 'P"ar l " . 14.00 per M
.. . '.
Corrected Week!. 9 by Geo 41 3. P. Blymyer
MIL, NOT. PA., Mar. 3, 1869.
White Wheat, tit b, isbel $1 55
Red " ~ .• •1 45
Rye V Imbel 1 20
. . 55
Barley 1 50
Flaxseed . 1 75
CloVerseed • .... ...... ... 8 ('0
:Plaster 10 00
Fine Salt, American . 2 50
Coarse.... " 2 75
ti. A. Salt ..... 3 00
Limeburners Coal ... 4 50
Stove Coal, Wilkes Barre 8 00
WEDNESDAY, Mar. 3. 1869
FLO Norrhweetern extra fami
ly $6 75@7 50. Wheat selling slawly ; red
$1 BO@ 190; amber $1 35. Rye steady.
Corn in fair demand; yellow $89@900. Oats
steady" at 72@75c for western. Provisions
Rimer; mess pork $32 50@33 99. Petrol
eum unchanged. Whisky dull and unchan-
Narzcz—Farmers in want of any of the
following articles would do well to call on
Isaac - Haupt, or on Haupt t Co., at Miles
Five good new 2 horse wagons, one new
trotang buggy, two Carts, One Spring and
truck wagon also, a lot of the best new
plows and conk stoves, ever offered for sale
in this County. Terms and prices to suit
Also, a fine lot of Bill, timber, chestnut
poste and chestnut rails. Be sure to call be
fore purchasinm. elsewhere.
TAKE A,LOOK AT THE SIGNS.—AII men of
business within the range of this and adjoin
ing counties, when they visit Bellefonte,
should not fail to inspet the splendid signs
of the First National Bank, Reync ids & Co's.
flank, and Zimmerman Bro's. & Co; also
the numerous smaller professional " shin
gles" scattered over the town. Also the
sign of the Brocaerhoff House, all executed
by our friend, and late editor and publisher
of the Central Press, Julie G. KURTZ' For
.Iy.ork of this description, call at his office.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
GENTLEMEN & YOUNG LADIES
Next Term commences on Thursday Febru-
The design of this Institution is to fur
nish thorough instructions in the Elementa
ry and Higher English Studies, Mathema
ties, Bouk-Seeping, Drawing, Ancient and
Modern Languages, and in all the branches
of a complete Academic course.
• Speoial attention is given to Instrumental
and Vocal Musio• The latter is taught to
all the pupils without extra charge.
Male pupils from abroad board in the
School Building, under the supervision of
A limited number of Young Lady pupils
is received into the immediate family of the
EVERY NECEFSARY ATTENTION
is given to the hPaltb, comfort, and mora
and intellectual improvement of the ,upils.
For further particular:,
ress, Rev. J. P. HUGHES,
ja27'69.tf. - Principal.
_ DRY GOODS„
DO NOT FORGET
That the pbtee to bay Cheap Goode,
Co. Sup' e.
JOAN IF. COOKE'S
CHEAP CASH STORE,
REYNOLDS' ARC ‘DE, ALLEGHENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, P.,,
We start. d ut on the principles of"Sniall
profit? and 'quick Returns," and . how well
ve succeeded is known to everybody.
.01JR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE ANL
are of the very best quality and are sold at
the most reasonable rates. We pay at all
times the highest cash price fur Wheat,
Rye, Oats, Corn and Barley. We
most Cordially invite everybody
to give us a call, before pur
chasing elsewhere. Do
not forget the place.
REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGHENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
GEO. W. FAIRER & CO.,
No. 4, RUSH'S ARCADE.
LADIET a GENTLEMEN'S FURNISH
VURS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS.
Flanels, Muslim, Calicoes, Coverlets,
Delanes. Hoods, Gloves and Fancy Work
baskets (fur sale by
ja6'69.1,1 G. W. FAIRER tt CO.
V ilTinr-PQ r 7 •
71i1PHY-RS. Zephyr Patterns, Ger
mantown Wool. Shetland Wool, Faney
Trimmings of all bleb f r sale by
LADIES' and Misses Shoes, Ladies'
and Misses 'Condor Cothing, for sale by
G. W. FAIRER, & CO.
G ENTS' Under Clothing - & Ready
-made 01 erehiTta for sale by
G. W. FAIRER & CO.
FIIRS From $3 to $75 per Sett, for
sale by G. W. FAIRER k CO.
LANES' and Misses Hoop Skirts,
Balmaral Skirts of aßgracjes, for Bale
cheap by G. W. FAIRER CO.
QENTS' Home-made Wool Socks;
for rate by G. W. FAIRER 1 CO.
I AWES' and Gents' - Searle . for
.sate by G. W. FAIRER do CO.
DOLLS, of ail kinds For Children
for bale.by G. W. FAIRER k CO.
E ARE selling off. our present
Stook at exeeedinly low prices, so
that persons wishing bargains should call on
us Wore pifrehasirig elseivhere.
G. W. FAIRER. h. Co.
TOTS of all kir Fie, at .
BURNSIDE a TIIuMAS'
NE IV' STORE
L HARPER BROTHERS
Have opened up an
'3NTIRE NEW STOCK of GOODS
'ere very deseription,at their new store,
room on Spring dtreet ; which were
pureha - sed at
and will 13C sold as low if not lower,
than can be found elsewhere in thi
section. The:r stock comprises i.
Dry Goods, • •
Boots £ Shoes,
Rats tk. Caps,
Gentlemen and Ladi •
Fgtnishing Goode, I
Ladies Cloaks k Circulars,'
• In Silk and Cloth, •
C a rpeting„
rind ever) 'thing else that is to 11,
found in a %well stocked country store.
taken in excliange for goods, and
the highest mallret price paid.
GREAT EXC ITVMENT !
PRICES REDUCED 1 I
HOWELL, GILLIAND &CO
of Bush'a Arcade. in Rooms No. 1 and 2
have just returned from the city with one of
the largest and best assortments of Goods,
*Ter brougt t to Centre co.
Having the Largest assortment of Dry
Goods and Groceries.they are able to rule
We ask an examination of the Ladies
CALICO FROM g to 15 cis Per Yard.
Muslim that will astonish the purchaser
Carpets at old fashioned prices.
The largest assortment of Cassimere in
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 (D COFFEE
Canned Fruits, Jellies, 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-
LOON to your interest.
One dollar saved is still one dollar in
your pocket. Then call and see at what
astonishing Low Prices.
HOWELL GILLILAND & CO.
are selling Dry Goods and
No pains spared in showing their Goods.
If not as represented we will pay you for
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
Bush's Arcade, Rooms No. I and 2-
for Men and Boye;ie at
J. W. COOKE.
G W. FAIRER tE CO
PHIL ADELPHLA STOitE!.
KELLER & MUSSER
ANOTHER NE* STORE HE .
ANOTR NEW STORE
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
SELLER & MUSSER bare Just Opened
the'best, cheapest, largest, as well as the
best assorted stock of Goods in Bellefonte
or Centrallyania, at their new
• PHILADELPHIA STORE, in •
BRot'KEREIOFF'S BLOCK, Biehop Se.
FOR THE LADIES.
They have Silks, Coburgs Alpacas, Merinos,
Wool Delainee,Lustres, Ginghams,
Prints, Popling„LSWAS, Hand
kerchiefs, Kid aid other
Gloves, HO'siery, Bel
• aid a general re
Ribbons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc.,
at the lowestprices
They have Blsek and Blue, Clothe, Flack
- and Fancy Cassinieres, Sattinette,
Tweeds, Melton!, Water-proof
Cloth, Bilk, Satin and common
Vestings, etc., in great
variety, and at prices
that will give
Their READY MADE CLOTHING is
cheap. and consists of
Overcoats, Dress coats, of various qualities
and prices, Plain and Fancy Vests, Cassi•
mere and Flannel t.vershirts, Woolen and
Cotten undershirts, Handkerchiefs, neok ties,
ko., dm, &c.
Calf and Rip
. Boots and• Shoes,
Gum Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, and
in endless variety, such, as Carpets, Oil
'Cloths, Rugs, Brown' Milano!, Bleaohed
• 'Muslim Drillings, Shootings, Table
• Clothe, &c„ &c., io.
Their itock - of QUE4NSWARE & GRO
CERIES•eannot be excelled in quality or
Call in at the Philadelphia StOre and con
vinceyourselves that KELLER £ MUSSER
have everything you want and do tontines/
on the principle of "Quick Sisleii and Small
Piofait. • • - •
GRAIN AND PRODttqC Alfa.T4.llllX.
NEW GOODS LAND NEW PRI
HIGH RATES RUBBED OUT!
GOODS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICES,
ilOFFlilt, & IMO'S.
Would respeotfullyinform their old friends,
that they are daily receiving s large
STOOK OF GOODS OF ALL KINDS,
which they are offering at the very lowest
COnsisting of the latest style/ of novas])
AND PLAIN ALPACAS, Figured and plain al
Wool pelaine. •
Shepherd Plaids, Black Silks, Summer
Silks, Irish. Poplins ' 'White Goode
White Counterpnnes, Linen and Cat
ton Sheetings. Checke . Ginghams,"
• Bedticks, Flannels. it!, &0.. &o.
Shepherd Plaid Balmorale,
Cloth, Cassimeres, Velvetine, 'Cord&
roy. Kentucky Johns,' Drills, -Ladies
Cloaking, Pain Colors, Middlesex Cloths,
AND PLAIDS OF . VARIOUS , CQLORS
A full line of Clothe, Cassiraeres, Sati
netts, and Vesting, all kinds and prices,
which ',Mho sold cheap. We hare con
stantly on hand a large and well selected
itiink of all kinds of ••
-CROCKERY,. • • ,
, . SALT, tic
Which we will dispose of at the'
_ lowest cash piices.
All kinds Of country produce taken in ex
change for goods, and the h+gh.eg marks
FRIENDS AWARE TO YOUR INTER
For we feelsatided that we eaustlit your
TASTES as A 4 eil as your PIIRSES•
F. S. WILSON'S DRUG STORE
NEW. L DOA .T.102f.
Southwest Corner of High and Alle
gheny StreetB, Bellefonte, Pa.
(No.l. Baoazwaorea Row.)
The subscriber respectfully +=cranes, to
hie numerous acquaintances and the plane
in general that he nae removed his
DRUG de MEDICINE STORE,
• the corner room, of Drokerbora new
building on the Diamond; where be nite
constantly on hand, a large stook of
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DYE
' STUFFS, GLASS, INSTRU
. MENTS, VARNISH,
Maned Oil; Coal Oil, Lamps, Chimneys
Bruelles,.flair Oil, Extracts, Toilet
Soaps, Tobacco, Segars, so., &e.
Also a variety *Of fancy articles too nu
merous to mention, which he offers at low
rates, and warrants the qualities of the arti
cles as represented. Purchasers will please
remember this, and examine the qualities
and prices of his goods before purchasing
Physicians' Prescriptions and Fam
ily Receipt's 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 an 'hand and for sale.
• • F. S. WILSON.
N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposite Court Sousa
Would respectfully call the attention of the
citizenq of Bellefonte and vieinity, to the su
perior quality of
FRESH MEAT! FRESH MEAT I
Constantly to be found on baud.
always on hund
EMMY - AND PROVISION AO A
2'WENTTI I 2.I? CENT SAVEA
IT is now an established fact that (Indef.
ies of, all kinds are now to be obtained at
GROCERY. AND_ PROVISION STORE.
On Allegheny, Street- Saliekote,
twenty per cent..chpappi . than. at. any. other
establishment bh lona or country, 4flowt
of the very • best quality, kept cos ;
hustly on hand. Roaadiparheeet
keepers, and Beady of &milk*
would do well . tii , ghee him a,
tall before pantie:ling
Where.. Po, not. forgot
Bt. ItIINKLIt. •
',OFFER, Tea, Sugar, Moline., in short
‘../ everything usually kept-stuAlroeery
Store, for sale low, at . M. RIMICT•E'S.
PEAS, Beane, Soup Peas, Soup Dews, for
eale cheap, at M. RUNKLE'S.
CANNED Peaches, Canned Tosnatoes
Canned Apples, Canned Cora, Canned
Fruits of aft' kinds kept &Instantly oreErttd
at M. RUNKLE'S."
DREED Peaches, Dried Apiohsti Driel
Currants, Dried Fruit o f a
RUN ll kinds at
CCANDIES, Candies. A splendid variety
of Candies and Nuts fes sale low at
QUEENSWARE of tbe.very beat cletelity
for sale cheap, at bI:RUNKLE'S.
WILLOW Baskets, and Willow Ware of
V V all kinds and rim, for Bale cheap, at
OLIES, Lrmons, Figs and Nuts, far
solo at • M. RUNKLE'S.
?TOBACCO, Tobacco. Chewing Tobaeoe,
Snuff and Began, the very-best awl g
all kinds, at M. ItIINIT.WII.
CUCUMBER aid othor Pickles, Tomato'
Catsup; Kantorlas Jollier of allkist de
GLASSWAItt, Glass Fruit Jsrs sad
ur Dillies, a gm isiortm•at at
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY.
One Door North of Main intratioo t. Brook-
Dealer in Pura Drugs and Medicines, En
glish and American Perfumery; Hair, Neil
and Tooth Brushes, Pocket Books, Combs,
and a geieral.assortnient of Nancy Goode,
inch as are usually kept in first class Drag
Stoves. He is also SOLE PROPRIETOR o
the following articles, which have slimly
attained a lag sale,
SOLELY ON TEIZIR 01 . 9 N 'MERITS,
and which, tie -foptilrohou)d bo without.
GREEN'S OELEBRATED LIVER Pills
are a mild and effectual cathartic, aad u at
remedy in Liver domplaint and Female dis
eases, are uusurpseeed. No;e Efeauiae with
THE SIGNATURE OF P. P. GRUEN,
around the Boa
GREEN'S VEGETABLE PAIN HILL
er, as . a reliever of. pain, is a medicine for
either internal-or:external use and is num
passed for the diseases for which it is recom
mended. Put up in- bottles, and retails at
ets. 50 and one . dollar. •
COMA, RRIVITT . OT OR • ia, 14 its agate
A RESTORIM OF TH.E - SAIR
it is an elegant hair dressing, removes dan
druff, cures all eruptions of the scalp; re-
Etbres gray - hair to' its'original - coley,. and
stimulates the growth of the hair and whis
kers. Price $1:00.
Plapiciaas Presoriptions, and family •neo
ipes carefully compounded.
• Patent. Medieieer of an kinds. kept, con
stantly on band or purchased to order..
CHAS. T. FRYBERGER,
• Wholesale and Retail Dealer - la
TOBACCO AND SEGASS,
BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL.
NAVY, -lb sad !b.
Cut and Dry Smoking Tobacco of all Wade,
alBo &mars of all grader ind prices
at sl3..per thonseadOtad
PIPES, SEGAR CASES,
And all the various kinds of artieles usually
kept in a Tobacco Stns. Goods will
be sold wholesale at manufacturer's
prices. Give 111 a trial. I in
vita all to 001110 and see
Store No:l—Opposite Broekerboff Itoussr.
Store No. 2—Corner Room in Bush .11 - Me-
Clain's new Buildirig, Bellefonte; Pe.
A LARGE STOCK or
SACZ AND 11 . ANAtEL SALT
*Et hand and for sale *heap, at - Wholerale
and Retail, at the Wa.ehouse of
CEO. & JOE. P. BLYMYER,
MILROY, MIFFLIN COUNTY; PENN A
Penns Valley merchants will find it to their
interest to send to us for our Whole
sale Prices. Salt in good packages
always on hand. Give us
GEO. & JOE. P. BLYMYER.
M. J. & L C. COLE,
BROKERHOI I III MILL,
Haying leased this most excellent Mill.we
are prepared to furnish Farmers, Merhints,
and all others, with first,elass . deur. Was
purchase Wheat„Rye, COM, Suckwheady
Barley, Oats, and all other kind' of grain at
the highest market price.
Lumbermen, Manufacturer', M. chants,
and others are respectfully incited On /end
in their orders.' Address, or call on
T. J. a L. C..COLJ,
• Bellefonte, Pa.
ARCADE P,ALPON: .
, dEO. M. PECK, k r.
hereby inform my friends's - ad Alm
generally that I continii, kw tbq,.
in Bush's Bleak, adjoining : rsawan,
!arid é Store. M*llll o .4in be obtained ;
at ALL HOURS during the day.. Oysters:.
the very beet, cooked in, every style.. Mule
provided for Regular Boarders when order.
ed, and at reasonable rates: Thankful to
the public for put favors, the continuation.
of these favors is .respectfully.
feb 17'60.1y. 4 . M. RIME.?
SADDLERY, to.anit tha trade, at
NAILS; in: diet and kiwi", st
('i "iO6 111 0
‘4. IaWILS inije