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Wednesday Morning, March 10, '69
.& Co , have just
re-eked a very large consignment of
Wilkes Barre and Shamokin Anthracite
Tits Drum Sore of P. P. Green will be
removed, April Ist. 1869, from Brooker
hoff's row, to the nlw Hotel of Bucl &
McLain, over the creek. Jan. 20t f.
'Ton SALE —A fiat class farm, within
twn miles of Bellefonte, it. row for Pale.
Any person wishing to buy. can learn
full p rt iculnrs. by calling at the office
of tbe Bellefonte Republican.
"CENTRAL CITY.”—We thank our cor
respondent, "Central Ci , y," for his con
tribution Agitate, agitate. The great.
Martin Luther reformed the world by
Prencannstua.—The new building. on
the corner bf Bishop and Allegheny ses,
commenced a few weeks ago by Mr. Ed
ward Brown, is progressing rapidly.—
We hope that, as the Spring opens,mon
ey will become easier. and that new
houses will spring up all over our hills.
GROCETLllls.&c.—Persons wishing good
and cheap groceries, canned fruits of all
kinds, dried peaches, apples, cherries,
the best. sugar-cured hams. &c.. should
ca/1 without delay upon M. Runkle. at
his cheap Grocery store, on Allegheny
street. 'ft is certainly the largest, as
well as the cheapest Grocery store in
town. Give him a call.
SOMETHING NEW.—We were shown a
pair of boots last week, manufactured
by Jno. Powers, for Mr. George Hast
ings. that surpassed anything of the kind
we have ever seen. They were the Na
poleon riding boot. Mr. Powers is a
firt•t class workman, as everybody here
knows. and by th. manufactory of the
fret pair - of Napoleon riding:boots"eyer
made in our town, has added another
laurel t o his already splendid repo! at inn
Call and see him.
Itturr.rtv. cRsTCHIT.—We were In error
lt•st werk, when we stated that Mr Mc
-Knight was about to erect two fine dwel
line 'Rm.'s on flig,h sort-et We should
have said Curtin streat. We wt.re wrune
in the name of ;he str:tet but correct in
the fact that tw , t more houres were tt, he
added to our town. , We hayi-r he will not.
stop itnpr , vinz until he has &tint ten or
a dozpn house". Ho owns sercral or the
hatalsonmp lots in town There should
be a house on every one or them.
F. S. WILSON —lt affnrls us pleasu-e
to state that there is no truth in the ru
mor, set afloat. that F. S Wilson intends
to remorehiS Drug Store to the Bush
McLain building, near the Depot: It is
a false rumor. fie trill continue in the
old stand Boom-No. 1, in Broke-1110n;
row. Mr. Wilson his ju=t returned front
the city; where lie purchased a large
stock of perfitmerie+ and fancy articles.
which he ttffers for sale at reduced priers.
The ladies. and all their friends, should
call and see him.
A Mearrottrous AILTICIA —We are
tired of this idea of "puffing" humbug
medicines that are constantly thrown into
community. But when an article comes
into the musket that is really worthy of
cowmen!, we.are happy to make public
acknowlediernent, trusting that some
benefit may arise therefrom. Dr.. R. V.
Pierce. of Buffalo. N. ,is the proprietor
of Dr Sage's Catarrh Remedy, and we
knore . it to be a good article, and a sure
cure for that. loathsome disease, Catarrh.
It is sold by most Druggists, or may be
obtained for sixty Cents throngo the
mail by addressing the proprietor as
_BELLEFONTE kLEWISBUDG R. R —We
learn from the Lewisburg Chronicle and
the Nlifilinburg Telegraph that Union
county is beaming fully aroused to the
importance of alta.ilroad. from Bellefonte
to Lewisburg. We hope they will con
tinue to agitate the question. Our Penns
valley farmers and merchants should
loose no time in showing their Union
county neighbors that they, too, se* the
importance of this road, and are ready
to co-operate with them, to the utmost
of their abilitp. For the benefit of those
interested,*we copy the following com
munication from the Telegraph:
" LETTER FROM LEWISBURG.
"I am glad to see agitation on the ques
tion of a Railroad through our valley.
The time is peculiarly favorable. The
Snowshoe COmpsny is looking for anoth
er outlet Their recent survey from
Belle forte via Penn's valley to Lewis
town, 1 learn presents obstacles that are
insurmountable. A liberal movement On
the pan of our propir, might now , induce
that interest to unite with ns inlileCOU-
k , TUC , i.'ll of our,wad and
. 1 . 11 , 141E40g
;! . ;It i!olcf snek
aat~•:1 e n ,
or, 1.1 this
Rain oat; Co., otta .tte ,y,, r k c ow .
pan) for the poeset.eitaiof estcrit . road t
and the cat ing trade tta the Atlantic
cities. The Penna. Co.. to compete sill.
-our northern r o ads thust take freight
Irian oil points West and deliver it in
New Yerkon terms as favorable as her
competitors.. To cheapen transportation
shortening the road becomes a matter of
the first ituFoitance. This route accom
plishes that end and is therefore a Work
of greatim . portaitee to the Penna.
"Thai compansi•se commenced work on
this line aTta in connection_ with the
Lewi.burg Bridge Co. wilt s3on thtve
investment •f.nearly tiro hundred
and dollarsoite portion of this lutnish
ell by the railroad company can be made
pay only by the exten.von of Me rood to
sow western connection livery d,,lLsr tI%-
vet , ' ed by abut COMpally makeS It
probable tweause more to them ilitoreA
to cootittue t e work.
"rhe par•i.e, esrtd the :flock it
the le wh.l.urg Bridge, Co., eott;(1 alarm
well affurclto make a lutudsogle sul?scrip
ti9n to theltkilroad, as the extension of
the road would add to the value of their
bridge investment more than would com
pensate for the ri-k in the railroad Stock.
What is wanted to insure success is vig
orous ant. liberal aclisqz cm the part of
those immediately interested. The peo
ple in the main are right but they must
have leaders. Let them be men a cour
age and will, men who will set au exam
ple of liberality, not. afraid to' spend
their time and their money. a.nd.success
will come. Well directed. constant and
united effort succeeds in all its en' er
pr;zes, and fails in none. Your people,
and those still farther west, are most
deeply - interested, let them strike the
first blow, and they m'y rely on a sub
slantica response from this place.•
"March 1, 1869. "LEwanuna."
Messrs. Brown 114tchison, Editor., of
Bellefonte Republican: Gentlemen have.
of lute, seen some sketches written en the
subject of the c•untemplated Railroad
from Bellefonte to Lewisburg, in Union
county, an enterpri4e, if carried into ef
fect., would do more to enhance the yid
tie of property in Centre county. than all
the improvements yet made. Your farm
ers and monied men all claim that we
can't now build Railroads; money is very
tight, and our taxes are very heavy.—
Well. that is all true; but many a man
would have been ruined by debt, had be
not made another debt to help him out.
I rode night and day, part of the time,
for two years. insisting on people of
means to contribute money to make the
B E V. Railroad. They invariably said,
"ene,or 2 two:horse teams can do all our
freighting. and a two-horse coach is not
kept busy carrying the passengers to and
from, and how are you to support a Rail
road, even if you had it made?" Well,
after a great deal of pressure, it was
made. The county is well versed in the
No, gentlemen, you can make the
aforesaid road witlt•ut investing a dol
lar. How ? I answer, let each proper
ty holder, who does not want to ihvest
money, place a roorlgtge on his property
of 10 per cent, of the value thereof, say
to tun ten yours, with ti per cent. inter
est. payable semi annually. Let these
bonds be place I in the hands of such a
mon as W F. Reynolds, who can raise
the money on thern,•a.nd let the cotopany
organized, create a loan on the road
for a ike amount, and ;n lien of slid
utortgays, let erch man have traulerred
to him a like ar.oun• of said bonds.
Well. one tellow sapt the hods may
never 1);.: paid. Let us look for a mem( tit,
taking for granted velert is not likely,but
for the a .ke of argument, we cvili admit.
j Atmut six mo airs since. I chanced to be
in Lancaster city, and bu loess called roc
to a business ratit's &Sit. In a short
time a German gentleman stepped up and
it:gulled of the gentleman whether it
would be convenient f a.- him to Cork over
a small sum due him ? • Certainly," was
the reply. "Been purchasing another
fit m, I suppose?" ••Yes. I bought a fif y
acre lot then: her day." •'What! that o d,
rickety filly Peres. witlvart htmse; barn
or fence 1" Yes.' "Suppose 3on did
not pay much?" ' - No, not =ch."-
-Welt. whit did you pay ? "-Why, I
got. it cheap; I only gave four hundred
dollars an Acre, cash." "What. !" said I;
"four hundred dollars an acre?'' "Yes,"
'.Why," said I. "c ;me up to Centre coun
ty. and you oqn buy more than four
times that amount of good land for that
money. and better land than you have io
Lancaster catinty." ••Why," said he,
"what would I do with it away up there,
out of the world, where you have no
Railroads—no markets?" Well, you
would soon find these fellows coming tip
your new 'Railroad, and where you can
not now get eighty dollars per acre, you
could get, three hundreol, how much
, would you lose, provided your thoustind
dollar mortgage was never paid; but
! that's not so; it. would be paid, and pay
you back one thousand per cent. But
come, gentlemen; no excuse for not hav
ing a Railroad right along. Pay one or
two • good men to spend six months
in this enterprise, • and it must
come. That's not all; you will be much
gratified when you get a ride at the rate
of thirty miles per hour over it. If any
person has ought to say, let him say it
now, or forever ho d his peace, Who will
take hold ? CENTA AL CITY
Written _March, 4th—Afternoon
DEAR REPTIBLICAN:—I thank God we
have now an honest man at the head of
our Government. An hour ago be took
the oath of office, and we shall now have
The greatest ass that ever disgraced
the Presidential.ebair has beets removed.
The last of the "deninitinn moist un
pleasant b: dies ef,the conspitors"— ren
dered itif,m •us and damned by the as
sa-sinatiftta or Abraham Litcoln—was
, :our ago Irinded "vi-r its frtends roe
to 37 , noe••ee. le.
it rein..in forever .n: d! F - .r the sake
,-f huni a y, n :ee-ney. don t
sviempt to resui re:it. it. .I.),:n"t. expo:ie
111 , rat.en 01,1 e,g cuss the public gaze.
unl..s the citizens of 8. mr Ku-Klnx
town want it fA•Aideinan of .oniebo‘lj
I hope the whitened sepulchre. in
which this mass of critroptiim has re,ted
r;iuce:ts decease, will be thor ughly re
novated before the new President, and
Ms "gods wife," R ill be asked to oaclpt
I wonder what :hey will do with the
rubbish ? Where w th ey put the old tot
tZes—and what will become of the empty
barrels? Will they throw them into the
Potomac, anti renew the "battle of the
We bid Andy go-id-by with few regre:s.
and hope he will "out i.tick" far Tennes
see To wooed." I wish I had the privil
eL!e of eluting itie.s-iek. and •ipplyitig it
to Andy—just wnere I want to I would
cu t a god I.l , :tay one. tif good loyal
y„,„, I, - an d there w ul I he ig -r in :hi:
(30,1r1 byt, Andy, e•.aker gond t),5
Be sure to take with you yeas gut r0tti.4:..7
Jo -; g o with rllk and a b' the of brady,t
MILESBORG, P. . Mar. 8, 18G8
Our Western Letter.
To have you say longer would be very un
You have now stayed so long, that to have
you stay long.r.
Would Make the smell 'round the White
Douse grow stronger and stronger,
Away to them .untains of old Tennessee.
There you can spree out p.ur continuous
G , , Andy, go; and leave the White 'House--
For I tell you true, Andy, you're entirely
The time has come, Andy, when you must
You can go to your shop and cook your
Come, Amp, quick, gather up all your pil•
And strike for the South and your own
Whtreynu know you can again - run for 'AI-
But if you stay here you may get in the
halter, man. •
ir nn yam. way South yan tho of yourloada,
You can stop and see Yashy at Confedrit
Yon will find the Old Postmaster feeling
And you can replenish your stock of bad
Rip—bang—snap. There, the ma
'chine is broke, and that is the end of my
doggerel. I don't mean that it is wri-
ten about a dog! It is my maiden
"pome." I don't mean it's written about
a maiden, for Andy ain't a maiden.—
There would be ns vdt tue in such an as
sertion. I claim this "pome," and I
caution your Democratic newspapers not.
to copy it without credit. It is solemn
ly and prayerfully dedicated to A John
son, lat,e Alderman—Conspirator and
President. Your own
LONG—On the sth inst., at his residence in
Howard Mr. John Long, at the age of 79
Grain and Flour Markets.
BELLEFONTE. MT. 10, 1569.
Fleur per bnrrel $9 00
White wheat per bushel 1 fie
Red wheat 1 50
Rye per bushel
Buckwheat per bus
Cleverseed " •'
A pples.'dried, per lb $0 12 ®l5
Peaches, " I'. " 2U®25
Cherries, " It it . 20
Beene per quart .... 15
Butter leer lb Ql4O
Beefsteak per ra: ... 21 1 ®25
Reef roasts 18020
Chickens, each. lire 2.5
T.trkeys, " " . .... ....... ... 65® 100
Chi ese per lb 22@25
flacon .. .. .(4)16
Lard, yer lb 61)22
pugs. " d,,e .... 25
Mutton end Lamb per 11. . 1 r ®2O
Veal cutlets per lb ..... @2O
Potatoes per bus $1 t 0
Dried Beet 2$
Bituminus Coal at Snow Shoe Depot.
Screned Coal $1.5 0 per ton
Run of Mines 2.80 per ton
Fine Coal 2 00 per ton
Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot:
Pine Bonr.is. Run of AWL. ....$lB. O O. per Ili
Pine Boi,rlis, Culls 11.00 per :11 .
Hemlock But• Stuff 15.0 1 1 per M
Hemlock Boers. 14.00 per Si
Corrected Weekly by Geo- &J. P. Biymyer•
MIT.Ror. PA.. Mar. 10. 1809..
White-Wheat. "f; bushel Sl .55
Red " ..... ... 145
live tr? huahel 1 20
Oats -* 55
Barley 1 50
PlaxAeeil 1 75
rloverseed ......... . ......... 8 t 0
Plastf-r 12 00
Pin , . Salt, American 2 50
Coarse._ it 2 75
G. A. Salt 3 00
Limeburners Coal . 4 50
Stove Coal, Wilhes Barre 8 00
WEDNESDAY. Mar. 10, 1868
FLOUR.—dull: common drooping; sales
1.200 1111 , 1 northwestern extra fam Ict at
$6 75®7 50; Ohin $S®9; fancy $10@12;
Wheat dull and declined 5c ; red $165®1 70.
white $1 90 ®2 10. Rye steady. Corn 'lull
and drool ing ; sales 2,000 hush yellow at 95c.
Oats steady at 74@76 for western. Petrole
um unchanged. Whisky dull at 97c@$1.
TAKE / Loox 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, Reynolds ft- Co's.
Bank. and Zimmerman Bro's. & Co ; also
the numerous smaller professional " shin
gles" scatterer. over the town. Also the
sign of the Brockerhoff !louse. all executed
by our friend, and late editor and publisher
of the Central Press. JuHN G. Kunvz• For
work of this description, call at his office.
B ELLEFONTE ACADEMY
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG
GENTLEMEN & YOUNG LADIES
Next Term commences on Thursday Febtu
The desivn of this Institution is to fur
t.ish 'thorough instructions in the Elementa
ry and Higher English -Studies, Matbetua
BM , Ic-Kiwping, Drawing, rdent and
Modern Lang.mges. end in all the branches
of a complete Academic course.
Special attention is given to Instrumental
and Vocal Music. Tim latter is taught to
all the pupi's without vitro- charge.
Male Pupils fr., m abroad board in the
-School Building, under the supervision of
. . . -
A limited number'of Young Lady pitons
is received inta the immediate family of the
glcen to the hPalth. comfort, and mora
and intellectual improcement of the Emile
For further particular'.
Ad ress, Bev. J. P. 11UGHES,
~ 1 . J3.11T5. AND- SECRETS OF THE
A work desetiptiva of Washington City ;
peirte r rid . o.utlide linumsked and Ex
ed. The spiriest. most thrilling. most en
tr , rtaining. instruetytre : and startling hook of
the day. Off": end for (`iri•nlars.with tet
4-e. • Address UNITED ST TES PUB
LISHING CO., 411 Broom Street. New
$5OOO a year can be made by live
gents. selling my new and ea/-
noble inretition. Address J. AHEARN, 63
Second St., Baltimore, SSd, fe24 89 4w.
1 h o TEACHERS WANTED.—S7S to SIP
Ulf per mouth ; h r lull pnviculars ad
dress " The People's Journal,' Philadelphia,
Pa. mar 3' 9-4 w.
WANTED.—Salesmen to travel and sell
by sampll a new line of goods. t it
nations permanent. and cood wages. Ad
dress with stamp, H. Ti. RICHARDS .t Co.
413 Chestnut St-. Phil'a. Pa. mar:3'39-4w.
D AINTS FAX FARMERS —Unsurpassed
for any purpose. 36 for a bbl. of 300
lbs. Serd for ,iieular. GRAFTON MIN
ERAL PAINT CO., 254, Pearl St., N. Y.
$ 100 t." $2OO per month salary paid to
good .4 Ltooti. to Fel our Pedeset
Ann e..rrargire White Wire Clothe+ Kara.—
State age and p oecupa•lm. and address
the American Wire Co 75 William St., N.
N.. or 16 Dearborn St., ,
A GENTS WANTED —For the only steel
engniing of Gen-Grant and his fami
ly publi•hed with their approval Englav
ed by Sartain. Size 15 by 19. moo. 100
per rent. to agents. Address GOODSPEED
k CO., Chicago, or ago. 37 Park Row. New
Yoi k. rnar3's9 4w.
NEW BOORS-200 EWER AVINGS.—
The Farmer's and Mechanic's Manuel.
edited by Geo. E. Waring. Jr., author of
6 Draining for Profit," "Elements of Agri
culture," &c. A book of great value to every
one. bend for 16 page circular. Agents
wanted. TREAT & CO., Publishers. 854
Broadway, N. Y. • mar3'B9 4w.
THE CHRISTIAN, 60 CENTS 2—A large
live, 8 page monthly religions and fain
ily paper, full of facts, providences, inci
dents. music. poetry. true rories,' pictures.
reading for young. old, saints, sinners. one
and all. No sectarianism. controversy, pol
itics, puffs, pills, or patent medicines. 60
cents a year; 10 copies $5. For Sunday
Schools, le copies 34. Send 10 cents 'for 3
specimens in'ore you forgot it. Vol. 4 be
gins Jan., 1869. 1000 pages new lire tracts
for $l. Address 11. L. HASTINGS, Scrip
tural Tract Reposity, 19 Lindall. St., Boa.
ton Mass. . mar3'69 4w.
WANTED r WANT ED ! !
Agents of either
sex. in every town , and village. for the larg
est ONE DOLLAR SALE in thu country.—
The smallest :articles sold can be exchanged
for a Silver PI ted five-bottled Revolving
Castor. or your choice of 200 articles upon
exchange tint. Commissions to Agents larg
er than over. Send for Circular
S. C. THOM.PSON.k CO.
138 Federal St., Boston. Mass.
I F YOU WISIL
TRY THE COMBINATION OF
ALLEN, •ATWOOD & BATES,
G iIEA:T MAMMOTH SALE !
LICENSED BY TITE U. S. GOVERN'NT
Haring had lame experience. we are confi
dent of success in our ONE DOL
We will present to any person sending us
a club in our great ONE DOLLAR KALE
Silk Dress Pattern. Piece of Sheeting, Sew
ing Aluetiiiie,'s Carpet, a..l,Vat.h, ie., In.,
ALL FREE or COST.
Circular and Sample sent lice to any ad
dress. • ..
ALLEN, ATWOOD 1. BATES,
Nos. 51 Milk, '7s & M Devonshire Street
Iwant to reuse eaeh sleepy bead.
1 Who stand upon the brink.
Where y awning gulfs disclose the dead,
Who might, but did not think.
r want to warn the living oriel
Who blindly grope along.
Ye fathers. daughteia. mothers. sons,
What perils round you throeg
Leak oar, my reader. are you free,
Or de yea wear the mark ?
Alost all are blind and cannot see,
Yea, grepieg in the dark.
Catarrh, a demon in the head,
Consumption is its son ,
Kills busts, yea, counties: millions dead,
Perhops you may be one.
That hacking, hawking, spitting, shows,
Catarrh effects your head,
Matter and slime in throat or nose,
Runs down your threat instead.
Your lungli and liver soon will show,
Consumption has ite birth ;
Catarrh, its sire, will feed it too,
'Till you return to earth.
If colds affect your head and throat,
Now don't forget what I have wrote,
o,r think this subject dry.
WOLCOTT'S ANNIHILATOR ouree,
Catarrh.—the demon li , es;
It cave the lunge, good heal h insures,
And Catarrh quickly dies.
I want to gratify my friends,
Who wish to understand
About PAIN PAINT, its use, its ends,
And• Why its great demand.
I wwnt to show you plain as day,
Why PAIN PAINT ACTS all pain,
That you may never have to say
" not try paint again."
PAIN PAINT will cool but never stain;
Pumps inilam Ilion out; •
'Ti, harmless on the breast or brain,
A trial stops all doubt.
When intlamation leaves the frame,
MI pain w.II cease at once;
Remove the cause, 'tis all the same j
None doubt s unless a dunce.
The pores will ope at d drink Pans PAINT;
. Absorbents fill with ease;
Reston-s the weak, the sick, the faint,
The greatest skeptic please.
Evaporation cools tbepltee
As infl mntinn flies ;
lint blood at the absnrnent's base
Makes PAINT in vapor rise.
'Tis thus PAIN PAINT removes all doubt,
Removes the' very cause
By pumping inflomation out;
On this we rest uur eaut6.
Wol.lott's Phi -, Paint is sold at all Drug
Stores; also, Walc.,tt's ,nnihdator, for the
cure of Catarrh and Colds in the lad. sent
by Exprers on receipt of the money, at ISJ.,
Chatham Square, N. Y. R. L. NYoliitett #
Prop'r. je2.41t1 4w.
FURNITURE WARE ROOM.
Howard Street, Bellefonte, Pa.
f every description. quality and price, for
sale cheaper than at other estab
lishment of the kind in
Ready 'made Coffins, of all SiZCA and prices
kept constantly on hand. Also Cof
fins manufactured to order.
ja6'69.ly. H. P. HARRIS.
The undersigned would
inform the citizens of Bellefonte and com.
munity in general, that they continue to Ito
enminodate their friends at -the Restaurant
North of the Diamond, opposite the Court
Oysters in every Style,'
Best Phil's. Lager Beer.
Porter, Ale and Sarsaparilla;
Pies. Cakes. Candies. ea. Also
FREE LUNCH EACH DAY.
Hours, 9 A. M. to 12 o'clock, M. Give us a
ja13'69.1y. BOY 40 CO.
THE GEM RESTAURANT
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
THE undersigned Avails himself of Oils
method of informing the citizens of Belle
fonte awl vicinity, and the traveling com
munity in general, that he has opened a first
in the basement of Bush & McLaine's new
hotel near the Pa. R. R Depot. 110 keeps
constantly on hand
Oysters in every style. Roast Chicken, Pork
Steak, Hain and Eggs, Fresh Fish. Veal
Cutlets, Cod Fish lia:lB.Baked Fish,
Roa t Turkey,Beefsteak, Fried
Sausige, Mutton Chaps, Tea and
Coffee,• Clain Chowder, Lombs Fries,
Fried Els, and everything to suit the taste.
Feeling assured that general satisfaction
will be given, he invites .11 to pay
him a visit.
JOHN MALIP RANT,
ja13'69.1y. Bellefonte, Pa.
A RCADE SALOON.
GEO. M. PECK, Proprietor.
hereby inform my friends and the public
generally that I continue to keep the
in Bash's Block, adjoinirg Howell, Gilli•.•
land & Ce's. Store. Meals can be obtained
at ALL HOURS during the day. Oysters.
the very best. cooked in every style. Meals
provided for Regular B•arders when order
ed, and at reasonable rates. Thankful to
the public fur past favors, the continuation
of these favors is respectfully solicited.
febl7'69 I y. G. M. PECK.
DAN', GARMAN, Prop's
This long established and well known No
tel. dtn atif on_the - , lentinnint .-eorner of -the
Diamond. opposite the court House, having
been hv.th qte
flounces to the former patrons of this estab.
lishment and to the traveling public goner.•
ally, that he has thoroughly refitted his
house, and is prepared to render the most
satisfactory accommodation to all who n ay
favor him with their patronage. No pains
will ho spared on his part to add to the eon
venience or comfort of his guests. All -who
stop with him will find
His TAilta abundantly supplied with the
most sumptuous fare the market will afford,
done up in style, by the most experienced
Ills BAR will always contain the choicest
His STABLING is best in town. and will
ways he ettendedbythemost trustworthy and
Give him a ea% cue and all, and he feels
confident that all will be sad:died with the!?
AN EXCELLENT LIVERY
is attached to this establishment, which
strangers from abroad will find greatly tv'
their advantage. ja6 . 69' Iy.
N EW BAKERY.
The undersigned respect
fully invites the attention of the citizens of
Bellefonte and vicinity, to his
on Bishop Street, as the only place where
tin best quality of
• PIES, CONFECTIONERIES,
MINCE MEAT, of . our own
Manufacture. The best Norfolk Oysters by
the Can or Quart. Also cooked in all styles.
e) Fried in Crumbs, Filed in Butter, Fan
ey Roasts. Stewed oysters. Scolloped Oys
ters Oyster Pie and Clam Chowdcr.
A private-room neatly furnished and car
peted, for ladies or social parties ; A special
invitation is hereby extended to all.
jal3'B9.ly S. J. McDOWELL.
witiC > 7
WE Aft.t. UUMLNG,
AND WILL PBESNT TO ANY PERSON
Sending tie a Club in onr Great
ONE DALLAR SALE OF DRY AND FAN-
A Watch, piece of Sheeting, Silk Drese Pat
FREE OF COST.
Our inducements during the at few years
have been large.
WE NOW DOUBLE OUR BATES OF
We have made many important additians
tions to our Winter Stocks, and have large,
ly extended our Exchange List, and we now
feel confident to meet the demands of our
Send for new Circular
Catalogue of Goods and Samples sent to
any addiess - free. Send money by register
ed better. Address all orders to
J. S. HAWES k CO,
15 Federal et , Boston, Ham
P, 0. Box C.
Wholesale Dialers in Dry.and Fancy Goods,
thufery, Plated Ware, Albums, Leather
Goods, Sc. raar.3'69-12w.
DRY GOODS, 8,,,c
DO NOT FORGET
That the place to buy Cheap Goode,
for Men and Bop, in at
J Oil N iV cooKrs
CHEAP CASH STORE,
ILEYNCLDS 9 ARCADE, ALLEODENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
We start d ut the principles of"iinall
profits and quick Veturns," and how well
we h: ye succeeded is known to everybody.
°UR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARB AND
are of the very best quality and are sold at
the most reasonable rates. We pay at all
times the highest cash price for Wheat,
Rye, Oats, Corn and Barley. We
most vurdially 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, 1317811'S ARCADE.
LADIE*S cf: GENTLEMEN'S FURNISH
PUBS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS.
Flanels, Muslim, Calicoes. Coverlets,
Delanes. Hooch, Gloves and Fanny Work
baskets ffur sale by
jafi'69.v] G. W. FAIRER k CO.
ZEPHYRS. Zephyr Patterns, Gler
mantown Wool, Shetland Wool, Fancy
Trimmings of all kinds f r sale by
G. W. FAIRER it CO.
LADIES' and Misses - Shoes, Ladies'
and Misses Uunder Coaling. for sale by
G. W. FAIRER t CO
GENTS' Under Clothing & Ready
made Om ershirts for sale by
G. W. FAIRER tt CO.
FURS From $3 to $75 per Sett, for
sale by G. W. FAIRER & CO.
T A DIES' and Misses Hoop Skirts,
Balmaral Skirts of all grades, for sale
cheap by G. W. FAIRER ti CO..
ENTS' Rome-made Wool Socks',
for sale by G. W. FAIRER CO.
LADIES' and GentF' Searfs for
sale by G. W. FAIRER fr. CO.
DOLLS, of all kinds FOr Children
for sale by G. IV. FAIRER k CO.
WEARE selling off our present
Stock at exceedinly low prices, so
that persons 'dishing bargains should call on
go botore purchasing elsewhere.
G. W:TA110111 & ett:
TOYS of all kirds, at
BUBNSIDE t THOMAS'.
NE - W STORE.
gave opened up an
ENTIRE.NEW STOCK of GOODS
of every description,at their new Eton
room on Spring street; which were•
and will be sold as low if not lower,
than can be found elsewhere in thi ef
Emotion. Their stock compricee in
Boots dt Shoes,
Hats & Caps,
Gentlemen and Ladle'
'Furnishing Goode, •
Ladies Cloaks 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.
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
PRICES REDUCED ! !
HOWELL, GILLIAND &CO
of Bush's Arcade, in Rooms No. 1 and 2
have just returned from the city with one of
the largest and beat assortments of Goods,
ever brunt 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 8 to 15 eta Per Yard.
Muslim that will astonish the purchaser
Carpets at old fashioned prices.
The largest assortment of, Cassimere in
READY MADE CLOTRING
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
Our shoes for Ladies ware can't be excelled
Our Grocery department astonishes eve:4
one in assortment and low prices.
.SYRUP, IItiGAR, TEA qiiET EE •
Canned Fruits. Je It o m e gio and
PoreiguA s tuitg , ._Che;ose and Pastries P.f,
kinds, and ever, other article hem:icing, to
the Groe; mr y Department.
WHOLE HALE AT PHILADELPHIA
RATES. • •
FARMERS, MECHANMIS AND- LAf
LOON to your interest.
One dollar saved is still 013 e doltd-.la
yobs pocket. Then call and see at - Jiff:it
astonishing Low Prices.
HOWELL GILLILAND St
are selling Dry Goode and Gre6orier• •
No pains spareil in showing their Goode.
If not as represented we will pay yon - for
•DO.NTD4OILGET THE PIACE,
2E1814 Ode, Rooms N. 1 and 2.
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
ANOTHER NEW STORE
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
SELLER 41, MUSSER. have just opened
the best, cheapest, largest. us well es the
best assorted stock of Goods in Bellefonte
or Central Pennsylvania, at their new
PHILADELPHIA STORE, in
BROOKBRHOFF'S BLOCK, Biehop Be
They have Silks, Coburge Alpacas, Merinos,
Wool Delaines, Lustres,"Ginghams,
Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Hand.
kerchiefs, Kid and other
Gloves, flOsiery, Bal.
and a - general va
Ribbonr, trimminge; Buttons, Braids, eta.,
st thelowest prices.
They have Bleak and Blue Cloths, Black
and Fancy Cassicneres, Sattinette,
Tweeds, lifeltons, Water-proof
Cloth, Silk, Satin and common
Vesting!, 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 tvershirts, Woolen and
Cotten undershirts, Handkerchiefs, neck ties,
Ac., Ac., itc.
Calf and Kip
Boots and Shoes,
Gum Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, and
in endless variety, such as Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Rugs, Brown Muslim, Bleached
Muelins, Drillings, Sheeting, Table
Cloths, ec,, .o. .
3. W. COOKE
Their 'stock of QUEENSWARE eft GRO
CERIES cannot be excelled in quality or
Call in at the Philadelphia Store and con
vinceyourselves that KELLER & MUSSER
have everything you want and do business
on the principle of "Quick Sales and Small
GRAIN AND PRODUCE ANY TAKEN
NEW GOODS AND NEW PRI
HIGH RATES RUBBED OUT!
GOODS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICES
Would respectfully inform their old friends,
that they are daily, receiving a large
STOOK OF GOODS OF ALL RINDS,
which they are offering at the very lowest
Consisting of the latest styles of llaIIIC&D
♦ND PLAIN ALPACAS, •Figured and plain al
Sheohord Plaids. Black Silks, Suinmer
Silks, Irish Poplins, White Goods
White Counterpanes, Linen.and Cot
ton Sheetings, Checks, Ginitiaras,
Bedticks, Flannels. die., &0., •
Shepherd Plaid Balmorals, Black •
Cloth, Cassimeres, Velvetine, Gorda-
roy, Kentucky Jeans, Drills, • Ladies
Cloaking, Plain Colors, Middlesex Cloths,
ANb. PLAIDS OF itAktOtis tOtotts
A full line of Cloths, Cassimeres, Sati
netts, and ,Vesting, all kinds and prices,
which wall)e soli cheap. We have con
stantly. on hand a large and well selected
stock of all kinds of
Whieh we will dispose of at the "
lowest cash prices. •
AU kinds of country produce taken In ex
change for goods, and the highest etarke.
FRIENDS A WAKE TO TOUR INTER
For we feol satisfied that we °sunk ysur
TASTES a 8 RAI 88 your ruassa•
F S. WILSON'S DRUG STORE.
Southwest Corner of High and Alle-
gheny Streets, Bellefonte, Pa.
(so. 1. Ritesirmsorr's Row.)
The subscriber respectfully announces to
his numerous acquaintances a .. .d the ptu lie
n general that helms removed his
DRUG & MEDICINE STORE,
is the corner room of Brokerhors new
building on the 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
Soaps, Tcbacco ' Segars; Ac., Ac.
Also a variety of fancy articles too nu
merous to mention, which he offers at low
rates, and warrants the qualities of the arti
cies as represented. Purchasers will please
remember this. and examine the qualities
and prices of his goods before purchasing
Off -Physicians' Prescriptions and PAM
ily Receipes carefully compounded at all
hmrs of the day or night. by calling at his
store opposite Reynolds' Bank.
The most celebrated and popular
arc kept constantly on, band and for sale.
F. S. WILSON.
N.M. Cur. Dia.motAlkopitosite Cotitt Hower.
Would respcotfully call the attention of Vat
citlzeug of Bellefonte and vicinity, to the sn
pfrior quality of
FRESH - 14.EAT f FRESii 7,T, F, Ai !
- • PORK.
alwors on hand. jal3'69.tf.
KEI•LER & MUSSER.
FOR THE LADIES
HOFFLR & BRO'S
NEW L 001 TION.
Constantly to be found on band.
G ROCERY AND PROVISION STAB
TIVEkTY PLR CENT-SAVED.
IT is now an estatlished fact that ,Groaorw
ios of all kiads are noorftr'be olstaitt4 at
M. RUNKLE'S new
GROCERY AND PROTISION'ETOre,
On Allegheny Street Bellefonte,
twenty per cent. cheaper than' at any (+the!
establishment in own or =tufty.- Pleat
of the very best quality, kept eon•
tautly on hand. Boaading-hones
keepers. and Heads of families
would do well to give him a
call before purchasing else-
where. Do not forget
IOFFES, Tea, Sugar. Molasses, in short
l) everything usually kept at ,a Grocery
Store, for sale low, at M. RUI;TKLWL,
PEAS,.Beane, Soup Peas, Soup Beaus.for
eale cheap, at M. RUNIMET.
fIANNED Peaches , Canned Toinatoes
V Cannel Apples, Canned Corn, Canned
Fruits of all kinds kept constantly on band
a M. 11111,1141116.-
fIRTED Peaches. Dried Aliplei, Dikit
1.1 Currants, Dried Fruits o f all kinds/ BY
C ANDIES, Candies. A splendid r a ts.
of Candies and Nuts, for sale low at
QUBENSWARE of the very best quality
for sale cheap, at, M. RIINKLIVIL
WILLOW Baskets„ and Willow Ware et
all kinds and sizes, for sale Asap, at
M. RUN KUM
ORA: GE.% Lrmons, Figs and Nuts, for
sae at . M. MINIMS'S.
rTOBACCO, Tobacco. Chewing Totowa*,
ISabi!' and Segars, the very bed and of
all kinds, at M. RUNIELICIL
etUCTIMB ER and othor Pickles, Toinatio•
V Catsup, Margnapulas Jollies of all kiwis
at M. ItUNKLVS.
GLASSWARE. Glass Wait :bit and
Diehee, a fine anorttneat at
F• P. GREEN,
DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY. .
One Door North of Main Entracte to Brook-
Dealer in Pure Drugs and Medicines, En
glish and Aufirican Perfurhery, Bair, Nait
aad Tooth Brushes, Pocket Books, Cisoklms,
and a ge feral assortment of Fancy Goods,
such as are usually kept in Srit class-Dnig
Stores. He is also SOLE PROPRIETOR
the following articles, which hare ahead,
attained a large sale,
SOLELY ON THEIR OWN MERITS,
and which no family should be without.
GREEN'S CELEBRATED LIVER PBle
are a mild and effectual cathartic, and seal
remedy in Liver Complaint and Female die.
eases, are unsurpassed. None Genuine with.
THE SIGNATURE OF F. P. GREEN,
around the Box.
GREEN'S VEGETABLE PAIN lam
er, as a reliever of pain, is a medicine for
either internal or external use and is unite
passed for the diseases for which it is rectosri
mended. Pat -up in bottles, and !Mails at
25 Ms. 50 and .one dollar.
COMA REISTITUT OR is, as ita barna
A RESTORIIit OP THE HAIR
it is an elegant hair dressing. removes dan
druff, cures all eruptions of the scalp, re
auras gray hair to its original color, .M
stimulates the growth of the hair and whis
kers. Price $ MO.
Phycieians Prescriptions, .and family reo.
ipes carefully compounded.
Patent Medicines of all kinds kept con
stantly on hand or purchased to order.
CHAS. T. FRI - BERGER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer t
TOBACCO AND SEGARS.
BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL.
' SIX TWIST.
NAVY, lb and lb.
Cut and Dry Smoking Tobacco of all kiedtr,
also Segars of all grades and prices
at $l3. per thousand, and
PIPES, SEGAR CASES,
And all the various kinds of articles usually
kept in a Tobacco Store. Goods' will
be sold wholesale at manufactur'er's
prices. Give us a trial.. I in.
vita all to come, and see,
Store No. I—Opposite Binekerkaif taint:
Store No. 2-4orner Room la "Hash & 3k.
Clain's new Building, Bellefonte, Pa:
A LA-RGB STOCK OF .
BACK AND BARREL SALT-
on hand and for sale cheap, al Wholossio
and Retail, at the Wa aortae of
GEO. JOE:' P :SUMTER,
MILROY, MIFFLIN COUNTY, PENN A.
Penns Valley mexchantrwill find it to their
intermit to tend to us for oar Whole
sale Prices. Salt in gootpackatis
absogs on band. Give ai
GEO. & JOE. P. ELYMYER.
Tl' C. coLE,
• BROKERHOFF'S MILL,
Having leased this mortencellent 111111.1 re
are prepared to furnish Farmers, liferhants,
arid all 'others, with first-class flour*
purchase Wheat, Rye * Corn * Etickwbiet,
Barley, Oats, and all other kinds of .graia.at
the high eat market price.
Lumbermen, Manufacturers, Kaielisatn,
and. others. axe respectfully invited to .area
in their orders. Address, or call on
T. J. f I. C. COLE,
fe1t17'69.3t. Bellefonte, Pa.
LIBERAL INIMEMENTS OFTERSTP
TO GOOD USN TO SELL ItaOHRIVS.
THE WONDER OF THE AGE.
THE FARMERS PRIDE,
THE STUMP it GRUBBING MUMS&
It wilt do more work in one de, than, Teirk•
Men with grabbing; haee eau potatty , d 0,,;•
aid =eaves no roote or stumps to, apzont.,
in the tpring. After grubbing, tea WV Mi.,
Coe farmer can cut hid gesit4 it , r• 4 1 ‘ 1 0. ,
eeason with tire Itempe,t•orl*ciwal..; •
' *.:s• Any person:-
. nzc zahlag.
dc Veil 7.•.)
A d as, • J.:'.. Bo; •22f;
feb3.69.3rn_ B4llviozlih. py
[The Elk =nay papere,nd Otit riaMl4ol.
liid4entieist,'Clwerou Co.; fig...-. 6
in h ort the above ad vertigo tneataix. tiitogp‘eAv
eind bill to Bellefonte SePPOAtatt7Velki