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Bellefonte Church Directory
Pree-yterian church. Spring St.. services at
at. 11 a in., and 7/. p. m : No pastor
at present. This con .:Tegat ion are
now orccviti_ s new church. in consequence
of which the remear religiotis services will
be held in the Ciaut Rouse - until further
Methodist Epiveopal Church. Tlit,ch St.. set.
vices 111/ a. in.. and 7/ p. to. Prayer
Meeting on Thuroley nigh.. Bev. Jas . .
St. John's Episcopal Church. Thigh - St.. ear-
Vices at 10/ a. in.. and 7/ p m. Rev
'Byron McGann, pastor.
Lutheran Church. Linn St., services 101 a.
ut , and 72, p. in. Rev. J. i.. Hackenberger,
Reformed Church, Linn St., no pastor at
Catholic Church, Bishop St.; services lel
a. tu., and 3p. m. Rev. T. McGovern,
United Brethren Church, High Street, west
File of creek: services
African M, E. Church, west side of creek ;
services at 11 a. In., and 7/ p. m. Rev.
Isaac Pintsell. pastor.
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1.1 ERY. -
BUSH'S ARCADE, HIG II STREET,
Z. T. GUDYKUNST,
having purchased from Adam rforkheimer,
his first class Bakery and Confectionery,
and having added largely to his stock. is
now prepared to furnish the public with
food fresh BREAD, PIES, CARES, CON
FECTIONS, and everything in his line, at
all times. In connection with the above, is
A FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM SALOON
for Ladies and Gentlemen, which will he
open during the summer. Pic-nits, private
parties, &c., can be supplied with all kinds
of Confections, Ice Cream, Cakes and Fruits
on ery short notice.
myl 9 . 69-Iy. Z T. GUDYKUNST.
N EW BAKERY.
The undersigned respect
fully invites the attention of the citizens of
Bellef,,nte and vicinity, to his
on Bishop Street, as the only place where
the best quality of •
MINCE MEAT of onr own
the best and neatest Ice Cream accom
modations in the town. A room neatly fur
nished and carpeted, on first flpor, for la
dies and gentlemen, and a room on second
floor for private parties—ladies and gentle
men. He prides himself on the superior
quality and flavor of his Ice Cream, and
most cordially invites his friends and the
public generally,to call and realize the truth
of the assertion, that McDowell makes the
best Ice Cream in town.
ja13'69.1y. S. J. McDOWELL, Ag't.
B AKERY & CONFECTIONERY
ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFO.NTE,.PA.
fnlly-inform the cittzers . of Bellefonte and
vicinity,that he is prepared to furnish at all
FRESH BREAD, CAKES OF all KINDS,
CANDIES, SPICES, NUTS, FRUITS,
and anything and everything belor:ing to
bis business. le has.recentiy completed a
large and eommodiimi , addition to his build
il/g, and has furnished it in a stylo Surpast - -
ing anything of the kind in the town, where
ladies and gentlemen can, during the sum
mer month, bo accommodated with the very
BEST OF ICE CREAM.
Having had years of experience in the busi
iess, he flatters" himself that he can guaran
tee satisfaction to all who may favor him
with their patronage
FURNITURE WARE ROOM.
Howard Street, Bellefonte, Pa.
. LOUNGES, ,
WHA f- /V OTS,
EXTENSION TABLES, •
- - STOOLS, &c.,
f every deseriPtion, cinality:.and price, for
sale cheaper than -at other estab
lishment of the kind in
Ready Made Coffins, of all*sizes and prie
kept:eon:stint:lY on hand. Also Cof
fins manufactured 'to order.
Manufacture' : and Poiler in. all . kinds of
20 1 , 30
SPRING BOTTOM BEDS,
TABLES, ROCKING CHAIRS, &c
very fine selection of the latest styles of
MOST REASONABLE RATES
My prim are all as low, for every article as
IN ORDER TO SATISFY YOURSELVES
W ILLIA 318 & CANAN,
MAN FACICI EPS rIF COTTA GE FUR
ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK
At our new est, 1,1 ish wen t near the Belle
fonte %re n.4v knanufaoture
Cartt• 110,k Itar,dlcs,
and turned trolk of Every Description
throughout Central Ponns:ilvanin, we in
vi - e you to call an-.I see us. We are prepar
-e4 to furnish yvu with
ALL THE T URA - ED WORK KEEDED
in your bm , iness, cheaper than you can
OTHER PORTION cf TUE COUNTRY—
CAN PURCHASE IN THE CITY
OUR MACHINERY is the VERY BEST,
and i ur facilities for obtaining lumber ena
ble us nut only to compete with, but to
CALL AID EXAMINE OCR WORK
WILLIAMS A. CANAN,
je2'69-3y. Bellefonte, Pa
VIAS. T. FRYBERGER,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
TOBACCO AND SEGARS;
BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL,
NAVY, lb and I/ lb.
Cut and Dry Sanking Tobacco of all kinds,
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 &me. Goods will
be sold wholesale at manufacturer's
prices. Givens a trial. I in
vite all to comp and see
Store —Opposite Brockerhoff House.
NEW TOBACCO STORE.
LEVI A. MILLER & COMPANY,
ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA.,
respectfully informs the public that they
have opened anew
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TOBACCO
in the new building recently erected by J. B
Bmts, where they have a large stock of
TOBA CCO, SEGARS,
SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO,
the eery best and of all brands, together
with a large assortment of
GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing GOODS
In conneeliou with the above, they have
also opened an extensive
FASHIONABLE EATING HOUSE
on European_principles. _ Evarything in the
best of style.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
apritr; ..17. L. A. MILLER ft CO
J. H. SANDS
The Proprietor has spared no pains in fur
nishing the.botiie with new furniture. The
beds and bedding are the very best; the
rooms commodious and well ventilated. The
accommodations, boarding. &0., are equal to
any of the high priced Hotels. Only 25
cents for meals. Thankful for past favors,
be solicits their continuance, and promises
satisfaction to all.
MATRASSES, I marl7'69-Iy. WM. BROWN, Prnpr.
la* keo:, constantly on hand
they enn be
in this mrkaet
Call and examine my stook
JOHN BRACHBII L,
(Old Stand) Spring St.,
The trade fupilittl with
purchaFe in any
cheaper tl.nn you
in the whole country
TOBACCO & SEGARS
"Let us See to it, that a Glverninent of the People, for the People, and by the People, shall -not Perish. rom the Earth.".L-[A. Litzcoix.]
ALLEGHENY ST, BELLEFONTE, PA.
(Opposite the Brocirerhoir House.)
HOTEL ONTHE EUROPEAN PLAN,
Licensed by the Court of Centre County.
FIRST CLASS BAR. R STAURANT,
ROOMS AND STABLING.
AN EXCELLENT BILLIARD ROOM,
with 3 tables, now and in perfect condition,
Give the Conrad House a trial.
IL 11. KLINE.
jy2l'69 ly. Proprietor.
TLe undersigned adopts this method of
informing his friends and the public gener
ally that he continues to keep the Hotel on
the corner of Allegheny and Bishop Ste.,
known by the cognomen of
MILLHELVI, CENTRE COUNTY, PA.
The undersigned adopts this method of
informing the travelling community, and
citizens generally, that he has refitted and
furnished anew throughout, with •first class
furniture, this well known and established
house—the NATIONAL HOTEL, Millbeitn,
Pa. He is well prepared to furnish first
class accommodations to all who desire to
make a hotel their Home, or pleasant tem
porary abode. The custom of the travelling.
public, and the surrounding country, is re
spectfully solicited. Courteous and atten
tive servants arc engaged at this popular
Hotel. The Stabling is the very best. and
none hut careful and accommodating Hust
lers are emplo7ed.
* JONATHAN KREMER,
jv1 , 1 . 69-Iy. Prop'r.
PLEASANT GAP HOTEL.
The • un
dersigned having purchased the Hotel prop.
arty at Pleasant Gap, adopts this method of
informing hIS friends in part eultir. 7 and the
travelling community generally, that he has
refiited and furnished hi; house in the best
will be supplied with the beet the market
will afford. and
with the beet of Liquors
is the very beet. and the proprietor prides
tarns :If therefore, upon the feet that his ce
cotnniodations, both for tnan and beast, can
not be surpassed by any Hotel in the coun
try. His old friends, as well as strangers
and travellers, are most. cordially invited t •
_ _ _
1i M. ICKHOFF.
Pleasant Gap. Pa
Ina r`24 . 69 ly
B ROCKERHOFF HOUSE,
ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA
HOUSEAL & KROM, Proprietors.
A FIST CLASS rtOTEL--CONFORTABLK ItOO3lS,
PROMPT A TIEND,A NOE.
ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES,
AND REASONABLE CHARGES.
The proprietors offer to the traveling
public. and to their country friends,first
class acoonnaindittions and careful at
fen ti.tn to the wants of guests at all times
at fair rates. Careful hustlers and good sta
bling for horses. An excellent table sell
served A Dar supplied with fine B
rows. Servants well trained and every
thing requisite in a first class Hotel. Our
location is in the business part of the town
near the Post Office, the Court !louse, the
Churches• the Banks, and the principal pla
ces of burin• ss, renders it the most el
igible place for those who visit Belle
fonte on business or for pleasure. An
OMNIBUS WILL CARRY PASSENGERS
n:<d baggage to and from all trains free of
charge. my 1 2 .69 tf.
G ARMAN'S HOTEL.
DAN L GARMAN, Prop'r
This long established and well known Ho
tel. situated 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, end 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
venienee or comfort of his guests. All whc
stop with him will find
HIS TABLE abundantly supplied with the
most sumptuous fare the market will afford,
done up in style, by the most: experienced
His Ben will always contain the choicest
His Srast.mo is hest in town. and will al•
wayS he attendedbythemost trust worthy and
Give him a call, one and all, and he feelE
confident that all will be satisfied with their
AN EXCELLENT LIVERY
is attached to this establishment, which.
strangers from abroad will find greatly to
their advantage. ja6s9.ly.
A RCADE SALOON.
GEO. M. PECK, Proprietor
hereby inform my friends and the public
generally that I continue to keep the
in Bush's Block, adjoinirg Howell, Gilli
land & C-'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 for past favors, the continuation
of t se favors is respectfully solicited.
f 17'69.1y. G. M. PECK.
THE GEM RESTAURANT
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
THE undersigned avails himself of this
method of i:,forming the citizens of Belle
fonte and vicinity, and the traveling com
munity in general, that he has opened aßrst
in the basement of Bush McLaine's new
hotel near the• Pa. R. R. Depot. Ile keeps
constantly on hand
Oysters in every style, Roast Chicken, Pork
Steak. Ham and Eggs, Fresh Fish. Veal
Cutlets, Cod Fish Bll.ls.Baked Fish,
Roa t Turkey,Beef:teak. Fried
Sausage, Mutton Chaps, Tea and
Coffee. Clam Chowner, • Lombs Fries.
Fried Eels, and everything to SUIL the taste.
Feeling assared that general satisfaction
will be given, he invites .11 to pay
him a visit.
BELLEFONTE, PA., OCT. 13, 1869.
DO NOT FORGET
That the place to buy Cheap Goods,
for Mon and Boys, is at
JOHN TV. COOKE'S
CHEAP CASH STORE,
REYNOLDS' ARC -IDE, ALLEGHENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA
We start d ut on the principles of "Small
profits and quick Peturns," and bow well
we ht.ro succeeded is known to everybody.
OUR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE AND
are of the very best quality and are sold .
the Most reasonable rates. We pay at all
times the highest cash price for 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, AT.LEGIIENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
ROWELL, GILLIAND &CO
of Rifsb'tt A reside. in Rooms No. 1 and 2
have just returned from the city with a large
and extensive stock of Spring and Summer
Goods. We are now ready to offer to our
customers a more extensive and better as
Bolted stock than.ever boy'ore offered to the
Our extensive stock of
LA DIES DRESS GOODS,
Demands particular :Mention
Great Bargains to be had in Prints, Muslins,
Notions, ke., etc.
The latest styles of Spring and Summer
Cassimers already received.
READY MADE CLOTHING
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
A large arsorment of Hats, (laps, Boots end
Shoes constantly on ban!..
Our Grocery department demands particular
attention. A full assortnent constnntiy
on hand,the best the'markets can afford, '
SYRUP, SUGAR. TEA & COFFEE.
Canned Fruits, Jellies, Domestic and
Foreign Fruits. Cheese and Pastries 'of all
kinds. and every other article, belonging to
the Grocery Department.
FARMERS, MECHANICS AND LA-
LOOK to your interest
One dollar saved is -still one dollar in
your pocket. Then call and see at what
asttnishing Low Prices.
HOWELL GILLILAND & CO
an selling Dry Goods and Groceries.
Come and examine for yourselves, and be
convinced of the truth.
DON'T FORIIET THE PLACE,
Bush's Arcade, Rooms No. 1 and 2
ANOTHER NEW STORE
EMIL JOSEPH & CO., ALLEGHENY ST,
(J' . ride's Building,)
BPI LEFOFTE, PENN'A
CHEAP ArEW YORE STORE.
COME ONE! COME ALL !!
SEE HOW CHEAP WE CAN SELL,
. FURNISHING GOODS
FOR LADIES & GENTS,
FOR LADIES & GENTS,
SILVER-PLATED WARE, '
all of which we warrant, and at city prioep
A FIRST CLASS WATCH MAKER
constantly on hand and all work warranted
A liberal discount to the trade. Give n
a call. , • • ja6'69.ly.
N. W. Cur. Diamond, opposite Court Mouse
Would respectfully call the 'attention of th
citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, to the sr
perior quality of
FRESH MEAT ! FRESH AMIT.
Constantly to be found , on band
al race on ha.nd,
JG. LOVE, Attorney at Law,
a., Bellefonte Pa. Office on High St.
TAMitS H. RANKIN, Attorney at
tl Law, Bellefonte; Pa: Office 'in Aruiary.
building, 2nd fluor. - .1: 1 6' 6 9 1Y-
E. C..EUMES, Pres't. J. P. EARRIS, Calder
TILRST NATIONAL BANK Of BellefOiite
1.. 1 Allegheny St, Bellefonte Pa. ja6'69.
lINN ,St, FURST, Attorneys—at-Law,
J Bellefonte, Pa. jafi'69.tf.
II N. If ALLISTER. . JAMES A. BEATER.
%ii'ALLISTER & BEAVER, Attorneys
-.VI_ at-Law, Bellefonte Peun'a. ja6'69.ly.
EMICIND•BLANCHARD. EVAN H. BLANCHARD.
E& BLANCHARD. Attorneys at
. L vr, Allegheny St., Bellefonte, Pa.
17U" W. BROWN, Attorney-at-Law.
._ Bellefonte, Penn'a., will attend
promptly to all business entrust.d to his
JOHN H. curls. _ CYRUS T. ALEXANDER.
ORYIS d ALEXANDER. Attorney's-at-
Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Conrad
Iliise. Allegheny St. ja67,9,1y.
NAT-.J.EALS.II• attorney at.
LLaw,. K , Bellefonte, Pa., will attend
faithfully 'to' all businss entrusted to his
care. _Beet's, Bonds, &c, executed in the
A UGUSTUS HIBLER. M. D., Phrsician
and Surgeon. Office at his residence
near the Quaker Meeting House. 111‘11 attend
to all business in his profession at 11 times
and stall hours. •jel6'69 Iy.
TTRTAII STOVER. Licensed Autioneer,
1,1 attend to all sales entrusted to his
care. Charges reasonable. Address, Urial
stover; Ilomerville, Centre Cu.,' Pa.
jairti9 Fm .
QEORGE - F. HARRIS, M. D., Physician
and S: rgcon; Pension Surgeon fool-Cen
tre county, will attend promptly to all pro.
fessionitl calls. OMec on Hight St N •rth
Side. ' ja27'69 ly.
M'CIIANDLER, M. D.. Horncepathic
\Jf_ Physician and Burgeon, 13elleforits;
Penn's:- Office-2nd finer. over.' Harper
Brn's Store. Residence at the office.
J. W. COOKE
FU. n. 6TI3IaTRONG. 4.131UF:L LINIV.
. . ...
AWISTRONG & LINN, Attpr
nb•s:ttt Law Williamienrf, Ps., will
attend ;promptly. to all business entrusted
t.) thew care. j.v.14'69-.ly.
- IT. DOBBINS,' n and
0 Surgeon. Office up-stairs in J. 11. Ale-
Clure's inew Building. Bishop St, Belleonte,
Pa. Will attend •to all htuineas in hia prn
lession,luithfully at all times, and all hours.
A B. HUTCHISON A; CO'S. Joh print
ing Offic , , " Repuld'ean"
Birhnp Sr., Bellefimte. Penn'a. Every De
scription ofPtain and Fancy printing drne
in the neatest wanner, and at prices below
Busii Sc YOCUM, Attorneys-at-Law,
Dell fonte, Pa.. will attend to all busi
ness et.tamsted to them. witl• promptness
offieo on Northeast Corner of the Diamond.
in Mrs. Trvin's stone building. jal3'ti9 y.
AATruzoN BLIToItISP.N, Attorneys
V 1 at . Ltiw. Bellefonte. Pa. Collections.
all other and legal business in Centre and
the Adjoining. Counties. promptly attended
to. Office in Blenchard's Law bui]dintt. Al
legheny street. j.t6'69.
1V 1. U. 311, A IR. 17. Y. STITZ ER
BLAIR 1i; STTTZER, Attorneys-at Law,
Bellefonte, Pa. Can be eonsul!ed in
both the English , and German language.s
Office on the Diamond, next door to - Gar.i.
man's Hotel. 10.10'39.1y.
ENTRE CO. BANKING COMPANY.—
Receive 1 eposits and allow Interest;
Discount Notes; Buy and Sell Government
Securities. Gold and Coupons.
HENRY BROCKERI3OFF. President.,
J. D SITUGERT. Ca jal3'B9y.
CIEO. L. POTTER. M. D., Physi
'LA clan and Surgeon, offers his professi'n
services to the citizens of Bellefonte and
vicinity. Office removed to house Mutterly
eceupiel, by Mrs. Livingston. on Spring tt,
two doors South of Presbyterian church.
B ELLEFONTE MEAT MARICIIT
BISHOP STBEEP, BELLEFONTE
The oldest Meat Market in Bellefonte.—
Choice meat of all kinds always on hand.
3116'69.1 y. R. V. BLACK.
WM. BROWN. Licensed Auction
eer. hereby informs the public that
he holds himself in readiness at all times,
attend to all Auctions,. Vendues, or Public
Sales of personal or Real Estate. Charges
reasonable. Coll on, or address. William
Brown. Bellefonte, Pa. marl 7.69-Iy.
MS. GRAHAM, Fashionable barber in
.. Basement of the Conrad 11 , uee Belle-
Pinto, Pa. The best of Razors, sharp and
keen, always on band. He guarantees a
SHAVE without either pulling or pain.—
Perfumery, -Hair Oils. Bair Restoratives,
Paper Collars, be., constantly on hand.
AARON R. PAM'. J. T. SALMONS. Lr.vt R PAW'.
Ai P. SALMONS do CO., Contractors
a d Bricklayers, Bellefonte. Pa.. adopt
this method of informing- those wishing to
build that they will furni,th Brick and, lay
them, by the job, or by the thousand. Will
set Heaters. and do all kinds of w , rk in
their branch of Business. . . ja20'69,1y.
BELFORD, D. 1). S., Prantintil
• Dentist;.office in Armory Built:Hoz,
over Irwin .tt itson's Hard rare Store, A
legheny ISt. Dr. B. is a gra uate of the Bal
timore College of Dental surgery. and 're
spectfully offers. his professional services
to the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity.--
Can ho found at his residence except dhring
the last week of each month., A-11)04'69-1y
►J tre respettfullyinforms the
public that he. is prcpered to .execute any
description f work in bis profession. Sat
isfaction rendered. and rate. as 'moderate
as may be- (qpieted. Will he, found in
his office during thct week, commencing on
the first Monday of cacti month, - end at
such other. times as miy be agreed Upon.
TNSURANCE—LIFE, 3 ElRE.—Joseph
A, Rankin or his Iterouill, insures prop
er.-ty for the followine Stock and Mutual
companies, viz: ..Lycoming Mutual, 'York
Company, Pa., Insurance of North. America,
Enterprise, and Girard of Phila., Pa., Home,
of New Haven,-ana any other reliable com
pany desired:C' Also r Provident Life Compa
ny of Phil'a., and other good. Life Compa
nies. . J.6'69.19.
T. F. -VOLAHAN, Physician and
tr Surgeon. having removed from Empori
um, piimerim county, has located in Miles
bufg, 'Centre county.. Pa., where be will
faithfully attend to all business entrusted to
him in his Profession. Office in his residence
on Main St., Where be can always be seen
unless profes'sionally engaged. In his ab-
Senee from home, 'orders may be left at the
Holahan. mail 0`6:4-Fy.
GI O. u. YOCUM
j:045 . 69.1y,
vVEDNESDAY• MORNING Oct,' 3: '69,
_ To Irishm'ed • •,:
"Art thou ip,.bealth, my brother?"
was the .question asked by the Joab
0f . . - told;' - as hp ,thitist his weapon of
death - to 'the heart - of his unsuspec ,
drig'victitn: Could anything be,more .
like this than the conduct of the Free
Trade aristoc rats, 'seeking under the
lead of Asa.._Packer,. to ,Paiperize
every - Irish laborer. in this Common
wealth The dagger -- of. Joab is in
the. hands of llr.Packer, and right
royally will he ure it, if elected, to
cut asunder the bands of protection
Republicans, have woven for the de
fense and prosperity of our Irish citi
.great question between
Labor and Capital is big with interest
to every Irish-citizen. The question
of:protection to American' Industry,
versus . Free Trade, is agitating this
Commonwealth as never before. The
eleetio:;1 ; to a greater degree than ever
before, hinges upon it. • Upon the one
side we have au ;avoWed.
and the greatest disciple of Free Trade
the Commonwealth affords.
In John W. Geary we have a tried
defender.of the Workingmen'sßights
and Protection to Labor. -
The great Republican party has re •
peatedlYshoWn ifsetf the friend of La ,
bor, as in its Eight Hour law; arid the
leaning of Workingmen - should be to
wards its friend. „t:!; .:1
It should r be_ potent to every citizen
of this conntrY;:thaiithe sVreStlibadtO
making . its liberties — See,iireTris — to make
it entirely yidePendent of other,State§
:not 6:11y : pplitidallY, bOt industrially:*
To AchieVe'_thisi. it . is necezisary.
:able to ets with
manufactured Wourselves, from
.the' raw inaCterial 'Which' 'our country
produces - either
~ agriculturally ,
minerals. .a 4.:.; can live do
this midi 6:n energetic Ffec - ,Tra!ler in
the Executive chair who is anxious to
place our manufactories uprin a com
.peting le v d with the factories _of Eng
land. Protection is, the' huge ocean
dam that standibefireen Our Work - Men
and the pauper wages of English slaves:
t-Mr. Packer be inaygurated,:and:
Free Trade proclaimed, and the - pan
per-paid.Work of England,-flooding our
markets, Will strike -,down our work
men's wageS to starvation-point; will
bring swift bankruptcy upon our man
ufactories,. and then, when the Sheriff
closes the factory door, and : starvation
is actually before him, the Irish work
man will-realize the beauties of Frog
Trade. Uneebreak down
_Ole ernbank- .
ment, and, American capitalists and.,
American . workmen will flounder
through the floods of beggary
they are, both engUlfed in the waters of
ruin. English manufactures will then
supplant our own. English .serfs will
compete with American and
borers. How do our Irish workmen
like the picture? Every vote to Free..
Trade, is a vote to England. Every
vote to England, is a vote against Ire
land, and against America. Above all
let him remember that it is' a vote
Let the Irishmen of Centre county,
while helping - themselves, their father
land and their adopted country, help
to strangle England through her cora-
To do this, vote for JOHN W. GEA
RY FOR GOVERNOR.
Aside from his avowed and well au .
thenticated orposition to the Lewis
burg, Centre -&-Spruce Creek It. 1t..,
We have another grave charge to pre
fer against - Jacob J. Moyer.
He is known by those who having
sounded him upon the subject, to be
an out-an out,uncompromising enemy
or the • • .
fitms , Ett INTratE4B
of Centre county r
He is in no way interested, and in
case of . his election would doubtless be
a willing tent in the hands of the lob
by opponents of the lumberingAnter
ests of our county, This statement
is 'entitled to the - ea.rnest considers:
tion of every lumberman in the coun
James P. Coburn, being heavily
interested in timberland, would pre
teet the valuable interest of those en
gaged inlumbering, whether _capital
ists or Workmen. -
'Seratch Hoiler ontho:t
REg MIRE - •
'taxpayers of Centre. that - Xos. MOCIes-.
key is'lhe:tool,and -pimp of the Court
'Rouse Ring Retneniber - that ho was,
nominated by the Ring, simply because
he was not fit to fill the office, and that,
by reason of said unfitness, he would be
compelled to rely upon the Ring for ad
vise and counsel. and would, therefore,
be left to their mercy—the-supple, and,
no • doubt,f - willing tool'Of dishonest
treftcherthis and corrupt men—the. ma
crial out of which the Court House Ring
compoSed.. • _
IF Simon S. Wolf's friends in Miles
tp. won't trust him, hoW can he ask
strangem to do so?
That Twifchell Humbug.
The Watchman clan, goaded to des
peration by, the crushing "settler" it
received at'the hands of-GearYa:ncl the
Deinocratic officials having Mitchell
in charge at the time the - Watchnthn'
junto assert he was spirited away, re - -
turn to' the charge, and in a, three-col
umn article of specious sophistry, at ,
tempt to explain away some Of the tre
mendous thumps the foul bantling has
received at the hands of Deniocratic_
journals within the past feW week. S—
. is a labored article in d.emonstration .
of what the Watehanan Editors and the,
Watchman's readers jointly Consider a
lean joke long draiin Out. It waS . due
the readers of the Watchmiliz that
some additional defense should be of
fered. It was a bold'game, admitting.
of no bungling inventor, or hesitating
falsifier.' In no other locality between
the poles, with which man has been
made cognizant, could so rotten an egg
have been laid, hatched and eaten,
than . where it most properly saw the
light of Print. Peter Munehausen and
Jeseph Pepper were the lousy crows
alternately suckling and covering - the
offal bird. They first fondled -and
clouted it, little dreaming that. rkmo
cratie pins, under such a pressure,were
liable ,to break away, and let highly
seasoned destruction down upon °their,
addled craniums: The Twitchell ca.
nerd was emphatically,a `bad egg." 7-
Its concoction was unneoessai.y.and its
rehearsals are_ nauseating.: Lay the'
vile ,batitlingi: carefully
Midwife. Meeks Marionette"-Piip:'
The RepnbliCans should remember
'that in some-respects-the coicieg'elec
tion one of
a ntheve;r3 :iTte mild he. polled.. For
instatice, is 1871-'the LegislatUre will
have devolved uponitSelf
aPP,ortioning-tßeinsYlvania: both for
Congressional and Legislafiye repre ,
senta . tion. 4olli'prthcee apporliOn
metitS . nOt:fallekeii;the : same.
year si p e , 2 d. will not : fall en
the same year again until 1941.,, This
shows the iinportanCeof having...A Re
publicati Govcrnor, when these appor
tionments take place, so that,. in no
event,-,there may-be an linfairgn.por
tionment of this State. R6ptiblicatis
of Centre county, do yoUr duty% by
voting for Geary and an honest appor-_
tionmcn t of the State.
WHAT is the.price of coal ? A:4k the
dealer, and then - prove,, if You- can;
that it is as low as it should beat this
reason ,of the year. Who. is to blame,
the. miner, the retail dealer, or the
monopolist? The Monopolist has been
in fault in all other such Outrages,_
and, surely must be in this. Asa:
ker is one of-the heaviest coal-mine
owners in Pennsylvania, cr in the
United States! With other monepz .
elists, he baS .aided in forcing the .
Market .up, and will not supply.coal
at fair prices. This campaign has
cost him "something 'nicer," anti he:
will . be bled still more. Who will
have to pay this in the end ? Why,
the "poor men," who. burn his coal,
paying therefor more than fair rates.
They who use the monopolist's coal
will pay l'aelker's election expenses..
And Democratic tricksters claim the
laboring mea will nearly all vote for
when black men were emancipated,
and - the bemocrats exclaimed, "Don!,t
do that: .white men won't. . with
them.'' When it was propoietl . Co
make soldiers of them' Democracy
cried out, "'They, are cowards; white .
men won't fight with. them." Now
'when. the iratention. is expressed. to r
give them the franchise, .that party
protests that . 'White' men will not
vote.with;them." These are large
minded-,arguments—great and noble
Yet,.such as they. are, they have
hula answered most forcib}y by the
.very,Persons who propounded them;
Nobody but ruffian Kuklus refuse to
live: with them on terms °fatuity :7 -
It turned out that Detnoorats -were.
glad to hate them enter - the army as
their-substitutk When. ver the black
;nan has suffrage the Democrat is
eager ,to avail himself of his compact ,
ionship and does not consider it any
condescensionto ask him for his vete.
Oh the consistency of this guttapercha
J. B. Butts.
Jere tßuttele well known to the poo
pfe Of Ce - ntre 'Co - 00Y. He Is clever
Man;in' . every sense of the word. He is
abundantly qualified to fillibe- office of
Sheriffs"if-elected he will not run all
over the county telling his business—
telling the names of tbotie against whom
he has warrants, who he is selling out,
and wimwili be the nest man to fail in
business. A Sheriff should keep his
business to himself. - Thi., Daniel W.
Woodringlinss not do. If;he' is: abaut
to sell a man out F-or if he is going to
arrest any one, in ebork„ no matter what
his • business is, everybody knows it
about tis soon as Woodling himdelt. This
conduct the people condemn in Wood-
ing, and will thtrei:ore vote far Jey e.
VOL, 1, NO. 40.
Twenty always _degrades
workingmen. - •
Twenty million. builds_houses for
traitors, antllmakes.hirlaborers pay for
them. . _
Twenty million - } rants the meobania - ta
labor sixteen hours a day, and compete
with.Engtish prices. •
Twenty million got rich off the men
be expects his shrewdness in time gone
by, will admit of his buying.
Twenty million's built a royal man
sion near .his (?).University for a neies
of his friend, the rebel Jeff. Davis.
Twenty million wont be elected Gov
ernor by.the , toiling men of Pennsylva
nia, and we rill bet $10,000,000 on it.
Twenty millions, by his vote, said a
Catholic was incompetent , to hold office
and administer the laws of the govern
Twenty replicas and the Centre coun
ty bucliwheater_ . _ say all farmers are
fools, and can be bought with Democratic
"stamps." . •
Twenty million has plenty of whiskey
on his side-board for rebels, and plenty
of cold victuals fOr the poor Man 7 st $1
extra per ton
Twenty million rays a Catholic is not
endowed with nati6e eensetodistinguieh
betieen.-$2-00;:r: AmSifeali, and 111
pence per'diem,•Engmb. - -
sneaked out of, paying
his laWful . faxes, hnt . e;: 1 1: SuPioit arch
in - prkticelfitYl,....ivhilel the la
Twenty million is'no'iy iilux.jni
Davis, bilithei'of the Jefferson,
rst bieroyal mansion , in 4alich: Chunk..
,llow'S . thnt, lineeln hirelings?" ..
Twenty million Packer flitted from
Mauch Chunk - e6,Pkila4elphiato sneak
out of raying his jucttly_assessed Nation
al, State, county:and , boirough taxes
Twenty million once - bolted the rept-.
lar Dimocratic nomination, beciture the
nominee was a Catholic, at the same time
voting' fora Knoir-:Nothing candidate.
„ Twenty the "Lin
coln hirelings” did not take his advice
during the war, and he don't meat
they will now.. You're,rigb t, old. $20,-
Twenty million's orgsne say old $21:4,; : -
000:001, lic;es in the Sixth Ward, Philak-•
clelphia, but they announce hina "For
[ GOvernor, Asa; Paolcer T$20,000,000) et
Carbon county. • -
Tweritimil)iOn wants to tear down all
safegnartie Rcr üblican - s have erected for
the poor man, and make the - hard:fisted
laborers compete withunder 7 paid work
men of England.- ;
Twenty million being able to buy hia
nomination for Governor, would be able,
to buy a Legislaiure, if neceseary, to as 7:
sist him in his-railreed ecbemes. to grrnif
the faces-of the
Twenty :million: Is not• a - native - - of--
Pennsylvania; butibe New canth -
date: his interests•jii:e ail with the
New - Tork - estabilliets against:the inter
ests of Ptnnsylvan ie. -
TiVenty million :is opposed - to the
" Eight Hour lair." Let mechanics and
laboring men remember that, and not
trust him. His professions are delusive
—he is a snake in-the-grats.
Twenty pillions' ducking in the Le
high by workmen he swindled Out of de
cent .tly's wages, didn't cleanse the par
ty. That garment will' be 'soused and.
pronouncetf"nix cum rouse," 'Oct. 12th.
Twenty million has never been able to
stomach a * Workingman since a .lot of
!them threw his kingship into the Lehigh:
' canal, in 1843, for attempting to term;
them into his service at searvation pri-.
• Twenty minim, fonts the bill while.
rebels dance, and the poor men of the
Commonwealth foot $20,000,000's bills
for the campaign. They will• "foot"
$20,000.000 in same other locality on the
12th of October.
Twenty million's nomination put 57
cents extra on each- ton of coal. The
"extra"? goes to defray the expenses of
the &Moo:maths campaign, and must come
out of ale •laboring Man's pocket. Stick
a pin there,:warkingmOn.
' Twenty million thinks be can corrupt
the voters of Centre 'county. He first
buys his nomination_
theia advances the
prioe- , of coal $2 per ton, and then sends
the "eairi?' helms made off -the goof
man into-the . emintry to - bny the laboring
man's vote! -`
Twenty - million says the - Eight Hour
Law shOtild not be enforced. Letlabor
ing men remember that Packer declined
to give a direct answer to the question
"Are you in favor of the Eight Hour
Law? That law was passed by a Re
publican Congress, and enforced in all
the _National work-shops in the United
States by President Grant. Will the
hard-fisted voters of Centre, bounty card
a vote fora man thus committed to fres
Trade, low-prices and poverty.
Twenty mi'llion's and bia friends would
beggar individuals and the State through
Free Trade Under Republican rule the
increased internal revenue receipts from
tobacco during the tiezal year, ending
June 80, 1869, (mostly under (4ratSt,)
amounted to $4,082,000. And the inv
creased receipts from inttrns.l reeettu
during the present quarter over the cor
responding period of last year is estima
ted at ten millions of donate, or at the
rate of forty mill.!crs per at t t Vo.,j