The Bellefonte Republican. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1869-1909, December 15, 1869, Image 3

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    =
Local Department.
BY 4 L - LEFONTE, PA
Wednesday Morning, Doc. 15, 18 69
JOB WORK.- 2- I ; oslers, Circulars; Bill
rfcads, cards, raper Boos, - .Tob iro7l: of
all 7ciads,-neatly executed at the PCZPIIBLI
CAN OFFICE, at reasonable rates
SATII Ikroxrx.—lf you want posters,
circdlars, bill beads, cards, paper-books,
first-class job work, plain or fancy, call
at the .11Ernetrc °dice. All work done
at PhiNdelphia.prices.
fifteen persons will expiate the crime
of murder, on the gallows, in this coun
try, during the present month; oneevery
other dav
Tun attention of the Torn Council is
directed io the obstruction ih Spring
creek. just below the 'High street bridge.
Not. "speckled beauty" will pop np the
stream while it is suffered to remtvin.
?or 'sn'Ou'r t—Onr town is again in
vaded by a;pack of disorganized, paint
ed vagabonds. calling themselves "Bar
nurn's. 7 ‘ramethi:tg.'*! and era playing
to a "select few" who are willing to be
fleeced of their "loose : change." Such
institutions 'shonlil be disconraced• by
every class of people, and they
,would
soon cease to anno:. us.
Ws would call the particular atten
tion of our readers to the adrertisenicnt.
of the American Knitting Machine Co.
They offer a splendid opportunity to al
most all classes tc melee money; partic
ularly farmers, who-can get a great deal
snore for their wool by having-bne of
these machines in- the house, and knit
ting their wool into s'eckings, &o:
MEI( Co.llll.—SUb3Criptio2l9 to the RE
PUBLICAN. From all ports of the coun
try, they came. From the East,. North,
West and South, they come. Every let
ter is full of cacomturus of our pnper,and
good wishes for the Editors. They all
toll us io continue in the good work,
Centre' county. redeemed from De
mocratic misrule, and the people saved
from the blighting, withering curse of
"Rings" and, "Cliques." Tlave no fears,
gentlemen, our work for the next year
is all laid out.
ITICAnTfI AND HMI FI.—WC have receiv
ed two numbers of this excellent Jour
nal, devoted to the firm, garden r.7.(1 fire
side, published by Pettengill, Ilntes
Co., 37 Perk Row, Now York. ,Ifearilt
and !Arne is well printed, on fine, white
paper, is brimful of original aud select
ed egricultural matter, which cannot
fail to be interesting and profitable to
our farmers audhousekeepers. We have
no hesitancy in recommending it to the
people orCettre county. Single co ice
Si per annum
agtoriahing holy
b(ty J. &J. Harris, and their le
marly
ecrlz. li. 11. Becner, are kept, at
their splendid It tr.iwAie sore. in the
Brockorkoff Block, Allvgbeny Fire
Dusy orde4.3—y!'aii-
Lig upon eustomer3, and delireril.g.
/ 4 .0035. Viers was a time when _Voile
font o would not l.u . pport hardware
store. Now,- one.is t:•ot able to supply
the demand. J. St. J. Harris are enter
pri>ing men; and Worthy cc the public
pats ot;t1 ge. Go and see them.
CtEPssrsra. — le IS WI. it p'enstero wo
the gttentiu n . of otrpentprs, and nil
7 .. t . : ,et. l e.; : ie:s, who wark in wood, to the. ad
vertisontent of C. G S.:holl. in oneth,r
czf.ittr.l..Lf the itEPVELICAN. Mr. Scholl,
on wilt be neon, rticettis:es e. ••Patent
Iland Saran'.ll," that. htt.i no equal, and
Oil( every carpenter should have.
is nitr.;.le in its construction. easily epe
rated, r,n:l not liable to grt out of order."
It is rec)trinacodz,d, en I is, no
great la.hor-srtving machine.—
For farther pirticulars. tee ftdreuise..
;mons, or address 0. G. Scholl, rex 1:.5.14,
Witliamq)ort, Fa
PA:nrtNo Otrrsinz Bett.DlNus.The
winter months are the be=t in the year
for
paling outside of buildings. In
Canada, CIO in many portions of this
eetnt!ry, all eiitside panning is done in
the winter. Paint put on at that season
of the year will wear much longer, and
present a better appearance than if put
OR at any other timo of the year. If put
on in the warm Season of tle year, the
heat absorbs the oil in the paint before
it penetrated the wood, and thelead soon
scales and washes off. If put on in cold
weather, the whole dries gradually, and
forms a bard coating that no kind of
weather affects for a very long time, and
leases a t.-lossy appearance. So says an
experienced painter.
Da. l'irrNon, of Philadelphia, will be
at the Garman Botel, Bellefonte, on the
I.6th, 17th and 18th lust., to consult with
patients, afflicted of all diseases, and
furnish medicines for their cure. See
advert lament in another column. Pri
vate parlor for ladies.
Doctor Wilmot. comes to us highly re
commended by Professor Gross, of Phil
adelphia, and other prominent medical
men of both 4117 and State, as unsur
passed in his treatment of all diseases
The Doctor is a nephew of Mr. Henry
Witmer, of Centre Hall, this countyond
we, therefore, feel full confidence in re
commending him to all who may have
occasion to consult him professionally.
It is his intention to make monthly via
; its to Bellefonte.
•
No orattn.-IVe do not wish to in
form Sots, reader, that Dr. Wonderful, or
any other man, has discovered a remedy
that cures all diseases of mind, body or
estate, and is designed to make our sub
lunary sphere a blissful paradise, to
which heaven itself shall be but a side
shcw, :but ?led° wish to inform you that
Dr. Sage's Catarrh 'Remedy has cured
thousands of cases rf Catarrh in its worst
forms and stages, and the proprietor will
pay SAO far a case of this loathsome
4isease ihs.t he cannot. cure.. It may be
preured by mail for sixty cent', by ad
dressing R: ti. pnuer, Buffa;:o, N.
Y. For sale at most Drug Stores every
alsera.
. .
TEES TlsALra or OUR BoTorTi.- 7 - e7_er,
within the recollection of the, oldest in
.babitnnts, was the health of our town
_better than at the przsent time. The wa
ter which we drink, and which is used
for culinary purposes, flows into our
reservoir from a large - spring in the
southern part of the borough, and is as
pure as it came from the creative hand,
and as sparkling Re the diamond which
its brilliancy so closely represents, The
health of the town is seen in the well de
veloped forms of our men awl women, in
the une , nlaled physionl strength of the
former, and the unrivaled beauty of
our Indies. Their step is firm and elas•
tic. their complcslonindicativeof strong
vitality. and those of (bent who are well
advanced in life, do not look as though
time had left its mark upon them.
Bellefonte has, for Many years, been .
noted its health, and freedom from
epidemics, while other places have suf
fered periodically from the ravages of
the pestilence, our air has been untaint
ed. The beauty of the town, and its sur
roundings, have also become historic.—
We live in the midst of towering hills,
canopied by a faultless sky, and invigo
rated by nir that is never burdened by
the poison of disease. If sickness
troubles us at distant periods, it comes
Its a vnpor, merely, which disappears as
rapidly as the mist from the brow of the
mountain, leaving the prospect more
brilliant, and the landscape more pietur
essiue than before. It can hardly be
overlooked that the superior health of
our borough is attributable, in a great
degree, to the industry and enterprise
of cur citizens. A people whose minds
and bodies are employed in healthful and
invigorating exercise, are 'seldom the
victims of physical ailments or mental
aberations. Drones can have neither
place nor encouragement in Bellefonte.
There are few here who do not follow
some induetrial enterprise. Our men,
and women, too, usltally earn what they
eat and wear. The most wealthy of our
ci , izens are engaged in some thing.—
Whether it is the result of long-estab-
lished custom, or an irresistable inclina
tion of their nature, life with them seems
to he to labor and to wait. Who have mil
lionnires amongst us, who need never,
wield a pen,nor carry a picli-ax; and yt"
they are not ashamed to do either. Every
day finds them at their places, doing
something for the prPservatirm of their
own lives, and the good of others Their
example is worthy of all praise and ,:mu
!mien. They rise in the mornit.g to le
hor, and retiro• to rest. at night, and their
sleep is as Tweet and unbroken as that of
the man wlt3 is obliged • t.t toil - for his
daily ht•cad.
Itl'e , ntws, which is alike. the bane of
hralth end h3ppine , -a, hat-: but little mar
gin among our plait., moral and religions
people, who obey the divine injunction.
allh tarn their bre.id by the sweat of
their face. Such a people. can always
rank among the greatest of their world
ly erj ,yments that of pure, free and un
interrupted health.
VANITY.—Tito Watchman of last week,
after a great deal qf hoisting,
••Light as a puff of empv air,"
in regard to the water power attached
to that office, says:
"The RErcnr.l CAN is now the orCy.pa
"per in town tint in priuted in cho oid
•'waC. ?'•tt Bishop stceet. alwat W:IS 11
"kind of a slow coach Once Wake up.
"geu•lemen! 'Keep up with the
I:ng have you titre:l(ly lagv.zd be
'•hind in the wake of imp , ovemout. and
"enterprise."
This reminds us, very forcibly, of the
Stork which, n'lt contented with his lot,
dressed himself in peacock feathers,for
cook his old ns.ociatetl, and commenced
strutting with a flock of pcnoock=. The
sham, as the rtory goer:, WaS _)3n dig
covered, and Mr. Stork kicked out far
his pride. Every feather cca; pinked otT
him, and there he s'ood. in his 'tility, a
poor, siiiy, brainless, featherless, home
ly. deformed and justly do-pised crea
ture, a warning to all vain boasters—to
all men who get above their business, for
all time to come.
Our devil, who, by-the-war, is &pret
ty smart boy, and a, boy of very gaol
judgment for his years, says that, if the
itsetteLlCAN is the only paper in town
printed in the old way, it. is also tho only
paper that gives its readers pod, solid,
tensible reading matter in the old way:
that does up the local news in the old
way; that discusses the political issues
of the day, fairly and honorably, in the
old way, and never fails to tell the truth
in the old way. If we h.q.(' the opportu
nity to play "Pincher" and "Booster"
in Ifarrisbitrg, for two or three winters,
re might, perhaps, be able, as other
people, to erect brick bnildings, and
own pr:nting offices run by water-power,
provided, always, that our constituents
would not desert 113, and refuse to send
us back, before we had all the "peacock
feathers wo tranted.
As to Bishop street, we can safely say,
that., for wealth, enterprise and respect•
ability, it will compere favorably with
any street in town. Upon this street is.
located the residence of Henry Brooker-
heti, Esq., the wealthiest man in town.
Here, ton, is the residence of J. 11. Mc
Clttre, and the extensive saddle and bar
neso manufactory of J. 11. McClure &
Son, the best in Central Penn.ylvania.
Keller & Muss er ' s store, filled with the
choicest variety of goofs ; the splendid
new drug-store of Zeller Jarrett ; the
Cummings House, kept by our enterpris
ing friend, W. J. Hostorman, and kept
in good style at that, arc all located on
Bishop street. The marble front of T
M. Reynolds, and the large, three-story
building recently erected by our enter
prising friend, Edward Brown, are on
Bishop street; and here, too, is to be
found the clean and well-supplied meat-
market of our clever and go-ahead friend,
B. V. Black, where the "Storks" of the
TWO:man are compelled to come every
morning for their daily supply of beef
and pork. Talk about Bishop street!—
Why, Bellefonte could not mist. without
Bishop street;and the people, willow ;Do
BELLRFONTS BeeVIILICAN, published in
the old way, would be wholly left, to the
2:lacy of !be water-power‘ mph." with
its smutty inh-slingk, its disloyal doe
tones. its light and trashy literature.
Remember, ye .g i vai,; . r-power" men, that
water will Lot do eg ;
bra;txs, - 7n . T.sitv eve-
del 2:
Rusts TOWNSHIP PUBLIC SCUOOLS.—We
are indebted.to Prof, Magee for the data
in relation to the sohools of Rush town
ship : -
The Cold Stream school is taught by
H. 0. Kline, a young man of fine talents,
and superior qualifications as a teacher.
Classification as follows:—Alphabet, 5;
Spelling, and not reading, 4; Ist Reader,
10; 2nd Redder, 14; 3d Reader, 13; 4th
Reader, 15; (the Directors and Teachers
have wisely thrown out the sth Reader;)
Written Arithmetic. 33; Mental Arith
metic. 52; (10 of whom are taught ortil
ly;) Grammar, 17; Descriptive Geogra
phy. 35; History of the U. S., 15; Physi
cal Geography, 7; Algebra. 3; Map draw
ing, 42; Composition, 15; Writing, 38
Singing is practiced daily. We imagine
that. the sweet singers of Israel would
find themselves totally eclipsed if they
were to visit this school. and here the
mellifluous voices of these young sing
ers. under the tuition of their excellent.
teacher. We shall certainly pay this
school a visit ere the expiration of the
term. Mr. Kline has commenced a se
ries of daily talks, or lectures on Physi
elegy. Number of pupils, 52; (too many
for ono school; but Mr. Magee informs
us that quite a number of these will soon
go to the Loydsvilje school, which has
lately been opened at that place, and
taught by Miss. Lucy Barnhart.) In Mr.
Kline's sellool, the teaching is thorough
and scientific—the teacher using no text
book while hearing recitations. Order,
cleanliness and taste prevail. Scholars
are respectful to their teacher and be-
have exceedingly well.
POWELTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL
This school is taught by Miss. Cyntha.
E. Lukens. School in flourishingoondi
lion, but standard rather low; there be
ing too ninny small scholars, which, by
the-way, is not the fault of the teacher.
This school was not well classified for
want of books; but this want, we are in-
formed, bns been st4plied, and no doubt
ihe school is now well classed. Tke
Professor says he found a 2nd Header
class of 6, which ought to be in the lower
school; 3 , 1 Reader, 3; 4th Reader, 12;
sth Reader 8; 'Written Arithmetic 29;
M , tp.,•;!;:':'.. i irithmetic, 29; Grammar, no
igco.rnphy, 23; History, none—no
'docks; yirritiog, 29; Map Drawing, Pho
netic Spelling and Singing will soon be
introduced, having been suggested by the
Superintendent. Number of pupils, 29.
POWELTON PRIMARY 901100 L
This school is taught. by hiss. Inez L.
Shaw. In this school the Alphabet, let
and 2nd Readers, Primary, Written and
Mental Arithmetic are taught. Singing
is not practiced, but will be introduced
soon. Exercises in Geography, Here,
also, the want cf books is felt.. Number
of pupils, 40. All of the above are in
teresting schools. The hardy, bright
eyed boys and girls, having, apparently,
determined to become as strong and lofty,
intellectually, as are the towring pine
trees by which they are surrounded.
The Black Bear and B:avor Mills'
schools arc now closed, being opened
only during the summer season.
The Potter's School is not in session
this winter; (Mill company formirrg, the
school having migrated.) TheDireclors
should, in :he opinion of Prof. Magee,
take into consideration the propriety of
opening a school at Sandy Ridge.
We sny. open up as many new schools,
all over the county, as psssible, and sus
tain well those already in existence. 'Tis
olveation forms the common mind. Ed
vcitiott makes law abiding and useful
citizens, find we must haj,it is education
which swell.; the yanks of the optic licst~
party, and casts aside the old foggyisms
which would drag us down to the errors
and projudices of the dark ages—io- the
mlv“cacy of human slavery—to the ex
clusion of the Ilib!e from our i:chools,nud
to the advocacy of the Calhoun and State
Rights fallacies of the 19th Century.
Let the friends of education every
where-gird on their armor, and prepare
to battle the mimics of our free school
system, no matter in what form or guise
they may appear.
For the Republican
PUBLIC SCIIOOLS of Funcusoz; Towis
sum—Number of schools, 15; graded. 2;
(at Pine Grove.) Numberof male teach
era, 7; females, 8. Average age of teach
ers, 24 years. Of these, one has had no
experience, heretofore,i❑ t eaching.while
seven have taught more than five years.
Eight have attended a County Normal
School. One holds acounty profession a
certificate.
SIVAIITZWILLE SCHOOL
This school is well arranged, and fur
nished with all needed arparatus—Globe,
Arithmetical Blocks, Maps, Zoological
Chart, clock, mottoes, pictures, ther
mometer, writing tables, call-bell. class
register, small, but select library kept
for the use of the scholars, &o. It is
praiseworthy to know that all these ar
ticles (except one Eet of outline maFs)
are furnished by, and belong to the
teacher. This school is taught by Mr.
Isaac Kreider. Number of pupils, 20.
Krumrine school, taught by John A.
Weaver. Number of pupils. 35.
Oak Grove school, 'Niles. Sallie A. Meek,
teacher. Number of pupils, 20.
Centre School, Mr. C. B Hess, teacher.
Number of pupils, 37.
Galesburg School, Miss. 'Decide F.Can
on, teacher. Numbs.' of pupils, 32.
Stuckey School, Miss. Sadie E. Adams,
teacher. Number of pupils, 34.
Tadpole School, Henry J Gates, teach
er. Number of pupils, 22.
Baileysville School, Miss. Kate D. Mil
ler, teacher. Number of pupils, 22.
Penn's Furnace School, Miss. J. H.
McCormick, teacher, Number of pupils,
32.
Kepler's School, Allen Bartholomew,
teacher. Number of pupils. 42.
Glades School, Miss. Angie Gardner,
teacher. This school closed—•teacher
attending musical convention iu Hunt in g•
don county.
Pine Grove Grammar school, tempo
rarily closed.
PEne GO" Priala" °. cliool, Miss. Liz
eib teacher. Number of pupile,
42.
While Hall School, George Homan,
Number of pupils. 26.
Branch School, Shies. ?‘'v
teacher. Number of pupil•, 28,
The most of the above' schools have
been open from 3 to 5 weeks, but are
not yet full, the children having been
kept at home to assist in doing the fall
work. Parents should strive to send
their children to school during the whole
of our short term.
All of the above schools, with the ex
ception of two or three; are in the hands
of efficient teachers—are well arranged
—have perfect order, (indoors and out,)
teaching thorough. Taste and cleanli
ness prevail; school-rooms decorated with
mottoes, evergreens,
,pictures, &c. To
this class, particularly, belong the
Swartzville, Oak Grove, Centre, Gates
burg, Branch, Stuckey, Baiteyville,
PCIOIII . II. Furnace and Pine Grove Prima
ry. Class-register are used in the
Swartzville, Centre, Gatesburg, Bailey
ville,Penn*a Furnace and Branch schools.
The claseilleation is goodin the Bailey
ville and Penn's Furnace schools; can be
somewhat improved in the others. The
new schoolhouse at Penn'a Furnace is
a good, substantial frame building, and
does honor to the Board of Directors who
erected it.. It presents quite a contrast
when compared with some of the poorer
class still used in the district. There
are still five houses in the district with
injurious furniture. When will it be re
placed by better? The Directors of Fer
guson deserve praise for grading their
teachers' salaries according to the grade
of their certificates. This is right. Let
teachers have something to stimulate
them to improve themselves. We would
also suggest here that, in employing
teachers, those best qualified be placed in
control of the more advanced schools.
The attendance at the above schoels
ranges from 69 to 90 per cent. Number
of pupils who have not missed a clay this
term, ranges from two to ten, in the dif
ent schools. All the above schools will
be supplied with call bells. Singing is
practiced in all except the Oak Grove,
where it will soon be introduced. Oral
instruction is given in Physiology, Map
drawing and Phonetic Spelling in near
ly all.
HOLIDAY PRESENTS.—Ere we are
aware of it, holidays will be upon tn i and,
dear reader, may we ask, are you pre
pared for the - great occasion 'l. Have you
thought of that neat and appropriate
little gift you duly owe to "sombody,"
and where you would be most likely to
make a suitable purchase? If you have
not, do not delay, but repair, forthwith,-
to the magnificent drug-store of Messrs.
Zeller &Jarrett,- Oa Bishop street, imme
diately opposite the . Ittzenmeas CHICO,
where you will be greeted, not only by
an endless variety of neat and , appropri
ate holiday presents, but by the Winning
smiles and bright and intelligent coun
tenances of Will. and Fred., than whom,
no better fellows exist. We have not
room, we are grieved to say, to mention
any of their immense variety, but suffice
it to say that, outside the large cities,
it is unequaled. Give them a call.
"Ting SucEPPO TRAGEDY, ENTIRE," will
be issued at ibe office of filo. Carlisle
Herald on or about the 2.4.11 instant. The
hook will contain a full account of the
entire case, and will be sold at the fol
lowing rates:
0 :c copy .........
Twenty citpies
Fifty copiuf
One hucdrod copies
Married.
BECK—GROSS—On the Sth inst.. at Oar
man's lintel, by S. L. Barr, Esq., Mr. W.
IIcC!r• and Misv Sophia U. Gross, both of
this county.
STEVENSON—BARBER—On the `2sth of
Nov., et the icAidenre of the bride's pa
rent;, in Williami.por', Pa— by Itoi".
Paret. Rector of Christ's Church, Mr. An
drew Stevenson. and Miss Mary E. Bar
ber, formerly of Lock Haven.
RANICIN—LEMIIKEY.—On the Bth inst,
at the residence of lt. Bryson Wilson, by
the Rer. W.T.Wy lie, Mr. John Rankin,
and Miss Fannie Leurbkey, all of Belle
fonte.
Joined in the holy bonds of matrimony
—two willing hearts—two willing hands.—
We have no doubt both are pleased, and that
both did well. Jno. I. Rankin is a young
man of great industry and energy, and we
aro p!eased to know that he had the good
sense to choose for himself a life-partner
who, by eduCation and practice is compe
tent to adorn either kitchen or parlor. May
they long live to enjoy the bliss of wedded
life, and may they ever remember thaf,
"Though fools spurn Bytnen's gentle powers'
We, who improve his golden hours,
By sweet experience know
That marriage, rightly understood,
Gives to the tender and the good
A paradilo below."
HUTCHISON—On the 28th ult., at Black
Jack. Kansas, Joseph Lincoln Eutchison,
son of John B. and Mary Ellen Hutchison,
and grandson of Jos. G. Carson, of Pot
ter's Mills, Pa., aged 4 years, 4 months
and 13 days.
MACLAY—On the 29th of November, 1889,
in Milroy, Holmes Maelay, formerly a
member of the Legislature, in the 55th
year of his age.
Grain and Flour Markets.
B.ELLIZFONTP. Dec. 15, 1569.
Barley $ SO
White wheat per bushel
Red wheat..
Corn (new)
Oats 40
Rye per bushel 90
Buckwheat per bus. 75
Cloverseed " " 6 00
Plaster 1 % ton 16 OD
Milroy Markets
Corrected Weekly by Geo k J. P. Blyinyer•
MILROY, PA., Dec. 15, 1869.
White Wheat, 'CI bushel $1 10
Red " 105
Rye V. bushel SO
Oats, new 42
Corn 80
Barley . 50
Plaxrecil 2 00
Cloverseed G 50
Plaster, Ground 10 00
Salt in sacks to 3 00
" in Utile 3 25 to 3 50
Lialeburners Coal 5 00
Stove Coal, Wilkes Barre 8 00
Philadelphia Market.
Puthvamtabni,v, Doe, 15, 1869
P.ovisions. quiet. Petroleum quiet; crudo
234 c. Flour quiet and week; superfine $4 75
00 00. Wheat very quiet; Pennsylvania
red $1 2701. 30. liye declined to $1 li0q)
l 05. Corn Dull; old yellow $1 08 :now btl
®B7 o. Whiskey lower at $1
^ Mosel
R. 31. 31
$ 25
. 4DO
. it 00
15 GJ'
Died.
1 10
1 00
i.AfISCELLANEOITS
S. H. WILLIAMS & CO
biANITFACTURERS COTTA.G FUR
NITURE.
The trade supplied with
ALL KINDS OF TURNED WORK.
At our new estrblishment near the Belle
fonte Planing Mill we now manufacture
Cottage. Furniture,
'Chair Stands,
Turned Palling,
Cant-Hook 'Handles,
and turned work of Every Description.
CABINET MAKERS
throughout Central Pennsylvania, we in
vizi) you to call and see us. Wsrare prepar
ed to famish you with
ALL THE TURNED WORK NEEDED
in your business. cheaper than you can
purchase in any
OTHER PORTION of THE COUNTRY—
cheaper than you
CAN PURCHASII IN THE CITY
OUR MA.CRINERY is the VERY BEST,
and tnr facilities for obtaining lumber ena
• blo us not only to compete with, but to
UNDERSELL ANY OTHER ESTABLISHISZ=
in the whole country
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR WORK
and prieee.
Upholstering. Reparing Furniture and
every thing pertaining to the business pro
perly attended to.
OPPOSITE THE BUSH HOUSE.
je2'O9•ly. Bellefonte, Pa.
F URNITURE WAREROOM
JOHN BRACIIBILL,
Manufacturer an/ Dealer in all kinds of
lIOUSEEIOLD FURNITURE,
SOFAS,
LOUNGNS;
COTTAGE BBDBTBDS,
SPRING: BOTTOM BEDS,
TABLES, ROCKING: CEAIRS, &c.
I also lieep constantly on•hand
a very fine selection of the latest styles of
WALL PAPER,
at the
MOST REASONABLE RATES
My prieware all as low, for every artiele as
they oan.be
in this nitliner
IN ORDER TO SATISFY YOURSELVES
(Jail mad examine my stook
JOHN BRACHBILL,
(Old Stand) Spring St.,
je2139-4.32. . Bellefonte, Pa
GRAND OPENING
LOEB, MAY & LOEB
did epos an entire
NEW STOCK OF DRY iOODS,
Clothing, Furs, itobEs, Groceries, Boots,
Shoos, ttc.?
in their now building on
ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA.,
ON SATURDAY, 13TFI INST
We invite the inspection of our Stock
LOEB, liAlir & LOEB
0at2713 -tr.
J OHN 11. HAHN,
ALSO, DEALER IN
Watches, Clocks and Fine Jewelry,
CHRONOMETER& OTHER WATCHES
Repaired on the
AIOST SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES.
All Work Warranted to
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
JOBBING OF ALL KINDS
Promptly and Carefully Executed at the
SiIORTEST POSSIBLE NOTTcro
.uusiness transacted in German d c English
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
Next Door to Harper Bro's. Store,
SPRING ST., NEAR
DELLEFONTE, CENTRE CO , PENN/
3721'69-Iy,
pHLLADELPHIA. STORE t
PHILADELPHIA STOKE!
PArLADELPHIKSTORE !
KELLER & MUSSER
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
ANOTHER NEW STOR'2.
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF FALL
AND WINTER 031-00D.3.
KELLER & MUSSER have just opened
the best, cheapest, laYgest, as well as the
best assorted stock of Goods in Bellefonte
or Central Pennsylvania, at their now
PHILADELPHIA STORE, in
BROCKERHOFFS BLOCK, Bishop St
They have Silks, Coburgs Alpacas, Merino!,
Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams,
Prints, Poplins. Lawns, Hand
kerchiefs, Kld and other
Gloves, Hosiery, Bal
morals, Hoop-skirts,
and a general va
variety of
Ribbons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc.,
FOR GENTLEMEN.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black
and Fancy Cassimeres, Sattinetts,
Tweeds, Meltons, Water-proof
Cloth, Silk, Satin and common
Vestings, etc., in great
variety, and at prices
that will give
general' satis
far tion to
buyers.
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 Cvershirts, Woolen and
Cotton undershirts, Handkerchiefs, neck ties,
16c., ko., &C.
Calf and Rip
Boots and Shoes,
Gum Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, and
HOUSEHOLD GOODS,
in endless variety, such as Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Rugs, Brown Mullins, Bleached
Unsling, Sheetings, Table
Cloths, ettc„ 8543.,
MATRASSES,
Their stock of QUEENSWARE & GRO
CERIES cannot be excelled in quality or
price.
Call in at the Philadelphia Store and con
einceyourselves that KELLER & MUSSER
have everything-you want. and do business
on the principle of.' Quick Sales - and Small
Profits.' •
CHAIRS,
GRAIN AND . Pnoritez ARE feit'l3l4
N EW . roITIEAP ! ! GOOD H!
Tmportant to the Ladies of Bellefonte and
curfoundiug country.
BRO'S & CO'S.,
No. 6 Bush's Arcade, Bellefonte, Pa.,
Have just opened their Fall Stock of Dress
Goods, Notions, Gloves, Calicoes, Mus
lies and Flannels.
They have also added to their Stock, Zeph
yrs, Zlphyr Patterns, Germantown
Wdol, Ribbons and other Goods
not heretofore oehred by them.
A complete assortment of
Shawls, Blankets, and everything
else is for sale cheaper than at cash priocs,
We arc ag-cnis for the justl;• celebrated
American Beton nolo Ororsoaming and
Sowing Machine.
The Greatest irorh.r of the age
It is LIGHT RUNNING, Simple, Durable,
does not:easily get out of order, and
does mere kinds of work than
any ether Machine made.
Prim, of Combinntion Ainchino with
cover, $75,00
Price of Plain Machine, without brit-
ton-hole attachment, with cover,... $60,00
Don't forget the place , . Come and seo
Oct 0-ly
N EW STORIi.
'lave opened up an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK of GOODS
of every description,at their new store
room on Spring street; which were,
purchased at
PANIC PRICES,
and will be sold as low if not lower,l
than can be found elsewhere in this
section. Their stock comprises in,
oast,
,Dry Goods,
Notions,
Millinery Goods,
Hos , ries'
Fancy Goods,
Clething,
Boots & Shoes,
Hats & Caps,
Carpet-Bags,
U mbrellas,
Parasols,
Gentlemen and Ladies
Furnishing Goode,
Ladies Cloaks & Circulars ;
In Silk and Cloth,
Carpeting,
and everything else that is to be
found in a *ell stocked country store.
COUNTRY PRODUCE,
taken In exchange for goods, and
the highest market price paid.
ja6 TAM
JAS. A. QUIGLEY
QUIGLEY k CROSKEY'S
CHEAP CASH STORE,
EAGLE VILLE., C.E . NTRE CO.,
WE take' pleasule in announcing- to far
mers rib d tiro public geiEierally that we. keep
constantly on band, at our store in' Eagle
vile, Dry Goods, Groceries, ac.', and
SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE
in town or country. Wo shall always on
.deavor to purchase good Goods and war
arnt everthing as wo represent it. We also
•always pay the highest
PRICES FOR con , -
- PRODUCE.
Please call and examino our stock for
ourselves. ja13'69.1y.
ElO SALE.—Any person wishing to pur
ch:ti-e a good breeding Mare,eight years
old nest spring, a bright bay—would do
well to call on the subscriber near Houser
rile, Centre county, Pa.
n0v,:1'69 3t.e H. H. YARNELL.
WAGON H (MRS, spokes and figloea
largo and sinall.at
IRWIN do IVILSONS'
15PLY GOODS, &c
FOR THE LADIES
at the lowestprices
ZPOIFBMAN BROS. dr, CO.
HIRPER BROTHERS
Groceries
Queonsware ke
STATIONt RY,
If ENRY CROSKEY
DRY GOODS.
DO NOT FORGET
That the place to buy Cheap Goode,
CAL.ZOOES,
DE LAINES,
BILKS,
SATINS,
CASSIMERES,
OASStiETB,
BLANKETS,
READY-MADN CLOTHING-,
for Mon and Boys, is at
JOHN W. COOKB'S
CHEAP CASH STORE,
REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALIROBZNY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
We started cut on the principles of "Small
profits and quick Returns," and how well
we have succeeded is known to everybody.
OUR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE AND
GLASSWARE,
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 cordially invite everybody
to give us a call. before pur
chasing elsewhere. Do
not forget the place.
REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGHENY
STREET,-BELLEFONTE, PA.
ja6'69.ly
GREAT EXCITEMENT 1
EXTRAORDINARY CONCENTRATION
OF BARGAINS
HOWELL, GILL LIND &CO'
of Bush'a Arcade, 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
sorted stock than ever before offered to the
pablic. Our extensive stock of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
Demands particular attention.
Great Bargains to be bad in Piints, Muslins,
Notions, loc., tie
The latest styles of spring and Summer
Cassimers already received.
READY MADE CLOTHING
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
A largo assorment of Hats, Caps, Boots and
Shoes constantly on hand.
Our Grocery department demands particular
attention. A full assorment constantly
on hand,tho best the markets can afford,
such as
SYRUP, SUGAR, TEA /1 4 COFFEE.
Canned Fruits, Jollies, Domestic and
Foreign Fruits, Cheese and Pastries of all
kinds, and every other article belonging to
the Grocery Department.
FARMERS, MECHANIC'S AND LA-
BORERS,
LOOK 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
aro selling Dry Goods and Groceries.
Come and examine for yourselves, and Tie
convinced of the truth.
DON'T FORGET VIE PLACE,
Bush's Arcade, Rooms No. 1 and 2
jan6'6o.ly.
ANOTHEIC I.E . W . STORE
EMIL JOSEPH 1, CO., ALLEGHENY ST,
(Y :Bride's Building,)
BEELEFOFTE, PENN'A.
CHEAP NETT? YORK STORE.
COME ONE! COME ALL !!
SEE HOW CHEAP WE CAN SELL,
DRY GOODS,
DRY GOODS,
CLOTHING,
CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS
FURNISHING GOODS
FOR LADIES & GENTS,
FOR LADIES & GENTS,
FURS,
FURS,
COVERLETS,
COVERLETS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
WATCHES,
WATCHES,
JEWELRY,
JEWELRY,
SILVER-PLATED WARE,
SILVER-PLATED WARE,
all of which we warrant, and at city prices
A FIRST CLASS WATCH MAKER
constantly on hand, and all work warranted
A liberal discount to tho trade. Give u
a call. ja6'6o.ly.
GEO. D. BYER'S
DRY GOODS AND . GROCERY STORE,
No. 6 ThicatEntomi's Row,
NEXT D'O'OR TO' THE POST OFFICE,
BzLLUFONTE, RESN°A.,
Is the place for bargains in the way of Dr-y
Goods, Clothing, Mots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, Queens and
Cedar Ware, Groceries,
CANNED AND DRIED FRUITS,
ALSO, NOTIONS,
Everything in' his lino i's sold at very Low
Prices.
POLITE AND ATTENTIVE CLERKS;
are always In atteivlanetS
to wait on his numerous customers; The
HIGHEST CASH PRICES
paid for all kinds of marketing and ki:oduce.
Cash paid for
ALL K111 7 1),S OF GRAIiY
- Goodadelirered with pleasure. No trouble
co show goods. Give him a call before Pnr
thasing elsewhere. StiV69.y
best thew at
ERvTh HORSE! SHOES,
dc WILSON'S
SECHLER &
FRUITS, NUTS, & CONFECTIONERIES.
KiEP TII BE&T ASSORMENT Or GOODS,
BROADCLOTHS
ROI7SE IN CENTRE COENTY
GROCERIES OF E'rer7 DESCMPIIOI'.;.
B GIVING Us A CALL:
NO: SIX, nra StRtBT toltOliTT,
ira6sti Btock,BELLEFOfin.
my26 i 69-Ii
B URNSIDE & THOMAS.
Offer to the Public one of the
largest and best selected stocks' of mercbcn.
dise, in Centre county. Call; examine and'
see for yourself.
T HE Largest and Best Stock of Warri ed•
Boots and Shoes, warranted to fide
satisfaction, at reduced prices, ottfy tc ii'
found at BURNSIDE & THOMAS'
J. W. COOKE.
SPICES of all varieties, ground to order
and warranted to be strictly pure.
It is the only place you can find unadtiltera ,
ted spices. Try them for your own satid
faction. You can only find them ,t ,
BURNSIDE et" TRONIAZS'.
HANDSAWS, knives, spoons, coffee m ills,-
shovels, spades,- rakes, hoes, lamps , "
forks, chains, &c., at
BURNSIDE Tifiatt"AS'..•
HORSE COLLARS, if you dori't NiParg.:
your horse's Shoulders' galled - SU.
made sore, get good horse collars, at'
BUItNSIDE & TIIOAIAS'..
HARNESS, collars, cart whips, carriage
whips, in great varieties, goverh.
meat gears, saddles, bridles, niartingale. , ,
check lines, cart gears, tug harness, buggy',
harness, homes, &c. Everything in tiiesadv
dlery line, at
_FISHING TACKLES, rods Bids,
flies, sea hair baskest, &V. Rig yaa
out to catch trout. at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS'.
THE highest market price pit& for all
kinds of country prodtiCe, at'
FINE GROCERIES, mocha coffee, old
gov. java, best quality Rio coffee,
best olong black teas, green teas, levering.
syrup, golden syrup, Drips flee article ba
king molasses, rice and everything in the
grocery line at the lowest cash prices in the
market BURNSIDE a THOMAS', is the
piece.
IT IS known to all in Bellefonte
through the county if you want
good article go to
BURNSIDE & TROgAS'.
LEATHER, of all discripticns, french calf
skin, span ish.solo hiather,morw2co's
sheep skins, linings: Es'erything in the
leathorlino warrantedie, giro satisfaction.
at BIniRNSIDE a THOMAS'.
rTIOYS of all kird4, at .
_L BITIINSIDE
HOE-MAKERS TOOLS and findings, in
all their varieties, at
N EW PATTE RNS of oil cloths, a£ ro
ducted prices, fit
BURNSIDE 4:`'
SADDLERS BUCKLES, liooks,iiita stiot's•
rings. Everything a saddler d=int`,
for the manufacture of harness, to lie fouri&
at BURNSIDE 61 T.LICIVAS',...
B ASKETS in all their varlitties . ; childrens
carriages, willow -Iyard, gads, pistols,
powder, shot, caps, cartridges, .te.. at
BIJRNSIDE & THOMAS'.
NOTIONS of all kinds, Stolring's gloves,
Handkerchiefs, combs. pocket books,
in all their variety ard very the ^,
BURNSIDE & THOMAS',
NOTIONS,
NOTIONS,
TURKEY PRUNES; raisens, reaches ap
pies, oranges; leinens, all kiticis'
foreign fruits, Ifanii, hit
B lIRSIDE' TITOAI.AsS-;.
CANNED p ep:eb es, to Ma tde
pino apples, and peas hi gfeat ;Oatis
etr, i t BURSIDE TIIOAIAS
v7 IIIITrIFS, Herririg; mackerel;
- .
ja6'6o.ly
BABBITS SOAP, Wm. Ragan and 'Kenna
olive soap, Dobbins' soap, Jesse
Oakloy's soaps,, old castilo, pard, Palzh
Elderling's soap, and a great variety of oth.
er soaps, at
W. BAILEY,
Bush end Irehitt's Bleak, near the Lrepol,.
PLUMBER; QAS AND STBAIt FITTER,
FIRE-PLACE TigAT.ERS, STOVES,T.O
DOWN Q-RATES, TERRA COTTA
SANFORD'S O.DiEBILIT'..D HEATERS,
In short everything usually kept by the
largeit Plumber and Gas-fitting Houses• in
our cities. can be obtained of me, as it is my
intention to spare neither time riot pains to
accommodate those favoring me with their
orders.
from all parts of tho State, aspe;Slailjo from
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO BY COM-
GROCERIES, &c
DEALERS IN
GitodßiEs, rrwvisioss,
mad aell
FOR SMALLER PROFITS
than any other
ROUSE-KEEPERS'
and all °triers tiaiiing to pun:Ea:Ed
will bo amply repaid'
sEcirLER
BOOTS, SHOES, &e
BURNSIDE &
BURNSIDE trcomAs,
I3URNSIDE & THOMAS'
RURXSIDE & TROIA'S'
HURNSIDE THOMAS'
tET,LBONTE, PENN'A.;
TIzN & SiltET-IRON WORKER;
EiMOKE STACKS, tte.
DZAI EU rs
GOOD'S; (from PhiVa.,j 6111.11-
iTE Y . TOPS, AlEo,''.gt:s. for
(Brick Blii.Ni3ed and Portable))
ORDERS SOLICITTD
Central Pennsylvania, and.
PETENT WORKMEN
J. W. BAILEY,
Bush's Neu - Block,
myEc'e9.ly. Btllergpte, PenrL'a,