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Wednesday Morning, Des. 22, 1369
JOB WORK.—Posters, CircuLtrs, Bill
Heads, Cards, Paper Books, Job Troik .of
ecti kiu e , neatly executed at the REPUBLI-
O qt. reasonable rahs
Two MusicAL and Literary entertain
mente,-under the auspices of" the Acade
my,'will be . giventhe citizens, at Rey
nolds New Rail; one on Thursday .Eve.,
Dec.; iho other on Christmas night.
Doors open at 7. Exercises begin at 71.
A. B. Hutchison hasbeen commission
ed Deputy Escheator, by Auditor Gen'l
Hartranft, to take charge of the escheat
ed estate of Patrick Brew, late of Miles
Orricana of Bellefonte Lodge, N 0.268,
A. Y. M, elected Tuesday, Dec 14th,
1869, to serve one year from St. John's
day, Dee. 27th, W. M., A. 13. Hutchison;
5, Geo. M. Yocum; J. W., Adolph
Loeb; Seo'y, E. M. Blanchard; Treas
urer, Isaac Mitchell.
SO TELEI STIOVLD.—We are pleased to
learn that, in consequence of so much
having been said by the honest portion
of the Pennsylvania press against the
corruption "ring" at Harrisburg, the
members of the next Legislature have
become exceedingly Huff-y
SNow.—On Saturday last, about 7 o'-
clock in the morning, it commenced
snowing, 'and continued to snow all day.
until about 7 o'clock in the evening.—
Several of our friends measured it at that
time, and report that. it measured 18
inches deep. Sleighing, therefore, is
FESTP7AT“—The members of the M. E,
Church, and their friends, will hold a
Festival, at Beech Creek, Clinton county,
from December 29th, to January let, in
clusive, for the benefit of the M. E.
Church at that place. It is hoped that
all lovers of.good order and Christianity
The Musical Convention wilt, no doubt,
be a grand affair. Tickets, 50 cis.
A REMINISCENCE.-At an early day,
quite a severe battle was fought at the
big spring in this- place, between the
whites and Indians. Several Indians
were killed, and the remainder driven
up the Sinnemahoning. The whites were
led by Capt. Sam. l;i•ady and Peter
Grove, two of the greatest Indian kil
lers ever knoWn. The Indians were led
by that renouned warrior and Chief ;
Bald Eagle, who had his nest ntar where
Milesburg is located. -
Tualczy.-We want no vnut machine,nor
any hybregised Bohemian individuals to
bnast of their iurkeys, or even to hint
turkey to us. We tiun't Irish to hove any
communication with you. either verbal or
written, on". the subject of turkey.
Thanks to the great big liesrt (41g
enough fur three) of -Zinimermait
Bro's & Cb., we ha.Te a Clltristmas tur
key. Zimmerman Bro's & Co. under
stand their husines.s. They appreciate
the virtue of printer's ink. We appre
ciate the turkey. You bet. Who says
turkey for New Years thy
.•;o flumtitio.—We do tint wish to in
f.irat you, reader, that Dr. Wonderful, or
any other man, hits diecevered 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
show, but we do wish to iPf07177 you that
Dr. Sage's... Catarrh Remedy has curad
thousands of cases of Catarrh in its worst
forms and stages, and the proprietor will
pay $5OO for a case of this loathsome
disease that he cannot cure. It may be
nrcured by mail for silty cents, by ad
dressing R. V. PIEP.CE, M, D., BUffa:o, N.
Y. For sale at most Drug Stores every
REVIVAL,—Ret. Jas. Mullen, Pastor
of the M. E. Church, in this place is
holding a protracted m eeting. It has
been in progress over one week. Several
penitents have been at the alter, and
others have asked the prayers of the
Church. Mr. Mullen, we understand,
is without help, having to do all the
preaching, all the singing and all the
praying, except the aid he receives from
the "Warps," or sisters of the church.—
We hope the good work may go on, and
also hope that the brethren in Christ
may come to the relief of Mr. Mullen,
and come up to the help of the Lord—to
the help of the Lord against the mighty.
Hundreds of people, both old and young,
are out of the ark of safety, who should
be gathered into the folds of the Church.
Zion, a. wake, arise!
BLAIITIFUL SICK.—Loeb, May & Loeb
have given another evidence of their en
terprise, and their determination toes
cal, by placing above their store-door
one of the most beautiful signs we have
ever seen. Everybody stops to look at
it—everybody admires it,and every per
sea exclaims: "Oh! who painted this
magnificent sign? "Painted in the city,
of course," says one fellow who always
purchases everything he wants in the
city, instead 'of patronizing home indus
try. "No person in Bellefonte could
paint such a sigu,"• says a third, who
entertains the idea that no good can come
out cf Nazareth, and that you must al
ways go away from home to find talent,
Poor fogy; his stye, if he is not careful.
will break his neok. "That sign must
have been painted in town," says a fourth,
"becansc I.:ob, Nay S: Loeb, never em
ploy foreign mechanics, when they can
rind as good, if not bolter, at , home."—
The last ETeal.:er was right. That sign
was painted at borne—right here in
Bellefonte, and by whom? Why, by J.
G. Kurtz, to-be-sure. J. G. Kurtz for
mally Editor of the Central Press, is the
only man in all. this country who can
paint, suet a sign. He has nainted all
the I mM:come signs in town; but there is
notbiar- ' to equal the new sign of Loeb,
May .S. - .Leeb, in Central Pennsylvania.
Mr. Kurtz is certainly master of the art,
and all persons wishing signs should a?-
OUR CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO OUR AN--
NUAL ADVERTISING PATRONE.—This num
ber closes our first year, or volume of
the REPUBLICAN. Nobly have our busi
ness men, merchants and mechanics,
sustained it. Its success, we think, is
unparalleled in the history of country
newspapers. For this we thank our pa
trons—the community generally. We
have spared no pains, gentlemen, tokeep
your business prominantly before the
people, and now, as an evidence of our
regard and esteem for yeu, as well as of
our appreciation of your kindness to us,
we give you one general closing notice,
as a Christmas present, it being the best
offering we can find space for at present.
We ask our readers to peruse the list of
mimes with care, assuring you that it
will be to your advantage to consult the
columns of the REPUBLICAN before mak
ing any purchases. We recommend, and
can only recommend those who adver
tise with us :
Irwin & Wilson, Hardware, &c.
J. & J. Harris,
Levi A. Miller, Groceries, &c.
Sechler & Co.,
Burnside & Thomas,
Zimmerman Bro's Co., Dry Goods. &c.
G. D. Pifer,
Keller & Musser, I<
Howell, Gilliland & Co.,
Loeb, May & Loob,
J. W. Cooke, AL
Helfer & Bro., AS
Harper & Bro's, .. •
A. Sternburg, it
A. Sussman, it
Frank S. Wilson, Drug-store
Frank P. Green,
Zeller & Jarrett,
Graham & Son, Boots & Shoes.
I'. McCaffrey & CO., 46
Jacob D. Miller, Book-store.
John Montgomery & Son, Fashionable
Wm. S. Tripple, `•
IL P. Harris, Furniture Ware-room, Un
S. H. Williams & Co., "
W. M. Holmes 4 . Co., Bellefonte Plain
Mackey & Co„ Milesburg Plaining
Wm. S. Wolf, Tinware, Spouting. &c.
Bayard, Jenkins & Co.. Bellefonte
Dr. Wingate, Dentist.
Shortlidge & Co., Coal and Wood-turnt
J. B. &C. T. Alexander, "
E & E M. Blanchard, Profes'l Card.
M. Allister & Beaver,
Bush & Yocum,
Orvis & Alexander, '•
Wilson & Ilutchieee,
Blair & Stitzer,
J. G. Leve,
Jas. li. Reekin,
W. J Keats'',
J. F. Potter,
Geo. F. Herds,
Jse. H. Dobhir-s,
Geo. L Potter, 4i
G E Ch
.1; F. Holihan, Physie..an, Milesburg.
.1 W. itLone, Deetiet, lioalsburg.,
F6l .N'l Batik, Bellefonte, Busietese card.
Centre County lealdi,
V Black, Meat-market.
Rankin & Irwin, Insuiauce Agents,
.Toeepli A. ltitnlan,
Barr 3: K;nsloe, - ‘.
Rankin & Irwin, Real Testa'e Agents.
Isaac lianpt, Sieves, Tinware, &e.
Wetzel & Twitmire, "
I:riah Stover, Auctioneer.
Wm. Brown, •‘
Daniel Garman, Hotel, Bellefonte, Pa.
tlouser.l & Groin, Brockerhotf House.
Vint. J. Hostel-man, Commisg, !louse.
Brewn, Our Hotter.
Win. lekeit, Hotel, Pleasant Gap, Pa.
Jonathan Kreanwr, National
11. H. Kline, Conrad House, Bellefonte. '
Geo. M. Peck. Eating Saloon, Bellefonte.
Z.T.Cudykunst, Bak'y and Cenfecry.
J. H. Salads,
S. J. McDowell,
J. P Odenkirk. Business card
Dr. Witmer, Physician, &o.
Shirer & Williams, Carriage reanufac
Theo. Desehner, Glinemith, Bellefonte.
Geo. Blymyer & Co. Milroy, Pa.
M. S. Graham, F ash, Barber, Bellerte.
Peer, Salmons & Co., Bricklayers.
Jeremiah Fesic, ilonsepidnter, &e.
Isaac Lose & Co., Livery-stable.
Prof. J. 1' Hughes, Bellefonte Academy.
Quigly & Cruskey, Dry Goods, Eagle
Charles T. Fryberger, Tobacco store,
J. W. Ilaily, - Gas fitter.
Dauchy & Co., New York.
11s. Pattie Winters, Millinery store.
J. H. McClure & Son, Saddle and Har
13. V. Pierce, Catarrh Remedy.
Hahn, Watchmaker and Jeweler.
J. J. Disci & Co., Sewing Machines,
Lock Haven, Pa.
C. C. Scholl, Hand sawmill, Williams
We have omitted no one's name from
our list; if so, it is unintentional. Again
we thank you, gentlemen, and ask for
the renewal of the contract with one and
all. And now, to you, to our transient
advertisers, and to our 1672 subscribers,
we wish abundant. success, a long, long,
long and peaceful life, together with a
"merrie," "merrie" Christmas, and a
happy, busy New Year.
A MODEL PARLOR MAGAZINE.—For
beauty of typography, artistic engravings
and high-toned literary articles, together
with a. large and beautiful display of the
Fashions, Demorest's Monthly Magazine
is certainly unsurpassed. The January
number, just received, in addition to
unusual holiday attractions, has a tine
steel Portrait of both Mr. and Mme
Demurest. The rich display of novelitie.
offered in Demorest's Monthly would
seem to be enough to seoure a circulation
sufficient to satisfy its publishers, but
in addition we see they propose to give
a very large and fine engraving to cash
subscriber, valued at $lO. The Engrav
ing alone would make a very appropriate
Holiday or Birthday gift; but when ad
ded to the costly Picture the best Parlor
Magazine is included, to be a monthly
reminder of the friendly feeling of the
giver, there is certainly no better way
of investing s3.—Address Demorest's
Monthly, 838 Broadway, N. Y.
WILD GEDSE.—On Sunday morning
last two wild geese flew over our town.
They were, evidently, hunting a w arm
or climate, but had lost their course.—
They were going directly East. What
does it mean ? Can any of our prognos
ticators explain ?
Everybody should go and see J. C.
burns, the Artist, at the Drockerhoff
UNPRECEDENTED DisecivEßY.—la this
fast age of fast steam locomotion and elec
tricity, fast man, fast women and fast
horses, and other fast institutions, this
place, the city of Bellefonte in perspec
tive, has the honor, or otherwise, of be
ing the first place where wind•mills are
run by waterpower. These nondescripts
are in operation on High street, near
lisavY PORKER.—The Editer of the
Jersey Shore Herald recently butchered
a hog which, when dressed, weighed 481
pounds.—Gazette and Bulletin.
Do we understand the Local Editor of
the Gazette and Bulletin to say that Mr
Seely committed suicide? If so, poor
Seely! Wonder why ? Ho did not
weigh so heavy when he left Bellefonte.
HaAvY.—Hon. john A. Gamble is fat
tening a hog that is estimated to weigh
not less than 500 pounds when dressed,
and it may possibly go a little more.—
Gazette and Bulletin,
We can beat that in this county. Mr.
Adam Wagner, miller at Rock Mills,
Benner tp., brought one to town last
week which weighed 502 lbs., and we•
learn that Mr. Frank Brown, Miller at
Centre Furnace Mill, Harris tp., has one
that he expects to weigh, when killed,
over 700 lbs,
ADMITTED. -Our young friend, Capt,
W. C. Holahan, was admitted to the Bar
at the adjourned Court on Monday last.
We understand that he paesed a very
creditable examination, and, with his
application and energy, we have no doubt
will make his mark in the profession.—
On Tuesday evening, the Legal fraterni
ty, with a few of his personal friends,
were treated to an oyster supper at
Smith's restaurant., which, empty tubs,
cans, dishes and cigar boxes testify, was
very highly appreciated. After supper,
a number of short, appropriate impromp
tu addresses were delivered, in which
Mr, Holahan led off in a rich, original
Poetical effusion, followed byG.H.Spang,
Esq., who, in the most chaste and classic
phraseology, welcomed Mr. Holahan to
the toils, amenities and honors of the
profession. Besides other speakers, Id.
A. Points, Esq., in his usual happy style,
portrayed, in gaudy colors, the lights
and shadows, struggles and triumphs of
the young pilot on the legal sea.
Fulton county Republican please take
notice of the whereabouts of "HoLA
11A31."—Redford Inquirer, Dec. 15171.
So we see our young friend has reach
ed the goal. We, together with his nu
merous friends in Centre county, con
gratulate Mr. Holahan. He will make
his mark. No man possessing his en
ergy and ability can possibly fail.
Tun BEST AND CHEAPEST ORG.kli
illustration of the advantages of a large
production of any article, enabling the
manufacturer to avail himself of the aid
of machinery and most complete division
of labor, and so to produce the best work
at lowest cost, is afforded by what the
MASON & HAMLIN ORGAN CO. are
now doing. It is well known that the
Cabinet Organs of their manufacture
have for some timo enjoyed the reputa
tion of being tho best in the world; and
the demand for them from all countries
has so increased that the Company have
now occasion to pr-A•tee one ;flindred and
forty organs per week-.
This has enabled them to introduce
variety of ingenious machinery for the
production of the various parts of the
instruments by which they get increased
perfection in their work, and make a
considerable saving in the cost. It is a
part of their system to sell always at
least remunerative profit, depending on
increased amount of business for a sat
isfactory result to themselves. Accord
ingly, they have recently reduced prices,
and it is said, are now selling their fa
mous organs at even less than it costs a
small maker to produce inferior instru
ments. The public are thus the gainers
by getting the best article at less than,
without such advantages, they would
have to pay for inferior work. This
.will not make the so called
"ebeep" organs at any price. All their
work is of the very best.
THE WALLACE SISTERS.---The justly
celebrated Wallace Sisters are coming to
Bellefotite. They will be here on the
21st inst., and perform in Bush's Hall
on the 215t,22nd,23(1,2•1th and 25th of De
cember. We do not make a practice of
noticing or puffing every company or
travelling theatre which may find its
way into our town, whether worthy, or
unworthy; but we feel confident that we
will not impose uptin, or deceive our
readers by recommending to their fa
vorable consideration the Wallace Sis
ters. The press everywhere speak of
their performances as highly entertain
ing, amusing and useful. The Harris
burg Telegraph, a first-class paper, and
one which is very cautious as to whom
it notices, speaks of the Wallace Sisters
in its issue of December 9th, 1869, as
Quite a large audience assembled at
Brant's lower hall last evening to welcome
the Wallace Sisters on their return to
this city. Misses Agnes and Jennie
were the "bright stare" of the combi
nation. The play presented was Robert
son's beautiful comedy of "Caste," which
was produced in splendid style. Mr. S.
B. Villa, as Hon. George D'Alroy, sus
tained his reputation as a fine actor,
while Miss Agnes Wallace, as "Polly,"
was excellent, and with her winning
ways and vivacity won high encomiums
for her acting. Miss Jennie Wallace as
"Esther," showed that she fully under
stood that character, and that she was
an accomplished actress. The other
characters were well sustained by the
members of the company. The splendid
dancing of the infant prodigies, Misses
Minnie and Maud, was loudly applauded,
and in order to gratify the audience, re
sponded to several encores. This evening
the laughable comic burlesque of "Fra
Diavolo, or the Beauty and the Brigands,
will be presented with Misses Agnes
toad Jennie Wallace, Mr. Villa and the
whole company in the cast. The enter
tainment will begin with the farce of
"Nan, or The Girl with Two Fathers," in
which Jennie introduces her banjo solo.
Minnie and Maud appear in a number of
new dances. The management assure
their patrons that nothing will be pre
sented to offend the most fastidious. Do
not fail to see the great company during
Reserved seats can be procured during
the day at F.S. 'Wilson's Drug Store.
DIIUGSTORE.—Frank S. Wilson, of the
Diamond Drugstore, has just received
from the city a large supply of fancy
articles perfumeries Sc , for the holli
CirEsrsit Srnixus, Dec. 16, 186 J.
MESSRS. EDITORS will, no doubt, be
gratifying team friends elf. Hershberger
in Centre county to learn that this amia
ble, energetic and industrious young
man, who has been in our midst but a
very short time, has won to himself
many friends among us, by his earnest
endeavors, at all times, to do us good by
On Thanksgiving day, according to
appointment, the wortity gentleman de
livered to us an oration suitable to the
day and occasion. It was composed in
his usually sublime style, and delivered
with much feeling and energy, causing
all present to feel that it was good for
them to have assembled on such an oc
casion, and that the day was not spent
without the giving of one thought to
Him who preserved our nation from
war, from pestilence, and from famine.
But who, on the contrary, gave us peace,
prosperity and happiness, during another
year. He discoursed largely, and in
glowing terms, on the lives and charac
ters of Geo. Peabody, Amos Sendall,and
others, which the records of the past
year show are no more but in story. He
closed by hoping that his tear-bedewed
audience might be profited by their vir
On last Sabbath evening the same
gentleman also givie us a Temperance
lecture, which was both interesting and
instructive in the extreme. Itis useless
for me to state here that the young
speaker did justice to himself and sub
ject, as well as hearers, in this, as well
as previous oration,both being delivered
with great animation. Mr. H. mani
fests many excellent qualities desirable
in a young man. His independence and
resoluteness of character, no doubt, will
make him an excellent and useful man
in his day and generation.
Our friend is now engaged in the no
ble work of educating the posterity of
those who sacrificed their lives in de
fence of their country in the late rebel
lion, by which (posterity) he can have
the assurance of being lovedand respect
ed, by all who know him, as long as
memory shall last. S. P.
Fur flat Republiaan.
TRIP TO AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE.—Hav
ing occasion to visit in the vicinity of
Centre Furnace and Agricultural Col
ley, it may not be uninteresting to read
a few of the pleasing reflections expe-
rienced while there.
Tarrying over Sunday, we, with the
good people, attended divine service at
the Branch church where, report says,
services last from 91 a. in., till 2 p. m.
This day the time was considerably
abridged; but even bad it been so long,
time would pass very pleasantly with so
good a people. Opening—practice of
church music. Next comes Sundty
school, which is divided into two branch
es. The Juvenile department is in the
basement, and superintended by Miss•
Lyon. The other is under the supervis
ion of Wm. Thompson, Esq. In the lat
ter it was our good fortune to be, and
Was much edified at the zeal manifested
in the Scripture recitations. Parents,
whose heads were frosted by age, sat
side by-side with those who, from their
youthful appearance, might have been
their grand children, all equallyabsorb
ed in the Scripture subject of their les
son. Each subject was fully discussed
before another was taken up. At 11 o'-
clock Rev. Mr. Hamill, who officiated
here over a quarter of a century, enter
ed, and passed into the pulpit. He is an
able preacher, and his members know
how to appreciate him.
One of the most prominent citizens
here, is Moses Thompson, Esq. He is
one of the most genial, hospitable, and,
pecuniarily speaking, solid men of the
county. Men who have the capacity to
manage well for themselves, would also
be peculiarly capacitated to manage the
affairs of the country. Why not give him
a position in our national government?
Two of his sons are proprietors of a psi
vate banking institution, located at Cen
tre Furnace, who, for their close atten
tion to business, their pleasing atten
tion to their customers, and their strict
integrity, merit our heartiest wish for
It was also our good fortune to make
the acquaintance of Prof. J. T. Roth
roch, of the Agricultural College, his
literary attainments and gentlemanly de
portment make him a favorite with the
students, and gain for him many friends.
Our old friend, James Jack, with his
excellent betterhalf and daughter, know
"how to keep hotel," and any not know
ing their capacities of making their
guests happy and at home, should lose
no opportunity or time in going there
and finding out for themselves. Disap
pointment in this case would be an ex
The College year is about closing, and
students and Professors are seeking en
joyment of another sort, and rest, to
start anow, on the 15th February, when
the school-year again commences• The
prospects arc very flattering for having
a large class for the coming year.
MARSHALL—CRUST—On the 16 inst., at
the Presbyterian Parsonage, by Rev. W.
T. Willie, Mr. Edward Marshall, and
Miss Rate Crust, both of Buffalo Run.
HA UPT—BOILEAU—On the 15th inst., at
the residence of the bride's father, by
Rev. Green Miles, Mr. P. H. Haupt and
Miss Hattie Boileau, both of Milesburg.
A COUGH, COLD OR SORE THROAT
LI. Requires immediate attention, as neg
_,.,41;,.,, Met often results in au incur
4kAytiv able Long Disease.
.8 010 11 At .
? orA ky- will most invariably give ' in
Pon BRONCHITIS, ASTHMA, CATARRH, CON
SUMPTIVE and THROAT DISEASES, they have
a soothing effect.
SINGERS and PUBLIC SPEAKERS use
them to clear and strengthen the voice.
Owing to the goad reputation and popu
larity of the Troches, many worthless and
cheap imitation are offered, which are good
for nothing. Be litre to OBTAIN the true
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
1.i0v16'•6 ran.. ,
Grain and Fiour Markets.
BELLEHONTF:, Dee. 22, 1869.
Barley $ SO
White wheat per bushel ......... 1 10
Red wheat 1 00
Corn (new) 65
Rye per bushel 90
Buckwheat per bus. 75
Cloverseed " " 6 50
Plaster V, ton 18 00
Apples, dried, per lb $0 12 ® .15
Peaches, " " " 18025
Cherries, cg " " 20
Beans per quart .... 35
Butter per lb iB 40
Beefsteak per lb 20(4)25
Beef roasts 18020
Chickens, each, live • 25
Turkeys, " g. „... 6501 00
Cheese per lb ..... e!.. 25
Hams, •d• (‘ 30
Bacon . ®24
Lard, por lb..
Eggs, " doz
Mutton and Lamb per lb
Veal cutlets per lb •••
Potatoes per bus
Corrected Weekly by Geo. A; J. P. Blymyer•
Mranoy, PA., Dec. 22,1869.
Whito Wheat, ll bushel $1 10
Rye ef. bushel 80
Oats, new... 42
Flaxseed 2 00
Cloverseed 6 50
Plaster, Ground 10 00
Salt in sacks to 3 00
" in bbls 3 25 to 3 50
Linaeburners Coal . 5 00
Stove Coal, Wilkes Barre 8 00
S. 11. WILLIAMS & CO
IktA.NUFACTURERS OF COTTAGE FUR
ALL KINDS OF TURNI3D WORK.
At our new estpblishment near the Belle
fonte Planing Mill we new manufacture
~.. Cant-Hook Handles,
and turned s.ork -- of Every Description,
oughent Central Pennsylvania, me in
vite you to call and see us. We'are prepar
ed to furnish you with
ALL THE TURNED WORK NEEDED
in year business, cheaper than you can
purchase in any
OTHER PORTION of TUE COUNTRY—
CAN PURCHASE IN THE CITY
OUR MACHINERY is the VERY BEST,
and cur facilities for obtaining lumber ena
ble us not only to_ compete with, but to
UND'ORSHLL ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENZ
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR WORK
Upholdtering. Roparing Furniture and
every thing pertaining to the business pro
perly attended to.
OPFOSITB- THE BUSH HOZSE.
je2'GO ly. Bellofonto, Pa
F URNTURE WAREROOM
alanufacturor and. Dealer in all kinds of
SPRING BOTTOM BEDS,
TABLES, ROCKING CHAIRS, &e.
I also }tee!) constantly on hand
a very fine selection of the latest styles of
MOST REASONABLE RATES
My priees are all as low, for every artiole as
IN ORDER TO SATISFY YOURSELVES
Call and examine my stook
(Old Stand) Spring St.,
je2'69-6.31. Bellefonte, Pa
JOHN H. HAHN,
Watehes, Clocks and Fine Jewelry,
CHRONOMETERS^ OTHER WATCHER
MOST SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES
GIVE ENTIRE SATISFACTION
JOBBING OF ALL KINDS
Pro'aptly and Carefully Executed at the
SHORTEST POSSIBLE NOTICE
Business transacted in German tt English
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
Next Door to Harper Bro's. Store,
SPRING ST., NEAR HIGH,
BELLEFONTY.,, CI3NTRE CO., P-BIS,NA
us. 10 ®2O
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The trade sapplied with
cheaper than you
in the whole. country
they aan be
in this mrkaat
ALSO, DEALER IN
Repaired on the
All Work Warranted to
DRY GOODS, &c
KELLER & MUSSER
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
ANOTHER NEW STORE.
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT - OF FALL
AND WINTER GOODS..
KELLER & MUSSER have just opened
the best, cheapest, largest, as well as the
best assorted stock of Goods in Bellefonte
or Central Pennsylvania, at their new
PHILADELPHIA STORE, in
BROCKERHOFF'S BLOCK, Bishop Si
FOB, THE LADIES
They have Silks, Coburgs Alpacas, Merinos,
Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams,
Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Hand
kerchiefs, Kid and other
Gloves, Hosiery, Bal
and a general va
Ribbons, trimmings , Buttons, Braids, eta.,
at the lowest prises.
They have Black and Blue Cloths, Black
and Fancy Cassimeres, Sattinetts,
Tweeds, Meltons, Water-proof
Cloth, Silk, Satin and common
Vestings, ate., in great
variety, and at prides
that will give
Their READY MADE CLOTHING is
cheap, and consists of
Overeoats,Dress coats, of various qualities
and prices, Plain and Fancy Vests, Cassi
mere and Flannel Gvershirts, Woolen and
Cotton undershirts, Handkerchiefs, neck ties,
Ac., Ac., ef-e.
Calf and Kip
Boots and Shoes,
Gum Boots and Shoos,
Hats and Caps, and
in endless variety...suoh as Carpets, Oil
Cloths, Rugs, Brown Muslins, Bleached
Muslins, DrilUgs, Shootings, Table
Cloths, Ize„ ctc., &o.
Their stock of QUEENSWARE & GRO
CERIES eannot be excelled in quality or
Call in at the Philadelphia Store and con.
vinceyourselves that KELLER & MUSSER
have everything you want. and do business
on the principle of "Quick Sales and Small
GRAIN AND PRODUCE ARE TAKEN
N EW" 1 - 6.IIDAP 1 GOOD 11!
Important to the Ladies of Bellefonte and
ZIMIIERAIAN BRO'S & CO'S.,
No. 6 Bush's Arcade, Bellefonte, Pa.,
Have just opened their Fall Stook of Dress
Goods, Notions, Gloves, Calicoes, Mus
lins and Flannels.
They have also added to their Stock, Zeph
yrs, Zephyr Patterns, Germantown
Wool, Ribbons and other Goods
not heretofore offered by them.
A complete assortment of
Shawls, Blankets, and everything
else is for sale cheaper than at cash prises,
We are agents for the justly celebrated
American Batton Hole Overseaming and
The Greatest wond.cr of the age
It is LIGHT RUNNING, Simple, Durable,
does not easily got out of order, and
does more kinds of work than
any ether Machine made.
Price of Combination Machine with
Price of Plain Machine, without but
ton-hole attachment, with cover,... $60,00
Don't forget the place. Come and see
ZIMAIERMAN BROS. Bc CO
NE IV STORE.
Have opened up an
ENTIRE NEW STOCK of GOODS
of every deseription,at their new store
room on Spring street; which wore
PANIC PRICES, ,
and will be sold as low if not lower,
than oan be found elsewhere in thi:
section. Their stock comprises
Boots ec Shoes,
Hats & Caps,
Gentlemen and Ladies
Ladies Cloaks & Circulars,
In Silk and Cloth,
land everything else that is to be
found in a well stocked country store.
taken in exchange for goods, and
the highest market price paid.
JAS. A. QIIIGLEY. HENRY CROSEILY
Q UIGLEY dc CROSKEY'S
CHEAP CASH STORE,
EAGLE VILLE, CENTRE CO., PENN'A
EVE take pleasure in announcing to far
mers and the public generally that we keep
constantly on hand, at our store in Eagle-
Dry Goods, Groceries, &c., and
SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE
in town or country. We shall always on
.deavor to purchase good Goods and war
arnt ererthing as we represen.t it. We also
always pay the highest
PRICES FOR, COUNTRY PRODUCE.
Please call and examine our stook for
FOR SALE.—Any person wishing to per
ehase a good breeding Mare,eight years
old next spring, a bright bay—would do
well to call on the subscriber near Houser
vine, Contra county, Pa.
n0v.3'69 3t. 4, H. H. YARNELL.
WAGON RUBES, spokos and felloes.
large and small,at
DO NOT FORGET
That the place to buy Cheap Goods,
TORN IT. COOKE'S'
CHEAP CASH STORE,
REYNOLDS' ARO/DE, ALLEGHENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
We started ut on the principles of "Small
profits and quick Returns," and how well
we have succeeded is known to everybody.
OUR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE 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 cordially invite everybody
to give us a call, before pur
chasing elsewhere. Do
not forget the place.
REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGHENY
STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA.
GREAT EXCITEMENT !
H O-W EL L, GILLI . AND &CO
of Bush's 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
public. Our extensive stook of
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
.Demands particular attention
Great Bargains to be had in Prints, Muslims,
Notions, tto., ao.
The latest styles of Spring and Summer
Cassimers already received.
READY MADE CLOTHING
warranted to give perfect satisfaction.
A large assormont of Hats, Caps, Boots and
Shoes constantly on hand.
Our Grocery department demands particular
attention. A full assorment constantly
on kand,the best the markets can afford,
SYRUP, SUGAR, TEA to COFFEE.
Canned Fruits, Jollies, Domestic and
Foreign Fruits, Cheese and Pastries of all
kinds, and every other article belonsing to
the Grocery Department,
FARMERS, MECEANRW AND LA-
LOOK to your interest
Ono dollar saved is still one dollar in
your pocket. Then call and see at what
astonishing Low Prices.
HOWELL GILLILAND & CO
are selling Dry Goods and Grooeries.
Como and examine for yourselves, and be
convinced of the truth.
DON'T FORGET THE PLACE,
Bush's Arcade, Rooms No. 1 and 2
ANOTHER NEW STORE
EMIL JOSEPH do CO., ALLEGHENY ST,
$75, 0 0
CHEAP ArEW YORE STORE.
COME ONE! COME ALL ! I
SEE HOW CHEAP WE CAN SELL,
FOR LADIES ct GENTS,
FOR LADIES & GENTS,
Idol of which we warrant, and at oity prioeB
A FIRST CLASS WATCH MAKER
constantly on hand, and all work warranted
A liberal discount to the trade. Give n
a call. jaB'69.ly.
GEO. D. PIFER'S
DRY GOODS AND GROCERY STORE,
No. 6, BROKERHOFF'S Row,
NEXT DOOR TO THE POST OFFICE,
BELLEFONTE, PlENTed• jk
Is the place for bargains in the way of Dry
Goods, Clothing, Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps, queens and
Cedar Ware., Groceries,
CANNED AND DRIED FRUITS,
ALSO, NOTIONS, &c., &c.
Everything in his line is sold at very Low
POLITE AND ATTENTIVE CLERKS,
are always in attendance
to wait on his numerous customers. The
lIIG.HEST CASH PRICES
paid for all kinds of marketing and produce.
Cash paid for
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN:
Goodsdelivered with pleasure. No trouble
oo show goods. Give him a call before pur-
Chasing elsewhere. Da6'66.y
"al WOMB SHOES, best make at
IRVIN a:, WILSON'S
for Mon and Boys, is at
J. W. COOK]
(V :Bride's Building,)
SECEUM, & CO.,
PRINTS, NUTS, k CONF3CTIONBRIES.
4EIIIIII TEO ABlrrg ABlllO/ITMENT, Wj GOODa,
iO4 SAIALLEB. P,ROEITIF:
than any. other
HOUGH: IN OBNT R E . CO:lsl4_lTyy.
11 trsl4-10t.E"PliR t 1!
and•all others wishing to parohasi.
GRINERIES OE Every PRECRIPTIOX:
will be amply repaid
B GIVING. US A. CALL
SEMLER s. CO.,
NO: SIX, HIGH . 87.'RE2T FRONT,
"BUSK HOIIBB"BLOOK, BELLEF ON T.E.
BOOTS, SHOES, &e
B URNBIDE & THOMAS:
Offer to the Public one of• the
largest and best selected stocks of merchan—
dise, in Centre county. Call; examine and
see for yourself.
T HE Largest and Best Stock cd vrarra. ed'
Boots and noes, warranted to Five
satisfaction, at reduced prices, only tt b.
found at BURNSIDI lc THOMAS':
SPICES of all varieties, ground to• order
and warranted to be strictly pure;
It is the only place you can find unadultera.
ted spices. Try them for your own satis
faction. You can only find them at
BURNSIDE cE. THOMAS':
ANDSAWS, knives, spoons, coffee m
1-1_ shovels, spades, rakes, hoes, lamps,
forks, chains, ic., at
HORSE COLLARS, if you don't wan : ::
your horse's shoulders galled and•
made sore, get good horse collars, at
H ARNESS, collars, cart whips, carriage:
whips, in great varieties, govern,.
moot gears, saddles, bridles, martingaley,
check lines, cart gears, tug harness, buggy,.
harness, bames, &c. Everything in the sad
dlery line, at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS'
FISHING TACKLES, rods lines, hooka,
flies, sea hair baskest, &e. Rig you,
out to catch trout, at
BURNSIDE . THOMAS';
rirlEsE highest market price paid for all
kinds of country produce, at
BURNSIDE & TII0M114$':.
FINE GROCERIES, mocha coffee, old
gov. java, best quality Rio coffee,
best olozg black teas, green teas, levering
syrup, golden syrup, Drips fine article• ba
king molasses, rice and everything in the
grocery lino at:the lowest cash prices in the
market BIIR.NSIDE TTIOMAW, is the
TIS known to all in Bellefonte
through the county if you want
goo'd'artiole go to
BURNSIDA & THOMAS'
LEATHER of all discriptions, frenoh calf
skin, spanish sole leather, more 300'lit.
sheep skins; linings. Everything is the
leatherline warranted to give satisfaetion,.
at BURNSIDE a THOMAS'.
T OYS of all kinds, at
SHOE -MAKERS TOOLS and findings, In.
all their varieties, at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS'
NEW PATTERNS of oil cloths, at re.
duced prices, at
BURNSIDE ai THOMAS':
SADDLERS BUCKLES, hooks,bita.. *ate
rings. Everything a saddler wants .
for the manufacture of harness. to be found,
at BURNSIDE a - THOUS'.
..BASKETS in aßtheir varieties, childrene
carriages, willow -ware, guns; pistols,
powder; shot, caps, cartridges, Sec., at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS'.
i _ _
NOTIONS of all kinds, Stolring's gloves,
Handkerchiefs, combs-, pocket books,
in all their variety and very cheap, At
BURNSIDE a THOMAS'.
TURKEY PRUNES, raisens, peaches ap
pies, oranges, lemons, all kinds of
foreign fruits, llama, bacon tc., .
CANNDD VIM poael:ts ) Omatee
pine apples, and peas in great‘Taris
sty, et BURSIDE a,THOMAS
W HITE FISH, Herring, zneekerel,„ ee
RABBITS SOAP ) Wm., Hagan aid Koons
olive soap, Dobbins' soap', Jesse
Oakley's soaps, old oastile, pure, Pdlm soap,
Elderling's soap, and .a great-vdriety of okb.
er soaps, at
BITRNSID3i 2 arStOMAS'
J 117.. BAILEY,
Bash . atta tioar ;lie • Depot,
PLIMIYER; GAS AltD STEAM FITTER,
TIPI &• SHEET-IRON *OMER,
BIv,IORB STACKS, ,to
Flltß-I'I;ACB•HSATBRS, STONTS,L OW.
DOWN GAAIiES, TERRA COTTA.
GOODS, (from Phira . .,)- OHIM-
NEY TOPS, &a,- AlasiAgts. foz
S.A NFORD'S CELERRAI'D ITRATERS;
(Brick Encased and Portsblo,)
In short everything usually kept by the
largest Plumber and. Gas-fitting Houses in.
our cities, can bo obtained of me, as it. is sky,
intention to spare neither time nor. pains H.
accommodate those factoring ma with their..
from all parte of the State,. espeeiallar, fro*
Cerltial Pennsylvania, and,
-PROTOTLY ATTENDED TO EX CO3l
J: W. BAILEY,
1:11E11 2 23 New Block,
my2d'€9•ly. Bellefonte, Penn a,