The Centre reporter. (Centre Hall, Pa.) 1871-1940, November 10, 1871, Image 3

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FRIDAY, NOV to , IKI.
LOCAL ITEMS.
>3AL KKWJ Our friend will oblige
a. ev -ottdiugfn anvltem# of local inter
, including death*, marriage*. Ac., a#
; are eagarly rea 1 by your friend-in
th vest, many of whom got h<* Importer,
\\ would onto • o It) favor i. •< Kind pa
i iii# would occasionally ma.la c'p.v->)(
the Reporter to ralative an I uoquaintan
who formerly livr l in Centre county
j i removed t<< other which would
;.<e many to become subscriber#.
, • TRTANT TO lis StNKSS MEN. —
circulation of lite RKPORTKR, on
• . kh of the count v. is now sjmiter
t i t that of any two pa >• rs in the
t ity, heuco bu.-inc-s men wl i wish
t • 1 the Pcnn-vwllcv (ratio, will
p ; - > their own Interests, by advell
t in the RKPORTKR. Our Mibacrir-
list is open to tho inspection of ft)/
with to advertise.
• \ Fot VTAIX I'ks • Something
, and novel. lit -are and re-sol the ad
v men*, in one paper, headed "Great
e . iv.-atiiin of the \g< We belie# c
t tiohieti Fountain I '■n i unsurpassed.
A i pea is a necessity to very man.
i'i a:< child. Agents, here is ai
e >t make <■.,-> iw troducing a]
,-t 1 saleable article. jan ST y.
• FUH'RS KKDI'CKD.
t vi.rt.u's ,V $.) t's Caning." Maitu I
. , Milroy. Pa- may A fun ;
r*" Nt>TICK.- In ao, .>rd#n e with j
; of A.-asamblv, notice i- hereby i
. t < t m citi.eiis ofr.'Uer, from * hem j
i, , r svhod purp*cs f>~ the present 1
,•<> iltir, th o -it all uch taxes ;
P ■<. ;e unvlersign.d Treasurer, #1 his
nee en or before 19lh t Novembar I
th will be a deduction of tixe per
-u. ti.t alt taxes pst.i wt'.hiti one |
i after said date r.o deduction u ill be i
t. , and that up >*t all schisd taxes re- j
i- U---aid after December l"lb next)
< w t'sl be an addition of ttve jer cen
t Jt v order of the Board.
Fit K!. Kl UTX,
a •>m Treasurer. I
_ j
tve you ever tiled N vTt lU> ;
1 r. lit-ror.ATtVK? You will be j
,? litcd with it. t'iosn, safe, ami r/K-1
c . It is driving nil the poisonous 1
t ttadsout ®f th market. It is
r r crv>:al. S.v utlvcrtiseinent. I
: the licjHjrtcr.
'.>!CATlON.— l)ivino Providence i
i -'.l'■■■* the newly erected church
I'v. Afsstx-iation atCurtius Iron i
Bald Engl* Valley, will bel
tl ..ud to the services of the Triune
t u Saturday morning at 10 o'J
c Nov. 12lh. The public are in
v Ito attend.
lisv.S. LB BkNXINi:TON.
- —■ * *
1 G. Rider, of Gateahurg, Ventre
t tv, we.it to Philadelphia the other j
> < get nn ocvuiist to retiibvc u dis- j
\ eve. Howes chloroformed and 1'
t ! v eve cut by mistake, and thus 1
: s.tted to hie home in midnight!
j jj siid sorrow. ;
above item r fffii in an ex- j
c . it is prcttr s verc for Ixider,
i
"arm of Peter Durst, dee'd, 260 '
. at Enrisytowu, was knocked off
i ■; Tl.ursdnv, 2nd in-'., at public
Daniel Durst.at $lO6 j#eracre.
1). M. Ilenr y, of Potter# Mills, 1
I 'Ol ushcls of potatoes from 1
1 ;/.-f seed. This is a big yield, for '
a in, raid we can not account for ,
..•if than Iwcause Mr. Henny is
; ar subscriber ta th Hejmrter. j
more democratic c< ra was ;
t< the RejK.rtcr . tSce. Mr.!
M'Vormick, frert! below this j j
{ , brought us a number of fine j
e .-pccimens ot hiscia the lnrg-1'
. which measures la - inches, i
,tp .. an ither car we can count J j
nits?. Mr. M O nil k also has , l
: ,r that has the extraordinary M
j : lot'O grains uj n it M'
it 1; i ahead thus far. j •
. ■ t'M'AY Ptuoot* IxtliltTt. by j
: na tit of the CYiit'y Sunday l
A-sociation, w.ii be beitl at i
, gj rings, c ir.meiuitig with i ;
r . !.<i pr. ruise meeting on fhurs '
. :• • n, Novemb r 16th.
! i. ligation from Rellefonte j
.a red to attend. Other jiart- 1 of j'
t anty will be reprtscntetk The '
In v we'cotne extctul d by our
.: i ;• a: i'n® Spring- most ensure a
v meeting l r all. £sy onlcr ol
th President. <
R. CRITTEN J>KX, Secretary. |
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, ..AS. (JEO. P. KXV EL'. & Co.. the
rated and populr Nov. York Adver
t' "•? Agency, onpngcto dverti s in grti#
i detail for large customers in a better :
cheaper mode than the* can d<> it
t -i-!ves. Tbis wo sincerely believe they
i do, because it 1$ their sole btisine*#—
rptria'i ty; because they get space at
wholesale rat'--, and because of theft I
ate and confidential relation# with
li-'tcr-. if we wish to *pcn-l ten thou- -
I dollar# in general advertising over
•. uatry, notwithstanding our own ex
ietic.- iind knowledge of advertising
< and rates, we would employ them
r certain directions. We would cave
•v. trouble, worry, and tho bu#ine
. j be done at least as well, it not better.
. we could do it ..urn-lv* *. —American
:<:.ufaciurer' Review anl PitUburgb
Price Current.
("..j t. Geo. M. Kepler ha*our thanks
i r:i lot of choice gra|? vines. George
! :;!v.nvs been u prince, ami al
kni ws how to remember a dent
;utic editor. Any <f our reader
iiiog choice grape viuca, suited to
• tr climate, rbotild seitd their order?
; > the captain, ho has the best vines.
♦ ♦ ♦
ft'KSipe.—Col. Josiah Ntff, ofCeu
t Hi!!, sent two turnips to the Repor
lfice last week, of a mammoth size
the larger one weighing 5 pound# 1
7.. and the smaller one a trifle less
v are flue fellows, and hard to
!< .t, and show what the Colonel knows
ai lit fanning,—and we'll bet Horace
< .'lcy can't beat it.
vs OWL. —Mr. John Hinebach, of
< twp., sent an owl to our office
week, which he caught in a trap.
1 which is considerable of a bird, as
ensues -1 feet and three inche
m lip to tip AH the chickens in
ti c country can now tejoice that one
hi:■ kidtiappor is gone.
RAILROAD MATTEHS.- As we
.i t! week before last, the extension
; ctinnection of the Milroy railroad
v. h the road now building through
; < i.i'sviillcv, ia being earnestly agita
t The road front Milroy via Heb
. t- valley would reach a connection
with c ur "road, at a distance of about
\'l miles, in the ncigborhood of the
i: mis of Poe cieek. Parties in >lif
fii-; c < untv have snapped out the coun
;. . aforesaid,and proceeded to lay the
no before the l'enss si li. R. Co.
The Snow shoo Company have re
cived ordess to proceed with the gra
of the Bellefonte brnnch, accord
ing°to contract, and we expect to see
t! A work going ahead now.
. lands arc at work *ll along the line
! Iwcen Beaver datu, and Linden
ill: about one miie of Mr. Suit's con
et, a'short distance west of Ccntie
] ..ill. is graded ; the road cast o! us, is
graded to ne/r Old Fort, cn Van
D".c-3 division.
1 i following ifihe tinse f-r the arrival j
iI departure oflnsins ot Mifliinburg: 1
Passenger traits leave Lewisburg for,
MilUinburg at 7>TO a. ni. and 5.20 p. m
Iteturning, live Miltiinbrugattt.4s a. in
and 0.10 p. in.
Now lor It | Kh'rUon
The advice- w. !avo„r t he op tion hold
in nr 1 <trk, ...i m r u , nro that the
t*te ha# gone radical U v n deoi-lv., major
ity, with both of the* lotfUUtur*
radical. \\ in. II I w<e Tanim-m v Dent.,
I* elected in tho -cnate.
A woman nan < d M MulUr. pre
sented herself at the ) olttt K Booth in
Gwnwhich-trwi to-day fhe In-pector
took her vote tihe went on her way re
juicing amid the cheer# of the rMttd
lux lauiT Mim uk Grant has Uaued
lamniitin, annonncittg It) the people
of the I nited State,., that lie made a mix
ta ke in proclaiming martial law and itis
petidiug thc habeas corpus i n Marion coun
ty, ."-out It ( orolina and admit# in hi* proc
lamation that there are no Ku Klux tnerv
\\ ohardly know wl it t,> thin . ot this im
beei'e Ihe blunder is a great one, and a
disgrace to the executive.
Death ot Auditor li< tu ral Elect Stun
Kt w Brighton. Pa . November 5 00l-
Oliel l>avid Mailt n auditor general elect.
di"d at one o'clock thi- morning. Hi# de
*ea>, W vry.ipela-, which attacked the
brain.
Deutls of General Wellington 11. Eut.
j Hlo-'tiistiurg. Pa . Ko\ , mt>or A- lien, r
al Wellington 11 Knt <lkd,thi# morning.
Rttssiii
| luiportunt Military Drdei'—The Whole
Male Populatiu:) Called luto the
j Field.
| St. *her "JT, \ general
j orxter of the War tttUc- direct- the eutire
| reorg nkali.'it of the Imperial army, and
j e.x'.l* into arm- the whole adult male |>opu
| lation of the country. I'h • rder creates
the numerical *ir<*i gth of the field and
I laud a ehr r<rc.. .<; the Knipire to the tot 1
of one million one hundred thou-and when
rvxjuiixsl for war |i;iri<>r- The sixty
-ix regiment- of v' --ac-- ate n <t tucluded.
The otxler cfeat--- aU.) further the uiilttary
force ot" the re-erye t be employed in the
, event ot nn inva-: n. The order" U iHjuiv
alcnt to the itsobUii. ttion of the population
■>f the entire nati- . and make# every man
1 in the country, capable of t earing arm#, a
soldier on the peace footing
; lYttli u ioualy Axricalttiral Fair.
/Yew;t ton Lis!.
(Concluded.'
! (.'!*>.- 13.—Matiufaclurvxl Aitides.
i Ja<. Schoield,'silver mounted harness
$1,1X1; Jas. Sch. fi. i t. 1 pair coach nridlea
sl,U>. Ja-. Sclioteld, 2 collar# Diploma;
| Jonathan Kramer, 2 sett# horae thee# Di
ploma; J. Mile# Green. 5 setts thimble
I skein# Diploma; J. Milw Green, 1 sett
eastings for same, Diploma; J Miles Green,
S travish plate-, Diploma; J. Miles Green,
I rubber irons oih U. I'nderwood, t bunch
shingles tverv fine; Diploma; Joseph Ba
ker, t cucumber wood puuip for well or
cistern $3,0i1; Joseph Baker, 1 heximer .ix
tined hiK", Diploma.
Class l i —Carriages.
S. A. M'tjustkni, best two horse carriage
$o.0t); Rynder A Lucas, be-t wogan SU,UO
LI. Luca#, best #. d \ rk of wagon, Di
ploma.
Class 15. — Leather, Stoves Jfec.
lsnac llaupt, W-st c.-<<k stive $1,00; Isa
ac llaupt, bet di-play $1,00; I-aac llaupt, i
lct tin ware ; Irwin & Wilson, bi'St,
parlor stove sl.W.r, Irnin ,V Wilson, best
gns store $1,00; J.:- L. Sommcrville, best
sole leather
Class 16. —Paintings!, Protographa Ac.
No Competition. t
Class 17.—Jewelry, Silver, Ac,
Ladies Catholic Association, t act silver
ware SJ.CO.
Class 18.—Sctt ii o Machines, Ac
The Singer Sewing Machine, exhibited
by Zimmrucrman Br®*#., was awarded |
the f.r-t premium . the GroverA Buk- 1
er, exhibited by F. I*. Green, and the A.
A. Howe Sewing Ma liitms exhibited by
-Vl - r Dillon A McKinney, were each
recommended Dipl -m •. by th" Commit
tee.
Clas 19. —Diary, lloncv and llama
Miss lt.icba) Szruble. b -t r<d! butter
S-'l.t*.*; Mi-- Harriet J. Gray, 2d be-t roll!
butter; Jame- Zimmerman, W.-t hams j
(O; J. 11. Barnhart, best h -ney $2.00; I
Mi— S. S. Joiii-. J . i < hc.-sv $-1,00; Mr#
Jacob Fi-hburn, In-', home made sua]) 1
$2,(0.
Claaa 20 —Bread atnl Cake.
Mi— Mnggie 1h i. i-, b -t loaf brtad
s.t.l<*; Mi-- KitiiG Ja< •!■#, best loaf brown
bread s2,*o; Mi-- i' ly i>. ) ling, best rusk
$".00; Mi-- Mart (". Kckerd, best biscuit
$2,00; Mi-- Kltnint Humes, b-<t sponge
cake $2,00; Mi-- \. Me(.sill, best pound
case s2ot>; Mi-- .1 uiiit Kelly, best moun
tain cake* $2,(0.
('in-# 21. —Prcnrrc#, .'it kit-#, Ac.
Mrs. M. K. Thompson, beat canned
quince# $2,00; Mrs. M. K. Thompson, best
preserved pear- SI.OO, Mrs. 11. N McAllis
ter, test preserved pe.ches $2,00; Mrs. 11.
N. McAllister, bc.-t canned peaches $1,00;
Mrs. James A. Bearer ot-l cannttl pi-ars
S2OO Mrs. Maggi" Alcxandtr, bet spiced
peaches SI,OO, "-arnli Sweitxer, best cucum
ber picklc-s SI.OO Sarah Sweitxer, best lo
matti cat-up SI,OO EmLy Jacob-, be-t green
tomato sauce s!,(*'•; Emily Jacobs, best
jH-pper sauce $1,00; Mrs. John Musser,
best quince pre-erves .sl,o(> Mrs. John
Muaser, 2d best tomato butter §I,OO, Mr#
Horkheinier, be-t tomato butter sl.ol>, Mr-
John H. Morri.-on, crab SI.OO
Mis; E. J. Osmer, be-t water melon jain
sl.6i>, Mrs. J. 11. Rankin, be-t light crab
jelly SI,OO Miss Jane Harris, best cider
Vinegar, sl,W>, Mr# Eliza he th Martin, best
red grape wine $1,00; Mrs. Mary Ila-son
*2d best quince jelly sl,o'' ilr.. Mary Has-
Km, best blackberry jelly Jl-.f; Mrs. M
A. Sourbeck. be-t light grape jcily SI,OO
Mrs. 11. I>. Yegcr, be-t apple jelly sl,o*l
Mr-. 11. D. Yegur, best peach jelly $1,00;
Mm. Mary Graham, best currant wine
SI,GO, Mi- Mary Smith, best peach jam
$1,00; Mrs. Harriet A. -I Gray, 2d best to
mato butter 50 cents.
Class 22. —Domestic Manufactures.
Mrs Sourbeck. be>t quilt $3,00; Miss
Mary Moore, 2d best quilt $2.00; Miss Kate
Hart-wick, best silk spread $2,00; Mrs.
Ilezekinb Hoy, best pair woolen blankets
$2.00, Maggie Alexander, best white bad
spread $2,00: Mi-s H. S. Jone*, beat woolen
stair carpet $2,00; Mr*, .10-iah Struble, be-t
rug carjiet $3,00; Hannah Chamber*, be-t
shirt $1,00; Miss Moilie Mitchell, be-t
woolen liose $2,00; Lizzie Harris, best cot
ton hose $2,00; Rose .Shocmak'-r, beat hand
knit gloves $2.00; Mr-. Keys, be-t cradle
spread $2,00.
Clues 23. —Oniameiilnl Work.
• Adelu ti. Spnnglr r, variety ofOrnuriientnl
articles $2,00; Mi## tiarab Furiey best oni
broiden i night dre#s s2,***; Miss tiarali
Jane Swann, 1 egg tree $1,00; Mi-s Jennie
Morrison, 2d bc-t worated work $2,00; Mi-*
Emily T. Robison, best Tatted color $2,00;
Miss Julia L. Hale, be-t Rose tatting $2,00;
Mis* Lhu-b C*. Hale, 2d best rose tatting
SI.OO, Miss Rose Shoemaker, best tatted
insertion $2,00; Miss Emily T. Robison, 2d
best tatted insertion $1.00; Miss Maggie
Lytic, best tatted edging $2,00; Mrs. Acys,
bust sofa cushion $2,00; Mrs. K. Thompson
2d best sofa cushion $1 00, Bridget Cooney
be#t pin cushion $'2,00; Miss Nora Thomp
son, 2d bc.-t pin cushion $1,00; Miss Mary
Moore, be-t chair tidy $2,10; Mto Alice
Alexander, 2*l best chair tidy $1,00; Miss
Rose Shoemaker, best lamp mat $2,00; Miss
Lizzie E. Morrison, 2d best lump mat SI,OO
Miss Mary McLanuhan, best ehilds knit
shirt $2,00.
Class 2-5. —Unenuiuei'ttted Articles.
H. L. Harvey, patent gate, diploma; F.
GGreen, perfumery and pharmaceutical
preparations, diploma; J. 11. Alexander,
chicken coop, diploma; John I. ltankin.
book*, inkstands, &c., diploma; A Da
tliurst, Bustle Furniture $2,00; James
Crouch, national washing machine, diplo
ma: Miss Lizzie. Murtir, specimen Lycom
ing county marble $1,00; 11. Levy, knitting
machine $1,00; Irwin & Wilson, case of
fine cutlery, diploma.
CU ■ -<Y—Contributor# liv Ti*wn*hipi
t> Number of ImliviJiiil) of too
Tom ushijt.
M had Grove, of Bennerlowtuhlp, best
pair draft horse* $10,00; lUrri* townships,
!' t variety tifpotnttxwin half bushel s2.<o;
llnr - township, best and largest variety of
Vegetable# SJ,i'iiV, Honnor township, best
in t .! >vor od (11. Benner
t<>\ vU.p, host pock of timothy seed (Jon
oph Trcasler) $2,20.
Class 27.—Trial# of Spaed.
\\ m It. S.ivago, be-t trailing to harness
$lO ■ Ante. Mullen, 2d best trotting to
burn. $<),00; L>.ir Loup, bct trotting tin.
d< iddY $10,00; l>r. Rlb Tipple, 2d bl
undt - . Idle SA,OO
Ti ib<>\-lit .imply viMiUui. she arti
cle- '.o \x hi-1> premlutn# wvrr awarded.
Th v ore a great matsy article. u vxht
ti.-n which dotorve much ertHllt.
i premiums will be |>aid at any lime
b the fir-t day December next, byj. D.
She Tre.i.urer, at the Centre County
Be". Premium, not called tor previous
to I it date will be considered donated to
the Society.
I) IGISTKRS NDTICKS—The follow
k " ; accounts have been examined
ami ed by me and remain tiled •! re
v <r 1 in thi- ,ii!loe for the iiispecii>nofheirs
1.e., ;,-• Creditor, and all other# in any
a_) .:ilerO>U-d, and will be presented to
t! 'r, liati. Court of Centre eouttly to be
h el :.t Hclleiotite for allowance and con
ttrm itiott on Wednesday, the 20th day of
N i tibcr A l> tSTI.
1. Hie account of William U. Meitgle,
a<t strater of all anil singular the good#
ad stiles right* and credits which were
v. J n Frank, late of the township of
11 . in the county of Centre dee'd.
; account of Jamee W. Sankeyone
o: : . scut r-of the last will and tusla
in John Sankcy late of Centre coun
tx ■ ; ■ State of Fennsylvauia. dee'd.
l' acc >unt of George Jack Kxeeu.or
t ! .u 1 ol Widiaiu Wagner late of liarri#
lowi ship dee d.
i. Th -account of Henry Zeigler Uoar
ilia • It. Emma Hoy, tnow intermarried
wii ; J. E. Titibin. I Minor child of George
11. y, i:;eo! Marion township dee'd.
Guardianship account of Jacob O.
W.d'vcr Guardian of Con#tans. Samuel
M o ! and Santh Jane Minor children of
Job--. Walker late of Hogg# township
deed.
ii. i'io Guardianship account of William
l'< man tiuardian of George W. Gar
br . and Klixaboth A. Gar brick Minor
chi ren of Henry Garbrick late of the
tow -hip of Bonner dee'd.
7. Tho account of John C. Ziuimeriuan
Guardian of Nancy Kllen Segner and
Kr.t • Laura Segner Minor children of
Sun i Segner late of Centre county dee'd.
- Die administration account ol Henry
kc. r ami Robert Uohaen administrator#
ot a lof James T Johnston lata of Harris
town hip dee'd.
'J The account of John P. Harris Kxecu
tor i*. the last will and Testament of Klixa
bctl: Carey lata of tho Bon>ugh of Belle
font. dsfe'd.
11*. 'I he account of James 11. Linn and
Wui I*. Wilson acting and surviving
Ex- vst r. of the last will and Testament
oftl Rev. Jaute# Linn DD late of the
B -reach of Bellcfonte dsc,d.
It the account of William It. llay# ad
mi: tra tor of and of Caiharen Uoman late
of U one# township dee d.
J. 11. MOKKISON,
Register.
List of Jurors.
la#' • rnJ Jarxjfi drawn for Kvebf Tort* of
IvL- A 11 l1*l.v-UUIMNIxtit| llh Moo li >1 Not
Hftuw ~* (*a t/uick. X Hovr
r* sioo A K a. it), Ju Koo, JIM lUrtu. A kilWv,
N litoßr, W K <trw
lobdHl;. A IWclttol, J BtUUfMltßir.
liusb A: li Kktuiftl
IVi i ka#l isrvtf. H Crowfafgd. D L kotr
k|*i Jao Vt*u. N
Hcli Mil#* Jbu H.sffs-r
KPo sk. WvlMf, H btm
Fvr*, r MM Mek
Mr* t JM Thottiiwa.
Jog Altera
W\ av AtliUl GrRML
Alt. S M Urtca.
I ♦/ H1 Jaiupi drawn for XotataUr Tfw of
l\ut A I KI, coatM&ctttf 4IH Mundg) >o*
lUii ChA* H'mtcnuga. H A Mlawlo
I t .1 l t.ardoor. t Iftollwr. l> tttionr
I II I. Mjtrroy. M Mwm. J J WUltema
*sik r v ' t.rarjr, W Kddj
r.t. au Hlaek.
HOWo. J k I'lgßlwr, J F lIdQIrtMBMT
l art ,1 lim-kiy. l> IWctuS.#!
6". v A"ra W ravr, M. Krutnrtnr
Hart • caac \% itarr, H IsUitUtiJ
F - n V Hfc kft.i; Maltwrr
|W r saif. d HunAW. .S Bock. W P Uwwcaa. D
lvhui-
IN-*. '1 MiUor. Wm Boal. J C Boa). Jaa> Fuocoxaa,
l.> K >*-Lirf. V Slitiha. U KJUiugramiih. i C Kailw
Van II Y*rtck. Jnc Hoy, jr., J V Jxm(#n. U H tioy
Vnh i'> Vb H -SmiOi.
Ker#( I* lanch. lino Mnaonr. H KUonbrrffwr
lMux - A A Criwflua.
l .M i -irrj.J I)**#. MTrttlL
M.. g t\l lirana.
not ialn
Mi. - Joat>N Hinrijr.
I . -• lv.it Jurxwa drawn fur Novaalor Torm of
C"a**4f • mrtKlaj Moeadaj Hm lib of Dw A. D I*7l.
Be* *nt*t J V TIKMRM, W HaibraiUi, K (irwta, I
AJ TXI*
IVti u H KfptlrtUr. Wa A Inlander
Taj*J i ,*jviifugf
F* fk •* A I-ampir*. Saoto llarpmtnr
U t i 31 Isun*. || IK*,?. It iMIUtor.
Hall iwn T Rtwp
!'• f - \l> Kiahei, iu SwrHwowl
I'ht. • ;r< A Moiilgwpgn. l> L Way
hit . \ SHUf*. W TThoaioiß
. ! Ammgrww. WII KrrfsgL
W-T .J U ROM,
Hart * ; Ja Dims.
Mia F Waotrwr
lit- i. iH TH*ntpgsw. II W Hull
Walk r , Jt ItHg&A
Idle r l> I grionlgf.
M nth Wramtr. 8 K Foait
S ' . : % MFLLLFJO MILIAR
SI; t* . I* Furajr.
I h -s i; F Ilaaluß
Sl*r X ; S II -f l
WAR! WAR!
Oh Prices.
GREAT EXCITEMENT.
11. K. NttlTll,
of Potters Mills.
N E W U O OI)S !
Wc would most respectfully ifrom hi#
.- iiier#, and the public geuer
alT that he has taken possession of
Th iiu.-on'* old quarters, which have been
remodeled und improved, and is now pre
parcd to acconiinodatc all who may favor
nitu by calling.
NEW GOODS!
lie has just received one of the largest
ks of all kinds of Merchandise ever
brought to Centre county, which he intend
to -ii at scuh figure# as will make it an ob
ject t<r ail persons to purchase. Families
laying in winter supplies of Groceries,
Dr uoods, Ac., sh.iuiu not fail to give
hit i a call, :o- ho feels confident his prtce
a.id -uperior quality of goods will amply
-nt fy all. Hia stock of
G Ii O C E 11 I E S
c - -i-U of Coffee# of the be#t quality, Tea,
Mu ir# of all kinds, Mlns#os,. Fish, Salt,
(Th ese, Dried Fruit, Spice#, Provision-,
Flour and Feed, &c., Jce. Our stock of
DRYGOODB
is Ttrge und varied, and we will just #ay
can supply any article in that line, with
on. enumerating.
UEA I) V M ADKCLOTHING
a 1 , £.) stock of ready-made Clothing fr
M :i and Boys' wear, which we will dispo-e
.a a very small advance on cost.
I! and Shoe#, Hal- and Cat*#, Hard
ware. Oucenswnre, Wood and Willow
Ware, Notions, Fancy Goods, Carpel*, Oil
(!■ is. Wall Papers, Window Shades, Ac.,
"TGKNTS WXN' I ED FOR
A Book That Will Sell!
SlF'Krtmw.
ItY Til K RKSOWNKH
NKLNOK BLITZ.
Tliis is an original, interesting, and In
ti uctive work, full of rare fun ami humor
Icing nil account of tlid AUTHOR'S PRO
FESSIONAL LIFE, his wonderful tricks
a: 1 feat#, with laughable incidents and
ad ventures as a Magician, Necromancer,
a I Ventriloquist. Illustrat-d with
1G Full l'ago Engravings,
b ides thfl Author's Potnilt on steol, hih!
numerous small CMU.
fhe volume is free from any objectiona
ble matter, being high-toned and moral in
iu character, ana will be read with inter
est, both by old and young. It gives the
*> t graphic and thrilling accounts of the
efforts of his wonderful feat* and magical
trick", causing the most uncontrollable
merriment and laughter.
Circulars, Terms, Ssc., with full Informa
tion. sent free on application to
1)U F FIE LI) ASH Si E AD, Publisher.
711 Sansoin Street, Philadelphia.
0ct27.6m.
Kitnipp
Paris, Noveinl r I The ytcin o| gpli
tury iiti*titut , which now prevails in the
French army, i shortly to no suppressed
hy statute.
The llmiupurto*.
The cabinet have under consideration a
proportion to pa a in<-uuro interdiciing
the return af any tueinhcr of tin- Ibuiapnr
ti*t falll Iv to r'rahce, except by *pecl*l
authorixaiioii granted l>> ill. goveiunieiit
111* understood that the proposed Inter
dict meat* with the approval 01 the major
ity of the mem lint >. 1 the cahinct
Ruasia Enter* lite Auatm-t icrtuitn Al
liaiitc,
llerlui, Novomlu f Official informs
tion tatr, that Ho recent interview be
tween Print v It. oat * and (Joruchkoff,
in iti in city, resulted . 1 Km ..a becoming a
parly to the tout al unicr,lallduig arrived
at be! wecu Go 11 ,n. and Austria, during
the recent cunt. . u.-c ui Saluburg. Ai
the Interview t en the Russian ami
German preini. 1 urndc. i of cordial re*'
latlon* between the two nation* wcrocx
cha igcd
A TRI t; BILL. "Brick Pvitncroy
any* it rev; Hire* tuoto pluck for u young
until lo * dulilisii 11 printiug ofHcu in u
country town, wlu-ro lie is coinjielleil
to bo editor, citiivnsMtig agent, type act
tcr, prool rcailcr, pr.wsumn, mailing {
clerk, wood ami itcuuxer, everything
in fuel, in unlit that hie paper mat
live, than ur piiicl in any other
business lie must work haul aDO
live poor. Hu'iucosmoii tail ami leav*
hiui to whistle for motley which h*
cannot wdl <io without. Subscriber*
al) about kitu, whoprofos* to be good
take (us pajH-r, then die, remove to u
distant town, or away without paying
their debt*, lie 1* expected to work
for any tnau of iti* party who tuay
Come up for oliico ; to print hmidbills
to advertise notice* and furnish elec
tion ticket'-, oftentimes for nothing
lie must bo first and foremost to en
courage every enterprise of the place
and the last 111111 to 00 onul for work
done, labor performed, or inllueue*
given.
MARRIAGES.
•Sept. oth, 1811, ni BllfuaU), by J. I*.
Gephart, K>.j,, Mr. John U Lemon to Mi
Ann* L. (i inner, I th of Kurciuon lowu*
thib, I'M
At BoaLburg. ,u jhe 3Mult., bv Kv. J.
T. William., ttby, J. Keller Miller, ol
OMnHtll, t> Hit Elian IIIHIW|II.
ofMoUtll llld. J" lidi IR'O.
DEATHS.
At hi. residence ni Mtloburg Iron
Work", in l)w, I'wn.hij), thib county, on
the 3rd mat., Mr Jautet K Balhur.t, in
the 6hl year of hi age.
Mll.HoY MAKKKTS
CorreeloU by John M Dowell.
While wheal I,+ ' Bid wheal 1,-W llyt
70. Corn 7U ...Oat- tU ... Barley 61
Clove rseed 5,50 .....Tiuiothyreed, 350
Salt 2 50 jer sack,.,
Bacon Ilk ...ilnut Id . ...Butter If*..
30 Plaster 'J o<>
BKLLKFOSTEM VIIKKTS.
Corrected by Keller* Mutter.
rt'hlle tV'• ea: J1 111. Bed Ito live
70 Corn 0i1.... ttai. -K) Barley 61
70 Clover?" ej ■*' I'tatoe* 34,
Lard per pound H ...Pork per pound UV
Butter 30. Keg >35. ... Pla*ter par ion I
sls Tallotv 10 Bactiti 10 Unit, A'.
1
I" AST NOTICE I— Notii la harahj
.A given to all nollaetora of county and
Slate laxe. in Centre e. .nty, wh>>hn.c not
K illed up their tinj 1.. ali > for the year* prt -
THMM to lStl. to •• e ill an.l Mettle .aid i
duplicate* an t m '*e pay uieut of balance
due. On or befor tw, !> ventli day '
of November lu \t. • r .aid baIIACH will bel
placed in the hit'el" of an attorney*. witel
I till ruction* t-'C lcct the -Mine without dhj
lay a* no longs r .'id .: .. can be given ;j
nor, alter that d i e. II any percentage* >
or exoneration* be !IKI1. By ttrder of;
Conuno- in •
WM. yUBKT. f Urk
FOR SALE.
The under.igr.' d ha* n tract >f timber
land, heated !.-'.• it the Bru-h and.
Thick Mountain- n.-arlv due south of Re
b*-rburg. c <nta • 171 acres. which he
offer* for ale. It >• well timWrvil, and
cav of accent fr on Bru-h Vallay.
For all desired information call on the
under- Ignetl.
C 11. REITER.
Uwttf Aaron.burg, I'a
Good News for the Laoies.
FALL Oi'liMM. OF
liouiiH*, Trim in HUT* Millinery. ut
MRS. MARY E. SHOOPE S
In Centre 11 a 1..
Mr*. M K SiiiK>|o', ba* ju*l returned!
from Philadelphia, with the LATKSI
FASHIONS, and a complete stock of
New BOUIR*U, Nc.v Ilitu, Elegant
Trimming*. Ac.,
which will he .-id or made up, n ttkital
nt reasonable price*. Aim, old ladle.
Ore.. CM jo.
The new *ty ie-are \cry pretty. Ladie.
call and set- them early. Fir.i come, ir*t
served. ItovS 1L
Farmers Head!
Kuwp'a New Wagon,
with a rjdendid assortment of good* will,
>on apjtear
It Your lloora,
loaded with a great variety of Good*, such
a* Plain nlitl Fancy Cans! mere* of the la
test
Fall and Winter Styles,
Beaver Cloth. Tricot, Doeakiti. Satinet*.
Tweed*. Jean*, watt rjirnof Plaids,
arid an alwot endless vari
ety of
Flannels.
Fine, Medium ami Course. Stocking!
Ynm* nf nil kinds, Blanket.*, whiti I
gray, nnd horse Blankets.
Striped Carriage Blankets. ],
The most beautiful -triped carriage blan- '
kets, muile in the tit *-t superior order, and
for sale ut a reasonable figure.
CAR PKTs.
heavy Daninsk, Flowered, Ingrain andh
Striped, Parlor mid Stair Carpet*, all u- h
perior. bright f*t colors.
WOOL, LARD, and SO.V I*taken in ex-L
change lor Goods. (!IMK1, of every ARfie-j.
ty, always on hand at his-r.-ideiiee.
John ('. Kemp, t
Centre Hill, I'M. J
iiovfi.lt. Agent for Halfpenny's t
I
? U 'A n J Y U r A £ J
AT REDUCED PRICES!
A LL KIN I)S0F FU RN ITU BE AT TH K
"MAMMOTH"
Furniture Store!
THOMAS LINN,
On Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, I'enn a.
I' ADOPT this method of informing my
friend* that I have purchased the entire
interest of Henry P. Harris in the above
named establishuieiit. Mr, Harris having
retired from the firm,
Will Continue tho Business
of Manufacturing all kind* of Furuituri at
hi* old stand on Howard St. He also
makes a specialty of
In all its branches. The best of Coffin*, M
Good Her<: ut all time* on band. Every
funeral will be attended to by liiin in per
son. His many year* of experience will
recommend liiin as one of the
OL D EST AN D B EST I' ND E KTA K K P.S
in the State. All order*
PROMPTLY FILLED.
Order* for Coffyis can be left at my store all
Allegheny Street,
THOMAS LINN,
Bellefoute Pa.
0ct27.1y.
TIIK dratdally n< :<tp In Virginia WM
printed iii 17*1. mill the üb-criptum prim
*> su<i |*r mint.in
Another 1a nac lv llie I'. H. K.
it i rrportml to day tloit the Peniisvlva
nin liailrono Company lis- completed the
preliminary arnugwmeiits ( " r leasing lb#
Pliiladephia, V\ ashiilgt'"! nl'd Baltimore
Railroad.
Omaha luolal miuli'i indulge ill two
dollar*' xvurth of carriage ri leaa wedding
I our, ami are happy.
The ttt-Hthor thi- k wn> cold and
! blustery,
Te Artvoi ll-*rs All person* alio oOU
template making < >ntracis with newspa- 1
per* for the i'l -rti ni .\<lveiiiauiueuU
Humid Ild to
Geo.P.RowoilACo.:
lor a Circular, or iu• K• -- -.lltils for iheir !
Una Hundred Pago Pain, lot conlnittf
LIU of .i tmi Now.pap. i. ami • >liioale*, (
■how 111 if tho cost of tl\ ortlij, also many
Useful hint* to advertisers, tilid *OlllO ac*
count of the expvrietie. ■ "f men who arv
known as Successful Advertiser*. This tirin
are proprietor* of the American New •pa
per Advert iking Agency,
41 Park Rov.. N.Y..
and are possessed ol unc quelled fadlilies '
for > ecu ring the insertion
II all Newapapcr* and Pi . lical* ut low
si rate*. liHov.lt
GREAT FLOOD!
Tun* of Dry liuml-, hiroeerit**, No
lion*, llndicate, it >a<lv-:uiuie
Clothing. an.l thou-uitf* of
other articles
CARRIED OFF AND LANDED AT
VU-the Cheap Store lit '> \
Herlacher & Cronmilier.
CENTRE HALL, PA
tuJ now offered at price* lower thai)
the lowest.
Dry Good* Notion* tir..cer.c. Hard
ware, Queeiitu arc, Wood nod willow war*
Iron, Salt, Fill, and 111 fa t n magnificent
assortment of every thing
GOODS VERY NKAK AT THE
OLD PRICES.
Dress Goods
A uiost beautiful variety, consisting of all
the novelties of the *eu- .n,
white good*, embroideries, hoop >kiru,
BALMORAL SIC IK IS,
All we ask that vou will
CA LI. AND EX AMt N K t)I It STOCK
ALL KIND> ol 11A UN ESS,
silvdr plated and Yanki Harness doubt,
and single, bridles and I liter*. Apr 1
Proajwcts of
HIGH PRICES FOR GRAIN.
The undersigned hai Aen jn*esion
of the Warehouse at the Mill, m Milroy,
I formerly occupied l.v Be.d A i'hotnson.)
and are now pre|Mre<J buy all kinds ol
tirain and S-eil.. si :ii inghe.t market
price*, for CAStt. t'.ui,. Pt.A*Tta and
MI I, tlimillllj on ImMI i-r -ale, as Sow
|a the h.we.l
Farmer* of Celitr - e . *v reJect
fullv invited to give u* a call
We guarantee to a,-la tion in nil
! rases. MCMAN HiAL A liltOWN*
J AND AT PRIVATE > VLI
A lot of land. King in tirwggtownship,
i.-n the bank* of Pctin cell. IH'IWOCII
Penn llall and Spring Mill., i offered at
I>i vale sale. It adjoin ' *ud of (tea.
. tuehanau and L. B M 1 '.ire, containing
24 AGUES
to.ire or leu. About - s - • oi .t of
rtr-t cls-s white pine timber, the balance
1* ared and under cullivat n—s acres are
meadow.
For further |>articular apply to
CII UESMCK, |
ISocLtf Grrgg twp.
HOl SK AND L*T Firlt SALE.
The undersigned offer* Ml private,
mle his house and lot, .'Hi.te an Church ;
•tnct. Centre Hall. Th< house is a new!)
two |..ry frame buihlitig, one of the finest j (
in the neigbltorhitod. and m one of the.
be*t locations in the town. There is a new
•table upon the lot. F-'r father particu
lars apply to ALEX Ml AN SON.
•eJ.Cfilf. j,
i a
i
h
a
! a
The First
11
and the ltest!<
The Largest
& CHEAPEST
stock of
FALL GOODS!
JUST UN BACKING at
K ELL Eli & MUSSEK,
In L- wii >.r .M I. Bishop Street,
when?
! huve jut DpTix'd tlio chwijK'al lnra(a?*
a* well nt th bt*t tt'Ddrtctl lofk uHitnula
itt Uettofonle.
HERE LADIES,
Is the place to buy y onr Silk*, Mohair-
Motambi'jue*, Keii*. Alpaca*, Delain*.
Lam, Brilliant*. Mu!in*. Calicoos, Tick
ing*, Flnnols, Opera Flanels, Ladies Coal
ing, (lent. Cloths, Ladies Sacjues, Whitt
Pekay, Linen Table Cloth*, Counterpanes
Crib Counterpane . White nit I Colurec
Tarlton, Napkin*, In ertlng* nndKdgings
White Lace Curlin*. Zejdiyr A Zephyr Pat
tern*. Tidy Cotton, Slmwl . Workla*ket
' HOOP SKI UTS,
Thread Hosiery, Fan*. Bead*, Sewing
LADIES AND MISSES SHOEs'
FANCY GOODS OB NOTION LINK
FOR GENTLEMEN,
Rncdymude Clothing <f Kvery l)i*
scription, fr Men nnd Boy*.
Their stock of tjUKENS W ARK & OROj
CKUIKS cannot bo excelled in quality or
price. ...... .
Call in nt the Phllad.-ljhiaMrc and eon-;
vltice yourselves that KELLER A MUS
SEU liave any thing you want, and do bu
siness on the "principle of'HJuirk Sale* ami
Small Profit*." apfififiO
OEAIN AND PRODUCE ARE TAKEN
Th e P I a c e
TO BUY
CHEAP SCHOOL 800 AS.
.18 AT
LIVINGSTONS
WIIOLKSA LE
BOOK STORE.
nug'JA.Bm Bellefonte, Pa.
: Sloven! Fire.'Stov'n!
At Andy Reesman's, t Vntru Hull, are
latent and bc*t *tovc* out, bo has Just
ratal ved w largo lot of
Omk Htovca, the Pioneer (look,
the Eclipse Cuok,
the Reliance Cook.
FA It Id I HS The llndiaiil Light, self faa
dur, 110 lturncr, National Egg,
Jewell, Ac.
la.Hn sells *tuvc u* LOW u* anywhere
M Mi til in or Centre co. ml
TIN AND SHEETIRON WARE
The undorwigitcd hereby inform* the
citiaeu* of Fen 11* valley that ha ha* pur
chased the Tiiuhop heretofore carried on
by the 0, II Mfg Co,, wild wilt continue
(he ••me, *1 |h old stand, in ail It* branch
es, in the manufacture ivf
NTOVt: FIFE A HFIHTIXG.
AH kind* of repairing done. lie baa
alway* on hand
Fruit Can*, of all Bitea,
BUCKKTB.
CUPB,
DIPPKBH,
DISH KB, AO.
All work warranted and charges reaton
ablo. A *liare of tnc public patronage o
lidled. AND KKKSIIAN,
•i*cp7oy Centra Hall
Y
iv Olßce of the LewUbuig, Centre
and Spruce Creek II K. Co.
Philadelphia June 13th, '7l.
Notice i* hereby given that the flr*l in
-talment of tlx e dollar* per share, to the
apiial *t..ek .f the Lewuburg, Centre and
Spruce Creek Kali Koad 0" . subscribed
11 the township* of Harris, Fuller, tiregg
Penn and llaine*. Centre county, will Ur
payable on the dr*t day of July ltT7l, and
tubse|urnt intalmenU of Ave dollarwtMir
-hare, will lo* due aud pax able on the lr*t
lay ul each sueceeding month until the
whole i* paid. Payment* of the above ia
.laliiieut* are hcr< f>y required to be made
lotbe treasurer of the Company, at the
if&co of the Centre County Banking Com
pany Bellefonto Fa.
JOSEPH LESLEY,
Treasurer.
N B. Any person x'esiringcan pay the
whole off at once. If payment* are not
punctually made the law allow* one per
cent pet month t > b charged in addition
Attention Farmers of
CENTRE COUNTY
YOHN M DO WELL
fl having leased the Ware
house ofCupUa A St run k in Milroy, is now
I prepared to pay the highest cash price* for
*ll kinds Grain Coal, Plaster and Salt,
constantly on hand. tnayS&.Cm
I'KXTRK HALL
Coach Manufactory.
Levi Murray,
,
I
*t hi* establishment at Centre Hall, Pa..
1 keeps on hand, and for sale, at the most
rem. "table rates, a ' s'gp stock af
Carriages.
Buggies,
&. Spring Wagons,
PLAIT and FAXCT,
and vehicse* of every description mad. to
order, and Warranted, to be made of the
best n-asoned material, and by the most
•kilted and competent workmen. Persons
wanting anything in hi* line are requested
:o call and examine hi* work, they will find
jit not to be excelled for durability and
< wear.
yKw I.AHDWAKKsTouki
J. A J. HARRIS.
SO. 5. BROCK KRtIGFF ROW
A new aud complete Hardware Store ha>
been opened bv the undersigned in Brock
•rh ilTs new building—where they are pre
pared to sell all kind* of Building and Ilous,
Furnishing Hardware. Iron. Steel, Nail*.
Buggy wheels in sett*. Champion Clothes j
Wringer. Mill Saws. Circular and Hans
Saws. Tennon Saw s, Webb Saws, Ice Crean
Free Kara, Bath Tub-. Clothe* Hacks, a ful,
assortment of Gla and Mirror Plate of all
•ixs-s. Picture Frames, Wheelbarrow*
Lamps. Coal OH Is*nips. Belting. Spoke*
Felloe*, and Hubs. l>b>w •. Cultivator*. Corr
Plows. Plow Points, Shear Mold Hoard* 1
and Cultivator Teeth. Table Cutlery. Shov
els. Spades and Forks. Looks, Hiages,
S-r-w •. Sash Springs, Horse-Shoes. Nail*,
Norway Rod* Oil* Lard, Lubricating.
Coal. Linseed, Tanners. Anvils. \'lcs*. Bel
lows, Screw Plates, Blacksmiths Tool*.
Factors* Bells. Doase Bells. Dinner Hell*.
Gong Bell*. Tea Bells.Grindstone*. Carpea
tor T<">ls. Kmit Jar* and Can*. Paints, Oil*,
V*rnishe* received and for sale at
jtintxYOUy. I J- HARRIS.
yKLLER AJAItRKTT
dealer* in
l
ORUCB. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS i
also all the
STANDARD PATENT MEDICINES
A very large a*- ,
sortmeut of TOI
LET ARTICLE*,
FAKCT OOTID*
Soap*. Ac., &e.,
The finest qual
ity of RAZOR
-STEEL. POCKET
K N i v K*. Sciaaoma
and RAZOR*.
WALL PAPER IX
GRE AT VARIETT.
PRESCRIPTIONS, compounded by com
potent druggists at allhours, day or night.
Night customer* pu 1 night bell.
ZKLLKRAJARRKTT,
Bishop St., Bellefonte Pa.
I iunlS 1
CENTRE HALL
Tail lard.
The undersigned would respectfully In
form the citizens of Centre county, that
the above Tan Yard wjll again be put in
fall operation. In all iU branches, by tbem.
HIDES AND HARK WANTED.
The highest market price will be paid
i far Hide* of all kind*. The highest mar
ket price will also he paid for Tanner 1 *
llsrk. The public patronage i* solicited
, Satisfaction g mi rant cod.
dofiUtf MILLER Jt BADGER.
CHEAP MUS C.
St'MCMHU to PKTKKV MfSICAL
i MONVHLY get all the latest and best Music
at one and two cent* a piece. Ereiy num
ber contains from $t to $5 worth of new
Music ; and it can bohad for 30 cent*. The
July and Aueut number* contain Thirty
Pieces of Muic. (72 Pes, sheet-music
size.) and will be mailed for6ocents. Ad
dress J. L. PETERS, Broadway, New
York. 'JjaugSm.
HOUSE,
Allegnenev Street, Reiiefonto, I'*.
I). JOHNSUN efe SONS, Proprietor*.
A riHMTCLAHa IIOTZI., COM PORT A HI.K ROOMS
PROMPT AITENDANCE.
ALL THE MODERN CONVENIEN
CES—AN I) REASONABLE Charge*.
The proprietor* offer to the traveling
public, and to their country fiiends, first
class accommodations and careful atten
tion to the want* of guest* at all times, at
fair rates. Careful hostlers and good stable
ling for horses. An excellent table well
served. A Bar supplied with fine liquor*.
Servant* well trained and everything rn
quikito iti a first class Hotel. Our location
i* in the businet* part of thu town, near the
Post Office, the Court House, the -Chur
ches, the Batik*, and the p incipal places
of business, render* it the most eligible
place far those who visit Bellefoete on busi
er pleasure.
All Omnibus will carry passengers
and baggage to and from all trains
free of charge.
Young and Devling,
CITY STOWS.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tho largest aud beat u -oitm-iil of
Dry Good*.
Clothing, !
Groceries,
Roots.
& Shoes.
Notions &c.
!l
in the county, give us a trial and ave
from 15 lo 20 jur cent, on your pur
chaae*. , iuly2s. 1
(irahani Son.
Boot <kShoe Makers
Next door to\Vaguuer <& Son's Store
liellefoute.
We manufacture to order.
Our work i* neat and durable.
Our price* are very moderate.
We warrant to give satisfaction.
We have the LARGEST and URBT
•took of Ladie't and Children'* shoes in
town.
We are receiving good* every week.
We wish en examination of our good*.
The Fennsvalley trade is especially in
vited to call and see our loch, we think
we Can please all who call a* to lyte*,
quality, and price*. We study to render
satisfaction, and although we hare had an
extended trade for year*, we have never
given a customer cause to complain.
sept J 5 If.
AS* IAIIM, linoili l HEW MAIIU
• paoxr, HISHOP ei., Bellcfonte.
WIN K S AN D 1- 1 L' U ILs
The subscriber tespoctfully calls the at
tention ofthe public lo his c.tabluhm nt,
where ho Is nrvpated to furnish all kindsol
Foreign and Domestic Lieuor*' wholesale
at the lowest cash prices, winch arc w arrau
:d to be the best qua'itins according to
their respective t rice*. Hi* i-t-.Kik consists
Monongahcla, Irish and other
W liikiftf, !1 kisttis of ilrinJiciL iiolitfld
Gin. Fort, Maderia, Cherry, iliackburry
and Other Wines—the host articles—-at as
reasonable rate* as can be had in the city
Champagne, Cherry, Black lorry. Ginger
and Carraway Brandie., Fur<> Jamaica and
New England Hum, Cordial of all kinds
He would particularly invit- Farmers. Ho
tel keepers and other* to call and examine
hi* large supply, to Ju.lge for themselves
and be certain of procuring what they buy.
which can seldom be done when purchas
ng in the city.
pier Pbysioansare respectfully requested
1* give hi* liquor* a trial. apIO
Wall Paper, cheap
fro ui 12 t„ 20 cent* per b 1 ta I!erla< Irr*
BI'FFALO BCA LKS, of the be*t make
from 4 lb* upt> ItS'.OOPi b*.
aplo'6B. lawtx'.V WILMAK.
DltY SO A EDS. Plank
for sale by lawtx a Wtuwx.
apIUGK.
CKT>SS-CUT AND MILL SAWS, be
makeat D.xx IN a WIUMXE.
apKTW
PI.M PS!
Wooden Pumps,
AND
PIPING.
TUe undersigned would respectfully call
the attention oflhccitiaen* oft entrecounty,
and Fennsvalley in particular, to the fact
that he is manufacturing
'!•£ 353-f PUiIP,
made at home or elsewhere. He use* none
but the In *t material, IIKXX xunxxr* rata
to give natisfaction, a* being the most last
ing and durable, sorgatoß TO THE OLD
wotxdeiipump, being arrangwi to let the
water off and prevent Ireexing in winter.
Pine, poplar or cucumber pump* always
on hamf. Hi* matirial for pump* is all
tawed from large timber, and are thu*
Sccu red ag i nat Check ing or Crack i ng.
All orders hr mail promptly filled.
PIPING, made of the best material, ol '
flee inch scantling, joined together w.lh 1
coupling block*, thoroughly banded, and [
wai ranted to stand any pressure required "
for ordinary u*e. Price* of pitiug range '
from 12 to 18 cent* per foot, Jsend order* to 1
rept.3o.ly J TELLER, '
.Milerburg, Pa J
i
Burial Cases
AND GASKETS.
A IK-TIGHT AS l> IN D EST KUCTIBLE
run
Protecting and Preserving the Dead.
The undersigned take* pleasure in an
nouncing that lie ha* secured the sole agen
cy in thl* county for
M E TA L LIC AND OLA SS
Iturial ('Kaon nntl CaakflN,
which are so widely known as toyeauire no
*t>ecialcommendation. The METALLIC
ISCHIAL CASK, with it* present im
proved style and finish, its entire harmony
with the feeling* of the bereaved, its per
fected adjustments and appointment* in
whatever relate* to the preservation and
protection of the body after death, confirm
it* utility nnd entire adaptors* to the pur
pose* for which it i* designed.
COFFINS of all description* ftirnUhed
at the shortest notice; and all order* filled
promptly night or day. The Dead laid out
with care, and funerals anil escort* super
intended in person. 11ENHY 11 ARRIS
novtt Itollefontc, Pa.
ILLKR'S HOTkXr Woodward, Pa.
Stage* arrive and depart daily.
Thl* favorite hotel i* now in every respect
one of the most pleasant country hotel* in
central Pennsylvania. The traveling com
munity will always find the best accommo
dation. DroTer* can at ail time* be accom
modated with stable* and pasture lor any
number of cattle or horses.
julyfi'titkf GEO. MILLER.
SPINDLE SKEINS for wagon*, all *i
*e*, at the sign of the Anvil.
aplO'oß. IRWIN a WILSON.
T AMPSOF EVERY VARIETY and
nplO .Gs"' Ut IRWIN & 'WILSON'S.
CLOTHlNG—Overcoat*. Pant*. Vo*U,
and I)re* Coat*, cheap, at Wolf*.
OCKKT CUTLERY -all makes f
urce.at IRWIN A WILBO*
LOOKING-GLASS PLATES ofaiui*
for sale by IKWIN a WILSON.
*2 10,08
JAPANNED TOILET SETTS, AND
other Japanned ware, at the Anvil Store.
apl(M. . IRWIN * WiLao*.
CtOFFIN TRIMMINGS, a large a.sort-
J went at IKWIN * WILSONS
A CARD.—W* have removed oppmltti!
to lh< Bush Home mid ar selling out our
stuck left from the Br* at bargain*. W*|
j aw settling up our book* and account* and
wit! b much obliged to on* and alt to call
un.l settle thir account*. W* would My
to our numerous (Hand* and customer*, to
fir*** accept our sines re thank* for tbr
i K*'ii*rou patronage they bars always be
lowed on us,
BUKNHIDK ATHOMAR.
<iOOb NEWS FOR f HIFKOI'LE.
Great AUr -ition and Groat Bargain*!
f | I HK undersigned, dten*iirid to maet lb*
JL popular doiuahd for Lower Prior*. re
|. ctfull.v call* tbr uttontion of tba publb
to hi* itock of
SADDLERY,
now offered at tbr old stand. Designed *-
pm ialt t for the poopla and tbr tine*, tbr tar
get and most varied and complete nort
mant of (
Saddle*, Harutwr, Collara, Bridles,
of ovary description and quality; Whip*,
and tn fart everything complete to a Int
el a** establishment, be now offer* at prim
which will suit the time*,
t |A better variety, a better quality or f aer
style of Saddlery ha* nevar before beea nf- ,
sored to tbe public. Call and examine oar
tcck and be **tioed before purchasing* 1
*1 few here.
Determined to pleas* my patron* and
thankfu; for the liberal *haro of patronage
heretofore enjoyed. I respectfully solicit e
continuance of the same.
JACOB DINGEff. Centre Hall.
YEW PIKM, NEW GOODS AND
Panic Priocs.
FOSTER DEVLIKO A WILSON. 1
Having pun hr ted the extensive .tore ot i
IfowelT, Oillilan 1 * Co.. and addedtotbem i
It panic prices* large arrottment of •
NEW GOODS, |
j i'hey are enabled to sell at
OLD FASHIONED PRICES! .
A large variety of !
Ladies' Dreaa Giaaii '
Great Bargain* in I
Mualina and Calicoc*.
K.-adv Made Clothing
Warranted to Snit ,
Our Cloth* and Caasimora,
Cant be excelled, i
THEIR GROCERY DEPARTMENT. ;
Astonishes every on* la aaaortment and low ,
price*.
dvi up Sugar, Tea, Coffee, Caaaod trutta, ■
Jel lie*, Domestic and Foreign Fruits,
Chcee and pastries of aul kind*,
and every other article be
longing to the Grocery
Department.
Thtj i tkotemla at PkUadeJpAia Rait*.
; Jtdr Farmers, Mechanic* and Laborer*
look to your interest. On# dollar MVad t*
a dollar la pockal Then call and Is* at
what astonishingly low price#
FOILS TEE DKVLIKG A WILSON,
| Arc selling their Dry Cood* and Groceries.
tr No trouble to show Goods,-MM
If they are not a* represented, wa will
pay you for your iroubl*. Don i forgattha
place.
JtaKTURNKK BUILDINOINR
Up29tf Allegheny St., Bellefonta Fa.
J IWlf A WILSON ar* constantly re
reiving new good* In thoir lino
HARDWARE
■ deverydoscriptionatredu.ee price* no*
[being opened every day spHPh
WJ. B. KTTKLK'S
| UOLKSALR WINK A LIQUOR
STOKE
Bishop street, Bell-fan te, in the Stone buil
ding iormerly occupied by the Key
stone Bakery
Take* pleasure in informing the public that
lie keep* constantly on band a supply *,
choice Foreign and Domestic Liquor*.
All Harre/a, Ktgt *i ad Cauda xerraelarf
1 tn contain tM* quantify represents^.
The attention of practicing physicians is
•silled to hi* stock of
PURE LIQUOER,
; -uitabln for medical purport. Bottles,
iug*. and demijohns constant! v on bud.
lie ha# the ONLY PURE NECTAR
| WHISKY in town.
AEI liquors are warranted togi**tati*-
faction. Liquors will be sold by the qnart,
barrel, or tierce. He ha* a large let ei
BOTTLED LIQUORS
Of the finest grade* on hand.
Confident that be can please customers
he rospectftilly solicit* a share of public pa."
COACH MANUFACTORY.
HARDMAN PHILLIPS,
AT HIS manufacturing establishment at j
Yeagertuwn, on the Lewistowt
•nt Bellafonte Turnpike, ha* now on kmc ,
■ inc thick of Ctrrit|M, Buggies, Sulkies
and Soring Wagons, which ha now offer?
for tale m superior in quality *nd stylo* u
nnv manufactured in the country. They
•re made of the eery bcttMuoaditack hy
first class practical workmen, and finished
in a style that challenges comparison with
any work out of or tn the Hasten cities
and ran be sold at lower prices than than*
manufactured in large towns and cities,
amidst high rents and ruinous prices ef liv
ing. Being mastor of his own situation,
anxious to excel in his a Mistical profession
and free from any annoyances in his busi
ness, he has tima and ability to deroto bis
entire attention to bis profession and his
customers, rendering satisfaction alike tr
all patrons, operations, his country, nn
himself.
Call and examine his stack and learn his
prices, and you cannot fail to he satisfied.
REPAIRING
of all kinds dona neatly, promptly, taw
reasonably.
Yeagertown, June 12.1968 ly.
D| OI'BLK AND SINGLE BARREL
fowling piecee at
spiffoß IRWIN A WILSON,
Cm ENTRE HALL HOTEL.
JORK SrtKOLti, Proprietor.
Stages arrive and depart daily, for all
points, north, south, east and west.
This favorite Hotel has been refitted and
furnished by its new proprietor, and la now
in every respect one of the most pleasant
country Hotels in central Pennsylvania.
The travelling community and drovars will
always find the best accommodations. Per
sons from the city wishing to spend a few
weeks during the summer in the country,
witl find Centre Hall one of the most beau
tifu> locations and the Centre Hall Hotel
all they csuld desire for comfort and con
venience. aplo'6B,tf. |
NATURE'S
Hair Restorative
!
1 Conlains no LAC SULPHUR-—No
SUGAR OF LEAD—No LITH
ARGE —No NITRATE OF BlLr
VER, and it entirely free from the
Poisonous and Ileal thdee troy ing
t Drug* used in other Hair Preparn
' lions.
Transparent and clear a* crystal, it will
not mM the finest perfectly SAFE
CLEAN and EFFlClENT,—desidera
tum* LGNG FOUGHT F'OR AND
FOUND AT LAST I
It restores and prevents the Hair from
becoming Gray, imparts a soft, glossy ap
pearance. removes Dandruff, is refreahing
to the head, checks the Hair from falling
off, and restores it to a great extent when
prematurely lost, prevents Headaches,
cures all humors, eruptions,
und unnatural heat. AS A DREf&ING
FOB THE HAIR IT IS THE BEST AR
TICLE IN THE MARKET.
DR. G. SMITH,
Prepaied only by PROCTER BROTH
KKS, Gloucester, Mass. The genuine is
put up in a panel bottle, made expressly
for it. with the name of the aiticle blown
in the glass. Ask your Druggist fee Na-
TUH'e Uaik Kestoiaiivi, and take no
other. _
par-Send two three cent stamps to Proc
ter Brothers for a "Treatise on the Human
Hair." The information it contains is
worth $500,00 to any person. I*BU
For sale at Centre Hall by Wn, n oif
and Herlacher A Cron miliar.
Important Notice.
To thr Public—Tbr Wilton New Un
der feed Kb utile Sewing Machine
Bear in mind this fact, that the WUnon
sowing machine company are die pioneer
in introducing a firat-claaa Hhutile sawing
machine at a reasonabL and low price
This machine combine* ail the elagaiwwt,
simplicity, durability and strength potslbif
far any sewing machine to attain, and then
ar* the lr*l and only first-class low-pri< td.
machine* put la the market. Machines
without aover SAL It is alao adapted to ev
ery variety of family aewing and light
mat utactu ring. It embrace* all of the nn
portaat and m*ential elements embodied h
eiacbiae* patented within the past twan v
year*. A ttaehmante for doing all kind* * t
work ar* mad* for tba machine.
The Public have believed for a long tin •
that a good reliable sowing machine could
be manufactured and sold at a reasonable
arte*, which, wo bare found tba Wilson
Now Uader-feod sowing machine to be.
All we o*k u convince the moot skcot:
M! that we have the beet sewing machine,
is a critical examination of the new Wilaot
fader-feed machine.
Machine, will be delivered anywhere 111
MtMin or Centra counties All machln
warranted for ive year*.
Eut'u* P Kaiat AGxo A. Lawns*,
ng% fan. Agents, Milfojr. Pa
On Xftniage.
laaaya for Tesnf Kan. am OXSAY BOCIAi
IRU and AIMS* whtek laterfar* with
Manrtaga, and ruin the bnppine** of th- u>
sad*.—with sura as*** of relfof-for the
Erring and Unfortunate, dieoaacd and de
bilitated Sent in crnlea letter envelop. -
fraaat char**.
Addrom. HOWARD ARriOCl ATIOJ,
Ma Stfaatb Ninth Bt., Philadelphia, Pa
Mlihr.
T" b Wl N luttAw* KotTcirrcr
A ter* of adwinssteation to the estate of
Michael Wielaal, lata of Karri* twp.
Contra couaty. dee' A, having beea graoi. !
in the undersigned, an parson* indebted t ►
lAiil SNI rugwirtiri to ntk#
WSDISL# xwtiwiiwiiff Ml. ss4i tho+r hi? if) s
claiai* u> presett them duly authentknti 3
for payment (>. T. WiSLanti
D. Hiaa. .
afaep.lt Admlniattnb.i
trtxicutoes
fi taaaeaiary to tba estate of Daniri
Kerr, lata of Potter township, Contra new n
ty, dee d , having beea granted to the un
dersigned. all psftnae indebted to the aaid
estate are reqttastad te moke tmmodiet
setlleietavat, and the** having claim* t<
present them duly suthenucaled for pay
mant. Jacwa BrauuLtx
•apAH Aw. Executor
TjOALTd tor Buggies and Cnrriagber
Os.tea in UM; Fit* Bob*, ditto, at
plffM lawix n Wu#*
THEONLY KKOUS
Monthly Gift XntarprtM 'M
150,000 Cnefa and Valuable Prix- .
DoeomWr IS, Wl Capital prixe .
. fff.ooo Gold. TWkats ft—ai* for fk
(tend for circular*. A. B W. TA Yl/)R A
CO., T. O. box ISM, Cla'ti, O. 17oet.lm.
CENTRAL BORL Csmu of Tbiid
and Cbrsttiut Street, Mifliaburg, Pa.
John Shower*. Proprietor,
lu Central Location makes it Mrtienlarly
j desirable to pcraon* visiting Tears on
business or pleasure.
H. A. Taylor'* Livery AtXa&rd
i lun2S.ly
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Is Ms- ■ SUSIII, a. sw
tat Clifaass OH**.,
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Dr. Crooks WINE OF TAE!
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SHtBaMRm Turam, lerciuli.
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CA X VANS KHs WA XTK
• For "Our town Flrealdi "
An I list-train! Paper. p '*- !>'
Itahesl Waalhly. nb-cr.pl ; ss p *
gI.AU. Every WnhaerHscr rec Ive- ■< I
nahle l-fcrasnn, A revs IS Pleee *
SSta a usasa.;,* 1;
■ample nod Pmalan Usl. Ast'tr
W. E. dump, PttWlHher, Dtytot,