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• THE JEtfTEE RErOr*7EK
FRIDAY, DSC. 8., IX7I.
hOCAL NBWI.-Our friend* will oblige
lis by Mndinjfdn any items of local intei
est, "including death*. marriage*, &<•,, a
such are exgarly road by your friends in
the west, many of whom get the Reporter.
\V r e would eskiauw its favor if our kind pa
trons would (vocationally mail a copy ol
tho Reporter to relatives and acquaintan
ces who formerly lived in Centre county
and removed to other part*, which would
1 uduco many to become subscribers
IMPORTANT TO BUBIKMB MEN.—
Tho torcuUtion of thv RK.PORTKR, on
this side of the county, U now greater
thautiiat of any two paprs in tin
oounty, houoo business men who w:>h
to reach the Ponncvnlley trade, wih
advance their own interests, by ad veil
tising in the KttrORTKR. Our suboerir
tioa list is open to the inspection of aL
who wish to advertise.
OOLPKN Fovvi vis P KS. —Something
new and novel. Be sure and read the ad
vertisement in our paper, headed "Creat
ed Invention of the Age." We believe
the Golden Fountain Pen Is unsurpassed.
A >od pen is n necessity to every yuan,
w • .an and child. Agents, here is a
ch i - t>> make lu.uu-y in introducing a
. and saleable article. jan IT y.
'|VV\ NOTICE.-In accordance with
1 nr net of Assembly, notice is hereby
i\ on to the citiaens of Yotter, front whom
inx,-. f>r tehaol purposes for tho present
y • . 0 due, that on all such taxes
p, . : undersigned Treasurer, at his
.. >■ o. or Imo-i- ioth i>i November
n, v'-therfe will be a deduction of five per
c> :,.m. tin all taxes paid within one
month after said date no deduction will be
ia-.w\ and that upon all school taxes re
n. t. e -,g unpaid alter Docamber 16th next
lb. .v :1 be an addition of five per con-
Hv order of the Board.
The dread alarm of fire aroused our
.tit:, ns la>t night, (Tuesday) at about
2 o'clock. The brick residence of Mr.
J hnSatikcv ofMifl!inburg,vaaentire
iy c-iieumed, not an article of furniture
, r anything else being saved, the iu
i nlv narrowly eseajHsd from a
sii,.i.4 story window, with their lives.
The origin "of the fire is unkuowu.— I
The oohl imp was not confined to
Ire county, last week, but extend
ed far and wide —east, north,and west
Severe cold and heavy snow-storms
i>rt Tailed in mauy parts of the country,
in -Jto Wert and Northwest winter
ha* Net in with unusual severity, and
deaths from snow-slides and snow-drifts
are frequent occurence. In Maine
ilia thermometer fell lower than was
cv. Mx fore known in the month of
Nov, obcr. This is good uews for the
ale'hers and skaters, but it's bad for
the jM>or. .
Rev. J. K. Evans, paster of the
Rci. Church, at Williamsport, preach
•d • ! .i-larewcli sermon, on last Sab
bath. lie gi-es to one of the lower
Es-ftoteruor John lligler, ofCnli
•• font i Dead.
Hon. John Biglcr, ex-Govcrnoi of
il;c State, died in Sacramento on
Thursday of ia*t week, at the age of
Governor Big'er was a remarkable
ira:: —self made, and by his life career
illustrative of the working of Ameri
ca; in.-titutions and the elcvatiug in*
fa; j as of a healthy, unrestricted De
tm • racv.
JoLu Bigler was born in Cumber
land comity, Pennsylvania, on the Bth
of January, 1804, aud was the oldest
of twelve vhildien, ten of whom were
living some few yearssir.ee.
lit 1820 Mr. Bigler became the pub
lisher of a democratic paper, at Beile
for.lc, the Centre Democrat.
Teat, a: old ciiixen ol ilia
place, atja the Philipsburg Jourcgl,
wajMat to the lunatic asylum at Har
rieburg, by the Court at Deliefonte, od
Dr.ijicjmos.—The new Methodi-sC
chinch. at Spruetown, near Potter's
Ilil' -, will be dedicated ou Sunday,
De :aUr„ 17ih, by Rtv. Thomas
Bdftrman, I). IV, of "Indiana univer
sity. The attendance of the Christian •
public is invited. / j
Exciting Scone in Court at Laii- 1
The course cf true love, appears
rot to run smoothly. The Express of
Xfrunday evening thus describes an
exciting scene in the hall where justice
issupjH.sed to be dispensed : This morn
ing about ten o'clock District A Harney
Qeu. Brubaker placed in tbc prisoner's
dock one Peter llilvard, a colored
man charged with an assault and bat
tery, but who is under bail. S. H.
Rcvno'ds, Esq., counsel for the de
fendant, came before the court, stating
thaTius client had been unlawfully
detained and placed in the dock, al
though he had answerad three limes
to calls made for him this morning
and each time was compelled to go
back, 4i Commonwealth not being
ready to try him, and Mr. R. asked
that he be released, his recognizance
not having been forfeited. Mr. Bru
baker asked this question :"What dif
ference docs it makes to a nigger
whether he sits down in the court
room, or up in the prisoner's dock?"
Mr. 11. replied. "It makes as much
difference to the nigger as it does to
you." Then Mr. !i. remarked to the
Court: "If your Honors please, the
prisoners had better be in the dock
than be permitted to skedaddle, and
[turning to Mr. R.] your clients have
skcdadled before upon your advice!"
Quick cs thought Mr. R. exclaimed,
'■ You lie!" at the same time thrust
ing his fist in the District Attorney's
face, and striking or rather pushing
him oil the mouth. Both men threw
themselves into attitudes for combat,
but the court interfered and stopped
them. The District Attorney called
upon the court to arrest Mr. R. and
bis clients The latter then said, "I
repeat it you tell an infamous lie, and
are deserving of punishmeut as I, in
attempting to tasten a crime on a
gentleman of the profession ?" The
District Attorney replied that if lie
were not an officer of the court he
would knock Reynolds down. Judge
"Long ordered that a rulel>e taken out
to show cause why both the parties
should not be punished for contempt
of court, returnable next Monday.
The greatest excitement prevailed
during this recounter, and it was some
time before the court could be again
Chief Engineer Leufltr was in town
on Tuesday looking after the railroad
At a recent spcciallmeeting of the board !
of directors ol the Theological seminary at
Gettysburg, Pa., the Rev. E. J. Wolf, pas
tor of the Lombard street Lutheran
church, Baltimore, Maryland, was elected
to the Graff Professorship of Homileties in
that institution. Mr. Wolf is a graduate of
Pennsylvania college and of the Gettys
Mr. Wolf is a native of Miles twp , this
county, and a brother of Win. Wolf, of -
Mr. Spcrrinc, one of the engineer
corp* siatiotitxi nt this place, sustained
a severe coram of HII ankle a few
days ago, by jumping over a fence.
The nccidt nt has caused him lo keep
in-door* for the present. *
Mr. Cyrus thirst, about a week ago, fell
from Uie loft of his barn, to the floor an J
hurt himself badly though not dangerous
ly. A treacherous board on the loft trip
ped him down.
You buy your ch<ptt end best coal of
Shortledge ,t Co., ner the depot, ltollc
fbnte. They never deceive nor impose
! lloffer tiros, ate laying in holiday goods
intended specially for extra bargains for
their old customer*, and invito new ones to
give them a trial. Farmers always go
there lor cheap goods.
Work has commenced on some four or
Ave now houses in this place, again ; alto
gether some twelve or fifteen are in contem
lvev. John l!aip*tcr, formerly of this
place, we are informed, intends starting
for India, in January, as a missionary
On last Monday afternoon we had a
fierce snow-storm, which lasted about half
an hour. On the day following, Tuosday,
the cold was very sever* and the storm
prevailed all day.
Cat. It. C. Kyer's baru, near Sclin.-grove,
was destroyed by tire Thursday of last
wcijj,. tkl bushels of wheat, I,ov* bushels
oorn, the entire year's osls crop, corn fod
der, Ac.,-were alsiK-onsumod.
Yoi \o Aiitxiu, a joy to our juvenile,
and ihe admiration ol parents, has complet
ed another year, lu its very useful career
wo have no doubt its old patrons will con
tinue, and n. w ones w ill flock to its steady
support, as it is one of the many of our ju
venile publications tlml fills all the require
menu we desire in such a book, while the
small price, $1 per year, or the liberal in
ducements for clubs, puts it within the reach
of all families. \\ .J as SINUS DavioaesT,
Publisher,tSW Broadway, N. Y.
ItKMoKKsr's Monthly M aoaxixi for
December, like a staunch friend, is again
•tourside, with its overflowing measure
oJ good thing* for Christmas, ana abundant
promise* ot even better for the future,
which wo promise wilt be welt fulfilled.
We advise those who have not decided on
a publication for the household for 1872, to
gel a number before selecting elsewhere,
and see the abundant return for It small in*
vestment, and the very liberal induce*
nu'nti u> clubs. $3, yearly' TublUed by
W. Jtsxixoa Dkmo'kkst, 838 Broadway,
For the Centre Reporter.
Not Very Deep.
Mr. Editor,—Dear Sir.—Permit me
through the column* of your paper, to
make a few remark* concerning "long noses'
and ".hallow minds." There areso many
persons in thi* world, that can not content
themselves to attend to their own business,
but they must look into, and inquire alter
other*. As a general thing, they criticise
without any inspection, and such business
as they know but very little about.
In nearly every community, a* soon as
school begins, it seems customary for some
old women (and men too) to commence
their trotting from one neighbor to another
with something to tell, or making inquire.'
A fur they have gathered considerable
infornu.tion, they spend an evening or so
in telling their husbands. Then their hus
bands will gather into tome" store or shop,
and spend an other evening in discussing
such tight and silly topics, 1 say shame
on such old "women," for there is no deep
thinking man that will indulge in tuek-
These are persons that scarcaly overtake up
a book or paper to read—never tarn their
heads toward* the heavens, to view, and
consider the works of Nature. They
spend but very little time in studying
human nature, trying to find out what
mind is perceptive of, and what improve
ment their senses will admit of. In fac*
they think on such subjects but very little
more than the lower order of animals.
Such person* I call very shallow minded,
they are like the little brooklet, they are
easily heard, and their riplcts easily mcas
Ckxtrk IIaIX. Dvc. 2nd ItJTl.—The sec
ond semi-monthly Institute of this town
ship was held at the above place, Saturday
After roll-call and devotional exercise*,
the minutes of the previous meeting were
tread and adopted.
The following mem bars were present!
J. L. Spangler" T. J. Frederick, Levi Gar
brick, Danial Mitterling, Ellis Hoaterinan,
W. V. Kunkle, J. C. Bible, S. T. Stephen
son, K. Burkholder, M. Shire*. T. McAl
roy, Mullie Bennington and Beckie Lau
Knowing the amount of work before the
Institute, each member prepared to take
his part. The President then announced,
"School Government," under which head
the following questions were put: Does
this Institutue approve the system of writ
ten excuses? Decided negatively. How
can you best secure good attendance in our
schools? Institute decide*, that by public
and personal appeal to both pupils and pa
rents. Show the pupil and parent that pro
gress require* regularity of attendance.
At this stago of the proceedings, it was
asked, what school Government includes?
It was decided that all matters touching
the good will, advantage or disadvantage,
of the school should be moant, notwith
standing the formal decision of Mr. Wick
ersham. Agreeably to this definition, Mr.
Garbrick asked for the best method of
teaching the Alphabet. Postponed till
next time, and then to be opened by Mr.
The next thins on tbc programme was the
drill on Mental Science. Mr. Spanglcr
put a sketch of the subject, "Origin of
Knowledge," on the bltck board a* fol
Are the elements of the mind's firet
knowledge innate or acquired ?
1. Theory of innate ideas. The human
mind is created with curtain elements of
knowledge inherent in it, as a part et it.
2. Theory of acquired, held by Aristotle
The human is created without any idea*.
It resembles a sheet of blank paper upon
which nothing it written, but upon which
ideas may be imprinted (Locke). ,
8. Intellect, External and Internal.
(a) Ex. Intellect consists of mentifl
statu arising from objects outside of u*.
(b) In. IntellectconsisU of mental states
arising within us.
(a) Out firet knowledge originates in
Proof: Our experience tells us that our
firet ideas are few, and simple arising from
2. Observation in children
8. Proof from Language.
Our words first had a literal moaning: as
taste. Imagine &c.
4. Person* who ure deprived of one sense
are destitute of such knowledge as that
that sense makes known.
(b) In. Intellect.
Mind, created without any innate idea,
but with powers to acquire. The order is
from the concrete to tho abstract; from
facts to laws.
Application—Teach children by pictures
—teach facts—not laws.
After various discussions and citations
from Winslow, and Prof. Upbam, (for no
one seined toclaim originality for his views)
the Institute adjourned to meet at Churcb
ville, December, ICth.
The Secretary it requested to politely
urge the delinquent teacher* to attend and
tuko part. Teachers, come out And give u g
your views on the uiwny disputed questions
of school government, citizens, parents all
are respectfully invited to attend.
> W. V. RItNKLK.
( From tAt Button Pott.)
I'** >* —Where Is Alexis *
I nr.Yc.rf. Whv did the Philadelphia
, League reject Stokcly T
I Au-'t/kfr.~ Who was ihe last man that
made the President a present ?
i Again. —I lave* thu recent murders and
) Once .Vr*.~lf Grant is re-elected, will
those who now urge his renomination be
the first on the list of his appointments T
robberies ;II Massachusetts been p*rplra
led by Ku-Klux ruffians or by children of
VKt IxiitWendell Philips voted for
Lincoln after denouncing him as a "slave
hound," U it any reason he thould not
vote fbl IJ rant after calling liitn a drunk
7"A* I erg /afrif,- If Colfax is objected
loonacconnt of his occasional nunc, how
can t; rant be acceptable who "smile*" as
long us ho can staud.
t././c.Jfcns,- If stealing $10,000,000 in
New York constitutes a public robber,
wliat should a carpet-bagger be called
who steals twice as much at Uie South T
■ % i ♦— ■ ■ 1 ■ ■—
The I'ope, .*nv* an authorised
statement, will not leave liotue utilco*
co m pel I iil to Jo so by physical force
and jHisoual violence.
An investigation iuto tho origin of
the Chicago tire is in progress. A |
wit net- said that fhc old part of the
Court house rvHif was tar-covered. ,
Foil v States aud territories have sent
$2,508,000 < ash for the relief of the
- * -♦ •
Covrrnor Campbell, of Wyoming Terri
tory, lin tisneil tho bdl repealing tomato
ludVago. i.mi thus lb* ballot ha# slipped
[hrotsgfc the fair fingers->f the ladles of this
notion of the \V est.
Corrected by John M' Do well.
While wheat 1,46.... Kid wheat 1,40....8 ye
TO Corn 7l tints to Barley 66
Cloverseed 6.60 Timothy seed, 360
Salt " Super sack,
Bacon UV- Ham Id Butter H0... Kggs
A) Plaster t> 60
Corrected by Keller6 Mutwr,
it hitu A'heat $ 1.-ttt. Red 136 ...Rye,,—
TVL Corn 5tX Oais .10 Barfey 66.
70 Cloverseed 6,80 Polatoea 36,
Lard per pound g. Pork per pound 00
Butter3o. Kgg'J6. Plaster perlon
sl6 Tallow 10 Bacon 10 Ham 20.
On Ist. inst.. in Totter twp., of tynhold
fever, at the residence of John llinebach.
Mis. Kllen Ann Wolf, aged 18 years, V
months, and 81 day*.
On 28th, in Potter twp., of inflamation of
the brain, Mr*. Margaret, wife of Win.
Kerr, aged about 50 years.
On 26th, in Potter twp., Mia* Molly
Brisbin, aged about 65 years.
On 25th. at Totter* Mill*, Mr*. Shirk,
widow of Dunial Shirk.
On Nov. 23rd, Mis*. Kmmie Harper, of
Aaronsburg. Ta. ouly daughter of Susan
Kussel, aged 10 year* 11 months 18 day*.
On 3rd, in*t. bv Rev. J. K Miller, Mr.
J a*. T. Freed and Mi** Susan Sprow, both
of Centre If all.
On 2Sih ult., in Tine Urovo, at the resi
dence of T. Lytic, by the Rev. M O. Ear
hart, Mr. Jamc I. Muascrand Miss M. K.
Lytic, both of Tine drove.
On 4th inst., at the residence of Jacob
Kepler, by the same, Mr. John It Cortle
you ofTitusville, Ta. and Mis* Mary A.
Kepler, of Tine drove.
On November \7, 1871, by Rev. J. 11.
Brown, nt the Lutheran Parsonage in Lew
isloun, Henry P. Lichty, Churchville. Cen
tre co , IV, and uiiss Eiiuira K. Lytlo of
AHenville, MilHin county.
On the 21 st ult., at the Centre Hall Luth
eran Tar-oiiage, by Rev. J. K. Miller, Mr.
Tnoniat S. llcen, of Logan Mills, Clinton
countv, to Miss. Lydia A. Jamison, of
Georges Valley, Centre co.
On the 23rd ult., at the same place, and
h-. the same, Mr. Amos Koch, of Centre
Hall, and Miss. Harriett C. Condo, ot
COMMISSIONERS SAI.K of unseated
lands. In pursuance of an act of As
sembly passed on the 2tKh day of March,
A. D.1H24. the Coxinissioner* of C'enlro
County will sell at public sale at the Court
House, in the borough of Bellefonte, on
Saturday the 271h day of January A. I>.
IbTi the following described tracts and
parts of tracts of unseated lands purchased
bv the County at Treasurers sale, and
which have remained unredeemed for
the -pace of five years and upwards:
wsiumn. acxks rxa. rwr
Robert Annsly ......31: W Curtin
A. Hamilton t<4 "
Ruth Elliott 290 U)
Samuel Hall 42 00
Joseph Roberts -.890 00
Valentine Meyer 415
Sarah 15>nhani 217 00 Howard
White & Nestlerodo CO 00
John Bradv —lO4 •"*>
Adam Kuhn.. .03 00 Huston
Adam Kubns..... „..—7O 00
CdtSKuhns—. 254 00
Richard Wain 415 OOSn w Sh'
J D Pvlo .. M OOH'lfm'on
John Wing ..„421 63 "
Jlt DGrmv 250 00 Worth
Wm Baird 433 ICS Union
Benjamin Baird 433 163
Samuel l'hipp* 100 00
John I)inwoody „.ICD 00
Jane Blake - -..100 00 "
Polly Williams 434 0i Taylor
I) Beck 90 00
Jchn Beck 100 00
Jacob Beck HO U)
WI" Brady 110 00 Milo*
Kobt Orav 4UI 00
ilannah Brady —...,410 00
James Hepburn ....440 00
Charles Lucas 434 00 Rush
J nines Laurimore 21 00 Gregg
John M'Conning 313 173 Spring
John Johnston 410 10
.John Wilson 4'.1 00
JOSEPH M CLOSKEY.
SA M L. F. FOSTER,
J. G. SANKKY,
(km mit' i Centre Co.
WM. FUREY, Clerk
On Higb Prices.
11. K. NMITII,
N E W GOODS!
We would most respectfully Inft-om his
friends, customers, and the public gener
ally, that he has taken possession of
Thompson's old quarter*, which have boon
remodeled and improved, and is now pre
pared to accommodate all who may favor
him by calling.
lie has just received one of the targost
stocks of ail kinds of Merchandise ever
brought to Centre county. which he intends
to sell at scuh figures as will make it an ob
ject lor all persons to pure Base. Families
laying in wintor supplies of Groceries,
Dry Goods, dtc., should not fail to give
him a call, a* he feels confident his price*
and superior quality of goods will amply
satisfy all. His stock of
consists of Coffees of the best quality, Teas,
Sugars of all kinds, Molasses,; Fish, Salt,
Cheese, Dried Fruit, Spices, Provisions,
Flour and Feed, &e., dec. Our stock o!
is large and varied, and we will just say
can supply any article in that line, with
a large stock of ready-made Clothing for
Men and Boys' wear, which we will dispose
of at a very small advance on cost.
Boots ana Shoes, Hats and Caps, Harn
wnre, (Jueensware, Wood and Willow
Ware, Notions, Fancy Goods, Carpets, Oil
'cloths, Wall Papers, Window Shades, &c.,
CENTRIC IIA 1.1.
Van Pelt &, Co.
The undersigned, having leased the
above establishment. announce i the pub
lic that the isniK will be carried on in all
it* various branches, a* a
FOUNDRY, MA i It IN K SHOP,
ami Ma it u factory of Agricultural
They are prepared to fill, upon shortest no
tice, ml orders for
PLOW 6 and Plow Castings
of every dt-.crltHion, nil kinJ. of Castings
made and fitted up f>r
Mills, F oij.;,!-, Furnaces,
Also, every thing in the liuuol
. II AN OK KS,
in Iron or Hruxa.
We employ the bet Patternmakers.
Our Patterns are new and of the latest
Also manufacture the unrivalled
ROUGH & READY
V u r n I* I ante r,
which is the beat now made.
Ail orders by mail promptly attcu
ded to ldw7l if
Kemp's New Wagon,
with a splendid assortment of good* will
At lour Dour*,
loaded with a great variety of Good*, tuch
at Plain and rancy Cnuiuirm of the la
Fall and Winter Styles,
Bcaver Cloth, Tricot, Doeakin, Satinet*,
Tweeds, Jean*, waterproof i'laid*,
and an almott endiu** vari
Flann ol s.
Fiue, .Medium and Coarse. Stocking
Yarns of all kinds, Blankets, white
gray, aud horse Blanket*.
Striped Carriage Blankets.
The moat beautiful striped carriage blan
kets, made in tbe uuut mpcrior order, ami
for talc at a reasonable figure.
heavy Damask, Flowered, Ingrain and
Striped, l'arlor and Stair Ctrprti, all su
perior, bright fal colors,
WOOL, LAUD, andSOAPtaken in ex
change for Goods. Goods, of every varie
ty, always on hand at his residence.
John C. Kctnp,
Centre Hill, Pa.
novAtt. Agent for Halfpenny's
PROSPECTUS FOR 1872.
A Representative ami Champion a/ Ameri
An fUuttraTfj iJ n'.hly Jvurnn! claimed to
be the hand- net! I'ajrr in the II or Id.
"Ghe my Jove to tin artist workmen of
TIIK ANK who are iimtnif to make
llwir ptafroioD worthy of admiration f. r
beauty, •< it has ninays been for useful-!
nets — Henry Hard lieechtr.
TIIK ALD3NE, while issued with allj
the regularity, h none of the temporary
or timely interest characU-rUlie of ordin
ary periodicals. It i an elegant miscel
lany of pure, light, and graceful literature,
and a collection of pictures, the rarest spec
imens of artistic skill, in black and while.
Although each succeeding number afldras
a fresh pleasure to its friends, the real val
ue and beauty ot TIIK AI.DINK will be
must appreciated alter it lias been bound
up at the close of the year. While other
publications may claim superior cheapness
as compared with rivals of a similar class,
TIIK ALDiNEi* a unique and original
oonception—alone and unapproached—ab
solutely without competition in price or;
character. The possessor <>f the volume;
jnst completed cannot duplicate the quan
tity of cue paper and engraving in any;
other shape or number of volumes for ten!
limes its ccst.
NEW FEATURES FOR 1872.
The enthusiastic support *o readily ac-j
corded to Uieir enterprise, wherever it has,
been introduced, has convinced tho pub
lisher of TH E A LDINK of the soundness •
of their theory that the American public
would recognise and heartily support anyl
sincere effort to elevate the tone and stand-!
ard of illustrated publications.
As a guarantee of the excellence of this J
department, the publishers would beg to|
announce during the coming year, speci-j
mens from tho following eminent Ameri
W. T. Richards, Granville Perkins,
Jame* Smiley, Win. Hart, F O. C. Dar
ley. It. K. Piguet, Win. Beard, Victor
Nehlig, Frank Beard. George Smiley.
Win. ft. Wilcox, Paul Dixon, Aug. Will,
James 11. Heard, J. Hows.
These picture* arc being reproduced
without regard to expenso by the very best
engraver* HI the country, and will bear the
severest critical corn pension with foreign
work, it being tho determination of the
publishers that THE ALDINE shall be a
successful vindication of American taste in
compction with any existing publication in
Whore so much attention D paid to ll
lu-lration ami get Bp oftho work, too much
dcpendcnco on appearance* may very nat
urally be feared. To anticipate such mis
givings, It is only necessary to state, that.
Ui< editorial management of THE AL
DINE has l en intrusted to Ala. lUCIi-
AKD HENRY STODDARD, who has re
ceived assurances of assistance from a host
of the most popular writers and poets of the
The Volume of 1872
will contain nearly 300 pages, and about
2iU lino engravings. Commencing with
tho number lor January, ovory third num
ber will contain a beautiful tinted picture
on plate paper, inserted as a frontispiece.
The Christmas number for 1872, will be a
splendid volume in Itself, containing fifty
engravings, (four in tint) and, although
retailed at $1 will be sent wi.hout extra
charge to all yearly subscribers.
A Chronio to every Subscriber
was a very popular feature last year, and
will be repeated with the present volume.
Tho publishers have purchased Aid repro
duced, at great expense, the beautiful oil
pnintuig by SKI*, entitled "DAXIE NA
TURE'* SCHOOL.' 'ilie chronio is 11x10
inches, and is an exact lac-simile, in size
and appearance, of the original picture.
No American cliroino, which will at all
compare with it, has yet been offered ul re
tail for less than the price asked for THE
ALDINE and it together. It w ill be de
livered free, with the January number, to
every subscriber who pay* for one year in
Terms for 1872.
One Copy one year, vitli[Oil Chroma $.">,00.
Fitc Copies, " " " '* 20,00
Any porun sending 10 name* and $lO
will receive nil extra copy gratis, making
11 conic* for tho money.
Any person wishing to work for a pre
mium, CHII have our premium circular
on aoplication. We give many beautiful!
and dcsirble articles offered by no other
Any person wishing to act, permanently,
us our agent, will apply, with reference,
enclosing $1 for outfit.
„ JAM ES SUTTON & CO., Publishers,
23 Liberty Street, New York.
WM. J. M'Mauigal
Foreign & Ifomeatic
Mir IN HIS NEW BUILDING
fitr* pccial Inducements-^^
tarTu Carriage Maker* A*
Carriage Oil Cloth
and Nail Hod*,
Blister & Cast Steel,
Horse Nails, and Steel
ami a very large assortment
of Carriage BolU.
To Housekeepers for
From lOctn to 91 per bolt,
Coal Hods and Shovels,
Tea Ketllos, Pans,
and Skillets, Lard
Cans, WatHs Irons,
Toasters, Huteller Knives,
llread Knives, all kinks of
LAMPS of every de
est. special Inducements^^
for Saws, Planes,
Bruce* and Ilitts, &c.
nud every body else, for
whatever they want in my
line. I keep n general as
WOOD A WILLOW WART
such as Buckets,
Tubs, half Bushels,
& '1 raveling bug*,
Fenders and Shaft*.
Please give nie a call, or *
send for prices. You will
find a general assortment of
every thing pcrtniuing to
S!S%.I would ask Painters
3)uto give iny Varnishes a
Mrtrial. I have just re
flay cei veil from New York
nxR." large Stock of Varni-
OaJf-.ihcs, such as
FURNITURE, COACH, WHITR
DUMA It, WUAUtjrO no-
I) Y, OABKIAUR BO
DY, DKAIN RUBBING, ASH
J. T. LEWIS Si into.
always on hand.
Ordors Respectfully solicited
Wm. J. McMaaigsL
At Andy Umnuuau a, Caulrv Hall, arc
latest and best stoves out, bo ha* Just
received a large lot of
(Jook Hlovaa, the Pioneer Cook,
the Kclipee Cook,
the Heiianoe Cook.
PA K 1.011.S -The It mi it. t I.ighL self fee
dor, Uai (turner. National Jtfg,
Xfiulle sells stovo* a* LOW u anywhere
in Mi tit in or Centre eo. oHf
TIN AND SHEETIRON WARE
Tbe undersigned hereby inform* the
cilixeii* of Penuavalley that he ha* pur
cha*od the Tinshop heretofore rarried on
by tha V. U Mfg Co., and wilt continue
the tante, at the old *land, in all it*branch
e, in the manufacture of
MTOYE PIFt A ftI*OLTIAO.
All kind* of repairing dona.* Ha ba*
always on hand
Fruit Cana, of all Siiaa,
DISH KM, AC.
All work warranted and charge* reason
able. A share of the public patronage as
licited. AND. HKKHMAN,
2*ep7oy Centre Hall
jLi Office oflhe Lrssbuir Centre
and Spruce Creek K. H. Co.
Philadelphia June 13th, '7l.
Notice is hereby given tbal the first In
stalment of five dollar* per share, to the
t-apilal stock of the Lewuburg, Centre and
Spruce Creek Kail K<>ad Co., subscribed
in the township* of Harris, Potter, lregg.
Penn and Haines. Centre county, will be
payable on the first day of July 1871, and
subsequent instalments of five dollarsiser
share, will be due aud payable on the first
dey ot eaah succeeding mouth uulil tbe
whole i* paid. Payment* of the above in
stalment* are hereby required to be made
to the treasurer of the Company, at the
office of tbe Centre County Banking Com
pany llollefonte Pa. *
N. B. Any person desiring can pay the
whole off at once. If payment* are not
punctually made the law allow* one per
cunt, pel month U> be charged in addition.
Coach Mannfao tory.
•4 hi* ttublUhuirnt at Centra Ball, Pa.
keep* on hand, and for Mia, at lb* moat
reasonable rata* ■ Usgo stock of
A Spring Wagons,
Pun and FA*CT,
and vehicle* of every description made to
order, and Warranted, to be made of the
beat seasoned material, and by the moat
• killed and competent workma*. Per*ona
wanting anything in hi* linear* requested
to call and examine bit work, they will lad
it not to be excelled for durability and
J. A J. HARRIS.
SO. 6. BROCKKKUOPP BOW
A new and complete Hardware Store ha>
been opened by the undersigoed in Brock
erboiTs new building—where they are pre-
Sared to sell all kinds of Building ami 11 out <
'ornithine Hardware, Iron, Steel, Nails.
Buggy wheels in setts. Champion Clothe*
Wringer, Mill Saws. Circular and Han*
Saws, Tennon Saws, Webb Saws, Ice Croats
Preo/.ert, Bath Tubs, Clothes Racks, a All.
assortment of Glass and Mirror Plate of all
•ixot, Picture Frames, Wheelbarrows
Lamps, Coal Oil Lamps, Belting, Spokes
Felloes, and Hubs, Plows, Cultivators, Cort
Plows. Plow Points, Shear Mold Boards
and Cultivator Teeth, Table Cutlery, Shov
els, Spade* and Forks, Locks, Hinges,
Screws, Sash Springs, Horse-Shoes, Nails,
Norway Rods. Oils. Lard, Lubricating,
Coal. Linseed, Tanners-Anvile, Vlcea Bel
lows. Screw Plates. Blacksmiths Tools,
Factory Bells, House Bells. Dinner Bells,
Gong Bells. Tea Bells, Grindstones, Carpen
ter Tools, Fruit Jar* and Can*. Paints, Oils,
Varnishes received and for sale at
junoo&My- J. AJ. UA KRIS.
SPELLER A JARRETT
DRUGS, MEDICINES. CHEMICALS
STANDARD FATENT MEDICINES.
A very large as
sortment of TOI
Soap*, Ac., Ac.,
The finest qual
ity of Ktioi
WALL PAPEE tx
PRESCRIPTIONS, compounded by eomj
potent druggists at allhour*. day or Bight.
Night customers pu I night bell.
ZELLKR A JARRETT,
Bishop St., Bellefonte Pa.
The undenigned would respectfully in
form the citiaens of Centre county, that
the above Tan Yard will again be put in
full operation, 4n all it* branches, by tham.
HIDES AND BARK WANTED.
The highest market price will be paid
for Hide* of all kinds. The highest mar
ket price will also be paid for Tanner's
Bark. The public patronage ie solicited
doS.Dtf MILLKR A BADQER.
g ROCKERHO FF HOUSE,
Allegneaey Street, Bellefonta, Pa.
D. JOHNSON A SONS, Proprietors.
A riItnTCLAM HOTRL.. OOMVORTABI.R ROOMS
ALL THR MODERN OONVENIKN
CHS—AN D REASONABLE Charges.
The proprietors offer to the traveling
public, ana to their country friends, first
class accommodations and careful atten
tion to the wants of guests at all times, at
fair rates. Carefulhostler* and good stable
ling for horse*. An eicellont table well
served. A Bar supplied with fine liquors.
ServanU well trained and everything re
quisite in n first cins* Hotel. Our location
is in the business part of the towu, near the
Post Olflco, tho Court House, the Chur
ches, the Banks, and the p incipal place*
.•f business, render* it the most eligible
place for those who visit Bellefoete on busi
Aii Oiuuibus will carry passengers
and baggage to and front all train*
free of charge.
Young and Devling*
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
The largest and best it-.n tinoiit oil
iu the county, give m a trial mid save
from 15 to 20 per cent, on your pur
Graham & Son,
Neat iloor to \V ttgaoer A. toon's 8 tor*
We manufacture to order.
Our work i* neat and durable.
Our price* are vqry moderate.
We warrant to give satisfaction.
We have tbe LA ROES T end BEST
stock of Ladie'* and Children's shoes in
Wear* receiving good* every wok.
We wiah an examination of our goods.
Tha Penntvalley trade u especially in
vited to call and see our stock, we think
we can please all who call a to style*,
quality, and price*. We study b> render
satisfaction, and although we bare had an
extended tredo for years, we have never
given a customer cause to complain.
AIJACM, aarkoLD'e .NEW makmlv
• raoxT, Bistioi- tL, lielKfonte.
WINES AND LI 4 1 V O ItS
The subscriber respectfully call* the at
tention of the public to hi* establLhm nt,
where he is orepaiod to ftirniih all Vindtot
Foreign and Domestic Liquors" wholesale
at the lowest cash price*, wnich are orran
tod to be the beet qualifies according to
their respective ffkot 111* *tck consist*
of ltye, Monougahcla. !ri-h and other
Whiskies, all kinds of Braadi<-, Il -Uand
Gin, Port, Madcria. Cherry, Bisrkberry
and other Winea—the be*t articles—at a*
reasonable rat* - as ran b had in the city, I
Champagne, Cherry. Blackberry, Gingerj
and Carraway Brandies, Pure Jamaica and
New England Kum, Cordial of all kinds,
lie would particularly Invite Farmers, Ho
tel keeper* and other* to call and examine
his large supply, to judge for themselves
and be certain of procuring what ihev buy,
which can seldom be done when purchasi
ng in the city.
I*W- Physicians are respectfully requested
o give his liquors a trial. aplO
Wall Paper, cheap
from 12 to 20 cent* per tol Us ILrlnht-r
BUFFALO SO A LKS. of the v,.,t make
from 4 lbs up to IJii.Ui l !•.
ap!0"68 lnwts A WILSON.
DRY BOARDS, Plank and Scantling
for sale by IUVIN a WILAOX.
C" ROSS-CUT AND MILL SAWS, be
make at law IK a WIUKIM.
The undersigned would respectfully call
the attention ofthecilixen* oft entre county,
and Pennvalley in particular, to tlio fact
that he la manufacturing
made at borne or elsewhere. Ho use* none
but the b< at material, IIEWAKIIKNT* TUKM
to give satisfaction, as being the most last
lag and durable, nurcßion TO THE OLD
wooden pump. Wing arranged to let the
water oft and prevent I reciting in winter.
Fine, poplar or cucumber pumps always
on hand. Hi* matirial for pumps is all
sawed from large timber, and are thus
Secured againstChcckingor Cracking.
All orders by mail promptly filled.
PIPING, made of the beat material, of
five inch scantling, joined together w.th
coupling blocks, thoroughly handed, and
wai ranted to stand any pressure required
for ordinary use. Prices of pir ing range
from 12 to id cents per foot Semi order* to
sept. 80. ly J. TELLER.
AIR-TIGHT AND IN DESTRUCTIBLE
Protecting and Preserving the Dead.
The undersigned take* pleasure in an
nouncing that lie has secured the solo agen
cy in thi* county for
ME TALLICA XD OLA SS
lltirlnl t'nmvm and ( iiakrla,
which arc o widely known a* to require no
(iiecial commendation. The METALLIC
BURIAL CASK, with it- present im
proved style and llnit>b, it* entire harmony
with tho reeling* of the bereaved, it* per
fected adjustment* and appointment* in
whatever relate* to the preservation and
protection of the body after death, confirm
it* utility and entire adaptne** to the pur
pose* for which it i* designed.
COFFINS of all detenntion* furnihed
at the *borle*t notice; and all order* filled
promptly night or <ln,v. The Deed laid out
with care, and fuuoral* and escort* super
intended in perton. HENRY HARRIS
nov4t Bcllefonto, I'a.
ILLER'B HOTEL, Woodward, Pa-
Stage* arrive and depart daily,
favorite hotel i* now in every respect
one of tins most pleasant country hotel* in
central Pennylvnuin. Tho traveling com
munity will alway* find tho best accommo
dation. Drover* can at all time* be accom
modated with stable* and pasture for any
number of cattle or horse*.
Julysl'6Btf GEO. MILLKR.
SPINDLE SKEINS for wagons, all si
ses, at the sign of tho Anvil.
aplO'6B. IEWIN A WILKOX.
LAMPSOF EVERY' VARIETY and
i a p 10'. 08 IRWIN & WILSON'S.
CLOTHING —Overcoat-, Pants, Vests
[and Dress Coats, cheap, at Wolfs.
A CARD -W have ed oppmit
iotoe Itiili Hour* end are telling out o
stock loft from the lire *t bargain*. W
ere sytUing up >ur book* end account* am
vrill k mucli obliged to one end all to eel
nndstUle their account*. We would tej
to out numerou* friend* and customer*, t
please accept our sine re thanks for thi
generous patronage they have always be
| towed on us.
ifURNHIDK & TIIOM Art.
Attraction and Ureal Bargains!
'| *ll Is. undersigned, deternilndUimeetttei
I X popular demand for Lower Prices, re
.pectfully call* the attention of the publh
to hie tock of
now offered at the old eland. Designed ea
I pednlt * for the people and the tim*., the lar
goat and moat varied end complete assort
Saddle*, Harneat, Collar*, II rid lee,
!of every description and quality; Whip.
;and in fact everything complete to a fret
I class e.tahli.hinent, ho now offer* at price,
which will uit the time*. 1
!|A better variety.. better quality or fine,
-lyle of Maddlery ha. nev.-r before been of
t acred to the public Call and examine oui
itock and be eatlefled before purnhaeiagi
Determined to please my patrons aat
thankful I for thir Üboral ibar* of iNUroßtfi
i heretofore enjoyed. I r*pectful!y acdtcfTi
: continuance of the aaiue,
J ACOB I>|NUm, Centre Hell
| It WIN * WILSON are ooneuaUy re
cutting new good* in their line.
HARD W ARE
' fovery 4<i*<-ri|tion atradu.ee prion*—now
>eaftg opened ek cry <i ay epltff.
WJ. it. KTTKLEB "
lIIOLKMALH WINK * LIOUOM
iii.hop at reet. Bellefoate, In the rttoue buil
ding loriaerly occupied by the Key
Takes pleasure in informing die public that
toe keep* constantly on hand a tuppiy
choice Foreign and Domestic Liquor*.
All ttarreU, Kcgt and (sib warranted
to rmntain tk* quantity repreacntad.
The attention of practicing physician* ia
called to hi* stock of
suitable for medical purposes. Buttle*,
jug*, and deuidohns constantly on hand,
lie ha. the ONLY PUKE NKCTAK
WHISKY in town.
All liquor* are warranted to give satis
faction. Liquor* will he mid by the quart,
barrel, or ti*rvo. lie has a large lot at
Of the finest grades on band.
Confident that he can piea.e customers
he respectfully solicit* a .bare of publk |>*l
oouage my lit?
11A RDM AN PHILLIPS,
AT Hlrtmanufacturingcublishmeat at
Yeagertown, en the Lewietowß
land Be Uefonut Turnpike, ha* now on hand
ft fine stuck of Carriages. Buggiee, Snlkie*
lnd Soring Wagons, which be now offer*
I > >r safe a. .'jpertor in quality and styles tc
asv manufactured in the country. The,
ure made of the very het ca*on-J stock by
fir.t clas practical workmen, end finiaked
i n a style that challenges comparison with
any work out of or In the Eastern cities
and can be sold at lower price* than those
manufactured in large town* and cities,
amidst high rent* end ruinous price* of liv
ing. Being maator of hi* own situation,
anxious to excel in his artiatical profession
j *nd free from any annoyance* in hi* busi-
I lies*, he ha* time and abilitr to devote hi.
•-ntirc attention to bis profession and hi.
! customer*, rendering satisfaction alike u
all patron*, operative*, hi* country, aa
Call and examine hi* stock and learn his
price*, end you cannot fail to be .attsfied,
ofali kind* done neatly, promptly, tad
Yeagertown, June IJ. IMB —ly.
Double and mingle barbk
fowling pieces at
apltrca. IRWIN A WILSON.
CtBNTRE HALL HOTEL.
/ Joux rtraxoLKß, Proprietor.
Stage* arrive and depart daily, for all
points, north, south, east and west.
This favorite Hotel has been refitted and
furnished hy it* new proprietor, and ia now
in every respect one of the most pleasant
country Hotels in central Pennsylvania.
The tmrolltng community and drover* will
always find the lies: accommodation*. Per
son. from the city wishing to *nnd a few
weeks during the summer in tne country,
will find Centre Hall one of the most beau
tiful locations and the Centre Ilall Hotel
all they could desire for comfort and con
Young Men f
WORKING MEN I
YOUNG WOMEN ! ! 1
-Voir it the feme to lay the foundation
of \our frtume.
Jrcirn the art of I>ooi-keeping, at
taught by Prof Ihty, Principal of
Dot'yt Commercial College. In every
city of ike United Statea tkere w a row
ttaHt demand for Book terpen, both
male and female,
By Ihrof. Doty t method the whole art
of Book keeping it taught in one abort
easy /awn, to that any perron of ordi
nary intelligence can learn it in let*
than one wrek't study. This valuable
instruction will be tent FREE to any
addrcti upon receipt of
C Copies to one address $5,00.
Add rem EUGENE DOTY
nov24.Sm Itsllston Spa, N. Y.
TN:w>LCTtox —Notice i* hereby given
JLF that the partnership of the firm of
Prank A Uainc. heretofore existing at R
hcrtburg, was dissolved on the 90th day ot
October, last. AH jx-rsons knowing them
selves indebted to said firm are requested
to come and tuakc settlement
N -tic* i hereby given that the mer
jcanlile business is continued et the old
otar.das heretofore under the firm of A
Frank * Son. ThankfVil for past natron
ngc, they invite their old friends anacusto
mer* for a continuance of the same.
8. FKAKX A SOX,
17nov.lt. Rcbersburg, Pa.
j Hair Restorative
Contain* no LAC SULPHUR —No
SUGAR OF LEAD-No LITH
ARGE—No NITRATE OF SILr
VEU, and is entirely free from the
Poieououa and Health-destroying
Drugs used in other Hair Prepara
Trnnsparent and clear as crystal, it will
not soil the finest fabric,—perfectly SAFE
CLEAN ami EFFlClENT,—desidera
tum* LBN© FOUGHT FOR AND
FOUND AT LAST!
It restores and prevent* the Hair from
beixmiing Oray, impart* a *oft, glossy ap
pcurance, removes Dandruff, is refreshing
to the head, chock* the Hair from falling
off, and restore* it to a great extent when
prematurely lost, prevents Headaches,
cure* all humors, cutaneous eruptions,
and unnatural heat. AS A DKKriSING
FOR THE HAIR IT IS TUE BEST AR
TICLE IN THE MARKET.
1)1L G. SMITH, Patentee, Ayer. Mass.
Prepared only by PROCTER BROTH
ERS, Gloucester, Mas*. The genuine is
put up in a patud bottle, made expressly
for it, with the name of the at tide blown
in the glass. Ask your Druggist for Ns-
TtruE'e HAIR RcaTORAtiVB, and take uo
|N~Send two three cent stamps to Proc
ter Brother* for a "Treatise on the Human
Hair." The information it contain* is
worth SoOU,OO to any person. lsep.ly
For sale at Centre Hall by Wm. Wolf
and Herlacher & Crotuniller.
If U ® it J T U 11
AT REDUCED PRICES I
ALLKINDSO. FCSMITURKATTn K
On Allegheny Burnt, Belief. nte, Temt'i.
T ADOPT thi* method of informing ..j
JL friend* that I. have purchased the entire
fiIHM of Henry P. Harrw in the eh- *e
named establishment Mr. liarri> ha *'.■
retired from the fim,
WiU Continue the Business
of Manufacturing all hind* of Furoitun at
hi* old stand on Howard BL He also
make* a specialty of H
la all its branches. The beet of C®iw, a
(food Hoarse at all time* on hand. B* cry
funeral will be attended to by him in prv
*o. Ilk many year* of experience will
recommend him as one of the
OLDEST AMDBKrtT UNDKKTAkLL*
in the itala. All order*
Order* ibr Coffin* can he left at my Rare • i
Allegheny Street. ,
aleeay* for Tewnf Meu. on fiXZATMCUL
rviu and A£ l' lis wMeh Utarter. with
■anrtag*. and rain tha happiness of th>n*-
and*. - with sure means of relief for It *
Krring end (1 a fortunete, diseased and de
bilitated Bent in seeled teller envelop' ..
Owe of charge.
Address. HOWARD ASSOCIATION,
No. 'irtouth Ninth He, Philadelphia. Pa
■fkOAJLTtS far Bnggiee ami Carving 1 *•'r
JD*uee in nee; Fire Bolts, ditto, at
puree lawtx * Wtuo*
CKNTKAL HOTEL, Cower of Tl.~
and Chestnut Street. Mi Mia burg. Pa
John Kbon ere, Proprietor,
lu Central Location makes it particular!y
dcsirable t penes* visiting Tewn ott
imHttwt of ftlftm FTi..
H. A. Taylor* Livery Attached.
pTAny person tending ns right sub
scriber* with the cask. !, will receive
the Reporter 1 year free; and for four
names aad fin. the Beperter S moelhe fr.
ThOCKET CUTLERY—niI ntehe* r
Jr or,ces at IK WIN A WILBO*
LOOKINO-O LABS PLATES efalisia
for sale hy inwt* * WuaON.
YAPANMED TOlLETrtlrre. A' &
if other Japanned wai< at the Anvil Store,
spier G* Inwt* e Wuse*.
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