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THE CENTRE REPORTER
THURSDAY FKB. i. 13T*.
LOCAL *SW—Our friend*, every
where. will oblige u* by sending u* local
news of interest. ... > ~ „
CXBCOLATIOH. The circuletton of the
lUroRTKR, on this *ide the county,
larger than that of all other mpaw in the
county. Business men will therefore tind
this one of the best advertising mediums.
We invito all interested to come and in
spect our list for themselves.
REKITTAHCM.—AII monies for sub
scription will he credited on the subscri
ber's address. each week by referring to
which our patrons can at all times see how
their accounts stand, and a receipt is by
this system carried upon each copy of the
Sale of real estate of Mrs. Rankin,
dee'd, Potter twp., Feb., 22.
—Sale of George tsarbriek, Linden 11*11,
Tuesday March 4th.
—'Wm. H. llartcr's sale of farming
stock, near Aaronsburg, March 4th.
H. Kmrick's sale, near Centre Hall.
March Bth. •
Sale of Geo. Zeigler, Bonner twp,. farm
stock, March 11th.
-Sale of L. J. Noll, Gregg twp., March,
Win. Armagasl's sale, near Church
villa, March 14th.
-Sale of Peter Klinefelter, dee'd. near
Madtsonburg, 14th March.
—Sale of Philip Kemp, east of Old Fort
—Sam'l Mats'* sale, Woodward, sth of
-John M. Miller * sale. Mile* twp., 6th
—\Ve had several inches of snow —
sleet rather—on Sunday morning.
—One day last week some 14 sleds
srossed the Seven mountains, loaded
with hardware for Mr. M'Manigal's
now store at Millheim.
—The railroad from Tyrone to
Peon'a Furnace, will be ready for the
rails by Ist of April,
—ln last week's Reporter we men
tioned an improvement made upon
reapers, driving the knife by a cog
cam wheel, an invention of D. F. Luse.
Mr. Luse has since shown us a model
of another important improvement, by
which the reel upon the reaper is dis
pensed with, and a rake, of only one
fourth the weight made to perform tha
same office. This invention of Mr.
Luse, we have no doubt, will entirely
supercede the reel, it takes off consid
erable weight and jar, and will rake
in the grain much better than the
—J. A. Lukens, of Philipsburg,
who was found guilty of murder in
the second degree at Bellefonte, last
August, for the killing of Richard
Atherton, was granted a new trial
last week. ,
—The store room owned by Messrs.
Swires Holter, of Howard borough
was, we learn, totally destroyed by
fire on Friday morniug, Jan. 24th.
The room was occupied by the Messrs.
McCloekv Bro's. dealers in general
merchandise—their loss after deduct
ing insurance will be about slooo. —
—A valuable horse belonging to J.
I). Shugert, slipped on the ice one
day last week, breaking a hind leg, in
Oonsewueuce of which the animal had
to be shot. That was dear sleighing
for our friend Lop.
—Col. W. W. Brown announces in
his Republican that he has joined the
church and the temperance society.
Amen. May he stick.
—The concert at Aaronsburg, on
Lot Friday evening, was a success—
the music fine and audience large.
—Read advertisement of Wm. J.
M'Manigal's new hardware store at
Millheim. Goods will be sold as
cheap as at Miiroy, and the public
will find Mr, M'Manigal a gentleman
all through, and deserving their confi*
Question Will the Susquehanna
"move" this spring ? The people along
there are looking for a big "flitting "
—Boalsburg was canvassed the olh
day, and found three majority for lo
—.ftev. Miller has a protracted
nieetfng going on at the Union church,
which commenced Saturday Btb.
The meeting seems to have proven a
successful one, as a large number ol
conversions have resulted.
—Wm. and Henry B Mussina, of
Mt. Carmel, Pa, sons of H. B. Mus
sina, dee'd, of Aaronsburg, have pur
chased the store and grist mill of Mr.
f.udy, at Cowan, pqiou county, and
will take possession, April Ist. The
young Mussinas are evidently pros
pering, and heartily glad are we to see
it, as we know their old neighbors at
AaroDsburg feel the same way.
—Monday and Tuesday pleasant
weather. Wednesday rain.
In Reading, on 13th, local option
was defeated by about 900 majority.
Cameron county has given 231
majority against and Elk coanty 500
in favor of license.
From tne Philiplbtfrg Journal we copy: I
—Mr Edward Perk* has purchased a
large trvH of timberland in Bald Eagle
Vnlley, this county, worth SIOO,OOO, and
will erect a large mill upon it in the sum
—J. Lawrence Bathurst, of Curtin, this
county, lest bis gad popsekold ef
fects by tiff. because he had no insur
ance he is now obliged to ask public char
ALLEGHENY CONFERENCE U. B
The following arc the allotments of la
bor by the United Brethren Conference,
held at Mt. Pleasant; Pa., week before
G Wagner Presiding Elder
Greensburg J fjedsger
Johnstown, M P Doyle
Westmoreland -D Sheerer
Ligonier, -J F Tallhelm
Casselman J Toby
Cambria ® S^? >DW * RD
Washington W K Shimp
( $1 Spangler
Madison... ~C Worthman
Upper Susquehanna ~.W H Mattern
Mahoning, -U Conley
Brookrille, —B Armor
W A Jackson Presiding Elder
A-ltoona J lker „
Tyrone. ...G Chappell
Huntingdon D S Mesainger
Clearfield, A H SpangTer
iHtcrbein, -J ® Miller
I J M Smith
Bellefonte I L W Buhl
hcotUTtlle, 14,*W R
Hollidaysburg R C Molton
New Paris, J ® B®AJ
Fallentimber, J A Cjemm
Liverpool, A E Fulton
WE-t Branch -To be supplied. |
The shipmeut of lumber from Lock
Haven for the week ending Feb.
Bth reached 199,000 feet, an increase
of 55,000 feet'over the bueineee of the
On 13th inst , at the residence of John
C. Brickor, >n Hum- tap., by Kev. M. ti.
Kathart, Mr. ]t B. Kminor of Bollefonll
to Mist Kntnia Bricker.
On the 11th inst., nt the residence oftho
bride's parents, by liei . W. L. Ilelaltr,
Andrew .1. Ilarter, i II irtleton. (former!*
of Aaronsburgi nnd Mi* Mary 11. Huh',
of Lewi* township.
On(lth i*i*u. MY W. 11 Goss to Mies
Susan Keiohline, In h of Hock Springs,
On ISth inst . at the Centre Hull Luther
*n parsonage, by H v. .1. Keller Miller,
Mr. \Y iliient K \\ •*. r to Miss Mary
Jane Gottig, both .> Spring twp,, Centre
On 18th ir>t , nt (' litre Hull, by Rev. 8,
1). Bennington, Mr. S l. Spanglor to Mia*
Ar.nie K. Ynnxandt, both of l.ewistowa,
M i til m count v.
PUBLIC SALE. Will be *,. ld at pub
lic Sate, at the residence of the eub
•criher, about 3 mih - o*-t ot Old Fart, on
25 of March at 10 o\ lock, Horses, Cow#,
Young cattle and CM ive*. 26 South Down
Shren, Shoats, Buck y<• Reaper and Mow
er, Threshing Machine with Shaker and
Strap, Cornshaller, Cornplantar, Com
scraper, Corn plow, new Plantation NYag
en with bi-ei, 1 3-hor- Plow, Snring wag
on. Buggy. Plows, Harrows, t ultivatora,
llavrake, Havfork wuh Ib.pe and Pulltva,
forks, rakes double tn es. single trees, tilth
chains, log chains, a hee-lbarrow, Koliiag
•creen, 1 ten plate *t v e Horse gear*. Sin
gle Harness, double Harness, and Tug
ftb'JO PHILIP KKMP.
PUBLIC SALK Will be sold at the
residence ot th, -uh-criber, on Nitta
ny mountain, above Centra Hall, on Sat
urday. Mar\-h Nth. at 1 o clock, 1 breeding
Marvel 2-vcarling Colt 3 Cows, 8 head
voung t'altle, Slun"!' 1 Plantation AN agon.
Plow Harrow, Single trees, llerse-geara,
1 windmill, farm b> 1, 1 table, and many
other article* t"H numereu* to mention.
Vf GTICK To oa r> of unseated lands
and their agei - in Centre county
There will be an apj nl held at the < office of
the ObumtsMoner- . : *iJ County in Bella
font*, on the I2ih da\ of March for all th#
townships in Pennsv . ley ; on the IS for all
the town*hi)<s in Bald Ragle valley ; on th#
14th tor all the townships of Snow Shoo,
Burnside, Rush ; and abo Nitunv valley,
for the adjustment cf all rate- ana line* *
such lands in said Cou ity A* after that
date there will be n< appeals. Ail whe
feel interested in th • above will please
Attest, Br ORPKK or CoMvitsstoaxae.
WM FURY. Clerk. feb 2d
Will be sold, i! Public Sale, at th#
late residence of Peter Klinefelter, dec d.
Neur MaHsonburp, on Friday, March,
14th, at 10 o'clock.
5 Horse*, 5 Cows 10 Head of Young
Cattle, 1 Excelsior R sper and Mower, al
most new, 1 Buggy. I Spring wagon, 1
Sleigh, 1 Bob SleJ, 1 Log Sled, 2 Plant**
lion vVagons, Cornp .ntcr, Grain Drill, 1
Fanning Mill, Shaker ,t --trap, Hayropeß
Pullies. Hay rake. Plows, Cultivator*,
Wood and Hayladiii-<>s, 2 setts Harness,
let of Horsegears, Ac. Also : Household
Furniture. 1 Cook-tov Cupboard,
Chairs, Beds and Bed-tend*. Iron Kettle
and many other article* too numerous to
TERMS ef sale will he made known en
day of sale, by SA ML GUAM LEY,
H.'G. CON-KK. Executor.
SBTTLEMKNT.-X. U.-The 16th of
March, day after sale, has been fixed upoa
for making sett t of accounts with
above estate, when nl! persons interested
are requeued to attend.
NEW HARDWARE STORE
W. J. McM.VNII.AI f Miiroy ha* Start*
ed a branch Store ir Millheim where he
intend* keeping n full line of Hardware
UI..V&S AND FT ITT,
also a full line of Wallpapers and
The Store will be in the" charge of his dev.
erand obliging clerk .lame* Montgomery.
Centre County, Farmers, Mechanic*
and others call and examine goods, and
compare prices—Jim it a clever fellow
and will do all in h;- power to accommo
Do not forget
THE OLD STAND AT MILROY,
where you will always find a full Stock
to select from and price* to Suit the times.
Being very thankful fir the patronage
aad many favors sho-a n me by my Centra
county friends, I still -olicit their patron
age and I will guarantee to give satisfac
tion in every wav—Goods will sedd very
close for cash V,. J. M XA.MQAL
AUDITOR S REPORT.
J AS. F. WEAVER, Treasurer.
In account with Ckstrb oocntt ;
January 1, 1872.
To balance from S. S.
Wolf. $ 3,061,90
To amount ouUtand
last settlement.... 34,635.66
To amount asst for 72 28,708,64
To amount ree'd from
sioners and other
To balance Jan. 1,1-7 5 3,18i,68
Jan. 1, 1873.
By amount outstand
ing ......$ .'.1,7:59,81
By exonerations ai 1
commissions allov, -
ed on collection 2,69983
By amount orders p i 1 54,588,40
By amount Treasurer's
3y balance in Treasury B,left,Uß
Jan. 1, 1372.
To amount <W)f*t(indt'ig $ 6a4 '4
$ 624 *4
Jan. 1, 1673.
By amount outstand
ing $ 327 %
By amount exonerr.-
tion* upd oomrnu
•ions allowed collec
By amount transferred
~~ * 424,94
Jan. 1, 1872.
To balance S. S. Wlf...s 640,54
To amount outstanding
last settlement 904,44
To amount asst. for 1872.. 973,68
To balance Jan. 1,1878....
Jan. 1, 1873.
By amount outstandings 1,421,• 0
By amount orders puid... 253,73
By amount com. and ex.
to collectors 261,65
j By amount coram i sjop
to treasurer 12,08
By balance 564,86
Commonwkai.tii ok PbxnstlyaxiAJ
To balance from S. S.
Wolf $ 119.28
To amount outstanding... 2,132,68
To amount asst. for 1872.. 3,701,61
To balance in treasury,
Jan. 1, 1873 16,16
Jan. 1, 1873.
By amount outsUndingS 2,693,66
By exonerations and
eoll#ctrs - 413,00
Bv St. Treasurer Re
By Treasurer'* com mis
By hHlanco in Treasury Id, 10
$ ft, 1160.4:
FINANCIAL EXHIBIT or CXNTUI INV
Jan 1, 1011.
Bv amount outstanding
taxes $ 517,000,34
By amount in Treasury! 3,186,03
Jan. 1, 1073 Jan 1, 173
To balance due Com
To estimated cot- and
hills unpaid l.fttW.Ot)
To estimated com and
•I on uncollected taxes 3,730,Kt
To note* and bonds out
To balance in favor of
Jan. 1, 1071.
By balance In favor of
Centre county over •
all liabilities • 5.033.1W
I7XPKNDITURKS OF CINTRK
li COUNTY. A I>. 1372.
Auditor * and clerk* pay •
Commissioner John Bing balance 85'J 10
do J G Sankey - MM 00
do 8 F Fo*ter. 3W2 47
do A C Hinton 6000
do Jo* MeClekey 670 U
Wm Furev, Corns elk - 650 68
J 8 Parson*, tipstave —... '•* J*'
Bartram Galhraitb. janitor - '-> k f <"
Sheriff D W WOodring tOlftlfc
Commonwealth eot* - 1 066 w
Premium of Scalp* 4M '-* 1
Road views, bridges and damages 1 4-M *•
Grand and traverse juror* pay 2 F-'4 HO
Constable pay _ 7h6 lo
A**aaors pay 1 301
Election expense - 2 U>' 86
Inquisition on dead bodies 4.'4 ''4
State Lunatic Asyluin 886 38
Orvi* and Alexander
Jury Commissioner* •#
Countv tax refunded 157 70
P U Meek, printing, hat. '7O A7l 572 M>
R B Bargor A Co " 613 00
Fred Kuru " WCO
P D Stover " <"5
Insurance of public building* 243 W
Stationery A hooka, John Suoran. ll>6 25
- '• WFMurphey 40 U)
D F Fortney, auditing account.... 55^:
R M Mage*, County Institute 123
Rtia* Grove, carpenter work .. 30
Brown A White, pluming in jail- 73 60
Kd Brown " "
Goo O Bryan, ftirnilure hi .5
Noll A l>err Plastering t'2 7b
Itebt McKnight, ga* 2*_*4
Jno M'Dermont, ft. al~ 7O 30
J DShugert, agl society - 200 UO
Premium on duplicate* 551*'
Kay A Brother, Purdon * digest..
A B Henderson, court reporter... 00 I*l
Ja* H Rankin " ... I®®*
J F Ripley, map of Penna 4 60
Cha* hf Cafferty, jail re*>f...... 410;.
Waatarn Penitentiary 241 61 (
Bart Galhraitb, expense on clo--k. 30 00,
W J KeaUb. ini*xing A auditing 123 37
Alexander A eo., ceaf A55 •*_*
8 Botwn A other* wood A cutting 53 2o
J P Gephart, deed* 3U;
J A J Harris, rf at. hardware 40 20
Wm P Mitchell map Curtin twp &'*• OJ
Jno M Cleaky, exjwnse* to Pits g. 2'"
Jno S Mallory. smithing 355h
Wm £ Shone, repair* in jaiL. . - 63 12,
Nora M Caluter, washing..... 80 %
Ja* H Dobbin*, attending prison'* 15 00
W H WUkieon, boarding juroi* . 62 50
D Johnson A Son* " " 70 (W
J Loeberger, stoves and repairing '/■' TO
I>avid Treaster Potter tp. fires 11435
M Kunkle, cleaning gutters 10 50
Adams Express 2W
Eastern Penitentiary 244 TI
Joe Deviling, surveying (000
David M Cfotkey, Curtin twp fire 24 t^i
Dan 1 M Oinly, water-tax lAKW
Smith A Owner, smithing 2 26
J H Orvis, order book 10 40
Zeller a Jarref, drug* 2 00
Geo Livingston, stationary 19 63
W Murphey a Sons, blank books 65 75
Wm Mann* Son " - 83 07
Hoffer a Brother, merchandise..... 34 48
Wm Kuhns " T 26
Devling A others " 18 71>
Wm iDlughei, lumber 45 62
Campbell a Cu. ics 266
Agnew Moore, B E bridge 417 18
H Y Stitzer. stationary and book- 90 86
Wm P Wilson, book ca5e......... . 20(*J
Lunatic asylum, James Test 213 46
S F Forster, extra services assets
books and registration 120 (U
Daniel Derr. gass fixtures 6 85
Incidental fi<*4 111
Interest and discount paid. (014 31
Refunding account notes lilted (0000 (X!
" KM sd tax, *c.... 6 640 00
Total expenditures $64 638 80
D. W. WOODRING. ESQ.. Hirb Sher
iff, ia account with CENTRE COUNTS .
Jan. 1, IC7I
hy RaUr.ee at settlement ft Ml
By executing venires and sum
moning jury, Jail, term 4170
By com. and eost Jan. term HI 26
By executing venire* and sum
moning jurors, April term 47 70
Com. and cost " " 127 86
By Washing blankets, *c 12 76.
Bv conveying Whippo to llarris-
Wg !7. 40 40
By coifveying A Cox to Harr.s
burg 48 40
By washing blankets, J-c 6 2f>
By executing venires and sum
moning jurors, August term— 41
By conveying W Tate to IJouso
of Refuge .....7. .'. 7SQU
By conveying Mrs Keamrr and F
rierce to Lock Haven on Ao
itat corpus 20 76
By executing venries and sum
moning jurors special court 29 76
do do . 87 80
By Com. and costs Aug. term M 76
By executing venires and sum
moning jurors and court pro
By convoying T Hp-key to wtet- ,l
cm PetiitentiakyU .- 7500
By. ■conveying B McGwire and
Calhoon, to insane asylum. I>an
ville 80 til
By com. and costs Nov. term II Wt
By stove for library r00ip....i 2200
By gas fixtures tor jail ................ 7 60
Ry testing And repairing gas 2 60
By boardiug prisoners 473 16
$3 067 79
Jan. 1. 1873.
To order*. $2,015,28
To balance due him .
~ ft, 057,79
1865 Martin Murphy Burn
Simon Lingle liberty *6*471
1867 S T Ishler Bonner 10,04
W F Tibben. (b) Ma
1868 A Snyder, Belleiunto 75.81
ASJofici pfiilipsburg... 96,48
Wm Askoy Burnside.. 66,15
Jno Pownell Bogn 157,60
J Hasterman Hainea... 447,38
Wm Crocs Hail moon 58,04
1860 D F Fortney (a) Bclle
J M Bush Fatton 95,90
D H Yeager Sn6w
ShOO.JL 1 !.! Si J: 106,44
D flosterninn Hainea... 223,08
John Bechdo! Liberty 109,78
1870 Daniel Derr (a) Bclle
John Holler Bogg* 291,30
Sam'l Brick ley II ow-
J uiiies P Smith Penn... H68.f1l
H Garten (b) Belle
E Hunter Philipsburg 10,64
A J Hassinger Bonner 892,32
J 8 M'Cormick (c) Fer-
Jebn Minich Gregg...,. 400,91
John Ward (a) Bulf
M0pe...........: .... 296.40
Bam'l Brickley How
J H McCanley (a) Ma
rion - 467.26
Joseph Giotzer Potter 85,11
Jamea Gates Snow
Joseph Shaffer Walker 689,81
1872 Cha* Erewu (%i Bella
EEOarr(a) Miiesburg 276,81
Win Riddles Philips
Conrand Deihl Howard 166,8$
Joseph Steer (al Union-
I Tlioi Mart-hail (a) Ben
.1 C AA'alkerfa) Boars., 701.60
AN m White Burniide... 261,60
Jno M'Clonkey (a) Cur
Rob'l U Brett (a) E'cr
S Tleis* (a) Gregg. 2001,48
lie,,. MillerlalTialnei lill.W
II .1 Gates* a) Half moon 662,87
Sam' 1 (Hlland (al llarri*2oS7,23
Nelson Askey (a) How
D AA Kline mi Huiton 267,66
David ltohh Liberty.... 480.06
Ihtvitl Harter Marion... 1 008,20
I'rtah Shaffer tin Mile# 068,53
Jona- "-line ta) fatten 673,W
Han't (leary iai Ponn 1314,13
tint Stover I'otter 2616,16
.1 C Ha-tin Rush 866,16
Jatnt - Gates Snow shoe 663,61
K AA Grille (a) Spring. 1886,27
Sa'n'l Hoover h Taylor 24t1,ti6
AA'tn Spoils ial I'nlon... 267.87
Jacob Iteher i a * AValkerl 686,10
I*till Williams a Worth 1W.60
! Tlio-e marked tat hava paiJ part line#
Tho.e marked (h have paid in full lince
Those marked ic) have paid #368,^
CENTRE: COI'NTY, S.H.
We the under
-igned, Commi—ianer* of laid county, do
hcrebv certify, that the foregoing li a true
and correct statement of the receipt! and
expenditure, of said county, from tin 3rd
day of January, A IV, 1871, to 3rd day of
January, A. IV, 1872.
J (1 SAN KEY.
SAM 1. F. FOSTER,
(Vmmit'i Centrt fb.
STATE OF PA.. CENTRE CO 8.8
We the undersigned Auditore ofCantre
count v. do hereby eertifV that ia punu
ance of an Act of Aiaemhly, entitled "An
Act relating to countiei and township,
and county and townshipotficeri. ' wannt
at the Commissioner* office at BelUfoaie
on the 1-t Monday in January, and did
audit, settle and adjust the several ae
c mnts -et fourth in the foregoing itot*s
me nt. ,
in witness thereof we have hereunto iet
our hands and seal* this lit day of Jan
uary, A. IV, 1873.
J. M. BUSH, L. 8.
KOBT. V. HOLMES L 8.
febA.4t Audit art.
\N"iII be told at public sale, at the
I residence of the subscriber one mils watt
of Pleasant Gap.
In Bettuer Twp., On Tueadny March,
3 head of Work Horses, 1 yearling Colt,
0 Milch Cows, 5 head young Callie, one
being an Aldertiey Bull, 18 Sheep, 1 tvo
liorto wagon, 11 horte tied, 1 nay rake.
Plows, Harrow*, 3 settt Tug harnest, Bri
dles, Collar*. Sett of Hay ladders, double
trees. Spreads, Ac. Sale to commence at
10 o'clock on said day when termt will he
itiadc known by lIKOKIiE ZIKOLKR.
1)1' BLIC SALE.— Will be told at pub
-1 lie sale, at the residence of the subscri
ber, in Potter twp., near Churchville,
JOn Friday, March 14th, at 10 o'clock.
Two horses, 6 cows, 10 head young cat
tle. 1 Excelsior reaper 1 Hainea horte
j power, machine and shaker, 1 self-du
chargir.g rake, 1 four-hon* wagon, 1 two
bore sled. 1 log tied, 1 fanning mill, 1
Centre Hall cornplanter, 1 corn scraper,
!2 double hovel plows, narrows, cultiva
tors, 1 large roller, 2 pair hay ladders,
horte gear-, log chains, hay fork, rope and
pulley, hav by the ton, I Hathaway cook
,-tove, 1 parlor coal tove, and many otb-
er article* too numerous to mention.
Mil WM. ARMAGAST.
I) K \ I. E-l VTE AT PI'BLIC SALE
!\ In pursuance of an order of the Or
phan-' Court of Centre county, will be ei
po-t-J a', public -ale, on the pretpisea, in
Ou Saturday, Feb. 22m1, 1873.
A Lot of Ground, containing 1 acre
more or let*, thereon erected a one and a
half story house, known a* the property of
Catharine Rankin, dec d. Sale to com
at 1 o clock, f said day, when due
attendance will be given and iermt of tale
made known by
Will be told at Public Sale at tbe
residence of the subscriber
1 mile South of Aaronsburg, Oo Tuea
<lay, March 4ih 1873.
o Horses. 2 Plantation Wagon*. 1 Hub
bard Self-raking Reaper and Mower with
Cbangi sble M.-tioq, 1 \\ baclert Patent
flirulong Mio hino, 1 Cleverhuller, I Fan
ning Mill, i t'ornplanter, 1 Hay rake, 2,
Sett* Hay Ladders. Wood Ladder*, Hay'
Fork and Rope, Culuvalort, I'lowt. Har- (
rows Si<-d. Log Sled. Horse-gear*, Grind;
stone. Chain*. Ac. Sale to commence at
1 o'clock, when termt will be made known
by WM. 11. iIAKTKK.
SIMON ROTE, dacfioaccr
I>' !'.Liv. SALE. -Will bo aeld at pub-
I He sale, at the residence of tbe tub
•■eriber, 1 mile wet of Madisonhuttt, (V
Thursday, Feb. 27tb at 1U C clock, a. m.
Hones, Cows, Young Cattle, Hep. 1.
Buckeye Reaper, Threshing Machine,
'•raindrill, 2 plantation Wagons, 1 'i-horte
Spring wag>n, 1 Top buggy, 1 Hlelgb, 1
Sled, Plows, Harrow*. Cultivator*. 1 Cern
: plow. Windmill, Hortegcara, Harms**.
! Cornscraper and many other farming uten
sils. Alto Houtehofd Furniture, 1 cook-
ing stove, 1 ten-plate stove and pipe, te
: bles, tt chairs, bedsteads, 2 corner cup
beards, sink, mealveatelt, tubt, iron huliif.
and many other articles joe
LU AL OPTION.
' / 16T) SAVK TH E COM MON WK A LH.
I, B F. SHATKEB. High Sheriff of Cen
tre County, t'amnionwealth ol Pennsylva
nia, do hcireby make known and giye no
tire to the elector* of t*|l couritT atdretald,
that sr. qledion w if! nb held tn the taid
county of Centre on
FRIDAY FEBRUARY. ?\ IgHL
in accordcnce with the flowing ad of As
An Act to permit the voter* of this Com
monwealth to vot? eyenr throo years on
the question of granting licenses to toll In
BKCTIOX 1. If' it tnaetrd by tkr Stnat*
and Hoiisr of liryrt-ifnta (itfl of tkt fbn
monwralth of Prnntylradta in titntral Af
trmhly >nft nnd it is hrrrby rnaetrd by (A#
authority of thr amt, That on thv third
Friday in March) one lhcu:*itnt)?v>cht hun
dred and in every oltr and
county ih this Oommonweallß and at the
annual municipal elections every thiid
year thereafter, in every such city and
county, it *hull bo the duty of the inspec
tor* and judges of the election in tha
and counties, to receive ticket; tnlbct writ
ten or printed, frotp thjt legal voters cf
said cilie* and c< nctitia, labelled on the
ocUid r licon'a, and on the inside, "far
litYnse," or ' against license," and to de
posit said tickets in a box provided for
that purpose by inspectors and judffM. as
it required by law in caso of other
received at saul elect lop , younlcd, and re
turn of tho -aiuq to tho Clerk of the
Court of Quarter (sessions of tha Peace ef
the proper county, duly certified as re
tired bv law | whlob certificate shall he
laid b.-ftire the judge* of the said court, at
the ilr-t meeting f said court alter said
election •hall be held, and shall be filled
with the other records of said courtl dd it
shall bo the duty of the kfgywra of cities,
and Sheriffs of coi\nti*, ot of any other
officer, whc;p duty it may be to perfam
*UcL service to give due public patWe of
such special election above provided for
three weeks previous to the time of holding
the lame, and also three weeks be
foro-said election everylthird year thereaf
|H ft ..I Mad, That this act shall not ba
construed to repeal or affect anv special
law prohibiting the granting or license.
Provided, That when the municipal and
township elections in any conaty a* city do
not occur on the third Friday in March,
the election provided for In this section
shall be held on the day fixed for the mu
nicipal election* in said county : And wro
ridrd furthrr. That all licenses granted af
ter the first day ol January, one thousand
eight hundred and seventy-throe shall
e<)a*e. determine and become void cut the
first day of April, one thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-three, if the district for
which they -hull bo granted determine
against the granting or license; and the
treasurer of the proper county shall then
refund,, to tho holder of such license, the
moneys so paid thereior, for which the said
treasurer shall be entitled to credit in his
accounts with tho Commonwealth.
Sac. 2. That in receiving and counting,
and in making returns or the votes cast,
the inspectors and judges, and
said election, shall ha govtsuad ay the
laws of thi; pstnwopWbaltk regulating
general ulCCtiuiis; and all penalties of said
election laws are hereby extended to, and
shall apply to the voters, inspectors,
judges and clerks, voting at and in attend
ance upon the elections held under the
provisions of this act.
SEC. 8. Whenever by the returns of elec
tions iu any city or county aforesaid, It
shall appear that there 11 a majority
against iicsn&e, it shall act b laftul tor
any court or hoard <>f llccn.c comiui ion*
; era to Issue any license for the *alo ot spir
jitout, vinoui, mall, or othor Intoxicating
I liquors, ®r any admixture thereof, i" 'id
[city or county, at any time thereafter. un
til at an election a above provided, a ma
jarlty shall vol* in favor of lii cnm /'<<>-
in led. That nothing contained in the |>ro-|
iviiioni efthl* art shall prevent the issuing
!af license to druggist*, lor the sale of li
quors fur medicinal purpose
) 1 alio hereby make known and give no
tice that the place of holding the aforesaid
i election in the icveral Borough- and
Township* within tlm County of Centre
are oi followi to wit
For the borough of Plulipsburg al the
public ichool hou.e in -aid borough
In puriuanee of an act of the tieiu-ta)
Assembly of the Commonwealth, entitt dj
"An Act relating to the election. • I tin-
Commonwealth,' passed the 2d da> of
NOTICE Is hereby given that the (Jell-:
eral Kleclion will he opened between the
hour* of 6 and 7 o'clock in the forenoon,
and ihall continue without interruption >r
adjournment until 7 o'clock in the.-v. i
in*, when the noli* ihall he cloed.
And in and by the iai<l act 1 inn further
directed to five notice "(hat .vm |" n
exceptjutlicoi of the peace, who .hull h U
any office or appointment of proilt and
iruit under the government of the I niteU I
State*, of Ihi* State or of any city or incor- 1
poraled district, wiiethrr a eouimiiihuii it ;
officer or otherwise a subordinate offici i
or agent who U or ihall be employed un-J
Jer the Legislative or Executive or .lu.ti-|
clary department of thii Stale, or . f m >
incorporated diitrict; and aUo that ever> I
member of Oongre*. and of -elect or i .>m-|
moi council of any city, eommiionvri ot I
an-7 diitrict, in by law men
palile of holding or exercising nt the aior
lime the uttlci or appointment of Judg. in
ipoctor or clerk or any election of tin-
Commonwealth, and that no in.pe.tor,
Judge, or any other officer of aay MwtlM,
ihalT he eligible to any office then to In vo
The inspectors and judges of the cl.
lions shall meet at their resiieclix e ptai • s
appointed for holding the election in tl.i
district, U> w |pch they reanectively belong,
before seven o'clock in tbe morning, and
each of said inspectors shall appoint >m
clerk, who shall be a i|Ualilk-d voter <>t
In cato the person who shall have r<--
, reived the second highest number of votes
for inspector shall not attend en the da* of
any election, then the person who shall
have received the second highest number
of vote* for Judge t the neat precee.ling
election ahall act at inspe.tor in his plh
And in case the perton who shall haw- re
ceived the highest number of Vote- for u •
•peeler thall not attend, the perton eh t. i
judge shall appoint an inspector in h.s
place ; and in cae the perton elect i djudg
thall not attend, then the inspector u I.
received lh highest number ol v. : -
appoint a judge in hit plane or n .
cam y thall continue la Ike b hl
•pace of one hour after the time fixoJ by
taw for the opening ol the election, the
3ualified voter, of the towtithip, ward - r
ittrict for which tuch officer* rial! have
been elected, prevent at such election: -liail
elect one of their number to fill such v.*.
It thall be the duty of the st \ era! a < -
tort of each dittrict te attend at th< | a
of holding every general, iu ial or ■ -
thip election, during the whole rai l el. -
tion la kept open, for the purj eof if ivir >.g
information to tlie ins|evu>r and judge*
when called on, in relation to the right <>'
any perton assessed by them to vote a;
tuch election, or tuch other matter* in re
lation to the assessment* of voter* H.
taid inspector el either of them shall fr<
time to litue require.
No perton thall be permitted to vote at
any election, at aforesaid, other than a
freeman ol the age of twenty-one year* or
more, who thall nave resided in the Slat.
t least on* year. and in the citation di
trict where he offers hit vote at least ten
day* immediately proceeding tnch eh , -
lion, and within two year* paid a State . r
county lax, which thai! have be. m d
at leatt ten day* before the ett-vli >n. But
a ciliaen of the I'tiiled State* w ho ha- -,
vieutly been a qualified voter of thn
and removed therefrom and returned, and;
• bo thall ha* resided in the <*!< ->u J.--
trict and paid laxe- at afbr.-said, hall t
entitled to vole, although they -hall lo t
have paid lata*
No perton thall be permitted to vol
whose name it not contained in the lot . f j
taxable inhabitant* furnithed by the •
mitaionert, unleat first he produee a re
ceipt tor the payment * itkia I
a tlate or County tax assc-cd ag.oeabh
to the Constitution and give* .li-.scc i\>
evidence either on hit >AU. or aSriuation, j
or the oath or atbrmaimi, <-i aaotkar, tkatl
.he ha* paid such la*, or on failure to 11 -
'duce a receipt, shall make oath to th- pay -
ment thereof. Second, if h.
right to vote by being an elector b<*tw<-en
the age of twenty-one and twentv-tw •
yeart, he thall depoae on oath or affirm a-1
tion that he hat resided in this Mali at
least one year next before
and make tuch nr*cdof residence intbuj
district %* it required by thi* act, and thai
ho docs .verily believe frum 'the ace Ui-t
'given him, that he it of ago afore.aid, a: 1
tuch other evidence at it required by th •
act, whereupon the name of the pernor 1
thus admitted to vole ha!l be inter,e 1 in
the alphabetical li.t ly the Inspector *vd
a not* made opposite thereto by r,i;i.g
the word "tax if be thai! •<, admitted to'
vote by reaaon of Ujrh>| paid tu,
word ''age tf he .kail be admitted >"ie
by reason oftuch axe ghall be .-ailed <u t
to the clerk*. who thall make ibe lik®
oi'tol on the lut vf rotor* kept by th. -.a.
In all tatet w hero the name oS the j
| M£ claiming to vote U found On the lut
furnished by thccomati&tion< rtatid.t •••■•'
or, or hu right to vote, whether found
thereon or not, it objected to the duty of j
the Intpootort to examine urh per- u ou
oath a* to hu qualification*, and if he
i claim* to have resided in the State for one!
year or more hit oath .hall bo sufficient
| proof thereof, but shall make prt tby nt !
least one competent ftMl who shall
be a qualified elector, that he ha- reridodj
■in the dUlnut o.r more than ton day. next
ituu.ealately proceeding tuch u Hon, and
thall alto him .elf t wear that hit t i/i-U
retldencc in Dur.uawco of bi lawful ' ail
ing, it in taia district and that he did not
remove into said district for the purjHt ■ t
Every perron qualified, a* aforesaid, and '
who thall make due proof, if required, ot
the reaidenoe and payment
aforetaid, thall be adinittvd to vote in the
townthip. ward, district in which he
Is any pefton thall provost, or attempt
jto prevent any officer of this election, un
der Ukl* act, Cram holding urh election,!
t or use of threaten any violence to any)
.uch officer, or thall block up the' wind- w
where the .ame may be holding, or thall
riotoutly disturb the peace of tuch < leeli n
or ahaM u*e any intimidating threat*, lorre
or violence, with deign to influence un
duly or overawe any elector, or to run,veal 1
him from voting, or restrain the (racdoin j
of choice, tuch perton, on conviction hnl!j
be fined in any turn \ot exceeding five j
hundred deliart, aipl Uupritoued for any
time not le*t than three ner more than
iwelv? montht, and if it thall be thown to
the wiurtj where the trials of such offen
te# thall oe had, that the perton *o offend
ing wat not a retidnat of the city, ward,
district or townthip whore the offense was
committed, and na\ entitled t vote there
in, then, on QOgviclian, hu shall be sen
tenced to pay a tiriu of not less than otic
hundred nor more than ono thousand dol
lar*, and be imprisoned not let. titan six
month* nor mere than two your-.
If any perton, not by law nullified, shall
fraudulently vote nt any election of this
Commonwealth., ot being other isc quali
fled thall x ote cut of hi* proper district, i!
auy person offending shall, on conviction
bo fined in any sum not oxi ceding two
hundred dollars, and be imprisoned in auy
term not exceeding three month*,
r If any perton thall vote t more
than one election district, or otherwise
, fraudulently vote mora than one on the
1 same day, or *hall fraudulently fold and
j deliver to the Inspector two tickets togeth
ior witu the intently illegally to vote, or
shall procure another to do to, ho or they
offending thall, an condition, be fined in
1 any turn not let* than Uffy nor mora than
. flvo hundred dollars, and be Imprisoned
C for a term not less than three nor more
r than twelve montht. If any person not
qualified to veto in this ComuionwcaUl
; agreeably to law. (except the sons of quail
" fled citixent) shall appear at any place of
. election for the purpose of influencing the
I ottixoo* Qualified to voto, he shall on eon
, vidian, forfeit and pay any sum not ex
| cceding one hundred dollars for every
, tuch offente and bo imprisoned for uny
terra not exceeding three month*.
; B. F SHAFFER,
Shortlidge. & Co.,
PROPRIETORS OF THE
Bellefonte Lime Quarries,
The only Manufacturers of Lime, burnt
exclusively with wood, in Central
Du Pottfb Powder,
Smarting and Blasting l'owdcr, 011
Fuse tor Blasting,
Ground Fire Clay,
Office and yard near South end of the
Bald Eagle valley Railroad Depot, Bdle-I
i'e&te, Pa. jaoW.73
l!urnM'tn<l by C. I*. Keller.
White (Yheat #1.66, Red 160 .. Rye
7A. (join Oil 40. Barley 60.
70 .UlomriMid 6,00 ..,,,.I'oUlom 46,
Lard per pound 7 l*orfcpr poundo6
Mutter 20 Eggs JU PlMjJr per lon
#l4 Tallow 8 Huron 8 ......llatn I'd
White wheat 1,86 ...Rtd wheat 1,80. .. Ityc
70 Oom 40 ~.<)!■ 36 Barley 60
Cloverseed 6,00 TimothyM*d, 3W
j Salt - 60 per lark
Bacon 100 llnu. 16 Buttei 26... Kgfs
26 I'loiter 9 60
\DM I NIsTRAToR S NoTICI
l.etter* of A<lminitmtion on tlie ee
, late of John 0. M Minn, late it Poller
jlownihip, Centre county, Pa., dec d, have
been grallied to the undersigned, reslil ng
111 id towmhip. to whom all person* in*
drbted to laid estate are requested to uiakej
1 inti:ed 1 ate payment, and tlioie having
claim! or demands, will present the same
duly authenticated for •eUlement
JANUS M MINN ,
feh 6 tit. A dm r.
TO II II Kill AT
SHOEM A KER'K OPER A HOIJB K,
Shenandoah, Schuylkill Co., Pa.,
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 26. 73.
Iu ValuableGlFTß to be CJivcn Au ty
OVB UKAKU CAPITAL OIPT OP
# 1 "i.UUO io AMERICAN GOLD.
Two Grand Capital Gifts of s6, cm each
in (ireenhack*. Whole number of pres
I'r.K VM hkk — G. A. Herring, Trcaiurer
Sch County, Pa.
By permission we publish the following
eenilemen a* references:
George G. Jacoby,
of Shenandoah J n McCamanl, Cashier,
Shenandoah Valley Bank , Wm. Grant, or
Lee, Grant A Co., Shenandoah; J. Wai
ley, su|erinteiident Thompson Coal Co..
Sbeiiand.iah ; Goo, H Parrish, General
Superintendent Wilke*harm Coal A Iron
Co. Tims Cassijy, simeriuteiidctil of Su
gar-Notch Colieriei; James Gritfiih. uon-l
ing superinteudanl of Empire Minea,
AA'ilke-barre: Col. J. J. Conner, Potts
wile; Hon Wm. M Randall, Hchuylkill
Haven; l)r Thomas Wren, E*<|, P<uu
villo; Capt J K. Helms, Schuylkill Ho
ven; lianiel Barlow. Esq . Mahanoy City ;;
J A M Passmute, Elsq., Pollsville ; John
Seney, Pro*, of M A L lliL of Schuylkill j
county and Dr. A P Carr of 8t Clair, Pa. i
AGENTS WANTED to sell tickets, to j
whom a liberal commission will he paid
Single Tickets, #1,00; five tickets, #4 0-,
ten tickets, fV.lt).
Send far programmes All communica
tions must be addressed to
G. K. SH AFE'KR, Hunnetf Xhutiigc ;
Box OUI, Shenandoah, Schuylkill Co., Pa.
O I c.
GET THE BEST.
THE OMUINAI HO WE SEWIFO MAI HI K
luraovED The Howe, the original and
yet the bet hat the following point* of ex
Simplicity ol construction
Symmetry of lorm and beauty of finish.
Rapidly and stillness in operation.
Kae with which it can be managed.
Non-liability to rniw stile he*, hav ing a
moveable head, which can be readily ad
.. uslod close ta the shuttle, when utii.g
cither the fiueat or c.<ar*el needle.
A *borter and smaller needle, in propor
tion to the time ol the thread, than used
with any other machine.
The Lock Stitch, alike on both tide* of
Economy of thread.
Strength and firoine** with whkh the
•earn* are drawn Umetbcr.
Roundness, foi not*, regularity and,
beauty of st.uk.
Adaptability to the widel range of work
•owing tbe finest and coarsest fabrics, and
using equally well the finest and car< -t,
and all intermediate grades of tiik, CotP n
and Linen Thread.
II F HARTLEY, of Bcllefosila, lust the
agency for Centre county, fur the Howe ; '
be will travel the pnuntv, and person*
wishing a machine about which thtre It no
fault, -h<>uid wait and give the llowe a
teml, hefuge purchasing janU.Hm. 1
0. Pin. J. T. LEE.
PECK & LEE S
CKNTRK HALL. PA.
The undortigned have opentsd a new **-
lahiuhiuetit, at their new sbopa, tor the
& Spring Wagons,
Sl.KKllta AVP St. WW,
PLAIM AMD FAKCT
of every Joieription .
All Vehicle# manufactured by them,
are warraaled to render aatiafaction, and a*;
equal to any work done el te where. ;
Ttiev uae none but the belt material,
and employ the moil iklllful workmen.
Hence they flatter themaelvea that Uieif
work can not be excelled for durability;
I Irdcr. from a diiUncc'promptly attend-,
ed to. . . ,
Come and exaraino our work bof>re
All kiudaof Repariug dooe.
. T . PECK A LEE.
THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY
good Boots Shoes.!
RURNSIDK & THOM AS
Have just received 50 case* of Boot*
RURNSIDK A THOMAS
Sell the cheapest and best Boot*
RURNSIDK A THOMAS
Are the only one* in Centre co. that
have Ivetcr Bro's A Co., Boot* A
Lwtcr Bro's A Co., Boot* and Shoe*
BURNSIDE A THOMAS
Sell them at Cash price*.
lII*ENSILE A THOMAS
Bool* aud Shoe* uever leak or crack.
BURNSIDK A THOMAS
Boot* and Shoe* always give satiefac
Thousand* in this county and out ol
it have tried these Boot* A Shoes.
They have been tested and tried for 15
year* and always have given Extra
Ifyouwantto save doctor bills buy
your Boot* aud Shoo* from Buroside
You can buy the best article* of To
hacco and cigar* at half price ai
Burnaide* A Thomaa.
The reason you can get such bargaim
1 at llurnside A Thomas, they sell foi
J. B. BUTTS, PropY.
brat class accommodation ; charg
es reason* tf.
RYNDER'S MUSIC STORE,
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
The proprietor of Ryodor'i Music Htore dwiree to call the attention of the people of Centre county, to the fret
Can Save Money
by purchaiii£ their tuueicai inalrumetiu ot Kyuder'a Muaic Store. We are aelliag
Double Deed. Six Stop, Five Octavo at 8140,
tsuperior iu tone aud fiuUh, to iloc that are haetked aud peddled throughout the oountry at #176 to 1200.) There
we warrant for five year*. We give auy reaaonable credit'deaired to raapouaible partiea.
We beg leave to call your aticutiun to the following inetrumanU, told in Pennavalley this year, which you .would
do well to examine before purcbaaiug claewbere :
8. 8. WOLF, Ryuder Organ #225 00
WM. (jALBRAITH, Rynoer Organ 140.00
OR. J. V.DALE, American Organ... #376 00
PETER BCHRECK, Rynder Organ 140.00
WM. ETTINGER, Rynder Organ. #240.00
MIBS E. E. HUNTER, Melodion • • MUM aaaaaaaaa eeeeeeeeeea •••••##•#•#• #130.00;
In a few week* we will call altcution to our
Iu abort by writing a letter to ua and getting our pricee—we delitrer all inetnunent*—
You Can Save From 840 to 860 on an Organ.
A (1(1 rtv^
RYXDERS-MUSIC STORE , Lock Haven, Pa
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
C. D. KELLER,
BISHOP STREET BELLEFONTE, PENNA,
it now prepared, at the Old Sund on Bishop Street, to aell
DM SOD I)Z 4
CEDA R AXD WILLO W WA RE, AC., AC.,
.1 g*ca'ly reduced price*. He b el prepared to purchase
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN!
FOB WHICH HE WILL PAY THE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE!
Asn IM-RCnASKKS ni l- FIND BCPtRIOB INDCCRMISIt^THMI
' ISAAC Oi.tiESUtiMKU. hav io g
purchamnl the entire stock of ibe late
tirm of Buwmin A Guggtibvitn.r, ft
oept the isemther aud .Shoe finding*,
has filhwi up hi shelved with lot of
bPLKSDIH M-W aOOKd,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
BOOTS A SHOES,
11 ATP & CATS,
AND FANCY ARTICLES
nod is now prepared to accorootlateall
his old customers, and to welcome all
new ones who may favor hint with
their patronage, lie feels safe iu say
ing that he can please tbe most fastidi
ous Call and see.
p g.—Mr. Sussman still continues
to deal in
L E ATH F. R A N D SHOE-FIN
CLOVER and TIMOTHL SEEDS,
in ttteold room, where he may alway
be found. at 12ap.tf.
C. F. Herlacher N. Cronmiller. I
11EKLAC11GK A CRONMILLER
With to infoim the cilireut of Potter
ih.t thejr here opened an entire new
I ttock of good. in their old quarter*, and
! will keep constantly on bend a full and
' good aMortiuent of
i LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
and all other kinds ot
DRESS G OODS.
full lino of
NOTIONS and FANCY Goods
Hat* A Cap*, Boots A Shoe*
CROCKERY, ' OItKKNSWARR,
STON K W ARE. t>IDAIt W A ItK.
etc., etc , etc..
All of which we offer at greatly reduced
P HighMt prieot paid for country produce.
By atricl attention to buaineaa we hope to
merit and receive the patronage of the
The undersigned now manufacture Ce
ment WARRANTED OK A >l T PKKIOK
QUALITY, al their kilns, near Pine
Creek Mills, in Haines twp. Thi cement
hai already been used in largo quantities
upon the L. C. * S- C. It R., and haabeen
found highly satisfactory upon all jobs
where it has been used, and as equal to
any now manufactured. The undersign
ed now take pleasure in recommending,
and warranting it to all, for ue in CIS
TERNS, WATER PIPES, or whatever
purpose a good quality of Cement is desi
rable. This Cement has already been
tested far ami wide, and rendered the ut
most satisfaction. Persons, therefore con
structing Cisterns, laying Water Pipes,
Jkc will find it to advantage to bear this
in mind, and also, that they warrant the
article as represented. For further par
MEYER & HOPPER,
20 dec tf Aaronsburg, Pa.
AHegnenev Street, Bellefonta, Pa
D, JOHN'SON A SONS, Proprietor*
A V:*FTT<~T AM HOT*L_ C®*rOTALE ®OM.
ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENT
CBS— AND REASONABLE Charges.
Tbe proprietor* offer to tbe trawling
public, end to their country fnaoda, first!
CLIU Arooinmod* HONE end careful atten
tion to the want* o! gueats at all time*, at
fair rau®. Careftil header* and good .table
line for homes. An escelleat table well
•erred. A Bar upplid with fin# Ignore.
Servant* well trained and everything ra
qui*ite in a first class Hotel. Our location
T in tbe buainets part of tbe town, near the
Port Office, the Court House, tbe Chur
ches, tbe Banks, and the p incipal places
of business, renders it tbe most eligible
place for those who visit Ballsfoeta on bust
An Omnibua will carry passenger*
and baggage to sod front sll train*
free of charge.
of the united stales; an histories! sum
mary of tbe origin, growth and perlaction
of the chief industrial arte of this country.
1.100 PAGES AND 600 ENGRAV
Written by 30 Eminent Author*, inclu
ding John B Dough, Leon Case, Edward
Howland. Joe. S. Lyman Rev. E Ed wen
Hell, Horace Oreeley, Philip Ripley. Al
bert Brisbane, F. B. Perkins, Ect , Ecu
TTS WAR* IS s CEPPOTA JMAIAQR S*a bnm*bmjt ta
LIE WTAV — liL ■ I WVVL ;
iiitfDlor. UD valla to BOK AM aaS ■■■€ •* *U claim.
Tbv BOOK SHMU **■*. * S* JM
UL la all part* * U# aaa*F. I* * ®arMl it,
W. prtc* F5 •* a4 la L*a ILIUG Uaafc ■■■ !■** B
.ULAI-npuaa. I*. IMUJ ** M. TA.ASTAATA a a*—,
WV nai *au la nI lavs OF TA* U VSSA* Ssasaa. AAI
J. B. BURH A HYDE, Hartford, Conn.
Chicago, 111., or fitncinnati, Ohio.
Oct. 18 IS
Amm BAUM, IITSOLD'I nxw MAKBL*
• rnoxT, manor St., Bcllefonte.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Tha subscriber respectfully calls the at
tention of the public to hie aatablishm nt,
where he is PREDATED to furnish all kindsol
Foreign ana Domestic Lienors' wholesaW
at the lowest cash prices, which are war RAN'
tod to be the best qualities according t<
tbeir respective prices. Hia stock consist!
of Rye, Monongahala, Irish and oihei
Whiskies, all kinds of Brandies. Hollanc
Uin, Port, Maderia. Cherry, Blackberrj
and other Wines—the best * Y,tlee—AT AI
reasonable rates as can be had in the city
Champagne, Cherry. Blackberry, Gingei
and Can-away Brandies, Pure Jamaica an
New England Rum, Cordial of all kinds
lie would particularly invita Farmers, Ho
tel keepers and others to call and examini
his large supply, to judge for themaelvei
and bo certain or procuring what they buy,
which can seldom be done when purchas
ng in the city.
jaWPhy aicians are respectfully requester
o give his liquors a trial. aplO
\IR J. BTETTELE'S
\V HOLESALB WINK A LIQUOF
Bishop street, Bellefoute, in the Stone bull
ding iormerly occupied by the Key
Takes pleasure in informing the public thai
he keep* constantly on hand a supply o.
choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
All Barrel S, Kegs and Casks ;oarra*T<
to <-*a(ain the quantity repreeented. ■
The attention of practicing physicians ii
• ailed to his stock of
suitable for medical purposes. Bottles
jugs, and demijohns constantly on hand
He has the ONLY PURE NKCTAI
WHISKY in town.
All liquors are warranted to give satis
faction. Liquors will be sold'by the quar
barrel, or tierce. He has a large lot at
Of the finest grades on hand.
Confident tnat he can please customer
the respectfully solicits ashare of public PI
ronage my 14
ILLINOIS FARM FOR SALE
240 ACRES; FIRST CLASS LAND; on
ly 6 years improved irom prairie soil, witl
buildings, orchard AC , It is 8 milas di
rectly south of Joliet, next to Chicago tbi
most thriving city in the state and 14 mile
east of the incorporated villgge pf Elwooi
situated on Chicago A St. Louis R. R 4
miles from Chicago, the great market o
this country, and 10 miles fVom coal re
gions. Population largely intersperse!
with Ist class Penn'a. Germans.
I desire to invest LA Commercial bus!
nest. Address W. NICHOLSON,
n0?228n Staopd, Will Co. ill.
Dr. Crook's Wineoiiu.
4 lO YEAR^
Xg —or A—
jft DR. CROOK'S
T® fcave m®r*
, ■ wmtrU than mmj
N AI —■
USB FFFF OIICMI
* t. ricfc ta UK? m*+trinml anal-
IttM f Tar, and ÜBiq Baled (or
n T (he TluMt and Lttttpi, pe
f unmet lb* meat l—ffrM •.
Conch®, C®Mn. Chronic Congh®.
It wfiecuiaily COM them mii.
it baa bee* pcoeoanoed •
■PK&E (OR UMM oompUicta.
For palm ta Br*art, Sid* or Rack,
Gravd or Ktaney Dtaewe,
Disea* of tk UrtauT Ornm,
Jaundlceorany LUcr Complaint,
It kaa neaqnal.
Cum tlie Food to Digest*
Prevents Malarious Fevers,
Glees 1080 to your Systei.
TRY DR. CROOK'S WIKE OFT A
I The Chawpion of the World.
[ The new Improved American Button
i Hole Overeeeming ami Complete
Sewing .Machine —The great
est machine of the Age !
[ Sim pi city, Durability A Cheap
i ness Combined.
f This machine being the l>tMt ha* tnsnjr
• improvements over all other, in a wo ™i lt
r is a perfect machinejwhk-h i* acknowledg
, d by the'best fudges andagent# of all othe*
• Call on A. L. Bartge*. miidiaonbuig,
1 who U the authoriaco agent for Centre
I countv Alto keep the beat Sewing Ma
chine thread, needle*, and repair* all kind*
of sewing machine#, clock*, watchen, uiu
• tick boxes A 1 will thoroughly canvass
the section belonging tome, and 1 shall be
very much pleased to sell every person a
• machine, on easy term* ; give it a trial be
fore purcha* ing any other—it has no equal.
6 Partio* wishing the machine, will please
add re** the undersigned. Satisfaction
J Agent for Centre County
le Mxi'isoXßvno. ra.
'o MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW
•t Jm) |n,tii>.hit a■ aSttiM of Da.Crnvsawau.'*
f CawnpMoa. fcfdtepw. aad flu. toCwced fo teM ta
r ' .*
J Sfiihtmal wither, ID ihlj xtrntrabl* toy, clear
. tj twmlaW. froqa a thirty*! *t prac
*• am.thai IS*alaiatlas owawqawwc.. of Mlf-almwaaar
, h railtnollT run- 1 ,w - ■*—n —~*
a)mnSSSwortha spidieMwt Tthc kntfa : ixSnUn*
'* oat a taoda of oar* tl oaeo sirup!*. certain and aflartu
M aJLto naaaa of which aaary toflarar. an maMorwhat tin
. ooadltion mar l>a, awr con hlntaalf ahMOO. prlaatafr
• MM II it If II J
I- Thu Laolara should ba ia the hud* of ararr roat
aad aaarr maa ia ttm lan d.
> haLawr M*L ia a plain sort-tops. la aar addroas,
0 postpaid, oa raeoipt of af* can la. or laro [wart aiaicpa.
Alio. iV CataarwoU'a "Marrta*a liuldc." price Ss
Address tha publisher.
u CUAB.J.C. KUSKSCO.^
" rwUNka Bos UK. Bf Bowoay. Hawork
1 riKNTHAL HOTEL. Corner of Third
Vy and Chestnut Street, Mifflinburg, Pa.
John Showers, Propriety.
Its Central Location makes it particularly
>J desirable to persons visiting Town on
business or pleasure.
H. A. Taylor's Livery Attached,
i, oPt ly
. PUKIFY YOUfi BLOOD.
i; 1 For Rcrofola.Nerofn
<r IOUM INseases of Hie
Tft Kjea, or hciofula in
*" jSm Guy form.
Any disease or eruption of
§3? tbe Skin, disease of the Liver.
w ,a Kheuniatism, Pimples, Ola
r fc®* Bores, Ulcers, Broken -down
mi tvft Constitutions Syphilis, or any
©0 rj, disease depending on ade
praved condition of the bloof
7 DR. CROOK'S '
v gfßkj* SYRUP OP
i ® POKE ROOT.
H J ]t has the medicinal property
id \soy of Poke coinhir.td uiiJi aprep
t.'i j/jy aration of I oca at
of Ifi c-ofe inUktfce'. bid 1, perform
e- * ng the tnost ispiil arid wou
ld . 0y , derlul corf*.
Ask your Drugsint for l)r. Crook • Cf®-
d- tound Syrup of i'oke Koot-Ute it and W