The Centre reporter. (Centre Hall, Pa.) 1871-1940, November 04, 1875, Image 3

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    TUK CENTRE REPORTER.
THURSDAY NOV. 4, 1876.
ODOE MEETINGS
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tomoisnoa ot after eaeh fall aaown, il Waji^Hill.
local items.
i lur friends will oblige bv sending u
tin- ot local news in their locality, g*e
u- the fact* only, and we will put them in
shnpo, notice® of Atlu uintTl*
' \\*nv one sending us the names of si* new
subscriber*, with the cash, willbe entitled
lo receive the RicroKTRH one year free.
The KKI-OKIKH being read by neatly
ever* body i>n this side of the county
where it h's* a larger circulation than any
two papers, will be found the best medium
.r advertising Business, sales, Ac. Ac.
IMP*Subscribers to tko Reporter, resid
ing ouiside of Centre county, should re
mit u 10 cents, yearly, for postage which
we will pay here ; this reduce# the postage
to one half, as the sum paid by them for
e > car s postage was ".Vets
Mr. J. O. Doininger has broken
ground for a new house in the lower end
of town.
—See the fai nu advertised for sale in
the Reporter.
s.\ splendid stock of new hardware
just unpacked oy Runkle Bros, at Mi •
lieim. Assortment full end complete.
The farm of Wm. Keller, dee d.
near Centr* Hell, was sold at public s*;e,
on 2S ult, to David Krape, of Haines twp.
a: SI 10 per acre.
Mr. D. Brisbin has opened a new
confectionery iu Centra Hall, with all the
choicest candies and nuts, and in con ac
tion wdh it he keeps an oyster saloon, and
will serve hi* customer* with the nice>t
and freshest oysters in the market, lie
gets his oysters in tub- direct from Balti
more, ami lovers of the bivalve will find
them most delicious. Try ihera.
Mr. irsm'l Foster advertises hts fine
farm a! public sale, in another column of
the Reporter. ?t is located a short dis
tance trow Centre Hall, and is a desirab.e
farm.
Farmers of, I'fansvallfy, ami !•
otters, will find it will pay logo to Holier
vV. Kline for dry go>d, groceries, clothing,
h*u, caps, boot* and shoes, they keep the
laigeat gsaortmont of every thieg, aud are
constantly in receipt of new goods.
Last Sunday we had the drst genu
ire taste of winter—snowstorms were the
order of the day. and bill and dai# were
covered early in the forenoon with a garb
of white.
Our whilom townsman, Mr. Alex
Shannon, of Lena, 111., arrived here last
Saturday. lie look* well and lllinoai seems
to agree wth him, and he expresses no re
gret at having made Lena his home May
it ever bo thus.
Cold weather is coining on. and
men, and women and children need boots
and slioes that will sued the winter reason
and which at the same tin e are cheaper
.that, can be had elsewhere. The place
So goto. U Graham Jc Son's whose door
x.na-ly t very no trufithi* sid* pws-tO < n
going into Belli fore—in BrwckerholTs
block. Go asJ s-e their astonishingly
low ptcooa. and the excellent quality of
stock they keep. Try them, and you will
be convinced.
The Millheim and Brushval.ev
bands had a musical duel at Miltbeira on
last Saturday atternoon, upon the occasion
of the democratic meeting. They shot'
tucee at each other from opposite tides of
the street —the Millheim band stationed
under the awning of Runkle s hardware
store, and the Burshvalley band under the
awning of Snook's store. We neyer heard
so uittch brass-band music, in the sauie
litut, before in our life—and it was good
musk' too. The bands took it tu-n about
arid as their "Übunes" were ended "our
side best," was yelled by the crowd en
each side of the street respectively. We
never thought there was to much wind in
all creaUpa went through "them"
horiM thai afternoon,— enough to start up
the buried walls of Jericho which were
thrown down by the biovfing of horns.
Blow on, brave boys, blow on, and at each
other; there's nothing like a brass band
„ en it is out of its first-lessons and knows
hovFt-" 4 P U * M f O,: Ao -
lf yo to exchange your old sew
ing machine for a new one. address Bun
ne..& Aiken, Miiroy.
Housekeeper?, i,! J™ Ut
tle good alvice-free gratis and by which
you will profit? W D< * d * l ,n
humbug, we will not tel.' J® *<mthing
that will not hold water, or which you will
regret if you act upon it. liow y®" l *'
need a ureal many things in ;' famili.s
in the line of groceries—coffee, Sug* r - *yr
up*, dried and canned fruiu, eontertion
enee, even tobacco and segars, as wall a?
oysters, soap*, crackers, cheese and tea#,
bam, dtied beef, salt, fish, spices and forty
other necessaries, and you just go to Sech
ler £ Co., in the Bush house block for
these if you wish to be certain in gettirg
them nice, fresh, ciean and cheap (tech
ier's grocery can not be beat in this re
aped, anywhere. All who hare been
there know and say it, and go back again,
and are satisfied it is the best place to go
to for whatever you need in their line.
They are tip-top fellows too, just like their
goods and treat you like princes, and sell
you goods fit for princes. Giro them a
trial.
The cpozootic is again spreading tarror
among the horses. Its attack, however, is
n >t so severe as it was several years ago.
David Korman's sale, dee'd, near
Aaronaburg, was largely attended on last
Thursday, and articles brought remarka
bly good prices.
DEUICATIO*. —The Lutheran church
at Pine Hall, Ferguson twp, will be dedi
cated to God's service on the 14th day of
November next. All ministers of the Gos
pel and all others are cordially invited te
attend. By order of the Committee. 3t
chine, buy the New American of Bunnell
& Aiken, "Milroy. Pa.
DEDICATION. —The Evangelical
Lutheran church, at Centre Hall, will be
dedicated, D. V., to the.service of the
Triune God, on the 14th of November.
All neighboring ministers and tbe com
munity in general, are cordially invited
to be present, Rev. Prof. E. J. Wolfofthe
Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, IV,
will preach tbe dedicatory sermon.
W. E. FISCHER, Pastor loci.
Granger prices, aadres> Bunnell & Aiken
Alilroy, Pa. 21 oct 3m.
JOHN S. MILLER, Tailor, of Mill
he im, <s putting up the best of work and
the public would do well to call upon him,
as his prices and work suit the times. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. We have seen some
of bis work and find it equal to that of the
best of tailors. 21 oct 6m.
IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS -The un
dersigned is now prepared to sell Brick at
his kilns at Centre Hall to suit purchasers,
at reasonable rates, also to furnish or con
tract Brickwork. S. S. FARNEK.
7 oct y
SCHOOL TAX NOTICE.-The taxpayers
of Potter school district are hereby notifi
ed that the tax-duplicate has been placed
in my hands for collection. All tax paid
on or before December Ist, next, will have
6 per cent, deducted, and from that date
to January Ist the amount on duplicate
will be payable, and all taxes unpaid after
January Ist 1876, will go into the hands of
a collector with an addition of 6 per cent.
A. II IIOSTEKMAN,
7 oct 3m. Treasuior.
any manufacture apply to Bunnell & Al
ien, Milroy, Pa.
Lumber tor a Horse.—Tbe undersigned
offers lumber of any kind in exchange for
a good, sound horse, six or seven years
old. Apply soon to J. A. FLEMING,
xeai Potter's Mills, JP.
On last Thursday evening a mean
trick was flayed upon Daniel Geary of
Penn tap, by two mean fellow*. Mr
Geary had gone to Millheim with horse
and buggy, and hitched to a post in front
of one of the (tore* which he entered on
bu*in*x about 9 a'cWk ; ho canto out
again in about 6 minute* and found hit
horse and buggy mixing. The track* of
the buggy showed that it went north
through the gap, and alter ome delay,
person* went in pursuit as t*r a* Mill Hall,
at which place the hone and buggy had
been taken up driverle**, the seoundtel*
having abandoned it on the road after
serving tbrir purpose* for a free ride from
Millheim to Lock Haven. The fellow*
who did this mean thing were from Lock
Haven and had been in the mountains tor
a job on the railroad, but only worked
half a day. and rosorted to the above con
temptible means to get back to losck ila-
Ten, where tliey undoubtedly will be ar
rested.
The Kpitoot i> among the hore* in
this vicinity.
Tluovcs v isitcd Thompson * null, at
Potters bank, a few nights ago, also the
premise* ot Mor*. S.iverand M'Coy and
others, appropriating grain, corn, etc
! ——John Horner shot two deer in
! Green's valley, the other day.
Mr. John D Decker of Potter Iwp.,
si ot two deer in the mountains, a few day
ago, within twenty nve minutes of each
I other. That was democratic shooting and
Docker knows bow to do it. How our
tnouih watered for a piece of venison when
we heard of it.
Y. M 0 A. MEETINGS.
The He* S A. Taggart, the State Sec
retary, will hold a scries el' Evangelistic
laeetfngs at the follow ing place*
Mneiburg -Thursday. Nov. 11. at - .-St*
and 7 p. m , in the Baptist Church.
State College-Fri lay NOT. 12, at 7 p
m., and Saturday morning and afternoon
Bellefonta - Saturday, Nov. 13, at 7 p
m , in the Methodist church.
Bellefoale -Sunday, Nov. 14, at D.JO a
m , in the Y. M. 0. A. Rooms ; 4 p iu. in
the Lutheran Church, and at 7 p. in
the Presbyterian Church.
Jacksonville - Monday, Nov. 10, at - 3t)
and 7 p m . in the Church.
Huffalo Run--Tucsday, Nv>v. 10, at - 0
and 7 p. ni in the Buffalo Run Church.
Centre Hall—Wednesday, Nov. 17, at
2:30 and 7p. ni, in the Lutheran Church.
Unions ill*—'Thursday, No*. IS at 2.30
and 7 p. in., in the Presbyterian Church.
Port Matilda—Friday Nov. IS, at 2:30
p. m , in the Church.
Btethern from Bellefonte and elsewhere
will aeeopay Mr. "-"sggsri to each p.'ln".
to assist in the meetings.
Christian workers at crery place are
urged to be present, to take part in the
services, and to endeavor to gather in the
unconverted, especially young me.i, to the
meetings.
We give the following as the list of
teachers employod by the board of school
Directors of Walker twp. various
schools :
Zion II 11 Heraberger.
Forest L C Kearick
Logan T. B Kupert.
Centre G. W Weight.
Hublersbuig. Gram K. Twitmyer
" Primary S->phia M Kwen.
Snvdertown Dnvid Brown
Franklin Gram J Zimmerman
" Primary Uattie Swartz.
Salary of each, $33. Previous to this
year S4O, were paid, but owing to the pres
ent monetary stringency, the salaries were
reduced $6. The correct plan of grading
w ages according to the grade of the certifi
rate has not yet been adapted. £.
SPA WLA FHuM PENN, NOW AND
THEN.
The public schools of Pann twp. com
menced on Monday Oct. "do under very fa
vorable circumstances and under the fol
lowing teachers, viz : Mountain School—
B S. Jamison, Gentzei's—A. J. Rishel,
Liberty—D. L Zerby, Pike—G. W. Keen.
Texas- F. P. Musser, E.k Creek—A N
Runkle. Millheim. No 1-W. F. Smith,
Millheim, No. 2—Miss Frances Willow.
The attendance thus far has been good.
The corn crop through this section is
good but owing to the protracted cold in
the spring as well as to the early frost*
there is considerable soft corn among it.
Answer to E.J Smith's puzzles. Wa
bash, the name of the river. Lancaster,
the city.
The meeting was a success
on Saturday, notwithstanding tfee inclem
ency of the weather and the absence of the
speakers. Nevertheless there were other
able men here, who talked about the is
sues pf the day in such a manner that it
ought to fadgce every sensible man to vote
the entire deoj a-ialio ticket frcm a to iz
zard.
The wall for Daniel Uirich's boutv u
sow iuo*t done and soon will be ready for
ths carpenters to proceed with their work.
THE ELECTION.
The Democrats carry Centre county by
about 1.400 majority for Pershing. The
democratic majority on the county ticket
is less than Pershing's.
In the table below we give the official
vole of this county so lar • Mwaiyod, ex
cepting Commissioner which Is as follows.
JJeiiefonte W.Ward, Mingle 54. llall 52,
Gregg $7, Rogers 62, Glenn <i, Bartholo
mew 7.
South W—Mingle HO, Hall 1 IS. Gregg
108, Roger* 89, Glenn 14. Bartholomew 14.
North W—Mingle 88, Hall 98. Gregg
153, Rogers 18-5, Glenn 10, Bartholmew 11.
Benner—Mingle I4t>. Hal! 144, Gregg CI,
Rogers 62. Gienn C. Bartholmew 10
Potter—Mingle 301, Hall 173. Gregg 220
Rogers 16, Glenn 1.
Spring—Mingle 106, Hall 136, Gregg 128
Rogers 106, Glenn 32.
THE STATE.
has been earned by Uip Radicals by 1,200,
which may be reduced to a closer ggure.
PE S NSY LVAS I A.> 1 ASS ACH L
SETTS. NEW JERSEY. WISCON
SIN. AND MINNESOTA
CARRIED BY THE RE
PUBLICANS.
MARYLAND. MISSISSIPPI AND
>,*EW YORK, DKMOCRATID.
CENTRE COUNTY ELECTION. November 2nd. 1875.
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Walker 193 113 11
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(IKK AT I I UK IN RUSSIAN POLAND
London, October 20. The Jewish World
says two hundred dwellings, a synagogue
and live schools, ill llio town of \\ idsy,
Russian Poland, have been burned. Some
persons perished and S.UV families are
homeless,
MARKETS.
New Yotk, Nov 1 Flour, super 3 10(4
f> 40. Flour, common to good ft 00(40 90.
Flour good ti* choice (1 (**<4t> 3 \s nest.
No 2 Chicago, Spr.i * 1 MM* I *\
No 2 Milwaukee IU u\ s '< Rye ?&®RK
Com western miied "41(47ft Oat* west
ern mixed '> ilb Coffee IVJftV-'H. r.fgs
27(,t.2S Sugar, fair to g.Hwl refining 71®,
8. Petroleum, refined Hi(4l3L
CHICAGO
Chicago. Nov. 1 Flour, good to
clien ;2m 40 73; ouii g < tries 0 <X>
Wheat, Dec 1 OTii-i.) o.i, sailer No* 1
OTluvl 071 Corn, seller Dec. M. seller
N..% SO llals, seller Nov >l4; ellef PeC
314 live, seller Nov. Barley,
Seller Nov. bb
PHILADELPHIA.
Flour, at fain ti SO®7 26 High grades
7 fttVvb NO Wheat, new red Pa. I Hftuvl
-40 Amber 1 37(*1 40 Corn, western
mixed 71*71!. yellow 72a73. Gats western
lliitcd3B.
HKLLKFONTK MARKETS.
>Vlute iVheat $1 Ift Red lift ...RyebO
new COll 40 old 7ft OalsUO Barley '.Hi
70 Clo < erseed S.OO Potatoes 30
l.ard per pound 8.. ...Pork per pound (HI
Butter JO Kgg-lft Plaster perton
fl4 Tallow 8 BacohlO Ham lo
Lard per pound 8 cents Buckwheat
tta o:s ..Fiourper barrel ret*i 17,00...
Nova Scotia plaster sl4 to Ift. C yugn
plaster $9.60 per 21M> lbs.
JTURM FOR SALE.
The subscriber will positively sell at
public ale on e premises near Centre
Hall, on THURSDAY. NOV J6th, IN7&,
at 2 o'clock,|p. ui.. hi* valuable farm, con
taining
117 ij Acre*.
Tiis property is located on the. Millheim
pike, one mile east ofOld Fort, iu Peuns
vallev tine hundred and twelve acres
cleared and in splendid condition, well
fenced and well watered, the balance well
timbered, with excellent spring of pur#
limestone water near the house. There i*
a erected a
FRAME HOUSE,
Bank Barn and all necessary outbuildings
in g,u 1 condition upon the premises. A
large orchard of choice Fruit tree* and all
the improvements and conveniences nec
e-*ary to make a comfortable home.
Term* en c v—Made known on day of a!e.
SAM L F. FOSTER.
VUDITOR S NOTICE.—In the Or
phan's Court of Centre Centre co.,
in the matter ot the estate of Elizabeth
Cerbin, dee'd The undersigned an audit
or appointed hy said Court t>> make distri
bution of the balance in the hands of the
administration, will attend to the duties
of hit appointment, at his office in Belle
fonte, on Friday the lhlh day of Nov..
1876, at on* o'clock, p. m. when all per
sons interested tuav if thev -ee proper at
tend J. n. MORRISON.
NOT. 4 3t Auditor.
4DM IN I3TR A TORS' N OTICE
Letters of administration on the estate of
Daniel Kim port, late of Harris twp, dee'd,
bavii g been granted to the undersigned,
all persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to said decedent are requested to
make immediate payment, and persons
having claims against the estate will pre
sent them authenticated for settlement.
DAVID KIMI'OKT.
Nov 5 Ct Adm'r.
QHBirr 8 BALIS -
By virtue of sundry writs ot Fieri Fa
cias, Levari Facias and Venditioni Ex
ponas, t me directed, there will be expos
ed to public sale at the Court House, on
Friday, the 19th day of November, 1876,
at one o'clock, p. in., the following de
scribed real estate to wit 7
All t! at certa in tract • f land situato in
H ward Township. Centre co. Bounded
on the west by land of Christian Bowers,
on the north by land of said Bower* and
James Ar.tes, ea-t by land of Samuel
Fletcher and on the south hy land of Cur
tin's heirs, containing lt>4 acres, more or
less, thereon erected a two story frame
dw.-lling house, bauk barn and other out
buildings. Seized taken in execution and
to be sold as the property of T. J ■ buakle,
ALSO.
All the defendant's interest in and to
all that certain tract of land situate in
Spring twp, Centre co. Bounded on the
south by land of Philip Flory, west by
land of Win. A Thomas' heirs, north by
land of Samuel Null and east by land of
Adam Swart*. containing 834 acres more
or !ei, thereon erected a two story frame
dwoHmg htuse bank barn and otner out
buildings fiacd taken in execution and
to be sold as the property of lsaaa Miner
ALSO,
All that certa n tract of land situate in
Tavlor twp. Centre co. Bounded on the
south bv land of John Hunter, west by
land of David Weaver, on the north by
the Allegheny Mountains and on the east
by land of George Sharrar, containing 70
acreo more or less, thereon erected two
small dw.-li:.g houses, barn Ac. Seized
taken in execution a*d to lo c-U as the
property of T. G. Moore.
A LSO,
All defendant's interest in and to all
that certain lot of ground situate in Union
twp. Centre co Bounded on the south by
land of Wallace Reese, west by land of
Wtu. Hugg, north end east by land of
Ge' rgo o[-i.ep, containing 2 acres and 29
parches more or leu, thai eon erected a
two story frame bouse add other outbuild
ings. Seised taken in execution and to be
t Id a the property of James Witherite.
ALSO.
All the right title and interest of defend
ant in and t<> all that certain niesuage ten
ement of trapt of Lnd ailuate in Walker
twp. Centre co. BouudgiJ en the north by
public road leading from the junctivo to
Bellefonte, west by land of Michael Shaf
fer, south bv land "f Jacob Keher and east
by land of B. S Winkleman. containing
JO lie re- more or less, thereon erected a two
it iiy frame Hotel building, stable and oth
er outbuilding*. Seized taken in execu
tion and to be sold as tho ptojjprtv of WU
liam Robb.
A LSO,
All those two following described lots of
cround situate in Ferguson twp. Centre co.
BoueJcil on the north by land of Michael
Rider east bv an alley, south by street
and west bv' M<xlioui*i Church lot; con
taining 100 feet front on sajd street and 150
ft back to land o# Michael Rider, thereon
erected a two story frame dwelling house,
18x30 ft. with kitchen attached, 10x22 ft
Seized taken In execution and to bo sold
as tho property of Jen-raiah Kyer.
All defendant's interest in and to all that
c /r*-in lot of ground situate in Harris twp,
Centre co " Miuded on the South by land
ot James Glenn, east and north by lands
of Mr Henderson, on the west by land ol
Mrs E*y. containing about 3 acres more
orbs-, thereon erbejed e t two storv plank
dwelling hu<\ stable afjd Ojber out
buildings. Seized taken in execution slid
to b" sold of the property of Damol Mus
scr.
A I.SO,
All defendant - * intercat in and to all
that certain tract of land iluato in Mile*
twp. Centre co. Bounded on the north bv
land ol R. 11 Slrohecker, wel and outti
hy land of Daniel Shull, eat by land of
Jeremiah Walker, containing I D acre*
more or le, about HV ai-re* cleared, there
on erected a amall dwelling home and ta
ble. Seiaed taken in execution and to be
Sold a* the property of Deo. Swint.
ALSO.
All defendant'* inirreal in and to all
ihote four certain lot* of ground iluata lu
Dnionville horo Union twp, Centra co
vir Lot* No. 3, 1. 17 and IS and part of
Ne 16, in the general plan of aaid horo.
Lot* No 17 and IS bounded on the outh
hy Union street, et. Main Ueet. north
I%v Towuihi|i woil bv ll V lJ#
No. iumtulctl on tho \\ l hy M*iu l,
•outh by Union *troot. by ol .No Jo.
turth by*AlUfhtny troot. 1 art * Jot
No !o bownilei! on lha wavt by 10l No. 10,
a.>uth hy Union .treet, ea*t h.r balance ol
lot No. 16, north hy Allegheny alie.l
N* ,i on the *iulh hy -\ 1 lr|ihon v
• treut, eal hy lot No J, north by High
• treet and weal hv an alley, thereon i re. t
r.l a large Hotel building, large .hed uiut
ether outbuilding Seiaed taken in execu
tion and to he old a* the property of Dee
Taylor.
A LSD,
All tho*etwo following deacribod tract*
i.f land one therool ailuate in llarria twp,
Centre co. Beginning at a post and run
ning along land l Geo. Shoneberger, N
M ' wcat 15 perches to W. (.thence uhmg
land of A A Henderson. *->uth 66°, .
yj perches to ttone*. thence ulong land ol
John liaison, S 75t'.*> four tenths per.
to W. D , thence S ck'T , W 7 perche* to
stonoa, thence S. '.'7 l, K. l'.'J perchea to
stone*, thence along land oflieorgeShono.
herger N 7*J°. K t'll perche* to •tone*,
them e N 274". W 77 four fifth* )rehe to
W. (.) Stuuip, thence N tiSl", K 13 perch
e* to stonea, thence along land of Joaeph
M yer N 'J7°. W '.*H perches topoat.thenca
N t>iF, K four firth* perche* to t>o*t,
thence •> . W 53 perche* to place ol be
ginning, containing 147 acrra, thereon
erected a two story trauie dwelling houie
bank barn and otlu r outbuilding-
The other tract situate in Ferguaon twp.
Centre co. Bounded as follows Begin
ning at a stone, thence hy land of John
Stoker S 291", K 300 p relies to W. O .
thence S tHU'. W lOStwo fifth* perche* t
stones, thence by land of John Ouheen, N
'Mm perchui ti sloiiN, thono© by l*Uu
of S. M Williams, N t-6) . W KX two
tifth* perche* to the place of beginning,
containing "AfJ acres, thereon erected a
stone dwelling house, baru and other out
buildings, also a good orchard, Sei.-.ed
taken in execution and to be sold as the
property of Johu 1! Mc\\ illiatus.
A LSU,
All that certain tract of land situate in
Ferguson twp, Centre co Bounded i>n
the N by land of Samuel Harpsler and
James Oatea. K by land of Michael Kian
and John Snyder, S by land ol Shorb,
Stewart A Co.* and W by land of Jamee
Kcs heirs, containing 150 acre*, 60 acres
tiuiberland more or less, thereon erected a
two story frauie dwelling house, bank
barn, and other outbuildings MeUed tak
en in execution and to be sold as the prop
erty of John Kllenbergcr
ALSO,
All that certain lot of ground situate in
llain twjs , Centre county, Pa., in the
town of Boal-burg Bounded north by
Pine street, east by lot of Mr. Kiddle,
south by an aliey, west by lot of David
F,slier, and numbered in the plan of said
town, as lot No 11. containing lof an acre.
Thereon erected a two story plank frame
dwelling house and other outbuildings.
Seised, taken in execution and to be > >!d
as the property of llexekiah llunimci
" ALSO,
All those two several lota of ground, one
thereof situated in the Boro or Bellefonte,
containing SO feet in breadth, fronting the
public square and extending northward
140 feet to an alley and known as the west
ern half of lot No. 51 in lb# general plan of
-aid Boro. The other thereof situate in
Spring twp , Centre county Pa., on the
eastern side of Bellefonte. Bounded S.
by the great road leading from Belief rite
to Jacksonville, east by lot of James Me.
Manus, north by land of James Arniur
west by lot of Sam'! Harris, containing
acre*, together with the buildings etc.
Seized, taken in execution and to be sold
as the property of John M Callister.
ALSO,
All those several lots of ground situate in
Huston twp. Centre county Pa Onotherc
of situate at Julian Furnace, bounded N.
by railroad, E. by creek, S. by Diamond
and M". by street containing i of aa acre,
thereon erected a large hotel building stas
blipg nd other outbuildings Another
thereof, bounded south by llld Eagle
creek, east by H BtcbarJ, north by land
of John Kline and Thomas llartridge,
west by John Kline, containing 4'J acre*,
more or less, about 15 acres cleared, there
on erected a frame dwelling house, log
Dara and other outbuilding*. The other
thereof, bounded on south hv land < ! Jno.
B Mattern. west by land of P B Wilaon,
north bv land of fleorge Brown, aat by
land of John Kline, containing C acres
more or leas, no buildings. Seised, taken
in execution and to be sold as the property
of K W. Hicbards.
ALSO,
Ail those thirteen tracts > f land situate in
Hustou and B„h twj> Centre county Pa.
one thereof in the warrantee naiue of o*.
TiJ Berringer. containing 483 acre*. I&S
perches, another thereof in the warrant. #
name of W. S. Lattimrr containing 433
acres and 108 per., another thereof in the
warrantee natne of James (J'.ontwortb con
taining 366 acres and 158 per. another
ttiereof in the warrantee name of Kd ward
M o j is ton containing 433 acres and 163 per.
another thorcof in the warranltco name of
Geo. LatUmcr containing ol acre, and
163 per. another thereof in the warrantee
name of Andrew Armstrong containing
379 acres and 10 per. another thereof in the
warrantee name of Sharps I>e!any con
taining 433 acres and 153 pe-che. another
thereof in the warrantee name of Wm Mc
pherson containing 168 acres and 03 per.
anothvi thereof in the warrantee name ot
J no Price containing 4i.t acres an f Caper,
another thereof in the warrantee name of
Jas Baxter containing 866 acres 10 per. and
the other thereof in the warrantee nsmcof
John Uollington conUining 433 acres 163
tier, containing in all five thousand one
hundred and ninety-five acres more or
less. No improvements.
A J.SO,
Alt that certain IfAct of situate in
Burnside twp. Centre county Pa. Bound
ed on the east and west by land of ltu
dolph Mulholland. north and south bv
land of the heirs of Reuben C. Ilnlcdec'd,
containing about GO acres more or less,
thereon ercrtcd a two story plank frame
dwelling uo M .C. '< £ ham and other out
buildings Meiaod. taken in execution and
to be sold us the property of Jacob Walk
er.
ALSO,
All that certain tract of land situate in
Union twp . Centre county, bounded south
by land of Win Smith and Shull, east
bv land of Aaron l|a!l, north by land of
Foster Lilcas and West by land of David
Hall, conUining 100 acres >ore or lass,
about 40 acres cleared, thereon erected a
frame house, log barn, wagon shed and
other outbuildings. feteiacd, taken in axe.
culion and to he sold at tho proporty of
Archibald A Stiver.
ALSO.
All the right, title and interest of J. A
Winters in and to a certain lot of ground
situate in the B >ro of Unionville. Centre
onunty. bounded on tho southeast by lot of
Tili-a burton, southwest by street, north
west by lot of Presbyterian pr#opago etc,
northeast by an nlley, containing f of an
acre more or !*"-*, thereon erected a two
*t.- t y frame dwelling house, stable and oth
er outbuildings. Seized, taken in execu
tion and to be sold as the property of J. A.
Winter*.
A LBO,
All defendants Interest in and to all that
certain lot of ground situate in liberty twp
Centre county, hounded on the north hy
lot of Elizabeth Koon*. weit by street,
north by land of Frank Stover and east by
an alley, containing till feet front on taid
•treel and extending back I'Al ft to taal al
loy. thereon erected a two *tory frame
house, etc. Seiaed, taken in execution and
to he sold as the property of Charlei Bola
pun.
SUKHIU'R OSRI K ) 11 F, SHAFFER,
Itellefonle, - Sheriff.
November 2nd. 1870. J Nov. 4.
A DMINISTKATOR S NOTICE
TTetteis of niltninittration on the estate
of Jacob Moose, lato of I'otler twp., dee'd,
having boon granted to tlie undersigned,
all person* knowing themselves to be In
debted to *ald ifeccdelit are re<tuo*ted to
make immediate payment, and person*
having i latin- against the autate will pre
sent llirin authenticated for settlement.
J<HN SHANNON,
Oct 21 Cl Adui'r.
The undersigned. Administrators of the
Estate ot R W Jamison, lale of Juniata
c.unity, dee d, will, by virtue of an order
of the Orphan'* Court of Centre county,
expose the following described real estate,
situate in I'olUr township, Centre county,
to public tale, on the prcmites, at -
o'clock I* M , on
Friday, November &th, 1X75.
l'lie undivided onv-half Part of a tract
of land, bounded by lanui of Elizabeth
Dnckerl on the east, Andrew Grage on the
south, Henry Saukey on the wu*t. and
Joseph Carson on tho north, containing
about
123 ACRES,
more or less having theroon erected a
Got ID FRAME HOUSE ot large size,
Bank Barn, and good outbuildings. The
whole of this laud i* now under cultivation
and is an excellent Duality of arable land.
There is a good Apple Orchard on the
premise*, and also a fine assortment of oth
er fruits.
l itis laud is eligibly situated, about one
mile northeast of I'otler'a Bank, and in
close proximity to churches, schools and
stores Terms will he made known on
day of sale. JOHN MoTZER,
LOl'lS K ATKINSON,
Oct T ,\dminiftrator.
Valuable Farm for Sale.
The line and highly productive Farm of
the undersigned, situate on the turnpike,
about 1 mile west of Spring Mills, is offer
ed at private sale. It contain* about
180 ACRES OF LAND,
under a high state of cultivation, and the
gr atet part under post and rail fence, with
ali else lu the best urder.
A large Iw.. story FRAME lIOUSK,-
LARGE BARN, and all necessary Out
buildings on the premises. All the build
ings are good as new. and the house has
recently been paperwl and painted on thr:
inside. It is one of the most desirably 10-1
catcd farms in Centre county, being but 1
mile from the railroad station, convenient
lo churches, schools, stores and mills. An
abundar.ee of good Timber a!*o conveni
ent. For further information address
J A MK-S I. FOUSTER.
16 sept tf. Akron, Ohio.
I LI X L K R Y~t; 00 I)^
nr*. X. E. McEXTIKE, '
PomuF# MILL*,
has iusl U-turned from Philadelphia, with! I
lha latest style* of Straw Silk and fancy
Hats, B *iinets, Ac., Velvets, Flowers
Crapes, .'-ilk Goods, Feathers, Blondes.
Kibbnns Rut ties, Braids, Ornaments. Ac '
A full line of *ll tho Utust stylo* ol Mtliin->
cry G--,ds, which will bo sold at the low-jj
est prices. Filie lias one of the best tnillin-,
ers in her employ. I
and Bonnets re'.rimed in the '
late-t stvie."At Oct 21, 2m. •'
LULL OPENING OF
Bonnets. Trimmings. Millinery.'
AT . . j]
Mi*s I.ucy Deiuiogcr'a, ,
IN CENTRE HALL,
who hat jut returned froip Philadelphia.
WITH THE LATEST FASHIONS, AND
complete stock of New Bonnet*, new Hat*,
elrgant Trimming*. &c, which will be
old or made up. at ri-a> tiab'e price*. Al
so, old ladie* Dre>* Cap*.
I h* new *tyle* arc Vt ry pretty-A*
Ladie* uaii and ea them early rirt
come, first served- Oct 2s 4L
pieisni s nortecs—
l ha following account* hav* been exam
ined and paa*e>{ by ra* and remain filed
of Record in ibis office for lha inspection
of h*ir*. legatee*, creditors and alfolber*
many way interest*-!, sr ,d will ba present
-J to the Orphan * Court of Centre co.. on
Wednesday. 24th day of Nov A. D. 1876,
for allowance and confirmation.
The account of J B Lcitxel, aJiuinislra
tor of all and inguiar, the good* and chat
lle right* and credit* which were of Phil
ip Leitzel lato of Gregg twp, Centre co
uee'd.
Tbe account of A mot E Clem*on, guar
dian of Amelia li*y, one of the children ot
David Ray late of Centra co. dee'd.
The account of Aran* E CU-nntm, ad
minialralor of all an.i singular the good*
Ac. which were of Mary Ann Gates late
of Ferguaon tap. Centre co. dee d
Tho account of John B. Heckiuan, ad
ministrator of all and singular the good>
and ehaitlc* rights and credit* which were
of Eii;abth }{cckmnh lale of Gregg twp,
dee'd-
First partial account of Joshua Potter
and John Kiahei, executor* in tho last will
anil te-tamcnt of Peter Durst lato of Potter
twp. Centre co. dee'd.
The first partial account of Elias Confer,
executor in the last will and testament of
Solomon Confer lato of Pens twp, Centre
co. dee'd.
Tho account -1 lfcnry Brockerhoff, ad
ministrator ef all and singular tho goods
which were of George Cliambrige latetof
Bcilefonte. Centre co. dee d.
The account ufSamiel Gilliland, admin
istrator of Daniel Shuey late of Harris twp.
dee'd.
The third account of Josiah Neff. execu
tor of the totals of John M eff late of Potter
twp, Centre co. dee'd.
The account of Joseph A. ltankin, exe
cutor in the last will and testament of Jer
emiah Rankin late of Potter twp, Centre
co. dee d.
The fsrst partial account of Jacob Gray,
George W Elder and John A Hunter, ad
ministrator of Robert Elder lale of Half
moon twp, Jed d
The account of J> eph F. Williams, guar
dian of Peter Spoils and Newton Spotts,
minor children of John Spoils into of
Huston twp, Centre co.
The first partial account of Georgo W
Eltle, administrators, cume testo niento
XIII-XO <>f Jacob B Ettlo late of Bellcfontc.
Tin- final aec- unt of Jesse L Test, exe
cutor of tho last will and testament of Jos
eph Booth late of Philip-burg
Register's ofllco ) J. H, MORRISON,
Oct 22 18f J li&gistur.
A Jcranton thi*f, datoctad in stealina
• a revolver, fled into a Catholic church,
• aJ was arrested while knealing in front
' of tho altar, pretending to he praying. The
Istolen pistol was found under a eat near
l whole he I>licit.
Scribner's Monthly for 1876
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> > u(aug of lit* altiai tlo •rtltflw •*■ ur*l for Kvitt*a*#i •
,; utiKiiili. fur in* luiuiea i" I" "•* *•>< ' oUuu.
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■TWO REMARKABLY SERIAL
STORIES
Dy American Authors.
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ee OOririOy.
MY BRET. HARTE
Iti-ginaiu the November NtftnLer,
■ 1 Uiivt Mill tea tor !•!>• muutlo TWI UMr Mart*'*
am MUiuloat Ov.ak Tb at—aa*eedukmeMw.abu*
1 iba tulliuf tw abvutt fme bu lawtrtlo IwJ, 1-aJllut
•la. MO ualutod ■ILI.ubMuWIaU' .I.WUAOOO MI4 I taw
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■ rocunl of OOAL* t '.llfofUU llfo Uwt HAT o |V|MOD.
1 WO allot I OTOM HA#lu In Iho Jauuafj NUUIHOL,
PHILIP KOLAX'S Ml ENDS,
Or. Bhow Your Passports."
It) F.dwnrd l.tcri'll lluli'.
1 ito mm of ItoU Mury U Übl In lit* Ko4ilh iMterti
lfrttory, uw forming tb hlatma # l*zuUi** ud
UtM.ll the urn* of A*r>.* Mu.l U <l*f
*. ii* iird m • •*< u.* nUKR m mam Amirtm, IM
I i eut It. ud Ht' hiNUiUli, aid Utit tooutl uf (JiMf ad
• •a.tuix.ua lire# main* • tlury of lulcuam at.d uufUg
*in* inteiMt tKrotigbou!
<|A Farmer's"Second Vacation,"
1 liy Col. Oeutw K. Waring, Jr.
i'-al \A •tug ta ' lu hu#*| vUGIUx* la a ram
boat ride of lo bundled And flftf Uilie*, one of the
' uiieet fertile *nd H.teieetiug t the flue growing *I
. lv>e of fcuruf* Tuu mond fait— of p+yv t-t-ialmmm
to t*# even naorw Ittlereeliug th*n U*t ith wftfartt our
rntlcri arm aliradj Uuriiui
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Edited by John Vance Cheney.
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1 frvui al.'iaaiu lha haaiia uf lha doauaudama ol Col
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. raad aallh a laia lallah la ruuuutliua ullh Uia l.aaua
•I*l celebration of lh (Mf
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WntUin reet et by their friend*. will BMOar du
Hug the jmar The revived inter**! la college Uf®
wiekee theee tafer CIM*. tally timely nod wIU MCII re
1 fur ILetu euuau*! nllenUon
OLD A EH' YORK.
Elegantly illutr*led *rUUu* oh Old New York. b>
i John 1 Mine* will hi'iM**rat ooce, and will atirart
the attention of all. •• etlf or rountn, who mark with
tote**t Urn of ike gtali thcUopulu. and
•£•> tioualeJy I ernemher the cjuaint pec ul lartUe* of IU
eldeli time
Kvery number la profu*ely illustrated, thus enabling
ua to give our deacilpllve aud narrative artu le* an ta
let eat aud pertuaiseul value never at lain ed in * u* il
iuat ratcvW'ciitdi al t'nder it* aceuatomed manage
men! Ikehmasaii.t will ta Ike future be detoied. a* II
Ua* t #n te the paal.tu aound literature and C krutiaa
prugreaa
'1 lie Fdllurlal l>-purliii'iilM.
uccutiv over twenty page* of each number and contain
l>r rfollaad'* vtgonm* and ttmeljr edttorlaU, a* well
aa Ket tw* of the Uteel walk* in Art, Lltgr*tar and
rkiwftgg.
TF.IIMN t
14 00 e yeer ; SS cent* * X umber.
Tba lu aula, I.uai.ialu, NUA, HF.V. 10 Oct. MTI bound
ta inaroua cloth fSMb
do do l>ouuil In half norocoo k)W
Vol* begin In November and May Any of the ear
Iter volume* (I to VI! 1' will be supplied ee|*erete)y to
part lee wh. wuh them to complete arle at thla rate I • ,
cb'Qi 17 uu half morocco, AlUi<
BikmhM.tßlUi AMI Tom M ANTRKS will be .111
plied el rale* Ural will cunilie them to fill any uf u*e
above offer*.
hubarr ibera will pleaee remit in I* O If oner Order*
or In Hank * beck* or t> regt*U>v*d hUn* lftoney in
U+iaca nof I*i *1 ondrji ri*V
ttCKIHNRR k OO
:U it roadway ff V
y £M;VD;V^
NEW
Tile Manufactory.
WOODWARD, J'A.
The untieraignt-il )*n upen<l • new Tile
Shop Cor manufacturing eli kind* of Tile*
Pertuu* wiahing to drain off their lend
will pirate cell end examine our .lock, a
wr make the round and a!o the bortethori
tile.
I For (ample celt at the Reporter ofllco j
l YEN ADA A SON.
-1 Oct 3m. VVood ward.
irni> riT?O vox PALL VLAHTIVO
I la 11. 14 > run end t.trr.au.rh.
A ItUliV t" ! Tro>. Feergrtto*.
Urcaatenul Shruh,
fit tn bin g fiipU, Unpft, Currants.
|(iOoeherrie, Mrawherru-a. Kaapherrieai
and other ameil FruiU, Aiperegu*, Rhu
harb' Ac.
SEEDS FOB FALL SOWING. < ]
XOO/IC
I Orchard. Kv Blue. 11. rd-OUL/ll O
•Rod Top). Clorer, Timothy J
iatid i'ther (Jreai Seed* ; Turnip Seed* of alii
kind*; Vegetable aid Flower Seed* ; :
Hodge and tree Seed* BULBS—lira-;
cinth*. Tulit** Urocu*. Lilie*. and lterj
I Bulb* for Fall planting lloruuuliurall
(cd, Oola. \Vatr, Ac Send for'
pn. a lut, or enclo> Boc for full it!ulraled j
[Catalogue. Addre**
EDW DJ. EVANS A CO.,
Nuraerymen and Sccdtman, Y'ork, Pa
I'.' aug 3m.
Simon Haines*
CENTRE iiALL.
Manufacturer of
Carriage.. ,
llugglee.
H ngoiiM, Ac,
Of otery doacrintion ; running gear for '
•li kind* ot rtbit.c*. made to order, and it.
flr*tcla** manner. Being a practical me-
I would WARRANT ALL i
\N URK to give atifaction. Repairing
promptly attended to at the lowed rale*.
Undertaking,
Coffins of ill sly lea !
made on ihortot notice. The buainea*
of undertaking attended to in all it*
hranche*. Keapectfully aolicita a haro of 1
public patronage. 1* aept y
GREAT B A ROANE AT THE HARD
\\ ARE STOKE OF
J A RUNKLE & BRO.,
Millhelm, Pa.,
W IK'LIAXL* AND KKTAIL DEALER* IS
IIE AVV &S H ELF IIA RI)WA KE,
They have just returned from tho Eastern
Cities, whero they liavo purchased a well
selected slock of
HARDWARE. CUTLER v, laos. NAILS.
OIL*, PAIWT*, VARMMUK*, PcfTT.
11U1LDERS A 00 A CUM A KERS
GOODS.
Plasterer* and Masons,
Saddlers, Shoemaker*,
Housekeepers, and in fact,
HARDWARE FOR EVERYBODY.
Wo call particular attention to a fine as
-ortmunt ol picture Frame* and Moulding,
very cboap.
WALL d WINDOW FArER
And Curtain Fixture* of every kiud,
COACH and WAGQN-M AKSBS— Your
attention is oalutd lo our stoek of Spoke*,
Hubs, Felloes, Shafts, l'ules and liuggy
Wheels, all of No. 1 quality and soiling ve
ry cheap. Our stock is large, and con
-iantly being renewed, and we are selling
—wholesale and retail—at very low price*.
Remember—much money has hffen lost by
paying too much for Hardware
They buy for cash and soil at Ca-h Prices
for lc*s profit than any other Hardware
Store in the County.
jr*~Call and see us. Satii action guar
anteed.
J. A. RUNKLE Si BRO
•ug 27-y 74
FARMERS AND DAIRVMEN.
The long end of the fttbt it iiutertrd in the
cou't tent*, when the wit/i will Jiow, without
the aid of the hand*.
Tho attention of Dairyman is called to
tho above cut, which represents a SIL
VKR MILKING TUBE, hy which more
than half the time and labor of milking
cows is saved. Four tubes to a set, which
will bo sunt postpaid to all parts of the
country on recoiptofTwo Dollars per set
An Agent is wanted in every county, to
whom a liberal discount will bo ultowed.
Address the inanufHcturor.
GEORGE P. PILLING,
701 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia
is*. All kinds of Socrct Society work,
Jewels, Emblems, Badges und Silverware
genetaily.
Diplomas awarded nl the Berks, Mont
fomery, Chester and Bucks County Fairs
'or tcstinii'iiiuls see the Practical Fariuei
for September aud October. Send for cir
cularij. TocUtm,
Tube* can be *oen at (kf Ilvpyrter plfict
art omntftl,
' STORE, NEW GOODS AND
Panic Prices.
11. A. ÜBKHIKK.
at the old Centre Hill stand.
Juitopening .Stock of
'NEW GOODS,
J OLI) FABH ION ED PRICES!
M A largo variety of
1 Izßtlie* Drca* Good*
Great Bargains in
Mualin* ami t'alicoea
Rcady-niada Clothing
Wnrranleti to Suit
His Cloths and Cassimers,
Onut b excelled
2 His Grocery Department,
1 Astonishes every one in e**ortmenl and low
k pricee. ... |
Syrup, Hujjur, Tn, ( itoiifJ fruita,
? Domestic- and Foreign FruiU, Clieese, .
' and every other article belong- (
big to the Grocery Depart
mint
2 •*- Farmer*. Mechanic* and Laborers
• look lo your interest One dollar saved L
J a dollar fit |>cket. Then call and aee at
t what astonishingly low prices.
I( trouble to ahow Goods "At
Also the choicest FAMILY FLOI M al
ways on hand, Apr. 18, y.
Miller & Son,
CENTRE HALL, PA.
DEALERS IN
PURE DRV US
V AND MEDICINES,
- CUEMK'ALS, OILS, DYE STUFFS,
FEKFUMEItY. NOTIONS,
* FANCY ARTICLES
FOR THE TOILET,
. Ac..&r.,Ac.
• PIKE WIRE AND LIQIOKN,
for medicinal purposes.
Tru*aen ft* Supporter* in great variety,
j Alao, choice
1 CIGARS AXI> TOBACCO.
2 and all other articles kept in a
first class Drug Store.
? Prescriptions carefully Compounded.
I Pet tf MILLER i SON
It
It
Headquarter* for Boot* aud Shoe* J
P 0 W E It S'
* BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
v
I Opposite Bush House,
BELLEFONTE, PA.
Powers' Root * Bboe Store Is tbe largest
' t and boat stocked establishment in Centre
County.
He keep* constantly on hand a full
line of
IIOOTN A \ I> H II O E H.
| He is iust opening the largest stock of
Spring Goods ever brought to Bellefer.le.
y) t u H d 1 3
for ladies, kept constantly on band. <
> Bool* and Shoe* for mn and women, of
•11 styles, quality and prices, from the .
I most coatly to the cheapest, constantly
i ; kept on hand.
WE DEFY COMPETITION !
either iu quality or prices. Call and
|exatniue his new stock of Spring and
i Summer Goods, aud you will iind it
' to your advantage. Apr2lly.
" NEW YORK
BRANCH STORK,
McClain's Block, Directly Opp. Rush
' House,
Bellefbnte, Pa.
|H. HERMAN d CO., Prop'rw.
Dry Goods,
HOSIERY, LINENS, EMBROID-j
ERIES, WHITE GOODS, LA
CES, NOTIONS A FAN
CY GOODS,
STRICTLY FIEST-CLAIS GOODS.
liclow the I'sual Prices. 1
Novl2.tf.
r a. vrtLaoa. c. *. arcs*. n. a. mca* 1
WILSON & HICKS,
WBOLKSALK AND KKTAIL HARD
WARE DEA LEKB.
IRON, PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, AC.
Builders Hardware
i
COACH MAKERS GOODS.
CABINET MAKER S STOCK.
Stoves of All Elinds. v
i
CHILDREN'S BUGGIES, 5
r
WAGGONS. CARTS, &C. '
i
YYILwON A IIICK3. ['
Bellcfontc, Pa. t .
NOTICE.—We will *e!l to rcpon*ible
men on three month* credit. Will take j
off 6 per cent for ca*li which i equal to 20 t
per cent. Per annum. It will nay tho pur- a
chaser to borrow at 10 from other rartie,
if bo can tare iu buying from m>. In tbi# n
way we can turn our money and *ell low- -
er. Mar 16. tf. i
JOHN CAMP'S
Furniture Rooms,
MILROY, MIFFLIN 00., PA. . |j
Extension Tablos.
Chamber Suits, ft
Finedc Common Furniture, o
ConUting in part of BUREAUS, BED
STEADS, CAIN and WOOD SEAT
CHAIRS. (
The public generally arc invited to call
and *re the fine ncorttyi*At of FUKNI- a
TUUI to U found at tlic übove c*labli*h- o
ment, all ot our own Manufacture, T
Undertaking in all iu kranvhea,
Collins, Caskets mid Shrouds. : J
Having purchased an elegant llearae, I
will nt*enil all order* of undertaking I n
may receive from Pcnnavalley, Centre Co. .
Pa. JOHN CAMP. 1
Jan 28 tf, <1
BUY YOUR DRUGS FROM
RANKIN'S
I) vii £ St or e,"
SEXT DOOR TO THU DESCHKER OUH E
STORE.)
FUESII AND CHEAP t b ,
n
JOHN F. POTTER, Attorney-.t-Law u
Collection* promptly made and r<
special attention given to those having pi
lands or property for sale. Will draw u| n<
and have acknowledged Deeds, Mortgages, .
Ac. Ofllco in the diamond, north side o
the court houao, Bcilefonte. oet22 , tilt< Jj
JAS. M' MAN US, Attorney at Law;
Bcilefonte, nromptly attend* to all 1
hutiaess entrusted to him. jui2,'6f , t
BEATTY |
THE BEST IN USE. >o"end stami Y
for Ciroular. DANLEL F. BEATTY.
Washington, Now Jersey.
IjISTRAY.— Came to the premises of the is
J undersigned in the mountains on the tl
south side of Gregg township, about foui p
weeks ago, a red steer witli some white on v
the belly, and übout 2 years old. The p
owner is requested to come and prove prop- a:
arty, pay costs and remove the same. li
l litZKKKY, r,
to
1 dPA. Pumps Of All kii.dsl
Jf%W nj Steam & Notary Pumps
" • — m FOR MINES,
l\ Deep Well Pumps,
'F/i\ J Cistern Pumps,
<4Sr v AntJ-Frezing Pumps;
u tiooti a A AA A 5 H * hAA n rrrrrr jnn MM
kia f"".H l Ml- 4
(MKte a a mum** r If r *■ MHMw
I rinits, 111 (INS
OF ALL|KINDB.
Gum Hone <&[ Packing* Bell and Brass
F'oundc-rs, and Manufacturers of the CELEBRATED
Sheriff Patent Steam Syphon Pump.
l&Jiendfor illustrated catalogue and price liat ~&t
J. B. SHERIFF & SON,
M WATER Nt.,AMUt Avenae.
23 P' ly. FETTIBIKtiH, FA.
SHORT LID GE & CO, COAL, LIME, dec.,
WILLIAM SfIOKTLIDok. BOND VALINTINI
SHORTLIDGE & CO.,
Burner* and Shipper* of the celebrated
Be lie font e
I WIHiHHEi ILHIMIE. ;
Dealers in the very beet gradee of
iAWuttM^'co^Li
The only dealer* in Centre County who aell the
W I Li K E; SI B A 111 Hi E CI 01 Ai L
from the old Baltimore mine*. Also
Sll AMOK IN AND OTHEK GRADES
of Anthracite Coal dryly boused expressly for bouse use. at lb* lowest prises
DEALERS I J JV.
They pay the highest prices in cash or grain that the Eastern markets will afar*.
WHEAT,
CORN,
RYE,
OATS,
CLOVER SEED &C.,
Bought or will be sold on commission desired, and full prices guaranteed. laa
formation concerning the grain trade will be furnished at all tunes to farmer.
with pleasure, free of charge.
. %
RIFLE and BLASTING POWDER.
FIRE BRICK AND GROUND FIRE CLAY.
DEALERS IN: •
CAYUGA GROUND PLASTER.
which is always sold at low prices, and warranted to be at good a fertiliser aa at
other plaster.
<om©2 <A3)D USD
NEAR SOUTH END B. E. VALLEY R. R. DEPOT,
BELLEFOm. PA.
Excelsior Cement- l-
The wndorsigncd now manufacture* Ce!"
ment WARRANTED OF ASVPERIOR
QUALITY, at h>* kiln*, near Pin*
Creek Mill*, in Haine* twp. Thi* cement
ha* already been used in Urge Quantities
upon the L. C. A S. C. KR.,*nd ha* been
found highly satisfactory upon all job*
where it ha* been used, and a* equal to ,
nr now manufavturod for u*e in CIB
i'ERNS, WATER PIPES, or whatevw
purpose a (food quality of Cement i* de*i- (
rable. Thi* Cement ha* already been
tented far and wide, and rendered the ut- ,
most satisfaction. Persons, therefore eon -
■tructinc Cistern*, laying Water P ipea,
Ac., will find it to their advantage lo beari
this in mind, and alto, that he warrant* the
article a* represented.
J. G. MEYER, (
"'ay 21.tf Aaronsburg, Pa!
W. A. CURRY,L
<& t
CE.\TKi:iI(LL.PA.
Would most respectfully inform the cit (
cent of thi* vicinity, that he has darted a
new Hoot aud Xhoe Shop, and would be 1
hankful for a share of the public patroa
ige. Hoots and Shoe* made to order and
sccording to style, and warrant* his work
'to equal any made elsewhere. All kind*
nf repairing done, and charge* reasonable-
Sire him a call. frb 13 ly
Chai h7 Held,
nttrk.WmcliinakrrA Jeweler
Millbt'ita, Centre Co., Pa.
ill kinds of docks, Watches and Jewelryj
if the latest style*, a* also the Maranville!,
I Htut Calender Clocks, provided vrilfc •)
complete index of the month, and day of:*
he month and woek on it* face, which i*:i
a'arranted as a perfeot time-keeper. a
Watches and Jewelry re- s
naired on abort notice and warranto**. c
BKATTY *■*•
WEIGHS WHEN BOXED OVER ONE 5
riIOUSAND POUNDS. Liberal terms d
,o dealer*.
hW~Si>nd stamp for Circular. Address
I). F BKATTY, Washington. N. J.
BROCKERHOFF HOUSE.
BBLLEFONTK/PA. , i
E. PERKS & SON, Proprs.
This well known hotel, situate in the f
•usiness portion of the town, ha* been
.horougbly renovated, repainted and fur
tished now. It will be the aim of the pro
jrietois to make it a pleasant Uoiue for p
hose whomay favor them with their pat- w
■onage. A free carriage is run to the de- -
jot, and ill" best stables in town areoon
lected with the House. 29apr.
DF. FOKTNKY, Attorney at Law
• BoUofonta, Pa. Office over Rey
mid s bank. may 14'6y
Y~ITWANOY7ERrA ttorney-at- Law. j
J Bellefonte, Pa. Office with
duth & Yocum. Consultation in English
md German. Collection* promptly attend- k
id to. febfi-tf jk
(J UMMINQB H O U S
Bellefonte, PA.
ISAAC MILLER, Proprietor. n
The Camming* House, on Bishop street, m
s one of the pleasantest located hotels la I
.he town It has the best stable* is the I
jlace, has an excellent livesy attached and I
tvery attention will be paid guests. No I
ains will ho spared to make it a pleasant I
tud agreeable stopping place for tho pub
lie. Boarding by the day or week, and £
rate* brgd Will fUWAJI be found YJY "
nf- mn
t"4Sko
Pennsvalley
BanKing Co.
CENTRE HALL, PA
. . ..MCI?!' YE DEPOSITS,
And Allow Interest,
Discount Note
_ Buy uiMl
Government Securities, Geld andl
PETE* Horns, W. B. MnefT*
Pres't. Ceahls.
Ma.snr nnoattnao wr, i. p. *avnm
President, Quhinr.
pENTRE COUNTY BANKING C
(Late Milliken, Hoover A Co.)
RECEIVE DEPOSITS,
And Allow intereit,
Discount Notgg,
Bay and Ml,
Covernment Secu* Aiei.Goid A
aplo63tf . ' ""I IMC
jfc Blntchlny'n
J
*!•
CS9 market, by popular vsrdiet, the
best pump for the least mmw
H Attention uinvited to BlaUkley'.
tf WM Improved Bracket, the Nrep
- Jh Check Valve, which eaa he with*
sfcjKßa.drawn without distarbiag tho
and the copper ehaasher
which never creeks, scales or rusts ant
will last e Ufa time. For sale by Deals*
and the trade generally. In order to he
ur * that you get B latch ley's Pamp, he
carefbl and see that it has my trade-aafk
as above. If you do not know where to
buy, descriptive circulars, together wi*
the name and address of the agent aeare*
you, will be promptly furnished by ad
dressing, with stamp.
CHAB Q. BLATCHLBT Xaaafastarer
506 Commerce St, Fhiladelphto, Pg,
11 mar 9m.
D. M. RITTEWHOt-li^
WITH
r K "°%5£5Y. A .SSS co *
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
144 North Delaware Avenue.
147 North Water Street,
r A r™. „ . PHtLAJJK.miI.
,a * ui J.towwAß
THK AMcstaSlS
ufactured by
DANIEL DSRK, Belefonto, Penn'g.
kO-Cull and see them \btfor* pw I has top
hocr. lapejr
EiSSiSsSi!