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THE ('EN THE KEPOKTER
THURSDAY DEC- 16, UT6.
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C. V Hrai.ACBTW. Sect. W It MIMOUL. M
magnms UnsnoK. r of H. marts on Snluntn* (
tornoviWoii or after useh futt moon, *1 their Hsll.
j. j. Aaaav.
Our friends will oblige by sending u*
torn* ot local news in their locality, gt*o
us the facts only, and wo will put them in
shape, also notice* of death* and tuarti
Anv one sending us the names of six new
subscriber*, with the cash, will be entitled
to receive the RKPORTKK one year free.
The Unrealkr being read by nearly
every bodv on thi* side of the county,
where it has a larger circulation than any
two papers, will be found the best medium
for advertising business, sales, Ac. Ac
to the Reporter, rosin- |
ing outside et Centre county, should re- j
mil us 10 cents, yearly, for postage whn h j
we will Par here ; this reduces the postage i
to one half, as the sum paid by them for
ne year's postage wa -V cts
The ladies connected with the l.u, ;
church, of Centre llall. w ill hold abair. j
commencing on Friday afternoon, -ft--j
inst, and continuing until Saturday even J
ing, Christmas, lex CkkaM. Cuts ami |
FANCY ARTIII.KS will be *old upon the
occasion. Proceeds for the benefit of the
church. A cordial invitation is extended
to all. The occasion will be pleasant and
for a good cause—for the benefit of the
Mr. J. D. Murray killed a porke
latt week, weighing dressed, -tON pound*.
The school-house in the mountains,
bey end Potters Mills, was destroyed by
fire, on Thursday evening, of last week.
The fire may have originated from the
stove. T. B. M Flrwy was the teacher
This is the second time the school-build
ing iu that district was destroyed by fire
within the last 8 or 10 years.
A woman in York
row of pin* 21) years ago when "she com
menced housekeeping. and has the most of
them in use yet. Whst a careful, saring
gem of a wife, she must be —we'll bet a
pickle that if she lived in this county she'd
buy all her household necessities, such as
groceries, etc., at Burnsidcs <& Thomas,
because they sell cheapest.
At the court at Beliefoute racentiv
Judge Oreis delivered what may be justly
claimed as the shortest charge ever given
a jury. It was a sharply contested crimi
nal case, after the counsel had spoken elo
quently and long. The charge was as fol
lows: "Gentlemen of the jury.- If you
believe the testimony you will convict the
defendant. Swear a constable.''
On Tuesday of last week a large
quantity of corn was stolen from tLe crib
of A lick Koou, a short distance below this
place, and on the same night, and doubt
less by the same parties, about 2d bushels
of oats were stolen out of Wm. Bible's
Wiiiiimii Baowx.—The larg
est clothing house in America is that oftbe
firm wh. se name Leads this notice, and i*
located at :ixih and Market streets, Phila.
Ketd what they say in their advertisement
on the second page of this paper. Tbey
wi.l do all they promise, and will giveeach
purchaser a guarantee that their goods are
sold as low as possible, and then will take
ihtiu back inside of ten days if unworn
a-:d the customer is not satisfied with
the Irishman who stepped into the Belle
fonte Republican oflice, the other day, and
inquired if Mr. Atattngs was in.
Kev. A. G. Deiningcr, of East Ber
lin, York county, has been pastor of the
same church for fifty years. He is eighty
one and still officiating as minister. lie is
an ut ii*ot J. O. Deininger of Centre Hall,
and alio of B. O. Deininger at Millheim.
Y. M. C. A—Tbe Young Men'*
Christian Association of this placa arc
holding weekly meetings in tha different
churches. Friday evening has been se
lected as the evening for meeting. Tbe
last reeling was held in the chapel of the
M. E. church, and was well attended.
Several new names were added to the roll,
which now contains about fifty names. At
the lask arreting the Moody hymn book,
untitled '"Gospel llymns and sacred
Songs' 1 was introduced for use by the
association. Either at the last night oi
meeting in this year, or the first meeting
night in the new year, the association will
elect a hoard of Directors, which board
will tben select officers for the year 1876,
and determine tbe course of labor to be
pursued. All christians, who wish to join
this organization for the purpose of union
work in the Lord's vineyard, should en
deavor, if possible to come in before the
regular organizing of tbe Society, so as to
take part in tbe election, and all young
men not professors of religion, wishing to
enjoy the privileges of the association,
should also come in immediately. Let
every Active Member net fail to daily ask
God's blessing on our labors, and we ask
all christians who do not chose to join us
in our union work, for reasons best known
to themselves, to at least pray for our suc
cess. A MEMBER.
We defy any one, needing anything
in the grocery line, lo go to Secbler's. in
the Bushhouse block, ask for what is want
ftL end then say they could not gel it.
Any thing in season will be found in their
Store The best article too, is what they
always keep. In best order and quality.
There is.gMvt a better regulated grocery be
tween the north and south poles, nr in
New Jersey. Just go into Secbler's and
look around—it is a veritable museum in
tbe grocery line, so complete in every de
partment It is nr. institution of which
good ekl Centre can well feel proud—the
store and the men in it. If ever a history
of Centre county should be published, the
work aftlf be a fraud and a humbug if
Sechler's wonderful grocery does not re
ct-ive a large share of attention in it—all of
which "tt abundantly deserves. Go and see
The Odd Fellows of this place will
dedicate tlicir new hall, dn 24 int, with
appropriate ceremonies. Prominent uiem
bet's from a distance will be present and
deliver addresses. The Boalsburg Band
has a!#o keen engaged, and parade in ful>
rega'ia will be had.
Wo-enter volume 9 with the commence
ment of 1576 and ere reviling our list and
; ending out acconrila to all who owe sever
al years subscription, and shall feel oblig
od to strike off the names of all who refuse
to pay arrears before January Ist, next
We can not send the Reporter year upon
year without pay. We must puy Cash iuj
paper, work and material, hence the read
er who is in arrears will see how important
it is to mail us the amount due. A news
paper cannot be published without money
We teust, therefore that those who have
been lifting the Reporter regularly, every
week for two or more years, willl feel that
it is but simple justicetowards us to pay up
new Golden Tongue Organ, one
of the finest toned instruments mude, for
sale at this office. Also a ltynder organ,
good as new. Either of these instruments
offered at a bargain.
' If you wish a first class sewing ma
. bjne, -buy of Bunnell
fc Aiken, Jfilroy. ?ft-'
—The following are Dannyhasting's fa-
Ring ding diddle,
The eat played the fiddle,
And the cow jumped over the moon.
The celebrated Australian Diamond
Pebble spectacles, are superior to the ord
inary glass spectacle, affording relief
to the eyes, and suited lor all ages, are
aold by M. Straus, Bellefonte, Pa, lC(Uc3m
Nov. Term, Second Week.
"Judge Maver pre i.lcd during the sc
ond we k c! the N M iul>er term l court,
which vm n hu>j one, the disposal of
quite m mitnbur w onsen being iiTwifJ in
j one way or (mother.
Motnlgy, Nov. 29.
| The Inl I'Mt 1 tried > that ot M u lim l
; Rrcniun t. Benjamin Stem, being an *o
| lien of assumpsit for labor. The |illi litf
occupied a luu-e belonging l tho defend
ant, and worked tor litin on hi* furtn oe
castonally, the mot of what he '.mined to
have done being odd job* about the |>litce,
rather than regular labor > alarm hand,
tor which he was hardly well tilted lie
claimed for one hundred di)'< labor, while
the defendant allowed hjm tor only twen
ly, atut imiiti'il that he a already over
paid. The cause was thoroughly tried on
behalf of both panic*, and resulted in con
! vincing the jury that the illegation* of
j Mr. Stem w ere aubstantialiy correct, for
they gave a vaidtct in fa\ or ct : o< d< :■ id
an! for slo,u> Alexander A Bower for
plff ; Fursl tor deft.
i'uoday. Nov. 00.
Benjamin Stem \> S 1,. VanvaUah
This was a i-uit of an ÜBuuutl character |
fortius region, and exceed no little ir.te -
e*t. It was an action against a phync.su
and surgeon, for damages on ncceuM ef
injuries resulting from malpractice.
The plaintiff owned a stallion which he
had been having shod at aI- acksunlit j
shop, and while hilchi -g him to the buggy ,
the horse became enraged, as his owner
alleges on account of the presence of an
other animal of the same sort; he scued
Mr. Stem by the arui and threw htm
against a fence, when the arm was badly
fractures!, both bone* of the right lorearut,
the ulna and the radius, being broken.
Dr. VanvaUah was called, and set the
broken limb, ar.d he and hi# partner. Dr.
Woods, attended him so long as it needed
attention. The re? ill was, a limb which
i* stiff and almost entirely tt-ele-s, the
hand being t roue, pahu downward, in
which position it - placed by the sur
geon. It wn< claimed on behalf of the
| plaintiff that this was an error ©a the par;
lof the surgeon, while Dr \'aiival-ah de
i dared that he placed the limb intuis posi
tion deliberately and intentionally, antici
pating a stiff joint, and believing that
where a hand cannot be moved it had bet
ter be prone than supine, or seuii-supine
Upon this point there seemed to be a dif
ference of opinion, even among doctors
There was a 'cloud' of medical men called '
upon both *ide>ithejease, enough te make
the court b-.-use. for the time being, resem
ble a college of surgeons.
The way these medical gentlemen swore,
upon one -ide and the other, was enough
to make the jury believe any and every
theory eTer advanced regarding the treat
ment of a broken limb, and finally to dis
believe everything. About the only firm
and uueqalificd Relief left to them, w<
judged from the verdict to be this opinion, ]
that doctor- will differ, ar.d that if a jury I
u called upon to decide between them the
safe-t way is to favor the side which con
demns the physicians. As to whether this
was or was n< t what doctors call "a good
job" was perhaps questionable, though all ,
agreed that it wa an extremely difficult
case, and one in which, considering all the -
circumstances, the prospect of the limb be j
ing restored to it* primitive soundness was j
at least doubtful. Mr Stem, though a
hearty man, is not young, and tha fracture ;
was a bad one ; we believe with Dr. Van- ,
valsah that it was undoubtedly caused by
the bite of tha horse, the injury occurring
where the animsl had the arm in his ,
mouth, and it being extremely improbable,
from all the circumstance*, that this arui ,
was broken by the fall when the horse let
go. There being so much danbt, some] of
ourba-t phveicians giving it a* their opin-j
ion that under the circumstansas j
they did not see how the at- j
tending surgeon could have done better. |
According to a plain principle, by which t
jurors ought always to be governed, the i
defendant should have had tho benefit of
The case was thoroughly and ably tried
by the opporing counsel, arid was one to
exhibit a;lawyer's intelligence, industry
and ability. The charge of the Court a.-
clear ar.d impartial.
Wednesday, Dec. Ist.
The above last mentioned cause was
concluded, and the jury rendered aver- >
diet for the plaintiff for sooo. Beaver.
Furst for INff.; Alexander, Bower f r
Henry Brockerhoff vs. Lebanon Mutu- j
al Fire Insurance Company. This was a j
suit to recover on a policy of insurance
for damages by fire to the property of the
plaintiff, known as the Conrad House, in
Beilefonte. The property was insured
to the amount oi $7,000 and it was claim- 1
ed that the damage to the building by the
fire of 172, exceeded the sum covered by l
the policy, and tbe award of the apprais- !
ers was for a larger amount. Forjthe de- (
fence, it was claimed that the insured did
not make true answers to the interrogate- I
ries in his application, that the occupancy j
of the building had been changed during
the interval from the time the insurance
was effected and the lute when the tire
occurred. Th.c principal puiuU raised by
the defence, which leased to be lu-teined
by decision of the Supreme Court, was
that, in answer to rin Intcrogatory, Mr. j
Brock erhotf declared that there was no in- ;
cumbrsnce on the building, the f*<;t being '
that there wa> a couple of judgments on I
record against him. practically as affecting j
the risk. These judgements were of no |
consequence, a- Mr. Brockerhoff was sim-
I ply bail for other parties, and the judge
ments were actually sat'-fied before the fire
t occurred. There could be no doubt about
the justice of this case, but there was so
much question about the law, that alter
the evidence aa* all in, and before the
Court had charged the jury, tne plaintiff
agreed to a compromise. Verdict, by
agreement for tha Plaintiff for
Beaver Alexander, and Bower, for I'iff
Hoy, Love, for Deft.
Friday, Dec. 3.
Stein keck ner <k Bcexer vs. Abraham
Stein, deft. This suit grew out of a patent
right swindle. It wa- claimed the de
fendant gave a note for a patent right,
which note wa purchased by the plaintiffs.
Tbe deft, denied that he gave sucli a note,
and declared that his allege 1 signature was
a forgery ; all the papers he signed at tbe
time the note purported to have being nn
order, and on agreement. Verdict for tbe
defendant. Beaver, Stitzer, Magee, for
Plfi's. Hoy, Alexander for Deft. JUpuA
—lf yoti wish to exchange your old sew
ing machine for a new one, address Bun
nell A: Aiken, Miiroy.
SCHOOL TAX JTOTI E.-The taxpayers
of l'ottcr school district are hereby notifi
ed that the tax-duplicate has been placed
in my hands for collection. All tux nid
on or before December Ist, next, will have
J per cent, deducted, ard from that data
.o January Ist the amount oft duplicate
will be payable, and all taxes unpaid after
January let IbTti, w ill go into the hands of
a collector with an addition of 5 per cent.
1 will be at home Tuesday and Thursday
of each week to receive tax.
A H HOSTKRMAN,
7 oct Bm. Trcasuier.
auy manufacture apply to Bunnell Ac Ai
ken, Miiroy, Pa.
Jons S. MILLER, Tuilor, of Mill-1
heim, is 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 imve seep some
of his work and find it eijual to that of the
best of tailors. One door east ofWeiseEe
smith shop. 21 oct 6m.
IMPORTANT TO BUILDERS.- The ua
dersigned is now prepared to sell Brick at
his kilns at Centre Hall to suit purchasers,
ut reasonable rates, also to furnish or con
tract Brickwork. S. S. EARNER.
7 oct y
Granger prices, address Bunnell A: Aiken,
Miiroy, Pa. '.l oct 3m.
Subscribe for the Reporter-do Vt de
|>id on your neighbor's copy always.
j - CtNTRK Co. TtACIISUa' 1 Nat ITt I K
-IMlli anuual session, will eopvena ii
Reynolds Hull, Ucllefoute, Tuesday. Dec
- 28, Ibto, at tf o'eluhk, a in, and continui
ill session tour days.
I Goto Rankin s Irtig store for nice
> fresh and puro drugs, and fin# toilet aitf
clef. Next door to l>echur'a gun shop,
is where you hud Hob.
I Ho timet' A i-orrc pendent from
• Centra Mills, writes us the following On
I 10 iust., Mr. Charlie Deise, of Cenlr*
■ Mills, thi* county, whila on hi# way hum*
treat leek ll iven, was rohlied on the pike
' leading from Kmanuel llarter's to Nit
, tany valley He was attacked brtween
, the first and second mountains (our intor
> iitunt dots not state by how many) and
> fa> taken front hint, and was given a
hlo-i over the eyes Mr. l>oin had some
money in bis boots, which the robbers did
Mr C. Giasstuire A lady ate in
town at Spanglar'* Hotel, doing all kinds
of Ha r work, they do good work ami
guarantee saticaition i:i ot cry ease. Comb
ing* tuada into tw tU'hes, curls, front braid
pull's, bar chains, bracelet#, ear ring*,
t>rcast-pint, n - wigs made to older ami
repaired. \Vtl remain for a short lime
Sunday to Tuesday night was cold
and very stormy , with an attempt to tiow
all day Monday, but amounting to only a
mere whitewashing of ihesurfttee Wednes
j lay indication for clear and pleasant
... .\W are sorry to #ay that father
jjpicher has gone blind llr had been tuf
fcring for seme time from an affection of.
the eyes, resulting recently a# above stn
Tut Htsl KAVILV Nxw aPAPttL—This
is the claim which the publishers of the
New York Observer make in behalf oil
their paper. It is a bold claim to make in j
our day, when there ate *o many papers .
but an undw taring course in sending out, i
for fifty-threw year*, a large, full, fresh,
readable, and pure n -wspspor, which is I
unsurpassed, justifies them in the claim
We can recommend the Observer. It h*- 1
ao hobbies , it is sound in doctrine, in:par
lia) and uabi-taed.'reliable in iu new-, in
teresting and iu*tructive in iu various de-i
partmenta, and offers no clap-trap premi
ums or pictures. For specimen copies.
addre-s S 1. Prime A Co , Now York.
| -——Rev J. M, Anspaoh, formerly ofj
' MiAinburg now pastor ofthe First Luth- ;
I eran church of Reading, was suddenly
! stricken down in the pulpit on Sunday,
the ltih inst., with heart disease lie *>■
| conveyed to his residence, where he soonj
revived, and at last account* was oonvale- !
-cent. The event caused gr.- ; ,t excitement
until the Congregation was disper-ed and
the fact ascertained that the popular pas
tor was speedily recovering. - M Jitn'm j (
Mr. Hugh Larrimer, at Centre Hill'
has just received a lot of fre-h canned,
peaches fivin Baltimore. We have tried
them and find them a superior fruit.
Go to Hugh for poaches and you will get
an excellent article If you need any
other store-goods you can buy it cheap at
tha same place. lie keeps a full and com- I
plete assortment of every thing, and is,]
be-id a wholesoulod fellow, deserving ,
the most liberal patronage ef his neigh
Paer SALS for building a brick ,
dwelling will be received until January ,
Ist next. For farther particulars apply at
the Reporter •JSce.
ZINC IN SUGAJt YAI.LKY. .'
Blowly and steadily valuable minerals:
are being developed in this portion of the 1
state, and it seems certain that ere many 1
years elapse extensive manufacturing on- 1
terpriscs must spring up to take the place '
of the lumber traffic, which has been the
absorbing itam of trade for eo many year*.
David and Henry Moyer. of the Sugar)
Valley lumber company, says tha Lorkj
Haver, tnterprise, have again resumed
operation* on the farm ot John F. Price,
in Green twp, in search of m inerals. They
have sunk a shaft to the depth of five feet, \
and four.d an itnmen-e supply of ore, sev
eral tons of which have been sent to Elix
abethport, New Jersey, and pronounced
to be tine of the best <juaiiiy, yielding;
about Coper cent. The company intend
erectiag a fttrnacc and greatly extending
their operations. This will undoubtedly
bring currency into Sugar Valley, which,
will be very welcomo in these pressing
Li ndon, I)cc. 11.—An explosion of a
case of dynamite—known in America as
"giant powder"—took place to day at,
Bremerhavcn, The case which contained
the very dangcrons substance was lying
on the I'tay, in tho midst of the lug-!
gage of the passengers, at the moment
wben the steamship Mosel hauled out of
the dock preparatory to starting on her;
voyage for New York.
London, Dec. 12—A dipateh from
Urcmerhavcn to-night, states that fts per
sons were killed and 36 wounded by the,
|-OS plosion yesterday on the spiay ot the
Mosel and eight are missing. A passen
ger on board the Moset has since attempt-)
Ed to commit suicide, but was prevented
from consumma ling the tatal act. lie will
Terrible Colliery Explosion—l4o
Lives Let—Heartrending Hcenes.
.London, December o.—An awful ex
plosion occurred to-day at Swarlhc Main
colliery, near Barnslev, Yorkshire It i
feared that more than 200 lives are lost.
The colliery at which the dreadful ex
plo-i<iii occurred to day belongs to Mitch
ell & Co., and is one of the largest in
Southern Yorkshire, it is joined by un
derground workings with Edmunds Main
colliery, where, twelve years ago yester
day, over three hundred persons perished.
The works extend for many miles. They
•re entirely worked with safety-lamps un
der very rigid discipline and were con
At si* o'clock this morning, about three
hundred men and boys descended and
commenced work a- u-ual. At balf pnst
nine, a terrific.explosion occurred. The
exact position of tho explosion is ut pres
ent unknown, but minors of all parts of the
pit were startled by loud report when
they rushed to the assistance of their fel
low workmen but met with great difficul
Latest *oo >uuU indicate that the total
number of lives lost is 140. The explosion ~
was caused by cure!.-!-* blasting operations. *
Hundreds of men, women and children
are congregated at the w>uth of tbc pit ,
and as the disfigured bodies arc drawn to J
the surface the set-lie is if the most heart- j
Another explosion of a similar charac
tr is reported to-day in a coal mine near
lVntyroh in South Wales. 12 persons J
we e killed and HI injured.
THE DEITSOHLAND GROUNDED!
NEARTHK MOUTH OF THE
Fifty Persons Drowned.
London, pecember 7. —The steamer
Doulschlund, from Bremen foj Now york,
with emigrants, grounded on Kentish
Knock at five o'clock on Monday morn
ing during a heavy northeast gaic. The
Dcutschland encountered a terrible storm
while on her way to this port from Bre
men, but was safely tuken back to theolh
er side of the Atlantic. Although her
machinery had been disahloJ. she has on
ly made one trip from Southampton since
encountering tie storm, where she was
laid up along with half a dozen steamers
of the line, and has not bccu used since!
februftry kiti The former Commodori
X, of the DcuUchlaiid, Captain Ludwing, a
in th troughly elfioient otllcer, vvii* placed in
charge of the company'* dock* at Bremen
n> even a short time ago, and t'ai ltricken
*t-ln was trai slorrod to the Penlsi hlatiil.
, There were on. hundred and fifty puen
j. gcr. on board,
, Capl lirn krnstein and part ol' the pas
senger* ami crew of the steamship
Deutscbland have just landed at llarvvich j
it l< upp-'srd that about filly ol the pas
( ; enger* and crew were drowned The
Deulschlahd is now on Long Sand*, still'
j further toward the Esse* shore than to,
Kertish Knock. Two tug* and a life beat
r have proceeded to the e< ue "I the di*a*
iter. Kentish Knock Sand*ara a lew tulle*
j off the mouth ol the 1 bailie*.
" FORI lIAUITY sSAKL.
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I I'M lI.US'L I. O I'I.SMO V It VKMMOTM*
Hot t ivrirtillVl) IN till ION I slttit iiUAT-!
ii " Now you JUat akipotlt of thi*," Mini
s a lug burly ilJs k hainl ill llto l.nbea' cab--
' in of IA Fulton ferry bo.it, us lit- caught a'
thinly clad, shivering barefooted Imy by
: tlie our ami marched hiut toward tin
' dixu. "Vict out on the deck lively,
now." l'be little fellow hud been ak-j
• ing the pa—.cngerw for cents, anil the man
, had caught hiui at it. "Oh, please
don't," screamed the child, as the deck
Jhaiul twisted his car, "I'll go, I will." A'
tashionablc woman stepped quickly for
t ward, and In r silks rustled and her eyes
snapped tire a she said. What haw he
r done ; why do you treat the child no
j harshly ?"
: ' "lie's a young beggar, uium ; and the
rules doesn't allow beggant in the boat*,
, "Let him alav in here," aaid she. "It's
i cold outside. 11c is barefooted, and no (
1 young, too wby be can't be more than
'five or .is years old."
; "He can stay here if he behave* him- i
self, lie nuisn't beg it# agin the rulea, I
mum," and the big man let go the little '
I one's ear and stood watching bitn.
I "Poor little fellow," tuuand the lady, '
scanning the bov'a pale, pinched fare:'
closely. "You look tired and hungry.i
I've a mind to give yon M ini-thing." ',
i "It's for rum if volt give him a cent, '
mum ; his folks will take it all away .
| from liim before his foot's put ashore j,
three minutes," atisvvered Uie deck
But the kind lady handed the shiver-'i
' ing child one ofl'aele Sam's crisp fifty'
cent promises to pay hereafter, saying. ■
("lie certainly needs shoes and some
'thing to eat." I'
i "Mistaken charity," persisted the Yal- 1
ant employee "We know 'em all—he'll | l
get n> giKnl of the money."
"He's welcome to the little I gave him," 1
she answered, and noticing that the pas-,*
!seugers wera regarding her with inter
-1 eat, she added : "and I l>elif ve every JUT- '
son in this cabin believes lam right— N
.lu-l that most of them are willing togive (
the |MHir child a jienny or two."
The passengers did agree with her,
and they la gan dropping money into the
little fellow's hat until the episode prov l-j
ed his bonanza. |j
The loat touched the planking. The u
boy skipped to shore and acr-is the p
street to Fulton market, The Reporter
followed him round into Beekman street \
and saw hiui wait on the corner; two b
minutes afterward saw the well-dress- ci
ed lady approach from the other siJe of, P
the market ; saw the boy carefully
empty the money into her gloved palm, c<
and passing the pair heard her say *
sheerfully. "Well, Dick, 1 guess we'll B
try the Roosevelt street boat." —A*. I*. l<
, .Stm. ®
MARKETS | J
j New York, Dec. 18 —Flour .utter $4 5"
.i C 4 7.1, common to good 1 ?o(4o -to g >od to
\ choice <1 oiW.cC 00. Wheat no 3 I'hicag-
Spring I IV; no. 3 MiiwauKea 1 13(<vl It
Kyi-Ml'-vW Corn, we-tern mii'-.I 74 t-7i j
I Out*, western mixed C- ffe. lls(uv ,)
21i Kgg* '-.'pV-*'i Sugar, fair to good „
refiniag Petroleum refined l-t^i.
Flour <■* fam 5 7S< t,fi 26: high grade. 7 00 a
($8 flO. Wheat new red Pa 1 311(41 do *
white 1 42(syl .">0 Corn western mixed "5 d
i *,76; yellow 71 §(<c72!• OaL western mix- I
ed lift 13. Petroleum refined 12Jr>12L
Flour good to choice ,1 'M<* r . 76. spring ~
extras 6(1)6*6 OH. Wheat Feb. *.<7<((.WH; j.
sel Jan '.iit'V.'7. Corn sel Dec 4Q ; .el Jan
Uf Oats sel Jan 301; so! Dec 0. live j,
sel Jan 68(5,66}. Barley seller Dec ,
Milk t Makkkts. corrected weekly hy
Wheat J1 to 1 2k
Barley 66c to 76c.
Oats 26c to :15c.
Clover Seed $6 60 to $6 tkl.
Rye 66c to 70c.
Pork 7c to 6c. j
Peultrv 6c to oc. <j
Butter "AX- to 26. I
Eggs 20c to 22c. <
White i7heat 51 20 Red 115 ... Rye SO 1
ncwCotnSA old 60. Oats SO— Barley W> d
70 Clorcreeed *6.50 Potatoes Mi 1
Lard per pound 8. Pork per pound 96
Butter'JO Eggs 15 Plaster perton
fIJ Tallow 8 BaconlO Ham 16 \
Lard per pound Scents Buckwheat
66eta. Fiourper barrel retai!7, oo...
Nova Scotia plaster sl4 to 16. Cayuga
ol after $9,60 per 2000 lb*. j
?(. A National Family Paper. TO
Tb Ort Ftmll* I'sper of Aoertea, the onlj ospsr
->potln -tsnxwln.lWr. <jck sod lismhai. sn.l ~
lng mtllii>n In (h pul'lir. Is Onw r„d f.., th- 1 lea
I taoUl ,-smpolfH. sod Ivu.lMl ok<m dsltalited suhoerlb .
I "THE STARSPANGLED BANNER i
lls alar** lht o. u <- ■! imn eap-r. In.l.rr.|i, I
..rorflowln* nh i hsrtnlna Slr|n. r.ln, sknhlitn.
p..ntrj Wil, llumnr and run It girt* stl n-w R
rlpns ltl(lits. HnrrsU. Arts, *<• . 4 " , hss s l lilldrno's
lmn.li infill. . Msdicol ISstiwtm.nt, I'uxf Ut's I'urt.rr.,
tc tc . and Is a p-rf-,-1 I amtlr I'sper
nombwr hu fW coltnniMl f truthful. prlliMa state*
menu fo Mvdnal. iMtwnr. ft ft, bond, or "put And j
call' ga m" ran or or "cilfh If )n mad thli *rAt
lsi>Ar It PipoM> All ftvtn4l"r frr or for
•ud t*r a !t- •# **r lOUO, name® And |ime" |
It I \i ta Hot Rnsf !• tont prr|tt<l
11 \ m>* etfrjuhrrp It it lut th jAior fssr rtrry |
hotat. Soothmor Iforthm-ti ■< l Ht pdttUiAl, rr
Hfft6tiurwHUrUn It for all. Nfarlnd In 1*63,
it ha goo* "Tt fr 13 yam, and lr rrad hy r**>pl •
Vou want It and will hat* It aomr tUno Why out norr ?
Elegant Cliromntt. 1
(worth ft oaiphl.Aixo itll torhn*. flnrly tnotintwd. and t
we offer any four of TBOAOMRJA and BANK KM a who)# c
jrrar all fnw. for ft Trtrra arw rhrotnoa
•uitaM# for anr parlor. 60 of br promtama offorwdr. i
A I nut IVnril H- a-h r. rtflMßlur iu ottr J
A Ldt.ll \Y oru. canlannlal tlurln*
thia on# yrar do Lak* a National, patrt it it
wide tw'i" papwr, onn that !• for Riht and
aa!nt wmnw oo that knows no narty. no north. a<uth
rant or weal; hut a paper Intended for erery reader one
that AATna money to ita readers hy exposing tha "trlrks
and trap®" of swtndledotn . and now | tha time Ynu
HAM put It oil too hmg. .Sand TO <!■>. NVW is THE a*-
Onlr 75 rent• AEEU rea thia great paper a year
• With four charming rhmmoa. only FL & nunt
her* sent for U RANLA SPECIMENS (LUUTT ready ' SENT
free to all Send for It NOW F'osts nothing to see it
sand to-dayfto f) . Hlnadsie.
The Model Magazine,
WF. Invlt* Hi* attention of lb# public to the con *
lent* of fht< f'uMtiUr Mr*Kin Th#y *n t|. J
tie-1 aivl erit*rl*lnlttg. prrvanntltig *n uimaQil.
M trr|)r of tho moot Attrartiv* fnAturo*. rendering i
ech tiAue au Instructive compendium of
The Mauuanri te now on bond, or *i>ociAlly #ngAgod ,
for prodnrtlnn .tiring the y#Ar. emhrmro an unuMUAllj i I
attractive lUt. of Hrilllant Susrie*. KkoU ho of Traroi.
PtMvm*. rapor* on Hcleneo and Art. Biographies of
Kmlnent end Notable Per onagew. F.eeayt on Temier i
tnd rhrletiAn Morality, Utrrary < tU< liu, Faabbma.
Ilouarholti Matt-r*. and a variety f aide and lutoreet \
ing Artlel*o tnn tho Important Tonira of tlte day. hy
tefonted and well known wiitera All |'Wlbl meaxie
• re. and will he, taken to supply the puhllc. through
Tho American Monthly.
with a popular and >et refined type of I.ilerarr Knjoy
ment. AawioipommtofKOUlW I.ITKK ATURK and •
Christ lan l*rtgree it wfl| he uQgnrpaeecd in any l>o
partnient. and uneonAlledl n the ftnenoMof ita malerl
al or tho beauty of lt <> t egia;j}|y.. It x>urpoes t*.
he comprehensive jmhdou*. practical, senaihle. and
to have really Wrttmc and t>ermanent worth, whiUt It
•ttractaand amuses, for the hour, both
OLD AND YOUNG.
Whler I* liurtfiil to "H-ißlr il aondnmnn wllhout
f*r <ir (.vr.r, m.Vlli* U~-lf ..lt In 11,n llllMKrtOY
THKPKIIPI.K n. I,'iwrr f,.r In lln- v*rtua
d|rlnirnla |l rd<Tinj l'k for hnalltjr iii ln,i,n.
(mm •ontlmxnl. *nd an Imi'itrlta) tTii
irnaanf clnluki .jn uU*t rf| *'" t
The Amerioan Monthly
contain* alxly.four douhlo column pages each month,
thus making a yearly roluine of orer ?&ti LAKCK PA
(KH, and T furnished to subscribers (postage pre
51.50 a Year.
5 copies, one year. NHSI); 10 copies, one year. fIO.OOO.
, SPKt 'IM KM COP!EH sent to any address upon receipt
of 1& cents.
SO,OOO Ciivpti Away in Cnr.h
p during the year Ut 8lw i io . |Aa uft The
American Monthly. v |( 4%s|r ffn>epVpiix, teimsand
• Mpti>s 16 cents
qiAffVonsihlo A (i 1/ \ 'P S wanted In erery
. town In the A VI J -' J> 1 ° UOIUHI Stale,
and Canada to ranrasa for
6 THE AMERICAN MONTHLY.
s to whom large CASH COMMISSIONS U1 he nai l
Mend for spm-isl terms, prospectus etc. Specimen
u coplas 16 cents. Address all communitati>na to
1 1), JLUttiiAV McLKLLAN Fubli.hgr,
SUAM. Pot IUMM'T A crro
. pondint write* • follow. I herewith
i append a recipe for curing the tmall-pox,
though the pitting nr. filled. It I* harm
le** when taken by a peraon otherwi.e
well. lteinuiiy . Sulphate of tine and
i to* glove, each one gr , lialf toa*poonfu!
of sugar, mis well with two spoonful* of
water, then add four oa ol water. Take
a tcaspuollful every hour. The de*ta*o will
idisappear in twelve hour*. Give to rhil
jdren according to age it i* also recom-i
mended for scarlet fever
A desperate Btid bloody tight is reported
to have taken place at (tolling Fork,'
Mis*, between a band of seventy five
while* and a band of two hundred negroes j
hlevm negroes were killed.
H.iron K iinond It 'thschild and Count
de I 'urenne, ef France, are in San Fran
ci*co. These young men are reputed to
represent $500,000,UU0 of properly in and'
out of Franco.
a use a hoi - refir cj to draw a heav j
'load, an iiihuinau wretch of Schuylkill
. .tntv, tied a r--pe to the animal's tongue
and l ulled It out.
Kapublican Congressmen are beginning
.to show great dissalislac'-ioti with tin.
third tcrni plullorm, n- set forth in the
The memorial > f the Centennial Com'
' mission and Centennial Brian! of 1 inance,
for an appropriation of SI,GUU.(JUI, was pre
sented in the Senate.
Franklin Shaffer, a young man living
near Arg i, Indiana, wa* *hot and in-
Itantly killed by Ira Slarkey yosterJav
afteraoon while hunting, Starkey mittak
ing him for a turkey
In the north of Spain the weather has
been *o cold lately that some ol the AL ,
phontist troope have been froten to <
The Hon. A H Stephen, ha* been gain- ,
ing quite rapidly recently, and unless an
unfavorable change occur* in his health, 1
he hope, to take hi* seat in Congress e.rly
Henry Krt-.-shy, one of the person,
i-harged with the murder of Mr*. Joseph
j.Schneck In Lehigh v -unty wa. connnltted
:--r court on YVedneday.
j liiraiu Deal, a resident of Iriah valley,
Northumberland county, while buteber
j ing on Tuesday, fell and ran bi butcher
• knife into his throat, troui the effects of
whiuh hi* died.
An aged women named Y'ingling wa.
lound dead on the floor of one of the room,
in her home at Sharp.burg, Blair county,
lon Friday last Deceased wa. a widow
and had been living alone.
The executive c mmittee of the We.tern
I'm.-n Telegraph Company reported the'
! net profit* for the halt year ending De- j
j comber SI, 1e75. to be $1.702,7r).
Fifty-nine bodi.* have been recovered
from the Jswailho main colliery, England,
and it i. now eon.iderisl certain that the
dead will number between 13U and 110-
Tbe rectifying utabluhsneiit of \k cl
lii gton, Kidder A Co. 74 ltr.-ad street,
New Y'ork, ha. been seued. and the pro
prietors arrested, charged with being
New Y'ork, December 7.—A German
uptown saving* l-ank suspended today.
There arc about four thousand eight hun
dred depositors. The liabilities amount
to ab--ut frlSkiUJO. The officer, expect to
pay at lea.', eighty rent* on the dollar.
Gen. Banks voted for Gen. Alpbcus S.
William., of Michigan, tor speaker of the
bouse, who i* a democrat and not republi
can as reported In some of the newspa
Stoke*, who killed Ftsk, is said to he
confined to hi* bed in prison with asthma
and chilis and fever, hie hair is turned
whit* and hia i(institution ruined. IJi;
term will expire next September, but en
effort is being made to have him par
Near Bellefonte, on Thursday morning,
Dec, 2nd, Mrs. Susai na Muascr, wife ot
Job a Muater, Sr., aged 74 year# 4 months
and 13 days.
Our dsvoted triond wa n devoted wif,
a faithful tnother, a kind neighbor, who
n much loved hy all the coaimunily,
and an rnrneat Christian. For tiaarly five
weeks ho was confined to her bed, until
death relented her from ber sufferings and
Uud called her home.
Death had no sting for her, and the
grave lot it* victory. Manv loved ones
mourn her departure, because in har they;
had n faithful wife, a fond mother and a
Her name is written above whera she
had ber treasure, and where her weary
soul longed to go—in Heaven —to Heaven.,
There wo may nu-et her.
In l'ine Grove. Dee. 7th. by Kev. J.j
Foster Bell, Mr. John (iarr.er t<> Mia Ma
ry A. Stiver, all uf Slate College.
At the residence of the bride'* brother. j
Mr John Mi-eso. in Bellefonte, on Thurs
day evening, Dec. 2nd. IM6. by ltev W.
H Lilly, Mr. Andrew Morrison to Mia
Su Mcoc, both ol Balletonle
Nov. ill. Kev Thos. A. Rohinon of
Potters Mills and Miss Ella 1* Wi' .n,
daughter of Lucien Wilson, of Oakland
On 2nd, at Millhcim, Mr. Wn. S. Mm
ar and Mrs. Annie C. Hitter, daughter of
Wm. Harter, of Mitlhcim.
/" t BEAT REDUCTION IN PRICES:
Wolfs Old Stand.
Largest Stock of Goods in the
ONE PRICE! LOW PRICE !
POLITE ATTENTION !
Havingjnst rcturno l from tbo Kat, and
bought ut panic price*, 1 am now prepared
to el! cheaper than ever before. Mv #lock
con*ists in part of
HATS A CAPS t
HQOTS A SHOES,
RUBBER BOOTS, |
SANDALS, A-c., Ac.
La dies' and Geuta' Underwear a spec
A LABOR STOCK OK
READY - MADE CLOTHING
constantly on hand. Look at tho fig- i
(lood Cammerc SuiU, f 10.00
Uood (Jammerc (Joalf, $5 00
Gustomers will i'tnd the stock com
plete, and a call is all that is required
to assure you that ibis is the best
place in tho valley to buy your
Remember, u;c A aye 'jut u>ie price far
nKSI It ABLE HOME AT PRIVATE
SALE. —A vorv desirable property,
situated at Cburehvilie, Centis county I'h.
is offered at privuL. vd" (nVprovemenU
CONSU,I|U UE*TWO-STORY DWELL
. ING HOUSE 22x28 ft. u never failing well
1 with pump, garden and young fruit trees.
, Churches, school house, store etc. close by.
' It is a desirable situation for a shno-inak
er. Terms reasonable. For further in
formation onll at the store of Messrs.
> Strohm A Swnrtz, or address the under
signed, at Selinsgrove. Snyder county Pa.
;II boy at, TtiU}, J, i'iiJiPiiingJi,
I Th. Board of Pardon, on J reviewed
i .shout forty case*, recommending among
other, the Clearfield miner*.
I Grain. Seeds and Produce
LOO la THIS WAY,
and bring your grain of all kind*,
Clover Herd, Pork.
Poultry, Ae., Ac., At."
to Milroy mill ware-houte where you;
I will at at! times receive the highett caihj
i price* for the iarne Salt, plaster, Coal,
j r ih, Ac. for sale. D till F.i.M IRE.
i is nuv ;i in
N'OTD'K N. ti, -I- herein given that'
the a- Hint of William Weaver,
jcumtnittee of Kd ward D Weaver a tuna 1
tic, ha* been filed in the office of the Pro-I
ihonotary of the C-iurt ofl'umtnon Flea.'
of Centreco , and wilt he presented to thei
'Court for confirmation at January term,'
neat. A. WILLI A Mm,
ice 2 i'rothonotaiy. |
lAST NOTICE All person. indebted.
j to the estate of 8 S Wolf, dee'd,'
lare hereby notified to render satisfaction
lon or before the Ist day of January ne*t,|
after which date all unsettled account* Will
be placed into lb. hands •! an officer lull
• collection. P HOKFKIt,
C O. W<LF,
,'St nov fit. Administrator*.
I The subscriber offer* at private ale,
* properly situated at Milllioim A dou
t<le lot, thereon erected a TWO •"-TOKY
HDPsK, a wotxl-house a good stable and
other outbuildings. Term* reasonable
For further'information address 8. M
Swarta, Centre Hill, or call on H. M
Swart''- "ear Millbciiu
'Jo iniv 41 b. M. ttWAHTZ
A DM IN ISTH A'fOK'S NrtTICS
Letter, of adtninistratioli on the estate
f Jacob Kline, late of l'otp-t twp , dee d
having been granted to the undersigned,
all persons knowing themselves to be in
debted to said decedent are requested to
make immediate payment, anil person*
having claims against tbe estate will pre- 1
-eut them authenticated for settlement.
KD KLINE A JOHN SHANNON. |
nov IS fit. Adm r*
Ii XECUTOK 8 NOTICE.—Lett.r. te*-
j lamentnry on the e*tale of Barnet
\V.gm-r, late of Fotlt-r townabip, deceas
rj. i.avinr been granted to the undersign
el, all |>cr.on. indebted t > sail] e.lata are
required to make lmimetiate payment, and
thoie having ilaiini against the same P>
present them, duly authaiiticated by law,
for settlement. JOHN B WAGNER,
I L 1 N L I! H Y GOO D
Mrs. N. E. McENTIHK,
'ha* jutl icturncd front Philadelphia, with
llhalateat styln* of Straw Silk and fancy
Halt, B >nntt. Ac , Velvet*. Flowers,
("rapes, Silk Good*, Feathers, Blonde*,
KiMom Ruches, Braid*, Ornament*.
A fall iina of ai) tbn Intost atylfc* oi Millin
ery Good*, which wilt be *old at the low
e*i price*. Sb ha* on# of the betl uiillin-;
er in her employ.
isr-Hat. and Bonnets returned in the
ateat *ty le. "Mitt Oct-tl, fin. |
HARD COAL BASE BURNER
HEATING STOVE, until you have ex
Best & Handsomest
STOVE IN THE MARKET.
Call and see them at the Store of
J. I. REENR.IN,
CKXTXK 11 ALU, PA. !
C'TIfikMPTOM'S IMPERIAL SOAP '
/ Is THI "HET."
Thi* Soap i* manufactured Irotn pure
material*. nd as it contains a large per- 1
cer.lage of Vegetable Oil, i warranted ful
ly e<jual to the best imported Castile Soap,
and at the same time possesses all the
washing and cleansing oroperli- s of the
celebrated (ierman and French Laundry
Soap*. It i* therefoio recommended for,
ue in the Lauudry, Kitchen, and Bath
rootr,, and f r general household purpw-,
ICJ; alio, fur Prinleis, Painter*. F.ng;ne*r,
and Machinists, a* it will remove *tain of t
Ink. Grease, Tar, Oil, Paint, etc., from tha'
hands, Manufactured only b?
3 ,4, G. ti. anJ 10 Kutgert Place, and S3 and
•T6 Jefferson Streal. New Yerk.
Nor 11. tisi.
The Granger Store!
CASH AND PRODUCE FOB
SHOUT CREDIT A SHORT PROFITS, j
hrkilgr i: \on i,
Spring Mill* ha* established a store to suit;
the times, and has a complete stock of
BOOTS A SHOES,
DRUGS, SPICES. OILS,
In shi'rt a lull line of
KYKUYTHINO FOR LESS PRICES
TH AN ELSE WHERE
|COME AND JUDGE FOR YOUR
Tha undersigned hai opened a new Tile
Simp fur manufacturing all kinds or Tile*.
Person* wishing to drain off their land
will please call and examine our stock, as
we make the round and alo, the horseshoe
For sample call at the Reporter office.
D. YEN ADA & SON.
21 oct 3m. W.awlward.
Of every description ; running goar for
all kind* of vehicles, made to order, and in
llrt cliu* manner. Being a practical tue
ihamc. I would WARRANT ALL
WORK to give tklisfeclidn RepaiVing
I promptly attended to at the lowest rate*.
Collins of all styles
niuJe on (hortesl notiyft. Tha buainea
<>f unilcrtiiking atteniloj tu iu nil it*
b l(eitcetfully aoi'viW a bro of
I public i>atronag. f> sept y
J TiAHHtf. J.Ti SIIPIiKRT J A.HKAVk
John hoFKkh. pktkr iiokfku,
CENTRE HALL, I'A
Ami Ahow In wrvst.
Buy and Sell
Government Securities, Gold andt
Pktkr Horriß, Wis. B. Minolt
Pros't. Can If tet
BE VTTY TT^
X-suSend stamp for full information,
HTOKK, NSW GOODS AND
11. .4. LAHHIMKK.
.I the old Centre Hill .land,
Jut opening n Stock of
OLI) F ASH ION ED PRICES!
A largo variety of
I*adiea Drew Gooda
Great Bargains in
Warranted to Suit.
ilia Cloth* and Caaaimera,
Cant b* excelled
His Grocery Department.
A*ionith every onoin a**ortuientand low
'Syrup, Sugar, Tea, Cuflee. Canned fruit*,
Domestic and Foreign Frutla, C'heeee,
and ivory other article belong-,
ing to the Grocery Depart
in en t.
Ptr~ Farmer*, Mechanic* and Laborer*
look to y-iur interest On. dollar taved i
a dollar in woeket. Tiien call and ee at
what astonishingly low price*
JT A"N u trouble to kiiow Goods
i Also the choicest Fawit.v Ft.ot'a el-1
way* on hand. Apr. 16, y.
Miller & Son,
CENTRE HALL, PA.
CHEMICALS, OILS, DYE KTUKFS.
FOB THE TOILET,
r Ac., Ac., Ac.
I*l'KE WINK AND MQI OItM,
for moilictna! purpose..
' Truaaca fr Supporter, in great variety.
and all other article* u.ualljr kept in a
first cla.t Drug Store.
Prescription, carefully Compounded.l
Ooct tf _ MILLER A SON. |
' Headi|mrtor Air BooU and Shoes!
P 0 W E It 8*
BOOT ANO SHOE. STORE.
Opposite Bush House,
Power.' Boot A Shoe Btors i. the larget \
and heat nocked .tabli>breent in Centre!
He keeps constantly oq hand a full
H< or *A\i I no Ei.
lieu just opening the largest stock of
Spring Good, ever brought to Bellefei.te.
f 1 j1 £ S >1 0 t 3
for ladies, kept eon.tantly on hand-
Boot* and Show, for n.nr. and women, of;
all stylo 4, quality arid price., from the '
most costly to the cheape.t, constantly
kept on hand.
WE DEFY' COMPETITION!
either in quality or price. Call aud
examine his new stock of Rpriug and!
iSummer Good*, and you will find it
( w> your advantage. Apr2lly.
NEW YORK |
McCUiii*i Mock, Directly Opp. Bu*h
If. HERMAN A CO., Prop'rw.
HOSIERY, LINENS, EMBROID-j
ERIES, WHITE GOODS, LA
CES, NOTIONS A FAN-
C Y GOODS,
9TBICTLT FIBS T-C LAIS 00009,
lleiow the I'SDHI I*riees.
Nov 12. if.
ea. wmaoa. r. a. airaa. a.a. news ]
WILSON & HICKS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARD
I HON, PA I NTS, 01LS. (i L ASS, AC.
COACH MAKEB'S GOODS.
Stoves of All Kinds.
WAGGONS, CARTS, &C.
WILSON A HICKS.
NOTICE.—We will ell to responsible
men on three month* credit. Will take
off 5 per cent for cah which is equal to "JO
per cent, tier annum. It will pay tho pur
chaser to borrow at 10 from other parties,
if ho can save in buying trom u*. In this
way we can turn our money and *etl low
er. Mar 1&. tL
Hardware Store. 1
J. 0. DEININGKB.
A new, comtilele Hardware Store ha* i
been opened by Uio uudersigned in Con- 1
tre Hail, where he i* prepared to sell all I
kind* of Building ana Uous* Furnishing 1
Circular and Hand Saws, Tenson Saws,
Webb Saw*, Clothes Hacks, a full assort
ment of Glass and Mirror Plate Picture 1
Frame*, Spoke*. Felloes, and Hub*, table
Cutlery, Shovel*, Spade* and Fork*,
Locks, Hinges, Screw*, Sa*h Spring*. I
Horse-Shoe*, Nails, Norway Rod*, Oil*,
Tea Bell*, Carpenter Tools, Paint, Varn
Picture* framed in the finest style.
Anything not on hand, ordered upon
Tit- Remember, all oodt offered cheap- ■
er than elsewhere
JOHN CAH P'N <
MILKGT, MIFFLIN CXX, PA.
FinotSt Common Furniture,
Conaisting iu part ol BUREAUS, BED
STEADS, CAIN and WOOD SEAT
Tho public generally are invited to call
and see tho fine assortment of FUKNJ
TUUfc to be found at the above c*ta\dvib~
incnt, all ol our own M
Undertaking in ul\ Its arauchoa,
Oaakets win) Shrouds.
Having purchased an elegant Ilearse, I
will attend all orders of undertaking 1
may receive from Ponntvalley. Contra Co
'*• JOHN CAMP.
Jan 28 If.
' BUY YOUR ORU6S FROM
rb rit Store,
. (NEXT DOOR TO THE DEBCKNEX OUR
; FBKStt ANU CUEAr.
in his elegant New Rooms, Spring stre
11M un hand u splendid assortment o
HOUhK ri'BNlflßK from the com
moncstlo the most elegant.
CHARBRR KETH. lA HI.OR SETS,
BOFAB, (HA IKS. IJKDBTKADS,
WOOI. MATTKK>HKH HAIR MAT
and anything wanted in the line of hi*
buslneis— homemade and city work. Al
io, ha* made a (penality and keep* ot
hand, the larked arid illicit dock of
(ioodi aold at reasonable rate*, whole**.
and retail. Oive h.in a call before our
(baaing elaewherc. febfe-iy
J. ZELLER & SON
INOG Brockerlioff Row, Bcllefonte,F
Ocalerain Brag*, t hrulcal*
I'crhiucr}, I hiic) Uoml* dke.
Pure Wine* and Liquor* fur tnedicr
purpotea a 1 way* kept. may 81. 72.
reaper-tfully inform* the tt litem of Ceatr
county, that li* ha* bough tout the old
atarid of J. O. Detuinger, and ha* reduce' ,
the price*. They have constantly on band
and make to order
W AEUSTAinM. '
TABLES, Ac., Ac. <
Hoiib Maps Cuaim ALVARAOA Haxr. 1
Their dock of ready-made Furniture la '
large and warranted of goad workman, hip
and ii all mad* under their earn immed •
ate auperviatan, and i* offered at ratal
[Cheaper than elaewherc.
Call and fee our ttock before purchasing
elsewhere. 'M fob. ly.
New Shoe Store !
AT CENTRE nALL.
[Thay have now opened, end will constant
ly keep on band, • splendid stock of new
SHOES, GAITERS, A SLIPPERS, for
men, women and children, from the beat
manufactories in the country, and now of
fered at the i t
ROOTS and SHOES made to order, upon
short notice. They invite the people o.
this vicinity to give them a call, as they
will strive to merit a share of their oat
GRAHAM & SON,
I fM I i
|fi s jit ifh aif
Boots, Shoes and
Ladies', Misses' and Chil
dren's Fine 6aiters.
All Kinds of Custom Work Made To
And Shoe Findings always on hand.
IDmay tf BeTcfbnto, Pa.
The undersigned now manufacture* Ce
ment WARRANTED OP ASUPERIOB
ol* A LIT Y, at hi* kilns, near Pint
Creek Mills, in Haines twp. This cement
has already keen used in large quantities
upon the L. C. A S. C. KB., and has been
found highly satisfactory upon all jobs
where it has been used, and as equal to
any now nianufavturod for use ia CIS
TERNS. WATER PIPES, or whatever
purpose a good quality of Cement is desi
rable This Cement has already been
tested far and wide, and rendered tbe ut
most satisfaction. Persons, therefore con
siructing Cisterns, laying Water P ipea,
Ac. will find it to their advantage to bear
this in mind,and alto, that he warrants the
iarticle at represented.
J. G. MEYER,
may 21 tf Aarontburg, Pa
W. A. CURRY,
itaol <& She 9 ifti&fcw,
Would roost respectfully inform the cit
rent of this vicinity, that he has started a
new Boot and Shoe Shop, and would be
thankful for a share of the public patron
age. Boots and Shoes made to order and
according to style, and warrants hia work
•to equal any made elsewhere. All kinds
oTrepairing done, and charge* reasonable-
Give htm a call. feh IS ly
Tt. SPANGLEU, Attorney-at-Law.
Bcllefonte, Pa. Grace with
Bush A Yocum. Consultation in English
and German. Collections promptly attend
ed to. feb&-tf
(J t T M MINGS 11 O US T? \
ISAAC MILLER, Proprietor.
The Cummiags House, on Bishop street, '
lis one of the pleasantest located hotels in 1
ibe town It has the heel stables in tbe <
'place, has an excellent livery attached and ,
• very attention will he paid guests. No ,
pains will be spared to make it a pleasant
><nd agroeable stopping place for the pub
lic. Boarding by the day or week, and
I rates charged will always ba found very
j'ev iune 17.
ItasßT HROOKKRHOrr, t. t>. SIIVOXaT
OKNTRK COUNTY BANKING CO
(Late Milliken, Hoover A Co.)
And Allow interest,
BMV aci Selk
Coverpuioat Sewn ities, Gold <4
v. r. SUKKRIFR* A.r. MILLIB
Keystone lVoru A Molel Works.
J. P. MILLER A CO.
PATENT OFFICE & EXPEKIMEN .
TAL MODELS OF
IRON, W OOD OR itRASS,
MADE ON SHORT NOTICE.
67 II ofcr Str&iy auii 80 Firtt Avcnrt*.
OdW uith J. 11. Shcrriff ft Son, Works,
3d Floor. l*pr.y.
JAS. M'MAN US, Attorney at Laws
Bcllefonte, promptly attends to all'
business entrusted to h;w. iui2.'(Mh
ITHB BEST IN USE. ,*-Send stamp
for Circular. DANIEL F. BEATTY.
Washington. New Jersey.
f OHN F. POTTER, Attornj-*-Law.
ti Collections promptly made and
-pecial attention given So those having
lands or property fox sale. Will draw u|
I and have acknowledged Deeds, Mortgages,
Ac. Office in the diamond, north side o
' t.ho court house. Bellefonte. oct22Ti9ti
M. P. WI.LSON, Attorney-at-Law,
''J , n I ?. ,, J! efoo i? £*• OR* ia ito. Baa
n|f flßuildmgL tttllilfnitl
I FOR FARM Kith AND ALL iilfi&R
J'Oll f Oi.EION A DOMESTIC
DBT GOODS, KOTIOKS,
READY MADE CLOTHING;
BOOTi A SHOE*,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS A BHOEB
CLOTHING, OIL CLOIIU
AMD PABCY ARTICLE*
VIUKENHWAKE, GROCERIES. PRO
VIBIORB, FLOL'K, Ac
*0(11* now prepared to accomodate *1
bit old customers,.and to welcome all
1 new ones who mar favor him with
their patronage. He feel* safe in cay
iog that he can plca*c the moet fastidi
oua Call and aee.
• B.—Mr.Huasmari atill continues
"ATHM AND SHOE-PINDINGB,
CLOVER aa:ad TIMOTHY SEEDS,
10 tbe old room,where he may always
be found. 12a P .tf.
f pilK undersigned, determined to meet
J-. the popular demand for Lowtr
the attention •(
the public to hi* toek of
ac. w offered' at tbe old stand. Designed
•specially for the people and the time*, tbe
largort and mod varied and complete as
Saddle*, Harness, Collars, Bridles,
of every description and quality ; Whipe,
and in .actevary thing to complete a first
class establishment, he now tfers at price*
which will suit the time*
JACOB DINGKB. Centre Hall
Miilbeim, Centre Co., Pa.
all kind* ot Clocks, Watches and Jewelry
of the latest styles, a* also tbe Maranvllta
Patent Calender Clocks, provided with n
complete index of the month, and day of
the month and week on it* face, which i*
warranted a* a perfect lime-keeper
Clocks, Walshes and Jewelry rw
PiHkd oa abort aoticaand w arrsntw.
WEIGHB WHEN BOXED OVER ONE
THOUSAND POUNDS. Liberal terms
hta-Send stamp for Circular. Address
D. fTBEATTY. Washington. N. J.
E. PERKS A SON, Prop'ra.
This well known hotel, situate in the
business portion of ths town, has been
thoroughly renovated, repainted and fur
nished new. It will be she aim of the pro
prietors to make it a pleuant Home for
those heresy favor them with their pat
ronage. A free carriage is run to the de
pot, and the boat stable* in town areeon
! i>ecied with the House. aapr.
aoo Fort* combines
every improvement in ton# with power
and great durability. and has received
the unqualified endorsement* of the high
est Musical authorities for its Marvellous
extraordinary r.cbaew of Tone, having
INO SUPERIOR in the world.
Large sine, Ti Octaves, overstrung Bast,
full iron Frame, French Grand action.
Fret Desk, Carved Pedal.Solid Rosewood.
Mouldings, Ivory Key Front. Capped
Hammers, aGraffe Treble, Ac., Ac., Ac.
Weight when boxed over One Thousand
Pounds. Liberal discount to tbe trad*.
Agent* Wanted—(male or lemale.)
ISA-Send stamp for Circular. Address
the iavenior and Proprietor, DANIEL F.
BEATTY. Washington. New Jersey
Coach Mann factory.
CENTRE HALL, PA.
The undersigned has opened a r>, w es
tablishment, at his new shops, foi the
A Spring Wagons,
Buttons ASP Sutoa,
PLAU AID PASCT
of every description ,
Ail vehicles manufactured by him
are warranted to render satisfaction, and aa
equal to any work done elsewhere.
lie uses none but the best material,
and employs the most skillful workmen.
Hence they flatter themselves that their .
work can not be excelled for durability
Orders from a distance promptly attend
Come nnd examine my work before
▲ll kinds of Kepsring done.
J. A J. HARRIS.
No. 6. BROCKERHOFF ROW.
Anew nnd Ha.-dware Store
has been opened by the undersigned in
Brockerhoirt new buildings where they
are prepared to sell all kinds of Building
and House Punishing Hardware, Iron,
Buggy wheels In setts, Champion
Clothes Wringer, Mill Saws, Circular and
Hand Baw*. Tenaon Saws, Webb Saws,
Ice Cream t reexers. Bath Tuba, Clothes
Rack*, a full assortment of Glass and
Mirror Plate of all sixes, Picture Frames,
Wheelbarrows. Lamps. Coal Oil Lamps,
Belting, Spokes, Felloes, and Hubs,
Plows, Cultivators, Corn Plows, Plow
Points. Shear Mold Boards and Cultiva
tor Teeth, table Cutlery, Shovels, Spsdes
snd Forks, Locks. Hinges, Screws. Sash
Springs, Home-Shoes, Nails, Norway
Rods, Oils, Lard, Lubricating Coal,
Linaeed. Tanners, Anvils, Vices, Bellows.
-Screw Plates, Blacksmiths Tools, Factory
Bella, Tea Bella, Grindstone*, Carpenter
Tool*. Fruit Jars and Cans, Paint, Oils,
Varnishes received and for sale at
luneh t-tf J A J. HARRIS.
ENDORSED BY THE HIGHEST MU
SICAL authorities throughout the world
as THE BEST. D. F. BEATTY, Propri
etor, Washington, N.J.
P. FORTNEY, Attorney at Law
• Bcllefonte, Pa. Office over Rev-
bank mar 1V0
jQB.S.O. GUTELIUS, "
Offers his professional services to the
public. He is prepared to perform all
operations ia Ike dental profession.
sap-He is now fully prepared to extract
teeth absolutely %oithnt pain. myft-7S-tf.
AGENTS WANTED 1 (Male or Fe
male.) to take order*. D- F. BEATTY,
Washington. New Jersey.
D. M. RITTENHOUSB,
KOQ?re, ft€HWARZ A CO.
WHOUBXALX OKAJ.KRS IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
144 North Delaware Avenue,
137 North Water Street,
V. A.Kooxt. G Scawaas. J. SCHWAB
The Best and Cheapest now tn Use. Mann
P ufactured bv
• DANIEL DERM, Belefonte, Ponn'a.
±%.Call and tee them \\xJore purchasing
'• t -^ ner - lapr.y
a . I ■ MiiJjßaiMWrr!Sli
i .Jai Imm
) WWrr A*
Fwt loffipl. low priced, wamaattnl ngwltut tsrefltknge. Cr,