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THE CENTRE REPORTER
THURSDAY OCT. 6, 1876.
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I LOCAL ITEMS."
Oar friends will oblige bv sending is
It. Ms of local news In their locality, gi> c
us iho facts only, and we wdl put them in
( sliHpc, also notices of deaths and nian t-
\v v one sending us the names of five
1 pew Subscribers, with the cos*, will oc
entitled to receive the RKIVBTKR ouoyear
1 The RtroRTKH being read hy nearly
cverv V-dy or. this side of the eountr.
where it has a larger circulation than
' nr.v two papers, will be found the best
medium for advertising business, sales, Ac.
Subscribers to the Ui;roRTEK. resid
ing outside of Centre county, should r->-
l mil us 10 cents, yearly, for postage whit h
.. w ill pay here ; this reduces the postage
| to one half, as the sum paid by them for
one year's postage w as 20 cts.
Remember that if your taxes are not
paid thirty days before election, th*. you
losxse your vote.
Our friend, M. Dreibolbis, has our
thanks for R 1.-t of whecrtbm from the
-The Centennial Oomiuission an
nounced ii> awards en 27 ulu, among tl e
names we notice N aletitine \ t 0., 1<
* * Summerville, Bellefonte, tor oak >o.i :
Johnny llarUini has Wen to Virgi
nia and is back again He likes the coun
try, and although he ha- not bought tl e
whole state. >ct he has negotiated for stO
acres of it with a view of removing thith
er. Johnny reports Billy Stump as pros
The season for Stoves it h.re Frun
ciscus i.t Lewistown is rot alraid to pub-
lish his price*. He offer* stoves at low
figures—see his advertisement in the Re
George F. Army of this nlaee, is
now at Jeff. Medical College, Pbiledm-
I phia, attending lectures.
On Sunday. 21 ult, a daughter of
' 3Coak Stover, near Zion, just as she had
left the house, slipped on the board-wa.k,
fell and sustained a fracture <*f one of fcer '■
arms above the wrist.
—The Centennial is a thing temporary j
—soon it will be o'er. Not -> with the I
people's grocery—Sechler it Co s oatab- j '
lishment tor cheap groceries is a thing reai J
Mr. Aarvn Dutweile", a respected i
citizen of Haines township, died suddenly
on Wednesday of last week. Mr. D. al- ]
ways enjoyed robust health, but on Satur- j
day evening previous to his death ho com
plained of being unwell, and a physsciar. ,
wa! called who found him suffering under j
> ' a severe attack cf ir.flamation of the bow
els. .which was brought on by a cold taken
during the coo! and damp weather al that
time. The disease soon proved fatal. His
remains were interred in the Reformed
cemetery at Aaronsburg. on Saturday fol
.• lowing. SO.
The grangers of Centre county held
their third annual pic-nic, on Nituny
mountain, near this place, on Thursday
last, 28. The weather was all that could
he wished, and the spot selected one cf
the most delightful in the state. Early in
the morning strings of wagons and bug
g es came pouring through Centre Ha.i
from the valley, leaded with men, women
ar. J children, and baskets ot the best eata
bles the valley can afford. The turn-out
from the other side of tho county was
about as large as from over here, and at 1
noon there were near 3,(X)0 persons on the
The exercises in the morning were open
ed by prayer by II L. Harvey ; then to -
lowed an address of Welcome, by deputy ;
Leonard Rhone, after which the Deciara-1
tion of Purposes of the order was read by |
* Col. Jas. F. Weaver, when tho Chairman.
Mr. G. W. Campbell, announced an inter- j
mission for dinner, when it waa expected ,
the speakers invited from a distance would
arrive. The crowd then dispersed into a
hundred groups and dotted the woods with
cloths spread upon the grounds and the
feast commenced. There was an abun
dance of good things and baskets fuil iett.
The assembly having been called to order
again, after dinner, it was announced that
the expected orators had failed to ins-o ,
their appearance, and that the home tal-,
ent of the Order would have to be fallen j
back upon to deliver addresses. The first
■, A speaker called upon tfce stand was Coi.
Jas. F. Weaver, who spoke about i of an
hour upon the objects of the Order. The
speakers who followed were deputy Rhone
and H. L. Harvey, in appropriate but
brief addresses when the assembly was dis
•>- missed, all having eDjoyed a pleasant
time. Excellent music was furnished dur
ing the day by the Farmer's Mills and
Centre Hall brass bands.
A new and elegantly finished Bradbury
Piano, costing i'djO at the manufactory,
can be bought for $l6O at Welsch's Book
store next doorto Ist Nat. Bank Bellefonte.
This instrument is in excellent order and
warranted. A better bargain can not be
had by any one wishing a first class,
standard instrument. soct 4i.
We have seen the stock of stove*
sowoo band at the hardware store of
Tho*. A. Hicks and Bro., Bellefonte. It
embraces nil the beet in the line of cook
and coal stoves tbat the market can afford.
Housekeepers will do well to call with
these gentlemen before purchasing else
where. Their prices are low. Besides Ibis
they have the largest assortment of bard
f ware in this part of the state, and keep any
thing in tbat line needed by farmers,
mechanics, housekeepers, or builders.
Call and see them.
An exchange says: "We have ob
served that the greediest man after a news
paper is the one who is too mean to tub
scribe." Our experience is that those who
never subscribe or in any way patronize
us are always the first to know what is in
the paper and find fault with it. But we
have always been able to stand it.
School hooks, all kinds, full and
complete assortment, the largest stock in
" theceunty, at reduced prices, together
with general assortment of books, station
ery, fancy articles, &c., <fcc., at Welsch's
bookstore, next door to Ist, Nat. Bank
Bellefonte, where packages of new goods
t are received each day. Go and see
Welsch's large and handsome store. It is
the place to gel the best bargains in books,
stationery and fancy articles. 6oct 3t.
A STRAY' HOG, black with white
spots on the sides, of tho Poland China
breed, came to the premises of the under
signed in Penn twp., about middlo of last
July. On payment of costs the owner can
remove same. DANIEL HOSTEKMAX. 2t.
WM. SPRIGGS, FASHIONAHLE BAB
IIEB AND HAIR DBESSEB, respectlully an
* nounces to this community that he has
opened a room two doors below the post
office, Centre Hall, where he is prepaied
to do all work in tho best style, sept 14tf.
BRICX FOR SALE —First class brick
will be kept on hand for sale at Zerbe's
Centie Hall brick yards. These brick are
offered so low tbat it will pay persons at a
distance to come here for them.
i Intending to continue in the manufuc
tureof bricK they will be kept constantly
on hand, and fair inducements offered to
fHjftr D. W. ZERBE.
v Ohio Stoneware, all shapes and siz-
wholesale to merchants, and at retail,
at Sechlei's in the Bush hou=e block.
We have tried Bower's Mead at
ZelleFs Drug Store and it is just as good as
they say it is—just the thing for a warm
day—cooling and delightful. 4t.
J- S. MILLER, Fashionable Tailor, Aa
ronsburg, Shop f ew doora west ot Dr,
ww i iuaj tf
II in. S S. Cox is expected to speak ii
Lock Haven during tho campaign ho hav
ing expressed in a loiter to Mr. Macke.
hts willingness and intention to do 10.
some men can do in this world if Ihoyonh
try. Thoro is the case of the man Now
• man, in HoUefonto, who in a few shor
weeks knocked down the prices of road;
made clothing. Ho started a new store ii
Sand's building on Allegheny street, an
sells clothing at prices lower than wa? ore
before known in this > mnty. Ho fi>tche>
down high prices at one stroke, and thi
people owe him many thank* for this go.v
1 deed in those tight lime*. Try him, there
fore, and encourage him.
i The Lewistcwn Gazette says .-
Walter Graham, a nephew of the Gra
hams of this county, who had been on s
\ isit here and left with the cxcurlionisU
on Monday a week, w as killed in l'hiladah
phia by being pushed off the platform of a
The site of the burnt factory p coper
tr, near Millheim, has boon sold to a
Sugar valley gentleman for SI,BOO, who
it is -aid will erect a plaining mill on
.l Newman, jr., proprietor of the
Ragle Clothing Half, on Allegheny street,
Bellefi>nte, is -till King Clothier, for the
following sound reason* :
First, Uo keeps the only regular Cloth*
ing Store in Bellefonte.
ond, lie keeps the largest stock in
His gtwaissie ail new and bought at the
lowest cash prices.
Third lie sells them 10 to 15 per cant,
lower than anybo.lv in the county
He sells a good Overcoat for sllsO, a
good suit tor 4,.'* V a g-awl Hat for 75 els,
s.nrts, gloves ahd everything iu proper
turn A good suit of I nuerwear lor iW.
1 He sure and go to >ec him. 5 Oct tf
| Aovernor Grover has been elected Uni
tad States Senator from Oregon, to suc
ceed Mr Kclley, Democrat, whose term
expires in Ma i it next.
sou!.- Hut there Wt re patriots in that day
who did good unto their follow men. Hut
if 76 tried men's souls, wo tall you 1876 trie*
uaen'a purea j u*t as much, but there are
patriotic ar-1 well meaning men among us,
with whom it i* a labor of love to trake
times as e*-y a> possibli for their lellow
men. Among these stand conspicuous
Sechlcr 5t Co , of the leading Heilefonte
grocery house. Yo.i need not straiu and
try your purses half a. hard, when
buy your groceries of th.s arm, as wherj
you buy elsewhere, they sell at living
prices, and go iu for "live and let live.''
I They keep every thing in their line in sca
| son—and the best of it tx>, and you reed
never grumble at their prices— they sell at
prices to suit the times- It is in the Bush
house block where you dnd head quarters
Question to B. O. P., of M. J. : Is the
name of England's greatest poet spelled,
LIST OF TK AVERSE JURORS
DRAWN FOR THE ADJOURNED
COU KT. to be held cn the 3rd Monday ;
of Oct.. IS7O.
Snow Shoe—Rob Watson.
Rush—J C Alport.
Bellefonte —Cha* Smith.
Beliofonte—J A Lane.
" iVbram Stine.
Spring Harvey Poorman.
Rush—J R McKinney.
Bellefonte—J H McClure.
Miles—J no Delong.
Burnside —Barahart Vetdeffer.
Miles —Eman'l Uarter.
Worth—J B Williams.
Milesburg—E II Carr.
Walker—John A Swarlz.
Haines—Win A Stover.
Potter—J G Sankey.
Curtin—J A Daily.
Milesburg—J P Shope.
LIST OF TRAVERSE JUBORsj
DRAWN FOR AN ADJOURNED'
COUP-T, to be held on tho 2nd Monday
of October, 1876.
Curtin —D B DeLong.
I Bellefonte--Wm Jen Vs.
Jacob V Thomas.
" Fred Smith.
Spring—C C Taylor.
Miles— Dan Koush.
Farmer—John I Thompson.
ridler— Kobt Leo.
Wuiker —Isaiah Struble.
J Worth—J Hsrpster.
Penn —R B Hosternian.
Howard—Dwvid i anyer.
Penn—J C Smith.
Halfinoon— Miles Gray.
Miles—J no Wolf.
Boggs—Wm Shaw ley.
Liberty—J B Hail.
Potter —Jncob Haipstcr.
Snow Shoe—Charles Holt.
Miles—Jas P Frank.
Bellefonte—G W Thomas. •
" L E Wetxler.
Spring—J R Tate.
" Henry Gentzel.
A TOKEN OF RESPECT.
By J. C.Meyer.
To you who step forth on life s troubled
I dedicate there fragile lines.
For you are about to take part in that
That is deep as the earth a deepest mines.
The hand that has won is justly as true.
A* the one whom ho vows to spstain.
The vows he has made may he often re
And pledge them with fervor again.
Life's rugged way is now open to you ;
Yuurtrta.s and cares have commenc
The joys of your youth you gladly re
Y'our soul they greatly enhance.
, Iu the chats round the hearth weno lon
But the thought of thorn leaves i
i bright spot—
> A star that shall ever adorn memory's;
A star that time caanot blot.
' In tho cifele of mirth your voice is not
r And your step no more greets our dull
For you've been to the home of another
i Where your light heart the dark hour*
In your newly found bliss may you nev
s The hearts you've left aching and lone;
, But often rehearse the found joys you
have here left,
In the memory—cherished home—our
1 Though the dark cloud* arise, may they
soon be dispelled,
, And the sun brightly shine for you :
May your life boat glide on and not he
On the ocean of life dark and blue.
May the path which you tread with flow
ers be strewn,
s Which abundance of fragrance (ball
t yield ;
I May love and content, invaluable boon,
Be your motto, your guide aud your
g Fair sifter, you change, but change on
ly in name,
The tics which connect us are strong
Muy the love as before so ever remain,
Till on us the sun's beams ne'er more
0 Mr. J. Newman, Jr., the KiDg
Clothier of Bellefonte, has just returned
from Philadelphia and New York, and
j opened the largest stock of YVinter Cloth
ing ever seen in Bellefonte and it is aston
lt isbing how low he sells them. Good Over
is coats from 3.60 up, New suits 5.00. A
II number one wool hat at 80c. and every
thing else in proportion. If you want t<
save money call on him, Allegheny street
Bttad'i Jiuilduif. at
n j A Lock Haven paper taya that Wm. j
'M'Kibben, of Nittanny Valley, lost 2'.
v hogs recently. Had a a potato patch upon
| which ha hud used Paris green to destroy
i the bugs. The tops were dead, seeming
y ly at !eat, and he turned tho hogs into the
. patch. Result, 25 dead hogs, doubtless
j victims of Paris green,
r AN AtvtpKNT, AN IN. IPKNT. AM> A
i OoiNflPkNT. Last Saturday morning n
1 neck a dead man was observed by een
r duelor Lynch, under one of tho cars of hi
-1 train whilst slopping at Alleona Ihe
j body was fast to the btako rigging. Geo
I, MctVriuick, a night watchman, W. 11.
.! Miller, jatd clerk, ai d others, werei ulleil
to the scene hut no one could recognise the
Ideai man They carried the body to *i
.'undertaker. An inquest was held and
i Geo. McCormiek was selected as one of 1
1 tho jur >rs. But it was not till several
hours after the in.juo>l wa held that Geo.
McUorntick discovered ibatthedead man
was his own brothei, Andrew McCormiek,
from Granville twp, Mifflin co How he j
i got there is a mystery. .
-TastNxw TOWN IULI AT A via. |
This elegant structure • now complete. t
In beauty of deaign it surpasses anythii g ,
'f of its kind in the state Constructed id
brick and dark marble it is as permanent
• as it is charming. The English architects
n have adorned It In aubduod colors, which
please the eye without tiring, it Or. J. C
e .Vyar built and gsvo it to the lowa in u •
knowledgriiicnt of the distinction Ihr.v
conferred upon him i. taking hi- name,
a Although it i- a generous gift, till li e
• hearty s 1 t wishes of a whole p *p!e ere
of greater va!u \ and the generous doner
has doubtle s secured It rotor. iln.-s I
-The aord 'G. .Jen TcDgUu' bit
i poorly ex pro st*s the richness of tone which
cmißate: from the intoriorofa beautifulo. - *
gan case, upon which is in ribeltho name
Da: iel F. Ucatty, Washington, New Jc.-
, soy. lin.
, The word "Limited is frequently letn
f attached to a firm title, and many there
are, no doubt, who wonder what it signi
-0 do- An exchange explains by stating
1 that ; t m> a:is when apidicd to corporations
. and com; anies, that the liability f stocks
holders is 1. lited t-> the amount of none*
| thay invest in a concern, so that in case <f
i a smash up creditors could only recover
i the amount invested by each stockholder.
; Wui. Kerschncr, of Ellwood, 111,
is in on a visit to his old home.—-Mr.
■ Amos Alexander is improving. Mr.
llenrv Wtimer i- still confined mi the j
effect of a pnrnlitie attack. Mr Samuel '
Keller, of the Loop i- dangerously ill. 1
Wednesday l>t, I, was clcudy and - >ld.
Communion in the Reformed church
of this place, next Sunday forenoon, by
Frost on Tuesday morning.
PORTO RICO DEVASTATED
I • •~~ IX If I
I A Hurricane Sweeps Dowu IloustSj
aud Strews the Coaat illi
Washington, Sept. 30. —Porto Rico, in
land WHS viited on tho morning of tin
13th invt., by a very violent hurricane, be
ginning at -1 a. m- and lasting until noon.
Communication with the interior and forth
part of the island is interrupted, the tele
.graph poles having bec:i bl.'Wn down.
1 The capital has also suffered, and in the
I surrounding district, so far as heard from,
i thoro is hardly a house standing. At Ar
lecibo there were fortunately no American
I vessels, but from tbat port to Aguadilia
j the coast is strewn with wrecks. Na
| American vessel is known to bo among
' theiu. At Naguabo the American Brig
, Valentia, of Boston, was dnveu ashoiOj
about 9s. iu., and became a tola, wreck, j
; The crew wore all saved. At or near the |
port of Yubacoa, District of Nuguabo, t:.e ;
iAmerican brig George Latimer was
stranded and became a total wreck. A.l
bands were saved.
Mr. Haddocks, Consular Agent at Na
guabo writes that the hurricane has done ,
great dauisge in his district, and from \ u- i
, bncoa to Fajardo tuere is not one estate
| or building but what has suffered.
'T WEED ON THE FRANKLIN—TIIE
Vigo, Spaiu, Sept. 20 —The I ni
ted States steamer Franklin arrived hero
at 10 o'clock this morning. Tweed was
much surprised when told that the Frank
'lin was to take him to the United Sups.
Ho had hoped on arriving in Cuba to be
able, through the assistance of- friends
to avoid beirg surrendered U the Ameri
can authorities. He expressed great ds
appointmcnt at the new a-pect ot affairs.
On tho arrival of the Franklin Mr. Ad e,
acting minister of the United States in tue
absence of Gen. Cushing, went on board
and conferred wi h tho c imnmnder re
garding the proposed transfer of Tweed
jand Hunt to tho Franklin. Tbo intention
j is to remove the prisoners from their prcs
: cnt quarters to the steamer Franklin this
'evening. During their confinement
iTweed and Hunt were kept in -eparate
I rooms, closely guurded ar.d not allow* d to
'communicate with each other. The CV.p- |
!tin general strict orders tbat no one |
! should be allowed t speak to them. Mr. ,
I Adic has been warned that Tweed might
i make away with himself rather than re
iturnlo New Y'ork. The commander of
ithe Franklin has therefore been instructed
■ to keep him strictly|confinc<i and leave him
j no opportunity to jump overboard.
A FEARFUL FALL FROM A BAL
St. Louis, Sept. 21—George Wintbrop
! made an ascension in a hot air balloon at
.t l'axton, Illinois Saturday and at an alti
tude of five hundred feet balloon bursting
1 with a loud report, began to de cend rap
'•■ idly. The wreck formed u parachute and
;.!checked the rapidity of this descent for
i a short time, hut when about three hun
dred Icct high a collapse occurred. The
, man shot rapidly earthward, striking with
" such forco as to "drive his leg* into the
t . ground up to his knees. Hi* forehead *'*<
! cut open and nose broken by the basket
j falling on him. His back is hurt
i- *nd it is thought hesuffored revere internal
i injuries, which will prove fatal. lie was
a i,live at last accounts.
On Saturday, Sept. 23rd, at Sinithville,
Wayne co., O Robert Ray, son of Dan
iel Uarter, aged 1 year, tJ months and 11
The above death wus caused by accident
and i* a most sad occurrence. The father
of tho child, being a tanner by trude, wa*
engaged at work in his shop, and tho child
playing by his side, unnoticed it wander
ed out in the yard and was absent but a
few minutes when the father started in
search of it, but not succeeding in finding
> it, he seized a hook and hastened to an un
covered vat, and on the second attempt
brought the little one to the surface. Ev
ery effort was mude to restore life but it
was too late ; thu vital spark hud fled, and
•the kindred spirit was launched into eter
nity.—Nevada, (0.,) Enterpriie.
The lather of the above child is a sou of
Wm. Ilartor, of Aaronsburg.
On 27 ult., in Haines twp., Aaron Dut
wcilcr, aged 49 years, J months.
LOST.— A promissory note written by
John Kossinan, was lost by llieun
dersigned on tb grounds of theGrangeis'
picnic on the 28th ult The value ol the
note is SIOO. All persons are hereby cau
tioned against negotiating for said nolo in
It J. C.ROSSMAN.
171STKAYS.— Two head of cattle have
been on the premises of the un
dersigned in little Sugur Valley, since
spring. Tiie one is a large steer, mixed
roan, hind legs white to near the knees.
The other is a heifer about 2 years old, of a
dun color with small white spots on the
rump. These cattle were placed in the
' care of Andrew Gorman, about three
, miles e -t of the Old Fort, where theowner
is rcqu* ted to call, prove property, pay
' costs aud remove the same.
av6t3t. JOWi SIM,
HELL GATE KM'IjWMS KESI'L'I
OF Til K WUKK.
Now York, September 20 llencm
Now ton, in a communication to the Com
missioners of Pilots, say* tho facf nt Hal
le it * Point has boon swept, mil tbo sum
mary of facts it a* follows.- From one
hundred and eighty foul distance (Yum tin
thoro lino to tho line of buoys tho bottom
slope* gradually from right foot of depth
nt near low water to twenty foot Outside
tho 1; o of buoyt nothing K- than twenty
feet of depth at moan low w ater wa* ob
served. Tho divert have boon examining
the roef and report n thorough break
THE V KLLOW KKVKK
Sn\ annah, Sept. SO. There aro many
in a oatoa of yellow fever among old i iti
reo There lit no abatement of tho di*
tons". The total number of deaths since
August 1 i* Sid.
A NCIJKo \oii:H Adits .*T I itK liic• f
lli'ANt It wat at the old market houte
yesterday. I'icle t'uffo Perkinson of
Prince t<> - : go and On >tr S to , t Dinw id*
die between tolioea ot water melon di-ottsa
e.l tho political murx of tho lay'. Said
I'nelo CuilVc, " 1 ain'tgwiiio to r vote lat
radlCol ticket any more.
" Wby 7 -aid I,'intr,
"\S oil,' -aid tho old man, "I dieiuupt 1
wa* in hell last n ght
"Did n.i see any radical utUce holders
4 • Y I tlitl," I tic oK! Iw ; * Hull
was full ofom, sod < very . Illce holder had
a nigger holdin 'tween liiin .nd do lire.
Petersburg 1* -t
"Would you, alter a hen had bee:
ting <>n tho eggs until Ihoy had boconie io.-
it i, i ilVct u change tor the bcl-cr hv put
t-ngn new hen on the r "ttett ',g-
Se.intor Wallace suy s it tho hungry
belly against tho bloody -'art this year.
That's about tho sif.e of it.
I?XM 1 1 PBR ATI BALI
Ihe undersigned, K\ ..to r> ... the .. t
will and testament ot Thotna Hint m, !a'.-
ot Walker tow nship, ('•rilre c > , l'a , dr
cnasoii, ofler the property knowi a tin
"Junction,' at private klo. _ j
This pro erty i* sits, n'.'- lui nla ot la p.
at the intersection of the ilil'hoitii and'
Ma -WE igl tU'i'pifco w'th the jib. • r..nd
loading friiiu Motlcfolito to Lock Haven,
ibout midway between the two pla> .'a
Containing about >S7 Bi-r,-..t land with a
largo DWELLING HUI'SE. STOHK
KOUM, and the ne -e- .try outbuildir.g
all in giH-d order and repair ; there it also
a tin" young Orchard of choice truit in
gfHd bearing condition oh the pr< nn ,-
This property i.- suitable for a privat • r -
dencc, eras a place of public businos* and
common resort ha* no equal inthecounty
A tract <f land, adjoining the Junction
tract, containing about 10 ACMES, w-ii
located and desirable for a small home i
also offered for sale, together with
FOUR FINE FARMS,
one of thi-ni now occupied by Samuel
Showers, containing at out '•>>" ACItKS
one occupied by M< )rtmi<r Mct'linicK",
ooiitnir.ir.fr n' ■ utTrti ACHES ; Cue , ,-u
--pie-t by Jame* Huston, containing about
ISo ACRES, all ailuaU',l counsel to the
propertyfir>t Uesoribtd m Wal'.er up,
mid the other oooupiod hv Michael <\.r
min, containing 24<5 ACRES, and '.'perch
re, neat measure, near the \ lllsge of Jaek
sonvilte, in Marion twj,
These farms are limestone Sard of the
tluest quality, and in n g>- ! state of culti
vation, well supplied with timber, water. 1
and fruit, with Rood buildings erected on
each. The farms occupied by >huw.rs.
McClirtoc, and Hustcn, abound in
Iron Ore of the Finest (Quality, |
in paying quantities a vein being now
profitably worked by Moiin Irwin A.
Mr Coy of this county, on one ofth -m
The preutite* above mentioned will be
old as de*igna'.ed,r in such tracts u map
tuit the wants of purchasers, where the le
ratioa is such as to warrant a division or
Persons desirous of purchasing any of
the above described premises, will please
apply to either of the undersigned, who
wii' lake pleasure in showing theru ibo
same, when terms and conditions will he
JAM KS 1! CSToV. N .'.'.an v. Pa.
JAMES P. COBURN. An- >i.burg.
sept *2B 3m Kzccutors.
JJOI'SK& LOTS AT PUULICSALE
Ity virtueof an Order of the Orphan's
Court of Centre County, there will he of
fered at public sale, at Aaronsburg, on
Saturday Oct. 14. the following de
scribed real v.-latc ol David Acker, u- c 1
namely, two Square, s.tua'.e in tl. t wn
of Aaronsburg. tho otto marked on the
plan ot said tow n as 'p.iaro 18. the lots of
which are numbered J'2. tit I. "JH, and JtV
The other squat, adjoining tho last above
mentioned, the lots of which are number
ed in the general plan of said town with
No s. 'JUti, 2U7. 'AO and At*. Also a dwell
ing house and two lot*, *ituat, .ntl.ct wn
aforesaid, hounded east by Chestnut st .
south by Vine; west by I t N > 212 and
m>rt(i by Blackberry alley, nno marked
with the number- 210 and 2l 1 n the plan
of .-aid town. Also a tract of Woodland,
• iluato partly in llaincs and partiV in
Milo townships, hounded by lanJ- of
Kniutiuel Ettiuger, Win. Clover, S Bote,
J .hn Forster and (SraU heirs, containing
10 acre*, neat measure.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, p. in.,
when term* will he made known
FRED KL UTZ,
21 sept A Jminislralor.
A CHOICE FARM and HOUSE
and LOT FOR SALE.
Will In' exposed ( public calc, S-pt. 80.
next, the following described property, *t
the Into residence of John Emtuert, dee'd,
situate in Harris township, Centre county,
one FA KM, containing one hundred end
thirty-thr- acre* more or lw. bounded
bv land- of B. Everhart, dec d, Jainei
Glenn, McFarlen, Mr. Henderson. d I,
and other.. The farm is well watered
B never failing stream of ureter running
through the farm end within thirty yardi
of the bam, ei:o, e well of neverfailing wa
ter HI the hou.c, with good puinn in it
The i approvement* ere a Inrge FKA.MJ-
HoL'SK. tw." -tori-s high, elmo.t new ;
a frame bank barn, forty live by eighty
feet and all other nece-*ary outbuilding-.
This is one of the b.wt producing farms in
this section for all kinds of grain : it is all
limestone land. A large ORCHARD ol
choice fruit on the premises.
For particular! inquire of V\ in. Wert.'
on the farm. _ ,
Also olio Jlou-e and lot situated in
Uoilsbtirg, Centre county, the hou-ois tw<-
stories high, with kilrhi'ti attached to i!.
and all necessary outbuildings Hl-O a good
-table, a never failing well of water with
good pump. The lot i* well set with fruit
trees ot belt quality.
Also two acres and 112 porches of excel
lent laiiu situate n*ar the German Reform
ed church in Doal-lurg within two squares
of above house. Sale ut 10 o'clock, n. ni.
JOSIAH NEFF, Executor of J Ktu
tu ert. dee'd. San*
A Farm For Sale.
Will be exposed to public sale, on Kri
day, ti. t, 13, 1870. the following dcs> ribed
property, at tho late residence of George
Frederick, deceased, situate in Gregg twp.
Centre county, Penna.
A FARM CONTAINING 100 ACRES,
nu.rc or less ; bounded by lands of Daniel
Klino, dee'd, John Tibheiis' heir-, Mich
ael Armagast, and other*. The farm is
WELL WATERED; b. sides a never
failing stream running near Ilia buildings,
water is brought t" the house in pipes ; al
so a two story DWELLING HOUSE,
BARN, and oilier outbuilding- ; also suf
ficient ORCHARD OF AI'PLK AND
OTHER FRUIT FREES. Sal- to mm
meuce at 1 o'clock, p. m., ul said day,
when terms will be made known,
sept. 14. SAMUEL GRAM LY.
sepl4 Administrator of Geo. Frederi-k.
A VALUABLE rtA'flifl FOB
IN COLLEGE TWI*., CENTRE CO., PA.,
on the line of the Lewi.-burg, Centre A
Spruce Creek Railroad.
A Valuable Farm
containing 110 acres, more or less. There
is also Ten acres of valuable Timber,
which tho purchaser could have if desired.
Tim farm is well fenced und well watered,
Cedar creek running through the place.
The buildings on tlie place consist of a
Two-Story Stonu House,
spring-house, barn and all other necessary
outbuildings. There is on the placo a
Nice Lot of Fiue Fruit Tries.
Near tho place aro several innnufacto
s ries, und shops of all kinds cor: vonient It
i is expected that thedepot will be located on
■ lands adjoining.
' For particulars, address
J. a. FOSTER,
'l7 Mtf.lli JJuiJiburg.
T (lalveeton , Teiat, September, 27 This
iiVorninf General Mraxton T Mragg drop
ll t od dead whilo rrotting Twentieth street
In front of the post other. Ho was I'd
| years of age.
I 1 hiring the recent hurrieatte at St. Thorn
ia tho American barkentine ldella Merry.
"jCaptaln Turner, wa* lost, w itlt all on hoar t
o ( save two rentnen.
M ,UT K I*rs.
v 1 Philadelphia, October 2 Flour ex SI l*)<p
'* 1 2ft Minnen'ta family ll 7o(-v7 Od \\ liei.t
( amber 1 24 H 1 2rt Wheal, red western 1 'JO
ltye 70 6# 78-01 over seed lOflOppll 00C irn
mixed W to) •'<) Corn Yellow • t (<e Oat
weitern mixed 8-t Oatt new .U • 42 I <r i
IOJ(.e ll Mutter New York ex ii Hut
ter nrtt SOt.i.'ll Mutter western extra "> ( .
SOCheee 10D"111 Kgp* w.tt -rn IB ( 21
Petroleum refined 2d,
Chicago October V Flour common to
'* choice )4 lifu 6 Ik' 4 lour go- d to tutu t
5 2A(ik 'fi24 Wheat October I 071 Wheat
teller November 1 Obi Corn seller October
. !4"i| Corn seller November l't| Oat* >rll,
September ll tint seller OctoU" lty<
-I Miiaut Mikxit liilMftr. Sept. tt">, by
.; S Ullpll) A M. N itt •
1 ' Wheat, red. sl.ou.
Corn old, .40.
Out*, while, Jo.
" black, .22.
KKLI.KKONTK MAKKK I S.
>V hlte Wheat S1 2d lied Itt' ... Ky c7B
Coin ear* Id, I" <latailarley '.HI
m CI I.! 8,50 ~ „Po(libM 9
Lard per pound 8 I'urkper p<>undtN
Kutter'A) Egg- 18 Plaster pctoi
>ll Tallow 8 MaeonlO limn 15
l.nrd p< r p and Kcent* Itu kahea
no c! Knur per I mi! ret.ill 7.U'..
N v.-i '-.•■•tia platter fli •" t'.iy U|
planter $ .',60 per 'JOOOIbs. Shelled ccrn 1
A I'A lit'.
T ill utibsri idtrrii f fivm tie-* .ir ra eui iuell*
ten* f fi-ulh, UerA. il wsillnP#* 4<*f km
! kiati if I, ! • ill ♦ .i it. tl.a•. •ill ..• >. .
fl*r ft bi'fe I'tilb jrt**t tfiur.lj lis ttlfc , If.y
4 HUM -uty In Ni Jill * ell a het.il • < if sMi.n
enl c vr*|.t;* < itie !<•* .•< r; b 1 Itmnu. '• . < l ,
KlHe IHL •*■, .New leuciii 10 J FT(-i tan
Mr. Daniel I' Itoalty, tnanufaeturer and
proprietor of tho lleutti I'iano and M.-at
ty cel.- rated t.ol ten I ugue Par.or Of.
gaiu. Washington, N. J , is certainly a
very reasonable and generou- man t,> trans
act business with. He make* this very
fair proposition to any who may favor him
| with an order, a- follows "It the instru.
finent does u l prove satisfactory after a
|tost trial of five (lay v after receiving it the
purchase money wul be refunded up n the
rciurn of the Instrument, and he will pay
ifreight charges both ways. 1 ' This is cer
tainly an exceeding, generous, arid sate
manner in which t" transact business with
hiiu. lie warrants his instruments for six
years Set-his advertisement. July 20.y
Sample <fc HcNitt.
MARK ET PRICK
All Kindsof Grain."
A! .vv t <n hand ,ti. lat ! ■ ••r ; r-, us tha
< U> where.
COAL. PLASTER ANI > SALT.
Farmers of Cvntrc*minu tK< place.
Report Of Prices
Turjtcniiue, 40 els. I
Liusved Oil, 62 ct*.
While Lead. $10.50.
Nai f. $11.25 per
Bar Iron, 2} ct..
COOK ING HTOYJ S. 7 in., sl6 00;.
Bin , $11.00:9 in .$:
80011 BTOVBS, BEST ANTI
CLINKERS, PATENT FLUES. '
10 in.. $10.00; II iu.. $12.00 ; 12 iu-. 1
ROOM COAL STOVES, $4 to .
Galvanized Coal Buckets, 50 eta.
Galvanized Coal Shovels, 10 cL. 1
Fire Brick, 75 rts.
Coal Grates, SI.OO.
Always for sale the best and Cheap-!
eat Cooking and Boom Stoves in the.
F. G. FRANC! SCU S.
Learltlown, Sept. 20. 1870. sept 28.
EXTRAORDINARY Inducements to Cash Buyers.
>Ve wish tosav to the people of Prun* Vallev, (hat we
have just opened and are now oflerinj full lilies of all
goods that Ave deal in at such prices defy com
ment, or competition.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO EXAMINE OUlt STOCK.
OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT ia lull ul llat- Boots and SIIOOT.
galua, at from Five dollars for a full SuiL of Men's Cloth- _
IUK up to the finest Ready Made goods in town. Ladiee fchoes at 1 dollat per pair. Misses bhoceat
® |75 cents per pair. Men's I'luw Shoes at 51.25. Men's
ltrogans at $1.25. In the
DRY GOODS NOTION DEPARTMENT
At such prices as will astonish you, Calicoes at 5 cents. We have Ladies'llose at 5 cents. Ladies' Hose at 10c.
Muslin at (!, 7 and 8 conl*. Dress goods in all the Men's Hose ut 5 cents. Ladies' handkerchiefs at sc.
newest styles from 10 cents per yard up to lhe;beet'lvid Gloves at 50 cents. Clark's O.N. T., Cotton, tic,
grades of Silk. [and all other goods in proportion.
21 va 113 A GALL XVr)2N YOU GOii)£ 1 1 0 WYVM--GtaSflaifl3£a THa fLAG£
-TIIE OLD ESTABLISHED STAND OP Apr 27
S. LA. LOEB.
]I A UDWAIIE AND STOVES!! HARDWARE AND STO\ ES-!!
COMPLETE LINE OF ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE.
SPEARS, ANTI-CLINKER, SILVER MOON, TAKLOR STOVES, THE BEST IN THE MAIL""" " !I IE 13 NOTHING TO
EQUAL IT IN SERVICE OR BEAUTY. I'rico reduced to suit the times.
SUSQUEHANNA COOK STOVES IMPROVED, ANTI-CLINKER, GRATE AND REVERSIBLE TOP PLATES. Warranted the
best baker in the market.
SOVEREIGN PORTABLE RANGES, can attach a watur-back for heating water iu Bath Room, very litMe higher than ordinary Cook
Sloven, and good bilkers. NN e also have a lull line of cheep aud medium price PARLOR SlO\ hH. i'ricea to tuit the trade.
THOMAS A. HICKS BROTHER,
In fuui Statoh tho Dt-uiocrala have
,r.iiiu'l over lOU.nfXl |Ki|>uiar voU nut of
hhi.ihlO, and aocurevt uguin of 10 elvcto
rnl VOU-B out of2B.
lii four States, Vermont, .Maine, Ar
k,ac-us, and Alabaitin, all of which voted
t< r (iiaiit, tlio ih publican* lum- 12<>,(hIU
votca, or iicurly one-quarter of the entire
vote of both parties.
1 The work <>f grinding ihe Mollies goes
on Lravoly. Two mora main bar* <>| the ~r-ganir.atiori
ganir.atiori have lurmd stMla'e avidenct it.
!' 'tins Potuville trials.
Tho indisti Commission has elfn ted a
(reatv with 11.0 Sioux ehials a>seiubled at
Ked Cloud. It provide, for their removal
!Jio the Indian Territory.
Tho tilnguo has hrukan ot among the
• Turk* before AlrxiriaU They art cum..
pet led to changa their position* every three
I days, and burn their louts and beds.
l-'.url* Friday morning 22, a train on the
Pen Handle Hail road, going West, ran oil
the track ehoul ten miles rail Colum
bus, Ohio, at Black Lick station, killing
four persons and woundiiig about thirty
' Mother, said a little urchin when he
ante home, '"1 have seen such a smart
preacher Ha stamped and made auch a
nui*o, and then, he got mad; he shook bij
fist nt the folks, and there wasn't anybody)
dared go up and Eg! t bin A whole-
some rcbuku for some preachers.
A'f Oiil TiiZ HALL,
Wolfs Old Stand.
Magnificent St< < k of Spring aud SUUJ
n;cr G )u.
OnsPrjcbl Low i
I'OLITE ATTENTION !
Having just returned from the Kiui, and:
bought at panic prices, 1 am now prepared
to -ell hraper than ever before. My stock|
con-iris in part of j 1
HATS A CAPS,
BOOTS <t SHOES,
SANDALS, etc., Ac.
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear a spec
A LARGE STOCK OF
REAIY - HADE CLOTHING
un-tantlv on hand. I>ook at the fi a '- '
(}<>od CiUfimerc Suit.*, SIO.OO
(!uod Gatsimerc (\>d\ S3.OC' ,
C.istoiners will Bud the stock com
plete, and a call is all that is required,
tu assure you that this is the best
place in tha valley to buy your goods
Renumber, tre have but one price for
"iMrokT AJJT TO BUILDERS ThiXr.
dcr.- gne lit ii,iw prepared to tell Brick at
hi* kiln* at Centre Hall t uit purcha*ers,|
st reasonable rati , also to furnih or eon-'
tract Brickwork. S. S. FAKNER
7 ocl y
J GH N FTAXKX AS'DKR, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Respectfully offer* hi* iirufouiond *er
v'tcs to the citizen* of Centre Unli and
•Hc'nitv Consultation in Knglib or Ger
jman. Ha a full line of instrument* for
i vtract.'g teeth. Office and residence in
jtlic Luth. parsonage. 27feb tf
(Successor to J. K. Miller A Son )
Dealer in Pure Drugs and Medicines.
Dye stuffs, and Druggist's eundri s
I'LLIF WISE ASUUUVOHB
For medicinal purposes.
The best brand* of
always in stock.
Prescription* carefully Compounded.
lit A T. COTTLE.
4 s'istrs* llatll.
Having opened roomt on the 2nd floor
of Lift Jt rlory * building he is pre]mr
e-i l> mniu'acturv all kinds of men's and
boy's garments, according t" the latest
rtyles, and upon shortest Duties, and all
w u rk wat ranted to render satisfaction.
Cjtling and repairing done
,). & .1. HARRIS.
NO. . R , BROTKERHOFF ROW.
J A J. HARRIS,
ViiW 6TOKK. NJtW GOODS AND
11. A. LARRIHEM.
at the old Centre Bill stand.
J usl opening a Slock of
j OLD FASHIONED PRICES!
A large variety of
Ladies Dress Goods
Great Bargains in
Muslins and Calicoes.
! Heady-made Clothing
Warranted to Suit,
iiis Cloths and Cusbncrt,
Caut h excelled
His Crocery Department.
Astonishes every one in assortment and low
'Syrup, Sugar, Tea, Coffee. Canned fruits,
Domes.li and Foreign FruiU. Cheese, i
and every other article belong
ing to the Grocery Depnrt
in en t.
SCrFarmers, Mechanics and Laborers
look to your Interest One dollar ved b 1
a dollar In pocket. Then call and see as
what astonishingly low price*.
>i trouble to show Goods -*5 1
Alao the choicest Family Fwui al
ways on hand. Apr. lb, y.
U.S. G. ouTEXITS", ~
Offvn hte fti fwl iiiRI trTlreio t! > mMic !• I*
i r'i.rd M s*rf- rta L ofmDuU la U*e daaUti uc
If* U -• fultjr Mtfifl fettb I#b
' trlUtott ; •%! u. m ** " ,Jtl
• fwrnyl gtunUdi ctn W aH "
u bt ta 4 iaat ft * ■• < au oaaat#. Of
fVoaartUi D. r (oKnof. HeliwlMto
IITM P. WIIa7)K". A '.torn e v -at- La w .
v 1 Bellafbnlc Pa. Otiie in Mrs. Ben
nor's Building. Bellalonte Pa.
jl lOUN F IMTTER. Attorucy-at
l-aa rollwtkatprnmrMr mad* and
: tUßtlMi|lsc h> those Un&| Uds of ur. D#ns (f
sk Win draw up am! bav a* knm lV <r> d I k d
j M t-|g4 4-Ms. Si (tfloa to lhe dhamaad, nwrt u aid* ol
'tiia court hMMtt HUa?oaU.
BOOT & BJJOE M A K EE
| DIPLOMA )
J Awarded l / Johti Powers for tbo
best ln Bku mhiLited 1.1 Cen- f
! ire County Fair for the year 1876.)
Opuusite Bush 11 <UJP,
He keeps coUaUutl}' on hand a full
| line of
it O < T S i Ml Ml i: H.
r J ?} £ 'j >J 0 £ 3
jior ladies, kept '-onstantly <n hand.
WE DEFY OOMPETITION !
| Boot* and Shoe* for men and women, of
IMII style?, quality and prieea, from the
mo*', costly to the cheapest, .constantly
|kjtl on hand. apYi
ii i: \it i it < o% l it,
Muighruin uf m.ud UMIU la
II A l( N E S S,
BADDLRH. HKIDLKS, Ac,
CKhT&E HALL, FA
X&"Repairing of ail kind* executed at
short notice. .jun Cm.
Kttlll J t> HiittoßitT J t.r.i n ti.
JOHN Hon KK. fk.lkhUo*tHM.
PENNSVALLEY BANKING CO.
CENTRE HALL. PA.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS, and allow Inter;
et; Discount Notes; Buy and
Sell Government Securities,
Hold and Coupons
PXTXE lioYrxa, Wsi. B. Jd INGLE,
j __ Pres't. Cashier.
IC. 1. ALEX A VPKK. C. M. Bow car
, A LEXANDER A BOWERS, At
,- a. Unnii law. licilsfonu hp* ulsuoatiaa
1' rro • ' 1 to ticaa- and Ui) Uu < ~url inr;.„
l* lannMM la German aaj Knallih OSUs la
i <' aju.it. . i-uiWiaa. ntfW '.i U
-11 uiMiera*tjed aurn •:.**}< * ur* f utLi Wu
ratted.,! • 4 aaiit, a< bW fei.a,, tssr fia,
lt.r-*k MUU. in 11 -!: • ia;. Tb. oaauaat ua* -'r—rij
Wi jJ 1. 1. I(r .uaIKIM B|M. IS. I. I SK
i.H ana ua , i -w>c 1 at'*l| aaiiala. tnr unva ail
jst* aaarr 11 baabaan uanj. aua aa thins! lo Sl<? mm
ma tteta< tu/ae ! m l> l i.tarna. WaU* I'ltma, or
IJi tsw Immaal kaa slrwl, l am. ut*d far and
hl. as. n uGsm-1 lbs ulmaal aauaiartl.m IVraotu
amafura r..aatruriinn i i.trrn. Urui* W'atar
jAt .mal find K to ihnr Aitjiif u- IssMur llii* u.
rnlßd a* 4 MUti Hi AI L WATTUIU iLm ATtiri# Ml rvtsf# |
.* <; MICYPH '
| TLA *J R **" | 4 A.
r pJIE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE
A NEW THING IN
AN OLD PLACE.
The Itdlcfonte public snd the people of
lb c country yen orally will be pleated to
know lLat ili old anil well established
!*.<• the property of James C. Williams,
on Allegheny street, tn xi door to Hicks' 1
hard*are emporium, has been re
opened for business and is be
ing rapidly re-stocked and
tilted out with the best and most popular
DRUGS AND MEDICINES.
and everything usually kept in a first-class '
I'KISt RIPTIOMtCIRLITL ,
LY roiu|Muud-<l at all MOUTH
ol the day or night, and particular and
prompt attention given to the wants of
farmers and others
who lire in the country. Store never
closod to those who want medicines or
anything in the drug line.
The undersigned hopes, by Uriel attentior
;o Itur.r.cvf, to merit and receive the pub
H M HERBINGTOX,
6 apr lr. Agent
D. F, LUSE.
J tiers his services to the cititeua ol
IIOUHC, Mgn nud Oritiutralul
Striping, ornamenting and gilding,
Plain and Fancy Paper hanging. Orders
reapectfuliy solicited. Turin* reasonable.
X apr tf.
JSR. A. J. OKNDOKFT
!*iiUk*ut<HlAl PlfidiroT* M**i •>•' I* to* pjv
par**d to Irtitrl to th* borne* of ptt.aota *t * kUalam*
Mw render an? daotowd mtloi to hn Una. to the bn*t
manner, id beet sunlit/ and at rl*. |o
•nvrtJ if limtertt mei* a fcpeat* ij Teeth c*
t'Ktel without p*ia m jmi U
Harness. Saddles. &c
j The unde*4jrt>ed. d>errn*ned to meet ibe pop*)**
lemeod for tower price*. ifullj call* tbeaUec.
t fcMi of toe public to hi* aUnk of
sew offered at the.-Id at and. Iwim <'e;ecdtj tor
Ui# pe'j U eoA the limes. the Unmt end nwel varied
•ad compJfU Ufr>rtturnt of fiaddla*. Ilema*a Collar*
liriilo*. of ftrrj d< soi iption t1 * ti*: .g . Vt Lipa, end
| ftrl ftr.Uii t*>
u*c;t, be now oflen at em re vtl) suit the titaoa
JA< •!* PUflifih Centre IUU.
Ckas. H. Held,
|Clock. tl HlrlioiHkrrt Jcwclci
Millhciiii, Centre Co.. I'a,
At kind* of clocks. Wauha* and Jewelry of the
afeet style*. * aleo tbe MaranvlUe Patent Calender
v lock*, prettdwd wtti- a complete iu4ea of the month
a-<! dj .>f the month and week on tu face, which 1*
warranted t a perfect time keeper.
Ciotka. WaUkae and Jeweirr repaired oo abort no
ae and warranted
Manh oodl How Lostj How
•<JU"u iJ Dr. CoirrrrroU'.
I rlt>mi*4 Ihuoh <h rattld .without rnr.ii
liw>l > Mm.i ; n*i.wotSuHi HNlikw. liW
*• U'. liufxirncj. Mtjl.lunl Plual
•I In. i. ImpwJuowiMo to M-.rti ( ,- tc, ■ ]„>
i.a.uuii<un. K|>up*> m 4 lIU, lolutwi t'J Mll-tadul.
fcn or r in.l rttra.uthcr. rtc
i3V**? ? ■* t t d """'■•l"' ■' * c*at
<loltrtaJ author, la uu. aOuiirabla Kaau
. limo b •Irm. a.lralr., Irani a Ihirt* J. ara" u.xwsui
lowlier, thai ti.r.Uiuou* cooaaqaaf em of .alfahuar
e rtdicalljr curau without the Jtujidii!',* u*m> of
internal medicine or the application of the knife
pontine out a mode of cure at once eiuiplr. certain
and rfl>vtuaj. l.jr means of which rvery sufferer. no
tastier what hi* condition ma/ be. may euro hluaulf
cheaply, private I/, and radically.
1 hi. Uwturr ahaiUd blu tha liaada of nan routh
an.l rrar> man In Iho land '
-..-at andrraaal. ma i.larn anralopa. lo .or addrraa,
F. Hiiro MAX Jt SON.
1* juiy. 41 Ann St. New York; Host Offlca tioi.UM
Coa ?k%nufact or y .
The undersigned hits opened ac
ittblihlunout, at his new shops, lot th
& Spring Wagons,
Sleiuus AND Slkds,
PLAIN AND FANCT
of every description .
All vehicle* manufactured by him
are warranted to render satisfaction, and A.-
equal to any work dune elsewhere.
lie uses none but the host material,
and employs the most skillful workmen.
Hence they dattor themselves t>>- ,: r
."TS?, n l r' t ' " co "- ■'""'"'i'r
a distance'promptly attend
| Come and examine my work before
Ail kiavlof Replug d<u*e,
GRAHAM £. SON,
Have iht exclusive sale in Bellefont*
Echviu T. linrts*
CELEBRATED FINE SHOES.
8 WIDTHS, the
3&3 it iu Wor)0.
WBOLESALK A BAT AIL PEAUCXE IX
SHOE FINDINGS, kc.
All Kind* of Custom Work Made To
"top Street. KELLEFoNTE, Pa.
•JO may tf.
Factory Established 1n.1850.
Frout the Press.
From G. D White, Editor llacketts
town, N. J. Herald.
"The organ ha* a rich, deep and soul
stirring tone : could not rtay in the house
without it. It helps wonderfully to drive
away ibo thought, of hard limua."
The Lebanon Pa. Daily News, says :
"We are in receipt of one of those fve
octave Parlor Organs, manufactured by
D. F. Realty, Washington, S.J. This
organ is a line, *ol*i black valnut case,
and in tone it cannot bo surpassed by any
instrument ol its kind.''
From the Lowell Neb. Register.
"We received this week, direct from
she manufacturer, D. F. lieatty. Wash
ington, N. J., his justly celebrated organ,
elegant in appearance, and handsomely
furniahed unexcelled in richness and pow
er oi tone. We ere more than pleased
with it, and heartily recommend it to any
one contemplating of purchasing as or
Best offer given. Honey refunded upon
return A( orrau and freight charges paid
by me (D. F. Realtyj both ways tf unsat
isfacgory, after a test trial of five days.
Orpin warranted for six years.
Agitnu wanted everywhere, male or fe
male, to canvass for this superior instru
ment. Address D. F. BKATTY,
Washington, New Jersey
CENT R~E HALL
at bis establishment at Centre Hall, keep
I on band, and lor sale, at the most reason a-
I bis rates.
&. Spring Wagons,
PLAIK AKI FANCY*
and vehicles of every de-caipiion made to
order, and warranud to be made of the
best seasoned material, and by the most
skilled and competent workmer. Bodies
for bugg'cs and spring-wag >ns Ac., of the
most improved pattern* made to order,also *
(.•earing of all kind* made to order. All
sinds oi repairing done promptly and at
the lowest possible rat .
Persons wanting anything in hit line are
requestedU>-call and examine his work,
they willfiud it not to be excelled for duff
ability anj wear. may otf.
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~ BEATTYT PARLOR
Elegant style*, with Tilubl improve*
mints. N'ca and Beautiful Solo Stop*.
' )rcr one thousand Organist and Musi
cians indorse these organs and iwwiund
ihem a* strictly 15 ret class in Tone. Me
chanism and durability. Warranted for
Most Elegant and Latest Improved.
Have been awarded the Highest Premie
unit in competition with ether* fur simplic
ity, Durability, Promptness, and Plane
Pure, sweet, and evenly balanced tone,
orchestral effects, and insianteneoua a
cess which may be had to the reed*.
Send for Price List. Addrc**,
DANIEL V BEATTY,
Washington, New Jersey,
OBSTACLES HAPI*T~RKLncf to You. Mm
Tf froai lh<- •QscUof terrors anil r -i.
In JAi-UUU Maahood watered. las
MARRIAGE psdimcuU lo Alsrrtafc nmonf. Mm*
inMbod >0 IrosMnsiK. N. and remarkable
Rooks *nd circulars sent fres In sslod enreloose. As
drew ll..Aiti> Amiilios, 41:' N. .Nlntb St. PhAla
dclnhia. Pa.- An lutlllutiou haslne a bi<b rnvutattae
lor aonoreble conduct and professional stlil. II jtlf,
T L. SI'ANGI.Kit, Attorney-at-Law,
J Bellcfonte, Pa. Office wita
Hush & Yocum. Consultation in English
and German. Collections promptly attend*
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IGrand, Square and Upright
From Kufus Snyder, of the firm of Sny
der & Hendricks, Carriage MauuLsctureri.
of the city of Allentown, Pa :
"I must confess I hardly know how to
express my gratiiication on receiving the
, Beatty Piano you shipped me. It is at
least all I coulu ask, wish or expect. One
of our most eminent musiciana tried it and
spoke in the most favorable terms, after
thoroughly testing it."
Best offer over given. Money refunded
upon return of Piano and freight charges
paid by me (D. F. Beatty) both wayaif
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of fit#
day. Pianos warranted for six years.
Address, D. F. BEATTY,
'ft'" 1 v Washington. New Jersoy.
, \lf M, P. M'M ANUS, Attorney at-law
VT Bullefonte, Pa. Office with Jag.
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