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FPEDK. MALONE, F. A. PROUDFOOT.
"BURG, CENTRE COUNRY, PENN'A.—
The undersigned take this method of informing
their friends and the public generally that they have
opened a Cabinet Wareroom in the house formerly
occupied by C. C. Price as a Carriage manufactory,
where they design keeping on hand at all times and
seasons the most extensive assortment of furniture
ever exhibited east of the Alleghentes.
Their stock will consist of every variety of fur
niture, such as
common Dress Bu
reaus, Sideboards, Centre, Pier,
Card, Breakfast and Dining Tables, Fancy,
Cottage and common Bedsteads,
Also, Chairs of every description and of the very
Undertaking executed with neatness and
Come one, come all and examine their stock and
prices and if they fail to please let the anathemas
of their customers rest upon their heads.
N. B. —House carpentering done up in the short
est notice and in the most improved style of archi
tecture. Sash of all kinds constantly on hand.
All kinds of country produce taken in exchange,
even cash not refused
MALONE & PROUDFOOT.
, Milesburg, April 27,1354. 29
DR. J. M. BLAIR offers his profes
sional fervices to tbe citizen s of Union and
adjoining Townships. When not professionally
engaged he will be found at his office in Unionville.
April 27, 1554: 29 3m.
T^TOTICE. —Letters of administration on
JL al the estate of Henry Miiler, of Walker town
- ship, deceased, have been granted to the subscriber
'-residing m said township, who requests all persons
indebted fo eaiii tp ecme f<rwnrd aird make
immediate payment, and those having claims to
present them duly authenticated for settlement.
April 27, 13-54. 29 6t. Adm'r.
I&XOTICE —Letter? testamentary on
'.Lsl the estate of David Piles, dee'd, late of Fer
guson township, have Leei granted to the subgcri
bers residing in said tovynship, who requests all
persons indtbted to said estate to make immediate
payment, and those having claims to present-them
duly authenticated lor settlement.
SAMUEL H PILES,
Apri! 27, 1564 29 tf. F.xr's
T^TOTICE. —Letters of administration
on the estate of James Smith of Ferguson
township, dece-'sud, have been granted to th£ sub
scriber residing in said township, who requests all
person* indebted to said estate to come forward
and make immediate payment, and those having
claims to present them dulv authenticated for set
tlement. CHARLES SMITH.
April 27, 1854. Adm'r.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
SIS TP. —The partnership heretofore existing
between John B. Thomas and Samuel McKean in
the Tannery and Currying business at Unionville,
Centre County, was on the I2ih of April dissolved
by mutual consent of the parties. All business of
said firm will be sett dd by J. 13. Thomas.
Unionville, April 27, 1854
rgIAKE NOTICE—That I John H.
Ja. Smith of Worth township, Centre county,
signed a due bill or note purporting to be a settle
tlement with William B. Henderson and my Mill
account for grain, anu due bitu thirty three bushels
and one [.eel: of wheat, which is uutrua. The note
or bill was obtained from me by Wm B. Hender
son by mistake or fraud without my receiving val
ue for said note. This is to notify a'i to whom said
note or bill may be offered not to take said note or
bill from W. B. Henderson, or any other person as
1 never will pay the same unless com pel led'by law. '
JOHin H. SMITH,
April 15,1354. 29
-kiTili; Jg'iaflj a*, '.V-L colitioi the-ccrinmris of
the Centre Democrat, we shall require all
communications recommending candidates
for office, which are intended to be of per
sonal benefit, to be paid for the same as
advertisements, at the rate of FIFTY
CENTS per squafe of seventeen lines.
Communications of this nature must cither
he paid for at the time they arc inserted
or be accompanied with the signature of
a u substantial" man.
The above rule" will be uniformly ob
served hereafter, without respect to per
sons. THE EDITOR.
April 13, 1851.
WEYV CLOTHING STORE, BLLO
i/t KEIRHOFF'SROW. OPPOSITE THE CON
RAD HOUSE, bELLEFONTE PENN'A.—NOW
FOR BARGAINS !—TREMENDOUS STOCK
OF CLOTHING!—SPRING AND SUMMER
FASHIONS I—Tfce undersigned announces to the j
citizens of Centre couniy that he is just opening at i
his Store room, in the Borough of Bellefonte, the
largest, best and most fashionable stock of
which has ever been brought to thjs place. His as
blue and fancy Broad
cloth and Linen dress, frock and
Sack Coats. Cloth, Cassimere and Linen
Pantaloons, Cloth, Satin, Silk
Marseilles and fancy
' ' • Vests,
together with almost every other kind of COATS,
PANTS and VESTS which can be mentionod.
Having been engaged in the tailoring business
for a number of years, he feels no hesitancy in say
ing that he is a competent judge of the different
- '"dtinds of goods, and thus possesses a decided advan
... lage overall other dealers in thi3 place in,selecting
Ready-made Clothing. He therefore, can recom
mend his stock as regards the quality of material,
and neatness, durability and fashion of manufacture
to be superior to any offered ia this town.
His Slock throughout has been purchased with
the greatest care and he flatters himself t hat he has
not only the LARGEST assortment, but the NEAT
EST, BEST and most FASHIONABLE READY
MADE CLOTHING any whereto be found in this
section of country. Having bought entirely for
cash and from ihe best houses in Philadelphia he
feels confident that for CHEAPNESS he cannot be
Gentlemen wishing to secure a first rate suit of
clothing, on the most reasonable terms, would do
well to call and examine his stock, he is deter
mined to.seli forCASfl or approved country PRO
DUCE on the most reasonable terms.
** with the Clothing Store he would
- -rolso anncmruß-iU&lsold customers that he still con
tinues to keep "onnutld a large and well-selected
assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres, Veslrngs, &c ,
fce., and that-he is prepared to make clothing to
ordir on the shortest notice and most t.pproved
* tyleß ' WM. McCLELLAN.
Bellefo'niC; April 13, 1854 27 tf.
ILLIAM W. BROWN—Attorney
and Counsellor-ai-Law, will attend to all
business entrnstetl to him in the several courts of
Centre, Clearfield, Clinton ar.d Mifflin counties.
Revolutionary, invalid and Halfpay Pensions ob
tained, also, Bounty Land for services in ail the
wars in which the United States have been enga
Collections and legal business attended to
with promptness and despatch. Office on the north
6ide of the Diamond, one door east of the Post Of
J3f Land Warants purchased at reasonable pri
- BelftiUte, April 13,1854.-27
READ THIS, WILL YOU ?—THE
undersigned is now opening at his store in
the borough of Bellefonte, a very large assortment
of Dress Goods consisting in part of Lawns from
6 1-4 to 37 1-2 cents, Bereges, solid and figured,
Berege De La ins as low as 121-2 cents. Muslin
De Lains as low as 12 1-2 cents, Fancy Ginghams,
Black Gro De Rhine Silks, Chameleon Silks. Kid
and Silk Gloves of every variety, Alpacas, Queens
cloth, Camleteen, Mus. De Beges, Linen Lustres,
Madonna Cloths, Undersleeves as low as 37 1-2
cents, Cbimezettes of every variety, Tamboon
and Needle Work Collars.
An extensive variety of Straw Goods embracing
Bonnets from 37 1-2 ceDts to 3.oo—Hats from 12 1-2
cents for Palm Leaf, up to 0.00 for the latest Pana
ma Press Hat, including Canada and Braid hats of
various qualities and styles.
A large stock of gentlemen's furnish ng, such as
Hosiery, Kid, Linen, Silk. Linen and Silk, Si k Kid
linish and Thread Gloves. Spring Stocks and
Stocks with buckles, Shirt Collars, Napoleon Ties,
Italian, Silk, Linen. Silk and Linen, Gingham,
Lawn and Gingham lawn cravats and Shirts.
A beautiful assortment of Ready-made clothing,
material and make according to the styles and
tashions of the season, such as French black cloth,
black, olive and brown habit cloth, tweed, Ken
tucky jean, cottouade, green and farmer's linen
coats, —Bufl, white and fancy marseilles, linen and
black satin Vests,—black ana fancy cassiinere, sum
mer cassimere, linen drilling, cottonade and far
mer's linen pants —boys linen coats, &c.
Gents calf and morocco boots, Kip and calf mon
roes, French calf gaiters, congress boots, with-pa
tent leather tips, shoes and slippers—boys monroes
—ladies black and fancy fisting gaiters, Kid pump
buskins, New Haven and Jenny Lind ties, Kid,
slippers and boots of various kinds—a large stock
of misses and gaiters, boots and shoes ol
Shoe findings, such as lasts, awls, awl hafts, heel
ball, shoe thread, pegs, awl blades, cast and steel
hammers, Freneh Morocco, Brush Kid, Roans,
Bronze Morocco and Pink Linings.
corn husk Matresses, sacking bottoms, red wooden
hames, wagon whips, fly nets, carpet chain, well
Together with a large assortment of Dry Goods,
Hardware, Groceries, Drugs, Tobacco Mackerel,
Herring, &c., &c., all of which he will sell at his
usual low prices for c-ash or country produce. Call
and examine styles and prices. No charge for
Bellefonte, April 6,1854.
ZINC PAINTS.—O NE T HIRD
CHEAPER THAN WHITE LEAD, AND
FLEE FROM ALL POISONOUS QUALITIES.
—Tbe NEW JERSEY ZINC COMPANY having
greatly enlarged their works, and improved the
quality of their pri'lucts, are prepared to execute
orders for their SUPERIOR PAINTS. Dry, and
ground in Oil, in assorted packages of from2s to
£OO pounds ; also
DRV in barrels, 200 pounds each.
Their white Zinc, which is sold dry or ground in
oil, is warranted PURE and unsurpassed FOR BO
DY AND UNIFORM WHITENESS.
A method of preparation has recently been dis
covered, which enables the Company to warrant
their paints to keep fresh and soft in the kegs anv
reasonable time. In this respect their paints wiil
be superior to any other in the market.
Their BROWN ZINC PAIN f, which is sold at a
low price, andean only be made from the Zinc
ores from New Jersey, is now well known for its
projective qualities when applied to iron or other
Their STONE COLOR PAINT possesses all
the properties of the Brown, end is of an agreea
ble color for painting Cottages, Depots, Out-build
ings, Bridges, iYc.
Dealers supplied on liberal terms by their Agents.
FRENCH & RICHARDS,
Who'e=ale Paint Dealers and Importers,
N. W.'cor, 10th A: Market Sis., Philada.
April G, 1851. 2G 6mo.
||~ IST OL LETTERS, remaining in
R A tbe Post Office at Walker, April Ist. 1854.
E W Monfourt Esq John A Stover
John S Warren Henry Ruckert
Persons calling for any ol the above letters will
please say they are advertised. _
WM. ALLISON Jr. P. M.
April 13, 1854. 27.
TYRONE & CLEARFIELD RAIL
ROAD COMPANY—The Commissioners
named ia llie Act of Assembly chartering this com
pany will attend for the purpose of receiving sub
scriptions to the capital stock of said company at
the Court House in the Borough of Belletonle, on
the 25:h, 26;h, and 27ih days of May, in the town
of Phtlipsburg on the Ist, 2, 1 and 3d days of June,
and at Tyrone city on the sih, Gth, ana '/in, an, r.
Charles R. Foster, John M. Hale,
A G. C-irtin, John C Montgomery, *
A. K Wright, Jas. T Hale.
John T. Hoover, -Josiab W. Smith,
Kilis Irwin, William Powel,
Henry Lorain, William Irvin,
D I. Primer, J. Boynton.
J. B. Patton. Jas. R. Graham.
J. J. Lingle. Gen. Jas trvin.
Commissioners and others.
April 13,1854 27
W~~ TLLIAM D. PARRO'IT
Watchmaker and Jeweller, North
East corner of the Diamond, Bel!efonte,Pa. jjk
—has just returned from Philadelphia withssSiSi
a new and choice lot of Clocks, Watches and Jew
elry of every descripfon. Revolving and Dotlble-
Barrelled Pistols, Knives and Notions, which he
will sell lower than has ever been sold in this coun
ty. Give him a call—no charge for looking.
May sth, 1853 10
TFTTEW SADDLE AND "HARNESS
ESTABLISHMENT, Allegheny st., Belle
fonte,'Pa.—WM. ROTHIIOCK would inform his
lriends and the public generally that he is manu
facturing SADDLES, BRIDLES and HARNESS
in a neat and substantial mannner, and asks tnat
those wishing artitles in his line to give him a
call before purchasing elsewhere. Prices moderate.
To two or three good journeymen constant em
ployment and liberal wages will be given.
Bellefone, June 30,1553.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—Letters of
administration on the Estate of Evan
Williams, dec'd., late of Harris township,
have been granted to the subscriber resi
ding in said township, who requests all
persons indebted to said estate to come
forward and make immediate payment,
and those having claims to present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
April 6, 1854. 26 JOS. BAKER.
heim, Centre county Pa., by J. M .iL'M
JOHNSON—The subscriber having rented the
New Brick House, one door west of D. A. Rul's
Store, in Millheiin he is prepared to entertain
STRANGERS ai d TRAVELLERS in the best
manner. His table is furnished with the best the
market affords and no pains spared to render those
comfortable who may extend to him their patron
age. Itfs strictly a Temperance House. There is
goodstabling connected with the house and atten
tive hostlers are always in altendance. He solicits
a share of public patronage, fully confident that he
is prepared to render general satisfaction.
J. M. JOHNSON.
Millheiin, April 13,1554. 27
SPECTACLES SUITED to aii AGES, FOR
WM. J. STEIN
AS. H. RANKIN-—ATTORNEY
AT-LAW—Be! lefonte, Pa. Office two doors
above the Franklin House and immediately opposite
the Register's office.
April 13,2554. 27
BLANK REGISTRATION MARRIAGE REO
ords neatlj printed and for sale at this offioe.
RE-OPENED. —MRS. E. FOLLMER,
Takes this method of announcing to her
friends and the public generally, that she has
again opened her Store at the old Stand, in the
Arcade, next door to the Franklin House, Belle
She also returns thanks for the liberal patronage
she has received, and hopes for a continuation of
the same,—and now informs her friends and cus
tomers, that she is opening the best, cheapest, and
most carefully selected stock of MILLINe-RY
AND FANCY GOODS, that she has ever had.
New Style of Lawn Bonnets for Spring.
Straw, Braid, Gimp, and Fancy Bonnets, of ev
A large and beautiful ass ortment of Bonnet Rib
bons, from 121 to 62-2 cents.
Muslin and Lace Collars, and Undersleeves to
match, of every variety.
An elegant assortment Embroidered Spencets,
Worked and Dimity Ruffles.
Swiss Edgings and Insertings.
Cambric do. do.
Revere Inserting, Maltese Lace, Thread Lace.
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs —Gloves.
Embroidered and Plain While and Unbleached
A large assortment of Hats, Flats, and Bonnets
Buttons and Dress Trimmings.
Also—A Superior. Lot of Mourning Collars, Un
dersleeves, and Spencers.
All the above will be offered at the, lowest Cash
Bellefonte, March 23, 1854 24 j
AS TINGS.-The undersigtied having
leased the LOGAN FOUNDRY, in the Bor
ough of Bellefonte, together with all its patterns,
notifies his friends and the publie in general, that
he is prepared to make all kinds of GR'.ST, SAW
MILL, FORGE, FURNACE and ROLLING
MILL CASTINGS, as well as any other kind of
Machinery Castings. He is also making a largo
STOVES & PLOWS.
including the Wortz Plow, the Wortz improved
Plow and several others of the most approved
styles, and at the lowest rates for cash or prompt
pay; or at fair rates for trade of all kinds. Being
himself a practical workman he flatters himself
that his work will give entire satisfaction. He has
now on hand
snitable for either coal or wood, which he will
sell on reasonable terms according to size and
style: also nine plate, Air-Tight, egg and other
Coal Stoves, at reduced rates. He would call at
tention to a neat pattern of COA L STOVES, ex
clusively of cast iron which he is now making and
for .neatness and durability cannot be excelled.
He has also on hand every size and kind of Sled
and Sleigh Soles, wagon boxes, kettles,Briceand
Durkee wheels, ic.
He is also prepared to make IRON RAILING of
any and every description, also WATER and
BLAST PIPE of every size from a half inch bore
to whatever size desired.
All orders from a distance will be promptly at
tended to as heretofore, and he hopes byeareand a
desire to please to keep this, what it now is, the
leading establishment in the county .
' A. RINK
Bellefonte, Mar 23. 1554 24
W EAD AND ZINC, IRON PAINT,
jELji OIL AND COLORS, manufactured by
FRANCIS S. LEWIS & CO , REPRESENTED
BY LEWIS. JAMES & CO, 133 SOUTH FRONT
STREET, PHILADELPHIA.-Orders thankful
ly received —punctually attended to, guarranteed
to give satisfaction, and oifered for sale on the
most liberal terms.
For samples and particulars, please address as
LNGLES.—A large supply ofShin-
KCTgles—joint and Lap—constantly on hand and
for sale at the store <>t J. 11. LIPTON.
Milesburg, April 28,1853 —29
P~~ ENNSYLVANIA HOTEL—
(formerly occupied by Henry L.
S. West corner of the diamond, Bellefonte, Centre
co., Pa -This large and conveniently located House
having been completely remodeled, repaired and
improved, is now opened for the accominocatton
of the public. The proprietor of this establishment
respectfully informs his friends and the public that
he has spared neither pains or expense, to render
it a desirable retreat to ail who may favor him
with a call, as he is determined to do all in his pow
er to promole their comfort and couvenience.
His Table will always be supplied with the best
that the country wil 1 afford.
His Bar will be stocked with the choicest liquors
and nothing left undone to please and gratify the
The Rooms are large and well ventillated.
The Stablingfoonneeted with the establishment
is large and excellent and in charge of careful and
He also h '.s erected sheds for the use of carriages
-Stages are arriving and dcpartingdaily.
Ia short nothing shall be neglected to give satis
faction to those favoring him with a call.
R. D- CUMMINGS.
Bellefonte, Jnly 15. 1852 . 40
FAIRVIEW FEMALE SEMINARY,
JACKSONVLLE, CENTER COUNTY, Pa.
—The summer session of this institution will com
mence on the first Wednesday of May next and
continue 21 weeks.
The course ot instruction is thorough embracing
ail the branches of solid and accomplished
TERMS—Tuition, board furnished rooms,
light, drc. $45.00
EX I'RAS—lnstructions on the piano inclu
ding use of instrument, 14.00
Instructions on Zither, f 00
Vocal Music in classes, 2 00
Drawing and water coior painting, 8.00
Fancy Needle-work, 3.00
Ancient end Modern Languages, 8 00
The session bills to be paid $'25.00 in advance
and the balance at tne end of the session and be
fore the pupil is removed.
For further particulars circulars may be obtain
ed by addressing the undersigned.
J. RHOADS, M. D. Principal.
April 6. 1554. 26. 4t.
W~TLL PAPERS! WALL PA
PERS ! !—The subscribers have now in
store their complete Fall Stock of Paper Hangings
Curtains, &c. which they offer at very low prices,
wholesale and Retail.
Our assortment is very complete, comprising all
the qualities, both French and American.
We mgnutacture a large proportion of our goods
and can sell at the lowest rates.
JUT" Paper Hanging done m the Country at
PARISH & HOUGH,
No. 4 North FIFTH Street, Philadelphia.
March 23, 1554. 2t.
HOMESTEAD. EVERY MAN HIS
OWN HOME.—The subscriber wishes to
dispose of TWELVE VALUABLE BUILDING
LOTS, situate in the borough of Bellefonte.
ALSO—One other Lot, situate in said borough,
with a house thereon erected. The above lots will
be sold together or seperutely to suit purchasers,
upon easy terms. Application should be qjade im
mediately. For particulars inquire of
- , BERNARD McCLAIN.
Bellefonte, Sept. 29. 1853 Cmo.
KOSSUTH CLOCKS just received and for
sale at No. 4 Brckerhoff's Row, by
May 26, 1853. Wrn. J. Stein.
6jC ALES. Sold at their ITPT'V
WAREHOUSE, No. 240 /|J *
Market Street, Phtla'd. /
Bailroad, Hay, Coal and /
set in any part of the country, bv ' 1
experienced workmen, and at short notice.
April 6 1854. 26 6aic.
THE subscriber received by last night's
express •' another" lot of Gold Pa'ent Lever
Hunter, and Gold Lepine Watches which will ba
sold cheaper than the cheapest.
WM. D. PARROTT.
June 9. 1853-35.
PENN'A.—The undersigned would respet
fully announce to his old friends and the publie
generally, that he has just removed tothe large and
commodious new Stone House, near the Diamond.
Allegheny street, Bellefonte, Pa. The building
having been erected expressly, for the purpose,
and according tothe plan of the most elegant and
approved hotels in the eastern part of the State he
feels confident that it is much better calculated tor
comfort and convenience than any other in this
country. He has also furnished it in the best man
ner ;—sparing neither pains nor cost to render it
comfortable and agreeable to those favoring him
With their custom.
The Stabling connected with the establishment
.is large and convenient with an excellent carriage
By strict attention to bis duties, long experience,
and a determination not to be excelled by any
house in this sect ion, he hopes to merit the favor
and custom of the public.
Persons visiting Bellefonte on business or pleas
ure. will find the "Conrad House" a pleasant and
cheerful stopping place.
Bellefonte, Nov. 10, 1853. 5 Proprietor.
DISSOLUTION.— NE wFIR M .
The copartnership heretofore existing be
tween the undersigned and John Tonner under the
firm of E. C. HUMES & Co., was dissolved by the
withdrawal of the latter on the 19th inst. It is de
sirable that the business of the late firm should be
closed as speedily as possible, and hence all those
having unsettled accounts are respectfully request
ed to call and settle the same at their earliest con
venience. The books of account are in the hands,
and will be settled by the undersigned to whom
payment of all claims will be made.
The business in future, will be conducted at the
old stand, by E. C. Humes and W. H. Humes, un
der the style of E. C. HUMES & BRO.
And, as they are particularly desirous of accom-
Hiodaifug the old and highly valued customers of
this establishment, they confidently look for a re
newal of their patronage, promising to use their
best endeavors to sell goods at as low rates, at
.leastas the same quality are sold in this country,
and at the same time satisfy them in all other re
spect s. They will continue to purchase grain oi
tall kinds for cash.
Bellefonte, July 28,1853—tf.
A "GOOD MILL SITE FOR SALE.—
Any one desiring an investment in a property
oi this kind may find it greatly to their advantage to
make an examination of the premises. It is very
pleasantly situated in Nittany Valley about three
and a quarter miles East of Bellefonte on a never
fr.illng stream of Limestone Water and so neat its
fountain as not to be affected by the ice during the
wintar, and in a place that defies opposition from
i any other quarter than those now in existanco ; —
i Bellefonte is the nearest on the West, the Bald Ea-
I gle (3£ miles) on the North, Hoys (7 miies) on the
feast, and Gordon's (7 miles) on the South—connea
| ted with some of the best farm land in the county,
] and in a neighborhood that fully warrants the eon
! station of a small Store with the Mill ; and there
lit no serous obstruction to almost any amount ef
(power with an overshot wheel. These, together
! with other advantages that might be ennteratcd,
! certainly make it a desirable site for any one pre
j pared to enjoy a home of this description.
. For further information apply at this Office.
] Dec. 2, 1852.
T~ HE YOUNG AMERICAN'S LI
BRARY—A Useful and Attractive series of
j Books lor Young People, Embracing Events con
nected with the Early History of our Country and
I Lives of Distinguished Men", written with much
I care and in an entertaining manner, with illustra
tions of Important Events and beautifully illumin
j ated Title Pages.
i Containing the life of Daniel Webster, the groat
American statesman, with numerous anecdotes, il
lustrative of his character, and the following illus
trations; Youug Daniel in the Saw Mill. Webster
Fishing at Fryburg. Webster Declining tha Clerk
ship. Webster Expounding the Constitution. The
Bunker Hill celebration. JVlarshfield, the residence
of Webster. Webster on his larm.
The Life of Henry Clay, the Mill Boy of the
Slashes, nine illustrations.
The Life ol Benjamin Franklin,nine illustrlions.
, .The I life of Gen Washington, nine-illustratlnus.
The Life of Marion, nine illustrations.
The Life of Lafayette, nine illustrations.
The Life of Wm. Penn, nine illustrations.
The' Life of Gen Taylor, nine illustrations.
The Life of Andrew Jackson, nine illustrations.
The Lie of Napoleon Bonaparte, nine do
The Old Bell of Independence or Philadelphia
in 1776, nine illustrations.
The Yankee Tea Party and other stories of the
Revolution, nine illustrations.
Containing in all over 100 illustrations.
Each volume is well written, possessing a high
moral tone, aird can safely be placed in tiie hands
of young people; they contain numerous anec
dotes, illustrative of the early history ol our coun
try and are well adapted for larnily or school Libra
Price per set, handsomely bound in cloth, gilt
backs, and neatly put in boxes, $6,75.
Price per volume neatly bound, cloth gilt,sG cts.
Colporteurs, Agents or School Libraries will be
supplied at a liberal discount. Copies will be sent
by Mail postage free, upon the receipt of the price
of the set, or any volume.
LINDSAY & J3LAKISTON,
Publishers, 25 South 6th St. Pliilad.
February 2d, 1854. 3mo
"A, * IGHT Day and 30 hour alarm clocks,
jCj a most excellent article for sound sleepers or
those who would wish t-o rise early, just received
and for sale by Wm. J. STEIN.
Bellefonte, May 'g%
NEW ARRIVAL.—Just received and
for sale at the Bellefonte Bookstore-a large
and splendid assortment of standard and miscella
neous books. Also, music and School books,
Schools, Academies, and Seminaries supplied on
verv liberal terms by GEO. LIVINGSTON.
Nov. 24, 1&53. 7.
RAGS I RAGS I I RAGS I ; I—TOBO
TONS OF RAGS WANTED in large or
small quantities, for which the highest market
price in cash will be paid by
F. A. SERVER & CO.
16 Commerce St. Philadelphia.
March 23,1854-24—3 m.
LOOK HERE ! —Just received at the
Bellefonte BookStore a very large assortment
ot Blank Dav Books, Ledgers, Justices, Dockets'
&e., of a superior quality of paper. For sale at very
Jaw prices bv GEO. LIVINGSTON.
W~ M.J. STEIN—WHOLE
SALE AND RETAIL DEALER
IN CLOCKS, WATCHES and JEWELY ]
No. 4 Brokerhoff's Row, Bellefonte, Pa.—
Repairing promptly attended to, and all work war
anted. Goods sold warrranted precisely as repre
sented. [May 26, 1803.
"BROCKET DIARIES for 1854 ; also very
handsome Port-folios for sale by
Jan. 5, '54, GEORGE LIVINGSTON.
WARE.—An extensive as-
sortment just received and for sale bv
WM. J. STEIN.
CASH! CASH! GASH! HIDES*!
HIDES! HIDES ! —The highest market price
paid in Cash for all kinds of hides and skins at the
Bellefoqte, Jan. 5, '53. 13
LAW ! LAW !! LAW ! !!—The new
Editi on of Puidon's Digest of the Laws of
,'-*jnsyivan ia, Binn's Justice, Graydon's Forms,
and Roberts Digest, just received, and lor sale by
Belief onte, Jan. 26, tSs4—l6.
W~ MT J7 STEIN would inform his
old customers and the public generally
that he has just returned from the city with a very
large and superior assoitment of Clocks Watches
I and Jewelry, at reduced prices.
| Bellefonte Sept. 2 1852.
LOW PRICES AND NEW GOODS!
The Greatest Place lor Bargains in Town,
WILLIAM J. KEALSH & CO.
HAVE just opened at the old stand of Jacob Rothrock & Co., Arcade building,
Bellefonte Pa., a very large and varied assortment of WINTER GOODS, which forexrellence
of quality and cheapness cannot be surpassed in any section of country. The stock having beenseleo
ed with great care by Mr. Kealsh, who for a number of years past has been engaged in the mercantile
business in Philadelphia, tliey feel confident that for variety, style and quality they cannot be outdone
Their assortment is immensely large, embracing every thing ever kept in country stores, consisting in
part as follows :
Gentlemen's Goods. —Black, blue, green and invisible Cloths, Cassimeres of every
color, price-and quality ; velvet, satin, silk, and fancy vestings ; handkerchiefs cra
vats, robes, &c., &c.
Ladies Goods. —Black and figured dres3 silks, rncrinoes, mous-de-laines, plain and
figured ; cashmeres ; American and Persian cloths ; cloaks and fancy alpacas ; sack
flannels ; zepher scarfs and hoods, kid, silk and thread gloves, &c.; ginghams and
calicoes ; silk and gimp trimmings ; ladies collars, victorincs and under-sleeves linen
handkerchiefs ; mull edgings and insertings, thread edgings, &c.
Calicoes, muslins, brown and bleached, shirtings, Irish Linen, &c,, very cheap,
Hats. —A large and excellent assortment of Hats, silk, moleskin, Kossuth, &.
Boots and Slioes. —Ladies kid slippers, gaiters, misses fancy ditto, gentcemen's
heavy calf and brogan boots, calf and brogan shoes, boys and childrens dittolc large
Ready Made Clothing. —A large and well selected stock of ready-made clothing,
consisting of overcoats, sack coats, vests, plain, silk and fancy, pants of every imagi
nable color and of the latest fashion.
Hardioare. —Comprising in that line, such as shovels, spades, hoes, fork, axes,
chains, Knives and forks, carvers, spoons, pocket and pen knives, hinges, screws,
Saws, Nails, Spikes Sec., Sec. _
Groceries and Quecnesware, and an endless variety of Fancy Goods anil other
articles that is unnecessary to talk about in an advertisement.
Our motto is u Quick Sales and Small Profits Tho goods need no commenda
tion but to be examined.
Business will be done exclusively upon, the cash principle or its equivalent.
|CY* All kinds of country produce and lumber wanted for which the highest mar
ket price will be paid in goods.
EF* Pedlars furnished with goods at wholesale prices.
By strict attention to business they expect to merit and receive a liberal share of
Bellefonte, January 19, 1854—15.
H BRIDGE'S Star Dagtier
• REAN GALLERY, Brokerhoft's Row,
Second Floor, next door to the one formerly oocu
pied as the Centre Democrat Office, Bellefonte, Pa.
Nature has triumphed, and ingenious art
May to <ach chain an added grace impart,
Control the rays that mellow from the skies
And bid the image from the chemic plate arise.
This Gallery of art has a reputation for finished
pictures firmly established without the foreign aid
of imported " heads" or native hnmbug. We in
vite the test of examination. Good judgment and
correct we feel assured wii l not require the
incentives of a high sounding boast to direct a
choice of Pictures intended to perpetuate the image
of those we love. We do not rest our claim upon
the vaunted popularity of a name, which, before
real worth is destined to pass away
"Like the baseless fabrics of a vision."
Price of Pictures varying from 75 cents to $lO.
Likenesses taken in cloudy as wellas fair weath
er. JJhtldren and deceased persons also taken.
EjP The subscriber has on hand and for sale a
first rate Apparatus and all necessary fixtures
which he will dispose ot on reasonable terms.
February 2, 1854. 17
Tllinery and MAN'I'UAMA
KER.—MISS H. A. GREEN, would re
spectfully announce to the ladies of this place and
vicinity that she hits commenced the MILLINERY
and MANTUA MAKING business in the house
formerly occupied by John H. Morrison as the
Franklin Hotel, Bishop Street Bellefonte. Having
given her whoie attention to the business for a
n urn be" of years she feels no hesitancy in saying
that general satisfaction will be rendered 10 all
who may favor her with their custom. She solicits
a generons share of patronage.
BeffeUSite. October 20, 1553. 2
FOR SALE OR RENT, —The under
signed wishes to rent or sell on reasona
ble terms, the following described property situate
in Sinking Valley, Tyrone township, Biair county
only four miles distant from the Pennsylvania R.
R : Fifty acre 3 of good land, with an excellent
frame House, Barn and other out-buildings thereon
erected, thirty-five acres of which are cleared and
under cultivation and the remainder v ell timbered.
Said property has the advantage of an excellent
orchard of all kinds of fruit with an abundance of
water convenient to the buildings. Persons desi
rous of renting or purchasing said premises (or the
purpose of farming, can obtain auy quantity of
good farm land close by to cultivate on the shares.
For further particulars enquire of
BERNARD McCLAIN ,
Jan. 26, 1854—15—tf.
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"IH3VJM dNV S3NION3 IVV3XW
J* TlST—Returns his thanks
his friends for the very liberal TIT
ronage they have favored him with, and would
solicit a continuance ol the same. He hopes by
strict attention to his profession, eleven years expe
rience, and a determination to do his work in the
best manner, to merit the confidence of all who may
intrust him with their patronage.
In consequence of his numerous engagements per
sons living at a distance to secure attention should
make engagements by letter or otherwise'
Tooth Wash and Dentrifice always on hand
wholesale or retail-
The highest price paid for old gold plate.
Residence in Spring Street two doors from
Bellefonte May 21st 1851
All BERING ANDtlAlll DRES
SING.—Adam Cox would respectfully inform
his old customers and the public generrally that he
still continues his Barberingcnd Hair Dressing Es- \
tablishmect at his old stand, in the basement story
of Mr. Turner's Brick House, Allegheny Street.—
He is prepared to cut Ilair and shave in the most
fashionable and genteel manner.
Bellefonte, March 24th 1653—24
YE STCTyES ! O YES i—MARTIN
STONE respectfully informs the citizens of
Bellefonte and surrounding Townships, that he wil l
hold himself in readiness, at all limes, to cry sales I
ol all kinds, on the most reasonable terms. Per
sons from a distance wishing to employ him will
please address him at his Dry Good Store, Al
legheny Street, Bellefonte, Centre County, Pa.
March 7lh 1853—26—1y
LOCK, WAT OH and JEW-£S>~
ELRY STORE.-Wm. D.PARROTT
North Corner of the Diamond, Bellefonte,
Pa., has just received from the East a very large i
assortment of all articles in his line and he will be j
pleased to wait npon his old customers in the way J
of selling Clocks, Watches, Jewelry, Music Box- j
es, Accordeons, &c. An assortment of the above
mentioned articles always on on hand and for sate
cheaper han any other place in town. Remem
ber Curtins stone Corner.
The most strict and careful attention given to
the repairing of Clocks, Watches and Jewelry.
Bellefonte, May 26, 1853. 33
PURE Cod Liver Oil, a Medicine so
famous for all Coaral Pulmonary diseases,
tor sr.'.e by
Hardware.— TO BUY CHEAP
Hoffman's, the Store for Blacksmiths :
Hoflman's the Store for Carpenters,
Hodman's the Store for Saddlers,
Hodman's the Store for Shoemakers,
Hodman's the Store for Coachmakers,
Hodman's the Store for Cabinetmakers,
Hoffman's the Store for Farmers,
Hodman's the Store for Builders,
Hodman's the Store for Housekeepers,
and don't forget if you want Pump Chain and Fix
tures, Cedarware, Oilcloths, Ropes and Cordage,
Nails, Steel, and Iron, Anvils, Vices and Bellows,
Oil, Glass, Varnishes, and Paints, go to Hodman's
Mammoth Hardware Store and you can be accom
F. J. HOFFMAN,
Lawistown, Feb. 9,1554.—22 —ly.
|pl ROUERIEST GROCERIES!
SLJS F. J. HOFFMAN'S is the place to buy Gro
ceries, too. Multitudes have already decided with
great unanimity, that for qualify,- quantity, aad
low prices, he stands unvalled.
Prime Rio Coffee, 12i cents.
Best Loaf Sugars, 9 to 11 cents.
Levering Molasses, 60 cts. per gallon.
Beans, Cherries, Peaches, Teas, Tobacco, tic.
F. J. HOFFMAN.
Lewistowu, Feb. 9, 1854.—22.
f IGHT! LIGHTI-HEAD QUAR.
_M_/1 TERS for Alcohol and Burn ing Fluid. We
are Wholesale AgeiWs for the sale of E, E. Locke
& Co.'s Alcohol. We can always furnish Dealer#
for Cash at Philadelphia Wholesale Cash prices.—
Consumers will also find it to their advantage to
! buy at Hoffman's.
! " Ff J. HOFFMAN
Lewistown, Feb. 9,1854. —22.
ONFE 0 TION ARlES.—Always on
hand, a large assortment of Fresh Candies,
Figs, Raisins, Nuts, Oranges, Lemons, <Stc. &c.
Assorted Stick Candy 14 cents per lb.
Other Confectionaries proportionably low.
Also; Sugar, Family, and Water Crackers,at
very low prices. F.J. HOFFMAN.
Lewistown, March 9, 1554. —22.
D~ RUGS! DRUGS!!— This branch
of our business closely attended to. Our
large stock of Drugs are fresh, and pure, and relia
ble. Physicians will find it to their advantage to
purchase at Hoffman's.
F. J. HOFFMAN.
Lewisiown, March 9, 1854.—22.
\W[ALL PAPER I WALLPAPER!
™yr —We have now on hand much the largest
stock of Wail Paper ever offered in this section
of country. Remember that in the expenditure of
a few dollars for Wall Paper, you add more than
100 dollars to the appearance of your rooms. Re
member too, that we have paper to suit ail tastes.
Good unglazed, 11 to 12-2 cts. per piece.
. !*>■ Glazed, 20 cts —such as are retailed in
the eastern cities at 25 cents.
A 'arge stock of Extra quality equally low.
Lewistown, March 9,1854. —22.
WANTED— To Borrow SBOO, secur
ed by Mortgage on unencumbered Real
Estate. For further particulars inquire of
W. W. BROWN, Esq.
Bellefonte, February 23, 1854.
SALE—Two VALUABLE HOUSES
• and Lots pleasantly situated in the
Borough of Bellefonte. The houses are frame and
recently built. In short they are in the most desir
able portion of the town. T -cms, One third in hand
and the balance in three equal annual payments, —
If sold soon possession will be given on the Ist of
April. For further particulars inquire of
v W. W. BROWN, Esq.
February 23, 1854
WITH WAIN WRIGHT, HUNTINGTON
& FLOYD, Importers and Whelesale Dealars in
FOREIGN and DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, No.
152 MARKET Street, Philadelphia, 1554.
Jan. 26, 1854.-16 _ .
ISS OL UTION 'OF PAR TNER
SHIP.—The-Partnership heretofore exisling
between Lambert & Kuip is hereby dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons indebted to said firm
will pay the same to Osburn Lambert, and all hav
ing claims against said firm will present them for
settlement&c., to O. Lambert.
tradiug under the firm of Lambert & Kulp.
Bellefonte, December 31,1853.
The undersigned have formed themselves into a
Co-partne,sliip under the name ot C. W. LAM
BERT & BROTHER, in the Plastering, Stocka
Work, Rough Casting, &c., and will be ready at all
times to accommodate all that may wish to employ
them. From their long experience in business they
hope to be able to render satisfaction and respect
fully soiieit a share of public patronage.
C. W. LAMBERT,
( Bellefonte, February 8, 1554. 19
A GOOD assortment of Boots and Shoes
from the smalles Children's size to No. 14,*"
men's size for sale low by Wagner & Thomass.
DE WEES' Norve and Bone Liniment
and Zook'a Horse Liniment tor sale by
Jacob Rothrock & Co.
BRANDAETIIS, Wrights, Moffatt's and
Sugar Coated Pills for sale bv
Jacob Rothrock <£* co.