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THURSDAY, NOV., 22d 186).
D ta'th cf an Old Soldier.
Yesterday morning tbe
military and citizens of our town, did tho
last honors to the remains of Dr. A. W.
BAYARD, who was a soldier in the war of
1812, atid who baa, for many years, been a
citizen of Bellefonte. lie died at bis resi
dence on Monday morning. At tbe tme
appointed for the funeral, the Bund, the Fen
cibles and the Troop marched to house of the
dead. When tho coffin was brought from
the house the ensigns of the different com
panies wrapped their colors arouod it and
it was placed upon the shoulders of four
members of tho troop. The band then struck
up a solemn funeral inarch and the proces
sion moved toward tfce cemetry. A? it pas
sed down the street, the procession present
ed a scene at once solemn and imposing.—
First came the band discoursing its most
solemn notes, next the Fenciblc; sod Troop
with reversed arms, then the coffin, which
was followed by the relatives and friends of
the deceased. The continued rolling of muf
fled drums, tho to ling of the bell, the tlm
steady step, all combined to add solemnity
to the occasion. When tha procession reach
ed the grave religious services were con
ducted by tho Rev. Sherlock, after which
the military fired three rounds over the grave.
Tha procession Ueu returned leaving the
eld warrior to rest in peace in the quiet chy
of the Dead.
•lubD 11. Stover of the I'reu, and the Sen
ior of this paper intend preparing a bio
graphical sketch of the deceased, which will
be published ncii week.
'i'-e good old yanke*
• custom of devoting one day in the year to iha
Almighty in thinks fur the many bent tits
which, es a people ar.d individuals, we enjoy
at llie hands, is one that we hope wilt never
become obsolete. Probably scute of our read
ers do not kaovr how the custom originated.
It yvsb in one of the eei'y colonies of New
England. One Year they bad not raited
enough to live up.cn, and unless help should
come Irom the mother country, England, they
must perish, it was a sorrowful time, and
ihey appointed a day of fas'.iug and prayer,
that God might send them relief. The day
before that so appointed, a ship laden
with provisions artived, and the fast
day was charged to a thanksgiving day. and
j? was thereafter commemorated yearly.—
Would you not have been truly thsnkiul at
!>uoh a lime? But is there net reason to le
more thauktui to the kind Providence that
has given tLe sunshine and rain, the favor
ing seed time and the boun'iful h .rv s*, and
thus pievontsd our being reduced to d in* r
of starving ? Vs hen the day cornea sit down
in the morning *ud endeavor to write out
how many kindnesses you hare received du
ring the previom year, ar.d y:u will soon
find that tbets is cause enough to bo grate
ful to the Giver cf all good.
The Methodists Ijave
been holding a raveling during the past week
at Soiling Sf tings, near this place. W- ut
tentcd ou Tues-.iey evening and listened io u
fine sermon preached by tho Ilev. -Mr. An
derson. Our I'.tstor, Mr. Sherlock, wa< in
attendance. and made some exoelieat ro
marks. We understand the meeting will be
k.pt up during the week, nnd our citizens
who desire exorcise cannot do better than to
walk out to the Springs these floe moonlight
nights. The meeting is largely attended ev
ery night, and we are told rauoh good is
done. When shall wo have a revival in
Ballth nie ?
Stya-gers in To-wn,
For several week? past
n great many line looking strangers ba.\e
been teen stepping about our streets No
one can tell what their business here is. but
from the fact that they generally pull up in
frcnt of Col. Curiiu's office, we are led tj
suppose they must have some connection
rritb that gentleman. Some como ai.d go
away again in a lew hours, others linger
around two or three days before taking their
final departure. Theaa last named individu
als must belong to a class of people denomi
The Letter ICaoincaa.
We happened to be in
the Post Office the other evening at the open
ing of the Mail, and about one-third of tee
entire numbci of lotters in the bag were for
Cob Curtin. We think there must have
been fully thirty—pretty good for one mail.
Qo into the Col'e, office almost when you will,
and you will find him, coat off, busy answer
Wo aro informed he will have about live
hundred applicants for every office in bis
gift. We are under the impression somebody
-vril! get disappointed.
Fir® at Milcsburg',
At an early hour on
Tuesday morning, a house in Milesburg, oc
cupied by a young man named Murray, was
discovered to be on lire, and before the
flames couid bo extinguished tbo entire up
per story of the house was burned off. We
re told that the citizens worked nobly, and
by their efforts the contents of the building
were all taken out, and the adjoining build
ings saved. The fire originated from a stove
On last Monday even
ing an attempt was made to rob the house of
Mr. James Hamilton, who resides near Pleas
ant Gap. About midnight, Mr. Hamilton
heard a noise and got up to see what it was,
when be discerned that some one was trying
to force open the door. When the robbers
beard the family astir in the bouse, they fled.
Ibere wera three cf them, but Mr. H. could
tfl! who they wwe.
The Bellefonte Fenci- j
bles, we understand, have made definite ar- !
rnngements to affend the Inauguration of :
Col. Curtin. They will number at least !
thirty-two ihuskets, and the whole company, j
Band and a", will count fifty men.
SPECIAL EOT ICES.
TCNNER &. STEEL,
Ih'te just received. opened, and are telling off at '■
i surprisingly Lotc Prices, one of the Largest, and
j Jfost Cat efidly Selected stocks of Good*, of every j
description, ever brought to this to ten. Indeed. th c '
I stock is constituted of a greater variety of articles
; than we have ever before seen in a country store.-
Their Advertisement appears in to day's paper.
The People's Cook Book.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES,
MISS ELIZA ACTON.
CAREFULLY REVISED BY Mrs. S.J. HALE, j
It Tells Ym bow to cheese all kinds of Meats,
Poultry, and Game, vyith all the various ;
I and most approved modes of dressing j
and cooking Beef and Pork; also the
best and simplest way of salting, pick- ■
ling and curing the same,
i It Tells YoiTATI fiio various and most approved j
modes of dressing, cooking, and boning !
M utton, Lamb, Yeal, Poultry, and 1
Game of all kinds, with the different \
Dressings, Gravies, and Stuffiings ap- ]
propriato to each.
It T01',3 Yon how to choose, clean, and preserve :
t . Fisb .:f all kinds, and bow to sweeten it j
when tainted : also the various and ;
most adproved modes of cooking, with '
trie different Drescings, Sauces, and. Fla- '
vorings appropriate to each.
It Telia Y'ou all the various and most approved
modes of preparing over fifty different
kinds of Meat, Pish, Fowl, Game, and
Vegetable Soups, Broths, and Stews, 1
with the Relishes and Seasonings ap- j
propriato to each.
It Tele You a!l the various and tGO=t approved
mode? of cooking Vegetables <u every
description, also how to prepare Pickles,
Catsups and Curries of all kinds, Potted
Meats, Fish. Game, Mushroons. Ac. j
\ t Tel Is Y> u all the varrious and most approved
•modes of preparing and cooking all
kinds af Plain and Fancy Pa.-try, Pud-
Sings, Omclctts, Fritters, Cakes, Con* |
foctionery, Preserves, Jellies, and sweet
Dishes of every description.
It Toils Y'ou all the various and most approved
modes of making Bread, Rusks, Muf.
fins, and Biscuit, tho best method of
preparing Coffee, Chocolate, and Tea, !
and how to make Syrups, Jordials and
Wines of various kinds.
1 It Tell Y'ou how to sot out and ornament a Table, j
bi w to Carve ail kinds of Fish, Flesh
or Fowl, and in short, bow to simplify
the whole Art of Conking as to bring rhj !
choisost lux'j ios of the table wi'hiu ev- j
Tho book contains -US pages, ami upwards of
twelve hundred Rectlps, a 1 of which are the re
sults of actual experience*, having been fuliy aud
carefully tested under the porsonal superintend
deuce of the write IF. It is printed in a clear ar.d
open type, is illustrated with appropriate t '..gra
ving, and will be forwarded to any address, neut
• y ! i;:d. and (...singe paid, on receipt of the
81000 A TEAr'I>C^SS
in selling the above work, ur isduconese ueuts 10
a,' j isucti t.'V. v ■ • j J.. . iii*
Fur ;Li gie copies of the Book, or for terms to
ag.nts, with other information, appls to or ad
dret'd JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher.
No. 617 Sunsom St., Philadelphia, Pa.
>|3UK urn. ersigned wuuni respectfully intern.
JL the citizens of t'entro county that they have
in the Boom formerly occupied by Wilson A Urn.
ou tho Northwest corner of the Diamond. They
have selected their stock with great care, and aro
prepared to sell goods from City to one hundred
per eent lower than can bo had at any other place.
Tho ladles are particularly invited to call and
examine their assortment of cutlery. They ear
nestly solicit a ilberal portion of tho public pa
tronage, and will take every pains to please.
Thev hate constantly on hand a variety of
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY,
Riffles, Shot Gut.s, and Locks of every descrip
Cli OSS C L'T. MIL L AXI) CIS CoLAR SA WS,
And nil vatrieties of
HAND-BACK, Gil ACTING AND PANNED
Broad, Hand and chopping Ax'.. Butchers cleav
er- and choppers.
DRAWING KNIVES. HAMMERS, IIATCII
ETS>, CHISLES. and ADZES.
AND SPREADING t-ORKS.
EDGE TOOLS Of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE,
PAINT AND DUSTING BRUSHES,
NAILS, PAINTS, OIL, GLASS & PUTTY,
COAL OIL AM) LA MI X
SADDLER 1* HARD WARE.
COACH TIIDIM IGS
Also, COFFIN FIXTURES,
Ami everything that is generally kept in a well
regulated liarawaio Store. Terms Cash.
BAXIRESduR A CRIST,
i" > • >. *>• -I 11 '6Q.—j.
New Fall <fc Winter Goods
D. LEYDEN & CO.
HAVE just received the largest and best as
sortment of P'ltll and.Winter Goads ever of
fered in Bellefonte,
A full stock of Ladies dress goods,
Also, Cloth for Ladies Winter Cloaks; Tar
lam Plaids for Misses Dresses. A largo assort
ment ot Shawis, poplin Velvets, French Ma
rina, Coburg's De Laino, l hibit Clutb,
Opera Cloth, Persian Twill.
Cloth, Cassiuters, Satinets and Jeans, Ready
Boots and Shoes of all sorts, a large and well se
lected stook of Groceries, Jlardware, 4 aijd
Queensware, which will be sold
low for cash or Coun
Bellefonte, Nov.-3, IS6O. t r ,
TV. A. AIWOLH. JOHN TV. WII,SOS
ARNOLD & WILSON
WARMING & VENTILATING WAREHOUSE,
No iOln Chestnut aireet. P lnl.vie.pii in
CMILSCN's Fat en Cone and Ventilating
Rati oner j,
ENAMELED STATE MANTELS
Common and Low JJow 11 Parlor Grate.-,
Warm Air Registers and Ventilating, Ac. Ac.
Particular attention given warming and Ven
tilating Buildings of every description.
A FB^ r
C23E23WX < 3EI.:)ES BBMOCHAT.
: GREAT ATTRACTION!!!
NEW AND CHEAP
NORTH SIDE OF THE DIAMOND,
City branch of Reizensteine Brothers, 124
rjorth Third Street, Philadelphia.
THE undersigned Respectfully announce to
the inhabitants of Centre county, and the
public in general, that they have opened at tbo
above nuu.ed place, the most e assort
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Foods, that has ever
been exhibited in this borough, which thev will
30 Per Cent. Cheaper than tho Cheapest.
Our sock embraces a full and ct niplete assort
mrn of Fine Black Cloth Dress and Fr( ck Coats,
Cassitnere Business Coats Satincr, Tweed. Jean,
Farmers* and Mechanics' Cassimere, Frock and
tack Coats,. Pea Jackets, <ie., <£o
OVER CO A m OF I IN E CLOTH.
President and Moscow Bra vers, Seal aDd Lion
skin and Union Cassitucrt;., ribbed and plain.
PANTALOONS OF FINE C A SSI HERE
and Doeskin, black Silk mi xed, a r d other fancy
colors, of the latest, s.vl s, as well as Satinet and
Union Cass imers ; Pants of strong and substan
tial material, for tho farmer, hiboior and me
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF VEISS,
such as Satin, Silk, and Silk finished Velvetj,
(Ircnadinc, Valencia, Mattalesc, Cassimere; cloth
A general assortment of Boy ' and Youths'
Clothing and Gent lemen's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps. Undershirts and Drawers, Knit Jack
ets, Fine White andFFancy-bom Shirts, Collars, j
Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Stocks and cravats, '
Socks and Gloves, Trunks, Viliees. Carpet shags, j
Umbrellas, and, in short, everything usialiy ]
found in a well assorted store of this kind.
We a'so keep n fine assortment of
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
sucil Ha Pookel Iroi.ks Poi'i lIUIII o les, Po-ket
knives and Razors, Combs, and Brushes, Watch—
Chains, Keys and Guards, F.nger rings .■ Brca.-t
--piu>, Violin and Guitar String-, Pistols, Revolv j
ers, Percussion Caps, Spectacles, Spy Glasses.and j
a great many other fancy and useful articles, too i
numerous to desor ibe, all ol which wo will scli at
the Lowest Cash Prices.
We invite every person in rend of Clothing or
any of the above mentioned articles, to favor us
with a call and examine our goods, and prices, :
and we are confident that we can givest tisfaction,
and every person shall feci inclined to tell his
friends vbere Goods and Cheap Clothing can be
got. We are constantly receiving accessions to
our stoek from REIZ EXSTZIXK Buo's., Philadel
phia, wi b whom wo are connected, and shall al
ways be supplied with a good variety of ail the ar
ticles in our line, wi.icb will surpass in style, cut,
workmanship and cheapness, those of any other es
tablishment iu this part of the eountrv.
A. STERNBERG & CO.
Boilefonte, Oct. 4, '(X" tf.
TO TIIE Honorable Ju ices of the Court
of Common I'leas of Centre county,
riov* comprising and holding the Court of
Quarter Session* of the peace in and for said
county. The petition of Isaac Gaines, of the
township i.f liurnside. tn said county, re
spectfully showeth that he has erected ar.d
now occupies n house 35 by -10 leer, contain
ing eight co nn-, ei'uate at the foot of But 2
tcriuiik Falls in said twp , and that he ie
desirous of keeping a public house therein,
he therefore prays your hull rs to grant bint
a license to keep a public hou-ie the ensuing
year and he will evct piny.
We the subscribers, eitiz ns of the. town
ship of Burnside in the county jf Centre,
recommend the above petitioner, nnd certify
that the inn or tavern, aluve is necessary to
accommodate the public and en'ertain
strangers or travelers, and that the petition
er above ruined is ot good repute for honesty
and temperancp, and is well provided with
hou-e room and conveniences for the lodging
and accommodation of strangers and travel
Win. Stewart Jos. A. Clark, Tas. K B' ak.
Jason Bowes, Geo. P Z mmertnan, Abra
ham Frederick,-Johr. C. Bowes. J.Jm Thom
as, Daniel B. Mulhollan. -J os. B iwee. Jacob
Craft, John Bowes, Harrison Lucas, Charles
BOWKS, Win. Erers, Go K. Boak, George
Clume, Levi Bowes, I'e'er Thomas, Silas
Dixon. [Nov 8, 18C0.-tc.
HANDSOME WOMEN !
TAUNT'S "Boom cf Roses." A rich
A-A and e'eg'Ut f■3<> r for the cheeks and lips.—
It icill not uanh o- rul off, and when ouco applied,
remains durable for pears. The tint is so rich
and natural, that the closest scrutiny fails to de
tect its use. Can be removed by leiu-,n juice nd
will cot it jure the skin. This is a new proration,
used by tho celebrated Court Beauties of London
and I'aris. Mailed free, in botllos, with dircc
tions for use, for SI.OO
HUNT'S "COURT TOILET POWDER," imparts A
dazzit g whiteness to tlie complexion, as is unlike
anything else Used for this purpose. Mailed free
for 50 ceuts.
HUNT'S "ERITISH BALM," rerso'es tan, freck
les, sunburn and ail eruptions of the skin. Mailed
free tor 50 cts.
HUNT'S " IMPERIAL POMADE" for the hair,
strengthens and improves its growth, keeps it from
falling off, and is warranted to make. the hair curl.
Mailed free for SI.OO
HUNT'S "PEARL BEUTIFIER " for the teeth ar.d
gum.-, cleanses and whitens the teeth, hardens (he
gums, purifies the breath effectually, preserve* the
teeth and ]> events toot ha- he. Mailed free for $1 00.
HUNT'S " URIDYL WREATH PERFUME," a double
extract of orange blossoms undcologno. Mailed
free for SI.OO.
'l'his exquisite perfume was first used by tho
Princess Royal of England, on her marriage.—
Messrs. Uunt <fc Co., presented the Princess with
an elegant case of Perfumery, (m which all of the
above articles were it eluded) in handsome cut
glass with gold stoppers, valued at SISOO, partic
ulars ot which appeared in" th a public prints.
All the above articles S' nt free, by express, for
$5 00. Cash euu either accompany the order, or
be paid to the express agent on delivery oi goods.
HUNT <fc CO.
Perfumers >o the Queon.
Regent St., London. Sainton St., Phil'a., Pa.
For ale oy all Druggists and Perfumers.
The Trade Supplied
Nov. 1. IS6O. ly.
A, lIAWLEY& CO.,
117 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Fenn'a
'I HE proprietors of this eatablishmeltt feel con-
J Silent that their preparations will compare
luvor..bly with any in the world, either fori fgn cr
doinesiio Extracts for 'he Hanlkerohief ol the
most exquisite odors. PC VIADES and OILS for
the t uir, of the finest tixture and the sweutest
SHAVING CHE A VIS and TOILET SOAPS of
the finest and most do icate for nation. Also
llawley's Liquid Hair Dye, is decidedly superior
to any now in use.
A. IIAWLEIT'S OLEATE OF COCOA. This prepera
tion is the article above all others fof dressing the
hair. It is exceedingly fine and delicate, and
renders the hair dark, soft and glossy The odor
is delightful No one should be without it. POW
DERS, BANDOLINE, ROOGE, <fcc., and every variety
of fine and choice perfumery. HAWLKY'S FRUIT
EXTRACTS fur flavoring pie a , puddings, jellies,
coufectionery and Mineral Water Syrups. All of
which rival the bent, ana are surpassed by none.
Oct. 4, 1860,—3 m. [K G. Q.
EDER, QUMMINGS & CO.,
LOCK U.iveu and ty r<uo Oany Lao of Sta
ges, lea ve Lock Haven at 5 o'clock, A.M.,
arrive at Belletonte at 1 1 o'clock. Leave Belle
fonte at 12J o'c ! oek, arrive at Tyrone at 6 o'clock
P. M. Leave Tyrone at it A. M., arrive at Belle
fonte at 4 o'clock, P. M., leave Bellefonte for Lock
Haven at 4 P. aod arrive at tl P. sf.
Conner £ ltd,
IIA YE OPENED
The largest assortment of goods ever before offered
for sale by them, consisting,
as heretofore of all such staple goods as arc usually
kept in a country store, together with all the
NEW STYLES Iff MARKET.
Black and Fancy Silks, Brocades. Madona's De-
Beges, Bvrages, Borage detains, Detains, Cballi
dclains. Poplins, Lustres, Alpacas, Bombazines,
Lawns, Ginghams. Chintz, Brilliants, ChalliCrape-
Marets, Tanjore Cloth, Robes and Traveling DIPSS
A large assortment of mourning goods.
A L S O,
Black Silk, Tidbit Cashtnero Crape and Stilla
Shawls, Mantillas, Cashmere Scarfs, and Shaw!
A L S O,
Cloths, Cnssimers, Satinetts, Cashmeres, Kentuc
ky-Jeans, Drills, Ducks, Cottonades and
READY MADE CLOTHING
Ladies' and Gents' Moisery, Gloves, Gauntlets and
Mitts, Ladies Coiiars and Under Sieeres, Laces
A L 8 O,
Oiled V indow Biinds, Plain and Ornnmented.Liu
en and Laee Curtains, Gilt Cornice for Blinds,Ta
ble Covers anu Floor Cloths,
Oakford's Hats always on hand, together w.th
fetraw Goods, Bonnets, Shakers. Ribbons, Artiii
ciais and Bonnet Trimtuings,
A very arge assortment of "Mtocs and Boots for
men, women and children.
A L S O,
Qucenswure, Cedarwaru and Groceries.
TONNES, & STEEL
CALL THE ATTENTION OF
MECHANICS & BUILDERS
To their much enlarged stock of Hardware Sad
tilery and Coach Trimmings.
Boilefonte, Oct. 11,-6l)—tf.,
NEY/ AND SPLENDiD STOCK
TTT ARRANT EI) to be ju.-t what we represent
VV them. We have the very best which we
warrant, and lower grades in all their varieties.
CALL AND EXAMINE
OUR STOCK AND
SEE FOR Yo' JRSELF.
Leather of all Descriptions,
BELTING kept for Machinery. Any size
have not got I can get iu a weeks time. SAd a
A LARGE STOCK OF SHOE FIN DIGS
DEFY COMPETITION IN HATS.
I OBACCO AND CIGARS.
Saddlery, Saddles, Bridies,
Halters, Cart Gears, Cart
Saddles, Harness Coiiars,
Harness Lines, and every
article made and kept by
MMTAR PROOF BOOTS.
DOUBLE SOILED WAR HASTED,
CUP I'Ell TIP ED HOOTS ASD SIIUES
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BUFFALO ROBES, HOUSE BLANKETS.
SLEItiU BELLS. FoX TRAPS
Iligest market pri"e paid for HIDES, SKISS &
ALL KISDS OF FUIIS,
Come and examine our stoi k. We will show it
with pleasure, nr.d satisfy you it is
THE PLACE to get good
Boots and Shoes,
and sucn articles in our lino.
At Buruside's we study to please, and give sat
accept our thanks for past favors.
Cellofonte. Oct, 1 fth JSGO.
AND SILVER IV A RE.
~\\TV' would respectfully inform our friends,
V patrons, and the public generally, th>t we
have now in store and offer vholeeu e and retail,
a- the lowest cash prices, a large aud very choice
Watches, J welry Silver and Plated Ware.
of every variety and style.
Every description of Diamond Worh and other
Jewelry, rondo to order, at short notice.
■p.tf All Goods wairanted to be as represented.
N. B— 1 articular atteuiion given to tlia repair
ing of Watches and Jewelry of every descri tion.
STAI FFEIt AHARLEY,
No. f>22 Market streot, south side, Phil'a.
Oct. 18. 1860-—3 m.
VTEW EESTAUIt ANT. o
H. II Stone,
lias splendidly fitted up a new Restaurant at the
corner of Allegheny and Bisl op streets, where
the hungry and those that tnirst, can find tho
necessarits whetewtth to keep tho body tnav
ing and refreshed. In his establishment, all kinds
of vegetables of the season, the earliest in mar
ket, can be had at the most reasonable prices.—
Chicken Soup, Spring Chickens, Tripe, Sardines,
Oysters and Coin Soup always on hand. Fresh ,
lunch every morning from 10 to 11 o'clock. It is '
the intention of the proprietor to make this the !
star Saloon of the town, and he respectfully soiic- !
its the patronage of the public.
Bell el'onte, Oct. 4, lSliO.—3t.
Uliliinory C3r<o<n ca.es.
A LARGF and splendid assortment of Millinery
-ii. Goods has just been received it the Store of
US. D. 11. QUAY I US.
Among other things, may be found a Qne assort
VEI VET. SIL K AS'D STRA IF BONNETS,
purchashed in the city, and trimmed in tho latest
and most fashionable styles.
Having employed a first class milliner from the
City she l'eots prepared to execute aU'ordurs with
which she may be favored.
Whitman's best candies for sale
MRS. E. 11. GRAFIUS.
Bellefonte, Nov. Ist—'6o- tf.
K LEMM & BFLOTHER,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS tc DEALERS IN
No. 705 Market Street,
fcATK.AY.— Came to tho residence oi the
"hscril er on or about the Ist dry oi
Oct. 18G0. One white yearling steer, with
j red ears, some red spots on the body. N >
marks on ears, the owner is hereby notified
! to come forward, prove property, pav char
ges, otherwise it w ill be disposed <>f as the
1 law provides. A. M. ELDER.
IJa'f .Moon Out. 25. 'GO —3r.
| BARBARA GORDON, ]
DAVID GORDON. J
IN the Court of Common Pleas for the county
of Centre, August Term, 1860, No. . Or
uer of publication in Divorce. Returnable fourth
; Monday in November, 1860,
THOS. MeOOY, Sheriff.
1 Oct. 25,1880.—te.
; LINDSEY'S IMPROVED
Bloocl Searolics* 2
A STANDARD MEDICINE
For the speedy, radical, and effectual cure of ALL
DISEASES arising from IMPURI
TY CI*THE BLOOD.
• r PHIS medicine has wrought the must
i 1. iniracukuscures in desperate eases of
Scrofula, .1 Cancerous Formation,
Cutaneous Diseases, Erysipelas, Boils,
Pimples on the Lee, J Sore Eyes,
Old, Stubborn Ulcers, I Scald Head,
Tetter Affections, | Rheimatib Disorders,
; Dyspepsia, ( Costivenees,
; Jaundiee, Salt Rheum,
Mercurial Diseases, General Debility,
I Li er Complaint, Loss of Appetite,
Low Spirits, j Foul Stomach.
F male • emplnints, and all Diseases having
their origin in uu impure state of Blood.
< %\T £/! - ICty!SAVIA 1 Cty!SAVIA -HrS"* \ '
The above is a portrait of David McCrcary of
Napier township, who, on tho 31st day of Aug..
1858, made affidavit before Justice Gorely that he
was treated for the euro of Cancer by three physi
cians of BedforiMfcunty, and by Dr. Newton of
the Elcctrte Colli* iu Cincinnntti, for a period
of nearly eight months, notwithstanding which,
hi lip, nose and a portion of his left rheek were i
entirely eaten away ! He bad given up all hope,
when he beard of the " Blood Searcher," and was ;
induced to try it. Four bottles cured him, and
although saiiiy disfigured, there is no question
but what this inyaluablo medicine saved his lite.
The full particulars of this ease may he seen in a
eir.ular, which can be had of any ofth- Agents. I
We also iofer to the case of Nancy Bleakney, of ,
Eldurtown, Armstrong county Pa., eared of Scrof
ula after beiug unable to get out of bed for throe
To the caso of a lady in Ansonsville, Clearfield
cognty, who was also afflicted with Scrofula in its
To ihe caso of George Meisel, residing in Carl
town, Cambria county Pa., who was so badly af
flicted with Cancer that it eat his entire r.oso iff,
and his case was worse, if possible, than Me-
The particulars of these cas"9 —cv ry one of
which w is cured tv tho use of the Blood Searcher
—may ais be found in a cirbular to be had of
any of the Agents.
R. M. LEMON, Proprietor.
Laboratory tor the manufacture and tale, near
the Pa. Railroad Depot. HoliiduysV.urg. Pa.
Dr. Geo. 11. Iveyser, Wholcsu e Agent, x-itts
Nov. 1, 1860 6m.
HAINES & DOCK.
WHOLE ALE GEOCEES,!
ffo. 35 Ivorm Water Street,
GROCERIES, GROCERIES, GROCERIES,
GROCERIES, GROCERIES, GROCERIES,
Merchants of Central FennPvU'urjia
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS ! !
if you wish to buy cheap go to ILiiues A Dock. ;
They keep on hand the best articles to be bud
in tho ' iiv, iti their line of business.
Call and examine their goods.
Piemomber their Firm is at
No. ao North Water Street,
Apr. 21, '6o. ly.
New Store at Pleasant Gap.
r rilE subscriber would resp ctfully in*
-I- form the citizens of OJIVre county that be
has just received and opened an entire new stock '
ot ft ll and wiutcr goods consisting of
CLOTH[NG. DRY GOODS,
I also have on hands a good supply of
Boots A f-hoes. Hats <fc Caps, Fancy De
laines A Merinoes, Ladies Furs, Hoods, Scarfs,
Cloths, Fancy Gloves, Knives, Breast
Pins, A c., dc., do.,
all of which lie will sell as 'oiv and even lower
than eon be had anywhere else.
J. M. CAMPBELL.
Pleasant Gap, Oat. 18, '6o.—tf.
TOWNS END &, CO.,
[Successors to Sam'l Townsend <F Son,)
No. 39 South Second Street, above Chestnut,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS'IN
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestries, Three ply. In
grain and Venitian CARHLTS ot the
best English & American make.
MA 7 ThXGS OIL CL O TllS, dec., dec . cf-c.
Wo tolicit an inspection of our assortment be
fore purchasing elsewhere.
Oct. 4, 'At I . —3m. [R. G. 0.
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER OP
57* -A- O Iff PURS.
For Ladies', Gentleman's and Children's Wear,
NO. 234, ARCH ST., PHIL'A.
All kinds of Furs Dressed, Cleaned and Repaired.
Furs made to order at the shortest notice.
Full value paid for Shipping Furs.
Furs taken care of during
Oct. 4, 'CO.—lv.
MADAME St 11 HEAD'S
371 .'R. the speedy and effectual Cure of all Injla
motions, Fevers Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and
Lieer Complaint. Piles. Gravel, nod all Acute and
Chronic Diseases of Adults and Children. —Send 3
cent Stamp to her Ayeut, G. 1!. JONES,
Ilundreus of testimonials.] Box 2070 l'ltila, P. 0.
ff-ii- Agency, S. W cor. Third & A:ch Ms.
Oct. 4. ISHO lOt. J. Web.
HUGH B. BftISBEN,
EXTRA LIQUOR COLORING,
N. TF. Cor. Third £ Poplar streets,
Terms Cash ] Philadelphia.
Oct. 3, 1860,—1y.
PAY YOUR LICENSE
MERCHANTS, and all others, who have
not yet paid their License, are hereby
respectfully invite to pay up between this
time and the Nov., Court. Bv so doing you
will save trouble and cost. After that time
they will certainly be placed in the hands of
the proper officer lor collecti in.
VV. w. BROWN
Treasurer of Centre Co.
Bellefonte, Nov. 1, '6O. —to.
J. PALMER & CO.,
MARKET ST., WHARF, PHILADELPHIA.
Dealer in FISH CHEESE and Provisions,
Have constantly on hand an assortme nt of
DRIED 4 PICKLED FISH, <fco., via :
Mackerel, Shad, Salmon, Blue Fish,
Herrings, Codfish, Beef, Pork, Lard, Shoulders,
Hams, Sides, Cheese, Beans, Rioe. <ko.,
Oct. 4, '6o.—Jm [J. Web.
j Y A LII ABLE GIFTS
!- GEO. G * EVANS'
i GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE
I LAKGEST m TES WOELD!!
489 CHESTNUT STREET,
Having purchase'! the spacious ,'ut ut'fding,
! A'e. 43it Chestnut Street, and fitted it up with every
convenience tu facilitate my business, particularly
that branch dtcnted to Country i-rilr.rs ; and hav
ing u larg r capital than a ay. other party inoesied
in the business. I am now prtpa-ed to offer greater
advantages, and bettor gifts than e;r to org r-'is
/ will furnish any bo I ( of a mora T character)
pci dished in the United States. th> regular retail
price of which is One /h ilar or upwatls. and give
a present worth from it) cents to 1 00 dollars with
each book aod guarantee to give, prefect SOti'/n ■■
lion as I aw determined tu ma-vt nii thereputai. n
already bestowed upon n iy establishment.
Strangers visiting J'hsladelphia arc iocir b to
call and judge for themselocs. O. G. E i'.i -Y j'.
IT ¥OU 7TAKT ANY BCOZ3
GEO. G. EVANS,
RELIABLE GIFT BOOK ENTERPRISE,
Ko. 439 CIIKSTN H'f STRKK t,
Whore all hooks are "old at the I'uhlLh.'r* lu'.v
eat prices, and vou have the
A HANDSOME PRESENT
WOItTU f to.if oO CKNTS TO lUI.I UOH.AIV*
HUH EACH Hit UK.
Gko. G. Eva:;s' Original Uiit Book Enterprise
has been endorsed by the book
t ade and all the leading city and
eountry newspapers in the Ua ted
G co. G. Punctual business transections i
have received the approbation of ;
overJ.WOO,OOO cit'tents of the Uni
ted ~*totes, each •>!" whom have rc- I
civod substantial evidence of the -
bench's derived by purchsing :
books at this estab'Fitment.
Geq. G.Evvss Has done more than Rny ether
publisher or bookseller in the Uni- j
tt d dtutes.t'uvards diffusing knowl- ;
edge to the people* By bis system :
tuuny books aro rend that other- |
wise would not have round their
Wsy iu'o tiic hands f renders.— ■
Frank Leslie's Aetcspaper.
GEO. G. Evi.as Keeps constantly 011 hank the !
roost extensive stock, the greatest j
assort ent of Books, and etrctt- i
iates free to all who may apply, ;
the most complete catalogue of!
Be oka and Gifts iu the United
GEO. G. LtraNS Has advantages offered him oth
er publishers and manufacturers i
which enable him 10 furnish his '
patrons with ati tr quality and a ,
better assortment ol gifts thun any ■
other establisbiii int.
GEO. G. EVVNS Publishes nearly TITO Hundred
Popular and interesting Books,
therefore, as a publisher, he is bel-
ter able to offer tiira premiums
GEO. G. EVANS Guarantees perfect satisfaction to
nil who may send tor bcoks.
GEO. G. EVANS' NEW classified catalogue ofbooks
embrace the writings ol every stan
dard author in every department
of literature, nDd gives u!l the in
formation relative to the purchas
ing an , forivui.Jii.g by mail or Ex
press of hooks ordered from bis es-
rtdiens lio>r to rimit iU"ney.
GEO. G. EV*XS' Catalogue <>f books wiil be gent
gratis anu free of postage to uuy
address in the United States.
GEO. G. EVASS' Inducements to agents caunotbe
surpassed. Tl'o most liberal com
missions are oft':red, and by solic
iting subscript ions to boots in .ha
same time iba' it would take to sell
one ou the old lasbiorcd oubscrip
tion plan, l-er.d for a classified
Cttta ogdte. nnd every information
w ill be given in reference to agen
cies. Select your book? enclose
the amount of nt >niy required.and
one trial will satisfy you that the
best place in the country to pur
chase books is at
GIFT BOuK ESTABLISHMENT.
Goo. O 3EZ~V£XXI£. 3,
Mo. 439 Chestnut Street,
WHERE YOU CAN GET BOOKS OF
Books of Fact ! hooks of Fiction !
Bo ks of Devotion ! Books of Amusement!
Books for old Folks ! Books for young Folks !
Books For Huonds ! Books for Wives!
Books U.r Lovers! Books for Sweethearts !
Books for Boys !
Books for Girls!
Books of Hinnor!
Books of Poetry !
Books of Travel 1
Books of History 1
Books of Biography !
Books of Adventure!
Books about Sailors 1
Bock* about Soidiers I
Books about Indians !
Books about Hunters !
Books about Heroes !
Boous about Patriots !
Books about Farmers !
Books for Mechanics!
Books for Merchants !
Books or Physicians I
Books for Lawyers !
Books for statesmen !
Presentation Books I
. Prayer ooks 1
Hymn Books 1
Juvenile licjoks !
Ceeil B. Hartley's Interesting Biographies!
Rev. J. H. Ingraham's Spirit gal Romance* !
tuiurkcr's Live of Patriots and Statesmen 1
J. T. Lauren's Revolutionary Stories 1
T. ?. Ar bur's Popular Talcs !
Dr. Abicdt's Family Doctor !
Airs. llcntz's Novels !
Mrs. Suuthworth's Novils 1
Wuverly Novels !
Ail the writings of very standard author in
every department cf literature, in every style cf
binding, at tne publisher's lowest prices, and re
member that you pay no more than you would a',
any other establishment,and you nave the advan
tage of receiving an elegant Present, which, often
times is worth a hundred fold more than the
amount paid for the buok.
SEND FOR A CLASSIFIED GA.TALQGUE OF
Order any booh tlint yov .any 10ant, remit the re
tail price, together with, the amount required for
postage imd one trial will assuro you that the best
place iu the country to purchase books is at the
Gift Book Est alii shment of G. G. EVANS,
Originator of the Gift Book Enterprise, No. 439
Chetuut Street, Philadelphia.
AGENTS AY ANTED,
To whom greater inducements than ever are offer
ed. Any person, cither male or feua&'e, who is
desirous of engaging in an Honorable and prnji.
table Employment, requiring but lit tie time and
no outlay of money, and by which they can ob
tain gratis A Valuablo Library, A line Gold
Watch and Chain, A Handsomo Service of Plate,
An Elcrant Silk Press Pattern, A Splendid Sett
off Jewelry, or ma*>' ether ehtsiee Brttali entt-
i Kit- ICil<Uti IJ.I . I <* ! • << • I.ft 1 a
'as eh Aptn ft. i • - • • KsJ it-•
jAAt;r t; pi.?ttn !}■ i ; ,-ri 11 ;j. : ; -if;. , owe '.4
j nr. fcraplyi * >n : ; c 1 s<>* ■ t
I of bonks, end *rf i'ftis:it-£ t*V*. .at > : y
I rtSJuilud for lf;r - • ■
1 Boric/ for a ( a'' 1.1,1:,-, !•'•. ft>nfyi**<. ' the *♦
• sired infurnictioi r-*.." i\t it- : .. t.< i-js .t i. •• tow
I mat ion of it l-f . tti v. : t u tup*. b-.iu.r
--j fcL?c o'tfcl.'i p'. v ■ I>' tr< •. . i •
GEO. C-.\ EVA. JB,
T ? THH : I li--sV ANT>
f LARGEST C.!TTSOOK E?JTERP£i3§.
it *n w
Perm. ft r" -■ fin l. xxi. 4 -' t, t
No. ijy ,\.V
J,''l: *L(iUc.f. 11.
I ,cpt- j?.. ??.*•'. -J> ->
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?£&&-■-Li * -*. *• v -if •; ■
1$ S £?< > r: 1
;**• NsO* a f* fc ? " -
A'TV. NL _.j
An op) orient lb ! <l<ui-ieh!'S prep r.:ti*.n of
I IB' 'S purified of Oxygon n.! Or.rfcou n>. oo:i
--bu-tion in litd-re.rrti. h'aro'.: •%jl! ■ -...1n :t
Vt-i'i'al Afi-.' ■:■.*', b Lli in KM 1 -- • • tii't tur Uni
ted -Sutler, ant )*• r: ,-d in the;.* jiru-.t ; fti.
'i tit fcxperi-: u-j :■! i ' "!y 1 . - •''t
n't prepnratisb "I ft; iilb bo e< n-p-itei wL!. ...
Impurities of the bioud dpr.#si'.'o *>l vit.it c-tror.
g>', p.ta and othtrit i.lO riekly C'tint; i-.-x" ut- it.- ti
trate iU ncro.-ij••: itt Ltici'.'tl tvo-'j torc ;.au!t>
iuuoxiona in ali in-,!;tO:e in wi.i-.-h i ; -.sbeeu
tried, it ha* provt-.i i-i.-o:;uuiy curattvo It . -a of
ilir coitj!:.ir,L j , vs:
Jn tly, rr - -M icrtJ~ 'c
-ftyflprjwoa, Vo-mtqj ition, Vtctn lt-r 1 . Dyr rtr.y /r
--eipirut connunpOuH, rrofulov.t 'ft,he,:<tU, i
liheutn, Mwnn-tutmation, Whif.t, Vhlcr: - Luir
Comp/aiiilt, Ohr-jnir Ihciihichts. Hheumaiitm, ----
1 ttrMt'itnt i'ci" ;•*, pimple* lie
j In cases of Gs.NEKAI Pr.BiUTtf, whether the rc-
I suit of acute disease, or of the continued dinvuu
i t os of nervous and inuseular energy from chrou o
j complaints, one trial of this restorative has pro v.
I ed successful to au extent which a do criptiou n r
i written attestation woud render credible. Inva
: lids so long ted-ridden u* to i.sve become forg p.
I ten in their own neighbor!) ods, ha ve suddenly
I re appeared in the busy world 3 if ju.-t return.-J
j from protracted travel ip a distant laud. ho. <
j Very signal instances of this himl arc attested of
i female tSutfur-rs, emaciated victims of apoarro.t
; marasmus. sanguineous exhaustion, critical t.h.m
--! ges, and that couipUustion of norvo'jj and dvs
i peptic aversicn to air end exorcise (or which the
1 phvsician has ao name.
j In Nervous AFFECTT ns of N'l finds, r.nd for
j reasons familiar to medical men, the opir.-t , • .f
I this preparation of iron must neces.arily be s<!tt
• tary, for, u: liko the old oxides, .t is vigor ■ :■/
' tonic, without being exciting a 1 overheating;
! and geutlv, regularly aperient, even in the mo t
I obstinate cases of costivehoss wi'hout ever being
! a gastric purgative, or .. uisajreoab.o
I It is this latter property, among others wfc ha
! makes it so retnarksb'y effectual and perm tcru- a
' remedy lor Pile*, upon which It a, so appear.t to
i exert a distinct and spucifi.; action, by u-s. -r-lr j
| the local tendency which t rai them.
! In PVSPEPSI.v, innumerable as are i(s causes, a
• single boy of these Chalybeate Pl.s has oftcc.
j ticed for t!io most habitual cases, inoiduiag -ha
i attendant Custiveness.
i In unchecked i'laitKncEA. even when advanced
I to DVSBSTKRW, confirmed, emiciatitig, and ap;>-
i rently inttlignan'. the effects hj>-„ been eq-.e!:/
I decisive and astonishing.
In the local pains, 10.-s of flesh aru strength,tle
j bilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which gm
j oral y indicate INCIPIENT CONSUUPI iox,this rc.aa-
I dv has allayed the alarm of friends and physi
cians, in several very gratifying nod interesting
In SCROFUI.ocs TrßEncnnosis, this modicateJ
iron Las had far more than the g.-od effect of the
most cautiously bulau ied preparations of iuetiao,
j without any of their well known liabilities.
) The attention of females cannot be ! o ■•orfl
j dently iuviicd to this remedy and reatoralice, ,n
! the case- peculiarly affecting them,
j In Hit t L'MATfsm, both chronic and inflarns'ory—
; in the latter, however, more dcoilou!y—it ii.it
j been invariably well reported, both as alleviating
| pain and reducing the swellings and stiffness of
I tLe joints and inttsclcs.
| In INTERMITTENT FEVERS it must certainly b A
i great remedy uud energetic res tcrat've, and its
1 progress in the new settlements of the V, est. will
i probably be one of high renown and usefulness.
I No rewedv has ever been discovered in the
whole history of uie.'icine, which exerts such
prompt, happy, and fully restorative effects,
Good appetite, complete d igestion, rapid acijui-i
tion of strength, with an unusual disposition f'
active and cheerful exercise, immediately follow
Put up in neat flat boxes containing £0 pi'!.-,
price 5b cents per box ; lor sale by druggists d
dealers. Will be sent free to any til dress on re
ceiptcf the price. All iotters, orders, otc., sLou. I
i be addressed to
H. B. LOCKE A Co., General Agents,
Oct. 4, 't!o.—ly.J 20 CEDAR Sr.. N. Y.
TWO FA 11 MS FOii SALE.
T HESE farms are situated in Graham town-!, >
Clearfield county. Pa., about 3 utiles trout t •
village of Kylertown ; oach contains 120 acres,
which there is 60 or 70 acres cleared on ca :h f i i
On one is elected a large Two Story Frame 11;.. ,
and large Frame Peru, and on the ot .-r a <
liouso and Barn. A young oroUnyd on one a, brav
ing fruit- Terms made to suit garish AS ars.
For further pariiculars address.
WM. it. CAMPBELL, m. D..
lluiitaimoß, Centra Co., P_..
AUI'ITORS'NQTICE.— The undcrs' ,at
and Auditor appointed bv the 0-;
Court nf Ceniro County to distribute
money ill the haud of the AJinitiiativ.'rr
Elizabeth tirove, deceased, hi.-a nppo ■
Thursday tlie22i day of November to it i
to that duty ut his office in Ik-Heronce, .
hoeo interested can attend
it. G. Durham.
Oct. 25, -GO --4t.
IME ! LIMB !!" LIMeI !!
The sub er •> , t -
] spectfully informs the public that ho has
j Lime Kiln near the Borough of Belltfon'i.
I he is making Lime of a eupei ior qua.!; ty —
j acknoledged to be us white and parous ' ;
j outh litno. All ho p.sks is to giyo it at:.
!ho is satisfied the purchaser will come l a.• ..
LEON* MACK.::, -
i Aug. 2.3. 18(10. tf.
J VALUABLE Pit OP EH T Y POP S3 .
I r PIIL subscriber offers fcr sale that ver; < .
I A ble property now in the occupancy of '
■ Lip.'on, the said property is situate on lb
Jol Centre and Market streets fronting -. "• < C
] moud, and is tbts most desirable place o :
; in Milesburg, will bo offered for a short
at w very luw figure. J . G M.
I Milesburg, June 28, '6o.—tf.
f ISOIITjJ.SJ > BOUIi£
i MAN UFA VTURERS AND IMP•
j OF PAPilii IJL.II- C! ' ... ,
N. E. Cor. of Fourth A Market
Oct. 4, 'CO, 3m. (.•*
! BOM GAR DM EfR H.'). i /
CO RNEK Of SIXTH AND R. R. S •
LV, AND PENrtA. R, R. -
i j.w. stoxe. PRorur.
Mar. 15th. ISfiO, 1 v.
LA hi' 11UE- ilaviujr t-i -i;
busines- I desire all pets 1 "
: tiieraselves indebted to me to caii
■ their aocoanta ituctedißtelv,
j li D. CUM 3" . v
Oct. 35, 'so.—4*. ' "