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A. UAWLEY & 'GO.,
"PRACTICAL TERMORB, 3
117 North Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Fenn'a.
' ] HE proprietors of this establishment feel oofi- H
J fident that their preparations wil. compare J
' iv<:t olj* v. ill ii y ii' ihe world, cither foreign cr tt
(' imostic Extracts for the Handkerchief of the
mostexquisltenders. POMADES and OILS tor w
the fair el the finest fixture and tho sweetest
dHAVrNG CREAMS and TOILET SOAPS of
the finest arid most delicate formation, Also
il-.r ' A Lionid 11 air i)ye, is decidedly superior
to anv no it m n.-..
A. "HAWIVV'S OLKATR or COCOA. This prepera
t;on is the nrtiele above nil others for dressing ihe
hair. It is exceedingly fine and delicate, and
r-ndors the hnr ■•'ark, soft and glossy The odor
is da! '• , v o one should be without it, Fow-
DEIH, "BASDOLINB. IIOCOE, .tc.. and every va-iety
of fine and choiee perfumery. IIAWLHY'S FKUIT VT
EXTRACTS for flavoring pic, puddings, jollies, I
confectionery and Mineral Waior rfyrups. All of
wbieh rival the best, and are surpassed by none.
Oct. 4, 'iSGO, —3tn: [R G. 0.
w atch e o,~ Jewelry
AN U SIL I ER WAIIE. j
~\7N~E . old respectfully inform our friends, j
Y7 patrons 4 —nera'dy, th it we I s
have now in store ana otter wholesale and retail, ■ (
at the lowest cash prices, a large and \ .wuoice
I Vctchm. J tcclry. Silver and Plated Ware,
of every variety and style.
Every description of Diamond 11 orh and other
Jewelry, lhnde to order, at short notice.
B- Ail Goods warranted to be as represented, j
N. B.—i articular attention g : vcti to the repair
ing of Watches and Jewehy of every deserii tion. /
6TAUFFER A HARLEY,
No. P22 Ma*4"l street, south side, Phil'a. ,
Oct. 18. 1860—3 m. * <
illiffYOl'y CS-OOC3L?aI- j
i LAROF and splendid assortment of Millinery
Ji. Goods his just been received at the Store of
!'-> F G RADIUS,
A'- ..- cihor things, may bo found a fine assort- <
in on t of '
VELVET. STI. IT AND STRAW SONNETS,
part-hashed in the city, and trimmed in the latest
and most fashionable styles. c
ll,i\ ~ig employed a first class lui.liner from the
City she feels prepared to execute all orders with
whivh she war be favor ■'.
Whitman's best candies for sale
MRS. E. n. ORAFIU3.
r.ellefonte, Nov. I t— '6ll- tf. LifS
OOE STOP E.—
) Geo. Livingston, at his well known
tand at the North Eastern corner of the Public
quare, Hclielonte, keeps constantly on hand a
large assortment of
Also a larva variety oi hi. _k Looks and Station -
erv of the very best quality. Mathematical In
Ho sail has the Depository of tho American
Sunday School Union, where any of their Books
can be had at cataloguo prices.
Books brought to order at a small advance on
he city nrices. Jan. 5 '6O 1 y
MEW REST AUR A.JTT. 7
II. H Stone,
ha? splendidly fitted up a new Restaumrt at the
corner of Allegheny and Bi?V cts, "i-ie
the hungry and th' tuirst, can una tne
necessaries wherewith to keep the body mov
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.—
Chieken So&p, Spring Chickens, Tripe, Sardines,
Oysters aud Com Soup always on hand. Fresh
lunch every morning from 10 to II o'clock. It is
tho , intention of the proprietor to make this tho
star Saloon of the town, nod he respectfully solic
its the patronage of the public.
Bellefontc 4, 1860. —3t
TWO FARMS IPOR SALE.
IITESL farms are situated in Graham township
Clearfield con ,y, Pu . about 3 miles from the
village of K . own ; each contains 120 acres, of
which there is 60 or 70 acres cleared on each firm.
On ' ie is erected a large Two Story Frame House
and large Frame Barn, and on tho other a log
House an b„rn. A young orchard on each,bear
ing fruit- Terms made to suit purchasers.
For further particulars address,
W:.L ri. CAMPBELL, M. D.,
Moshannon, Centre Co., Fa.,
L' IME ! LIME !.! LIME !! !
The subscriber re
syeCtf'iHy inferuns the public that he has erected a
Lime Kilu near the Borough of Bellefonte, where
he is making Lime of a superior quality—which is
ackr oledged to be as white and pure as the Plym
outli lime. All b rks L give it a trial, and
he is satisfied the purchaser will come back again.
Aug. 23. 1860. tf.
VA L : JJi. - - EON EE . Y rot. SALE.
THE subscriber offers for sale that very valna
bio property now in the occupancy of C-l. R
Lipton, the said property is situate on the corner
c: Centre and Market street-, fronting on the Uia- ■
mo mi, auu i: the most desirable place of residence
in Miigsburg, will be offered for a short time only
at a very low figure. J. G. McMEEN.
Milesburg, June 28, 'C3.—tf.
~no WEJLIL I BOUMMET
MA NTT A CIURERS AND IMPORSEIIS
OF PAPERHAJiGBGS, •
N. E. Cor. of Fourth A Market Streets,
P H . '-PHI A.
Oct. 4, ~ , r R O. 0.
BO M G ARDNER H 61 J S?
CO RNER OF SIXTH AAD R. R. STREETS
L. V. AND PENNA. R. R. DEPOTS,
J.W. STOSE. PROPRIETOR
Mar. 15t'-.. 1866. fv.
' UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Us- T2EJET STTOEL
OPPOSITF mmsfumk R, R. DEPOT
TVT 0 p iins have been spired to make tl.o abvoo
XS tne flrst vote! in il-trrisbnrg. The table i
twaTs spread with the best the market affords
ami the acce.nmo latlo.is are suprior to .my found
elsewhere in the city. March Ist 1860.s
HUGH Li BPJSBEN,
Mm * 1
g raj gist,
T.IAN I FACTU REH OF
EXTicA LIQUOR COLORING,
N. B*. Cor. 1 hird A Pojdar ttrtt'e.
Tern,- C.TA.] PVUdS 'la.
ClJSlfcl' Co!>.iTiHtib3 Si CO.•
T" OCR fiavco ami Tyrone Laily Line of Sta
- j J N hwo Lock Haven at 5 o'clock, A. M.,
arrive at Beiiefuato r.t 1 2 o'clock. Leave Bello
fi cte at 12J o'clock, arrive at Tyrone at G o'clock
F. M. iieivc Tyrone at UA. M.. arrive atrtvlle
t nte at 4 o'clock, P. ?.i , 1 ive Boilefonte for Lock
II- "en at 4 P. >L. and arrive af 11 P. M.
IT. AWH EITC E IIOTEL,
CHESTt f STREET,
WM, . CAMPBELL, Proprietor
BEWARE oTQUACKS !!! '
1 frills Adver i iorae- - •uui e.-.-ed to both Males i
_J. and Female- - .fering from secret eauses. I
fi ~-tieed mnry , ears, and having made a •",r
--tunc, i .less' ..ally desi-o . ... to serve my fe
low creatures. Inclose a uollar to pav incident
oK-rges, ami a sure remedy will be afforded yo' j
Let no false d ocv or— cut. as strict secrecy I
preserve! DR. JiACALAPIUS EDWARDS
Box VIO, Baitiacre, Md
ne 21. 1860. ly. 1
WM. S. TRIPPLE,
Mercliant Tailor, *
N. E. CORNER OF THE DIAxMOND.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the citixens
of Bellefonte, and vicinity that he has just re
turned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which he is now opening at his old stand, one 1
door east of the Post Office. His stock
consists in part of * 1
and Brown, French
Cloths, Silk Mixed Coat
ing, Cashmere ana -Vhite Duck for
COATS; Black Doeskin'.Yd Fancy Summer
Cassi meres, and L.tVi u Drills for
PANTS; Black U-.tin, Fi
gured Silks, xnd
FIGURED MARSAILLES FOR VESTINGS, !
which he will make up to order in styles to suit
the tastes of customers, on short notice,
anu on the most reasonable terms.
Goods furnished by cus
tomers will be made up to
order as heretofore. As
ho will employ none but experi
enced workmen, persons may rely on get
ting their work well done at his establishment
Thankful for the patronage heretofore be
stowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of
illc same. WM. S. TRIPPLE.
Bcliefonta, May 12 '59-21-tf.
THE undersigned would most respectfully in
form the public that he will continue to car
ry on the Tailoring and Clothing business at the
Old stand, on the south corner of Brokerhoff's
Row, where he is prepared to make to order all
kinds gf clothing in the neatest and most fash
ionable styles. He keeps on hand a large variety
CLOTUS. CASSURERS AND VESTINGS,
of the most approved paterns. At his Establish
of every description may be found, which ho is
now selling at reduced prices. Ilis thanks are
due the public for the liberal share of patronge
heretorore bestowed upon him; and he hopes by
strict attention to business, to merit a continue
arce of the same.
Bellefonte Jan ~ 12th '6o—ly
ANE T ,V MENTION!!
TIIE undersigned takiagreat pleasure in an
nouncing to his-fellow citizens of Centre
and idjoinin tr . s, that he is now making the
usually catted the •' Tumbling Shaft Thresning
Machine" which is far superior to any ether ma
chine everused in this country. It threshes fast
er, runs easisr, and without cracking the grains.
All farmers having on haud the "Old Machine"
can have them altered with very little expense, so
as to be just as good as new, as the same wheels
and castings will answer. Any person trying the
New Machine would be troubled no longer with
the old one.
done in the shortest notice and on the most reas
onable terms for cash or country produce. Thank
ful for past favors, he Dopes by strict attention to
business to merit a larger share of public patron
age. JAMES WARD.
Bellefonte, May 31,-1860' 3m.
TOWNSEND & CO., ~
(Successors to Sam'l Townsend & Son,)
No. 3D South Second Street, above Chestnut,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN
Velvet, Brussels, Tapestries. Three ply, In
grain and Venitian CARHLTS of tho
best English <7 American make.
MA 7 TINGS. OILCLOTHS, &c„ dec., dec.
We solicit an inspection of our assortment be
fore purchasing elsewhore.
Oct. 4. 'fit'.—3m. [R. G. 0.
IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER tF
FANCY 2J 1 TT DEFi. £.
For Ladies', Gentlemen'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. '6o.—ly.
MADAME Si HWEND'S
]7IOR the speedy and effectual Cure of all Infta
' mot ions, Fevers. Rheumatism, Dyspepsia and
Liver Complaint. Piles, Gravel, and all Acute and
Chronic Diseases of Adults and Children. —Send 3
cent Stamp to her Agent, G. B.JONES,
Hundreds of testimonials.] Box 2070 Phila, P. 0.
jr.fr- Agency, S. W. cor. Third & Arch Sts.
Oct. 4, 1360. lOt. J. Web.
JTPAEMER & CO.,
MARKET ST., WHARF, PHILADELPHIA.
Dealer in FISH CHEESE and Provisions,
Have constantly on hand an assortment of
DRIED & PICKLED FISH, Ac., viz:
Mackerel, Shad, Salmon, Blue Fish,
Herrings, Codfish, Beef, Pork, Lard, Shoulders,
Hams, Sides, Cheese, Beans, Rice, Ac.,
ct. 4, '00.—3 m,. [J. Web.
W. A. ARNOLD. JOnN W. WTLSOS
ARNOLD & WILSON
WARMING & VENTILATING WAREHOUSE,
No. 1010 Chesiuut fctreet, P hiladeiph ia
CCIILSON's Paten Cone and Ventilating
FURWACES, Cooking Ranges,
ENAJSIELED fc TATE MANTELS
Coiaiiioii and Low Down Parlor Grates,
Warm Air Registers and Ventilating, Ac. Ac.
Particular attention given to warming and Ven
tilating Buildings of every discription.
BEN J. M. FELT WELL, Sup't.
Apr. 26, —1860. ly.
It DUCEMENTS are here offered to young men,
by which the above can be made clear of all
li.xpccsf. Respectable business, and something
that will take well. For particulars enclose a
postago stamp, and address,
ERASTUS J. BURKERT,
Rcbersburg, Centre Co., Pa:
una 2 j, 1860.-6 m.
BUILD INC LOTS FOR. SALE.
THE subscribers offer for sale a number of desi
rable Euiiding Lets,adjoining the Borough of
Ztellefont?. They are beautifully situated, an? can
be supplied vith water by the BellefonD A atcr
works. They also propose to"sell out lots, in sizes
to suit purchasers. For terms annly to
JAMES H. LINN,or
J. E. M'COY,
Milcsturc IronWorks, Feb. 15-55—tf.
KLEMM & BROTHER,
IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS & DEALERS IN
No. 705 Market Street,
XF you want fine DeLanes at from 10 to 20 cts ;
per yard call at j
ROT. 8. '6o.—tf.] D. DEYDEN A CC'S. 1
*fh:El CKOTTR.® oeimocrat 1 .
THE undersigned, determined not to he out
done or surpassed by any, is now receiving, in ad- ,
dition to his former extensive stock, a very large
His stock has been selected with great care and
consists in part of
Black and Fancy Satin Vests, do. Silk
Vests, plain and fancy Worsted Vest, Fine
Black, Blue, Brown and olive Frock and Dress
Coats, Men and Boys' linen Coats,
Men and Boys' pants and-Vests of all kinds
and descriptions, together with almost everything
kept in Clothing Stores,
or of which the most prolific mind could conceive,
or industry and an unconquerable desire to please,
with yearsof experience in tho business could seloet.
In addition to which he has added a very superi
or assortment of Gents' Cravats, Ties, Hosiery
Gloves, Ac., Ac. In short it may be said he has a
Gents' Furnishing Store.
Comprising every article worn by the stern and
dignified lords of creation.
Having purchased his Goods as low as they could
be bought in the Eastern market, and will dispos
them at a slight advance on cost.
will find it to their advantage to purchase of him.
He also gives notice that he continues to manu
facture garments as heretofore. Hands are con
stantly employed to make to order, goods purchas
ed of him or elsewhere. Those entrusting him with
their work, whether the goods were purchased of
him or not, may rely on having them cut and made
in the best manner and latest styles.
Thankful for past favors, he respectfully solicits
a liberal share of public patronage, and by a strict
adherence to business, and a laudable desire to
please, he hopes, not only, to retain his old'custo
mers, but add to the number many new ones.
•< Brokerhoff's Row.
BellefonteJan., 5, 60,
NEW CASH STOREr
AT STORMSTOWN PA.
GOODS CHEAPER THAN EVER.'!
THE undersigned having purchased the store'
formerly owned by Barlow A Curtin, in
Stormstown, and having just added thereunto
LARGE STOCK OF NEW GOODS,
is now prepared to furnish customers with every
thing usually found in a country store, and at re
His stock consists is part, of
TEAS, COFFEE, SDGAR, MOLASSES,
and almost every other article you may desire
Being, as heretofore, engaged extensively in the
he is, at all times prepared to furnish "the peo
SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER,
and every other description of Leather.
jEg* Hides taken as cash.
Stormstown, Dec., 7, 59, 49 tf.
TIIIRRTY-two continuous tracts of land aver
aging four hundred and fifty acres to th
tract, situated in Snowshoe ard Rush townships
in Centre county, and extending into Morris twp
in Clearfield county, on the waters of the Big and
Little Moshannon Creeks, are now offered for sale
in lots to suit purchasers. There is a good road
leading from the terminus of the Bellefonte A
Snowshoe Railroad through these lands to Clear
field, the nearest point to the Railrcad being4J
miles. The country adjacent is thickly settled and
rapidly improving. Moshannon Mills and Stew
art's Mills in Centre Co., and Spackman's Mills in
Clearfield Co., are but a short distance from the
boundry line of those tracts. Selections can be
made, that for soil and advantages of locality
can scarcely be surpassed. Persons desiring to
purchase are referred to Jas. Gilliland. residing
at Moshannon Mills, who will show them the land
and make sales, or to Samuel Crist, residing in
S. CRIST A CO.
July 19, 1860. tf.
A WORD TO THE PUBLIC. -
Whereas the Spring
Creek Woolen Manufactory, during the present
season, has been patronized to the lull extent of
its producing abilities, and in anticipation of a
still grlater patronage the coming season, the
proprietors have been induced to add more new
machinery of tho very latest improvements. This
machinery will facilitate our operations very much
and at the same time will improve the real value
of out cloths at least ten per cent, while our pri
ces shall remain as heretofore; it being our ambi
tion to build up a reputation for this establish
ment that will add all things thereto. From the
facts here n set forth we confidently believe that
wool growers and all other grod peofle can now
deal with us very much to their own advantage.--
While there are many things alike in business of
this kind, tltere is also much that is different. A
word to the wise is sufficient Give us a call and
satisfy yourselves that this is the place the peo
ple get the worth of their money.
ROBT. KENDAI L,
Benner twp., June 12, '6O, tf. .
PENNSYVA NJA HGIEL.
HAYING rented the above named Hotel, the
undersigned weula respectfully inform the
citizens of Centre county, and the traveling public
generally, that he is prepared at all times to sup
ply those who may make his house their Home,
with good substantial Fare, and accommodations
equal, if not superior to many of the City Hotels.
is always furnished with the very best the market
will afford, and every effort will be made in this de
partment to cater to the tastes of even tho most
will bo found to contain an excellent assortment
of liquors of all kinds.
II IS ROOMS AND BEDS
are clt an and good, so that those who wish to en>
joy them, may have nothing to do but to wrap the
mantle of their couch ab'ou; them, and lie down
to pleasant dreams, and
is large and commodious and will be kept con
stantly supplied with the best of Hay and Oats.—
His Ostler is attentive and accommodating, and
plays his part o*' the Drama well and with gfeat
credit to himself.
P. B. KEPHART.' Prp,r."
April 12,—'60. tf.
POTTER'S MILLS, CENTRE COUNTY,
TRAVELERS will be accommodated at all
hours. Permanent or Transient Boarding
may be had he single ladies and gentlemen, or
persons with small families. Tho location is de
• lightful aud every effort will be made in order
j that tho comforts of a pleasant and quiet home
imay be realized. Terms moderate.
WM. BELL, Proprietor.
Feb. IGtlt '6O ly.
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS
i TUSCARORA FEMALE INSTITUTE,
THUS Institution is located at Acaderaia, Juni
ata county, Pa., 8 miles from the Pennsylva-
I nia Railroad, at Patterson station, and 6 miles
I from the Perrysville station.
; The Academic Tear consists of two Sessions of
five months each. The Summer Session with
; which the School opens, will commence on Tues
day, the Ist day of May, 18C0 and will close on
Saturday, the 29th of September, 1860, and the
Winter Session, on Thursday the Ist day of No
vember, 1860, and close March 30th, 1861.
Board including Fuel, Light and Tuition
in the Primary and Collegiate Depart
ments, per term, payable in advance, $75 00
Washing per dozen, 3 00
Lessons on Piano or Gui
tar, according to
length, sl6, S2O, or $25 per term
Use of Piaty) or Guitar,
according to time, 4, 5 or 6
Drawing or Flower
Painting, 10 to 15 "
Ancient or Modern
Langubges, each, 10 "
When Fire is required
pupil, 3 "
Seats in Church Free
Young ladies will be met at the above stations
and conveyed to the Institution, if a short notice
be given by letter, addressed to the Principal at
Academia, Juniata county. For circulars or oth
er intormation address the Principal at the above
office. 5 EV. W. G. E AGNEW,
Mar. 22, '60.-tf.] Principal.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
No. 36INORTH SECOND STREET,
ONE DOOR ABOVE CHRIST CHURCH,
And Opposite the MOUNT VERNCN HOTEL,
! UPIIE largest and best assortment of Cot-
A tage Furniture in the city, such as
1 TABLES, CAIN CHAIRS, SOFAS,
STANDS, PLAIN CHAIRS, OTTOMANS,
BUREAUS, SPRING BOTTOMS, LOUNGES,
He also has on hand at all times the celebrated
" LWYERS EASY CHAIR," and the " GREAT
a folding chair that can be doubled up so as to oc
cupy no room at all scarcely. This chair is in
tended for the use of Armies, Fishing Parties,
Hunters, Camp Meetings, Ac. It also makes a
nice article of Parlor Furniture, and so light and
convenient that it can be carried anywhere under
i the arm like a book. Nothing can excel it for
c omfort. „
PRICE FROM 75cts. TO $lO.
The plainest and most substantial articels, as
well as the mostcostly furniture,can he had
Low For Casli
ADOLPH'S WARE ROOMS.
Young persons commencing bouse keeping will
One Half Their Money
by buying from him. His motto is "Quick sales
and small profits," and the immense business that
he is doing enables him to sell lower than any oth
er firm in the city, When you come to Philadel
phia he sure to inquire for
HENRY ADOLPH'S CABINET ROOMS,
No. 36 North Seccnd Street.
Apr 26, '6—ly.
618 Market Street, Philadelphia,
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND SWISS
HAS always on hand, a large assortment of
the above kinds of Watches which he will
sell as low as any other House in the City or else
J. would particularly call attention to
the Celebrated American Watch, which in point
of accurate time keeping and durability will ex
cel any Imported watch of the same cost, and is
far less liable of getting out of order than any
watch made. These are FACTS which will he
den onstrated to any purchaser on a fair trial.
Satisfaction will be guaranteed to any and all
purchasing at my establishment. A large assort
JEWELRY, SILVER & SILVER PLATED WARE.
of every description, style and Pattern, constantly
on hand at No. 618 Market St. Philadelphia.
Sept. 6-60-35 —ly.
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Distress
ed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Dis
eases, and especially for the Cure of Diseases oj
the Sexual Oryans,
EDICAL advice given gratis, by the Acting
IYI Surgeon, to all who apply by letter, with a
aescription of thier condition, (age, occupation,
habits of life, Ac.,) and in case of extreme pover
ty. medicine furnished free of charge.
Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhoea, and other
Ciseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the New
Remedies employed in the Dispensary, sent to the
afflicted in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
Two or three Stamps for postage will he accepta
Address, Dr. J. Skillin Houghton, Acting Srr.
geon, Howaed Association, No. 2 South Ninth st.
Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. IIEARTWELL, Pres't.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Sect'y.
Sept. 6. 60. 35, —6m.
"foot & HARTMAN7
(Sucessors to S. & S. Haupt,)
MILLHEIM, CENTRE COUNTY, .PFNN'A.,
HAVE removed to iheir new Foundry A Ma
chine Shop. They have on hand, and are
prepared to manufacture Hunsickcr's Improved
Clover Huller, Threshing Machines, Shakers, and
Corn Shellers, Bar Shear. Worts Improved, and
_Millheim Plows, Stoves, Bells, Kettles, Mill Gear
ing, Ac., and hold themselves ready to do all kind
of Foundry business with correctness and dis
patch. Work warranted as recommended.
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly at
Millheim, June 28,1860. tf.
OYSTERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
THE undersigned hereby Informs his friends
and the public generally that he has rented
the basement story of T. R. Reynold's new build
ing or Allegheny street, where he has opened an
eating saloon, confectionery, Ac., on a large scale.
Particular attention will be "paid to business,
and every effort made to cater to the tastes of
those v. ho may favor him with a call.
GEO. W. DOWNING.'
Bellcfmte, April 12 '59 16 ly,
E. C. HUMES, JAS. V. HALE
H. N. M'ALLISTER, A. O. CURTIN
Interest paid on Special Deposit.
HUMES, M'ALLISTER HALE & CO.,
DEPOSITS received, Bills of exchange and
Notes Discounted, Collections made and
proceeds remitted promptly. Interest paid on
special deposits for Ninety days, and under six
months at the rate of four per cent, per annum.
For six months and upwards, at the rate of five
per cent, per annum. Exchange on the East con
stantly on hand. Nov. 27 - 6fi.
IT i conceded by everybody that is man enough
to wear a beard, that the place to get shaved
easy, clean and neat, is at the Fashionable shop,
just opposite Isaac May's store, Good Razors,
keen and sharp, kept constantly on hand, Hair
Dressing, shampooing, Ac,, Ac., attended to in
the most workmanlike manner, The undersigned
thankful for past favors, solicits a continuanc
of the same, M. GRAHAM- j.in. 5'6
j I LARGE assortment of ladies goat boots with
! I\. and without heels, Misses shoes, a very good
assortment, boys and cuildrens shoe 3 and boct
; of all kinds. Mens boots and shoes of all size
1 and descriptions, just received and for sale by
1 v3_S9 tf.
V HOOFLAND'S U
GREAT U *
of the present age, have acquired their great popularity
onl>r through years of trial. Unbounded satisfaction
is rendered by them in all cases. •
WILL POSITIVELY CURE
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervous De
bility. Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered liver, or weak
ness of the Stomach and Digestive Organs,
AND WILL POSITIVELY PREVENT
YEUOW (EVER, BILIOUS FEVER, AND FEVER AND AGUE.
See our Almanac for proof. PRICE, 75 cents per Bottle.
Hoofland's Balsamic Cordial
WILL POSITIVELY CURE
Coughs, Colds, cr Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Influenza,
Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption,
and has performed the most astonishing cures ever known
As a Diarrhoea Cordial it is unequalled. PRICE, 75 cents
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN PILL,
being well known throughout Europo and America, neede
no commendation here. They arc purely vegetable, are
prepared with great exactness, and are sugar-coated. No
better Cathartic Pill can be found. PRICE, 25 cts. per box.
These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON &
Co., Philadelphia, Pa., and St. Louis, Mo., and are sold by
druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere. The sig
nature of C. M. JACKSON will be on the outsido of each
bottle or box.
In our " Everybody's Almanac," published annually, yon
will find testimony and commendatory notices from all
parts of the country. These Almanacs are given away by
all our agents.
Apr. 26, '6O —ly
CLOCK, WATCH, JEWELRY
AND FANCY STORE.
THE subscriber is still at his old stand at No. 4
Brokerhoff's Row, on Alleghany St., where he
has just received from the eastern cities, and is
now offering for sale a well selected and beautiful
and an excellent assortment
of FANCY ARTICLES, of all
l l*\ "sal KINDS and QUALITIES,
yJLV 1 ,Jygft SILVERWARE, Ac.
(fRJpA? s ' Notwithstanding the "pan
ic" his stock is fully as large
and complete as ever, and as his goods are selecte
with great care from the manufacturers of the eas
tern cities, of the latest styles, he feels confiden
of giving satisfaction to all.
His stock consists of fine Gold and Silver open
face and hunter case full jeweled English patent
and detached Lever Watches ;—also Lepines and
Quartiers. Jewelry of every style which can be
found in a good Jewelry Store, and Fancy Arti
cles of every description. He has also SPECTA
CLES, a good assortment, always on hand, to suit
all ages. Also Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Pis
jJEs?" Particular attention paid to repairing
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry at short notice.
WM. J. STEIN
Bellefonte, Jan. 5, '6o—ly .
THIS new, hut well known and popular Hotel
1 cated on Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa.
has become, under the supervision of its present
acorn mounting proprietor.
the Hotel of Central Pennsylvania. Long experi
once of Mr. Butts in the business warrants ns, in
assuring the traveling public that no pa'ns will be
spared to render guests as comfortable as possible
while sojourning under his rocf.
will constantly be supplied with the very best the
will he found to contain an excellent assortment
of liquors of all kinds, and
will always he attended by careful, attentive, so
ber and therefore prudent Ostlers.
The proprietor hopes by his lon.' experience,
and the facilities at his command, to make the
Conrad class Hotel. The business
of the Hotel is under his own personal supervis
ion. A liberal share of public patronage is kindly
solicited J. B. BUTTS.
Bellefonte. June 9.-'s9.—tf
J. D. Harris <fc Co.,
IIAYE ALWAYS ON HAND AT TIIEIR
NEW STORE IN SNOWSHOE.
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
GROCERIES AND HARDWARE,
Jlonr, <%j?, Js|, Sail
"TXTHICH they offer for cash at prices that will
Y T induce those to buy who stand in need of
such articles. The invite the public to call at
their establishment, feeling confident that they
can give entire satisfactisn.
J. D. HARRIS, & CO.
Snowshoe, Jan., 12, '6O.
TRMERS' UNION INSURANCE COMTA
ny.,Corner Chemungand Main sts., ATHENS
Bradford county, Pa.—CASH CAPITAL, $200,000
Special attention given to Insurance of Farm
Property, Dwellings, and Out-houscs. Insures such
buildings or contents in a very favorable manner,
for 3 or 5 years. promptly adjus
Houses, Stores, and other buildings, Goods, Wares
and Merchandize, on as favorable terms asany
OFFICERS. —Hon. Horace Willisten, President
C. F. Welles, Jr., Vice President and Treasurer
J. E. Canfield, Secretary.
IRA C. MITCHELL, AGENT, Bellefonte, Pa.
April 3d 56 22 tf
NAIL COMPANY'S AGENCY
C*?o PER KEG.—This Company's Nails
are equal in quality to tho best Nails
made in Pennsylvania, and far superior to any in
this market, as our largely increased sales for" the
past three months will testify. For sale by
F. G. FRANCISCUS,
Agent Harrisburg Nail Company.
Discount to dealers—a large stock always on
hand— all orders promptly filled—delivered at the
aailroad station or canal. [Aug. 16.-'60.-tf.
HONOR THE~ DE
\ BEL LEFOHSTE MARBLE WORKS.
HAVING just returned from the Eastern mar
ket where I have purchased a large and ex
tensive stock of marble at greatly reduced prices
I am prepared to fill all orders with which I may
be favored, with promptness and despatch. My
stock includes the best quality of foreign and do
1 have employed in my establishment some of
the best and most experienced workmen in the
State, and persons who have her ■ < fore patroniz
ed me can testify to the superio- workmanship
both in execution and design which I manufac
ture. Persons who desire marble tombstones,
table tops, or anj thing into which-the article can
be manufactured will do well to give me a call.
All work delivered free of charge.
Shop on High Pa.
Apr. 12, '6O tf.
B. T. BABBITT'S
PURE MEDICINAL YEAST.
68 LVT ANUFACTUREI)FROM common *>B
JLVJL Salt anil Pure Cream Tartar
When ufed in Bread, Cake or Biscuit,
it terns to gas, (like that from a bottle
of Soda Water.) and remainns dor- <
ma it in the dough until it is set in the
oven, when the heat causes the gas to
escape throught the dough while bak
ing- The Bread, Cake or Biscuit is
AND not only very light, but perfectly whole AND
some. Where this Yeast is used you
will require about one quarter the a
mount of shortening used with ordina
ry Yeast. It may also be used for
Buckwheat Cakes, Johnny Cakes, and
all kinds of Pastry. This Yeast is put
up only in one pound cans, with check-
I ered label. Red, White and Blue—
* " none other is Genuine—beware of imi- '
B. T. EabbitVPure'Conccntra
Warranted double the strength of com
mon Potash and superior to any Sa
ponifies in market, put up in cans of
1 lb., 2 lbs., 3 lbs , fi lbs., and 12 lbs.,
i with full directions for making Hard
68 j an d Soft Soap. One pound will make 68
fifteen gallons of Soft Soap. No liiue
lis rebuired Consumers will find this
! the cheapest Potash in market.
I B. T. B.'s Medicinal Saleratus,
1 A perfectly pure and wholesome artis
cle, free from all delcterous matter; so
j prepared that, as the circular accom-
AND ; panying the Saleratus will show,noth- A * D
ing remains in the bread wheh baked,
but common Salt, Water, and Flour.
Put up neatly in papers, 1 lb., Alb.,
B. T. B.'s [Concentrated Soft Soap.
One box costing one dollar will make
40 gallons of handsome Soft Soap by
| rjr-1 simply addiug boiling water. iwf|
| B. T. B.'s Soap For Family Use.
' O se poundof this Soap is equal to 3
i pounds of ordinary Family Soap. One
j j oand wilt make 3 gallons of handsome
| Soft Soap. It will remove paint,grease,
j tar, and stains of all kinds- It will not
injure the fabric; on the contrary, it
68 P reserves IT- IT will wash in hi rd or 68
saltwater. But little labor is requir
ed where this soap is used. Machin
ists and Printers will find this soap su
perior to anything in market. If your
. Storekeeper dee- not keep the above
goods, send $5 by mail and I will send ;
a package of either article or au assor- ;
AND ted box containing apart of each arti- *JID
cle, as you may direct: Send the name
I of your post office, also, the State and
> County in which you reside with di
< rections for shopping. Address
i B. T. BABBIT,
64, 66, 68, 70, 72 & 74 Washington st.,
A liberal discount to Storekeepers. 7re
t July 12. '6O.- lv.
' Ladies One Price fancy Fur Store
H'.l No. 718 Arch St., be
i tween 7th <fc Bth Sts.,
' j&k (Late of 818 Market
/' ' Importer, Manufactu-
M | H|3| rer of and Dealer in
1 3 11MmifteFANCY FURS
fc-- M [TAVING removed t o
m y Hw/to Store, 7lß
now engaged entirely
in the Manufacture
and Sale of Fancy Furs, which in accordance
with the " One Price Principle," I have
marked at the lowest possible prices consistent with
a reasonable profit, I would solicit a visit from
those in want of Furs for either Ladies' or Chxl
drens' Wear, and an inspection of my selection of
these goods, fatified, as I am, of my ability to
please in every desired essential.
fgSS- Pers-ns * a distance, who may find it in
convenient to call personally, need only name the
article, they wish, together with the price, and in
structions for sending, and forward the order to
my address—money accompanying—to insure a
sarifaetory compliance with their wishes.
Aug. 23,—'60. sm. [J. Web.
S. H. 4 UPT, Jr.,A CO.,
RESPECTFULLY informs the citizens of
Centre county, that they keep eons'antly on
hand, and warranted, Peir Points Patent Shaker
and Straw Carrier, the same thst was formerly
manufaetu ed at Millheim, also Threshing Ma
chines A Horse Powers made on an improved
Farmers are particularly invited to call and
examine these articles before purchasing else
where. Grain Drills, Clover Hullers, and all
kinds of Machines and Powera repaired on short
notice. Gum Belting for Machines, for sale
Clover Hullers, Iron Fencing,
Corn Shellers, Verandas,
Cart eipindles, Mill Gearing,
Side Hill Ploughs, Saw-Mill Gearing,
Wortz's " Furnace "
, Rich's Iron Beam " Rolling Mill "
Iron Kettles, New W*ld cook stove
Bells, Hathaway "
Millheim and Hublersburg Shears, Tin Sheet-
Iron Ware, together with the usual variety of ar- 1
tides in the Foundry line, kept constantly on
hand or made to order.
Having in our employ experienced mechan'c?
in the various branches of our business, we flat
ter ourselves in being able to do up work to the
satisfaction of all who will favor us with thcii
Our terms and prices are reasonable.
Bellcfonto luly 26,-1880. —ly.
"SPRING & SUMMER GOODS^
171 C HUMES A BRO-, invite the attention
of the public and their old customers to the
very large and extensive assortment ofSpringjA
Summer Goods, which they have just oponed and
are now offering to purchasers at the very lowest
i prices. They would call particular attention to
" the great variety of
t LADIES DRESS GOODS,
' consisting in part, of Nhawls, Mantles, Silks, Be
reges, Tissues, Ac- These goods were all selected
expressly to suit the taste of the ladies in this vi
cinity, and are offered with an assortment of Ho
siery and Gloves, Dress Trimmings, Collars, Un
; dersleeves, Ac.
i CLOTHS AND CASSIMERS
i in styles, qualities aDd at very reasonable prices
i can also be found at this establishment, together
with one of the best stocks of
, BOOTS AND SHOES, STRAW GOODS
• FOR MEN, WOMEN, BOYS & GIRLS.
A very extensive assortment of hardware has been
brougght from the eastern markot, embracing a
variety to suit the trade, housekeepers, Ac. Also
GROCERIES, of the very best quality, with FISH
SALT and PLASTER.
These goods are ffcred to the public at a much
lower rate than the same -tides can be purchased
any where in Centre county.
; BELLEFONTE, CENTRE COUNTY, PENN'A.
AN THE SOUTH EAST CORNER OF THE
, yj Diamond, opposite the Court House.
The undersigned would respectfully inform his
friends and the traveling public in general,that he
has taken the above house, and that the house has •
been refitted, improved and newly furnished,- ex- !
tensive stable accommodations are attached, and
is,in short, prepared to accommodate all who may
give him a call, in the most agreeable manner
He is amply provided with everything to render
his house a desirable stopping place, and will en
deavor to entertain his guests in a manner that
cynnot fail to give the fullest satisfaction. No
expense or attention will be spared to make it one '
of the best houses in the country. A liberal pa- '
tronage is respectfully solicited.
HIS BAR will be supplied with an assortment
of choice liquors.
JOHN M'MONAGLE, Prop'r; i
Apr. 19, '6o,—ly. ,
J. THORP FLAHERTY, \
Havana So gars, i
No. 837 CHESTNUT STREET, 1
(Adjoining Girard House,) 1
And Opposite CONTINENTAL HOTEL,
PHILJtDELPHIi, PENNSYLVANIA. 1
' L AT ly.
THOMAS & HARRIS.
IIAYE JUST RECEIVED
GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE,
FISII AND SALT,
PLASTER, FLOUR, dec,
THEIR STOCK OF
fabics' grtss dfloiis,
Cannot he excelled at any other houso in Central
Pennsylvania. It embraces every variety <ff
style and quality.
TIIEIR SUPPLY OF
CLOTHS, ICASSIMEEES, VESTINGS,
CALICOES AND MUSLINS,
ARE ALSO VERT SUPERIOR.
are worthy the attention of the Public.-
Bellefonte, Jan. 5. '6O,
HOFOR PIKE'S PEAK!
C COMPANIES are being organized in Centre
J and the adjoining counties, preparatory to
emigrating to the Pike's Peak Gold Region during
the coming Spring and Summer. Contracts have
been entered into with Jno. M.AVagnor. of the
Milesburg Flouring Mill and Grain
the cheapest and best establishment of the kind in
Central Pennsylvania—to furnish the companies
with all the Flour and Grain necessary for the
Having leased the Milesburg Mill and furnish
ed it with new and improved machinery, wo are
prepared to furnish flour to the public in any qan
tities. Wheat, rye, and grain of all kinds we
keep constantly on hand, and will dispose of at
the very lowest prices.
We are determined not to be undersold by
any establishment iu this section of country.
JOHN M. WAGNER.
Milesburg, Pa: Feb. 17, 's9—lo—ly.
MECHANICS AND BUILDUPS LOOK
HERE I —The subscriber having just com
pleted his Planing Mill and Machine Shop, an 1
lurnishee them with the most perfect and complete
machinery, with all their recent improvement, is
now prepa ed to furnish
JDiors, Sash, Blinds, Shutters, A Mouldings, Floor
ings, Siding, Shingles & Lath. Scroll & Re-
Sawing. Painting A Glazing done to or
der. Fry lumber of all kinds.
Rnd everything in his line on as favorable terms
as they can be produced from any establishment
in the world. Having had the experience of ma
ny years in the business, he has been able to per
fect his machines, and employ the very best
workmen anywhere to be found, and can now
safely say he cannot be excelled in his work. He
is always to be found at his works on the corner
of 3d and West streets, Williamsport, Pa. All or
edrs and communications srictiy attended to.
A. T., A W. NICHOLS.
April, 20, '59 22, tf.
A VALUABLE HOMESTEAD FOR RALE
The subscriber offers for sale a valuable
piece of land, containing ten acres, situated
in Harris Township, on the Brush Valley
road, and adjoining lands of Robert Potter,
and Wilson I'otter.
There is a good two story dwelling House,
a Barn, Carpenter shop and all the necessa
ry outbuildings erected thereon.
A nover failing stream of water runs by
the door. Any person desiring to procure a
comfortable home cannot do better than pur
chase this farm. The subscriber desires to
sell immediately, if possible, as he intends
moving west in the spring.
Terms made to suit the purchou'r.
ROBERT WAShON, Sr.
March,B , '6O. tf.
TFEW THINGS THATPERPTEX US.
TO know whether that celebrated Bell at the
West Philadelphia Baptist Church is really
made of Castile—if so, why is she so often told
" Vanity Fair" says that the present epidemio
of sore throats is owing to Leap Year giving us
such a Forward Spring. We would ask whether
a Backward Fall is not as equally injurious to the
If a " Cutter" that brings in a revenue like
" Powers," the celebrated pantaloon cutter,at Mr.
Charles Stokes' Clothing Store could not be prop
erly called a revenue cutter 1
Would it not be proper for a gentleman whe
had purchased a coat at the -'One Price" Clothing
Store of Mr. Charles Stokes, to speak of it A3 his
one price-less coat.
Apj- 26, '6o.—!y.
HAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK OF
Dry C3r ode.
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE.
ALL of which he is selling at very reduced
Goods given in Exchange for Country Produce.
The public are invited to call and examine his
stock before purchasing elsewhere;
Bellefonte. Nov. 3, '59. tf.
NEW THRESHING MACHINE. ~
The subscriber takes this
mode of informing his friends and the publio
generally that he is now engaged in making ma
chines after his improved tumbling shaft patterns
at his residence East of Bellefonte. This machine
possesses the advantage of increased power and
motion without tho addition of more horses.
Being a practical machinist, and doing all tho
work myself, I feel safe in recommending it to
he public, and solicit a sharo of your patron* ge
For references Eee
JOHN WAY, ALEXANBBS KOHLLH*,
Persons in want of PAINTS, OILS, VAR
NISHES, or anything of the kind, will do
well to purchase them at tho Drug Store of J. A J.
HARRIS, Brockerhoff's Row, Bellefonte. Also,
POCKET KNIVES, FANCY ARTICLES,
and all the Patent Medicines made.
Surgeon's and Physician's Instrumenst
connsta-tly on hand. Call and see them, nearly
opposite the Conrad House.
FOR medicinal purposes Lyon's Catawba
Brandy has no rival, and has long been need
ed to supercede the poisonous compounds sold
under the name of Brandy. As a beverage the
pure article is altogether superior, and a sover
eign sure remedy for Dyspepsia, Flatulency, Low
Spirits, Languor, General Debility, Ac.
Also, ESHELBY'S STILL AND SPARKLtNG CHAM
PAGNE.—These Wines are mad in the neighbor
hood of Cincinnati, and are guarantied to be the
pure juice of the grape, and aro eminently calcu
lated for invalids and persons who require a gen-
He stimulaut and for Saeramental purposes.
Maroh 4 'SB-tf. J. A j. HARRIS,
Sole Agents hi Centre County.