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Cjje Centre Jtmnorat.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 12 1861.
CORRECT LIFT OF CAPT. WOLF'S COM
PANY".—The following is a correct list of
Captain Jonathan Wolfs Company, (E, Ist
Regiment, Penna. Reserve Cavalry) which
left th is place sctne weeks ago for the seat
of War. Thej r are now stationed at Wash
ington, and are in the best of health :
Captain —J. WOLF.
Ist Lieut —R. LIPTON.
2d Lieut— S. T. MURRAY.
John A. Bayard, James Keys,
Henry Atkins, Mortimer Kress,
Jerry Newman, Levi Kline,
Ilenry P. Boell, S. S. Krotzer,
Samuel Lipton, Charles Keyse,
Wm. C. Murray, Descartes Kelly,
Jesse Fry, P. B. Kerrins,
Charles R. Fell, Harry Klapp,
A. S. Keyse, Wm. Lowrie,
Wm. C. Wilkey, Tamar Latnan,
Wm. Wilson, 1, Walter Lint,
Wm. Wilson, 2, F. A. McMullitf
Samuel Derr, H. H. MeOullotigh,
Joseph Shook, Samuel Mills,
John Cheseman, Bernard Morrison,
Ilenry D. Sands, Hugh Martin,
Pavil Tate, John Null,
Thomas Wilson, A. B. Nvrnan, j
Thos. R. Anderson, Milton Nyipan.
j. O. As-key, Finton Pheion.
Wm. 11. Buck, Reuben 11.-cp.
George Bruss, Jacob Raymon,
C. L. Buffington, Valentine Reese,
Wm. T. Buck, Wm. Summers,
John C. Bradly, John C. Strublc,
Henry Checkman, Timothy Saxon,
John Craft, John 11. Thomas,
Eli Mercer, David R. Wiser,
James Miller, Win. Witheright,
N. Esworthy, Stanley Watson,
T. B Fenton, John Williams,
John 11. Fox, * Philip Winterode,
Michael Fausey, James Fulton,
Wm. Garret, Wm Shirk,
Peter Gisewitc, Roland Grassmite,
Thos. W. Grant. John O.sborn,
Wm Grassmire, Joseph Parr,
J.is. M. Ilowe, Alfred linger,
Amos M. Derrick, James Rider,
R. Hollabaugh, Arthur Swisher,
F. Ileckendon, R. D. Stratton,
Ed. B. Holt. David Smith.
D. M. Hunter, C. Swietzer,
Joseph llatter, Calvin Wolf,
George James, John W. Ward,
•Deserted at Camp Curtin, Aug. 12.
WASHINGTON, SEP 1 5.
Respectable gentlemen, who have arrived
front North Carolina by a circuitous route,
say the Union prospects in that State are of
the most encouraging character. The acting
Governor is a reliable Union man. Secret
f Leagues of Loyalty" exist in every county,
and are rapidly increasing in strength, al
ready numbering or,.a holt cf the voting pop
A Provisional S ate Government will be
put in operation in a few months. Two full
brigades of loyal men have been enrolled.—
The "League" have made extended arrange
ments lor electing a member of Congress
from every disttict. Four were known to
have been elected on the 21st of August ;
and the latest news js that the entire eight
are elected- each having received a large
vote They are among the best men in the
State, who will insist upon a vigorous prose
cution of the war. Their certificates ol
election will boar the signature of the Gov
emor, and the broad seal of the State. Since
the engagement at Hatteras Inlet, the North
Carolina troops haye been withdrawn from
Virginia. Many of them are dissatisfied
with the war and those who entered the
service for the term, refuse to continue in
the Confederate employment.
The pay-rolls of the Pennsylvania Ninth,
Tenth, Eleventh, Twtlf-h, Twenty-third,
• Twenty six Ji, Twenty Seventh, Twenty
eighth and'lji rty second Regiments aye in
the hands of the Pay master, and the men
jvill be immediately paid up to August 31st
A soldier arrived to-day froinGen. BANK'S
column, who had pa tof l.is blouse shot
nway by a stray cannon ball, fired across
the Potomac by the Rebels.
The Southern papers received here of late
dates, all abuse RUSSKLL roundly for bis ac
count of the Mahasas battle. .They boast
- that thoy had masked batteries and did
make infantry charges, and they pay be has
insulted all whose hospitality he has enjoyed
NtfLh and South.
The troops at Forts Hatteras and Clark
will not be permitted to suffer from lack of
ireemen's. E h hundred troops were
from here on Suuday last, and others
are te follow.
CAiRO. Sept. fi.
General G'ant this morning telegraphed
to the Kentucky Legislature that the ilebel
forces, In considerablenunffers. had invadid
Kentucky, and were occupying and fortify
ing strong position at Hickman snlChals
lilulFs. This a't.Tnoon he received a reply
that his message, with one from Gover
nor Harris, of Tenne-see, to Governor
Magoffin, had been referred to a special
committee. Governor Harris, in his mes
sage, says that "the troop. that landed at
Hickman last night did so without my
knowledge or consent, and, I am confident,
without the consent of the President. I
have telegraphed to President Davis, re
questing their immediate withdrawal."
Hickman, formerly Mills Point, is a thriv
ing post village, capita* of Fulton county,
Kentucky, on the Mississippi river, thirty
five miles below the mouth of the Ohio, and
three hundred and twenty miles YV. S. \Y r .
from Frankfort. It has an active business
in shipping produce. It contains four
churches, a newspaper office, and a Bank.
The accounts from the Rebels in South
east Missouri are conflicting, their numbers
being variously estimated at from 0000 to
Capt. Goruch, who headed an expedition
for carrying off arms to Elizabetlitown for
the Rebels, has been arrested.
QUIXCT, 111., Sept. 4.
Gen. Pope arrived here last night. He
will leave this evening to take the field in
The Rebels have torn up the railroad track
and cut down the telegraph poles between
Hunewell and Shelbina.
Martin Green was between these places
yesterday with a force ot two thousand well
armed two pieces of artillery.
Gen. Hulburt is represented to be west qf
• Shelbina with twelve or fifteen thousand of
lowa and Illinois troops.
The report that Gen. Fremont had disap
proved of and countermanded Gen. Pope's
orders regarding the policy adopted by him
in Northern Missouri, and particularly with
regard to levying contributions in Marion
county and Palmyra, are without tounda
tion. The trnth is, that Gen. Pope will
proceed immediately with such a force as
will insure the complete execution of his
gyff*- " The Life of the Flesh it in the Blood,"
was said by inspiration long, before llarvoy's dis
covery of its circulation had brought to li -,ht its
purposes and uses. Now wo know not only that
" life is in. the blood," but that disease inhabits it
also. Many of the disorders that prevade the hu
man frame, have tie r home in it, thrive and grow
in it. The celelr i Br. J. C. Ayer, of Lowell,
has had regard to this important fact in making a
Remedy to cure t se disorders. His Extracts
of Sarsaparilla .rt ou the impurities of the
blood and induces a I at 'lon. in it that en
pels disease. This •ks reasonable, and it is
true, for we know by our own experience. Sel
dom aa we take any medicine, wo have neverthe
less several times b ;en under obligations to the
Skill of Dr. Ayer for the relief which his remedies
never fail to afford us when we are obliged to
have recourse to them. — Catholic, Halifax, N. S.
jgjfr- As our readers know, it is not often we
notice patent medicine of any kind, but there is
something so good in the Restorative Cordial of
Prof. Wood, and it is so pleasant with all, that
we step aside from our usual practice to recom
mend this scientific tonic Cordial to our readers-
It will no doubt do all '.hat is claimed for it. The
name and world-wide reputation of the inventor
is a eufficieu t guarantee for that, but we have tried
it, and know it will exhilerate and strengthen by
toning up the weakened organs, and enabling
them to perform all their function-. Reader try
it, and we fear not your verdict. See advertise
have you seen Prof. Wood's ad
vertisement in our paper. Read it; It will inter
ITC. THE INDEPENDENT VOTERS OF CEN
. TRE CO.—Jacob liouser, of Harris two., of
fers himself as an Independent candidate fur the
office cf Associate Judge at the ensuing election
if they think' him capable, and worthy of the of
fice, he will be very thankful fov their support.
TO THE INDEPENDENT VOTERS OF
CENTRE COUNTY- I respectfully offer my
self to your consideration as an InJipendent Can
didate for the Offiee of Treasurer of Centro Coun
ty at the ensuing election. If elected I hereby
pledge myself to discharge the duties of said offiee
to the best of my ability, and to oontribute the
one-half of the usual per ecntage accruing, to
said officer for his services to tile soldiers relief
fund. Fcr the faithful performance of all which
I am prepared to reiderto the proper authorities
the most ample security.
rg'O THE TAX COLLECTORS
ft And Tax Payers o r Centra L'county.
County Commissioners' Office,
BELLEFONTE. PA., Septombcr 9th,Jß_6l. J
The Collectors of Taxes fcr the different town- |
ships of this county are hereby notified that the I
funds of the county are entirely exhausted ; that j
the Soldier-' Relivf Eani has no means where
with to meet the demands upon it for the next
etui-monthly payments," and that the families
must have the support provided for by 'w. The j
Coilee'tors are therefore instructed to adopt the i
most prompt and energetic measures for the col
lecting and paying over, within the next two
weeks from tao date hereof, of ell the money eot
t .Wc must have money ; and this urgent necessi
ty induces the Hoard of Commissioners to appeal
to the tax-payers to pay up immediately, and thus
relieve them from their embarrassments, and the
humiliating necessity of turning poor women away !
without tho means of si pport which they and i
their children expect to receive, while their hot*
bands, ant brothers are defending tho liovem
inent of our Country.
By order of the Commissioners.
S.M.IK WIN, Clerk.
Sept. 12, '6l 2t.
Pi M PIILI : •WS FOR 1-61.—Notice is!
hereby , • the Law.- ol Pennsylvania i
tor the year Lit now ready for delivery.— i
Those persons entitled to receive copies of the- j
tame, wi I Iv supplied by calling at tin Prothnn- j
otaiy's office in Eellefoiite.
JXO. T- JOHNSTOW. Pro'ty.
Sept. 11 th IS6I 3t. I
A DMIXISTRATOR'S NOTICE—
J\ letters of Ad- !
ministration on the estate of John Rrnper, late |
of Pine Creek. Haines twp., have been granted to
the undersigned, who rogue t all persons know
ing themselves indebted to said estate t make im
mediate payment, and those having claims to
preseut them duly authenticated fur --tilctnent.
HE KEY SPiKKR, Adm'r.
Sept. 5, '6l. fit.
Tc the Orphan-? Court
of Centre county. In the mutter of the E.tu.'e of
Jitirta Ardry. dee'd.
The Auditor appointed tc ni:.ke distnbu'ion of
the balance n! the u n,-y in the hands of A R.
Barlow and Jis Ar try, Adiu'rs. of the estate of i
James Ardry, dee'd- art a-..- -<i the persons
legally put it led the- . "•;! meet all persons in
terested therein for t 1 - rj. o ~f his appoint
ment on Saturday. <, ; p . a to. 1-31, at 10 o'ci'k
A. M., at his office in £ I nt-
A. 0. FUR ST, Aud'r.
Sept. 5. '6l. 4t.
■ STATE" OrfHOIfION I
THE VERY LATEST NEWS !
AT BARLOW'S NEW STORE, |
At Storm stown Centre Co., Pa. j
rjIHE undersigned has just returned from the
I East with a gcod assortment of tho Latest
Styles of Goods, which, owing to tho present gen
eral depression in business, induces him to offer
his goods at a very small advance of CITY COST,
FOR CASH. Persons wishing to purchase at the
above ratis will do well to call and examine (or
themselves,'before purchasing elsewhere, at the
New Store in Stormstown.
June 13, '6l, — tf.] A. R. BARLOW.
LEWISTOW.V. PENN'A., Aug. 1, ISGI.
HIS Excellency, the Governor of Pennsylva
nia, has tend red to me and 1 have accepted
tile command of one of the ten Regiments of In
fantry recently required of this State by the Pres
ident. Etch of the companies will be of the
maximum standard authorized by law, to wit, .
One Captain, one First Lieutenant, one Second
Lieutenant, one First Sergeant, four Sergeants,
eight Corporals, two Musicians, one Wagoner,
ami eighty-two privates.
Captains of companies desirous to be mustered
into this Regiment will report at the earliest day
possible, to myself, at this place, or West Chester,
Pa., or to Lieut. Col. William Brisbin, Wilkes
barre, Luzerne county, or to Major T. M. Hut
lings, Bellefonte, Centre county.
WILLIAM 11. IK WIN,
Col. Pa. Volunteers.
VA GERM ANTOWN, PA
MoCallum efe? Co.
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS r &C.
Warehouse, No. 509 Chestnut Street,
Opposite the State House,
mar. 21, '6l.—ly.] PHILADELPHIA.
AGENTS Wanted Everywhere, to Sell Sta
tionery k Jewelry packages. Both male
and Female will find this a pleasant an profita
Every article of the Best Quality. We allow
| our Agents a larger discount than any house in
j the business They are now making from £3 On
ItosS 00 nor day. Send and get a circular with
I lull description. Address
STEVENS k CO.
37. S. Third Stree f , Philadelphia.
June 13.'61. 3cn. [Orwig.
J" ' LCEIVEL).
ALA It (i' I f j!' iVA: L P PER, of the
La . .tick will be sold at the low
est pos.- ih Vote need look elsewhere as
their taste can be -lied from our large and new
We have also a fine assortment of SHAKERS,
palm and willow colored and white. Persons de
siring goods at prices to suit tho times would find
it to their advantge to buy of the undersigned
who have a choice stock of all goods generally
found in a country store.
' mar. 21, '6l—tf.] TONNER <b STEEL.
THE CEWPR.3EI I>EIII!!tOC]RA "3P •
'Conner it- Jlterl,
The largest assortment of goods ever before offered
for sale by fhein, consisting,
as heretofore of all such staple goods as are usually
kept in a country store, together with all the
NEW STYLES IN MARKET.
Black and Fancy Silks, Brocades, Madona's De-
Beges, Btrnges, Iktrage detains, Delains, Challi
delains, PopliDs, Lustres, Alpacas, Bombazines,
Lawns, Ginghams. Chintz, Brilliants, ChalliCrape-
Marets, Tanjore Cloth, Kobesand Traveling Dress
A large assortment of mourning goods.
Black Silk, Tbibit Cashmere Crape and Stilia
Shawls, Mantillas, Cashmere Scarfs, and Shawl
Cloths, Cassimers, Satinetts, Cashmeres, Kentuc
ky-Jeans, Drills, Ducks, Cottonades and
Ladies'and Gents' Hoisery, Gloves, Gauntlets and
Mitts, Ladies Collars and Under SleeYes, Lace 3
A L S O,
Oiled Window Blinds, Plain and Ornamented, Li
nen and Lace Curtains, Gilt Cornice for Blinds, T
able Covers ana Floor Cloths.
A L S O,
Oakford's Hats always on hand, together with
Straw Goods, Bonnets, Shakers, Ribbons, Artifi
cials and Bonnet Trimmings,
A L S 0,
A very "arge assortment of Shoes and Boots for
men, women and children.
Queenswarc, Cedurware and Groceries;
, TONNES. & STEEL
CALL TIIE ATTENTION OF
, MECHANICS S BUILDERS
To their much enlarged stock of H; .leare Sad
dlery and Coa?li Trimmings.
Bellefonte, June G, -6i—tf.,
It OFF EE BROTHERS,
(Successors to G. W. Jackson,)
U AVE j ust, received a large and extensive
JLa Assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
WITH A LARGE STOCIC OP
QUEENSWARE, IIARD WARE.
FiSH AND SALT,
I B I*.l ST M-: If, Fix O U 11 ,
Their stock of Spring and Summ 0 * Ladies' fan
cy Dress Goods, cannot be excelled by any other
iiousa i Central Pennsylvania, and embraces ev
ery variety of stvic and ouaPiy. The
CLOTHS, CAS 3 DIE RES, VE3TING,
U ;1 LlCUfci- A N D MU-bLI N S.
are also very superior—while the supply of Gro
ceries, Teas. Coffees, Ac, is worthy of the atten
tion of the public and customer. opr 4, '6l:
" NOTICE ! NOTICE ! f~
ITABE pleasure in informing my friends, that
I hr.ve opened an offiee at
No. 13 North Fourth Street, Phil'a.,
where I will attend to the purchase and sale of
every description of Goods and Property eutru-t
--ed to my care.
My lons experience and thoaough knowledge
of the different branches of Trade, will enable me
to give abundant satisfaction to all my country
friends and others, who mas faxor ;ne with thf.ir
orders and consignments.
I. shall be constantly in the market, poatce of
all the styles and prices, and will give my friends
the benefit of my knowledge and experience.
I lecd n<A say to you that 1 shall be able to
purr-hare goods at lower prices, and on mire fa
vorable terms, than OHO who only occasionly vis
its the market.
Yip charges will always be reasonable and sat
I ma also agent for some of our principal Man
ufacturers. and have constantly on hand
GISGIIAMS, CHECKS, TABLE DIAPERS,
I,INDSKYS, AC.'., AC.
All Good.- consigned to me will be kept fally
N. B.—l will also give Legal, Commercial or
Private information, frie of charge.
The money should accompany all orders
for small parcels. Respectful!v Yours,
REFERCES: —.it L. Ilallowell & Co., Garret &
Maxlin, Shortridg?, Bro. A Co., 0. H. & George
Abbott. Weaver A Graham, Philadelphia.
E. C. ii-titicr. John Tonner, Beliiufontc.
Phil'a. Aug. l'J. lbfil —3m.
r ELIX ,R PROPYI AM|%
During the pa i year we have introduced to
the nctieo of the tncdic tl profession of this coun
try the Pure Cryatalized Chloride of Propylamine,
" a REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM ;
and having received from many sources, both
! from physicians of the highest standing and from
Most flatteries: Testimonials of its real
| value in the trsalment of this paintul and übsti
j nate disease, we are induced to present it to the
' public in a fbrnt READY FOR IMMEDIATE
USE, which we hope will commend itself to those
' who are suffering wilh the afflicting complaint,
and to the medical pr.vctitionor who may feeldis
' posed to test the powers of this valuablo remedy,
j ELIXIR PROPYLAMINE, in the form above
j spoken of, has recently been extensively cxperi
i mcßted with in the
md with MARKED SUCCESS (as will appear
from the published accounts in the medical jour
It is carefully p U t up ready for immcdi
te use, wilh full directions, and can be obtained
from all the druggists at 75 cents per bottle, and
J at wholesale of
BULLOCK k CRENSIIA-sy
Druggists aud Manufacturing Chemist, (
| June 13,'61. —ly.] Philadelphia.
HUGH B. BFtISOEN,
EXTRA LIQUOR COLORING,
N. 11'. Cor. Third. <£.- Poplar itreete,
! Terms Cash.] Philadelphia.
I Oct. 3/1860,— 1y.
CAME to the residence of tho subscriber in
Spring Township, about the first of June a
lied Heifer, wfth some white spots, a notch in the
right ear, about two years old. The cwner is
requested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take her away, otherwise, she will
be sold according to law.
Aug. 13th 1861;
EM. BLANCH ARD- ATTORNEY
, -AT-LAW, BELKBONTE, PENN A. Office
| formrly occupied by the Hon. James Burnside.
Jan. 10, '60.-tf.
THE ONLY PREPARATION
STOOD THE TEST FOR Y£ARS,
And grows more and more popular every
AND testimonials, now, and almost without
number, might be given from laiiies and gen
tlemen in all grades of society, whose united tes
timony none could resist, that Prof. Wood's Hair
Restorative will restore the bald ai. l gray, and
preserve the hair of the youth to oid age, in all
its youthful beauty.
Battle Creek, Mich., Dec. 21st, 1358.
PROF. WOOD : —Thee wilt please accept a line to
inform thee that the hair on my head ■all fell off
over tweDty years ago, caused by a complicated
chronic disease, attended with an eruption on the
bead. A continual course of suffering through
life having reduced me to a state of dependence,
I have not been able to obtain stuff for caps,
neither have I been able to do them up. in con'e
quencc of whicli my bead has suffered extr-imely
from cold. This induced me to pay Briggs A
Hodges almost the last ce. t I had on earth tor a
two dollar bottle of thy Hair Restorative about
th# first of August last. I have faithfully follow
ed tho directions and the bald spot is now covered
with hair thick and black, though short, it is also .
coming in all over my head. Feeling confident
tl at another large bottle would restore it entirely
and permanently, I feel anxious to persevere in ;
its use, and being destitute of means te purchase
any more, I would ask thee if thee wouldst not he
willing to send me an order on thine agents or a
bottle, and receive to thyself the scripture decla
ration —" tiie roward i- to those that aie kind to
the widow and the fatherless."
Tliy friend, SUSANNA 11 KIRBY.
J.igonier, Noble Co., Ind., Feb. sth, ISSO. i
PROF. O. J. WOOD: Dear Sir:—ln the latter
part cf the year 18;t2, while attending the Matt
and National Law t-chool of the State of New
J'erk. ray hair, from a cause unknown to me, com
menced falling off very rapidly, so that iu the
short space of six months, the whole upper part of
my scalp was almost ntirely bereft of it- Fever
ing, an i much of the remaining portion upon the
side and back part of my. head shoit'y alter bp- j
came gray, so that youv iil not be snrpri-td when
I tell you that upon my return to the State of In- ;
diario, my more casual nequ in Lances were not so
mucb at a loss *o discover the cans* of the change
in my appearance, ns my more intimate acquain
ces were to recognize me at all.
I at once made application to the rmst skillful |
physicians in the country, but, receiving no as
surance from them that my heir could again 1 e
re.-torcd. I was forced to become reconciled t" my
fate, until, fortunately, in tho latter part of t' c
year 1857, your Restorative was recommended to
tue by a druggist, ns being thv must reliable Hair :
Restorative in use. 1 tried one bottle, and found :
to my great satisfaction that It was producing the |
desired effect. Since that time, I have used seven 1
dollars' worth of your Restorative and a- a re
sult, have a rich coat of vesy soft black h.nr,
which no money can buy.
Asa mark of n.y gratitude for your labor and ,
skill in the production of so wonderful an artic' ;,
I have recommended its u e to tinny of my friends ;
and acquaintances, who, I am happy to inform !
you, are using it with like effect. Very respect
fully, yours, A. M. L.4TTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, -It i Broadway, and sqld by ail dealers :
throughou he world.
The Ro orative is put up in Bottles of three j
size , viz . large, medium, and small; tho small •
holds \ a pint, and retails for one dollar per hot- |
tie; the medium holds at least twenty per cant,
more in proportion than the small, retails for two
dollars a bottle ; the large holds ft quart. 4!) per
cent, more in propoition and retails for three dol
lars a bottle.
0. J. WOOD k CO., Proprietors, 411 Broad- j
way, New York, and 114 Market Street, St. Louis. [
And sold by all good Druggists and Fancy ■
Goods Dealers. [July IS, '6l* ly-
XEW FIR JITNE WGGODg!
WILSON & TATE.
HAVING OPENED A NEW STORE AT TUE
FARM SCHOOL, CENTRE CO., PA.,
INVITE the attention of tho people of that vi
cinity to their large and well sclented stock o.
SPRING <('; SUMMER GOODS.
which they are now opening and ready to wait
upon purt ita "rs with the largest and best selec
tion ever offered to la's community.
5 hey desire to ■ particular attention to their
great variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS, con
sisting iu part of Citaiiias, Lawns, all wool De-
Lains. of d'ferent colors, Baroges, Dress Silks,
Mantil'as 'i .ssucs, &c. The above goods were se
lec<t with great care expressly to suit the taste
a, the ladies. In addition to the above, are offer
ed a general assortment of Ilosiory and Goves,
Collars. Unrlersleeves, Dress trimmintrs. k a
CLOTHS & CASSIMEUES,
of ait colors ami styles at very low prices, togeth
er with one of the largest ana best stocks ol
Ready -Made Clothing,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, L;t4ies* Straw-
Bonnets of the latest fashion; also, shaker Bon
nets for wives and children.
Builders will find it to tfeehradvantage in call
ing to select their Hardware, as our assortment is
large and complete : also, Mattresses.
Mackerel, Herring, Cod Fish and salt Sugars
Teas, Molasses from tho cheapest to the best,
which cannot be surpas.-ed in quality. Persons
desiring to purchase goods of any kind wiil find t
to their advantage to call before purchasing else
where, as we fake p&uisure in showing our goods
and think we can ruit them both as to price and
quality, and are determined to soil c: the very
lowest cash prices
kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change for goods-
F. S. WILSON.
June, Ifit'a '6l, 6m GEO. AV. 'l'AfE.
WM. S. TRIPPLE, ~
I&E crciian e "jJzk I lor,
N. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND.
r pHE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens
I of B-yilelotite. and vicinity that he has just re
turned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of
SPRING AND SCMMKK GOODS,
which he is now opening at bis old stand, one
door east of the Post Office. His stock
consists in part of
and Brown, . reneh
Cloths, Silk Jf'xed Coat
ing, Cashmere ana -Vbile Duck for
COATS; Black Doeskin' ,d Fancy Summer
Cassimeres, and L " n Drills for
PANTS; Black I -.tin, Fi
gured Silks, ind •
FIGURED MAHSArLLES BDR TESTINGS,
which he will nuke up to order in styles to suit
the tastes ot customers, on short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms.
Goods lurnisbod bv cus
tomers will be made up to
order as heretofore. As
he will employ none but experi
enced workmen, persons mav rely on get
ti their work well done at his establishment
Thankful for the patronage heretofore be
f .wed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of
te same. WM. S. TRIPPLE.
Rehefnnte, Mar 12 fil-21-tf.
GBKEN'S DRUG~ AND VARIETY TUBE.
JNorth-Last Corner oi the SJtatnoiid,
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully in
- form his patrons and the public generally
that he has just returned from Eastern Markets
where he has purchased and is now selling the
largest and be t assortment of DRUGS. MEDI
CINES, FANCY ARTICLES, <to., ever brought
to this conn try. He has constantly on hand al
the approved PATENT MEDICINES of the day.
FLUID, PINE OIL, COAL OIL, LINSEED OIL,
PAINTS, VARNISH, Ac.,
together with a large assortment of the TOBAC
CO Jt SEGARB, of the best brands.
COAL OIL k FLUID LAMPS, HAIR. TOOTH,
NAIL, CLOTHES, k PAINT BRUSHES,
PERFUMERY <fc HAIR OILS.
Also, a fine assortment of Plain and Fancy
CONFECTIONERY, RAISINS. NUTS. &.C., &.C.,
TOYS of every description, also
Prescriptions and lamiiy recaps caretully and
I promptly filled.
Thankful for the patronage he has received du
ring the last four years, he solicits a continuance
of the sam, and from the experienco he has had
he feels confident of giving satisfaction.
Nov. 15, 1860.—tf,] FRANK P, GREEN.
FOR PURIFYING TEE BLOOD.
Anil for the speedy cure of the following complaints: !
Scrofula and Scrofulous Affect ions,suck i
a& Tumors, Ulcers, Sores, Eruptions, I
Pimples, Pustules, iioiis,
ClaiMS, and all hritiii Diseases.
OAKLAND, I ml., Oth June, 1859.
J. C. AY::R fc Co. Gents: 1 feel it my duty to so*
knowledge what your Sarsaparilla has done for me. I
Having inherited a Scrofulous infection, 1 have suffered
from it in varfciis ways for years. Sometimes it burst :
out in Ulcers OL my lmuds and arms; sometimes it I
turned Imnfrd artil distressed me at the stomach. Two
years ago it broke out oil my head and covered my scalp i
and ears with one sore, which was painful and loathsome j
beyond description. J tried many medicines and several
physicians, but without much relief from any thing, in 1
fiirt, the disorder grew vtorsc. At length I was rejoiced
to lead i.i the Gospel Messenger that you had prepared j
an alterative (Sarsaparilla), i r 1 knew from your ivputa- ;
lion that any thiirg you mad • must, bp good. 1 sent to
Cincinnati and got if, and used it till it cured me. I took !
it, as yon atlviao, in small doses of a <rv< r;•
ni nth. and used almost three bottles. New an 1 healthy- 1
ekin soon began to form under Hie scab, which after a
whi 1 3 fell off, My skin is now clear, and 1 know by my ;
fe'elirigs tlait the'disease has gone from my system. * You j
can wet. believe that 1 gel what J an* saying w hen T Ml i
you, that I hold you to bg one of the avostles gftlio ago, I
and reiuaiu ever gratefully. Yours,
ALFRED B. TALLEY. |
St. Anthony's Five. Rose or Erysipelas, j
Tetter antl Salt Khciim, Scald Head,
11 iit g worm, Sore Eyes, Dropsy.
Dr. Robert M. Preble writes from Salem. N. Y.. 12th
Sept., 1859, that ho has cured an inveterate case of
Dropsy, which threatened to terminate fatally, by the
persevering use of our Sarsaparilla, and also a dangerous
Malignant Erysipelas by huge doses of the same; tsuya |
h6 cures the* common I'raptCrms by it constantly.
BroTirbocele, Goitre or Swelled Yeck,
Zebu lon Sloan of Prospect, Texas, writes : k * Three hot- J
ties of your Sarsaparilla cured me from a — a hid
eous swelling on the neck, which 1 had buttered from J
over two years."
Lencorrlnra or Wliilea,Ovnrfan Tnmor,
Uterine Ulceration, Female Diseases. |
Dr. J. 11. S. Changing, of New York City, writes ; " I
raost cheerfully comply with the request of your agent in
saving I have found your Sarsaparilla a most excellent
alterative in the numerous complaints for which wt
employ such a remedy, but especially in Female Viteaaei
of the Scrofulous diathesis. I have cured many inveter
ate. cases of Lencnrrboea by it, andscfjue where the couv
plaint was caused hj wide* ration of the uterus. The ulcer
at ion itself was soon cured. Nothing within my kuowl
edge equals it f r these female derangements."
j.ihvard S. Marrow, of Newbury, Ala., writes, " A dan
geroiis nv.m'un t'ua< r on one of the females in my family,
wliMi had defied all the remedies we could employ, bai
at length been com lately cured by your Extract of Sar
pupai ilia. Our physician tie night nothing hut- extirpa
te n could afford relief, hut he advised 1 lie trial of you,
Sarsaparilla as the last resort before cutting; and it
proved effectual. After takiugymr remedy eight weeks
no symptom of the disease remains."
Syphilis and Mercurial Disease.
New Ort.f.ws, 25th August,
Dn. J. C. ATFR: Sir, I cheerfully comply with tlio re
quest of your agent, and report to you some of the eftweta
I havw leaf:/. 1 with your SIINIIpari 11a.
I have - cured with if, in my practice, most of ti.e com
plaints for which'it is recnmmended, and have found its
eff cts truly wonderful in die cure of Ymernd and Mer
curial (Vjm ,f my patients had Syphilitic ulcers
In liia throat, which v era consuming his palate and the
top of itis mouth. Your Sarsaparilla, steadily taken,
cured him in live weeks. Another was attacked by sec
ondary symptoms in his tiosc, ami the ulceration lmd
eaten away a eoiisid'-niblo part of it, so that 1 believe the
disorder would soon reach his brain and kill him. But. it
yielded to my miministrutiou of your h'arnapari 11c; the
tiicers healed. amMie is well again, not of course without
some disfiguration to his face. A woman who had been
treated for the same dtsonW by niemiry wax suffering
from this poison in her hones. They had become so sen
sitive to the wval her that on a damp day she suffered ex
cruciating pain in her joints and bones. She, too, was
cured 'entirely by your barsaparilla in a few weeks. I
know from its formula, which your agent gave me, that
this Preparation from your laboratory must he a great
remedy; consequently, these truly remarkable results
with it have not surprised uie.
Fraternally yours, G. Y. LARIMER, M. P.
Xilieumnti&m, Gout, Liver Complaint*
JNDEPENDENCti, Preston Co., Yn., €th July, 1859.
Dr. J. C. A via: .Sir, 1 have been afflicted with a pain
ful chronic liheinnatism for a long time, which battled the
skill of physicians, and stuck to me in spite of all the
remedies! could find, until 1 tried yourSnnatparilia. One
bottle cured lue in two weeks, and restored my general
health so much that 1 am far better than before I was
attacked. 1 think it a woi;derhil medicine. J FKKAM.
Jules Y. GetchelJ. of St. Louis, writes; "J have been
afflicted for year* with an off'rctinn nf 'the. J.iver, which
destroyed my health. I tried every thing, and every thing
failed to relieve me; and J have been a broken-down man
for some years fiAm po other cause than derangement of
the Liver. My beloved pastor, the Rev. Mr. Espy, advised
mo to try your Sarsaparilla, because lie said he knew you,
and any thing you made was worth trying. By the bless
ing of God it lias cured me, and has so purified my Mood
as to make a new man of me. 1 teel young again. The
best that can be "fstid of you is not half good enough."
ScliirriisJancrr Tumors, Enlnrgrment,
Ulceration, Caries auu Exfoliation of
A great variety of cases have been reported to ns where
cures of these formidable complaints have resulted from
the use of this remedy, but our space here will not admit
them.' Some of them may le found' in our American
Almanac, which the agents below unwed are pleased to
furnish gratis to all who call for them.
Dyspepsls. Heart Disease, Fits, Epilep
sy, Melancholy, Neuralgia
Many remarkable cures of these affections have been
xqade by the alterattv< power of this medicine. It stimu
lates'the vital functions into vigorous action, and thus
overcomes disorders which would he supposed beyond its
reach. Such a remedy has long been required ly the ne
cessities of the people : and we are confident that this will
do for them all that medicine can do.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
DOTt THE RAPID CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Infiucnxa,
Croup, Itrottthit is. Incipient Con
sumption, and for flit* Relief ,
of Consumptive Patients f
in advanced Stages
of the Disease*
This 13 a remedy ► universally kuown to surpass any
other for the. core of throat and lung complaints, that it
is useless h ;e t publish the evidence of its virtues. Jts
unrivalled excellence for coughs and colds, and its truly
wonderful Cwes of pulmonary disease, have made it
known throiv/bout ti*e civilized rations of the earth,
i ew are the c iimiiin'illts. or even families, among them
who have not some persona) experieuco of its effects
some living trophy in their midst of its victory over the
subtle and dangerous disorders of the throat and lungs.
As all know the dreadful fatality of these disorders, and
as they know, too. the? effects < f this remedy, we nr-ed not
do more than to assure them that it has now all the vir
tues that it did have when making the mres which have
won so strongly upon the confidence of mankind.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYER £ ■ CO., Lowell, Mass-
Sold bv J. Harris A Co., Bcllefonte; J. Ring
Unionville ; R. I). Cummings, Port Matilda: Ee
bler & Co., Srormxto.wn ; IT'. Fr.-ter, Millheiiii ;
1). 0. Bower, ami Gross, & Yeariek, Aaronsburg ;
C. d. Rvraan, Mile.iburg aril by one tr der in
every village in the cuuutry. [Jan. 10. *61.-ly.
ATT K X TION CO 31P A XT!
IOK u A Ki> .M Alan !
10 A. STERNB ERG £ CD'S CHEAP CLOTH
in .he Diamond, end get a suit of Spring and
Summer cl,-tiling at Reduced Prices.
' Hang the bn nncr on the outer wall,
"That the people may know where to call.
A. STERNBBERG A CO. is 'he place to buy
all kin, sol Mens' and Boys' clothing cheaper
thap at at other establishment in this vicinity.
THE WAR MOVEMEN is driving numbers
for Clothing, Hats, Cap> and lurni-'hing Goods to
A. SIEUNBhKG <fc Co.
NEW GCOD> received every week, and sol
cheaper than ever ai
A. STERNBERG £ Co,
Bollefonte Jnne 20.
A WORD TO THE PbiiLlH.
Whereas the Spring
Creek Woolen Manufactory, during the present
season, has been patronized to the lull extent of
ts producing abilities, and in anticipation of a
stili grtater patronage the coming season, the
proprietors have been induced to add more new
machinery of the very latest improvements. This
machinery will facilitate our 1 perations 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
men , that will add all things thereto. From the
facts here n set forth we confidently believe that
wool growers and all other good peojle can now
deal with us very • uch to their own advantage.--
While there are many thiols alike in business of
this kind, there is also n.uch 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.
Bencer twp., June 12, '6O, tf.
J. J. LINGLE, Operative
and Mechanical Dentist, will prac-
I tice all the various branches of his
profession in the most approved manner. Office
and residence on Spring St-Bellofonte' Pa.
[Mar. £.'6o. tf.
\<£ fl PEAT.FRS IN '
' "jM:I.. in J" ,
J the citizens of (•' litre count;- t- tl.n; h..ve
in the Room formerly occupied v Wit.-ih & Bro.
on fbe Nortb wc t con -r of the Diamond. They
have selected their stock wlt'i'u r at care, and .are j
prepared to sell goods from ,Vtv to one hundred I
per pent lower than can be hi i at any oilier place '
The ladies are partica lariy cited to call and ■
examine their assortment of cutlery. They ear- j
nestly solicit a ilberal portion of the public pa j
tronage. and will take every pa' is to please.
They have constantly on lu.nd c variety of
POCKET AND TAB I U CUTLERY,
Riffles, Shot Guns, and L< cks of every descrip
CROSS CUT, MILL ANP CIRCULAR SAWS,
And all vntrictfes of
HAND RACE, SUAFTIS'C AND DARNEL
Broad, Hand and chopping Ax r s. Bm -l.ers claav
er ami choppers.
DRAWING KNIVES. HAMMERS IIATCII-
F.TCHISLKS. and AIGIES.
HAY, MAN U A'F.
AND SPREADING tfOBK^.
EDGE TOOLS OF EVERY I)E- CIII/'TIOS. <
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE.
TAINT AND DUSTING BRUSHES, ;
NAILS, PAIN IS, OIL. GLASS & IT I. V, |
COAL OIL ANl> '■ t.LL S.
SADDLER T HARD WARE
' OA ON TRIMMINGS.
Also, COFFIN FIXIURES,
A d everything that is generally kept in a well
regulated Haruware Store. Terms Ca.-b.
BAN IRK.-tScR A CRIST.
Bellefcnto., anril 20, 'tjO.—y.
NEW m splendid SIOQF"
WARRANTED to be just what we rep-esent
them. We have the vory best which we
warrant, .and lower grades in alt their varieties.
CALL AND EXAMINE
OUR STOCK A NT)
SEE FOR YO'IRSEL
Leather of sIJ Dcs-criptioas.
BELTING kept for Machinery. Any size
have not got I can get in a weeks time. Sold a
A LARGE STOCK OF SHOE FIN DIGS
DEFY COMPETITION IN HATS.
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Saddlery, Saddles, Bridles,
Halters, Cart Gears, Cart
Saddles, Harness Collars,
Harness Lines, and every
article made aad kept by
W4 TAR PROOF ROO TS,
D O URI. ESOUL ED WAR RANTED,
COPPER TIP EI) ROOTS AND SHOES
FOR OIIFL DREN.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BUFFALO ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS,
SLEIGH BELLS, FOX TRAPS. ,to.
Higest market fir me paid for HIDES, SKINS <f
ALL KIND.S OF FURS,
Come and examine our stork. We will show it
with pleasure, and satisfy you it is
THE PLACE to get good
Boots and Shoes,
and such articles in our lino
At Burnside's we study to please t give sat
#3!- Please accept our thanks for avors.
Beliefonte, May, 2nd '6O.
Life Insurance & Trust Company.
OFFICE. AMERICAN BUILDINGS,
WAT mil STS. E. corner of Fourth,
Inccrporated ISaO.—Chirier Perpetual.
Capital, £500,000 RAID up, £250,000.
ASS E 7'S, January 1. ISCl"
("jl T"ONEY on DKI OFIT with the Company nil
(LVI safely invested in Bonds, Mortgages, and
other first class securities, separate from and nut
included in the following items:)
First Mortgages, lital Estate, and
Ground Rents, amply secured. $!58,3!2 81
Loans of City of Philadelphia. Read
ing Railro'd First Jllortgiige B'nds,
State of Tennessee Bonds. Wyom
ing Canal First Mortgage Bonds,
Bank and other Stocks, end Loaus
on Call, sa'ured by ample collat
Bills rteeivrhl. on Mutual Policies. 21,217 15
Cash in hands of Agents, secured by
Bonds, 7.138 72
Cash on Hand and in Banks, 58,775 15
Present Value of Future Premiums
calculated to December 31, 186Q, 1,185.6-18 75
ALEXANDER WniLLDIN, President.
SAMUEL WORK, Vice President.
JOHN C. Sums, Secretary,
JOHN S. WILSON, Treasurer.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Alexander Whilldin, J. Edgar Thompson,
Samuel Work, John Anspach, Jr.,
John C Farr, Jonas Bowman,
John Ailtman, William J. Howard,
Samuel T. Bodino, R II Townsend, M. D.,
George Nugent, Albert C. Roberts.
H. H. Efdridge, [mar. 7,-'6l. —ly.
UP !UP :: UP I::
any way so that yon GET up to
A. STERNBERG & CO'S,
Chep Clothing fctore (above Liviogcton's Book
Store) in the Diamond, Beliefonte.
June 20, '6l.—tf.
New Store at Pleasant Gap.
iTHE subscriber would respectfully in
-L form the citizens of Cenre county that he
has just received and opened an entire new stock
ol fe 11 and winter goods consisting of
CLOTHING, DRY GOODS,
GROCEPIE'S, Ac. '
I also have on hanc s a good supply of
Boots A Shoes, llats 5 Caps, Fancy De
laines A Merinoes, Ladi >3 Furs, Hoods.-Scarfs,
Cloths, Fancy Ulo< s, Khives, Breast
Pins, Ac., le., Ac.,
all of which he will soil! s'ow and even lower
than cor be had Anywhere else.
J. M. CAMPBELL.
PieeawsL Oar. A :t. 18, 69. —tf.
NEW AND CHEAP
SOUTH SIDE OF THE DIAMOND,
Cits; branch of RcizccctciDcßrothcrs,l24
CfJorth'Thiri Street, Philadelphia.
TIIK endusignrd 1.e.-j ectfu'ly announce to
t to ii h I iim i- of Ccirtre county. and the
public in tct.ru , that Hey bare opened #t the
above na;.cd place, tit u est ex ten .-ire assort
READY-TJ IDE CUOTm> G,
be , ..i.: < 1 iii t v.. i.. lb. -. w ill
30 Per Gent Cheaper thrai the Cheapest.
' Onr f ck embracer a full arfd ccirrplete as-ort--
men of Fire Btaek Cloih Dicss and Fr< ck Coats,
CaSfitnere Business (.'oats Satinet, Tweed, -Tean,
Farmers' and Mechanics' Cessimere, Frock and
uck Coats, I'ea Jackets, Ac., Ac
0 VEIiCUA TS OF TINE CLOTH.
President arid Moscow Beavers, Seal and Lion
skin and Union Cnssimorvs, ribbed and plain.
I'ANTALOONS OF FINE CASSIMERE
and ]> esk'C l iaek Silk mixed, and other fancy
color of the latest, syl s, as well as Satinet and
union Cassimers : Pants of strong aiu substan
tial mater iol, for tbo farmer, laborer and mc
.1 -V ENDLESS VARIETY OF VE'JSS
such as Satin, Silk, and Si'k-finisbed
Grenadine, Valentin, JVJauultse, Casiimere; cloth
Satinet, Ac. •
A general assortment of Boy ' and Youths'
Clothing And Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Undershirts and Drawers, Knit Jack
ets, Fine White and Faney-bo torn Shirts, Collars,
Veekiies, Handkerchiefs, Stocks and cravats.
Socks and Gloi cs. Trunks. ValiceS, Carpctsbags,
Umbrellas, and, in Abort, everything usiaiiy
found in n well assorted store of this kind.
We also kewr a fine assortment of '
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS,
such as Pocket books Portinonpits, Pocket
knives and Razors, Combs, and Crushes, Wutch
hains, Keys and Guards, Finger-rings A Bren.-l
--p is, Violin and Guitar Strings, Pistols, Revolv
ers Percussion Caps, Spectacles, Spy Glasses.add
a gr<. t many other fancy and useful articles, too
numerous to descr ibc, all ol which we will sell at
the Lowest Cash Pri'es.
We invite every person in need of Clothing or
any ol the above mentioned articles, to favor us
with a call and examine our goods, and priced,
and we are confident tuat ve can give satisfaction,
and every person shall feel inclined to tell his
friends vhere Goods and Cheap Clothing can be
got. We are constantly receiving accessions to
our stock from RBIZEKSTLINB BRO'S., Philadel
phia, wi h whom we are connected, and shall al
ways be supplied with a good variety of all the ars
tides in u'ur lino, which will surpass in utylc, cut,
loorknitannhip and ch<'.n)H "Si,thuse of any other e
tablishuient iu this put of the country.
A. STERNBERG A CO
Beliefonte,. Oct. 4, 01 tf.
ANTI RHEUMATIC BAND.,
IS THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
RHEUMATISM, GOUT AND NEURALGIP,
AND A SURE CURE FOR
ALL MERCURIAL DISEASES.
IT is conveniently a ranged Band, containing*
medicated e nnpouud, to be worn around ins
ttaist, in habi's of living is required, and it en
tirely removes the disease from the system, wnh
out producing th injurious effects arising train
the use of powerful internal medicines wbbk
weaken and destroy the constitution, and give
temporary relief ODly. By this treatment, the
medicinal properties contained in the Band, imni-j
in contact with the blood and reaches the disc ■
es, through the pores of the skin, effecting in
every instance a perfect care, and restores ibo
parts afflicted to a healthy condition. This baud
is also a most powerful AllTl-MfiftcirßiAL agent,
and will entirely relieve the system from the jar
ntcioun effects of Mercury. Moderate case.- are
cured in a few days, and we are constantly receiv
ing testimonials of its efflcocy in aggravated cases
of long stanuing.
PittCß $2,90, to be had of Druggists generally,
or can be sent by mail or express, with full d ire'e
tions for use, to any part of the country, direct
from the Principal Office.
No. 409 BROADWAY, New York.
G. SMITH & Go., Sole Proprietors,
N. B--Descriptive Circulars Sent Free.
B©~ Agents Wanted Everywhere,°^s&
July 11, 'CI. ly.
PENNSYLVAjKTIA HOTEL ~
HAVING rented the above named Hotel,' the
undersigned waul i respectfully inform the
citizens of Centre county, and the traveling publift
generally, that he is prepared at all times to sup
ply those who may make bis house their Homo,
with good substantial Fare, and accommodations
equal, if not superior to many of the Oity 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 the most
will he found to comain an excellent assortment
of liquors of all kinds
HIS ROOMS AJTD BEDS
arc clean ami good, so that those who wisn to en*
joy them, may have nothing to do but to wrap the
mantle of their couch abou; thera, and He down
to pleasant dreams, and
is large and commodious and will be kept cur.-
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 great
credit to himself.
P. B. KEPnART. Prp.r.
) Geo. Livingston, at his well known
stand at (he North Eastern coruer of the Publig
square, Beliefonte, keeps constantly on hand a
large assortment of
MISCELLANEOUS, A Nil
Also a large variety of Blar.k Books and Station
ery of the very best quality. Mathematical in
He still has the Depository of the American
unday School Union, where any of their Hooks
Can be had at catalogue prices.
Books brought t order at a sn.nll advance ci
city prices. Jan. 5 '6O ly."
Persons in want of PAINTS, OILS, VA'R
NISHES, or anything of the kind, will ip>
Well to purchase them at the Drug Store of J. A I
HARRIS, Brockerhoff'a Row, Beliefonte. AGO.
DRUGS, MEDICU'KS, <
POCKET KNIVES, FANCT ARTICI.KV
and all the Patent Medicines made.
Surgeon's and Physician's Instrumcn '■
onnsta-tly on hand. Call and see them, nca i
opposil 5 the Conrad House.
January, 3rd 1861.
E. C. HUMES, JAS. T. r. < i
H. N. M'ALLISTER, A. Si Oi' liICS.
Interest paid on Special lleposit
HUMES, M'ALLISTEIi HALE & C 5 .
DEPOSITS received, Bills of exobang' ""
Notes Discounted, Collections mad . A
proceeds remitted promptly. Interest p i '
special deposits for Ninoty days, and uu-ler .-!•
months at tbo rate of four per cent, per : n •
For six months and upwards, at the r. t • !i
--per cent, per annum. Exchange on the l is c'
stnntly on han 1. January, 3rd.
fcr£U L. POTTER. M. T).
OFFICE on High street, (old office.) Jlolb un.
Pa. Will attend to professional nil's
heretofore, and respectfully offers his pyolas
( services his friends and the publio, " O