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WHEREAS, IN AND BY AN ACT OF
The General Assembly of the Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled an 'Act
relating to the elections of this Common
wealth" passed the 2nd day of July, A. D.
1839, it is the duty of the Sheriff of every
county within the Commonwealth to give
Public notice and to enumerate :—lst. The
officers to be elected. 2nd. Designate the
places at which the election is to be held.
I GEORGE ALEXANDER, High Sheriff ot
Centre, do hereby make known, and give
this publio notice to the electors of the said
oounty of Centre, that on the second Tues
day of October next, (being the Bth day of
the month) a General Election will be held
at the several election districts, established
by law in the said county of Centre, at
which time district and ciunty officers are
to be elected as follows, to wit :
One psTsm to represent this Senatorial
District in the Senate of this Commonwealth.
One person to represent the county of
Centre in the House of Representatives of
this Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
Two persons to fill the offices of Associate
Judges for the county of Centre.
One person to AT the office of Treasurer of
the county of Centre,
Gne perton to fill the office of Commission
er of the county of Centre.
One person to fill the office of Auditor of
the County of Centre.
In pursuanoe of said act I also berebj
make known ana give notice, that the place
of holding the aforesaid General election in
the several election districts within the said
connty of Centre, as follows to wit:
The electors of the county of Centre will
take notiee thaat the said General Election
will be held at the following places :
For the township of Haines, at the public
house of John Russel, in the town of Aa
For the twp. of Ilalfmoon at the School
House in Walkerville,
For the twp. of Taylor at the School House
near Hannah Furnace.
For the twp. of Miles at the School House
For the twp. of t otter at the House of Geo.
Otenkirk, Potters Fort.
For the twp, of Gregg at the touse of Gvo.
Foi the twp. Ferguson at the School Htuse
For the twp. of Harris at the school house
For the twp. of Patton at the house of Peter
For the Borough of Bjllefoote and Spring
twp at the Courthouse in said Borough.
For the twp. of Walker at the school house
For the twp, of Howard at the house of Mrs.
For the twp. of Rush at the School House in
For twp. of Si.owshoe ot the school house
near the bouse of Samual Asky.
For the twp. of Marion at the school house
For the Borough of Milesburg and Boggs tp ,
atthe school bouse in said Borough.
For the tw of Huston at the former place of
For the twp of Penn at the house of Wm. L
For the twp, of Liberty at the school house
For the twp. cf Y/ortb at the school house
in Port .Matilda.
For the twp, of Curtin at the school house
of 11 ilt. Mann.
For the Borough of Uuiotiville and Union
twp. iti the school house in said Borough.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.
" That except Justices of
the hold any office of profit
and tvust undSfnl Government of the Uni
ted States, or of this State, or of any city or
incorporated di triet, whether a commissioii
• d officer or agent, who is or shall be em
ployed under the Legislative. Executive or
Judiciary department of this Suite, or of
United Sta'es, oi of any city or incorporated
district ; and also that every member of
Congress and the State Legislature, and of
the Select or Common Council of any ci y,
or any Commissioners of any Incorporated
District, is by law incapable of holding or
exercising at the same time the office of
Judge, Inspector or Clerk of uny election of
this Commonwealth, and no Judge, Inspec
tor, or that no other officer of such election
shall be eligible m anyoffice then voted for."
And the said Act of assembly entitled an
"Act relating to the elections of this Com
monwealth," passed July the 2ud, 1839,
provides as follows, to wit:
That the Judges and Inspectors chosen
aforesaid, shall meet at their respective ph
ces appointed for holding the election in
their districts to which they respectively
belong, before 9 o'clock on the morning of
the 2nd Tuesday of October in each and
eyery year, and each gf the said Inspectors
shall appoint one Clerk, who shall be a '
qualified voter of said district."
In case the person who shall receive the
highest number of votes for inspector shall
not attend on the day of the election, then
the person who 6hall have received the sec
ond highess number of votes for Judge, at
the next preeeeding election^shall ast as In
spector in his place, and in case the Judge
shall not attend then the Inspector who has
nehieved the highest number of votes shall
appoint a Judge in his place ; and if any
vacancy coutinue in the board for the space
of an hour after the time fixed by law for
the opening of the election, tho qualified
voters of the township, ward or district
for which such officers shall have been elec
ted, present shall select one of their num
ber to fill such vacancy.
" It shall be the duty ef said Asssessors,
respectively to attend at the placess of hold
ing every ceneral special or township elec
tion, during the time the Baid election is
open, foa the purpose of giving information
to tLe Inspectors end Judges, when called
on, in relation to the rights of any person
assessed by tbem tj vote at such election,
or sueh other matter in relation to the as -
eessments of voters as the said inspectors
or judges, or either of them, shall from
time to time require."
" No person shall be permitted to vote
at any election as aforesed, othei than a
white freeman, of 21 y6ars or more, who
shall have resided in this State at least one
year and in the eleotion district where be of
fers to vote, at least ten days immediately
proceeding the election, and within two years
paid State or coanty tax, which shall have
been assessed at least ten days before the
election, but a citizen of the United States
who bad been previously a qualified voter
of this State, and removed therefrom and
returned, and who shall have resided in the
election district and paid taxes as aforesaid
shall be entitled to vote after residing in the
State six monshs, Provided. That the white
freemen oitizens of the United States, be
tween the ages of 21 and 22 years, and in
the district ten days as aforesaid, shall be
titled to vote, although they have not paid
"No person shall be entitled to vote
whose name is not contained in the taxable
inhabitants furnished by the commissioners
unless, first he produoe a receipt for the pay
ment within two years, of a State and coun
ty tax, assessed agreeably to the constitution
•r gives satisfactory evidence, either on his
oath or affirmation of another, that he has
paid suoh a tax ; or failure to procure a re
ceipt shall make oath of the payment there*
of or second, if he claims to be an elector
between the age of 21 and 22 years, he shall
depose an oath or affirmation, that be resided
in the State at least one year next before his
application and make such proof or his resi
dence in the district as is required by this
act, whereupon, the name ol the person as
admitted to vote, shall be inserted in the
alphabetical list by the Inspectors, and a
note made opposite thereto by writing the
word " tax," if he shall be permitted to vote
by reason of having paid a tax, or the word
" age," if he shall be admitted on account of
bis age; and in either case the reason of
such votes shall be called out to the clerks,
who shall make the like note in the list of
voters kept by them."
" In all case where the name of the per
son claiming to vote is not found in the list
furnished by the Commissioners and Assess
ors, or his right to vote whether found there
or not is objected to by one qualified citizen,
it shall be the duty of tho Inspectors to ex
amine such persons on oath as to his qualifi
cations, and it be claims to have resided
within the State one year or more, bis oath
shall ba sufficient proof thereof: but be shall
make proof by at least one competent witness
who shall be a qualified elector, that he has
resided within the district for more than ten
days next immediately preceding said elec
tion, and shall also himself swear to bis bona
fide residence, in pursuance of bis lawful call
ing, is within the district, and not for the
purpose of voting therein."
" If any person shall prevent or attepmt
or prevent, any officer of an election under
this act from holding such election, or use or
threaten any violence to any such office, or
shall interrupt or improperly interfere with
him in the execution of his duty, or block up
or attempt to block up the window or the
avenue to auy window where the satne may
be bolden, or shall riotously disturb the
peaee of such election, or shall use or prac
tice any intimidation, threaten force or vio
lence with the design to influence unduly, or
overpower auy elector, or to prevent him
from voting or 10 restrain the freedom of his
choice, such persons on conviction, shall be
lined any sum not exceeding five hundred
dollars, and be imprisioned any time not ex
ceeding twelve months, and if it shall be
swown to the court where the trial of such
offences shall be had that the person offending
was not a reeideut of the city, ward, district
or township where the offence was commit
ted, and not entitled to vote therein, then on
conviction, lie shall be sentenced to pay a
finu of not less than one hundred, nor more
than one thousand dollars and be imprision
ed not less than six months nor more than
'■ It any person or persons shall make any
bet or wager upon the result of any election
wbitiiin this Commonwealth, or shall offer
to make any such bet or wager either by
verbal proclamation thereof, or otherwise, be
or they shall forfeit and pay three times the
amount so bet or offered to be bet.
" If any person not by law qualified, shall
fraudulently vote at any election within this
Commonwealth, or being otherwise qualified,
shall vote out of his proper district, or any
person knowing the want of such qualifica
tion shall aid or procure such person to vote
the person or persons so offending, shall on
couvieti n be fined any sum not exceeding
two hundred dollars, and be imprisioned for
any term not -xoe.edmg three months.
"if ait) ■ -ol shall vote at more than one
eleetiou let or otherwise fraudulently
vote atiti .u de vor to the Inspector two tick
ets together, with tie intent to illegally vote,
or shall vote the same; or if any person shall
advise or procure annotber to do so, he or
they i-o offending, shall on Conviction be fin
ed in any sum not less than fifty nor more
taau five hundred dollars, arid be iniprision
ed for any term not less than three nor more
than twelve months.
" II any person not qual.fied to vote in
this Commonwealth agreeably to the law,
(excepting the sons if qualified citizens)
shali appear at any place of election fur the
purpose of issuing tickets, or of influencing
the citizens qualified to vote, he on
conviction forfeit and pay any such offer.ee,
Dd be imprisioned for any term not exceed
ing three months.
ELECTIONS BY MILITIA OR VOLUNTEERS IN ACT
74. Whenever any of the citizens of this
commonwealth qualified as here in before
drovide, shall be in any actual military ser
vice iri any detachment of the malicia or
corps of volunteers, under a requisition from
the president of the United States, or by the
authority of this commonwealth, on the day
of the general election, as aforesaid, such
citizens may exercise the right of suffrage at
such place as may be appointed by the com
manding officer ol tho troop or company to
which they shall respectively belong, as ful
ly as if (hey were present at the usual place
of election : Provided, That no member of
any such troop or qompauy, shall be permit
ted to voe at the place so appointed, if at
the time of such election he shall be within
ten mile- of the place at which he would be
t n itled to vote, if not in service as afore
75 The proceedings for conducting su;h
elections shall be, as far as practicable, in
ail resj ects the same as are herein directed in
the case of general elections, except that the
captain or commanding officer of eaeh com
pany or ro >p shall act a9 judge, and that the
first lieuteiant or officer second in cimmand
shall act as inspector at such election, so far
as shall relate to such company or tro ip ;
and ID case of the negleot or retusal of such
officers, or either of them to serve iD such
capacity, the officer or officers next in com
mand, in such company or troop, shall act
as judge or inspector as the caso may be.
76. The officer authorized to perform the
duties of judge, shall administer the proper
oath or affirmation to the officer who shall
act as inspector, and as soon as such officer
shall have been sworn or affirmed, he shall
administer the proper oath or affirmation to
the officer whose duty it shall be to act as
judge; and such officer acting as judge shall
appoint two persons to act as clerks, and
shall administer to them the proper oaths or
77. The several officers authorized to con
duct such election, shall take the like oaths
or affirmations shall have the like powers,
and they as well as other persons who may
attend, vute or offer to vote, at such eleotion,
shall be subject to the iike penalties and
restrinctions, as are declared or provided in
this act, in the case of elections by the citi
zens at their usual places of election.
78. Within three days after such election
the judges thereof shall respectively transmit
through the nearest post'o'ffice, a return there
of, together with the tickets, tally lists and
list of voters, to the prothonotary of the coun
ty in which such electors would have voted
if not in military service, and the said judges
shall transmit another return of such election
to the commanding officer of the regiment or
batallion, as the case may be, vtbo shall
make a general return under his band and
seal, of the voters of all the companies or
troops under his command, and shall trans
ra'.t the same through the nearest post office
to the secretary of the commonwealth.
79. It shall be the duty of the prothono
tary of the county, to whom such returns
shall he , t deliver to the return judges
of the v, a copy certified under
his hand :f the return of votes so
j transmits;i . him by the judges of the
election in the companies or troops afore
80. The return judges of the proper coun
ty or counties, iu whioh the volunteers or
mititia men aforesaid may have resided at
the time of being oalled into actual service as
TXXEI CE3WTRE J3EHHCOCH.AT 1
aforesaid, shall meet on the seoond Tuesday
in November next after the election. Any
when two or more counties are connected in
the election, the meeting of the judges from
each county's all be postponed in such case
i until the Friday following the said second
Tuesday in November.
81. The return judges so met, shall in
clude in their enumeration the votes so re
turned, and thereupon shall proceed in all
respects in the like manner as is provided in
this act, in cases where all the votes that
have been given of the usual place of elec
And the return judges of the respective
districts aforesaid, are hereby required to
meet at the Court Room, in Bellefonte, on
Friday next (October 11th) after the second
Tuesday in October next and then and there
after perform those things required by law.
Given under my band, at Bellefonte, this
29th day of August. 1861.
Rent. 13. '6l. Sheriff.
UNION SADDLE & HARNESSTMPORIUM.
Jeremiah Tolen & Co.
HAS FITTED UP TIIE
jffijEJ© on the Northwest corner of Alle-af£2A-
T ghenv and Bishop Streets, three doors
below the Iron Front, where, with increased bus
iness facilities," they are ready to accommodate
all who may give them a call.
They will have on hand a large assortment of
COLLARS. WHIH3, MARTINGALES, HORSE
COVERS, HALTARS, FLY-NETS, Ac.
and many other articles belonging to their busi
They will be thankful for a liberal share
of the public patronage, promising that" at al 1
tinie9 to render full satisfaction to their patrons.
Call in and examine for yourselves.
J. TOLEN & CO.
Bellefonte, Sept. 19, '6l—iy.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.—
-L*- - In the Orphans'
Court of Centre county. In the muter of the Guar
dianship account of Joseph M. Wilson, Guardian
of Enoch and George Hastings.
The Auditor appointed to hear and report upon
the exceptions th the account of Joseph M. Wil
son, Gurrdian of the estate of Enoch and George
Hastings, will meet all persons interested for the
purposes of hi 3 appointment, on Saturday, Octo
ber 19th, A. I>.. 1861, at 10 o'clock, A. M. of said
day, at his office in Bellefonte.
A. 0. FURST,
Sept. 19, '6l. 4t.] Auditor.
*' THE UNIOI^ r
Arch St., Above Third, Phil'a.
UPTON S. NEWCOMER, Proprietor.
rjVHIS HOTEL IS CENTRAL, CONVENIENT
X by Passenger Cars to all parts of the city,
and in every particular adapted to tbo comfort
aud wants of the business public. TERMS,
$1,50 per day. [Sept. 19, '6l. ly.
FANCY FURS, FANCY FURS.
flVf 718 Arch Street, be
tween 7th , and
(Late of 818 Market
/• t Importer A Manufac
liv MlWa -i- turer of, and Dealer
Mr! ! Hnnit" a " kinds of Fan
/cy Furs, for Ladies'
' =—jl—Having now manu
factured snd in store
my usual large and
beautiful assortment of all the various styles and
qualities of Furs, adapted to the ooming Fall and
Winter Seasons. I would respectfully invite an
examination of my stock and prices from those
intending to purchase, ~r,s lain enabled to offer
them very desiradle inducements.
All my Furs have been purchased for cash, and
niado by experienaed and competent hands, and
as the presenet monetary troubles render it neces
sary that I should dispose of my goods at very
small advance on cost.
1 am satisfied that it will he to the interests of
those who design purchasing, to give mo a call.
Recollect the name, number and street: —
Jobr. Fareira, (New Fur Store.) 71S Arch Street,
Phil'a. [Spt. 19, '6l. sm.
(Successors to G. W. Jackson,)
HAVE just received a large and extensive
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Hats and. Caps,
WITH A LARGE STOCK Oi 1
Q UEENSWARE, HARD WARE.
FISH AND SALT,
FJL.IS Tint, F£, O U It,
Their stock of Spring and Summer Ladies' fan
cy Dress Goods, cannot be excelled by any other
house i Central Pennsylvnuia, and embraces ev
ery variety of style and quality. The
CLOTHS; CASSI MERES, VESTING,
CALICOES AM) MUSLINS,
are also very superior—while the supply of Gro
ceries, Teas. Coffees, Ac, is worthy of the atten
tion of the public and customer. Apr 4. '6l;
STATE OF THE NATION!
THE VERY LATEST NEWS L
AT BARLOW'S NEW STORE,
At Stormstown Centre Co., Pa.
THE undersigned lias just returned from the
East with a good assortment ef the Latest
Styles of Goods, whioh, owing to the 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 rates will do well to call and examine for
themselves, before purchasing elsewhere, at the
New Store in Stormstown.
June 13, '6l,—tf.] A. R. BARLOW.
LEWISTOWN, PENN'A., Aug. 1, 1861.
HIS Excellency, the Governor of Pennsylva
nia, has tend red to me and I have accepted
the command of one of the ten Regiments of In
fantry recently required of this State by the Pres
ident. Each of the companies will be of the
maximum standard authorized by law, to wit; —
ODe Captain, one First Lieutenant, one Second
Lieutenant, one First Ssrgeant, four Sergeants,
eight Corporals, two Musicians, one Wagoner,
and 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. Hu
lings, Bellcfonte, Centre county.
WILLIAM N. IRWIN,
Col. Pa. Volunteers.
CAME to the residence of the subscriber in
Spring Township, about the first of June a
Red Heifer, wfth some white spots, a notch in the
right ear, about two years old. The owner is
requested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges and take her away, otherwise, she will
be sold according to law.
Aug. 13th 7861.
DEEDS BONDS, MORTGAGES, AND AR
TICLES OF AGREEMENT neatly and cor
rectly executed. Also, attention will be given to
the adjustment of Book Accounts, and accounts
f Adminstratior s and Executors prepared for filing,
office next door to the Post Office.
Oot., 18th, 'SB, WM. J. KEALSH.
Conner # Stoel,
The largest assortment Of goods ever before offered
for sale by them, 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, Barages, Barage-dclains, Detains, Cballi
delaine, Poplins, Lustres, Alpacas, Bombasines,
Lawns, Ginghams, Chintz, Brilliants, Challi Crape-
Marets, Tanjore Cloth, Robes and Traveling Dress
A large assortment of mourning goods.
Black Silk, Thibit Cashmere Crape and Stilla
Shawls, Mautillas, Cashmere Scarfs, and Shawl
Cloths, Caßsimers, Satinetts, Cashmeres, Kentuc
ky-Jeans, Drills, Ducks, Cottonados and
READY MIM CLOTHING
Ladies' and Gents' Hoisery, Gloves, Gauntlets and
Mitts, Ladies Collars and Under Sleeves, Laces
Oiled Window Blinds, Plain and Ornamented, Li
nen and Lace Curtains, Gilt Cornice for Blinds, T
able Covers and Floor Cloths.
Oakford's Hats alwa; on hand, together with
Straw Goods, Bonnets, Shakers, Ribbons, Artifi
cials and Bonnet Trimmings,
A L S 0,
A very 'arga assortment of Shoes and Boots for
men, women and children.
Queensware, Cedartvare and Groceries:
TONNER & STEEL
CALL THE ATTENTION OF
MECHANICS & BUILDERS
To their touch enlarged stock of Hardware Sad
dlery and Coach Trimmings.
Bellefonte, June 6, -61 —tf.,
NOTICE ! NOTICE ! !
ITABE pleasure in informing my friends, that
I have opened an office at
No. IS North For.rlh Street, Phil'a.,
where I will nttoud to the purchase and sale of
every description of Goods and Property entrust
ed to my care.
My long experience and thoaough knowledge
of the different branches of Trade, will enable mo
to give abundant satisfaction to all my oountry
friends and others, who inas faxor tne with thsir
orders and consignments.
I shall be constantly in the market, postce of
all the styles and price?, and will give my friends
the benefit of my knowledge and experience.
I reed not say to yen tbat I shall bo able to
purchaie goods at lower prices, and on more fa
vorable terms, than 080 who only oecasionly vis
its the market.
Mp charges will always be reasonable and sat
I am also agent for s me of cur principal Man
ufacturers. and have constantly on hand
GINGHAMS, CHECKS, TABLE DIAPERS,
LINDSEYS, &C., <fcC.
All Goods consigned to me will be kept fully
N. B.—l will also give Legal, Commercial or
Private information, free of charge.
The money should accompany all orders
for small parcels. Respectfully Yours,
REFERCBS: —.'if. L. Hailowell k Co., Garret k
Martin, Shortridge, Bro. k Co., C. H. k George
Abbott, Weaver k Graham, Philadelphia.
E C. Humes, John Tonuer, Belllefonte.
Phil'a. Aug. 19. lSfi—Jm.
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legally entitled thereto, will meet all persons in
terested therein, for the purposes of his appoint
ment on Saturday, Octoper sth, 1861, at 10 o'el'k
I A. M,, at his office in Bellefonte:
A. 0. FURST, Aud'r.
Sept. 5, '6l. 4t.
NEW AND CHFAP
NORTH SIDE OF THE DIAMOND,
City branch of Rcizensteine Brothers, 124
1 North Third Street, Philadelphia.
THE undersigned Respectfully announce to
t he inhabitants of Centre county, and toe
public in genera!, that they bav.e opened at the
above named place, the most extensive assort
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Foods, that has ever
been exhibited in this borough, which thev will
30 Per Cent. Cheaper than the Cheapest.
Our s eck embraces a full and complete assort
men* of Fine Black Cloth Dress and Frcck Coats,
Cassiinere Business Coats Satinet, Tweed, Jean,
Farmers' and Mechanics* Cassimcre, Frock and
back Coats, Pea Ac., Ac
O VERCOATS OF I INF CLOTH
Psn idnnt and Moscow Beavers, Seal and Lion
skir and Union Cassimerss, ribbed and plain.
PANTALOONS OF FINE CASSIMERE
and Besk* n > black Silk and other fancy
oolor of the latest, syl s, as well as Satinet and
union Cassimers ; Pants of strong and substan-
material, for the farmer, laborer and me
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF VEISS
such as Satin, Silk, and Silk-finished Velvets,
Grenadine, Valencia, Mattalese, Gassimere; cloth
A general assortment of Boy-' and Youths'
Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Undershirts aud Drawers, Knit Jack
ets, Fine White and Fancy-ho torn Shirts, Collars,
Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Stocks and cravats,
Sucks and Gloves, Trunks, Valiccs, Carpetsbags,
Umbrellas, and, in short, everything use ally
found in a well assorted store of this kind.
We a'so keep a fine assortment of
FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS.
such as Pocket books Porimonnies, Pocket
knivss and Razors, Combs, and Brushes, Watch
chains, Ifeys end Guards, Finger-rings A- Breaft
p 18, Violin and Guitar Strings, Pistols, Revolv
ers Percussion Caps, Spectacles, Spy Glasses.and
agri. t many other fancy and useful articles, too
numerous to describe, all of which we will sell at
tho Lowest Cash Prices.
We invite every person in need of Clothing or
any of the above mentioned articles, to favor us
with a call and examine our goods, and prices,
ami we are confident that we can give satisfaction,
and every person shall feel inclined to tell his
friends v here Goods and Cheap Clothing can be
got. We aro constantly receiving accessions to
our stoek from REIZENSTBINB Bno's., Philadel
phia, with whom we are connected, and shall al
ways be supplied with agood variety of all the ar
ticles in our line, which will surpass in style, cut,
workmanship and cheapness, those of any other es
tablishment iu this part of the country.
A. STERNBERG A CO.
Bellefonte,. Oct. 4, 6b- tf.
NEW FIRM & NEW LOOPS!
WILSON & TATE.
HAVING OPENED A NEW STORE AT THE
FARM SCHOOL, CENTRE CO., PA.,
INVITE the attention of tho people of that vi
cinity to their large and well selected stock o
SPRING w SUMMER GOODS.
which they are now opening and ready to wait
upon purchassrs with the largest and best selec
tion ever offered to this community.
They desirq to call particular attention to their
great variety.rff LADIES DRESS GOODS, con
sisting m Gbaßies, T.awifs, all wool De-
Lains, of different colors, Baroges, Dress Silks,
Mantilla? Tissues, Ac. The above goods were se
lectc with great care expressly to suit the taste
3. the ladies. In addition to the above, are offer
ed a general assortment of Hosiery and Goves,
Collars. Unriersleeves, Dress trimmings. Ae.
CLOTHS & CASSIMERES,
of all colors and styles at very tow prices, togeth
er with one of the largest ana best stocks of
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Straw
Bonnets of the latest fashion; also, Shaker Bon
nets for wives and children.
Builders will find it to their advantage in call
ing to select their Hardware, as our assortment is
large and complete : aiso, Mattresses.
Mackarel, Herring, Cod Fish aud salt. Sugars
Teas, Molasses from the cheapest to the best,
which cannot be surpassed in quality. Persous
desiring to purchase goods of any kind will tiad t
to their advantage to call before purchasing else
where, as we take pleasure in showiug our goods
and think we can suit them both as to price and
quality, and are determined to sell at the very
lowest cash prices
kinds of Country produce taken in ex
change for goods*
F. S. WILSON.
June, 19th *6l, 6m GEO. W. TATE.
WM. S. TRIPP L.E,
N. K. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND.
r PHE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens
X of Bellelonto, and vicinity that he has just re
turned frcir Philadelphia with a full assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which he is now opening at his old stand, one
door east of the Post Office. Ilis stock
consists in part of
and Brown, i rench
Cloths, Silk Mixed Coat
ing, Cashmere ana Duck for
COATS; Black Doeskin'.,d Fancy Summer
Cassrmcres, and Lit'-i u Drills for
PANTS; Black vtin, Fi
gured Silks, and
FIGURED MARSAILLES FOR VESTINGS,
which he will make up to order in styles to suit
the tastes of customers, on short notice,
and on the mostreasonable terms.
Goods furnished by cus
tomers will be made up to
order as heretofore. As
he will employ none but experi
enced workmen, persons may rely on get
ti' their work well done at his establishment
Thankful for the patronage heretofore be
f iwed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of
je same. WM. S. TRIPPLE.
Beliefonte, May 12 61—21—tf.
ATTENTION COMPANY! ~
TO A. STERNBERG A CO'S CHEAP CLOTH
in the Diamond, and get a suit of Spring and
Summer clothing at Reduced Prices.
Hang the banner on the outer wall,
"That the people may know where to call.
A. STERNBBERG A CO. is the place to buy
all kinds of Mens' and Boys' clothing cheaper
than at at other establishment in this-vicinity.
THE WAR MOVEMEN Fis driving numbers
for Clothing, Hats, Caps and furnishing Goods to
A. STERNBERG A Co.
NEW GOODS received every week, an d sol
cheaper than ever at
A. STERNBERG A Co,
Beliefonte Jnne 20.
Geo. Livingston, at his well known
stand at the North Eastern corner of the Public
square, Beliefonte, keeps constantly on hand a
large assortment of
Also a largo variety of Blank Books and Station
ery of the very best quality. Mathematical In
He still has the Depository of the American
nnday School Union, where any of their Books
can be had at catalogue prices.
Books brought t order at a small advance on
city prices Jan. 5 '6O ly.
NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK
WARRANTED to be just what we represent
them. We bave the very best which we
warrant, and lower grades in all their varieties.
CALL AND EXAMINE
OUR STOCK AND
SEE FOR YGTRSBL
Leader of ill Descriptions.
BELTING kept fur Machinery. Any sir.e
have not got I can get in a w.ecks time. Sold a
A LARGE STOCK OF SJTOE FIN DIGS
DEFY COMPETITION IN HATS,
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Saddlery, Saddles, Bridles,
Harttcs, Cart Gears, Cart
Saddles, Harness Collars,
Harness Linos, Bnd oicry
article made and kept by
WATAR PROOF ROOTS',
DOUBLE SOULED WARRANTED,
COPPER 'PIPED BOOTS AND SHOES
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
BUFFALO ROBES, HORSE BLANKETS,
SLEIGH BELLS, FOX'TRAPS. in.
Higest market price paid for HIDES, SKINS &
ALL KINDS OF FURS,
Come and examine our stork. Wo show it
with pleasure, and satisfy yau it is
THE PLACE to get good
Boots and Shoes,
and such articles in our lino
At Burnside's we study to please i . givo sat
%£&* Please accept our thanks for avurs.
kellol'onto, May, 2nd '6O.
'TTHE undersigned would respectfully inform
JL the citizens of Centre county that they have
in the Room formerly occupied by Wilson A Bro.
on the Northwest corner of the Diamond. Tiiey
have selected their stock with great care, and are
prepared to sell goods from fifty to one hundred
per eent lower than can be had at any other place.
The ladies are particularly invited to oall and
examine their assortment of cutlery.. They ear
nestly solicit a ilberal portion of the publio pa
tronage, and will take every pains to please.
They have constantly on hand a variety of
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY,
Riffles, Shot Guns, and Locks of every descrip
CROSS CUT, HILL AND CIRCULAR SAWS,
And all vatrieties of
HAND-LACK, GRAFTING AND PANNEL
Broad, Hand and chopping Axes. Butchers eleav
er- and choppers.
DRAWING KNIVES. HAMMERS, HATCH
ETS, CIIISLES. and ADZES.
AND SPREADING FORKS.
EDGE TOOLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CEDAR AND WILLOW AVARE,
PAINT AND DUSTING BRUSHES,
NAILS, PAINTS, OIL, GLASS & PUTi V,
COAL OIL AND LA HPS.
SADDLER Y HARD WARE
Also, COFFIN FIXTURES,
And everything that is generally kept in a well
regulated Hardware Store. Terms Cash.
BAXTRESSRR A CRIST.
Bellefonte, april 26, '6o,—y,
GREEN'S DRUG lA.ND VARIETY TORE,
North-East Corner of the Diamond,
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully in
form his pa irons 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, Ac., ever brought
to this country. He has constantly on hand al
the approved PATENT MEDICINES of the day.
FLUID, PINE OIL, COAL OIL, LINSEED OIL,
PAINT"*, VARNISH, Ac.,
together with a large assortment of the TOBAC
CO A SEGAR', of the best brands.
COAL OIL A FLUID LAMPS, HAIR, TOOTH,
NAIL, CLOTHES. A PAINT BRUSHES,
PERFUMERY A HAIR OILS.
Also, a fine assortment of Plain and Fancy
CONFECTIONERY, RAISINS, NUTS, &.C., &C.,
TOYS of every description, also
„ FANCY CHINA-WARE-
Prescriptions and larnily receips carelully and
Thankful for the patronage he has received du
ring the last four years, he solicits a continuance
of the sami, and from the experienco he has had
he feels confident of giving satisfaction.
Nov. 15, 18 60.-tf,] FRANK P, GREEN
___ up: up:: up:::
any way so that you get tip to
A. STERNBERG & CO'S
Chep Clothing Store (above Livingcton's Book
Store) in the Diamond, Bellefonte.
June 20, '6l.—tf.
HUGH B. BRISBEN,
EXTRA LIQ UOR COL ORING,
N. TF. Cor. Third <i Poplar streets,
Terms C "*/;) V kihtdelph a.
Oct. 3, ISUU,—Iy,
Persons in want of PAINTS, OILS, VAR
NISHES, or anything of the kind, will do
well to purchase them at the Drug Store of J. & J,
HARRIS, Brockerhoff's Row, Bellefonte. Also,
POCKET KNIVES, FANCT ARTICLES,
and all the Patent Medicines made,
jtar* Surgeon's and Physician's Instrument
onnstantly ou hand. Cdll and see them, nearly
opposite the Conrad House.
January, 3rd 1881.
¥l7" W BROWN- attorney - at
y\ . LAW BELLEFONTE, PENNA. Will attend to
all legal business entrusted to him, with prompt
ness. May, 5 '59
"They gq Right to the Spot.'*
INSTANT RELIEF! STOP YOUR.CQUGII !
PURIFY YOUR BREATH!
STRENGTHEN YOUR VOICE !
GOOD FOR CLERGYMEN,
GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR PUBLIC SPEAKERS*
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
GOOD FOR CONSUMPTIVES.
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS,.
LADIES ARE DELIGHTED WITH
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
CHILDREN CRY FOR
SPALDING'S XIIROAT CONFECTIONS,
They relieve a Coitgh insfcaatlj.
'lbfj clear the Tbaoat.
They give strength and volume to the yoicw.
They impart a delicious amora to the breath,,
They are delightful to the taste.
They are made of simpla herbs and cannot
barm any one.
I advise every one that has Cough or
Iluskv Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difi,
culty of the Throat, to get a package of
i throat Confections, they wiil relieve you i.
I st.mt'y, and ycu will agree with me th
; " they go right to the spot." You will fi
rhetn very useful and pleasant white Guv
ing or attending public meetings for stiihr
your Couy or aliayiDg your thirst. If I ■■
try one p ikage lam safe in say tog that yc.
will ever iftcrwards consider them indispeo
sable. Yon will find them at the Druggists
j and dealers in medicine.
TRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS,
My signature is on each pack'
All ot'iers are counterfeit.
A package will be sent h.\
prepaid on receipt of thin , ,
HENRY C. SPALDING,
No. 48 Cedar Street, New Yoi
By the use of the Pills the periodic attacks ef
Ntrvons or Si tk Headache may be prevented; and
if taken at the commencement of an attack imme
diate relief from pain and sickness will be obt in
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and
Headache to which female are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels, —removing
For Literary Hen, Stadents, Delicate Females,
and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valu
able as a Laxative, improving the apdetite, giving
tone and vigor to the,' digestive organs, and restor
ing tbo natural elasticity and strength of the
The CEPHILIC PILLS are the result of long
investigation andcarefully conducted experiments
having been in use many years, daring which time
they have prevented and relieved a vast amount
of pain and suffering from Headache, whether
originating in the nervous system or from a de
ranged state of the stomach.
They are entirely vegetable in their composi
tion, and may be taken at all times with perfect
safety without making any change (f diet, and
the absence of any iisagreeabl* taste renders it easy
to administer them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS !
The genuine have five signatures of Henry C
Spalding on each Box.
Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Med
A box will be seut by mail prepaid on receipt
PRICE 25 CENTS.
All ordrs shculd be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 Cedar Street, New-York.
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va.
Cephalio Pills accomplish the object for which
they were made, vi?.; Cure of headache in allitji
From the Examiner, Norfolk, Vrt.
They have been tested inmore than a thousai.
cases, with entire success.
A single bottle of Spalding Prepared <
will save ten times its coet annually.
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
SAVE THE PIECES !
G*V " A STITCH IN* TIMS. SAVES
! A? accidents will happen. cvttu in well ; .
ted families, it is very de-ifa iiu 6t> have
(•heap and (aihvcmeiit way 1;r repairing FUJI
lure, Tvs, Cro her . ,v ••
SPALDtNti'S RKhPARED GLUE
meets all such emergencies, and no tin.: •.v .
afford to bo without it. It is always ready,
tp to the sticking point.
" USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N B.—A Brush accompanies each Bo
Pnce, 25 cents. Address,
HENRY C. SPALDING,
No. 48 CEDAR Street, New York.
As certain unprincipled persons are attempting
to palm off on the unsuspecting public, imitations
of my PREPARED GLUE, I would caution all
: persons to examine before purchasing, and soa
j that the full name,
, | SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE,*j&>
■ , is on theoutside wrapper; all others areswinU
lingcounterfeits. [Nov. 22, 1860.1 y.