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614 &Oral Pros.
I,OIAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS.
Blank School Orders.
.._--a - We are prepared to furnish all School Ms
. Is in ( entre County, on shortno tire, with bean
ut ly printed and embellished School Orders, with
name of each Dit4riet printed in them, at reasona
ble rates. Call at the CENTRAL PRESS OE
To Business Men.
If you want to attract attention, and bring cus
tomers to your store or place of business, go to the
"Printing Office" of the CENTRAL PRESS, second
buildtng West of the Diamond, in the room for
merly occupied by Fred. Smith as a Cabinet shop,
and procure Cards, CireuNrs, Posters and Hand
bills where every description of Printing is execu
ted in a style of .unsurpassed neatness and cheap
ness. With abundant facilities and experience in
the use of them, there is no delay in this es
tablishment. Cards printed for Two dollars and a
half per Thousand, on a fas press.
PHRAYA. & ERIE RAILROAD.
(PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD CO., LESSEE.)
On and after Monday, May sth. 1562, TIME at
LOCK lIA:VEN STATION
will be as follows:
ARRIVES. - LE IVES ,EA sT.
Express .... 9.20, A • m. Express 6.50, p. M
Mail 7 2O, P. m. 111:111. 7.00, p. m
Accounri'll...6.3o, P. as. AeconinCn 0.50, p. m.
Bleeping Cars on Night Trains.
both ways between Williamsport and Baltimore,
and on the Pennsylvania Railroad between Har
risburg and Philadelphia.
On Mail Train in both directions a CAR GOES
THROUGH via Peinvlvania Railroad without
change between PHILADELPHIA and LOCK
To Out' Patrons.—We would
call the attention of a number
of our subscribers to the fact
that their subscriptions expired
on the sth of this month. We
are very much in need of mo
ney just now, as the expenses
of the office are very heavy.
- We must have money or some
thing that we can turn into
money ; from those of our sub
scribers who have not the cash
we will take almost any kind of
grain. • - Unless our delinquent.
subscribers, advertisers a n
jhose for whom we have done
tob work, pay the amounts
charged against them in our
books, voluntarily, we will have
to resort to other means of get
ting it. We think we have giv ell
plenty of time to all to pay up
and we hope that this notice
will receive a prompt response.
From this time forward our
terms for subscription, zt(lver
tising and job work, will be
strictly Ca sh hi advance or 110
aper will be sent, no adver
-ment inserted or no job
inbcr 26111, 1 53(3-).
—on Tuesday night - , the 231 inst.,
!re between Bellefonte and Beal;-
, the turnpike road, the fi)ilowing
'll.elief Orders :
payable to Mrs. J. Coble., $lO 00
" " Itez. Blair, IC 00
4 4 "
jao. 'Baird, .2 50
" " ALT , hatten, 3 00
" Jas. Gilbert, 5 00
" Gilbert, 3 00
" Wni. Allis , on, 300
" W. T. Brisbio 0 00
The finder will please leave them at this
cfT'e, or send them to George Boal,
CORRECTION.—In our JaFt is,ne We intert
ed the name of RoLt. flouter instead of
Ito Lt. Hinton in the list of won] ded in
Capt. Blair's company.
DEAD.--Capt. Grove, who VMS wounded
in the battle of South- Mountain, and had
his leg' amputated, has died from the effects
of the wound, was brought to Howard,
his residence, and interred.
BE ASSESSED.-All thoso who desire to
vote at the ensuing election, ought to see
that they were assessed ten days before
the election. The election will be held on
the 14th inst., so that to-morrow is the " last
IN almost every one of our exchanges we
see that one or more of the editors and " ty
pos " have taken their " shooting sticks "
and marched forth to " batter the forms" of
the rebels. The patriotism of the printers
is unmistakable. Three cheers for them.
LlNT:—Lint should be made by ravelling
from pieces of damask or linen cloth, cut
three or four inches square, this being the
most desirable. The uneven or short
threads should be kept by themselves;
they are .used as second quality. Scraped
lint is accepted, but used as third quality:
•- STRANGER IN --We have been grat
ified b 3 a call from Frederick Aver, Esq.,
the business man of the firm of J. C. Ayer
& Co., Lowell. A short acquaintance with
the gentleman convinces us that not the
Doctor's skill in compounding his medicines
is alone concerned in the immense con
sumptionof them ; but that it takes business
talent of no ordinary measure to pass them
around the world. Mr. Ayer, manifestly,
has these abilities, and the success of his
house shows that he uses them. —?!Memphis.
'""" 01016 (Tcnn.,) TV h
A " SELL."—On last Monday, just after
the militia company had returned home, we
observed quite a number of persons running
into Sternberg's Clothing Store, and, upon
asking what was the matter, was informed
that a "jolly sell " had been perpetrated
a countryman, it being nothing more
than the sale. of an entire suit of
thes at much less price than he
v bought the same articles at any
in town. Sternberg has just
new stock, which he is selling at
nit the times. Call and see for
SAMUEL A. BLACK,
Supt. Eastern Division
Hu AWAY.—On last Monday, a horse at
tached to a buggy, belonging to a man
named Johnson from Hecla Furnace, tied
in front of Harris's drug store, broke loose
and ran a short distance, breaking the bug
gy pretty badly and getting several bruises
and cuts on his legs and body. There was
no person hurt.
IMPORTANT NoiicE.—These in Pennsylva
nia who may have had friends or relatives
in the late battles in Maryland, and who
were kMel in these encounters, can receive
ahy intelligence concerning their remains,
place of burial, &c., by writing to Mr. Geo.
J. Showman, FaVax P. 0., Wa.shing'on
county, Md. Mr. Showman has kept a re
cord of a large number of soldiers whom he
buried, marking their graves, and in all
things preserving the facts relating tO their
identity, so that he might be able to give
any information in reference to their burial
which may be sought by their friends.
BOYS, Do You HEAR THAT ? —The young
ladies say that the young men must make
good use of their time now and consider
themselves of great consequence, for when
the wiar is over and the brave soldier boy
returns to his home, they intend to have
soldier beaux. They think the defenders
of the country will make the test defenders
of the fair. Some of the .ladies. say that
those men INho are so conscientious as to
take the oath not to defend their country,
would not defend their wives if attacked,
and therefore will not have anything to do
To LETTER- IS' RITER,S.—Any person direct
ing letters to soldiers in the army should
know that a simple and short direction is
all that is necessary, and is much more
likely to quickly reach its destination, All
that is necessary is the name of the person,
number or letter of his company, and the
number and State of his regiment. Num
bers of letters arc sent with the envelope
covered over with everything that is need
less and nothing essential, like the follow
ing actually copied from a letter received :
"Geo. F. Armoree, care Brig.-Gen. James
Nagles, commanding Ist Brigade, 2 , 1 Divi
sion, 9th Army corps, camp near Rapidan
river, 6 miles from Culpepper Court House,
Culpepper county, Virginia, Burnside's Di
Now, if instead of the above long, nonsen
sical address, he had written thus,—" Geo.
F. A 'lnures, Co. B, •128th Reg. Penna.,
Vols.,"—it would have gone direct to its
A DOLLAR THAT PAYS WELL.—One of the
best seasonable enterprises, now before the
public, is that of tire publisher of the Amer
ican Jyriculturist. 11,e has secured for his
subscribers fine - colore*, editions of two
splendid maps of localities f great interest.
One of these covering a spa of ten square
feat, shows the-entire State o irginia so
completely that every county, 1,114, city,
village, river, 'tropic, mountain, hill, and
.principal road . , is. readily found. It also
embraces the principal parts of Maryland
and Pennsylvania. The other map, cover
ing about 15 square feet, given all the
Southern or Slave States, including Missou
ri, Kentucky, Virginia, Maryland, Dela
ware, and all South of them. Though not
so minute as the map of Virginia, this shows
all the counties, principal towns, rivers,
etc., of the Southern States. Any person
subscribing now for the *plc/diarist, is
presented with a choice of the above two
maps. In'addition to this, every new sub
scriber for 1863, (Vol. 22,) receives the _Ag
riculturist for the rest of this year will/out
chary', We have long received the Agri
torts!, and can testify to its real merits.
Every number is well illustrated, and con-
tains a very large amount of really useful,
practical and reliable information for the
Farm, the G4rden, and the Household, in
cluding a very interesting department fn•
the little ones. No one can fail to get
many dollars worth of useful hints from a
volume of the *pia/Wrist, while the maps
now are so much extra. We have sent for
two copies of the paper so as to get both
maps. Sehd for the paper on our recom
mendation, or, if you prefer, send a:dime
for a single copy, and examine it for your
self. The address of the publisher is
ORANGE JUDD, 41 Park Low, New York.
MUSTER ROLL OF THE BELFFFONTE
Company F. 23d Regt. P. V. M
11. N. INFAllister, Attorney, Bellefonte,
Ist Daniel M'Ginley, Carpenter, "
2d J. B. Butts, Landlord, C 4
Se ''cants .
Ist. J. M. Armor, Farmer, Spring twp.
2d. W. S. 'Tipple, Tailor, Bellefonte.
3d. A, S. Valentine, Iron Master, Spring.
4th. Wm. McClellan, Tailor, Bellefonte,
sth. Delaune Gray, Attorney,
Ist. A Forseman, Mill Wright, Liberty.
21, Jno. Moran, Jeweller, Bellefonte,
3d. Wm. 11. Humes, Merchant,
4th. John P. Harris, Bankers Clerk, "
sth. Jno. C. Baxtresser, Merchant,
6th. Wm. Shortlidge, Book Keeper, Spring,
7th: Wm. 1 3 . Duncan, " Bellefonte,
Bth. 11. C, Crostwhaite, Bl'k Smith, "
Saml. 11. Cook, Printer, Bellefonte.
Charles Melride, Merchant, Bellefonte
Bing Wm. 11, Marble Cutter Bellefonte,
Cooke Jno. W, Merchant,
Durstine Wm. 11, Tailor,
Dowling. Edward, Laborer, 41
Dorris Thomas, Boatman, cc,
Eberhart Dan. W, Carpenter 44-
Furey Wm. P, Tailor,
Free Chas. 11, Bl'k Smith, cc
Grafliu S Win, Printer,
Green Frank P, Druggist,
Galbraith Wm, Laborer;
Gilliland E. J. Marble Cutter, "
Hoy Adam, Attorney,
Mina Frank, Baker,
Hoover N. M, Student,
Hastings Enoch, "
Haupt Allison, Tinner,
Hillibish Frank, Printer,
Henry John C, Tinner,
Harris Henry P, Cabinet Maker ; "
THE CIENTIA_E Plfli
Harris Jos. D, Druggist-,
Jackson Coo. W, Banker,
Kepheart Wm. W, Clerk,
Ku'rtz Thos. G, Student,
Lonberger J. S, Tinner,
Lonberger A. C, Painter,
McGuire Geo. 11, Marble Cutter,
Montgomery W. W, Tailor,
Stein Wm. J,
Savage It G. Cle. k, lt
Schrock Benjamin, Black Smith, f
Tate David K,
Turner Thos. M.
Thos. Jacob V, Lumber Merchant, "
Valentine Jacob 11, Farmer, if
Yeager henry C, Machinist,
Barnhart Demetries, Farmer Howarcr
Bland John, Laborer Spring
Brower J. M.
Bowers J. W.
Clark Wilson, Blacksmith Liberty
Cockier Geo. W. Laborer Howard
Dehass Edward, Laborer Beech creek
Delong Johnathan Liberty
Eckert Win. Forgeman Spring
Glenn Andrew, Farmer
Ilaupt Henry, 'Pinner,.
Haupt A llison 'Pinner Spring
Ifockenburg Simon, Engineer
Hall James, . Laborer Huward
limiter Henry C
Li ret Jat),
Leathers Jas. B, " Howard
McClanahan Wm. W, Partner, Boggs
McCoy Frank, Student,
Musser Theo. 1 1 , Farmer, Milesburg.
Miles Thomas, Roller, Howard
Morrison Andrew, Moulder, Spring.
Martin Peter, Shoe Maker, Liberty.
Norman Thomas, Miller, Spring.
Usmer Omer 0, Farmer, Benner:
Pletcher Saml, C, Carpenter, Liberty.
Purdue Thomas, Farmer. Benner.
Pletcher S. W, Carpenter, Howard.
Pletcher Reuben, Carpenter, Liberty,
Rowan George, Puddler, . Spring.
Savage Wm. B, Clerk, Boggs.
Shucy Andrew, Farmer, Benner.
Spangler Sarn'l K, Laborer, Liberty.
Schenck Irvin E, Farmer,
Schenck Sam'l P, C4rpenc:er, "
Schenck Dan') W, Farmer, Howard.
Thompson Joseph, Farmer Liberty
VllleLtine Evan M. Farmer Spring
Valentine Bond, Jr. Farmer Spring
Ward J. Moore Laborer Spring
Ward Philo Machinist Spring
Wilson Frank S. Merchant Harris
Weldin John M. Contractor Howard
N. B. All members of the Bellefonte
Guards, who received blankets and haver
sacks, are requested to return them to the
office of H. N. McAllister, that the commit
tee who have the matter in charge may
make such disposition of them as they may
deem expedient. Every member is request
ed to write his name upon apiece of paper
and pin * it to his blanket and also give his
name to M. Montgomery at McAllister's
A DESERVED CompLomENT.—At a meeting
of the Commissioned officers of the several
companies, composing tie 23d Regiment,
Penna. Volunteer Militia, held at the Head
quarters of Company.A. on Friday morning
Sept. 20th inst., Capt. Hughes of Co. E.
was called to the chair, and Capt. Wilson of
Co. C. appointed Secretary. On motion,
Captains Eldred, McAllister and 'McFarland
were appointed a committee to prepare, and
report resolutions, who proposed the follow
ing which being considered were unani
mously a dapted, viz :
Resolved. That the thanks of the officers,
non-commissioned officers and men, of the
companies comprising this command, are
hereby tendered to Col. NVe is din g,, f,r his_
promptness and efficiency as an officer, and
gentlemanly deportment as a citizen, and,
whilst we regret that our military associa
tion is to be so short it has nevertheless been
long enough to impress us with the utmost
confidence in his ability as an officer and a
leader, and should future occasion require
it, we shall be most fhappy to rally again
under his command.
Resolved, That we have the fullest confi
dence in Lieut. Col. Snyder, and deeply re
gret that the delicate state of his health has
in some degrees prevented hint from as
suming active duties with his regiment.
We trust that a perfect recovery will soon
enable bin] to add to the services he has al
ready rendered his country.
Resolved, That in Major Brady we recog
nize a worthy representative of the old fey
olutiOnary Brady stock. That our brief ac
quaintance has impressed us with his mer
its as an officer and citizen, and that he has
our thanks for the courteous manner in
which he has discharged his respective
John R. McFarland, Capt. Co. A. Geo. B
Bowers Ist Lieut. A. Vow•inskle 2d.
Wm. B. Marshall, Ist Lieut. acting Capt
Co. B, J. E. Coulter 2d.
David Wilson Capt. Co. C, J. A. Jacobs
Ist Lieut. S. B. Grossman 2d.
Wm. Burchfield, Capt. Co. D, Vrm W.
Mays Ist Lieut. A. Sample,.2d.
Win. R. Hughes, Capt. Co. E, Adam
George Ist Lieut. 11. 11. Pringle 2d.
11. N. McAllister, Capt. Co. F, Daniel
McGinley Ist Lieut. J. B. Butts 2d.
C. D. Eldred, C-apt. Co. G, WM. S. Bly
Ist Lieut. Wm. Vandyke 2d.
T. R. McComb, Capt. Co. lI,'J. Work, Ist
Lieut. J. B. hinds 2d.
S. S. Graighead; Capt. Co: - I, Alex. Haz
lett lst. Lieut. R. 1. Anderson 2d.
John Gibson, Ist Lieut. acting Capt. Co,
K, J. M. Ansley, 2d.
W. R. Humus, Pins
Attest—DAVlD WILSQN, Sect' y
GOLDEN W ORDS .—"Tr he ti me has come
when all divisions, all personal aims and
aspirations should be banished, so that
united we may all stand by the integrity of
We have news of an engagement with the
Sioux Indians, near Yellow Medicine.
About 30 Indians were killed, and a great
many were wounded. Our loss was five
killed and 34 wounded.
The credit for the inven t . of the hoop
belongs, it is said, to lunge Milliet, a
poor French peasant girl, Ns the idea
from hen coops. She paten nvention
and has become wealthy.
The men bear arms in war
bare theirs in peace.
1 The new Him fur
DSS: 1Z P_A_PER
TO THE REPUBLICANS
Of this Congressional District
A brief statement of the facts connected
with the announcement that Hon. James T.
hale is an Independant Union candidate for
Congress in this district, is due to all par-
No fact will to stated, not known to some
of the undersigned, with most of them we
all are conversant. The day previous to
the meeting of the democratic conference to
nominate a candidate for Congress, a prop
osition was made by men of that party of
the highest character and influence, that if
Mr. Hale would consent to be a candidate
without any party nominatioß it vas be
lieved the Democratic conferees could be in-
duced to make none, and thus all parties
wruld unite on one candidate and a real
union of the loyal people of the district up
on national questions
.would be secured.
This offer was submitted to leading repub-
licans who could be conveniently assem
bled, and it Was at once cordially and unan
imously assented to as a most desirable re
sult which the Reptalicans every where had
been most anxious to effect, and which they
believed to be of the very highest import
ance to the welfare and safety, if not the
very existence, of our Government.
Mr. Hale, who, as some of us at least
know, had positively declined to have his
name used in any way as a candidate, was
onsulted on the subject, and, upon a repre
sentation of the great service he could do
the country by allowing his name to be used,
The contingency oia refusal on the part
of the Republican candidates or conferees to
accede to the offer was suggested by the
gentlemen of the Democratic party then
present, Who said it would' not do to let
their conferees adjourn without making a
nomination if there would be any uncer
tainty about Mr. Hale being a candidate.
To this it was answered that the Republi
can party could not object, and would not,
as they had always professed, and we be
lieved truly that they ardently desired this
very thing, and that no man would be per
mitted to let his personal feelings or private
ambition stand in the way of so great a
public good as a union of all parties for the
sake of the Union would be. The confer
ence then ended. The Democratic con-
ferees, as is well known, met the next day
and adjourned sine die Without making any
nomination, thus performing their part in
good faith. A committee was immediate
ly selected to see Mr. Armstrong and the
Republican conferees and represent to them
the unanimous feeling of the Republicans
of this County in favor of making no nomi.
Accordingly two of the undersigned viz
George Boal and E. C. Ilurnes, visited Mr
Armstrong, at Lock Haven, by appointment
and proceeded to Williamsport, where
they met the Conferees and stated to them
what had been done in the matter, and
what the public feeling was among the Be
publicans here. The Conferees from this
county were also unanimous and earnest in
their-efforts to effect the object, and moved
and voted for an adjournment of one week,
in order that time might be given to satisfy
all doubts as to the genuineness and good
faith of the offer on the part of the Demo
crats. Suffice to say, that Mr. Armstrong
and his friends in the Conference refused to
accede to the proposal, and insisted upon a
party nomination, which he obtained.
Two questions then had to be met:
First—Was Mr. Hale bound in honor and
good faith to be a candidate, after the Demo
cratic Conference had adjourned without
making a nomination on the strength that
he would run as an Independent Union .
candidate, without any party nomination ?
Second—Would his running as an Inde
pendent Union candidate have a tendency
to strengthen the hands, and unite the feel
ings and efforts of true loyal Union men in
the district ?
After mature deliberation and consulta
tion, we felt bound to answer both questions
in the affirmative, and so advised Mr. Halo,
who, in accordance therewith, consented to
be a candidate. In all we have done in
this . matter we have had no motive whatev
er but the good of our'country. We be
lieved that no party organizatku or person
al ambition ought, for one moment, to
stand in the way of a Union movement such
as this. Our country, in this dark hour,
needs the - support of all her loyal sons, and
any effort which unites them in that sup
port deserves our hearty and earnest co-op
eration. It certainly was no good objection
to Mr. Hale that he had the good will of
the loyal Democrats of the District, while
we were certain he had also that of the Re
publicans who had unanimously en dorsed
him in their Convention but a few weeks
Wince. We could not ask or expect the
Democrats to vote for a man' obnoxiou ; to
them. If the situation was reversed we
could not do it, and we will not ask them to
do what, under the same circumstances, we
would not do ourselves.
Ile was the only man spoken of who
could unite the people, and we therefore be
lieved it to be his duty to be a candidate.
So far as we have been able to ascertain
the sentiment of . our party in this county,
we believe a large majority heartily endorse
all we have done. Respectfully, &c.,
EDWARD C. HUMES,
J. M. McCOY,
FOR THE PE
The followir,g is the number of men to be
drafted in the different counties, according
to the reports made to the Military Bureau,
Car bon . 132
Clarion . 108
Delaware . 295
Erie • 1,531
Lycom in g 466
Snyder , 624
Un ion 31
CENTRE, Philadelphia, Blair, Clinton,
Forest, Jefferson, Potter and Sullivan have
filled their quotas, and there are no reports
from Franklin, Luzerne, - and Somerset.
H IV F ., r„,
Official Report of the Late
Loss IN KILLED AND WOUNDED.
Rebel Loss nearly 20,000.
5,000 Prisoners Captured'
Large Number of Cannon and Colors_
NOT A SINGLE GUN OR
UNION COLOR LOST.
IMMENSE NUMBER OF ARMS CAPTURED
OFFICIAL REPORT OF GENERAL Mc-
WASHINGTOK, Sept. 30.
The following report of the
victory of Antietam has been
forwarded to the headquarters
of the army by Gen
NEAR SHARPSBURG,Sept 29th
-130 P. M.
To lligjor Gen. Halleek, General
in Chief, U. S. A.
GENERAL I have the honor
to report the following - as some
of the results of the battles of
South Mountain and Antietam
At South Mountain our loss
was—killed. 443 wounded,
I,Bo' missing, 76 total 1,325
At Antietam our loss was—
killed, 2,010 ; wounded, 9,416;
missing, 1,043 ; total, 12,469.
Loss in the two battles, 14,792.
The rebels in the two battles,
as near as can be assertained
from the number of their dead
found upon the field, and from
other data, will not fall short of
the following estimate :
Major Davis, Assistant In
spector General, who superin
tended the burial of the dead,
reports aiout 3,000 rebels bur
ied upon the field of Antietam
by our troops. Previous to this
however, the rebels had buried
many of their own dead upon
the distant portion of the battle
field, which they occupied after
the battle, probably at least 500.
The loss of the rebels at South
Mountain cannot be assertained .
with accuracy, but as our troops
continually drove them from
the commencement of the action
and as a greater number of their
dead were seen on the field than
of our own men, it is not unrea
sonable to suppose that their
loss was greater than ours. Es
timating their killed at 500 the
total rebel loss in the two battles
would be 4,000 according to the
rate of our own killed and
This would make their loss in
wounded 18,74:2, as nearly as
can be assertained at this time.
The number of prisoners tak
en by our troops in the two bat
tles will, at the lowest estimate
amount to 5,000. The full re
turns will no doubt show a large
number of these. 'About 1200
are wounded. This gives the
rebel loss in killed and,wounded
and prisoners at 25,542,
It - will be observed that this
does not include their stragglers
the number of whom is said by
citizens here, to be large. It
may be safety concluded, there
fore, the rebel army lost at least
30,000 of their best troops dur
ing their campaign in Mary
land-. From the time our troops
first encountered the enemy• in
Maryland, until he was driven
back into Virginia, we captured
13 guns, 7 caissons, 9 limbers,
39 colors, and 1 signal flag,
We have not lost a single
gun or color. •
On the baAtle field of Antie
tam, 14,000 small arms were
collected, besides the large num
ber carried off by citizens and
those distributed on the, grounds
to the recruits and other unarm
After the battle at South
Mountain, no collection of small
arms were made, owing to the
haste of the pursuit from that
point. 400 were taken on the
opposite side of the Potomac.
GEO. B. ArcLELLAx,
Major Gen,. Commanding.
ori Thursday, Sept. 18th, at Oak Hall, by Rev.
Robert Hamill, Mr. HartvEY H. YARNELL, to Miss
MARY JANE, daughter of Mr. Griffith Lytle, all
of _Harris township.
THE BELLEFONTE MARKET.
[Reported for the CE3ITRAL PRESS.]
BELLEFortr, Oct. 3, 1E62.
The following are the quotations up to 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon :
White Wheat, per bushel 50.95(i0 $l.lO
Red, " do $email@example.com
Corn, do 45
Oats, by weight, do 3O
Buckwheat, do .50
Clover Seed, do 4.25
Potatoes, do 50
Eggs, per dozen,... lO
Plaster, ground, per ton, 10 00
Hunsicher's Improved Clover Hullers man
factored and for sale at the Bellefonte Foundry.
tad to gi .nlisfaetion
Sept 30, '62. A HAT'T & CO.—
Notice is hereby given, that letters of
Administration have been granted to the under
signed,, on the estate or A.. Loeb, late of Bellefonte
deed. All persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate are requested to make immediate
settlement with the undersigned, and those having
claims against the same will present thom duly
authenticated for settlement.
F. kt M. Loeb,
Sept. 19. '62 Administrators.
I _IOIVAXD ASSOCIATION,
For tho Relief of the Sick anti DißtreBBed, af
flicted with Virulent and Chronic Dieenaes,
'and esp?eially for the Cure of. Diseases of th
I\lE. Dl ng S CAL e ADVICE given gratis, by the act
VALUAB LE P,EI'ORTS on Spermatorrha or
Seminal Weakness, and other Diseases of the
Sexual Organs, and on the NEW REMIDIES
employed in the Dispensary, sent to the afflicted
in sealed letter envelops, free of charge. Two or
three Stamps for postage will be acceptable.
Address, DR. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, A-t
-ing Surgeon, Howard Aszociation, No. 2 South
Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
F OR SALE OR RENT.
Ar y person Wishing to purchase or
rent a good and convenient dwelling Dowse can be
accommodated by calling , 6 on the undersigned at
any time before the lath day of October next.
B ellefonte Sept. 11, '62 ADAM .110. Y.
Will be exposed to sale by public out
cry.on the premises about three-fourths of a mile
Northwest of Eagleville, Liberty twp. Centre
SATURDAY the 27th of S/ptember, 1862.
The following described property to wit :
About ono hundred and forty-eight ,acres with al
lowance, two flame houses in Eagleville, Horses,
Cattle, Hogs, Grain by the bushel, Hay by the
ton, one two-horse wagon, one one-horse wagon,
Cupboards, Tables, Bedsteads, and other house
hold and kitchen furniture too numerous to men
tion. Terms made known on day of sale. Sale
to commence at 11 o'clock of said day.
Executor of Jonathan De Long dec'd
All persons are hereby notified that Let
ters of Administration on the estate of A. S. Valen
tine late of Spring twp. Centre county, deed., have
been granted to the undersigned, to whom all per
sons havin accounts against•ssid estate are reques
ted to present them duly authenticated for settle
ment, and all persons indebted to make immedi
ABRAM VALENTINE jr,
EVAN M. VALENTINE,
Sept. 15t8 '62. Executors
EXCELSIOR SHAVING SALOON.
• Allegheny Street Bellefonte, Pa.
A PROCLAMATION !—To all to whom these
preBente may come: I, MESSICK GRAHAM,
Grand Sultan of all the Barbers of the Keystone
State, do hereby proclaim and make known to all
people, that I have fitted ,gyp my PALACE in the
neatest manner for the reception of my loyal sub.
jects, where I will be at all times ready to giv,
them a cutting reception, and completely direst
their physiognomy of nature's unseemly produc
AXD FURTHER, as the times are getting
good, and the banks making specie paymets, I'll
take SPECIE at par from all my subjects.
WITNESS my and the Great Seeal of my
RAZOR and SCISSORS, at the Palace, in the
year of Blue Boards 1855.
MESSICK GRA HAM, Grand Sultan,
GENTEEL SHA Vali, Secretary.
PRIME POTATOES FOR SALE.
A superior article of Potatoes for sale
at the Pleasant Gap Store.
J. M. CAMPBELL
- A fine article for sale by
June 13. BROWN & COOKE
The "cheapest intownat
June 13. s . BROWN S: COOKE'S
WINDOIS a II ri A „ D u E re S s
sale cheat) by BROWN A COOKE. •
July, 4. '62.
BOOTS A:, SHOES.
A good assortment at at our usually low
price, 8R0W.N...; COOKE.
➢LIIORS OF THE
We, the undersigned Mayors, hereby cer
tify that the Druggists, Apothecaries, and
Physicians of our several cities have signed
a doeumeiit of assurance to us that AYER'S
SARSAPARILLA has been found to be
a remedy of great excellence, and worthy
the confidence of the community.
HON. JAMES COOK,
Mayor of LOWELL, MASS.
HON. ALBIN BEARD,
Mayor of NASHUA, -
HON. E. W. HARRINGTO
Mayor of MANCHESTtB,
HON. JOHN ABBOTT,
Mayor of CONCORD,
HON. A. H. BULLOCK,
Mayor of WORCESTER, MASS.
HON. NATH'L SILSBEE,
Mayor of SALEM, MASS.
HON. F. W. LINCOLN, Jr.,
Mayor of BOSTON, MASS.
HON. WM. M. RODMAN,
Mayor of PROVIDENCE, R. L
HON. AMOS W. PRENTICE,
Mayor of NORWICH, CONN.
HON. 3. N. HARRIS,
Mayor of NEW LONDON, CONN.
HON. CHAS. S. RODIER,,
Mayor of MONTREAL, C. E.
HON. D. F. TIEMANN,
Mayor of NEW YORK CITY.
HON. H. M. KINSTREY,
Mayor of HAMILTON, C. W.
HON. ADAM WILSON,
Mayor of TORONTO, C. W.
HON. R. M. BISHOP,
Mayor of CINCINNATI, OHIO.
HON. I. H. CRAWFORD,
Mayor of LOUISVILLE, KY.
HON. JOHN SLOAN,
- Mayor of LYONS, lOWA.
HON. JAMES MePEETERS, ,
Mayor of BOWMANVILLE, 67111111
HON. JAMES W. NORTH,
Mayor of AUGUSTA, ME.
HON. HENRY COOPER, Jr.,
Mayor of HALLOWELL, ME.
HON. JAMES S. BEEK,
Mayor of FREDERICTON, N. B.
HON. WILLARD NYE,
Mayor of NEW BEDFORD, MASS.
HON. J. BLAISDELL,
Mayor of FALL RIVER, IyIA.S.S.
HON. W. H. CRANSTON,
Mayor of NEWPORT, R. I
HON. FRED STAHL,
Mayor of GALENA,
HON. JOHN HODGDEN,
Mayor of DUBUQUE,
HON. THOMAS CRUTCHFIELD, -1
Mayor of CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
HON. ROBERT BLAIR,
Mayor of TVSCALOOSA, ALA.
HON. R. D. BAUGH,
Mayor of MEMPHIS, TEA!
HON. GERARD STITH,
Mayor of NEW ORLEANS, LA.
HON. H. D. SCRANTON,
Mayor of ROCHESTER, N.
HON. DE WITT C. -GROVE, '—
Mayor of UTICA, N. Y.
HON. GEO. WILSON,
Mayor of PITTSBURG, PA.
HON. C. H. BUHL,
Mayor of DETROIT, MICE.
HON. HEMAN L. PAGE,
Mayor of MILWAUKIE,
HON. W. W. VAUGHN,
Mayor of RACINE, WIS. -- " r rl
HON. A. PARR,
Mayor of KENOSHA, WIS.
HON. JOHN C. HAINES,
Mayor of CHICAGO, ILL.
HON. M. J. A. TTP.ATH,
Mayor of SELMA, ALA.
HON. A. J. NOBLE,
Mayorof_M_Qt . \ , TTGOMERY, ALA.
HON. W. S. HOLY
Mayor of COL
DON ESPARTERO MANUEL,
Mayor of VERA CRUZ.
DON PIETRE DE CABALLO,
Mayor of MEXICO,
DON ESTEPHANIE RODRIGUES,
Mayor of HAV
DON ANTONIO ECHEVER
Mayor of LITIA, PERIL
DON N. G. NILANGNO,
Mayor of VALPARAIS 0, CH MI.
DON MARO SESQUIPEDALIA,
Mayor of RIO JANEIRO, BRAZIL.
Certify that the resident Druggists have
I. an excellent remedy, and worthy the con-
lidence of the community.
For Spring Diseases.
For Purifying the Blood.
For Scrofula or King's Evil.
For Tumors, Ulcers, and Sores.
For Eruptions and Pimples.
For Blotches, Blair's, and Boils.
For St. Anthony's Fire, Rose, or Ery ,
For Tetter or Salt Rheum. [sipelas.
For Scald Head and Ringworm.
For Cancer and Cancerous Sores. 1
For Sore Eyes, Sore Ears, and Humors.
For Female Diseases.
For Suppression and Irregularity.
For Syphilis or Venereal Diseases.
For Liver Complaints.
For Diseases of the Heart.
The Mayors of the chief citres, of til! H
ted States, Canadas, and British Provinces,
Chili, Peru, Brazil, Mexico, and in fact al
most all the cities on this continent, havo
signed this document, to assure their people 1
what remedies they may use with safety and
confidence. But our space will only admit
a portion of them.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
Ayer's Pills, ~n(1
Ayer's Ague Cur,e,
Dr. J. C. Ayer dic Co.,
And sold by Druggists every where.
John; Parris, Felleibutc,
every town in the country.