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LOUAL AND PERSONAL ITEMS.'
pilr" Corn Planters.
Air. Washington Hotel.
gglr• Administrator's Notice.
_VT' The Pine Grove Academy and Seminary
will commence its summer term on Wednesday ,
the 26th inst. This institution is one o f the most
flourishing in the State, and deserves the reputa.
tion which it enjoys. See terms in the Advertise
On Wednesday last, the funeral of Abra--
ham Lincoln took place in Washington city at 12,
o'clock, m., and at the same hour services were'
held in the churches of this place appropriate to
the occasion, and all business stoped until ono
_Pier A pair of small gold armlets were lost
somewhere in the borough of Bellefonte a few days
since. The finder will be suitably rewarded if the'
same be left at this office, or at the Parsonage of
the Presbyterian Congregation.
April 21, '65. J. H. BARNARD.
j Sternberg lc Co. have again a large new'
assortment of all kinds of goods just from the
Eastern market, which they will sell at prices suf-1
flciently low to dispose of the whole in a short
time and !rake room for another. Groceries aro
especially low in price, and of good quality. Dry'
Goods the same.
pEr• Losr.—A bundle containing a pair of
pantaloons and vest was lost between Bellefonte
and Farm School on the Boalsburg turnpike, on
the 17th inst. A liberal reward will be paid to
the finder if the same is delivered at the CattruAr.
PRESS office, or at the Farm School Post office.
April 21st '65. U, LYTLE.
Xer J . H. Meyers at the High street bridge,!
hereby informs the citizens of Bellefonte that }le l
will have, twive a week during the season, a lot of
fresh shad at lower prices than can be obtained,
elsewhere. He requests attention to the fact that'
marketing generally, from Philadelphia, will be l l
received and for sale during the seasons.
_TIP* The dwellings and places of business in;
this borough were closed on Monday last in
mourning for the death of the President. The
American flags, thrown to the breeze on the oc-I
casion of the capture of Richmond and the Burl
render of Lee, were taken down and draped inj
mourning. The Court House, and other build-1
tugs were also draped in the same manner.
j Mr. F. S. Wilson, of this place, has purl
chased the Drug Store on High street, formerly
conducted by John Harris, and will be pleased to
have his friends and the public generally, contin
ue their patronage at the old stmnd . Mr- Hilli
bish, who is careful and experienced in the pre
paring of prescriptions, remains in the establish
ment and will pay due attention to the require
ments of all customers.
jr4r• T. J. Mumford, General Agent for thel
Aetna life Insurance Company of Hartford, Con.,
is at present in this place and will remain for
some days. The company is one of the oldest
ar.d best established in the Union, and the rates
of insurance for life are gnat as will render it pos
sible for all to avail themselves of the benefits of
the institution. Mr. Mumford can be consulted
at the Conrad House, and will visit any of the cit
izens at their houses if desired.
7S!" The arrangements for celebrating the late,
victories achieved by the Union forces, are neces-I
;wily set aside for the time being, owing to the
sad state into which our nation has been thrown
by the death of Abraham Lincoln. The event of
final peace to the country will afford an occasion,
for our rejoicing at some future time, when the!
arrangements for illuminating and celebrating
will be resumed. The fire-works purchased for
the occasion are on hand, and the lanterns, ctc.,l
are now at this office ready to be delivered to the'
citizens who subscribed for the same.
The Borough Council met and passed the fol
lowing preamble and resolutions :
WHEREAS, in the all-wise disposition of God we
are called upon to mourn the loss of our chief ru
ler, Abraham Lincoln, President of the United:
States, struck down by the cowardly assassin,l
therefore we the Town Council of the borough ofi
Bellefonte heartily join with other portions of the ,
country in execrating this base and foul murder,'
and for the purpose of manifesting our feelings on i
this occasion do resolve
That although in this our bitterest sorrow, wel
recognize the hand of Him who doeth all things
well ; yet we cannot but deeply feel the inestima-I
ble loss that we have sustained in this the hour of
our country's need.
Resolved, That we can but appreciate the true!
statesmanship, the nobleness of character, and the
Unswerving fidelity which has characterized his
past course, and by which he has so successfully!
guided our nation through the past four years of
its terrible struggle, and for his services in behalf,
of the country, the nation owes him a lasting debt]
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with the
afflicted family, with the associate rulers, with
the country's defenders, and the whole nation in
this our common loss.
Resolved, That these proceedings be entered on'
the minutes of the Town Council, and that the
CmwrnAt. PREss and the Democratic Watchman
be requested to publish the same.
We find in the Philadelphia inquirer thel
following, which, it is affirmed, was publish-1
ei last December, in the Selma (Ala.) D is-;
ONE MILLION DOLLARS WANTED, TO nAVE
PEACE at TILE Isr OF MAucw—lf the citizens of,
the Southern Confederacy will furnish me with the'
cash, or good securities for the sum of $1,000.000)
I will cause the lives of Abraham Lincoln, IVm.
H. Seward and Andrew Johnson to be taken by
the Ist of March next. This will give us peace,
and satisfy the world 1 hat tyrants cannot live in a l
"land of liberty." If this is not accomplished,'
nothing will be claimed beyond the sum of $50,000,
in advance, which is supposed to be neoessary to
reach and slaughter the three villians. I will give, l
myself, $l,OOO toward the patriotic purpose.
Every one wishing to contribute will address
box X, Cabawba, Ala.
Doc. 1, 1864. x.
WASHINGTON, April 15.—Saturday's extra'
Intelligencer says : " From evidence obtain-1
ed, it is rendered highly probable that the,
man who stabbed Mr. Seward and son, is
John Surratt, of Prince George county, Ma-1
ryland. The horse he rodo was hired at l
Naylor's stable, on Fourteenth street. Sur-,
ratt is a young man, with light hair and
goatee. His: father is said to have been!
postmaster of Prince George county." The',
'person who wounded Secretary Seward left
,behind him a slouched hat, and an old rusty
'navy revolver. The chambers were broken
loose, as if done by striking. The loads
were drawn from the chambers, one being
,but a rough piece of lead, and the other
balls smaller than the chambers, wrapped
in paper, as if to keep them from falling
On the 20th inst., at the Franklin House, Bello
,fonte, by the Rev. J. P. Swanger, Mr. Wm. Stine
to Miss Mary Amelia Quigly, all of Half Moon.
Monday, April sth, Sergeant Joseph J. Peters
of Unionville, Centre county, in the 23d year of
his age. Sergeant Peters was a member of Com
pany U., Fifty-first Regiment, P. V. V. He was
taken prisoner on the 21st of August at Camden
Railroad and after enduring six months in Salis
bury prison arrived home an emaciated framo to
'die in the embrace of his friends.
And is our friend and brother gone,
tShall we no more his coming greet,
And aro we left his death to mourn
Till we in heaven shall meet ?
Parents and sisters dry your tears,
The promise still is left to you.
Though he no more your presence cheers,
There is a brighter home for you.
He told you ho was going home,
Where he forever more would live.
The faithful soldier's work was done, ,
A great reward he would receive.
Faithful to his Country's call,
When first to arms ! to arms ! she cried ;
He never let his armor fall,
But in her service lived and died.
While fighting for the stars and stripes,
He ne'or forgot the heavenly call,
But through the battle dim and strife,
Ho was prepared to stand or fall.
We may lament his early death,
Caused by the guilty traitor's hand,
And yet we know a glorious wreath
Shall crown the victors of our land.
L. H. W.
;THE BELLEFONTE MARKET
![Reported for the CENTRAL PRESS.I
BELLEFONTE, Marcl. 30th 1865.
The following are the quotations up to 5 o'clock
White Wheat, per bushel $1,55
Rye, ......... .... .do —1,25
Corn new do
Oats, do 65
Buckwheat, do 75
Clover Seed, do 1 6 .00
Potatoes, do .65
Lard, per pound, 25
Bacon, do 2O
Tallow, do 15
Eggs, per dozen, 20
Plaster, ground, per ton, 16 00
E .02inzEtt. E. S. DORWORT
C r i .. REEN DORWORTH,
Physicians and Surgeons. !Bellefonte,
Pa. All All professional calls promptly attended to.
'Office on Allegheny St., one door North of E. & E.
Blanchards law office.
April 14th '65.
4)INEGROVE ACADEMY dE SEMINARY.
The Summer term will open on Wednes ,
day April 26th 1865.
TERMS—S7O per session.
if Address, J. E. THOMAS.
Ap. 21.1t* Pine Grove Mills, Pa.
' MATCHES ! MATCHES ! ! !
The undersigned has on hand and will
sell at the most reasonable prices, the best matches
,now manufactured, either whole-sale or retail.
Feb. 17, '65. S. 11. BROWN.
YES ! 0 YES ! LICENSED AUCTIONEER.
The undersigned respectfully informs
the public in general that he is a licensed auction-,
eer for Centre county, and will attend and cry'
sales at the very lowest rates, and in the very best
manner possible. Residence in Harris township.
Feb. 24, 186.5.-4m - * JOHN MAYES.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of,
(Administration on the estate of Andrew Musser
late of Spring township decd, have been granted
Ito the undersigned. All persons indebted are re
quested' to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the same will present them
( duly authenticated for settlement.
April 7th, NOAH IB6S_I" MUSSER, 1
RACHEL MUSSER, Admr's.
Came to the enclosure '4 , 002v
lot' the subscriber in Rush town
'ship, about the 20th of February
;last, a red steer about four years old. The owner
'is requested to come forward, prove property, pay
charches and take it away, or the same will be dis
posed of as the law directs.
G. S. PERRY.
Beaver Mills, April 7, 1865.-3t*
The undersigned having been appoint
,ed Executor of the last will and testament of Jas.
Logue, late of Harris townshiy, Centre county ,
dec'd., all persons knowing themselves indebted,
Lto said estate, are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims to present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
April 7, '65.-* Executors.
! EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.
LL The undersigned having been appoint.
ed Executors of the last will and testament of Jac.
Musser, late of Ferguson township, Centro county
dec'd., All persons knowing themselves indebted
to said estate, are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims to present them
duly authenticated for settlement.
March 24th '6s.—*
!A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
an auditor appointed
,by the Orphans' Court of Centre county, to make
:distribution of the balance remaining in the hands
of A • S. Kreamer , Administrator ofJacob Albright
i dee'd., to and amorg those legally entitled to re
rceive the same, will attend to the duties of his ap
'pointment at the Court House, in the Borough of
Bellefonte, on THURSDAY the 6th day of April
next, when and where those interested may attend
'if they see proper. J. D. SHUGERT,
I March 17th '65-3t Auditor.
Notice is hereby given, that the mer
cantile firm of Lyon da Smith, in the borough of,
iM ilesburg, was dissolved on the 27th of March,'
1865, by mutual consent. The books are in the
hands of Loeb A Lyon in the same place for set- I
Itlement. All persona knowing themselves indebt- 1
'ed, are requested to come forward and make pay-'
ment within thirty days from the date of dissolution,
after the expiration of that time the accounts will
be placed in the hands of proper officers for col
lection. LYON A SMITH.
I April 7th, 1865.
R EWARD OFFERED.
A port monie containing fourteen dol
lars in notes, together with a number of grain re-1
ceipts, belonging to Mrs. Pugh, was lost the night
of Monday last somewhere in Bellefonte. The,'
finder will be suitably rewarded if the same with'
contents, is left at Tuts OFFICE.
Mar. 31, '65.
Notice is hereby given that Letters ofd
Administration on the estate of Chas: Mcßride of
Bellefonte dec'd have been granted to the under
signed. All persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against the
same will present them duly authenticated for set-
tlement. GEORGE LIVINGSTON,
Mar. 17,—'65 Administrator
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of
Administration on the estate of Alex. Johnston,
late of Harris township, dec'd., have been granted
to the undersigned. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate are requested to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same will present them duly
authenticated for settlemen.
Mar. 31, '6s.—* Administrator.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
In the matter of the Estate of George
McCormick, Sr. dec'd. In the Court of Common
Pleas of Centre county.
The undersigned an Auditor appointed by said
Court to make distribution of the fund in Court
arisinc , from said estate, will meet the parties in
terested' for the purposes of his appointment at his
office in the Borough of Bellefonte, on Saturday
the 29th day of April 1865, at 2 o'clock P. M., of
said day. GEO. M. YOCUM,
April 7, '6.5. Auditor.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
Letters of Administration on the estate
of Emiline Sheats, late of Union township, Cen-
I tre county dec'd., have been granted to the under
isigned. All persons knowing themselves indebted
Ito said estate are requested to make immediate
payment. and those having claims to present them
(duly authenticated for settlement.
EDWARD M. LUCAS,
March 24th '65
Notice is hereby given that Letters of
Administration on the estate of A. A. Bradin,l
late of Philipsburg, dec'd., have been granted to t
the undersigned. All persons knowing them
selves indebted to said estate are requested to ]
make immediate payment, and those having
claims against the same will preset t them duly
authenticated for settlemen.
March 10, 1865.
A UDITOR'S NOTICE.
In t e Orphan's Courtof Centre coun
ty, in the matter of the estate of David Brisben
late of Potter township dec'd.
The auditor appointed by the court to settle and
adjust the account of Samuel McWilliams, Ad
ministrator of said estate and to ascertain and re
port lieus or incumbrances against the real estate
of said dec'd affecting the interest of the widow
and heirs, will meet the parties interested for the
purposes of his appointment at his office in Belle-,
fonte on Wednesday the 12th day of APRIL, '65,
`at 1 o'clock P. M. of said day. G. M. YOCUM.
March 3d, 1865. Auditor.
'NEW HARNESS MANUFAC- 1
'The undersigned desires to inform !VA
the public that he has estab
imbed a HARNESS MANUFAC A. 4 ls t _ •
TORY in MILESBURG, on the second floor over
Jacob Hahn's store, where he is prepared to turn
out all kinds of work belonging to his branch of
business on the most reasonable terms to suit the
customer and the times. The cash must invariab
ly be paid when work is called for. All work
made to order. The public are respectfully invit
ed to give him a trial before ordering elsewhere,
as he will do his utmost to accommodate those
who will patronize his essablishment. All work
finished cheaper and better than it can be obtain
ed elsewhere. Come and. see for yourselves.
Feblo'6s-3m. J. E. MOORE.
yALUABLE STEAM SAW AND SHINGLE!
MILL FOR SALE.
A Steans Circular Saw Mill in complete running
order, and now in successful operation is offered
for sale together with a Shingle Mill which is al
so in operation running two machines. The tim
ber on Nine Hundred acres of land, principally
white pine, and which can all be floated into a
large pool at the Mills, six dwell-
LI houses, smith shop, stables, and
L ii l i fOW all necessary improvements for
__,,,flk-"T',,:•" o * carrying on an extensive lumueri
This property is situated in Centre county, Pa
'and is right on the line of a Railroad. For fur•
ther information apply to or address
Mar. 31, 'M.-3t,
APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSE.
Notice is hereby given that the follow
ing named persons have filed their petitions in
the Court of Quarter Sessions of Centre county,
and will make application at the April term of
said Court to sell liquors :
A. Faulkner, Tavern, Rush township,
A. J. Miller, do Rush township,
J. B. Ettele, Liquor Store, Bellefonte,
Martin Leitzell, Tavern,
Tobias Wetzel, Tavern, Penn township
Alexander Knoll, Tavern, Howard township,
A. Baum, Liquor Store, Bellefonte,
J. C. Henderson, Taverc Huston township,
J. B. Butts, Hotel, Bellefonte,
ROBT. LIPTON, Phroth.
THE INDEPENDENT SAFETY STRAP.
Owners of horses are informed that this
indispensable article, so extensively used where
ever known is for sale by S. Z. Detweiler near Gl
enville, Mifflin county, Pa., who has purchased
the right for this county. Township and individ
ual right to manufacture, use or sell can be had
on application as above. By this ingenious strap l
any horse can be held and at the same time is pre
vented from kicking. By the use of this strap any
horse can be rendered as safe and gentle as the
best of family horses.
!QUARTERLY REPORT OF THE FIRST NA•
TIONAL BANK OF BELEFONTE.
MONDAY April 3d 1865.
'Loans and Discounts
Bonds to secure Circulation lOO,OOO 00',
Other U. S., Bonds and Securities 173,600 00,
Due from other National Banks 39,997 03
Due from other Banks andßankers 6,516 361
Cash Items 1,294 711
Expense, Fixtures, Tax, J6c 2,000 711
Legal Tender Notes and Specia 34,581 70 1
National and Other Bank Notes 20,876 00,
Duo National Banks
Due State Banks and Bankers..
Interest and Exchange 4ke
JNO. P. HARRIS, Cashier.
Sworn to and subscribed before me this 4th day
of April 1865. J. MONTGOMERY. N. P.
N EW GOODS just received at the cheap store',
of S. H. BROWN, which were bouhtl
at reduced prices an d will be sold at lower rates
than can be had elsewhere of the same quality.
Give me a call and you will bo satisfied.
of the best qualityf or sale a'
May 6. GREEN'S DRUG STORE.
THE GREAT BATTLE AGAINST
The great battle we looked for has just now begun
The armies are marshalled, arrayed for the fight.
'Tis not Gen. Grant, nor the brave Sheriion
That leads these bravo cohorts to battle for right.
But Gen. Sternberg, the prince of good fellows,
Whose fame for low prices is spread far and wide
,Declares he will battle high prices, nor blow his;
Until the last foe shall fall dead by his side.
He is a lea3er both gallant and brave,
He studies to please men, women and all,
He decclares that in Centre the people he'll save
The decree has gone forth, high prices shall fall.
May success attend him, may his brow be entwined
With laurels as bright as the rays of the sun,
May victory, oh ! Gen. Sternberg, be thine,
And perish thy foes without firing a gun,
James.—Hello ! Col. what in the world are you '
singing ? I believe I never heard you sing before.
What makes you feel so happy ? Has Grant
Col. L.—Confound it friend James you have
interfered with my muse and spoiled, I fear, a
good song—not on Grant or Sherman, but
James —(lnterrupting him) What other hero,
pray, tell me, were you trying to immortalize by
your verse, if it were not Grant or Sherman.
Col. L .—You must remember James that while.
our military heroes are worthy of all our praise,
they are not the only persons who command re
spect. The moral hero who contends against vice:'
—the merchant who can lose sight of self, and
seek the comfort of his customers, and not fleece
them at the same time, in my opinion are heroes
worthy of all esteem.
James.—This is all very true ; but you still
have not told me what made you feel so happy,
or of whom you were singing so sweetly. You sang
something about victory, foes falling, &c. As
you are just from Bellefonte, please tell me about,
it The news, the success of
Col. L.—Hold, James! you put your questions
too fast. It would take me all day to answer
them ; but I will try and answer your first. I
went to Bellefonte, as is my custom about this
time of year, to purchase my spring stock. Think
ing I would not purchase until I had first exam
ined prices in all the stores, I travelled on until ,
I came to the store of Mr. Sternberg & Co., what
sights ! I knew he could beat the Jews selling,
cheap clothing, hats, caps, Ate. ; but now I dis
covered that be had added to his stock of clothing,
dry-goods of all description, Groceries, Molasses,
Coffee, Tea, Sugar, Boots and Shoes, and at the
very lowest prices. He declared to me that he
had commenced war, in Bellefonte, on high pri
. (Ts, and lie was sure of wearing the victor's crown.
Of Course I purchased from him, and I know I
saved Twenty-five per cent by dealing with him.
Look into my sled, and see what a load of things
I bought for Seventy-five dollars. But good eve
ning James I must be getting home. I want to
toll all my neighbors about the great reform iu pri
ces in Bellefonte. Ile deserves the patronage of
every citizen in the county. (Drives of singing as
Success to Sternberg, may high prices fall,
IMay the people flock to him both the great and
May they stand by this hero—living not dead.
And the sound died away as on went the sled.
James.—(to himself.) Well I never saw this
Col. in such a glee before. I wish I could have
heard the last of his song ; but I' ll away and fix
lop my conveyance, and wife and I will go to
Bellefonte to-morrow, and pay little Sternberg a
Store in Maj. Reynold's new building, next
door to the banking-house of Reynolds do Co.
Feb. 10th IS6[.
E. Si H. T. ANTHONY & Co
Manufacturers of Photoraphic Materials,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
510, BROADWAY, NEW YORK
In addition to our main business of Photo-I
,graphic Materials, we are Headquartered for the
`following, viz :
STEREOSCOPES do STEREOSCOPIC VIEWS,
Of these we have an immense assortment, inclu
rding War Scenes, American and Foreign Cities
and Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, etc., etc, Al
so, Revolving Stereoscopes, for public or private
; exhibition. Our Catalogue will be sent to any
address on reciept of Stamp.
We were the first to introduce these into the l
United States and we manufacture immense quan-1
tities in great variety, ranging in price from 50
cents to $5O each. Our Albums have the reputa
ltion of being superior in beauty and durability to,
any others. They will be sent by mail, FREE.I
lon receipt of price.
Erle" FINE ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER:99A
Our Catalogue now embraces over 5,000 differ
ent subjects to which additions are continually
being made) of portraits of eminent Americans,
etc., etc., viz : about
100 Major Generals, 100 Lieutenant-Colonels,
550 Statesmen, 200 Brigadier Generals,
130 Divines, 250 Other Officers,
275 Colonels, 75 Navy Officers,
125 Authors, 50 Prominent Women,
125 Stage, 40 Artists.
3,000 Copies of Works of Art
including reproductions of the most celebrated en
gravings, Paintings, Statutes, etc. Catalogues,
sent on receipt of stamp. An order for One Doz.'
en Pictures from our Catalogue will be filled ma
receipt of $1,50, and sent by mail, Free.
Photographers and ozhers ordering goods C. 0.
D. will please remit twenty-five per cent. of the l
lamount with their order.
The prices and qutlity of our goods cannot fail
April 7th, 1 565 —3t.
MOORE, CRNDER & CO.
high street Bellefonte, (next door to the C KNTR ALI
PRESS office) have received the largest and finest
ever offered for sale in Bellefonte. Call and see
them. Also a very fine and choice collection ofl
and many notions that will please the taste of the
Ladies, all of which will be sold at Philadelphia
may be obtained in the latest city styles, as our
facilities are now much improven.
Mar. 31, '65.
DII:4ALE & LAGER BEER!
Superior ale and lager beer, supplied at all times',
by the undersigned and at the very lowest rates'
for cash, at his new establishment near the Miles•l
burg Station.—He would also call the attention of,
his friends, and the public in general, to his
situated immediately in front of the Milesburg
Depot. where he has constantly in waiting, ford
hungry and thirsty, such refreshments as may be,
desired by the traveling community.
111 6S i
▪ 87,500 00,
• 284,542 26,
▪ 48,227 90
North side of Diamond, 91.
WHERE BUREAUS, SOFAS, LOUNGES,
HAT-RACKS, WIIAT-NOTS STANDS,
EXTENSION TABLES, CHAIRS,
STOOLS, tta., OF EVERY DE
!are for sale CHEAPER than at any ostablishmen
/of the kind in Central Pennsylvania.
Juno 5, '6i,— HENRY HARRIS.
KUNKLE'S BITTER WINE OF IRON just'
received and rir cult at GREEN'S
lITNIERS MUSIC STOR3J
CORNER OF MAIN AND MILL STREETS.
LOCK HAVEN. PENN/A.
'akes pleasure in announcing to the citizens ofi
(Centre county, that at his
IN LOCK HAVEN•
They can always find a full supply of
FIRST PREMIUM PIANOS.
kt is unnecessary to say a word in commendation
of them, as the reputation of the firm for the last
:half century is alone sufficient.
Having received the sole agency for the centra'
portion of Pensylvania of the celebrated
Manufactured by TREAT J 6 DAVIS.
I am enabled to offer them to the public at re
duced rates. The Parlor Organs are gotten up in
the most durable and attractive style, are warranj
:ed to give
And are sold ten to fifteen per cent cheaped
:han those of any other first class manufacturer,
We invite a comparison of them with those of any
!other maker with reference to all the essential
!qualities of a good instrument, viz :—Quality o
:one, power of tone, promptness of action, capaci-
ty for variety of expression, and last, but not least,
lsolubility and durability of construction
These organs aro finished in different styles to;
!suit the tastes and pockets of purchasers, being in
Plain Black Walnut Cases !
Carved Black Walnut Cases I
Plain Oak Cases !
Polished Oak Cases !
Plain Chestnut Cases !
Fancy Chestnut Cases !
Plain Rosewood Cases !
& Fancy Rosewood Cases !
He also keeps on hand a full stock of
MASON do HAMLIN'S Cabinet Organs,
CHENEY'S Excelsior Organs and the celebrated
TREAT do DAVIS' Improved Molodeons
Rynder also keeps all the best
SONGS AND PIECES
Besides a great variety of Instruction books for
PIANO, CABINET ORGAN, MELODEON
, and every musical instrument for which an In
itruction book is published. And ho would cal
:he special attention of all Cabinet Organ and
hielodeon players and pupils to
ROOT'S SCHOOL FOR THE
This work being the only one which is thoroughly
!adapted to Reed Instruments.
always prepared to furnish instruments from
!any maker in the United States, should customers'
prefer others than those he has on hand
! sells all instruments at the manuLeturers'ariees
nd guarantees every instrument sold.)
Price liste sent free on application,
March 3d i355-Iy.
I The Largest and Best Assortment of
:FALL AND WINTER GOODS
IN THE COUNTRY !
ATTENTION ! COUNTRYMEN !
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e an i t d e nt io
welln :fo ol r
e Gtted stock presenti
of Lc l
andlled to the
!,goods at tho
Cheap Cash Store of
St .II . 3E3XLCDok7I7-I•7',
Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa.,
Ile has purchased before the recent' advance a
choice assortment of Fall and Winter Goode,
which for beauty and cheapness cannot be excelled,
,aIIC and_see for yourselves!
LADIES' DRESS - GOODS,
French and English Marines, Colored Alpacca,
All Wool Delaines, Dress Goods of any descrip-
tion Ladies' cloth,
BEST FANCY SILKS.
Also, a good assorment of Plain and Plaid all
woo) Shawls, all wool Flannels, 'Cotten Flannels,
Ticking, Checks, Woolen Hoods, Balmorals, Ho
siery, Hoop Skirts, Umbrellas, a large Pot of Calico,
Black Muslin, Unbleached Muslin., A full lino of
Such as Cloths, Cassimers, Satinets and vestinga
i of all kinds at prices which will be sold cheap.
Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Spices, all at low prices.
Call one and all and look at the well selected
stock cf goods and get the prices, as it is no trouble
Ito show goods.
Dec. 2, '64.
:Glorious News for the Million.
Having just returned from Philadelphia, and
New York with a choice and careful
selection of fall and winter goods, which I have
purchased at greatly reduced prices, lam there
fore enabled to offer extra inducements to purcha,
lsers. My stock consists of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
admirably assorted ..lferintar, Cochel, o and Ainer
:,:an Prints. A very large stock of •
11^-1300 T t S AND SHOES, kib
'at old prices, notwithstanding the recent advance,
HARDWARE, QUEENS WARE,
,Glassware, Willow ware, ttc., &c.
either by the sack or barrel. Persons wishing to
purchase any of above articles will do well to call
and examine my stock before making their seleg
Thankfull for the liberal patronage heretofore
extended to me, I hope to merit a continuance of
the same. 11 M. 11. COOKE.
Dec. 23d,.1864 -Iy.
Fr LIE undersigned respectfully informs the pub
lic, and especially lovers of music, that, hav
ling obtained from the Manufacturers, the sole
agency for the sale of STEINWAY ciL SONS PIANOS,
MASON & HAMLIN'S CABINET ORGANS and CAR
'HART, NEEDRAM IL CO'S, MELODEONS, he is pre
/pared to furnish good instruments to persons wish
ing to buy at the retail prices in Philadelphia and
I Circulars sent promptly upon application with
any additional information desired.
N. B, Every instrument warranted for rivz
Feb. 17, '65.-Iy.
ALUAB P LE O RE ns d AL i E . STA ng t TE o . FOR t
i SALE n I.
tate either within or in the vicinity of the borough
of Bellefonte are requested to examine the follow
ing property :
let. A house and lot in the borough of
J2l' l Bellefonte near the big spring known as the
double porch house.
e„ 2nd. 2nd. A house and lot situate on the line,
but assessed for taxes in Spring tw'p near
the big spring, now in the occupancy ofJno. Todd
z---A 3rd. A house and lot south of the turn
leading to Valentine's Forge, adjoin
ing the house and lot of the heirs of Sarah Dixon
4th. An out lot on the street leading to the
Friend:' Grave Yard. _ _
sth. An out lot on the South side of the turn
pike leading to Valentine's Forge.
6th. An out lot between the said turnpike and
the road leading to Phcenie Mills.
These are very valuable and desirable proper
ties, and will be sold on reasonable terms. , —For
'further information apply to the undersigned.'
Dec. 16, '64 ADAM ROY.
VITRIFIED STONE WARE
I INT l* 1: 3 )
This Pipe is glazed inside and out, and, for con
ducting water, is the best and cheapest ar
ticle in use.
MENTON'S FLOOR TILES,
for Halls, Conservatories, Banks, Churches, ac.,
'as laid by us in the Capitol as Washington, and
many first class buildings in all parts of the coun
try. They are of various colors, and capable of
being made into an almost infinite variety of pat
'terns. Circulars, with patterns and prices, sent
MILLER & COATES, 279 Pearl St.,
Jan. 20, 3najjb.s. New York
A lIDITOR'S NOTICE.
In the matter of the estate of John lValker dee'd.
The undersigned an Auditor appointed by the
Orphans' Court of Centre county, to ascertain ad
vancements and make distribution of the balance
remaining in the hands of Daniel Walker, Exec
utor of the said John Walker, dec'd., will attend
to the duties of his appointment on
THURSDAY tho 13th day of April A. D., 'ds,
when and where all persons interested may attend
if they sae proper.
£VEN M. BLANCHARD,
TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS.
1 A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous Debility,
Iscompetency Premature Decay, and Youthful
Error, actuated by a desire to benefit others, will
be happy to furnish to all who need it, (free of
charge,)the receipt and directions for making the
simple remedy used in this case. Sufferers wish
ing to profit by the advertisers sad experience,
hand possess a sure and valuable remedy, can do
so by addressing him at once at his place of busi
ness. The receipt and full information—of vital
importance—will be elaeerft.vily sent by return mail.
Address JOHN B. OGDEN,
- No. 60 Nassa Street, New York.
F. S.—Nervous Sufferers of both sexes will find
this information invaluable.
Mar. 31, '65-3m in a co sd.
TNSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMER
IYCORPORATED in PHILADELPHIA, 1794
CASH CAPITAL 31,715,171,71
CHARLES PLATT, ARTHUR G. COFFIN,
J. A. Rankin Local Agent for part of Centr
county, also for parts of llu J ting A don & Bla °
;counties. , . RANKIN,
I Feb. 2-R1.1,1965. -Iy,
B. M. GREENE,