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GERARD'S SECRET.---I HAVE ALWAYS
OONSIDERED ADVERTISING LIBERALLY
AND LONG. TO BE THE GREAT MEDIUM
OF SUCCESS , IN. BUSINESS, AND THE
PRELUDE TO WEALTH; AND HAVE
MADE IT AN INVARIABLE RULE TO'AD-'
VERTISE IN THE DULLEST TIMES; AS
WELL AT THE BUSIEST;, LONG EXPE
RIENCE HAVING 'TAUGHT :ME THAT
MONEY THUS SPENT IS WELL'LAID OUT.
- SEND to T. M. Christie,Lodk l Haen,Pa:,
for the Mason & Hamlin• Organ :
announcing new inTrovements and redui,
tion in prices, and compare; them with the
price lists of -othek organs.
TIEN Mnson & Hamlin Organ Company,
winners of the Paris Exposition Medal,
and secenty-fie others. They are the.
improved :Vox HUI - liana or fan tremolo.
Circulars Sea free, by. T. M. Christie, Loci:
Haven,Pa. - . :
REPUBLICANS, ATTENTION:-,A meeting
of the. meinbeis of the Republican Read
ing ROOM Club, will be held this (Friday)
evening, for the froushelion of important
business. Let every member be present.
By order of. the Committee on Regnk
tions. • .
. . .
EVERY family slionld baire a bottle of
Green's Vegetable Paiii Killer.
. IF you have brash, dry and Wiry hair
which you wish to have changed to soft
and &say locks. If you have gray hair
which . you wish restored to' -its natural
color ; use COMA RESTITUTOR, the great
hair restorer. For sale at Green's‘Drug
Store, and by dealers and druggists gen
LAwYfinis—Troii 'ar& requested to call
and examine - the large and varied stock of
legal envelopes `just-received at this office.
They will be sold in lots to snit the pur
chaser. With card printed on, they will be
sold about twenty-fiVe.per cent. below the
• HOLIDAY PRESENTS.-AS: Christmas is
drawing nighilt behooves every one to re
pair without delay to Zimmerman, Bros. &
Co., and secure at least one of the many
useful and fancy articles suitable for pres
ents, that are there eiposed for sale cheap
for cash. Aiiirie lot of ladies'. furs, at re
duced - pricei. Collie bile, come all, and
buy, some - nseful article as_ a gift for some
friend's Clirlatnins meniory.
RninEll, of Lock•vilaven, is agent fcu
all the best. Pianos manufactures. •
THE Souosts.—This , literary association
recently organized; we are happy to learn,
is succeeding admirably. The attendance
last evening waS large;tliesandienee atten
tive and the reading all that 'could be de
sired. • Thid occurs to us 'as the correct
way in which 'to spend an evening,' both.
pleasantly and profitably. May. success at-'
tend the movement.
GEORGE•ECK.ERT announces to his
..pupils and those d'esirhig to beco me that he Ali will be In Bellefonte again on Tues
day, 29th inst. .The lathe.* will meet at
the room engaged.as the daneeliall, in the
new .Bnsh Winding,. at 4 o'clock in the AO . -
noon of that , The gentleMen,will as
semble at the same place in the e:imin:g.—
Spectatora.will.not_ibul,itjnecessary: to be
presenkin eitliet case.,
PATENT NeAlicirke of all kinds for sale
at Green's: . •
WE make it:a - point to sPeatOccasiorially
of our succeisfill huSiness men. . This we
.do in juStice'ito"; them, "and as ;.well, that
others-may be eimouragedio•pdt:forth like
efftirt, andif.possible attain , a slinilar suc
cess. • The well hmown . firm . 7 - pf Loeb,
-May and Loeb, whose- advertisement ap
pears in another column, is. to=day a verifi
cation of the oft-quoted maxim, - that; "dili
gence ensures . success." They: combine
with a sterling . honesty, a• close attention
tobusiness, ...re 'prompt, efficient, and re
liable. Flaying by long practice established
their reputation,sit.otily remain* for them
to - reap the .keward of its continuance.
SANFOBD the inimitable, will be with
us once again,: He comes on Monday
next, and through - sh6er kindness: to 'our
people will•remam during-the week. What
a world of merriment this announcement
fortells. Poe never said anything like this.
Poe was melancholy; in all probability was
dyspeptic; certain it' is he died young.—
The fact is he never .saw Sanford's Opera
Troupe, or he would have been living to
day. His whole nature would• have un
dergone `a- change. • Instead of being
morose, he - Would hate became jocose; his
melancholy 'would have been exchanged
for joyousneSs,.and his-" Black Cat" story
would never have been written: Let ns
say to allwho wish to:enjo'y-alieartylaugh,
who desire to store up pleasant reminiscen
ses, and ensure a king life, go to see
OUR BA . O.—We have a: band now, and
no mistake.:- We may beliei , e. what was
told'ils; of its perforniance about 11 o'clock
the other night, - the fabled: "music of the
Spheres" was nowhere.„Music is a big
thing; and requires a big heart I,o' appreci
ate it properly. Just herewe must indulge
in an extremely original exPression
effect that "he who has no music in his
soul, is fit fcr treason, stratagems and
spoils,” or words to that effect. heretofore
the band was composed.of -married gentle
men whose dothestie cares. precluded their
absence from home at night; 'cOriseqiiently
no time was had for practice ; and after an
enfeebled existence, the affair beanie pros
. UAW, and finally tuckered out. ,The pres
ent members, however, arc young Men who
are not: distracted . with subldnary cares ;.
whose aim is to excel ; and who , will we
are assured throw their souls into the work.
Go in boys and win.
BEING general agent for the instruments
he sells, Rynder, of Lock Haven can sell
musical inztrumments a lower.figurea than
ally other. establishment.ineentral Penna'.
LEcrunF..-Prof.'. Wm "Howard Day-.
who entertained our peOple on Tuesday
evening last;' by a deliVeiy of his "celebrated
lecture entitled "'The APtreb of_ Freedom
around the world'? is deserving the thanks
of this community.; .-The-:audience was
large and attentive; 'and:,oo_leeturer in
consequence was in a comfortable frame of
mind. His delivery was:.all that.dmild be
desired ; while the subject .matter.. of lila:
lecture wasfull of noble . thoughts, expres
sed in Most beautiful - language. Those
who had the good fortune to: hear felt
that their estimate of humanity was en
larged,; and they who for years, t have been
influenced by a prejudice against color as
dangerous'as it is :unreasonable, felt, the.
ground work of their ancient: superstition
fast gliding from under then - I.' They felt
that there was a nobility connected wilt
manhood, that it was in fact inherent with
it, and not dependent upon the various
shades of color. Take it all in all,
we believe we take from no one that which
ls,due, when we say, that beauty inf ex
pression, for manly thoughts, and enno
bling sentiment this eflort excelled any sim
ilar one in our place.
Misni,En's Herb, Red Label, and Green
Label Bitters for sale at Green's.
WHEN Col. Miller was ordered by Gen.
Scott, at the battle of Lundy's Lane, to
capture a British battery which was deal
ing death and destruction on all sides, Ins
reply was "I'll try." He succeeded, and
his replybecame as famous as his achieve
ment. This occurrence suggested. itself to
us the other day, while we were thinking
of the great success which attends the bu
siness efforts of the firm of Sternberg and
Brandeis. There must be incorporated in
their rules of action some such expression
as that attributed to Col. 31illor; for cer
tain it is that they never fail to please in
their business transactions. We strongly
suspect, however, that not a little of their
success, is the result of the shrewdness
they display in the selection of their assis
tants. Mr. Levi A. Miller,.so long and fa
vorably known as a clerk in ttat establish
ment, possesses in an eminent degree, that
certain something which men call popular
ity. His unobtrusive manner, strict atten
tion to business, his aptness for anticipat
ing the wants of his customers ; and his
uniform gentlemanly deportment, have_
won for him a friendship which is not con
fined to mere business transactions. We
make this special reference to him for the
reason that we dont belive merit should go
Ilortil'Hos. -- .lluxtupyp, was in: town a
few'dityS"a4o, , -
the College.. , institp.tionTitnOer his
managzmeht,alidat - career
of heret4ore,,puprepedented iu
WE noticed ou,Sunday last between one
and..two e .o'clock, some imitatoi :of Andrew
Johnson, trying - Manfully to tear:tip under
au :alrhost- overwhelming load of the
'ardent." lie seemed' quite joyous under
the; circumstances; ',And: ;yet, we' :coUld'nt
refrainfrOM saying "poor fellow,
,drinks." ' • ' 7 • :
. . ,
- will be seen by refeience,to another
column thatMr.lT. .Qhristie, •of Lock
Haven, is the agent for-the justly celebrat—
ed 31ason and Hamlin Organs; and- that
he is now selling•at greatly reduced-prices.
Parties..desiring4one of -these instruments
would do wellto call on Mr. Christie, or
send their - Orders. - Catalogues. of prices
will be furnished when *pieefe4:'-`
THE best. Christmas "pees:ents in, the
country ure to be . fo4u4 .st
I.llm - fsaxa- FlonT.-NiTe are, ,inreceipt
byithe oi , erlald.okpreSs; -of the particulars
of a fight a 'mile lokq, 'Lill • other Words
extending4froni the. Old Fort to - - Earlfs.
Town. Ncrscalps Were taken.; - and the .
wounded picked' himself-lip after 'every
:• ItseeitieS to liavelfeen rather
a sociable figliethan btlierwiSe, "as one .of.
the parties nuide' no resiStAnCe whatever.
Tins SmLING PILG 1113 i, by which 'name
Philip Philips, - the' world renowned singer
is knoWn "acrosslbe water," has been en
gaged forthis -placa• on' lbe• twenty;second
of January next. 1116 have in our posses
sion many. eloquent laudations showered
upon-him by the :London Times, Belfast
Journal, Manchester Guardian, and a great
many. other leading journals,, both in . En
rope and. America, which we may give our
readers at another, time.. •
OUR Sumuit.—We are not &little pleased
when .w see in our. exchanges, commen
datory notices of any of our fellow citizens.
Some :writer - In . the - Lewisburg • 'C'h - fonicle,
in speaking, of a,-.Mr - Schwarz, of that place,
who seems to be - building for himself a
very enviable reputation, while improving
his own fOwn,"takes 'occasion tb say,—
"Williamsport has her.Herdic; Bellefonte
her Dish, tin& Leivisbnig her Schwarz."
Go in Mr. Schwarz; take Bush for youol
model and you can't.7do otherwise than
well. "We Bellefonters think Bush is con
siderable of a twig.
11n. J.. Mu.i§ connected
with thewell known hat house -,of, Barnes,
Oat:about, Herron and 'Co., of.,Phila
delphia, has been in town for:Abe:Pak, • feiv
days., Miles as we familiarly,., call •bina, is
. aslandsame as ever; ancrfet We, are per
sutided- that 'he has not relied entirely upon
.his good looks, in the building' up: for his
house a more extensive trade than is: en
joyed:by any similaV establish - Muth : in the
country. His extensive.. aelnaintance has
made him tiable acquisition to the firm,
which : as wU.haiesaiir on aformar occasion
should esteem theinselires,.oiticularly for-:
Innate, in having secured his services.
I . , .
T may-not be generally known that, our
Jail dees ntl at:: - present.. contain a single
prisoneri Its grated . windows no longer -
serve as lookouts :for: unwEling inmates;
nor dwthe:walls_ofits!empty, cells re-echo
the . .plaintivp ; song : of the captive. The sad
stories of its occupants now form matter of
traditieh, while the harsh clanking of man-,,i
;axles, has yielded to the music of the:winit
: which rushes along .its :deserted • corridors
&c.,&c. The' act-hiove have a new. jail,
and the above remarks are specially adapted
_to the bld:one: • • . .
Si of • our people who
have an insane fondness, for getting their
- feet cold ; who persiSt in - running all the
rislth attendant upon innumerable falls,
(whiCh falls be it 'understood, arc always
,intentional,, for Who ewer knew. one to
:acknowledge that'll' fall while' skating was
the result of his Own aWkwardnessS and
who in short insist .that it is right good fun
to get a right good . chill while skathnhave
had splendid opportnnitieS' to indulge in
their favorite amusement for some time
past.. The skating club of this place com
pleted an organization 'tother evening; and
the proper committees'.were appointed to
"raise 1 , ,_4,e,,wind," for the purpose of sweep
ing the onar offthe ice. We shiver When
we think of the fun iii store for us.
WE are no longer in doubt as to what
constitutes a "pea nut bummer." He, (we
say he, because ladies, to our certain know
ledge, never do anything reprehensible,)
belongs to a numerous, class of bipeds
which infest public Places of entertain
ment, for the express purpose of munch
ing peanuts in _ a :frantic manner, and to
the great disgust of all within ear-shot of
them. We say their purpose in attending
these places is the destruction of pea nuts ;
of course we can only judge, of their mo- '
tive by the earnestnesS•with"Which they do
,their. _work. This practice, it is true, is
not confined to Bellefonte. We , have in
city theatres and lecture rooms, detected
its prevalent by the crunching and-.snuf
fing . soundseemanating from the -,upper
tiers, and particularly from what is dis
tinctly, known :as the .pea nut : gallery,
which; as is well known; is occupied by the:
less enterprising class of boot blacks. It is
said also that this habit constitutes one of
'the luxuries peculiar to. very low concert
"saloons. During Prof. Day's lecture, on
lasturuesday evening, those who were so
unfortunate as to occupy .seats furthest
from the Stage were annoyed in no small'
ileg,ree by • these pea nut epicures. Our
police would do a commendable thing by
the suppression of this nuisance.
RYNpERS' stock of musial, instruments,
iu Lock Ilaxen, are unstupassod,
CHAPTER OF ACCIDENTS.—On. Friday
last Benjamin Housel, had his hand badly
mangled in a threshing machine, at
McKean's, near Zion.—While we were in
Tyrone, on Saturday last; an unfortunate
ocearrence took place, by which Mr. Geary
lost his life. We believe he was engaged
in work at the Round House. in that plac - e;
and while attempting to cross the track in
front of an engine in motion, was knocked
down by it, and his body completely
severed. Mr; Geary had a wife and six
children on their way from Germany who
will - learn of their loss when they,areleast
able to bear it: '• . . ,
Policeman Mullen whose 'prompt and
fearless conduct has justly made him the
terror of evil doers in our midst, was
severely bruised - about the head by a'
pistol in the hands of Fred Stanley whose
arrest he was attempting to affect for out
conduct on Monday evening last.
Mr: Mullen is getting airing quite cOmfOrta
bly, while Stanley is now in meditating
doubtless upon human depravity, and the
inconveniences to which it subjects one.—
Wp have not ; yet learned - whether -he is a
lineal descendent of the "On, Stanley, on"
of whom we read in Scott's Marmion.
On Tuesday' morning last, Christian
Schweiler, engaged on the early freight
train which leaves about. 6 o'clock, met
with a horrible death, while attending to
the coupling of some cars. He fell through
the false bottom of one of the coal dumps
connected with the train, and the cars
passed over him, mutilating him in such
a manner, as must have rendered recogni
tion impossible had the accident not been
.observed by others. His arm was torn
from his shoulder and carried a hundred
yards or more from where the body lay a
shapless mass. lie resided at Roopsburg,
and has left a wife and two 'children.
ON - Tuesday evening - last as we sat in
our sanctum cogitating upon the final dis
position which we - should make of the
various European Powers, and occasionally
indulging in a thought more immediately
concerning our own national affairs, when
the door opened. and some half dozen
ladies entered, who came to see the new
office. Unfortunately the stairway lead
ing down to the press room was without
railing.a This is to be accounted for by
the fact that the carpenters having in charge
the completion of the room, were so occu
pied as to find it inconvenient to attend to
this Matter; although wesivere in daily ex
pectation of having it done. Mrs. James
Furey, Who was with the party, immediate
ly upon entering the door way, and before
we could notify her_ of her danger, stepped
aside to make room for others• coming
after, when she fell down the stairway,
bruising herself most painfully. We were
extremely sorry for this occurrence, and
took steps the next morning, (too late, we
regret to 'say, in this case,) to prevent a
similar. accident. ) ,MrS. .FureY, we are
happy to learn, is getting along as com
fortably. as Is possible under the circum
stances ; still we shall 'never forgive our
selves for being. connected, although unin
tentionally, with this nnfoitunate circum
.'''i - TN - Ei.NATIONA.LI. - TELLEFONTEc.Pk, ERIDAT.,"I.
7WP:w.e,r9 - _grjPyekttg Jeep, just before
doing . tO.press.,-Ofthestidden death. of Mr.
James Gordon, of Walker township; who
it seems fell dead while getting into • his
sleigh to come to town. Mr. Gordon Las
been long and favorable known to the citi
zens of our county; and his loss will -be
SomE of our subscribers it seems have
been laboring under a mistake, concerning
the mark at the bead of our editorial-page.
This is to be found on every paper we is—
sue and its object is to call attention to the
fact that the subscription of those who find
in connection with their ?zanies;
- will expire within two weeks. next
succeeding appearance of this Mark.
It was rumored last week, that Mr. Wil
kins, Superintendent of the T. and C. 11. 1:.
entertained serious thoughts of resigning
his position. i ThiN inovempt. is: deprecated
by his many friends. During his connec
tion with the i'oads•he has ,won,the esteem
;'pr hale hatl'offichtt relations with
him: - "
Jr D:'-tErra..hn, thd hook-store man, is d
authorized to receive, and receipt for
subscriptions to theNATiox.t.L. While our
friends 'are; leMrinc% : :their subscriptions
there, they would d'o well to examine his
telecto - gtoek , Of gitieds; He. has +still on hand
a - fewof 810.4" w -elegantly boUnd'coPies of
•Websier's Unabridged 'Dictionary, one of
which,,at least should. be in . the ; bawls of
every-man-who desires tki enjoy good health
His stock is .complete, and . . prices, moder
ate; Try him. •
MORE ENTERPRISE.—We• understand
that some parties in town are showingtheir
appreciation of the good things of this, life,
by prospecting in the various cellars round
about. Strange that they should prefer
the darkness of night ratter than the light
of day, for these explorations. But : pe'r
haps they don't wish to disturb the inmates
of the house. This we believe is the cor
rect theory. The same, or soma other
parties, we don't wish to be positive you
know, feloniously, surreptitionily,:and 'as it
is sometimes put "unbeknownst" to Mr.
Henry Harris, "took ,and carried away"
his coal, or so much thereof as they could
conveniently. The demoniacal attache of
this office dark-ly hints that somebody will
steal our coal next. We hope not. Good
Mr. Thief well tell you where there is
"slathers" of coal if you will only spare
IT is said that the people of New Eng,
land, generally, when they die, go tit Bos
ton; while the residents of Boston proper,
upon their demise, go to Paris. Now this,
as we once heard a minister say, only once
mark you, "brings us to notice in the first
place" that those of our people, who wish
toattain.a,ripe old ages„ .: and ,w 139 more
over are desirous of extracting from life as ,
they go:along, as much luxury, juicy com
fort, or so'id enjoyniefit; hi is possible, go
straight to the Gem Restaurant, corner of
Race, and. Ugh. streets,
Miliphaeand Pile accomplish wonders in,
the way of assuaging the appetite. They
have a,regularibill Offa;re; including all the
good things imaginable; and as we said in
-a former-,.issue, theyfiraye,.. :dining
ioorii in — donneetion With "their establish
_is, a' models of comfort j and
convenienCei Ciiir.aeAnesday evening
last, he fed and clothed internally "all con
nected withcor-in anywise appertaining to
the neW Turkey and
"s jell" Trcwailad.
Dxxotxu.—Solomon is charged with
saying marmapparently , wisei tliirkgs which
lie riever Uttered: fiideel veil good men
and ministers, who should know better, in
the excess of their admiration for , his char
acter, attribute sayings to him of which he
would have been ashamed. They deliver
themselves of what occurs to them, as a.
very sage remark, and follow it up closely
with "as the wise man bath said." They
don't stop to consider that "the wise man"
in all probability never thought of such a
thing; and that they themselves are guilty
of downright lying. This we say softly.—
But Solomon, or some other man did say
amongst other things that "there is a time
to dance." Now it strikes us that the
proper time to dance, is when one can con
veniently; and not after the decrepitude of
age has wilted one's energies. To para
phrase our friend Patrick Henry, shall we,
acquire grace and activity "by irresolution
and. inaction." In a voice of whispered
thunder, we say no, certainly not. Mr..
George Eckert, of Northumberland, who
comes to us well roconunended, and who
is favorably known to many of our citizens,
ha y s opened a school for dancing in the
Bush building. He will have several
elasses.• There is no lack of gentlemen
who are anxious to improve their ways;
but as yet there has been a dearth of ladies.
We are acustomed to speak of the ladies
as the embodiment of all earthly grace and
beauty, and perhaps it will be wrong to
intimate that their style:might be improved;
still we would like to have the light of their
countenances to shine upon this movement.
Let us hope that they will think favorably
WINTER EVENES - GS.—The York True
Democrat in its: issue of Tuesday last,
makes some very pertinent and well de
served remarks, on the impropriety, to use
no harsher expression, of some of its ex
changes appropriating its. locals without
giving 'due credit
. therefor. This practice
of pilfering the 'result of Otherecogitations,
is one indulged in by many only toe fre
quently, and is deserving of the strongest
censure. The. "local" of the Democrat •
"spread" himself some weeks ago, upon an
article with the aboVe caption, and when
felicitating himself, as he had good reason
to do, upon the pleasant reflections to
which it would give rise, bad the mortifi
cation of seeing it, appear in all its pristine
beauty, in tiventyseven -of his exchanges;
whereupon he justly.tgrOws indignant, and
gives vent to his feelings, as we have in
timated, and in the.same,- connection pro
ceeds to express the beautiful
"Our 'a'rt'icle on 'Whiter •Evenings was
written in anticipation of. the_ coming of
that delightful period; for, -at that time,
the varied tints of Autumn were still here
and the mellow beams of the Indian Sum
mer shed their golden treasures upon the -
earth. Now those evenings are present
with us, and while we write we feel the
cheerful influences of a warm coal fire are
diffusing their tributes around us. rn our
comfortable apartment, made even more
comfortable by the smiles of an approving
conscience, we would once more admonish
our readers not to neglect any of the pre
cious privileges which our winter evenings
bring. They are treasures sent from heaven
to mellow down the excitin ,-, interests and
absorbing cares of life. They are not only
a period of infinite repose and delight, but
one of meditation and reflection, when the
turmoil and anxieties of the world may be
forgotten and we may lose sight of. tempo
rary ills and afflictions in that calm and
undisturbed enjoyment which can only be
had at the fireside and family altar. It is
here that the miser will forget, for the
time being, his heaps of gold, the man of
business and enterprize his thoughts of.
gain and emolument, the laboring poor
their struggles, the aspirant for fame his
overreaching thirst for preferment, and it,
is here the sinner even will sometimes
recognize the presence of his God. Those
precious evenings are full of interest, admo
nition and instruction. When the storms
rage and the element's contend for the
mastery, the delights of home and the
presence of our loved ones will come over
us with all their cheering and consoliug in
fluences. Securely sheltered from the
. wintry blasts and blessed with peace and
comfort, we can treasure in our hearts
those emotions of gratitude for the provi
dence and goodness of that God whose
favor protects us now. 'Who would leave a
circle like this for the shallow anmsements
of the outer world I' 'Who would turn his
back upon such a scene—a scene which is
met with only once this side of heaven ?"
Blair County Itesug
The dwelling of Mr. Stewart Cowan, of
this place, was entered by burglars on last
Friday night, who appropriated fifty-three
dollars of Mr. Cowan's money to their . own
use, and then left, -The entrance was
effected by prying (!)pen one of the hack
windows with an axe.—Tyrone Herald.
The contract for building the new Pres
byterian church in Hollidaysburg was
awarded to Mr. Jonathan Rimle, for the
sum of $32,557, the contractor to have all
the material of the old building suitable
for use in the construction of the new
church. • ' -
- - - -
Report says' that the snow of Monday
last crushed in the roof of J. S. Reed &
Co's, Saw, mill on the mountain, injuring
some five or six persons in the fall. We
have not learned the extent of the injuries,
as medical aid had not arrived when our re
porter heard of the accident.
Mr J: ;BOsrp7of Vie "Ward House" killed
two hoar a few days since . wieghing 1149
lbs., one Neighlag 620.1b5. and the othei
529 lbs.- - Who can beat?
The Hollidayilitrg,. .papers announce
that et son of John Sbalier, oa GaYsport,
Blair county, aged Lone year and eight
month, died from hydrophobia on the 7th
inst. - , • lie %vas bitten - five weeks:, before,
through the hafid, by a „triad dog.: The
wound healed up, like any other wound
and no peculiar or constitutional effects
were experienced till the beginning of last
On Frichiy night week,some persons
'"went Sanuiel Spraiikle's store,
at t.helictur[ot.Tirginia street, .1111(1 relived
him of nearly his entire stock of boots and
shoes, buckskin gloves woolen stockings, h
and notions, suckas pencils, knives, spool
cotton, silk thread, buttons, ed., a ladies
fine.shawl, a quantity of fine;black alpaca,
and likely other articles which have not
_been missed, together with a small quantity
of change, and a shawl belonging to Mr.
Cherry, a clerk in the store. Cherry.
usually sleeps in the store, but was absent
on,lfriday night, and doubtless the dePre
dators. were aware of this tact. They
made,several ineffectual attempts to force
the front and back doors, but both with
stood the pressure. They piled up boxes
at the front doore and cut two lights out of
thd ; transom, and through this opening
gairied access. The goods taken were also
_passed out through the opening, as the
doors Were found locked in the morning,
with a chair standing against the front
door;on the inside. ken engaged about
_the Company, shops, and on the railroad,
are passing by the store every hour of the
night, and it would seem to be almost im
possible to perform so much work without
detection. 1 1 Te consider the robbery a very
'bold one, under the ' circumshinces.—
Clearfiekil County Items
Certainly the charge of heathenism will
not apply to our town, if the church build
-ings are accepted as monuments of god
lineSs. Within a period, of three years,
from $75,009 .to 550,006 has, been • in
vested lii church property hi this borough.
The Catholics were tin first to move, by
way of imprOvement, entirely remodeling
their building at a heavy expense. Next
'the Episcopalians refitted theirs in a mag
nificent style. Then the Presbyterians and.
Methodists followed, by each erecting a
grand building, not equaled in any , town
in the State of like population. The Baptists
also repaired their hand-some brick Structure
during the Past year and within - the last
;feW Months the Lutherans have given their
building . a complete overhauling, until,
externally and internally, it compares fa
vorably with any of them. The painting
and frescoeing inside leads one to believe
that helms got into the wrong chin-ch.:and
adds mach to its grandeur.
Now, if the membership of these-respec
tive churches embellish their. walk .and
;Conversation as highly :as ; they have their
church property, they will be as readily
distinguished from the worldlings as their
churches are from saloons or the jail.—
CleaKfield Republican. , .
A wolf has . been killed in Lickug
'Ceek " Valley, - Mifflin Coudty. Xs
George Rittenhouse and others were out
hunting, deer, the - , other day,:_they: were
chaSeeby'eight ten wolves, of .which
number the hunters killed one which
measured six feet from the nose, to the tip
of the tail. It had been feeding upon deer
meat: :This' we learn from the Lewistown
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a.stori, of the present dity, with a full-page
Illustration.; Poems for a Golden Wed
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and Bayard • Taylor ; • Christmas Panto
mimes ; The Blue Cabinet '• The Old Year
and the New; The Secret Agent ; Justice
forDlue-Beard ; Cross and Crown ; Pearl
of Great -Price ; The Parisian New Year's,
by Gob. M. Towle ; Neither Dead or Living;
Spain a Repta)lic, by Karl Blind ; Golden
Dreams, a Christmas Story; by Albert
Fabic; Our Monthly Gossip ; Literatme
of the Day: Subscription price, $4.00 rer
aumini.• Single numbers, .85 cents. •
THE NEW ECLECTIC.—The first number
of Vel. TV of this live magazine is on our
table; and as usual replete with readable
matter, The present number contains
ieresting articles from the pens of William
Head Brown, Anthony Trollope, author of
John Halifax. Editorals of interest, and
choice selections from "The Fortnight'y
Review," "The Round Table," "The Sat
urday Review," "Once Week," "N. Y.
Tribune-," "World," "Times"- and other
able publications both in this country-and
Europe. Published by Turnbull and Mur
doch, 54 Lexington Baltimore, Md.
On. the 26th ult., at Snyder'., Hotel, in Cen
tral Oity,; by elder W. A. Ridge, Mr. Andrew
E. Bowes to Miss Hannah Melissa Wittts, all of
Celitre county, Pa.
On the same day, by the same, at Eael.wil le,
Mr...Cyhts W. Walker to Miss TmeAta Dehasse,
all of Clinton county.
On the Sth rout., at the house of Mr. George
Swartz, in Ilablersburg, by the Rev. J. E. Long,
Mr. Wm. S. Search, of Prairie City, lowa, to
Miss Elizabeth A. Binkard, of Iludersburg,.
On the 26th ult., at the residence of the
bride's mother,-by the Rev. D. Castleman, Mr.
J. T. McCormick, to Miss Henrietta B. Cot
'till, both of Potters Mills, Pa.
On the 17th inst., at the residence of the bride's
father, by the same, Mr. James Bouse to Miss
Elizabeth G. Armstrong, both of Potters Mills
On the Mb., by the Rev. Alfred Toerdans,
George M. Tibbons to Agnes A. Morrison. both
. " At the residence Of 14Irs. Simlccy, Edmund
Gibson, of lung disease, aged 18 years.
• .4h.r.LE.Foxy.E, Dee. 4,186 S.
Grain and Flour Harlot.
Flour per barrel $ll 00
White wheat be r bushel 1,00
Red wheat cc "
Corn (new) cc cc
Rye per bushel 1,25
Buckwheat per bushel . 1,00
Apples dried ; per pound SO 12 a 15
Dried Peaches, per pound a 18
Dried Cherries " " ....
Beans per quart
Butter per pound
Beefsteak per pound
Beef roasts • a 20
Chickens each, live 40 a 50
Turkeys live,.eacli 1 00 a 2 00
Cheese per pound 22 a 25
Hams per pound 20 a 22
Bacon a 16
Lard, per pound , 'l5
Eggs per dozen 20 a 25
Mutton and Lamb per pound 10 a 20
Veal cutlets per pound a 20
Potatoes per bushel .$.l. 25
Goal by 6hortlidge & Co.
Anthracite coal at yard.
Sliarnokin Pea Coal $4 00 per ton
Shamokin .. 7 00 per ton
Sliamokib Stove 800 per ton
Shamokin Egg- S 00 per Una
Shamokin Broken 7 SO per ton
WU kesbarre Nut S 00 per ton
Wilkesbarre Stove S SO per ton
Wilkesbarre Egg S SO per ton
Wilkesbarre Broken . SSu pe6ton
Irrin.m.'s Antidote for strong drink for
sale at Green's..
MAGNoLi.a WATBI,—A delightful toilet art!
ele—superior to Cologne and at half the price
PUBLIC attention is invited to "the Hems.
hold Gas Machine advertised in another coltnn
by David Jones, of Philadelphia.
S ticonsspur,, beemue of superior merit. Mrs.
S. A. Allen's Improved new style Hair restorer
or dressing, in one bottle, Every Druggist sells
it. price One Dollar.
"IVILL wonders never case ?" is the
uniform exclamation of the millions who
constantly use Barrett's Vegetable Hair
Restorative." One bottle will convince the
most sceptical of its miraculous effect upon
the human hair.
DEAFNESS, BLINDNESS and Catarrh treated
with the utmost F ucces s by T. Isaacs, M. D.
and Professor -ofiseases of the Eye and Ear
in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 12
years experience, formerly of Leyden, mei
land,l No.. SO5 Arch street, Philadelphia.
Testimonials can be seen at his office. The
medical faculty are invited to accompany
their patients as he has no secrets in his prac
tice. Artificial eyes inserted without pain.
No charge for examination. Dec 4 tf
"TatUfibay SeiZallil.blanch your brow,'
but it cannot .silver-your- hair, if you I.le
that excellent' fene,wqr 4.newn-Fie".ll;arrett'S
Vegetable Hair HestoratiVe" to the iabso
e exclusion of all- t e..viler,cQnifounds
with which the n4liset . is
mouth Journal. •
Thick Plantation Bitters, andwith them. a new
lease of life. The old are made young again
the middle-aged rejoice, and the young become
doubly brilliant by using this splendid tonic.
Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Liver Complaint, Head
ache, Pains MUIR. side, in the back," and
ad symptoms of Stomachic Derangement; yield
at once to the health giving influence of Planta
ton Bitters. They add strength to the system
and buoyancy to the mind. •
ALlpl4.—Last week we called attention
Constitution Bitters 'of!Seward &
Bently, and now we take pleasure in
noteing their Alisma for the 'hair, - Which
is said to be a very fine article for the toilet.
We arq, of the opinion that the preparation
of S. & B. are all good, for the reputation
as',Drungists is good evidence
that they would', not7put any thing in.the,
market of an ordinary character. F.
Green has it for sale and we hope our
- friends will try it.
For all Bronchial affections,tryiSeward's
To Cox9ysrex.T.v9..7-The Advirtie.Whaving,
been restored to health in a fevi weeks, by a
very simple remedy. after having suffered sex?
oral years with a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to Make
known to his fellow sufferers the means of.cure•
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription; used (free offh - barge,) with the di
rections for preparing and using the same, which
they will find a sure Cure for Consuption. Asth
ma, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of the ad
vertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the afflicted, and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost theili
nothing and may, pro,ve a, Messing, Parties'
wishing the perscriptimi will please: address t ff -,, '
REv. EDWARD A. WILSON, . '
165 South f.ld St., Williamsburg, Kings Co. N. Y
Wu wish to call particular attention to SeV`i:
aril & Bentley's Constitution Bitters, adver
tised in par paper this week. Their Bitters are
said to lie the finest tonip and most agreeable
stimulant fo , r ther*eak and delicate; of any bile- .
ters heretofore in use. They have been used in.
many loc alitir swith the most gratifying results,,
and are highly recommended by physicians for ;
the preventing of Fevers. Fever and Ague; and
all maloridus diseases. They create a healthy
appetit ' and strengthen the whole system. We .
arc . glad to have them introduced in this sec
tion, and hope' they will take the place 'of all.
the poisonous compounds heretofiire palmed off
on the invalid as Bitters. From what we have
heard said of them by those who ought to know,
we are satisfied that a fair trial will convince
ali that tiry are as represented—a superior me
dicinal preparation. They are sold by
For a Cough, use "Seward's Cough Cure;"
Ton DvsrErne.—The trials and sufferings , .
of the Dyspeptic can only bo realized by those
so unforturato as to be afflicted hr this di
sease, and yet how many of them suffer and
continue to suffer ? Why they do this so pa
d.iently it is imposSilire to tell. It maybe from
ignorance of any 'Certain remedy, or it may
he from prejudice against the use of a Patent
Medicine. llooflantPs 'German Bitters• has
cured thousands of the .worst cases of Dys
pepsia, and each day adds new names to the
word of' its usefulness. Give the Bitters a
lloofland'a Bittericorititins'no Liquor
in any form. Ilooftnd's German Tonic is'it
combination of all the ingredihnts of the
Bitters, with pure Santa Cruz rum, apise",,
orange, Atc., making a preparation of 'rare
medical value. The tonic is used for the same
dise•Ases.as the bitters,• in cases .where.sorna
Alco'h'olic Stimidui: is necessary. Principa.
Office, 63.1 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. Sold
by Druggists and others, everywhere. . •
While we sympathize with our friends of
Oak Hall in the . loss.of one of their firni,
we appreCiate the opportunity that is now
for a few days offered to our readers to se
cure a bargain in clothing which will repay
ten-fold a visit to the city. We, the editor
of this paper, will certainly not lose the.
chance; but will either .go 'or. send far some
>thing from Wanamaker & Brown's. •We
advise you all to do the same thing, for sure
atexe. that if you don't you will regret it
all winter. ". " =
It will not be a bad idea for us to go "en
masse and get the whple ,county "dressed
up" for once—Lcleap for - cash, and if any
cannot go let them send their orders along
with us, and by getting such a big lot .at.
once, no doubt our delegation could secure
even better terms than will be current;
Whether go it singly or together, let his
go at once ' .forilrst scome is :first serred,
and we all 1: - now what a rush these will be
as soon as this announcement is made
garCh 10, 1888
JAcor. SHEET; Esq.—Some eight months
ago when suffering from great nervous pros
tration , 'the result of -Akposure and overtasked
energies, I was induced by you, (an old
friend) to take as a tonic your celebrated
Bitter Cordial; and so agreeably
have been its beneficial effM3l - . tliat
refra:n from thus bearing testimony in its
favor. As a beverage, it is as pleasant and
delightful ds a glita's of rich, dark, brown
sherry ; as an appetizer before meals, per,
lcctly magical-; and as a digester of food, the
most potent compound I ever knew. ARS
gc:ther, I consider it one of the happiest com:'
binations of medicinal herbs ever offered to.
the public as a curative. I most cheerfully
and "conadently recommend it to every suf
ferer from; Debility, Dyspepsittoancl Rbeuma
-iisni. As a substitute for the villainous nieho
(Moho and vinous concoctions imbibed at to
,many of the public bars of the present day
it must also prove a ble3siog.
E. , 1 1 7; BLACKBURN,' •
V3'..R.cad Shectz's standing advertis.omer.t
u another column.
rUIA - ‘ Is 1:V1'11'13E1E111'1S
TN THE MATTER OF THE ES!:-
tato of Archibald Dean, decd.
The undersigned, an auditor appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Contra county,to mnitb
distribution of the balance in the hands of
Josiah 11. Brown, administrator of ac.. to.
the parties entitled thereto, will attend to the
duties of his appointment at his office in Belle
fonte, on Friday, the Sth of January; 1560, at
10 o'clock, a. m. J.N` O. G. LOVE, Auditor. •
dee 11- is • - •
IN THE MATTER OF THE•Ee
. tato of Jacob Stover, , dee'd.
The undersigned, appointed by order of the
Orphans' Court of Centre county, to. make
distribution of the balance in the hands of B.
0. Deininger. administrator to and amongst
the persons entitled thereto, will attend to tho
duties of his appointment at his office in
Bellefonte, on Thursd , iy, tho 7th day of Jan -
uary, Ding, at 1 o'ciock, p. tn.
• deed 1-ts • JNO. G..LOVE, Auditor.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans'
Court of-Centre county, will be exposed to
public sale on tho premises at Shingletown,
near Boalsburg, Pa„
ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 1868,
at 10 o'clock, A. M., the following described
real estate : A certain 'rnessnage,: tenement,.
or tract of land, situate in Barris township,
Centre county, Penn's.., be coded and de
scribed as follows: On the cast by Nicholas
Strong, •on :the north, by lands of Oliver
'Campbell, on the west by lands of Jacob
Musser's heirs, and on the south by Nittany
mountain, containing about seventeen acres,
on which is erected a two-story frame house,
frame stable and other outbuildings.
. TERMS OF SALE.—One• third: on con
firmation'of sale by the Court ; l Ono third in
one year thereafter, with interest, and the
balance at death. of the widow, with interest
payable annually during her life, the last two
tenements to be securqd by Bond and mort
gape. _ _ _
.22 a 25
.12 a 25
. a 4.5
20 a 22
GEO. W. SWARTZ,
Guardian of Anna Fox 2.nd Lawrence Fox
10 30 3t
c - IriTTRE COUNTY TEACH
ERS INSTIT UTE.—The annual County
Institute will be held at Unionville, commenc
ing on MONDAY, Dcc. 28, and closing on
Friday evening, Jan. 1. Teachers and others
in attendance will be accommodated at 75
cents per day.
Free return tickets will be given to those
who pay full fare in coming to tho Institute.
The law instructs directors to' allow teach
ers for the time they are in attendance at tho
Institute, and count it the same as teaching,
but wnother directors allow the time or not, it
is the duty of all teachers to be present. (See
Penn'a Sch 00l Journal, May,. 1867.) Direc
tors, parents and friends or education gener
ally, are invited to meet with us. By order
of Ex SCUT' YE COMMITTEE.
Proposals for 'the building
of a STONE CHURCH for the Spring Creek
congregation, near the cite of the present
Spring Creek Presbyterian Church in Harris
township, will be received up to the 15th ins
For plans and speeille4tions, apply to •
REV. MR. HAMILL,
decs.3t' Cbmn Building. Committee.
Came to the rosidenco of
Jacob Eckley,. in Houston 46wnship, •about
the first of August last, a Red litifer, about
one year old last .spring, marked with slit in
both ears. Tfie owner is requested to .come
forward, prove 'property, pay charges, and
take her ( away, otherwise she will be disposed
of according to law. n027-3t
MORNING, DECEMBER 18, 1868.
N THE MATTER OR THE ES
- - - ate, - of Elizabeth Rockey,.
dec'd. The tuMersigned, appointed by ,the
Orphans' Court of Centre county, at the ,No
vember Mins, 186 S, to adjust the exceptions
to the account of John Rockey, executor; 6e:
of Elizabeth Rockoy, dec'd, will attend to the
duties of his appointment on Thursday, Jan
uary 7, a. d.,1860, at 2 o'clock, p. m., at his
office in Bellefonte, at which time and place
all parties interested may attend if they see
proper. td A. 11— HENDERSON, Auditor.
Remy 'Fleisher In the Court of Common
vs) }Pleas of Centre Co. No. 3S,
Sarah Fleisher Jan. T, 1863, Subpoena in
Divorce. The undersigned,. a Commissioner
appointed by the said Court to take testimony
in the above cause, will attend to the duties of
his appointment on Tuesday,January 12,1869,
at 2 o'clock, p. m., at his office in Bellefonte,at
which Limo and place all parties interested
muy attend if they see proper.
decll-td A. D. HENDERSON, COM.
_ . . An
.election . for 'officers' of
the'Bad'Eaglti , and' NittanY Valley Turnpike
company, Nriltbe . held at the office of Wm. P.
pact.,. in _Bellefonte, .on. Monday, the
28111; Amy of;D.eeetabc:r,•l B 6B, for the - election
of Prasidenl,. Managers; Ttea§hier and See-
retary, to servo for the ensuing year. or until
acc4:..3 s: .; 5
riAIITIOR: - ' . .
4 ` Whereas:My 'wife Harriet
Williams has loft my bad.and:buard:,withont
cause, I herelly i give-nacos-to, all parsons 'not
to harbor s or Mit tier on my account, as I will
.nOtp'dy'br be%liabla for any debts contracted
la - htT/;":, WILSON WILLIAMS.
- gilesunrg, Dec. 4„3t*
TAWIN WI. SON are con-
staiitly - reoeiving now. goods in their lino.
:4" - A . .41:
of every description at reduced pricas—noW
being opened every day. mar29th
AMPS ,QF EVERY VARTE
! and MO at IRWIN Sr, WILSON'S.
BAROMETERS and Thermome
iers at , IRWIN, &WILSON'S.
THE ANVIL STORE, is now re
_L. ceiving a large and yell assorted_ , Stock
of Hardware,, Stoves, Nails, .11orse Shoes,
Saddlery; Glass; Paints; Sheet, Bar And Hoop
rron,also Buggy and Waggon Sto - Ok of every
dcsription.—Call. and • supply yourselves at
the lowest possible-Yates.
nov9 _.:• NVINA WILSON.
S: C.49av,Whigegale and _Beta
.cheap, by & WILSON.
- 1 1 P, 1
VINE TABLE CUTLERY,
inchidirigplatedlotlts',.spoons, aa., at.
IDOCETIT. U..CLEICY.-:, alt,niakes
and prices at -- &Wir.oiores.
:renowling pica& at
OROSS,CITT AND. MILL SAWS, kJ. best initlie at IRWIN 5c WILSON'S.
mail ' • ' ' ""'"
cQ . F ss r or ,
tmen O IN TRIM lINGS, a I N aI S7. e
mart , , .
- 1111111 AND BELL ; - ,ANp. DOOR
Bellap ill sizei.anCl . kinils.rii: . '
mart:- • r • IBWIN k IVITAa'S. •
1 - IRYBOARDS Plank-and Scant
sOF•by • .1,4,w.rN it- WILSON.
.T.AP.A.ISNED TOILET :SETTS.
and other Japanned: ware, at th'e` Anvil
QPINDLE - SIMINS_Abr wagons,
L) . sizes, arthe sign or tiro -Anvil.
rftwaN t WILSON.
°KING:GLASS PLATES of
alPaizes for sole , by IRYTIN la WILSON.
OLTS for Buggies anaCarriaggs,
_PLY au.siias iii.iisco; :Fire Bolts,ilittto, at
'mart IRWIN WISON'S.
of the best make, from 4 lbs up to 120,-
000 lbs. 18,W.T.N /6' WILSON.
pARL COOK STOVES,
Parlor Stoves, and four sizes of Gas-
Burners constantly on hand and for sale at
roar 2 ..t." WILSON'S. ,
-- croRN BLANKETS tr . SLEIGH
BEI,Lp, - (ct low prices, , _
dec2,l,'CO „ , WILSONS'.
FTNIQN;PATENT C.A.UJIN, the
IL) • .bast'in use at IRWIN.4.t . WILSON'S.
dee2l'lB66 • -
COPPER KETTLES OF DIF
FER:II •IT :sties and direct
from the Factory, at low rates by
10 16 tf • ' WILSON.
11[01.11 4 DING--:Gilt,"Ilos ewood &
Plain Walnut of all sizes for frames.
tnnyll,66 IRWIN Si WILSON.
4 .AN STORE. -
The Anvil Store' is now receiving the largest
and best lot of Stoves ever brought to the mar
ket, among which is the justly celebrated
.ORIENTAL PARLOR STOVE,
all sizes, Parlor Heaters, for &amber above
These stoves have no equal for beauty or utility
NIAGARA COOK; Four sizes.
SUSQUEHANNA COOK, Four sizes.
NEW AND IMPROVED PARLOR GAS
BURNERS, Four Sizes. •
• NEW STYLES EGG STOVE.
• . NEW STYLE ARCTIC.
• NEW STYLE PICKET STOVES,
and various other patterns; also Heating Fur
naces for dwellings and churches, to be put up
with. bricks; and portable, cased with galvanized
sheet, to be used withoutbricks, which will heat
from-four to eight rooms ' according to size. •
9 25 tf IRWIN &.• WLLSON.
11 A1C P 'S
HEATING ,t, COINING
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invite eisanination sad warrant every
Rano which we set to give entire satLsfaction.
Also Manufacturing Dallas In
And Agents for the Celebrated
Magee Patent Heaters,
Ranges and Stoves.
RAND, PERKINS & CO
No. 124 N. Sixth Street,
PHILADELITT - TIA, PA
Send for descriptive Circular.
Oct .3 -18
FRESH '1 1 1733 OYSTERS.
We'keep constantly on hand rt full and yell selected stock of
SUPERFINE FAMILY FLOUR,
LIGGET.'S BT.TOK.MTHEAT FLOUR,
NEW CORN MEAL,
PRIME RIO COFFEE,
OLD, GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE,
XX PORTO RICO BAKING MOLASSES,
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
NEW NO. 1 MACKEREL,
NEW SMOKED HALLIBUT,
PRIME FACTORY CHEESE,
COAL , OIL AND LAMPS,
DRIED FRUITS, of all kinds,
CANNED FR TITS, of all kinds,
FOREIGN FRUITS, of all kinds,
HAND-PICKED WINTER APPLES„
And all other kinds of Goods that are necessary to make the
Culinary Department .complete and the table inviting.
SEMLER MOORE D .
Allegheny St., 'Bellefonte.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
. . - •
_ .• -
LAZARUS & MORRIS'
and Eye Glasses.
One of the firm will be at tho Store of their
Agent - -
Q. IV: PATTON,
DEALER IN TEIVEIr.RI - , WATDRES, rTc.,
Solo Agent for Bellefonte, Pa., •
.For two days only, Friday and Satuarday,
January Ist and 2nd.. •
. nttends for the purpose of assisting Mr.
Patton,in fitting the eye in difficult or unusual
eases. Those suffering from imoared or dioaas
ed vision are reecommeuded to avail them.
selves of this 'oplitirtuiiity :
Our Spectacles and "Eve-Glasses are
Acknowledged to be. the
• Most Perfect
assistance to sight ever manufactured, and can
always be relied upon as afording perfect ease
and comfort while strengthen and preserving
ing the Eyes most thoroughly.
We take occasion to notify the Pub
lic that we employ no pedlars,
and to caution them against
' those pretending tp have
our goods for srle:
Oct. 2, '6B-Iy.
ei to. PECK'S NEW
- lOR CREAM AND,
In room formerly occupied by C. H. Stoneroad;
under Bush's arcade. Meals prepared at all
hours. A first - clams
connnected with the Restaurant.
PATENT OFFICES.— Inventors
who wish to take out Lethal Pattent are ad
vised to counsel with M UNNM CO., Editors of
the Scientific American, who have prosecuted
claims before the Patent Office for over Twenty
Years. Their American and European Patent
Agency is the most extensive in the world.—
Charges less than any other reliable agency. A
PaMplilet containing full instructions to inven
tors is sent gratis.
A handsome Bound volume, containing 150
Mechanical engravings, and tho United States
Census by Counties, with. Hints and Receipts for
Mechanics, mailed on receipt of 20 cents.
Address, MURK CO,. •
Oct 2-11 37 Park Rovr,N.Y.
CONRA_D HOUSE •
E ST At RANT •
HARRY KLINE, Finorrawroß.
Fresh oysters, shell and tub—sold by the quart
hundred or plate. Parties desiring oysters can
rely upon these being fresh and nice.
Oysters serv,:d in every style• 11 13 1
f r, FOR THE
J. H. HAHN,
No. 4, Bush's Arcade, (with G. W. Fairer
C 0.,) Bellefonte, Pa.
The best selection of
Thimbles, Sleeve Buttons
at SU.VER PLATED wAtir.
And trimmings of all kinds.
The above goods are the most suitable
than can be made, and in. price, Mr. Hahn is
not to be undersold in the county.
All work such as Watches. Cloaks, Jewelry
&c., will bo promptly, and carcrudy executed,
Also, Musical Clocks and Boxes, skillfully re
paired. Don't forgot the plate, No. 4 tlushs'
MULES FOR SALE. _
A pair of Mules that will work either
single or double, can ho obtained on easy
terms by enquiring at this office,
10 30 tf.
The undersigned would respectfully
call the attention of the citizens of Ilclietonte
and vicinity to the superior quality of
constantly to be found on hand. Beef, Pork
Mutton, Veal, Poultry. he.- always on hand.
JESSE ;+lol[ :AN,
N. W. Cor.Diatuond, opposite Cum t House.
T't J. .11..A.RMS,
No. 5, Brockerhoff Row
A large assortment of
Cutlery, eze. constantly on hand.'
Al legheny Svreot"
F' GROCERIES—Mocha Cof
fee, old:Government Java,
of Rio Coffee, Brown Coffee, Best oolong Black
Teas, Green Teas, Lovering , Syrup, Golden
Syrup, Drips, fine article Baking Molasses,
Rice, and everything in the Grocery line, at
the owest cash price. If you want the best
article of Groceries in the market, BURN
SIDE'S ds THOMAS' is theplace.
ITis proverbial in Bellefonte and
throughout tho coanty if you want a
good article go to
BURNSIDE'S S: THOMAS.
WHITMAN'S Celebrated Con
, y fectionoriesWhitman's celebrated
Chocolate, Baker's Chocolate, Smith's Choco
late, China Ginger,English Pickles, American
LEATHER of all descriptions.—
French Calf skins, Spanish Silo alma
ther,-Moroccoes, Sheep Skin:, Linings, and
everything:in the Leather line. Warranted
to give satisfaction.
BURNSIDE & THOMAS.
QIIOE - MAKER'S TOOLS and.
k.. 7 Findings in all their varieties. Saddlery,
Buckles, Hook Bits, spots, Rings, and every
thing a saddler wants in the manufacturing
of harness is to be found at
RARDWARE, nives, Spoons,
Coffee Mills, Sli v IF.. Spades, Rakes,
floes, Lamps, Forks, Chains, &a., at
BU !INSIDE'S THOMAS.
FISHI.NG TACKEL, Rods, Lines,
; Hooks Flies, Sea-Hair Baskets, (rig
you out to catch trout.) at
r:BURNSIDE'S & THOMAS.
BASISETS in all their variety,
Children's Carriages, Willow-Ware,
Guns, Pistols, Powder, Shot and Caps, Car
tridges, &c. Also, Toys of all kinds, at
eurorspE's & THOMAS'.
NEW PATTERNS of Oit Cloths
at reduced prices at
. BURNSIDE'S THOMAS.
NOTIONS of all kinds, Stockings,
Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Combs,. Pocket
books, in all their variety, and very cheap.
Turkey Prunes, Raisins, Peaches, Apples,
Oranges, Lentons,all kinds of foreign Fruit.
Gams, Bacon dx. Canned Fruits, Peaches,
Tomatoes, Pino Apples, Peas,
in great vari
qty. Barrett's Soap, Van Kagan Kean's
Olive Soap, Dobbins' Soap, Tep Oakeiy Soap,
Old Castile, Palm Soap, Elderberry Soap, and
a great variety of other soaps at
BURNSIDE'S tt . THOMAS.
THE highest market price paid for
all kinds of country produce by
FFIE largest anii k best stock of
Boots and Shoes, arranted to give
satisfaction, at reduced prices, only to be
'SPICES of all varieties, ground to
order, and warranted to be strictly pure.
It is the only place you can Lind unadulter
ated spices. Try them for your own satisfac
tion. BURNSIDE do THOMAS.
HERRING, White Fish, Mack
erel, &e., at -
Aprlo;6s. pURNSIDE'S d THOMAS.
BURNSIDE t THOMAS offer to
the public o re of the largest and best
selected:stocks of merchandise in Centre coun
ty. Call, examine, and see for yourselves.
NO, 5, BUSH'S ARCADE,
My entire stock or Ladies' Dress Goods,
Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnnishing,
Goods, etc., etc., for cheapness and durability
are not equalled in Centre connty.9
aprl 6s-tf C. DERR.
Are meeting with rare success in sell
ing Sir S. W. Balzer's' Explorations and Adven
tures among the Nile tributaries of Abyssinia
to which is now :Wed an account of the Cap
tivity and release of English subjects, and the
career of the laze Emperor Theodore, No hook
is received among all classes of people WI h
such unbounded 'favor, or so fully combines
thrilling interest with solid insruction. Agents,
male and female. sell it rapidly.
"An admirable record of scientific explora
tion, geographical discovery, and personal ad
venture."—N, Y. Tribune.
"It is issued in a very attractive feral. and is
as entertaining as u romance."--Boston Journal
Full particulars on application to U. D. Cas
& Co., Putiliatters, ltartiont, Conn.
10 10 4t
• MILITARY CLAIM AGENT, wil
attend to all business entrusted to his care
Office with W. P. Wilson, Esq., Bellefonte
Pa April 28th '65.
Sioo PER MONTH.—AGENTS
Wanted, Male or Female, that can earn
from 555 to :. , 100 a month at their own homes,
and all expenses paid. For full particulars ad
dress with two stamps. E. E. LOCKWOOD.
10 10 Gt* -Agent.
A large lot of Sash, Doors, Flooring,
Moulding,&c., will be sold below the regular
Plaiting ill price, for cash.
A S VALENTINE '
9 25 3t E 31 VALENTINE.
TREMENDOUS Stock of Horse
1 Blankets, Buffalo Robes, and Duckukin
3.0!2:'133 BURNSIDE & THOMATi
BURNSIDE'S & THOMAS'
BURNSIDE'S 41: TUOMAS'
SIONS, &c., at
DRY GOODS& GROCERIES
MONEY AND TIME SAVED I
By going diroct to
HOIVELL. GILLILAND & CO
1 & 2 BUSH'S ARCADE,
To purchase everything in the line of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,:
NOTIONS, .l, C., ctC.
stock, is without doubt, and wo chal
lenge denial, the largest ever opened in Belle
literally packed full of the finest and
Cheapest articles in opr line that can be obtained
in the eastern markets. In
We are ahead of any merchant in the County
Although our stock heretofore has been
;,large, the present completely eclipses
anything ever before attempted in
this section. An examination
will prove the truth of our
Remember the Place !
HOWELL, QILLILAND Jr. CO.
941 y Bush's Arcade
THE LATEST RETURNS
of Milesburg, would respectfully invito the at
tention of his friends to the fact that ho has
purchased tho handsome storo of William J.
Cooke, and has just replenished it with a
fine stock of now goods which ho is prepared
to disposo of on cash terms at the most hon
orable prices. With a reasonable share of
public patronage wo hope to makatbis estab
lishment comparo favorably with the best in
the county, and will undertake to furnisk all
BOOTS .b SHOES,
FLOUR, FEED, &C.,
As•low as they can be purchased elsewhere.
All are invited to call and examine our stock,
while they are left perfec.ly free to purchase
where they can do best.
1113 tf THOMAS HOLAHAN.
GRAND ST., CHEAP STORE
Importer and Jobber of
Straw Goods of Every De
Knitted and Woven Worsted Goods., Le.
Nos. 309, 311, and 311 1 2 GRAND St.;, nd
166, 63 and 70 Allen Street,
11-8-3 m NEW YORK °ITV.
SUGDEN & BRADBURY,
with Lord t Taylor,)
At their new and elegant establishrimt
Nos. 312 and 314 B 0 E R Y ,
Near Bleeelter Street,
Are constantly receiving the most appl, ed
styles and qualities of seasonable
Silks, Shawls, Dress Goods,
Cloaks, Fancy o°o4, Lace Curtains,
Which they aro offering at prices nth . , s
MUCH LOWER THAN ANY 0::; R
FIRST CLASS 110 USE,
BURNS & SAIUCKER,,
NO. 605, MARKET ST., PBILA
J. Morris Burns, of B. S. Janney, •
Co. S. Smucker, of S. Smucker, Jr.
EYRE lt LANDELL,
FOURTH. ,t; ARCH STS., PIIILADELP
Good Black SILKS,
Good Colored Sli
PALL GOODS OPENING
FANCY AND STAPLE'.
Lyons Silk Velvets, New Style Shawl . Now
Dress Goods, Good Blankets, Table Li
Sheetings and Shirtings, Cloths and Cas,o:l •i•
N. B.- New Goo 4116 received daily
ots for Jobbing.
EYRE tf: LANDEVL,
4th Jr. Arch, Philadeip'
10 16-6 t jcir
GROCERIES, such as Sui•
Syrups, Lagura and Rio Coffees, • ,
Tobacco, Spices, Imperial, Young Ilysoi , ,
Oolong 'roa, for salo by
fIITEENS, GLASS and CRO. -
100- A. STEBNBE
- LUSH, SALT ANDB A N
constantly for sale. A. ST.ERNI• • .
SIOOA MONTH -MALE OR FE-
Male Agents wanted.
$5O to be invested :it
9000 the purchaso ut
kinds of gram from farmers in Centre coo.
Call at the store of A. STERNBER‘.
NEW TIN AND SHEET IRON
WARE MAN UFACTOItY,
Immediately opposite Bush's Building, ~t,
the west side of Spring Creek,
JOIrN H. LONEBERGER,
formorly.cloing, business in thii lino in nisi.
•treot, has again eAablislicil a Tin and
Iron Ware Manufactory, in the locality abi,
mentioned, where he is prepared to supply
public with every article d Yira bin in i•
branch of the trade at Idvt:Yu Prtiens.
ways made of the h-st twiterial4.
ROOFING AND SI'ot7TING
will reeeire prompt attention. and at rew.o; .
able rates, and everything desired in this li.•
will be promptly mad,: to suit partici"
'OLD IRON, COPPER, PRWTER AAO
RAGS, taken in exchange for manufUcturt , :
MAUR TILE PLACE! NEAR NE\\
11EAD I VAT s ERS FOR GEN
. A new' assortment of Gauze. Morino, Litwin
and Jean undershirts and drawers. Neckties
and bows of every description, gloves, suspen
ders collars, hats, caps, by
W. W. MONTGOMERY,
MERCHANT TAILOP, AND CLOTHIER,
Agent for the celebrated Singer Sewing Ma
chine. 9 4'68 t
Notice is hereby given to all persona
not to trust H. 0. Smith, ajad aged 16, who ran
away from Unionville, on the 17th ult. Clinton
Republican plowe Copy and tend bill to aiN n .
[1.14 Ut] BENJ. RICH.