Centre Hall reporter. (Centre Hall, Pa.) 1868-1871, May 08, 1868, Image 3

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CENTRE HALL REPORTER.
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Centre Hall, Pa.. May 8th, 1868,
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LOCAL ITEMS.
Za May we ask our friends to aid in in-
“reasing the circulation of the Rerortenr?
Cannet cach one of our present subseribers
tend us at least one nune with the subserip-
tion price, which &1.50 in advance,
Triends, try it at once. aplout,
e—
Locar News. — We will thank ourfriends
af Potter and surrounding townships, forall
loeal items of interest they ean furnish for
publication. Cnly communicate to us the
tacts, and we will put them in shape tor the
paper,
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vallies, which business men will do well to
note, Asan advertising medium they will
find it all they could desire.
@ Pe
2 Two Nrw Emprine Sewing Ma-
CHINES, warranted, for sale at this Odice,
re tp
A coon Watchmaker would un-
doubtedly find Centre Hall a good
opening—there being none nearer than
Bellefonte.
een le pee
Trix Bath (Me..) Times savs, John
{.. Weston, recently killed twenty-three
shot, in the field of Mr.
in the north partof Wool-
vrows at one
W R. Lilly,
wich.
This beats our friend, Laf. Neff all
hollow, and he will have to try again
{or the prize. ~~
meme lt Mer
Far Law.—An act to prohibit all!
kindsof fishing, whether with hook-and-
lihe, net or hasket from the Ist of Sep-
teniber to first of April, in Penng-creek,
Pine creek and Elk creek, in this conn-
tv, we learn from Mr. Meek, has)
ed the Legislature, and ix now a law,
having been signed by the governor,
In the months of April, Mav, June,
July and Auerust, therefore, fishing
with hook-and-line, net fish-hasket,
1s not prohibited.
HIN S-
or
et indie snd
Tur Rerorren office has been ho
ored with many visitors, sinee its estab-
Lishment here, and all admive qur fine
location and the splendid view to be
had from our windows, frout and rear.
Amon our visttors we counted a crood-
Iv share of the fair sex of this vicinity,
who encourage us with their smiles,
Although we have a printed card up-
on our walls, inseribed with, “hoyg not |
allowed to loaf here,” we wish the la-
dies not to mistake its meaning and
think it may apply themselves also,
but we will have it distinctly under-
stood that they can “loaf™ in our office
us mach as they please; and the more
the better.
to
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Di. Rmith took courage to furnish
the Reronreer office with three com-
fortable arm chairs, one day this week.
The Doctor, ne doubt had pity for ux,
seeing that our editorial tri-pod consis-
ted of one of Dr. Avers medicine boxes
—we don't know whet! :
worse than the first California Legizla-
ture, which sat upon empty nail-kees. |
Now it any one has the heart to put a
nice, easy lounge into our office, we just
dare "em to do it. The Doctor will
please cossider our hat off,
smi oil frames
Fier ix Haines Tr.—The dwel- |
ling house ocenpied by Michacl H Mus
ser, merchant, and Michael F. Fidler,
farmer, on the pike about 4 miles be
low Aaronshure, better k as Hu- |
blers hotel stand, was dostroved by five |
on last Satarday morning, 2nd inst. |
Nearly ail the furniture and household
roods, belonging to these two families |
were consumed. The fire occured ear-
Iv in the morning, and it is sgpposed, |
was caused hy some huriine coals from
the bakaoven, which had been heated |
the day before. The fire was comna-
nieated to the barn which stood some
role distant, but was put out again
before much damace was 1] |
only through tho efforts of the neich-
ier thix was any
Howil
ar
Wid
One,
that remained standing after the fire.
The property was owned by Mi, Hen-
ry Fidler,
insurance.
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pr
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when first tried the ease was decided
against the complainant Jameson, who
up last week.
case were allowed to go home over Run-
claims that will be brought in against
thereon, to some S1000),
each.
rr sine ff rtf. MP mem one
Mr. Bush is about to erect a
hotel near the Bellefonte depot.
reel eat mse emma
meat and fish a few nights ago.
eel te
ing apparently good health.
tee iri
We saw very good carpet sold at
shoes st 81,00 per pair, and syrup at 50
cent per gallon. Go and see.
a
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We call the attention of our Penns-
valley readers to the advertiserent of
Graft’ & Thompron, merchants at Mil-
vev, Pa. It will be seen that they
have one of that kind of stores, in which
vou only need ask for what you wish,
and they can accomodate yon. Their
dealings _are extensive, and embrace
various branches of trade. Farmers
-— o 5
€
sn Mi otf Mp
Howry, Gilliland & Co., at Belle:
town, and in their establishment 1s a
constant hum of business. Their stock
fied.
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STATE OF THE WEATHER.
Tth rain,
Seare oF tite Mop—Qur mad
the mud here, to be aver tro jeel—we
don't mean 24 inches, but real
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Pavements and side-walks noae ; these
lieve in ‘em at Centre Hall,
ert:
Some Inea or HE MAGNITUDE of
the Seale business may he obtained from
fact that the Messrz. FAIR-
BANKS alone employ over six hun-
dred workmen in the manufacture of
their
ground.
exclusively
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and are almost
They received
thoughout the world.
were acknowledged the N
cot illsase
For tue West, Mr. Philip Bow-
Mr. Jacob Condo, both
have just returned from a trip
Ho!
eU'soX,
Haines tp,
to the
and from
have purchased
of
where they
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West,
farms in the neigh hood Moccasin,
of settling d
own there. Some Sor 10 Hains
gin t
. sys yoo )
tp. tuntlies are already living the
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neizhbe wrhood,
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city of Williamsport, Dr
Rabiedt Notman, convicted of pro. -
| flay, in Montreal; to ten years in the
| penitentiary,
| YALUABLE BOOKS,
I Goo Books wre
| sity inevery fifriily, rot oftly for the bene-
BOE also fi the proper
Mr Hl
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Dasier, of Centre Hall, is vow selling the
| fit of grown prsohy,
training of the rising ceneration,
following valuable works
Lirtge Hlusteated Family Bibles:
the Immortal Life.
Smith's Bible Dictionary.
' War Between the States by A.
| Stephens, :
family,
pon the citizens of this vicinit
none should fail to subscribe,
& ol»
Care and examine my large tsock of all
v, when
green and buff, Holland Tassels, Trine
mings, &c., eo.
Carpets, from 19 inches to 8-4, of various
snd most fashionable patterns,
| Druggets & Table Covers at greatly reduced
prices: at about the prices some of oar deals
ers pay for them in the eastern markets,
designs
F. G. Franciscus,
cy ta. pea
MARRIAGES.
On 2rd inst, by 8, G. Shannon. esi. Mr.
Jane Bechtol, of Sugar Valley, and Miss
Catherine Weaver, of Groggy tp.
DEATHS.
On the 4th, in Potter township, of dropsy,
Mr. Christian Shupe, need Gl \ ears, 1 m's,
p and 21 days, :
W AGON FOR SALE.
A good two-horse wagon, apply
! at Centre Yall to
may 68, (C.F. HARLECHER
‘ ' REAT BARGAINS
AT
cratic candidate,
ann ol
C.F. Harlecher's
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M7 "Wan. Wolf fiom
CENTRE TALL, PA.
following interesting works, viz:
War Detween the States:
able works, which are doubly worth
the price and should he tonund
family,
hushiuss for the benef
fh
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encouragement
of all upon whom he
may call. 3
GREAT FALL
and
at Centre Hall.
Finest and Dest
Stock of
DRY GOODS,
AND
GROCERIES
Just Purchased at the Late
LOW PRICEN,
In favor of the
And now on Exhibition at
Wolfs Old Stand.
ALSO, A CHEAP LINE OF
FLANNELS,
MUSLIN,
SHAWLS,
ALSO, A GOOD ASSORTMENT OF
0m
also a large stock of
MACKEREL and HERRING.
HOOP SKIRTS,
the best and cheapest in the market.
WE SHALL TAKE PARTICULAR
CARE TO MAKE IT AN OBJECT
FOR
New Customers,
AS WELL AS INVITE OUR OLD
FRIENDS, TOGIVE US A CALL.
WM. WOLF.
ap2¥ os ly.
v
Dry Goods, Notions, Groceries,
ware, Queensware, Wood and Willow ware,
Lean, Sedt, Fish and in fae, a magnificent
assortment of everything Kept in a
First Class Store,
now ready, il or sale at marvelous low
nies
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GOODS VERY NEAR ATTHER
OLD PRICES.
the Very
0
Lois h
Vieni
hs
Will
Muslins they will sell
that
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brands at prices
| New spring
1
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hess Goods
\ most beautiful variety,
lower rates
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rplaces,
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b the novelttes of the season,
thar sc litinril SDhareed
ii HH oTainariy CHrg
"White Goods &
quality, and prices.
HOOP 3X
| Wi
BTS
| Linens, Towellings, checks, Denings, cloths
| Cassimers, Cloakings.
BALMORAL SKIRTS,
Spring and summer shawls, in fact, we keep
advance on first cost,
All we ask that vou will
CALL AND EXAMINE OUR STOCK
consider it any trouble to show goods,
| ALL KINDS OF HARNESS,
{ and singie, bridles and halters,
mayl ts ly,
sale prices, All Kinds Tin and
Sheet Irom work done at old prices,
F. 4. FRANCISCUS,
B
I Ke,
for sale at greatly reduced prices, by
F. G. FRANCISCUS. |
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{ ASHS, Doors and Blinds on hand
eh much lower rates than last seasen
ap24 68 ly, F. G. FRANCISCUNS.
Tam PER KEG for Nails nt
$5,00 FG. FRANCISCUS,
ete.
F. G. FRANCISCUS,
(HE
1 Buckwater's Patent Cherry Seeders
| Iwill be pleased to sell them to country
merchants at low prices than they are sold
in Philadelphia.
: ARROW TE ETH, all steel, Cultiva-
tor's Teeth, Wedge and Nut, just
received and for sale by
F. 4. FRANCISCUS.
F. G. FRANCISCUS.
{HAKER'S and other Garden Seed for
sale in papers or by the quart or
rices at
ANCISCUS,
TYOUSEKEEPING Hardware of all
i kinds at reduced prices. Oil Car-
fos vard wide, 50 to 55 cents per yard.
ix Cups 75 cents Ber done at
*.G. FRANCISCUS.
examine the varieties and i
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Xx. Xa.
NEW YORK MARRETS.
GO LD-—1304,
Whent, mixed, 2.5002, 45 ;
2581a2.02 for Nol, 2% for amber
state, and 3,01 for white Canada.
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RYE OATS 8.6,
"90
way wt
Lard 193.
1,871 1,00,
Dressed
g Butter 4oad8,
Coffee, Rio 13s, Java 2064, gold,
Eggs %n2e: Hops from 15 to 45,
Hogs 124a13,
Sugar, Cuba, 103a12: elarified
Porto Rico Hala, refined 164.
Crude Turpentine 24 TOnR0,
Coal oil 204,
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS,
Red wheat 2.800295: white $iad, 20,
Rye 2.000200,
Corn 1, 16a),
Oats Saath,
Clover Seed 825,00 ta 6,00;
Timothy Need 2.9 to 2.2.)
Ila seed 9 RY
CATTLE. 1300 steers were sold
at 10
HX) (ows sold nt S10 {a 80, and (ows
with Calves at £74 to $80,
RK Nheep were sold at Gto R per Ih, live
TWO-HORSE SPRING WAGON FOR
SALE!
The undersigned offers for anlo, # two
horse Spring Wagon, well put up id every
Will be sold at
A.D. SWARTZ,
a bargain,
Centre Hall,
apd 680,
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and extra quality at $15 net weight,
BEEF—~Ronsts (od), y
rutmpsteak
MUTTON —Farequarters 14615, hind-
\ EA 1.
wr Ih,
eh)
ee]
PORK
bh
POULTRY
Rogts IX, hums steak
Chickens 28, geese 18, tur-
VEGETABLES
The undersigned would respectfully an-
pared to furnish Coffins at the shortest no-
tice, and at reduced prices,
H. R.SMITH,
apd 68 6m, (‘hurchville,
JURNSIDE & THOMAS,
) Ofter to tho Public one of the
Call, examine and
se for ) ourself,
HE Largest and Best Stock of warran-
ted Boots and Shoes, warranted to give
satisfaction, at
found at BURNSIDE & THGM AN,
Try them for vour own satisfac.
You ean only find them at
BURNSIDE & THOMAS.
¥A NDSAWS kuives, spoons, coffee
mills, shovels, spades; rakes, hoes,
ted spices,
I
BURNSIDE & THOMAS,
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your horse's shoulders galled and
BURNSIDE & THOMAS,
H'
whips, in great varieties, govern-
tatoos 4 pk
bage 10 ta 15, beans qt. 2,
Butter, rolls 436400, in potinds OD 65,
Fresh Flys ae IN,
CHICAGO MARKETS.
Whent—Nao, 1
P20MaR2 10, Corn firm:
new Rie Oats active at Hxie, I eo dull:
in at SLRS: sample lots,
track and deliey ered, Sl. Tons Ror
MitwatUker. Wheat firm at $219 for
Oats advances
Corn 9, for new
No,
Na, 1 at 90eat bo
ut S22 15aS2i
stor, un
for No, 2
it 07 Aq
Derrore,— White wheat 295200,
winter 2 aon i), Corn new
Oats GhenfOc¢, Ryve 1 Road 60,
Hoos dressed 10,75a12,50,
rolls 46048, Lard 1502), Beeves first qual-
ity, 6,53a7.00: second quality 5,50a6,25;
third quality 4,755,500, Sheep, 5,0005,70,
LOCK HAVEN MARKETS.
White Wheat per bush 270; Red 255;
Oats 70; Batter, 45;
Tallow 12;
ear Gat
Burley 1. 000
Euaas 23; Lard 17;
IN: Bacon Sides 15:
L256: Green Apples 200; Turnips 40;
wl Wool 40: Unwashied Wool 30;
Clover Seed 6.75: Timothy Sefd 3,00; Flax
Og.
whe
LEWISBURG
Wheat 82.00,
Carn, new, 1,20,
Rye 1.50
Oats, 32 1h, 65,
Timothyseed, dull, 2,50,
Fluzgae od 2.05
Clover-ed, dull, 5.00,
Butter 40,
Ham 2
White bean
Exes)
lard, dnll, 15.
Tallow 10,
Potatoes 1.20
Dried Apples Ih, 20
Pork Nath
Side & shoulder 12,
MARKET.
4.0x),
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ceiving new coods in their line,
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HARDWARE
of every des ription nt red ug ed prices now
being opened every day. ap lOos,
| AMPS OF EVERY VARIETY
4 kind at
ap lox,
FYE ANVIL STORE is now receiving
a large and well assorted Stock of
Wes, Nails, Horse Shoes, Sad-
Sheet, Bar and Hoop
lron, and Wagon Stock of
every description.—Call and supply your-
selves at the lowest possible rates at
apres, IRWIN & WILSON,
IRWIN & WILSON'S,
A\ROMETERS and Thermometers at
aplo'al, JTRWIN & WILSON'S,
Paints,
also Buggy
:
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y at wholesale and retail, cheap,
JRWIN & WILSON.
apl0'G8,
JNE TABLE CUTLERY, including
plated forks, spoons, Xe, nt .
apliyos, IRWIN & WILSON.
I
JOCKET CUTLERY —all makes and
prices at IRWIN & WILSON
aplr 6s,
dlery line, at
RURNSIDE & THOMAS,
isn ING TACK LES, rods
flies, son hinir baskets, ote.
BURNSIDE & THOMAS.
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best i
gov, Java, best quality Rio coffee,
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IS known to all in Bel
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good article go to
BURNSIDE & THOMAN,
EATHER of all descriptions, freneh
4d
BURNSIDE & THOMAS,
VIHTOE-MAKERS TOOLS and findings.
} in nll their varieties, t
BURNSIDE &
fuel ion, at
it
THOMAS,
ADDLERS BUCKLES, hooks,
spots rings, Everything a saddler
wants for the manufacture of harness, to he
BURNSIDE «a THOMAS,
} ASKETS inall theirvarieties, childrens
carriages, willow ware, guns, pris-
tols, powder, shot, caps, cartridges, &e.. at
BURNSIDE «a THOM AN.
"I YS of all Kinds, at
BUANSIDE « THOMAS.
PATTERNS of vil cloths, at
wiees, at
BURNSIDE &« THOMAS,
N TIONS of all Kinds, Stelring s gloves,
i Handler hicts, combs, pocket books,
Heed
BURNSIDE &« THOMAS,
lemons, al
Hphies, Oranges,
BURNSIDE &« THOMAS,
pine apples, and peas in great varies
BURNSIDE & THOMAS,
3 ons, olive soap, Dobbins’ soap Jesse
Oakley's sonp=, old eastile, pure, Palin Sonp,
other soaps, at
BURNSIDE « THOMAS,
HE highest market prices paid for
kinds of country produce, at
BURNSIDE &« THOMAS.
Whitinan's evlebrated confections,
Whitman's eclebrated chocolate,
China Ginger, English Pickes,
American Pickles, at
BURNSIDE &« THOMAS.
BURNSIDE « THOM AN,
fowling pieces at ; :
ap lye], IRWIN & WILSON.
{ROSS-CUT AND MILL SAWS, best
make at Irwin & WILSON,
aplios,
TRIMINGS, §
Irwin & WILSON'S,
{OFFIN
ment at
aplyeR,
all sizes and kinds at , ;
us [O° HS, Irwin & WiLsON'S,
BOARDS,
! > for sale by
apply 68,
Irwin & WiLson.
APANNED TOILET SETTS, AND
other Japanned ware, at the Anvil Store,
Irwin & WiLsox,
OOKING-GLASS PLATES ofall sizes
J for sale by [Irwin & Wirsox,
aplO'68,
APINDLE SKEINS for wagons, all si-
; zes, at the sign of the Anvil,
ap 10°68, frwix & WiLsox,
OA LTS for Buggies and Carriages, all
<dzee in use; Fire Bolts, ditto, at
apples, Irwin & WiLsoN's,
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ap lO Gy,
from 4 Ibs up to 120,000 Ths.
Irwin & WiLsoN,
ARLOR COOR STOY ES,
I Parlor Stoves, and four sizes of Gas-
Jurners constantly on hand and for sale at
ap ly os, Irwin & WiLroN's,
HS
BELLS, at low prices, at
up lV68,
Irwin & WiLgoN'S,
TNION PATENT CHURN, the best
J in use at Irwin & WILSON'S,
aplO'os,
THE KIRBY.
To Farniers, who are in want of a Mower
and Reaper, will do well to examine the
Kirby. Sead for a descriptive Usntalogie
or call on
SHORTLIDGE & CO., Agents,
apl0 685m. Bellotonte, Pa.
5() Pairs of Windew Shades, all new
*) styles and new designs, done up
in Moon an the Lake, and Bismarck, and
Gold Collors, with Cords, Tassels, &c., at
25 per cent less than the usual prices,
F.G. FRANCISCUS.
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DRY GOODS
HATS « CA PS
NOTIONS, &C.
Caps; Boots and Shoes, Groveries, efe,
can offer inducements to you which you
may not be able to receive at other places.
The stock was bought at the very lowest
prices, and 1 feel contident that if you
should favor me with a call, we will be mu-
Room No. G6,
tually benefitted. Brocker-
i hoff Row, apli oR, 1y.
1 } ROOM CORN SEED!
Superior hong Brosh Broom Corn Seed,
(new Kind), for Sale. Price 40 conts per
quurt. Address, Al
IH. DASHER,
apl7.4t Centre ITall, Pa.
THE WORLDS
Mower & Reaper.
A year ago we presented this notel Har
vester to the farmers of tho West on the
Merits of ite Construction, std with strong
ww to present HE agaiti, of
To-day We are hap]
d. nnd fool mfe In re-mss
its Merits in the fie
lave of Man
agement, Lightness of Draft, Strength and
Durability,
Wi have abundant testimonials, from the
only eut miore grass or grain, with greater
ense to the team than Any other M achine in
use, ttt that no trace of ware can be detecs
ted in the working pura after a whole har-
These facts triumphantly prove that eut
gear, ng wpplied to Harvesters, is even a
Remember! Its Frame is of solid iron
The journals, shaft and gears cannot
The Geonrs and all cut out of solid iron.
and ran with the precision of Clock-Work,
The ¢aze incloses all the works and pro-
teets them from sand, grass, rain, rust, &c.
We build twa sizes, both of which ean be
Bv attach.
ing the celebrated “Johnson Rake, we
fered in this country. We offer you the
cheapest machine in the market, beeguse it
is the best and most durable,
E. BALL& COMPANY,
Canton, Ohio,
ISVACHAUPT, Agent for Centre and
Mitllin counties, .
Sub agents wanted for the Southern part
of Centre amd all of Mifflin counties, apply
to Isane Haupt, Bellefonte, apli 68,
WORLD
MUTUAL
Life Insurance Company of
NEW YORK,
eral Agent for Pennsylvania,
Col LL P:iCo-
Kurtz, Wn. Harter, Den-
tist,
sured free—as all the insured
The Dividends are paid sonually, after
tho dividends merease from vear to year,
and then exceed it, Policies Are
proof has been given of the death of the in-
remain in foree, aplo'ss 1s,
' & {lie best chintiiee reel” ofl red to “Age nts !
One or two days’ time will secure a good
Sewing Machine, Watch, Silk Dress,
Revolver,
Agents wanted evervwliere, male and fe-
male for the best One Dollar Pawnbroker's
Sale in the country. Send for Circular.
S. (CTHOMPSON & CO,
HM Hurtover =f. Boston, Mass.
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Cor. of Penn and St. Clair Streets,
PITTSBURGH, PA.
apl0'68,
ful
LEGE
in the United States;
THOUSAND STUDENTS
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CENTRE HALL .
Manulacturing Co.
Machine Works,
CENTRE Halk ¢CKXTRE co, PA.
Having enlarged onr Xew FouNpRY and
Maicursr Snors and AGRICULTURAL
Wonks, Stocked with all new ind latest
improved Mackinoty at Centre Hall, an-
nounceto the public that they Are ROW ready
to receive orders for anything in their line
of rine,
Shaflings,
Pullies,
Hangers,
IRON & BRASS
CASTINGS
of every deseription made and fitted up for
MILLS,
FORGES,
FURNACES,
FACTORIES,
TANNERIES,
&C., &C.
We also manufacture the eelelrated
Mh
AND MOWER,
&
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which now stands unrivalled.
This Reaper has advantages over all other
Reapers now manufactured: One advan-
which we gain one hundred per eent over
other machines, Another advantage is the
hoisting and lowering apparatus, whereby
the driver has under his complete control
of the machine; in coming to a spot of lodg-
ed grain, the driver can change the cut of
he.maehine in an instant; without stopping
the team, varying the stible from 1 fo 14
inches at the outside of the machine, as well
as on the inside. It is constructed of first
class material] and built by first class ma-
chanics. We warrant it second to none.
All kinds of Horsepowers and Threshing
Machines, Hay and Grain Rakes, latest im-
All kinds of Repairing done. Dif-
proved,
Years,
FORLARGEQUARTOCIRCULAR
o
fill informstion, Outline of
Course of Study, samples of Cowley's
PREMIUM PENMANSAIP,
View of the College Building, different
irgh, &c., &ec.,
SMITH & COWLEY,
aplVeR Iv. Pittsburgh, Pa.
Great Attraction and Great Bargains!
popular demand for Lower Prices, re-
SADDLERY,
Designed Lo
wr the people and the times, the lars
ment of’
Saddles, Harnesy, Collars, Bridles,
A better « nriely, a better iis or finer
style of Saddlery liz never
fered to the pulilic,
eliewhere,
dtroviage
[ respectfully solicit &
JACOB DINGES,
(entre Hall.
BETTER THAN GOLD!
OUR NEW (OMPORITION
splO'OS Ty,
who have tried then, as the best Pen muanw-
Sent Postpaid to any address for
Or, samples of these
Paper, and large Illustrated Cireulars of
ing fetins to agents; sent freeto any address
lowest rafes, Ahrens ;
ROACH & THINTLETIRW ATE,
Indianapolis, Ind.
7 Please state where you saw this adver-
tisement. mayl, 4m.
10,000 pieces of Wall Paper, all extra new
stock; a large portion of my stock is impor-
ted direct from Liverpool by me, and is of-
fered at much less than usual rates.
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PLOWS
AND
PLOW CASTING.
The Celebrated Heckendorn Economica
plow which has given entire satisfaction.
We employ the best Patternmakers, our
patterns are all new aiid of the most improv-
ed plans: Plans, Specifications and Draw-
ings furnished for all work done by us.
72% \We hope by strict attention to busi-
TINWARE !
The Company announce to the citizens of
Potter township, that they are now prepar
TIN AND SHEETIRON WARE.
Stove-Pipe
and Spouting.
All kinds of repairing done. They have
BUCKETS,
CUPS,
DIPPERS,
DISHES, &C.
All orders by mail promptly attended to.
CENTRE HALL MF G COMP.
appl os tl.