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THE OENTRE REPORTER
THURSDAY FKR, lfi7-
LOCAL ITEMS.
LOCAL WSWi,—Our fSends,
whore, will oblige ut by tending u local
newt of interest. ,
CIBCULATIOHTIie circulation of the
Rkpoktsk, on this tide the county.
larger than thai of all other jtapera in the
county. Business man win therefore find
this one of the brat advertising mediums.
We invite all interacted to come and in*
spect our list for themselves.
BKMITTdJICM.—AII monte* for sub
scription will be credited on thetubtcri
bore address, <ach woek : by referringto
which our patrvns can at all tunc* tee how
their account* Hand, and a receipt u by
this system carried upon each copy or the
pop* -
Public 8a Ira.
—Sale of Herlacher A Durst. Centre
Hall, Feb. 14th, ftirnitura. smith tools.
Ac. ,
Sale of And. Smith, Farmer's Mills, on
loth Feb,
—Sale of John S. Fetter's farm slock, in
Harrisiwp., Feb. '2O.
—Saleof Wn. M Minn, dee d. Potter
twp,. on W Feb.
-Sale of real estate of Mrs- Rankin,
dee'd, Potter twp., Feb., 2k
—Sale of George Garbrick, Linden Hall,
Tuesday March Ith.
-Wm. H. Hurler's rale of fisrming
stock, near Aaronsburg, March 4th
—Sale of Peter Klinefelter, dee d, near
Madisonburg, Nth March.
—Sam 1 Mota's sale, Woodward, ith of
March.
-John M. Miller s sate, Miles twp., 6th
March.
To the Public.
We, the undersigned hotel-keepers, ot
Penntvalley, in order to keen our hotel*
open fttrthe accommodation of the public,
do bind ourselves to the strict observance
of the following rate* of AofW-JiL't ia case
the qualified voters of thi* valley carry Ao
Lit***:
Board per week, iwith fire)
Board per week,(without fire AOO
Table board par week —........ - S-00
Mewls, *
Lodging —..—..
Horse feed - W
H *|J . .......urn ii. i 1 W
Keeping team m stable with out) feed SO
Keeping team over night . SAW
Drovers horses per day........ —...... 1.00
JOHN SFANGLKR,
GEORGE MILLER,
CHARLES SMITH,
M L LKITZEL,
FRKD. FAHRIdN,
W, L. MUSSER,
JONATHAN KREAMER,
JOHN LIMBKRT
OUT LOTS FOR SALE.
Tho undersigned offers for sale two val
uable out-lots at Boalsburg. Forparticu
lars apply to S. S. Wolf, Centre Hall, Pa.
feb 6 St. "
—Peck <L Lee, cf thi* place, have
invented a-bolt-cutter, and will apply
for a patent The model look* as if it
would prove a good thing.
—Thuradav morning, 30th, Janua
ry was the coldest we had this winter,
thus far. The thermometers in thi*
place were 20 below aero.
—On Thursday morning, last, 29th
January, the thermometer at Rebers
burg was 31 deg. below sero. In the
Loop it was 30, and at the jail, in
Bellefonte, we are told, it was 38 deg.
below sero.
Passed : A further supplement to
an act to empower tbe town council of
the borough of Bellefonte, in Centre
county, to borrow money, approved
tbe 14th day of February, 1863.
—The railroad jury, which we men
tioned recently, nave awarded Mr.
Adam Grenoble, of Gregg, SSO dama
ges for his land, and Mr. Dunlap has
received $423 damages on same ac
count.
Rev. Sabm commence a protracted
meeting in tbe Peon's Creek church
on Wednesday evening Jan, 29th.
—Daring the illness of his honor
Judge Mayer, last week, Judge Love
opened court and proceeded with a
Jortion of the business, assisted by
udge Dopp.
—Tbe Boston jubilee would have
been a poor affair without the Rvnder
organ.
—A fellow hailing from Lewis burg,
whose name|wedonot remember, hi red
ed a hone and sleigh oot of a livery
at Lewlstowo, last week, with which he
caroc to this county. We are inform
ed that at Pleaaant Gap, he pawned
tbe robe, and at Rebersburf he sold
the sleigh to JAlf. Diehl, and also of
fered the borse for sale at Miilbeitn.
The fellow was arrested at tbe June
tion.and taken to Milibeim where he
wit kept under guard until word could
be sent to his father at Lewtaburg,
who, he said, would pay all damages,
on condition that he would thereupon
be let clear. We think a term in the
workhouse would not hurt such fel
lows.
Superintendent Magee reports to
us that he has visited the schools of
this side the county, and, at a general
thiog, finds them in a satisfactory con
dition. In some few exceptions im-
Erovement is needed, and in such cases
e has left necessary advice and in
structions.
—ffm. J, M'Manigal, hardware
dealer in Miirov, has rented the Bris
bin atorestand at Rotter's Mills, and
intends establishing a hardware store
there.
Niw Railroad. —A corps of en
gineers bare been engaged for the
past week or so at Mill Hall and
Beech Creek making a survey for a
railroad, The survey commenced at
the end of the old Atlantic and Great
Western road, and extends through
the coal and lumber regions. It is
supposed that we are to have a short
and direct route between New York
and Cleveland. If such proves to be
the case we may anticipate a bright
future for the places in this vicinity
that the road pas§es through—Lock
Haven Republican.
I>AKU£RK Kkab This.— The superior
Reaper A Mower, is a candidate for Ifcvor,
to which the attention of Centre county
farmers is The Superior it manu
factured in Wheeling, W. Va., and has
met a large sale, and obtained many high
recommendations in Ohio, and other states.
This machine dispense* with cog-gearing
jtr.d all unnecessary traps with which
many other machines are afflicted; it is
simple in construction, strong and durable,
easily managed, and light draught. The
Superior is fully warranted to do its work
right, or no sale.
Mr. John B. Qdcnkkk, af Ibp Qld Fort,
s agent for Centre county for the Supe
rior, and persons wishing a Mower A Reap
er, had better call on him before purchas
ing another. 30jan.
-Mr. Henry Yearick, for many years
the gentlemanly and efficient clerk of
Maj. Fisher, at Penn Hall, will shortly
take charge, as superintendent, of a large
ftore at Oirardville, Schuylkill county.
May success attend him.
—Rev; Leckie is holding a protracted
meeting at Aaronsburg. it coram
©a 26th Jan.
Am utical convention, to be under the
direction of llrr. .1. tl & W. T. Meyer,
will be held at Aarotitbnrg, commencing
on Monday evening, Feb. ltXb, and con
tinuing throughout tho week, and cloaing
on Friday evening with a grand concert.
Every effort will be m ,lo to make it a
success. All lover* of music are invited
to attend.
—lnsureyour property with ,1 IV Mil
ler, General Insurance agent. oillee on
Allegheny street, llel!. unite, Pa. First
clatscompanies represented. fob ft li
—The Union Sunday "-chool at I'lea.ant
Gap is reported t>> be in a flourishing con
dition. Since the begini ing ot the year,
it has added another cla-- ot adults Last
Sabbath one of the da*- had to have two
leachert, It being too largo for cue A
concert review of the le* n. conducted hy
the Superintend, nt, e. a Sabbath, ndd*
much to the interest of tho school.
—Kx -Governor Curtn * youngral I
daughter, Mi.- Ma rev S. wa* married on
Thursday, to Commander Kidder Ran
dolph llree.o, of the itav v.
—W# will give our die k for $ *U, on
Pottei' Rank, to any era who can tell ut
what U intended with th ■ hour ■ that wat
moved on the lloffer ht, op|vo-iie our of
fice, a short time ago, and which i now
being overhauled.
—Judge Uuchcr U holding court J*
Belleftvnie, thi* week—Judge Mayer being
stilt unwell.
On Monday atterno a it mowed, fol
lowed by a rain at night, aid a rite in
temperature, causing a great thaw and
vanishing of snow.
One of our correspond' itsdott': believe
in local option, and give* Idea* follow*:
Mr Editor rhe time it fast approach
ing when the voter* of Centra ccualy will
be -ailed upon to decide the question ot
license or no license N>w thi* it a ques
tion of no little import*:: o, and one that
diractly iotera-U every citizen ofour coun
try, and I aui no; a little surprised at the
apparent indifference manifested ou the
pert of the negative. If the granting of no
license will prove such a blessing to our
people why is it that the opposition do uot
manifest a livelier dispo-inon to consutn
ate their laudable undcu.vkiog * The on
ly argument in favor of no license is, that
it will stop the sale of int >vjeating liquors.
Kow if thi* were -\ I w Id earnestly ad
vocate the abolition of license and would
use all my influence to that end, but un
fortunately just the opposite is true.
Stop the license and you at one close uiany
of our be*l and ni-st respectable hotel* and
saloons, and, instead. Drugstores
wilt spring into existence, and these, pro
tected by the law, will, u iderthe pretext
of using it for Medicinal purposes, sell
whiskey by the whole>: , and, by so do
ing, not only continue th evil of selling
liquors, but also be violating the very law
which it to give us protection. Whiikey
has it* uses and it* abuse.- and, when left
to itself, is not a daugcroi,- agent. In Iks
practice of Medicine wki-key is of incalcu
lable value and iu u-e i- indispensable;
when whiskey becomes th* property of in
ebriate* then it is abused, .tud to entertain
the contracted idea that the prohibition of
license will keep it out of ike reach of such
individuals is only euterto.uing a plain de
lusion. There is no law enacted which is
not by seme tacans viola, d and for this
reason I would recommend the strict en
forcement of our pres. I I-iquor law,
which is so near tho purp- -e, for which it
was intended,that to replace it with a non
license law would only prove a disastrous
failure. The Temperance cause is a noble
one, and no one is more d -sirous of having
St advanced than I am, b-.:t while we are
making provision.- for it* advancement let
us start on a safe foundation. Solving as
our state laws recognize the manufacture
of whiskey just so lo:;g vv 11 it* sale be con
tinued regardl<-- of all th - opposition that
can be brought to bear upon it In con
clusion. I will say, giy us licen>o and
thereby legalize the sale of what will oth
erwiso be sold illegally, and thereby col
leci a revenue which will bew.-rth morelo
our country than all the money derived
from the prosecution of : e who will vi
olate the new law. E. S. G.
PUBLIC SALE.
Will be told at Public Sale at the
residence of the subscriber
mile South of OnJTues
day, March 4th 1873.
6 Horse*, 2 Plantation Wagons, 1 Hub
bard Self-raking Reaper md Mower with
Changeable Motion. 1 Wheelers Patent
Threshing Machine, 1 Cioverhuller, 1 Fan
ning Mi". 1 Cornplcnti-f, 1 Hay rake. 2
Setu H*v Ladder*, Wo<hl Ladders, Hay
Fork and Rope, Culttvntors, Plows. Har
rows, Sled. Log Sled. II rse-gears, Grind
stone. Chains. Ac. Sale to commence at
1 o'clock, when terms will be made known
ly WM H. HAUTER.
SIMON ROTE, Auction r
ADMINISTRATORS T NOTICE.-
Letters of Admintitmt'ion on the es
tate of John C. M'Minn. late of Potter
township, Centre county. IV, dec d, have
been granted to tbe und .igned, residing
in Mia township, to whom all persons in
debted to said estate are requested to make
immediate payment, and those having
claims or demand-, will present the same
duly authenticated for *■ ttl'-inenl.
JANE 8. M'MINN
AARON LUCKENBACH.
feb 6 6t. Adm rs.
BLACLSMITH STAND FOR RENT.
The Houi- and Smith- hop. formerly oc
cupied by 31 r. Dunklo, u-hicn i- one of the
best Blacksmith stands 1 tween Bellefonte
and Salona. is offered for rent. For ftirth
informntion address
J AMES I. CRAMLY
30jan2t. llublcmburg, Pa
FJBLICSALE -Ti re will be told at t
Public Sale, at the 'ate residence of '
Wm. M Minn, dec'd^
In Potter twp.. on Thursday, Febr'y t
20lh 187'? t
The following personal property, f
vis: One cow, two -but*, 1 two-horse 1
wagon, 1 rpring-wugon, two sleds. plow*, r
barrow*, grain drill, r'apcr and mower, '
thrashing machine, ha> and cornfodder- 1
oaU and corn by the bushel. Also house, I
hold and kitchen furniture, tuch as beds, '
and bedstead*, one fracture bed, tables, f
hair, bureau, stand*, t . rpets, book case*, '
1 cook stove, ten plate stove and pipe, po- *
taloes apple*, snpk butter, ciaer barrel*. 1
tub*, and a great many other article* no '
mentioned here.
Sale to commence at t2 o'clock m, or. 1
said day when terms ol -ale will be made i
known "by K K. M MINN
A, LICKBNBAgH 1
30jan. Adm'. <
PUBLIC SALE —V ill be sold at pub- 1
lie sale, at the residence of the sub
scriber, I mile west ol Mtfdisonburg, On '
Thursday, Feb. '27 th at 10 o'clock, a. ir..
Homes, Cows, Young Cattle, Hog*, 1
Buckeye Reaper, Threshing Machine,
Graindrill, 2 Plantation Wagon*, 1 2-borse
Spring yagoh, 1 Tup buggy, 1 Sleigh, 1
Sled, Plows, Burrows, Cultivator*. I ( orn
plow, Windmill, llorsegears, Harness,
Cornscraper and many other farming uten
sils. Also: Household Furniture, i cook
ing stove. 1 ten-plate stove and pipe, ta
ble*, 6 chair*, bedstead*, 2 corner cup
boards, sink, meatvessi i-, tubs, iron kettle,
and many other articb too numerous to
mention. WM. ZIKGLIR.
PUBLIC SALE
• Wilf bo sold, at Public Sale, ut the
late residence of Peter Klinefelter, dee'd.
Near Madisonburg, on Friday, March,
14th, at 10 o'clock.
5 Horses, 5 Cow-, 10 Head of Young
Cattle, 1 Excelsior Reaper and Mower, al
rnont new, 1 Duccy. 1 Spring wagon, 1
Sleigh. 1 Hob Sled, 1 Log Sled,2 Pi a nta
tion Wagon*, Cornp!anter, (train Drill, 1
Fanning Mill, Shaker A Strap, llayropodt
Pullies May rake. Plows, Cultivator*,
Wood and Hayladdeos, 2 setts Harness,
let of HorEegears, fcc. Also: Household
Furniture, 1 Cookstovo, Cupbeard, Chests,
Chairs, Beds and Bedsteads, Iron Kettle
and many other article s too numerous to
mention. , ,
TERMS of sale will be iruJc
day of sale, by S/% MI.G H A MI.E Y,
H. G. Conskß, Executor.
Auctioneer.
SETTLEMENT.—A". B.—The 15th of
March, day after sale, has been fixed upon
for making settlement of accounts with
above estate, when all persons interested
Baa filWb
LOCAL OPTION.
11GD8AVKTHKOOM VON WKAI.I
it
SHERIFF'S PROCLAMATION.
I, B F. Sit.vrrKH, High Sheriff of Out
tre County, CttHWditMMllh i'l l'minsylvn
nia, do hereby itikko known and g[ivo n
tiro to the elector* of tho county aloroxaii 1
that an election will ho hold tti tho *ai
county of Contra on
FRIDAY FKHRCAKV. -I IST2,
ia aeeordenco with tho follow inj not ol A'
tout hi,v
An Act to |iortitil tho voter* ol this Coin
mon wealth to vote every thrao year* 01
the question of (granting llcen*i - to .oil in
toxicaling li.jttora
Sxcrios I. />' if tn*ct. ify fA< v it
mnii //onto o/ kV(irrifln • * fAr ( >■<
HioMUfiiltk i f iV.in.y/rrfto m timrlfti -t •
sr>nSt\ mtl Mil it is AorrAy mnt(< I Ay 'A.
awfAorify of tA some. That oti tho thirt
Friday m March, on<-thousand'eight hun
dred and seventy-three, in rwry tilt anvl
county in tint ( cimmonwi-eith and t tin
annual municipal elections every thin
year thereafter, in overv tuch oitv ant
county, it thall ho the duty of tho i tit pec
tort and judges of tho election in tho etlie
and countiot. to receive ticket* either writ
ten or printed, front the legal voter. l
taid cilia* and counties, labelled on tin
ouuido "license, and on tho iuide, lot
license, or 'against licente.'* and to de
posit taid ticket* in a ho* provided for
that purpote hy inspector* and lodge*, a
it required hy law in cate of outer ticket;
received at taid election ; counted, and to
turn of tho tame made to thet'lerk ot th<
Court of Quarter Scwnontol' tho I'caee ol
the proper county, duly certided - re
qircd bv law ; which certificate .hall bo
laid before tho judge- of the .aid • ourt, at
tlie first ineetiiig l raid court after ui<l
election thall be held, and -hall he filled
with the other record* ot -aid court, and it
thall be the dutv of the Mayor- of cities,
and Sheritf* of counties, or of any other
officer, whose duty it may ho to perform
tuch service, to give due public notice ot
tuch special election above provided for
three week* ( svlous to the time of holding
the lame, and alto three weeks be-
fore Mid election everv third year thercnf
ler: /Vero/i-,/, That thU act shall not be
construed to repeal or affect mn> special
law prohibiting the granting uf liteiiw).
/Vundvsf, 'l"ht when the municipal and
township elections in any ounty or city do
not occur on the third Friday in March,
the election provided for in thU MCtkw
thai! be held on the day fixed for the mu
nicipal election- in said county AnJ yr -
ruled furtkrr. That all licenses granted af
ter the tirvt day ot January, one thou-and
eight hundred and >•• Vctity-lhree shall
cease, determine and become v>.tJ --n the
first day of April, otto thousand eight hun
dred and seventy-throe. If the district for
which they shall be granted determine
against the granting of license; and the
treasurer of the proper county shall then
refund, to the holder ot such uccn-e, the}
moneys to paid therefor, for which the said
treasurer shall be entitled to credit in his
accounts with the Common wealth.
Sac. 2. That in receiving and counting,
and in making returns of the votes east, I
the inspectors and judges, and clerks of
Mid election, shall be governed bv tho (
laws of this Common wealth regulating,
general elections ; aud all penalties of said
election laws arc hereby extended to. and
shall apply to the voter- inspectors,
judges and clerks, voting at and in attend
ance upon the elections held under the
provisions of this act
SEC. 4. Whenever by the returns of elec
tion* in any city or county aforesaid, it
shall appear that then# i a majority
against license, it shall not be lawful for
any court or board of license commission
er* to iasue any license for the sate of *pir*
itous, vinous, malt, or other intoxicating
liquors, or ai y admixture thereof, in said,
city or county, at anv time thereafter, un
til at an election as above provided, a ma
jority shall vote or favor of licen-< /V,
rii/ftt, That nothing contained in the pro
visions of this act shall prevent the issuing
of license to druggists, tor the sale of li
quor* for medicinal purpose-.
I also beqebv make known and give no
tice mat the place of holding the aforesaid
election in the several Borough# aid
Townships within the County of Centre
are as follows to wit:
For the township of Haines, at the Pul -
lie House of John Limtsert.
For the township of Half Moon at the
School House in Storm-town.
For the township of Taylor at the house
erected for the purpose on the property of
Leonard Mery man.
For the township of Mile in the school
house in the town of Kcberaburg.
For the township of Potter at the house
of C. H. Smith, Did Fort Hotel.
For the township of Gregg at the public
house owned by J. 11. Fisher.
For the town-hip of Fergu in in the '
school house at Pine Grove
For the township of Ham- in the school
house at Boalshurg.
For the township of Patton at the h-".i-e
of Peter Murray.
For the borough of Bellefonte and the
townships ot Spring and Benner, at the
Court House in Bellefonte. ,
For the township of Walker in the
school house at Hublenburg
For the borough and township of How
ard at the school house in said borough.
For the township of ltu-h at the Cold
Stream school house.
For the township of Snov, Shoe at the
school house near Samuel Askey.
For the township of Marion at the house
of Joel Kline, in Jacksonville. '
For the borough of Mtlesbtirg at the
achool house in Mileeburg.
For the township of H<gg- at the new
school hou-e in Central City.
For Iho township of Huston at the hou v
of John Jteod.
For the Township ot IVnti at tho house
of W. L. M USMT.
For the township of Liberty in tho school 1
house at Eagloville.
For the township of Worth at the school,!
house in Port Matilda.
For township of Ifornsido at the
house late of J. K Boak.
For tho township of Curtin at the school
house near Robert Mann-.
For the borough ef Vnionville and t'n
ion township at the new school house it'
UnionTille.
For the borough of Phili| burg at the
public school house in said borough.
In pursuance of an act of the General (
Assembly of the Commonwealth. entitled ,
"An Act relating to the election* of this
Commonwealth,' ptis-ci the lai day of
June laoy ,
NOTICE is hereby given that the Gen
eral Election will be o|>ened between the
hours of G and 7 o'clock in tho forenoon,
and ahall continue without interruption <r |
adjournment until 7 o'clock in the even
ing, when the polls shall be closed. <
And in and by the said act 1 am further.'
directed to give po'ico "thai every person ]
except iustiuo* oi the peace, who shall hold ,
any office or appointment of profit and ,
trust under the government of the I'nited ,
States, of this State or of any city or incor- ,
porated district, whether a commit*ioncd
officer or otherwise a -uhordiOHtu officer ,
or agent sfbo is cr shall be employed un
der tho Legislative or Kxecutivo or Judi
ciary department of this Stale, or of any
incorporated district; and alo that every
member of Congress and of select or com- ;
mon council of any cilv. commissioners of
an? incorporated district, is by law Inca
pable of holding or exercising at the same
time the office or appointment of judge, in
spector or clerk of any election of this
Commonwealth, and that r.o ir.-pector,
Judg-, cr a ( .v other Officer of any election,
! -hall Vie eligible to any office then lobe vo-
I tod for "
The inspectors and judges of thooleo- 1
lions shall meet nt their respective places;
appointed for holding the election in the
district, to which they respectively belong,
before seven o'clock in the morning, and!
each of said inspectors ahull appoint one!
clerk, who shall be a qualified voter of
sucl* district.
In eafl the person who shall have re
ceived the second highest number of vote.-
for*inspector shall not attend on the dnv of
any election, then the person who shall;
have received the second highest number!
of vot®s forjudge at the next proceeding
election shall act a* inspector in his place.
And in case the person who shall have re
ceived the highest number of votes for in
spector shull not attend, the person elected :
judge shall appoint an inspector" in hi-;
place ; and in ca-u the person elected judge'
shall not attend, then the inspector who
received the highest number of votes shall
appoint a judge in hi* place or if any vn
cancy shall continue in the board for the,
space of one Lour after the time fixed by
law for the opening of the election, the
3u alifled voters of the township, ward, or
istrict for which such officers shall have
been elected, present at such election, shall 1
elect one of their number to fill such va
cancy.
It shall be tho duty of the several asses-;
son of each district te attend at the place
of holding every mini, MOM im Of town-j
ship oiectfon. 4dring tho whulo said elec
tion i* kept open, for tho purpose of giving
information to tue inspector* and judges
when called on, In relation to tho right of
any person assessed by them to vote at
such olection, or such other matters in re
lation to the assessments of voters as the
said inspector of cither of them shall from
time to time require.
No person shall bo permitted to vote at
any election, as aforesaid, tlbcr tuan a
freerr.a.. of v*"> ot. twenty-dno -years or
rnbrd; Who shall have resided in the State
it least one year, and in the election dis
trict where fie oners his vote at least ton
days immediately proceeding snch elec
tion, and within two years paid a State or
county tax, which shall haye beaq assessed
at least ten days before the election. But
a oitiaen of the United States who has pre
viously been a qualified voter of this State
and removed therefrom and returned, and
who shall have resided in the election dis
paid tttfi M afbrenaid, ihall bt
' entitled to vote, although they thall no
ha v o paid lax*<
" No porton ilull bo permitted to vot
w ho** name is not contained in tint lit o
tnvuMo inhabitant* ftmiUhed by th coin
i. missioner*. unlit** ftr*t lie produce are
I coipt tor the payment within two years o
County t>i assessed agreeabh
II • til ill* Constitution mid fIVM S*tlf*CtO-J
.1. evidence either on hi* oth or affirmation,
<1 or thdoalh or MttiruiMtion of another, thul
id )n< has paid such lav, or on fallurw to pro
duce M r>ceipt, khwll make oath to th pay
in iit thereof, Second, if h* claim tn
i in lit to vol i' by being an elector between
** th* an* of twenty-oiie and twenty-two
vnar he shall depose on oath ar iflraa
"*ll ion that im ha* riißiiimi in tbt* Stat* at
l*aat on* yoar n**t li*t*r* In* a|>t>hi-aliun,
land make such proof of r*idnni'* in lb*
t district a i* rexjiureU by lbi act, and that
im dm - .veril.x believe from Jllie account
,giv cn him, that he t* of ajf* aforesaid. and
■ ucli other <-vidtnee a* i* required by thi*
'' ut, whrttu|ion lb* name of tint perton
''thus admitted to col* shall bo inertd in
V Ihe alphabetical lot liy lb* uu|ivcior*. and
J a note made ot>po-ile thereto by writing
ihew -rd "tax if be shall be admitted to
voto by reason ol having paid la*, or tho
word '"age if he shall be admitted to vote
by ri risen I -Uch age shall be called out
!o ilia clerks, who shall make th* Ilk*
l " J note* on the im of voter* kept by tbetu.
In all cases where the name ot the per
'' son claiming to voto i* found on the lint
r J lurnisheil by the commissioner* and a.seas
or, or hi* right to vote, wh*th*r found
' r thereon or not, is objected to tb* duly ol
the tiispeeiortt to examine such perseli on
'' oath a* to bi> nuahflxalion*, and if IM
' claims to have refilled in the State for on*
' y ear or more lit* oath shall bo sufficient
'' proof thereof, but shall maka proof by at
least one competent witness, who shall
" be a qualified elector, that he ha* resided
'1 IU the district for more than ten day* nasi
. immediately proceeding such election, and
sba't aim himself swear that bi* Aoww di#
' residence ill pursuance of bl* lawful call*
■' ing, is in said dislricl and that he did not
' remove into said district for the purpose of
'[.f voting therein.
Kvcry ticrsou qualified, a* aturesaid, and
\ who shall make due proof, if required, of
tin- residence and payment of i%xae, as
laforesaid, shall be auiuitlcd to vot* in lb*
towiubip, ward, or district in which b*
? shall reside.
1 ' If any person shall prevent, or attempt
, to prevent any officer of this election, un-i
' der this act, from helding such election,
' or use er threaten aey violent* to any
such officer, or shall block up th* window
' where the same may be holding, er shall
riotously disturb tho peace *f such election
or shall use any intimidating threat*, lore*
[I or violence, with design to influence un
duly or overawe any elector, or to prevent
him from voting, er restrain the freedom
of choice, such person, on conviction shall
"jb* lined in any sum not exceeding flea
, hundred dollars, and imprisoned for any,
tunc not less than three nor rnoro than
twelve mouths, and if it shall be shown to
tho court, where lha trial* o! such offea-'
| ses shall be had, that th* person so offend-1
tug was not a resideal of the city, ward, j
district or township where the offense wa* ;
committed, and not entitled to vote tbero
(in, then, on conviction, he shall be sen
tenced to pay a hoe of not tees than one
hundred nor more than one thousand dol
lars, and be impr soned not iesf than.six
mouths nor more than two year*.
If any person, not by law qualified, shall j,
fmudufently voto al any election of thtej
Common wealth, or being otherwise quail
tied shall vole out ol his proper district, if
any person offending shall, on conviction
be lined in any tutu not exceeding two ■
hundred dollars, and be imprisoned In any
term not exceeding three months.
If any person shall voto at morel
than one election district, or otherwieo;
fraudulently vole more than once on lb*
same day, or shall fraudulently fold and .
delivor l>i the inspector two ticket* togeth
er with the uiicntly illegally to vote, or.'
shall procure another to do so, h*orlh*y||
offending shall, on condition, be fined ta 1
any *um not lc, than fifty nor more thani
five hundred dollars, and be imprisoned!,
f r a term not loss than three nor morej'
than twelve months. If any person not
qualified to rote in this Commonweailii i
agreeably to law, i except the son* of quail-j
tied cllixcnsj shall appear at any place of ; {
election for the purpose of influencing the j
ritixeiis qualified to vote, he shall on con-;
viction, forfeit and pay any sum not ex- {
. ceedmg one hundred dollars for every
MMM and be imprisoned for any q
term not exceeding thiee month*.
B V SHAFFKH.
'Sheriff. 1
Sliortlidge & Co..
PROPRIETORS OF THE |
Bellefonte Lime Quarries, |
Tho only Manufacturers of Lime, bornl
exclusively with wood, in Central
Pennsylvania.
DKA i.l.K* IN
Anthracite Coal,
White I.itne,
Ihi Pout's Powder,
Sporting and Blasting Powder on
haud,
Fuse for Blasting,
Fire Brick,
iiround Fire Ciay,
Fertilizers,
Implement*.
janSO 73
Dili. .' ittti yard noar South end ef the
Itald Kag'o \ alloy Ksiiread Depot, Be 11*-
! Onto, Pa. JnnlttTS
NOTICE. •
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween \ \V Graff and Ner Thompson, at
Contra It ill, in tho mercantile business, is
this day dissolved by Mutual consent. All
person* knowing themselves indebted to,
and all persons having claim* against aaid
nrm will pleas* call and tettle their ac
count* with Ja*. t.a'hell. with whom the
'book* have boon left, at Centre Hill whe is
authorised to settle them,
Milrev, Jan. 22 1ST:: A. W. GRAFF
NER THOMPSON.
The undersigned beg* leave to inform
. th,- e Mama f( CVntr* ilitl and vicinity,
that hav u.g purchased Ner Thcnuixun'i jn
toro.t in tho centre Ilill loro ho will rontin
,uo ino business at the Old Stand. Thank
ful for pal favor* he beg* a continuance of
the ame.
30 Jan I m. A.W. GRAFF.
ILLINOIS FARM FOR SALE!
am ACHES: FIRST OCAS* LAND; •-
I ly •! year* improved '■ rom prairie auil, with
I building*, orchard Ac, It i* 8 mile* di
j rcctly ninth of Jolict, next to Ohicago the
[ most thriving city in the lt and 1J mila*
i cast of the in< nrporated village of Klwood
' situated on Chicago A St. Louis K. K 45
■ utile* front Chicago, tho great market of
this oountry, and 10 mile* from coal ra
tion*. Population largely inlertpersod
with Ist clas. Ponn'a. Germans.
1 desire to inve*t in Commercial busi
nesa Addros* W. NICHOLSON,
novSSm Klwood, Will Co. lIL
NE PLUS ULTRA.
No Better Place!
The subscriber is just receiving from the
eastern cities a Full Stock of
FALL and WINTKR ~<K>I)S
which ho hna dclormipcd to 01l very
cheap, consisting of
DRY MMDS and 1
Prints, Muslin*. Opera Cantons, and Woll
Flannels. Ladies Dross Goods, such as
Dolains, Alpacas, Poplins, Km press Cloth.
Sateens, Tnmeise. together with a full
'took of everything usually kept in the
Dry Goods lino.
NOTIONS :
A full stock, consisting part of Ladies and
Children's Merino iloe CclluL Kid
gloves, best ouality silk and Lisle thread
ulovt-<, Goods', Nulias, Breakfast shawls,
HATS & CAPS,
! A full assortment of
Men's Boy's and Children's
ot inn latest style aud best-
CLOTHING,
Ready made, a choice selection of Men's
land Boy'sol tho Hottest styles and most
serviceable materials.
BOOTS & SHQES,
A verv large stock of Men's W omen's and
Children's and sold very low.
Queens ware,
full assortment.
[GROCERIES
y
1 a full stock at the lowest prices.
At the old stand of
WM. WOLF.
DEATHS.
] On Hlh ult , in Aaronsburg. Wiliart
Ourry, son of Jacob and Mary llolloway
aged 10 months.
On the Ist, iusC, in Potior township, A!
Fred Newton, soli of John and ltehoeei
1 Kmrlck, aged fl years, 10 mouths and S
day.
' On 3rd, in*!., Philip Van Neida, of near
Madisonhurg, aged 04 years, b nioiitlis and
146 days.
MARRIAGES
On £ird ult., J. H Kern and Mist 1.. A
Confer, both of Perm twp.
On liOtli ult., Huben McUe* ami Mary
lllgen.bolh of George's valley.
On IHh inst., John Kaucli and Joanna
Shaffer, both of Madisonhurg.
On 'JHIh ult , S W Nigniund of *>alona
to Mist ICivina C. Haartc, of Hublnrsburg
On 80th ult , by Itev S. If Bennington
Mr. Jacob liou't* of Harris twp , t<> Sirs
llebacca J Garbrick of Walker twp
On the same day, by the same Mr. Hen
jaruin Fulton of Milewburg, to Mr* Mag
gie T. Shultx of Curtin Station.
ADMINISTKATOK S NOTICE
letters of AdmioislraUuii on the
estate of Wm. M Minn, late of Potter
township, have been granted to the
undersigned, residing in eaid township, to
whom all poreon* indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate payment,
and those having claims or demumf., will
present the same.duly authenticated for *et
llemeuL K. K M MINN,
A. LUCHKNBACU.
jan3o.6t Adiuinistralors
COACH & SMITH SHOPS FOR
SALE.
The lot and Coach and Smith Shops, al
Centre Hell, lately occupied by Goo. 1)
Harpster, are offeied at private sab-
There are three Shop* upon the premise.,
all new iwo-etory frame building*, suita
ble for carrying on all the different branch
ee of Coachmaking, smithing, a.Hid-uork,
[painting, trimming, Ac. There i* also a
new stable upon tho lot. The location i.
one of the beet in Centre Hail, and a iarg,,
trade can be readily secured For further
information address WM WOLF,
Centre Hall, Pa
A NNUAL STATEMENT.
i Office of "The Farmer * Mutual Fire In
surance Company of Centre comity.
Curst HALL, Jan. 13th, 173
In compliance with the provisions of
their charter, the Director* present the
fifteenth annual statasocnt of the transac
tion* of the Company :
AsstTTs
i Bills receivable, be
j ing premium notes
j due and payable by
member* for insur
| ante the past year. $2U,4T824
{On which there has
bean paid...4'>'.l
Leaving due oa pre
mium nolo* taken
the past years3ool I U>
•To this add assess
ii!ecu No. 7, tor
payment of losses 4,48514
Making the total
available assetts of
I the company the
! past year ............ $34,4*614;
Ex ravage.
Compensation to di
! rectors.,... slti2W
■Salary of*Secrtary. 131)00
{Salary of Treasurer. fit) 00
Printing, office rent,
postage, and sta
tionary p.7 -x
Election Board 5,00
W. P. Wilson, At
torney Fees 1000
Lues tea.
Dan 1 Durst on barn <OOO
Uriah Stover on
wash house 40 00
Dillon A M Kinney
on store good* 8,43) TO
Cook A K reamer on
merchandise...... 000 W
"■ I
$4,536 U
Total accrueing as
setts aad funds of
the company tho
past year $ la. 8® 21
To which add funds
of the previous
y*rs $117,51* Jf
Lest amount of nates
expired and can
celled. Ji/.tgW
$7.523T8
Mak ing the total
available assetl* of
the company this
day $107,398'.M
Risk* aad insurance*
taken th* past
year 140 147 41~
Bame heretofore
retorted for pre
vious years 3,740.00b OH
Grand total of
risks and inturan
cas since organisa
tion 3.380,755 50
From wkich de
duct policies ex
pire* end cancel)
ed 1,742,30010
tI*,3UO4D
Liabilities, due Member* for Losses.
Cook A K reamer 1619 hi
J. W Stemm .... 471 40
Fred. Kurta....... 12500
; Total Liability.. 2188 21
Outstanding taxes
due the sum -
pany l8A 04
GEO. BUCHANAN. Pre*'l.
AtUat i
Alix. Shannon, Sec'y.
At an election held tho same day, the
following members were elected Director*
for the ensuing year : Geo. Buchanan,
Joshua Potter. Henry Keller, Jas W
Campbell, John Krumrine, Am*i Alexan
der. J G. Mover. John Wolf, Samuel
Gramly John U Keller, and David Gil
liland
Whereupon tho new board? organised
and appointed the following officer* :
President Geo. Buchanan.
Vice President—Joshua Potter.
Trees urer—Henry Witmer.
Seers'ary Alex. Shannon.
TheCompanv wish to call theattciHior.nl
the people of Ibis valley to statement ma-lc
voluntarilv before the annual meeting, by
Mai. J, B. Fiher, of Gregg township,
as to hi* experience in tho year 1872, in
matters of insurance :
Ist. He insured In two other companies,
in 1872, to amount of S4BOO- on lh! nc had
to pay assessment* >u *amo year, amount
ing to $110,25.
2nd. Ho was insured in tho Penns
valley company to amount of s'*l,9Bo—
five times more—in 1872. and only
paid laxos to amount uf $00,85 tcr same
time.
THE ONLY PLACE TO BUY
good Boots djr Shoes.
BURNSIPK & THOM AS
Have just received 50 cases of Boot>
and Shoes.
BURNSIDE A THOMAS
Sell the cheapest and best Boob,
and Shoes.
BURNSIDE A THOMAS
Are the only ones in Centre co. thai
have Lester Bro's A Co., Boots <fcj
Shoes.
Lester Bro's A Co., Boots and Shoes
are warranted.
BURNSIDE A THOMAS
Soil thum at Cash price*.
BURNSIDE A THOMAS
Boots and Shoes never leak or crack
BURNBIDK A THOMAS
Boots and Shoes always give satisfac
tion.
Thousands in this cuuuty and out ol
it hnvp tried these Boots A Shoes.
They have been tested and tried for 15
years and always have given Extra
satisfaction.
Ifyouwantto save doctor bills buy
your Boots and Shoes from Burnside
A Thomas.
You cau buy the beet articles of To
bacco and cigars at half price at
Burnsidee A Thomas.
The reason you can get such bargain?
at Burnside A Thomas, they sell for
I Cam. julylU.tf,
11K LLt KONT KIfA R K ETH.
•Jorroctod by 0. If. Keller.
ll White <Yheat $1.1*6. Ked M 0.... Ryo
f ' 76 Coin 00 ....Oats 40.. Barley 00.
70 Olororseed 6.00 Potatoes 46.
I- hard per pound 7 Pork tier pound 00
a Butter 20 KggsUO Plaster perton
3 sl4 Tallow H Bacon ft Ham 12
LKWIHToWN MAKKKTS
r White wheal ),H6 .. Kt d wheat 1.W.... Ky<
d7O ...Corn 40 Oat. 86 Barley AO
Clnverseed 6,00 Tiinothyeeed, 860 j
I Salt 1! fa! per sack
Ilucm Ok- Ham 10 Butter 26... Kgg*
2b Plaster V 60
Miners' Hospital
GRAND
jOIFT CONCERT
:i i
TO 08 II KI.II AT
|SIK KM AKEK'BOPERA HOUSE,!
Shenandoah, Schuylkill Cb., /'a.,
WEDNESDAY, MAR. 26. 73. 1
SKKITOOO
In YnluubleGlFTS let be (stern Away i
J<
o*g uaAMO tfxriTAt oirr or
$1.j,000 iu AMEKICAS' GOLD, j
Two Grand Capital Gift* of S6,UJO each
in Greenback*. Whole number of pret
erit * M.OUI
Okxist nxa - G. A. Herring, Treaaurer!
Si h. County, Pa.
By permission we publish the following!
i i eentlcineii as reference*:
George G. Jacubv Ea| , Chief Burgee*
of Shtm.tij.iah : J B Mt Cautani, Cashier,
Shenandoah Valley Bauk ; Win. Grant, of
l.*e. Grant A Ce., Shenandoah: J. Was
ley, superintendent Thompson Coal Co..
a shenan4..ah; Geo It Parrttb, General
Superintendent Wilke.barreCV.ai A Iron
• ; Tho*. Cassidy, superintendent of Su
gar-Notch Colierioi, James Griffith, min
ing superintendent of Krnpire Mine*,
\N ilki'sbarre: Col. J. J. Connor, Pott*-!
ville; Hon Wm. M Kandall, Schuylkill
Haven ; llr Thomas Wren, E<j . P >IU
jvUJe, Caul J. K. Helms, Schuylkill lis
-1 c. Ifaniel Barlow. Ks<i . Mabanoy City . j
JAM i'assiuute Ksu., PotAsville ; John
s eiiey, Pre* of M A 1. Bil of Schuylkill
• >uuty and I>r. A P Carr of St Clair, Pa. !
AGENTS WANTED to eeii ticket*, to
ahum a liberal ioinuii*sion will be paid.
Single Ticket*. $1,00; five ticket*, $4,60; j
ten ticket*, f'.'.OO.
Send fer brograinme* All comtuunica-'
lions must be addrmeed to
O H. Ml A PPKK, /(ui.s Manager : I
Box tAII, Shenandoah, Schuylkill Co., Pa. j
O 1 c.
GET THE BEST.
Tux Obiuimal Howk Siwibo M a< uik
Ixiraovx*.—The Howe, the original and
yet the best has the fallowing points of ex
leellence:
Simplicitv F construction
Symmetry of form and beauty of finish.
Rapidly and stillness in operation.
K*se w ith which it can I<- maru.ged
Nonliability to miss stttchea, having A
, LITWVEABLE head, which can be readily ad-J
justed close te the shuttle, when using
j cither the finest or coarsest needle
A shorter and smaller needle, in propor- j
the *iae of the thread, than used;
with any other machine.
The Lock Stitch, alike on both tide* of'
the fabric.
Economy of thread.
Strength and firmness with which the
=cuius are urawn together.
Bound nets, fullness, regularity and
beauty ef stitch.
Adaptability to the widest range of work
sewing lite finest and coarsest laortcs, and
using equally Weil the finest and coarsest, :
and nil sr u-rmediatr grade* of atlk, Cutlon ;
and Linen Thread.
II F BAKTLEV, of Beilefonte, has the
K< >cy for Centre county, for the Howe ,
t< will travel the county. and person*
wishing a machine about which tbtro it no
fault, should wait and give the Howe A
trial, before purchasing jnnS.Sm.
A. SUSSMAN
LEATHER & SHOE FINDING.
in lower room. No. 1. Bush T block, where
he keeps on hand A stock of *
WHITE and RED LEATHER
and HA RXESS.
Kips and CalfSkins
French and City Finish,
A KING LEATII KB, SHOE
FINDINGS OF EVERY DE
SCRIPTION.
Haw Hides
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
Trunk* and
Valises
OF ALL KINDS
RAW FURS, of all kinds bought
and bigheet price paid.
Clover and
Timothy Seed
always bought and on hands. WHEAT
and OATS specially bought and the high
est Cash price paid.
Go to Suttman's, there you can buy
cheaper than elsewhere, a* everybody
knows, who ever dealt with him. He let*
no one off without a good bargain.
Next door to Sussman's is tnc cheap dry
good* establishment of Isaac Guggenheim
er. ap&.tf.
C. PKCK. J. T. Laa.
PECK A LEE'S
New
Coach Manufactory.
CENTRE IIALL. PA.
The inderigned havo opened a new e-
Übli.hment, at their new hop, for the
manufnctuie of
Carriagos,
Buggies,
A Spring Wagons,
St.rion* sxn Si.kus,
Phxis axii Fakct
of every description .
All vehicles manufactured by them
are warranted to render satisfaction, and at
equal to any work done elsewhere.
They use none but the best material,
and employ the tnol skillful workmen,
llenco they flatter themselves that their
work can not be excelled for durability
and finish.
Orders from a distanoe*tsr<*mptly alt end
! Ed to.
Come and examino our work before
[contracting elsewhere.
PRICES REASONABLE,
Ali kinds of Re paring done.
PECK A LKK.
ADAM HILD.
PAINTER,
offers his services to the citixens of Mifflin
Centre and adjoining counties, in
II oil mo. Nlru and Ornuionatal
I'Hilltillg.
! GRAINING _ m .
Oak, Walnut, Maple. Ash,
Mahogony. Ac.
Plain and Fancy Paperbanging. Or
iders respectfully solicited.
1 All Una work done for other painters.
June 1 y.
1 RYNDER'S • MUSIC STORE,
|
LOCK HAVEN, PA.
Tho proprietor of Hyudor'a Music Bto re deairea toc*U the nttaotioa of the poople of Centre county, to tho fct
that they
Can Save Money
by purchasing their tnuticftl iostruioenu ot Kyuder'a Music Store. Wo or* Mlltog
Doublet Deed, Six Stop, Five Oclavo .Organs, at 8140,
superior in lone aud finish, to thoee that are hawked and peddled throoghout the oouotry at f175 to 1200.) The
we warrant for five years. We give toy reasonable credit desired to responsible parties).
We beg leave to call your attention to the following instruments, sold in PennaraUey this year, which you .would
do well to examine before purchasing elsewhere :
CENTRE HALL.
8. 8. WOLF, Ryoder Organ $225 00
WM. GALBKAITiI. Ryuder Organ 140.00
LEMONT.
DR. J. Y. HALE, American Organ $375 00
PETER BCHRECK, ltyndar Organ 140.00
AARONBBURG.
WM. ETTINGER, Rynder Organ ••••••eee#•••••*••••• •#•••••**•••••#•••••#••*•• $240.00 -
BOALBBURG.
MIBB E. E. H U NTER, Melodioo $130.00;
In a few weeks we will call attention to our
PIANO DEPARTMENT.
In short by writing a letter to us and getting oar prices—we deliver all instruments—
You Can Save From 840 to 860 on anTTlr^an.
RYJVDERS MUSIC STORE, Lock Haven, Pa.
NEW GOODS 1 NEW GOODS!
O* He KELLER,
BISHOP STREET BELLEFONTE, PENMA,
is now prepared, at the Old Stand on Bishop Street, to toll
DB7 BOODS, ShoM,®arptts
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE, AC-, AC.,
at grea'ly reduced price*. He ie also prepared to purchaao
ALL KINDS OF GRAIN!
Ftm WHICH HE WILL PAY THE
HIGHEST MARKETPRICE!
ASH rt-RCUASKKS SILL FISD SCPXEIOB ISDCCESSKTS^IM
apr.lfttf.
I. Guggeiilicinier.
ARRANGEMENT!
ISAAC Gkugesueimer. having
purchased the entire slock of the lata
tirm of Susaman fc Guggenhcimer, ex
cept tbe Leather aud Sboe-fiudinga,
has filled up bis shelves with a lot of
STLEXDID NEW GOODS,
embracing
READY MADE CLOTHING,
DRESS GOODS,
GROCERIES,
PROVISIONS,
ROOTS A SHOES,
HATS A CAPS,
ANI> FANCY ARTICLES
and is now prepared to accomodate all
bis old customers, and to welcome RII
new ones who mav favor him with
tbeir patronage. lie feels safe in say
ing that he can please tbe most fastidi
ous Call and see.
ISA AC GUGGENHEIM ER
P. B.—Mr. Susaman still continues
to deal in
LEATHER AND SHOE-FINDINGS,
CLOVER end TIMOTHY SHEDS.
in tneold room, where be may alway
be found. 12p.tf.
C. F. Herlachcr N. Croomiller.
NEW GOODS!
fBISH A 3 fl 1 V A 3.
or
FALL GOODS!!!
IIEKLACHKR & CRONMILLER
With to infoim the citiieu. of Potter
thai they have opened an entire new
ttock of good* in their old quarter*, end
will keep conatantly on hand a full and
food aaaortnient of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
consisting of
ALPACAS,
Poplins,
PLAIDS,
Lustre*.
and all other kind* ol
DRESS GOODS.
full line of
NOTIONS and FANCY Goods
Hat* A Cape, Boot* it Shoe*
CROCKERY.
STONEWARE. CEDAR WARE,
SUGARS.
TEAS, COFFKKS 'CAIT
FISH, SALT.
etc., etc , etc..
All of which we offer at greatly reduced
''TlfgheU price* paid for country produce.
Br Uriel attention to bu.inc.s we hope to
merit and receive the patronage of the
public
Excelsior Cement*
The underxigned now manufacture Ce
met W ARKANTKD OF A 811PKRIOK
QUALITY, at their kilns.near Pine
Creek Mills, in Hainex two. Thix cement
hat already been uxed in large quantities
upon the L. C. A 3. C. R R-. and has been
found highly satisfactory upon all jobs
where it lias been used, and as equal *o
any now manufactured. The undersign
ud now take pleasure in recommending,
and warranting it to all, for uo in tls-
TKRNS, WATER PIPES, or whatever
purpo&o a flood quality of Cement u d du
rable. Thi Cement has already been
totted far and wide, and rendered the ut
most satisfaction. Persons, therefore con
structing Cisterns, laying Water Pipes.
Ac., will And it to advantage to near this
in mind, and also, that they warrant the
article as represented. For farther par
ticulars, address
MEYER A HOFFER,
'3O de tf * Aaroosburg, Pa.
HOUSE,
AUegnencT Street, Belldbnu, Pa
D. JuHNSON A 60NS, Proprietor
A rtUTCLtU BOTIL. OOarOT*L BOOK*
PROMPT A1 TENDANCE.
ALL THE MODERN CONVENIEN
CES—AND REASONABLE Charge*
Tha proprietor* offer to the traveling
public, end to their country ft tends, first
C'IAA* accommodation* end cerefiil ettea-j
tion to the venu of gusets et ell time*, etj
fair rate* Carefal hostlers end good stable*
ling for boree*. An excellent table well
•erred. A Bar aupplied with fine liquor*.
Servants well trained end everything re
quisite in e firti clew Hotel. Our lomHm
i in the business pert of the town, neerthe
Poat office, the Court Houaa. the Chur
ches. the Benk*. end the p incipel piece*
of business. render* it the moat eligible
piece for thoee who visit Bellefoete on t>u*i
or pleasure.
Ad Omoibuti will carry paeteogcr*
end baggage to and from all trains
free of charge.
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GREAT INDUSTRIES
of the united stale*, an historical sum
mary of the origin. growth and perlocUon
oflbe chief industrial arU of this country
1300 PAGES AND 500 ENGRAV
INGS
Written by 90 Eminent Authors, inclu- -
ding John B Gough, Loon Case, Edward '
Uowiand. Joe. 8. Lyman, Rev. K Edwen
Hall. Horace Greeley, Philip Ripley, Al
bert Brisbane, P. B. Parkins, Rot. Ret.
Taw eert * mM lW •* el Mn eTla
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J. B. BURR ARTDR, Hartford, Coan. ;
Chisago, 111., or tlactanaii. Ohio.
act lß>a
Am BAITM, IITXOLD'i VKW MAIM.*
• raoxT, manor at , Ballefonte.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Th# subscriber raapactftolly calls the at
tention of the public to hie eetahlUhm at,
where ha ia prepared to furnieh all kind*of
Foreign and Dome*tic Liquors' wholaaale
at the lowast cash price*, which are warran
ted to ba the beat qualities according to
their respective prices. Hi* stock consist*
of Rye, Monongahela, Irish sad other
Whiskies, all kind* of Brandies. Holland
Gin, Port, Maderia. Cherry, Blackberry
and other Wines—the beat r Villas—at as
reasonable rate* as can be had ia the city,
Champagne, Cherry. Blackberry, Ginger
and Carraway Brandies, Pure Jamaica an J
New England Rum, Cordial of all kinda.
He would particularly invite Farmers, Ho
tel keeper* and others to call and examine
hit large supply, to Judge for themselve*
hnd be certain of procuring what they buy,
which can seldom be done when purchaa
ng in the city.
tdf Phy sic tans are respectfully requested
o givo his liquors a trial. , .aplO
WJ. B BTTKLI'i
HOLES ALB WINR A LIQUOR
STORE
Bishop street, Bellefonte, in the Stone buil
ding iormarly occupied by the Key
stone Bakery
Takes pleasure in informing the public that
he keeps constantly on hand a supply Oi
choice Foreign and Domestic Liquors.
All Barrel*, Kegt and Casks warranted
to eantain tke quantity repreeented. |
The attention of practicing physicians is
•.ailed to his stock of
PURE LIQUORS,
suitable for medical purposes. Bottles,
Sj,, and demijohns constantly on hand,
e has the ONLY PURR NECTAR
WHISKY in town.
All liquors are warranted togivesatia
faction. Liquor* will be aoldtby the quart
barrel, or tierce. He has a large lot si
BOTTLED LIQUORS
Of the finest grades on hand.
Confident that he can please customer
the respectfully solicits a share of public pi
ronage my 14
BUTTS HOUSE
Bkllefonte, PA.
J. B. BUTTS, Prop'r.
Has first class accommodation ; cbarg
ea rosso— UnT . tf-
BCBINEW MAN'S COLLEGE,
No Sixth St, Pittsburg, Pa.
Book-Keeping, Pannmanship, and Ar
ithmctic.
Twt UK.iiiitxj>, $50.00.
Enter at any time. Sand for Circulai
JiuV*PaiEii^lir
Dr. Crook'i Wine of Tm
i to YEARS
-or a—
-3? Public Test
fiEL. Hpww*
|T DR. CROOK'S
X WINE
TAR
To knve mere
ty HUM any
SMMS €*▼ PP oiic fc PiHl
Ow pnMlc.
Mica off TMyMKlaaeqaakd for tfiocauw
CarUWThlMiMiUap,)r
forming the nwliirtsHi aoa
CewU OriikChNtieCMiha.
It ■lsofnrlly cam them aIL
AMkOM fIUMSj CMM
it km hen prunouwada
•pestle for UMm cnmplslate
r<*
it rBTn Of Ulußfy IHSfIWj
IHsomm of the Ertnanr ORM,
Jaundice wan ylJTer Complaint,
It has no equal.
WMett TJ^SSTwta
Debilitated,
Canst* tlieFood to Digest,
ftemom Djipepsia and
Prevents Malarious Fevera,
Gives too© to jonr System.
TBI DE.COORB WIXEOFTAI:
The Champion of the World.
The new Improved American Button-
Hole Overteoming and Complete
Sewing Jfachint' —The great
est machine of the Age !
Sim pi city, Durability <fc Cheap
ness Combined.
This machine being the litest, has many
improvements over all other, in a word, it
is a perfect machinejwhicb is acknowledg
ed br th<be*t judges andagent* of all othe
machine*.
Call on A. L. Bartge*. atauisonbuig,
who ia the authorised agent for Centre
county. Also keeps the be*t Sewing Ma
chine thread, needles, and repair* alt kinds
of sewing machines, clocks, watches, u>u
tfck boxes Ac I will thoroughly canvass
the section belonging to me, and 1 shall be
very much pleased to sell every persona
machine, on easy terms ; give it a trial be
fbre purchasing any other— llhas no equal.
Parties wishing the machine, will please
address the undersigned. Satisfaction
guaranteed. All orders promptly attend-
Sdto. A. L. BAfiTGKS,
Agent for Centre County
MADtaoSBCKo, PA.
MANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW
RESTORED!
J art tmbllebed, a m* 41tion at DR. ( rxvnhTXL I
OBLEBIATO laul •• Ik# <nkl radd
Mas lel %nsm|s*>W>. w fiinWlTWsaMsw, tawd-
Cvmhiuml feeUaew owl S'tta. taisowl by stHta-
Sskrs'i omylwwwm"
TS3S3?^^Sa = 3s 1 ctmr
jse&l.'SS
esisdwiwHil Dm dumw aw of loo*
ixSSsss.
S£ Ln of -Wch .n *afi,-rsi no matter ht Ms
siiaiiUns so be, oho nn Idiimif <Wrb privately,
"feDirties mMUls tti. hands of srvty toot
le V plain .nwlope. U> say address,
r&6?BS£&V
"XXu*- c KLINK
Post Often Bos SJSS. Ut Bsesrr.W
HOTEL. Corner oi Thirl
and Chestnut Street, Miffliuburg, Pa.
John Showers, Proprietor,
t Its Central Location makes it particularly
i desirable to persons visiting Town on
business or pleasure.
' H. A. Taylor's Livery Attached.
( onf2l ly
PURIFY YOUE BLOOD.
1 For Scrofula, Ncrofu
-1 T loon Diseases of U©
aft Ejea, or Scrofula ia
' A* finy form. ,
I *Bs> Any disease or eruption of
mAr? the Skin, disease of the Liven
Arffj Rheumatism, Pimples, O1 a
ljr Sores, Ulcers, Broken-do wo
Constitutions. Syphilis, or any
* ~ disease depending on ado
' praved condition of the blood
' CROOK'S
JgLO? SYRUP OP
fH POKE ROOT.
j It Las the medicinal property
| of I'oke evmbim d with a prep
'* 7jy aration of Iron * iiitii goes a
once into the Lli <l, perform
ing tie iuoft rajiid and wow
wf derful cures.
AmV TOUr k 1 *
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