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NEW STORE,
HARDWARE, HARDWARE,
!A\\\ BELLEFONTE. _YJ
PENN'A. FCF W
IT3HE undersigned would respectfully inform
I the citizens of Centre county that they hare
opened a
HARDWARE STORE
in the Room formerly occupied by Wilson & Bvo.
on the Northwest corner of the Diamond. They
have selected their Btock with great oare, and are
prepared to sell goods from fifty to one hundred
per sent lower than can be had at any other place.
The ladies are particularly invited to call and
.examine their assortment of cutlery. They ear
nestly solicit a ilberal portion of the public pa
tronage, and will take every pains to please.
They have constantly on hand a variety of
POCKET AND TABLE CUTLEIiY,
Riffles, Shot Guns, and Locks of every descrip
tion.
CROSS CUT, MILL AND CIRCULAR SA H'V,
And all vatrieties of
HAND-BACK, GRAFTING AND PANNEL
SA WS,
Rroad, Hand and chopping Axs. Butchers eleav
er and choppers.
DRAWING KNIVES, HAMMERS, HATCH
ETS, CHISLES. and ADZES.
HAY, MAN (IDE
AND SPREADING FORKS.
EDGE TOOLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE,
PAINT AND DUSTING BRUSHES,
NAILS, PAINTS, OIL, GLASS & PUT. V,
COAL OIL AND J
SA DDLER Y 'JIARD WAKfi
COACII i n
Also, COFFIN FIXTURES,
And everything that is generally kept in a well
regulated Haruware Store. Terms Cash.
BAXTRESStIi A CRIST.
JJellefonte, april 25, '6O. —y.
READ! READ!!
GREAT ATTRACTION 111
NEW AND" CHFAP
Clolljing (Sinporiuin,
NORTH SIDE OF THE DIAMOND,
BELLEFONTE, PENN'A.,
City branch of Rcizenstcine Brothers, 124
North Third Street, Philadelphia.
THE undfrsigr.cd Respectfully announce to
t lie inh; bitunts of .Centie county, end the
public in gnera!, that they have opened nt the
above mined place, the most extensive assort
ment of
READy-MAI)E CDOTHING,
and Gentlemen's Furnishing foods, that has ever
been exhibited in this borough, which thoy will
sell
30 !Per Cent. Cheaper than the' Cheapest.
Our stock embraces a full and complete assort
men of Fino Black Cloth Cress and Frt ck Coats,
Cassiuaere Busin ess Coats Satinet, Tweed, /ean.
Farmers' and Mechanics' Cnssimoro, Frock and
ack Coats, Poa Jackets, Ac., Ac
0 VERCOA TS OF LINE CLOTH,
Presidnnt and Moscow Beavers, Seal and Lion
sk in and Union Cassiinerss, ribbed and plain.
PANTALOONS OF FINE CASSIMERE
and Doeskin black Silk mixed, and other fancy
.colors, of the latest, syl s, as well as Satinet and
Union Cassimers ; Pants of strong and substan
tial material, for farmer, laborer and me
chanic-
AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF VET SS
such as Satin, t-ilk, and Silk-finished Velvets,
Grenadine, Valencia, Mattalese, Cassimere; cloth
Satinet, Ac.
A general assortment of Boy ' and Youths'
Clothing and Gi nt U men's Furnishing Goods,
Hats, Caps, Undershirts and Drawers, Knit Jack
ets, Fine White and Fancy-bosom Shirts,
Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Stocks and pravats,
Socks and Gloi es, Trunks, Valices, Carpet-bags.
Umbrellas, and, in short, everything uscallv
found in a ell assorted store of this kind.
We also kecr> a fine assortment of
FANCY GOOD? AND NOTIONS.
such as Pocket books l'urtmonuies, Po;-ket
knives and Razors, Copibs, and Watch
chains, Keys und Guards, Finger rings & Breast
j_ is, Violin and Guitar Strings, Pistols, Revolv
ers Percussion Cape, Spectacles, Spy Glasses.and
a gri. t many other fancy and useful articles, too
numerous to describe, all of which ,yre will soli at
,the Lowest Cash Prices.
Wo invite every person in need of Clothing or
any of,the above mentioned articles, to favor us
with a call and examine our good£, and prices,
and we are confident that- we can give ss tisfaction,
sndevqry person shall feel inclined to tell his
friends There Goods and Cheap can be
got. We are constantly receiving accessions to
oor stoek from REIZ ENSTEINE BROS, Philadel
phia/with whom we are connected, and shall al
ways be supplied with a good variety of all the ars
tides in our line, which will surpass in style, cut,
workmanship and cheapness, those of any other es-
this part of the country.
A. STERNBERG A CO.
Bsllefonte,. Oct. 4, 61 tf.
AMERICAN
Life Insurance & Trust Company,
OFFICE, AMERICAN BUILDINGS,
Walnut St., S. E. corner of Fourth,
PHILADELPHIA.
[lncorporated 1850.—Charter Perpetual.
Capital, $500,000 L'aid up, $250,000.
ASS,ETS, January 1, IS6P
(Tk/I"ONEY on DEI OSJT with the Company all
(JAL safely invested ip Bonds, Mortgages, and
other first class securities, separate from and not
included in the following items:)
First Mortgages, Real Estate, and
Ground .Rents, amply secured, $188,342 81
; Loans of City of Philadelphia, Read
ing Railro'd First-Mortgage B'nds,
State of Tennessee Bonds, Wyom
ing Canal First Mortgage Bonds,
Bank and other Stocks, and Loans
on Call, secured by ample collat
erals, 412*104 99
Bills receivable on Mutual Policies, 21,217 15
Cash in Lands of Agents, secured by
Bonds, 7,138 72
Cash on Hand and in Banks, 66,775 15
present Value of Future Premiums
calculated to December 31, 1860, 1,185,648 75
$1,871,127 67
ALEXANDER WH-ILLDIN, President.
SAMUEL WORK, Vice President.
JOHN C. SIMMS, Secretary,
JOHN S. WILSON, Treasurer,
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
Alexander Whilldin, J. Edgar Thompson,
Samuel Work, John Atispach, Jr.,
John C Farr, Jonas Bowman,
John Aikman, William J. Howard,
Samuel T. Bodine, R. H i'owosond, M. D.,
George Nugant, Albert C Roberts.
H. B. Eldridge, kmar. 7,-'6l. —ly.
POSTS FOR SALE—
The ucdersighed has or.
bond and for sale a large supply of Posts of all
kinds, which will be sold in quantities to suit pur
e. •< .1 reasonable prices. Perron? wien.
ing to buy will please call on the subscriber at his
residence its M -.'.esburg, or upon Mr. Wagner at
the Milesburg Mill. JAMES BROWN.
1an.17, 'Bl.
ANCIENT JERUSALEM.
A LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL
ISOMETRIGAL PICTURE
OF JERUSALEM
AND THE SACRED PLACES
SURROUNDING THE HOLY CITY
j A3 THEY APPEARED N ANCIENT TIMES.
THE above work is commended to the favora
ble notice of clergymen, and those having
I charge of SuDday-schools, Bible-classes, andpiib
' lie institutions.
It is about nine feet loDg and six feet wide, col
| ored and varnished, and mounted on canvass with
\ rollers.
It has been constructed from the me#t reliable
j and authentic sources, and will be found an in
; valuable aid tq those eng tged in lecturing on the
I Holy land, or impartjßg instruction to school
j classes on the subject to which it refers.
It aims to give an exact ldi'a of the city as it
appeared iu ancient times. It is taken as a 'birds
eye' or'balloon' view, the beholder being, in im
agination, placed at a considerable elevation, so
as to take a comprehensive view of the city and
of the whole country for spme distance around.
The view is accompanied with an Outline Key,
ia which the different localities are numbered,
and a descriptive manual containing all the in
formation necessary to enable one to use thp view
to anvantage in teaching or lecturing.
_ THE SUNDAITsCHOOL TIMES.
giHls is a Weekly Religious Papor, published
ft at the very low prici of
OMS DOLLAR A YEAR.
It is designed for Parents, Teachers, and all
who are engaged or interested in the religious
traning of the .voting. It is also an excellent Fam
ily Paper.
A portion of the Sunday Rehaol Times is occu
pied with NARRATIVES and other matter par
ticularly interesting to young pcrsous. Teachers
will find in it much that they will like to read
to their classes—interesting matter prepared ;o
their hands, and such as they cannof find else
wheie. For the same reasons, members of Bible
olasses, and older scholars generally, will be great
ly benefitted by the perusal of this paper,
Tho Sunday School Times has every week a re
port of the choisest matter, selected from the
NOON PRAYER-MEETINGS, which are so in
teresting to all classes of Christians.
Besides a large aipount of general religious im
telligeuce, the Sunday - School Times containes all
the most recent Sunday-school news. It reports
all important CONVENTIONS pf Sunday-school
teachers. It discusses the questions jyhicfi most
Interest and perplex teachers'and parents, respect
i g the various methods of training for
the young, the means of gaining the attention and
the affections of children, and especially of secur
ing their converson and bringing them to Christ.
The subject of MISSION-SCHOOLS for cities,
and of Sunday-school missionary work for the in
terior, is thoroughly canvassed. Indeed, there is
hardly a topic of practical importance to any who
are interested in the subject of religious education,
which is not here brought under consideration
from week to week.
The conductors of this paper endeavor to re
member that tho great endof all Christian effort is
tg bring men to Christ. They aim, accordingly,
to pet into every number ef the paper something
which shall have for its direct object the conver
sion of souls.
SpEC^itOFFER.
The Proprietors of the Sunday-School Times
having acquired the exclusive right of sale of the
splendid work mentioned above, (he MAP OF
ANCIENT JERUSALEM, offer it as a special
premium to those superintendents, teachers, or
others, who will assist in getting subscribers to the
paper.
We offer this superb premium to any ono woo
will send us the names of 12 new subscribers and
sl2 in cash.
CAUTION.
ffSt" In every case, before beginning to can
vass, be sy/efio .write .to us and obtain the'neces
sary documents and instructions. These will help
you greatly in prosecuting the york, and will
save you many mistakes. Enclose 5 cents in
stamps to pay postage. Address
PROFitieypßS OF THE S,DNDA,Y SCHOOL TmEg,
148 Somh Fourth street, Philadelphia.
N. B.—Specimens of the Sunday School Times,
and a copy of kb.c Map of Ancient Jerusalem, may
be seen at the store of Tonner A Steel, Bellefonte,
P. [apr. 11, 1861,—2 m,
GREEN'S DRUG AND.!VARIETY TORE. '
North-East Corner of the Diamond,
BELLEFONTE, PA
TE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully in- ■
orm his pairons and the publio generally
that he has just returned from Eastern Markets
where he has purchased and is now selling the
largest and bo t assortment of DRUGS. MEDI
CINES, FANCY ARTICLES, Ac., ever brought
to this country. He has constantly on hand al
the approved PATENT MEDICINES of .the day.
ALCfIOHOL, BURNING
FLUID, PINE GIL, COAL OIL, LINSEED OIL,
PA INT-*, VARNISH, Ac.,
together with a large assortment of the TOBAC
CO A SEGAR--, of the best brands.
COAL OIL A FLUID LAMPS, HAIR. TOOTH,
NAIL, CLOTHES, A PAINTBRUSHES,
PERFUMERY A IIAIR OILS.
Also, a fine assortment of Plain and Fancy
CONFECTIONERY, RAISINS, NUTS, &.C., &.C ,
TOYS of every description, also
FANCY CHINA WARE.
Prescriptions and lainily receips care'ltilly and
promptly filled.
Thankful for the patronage he has received du
ring the la-t foiy years fie solicits a contiauance
of the gain*, and from the experienco he has had
he feels confident of giving satisfaction.
Nov. 15, 18,60. — FRANK P. GREEN.
F~AIFtVIEW SEMINARY.
JACKSON VILLE, CENTRE COUNTY, PENNA.
Kcv. J. S. WEISZ, Proprietor and Principal.
Mr. W. D. WAGONER, Principal Teacher,
Miss 6". GIBSON, Assistant.
(TSUI'S institution, under its new arrangement,
A will open on the 10th of April nexj. It is
designed for young men and ladies, fer whose
moral ana intellectual improvement np pains will
be spared. The first term will consist of ten weeks
each, with tha usual vacation during harvest.
Terras as reasonable as at any other institution
of the kind. For particulars address,
Rev. J. S. WEISZ,
mar. I, '6l.—6t.] Walker. Centre,(7o., Pa.
BELEFONTE ACADEMY.
THE Bellefonte Academy will re-open on Wed
nesday the 17th of April. With the assis
tance of a successful teacher I hope to be able to
afford greater facilities fcr the acquisition of a
thorough education than heretofore.
ibe terms are low, and no deduction will .be
made for absence after the opening of school.
Common Eng. Branches, $.4.00
Extra " " and Mathematics, 5.00
The Classics, 6.00
Contingent fee, 25
A. M. WHITE, Principal.
mar. 21,18&1. —41.
JUST EECEIVEB.
A LARGE LOT OF WALL PAPER, of the
Latest Styles, which will be sold at the low
est possible prices. NODB need look elsewhere as
any taste can be suited from our large and new
stock.
We have also a fine assortment of SHAKERS,
palm and willow colored and white. Persons de
tiring goods at prices to suit the times would find
it to their advantge to buy of the undersigned
who have a choice stock of all goods generally
found in a country store,
mar.,2l, '6l.—tf.] TONNER A STEEL.
T DT~ WIN-GATE,—
,(J • DENTIST.—Office and resi- JptBSBSk
; dence on the North side of the Pub- t IJJ
\ lie Square. Will pay particular attention to the
preservation of the natural teeth. Artificial teeth
inserted on any of the approved styles. At home
exeepttwo weeks, commencing with the first Mon
j day of each mouth. [Bellefonte, mar. 21, '6l.—tf.
I "TTT ANTED.—A young man from the country, !
t unacquainted w ; tb city vices, to engage in I
I the Commission business, Ona who can command j
from S2O" to S3OO, and furnish satisfactory refer- 1
oreuces will find a permanent situation at a salary
' f inula rs, address GEORGE C. MONTEATH,
I Commission Merchant; 411 Walnut Street, Phil
adelphia, Pa., [Feb, 28, 1860.—3 m.
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sy. Paralysis, Fits, etc,
From Dr. J. F. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada.
Too nincli cannot be said of your Pills fer tha cure of
costiveness. If others of our fraternity have found them
iu- efficacious as 1 have, they should join me in proclaim
ing it for the benefit of the multitudes who suffer from
that complaint, which, although bad euough in itself, is
the progenitor of others that are worse. I believe cos
tivensss to originate in the liver, but your l'ilis affect tiiat
orgau and cure the disease. " '
From Mrs. E. Stuart, rhysician Boston.
T find one or two large doses of your Villa, taken at the
I>ro|>er time, are excellent promotives of the natural secre
tinu when wholly or partially suppressed, and also very
effectual,to clednst the stomach and ejjiel worms. They
tire so much tlie best physic we have that I recommend
po other to my patients.
From the Rev. Dr. HawJces, of the Methodist Fpis. Church.
PCT.ASKI HOUSE. Savannah, Ga.. dan. 6, 1856.
HONORED SIR: I should be ungrateful for the relief
your skill has brought me if I did not report my case to
you. A cold settled in my limbs and brought on excru
ciating neuralgic pains, which ended in chronic rheuma
tism. Notwithstanding 1 had the best of physieiaus. the
disease grew worse and worse, until by the advice of your
excellent agent in ltaitimore, Dr. Mackenzie. 1 tried your
Pills. Their effects were slow, but sure. By persevering
iu the use of them, I am now entirely well.
SENATE CHAMBER, Baton Rouge, T,a.. 5 Dec. 1855.
DR. ATER: I have been 'entirely cured, by'your Villa, of
Rheumatic Gout— a painful disease that luid afflicted me
for years. " - VINCENT SLIDELL.
JBSP Mogt of the Pills in market contain Mercury,
which, although a valuable remedy in skilful hands, is
dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conse
quences that frequently follow its incautious use. These
contain no'mercnry or mineral substance whatever.
Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Boxes for sl.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. AYEE &, CO., Lowell, Mass.
Sold by J. Harris <fc Co., Bellefonte; J.Bicg
Unionvilley R. D. Cummings, Port Matilda j
Hebl r & Co., Stormstown; H. Foster, Millhgjm >
D. 0. Bbwer, and Gross A Y- arick, Aaronsburg ;
C. Q. Ryman, Milesburg, and by one trader 'in
every village in the country.
Jan. 10, 'fiL—-iy.
E. C. HL'MES, J AS. T. HAEB
H. it. M'ALLTSTER, A. e. CURTIN
BANKING HOUSE,
Interest paid on Special. i>eposit.
HUMES, MCALLISTER HALE & CO.,
EELLRFONTE, EA.
DEPOSITS received, Bills of exchange and
Notes Discounted, Collections made and
proceeds remitted promptly. Interest paid on
special deposits for Ninety days, and under six
months at the rate of four per cent, per airtn.
For six months and upwards, at the rate (' five
per cent, per annum. Exchange on the East con
stant! v on han January, 3rd. 1861.
BELLEFONTE DISPENSARY.
Persons in want of PAINTS, OILS, VAR
NISHES, or anything of the kind, will do
well to purchase them at the Drug Store of J. A J.
HARRIS, Brockerhoff's Row, Bellefonte. Also,
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
POCKET KNIVES, FANCY ARTICLES,
PERFUMERY, TOBACCO,
SEGAKS, LIQOORS,
and all the Patent Medicines made.
• jsSurgeon's and Physician's Instrument
onnsta-tly on hand. Call and see them, nearly
oppoeil i the Conrad House.
January, 3rd 1861.
CHARLES McBRIDE,
MAS JUST RECEIVED
A LARGE AND SPLENDID STOCK OF
Dry Goods
READY-MADE CLOTHING,
GROCERIES, HARDWARE, GUEENSWARE.
\ LL of which he is selling at very reduced
-PIL.' pricef.
Goods given in Exchange for Country Produce.
„The public are invited to call and examine his
sthek before purchasing elsewhere:
Bellefonte, Nov. 3, '59. tf.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.
THESE farms are situated in Graham township,
Clearfield county, Pa., about 3 miles from the
village of Kylertown ; each contains 120 acres, of
' wL->!, thr : ?>0 or 70 acres cleared on each farm.
Or ore i- erocttv ' > r -e Two Story Frame House
and large Frame Barn, and on' the' other a log
i House and Barn. A yonng orchard on eaeh.bdar
ing fruit- Terms trade tr suitpurchaserg.
i For further particulars address,
WM. H. CAMPBELL, M. D„
Mosh-iiinoE, Centre Co., Pa.,
' Aug ,28,-1 396tf
A, HAWLEY& CO.,
PRACTICAL PERFUMERS,
I 171 North Fourth , Street, Philadelphia
THE proprietors of this esfablishmi lit feel con.
fident that their preparations will compare
j favorably with any in the world, either foreign or
domestic. EXTRACTS for the handkerchief of the
most exquisite odors.' P.QMADES and OILS for the
; hair, of the finest texture ana the sweetest per
i fumes.
SHAVING CREAMS and TOILET SOAPS of
the finest and most delicate formation.
Also, HAWLEY'S LIQUID HAIR DYE, is de
cidedly superior to any now in use.
A. JLAWLEY'S OLEATE OF COCOA. —This prepa
ration ik \he article above all others for dressing
the hair. It is exceedingly finj and delicate and
renders the hair dark, soft and glossy. The odor
is delightful. No one should be without it. Pow
pzps, BAHDOLIXE, ROUGE, AC., and every variety
of fine and choice perfumery.
IIAWLRV'S FRUIT EXTRACTS for flavoring pies,
puddings, jellle3, confectionary, and Mineral
Water Syrup*. All of which riyal the best, and
are surpassed by ncne.
A. HAWLEY'S
SQLWIFIED DENTAL CREAM,
For Cleansing. Wfiitcning ard Preserving the
teeth —This article is prepared with the greatest
care upon scierific principles, and warranted not J
to contain anything in the slightest degree delet- '
erious to the teeth or gums. Some or our most !
eminent Dental Surgeons have given their sane- '
tion to, and eheerfully recommend it as a prepa- j
ration of superior qualities for clea using, whiten- i
ing' and preserving the teeth. It cleans them j
readily, rendering them beautifully white end j
pearly, without the slightest injury to the enam- '
el. It is healing to the gums where thpy are ul- I
cerated and sore. It is atko an excellent disin.
•feetes for old decayed teetb, which are often ex
ceedinglp offensive. It gives a rich and ereamy
taste to the mouth, cleansing it thoroughly, and
imparting a delightful fragance to the breath.—
In short, it does all that could reasonably b ex
dected of any articlr ot this kind to do. A fair
srial is all that is uecessary the most fastidious or
tkeptieal that it is an article of superior merit.
Prepared only by A. HAWLEY A CO., HI
North Fourth St.. Phil'a. [mar. -'6l.—6m.
/all & Sffirufrr (Sflobs.
WILSON BROTHERS.
HAVING returned from the East, invite the at
tention of the public and their old customers
to the large and extensive assortment of
..FALL & WINTER GOODS.
wnien. they are now opening and ready to wait
upon purchasers with the largest and best selec
tion ever offered to this community.
They desire to call particular attention t their
great variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS, con
sisting in part of Challies, Lawns, all wool De-
LaiDs, of different colors. Baroges, Dress Silks,
Mantil'e l.ssues.Ac. The above goods were se
lect with great care expressly to suit the taste
j. tfee ladies. In addition to the above, are offer
ed a general assortment of Hosiery and Goves,
Collars, Dndersleeves, Dress trimmings,
CIjOTHS & CASSIMERES,
of all colors and styles at very low prices, togeth
er with one of the largest ana Dest stocks of
Ready-Made Clothing,
Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Ladies' Straw
Bonnets of the latest fashion; also, Shaker Bon
nets for wives and children.
Builders will find it to their advantage in call
ing to select their Hardware, as our assortment is
large and complete : also, Mattresses.
Mackarel, Herring, Cod Fish and salt. Sugars
Teas, Molasses from the cheapest to the
which cannot be surpassed in quality. Per|ohs
visiting BelZefonte from the country, wi 11 find it
to their advantage to ca 11 before* purchasing else,
where, as we take pleasure in showing our goods
end think'we can suit them both as to price and
qua/ity, and are determined to itli at the very
owest cash prices.
U kinds of Country produce t?.ken in ex
change for goo d-
11E >RY ADOI.PH'S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CABINET WAREROOMS,
No- 36 NORTH SECOND STREET,
ONE DOOR ABOVE CHRIST CHURCH,
And Opposite the FOUNTAIN HOTEL,
PHILADELPHIA.
TIIE largest and best assortment of Cot
tage Furniture in the city, such as
TABLES," CAIN CHAIRS, SOFAS,
STANDS, PLAIN CHAIRS. OTTOMANS,
BUREAUS, SPRING BOTTOMS, LOUNGES,
He also has on hand at all times the celebrated
" LWYERS EASYCHAIR," and the "GREAT
CAMP CHAIR,"
a folding chair that can be doubled up so as to oc
cupy no room at all scarcely. This chair is in
tended for the use of Armies. Fishing Parties,
Hunters, Camp Meetings, Ac. It also makes a
nice article of Parlor Furniture, and so light and
convenient that it can be carried anywhere under
the arm like a book. Nothing can eicel it for
comfort.
PRICE FROM 75cts. TO $lO.
The lainest and most substantial articels, as
wall as the most costly furniture,can be had
Lo-vi, JPor Casb.
AT
ADOLPH'S WARE ROOMS.
Young persons commencing house keeping wil
save
One Half Their Money
by buying from him. His motto is "Quick sales
and small profits," and the immense business that
he is doing enables him to sell lower than any oth
er firm in the city, When you came to Philadel
phia be sure to inquire for
HENRY ADOLPH'S CABINET ROOMS,
No. 3,6 North Seccnd Street.' "
Apr 26, 'GO.—Jy. r
PENNSYLVANIA IJOTEL
HAVING rented the above named Hotel", the
undersigned would respectfully inform the
citizens of Centre county, and the traveling public
generally, that he is prepared at all times to sup-
those who may make bis house their Home,
with good suDstnn.ial Fare, nnd aecomuiodafions
equal, if not superior to many of fhe City Hotels.
. , Xlis Table
is always lurnifhed with the very best the market
will afford, and every effort will be made in Ihis de
partment to cater to' the tastes of even the uios}
fastidious.
EC is Bar
will be found to contain an excellent assortment
of liquors of all kinds • 1 !
HIS ROOMS AND BEDS
are ckau aitu good, so that those who wish to
joy them, may have nothing to do but to wrap the
mantle of their couch abou, them, and lie down
to pleasant dreams, and
JBLIfS St£tfc>l©
is large and commodious and will be kept con
stantly supplied witu the best of Hay nnd Oats.—
His, Ostler is attentive and accommodating, and
plays his part o''the Drama well and with great
credit to himself. ■
P. B. KEPHART. Prp,r.
April 12,— '60.
TV[O "PANIC" AT THE N. E-CORNER
I' of Fourth and Market Streets, Phil idelphia.
HOWELL, tf MSOlitUt:
have"stoekbd their extensive establishment to jts
utmost capacity with paper hangings, curtain pa
per, Ac. Tne excellent opportunity produced by
the late panic to buy for cash has been turned to
good account by this enterprising firm.
Thei.-stqck now embraces the largest assort
ment of imported and dopestio manufactured pa
per hangings in Philadelphia, and their well de
serued reputation to sell cheap will be maintain
ed during apother season. Their abundant
means, heavy importations, extensive manufactu
ring facilities, all tend to give them advantages
which attract shrewd buyers Their business is
steadily incrhdsing each season, and if the late
panic still exists it is not visible at Fourth and
Marke streets,
apr. 4, 1861,—3 m, [Orwig.
PHILADEL 'HIA WARMING & VEN
tilating Warehoust, 1010 Chestnut street.
WE manufacture and have for sale the best assort
ment of warm Air Furnaces, Cooking Ranges, Bat
tle Boilers, Low down and Parlor Grates, for hard
or soft coal, Warm Air Registers and Ventilators,
and all other goods in cur line.
ARNOLD A WILSON,
apr. 4,'61.—1m. Orwig.
Ayers Cherry Pectoral.
PANDSOME WOMEN !
(To Tlie LacLles,
XJUNT'S "Bloom of Roses." A rich
XX and elegant color for the checks and lips.—
It will not fail orrub ojf, and when once applied,
remains durable for years. The tint is so rich
and natural, that the closest scrutiny fails to de
tect its use. Can he removed by lemn juice ind
will not injure the skin. This is a pew proration,
■ t used by the Celebrated CodrtU'esuties of L'ohdon
! and Paris. Mailed free, in bottles, with dirco
tions for use, for SI.OO
| HUNT'S- "COTJRT TOII.ET POWDER," imparts a
i dazzling whiteness to the complexion, as is unlike
anything els'e used for this purpose. Mailed free
i for 50 cents.
HUNT'S (* BRITISH, BALM.", remotes tan, freek
, les, sunburn and all eruptions of thoskin. ftfailcd
! free for 50 ctj.
HUNT!S " IMPEKIAP POMADE" for the hair,
! strengthens and imp roves its growth, keeps it from
I falling off, and is warranted to make the hair cut I.
i Mailed free for SI.OO
HUNT'S "PKAHL
gums, cleanses and whitens the teeth, harder s the
gums, purifies the breath effectually, preserves the
teeth and p' events toothache. Marled free for SI.OO.
HUNT'S •' BRIDVL WREATH PERFUME, ' L <i> IBLE
extract of orange blossoms and cologne. Mailed
free for $1.09.
This exquisite perfume was first used by the
Princess Royal of Br.gland, on her marriage.—
Messrs. Hunt k Co., presented the Princess with
an clegunt case of Perfumery, (in which all of the
above articlos were included) iu handsome cut
glass with gold stoppers, valued at SISOO, partic
ulars of which appeared iu ths public prints.
All the above articles sent free, by express, for
$5 00. Cstsh can either accompany the order, or
bo paid to the express agent on delivery of goods. I
HUftTACO. |
Perfumers to the Queen. |
Regent St., London, Sansoin St., Phil'a., Pa. '
For ~ale by all Druggists and Perfumers
The Trade Supplied
" "" Nor. 1, 1860. ly.
BELLEFONTE FOUNDY.
B. Hi UPT, Jr.,A CO.,
Respectfully informs the citizen* of
Centre county, that they keep cons'antly on
band, and warranted, Be'ir Points Patent Shaker
arid Straw Carrier, the came that was formerly
manufactu ed at Milfheim, also Threshing Ma
chines A llorse Power* made" on an improved
plan.
Farmers are particularly invited to calj and
examine these articles before purchasing else
where. Grain Drills, Clover llullers, and all
kinds of Machines and Powers repaired on short
notice. Gum Belting for Machines, for sale
Clover llullers, Iron Fencing,
Corn Shellerj, Verandas,
Cart (Spindles, Mill Gearing,
Bide Hill Ploughs, Saw-Mill Gearing,
Wortz's " Furnace "
Rich's Iron Beam " Boiling Mill "
Iron jKotties, Bew W'ld cook stove
Be]) 3 Hathaway "
ilillhelm and Hublershurg Shears, Tin Sheet-
Iron Ware, together with the usual variety of ar
tides in the Foundry line, kept constantly on
hand or made to order.
Having in oar employ experienced mechan'c 3
in the various branches of our business, we flat
ter ourselves in being able to do up work to tht
satisfaction of all who will favor us with theii
custom. "
Our terms and prices are reasonable.
Bellefonte luly 26,-1860. —ly.
CLOCK,
AND FANCY STORE.
THE subscriber is still at his old stand at No. 4
BrokerhofPs Row, on Alleghany Sju, where hfe
has just received from the eastern cities, and is
now offering for sale a well selected and beaiitifiil
assortment of
CLOCKS, WATCH E
Ipaf ' and JEWELRY,
and an excellent assortment
/fsC Of FANCY ARTICLES, of all
Jlaß KINDS and QUALITIES,
SILVERWARE, Ac.
9 SdSpPjg Notwithstanding the "pan
jn" his stock is fully as large
and complete as ever, and as his goods are selecte
with great care from the manufacturers of the eas
tern cities, of the latest styles, he feels confiden
of giving satisfaction to all.
His stock consists of fine Gold and Silver open
face and hunter case full jeweled English patent
and detached Lever Watches ;—also Lepines end
Quartiers. Jewelry of every style which can be
found in a good Jewelry Store, and Fancy Arti
cles of every description. He has also SPECTA
CLES, a good assortment, always on hand, to suit
all ages. Also Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Pis
tols, Ac. ' '
Particular attention paid to repairing
Clocks, Watclibs (and Jewelry at short notico.
WM. J. STEIN
Bellefonte, Jan. 5, '00 —ly
WM. s. trippleT -
Mercliant Tailor,
N. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens
of Bellefonte, and vicinity that he has just re
turned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS,
which he is now opening at his old stand, one
doer east of the Post Office. His stock
consists in part of
Black, Blue,
and Brown, Trench
Cloths, Silk Mixed Coat
ing, Cashmere ana White Diick for
COATS; Black Doeskin r .,d Fancy Summer
Cassimeres, and 'LitVi ta Drills for
PANTS; Black Uiiin, Fi
gured Silks, ind
White and
FIGURED MARSAILLES FOR VESTINGS,
which he will make up to order in styles to suit
the tastes of customers, on short notice,
and on the most reasonable terms'!
Goods furnished by cus
tomers will be made up to
order as heretofore. As
he will employ none but experi
enced workmen, persons may on get
ti their work well done at his establishment
f/Zfj- Thankful for the patronage heretofore be
i iwed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of
e same. WM. S. TRIPPLE.
Bellefonte, May 12 '59 -21-tf.
H. WARD,
M \tiUFACTI.RKR OF 4 DEALKK IN
KJStraw Goods,
.TPZVjfog. 103.. 105 and 107 North Sefcond St,
PHILADELPHIA.
WE are now receiving our 'SPRING STOCK,
which will comprise a large anddefirable assort
ment of all kinds of
STRAW AND LACE GOODS.
Also a large assortment ol Ladies' and Children's
HATS.
Our stock of FLOWERS and RUCHES, will be
unusually tpge this Season, and we" would in
vito your special attention to that department.—
Please call and examine them before asking your
purchases. 1 H. WARD,
Nos. 103, 105 A 107 N Seccnd St., above Arch,
mar. 21, 1861.—4t.
MilLiiiei*y x* o v
A LAKGb" and splendid assortment of Millinery
A Goods hasjust been received at the Store of
jIRS. E. 11. GRAFIUS.
other things, may be found a fine assort
ment of
VEL VET, SILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
purchashed in the city, and trimmed in the latest
and most fashionable styles.
L.aving epployed a first class milliner from the
Cil > she feels prepared to execute all orders with
wh h she may be favored.
ALSO :
Wh man's best candies for sale
MRS. E. H GRAFIUS.
Bellefonte' Nov. Ist—'6o*—■—tf.
LIME! DIME!! LIME !I !
The subscriber re
spectfully informs the public that be has erected s
Lime Kiln near the Borough of Bellefonte, where
he is making Lime of a superior-quality which i
ackuowledged to be as white and pure as the Ply
mouth lime. All he asks is to give it a trial, and
he is satisfied the purchaser will come back ag&iu.
mar. 21,1861.—6 m.] LEON MACKALL".
A. STERNBERG ITcpT
Sign of the Red Flag, near Livingston's -Book
Store, and provide himself with a suit of warm
clothing at a trifling expense. Overcoats selling
at cost price. Knitted Jackets, under-clothing,
Ac., Ac., cheaper than ever. [Feb. 14, '6l,
IIMMMMIIjS
V HOOFLAND'3 V"
GREAT f
STANDARD REMEDIES
of tlie present age, have acquired their great popularity
1 only througli years of trial. Unbounded sAtUtSction '
is reudered by them iu all casis
HOOPLAND'S
GERMAN BITTERS
WILL POSITIVELY CHRE
liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervous De
bility, Diseases ©t the Kidneys, -
and all diseases arising from a disordered liver, or weuk*
ucaa of the Stomach and Digestive Organs,-' *
AND WILL POSITIVELY PREVENT
YELLOW FEVER, BILIOUS FEVER, AND FEVER AND AWL
Bee our Almanac for proof. TRICE, 75 cents per Dottle.
floofland's Balsamic Cordial
WILL POSITIVELY CURE
| Coughs, Colds, cr Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Influenza,
Croup, Pneumpnia, Incipient Consumption, %i
and has performed the most astonishing curesever known
of
CONFIRMED CONSUMPTION.
S a Diarrhoea Cordial kis unequalled. PRICE, 75 went©
per bottlo. ' ' ■
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN PILL,
baiug well known throughout Europe and America, needs
no commendation here. They are purely vegetable, are
prepared with great exactness, and ire sugar-coated. No
better Cathartic Pill can be found. Paiei, 25 eta. per box:
These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. M. JACESON &
Co., I'hiladelphia, Pa., and St. I.ouis, Jfp., and are-sold by
druggists and dealers in medicines everywhere. The sig
nature of C. M. JACESON will be on the outslda of eafefc
bottle or box.
In our " Everybody' t Almanac," published annually, yen
will And testimony and commendatory notices from alt
parts of the couutry. These Almanacs are given away by
all our agents.
For Sale at the different drug stores in Bejl#-
funte. Pa.
Apr. 2R, '6O —ly
CONRAD HOUSE. "
11HIS new, but well known arid popular Hotel
. 1 oatcd on Allegheny Street, Beilefonte, Pa",
has become, under the supervision of its present
acommodafing proprietor, • -
„ J- 03. BUTTS rf
the Hotel of Central Pennsylvaniar. Lbflg oxperi
once of Mr. Butts in the business warrants ns, in
assuring the traveling public that no pa ns will be
spared to render guests as comfortable as possible
while sojourning under his rocf.-
ECis TaDle
will constantly bo supplied with the very best the
market affords.
His Bar
will be found to con tain an excellent assortment
of liquors of all kinds, and
HIS STABLE
will always be attended by careful/ attentive, so.
ber and therefore prudent Ostlers-.
The proprietor hopes by his lonx experience,
and the facilities at his command, to make thi
Conrad House a Irst class Hotel. The businesi
of the Hotel is under his own personal sapervii A
ion. A llbejal share of public patronage is kindly
solicited J. B. BUTTS. '
Beilefonte, June 9,-'s9. —tf
E. B. CLEMENTS
ri IMPROVED WASHING MACHINE
I HE undersigned beg leave to inform the pee*
a pie, especially the ladies of Centie county
that they have purchased the right, and are now
manufacturing • ' r '
E. 3. CLEMENTS IMPROVED WASHING
MACHINE.
This machine is far superior to anything of the
kind ever introduced into this oountyi It is sim
ple of construction, and therefore durable. It
saves labor, as any ordinary women can do e
days washing, on this machine in less than three
hours. No family should be without- it. We
have already disposed of a large number of ma
chines and are pleased to lbhrn, that th ey have
proved to be even better than they were recoom
mended. We would refer the citizens of Centre
county ta the following person's who have used
the machine and have found'it'to >e a great la
bor and htalth saving institution. Mrs. Waif,
Mrs. Hillibish, Mrs; Blair and Mrs. Eealsh of
Bellefonte, and Messrs. C. A J. Curtin, Eagle
Iron works.
Per'sous wishing maohines will do well to send
in their orders soon, Address, or call on the un
dersigned*
.'DANIEL McGINLEY,
CYRUS STRICKLAND.
Sept. 6-60-35—,tf Bellefonte Pa.' ■
HONOR THE DE AJX
BELLEFONTE MARBLE WORKS.
HAVING jhst returned from the Eastern triar
ket where I have purchased a large and ex
tensive stock of marble at greatly reduoed prices
I am prepared to fill all orders with which I may
be favored, jvith promptness and despatch. My
stock includes the best quality of foreign and do
mestic mafblcs.
I have employed in my establishment some of
the best and most experienced workmen in the
State, and persons who have her >. fore patroniz
ed me can testify to the superior workmanship
both in execution and design which I manufac
ture. Persons who desire marble tombstones,
table tops, or anjthing into which the article can
be manufactured will do well to give toe a oall. '
All work delivered free of charge.
Shop on Spring street, North of the Presbyte
rian Church.
WM. GAHAGAN.
Jan. 24, 1861
eent cheaper; stands 309 degrees heat. Warran
ted water proof, and will neither fade or wash.—>
For Steam Boilers, Pipes, Gas Holders, Railroad
Bridges, and Cars, Plaster, Iron A Brick Fronts,
Tin ltoofs, Houses, Barns, Fences, Wagons, Ships
Decks; Plumbers joints, Iron Founders, Patterns,
Ac., Ac For Graining and Staining, Equal to
Turkibh Umber'. ' • ■
COLORS are Umber, Brown, Lake, Olive, Indi
an, Red and Black. • '
One responsible AGENT wanted in every town,
and city in the United States. Terms
dating. For circulars, Ac., apply or address, '*
WM. L. IIOUPT,
No. 132 North Fourth Street, Phil'a
apr. 4, '6l.—6m.] [Orwig
JJEMOVAL...
If. jr. MIjJSJT 3* BRO*
Respectfully inform their friends and customers
that they have removed from No. 240 South See
ond Street, to their
NEW STORE,
No. 1209 CHESTNUT STREET,
PHILADELPHIA,
Where they will have always on hand a fine as
sortment of
Rosewood, Walnut and Oak Furniture
which they will sell at less than their former pri
ces, in consequence of having greater facilities for
basiness and being under less expense. They re-
Spec fully solicit a call h-fore purchasing else
w lit re. [mar. 2b, 61. — 3m.J L'.tir.
PHILADELPHIA TERRA-COTTA WORKS.
Office and Warehouse, 1010, Chestnct Street.
Ornamental Chimney Tops. •
Garden Vases and Statuary.
Encaustic Flooring Tile.
Architectural Orname.its.
Ventilating and Smoke Flues.
Ridge Tile and Satuary Ware.
Steam-pressed Drain pipe.
V,'ater pipe warranted to stand pressure. Chea;
and durable. ' '
" The Trade supplied op liberal terms. Illustra
ted" Catalogues sent by mail on application by
letter. S. A. HARRISON,
1010, Chestnut street, Phil a
apr. 4. 1861.—1 m.' [Orwig.
A LARGE assortment of ladies goat boots witt.
and without heels, Misse - hoes. a vert ;ood
assortment, boys and cuildro -noes md i act
of all kinds. Mens boots nr..' shoes c t.i
and descriptions, jnst reoei veil jmd for c.o >■>
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