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C|c Centre Democrat.
TH r JR 3D AY, JUNE LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Centre county and the War. Has Centre Coooty done her duty to the Government, Bince the breaking out of the rebellion ? We strongly incline to the opinion that sbe has. Let us see. Long before the first out break of the rebels, at a time when nothing was known to us of rebellion and secession, save the threats of the South, the Bellcfonte Fencibles tendered their services to their Governor, in the event of war, to go anywhere to aid in the enforcement of law and to de fend the flag of the country. This was the first company offered, in the State, and it was the first accepted. 11 hen the President issued his proclamation for volunteeis the Fer.cibles, the Cameron Guards of Harris tp. and the Eagle Guards of Boggs twp., were among the very first companies, ordered out in the Sta'e The ratiks of these companies were instantly swelled to over one hundred men each. They were marched to Camp Curtin. Ilera the companies were - cut down to seventy-seven men each. With sad heart® and tearful eyes, those who were thus thrown out of the service commenced preparation 8 to return home. At this juncture a r.ew pro ject was projosed, by J no. 11. Stover, to form a new company of theee men. A company was soon formed and Mr. Stover chosen Cap tain, and the company called the Curtin Guards. Shortly after this Gen. Wolf went to work acd in a few days raised a full com pany of Cavalry. lie offered his company to G v. Curtin, but was not accepted, and the company wis disbanded. The great majority of tbrsa volunteers were por men many of whom had families defendant upon thrir labor for their subsistence What was to be do le with these families? Were the men to be rejected because they had families to provide for? It did not take patriotic and liberal citizens (f Centre long to decide tLe<e questions. A subscription paper was pro duced and thousands of dollars subscribed for the suppcrt of these families. Wbeu the eall was nude for men for three years service, Centre County sent out a hun dred more of her sturdy sors. The Centre Guards is the name of this last company.— A notice of their depar u-e will be found in another article, in tcSdays paper. Thus it will tc s an that Centre county ht.S sent out five full companies to battle fir the right, and that si e sixth company vm not accept, ed—that sho subscribed money to sjpp.r: the families of tjiose who we it. T lis much 6tie has done, aDd jf necessary for he pres ervation of th; liberty of our country and the honor of the Ser Spangh d Bar n a r si e w ill send five 'im s that number of men and subscribe the in ney to keep their fiuiiiies too. Departure of the Guards. Oo Thursday last the ' Centre Guards,'* the first company from this place, which went into the three years service, left for Camp Curtin. It was composed f ound, hardy and loyal men such as aie four.d at our Iren Works p.nd Btnor.g cur mountains —men of whom we may expect to hear a good report if they are thrown in contact with the rebels—men who will be a terror *o traitors. The company under command of Capt. J. Irvin Gregg was formed in th- Diamond and proceeded to the Court room where a meeting was organized by calling Hon Andrew Gregg to the chair. Before taking the chair the President made some-patriotic remarks. lie assured the sol diers that although his services were not ac cepted, when offered at Harriwburg, on ac count of his age, that hiaheart was with t'lem- Ad Iresses w t-re de i.-e-.-ed hv 11. N. McAllis ter and K-v. Thomas Sherlock. A prayer was offered by R-v. James LIUD. The meet, ing then adjourned and the company went to the House for dinner. After dinner the compa ny marched to the ipsidence of Mr. William Harris where II N. McAilisier, on part of the ladies of Beiiefonte and Milesburg pre. sented each member of the company with a flannel shirt and a havelo.k. Capt. Gregg returned the thanks of the cumpany. They then marched to the outskirts of town where wagons were waiting to convey them to Lew istown. An immense crowd followed them to their starting point, to take leave cf them. The scene was such as is beheld on every oc casion of the kind ; and who has not Vein present at au occasion of this kind during the last few months ? Gone for three years, many forever l God be with them. Milesburg Home Guards. On last Thursday this company paid our town a visit. It is composed of fine looking men, whose appear ance indicate that if their firesides were dis turbed they wou'd do big things in the way of stopping men's breath. The company is under command of Capt. Miles GreeD, a worthy and effici jnt officer. Although form id for the protection of their wives, bnbies and sweethearts, this company his resolved we are told, to go any place in the limits cf Pennsylvania, that the r eeivices may le re quired, and we believe, judging from the character of the officers and men, that they would hardly hilt at our Southern boundary if they thought their presence south of it would benefit their country. Excitement, The village of Montgomery, in which Jeff. Davis and his clan reside, was thrown into a high state of excitement by a rumor that an important despatch had been received from the North. The cabinet gath ered closely around Jeff as the despatch was handed to him, He took it and tore it open, frantically and read "Buy your boots and Shoes at the Cheap Store of Thos, Bomside. Beiiefonte Pa." Remember the Fourth. The Glorious old Fourth is fast approaching and jet DO move has been made by our citizens toward pre paring for the proper observance of the day. At tbts time when treason stalks abroad in the land, when armed traitors are in open rebellion against the government and the temple of Liberty shaken to its very centre, the loyal people should prepare to give the Nation's Birthday a rou.>iog reception. Let us have a "regular time." Let everybody and their friends consider themselves invited to come and participate in the celebration of Independence, and doing honor to the he roes and patriots whose bodies now repose in peace beneath the soil hallowed by their blood. As we suggested last week, let us have a general celebration. Let the bells ring, the drums roll, the cannons roar, the bonfires blaze and the p ople rejoice all to gether. We suggest tnat a meeting be cal led immediately and pioper arrangements made for a celebration- Enterprise. Our enterprising fellow townsman Jacob V- Thomas, notwithstanding the hard bard tunes, is carrying on the Lumber busi ness with a spirit which seems to bid defiance to the pressure of the times. He turns out all kinds of sawed Lumber at prices, lower by far than can he founi anywhere in the county. Fanners and m-ch>n'ca lo.k to your iaterests. The Crops. From what little we have seen of the country and from what we daily hear froyp our friends lrom the country, we think that unless some unseen drawback should visit them the crops will be unusually good, this se.is n. Everything appears to be growing finely. Ice Cream. The other evening we called at Saloon of Jlr. Goo. Peck, and partook ot some his delicious Ice Cream. We never ate better. We understand George is going to move bis saloon up town, if arrangements can be made. This will make it quite con conyenier t for his up town friends. His Ice cream 1* not hard to a_wartn evening. Fine Strawberries. We were the recip ient, a few diys ago, of a dish of fine, ripe> rosy strawberies, of a large size. They were rsised by Mrs. Daniel Welch of this Borough and seat to us by that lady. Mrs. Welch will p'ease accept eur iharks, for her kind remembniDCO of the prie'er. A Fine Summer Drink. There arc many d.ffereot kind of temperance drioks indulged in by our cit'zens, during the warm season. Bet wc have never found anything to equal the mineral water which flows fiom the fountain a: Ilairis' Drug Store. p!3f Milliners and Merchants dealing in Straw Goods, Bonnets, Flowers, Feathers, Ac., will, in making tfipir purchases, plc .se remember those who SIK W their enterprise by advertising in your local paper. Thi,se who thus show their desire for your cuslo. i deserve your patronage This is a general rule which almost invariably proves good, and especially do we believe it will do so ia this instance. We refer to the establishment of S. S. CORBIN, 218, Arch street, Philadelphia. See card in another column. Rheumatism can be cured by a very sim ple remedy advertised to-day. The " Elixir Prop ylamine" has been tried and is all that is claimed for it. BULLOCK A CRENSHAW hre well knovn to medical men. and their name recommends it to the publio. married". On the 30ih ult , by the Rev. Thos. Sherlock, MR. DAVIDS. WOODS, of CltarfioH c>unty, to Miss ELIZABETH MAYES, of Centre county. BROTHERS? TNG returned from the East, invite the at tention of the public and their old customers to cue large and extensive assortment of SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. which they are now opening aud 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 Cbatiies, LUWDS, all wool De- Lains. of d'fferent colors. Baroges, Dress Silks, Man til'as i.ssues.Ac. The above goods were se leo'< with great care expressly to suit the taste •j. the ladies. In addition to the above, are offer ed a general assortment of Hosiery and Goves, Collars, Undersleeves, Dress trimmings. A. CLOTHS & CASSIMERES, of all colors and styles at very iow priees, togeth er with one of the largest ana nest stocks of Ready -Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Boots and Shoes, Luiies' 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 : aiso, Mattresses. Muckarel, Herring, Cod Fish and salt. Sugars Teas, Molasses from the cheapest to the best, which cannot be surpassed in quality. Persons visiting Betfefonte from the country, wi It find it to their advantage to ea 11 before purchasing else where, as we take pleasure in showing our goods end think we can suit them both as to price and quality, and are determined to sell at the very owest cash prices. IS&..A 11 kinds of Country produce taken in ex change for goods* June 13 'til. NO " PANIC" AT THE N. E. CORN ER ' of Fourth and Market Streets. Phil idelphia. HOIWEJbL # ISOI RKK have stoeked their extensive establishment to its utmost capacity with paper hangings, curtain pa per, Ac. Tne excellent opportunity produced by the late panic to buy jor cash has been turned to good account by this" euterprising firm. Their stock now embraces the largest assort ment of imported and domestic manufactured pa- ; per hangings in Philadelphia, and their well do- | serued reputation to sell cbeap will be maintain ed during another season. Their abundant means, heavy importations, extensive manufactu ring facilities, alt tend to give them advantages which attract shrewd buyers Their business is steadily increasing each season, and if the late panic still exists it is not visible at Fourth and Marke streets. apr. 4, 1861,——3 m, [Orwig. Milliner y OoodLs! \ LARGE and splendid assortment of Millinery -A Goods has just been received at the Store of j MRS. E. H. GRAFIUS. Among other things, may be found a fine assort ment of VEL VET, SILK AND STRA W BONNETS, ■ parchashed in the city, and trimmed in the latest and most fashionable styles. Laving employed a first class milliner from the Ci\ > 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. Belief onto' Nov. Ist—'6o; tf. THE CE3VTRE OEMOCRAT. LIST OF VENDERS OF GENTRE COUNTY, PA.— Notice ia hereby given to all Whole •NIIIE and Retail Dealers engaged in selling Qoods, Wares, Merchandize, Commodities, or -effects of whatever kind or nature, whether of the growth or product of the U lited States, or of any foreign State, and to all Bankers, Minufacturers Mer chants and Millers, residing in the county of Cen tre and State of Pennsylvania, that they are clas sified and assessed by the undersigned Appraiser of Mercantile Taxes in the said county for the year 1861. Borough of Bellcfonte. Names of Venders. Class. License. ; Wilson A Bros. Mdz. 13 $lO 00 D. M. Wagner, " 10 20 ■ 0 J. B. Awl, " 14 7 OH 11. Brokerhoff. '< 12 12 50 E. C. Humes A Bro., " 13 10 00 A. Sternberg A Co., " 14 7 00 C. Derr. 14 7 00 Hoffer Brothers, ' 13 1C 00 May A Leob, " 11 15 00 Tonner A Steel, ' 12 12 00 Martin Stone, " 13 10 00 C. Mchride, Agent, " 14 7 00 : Wm. McClelland, Mer't Tailor, 14 700 J Montgomery A Son, " J4 700 I Wm S. Tripple, " 14 7 00 : Geo. Livingston, Books, 14 7 00 : W.J. Stein, Jeweller, 14 700 ' Jno. Moran A Co., " , 14 7 00 J. Han is A Co., Drugs, 14 700 J F. Green, " . 14 7 00 T. Burnsido, Shoe Store, 13 10(0 N. Ilillibish, Stoves. 14 7 00 ' Baxiresser A C.iist, Hardware, 13 10 00 i M. A F. Leob, Tallow Ghan's, 14 7 00 Joseph Wilson, '• 14 7 00 I Charles Brown, Ale, 10 00 • Simon Mulrony, " 10 00 ' I . Hina, Lager Beer, 10 00 \ 11. H. Stone, Confec'y A Beer, 10 00 I John Sharkey, " Aie, 10 00 | .Tames Reading, " " 10 00 1 E. Brown, Confectionary, * 5 00 11. Trcziyulny, " -5 00 |M. Andrews, Oysters, Ale A Confeo'y, 10 00 I Geo, Peck, " " •' 10 0J Burnside Township. 1 F. P. Hu-xstall, Mdz. 12 sl2 50 ' James K. Buak, " 14 7 00 | A. U. A J. Shook, " 14 7 00 1 W. A M. Ttewart, " 14 7 00 S Eistnhauer, Ale A Confec'y, 10 00 Boggs Township. ; C. A J. Curtin, Mdz. 12 ST2 50 .McCoy. Linn A Co., •' 12 12 50 Miles Green, Restaurant, 8 5 00 Ferguson Township. Shorb. Stewart A Co., Mdz. 11 sls 00 j A. Rankin, " 13 10 00 : A. Sample A CO, " 13 10 00 ' Henry Kridge, " 14 7 00 Jas. O'Briau, Con.ec'y A Oysters, 8 500 C. Musser A Co., " IT rugs 14 700 Gregg Township. Adam Fi.-ber, Mdz. 13 $lO 00 \ R. 11. Duncan, " 12 12 50 J. B. Fisher, " 13 12 50 Haine3 Township. \ Gross A Yearick, Mdz. 13 $lO 00 ID O. Bower, " 12 12 50 ; S. Weidensaul A Co., " 13 10 00 I John C. tViotz, " 13 10 00 I Jaoob Condo, " 14 7 00 | Geo. Bright, Grocer's A Confec'y, 14 700 , Harper A Grimes. Mdz. A " 14 700 Half moon Township. | Gray A McKinney, Mdz. 13 $-0 00 ' Nusnn Blakeley, " 14 7 00 ; A. R. Barlow. " 14 7 00 i Henry Adams, " 14 7 00 ! James Love, " 14 7 00 ' D. McKinney, Oyst's, Ale A Ccn'y, 7 1 0 00 Huston Township. ■ J. L Thompson, Mdz. 14 $7 00 Harris Township. ' J-ihn E ibler A Co., Mdz. 14 $7 00 ! George Jack, " 13 10 00 : J. H. Hahn, " 14 7 00 | Daniel Hess, " 12 12 50 M. G. Keatley, " 14 7 00 I D HouserASon " 14 7 00 ! H. Faber, " 14 7 00 Thomas Dale, " 14 7 oo Thompson, Linn A Co., " 13 10 00 Weaver, Davidson A Co., " 14 7 00 ; Jas. J. Prior, Groc's A Confec'y, 14 700 Win. Mallery, " " 14 7 00 Howard Township. : Jno. Irwin, Jr. K Co., Mdz, 14 $7 00 j B. Webor, " 13 10 00 I R. Cook, " 13 10 00 John P. Packer, " 14 7 00 Jnme? Alahaffey, Confectionary. 8 500 Dan'l Eeathers, Couf'V A Grocer's, 14 7 00 Liberty Township. John Brickly, Mdz. 14 $7 00 : Mrs. Bumgardner A Co., " 14 7 00 Daniel Kuues, " 14 7 00 Joseph Q. Williams, eonfect'y, 8 500 Milesburg Borough• J. M. AE. A. Greea, Mdz. 14 $7 00 i Weaver, Davidson A Co. " 13 10 00 ! Harrison Levy, " 13 10 00 Wi'lets A Cook, " 13 10 00 J. B. Hahn, confec'y A Grocer's, 14 700 ! 0. G. Ryman, Drugs, 14 7 00 j Wm. Runklo, Conl'y, Oyst'r A Beer 7 10 00 Marion township. Wm. Allison, Mdz. 14 $7 00 N. A J. Beck, •' 14 7 00 Miles Township. Thos. Wolf A Son, Mdz. 12 sl2 50 Samuel Frank, " 13 10 00 Host-man A ILrpcr, " 14 700 IleDry Foster, * 13 . 10 00 •J. AD. Shafer, " 13 10 CO Henry Shafer, '• 14 7 00 Dan'l Winters, confy A Oysters, 8 600 Penn Township. John V. Foster, Mdz. 12 sl2 50 D. A. Rbu), " 13 10 O0 J P. Kepuuart, " 13 10 00 Foot A liurtman, " 14 7 (IQ J. Eisenhuth, Confy A Grocery, 14 700 Putter township. E. Swope, Mdz. 14 $7 00 M. L. Leitzel, • 14 7 00 Peter Kerlin A Son, " 14 7 00 Thompson A Brother, " 12 12 50 William Wolf, " ]2 12 )0 Harpster A Alinich, Ale, 8 500 Pallon Township. P. -S. Kerlin, Mdz. 14 $7 00 Rudolph Light, Mdz. and confy 14 7CO Peter Murray, " " 14 7 00 Bush township. D. J. MeCanD, Mdz. 13 $* 100 S. Carlile, • 14 7 00 Hale A Co.. * 12 12 60 Jurneß Mmley A Co. " 13 10 00 J. I. Mori is, " it 7 00 C. Muusin A Co. " 13 10 00 J. F. Rung, Stoves, 14 7 03 C. R. Foster, Drugs, 14 700 Jas. Test, Oyst'S, Ale T confec'y, 7 10 00 Jas.Ganoe, " " 7 10 00 Daniel Bible, Jeweller, 14 7 00 Snowshoe Township. J. D. Ilarsis <£• Co. Mdz. 12 sl2 50 F. P. Hurxetull, " 13 10 00 Jas. Uzzell, confectionary, 8 500 Jacob Bucbtol, 8 6 00 Spring township. S. Haupt Jr. & Co. Mdz, 14 $7 00 Ilnrvy MUD, " 14 ' " 700 J. M. Campbell, " 14 7 00 Valentine's & Co. " 12 12 50 '' hpihas & Harris, " 11 15 00 John Barnes, ' confectionary, 8 600 Union Borough. B. Rich, Mdz. 13 • $lO CO John Bing, Groceries, 14 700 A. N. Russel, " 14 7 OO L. N. Peters, " 14 7 00 Walker township. Washington Iron Co., Mdz. 12 sl2 50 Powell & Shafer, " 13 10 1,0 H. Brown, " 13 10 00 M. Thompson & Co. " 13 10 00 J Struble, " 14 7 OO Samuel Pontius, " 14 7 00 Worth Township. R. D. Cummings, Mdz. Ut $lO 00 Banks of Deposit. Humes, McAllister, Hale <S> Co. S3O 00 WM. F. Reynolds & Co. 80 00 D. G. Bush, Broker, 30 00 H. Brokerhoff, 30 00 Billiard Tables. M. Andrew*, S3O 00 George Downing, SO 00 Liquor Merchants. H. Brokerhoff, Bellcfonte, $25 CO D. M. Wagner, " 25 00 May & Leob, " 25 0a Ma-itin Stone, " 25 oO Balser Weber, Howard Twp. 25 00 J. Q. Adams, Liberty " 25 00 Distilleries. J. C. Motz, Haines Twp. sls 00 G. W. Stover, PeDn • 15 00 W Willard, Benner " 15 00 Lewis Haas, " " 15 00 Merchant Mills. S. Wilson, Harris Twp. $7 00 Jacob Moyer, " " 7 00 A. Fisher, Gregg > 700 R. H. Duncan, •' " 7 00 9. A. Rhule, Penn " 7 00 Daniel Musser, " " 7 00 John C. Motz, Haines " 700 Levi Lukenbach, Miles " 700 John Foster, " " 7 00 James Gordan, Walker " 700 Thomas & Harris, Spring 10 00 E. C- Humes, •' " 10 00 7. Dale, " " 7 00 11. Brokerhoff, Benner " 700 W F. Reynolds, " " 10 00 George Gates, ILilfm'n " 7 00 George Ard, Fergua'u " 7 00 John M. Wagner, Milesburg 10 00 Notice is hereby given to all parsons interested, that an appeal will be held ?.t the Commissioners Off.ci ia the Bom ugh of Bclletonte. on Saturday toe fiih day of July. 186T, at 10 o'clock, A. M., when and where all persons aggrieved by the above classification, may attend it fhev see prop, er. Given under my hand and seal this Ist day of June, A. D., 1861. JOS. B. ERB, Mercantile Appraiser. June 6- '6T. tt. S. S . UORBIN, MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE DEALER IN BONNETS. BONNET FRAMES FLOWERS, FEATHERS, Straw and Millinery Goods in General, No. 218 Arch Street, above S cond. June 6, '6l. ly] Philadelphia. Oyer's Cherry Pectoral. ! Conner & JStcel, HAVE OPENED i The largest assortment of goods ever before offerod for sale by them, consisting, | as heretofore of all such staple goods as are usually kept in a country store, together with all the NEW STYLES IN MARKET. DHESS GOODS. Black and Fancy Silks, Brocades, Madrno's De i Beges, Borages, Barnge delains, Detains, Challi* delains, Poplins, Lustres, Alpacas, Bombazines, ! Lawns, Ginghams, Chintz, Brilliants, ChailiCnipe- Marets, Tanjore Cloth, Kobesand Traveling Drest Goods. ALSO, A large assortment of mourning goftii. ALSO, Black Silk, Thibit Cashmere Crape and Stilla Shawlr, Mantillas, Cashmere Scarfs, and Shawl Trimmings. ALSO, Cloths, Cassimers, Satinetts, Cashmeres, Kentue ky-Jeans, Drills, Ducks, Cottonades and REA¥IfI4DE CLOTHSIVG ALSO. Ladies' and Gents' Hoisery, Gloves, Gauntlets and Mitts, Ladies Collars and Under Sleeves, Laces and Edgings. ALSO, Oiled Window Blinds, Plain and Ornamented.Lin en and Lace Curtains. Gilt Cornice for Blinds, T able Covers and Floor Cloths. ALSO, Oakford'a Hats always on hand, together with Straw Goods, Bonnets, Shakers, Ribbons, Artifi cials and Bonnet Trimmings, ALSO, A very arge assortment of Shoes and Boot, for men, women and children. ALSO, Queensware, Ced.u vrare and Groceries. ESPECIALLY WOULD • TONNEH & STEEL CALL THE ATTENTION OF MECHANICS & BUILDERS To their much enlarged stock of Hardware Sad dlery and Coach Trimmings. Bellefonte, June 6, -61—tf., NEW GOODS! HOFFER BROTHERS, (Successors to G. W. Jackson,) HAVE just received a larjie and expensive assortment of DRY G-OODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, BOOTS AND SHOES, Rats and. Caps, WITH A LARGE STOCK OF Q UEENSWA RE, HARD WARE FISH AND SALT, RLASTFR, FLOUR, <&c.j <&c. Their stock of Spring and Summer Ladies' fan cy Dress Goods, caunot be excelled by any otber house i Central Pennsylvania, and einbracus ev ery variety of style and quality. The CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, TESTINGS. (JALICOKS AND MUsLINS, are also very superior—while the supply of Gro ceries, Teas. Coffees, Ac, is worthy of the atten tion of the public and customer. opr 4,'61. vou CAN buy your elothiug tor yeurselves and your boys, in eve -y variety, aud at low cash pri ces by calling at the "heap Clothing Store of A. Sternberg A Co.. in the Diamond, where you XXTTT -TT . SAVE at least lrutn 2~ to 3d per cent. All kinds of Clothing and Furniehiug Goods are to be had at this Store at the lowest cash prices, and receive well made goods. Would it not be bet* ter to SAV3S MUCH valuable time by calling immediately and lay in your stock of Clothing lor the Winter, at this establishment, whero you will cer tainty get the full aalue of your MOIVEY. REMEMBER the place. Oue door above Liv ingston's Book Store, in the Diraond. • A. STERNBEG A CO. Bellefonte, Nov. 15. 1660. PHILADELPHIA WARMING & VEN tilating Warehouse, 1010 Chestnut street.— WE manufacture and have for sale the bent assort ment of warm Air Furnaces, Cooking Ranges, Bat tle Bailers, Low down ur.d Parlor Grates, for hard or soft coal, "?Parm Air Registers and Ventilators, and all otber goods in our line. ARNOLD A WILSON, apr. 4, '6l.—lm. Orwig. L~ IMETLIME !! LIME!! ! The subscriber re spectfully informs the publio that he has erected a Lime Kiln near the Borough of Bellefonte, where he is makiDg Lime of a superior quality which is acknowledged 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 again, mar. 21, 1861.—6 m.] LEON MACKALL. W T W BROWX-attorney-at • LAW BELLBKONTE, PENNA. Will attend to all legal business entrusted to him, with prompt ness May, 5 '59. AVer's Sarsaparilla. READ! READ!! GREAT ATTRACTION!!! NEW AND CHFAP Clfllfjittg (Emporium, FORTH SIDE OF THE DIAMOND, BELLEFONTE, PENN'A., City branch of Ecizensteine Brothers, 124 ; North Third Street, Philadelphia. THE undersigned Respectfully announce to t he inhabitants of Centre county, and the public in general, that they have opened at the above named place, the most extensive assort ment of READY-3IADK CLOTHING, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Foods, that has ever been exhibited in this borough, which tbev will sell 30 'Per Cent. Cheaper than the Cheapest. Our sock embraces a full and complete assort men of Fine Biack Cloth Dress and Fr< ck Coats, Cussimere Busin ess Coats Satinet, Tweed, Jeau, Farmers' acd Mechanics' Cassimere, Frock and ack Coats, Pea Jackets, Ac., Ac OVERCOATS OF LINE CLOTH. Presidnnt and Moscow Beavers, Seal and Lion skin and Union Casaiineres, ribbed and plain. PANTALOONS OF FINE CASSIMERE and Doeskin, black Silk mixed, and other fancy colors, of the latest, syi s, as well as Satinet and Union Cassiiners ; Pacts of strong and substan tial material, for tho farmer, laoorer and me chanic- AN ENDLESS VARIETY OF VEtSS such as Satin, Silk, and Silk-finished Velvet!, Grenadine, Valencia, Mattulese, Cassimere; clolb Satinet, Ac. A general assortment of Boy-' and Yootbs' Clothing and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps. Undershirts and Drawers, Knit Jack ets. Fine While and Fancy-boiom Shirts, Collars, Neckties, Handkerchiefs, Stocks aDd cravats, Socks and Gloves, Trunks, Valices. Carpet'bags, Umbrellas, and, in short, everything usrally found in a well assorted store of this kind. We also keen a fine assortment of FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS. such as Pocket books Portinonnies, Poi-kct kiiivrs and Razors, Combs, and Brushes, Wutch "'banis. Keys and Guards. Finger-rings A Brea.-t --j. is, Violin and Guitar Strings, Pistole, Revoiv ers Percussion Caps, Bpectacles, Spy Glasses,and a gr..t many other fancy and useful articles, too numerous to describe, all of which we will sell at the Lowest Cash Prives. We invite every person in need of Clothing or any of the above mentioued articles, to favor us with a call and examine our goods, and prices, and we are confident that we can give st tielaotion, and every person shall feel inclined to tell his friends vhere Goods and Cheap Clothing can be got. We arc constantly receiving accessions to our stoek from RKJZ ENSTKINK BRO'S., Philadel phia, wi. h whom we are connected, and shall cl ways be supplied with a good variety uf all tho ar ticles in our line, which will surpass in style, cut, toorkmanihip and cheapneet.iboae of any other es tablishment iu this part of the country. A. STERNBERG A CO. Bellefcnte,. Oct. 4, 61 tf. NEW STORE HARDWARE, HARDWARE, ' PHK undersigned would respectfully inform JL the citizens of Centre county that they have opened a HARDWARE STORE in the Boom formerly occupied by Wilson A Bro. ou the Northwest corner of the Diamond. They have selected their stock with great care, and are prepared to sell goods from fifty to one hundred per eent 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 liberal portion of the publio pa tronage, and will take every paius to please. They have constantly on hand a variety of rOCKET AND TABLE CUTLERY, Riffles, Shot Guns, and Locks of every descrip tion. CROSS CUT, MILL AND CIRCULAR SAWS, Aud all vutrieties of HAND BACK, GRAFTING AND PASNEL SAWS, Broad, Hand and chopping Ax, Butchers eleav er and choppers. DRAWING KNIVES, HAMMERS, HATCH ET?, CHISLES. and ADZES. HAY, MANUTFE AND SPREADING FORKS. EDGE TOOLS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. CEDAR AND WILLOW WARE, PAINT AND DUSTING BRUSHES, NAILS, PAINTS, OIL, GLASS & PUTi V, COAL OIL AND LA MPS. SADDLERY HARDWARE ( OA Ch TRIMMINGS. Also, COFFIN FIXTURES, And everything that is generally kept in a well regulated Hardware Stoi e. Terms Cash. BAX TRESStR A CRIST. Bellefonte, april 26, '6o.—y. GREEN'S DRUG AND VARIETY ~TORE, North-East Corner cl the Diamond, BELLEFONTE, PA THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully In form his ],a Tons and the publio generally that he has just returned from Eastern Markets where be has purchased and is now selling the largest and be t assortment of DRUGS. MEDI CINES, FANCY ARTICLES, Ac., ever brought to this coun try. He ba? constantly on hand al the uppioved PATENT MEDICINES of the day. ALCIIOUOL, BURNING FLUID, PINK OIL, COAL OIL, LINSEED OIL, PAINTS VARNISH, Ac., together with a large assortment Of the TOBAC CO A 6EGAR-, of the best brands. COAL OIL A FLUID LAMPS, lIAIR. TOOTH. NAIL, CLOTHES, A PAINT BRUSHES, PERFUMERY A HAIR OluS. Also, a fine assortment of Plain and Fane* CONFECTIONERY, RAISINS, NUTS, &C., &C., TOYS of every description, also FANCY CHINA-WARE. Preseti p,ions anu nanny ieceips euretully and promptly filled. Thankful lor the patronage ho has received du ring the last four yearß he-solicits a continuance of the 8 ami, and from the experience he has had he feels confident of giving satisfaction. Nov. 15, 18 60.-tr. ] FRANK P. ORFEV H-LEN-ECHO WILLS, VA GERMANTOWN, PA. MoCallum. tfo Co. MANUFACTURERS IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IX CARPETINGS, DRUGGETS, OILCLOTHS, MATTINGS, &C. Warehouse, No. 509 Chestnut Street Opposite the State House, mar. 21, '6l.—ly.] PHILADELPHIA. T D. WINGATE,— • DENTIST.—Office and resi- fylfiFgSSiKL aenco on the North side -of the Pub- lio Square. Wll pay particular attention to the preservation of.the natural teeth. Artificial teeth inserted on any of the approved styles. At home except two weeks, commencing with the first Mon day of each month. (Bellefonte, mar. 21, '6l.—tf. Great Work on the Horse. THE HORSE & HIS DISEASES: BY ROBERT JENNINGS. V. S-, PROFESSOR OF PATOOLOtiV AND OPERATIVE BUR GER TINI BE CtLLLGE CF PHJIABEI I'HTA, ETC. Wile TELL You of the Origin, History and dis tinctive traits of the various breeds t" European, Asiatic, African and Amer ican Horses, v. ith the physical forma tion and peculiarities of the an mtii, and how to ascertain Lis age by the number and condition of Lis teeth ; illustrated with numerous explanato ry engravings. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES WILL'TELL YOU of Breeding, Breaking, .Stabling, Feediig. Grooming, feliociny, and the general management of the hor? will the cost modes of administering medicine, also, hew to treat Biting Kicking, Rearing.Shying,Stumbling. Crib Biting, Restlessness, nrd other vices to which he is subject; with an merous explanatory engravings, THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES WILL TELL YOU of tbe causes, symptoms, and Treatment of Strangle?. Sore Throat, Distemper, Catarrh, It 13 Jenza. Bron chitis, Pneumonia, Pleurisy. Broken Wind, Chronie Cough, Roaring and Whistling, I-ampns S-ire Mouth and Ulcers, and Deo iy d To -th, with oth er diseases t f tae Mouth auu i es - a rtorv Organs. THE HORSE AND 1113 DISEASES WILL TELL YOU of tbe causes, symptoms, and Treatment of Worms, Hots, Colic, Strangulation, Stony Concretions. Ruptures, Pai.-y, Diarrhoea Jaundice, Hepatirrhoea, Bloody Urine, Stones in the Kidneys and Bladder. IcfiauiA tion, and other diseases of the Stom ach, Bowels, Liver and Urinary Or gans. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASE WILL Tf LL Yon of the ccu.-es, symptoms, and Treat cent of Bone, Blood and Bog. Spavin, P.ing-bofte, Sweenie, Strains, Broken Knees, Wind Galls, Founder. Sole Bruise and Gravel. Cracked Hoofs, Scratches. Canker, Thrush nnd Corns; also, of Megrims, Vertigo, Kpilepsy. Staggers, and other diseas es of the Feet. Leg-, and Head. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES WILL TELL You ot ILU cnunes, symptoms, and Treatment of Fistula, Poll EMl,Glan ders, Farcy, b'carlet Fever, Manga, Surfeit,-Lockol Jaw, LLvuinatUm. Cramp, Galls, Diseases of the Eye ,i Heart, Ac., Ac., and how to manage Castration, 3 leediDg, Trcphinuing, Doweling. Firing, Hernia. Amputa tion. Tapping, and other surgical op en'ions. THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES . WILL TELL YOU ot ltarey's Method ot taming Horses; how to Approach, ILi'tor, or Stable a Coit; Low to accustom a horsa to strange sounds aiui sights, and how to Bit, Saddle, liide. and Break him to Harness ; also, the form and law of WARRANT r. The whole being the result of more than fifteen years' careful study of the habit', pe culiarities, wants and weakness ot this noble ami useful animal. The book contains 384 pages, appropriately il iu'trnted by nearly One Hundred Engravings. It is nrinted in a clear ami open typ<?, and will be for vnrded to any address, postage paid, ou receipt ofp ice, half bound, SI 00. or in cloth, exlra.s 1,25. SIOOOA Y E A B, prising men everywhere, iu sel.mg ine above, and other piopuiar works of ours. Our inducements to all sucn are excceding'y liberal. For single copies cf the Book, or for terms to agents, with other information, apply to or address JOIIN E. POTTEK, Publisher, No. 617 Susoin St., Philadelphia, Pa. Nov. 8, 1860, —6m. The People's uook Book. IODERN"OOOKERY E3J &S.S. ITS DR AN CUES, MISS ELIZA ACTON. CAREFULLY REVISED BY Mrs. S.J. HALE. It Tells Yru how to choese all kinds of Meats, Poultry, and Game, with all the various end most approved modes of dressing snu cooking Beef and Pork ; also the best and simplest way of salting, pick ling and curing the smnc. It Tells You Ail the various and most approved modes of dressing, cooking, nnd boning Mutton, Lamb, Veal, Poultry, and Game of all kinds, with the UiHereot Dressings, Gravies, and Stuffiiugi ap propriate to each. It Tells You how to choose, clean, and pi-esarva Fish -f n.ll kinds, and how to sweeten it when tainted : also the vurious and most ndproved raodes of cooking, with thedififerent Dressings, fauces, ai d Fla vorings appropriate to each. It Tells You all the various and most approved modes of preparing over fifty different kinds of Meat, Fish, Fowl, Game, and Vegetable Soups, Broths, and Slews, with the Reli..hes and fceasonings ap propriate to eaeh. It, Tells You all the various and most approved modes of cooking Vegetables of every description, also how to prepare Pickles, Catsups nnd Curries of ail kinds, Potted Meats. Fish, Game, Mushroons. Ac. Tells Y'ou all the varrious anil m-ist approved modes of preparing and cooking all kinds af Plain ami Fancy Pastry. Pud dings, Oineleits, Fritters. Cukes, Con fectionery, Preserves. Jellies, and sweet Dishes of every description. It Tells You ail the various and most approved modes of makiug Bread, Rusks. Muf fins, nnd Biscuit, the best method jf preparing 'Coffee, Chocolate, and Tea, anil bow to make Syrups, lordiais and Wines of various kinds. It Tell You how to set out nnd ornament a Table, bi w to Carve ail kinds of Fish, Flesh or Fowl, and in short, how to simplify the whole Art of Cooking as to bring the cboisest luxu. ies of the table wi'hin ev erybody's reach. Tbe book contains 418 pages, nnd upwards of twelre hundred Reeeips, a 1 of which are tbo re sults of actual experience, having been fully and carefully tested under the personal superinten dence of the writers. It is printed in a clear ai.d open type, is illustrated With appropriate engra ving, and will be forwarded to auy address, neat ly boiiiid, and posiago paid, on receipt of the price SI.OO, or in clotc, extra, $1.25. <£innn A vfip 156 m, " le ctcr- IX. J. prising njea everywhere, in sel.ing the above wrrk, our iudueemese neuts 10 ari such being very liberal. For single copies of the Book, or for terms to ag nts, with other information, apply to or ad dress JOHN E. POTTER, Publisher. No. 617 Sansom St., Philadelphia, Pa. Nov. 8 1860.—6 m. JUST RECEIVEDT A LARGE LOT OF WALL PAPER, of the Latest Styles, whieh will be sold at tbe low est possible priees. None need look elsewhere as any taste can be suited irorn our large and new stock. We have also a fine assortment of SHAKERS. p;'m and willow eolore-i and white. Pei.-wvs le iitg > 1 * ■!' ; 1 pin 01: th. iGnos w-i.M ffvi i t ■ ■ 1;. •< .!•• • 111 1 111 '■! t' c uil.tel I I,h i'Y •' • il'O. CMm k ol all p"„e k neraiiy : on J ... :• c Mini Move. I hi. "1 ' T'iNNKT A -TEEI. HUGH 0, 3ft.SB FN, MANUFACTURLIi OF EXTRA LIQUOR COL OR J AO, N. IV. Cor. Third tk Poplar streets, Terms CaA.] Philadelphia. Oct. 3. 1860,—1y. Ayer's Sarsaparilla. NEW AND SPLENDID STOCK * !i®?sigt)isS AT BUBNSIDES' WARRANTED to be just what we ic,.-.->"it thein. Wo have the very best nV A ,r.j warrant, and lower grades in nil their rar et >?. CALL AliO EX A MIX K OUR STOCK AND SEE FOR Ytt K, Leather of efi eacrii>tioN BELTING kept lor Machinery. '. .< ;* hare not got I ran get in a weeks time S. hi city prices. A LA RGB STOCK OF SHOE FlSOHiif DEFY COMPETITION IX HATS. '1 OBACCO AND t'Di \ u F.uLHerj, Saddle*. v.r *'alter'. Cart Gears. I'nt Saddles, Harness Collars, Harness Lines, and every article wade and kept by Saddlers. WHIPS, TIiUNK^, TRAVELLING HAGS, i'OWDBR, SHOT. AED 0 PA wa TAR PROOF roots. DOUBLE SOULED WARRANTED COPPER PIPED ROOTS AND SHORN FOR CHILDREN. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF IJUFFALOROP.ES; IJORS-S BLANKETS SLEIGH HELLS. FOX TRAPS £• Digest market pri"c paid for HIDES, SKINS ,fc ALL KINDS OF FURS, Come and examine our stork. We wib 'how it with pleasure, and satisfy you it is THE PLACE to get good Boots and Shoes, and such articles iu our liuo At Burnsidc's we study to p'easo t give , iafaction. I .^3s*Please accept our thanks for uv.r. |* Beilcfonto. May, 2nd '6O. JACOB LALOMUS, 618 Market Street, Philadelphia,- AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND SWISS TT .„ , WATCHES, LI AO always on hand, a huge assortioc r of XL the above kinds of Watches which ho n-'.l sell us losv as any other House in the City or else where. J X,, would particularly call attention i > the Celebrated Amor-can Watch, whieh in p-ti.•• of accurate time keeping and durability vrili ex cel n>' Imported wr.toh of the same cost, and s far less liable of getting out of order then any watch made. These are PACTS which w.D o dec onstrated to auy purchaser ou a fair ttiai. Satisfaction will l>e guaranteed to any a-it all purchasing at my estabLshment. A large as-ori ment of JEWELRY. SILVER & SILVER PLATED WARE. ot every description, style nud Patiern, eon.-L.iat y on hand at No. CIS Market St. Philadelphia. Sept. 6 60-35 ly. M. GRAHAM ~ FASHIONABLE BARER, BELLEFOATE. FA. IT i conceded by everybodv that is man en •tt.h to wear a beard, that the place to get -have I easy, clean and neat, is at the Fashionsble shop, just opposite Isaac May's store, Oood itaz-r-, kreo and sharp, kept constantly on band, IL.ir Dressing, shampooing, <fcc„ Ac., attended m in the most workmanlike manner, The ur.dera.gn-d thankful for past favors, solicits a cor.tin .;>u c of the same, M. GRAHAM. IT lIF UNION MUST AND SHALL BE PR ~ . SERVED, and so everybody ought to IT- Serve his health in this cold weather by goii t■> A. STERNBERG & CO., Sign of the Red Flag, near Livingston's to. k Store, nnd provide himself with a suit of nurui eloihing at a trifling expense. Overcoats s -!' ■>; at cost price. Knitted Jackets, under-clot) in;,V ic., Ac., cbeiuv** *• hc ever. [Feb. 14. 'PI. CUKTIH & BLAWCHAED. ATTOKNEY'S-AT-LAW,Btii,LKPojiTE,Pryv v The undersigned hiving associated 'i.cin sclvts in the practise of Law, will faithfully at tend to all professional business entrusted tu them in Centre, Ciirtion and Clearfield counties Ml collections placed in their hinds, will receive their promt attention. Office in Blanchartl's nor building on Allegheny street. Nov. 30 'SB CUIUITX & BLANCH.Vftt SSjjrXIJYG 'iiOUSEof ' WH 7.. REYNOLDS <£- CO. BELLEFONTE, CENTP,E CO., PENN'A. Bills cf Exchange and Notes discounted ; C!Lc tioos made and Funds proiu|itly remitted. Inter, est paid on Special Deposits, Exchange on the Ear**-- a cities constantly on hand nnd for sale. Deposits received. April 7 'SB WJI. HARDING, FASHIOXAIIOK BAUHS.IT AN> HAIR DRKSSER, B-BLLEFO.NTE, PA., Has opened a Barber Shop one door above the Frtrk liu House, where he can be found at all times.— Good Razors, keen and sharp, kept constantly on hand. Hair Dressing, Nhampooning, 4e., atten ded to in the most workman iike manner lie hopes by strict attention to business to receive n liberal share of public patronage. CON VE YANCINS. DEEDS BONDS, MORTGAGES,AND"AH TICLES OF AGREEMENT neatly and cog rictly executed. Also, attention will be given to the adjustment of Book Accounts, and account* i Adiuinstratiors and Executors prepared forfiling. office next door to the Post Otß-j. Oct.. 10th. 'SB, W.U. J. KEALSIt LTALE & HOY. ATTORNEY>-AT JLJL E.A'V, will attend pro nptly to all business entru stedto their care. Office ia the building formerly occupied by lion, J as. T. llaio. A CARL). Messrs. Hale <fc Hoy will attend to iny business during nit absence in Congress, and will be at aisted by me in the trial of alt causes entrusts it > the n J- T U ALE. jaiio'lSfi) lit A C. MtrcnuLL. C Vitus T. ALESANUE MITCHELL & ALEXANDER. A TTORNEYtj-AT'- La W, l-ftLUKFosi't I'rv\ v. Laving associated themselves in the practice ot law, will a'ten 1 promptly to all business en trusted to their caro Office in the Arcade. [Novil, '6o. —tf. 0 A. FAIHLAWH, W. TV. JVB. A. IIOBBIHS, Jl D FAIRLAMR A DOBBINS, Dlt. FAtRLAa.B has associated wßaiiim DR J. 11. DUBBIN-.in the practice of medicine ittice as heretofore on uishop street, opposite li o leuinerunoo Hotel. Mareh 18,67. gr;?::=% J. J. XIXGIaE. Operative mill Mccuuiuc.il Dentist, will p.-ac **-IX. Trrp tice all the various branches of hv* profession in the must approved manner. OS'KO ami residence on Spring St.Belleftmte' Pa. [Mar. ?. '6. If. WW. WHITE, DENT,ST, has per- nnuiently locateu in Boalsburg, Cent, i County Pa. Office on main st., nex-t door to the Etore of Jihasten & Kelhr, where he purposes practising h : s professior in the most soienlitii manner and at moderate charges. A o7 FURST. ATTOItNEY-AT~LA W XX RefcLeVoNrs., FA., will attend promnt'y •<> i! VwsVnes* entrurted to hrs cure. t'tfl. . Norrliwest crnii-1 •>' tlic Ifi uutmd. Wi 1 11 1' ••• i the ssv-ra-l Cou is o! I V.. ■ ~ua tl.ntot- .'.uri.ies- } H. U. > l_M L. FQTZZR. M.O. 1 HKE - IT gb strccl. (.id. mce.) 1:- \ I '. • •!.- i' pro -sional i-.it • t. ,-..U.iv, >■ i:t .e-.-tfai y• 5- * his pro!---. l . "JFNIB. BSIY, '- T1 <,K " A 1 .I. ic ... >* "ffice ... li . I:ni ::ig •' ' 1 '< - liar. :S df, dec"'! [mar. 11 <>l ' Uuloe on Ails; ' • 3 eiw- TAS.H. RAAKIS, r (J HAW. BsLLbPoNUS, 1.. . ly to all legal business -ntruo'v 1 .he next door to the Post Office [.- , v,..