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PIT KM! I'IHCI.ML FEAST, j 08 i M ANUi'ACT UK ED from summon tlO j .LIJL Salt and Pure Cream Tarter ! j u-ei in B -ead, Cake or Biscuit, j j ns to gas, (like that from a bottle j | of Soda Water.,) and remainns dor- I ' mant in the dough until it is set in the j 1 oven, when tbe heate.iiises the gas to : escape throught the dough while ak- I ir.g- The Bread, Cake or Biscuit is i : not only very light, but perfectlv whole AND , some. Where this Yeast is luod you I i will require about one quarter tbe a- } ■ mount of shortening URed with ordina- j ry Yenst. It may also be used for ; ; Buckwheat Cakes, Johnny Cakes, aud i AND I all kinds of Pastry. This Yastis put ; ; up only in otic wnuod cans, with check- j i ered label, tied. White mid Bine— I | none other is Genuine—beieare of imi- " Q j tations. 1 B. T. Babbit's Pureonceatra ted Potash. i Warranted double tbe strength of com- ,| j mou Potash and superior to any Sa- 1 • ponifiea in market, put up in cans of j I 1 lb., 2 lbs., 3 lbs , 6fbs , and 12 tbs.. , with full directions for making Hard po and Soft Soap. One pound will make " ! fifteen gallons of Soft Soap. No lime j ' jis rebuired Consumers will find this | t the cheapest Pi tasb in market. j R. T. .'s Medicin il Salera'us, ■ A perfectly pure and wholesome arti- I I cle, free from all deleterous matter; so j ; prepared that, as the circular accom- A *D [ panying tbe Saleratas will show,noth - | ing remains in the bread wheh baked, i j but common Salt, Water, and Flour.-- ; , Put up neatly in papers, 1 lb., i lb.. ' U lb. B. T. B.'s Concentrated Soft Soap, j 68 One box costing one dollar will make I j 46 gallons of handsome Soft Soap by I simply addiug boiling water 10 ■ B. T. B.'s Soap For Family Us. One poundof this Sop is equal tc 3 ; pounds of ordinary Family Soap. One ; pound wilt makeS gallons of handsome j Soft Soap. It will remove paint,grease, i tar, aud stains ol all kinds- It will not J injure the fabric; on the con rary, it j preserves it. It will wash in hi ru or j salt water. But little labor is requir- AND. Ed where this soap is used. Macbiu- I ists and Printers will find this soap su ! perior to anything in market. If your ! Storekeeper dee' not keep the above j goods, send $5 by mail and I will send 1 a package of either article or au assor t ted box containing apart of each arti- xn j cle, as you may direct. Send the name |of your-post office, also, the State and j I County in which you reside with di- I j rections for shopping. Address B. T. BABBIT, [64, 66, 63, 70, 72 A 74 Washington St., | I N. Y. j TO' liberal discoun' to Storekeepers. (70 July 12.'60.—1 v. WORrn- AN Independent Daily, Semi Weekly, and Weekly Newspaper, for National Lirculation and Family Reading. 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To the Farmer, its Pfoe vision and Market Reports alone are worth- the price of the paper. WEEKLY EDITION—This, as well as the Sern-Weekly, will contain all the daily matter of the most importance to the couutry at large.— Special attention is paid to the Agricultural, Hor ticultural, and Mechanical departments. Its Pro vision, Cattle, and other market reports are pre pared with the greatest care. Price $2 a year. GREAT INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS.—Four copies to one address, $5; ten copies do., $10; twenty-five copies do., S2O. An extra copy wi;l be seDt to every person forming a club of twenty, five ; and for a club of fifty Weekly subscribers, a copy of the daily will be sent for one year. Cler gymen can receive the Weekly, single copy, at $1 a year. Single copies five cents. The Semi-Weekly World will be published eve ry Tuesday and Fridny, and will embrace all the more important mutter of the daily editions, with the Latest Markets. No semi-weekly in this couu try will c mparc with it iu range of topic and va riety of information. It is pre eminently valua ble as a Family Newspaper. Terms—s3 a year : two copies to one address, $5 ; five copies do., sll ; ten copies do , £23 Clergymen, $-2. TIIE DAIL.Y WORLD.—A New Ten-cylinder Tress, printing 20,000 an hour, has just been built to accommodate its great circulation. I? is a larger sheet than any of the other Two Cent Dailies In papor, type, sise, appearance, and range of information, i. surpasses and journal ever issued from the American press. Price-two cents. Terms per Asxvm —$6. Clerevmen. ?1. Address, "TIIE WORLD," 35 PARK ROAV, June 13, 1661-3 New York. "VJO '- PXNIC" AT THE N. E. corner -L tl of Fourth and Market Streets, Phil idelphia. no # isoitiKß; have stocked tbeir extensive establishment to its utmost capacity with paper hangings, curtain pa per, Ac. Tne excellent opportunity produced bv the late panic to buy for cash has been turned to good account by this enterprising firm. Thei stock now en braces the largest assort ment of imported and domestic manufactured pa per hangings in Philadelphia) and their well de cerned reputation to sell cheap will be maintain ed during another season. Their abundant means, heavy importations, extensive manufactu ring facilities, all tend to give thorn 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, upr. 4, 1561. —3 m. [Orwig. LOUIS GERBER, IMPORTER AND MANUFACTURER i'F FANCY PURS. For Ladies.', Gentlemen's and Children's Wear, NOu 334 ARCH ST m . PHI&'A,. All kinds of Furs Dressed, Cleaned and Repaired; Furs made to order at the shortest notice. Full value paid for Shipping Furs. Furs taleen oare of during the Summer Oct 4 '6o—ly. HUGH B. BR.ISBEN„ graggist, MANUFACTURER OF EXTRA LIQUOR COLORING, S. W. Cor. Third <£- Poplar streets, T erw* Cash.] r ". 'adelphfa, Oct. 3 —!v„ THOMAS & HA RRIS. HAVE JUST RECEIVED AUMIBWB, OF 3311Y GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE, Hardware, FISII AND SALT, PLASTER, FOUR, dc., dc. TIIEIR STOCK OF fabics' §rcss Cannot be excelled at any other house in Central Pennsylvania. It embraces every variety of style and quality. THEIR SUPPLY OF CLOTHS, CASSIMERES, VESTIHGS CALICOES AND MUSLINS, A*7, ALSO TERT SUPERIOR. THEIR GROCERIES, TEAS, COFFEES, Ac., aro worthy the the Public: Bellefonte, Jan. 5. '6O, PENNS YLV ANIAHOTEL HAVING rented the above named Hotel, the undersigned wsnl I respectfully inform the citizens of Centre county, and the traveling public generally, that he is prepared at all times to sup ply those who may inaka his house their Home, with good suostantial Fare, and accommodations equal, if not superior to many of the City Hotels. His Table is always furnished with the very best the market will afford, and every effort will be made in this de partment to cater to the tastes of even the inosj fastidious. Hislßar will be found to contain an excellent assortment of liquors of all kinds. HIS ROOMS AND BEDS are citan enu good, so that those who wish to en joy them, may have nothing to do but to wrap the mantle of their couch abou ; them, and lie down to pleasant dreams, and His Stable is large and commodious and will be kept con stantly supplied with the best of Hay and 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. WM.-S. TRIPPLE, Mercliant Tailor, N. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND. r PHE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens A of Bellefonte, and vicinity that he has just re turned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which be is now opening at his old stand, one uir east of the Post Office. His stock consists in part of Black, Blue, ad Brown, 1 rensh Cloths, Silk Mixed Coat ing, Cashmere ana "SThite Duck for CfrATS; Black Doeskin'.id Fancy Summer Cassimeres, and LiO-t w Drills for PANTS; Black lifin, Fi •gured Silks, xnd White and FIGURED MARSAILLE3 FOR VESTINGS, which he will make, tip to order in styles to suit the tastes of customers, on- short notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Goods tarnished by cus tomers will bo made up to order as heretofore. As be will employ none but experi enced workmen, persons may rely on get ti c their work well done at his establishment Thankful for the patronage heretofore be f iwed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of ie same. WM. S. TRIPPLE. B iliet'onte, May T2" 61-21-tf. B~ ~ 7 All MAN'S POCOM ETAE IC PAINT —Equal to Red Lead; 76 per cent cheaper; stands 300 degrees heat. Warrant ted water proof, and will neither fade or wash off* For Sleain Lo.lers, Pipes, Gas Holders, Railroad Bridges, and Cars, Plaster, Iron & Brick Fronts, Tin Roof's, Houses, Barns, Fences, WagoDS, Ships Decks, Plumbers joints, Iron Founders, Patterns, Ac.. &e For Gra ; mng and Staining, Fount to Turkish Umber COLORS are Umber, Drown, Lake, Olive, Indi an, Red and Black. One responsible AGENT wanted in every town and city in tbe United States. Terms accommo dating. For circulars, Ac., apply or address, WM. L. HOUPT, No. 132 North Fourth street Phila. apr. 4, '6l.—6m.] LOGAN EATING IIOrSE, A ND BILTAARD SALOON. O YST EES WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. r FRE undersigned hereby informs bis friends X and tbe public generally that he has rented' the basement story of T. R. Reynold's new build ing oiv Allegheny street, whera he has opene i an eating saloon, confectionery. Ac., on a large scale, Particular aitcntion will be paid to butinessf and every effort made to eater to tLe'tasteso, those T ho may favor him with a call. GEO. W. DOWNING. EcJlefonte, Anril 12 '59 16 ly, BOOK STORE.— Geo. Livingston, at his well known stand at the North Eastern corner of the Public square, Bellefonte, keeps constantly on hand a large assortment of THEOLOGICAL, CLASSICAL. MISCELLANEOUS, AND SCHOOL BOOKS, Also a large variety of Blank Bookaand Station ery of the very best quality. Mathematical In struments, Ac. He still has the Depository cf the American unday School Union, where any of tfaeir Books can be had at catalogue prices. Books brought t order at a small advance on city prices Jan. 5 '6o*ly. A- Guckenheinrer. S. Wertheimer. EWertheimer. A. G. & BRO'S., IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IS Foreign and Domestic Liquors. MSTILLFRS OF MONONGAHELA RLE WHISKEY, Also, Rectifiers of the IRON CITY WHISKEY, And Manufacturers of tbe Celebrated GERMAN STOMACH BITTERS No. 26 Market Street, Nov. 15V60.—ly] PITTSBURGH, PA. PHOTOGRAPHY ir rll its Branches, exeoutcd in tbe best style known ia the art, at C; G. CRANE'S GALLERY, 632 Arch Street, East of Sixth, Philadelphia. Life Size in Oil and FastU, Stereoscopic ; En trot's, Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, &c,, OSB" For Gates. Merl-illioas, Pins, Rings, Ac. March 7, 1861. iy 1352 CEI2VTH.K :03S!2SS£€^C!3F5.J^lL ,, 3C , . AKCIENT JERUSALEM. A LARGE ANI)BEAT7TIFTJL ISO ivTET RICAL PICTURE OF JERUSALEM AND THE SACRED PLACES As THEY APPEARED .N ANCIENT TIMES. THE above work is commended to the favora ble notice of clergymen, and those having charge of Sunday-schools, Bible-classes, and pub lic institutions. _ _ j It is about nine feet long and fix feet wide, col- j ored and varnished, and mounted on canvass with • rollers. I It has been constructed from the mest reliable and authentic sources, and will be found an in valuable aid to those eng iged in lecturing on the Holy land, or imparting instruction to school classes on the subject to which it refers. It aims to give an exact idea of the city as it appeared in 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 some distance around. The view is accompanied with an Outline Key, in which ;he different localities are numbered and a descriptive manual containing all the in formation necessary to enable one to use the vie to anvantage in teaching or lecturing. THE SUNDAY-SCHOOL TIMES.. j rHlts is a Weekly Religious Paper, published at the very low prict of ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. It is designed for Parents, Ttachers, and all who are engaged or interested in the religious traning of the young. It is also an excellent Fam ily Paper. A portion of the Sunday - School Times is occu pied with NARRATIVES and other matter par ticularly interesting to young perilous. Teachers will tind in it much that they will like to read to tbeir classes—interesting matter prepared lo their hands, and such as they cannot find else wbeie. For the same reasons, members of Bible classes, and older scholars generally, will be great ly benefitted by the perusal of this paper. The Sunday School Times'tias 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 amount of general religious in telligence, the Sunday-School Times containes all the most recent Sunday-school news. It reports all important CONVENTIONS of Sunday-school teachers. It discusses the questions which most interest and perplex teachers and parents, respect i g the various methods of religious training for the young, the means of gainie.g the attention and the affections of children, and especially of secur ing tbeir conversrn and bringing tbem to Christ. The subject of MISSION-SCHOOLS for cities, i and of sunday-scbool missionary work for the in- I terior, is thoroughly canvassed. Indeed, there is • hardly a topic of practical importance to any who j are interested in the snhjtct of religious education, j which is not here brought undtr consideration | from week to week. i The conductors of this paper endeavor to re [ member that the great end of all Christian effort is to bring men to Christ. They aim, accordingly, to pet into every number of the paper something which shall have for its direct object the conver sion of souls. SPECIAL: OFFER. The Proprietors of the Sunday-School Times having acquired the exclusive right of sale of the splendid work mentioned above, the MAP OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM, offer it as a special premium to those superintendents, teachers, or otheis, who will assist in getting subscribers to the paper. We offer this superb premium to any one who will send us the names of 12 new subscribers aud sl2 in casb. CAUTION, 7n every ease, before beginning to can vass, be sure to write to us and obtain the neces sary documents and instructions. These will help you grea.ly in prosecuting tlie work, and will save you many mistakes. Enclose 5 cents in etamps to pay postage. Address^ PROPRIETORS OP TNP. SUNDAY-SCHOOLTIMES, J4B Souih Fourth street, Philadelphia. X B.—Specimens -<l* the Sunday School Times, and a copy of the Map of Ancient Jerusalem, may be seen at the store of Tonner A Steel, Bellefonte, p a> [ a P r - 11. 1861.—2 m, . .4, HAWLEY& CO., PRACTICAL PERFUMERS, 171 North a'otirth Street, Philadelphia lUIE proprietois of this establishmt nt feel con fident that their preparations will compare favorably with any in the world, either foreign or domestic. EXTRACTS for .the handkerchief of the mo.-t UA qui:ite odors. POMADES and OILS foi the hair, of the finest texture ana the sweetest per fumes. SHAVING CREAMS and TOILET SOAPS of the finest ar-d most delicate formation. Also, IIAWLEY'B LIQUIE-HAIf DYE, is de cidedly superior to any now in use. A. JIAWLET'S OLEATE OK COCOA. —This prepa ration is the artiele above all others for dressing tbe hair. It is exceedingly fin • and delicate and renders the hair dark, soft aud glossy. The odor is delightful. No one should be without it. POW DERS, BANDOLINE, BOUSE, -Ac., and every variety of fine and choice perfumery. IIAWLEY'S FRUIT EXTRACTS for flavoring pies, puddings, jellies, confectionary, and Mineral Water Syrups. All of which rival the best, and are surpassed by ncne. A: HAWLEY'S SOLIDIFIED DENTAL CREAM, For Cleansing, Whitening ard Preserving the teeth —This article is prepared-with the greatest care upon scietific principles, and warranted not to contain anytb ng in the slightest degree delet erious to the teeth or gums. Some of our most eminent Dental Surgeons have given their sanc tion to, and cheerfully recommend it as a prepa ration of superior qualities for cleansing, whiten ing and preserving the teeth. It cleans them readily, rendering them white and pearly, without the slightest injury tw the enam el. it is healing to the gums where they are ul cerated and sore. It is alio m excellent disin fectes for old decayed teeth, which are often ex ccedmglp offensive, it gives a rich and ereamy taste to the mout'j, cleansing it thoroughly, and imparting a de.ightful fragance to the breath.— In short, it does all that could reasonably b- ex dete|J of any articlr of this kind to do. A fair srial is all that is ueeessary the most fastidious or keptical that it is an article of superior merit. Prepared only by A. IIAWLEY A CO., 117 North Fourth Ft.. Phil'a. [mar. 7,-'6l. 6m. New Store at Pleasant Gap. T HE subscriber wonli respectfully in form the citizens of Ceu<re county that he has just received and opened on entire new stock of-fill aud winter goods consisting of HARDWARE, CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, Ac. I also bave on hands a good supply of Boots A Shoes. Hats A 6'nps, Fancy De laines A Merinoes, Ladies Furs, Hoods, Scarfs, Cloths, Fancy Gloves, Khives, Breast PIDS, Jc., Ac., Ac , all of which he will sell as 'ow cud even lower than con be bad anywhere else. J. M. CAMPBELL. Pleasant Gap, Oct. 18, '6o.—tf. BELLWONTE DISPENSARY. Persons in wapt 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, BrockerliofTs Row, Bellefonte. Also, DRUGS, M-BDPCIH-ES) POCKET KNIVES, FANCY ARTICLES, PERFUMERY, TOBACCO, SEOARS, LIQUORS, and all the Patent Medicines made. J&B- Surgeon's and Physician's Instrumenst constantly en hand. Call and see them, nearly opposite the Conrad House. January, 3rd 1861. E. C. RU'TFG, JA9. T. RALE U. N. M'ALLISTER, A. G. CURTIN BANKING HOUSE. Interest paid on Special Deposit. HUMES, M'A r . LISTER HALE & CO., BELL ;-,FGNTE, PA. DEPOSITS received, Bills- of exchange and Notes Discounted, Collections made and proceeds remitted promptly. Interest paid en speviai deposits for Ninety days, and under six months at the rate of fout per cent, per For six months and upwards, at the rate of five per cent, per annum Exchange on the East con st:; ...y on hanu. January, 3rd. 1861. CURE Nervous Headache W, By the use of the Pills the periodic attacks oj Nervous or Sirk Headache may be prevented; and ! if taken at the commencement of an attack inline- ! diate relief from pain and sickness will be obt in- , ed. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Headache to which female are so subject. They act gently upon the bowels, —remeving Costiveness For Literary Men, Stadents, Delicate Females, and all persons of sedentary halite, they are valu- j able as a Laxative, improving the apdetite, giving j tone and vigor to the,digestive organs, and rcstor ing the natural elasticity and strength of the whole system. The CEPIIILIC PILLS are the result of long investigation andcsrefuily conducted experiments t having been in use many years, daring which time I they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headache, whether originating * the nervous system or from a de ranged sta.j of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable in their composi tion, and may be taken at all times with perfect safety without making any change (f diet, and the absents of any kisagrceable taste renders it easy to administer them to children. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS ! The genuine have five signatures of Henry C Spalding on each Box. Sold by Druggists and all other Dealers in Med* iciues, A box will be sent by mail prepaid e® receipt of the PRICE 25 CENTS. All ordrs shtuld be addressed to HENRY C. SPALDING, 48 Cedar Street, New-York. Till FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENT OF SPALDING'S Cephalic Pills, WILL CONVINCE ALT, WHO BUFFER Fkoil HEADACHE, THAT A SPEEDY AND SURE CURE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. As these Testimonials were unsolicited by Mr. SPALDING, they afford unquestionable proof of the efficacy of this truly scientific discovery. MASONVILLE, Conn., Feb. 5, 1861. ME. SFALDIWS. SIR : I have tried your Cephalic Pillo, and I like them so well that I wou. you to send me two dol lars worth more. Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gave a few out of the first box I got from you. Send the Pills by mail, and oblige Your ob't Servant, JAMES KENNEDY. HAVEBFOES, Pa., Feb. 6,156 V. MR. SPALDING. SIR: I wish you to send me one more box of your Cephalic Pills, I have received a great deal of ben efit from them. Yours, respectfully, MARY ANN STOIXHQVSE. SPRUCE CREEK, Huntingdon Co., Pa., ) January 18, 1861. ) H. C. SPALDING. SIR : I You will please send me two boxes of your Ce- I phalic Pills. Send them immdiateiy. Respectfully -yirs, JNO. B. SIMONS. P. S .—l have vised one box of your Pills, mid j find them excellent. BI.LLE VERNON, Ohio, Jan. 15, 1861. HENRY C. SPALDING, Esq. Please find inclosed twenty-five cents, for which send me another box of your Cephalic Pills. They are trulu the best Pills I have ever tried. Direct A. STOVER, P. M. Belle Vernon, Wyandot Co., 0. BF.YERL?, Mass., Dee. 11, 1860. H. C. SPALDING, Esq, I wish for some circulars or large show bills, to bring your Cephalic Pills more particularly before my customers. If you have anything of the kind, please send to me. One of my customers, who is snl jeet te severe ick Headache, (usually lasting two days.) teas cured of an attack in one hour by your Pills, which I sent ber. Respectfully yours, W. B. WILKES. R IYNOLDSBURG, Franklin Co., Ohio,) January 9, 1861. } HENRY C. SrxLDiitG, No. 48 Cedar St., N. Y' DEAR SIR : Inclosed find twenty five cents, (25,) for which send bos of " Cephalic Pills." Send to address of Rev. Wm. C. Filler, Reynoldsburg, Franklin Co.. Ohio. Tour Pills work like a charm —cure Headache almost i nst ant sr. Truly your 3, WM. C. FILLER, j YPSILANTI, Mich,, Jan. 14, 1861. j MR. SPALDING. SIR : Not long since I sent to yon for a box of Ce- \ phalic Pills-for the cure e' the Nervous Headache ; ai d Costiveness, and received the same, and they j had so good an effect that J was induced to sendjur j more. Please send by return mail. Direct to A.R.WHEELER, Ypsilant, Mich. From-the Examiner, Norfolk, la. Cephalic Pills accomplish the object for which ! they were made, viz.: Cure of hoadache in all its ; fo. ms. From the Examiner, Norfolk, Va. They have been tested in more ths.n a thousand '■ cases, with entire success. j!se- A single bottle of Spalding Prepared Glue i will save ten limes its cost annually, SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE I • SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE! SAVE THE PIECES 1 ECONOMY! DISPATCH! A STiTCn IN TIME SAVES As accidents will happen, even in well regula ted families, it is very desiraole to have some cheap and convenient way for repairing Furni ture, Toys, Crockery, Ac. SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergencies, and no household can afford to be without it. It is always neady, and up to the sticking point. "USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N B.—A Brush accompanies each Bottle.— Price, 25 cents. Adaress, HENRY C. SPALDING, No. 48 CEDAP Street, New York. CAUTION. As certain unprincipled persons a>-o attempting ■ to palm off on the unsuspecting public, imitations | of my PREPARED GLUE, I would caution all ; persons to examine before purchasing, and Bee that the full name, ; SPALDING'S PREPARED GLl T E,jg£ 'is on the outside wrapper: all others are swind ' ing counterfeits. [Nov. 22, 1860. ly. PILLS - IROH. ' ■ AN apperient and Stomachic preparation of i IRON purified of Oxygan and Carbon by com- j bastion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the highest i Medical Authorities, both in Europe and the Uni- ' ted States, and perscribed in their practice. The experience of thousands daily proves that ; no preparation of Iron can be compared with it. j Impurities of the blood, depression of vital eDer- j gy, pale and otherivise sickly eomplexiou indi cate its necessity in almost every conceivable case. Innoxious in all maladies in which it has been tried, it proved absolutely curative in each of the following complaints, viz : fn Debility, Nervous . Affections, Emanciation, Dyspepsia, Constipation. Diarrhoea, Dysente.y in cipient consumption, Scrofulous Tuberculosis, Salt j Rheum, Mismenstruation, Whites, Chlorosis, Liver Complaints. Chronic Headaches, Rheumatism, In termittent Fevers, Pimples on the Face, dee. In cases of GENERAL DEBILITY, whether the re sult of acute disease, or of the continued diminu tion of nervons and muscular energy from chronic complaints, one trial of this restorative has prov ed successful to an extent which a description nor written attestation would render credible. Inva lids so Jong bed-ridden as to bave become forgot ten in their own neighborh ods, bave suddenly re-appeared in the bnsy world as if just returned from protracted travel in a distant land. Some very signal instances of this kind are attested of female Sufferers, emaciated victims of apparent marasmus, sanguineous exhaustion, critical chan ges, and that complication of nervous and dys peptic aversion to air and exercise for which the physician has no name. In NERVOUS AFFECTIONS of all kinds, and for reasons familiar to medical men, the operation of this preparation of iron musr necessarily besalu- j tary, for, ui like the old oxides, it is vigorously i tonic, without being exciting and overheating : i and gently, regularly aperiont, even in the most ' obstinate cases of costivehess without ever being ! B gastric purgative, or inflicting a disagreeable sensation. It is this latter property, among others which ! makes it so remarkably clfeetual aud permanent, a , remedy for Piles, upon which it also appears to ! exert a distinct and specific action, by dispersing \ the local tendency which forms them. ' In DYSPEPSIA, innumerable as are its causes, a | single box of these Chalybeate IMls has often suf- I ficcd for the most habitual cases, including the ' attendent Costireness. In unchecked DIARRHJEA, even when advanced to DYSENTERV, confirmed, emaciating, and appa rently mnliguan'; the effects have been equally decisive and astonishing. In the local pains, loss of flesh and strength,de bilitating cough, and remittent hectic, which gen eral y indicate INCIPIENT CONSUMPTION, this reme dy has allayed the alarm of friends and physi cians, in several very gratifying and interesting instances. In SCROFULOUS TUBERCULOSIS, this medicated iron has had far more than the good effect of the most eaatiowsly bulnu ced preparations of iodine, without any of their well known liabilities. The attention of females cannot be too confi dently invited to this remedy and restorative the eases peculiarly affecting them. In RHEUMATISM, both chronic and inflamatory— in the latter, however, more decidedly—it ha; been invariably weil reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing the swellings and stiffness tie joints and muscles. In INTERMITTENT FEVERS it must certainly be great remedy and energetic restorative, and progress in the new settlements of the West, will probably be one of high renown and usefulness. No remedy has ever been discovered in the whole hi.-torv of meiicine, which exerts such prompt, happy, and fnliy restorative effects. — Good appetite, complete d igestion, rapid acquisi tion of strength, with an unusual disposition for active and cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use. . Put up in neat fiat boxes captaining 50 pills, price 50 cents per box; for sale by druggists and dealers. "Will be sent free to any address on re ceipt cf the price. Ail letters, orders, etc., should be addressed to R. B. LOCKE A Co., General Agents, Oct. 4, '9o. —ly.j. 20 CEDAR ST., N. Y. AMERICAN ~ Life Insurance & Trust Company. OFFICE. AMERICAN BUILDINGS, Walnut St,, S. E. corner of Fourth, PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1850.—Charter Perpetual. Capital, £500,000 Paid up, £250,000. ASSETS, January 1, IS61" ("]%,¥" ONEY on DEI OSIT with the Company all (ITJL safely invested in 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, Slate of Tennessee Bends, Wyom ing Canal First Mortgage Bonds, .Blank and other Stocks, and Loans on Call, secured by ample collat erals, 412.104 99 i Bi'ls receivable on Mutual Policies, 21,217 15 Cash in hands of Agents, secured by Bonds, 7,138 72 Cash on Hand and in Banks, 56,775 15 Present Value of Future Premiums calculated to December 31, 1860, 1,185.648 75 $1,871,127 67 ALEXANDER WHILLDIN, President. SAMUEL WORK, Vice President. JOHN C. SIMMS, Secretary, JOHN S. WILSON, Treasurer. HOARD OF DIRECTORS. Alexander Whilldin, J. Edgar Thompson, [ Samuel Work, John Anspach, Jr., \ John C Farr, Jonas Bowman, John Aikrnan, William J. Howard, j Samuel T. Bodine, R II Towrisend, M. D"., ' George Nugent, Albert Q- Roberts. H. H. Eldridge, [mar. 7,-' til llercliant Tailor ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PENNA. TIIE undersigned would most respectfully in form the public that he will continue to car- ; ry on the Tailoring and Clothing tysiness at the i Old stand, on the south- cosier of Zfrokerhoff's Row, where he is prepared to mako to order al | kinds of clothing in the neatest and most fash j CLOTHS, CASSIMEIIS AND VESTINGS, j of the most approved paterns. At his Establish- j went RE Al> Y-MADE CL O THING. of every description may be found, which he is | now selling at reduced prices. His thanks are due the public for the liberal share of patronge heretorore bestowal upon him-; and he hores by strict attention to business, to m9rit a continue arce of the same. J. MONTGOMERY Bellefonte Jan., 12th'60. —ly JJIDMOVAr.. - ~ IT, # r, ff BRO. Re.-pectfullv inform their lriends and customers that tbey have removed from No 240 South Sec 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 Farnitnre, which they will se 1 at less than their former pri ces, in consequence of having greater facilities for business and being under less expense. They re speci fully solicit a call btfore purchasing else where. [mar. 28, '6l.—3m.] Carr. STATE ENAMELED MANTLES.— Manufactured by us from Pennsylvania Slate. The most beautiful durable and cheapest mantels sold in the country. They are not injured by heat, coal smoke, oils or acids, are much stronger than marble, and are sold from 25 to 50 per crnt lower than marble. ARNOLD WILSON. No. 1100, Chestnut street, Phil'a. ' apr. 4, 1861,—3 m. Orwig, IBWMBfc-. AYEE'3 ' f|p3 CATHARTIC; Are you sick, feeble, and I— v order, with your hj stem de fST —' rantreil, and your feelings un- I k "J.Rie'r comfortablel These eymp dMILWAUk '''BESSI? Toms are often the prelude to IS „ , JV E * serious illness. Some tic of Pyfemßlc! sickness is creeping upon you, I Il<l should he averted hy a • %i. } tiuiely use of the right rem edy. Tai.e Ayer's Pills, and r> > ot-HHitSr Cleanse out the disordered lm j JVf- Brlj|Bn mors purify the Mood, aud | 'tlet the tluids move oil unoh tkr. °k jj-Av Rtructed in health again, i' 1 'Oe i They stimulate the functions fgg %rT '''tlffißPffS of the body into vigorous an tivity, purify the system from " '• —the obstructions which inaka disease. A cold settles somsWhero in the body, and ob structs its natural functions. These, it not relieved, react upon themselves and the surrounding organs, pio ducing general aggravation, snffering, aud diseuse. While in this condition, oppressed hy the derangements, take Ayer's l'ilis, and see how directly they restore the natural action of the system, aud with it the buoyant feeling of health again. What is true and so apparent in this trivial and comuion complaint, is ulao true in many , of the deep-seated and dangerous distempers, the same I purgative effect expels them. Caused hy similar obstruc tions and derangements of the natural functions of tho body, they are rapidly, and many of them surely, cored bv the same means. None who know the virtues ot these Pills, will neglect to employ theui wlieu sulforing from the disorders they euro. Statements from leading physicians in some or the principal cities, and froiu other well known public per sons. From a Fnrxeardivg Merchant of St. Louis, Fh. 4,185". De. Arm: Your l'ilis are the paragon of till that is great in medicine. They have cured my little daughter of ulcerous cores upon iter bauds aud feet Unit laid pruv od incurable for years. Her mother Ims been long g: ■ -v --ously utilicted witli blotches and pimples on her skin aud in her hair. After our child was cured, she also tried your Pills, aud they have cured iter. ' ASA MOItGUIDGE. As a Family Physic. From Dr. E. IF. Cbrhvright, New Orleans. Tour Pills are the prince of purges. Their excellent qualities surpass any "cathartic we possess. They are ! mild, but very certain and effectual in their action on the bowels, which makes them invaluable to us iu the daily j treatment of disease. Headache,SlckHeadacbe, Foul Stomach. ! From Dr. Edward lioyd, Baltimore. Dearllko. Ayeh : 1 cannot answer you what complaints j I have cure I with your Pills better than to nay all that we j fvr treat with a purgative medicine. ? place great depen- V"® on an effectual cathartic in my daily contest with \iso, and believing as I do that your Pills affurd ua the * we have, I of course value theni highly. Pittsbctw. Pa., Mav 1,1855. Pr. J. C. Ayer. Sir: I have been repeatedly cured of | the worst h>uduche any body can h*vu by a dene or two • of your Pills. It soem* to arise from a foul stomach, j which they cleanse at oftce. Yours with great respect, HP. W. PRRPLR, Citric of Steamer Clarion, j Bilicii* Disorders— r.tver Complaints. ; From Dr. Theodore IkU, of New York C ly. Not only are yonr Pilfii iidmimMv adapted to their pur- | pose as an aperient, hut T find their beneficial effects upon j the Liver very marked indeed. They have in my prac- j tice proved more effectual for the cine of bui*ms cm- | plaints than any one remedy 1 can iiienlicn. i sincerely j rejoice that we have at length a purgative which is wor- ' thy the confidence of the pro&ssi' n and the people. DKPMtTWfcT or TltK J.NTiIRIOn, > YTasliiiigton, D. C., 7th l?eb., 1800, j | Sin: I have used your Pills in- my general and hospital practice ever since you made them, aud cannot hesitate to i say they are the best cathartic we employ. Their regu- j Jating action-on the liver is quick und decided, conse quently they ure an admirable remedy for derangements of that organ. Indeed, I lucre seldom found a case of bilious disease so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them. J-raternaliy yours, AIA).\ZJ BALL, M. I>, j Fitysiciau of the Marine llospiial. j Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Relax, Worms. From /Jr. J. G. Green, of Chicago. Your Pills have had a long trial in my practice, 5 bold them in esteem as one of the best aperients 1 have ever found. Their alterative effect upon the liver makes them an excellent remedy, when given in small doses for bilious dysentery and diarrhoea. Their sugar-coating makes them very acceptable aud convenient for tho use of women and children. Dyspepsia, Impurity of the Blood. From Jitv. J. V. Dimes, Fa star of Advent Churchy Boston. Dr. Ayer: I have used your Pills with extraordinary success in my family and among those I am called to visit in distress. To regulate the organs of digestion and purify tho blood, they are the very best remedy 1 bave ever known, and I can confidently recommend tfiem to my friends* Yours, J. V. 11IML3. Warsaw, Wyoming Co., N. Y.. Oct. *24, 1555. I)e\r Sir : I am using your Cathartic l'ilis in my .prac tice, and find them an excellent purgative to clcause the system and purify the fountains if the l/hud. ' JOHN 0. MKACUAMT, M. 1L Constipation, Suppression, Rheumatism, Lout, Neuralgia,• Drop* Hy, Paralysis, Fits, etc. From Dr. J. F. Vaughn. Montreal, Canada. Too much cannot he said of your l'ilis for the rvrro of cost ire n ess. If others of our fraternity have found them m efficacious :w I Intro, they should join me in ] reclaim ing it for the benefit of the multitudes who suffer from that compliant, which, although bail enough in itself, is tho progenitor of others that are worse. I believe oe tiveness to originate in the liver, but your Pills affect that organ and cure the disease. From Mrs. E. Stuart, Physician a?id Midwife, Boston. T find one or two large doses of your Pills, taken at the proper time, are excelleut promotives of the 1 mtund secrc /iiiu wlieu wholly or partiaWy sapprensed, and also very effect mil to cleanse the stomach and expel worms. They are so much the best pliyoic we have that I recommend no other to my patients. From the Iter. Dr. llawkcs, of the Methodist Tlpis. Church. Pulaski House. Savannah, Oh.. Jan. 6, 1856. Honored Sirs' l should be ungrateful for the relief your skill has brought me if T did not report mj' case to yon. A coM settled in my limbs and brought on excru ciating neuralgic pnins, which ended in dffouic rheuma tism. Notwithstanding 1 Imd the liest of piiy-icians. the disease grew worse and worse, until hy the nil vice of your excellent agent in Baltimore, fir. Mackenzie. I tried your rills. Their effects were slow, but sure. By persevering in'tho use of them. I am now entirely weH. Senate Chamber, Baton Bonge, L.. 6 Pee. TSSS. J>r. Ayf.r: T have been entirely cured, by your Pills. of Jfheumulic Gout a painful disease that had afflicted mo for years. VINCENT SLI DELL. of the Pills in market contain P.ferrtiry, which, although a valuable remedy in skilful hands, is dangerous in a public pill, from the dreadful conse quences that frequently foll.-w its incautious me. These contain no mercury or mineral substance whatever. Price, 25 cents per Box, or 5 Bcxe3 for sl. Prepared ty Dr. J. C. AYES So CO., Zovreil, Mass. BELLEEONTE FOUNMVT S. Hi UPT. Jr.,A CO., RESPECTFULLY informs the citizen* of , Centre county, that they keep constantly on hand, and warranted, Peir Point's Ps'oct Shaker and titraw Carrier, the same thst was formerly inanufaetu ed at Millheim, also Threshing Ma chines <fc Horse Powers made on an improved plan. jfarrners are particularly invited to call and examine these articles before purchasing else where. Strain Drills. Clover Hullers, and all kinds of Machines and Powers repaired on short notice. Gum Belting for Machines, for sale Clover Hullers, Iron Fencing, Corn c-hellers, Verandas, Cart dpiudles, Mill Gearing, Side llill Ploughs, Saw-Mill (rearing, Wortz's " Furnace " Rich's Iron Learn " Rolling Mill " Iron jetties, New VV'ld cook stove Rells' Hathaway " Millheim and Hublersburg Shears, Tin Sheet- Iron Ware, together with the usual variety of ar ticles in tho Foundry line, kept constantly on hand or made to order. Having in our employ experleneed mechan c." in the various hranehes of our business, we flat ter ourselves in being able to do up work to tht satisfaction of all who will favor us with then custom. Our terms and prices are reasonable. Bellefonto luly 26,-1360. —ly. HONOR THE DEAD. BELLKFONTE All ROLE WORKS. HAVING- just returned from the Eastern mar ket where I have purchased a large and ex tensive stock of marble at greatly reduced prices I am prepared to fill all orders with which I may be favored, with promptness and despatch. My stock includes the best quality of foreign and dol - marbles. I have employed in my establishment some of the best and moot experienced workmen in the State, and persons who have her • fore patroniz ed me can testify to the superio* workmanship both in execution and design which I manufac ture. Persons who desire marble tombstones, tabie tops, or anj thing into which the article can be manufactured will do well to give me a call. All work delivered free of charge. Shop on Spring street, North of the Presbyte rian Church. WM. OAHAGAN. Jan. 24, 1861 Ayer's Sarsaparilla. BCERH AVE'S _ TUB CELEBRATED HOLLAND REMEDY FOB ©YSPSPSIA, DISEASE OF THE KIDNEYS, IiIYEB COHPLAINT, WEAKNESS OP ANY KIND, FEVER AND AGUE, 9 Ann the various affections consequent upon a disordered STOMACH OR LITER, Pocb m Indigestion, Acidity of tho Stomach, Colicky Paine, Heartburn, Loss of Appetite, Deepondcncy, Costivnneea, Bifind and Bleeding Piles. In all Nervous, Rheumatic, and Neuralgic A(T tious, it has in nnnieron_ instance, proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. This is a purely vegetable compound, prepared on strictly scientific principles, after tile manner of the celebrated Holland Professor, Boerhave. Its reputation at home pro duced its introduction iiere, tho demand commencing with thoso of the Fatherland scattered over the fac of this mighty country, many of whom brought with them aud handed down the tradition of its Talne. It u now offered to the American public, knowing that its truly wonderful medicinal rirtuf.s must be acknm-jlcdgcd. It is particularly recommended to those pemons whoss constitutions may have been impaired by the continuous use of ardent spirits, or other forms of dissipation. Gonerally Instantaneous in effect, it finds its way directly to the seat of life, thrilling and quickening every rrrve, raising up ths drooping spirit, and, in fact, infusing new health and vigor in the system. NOTlCE.—Whoever expects to find this a beverage wtl be disappointed; but to the eick, weak and low spirited, it will prove a grateful aromatic cordial, oossessed of singular remedial properties. READ CAREFULLY! The Genuine highly concentrated Boerhave's Holland Bitters i 3 put up in half-piut bottle 6 only, and retailed at Osx Dou.ar per bottle, or six bottles for Fivx Dollar*. The great demand for this truly celebrated Medicine has induced many imitations, which the public should guard against purchasing. 49- Beware of Imposition, gee thst our name is on the label of every bottle you buy. Bold by Druggists generally. It ean he by Express to most points. SOLE PROPRIETORS, BENJAMIN PAGE, JR. & CO. MANUFACTTIRIJia and (Ehemists.. PITTSBURGH. PA. For sale ny AJ. G rrie, Belleluniev Penna. Sept. 6,-60—ly. HANDSOME WOMEN ! To Til© Ladles^ HUNT'S " B'oom of Roses." A rich and e'egant color for the eheekfi and lips.— It toilf not teach or rub off. and when once applied, remains durable for year?. The tint is so rich and natural, that the elosest scrutiny fails to de tect its use. Can he removed by lemon juice mit will not injure the ekin. This is a Dew praration, used by the celebrated Court Beauties of London and Paris. Mailed free, in bottles, with dicta tions for use, for Jl.ffO Host'S "Court Toilpt Powdkr," imparts s dnzzli" g whiteness to tho complexion, ft* is unlike anything else used for this purpose. Mailed free for 50 cents. Heat's " Emrisn Balu," reraot e tan, freck les, sunburn and ali eruptions of ths skin. Mailed free for 50 cts. Hunt's " Imperial Fohabe" for the HAIR, strengthens and improves its growth, keeps it from faking off, and is warranted to mai.'e In. hair curt. Mailed tree for SI.OO Hunt s- "Pearl BEt'TrFinn " for the teeth nnd gums, cleanses ami whitens the teeth, harder* the gums, purifies the breath ofifecKuaily, preserves the lcet% and p*events toothache. Mailed free for SI.OO. Hunt's" Uridyl \V reath' PbukuMe, *<■ d' HE ex;ta( t3if orange blossoms and cologne. Mailed tr ie for $ 1.00. Tliw exquisite perfume was first used by thw Princess Royal of Bngland, on her marriage.— Mo.-srs. Hunt <fc Co , presented the Princess with an elegant case of Perfumery, (in which all of the above articles were ireluded) in handsome cut glass with gold stoppers, valued at SISOO, partio u.'ars of which appeared hi tbspublie prints. All the above articles sent free, by express, for So 00. Cash can either accompany the order, or be Laid to the express agent on delivery of goods. ffONT & CO. Perfumers to the Queen. Regent St., London. Ransom St., Phil'a., Pa. For a'a by all Druggists aud Perfumers The Trade Supplied No7. 1, IS3O. ? f.- E, B. CLEMENTS IMPROVED WASHING MACHINE 111 IS uudcraigued beg leave to iuti/ria the peo ple, especially the ladies of Centie county that they have purchased tte right, and are now manufacturing E. s. ELEMENTS IMPROVED WASHING MACHINE. This machine is far superior to anything of the kind ever introduced into this county. It is sim ple of construction, aud therefore durable. It saves labor, as any ordinary women ean do * days washing, on this machine in less than three hours. No family should be without it. Wo have already disposed of a large number of ma chines and arc pleased to learn', that they have' p roved to be even better than they were reccom mended. We would refer the citizens of Centra county t> the following persons who have used the machine and-have found it to >e a great la bor and h aith saving institution. Mrs. Wolf, Mrs. Hillibish, Mrs. Blair and Mrs. Kealsh of Bellefonie, and Messrs. C. <fc J. Curtin, Eaglo Iron works. Persou? wishing machines will do woll to send in their orders soon, Address, or call on the un dersigned* DANIEL McGINLEY, CYRUS STRICKLAND. Sept. 6-60-35—,tf Beliefoßte Pa. CONE AD HOUSE. TIIIS new, but well kno*n and popular Hotel 1 cated on Allegheny Street, Beltefonte, Pa. has become, under the supervision of ita present acommodating proprietor, F. 33. BXJT'TSj the Hotel of Central Pennsylvania. Long experi ence of Mr. Butt 3 in tne business warrants us, In assuring the traveling public that no pa ns will be spaTcd to renderguests as comfortable as pussiblo while sojourning under his roof. His Tatole will constantly be supplied with the very bet the market affords. Kis Bar will be found to contain an excellent assortment of liquors cf all kinds, and HIS STABLE will always be attended by careful, attentive, see ber and therefore prudent Ostlers. The proprietor hopes by his Ion? experience, and the facilities at his command, to make the Conrad House a-• rs t class Hotel. The business of the Hotel is under his own personal supervis ion. A liberal share of public patronage is kindly solicited J- B. BUTTS. Bellefoute June 9,-'59. —tf A WORD TO THE PUBLIC.— Whereas the Spring Creek Woolen Manufactory, during the present season, has been patronized to the lull extent of ts producing abilities, and in anticipation of a I still gr inter patronage the coming season, the ; proprietors have been induced to add more new | machinery of the very latest improvements. This | machinery will facilitate out t perations very muoh ' and at the same time will improve the real value | of out cloths at least ten per cent, while our pri ces shall remain as heretofore; it being our ambi tion to build up a reputati a for this establish* men , that will add all thing.-' thereto. From the facts here n set forth we confidently believe that wool growers and all other g 'od peojle can now i deal with us very much to their own advantage.-- While there are many things alike in business of ! this kind, there is also much that is different. A word to the wise is sufficient Give us a call and i satisfy yourselves that this iB tho place the pefls pie get the worth of their money. ROBT. KENDALL. SAM'L HOTJSER. Benner twp., Juno 12, '69, tf.