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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

MEW STOCK ©S? " BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS A.T BiraSSSIDB'S WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL. , TF YOU WANT TO SF.E AN ASSORTMENT JL of cheap boots and shoes, go to Rur.nsi,de'». WATER i'KOOl'" Mil);i'S at Burnside'a..- ii:. LIST ALL the people calf and examine the boots, and shes at Bgj^ide^Jiekire purchasing-elsewherc,— A SAVING ol Safe--cent, by buying your boot* ; and shoes at Burnsiue's. t ...:•. A J^lISiiltAL deduction made to those who buy to sell again.. ._=„¦;*.-.. .. 30 UIFI'JSKfiNT kii.da ofladiea shoes at Burnside's. . .... . . j.» , 1 , ,, r'.,-. - I-.,;.;- CI'I'V inaiio Bools and shoes, al prieeo to suit the times at Bnrnsicte'a.!-..,.... . - .j,.-,.-. „ TXiE larscsl stock ofbo&is and shoes ever brought tQ Bellefonte. at Burnside's. >. ; :iSt*:.y. / AT Burnside's Cheaj) Boot and Shoe store-we study to please-I.E VTI5 KR of all deseriplions at Burnside's. DI'PONT'S fine double glazed Rifle Powder and Kly's English waterproof Caps for hunters at Burnside's. .-. . . •.."...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

Cf^OVF.lS MUI.1L13M.* . TI1F.SUBSCHIBERSWISUTO IN FORM THE' public that jhey slill manufaclure the above namedjnncTiinc.s antj.have now a lotf.n hand readyfor delfyaryand w'airariied to work.equal to any of the kina.evern^acle. t I'W information.in refe,renco.. to thc.praoMa'! working of these Hullers we refer to the-fbllpwing gentlemen; . ...- :¦ . William'Fa'rsier, Farmers' High School. Robert Forsier:. " • "... E. Zimmerman, JtjRkspnvills. Kmanuel Smith, . iJUiinriy.Halt. James Zimmerman, Huble.rsburg. , And 10 any person else lhat may have them in use.--Orders solicited in referenee to the working of ourTh/.isiiing Machines are relered to. John l.ongwell,'- Nittany Valley, J.Philip Gephart, Zion, Damei Durst, Old Fort. • .. John Wjigncf, Harris township. Divici-Sfnmrn.V :- :... -Loop . We also manufacture the Peirpaint'spatentbtlA-. KER * STRAW CARRIER.tli,e best wording sha-. ker now made for proof of lhis we refer to those who have them in use. .!t. . ¦ , . .< , Work ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

BELLEFONTE LIVERY, . THE PUBLIC is respectfully informed that the undersigned has fitted up an extensive livery in the borough/of Bclltifonte, composed -, of'ihe besi livery stock'in Central Pennsylvania,and, he feels assured that.heqan confidently claim a large. share of patronage." The.borses attached to these, stables sue gentle and fast, and'can be driven with the utmost saletv. .. . .-The stock of vehicles composes almost every variety, from the comfortable family cariiage to light and easy riding sulkies. CAREFUL, EXPERIENCED AND SOBER DRIVERS can always be employed. , ,.- . . Horses "and carriages furnished at any hour ol We day or. night, if application be made to tlie under si»ned,Svho can always be loiind cither at the Con ra'd House, orlat.hjs siablcs on, the lot attached to the Temperance Hotel, immediately rear of Bishop 61 Beliefonte; Oct.' 15. '53^-tf.; . M. RUNKEL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

Meiv Stage ILan^ FROM * EELtffcONTE TO PINE. GROVE, SY WAY OF THE FARMEas' HIGH, SCHOOL. milK subscribers respeetfully'.in'form the pabjic . i that they have placed, a !M»o horse coatfi on this route. a:ldI will carry passenaers V>/1^f}^ F^^H^^^^ Oro^M^u^. , gS^S^e^^' W f t^^ Co'acn 'and careful d%s will bo ' p^vS^render the «Xd^£2&». - JAS.DUNLAP, Sepember 10 1S53 •—tf .1 Dress and Soft Hats, a good assortmca at the store of ' Topner # Sl9<i'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

pealed tracts publicly, "as a teticher and an citi.zSo," ws ^.yiild in return appeal to Lira, First—"dalt {Bp Deafi) out of thine own eye, and 'then Jbhou stal^ sec, blWrly to cai-t out the iM>>£ that is in thy brother's eye." "With regard to negligence, of fthjab we arc accused, wfe' feler the public to the 38th and 41st .ErctiOnS of the School Laws of ]854,,in*wl]-icb the duties 6/ the Superintendent 'OTe^cli'arly dt-fined; nWe d>ny boldly, thatestablishiug and attending Injures is any part of the Supcricdent's duty, as it; is defined by law. It is merely suggested by the State Superintendent. K'e.sideSj.we did establish Institutes throughout'the length and breadth of the county last winter. __ -If ihey, are4not kept in operatian, it is not our fault. If I have failed to meet any appointments, it has been on aecnunt of ill health. That my health hit's suffered from exposure and fatigue, incident to the performance of m." duties, is a fact with wbich^srrany o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

CENTRE COUNTY, SS. ^.xxjt, THE Commonwealth of Penn-^BEjgjfr. sylvania to the Sheriff of Centre •SagSKWS County Greeting: •SffifsMrZ WHEREAS Sarah Maria Ferguson *$§{&¦«' did on the 11th day.ofCctober A.D. •«** ICS3, prefer lier petition to our said Judges of our Court ofCoramoa Picas fi>rlhe County of Centre, praying for the causes therein set Torih that she might be di/orced from the bonds of matrimony "entered into with you Thaddcus Ferguson. ' "\Ye do therefore command you, as we before •commanded you the said Thaddaus Ferguson, that letting aside all other business and excuses what ¦ soever, you be and appear in your proper person •before our Judges at Bellefonte. at the Court of Cb'mTn'on Pleas, there to be held forl'.;e said County x>f Centre on' the 4th Monday of January next to an swer the petition or libel of the said Sarah Maria Ferguson and lo show cause, if any you have, why the said Sarah Maria Ferguson your wife, should not be divorced from the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

&wdU@r*§ j^&tlee. THE Undersigned Auditor appointed W the Orphan's Couit of Centre county to settle the account of the Executors of lire last Will and Testament of Her.jamifl Bitn.cr deceased, hereby gives notice lhat he will altend to the duties of his 'appointment, on Saturday the 2'ind day of January ¦ next, al his office in Bellciunie, when and where all interested may attend. W.J. KEALSII, Dec. 21, '58. Auditor. ]La§t ftotice* npfrEJindersigned hereby notifies all persons in-JL debted lo him either for Subscription. Advertising or Job Work, that all accounts unpaid alter the fust of December nest will be left wiih an officer for collection. All, therefore, desiring to save costs can pay up at the .November court, or bcfoic ihe time specified. ^ JNO. T. JOHNSTON, late pub. of-rem. Whig." Bellefonte, Nov. 13,1S58— 3t. ELRCTION. Office of the FARMERS' MUTUAL F1RK INSURANCE COMPANY of Centre County. THE annual meeting of the members, and an election for twelve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

< Jristac-i^s7 C<o» sart Saie8 BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court ofCentre county, the undersigned Administrator of John Mossinger dee'd, will be excosed lo public sale on SATURDAY JAN, 1st, 1859. at the house of John Messingcr, dee'd, in Potter tp., county aforesaid, the following real estate, to wit: ' All that Ce'rtain PIECE OF LAND, situated in Potter township adjoining lands of Mrs. Wolf, John Royer and William -Collier, containing EIGHTEEN ACHES, more or less—improved and in a high state of cultivation. —Also, a Tract of Unseated Land, situate on Beech Creek, in Centre county, surveyed in the warrantee nameof Samuel Puncraoh,containing Four Hi.n.lred and Fifteen Acres and allowance. TERMS—Oue-halfof the purchase money on the confirmation of sale, and the residue in ono year, with interest to be secured hy bond and mortgage. DAVID B. GUISE, Dec. 3. '58. Adm'r of John Messinger dee'd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

Asc:. knee's Notice. THE nndersignedijaiifigbeen appointed Assignee !o settle \he cosiness affairs of Ja cob Wolf and J. & J. C. Wolf, of the town of Aaronsbnrg, hereby notifies all persons knowing themselves indebted to either firm, to come forward and make immedivie settlement, and all those having chims, to present their accounts properly authenticated for settlement. THOS. HARPER, Aaronsbnrg, Nov, 12th 1858. Assignee. Mofcfiee. ALL persons holding the Bonds of the Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad Company, issued Nov. 14lh 1857, payable twelve months after date, will present them for payment at the office of the President, on arid after the 15th inst. WM. UNDERWOOD, Presid't. Unionville. Centre co. Pa., Nov. 12,1858. BRSOMJTIora. THE partnership heretofore existing under the firrnlof Potter & Mitchell, Physicians and Surgeons, has this day been dissolved by mutu-1 censent. The books of the 1 e firm are in the ands of Dr. John Mitchell, who will settle the busi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

JANUARY APPOINTMENTS 1859. DR. JACKSON, INDIAN PHYSICIAN, (late of St. Louis.) OF ERIE CITY, PA., may be consulted as follows—?ree of Charge. Bellefonte, Pa., "Conrad House," Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 31, and January 1st and 2d. Tyrone, Pa., "National Hotel," Tuesday, January 4th. Clearfield, Pa., "Mansion House," Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 7th, 8th and 9th. INDIAN BOTANIC BEMESIES! In treatment of diseases ofthe Lungs and Chest. Liver, Stomach. Bowels, Heart, Nerves, Skin;Scrofula. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, or any and all diseases arising from Impure Blood, Female ".Yeekness and JFemafe Diseases of all Kinds; aiso nil formD o Chronic or long standing diseases, have given Dr. Jackson a World :\ ide reputaiion. Dr Jackcon, although paying special attention to Lung, Throat, Heart and Female diseases, aiso .invites theconsultalions in all Chronic diseases incident to the humon system, Seeing many thousand cases every year, ho is well prepared to give an spimoa as to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

C3-r€>at igarsains IN ILLINOIS LAflriQl 90/>C3 ACRJES OF THE BEST PRAIRIE LANDS in .Macon Shelby, Moultrie, and Clay counliss, Illinoissituate near the Illinois Central, theGreatWaslern and Terra Haute and Alios Railroads, -.vKeh.frora their central location, excellent scil and congenial climate, offer aa favorable inducemsnto to purchasers as can be had in the Wast. Thsy will bo sold low. ' A number of Farmers of Mifflin, ai.d other co-jn tics, who saw these Lands, hava rsads purchases and are referred to as"o their it ::iity and location 25"Persons who desire to eramir.e these Lands can take the morning Express T.uir. io ^Pittsburgh on the Pennsylvania "s.iiroad, iht-ncs to Alliance Crestline, Scdianapoiis, Lafsyei:3, 5>,nvilie, and Decatur, which point they will reach on the following evening. Al'te;- the 10th of March, the subscriber will be at the Cassell House, Decatur, whera those.desirous of purchasingoresamining the Lands are requested to call JOSEPH ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

THE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening a n w supply of Callicoes, Muslins &c, at me Che ap Store of W- A. THOMAS Jr.. & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

hanmonton jlanbs NEW ENGLAND SETTLEMET. T) ARE OPPORTUNITy-TO ALL WANTING Jftfarms—in a liealty place, twenty-five miles from Philadelphia, on the Camden and Atlantic railroad \'..« Jersev. An old estate has recently been open ed ftrsalc?andlhe first division of 1O.C00 acres divided up into farms of twenty acres and upwards—The soil is ofthe best qiiaJny for the production of fruits, grains, &c. The price is §loto $20 per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instalments, wilbtn a erm of four years, with interest 1 he terms are m-ide ea«y, in order 10 insuie the rapid improvement ofthe land, by enabling every industrious man to buv a farm. It is now being extensively implored uv "Olid roads, and some of the best citizens from j/ew En-land, and the Middle States are erecting lar-e improvements It is a scene ol the greatest improvement out of Philidelphia Seventy-five houses have been built in four monlhs. Practical farmers and business men from the length ann bredth of i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

******* GIFTS, GIFTS! GIFTS!! SIVLlEIM>BI> GIFTS! At 439 Chestnut Street.—The only Original Gift Book Store. jZJ. G. EVANS "would-respectfully inform-hia *»*• friends and the public that his Star Gift Book Store and Publishing House is permanently established in Brown's splendid Iron Building. 429 Chestnut street, two doors below Fifth, where the pur chaser of each book at the regular retail price, will receive one of the following gifts, vaiued at from 25 cts. to §100. worth. 550 Patent English Lever Gold Watches, $100 00 each 550 Patent Anchor do do 50 00 400 Ladies' Gold Watches, 18c. cases, 35 00 600 Silver Hunting Watches, warrat'd 15 00 500 Parlor Time pieces, 10 00 500 Cameo sets, Ear Drops and Pins, 10 00 500 Ladies Gold Bracelets. 5 00 to 12 00 500 Gents' Vest and Fob Chains, 10 00 1000 Gold Lockets, double case, 100 00 1000 Gold Pencil Cases with gold pens, 5 00 1000 Extra Gold pens, with Holders, 1 50 2500 Ladies' Gold Pencils, 5 00 2500 Gold Pens with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

EXCELSIOR &I&&VIN& SALOON. Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa A PROCLAMATION"! TO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRES INTS MAYCOME—I, MESS1CKGRAHAM,'Irand Sultan of all the Barbers of the Keystone State, do hereby proclaim and make known to ALL People that 1 have fitted up my PALACE in ihe neates manncrforthe receptionofmy loyal subjects, where 1 will be at all limes ready to give them a cutting reception,and completely divest their physiognomy ofnature'o unseemly pioductions. AND FURTHER, as the times are getting good and the Banks making specie payments, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my subjects. WITNESS ray *»" and the Great Seal of my RAZOR AND SCISSORS, atthe PALACE, in the year of Blue Beards. 1855*. MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sulian, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary Oct 3,1855.—ly 23

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

A LARGE supply of superior -water ant! -£_L sugar crackers—from the celebrated Manufactory of R. & J.Davis, Pittsburg—just received and for sale at the new store of CHA'S. McBRTDJT A LARGE supply of that well known remedy Sanford's Invigorator. has just been -Cceivcd by GREEN & McMEEN, Ntov. 5. '58. " Agents.for Centre Co

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

IMLAFS BANK NOTE REPORTER PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. THE necessity thai exists for more freqnen intelligence for geneial security, regarding Banks and Counterfeit Bank Notes, has long been evident, and never more so than al ihe present moment. The interest of the community sutlers by delay, and lor their own protection requires prompt early and frequent information of a reliable eharac ter. This deficiency will now be supplied. Itmusl also be.admitted that Bank Note Detectors are in the hands, loo frequently, either of persons enlirely unacquainted with the Bank Note business, or who are immersed in other pursuits to an extent that a settled indifference to the wants, expectations, and necessities ofthe communily becomes the stereotype character of the publications. This trespass upon public conSdencc will be remedied by issuing a Weekly Bank Note Reporter, with advantages that must command universal attention. The Bank Nole Reporter will be corrected weekly, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

/ A CAR© fa-oBsi Dr.James /M. Jarreit, ofthe NEW YOBK LUNG / INFIRMARY.—My connection forlhe past eight I years wiih the above Intlilulion, as Chief Physi-I cian, and a twelve years' course ol steady devotion o the cuie of Pulmonary Consumption and its kindred diseases, together with my unrivalled opportuaitics and advantages of pathological research—nided not a tittle by a perfect system of Medi al ¦\nhalalion—has enabled me lo arrive at a decisive, direct, and successful course of treatment for the positive and radical cure of all (he diseases of the Throat, Lungs, and Air-Passages By Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicines are directly addressed to the diseased organs and the integument. I do not advise the use of Medical Inhalation of any kind, to the exclusion of general treatment; and although ( consider it a useful adjuvant in the proper management of those fearful and often fatal diseases, yet I deem it very necessary that each patient should have the be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

The "Broadway Omnibus," THE GREATEST PAl-KIt OF THE AGE A beav.tifv.lly Illustrated Monthly sheet, and a Pape that is a Pape , A budget of Wit, Humor, Facts, and Scenes drawn from life—"Here you are, right away, right away,'right away,Broadway, Broadway, right up\" Only Fifty Cents—jump in and take a ride. Onre seated in our "Omnibus," we will endeavor to both amuse and instruct you, and give you. in the course of the year, at least filly cents' worth of Fun and useful information. We will show you up Broadway, down the old Bowery, through Chaiham and the other principal streets, giving you ample time to see the Elephant and get a good peep at the Peter Funks, Confidence Operators, &c. &c, We will show you the cily by the day light, by gas light, by moon light, by candle light, by star light, and will drive the "Omnibus" to some pans of the city where there is no light! We will endeavor to post you on all the tricks and traps ofthe great metropolis, and also amus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 31 December 1858

'I'© Consumptives. — The adver"¦ riser having been restored 10 health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suffered several years with a severe Lung Affection, and that dread disease. Consumption,—is nnxiouto make known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure. To all who desire it he will send a copy os the prescription used (free ofcha ge), with dirccj lions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure Cure for Consumption, Asthma. Bronchitis. &c. The only object of the advertiser in sending the prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them nothing, ai.d may piove blessing. Parties wishing Ihe prescription will please address REV. EDWARD A. WILSON. Oct.8lb ,'58.-8l. ' Willi!"nsburS. Long Islano

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