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

THE JsIVE PREPARED BY DR. SANF0RD. Com[>ounded Entirely from GUMS, IS one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicine now before the public, and acts as a Cathartic easier, milder and more effectual.than anyolhci medicine known. It is not only a Cathartic but a Liver remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject-its morbid mailer, thus accomplishing two purpose! efeelually, without any of ihe painful feelings experienced in the operations of most Cathartics. It strengthens the system at the ssme lime that it purges it. and when taken daily in moderate doses, will strengthen and build it up with unusual ra dilj. The LIVER is one at ni ^ ht loosens the of ihe principal regu ^^ bowelsger.tly and cures latois of the humanp^ Costivencss. . body; and when it per- One dose taken after formsits functionswellf***) each meal will cure the powers of the sys- Dyspepsia, tern arc fully developed r , S5"0nc dose of two The stomach is almosiw ' teaspoonfulls will alentirely dependent on way...

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

A BEAUTILJ?JJ^JIEAP_ OF RICH ^LOSBIT HAIR. Completely Preserved To the Greatest Age. AND who thai is gray would not have il restored to former color; or bald but would have ihr growth restored, or troubled with dandruff and itching but wou'd have it icmoved.or troubled with scrofula, scald head or oilier eruptions but would be cured, or with sick headiche, (neuralgia) but would be cured. It will also remove all pimplefrom ihe lace and skin. Prof Wood's llairrejto rative will do all' his. See eircular and the follow ing ... Ann Arbor, Nov. 5,1856. ProfO J. Wood—Dear Sir: 1 have heard mm: said of the wonderful effects of your Hair. Resto rative, bin having been so often cheated by quack ery and qua. k nostrums, hair dyes, Ac, I was dis posed to place your Restorative in the same rate gory with (lie thousand and one loudly trumpeted quack remedies, until I met you in Lawrence coun ty some months since, when voti gave me such assurance as induced the iri-il of your Restorative in my...

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

CERTIFICATES. PAIN ER.ADICATOR! MESSRS. GREEN & M'MEEN—Genltemen:—For the last three years, I have been subject to Neuralgia of the most severe character—at onetime confined to my room for three months with it, and snbject to return as often as 1 got wet or was in the damp . I tried a great many remedies for it. but found no permanent relief until 1 got Rev. Geo. 1 Milks' Pain Eradicatop., as prepared by you, which has never failed to eradidatethe pain, when applied. I also use it for Sore Throat, wiih the same good effoct,and know of it being used for Rheumatism, wiih good results. I believe it to be a good medicine for the above-named diseases, and no humbug, and would coidially reco mmend it to all suffering with either Neuralgia or Rheumatism JOHN M'CALMONT. Mkssrs. Green <$¦ M'Meen:—I have used Geo I. Miles' Pam Eradicator, prepared by you, for the Rheumatism in my shoulder, and found great relieE and would recommend il to others similarly affected .„ , JOHN BE...

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

"Old Dominion." .. .. .x, ¦ -• The Old Dominion Coffee Pot HAS BECOME A HOUSEHOLD WORD. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot HAKES ABEVEaAGfi KHICIOTJSAS HECTA'S, The Old Dominion Coffee Pot TAKES 1E83 COFFEE TZiS AST OTHER. Tho Old Dominion Coffee Pot MAKES BETIEE COFFEE THAM AST OTHEBThe Old Dominion Coffee Pot MEVEH. FALLS TO DO ITS WORK RIGHT. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot GIVES A HEALTHY BEVERAGE. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot IS A FRIEHD TO DYSPEPTICS. The Old Dominion tJoffee Pot MAKES HUSBANDS HAPPY. The ©Id Dominion Coffee Pot . BAKES WIVES. G00DJTATUBED. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot IS THE COOK'S DELIGHT. . Tlie Old Dominion Coffee Pot BENDS SMILES TO THE BREAKFAST-TAELE. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot PRETESTS MATRIMONIAL DISCORDS.c The Old Dominion Coffee Pot GIVES the ARABIAN BERET ia PERFECTION. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot IS BASED OK SCIENCE AND COMMON SENSE. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot IS USED BY ALL GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot IS KJUTTrFACTTTRED UNDER THE ...

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

0DLKT0 YOUR OWN LYTBRGST3 I HAVE foi. sale almost all kinds of Farming Utensils, and will sell them ascheap asthey anc be had any place in the country, or I \vi\\ sell al Philadelphia prices, freight added. They are as follows:— Allen's Improved Mower and Reaper, Allan's celebrated self-raker Reaper and Mower, Manny's improved combined Reaper and Mower, Ketchum's Mower and Reaper. Corn-Shellers ol different kinds, Straw, Hay and Fodder Cullers from S7 lcP540, Mills for grinding Chop, Ears Corn, &c," Circular Saw Mills, Cloverseed Galherer, Ploughs of all kinds, Wl'ii'h. Double and Subsoil, Cnllivni,.rs of most all kinds, Grain Drills of different kinds and prices, Improved Sleam Boilers for steamiii2 food for Cattle, Barn Door Rollers, Hay Makers, Horse Hay Rakes, $-c. I am also aulhorizr.d to sell Farming Uiensil« for W. T. lioyer & Bro , makers of Farming Implements, Philadelphia; Paschnll, Morris <fe Co., wholesale and retail dealers in F.-frming Implem...

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

Scrofula^ or King's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of tho blood, by which this fluid becomes -vitiated, weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it pervades-the whole body, and may burst out in disease on any part of it. No organ is free from its attacks, nor is there one which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variously caused by mercurial disease, low living, disordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth and filthy, habits, the depressing vices, and, above all, by the venereal-.infection. "Whatever be its origin, it is hereditary in the constitution, descending " from'parents to children unto the third andiiburth generation;" indeed, it seems to. be the rod of Him who says, " I will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children." Its effects commence by deposition.from tho blood of corrupt orHlecrous matter, which, iii the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed! "tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and 011 the surface, eruptions o...

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

JHqwsit iBank, os ¦ HUMES, M'ALLISTER, HALE & CO., Belleloule, Centre Co, Pa, E. C. HOMKS, J. t. HAI.K, a. N. M'ALLISTER, a, G. CURTIN, Intel est Paid on Special Deposits DEPOSITS received, Billsofl^ichangeand Notes Discounted, Collections madeand proceeds remitted promptly. Interest paid on Special Deposties for Ninety Days, and under Six Monlhs, at the rate of Four per cent, per Annum. For Six Months and upwards, at the rate oFFive per cent. per Annum: Exchange on the East constantly On hand. Bellefonte, Nov. 2F, 1856—tf.

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

TIIEWO NDER OF 1 HE TIMES? AIERIC A x /AlJW S3 &3 oo fH 1 -<s^ " Er^ m ^ ^adKliiiiii ^ H ¦ 's^^^mr jg 4 m 9 m » The World is CSAIAECTGSD to PRODUCE ITS EQUAL for durability, simplicity, cheapness of construction, and ease with which it can be kept in motion, and the PRICE ONLY j 12.;, At the New YorkJBlate Fair, held at Bunalojji^^ i lie Stli, "7th." "SilTand'ifth' or"OcioI)"ef~T837,-Tnl" Young America was awarded the FIRST Vllii' ¦ -U1UJI. Any amount of testimony migli! lie given in be half of this machine, but it is entirely unnecessary, <s it does not fail to recommend itself to all who witness iis operation. KrFarmers and others, desirous of purchasing a convenienl machine, should first examine liieYoiinu America before buying any other shellcr. For sale only by J.G. KURTZ, Oct 1. 185S. Bellefonle. Pa, IHJNSICKER'S IMPROVED PREMIUM

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

ROUGH & READY CORN SHELLER DANIEL DERR respectfully informs the farmers and the public generally, thai the timeis now at hand forgcjljna one of the celebrate d Rough a.id Ready Hand anil IJorge^owerJIftrii Shelters, which is one ofthe best now in use manu- ^ ficiurud'iind sold by the tmdi-rsignctl All kinds °f gram taken'in payment al market prices Cash wil not be refused. -.:' .-Bellefonte.Oct. 2-2..':-i8. . D\NI: L DERR.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

W, A, THOMAs, Jr. & CO, HAVE JUST RECEIVED' .. A JL-AUGE STOCK OF DRY goods; READY-MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, '.; Q.U.EENJ5-WAH/& H A R Br W A R Es FISH AND SALT,; Which they are now opening, and' offer w the public and' rherr friendi,- THEY ALSO HAVE ON HANI? AND FOR SAL& CHEAP FOR CASH or GRAIN FISH, SAtTt PLASTER, COAL, FLOUR, and the usual supply of goods with which they have been furnisfiing their large cus torn. B'ellefonte, Nov. SElri, '58 - : 1 _ * . ; ' " .- . ,.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

COCKEY & CO IAJfifBEit COMMISSION MEREHAMTS WEST FALLS ;ATEKUE Baltimore, Md REFER TO MS3RS CURTIN & BLANCflARft . BELLEFONTE, PA. Oct 1 1^8—ly. - ¦ '¦ ' - ' ¦ ¦¦i i\ ,; . . " "" ' ¦ 4 • * '*¦ » ~ '^ .,-,-r-.-i '¦«.—n -/rruT-vT^Tnrr

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

WHOLESALE iBOGEflS Liquor Deakrs & Rectifiers Hfc* 20* S^feevly Street, . P1T'JPS»WKGH Ocf.-Sili", -1B5S!— ff ME I -Mto & 1V1U USh Y 11. .' . ... _^, =

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

L AW PA rVT SSP E-S&SWP AKDRBW G. GlTCTiN:- KDSH5H3' BLANCH.! UI). f |pLIB undersigned having associated them-I selves in the practice of- Law, will faithfully" attend to all professional business entrusted-lo their care in Centre, Clearfield and Clinton- counties. AH' co lections placed hi their hands, will receive their prompt alien'" office in the new- Cottage Building, on Al -legheny «"« bt7ffnK .&BLANCHA*D.' Pee. U1934 . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

CARRIER'S. ADDRESS ' OF Lo! another year, full of its mystic scenes, Has pasced before us, like our -youthful dieams—Leaving its traces, e'en as vows,upon the sand-To live or die amid the records of the land'/ Aiut;who can tell, how sad these records are—- How sad the suffering of-flfe. rude, and fair—While unchecked crime, at mid-day slulked abroad, Prfyinj; ma?? and mocking even God : Suthless to \vin, its bruised arm hath flung J)eatb-to the wretch e'en while in wine he sung-, *5SeJ(ireadful requiem of eternal shame,-rn'vlied surely to demoniac flame. And ihrtue, trembling, as it shrank it? fear, JJepressed a sigh, nor dared give pi'ty's lear.-Anolher year, bui fairer scenes arise To deck its morning and its evening skies—Aud virtue blooming in the distant slops, Though vice be near, is buoyed on by hope. And smiling blandly, as an Angel smiles, First wins the soul, and then the heart beguiles, Not with Ihe blandishments that art would givs And murders those whom it would...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

THE CENTRAL PEESS. rBBLISIIKD KVKKV FKIIMY MORNING, A I» BELLEFONTE, PA., BY TTlcn Forney & J. G- Kartz, OK THE FOLLOWING TERMS: Two Dollars a year, which may lie tlischarsec! 'iy the payment of One Dollar and Fifty Cknts Before the expiration of six moms 1'rom the time of fcuhsrribing. No subscription iceeived for a.less neiiod than six monts. 53T No paper wit' be discontinued until all ariea rages am paid unless al the option of the publisher RATES OF ADVERTISING. The following are our icrmsoi'advertising^vhicli will he strictly adhered to: One square, (li lines) three insertions, SI CO ilvcry subsequent insertion, * Auditors' Notices. . * Administrator and bxecutors Notices, l '» jSotice of Applicants for License, i,w» Jjitices for Strays, .„0Q Merchants. (1 squares) by the year, 1» ^ Merchant Tailors and Grocers by year B to Mechanics1 and Professional Cards by year, o 00 Standing advs , one column, per year, 30 IW Half Column, (standing) B0Q ^%dC ver;"ementsse„. in wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

SAMUEL LINN. WILLIAM ai WILSON.. LINN & WILSON, ATTORN EYS-AT-L AW, Belleftnl". Pa OFFICE on Allegheny Street.in Ihe builtlin" lor merly occupied by Humes. McAllister, Halo &. oo„ as Bankers. August 12.19!**—lyr. _. el-Bo. wTswASiTa,_- Wat dual:»ker assd l>esalca" in Jeweis*5?, &*w " SigK of IhVliig GIW w.tIV:t., ne« door to '"<- etoieol'li C. liiirnes.V Km. Wlatehea and Jewelry repairs and warr.mteuv Kelefoute, August ,'H, }«J».—fai . mo. a. M«L*Har.a. n. . ««• •»• _ Dorf,:J''K'^ DBS. FAIRLAMB_& DOBBINS. T^n. GEO. A.'FAIRI.AMB l™.».«"n ir-jf ^^'^ D him, in the practice of medicine. DK..IAb- U. DOBBINS. Stt-OiIi-e (•« lieroiolorcO on lli=.liop siieet. opposite the Temporanite Uolel. liellelVintc, Maieh IB. 1 tSf>7— 11 - bb^j7d. Wii^O ate ZSmm RESIDENT DENTB't Offi.-e and rBS.daiiee o.. ihe Nnrili-e:..sierii corner oflhB public sqiLiru. near the Court House. Will.bc- found at his office, except two wee»s in earh monlh, cnmmenctii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

" ABA.W. MOT, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, WILL attend ptomptly to all legal business entrusted to him Special altention given to the OrplrtufConrt Pr.iciic:e and Scrivemng. His effise is with the lL.n. James T. Mule, where he can alwiys be consulted, in the English and Ocrmun LuBzO&IJcs. Eellefonie,'May 5,'58. .' ..-__ JOfflI« MITCOEIifiSTM- ©. OSceonSurins Street, just above Bishop Street BKLLEFONTB, C.KNTRE CO., PA., OtTufs his professional services to his old friends and ihe. public. Oct. i5;'5S-IT. CCHT1YAHCIHC-. ' DEKDS. BONOS. iMUtiTCJAGliS, End AIIT1-CLKS OF AGRKKMENT neaily and correct--ly executed. Also, altention will be given lo the adjustment of Book Accounts, and accounts of Adminiatraiois and Executors prppascd for filling1: WM.J'.KKALSII. Office next door to the Post Office Bcllefonte, April?. '53-lf. : GTL. E'OTTEBfj M. »• Olfice on High Slr<ct(nlil office), r.ELLETONTfc. CENTUE CO, PA. Will allend to prefessi"nal calls as heretofore, and resuei-tfully offers h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

SfJecoa of Ssmem .€ainei*b3&V OF PENNSYLVANIA, ix' iht United Stairs Senate on the subject , oj ihe Tariff. I propose (o submit to the Senate, with a request, that-it bo printi-d fur the use of Efie members, a meiuorial and other docuriients, relating to the manufacture o ironf iri :Penrjsylv8uia, published by Cue convention of iron masters which met in Philadel phia on the 20ih of December, 1849, and other additional statistics furnished by members of the American Imn Association, and I. wish to make a few rematks explanatory thereof. . In table 47 of the annual rejrort of the Secretary of the Ofreasury, of fast year, he ^ ives the yearly averageprice of pig iron in New Yorlf, for 37 years, from 1820 to* fS57, which-I find uitsking an average to-, the whole time, of S-S'-t,20. The duty on this price, at 30 per cent., would have been $11 26 per ton. Under the tariff of 1S24, it was . 810 00 • . 1828 12 50 , 1832 10 00 ¦ { - 1833 9 47 4-5. 1837 • • • 9 23 4-5 i ' 1839...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Wu §miml §tm BELLEFONTE, PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Friday Morsiisig, ?. San, 1S59 TPeaBBasylvasssa. " Wlien will Pennsylvania be true to herself7" is a question which begins :o be asked by Ihe very men who have always been opposed to every policy designed to promote the interests of the State. When will Pennsylvania be true to herself? is a question now of more importance than any which could possibly be asked, because as the great interests of Pennsylvania are depressed 01 encouraged, the real interests of the Union rise or fall. Thee is not a branch of industry which does not depend on Pennsylvania for success, because the elements of trade and mechanics are so closely allied wiih her success, that it has become a dependence of life or dealh, as Pennsylvania flourishes, and well it is that we begin to inquire when this good old commonwealth will turn her strength lo the care of her own industry, and thus assist in elevating the industry of the country. . Pennsylvania will only be Irue to herself, when her people forget the...

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