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

T. F.- BOAL1CH E tfSPECTFUL-Iii informs the public, j and his old friends ant' costumers, that li-t has just opened one of the largest stocks of -Bnni* iiid Shoes ever presented to .the. people of Cenire couniy. His stock was selected by himself, and I .< is confident, from his knowledge and his pra'ciicI experience in the trade, that it caniini be excel!"'! for quality and price, nor .will it fail to inert th.-i wants'of the public generally, and his co&iumer-; particularly. The stock embraces a large variety for gentleman's wear, among which are Fa sic FrcneSi' Calf ffoois. Dp- Do . Gaites-s; Do .. . Do Monroes. with an .assortment of all kiuds, suitable for drossand common every day use. &ASMES' §II@E§ & Ctaiies's, of the latest style, suitable for tire season, and every quality. , The attention of the ladies is parr inula rhinvited lo this part of the stock,<is it is cnmpoi>ed i-l the best arlicles, and will be sold at prices f.«r...

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

Wir% rCIIE§TER & CO*' GE.NTLE.MEN'*' ..,. . , - FU-RNISHINJB STORE,-Patent Shoulder Seam Shirt Manufaclory AT THE OLD STAND. No. TOGCliliSTSVV STEET, PHILAD'A OPPOSITE THE. WASHINGTON- ^lOtlsK. . . A. WINCHESTER will give, as hereioflirc, his personal supervision of.the.Cutting.and.Maimfacinring depirtmcnis. Orders for hiscelebrate<l.sly(o of Shirts, Drawers and Colars filled at ihe short'e.-t notice. ... ..; . Persons desiring to order Shirts, can be ^lyrp"?-' with the formula lor measurement, on appli^ by mail. ....--Constanily on band, ^.varied, and select su Genilemen's Furr.ishinri'goods..! JKrWholesalc orders sunplicd on liberal irr j .November ICtli, 18j3.-ly. ' 'n '

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

"CEJ^TBAIj pkje» GA'RD&POSTt FEINTING' OFFICE. —i«»»> The publishers of ihe Central Press respa - fully announce lo iheir Ifierids and the.pub •• lhal" Ihey are now prepared lo execute kinds of -PLAIN1 & ffiAS?^S je' ' i f if i l l sie in a slyle and prices to compete with any establishment in"the State of Pennsylvania".' JPosiefsf ... Fasnplilels, Paper Books • Cii'culars' And blanks of all description's executed iu the most finished1 mahrie'f. 4••• » Jwg f rotting, * .. ", •¦6u6T&Asf visit ing Sards', . - ASSEil'6'LY TICKETS, PROFESSIONAL CARDS, .^ ; INVITATION CIKCL'-' LARS is a'branch or the'business which i.»" entirely under1 ihe'.cfraige, of ihe junior piihli.<her oi, the TRESS JOB PRiNTLNG OFFICE In this he fearlessly challenges » 1 competition, either for original design,-neatness, or cheapness. THE MATERIAL FOR JOBBING I§ -EntirelF' 3few, and \t23 selected with a' view to its beauty and appropriateness.. He is prepared to engrave orig...

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

' H>MMiBrBs:£-,» j-zztAMBCta^fcJSsWttCstiBMwPi « ¦ ¦ ** *"—''™ '***•* ' ^CEPiflTE COUNTY, KS. .*,. THE Commonwealthf ? v nn . " Ji eylvania to the Sheriff of Centre t"£ County Greeting: 'JJ WHEREAS Sarah Maria Ferguson , ' ...Jf did on the Ilth day ofOctobcr A.D. ».--../»* ]-858, prefer her petition to our sjid Judge* of out Court of Common Pleas for the County of Centre, praying for the causes therein set forth that the might bo divorced from the bonds of matriteony entered into with you Thaddeaa Fergu son. We do therefore command you', as we before commanded you the said Thaddeus Ferguson, that setting taide all other business and 'excuses, whatsoever, you-be and appear in your proper person before our Judges at Bellelbnle. at the Court ol Common Ple»n. there to be held for the said County 6f Centre on the 4th Monday of January next to an Hirer the petition or libel of the said tSarah Maria Ferguson and lo show cause, if any you have, why (he said Sarah" Maria Ferguson ...

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

•HuaH&ys JV&tiee, THE Undersigned Auditor appointed t>y tbe Orphan's Court .of Cenire county to reillc the account of the Executors of the last Will and Testament of Bet.jamin liitncr deceased, hereby gives notice that ha will attend to the duties of his appointment, on Saturday the 2/nd day of January next, at his office in Bellefonte. -when and where ail interested may attend. ¦ \V. J. XEALSM, Dec. 24. '58. Auditor. JLa§t $o£ice» THE undersigned hereby notifies all persons in debted Jo him either for Subscription, Advertising or Job Work, that all accounts unpaid alicr the fiJst of December neki will be left with an officer for collection. All, therelore, desiring to save costs can pay up at the .November court, or befotc the time specified. JNO. T. JOHNSTON. late pub. of-'Oem. Whig." Bellefonte. Nov. 19. lSfiS.—3t. ELKCTION. - Office of the FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of Cenire County. THE annual meeting of tbe members, and an ~eieclion for...

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

f la'ptiaiisCo urt SalCo BY virtue ot on order of tbe Orphans' Court of Centre county, (be undersigned Administrator of John Msssinger dee'd, will be exposed to public sale on SATURDAY J \N, 1st,. 1S59. at lh» hoii;e of John Messinger, dee'd, in Potter tp., county aforesaid, the following real estate, to wit: All. that. Certain PIECE OF LAND, situated in Potter townlhfp adjoining- lands cfMrs. Wolf, John Royer and William Collier, containing EIGHTEEN ACRES, rooTeor less—improved and in a high state of cultivation. —Also, a Tract of Unseated Land, situate on Beech Creek, in Cenire county, surveyed in Ihe warrantee name of Samuel Puncrash, containing Four Hundred and Fifteen Acres and allowance. TERMS.—One-half of the purchase money on the confirmation of aale, and the residue in ona year, with intersat to be secured by bond and mortgage. DAVID B. GUISE, Dec. 3. '58. Adm'r of John Messinger- tfec?d.

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

Assignee's Notice THE Undersigned having been appointed Assignee to nettle the business affairs of J A cos W<iu and J. <fc J. C. Wolf, of the town of Aaronsburg, hereby notifies all persons knowing thenselvca indebted to eitherfirm, to come forward and make immacfivie settlement, and all those hav ing claims, to present their accounts properly au thenlicated for settlement. THOS. HARPER, Asronsburg, Nov, 12th 1858. Assignee. .- - .

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

i'Joticc* A LL persons holding the Bond* of the .ZrJL Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad Company, issued Nov. 14th 1857. payable twelve months after date, will present them for payment at the office of the President, on and'after the 13th inst'. WM. UNDERWOOD, Pres-d't. Unionvillo. Centre co. Pa., Nov. 12. 1858. mSOLlJTION. THE partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Poller & Mitchell, Physicians and Surgeons, has Ibis day been dissolved by.mulu-] ccnaenl. The books of the e firm are in the ands of Dr. John Mitchell, who will settle the business of the partnership GEO. L. POTTER. Oct. 15. '58 —Ot. JOHN MITCHELL. JANUARY APPOINTMENTS 1859

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

DE, JACKSON INDIAN PHYSICIAN, (late of St Louis.) OF ERIE CITY, PA., may be consulted as foBows—Free 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 REMEDIES! In treatment of diseases of the Lungs and Chest, Silver, Stomach. Bowels, Heart, Nerves, Skin, Scrotals., Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, or any and all diseases arising from* Impure Blood, Female Weekncss and Jemale Diseases -of all Kinds; also- all forms o. Chronic or long standing diseases, have given Br Jackson a Worldwide reputation. Dr Jackson,' although paying special attention to-Lung, Throat, Heart and female diseases, also inrites the consultations in all Chronic diseases incident ro the humon system. Seeing many'thousand cases every year, he is well prepared to give an opinion as lo the curability of any c...

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

S-rcat Bargains IN ILLINOIS LANDS! £0,000 ACiSUS OF THE BEST PRAIKIE LANDS in Macon Shelby, Moultrie, and Clay counties, Illinoissituate near the Illinois Central, theGrcat-VV' eslcrn and Terra Haute and Alton Railroads, which, from their .contra! location, excellent soil and congenial climate, offer as favorable inducements io purchasers as can be had in the West- 'Fhey will be sold low. A number of Farmers of Mifflin, and other conn ties, who saw these-Lands, have made purchases and are referred to as to their fertjliiy and location 23"Persons who des»e to eiaminc these Lands can take the morning Express Train to Pi!tsbur"h I «a troa; Pennsylvania Railroad, thence to Alliance Crresc&e-,. Sndianapolis, Lafayette, Danville, and Decatur, which point they will reach on the following evenings After the 1 Oih of March, the subscriber will be at the Cussell House, Decatur, where those desirooe of pam-hasing or examining the Land* are requested to call T -. J©SEPU MILLIKEN, A^en...

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

THE SUBSCRIBERS aj* now opening a n w supply of Callicoes,Muslins&c.,aiine Cheap Stflrc of r W- VCBOMAS Jr., & C<\

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

tXAMMOK'TdlVLAlVD' ."I NEW KNGLAND •SETTLKMKT. -p-AllB OPPORTUNITY—TO ALL WANTING iYlarms—in a heaky place, twenty-five miles Irom Philadelphia, on.ihe Crunuen and Atlantic nolrese? IS'ew Jersey. An old estate has recently been open ed for sale, and the first division of 10,000 acres divided up inlo farms of twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is of tho beu quality for the produCCfon of fruits, grains, &c. The price is 415 to S20 per acre, payable in easy quarter \ early instalments, within a term of four years, with interest. The terms' are made easy, in order to insute ihe rapid improvement of the land, by enabling every industrious man to buy ii farm. It is now being extensively hnftToved by good roads, arid seine of the best citizens from f\ew England, and ihe Middle Stales are erecrrnii larye improvements It is a scene ol ihe greatest improvement out of Philidelpfcia Seventy-five houses have been built in four months. Practical larmers and business men from ihe ...

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

1 * * *- * ¦ * * * GIFTS, GIFTS! GIFTS!! §PjLf2i«J>Il> GEiPTS! 4*439 Chestnut Sired.— Ike onlg> OigU nol Gift Boole Store. Q. G. EVANS would respeatfurty inform his "• friends and- the pnhlrc Slfiff his- Star Gift Book Store and Publishing {Souse is permaneTrtiy-esiai, lished iu Brown's splendid I roil Building, 42B Ciiestuut street, two doors below Fifth, where the'pur chaser of each book at the regular retail pfrSe, will receive one of the following gilts, valued at from 25 cts. 10 SI00. '.. ¦ - ¦ • worth. 550 Patent English Lever Gold Watches, $100 00 rJich 550 Patent Anchor do do 50 00 400 Ladies' Gold Watches, 18c. cases, 3d 00 600 Silver Hunting Watches, warrat'd 15 00 500 Parlor Time pieces, .30 00 . 500 Cameo sets, Eur Drops and Piris, -30 00 500 Ladies Gold Bracelets. 5 00 to Vi 00 500 Gems'Vest and Fob Chains, 10 00 10UOGold Lockets.doublecase, 100 00 1000 Gold Pencil Cases with gold pens, 5 00 1000 Extra Gold peas, wiih Holders, 1 50 2500 Ladies' ...

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

EXCELSIOR SHAVING S.&I,©ON. Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa A PROCLAMATION! TO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRES INTS MAYCOMK-I.MESSlCKGKAflAivi; JrVnd Sultan ol all the Barbers of fine rieystone State, do hereby proclaim and make known to ALL People that 1 have-fitted up my PALACE in the ne^iios mnnncrforthe reception of my loyal subjects, where 'I will be at all times ready to give them a cutting reception,and completely oi vest their physiognomy ofnaiure's 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 my SCT and the GrrnrSoal of my RAZOR AND SCISSORS, at the PALACE, in the year bfBlue Beards. 1856* J MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary Oct 3,1855.—ly ' 03

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

A LARGE supply of superior water arid" sugak ckackers-—fiorn Hie celebrated Manufactory ol K. & J. Davis. Pittsburg—just received and for sale a! t-he new slore of CHA'S. MteBRin-rT A LARGE supply. a£.tlia.t well known Xi- remedy San/ord-'* IWigsBitor, has just been, ft ov. 5._ 58 Agents ror Ccntr.fi,ci.

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

M LAV'S BhhK jNOTE-REl'OiiT fblli.lSIIKU V.MKKI.V AT TWO DOLLAHS' PKK ANNUM; T'HK necessiiy lliat exists Un more, fieqi.ipn i- intelligence for geneial security, reL-ardins Banks and Counterfeit Bank Note"!, has long been evident, and P( "er more so than at the prtscnl moment. Tl-.e ir .crest of the community sullers l,\ delay, and fr* their nwa pnueeiioa- requires prmnpi early and frequent information of a reliable charae ler." This deficiency will now be supplied. It must also lie admitted that Bank Note Deici-iors are in the hands. 100 IVeouirnrFy, either of persons entirely uiiacqiiaiiiteS wiih 1 lie Bunk Note business, or who are immersed in oilier pursuits to tin extent that a settled iinlifteienre to the wants, expectations, and nccecs-hiestif ihoconimuniiy becomes ihe stereotype i-b.iracfer "f the pnbl-caiious,- 'i'lus trespass upon pulilie couidenrc will be remedied by issuing a Weekly Biink Note Kepnrter, wiih advantages that ninst.camrhand universal attention The Ba...

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

/ A €ASS1> from £$s'..Fauies /M. Jarrctf, of iheJShVV VOliK LING / fNKIKMAK.Y.—My connection forilie past eiehi 1 years with ihe above lutlitniinh.D* Ci.-itf Physijr dan, and a twelve years' course ol steady devotion o the cine of Pulmonary Consumption and ils kin-/rcd diseases, togeiher with my unrivalled opportunities and advantages of pathological research—nided not a little by a perfect system of'Medial wttalalion—has enabled me to arrive at a decisive, direct, and successful course of treatment fur the positive and radical cure of ailthe diseases of the Throat. Lungs, and Arr-Pass.-iges By Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties nf medicines arc directly addressed'to the diseased "organs and the integument. J do not advise the use of Medical. Inhalation of any kind, 10 the exclusion of general treatment; and although I consirier.it a useful adju. "vant in ihe' nroper management of those fearlnl andcficii fatal diseases, yet J deem it very nccc. s'ury' that each p...

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

The "'Broadway Omnibus," TIiE«UE.-\TlSSi-l'Aj-,'i-:u«iFl£lIS.vl.lS: A beautifully 1/lustra'ed Monthly sheet, and a. Pope lit it is a Papa , A budget of Wit, Humor, Facts, .i„d Scenes drawn Irom life—'-Here you are. riglil auay, ri-hl away, rigid away, Broadway, Broad/cay, right iTnV Only Fmy Cuius—jump in and lake a ride. On. e seated in our "Omnibus." we will endeavor to both amuse and instruct you, and give you. iu the course of the year, at least liliy 1 cuts' worth of Fun and useful information. We will show yuu up Broadway, down the old Bowery, through Chatham and the olher principal streets, giving you aniple lime to see the Elephant and get a good peep al ihe Peter Funks, Confidence Operators. &c.&c. We will show you the city by the day light, by gas light bv moon light, by candle light, by star light, and will drive ihe -Omnibus" to some nans' of Ihe cily where there is itolighll We will endeavor- to post you on ::\) the tricks and-traps of the great metr...

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

!8 ftJOMSUHipt ives. — Tht- adver-1 user having tuci. restored to health in a few weeks by a very simple remedy, after havinir suf. fercd several years with a severe Luiii* Allhctiou and that dread disease. Consumption.—islmxiou' to make known lo his fcHow-sufli-ri'rs ihe menus'of cure. To all who desire it he will send a copy o's ihe prescription used {free ofitia ge), with din-ci tions for preparing and using the same, which ihey will.find a sure Cure lor Consumption, Asthma Bronchitis i)' -c The only object ol i|,e adveriist-r in sending the prescription is to benefit i|ie aHiii-i-<d, and he hopes every sufferer will iry his remedy as it will cost them nothing,ni.d may piove blessing Parties wishing ihepresi-iiplion will please addrrw^' REV. EDWARD A. WILSO'.\, „ B1 ..» . Williamsburg Long Is'lana Oct. 8th, 5a—St. . 's'iSSi Sj&^&i .-PBEPARED BY PR. S;itfF0«ip. Compounded Entirely pom 'GL-AIS, IS one of ihe best Puigaiive.nnd Liver Medu iu< now ...

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

A BEAUTILFU- HEAD . OF HIOH ^LOSSIT HA2R Gompltttly Preserved . To ihe $r?srea-f£s* Age. ~ AND who thai is gray would not have it ros'tored to.lormer color? or bald but would have ihe growth restored, or troubled wiih dandruff and itching but wnu'd have it iemovcd,or lioubled wiih scrofula, scald head or oilier eruptions but would be cured, or with sick headiche, (neuralgia; but would be cured. It will also remove all pimplc-Irom the face and skin. Prof Wood's Hair rcto rativc will do all 'his. See circular and ihe folloy iug- An.v AnEOR, Nov. 5, 185G. ProfO J.Woqri—Dear Sir: Idiave heard nine said of the wonderful effects of your" J/air Kestn rame, but having been so often cheated by quack cry and ciuw-k nostrums,'.hair dyes, ,vc, 1 Was dis posed to.place your Restorative" in the same cue gory with ihe thousand and one loudly irumpeted quack remedies, until I-met you in Lawrence coun ty some months since, when iron gave me such assurance as induced ihe trial of your Hcsiurali...

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