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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

HIDE, LEATHER, Hoot 4V Shoe Store. (WESTENDOFSPBINC-CREEK%niDnE,CIIEAPSIDE.) rFHE largest and best Stock of Boots and *¦ Shoes ever brought to. Centre County, 25 t cent, cheiper than sold any other place. SPANISH SOLE LEATHER OF ALL KIND Japanned, Enameled and Fancy Colored Leather ; French Calf S/cins, Oil-tanned Lace Leather, French Patent Calf Shins, Tampeco Boot Shins, Madras Boot Shins; ..Red 'Eonans, Pink, White and Elite Maronc Lincgings,Qapeibmdings, Gaiter, Kid and Tanner's Oirj^Plasiering^IIair, Copper Rivets caid Burs. All kinds oi? Shoemaker's Findings and Tools. Streateh Leather Belting at City Prices., 1-'". CASH paid for all kinds of HIDES, SKINS and EURS. THOMAS BURNSIDE. Bellefonte, Aug. 26, '57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

GREEN & M'MEEN'S VEGETABLE LIVEK PILLS, prepared from the Shakers* Formula, will excite the Liver to action,resolvin" its chronic engorgements, thereby permanently curing liver Complaint, Irregularities of the Stoma ch and Bowels,Costiveness, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia ^Pv-gcstion, Flatulency. <J-c. fan 14 8 A different kinds of LADIES' KIIOKS at V BURNSIDE'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

GENERAL ELECTION PROCLAMATION T\f HFREAS, IN AND BY AN ACT OF v* the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled " An act relating to the elections of this Commonwealth" passed the 2d day of July A. D. 1839, it is made the duty of the Sheriff of every county within the .Common wealth to give public notice of the General Elections, and in suchnotice to enumerate:—1st. The officers to be elected. 2d. Designate the places at which the election is to be held, I, THOS. McCOY, High Sheriff of ihe county of Centre, do hereby make known, and give this public notice to the electors of the said county of Centre, that on the second Tuesday of October next, (being the lS^th day of the month) a General Election will be held at.the several election districts, established by law in the said county ot Centre, at whick time Stale, County and Judiciary officers are to be elected as follows, to wit-One Person to fillwhe officeW Caftal CommissionerW the CommonweauV. of PSQnsy-I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

HAlTIJIOATOI* LANDS. NEW KNGLAND SElTLKftiCT T1ARK OPPORTUiNITY-TO ALL WANTING SI-i ITr1"ah .e K altT,PlaJ ce. twenty-five miles horn Philadelphia, on the Camden and Atlantic railroad. New Jersey. An old estate has recently been open-' ed for sale, and the first division of 10,000 acres divided up into farms of twenty acres arid upwards — The soil is of the best quality lor the.produciion'of fruits, grains, &c: The price is 815 to $20 per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instilments, within a term of four years, with interest. The terms are made easy, in order to insure the rapid improvement ofthejand.by enabling every industrious man to buy a farm. .It is »ow being; extensively.improved by good roads, and sornc of the best citizen* from NewlMi-land.and the Middle States are erectinc large improvements. It is a scene of- the- greatesl improvement out. of Philidelphia . Seventv-five houseshave been built in' four' months. - Practical farmers ^ antU-business men.from the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

A LARGE supply of superior water sugar crackers—from the celebr Manufactory of K. & J.Davis, Pittsburg—received and for sale at Ihe new store of; CHA'S. McBKlD

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Vies greatly -ezctedicg that o* say oicer tear,'a!! the stalls upon the ground are iircady filled, ana others are in process of Erection. The display of farm implements and' machinery is surpassingly 'fine, and every branch of industry is fully represented. There are a number of Bellefunte people there. —Danville, Sept. 24.—VS\ G. Clark, convicted of the murder of his wife, by poison, was executed to-day at noon. Since his conviction the prisoner had manifested the most surprising indifference to his fate. Last night he slept about three boors. He was in the habit of talking free ly, with an - attempt once or twice at levity. The pastors of the different Protestant churches were with him all morning in his cell, endeavoring to prepare his mind for his future fate. .They also attended hiui- to the scaffold. Oh the scaffold Clark occupied forty-five minutes in reading his speech, in which he firmly asserted his innocence. He endeavored to implicate other parties, and declared that h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Terrible Accident at Sea. Halifax, September 27.—The Cunrad steamer at sea proved to have been the Austria. Twelve of the survivors have arrived here; there were in all about six hundred souls Oil board the ill-fated steamer, of which only 67 were saved. SECOND DISPATCH. Halifax, September 27.—The brig Lotus arrived yesterday with 12 of the 67 survivors of the destruction of the steamer Austria, burned at sea on- the I3th. A passenger reports that a little *fter 2 o'clock oh the afternoon of the 13th; a dense volume of smoke burst from the.after entrance !jo the steerage the speed was instantly slackened one half, at which speed she continued going until the magazine exploded, when the engineers, it is supposed, were instantly suffocated. The fire next burst through the lights at midship, travelling aft with fearful rapidity. A boat let down on the port side was ^ insiintly crushed, and another on the starboard side was swamped from the numbers rushing into it. All the. first ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

A Balloonist lost in the Sky. terrible Adventure—a Man sealed on the valve of a Balloon carried into the clouds. We have learned full particulars of the balloon ascension al Adrian on Thursday, (16th,) its subsequent descent, and its second ascension and runaway with'the aeronaut while beyond his control. It is a brief narrative, but of thrilling interest.— A man lost in the.sky I There can scarcely be a. more terrible thought. It makes ihe flesh creep and sends a shudder through every nerve! The first assension took place about nine o'clock in the morning. It was. on the occasion of a large Sunday school celebration at Adrian. The balloon was a very large and well constructed one, being about the height.of a two-story building when inflated and ready to cut loose from its fastenings. Messrs. Bannister and Thurston took, seats in the car attached to the balloon and ascended safely and steadily. 'After remaining about forty minutes in the air, sailing towards Toledo all the time,...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

^ |;0iW;: COMMISSION'MERCHANTS, WEST FALLS AVENUE Baltimore, JStd REFER TO . " MESSRS CURTItf & BLANCflARD I BELLEFONTE, PA. . ( Oct. 1.1858.—ly "' ScSfYcoT-:; ' . .'.-' , .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

I FRESH ARRIVAL or zr'sr gooss, groceries. SASTB'WAS.B. &e. &e. TOMmmilfc STEEL XXAYE just received, direct-from .'New JlJL . A'ork and Philadelphia, andare.now opening, -tlieilargest and best selected slock of goods evsr presented. 10 the people of Centre County.. Tlu< stuck' compiises an endless variety of HaAilMHSS ©1E.31SS GmBXBRte of the latest slyle. quality and prices. Also,-an as sortment of - . . £E>I£2.^: <SGpCE?£S)SS39 composed of .-.-,'. CJotbs. Casimers. -'•'-- statinetts, ' '*«• A*5? "$<Q The stock of ready made clothing is such'as will suit all tastes, and at. prices lower than can be purchased rlsewbere. Particular attention is requested lo the amount of HARDWARE new offered for sale, and the trade will find it to their interest to examine this stock Before purehasiiro elsewhere'.- — queeSsvvare, •*• "groceries, " fish, salt, - "&c."&e. &c.-&c. &c A" full sup...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

THE WONDER OF Tli.E:TIMES.! USIilCl "$ -ij| ;; & &¦<" jfpiiii ¦ ¦ 2 S •. -. 2 -/BsEe ar3 i1*! - a! . . §ffj^|&| ^ /Q£ gj-;S" ¦ .' ¦¦B.Lg$si -,§ :-P- 5' *• ''""^^Swl^ ¦' ,'1"' P H ^^^W'-"%B I^HIS most adruirable'and complete Corn Slicli«r has been pronounced by competent judges—Farmers, Agriculturalists and Mechanics—{o be the ' MOST SIMPLE, DURABLES' , and CoDffifflete .SafEIXER ever invented. It can be propelled with perfect ease, and 150 to 200 bushels of corn can be shelled 3he World is 0&AX&E3T©E2> to PRODUCE ITS EQUAL for durability, simplicity, cheapness of-constructlon, and ease with which it can bc'kcpt in motion, and the.; FRIGE ONLY $12 At the New York Sla£e Fair, held at Buffalo, on the 6th, 7th,"j8th and 9th of October 1857, the Young America was awarded the FIRST PK£* i lHUiU.-. A ny.amount. of testimony, might be givsn in behalf of this machine, but it is entirely unnecessary, as it'does.not fail to re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

PLEASANT 8AP HOTEL J.-'-ia. Im&MJMER, Prop PLEASANT GAP. CENTRE CO., PENIS'A. npiliS Hotel is pleasantly located on the JL Bellefonte and Lewistown Turnpike, and has ample accommodations !or strangers and travellers. THE'-BAil is always supplied with the choie. est'and best variety of liquors which the. market affords.—To the house, there is attached commodious and excellent stabling. Oct. 1,1858. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

¦¦-¦ -WAiW-ED! - A PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT.' A young married man, a practical printer, -and of considerable experience as an editor, desires lolease:or purchase upon easy terms, a well established county rivwspapcr -For.'paruculirs"address "Ckntbe Democrat," Bellelonte, Pa. Oct. 1, 1858. VALUABLE ¦ UB Ail-ESTATE.- • Tf^lQii fcnVLE, a house and lot of/ground JL/ In Seliefoute, situate on Bishop street. £jg& A 1*0 siory frainuhouse, bank burn and otlicrJjaglH outbuildings—a desirable residence lor a private family For terms apply to THOMAS McCLEAN or R- O."DURHAM; Agent. Bellefonte, Oct. l,1858.lf. . TIMMBSJBEiVGt MACHINE KORSaLE. A SUPERIOR threshing mechine, with XX cast iron strap wheel, and all the fixtures-, co.nij.lete wilt be sold very ch«p if applicaiion be made immediately to - Gb.O A. BA YARI , Oct. I-;'58' 3t" . at Loaan Foundry, Bellelonte

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

TU'sr'RECElVEb A FRESH SUPPLY Ol J Coffee," Surrar, Motassc?. &c. by - . Sept. 17: " W. A.THOMAS, Jr.. & CO. f • .(\ BAGS OF GROUND ALUM SALT. QUI/ 50U do Dairy and Table Salt for sale, low fur casb by ,.„„,, , „ -... ,nr> Sept. 13. Vv . A. 1 MOM AS, Jr. is. CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

mi'S'SUBSCRlBERS n.re row opening a new A "supniy ol'Catlicocs, Muslins &c, at tno Cheap siS: ' W. A. THOMAS.Jr., & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

FM'ESM AMMIVAIj OF

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS, €S-a.OS£B'is:S3'".s2i EAEBWASB..; THE subscriber.has just received frojit Plfiladel--phialand New. York a .large and wrll Reeled itoclt'of DRY GOODS and GRUCi'.W l'.S>. which ie is tide;mined to dispose of at prices to .suit tne times. - The nock embraces a full variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS; Moo.:de Laincs, Coburg, De Bege. Alpaca. Marine Plaids, French Marino, -Devitlo Cloth. Wool De Lains, Plaid Flanncll for «''^ren. Sack Flannels at all prices; Wool and Cotton Flannells, a 1 colors. Dress :-SUIiLS of every variety and color. HA3BISS T&&CS GOODS. Dress Trimmings, Gloves, .; ..-Hosiery, ,9oll?'f' Capes, Head-dressea, . FALL SHAWLS & CLOTH CLOAKS oftHelateslstyle;andat prices lo suit the'times. Muslins, Calicos and lawns-Domestic and French Ginghams,-,and Ten-quarter S AMf'variety of CLOTBS and CAS1MERS, of the latest style and lowest cash prices. ¦CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. Overcoats, from.$5. to 815." .Satin, Velvet. P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

PIS, SHOES AND HATS A«B BURNSIUS'S - •.; WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. IFYOTJ WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTMENT : of chea p boots and shoesj go to Burnside's. _ WATER PROOF BOOTS at Burnside's IET Al.ii the people call'and .examine the boots and sties-a't Burside's, before,purchasing elsewhere. A SATING of 25 per cent uy buying^your boots and shoes at Burnside's. - . Ar LIBStRAli deduction made to those who buy • to sell again. 30 OIFFERENT kinds of ladies shoes at Burn-. side!s.-¦; . ... _ • -. .> • . CITY inade boots and shoesi at prices to suitthe -times at Burnside's. " THI5 largest stock of boots and shoes ever brought to Bellefonte", at Burnside's; "j" • '¦ AT Burnside's Cheap Bool and Shoe store we study -to please* -: ' - I.EATK.ER of all descriptions at Burnside's. D!'PO?i'i"S fine double glazed Rifle Powder and . Ely's English waterproof Caps for hunters at Burn - . side's. ~ - -. SHOE Findings of all descriptions at Burnside's. HIDES, Skins and Furs of all descriptions-bough...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

JtlUMSlCKER'S" IMPROVED, PREMIUM ' .-.'" €L#TI3m'MIOSIS.-rpHE SUBSCK1BERS VVrsUTO INFORMTHE X public that tfigy'.still manufictiiie the.abpvt uamfid machines and have now a lot-on hand readj for delivaryand warranted to work equal to any of the kind'ever "made. For information, in reference toiiie practical working.br these- Kullers' ive refer to the "following-gcntlemenT , ^ . ' William Fo-rstbr, ';-; Farmers' High School. . . 'RnlieH Forslbr, , .'. ""'.' ""'. ." .." E.-Zimiaer"m'iVnV'' J. Jacksonville.. ¦ '¦ ' 'J-lrriiinur-lSmith, \ -..-"" . NjUiinyHElal!.' .- • ¦ J:im'e's.'Zim'm't;fmk'ii,'7. n'uu!urs''Jur«:'-. Aii.tf"io.ahy person elsS that may. have them in use, .' Orders solicited in refeTehoe to the' Working of. our Thrashing Machines are releredtd. .-.-John i6nj;weil, •' ¦ "Nitiany .Valley, - '. J/Priilip'Gephtrt, ' ; Zionj' Daniel Durst, .' "" "'¦ .-* 'Old Fort, , John Wagner, '' Harris'township'. ¦ .David'Stamm, Loop We also manufacture tho Pcirpaiiit's patent SHAKER'tj'"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

. .Fail's I F.ur§ I ' THE subscriber is now purchasing, at the highest cash prices; every variety of furs, for the manufacture of.-.-'¦ "--''.¦.-¦ VIClORIiVES, MUFFS, TIPPETS, COt-3LAKS. GiOVES, &c. He is also prepared to furnish, at wholesale prices, all articles of - ; FFRE GOOS>,«i And haying been in the business for mauy 3rears, and being connected with seme of the best wholer sa'e manufacturing houses of Wow York and Philadelphia, he has the advantage of befog able to fuinish coods which are cheap, fashionable, bcautifiiland durable. ' G.M.KEPLER, Pine Grove Mills, Centre Co., Pa September I0; 1838—tf. -.. ¦ - • Mew Stage Miae FROM BELLEFOKTE TO PUNK GROVE, BV WAY OF THE FAllMEns' II1CI1 SCHOOI.. THE subscribers respectfully inform the public that they have placed a two.horse coach on ihis route; and will carry passengers to and from the Farmers' High School, Pine Grove and all the intermediate points at ctieap raws. This stage will run three times a weefci l...

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