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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

T. F. KOALICe I J ESPECTFULLY informs the pubHrf,-1) aid his old friends and costumers, t.'int ho has just opc'icd one of the largest slocks of Boots nnd Shoes eve." presented to the people of Centre county. His stoc.'r was selected by himself, and liu is confident, from his knowledge and his praclicn! experience in the trade, t.^at it cannot be cxccllui for quality and price, nor win' 't fail to meet the wants of the public generally, and .'lis cosmmers particularly. The stock embraces a largO taricly for gentleman's wear, among which are Flue French Caf Boots. Do t>o Gaiter's, Da . Dor Monroes. wilh'an assortment of nil kind's, suitable for dress' and common every day use.-f>A5>I.SS SM3JES & Gaiters,-ofthe latest style,suitable lor the season, aud every quality. The'attention of the ladies is particularly invited lo this ptr.'t ofthe stock, as it iu composed of the best articles, arid will be sold at prices for be low any oiii"r estaotishihent ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

Time is Money AND VERY LITTLE MONEY WILL BUY GOOD TIME AT Win.-J. STIWE'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

CHEAP CLOCK, WATCH AND JEWELRY STORrE. Bellefunle, Centre Ctru'Wy, Pa. . Having just returned from the ea'sf, (he undersigned is now readv with a large slock nf <^^ss^> CLOCKS & WATCHES, Jllijilb JEWELRY, and an excellent assorlmerit'of Fancy Articles of all Kinds and Qualities.' SILVER WARE, 6lV Notwithstanding the "panics his stock is fully as large and complete as ever, and as his goods a'ro selected with great care from the manufacturers of the eastern cities, of the latest styles, he feels con-" fidant of giving satisfaction to all, His stoek consists of fine Gold and Silver open' lace and hunter case rull jeweled English patent and detached Lever Watches;—also Lepines mil Quarliers- Jewelry of every "style which can bo found in a good Jewelry Store, and Fancy Articles of every description. He has also jsa-Si^SS., SPECTACLES, a good assost.""^^S& ment, always on hand, to suit allages. Also Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Pistols, &c. 8Cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

BOOTS, SHOES AND. HATS A.T BUHKSIBS'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TF YOU WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTMENT -L Of Cheap boots and shoes, go to Bumside's. WATER PROOF BOOTS atBurnside's LET ALL the people call and examine the boota and shes al Bilfside'd, before purchasing elsewhere A SAVING of. 23 p6r cciit by buying your boots and shoes at BurliSUie's. A JLIBKRAL deduction made to those who Wty to sell again. 30 DIFFERENT kinds of ladies shirts afBurnside's; CITY made boois aria1 shoes, at prices' to suit tie liriies at Bumside's THIS largest stock ot9 boots and shoes eveVbrbught to Bellefonte, at Bufhside's. AT Burilslde'a Cheap Boot and Shoe stose we stu'd£ to please I/EVTIilCR of all deocriplions at Burr/side's. DUPONT'S fine double glazed Rifle Powder and Ely's English waterproof Caps for hunters/at Burnside's. SHOE Findings df all descriptions at Bumside's. HIDES, Skins arid Fllf'S of all descriptions boulgh at Bumside's*.-sept. 17. 1858 . -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

WM. & TRIPPLE iSiRCBAli TAILOR. fl. 12. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Bellefonte and vitiinity, that he has j' ost returned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of tfALL AND WINTER GOOD'S, which he is now opening at his old stand one door east of the Post Office. His stock consists in part of Black; Blue arid Brown French C!6ihs, Silk miied Coating, Cashmere and While-Duck for COATS; Black Doeskin and Fancy Summer. Cassimefes. and Lifis'h Drill, for PANTS; Black Satin. Figured Silks, and White snd. Figured Mar. ' . . . saiells for V&ST1NGS, which he will make up to order in styles to suit the taste of customers, on short, itqiice, and on the most reasonable terms. Goods ftirni.shcd by cue* tomers will be made up td o'ftfSr' as lieretofore. As he will employ iione btlt cxperienc,ed workmen, persons rriay rely dri gellinr» their wori well done at lis shop. fcT Thankful for the patfon?ige heretofore bessowed, he respect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

NEWGOODSr DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES E. Ci HUIBUBS ^ 1SROTHKK,, HAVE just received a large rrfcockfif^ Of Dry Goods, Clothing anti'Groc- /1P§B cries, wbic'h' they are now opening at their dlii „.aud The ero'c'K consists in part of LADIES FANCY I>Rl2sS GOODS, cOrripoSfc'3 of DeLaincs and Calicoes^, Ginghams ahd'AYpacas, Marine Plaids and'French Merino, DevitteG.'bihs, arid other choice articles of Ladies wear. CLOTHS AM)"CASHLESS iri endless variety, and'at prices to suit cusieinerSv GROCER I F.SA'ND QUEENSWARE. A full and and well selected stock of.tHese articles' have just been oper.Sd, which they offer to the public at the most renitoa'nble prices: * ¦ ¦ Bellefonte. Oct'. 22,1858: tf.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

NEW FANCY GOODS MRS.- ^©W'RBECK HAS just received from Philadelphia g weN selected stock of _ FANCY DRESS GOODS; which she oilers to her Iriends and the public at the .modi reasonable prices. The store is located in the building formerly known as ilie I emperance Hotel, where she will bo happy to see and ac-ommo'date her frici.Js. 5KTA young lady of experience has been employ e'1 o0 iilt"en 'Vl,e obus';'icss ofthe establishiueat: .Bpllefonte. NovgS g. .-,.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

,. llu-aaway. T> AN AWAY from the subscriber on the J_V riisi day ol'November last, Catherii:eS';hrefP | er, an iiui ntu-ii uui...stlc.' All= persons re forharbuiing ir trusting her on irfy accouna J C. i ShS. ISAA/JMAT

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

nissosMtt&u T e frm of Fearoo A G .Conua- tor.*, has t. I , I dissolved b, mm at -»n.e. t, and the »,-¦ I s ed b»» withdrawn ron. tnr am.. The .... 4 c.i the said firin w.l. be --ettl.d up bv the » - *,«!¦> •* members o"t!i- firm *ho Pre a-iihonzeu.o * l"- all claims and have cmc-p- d -' P"?aI1'-e d- Sro.a n!'5««"Vf",i,,P rt"c PB WILSON-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

" J%&Zi€€* There will he an election held at .he office of >lv Tyrone & Clearfield R-iilroa.i Company in Pnilti* SuVgon Monday, January 10th IS**!, between I, S ofl and 4 P. M., for s prouder,! and twclv DirectorMo .me.br the,:n,u,,^ar, TER_ December 31, 1858, ,. Secretary. d&M&ttOF'-S dY&Z' eCC* THE Undersigned Auditor' appointee bv the Orphan's Coutt of Centre county to scitb Heaccount of the Executors of .he las. «•¦¦«»< Tes.arncnt of Kei.jun.in Bitner deceased, her.. ;j gives notice lhai he will attend to the dui.es ol lit-Ipnoiatment. on fetn.dny tho Sind day of Jatmar , eit. at his office in Reilefoi.te.whenand where al interested may attend. W.J. KkALS.;!, Dee. 24. '5». A"'"'"'' S^iist ftoUee. T: F undersigns lh^f1-- -""«"- '•'• persons in debted to him either for Subscription, -j dvei tiai.gcrJob -Work; that all accou.us unpad an.-the n,s' of December next will be left with an on, cer r-r collection. All, therefor*,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

Howard Association PHI"LA»E£iP!aiA. A Benevolent Institution established by special Endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the awful destruction of human life caused by Sex sal diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon tinunfortunate victims of such diseases by Qua, ks, sev eral yeirs ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of their name, t« oi«n a Dispensary lor the treatment of this clas* «: diseases, in all their forms, and to give MED1CA! AOV1CK Oil WIS lo nil who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation habits of Ire,-to.) and in case of extreme pn-.tnv. n-. FURNIN1I MKDICN1ES FREE OF CHAR.SI' It is needlesa to add ih.-u the Association commands the highest Medical skill ofthe. age.and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The -Director* of il.e Association in.their Annual Report upon the treatment of sexual ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

BELLEFONTE LIVERY, THE PUBLKJ is respeotfollv informed that the undersigned has tilled ap an extensive livery in tha boroigh ol li«ll<;fonle, corai)os*"d of ihe best livery stock in Centra! Tennsyli-aub.aiid he feels assntcd that hecan confi-leatly claim a large share of patronage. The hnrncs stuched-to these stables are g. -!i,ilo and fast, and can be driven '.villi the uliaon saletv. The slock of vthicles composes almost every va riety, from the comfortabli family carriage to ligh and easy riding sulkies. CAREFUL, EXPERIENCED ASD SOBER DRIVERS can always be employed. Horses and carriages i'urnished »t any hour ofthe day or night, if application be made to the under signed, who cm--always he lound either at thftCon rad House, or at his stables on the lot attached to the Temperance Hotel, immediately rear of Hishop street. Bellefonte. Oct. 15. '53 —tf. M. RUNKEL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

lYcsa. 5»«*<m"«'sj SEAT TED DASHER CUURXJ PATENTED MAY" 11. IMS. THE economy si.d usefulness of this Churn nan been ucku.iwltr.lged by ev*ry fanner who has httd them in use on his prvmfeea and «<» popular have they beeo.ne in ail ihe tsMvtn couitiea of Pennsylvania, that they now supercede all the old machinery lor this purpose. The principal l^attire of the D-sher Churn ie the advant.igf which it posicsses of making snore uuitc-routof ihexamcainouiit of cream than any ether churn, and also Icaring the milk perfectly clean from curd or butter, and gathering the bnltc-r in four sol.d roils, pel leetly clear of milk. It performs it» work in one half the time occupied by the common churn, which is a saving of great imporlam« hi Uicdairy. The agent for these machines i% now in Belle fonte, prepared to dispose ol State, County, or Township Rights. By applying at this office, or the "Conrad ilouse, purchasers can examine th™ Churn, and receive allsa'isf.iciory information....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

wm. Brown's Model Washisss Machine. PATENTED JULY 20,1658. T 1I3 WASHING MACEINK is claimed to be superior to all oiliers, because of the ease and faciliiy with which it washes clothes, and is the only machine that has ever been patented which performed the-rvork equal lo the human hands. Itis so adapted by springs as lo be enabled to wash the finest lace and roughest sheeting, and does this loo without soiling or tearing tha one. or in the least, si ghtiag the oiler. It can be worked almoi-t by a child, who, after becoming acquainted with the machine, is able to do the work ol' an adult. The agent is now in Bellefonle, prepared to sell f tate. County, or Township Rights. Kor particulars apply ai ihe Conrad House, or at this oflice LEWIS A. N0EV10CK. Eollcfonte, Jan. 14,1859. HATS and CAPS, a good variety fJt mens' and boys' weir, for safe at CHA& MeEBIDE-g.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

isi-m iYjijVAV?A'JS. £?.& JU&iS fcH'S NEW ENGLAND SETTLKMHl'. RARE OPPORTUNITY—TO-ALL WANTING larms—in a liealy place, twenty-five miles from t'iii|.-lcli,hia,,OK the. Camden and Atlantic railroad S.I-.W "ors"y\ An-old estate hasrecently been open cd for rj'.e, »nd the firat division of 10.000 acres di vided up into farms ol (v,'en,y acres and upwards.— The soil is nf the bc^t quality lor the pi.i.li-.etinn ol fruits, grains, &c. The price is $15 to *20 per acre, payable in easjqaaner yearly inssa menu, within a term of Tour years, with intcrcSL. The terms arc made easy, in order to insure ihe rapid imprtnemect ..f the iandrby enabling every industrious man Io" buy a farm. It is now being extensively impuived •>' go<'d ro.id. -i, and s.-me of the best cliizeus from \ew England, and the Middle States arc erecting urge improvenie'nts It U a scene ol the grcalen muro-vcmeiil out of Philidelpb'm Scventi-liie .[looses have been built in four mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

* iC * ** *-* GIFTS GIFTS! GIFTS!! SIsi.3.*:*'£yII* Uiii'Tiil' -. Al439 Uf-finiit Atrert — 'ifamily Oiylnul Gift Buoli Slure. &G. EVANS would respectfully inform hie • friends and the public that Ins Scir ('.ill Book Sloru and Publishing House is pr riu.i.eiiiiy esi.ib liei:ed iu i*rown'« s;ileii,iid Iron Builtiiug. -i"ittClK-*iinn sued, t-*o .Iiwrs heio»v I-'ii'ili. wiu'ie |in: p„r chaser of tach book at the regular retail price, will rccc.ve onu ol'tue following ""its. valued at from 35 c:s. to sjlbti. ¦worth. 550 Patent English; Leter Gold Wafhes, J1C0 00 ea, h 5fi0 Palenl Anchor do do SO 00 4i.;0 Ladies'Gold Watches. IKc. cases.ilj U0 600 Silver Hauling Watches, w<rral'd 15 00 5jo pari.-.r Tmic nieces, 1" 00 5i)0 Cani.o sets, Ear D.-ops and Pius, 10 W) b'Jti Lidita(iold Hracelfcis. o 00 lo 'li 00 5,10 Gems' Vest and lob Chains, 10 00 10 ;0 Gold Lockets, domic case, 100 00 lOOOGold Pencil Caocs with gold pens, 5 00 . - 1000 Extra Gold pens, wilh Holders, 1 50 •ia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

EXCELSIOR SHAVi m a £ A.& O 0N. Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa A PROCLAMATION! rrO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRE5 IKTS JL MAY COME—I.MESSlCKGKWIAM.lruiid Sultan of all the BarlK-rs of the Keystone State, do hereby proclaim and make known to ALL People that lh.ne fined up my PALACE in the rieates manner for the-reenption ol'my loyal subjects, where I will be. at all times ready to give them a nulling reception,and completely divest their physiognomy of nature's unseemly pioductions. AND r'UUTHEU. as the times are getting good and the Banks making specie payments, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my 'subjects WITNESS my Kr and the Great Seal ofmy RAZOR AND SCISSORS, at the PA LACE, in the year of Blue Beards. 1855. MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, GEMTEEL SUAV'ER, Secretary Oct 3, 1855.—ly 23

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

wanted. One Thoussaad Tons of Old Metal, 'pHE subscribers are purchasing, and will'pay X the highest price for old .Metal, and are re-tdj-I" receive any quantity altheir t'ouudiy, on Spring Creek, near Bjlieibutc. J. D. HARRIS ,f CO. Jen 14,'»?.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

Tiiti v.Ufti>fc.i. OF THE •n.dSSl AMSIliC^ hb» | rfr*3 -= f*3 ^ SH" AMI ' pal B t: wMim © <£ © «2 mm * ® Sd -^ *?*mffW — rad r*5**1 tL *^S"1 -" BMI ¦"i rP" *-* ^""J 2 ?3 C0 ** a' sm _ - -^ ra " ,=->s. «' r^ <*** • Js&tes'^. " ftsi S ^ flSSKf f i&i ' w Shs "^Jorid is 02S^.X«Xt"S2y SS3 to f'RODI.'CE ITS EQUAL for durability, simplicity, cheapness of consi'iicnon. and ease Willi which 1 can be kept in motion, and the PRICE ONLY $12 At the New York Slate Kair, held at Buflalo, on i; 6th. 7th'. Sth and 9th of October \&u,, the Young A.nericu was awarded the FiKbT I »ll." Any amount of testimony might be given in be hill m tins machine, but it is eniiiely unnecessary as it docs not fail to recommend itself to all who .vi'ness its operation. SS-Parmcrs and others, de-irons of purchasing a convenient machine, should fust, examine iiiftYounj America before buving any oilier shelter. For sabonly: b>: ' .J.G. KURTZ. Oct 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

¦ Z^*£2L'ZS2.^iU LSicsSLis, 00IKTO YOUt.OWJS' -IA'TERESTS T HAVE foi sale almost all kinds of Fannin-1. Utensils, and will soil them as cheap as they an.: be had any place, in the country, or I wi.. sell at Phil ulcl.hia pricea, freight added. They arc a.-follows:— Ailen's Improved Mower ami Reaper, Atkin's celebrated sell-raker Reaper_ and Mower, Manny's improved combined Reaper and Mower, Kelchnrn"*'ilo'.v- er and Reaper. Corn-Sheller;* o1 iii' ferent kinds, Straw, Uuy anclFodtler Cullers froin il to S40, Mills for griiiditt'iChop, fc.ars Coin. &c, Circular Saw - Mills, Cloverseed Gatherer, Ploughs of allbinds, ivlicli. Double and Subsoil, Cnllivab.ia of " nirist all kinds, •¦ Grain Drills ' of di tie rent kinds and prices, Improved Steam Boilers for steaming food for Ctt'ti!e»*Barn Door Rollers, Hay Makers, Horse Hay KaWes,- £e. Tim iilsirauthiiri-tft'il to;scll Farminj- Itienmlffor W. T. rlover A t?ro , makers of Farming Implcmen's, I'liilidelpliia; I'asehall, Morn...

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