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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

FJ»ESH A SJ aivAl OF FASHIONABLE DBY GOODS, G-R05SXUSS & HARDWARE.' THE subscriber lias just received from Pbiladel phin i,ii(l New Yoik a large and well selects slockofDRY GOODSandGRGCKRlliS. which In si determined to dispose of at prices lo suit lb' imes. The lock embraces a full varie'.y of LADIES DRESS GOODS. Mniis. de. Laincs. Cobum. Dc Bege, Alpaca. Marini i'laids, French Alarino," Devitto Cloifi. Wool Dt Lains, Plaid Flannel! for .children. Sack Flannel; it all prices. Wool and.Cottoo Klannells, nil colors Djrs«. HKs of every variety and coloi LADIES PAI-TCY GOODS. Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, Collais, Gapes, - Head dresses. FALL SHAWLS & CLOTH CLOAKS of ihe lalesl sijle, and at prices £0 suit the limes illuslins, Calicos and Lawn*. Domestic and French Ginghams, and Ten-tiuartci 6'heetin?. A full" variety of CLOTHS and CASIMERS, ol'the latest style and lowest cash priofis CLOPHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. Overcoats, from 55 to §15. Satin, Velvet, Plush. and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

FRESH ARRIVAL OF DRY ©O0J5S. O-BOCSRIBS Kii.aDWAK,E. &c. &c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

TONNfiHl & STEEL HAVE just received, direct from New Vork and Philadelphia, and are now open ing, 1I1'. laraest and best selected stock of goods ever p esented 10 the people of Centre County, The st '-k coirpiises an endless variety of ifcAisaas ©muss ©®®©s9 of me latest-style, quality and prices. Also, sn as sorttngnt of £S3II2.! ^2k C^CS^Cl^IS^s, composed of Cloths. Casiiiiers. i^atinclis, &c &c. &¦> Ijilll '1 he stock of ready made clolhing is such aqi'ias snil all tastes, and at prices lower than can w pvnohnsed (Isewhere. Particular attention is requested 10 the amount of HARDWARE new offered tor sale, and the trade will find it to their interest to examine this stock before purchasing elsewhere., QUEENSWARE, ' GROCERIES. FISH, SALT, &C. &C. &C. &.C. &c A Aril supply, which will be disposed of in quantities lo suit pufchasefs at prices to meet ihe times. Our old friends and the public are invited...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

DttTGOODSj-CtBrcERIES. . «_*~*-*_» FBBSH ARRIVAL. WILSON & BROTHERS ARE novj- opening an extensive assortineiil.or new and fashion-ible Dry Goods, which tbev offar 10 Ihe public at the VliRY LOWES l' t'O^niLE CASH PRICES. Ilavins entirely jboIisV.-l lie credit sysfg.-n, and being determined to do biisoi ss hereafter on a cash basis, they will be en -jIH 10 supply iheir customers and the public with the best sioek lbs eastern marketTiflbrds Puriiculai attention is invited tea lar«e selection of EmMes JDress'&oo&s Bayade-e and Fancy 0,iera Cloths, Do Begcs. and Cash.n res, t'lyck and Colored (all Wool) Delaines, PERS1 \M R" ES. miKNfMI MERINOS. FRENCH PLAIDS for Ladies and Children. LAD! '.S and CPNTS Shawls of every description, Black Siliis, S.Ik Fringes and 'Primings for Ladies .'!r'\«es. CLOTtlS,. CASIMERS, VESTISGS, SATINET'PS r-f all qualities and every varie'.y o( style. The assortment of CALICO, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, &c ca'in-'i no excelled fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

LOOK HE RE I - MOLASSES, Coffee, Sugars and Teas, of the v?rv best quality, for aale al the cheap Grocery and Provision Store.of 1 JOS. R. MUFFLT & CO. HAMS, Shoulders, Sides, dried Beef, Fish and Salt, for sale at the cheap Grocery and Provision Store of JOS. R-MUFFliY&CO. C1ANDIES, Nuts, Crackers and Cegar?,-/ of the very bess qualities, for sale, wholesale or retail, at ihe cheap Grocery and Provision Store of JOS. R. ML'FFLY & CO. B°OT8,-Shoes, Queensware, Glassware Stoneware, Crocker)ware and all "oiher wares", for sale al the cheap Grocery and Provision Store of JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO." WASHBOARDS, Umberellas, Fancy -Toys, and many other articles.riot men lioned. t"or sale J OS. U. M UFFLY & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE, THE undersigned, determined thai old fogrism shall not retard th'rj gili'wth o'f.ouV (pwrf by exacting exo'rbrlr>'ni prif.es for lots, have' laid oi'if in the east end of lbe borouufr of tJellelonSo, fr"ou£- ins on Bishop etfeEt, ri 'ieroi1 lots, which they now offer for side at rfcasona'ble prices. A plot of said lots can besee'n at the office ol'i'u.riin 0/ Bhinchard. E. & E BLANCilARD. Bp.Ilefome,Jan,21,'59. - NOTICE. T>ROPOS\I/- ->\ ill be received at the office, of the J? Tvroneand Clearfie'd Railroad, ip Philipsbursr. until Feb. 7th. next, for furnishing Fifty r.ionsani, Cross Ties for said road, to be of llemlcick, Kock Oak or While. Oik. fi'iht and a hall feet long, flat ted on two sides. Bids/or the whole ro-id or for senate sections will be reneWed ^^g ^ Philipsburs, Jan gt.'59 just Received,-! . Putnam's Patent Window Blind Rollers at tie store of' - Tonncr & Steel. I^resh Maeferel—tlalf bbls., \ bbls. and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

«?^g'-»' '•'''^a ^gaMJjuj^.^u 'a Wholesale &Heai.t. top. Boot and Siioe Sfcra. BEW.KFOKTD, CBNTRE COOKTT, PBNn'a-T. t\ ItOAUCH RESPECTFULLY" informs the publirf. and his old friends, and costumcrs, ihm 1m ns just opened one of the largest slocks cf Roots nd Shoes ever presented to ihe people of Cr-mrS lotinly. His stock was selected by himself, and ha s confident from his knowledge and his practical •Xperience in the trade, that it cannot becxcellert or quality and price, nor will it fail to met I lh« •vsmts of the public generally, and his costumrr* ¦artif.al.irly. The stock embraces a large vuricl/ ;br gentleman's wear, anions which are Fine f rcucli Caf i?oots. - Do - Do <iaiters, - Do Do Monroes, with an assortment of all kinds, suitable for droa* mil common every day use. " LABICS SHOES & Walters* •if the l.itesi sule,suitable for the season, and everfquality. The attention of the ladies is particularly nvitecf to this pari of the stock, as it is compos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

MEW T©«DM «F BOOTS, SHOES AMD HATS AS B-sraSsSSBlS'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL , TF YOU WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTMENT JL ofche-jp boots arid shoes, go In Burnside's. WATK1S. S*UOOK Bt>i>'I'S at Burnside's S.KT ALIi the people call and examine the boots and shes at Burside's, before purchasing elsewhere.. - A. SAVISitS of 85 per cent by buying your bdot* and shoes at Burnside's. A liIBKItAtidedufstio'n made to those who buy lo sell again. 30 IHFl-'JEHEST kinds of ladies shoes at Barn^ sideV; ^ CITY made- bd'ots and shoes, al prices to suii iho times at Burnside's TUB laraesi stock of boots and shoes ever broujbt to Rellefor.te, at Burnside's. AT Burnside's Cheap Boot and Shoe store we study to please I.E.VTli!''.R of all descrlplions at Burnside's. O* FONT'S fine double glazed Rifle Powder and Ely's English waterproof Caps for hunters at Burnside's. ¦ SHOE Findings of all descriptions at BurnsideV HIDJ2S, Skins arid Fiirs of all descripii:ins-boulii!i at Burnside's. Sept. 17.1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

WE S. TmPPXaS. SiffiR'CJHAWT TAlIiOB* iV. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND. - 'rWlE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens J. of fjellefonto and vicinity, that he hasjuslrwf turned from Phila'delphia with a full assortinent 0! PALL AND WINTER GOODSy . which he <is now opening .al his old stand one iieo".* eastot'lhc I'oslOiiice. His stock consists in part of Black, Blue arid .'Brown French Cloihs, Sil* mixed Coating, Cashmere and White Du'elS *a.* COATS; Blai-k Doeskin arid Fancy Si,'!!,-nief Cassimefes. and Linen Drill, IVr PANTS; Black Satiir. Figured Silk*. and While snd Fisurcd Mar. s.iiells for VKSTlSGS. whieh he will make up to order in sljles 10 suit tha taste of customers, on short notice, and on tho most reasonable terms. Goods furnished by cu*- tomers will be made up to order as heretofore. As he will employ none but experienced workmen, person's may rely on gelling their wis well done at Yi3 shop. 5tCp Thankful to* the patronage heretofore bessowed, he respectfully...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

NEW. GOODS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES.-E. €. BOTES & BaOTUBBTf HAVE just received a large stqek^S@j/ of Dry Goods, Clothing and Grno- ^^ft tiries, which>hey are now opening at their old sunit I he slock consists in part of 1.AU1KS FANCY DRESS GOODfcJ cotriposed ofDeLaines and Calicoes, Ginghams and Alpacas, Marine Plaids and French ftI«rinoi' Dcvitte Cloths, and otn'er choice articles of Ladies-wear. CLOTHS AND eSS&JEAS ip '•t'diess variety, and i»! piTccs ic- suit cusioirreri. "" GKOCF.l! 11« A-r?D QUF.KN9WA RE. A fail and and v/el't scl3-rlc.(f sfcrok ol'lhese ariicles have jus! beevi opsli'ed', whieh they ofrer to the public at the most reasonable prices. BellcfoBfe. Oct. 22, 13.iS. if.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

NEW FANCY GOODS. THUS. S00KBECK HA-S just received from Philadelphia s» v/eiT selecied stock of f ANCY DKESS GOODS,-v.'h'rchshc offers to her friends and the puSlic st ihe moat reasonable prices-. The store "is located in the brjiMtng fcrmerly known as 1 he Temperance HoteL wrrereshs »ill bn happy to see and ae.ommoaure her friends. D3*A young lady of experience has been employed to attend to the busies of the establishment Bellefonte, Nov85 8. "\/TKlNS, BOYS & CilILDRrCNa ri^-S ItX aid Shoes for sale. CHAP. MrBRinK. XX? OMENS' and misses sho;-3 for saia 1! a! tUAS.McBRl.DK .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

'Ifit&soI'Ution. The firm of Fenron & Co., Contractors, lias this ¦ j been disso-ved by mutual consent, and the'un-Tsigned has withdrawn from the same. The af. irs of the said firm will be 'settled up by the remaning members ofthe firm who are authorized io collect all claims and have cn-'aged to pay all-thc debts and liabilities of said ptrliicrihip, Kov. II. 1858 p,B. WILSON J$>s®£§ee<, There will be an ele. tino held at the office of ihe Tyrone & Clearfield Railroad Company in Philipsburg on Monday, January lOih ISa'.i, between the hours of 1 ani 4 P. M., for a president and twelve Directors, to serve for the ensuing year, < CHAS, R. FOSTER, December 31, 1858, Secretary, •auditor's e/T&Uce, TOE Undersigned Auditor appointed by the Orphan's Cnntt of Centre county to settle the account of lbe Esccutors of the last Will and Testament of Rer.jamin Bitner deceased, hereby gives notice lhat he will attend to the duties of h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

JEdn&rs •tYolffie* Letters of Administration hava been granted to itio subscriber on the estate of Jacob Fisher, late of Centre county, deed. AIL persons knowing ihem-«elvM indebted to said estate, will please make immediate payment and those having clainis will present ihem duly uulbenlienied for settlement. ANTHONY GRIMES, Miles tp , Dec. 31,'5?. Administrator.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

Eoward Association, PHILADELPHIA. Ji Benevolent Institution established In/ special Endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of the JL awful destruction orhuman life caused by Sex «al diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon tiio ¦snf irtunatc victims of such discuses by Quarks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as u CHARITABLE ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, in all their lorms. and to give MEDICAL ADVICSJ GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with * description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits oflie,-t".) and in rase of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MED1CN1ES FREE OF CHARGE. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill ofthe age.and will luraish lbe most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association in their Annual Repon upon ihe treatment of Sexual Diso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

BELLEFOMTE LIVERY THE PUBLIC is respectfully iuformed that the undersigned has Sited up an extensive livery in the borough of Bellefnnie, composed ofihn best livery stock in Central Pennsylvania, and ie feels assured thi: hecm confidently claiina large *hare of patronage. The horses attached to those •tables are gemle and list, and can be driven with ¦ihe utmost safety. The slock of vehicles composes almost cverv-va .riety, from the comfortable family carriage to'ligh and easy riding-aulkies. - - CAREFUL, EXPERIENCED AND SOBER DRIVEBS ' cm always be employed. Horses and carriages furnished at any hour ofthe day or nisht, if application be made lo ihe under signed, who can always be lound either at the Con Tad House, or at his stables on lbe lot attached to llie Temperance Hotel, immediately rear of Bishop •treei. Bellefonte.Oct. 15. '53—if. M. RTJNKF.L. Waia. HSrowsa's SLATTED DASHER CHURNpatented may ii. 1S58. THE economy and usefulness of this Churn has been acknowledged b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

HAJIMSrSTT©^ 'EAWD9 NEW ENGLAND SETTLkhYlEP. R ARE OPPORTUNITY—TO ALL WANTING (arms—in a lie.il' .}- place, twenly five miles from Pllikdclphi.i, on the Camden and Atlantic railroad New Jersey. An old estate has recently been open cd for t.ile,and the first division of 10,000 acres di vided up into farms of twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is ofthe best qualify for the production of fruits, grains, &c. The price is $15 to S2Q per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instalments, within a term of four years, with inn-rest. The terms are m.idc easy, in order lo insnie the rapid improvement of the land, by enabling every industrious man to buy a farm. It is now being extensively impioved by good ro.ids, and some of the best citizens from New.England, and ihe Middle States are erecting large improvements. It is a scene ol the greatest improvement out of Philidelphia Seventy-five houses have been built in four inoniha: ¦ Practical farmers and business men from ihe lenglh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

GIFTS GIFTS! GIFTS!! • SPSiEJSTWI© GIJPTS! Al 439 Uiestnvt Street — The only Oljinal Gift Book Store. Q. G. EVANS would respeelfi.l!y inform hi-*-*• friends and the public tliat his Stir fJift Bm.k Store and Publishing House is permanen'ly est.ib lished in Brown's splendid Iron Building, 429 Chf-slntit street, two rloois below Fifth, where the pur chaser of each book at the regular retail price, will receive one of ihe follo.vin^ gifts, valued at from 25 cts. fo SIOO. worth. 530 Patent English Lever Gold Watches, S1C0 01 ea h 550 Patent Anchor do do . 5'.i 00 4»0 Ladies'Gold Watches. Ific. cases. 35 UO 6::0 Silver Hunting Watches, warrat'd 15 OJ 500 Parlor Time nieces, ]0 00 500 Carni'o seis. Ear Drops and Pins, 10 00 5U0 Ladies (i'nld Bracelets, ft 00 to li DO 500 Gems' Vest and Fob Chains. ]0 00 10J0 Gold Lockets, double case, 100 00 10J0 Gold Pencil Cases with gold pens, £> 00 101)0 Extra Gold pens, wilh Holdsrs, 1 50-2500 Ladies' Gold Pencils, 5 00 2500 Gold Pens with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

EXCELSiOa SHAVINC3- SALOON. Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa A PROCLAMATION! rpO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRE.S INTS 1 MAY COME—l.MESSICRGRAiJAM.-lrand Sullan of all the Burliers of'tlie Keystone Stale, do hereby proclaim and make known to ALL People that l'have filled up my PALACE in lbe neates mannerlorihc reception ofnry loya-f subjeids, where i will be at ail times ready to give them n nulling reception.and completely divest their p'.ysiognomy of nature's unseemly pioductions. AND FURTHER, as the limes are getting good and the Banks making specie payments, I'll "take SPECIE al par from all my subjects. WITNESS my {tj-'and ihe Great Seal of my RAZOR AND SCISSORS, alllie PALACE, in the year of Blue Beard.!. 1805. MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sullan, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary Oct 3, 1S55.—Iy 23

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

wanted Que Thousand Teas of GUI Bletal rrUIE subscrijers are purchasing, and will | ny -L "the higlie: .:• e for i>i. Metal, an 1 are re-dy t-1 receive any ;'.iai t,- ait'ie r Foundiy, on Spr.no-Citck, near B iieloi.lc. J. D. tJARrjl.S*CO. Jan ! J, '5», . . .fI

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