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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

Ob" THE BELLEFONTE LIVERY, THK PUBLIC is respectfully informed that the undersigned has lilted up an extensive livery in the borough of Bellefoute, composed of the besi livery stork in Central Pennsylvania, and he feels assured that lie can confidently claim a large shire of patronage '1 lie horses attached to these stables arc gcmle and last, and can be driven wilh the ulmonsaiety. The stock of vehicles composes almost evr-ry va riety, from the comfortable family carriage lo light and easy riding sulkies. - - CAKEFUJv, EXPERIENCED AND S0-BEKDBIVERS can always be employed. Horses and earriases furnished at any hour of the day or iiiuht, if application be made 10 ihe under signed, who enn always be found either at the Conrad House, or at the old slage stables, on ¦ Bisj10p sffcel ¦ Bellefoate. Feb. 18. '59 — tf. M; R1TNKF.L "7~ FBE8H ARRIVAL - - OF FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS, G&O SERIES & HAxmWAXUB. TffE suiisrriber has just received from Philadelphia and New Vork a larg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

NEW S389S, D. LEYDEN & CO HAVING refitted and enhrged the old established storeroom in Allegheny str'et, opposite the Conrad (louse. Bellefonte, respectfully invite their friends and the public to examine their Iriends and the public to examine their large and extensive stork of ' DRY GOODS. OKOCERfKS, QUKENSVVARE, HARDWARE, FtSH -.iiitf SALL. Very particular attention is invited to their large and extensive selection of new siyle Ladies' Dress Goods, consisting ol Ue Lalnes, Merinos, Thibit Cloths, Cashmeres, Plaids. &c &c. Also a l.irsc and general assortment of Cloths Cassimcrs. S.iuincfts, Jeans. Muslins. Cinohams. Chinigcs, Flannel-*. Arc. SUI'KRIOR PHILADELPHIA GROCERIES of all kinds. Tho above goods arc offeted 10 the public at the verv lowest Cash Prices. - Bellefonte. Jan. 7th 1759.. GlliFVEU & BAKER'S CF.LKUKA I'EU EAM1LY SEWING MACHINES 495 BUOaDWaY, NEW YOllK. A SEW STTLE.—Price $50. This machine sews from two spools, as purchased ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

*»«> -HrgwT,f t»myi-- -^-"^'-. Kep>s>a-t O.F -T, !E A•'»' i'( RS 6;-' CKN ITE "COUNTY. . ..*;,.-:; ,.i. R'iHE YlCAK-l>i8. Isaarr^uffinm, • , Ks, ., Treasurer in no •mint with Centre Co,, ly irt>m January ?ib. It Si. to Jaaaavv 7th, lti. •). 1859. DR. " Jan.? I'o an't received from Co. Collector- imd oiher soitrcosi, $25379 60 " To. balancfrdoo Tr'easu.er» 4110 85 639489 65 CR. /in 6 By am't 6f Comtnist loner's orders , - lif>el §28,455 25 ** Bv Treasurer's Commission on S50.403 0(S 1,024 60 "By allowance for Statiooesy ar.d Po»t« ago 10 00 S29.4S9 65 Balance due Tieasuref 7,110 25 Th.-)=. M'Coy. E?q , Il-gh Sheriff, in account with Centre co urtj. from January 7th, 1358, ¦ to Jan. 7th, 1859. - - - DR. Jan. 7 To am't of Jury fees and fines, §C6I 12 CK. ' By am't of Jury fees and lines collected $125 06 " By am't of Jury fees and fines uncollected ^ 535 06 661 12 We. the undersigned. Auditor? ff Centre. Coinly, having examined the accounts o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

DRUB & CHEMICAL STORE. F. P. GREEN. .. HAYING refitted and replen-tfjpfc isbed1 ihe oW established Drug ^BT^ and Chemical Store,, in Bellefonte, wilh JEnB a new and large assortment of ' ¦ 3S^J^ DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY AND TOILET ARTICLES, Respectfully invites a co-nlirn moe ol the p.itronago which has heretofore acknowledged this establish.-m'enf'as'oneof-lhe bcst'in the country.' 'Tho '. Drugs and Medicines. are all selected from the best importing houseeia rheeaitern market, with the gn-alest care as tu purity and efficiency and avoiding as much as posi- . ble the introduction of deletereouc nostrums.: . Special care is also taken to keep constantly oa hand every variety of Paints and Chemicals suitable to the trade and marftct nf'thi* vicinity. FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Cutlery of all descriptions, and the num. rous artr« cles generally kept in a well conducted establishmem. Jan. 28. US J. Farmers & Stock Growers* CTJMMINGS' CELEBRATED FEED CUT TEH, For cutt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

Old Established Drug tore, . - BELLEFONTE, PA. t THEjjndefsigred respectfully ihforn their friends, and the public generally that they have purchased the Drug an. Chemical Store lately owned by Rev. A Brittain, and known as the 'Bellefonte JHspeltsarjr," . in BroTccrhoff's Rowt 2 doors South of the P'enn'n .Hotel, and nearly opposite the Conrad- House, where they have on hand a large assoriment, anr will be regularly receiving fresh Supplies of care fully selected-Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals. Surgical and Den tax Instruments', Oils, Paints, VanmheSf Dye-Stuffs, Window-Glass, Brushes, ' Combs, Stationary, Fancy Ar*i- . cles, Spices, Perfumery, fyc. Ail the PATENT. M.ED1CIN KS of THE DAY Pine Oil, Lard and Fluid Lamps, of every description ; fresh Pine Oil and Burning Fluid always on hand. Also Lamp Globes. PtJRE WINES AND LIQUORS, for Medicinal purposes. The j will also keep constantly on hand the best llavanim and Principe CIGARS, with a complete assortment of Chewing and Smoking ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

ioward Association, PHILADELPHIA. I Benevolent Institution establishes ly special Endowment, foy the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, offlitted with Viridentimd - , Epidemic Diseases. - rIE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in vlewio! the awful destruction of human life caused by Sex ual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate vietims of such diseases by Quarks, several years ago directed I heir Consulting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy. Of their nurne, to opon a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of Jiseases, in all their forms, and to give MKDIGAL • VDVICE GRATIS to all who apply by lertor. with a description of their condition, (ago, occupation, habits nr)i!C,4e.) and in case ofctireme poveriy.to FURNISH MEDICINES FREE OF CHARGE. It is needless to add thai the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age,and will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association, in their Annual R.eport upon the treatment of Sexua...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

BELLEFONTE LIVERY ., \ r' >THE PUBLIC is respectfully informed that the undersigned has filled up an extensive livery in the borough of Bellefonte, composed of the best livery stock in Central Pennsylvania, and he feels assured that he can confidently claim a large share of patronage. The horses attached to those stables are gentle and fast, and can be driven wilh the utmost safety. The stock of vehicles composes almost'every va riety, from the comfortable family carriage to ligh and easy riding sulkies. • - CAREFUL^ EXPERIENCED AND SOBER DRIVERS can always be employed. Horses and carriages furnished at any hour of the day or night, if application be made to the under signed, who can always be found either at the Con rad House, or at his stables on the lot attached to the Temperance Hotel, immediately rear of Bishop street. Bellefonte. Oct. 15. '58 —tf. M. RUNKEL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

t| rj ,, „ Sl *<£&m' >rs milrottce* Letters of Administration have been granted to the subscriber on ihe estate of Jacob Fisheri late of Centre county, deed. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate, will please make immediate payment, and those having claims will present them duly authenticated for.settlement. ANTHONY GRIMES, Miles tp , Dec. 31, '58. Administrator C rt-i Q wanted. One Thousand Tons of Old Metal. rPHE.subscribers are purchasing, and will pay -L the highest price for old Metal, and are ready ti receive any quantity a (their Foundry, on Sprin» Creek, near Bsilel'oi.lo. ° J. D. HARRIS * CO. Jim 14. '69. , 01 j JOHN MITCHELL. J»I. MK Office on Spring Street, just above Bishop Street BELLEFONTE, CENTRE CO.j PA., Offers his professional services to his old Trie j [. nd the public* . Oct. 15,'58-t •. '

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

THE WONDER OF THE TIMES J AMJEtiiiCA . .£) » ,; .-BM^ P P i' The World is CHALLENGED to PRODUCE ITS EQUAL for durability, simplicity, cheapness of construction, and case with which il can be kept in motion, and the PRICE ONLY |12 At the New York Slate Fair, held at Buffalo, on the 6th, 7ih, 8ih and 9lh of October 1857, the Young America was awarded the ifTUST IMiJE JUIUA1. Any amount of testimony might be given in be half of this machine,-but it is entirely unnecessary, as it does not fail- to recommend ilself to all who witness its operation. OCrFarmers and others, desirous of purchasing a convenient machine, should first examine the Young America beforebuying any other sheller. For saltonly by J-.G. KURTZ, Oct. I. 1858. Bellefonte, Pa, rnr-awjjT. ^n".' "i ¦MEg^M n — H m*~^^r ^ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

C(.CI MO Ul I TViV Ifc'TEJif-TS I HAVE foi sale almost all kinds of Farming Utensils, and will sell them nschcap aslliey anc be had any place in the country, or I wil", sell at Philadelphia prices, freight added. They are as follows:— - ^-.i '¦ Allen's Improved Mower and Reaper, Atkin's celebrated sell-raker Reaper and Mower, Manny's improved combined Reaper and Mower, Ketchum's Mower and. Reaper, Corn-Shellersof dif« fcrent kinds. Straw, Hay and Fodder Cullers from S7 to S40, ' Mills.forgrJndingCbop, Ears Corn. &c, Circular Saw* Mills, CJoverseed Gatherer, Ploughs of all kinds, Mich. Double and Sabsoil, CnllivaK-rs of. most ail fcm&ls, Grain Drills . of different kinds and prices, Improved Sleam Rollers for steaming food for Cattle, Barn Door Rollers, Hay Makers; Horse Hay ¦ Rakes, Sfe. [¦am also authorized to sell Farming Ulensils for W. 'J', Boyer & Bro,, makers of Farming Implements, Philadelphia; Paschall, Morris & Co., wholesale and retailde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

IMLM'S BANK NOTE REPORT . - . PUIil.-lSIIKD WEEKLY • AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. THE necessity that exists fur more freqnen intelligence for genein! security, regarding Banks and Counterfeit Bank Notes, haa long been evident,.acd E« "er more so than at the present moment, The ir -crest of the community sutlers by delay, ansil fn their own protection requires prompt early and frequent information of a reliable chara'e ler. This deficiency will now be supplied. Itmust also be admitted that Bank Nolo Detertors are in the hands, too frequently, either of persons entirely unacquainted with the Bank Note business, or who are immersed in other pursuits to an extent that a settled indifference lo tbe wants, expectations, and necessities of the community becomes the stereotype character of the publications. This trespass upon puWrc conMencc will tre remedied by issuing a Weekly Bank Note Reporter, with advantages thai most command pnrversal attention. The Bank NoteReportcrwill be corrected...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

/ A CAMS© frosja Py. James /M. Jarrett. of the N LW YORK LUNG / INFIRMARY.—My connection for the past eight I years wilh the above Institution, as Chief Phrsi I cian, and a twelve years" course ol steady devotion . -> the cure of Pulmonary Consumption and its kinfred diseases, together with my unrivalled opportu lities and advantages of pathological research—nided not a litfle by a perfect system of Medi a, inhalation—has enabled me to arrive at a decisive •firect, and successful course of treatment for tl,p positive and radihdl curs of all the diseases of the Throat, Lungs, and Air-Passages. By Inhalation, the vapor and curative'properties of medicines arc directly addressed.to the-oiseased organs and the integument. I do not advise the us'fc Of Medical Inhalation of any kind, to. the exclusion of general treatment; and although I consider it a useful adjuvant in the proper management of those fearful and often fatal diseases, yet I deem it very nBcfessary that each patien...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

"Old Dominion." TSic Old Dominion Coffee Pot HAS B2C0S2 .1 E6tfS£ff6LD -WOEi. The Old Domkion (Mee Pot HAKES A BEVERAGE DELICIOUS AS HECTAE. TSie Old Dominion (Wee Pot TAKES LESS COEEEE THAIT AHT OTEES. Tho Old Dominion Coffee Pot HAKES BETTER COFFEE THAN AHY OTHEE. TSio OM Dominion Cofiee Pot KWES FAILS TO DC ITS ¦ffOEK EIGHT. The Old Dominion Cofee Pot GIVES A- HEALTHY EEVEBAG& Toe OM IMinion Coffee Pot K A FEiEITO TO DYSPEPTICS", l^e Old Dominion Gofee Pot HAKES HUSBANDS HAPPY. The OM Dominion Coffeepot " HAKES."WIVES ^ GOOD-NATURED. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot 13 THE COOK'S DELIGHT. The ©M -Dominion'Coffee Pot SENDS'SMILES SO THE BEEAKFAST-TABLE. The Old Dominion Cofee Pot = PEEVENTS HATEHipNIAl DISCOEDS. q The ©Ii BoniMon Coffee Pot GIVES tee ABAKAN BEEEY in PERFECTION. The Old Dominion Cofee Pot IS BASED ON5 SCIENCE AND.C0H5J0N SENSE. Thefld Dominion CeffeeTot ISUSED BY ALL GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS. The Old Dominion1offee Pot 28 HANUEACTUEED UNDEE THE PATENT FOfi THE ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

SETHI, IEI1I1 EMIT 117 & 119 South Tenth St. PHIIiAEMEEJPHiA. . e _;SSS~ For safe by Dealers in Housefceepuii* Articles, and Storekeepers generally.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

¦rue "Broadway Onmiks," THE GREATEST VAi'KR QFTHK AUK! Abeautifully Illustrated Honihli/ sheet, and 'aPapeili<it°saPape,.-. A budget of Wit, Humor, Facts, and Scenes drawn from life—"Here youar' e. right away, right away, right away, Broadway, Broadway, right up' .'' Only Kilty Cents—jump iu and take a ride. Oni-e seated in our'*0«<tic(rs." we will endeavor to both amuse and instruct ynu. and give you, in the course of the year, at least fifty tents' w.orth of Fun rind useful information. We will show you up Broadway, down the old Bowery, through Chatham and the other principal streets, giving you ample lime to see tbe Klephant and get a good peep at ihe Peter Funks, Confidence Operators. &C.&C, We will show yon- the city by the day light. By gas light, by moon light, by candle light, by star light, and will drive'the "OMNinus" lo some pans of the cily where there is 710light'. We will endeavor to post you on all the iricks and traps of the great me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

HOUGH ~& KEADY GSEH SKEIiZti&B DANIEL DERR rcppectfully informs the farmers and thr) public generally, that the time is now at hand for gelling onC of the celebrated Rough and Ready Hand and Horse power Corn Shellers, which is one ofthe best-now in use mann facturad and sold by the undersigned All kinds of gra n taken in payment at market prices Cash wil not be refused. Bellefonte.Oct.22. '5S. DANIEL DERR. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

Scrofula, or King's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the 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 "What--ever be its Origin, it is hereditary in the constitution, descending " from parents to children •unto the third and fourth 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 comittenec by deposition frdm the" blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on the surface, eruption...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

C. H. HA&IL ATTORNEY AT LA VV, Bellefonte, Centre county, Pa. Office in Allcgl eny Street, in the buil .11" occuried by James T.lUlc.—He respectfully ,ffers hisr.ro. fessional servic< s to the poor Ic of Cc ,tro couim. : November 'A, h 1358..—Iy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

THE LIVER JNVIGORATOR PREPARED BY DB.-SAATWU). Compounded. Entirely../torn. GUAlff TS one of the host Piirgati'yc arid Mvr-r Medi'ci',.. X now before the public, and nris nun Co-Ian''' easier, milder and more'eft' ectua I than any nthri medicine known. It is not.only a Cailmni,. h,,i Liver remedy, acting fi/st on tlfe.l.iver 10 ejeci ii. morbid mailer, thus aceo'mplishin., Iwn nu7 '', efecmally, without any Of the painful rcplim", Tt ncrienced in the operations of/most «J-.thariirr It strengthens the system a.t.tlie Mrne tit|)(, ' c .' purses it. and when inkr-n daily i„ m„' aPnl'e riose" will sltenglhen and build u up. with unusual ra' The LIVER It one « „.,,,„ ,00s of the principal regn ^ i>™eU-ae„)Iaai P„ ™ lators of the numaiip—-nCnstivr-noss - body; and when i. per- Que dosp Wr, „r,rr formstts functions well^, each' me:il wj|| c„r„ the powers of the sys- Dyspepsia, tern are fully developed £, SCrOne dose of two The stomach is almosnT^ieaspooriruJIs ' will "1 entire...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 18 February 1859

A JEAUTILFU: HEAD - : 'ZS.tsvsx *2..T-'rie«e£,«5" ranvnfl wtfwsi uwu- ox tt.JXi.EL*.-^ - Liomp/ntelij Preserved . To the Greatest Age. AND.who thai is graywmld not have-it restored to former color; or bald but.wouid navs-i«&"""""' growth rcstoredj or'troubled with dandruff and itchingbuti.wouM.haveit l.cmoved.or Irnubled with scrofula, scald, head or other„eruptions but would be cured, or wilh sick' headache, (neuralgia)':but would.be cured.' It will n'tso^ remove all pim'plefroni the face and.skin.-;;Prr,f VVood's Hair re>to rative will do all 'his..,,800 circular and the follow ing- .- ' " "-: -'-"¦ " ' . ' ' ", Ann Arbor, jN' ov. 5.1S5I3. . PrpfO_J.WpoD^-5„ea«Sir:.I have -heard min said of the wonderful effeeis.of yoii'r Uiiir Resto rative, biii havingUicen so'ofteri cheated by qi[aik ery and.qu.aikmostrums, hai'r.djos, Xc.il was-dis posed t<i place your Restn.'raiive in the same cam gory with'the thousand and one. loudly trumpeted quack' remedies;un...

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