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

• CERTIFICATES. ' • PAIN ERADICATORI MKSSRS, GREEN & M'MEliN—• GESifTEjiEN;—:For the tast'three years; I b.-ivebcehsiibject tp,NEBRA.I.GiA of the mdst severe character—atone time confined to'my room for three months with it, and snbject to return as often as I got wet Or was in the damp-. I tried a great manv remedies for it. but found no permanent relief until I goi Rev. Geo. 1 Miles' Pain Eradicator, as pro pared by you, which has never failed to eradidaieiho ptfin, when applied. 1 also use it for Sore Throal wilh the same good effect, and know of it beta" used for Rhcumaiisni.with »ood results. I believe it tobe a good medicine for the aho-vp-aamed diseases and"no humbug, and would coidially reco rnmend it to all suffering'withcither JVencalgia or R'hcilrri.„jgm. JOHN M'CALMONT. ' Messrs. Gree.v * SI'Mren:—T have used Geo I. Miles' Pain Eradicator, prepared by 'yon; for fhJ Rheumatism in my shoulder, and found great relief I would recommend it to oilier* similarlv affbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

PRICE ONLY $12 At thr i\'W York Si;ite hair, held at Bnffilo, on the 6th. 7:h. 8th and 9ih nV October lHi>7. ihe Yotinu- A.nerica wns awarded thci'lltsT Pftk" i«i!OJ. . . . Aiit amount of testimony miaht be given in be hi!f ni'this machine, but it is entirely ttnneee-snry, as it does not foil to rcromuieud iisell' to all who TMinesi Ms operation JKJ"f*armers .mil others, tle-itnus of purchnsins a convenient maithit"', should fits! examine he Vniin» America before buying an\ oilier sheller. For sail' onivbv " J.G KI'RTZ. d,i L 1358. Bcllclcii ta. Pa1, THE WO.NDiiil OF THE TIMES! A Al B tt i C A 3 -vjb ^ « a H- mS vs . 2 < lililM 2 *¦* ** ^^^^^^^W ^ fed *^ ^ **¦ <¦¦«• * ^ * •Tfie World is OHAXXSarG-SS to PRODUCE II h KQ'JAL for durability, snnplicit}. cheapness of oonMrrciioii, and ease wilh which it tan lie kepi in mot.on.and the

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

The "'Broadway Omnibus," Til E «** F. VI KS i P \i" K »»F » H K ¦*¦<;*•.! ^ beautifully Idust-a'ed Monthly sheet, u7td a I'fpe t'l it >'s a Pipe , A bndnet of Wit, [Iiimor, Facts, and Scenes drawn from life—"Here you are right away, right away. Tight away. Brotidnay. Broadway right itjA" Only Kill} CiiitV—j'linp in and lake a ride On e scuted in our "Omnibus.'* we will endeavor to boih amuse and iustriit-t jnn.atitl"ive vmt in ihe course of the year, ai least fifiy i ems' worth al Fun and useful "infonnaticn. We will show you uij Broad way. down the old Bowery, through Chatham and the other priiiCinnl streets, giving you. ample time to see the Klei hant and get a good' peep at 'he Pe ter Funks, Confidence Operators. &r.&c. We w.ll show yon ihe city l>y the day light, by ens light, by moon liuht. by candle liaht, by star right, and will drive the "OAimbus" to some paris of the ciiy where thr re is no light'. We will endeavor to post you on all...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

/"VUM OViiUCOATS ativf PA-^'^Sy for M selaae CliAS«McBRIE£

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

FURNISHING STOREj • • AND ' Patent Shoulder Seam Shirt Manufactory AT THE OLD STAND, No. 706 CM KS r S VV S.TI3KT, PHILAD-Ai OPrOSITK TIIK WASHINGTOV.HOUSE. A. WliNCIIKSrKR will give, as heretofore, his personal supervision of tne Cutting and Manufacturing departments Orders for his celebrated stvle of Shirts. Drawers and Colars filled at the' shortest notice. Persons desiring to order Shirts, can be supplied w th the formula lor measurement, on application by mail. Constantlv on hand, a varied and select stock o Gentlemen's Furnishing goods. {KTWholesale orders supplied on liberal termr November 12in; 1858— lv. WlKCUESTJEtt & GO GE.NTLE.Vi EN'd

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

DENTAL CARD. '. H. B. I'AKKY-Suraeot. Dentist, f Late-of Lancastkr, Pa.) HAS lueared portiianijtir!yiii Kclli'f'tnfp, Centre':ounty, where he propose* practicing all Ihe variois branches of his profession in the most approved manner, and at mooerale charges. Office and resident e in the house occupied by Mrs. K. Beuner, directly opposite the residence of the late lion. Thomas Burnside CSSsia-xglo We take pleasure in lecummetiding Pr. H. B Pariiy to our friends as a ilinmngh and accom plished Dentist C. H Brksslkii, M. D., Jamks Lockk 51. D. Bellefonle. Mafrh 24. 'SS-H-lv

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

S. W. SCOTT (LATE OF THE FIRM hF WINCHESTER fc SCOTT ) GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE SHIRT SUN'S FACTORY 814 Chestnut St-tet. {Nearly Opposite Girard fhu.te.) I'hilade'phi'i. •^J. \V. SCOTT wou'd respect fully call the attention of his former patrons and friends to his new •Store, and is prepared to fill orders for SHIKIS ai short notice. A perfect fit guaranteed. CouNTRV I'radk supplied will, Fink dirts and Collars. November I2!h, 1858—ly. . ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

PLEASANT GAP HOTEL J. G. XiARXaZSR. Prop PLKASANT G \P, CENTKE CO., PENN'A. I^HIS H'ltel is pleaPitntly locatpr], on tlie Bellefonte and Lewisiown Thrnnike. and has ample accommodations for strangers and travellers THK BAH is always supplied with the i-hnic esi alid best variely of liquors which the market af lords.—To the house, there is attached commndi otis antl excellent stabling O-1.1,1S58. LAW PARTNERSHIP. ANDREW G. CURTIN. EDMUND BLANCHAUD r|^HK timiersia-.ied haviiijr Hssociatetllhera-I selves in the practice of Law, will faithully tiltend to all professional bnssine-s enrusted to tlieir care in Centre, Clearfield and Clinton counties. All fiollentioris placed in llieir bancs, will receive their prompt attention. Office in the new Collage Building, on Al legheuy street. CURTIN & BLANCHAIW. Dec. 1. 1854 .'J. H. STOtnER, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ESe.ifi-fi' oiite. Centre Co, I-*a„ Yin ill attend promptly to all legal I usiness in-VY tiuvierj t,, his tvre. Pariicuhtr it...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

SALT PLASTER, COAL FLOUR VV, A.mUMAsJr.&CO, HAVE JUST RECEIVED • A iL L » _ STOCK OF DRY GOODSj READY-MAtJE CLOTHINGj GROCERIES, QUEENSWAHEi HA R D VV A R E, FISH AND SALT. Which they are now opening, and offer w tne public anu their Iriendd. THEY ALSO EI AVE ON HAND AND B'OR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH or GRALV: PISH, . , , ,;. ' and the usttal supply of goods with which they have been furnishing their large custom. Bellefonte, Nov, 26th, '58. COCKEY&CO. LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WEST FALLS AVENUE Baltiitiore, Sid. " ' ¦ H ? ? • * ¦ REFER TO VI33H3 CUItTm & BLANCHARD, BELLEFONTE, PA. Oct 1 IS58—lv.g MEYERS & MCDEY1T. WHOLESALE GP^%tS Liquor Dealers & heelMers. .Wo. 201 liiPiovty Street, PITTS KUft6G II. Oct.Sih, I85S.^-tr. A CARD. Piiii.A'DEi.pniA..p.T THE nndereiEneil. the Foutid.fJ .intl \S» Wisher"tfl VA.\ ('aTKI's' CiiuiiicHiit Uoiectof desirous ' A retiring t'roin this hfunli of hnsint-s. h.ts merged that old ej,tabii.>.hed w...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

Tfip lish'lv "ver trouble. Trip liulitl, nvpr wrons : \Vp rsnly mttkfJ stiff ilouble, . By (Iwellins on it long Whv (ila-p wof'.« hands «o tishtlv ? Why sioli o'er blo-fom" Head? . Whv clitis lo forms unsishtlv? Why not seek joy instead? Trip liahily over sorrow. Thonah thi-i day m^y be dark, The sun may shiitn ln-intirrow, And gaily sina tlie laik ; Fair bopu has not departed. Thonah loses may have fled-, Thpn never bp down hearied, But look for joy itmead. , Trip lightlv over sad.iess, Stand nut to rail at doom : Wo've pearls to string of gladness, On this i-id* of the tomb: Whilst slats are nightly shining, And heaven is overhead, Encourage not repining, But look for joy instead. 5 tiye for Something. "Live for something, be riol idle—'Look about thee for employ; Sit.nnt down to useless dreaming—.. L:ibnr isthe sweetest jny. Folded hands are ever weary, Selfish hearts a'e nevet gay, Life for thee hath many dulies—Active be, then, while you may., ¦ Scatter blessings'inthv path...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

CAPTAIN ©liSTJflVAlnE. One fine evening irl the month of July, an old so'dier of the " grand army," who had left one of his arms on the field of battle, was seated at the door of his pretty C"ttage. He was s-urrnunded by a. group of young villagers, who were clamorously reminding him of his promise to tell them some of his military adventures. After a moment of pretended resistance to their wishes, the old man took his pipe from hi? month, passed the back of his remaining hand across his lips, and thus commenced his talo : " In my time, my friends, the French would have disdained to fight agiiust Frenchmen in- the streets, as they do in these days. No, no. when we fought it was for the Honor of France, and agiiust her foreign enemies. liut-niy stofv couitriences on the Gth of November, 1812, a short time after the bittle of Wiazma We beat a retreat, not before the Russians, for they were ai a respectful distance from our camp, but before the sharp and>bitter cold of their...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

How to Go to Bed—Hall's Journal of Health in speaking on this subject; says : "in feezing wintertime do it in a hurry, if there is no fire in the room, and ther : ought not to be unless you are ad invalid. But if a-person is not in good health it U best to undress beside a fire,-warm and dry the feet well, draw on the stockings again, run into a room without a fire, jump into bed, bundle up with head and ears under cover for a minute or mora until-you feel a little warmth ; then uncover your head, next draw- off your stockings, straighten out, t-irn over on yoUr right side and go to sleep. If asense of chilliness comes over you on' getting into bed, it will always do -you1 an injury; and its repetition increases the ill effects-without haying any tendency-- to " burden" you; Nature ever abhors violence; We are never shocked into good health. Hard usage makes nd' garment last longer."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

A PimidAt PiiENOMENdfl.—^The Cadez (0-) Republican says that Mrs. Burney, of Tippecanoe, Harrison county; Ohio, a highly respectable lady, and 3 member of the Presbyterian church, during a peculiar condition of her physical and mental organization, has preached a sermon half an hour long, every other Sunday at ten o'clock, for eighteen years. While preaching she reclines on a bed. Her instructions are generally excellent, anil abound in scriptural quotations; but when she recovers her consciousness she' has no recollection whatever of what she* has been saying. Several years ago her case excited the attention of several medical gentlemen, who, while they had the utmost confidence iu her sincerity, could! give no satisfactory explanation to the' m ystery.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

A Human Locomotive—M. Dtirury, in The Revue de I Instruction Puliligne, publishes an account of a human lnco<notive which is called a baratrope, a carriage moved by the fuet of those riding in ity acting as treadles. The motion is said not to be difficult; it is similar to that of walking; Two men with it made firo miles in" twenty-five minutes on the Boulevard Mazar ac noon when the street was not crowded; At ar iother time the same men made thirteen miles in ninety-six minutes; and the exercise being so easy that they offered to keep it up alternate hours diy after day, and thought they could, without difficulty, average fifty or sixty miles per day. A singular thing about it is, that it beats tbe best turn-cuts ou steep grades if they present a compact or paved surface.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

FusBAND-HuNTEtts.—A. plain spoken •tnouymous writer says :—•'A husband hunter is the m i«t detestable of all young ladies. She is full of starch and puckers; she puts on so many false airs, aud she is so nice, that she appears ridiculous in the eyes of eve'ry deeeQ't person.. She may ynjBer'aFiy be found at church, coming inabout the list on-;; always at social parties and invariably takes a front seat at concerts. She tiius to be the belle of the tda :e aud thinks she is. Poor girl ! yoa ard fitting yourself lor an old maid, just as sure as the Sabbath comes on Sunday IMen will flirt with you, and flitter you simply because they love to do it; but they think no more of making you a.wife than they thiali of committing suicide. ICf* When wheat has failed, an entire change in the rotation and cultivation of the fam is required, and no method can bo pursueed better calculated to produce as beneSciiil an effect as keeping cuttle; and ciws are by far the most profitable, as if enable...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

®k iewtal § tm, •• ... r-BELLEFONTE, PA. Friday MoraSKg", Fcfc. 35 1§59

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

• 1 ^ J bis number CentrPress, / clof.es the first half volume of the issue,and with Ibis number we end the present form _and typographical appearance of thepaper-The enterprise was commenced with the determination of succeeding, ar.d the determi tiatiori thus far has been crowned wilh a success greater ."kin we anticipated. This encouragement has prompted ns to the fulfilment of a promise made at the beginning, and in two weeks the. Cer,tra\ Press will appear i;n an enlarged form, wilh such other improvements and additions as will make it equal in size lp any of the newspapers published in ibis region, and not behind any of the country journals in the Stale, in interest. These improvements are.rnade in order to Iheep pace with the enlaiging influence of 3 urn.alism—an influence which shows itself in every department of trade and business. The 'business of the country, in fact, depends -tipoti the encouragement of newspapers, for through their channels it acquires tepulaiion, adve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

Irom the proceedings of the Editorial Convention lately heM in Hanisburg. The a=-semb'age is represented to have been one of the most respectable bodies of men ever assembled in Harrisburg, and among the list of delegates we recognize the names of many of our old friends and associates. The objeel in.thus convening ihe editors of Pennsylvania, was just and laneable. If half is attained of what was suggested, much g&od will accrue 10 the profession, and a commensurate benefit be conferred on the people. The press is the great lever, of public opinion. By it, it is moved to expression, and through it it receives form and shape. For these reasons, alone, it was time that a meeting was held, and an understanding had among ihe members of the profession. Although not present, we heartily agree in the proceedings, and hope this is but the inauguration of a reform in the pro fession long demanded. This convention of editors has led us lo hope that another class of men in Pennsylva...

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