ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Central Press Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 33,544 items from Central Press, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
33,544 results
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

E9Rir£t09& . GBC IBS*. 1 4 O » • > PEES II ARRIVAL. . WILSON & BROTHERS ARE now opening an extensive asaorturjuio! ho* .inn fashionable Dry Goods., »\tin h titev oll'cr lo ihe pi.i lie at the VliltY LOWEST POSSIBLE CASH P' ICKS. Having entirely ibolishcd tho credit sy-='cm, and being determined to ,!o business herenfier on a cash basis, they will io enabled to supply their customers and tho publie -.'ilh the best slock lho p.- sicrn market ail'orils Particulat atteniion is inviied to a largo selection of Mj&i&ieg Mrags Wooas Bay idere antl Fancy Opera Cloths, De Beges- and Cus'i.neies; Kl.ick and Colore! (all wool) Delaines, P'Eir-ilAN ROBES, FllF.NfHI MKR1NOS. FRENCH PLAIDS (br ; a dies and Children. LADf".S and GENTS Shawls ol every description, Rlrt.-k Silks Silk Fringes and.'Primings for. Ladies dresses. CLOTHS, CASIMEBIS, TESTINGS, SATIN ETTS of all qualities and every varie'.y of siyle. The assortmeni of CALICO, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, &a...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

CI J Kstabiislied Drag store BELLEFONTE, PA. THE undersigned respectfully inform their friends and the public generally, that they have purchased the Drug and Chemical Store lately owned by Rev. A Briltain, and known as the 'Bellefonte Dispensary*" in Broherhoff's Row, 2 doors South ofthe Penn-a Hotel, and nearly opposite lhe Conrad House, where they have on hand a large assortment, and will be regularly receiving fresh supplies^)! carefully selei ti-d i )rv.gs. Medicines, Chemicals.. Surgiciland Dental Instruments. Oils. Paints, Varnishes, Dye-Stuffs, Window-Glass, Brvshis, Combs. Stationary. Fmcy Armeies, Spices. Perfumery, fyc. All the PA TEN i" M ED1CIN r S ol THE D A Y Pine Oil. Lard and Fluid Lamps, of every description ; fresh Pine Oil and Burning Flaid always on iiiind. AlfO Lamp Globe* PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, for Medicinal purposes. . . They will also keep constantly on hand the best Movaiina and Principe CIGARS, with a complete ¦ •soiimenl of Chewing and Smoking TO...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

FALL & WINTER CLOTHING REABY-ja.il0«: CLOTSIIXG. - WM. M'CLELLAND T>E.SPECTFI'LLY informs bis old ens-JL\j toiw-ra and the public th"at he has received i".e of the largest and best selected slock of Ready made Clothing as well as a large and select assort inent of Cloihs. Casimers, Satiueils, Satins tj-c, evei ' offered to the people ol Centre county, comprising a selection of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHIN fr « A-h-cii is embraced every irticle nec»!ss iry I o a gt-ntletnan's complete wardrobe. 1 lis slock'h.-tbeeit selected with great care, and he flitters hiinj *elf that the good* now offered, were not only i.urih ased with a view to economy, hut with a fixed, purpose not to be excelled in durability, elegance and failiion. In order to keep no wilh the Irade of large cities he has established the cash system hoping by aciheritig to such a sis'em of bust cess, to be enablvd al wayrt to, furnish his customers wilh the laiest st.vl*s of gooes, made up by the most cek...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

doward Ass lciation. E, E3ISJ4S>W1LP!SI4. A benevolent Institution established by special Endowment, for the Relief af the 't-kk and Dish esued, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of th? awful dcstriiiiifin nl hum in lile caused by Sex ual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon lhe unfortunate \ienins of such diseases by Qum k-s, sev er.il years ago riirrcfed iheir ConsultingSnrscon, as a CIIAR11'ABLE ACT worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary lor the treatment of this class ol diseases, in all iheir loruis. and lo give MEDICAL ¦ \DVIC JC GRATIS M-all who ap^ly by letter, with a description-of- their Condition, ,a»e, o'cciipatinn. habits of li e.-fec.) and in case nf extreme poveriy.io r'URMI-'-H MED1CN1ES FREE OF CHARGE. Il is needless lo add thai the Association commands the highest Medical skill ofthe aae.nntf Will lurtiish the mnst approved,modern ircanneiil The iJirectors ofthe Assoi-i.it'ioii in theirAnnu.il Repor...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

WM. S. TRXFFX.13-BEBCHA J« T %A 1L.QR. M. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND. rllE subscriber respectfully inlnrmi the citiz-n ol Kxllei'fuiif antl viciiuiy, thai lit- has just re iurued 'rem Philadelphia with a lull assortment o FaLL AiNB WIJMTKR GOODS, vhich he is now opening al liis old siaiul one dmo east ofthe Posi Olcce . His stock consists in par|.-i Bl.it-k. Blue and Brown French Chillis; Sill mixed Coating (TnsJfrm-ro and White Duck I'o COATS; Rl-ick Doeskin and Fancy Sun. mer ""assimerco. and Linen Drill: fu PANTS; lilack salin. Kigi renl.Silt.s and ¦ While sml Fiiiuit-d Ma; smells lor VESTIVtiS, which he will make up to.orfter in styles to anil tb r.'iMe of customers, on shnit notn e, .nut on lb timst reasonable let ins. Goods furnished bi cuv iiiiiier! will be liiade up to order as heretofore As he will employ none lint fXnerienced work men, persons, pity rely on gulling their wf.'k we: .Inncal us shop . . {Kr riiankliil lor the parrnnnge beretofore besnwed, he respectfully soli...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

Ismail i GHAfiy: CASH paid for all kinds of grain, at tb market price, by Oct ii'i. '56. . K, C, HUMES & BEOTHEB,

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

ROUGH A READY,. 1©RN SHBIsSalSB DANIIJL DERR rcppectfully inform* ¦ the farmers and the public generally, that tin line is now at hand for Helling one of the cilubra .d Rough and Ready Hand ami Home power Con •hellers, which is one ofthe best now in use maim ii luraii and sold by the undersigned All kiuils n ra n taken in payment at market prices Cash wi ' BcHcr !oute.0ct. 22. '58. DANIEL DF.RR. '

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

Ayer'sSarsaparilla A compound remedy, in winch we L -ve labored to produce the'most effectual alterative that can be made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsaparilla, so combined with other substances of still greater alterative power as to afford an cifecttve antidote for the diseases Sarsaparilla is repured to cure. It is believed that such a remedy is wanted by those who suffer from Strumous complaints, and that one which will accomplish their cure muit prove of immsnss service to this large class of our afflicted fellow-citizens.' How completely this compound will do it has been proven by experiment on many of the worst cases- to be found of the following complaints: — Scrofula and Scrofulous Complaints,-Euurnoxs amd Eruptive Diseases, Ulceus, Pimple*, Blotchf.s, Tumors, Salt Kueum, Scald Head, Syphilis axd Syphilitic Affection's, Mercurial Disease, Dnopsy, Neukaloia on Tic Douloureux, Debility, Dyspepsia AND INDIGESTION,- JiltY-ilFBLAS, ROSE or-St. Avtuony's Fire, ...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

J li Ji i.t > i-.il iiN V lOUllAi OrC J Pitiii\iKLi> M i R. SAAFiJiiD. Compounded Eutire-y from. GUMS, |"8 one of- tho.best Purgative and Liver Mpilirhra L now before the public, and acts as a Ca^ha-tit ¦asier, milder and mot", effectual than nnyniiici ueilicine known. It is not only a Cathartic but a ,iver remedy, acting G/sl on the Liver to ejeel it* ¦ini bid matter, thus accomplishing twopurposet iVoiirilly. without any of the painful feelings cxerienccd ill the operations of iiiomI Cathartics. I strengthens the system atthe s..tne lime that it ¦urges il. and when taken daily in moderate doses, ill strengthen and build it up with unusual ra lily. The LIVER is one at night loosens the •I' the principal rcgu ^£ bowelsgertly and euros atnrs of the hunian,-^ Cnstiveness. •ndy; and when it per- One dose taken afier brins its.fund ions wc,II-*"s each meal will cure he powers of the sys- Dyspepsia cm are fully developed r , 8£rOuc dose of two "he stomach is almnsu. '...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

A BEAUTILFU HEAD—~- OF RICH GLCteStf • HAIR, Completely t't rservf-'t To ilic ^BS't'att'st Age. AN'l) v»h 11 ha i is griiy w-iilu nut have it restored to lo m r color; or lain but would have lho growth restored, or IP ublcd wuh tb.ndinfi'and itch tig bin wou'ri havtit u-nioved.oi irnulled with scrofula, scald head or oilier eruptions but wowM be cured, ur with sick headache, (neuralgia} but would he cured.' IiwillaTso remove all pimple-Irom lhe face and skin, l'rnf Wood's Hair re.-to raiive will-do all "bis. See circular and the follow ing Akn AiBOit, Nov. 5,18^6. ProfO J. Woon^Dfa'rSir: I have heard *mc said of flic wonderful effects of your Hair Rcsto rnme, bin having been so often cheated by quack ery and qua> k nostrums, hair djes, Ac, J "was dis posed t« place your Restorative iu ihe same rate gory with the thousand and one loudly trumpeted quack remtdies, until I metyjiu in Lawremie county some months since, when votv gave me such assurance as iudm etl the iri-i'J o...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

CEM'JFCATES, PAIN ERADfSATOFU MKSSKS. GRliEN & M'.muKS—Oknltemkn-—Ktir the ni^i ilnee years, I have een subject to iVt.nirAi.GiA nf the most severecharcier—atone rime Cuiilinid io my room for three iioiiihs with II. anil sitlip-i-i lo return as often as t nl wet orwas in iheiliimp ,1 tried a great rmmv Muoilies for it. Inn foiitifl no pennant-m relief unti^ ;oi lirv. LiKo I. Mii.kn' Pain Lraiucator, as pre . ireil by ymi. svliich has never f.nleil li. er.didai.eiks liri, when applied. I ilso use it for Sore Throat, "tilt the s one gond eflbt-i.tim know ol it being used* :ir Rheumatism, with ^fiod results. I believe it to 'O a good medicine for the above-named diseases. Hid no humbug, and would co-.dinlly rem mmend it o all sutiuringwithcithc' iVf-mlght • r Rheumaiiam. JOHN M'CALMONT. 1!kssrs. Hrkkn ijr iV".\-kk\:—I havi- used Geo I. Mies' I'atn Kradicator prepared.by yi u, lor fh« 1th liiiiatism iu my slinuliicr, and found great relief; would recommend il to others si-niin...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

MBBBsMBBsas " ' - BBnaaaga I Report OF T IE A D RS O CN'IE CDUNIY 1. B HE YOA . liio. , aac ^'ifringi' ¦ , E .., Tr^is if , t ac un- with Centre Con ;y from Jan lary '.lh, i 63. to January •lib, is;». 165 . DR. a. 7 T,n at 't le eived no i Co. Ci.llecior nnd o her s <urces, l2"37.) 60 " To balance a. e Treasurer, 411 t 25 e2'j48j b5 rit. J-n 6 By ain't of Commi .-loner's orders line I - 823 455 r-5 ¦' Bv Treasurer's C«-i minion ou Si0.4 3 06 1,024 60 "By allowance for Slation.-ry aid Postage 10 00 $29,439 85 Balance due Treasurer 7,110 25 Thri--. M'Coy. E.q .High ShoriT in account with Centre county, from January 7lh, 133S. to Jan. 7th, 1H09. DR. Jan. 7 To am't of Jury lees and fines, $661 12 CK By am't of Jury fees and fines collected §125 06 " By ain't ofjurv fees and fines uncollected ' 536 06 661 ,1 We. the undersigned. Auditor' of Centre Cnun« ty, having examined the accounts of Isaac Buffing ton, Treasurer of said County, and Thos. McCoy, Sheriff, find I hem correct a...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

"Old Dominion." TEio GM Bommoa CoSseTet EAS BEC0SE .* HOUSSHOLD WOED. TbG GM Dom.iiica Cofee Pot EASES ABSVESAGE DEIIOIOUS AS NECTAH. The Old BosiIh!©5i Coffee Pot TASSS ISS3 C0?FE3 THAH ANY 0THES. Tho 0M Dominion Coffee Pot HAKES BETTER COPPEE T2AH ANY OTHEB. the GM .Bominlen Coifcc Pot KSVEH FAILS TO DO ITS WOKE EISHT. Tho-Old BoamiGn Gofee Pot GIVES A HEALTHY BEVEEAfJIE. Tiie 0M Doisinioii Colfee Pet IS A FHIESTD TO DYSPEPTICS. Tho 0M Dominion Gofee Pot ! EAES3 EUSSAlfBS HAPPY. j The ©M I)oisiiiIo!1 Colfee Pot • 3$AKES' 'WTVES GOOD-NATTJEED. The 0M Dominion Cofee Pot ' IS THE COOS'S DELIGHT. The ©Ic! DosUlaion- Cofee Pot EENDS CHILES TO THE BEEASTAST-TABLE. The GM Dominion Gofee Pot PSETEST3 EATSEK0NIA1 DISC0ED3. j. The GM B©Fal!!lsn Coffee FM GIVES the ASAEIAST BEERY in PESrECTIOH. The 0M Bommion Coffee Pot IS BASED OS SCIEUCS AND COHHOW SENSE. - The Old SeialBlon SeWm Pot 13 TJSED BY ALL GOOD EOTJSEEEEPEES. The ©Id ©eMMes CefFee Pot IS HAirPTACTUEED TT5TDEE THE PATEST 1 FOR T...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

A TOUCHIH'G STORY. THE DAUGHTEI A Tale of Tweeamoutii Moor. "When the tyranny of the last James drove his subjects to take up arms against him, one of the most formidable enemies to his usurpations was Sir John Cochrane, ancestor to the present Earl Dundonald. Ho was one of the most prominent actors in Argyie's rebellion, and for ages a settled gloom hung over the house of the Campbells, enveloping in common ruin all who united their fortunes in the cause of its chieftains. The same doom encompassed Sir John Cochrane. lie was surrounded by the king's troopslong, deadly, and desperate was his resistance, but at length overpowered by numbers, ho was taken prisoner, tried and condemned to die upon the scaffold, lie had but a few days to live, and his jailor waited the arrival of his death warrant to lead him forth to execution. His family and friends had visited him in prison, and exchanged with him the .last, the long, the heart-rending farewell. But thjcxe was one who was the...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

A Beautiful Situation. "What a dreadful situation for a young girl to find herself in! Perfectly willing to be married, and with a dear, kind father equally as anxious for her to enter the glorious state of matrimony, which would crown her with a halo of felicity—and not a lover to be met with!" Thus soliloquised a you-ng girl of fifteen, as she sat looking over the wide domains of her father's chateau, apart from the world of Paris, and oh! most strange to add, in a part of the country as yet virgin of anything like a rail-road. All this sort of reverie is delicious—all those dreams of the halo of felicity crowning marriag*e are beautiful at fifteen, but a few years later, and how very like a crown of thorns the halo looks. •Jenny d'llorbccourt was very much to bo pitied. There was no inexorable father; no cruel guardian, nothing was wanting to complete her felicity but a mere trifle—the man, and the man sorely puzzled the young lady's brains. Where was he to'be found in that i...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

img Cotton. The quantity of cotton wool brought into England every year might be piled into a pyramid which would rival that of Cheops. The eight thousand five hundred and seventy-two millions of miles of yarn spun in England in a year, might be wound round and round the earth, as a boy winds string round his top; or we might throw the shuttloover distant Uranus, and then tangle together the "red planet Mars," the Earth Venus, Mercury, and the Sun in our net of cotton. The whole of the British Islands might bo wrapped up in cotton wool, and put up carefully for the inspection of future ages, in not very many years, consumption of that raw material. Ninety years ago, at the commencement of our manufacturing career, the population of Britain was about eight millions, ivowit has reached twenty-one millions. If it were not for cotton, we could not keep our millions in England, clustering in masses round the contra! manufacturing towns. If it wero not for cotton, we could certainly n...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

Bl-ving too Dear.—There is an old proverb which says ".-1 man may buy gold too dear." We do not know whore it originated, but the apothegm is an exceedingly wise one, let it como from whoso head it might. "A man may buy gold too dear." None but the excessive miser, who would barter everything for the "yellow dust," can doubt the fact that even the most precious of metals can be bought too dear. The broker will tell you that he buys gold too dear, who gives five dollars a-pieec for sovereigns, when their market value is but four dollars and eighty-throe cents. The broker buys money merely to sell again; and ho therefore, consider it only in relation to what it will yield him. But there are cases where gold maybe bought too dear, even though it may be sold agaiu for more than it cost. Gold may bo purchased too dear—altogether too dearly—when life, health, friendship, conscience, or "^oaco of mind, is sacrificed in the purchase. Yet, how often docs the one, or the other, or all of th...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

Dew Drops. ( When night has drawn her sable curtain around our earthly home, the azure depths arc gemmed with shining jewels, and the I silver moon ventures to gvize from his hcav'-T only abodes. 'Tis then the stars weep the "i dew-drops o'er all our land, whispering to all things "beautiful;" when the flowerets adorning our hills and vallej's arc bright and fresh, the pearly drops cause them to be more lovely. If earth's beauties arc sad and faded, the silent tear drops as they greet them seem to bid them lift their drooping heads and take up their "burden of life anew." Then the leaflets, without a murmur assume a more cheerful aspect, and when morning light again dawns bright and fair, all the floral tribe are fresh tindjujpc as the sun-beams that glisten amid the dew drops. They look as though wandering angels through the quiet night, had showered the earth with diamonds; but soon the warm sunshine chases away our favorite gems, and with his powerful rays gleaming where they...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

The Little ones at Prayer.—A little child knelt near the broken lattice. Casting a glance at the sleeping form of her father, she clasped her wan hands, and murmured—"0 God, make father leave his evil ways make him my own dear father once again? Make mother's sad looks go away, and make her old smile come back; but thy will be done." ^ Just then the mother entered the room, and taking her husband by the arm, she said: "Hearken to Minnie; she is praying/' "0 God, make father love me as once ho did; and make him' forsake his bad ways'." ¦ ' murmured the little one once agaiu. "0 Paul—husband cried the mother! Q, let us all be happy again. \ The coneicnee stricken man bowed hit head and wept. Then, clasping his haiult?.\ he said: \ "With God's help, you will never bemado 1 to sorrow on my account again." And he kept his vow.—Buangellrl. The Slave Trade.—The Methodist Episcopal Church South, recently repealed the standing rule prohibiting the buying and, selling of men, women and ...

Publication Title: Central Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
x
Loading...
x
x