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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

farmers' High School. This institution may now he considered as fairly started, with 85 students, although the faculty is not fully organized, no choice of a President having yet been made. Un-.der these circumstances, the duties devolve on TVM, G. TVaiujjg, Esq., a gentleman evej-y way qualified for the position he occupies, and the institution moves on with a flattering promise of realizing the most sanguine anticipations of its friends. Such an institution cannot ho organized in a few months—nor can it develope its full powers even by the graduation of a class—but in time, as its great experiments are laid before the people and its achievements are fairly exhibited, the Farmers' High School will take its place in the front ranks of the seminaries and colleges of the country. One great object at least will be accomplished, that of dignifying all useful labor—and equalizing those who pursue every branch of industry. This is sought to be established by enforcing labor as one of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

MARRIED. On the 17th ult. hy the Itev. John Tonner, Mr. Benjamin F. Hoi.tkr, of Howard township, and Maodai.kxa Hoiser. of Bcnncr township. Ou the lft inst., J13- the religions order of the %Society of Friends, Air. C. C. Way and Miss Sai.-j.ie J. Wilson, both of Hall'moou township.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

DIEL). In Milesburg. on Tuesday, Febniarv 22, Mrs. SARAH, wife of T1I0S. J. TAYLOR, in the 41st year of her age. She has for some time been a devoted member of the Baptist Church, hrightly adorning the doctrine she professed. Well may her children call her blessed, for she ruled only by love and kindness. Her constant watchfulness over them never slumbered or slept, and her thoughts and aspiration for them were all prayers. Her kindness -toward her acquaintances was never ceasing, and they regarded her as one of their best earthly friends. In this happy Uumo no harsh look or unkind word ever came, and she has exchanged a iionie of peace and love on earth, for a habitation oiot made with hands, eternal in the heavens. It . will no doubt he a great consolation to her venerable parents—prevented hy old age from attending ¦licr funeral—to know that all the energies of her mind were bent in giving glory to her Maker, und lbat she died happy in a Saviour's love. As a wife she was all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

THE MARKETS. Reported for the Central Press. Bellefoxte, March 10, 1S59. The amount of grain arriving at the mills, although not very large, is of a good quality, and prices range at a fair rate. For shipment, there will be large quantities offering if the weather continues favorable, and for borne consumption, the supply bids fair to be steady. Tho prices quoted below, are what is now offered at the mills in this vicinity: but a range of a fraction and figure is given for delivery at other points. This is owing to the stringency of the eastern market—but farmers at this season find it more convenient to deliver their heavy grains at depots nearer home. It is found to pay better than to haul it to a distance. Our quotalions arc up to noon today, and arc as follows: White Wheat, per bushel $1 30 Red, ,lo ] 25 Rye, do fia Com, do 62 Oats, by weight, 35 Clover Seed. per bushel, 5 50 Plaster, ground, per ton JO 00 Lard, per pound, 10 Tallow, do 12 Mutter, do 20 Eggs, per dozen, 12 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

NEW WORK FOR AGENTS. The Life, Speeches! and Memorials of DANIEL WEBSTER, Coutafninrj lti* most Celebrated Orations. A fierce. tittn from the Euloyies delivered on the occasion of his Death, and his life and Times. BY SAMUEL 31. SMUCKEIl, A. .If. This splendid work is just published, in one large volume of 550 pages. It is printed on fine paper, and bound in beautiful style ; contains excellent tint illustrations of his Birthplace and Mansion at Marshfiold: and a full-length, lifelike, Steel Portrait. The publisher offers it with confidence to the American public, and is convinced that it will supply an important want in American literature. No work was to be obtained heretofore, within a compact, suitable and convenient compass, the chief events of the life of Daniel Webster, his most remarkable intellectual efforts, and the most valuable and interesting eulogies which the great men of the nation uttered in honor of his memory. We present nil these treasures in this volume, at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

WONDERFUL! THE WONDERFUL LaDY has just arrived and taken rooms at the CONRAD HOUSE. A perfect likeness will bo shown to the ladies of their intended husbands, and to tho gentlemen of their intended wives; also, absent friends. Tho most difficult questions will be solved by science and calculation, from many years of study, hy Madame NORMAND or "Master NORMAND. Fee for consultation, 25 cents for ladies, and 50 cents for gentlemen. Consultations with cither Madame or Master NORMAND strictly private. She will give medicine for all complaints. liellcfonte, March 10, 1859. T) E VIE RE HOUSE, JLV LEWISI1IJRG, UNION CO., PA. E. G. HETZEL, Propriat or #j®"" The above house, formerly known as Kline's Hotel, has been refitted and furnished throughout, and will be kept in the best style the country affords. The proprietor hopes that by strict attention to business he will receive a share of public patronage. [marl 0/58.] G1 BEAT INDUCEMENT TO CAPITALISTS. IT The PHCKNIX COMPANY, having p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

BELLEFONTE FOUNDRY AT PRIVATE SALE. THE undersigned, proprietors of the Bellefonte Foundry, offer that entire establishment, with Fixtures, Stock, Machinery, &c, at private sale Tho Foundry is in complete order, with two CUPALOS, ono of which is capable ol running a heat of from five to six tons. There is with tho Foundry a complete set of patterns for the machinery of the Iron Works and mills in the surrounding country; and being located at the termini of two railroads, offers superior inducements for investment by practical mechanics. Attached to the foundry is a MACHINE SHOP in complete order, with the privilege of one of the best water powers in the country. Being the only machine shop in the neighborhood, the patronage alone can be made to yield a handsome income. Persons wishing to purchase can view the premises and learn the terms of sale by applying to JOS. D. HARRIS & CO. Bellefonte, Feb. IS, 1S59. [Lycoming Gazette please copy 4t.]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

T> EMOVAL Ol? THE JLV BELLEFONTE LIVERY. THE public is respectfully informed that tho undersigned has removed his establishment to the old stage stables on Bishop street, where he has fitted up an extensive livery, composed of the best livery stock iu Central Pennsylvania, and ho feels assured that he can confidently claim a largo share of patronage. Tho horses attached to these stables are gentle and fast, and can be driven with the utmost safety. Tho stock of vehicles comprises almost every variety, from the comfortable family carriage to light 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 undersigned, who can always be found either at the Conrad House or at the stables. Bellefonte, Feb, 16, ,59.-tf. M. RUNKEL. BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.—THE undersigned, determined that old fogyism shall not retard the growth of our town by exacting exorb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

W. A. THOMAS, JR., & CO., HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK OF DRY GOODS. READY MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, ZS^ZZ^ZMJ: d^ S3dl2uI2ai;0> Which they arc now opening, and offer to the public and their friends; THEY ALSO HAVE ON HAND AND FOB, SALE CHEAP FOR CASH OR GRAIN", FISH, SALT, PLASTER, COAL, FLOUR, and the usual supply of goods with which they have been furnishing their large custom. Bellefonte, Nov. 26, '5S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

COCKEY &CO., COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BALTIMORE, Ml). REFER TO MESSRS. CURTIN & BLANCIIARD Bellefonte, Pa. Oct 1, lS5S.-ly. MEYERS & MC'DEV IT, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Liquor Dealers & Rectifier? WO. 201 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBUEG Oct. 8th, 185S.-tf. DENTAL CARD. H. B. PARRY, Surgeon Dentist. [l.ATE OK LANCASTER, 1'A.] Has located permanently in Bellefonte, Centre county, whore he proposes practicing all the various branches of his profession in the most approved manner, and at moderate charges. Office and residence iu tho house occupied by Mrs. E. Bcnnor, directly opposite the residence of the late Thomas Burnside. Card.—AVc take pleasure in recommending Dr. II. B. Parry to our friends as a thorough and accomplished Dentist. C. II. Bressi.kk, M. D. Jamks Locke, M. D. Bellefonte, March 24,'oS.-]y. ASTIRRWC CURTIN. EDMUND BLANCIIARO. CURTIN & BIiANCHATD, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Bellefonte, Pa. THE undersigned, having associated themselves in the pra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

JD. WINGATE. , RESIDENT DENTIST. Office and residence on the North-eastern corner of. the public square, near the Court House. Will be found at his office except two weeks in each month, when he will be filling professionm engagements elsewhere. Bellefonte, Oct. 15, 1S5S. GEO. A. VAintAStB, M. D. JAS. 11. DOBBINS, M.D. DRS. FAIRLAMB «fc DOBBINS. DR. GEO. A. FAIRLAMB has associated with him in the practice of medicine, DR. .TAS. R. DOBBINS. Office, as heretofore, ou Bishop street, opposite tho Temperance Hotel. Bellefonte, March IS, 1857,-tf. HASIUEL LINX. 1VM. P. T.-II.SO.V LINN & WILSON, A TTORNE Y AT LAW, Bui.LEEONTE, Pexx'a. Office on Allegheny street, in the building for mcrly occupied by Humes, McAllister, Hale & Co as Bankers. Aug. 12, 1S5?. GE O. W. SWARTZ, WATCHMAKER, AND Dealer in Jewelry,^&c. Sign of the big GILT WATCH, next door to the store of E. C. Humes & Bro. Watches and Jewelry repaired and warranted. Bellefonte, August IS, 185...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

17ULL AND WINTER CLOTHING. . The Latest. Cheapest and test Stock of ¦ READY MADE CLOTHING! .-. WM. M'CLELLAN respectfully .informs his old customers, and tho public that ho has received one of the largest, and -best selected. stocks of Ready Made Clothing, a-s well as a. large and select assortment of' Cloths, Casimers. Satinetts, iatins, Ac,, ever offered to' tho people of Centre county, comprising a \ selection of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, in which is embraced every article necessary for a gentleman's complete wardrobe. His stock has-been selected with great ..arc, and he flatters himself that the goods now offered, were not only purchased with a view to economy, but with.a fixed purposes not to be excelled in durability, elegance and fashion. In' order to keep up with the trade of large cities he has established the Cash System,, hoping by adhering to such a system of business, to be enabled always to furnish his customers with the latest styles of goods, made up by the mos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. FRESH ARRIVAL ! WILSON & BROTHERS are now opening an assortment of new and fashionable Dry Goods, which thev offer to .the public at the very lowest possible CASH PRICES. Having entirely abolished the credit system, and being determined to do business hereafter on a cash basis, they will bo enabled to supply their customers aud the public with the best stook Ike eastern market affords. Particular attention is invited to'a largo selection of ladies' Dress Goods, Bayadere and Fancy Opera Cloths, Dc-Beges and Cashmeres, Black and colored (all wool) Delaines, Persian Robes, French Merinos, French Plaids for Ladies and Children, Ladies' and Gouts' Shawls of every description. Black silks, Silk Fringes, and Trimmings for Ludies' Dresses. Cloths, Casimers, Vestings, Satinetts, of all qualities and every variety of style. The assortment of CALICO, MUSLINS, SHEETINGS, &C. cannot bo excelled for quality and price. , , • Particular attention is reques...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

G ROVER & BAKER'S CELEBRATED Family Sewing Mlicliines 495 Broadway, New York. A NEW STYLE-Priee, $50. This machine sews from two.spools; as purcascd from the store, requiring no re-irinding of thread. It Hejis", Fells, Gathers and Stitches in a superior style,\iinishing each scam by its own operation, without recourse to the hand ncedlo, as is required by other machines. It will do better and cheaper sewing than a seamstress can, even if she Work for one cent an hour. Send for a Circular. DANIEL IRVIN, Agent, Jan. 28, '59.-3m. . Fleming, Centre Co. Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

XT7"M- S. TRIPPLE, YV MERCHANT TAILOR. N. E. Cor. Diamond, Bellefonte, Pa. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Bellefonte and viSinity, that he has just returned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, which ho is now opening at his old stand, one door cast of the Post Office. His stock consists iu part of Black, Blue and Brown FRENCH CLOTHS, Sill mixed Coating, Cashmere and White Duck for COATS, Black Doe Skin and Fancy Summer Cassimeres, and Linen Drill for PANTS, Black Satin, Figured Silks, and AVhite and Figured Marseilles for VESTING S, which he will make up to order in styles to suit the taste of customers, on short notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Goods furnished by customers will he made up to order as heretofore. As he will employ none but experienced workmen, persons may rely on getting their work well done at his shop. Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of the same. D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

EXCELSIOR SHAVING SALOON. Allegheny Street. Bellefonte, Pa. A.PROCLAMATION!— To all to whom these presents may come: I, MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan of all the Barbers of the Keystone State, do hereby proclaim and make known to all people, that I have fitted up my PALACE in the neatest manner for the reception of my loyal subjects, where I will be at all times ready to give tiiem a cutting reception, and completely divest their physiognomy of nature's unseemly productions. AND FURTHER, us tho times aro getting good, and the banks making specie payments, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my subjects. WITNESS my ^B-,ami tho Great Seal of mv RAZOR and SCISSORS, at the Palace, in the year of Blue Boards 1855. MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary. Oct. 3, 1855.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

\fEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! _LN CHAS. McBRIDE respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that be has just received at his store, corner of Allegheny and Bishop streets, a general supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, SYRUP, SPICES, SALT, SOAP, GLASS, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE and CUTLERY, Boots and- Shoes of tho first quality and all sizes, Stoneware, Witter and Sugar Crackers, Corn Brooms, Buckets, Rubbers, Clothes Lines, &c. Ready Made Clothing, Flannel Shirts and Crawers, Muslins, prime Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Gloves, Trimmlng.s Ac. Call and see, as he intends to sell very low for cash, or exchange for marketing at cash prices. Bellefonte, Oot. 29,.'5S.-ly. PLEASANT GAP HOTEL. . J. G. LARIMER, Prop'r. A^KC-Ol, Pleasant Gap, CEnxRK Co., Pa. j|pMii£S|L ; This Hotel is pleasantly locatcdiii§iS§jJ§£r; on tho Bellefonte and Lewistown l'urripiko, and has ample accommodations for strangers anh, trav, oilers. THE BAR is always supplied with ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE STORE. T. F. 30ALICH respectfully informs the public, and his old friends and customers, that he has just opened one of the largest stocks of Boots and Shoes ever presented to the people of Centre county. His stock was selected by himself, and he is confident from his knowledge and his practical experience in the- trade, that it cannot 'be excelled for quality aud price, nor will it fail to meet tho wants of the public generally, and his customers particularly. The stock embraces a large variety for gentlemen's wear, among which arc FINE FRENCH CALF BOOTS,- Gaiters and Monroes,with an assortment, of all kinds, suitable for dress niid common every day use. Ladies' Shoes and Gaiters, of the latest style, suitable for the season, and of every iiuntitv. The attention of the ladies is particularly invited f«i this part of the stock, as it is composed of the best articles, and will be sold at prices far below any other establishment in the coun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

"VTEW STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, ±N AT BURNSIDE'S, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IF you want to sec an assortment of cheap Boots and Shoes, go to Burnsidc's. WATER-PROOF BOOTS at Burnsidc's. LET ALL the people call and examine the Boots and Shoes at Burnsidc's before purchasing elsewhere. A SAYING of 25 per cent by buying your boots and rhoes at Biif nside's. A LIBERAL deduction made to those who buy to sell again. THIRTY different kinds of ladies' shoes at Burnsidc's. * . CITY made boots and shoes at prices to suit the times, at Burnsidc's. THE largest stock of boots and shoes ever brought to Bellefonte, at Burnsidc's. AT Burnsidc's cheap Boot and Shoe Store we study to please. LEATHER of all descriptions at Burnsidc's , DUPONT'S fine double glazed' Rifie Powder, and Ely's English water-proof Caps for hunters, at Burnsidc's. SHOE Findings of all descriptions at Burnsidc's. HIDES, Skins and Furs, bought at Burnsidc's. ' Sept. 17. 1S5S, ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 10 March 1859

TIHE IS MONEY! . AND VERY LITTLE MONEY WILL BUY GOOD TIME AT. WILLIAM J. STEIN'S CHEAP CLOCK, WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE, BELLEFONTE, PA. Having just-rcturncd from the cast, tho tvnder-.g5L signed is ii"w ready with a large stock of (j£n!W Clocks, Watches and Jewelry, and an a|jy2||:issortment of FaxcvAutici.es of all kinds and qualities, SILVER W.ARE,. iC. Notwithstanding the "panics" his stock is fully as large and complete 113 ever, and as his goods are selected with great care from the manufacturers of the eastern cities, of the latest styles, he feels confident of giving satisfaction to all. His stock consists of fine Gold and Silver open face and hunter case full jeweled English Patent and Detached Lever Watches;—Also Lcpincsand Qnarliors. Jewelry of every style which can be found in 11 good Jewelry Store, and Fancy articles of every description. Ho has also spectacles, a good assortment always on band, to suit all ages. Also, Pocket Books, Pocket knives, Pistols, Ac. JE5-Parti...

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