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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

N. S. LAWRENCE'S NEW ' . PAPER, PRINTERS' CARD AND EN VEL0PE WAEESOUSE, No. 405 Commerce Street, Philadelphia. Cash buyers will find it to their fnterest to call. Jan. 6, 1858—ly. SAMUEL LINN. WILLIAM P. WILSON LINN & WILSON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Bellefonte, Pa. OFFICE on Allegheny Street, in the building for merly occupied by Humes, McAllister, llalc <& Co., as Bankers. August 12,135?,—Ivr. ^ COM YE Y AM CXHGv TVEhDS. BONUS. i\lUKTUA(, *ES, End AltTl -U CLKSOF AGREEMENT neatly and correct ly executed. Also, ailemion will be given to tin adjustment of Book Accounts, and accounts of Ad fninistrators and'Executors prcpaied for filling. WM.J.KEA'LSH. Office next door to the Post Office. Bellcronle, April 7,'58-tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

AMI-MO¥j-ATTORNEY- AT - LAW, W ILL attend promptly to till legal business en trusted tohim. Special attention given to thc.Orphans' Court Practice and Scrivening. His i:;;ice is with the Hon. James 'J'. Hale, where he ~j:'i always be ccusulled, in the English and Gertm:n Languages. Bellefonte, May 5, '58. 2>rs. POTTER &, BISTCHEIjI.. "OEMOVAL.—Dp- Geo. L. Potter has JDlJ removed lo the Brick House directly opposite Wis former residence'; and Dr. J. B Mitchell to tho house lately occupied by Wm. Harris. Esq., on Spring St. Office next door above Dr. Potter's residence, where they can-be consulted, unless professj.-mal!y engaged." Bellefonie, Anri! 8,1857

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Notice TTJ' M. Murray having this day voluntarily Vr r withdrawn from-thefirm of Humes, Mc Allfstcr, Halo & Co; Bankers, the business wiil be comiucted. as heretofore, by the rjtnaiiiing mcin-I, •!¦•! fnder liic same style of firm. HUAIKS, JIcALLISTKlt, HALE &. Co. ij-jilqJ'ontc, June7th, It>58-:f, . '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

CLOTHING FOR THE TIMES THE UNDERSIGNED, determined nottobeout done by any. has rcceivcd,;in addition to his for mer extensive stock, a very large assortment of Fall-and Wiater Goods' His stock has been selected with great care, and consists in part, of Black and Fancy Satin Vests, do. Silk Vests, plain and fancy Worsted Vests,Fine Black, Blue, Brown and Olive Frock and Dross Coars.Men and Boys'pants and Veils of"all kinds and "descriptions, together with almost everything kept in Cloihing Stores, or of which the most prolific mind could conceive, or industry and an unconquerable desire to please, with years of experience in the business could select. In addition to which he has added a very superior assorlmenlof Gents'Cravats, Ties, Hosiery,Gloves &r., &c. In short it may be said he has a complete CUBMTS'.FaJftKISBMlSe .STORE, Comprising every article worn by the.stern and dignified lords of creation. And although he may not be able to sing as sweetly assome ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Drug and Chemical Store Allegheny St., North Side of the Diamond. BELLEFONTE PA. THE undersigned respectfully inform the .citizens of Bellefonte and the surrounding country, that they have purchased the Drug Establishment of Mr. Geo. I. Miles, and intend keeping the usual assortment of . DRUGS, MEDICINES , &C, which, lhey will offer at reasonable prices.— There medicines, chemicals, drugs, &c, having been selected with great care, at some of the best houses in the city, they flatter them, selves that they will be able to give entire satisfaction to all who may want anything in their line of business. c They would especially call the allenlion of Physicians'lo their establishment, where lhey can be supplied with pure, fresh and re liable articles,,on reasonable terms. They will keep constantly on hand. Burning-Fluid, Camphene, Lamps, Scgarsand Tobacco. Citron, Hair and Tooth Brushes , Fancy Soaps, Perfumery.Port-Manias, also. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dyer duffs, W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Old Established Drug Store, BELLEFONTE, PA. t THE undersigned respectfullyinform their friends, and the public generally, thatlhey have purchased the Drug and Chemical Store lately owned by Key. A Brfttain, and known as the 'JBeUefofifife ©HstJesasrery," in BrokerliofPs Row, 2 doors South of the Penn'a Hotel, and nearly opposite the Conr'adJIouse, where they have on hand a large assorlment, and will be regularly receiving fresh Supplies of carefully selected Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Surgical and Dental Instruments, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Bye-Stuffs, Window-Glass, Brushes, Combs, Stationary, Fancy Armeies, Spices, Perfumery, fyc. All the PATENT MED1CIN KS of THE DAY. Pine Oil, Lardand^I'uid Lamps, of every description ; fresh Pine Oil and Burning Fluid always on hand. Also Lamp Globes. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, for Medicinal purposes. They will also keep constantly on hand the best Havanna and Principe CIGARS, with a complete assortment of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, and SNU...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

TIcWanted w PROPOSALS will be received at our office at Wessinglon, Centre County, Pa., for the delivery of EIGHTY TTIOTTSAND TIES Oniholinc of the SNOWSHOE RAILROAD, in quantities to suit bidders. Timber is convenient, and timber leave will be furnished by the fi bstribcrs if desired. FEARON&CO, Wesslii£top,,Sspl. 10.'58. Coctracors § !. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

CLOCK. WATCH. JEWELRY. .AND FANCY'STORE; npH B subscriber is still at his' old stand J.; at No. 4 BrokerholFs Row, on Allegheny St., where he has just received from the eastern cities, and is now ofibiing for;sale a WELL SELECTED . and BEAUTIFUL assortment of --<^*w> CLOCKS & WATCHES, lliiyglb JEWELRY, ¦ and an excellent" assortment 6f Fancy Articles of all Kinds and Qualities, SZXiVER. WARE, &C. Notwithstanding the "panics" his stock is fully as largeand complete as even and,as his goods are selected- with great care from the mannracturbrs of the eastern cities, of the latest styles, he feels confidant of giving satisfaction"tb ally Id is stock consists of fine Gold and Silver open lace and hunter case full jeweled English patent and detached Lever Watches;—also Lepines ind Quartiers- Jewelry of every stylo which can be found ina good Jewelry Store, and Fancy Articles of every description.-Ho has also . ^a^^a SPECTACLES, a good .assqst-^F^Sg ment...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

•ZVjE-R* S-TOME9-Corner of Allegheny and Bishop Srteets, BELLEFONTE, PA. rf,HE subscriber respectfully informs' his V friends arid the public generally that he has oponed an entirely new stock of goods in his NEW STORE POOM, opposite T. F.-Boalich'B Boofand Shoe Slots. His stock of goods has been .selected with grettcare, and in quality and price will bear comparison with any in this market. The stock consists in part of-ILaeJaes Kress Goods, such as splendid Silk Bard Challies,Bareges, Brilliants, Delaines, Chintzes, Lawns, Prints,.^-c. &c. . Groceries, Spices and Soaps of all kinds. Hardware, Queetisware, Cedarware. Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres; Linin, Cotton and Velvet Pant Stuffs. Ready-made Clothing. Hats and Caps—a good assortment. Boots and Shoes of all kinds. 95* Call and see the stock before piirchasingelscwhere, as he intends selling low for cash, or in exchange for Country Produce. CHAS. McBRlCE. May 20, 1358—tt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

wm:. s. tiufpIsBMBBCHAWT TAIEi@K. N. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND, rpflE subscriber respectfully informs ihe citizens JL of Bellefonte and vicinity, that he hasjust returned from Philadelphia with a full assortment oi SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which he is now opening at" his old stand one door east of the Post Office. II is stock consists in part ot Black,- Blue and Brown French Cloths, Silk mixed Coaling. Cashmere and White Duck for COATS; Black Doeskin and Fancy Summer Cassimeres,. and Linen Drill, for PANTS; Black Satin. FiguredSilkF, and White ^ shd Figured Mar. snieJIs fojrvESTINGS, which he will makeup to ordenin styles to suit the taste of customers, on s'n'ort notice, and on the most reasonable terms. Goods furnished by customers will be made up to order as heretofore. As he will employ none but experienced workmen, persons may rely on getting their wori well done at lis shop. iKr Thankful for tho patronage licrotorore bessowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of the tam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

O- Bargains IN ILLINOIS LANDS! 8©,«®@ "ACRES OF THE BEST i'KAIKJK LANDS in Macon Shelby, Moultrie, and Clay counties, Illinoissituate near the Illinois Central, theGreat Western and Terra Haute and Alton Railroads, which, from their central location, excellent soil and congenial climate, offer as favorable inducements to purchasers as can be had in the West. They wiil be sold low. A number of Farmers of Mifflin, and other coun tics, who saw these Lands, have made purchases and are referred to as to their fertilily and location JKF"Persons who desire lo examine Ihe ^ se Lands can take the morning Express Train to' Pittsburgh on the Pennsylvania Railroad, tlunce to Alliance Crestline, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Danville, and Decatur, which point they will reach on thefollowing evening. After the 10th of.fllarch, the subscriber will be at the Cassell House, Decamr, where those desirous of purchnsingor examining the Lands are requested to call JOSEPH MILL1KEN, Agent. Lcwistown, Mifflin ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

EXCELSIOR SHAVING- SA-&0ON Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa. A PROCLAMATION! TO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY COMF,—I, MESSICK GKAH AM, Grand Sultan of all tfie Barbers of the Keystone State, .'o hereby proclaim and make known lo ALL People, that l'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 them a cutting reception, and completely divesl their physiognomy of nature's unseemly productions. AND CURTHER, as the times are getting good and the Banks making specra payments, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my subjects. ' WITNESS my SO" and the Great Seal of my RAZOR AND SCISSORS, at the PALACE, in the year of Blue Beards, 1855. • MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary. Oct 3,1855.—ly 83

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

DES. SMITH, WILLIAMS & KING, DEN TAL-SUR.G EONS, WITH a view to a permanent location, have established sn office near ihe South East corner of the Diamond,' two doors above the Franklin House, where they will'be happy to serve in thdir profession, all who wish, a really superior Dental operation. The instruments used in their office areof the first class, and among ihem Dr. Smith's improved Forceps arid Rose Drills and E'cvators, which are not in the po. ises'si6?i of any other practioner in the world, but which in many instances are absolutely essential in the performance of deli, date or difficult cases. These, and the High and well earned reputation of Dr. Smith in Baltimore, West Chester and New York, furnish a seeuiity to tne pn'Jlie that at their' Dental Rooms their cases will bo treated in a scientific and skillful manner. All operations guaranteed complete and durable. Bellefonte, July 7 '58-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

TO MISS SUE ANETTE J. I. LORIC There is a.solgfte.in Ihe. thought—, \Vhen absent,'-not to be forgot^L.... , „.. Thai lights ihe pilgrimjBjdartest'lut).;,' ..; • <;';\Yiih-iSun6bine.,tfnd.r£r"jlh .glee; ¦'¦<- '-¦-. _ >~ ;>..irr;er': ', ;\--::tv-When[forth you walk at siletUeye,.. , To catch a breath from each green leaf, And seek from toil a short relief, Wilt,thou remernb.errne? When at a th'rone of grace yon bow, •¦ And ask a Saviour's"Llovei to 'know,'-" ' And that yourself in grace may grow,1 • •'' ' ";Wilt th&ia ferriemb' er;m'e? Wlfdh checkered life'suncertainway, .. Is lighted by .some: prosperous ray;- - ¦ Which .bids all anxtoug. thonghts-away, . Wilt thoughiremember me.? Then nut in yonder wood I'llgoj '~ ' I'll bid these classic walls'adieu, ""*¦' Thrice" happ3' this from' you to know, That thou remeifhber'st me. When far. from you and out of sight, . In truth and error's: constant slrife," Where sinks the ebbony tide of life; Then...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Tne CisiM s EycaaiBEgFrayei*. Who, that has.lived -through' years of ceaseless gaity, or sorrow, orcrime,bas forgotten that llttlo prayer so often -murmured at the mother's knee:-r" Now I lay me down lo sleep, I pray the Lord.my soul to keep; If I should die before I wake, ¦ I pray the Lord my soul to take." The origin of this stanzi it is difficult lo trace. It appeared in the " New England Primer" more than four score years ago, and was probably then as many years older, although some have ascribed it to Dr. Watts. Many a.one, during a long life,, never retires to bed without repeating the above prayer of his childhood which, learned from a mother's lips, he has been early taught to lisp. The prevailing sentiment, so sublimely simpl!.', however childishly .'expressed, so affected some poet of latter! days, as* to-originate ono of the most toucKng little poems in out language-_XJi name of the author is not remembered; but his beautiful productions ought to be immortalized by gene...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

SGjPlt is computedthat there are twenty thousand persons out of employment in the iron districts of the State. Yet wo are importing railroad iron at all points, which our farmer's, have to pay for, as well as our mechanics. SCT* The Chester County Agricultural Society's annual exhibition will be held, at West Chester on Friday and-Saturday, the 1st and 2d of October. —Tho Pennsylvania Editorial Associaton will meet in Philadelphia an the 20-th diay ot October,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

: RE-sESDiNG.!M.^'r/6^i!:-^Spread wellrotied manure;over-tb.e meadows, e'tber earlyin the -spring-,::or;-af-thn':ccrnmeiaccment of the'.fall'rains,nand Jet this .be.fpl-; lowedby thorough,Jbarrowing, and .afterwards rolling')A' the>' spring.;-£f meadoirS .arc ;well liarrowedV.ii' theV-jatteir., part of ApriL/and .grass.seed sown- upon them,and thefir rolled," th'6/jccd, sown- will readily g'rowu ",:':' ..y.' :\ •-•!".*.'.v'.Y; -V"?'.!. '!."' -T'.' " ¦ ' .. If the meadows absolutely'necdplowingi wo"should: :pf! efet;t.ol,wait till 'faltr ; tfeeit plow, and give the'land"tha..-benefit of tho ' winter's froit. ' :-In:-th' e'ta'tte.r- part of Marcb sow barlpy,Vhdsafter,it,'sJ'»ell.upl.6 the.first,of May, sow. about-four pounds 6t •red clover!,' and half .a^bnshel of'otchard grasS id theac'rejiw^th.a.prppbH other grasses, desirgd; and then roll. :.Or instead:of barleyjspring'wheat'may.'atlh'd proper.tim.e ^ jbejsowri'^jf. preferred.';Either. of the crops ar&favorable't...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

The Art or *Gun|jEry.—A" new, and powerful'implement in"'gunhefy W described' in the ^English Journals. Instead of the old system of beririg.downthe^afridge,' and,all its.'-attendant in .inconveniences, there.is infrpducgd in this .invention a system so simple, .thai,a child, if physically able to hold the weapon, can.fire it off: from morming to midnight without any dangar to. himself, or injury' to the gun, by either friction or heat. "The implement does away altogether with the present sys'-' tem of charging, for, instead of bxpending four or five minutes in loading, afguh of rifle, according to the ordinary system, thisgun can be loaded and fired six'i times in a-'1 minute, for any givem*length .of .lime," without, injury to the gun: itself. The weight of the mussel is only eight poundrT and a.half; and within a thonsand yards, or even a mile, its range is infallible.,"-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

S©*The nice adaptation of manures to the peculiar wants of every^crpj), is.a point in farm economy too universally neglected. There should be m6re^.ststeala.nd regearph liy practical farfflu'i i- |ffo double"the'erpps on most farms, about all. thafis" necessary is'for our agriculturists to sell ofbnV'half their land;and'with the-proceeds buy manure for the other half. The- larger the farm, the less; a man grows, to &e acre. " Farmers should always, plow deep"; the roots will strike deeper into the soil, and intra obtain more nourishment/and wJH* stand the drought much better; the..ground can afterwards be tilled much deeper, thus enabling the moisture Yrom the dews and fogs to penetrate to the roots of. plants intime of drought.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Memory/.—Overburden not thy memory to make so faithful a" servant a slavp." Remember Atlas was weary. Have as much' reason as a camel, to rise when thou"hast thy full load.- Memory, like a purse, if it be over full, that it cannot shut, all will drop out of it. Take heed of a gluttenous curiosity to feed, on many things,,.lest. the greediness ,of- tho appetfte of thy memory spoil the disgestion thereof. Spoil nofr thy memory with; thine own jealousy, nor make it ba'd'by suspecting it. How canst thou find that true which 'thou wilt not trust? Marshal,thy notions' into .a bandseme method. One will carry twice mors weight,.trused and packed up-in bundles,' than when itliesuntowardly flapnirigabout' his shoulders.—Falter : *

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