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

37RESH ARRIVAL OF DRY GOODS, ; GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Ac. " TONNER & STEEL have just received, direct from New. York and Philadelphia, and are now opening, the largest and best stock of goods ever presented to the people of Centra county. The stock comprises an endless variety of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, of the latest style, quality and prices. Also, an assortment of DRY GOODS, composed of Cloths, Casimers, Satinetts, &e. The stock of Ready Made Clothing is such as will suit all tastes, aud at i>rieos lower than can be purchased elsewhere. Particular attention is requested to the amount of HARDWARE now offered for sale, and tho trade will find it to their interest to examine this stock before purchasing elsewhere. Qneensware, Groceries, Fish, Salt, &c. A full supply, which wilt be disposed of in quantities to suit purchasers, at prices to meet the times. Our old friends and the public are invited to give us a call. TONNER & STEEL. Northwest corner ...

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

DRUG AND CHEMICAL STORE. F. P. GREEN, buying refitted and replenished the old established Drug and Chemical Store, in Bellefonte, with a new and large assortment of Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery & Toilot Articles, respectfully invites a continuance of the patronage which has heretofore acknowledged this establishment as one of tho best in the country. The DRUGS AND MEDICINES, aro all selected from the best importing houses in tho eastern market, with the greatest care as to purity and efficiency, and avoiding as much as possible, the introduction of deleterious nostrums. Special care is also taken to keep constantly on hand every variety of Paixts and Chemicals, suitable to tho trade and market of this vicinity. Faxci* Toilet Articles, Cutlery of all descriptions, and tho numerous articles generally kept in a well conducted establishment. [jan.2S,'59.[ NEW GOODS ! I NEW GOODS ! !! D. LEYDEN & CO., Having refitted and enlarged tho old established Storeroom in Allegh...

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

HOWARD ASSOCIATION. Philadelphia, Pa. AHettevolent Institution, established hi) specialEndo*nieul,for the Relief of the Sich and Distressed, afflicted icith Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, iu view, of the awful destruction of human life by Sexual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of such diseases by fjitacks, several years ago directed their consulting Surgeon, 11s a charitable act. worthy of their name, to open a dispensary for the treatment of this class of disease, in all their forms, and to give Medical advice GRATIS to all who apply by lettor, with a description of their condition, age, occupation, habits of life, &<:., and in ense of ex tremo poverty, to furnish medicines FREE OF CHARGE.. It is needless to add that 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 Report upon the treatment ...

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

A CARD.. I'nu.i.uE.wuiA,.Pa. Tho undersigned, the Founder and Publisher of Van Court's Counterfeit Detector, desirous of retiring from this branch of business, has merged that old established work in tho popular Bank Note Reporter of Iuilny & Bickncll. Having published Van Court's Counterfeit Detector siuee 1839, the undersigned reluctantly pans with his old friends and subscribers, but thisrcluctance is lessened by the conviction that iu Iiulay & Bicknell's Bank note Reporter they will receive a work that matches the times. J. VAN COURT, Dec. 20, 185S NOTICE.—All subscriptions to Imlay and Bicknell's. BANK NOTE REPORTER arc payable scrupulously in advance. This is the oldest Bank Note publication in the world. For thirty long years it has maintained an unsullied reputation, and continues to be the necessary companion of all business people over the whole continent of America. THE COINS OF THE WORLD ! now in press by Imlay & Bickncll, will ho given to all...

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

PHILADELPHIA INSURANCE COMPANY. Office No. 44 Walnut St:, Southwest corner of Dock, upon the mutual plan. Fire Ixsuraxce.—Buildings, merchandize, furniture, and property of every description, iu town or country, insured agains loss or damage by. fire, cither for a limited period or perpetually, at established rsics. Marixe IxsrnAseE.—Vessels, freights and cargoes, foreign or coastwise, insured under open or special-policies, at the lowest rate of premiums. Inlaid Transportation- .Risks.—Merchandise of every description, per wagons, cars, steamboats and canal boats ; on roads, railroads, canal?, rivers or lakes, insured oh the most libera! terms. . Joseph Cowperthwuit, William D. Lewis, John G. Brenner, Charles M. Sitcr, Franklin Fell, Redman Cooper, . John M. Hildcburn, Edward Marklcy, Hillings Cowporthwait, Thaddous Norris, P. L. Laguercnnc, Robert Lindsey, Oliver Fuller, Charles McKeone, Charles D. Reed, C. Sherman, W. Wallace Jcuks, George P. Longhead, Marmaduke Moore, Win. W...

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

TTTriNCHESTER & CO., YY GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, AXIJ Patent Shoulder Seam Shirt Manufactory, At the old stand, No. 706 Chestnut Stroct, Phil'a. OPPOSITE THE 'WASU1XGTOX HOUSE. A. WINCHESTER will give, as heretofore, his personal supervision of the Cutting and Manufacturing departments. Orders for his celebrated stylo of Shirts, Drawers and Collars filled at the shortest notice. Persons, desiring to order Shirts, can be supplied with the formula for measurement, on appliea lion by mail. Constantly on hand, a varied and select stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing goods. ^afr" Wholesale orders supplied on liberal terms. • Nov. '5S.-ly. JW. SCOTT, , [LATE OX' THE KIRM O.F WIMCIIKSTF.lt it SCOTT.] Gentlemen's Furnishing Store and Shirt Manufactory. 814. Chestnut St.. (opposite Girard House.) PluVa J. W. SCOTT would respectfully call the attention of his former patrons aud friends to bis new Store, and is prepared to fill orders for SHIRTS at short notice. A perfect fit guara...

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

LAW BOOKS Recently Published, or in Press, by KAY & BROTHER, Lair. Booksellers, Publishers, tind importers. No, 19 South Sixth Street,. Philadelphia Orders by letter for any of these publications, will be supplied at 11s low prices as though tha parties were here pre.-^nt, mid bound volume.-', sent liv mail prepaid upon the reception of the catalogue Price. „,.,.. Wharton & Stille's American Medical Jurisprudence.—A Treatise of Medical Jurispmdcuco. adapted to the use of Hie profession* of Law and Medicine in the United States. By Francis WJrarton, Esq.. Author of'•American Criminal Law,' '•Precedents of IrKiietmciite." .('.'., and Moretou Ptillc. M. D. 1 vol. SVo.. S-tS pages. Price-&C off. Wharton's American Criminal Law.—fourth and Rented Editwu.—X Treatise 011 the Criminal Law of the United State.-', comprising ft general view of the Criminal Jurisprudence of the Common and Civil Law. a Digest of the Penal Statutes of the General Government, and of Mass...

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

PROVIDE FOR'YOTJR WIFE AND CHILdren. "Many persons resort to beneficial associations to make provision for their families, and there arc many cases in which the funds of a beneficial society have been most useful to a portion of its members. My object is not to undervalue beneficial societies, but to call the attention of the considerate and provident to the fuel-that- a policy of life insurance is the cheapest, and .'safest mode of making a certain provision for one's family. If any one.will look at the tables of life .insurance, they will see that for a very, small sum paid every j-ear for a policy of life insurance, a father secures to his family a very considerable amount: For instance, for about $U per year, a father of SS years of age secures §100, payable to his family, immediately on his death ; for about !?lt> per year, a man of 10 .years of age secures for his family $500, und in like proportion according to the age-s of the parties. Now Yfo know of. no beneficial...

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

11HE AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL AND ITS ADJUNCTS. Just Pkehsjieb, the American Sunday-school and fts Adjuncts. 71if James W. Alexander D.D. One vol. 12mo., muslin. Price T5 cunts. Contents.—General Religious Education, demanded by the actual conditon of American Sucictj - Children instructed to us to be trained for God aud our Country. , The Sunday-school Portrayed. The Bible-school. . ,. The Increase of knowledge by Books, The multitudes of Books aud the Reading and Duties. Reading Habits. Sunday-schools considered as belonging to an Age of Preparation. The Collateral Influence of Sunday-schools upon tho Social Condition off he Poor. The Teachers' Incitement. ' : For Sale by all Booksellers, and bv THE AMERICAN SUNDAY-SCHOOL UNION. 31(5 Chestnut Street,''Ph'ilaiieipbia.

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

THE MERCANTILE HUTTJAL INSURANCE Company of Philadelphia—Office No. 222 Walnut street,opposite the Exchange. MAUINU RISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per Railroads. Canals, Boats, and other carriages. ALL THE PROFITS divided mnuially among the Assured, and ample secured iu cases of losi. DIllKLTOIiS. Edward Harris Miles, Thomas T. Butcher. John M. Odenhcinicr, Algernon E, Ashburncr, Mahlon Williamson, Alfred Fas.-it. Samuel J. Sharpies.-*, Thomas S. Foster, Isaac Jeans, Gustavus English, Henry Prcaut, James H. Sroup, Edward G. James, Alfred Sh.de, William L. Springs, John 11. Brown, Franklin C. Jones, . Charles B. Caistairs, Daniel Haddock Jr., E. C Knight, William Taylor, John l!..Keller-, James Murphy, John P. Steiuer, Wdi. F. Smith, Henry Gramlm, A. J. An tela, Wm. j. C'aner, Samuel L. Oeutzborg. EDWARD HARRIS MLiYES,'Pro<ideut ALFRED FAHSITT, Vice FrcsidJut. JOHN. C. KEEPER, Sewcturv, March li.'IS 1!).

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

IRON FURNITURE! ' ~~ . Every variety of plain and ornamental Iron Furniture on band, or made to order—viz: Bedsteads, Cribs, Trundles. Lounges, Settees. Chairs" Hat anil Umbrclii Stands, Stools, Vases, Spittoons' Brackets, *tc. Public lnslitutious supjilied ici' tA Bedsteads tt'<c, to order, on the most favoraUlc terms Might's Patent sectional spring. Bed Bottom"' (Tlie best in the world.) llain's Patent Sifting Machine for roamifsolur ors, Coul nsliscs, ivc. " Patent Rotary Knife Cleaner—and in:mv other new ;ind useful inventions, for sale at tl)S) jt.. facturf.iis Depot Masonic Hah.; 71.j Qbc ' ,!f St, PHILADELPHIA by * V»<.»uut 1.2S-tf.] . " JAMKS WILLCOX KAY & BROTHER, "" " - Law BooKSKU.ims, ax.u !>.•,., ,,,„,... Aos. ir.fr 79 South fin, *,,,,, l-nira./Z^"'^ pis -Attorneysand students iii want.,?],,.,.hjia: or business men who, «'!,!, j,.gl!f For,, tt^ such us contain much lego! iuiwm-.ti,m'• '"'•wdensed form, willdowcilto write'to v" "' VV°-,U ...

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

Contracted Hoofe. , 'It is a great relief to a horse with contracts-heels to te well shod. Having had ^ fSofivc esperi?nce with this cause of lameness tfe can speak with certainty on some .- 'points not generally understood. In shoe-; ing such feet the owner of the horse muststand by and give directions. "We never saw - a black-smith who knew anything at all about the right way to treat contracted heels. I We mean no disrespect to them, but simply ¥ state our experience in.the matter. The fault may. be in the limited extent of our personal acquaintance among them, but no ... matter. " In the first place the frog must not be cut any. If there ate any loose pieces that look as if they might as well be cut away, let them wear away. Then have the heels par1 cd down until the shoe and the frog will bo of the same height, when the shoe is laid in its place -on the foot. Let the frog take a part of the pressure at every step and that will -widen the heel in a natural manner. Allow no not...

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

. —. &—».~^^-.i » How to Raise Early Potatoes. As I have never seen the plan, adopted here, in raising early potatoes, mentioned in any agricultural paper, I herewith give it. About si^jrQeks. previous to the usual time of planting in'the open ground, mark out a piece, say five or six feet wide, and as long as required, on a dry and.sheltered piece of land; dig out the surface to a depth ^of five or six inches; place boards around, to " keep up loam or sand; then fill to the depth of six inches, with horse or some manure which has been thrown over to produce heat and tread it down lightly, as for a hot-bed and cover the manure with four inches of loam. I keep some in my barn cellar through the winter, to be ready at any time. It is also well to keep the ground covered through the winter; where the bed is to be made, with straw or something to keep out the frost. Then pack your potatoes as close as you can, over the surface, a single thickness: I cover with four inches of...

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

HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION OP - Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Extract Buehu, For Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Weakness, Obstructions, Secret Diseascs.Female Complaints, and all ¦ Diseases of the Sexual Organs, Arisine from Excesses and I 'rprndene.es m Life, and removing all Improper Discharges from the Bladder, Kidneys, or Sexual Organs, whether existing in MALE OR FEMALE, From whatever causes they may have originated, and no matter of how long standing, Giving Health and Vigor to the Frame, and Bloom to the Pallid Cheek. JOYTOTHEAFFUCTEDH! It cures Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers, and removes all the Symptoms, among which will be found, Indisposition to.Exortion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold. Feet, Wakefulness, Dimness of Vision, Languor, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, Often Enormous Appetite, with Dys...

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

LANDRETH'S Agri^iltTiral Warelicaxse. Ao». 21 and 23 South Sixth Street, near the 0&3f± State Bouse, Philadelphia. fllP TEN floors of this spacious building, -a&ilsa erected expressly for the proprietors' trade, are stored with seeds and implements of interest to farmers and gardeners.. Sixty Years Established.—Tho subscribers desire to call the attention of every one interested in farming and gardening to their well selected stock of Agricultural Implements and Machinery, great variety of Horticultural tools. Warranted Garden'axd Flower Seeds. Grass and Field Seeds of the most reliable quality. The agricultural implements sold by us are mostly manufactured at our steam works, Bristol, Pa.. Having fitted up this establishment without regard to expense, with the most complete machinery for tho manufacture of various kinds of agricultural implements, we arc now prepared to supply all articles in this line fully equal, if not superior, to anything of the kind ever b...

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

Tl/rcREA'S CELEBRATED LIQUID GLUE, ItI The Great Adhesive. Most useful article ever Invented, for house, .store aud office, surpassing in utility every other glue, gum, mucilage, paste or cement ever known. Always Ready for Application, Adhesive on Paper, Cloth, Leather, Furniture, Porcelain, Cluna, Marble or Glass. For manufacturing Fancy Articles,. Toys, etc., it has no superior, not only possessing greater strength than any other known article, hut adheres more quickly, leaving no stain where tho parts aro joined. Never Fails. Within the last three years upwards of 250,000 bottles of this justly celebrated LIQUID GLUE have been sold, and the great convenience which it has proved in every case, has deservedly secured for it a demand which the manufacturer has found it, at times, difficult to meet; acknowledged by all who have used it that its merits arc far above any similar article or imitation ever offered to tho public. This GL UE is extensively counterfeited—observe the labe...

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

OAlMOlfOI liJII. NEW ENGLAND SETTLEMET. RARE OPPORTUNITY—TO.ALL WANTING (arms—-in a heaUy place, twenty-five miles from Phiiaicfphin,'on the CJamden and Atlantic railroad New Jersey. ¦ An old estate hasrecently been open ed for sjle, arid the'first division of 10,000 acre.s divided up into farms of twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is of-the .best .quality lor the production of fruits.'griiins, &c. The price is 815 to -320 per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instalments, wilh'in a term of four years, with interest. The terms tire made easy, in order to'insure the rapid improvement of the land, by enabling every industrious man to buy a f:irm. ft is nowbeing extensively improved hy good roads, and some of the best citizens from New Knglimd, and the Middle Stales are erecting large improvements It is a scene of the .greatest improvement out- of Philidelphia Seventy-five houses have been built in four, months. Practical farmers and business men from I he length ann bre...

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

Howard Association • • .'PiSSLABJELPElSA. A Benevolent' ¦ Institution 'established by special Endowment for the Relief of .the Hick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in. view o! the awful destruction oi'human life caused by Sex ual diseases, and the deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate \ietims of such diseases by Quaiks, several years ago directed their ConsultingSurueon, ns a CHARITABLE. ACT worthy of iheir name,'to opon a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, in all iheir forms, and to give MLCD1CAL ADVICE GRATIS to all who apply by letter, with a description of their condition, (age, occupation, habits of lire. 4e.) and in case of extreme poverly, to FURNISH MEDICARES FRKK OF CHARGE. It is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skill of the age.und will furnish the most approved modern treatment. The Directors of the Association in their Annual Report upon the treatment of S...

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

(MtTIFICATES, PAIN ERADICATOR! MESSRS. GREKN & MmEliN—. , . Genltemen:—For the last three years, I have been subject to Neuralgia of the most severe character-r-at one time confined to my room for three months with it, and subject to return as often as I got wet or wnsiin the damp I tried a great many remedies for it.'but found no permanent relief until f got Rev. Gbo^'1 Miles' Pain Ep.adicator, as pre paved by you, which has never failed to cradidaieihc ffSin, when applied. 1 also,use it for Sore Throat, with the same good efToct, and know ofit beinjused for Rheumatism, with good results. I believe if to beagood medicine for' the above-named diseases, and no humbug, and would'coidially reco inmend il to all suffering with cither Neuralgia 6r Rheumatism. .:..'- JOHN M'CALMONT. Messrs. Grekn $¦ M'Meen :—T have used Geo. I. Miles' Pain liradicator, prepared by you, for lhe 5S henmntiSm in my shoulder, and found great relief would r'ocoinmend it to others similarly affected. ...

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

She World is CHikX-X-ES-JiSS.© to PRODUCE ITS EQUAL for durability, simplicity, cheapness of const ruclion, and case with which it can he kept in motion, and lhe At the New York State Fair, held at Buffilo, on the 6ih. 7th. 8th and 9ih of October. 1857, lhe Young America was awarded the HIRST IJ«tSi" ftlluAi. Any amount of testimony mi^hi be given in be half ol" this machine, but it is entirely unnecessary, as it does nol fail to recommend itself to all who wilness its operation. SS'Faniiera and oihers, desirous ofpurchasing a convenienimacii.no, should first examine lhe Young America before buying anv oilier sheller. For sab' only by " J.G. KURTZ, Oct. 1. 185S Bellefonte, Pa, Of TrJB ^ s^ »p-T j'pnH -' ^* S I mL & ' —•» UJ 8 ^rlftSKi »-d ^ 3- e*-.* .«P& o 3 '"' sSslslaiwJ - ivi k. v WBw s a S4 is &31if £- m fc ^ipP "L IS Kj, tn K| jL^-'i- ^ =a kr -" . ^feC^wS-^^-ri^Srliw^Sr p-g-^ -> ffi05&@m[M .K5 isa p9 THE WONDER OF THE TIMES AMERICA ...

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