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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

J8@-During,our visit to. Lowell we were shown through, the Laboratory of our celebrated countryman, Dr. J. C. Ayer. Scarcely could we have-believed what is seen there without p*oof beyond disputing. They consume a barrel of solid Pills, about 60,000 doses.'and 3 barrels of Cherry Pectoral, 120,000 doses, per diem. To what an inconceivable amountof human suffering does this point! 170,000 doses a day!! Fifty million of doses per year!!!_ What acres and thousands of acres of sick beds does*this spread before the imagination! True, not all of this is taken by the very sick, but alas, much of it is. This Cherry Drop and this sugared Pill are to be the companions of pa'n and anguish and sinking sorrow—the inheritance our mother Eve bequeathed to the -whole family of man. Here the infant dtirlino- has been touched too early by the blight that withers half our race. Its little lungs are affected, and onlywatching and waiting shall tell which way its breath shall turn. This red drop on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

JJ^-In. the United States District Court, in Philadelphia, Isaac Letcher was found guilty of passing counterfeit quarter-dollars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

TOWN ANDOOUNTRY. Xove and Eriendsliip. ' "Mr. Yellowplush, I have just been thinking what curious emotions Love and Friendship create, and I cannot for the life of me •dismiss the thought of their mysterious influence. Was you ever in love, Charley ?" This effort, at a conversation and a question <on the part of Charley's friend, rather startled him from his accustomed equanimity, •and before he could answer his perturbed friend, he was aslced, "What is love ?" "My friend, you need an emetic. Your stomach is certainly out of order, or you would not accost aman of my yearswith such questions Take my advice, and have Doctor Potter feel your pulse aud bead. Tou need medicme, " sir, exercise also, both of which hell reclushits ommend." "See here, Mr. Yellowp , my opinion jou don't know what is Jovcl and as for medicine, I think that you need a small dose, if its only to smooth your ternper. Can't you tell me what love is?" "My friend, in all the varied action of our minds, in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

St. Patrick's Day.—Doctor Ilnyton, of Bedford, will lecture in the Court House, this evening, on St. Patrick, for the benefit of St. John's Church. The subject is one of great religious interest, and the lecturer every way qualified to discuss it. Dr. Hayton is known to some of the older citizens, having preached in Bellefonte nearly thirty years ago. His friends and the public will have an opportunity of hearing one of the ablest divines in the State, and also of contributing toward a worthy object. Excellent Appointments.—We understand that our young friends,' William P. Macmanus, and E. M. Buchanan, have been appointed Assistant Engineers'on the Sunbury and Erie Railroad. . Both these gentlemen are deservedly popular at home, and the fact of their appointment to positions of such trust, evinces the high reputation which they possess abroad.' We congratulate them on the honor and emoluments they are about to gain. 8@" The Fenci.bl.es propose dedicating their now Armory to-mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

THEE MARKETS. Reported for the Central Press. Bellefonte, March 16, 1S59.. A large quantity of provision of all kinds continues to 1)0 shipped to tho river towns of Clearfield county, and other points on the Susquehanna, hut tho shipments have only a tendency to make an active market without increasing prices. All kinds of grain are steady -at last week's quotations, yet the market must have a, downward tendency, hefore long, owing to tho cheering accounts of the growing crops in this and other counties, which are represented to be very promising in appearance. Immense quantities of wheat were sown in the vallics last Autumn—arid perhaps more- acres sown in rye than during any former season, in this region of the State. If these crops yield as they promise, the revenue of thecounty will bo immense and profitable. The Grain coming in now is of a fair quality. A demand for Oats continues/and we hear some ¦complaints of a scarcity of good Oats for seeding. Corn arid Cloversced also...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

G ROVEE & BAKER'S CELEBRATED Family Sewing. Machines 495 Broadway, New York. A STEW STYIiE—Price, $50. This maehin'c sews from two spools, as pureased from the store, requiring no re-winding of thread. It IIesis, Fells, Gathers and. Stitches in a superior style, finishing each seam by its own operation, without recourse to the hand needle, as,is required by other machines. It will do better and cheaper sewing tl «-i 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. MARRIED. On the 22d of February, the Rev. Mbrehead, Mr. ISAAC CARTER to Mrs; MARY A. QEHRET all of Centre county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

DIED. In this Borough, on the 2Sth ult, Hahil ton Homes, Esq., in tho 70th year of his age. [OBITITART.—COMMUNICATED.) Scarcely a day passes over our heads withou* bringing to notice some circumstance calculated to remind us of the certainty of death. If this matter were more thoroughly taken into consideration and properly estimated, wo would be better citizens and better christians. Again has an impressive warning came to teach us that in that in the midst of life we are in death, by the decease of Hamilton Humes, Esq. of this borough. Mr. Humes was a native of Lancaster county in this State, emigrated to Bellcr fonte in the Spring of 1810, where he remained np to the time of his death. For forty years he was connected in the mercantile business, where Ms assiduity, skill, and fidelity in all his engagements, secured public confidence. Ho was appointed Post Master at Bellefonte by Return J. Meigs, Post Master General under President Madison, and retained in that office from that...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

IN the matter of the sale of the Real Estate of Jno. R. Tate with Notice to Jeremiah Eckenrod, Terrctenant. In the Court of Common Pleas of Centre co. THE undersigned, appointed by the Court, ah Auditor to distribute &e. the money arising from the sale above named, will attend to tho duties of his appointment at his office in Bellefonte, on Monday the 11th day of April next, at 1 o'clock P. M. JAS. H. RANKIN, March 17th, 1859.—td. Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

CO-PARTNERSHIP.—ISAAC MAY has associated with him, in the Mercantile Business, MARX LCEB, and tho firm and business will heroafter bo conducted in the names of Mar. 17th, '5?. MAY <fc LCEB. . .TVTE'W BOOK STORE, 1 * Bishop Street, Bellefonte, Pa. SAMUEL F. SCHWARTZ <fc CO., respectfully inform the citizens of Bellefonte and Centre county, that they have opened anew -WSfag, BOOK AND STATIONARY rJPgP'. Si3<££»C£>m^3 vnfiiimtnJF in Bishop Street, two doors below Allegheny, immediately opposite tho old Temperance Hotel, where they offer a large stock of wefl selected Books and Stationary, embracing the Standard British and American Poots, School Boeks, in great variety, Bibles, all sizes, and Miscellaneous Books generally. In STA TIONAR rtkey have all sizes of Writing, Letter,, and Note Paper, which will be sold at very low prices. Also, Blank Books of all sizes and at low prices, with a large supply of Envelopes. STEEL PENS of British and American manu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

TO BtTSINESS MEN. A HARE CHANCE - is offered to enterprising young men to engage in a business which will yield the handsomest profits, by selling a ma-ehino for Shelling Corn, which sells readily at a very low price in the counties where the machine is manufactured. It has been recently patented, and has twice drawn the "highest premiums at two consecutive State Fairs in New.York. Patent Rights for Clinton, Lycoming, Mifflin, Blair, Huntingdon, and a few other counties, are yet in market, and will be disposed of if applied for soon. Letters for infofmation, addressed to the Press office, will he promptly answered. March 17, 1859. •'A soft and fair skin is the firstattribute of beauty.'' THE GLYCERIN TABLET-—An elegant, hygienic appliance of solidified Glycerin for Rough, Red or chapped Skin, Sore Lips, or Incidental iniiamation* - * It never gets rancid. Its action is better and its effect morelasting than that of either.Cold Cream .or liquid Glicerin, besides it neither soils ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

What the Press Say. • ostar's" Exterminators are invaluable remedies for clearing houses of all sorts of vermin. With all confidence wo recommend them.—N. Y. Daily State Register. • "Costar's" remedies for all domestic pests, such as Rats, Roaches, Bed-Eugs, Ants, Fleas, Ac. arc invaluable; we can speak from actual knowledge of their merits. Druggists and Dealers should send their orders early, if they would secure a trade iu them.—JV. Y. Journal. r • "I shall write something aboufryour Exterminators, as I can" do so wtth propriety. They are selling rapidly here and destroying all vermin.—Ed. "Banner," Fayette, Mo. "Death to all Vermin." As Spring approaches, Ants and Roaches. From their holes come out, And Mice and Rats, Jn spite of Cats, Gaily skip about. Bed-Bugs bite You, in the night, As on the bed you slumber, While Insects crawl Thro' chamber and hall. In squads without number. . It is trnly wonderful with what certainly. Rats Roaches, Mice, Moles, Ground Mice, Bod-bugs, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

WOOL! WOOL! WOOL ! WOOL! . Spring Creek Woolen Manufactory. Robert Kendall, in connection with Samuel Houser, have commenced business anew at the old stand on Spring Creek, under the firm of KENDALL & HOUSES, where their highest ambition will bo to render satisfaction to all who may favor them with a lock of wool, or otherwise. The public generally may rely upon obtaining GOODS OF A SUPERIOR QUALITY from their wagons or at the factory, as we purpose not to bo surpassed by any similar establishment in the country. Our long connection and business transactions at this place heretofore, will we trust, be a sufficient guarantee for the future. You will all please remember that our wagons will be around in duo time to exchange goods for wool, of which we anticipate a generous "pile." Cloths, satinet, Flannels, Carpeting, shawls,' Coverlets, stocking Yarn,and SOME MONEY, always on hand to exchange for WOOL, &c. ROLL CARDING well done at 6i cents pet pound. The senior par...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 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 The Foundry is in complete order,, with two CUPALOS, one 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 a"t tho 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 ono of the best water powers in tho country. Being the only machine shop in tho 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. 18, 1859. ("Lycoming Gazette please copy 4t.]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

REMOVAL OP THE BELLEFONTE LIVERY. THE public is respectfully informed that the 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 in Central Pennsylvania, and he; feels assured that he cau confidently claim a large share of patronage. The horses attached to these stables are gentle and fast, and can bo driven with the utmost safety. The stock of vehicles comprises almost every variety, from tho. comfortable family carriage to light aud easy riding sulkies. Careful, Experienced and Sober Drivers "can always be cmployed. Horses and carriages furnished at any hour of the day or night, if application bo made to the undersigned, who can always be found either at the Conrad House or at the stables. Bellefonte, Feb. 18, ,59.-tf. M.'RUNKEL. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

LOST—A CERTIFICATE OF ST-OCK, No. 296, for two shares of stock in the Susquohaan River and North and West Branch Telegraph Company, which was owned by tho late Hannah Green, of Milesburg, Centre Co., Pa. An person finding said certificate and returning the same to Alfred Green, Milesburg. shall be liberally rewarded. CAROLINE G. WATSONMarch 10, '59. ALFRED GREEN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

JUST RECEINED—Putnam's Patent WINJJOW-BLINB ROLLERS, at tbe store of ' ' -' TONNER& STEEL..... F3ESE MACKEREL—Hnlf.Barrels, J Do. and Kits,attne8tore-of TOWNER & STEEL, i TIME 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 returned from the east, the underfill signed is n'riw ready with a large stock of E7\Clocks, Watches and Jewelry, and an SSEiigiassortment of FascyArticles of all kinds and qualities, SILVER WARE, &C. Notwithstanding the "panics" his stock is fully as large and complete as ever, and as his goods are selected with great care from the manufacturers of the eastern cities, of the latest styles, ho feels "confident of giving satisfaction to all. His stock consists of fine Gold and Silver open face and hunter ease full jeweled English Patent and Detached Lever Watches;—Also"r<epines and Quartiors. Jewelry of every style which can be found ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

TTTM. S. TRIPPLE. . YV MERCHANT TAILOR. N. E. Cor Diamond, Bellefonte, Pa. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, that he has., just returned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, which he is now. opening at his old stand, one door east of tho Post Office. His stock consists in part of Black, Blue andBrown FRENCH CLOTHS, Sill mixed Coating, Cashmere and White Duck for COATS, Black Doe Skin and Fancy Summer Cassimcres, arid Linen Drill for PANTS, Black Satin, Figured Silks, and White and Figured Marseilles for VESTINGS, which he will make tip to order in styles to suit the taste of customers, on short 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 gctl'ng their work well done at his shop. Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of the same...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

FRESH ARBIVAL OF DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Ac. TONNES, & STEEL have just received, direct from Now York and Philadelphia, and are now opening,, the largest and best stock of goods ever presented to the people of Centre 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, Casimcrs, Satinetts, &a. The stock of Ready Made Clothing is such as will suit all tastes, and at prices lower than can be purchased elsewhere. Particular attention is requested to the amount of HARDWARE now offered for sale, and the trade will find it to their interest to examine this Stock before nurchasing elsewhere. Queensware, Groceries, Fish, Salt, &c. Afull supply, which will be dispd;Rd of in quantities to Suit purchasers, at prices to moei iietimes. ^ Our old friends and the public aro invited to g'TS '.'3 a call. TONNER & STEEL. Northwest corner of the .D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 March 1859

EXCELSIOR SHAVING SALOON. AHegheny Street. Bellefonte, Pa. A PROCLAMATION I—To all to whom these presents viay 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 them a cutting reception, and completely divest their physiognomy of nature's unseemly productions. AND FURTHER, .as the" times are getting good, and the banks making specie payments, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my subjects. WITNESS my $S~ and the Great Seal of my 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 — 17 March 1859

NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! CHAS. McSRIDE respectfully informs his fr iends and tho public generally, that ho has just received at his store, corner of Allegheny and Bishop streets, a general supply of FJjfkL AND WINTER GOODS, consisting of. COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, SYRUP. SPICES, SALT, SOAP, GLASS, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE and CUTLERY, Boots and Shoes of the first quality and all sizes, Stoneware, Water and Sugar Crackers, Corn Brooms, Buckets, Rubbers, Clothes Lines, &c. Ready Made Clothing, Flannel Shirts and Crawors, Muslins^ prime Hosiery, Hats aud Caps, Gloves, Trimming,s &e. Call and see, as,ho intends to sell very low for cash, or exchange for marketing at cash prices. Bellefonte, Oct. 29, '5S.-ly. DRUG AND CHEMICAL STORE, F. P. GREEN, having refitted and replenished the old established Drug and Chemical Store. in Bellefonte, with a new and large assortment of Drugs, Chemicals, Perfumery & Toilet Articles, respectfully invites a continuance of tho patronage whic...

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