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

GREAT INDUCEMENT TO CAPITALISTS. The PHG5NIX COMPANY, having purchased what is known as the "Burnt Mill Property," near Bellefonte, would respectfully invito' the attention of capitalists and business men. to the great inducements this property offers for investment. It is situated,.a*theTevmini of the Snowshoe/the Bellefonte Branch of the Tyrone and Lock Haven, and the Tyrone and Clearfield Railroads, and also at the termiuus of the Spring Creek and Bald Eaglo navigation. These railroads aro rapidly progressing towards completion, and will afford a direct communication with Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg. It possesses ono of the best water powers in Central' Pennsylvania. From its admirable location, and surrounded by a country remarkably fertile in mineral and agricultural resources, it offers peculiar advantages for manufactories of all kinds. The mill sfte is unsurpassed in Central Pennsylvania. In addition, it possesses ample water power for a first class Foundry and Ma...

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

EEVIERE HOUSE, LEWISBURG , UNION CO.. PA. ' R. G, KETZEL, Proprietor jggf The above " house, . formerly ' known as Kline's Hotel, - has .been refitted and furnished throughout/and willbe kept in tho boat style the country affords. The proprietor" hopes^ttiatjiy strict attention to.ljusiness he wiltrcecive a share of public patronage. .;.i.'_ -.1 [^marlO/a?.] DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES. FRESH ARRIVAL! WILSON & BROTHERS aro now opening .an assortment of new and fashionable Dry Goods, which they offer to the public at the very lowest possible. CASH PRICES. Having.entirely abolished tho credit system, and being determined to do business hereafter on a cash basis, they will bo enabled to supply their customers and the public with the best stock tho eastern market affords. Particular attention is invited to a large selection of ladies' Dress Goods, Bayadere and Fancy Opera Cloths, Dc-Beges Mid Cashmeres, Black . and colored (all wool) Delaines, Persian Robes, French Merinos, Fr...

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

FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. The latest. Cheapest and best Stock of READ Y MADE CL O THING. ' WM. M'CLELLAN respectfully informs his old customers and the public that ho has received one of tho largest and host selected stocks of Ready Made Clothing, as well as a large and select assortment of Cloths, Casimers, Satinetts, Satins, &e„ ever offered to the 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 hecn selected with great ^are, 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 largo 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 most cele...

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

WHOLESALE AND BETAIX CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE STORE. T. F. 30ALICH respectfully informs the public, and his old friends aud customers, that ho has just open?4 one of the largest 5tocks of Boots and Shoes ever presented to tho peop-? 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 [he excelled for quality" and 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 MoNROESjWith au assortment of all kinds, suitahlo for dress aud common every day use. Ladies' Shoes and Gaiters, of the latest style, suitable for/the season^ and of cverv quality. The attention o£ tho ladies is particularly invited to 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 countv...

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

OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE. BELELFONTE, PA. TAE undersigned respectfully inform their friends aud tho public generally, that they have purchased the Drug and Chemical Store lately owned by Rev. Brittain, and known as the Bellefonte Dispensar.y." in Brokerhoff's Row, 2 doors, south of the Penn'a Hotel, and nearly opposite the Conrad House, whore they have on hand a large assortment, and will be regularly receiving fresh supplies of carefully selected Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Surgical and Dental Instruments, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, Brashes, Combs, Stationery, Fancy Articles, Spices, Perfumery, &c. All the-PATENT MEDICINES of the Day. Pine Oil, Lard and Fluid Lamps,, of every description ; fresh Pine Oil and Burning Fluid always on hand. Also, Lamp Globes. PURE WINES AND LIQUORS (or medical purposos. They will also keep constantly on hand the best Havana and Principe CIGARS, with a complete assortment of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO and SNUFF. ...

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

FRESH ARRIVAL OF FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS, Groceries and Hardware. THE subscriber has just received from Philadelphia and New York, a large and well selected stock of Dry Goods and Groceries, which ho is determined to dispose of at prices to suit the times, The stock embraces a full variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS,,'Mous. de Laines, Coburg, Do Bege, Alpaca, Marine Plaids, French Merina, Dovitte Cloth, Wool de Laines, Plaid Flannel for children, Sack Flannels at all prices. Wool and Cotton Flannels of all colors, Dress Silks of every var iety and color. LADIES' FANCY GOODS—Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Capes, Gloves, Collars, Hcad-Dresses, Fall-Shawls and Cloth Cloaks of the latest style and at prices to suit the times. Muslins, Calicos and Lawns;' Domestic and French Ginghams, and Ten-quarter Sheeting. -A.full variety of CLOTHS and CASIMEIIS , of tho latest stylo and lowest prices. Clothing for Men and Boys. Overcoats, from $5 to $15. Satin, Velvet, Plush, and Cloth Vests, at all prices....

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

NEW STOCK OF BOOTS, SHOES and HATS, AT BURNSIDE'S, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL IF you . want to see an assortment of cheap Boots and Shoes, go to Burnside's. WATER-PROOF BOO.TS at Burnside's. LET ALL the- people call and examine the Boots and Shoes at Burnside's before purchasing elsewhere. A SAVING of- 25 per cent by buying your boots and f hoes at Burnside's. A LIBERAL deduction made to those who buy to sell again. THIRTY . different kinds of. ladies' shoes at Burnside's. ' CITY made boots and shoes at prices to suit the times, at Burnside's. : THE largest stock of boots- and shoos ever brought to Bellefonte, at Burnside's. AT Burnside's cheap Boot and Shoe Store we study to please. . LEATHER of all descriptions at Burnside's DUPONT'S fine double glazed Rirto Powder, and Ely's English water-proof Caps for hunters, at Burnside's. SHOE Findings of all descriptions at Burnside's. ; HIDES, Skins and Furs, bought at Burnside's. ' Sept.- 17: 1858. ¦ .; . ' .

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

A LARGE supply of superior Water' and Sugal CBACKERS, from the celebrated manufactory of-R. .& J jDavis," Pittsburg,, just received and for sale at the new store 60 '-(Ji'M-BRIDE. - A W.RAND'S SELF-CLEANING FTJEKACE. • Boynton's Patent.—All persons wishing their houses effectually, and economically warmed, should examine carefully this celebrated and scientific furnace, being entirely different from anything else in the market, as all portions arc at the same time evenly, but not over heated, thereby rendering it a continual' radiator, insuring purity of air aud success in all ease?. Tho following testimonial, selected from many received, is fooni one of the largest public institutions in tho United States, heated effectually-by hot-air furnaces : Philadelphia C'ou.vrr Prison. Juno 12. '50. To A. W. Rand—Dear Sir:—At a meeting of the Board of Inspectors of the Philadelphia County Prison, held June 9th, lS5(i, the following preamble was adopted, and resolutions unanimou...

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

A CARD. Philadelphia, Pa. The 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 the popular Bank Note Reporter of Inilay ABickncII. Having published Van Court's Counterfeit Detector since 1839, the undersigned reluctantly parts with his old friends and subscribers, but thisrcluetance is lessened by the conviction that in l'mlay & Biekncll's Bonk note Reporter thoy will receive a work that matches the times. J. VAN COURT. Dec. 20, 1S5S NOTICE.—All subscriptions to Imlay and Biekncll's BANK NOTE REPORTER are 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 COIXS OF THE WORLD! now in press by Imlay & Bicknell, will be given to all old an d new...

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

PHILADELPHIA IN&'JUANCE C03EPANY. Office No. U Walnut St., ,<?cntiiv.'cst corner of Dock, upon the mutual plan. Fire Insurance.—Buildings, merchandize, fur-' niture, and property of every description, in town or'country, insured agains loss or damage by lire, either for a limited period or perpetually, at established rates. " - Marine Insurance.—Vessels, freights and cargoes, foreign or coastwise, insured under open or special policies, at tbe lowest rate of premiums. - Inlaid Transportation Risks.—Merchandise of every description, per wagons, cars, steamboats and canal boats; on roads, railroads, canals, rivers or lakes, insured on the most liberal terms. ¦ directors. Joseph Cowperthwoit, • William D.Lewis, John G. Brenner, Charles M. Sitcr, Franklin Fell," - , Rodman Cooper, John M. Hildeburn, Edward Marklcy, Hillings Cowporthwait, Thaddcus Norris, P. L. Lagucrenne, Robert Lindsey, Oliver Fuller, Charles McKeone, Charles D. Reed, C. Sherman, W. Wallace Jenks, Ge...

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

C C H OOL ^ BOp KS. miss Seed's readers; The Child's First Reading Book of Prose and Poetry. By Mary J. Rccd. 18mo. The Child's Second Reading Book of Prose and Poetry. By Mary J. Rccd. 18mo. The New Enrland Primer. The Sunday and Parish-School Primer. 12mo. Beautifully illustrated. A liberal discount to the Trade, and to Schools. KING & BAIRD, . 1.47.] No. 607 Sansojn St., Phila, TO THE PUBLIC! In Fourth-street, Philadelphia, . A few doors below Chestnut, on the icest si'tfc, is A beautiful improvement—"WM. H. MAURICE'S Blank Book and Stationary Store, Sign of the "SPREAD EAGLE," And a handsome set of BLANK BOOKS, Where tho Proprietor will always be found at his post, ready and willing to welcome all iiis old friends and patrons, and as many new ones as may want anything iu his lino, at the lowest prices for cash. IRON FURNITURE. Every variety of plain and ornamental Iron Furniture on hand, or made to order—viz: Bedsteads, Cribs, Trundles, Lounges, Settees, Chairs, Ha...

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

NEAV WORK FOR AGENTS. The Life, Speeches, and Memorials of m DANIEL WEBSTER, ' Containing his most Celebrated Orations, A seleetion from the Eulogies delivered an the occasion of his Death, and his life and Times. B Y SAM UEL M. SMUCKER. A. M. ' This splendid work" is just published, in nno large volume of 550 pages. It is printed on tine paper, and bound in beautiful style : contains excellent tint iliii.'trations of his Birthplace aud Mansion at Marslificld': and a full-length, lifelike. Steel Portrait. The ¦Publisher oilers it with confidence to the American public, and is convinced that it will supply an important want in American literature. No worx was to" bo obtained heretofore, within a compact, suitable and convenient compass, the chief events of the lilb of Daniel Webster, his most remaritaMc intellectual efforts, and the most valuable and interesting eulogies which tho great men of tho nation uttered in honor of bis memory. ^ Wc present all these treasures in this volum...

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

"VjrriNCHESTER & CO., > > G ENTLEMEN'S FU RNISHING STORE', AND FatSnt Shoulder Seam-Shirt Manufactory; At the old stand, So. TOG Chestnut Struct, Phii'in opposite the Washington'hocsb. : A. WINCHESTER will giyc, as heretofore, his personal supervision of the Cutting and Manufacturing departments. Orders for his ceicbrsttcd style of Shirts, Drawers and Collars filled at tho shortest notice. Persons desiring Jo order Shirts, can he supplied with the formula for measurement, on application by mail. Constantly on hand, a varied and select stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing goods. . aSS* Wholesale orders supplied.on liberal terms. FARMERS and Stock Growers. Ci/MMi-Vcs' Celebrated FEED CUTTEr, For Cutting llxr, Straw."and Cornstalks, by hand or horse power, decidedly the best machine in use. N» Farmer or Stock-Grower should be without one. Manufactured at the Lewisburg Agi'ie(tltural.Works,.by 1. S. Majsh & Co., and warranted to give satisfaction. Call and g...

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

tmmv't f sprtrart Sow to Balsa every Live-born Lamb. Feeding weak Jambs vritli fresh coiv's milk is often indispensable ; the old methods of doing this are loo troublesome, hut in the following manner a dozen or move may he fed with little or no difficulty,'1 find in the same time one could he in the common way, while the lambs need not be taken from the ewes. Stooping down take up thu lamb by grrsping its right foreleg at the fetlock with the three last fingers of the right hand (the thumb and forefingers touching the ground), at the same time taking its left foreleg in the same manner with the left hand—then raise"up lifting it, hanging by its forelegs, with its back towards you—holding its head a few inches under your chin. Insert the thumb and forefinger of each hand into its mouth, elevating- and prying it wide open. Then allow a stream of cow's milk to flow slowly into the lamb's mouth from your men mouth, as fast as it ears swallow. The milk will strangle it a little, a...

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

look well after the 2rarm Stock. As the Winter wanes, the farm stock requires all our attention. If they have been well looked after thus far, thoy are in good condition, of course. In the coldest weather the coarse fodder can be niost economically fed out, and the stock will readily eat what, in soft weather, they would reject or but barely taste. "We believe in stable or shed feeding,- mainly, but on most farms there is always a certain amount of rough fodder that is quite-as well to be fed outside in the open yards or in the fields: and it should be done where the'ground is either frozen, or covered with snow. -Cattle may be even driven out, and fed at field stacks, in some cases to advantage, but not exposed to driving winds, or heavy storms. In such times they should always be sheltered, if possible. Milch-cows should now be looked after, avid kept warm and comfortable at night, with plenty of sweet hay, and warm bedding. Calves,"Iambs, and colts should be well sheltered, w...

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

EELMBOLB'5 GENUINE PREPARATION - op Highly Concentrated Compound Fluid Estraet Buchu, For Diseases of the Bladder, Kid7icys, .Gravel, Dropsy, Weakness, Obstructions, Secret Diseases, Female Complaints, and all' - Diseases of the Sexual- Organs, Arising from Excesses and Imprudencies in Life, and removing ail Improper Discharges from the "Bladder, Kidneys, or Sexual Organs, whether existing iu MALE OR FEMALE, From whatever causes they may have originated, ASH NO JfATTEll OP HOW LONG STASHING, ¦ Giving Health and Vigor to the Frame, and Bloom to the Pallid Check. JOY TO TH£ AFFLICTED!!-! It cures Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers, and removes all the Symptoms, among which will be fount!, Indisposition to Exertion, Loss of Power, -Loss of Memory, Difficulty fcf Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror ef Death, Night Sweats, Cold " Peet, Wakefulness. Dimness of Vision, Languor, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System, Often Enormous...

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

• • e£Ii©I,„l;d J.IiRlS. r\ TEW ENGLAND SETTLHhMET. E AREOPPORTUNITY—TO ALL WANTING farms—in a beaky place, twenty five miles from Philaielphin, on the Csmtlen ami-Atlantic railroad New .'ersey. An old estate, has recently been open cd for tile, and the«nrsi division of 10,000 acres divided tip into farms'of twenty acres and upwards — Thesoilis of the be.-.t quality'for the production of fruits, grains, &C The price is S15 to §20 per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instalments, within a term of four years, with interest'. -The terms are madeeasyi-in order to iiisuie (he-rapid improvement tot the land, by enabling every, industrious man to buy if-Oirm.-'it is now heini; extensively iinpi.oved by goud toads', and some of the best citizens lrn:n Mew I.Mi2;laiid,an<i the Middle Stales urn erectm" large improvements ll. i» a scene ol the greatest improvement out of Pliilidelphia Scvcnn-hi'e bouses bayeibeei^'biiilt-in - (.our looalhs. Practical farmers.and business....

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

Howard Ass-vc.i'atidfl . .. PHIl.AOEi.PBBIA'. -. . A Benevolent Institution established by special Endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases. THE HOWARD''ASSOCIATION, in view o! the awful'dcs'trttciion gl'.humiin life caused by Sex ual diseases, and the 'deception's practiced upon the unfortunate uetiiris of such "diseases by Quacks, several years ago directed their Consulting Surgeon, as a CHARITABLE ACT worthy of their name, to bpon a Dispensary Uir.tlie treatment of this clats of diseases, iii all ¦ heir lorms. a'tid tri give MEDICAL AOV1CK GRATIS t.i all who apply by lett.tr. with a description of their'condition, (age, occupation, habits" dill e, 4c.) and in case of extreme poverty. " to" FURiNlMl MEDICNIES FREE OF CHAUUE. ll is needless to add that the Association commands the highest Medical skilj of the age.arul will furnish the most approved modern treatment ;: The Director's"of the Association in their Annual Re...

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

CERTIFICATES. PAIN ERADICATOR! MESSRS. GREEN & M'MEEN— . Geni.temen-—For the-lasl three years. I have been subject lo Neuralgia of the most severe character—at one time confined .to my room for three months with it, and subject to return as often as 1 got wet or was in the damp' "I tried a great many remedies for it. but found no permanent relief until 1 goi Rev. Geo. I Miles' Pain Ekadicator, as pre pared by,you, which has never failed to cradidiiieihe pain, when applied. 1 also use it for Sore Throat, with, the same goojleflbct, and know ol it being used for Rheumatism, with good results, 1 believe it to be a good in edict tie for the above-named diseases, and no humbug, and would eo'dially reco mmend ii to all suffering ivitH cither Neuralgia or Rheumatism, - ' . JOHN M'CALMONT. Messrs. Green ^ M'Meen:—T have used Geo. Miles' Pain Eradicator, prepared by you, for the beutnatism in my shoulder, and found great relief". would recommondit to others similarly affected -•¦'-...

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

The World is OHAI.I.E2I, 0BB. to PRODUCE 1 IS EQUAL for durability, simplicity, cheapness of construction, and ease with which it can be kept in motion, and the At the New York Slate. Fair, held at Buffalo, on the 6ih, 7th, 8th and 9th of October 185/,, the Youn""America was awarded the FIKSI I »I' -' ililJUf. - . . : .- .'' Any amount of testimony might be given in be half of this machine, but it is entirely unnecessary, as it does not fail to recommend itself to all who witness its operation. 03-Farmers and others, desirous of purchasing n convenient machine, should first examine ihe Young America before buying anv other sheller. For saltonly by J.G..KURTZ, Oct 1. 1858 Bellefonte. Pa, THE W-3.VDER OF THS PI ME S AMERICA-. 0 -j «, . Ct ^ z Ml . si uI Wk' § § ^ s. ^yfj "r ?& tri $j|| 1 0° KB fca • '.^f - - .-?S

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