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

THE LIVER INVIGORATOK ! PREPARED BY DR. SANF0RD. ' Compounded Entirely from GUMS, IS one bfthe best Purgative and Liver Medicine now before the public, and acts as a Caiha'-lit easier, milder and more: effectual than iinynihei medicine known. -It is not only a Cathartic but a Liver remedy, acting.first on the Liver to ejeci its morbid matter, thus accomplishing two pnr'posei eleclnally. without any of the painful feelings experienced in the operations of most Cathartics It strengthens the system at the same time that h purges il. and when taken daily in moderate doses, u ill strengthen and build il up with unusual.ra. diiv. ." The LIVER is one at tiighi loosens the ol'the principal regu ^ ~, bowels pertly and cure> lalots of lhe,.huniaiif-!-4.iCn3tiveiiess.. ----Ijodv; and when il per- One dose taken after fiinns its functionswell^} each me.-d will cure the powers of the sys- Dyspepsia.' tern are fully developer! -, {KTOne dose'of two The stomach is almost^™' tepspoonfull...

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

A BEAUTILFU HEAD OF RICH &LOSS1T HAIR. Completely Preserved To ttie Greatest Age. AND who thai is gray would not have il restored 10 former color; or bald but would have ihe growth restored, or troubled with dandruff/ and itching but wou'd have it temoved, or troubled with scrofula, scald head or other eruptions hut' would be cured, u.r with sick headache, (neuralgia) but would be cured. It will also remove all' pimplcfroin the face and skin. Prof-VV' ood's'Hair re-to rative will do ail 'his. See circular and the follow tug • Ann Arbor, Nov. 5, 18t,6. ProfO J. Wood—Dear Sir: 1 have heard mnc said of the wonderful effects of your Hair Resto rative, bin having been so often cheated by quack ery and qua< k'nosiroms, hair dyes, A.c., l-wasdis posed to place your Restorative in the same i-aie' gory with the thousand anil one loudly trumpeted quack remedies, until 1 met you in Lawrence county some months since, when von gave me such assurance as induced Ihe trial of you...

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

Scrofula, or King's Evil, is a constitutional disease, a corruption of the blood, by -which this fluid becomes vitiated, ¦ weak, and poor. Being in the circulation, it pervades the -whole body, and may burst out in disease on any part of it. No organ is free from its attacks, nor is there one -which it may not destroy. The scrofulous taint is variouslycaused by mercurial disease, low living, disordered or unhealthy food, impure air, filth and filthy habits, the' depressing vices, and, above all, by the venerea"! infection. Whatever be its origin, it is hereditary in the constitution, descending "from parents to children unto the third and fourth generation;" indeed, it seems to be the rod of Him-who says, "I ¦ will visit the iniquities of the fathers upon their children." Its effects commence by deposition from the blood of corrupt or ulcerous matter, which, in the lungs, liver, and internal organs, is termed tubercles; in the glands, swellings; and on the surface, eruptions...

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

Tiie Plumb and the Curculio. Mr. II. F. Baker informed us, whilst visiting him at l^ons last week, that he had found little difficulty in raising full crops of plumbs, when he gave his trees the right kind of treatment. His practice was to turn over the earth with the spade at an early season of each year, that was immediately around each plum tree, and as far out as tho branches extended. He then spread under each tree, on the dug soil, a coat of ashee, leached or unleashed, just as he happened to have them; and on this he sprinkled at the rate of two or three quarts of salt to each tree. Soon after the trees came in flower he procured the flour of sulphur, and when there were slight showers of rain, or heavy dews, he dusted cuee in ten days, during the curculio season, the trees with the sulphur,. throwing it upward among the branches. When this treatment was pursued he never failed in having heavy crops of very choice, large "fruit, and the trees were entirely free from gum a...

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

Report W THE AUDITORS OF CENTRE COUNTY FOBrTHE YliAR 1858. sttac BufiinEton, Esq., Treasurer, in account with Centre County from January 7th, 1858, to January 7th, 1859. 1859. . DR.-an. 7 To am't teceived from Co. Col- _ lectors and other sources, S25379 CO " To balance due Treasurer, 4110 25 $29489 85 CfT. Ian G Bv nm'i of Commissioner's orders lilted . ' . ' . • S2M5D 2a By Treasurer's Commission 011 S20.403C6' 1,0-24 60-" By allowance for Stationery and Tost-\ se - 10 _ 00 §29,489 85 Ualant.e dueTteasurer .."''!" **5 riios. IW'Cov. '"'q ..lligh Sheriff, in account with Centre cour-ty. frjui January 7ih, 1858. to Jan. 7th, 1859. . DR. Ian. 7 To am't of July fees and fines, §661 12 CR By am't of Jurv fees and fines collected ' $125 00 " Bv am't ofJury fees and finesuncol- '_ lected . . '536-06 ' 66112 Wc. the undersigned. Auditors of Centre Coun« ty, liiiving examined the accounts of Isaac Btiffing-Lon. Treasnrer of said County, and Thos. McCoy". Sher iff, find them correct as ab...

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

"Old Dominion." TficQM Bomtaion Cofi'ee Pot HAS BEC0BIS -V HOUSEHOLD WOED. Tho Old Domi-Jibn Coffee Pot HAKES A BEVERAGE DELICIOUS AS NECTAR. Tho Old Bomimlon Coffee Pot TAKES-LESS. COFEEE THAU AHY OTHER. Tho Old Dominion Coffee Pot HAKES BETTER COFFEE THAN ANY OTHEEThoOIdBomiiiioii Coffee Pot NEVER FAILS TO DO ITS WOEK RIGHT.' ' The Old Dominion Coffee Pot GIVES A HEALTH? BEVERAGE. Thfe' OldBomMott Coffee Pot ' IS A FRIEND TO DYSPEPTICS. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot HAKES HUSBANDS HAPPY. Tlie Old Bominion Coffee Pot MAKES ."WIVES GOOD-NATURED.. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot IS THE COOK'S DELIGHT. Tlie Old Bominion Coffee Pot SENDS SMILES TO THE BREAKFAST-TABLE.. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot PREVENTS HATRIKONIAZ DISCORDS. ^ The ©Id BomMon Coffee Pot GIVES the ARABIAN BERRY, in PERTECTIOS.. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot IS BASED ON SCIENCE AND COMMON SENSE. •Tfce.©M;B©mM©ii .Coffee'.Pot IS. USED BY ALL GOOD HOUSEKEEPERS. .Tfte Old Bominion Coffee Pot IS MANUFACTURED UNDER THE PATENT FOR ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

VOL. C_ What the Press Say. ostaii'k" Exterminators are invaluable remedies forclearinghousesofallsortsofrermin. With all confidence ire recommend them.—iV. Y. Daily State Itcy inter. "Costar's" remedies tor all domestic peks, such as Hats. Roaches. Bed-Buss. Ants. Fleas, &o. are invaluable: we can speak from actual knowledge of then- merits. Druggists and Dealers should send their orders early, ifthev would secure a trade in thorn—.Ar. r. Jnm-anh "I shall write something about your Exterminators, as [ ran d„ sf) w!f!l ])r0I,rjetv. They are selling rapidly heTO and destroying all verniiu.--.Ey. ••Buuacr." Fayrttc,-Jfo. "Daatli to 3]] Vermin." As Spuing approaches, Ants and Roaches. From their holes come out, And Mien and Rats. In spite of Cats, Gaily skip about. Bed-Bugs bite You, in the night, - • As on the bed you slumber, While IssECTS-crawI Thro' chamber and hall, _ In squads without number. It is truly wonderful with what certainly, Bats Koaches, Mice, Moles, Gr...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

THE CENTRAL PRESS PUBLISHED EVERY TmrrtSDAY MORXIXG, AT BELLEFONTE,PA.,, BY WIEM- FORNEY & J. G. KURTZ On the following Terms: TWO DOLLARS a year, which 'mav be discharged by the payment of ONE DOLLAR AND EIFTY CENTS, before the expiration of six months from the time of subscribing. No" subcription received for a less period than six months. Rates of Advertising. The following are our terms of advertising, which •will be strictly adhered to : One square (12 lines) three insertions •". Si 00 Every subsequent insertion, 25 -Auditors Notices, 1 50 Administrator and Executors' Notices, . 1 T5 Notice of Applicants for License,. . . 1 00 Notices for Strays, . . '' 100 Merchants. (1 squares) by the year, . 10 00 ; &rocers, " " ." ..10 00 .Merchant Tailors, by the year, '. . . S 00 Mechanics' and Professional Caris, by y. 5 00 Standing advs., one column, per year, . 30 00 Half Column, (standing,) . . . . . 16 00 Quarter Column, 10 00 J2©-Advertisements sent in with...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

¥. A. THOMAS, JR., & 00 HAVE JUST RECEIVED . ;_ A LARGE STOCK O: DRY GOODS, READY. MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWAR E, 53°52^'£I2 '<££ ®^^a^a^ -Which they are now opening, and offer to the pub • - lie and their friends. THEY ALSO HAVE ON HAND AND FOR S4LE CHEAP FOR CASH OR GRAIN FISH ¦ SALT PLASTER GOAL FLOUR and the usual supply of goods with which they have been furnishing (heir large custom, rellefontc, Nov. 56, 'sS. . ; g , , ''¦" ... , , ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

COCKEY&.CO. Qa IEPS2C2QB 123 U2. HHMMI8I0N MERCHANTS BALTIMORE, MD REPEll TO MESSRS. CURTIN & BLANCIIARD Beliefonte, Pa, Oct. 1,1858.-ly.'. ' ,, . V-.—*- ¦ - ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

METERS"& MCHEYII, WHOLESALE GROCERS, Liquor Dealers & Rectifiers ISTO. 201 LIBERTY STREET, PITTSBURG Oet.ccth.1558._tf . . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

^CH O O L B O ^ O K S. MISS SEED'S READERS. The Cirrtn's First Rkadixg Book of Prose and Poetry. Ry Mary J. liecd. ISmo. Tbe Child's Skcoxd Readix'g Book of Prose and Poetry. By Mary J. Reed. ISmo. The Nbw Ekoxakd Primer. . The Sr/XDAY axd Parish Scnooi Priiier. 12mo. Beautifully illustrated. A liberal disconat to the Trade, and to Schools. KING <fc BAIRD, 1.47.1 " No. 607 Sansom St., PUUa. ^SS-Horse Drovers notice the following: PE NNSYLVANIA JABMEBS' HOTEL, No. 929 Market St., (OldNo. 361,) Philada., Good Stabling for 120 Horses. • EDWARD RHOADS, Proprietor: ^©"•Toa cannot stop at a better place, or receive better accommodations anywhere in Philadelphia. Hr. Rhoads the proprietor knows: your wants, and spares no expense to supply tnemsatisfactorily.— •Ur. II. P. Moore, the clerker is ever at his post courteous and obliging.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

BELLEFOaSTTJE NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! CHAS. McBBIDE respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has just received at his store, corner of Allegheny and Bishop streets, a general supply of FALL AN 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, <tc. Ready Made Clothing. Flannel Shirts and Drawers, Muslins, prime Hosiery, Hats and Caps, Gloves, Trimmjng.s &c. Call and see, as he intends to sell very low for cash, or exchange for marketing at cash prices, Bellefonte, Oct. 29, '58.-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

D BXJG 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 Drags, Chemicals, Perfumery & Toilet Articles, respectfully invites a continuance of the patronage which hasheretoforc acknowledged this establishment as one of the best in the-country. The DR WS AND MEDICINES, ¦ are .all' selected from the best importing houses in the eastern market, with the greatest care as to purity and efo. - eicney, and avoiding as much as possible, the introduction of deleterious nostrums.'' Special care is also taken to keep constantly on band every variety of Paints and Chemicals, suitable to'thc trade and market of this vicinity. Faxcv Toilet Articles, Cutlery of all descriptions, and the numerous articles generally-kept in n. well, conducted establishment. [jan.23,'o9.[ TVTEW GOODS!! NEW GOODS!!.' xS D. L.EYDEN & CO.. Having refitted and enlarged the 'old established St...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

ADAM HOY, ATTORNEY AT LA W, WILL promptly attend to all legal business entrusted to him. Special attention given to the Orphans' Court practice and Scrivening. His office is with the Hon. Jas. T. Hale, where ho can always bo consulted in the English and German languages. Bellefonte, May 5, '58. DG. BUSH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, . BELLEFONTE, PENNA. Office immediately opposite the Court House, in the room occupied by W. H. Blair, Esq. Offers his professional services to his friends and the public. .Collections from a distance promptly attended to. [Jan. 14,'59-ly.] JD. WINGATE. , RESIDENT DENTIST. Office aM residence on the North-eastern corner of the p!jhlio square, near the Court House. Will he found at his office except two weeks in each month, when he will bo filling ' profession!!! engagements elsewhere. Bs-llefoute, Oct, 15, 185S. CEO. A. FAIRLAJIli, Jf. D. JAS. B\ DOBBINS, Sf.D. DRS. FAIRLAMB & DOBBINS. DR. GEO. A. FAIRLAMB has associated with Lim in the practice of m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

PASAGON COAL OIL RTJE5E.rRjf_ & j HARRIS have just received an assortment of these lamps, which are capable of giving a light equal in intensity of flame, and similar in appearj ance, to gas. Bsllefonte. Feb, 25, '5?. ' , Batmlda. There is a dim old tale of beauty Told in theland of Gaul, And the tender light of love and duty It streameth through it all, ... To serve the good Mayor Arehambaud There stood a Saxon slave,' Her looks so fair, her voice so low, . . Sweetened the cup she gave, Cried he "A lonely cot I rue; My wife is laid in grave; Be thou my bride, in hohor'truo, Myjoveiy Saxon slave:" • ¦ A tender sorrow in her face ¦ Spoke in the tear that fell; It said, "I may hot fill her place' Whom once I served so well." With steadfast but averted look, Back from the hall she turned; And he whom, silent, she forsook, Long years her absence mourned. Where sad she wandered none may know-Where passed her sainted life, At last, the Mayor Arcnambaud * • He took another ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

A NIG-HT IN-A- MINING ' SHAFT. A CALIFORNIA SKETCH. If there's "many a slip between the eup and li p," there's also many a slip from the use of the cup. Whoever has visited the mining regions, and especially the quartz mining portion of California, will 'have-observed ,the numerous prospecting shafts in the hills, which whether successful or not are unavoidably left open, making it a dangerous locality to travel in after night, especially when there is no moonlight, and more particularly when the heavens are obscured by darkening clouds. I had a friend, a physician, who v.os often called out at night, arid not unfreqnently his route lay in the neighborhood of this dangerous ground; but. trusting to his knowledge of the locality and his own caution, he never felt afraid of any danger by falling into these pits, where life would be periled by a perpendicular descent of perhaps eighty or ninety feetinto twenty feet of water, when, if he escaped broken limbs by the fall on the o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

Loved you Better tlian You. Knew It was the antamn of the year, The strawberry leases were red and sere; October's airs were fresh and chill, When, pausing on the windy hill, The hill that overlooks tho sea, Ton.talked.confidingly to mo-,Me, whom your keen, artistic.sight Has not yet learned to read aright, Since I hare veiled my heart from you, And loved you better than you knew. |. Tho tardy, honors won at last, \ The trials borne, tho conquests gained, , ' i Tho lohgod-for boon of Fanis attained; , I knew that every victory. But lifted you away from me—: , Thatevery stop ofhign emprise, But left mo lower in your eyes; I watched the distance as it gr.ew, : And loved you better than you know. .You did not see the bitterfrace ^ Of anguish sweep across my face ; You did not hear my proud heart beat Heavy and slow beneath your feet; Your thought of triumphs.still unwon, Of glorious deeds as yet undone; And I, the while you talked to me, I watched tho'.gulls float.lbnesouiely, Ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

FRENCH FASHIONS. Paris, February 17, '59. . The reception of the Princes Clotilde has been followed by brilliant fetes o[ all description, and in all classes; We have balls, extraordinary representations at,the operas, theatricals, concerts, gorgeous dinners at the ministerial palaces, recherches banquets in the private saloons of Ve fairs, Let • Trqis Freres Provpiiceaux, and in the other restaurant establishments which- render Paris so renowned in the anbals of the culinary art. These dinners are generall y g iven, by the members of the press, literary men," artists of distinction, and are rich intellectual repasts, that recall the charming petit souper of the palmy days of tbe ' monarchy, and which prove that revolution has riotdestroysd the brilliant esprit, the unvarying good humor and. the artistic tastes which then renderedthe French character and habitsso congenial-and attractive. In the midst of this-whirl of dissipation the wants and necesoitieo of the Buffering classes ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 March 1859

Engraving Bane Indies.—The engraving of bank notes, in this country, is effected by a very ingenious and skillful process. All the lines composing the engraving of a bank plate, are indented or sunk below the surface of ti smooth, flat steel plate. On examining a bank note, it is seen to be' composed of a number of parts of pictures, which are variously designated, as vignettes, end pieces, counters, the title, etc. Each one of the p ictures or parts alluded to, is originally engraved'oh a. separate flat piece of unburdened steel, a' little larger than the design, and about one-eighth, of an inch in thickness. When tho engraving on these is finished, they are hardened by being plunged into a bath of water or other lia«Td- and are then

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