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

WM . S. TRIPPLE, 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 PALL AND WINTER GOODS, which he is now opening at his old stand, -one door east of the Post Office. His stock-consists in part of Black, Blue and Brown FRENCH CLOTHS, Sill mixed Coating, Cashmere and White Duck for COATS, Black Doe Skin and Fancy Summer Cassiincrcs, and Linen Drill for PANTS, Black Satin, Pigured Silks, and White and Figured Marseilles forVESTINtiS, which he will makeup 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 getl >g their work well done at his shop. Thankful for the patronagehoretoforc bestowed, ho respectfully solicits a continuance of the same....

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

FRESH ARBIVAL OP DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, Ac. TONNES & STEEL have just received, direct from New York and Philadelphia, and are now opening, tho largest and best stock ^ of goods ever presented' to the people of Centre comity. The stock comprises an endless variety of LADIES' DRESS GOODS, of the latest style, nuality and prices. Also, an assortment of DRY GOODS, composed of Cloths, Casimers, Satinetts, i.e. 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 purchasing elsewhere, . •-•-, Queehsware, Groceries, Fish, Salt; &.c. A full supply, which will be disposed of in. quantities to suit purchasers, at prices to meet the times. Our old friends ancl'tlic'iwMic "b invited to give us a call. : T0N2>T5R & STEEL. .. Northwes...

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

EXCELSIOR SHAVING SALOON. Allegheny Street. BeHefonte, Pa. A PROCLAMATION!—To all to ichom these presents may come: I, MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan of all tho Barbers of tho 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 tho times are getting good, and tho banks making specie payments, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my subjects. WITNESS my ^3~ and th o Groat Seal of my RAZOR and SCISSORS , at the Palace, in the year of Blue Boards 1S55. MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary. Oct. 3,1S55.

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

BELLEFONTE FOUNDRY AT PRIVATE SALE. THE undersigned, proprietors of side 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 iof running- a heat of from five to six tons. - There is with the Foundry a complete sot of (patterns for the machinery of the Iron Works and mills in the surrounding country, -and being located at ,tho termini of two railroads, offers superior inducements for investment-by practical mechanics. Attached to the foundry is a M'WHTNE SHOP in complete order, with the. privilege of one of the best water powers in the country. Being the only machine shop in the 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. IS, 1S59. [Lycoming Gazette please copy 4t.]

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

REMOVAL OF 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 ho feels assured that he can confidently claim a large share of patronage. The horses attached to these stables are gentle and fast, and can be driven with the utmost safety. The stock of vehicles comprises almost every variety, from the comfortable family carriage to light and easy riding sulkies. .. Careful, Experienced and Sober Drivers can always ho employed. - " - . ' llorses aud carriages furnished at any hour of the day or night, if application be made to the undersigned, who can always be found cither at tho Conrad House or at the stables. Bellefonte, Feb. 18, ,59.-tf. M. RUNKEL.

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

MOLASSES, Coffee, -Sugarsand Teas, of the very host quality, for sale at the cheap Grocery and Provision Store of J. R. MUFFLY & CO. HAMS, Shoulders, Sides, Dried Beef, Fish and Salt for sale at the cheap Grocery and Provision Store of J. R- M. & Co. C1ANBIES, Nuts. Crackers and Segars, ef the / very best qualities, for sale, wholesale or retail, at tho cheap variety store of J. R. M. & Co. BOOTS, Shoes, Queesswauk, Glass wake, Stoneware, Crokeryware, and all "other wares," for;sa!e at the store of J. R. M. & Co. "TtTASHBOARDS, UMBRELLAS, Fancy Toys VV and many other articles, the vast number rendering is impossible to enumerate them. Call and see at .the cheap store of J. -R. M. & Co. "TTriNE OF TAB.—As bright, sparkling aud TT gratefulasthewineofgrap.es: Very effective in diminishing profuse expectoration, in relieving cough, and promoting a healthy condition of the organs of respiration. Pint bottles 37£ cts. Made by.: - HUBBELL, Pharma...

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

QTiPER, FRENCH BL'K TWILLED BROAD £5 CLOTH, at the store of TONNER & STEEL. DRY GOODS AND GEOCEEIES. FRESH ARRIVAL ! WILSON & BROTHERS are now opening on assortment of new and. fashionable Dry Goods which they offer to the public at the very lowes, possible CASH PRICES; Having.entirely.abolt ished tho credit system, and being determined tdo business hereafter on a cash basis, they will be enabled to supply their customers and the public with the best stock the eastern market affords. _ Particular attention is invited to a large selection of ladies' Dress Goods, Bayadere and Fancy Opera Cloths, De'-Beges aud Cashmeres, Black and colored (all wool) -Delaines,. Persian Robes, French Merinos, French Plaids for Ladies and Children,. Ladies' and Gents' Shawls of every description. Black silks, Silk Fringes, and Trimmings for Ladies' Dresses.- Cloths, Casimers, Testings, Satinetts, of all qualities and every variety of style. The assortment of CALICO, MUSLINS. SHEETIN...

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

ILL AND WINTER CLOTHING. The Latest. Cheanest and best Stock of READY MADE CLOTHING! WM. M'CLELLAN rospeetfally informs . his old customers and the public that ho has received one of the largest and best selected stocks of Ready Made Clothing, as well as a large and select assortment of Cloths, Casimers, Satinetts, Satins, &c„ 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 been selected' with great «>.orc,.and lie 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 large cities he has established the Cash System, hoping by adhering to such a system of business, to be enabled always to fivmish his customers with the latest styles of goods, made up by tho most ...

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

"TXTHOLESALE AND RETAIL YV CHEAP BOOT AND SHOE STORE. T, F. BOALICH respectfully informs the pub: lie, and his old friends and customers, that he has just opened one of the largest stocks of Boots and Shoes ever presented to the people of Centre county. His stock was selected by himself, and ha is confident from kis knowledge and his practical experience in the Irai?,- that it cannot ;bc excelled for quality, and price, nor TTi'l it faiUo moot tho wants of the public generally, and uli customers particularly. The stock embraces a largo variety for gentlemen's wear, among "which are FINE FRENCH CALF BOOTS, Gaiters and Monroes,with au assortment of all kinds, suitable for dress and common every day use. Ladies' Shoes aad Gaiters, of the latest style, suitable for the season, and of every quality. The attention of the' 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 tho...

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

OLD ESTABLISHED DRUG STORE, \ , BELELFONTE, PA. TAE. undersigned respectfully inform, their friends and the public generally, that they have purchased the Drag-and Chemical Store lately owned by Rev. Brittain, and known as tho - "Bellefonte Dispensary." in BrokerhofFs Row, 2 doors south of the Penn'a Hotel, and nearly opposite tho Conrad House, where 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, Brushes, Combs, Stationery, Fancy Articles,- Spices, Perfumery, Ac. All tho PATENT MEDICINES of the Day. Pino Oil, Lard and Fluid Lamps, of every des cription ; fresh Pino Oil and Burning Fluid always on hand. Also, Lamp Globes. PURE WINES AND LIQUORSiov medical purposes. They will also keep constantly oh hand the best Havana and Principe CIGAE.S, with a complete assortment of Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO and SNUFF. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 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 he 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 Bogo, Alpaca, Marine Plaids, French Mcrina, Dcvitte Cloth, Wool de Laines, Plaid' Flannel for children, Sack Flannels at all prices, Wool and Cotton Flannels of all colors, Dress Silks of every variety and color. LADIES FANCY GOODS—Dress Trimmings, Hosiery, Capes, Gloves, Collars, Head-Drosses, 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 CASIMERS , of the latest style and lowest prices. Clothing for Hen and Boys. Overcoats, from $5 to §15. Satin, Velvet, Plush, and Cloth Vests, at all prices. Pan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 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 BOOTS at Burnside's. LET ALL the people call and examine the Boots and Shoes ac Burnside's before purchasing elsewhere. ' • A SAVING of 25 per cont by buying your boots and fhoes at Burnside's. A LIBERAL deduction made to those who buy to sell again. THIRTY different kinds of ladies' shoos at Burnside's. CITY made boots and shoes at prices to suit tho times, at Burngido's. THE largest stock of boots and shoes ever brought to Bellefonte, at Burnside's. AT Burnside's cheap Boot arid Shoe Store we study to please. . LEATHER of all descriptions at Burnside's DUPONT'S fine double; glared Ride 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 — 24 March 1859

A LARGE supply of superior "Water and Su gat CRACKERS, from the celebrated manufactory of 11. & J Davis, Pittsburg, just rcco E and for sale at tho new store of '- C. M'SRID"" PROVIDE FOR YOUR WIFE AND CHILdren. "Many persons resort to beneficial associations to make provision for their families, and there are many eases 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 tho fact that a policy of life insurance is the cheapest and safest mode of making a certain provission 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 year for a policy of life insurance, a father secures to his family a very-considerable amount; For instance, 'for about $3 per year, a father of 38 years of age secures Si 00, payable to his family immediately on his deat...

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

CONRAD, ROBERTS, & CO., . IMPORTERS OF. HARDWARE AITD CUTLERY, Nos. 235 & 237 North Third Street. (Next door to \James, Kent. Snntec & Co. ) PHILADELPHIA: Respectfully call the attention of their Friends and Customers, and.of Country Merchants generally-, to their very complete and extensive Stock of EBY & COirasGHAJa, -WHOLESALE GROCERS AN-n COMMISSION MERCHANTS, 822 Market street, (Old No, 188,) Between Fifth and Sixth. e. c. eby, ¦ 1 PHILADELPHIA. W. L. COXYXOnAH. 1 3S-1.V J "W. SCOTT, a [I.ATE OP T1IEKIRM OP WIXdlESTER & SCOTT.] Gentlemen's Furnishing Store and Shirt 3Ian-afactory. 811 Cliestnut St., (ojypozitc Girrtrd House,) PliU'a. J. W. SCOTT would respectfully eall the attention of his former patrons and friends to his new Store, and is prepared to fill orders for SHIRTS at ^ hort notice. A perfect fit guaranteed. Country ini'Ie supplied with Fine Shirts and Collars. - Nov. 12,-"oC-Zy.; --- .._' NEW FANCY GOODS!—MRS. SOURBECE ...

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

GREAT INDUCE3STENT TO CAPITALISTS. The PHIENIX COMPANY, having purchased what is knbwn as tho "Burnt Mill Property/ neatEellcfonte, wpuW respectfully invite the attention of capitalists and business men; to the great inducements this property offers for investment. It is situated at .fte-termini of the Snowshoe, the Bellefonte Branch of the Tyrone and Lock Haven, and tho Tyrone and Clearfield Railroads, and also at the terminus of the Spring Creek and Bald Eagle navigation. These railroads are rapidly progressing towards completion, and will afford a direct communication with Philadelphia, Now' York and Pittsburg. It possesses one 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 site is unsurpassed in Central Pennsylvania In addition, it possesses ample water power for a firstclass Foundry and Mac...

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

BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.—THE undersigned, determined that old fogyism shall not retard the growth of our town by exacting exorbitant-prices for lots, have laid out, in the east-end of the borough of Belleibnte. fronting on Bishop Street, a TIER OF LOTS, which they now offer for sale at reasonable prices. A plot of said lots can bo seen at the office of Curtin & Blanchard. E. & M. BLANCHARD. Bellefonte, Jan. 21. '59. IN the matter of the sale of the Real Estate of Jno. R. Tate with Notice to Jeremiah Eckenrod, Terretenant. In tlia Court of Common Pleits of Centre co. THE undersigned, appointed by the Court, an Auditor to distribute &c. the money arising from tho sale above named, will attend to tho duties of his appointment at his office in Bellefonte, on Monday tho 11th day of April next, at 1 o'clock P. M. JAS. II. RANKIN, March 17th, 1850.—td. ,- Auditor. AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—Tho undersigned, 5 auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of Centre county to a...

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

CO-PARTNERSHIP.—ISAAC MAY has associated with him, in tho Mercantile Business, MARX L(EB, and tho firm and business will hereafter bo conducted in the names of Mar. 17th,'53. ; MAY & LCEB. A W.RAND'S SELF-CLEANING FURNACE, a Boyntou'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 are at tho same time evenly but not over heated, thereby rendering it a continual radiator, insuring purity of air aud success in all cases. The following testimonial, selected from many feceived, is fioin one of the largest public institatlons in the United States, heated effectually by liot-air furnaces : Puii.Aiini.i'HiA Cavarr Prisos, .Tn'nc 12. '56: To" A, Y. r. Hand—Dear Sir:—At a Meeting of the Board of Inspectors of tho Philadelphia County Prison, held Jttnu 3th, 135G, the following, preamble was adopted, aud resolut...

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

A CARD. . • v , Piiir.Aii-ET.pifiA, Pa. Tho undersigned, tho 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 Bunk Note Reporter of Imlay &Bbknell. Having published Van Court's Counterfeit Detector since 1S3D, the undersigned reluctantly parts with his old friends and subscribers, but thisreluctancc is lessened by the conviction that in Imlay & Bickncll's Bank note Reporter they will'receive a work that matches the times. J. VAN COURT. Dee. 20,1S5S . NOTICE.—All subscriptions to Imlay aiulBielcnell'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 contiunes to bo the necessary' companion of all business people over the whole continent of America, . . THE COINS OF THE WORLD! .now in press by Imlay & Bieknell, w...

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

NEW WORK FOR AGENTS. The Life, Speeches, and Memorials of DANIEL WEBSTER, _ Containing Tils most Celebrated Orations, A selection from the Eulogies delivered on.the occasion of lits Death, and kis life and Times. BY SAMUEL M. S.UUCKER , A,tt This splendid.work is just published, 111 one large volume of 550 pag;S... It is printed on fine paper, and bound in beautiful style ; contains excellent tint illustrations of. his Birthplace -and Mansion at Marshfield: and a full-length, lifelike, Steel Portrait. The Publisher offers it with confidence to the American public, and is convinced that it will supply animportant want in American literature. No work was to be obtained heretofore, within a compact, suitable and convenient compass, the chief events of the; life of Daniel Webster,; his most remarkable intellectual efforts, and the most. valuable and interesting eutogics-which the groat men of the nation uttered in honor of his memory. We present all those treasures in this volume, at ...

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

THE MERCANTILE KUTUAL INSURANCE'- Company of Philadelphir.—Office No. 222. Walnut street, 'opposite-tho Exchange. MARINE RISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per. Railroads, Canals, Boats, arid other carriages. ALL THE PROFITS divided annually among the Assured, and ample secured in cases of loss-PIRECTOllS. Edward Harris Miles, Thomas T. Butcher, John M. Odenheiiner,. Algernon E. Ashburner, Mahlon Williamson, Alfred Fassit, Samuel J. SharplcssJ Thomas S. Foster, Isaac Jeans, Gnstavus English, Henry Prcaut, James II. p-roupy Edward G. James, Alfred Slade, William Jj. Springs, John II. Brown, Franklin C. Jones, Charles B. Carstairs, Daniel Haddock Jr., E. C Knight, William Taylor, John C. Keller, James Murphy, John,P. Stoiner, Wm. F. Smith, - Henr3r Grambo, A. J. Antclo, Wm. J. Caner, Samuel L. Crcutxborg. EDWARD HARRIS-MILES, President ALFRED FASSITT, Vice President. I011N. C. KEEPER, Secretary. March 11, 1849.

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