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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

FASHIONABLE DRY GOODS, GBOCEBIBS &EABDWARS. THE subscriber has just received from Philade) phia and New York a large and well selected stock ofDRY GOODSandGRGCKRlliS. which lie is determined to dispose of at prices to suit llie times. The -toek embraces a fqll variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS, Mous. de Laines, Coburg, De Bege, Alpaca, Mnrinft Plaids, French Marino, Dcviitrs Cloth. Wool Do Lai.'is, PJwd Flannel! for children. Sack Flannels in all prices. Wool and Cotton Flannfells, alt colors.-Dress SIlKs of every variety arid color; X.A9X&S PASrCTT GOODS. Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, f.'oil.ti?, Capes, Head-dresses, , FALL SHAWLS & CLOTH CLOAKS ofthe latest syie, and at prices to suit the tinier Irluslsus, Calicos and fc,uwus. Domestic and French Ginghams, and Ten-quarter Sheeting. A lull variety of • CLOTHS and CAS1MEKS. of the laiE"1 style and lowest cash prices. CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. ¦ Overcoats, from $5 1? 915- Satin/Velvet, Flush, and Cloth ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

©5'phiJM's Coin-t Sale* By virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of . Ccr,tre County, will be exposed to Bale by public outcry, on . - Friday, October Uth, 1558, T; on the premises, tho undivided half of a certain . FARM Git TRACT OP XAMW, situate in Howard township. Centre couniy, aiioi« four miles from the village of Ilowarnvilic, beinttpart ofthe real estate of Christian D.Bcchdel.dec'd; bounded by hinds cf David Bechdel and Davie.''Beefrdel and David Doieng on the South, by lands of Herman Prince on the east, on the north by lands of Christian Glossner, and on ihe west by lands of . «?5.c'oS J10! 1,8- containing about TWO BUN DREW AiND SEVENTY ACRiiS. about forty acres:« her" of ai'S Cleared mid in a good state of cultivation, and having erected thereon a DWELLING HOUSE SAW-MILb, STABLE, and other outbuildings. The uncleared land in the above described tr.-.ct is well timbered. ALSO: ON SATURDAY, October W. 1858,at 10 o'clock A: M., on the premises, a certain ¦ • ¦- .FARE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS ,, AS StraWSIBB'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TF YOU WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTMENT J- of cheap boots and shoes, go t'tf Burnside's.-WATER ^BTrog MMirrS at Bu/nside'a fiET AM, the people call and examine the boot* and shes at Burside's, before purchasing elsewhere. A SATING of 25 per cent by buying vour boots } and shoes at Burnside's. 1 IiIJBfc'RAli deduclion made to those who buy lo sell again. 30 DIFFERENT kinds of ladies shoes at Burnaide s.-CITV made hoots and shoes, at prices to suit the tinies at Burneide's. TIIRlafgest stock of boots and shoes ever brousht to Bellefonte, at Burnside's. AT Burnside's Cheap Boot and Shoo store \vc studyto please- ' LEATHER of all descriptions at Burnside's, D«',l?0£'rS fine double glaz*d- Rifle pon.de> anrf Lly s English waterproof Caps for hunters at Burnside 3. SHOE Findings of all descriptions at Burnside's. HIDES, Skins and i'un of all descriptions bought c . i~ ,Q,o at Burnside's. bept. 17. 1853

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

CAUTION. nPIJE Public are hereby cautioned against -*¦ purchasing any ofthe property included in the following lists as I. have purchased tho same of John Bruner, of the township of Fergusdn, couuly of Centre, on ;ne 23d day erf Decembe?. A. D. 1857 and have loit the same with him for the time bcine or until I Jo further dispose of the same, viz: . I' ive. head of Horses 0.ie Four-horse Bread wheeled Waeoa.. One Threshing Machine. I do also notify the public that on the SOrfi Ay or •My, I purchased of. said Bruner the following; li« of properly, and .ts the said property is mine bvtiuehase. all persons are forbid ial'ing awaTor purcha ni« any- of said properly without thy !««'??» s&°Hn 0e GrD^ ^w„xK,v Hr on and T°!^Gea i;8' one W»BO» Saddle, one w£ Wa""„ „n a f, l er . a '"J same' one Sled, one Spring •J V-n. one feet ol Harness, and one f^ow. ,, , SAMUEL M'VVILLIAMS, fcrguson township, August 18,1808.—3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

R AILRAOD. A 'I' A MEETING OK THE BOARD OF DIRf'i • iltors or the Lewisburg, Centre!a SP™C Pcreek Ha road Company, a Resolution was adonted '• 1 na m order to defray expense of survov |o M be called on each share of stock K,X -'u % which ntfthing has been paM and S''bscribcd i1" 10 percent, ffave been gi^nV ^ ^r6 ;0"^5 for bo now collected. Sue half of said notes In'pursuance thorp" r r t.„.„v. - - payment is requii- „wf J,^^? Sive notice that leriiiS o pa- "-.f? wuhln 3 ? H^'"' aniJ lhose !U-?- to law-. -« »'ao 1'ioceeded against according n»i^r . c „.G'F- MLLER, Treasurer. Beilefor.ie, Sept. 24, '5&. Exeenlor's Notice. Leiters testamentary on tho estate of John Smith late of Howard lownship, dee'd having been granted to the undersigned, they hereby notify ail personi indepied to said estate to make immediate payment, and those having claims to-present them proper]i iu rhent.cated for settlement. JACOB C.SMITH, ) DAN'LM.SMITH.Sfiies II.BAKEH, ^ Howard- tp. August 2S, '5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Academy & Seminary J. B. THOMAS, A. E., Principal. THE next seesion of this flourishing institution will commence on Wednesday November the 3d, and continue twenty-one weeks — Terms .— Boarding, Tuition English Branches S45 per session, payable one half in advan.-e. Higher Branches $4. U'a^iiinjr. Li»ht and Fuel CSIr'i- OeiT-8, 'S8.—3t-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

TSSm IsSWJSei I'M V-J-GO It A-T Oi! -PREPARED BY DR. SANFGRD, ¦ Compounded Entirely from G-L'MS , X S one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicines now before the public, and acts as a Cathartic easier, milder and more effectual than any ol'hcr medicine known. It is not only a Gallianie but a Liver remedy, acting first on the Liver to eject its mmbld manor, thus accomplishing two purposes elJcClually, without any of lhe. painful .feelings experienced in ihe "operations of most Cathartics. Jt strengthens the system at-thc Sfimc time that, itpurges it. and when taken daily in moderate doses, will strcngtheniaii'd' build/.it .up, with unusual rapidity. ' '''-. . The LIVER is one at niilil loosens the of Ihe principal rcgu J% bowels gently and.cures Jators of the luimanpnj Costiveness. body; and when it per- One dose taken after forms its functions welh""^ each monl jvill cure the powers of lliesys-.. Dyspepsia:- ••- .4 ' lein arc fully developed p , SirOne dose of two The stomach...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

A BEAUTILPU HEAD vor

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

BI£?H 4SL08STT ^ATR Completely Preserved To fill© Greatest Age. AND who lhat is gray would not have it restored lo former color; or bald but would, have ihe growth restored, or troubled with dandruff and i letting but wou!d have it removed, or troubled with scrofula, scald head or oilier eruptions but would he cured, or with sick headache, ^neuralgia) but would be cured. It will also remove all pimplcftoni the face and skin. Prof Wood's Hair resto ¦ ¦alive willdo all "his. See circular and the follow mg Ann Arbor, Nov. 5,18SG. i'rof O J. Wood—Dear Sir: I have -heard muc said of the wonderful effects of your Hair Restorative, but having been so often cheated by quack. cry and quark nostrums, hair dyes, &c, I was dis pesed to place your Restorative in the same cate gory with the thousand and ono loudly trumpeted quack remedies, until 1 met you in Lawrence county some months since, when vou gave me-such assurance as induced tho trial of your Restorative in my family—fir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

CERTIFICATES. pAfW- ER.ADICATOR! MESSRS. GREEN & M'MEEN—Gesi.temes -—For the last throe years, I have been subject to Neuralgia of the most severe character—at one time confined to my room for three months with it, and subject to return as oflcn as I got wet or wasjn the damp I tried a great mnnv . -oinciiiesi'or it. but found no permanent relief until I "0t Rev. Geo. 1 Miles' Pais Euadicatou, as prcnared by you, which has never failed to eratlidatcihe pain, when applied. 1 also use "it for Sore Throat, wiih the same good efl'oct, and know of it being used fur Rheumatism, with good results.' T believe it to t-a a good medicine for tho above-named diseases, mid ifo humbug, and would coidially reeo mmend it tvi ail suffering with cither Neuralgia or Rheumatism JOHN M'CALMONT. Mkssrs. Grf.t-.n i{; M'AIken:—I have used Geo. I. Miles' Pain Eradicalor, prepared by you, for ihe R'li'innaiisiii i" my shoulder, and found great rolicl, . H would recommend it to olhers similarly affr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

/A CAMB fs'oliiUr.'J'aEMes /M. JTa'rreSfj of the NEW VOR'K-'LUNG / INFIRMARY.—My cohhcclion.forliic.pasl eighi J years wilh ihe above .Institution, as Cliiql'Physi-»¦ ci.an.anda ivvelvo years'courseof slcady devotion o ihe'cuie of Pulmonary Consumption and its kin-Zrcd diseases, together with my unrivalled, opporluaifics and advantages of paihologicab roseari;Ii—n'rclcd not a little by a perfect system oi. Medial inhalation—has enabled me to arrive at a decisive, direct,'and successful course of treatment for the positive ahd'radibal'ctire of all-the diseases oCjho Throat; Liingsr and Air-Pa'ssagps . By Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicines are direcijy£address59"to".^he.diseased—organs and.the inldgument."I iro^hot'auv'is'e'tlie use'of Mediciii Inhalation of any kind, to tho exclusion of general treatment; and although 1 consider it a useful adjuvant in ihe proper management of those fearful and ofien faial diseases, yet 1 deem it very necessary that each...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

IIYILAFS BANK NOTE REPORTER l'CBLlSllED WEKKLV r AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. rpHE necessity that exists for mere frequent •*¦ intelligence for geneial security, regarding Banks and Counterfeit Bank Notes, has long been evident, and never more so than at the present moment. The interest of the community suffers bydelay, and for their own protection requires prompt, early and frequent information of a reliable character. This deficiency will now be supplied, Itmusl also be admitted that Bank Note Detectors are in the hands, loo frequently, either of persons entirely unacquainted with.the Bank Note business, or who are immersed in other pursuits to an extent that a settled indifference to the wants, expectations, and necessities ofthe community becomes the stereotype character of the publications. -This trespass upon public con5dencc wiil be remedied by issuing a Weekly Bank Note Reporter, with advantages that must command universal attention. The Bank Note Reporter will be corrected...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

ACADEMY AND SEMINARY. JT. E3. Tlaomas, A.E ,. - ;• -Principal. Rev. D. Moseb, - - Teacher of German-The thirteenth session of this Institution will commence on Wednesday. April 28th, 1858, and continue five months. Arrangements have been made with Prof- Burrell to open a Normal Department. Particular attention will be given to Elocution. Tersiss ;....-English Branches-ind'NaturalScience, $ 8,00 Mathematics and Languages, - 12,00 Normal Class and German (extra) each 5,00 Boarding, wilh the Principal, 81,75 per week. Bills payable one-half in ediance and the.balance before the removal of the student. Every effort will be made to advance the interests of the youth committed lo our care. Addrrss J. E. THOMAS. Prin.* PineGrove MiHs, Mareh 31,-43-"58. Ccnlre Co.. Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

CHEAP BOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM Come of Allegheny and Bishop h'ts.} BELLEFONTE, PA. Bargain's T Bargaiasl-S- Bargaiusl! THE subscriber still carrying on business at his old stand, informs his friends and the public generally, lhat he hasjust returned from Philadelphia with a large and. choice assortment ofthe best retail slock-ever offeredto the public, embradihg Ladies' Gentlemen's and Children's Boots, Shoe's and Gaiters,' of every description, style and quality/in this or any olher market. His-work cannot be excelled for DURABILITY and CHEAPNESS. 85" Ladies or Gentlemen wishing a neat filing Boot, Shoe or Gaiter, can procure a good article a his store. Ho has now on hand a splendid stock of Leather, &c, and employs -the best worken, I;e is therefore prepared to make up work- oh the shortest notice and in the best style Tho public aro respectfully invited lo call and sec for themselves. T. (,', BOALIC11 April 15, 1857.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

A LARGE supply of superior water ansugar cr.AtKERS—fioin lli"5~eelebrsre"d Manufactory of K. & J. Davis, Pitlsburg—jnsi received and for sale at the new store of. - CIIA'ij. MoBKlDlv. GIFTSj.GiFTS! GIFTS!! oSPJL£ijl!$rUID GIFTS! At 489' Cheslinct /Street.— The only. Original Gift Booh Score. Q. G. EVANS -sotild respectfully inform his Y ' friends and the public that his Star Gift Book Store and Publishing House is permanently established in Brown's splendid Iron Building, 429 Chest' nut street, two doors below Fifth, where the pur chaser of each book at the regular retail price, will receive one of the following gifts', valued at from 25 cts. to §100. . .- •--'.. worth. 550, Patent-English Lever Gold Watches, $100' 00 each 550 Patent Anchor do . do 50 00 400 L.tdies' Gold Watches, 18c. cascs,'3o 00 GOO Silver Hunting Watches, wafrdl'd 15 00 500 Parlor. Tirhto pieces,' 10 00 5Q0. Cameo sets, Ear-Drops and Pin's, 10 00 500 Ladies Gold Bracelets. 5 CO to 12 00 500 Gems' V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

. I ^^XSiSXSi^IXir^a LOOS TO YOUR OWN INTERESTS. I HAVE foi sale almost all kinds of Farming Utensils, and will sell them ascheapasihcv anc be had any place in the country, or I will sell tc Philadelphia prices, freight added. They are as follows:— Allen's Improved Mower- and Reaper, Atkin's celebrated self-raker Reaper and Mower,"Manny's improved combined Reaper and Mower, Ivelclium's Mower and Reaper, Corn-Shellers ol different kinds, Straw, Hay and Fodder Cutlers from $7 to S40, Mills for grinding Chop, Ears Corn, &c, Circular Saw Mills, Cloverseed Galherer, Ploughs of all kinds, Mich. Double and Subsoil, Cultivators of rilostall kinds, Grain Drills of different kinds and price?, Improved Steam Boilers for sleamin«_ food for Cattle, Barn Door Rollers, Hay Makers Horse Hay Rakes, tj'c. ' £X ' l '"» "'="> authorized to-seli Farming UleneiBfor W^T. Boyer& Bro , makers of Farming Imglemefits, Philadelphia; Paschal), Morris & (Jfo wholesale and rclai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

D. W. C& ARK'S (formerly Evans & Clark,)

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

RFIFAT RIFT Rfi?W STflRF otii -w.*o-. . . v t*W*S|% V I Wilkl 44 Mirth Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.' MORE LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS THAN AT ANVOTHER SIMILAR ESTABLISHMENT IN THE COUNTRY. TTAVING located myself at Lancaster, Pa., -»--*- where my expenses are not above one-fifth as great as those of similar establishments, in New York or Philadelphia; and having had extensive experience in the business—being nearly four years a partner of G. G. Evans, Esq , the originator of the Gift Enterprise, I flatter myself that I can oSei greater inducements than any ether concern in the United Slates. A Gift wortli from 25 cents to $100 will accompany each Book at the time ordered. »- A«ENTS WANTED in every town in the United States, to whom most libera! inducements are offered. • I have lately issued a now Catalogue, covering 32 pages, embracing an infinite variety of Books of every description, a copy of which will be mailed, postage paid, upon application-, to any address in tho Uniled State...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

MllME, KEATHEB, M®e>t 3° ®fa®e ®Zore (WEST END OF SPRING-CREEK BRIDCJE, CHEAPSIDE.) rrHE largest and best Stock of Boots and I Shoos ever brought to Centre Couniy, 25 ¦ . cent, chcipcr than sold any other place. SPANISH SOLE LEATHER OF ALL KIND Japanned, Enameled and Fancy Colored Leather ; French Galf S/cins, Oil-tanned Lace Leather, French Patent Galf Shins, Tampeco Boot Skins, Madras Boot Skins; Red Ronans, .-. PinJc, White and Blue " Marone Linegings,Cape-bindings, Gaiter, Kid and Tanner's Oil; Plastering Hair, Copper Rivets and Burs. All kinds of Shoemaker"s Findings and Tools. Streatch Leather Belting at ©itv Prices. CASH paid (brail kinds of HIDES, SKINS and FURS. THOMAS BURNSIDE. Beljefonte, Aug. 28,'57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

GREEN & M'MEEN'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS, prepared from tho Shakers' Formula, will excite the Liver to action, resolving its chronic cngorgemenis, thereby permanently ur'nig I iver Complaint, Irregularities of theStonidi and Bowels,Costiveness, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia n gestion, Flatulency, <yc. [aplt QA different kinds of LADIES' SHOES at OU BURNSIDE'S

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