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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

CLOTHS; CASS1MKRES AND SATINETS, just- recciv'ed'-and- for sale, cheap, at Cheanside Si'or'e.by Sep. 17. W. A. TllOMA S, J r., & CO.- ^ t.KtA r lifctJUC'lf.UN has been ma'de'iu the frirticiea at the Cheap'etor'o of J. R. Muf8y.'& Co

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

^Orphan^'- ©©Hrt-^ale B Y virtue of an.order of the Orphans' Court fit .Centre County, will be exposed to sale by pubiic.6iiu.-Ty,- on .. ,';- '-"' 'r~ . -:; "s" ", .-. Saturday, the Mvf 0r io&er/1858, at the house of Michael Ream, in'Gregg township, at 2 o'clock, P.-M;, the following described properly, being part of thb: real estate of the late Robert Cooki.deccased, in said township, viz.-A, FAitiU CrR TRACT OF LAND situate in Gregg township, Centre county, lying on the end of finish Mountain, adjoining lands of Evan Miles' heirs, and Others.containing ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN .ACRES, and allowance, fiftyacres of which are cleared and under cultivation, aud the balance is TIMBER LAND. The undivided half- part thereof is subject to a lien of $353,71 being for purchase money due to John Lee, and payable oh the 1st of Octobef, 1858. Terms—One half the purchase, money to be paid in hand at the confirmation of the sale,and the residucln oiie jear thereafter, with interest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

CAUTION. THE Public are hereby cautioned against purchasing any of the property included in the following lists, as 1 have piifchased tho same of John Burner, of the township of Ferguson; county of Centre, on the 23d day of December. A. D. 1857, and have lelt the same with" him for the time being or until I do further dispose of the same, viz: Five head of Horses One Four-horse Bread wheeled Wagon, One Threshing Machine. I do also notify the public that on the 30th day of July, I purchased of said Bruncr the following list of property, and as the said property is mine by purchase, ail persons are forbid taking away or purchasing any of said property.without my lcavei viz: Ail John Bruner's interest in "the Wheal, Rye, Barley, Oats, and Corn, both iu the Barri'and.in the ground: on the farm now in the possession of said Shiner; also, two Corn Plows, l\vo Harrows, tivb Plows, one Grain Drill, o.ne Windmill, ten Hogs, six sets Horse Gears, one Wagon Saddle, one Wagon and Ladders (or ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

MS. SMITH, WILLIAMS & KING, DENTAL-SURGEONS, WITH a view lo a jiermcnient location, have established sn office near the South East corner of the Diamond, two doors above the Franklin House, where they will be hifppy to serve in their profession, all who wish a really superior Dental operation. The instruments used in their office are of the first class, and among them Dr. Smith's improved Forceps and Rose Drills and E'evators, which are nol in the possession of any other practioner in the world, but which in man3' instances are absolutely essential in the performance of deli, cate or difficult cases. These, and the high and w,ell carped reputation of Dr. Smith in Baltimore, West Chester and New York, furnish a secuiity to tne public that at their Dental Rooms their cases will be treated in a scientific and Skillful manner. All operations guaranteed complete and durable. BeUefonte, July 7 '58-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

STONE. WAPsE. THE Subscriber has received, a'ntl intends keeping a supply of Stone. Ware, embracing all common vessels made of that! material, viz: Cream and Butter Pots, and Milk Pans, now on hand—Preserve Jars and Pitcheis, soon to be recoiled. This ware is clcar.ofany poisonous substance in its composition so that preserves,apple butter, or anything else, may be kept in it wilh perfect safety, as there is no poison about it as there is in the common red earthenware Milk and Butler keep much bet:ef iff this material than it does in earthen I . -Airnt to a flint body, and will not absorb any part of what may be po.t into it. It will be sold at low prices—almost a3 low as common earthenware. BeUefonte, July 14. CU"A*S M'BRIDE.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

A. H. C. BROCKEN 22 Cliff Street, New-York , JlANUFACTUREa OP Glass Svringes, Sae-mcepatbic Vials, Graduated SfXeasures, Hursing:Bottl«fe &.c. Glass Ware for Chemists? Druggists, Perfumers, Photographers, cic. Green Mass Ware by the package. A liberal discount made to the trade. ¦ Orders from Country Druggists and Dealers solicited.— Price Lists sent on application. August 4,1858,—3m , : , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

3. H. STOVERj ATTORN EY^AT-LAW, BeUefonte, Centre Co, Pa,, W ill attend promptly to'all. legal basincss intrusted to his care, particular attention paid lo Collections, and all monies promptly remitted. Ofliic on High street, formerly occupied by lion. James Buinsideaml D.C. Boal, Esq. N. B. Consultations either in German or English. tJunc 2nd, 1858. Executor's Notice-Lett.ers testamentary on the estate of John Smith late of Howard township, dee'd having been granted to the undersigned, they hereby notify all persons indepled lo said esjate'to make immediate payment, and those having claims to present thorn properly autheni' icEled lor seltlcrntnt. JACOB C.SMITH,) DAN'LAI.SMmi.J-Exe's IJ.B A.KER, J Howard tp. August 25,'58-6t. .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

' C. §,ffi'€©ir,'Trustee, IBWISXOWN, SRODitCE 'fct-COMMiS SIOH BUSINESS at the Warehorrses lately occupied by Francis M'Coy, deceased. PLASTER, FISH, and SALT. mikesbarrc ana Sunbury STOVE COAL Limebumers and Blacksmiths' COAL, Lewistown, August 18,1858.— 5* " --' ,,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

GROCERIES! NEW &. FRESH! £<XTRic Phrlad'eiphiaand Honey Syrup i Melasse?, Prime Rio Coffee, Crushed; Pulverized, and Orange Sugars; Fine Oolong Powshong, Young Hyson, and Imperial Teas, for sale at the New Siore, of D. LE7DEN & C0f BeUefonte, July 20, 1858. STEAFV1 ENEGPNS AND . MACHINERY. rjAHE vjnde'rsighetl, having, entered into JL copartnership, for the purpose of carrying on the Machine Making Business", ¦would inform their friends and the public in general, that they are prepared to execute to or; der, Steam Engines on the latest and mpsj approved plans; also, Grist and Sawmill mar ehinery, suck and force Pumps,- Fans:for Blacksmiths' Shops and- Iron; Foundry?, Screws, Taps, Dies, and Sleets, together with almost everything in their line of bu sine*. Orders promptly attended to. ¦' •' ¦ ' 'R. REED. &Co.-•;, . Milesbnrsr, Dec. 13', 1853.—tf J. B. AWL. DANIEL LEYDEiN

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

NEW STORE!' THHE Subscribers have opened and are now,, offering for sale, a'sple'ndiiT ass&Yl ment .of DRY GOODS', GROCERIES, Sic, at their Store in Alleghany street, nearly opposite' t&3' ''Conrad House." ........ . „ . ,.- D. LEYDEN & CO; BeUefonte, July 20, 1858.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

WAit P1PEB.-A la.ge and well'Y assorted stock of Wall P.ipor on hand, ai'the &<"¦=,°f , .TOJk'.NEH & KTKEL-: BeUefonte, Angtit*. 18'8.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

GEKERAL ELECJfJOJN - ^PRGGXiAXMEA^ON .. ^HEREA.Su-jtf A^D'iliYViM^qTpJ =•?". ihe Geaer'a'l Assembly of ihe'. Commonwe'allh of Pennsylvania, entitled 'J An act relating to :tiis elections-of .ibis Commnnwealth" passed;Hi'e M day ofjjaljy* A.: P-"f839, it is rnade~ the duly of. the. SheriiT.of every county^ within the 'Commonwealth to give public noticeof the General Elections, an din such nolieelp enumerate ;—ls!.';jrhe .officers lo be"el£cte'd.' 2d. Desighafe; lite places at which- ibeveiection is to be held, J, TWO'S. Mc-COy, B'igh Sheriff of (he county of Cenlre, So hereby make .known, and give, fhis public noticeto the electors of the said oocnipof Centre, that on Ihe second Ttieeday of October next, (being ihe 12th day of tli3 thohl'h) a General Election wiljbe'heid at .(lisseveral eleclion districts, esiablyhed. bylaw in ihe said counly ot Centre,-at which lime . State, County and Judiciary officers'are to be elected as'follows, to wit;'" -'. . "'' One Person to fill lie ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

HAfnil&OIVVOIV I<AJSDS.--NEW ENGLAND SETTLEMET.--i jia^&effeiiTrW^rv—to all vvaj\"J'jk6 Xvfarms—in a heahy place, iwraij-Sre miles, from -Philadelphia, on the Camden and,Atlantic.tailroad. Neflr Jersey.' An old"eftaio.liasrecently beeuopeicd for sale, and the first-division of'lu.OCO acres divided up into farms ol twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is o'lhc best quality for the production of fruits, grains, <S:c. The price is §15 to -S30 per acre, payable in easy .quarter, yearly, instalments,, wjlhiii a. term of four years, with interest. The term's arcmade easy, in orderto insaie iho rapidiniprovefi'crK of the land, by enabling every industrious man lo buy a farm, it ia now being extensively improved by good roads, and some of life best citizens from i\ew England, and the Middle Stales are erecting large iroprpvements , It is.a scene ol the grcaies't improvement oiit of , I'hilidclphia . Scrcnii-tiu: houses have .been built iti four monllis. .Pract...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

ALARGK supply of superior water and ¦ sugar cr.ACKERS—from the celebrated Manufactory of R. & J.Davis, Pittsburg—just received and for sale at the new store of CHA'&Mc-BRIDE;-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

XJUTil-AOiltl.-^arccB' & M'Alccn vcero*fS.*elie-Cur will' cure' the WOlli-aShe i' ISiCccsA--.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

PROSPECTUS ot THE CErVTRAI. PRESS. The undersigned design publishing an independent political newspaper, in the Borough of BeUefonte, to be entitled The Central Press, on and after the 3d day of September, 1858. The Central Press will be mainly devoted to the great mineral and agricultural interests of Central Pennsylvania; and will also take an active part in the discussion of the leading political questions of. the times. It will not claim, noi will it yield allegiance lo any particular parly—but it will claim to be the exponent of truth, and of such principles as will tend to the improvement of Ihe Farmer and Mechanic, not for gelti'g a close scrutiny of those who aspire to, as, well as those who hold positions of trust, Local, State or National. The publishers and editors of the Central Press design making their paper such a journal as will be acceptable to all classes as a reading newspaper—and if they receive a reasonable support, it will be enlarged and improved, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

^ ^i^c^^c^o^w UNITED S'J'ATES GOVERNMENT. The Executive. President—James Buchanan ofPenn'a. Vice President—John C. Breckcnridge, of Ky. The Cabinet. Lewis Cass, of Michigan, Sec'y ofState. Howell Cobb, of Georgia, Sec'y of the Treasury. Jacob Thompson, Mississippi, Sec'y of Interior. Isaac Toucey, of Connecticut, Sec'y of the Navy. John B. Floyd, of Virginia, Sec'y of War. Jeremiah S. Black, of Penn'a, Attorney General. Aaron V. Brown, of Tenn., Postmaster General. Supreme Court of the United States. Rojcr ii Taney, of Maryland, Chief Justice. Associate Justices—John M'Lean, of Ohio; James M. Wayne, of Georaia; John Catron of Tennessee; Peter V. Daniel, of Virginia; John A. Campbell, of Alabama; Samuel Nelson of New York; Robert CGricr, of Pennsylvania; Nathan Clifford,of Maine. GOVERNMENT OF PENNSYLVANIA. Governor—William F. Packer, ccrctaryjof the Com'th—William M. Hiesler. Atlorney General—John C. Knox. nrveyor General—William M. Rowc, Auditor General—Jacob Fry, jr. Slate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

DISSOLUTION, AND NEW FIRM! HARRIS, SHOFF & CO. have this day dissolved partnership by mutual consent, and the undersigned have bought all debts and notes coming to them, and will pay all their debts. The undersigned have on hand all kinds of PLOWS, STOVES, &c and are receiving a lot of NEW COOK-STOVES from Philadelphia, which they will insure to be good. They also make IRON FENCE, of the most improved style; also, CAST IRON VERANDAHS, GAS-POSTS. Scrapers to clean boots. WATER-PIPE of trie best quality made on hollow spindles, and all other articles usually got at Foundries, and will altend to all orders with promptness. Call and see. J.' D. HARRIS & CO. BeUefonte, Oct. 21, 1857—tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

GREEN & M'MEEN'S VEGETABLE LIVER PILLS, prepared from the Shakers' Formula, will excite the Liver lo action, rcsolvin" its chrome engorgements, thereby permanently curing liver Complaint, Irregularities oftheStomach and Bowels,Costiveness, Diarrhtea, Dyspepsia Indigestion, Flatulency, eye. [api4 MOLASSES, Codec, Sugar and Tea for sale at the Grocen and Provision Store of ' It UufBj & Co.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

CLOCK. WATCH. JEWELRY. AND FANCY STORE. ' TH E subscribsr is still at his old stand at No, 4 Brokerhoffs Row, on Allegheny St., where he has just received from the eastern cities, and is now circling for salea WELL SELECTED and BEAUTIFUL assortment of gs^^ CLOCKS & WATCHES, iPillb JEWELRY, and an excellent assortment of Fancy Articles of all Kinds and Qualities, SI&VE& 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, he feels confidant of giving satisfaction to all, His stock consists of fine Gold and Silver open lace and hunter case full jeweled English patent and detached Lever Watches;—also Lcpincs md Quariiers- Jcyixlry of every style which can be found in a good Jewelry Store, and Fancy Articles of every description. He has also «^«, SPECTACLES, a good assost-^^ ^^sS mcnt.alwayson hand, to s...

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