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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

EOUGH & READY eonH snuLLEE. DANIEL DERll respectfully informs the farmers and the public generally, that the lime is now at hand for gelling one of the celebrated Rough and Ready Hand and Horse power Corn Shelters, which is one of the best now in use manu i'acturad and sold by the undersigned. All kinds of grain taken in payment at market prices. Cash will ""BeUefonte, Oct. 22. '58. - DANIEL OERR. ' «n,...n,, u...,-•>-¦-*- ¦ '^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

THE WONDER OF THE TIMES AfiEliiC A <S Tr-Il" ^ S h" Ma '' 2 o * 8H| »i * U KJ Mg-rNWfcs. P ;-"P* , ^^MSgagtggj^^^fe^^g1 krn §m ^^ 59 THIS most admirable and complete Corn Sheller has been pronounced by competent judges—Farmers, Agriculturalists and Mechanics—lo be the most simple:, BJffJRABlL-E and Coiuplcte SMELLER ever invented. It can be propelled with perfect ease, and 150 to 200 bushels of corn can be shelled in a day. The World is CHALLEN&EB to PRODUCE ITS EQUAL Tor durability, simplicity, iheapness of construction, and ease with which it jan be kept in motion, and the PEICE ONLY $12 At the New York State Fair, held at Buffalo, on he 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th of October 1857, the 1 'oung America was awarded the FIRST PRE* UlUiU. Any amount oT testimony might be given in belalf of-lhis machine, but it is entirely unnecessary, is it does not Tail to recommend itself to all who vilness its operation. JGTFarmers and others, desirous of purchasing a lonveni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

CLOVER HVIiliEB. rpHESUBSCKIBERS WISH TO INFORM THE ~t"put^ic IhoY Ihe'y ^bvLU ¦ vaanufuelure- the'^afcove named machines and have now a lot on hand ready for delivary and warranted to work equal to any of the kind ever made. For information in reference to the practical working of these Hullers we refer to the following gentlemen: William Forster, Farmers' High School. Robert Forster, " " " E.Zimmerman, Jacksonville. Emanuel Smith, Nittany Hall. James Zimmerman, Hublersburg. And to any person else that may have them in use. Orders solicited in reference to the working or our Thrashing Machines are refered to. John Longwell, Niltany Valley, J.Philip Gephart, Zion,. - Damci Durst, Old Fort, John Wagner, Harris township. David Stamm, . Loop We also manufacture the Pcirpaint's palentSHAKER $• STRAW CARRIER, the best working shaker now made for proof of ihis we refer to those who have them in use. Work of all kinds in their line of business done at short notice and reasonable terms. A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

BELLEFONTE LIVERY Michael SUmMe, Propriefr. THE PUBLIC is respectfully informed that the undersigned has fitted up an extensive livery in the borough of Bellefonte, composed ofthe best livery stock in Central Pennsylvania, and he 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 composes almost every variety, from the comfortable family carriage to light and easy riding sulkies. CAREFUL, EXPERIENCED AND SOBER DRIVERS can always be employed. Horses and carriages furnished at any hour ofthe day or night, if application be made to the under signed, who can always be found either at the Conrad House, or at his stables on the lot attached to the Temperance Hotel, immediately rear of Bishop Bellefonte. Oct. 15. '58 —tf. M. RUNKEL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

OEPH'NS'COURT SALE BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Centre County, will be exposed to public sale On Monday the 22d day of November, next (Court week) at the Court House in Bellefonte, Two tracts of unseated laud, belonging to the estite of Philip Cain, late of JMew Jersey, deceased, s mate in Rush township, Centre couniy, the one itnown as the Benjamin Jordan tract, containing four hundred and thirty-three acres and one hundred and fifty three perches; the other known as the Daniel Turner tract, containing a like number of acres and perches. Terms, one half of purchase money on confirmation of sale, the residue in one year with interest to be seemed by bond and mortgage. HOBERT £. WRIGHT, Adm'r. For information inquire of Edmund Blanchard, or Adam Ilov, Bellefunte, Pcnn'a. Oetober'2'd, '58. . td.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

FnrS! iruvs ! THE subscriber is now purchasing, at the highest ' cash prices, every variety of furs, for the manufacture of "V ~. wiilNES, MUFFS, TIPPETS, COJ> I.AKS. GLOVES, &c. He is also prepared to furnish, at wholesale pric :s, ail articles >.i* FURR GOODS, And having been in the business (or^mauy years, and being connected with seine of the best whole gale manufacturing houses of New York and Philadelphia, he has the advantage of being able to furnish "nods which are cheap, fashionable, beautiful and durable. G.M.KEPLER, Pine Grove Mills, Centre Co., Pa September 10, IBiS—U'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

LOTCHING FOR THE TIMSE 'PHE UNDERSIGNED, determined not to be out J. done by any. has received, in addition lo his for mer extensive stock, a very large assortment of Fall aasd Winter Goods-His stock has been selected with great care, and ¦onsists in part, of Black and Fancy Satin Vests, Jo. Silk Vests, plain and fancy Worsted Vests, Fine Black, Blue, Brown and Olive Frock and Dress Coars, Men and Boys' pants and Vests of all kinds Mid descriptions, together with almost everything kept in Clothing Stores,or of which the most prolific mind could conceive, orindustry and an unconquerable desire to please, with years of experience in the business could select. In addition to which he has added a very superior assortment of Gents'Cravats, Ties, Hosiery, Gloves &c &o. In short it may be said he has a complete GENTS' FaJRKISJUUUSG- STORE, Comprising every article worn by the stern and dignified lords of creation. And although he may not be able to sing as sweetly a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

CLOTHING! CLOTHING J. MONTGOMERY & SON RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Bellefonte and the surrounding country, that they have removed theirNew and Cheap Clothing Establishment to the room formerly occupied by Wm.J. Kealsh, at the south end of BrokerhofTs Row, where they will keep constantly on hand as ;argc, beautiful and cheap an assortment of JSeady-Made Clothing as has ever been brought to this place. The assortment now opened is expressly adapted to FALL, AND WINTER WEAR! and comprises all kinds of goods of the very latest styles. They would also inform the public that they have just received from the Eastern markets a verylarge anp superior assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vcstings, ofthe Fall and Winter Styles, which will be made up to order, on short notice, by experienced hands, their superior faciliiics enabling them to get up an ENTIRE SUIT IN ONE DAYrJ 85"CalI and see the New Goods—they will be sure to please, in style, quality, and price. N. B.—Good...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

CLOCK. WATCH. JEWE4 RY. AND FANCY'STORE. THE subscriber is still at bis old stand at No. 4 BrokerhofFs Row, on Allegheny St., where he has just received from the eastern cities, and is now offering for salea WELL SELECTED and BEAUTIFUL assortment of ^gS?^ CLOCKS & WATCHES, SpslSb JEWELRY, and an excellent assortment of Fancy Articles of all Kinds and Qualities, SIEVES. WARE. <feCNotwitbstanding the "panics his stock is fully as large and complete as ever, and as his goods are selected with great care from the mannfacturorsor 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 f—also Lepines- tnd Quartiers- Jewelry of every style which can be found in a good Jewelry Store, and Fancy Articles of every description. He has also j^Jfe^^^-. SPECTACLES, a good assost-^S^^^ ment, always on hand, to suit all a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

JVE W ®T®11M9 Comer, of Allegheny and Bishop Srteets, BELLEEONTE, PA. THE subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally that he has opened an entirely new stock of goods in his NEW STORE POOM, opposite T. F. Boalich's Boot and Shoe Stoto. His stock of goods has been selected with gret£ care, and in quality and price will beai comparison with any in this market. The stock consists in part of iLadies Dress Goods, such as splendid Silk Bard Challies,Bareges, Brilliants, Delaines, Chintzes, Lawns, Prints, Sfc. &c. Groceries, Spices and Soaps of all kinds. Hardware, Queensware, Oedarware. Cloths, Plain and Fancy Cassimeres; Linin, Cotton and Velvet Pant Stuffs. Ready-made Clothing. Hats and Caps—a good assortment. Boots and Shoes of all kinds. JKT Call and see the stock before purchasingelse. where, as he intends selling low for cash, or in exchange for Country Produce. CHAS. McBRIDE. May 26, 1858—tl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

WM. S. TRIPPIsSMERCHANT TAILOR. N. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinily, that he has just returned from Philadelphia with a full assortment ol SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which he is now opening at his old stand one door castor the Post Office. His slock consists in part of Black, Blue and Brown French Cloths, Silk mixed Coating, Cashmere and While Duck for COATS; Black Doeskin and Fancy Summer Cassimeres, and Linen Drill, for PANTS; Black Satin, Figured Silks and White snd Figured Mar. saiells for VESTINGS. which he will make up 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 gelling their work well done at 'lis shop. 95-Thankful for the patronage heretofore bessowed, he respectfully solicits a continuance of the tame, WM. S. TRIPP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

3. M. STOYEK, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Bellefonte, Centre Co, Pa,, W ill attend promptly to all legal business intrusted to his care. Particular attention paid to Collections, and all monies promptly remitted. Office on High street, formerly occupied by Hon. James Buinsideand D.C. Boal, Esq. N. B. Consultations either in German or Encr. lish. [June 2nd, 1858." geo. w. swartz, Watclasiaals.ei* aaasl ©ealerisa Jewelry, &c, Sign or the big GILT WATCH, next door to the stoic of E. C. Humes & Bro'. Watches and Jewelry repaired and warranted. Bellefonte, August 18. 1858.—6m Bellefonte August.l 1881

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

2^»d£^533.23£22-Si52.^3s LOOK TO YOUR OWN INTERESTS. I HAVE foi sale almost all kinds of Farming Utensils, and will sell them as cheap as they anc be had any place in the country, or 1 will sell te Philadelphia prices, freight added. They arc as follows:— Allen's Improved Mower and Reaper, Atkin's celebrated self-raker Reaper and Mower, Manny's improved combined Reaper and Mower, Ketchum's Mow er and Reaper, Corn-Shellers ol diC ferenf kinds, Straw, Hay and Fodder Cutters from §7 to $40, Mills for grinding Chop, Ears Corn, &c, Circular Saw Mills, Cloverseed Gatherer, Ploughs of all kinds, Mich. Double and Subsoil, Cultivators of most all kinds, Grain Drills of different kinds and prices, Improved Steam Boilers for steaming food for Cattle, Barn Door Rollers, Hay Makers, Horse Hay Rakes, £c. i am also authorized to sell Farming Utensilsfor W. T. Boyer & Bro , makers of Farming Implements, Philadelphia; Paschall, Morris & Co., wholesale and retail dea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

Drug and Chemical Store Allegheny St., North Side of ihe Diamond. BELLEFONTE. PA. THE undersigned respectfully inform the citizens of Bellefonte and the -urrounding country, that they have purchased the Drug Establishment of Mr. Geo. I. Miles, and intend keeping the usual assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES , &C, which they will offer at reasonable prices.— There medicines, chemicals, drugs, &c, having been selecied with great care, at some of the best houses in the city, they flatterthemselves that they will be able to give entire satisfaction to all who may want anything in their line of business. They would especially call the attention of Physicians to their establishment, where they can be supplied with pure, fresh and re liable articles, on reasonable terms. ¦ They will keep constantly on hand Burning-Fluid, Camphene, Lamps, Segarsand Tobacco, Citron, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Perfumery.Poi-t-Momas, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Dyestuffs, Window Glas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

Old Established Drug Store, bellefonte; pa. THE undersigred rcspeclfullj inform their friends, and the public generally, that they have purchased the Drug and Chemical Store lately owned by Rev. A Brittain, and known as the 'Bellefonte Dispensary," in Brokerliqff's Row, 2 doors South ofthe Penn'a Hotel, and nearly opjmsitethe Conrad Home, where they have on hand a large assorlment, and will be regularly receiving fresh supplies of carefully selected Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, Surgical and Den tal Instruments, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Dye-Stujfs, Window-Glass, Brushes, Combs, Stationary, Fancy Armeies, Spices, Pofumery, fyc. 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 WINE S AND LIQUORS, for Medicinal purposes. They will also keep constantly on hand the best Uavanna and Principe CIGARS, with a complete assortment or Chewing and Smoking TOBACCO, and SNUF.F. In ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

O-reat Bargains IN ILLINOIS LANDS! 20,00® ACKES OF THE BEST PRAIRIE LANDS in Macon Shelby, Moultrie, and Clay counties, Illinoissituate near the Illinois Central, theGrcat Western and Terra Haute and Alton Railroads, which, from their central location, excellent soil and congenial climate, offer as favorable inducements to purchasers as can be had ia the West. They will be sold low. A numberof Farmers of Mifflin, and other coun ties, who saw these Lands, have made purchases and are referred to as to their fertility and location 53-Persons who desire to examine these Lands can take the morning Express Train to Pittsburgh on the Pennsylvania Railroad, thence to Alliance Crestline, Indianapolis, Lafayette, Danville, and Decatur, which point they will reach on the following evening. After the 10th or March, the subscriber will be at the Cassell House, Decatur, where those desirous of purchasing orexamining the Lands are requested to call JOSEPH MILLIKEN, Agent. Lewistown. Mifflin co.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

New Stage JLine FROM BELLEFONTE TO PINE GROVE, BY WAY OF THE FARMERS* HIGH.SCHOOL. THE subscribers respectfully inform the public that they have placed a two horse coach on this route, and will carry passengers to and from tho Farmers' High School, Pine Grove and all the intermediate points at cheap raws. This stage will run three times a week, leaving Belleronte on Monday s, Wednesday's and Friday's . A comfortable Coach and careful drivers will be provided to render the traveler comfoi table. K.D.CUMMINGS, JAS.DUNLAP, Se pember 10 1858 •— tf.i A SUPERIOR threshing mechiue, with cast iron strap wheel, and all the fixtures, complete, will be sold very cheap, it application be made immediately to G LO. A. BA ^ A KB. Oct.'59-, [ 3t.at Logan Foundry, BeUq

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

HABUflLONTOJV I.JJ10S NEW ENGLAND SETTLEMM. -i-» a RK OPPORTUNITY-TO ALL WANTING K,(arms_in a healty place, twenty-five miles from Philadelphia, on the Camden and Atlantic railroad New Jersey. An old estate has recently been open id for sale, and the first division of 10,000 acres divided up into farms of twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is or the best quality lor the production or fruits, grains, &c. The price is $15 to S20 per acre, payable in easy quarter yearly instalments, within a S of four years, with interest. The terms are made easy, in order to insure the rapid improvement ofthe land, by enabling every industrious man to b iv a farm. It is now being extensively improved bvy good roads, and some of the best citizens from New England, and the Middle States are erecting larVe improvements. It is a scene oi the greatest mprovoment out of Philidelphia Seventy-fivc houses have been built in four months..^"'"J farmers and business men from the length and bredth o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

******* GIFTS, GIFTS! GIFTS!! SPLJBND1D GIFTS! At 439 Chestnut Street.— The onlt/ Original Gift Book Store.. O. G. EVANS would respectfully inform his ^-* • friends and the public that his Star Gift Book Store and Publishing House is permanently established in Brown's splendid Iron Building, 429 Chestnut street, two doors below Fifth, where the .purchaser of each book at the regular retail price, will receive one or the following gifts, valued at from 25 cts. to §100. worth. 550 Patent English Lever GoM Watches, S100 00 each 550 Patent Anchor do do 50 00 400 Ladies'Gold Watches, 18c. cases, 35 00 600 Silver Hunting Watches, warral'd 15 00 500 Parlor Time pieces, . 10 00 500 Cameo sets, Ear Drops and Pins, 10 00 500 Ladies Gold Bracelets. 5 00 to 12 00 500 Gents' Vest and Fob Chains. 10 00 1000 Gold Lockets, double case, 100 00 1000 Gofd Pencil Cases with gold pens, 5 00 1000 Extra Gold pens, with Holders, 1 50 2500 Ladies' Gold Pencils, 5 00 2500 Gold Pens with silver Pencils, 2...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

EXCELSIOR. SHAVING SALOON, Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa. A PROCLAMATION! TO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAY COME—I, MESSICK GRAHAM,Grand Sultan orall the Barbers or the Keystone State, do hereby proclaim and make known to ALL People, that 1 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 nulling reception,and completely divest their physiognomy ofnature's unseemly pioductions. AND FURTHER, as the times are getting good and the-Banks making specie payments, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my subjects. WITNESS my S3" and the Great Seal of my RAZOR AND SCISSORS, atthe PALACE, in the year or Blue Beards. 1855. MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary. Oct 3,1855.—ly 23

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