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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

OFpfeniisCourt S§ate9 BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Centre county, will he exposed to public sale on - SATURDAY NOV. 20th, 1858. on the premises, the following described real estate lhe property ol Hugh Shaw, late of Lilrorty township, doe'd, viz : One certain Farm or tract of land, bounded and described as follows: on the North by lands of Christina JS'cstlcroad, on the East by lands of Susan Shaw, on the South by the Bald Eaole Creek, and on the West by lands of Christina Nesiferoad, containing OiN' E HUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES, and allowance, one hundred and twenty acres of which is cleared and in' a good slate ol cultivation, having thereon erected a larue „¦ _ TWO STORY DWELLING HOUSE, jfe| | BARN and other outbuildings, a go'odjMJJffl ^ orchard, and a never failing well of water. ' ALSO: At the same time and ploco, a certain tract of good TIMBER LAND containing seventy acres, and allowance, situate on the Bald Eagle Creek, adjoining lands of Samuel Hayes, Jam...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

Otl&IiaissCourt Sale* BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Centre county, will be exposed to public sale on ' FRIDAY BOY. 19th, 1858, •at 10 o'clock, A. M., on the premises, a certain FARM OR' TRACT OF LAND, situate in Liberty township, Centre county, being part of the real estate ofChristinn D. Bochdcl, doe'd, bounded by lands of Samuel Bechdol on the East, by the Bald Eagle Creek on the South, by lands of" Michael Shank on the North and Wesi, containing ffaft ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN ^Ly=B=ljl. Acres, more or less, whricon is erected a DWELLING HOUSE, BARN ami other outbuildings. A large portion .syJisreof is cleared and in a good stale ol cultivation. TERMS:—One half the.purchase money to be paid in hand at the confirmation of (he sale, and ih e residue in one year thereafter, with inierest, to be secured by bond and morigiiiie on the promises. SAMUEL BECIIDEL, NELSON ASKF.Y, Oct. 26th, 1858. Exec'rs of C. D. Bechdel,dee'd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE. FOR; SALE, a house and lot of ground In Bellefonte, situate on Bishop strcet.^ss& A two story frame house, bank burn and ollierfiilg outbuildings—a desirable residence lor a 'private family. For terms apply to THOMAS McCLEAN or R. G. DURHAM, Anent. Bellefonte, Oct. 1,1858.tr. AdsiMisi§t9F<§ Wtotfce. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of Administration on the estate ofAnihony W. Myers late of Centre comity dee'd, have been granted to the subscriber. All persons indebted to said osiaie are notified to make immediate j.avment, and those having claims against said estate will present them duly authenticated for settlement. C. DERR, Bellefonte, Oct. 29. '58.—Gt. - Adm'r. •Kwilitor's ilPotice, THE undersigned Auditor, appointed by the Orphans'Court of Centre county to make distribution of lhe monies arising out of the sale of the real estate of M. & VV. Riddle, amongst the various iian creditors, hereby gives notice that he will attend t...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

fSJcpasit Mmilu HUMES, M'ALLISTER, HALE & CO BesSefante, Centre Co, &'a E. c: HUMES, J. T.HALK, H. N. M'ALLISTER, ' A G. COKTIN Interest Paid on SpeciabDeposUs DEPOSITS received, Bills of EschangCjand Notes Discounted, Collections made and proceeds remitted promptly. Interest paid on Special Deposttes (or -Ninety Days, and under Six Months, at the rate of Four per cent, per Annum. For Six Months and upwards, at the rate oPFive percent, per Annum. Exchange on tho East constantly on hand. Bellefonte, .Nov. 25, 185G—tf. op ., ., .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

_©eAIr¥ I• GRAIN'S. f~\ASH paid for all kinds of graiu, at the VV market price, by Oct 22, '58. E. C. HUMES & BROTHER. K(\{\ B^GS OF GROUND ALUM SALT. uUvJ 500 do Dairy and Tabic Salt for sale, w fur cash'I'V Soi 1.15. ' \V. A. THOMAS, Jr. & CO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

OP=&~ ^ 03. a^Lki^d 33i S§5 3 LOOS TO YGUII.OWjM WJTE11ESTS. i flAV\E foi sale almost ail kinds of • Panning Utensils, and will sell them as cheap as ihey auc be had any place in the country, or I \vii; sell al Philadelphia prices, freight added. They are as follows-'—: Alletr's Improved Slower and Reap'er. Atkin'a celebrated self-raker Renper and -Mower, Manny's improved combined .Reaper and,Moiv«r, Ketciium's Mow er and Reaper, Corn-She]lersol different kinds, Straw, Hay and Fodder Cutters from S7 to S-!0, Mills for grinding Chop, Ears Corn, &c., Circular Saw' ' Mills, Cloverseed Gatherer, Ploughs' of all ' kinds, Mich. Double and Subsoil, .. , Cultivators, of roost ail kinds, Grain' Drills of different kinds and prices, Improved Steam Boilers for steaming food for Cattle, Barn-Door Rollers, Hay Makers, Horse Hay Hakes, $'c. "I am also authorized to sell Farming Utensilsfor W. T.Boycr & Brp ,- makers of Farming Implements, Philadelphia;. Paschal!, Mor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

Drug and Chemical Store Allegheny St., North Side of ihe Diamond. BELLEFONTE PA.-THE undersigned respectfully inform the . citizens of Bellefonte and lhe -urrounding country, that they have purchased the Drug Establishment of Mr. Geo. I. Miles, and intend keeping the usual assortment of DRUGS. MEDICINES, cfc.GT, which they will offer at reasonable'prices.— There n.edieiiies, chemicals, drugs, Sic, having been selected with great care, at some of the best houses in the city, they flatter them, selves that they will be able- lo 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, Camphcne, Lamps, Segarsand Tobacco, Citron, hair aiid Tooth Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Perfumery Port-Manias, also Paints.. Oils, Famishes. Dyeduffs, Window Glass; also...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

Old Established Drug Store. BELLEFONTE, PA. -^raaj&v TIIF, nnilersigrcd respectfullyinform ^pgjggjp their friends, and the public generally, S§§sj5 that ihey have purchased the Drug and Kgpll Chemical Store lately owned by Rev. A ^§§|_»S Briltain, and known as the 'JSellef'OESfe ©IsaseESsas'y," m Brckerhoff's "ow, 2 doors South of the Pnm'a Hotel, and nearly opposite the 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, Stationary, Funcy Art'- ¦ cles, Spices, Perfumery. iyc. All the PATENT MED1CIN KS of THE DAY. Pine Oil, Laid and Fluid Lamps, ofevery description ; fresh Pine Oil and Burning Fluid always on hand. Also Lamp Globes. | PURE WINES AND LIQUORS; for Medicinal 'purposes. \ They wjll also keep constantly on hand the best llavannaand Principe CIGARS, with a com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

d-reat Bargains ., l "'N ILLINOIS LANpsr 30,000 A©f6SEi§ J OF THF. BEST-PRAIRIE LANDS in)Macon Shoiby, Moultrie and Clay counties, Illinoissituate near the Illinois Central, theGreat 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 in the West. They wili;be sold low. / A number of Farmers of Mifflin, and other conn ties, who sawibese Lands,, have made pirchascs and are referred to as to theirferlility and location S3"Persons who dcsiie to examine thesJ Lands can take lhe morning Kxpress Train 10 Pij'sbiirgh on lhe Pennsylvania Railroad, thence lo Alliance Crestline, Indianapolis, Lafayette,- Danvijle, and Decatur, which point they will reach on thefollowing evening. Alter the 10th of March,thesubscriber will be at the Cassell House, Decaturj where those desirous of purchasing or examining the Lands are requested to call I JOSEPH MILLIKEN, Agent. Lewislow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

Kew Silage JLisae j-FROM BELLEFONTE TO PINE GROVE, BV WAY OF THE FARMERS' HIGH SClloil,. THE subscribers respectfully inform llrj public that they have placed a two horse ceach on this rede, and will carry passengers to and from the Furmers'"Higli School, Pine Grove and all the intermediate points at cheap raws. This stage i-ill run thice times a week, leaving Bellefonte on Mtnday's, Wednesday's and Friday's j A comfortable Coach and.careful driverswili be provided to render the traveler comfoitablej R. D.CUMA1IN3S, JAS. DUNLAPi Sepcmber 10 1S58 •—tf.t I A SUPERIOll threshing mechiu , with cast iron strap wheel, and all the Ixtuies, complete, will be sold very cheap, if appliciuoiu made immediately to "GEO. A. BAVAlJD, Oct/59-, | " o. at I.ogan Foul ib'y, be !lq

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

. sI;iMM@PJT©r¥ M^TB-S •NEW KNGLA'ND SETTLEMET. P Attii OPPORTUNITY—TO. ALL WANTING JLMarms—in a beaky place, twenty-five miles from Philadelphia, on lhe Camden and Atlantic railroad iVovv Jersey- Anoid estate has recently been open cd for sale, and ihe arsi. division of 10,000 acre's divided up into farms of twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is of tho best quality Jbr"*4hg -production ol fr.iits,.grains, &c. The"price is SI5 to 820 per acre, payable in easy quarter" yearly instalments',- within a term'of four years, with interest. The toriiis a.re made easy, in order to instue the rapid improvement of the {And, by enabling every industrious man to buy a farm. It is now being-extensively impioved by gond roads, and some of the best citizens from New England, and the Middle States are' erecting large improvements. It is a scene of 'thc-grentesl improvement out of Philidelphia Seventy-five houses have been built in four months. Practical farmers and business men from the l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

GIFTS, GIFTS! GIFTS!! SFIjEiVlNUb) GIFTS'! At 439 Chestnut Street.— The only Original Gift Book Store. rj. G. EVANS would respectfully inform his y" • friends and the public that his Star Gift Book Store and Publishing House is permancnlfy.estab lished in Brown's splendid Iron Building. 42U Chestnut slreet, two doors below Fifth, where the pur chaser of each book at the regular retail price, w.ll receive one of the following gifts, vaiucd at frt-in 25 cis. to §100. worth. 550 Patent English Lever Gold Watches, S19& 00 each 550 Patent Anchor do do 50 00 4C0 Ladies'Gold Watches, 18c. cases, 35 00 600 Silver Hunting Watches, warral'd 15 00 500 Parlor Time nieces,. . ,30 (10 500 Cameo sets, EarDrops'and Pins, ]0 00 000 Ladies Gold Bracelets. 5 00 to . 12 00 500 Gents' Vest and Fob Chains, 10 00 luCC Gold Lockets, double case, 100 00 1000 Gold Pencil Cases with gold pens, 5 fO 1000 Extra Geld pens, with Holders, 1 50 2500 Ladies' Gold Pencils, 5 00 2500 Gold Pens with silver Pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

EXCELSIOR SHAVIN'G SAI*© ON. Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa A PROCLAMATION! TO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRL.V-INTS MA*COMR_l,MESSlCKCttAUA.\i. iVand Sultan of all the Barbers of the Keystone State, do Hereby proclaim and make known to ALL People that 1 have filled, up my PALACE in the neatest manner lor the reception of my .loyal subjects, where i will be at all times ready to give them a catlne recepnon.and completely divest their physiocrat olnaiureVunseemlyp^otluctioiis. ". J and M °P ?™THIi j1.- «fa« lime are getting good o?,pn,r ks ,ma't,nS, sPccio Payments, 1'?! take ivr-r.v?.yj, ilr ll0m a"my objects. 7fiR I v k £.?¦?££and U"5G,"eat Scil1 of my RAZOR AND SCISSORS, at tho PALACE, in the yea. of Blue Beards. 1855; MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, r, . o ',0P.lilNTEEL SHAVER, Secretary Oct 3,1855.—Iy . - ¦ 23

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

A LARGE supply of superior -water ant sugar "crackers—from the celebrated Manufactory of R. & J.Davis, Pittsburg—jusl received aud for sale at the new store of CHA'S. MeBRinF. THE SUBSCRIBERS are' now opening a i w supply ol'Callicocs, Muslins &c..,at tnc C:u p do Store of W.A.THOMAS Jt',s,i i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

LYILAFS MNK N0TB KEP0ETEJK l'CUIJISIlKU WKKII1.Y AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. . THE necessity that exists fur more frequent intelligence for general securiiy, regarding Banks and Counterfoil Bank Note*, has long been evident, s,id never more so than at the present moment. The interest of the •commuriily suffers by delay, and lor their own protection requires prompt early and frequent information oTa reliable charac tci- This deficiency will now be supplied. It must aiso be admitted lhat Bank Nolo Detectors are in the hands, too frequently, cither of persons entirely unacquainted wilhthe Bank Note business, or who •¦re immersed ia other pursuits to an extent that a settled indifference'4o the wants, expectations, and nece=3ii:esof ihecommuniiy becomes the stereotype character of the publications. This trespass upon public couSdencc will be remedied by issuing a Weekly Bank Note Reporter, with advantages lhat must command universal attention. -'¦ The Bank Note Reporter will be corr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

. / i'CAS® fs'tssk Up. James /Mi Jarrett, of the NEW YORK LUNG / INFIRMARY.—My connection fortho past eight I years with the above Institution, as Chief Phy'sio cian, and a twelve years* course of steady devoiion o the cure of Pulmonary Consumption aud its kinired diseases, together with my unrivalled opportuaities and advantages of pathological research:— mded'not a little by a perfect system of Medvdl inhalation—Ims enabled me. to arrive at a decisive, direct, and successful course of treatment for tho positive and radical cure of ail the diseases of tho 'J'broat, Lungs, and Air-Passages. By Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicines are directly addressed to the diseased organs and the integument. I do not advise the use of Medical Inhalation of any kind, to the exclusion of general treatment; and although I consider it a useful'adjuvant in the proper management of those fearluland often fatal diseases, yel I deem it very necessary that each patient should have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

The "Broadway Omnibus." THE GREATEST I'.U&R OF THE AGE! A beautifully Illustrated Monthly sheet) and a Paper that -'s a Paper, A budget of Wit, Humor, Facts, and Scenes drawn from life—"Here you are. rigid auay, rhlil away, right away, Broadway, Broadway, right iipl" Only Fifty Cents—jump in and lake a ride.. Once seated in our "Om.mbus, " we will endeavor to both, amuse and instruct you, andgive'vbu.'in'the course oftlie.jear.at least fifty i ems' worth of Fun and useful informatii/n. We will show you up Broadway, down the old Bowery, through Chatham and the other principal streets, giving you ample lime to see the Elephant and get a good peep at ihe Peter Funks, Confidence Operators. <&c. &c, We will show you the cily by lhe day light, by gas light, by moon light, by candle light, bv star iighi, and will drive the "Omnibus" to some parts of ihe city where there is no light'. We will endeavor to post you on -jII the tricks and traps of lhe great met...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

TtSJE JLRVJBU PREPARED BY DIl.SANFORD Compounded Entirely from GUMS' TS one of the best Purgative and Liver M'edicint. A- now be ore the public, and acts as a Calha'lir easier, milder and more effectual than any othra medicine known. It is not only a Cathartic but a Liver remedy, acting first on tin Liver*o eject it's morbid matter, thus accomplishing two- purpose* efcctnalkf, without any of ibe pamful TceliiiEs experienced in the. operations -of jnogi ^'athanfe's-¦ft strengthens the system at the 's.imB tim0".t|,at i* purges it., and when tatoi daily in moderate db'sefc will sttengiben and build it vp .vyith „nHSBaU^ ditv. . , ¦--- The -LIVER- is one . at night loosens " Hrt of the principal regu _-; bowelsgectly and cures lators of Uie humanpi—j Costiveness body; and when it per- One dose taken af\W forms its functions wellf^ each meal ..will cure the powers of the sys- Dyspepsia, tern are fully developed r. itCTOne dose of two The stomach;is almost1- 'leaspoonfulls will a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

A'BEilJTILFU IJE>VD ; • " ' ' OF" ¦ rich--.©.Losas* mum . Lompteielu Preserved ;; - T© ilia '©peatest' Age.' A ND who thai is gray would not have it restored -Ci to former color; or bald but would have iho growth restored, or troubled with dandruff and itching but wou!d have it iemo\;ed,ot troubled with' scrofula, scald- head or oilier eruptions but would be cured, or with sick. he:d,i-he. (neuralgia) but would bo cured. It will also remove iili-pimplcfrom the face and skin. Prof Wood's Hair re«to' rative will do all 'his. See circular and thefollow ing1 . - ' ' • ¦ . ¦ ¦ - .'. Ann A neon, Nov. 5,1856. ProfO J. Wood—Dear Sir: I have-heard mue: said of the wonderful eTTeels of your Ilal'r Restorative, but having been so often cheated by quack' cry and quack.nostrums, hair dyes, 4c, I was disposed to place your Restorative in the same cate-' gory with the thousand and one loudly trumpeted' quack remedies, until I met you in Lawrence county some months since, when von gave m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

CERTIFICATES. • 1 PAISS1 ERADICATOR! MESSRS. GREEN &¦ M'MEEN—- GENr.TEMKN:—For the last three years, I have been subject to Nbuiialcia of the most severe character—atone time confined to'my room for throe months with it, and subject" 10 rciurn as often as i got wet or was in lhe damp . I tried a- g'reat many remedies for.it. but found no permanent relief until I got Rev;Gi:o. I Milks' Pain EnADiCAton, as prepared by you, which has never.failod to.eradidaiethj pain, when applied. 1 also use it for Sore Throat with tho same good eHbct.and know'ofit beino- used' f'or'Riieumatisni, with good results. -I believe it to bo "a good medicine for the above-named disease." and no humbug, and would coidially reco mmend ih to all suffering with either Neuralgia o"r Rheumatism J01 IN M'CALMONT. Mksser. GuF.ra'rS- M'Mf.en.:—I have used n«o I. Miles' Pain' Eradicator, prepared by you, for ihe' Rheumatism'in my shoulder, and found great relief; and would recommend il to others similarly aH...

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