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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

OrphansCourt Sale. BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Centre county, will be Sbld by pu'b= lie outcry on the premises, on ' Friday the 24th day of December .he.st, A certain tract of land siluate.in walker township Ce'ntve county, about, one mile South-west ofthe town of Hublersburg. being part ofthe real estate of "'-¦"tain MeKean ded'd, bounded by lands of D. I). McKe:n on the South, by lands of Henry Dunliie's heirs oi the West, by lands of Michael Dnnklc on tho N.'ith. and on the East by lands orYV*jl!j/im Pennngton and Thomas Best, containing one hulid red a id 43 acres and 27 perches i 80acres.whereof are e'eared, and the ballnm-e well timbered. The Farm :,lso.contains an Orchard of thrivingfruit trees and is well supplied with tunning water. Upon it \A ercctpd THREE DWEELING HOUSES, a frame burn and other outbuildings. A good iii_'e will be made to the purchaser of lhe property TERMS OF SALE—One half ihe purchase money oa confirmation of lhe sale, tbe remainder ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

Assignees.Kotice. , I iHJi andciaignea having been.appointed J. Assignee to settle the business affairs of Ja cob W-ilf and J. & J. C. Wot*,' of ihe town of Aaronsburg, hereby notifies all peroous kno-n-inf themselves indebted to either firm, lo come forward and make immedivte settlement, and all those.having claims, to present their accounts properly au' tlieaticatcd for settlement. THOSS. HAftPER, A.-ironsbursr, Nov, I2ih 1858. Assi«nce. JVotice* ALL persons holding the Bonds of the Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad Company, issued Nov. 11th 1S57, payable twelve months after date, will present them for payment at the office of the President, on and afier the 15th inst WM. VjNDERWOODjPres-d't. Unionville. Ce lire co. Pa., Nov, IS, 1858. VALUABLE HEAL ESTATES. FOR SALE, a house and lot of ground In Bellefonte, situate on Bishop street. 4nsA A two story framello&se, bank barn and other|||| outbuildings—a desirable residence lor a private family. For terms apply to....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

DE. JACKSON TNDIAN PHYSICIAN, (late of St. XLouis.) OF ERIE CITY, PA., may be consulted as foFfews—Free of Charge. Bellefonte, Pa., "Conrad House," Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 31, and January 1st and 2d. Tyrone, Pa., "National Hotel," Tuesday, January 4th. Clearfield, Pa., "Mansion House," Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January 7th, 8th and9th. - J ' INDIAN BOTAMC REMEDIES! Iu treatment of diseases of the Liings and Chest, Liver, Stomach. Bowels, Heart, Nerves, Skin, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, or any and all diseases arising from Impure Blood, Female Weekness and Female Diseases of all Kinds,- also all forms of Chronic or long standing diseases, have given Dr. Jackson a World wide reputation. Dr Jackson, although paying special attention lo Lung, Throat, Heart and Female diseases, also invites the consultations in all Chronic diseases incident to the-humon system, Seeing many thousand cases every year, he is well prepared to give an opinion as to the curability bf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

CJLOVfEK HCULXUft, THE SUBSCRIBERS WISH TO INFORM THE public thai they still manufacture the above named machines and have now a lot on hand readv for dehvary and warranted to work equal to any of the kind ever made. For information in reference to the practical working of these Huliers we refer to the lollowing gentlemen: William Forster, Farmers' HigS School. Robert Forster, « ¦•a .. E. Zimmerman, Jacksonville. Emanuel Smith, Niliany Hall. James Zimmerman, Hublersbur" And to any person else that may have them' ia. use Orders solicited in referenee to the workine of our 1 hrashing Machiasa ase aefened toj"*?. Longviell-, js-illanv yB J.PhihpGephart, Zion, Damei Durst, old Fort, ~ rf, °Jl^"err Harris township. David Stasim,. j,oop. *' v^ils J' J?. anaTael'iT6 the Pe'i-pahifspaieiwSH*. KER * STRAW CARRIER, the best workingXker now mode fbj-proof of this-we refer to those who have them. in. use. 1 Work of all kinds in tHeir line of business dons at short notice and reasonable term...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

Wtpmii Bank or flUM-ES, M'ALLISTER, HALE &C0«, Bellefonte, Centre Coy Pa. ' E.C.BSHKS, J.T.HALE, H. N. M'ALHSTER, A. Q. ^^1*, Interest Paid on Special Deposits. DEPOSITS received, Bills ofEzcbangeana Wo( - D.scounted, Collections made and proceeds rem.tted promptly Interest paid on -Special Deuos ttes (or JVinety Days, and under Six Month, a!X rate of Four per cent, per Annun * . Kr «h Alontln and upwards, at the rateofFve per cent ner Annum. Exchange on the East consFaml/onJ Bellefonte, Nov. S6,. 185F—tf. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

©KAIM l GRAIN I rjASH paid for all kinds of grain, at the V market price, by - B ' -22L^J38L_E1C. HUMES & BROTHER. TU-ES. ALLEN'S ZyloBaJsaman, can be XTJL had at GREEN & McMEEN.'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

SBa^aa^BQyTqmaaa DOLKTO YOUJi OWN ISfPEREUTa I HAVE'-fot sale almost all kinds of FarmiHg Utensils, and will Sb]l them Hs" biioap as they iHs be had any piabh lli the bpiiiitfy,. be. I- wiii sell it Philadelphia prices, freigHt added. They arts lis follows:—- . ¦ - , - Allen's jmproved Mower and Reaper, Allan's celebrated sell-raker Reaper ah'i Mower, Manny's irnpfbvad Bbrhbihetl Reaper and Mowfer, Ketchhm's Mow er and Reaper, C8vn-Shell'p.jsof dif ferent kinds, Strawj Hay and Fodder Cutters from;$7 lo $4Q, Mills for grinJdingChop, Ears ,. Corn, &e.-, Circular Saw Mills, Cioverseed Gath-.--.--- erer, Ploughs..of aH kinds, Mich: boutJ=" . le and Slibsbll; Cultivaiuts of most all kinds, Grain Drills of different . kinds and ptifiesj Improved Steam Boilers for sledfning food for Cattle, Barn Door Rollers, Hay Makers, Horse Hay Bakes, #c. I am also afithomed to sell Farming Utensils for *V. '!' ¦ Boyer & Bro , makers of Farming Implements, Philadelphia; Paschal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

Drug and Chemical Store Allegheny St., North Side of the Diamond. BELLE FONTE. PA.. rpHE undersigned respectfully inform the *¦ cilizetis of Bellefonte and lhe surrounding country, that they have purchased lhe 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 selected with great care, at some'of the best houses in the city, they flatlerthem. selves that (hey 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, Segdrsand Tobacco, Citron, Hair and Tooth Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Perfumery.Port-Monias, also Paints, Oils, Varnishes,-Dyestuffs, W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

Old Established Drug Store, BELLEFONTE, PA.!. t THE undersigned respectfully inform their friends, and the public generally, that they have purchased the DVa'gaad' Chemical Store lately owned by Rev. A Briitain, and known as the 'Bellefonte Dispensary," in B7-okerho$' s Row, 2 doors South oft he Penn'a Hotel, and nearly opposite the Conrad House where they have on band a large assorimenl, and will be regularly recefvfhg ftesh supplies of carefully selected Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals. Surgical and Dental Instruments, Oils, Paints, Varnishes, Dye-Stuffs, Window-Glass, Brushes, Combs, Stationary, Fancy Ar>;. cles, Spices, Perfumery, &c. All the PATENT MED1CIN hs ol THE DAY. Pine Oil, Lard 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 will also keep constantly on hand the host Havanna and Principe CIGARS, with a complete assortment of Clsewing- and Smoking...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

fa-reat Bargains IN ILLINOIS LANDS! 2©,©0© ACRES 0F «^mE ?FS? ^KAIRIE LANDS in Macon y fcnelby, Moultrie, and Clay counties, Illinoissituate neacthe Illinois Central, theGreat Western jand'Terra Haute and Alton Kailroads, which.from .their central location, excellent soil and congenial climate, offer ag fa.vorabl& inducements to. purchasers as can be had in-the-West, 'Plisy, wijji basold low.. _ A number or Farmers of Mifflin, and other couti lies, who saw these Lands, have made purchases ; aB idr D referred' * a»«> tfteir fertility andToCatioa . - iKTPersonsrwho desire to examine these Lands jean take the morning Express Train to Pittsburgh on ihe Pennsylvania Railroad, thence to Alliance t-restlme, Indianapolis-, Enfayette, Danville, and | Uecatur, which point they will-reach on the following evening. A'ffer the 10th of Marohj the subscriber %vill be at the Cassell House, Decatur, where those desirous of purchasing or examining the Lands are requested to call . . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

Wcw Stage Mne , FROM BELLEFONTE TO PINE GROVE T EY WAY 0>TH£ FARMERS' HIGH SCHOOL. '' Hfc subscribers respectfully inform the public that they have placed a two horse coach on ihis route, and will carry passengers to and from the * armors' High School, Pine Grove and all the inter! medmte points at cheap rams. This- stage will run three times a week, leaving Bellefonte on Monday's Wednesday s and Friday's J A comfortable Coach and careful drivers will be provided to-render the traveler com/enable. K.D.CUJV1MINGS, c , JAS.DUNLAP, Sepember 10 1858 -—if,? fHE SUBSCRIBERS are now opening a n w fiYrCatoes,M"sll"s*c" at inc ChtaP W- A. THOMAS Jr„ & CO,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

HAIH9EONT02V- I.AWD*. NEW ENGLAND SETTLEWET. _ -rt A RE OPPORTUNITV—TO ALL WAA IIISG ftlariftS—in a heahy place, twenty-five mites Irom Pliilaaelphia, on the Camden and Atlantic railroad S Jersey. Ail 6lU estate has recently been open r-d for sale,and the first-division.of 10,000 acres ditided up into farms of twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is ofthe best quality for tie production of JYuil, trains, &e. The price is §15 to $20 per acre, navab'ie in easy quarter yearly instalments, with.n a form of four years, with interest. The. teims are made easy, in order to insuie the rapid improvement ofihe land, by enabling every industrious man to buva farm. It is now being extensively impioved bv s'do'd roads, and Some of the best citizens lrom New England, and the Middle States are erecting lame improvements.- It is a scene ol the greatest improvement out of Philidelphia' Seventy-five houses have been built in four months. Practical farmers and business men from lhe length...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

GIFTS, GIFTS! GIFTS!! SPI.EWDIB OIFTS! At 439 Chestnut Street.— 27te only Oiginal Gift Booh Store. aG. fiVANS wo'li'ld'j-espestful-ly inform his • friends and the public that his Star Gift Book Store and-Publishing House is permanently established in Brown's splendid lr.on Building, 42y Chestnut street, two doors below Fifth, where the purchaser of each book at the regular.retail price, wil] receive one e-f theToitowiBg gifts, valued at frofe 25 cts, to $390. ,-„ „ worth. 5a0 Patent English Lever Gold Watches, §100 00 each 550 Patent Anchor do do. 50 00 400 Ladi.es* Gold Watches", 18c. eases, 35 00 60S Sjlver Hunting Watches, warrat'd >5 00 500 Parlor Time pieces, . ¦ ]ti' (^ 500 Cam'eos««,BarD>ops-aai3 Pins, TO 68' 500 Ladies G'di'd'Bracelet's. 5 00 to 12 00 500 Gents' Vest and Fob Chains, 10 00 1000 Gold Lockets, double case. 100 00 1000 Gold Pencil Cases with gold pens5 00 , 10U0 Extra Gold pens, with Holders,- 1 50 25-10 Ladies' Gold Pencils,' 5 00' 2500 Gold P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

' i: EXCELSIOR SHA1TINQ SAI*OD»T. ' i Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa lLn »T A PROCLAMATION I fPO ALMEN TO WHOM THESE PRE S/MTS , 'A MAY COME—I, MESSICK r n a a a «¦ ', f Sultan of all the Barbers,o theK^^lJ^t 1 .ereby proclaini and make known^ALL People t,»» /e ^"Sd 'aP n,v PALACE in U.e neafes 'fecentfon Lf mGf re, adj,to eivotliem. a cuu&g ?r„?, ",d comPle'ely divest their physiognomy cf nature's unseemly pioduclions. i j^D ^KTHER, as the times are getting good , foTpfA% 3 makinS specie payments, I'll take I -ifd ,at Par from all my subjects. 7 WITNESS my SKT and the Great'Ssal of my RA-40R AiVD SCISSORS, atthe.FALACE,ui.they€ar of Blue Beards. 1855. ' ; MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, GENTEEL SHAVER, Secretary. • Oot 3..1S55.—ly 93-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

rfo ComsuBttpii-vesv—ThB adver i J. user having been restored to- health in a few 'weeks, by a very simple remedy, after bavins suffered several years-with-a-ssvopb &un« A&;„„ , and that dread disease. Cbitsumption.-is.anxiou' to make known to his fellow:sufrerers lhe means of ,c«re. To all who desire it he will send a copy os the prescription used {free qfc7targe)\ with dircci f»«A prepannff-and using the same, which the? will find a sure Cure- for" Consumption, Astfona, Broncos, le. The only object ol' the'advef S^ in sending tSe prescription is to benefit the afflic" edand he hopes every sufferer will try his remedv as it will cos them nothing, aLd may p.ove KleS' ParUes-wwhinglheprcscrlption-willpleasVadd^caf REV. EDWARD A. WILSOir ' Oot. 8th, '58.^,. WUliMsburS> Long [slano TgBJR g^BSfJE PREPARED BV DR. S:\tfF0Rtfj Compounded Entirely from, GUYIS' IS one of the best Purgative and 1 -„,„» H..Y • now before the public: ahd zc,8Z"cat*l, l easier, milde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

'A LAKGK supply of superior w^ter and J\_ sugar crackers—from lhe celebrated 'iVatiufactory of K. & J.Davis, Eittsburg—just r&eived and for sale atthe-nevv store'of. I CHA'S; McBRIDT rptlli best Worm Medicine in use, (ii5 JL J". Miles: Worm Expeller) can-always-be had bylihe bottle or quantity, from the sole proprietors Bollcfonte, Nov. 6, GREEN & McMEEN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

IMLAFS B1NK NOTE REPORTER PUBLISHED WEKKI.Y AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. . THM necessity that exists for more freqtien intelligence for gencial 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 by delay, and for their own protection requires prompt early and frequent information of a reliable charac ler. This deficiency will now be supplied^ Itmusl also be admitted that.Bank Note Dcieitnfs life in the hands, too frequently, either rif persons entirely unacquainted wilh the Bank Note business, or who are immersed in oiher pursuits to :in extent that a settled indiffeienec to the wants, expectations, and necessitiesof iheco'mmuriiiy becomes the stereotype character of the publications. . This trespass upon public confidence .will be remedied by issuing, a Weekly Bank Note Reporter, with advantages that must command universal intention. The Bank N ote Reporter will be cor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

The "Broadway Omniks," Tfi®GREATEST PA1-KR OP THE AGE' A beautifWyIllustrated Monthly sheetTand a Pape that is a Paps' "drawS ?pW ( it. Humor, Facts, and Scenes drawn from life—"Here you are, right aicav, rhrhl nOt*' Ft1 *?!"*' Brwdiag, Broadway, rigltltJ On y F,t,y Cents- ump in "and take a r\il oice seated in our "Omnibus," we will endeavor to bo?h of th™ T?Ct nar'and giv,e *ou'in the ~«£ ¦ wJ^-S^?* i east hfty cen ^ worth of .Fan and USUiHl iiifohnatibir. We will' snow yoir up Broad ffite*'-0, 1 BmVery' thwwo'cSKl the other principal streets, giving you ample time terT.t6 P ^t™ a"^***SooipeeTatTheX ter b units, Confidence Operators. &c. M, Wfvfill show voir life city by the day ]pt, by gas light, by moon light, by candle light,, b? star lilht. and will arive the "Omnibus" to so~m»- parts of the city where there is nolighll We will endeavor to post you on all the tricks and traps ofthe great metropolis and also amuse many an hour with interesting reading matter. "Throw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

A BEAUTILFU HEAD < "' • ¦'•' ' " OF- '-' ¦'.• '" RfGB- ^ GLOSSVBaiR, Uompletely Preserved To -the Greatest Ase. ND.who thai is gray would not have ii restored -n. to former color; p.r bald but would have m» ¦ growth.restored, | or troubled with dandruff.and itching but won d havc.t lemovedior troubled With' scrolula, scald head or oilier eruptions but' would' be cured ur with sick heidiche. (neuralgia) but wonld be cured. It will also remove fi-H pimple, from the face and skin: Prof Wood's Hair "re to' rative willdo aU 'his. See circular and the follow ing ' r> m , m^ Ann Arbor, ftov. 5,1855:-, ProfO J.-Wt fOD-^pcar Sir: I have heard miio said of the wonderful eflcels of your JJair Resto' rative, but having been so often cheated by quack ery and quack nostrums, hair dyes, &c'„ I was d'i* posed to place your Uestorative in the stimd' dai'e' gory wuh the thousand and one loudly truntneted quack remedies, until I met you in Lawrencecountysome months since, whe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

^ CERTIFICATES. PAIN ERADICATORi MESSRS. GREEN & M'MEE,\2~ ' ~ Genltemen:—For the last three year* I r>. beairsahject to Neoualgu of the mosi severe ^ acter-itt one time confined to my room fo',h™' !mon.i.h3-withit,andsnbject to re ™urn °?onSn J??, got wef or wa& in lhe damp I tried a ewtmVn remedies for it. but found no permanenfreiierun^ I got Rev. Geo. 1 Milks' Pain EntnioATon ,„ " pared by you, which has neler Meifto a^aY,, " ,j£ ,pam when applied. I also use it for Sore Throat with he samegood effect, and lino,of it bei„gu °6ed" for Rneumatism, with good results.. I belie"! it t«. be.-.good medicine for the above-named disease and no humbug, and would cordially reco mmend ^ to all suffering with either Neuralgia or R.leumatismf JOHW M'CALMONT. i ^SS !'s AGRH:f:N f M'Meen:—Ihave used r„« Rh^UeS ^Er ^cator, prepared by you?for ,W Rheumatism in my shoulder, aid found great re| * r and would recommendit to others BimilaHy'ffec'^*' 5T_-9 JOH«7 Bfic1g*' ...

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