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

fflffi CENTRAL PEESS lj IS-TUELISIIED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT Is«« ' ¦ - BELLEFONTE, PA., .\;*.K>- .... BY tflen Forney & J. G. Kurtz, ' •' ::: .- ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS: il.'.Two Dollaks a year, which may be discharged bjrthp-payment of One Dollar and Fifty Cents ^ _^ beTor'e'the expiration of six monts from the time o( subscribing. No subscription received for a less period than six moms. •;sJ*5*.lVo paper will be discontinued until all artea'rages are paid unless at the option of the publisher. L-,--_ ¦¦ —0 — -.-.•-. RATES OF ADVERTISING. • '..T'he following are our terms of advertising, which 'tvill'be strictly adhered to: -OiKssquare, (12 lines) three insertions, 81 00 .Every subsequent insertion, 25 Auditors' Notices,' 1 50 ^Administrator arid Executors' Notices, 175 Notice. ofApplicants for License, 1.00 Notices, (or Strays, 100 Merchants, (4 squares) by the year, 10 00 Merchant Tailors and Grocers" by year, 8 00 ^ Mechanics' and Professional Cards, by y...

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

JHepomt Bank v\ OF HUMES, M'ALLISTER, HALE & CO. BeUefonte, Centre Co, Pa. & C. HUMES, 1- T. HALE, H. N. M'ALLISTER, . A. G. CURTIN, Interest Paid on Special Deposits DEPOSITS received, Bills of Exchange and Noies Diicoonled, Collections made and proceeds remitted promptly. Interest paid on Special Deposited (or Ninety Days, and under Six Monihs, at the rate of Four per cent, per Annum. For Six Months and upwards, at the rate of Five per cent. .per Annum. Exchange on the East constantly on hand. . Bellefont&, Nov. 36, 1S56—tf. , —-" , . .

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

DENTAL CARD. M. B. PARKY—Surgeon Dentist. (Late of Lancaster, Pa.) HAS located permanently in BeUefonte, Centre county, where he proposes practicing "all the various branches of Jus profession in the most approved manner, and at moderate charges. Office and residence in the house occupied by Mrs. E. Genner, directly opposite the residence of the late Hon. Thomas Burnside. . GSsi^dlc Wcjalic pleasure in rccunimending Dr. H. B. Parry to our friends as a thorough and accom-.Pfished Dentist. C. II. Buessleii* JVI. D., ^ "¦ James Locke M.D. ^jjatnl e, March 34, '58-12-1 y.

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

THPmPART N E RSjH IP ANDREW tt; CURTIN. EDMUND BLANCHAHD. rjlHE undersigned having associated them-.1. selves m the practice of Law, will faithfully attend to all professional bussiness entrusted to their care in Centre, Clearfield and Cii,iton counties. All collections placed in their lianas, will receive their prompt attention. Office in' (he new Cottage Building, on Allegheny street. CURTIN & BLANCHARD. Dec. 1. 1854

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

•OEO. A. FAIRLAMB, M. D. JAS. U. DOBBINS, M. D DRS. fAIRLAMfi& DOBBINS DR. GEO. A. FAIRLAMB lias associated with him, in the practice of medicioe, DR. JAS. It. DOBBi'NS. 55-OfBce (ps !>ci-e;o<0'e) on BiUiop slice;, opposite the Temperance Hotel. BeUefonte, March IS, JS57—if. " . -

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

N.S.LAWRENCE'S NEW PAPER, PRINTERS' CARD AND EN VELOPE WAREHOUSE, No. 405 Commerce Street, Philadelphia. Cash buyers will find it to their interest to call Jan. 6, 1858-ly. - .

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

SAMUEL LINN. WILLIAM P. WILSON LINN & WILSON, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Bellrfinte. Pa. OFFICE on A'lcghe.iy Sircei.i.i the building ror me.ly occupied by Humes, McAllister, Hale & Co., as Bankers. August 12,1857,—lyr. COHTEYiLNCIHG. , DEEDS, BONDS. MORTGAGES, and ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT neatly and correct ly executed. Also, attention will be given to the adjustment of Book Accounts, and accounts of Ad ministrators and Executors prepared for filling. WM.J.KEALSH, Office next door to the Post Office BeUefonte, April 7, '58-tf.

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

S. East Corner of tbe Diamond, Two Doors-above "Franklin House,"BeUefonte,Pa BasintsB ffl\mm '& DRS. SMITH, WILLIAMS & KING, DENTAL ^PR SURGEONS

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

A©AM HOY, ATTORN EY- AT - LAW, W ILL attend promptly to all legal business entrusted1 so him. Special attention given to the Orphans' Court Practice and Scrivening. His office is with the Hon. James T. Hale, where he "an always* be-consulted, in the English and Gormen Languages. BeUefonte, May 5, 58. Drs. POTTER & MITCHELL. BEMOVAL.-^-Dr.. Geo. L. Potter has removed to the Brick House directly opposite his former residence; and Dr. J. B. Mitchell to the house lately oacupicd by Wm. Harris. Esq., on *5 frill" St. Office next door above Dr. Potter's residence, where they tan be consulted, unless professionally engaged.; _ BeUefonte, April 8,1HS7 i•_.--- Notice -ITT I* Murray having this day voluntarily Wu! withdrawn from the firm of Humes, Mc a im-tler, Hale & Co, Bankers, the bus-ncss will be rnniuWed. as heretofore, by the remaining members u Hder'thc same style of firm. \ HUMES, MCALLISTER, IIAES- & Co. BelJtfoi«e,Jaas7lli, ISaS-if,

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

Wanted—a Pastoi We have-been without a Pastor, Some eighteen monihs or more, And though candidates are plenty-. We've heard at least a score, All of them "tip-top" preachers,. Or so their letters ran—We are just as far as ever From se tiling on a man. The first who came among ua . By no means was the worst, But then we didn't think of him . Because he -was the first; It being quite the custom To sacrifice a few Before the church in earnest Determines what to do. There was a smart young fellow, , With serious, earnest way, Who but for one great blunder Had surely won the day; Who left so good impression, On Monday one or two Went round among the people To see if he would do. "• The pious, godly portion. Had not a fault to find; . His clear and searching preaching They thought the very kind, And all went smooth and pleasant Until they heard the views Of some influential sinners Who rent the highest pews. On them this pungent dealing Made but a sorry hit; The coat of gospel teach...

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

A drunken.lawyer on going into church was observed by the minister who addressed him thus : ' I shall bear witness against yon at'fhe day of judgement.' The lawyer shaking his head with drunken gravity, replied: 'I have practiced twenty-five years at the 8 r, and have always found that the greatesl ascal is the first to turn. Stale's evidence. The Outpost. "-.• A TAXE 61P FRONTIER LIFE. Towards the latter part of the year 17S1, the French, aided by vast bodies of the-Huron and Iroquois Indians had begun to make themselves very disagreeable neighbors to the British and American colonists in northern Virginia and Ohio, and the" northwest portion of New York State—the French by their encroachments on the Frontier, and the Indians by their numerous forays, arid savage brutality to-all who were unfortunate enough to fall into their hands. - -., -. ,-—¦ •To put a stop to these aggressive-proceedings, numerous "bodies, both of the regulars and-the colonial militia, .were despatched t...

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

A Chapter, of First Things. : Printing'was first brought into England March 26, 1471. The first total abstinence society was organized February 14, 1826. Steam navigation was first successfully applied February ,11, 1809. The first printing was done April 24th, 1414. The first English steamer for India sailed August 16,1825. The first commencement at Harvard-College took place October 9, 1642. The first Cardinal was made November 20, 1024. The first mariner's compass was made November 21, 1302. Gunpowder was first used December 23, 1331. . , Christmas was first celebrated' December 25, A. D.98. The first trial by jury took place May 24, A. D. 970. .' The first debate in the' United States House of Representatives was on the subject of a tariff. In the debate, one of the members from South Carolina favored a protective duty on hemp. . . The first woolen-mill'on the Pacific coast has been set in operation at. Salem, Oregoh,':with four hundred and eighty spindles ; The first.buil...

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

What part of de ceremony do do ladies most admire whe.n- dey go to- church'. "Well, Pompey, I can't tell dat. What is is it?" "Why Julius, it's looking at de Juki's?' - ¦¦¦-¦..' ¦'¦ ¦¦ Sally Jones, says' that when she was in' love, she felt as if she was in a tunnel, witha stream of molasses romaiug ia at both endu^-of the tuoacl!•"

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

Kef olaiionary Officers. Ic is natural that sgme interest should exist to learn the closing scenes of life, and final resting places of the gallant band of officers, who figure in the history of oui revolutionary struggles. The following, record, although income plete, is believed to its extent to be correct : '¦'.'. ¦'..' ' : ; ;/. ,/ : \j Brigadier General Hugh Merceris •usually said to ;have; been, killed at the battle of PrinctoriJ in 1777, but really died of ari epileptic-fit in that neighborhood, ;a week after that affair. The ' popular notion' is derived'..front', the fact that he received a blow on the head from, the "butt of a m'n¥? ket, in the hand's,of the British soldiers, in full retreat with his comrade^; He was knocked down and stunned for some time —as fhe^cOnsefruerice..: Mercerwas buried in Christ's Church, Philadelphia, Pennsyl vania. Major,.General -Israel ;Putnam was' rlis abled from active service in the middle (n the strife, 1779, by a paralytic stroke, bu...

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

Directly after the "Marriage" head ia" newspgpers comes the "Obituary"^-Typ: ical of tho wedding of happiness and-gSrefk in this life. The shouts and song, and glee of merry ones today will be broken by the wails of sorrow to-morrow, for tlio; sod, will be piledupon the breast of soWtf we thought not so,near the grave. — WS read who are married and wish them.joy j a line below is the record of death, andw* say mournfully peace to their ashes !¦ Sof-' row treads on tho heels of joy, songs aro hushed by the foot-fiill of death- > laughs are broken rudely—^voices, no mat'fe* tioyf musieal, are stilled iu a ujomoDt. '-— ":'V»V>Sf"—'¦ ' '.

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

An Ohio stumperywhile making aspecch. recently, paused iri! the midst of it, and ex" claimed— . ¦ i "Now geritlern'eity what do-you think ?" ' Instantly a'man rose iia the, assembly,, and with one eye.partially closed, modestly, with Scotch brogue, replied: "''.'¦ j "I think'sir,-! do ine'eed sir—-I think iff you- and I would stump in the country together, we could tell more lies than any two men in1 She country,, sir,, aad I'd- no* gay a word yself."

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

BELLEFONTE, CENTEE CO., PA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1838

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

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

mttal !pres0 ELLEFONTE, PA riildjr Morning, Sep. 24, 185

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

TO COBRESroXDESTS IJruKN—Perhaps von are in earnest, and perhaps you iirc'disposcil to jest. Either conclusion pla: ces you io a redirnlons position, and we advise yon to rnrhnin quiet. You are nol the first youns l:idy who imagined hnreeU' in ' love wilh a youne student whose fr.ee .is melancholy but poetical." t''or'"-iili--suchico'mplaii.ts. we recommend foul hours at the wash-tub, tn-o in darning stockings, "arid ttfo in making bicad. The prescription lias never failed. • ¦ - HisTnrnc.u.—We happen to puljsli an artii le on tho first page of to "day's "Press," in which, you will find aii answer to 5'bu'i; question. Raticrofis • history nf the United Slates gives a full discription of the battle you ..refer to, but we do not Ihink he,licnts a! any jcolousy ever existing he'- Hv'ecti Washington andGeri. Knox. Iledescribes Jllcifi as friends in w.ir and in peace. BtrarKR—There is not a drop of pure whiskey or brandy in BeUefonte. The articles are both villainouRly'a'dulierat...

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