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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

WBT. S. TRIFPZiB. . MERCHANT TAILOR. N. E. CORNER OF THE DIAMOND. THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, thathe has just returned from Philadelphia with a full assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, which he is now opening al his old stand one door castof the Post Office. His stock consists in partof Black, Blue and Brown French Cloths, Silk mixed Coating.lCashmerWand'White DucETor COATS; Black Docljkin 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 getting their work well done at lis shop. JKr Thankful for t^e patronage heretofore bessowed. he respectfully solicits a continuance of the t °roe, ' WM. S,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Great Bargains IN ILLINOIS LANDS! @0,000 ACRES OF THE BEST PRAIRIE LANDS in Macon Shelby, 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. Tbey will be sold A * number of Farmers of Mifflin, and other coun tics, who saw these Lands, have made purchases and are referred to as to their fertiliiy and location 53*Persons who desire to examine these Lands can take Ihe 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 lOlh of March, the subscriber will be at the Casscll House, Decatur, where those desirous of purehasingor examining the Lands are requested to call JOSEPH MILLIKEN, Agent. Lewislown, Mifflin co., Pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

EXCELAJOR. SHAVING-ITA-XiO-ON. Allegheny Street, Bellefonte, Pa. A PROCLAMATION! TO AL MEN TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS MAV'COMK—I.MESSICRGRAHAM.Grand Sultan ofall tho>Barbers of the Keystone State, do hcrebv proclaim and make known-to ALL People, that l'have fitted up my PALACE in the neatest manner for the reception of my loyal subjects, where I will be at all limes ready to give them a cutting reception,and completely divest their physiognomy of nature's unseemly productions. 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 SS~ and the G real Seal of my RAZOR AND SCISSORS, atthe PALACE.mtheycat of Blue Beards, 1855. MESSICK GRAHAM, Grand Sultan, G ENTEEL SHAV EU, Secretary. ' Oct 3,1855.—ly 83

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

LOGAN MILL THE public are respectfully informed that the undersigned, are now prepared to grind and chop all kinds of Grain at their uew Stone Flouring Mill, situate on- Logan's Branch of Spring Creek, near the Axe Manufactory of H. Mann, Esq. Grain of every description bought and sold for cash, at Market prices. The citizens of Bellefonte are informed that a MILL WAGON, will commence running, to and from town, on Friday the 28th inst.; to continue on Tuesday and Friday 01 each week, by which grists will be delivered free of charge-.. Notice being left al the store of E. C. Humes &Brother, bags or Grain will be called for, and grists returned on the following days of running. H. HUMES & SON. Bellefonte, July 26, 1854.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Written for the Central Press Love and Afifcction- BY LIZZIE LIVELY. There is love and affection, we cannot control, Old friendship once hallowed by time. ' That dwell in the heart, and are partof the soul, In moments when thought is sublime: They burn like the lights Of calm Summer nights,— With music to lull them to rest—And seem, as they fade, To the wc&JdViSiSd deep glade, To illumine the path of the blest There u love and affection, the sweetest and pure, That spring like a streamlet along,— They liv& in the soul, and will ever endure; As time doth its hours prolong: Only a Mother can feel, As her heart doth reveal, How pure is affection and love, And her prayers, like a dove, On wings, soar above, Their holiest riches to prove. There is love and affection, with a blush and a sigh, Many a Maiden has bowed tojtheir power, And trembled as flowers, 'neath Autnmn's bleak sky, As.she felt their first breath in a bower. But such love cannot last, And is oft merr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Twc Picquant Sketches. The following racy original productions have been in our drawer for more than two weeks, and were postponed on .account of a great amount of other matter which could not be deferred. The delay has not in the least impared the spirit of the articles: Written for the Central Press. Abuse of Ihe Franking Pi'ireleces and Failure Of the MaliS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

BY BAXr.iBSUgjlK~HAEIr. ;-;-.-,•—<¦- ,jl)ear Press:—Having bid adiew to the city of " brotherly love," and found a "Mountain Home" in "old Centre,''I trust you will not consider it an intrusion if an occasional waif from nay pen should find its way to your sanctum sanctorum. When the rulers of our nation, in the profundity of their wisdom, passed the franking law, they had not the least idea that it would be so grossly abused, as it is at the present day. They little thought a country postmaster would send his bags to mill, or a member of Congress bis clothes home to be mended, under a fiank" could they by any possibility have imagined the thing, they never would have passed such a law, and the conductors of the public press at this time, would have tendered them a vote of hearty and sincere thanks. In Mifesburg, my^presenvbome, we have not received a Philadelphia mail for several days; in fact, no rel!ance, at all, can be placed in them. We can have no assurance that a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

John Smltli only Once more BY SALLlE H. G. HALL John Smith ! That a volume of endless and munificient, monstrous and magnanimous facts are centred in these two simple words'! That a paradox—what a mixture of good and evil does this ubiqaitious gentleman present I like the Frenchman's punch, John is a compound of contradictions—a little sweet—a little sour—a little weak—and a little strong.; Like the "Father of his country," John is first in war—first in peace," and unlike that illustrious personage, who was "firsf'in every good quality, John is the first feffow to be catight and caged in a scrape. Walk into a church and call for John Smith, and a hundred heads will turn on their hinges. Poke your head into the door of a Theatre and proclaim the welcome.intelligence that the dwelling of Mr. John Smith is being roasted and done up, and the seats of half the- houfie will- be summarily^deserted. Open .the agates, of all the. prisons-and penitentiaries in, the Union, and invi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

A Beautiful Story. "You were not here yesterday," said the gentle teacher of the villiage school, as she laid her hand kindly on the curly head of one of her pupils. It was recess time, but the little girl had not gone to frolic away the ten minutes, nor even left her seat, but sat absorbed in what seemed a fruitless attempt to make herself mistress of a sum in long division. Her face and neck crimsoned at the re mark of her teacher, but looking np, she seemed somewhat re-assured by the kind glance that.met her^ and answered.,, "No, ma'am, 1 was not but, my sister Nell was." "I.remember there was a nice little girl, who,,called herself Nelly Gray, came in yesterday, but I did nqt.know she was your sister. But why did you.not.coine? You seem to love study very much." . ". It was not because I did not want to come," was the earnest answer, and then she paused-, and, the deep flush again tinged that fair brow—"but," she continued after a moment of painful embarrassment, "mother can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Gray on Friday morning, as she. entered the school at an early hour; -She waited only to place her book neatly on her desk* ere she approached Miss M. and whispering in a voice that laughed in spite of- her efforts to make it low and deferential. "After this week Mary, is coming to scuool every dayv and, oh, I'm so glad !" "That is good news," replied the teacher kindly. "Nelly is so fond of her- books I see, and I am happy to know that she" can have an opportunity to study her booka every day." Then she continued, a little good hamored mischief encircling her eyes. " But can your mother spare both conveniently 1" " O, yes, ma'am, she can now. Something has happened which she didn't expect,, and-she is glad to have us come air we are to do so." She-hesitated a, momentj but tier young' heart was filled to the brim with joy, and when a child is happy, it is as natural fof it to tell the cause as it is for a bird to warble when the sun shines. So out of the fullness of her heart sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Idle Curiosity C «nt<t Wheems, in his Life of, Franklin, .relates the following.: " Oh his first trip by land to see his father in Boston,' he' "was wonied almost to death by the abominable inquisitiveness of New England tavern keepers. Neither man nor beast could travel- among them in comfort. No matter how wc« or weary, lrow hungry or thirsty, the poor traveler might.be, he was not to expect an atom- of refreshment from the silly publicans until their most pestifer'ods curiosity was'first gratified. And then Job himself could not stand such questions as' they would goad him with; such as where he came from—and where he might be a> goihg—and what religion he might be. of —and if he was'a married man—and soon. After having been prodigiously teasedthis way for sevefaT days, until at last the bare sight of a public house almost threw him' into an ague, he.determined to try the following remedy at the very next favcrn.— Soon as he alighted' fron* bis horse he desired ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

BELLEFONTE, CENTRE CO., PA. FRIDAY, OCTOBER ,1/1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

[HOCK. WATCH. JEWELRY AND FANCY'STORE. TH E subscriber is still at his old stand ai No. 4 BrofccrhotTs Row, on Allegheny St., where he has just received from ihe eastern cities, and is now oTeiing lor sale a WELL SELECTED and BEAUTIFUL assortment of ^^^ CLOCKS & WATCHES, Jipljllb JEWELRY, and an excellent assortment of Fancy Articles of all Kinds and Qualities, SXXiVSB. 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 B5& fidant of giving satisfaction to all, ' His stock consists of fine Gold and Silver open lace and hunter case <ull jeweled English patent and detached:Lever Watches;—also Lcpines rod Qaartiers- Jewelry of every style which can be found ina good Jewelry Store, and Fancy Articles of every description. He has also _gS^y^j|» SPECTACLES, a good assost-S&* ^SaS ment, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

C LOTHS, CASSIMERES AND SATINETS, just received and' for sale, cheap, at Chcapsidc Store, liy Sen. 17. W.-A-.TIIOMAS, Jr., & CO,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

BELLEFONTE, PA Friday Morning, Oct. 1, 1§5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

TO CORRESPOSDEKTS Education.—We arc happy to inform, a friend, who writes to us from York, Pa., that toe Aaronslmrg Academy, is one of the best conducted schools in .the State. Wc arc personally acquain"TTd with the Principal, whom we can. without flattery, pronounce one of the best preceptors that ever attempted to train the minds of the young, llis system of education is mild and firm—and the courses which are taught in this Academy will fit any student for the business of the world. The Aaronsburg Academy is located in one of .the most beautiful vallies in the Union, celebtaaed for its health and the hospitality of itsitihabilants, and the village of Aaronsburg is pleasantly fitted for a school, by the known morality of its .citizens. We know of no better school, and if •oar advise is worth anything, you had at once bet te.- send your boys and girls to this school. Labor —We are not able to suggest a remedy for your case, but sincerely pity yourcondition. The remedial power...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

Secret Opposition. In conversation -with a personal friend and •an independent Democrat, we learned that a small clique is now busily engaged in opposing the circulation of the CeniralPress, because it claims to be an independent Political newspaper. Of course we expected opposition, and we were prepared for self-defence, but to contend with a sly, lying and cowardly enemy, is a specious of warfare to which we were not trained. That friend also gave us the names of these honorable men—and placed in our possession, facts which we intend to use, in defence of our present positionj and in proof of the utter mendacity of our secret foes. Ii is such wretches as these that fear a free^pess, and they shrink from the truth only, whp live by falsehood. Will the people of Centre counts permit this cru sade against an independent journal to go on unrebuked ? We believe they will not, and imbued with this belief, we shall write and print the truth, as long as we have power to wield a pen or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 1 October 1858

E?° The last issue oi the Democratic Berichter contains a very violent attack on James T. Hale, the Republican candidate for Congress, which might have been avoided, had the editor taken the pains to acquaint himself with the political antecedents of Judge Hale. Instead of being "a violent opponent of Democratic men and measures," Judge Hale has always treated the advocates ol Democracy with manly courtesy and frankness. The Behchter also commits a greal error in discribing Judge Hale as an abolitionist. We do not write by the authority of the Judge, but our acquaintance with the man, assures us that he is no abolitionist—but on the contrary he has always opposed any legislative interference with slavery where it now exists. While he holds these views, he.also deplores the evil as a moral sin and political shame. Judge Hale,.however, is opposed to the extension of slavery—and like all good men, would deprecate the consecration of free territory to slave labor. We do not pretend ...

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