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

A Volunteer Bull Fight, x rememoer.once seeing, when a lad at schooJ,.a fight between two bulls. A'lihongh I cojild not :havo- been, more than eigu& years of age, I shall, never, forget the spectacle.. It happened in this wise:-Close by -jhe .school house—a very'nn; pretended edihee.it was—ran, a deep and' .rapid river. Across it .had foea thrown a high wooden, bridge," the hand railing o. which time and the winds and the weather had entirely destroyed, The land on the ¦opposite side of the stream was owned by different persons and farmed by them respectively. One bright summer day—I remember it as it were but yesterday—the hour of noon had arrived, and a frolicsome,' , fan-seeking troop pf sciool. boys were lot loose foran hour's, recreation.. . rAH at, once t'he bellowing and roarinjr. of two bulls that.had,.|)rpk,enoutofihei7enclosure" on each side of tfc. river attracted our attention. The animals were not yet in sight of each other, But were approach, ing along th...

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

. AN EXTENSIVE . '" ASSORTMENT OF READY Em CLOTHING Clcthst Cas;imers.'"Vesting-s/&c. J -4-^-» tt » J, MONTGOMERY & SON RESPECTFULLY inform the public and t'hteir-olil customers and friends, that thej i have received from the eastern market, one of.the largest and most extensive assortment 61" Ready-Made Ciotlueig ashas ever been brought to this place. The assortmentnow opened is expressly adapted'to. "FAIJl. AND M'INTIilt WISAR! ,and eompriscs.all kinds of ^oods of the very latest 'styles.. They would alspinlorin the public that they .have just received l'ron(ihe Kastern.markets a very Inrge anp superior assortment of Cloths, Cussimcrcs and Vctl' mgs, of the Fall ! . „..,.[. and Wmtcr'Styles, ;H'hich will be niadeup toonler.on short not ir.-e, by experienced hands, t'ticirsuperijir lal.ilitie's'eitabiinn ihem to get up an KA'I IKE SUIT IN Oi\'K DA \'1 . KrCall and see the Mew Goods—tbeyv/iljbe 'sure to p!'Sjse,i,n style, quality, and price. N. B.—Goods' furnished ...

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

^LMlffl^DTHING Tiie'Larg.esi,: Clieap:est " ': AiS'iD' . BEST^TOCKOF '-" RBAD¥-MAi>E.:C2.0TBilATG. ' VYM.M'CLELtAND IJ ESPECTFTLtY informs'his old cusk> lorticM and tlie-pulilic ihat.he-iSs received one of the largest and best selected slock of Readymade Clothing as well as a.large and select assortment of.Cloi hs,"Casimers, Satinetts,S;rtins 4-c, ever offered to the,, people of Centre cdBniy,' comprising a selection of . . " • . . FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, in which is embraced. every- article . necessary for a gentleman's complete wardrobe. .His slock has been selected with great care, aiid he flatters him self' ihtit.ijie gooda.now offered, were not only purchnsef ttitn a view lo econom'y.-Jiut-w.ilh a fixed.purpese jiot lo be excelled in durability, elegance and fashion. ' • • . . In order, tp keep.up with the trade of large cities. hS'b' jis csta'blished the cash system hoping by adhering to such .a System of business,1 to be enabled al ways to furnish his custom...

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

Msisic jmd Flowers- lwo gifts God has bestowed.on us. that nave in tbeaisejps nq;guilty trait, and show an.essential divineness.' Music is one" of them, yrhich se'erns'as though it were never born of earth, but lingers with us from the gates of heav.en, Blusic, whidh breatnss overthe gross or sad or doubting .heart^to inspire it ^witb. a consciousness of its most mysterious affinities, arid to touch the cords of its undevoted, unsuspected life. A'nd the other gifY is that of flowers, which though .born of earth, we may well believe, 1 C? ny ^^S.of.earthly s'ojl grow' in the hi' ghef reatm4^n*"n'y of its forrns are identical there','will live Jon "the banks of-^the' riyer of life. Flowers,'that in all our gladness,; in all our sorrow;, are never ihcopgrupus—always aqprripriate- Appropriate in the Church, .as expressive of its purest of most social themes, and blending their sweetness with the incense of prayer. Appropriate in the.Joy of the marriage hour, in the loneliness, of....

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

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

Friday Morning, E5ec. »4, 1§5 The Equality of liafoor. Man was doomed and not destined for labor., "By the. sweaLpf_thy.J)rp\y, shaluhou henceforth earn lhybread," was the penally ¦ of a transgression fixed on the first man; and from him it has been bequeathed to men, and wiUcon'tinneTo 'be-transmitted to all generations yet to come. "Bill ihis'Divire mandate to labor as a punishment, has been tempered with a mighty mercy.s Labor was not designed as a disgracing penalty—it was rather I he" distinguishing of man from ahigher order cf beings, by compelling him to produce for Lis own consumtion. It is a mark of; his transgression, to remind him that he has a redemption to struggle for—but even in that struggle, the noblest encouragements and the grandest incentives to excite to action and to effort. By a sort of Divine intention, the use's of labor have been diiected to the happiness of man, by developing his powers.and stimulating his ambition for good. Thus, no man labors witho...

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

Tlie Movement for a Jiew ¦ - -, ..v Party. " Parties, like paragraphs, have .their power not in. their. length or breadth, but in the strength of the sentiments which they contain. The mere .formation of a party is an easy matter—and it is. an easy .work to proclaim -i(s principles—but the consolidatibn and maintaining of parties and principles . -is a.labor fGr-;wbieb,.fe.wmen-are equal, parr ticnlarly in these days of jaring interests and clanging aspirations. We haveseen, even in our brief years, the rise and fall of at least a dozen parties, each"one formed for the-expressed. purpose of preserving the Union or suffering humanity from those thousand ills .which iris heir to.: But like the morning vapor, alaiger light Would dispel their'glory—and until now,one party has seemed to rule' in Ihe, states . as well as the nation. In the course of events, and under the influence of that law of" change which no man can ex-, plain,..a revolution has taken place even in that organiza...

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

FACTS AND FANCIES Christmas.—'... .The salutation pontes early,"but we.cannot refrain from offering, jto our readers the' compliments; of: the season/ aridja llappy: Christmas ! There is~somethin<f"magical 'in those wnrds, and since we first heard'ihem,'thirty-four years, ago^hey Iia v,e,_rah'g in our ears under different auspices—first', of course, during 'ti"fei^rri0y"'^inferS;Srtf?=childh'oo"d- and yotith— then through: rnanhood^-until' now, alas, the words'bnce:scr'crreefily spokeny fall . upon our ears only to revive the memory. , of happier4ajs—and searcely-tq ehcit-.lhat emotion of. joy which 'dii' ce' over'fl'owed; i.ri'Jllie hearts that beat in.;bbsbrhs around , an old,, familiar 'heartb-slohe^ ''"-And) yef' a£ Happip Christmas, even now,, has, 'irjjore ^,.joyr_tban of sorrow—the sorrow_tlTea"slwhiehl it''re: vives by'the memoryrpf scenes and pcidenls in onr chequered career''musibe smothered? for the leader's sake,, to whom we,give the* honest-hope and wish, i...

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

—At a ^festival odi&lS'ih Warren, Mass.,.-held. in. I Union Half," on Wednesday evening last, on the occasion .of a pastoral .visit, the floor gave way;1 • ¦ ontl about, two-hundred persbnsij men,.; , women and children, full through- into the tfnion store below.; ;The"qslc(Jne'was'for a time heart-rending. •"' 'Au ^w'b' marv, whps'e; najriieiwo hav&Tiot"learnod,''r,us.bQ((-!' f j:q,ra''t^'e''pl! i.co^ to Mr..Blair's store, ata S&ort ndistance ^ ex-.; claiming, "lam scared to death !'.'.ivhe« she fainted, and,, remaining in an u'neon-.' seious state, expired at two o'clock on Thursday morning. No external'marks, of injury were found on her person,, audit, is, supposed she died': from fright. The wife of Dr. Calvin Cutter, ¦had a leg Broken': !was;rB5cli"irijtiredin the-back, and was bactly-scalded by the falling of ii large-'bbiltr, of hot water. The stove andboilerj winch" were beatecVfor 'the purpose" .of making, tea for.the festivities, fell through' int...

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

MARRIAGES 0,1 the. ^lh >nst., the Rev. . , Snyder, air. David Seibert, of Betiuer township, and Miss hose Ann Reem, of Pleasant Gap. . On the 11th inst., in Millheim, by-Samuel Haupt Esq., Mr. Samuel. Farner of Putters Mills, to Miss AmandaKeister, tJnion county. On the 15th ult., by Ihe Rev. P. P. Lane, Mr. Jacob Waggoner jr., and Miss Susan Guise, bolh of Potter Ip. On the l6tli, by the same,'Mr, Hover Gif* erer to Mios Rebecca Rockey, both of Centre Hall. On the J-ith inst., in Jersey Shore, by ihe Rev. Mr. Stevens, D. G. Bush,-Esq.,,of-this place, lo Louisu, daughter of ;Gen.' Tomb of the former place. ,," ' , ,,' ->'j.,'sx-i liR^&r

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

,':J;'DEAf^&'w. ' ¦... "' ,•——' ' •'';«<?« ,>r$>; - At the,Farm,ers; .Hi'gii:.SuKao^KiAfr the 16th lust Thomas, son, of B'ernatd..atfd*: Honoro M'Ciain, in the Uth year.bf-.his age.-, At Fillmore, Pa., or. the 13th inst., of^onsumption, .Mrs. Nancy Jane, wife of Dr E U. Goiga^ m ihe 23th year of her a<-6 ' '

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

National Fousidry. TT7_ ltnA <Un» ».n»^..v.nn«_ 1 1 . . .. iitniuc uiai ductus xiuve vv e mur uecu made in different parts of the State, to exhibit to Congress the "advantage of locating the proposed National Foundry in..their respective localities. Pittsburg arid Lancaster are both spoken of as highly-attractive in their natural features,- for the/;.erection of such" works—while a strong-effort has been .made by the people of South Carolina also tr procure the establishment of the National Found-" ry ih.thatjS'tate. . The proposal's and advantages" of other States and parts'of this State, may all have their weight and force, but when localities are considered, safety.and facilities for procuring irhaterials should be the/main question. Thejroportance of such establish ment is enhanced as much by its localion, athe work which it performs—and the careful engineer and experienced soldier,would al once oppose ils erection either near the seaboard or at'such a po'nt as'to f...

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

Written for ihe'Central Press. The Duty of 'Teachers. For several years past the great Stale interest of Equal and Genetat. Education has occupied a department of our county papers (luring the winter season. I know the zeal of our teachers is as warm as ever ii was, for I hear of them organizing themselves inlo associations in the various districls all around This is a cheering and certain , sign of progress, for no class needs the sharpening of face to face intercourse, and the benefit of -practice, more than teachers. While their services ate of paramount importance to the future State, ih«y are the only class of men who scree no apprenticeship to their most difficult avr cation. I suppose teachers generally, have felt, each, a reluctance to be the first to call upon their fellows in other districts . to communi cate their views and their improvements through the county papers. Now, that there is an officer, whose special privilege and duty'it is to lead the cause of Common Sc...

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

Farmers' High School of Femnsylvama- A meeting of the Board of Trust:es of the Farmers' High School of Pennsylvania, met this day at LTarrisburg, present, His Excellency Wm. F. Packer, Hon. Wm. JM. Heister, Joshua P. Eyre, J. McK. gnodgrass, Hon. James Miles, Hon. A. O. Heister, H. N. McAllister, Esq., and Frederick Watts, E^q., President; the following proceedings were had in relation to the admission of pupils. ORDERED HY THE BOARD : That the Institution shall open on the third Wednesday in February, and shall close on the third Wednesday in December of year. Srudents will be admitted on the following conditions. First —They must not be under the age of 16 years. Second—They must be qralified, be possessing, at least a good knowledge of reading, writing, Geography, Arithmetic and Grammerjand an acquaintance with the elements of Natural Philosophy, Geometry and Algepra, will be an additional claim to admission. Third—They must present satisfactory evidence of good moral cha...

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

THE MARKETS. Reported for the Central Press Bellefonte, Dec. 23, 18S8. We noticed the arrival of a large lot of grain during the week, ahd if the weather and the roads are favorable, the receipts at the mills will continue to increase. We quote below, prices as they were at noon yesterday. " White Wheat,per bushel, • §l,20al,30. Rye " 50 Corn. •< 56 Corn Ears, '» 50 . Oals, " 33 Prime Cloversced. " , §5.00 Barley, . . " Buckwheat. " 55 Tallow, per pound, 12 Butler, •' 20 Lard, " 10 Beef, . " 5 Pork, " s Eggs, per doz. 151 Philadelphia, December 21. Flour is in demand—sales $5,12£aS5.2o for common and good! brands; S5,50aS5,75 for ex'ra, and S5,87aS7,25 for extra family and fancy. Rye flour and corn meal continue quiet. Wheat declining—-sales of 4,500 bushels red at $l,.26a$l,26£; inferior at $1,20 and mixed at$i,22. White commands§1.35 a$l,40. Rye is scarce and worth 80c for Penn'a and 78 for Delaware. The demand for corn has fallen off, but prices are unchanged ; sales o...

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

ELECTION. Office or the FARMERS' MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY of Centre Counly. THE annual meeting. of the members, and an election for twelve Directors to.conduct the affairs of the Company for the ensuing year, will be held al the House of John G\ Yeao-cr Centre Hall, on Monday the 10th day of January " next, between tlie hours of 10 A; M. and 2 P, M. of said day. An address on Fire Insurance, with the annual Statement of the Company, will be presented to the members by the Prsident. By order of the Board. Dec, 24th, 1858. GEO. BUCHANAN, Pres. CENTRE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE Constitutional officers of the Society, consisting of the President and Vice President, Trcasuier and Secretary, will meet at the Arbitration Room, Bellefonte. on Monday the 3rd day of January nest at 10 o'clock A. M., to receive applications from students desirous of being admitted to the Farmers' Hiofo School. All applicants not under the age of 16 years, will present their names with satisfacto...

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

CENTRE COUNTY, SS. &&r> ^"HE Commonwealth of Penn-£$jjff@W& sylvania lo the Sheriff of Centre S^f^SK. County Greeting: T2lP*$jflEf WHEREAS Sarah Maria Ferguson >>©§#£" did on the 11th day of October A.D. •flflrt 1858, prefer her petition to our said Judges of our Court ol'Common Pleas for the County of Centre, praying for the causes therein set forth, lhat she might be divorced from the bonds ol matrimony entered into with you Thaddeus Fergu son. We do therefore command you, as we before commanded you the said Thaddeus Ferguson, that setting aside all other business and excuses whatsoever, you be and appear in your proper person before our Judges at Bellefonte. al the Court-of Common Pleas, there to be held for the said County of Centre on the 4th Monday of January ne'xt to an swer the petition or libel of the said Sai-ah Maria Ferguson and to show, cause, if any you have, why the said Sarah Maria Ferguson your wife, should no't be di...

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

Last Notice* THE undersigned hereby notifies all persons indebted to him either for Subscription. Advertising or Job Work, that all accounts unpaid alter the fust of December next will be left wilh an officer for collection. All, therefore, desiring to save costs can pay up at the November court, or befoic the tunc specified. . JNO. T. JOHNSTON, lalu pub. of "Pcm. \VI1i2." ncllefonte. Nov. 10, 1858,—3t. A ? crM, &NT T A * *< © B£- rrkF «„w^ RNER:--OP THE DIAMOND. . Jl'o7 BelS?1" T»lCn"y ir'r°"ns 'he citizens turned fro™PSft0 ¦""»'«» ¦ «/. ttalhe has just returnee',r°m Philadelphia with a full assortment of wh.vhh^ MD WINTER GOODS, Zt „rfhVp"0, ^ pCn7n Sal his old sland °™ door Rhel Rl°St °ffi ?°",S "«».«><* c.on.»iiin partof • in\yJrB ,?"' rB.r r n Krench Cloths,'Silkrn?2?« ng .;,Ca? Ilmere and White Duck fo'r V/U.iie,; Black Doeskin and Fancy Summer-Cassimercn,.and Linen,.Drill;- for PAIS fs; Black Satin, Figured Silks ,. and White snd Figured3Mar...

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

Bellefonte %Q ..Restorant, BISHOP W^SmEET Ii^, inr??-,U ,S ,1, KN0WN AS TIIE TEMPERANCE HOTEL. (^.LOllGE PECK respectfully informs ,V ,. Illa '"ends and the public, that ho has refitted tins establishment, where he intends keeping an OYSTER AND EATING HOUSE. Ho has made arrangements to haveconstanilv on hand, a supply of Baltimore and Philadelphia - , ,. , 0YSTEBS IN THE SHEL^ - which.he will-furnish to customers and'privatc ,.'.:::!!!«:. at reasonable prices and at all hours'. ¦ ' A PfiiVATB PA11L0R ;v.";i has been fitted up, expressly for ladies and prjva?e parties. .'.' •'"•"' He solicits a share of patronage, and promises to save neither labor or expense to make his eslab^ lishment the resort of ihe public. ' "•.. Bellefonte, Oct. 8th.—tf

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

T = Dissolution. HE PARTNERSHIP HERETOf"re existing under the firm sf-Greeh & M'- Meen, Druggists, has this day been dissolved By mutual consent. All persons having unsettled accounts with said firm are hereby requested to call and make settlement immediately. J. GM'MEEN mu ,. . : F. P. GRKEN.' . 1 he business will still ha continued at the oM stand by the undersigned, who takes this opportunity of returning his sincere thanks to the public for their generous patronage, and. hopes by prompt attention to business lo merit a continuance of ihe same. Dec: 1st. 1358. F. P. GREEtf.- A. H. C. BROCKEN, " 22 Cliff Sired, New-York, ' - MANUFACTURER OP ©lass Syringes, Homcspathic Vials, G-raduated BKeasures, Mursn, „r ing" Bottles &c. Glass Ware for Chemists, Drusgists, Perfumers Photographers, etc. Green Glass Ware by the pack ge. A liboial discount made to the trade. Order--o m Country Druggists and Dealers solicited " r ice .Lists sent on application!4"' '-¦¦;-. August ...

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