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

8^* were shown a very beautiful map of Bellefonte, recently published by J. A. J. Cummings. The surveys are pronounced to Be correct—and we have no doubt that the map will become highly useful for reference. It is surrounded by a border containing views of public buildings and the ref'wlpnces of private citizens. To many, these illustrations are objectionable, and we have no doubt that a plain map would have found more purchasers. •—The California election is reponed to have resulted in a triumph of the Administration Democrats

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

V,^^Vf.*0IK?g53BLr^^y.g=tfgj&as^^ Ifiara Tinies.'"" ....= -' Wc are fast appioachjiig another winter. Autumn with its mellow", sunsets'., am! fresh winds will sooti pass away, and then tor winter," stern, fierce and relentless winter with its bitter blasts and bleak skies—and then, loo, for hard time?, in reality. It is'in the winter, that.the poor suffer—in the winter lhat they feel pinching want and bitter discontent,—and it is in the winter that the poor most need, but least receive, the aid and sympathy of the rich. We have seereiand sympathized with the poor, seen them driven from door to door, by scorns rude frown, and seen them, too, when, indeed, we felt that '' Man's inhumanity to man makes countless millions mourn." No legislation, save the legislation of Heaven, can ameliorate the condition of the poor, and to Heaven alone, must the poor man direct his petitions! He feels this, who has suffered by penury—he knows it too, who has beheld the mournful suffering...

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

gCP A boy and girl, aged ten and twelve years, were accidently carried off by a balloon, at Centralia, Illinois, and after re maining thirteen hours in the air were rescued by a farmer, who woke in the morning, and found the balloon attached to a tree in the yard, by the grapling. Both children were uninjured. —The news from Frazer's river is nn satisfactory. New diggings of great rich ness had been discovered in California.

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

^^fe^s^JKiSMsniS^Ki^Xau^iS'^nlGSHESaiSS1 ^^ Tyue "i:alk. One of the ino.^t pleasing feature* in the present aspect of panics, i^ the entire abandonment of the foreign proscription policy, and the policy which attempted the disfranchisment of a man, because of his 'peculiar sectarianism.- This.fact, alone, is refreshing to ihe conservative citizen, who has the good of his country in Ttew; and although we are in ihe midst of one of the most exciting political uotifesls the country ever witnessed tho issues of the campaign seem to be confined to the real interests of tho people, and are not made up of the abstract theories oi rash-headed and ambitious politicians. Few partizan journals attempt now to introduce the test of birlh, and in no platform we believe, has this test been introduced as a plank, The test of birth, bad as it was, pallet before the barberous principle which attem pted to destroy the altars and the temples of religion and exterminate those who followed the di...

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

Eer" The editor of ihe Jersey Shore Republican appears to be greatly exorcised with the discovery that the Central Prcsi is not an independent political journal; and that we are in favor of James T. Hale for Congress-— The Republican, doubtless imagines, from its own long prejudiced adhesion to parly and submission to party dictation, that there can be no display of independence, without a compromise of position—but thirfking ^ differently, and knowing something of the drugery and meanness of journalistic partizanship, we believe that the time has arrived making it necessary lor the establishment of independent journals in every county in Pennsylvania. We are no man's men—and care only for Judge Hale, so far as his merits make him worthy of being respected. When we drew a comparison between him and Allison White, it was with an impartial intent and pen. If Mr. Hale has gained a friend by that comparison, he has himself to thank—or if Mr. While has lost one, he ..can blame himsel...

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

New Orleans, Sept.. 28.-—The number of deaths yesterday from the yellow fever were sixty-eight.

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

kae fsicsa. ihrre is something magical in the inteiioiiatioij which we have made- the capjnr. cf this article—and we have heard it usee a thousand times, when strange thoughts suggested themselves. Is he Rich\ That is the question, which, when answered in the affirmative, at once makes the position of a young man. He becomes at once an object of attention and attraction around whoom fools and flatterers delight to fawn. But fools and flatterers are not allowed to monopolize the smiles of the rich. The virtuous and the beautiful are often ready to betid at the rich-man's shrine, and even the grave and intelligent will pay a seeming homage to wealth, which they are unwilling to yield to humble but honorable poverty. Is he rich! Yes. Then cover his faults and smile at his follies. Is he rich? Yes. Then cultivate his vanity with falsehoods, and raise him to a position which nature never intended he should occupy.— Thrust aside the ambitious youth, who comes wilh " thoughts th...

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

Congressional Nominations. The following are the nominations, by the different parlies, of candidates for Congress, as far as we have been able to learn from our exchanges. The list we believe is correct, and can be relied on for reference: Democrats. Opposition. 1. G. W Nebinger, AL John W. Ryan. *'fhos B. Florence, L. M. Sprogell, Am. 2. Geo. H. Martin. *E- Joy Morris. 3. *James Laney. John P. Verree. Geo. W. Reed.Ara 4. *Henry M. Phillips. Win. Millward. Jacob Broom. Am. 5. *Owen Jones. John Wood. 6. *.Iohn Hickman, A.L. John M. Broomall. Chas. D. Manly, L. 8. John Schwartz, A.L. *J. Glancy Jones, L. 9. James M. Hopkins. Thadeus Stevens. 10. Jacob Weidel. John W. Killinger, 11. Jos. W. Cake, A.L. Jas. H. Camybell. *Wm. L. Dewart. L. 13. tJohn McEeynol'ds. G. W. Scranton. 13. D K. Shoemaker,AL. . *Wm.H. Dimmick, L 14. H. C. M. VaiL *Ga!usha A. Grow. 15. *Allison VflPte. James T. Hale. 18. $ Fisher, 17. *Wilson fieilly. E. McPherson. 18. Cyrus L. Pershing. S. S. Blair. 19. Henr...

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

Jgy* Just as we are going to press, we received a very large cake, with the complements of Mr. and Mrs. Eeed. We appreciate the kindness in thus remembering us,-and will pronounce judgment on the cake hereafter.

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

FACTS AND FANCIES Proscription and Subsciiption.— These are tho twogreat leavers which raise n newspaper. Subscription is the first necessary disideratum, and we may add, prepayment as also essential firmly to fix a news, paper, and ensure its success. But Subscription is not alone necessary—a paper to succeed, and prove to the public that it has the independence and the nerve to maintain the truth, must submit to a certain quantity of Proscription. This is what, tries the stuff of a hebdomidal, and this is what we expected to receive when we commenced printing the Press, because we started wilh the firm resolution of maintaining the truth, defending the public interests, and to shrink from the pub lication of no fact which would promote morality and decency. We have done this, and we were proscribed. We intend to do so, whenever the opportunity offers, fearless of loosing subscribers or the threats of a cowhiding, be that hide in the hands of intemperance or insolence. When...

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

—On the 24th ult., Mr. Cyrus W. Field and four other New York Directors of the Atlantic Telegraph Company, sent a message to Mr. De Stanty, giving him a rap on the knuckles for his reserve mantained at Trinity Bay, on the subject of the Cable, putting various questions to him, and desiring him to send daily telegrams of the state of the line under his charge. It will be seen that Mr. Field is rather doubtful about the communication with Valentia Bay now being as good as ever. —Jas. and Jack Henry, formerly of Centre county, were arrested and lodged in jail on the 21st ult., charged with cutting timber on land of G. L. Re'cd, in Clearfield county.

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

l HE NEWS. J —The Dauphin county fair closed y0J terday. It has been very sueceseful. 1 •": —There were 441 deaths in New YorJ during the.week ending September 25. —Horace Greely made an able, plain and practical address, which was well received. —In Philadelphia, for the same period; the number of deaths was 171. —In the Thirteenth district Wm. II. rJimmick was nominated. —The horse Nicholas won the four-mile • race on the Fashon (L. I.) course. Sua Washington was distanced. —The Africans about being re-exported * in the Niagra'are nearly all in an unhealthy condition. —It is rumored that a late cashier of :" the Brighton Bank is a defaulter to the extent of 880,000. —Ten thousand dollars in gold dust, from Pike's Peak, have arrived at Wyandotte, Kansas. —C. A. Wesson completed the feat of walking a thousand miles in a thousand Jk hours at L'ockport on Saturday morning. —The current has failed in the Atlantic Telegraph, and there is no immediate prospect of its being in w...

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

THE IjMVBR IiWIGORATOR! PKEPARED BV DR. SANFORD, Compounded Entirely from GUMS, IS one of the best Purgative and Liver Medicines now before the public, and acts as a Cathartic easier, milder and more effectual than any other medicine known. It is not only a Cathartic but a Liver remedy. Tiding first on the Liver to eject its morbid matter, thus accomplishing two purposes effectually, without any of the painful feelings ex. ferienced in the operations of most Cathartics. I strengthens the system at the same time that it purges it. and when taken daily in moderate doses, will strengthen and build it up with unusual rapidity. The LIVER is one at night loosens the of the principal regu ^ bowels gently and cures lalors of the humanP^ Costiveness. body; and when it per- One dose taken after forms its functions wellf"^ each meal will cure Ihe powers of the sys-^—^ Dyspepsia, tern are fully developed r, JKrOne dose of two The stomach is altnosiC-! tcaspoonfulls will alentirely dependent o...

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

A BEAUTILFU HEAD ' or . RICH CLOSS3T HAIR, Lompletely Preserved To the Greatest Age. \ JND who thai is gray would not have it restored -a- to former color; or bald but would have the growth restored, or troubled with dandruff and 1 telling but would have it removed, 01 troubled with scrofula, scald head or other eruptions but would, be cured, or with sick headache, (neuralgia) but would be cured. It will also remove all pimplc-I'rom the face and skin. Prof Wood's Hair resto rative will do all 'his. See circular and the follow nig. _m, n r~ . .., J*1"" A»«>°R. Nov. 5, 18S6. ProfO.J.WooD—DearSir: I have heard muc said of the wonderful effects of your Hair Restorative, but having been so often cheated by quackery and quack nostrums, hair dyes, <Src, I was dis posed 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 vou gave me such asnurance as induced th...

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

a CERTIFICATES. PAIN ERADICATOR.' fSIESSRS. GREKN & IVTMEKN— 'v "• • Genltehent—For the last three years, I have been subject to Neuralgi.* of the most severe character—at one time confined lo my room for three months with it, and subject to return as often as I g it wet or was in the damp I tried a great many remedies for it, but found no permanent relief until 1 got Rev. Geo. I Miles' Pain Eradicator, as prepared by you, which has never failed to eradidatcthc pain, when applied. I also use it for Sore Throat, with the same good effect, and know of it being used fur Rheumatism, with good results. I believe it to I c a good medicine for the above-named diseases, and no humbug, and would coidially reco mmend it to all suffering with cithc-Neuralgia or Rheumatism JOHN M'CALMONT. Messrs. Green »Jr M'Meen :—I have used Geo. ?. Miles' Pain Eradicator, prepared by you, for the Rheumatism in my shoulder, and found great relief. and wou-W reconiuiQud it to others similarly aff...

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

IMLAY'S BANK NOTE REPORTER PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. THE necessity lhat exists for more frequent intelligence for genetal. 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 character. This deficiency-will now be supplied, ltmust also be admitted that Bank Note Detectors are in the hands, too frequently, either of persons entirely unacquainted with the Bank Note business, or who are immersed in other pursuits to an extent that a settled indifference to the wants, expectations, and necessities of the community 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 attention. The Bank Note Reporter wrll becorrccted wee...

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

FOR RENT, A TANNERY, silnated on the Little Moshannon Creek, in Snow Shoe, Centre County, within two miles and a half of the terminus of ihe Allegheny and Bald Ea<»le Railroad, and known as the M0SHANN0N TANNERY; This well known establishment is constructed on the most approved plan, and is provided with all the MACHINERY necessary for the manufacture of Leather at the least possible cost. "" It contains about 45 large Lay-away Vats, 6 Letches, with limes, Hide Breaksirs, Roller, Bark Mill, and Conveying Reels, Sweat House, Bark House, Currying Rooms, &c, all. of which are so arranged as to manufacture Leather according to all the most modern improvements. The in-door vats are .provided with frames, which are kept in motion by machinery, which dispenses with the cost of handling and the liquors, and are changed by means of pipes leading from the letches to the vats, and from thence to the junk. The establishment is capable of tanning six thousand hides annually....

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

CO<JPER t NG.—Thesubscribor has opened a COOPER SHOP, opposite the Catholic Church, on Bishop Street, where he will Le at all tunes prepared to make Vessels, Barrels, <J"C on moderate terms, SO" Repairing and Hooping of all kinds of vessels will be done on the shortast notice. WM. GILL. Bellefonte, Muy-12, 1858. GIFTS, GIFTS! GIFTS!! SPI/EHDID GIFTS! At 439 Chestnut Street.— The only Original Gift Booh Store. rj. G. EVANS would respectfully inform his "• friends and the public that his Star Gift Book Store and Publishing House is permanently established in Brown's splendid Iron Building. 429 Chestnut street, two doors below Fifth, where the purchaser of each book at the regular retail price, will receive one of the following gifts, valued atAfrom 25 cts. to §100. worth. 550 Patent English Lever Gold Watches, $100 00 each 550 Patent Anchor do do 50 00 400 Ladies' Gold Watches. 18c. cases, 35 00 600 Silver Hunting Watches, warrat'd 15 00 500 Parlor Time pieces, 10 ...

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

a^^C^ISiK&SESI^^s LOOK TO YOUR OWN INTERESTS. I HAVE foi sale almost all kinds of Farming Utensils, and will sell them as cheap as they anc be had any place in the country, or I will sell tt Philadelphia prices, freight added. They are as follows:— Allen's Improved Mower and. Reaper, Alton's celebrated self-raker Reaper and Mower, Manny's improved combined Reaper and Mower, Ketchnm's Mower and Reaper, Corn-Shellersof different kinds, Straw, Hay and Fodder Cutters from ,S7 to $40, Mills forgrinding'Chop, Ears ¦? Corn, &c, Circular Saw Mills, Cloverseed Gatherer, Ploughs of'Jall kinds, Mich. Double and Subsoil, Cultivators, of \ most all kinds,1 J ; ¦ ¦ Grain' Drills .. I vf different! 'if .-kinds arrSp; .. I. / :* prices,,*"-"" : Improved Steam Boilers for steaming food for Cattle, Barn Door Rollers, Hay Makers, Horse Hay Rakes, §'c. i; I am also authorized to sell Farming Utensils for W. T. Boyer & Bro , makers of Farming Implements, Philadelphia; Pdschal...

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

RRFAT RIFT RfM STflRF D.W.CLARK'S (formerly Evans & Clark,) 44 North Queen Street, Lancaster, Pa.' MORE LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS THAN AT ANY OTHER SIMILAR ESTABLISHMENT IN THE.COUNTRY. XTAVING-located myself at Lancaster, Pa., -*-->- where my expenses are not above one-fifth as great as those of similar establishments, in New York or Philadelphia; and having had extensive experience in Ihe business—being ncarly.four years a partner of G. G. Evans, Esq , the -originator of the Gift Enterprise, I flatter myself that I can offer greater inducements than any other concern in the United States.' A Gift worth from 25 cents to §100 will accompany each Book at the time ordered. S3- AGENTS WANTED in every, town in the United States, to whom most libera! inducements are offered. £."_;: .¦I have lately issued a new Catalogue, covering 32 pages, embracing an infinite variety of Books of every description, a copy; of which will be mailed, postage paid, upon application, (o-any ...

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