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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

^ CERTIFICATES. PAIN ERADiCATOR' MESSKS.UREEW&.WAifE1V-- " moe jhr^raa?,io myr"°ni ^:,; - Wc^^^ivTOv?^^ pared by you, which'has neve f ,Med o e d.'d'il' ,,"- pair,, when-appfed. / a)so „,„' n for JS^TWm will, the same good eftobi.and know ol it be,'.i ,Pri £.S7=KSfta£iiS!!ai? a^fei'a^&tiiasi' JOHN M'CALMONT. I Miles'" P-,i RE r V ,f M'M"»^-H»va used Geoi'l,i • n Lr!ldl«:at°r, prepared lw-yon for ,i„ andiTn'tV" '" ^sl»>»I<'er,nnd fi.nml-Bre-i, re! e and.would recommend it to others 8imi!arK^fl£'.cj ,5_X J^HM BECK

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

CC n ^ijr\ \ ?/"S*-^-3*-s,-*to.-*'^ -'^ Tlio CM' Bsmliiloii €©fee ¥® HAS BHCOSS i*. EO'TSEIJOIS "WOED. The Old Dotation Gdibe Pot EASES A 3EV3HAG3 BSLICIOTfG AS 3JE0TAH. flic @M jOondfafsn Coffee Pot TAKES LESS C0STS3 JUAir &3Y e?rs2. ¦ Tho Old BqmIsIoH Oofiee Pot 3IAESS BSTTEII. C02TSS 2HA1I AKY 0TE23. f ho Old BoialnlsH C@i«0 Pot SZTES. SAILS TO 20 ITS "WOHS EIGBK. The Old'Dominion Oofee Pot C-rf33 A EEAITHY EEVE3AGB. Im €8M BossMoq €eSee Pot 13 A rEXSSa TO BYS?E?TIC3. The Old Bommion Gofee Pot " EASES HUSBAHS3 HAPPY. Tiie 0M DomisloB Coffee Pot "EASES ¦WIVES GOOD-NASTJESE. The Old Dominion Gofee Pot IS TH2 COOS'S DEIIGHT. The Old Dominion Coffee Pot EEKBS EHIXE3 TO THE SS3A2ri"AST-TA3LE. The Old BomMoa Co^e Pot SBJSVJSJST3 m±T3X&02tUZ DlgCOKDS".fr Tbe Old Dominion Cofee Pot GIVES tho AEA3IA1T SEKUT in PEBrEOn'OH. The Old Dominion GsSbe Pot IS BASED OH SCIENCE A1TD C0EE0K SEKSE. Tls© Old Dominion Csifee Pet 13 USED SY £t£ etOOS HOTJSEKEESEaS. Tie 0M Domin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Ilflll, IIIIIII IffliY 117 & 119 Souta Tenth St. PMNjASHESJPJBIA. g. J!SS~ For sale -hy Denlers in HousckeopiDjc Articles, and Storekeepers generally.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

THEW0 ND JR OF THE TIMESa '^AMERICA ^' °1 ^M " ft S H" . i fil 2-• ^ msm £53 & g ^m o m © '-^ 'fl9 - ^d M ffjA C> ^-' • r-i^S^vS-^^li^ W"3 fea( ^: v@sSll^^P& P 2he World is.OSAI.i.S^GSS—tS I'lCODUCK ITS KQUAL for durability, simplicity cheapness of cnnstriiclion, and case with which il can he kept in motion, and jhe PRICE ONLY $12. At the New York Suite F.iir, held ai Buffalo, on the'6th. 7ih. 8t!i and 9ih of October 1857, the young America was awarded-the M-ItST I'KKifiriJ.tr. J Any amount of fcstlrhoiij miaJfl' be given in be h-ilf of this maehine; but it is i/fitirely nnnei-e^sary as it docs not fail' to rceonimciid itself to all who witness ils operation SKrFnrmcrs and oihers, dcdiotis of purch.ifing a convenient machine, should first examine iheVnnn" America before baying any olher s-hc-ller. For sal? "n!-v b-v " . J.G. Kintl'Z, O/t 1. 1P5.S. Bellefonte. Pa, H"\SICKER'S IMPROVKD rP.KMIUM " • - ' - : f^_i • 'wii^flSEiy c' ff ^ - Ps I on ^^ — &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

I^illliSfi^ 33233, o)Lsrj irjun own Lvraiia^rs I HAVE I'm sale almost all k!nds of Fnrmin° litenstls. and will sell them as cheap as they anc he had any place in the eouiitrv. or I wii. sell al Philadelphia prices, freight added. Tliev arc as lollows:— . Aifeii's Itrrprovprf .Mower anil Reaper, Atktrrs-eeleliniled seil-raker Reap-? and Mower, Mnntiy. 's improved eornBfned Reaper a>id Moirer, Kelclium's .Mot erand Reapp.r. Corn-3hel!ers m dif fo.tent kinds. Slraw, Hay and Koddt-r Cutters from Sf to $40, Mills for RriiidinsChop. Kars - Corn, &c, Circular Saw Mills, Cloversee'd'Galher-er, Plou<!h» of all kinds, ivliidi. Danble and Subsoil, --Cultivau.is of innstullkinda,--Graiii Dtills • of different - kinds and prices, Improved Steam'Boilers. for Mnamin^ .food for Catile, Barn. Door Boilers, Hiiy Makers. Horse Hay Rakes, §c. ' 1;'"" "I*" aullionznl to sell Fannin? t'lensils for W. I. ISnyer & l?ro , makers of Farming Im-dpmerits, Philadelphia-, I'as...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Ecpmil Bank OF HUMES, M'ALLISTER, HALE & CO. ISciJeSonSe, Heufre Co, pa, ' F: C. iroMES, J T 1HI E II. N. M-ALLlSTP.il, ' A'0'. cnltTIN, Interest Paid on Special Deposits DKPOSITSreceiver!, BillsofKxchaii.reand \Tnte» Discounted.Collections mnde.iud proceeds re" ¦nitted promptly. - Interest paid on Special Depos ttes lor Ninety Days, and under S!x Momlis, at tin r:ite of Four per cent, per Annum. For Si* Months aud onwards, at ihe rair: .if Five per cent per Annum, exchange oh the fast, constantly on hand. J Bellefonte, Nov. m, l85G—tC *- • ' .I I '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

Iyer's Sareanarilla A compound remedy, in- vhieh tvo h,we la. bored to produce the'most effectual alterative that can be made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Saisaparilla, so combined -with other substances of still greater alterative power as fo.atford an effective antidote for the disease* Sarsaparilla is reputed tp cure. It is b' ciicved that such a remedy is ¦ wanted by those, who suifer front Strumous complaints, and that one which will accomplish their cure must prove of immense service to "this large class of our afHictfM-fellbw-c'itvzens.' How"completely this compound will do it has been proven by- experimenton many of the worst-cases to be found of the folkrtv^g'complaint's: — Scrofula, and Scrofulous Complaints', Eruptions and Eruptive Irteij.tsiis, "CTLCEiuri. Pimples, Blotches, Tumors, Salt Rheum1, Scald Head, Syphilis and Syphilitic Affections, Mercurial Disease, Dropsy, Nbur.ALaiA on Tic Douloureux, Debility, Dyspepsia and Indigestion, Erysipelas, .Itosaor ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

GRAIN J G"RAJN;!._ CASH paid for all kinds of grain, at Hia. ma rite- price, by Oct jj2,.-33. K. c. HUMF.S & BROTHER ¦ Whi ?,r?r8'a lar&a suppi-v-at &* .-toieot. r»Bn,« * StceJ..

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 7 January 1859

ROUGH iC- READY CORN SHELLErJ DANIEL DEER rcppeoifulij in&rms the farmers and the'public geiicnilly, that the nine is row at hand for genius: one of the ct-Iebra.-u d Rough and Ready Hand and Horse power (Jont Shelters, which is one of the best now in use injiis I'li-.turiiil and sold by the undersigned All kinds of »r:i n taken.in payment at market prices Ca»h will iiot be refused. , . , Biillefoiite.Oet.22.'58' ' DAN1KL DF.RR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

iLUr.rn .'-"¦ ¦-- iJ-'~*--?-^^ri-^'Mg-^\i«i.'**fre THE CENTRALPRESS rUBLIKMHb KVKHY FRIDAY MORNING, AT BELLEFONTE, PA., uv Wien BToraey & S. €}. Kurtz, ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS: Two Dollars a year, which may be discharged by the payment of Oxk Dollar and 1'iftv Cknts before the expiration of six monls from thetimc of subscribing. No subscription received (or a less pciioil I ban sis mohts. $3" No paper wib be discontinued until all artea ra»es are paid unless at ihc option of the publisher KATES OF ADVERTISING. , The rollowingareonrtermsofadvertising,which will be smelly adhered to: One squire, (12 linns) three inserlions, 81 "0 Every subsequent insertion, -', A-J'Mtor.s' Neliccs. J ¦)? Administrator and Executors' Notices, j '•> Notice of Applicants for License, J Wj Nations lor Strays. ' JJ|; .Merchants, (4 squares) by the year. i» \-> Merchant Tailors and Grocers, by year, S WJ 'Mechanics' and Professional Cards, by year, 5 00 Standing advs , one column,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

GOVERNOR'S HUBSSA6E. ' to the Semite and Huitse of Representatives. Gentlemen :—Although the jear just closed has been one of great depression in the business and monetary affairs of the country, I am happy to be able to announce to the Representatives of the People, that the finances of Pennsylvania art. in a most satisfactory condition. The receipts' of the Treasury, from, all sources, for the fiscal year, ending on the 80th day of November, 1858, were §4,189, 778 35; and the expenditures, for all purposes, during the same time, were §3,775, 857 OG. Leaving an excess of receipts over expenditures of §363,921 20. This exhibit shows that there was actually in the Treasury on the first day of December, 1858, the sntn of 398i&21 S9, more than there was on the first day of December, 1857. In addition to this, among the expenditures for the year, were Loans redeemed, $380,306 So Relief Notes, redeemed, 41,071 00 Interest CertifL-atcs, 116' 70 Waking' f the public debt fund r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

Total funded debt, §39,354,285 67 UNFUNDED DEBT. Relief Notes outstanding, §105,350 00 Interest Certificates, "23',357 12 Do. do. unclaimed, 4,448 38 Domestic Creditors, 802 50

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

Tola] unfunded debt, §133,958 00 Makiog-the public debt on the first of December last $89,488,543 07. Since the close of trie fiscal your, the Commissioners nf the Sinking Fund have redeemed of the five per cent, loan, Ihe sum of §220,132 51, leaving the real debt of the Commonwealth, at this time, funded anduafunded, §39,268, 111 16. To meetthis, besides the ordinary sources of public revenue, the State owns bonds received from the sale of the public works, and which I have every reason to believe are well secured, amounting to eleven millions one hundred and eighty one dollars. Deducting this from the outstanding debt, it loaves to be otherwise provided for, the sum of twenty-eight millions eighty seven thousand cne hundred and eleven dollars and sixteen cents. It is believed that, with the existing sources of revenue, and the observance, of strict economy, this sum may be reduced, during the current year, at least one million of dollars. The present would seem to be the app...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

In all the sum of $3,875,000 Upon investigation and inquirj, having become satisfied that there sales were made for fair prices, and upon sueh terms, and io such persons composing the various purchasing associations, as to insure the payment of the purchase money, they were severally approved. After the contract for the sale of the Delaware Division had been entered into, and my consent had been verbally given and seventy five thousand dollars of the purchase money had been actually paid by the purchasers, upon the faith of the contract, and my assent therelo, I was informed that a higher price had been offered, by responsible persons, for the canal. But under the circumstances, my opinion was that the offer came'too late ; and as the Kail road Company considered itself bound to consummate the agreement by a delivery of the deed and possession of the property to the first purchasers, I could not, in good faith, withhold my assent. ' The North Branch Canal Company, Subsequent to th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

Total §281,250 These bonds are well secured.- and the acsruing interest and principal, when due, will doubtless be promptly paid. . From information of a reliable character recently communicated to roe by the President of the Sunbury and Erie Railroad Company, it appears that the prospects of an early completion of that public highway are very eneourageing. A large amount of work has been done on the line of the road during the past season, and at this time, very consideroble portions of the road are graded and rapidly approaching completion. It is the opinion of the Prerident of the company that within two years the work will be entirely finished, so that cars will be running di.ectly from the city ot When this great enterprise shall be eonsumated, and the desire of its friend finally accomplished, the payment of the-three millions and a half of mortgage bonds, which the State has received in exchange for the canals.will unquestionably be well secured—whilst the railroad, itsel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

.the year the sum of 421,484 55 Jf we add to this the excess of money on hand, at the end uf the fi-cal year, over what remained iu the Treasury, at the same time last,year, °iz 303,921 29 We have the sum of §785,410 84 But this is not all. The amount paid on the public improvements, including damages and old claims the fiscal "year, was S341.08G 58 While the amount of revenue, from the same source, for the same period, was only 95,070 0G Making an excess of expenditures over receipts, which happily we will be relieved from in the future, of §'240,966 o2 This sum should also, be credited to the operations of the Treasury, during the year, for it was an extraordinary expenditure, which cannot again occur ; and was, in fact, a reduction of the liabilities of the Commonwealth, to that amount. ' If we add this sum to the amount ol debt paid, and the excess of cash on hand *e have for the year, a balance in favor o: receipts, over the ordinary e.pendtures amounting in the aggregate t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

MU§miulmm BELLEFfJNTEiPA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

Friday Morning 14- Jaa, 1S59 The Plea ef Hypocrites. It is a good maxim, that a hypocrite needs !10 Ulimasking, as his deformity is'always exhibited from" beneath thethin veil with which he seeks to conceal it ffb'ra the gaze of the public. The maxim is as applicable to ihose in public as those in piivate—and the course of the hypocrite is marked in both cases by a fcareer equally mean and contemptible. He kameretime-aerver-always notional auo bpiniooaled, yet craving as a terf and cringing as a slave, when obedience is paid lor k °applanse or money. The verification of hypocrisy, has been beautifully displayed m the" politics of Pennsylvania'for the" past five or six years—and the sudden changes of the ivilioflhe people, have exhibited a class of political hypocrites in a manner better worthy of contempt than notice. Pennsylvania has •been cursed with these political mountebanks and more than all the other poliiieal parties, the Democratic party has encouraged in 'us organi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

t&s^The statement of our being in Rochester when Mr. Barnhart was a member of ihe Know-Nothing Order and the Democratic candidate for Prothonolary, is as worthless as his other assertions in regard to our position. We were at home, in Aaronsburg, working ^ for a living and the success ofthe Democratic parly. and during that summer, when this same. Barnhart belrayed the Democratic parly of Centre county by swearing allegiance. to Know-Nolhingism, we were in Rochester, ("among the Black-Republicans," if yon please,) expressly to assist in establishing a German tri-weekly newspaper; stamped it with Democracy—retained io Center conn ty on the 3rd of August following—assisted in the nomination of a Democratic County ticket, and after all true Democrats had done iheir duty, they had Ihe salt-faction lo learn that their candidate for an important office was a base traitor. We fan detect noihin» so very wrong in our choice of principles, nor anything criminal in being an honorable...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 14 January 1859

Governor Packer refers to the subject of banking, and suggest? many wise restricts sis to be thrown around the system. He alludes lo oiher subjects, all of which we cannot now notice. "We therefore refer to the message —and again pronounce it a State paper worthy of the most careful perusal.

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