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

EsFAfter reading that part of the Governor's Message referring lo the Kansas struggle, we would be pleased to have the opinion ofthn organ as to his Democratic consistency in this respect. Gorernpr Packer distinctly avows a difference with ihe President on (his subject, and as boldly declares an adhesion to the rights of popular • sovereignty. He is with Siephen A. Douglas on (his subject—he is true io his antecedents, because he always possessed the amiable quality of gfacefnlly falling in with a majority after a hard battle had been fought and won. But doubtless the o.gan will imitate the Governor. The neph ew of his uncle will retunc its harsh notes to popular adulation—and before the dog-days arrive we expect to see him sweating and harranging in favor of ihis the absorbing doctrine of the times. Tl would not aslonish us to see even Barnhart execute a giration on I his subject—and poor Seely may possibly forget his meekness, wilh "(he tormenls of a bad conscience arising fro...

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

^Governor Packer signed ihe bill, passed at the close of the lest session-' granting to ihe Pennsylvania Railroad Company the tight of way to construct a railroad from Harrisburg to Dauphin. The bill was signed by the Governor on TuesJay, and re'.urncd'to ihc Logi-.-laUtre on' Tinirsdav let;!," % ©oHgSas Tfl'iasssplaafiat. The telegraph, one week ago, announced the election, by; Ihe Illinois Legislature, of Stephen A. Douglas, 'as United Slates Senator from that Slate, for six years from the fourlli of March next. Although this result was "a fixed fact weeks ago, made so by the election in Illinois, yet the whole Nation could scarcely wait until ihc Legislature gave it their official sanction by the official ?eleclio'n of ilr. Douglas as United States Senator, and the fact now assumes a sha,->e which guarantees the rejoicing and congraiulaijon •of every freeman in iho country. It is not merely the triumph of a man, (although the rran in this instance nobly com bailed ...

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

ESrOus- uoKjuilous inentl Mr. Waring missed his mark in shoothig at ihe Fre<s whs'ii he delivered himself ol portions of his late card. We are friends of education,bij -cannot discover how peiiy bicketingi' and jealousies will advance the cause". Ceitainly "Mr. Waiing has goo'd sense left lb leach him that the public do not care fo;- his differences with (lie'County Superintendent—and we know lhat our subscribers do no! wish to pour over columes of invective and inuendo. and be compelled to endorse them as arguments to favor and eleva:e education. So far as real contributions to education are concerned, we are always willing io. publish them after being subject lo our revision—but we question the practicability of leachers theorising on-principles of discipline and inculcation. This, it appears lo us, is too much ihe case already. It appears to us, loo, that there are too many modes of education prevalent among the teachers, and not lhat facilhy which real practice affords....

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

SS^A dispalch io ilia New York^'Tribune, daied Washington, Deo! 26, says: "There has been a free interchange of views among many leading Republican Senators and Rep-/esenlalives, for which an occasion has been afforded since the commencement of the recess. The opinion was unanimous that parties and poli ics are so shaped in this Congress that nothing will be effected during the present session concerning (he Pauiffic Railroad, or a modification of ihc Tariff." S^The Democratic State Convenlion met at Fraukfoit, Kentucky, and nominated Hon. Beriah Magotfia as candidate for Governor, and Lynn Boyd for Lieutenant-Governor. ^ Or'Our advettisers must be pallet:! « ill do the;!! all in-Mice ujxt week'. We

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

ES^The -multiplicity of proposed routes for a railroad lo the Pacific, will probably delay the construction of any road until private enterprize and the growing populalion- on the froniior take hold of the mailer, and under some guarantee of transportation from the government, push a road through. This is the best way (o build (he road.' In Tsxas, a project has been started for a road from Arkansas Bay. in that Stale, through Mexico lo ibe Pacific Ocean'-; Its length is" about 700 miles, but only 150 mites of it is in'Texas, while 550 is in Mexico:' ft is advocated- as being- the best, cheapest and"shortest route. A" read will hi'.KUy be built-ihro5 Mexico fov some years to come. As lo ihe line through liie British lerriiory, lhat is Hot likely ;o be built when Trie British capitalists find, as they soon will, that the Grand Trunk, instead of promised dividends of 11 per cant, a year, is a worthless investment. The. following is the esiimatsd length ofthe Pacific Hallway, via th...

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

EJr^The Southern Slates have the Chairman of every Committee in ihe Senalo, of any account. They control, also, every Comm-tlee of importance. It is nearly ihe same case in the House. Notwithstanding this preponderance, and having in Iheir hands, and exercising it too, every department ofthe Government.theirCry'is slill '.hat their "rights are trampled upon,'' and if the North push them "a i' dllcLinter. why look out, smtp'goes : Ihe Union-<:pop goes the weasel !" SSPThe Kpiscopal papers are earnestly advocating ihe praclice of preaching ex'l mporaneously. The exclusive use of the ideouscriptj they consider as a gre&t barrier In success" especially with ihe muses. We think, howeverj that'a clergyman should endeavor to preach his,hearers uj> lo his standard, and not preach down lo theirs. What we desire —what the people desire—"masses" and all is a good, sensible discourse, and ih^j do not care'a straw whether it is wrilten or no! so that they gel it.

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

The Michigan Slate Legi?hfure elected ex Governor Bingham United Slates Senator lo sixcedd H ti. Charles E. Stuart,'whoaa term ¦ ¦ ¦ il! e\rire in March'.

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

JcyTbe steamship Qiakcr City has arrived a? ATew Orleans with highly important news.from .Mexico, and a week's later advices from California.'. The dates from the capital of Msxicojire to the 26th ul'. General. Zuloaga hadbeen deposed by tbo forces under General' Robles, and had taken refirgs.in the-bouse of the British minister. General Robles had announced himself ss the head of the so-called con--ser'vative party, and despitched commffsionoM to Vera Cruz to treat with Pres:-' dent Juarez for a union with ihe.libcraU. The Quaker City brings the California mails to the-20th ult. The shipr acntof specie by the Panama steamer on the 20th amounted to §2,209,000 of which §1,366'- 000 was for New York, S100.000 for New' Orleans, and $743,000 for England. .Business at San Francisco, was dull, and'the' markets unchanged.

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

—Oae of the prisoners of the slaver Echo, while being taken from the Columbu S- C., to Charleston, jumped from a car u-indow while the train was at a speed'of 25 miles per hour. The fall broke one of his leg-i, and he was re-captured. —The daily sib of s aves in R'olim.oai Va'i, last week;-a- erages -585,009.

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

Fa'&sai 'MffiE'fi.'flSi&itta'g. Since the organization, the business of both Houses of the Legislature, has been of a general character. The bill to abolish the Canal B.'ard has passed the House. Bills have been introduced for a General banking lair, to devise additional means to extinguish".the .State debt, and to prevent Binks from issuing notes of a less denomination than §20. Also, a bill making Harrisburg the pcrminent place for holding the sessions < f the Supreme Cmirt. The standing-eoismiUces of both Houses have been announced, nnl _fVdm what we learn, give general saiiff.ielion. Jr. barlow, from Centre county is on two very imponsut committees. The Comrnitteo on Accounts and the Committee ou Bau^?. ^ The following report fro n the bt.a'a Treasurer was seat iu to (hi House off t'je lltu mst. ,,. ... TasAseriY Depaupif.vt. \ Uaryisburg,.Janw!j 10, lSoO. j Hon. W. O. Lawre.vce.. Speakrr dj /7'e House of Rqrre&nnlalevcs : Sir—Iu obedience to t...

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

©©Tea^aoa's' Messages, PiLune: Gov. Morrill, iu his message delivered to the legislature on the 7fch, adverts to the financial condition of the State, and says it demands the most exact economy in the public service. The expenditures have been constantly augmenting until the ordinary receipts are behind the annual demands, and the annual expenditure now averages §164,000 over the- annnn! average of ten years ogo. This incre-ir-e i„ attributable to the more wise and liberal policy for tbo promotion of education, agriculture, &c, but there is still grt'at vigilance and watchfulness needed. "The receipts of the year arc estimated at S36S - Oflj). The Governor urges a hirgo -redaction hi the legislative espouses, and rccommends biennial Sessions. II.• then speaks of the needs ofthe agricultural interest, and the capacities of settling lands. Hcrt'coinmetids a State Normal School. He suggests additional legislation to preserve the purity of tho ballot bos. H« close's upon the...

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

LOCAL NEWS TJae r«ectKa-6s. ,.Weare prepared to announce positively the' visit of Dr. MchTenzie and Morton Me-Micbael, who will leclute before the Fencihles in Eellefonte, during Couit week. Dr. Mckenzie has chosen for his subject '-'The Lights arid Shadows of Irish life," a theme as prolific a* he is qualified for its discussion.- The lee lure contains a poem of polished brilliancy—ind who that has heard ofthe wit and poetry combined in the Irish [character will fail to bo present and listen to the production? but few, we believe, who have -a lasle for something good. Mr. McMichael will discourse on National Characteristics—-and we know that he is able to do jasilce to his sub jeet. He i- just Ihe man lo talk lo a Centre ejmnty audience on such a subject—and we congratulate these distinguished Pennsylvaniiuson laving an opporluniiy presented lo make ihe ai-cjuaintance of ihe people of the central part of the Commonwealth. This is h feature in .'these lectures which will yet pro...

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

The Famous Dead of 1858.—The necrology of I85S is distinguihed by many noted" names. Among American .sta'e;- men, the ruo.st eminerit deceased,.. f}r the year was Thomas II. Benton. With him have departed Senator Evans, of South Carolina ; Senator Henderson, of Texas.; ex-S nator Bi;goy,of Al.bama, J General James Gadson, of South Carolina; John A. Qui tman,.of Miss". j'.Thos,' L. Harris, of Illinois ; and ex-President Jones, of Texas. A'mong lawyers have died Benj-r.nin F. BulleAmd Chief Justice ' Daer, of New York. Among' author's. William Henry Herbert, William Jay, and Madame. Ida Pfeiffer. Among tnercb'itus, Anson G. Phelps and Benjamin Marshall, of New .York; and James Adgcr, of Charleston. Amorg mechanics, Isaac Newton and John Allaire. Among scientific men, Boopland the. naturalist, and Robert Brown, the bo tanist, Among painters, Ary Schaffer.— Ajaong theatrical characters,, the great, Rac'haeland Lablache the singer. Among soldiers, Field Marshal PJsdeizky, of the Aust...

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

fCj-'iKe Luvrenee correspondent of the Ne^Vork Tribune, under the date of Dec. 20, wr"te?, in alluding to. the laic difficulties in Kansas :'f>Tho newly arrived Governor, who is beginning to realize, like most of h\=s predecessors, that the Governorship of Kansas is not a bed of roses, has sent down' Ga.rft.ain' or Sheriff Sam Walker and another gentleman to se3 if tkV'dibfurbanee could "not be sic; red.— These gentlemen have just returmd. lho: had cone to Montgomery, who '"-^doi V- uiv'^r.-'.-mciiniT of' (ke (rpn'y. Thr, it ' .,'.'.-,-.-.. i* ica--3niTl-.^!«-, and ihe G<\er- nor, I learn, has resolved on sending down on such a mission, as I understand, to arrest Montgomery aud some others unconditionally, there will be more trouble. Affairs luvo got to such a pass there that a fight with the troops is pretty certain ; and as the latter are likely to be well prepared for (heir work, and the men they have to deal wilh no common enemy, we may look out for bloody wo...

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

rHE MARKETS Repot ted fir the Central Frets - liellefonte, Jan 0, 185S. White Wheat,per bushel, ¦ SI,:25a 1,50. Rye " 62 Com. •• 62 Corn Ears, " SO Oats, " ~ 33 Prime Cloverseed, " 4 75 Barley, " Ilueluvhcat, " Sfl Tallow, per pound, 12 Buitcr, " . 20 Lard, " 10 Reef, " 5 Pork, " 5 Kjrgs, per uoz. 15J PHii.ADKi.pnu, Jan. 12-Flour is firmer to-day, and sime J-.o'deis will not accept S5.12i for Supertine. Exlns are selling So.BOao 87^, and Fancy lots at S6 a7.2o. Eye Flour is firm at i?3 81Aa3 S7J, and Penna. Cornrneal at S3.50. Wheat comes, forward very slowly and is it; better demand : sales ef Red at §1 2Cat.2S, at^LWhite Hi €i 40al.4o. Rve is in demand at Qoc. Corn is is wan!ed and prices are advancing; sale* of 3000 bus new Yellow; al'75c.. Qms are steady al 4-1 a 4"c. Coffee is very firm wilh further sclesof Rio at 11 inline, and Lagui ra at llAu. New Cleans Sugar is arriving more fieely, but the demand is good al 7a7Jc. In Provisions'.here is no change." WhJskey is stea...

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

MARRIAGES J.On Ihe l!ih iaa., by Rev. D. S. Toliiiis, Mr. II J. G. Herrald, of Snyder Ccn uy. lo Jiis Elizabeth Jane Winter, of Rebersburg, Cent re Co

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

DEATHS On tho'morning oflija-SIjt ult(, is Kebcrsbur^ George bair, Esi;„ aged ?2;oir3.

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

LECTURES. rpH!:: BELLEFO.NI'i'E KliNClBLKS have ihe -L honor lo announce to tho public that the third Lecture of tho series will be delivered al iha Courl Room, in Bcllelbnie, on Tuesday, ihe SSlh of January. 1359. by Morton M'MiehacI, of Philadelphia; and on tho following evening, Wednesday, the26th, til- fourih will be delivered by Dr. Skellon M'lienzie Subject: Irish Wit and Humor, Tickets of Admission can b'j.procurodar,the Drug Stores of F. P. Green and J. ij; J llarriij.' and at tho BooUStorc ol Geo Livin^a'ten, or from ally of the undersigned Cnmraii tec. . 7,1). HARRIS, 5 Committee - -J.Vs. A BEAVER, V of E. M: BI.ANC'IIARLO Arrangcmeat. Eellefonte, Jan, 1-1, Tc & Ii3 H. fi€ ail road. N OTICE TO STOCK HOLDERS—A meeting of the S'.oekhclderg of the Tyrone & Lock Haven Railroad will be held at tho Court House in the borough of Gellcfonto, on Tuesilay, the 25th insf, (Court weefc) aj.2 i'clook, P. M.. for the purpose of i Vowing of tho isfuing of Gonds, to ai...

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

WB2a..!ss*©'S3r aa's - SLATTEDS DASHER CHURN. PAT.ti-iT3D MAY.I1. 1SSS. TIIK econ'miy and tisel'utascs of this Churn has been-acknowledged by every farmer ^ who-.has had them in LSe on his premises and so popular have ihcy boeon^e.-in all the eastern counties of Pennsylvania, tiiat they now supercede all tho old machinery for this purpose. The.principal-feature of ihe D-shcr Churn is the advantage which it possesses of making more butler out of the same amount of cream than any other churn, and also leaving the milk perfectly clean from curd or butter, and gathering the butter in four solid rolls, pel Cecily clear of milk" ft perforins its work in one-half the time occupied by the common churn, which is a saving of Rreat impi rlarce in tho dairy. The agent (or these machines is now in Belle fonto, prepared to dispose ol State, County, or Township-Righla. P?y applying at this office, or (he Conrad House, purchasers can examine th" Churn, and receive all satisfactory information. LE...

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

wm. Brown's Blodel ."Wasliasag- Madame.' PATENTED JULY 20,1858. THIS WASHING MACHINE is claimed lobe superior to all others, because of the ease and facility with which it washes clothes, and is the only machine that has ever been palented which performed thework equal (o ihc human hands. Itia so adapted by springs as to be enabled lo wash ihe finest lace and roughest sheeting, antl does ihis too without soiling or tearing tho one. or in the leas' slighting the oiler. It can be worked almost by a chfld, who, artcr becoming,acquainted with the machine, is able to do the work of an adult. The agent is now in Bcllefonte, prepared to-sell ftate, County, or Township High's. For particu \\r* annlv di iho Conrad House, or at this office. '- " . LEWIS'A. KOEVIOCIC. Bellcfonte, Jan. 1-1,1859. D. G. BUSH, ATTORNEY AT LiW, . . Bcllefosiie, PesBss'a Office immediately opposite the Court House, in the room occupied by W. H. Blair, Esq. Offers his professional .'eivices to his friends and Uio...

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