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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

WM. M'GLELLAND RESPEOTl'TLLY informs his old customers and the public lhat he has rcrelvcd one of the largest and best selected stock of Ready made Clothing as well as a lar^e and select assort ment of Cloihs, Casimers, Sat inert s, Satins rj-e., ever oliered to the people ol Centre county, comprising a selection of FALL AKD WINTER CLOTHLX Gr tt which is embraced every article neeessiry f o a gentleman's complete wardrobe. His stock has been selected willi great care, and he flatters hinu self that lliesoods now offered, were n'-t only purclia'-T-d with a view to economy, but wilh a fixed, purpose not to be excelled in durability, elegance and fashion. - Ju order to keep up with the trade of large cities he has established the cash sytlem hnpin-r by adhering lo such a'sistom of business, to be enabled always to furnish his customers- with ihe latest stylos of goods, made up by tiie most celebrated manufacturios in the country. He also sives notice that he continues to manufa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

Drug and Ulieniical B:ore! Allegheny St.. North Side of the Diamond. DELLEFONTE PA. '¦pi-IE nndersigtifd respectfully inform the «• eiiixeits of tiellefotite and the -urronnding country, that they have purchased the Drug Kslablislirnetit of Mr. Geo I. Miles, and intend keepit^ ttie usual assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES, <&C, which they will oiler at reasonable prices.— There n.edieines, chemicals, drills, &c.,havinp; been selected with great care, at some of the best houses in the city, they flatter them, selves that they will be able to give enlire satisfaction to sill who may want anything in their line of business. They would especially call the allention of Piiysieians to their establishment, where they can be supplied with pure, fresh and re liable articles, on reasonable terms. They will keep constantly on hand Burning-Fluid, Cumphene, Lamps, Segarsand Tobacco. Citron. Hair and Tooth Brushes, Fancy Soaps, Perfumery Port-3lo>uas} also Paints. (J...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

if %W s£fte*i*P>f fcg a W • ».5«J'*** J« oV, , (LATE OF THE F1IUI OF WINCU'IiSfE!'. & SCOTT.) GE-NTLEA-lKN'S FUMING STORE S!11 P.T M1NVFACT0BY, 814 Chestnut Slicct, (Nearly Opposite Girard House.) Philadelphia. [gj. W. SCOTT woiiid respectiutly call the attention of his former patroiis and friends to Ins new Store, and is prepared to fill orders for SillKf'S at ihort nonce. A perfect fit guaranteed. CoUNTKY i'R..\btt supplied wiili Kink iiikts and Cullaiis. .November 12t h, 1858.—l^ y

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

New Goods s /"1HA S. MeBlilDE lespcctt'uily informs %_J liisl'rieiids and the public generally mat lie ha< jui't received at his store, corner of Allegheny and Hislion streets, a uom-nil supply ot FALL AND WINTEil GOODS, CONSIMING OF CQTT1SE. TSA. SUSAH, &^5.XJPi SP1C1W .SAM' SOAPS, CLASS, (4UEEASWARK, 11A1UAVARK: CUTLKKY. boots and shoes of first quality and all sixes, stone ware, watei and sugar crackers, corn brooms, buck j», rnbbeis. clotheslines, eve. Rnauy made cloth ing,flannel shins and drawers, and muslins, prims, hosiery, hats and caps, gloves, trimmings. <fcc. &c. Call and see. as ha intends to- sell very low for cash, or in exchange for marketing at cash prices-. Bellc-lbnte O.-t. 2Dih 1B58,—by N. S. LAWRENCE'S > PAPER, PRINTERS' CARD AND EN VELOPE WAiaaSMOUE, No. 405 Ooauoeree Street, Philadelphia. Gash buyers will find it to their interest to cal' «• ian. 6,1853— J^.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

W.A.TiluMAs, Jr.&tU. HAVE JUSf*RECElV£D A -J.A&E, ST^CM &~F BHY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING GROCERIES, QUEENSWA-8E, HARDWARE, FISH AND SALT. Which they are now opening, and offer w the public ana their iriendi. THEY ALSO HAVE ON HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH or GRAIN: FISH, SALT PLASTER COAL FLOUR and the usual supply of goods with which they have been furnishing their large cus tom. Bellefonte, fCov. 26th, '58 ' , ¦ , , , , - .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

COCKET&CO 1-4 U M. MS B2A IS COMMISSION MERCHANTS WEST FALLSjAYENUE Baitieaoi'e, JSId. REFER TO .M33RS CUIITIN & ELANCHARD BELLEFONTE, PA Get. 1. 1S58 —ly. .., •r- < ^ % * » ¦ , .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

MEYERS & MC'DEYIT eilliLESILa 1Pi"m^S Liquor Dealers & Rectifiers. No. S©1 XAhevtv SJs'eet, PlTTSMIUIiGSS. Oct.Sth, 18jP.—tf . .-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

A CARD. Philadelphia, Pa-TEIE-utHlersigned, ihe Founder and limdisher of V AN C.VTKTS' Cuuiiictfcii Delector desirous ol letinng from this -hr-im-li of busmtss. has merged that old established work in ihe popular R.inlc JSoto Keponer of luilay U Biclciell. flavini published Van Court's Detector since 1S39, the undersigned reluctantly pails with his old friends and' sunscrioers.but this rehieiauee is lessened by Ihe conviction that in lmlay if- Bicknell's Bank Note' Ueiiortcr they will receive a wcriif that matches the limes. J. VAiN COURT. fJUaaelpiiia.Dec. 20, 18.r)3:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

psoSjcc. All Subscriptions to LMLAY ^ BICKNELL'S' BASEL KOTS3 UKPORTEil are Payable scrupulously in adnce. This is-the oldest lS..uk i\ote publication in ihe world, for thirty long years it has m.nnt.iiued an unsullied repiiliilion, a'od continues to be the necessary coiniiiiiiiou of all-business people over the whole continent oj' America. THE COINS OE THE WORLD! Now in Press by lmlay & Bicknell, will be given to all old audMie-.v subscribers. All Coin Charts, Cuidt-s ami Manuals.-as compared w-i' .h this, may to eousideied waste. j>aper. TERMS: To the Semi Monthly, Sl-5n perannum. Monthly - J.M> •' Single Copies at Ibe Counter, 10 Cents. Mailed. 12 '•' Address I.MLAY & BICK.NELL, Box 1150. Post Office, Pbi'ad'a, Pa., Jan-11, '59

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

npELEGKAd'H M.ESSAGES sent to all § parts of the United States and Canadas. Ofnice at the Drug Store of B cleefoBte,, Nov. r„ tFF GR.8 THE CENTRAL PllESS rCELIStll-.D KVKRV FRIDAY HOUSING, 4T BELLEFONTE, PA., BY ¦sricu Foruey & J. «. Eiurtz, ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS: Two* Dollars a year, which may be discharged ay the paymc.it of One Dollar and Fifty Cunts before the expiration of six monts from the time of subscribing. No subscription jeceived for a less peiibd than six menis S3" Ko paper wil' be rliscOntinned until all anea rages are paid unless at the option of the publisher RATES OF ADVERT1SJS6V The following are onr terms of advertising, whicn will be strictly adhered to: One square, (12 lines) three insertions, $100 Kvcry subsequent insertion, 25 Auditors' Notices. 1 50 Administrator and Executors' Notices, 1 75 Notice of Applicants for License, 1 00 iN' atices for Strays. 1 00 Merchants, (4 squares) by the year, 10 00 Merchant Tailors and Grocerslbv year, 8 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

BY LIZZIE L1VELT Not 'n the iT-rfy world, where maddening crowds engrave Their deeds of violence, lo be erased as passion's wave j Rolls on in billowy fumult. Not in the strife of menr or fame or worldly gain, Such as is soaght and found with tne frosty pain Of tears and sighs for ils re'snlt, Is happiness e'er found. But in ah hour of silence, when mind and sou! are free To soar above tho woild—even soaring unto Thee! . Sublimest of all visions high. Then in the ruddy light by fairest hope dir. pensed, We feel like one relieved, like one no more incensed, Bui breathe in purest sighs, Thus happiness is found. The heart haih richest silence, e'en while its pulse doth beat Like sounding drums fro"" armies in" relr?at, The while the foe pursues. 'Tis eloquent and sweet, when all our senses, " meek, Inthe deep silence* of the froubled hear! ae renely seek The love which all subdues, Then happiness is found. January 1859.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

Books.—Before the invention of Printing, and the manufacture of paper, books were so scarce, and here a price so estnvao-antas to be beyond the means ofaovbut the most- wealthyand opulent. Few private individuals could comra'atid resoutces to become proprietors of a single work, and the most extensive libraries of well endowed institutions were limited to a few hundred volumes. Now they have become so cheap that few are .destitute of theso treasuries of knowledge, and our public associations possess tens of thousands Formerly, the art of reading' was confined to a few monks. Now, this source of instruction can he enjoyed by all classes, and almost every individual. Some curious facta are preserved in his tory, relative to the scarcity and value oi books during the dark ages. A bishop in the thirteenth century, havina; occasion to consult a large ISible, tjefore he could ob ;ain a loan from the monantery-which possessed it, was compelled to execute a bond, drawn up with due formali...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

. —Saint Brigltam, ut Utah, has just performed, the wholesale skughter of cutting off from' Communion with his church, eh'ht hundred aud sixty memoers, who sympathize with the Gentiles. —At a liquor suit iu Syracuse the other day, the complainant brought throe witnesses along to testify. Before the case came on the three witnesses got drunk aud were sent to the Penitentiary. —A/fugitive slave, able bodied, 25 years old, and worth SI,500, arrived in Boston on Wednesday and left there the nest morning via underground railroad for Canada. [ gCT'The story of the courtship of Miles Blandish was not for the first time versified by Longfellow.- The following ballad was published in a newspaper called " The New Hover," in 1852.- We- copy, it with the introduction of the editor". Gazr any of'onr readers throw light upon the authorship', or inform us when it was originally published1 : CJOJirisSispofCap?. Miles §ta«disfB. A TRUK HISTORICAL UOMANCE,: BY MOSES BUI.LtNS, 1792. ' About this...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

—The members of the Maine Legislature have a concert of sacred music every morning, fifteen uiinateB beforo the House organizes.;'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

Atl Valorem asctl Specific Sin I - ties'... An ad- valorem duty is a charge on the value, or. (as the law. may. .be,) on '.'He coat of merchandise. . Suppose.the value of a ton of iron to be §30 at the place of expoN Cation,- and. the duty 24' per,cent/, the' amount paid to the Custom'House will ha S7\2CV ^his dt fty will be liable to fludtti**- tions according' fir f * iictriaiions in coatot' value abroad. ¦' ' ' ¦¦ ¦ ¦ '¦" ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ • -.•¦::..: A -specific' duty is a cfi'arge"^ rjuantityv without reference to value.' Suppose the duty to^be SS'.ona ton of iron,,the amount paid at the-.Cu torn House will be uniform* ly §8 whether,tbe. original cost is .little or. much. Under a specific duty,. therefore, the home manufacturer, of iron knows exactly what amount of protection he Has and will have at all times-, and ofco'urse hecan lay out his' work:'intelligently' and safelyl-' If with a.d'uty of 'eight dollars a ton- he cau-' compete with the foreign-manu'facfurerJ'Ke will enter the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

«¦¦-*¦ ¦ ¦ H Z, BELLEFONTEPA. fcriday Blcriilug, S"eb. 4, 1S59

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

THE CENTRAL PRESS jENIiAKCJED & "OIPKsWE" the publication of the CEufRAt PnSsS was commenced under many disparaging circumstances, when business was at its lowest ebb, and the inauspicious promises of a revival, rendered an enterprise in a newspaper very uncertain. We we're convinced, nowever, that an independent newspaper, conducted tvilh fairness and liberality, would succeed, and notwithstanding the pressure of the times, ¦ we were willing to risk the undertaking. The result of the first six months' trial, has ffifite than realized our expectations, and we now feel that the Central Press is established on a solid foundation, aud is welcomed as one of the :eading jiurnals of Central Pennsylvania. Under these circumstances, and in fulfillment of a promise made in the first number, that if reasonably patronized we Would enlarge the Press, we have made arrangements for the enlarging and improvement of The Central Press lo a size to accom modate our advertisers and als...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

J^"VVe notice by the North Alabama Times, prAIished at Decalor, Ala.. tharJoe W. Furey, formerly of the Jersey Shore Republican, has become associated in its editorial department. The spirit and vigor of his pen is easily traced through some of ilsbest editorials—and it is easy to predict a brilliant ca^ reer for Joe, because he has ability, tact, and that.beat.of all virtues in a young writer, modesty. Our wi>hes, . kind and sincere, are with Joe in his new home and new sphere of usefulness. He has the ball at his feet, and the great results of the future, so far as his own benefit is concerned, must be Worked out by himself. Let him be firm in his attachment to the truth, independent ia its expression, yet courteously treating the opinions of mankind, and he will win a blight reward. Let him, too, riot forget the great les sons of freedom which he learned in his northern home—and as he labors in the south he may become one of the noble preachers of an emancipation reserve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 4 February 1859

{ar*When we read the charge of plagiarism in the Hollidaysburg Standardj against Daniel Dougherty, we thought it sounded strange to be preferred in alluding to a gentleman of Daniel's known literary honesty. However, the charge explained Itself on perusing all the items in the Standard. One of them informs us that the editor has received an appointment from the President, doubtless with the understanding that his paper is to be used in slandering and villifying the opponents of the administration. Mr. Dougherty is one1 of the most successful and eloquent young orators 3u the Union. His scholarship, generous frankness, and bold impetuosity, have made him the favorite of the masses in Philadelphia. He is a Democrat—scorns the f goiism and overbeafance of power—but we doubt if his bitterest foe af home would originate or repeat such stuff as pleases the allegiance of ihe Hollidaysburg Standard.

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