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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

J. W.. SCOTT, (late of the rural cf winchlster & scott.) GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE AKD SHIRT MAN UFACTORY, 81-1 Chestnut Sheet. (Aearly Opposite Girurd Ilnme.) Philadelphia. ^J. W. t-'COTT would respectfully call the attention of his former patrons and friends lo his new Store, and is prepared to fill orders fur SUI RTS at short notice. A perfect fit guaranteed. Countiiv Trade supplied with Fink Hirers and Collars. Wnvomlii-r I2lh, 1838—lv. wcw Goods I jPHAS. Jic-BKiDE respectfully informs \y his friends and ihe public generally lh;it lie h-is ju?L received at his store, corner of Allegheny and Htsiiop streets, a general s.ipplv ol ' FALL AND WIIVTEIl GOODS, CtUNSlStSNG OF SOF5"-3S. TBA. SUCSJiB. S^"RTJP= SPICKS.' SALT. SOAPS. GLASS. QfJEKiNSWAIilC. MARinVAR!'., CUTLKUY. boots and sbO'-s of iirst quality and all sizes, stone ware, water and sugar crackers, "corn brooms, ouck j'a, robbers, clotheslines, &c. Ueaoy made cloth inir. rlanuel shins and drawers, and ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

VV, A. THOMAs, Jr. & CO ft- ¦ ¦ 7 HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LA'tiE 6TCCK ©F DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING .,, GROCERIES, QUEENSWA R E, HARDWARE, FISH AND SALT. Which they are no-.v opening, and offer w the public aim their friend*. THEY ALSO HAVE ON.HAND AND FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH or GRAIN ' SALT PLASTER. COAL. FLOUR,-.-ad the usual sapplj of goods with which hey have been furnishing their large cus o liellefsmte. Nov. 26ih, '58 : m rlStf. a , • ' . • "'" . tn. ' •- - ¦ .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

COCKEY & CO LCAIBBR GOMP^ISSION MERCHANTS WEST FALLS |AVENUE BaUismorc, SSd EEFEPvTO ,I3.3ItS CUKTIN & BLANCHARD, BELLEFONTE, PA. Oct. 1. jSoS—1y.; . .. , . • u 4 • O . » ' ¦ N i l

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

MEYERS & MC'DEYIT W3 2B5^.&sSai,©*Bsa2B. eafV-.^ffaW Liquor Dealers & Rectifiers P¥o. £©1 fiifocrly Sfrcef., JPlTXSfHJfiSCilff Oct. 8th, 1858.—tf. . ..

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

A CARD PlflLADKLPIIIA, Pa-TEIE uiiderstjned, the Founder and iiuidisher of VAN CiVTltTb' Counteifeii Ltutector desirous of retiring from this branch of busint.-s, has merged that old established work in the popular litiik Nolo liepoiicr of Imlay G Uii-kiicll. ijnviiig published Vun Court's Lielcctor since 1B39, the undersigned reluctantly pans with his old friends and suoscriours.bui this reluctance is lessened, by the conviction ihat in Imlay <$• Bit-knell's Bank Piole Heporter they will receive a work that matches the times. J. VAN COUltT. i* Jiiddel jinia, Dec-, 20, 1858. ft ©lice . .- '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

All Subscriptions to UiuA V if BlCKMELL'tfJi BASS ROTE BEPO&'PSS -'-" are Payable ssr;ipulonsly in adnce. This i' the oidcsi L- r.K Note publication in the world. For thir • -ong years it has maintained an unsullied "uialion, and" continues to be the necessary ( ompanion of all business people over the whole continent of America. THE COINS OF THE WORLD! . Now in Press by Imlay it Bicknell, will be given to all old and now subscribers. Ail Coin Chans, Cuidvs ami Manuals, as compared with this, may be cousideied waste paper. TLCltiiS: To ihe Semi Monihlv, §1.50 pcrnnnam. Monthly' . 1.00 Single Conies at the Counter, Itl Cents. Mailed. 12 •• Address 'IMLAY &. BICKNELL, Box 1100, Post Oi£ce, Phi'ad'a, Pa., Jan. XI, '59. npELEGRAPH MESSAGES seat to all j parts of the t'nited States and Canadas, Of-<Bce at the Drug fc'iore of. " B eteeOMfi Key. 5,. ^: "F P GRIi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

v.- Prom the Phil id l,jfiit Pre?-! HA €!Inncc at Belfcfosalc, Bellefonte, the capital of Centre county, must, be as delightful a place to live in, in.geniar ^ reather, as any in this vast State. We visited it only a week ago, when it was slightly frost-bitten, and were struck with the peculiar beautyr,;of its situation, and the intelligence, sociability, and hospitality of its inhabitants. As regards Yfcni—there is good cause for it. They consi^principally of the descendants of the early dwel? lerp, who live together, in good companionship, as their forefathers did. Much of this old &tock remains. Politics make no social differences among them. Moreover, the bar of Centre county has long ranked among the most able in the State. Bellef mf.e has ;dso supplied the bench with sonic powerful men. Am ng these we may name Judge Hl'Ston, of the Supreme C;'urt, (father in-hw of t! at clear-headed man, Judge Half, newly elected member of Congress,) and Jadge Burnside, who sat sev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

The Assgels' 'Wiafspea's. The angels' whispers! -We think wo hear them in our dreams, as they whisper to us of a home on high, where bright spirit-! will guard us from all dangers. And they come to us in the night winds as they whistle round our dwelling. 6ut when we aro lying on a bed of sickrtess, we seerri to hear them whisper words of comfort, iri softlyspoken accents, that sound like. the-sweoS music'of some distant harp. But now let us gaze upon a scene, where they are hovering near. Far in - the distance a light may bo, seen glimmering through the trecsj let us now look in at tha open cr.sement. There, by the light if a single lamp, sits a youth :. he looks as though ho might have numbered eighteen summers. He is bendins over a table. writing; his dark brown hair, droops over his beautiful forehead in clustering curls, a smile is wreathing his lips. The pen drops from his fingers for a moment, and he is thinking of the past;how; he used to play in [the greeu fields when ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

—J. T- Stone md Charles Buckman, farmers living at Bridge creek, Michigan, have, in three months, trapped and killed thirty-two -bears, devoting only one day in four to. hunting. The steamer Norfolk, caught fire or Ftiday night., and was burnedtp the water's ed"e. All efforts to extinguish the firo proved unavailing, A clergyman, named Custis and one af the colored stewards r'erished. The North Carolina was a first class steamer, and was insured for ¥30,. t,00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

WfaMx&lWuW BELLEFONTE, PA Friday Morning, Feb. ll 1S59

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

t3P*TI e severe illness of Mr. Kurtz and tone of oar boys, Compels us to leave unfinished a la-ge amount of work, and also postpone the publication of the Auditors Account. Our re.ulcrs vtik be patient with us under these circumstances—and-in a few weeks we will make ample amends for the present appearace of t le Central Press. tWW' e are indebted to Simon Cameron and Stephen A Dongas, of the U. S. Senate, Arid Allison White of the House, for Congressional documents. Also to Andrew Gregg and William R. Barlow, for legislative documents. Deferred JLegisIationV The action of the majority in the United fciates Senate, refusing to legislate on the subject of a Tariff] is regarded by the party organs bf {hose Senators as not hostile to the permanent success of American labor. It is firguSil tibw thai it will require another year to" determine how high the rates should be raised, and "with this arrangement the laboring masses of the country are expected lo for.sole themselves throug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

fc^Our friend Bineline the Harrisburg Sentinel has done Mr. Burrell full justice, just what we expected he would do—and for all the rest that his coirespondenl from ibis county, "Rural," may write in regard to the Central Press or its editors, we are perfectly unconcerned. He is loo well known to excite any emolion in us but contempt, and a slight regret that so clever a fellow as Charley Hineline should bfe imposed upon by so no orious a scribbling braggart.' Make a note of this paragraph, Charley, so that when you have discovered that you have been deceived, as others have been deceived, you will give us ihe.credit of warning JnU in lime to have saved yourself. l:Rural" is. en appropriate cognomen for such a correspondent, because as he ruralizes he can pilfer whole paragraphs from, the local columns of ihe Bellefonte press and palm them off onjthe Sentinel as letters fiom Centre county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

EF*We notice that the press of Pennslvania are begining to acknowledge the "sell" on the "Mount Vernon Papers," published in the New York Ledger. These Same gentlemen, now so dreadfully disappointed were willing to lend their columns to Mr. Bontior, the publisher of ihe Ledger, that he might puff his humbug, and procure aa many subscribers lo his sheet as possible, before the Mount Vernon papers appeared. They had no patience—could not wait, to read and judge for themselves. The Lancaster Daily Evening Express was the only exception, we believe to this business of puffing. Geist not only refused ]he ''complimentory,'' but denounced the arrangement in the same terms lhat it is now devoured by those who have been humbugged, as a disgrace lo the Mount Vernon Association, an insult lo the intelligence of the, people, and a most wanton degradation of .the talents and education of Edward Everett.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

EPThe Columbia Coal and Iron Company's mines, the McCauley's Mountein Coal tracts, connect wilh the Catawsissa Railroad about ten miles from Catawissa, or twenty miles from Danville. Their shipment in 1S58 amounted to upwards of 16,000 tons.. There was • Shipped North - . 12.234 Ions. " South, 4,073 "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

6®-Alfred A. Burnham, Lieutenant Gov ernor of Connecticut in.'1857, and Speaker of the House of Representatives in 1858, has been nominated by the Republicans of the Third Congressional district of Connecticut as their candidate for Congress, to succeed Sidney Dean, ihe present incumbent. (Sir We have received a note from an. intelligent" German friend, who objects to an article in the Press, a few weeks since, in which' we refer to ihe revolutionary spirit in Europe. The writer is of the opinion that the priesthood in Europe have not that influence which we accorded to them, and declares that Protestantism is in ihe preponderance in political influence. We have no desire for entering into" a discussion of this subject wilh our correspondent, only to assure him that he is egregiously wrong. He is wrong in his figures andhisdeductions-"*»nd so far as ielates to the mere strength of parties protestantism istoo far below the average; of European powers even to be rated in a conte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

EST The grossest frauds, in'connection with the Oregon and Washington War Debt, have been brought to light by the House Committee on Military Affairs, through the efforts of Mr. Faulkner, of Virginia, the Chairman. The whole debt, as reported by the Government agents, is about §6,000,000, of which the Committee assert that not more than about on* million is justly due. Some of the charges by which this difference is made are most outrageous. Pistols are charged al S55 each; muskets at $125; oats at $5 a buslH,-hay at $120 a ton, and other things in "proportion. At the last session of Congress, when the debt was first brought lo ihe notice otfhe Committee, the War Department recommended iis payment, but Mr. Faulkner caused action in the matter to -be deferred, in order that it might be fully investigated.-By.-this delay and investigation, the somewhat considerable sum of from four to five millions will be saved lo the Treasury.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

The Secretary of ihe Treasury, in answer to a resolution of inquiry by the House, replies, that in his opinion the receipts into the Treasury, under lbe present revenue laws will not meet the requirements of thegovernment. He recommends a modification of the tariff in accordance with the views of his an-< nual report, and lhat letter postage .be raised to 5 cents. He also recommends thfre-issae of Treasury notes for One or two years. ES^The number of dealhs in Philadelphia last- week, was 191, a decrease of six from ihe week previous,-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

Pennsylvania Senators. Occasionally, in the Senate of the United Stales, rich scenes occur,, by the. rampant spirit of Senator Bigler, who deems himsed the especial champion cf the administration. He allows no Senator to refer lo Mr. Buchanan, or to review his actions, unless it is done in fulsome praise, or sickly commendation. In'this, however, he is sometimes disappoint, ed.' Senator Cameron a few days since, presented a series of resolutions from the Legisto rof Pennsylvania, and in doing so, referred to .the course of lbe President-on the subject of the tariff. He was satisfied with the rec ommendation of the Executors, bul he was not altogether satisfied with .the actions of the administration. This remark excited Bigler, w,ho at once discovered the bugabo in the distance, and he declared that he would not keep his seat and hear the motives of the President impugned. Senator Cameron, after this declaration, thus whittles Bigler to a fine point: It would seem to roe, Mr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

SSPThe lesson taught by the revulsion of 1857, says the Pittsburg Dispatch, is already partially forgotten, and we seern to be on the eve of another era of wild speculation, the abundance of money in all the eastern cities contributing lo its promotion. The imports of last week at New York afford clear evidence of this, as will be seen by the followT it;g comparison: Forthcv.ee"*. 1857. 1858. '"" 1859 Dry Good. $2,520,961 $569,225 S3 983 005 Gen'IMdr. 1,021,50,1' 771,-735 2.321,254 Total " $3,545,462 §1,340,960 fb\244.859 Previous!, rep'd 7.563.219 3.744.684 ' 5,603,049 Since Jan. 1. 511,108,811 83,744,614 $il,847,908 We were on the lop of the speculative wave at (his time two years ago, and-yet it will be seen that our imports this ye'ar are ahead even of that reckless year, notwithstanding the present depressed condition of trade everywhere throughout the country. It would.be idle, we suppose, to utter a voice of warning against such inconsiderateness; lbe utmost that can be d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 11 February 1859

S&'On the first instant the House of Rep. resenlalives adopted, by a vole of 120 to7ej a Homestead Bill. It gives, free of cost, to every head of a family,, to every citizen who has arrived at tha age of twenty one years, and lo every foreigner who has landed upon our shores and. declared his intention of becoming a citizen, one-quarter section or one hundred and sixly acres of vacant and tinappropriated public lands, and that all ]am]s thus acquired "shall in no event become iia ble lo the satisfaction of any'debt or debts contracted prior to-the issuing the patent therefor." If this bill should be favorably acted upon by the Senate, (wh/ch is somewhat doubtful, however.) every citizen will have an opportunity of improving his fortune's ¦ and. providing a eomfortable home for his family, if he-has but means enough to remove to those localities where the public iands have not been appropriated, and is industrious enough to make a fait struggle for a livelihood.

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