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

BrWifeon McCantiless has been appointed Judge of the Supreme Coorl, in place of Judge Irwin, resigned. Mr. McCandleis is a gemlema. of cot.siderable reputation and a sound jurist. His -appointment is of course on his political merits, but we have every reason to believe that he wiil make an excellent judge. ^Our old. friend Captain Sanderson has been elected Mayor of Lancaster city, by a small majority.

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

From Washington The news from Washington is nol of a very important character. The bill granting public lands to agricultural colleges has been passed in the Senate, wilh some slight amendments-Mr Forsyth has resigned as minister to Mexico. The Democratic members of the House were in caucus a few days since, at which a great many subjects were discussed, but no business of importance'transacted. Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connection! and California were not represented in the caucus-The Democratic members of the Pennsylvania delegation were also in caucus, and passed the following resolutions : First. Opposition to the increase of the permanent national debt. Second. Endorsing the President's recommendation for specific duties. Third. Repudiating the acts and proceed ings of the democratic-caucus, and appointing a committee of three lo take steps for Ihe united action with other democrats who approve of ihe positio'n they have assumed. All ihe Pennsylvania democrats were pres...

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

EFSir Waller Scott once declared that the fallowing four lines, by Robert Burns, w ere worlh a thousand romances. There sfe more people, than Sir Walter, who can find melancholy truth in their reading—and yet the poet was little thinking of the chords Ihey would touch in thousands of hearts, when he penned them: Had we never lov'd sae kindly—Had we never lov'd sae blindly— -' Never met—or never parted—fWe had ne'er been broken-hearted. 5rKansas and Oregon are our children, and are asking to be admitted into the united family, bnt we are trying to get Cuba, a stranger, in preference to our own flesh and blood. B@*The Lackawanna & Bloomsburg Railroad coal business for 1858 amounted to 211,000 tons. It may be expected to exceed that amount fifty, if not a hundred per cent, this year.-

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

GENERAL NEWS —St Louis, February 5. Despatches from-Springfield say that the loss to-the State by the recently discovered frauds in canal- checks, will amount to two hundred and ten thousand dollars. Mr. Matteson has written to the Senate Committee calling for a full investigation, and asks that suit be instituted against him in the Circuit JfJourti The HepuUican publishes a letter from Salt Lake dated -the fourteenth, stating that Judges Sinclair*'and Cradbaugh will leave the Territory next Spring, satisfied that their presence rfs federal officers, in administering the laws, is merely farcical. —A "Liquor Law" has pas?ed the Indiana House, fixing licenses at from $50 to S1,000, at the discretion of the County Commissioners j assessing a fine nol lers than §5 nor more than $50 for every instance of selling liquor without "license; prohibiting selling oa the Sabbath, or on any State, county, town, township or municipal election day, where the same may be held j prohibiting.the...

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

LOCAL NEWS ¦ frCpAt a meeting of the Bar and Officer* of the Court of Centre county, on Saturday evening ;iast, James iMacmanus was called to preside, and James A Beaver appointed .secretary, The Chairman then announced the death of David C. Boal, a member of the Belle-. font Bar. James H. Rankin moved the appointment of a committee on resolutions. The Chairman then appointed James H» Rankin, Samuel Linn, and John Hoffer, a committee to draft resolutions appropriate to the occasion. The committee reported the following resolutions, which were unanimously »- dopted: 1st- That the members of this Bar and officers of this Court, have heard with ui« feigned regret and deep sorrow of the death of our brother in the profession, David 0, Boal, Esq. 2d. That as a husband and a father ha was kind and affectionate—his attachment strong and fervent. 3d. That as a member of society tho feelings of a warm and generous heart wera at all times, exhibited in hi< acts, and his friends...

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

—A sad accident occurred at Niagara Falls on Saturday last. An adopted so* of Mr. Gibbs, foreman of the paper mills accidentally fell into the river and was carried over the American Fall. We understand that the lad was on the ice, near the mills, where men had been running tha drift ice, from the flurie, and accidentally fell into the swift, stream. He was not seen to fall, but was seen some distance down the river, in the rapids, when beyond the reach of human aid, and speedily passed over, of course to riso no more aljye. The child was twelve yt-ars old, and a lad of much promise, beloved by his adopted parents and all who knew him. The calamity caused much sensation at the villao-g where it occurred. —The number of deaths in Philadelphia last week was 197, exactly the same number as the.wee1 * previous,.

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

THE MARKETS., Reported for the Central Press .:, Bellefonte. Feb. 7. 1859 White Wheat, per bushel, ' $1,25a],50. Rye .. " _ ' 63 Corn. -' . , 62 Corn Ears, " 50 Oais, ... >• 33 Prime Clo.vcrseed.- " 475 Barley, ? ". ¦ - Buckwheat. " 56 Tallow, per pound, 12 Butter, " ' 20 Lard, " . 10 Beef, ';««-.. fj Pork, — 5 Eggs, per doz. 151 Philadelphia, Feb, 7. Flour comes forward slowly and prices firm ; sales of. 1000 bbls. at S5.75 for superfine and S6 tor extra; "the demand, however, is quiet. Small sales of Rye Flour at $-1 and Corn-meal at S3 50 Wheat dull and prices favor buyers; small sales of Red at S1.37al.-41 and White at Sl.55al.62. Rye sells at 85 els. Forty- thousand bushels of Pennsylvania Oats sold ut 51 c's. New York, Feb. 7. Flour is heavy wilh sales of 5000 bbl-Wheat is dull, and Corn ditto; mixed is nominally wanted at 81a86c, and Yellow sells 80c. Bai/toiouf,. Feb. 7 Flour is steady with sales of Ohio and Howard-st. at $5.75. Wheat is firm at SI.40al.70 for Whi...

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

MARRIAGES At Tyrone, Pa , on the 3rd inst.. by the Rev. R. VV Black, Mr. GF.nr.GE B. Ettixger, formerly of Aaronsburg, and Miss Annie A. Davidson, ol Tyrone. f We received the above announcement as calmly as circumstances would permit—and being composed as we write, we can give the happy bride and groom our unfeigned wishes for future welfare.®We do nol know whom to congratulate most—bride or groom as both have cause to congratulate each other in a union which Hymen crowns with genial tempers and holy love. To each, may the realization of the future, be ihe performance of life's noblest duties, and the (lis. pensation of peace and comfort to each other.] On the 3rd. inst., by the Rev. John Tonner, Mr. George Maltern and Lydia Shivery, bothofPatton township Centre county.

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

DEATHS In Millhciui, on ihe 3rd inst., James, son of William C. and Mary J. Duncan, aged one year and eight months. [Earth's sweetest attractions consist in the children of our love—and gently as their first footsteps are guided, few think h'ow siight a breath may blow them from our pres. ence. Children are only the emblems of a purer and holier condition of our natures—that condition they retain even afier their translation from earth lo heaven. The fond parents of the child just bursting into boyhood, whose death we record, should think i ^ /oT~this "now—and in their fondest dreams heretofore, for the worldly career of their child, their conceptions fell far short of the reality of that career which is reserved in Heaven for those tha! die while yet unstained by the world's sin: He is a blessed angel, His home is in the sky, He shines among those living lights, Beneath his Maker's eye. A freshly gathered lily, A bud _of early doom . Has been transplanted from the earth, Toblco...

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

CENTRAL FK.S^S CARB&POSTEB PRINTING- OFFICE. The- publishers of the Central Press respect fully announce lo their Iriends and the public that" they are now prepared lo execute all kinds of "~~ PlaAIN & 2fr&SK?S -J-0B* PRMT1N6 in a style and prices to compete with any establishment in the State of Pennsylvania. Posters, FansplJlets, Paper Books. Virtiatfars And blanks of all descriptions executed in the most finished manner. | 1mm mmtv\tt> SUCH AS VISITING CARDS,! ASSEMBLY TICKETS, PROFESSIONAL CARDS, INVITATION CIRCULARS is a branch of the business which'is ••ntirelv under '.he charge of the junior pubmlrol lbe TRESS 30B PESNTING O?- FICE In this he fearlessly challenges a,l competition, either for original design, neat"83 mTtE-IuAL FOR JOBBING L ig-Entirely flew. _ i^il'iESwiS: ~ "5. A. BEAVER. M'ALLISTER & BEAVER, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BELLEFONTE, PA. Feb. llth,185n--ly. _ _^__—— EJ. G. IRVI.N. PRACTICAL SURVEYOR, P- OAK- HA-LS MILLS, PA. ' W...

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

BE€rUIi'ATIOi¥8 "BULBS A.IW* THE BELLEFONTE GAS GOMMY ADOPTED BY BOARD OF DIRECTORS, AUG. 8,1856 [[PuBtisnED By Reuqest-] 1. All applications for-a supply of Gas must be made in writing io the Superintendent or other authorized agent of the Company, accompanied by a.paper of the following purpoit, signed by the owner of the premises, viz: I hereby consent that Gas maybe introduced into the premises on street, now occupied by ., of which I am theVwner; and in default of payment for the Gas consumed in said premises, I also consent that the flow of Gas shall be stopped until the bill be paid.' The applicant must also sign the regulations, and state the probable number of burners that may be n quired. 2. Gas will be supplied by the meter, or by special contract in wilting; and should the meters be found defective, they will be immediately changed. In case of their ceasing lo register the quantity of Gas consumed, the account will be made by the average of another meter, or by...

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

Size of Tubing I Greatest length allowed Greatest No: of Burners i Inch. 6 Feet g "• 20 " I » ¦ 30 " 4 « 40 " " 50 " 1 « 70 " H " 100 " 1$ «¦ 150 " 2 '«• 200 " 1 Burner, 3 Burners 6 »« * 12 « 20 <{ 35 " 60 "' 100 " ¦ 200 " It is advised thai consumers give immediate notice at the office if any escape ot Gas be discovered, as no deduction will be made from the bills rendered for Gas passing through the meicr. They nfe also desired lo notify the. Company as early in Ihe day as possible of any deficiency of lights, thai the evil may be remedied without delay. The Company recommend that piop r attention be given lo regulating the height of the flame, on which deperrds the quantity of Gas consumed.- By raising the Same to a moderate height, the most perfect combustion and brightest light are obtained ^ and the use of the Gas is thus rendered bolh pleasant and economical—being entirely free from smoke or ihe leas: unpleasant smell. The burners should also be kept free fro...

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

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. SEALED PROPOSALS will he received by the Town Council of the Boroagfr of Bellefonte. at the Book Store ol George Livingstons £sq,-Bi. to Saturday the 19lh of February, insl, lor bondin<r a stone Bridgedver SpringCreek on High street in" siid Borough, the plan and specifications of which can be" seen al the above named place. Bids mast be made at a price per perch for masonry, and al a price per yasd lor embankment, Rv order of i he Town Council, DAVID MITCHELL, Pres't. At'est— Jno, T Johnston, Sec'r, Bollefbnie. i:"eb, 9th. 1859—-2t. - TrTTHE ORPHANS' COURT for the S County of Centre in the ruauer of the estate of Henry Gates, dee'd ihe Auditor appmnied to report dislriblilion of the balance of the fund in Court due secondary heirs, will meet ihe partiesi lnteiestcd1 therein at his .office in BellololUe on Saturday the fifih day of'March next, al 1 o'clock P, M. when a„d where all-persons are requested to present their .aims or be debarred J*" . ^^ ...

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

Vaienf siaes! Valentines I A large and splendid assortment of Valleniinesjirit received a-nd for sale at liet Bellefonte Uooksiore, by Feb 4th. '59. GKOvUVCWGSTOrV. GRAIN S GRAIN.! , CASH paid for all kinds of grain, at the market price, 6y Oct 32, '58. E. C. HUMES & BROTHER. mSrOIDERIES, needle-worked Ooi lars, Velvet Trimmings, Cb'nelle Floss Zephyrs Shetland Wool &c lor sale at v CIIAS. McBRlDE. GUM OVERCOATS and PANTS, for sale at CtlAS. McClUC C! KATES of a superior quality f j sale k3 at C'fJAS.McBRI PR'S. ARRIAGE, Buggy, Sleigh and Riding Whips for salfl. CHAS. McBRIDEi

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

Farmers &.3iock Growers CU3IMINGS* CELEBRATED ' FEED CUTTER, i For cutting HAY; ST-RAW and CORNSTALKS, by hand or horse power, decidedly the best machinr in use. .No Farmer or Sloclt-srower should h> without one; Miinuficinred aliho Luwisbiir"; Ap ricuiiur.il Works byJ.S Marsh & Co.,and warr;m ted fo.give-satisfaction. Call a.nd net one. Fbi sale by E.C. UUMES4- BRO.. Feb. 4th,'59.—3m. -. Agents.

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

"The Democratic Whig." ALL PERSONS knowing themselves indebted to the undersigned, lale publisher of llie.'.Democratic Whig," cither for subscription', adveriieihg-orjob work, and not desiring to pay an additional sum in the way of costs, would do well to call without delay and settle. All those interes ted in this nntiee will find me althe Commissioners Office of Centre county. JNO-T. JOHNSTON. Bollcfonift, Feb 4th '59 —3t. Auditor's Notice* THE undersigned, an auditor appointed by the Orphan's Courl ofG.enlre county lo ascertain who are the heirs of- Susanna , [laus, dee'd, onlitlt d to be paid the' valuation money fixed by ihe inqncsl to. make parlition of the estate, and to,disr iribute the said money now in the hands of Mary :\orman to and amongst those' legally' entitle! to receive Ihe s.-tuie, has appointed S.alurday the 2iith rtny of March next to attend lo die said duty at h-s office in Bellefonte. Those interested are invited to attend. U. G. DURHAM, Bellefonte. Feb. 4...

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

PROG & CHEMICAL STORE, F. P. GREEN. TTAVING refitted and replen-ggp^L £-!L ished ihe old established Dnur. ^8^=^? ami Chemical Store, in Ucllcrbnie, wilh kS|£ a «pw and larire assortment of faptOa MUGS, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY AA'D TOILET ARTICLES,-RespeeVlully invites a coin inu:i nee of the paironnge which has heretofore acknowledged this-eslablish merit as one of the best ill the country. The S>2'*3gs and JTIediciRses are alt selected from the best importing houses ill the eattern market, with llie greatest care as to imritv and efii:iency and avoiding as much as posible ihe introduction of deletereouc nostrums. Special caie is also taken to keep constantly on hand every variety of Palufs and Chemicals suitable to ihe trade and market of this vicinity, FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, Ouilei-y of all doaerptiuns, ami the numerous nrti. cl"3 •rr-mral'lY kept in a well condiSc-d establish mmr ' Jan.28. 1WJ. __-

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

- feS©¥S351 Sc B3M£E2S'§ C-KLEBUATED EAMiLY SEWIN6 MACHINES 495 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. & WEW'STYLE.—Price $o©. This machine sews from two spools, as purchased I'r3:n the store, reqinriii!; no rewinding of thread; ii'Hcmo, Fe'is, Gathers, rind Stitches in a superior style, finishing e:ich seam-by its own operation, without recourse to the hand needle, as is required by other machines. It will do better and eheapersewinsr. than a se unstress can. e'ven if she works for one cknt an'hour.. Sknii for. A Circur.*ri. DANIKLIRVIN. Agent - Jan. 2S. 59.—3m. Flemintr. Centre Co. Pa.

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

IfS,WW .H4l%l ll %M D. LEYJ1EN& CO. HAVING refitted aud enlarged the old . established storeroom in Allegheny sir'fit, opnosite rhe Oonr.id House. Bellefonce, respectfully inviia their friends and the public lo examine their friends and the public to examine Iheir Urge and extensive.stock of DRY GOODS. GiiOCKli'KS, QUKENSWAKE, HARDWARE. . FISH ami SALL. Very particular attention is invited to iheir large mil extensive seteoion of new slyle toadies' f»res§ ffiroods, . consisting ol De Jviluns, Merinos, Tliihit Cloths, Cashmeres, Plaids, &a. &e. Also a large and gen~ eral assortment ot Ciot'ia Cassjrhers, &Htinetts, Jeans, Muslins. Ciiialiams. Chintgns, flannels. &C. SUPKJliOR I'UIC VDE.LI'1-ILUGROCERIES of all kinds. Thn above goods are olfeicd lo ihe public, m the veiy lowest (/'ash Trices. Bsllel'oute. .fan. 7th 175V).

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

j^otsc®. Letters of Admiuislraiion li-«ve been granted to the subscribers on the Kshito of ririce C. Brisbin, lale of Poller township, dee'd. Ail persons knowing themselves indebted io said estate, will please m-tke immediate payment, and those having claims will present ihem dulv authenticated for seiil«irient " DAVID RlUSf.tN, WM.'J. BIUSBIN. Am, 28, 185")—St. Administrators. ATTENSION, PEWK's VALLEY ©ASSETS! rT^he rueinbers of the Company will meet j. for drill and parade, fully equipped, on the 22d of Febfilary noil, in Boalsbufg. By orjer of the Captain. . . Jan. 23. '59. Iv WOLF. O. &. A., H. C. BROCKEN, 22 Cliff Street, Nate York, MANtlFACTDIlKli. OF G-Iass Syriagas, Honuspath&s Vials, Graduated Treasures* Kurs- . ing Bottles fee. Glass Were for Chemists, Druguisis. Perfumers Photographers, etc. Green Glass "iVnre by the pack "O. A liberal discount made lo llie trade. Orders a in Country Druggists and Dealers solicited ' i ce Lists sent on application. A...

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