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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

GF* We are an ambitious people. The great Anglo-Saxon race is overrunning both hemispheres, and the time is not far distant when one language, one religion, and the same political laws will prevail throughout the world. Before all this is accomplished, however, many things -must be done, and ihe measure of more than one man's glory be filled to overflowing. God creates man, man creates nations, and out of nations grow the incidents which contribute glory and stimulate ambition. This'ambition is a singular attribute in man's character, in some men it being innate, and in others a weed of such a noxious character that it grows- without cultivation, and requires neither rain or sunshine for its nourishment. The ambition of-the politician is of Ibis description—an easy, accommodating ambition, which looks ;o elevation as the hope of glory and reward, without regard for the means by which it is acquired. Our amiable friend, Col. John T. Hoover, partakes of these characteristics, becaus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

AsjSkbsis for .Inebriates. We alluded lo the subject of Asylums for Inebriates several months since, and the subject continues to engross the public and the press. The Lancaster Express thus refers to an article-on the subject: "The subject of Asylums for the reformation of drunKards is attracting much attention throughout the country. The Cincinnati Gazette, one of the ablest and most influential journals in the west, had a very .able article the other day, which seems to have been' suggested by the establishmsntof such an institution at Binghampton/New York, and by the. recommendation of the Governor of Ohio for a like institution. It is not our purpose lo argue whether or not lhe Asylum system is one of the channels thiough which to reach the root of the evil of intemperance. Radical temperance men, who view the subject from the prohibitory stand point, are inclined to view such means as ineficient—arguing that so long as lhe sale of liquors as a beverage is legalized oy stat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

Thrilling Scene in a Church.—At the Madelene," in Paris, on Christmas Eve, the well known Abbe Bautaine preacher in the evening, and as he is one of the most eloquent- pulpit orators, as well as one of the most learned theologians of France, a very large' congregation assembled to hear him. Ascending the pulpit, he gave forth no test, but aftera_ pause cried in a sonorous voice, "A Saviour is born unto- us!" • He then repeated tbe cry and said : " My brethren, why do you not receive the glad tidings with an Halleluyah? Thereupon the who.le congregation stood up .and cried ".Halleluyah !" after which he proceeded to deliver his sermon. - gr^p Anr experienced correspondent of the Genesee Farmer writes :—" One of the greatest advantages of stock growing, _is the continual improvement of the soil. Lrnds in grass occasional'] v supplied with powdered gypsum, will not. Deteriorate in value, bufcontinued improving, unless the products are all removed. I have seen the whole area of cult...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

Editorial Conveaitson A convention, composed of the editors of the various newspapers of Pennsylvania, assembled in Harristurg, on Wednesday last, and continued in session two days. Morton M'Michael presided, aud the readers can have the objects of theconvention, from the following speech by that gentlemen : Gentlemen of the Editorial CoNt vention :—As the business topics which require your action will be presented to you, by a committee, to whom that duty has been specially designated, it is not necessary that I should occupy your time by any preliminary discussion of them. It is enough for me to say in this connection, that in the conclusions to which the Convention may come I shall cheerfully concur, and that I shall earnestly co-operate in my movements that may be deemed necessary for the accomplishment of whatever-may be resolved upon. I congratulate you, gentlemen, upon tbe full attendance which marks our present session. The profession in all parts of the Commonwealth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

LOCAL NEWS lEF*We believe we can conscientiously assert that we never penned a line knowingly, to wound the feelings, or injure the business of any man, during our long connection wnh newspapers; and when we penned the paragraph referring to the gas explosion in the basement of the Episcopal parsonage, we imagined we were only doing our duty as a faithful journalist. The Superintendent of the Gas Works differs with us, and took occasion to make 'n;a difforcnees known in that rude and insult. jng manner peculiar to men of his breeding, fie claims that he is not responsible f0j the accident, and the public, as well as ourselves, would like to know who is. The Board.of Direitors employed him pn recommendations as a"f»ithful,_practical and experienced mechanic, who assumed the control of the works, aware that the board was composed of inexperienced men, completely in hi i power, as were also the lives and property of the citizens using gag. His allegation that he has no chart of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

—A church for outcasts, exclusively, is about to be built at Cincinnati. —One of the most popular and successful lawyers at the New York Bar is about to 5tve up a large and lucrative profession and become a missionary to Japan. —John Neal says, " the eagle hns a e ;i)tempt for all other bird.--." "The owl, however, is more contemptuous still—he hoots at everything. —Louis Napoleon is now said to pos-<-n?s a navy that, in effective streugih, is not inferior to that of England, whose b ia=t it has alway- been to maintain the sovereignty of the seas. —The Detroit Free Press says that tbe girl Judson, whose strange marriaotfwiili t'.-i old negro has made much ta!k,"was divorced in Indiana the other day. It is probable that tbe public will now bear no more of this disagreeable affair. —The Michigan Democratic State Convention met yesterday at Detroit, and nominated Alpheus Felch for Chief Justice of the Supreme Court. The Republicans have nominated George Martin fur the same o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

I HE MRKETS. Reported for the Central Preis Bellefonte. Peb. 23. 1859 White Wheal, per bushel, SI 15 lo Si 25 R"d " " 1 12 to 1 15 Rye, ,: 50 Corn. '•' 55 Corn Ears, " 50 Oats, « S3 Prime Cloverseed, " 5 50 Barley, " - 55 Buckwheat, '' 50 Tallow, per pound, 15J Butler, " 20 Laid, " i2| Eggs, per doz, 15 Philadelphia, Feb, 7. Flour comes forward slowly and prices firm ; sales of 1000 bbls. at 5575 for superfine and S6 for extra; ihe demand, however, is quiet. Small sales of Rye Flour at §1.25 Corn-meal at S3 62. Wheat dull and prices favor buyers; small sales of Red at 81.40*1. 62 and While af Sl.62al.7S.- Uye sells a-90 cts. Forty thousand bushels of Pennsylt vania Oats sold lI 52a53 cts. Baltimore, Feb. 7 Flour is steady wilh sales of Ohio and Howard-st. at SJ5 00. Wheal is firm at Sl.40al.70 for White, and SI 30al.40for Red. Corn has advanced wilh sales of Yellow al 7Ga 78c. New York, Feb. 7. Flour is heavy wilh sales of 5000 bbls. Wheat is dull, and Corn ditto; mixed is nom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

LECTURE. npHE BELLEFONTE FENCIBLES take plea-J- sure in announcing to the public ihat the next lec'iire ot the course, will be delivered at the COURT ROOM in Bellefonte on Tuesday evening the 8th of March next, by their Captain Hon. A.G Cr/RTi.v. Tickets of admission can be prfcired al the Drug Store of F. P. Green and J. <£• J. Ikrris and at the Book Store of Geo Livingston or from any of the undersigned Committee al 25 rents each. , JAMES P. COBU1JN, H. P. HARRIS, W. W. MONTGOMERY. Comminee of Arrangements". Bellefonte, JVb 22d. 185?. Aadiloi-'s Notice. THE undersigned auditor, appointed by the Orplian's Court olCentrc, cc. to make couirilii ti< n of the moneys in ihe Initios of Joseph Baker, admini.slr.itor of Win. H. Baker, decc'ised, among those legally entitled thereto, will attend to the dunes of his appointment at his office in Bellefonte, on Monday ihe22d"il,'arch next, at 2'ocloek, P. M„ when uml where all persons interested arc-requested to attain ADAM I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

<Ks'esit EaditscesEiesal to CapitaHisis. 'plit-i Phoenix Company, having purchased what -L is known as the •¦Burnt Mill. Properly," near Bellciiiiite. would respectfully inviie lhe attention ol capitalists a nil business men to the great inducements this property offers fur investment It is situate al the termini of the Snnwshoe, lho Bellefonte Branch of the T\rnne and LtuJs Haven, and tho Tyrone and Clearfield Uailro,tds. and also at'the lerniinus of ihe Spring Creek and- Bald Eagle'navigation These railroads are rapidly progressing towards completion, and wjll afford a direct com titunii-alion with 'Philadelphia. New York nnd Pitubnrg. It possesses one o! the best water powers in Central Pennsylvania. From it? admirable location, aud surrounded by a country remarkably fertile in mineral and-agricnltnral resources, it oilers peculiar advantages for manufactories of all kinds. The mill sileisunsurpasfted in Ccntial Pennsylvania. In'addinon it possesses a'm-ple waier power, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

Bellefonte. Foundry AT ¦ - ¦J P R.I VA T E SALE! THE undersigned, proprietors of the Bellefonte Foundry, offer tint entire establishmmit, with l'txiures, sippk, Machinery. &c , at private sale The loumlry is in complete order, with two cupalos. one of wujpi is capable of miming a heat of from live to six tons. There is with the loundry a com plete set ol patterns for the machinerv of the ironworks and mills in the surronndinsr ,'ountry; awd beinc located at the'terminus of two railroads,offers superior inducements lor investment by practical mechanics. Attached lo the foundry is a machine shop, in complete older, wilh ihe "privilege of one of the besl water powers in the t-ouniyT Being the only machine shop in the neighborhood, the patronage alone can he made to yield a handsome income. Persons wishing to purchase, can view lhe premises and learn the terms ol sale, by apply-in* to JOS. D. HARRIS & CO. Bellefonte, Feb. 18,1859. [Lycoming Gazette please copy 4t ] i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

A. H. G. BROCKENJ 22 Cliff Street, Arew Pjr/c, JIAXtTFACTCItEa OF Slass Syringes, Hcaepathic ITials, G-raauated Measures, Kars-. iag- Bottles Slo. Glass Ware for Chemists, Druir^ists. Perfumers Photographers, etc. Green Glass Ware by the pack ge. A. liberal discount marie, to the trade. Orderin Country Druggists and Dealers solicited ce Lists sent on application. August 4. 1853.—3m V "TBae B3eB32-;*£5v»tIc.WSsig." ALL PERSONS knowing themselves indebted to the undersigned^ late publisher of the t.DernorT.i(ic Whig," cither for subscription, advertising or job work, and not desiring lo pay in, additional sum in the w.ly of costs, would do well lo call without delay and settle. All those interes led in this notice will find me at the Commissioners Office of Centre o»untv. JNO. T. JOHNSTON. Bollefonle., Feb 4lh'59— 3t. TN THE ORPHANS' COURT for th JL Counjy of Centre in the matter ofthe estate of Henry Gales, dee'd the Auditor appointed to re port distribution ofthe balance ofthe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

. FSSESM ARRIVAL OF FASHIONABLE DRV GOOD, . CUtOOEjftXES Ǥt HABZ5WAHS. TpflE subscriber has just received from Philadel-1- phia and New York a large and wtll selected stock of DRY GOODS and GRGCF.RIF.S . which he is dcte.mined to dispose of at pric^sto suit tho times. The lock embraces a full variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS. Mous. de Laincs, Cobuig, De Bege. Alpaca, Marine Plaids, French Marino, iJcviite Cloth. Wool.De Lams, Plaid Flannell for children. Sack Flannels atall prices, Wool and Cottoo Fl.innells, all colors. Bress UiiS of every varietv and color X=ABI3S FAS^OIT GOODS. Dress 1 ruiimings, Gloves Hosiery, Collats.' Capes, Headdresses, FALL SHAWLS & CLOTH CLOAKS ol tlm latest stjle. and al prices to suit the limes Muslins, Calicos and Lawn-t. Domestic and French Ginghams, and Ten-quarter Sheeting. A fiilKvaricty of CLOTHS and CASIMEHS, ofthe latest style and lowest cash prices CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. Overcoats, from $5 to SI5- Satin, Velvet, Plush, and Cloth vest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

DRUG & CHEMICAL STORE F. P.-GREEN. ¦¦- HAVING refitted and rep!en-*gg^§» ished ihe old established Dru» \jSs^ and Chemical Store, in Bellefonie, with fesjf a new and large assortment of Js|lI3& DRUGS.CHEMICALS, PERFUMEUY n AAD TOILET ARTICLES, Respectfully invites a coniinu.inee of the palronnoe which has heretofore acknowledged this establish incut as one of the best in the country. The ©pngs ass«t Medicines - are all selected from the best importing houses in iheeattern market, wilh. the greatest care as to purity and efficiency and avoiding as much as posiblojhe introduction of deletereouc nostrums. Special care is also taken to keep constantly o-. hand every variety of . Faisiis asul Chemicals suitable to the trade and market ofihis vicinity. FANCY TOILET ARTICLES, ', Cutlery of all descriptions, and the numerous nrtir. cles generally kept in a well conducted establish--ment. Jan. 28, 1S5J.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

D. MYDEN & CO. ITAVING refitted and enlarged the old A. established storeroom in Allegheny sirnt, opposite the Conrad'House. Bellefonte! respectfully inviie their friends and the public to examine their triemte and the public to examine their large and extensive stock of DRY GOOD?:. • GROCERIES, QUEEN'SVVARE, HARDWARE, FiSH and SALL. Very particular attention is invited to their .'large and .extensive selection of new style Ladies' JDress Soods, s.-.nsisting ol De.-Lalnes, filermos, Thibit Cloths, Cashmeres, Plaids, i&c.'&c.' Also a largo and general assonment of.Cloths Cassimers, Satlinelts, Jeans, Muslins, Ginghams. Chiuiges,.Flannel*. *c. SUPKRIOIl PHILADELPHIA GROCERIES of all kinds, Tho'above goods arc ofi'eied to the public at lhe veiy lowest Cash Prices. Bellefonte. Jan. 7th 1759.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

NEW GOODS! ' Bll?, GOODS AND GROCERIES. S, G. KMES &BBOTBUER, ITAVE just receivi'd a hr^e stock$i&/ ii-. of DVy Goods, Clothing and Groc- '^^ erics, which they are now opening at their old stand i he.stock consists in purt.of LA; I lis I'A.--«<:y i>«ESS GOODS,! composed of DeLaincs and Calicoes. Ginghams and Alpacas, Marine I'laids and French Merino, DevitioClmhs, and other choice articles of Ladies wear . CLOTHS AiVD CASIMERS in endless vaneiy, and at prices to suit customers. GROt^ERIK-S AND QUKICNSWARE. A ItiU and and well selected stock ofihese articles have just been opened, which they offer to the public at ihe mosi reasonable prices. BelJe/bnte. Oct. 22,1853. - tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

NEW FANCY GOODS; . mRfi. i§©uisBE€ii: HAS just received frooj. Philadelphia c well selected stnek of ,., FANCY DRESS GOOD®, which she oilers to her Iriends and lhe public al the most reasonable prices. The store is localed in the Iiuilding formerly kn lwn ns ihe Temperance Hole), where"she will be happy to see and ac ommouale her friends =-y A young lady of experience has been employed to nne i d lo tl.t b s of the establishment Br-Ileltin ( , Farmers & Stock Growers, CUMMINGS" CELEBRATED' FEE© GUTTEII, For cutting HAY, STRAW and CORNSTALKS, by hand or horse powerVdecidedly the best machine in use. JMo Farm-er or Stoclf-growef should be without nne Manufactured at the Lewisbur" Agricultural Works byJ.S Marsh & Co.,and warranted to give satisfaction. Call and get one Por sale by F..C. IIUM'ICS * BRO.. Feb. 4th,'59-3m. - Agents. NOTICB TO CONTRACTORS, SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by the Town Council'ofthe Borough ol'Bellelonte. at the Book-Store ol George Li...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

'Anditor's Notice. THE undersigned, an auditor appointed hy the Orphan's Court ofCentrc county lo as. certain who are the heirs of Susanna Haus, dee'd, r-ntnlcd to be paid lhe valuation money fixed by ihe inquest to make partition ofthe estate, and to distribute the said money now in the hands of Mary Normau.to and amongst tltose legallv entitled til receive the same, has appointed Saturday the 2Stb day of March next to attend to the said duty ai h<s office in Bellefonte. Those interested are invited t0 £U ,e in r' r.u., . > R:y- DURHAM. Bellefonte, Feb. 4th. u9.—li. Auditor. Wllolcsale &Heai t Cheap Boot and Shoe Store BELLEFONTE, CENTRE COU.N'TV, FEXn'a. T. F. BSOALICII RESPECTFULLY informs tho publie, and his old friends and coslumers, that he has just opened one of the liraest stocks of Boots and Shoes ever presented to lhe people of Centre Bounty. Hi's slock wss selected by himself, und he is conlident from his knowledge and his practical experienc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

/ A CABS.© tVom Br.James in. Jars-etS, of thelSKW YOliK LUNG / INF1KMAKY.—My (Oaneclion forilic past tight j years with the above Institution, as Chief Pb)si 1 cian, and a twelve years'course nl sleady devotion o the cute of Pulmonary Consumption and its kin-Ired diseases, together with.my unrivalled opportuaities and advantages of pathological research—aided, nol a little by a perfect system of Medial whalalion—has enabled me to arrive at a decisive, direct, and successful course of treatment for the positive and radical cure of ail the diseases 6f the Throat, Lungs, and Air-Passages. By Inhalation, the vapor and curative properties of medicines are directly addressed to the diseased organs and the integument. I do not advise lhe use of Medical Inhalaiion of any fcintf, to th'e exefu'sio'n of general troatmenl;and alihoug-h 1 consider st a useful adjuvant in lhe proper management of those fearlul aud often fjial diseases, yet 1 deem it very necessary that each patient should have...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

J:nst OpeaiBsrsr^ fWO. LIVINGS! ON, M .Sfuellefonte \ _A Book store, is just opening a lar^e and well selected assortment of books, :nnon» "which " is a ^H,n ,ild Jt't ,-,?rclegil''ll.v bound' BOOKS aud ALBUMS, for Christmas and. New Year Gifts Pictorial "Brother Jonathan's" also for sale. Dee. IS, i<8. GEO. L! V!NCSTON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 25 February 1859

TOWft'EK & STEEL HAVE just recoiled, direct from New York and Philadelphia, and are now opening, i-lv largest and best selected slock of goodn ever p esenled to t: e people of Centre County.-The st t-co.ii-.iise- an endless variety.of L^lMlS ©IBIISS ©©©©eia nl'the latest style, quality and prices. Also, an aa soriaicnl of £E>HZ^ C^CDC©I23$^3. ¦ composed of C5o«Is§. ClaslQfier.< satajse^fs, &c &c. &e The stock of reacly made clothing is such aqi|ia» suit all taslcs, and at prites lower than can w purchased (Isewhcre. Particular attention is requested to the amount of FKESH AERIVllj-©F B^'S" d'30.Z»S. GKOCEIlIBSi S2AS.SWAS.3. &c. &c. HARDWARE new offered tor sale, and the trade will find it to I heir interest lo examine this stock before purchasing elsewhere QUISENSWARE. GROCERIES. FISH, SALT, &c. &c. &c. &c. Sid full sttpplv, w-hich will be disposed of in tpiuuti. ¦P5 io s'tii purchase...

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