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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Useful Maxims.—Begin life: with ,tho; least show and the least, expense pogsiole : you may at., pleasure increase both :'. you cannot easily diminish them. Do notthinif your estate your own w.hile any man can' call upon you for money and' you cannot' pay; therefore beg'fn with timorous parsimony. Let it be your first care not. to ha in any man's debt. Kesolve not to..bo' poor—whatever you have, speridless. Pov--erty is a great enemy to human happiness; it certainly destroys liberty and make.i some virtues impracticable and others es-^ tremely difficult.. IC?* The delicafe and interesting operation of fransf.rring blood from one person lo another has been performed successfully by Dr. Wheatcraft, an English surgeori' , in the case of a female patient. When'appirently- expiring from Joss of blood, two pounds were-transferred from her husbands veins with the most favorable-result." In a few', minutes the current of life, began to flow/tfie cirdulatiori was re-established, and the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Business SHratorg, DRS. SMITH, WILLIAMS & KING, DENTAL ^S SUR8E0HS §. East Corner of ttoc Da&mond, Two Doors above "Franklin House," Bellefonte, l'a

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

BELLEFONTE, CENTRE GO., PA. FRIMKOCTOBER S 185KI

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

CLOTHING!. CLOTHLNG . J. MONTSOMEPtY & SON EESPECTFDLLY .inform- the- citizens of Bellefonte and the surrounding country, that they haveremoved theirNew and Cheap Clothing Estahlish'tnent to the room formerly occupied by Wm.J. Kealsh, at the south end of Brokcrhoffs Row, where they will keep constantly on hand as "argc, bealitifuTand cheap an assortment of . fSeatiy-fffade Clollaisag ashas ever been brought to this place. The assortment'now opened is expressly adapted to FAI.l, AN» WINTBR. WEAR! and comprises all kinds of goods of the very latest styles. They would alsoinl'orm the-publiethatthey have just received from the Eastern markets a very large arip superior assortmsrtl of Clotlis, Cassimeres and Testings, of the Fall and Winter Styles, which will be ir.ade.up to order, on short notice, by experienced hands, their superior l:u:ililiesenabli!u; them to get up an ENTIRE SUIT IN ONE DAYe iKTCall and. see Ihe New Goods—they Willbg sure to please, in style, quality, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

WAE-L PAPER—A large and well assorted stock of Wall Paper on hand, at the Store of TONNER & STEEL. Ucllefonte. Aiigust4,1818.. C -tLOTUS, CAS.SIMii.RES AND SATINETS, J just received and for sale, cheap, at Cheapsidc f-'iorc. ly Sen. 17, W, A. THOMAS, Jr., & CO,-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

TO CORRESPONDENTS (J zr.R—We compile, as near as our resources will perm;', -i list of comets now visible If you have «r can procure a volume of Newton's Pi i.ncipae, you can inform yourself in relation to lliese Astronomical phenomena. Tne comets visible aret Donalis—In the constellation of Ursa Major: Rises—3u lPm.a. m., NE. by North. Sets—8n. 44m. p. m. NW. by North- Encke's—In the coneiellation of Cancer: Rises—lh.07m-a.m., NE, Sots—5h. 17m. p. m., NW. Tattle's—In the conutelhlion of Perseus This comet-has just come within-the circle of perpetual apparation. ^ and therefore does not set to us. It isip,the meridian, above the Pole, at 3h. 34m. in the'morning. Sectarian—Joseph Smith was the founder of Mornionism; and was born in the slate of New York. He started in his preaching by asserting that he had found two large copper-plates, by divice direction, on which were written the new commandments of the Lord. Smith was a brave man, and whether we regard him as a fanatic or a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Our Success. This is the sixth number of the Press, and considering ihe inauspicious circumstances under which we started, the falsehoods with which we were compelled to contend, and the secret slanders which we could hotreach in time to refute, we have reason to feel gratified with our success. The Press has been received by its readers with approbation—and we are proud to wrile, that the business man and mechanic, seem determined to support us in the effort to establish an independent political journal, with its columns fairly devoted to the interests of labor. The experiment is a new one—but the promises we now have induce us to believe that it will succeed. The mere partizan journal as it is conducted in Pennsylvania, has become nothing more than a vehicle of misrepresentation aud abuse, from the reading of which honest men begin-to turn with disgust. This fact renders a free press necessary, and to accomodate this emergency, we started the Press, conscious that if we 'jpont...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

f ^We listened reading the add.ess of John W. Forney, lately published in the Philadelphia Press, with, considerable attention and surprise, and, we are. able lo coroborate many of the statements which he makes. We can do this from a personal knowledge of the facts, after years of association with our kinsman—and we can also corroborate the statements as to the money which John W. Forney fairly squandered to maintain a position for James Buchanan among Philadelphia politicians. When our kinsman first took charge of the Pennsylvanian, Mr. Buchanan scarcely had a polit" ical friend in Philadelphia. The friends' of Dallas and Cass controlled every ward—they made their opposition to Buchanan almost a test of Democracy, and were as virulent in his personal abuse as they-are now fulsome in his praise. Great changes have taken place', cousin, since '48 ; and what would the lamented Frazer say now, if he were able to rise from the tomb. You'remember now, John, some of his predictions in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

©*We are indebted to Rev. John Moore, for a pamphlet copy of a sermon entitled Pieshyterianism : A Principle and a Vitality It is a highly finished production, abounding with sound arguments in favor of rtligior, and containing mnoii good advice to sustain tiii iit'.vs of ilio Ittiid. The Election. Before we isww another number of the Central Press, the people will be called on to decide who shall represent them.'in the national and state legislature, and who shall occupy several important county offices.^-— The candidates selected by both parties, are men highly recommended by the different parlizan-journals, and yet,,if we are to take the estimate in which these same journals hold their opponents, and believe their own recommendations, neither candidates are qualified for the station lhey aspire to, either by intellect or. integrity. Happily, however, the poople are able to judge for themselves—and lhey will judge men by their merits, and not by their own recommendations. Ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Tlie Sheriffs Proclamation, We direct attention to several important corrections'made in the Sheriff's Proclamation, in to-day's Press. The. voters of Benner township will hold their election in this Borough, and the voters of Curlin township, at Robert Morris' School House. The people of these Districts will of course attend to these corrections, in order to prevent any misunderstanding or confusion. Every voter, certainly understands the time and place of voting—and he understands too, the necessity of promptly attending to this duty.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

EsP* There is great importance in a single vote, when there are important principles at issue. No man who can appreciate his manhood and his privileges, will refuse to vote. No man can have any possible excuse from remaining from the polls, unless he is not legally entitled lo a vote. The right of ihe franchise, is the noblest of all the powers invested in a freeman. It at once places every man spoil an equality—ranks all men as equals in government, and the man who idly or recklessly disregards the duty which it imposes, is unworthy of being fiee, and if possible, should be deprived o f the blessings which freedom dispenses. For the sake of truth and the constitution, there should be a full vole this^coming election. Pennsylvania should be heard—her voice has hereto fore proved potential, and it mav prove potential again, in deciding the questions which convulse the country from its centre lo its circumference. We urge, with no particular regard for candidates, every man to vot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

&? The corner-stone of an institution for the reform of inebriates, was laid at Binghampton, New York, a few weeks since.— This we believe will be the only institution of the kind in ihe country— and as a pioneer asylum its progress will be watched with great interest by the philanthropist and the Christian. The idea of establishing such institutions in various parts of the country strikes us as highly humane, but tho experiment is new, and it must be tested.. The influences to which men are subjected who indulge in ihe use of liquor lo excess, are as strong as they are various—and while we firmly believe that.any man ban controll and subdue his appetite for intoxicating liquors, we have some doubt as lo the practical working of an institution of this kind. Its philanthrophy will not be questioned: but we must do something to save men from such an asylnm,if we wish'to retain the useful citizeua and the promising youth—and dreadful must the ravages of liquor become, when ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Pine Crrore Academy Examination. Correspondence of the Central Press. Pine Grove, Oct. 1,1858. We had the pleasure, on Monday evening, Sept. 29th, of attending an examination and exhibition, held at the Pine Grove Ac. ademy. During the day the ladies and gentlemen of the school were examined by the Principal, and we, as well as all who were present, thought that they did credit to them selves and teach ers. On arriving at the Academy in the evening, we found all in readiness for the reception of the people. The house was crowded to overflowing, people flocked in multitudes from every place, and many were disappointed in not getting seats, the house being so very much crowded, all was confusion. One moment, and every one present was inspired with the soul stirring strains of music, sent forth by Dr. NefFs String Band. Long may it sound. Mr.Thom as, the Principal, then called the house to order. The exhibition was opened with prayer by Rev. Haughawaut, after which the performance co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

—The shoe business, (says the Boston Herald) is declining. Work is stopping, and the pay being reduced. The high prices of stock and dull sales have made the present a hard season for manufacturers ; and we believe a surplus is collecting on their hands which induces them to shorten work. . Since the introduction of a variety of machinery into the business, it takes but a short time to throw into market a fair supply of boots and shoes. —Pottsville, Oct 1. At half-past three o'clock this morning, a fire broke out in a stable in the rear of the store of William Mortimer, Jr., which adjoins the Liverpool and London Insurance Company's office. The stable was entirely destroyed, together with a valuable horse, two cows, and several sleighs and carriages. The loss is supposed to amount to about $3,000. —During the month of September, two thousand three hundred and seventy-three arrests were made by the police of Philadelphia. Of these five hundred and two were made in the First distr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

THE NEWS —Capfc. Barton, U. S. army has been mulcted in §2,500 damages at San Antonio, Texas, for flogging a man named Heid. . A railroad is now approaching completion through Missouri, which will enable passengers to go from Boston to Kansas in three days. —A dandy lately appeared in Iowa with legs so attenuated that the authorities had him arrested because he had no visible means of support. —"Father Freeman," the well known missionary from Baltimore, has recently been delivering addresses before the Methodist Sunday Schools at St. Johns, N. B. —Gen. Joseph Lane, who. will run for Senator for the State of Oregon, when it is admitted, is canvassing Indiana in favor of the Lecompton policy of Mr. Buchanan —A married lady in Cincinnati recently cowhided the'editor of a paper in lhat city for having circulated slanderous reports against her reputation. The flagellation was administered in a court room. —Mr. Newkirk, sent out as American Consul at La Union, has been refused his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

FACTS AND FANCIES Simplicity. If there is an attractive feature in the character oi any man or woman, it is shown by a specious of simplicity which begets -mildness, courieiF.y,'and friendship. Yellowp'nsh, has more than one discoursed on this subject, and he is still ofthe opinion, lha' the theme of simplicity is inexaustible- He is opposed to all grandiloquence of speech oraction, describing them as the certain evidence of a mental desease which is contagious. Nothing looks worse,or sounds more rediculous, than bombast in conversation; and vanity, in action; and yel many individuals imagine lhat they can palm themselves and their ludicrous extremes on intelligent people as.qualities of learning and accomplishment This is what Charles terms as "high fallutin, and can't be did." He is in favor of simplicity;—simplicity in speech and conduct—the simplicity which is as natural as 'he music of a rivulet,or the porily, of a vio let. How much better we all would be, if «?e cullivat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

Presbytery of IlMeiiiragdosi The Presbytery of Huntingdon, met agree.ahy Ito adjournment on tho 5th inst., in the Presbyterian church of Bellefonte. The opening sermon was preached by Rev. John Moore, of Williamsburg Blair county, from John XIX. 80. " It is finished." At theclose of public worship, the Presbytery was called to order and opened with prayer by the moderator. OFFICERS. Moderator—Rev. D. D. Clark, of McVeytown. . ClerJe—Rev. John Moore, of Williamsburg. The roll was called and the following members answered to their name, viz. MINISTERS. ELDERS. JarriesLinn, D. D. James Irvin, James Woods, D. D. D. W, Woods, Samuel Hill, Robt. Ewing, Main. Allison, Win. F. McCalmot, B. E. Collins, D. Gemmill. W. J. Gibson; D. D. John Gardner, D. Sterrett, Joseph Smiih, M. Floyd, Jno. M. Campbell, (i W. Thompson, Robt. Tovvi;;send, R Hammill, Kobt. Gemmill, S. H. Lawrence, And. Allison, Jno. Elliol, Jno. Clark * D. X. Junkin, D. D. Wm. Robbinson, Thos. Stevenson, Wm. A. McKIanigl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 8 October 1858

BUSINESS NOTICES J. E.Thomas, Principal of the Pine Grove Academy,'publishes the card of his institution in another column. This institute is known in Central Pennsylvania, as a highly favorable resort for those seeking education, and the reputation it achieved during the last examination,'will render it, if possible, more popular. The convenience oi" scholars are ample, and the terms of tuition very reasonable. T. F. Boalich advertises a. large stock ot boots and. shoes, to-day, and offers to dispose of his stock on terms to suit the times. Mr B. haa a well earned reputation as a cordwainer, and we can safely recommend our readers to his establishment. Dixon &Sharpless, a popular Philadelphia firm in grain and produce, publish their card as Commission Merchants. The house has a reputation which could only be gained by ihe strictest attention to business. Read the card. Ceoige Peck has opened a restaurant in ihe Temperance House, where he proposes to serve his frie...

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