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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

EPWe are not, nor do we expect ott* leaders to be pleased with the appearance of (he Press this week. The Sheriff's proclamation, and the length of the Encampment report, have crowded otit a" large variety of interes'.-Jng reading matter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

The Spirit of Politics, and the Test of Parties. During the administration of the elder Adams, when the country had scarcely recovered from the shocks of the revolution struggles -the politics, of the people began to be attracted in various directions, and parties were formed with dividing lines of such principles as their advocates claimed lo be productive of the greatest good to the nation.^ For thefirsf time there also appeared the corruption of parties, and with it danger t jJree institutions and fiee government. The federal pari}' , at that day, was powerful in numbers and intellect—powerful in authority arid held together by an administration which sought to initiate the courtly usages of a nation from which the colonies had just been severed. Pari}' tests were established—and so exacting was the spirit of the tests, that by a common demand of circumstances, the peciple arrayed themselves against the adrajnjstration of the elder and younger Adams/and thus formed for the fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

EP°Our neighbor of the Democrat is- very kind in having discovered what he terms a '•'fling at: the Press." Being optically dificient, we are not to be expected to notice all things, and being also somewhat of a stoic, and used to buffeting wilh.the editorial: lide_, a ripple does not trouble us, and we doubt if a regular old foaming breaker would, startle us our accostumed equanimiiy. As to:our independence, and the manner in which we intend to conduct the Press, that is a matter between our readers and our> conscience. We. can maintain it, too, without offending one or tKf-ether—•y^TT'*""'' -'*" fail '" 'tenouncathe corruptiou of any party, or the insolence and ignorance 'of any pbrlizan, just -Jet us; know that we failed in our pledges.' We have;Our opinions, and we also have the courage to express and defend those opinions. We have also an estimate of public servants, and those who aspire to office: When the interests of the people demand it, we intend to point out th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

Scenes, Incidents. &c &c. &c EIGHT THOUSAND VISITORS TO THE CAMP. •'. ¦¦ • -i Grarael Military Basplay '" ..CAME tiOGAM. " EIGHT BUNfiRED.; SOLDIERS IN THE FJJELDl I , Reported for the Central Press. - ¦ ¦ Camp Logan will long be remembered by the people of Centre county, as one of the most beautiful as well as tSie most striking Military displays ever witnessed in Central Pennsylvania. Our report of (he proceedings is limited Id the small space of our columns, and Ave give only such scene's and incidents as will prove inlereslirig lo our readers, up to Friday at noon. The encamproect is located on the bounds of the borough", in a large field-attached ;to Vallentines forge, the ground is well adapted for an effective display, and from the distance with its surroundings of bold and Mountanidus scenery, the camp has. -the appearance of an army at rest; The tents range in streets —flags'in the air, with the- watchful Se'niry, and anccasionalstrain of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

. THE SCENE AT THE CAMP. On Thursday, Ajutant General E. C. Wilson; with Major General Tackman, and Staff; of the eleventh division, reviewed the troops assembled... Tho scene was animating and-imposing, and presented a picture worthy of thcpencil of the painter.— As the troops maneuvered, and their movements were executed in a manner refiect- •ing- the highest credit upon the Captain of each company, the crowd in attendance rent the air with the most deafening cheers. The ninsie from the different bands, the word of command ringing along the lines :—the brilliant and ilifftirentstaffs, and the immense crowd, made up a scene of the greatest interest and highest excitement.— The following programe gives the name of each company, with their Captains, as they appeared in parade. Adj. Qpneral E. C: Wilson, inspector General* Ma j'. Dodge. Major General John C. Watson^, of the , ,i 14th D., P.M.. ;,; A*DS. Maj. P;K Wilson, Maj. D. G-. Nevling. STAFS. Asst. Adj-. Gen.. Major J. S. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

Adjutant, V. P, Macmanu K Brigadier Gen. B...C. Magill."• ¦'- ; M ¦% -.r-: *vAir>. ;-•• ,«t!aptain;P. McAtcer.^ ; Col/. Henry Sfrohecker, Maj. -..Rish'ell, and ,'^everal other officers -were present, whose'-names .we ^ oould not learn when we penfi':to press; ' ' .-.:. ::Sj>'.-'Among.the'invited guests from other brigades we notice Major ^General D. K. Jackman, 11th Div., ; ' P. M. - STAFF. Maj*G*»W. Thorn, Maj. J. H. Humes, " G. W.Lentz, • " G. W. Sawer, " Ira D. Canfield, '.' W.; S. Gile, This command and staff presented a most brilliant appearance. The richness of their costumes, high spirited horses, and really splendid men, while on parade, attracted the attention, of- the great crowd on the field, and were ,-heartily cheered as they passed different points. The following are the names of companies in order, as they appeared on parade, on Wednesday last:'— . .CAVALRY.. Warrior's Marie Cavalry, Captain Hunter. .'This company appeared in excellent order an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

FACTS AND FANCIES All is Vaaily ami Vexation. Man is the embodiment of a dream—so thinks'our friend Yellowplush. His idea is a strange one—bnt when properly annalized, few will doubt that Charles is far from right. We are, in effect, sonielhing like the dream of a sleeping turtle—only a little more.so, because we are a combinaiion of mud and water. There are serene men and serene dreams—there are lovely forms lhat flit across our paths, full of youth and beauty, and then there are lovely dreams that flit across our pillows—dreams which even Lalla :E.ook could nol paint—dreams with music, such as would upset the head of Mozart, blunt his sharps-, and. tumble his flats into worse con fusion than a- crowd of aspirants for office. We have then all sorts of men to snit alLsorls of dreams. But Yellowplush halts' here. He halts for a man to suit the night mare—a specious of dreams which transforms the body-^-1 elongates the ears—rolls grind stones over the stomach—and stretches ihe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

own "and' unfortunate""as "tti'e' be- ^H^^g5:jegardcd,nhe5s8ldier was doing ^K£9rr>' > and-iri the eraergeQCy ooultl ^Bfs3«kss> others, say that Mcfjaffery HwP&IIN point of tlie bayonet.. The Bmla^Bfeas attended by Dr. George W.;F«W I $c?*^rnrjg the removal of the Camp Jjaggage a serious accident occurred to Jo-Hf>h Large, who was driving a two-horse Kgor i. The tongue of the wagon broke, ap.cfes the. wagon was proceeding down, a stecpkhill, the horses were compelled to run durinjr which the wagon was upset, falling upon.flir. Large, fracturing his left arm, and causkig''a compound commuted fracture of the right leg. The injured man was attended by DrrGeorge L. Potter. 8S3?" Charles H. Burnsides was arrested by Chief Burgess Hoy, assisted by.Police officer Beaver, and committed to prison.— Charles was imbued with a strong military ¦ ^spirit, and actually deemed it necessary to eljarge on a large -croud in front of the Penna. Hotel. Silence a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

Deaths. On the 17th inst, at Siover's Place, at. the Residence of his s'ini, Col. Jacob E. Stover, of Aaronsburg, aged 76 years, 4 monihs and 10 days, ...[The obituary notice came too late for this week's'paper.] In Marion township ou Tuesday morning the 16th inst., Henry Hoy, aged 87 years 1 mo:ith and 15 days. On the 19th inst, in Gregg township,Mr. fte'drifti Heckman, aged 76 years, k On the 20th inst., at Salona, Mr. Samuel kylor of Aaronsburg, aged 44 years.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

V~ The Markets. ^eporled for the Central Press. \ Bellefonte, Sep. 23, 1858. White Wheat, per bushel, ;-' §1 05al 15 lied " " ¦ •!¦ 1 OOal 10 Kr'e •¦ 50 CorW,- -'- ••¦ 50 Oats?1' •' 88 Cloversced, " 4 50 Barley, " 50 Buckwheat, •' . 50 Tallow, per pound, 12J Butter, " 15 Kgg9. ' " ^ r ^^ j I j ,..,,. muni. lI^u

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

HUiNSiCKGR'S IMPROVED PREMIUM L^." " ' CiiWEM HUIAER. ^HBHHiiiS&IllBn:RS W1SI1TO'N form the ^^^^MPB^MMIU4M«-s.t'ill manufacture the Jibo?fc named niuchines}nnd have now a lot on nand ready for delivary and warranted to work equal to any of "theikind'ever made. For information in reference •'lo'lhe; practical working of these Ilullors" we refer to the following gentlemen: . William Forstcr, Farmers' High School. Robert Forster, •' " " £. Zimmerman, Jacksonville. Emanuel Smith, Nittany Hull. James Zimmerman, Hublersburg. And to any person else lhat may have them in use. Orders solicited in reference to the working of our Thrashing Machines are rofered to. John Longwell, Niltany Valley, J.Philip Gephirt, Zion, Daniei Durst, Old Fort, John Wagner, Harris township. David Stamm, Loop. We also manufacture the Peirpaiht'srpatsnt SHAKER $ STRAW CARREER, the best working shaker now made for proof of this we refer to those who have them in use. Work of all kinds in their line of busi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

RAILRAOD. |T# MEETING OF THE BOARD OF DIREC-.fiLiorsof the Lewisburg, Centre & Spruce Creek Railroad Company, a Resolution was adopted. '•That in order to defray expense of survey 82,50 be called on each share of stock subscribed on which nothing has been paid, and where nctes for 10 percent, have been-given; one half of said notes be now collected'. In pursuance thereof, I hereby give notice that payment is required within 30 days, and those neglectful" ICpay will be pi etceded against according lo law. ^ . • G. F. MILLER, Treasurer. BSlTefonte, Sept. 24, '58. AdnHB&igti*aios>'§ I¥otsce. LETTERS of Administration on the estate of George W. Boat. Sate of Poller township, dee'd, having been granted lo the.undersigned, they hereby lioiif/alVpdr'soris indebted lo said estate to make immediate payment to .'as. C. Iioal at Earlystown, and all those having claims, to present theft ac' idtintB properly authenticated for settlement'. JAS. C. BOAL, ) irfm.„ H.ORLAD...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

. Furs! jFhvs-J f|tHE subsdiWer is* now" purchasing, at the highest JL . cash prices, every variety of furs, for the mannfacture of "MGIOIUNES, MUFFS, TIPPETS, COL-. LAHS.Gl.OVES,,&i. . He is'alsb prepared to furnish', ai tfholesate prices, all articles of F8JRB6 ©©©©§ . , And listing-been' it) the business for many years and being'coiniecied wilh seme of the best wholeea!e,manu3icluriiig houses of New York and Philadelphia, lie' has the advaniage of being able to furnish goods which- aro cheap, fashionihle, beautiful and durable. G\ f& KlfiPLER, Pino Grove Mill's; Centre Co.,Pa' September 10,1858 —tf. ') / " . , j , ' ] ' —-- .. I I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

ALL KtSYDS OF GRAIN & OTHER COUN ' .PRY PRODUCE WANTED for which the highesS cash p'ices will be paid by Sept.-11, W. A. TH6M'AS' Jr.- & CO. JUST' RECEIVED A FRESH SUPPLY OF Coffee, Segal*, Molasses, &c. Il/ Sept. Yl, W. A. THOMAS, Jr.-. & C&. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

RAft &AGS OF GROUND ALUM SALT! OUU 590- do- Bairyantf Table Sal* for'saft Sep>.,18. W.A:.'i-'HOfeA-S,-JrV&C(y. THE-StjSraC'R^BE'RS' .-ire' now opening' a, new sapSi'/ oPCallifcocs.-filusiinB &c.,-at- the Cheap. - ii;pS r f"ll*,1 ' v»' ..a\.tiiom'as:jV..&c&. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

" ¦-----ymsBFataw^TMiSi-"'-~ - fMm^Mmm GB.OCSR3SS &-HAB3WASll THE subscriber h.is just received from Philadelphia and New York a large and well selected stock of DRY GOODS andGRG'CE.IUES. whichhe is determined to; dispose ..of at pfrcSs 16' suit ihe times. The '. lock cmbra'c'esa full'variety of LADIES DRESS GOODS.:: . Mous.de Laines, Cobutg,De Bege;.AIp.1cK, Marine Plaids, French Marino,: Devitje^Ctoth, ;Wool De Lnins, Plaid Flannell for, childr.en. Sack Flannels at all prices. Wool and Cotton Fliil^tells, all colors. Dress Silks of every variety and color. Xr&BISSFANC? et>03S. Dress Trimmings, Gloves, Hosiery, ' ' ' '". Collate, ¦ . Ca'pes, ''" : Headdresses, FALL. SHAWLS: & CLOTH CLOAKS oftlieLiteststylc, arid at prices, to-suit the limes. Uluslins, Calicos arid JLawsss. Domestic.and French Gingliams, and Ten-quarter Sheeting. A full variety of CLOTHS and CASIMERS, of the latest siyle and lowest cash prices CLOTHING FOR MEN AND BOYS. Overcoats, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

NEW STOCK OF BOOTS. SHOES AND HATS x AT BTJHNSIBE'S WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. TF YOU WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTMENT JL of cheap bb'ots and shoes, go to'Buvnside's. WATER PROOF BOOTS at Burnside's LET ALL the people call and examine the boots and shes at Burside's, before purchasing elsewhere, A SATING of 2a per cent by buying your boots and shoes at Burnside's. A LIBERAL deduction fc'ade to those who buy to sell again. 30 DIFFERENT kinds ofjadies shoes at Burnside's. CITY made boots and shoes, at prices to suit the times at Burnside's THE larsest stock of boots and.shoea ever brought to Billefonte, at Btrmside's. • AT: Burpside's Cheap Boot and Snoe store we study to please- •">• LEATHER ofall descriptions at Burnside's.' DUPOIST'S fine double glazed Rifle Powder and Ely's English waterproof Caps for hunters at'Burnside's. SHOE Findings ofall descriptions at Burnside's. HIDES, Skins aiid Furs ofall descriptions bought vi at Burnside's. Sept. 17.1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

Orphan's Coairt Sale. BY virtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Centre County, will be exposed to sale by public outcry, on Friday, October 15lh, 1858, on the premises, the undivided half of a certain FARM OK TRACT OF LAND, situate in Howard township, Centre countj', about four miles from the village of Ilowarnville, being part of the real estate of Christian D.Bccbdel, dee'd, bounded by lands of David Bechdel and David Bechdel and David Deleng on the South, by lands of Herman Prince on the east, on the north by lands of Christian Glossner, and on the west'by lands ef Packer's heirs, containing about TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTY ACRES, about forty acres whereof are cleared and in a good state of cultivation, and baling erected thereon a DWELLING HOUSE, SAW-MILL, STABLE, and other outBuildings. The uncleared land in the above described tract is well timbered. ALSO: ON SATURDAY, October 16,1853,at 10 o'clock A. M., on ihe premises, a certain FARM OR TRACT OF LAND, situate in Liber...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

. Orphans' Oourt Sale OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, Continued. B Y ordet ofllio Orphans' Court of the County of Centre, will be sold by public outcry, at Centre Hall. Potter township, On Saturday, October 2nd, 1858, the following described Rdrfl Estate r The property of the heirs of Moses Fel'fialce ial'e of Potter township, dee'd, lo wit; One certain tract of land, comaining'13 acres, 27 perches, and allowance, be the same more or loss, wilh the appurte nances, being the tract designated as "Purpart No. 4, of the Valley Tract, in the Return of Jury appointed to make partition of tho residue of the real estate of said dee'd." adjoining lands of Christian Hoffef'ahd other lands of the heirs of said dee'd. One half thereof being Ireos.one soil, in a good state of cultivation, with a good bearing apple orchard thereon. The other half meadow, wilh a good supply of running water. ALSO: Three other tracts, being designated as "Purparts' Nos. 2. 3. and 4, of the Mountain- tr'act'in ihe-Rctu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 24 September 1858

Wetv Stage lane FROM BELLEFONTE TO PrNE GROVE, BY WAY Oi*'TirK FAttBF.hs' MOST SCHOOL. TH E- subscribers respectfully inform the public that they have placed a two horse coach on this ro'ite. and will carry passengers to and from the Farmers' High School,.Pine Grove and all the intermediate points at cheap 'rato». This stage will run three times a week, leaving BellefdritE on Monday's, Wednesday's a.nd Friday's A comfortable Coach and careful drivers will be provided to render the travcicr comfoi table. R.D.CUMMINGSV JAS: DUNLAP', Seplemtier 10, 1858;—tf; Ti«s Wanted \ PROPOSALS will be received at our office at Wessirigioh.-Cenlrc County, Pa., for the delivery of B&JHTY THOUSAND'TIES; On tile line' of the SNOWSHOE .KAIL-ROAD', in quantities to", suit bidders: .Timber is" donveuient, and' timber leave will Uc furnished by the subscribers if desired. FEARON&CO, Wessington, Sept. 10. '58. Contractors.

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