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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

hAihisoivtoiv lands NEW ENGLAND' SETTLEJV1-ET: BARE OPPORTUNITY—TO ALL WANTING., farms—in a healty place', twerity-'rive mile's from Philadelphia, on the Camden and Atlantic railroad New'Jersey. An:old, estatc.has recently been open ed for sale, and the first division'of 10,000 acres divided up into farms of twenty acres and upwards.— The soil is ofiho ben quality for, the-praductipn ol fruits, grains, <Sx. The price is S15 to g20"per acre,, payable in easy quarter yearly instalments, within a' lermof four years; with.jnlcrqst. .The ..terms are made easy, in order to insure the rapid-improvement oftheland.by enabling every industrious-man to. buy a farm. It is now being..extensively,improved by good roads, and some of the .best citizens from Ne'w'Eii-land, and the Middle States are -erecting lav<re improvements' It is;a scene.of the greatest improvement ,out of Philidelphia Seventy-five bouses have been built in' four months.-' J. ractica farmers*and business: me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

* - * * * . *. ^ GIFTS, GIFTS! GIFTS!! SF^giKBlU CJIFTS! ^4^ 439 Chestnut Street.—The only; Original Gi/t Book Store. aG. EVANS-would respectfully inform his • friends an'Sjthe public that his Star Gift Book Store and Publishing llou'seis permanently established in Brown's splendid Iron Building, 429 Chestnut street, two doors below Fifth, where the purchaser of each book at ihe regular retail price, will receive one of the following gifts, valued al from 25 els. to 8100. worth. 550 Patent English Lever .Gold Watches, §100 00 each 550. Patent Anchor do do 50 00 400 Ladies'Gold Watches, 13c. cases,35 00 600 Silver Hunting Watches, warrat'd 15 00 500 Parlor Time pieces, 10 00 500 Cameo sets, Ear Drops and Pins, 10 00 500 Ladies Gold Bracelets. 5 00 to 12 00 500 Gents' Vest and Fob Chains, 10 00 1000 Gold Lockets, double case, .100 00 ' 1000 Gold Pencil Cases with gold pens, 5 00 1000 Extra Gold pens, with Holders, 1 50 2500 Ladies' Gold Pencils, 5 00 2500 Gold Pens with silver Pen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

EXCELSIOR SHAVING SAX,OON. Allegheny Street. Bellefonte, Pa. A PROCLAMATION! mo AL MEN TO.WHOMTHESE PRESENTS 1 M4YCOMF,—I.MESSICKGRAUAM, Grand Sultan ofall the Barbers of the Keystone State, to herebv proclaim and make known to ALL 1 eopte, thatl"h!ivc fined up my PALACE in the neatest manner for the reception ofmy loyal subjects, whore I will be at. all' times ready to give them a nulling reception.and completely divest their physiognomy of nature's unseemly pioductions. .-• AND FURTHER, as the times arc getting good and the Banks making specie paymenls, I'll take SPECIE at par from all my subjects. "WITNESS my 85" and the Great Seal of myRAZOR AND SCISSORS, atlhe PALACE, in the year of Blue Beards. 1855. '-¦¦ MESSICK G RAIIAM, Grand Sultan, ..GENTEEL SHAVER; Secretary. . Oct 3,1855.—ly 23. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

A LARGE supply of superior water anil sugar crackers—from Ihe celebrated Manufactory of R.'& J. Davis, Pittsburg—just received and for sale a!'the new store of CHA'R McBRIDE. rptlE SUBSC1H15E11S are now opening, a. .new J- supply of Cuilicocs, Muslins &c, al the Cheap side Store of Seal. 17 W. A. THOMAS. Jr„ & CO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

IMLAFS BANK NOTE REPORTER rOBLlSIIKD WEEKLY • AT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. • THE necessity that'exists' for more ireqnent intelligence for geneial. secnrity, regarding Banks and°Counterfeit Bank Notes, has long been evident, and never more so than at tho. present moment: The interest of the community suffers by delay,and.ior.iheir;own;protoctioniro.quires prompt, early and frequent information ofajeliabje ch.araqt£r ¦ Tliis'deficiericy will.npw be supplied, It must also be adniilted -that' Bank -No'e Detector^ are in the-hands, too frequently, oiiher of persons entire y unacquainted with'the Bank Note business, or who are imnlcrsed in' other pursuits to an extent that-a settled indifference to the wantsr..expectalionSi and necessities of the community becomes the stereotype cbaractcr'of the publications. This trespass upon public conSdencc will be remedied by issuing, a WepkJy. .Biink -Note Reporier, wjth advantages.that must commandruiijversal.auenlion. . , ,,:,-., fho'Bank Note...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

- / A ClAlsU from J»v. James /iK.O'arrcltjofiheNEvV YORK LUNG /INFIRMARY.—My connection for the past eight I years with the above Institution, as Chief Physi-» ' cian, and a twelve years" course ol steady devotion n the cuieof Pulmonary Consumption and its fcinircd diseases, together with'my unrivalled opportuallies and advantages- of pathological research—nided not a little by a perfect system of Medyal inhalation—has enabled me to arrive at a decisive, direct, and successful course of treatment for the positive'and radical cure of all the diseases of the Throat, Lungs, and Air-Passages. By Inhalation, Iho vapor and curative properties of medicines are direbtly addressed lo the diseased organs and the integument. I do not advise the use of Medical Inhalation of any kind, to the exclusion of general treatment; and although I consider it a useful adjuvant in the proper management of those fearful and often final diseases, yet I deem it very necessary that each patient should have t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

. ... HI1ME, liEATMER, Moot '&* ®fo&e ®l@reo {WEST END OS SPRING-CREEK BRIDGE, CHEAP-SIDE.) rrHK largest and best Stock of Boots and * Shoes ever brought to Centre. County, 25 1 cent, cheaper than-sold any other place SPANISH SOLE LEATHER OFALL KIND Japantied, Enameled and Fancy Colored Leather ; French Calf S/cins, Oil-tanned Lace Leather, FreiicJi " Patent Calf Shins, Tampeco Boot Skins, Madras Boot Skins; Red Ronans, Pinlc, White and Blue MaronaLinegingSjGapc-bindings, Gaiter, Kid and ' Tanner's Oil; Plastering Hair, 'Copper Rivets and Burs. ' All kinds of Shoemaker's Findings and Tools:'' Streatch Leather Belting at : Citv Prices. CASH paid forall kinds of HIDES, SKINS and FURS. THOMAS BURNS1DE. Bollefon tc, Aug. 2G, "57.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

CUEAF BOOT & SHOE EMPORIUM! Come'of Allegheny and Bishop Sts., ¦ BELLEFONTE , PA. Bargains'. Bargains! J Bargains!! THE subscriber still carrying on business al his old stand, informs his friends and the public generally, that he hasjusl returned from Philadelphia with a large and choice assortment of thebest retail stock ever ollercd to the public, cmbrading Ladies'Gentlemen's and Children's'Boots, I Shoes and Gaiters, of every description, style and quality, in this or any other market. His work- cannot be excelled for DURABIL1TYT and CHEAPNESS.. . 8Cr Ladies or Gentlemen wishing a neat filing Boot, Shoe or Gaiter, can procure a gopd article at his store. He has now on hand a splendid slock of Lcilhtar, &c, and employs thebest woiken, iio is therefore'prd'p.'ired to make up work oil the shunest notice and iu the best style ¦ The public are respectfully invited 'lo-call rind see for themselves. T. F. BOALlCll. April 15, 1S57. TSBE TjI-VJEM* IM^IGORATOR! ^ PREP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 15 October 1858

CERTIFICATES. PAIN ERADICATOR!: MESSRS. GREEN <& M'MEEN—Genltemkn :—For the hist Ihrco years, I b,ivte< been subject to Neuralgia of the must severe character—at one time confined to my room for three1 months with it, and subject lo return as often us I got wet or was in the damp I tried a great manv remedies for it, but found no permanent relief uiitit» I got Rev. Gko. I Milks' Pain Eradicator, as prepared by you, which has never failed to cradidatcthc pain, when applied. 1 also use it for Sore Throne;, with the same good eilbcl, and know of it beiiig u.=ctK lior Rheumatism; with good results. I believe it lo-,be a good medicine for' the abovc-niimed diseases;, land no humbug, and would coidinlly rcco mmciid it" to all suucrihgwilhcitlicrNeuralgia nr Rheumatism.. i JOHN M'CALMONT. . Mkssrs. Gkken if WAlREN:-—I have used Gc<» I. Miles' r.ii" Ki.-idicaKir,prepared by you, for iheV ^^ , Rheuuiatism in my shoulder, and found jrrcMTrrh>S-— and would...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

TSE CENTRAL PRESS. IS PUBLISHED EVERY; FRIDAY MORNING, AT BELLEFONTE, PA., BY WjcnEdrney & Si G. Kurtz, ON THE FOLLOWING TERMS'. Two Dollars a year, which may be tlischarsred liy ilie pavment of One Dollar and Fifty Cents l.elorc ihe expiration of six monls from iheliinc of snhs;riliiiig. . No subscription 'cceived for a less pcriml ihiin'six monlsl "•'.' • - 93" No paper will be discontinued until all nrtca niij.es are. paid unless al.lbe'option of the publisher

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

Written for the Central I'i ess, Cavi'ie ILee. " •; BY.JOSEPH W. FUREY. , ¦ft'Iien the moon her light was shedding Over all the earth and sea, Stood I with ray love, fey darling, ' 'Nealh'the weeping-willow tree: And she-whispered words endearing, That to ray lone heart were cheering, 'Neath the weeping willow tree. Softly stole my arm around her, Oh, how happy then were we ! E'en the stars smiled on our wooing; There beneath the willow tree, To my heart I fondly pressed her, Kissed her lips and oft caressed her; Darling, darling Carrie Lee ! Lay her head upon my bosom, Fondly gazed her eyes on me, While I told her that I loved her, • There beneath the willow tree: From her eyelids tears were flowing, Down her lovely cheeks, all glowing With the love she had for. me. Bat I kissed the crystal tear-drops, From;.the cheeks of Carrie Lee, And she srciled. upon me sweetly, 'Neath the weeping-willow tree; Ai.d I whispered, " Jailing Carrie, Dost thou feel inclined lo marry. Here ben...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

"Only" Waiting." The following poefti bears the above caption, and was handed-to us for publication by an old friend, who discovered and resetted it from among the contents of :tn old newspaper file. The unknown author at least knew how to write; and perhaps the head and heart that dictated the lines, no longer wait,- but have long since realized all that death and futurity bestow. We record the lines again, to be reacued p Thaps again, : by. some lover of old newspapers,.from' the files of the Central 1'icss;. . Oi ly wailing 'till the shadows •Are a little longer grown ; Only waiting 'till the glimmer Of the day's last beam is flown ; ' ¦ fill.the night of earth is faded . From the heart once full of day; ¦ "'¦Till the starsof heaven are breaking Through the twilight soft and gray, Oiily waiting 'till the reapers . -Have the last sheaf gathered home; For the summer time is faded, And the Autum winds have come. Quickly reapers ! gather quickly The last ripe hours of my'heart, F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

—A political convention, rdpresenting about 10,000 people, was held at Messilla, in the new territory of Arizona, ou the 3d pf September. It was resolved to hofd iv new election for delegate to Congress, ins-reused vote,, and to call on Congress to a*Maniz3 the Territory at an early day. In Massachusetts the Suffolk Bank is makj ing a war on the country Banks similar to that now carried on hy the Philadelphia Banks. The banks in the interior havs withdrawn their accounts from it in consequence of their action. In a late transaction the Suffolk bank has "caught a tartar," as follows: "The Boston Transcript stales that or. Wed- . nesday a messenger from the Suffolk Bank visited the Newmarket Bank, in Newmarket. N. H., with S20,00ain bills of that institution, and demanded th'er specie. The coin was paid promtly, but no sooner was it in the pos- session of the messenger, than 85000 oi..the amount Was attached by the Sheriff of Rockingham couuty, to satisfy a suit of the New- mark...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

—rThe Nebraska Legialature was organized on the 21st ult. L. L. Bowen, of Sarpy, was elected President of the Council, and A. P. Bennett, ofOloe, Speaker of the House. The eleclion for Speaker turned on the Lecomtnnism of the' candidates, and ended in the defeat of Mr. Fleming, Lecomplon Democrat, Mr Bennett is in the opposilisn. Gov Richardson's message was of a purely pr- otical naluie, and for the benefit of the Tenitory. In conclusion; -he alluded to his resignation, which would soon take effect, and his disinclination to enter into any local agitation. He recurred, with pleasure, to the kindness of the people of the Territory, and urged the members of the Legislature lo discard sectional jealousies and unite for the good of the whole people represented by them*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

—The Chapel Hill Gaseite says that the murderer ot Mr.- Grant, of Texas, late of Orange county, N. C, arid son-in-law of the late Prof. Mitchell, has been detected, proving to be Washington Garner, the son of a wealthy bnt very much dreaded neighbor of Mr. Grant's. Wash was jailed, but about two hundred enraged citizens-assembled, broke open the jail, took the murderer out and shot him lo atoms. Mr. Grant had been lo old Garner's lo transact some business and was returning home when Wash-shot him-on the way. A Beautiful Comparison.—Th esun does hot shine for a few trees and flower?, butfor the wide^wofld's joy. The lonely pine on»the'mountain top, waves its sombre bough and. cries,. "Thou art my sun.' And the little meadow violet lifts its cup of blue, and. whispers with its perfumed breath,- ?' Thou. art. my sun." And the grain in a ..thousand fields rustles in iho wind, and makes answer, "Thou aft my sun." ; So Glod sits. in Heaven, not for the favored few, but for the unive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

Dying Hours of Aaron Purr. NEW TESTIMONY NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED ...;, RESPECTING, HIS_C.IIARACTER. vln: reply-to-the. inquiry made in our columns.a.few weeks ago for.more definite information respecting the religious views and experience of Aaron Burr in the last hours'of his life, a lady of great-intelligence and worth', a "relative of the family arid of Ogden E. Edwards, who was Burr's last friend, writes to'us a letter' from which we makeafew extracts. -The. facts here stated are'thrilling in their own interest, and they are sufficient.to stamp,- as it deserves,: the great crime against.society committed :by the- r.ecerit' biograpliy of that bad man. Oft? correspondent writes: "My , Ogderi^E Edwards, who died in, 1848, felt,a grateful interest.in Cql. Burr, from the fact of his having,, in his prosperous, days, aided iriy grandfather, Timothy Edwards, in pecuniary difficulties. He admired also the mind God had given him, which, in all his degradation, shone' forth in the mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 22 October 1858

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