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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

--Theaccountsinthe New York papers as to the condition of the Gouldy family are more, favorable.- Mr. Gouldy « as conscious all day yesterday. He knows that he had been the' victim of some violent assault, but had manifested no inquisitiveness in the matter. His right arm and side are still paralyzed from the effect of injury to his brain.. Notwithstanding his marked improvement, his physicians do not con. sider that the- critical period in his case has yet arrived. Mrs. Gouldy is fast recovering. The boy Nathaniel is doing well and symptoms of erysipelas have entirely disappeared. Little Charley is improving rapidly. The servant girls are much better.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

THE LATESTVNEWS. * <¦»••> —~ BIT TEMBCHRAfH & WAML ¦¦H -• • * ? '• lEFThe election in Minnesota has resulted in giving the House of Representatives lo the Republicans by a majority of six, and the Senate to the Democrats by a majority of three—Republican majority on joint ballot, three. The St. Paul Times of ihe 24lh foots up as follows:— • 1 Rep. Dem. Senate 27 30 House 43 dv The result "will create a vacancy in the U. S. Senate—Shields' term expiring on the 4th of March next. A telegraphic despatch from Philadelphia, on Wednesday night, announces that Stephen A.Doughlashas carried the Slate of Illinois by a large majority. This ensures his reelection to the United States Senate. . He was bitterly, opposed by the National Administration and the Republicans. The latest telegraphic news from New York is that the Republican candidate for Governor is elected by 50,000 majority, and the Democrats have only elected six out of thirty-three Members of Congress. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

Wl&o Is Use Traitor. Our friend of the Berichter publishes a long and bitter article in his last issue entitled a "Glance at the Result." in which he indulges in much severity, and daguerreotypes a traitor whom we are not able to recognize. We give an extract, from the tone of which our readers can judge the temper of the article: "A glance at the result in this county presents a strange picture of mystery and treason. In miles and in other strong Democralic townships, the vote fell off just sufficient to defeat the County Ticket. Who is to blame for this diminution? What prompted the yeomanry and Democrats of those townships lo remain at home? The candidates who were presented to them were men of unblemished character and unquestioned Democracy. The platform upon which they stood, was the same which had been endorsed a few years before, and we therefore declare liiaLprinciple was certainly not involved, which was odious, nor was it any desire to rebuke the President of Un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

—The President has issued an anti-fil.J buster .proclamation, specially directed against the Walker .expedition about to set sail from Mobile to Nicaragua. Judging from the ample time these. out-laws have had to make preparations' for the.expedition since its formation was first publicly announced, this .proclamation will prove to be merely an attempt to lock the stable door after the horse ha3 been stolen.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

FACTS AND FANCIES Arc Iiour among tlie Graves. The world is full of sorrow—but who cares? "Man," says Yellowplush, in the profundity of his wisdom, " is a queer creature—prone to evil, but generally speaking, a dem clever fellow, provided always that he is willing to agree in conversation on all subjects. But what does man-amount to, after all? He is only water and gas, with a.iew mineral and agricultural ingredients to give him rolundity—and an ounce or two of brains to keep him in motion. He moves and has his being—but his gyrations are uncertain; and as to his being, lhat is after the fashion of a Berks county landlord, in the presence of a kegofreal'okl Monderbach, vis: been tipsey, being drunk, or intending to be oblivious. And here is the end of being," said Charles, glancing around the old grave yard, "where Tolled the turf in many a mouldering heap." We could not join our friend Yellowplush exactly in his musings—but as we rambled through the old cemeleiy, there rose s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

ed a cabbnge head which measure.A>W' feel nine incites'ia circumference._ J- V Thomas purchased the monster, and mte™s to use it for a Republican repast, ue might as well add, that Tibbens is one ot the most energetic and successful farmers in the county: _ 6T7* John McDermot and Patrick Keenanhave been awarded the contract, • by the town council to lay the pavements on the side-walks of those property-holders who have neglected to do so themselves.— The. work, by these gentlemen, will be prosecuted to a speedy completion. Bp-The scales in front of the Pennsylvania" Hotel are in a condition to need the attention of the proper authorities. If they are not rendered perfectly safe for the passage of vehicles in that crowded thoroughafare. they will be the cause of a dreadful accident. Bg^Willian M. Murray has resigned his seatin the town council, his intention being to remove from the Borough. While in that body he proved himself an active and efficient member, and his loss ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

BUSINESS NOTICESS^.Tohn Montgomery & Son, Merchant tailors, advertise a very splendid stock of ready made clothing, cloths, cassimers, vestings, and every artie'e necessary to constitute a complete gentleman's wardrobe. The reputation of this firm is des.ervedly great, antt was only acquired by an attention to business, skilful and fashionable workmanship, and the most economical prices. E^William McClelland offers another very large stock of clothing, to the public. He has also on hand a supply o' the very best cloths and casimers, with almost every article in his line of business. Mr. McClelland is also prepared to make and furnish cloths for clothing in the same style and cheapness which have made his establishment so popular heretofore. ES^Green & M'Meen, Druggists, advertise their usual carefully selected stock of Drugs and Medicines with a very large collection of fancy toilet articles, cutlery &c. We have had no occasion to use their medicines, bul w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

THE NEWS. —The people of Nebraska are agitating the question of admission into the Union. The population of the Territory is 25,000. —At Lancaster an apple tree is in bloom again, and in New Jersey a farmer is sellin" his second crop of raspberries at $1.25 a quart. —Three brothers, Andrew J., William and Upton Sliger, have been arrested in Sullivan county,Ind., on a charge of murof the wife of Andrew. —The body of an unknown German named D. T. Bernier, was found on the railroad track in Altoona, on the 20th ult. He is supposed to have been attacked with intent to murder him as his skull was fractured to an extent which renders his recovery impossible. —The display at the National Horse Fair, at New York, on the 28th, exceeded that of the two first days, and connoisseur, pronounced the exibition to be much better than the recent fair at Springfield. There wete many very fine horses on the ground. —A letter from Geagua County, Ohio B ates that an epidemic dysentery has raged amon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

THE MARKETS. Reported for the-Central Press. Bellefohte, Nov. 4, 1S58. The receipts of grain at the mills, during the week, were light, bul we notice the fact, lhat among which has been received, there was moie or less weevil. 'I his, however, is net in sufficient quantity lo impair flour or materially affect prices. During the week prices have ranged, with very little difference from that of last weeks quotations. • Indeed, the prices of white and red Wheat, maintained a sleady figure, and the rates paid at our mills, in comparison, are better than those given in the eastern market—so much betler, that it will not pay the transporter to ship his grain lhence. This disposition to keep up a home market, and reasonably maintain prices, is an evidence of a healthy state of business—and as I0112 as the consu mer finds himself able to pay the present rates for an excellent article, as to quality, ihe stale of the grain market will give tone and activity to other business. The followi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

Ppiladei-piiia, November 3. In coffee there is more activity, and 5,000 bags Rio sold at 11} a Hi cents. Colton very quiet. Flour continues dull, and only 1,000 bbls. sold, ft 5a5.l2J for superfine, and $5,25 for common extra ; sales of extra farniily at S5,50a6. No change in rye- flour or corn meal. Wheat of prime quality scarce —sales of 3,000 bush.'at $1.15al.20 for ted, and Sl,25al.30 for white. Rye dull at 70 a 75 cts. Corn in belter demand, and 4,000 bus, old yellow sold at 81 cents. Oats sells slowly at 40ia4l cts. In provisions very little doing—small sales of mess pork at S17.-50, hams at 10al2j cts. ; sides at 9i cts.. and shoulders at 7} els. 500 bbls. Ohio whiskey sold at 22 cts. New York, November 2. Flour firm—sales 9500 bbls. at S4,15a4,35 for stale. Wheat dull—white SI.50, western Si.14. Corn firm—sales 20,000 bus. Pork steady at SI6.85 for Mess and $ 13.75 ior prime. Whisky dull. Baltimokk, Oclober 30. Flour dull and declining; Ohio and Howard st. are. quoted at S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

DEATHS At the residence of his mother, near Grcensburg, on the 21st ult, John H. Hoops, formerly ot Bellefonte. During Mr. Hoops' residence in this county, he attracted the attention of many warm friends, and won the esteem of the public by his correct deportment, industrious-habits, and the modest display of brilliant abilities. Disease then, was insidiously at work on his frame, but he seemed to bear up with a christian fortitude, conscious of his condition, and patiently waiting his dissolution.— He was very young, almost too young to die —but alas, it is needless to mourn one whose death was certainly a relief from suffering. Student. fiECTUKE. DR. WILLIAM ELDER, of Philadelphia, will deliver the first ofa course of lectures for the benelit of the Bellofonto Fencibles on Tuesday evenin" Nov. 2"d, 1858, in the. Court House in Bellefonte. The public are invited to attend. Tickets of admission can bo procured from either of the undersigned Coinmitlec of Arrangements. 25 Cts eac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

W. A, THOMAS, Jr. & CO, HAVE JUST RECEIVED A &AHC5-E STOCK ©F DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, FISH AND SALT. Which they are now opening, and offer to the public and their friends. Bellefonte. Nov. 5lh, 1858.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

r"|^HE best Worm Medicine in use, (tr. I 3. Miles' Worm Espeller) can always be had by the bottle or quantity, from the sole proprietors Bellefonte, Nov. 5. GREEN & McMEEN. mELEGUAPH MESSAGES sent to all I parts of the United States and Canadas. Office at the Drug Store of Bellefonte, Nov. 5, GREEN <y McMEEN. A LARGE supply of that well known remedy Sanford's Tnvigorator, has just been lyceived by GREEN & McMEEN, Nov. 5.'58. Agents for Centre Cp. I7ANCY ARTICLES. The largest and . best assortment of Fancy Articles iu town, can always be had at the Drug Store of November Dili, '58. GREEN ti McMEEN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

FALL & WINTER CLOTHING Tin© largest, Cheapest AND BEST STOCK OF KEAES'E'-MAESE CLOTIMWCU

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

WM. M'CLELLAND "OESFECTETLLY informs his old cusjL\i lomcrs and the public that he has received one of the largest and best selecied slock of Rcadyi:iade Clothing as well as a large and select assortment of Cloths, Casimers, Satinctts, Satins ^c-.eyer oflered to the people ol'Ceuirc county, comprising a selection of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING, in which is embraced every article necessary lor a gentleman's complete wardrobe. His slock has been selecied with greal care, and he flatters him self lhat the goods now offered, were not only purchased with a view to economy, but with a fixed, purpose not to be excelled in durability, elegance and fashion. In order to keep up with the trade of largo cities, he has established the cash system hoping by adhering to such a system of business, lo bo enabled always to furnish his customers with the latest styles of goods, made up by the most celebrated manufactures in the country. lie also gives notice that he continues to manufacture garments ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF READY MADE CLOTHING OlothSi Casimers. Vesthigs. &c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

J. MONTGOMERY & SON RESPECTFULLY inform the public and their old customers and friends, lhat they have received from ihe eastern market, one of the largest and most extensive assortment of Steady-Made CloliaiBag as has ever been brought to this place. The assortment now opened is expressly adapted to FALL AND WINTKIt WEAK! and comprises all kinds of goods of the very latest styles. They would also inform the public thai they have just received from the Eastern markets a very large anp superior assortment of Cloths, Cassimercs and Testings, of the Fall and Winter Styles, which will be made up to order, on short notice, by experienced hands, their superior facilities enabling them to get up an ENTIRE SUIT IN ONE DAY S5"CaIl and see the New Goods—they will bo sure to please, in style, quality, and price. N. B.—Goods furnished by customers will be made up as usual. Bellefonte, Nov. 5,1853.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

NEW FANCY GOODS. MRS. SOURBECK HAS just received from Philadelphia a well selected stock of FANCY DRESS GOODS, which she offers.to her friends and Ihe public a( the most reasonable prices. The store is located in ihe building formerly known as theTemperancc Hotel, where she will be happy to see and accommodate her friends 85" A young lady of experience has been employed to attend to the business of the establishment Bellefonle, IMov. 5th 1858. NEW O00DS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

BRtf GOODS AND GROCERIES. E. €. HV1HES&BROTHEB, EFAVE just received a large stock$Ss/ L of Dry Goods, Clothing and Groc- 2p§8 cries, which they are now opening at their old stand. The stock consists in part of LADIES FANCY DRESS GOODS, composed of DeLaincs and Calicoes, Ginghams and Alpacas, Marine Plaids and French Merino, Devitie Cloths, and other choice articles of Ladies wear. CLOTHS AND CASIMERS in endless variety, and at prices lo suit customers. GROCERIES AND QUEENSWARE. A full and and well selected stock of these articles have just been opened, which they offer to the public at the most reasonable prices. Bellefonte, Oct. 22, 1858. tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 5 November 1858

Mew €»©©€&§ l jpIIAS. McBRlDE respectfully informs \ ^J his friends and the public generally lhat he has just received at his store, corner of Allegheny and Bishop streets, a general supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, CONSISTING OF eorpss. T2&. sucs-ab. s-Yaup. SPICES, SAL']'', SOAPS, GLASS. QUEENSWARE, HARDWARE, CUTLERY, boots and shoes of first quality* and all sizes, stone ware, water and sugar crackers, com brooms, Duck 3!s, rubbers, clotheslines, &c. Ready made cloth ing, flannel shirts and drawers, and muslins, prints, hosiery, hats and caps, gloves, trimmings. &c. &c. Call and see, as he intends to sell very low for cash, or in exchange for marketing at cash prices. Bellefonte, Oct. 20th 1858.—by

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