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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

fflGBCHA'n'T ;;T:"A-IIiOR. x "e.'corner of the diamond. rpHE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens lol Bellefonte and vicinity, that lie lias just returned f7om Philadelphia with a full -~»t°l SPRING AND SUMMER .GOODS, which he is now opening at his old stand one door ^r^seBroSSsc;^;f raer Cassimercs, and Linen Drill, (or PANTS; Black Satin. ! ¦ iguredbill>s and. White snd fjgurecI, Mar. • saiells for VESTIN6S, which he will ma* up to order-in Myl^w :.u« he ^„^Wpfe"£S-°^p Hl^f men,persons may rely on getting their work well ''W'nan^lbr the p-iron«Sc heretofore besso'vdd, he reipectfully solicits a conuntianee^fihc tsme, . VV.»4. =>. t - Bellefonte, May 20,1658.-6in. :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

J*:.BL ST^TEBIj ATTORNEY-AT-LAW:, Bellefonte, Centre .fDo..,.V.»h . "\X7ill attend promptly, to all legal business in-W truslcd to his care. Particular attention paidio Collections, and all • monies promptly remitted. Office on High street*, formerly occupied by Hon. James Uuinsideand D.CVBoal. Esq. _ N. E. Consultations either in. German or h-nglish. [Juno Snd, JSaS. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

• &Ba W. SWARTZ, Watch ana ker assfi Bealeriaa _Jewela,y,':&;c.j'- "" - • Sign of the big GILT WATCH, next door to the stoic of E. C. Humes &Bro'; ¦ '- Watches and Jewclrv- repaired and warranted. Bellefonte, August 18,1858.—6m . s "Bcliffogle August.l 188*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

fJAYVBAGS OF GROUND ALUM SALT. fJUV 500 do Dairy and Table Salt for sale low for cash by Sciii. 15. W. A. THOMAS. Jr.& CO, ESeyoaiu. . We must not doubl, or.fear, or diead that lovefor life is only given. And.that Ihe calm and sainted dead will meet estranged and cold in heaven:— Oh, love were poor and vain indeed, based on so harsh and stern a creed. True that this earth must pass away, with all the starry worlds of light, With all the glory of the day, and calmer tenderness of night; For, in that radiant home can shine only the immortal and divine. Earth's ower things—her pride, her. fame, her science, learning, wealth and power Slow growths that through long ages come, or fruits of some convulsive hour, Whose very memory mqst decay—heaven is too pure for such as they. They are complete ; their work is done. So let them.sleep in endless rest. Love's life is only here begun, nor is, nor can be,, fully.blest; : - ._. , It has no room to spread its wings, amid this cr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

NoveaaatBea*, "Wosaacaa. aescl.. .iBoasae. " Ard is there- found a. wretch so base of mind., That woman's powerful beauty dares con-. demn, Exactest work of Heaven ! He ill deserves Or love, or pity : friendless let him.see Uneasy, tedious days.;.despised, forlorn, As stain of human race; bul.may the mart That cheerfully recounts the females' praise find equal love, and love's untainted -sweets Enjiy with-honor." . ,.; Pitim-ips. We are far (ram' supposing with the poet, that woman's position upon the farm, asdescribed last month, is owing to any special depravity developed by rural life. Pacts warrant the belief, that the tone of morals is higher in..the country than in the city. It. is es much the result of inattention and ignorance as of any rural cause and woman isofteatimes as culpable as man for her position. It can hardly be expected that the young husband,- after the romance of courtship and the honeymoon is oyer, will be more thoughtful of -her welfare than she is herself...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

" '"Me "Pled' I»6oa,'- . ;. "Ifc-was a sad funeralt'6 me,'' said the speaker/' the saddest' I have attended for years;''-- ' '¦ ;¦" ¦- --• •'- -'' '-.'-.-• "That -of Edmondson?'*...!. :'¦¦.-¦: -"YeS.'^ i't;: ,: .-- A.\ ' ¦ <- ¦ ¦ ¦¦ .'.'How.did be. die'/'' .,. , _ , "Poor—poor as pov.erty^-his life was one'lpng str.uggle"with-"the world, and.at every'disadyahtagei Fortune mooted him all the while with" gplden'^promises that were; flever destine'd to kno'fr fulfillment." "Yet he was'patien't and enduring," remarkPd-:ohe 'of--the company" --"Patient as a* christian—enduring as a martyr," was ¦aoswered.^'Poor man ! he was worthy of a-better, fate.-.;He; ought to iave.succeeded, for,,he deserved success." "Did he.not, succeed?'' questioned the onp: who had spoke of .his perseverance and endurance. , ,.,".- „. .-t j.-: .--, .,-. - '"No sir. He'die'd pporvas I have just said." i^othing that jb' e'put.hia Hand to ever succeeded. A', strange.' fatality seemed to attend every enterp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

;§rr?;'Js there anything like the ringing laugh of an,innpeent, happy.child? Can anyother.m'usjcVo echo, through the'hearl's inner charnBers? If "is sympathetic, too, beyond o'h'e'r melodies^' When the father is absorbed over bis book) 'which seems' to concentrate every faculty)':h'e bears the'little boy laughing in' bis sporfs,J-and laughs also, he knows not wherefor. !The bright being continually, gathering' inteligence, casts around:US geme of thoughts and perils..of.. ^ affectipn,' till.oar path seems payed with precious stones;fro.m Ileaven's,tro.as: ury. No.day "of storm is dark where he jis —DP wintry evefling long.' A young'child is a fulf- fountain of; delight to the'house and'hVart:.. >•'••'•' ¦'"-' ¦ '' ' ¦ --'--;i '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

¦,.,,.. , i-rz^-y—,.. . .,-Cheer yif.-r^Wbat.if you have failed in business-ryou still, have life and health. Do not sit "uown and cry .over your mishaps, for that will never get you out of debt, nor buy your children frock.. Goto' work at something, eat sparingly, dress moderatelyV drink nothing esciting, and d'bove' atl, keep a- merry heart, and you: will be up: in the.world again. ( ... gcj»A brigbt.and.bea-utiful birdis Hope; -.'it will come, to.us.mid the. darkness .and sings the'.sweetest song, when our spirits are saddest; and when.the .lone" soul .is weary/andlpngs to pass a:Way, it warbles its sunniest note's, and tightens ogain -the slender fibres-ofour hearts:that grief has 'beeri^tcanng-away.; ¦ ' ¦ ' ¦¦ '¦ The Uincinnat.ti.Times says, "the prevailin", epidemic now raging in this city is the thirst for strong drink." We presume the rye faces occasioned by the results of the election have struck- in.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

T HE-NEWS Hearthe story, of a child who.wenfc forth into the; mountain ravine. Wbile the child wan !crd there he cried a1bud to break its lone 'ness, and heard a v< ice. which called to him in the same tone.. .He called again j and,'as he thought, the voice again rhocke'l him; Flushed with anger, he rushed to find- tbe boy who insulted him, but cou'd find none. He then called out to him i-i anger, and, withal, abusive epithets—all of which were faithfully returned to bin^ Choking-with rage, the child ran to his motherland ^ complained that a boy in the woods bad abused and insulted .him with many vile words. But: the mother took her child by the hand, and said: "My child, these.wards were but the.echo of thine own v.oice.r .Whatever.thou-didst call was r--: turned to thee; .-Let this .:¦ be thy dessoti througd life. , The .workl.will be the echo of thine' own spirit. Treat, ihy-fello* with unkindness; and they will an.swer wiih unki.ndness; with love, and thou sbfdt hav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

Handsome Men.—One of our"exehanges'contains-the following curious remaiM relating;to handsome men.' " If you' are ever threatened with a handsome man in the family, ^ ust take a elothespounder while-he is yet in bed, and batter his herd to: a pumice. From \ caiiso cause or another, handsome men are invarirbly asses;' they 6'ultivate their hair and corrplexion so m"uch,: that they never, have time to think about their brains. By the time they reach thirty, their heads and hands are equally soft. ;: Again we say, i* you wish to find an intelligent, man, just look for one with featuress: so . rough that tbey might use his face for a nutmeg grater.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

gCpSelf love is at once the most delicate and the most tenacious ofoursentiments; a mere nothing will wound it, but nothing on the earth will.kill.it. ICpThe dntch are as -famous for their bulls as the Irish. "I be lost two cowsb," said Mynheer, "unt von vash a calf, unt two vash a bull." £gg=»B3 civil tothe woman who biU* the cud of her glove.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

BELLEFONTE, CENTRE CO., PA. JTODAY, NOJEMBP; 14 18«8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

Che Cmtfai $1**00 BELLEFONTE, PA frrlday Morning, HToV. 13, 185S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

TO OORRESPOSDEMTS Tiikrc may be some changes made in the revenue laws, by the next session of Congress, and yet it is doubtful. We have seen it staled, however, ihal an effort would be made to raise the duly on iron 10 an exorbitant rate, in order to compel Ihe 'next Congress to reduce it. This is to be done Cor political cll'ect, in 1860—but wc soppose the best we can all do, is to wait and fccc. fevcLAXD has the largest debt in the World, which amounts to S3,667.798,2S6, arid Saxony, is the umallcsi. which amounts to 50,1S02.7Si. The ilebt of the United States is SS'G^o.fc'OG. which is $1 92 to every man. T'hes'e 'figures are from a cilculalion made'in 1854. The American revolution "spra"^, riot from the tax'(•s imposed by -ihe. 'hOrfle gov'errinienl. but from 'the fact rhdt'the colonies were n'dl allttwed a repra^ehtaiion in the Parliament which imposed 'those taxes. The first Pennsylvania anthracite, coal wm sent to market in 1820, viz'. 365 tbns. In 1856 thero were 7,25...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

Personal and Political. K. H. Cliilton, a money broker, committed suicide in New Orleans on the 4lh inst. Parson Brownlow is mentioned as a candidate lor Governor of Tennessee. Hon. J. Glancy Jones, of Pa., has resigned his seat in Congress. The official returns of Ohio show the average majority for the Republican ticket to be 20,966. James Leslie has been elected cashier of ihe Union Bank of Philadelphia, lately 01-ginized. William C.A.Lawrence of Harrisbtirg, has been strongly recommended by the Harrisburg Telegraph for speaker of the next House X>t Representatives. The Democrats have elected their candidates for Governor and Congressmen in Delaware, and they will also have a majority in the legislature. Among the American notables at Rome at List advices, were Ex-President Pierce and -wife, and Mrs. Senator Gwin and daughter of California. Pennsylvania has six full foreign missions —Mr. Dallas to England, Mr. Reed to Chiiia,,Mr. Chandler to Naples, Mr. Buekalew io Equa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

Ej7"The editor of the Jersey Shore Vedette says that " Douglas is a bad man ; he is the author of all the difficulties that have beset this government in regard to the slavery question for the last six years." Handsome talk for a homely Kan. Judging from a speech made by the editor of the Vedette at Milesburg, a few weeks since, there is no danger that he will ever "perpetrate any mischief It is very strange that the Republican editors in Pennsylvania have not discovered that Senator Douglas' course was ratified in all their triumphs, and that the positions he has taken were used to strengthen their organization. Wheiein Douglas is a bad man, we have yet to learn, except that he is a bad man to meet in debate, when the Constitution and Union are in danger. However, one thing is certain, Stephen A. Douglas is to-day the most popular statesman in the Union.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

I^*A new counterfeit dollar note has made its appearance. It purports to have been issued by the Merchants' Bank of Newburyport,. Massachusetts. The counterfeit is dated July 2,'l858, letter A, and very badly printed on ink paper. The whole note is poorly executed, and only calculated to deceive those not familiar- with bank notes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

Invidious The Norristown (Montgomery county,) Republican extracts a sentence from an editorial which appeared in the Central Press a few weeks since, in which we referred io the proud position of Stephen A. Douglas, and declared that dark indeed would be the day that heralded his defeat. The Republican seems to think that Mr. Douglas occupies a position in which he is capable of perpetrating much mischief. Strange thought, just now, after the influence springing from the actions of the Senator from Illinois, has completely revolutionized the country—after be has boldly rebuked an administration claiming to represent the party of which he is the recognised head—Douglas occupies a position to perpetrate mischief! The fears of the rabid Republican journals are certainly ludicrous,, and some of their positions in regard to Douglas are as grotesque as they are ungrateful and unjust. We begin to believe that the only fear these same gentlemen entertain for Mr. Douglas is, now that h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 12 November 1858

13?*The correspondents in Washington city, and the oracles of the press in commercial cities, have already began to indulge in surmises concerning the forthcoming President's message. These wiseacres are certain that Mr. Buchanan will recommend a specific duty of incieased rates on iron, while others contradict any such intention, but all are really ignorant regarding the intentions of the President. Other rumors have been issued by the same parties, one that some measure to promote the construction of a railroad to the Pacific, will be recommended anothei that a startling issue respecting Cuba or Mexico will be presented ; another] that the Executive will urge attention to our Central American affairs, and saddle upon Congress all the responsibility of any means for securing our national honor and the interests of our citizens in that quarter. None of these points, says an exchange, or all of them, may be adverted to in the message, but until it appears the question cannot be' se...

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