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

C?"The following is the result of elections for the next Congress, as far as known, compared with the same States in the present Congress : October, 1858 Oct. 1858. DEM. OPP'S. OEM. OPP'K. Pennsylvania 15 10 4 21 Ohio 9 12 6 15 Indiana 6 5 2 8 South Carolina 6 — 8 — Florida 1 — .1 — Iowa — 2 — - 2 Missouri 4 1 5 — California 2 — 2 — Maine — 6 — 6 Massachusetts— 11 — 11 New York 12 21 5 28 Vermont — 3 — 3 Michigan — 4 — 4 New Jersey 3 2 — 4

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

58 . 77 33 102 Opp'n Majority 19 Opp'n maj. 68 EST It is now asserted that Mr. Buchanan is opposing, through his menials, the re-election of Gen. Shields, U. S. Senator from Min asota. Truly, James has become mad, and his bump of combative opposition needs lancing. The old gentlemen is determined to die opposing all his former friends. Wheatland, its silent groves and antique rooms, is now the appropriate place for the old bachelor, and the sooner he retires to this retreat, the better for himself, his country and his friends.

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

Bb*" Lord Napier has informed the State Department that the Nicaraguan Government will avail itself of the aid of the British fleet ' .o prevent the landing of Walker and his filibusters upon the soil of that country, while our Government considers itself able to enforce our'neutrality laws without such assistance, and would be disposed to regard such an interference by Great Britain as importunstc. tsrThe opposition in Tennessee is beginning to move. The Nashville Patriot proposes a Convention to be held in that city on the 22d ot February, to which "the Americans and Whigs of Tennessee, and all olh ers who are opposed to the radical tendencies and impolitic measures of the Democracy,'' shall be invited. ^"Utah correspondence state that the leading men sanguinely expect the admission of the territory into the Union as a Stale during the next session of Congress for 1858-59- They claim a population of one hundred thousand, and that the United States has no right to. withhold a...

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

FACTS AND FANCIES Yellowplusb vs. Preachers. Our friend Yellowplush, the amiable but ubiquitous Charles has been taken to task for asserting that he is opposed to preachers and preaching. Hear him defend himself:— " Some of my friends seem to think lhat I have "committed a henious offense by asserting that I am opposed to preachers and preaching. Well, in the language of my departed associate, Samewell Weller, wot of itt A man has a right, to estimate his fellows as he pleases, but that estimation does not necessarily fix their value—and in the same spirit, my opposition to preachers does not detract from their respectability, neither does it effect their usefulness. But, sir, I still believe, that preachers are not what they are cracked up to be,—and you may take them from the Pope down to the humblest itinerant in the land. Pi eachers, well sir, it is my candid opinion yet, that we have too much preaching. Yes sir, we have loo much preaching. We have too much profession, and...

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

THE NEWS —There is no abatement of the yellow fever in the Spthern cities. ^*.—The Chicago and Galena railroad, during the month of October, earned $130, 000, gross. . —Sixty persons were united to M. E. Church, on Forrest Hill, Union county, during a late revival of onlj one week. ¦ —The people of Maine, Wisconsin, Illinois, and Rhode Island, will observe the 25th lost, as a Thanksgiving Day. —A Farm consisting of 200 acres of land, was recently sold in Lancaster county, for $22,Q0O.. —Within a few months the police of New York have made twenty thousand complaints for violations of the Sunday laws, not one of which has been prosecuted. —In Indiana the crickets have, in some instances, destroyed whole fields of lately sown wheat, and the farmers have been compelled to replow and sow over again. —A $5,000 match at billiards for the championship is about to come off between John Serveiter, of Detroit, and Phelan, of New York. ¦ —At St. Louis at a German boarding house, 18 pers...

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

The act-to restrict-the immigration of Chinese into, California is now in operation. —Tbe editor of the Boon County( Ky ) News has been shown a bird of plover species," full grown, which had neither flet nor legs, nor the least sign of ever having any. —A physician of New Orleans, a few days since, tried the experiment of transfusion on a patient who was dying for want of blood nourishment, with complete suc cess. • —A marriage between a Frenchman and an English girl, duly solemnized in Eng land, both parties being the full age, has been declared void in France, for want of consent of the husband's father —Barrett, convicted of the murder of Reevo Lewis, who was respited for two weeks, was to be hanged in Washington few days since, but the President commuted bis sentence to imprisonmentfor life in the Penitentiary. —On the 1st inst, the hours for labor, in the shops of the Pennsylvania Hail Road Company, were reduced from ten to nine per day This reduction of time, and conse...

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

LOCAL NEWS ICT^We are indebted to the telegraph reporter at this station for the following: Jacob Leidy son of John Leidy, of Turbutville, aged about 21 years, was accidently shot with arifle, on Wednesday of last week, while out with a.hunting party on White Deer Mountain, the party consisted 0f flve—and were traveling down the mountain single file, witbr their rifles loaded, when one of the party in attempting to fix the cap on his gun, accidehtly discharged it, the contents lodging in the side of Mr. Leidy, killing him almost instantly, tbe only words he uttered were, "I am shot dead," and instantly expired. | C7*Tbe dwelling for tbe Superintendent of the cemetery, is almost ready for occupancy. The building doubtless cost sufficient money to have erected a comfortable dwelling, but the long narrow and grave-like appearance of the house will make any thing but a comfortable abode. |Q"A man (name unknown) made a very narrow escape while engaged in painting the German Refor...

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

THE MARKETS Reported for the Central Frets Bellefonte, Nov. 11, 1858. The only change in the grain, market is a rise in corn, which has gone up to 45 c'.s per bushel. Other grain remains-steady, although the article received is not prime and to the eastern market would only be taken as second rate. For Shipment there is no grain in store.— This is owing partly to the prices below, and the fast approaching close of navigation. Few boats will now risk a through trip, and trade on ihe canal at present from Bellefonte, does not extend funher than the coal regions.. We notice a rise in butter, an article which is in areat demand at present. Prime buttei readily brings i8c£.s per lb.. The followingare (he quotations up to noon yesterday. While Wheat, per bushel, •"•J"; Red " ' " ei-13 R,e - .. . ?0 Corn.! •' *5 Earn Earg, " *0 Oais,v " .28 Prime Cloverseed, «' ,-.,» <M<» Barley, ". W Buckwheat. ", JO Tallow, per pound, 10 Butler. " i9 Lard, " 15 Eggs, per doz. 18 C...

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

Philadelphia, lWember 9-Flour unchanged—sales at $5 50 for good extra and $5 75 for extra family; superfine is offered at 85 without salejft^ jiye Flour is dull atS4 124. Corn Meaf al£3 75. Good wheal in moderate request—sales, of 3000 bushels of red on private terms; red quoted at Si 18al 23; white at SI 27. New Eye commands 72a75c. Corti Detter—sales of 2, 500 bushels old yellow at 80c; new al 62;i70o. Oats unchanged—1,500 bushels prime Penn'a sold at 43s. Whiskey firmer—sales of Penn. barrels at 21$; Ohio at 22$. New York, Nobember 9. Flour has advanced—eales of 13,550 bbls, at S4 S5a4 30 for State; S4 25aS4 40 for Ohio; $5a$5 35 for Southern. Wheat buoyant—sales 20000 bus. at SI 18al 19 for western red. Corn advanced—sales 15,000 bus. al 76$a78c for mixed and 86a88c for white.

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

BUSINESS NOTICES Isaac May has received another invoice of Dry Good?, Geoceiies and Hardware. Among the dry goods are some very elegant styles and paterns of articles expressly for the ladies. In this line, May is determined not to be excelled, and the ladies seem equally determined to encourage the liberality and good taste in which Isaac contributes to their fashionable wants. The other poitions of this new invoice are worthy of examining, and we recommend our friends to his house for bargains. Young America Corn Sheller has just taken the first piemium and a silver medl at the fair recently held in Syiacuse, N. Y. On that occasion the premiums were contested by sorne of the best, machines extant, but Young America triumphed over all, and; admitted 10 have no superior. The proprietor ¦of this and the adjoining counties, is now prepared to make agencies for the sale of any part of ihe territory of Central Pennsylvania. The inducements to persons out of employment, are very ...

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

DEATHS In Millheim, on the 7th inst. Mr. John V.Hoover, aged about 28 years. In Penn township, on 6ih inst, Mr. John Harter, aged about 65 years. In this place, on the 9ih inst., Sarah Permelia, infant daughter of Rev. Edmund B. Snyder, aged 1 month and 23 days. In this placed on the 9th inst., Bridget O'Loughlin, a<red 50 years. . In Ferguson township on the 4th ult., James R. Meek, son of Henry and Rachel Meek, aged 4 years, 10 months and'3 days'. .

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

Jwcice. ALL persons holding the Bonds of the Tyrone and Lock Haven Railroad Company, issued Nov. 14th 1857, payable twelve months after date, will present them for payment at the office of the President, ou and after the 15th inst._ tnc WM. UNDERWOOD, Presid't. Uhiouville. Ccritre co. Pi-, Nov. 13, 1858,

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

WINCHESTER & CO. ---'-.' GjENTbEMEN'S - FURNISHING STORE. ¦ . - AND Patent Shoulder Seam Shirt Manufactory, AT THE OlD STAND, No. T08 CHES rSUT STEET, PH1L.AD' A. OPPOSITE TOE WASHINGTON HOUSE. A. WINCHESTER will give, as heretofore, his personal supervision of the Cutting and Manufacturing departments". Orders lor his celebrated style of Shirts. Drawers and Colars filled at the shortest notice. Persons desiring'to order Shirts, can be supplied with ihe formula lor measurement, on application by mail.. Constantly on hand, a varied and select stock of Gentlemen's Furnishing goods. ' '¦ JCrWholesale orders' supplied on liberal terms. November 12th, 1858.—ly.

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

J. W. SCOTT, (lATS OF THE FIRM OF WINCHESTER b SCOTT.) GENTLEMEN'S

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

FURNISHING STORE AND SHIRT MANUFACTORY, 814 Chestnut Stieet, (Nearly Opposite Girard House,) Philadelphia. J. W.SCOTT would respectfully call the attention of his former patrons and friends to his new Store, and is prepared to fill orders for SHIRTS at short notice. A perfect fit guaranteed. Country Trade supplied with Fine Shirts and Collars. November 12tb, 1858.—ly.

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

Notice TO THE TAX COLLECTORS OF CENTRE COUNTY.—The condition of the Treasury, and the heavy expenses that will be incurred by the next term of (he courts of Centre county, which will continue two weeks, makes it our duly to urge the several Collectors ol Centre county to make every exertion to collect and pay into tho Treasury on or before the first week of the November court as large amounts of the taxes, as possible. By order of the Board or Commissioners: THEO. Ml'FFLY. Clk. Com'rs Office, Bellefonte. Nov.. 12th '58. Assignee's Notice. TBE undersigned having been appointed Assignee to settle the business affairs of 1a cob Wolf and J. & J. C. Wolf, of the town of Aaronsburg, hereby notifies all persons knowing themselves indebted to either firm, to come forward and make immedivte settlement, and all those having cliims, to present their accounts properly authenticated for settlement. . . THOS. HARPER, Aaronsburg, Nov, 12th 1858. Assignee. liECTIJJRE. DR. WILLIAM ELDE...

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

NEW FANCY GOODS MRS. SOURB13CK HAS just received from Philadelphia a well selected stock of FANCY DRESS GOODS, which sh e offers to her friends and the public at the roost reasonable prices. ^ The slore is located in the building formerly known as the Temperance Hotel, where she will be happy 10 see and ac.ommodale her friends Jfc?"A young lady ofcxperience has been employed to altend 10 the business of the establishment Bellefonte, Nov. 5lh 1858.

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

LOOK HERE MOLASSES, Coffee, Sugars and Teas, of the vsrv best quality, for sale at tho cheap Grocery and Provision Store of JOS. R. MUFFLY &. CO. HAMS, Shoulders, Sides, dried Beef, Fish and Sail, for sale at the cheap Grocery and Provision Slore of JOS. R-MUFFLY & CO. CANDIES, Nuts, Crackers and Cegars, • of the very boss qualities, for sale, wholesale or retail, at the cheap Grocery.and Provision Store of JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. BOOTS, Shoes, Queensware, GIassw are Stoneware. Crockerjware and nil "other wares", for sale at the cheap Grocery and Provision Store of JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. TITASHBOARBS, Umberellas, Fancy JT,! Toys, and many other articles not mentioned, for sale JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. FRESH BUTTER, Eggs &c., always for sale by JOS. R MUFFLY & CO.

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

Just Received i Putnam's Patent Window Blind Rollers at the store of Tonner & Steel. Fresh Mackerel—Half bbls., *r bbls. and Kits at the store of Tonner & Steel. S " uper French Btk, twilled Broad Cloth at the store of Tonner & Steel. C arriage Hubs and Fellows, Cawvass, Sattincll. Damask and Fringe tat the store tof Tonner & Steel. White Beans, a large supply at the Store of Tonner & Steel. Oil and fancy Window Blinds and fixtures, at the store of Tonner & Steel. W all Paper, a large stock at the store of . Tonner & Steel. Dr ess and Soft Hats, a good assortment at the store of Toirti'cV^-' Stool: Steel Springs and Iron Axles at the store of Tonner #¦ Steel; A fresh arrival of the best brands of Segasd at the store oC Tonner & Steel.

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

THE best Worm Medicine in nse, (Gr. J. Miles' Worm Expeller) can always be had bv the bottle or quantity, from the sole proprietors y BoII6fonte, Nov. 5. GREEN & McMEEN. fTVELEGRAPH MESSAGES sent to all JrT parts of the United Slates and Canadas. Office at the Druff Store of .' Bellefonte, tfbv. S, . GREEN «J-*McM EEN. 4 LARGE supply of that, well known /V remedy Sanford, s"In'vigorat6r„has just been ryc£vedb *y y GREE^f.&J«cMEEN, Nov. 5. '58. Agents for1 Centre Co: FANCY ARTICLES. The largest and best assortment of Fancy Articles in town, ran' alwavs bo had at ihe Drug Store of November 5lh, '58. GREEN & McMEEN. MRS ALLEN'S Zylobalsamum can be had at GKEES & McMKKtVS. it-j-vv ..-j . .--.'¦- ¦ t'-si - ¦-.-

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