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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS Aff mf&HSSSSS'S VV II 0 L E S A L E AND R E T AIL. TF YOU WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTMENT -L of cheap boots and shoes, go to Burnside's. YS'ATEIt PROOF BOOTS at Burnside's LET ALIi the people call and examine the boots and shes at Burside's, before purchasing elsewhere. A SAVING of 25 per cent by buying your boots and shoes at Burnside's. A UB£ICAIi deduction made to those who buy to sell again. 30 njFJ' -£UJS> TT kind's of ladies shoes at Burnside's. CI 1'Y inaac boots and shoes, at prices' to suit the - limes at Burnside's. THE largest stock of boots and shoes ever brought . to Bellefonte, at Burnside's. AT Burnside's Cheap Boot and Shoe store wo study to please- '' LEATHER of all descriptions aC.B'urnside'a. i>! 'FONT'S fine double glazed Rifle Powder and Ely's English waterproof Caps for hunters at Bumside's. - ' SHOD Findings of all descriptions at Burnside's. HIDES, Skins and Furs of all descriptions boutgh at Burnside's. Sept. 17....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

. Kew d©@€i® i JT1HAS. BIcBEiDE.respectfully iDfornis \_y his friends and the public generally that he has just received at his store, corner of. Allegheny and Bishop streets, a general supply of FALL AND WINTER GOODS, CONSISTING OF a&TFBIS. TSA. STEJC3-.&.R. i^aup. SPICES, SALT. SOAPS; GLASS. QUEERSWARE, HARDWARE; CUTLERY, boots and shoes of first quality and all sizes, stone ware, water and sugar crackers, corn brooms, Duck-•2!s, rubhers. clotheslines, &e. Realty made clothing, flannel shirts and drawers, and muslins, prims, hosiery, hats and caps, gloves, trimmings. &e. &e. Call and see, as he intends to sell very low for cash, or in exchange for marketing at cash prices. Belidonto, Oct. 2'Jlh 1858.—by

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

NEW FANCY GOODS sssis. s©hjkbbcb: TTAS just .received from Philadelphia a n I well selected stock of FANCY DRESS GOODS which-.shc offers to her friends and the public at the most reasonable jn'ioes. ' . - The store is located in the'building, formerlyknowp as the Temperance Hotel, where she will be happy to see and ac;onimodaie her friends- s SCTA young lady of experience has been employed to attend to the business of ihe establishment Beilefonie, Nov. 5th 1S53. , ' , , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

BY DiNIEL GRAHAM Poels have written, but alas, I shrink To trace expression on this spotless page, A.nd pause,'like one, before a gaping brink Before 1 trifle with the muses rage. But beautyj'like a spirit, woos me onj; ' And virtue smiles as I attempt tHe'task, To blend rough words into a simple song,-Perhaps to fail, as doggerel fails at last, Sincere at least's the tiomage that I bring, Sincere ihe motive that inspires my mind, Though others to thee, in noble strains dp sing, And ta.k.of love, which, half the time is blind. .'i As if the ladies, with yon among them, too, Were bound to listen with awillingear. To every simpleton tfho is moved to woo, In awkward bowing and with boyish fear. : -2 ranscrieed from a Lady's Album Iiihes,.to JSallie T . Let others praise, and sing of love who will, And talk'of popping questions and the like, I have better work for my old worn goose . quill, Than snt h, or any similer nonsense lo indite To the I sing, as to a woman true; . Bles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

Freasiable,asad JS-esoMtiiosas. l\izaed at the aimuul'mcctiny of lhe Centre County Teachers Institute, on Thursday, Novemhcr 11, 1858. 'W-hereaS; The principles upon -which our Common School System is based, constitute the great corner stone of our Republican Institutions and aro sacred to the heart of every Pennsylvania!! and American, and, Whereas, The enlighten id people of this Gotnmoawoalth, and particularly of this eomiauiiity, have become recently, mors than ever, interested mtbebcncScial workings of the system, it becomes the absolute duty of the teachers arid members of this Institute'to reaffirm their unalterable devotion tlu'reto—and do hereby pledge ourselves to use every honorable -.means calculated to bass that system oh- this most sure ancl reliable foundation, thereby, securing its richest benefits to all. .'ifsoloed, That the establishment of TeachersInstitutes, is the most effectual aid, in preparing the teacher for the competent, efficient and energetic discharg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

A TBeaiitifnVsmet' eli.-Strauss is a second Orpheus, whose tender-moving, spirit-stirring, love-kissing music conquers the most-inveterate enmey of Terpsichore; whose magic sounds soothe hearts, still sighs, dry -tears, tame wild beasts', and move the stones.themselves. Straus's-lias.-written waltzes that • are more to mo. than.many operas. All arc.sung and, trifledj.aud played throughout Europe. Gobbler and dandy hum and pipe them. We hoar them in the. street, at the bail, in' the garden, and at the theatre. - The dancing Viennese carry brin on their shoulders and shout "Strauss forever'?' ¦ ¦This Straus's—this wal'.s-hero — loved the daughter of a count. Sophie was her name Her eye was bluer than Italy's heaven, and softer ..than-the sweet.light of the evening star. Grace and beauty were in every motion, and music in every, tone. In'a.word Sophie was-^eftH4ifuJ,-dazzlii>gl^bcautifu>k-He would have given worlds to win but one glance of love : but she was cold." Madn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

NO--V as she paused after the.giddy.whirl ot'ilu dance, she turned her eyes towards the ,pale, grief ^stricken Straus's, in his robes* of s'o'r-r row.-.and mourning,;and mot his ;picrcing loc& of despainglove.; 'j: ~: '...,. It was more than pily sh's felt—;-it wai remorse, it was'kindling.'lo'ye. R tsrribl'j pain, awoke in her heart, like a.swelling strea'tn, growing eve.r';wider.and deeper, threatenJog to overwhelm aijd destroy; Ijtev quite.. Gladly sn6 would have.wepi, bufs she dared not. It sounded twelve o'clock', and Strauss-gave the signaj.forthe..j)crforiilance'bf the new wdtz. ..The gay-dancer-! stood,;upj;Sophie, on the arm of the happy bfidegrotfm,. > AH stood spell-b'onnd-.wifcV the .wondrous^ witchery' of those mag'c sounds. They forgot to dance, they ga'z,ij' wonderingly ,np at the pale.man.in black/ whose grief-torn soul breathad oat its woe through the souding' strings of his instrument. Ilis tow irJaved,' with his heart went his spirit. The brid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

•—We have'three days later 'news frtm Europe by the arrival of the.steamship CIr-, c'assran, at St. Johns, N. F... There had been a decline in cotton, and the market closed with, a downward tendency. .The British war steamer Gorgon, w.h'ich has' just arrived at Plymouth, England froin Halifax, took soundings for another lint-' of Atlantic telegraph from the banks of Newfoundland to the entrance'of the English channel, via. Fayal; The submarine' telegraph between Dover-and Calais •; had censed working,'and was. believed1 to Le broken. The Portugese government yieTdi up the Charles, et Georges to France, declaring that the threatened-use bf fSrce -alone caused it to do so.' -'.& —A row secured on Sunday in the fifteenth ward Philadelphia, between ,two Itishmen named Wm..EJa JNeelis andBartiey Murray. . The former was-stabbed with a. knife and fell dead upon the spot. The affair occurred in a drinking house. Murray escaped and has not yet been arrestul.' . —We learn from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

jJCJ*And so the Catholics are to have no more. Marys. The Pope has issued his 'bull' forbidding every true Catholic, in view of the 'immaculat Conception' and divine nature of the Virgin Mary, from calling his child by that sacred name What would His Holiness say to Moll\7 figp-A piece of'petrified v^ood, with a screw perfectly formed in it, was rccently fouud one hundred and fifty feet beneath the surface of the earth, near Panota, Mississippi. It was embedded in what appeared to have beena blockof hic'ory wood IwcIvj or fifteen' inches square J5@>"Db.you believe in second lore, Misther M'Quade?" "Do I believe in second love? Humph !' If a man buys a pound of sugar, itu't iri sweet? and when it's gone, doii't' lie want a'flothc pound, arid isn't Eha't sweet: too ' . Troth, Murphy, I believe in second love." SCJ^An Old Line-Whig has been lately defined, by Mr. Bates of Missouri, to bo 'a respcdtadle gentleman of the old school wh.> takes his • liquor regularly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

figjL,The Atlantic Cable celebration co t tho New York Corporation $20,000: Atd ttio Cable itself isn't wWth 20 te'ntr. gC*»The Oty mpic games, sifter being dis continucb for fifteen hundred years, inre-established a| Athens,', in the accia Stabium, by a decrei of B.egent of-Greece

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

gr^Rev. Henry Ward Beecber's oon"re«ation have vated to build a church capable of seating sixthousand people. The amount required to buy the church' will be ^175,000 ; §20,000 was subscribed by four individuals. |C7>!'Shall I hive your hand"' sai a:i exquisite lo a belle, as the daiee waV about tocomn eiiej. "With all my heart/... was the soft '.espojse. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

BELLEFONTE; CENTRE CO., PA. FRIDAY,.NOVEMBER 19, 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

Wholesale & ^Retail Cheap Boot and Shoe Store BELLEFONTE, CENTRE COUNTY, PENN'a.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

"tVT-RS. ALLE-N'ii Xylobalsauium can bo JLuL had at- . OUEKS & i'cMKl'-N'S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

€iic Central Buss BELLEFONTE, PA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

TO » OR RESI'OA DENTS Dr.a.)cr..\T. —"What |i;irt or lhe Cincinnati platform ilid Mr. Buchanan violate, if ho violated any ?" l?y his course on the Kansas question, he is charged wild having viol^'ed lhe following: •• Hetaleal, Thai WE rtcngniac the rigtil of lhe peop'fi.of-sl! "'the.territories,' including Kansas and ilcbr.iska, noting through Ilia legally and fairly expressed will of a'majority of the actual rcsi* - ./dents, and whenever the number of their inhabitants justifies it; to form a constitution, with or wiihout domestic slavtry.and he al.'mitled info the Unioji upon terms of perfect equality with the other stales." You must read for yourself, and judge how well Mr, Buchanan merits this charge. Tiif. Ini-l apportionment was made in 1842, and tj.,o census of 1810 was use J in making the division of Congressional districts. Tho Elector,*- Col-Jcgc, until thp first enumeration was.rjado, con' sisted of 65 electors. Virginia ihon hnd ilic liirg. oof number (8). New Y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

Personal mud Political .Hon. Joshua R. Giddings is lecturing in lhe Sia'.e of Missouri. * A new Cuban revolutionary Junter has been formed in New Orleans. , The Naval list of lieutenants is exhausted, every officer of that rank being now on duty. Two editors have been arrested in New York city for violating the law against publishing lotteries. Ferdinand Wood, ex Mayor of New York, lias resigned his seat as a member of the Grand Court of Tammany Hall. The Middlefown Journal suggests Col John VV. Forney as the anti-National Administration candidate for Governor in I860. Ex-Governor Samuel Medary, of Ohio, has been tendered the appointment of Governor of Kansas. The administration is said to be very anxious to have opened to the public tho Nicaragua Tunnel route. Two murderers, both sentenced to be hung, recently escaped from prison in Rockland county, N. Y. A bill has been presented to the Georgia legislature providing for lhe repeal of the csasse in lhe CousliUition preventi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

•SSbmreithan tills UHUrifl (Carolina fe ^ssrveS urfilin tthe wiiesv lb) gmeiren!! tfe iprasnaliajs 6 iscsTEiry sS tiihs lamSEBlB mf His forthcoming EsecelsTS srejsMas, aas2 especially' the President^ SIer=age. Prof. Parker Cleveland, the eminent chertis! and mineralogist of Bowdoin College, died on- the 15th ult., aged 70 years. He was no less remarkable For his scientific research than his eccentricity and simplicity. The Commissioner of the Land Office, on the 4ih inst.. transmitted to the Governor of Aikansas patent No. 5 of swamp and overflowed lands in Helena district, containing 431,519 acres. One hundred thousand dollars have been raised to elect honest men to office in New Yoik city. The "experiment is dangerous in such a corporation, and we doubt if any honest man would be willing to ri6k his reputation by holding office in Gotham. Secretary Cob, of the Treasury, is decidedly opposed to any increased protection to the interests of Pennsylvania, and rather than recommend...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

rr l 34 80 114 Ieca omplonmaJorily on joint ballot 46. p rw-ps? tV. L. Dudley received 22.-o ,o vote" fo^G. ikKibben, 3%833; and F. i. -rw-9 293—lhe two first being nominees J.f I,t Do-.da. flcmcciacy, and lhe la=i of tho JU;i libiiean !>«'•'}'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 19 November 1858

HepsuMicasaisSsi. The coming winter -in'Washington cilv. will deckle on the national organization of the Republican party. Many movements in that . t'ireslion have been made—but none of a character to give vitality to the Organization, or" even dignify it with proper shape and prol portions. The difficulty in lhe for'rnalion of a ne'w political party just now, is ihe many aspirants for the Presidency, and. the majoriiy of these aspirants are ontsijeof the Demociatic party, or afloat, re?.dy to connect themselves with any party or adopt any platform which will bear them safely into the While house. It is these aspirants who will present a formidable barrier to the national organization, of the Republican parly, and however inflated the masses of that parly may be with iheir successes of October and November last, it will be a herculean underiaking to harmonize and satisfy the men who pretend to be Republican leaders, on any platform which can claim the dignity of nationality.— In N...

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