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

"Tlsc ©aided .Jade Wlsaces. The corruption, deceit, meanness and low trickery which have been festering among the leaders of the Democratic party of Centre county, had their origin in Bellefonte with the clique that now seeks to escape theodium which the last defeat of the Democratic party cast upon it. The organ of this same clique, galled by the load which it has been carrying for the past two years, and jaded by the clumsey riders who have been directing its movements, has at lengih spoken, but not in the tone of offended dignity, rror yet in the spirit of conscious innocense, bnt.in the craving, crying, supplicating 'voice/of admitted guilt, and superciliance. The organ of the clique, in the face of the fac!.s, declares it has no connection with any set of men in this Borough who seek to control the action of the Democracy of the county, and its editors assert that they edit their paper with what little ability they possess. Here are two bold declarations, and two as clear fal...

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

1^* Almost every winter, we hear of expeditions leaving Southern cities to invade Nicarauga, and consequently vn late our neutrality laws. To keep, these marrauders at home, the President Issues his proclamation, but his warnings are generally unheaded.— The notorious freebooter, Walker, was in Washington only a few weeks since, engaged in perfecting his plans for another expedition, and if the authorities were sincere, they should have arrested him, and not allowed the bully again to induce others to join his suicidal excursion. Aside from Walker, there are in New York and Philadelphia, the real encouragers of these expeditions—and if Wall and Third streets were vigilently watched, the government conld soon disband such expeditions, li is the speculator who gives them vitality, whiie lhe poor'dupes who array themselves under Walker's banner, generally suffer. But men, with knowledge daily before them, are not worthy of pity, who thus rashly rush into danger.

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

gg^-The vote and population some of the boroughs in Pennsylvania, exhibit a steady progress; and ihe same population, in the west, would be rated as second-class cities. This fact is an evidence, that Pennsylvania still retains in her midst, sturdy and intelligent people, who are bound to the sail by interest of living and improvements. We annex the figures as follows. . Votes Pop. Norristown, 1348 10,784 Polisville, 1340 10,720 Harrisburg, 1256 10.056 Allon'toAui, 1167 9,386 Easton, 1063 - 8,504 West Chester,. 1042 8,360 York. 1429 11,542

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

EF-The public have a right to be informed as to what produced the rupture between the organ and the elique. What is wrong? A connection hallowed by such friendship.; could not have been severed on a mere pretext or by mutual consent.. One or the other has kicked-and the people would like to know whether t:lhe eminent" lawyer" has" dissolved the connection, or whether the organ hereafter will relapse entirely into "pen, paste and scissors." Gentlemen, do be communicative, and order your cause before the public. £>F Quite a number of applicants are out for the cib.'kship of the Commissioners and janitor of the Coult House, all of them staunch Republicans. Of c'bur^ the newly elected Commissioners understand that, tl'ey were largely assisted by the independent Democ"-' racy of the county, and if.they deem it necessary to change the patronage and favor of the office, justice demands that a fair distribution be made. However, the commissioners under stand this matter too well ...

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

FACTS AND FANCIES GesjMJS.—: " I'll tell you, my friend?' exclaimed Yellowplush,a few evenings since, while discoursing between the puffs of a real York county six. I am not altogether a believer in what the world worships as genius. You know, that I have my opinions, and that 1 cling lo thern like a crab does to an oyster—and when.I regard genius, I do so very suspiciously. A genius, however, in these days, has a mighty fine time, but, sir,|I cannot help estimating the genius of the age as the rr.olhf er of humbugs and scroundrals. There is no such thing as genius—it is a misrepresentation of honest industry by the loafing part of mankind, merely to hide their own uselessness—and I tell you, too, that whenever you come in contact with a reputed genius, just put your hand on your pocket book and your pantry key. or you will be certain to need lhe services of a police officer^ In these days, the achievemnls of mind and body, are politely called the offspring of genius—and thu...

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

love, at a standard like this Dr. Eiders lecture.— Before .we publish another number of the Press, the first lecture of the season, before the Bellefonte Fencibles. will have been delivered. The lecture-by Dr. Elder will no doubt attract a large crowd, as it should, because the lecturer is certainly one of the ablest men in the country. We do not intend this as a puff: Of all other men, Dr. Elder does not need a newspaper notice to give him celebrity. His productions have been printed, and they have been read by. the people of this nation, who have alloted to him a station in literature of which any man could be proud. If the people of Bellefonte therefore wish to establish for themselves a reputation for intelligence among those who give tone to refinement by learning, they will welcome the coming lecturer in a becoming manner, and in an audience of respectable number. That this wil,l be done, we feel almost certain—and therefore shall look for an assemblage of the intell...

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

The New York Journal of Commerce unconsciously hits Glancy Jones a terrible blow. Referring to the rumor that Erastus CorninS hal been offered a seat in the Cabinet, the Jo.arnal says "he would' be the last man o\ se.-k such a re-oguiiion after Lis defe.'it."'

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

THE NEWS —Ex President Tyler has been lecturing Sn 'Richmond, Va. z—The Jews of Baltimor are subscribing to build a hospital. —Six vessels were recently wrecked off

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

Turks Island —A census of Cincinnati, Ohio, shows the city to have 53,611 school children. —The New Orleans Bulletin, in speaking -of a huiversity erected in Nebraska, says it is 26 by 40 stones high. —For becoming a Mahommedan, a Russian ensign has been sentenced to Siberia for life. —For an attempt to murder, Charles H. Rundlett, of Mount Vernon, Me., has been sentenced to 36 years in the State prison. —Ths Baptists of England are adopting the institution of class meetings, and their leading men are in favor of it. —New Orleans papers say absen teens can now return to that city without danger from yellow fever-—The New York Courier and Enquirer comes out in favor of Senator Seward as the Bepublican candidate for the Presidency in 1880. —Grant Thorburn says that in 1839 there were only 150 churches and chapels in New York; and now, in 1858, there are upwards of 300. —Gov. Stewart, of Missouri has been recently found druqk at a negro wedding. At least bo say several of lhe Mis...

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

BUSINESS NOTICES The Old Dominion Coffee Put is advertise!? to-day, as one of the great inventions of the age. If half be true that is said in favor ofihe Old Dominion, it is certainly one of the discoveries that deserve a name and a place in every.kitchen iu the Union. We are in' favor ot giving it a fair trial, and therefore recommend it to our readers! The price is very moclerale, and the risk being small, the hope ot gaining the objects which this pol promises lo achieve, the venture can be easily made by every housekeeper. Onr friend George Kepler writes to ns that he will be in Bellefonte during- all of next week, prepared to fill orders for furs, and re.ady to purchase skins. The article of furs which he offers to the public are a little superior.to any imported into this country, and the experience which Kepler has in the trade warrants us in recommending him lo the ladies of the county. He will be at the Franklin House on Monday wilh a large assortment of furs, and re...

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

THE MARKETS ' Reportedfor the Central Press. " . ,. ' Bellefo'mtk, Nor. JS,--.J8=8-' . The market for breadstuff continues V"™ and we are again compelled to nolioe ^^ shortness of teceipls.' . \. The following are the quotations up to noon yesterday. ¦ . "White Wheal, per bushel, §'•?•• Kcd •• ' " 'SI.20 Rye " ?« Com. •• •>? Com Ears, "- *5 Oats, " 31 Prime Cloverseed, " ' §oAO Barley, " &5 .-Buckwheat. " 50 Tallow, per pound, 10 Buitcr, " 18 Lard, " 18 Eggs, per doz. ' . 1 CATTLE. Beef caltle, live weight, 3j a 4 c's. per lb J^Vcalves, " 3 a 31 " .'- Sheep, " n a 3 " . Hogs, dressed, 6 "

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

Philadelphia, November 16-No export demand for flower, and the sales to trade limited at 5S5a5 12£ for super fine; -5.25a5,50 for extra, and S5,75a6j50 :c. extra family and fancy. Rye flour stea.ly at S-t, aud corn meal at $3,b2$. Good wheal in moderate demand—sales of 1;500 bus", al SI, 30 for prime red, and £l,35a 1,40 for while. Rye in demand at 76a78ets; corn scarce and wanted—sales of yellow at 84 cents for old, and 70a74 for new. Oats unchanged—2.6'0'9 bus. prime Delaware sold at 45 cents. New York, November 16. Flour has advanced—sales 13,000 bbls. this morning al Si 50a34 75 fur superfine Slate : So 50aS5 60 for Ohio," and So 2()a$5 50 for Solhern. Wlieat has advanced laScts—25, 000 bus. sold at 81 12ai?l 25 for red, 145 for white, 75 for Chicago spring, 120 for Westem red, and red, and 128 for do. while. Corn dull—sales 15,000 bush- at 75a75c. Pork firm alS14 lor prime. Lard firm.

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

MARRIAGES On the 11th inst., in Howard township, by Re\ James Sanks. Miss Sarah P. Adams, to Mr. tteiijc min Liggct, both ofihis County.

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

DEATHS At Zion, on the 2d inst., Mary Louisa, daughter of Samuel Rodman, (dee'dj aged 7 years, 4 months and 15 days.

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

Last Notice* THE undersigned herehy notifies all persons indebted 10 him either for Subscription. Advertising or Job Work, that all accounts unpaid alter the fust of December next will be left with an officer for collection. All, therefore, desiring lo save costs can pay up at lhe JNovctnber court, or befuic the time specified. J NO. T. JOHNSTON. . . , late pub. of "Pern. Whig.1' Bellefonte,' Nov. 19, 1853,—3t. ASaessitosa FeiaciS>les ! SPECIAL PARADE. You are ordered to meet at the Armory, fully equipped, for. drill, on Tuesday the 23rd inst., al halfhast 3 o'clock p M By order of lhe Capiain. r E. M. BUCHANAN, Armory, Nov. 15,1858.—It. FAKI FOft SALE. A VALUABLE FARM containing about one hundred and fifty acres, is offered for sale. Said farm is well watered and timbered, and is situated four miles from Bcllelomc. The improvements erected thereon consist ol a Three story §4oaae £Kosi§er Spring house and all the necessary outbuildings, with a good barn, corn-crib, shel...

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

a0ki Dominion." Tho @M DomMon. Coffee F©i WOItD , HAS BECOME A EOTJ32H0LD . ffc Old %irJiiG£" Coffee Pot iSs^mS? MOT**. SSCTAB. Tfe0 0M- Bomlnieji teffce*P©i IAKE3 12HS COKEE THAU iS* O.HBE. Tho OM Dominion GdSbo Pot IIie m Bominion-CofffjeFpt HEVSE FAHS TO DO US WO^.^GfT. The Old Dominion Gofee ?©t GIVES A HBA1TH? 3EVEBAGE. »- .. .The Old Bomiiilon Coffee Pot IS A BBIEHD TO BTSP3PTJCS. TM Old Dominion Coffee -Pot HAKES" HUSBAHDS HAP"' flie Old "Bbmihloii Coffee Pot • . - EASES. "WIVES GOOB-NATTJEEB. The Old Dominion Coffee'Pot .IS THE GOOS'S DEllteT; The-Old DoiBimion Coffee.1?St SEH38 SMILES TO THE BBEAilAST-TAELE. The Old Dominion Gofee Pot P'aEVEHTS KATEESOEIAL DISCOBBS. g Tie €41 ®OBiliil©M foffee'Pot ' GIVES f to AEABIAK BEEJit in PESPECTIOIJ. The Old'Dominion Ooffee Pot IS BASE3 ON SCIENCE AH3 C0J3M0H SEHSE. The--Old Dominion CofieePot IS TJSE3 BY AIL GOOD EOIJSEKEEPEES. The DM BomMoii Cofiee'Tot IS MAITOTACTTrEED TOBEE THE EATEHT TOR THE TJSnTSD STATES BY fflin min...

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

FURNISHING STORE, WINCHESTER Jc CO GENTLEMEN'S AND Patent Shoulder Seam- Shirt Manufactory, Al" TlfS OLD STAND No. 706 CHES XN £JT HTEETJ PBILADA. Ol-POSITK THE WASHINGTON HOUSK. _ A. WINCHESTER will give, ss herelolorc, Ins phonal supervision of the" CuftMg a?d Manufacturing departmerits. Orders lor his ceiobrulsd style o,"Shirts. Drawers and Colars filled al ,the shortest n°Perions d.-siring to order Shirts, can be supplied with the'ioKiul'i lor moasurCiiSbiit,. on, application ^Constantly on hand, i Tarjfd dHd i5lecl *Iock of GeifJfiiri.en's Furnishings''"Sf?;, . iM.ir I.-",:.-Pim„- a3-WhoIcralc_onlers snppji^ °n i,Leral lcnnFNovember l«ui. IS->8,—ly. -- - - ¦

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

FURNISHING STORE .... J. W. SCOTT*,---.:. H fLATK OF THE FIRM OF WINCHKS££K •*> sc^ •• '' (JENTLEMEN'S AND .;,..-. SHIRT M A N D F A C T OJlT, ¦ 8it Chestnut SUcet, (Nearly Opposite Girard House,") Philadelphia. •?2W;.SCOTT would respectfully'call the alten-:un 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 Tiiadk supplied with Fine Shirts and Collars. November 12th, 1858.—ly.

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

; .LECTU-RE.---DU. .WILLIAM ELDER, of Philadelphia^vyill deliver lhe first of a course of lectures for the benefit of the Bellofonte Fencibles on Tuesday cvenina Nov. 23d, 1858, in the Courl House in Bellefonte.. The public are invited to attend. Tickets of admission can be procured from either of. the undersigned Committee of Arrangements, Z5 Cls each. JAlESA BEAVER. ED. BLANCIIARD, S8Q. T...JOHNSTON, J. D. HARIUS, SS. SEKLY, THEO. MUFFI.Y, II. V: UAU'RIS, GKO. A. BAY A RD, HARVEY LINRLK. Committee BnllefotHc, Nov. 5, '58.—id.

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

LOOK HERE MOLASSES, Coffer-, Sugars and Teas, of ihe V5r'v Iresl quality, for sale at the chain Uroccry and Provision' Store i.f - JOS.; 11. MUFFLY & (JO. HAMS, Shoulders, Sides,.dried Beef Fish and Salt; for sale a'tthe cheap Grocery and Provision Store of r v- JOS, R- MUFFLY &. CO. CANDIES, Nuts, Crackers and' Ccgar?, of the very boss qualities, for s.-Ue, wholesale or retail, at the cheap Grocery and Provision Store of • JOS. R MUFFLY & CO. BOOTS, Shoes, Qucensware, Glassw are Stoneware, Crocker)ware and all "oilier wares", for sale al the cheap Grocery and Provision Store of " JOS.. It. MUFFLY & CO. WAS&BOAHiFS, Uoibcrcllas, Fancy 'Toys, and many oilier articles not mentioned, or sale JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. 17RESH BUTTER,- Eggs &c, alwiys . for sale by JOS.R MUFFLY & CO.

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