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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

W, A. THOMAS, Jr. & CO, HAVE-JUST RECEIVED A LAR&E STOCK OF DRY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, GROCERIES, QueenswaU% U A R D W A RE, ^ISH AND SALT. Wh'ich they are now bpe'ri'?nlg; and offer w the public and thS?f frterrtfsr. THEY Ats6" SiVEONHAN© AND FOR gALfi CHEAP FOR CASH of GRAIN* FISH? SALT, PLASTER ¦'¦'9 ^ -COAL, FLOtfll, an'd tire listral supply of goods vntn which they have been ftifriishing their largft 6t»srom. Jfef/e/onle, NnvaiSih, 'b§.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

COGKEY^CO. LUM)»E|l COMMISSION MERCHANTS, WEST FALLS AVENUE Baltimore, Md.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

Kefer tf3 MsSRS CURTIN & BLANCHARR 6ELLEFONTE, FA. Onf. 1.1858^-1 y. MEYEKS & MC'DEYIT, WHOLESALE IIGCERS Liquor Dealers & Rectifiers, I¥«. 301 JLifcevty Street; PITTSBURGH. Oct. 8fh, 1858.—tf. LAW PARTNERSHIP. ANDREW G. CURTIN. EDMUND BLANCHARD. rpHE undersigned having associated them-1 selves in the pracliee' of Law, will faithfully attend to all professional bussiness entrusted to their care in Centre, Clearfield and Crirrtoft counties. AH collections placed in ilieTr n'gnds, will receive their prompt attention. Office in the new Cottage Building, on Allegheny street. CURT 18 k fiLAftCHARD, T>m. 1. issi DENTAL CARD, II. B. PARRY—Surgeon Dentist.-(Late of LancasterV Fa.J HAS located permanently in Bellefonte, Gentre county, where he proposes practferng all the'various branches of bis profession in the most approved manner,- and at moderate charges. Office and residence in the house occupied by Mfs. E. Bennef.-drrcctlv dppesite thff residence....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

FALL & WINTER CLOTHING

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

The Largest. Cheapest : AND BESTSTOCKOF READY-MADE CLOTUIKG.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

WM. M'CLELLAND T>ESFECTi, TLL'f interms fcis old etis-JLV. lomei-3 and ihepublic (hat he has received one of the largest and best selected stock of Ready-Wj'ade Clothing as well a£a fa'fge and select assortment 6'f Cloths, Casimers, Satinelts, Satins ^c., ever offered to the people of Centre county, comprising a selection of FALL AND WINTEft CLOtHIMG, ?h whiiH ?s" embraced every article neces&^y for a gentleman's complete wardrobe. His slock has been selected with greSt^are, add he Batters him Sgfthai /he'go'o'as ttS$ ofierea1 , weffeft-ot MJ pttfehascd with a view to economy, but with a fixed, purpose not to be excelled in durability, elegance and fashion.;%t ¦ . -, , " tri b' tSSr io Keep up with the trade of laVge cities, he has established the ttish systeirt: hop,irt'g"by adhering to such a system of business',' 16' be enabled'always ib' ftfrnlsh Ma'.customerB wit'A the latest styles 6'f goods; tnWrfi trp by th6' iiibSt ceTefti'afed man'ufacturios in ihi'c'oum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF fiEADYMADECLdtHlNG Sioths, CasimefS. Vestinrs. 6lc.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

J. MONTGOMERY & SON RESPECTFULLY inform the public and their old customers and friends, that they have .received from the eastern market,.one of the largest and most extensive assortment of Keady-Made Clothing ashaspver been brought to this place. The a'sTs-OTt. meat now 6' p'e'ned is expressly adapted to FALL AND WINTER WEAR! and comprises all kinds of goods of the very latest styles. They would also inform the public that they have just received from the Eastern markets a very large anp superior assortment of Clotlts, Cossiittem dM ratings,, of (lie Fdll ' and Winter Styles, ¦&*. whtefr -Sfff o'6' m'a'de up to order, on short nor!ce*i>y experienced hands, their superior facilities enabling ih'eiSii tp.get up an ENTIRE SUIT IN ONE DAY! S2f"CaII and see" the New Goods—they will be sure to please, in style, quality, and price'/ IT.. B.^Goof s fainisiied by cuSionSer"* -frill be made'up asfusfu'a'I.* ' ,' x_. - - Bellefonte, Nov. 5, iftjS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

»EW STOCK OF boots; shoes and hats AS MXtRl$SI13&$ WHOLESALE lM)'. RETAIL. TF YOU WANT TO SEE AN ASSORTiVJEST jl of cheap boots and shoes, go to Burnsfde's*. WATEIi J*ROOF BOOTS atBurnside's ^ LET A LL the people call and examine the boots and shes atJJurside's, before purchasing elsewhere. A S.WlNCibf 25 per cent by buying your boots and shoes*at Burnside"s. A LlBKRAJUdeduclion made to those who buy to sell again.1¦ r?-""- -.-V" 3a IMEFERENTkinds of ladies shoes at Burnside's. .i.:"" CITY inade boots and shoos, at prices to suit the times at Burnsidc's THE lamest stock of boots and shoes ever brought . to Bellelo'nte', Si Burn.side's.-' AT Burnside's Cheap Boot and Shoe store we study to please , I.EVTIIER ofalldescriptions.it Burnside's. Dl FONT'S' fine double glazed Rifle Powder and " Ely's English waterproof Caps for hunters at Bumside's. SHOE FiftS?ng's of all descriptions at Burnside's.' . HIDES, Skins and Furs of all descriptions boufgh a< BtrrnsRle's.-Senl. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

NEW GOODS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

PM GOODS ANB GROCERIES. E. C. GUJITCSlt BROTHER, HAVE just received a large stock^^L of Dry Goods, Clothing and Groc* sgHfs cries/which they are now opening at their old stand Tne s"tocfe consists in part of LADIES FANCY DRESS GOODS, composed of I7eLaincs and Calicoes, Ginghams and Alpacas,-. Marine' Plaids and French Metfntf, Devrt'te Cloths, anrf oitiet c'hofcfe' SflichS of Ladies wear. CLOtf AS AND CASIMERS in endless variety, and at prices (6' suit customers. GROCERIES AND ^UEENSWARE. 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 — 17 December 1858

L00E HE RE! MOLASSES, Coffee, Sugars and Teas, of the varv.best qiJalrfy, - ft fr sale al the cheap Grocery and Provision Store or .....L' ,-.rt JOS. R. MUFFLY & CO. HAMS, Shoulders, Sides, dried Beef, F'ish and Salt, for sale at the cheap Grocery and ProvisJtfn SloTfe of , JOS. R- MUFFLY & CO. CANDIES, Nntsy-Cfracfcefs Sisd Cegars, 6'fttevery bess qualities, for sale, wholesale or retail, at the cheap Grocery and Provision- Store or retail, a v J0S#^ MUFFLY& co. BOOTS, Shoes? Queensware, GHassware - Stoneware', Crtfct'C'ryware. and all, "othe* wares", for sale at the cheap Grocery and Provision Slofibf JOS.-R-MUFFLY & CO. -iXZASHBaARDS, Umberellas, Fancy TT .T'o'yir, and rifcrrtf titm gflibps jnA tstfis tioned. t0f gafe , JOS. - R. MUFFLY & CO. Ili'RESH BtffTER, Eggs &e.f always . for sale by JOS. foMUFFljT & CO. "^ Craiihersits.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

"tTil! A11 Je lowers of CranfcterTres—JILv/ I Go to Jos. K.- RruSf^ antf he w'ilr sWp ply you with this delicioiiSfr'uit'ata very loSv'raie. WANTED. By an active, experienced yound man, a situation as Salesman in' al most any kind of Business—Dry Goods or Grocery preferred.- Enquire al this office. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

A ITIpincnt with Thee Stand ?til|j;iiii=beah Is.solernn flo.v* ¦: w.ni1.?. J .stand upon, this hill,, , An,ll slowly—slowly cast my. eySs . , O'er meadow wood and nil. Let tbe:duslcy;sh&dow3 come and go? A,cross my memory,'-.,;a......«•-¦:" Uf the .infiages ihat. troop1 along - Before my dreamy eye. ,. ' ' There flings the rude, old bridge its arras.' Across the noisy stream, ir -. .-•: While thro'its Chinks .the sunbeam's.ftfa'yj ,. LiKS,som;5,-fdg .painted,'cfreSm'. Just down the'road the old rocks stand' * In their silent meaning; rpw. ''¦'" 0f.which^so:80'ftl,sang:the songSOf a long lime. ago. - .'¦¦¦'-... - $aad|e'sf,-:m'b^'byfiitra; tHe,sdund' ,: ' .''* Of thedashing watefsRfere,- ""^ : • Like thR far off murmurs of a song ' ; Upon.therapiyredear.:<,..,; 1 ;: ,, *¦ Full many a gleam. of happy days .....•" Have, Icanght in.their'Bheejjf- play^y A'ftd mSny-^inany a1 f/a'ssmg hope Has passed with them away. Here are the woods whera.1 have whiled , The burdene...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

PwtflWBralMI!^ ; A man may .'have virtue^'capacity,': arid good, conduct,!arid yef be1 insupportable. The air'and mar>t»er which we neglect as little things, ate fte6;nefi£/y wtfirt the Hotte, judges us by, and; makes them: decide for or against us. There are many little-matters of personal bearing and conduct, .which must be managed disCree't?^ if.we #'feij( to be at all-agreeable with our .'fellow creatures. ^ It. is in v.aio to say that "g'ubh », man-, though as: dirty as" a".pig, is :'a'-'g'66d and able man, arid ought therefore^'.to be deligted in His goodness; and .his ability are very well in their own wayjbiit 'twereas possible to hold,a firebrand, in' one's hand by thinfeing- on the. frosty Caucasus, as to endure _the, personal juita-position of such a man upon a mete' (for^'deratio&' »f abstraCE properties., Fdr'a'ff tae'.p'uTpbscs of personal intercourse the :b"ersbnal 'Qualifications areI the prime consideration. ..Not that it is necessary that every m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

Our Actions. Absenceandtheiaverval of time respect actions more than persons ;' tbat is to say, the impression of the former often1 Jflcfreaoes, wbibt that of the latter faded away.. W"e are more apt, then to think.kindly of those who loved us than of those whom we have loved in vainjf the actions of those to whose? fcsl character affection might have once rendered us blind can now be submitted to a scrutiny which the heart would then have rebelled at, the film falls frofit our eyes; we caa hold self communion, and even admit ot.the council the feelings which governed us before. if it be Gfod whom we love ifit lofrag ottr eteeted one, then shail ttiS bright halo of h.er spirit expand itself over: all existenee, till everv human-face we look upon shall share in its transfiguration, and the old, forgotten traces of brotherhood .-be lit up by it; and our love> iostead of pining discomforted, shall be lured upward and upward by' low angelic' voices,- which recede before it fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

; -^^ifi'e - Setufa rfudgea of tbs special election met at Beading on Friday/ and the foil official vote fof member of the Thirtyfifth Congress is as follows : Wm. H. Eeim Tarifif and ariti-Lecotn'pton, 6,156;' Joel B. Wanner, Lecompton Democrat ^ &; 697. leim's majority, 469/ ' . ' —It is announced, for the benefit oi* those persons who did not get a sight of the comet, that it will again appear before the p obic, for a few nights only, iu the autumn of ho year 2J47. i- nThe Model Gentleman. V He-never brol^.a^ijan^C.:iie::hai never, been known, to dress sup as jajockey, or.try practical jokes op witermen, oremty flour-.bags on chimney-sweeps , He shuns crpss-.b'arred. tr.ows^rs,^horticultur al scarfs, overgrown pins, and can wear a waistcoat,without a.cable'fl4ength of gold chain~ronnd it.: His linen.is not illustrated, but beautifully clean.' Me iiever does "a little discount.: wr," bdjr.lendi his hand to "flyijtg a'fiife'" His Aversion mr a Sent is softened by pity...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

A Bloody Dsjel.-^-Two gamblerS; named rucker and Peel, who were aamp followers of the army of -Utah1,- fec'enEly quarrelled over a game of cares, and agreed to fight it out. 'ifhey sreifff fo the ground, and, taking their stations .about ten yards apart, drew their revolvers and fired. Both fell at tbe satire shot—ftucker abet in. the breast itsi 'Joel ia the shouldef.- One of Peel's finger* was taken off by tbe shot. The second shot ;took effect tffl both. HUckef thta rose upon his knees and fired twice, both balls hitting Peel. The latter, bleeding from the six wounds, struggled up from the ground and resting his revolver upon bis arm, arid taking deliberate aim, shot Euoker in tbe heart. . —Mr. Mofplry'. '"tie great American shess player," it seems has staid- too long in Paris. It is cow stated that he has been beaten by the Duke of Brunswick, Count Cassahianca, Count Isonard; and the Prinesa Murat. at chess. There is apurpose ini all things-wblch exist throughout the unive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Central Press — 17 December 1858

: Late" i'rttie'ea from.Mexico represent that' country ;iu: fi.mcre distraefed1 . Odndifipn thap; everl Thp rival parties wsre not pftly-warring against each other, but 6ad internal difficultiesi in their nnksl -There isnp-*onl .municajtipn bet^fl 1^4™ ^C^-^f1 *?* Juarez has issued a\ decreeyffinulling'Hll contracts;made Hy'ZuIoigilr'! -'Pei6te^a^ietl a' pTdtraeted siege,-has fallen into the hands of Genef:.'*n^^-*^nimjawt.e^: issued an order for thr niassacf^;'C» £*/1^a prisoners ¦ taken: The' remainderPf'th'o troops^ wtio:: ftfm*rljr; occiipiea it'' bndehc command'ofr 6?eneY5f Srejbs/6frry' onelraiii.-dred: and'fifty in' humber, arrived at Vera' Cruz on the 21st ult. in a most deplorable condition. A Vera .Cruz-.corresporident' of the New Orleans .Picayune ..sayst ^Tha political affairs of this'unfortnnate. country are in a most unsettled condition, and it, is imfosibie" fo form fin idea When,..,and .by what means, the revolution will pe brought to a conclusion.- It i*» supposed...

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