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

. :t*m—-~li=a:'\<\r..>.\' ;. -r-The fashion of ladies isthus described by aeotemporary j-^-All'dresses».are t'aow made without basques; the corsage a-point and double skirts are rarely seen, i <Flounx ces continue in favor. for both ; thin and thick materials, and era wora i»; the, street as well as at evening entertainments.: ,Tha burnous will be the most fashionable atylo of autumn and winter outer garWehts.— Basques, of the same material as the roba, are also worn, and form a Very STr'ttable ind becoming walking costuma. :' They '; airs' tight to the figure, and withOat any trimming. Dark plain silk are aatwh in vogiia for this style of sostnratj. ' .¦ The i akirt ¦ iin--der the basque, is-r)9rrectry\pl*in, without any ornament, czeepting a row of large buttons down the front, matching those on. the1 corsage of ths casqus., ^ a^ery. warm Weather has prevented any display, asj?tr of autumn asd winter icddesV

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

.-^-The Halifax Journal says the rajfiji:-' efet fishery has, so far proved almost rt Sotsf failere s't St. Margaret's Bay" and ita vicinity; this Ksasony Snd,- trnleSS'¦' ¦ the fish "strike in" within the nett three weeksy great destitution must b' s tie result. It is the opinion t>f a Westefn ecfito'r that wood goes further wield left out of doors than well boused. He says some of his went half a mile. . Took place^roee^Wp^ieSonth, aver/ profane wedding. A ^Ir. Hellfright married a Mies Heligoii. _ An fimewlder, in writing his life',- says,: fie ran away early from his rather,, because he discovered he was only an uncle; Why ia a watch-dog larger aft nfgfet thari ho is iu the morning ? . Because he ia let out at night and taken in in the morning; It has been declared that the man wboj 'held on to the last* was a shoemaker.

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

"T~~CAK(i.H supply of that well known J\ remedy San-ford's Invigor.ifor, has j'nel been r"i?Tcdoy GKEEN & McMEKN,-* ™ vl-S»i Agents Co, Ce&eLV

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

I^ANCY ARTICLES. e largest.and best assortment of Fancy Articles in town, ran alwavs be had at the Drue Store of November 5tb,'53 GREEN & McMEEN.

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

S teel Springs and Iron Axles at the store of Tonncr * Steel/

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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

BELLEFONTE, PAy

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

Friday Morning, Dec It, flS5!§ Centre County's Des^ffay? One cannot help believing, while" ^mernbering and beholding the hundreH adHmla,-ges which are scattered around, that Centre county is destined j-ere -long, to become lhe great/mineral and agricultural producing county iff this Commonwealth. We are ibora-impjessed^iWith .litis jbelief jdaiLy. -^ran d the more it press.es p.n-puratlention, the more . we-become- convinced; of .the?foolis'hness!bf thoserwhoJ arei preparing toileayeitheir.old home to seek an^uncertain'abbdeah the'West. C'ehtre;qdnh'ty has ney4rDhadJa,po'*iti6h'suCh a's'feh'e is'balurally entitled io—she has never had the bpp_brtiitiiVy^b'' cBihp§fe^th rier|s^i ter Counties'of the* Slate—frul htfs! ;redte'd[in her Isolation almost',, unknown," except it was, ip the pursuer of geology, or the.wily spec ulator, who has surrpuaded.himself. with.her giftsjuntil hehasibecomeamillionaire.; ;Cen--tre county,'although' sealed' anibngvthe:earli " xstrpf-the counties,...

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

' E^"The5cTOWerwants_to..lcnpv? whether ¦VTtlOIP' " '"ij?- J- ~ . "' 'V l: ' .-'ti ~ *i -'-i>-- * trie present stagnation,.in business is.attubutaDietpfflia-. tariff policy :of, the'..JDemocratic .parljjVand. demands-/;an .answ^^'frpjn Jhe ...Cj!Bt^dRr^:^;T^e.-inflnence--,^iQh.pr^nced fthe last'panic .was noti laltbgetherl-owing to -thereverinelaw's,' and yet the fifsfblowi' struck at the'greatinterests of Peii'dsylVama^wa'Sby ithe casting/vote of Ge6fge";M? j&alla^/ That vdt'e felled the 'rjros'pec'ts'of th; e'iron'atill coal trade of Pennsylvania-^ aii'd-they fiave never "iecoyeVed .from 'its effects. /,.Th"i^s^a' fact, ridt'an.assertiqn,. and" the ;_Benchter-JK'i^&i^ iefore.Jonglhat: the^policy, of.:the ;Demoprgric .parly will be.s.treng^he.ned; for.mprer.thanla ;mere tariffiof revenue.- It carinot-fbe denied that the main objecls of PolkJs admiriislratibn were antagonistical to'the' Thariufacfuring in": terestsof the Norlh^ gabd' wliaAever'creTditis du...

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

l^lt was a maxim, an old, but a good (obey wril'tln)^(aT ppafJher ^ ni^rned Shake-/ speare, that'they who"touch pitch are defiled. ^Trxecriq^s^^fg^n^SeWs'^be^^^'^ verifyithe'lfuth?dStFHs rn"a*!mtbyJthre'atening lhe Senior of^the'-i' ress wilhi "affidarits" of a personal exposu're,'..buf;'evJen.: this' threat has not inlimiia'te'd.-.Hs,.because ,)we haye a work to perform rhere.iftjCenlre.jCpunty, in which the honrst Democracy :are interested, and we ,shall not.be deterred'from it, be theconse-, quences what they may'.'' We have enliiled for prinpiple-attd^the.right, pledged to no purpose but the truth'j^-aridVbiaving1 in view no other object thwthi ? iviri'dicatidri and the rescue of the Democracy'frdm?ihe intrigues and .demoralization,pj'bad.men^nd.corrupt politicians. The;Democracy of Centre county1—.the masses of the- parly are;sih'cere and honest'in their attachment to, .'principle. They have no other hjppe, thariithe jtriumph ot.lheir :pririciples^-7np „de'sire"i.but. the pro...

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

E3TW61 predicted three months ago. that a movement • "would -perhaps be' madelibynhe pjtfi^ in-3powe"f m the H^pusp ^ ojjKdprejeiftatives, to do something for the inleiests of PeIh'Syi van ia: '" Wt'fT5u^^ch'a^riari"'recorrfmerTds this in: his^message, jand'we will s.eie |vh,ether' those'iriembers of the'lfouse'' whb-*were-will'0CT4&,Pfe9y^^^Sft^iT^CAmra.an_d3pn;;^^^^ Kansas^UfStiop ^ -willjb^as, nronfipl to ".;act*on thelmtces*sitiWi dfla. t'aHM Vl'eiliapsStbS ^ opportuni.y is offered ^to those Pennsyjvanians Who1 so 'dreadfully injure'd^hemsllVesy1 to "do something ,tp\fards re'deernih'g^tiheirgcharaoters*. " It/comes"father late, to be sure, but it isno'moreilhanjighuhauhe^wh&^led/them intodhe mud, :shduld do; something;to;enable them to get hack at; least-into dhemire: JJf lhe' present" Derriocrafic./;.merhbers. of the House,hare'any shrewdness, they will settle the qii'esttnri 'of the tariff, -arrange: a'soaridforefgn.policy:,, and endeavor-lo do something t...

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

t^Th'e econ prriy/. 'bf j'th'e jhiessaffe/.vti.Il be seeri.'byVlKe'.'following- recommendalioris, winch" it contains.. Td.iliese.vve might add another.war with ihe'-Florida Indians, and also' perhaps" another expedition [to.. IJtah. The sub^oj.ned,.howeypr,.arp,. sutficietit for tbe actioWof' a "shdrl'sessidn .of "Cpngress^" :. 4. ,The.pp'rchase.o|' C.iiba ^'.. . ;.. , v.;t f ^Maymen\tp Spajn. for. lhe Amistead'neg 3. The establishment of an indefinite number ofmilitary posts in. .Spj' qra's'aiidlChihuahoa; and thesupport 'of. aniafmy fo-pecupy them. - ¦-.•' '' ''"\''"-f. ".'". 'V:';''"; .'*-r \ / 4. The erbploymentp.f the army/arid navy to oppn.,andvkeep, dperr.thiejNiearagQa.transit route. ¦ -¦-:•¦ ¦ 5* The .employment of the a'rm;y5 and navy fot. lhe.same purpose- with- reference to'the Pa-naroa route'.'' ..,¦ 6. The empfeyment of the army and navy for the same purpose with respect to the Tehw^fepecroute:-'[...' //'.-¦. - 7. A resort to a war wiih Costa Rica and Nicaragna. if...

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

Brit 'is-gratffymg'fc observe the efforts which are'mak'irig Id insore a steady decrease of the Slate debt; 'During, the, year there'has been paid the sum of $421,000 ph"the State debt, there is still a large.balance/ of 58^2,000 in the Treasury. By the meeting of the legislature it is expected thaMh'eisurh. of./SG00,-000 will be paid pn>the?State debt. The annexed statement shows the receipts and expenditures of the. Commonwealth foi the fls'c'al year ending November 30, 1858: Heceipta for 1850 ^ " S5,378,240'33 Expenditures for 185& , . ,5,378,142 22 - Excess of receipts .' 109811 lieceipls for 1857 $1,690,587 84 Expenditures for 1857 5,407,27679 Excess'of expenditures . 716.688 95 Receipts for 1858 - S4,139,775 35 Expenditures for. 1858 , ' / ,3,775,857 06 ? Excess of receipts: "363J92121

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

' " - ^"It is'amusihg-'to read the dignifiedTesolves'of a few of the organs of Democracy, as to who shall and who shall not return lo that organization. The policy of thus discriminating between old' Democrats .is worse than, ridiculous, when we remernber that most of the leaders of Democracy in Pennsylvania are either renegade Khow-No'hings or broten down Whigs. As to those Democrats-who refused to sustain the policy of the National Administration,' it will rip^ trouble them very much as long as they cart hold their present Conservative position. Instead of asking for, we.rather believe ihey will dictate, terms to these new.leaders.- It looks.as if this was the case in. old Berks—and. the case is not very different in Centre. county. The people we believe, will hereafter, do.as they please, political leaders and demagogues to the contrary notwithstanding. ',

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

JS^The Blairsville True American thus -speaks of our neighbor of the Dernocrat, and we have a notion that it is not uttering more than the truth: We have seen the names of several gentlemen announced in bur exchanges as candidates for the highly responsible office of State Treasurer, but have until now maintained entire neutrality in that election—But on hearing the name of our friend Col. W. W.Brown, of the Centre Democrat, mentioned in connection with that office, we can no longer remain neutral. If any man in ihe State of Pennsylvania is deserving of remuneration at tbe hands of his party for profitable, and commendable labor performed, W. W. Brown Esq. is the man.

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

^General Cass is very feeble. He is of ten confined to bis room, and is compelled to forego all heavy labor in Washington. l3P"We hops to seethe tariff recommenda-,} t ;.-.. ->. .^ -- ¦ , "-,-.r-.r i?iw>i-;-y*v-v£- tions of the Presidenl'made a p afty-test? The' reason why we hope for this rule of action; is to give our southern free-trade friends, an opportunity jeftest (rreif parjly zeal. Of course the sufferings djf labor Kaye som.ethingtp'do with the promptings ofctliis. h6pe",.bul«tb"en the chivalry dfihe s|rilHJ^nrivHom/| , he/President so firmly, relei'sf dbquld'be fairfy tesied. The trial shpul$be eJiuali^baftnQed^I^liig North is to Be sustained in her efforts td^give securily^tdibusiaess by home-productionrthe South, who wjll share the benefits, should be cpmpel. ledi_o:n the fear of ostracisim, to con, tribute to this protection, Free_whjie labor iV'rfp w'Be qpstTon^ b& dncpjiriiged arid |fosierpd] is?the issne.farid the- President, the North—in...

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

EfTh'e Harrisburg Telegraph seems to think that Lecpiripiqnlh .as .ils?:^reat revenge'? in a performance which will strike everybody as sdrhe]hingsu'p!erlatjv.e]yksmall.:jTho Democratic Senators, in caucus, as if re'solve*d lo show ;that their sefrility'to trie Palace could <r'o a step or two further than it had already gone, agreey.to'exclude Judge Dpviglas from lhe Chairmanship of lhe Territorial Com rn 1 tte e,—^ and. what,was agreed to in caucus, has now' been carried irifo effect in open Senate. His place is assigned to Mr. Green, of Mo.—a Senator whose rampant zeal in favor ofthe Lecomplon j'iggle, it,will-be Remembered, gave him a bail eminence on the Administration benches during the last gession/o,f< Cqiigress.-vWeyhave no doubt the real'' frlendV'ofJ the'''Lillle Gianl" will look upon this proceeding as directly calculated xa ikeep: jtlive. theipopu.lapsympanhie.Sj in his favor,—and, for on'r oWnpart, we are not inclined to think lhe calculalion incorrect. ...

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

EF*General Cass has written another letter ?STA.¥Hart' of Philadelphia, on the subject of the Jewish abduciion case; The Secretary of Slate.seems to have been in a bad humor, as the following language,«fte!gr,ejhflsiug ibajap-; plication of Mr. Hart'-forHfre mfefferaScS-of the government, indicates a ruffled temper: There is no people whd?«vould rebokef with more asperity sush intermeddling with tbeif affairs than would the people ot the United Slates; and it becomes us to maintain the same reserve toward other;conhtriesnvhieh we expect them to observe tow'anl?us.- Human governments are necessarily imperfect, and neither the United States'nor "any-other nation.can claim exception from the common attribute/ "If any ""of the Fdwers'df trre'ORl World should believe; there 'were- wrongs ,to suffering humanity'-intlii's" c'otrnlry.-.lhe same principle, which would justify this Governra6nt>in acceedingSo ^qur.applieatio^i vt'buid justify them in;a similar measure, shouldifcey dee...

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

S^°We observe that an effort being maife in several counties in the interior, to procure Jignere'.td] petitioriifpr lhe repeal 'pftiie>i#e«rit License laws/ As regards arty itiSue'nB'e'th'ese laws have on the subjecl.of temperance, thery aref a'dead/letter—apdf dne^caji .onTy vfew them as the inducement tb-fiaadV This whole subject of legislating lo restrain lhe appetites of ppople,is.a sort.of farcej unlessStliis traffic in liqnor is entirely abolished.

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

FACTS AND FANCIES The Beautiful. , , ,; "Charley,'are you an "admirer ofthe beautiful?" asked his friend of Mr. Yellowplush, as he sat-apparently counting the wrinkles on his hand. .....--• '/Yes,'' was the- simple rejoinder. I f'But where do'you go to find the; beau" lifuli"' .'•-iTp.n. Seem,:'.|My'/friend', dSfermined to have a'talk, and T" suppose I must gratify- you," said Chailey, rousing himself from his reverie "No-man need- seek the'beautifnl,-because it is always with me." "Well, c'orrie .now, Yellowplush,-that is rather egbtrsiicai. ' "^ i''.'. "Is it? Well it may^oiind so to you j but, sir,11i endeavor, to. live ih'a:Poristarit dream of the beautiful-^-and the better to - secure this living, I look' upon all of God's creation; asl perfect. A man can. do ..this,, and become happy—and my purpose is just to be as happy for the balance of my days, as contentment, charity, and a sort of mitid-your-own business practice possibly can make a,man. The-conception of the bea...

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