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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

ATTORNEYS AT LAW. t A BOYD HENDERSON, " X2Lo ATTORNEY AT LAW,. Bellefonte, I'ii. Office, northeast coracr-of the Diamond . M:ty 1, CS ly. W ~ H. LAUUIMER, . ATTORNEY AT LAW, Bellefonte. Pa. Office with the District Attorney, in the Court House. May 1,'88 ly. RVIS & ALEXANDER, ' ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Ucllefonto, l'a. OSec in Conrad Bouse, Allegheny St. Mav 1,'GS-ly. T G. LOVE.—ATTOKJN'EY. AT tl s LAW, L' tliefoutc, Pa. OSice with Adam Hoy, two doors below the Press Buildin-, Hii;h Street. Sept.27,'67-lv-Q D. GRAY.—ATTORNEY AT 5o .LAW, Belk-fonle, l'a. OlHco with A. 0. Furst, E?q. July lil.'OMy.-BAJl'L LINK. A. 0.1-TIEST, J INN & FURST, jLl ATTORNEYS AT LAV,', 15 E L LEPOSI E, 1' E N K ' A. Jan. 31,'flP. TVS 'ALLISTER & BEAVER, ill ATTORNEYS AT LAW, BELLI!- PONTK, PENN'A. <eb.n.'5<J-ly. 'riTAD. P. STEPHENS, J. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office on cor. cer of Allegheny and High f Ireeta, Bellefonte. j an .20'flH.iy ' _' WILLIAM P. WILSON. A. B. HUTCHISON. TT7I...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

TPvR. R-D- TIPPLE Homeopathic Physiei.n and Surgeon. Office in old Conrad House, 2d Floor, Alle ghany St, Eellefonto, Pa. Prompt atten tion paid to professional calls. Jan.10,'68 6m. , - -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

DR. GEORGE F. HARRIS, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, having bis office in the law-office of the late Hon. Jas. Burnside, on High street, will attend promptly to all professional calls. mayl2.'65-lr. DR. BEATTIE OFFERS HIS PROFESSIONAL SERVICES TO the citizens of-Eellefonte and vicinity. All calls will be promptly attended-^. Office mi Spaing street, one door south of Wingato's Dentistry. »pr7,1Sfl5.-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

DENTISTS TORN D. WINGATE. D. D. S tj DENTIST. flagwl.»B|, Office on Northwest corner of ffpS$i|||§k Bishop and Spring sts. Ath nine, *"-QjQ5_f_pexc<'pt, perhaps, the first tvre weeks of every month. '^..Teethextracted without pain. is.-Tlcfont.-s, feb.fi,1SI!G.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

Y)OALSBURG DENTAL OFi> 1'ICK. ^-4^^^^JK52^ ^-isr^il- s,, tv^^ J. W. 1U10NE. most respectfully informs the public that he is prepared to execute any description of work in the lino of Dtiitistry. Satisfaction rendered, and rates as moderate as may be expected. May be found in his office dunog lbe w(-ek commencing on llufirst MoudayVea-di monlii, mid atsuch o'her times as mav be agreed upon. Nov. 1st t)-.-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

7l T. FRYBERGEK & CO Dealers in superior SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBA'JOO-& WEGAr.S OF THE FINEST 1HIANDS, Store in the CON RAO HOUSE, Ucllefonto, ptt. £>.-c.I.V«7-1y. ¦ masenw ^JUH'eW ., __ i 'ii i-inr-f" ¦"""¦ 'mn

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

CLAIM A'd-ENT A B. II UTCHISO N, J\_. MILITARY CLAIM AUKNT, will attend to all business entrusted to his care. Oihre with W. !' Wil.-:"ii. iisq.. T:<i.Yf'oi.te. p:l April 2S«h 'no. ii ii iMTTT"irri—r—Tr-T-rr

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

IlK-NltY llllilCKEUUOFF, • J. D SHfOClir Pri'si.leni. Cashier. T&f ILLIKEN, HOOVER & CO. CENTHE COUNTY BANKING CO., RECEIVE DEPOSITS AlfD ALLOW* IKTEHEST DISCOUNT NOTES, |BUY AND SELL Government Securities. Gold and Coupons Jan.31,'0S-lT. , , , , .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

JIOSKS TUO.MrS".N. J. 1. TIIOJll'SO.I I'dBT. M(TAnl.ASE. THOMPSON, McFARLANE & COMl'ANV, BANKERS AGIHCUI.TUHAL COLLEGE, PENX'-A HKMSKSS 1'I.ACn, cr.XTP.K FIT.XACK. j:J*-Interest p. id on Time Deposits. .lan.ln.'Bii.ly.-' 'PIRST XATIOXATi" BANK ~ OF l;K!.!.KJ'0.Vri;, PA. 'l.i'Ji-. n • :--:,s, ;¦" Al.l.l-l^li, jiai.k A.*i:o.j E, C. >:< z?:,, /',„'i, | J. i>. I!.U' .1!IS, CW..Vr. '2J;;S !Sl:"r is 'J'.VY '^'/HiniK-i p.r '.!:<; purp'.'n ¦ *A \'yu*-Yx: •£ \ i.'Kr\\.k jaws o! t:,e l.'i/jli.'i Cei'::d'.cii.ts-,;.sut4 -l..y ViKiUvt, %•:fS.Ut'-.i, . I'U.o- o '...¦. -,..:;' oc i id'i i\i ivita,j*i'y, ztA <.'!):.£.¦ <. ¦ ' . £x,:.wy.. ,-J .-iiT'o-. v.. v.'.Vi!i '/• - \i><" COB.'.: ' .i.i ;..i the i.'..^\. ' ^\ ~ (A iU *u.i-i jli.i ' Jv¥- tioO.'.l L,i,:'r . yarti.'.ul.u iuMot tivu yi..vv <v li.v j,.v-r.»'bt.ie ¦'•-'¦ -.- y.r^.f.4t>-s^- fJliiivTiJ&U ,<,,f ANv,y,y ,'i^iSt,!'^'*L ' E &Z....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

[From flio Huntingdon-Globe. WALLACE AND HIS COFFEE-FGT IN THE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN OF 1SG7» BY J. SEWEL STEWAET. Xtvfis eventide—past supper time^ ' The slianty table cleared ; "Wlieti to the door a pilgrim came, "With dust upon his heard. . ¦ He asked if Collins' boss was in—Arid could he with him speak! Was ushered in—politely told I "There stands the man you seek." The boss inquired who he was—¦ Said : ,'Tray, what's to befall us ?" He said : "I bring no evil news ; My name is 'William Wallace. : "I want two hundred men to vote The Democratic ticket; The number needed you can call From this secluded thicket." The boss replied : "Sir, all my gang Are fresh from Erin's sod , And have no better right to vote, Than Aaron's magic rod." :'I have that fixed," the pilgrim'said, . "The papers signed and sealed ;"¦ There's naught to do but-writc their names, When ballots they can wield.' ' '!And as the documents are fresh And have .no badge of age, I have'iny co'flee-pot along, " To...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

TTTK HEIRESS IS JEOPABDY It was one day when I was about seven years old, after the unusual bustle in the family, mansion, and my being arrayed in a black frock; much to my inconvenience in the hot month of August, that I was told my enthusiastic old uncle had gone "like a lamb, and that I was the heiress to ten thousand per annum. This information given with an air of infinite importance, made no very great impression on irie at that time, and, in spite of the circumstances being regularly dwelt on, by my French governess, at Camden House, every ln.ip.ous misdemeanor, I had thought little or nothing on the subject, till, at the age of eighteen I was called upon to bid adieu to Levizaz and piioquettes, and hear my uncle's will read by my guardian. It furnished me, indeed, with ample .materials .for. thinking. Dr. Marrowfat's face neither human or divine, appeared positively frightful as he recited its monstrous contents. It appeared that my father and uncle, though brothers,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

TAXATION OF TJ. S. BONDS SPEECH OF Jilt. BLANK. The following is the Globe report of Mr. Blaine's speech, delivered in the House of Representatives, June 23,1868: Mn. Blaine. The fact 'that the bonds of the "United State's are exempt from State and municipal taxaation has created a wide spread discontent among the people, and the belief prevails quite generally that if this exemption could be removed the local burdens of tjje tax-payer would be immediately aiid essentially lightened. Many per|ons assert this belief from a spirit fn mischeviOus dcmagogueism, and£many do so from sincere and conscientious conviction. To the latter clas| I would beg to submit some fac^ and suggestions which may greatly modify, if not entirely change Meir conclusions. The total goldlbearing debt of the United States, «he conversion of seven-thirties cojpplete, amounts to a little more thaif^2jlQ0,000,00p;; of this sum total something over $200,-000,000 draw bi|; five per cent, interest, a rate no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

| ljc jgclltfmtfc §3ihJttaI. A journal devoted to the principles of the Union Republican Party, anil Local and General News: is published every Fhiday Horning. EINSIOE & SRO. Editor's & Publisher's. OFFICE, High Street near the Diamond. TERMS, 82.00 IN ADVANCE. Ko narae placed on the list without the price accompanying the order. KATES OF ADVERTISING. Weeks. Iix. 2 in. 3 in. I LOO" 1.50 2.00 3 2.00 2.50 3.50 0 3.00 4.00 0.00 13 5.00 7.00 9.00 20 9.00 13.00 18.00 52 10.00 24.00 30.00 Weeks. 4 in. £ col. -| col. 1 col. 1 IM~ 4.00 8.00 12.00 8 4.50 G.50 11.00 20.00". 0 ' 7;50 10.00 1G.00 30.00 13 12.00 18.00 30.00 45.00 20 -iS.OO 30.00 45.00 05.00 52 30.00 45.00 05.00 100.00 Legal Advertisements at the usual rates. Business Cards, per year, SS.OO. Local Business notices, 15 cents per line for each insertion. Transient advertisements must be paid in advance.-

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

FOR PRESIDENT, :. ' GEN. U. S. GRANT OF ILLINOIS. ' FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, SCHUYLER COLFAX OF INDIANA statFticiolt. /JUDITOK GBXERAL, 3m. J. F. IIARTRAKE;T, of montgoj:i:i:y-couxty; - SURVEiOr* GEXEIixVL, :-IEI\T. J. M. CAMPBELL, of cA?i«nr.v coirr;i*y. . " -* - CONGRESS, [ON. WM. H. ARMSTRONG, of lycoming cousty. Fob Assembly, COL- THEODORE GREGG ofBellefonte. Fon District Attohney, THAD. P. STEPHENS, ofBellefonte For. Commissioner, JAMES C. WILLIAMS,! of Philipsburg. Fob Auditor, JOHN H. MITCHELL, of Harris. ' Fok County Surveyor, HENRY P. TRCZIYHLNY . ofMilesbnrg. TBE WifMMl. TKIDAY Morning, f-^^J*f' '68, • ¦ ~ NATIONAL" TICKET. i .—— • . • • ' , ¦¦:;i-' J : , "( . . ; . ' , ' '; ; . , , , • j . , ]t i « 1 < , c t d

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

UNION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The following named-gentlemen constitute the Union Executive Committee ot Centre county for the ensuing year: Bellefonte—Win. P'. Wilson, Chairman. Milesburg—J. B. Halm, ¦ . Unionville—-Geo. Alexander,-JTowarcZ—W. ' L. Gordon, PhilUpsburg—Robaii, Lloyd, Jletvner—Capt. C. Dare, Boggs—Wm. Curt'n, . Bwnside—Dr. M; Stewart, Cm-tin—Jacpl) V. Knoll, Ferguson—Jos. B. Erb, Gregg— John D. Long,;. Haines—Dr. P. T. Musser, . IM/ jlfoon—Wm. L. WiVon, Barn's -John J. Thorvip.-OV, Howard—David B. P'etche •, Huston—John J. ThoJip'son, ' Liberty—\Ym. F. Cour.ev, Marion—JolmStrunl Miles—Col. K. II. Strolieclter, PaHow—P. B. Waddle, Pcnn—B. O. Deininger, Poller—M. L: Leitzel, Itnsh—Richard Athcrlon, Snow Shoe—Wm. B. Sa.age, Spring—Frank Jodon,. Taylor—L-ona:-A Merryman Union—G ~o -afi Ingram Walker—W. W.. Rogers, Horf/t—A. R. Barlow. . - , I I ¦ ! ¦ IIIIIIHII III I III I II

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

XOH THE CAMPAIGN. . Republicans of Centre county, it is our intention to mate the Bellefonte National a first-class Republian paper. We most respectfully • ivite all to aid us in our effort.. Terms, Single Copy per year $2.00 For the Campaign ttinglu Copy SO 5 Copies 1'or the'Cami.v.igii 2.00 10 « ': '¦ -i-oo 20 " .-: " 7.00 ofj « " " 0.0!) And all above 30 copies to one address 30 cts. v. copy. Here is a • •banco to save money and help to spread the light and truth. Send in your orders at once. The cash in every instance must accompany the order. We will also furnish the Belle fonte National to every responsible " DEMOCRAT in the county at the same club rates, payable when Grant and Colfax are elected. As many of the honest Democrats receive but little information as to the true state of the country, here is an opportunity to obtain information cheap, and also for nothing in case Seymour and Blair are elected. Should Grant and Colfax be elected,of which there is no doubt, they ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

"Brick,, Pomeeoy s new paper—the New York Democrat—isout boldly for repudiation. In an editorial in its third number, on the public debt, it said: We sweep aside the interminable discussions about the terms of the bargain, and ask simply, Does justice to the people require that the bargain be recognized? If we find that a corrupt Congress obtained the consent of an ignorant, thoughtless, and excited people to the erection of that stupendous monument of national i illy, called the national debt—if we ud that the debt was corruptly eonracted ; that its terms are usurious; i we become convince:! that a naiijnal debt is the most powerful leans of national corruption ; that ; cflgges an unequal and unfair dis-•isjgfron of property: that it creates : mischievous, idle, non-producing, 3iaxed, banded aristocracy ; that it .'¦irows the burden of taxation enirely upon the laboring class ; that ¦i hampers production and increases ¦istravagancc; that it makes million-¦ iires on one side and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

SALUTATOSY In assuming the proprietorship and control of the CentralPress—now the Bellefonte National it becomes our duty in accordance with an established custom to make our best bow to the Republicans of Centre County and the patrons of the Central Press and at the same time to define onr vjosition and our future course of action. And first we will state that we looic upon the Republican pa* ty as the only representative of Liberty and the rights of man in this Country. If the republican party goes down with its national ideas of human freedom, the largest liberty and the broadest philantrbphy, farewell to Constitutional liberty—to the American Republic-gand the hopes of the poor and the ojmrcssed of every nation, people and tohgue on the face of the earth. We believe, if the wise council of the leaders of the old Whig party, the counsel of such men as Webster and Clay, and the counsel of the wisest leaders "of the Republican party had been followed, or heeded by the slave...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 September 1868

LOOK AT THIS PICTUBE? Who compose this miscalled Democratic party that has kept the nation in the throes of dissolution since the close of the war ? • While we admit that there, are some honest, good men still co-operating with that party, it is never1 theless true, that there is not a traitor oiva man in the land who raised his sword to strike down liberty that is not arrayed in its ranks ! There is not a ruffian who roamed the cities of the North, when treason lifted its coward hand to. stab the nation in the back—howling like a savage for blood, and murdering all who by their color or exalted principles excited his barbarous ferocity, but is a member of that party and ranks among "Seymour's friends." Democracy, that once was as pure as the the Goddess of Liberty, has become the "social evil" of the body politic. She arrays herself in the robes of the harlot, and painted in shainelessuess, goes into the dens of vice and sells her person to gain popularity with the vulgar. Sh...

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