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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Although we have said something of a similar nature before, let iis urge again, good men everywhere, to attend the polls on Tues day next. There should be no "let up" until the victory is won. Strike for success in the county. Theorists may explain to their own satisfaction that there does exist such a thing as glory in a defeat, but it is not a thing of frequent occurrence; and at all events, the theory is not likely ever to become popular, so that we may as well go to work and labor for the glory that invariably attaches to success. It only remains for us to' go in and win. Vote for Grant and Colfax on Tuesday next, and thus insure peace to the country.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

TN BANKRUPTCY. 1 In TJ. S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania. This is to giva notice that on the 3d day of October, A. D. 1868, a warrant in Bin'^ruptcy was issued against the estate of JUm Ertman, of Miles township, in thi-. county of Centre, and State of Pennsvlvanfa, -who has been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition; that thy payment of any debts and doilm-y of any property belonging to such Bankrupt, to i.ira or ior his use, and the transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law ; that a xn eting of th.; creditors of the said Uan-.r.<p , to prove their debts and choose one or nvjr. assi^ne.:s of bis estate will bo heidatihe Brotkerlioii" House, in Bellefonte, before T. £. Smith, Register, on tho 5th day of November, A. D. iSoa, at 4 o'clock, P.M. THOMAS A. ROWLEY, Marshall, A-i M -sssengor By DAVID OAMEKON, Deputy. 10 9 4t TN THE ORPHAN'S COURT OF J- Centre county." In the matter of the estate of William Bailv, dee'd., the undersigned an Audit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

EXECUTORS' NOTICE. Whereas, Letters Testamentary on the estate of -Philip ShoneDerger, late of Harris township, deceased, have been granted to the undersigned all persona knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment, and all having claims to present thorn duly authenticated by law for settlement. GEORGE SHENEBERGER, DAVID KELLER, TN THE MATTER OF THE ES-1 TATE OF JACOB HOUSEB, late of Harris townsnip, dee'd. The undersigned appointed by the Orphan's Court of Centre county, an Auditor to make distribution of tho balance in the hands of Geo. E. Wasson, and Wm. Thompson, administrators of said estate, to and among those legally entitled thereto, will meet the parties interested at his oflice on Tuesday, the 27th day of October, next,at 1 o'clock, P.M. JAS. H. RANKIN, Oll'tS Auditor. TN THE MATTER OF THE ES-1 TATS OF WILLIAM H. COOKE. In the Orphans' Court of Centre County, August Term, 1868. The undersigned, appointed by the Court, an auditor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

SIXTEENTH QUARTERLY O STATEMENT of the 1st National Bank of Bellefonte, for Quarter ending October 3d, 1868. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, 6228,397 45 Suspended Debts 14,277 25 Bonds to secure circulation 100,000 00 Other U.S. Bonds 30,000 00 Due from National Banks 29,617 89 Due from other Banks and Bankers 1,427 18 Cash Items 13,S04 33 Expense Fixture (and Tax, Ac 10,KG> 89 Legal Tender N otee, <Src 22,27170 8450,659 41 LIABILITIESCapital Stock.... 100,000 00 Surplus Fund.. -. 30,000 uo Notes received from Comptroller.. 87,51)0 00 Due Depositors 177,633 61 Due National Banks 33,453 69 Due other Banks and Bankei-. ... 'i.jiao 71 Interest and Exchange. ;:,68t 40 -i0y,659 41 JOHN P. HATtr.IS. CUsaimi. Sworn to and iubscribed befucc .:tc iAtfV Sizih day ef Octobtr, 1868. EVAN M. BLANCHABD, Notabt Public.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

" Tip MTIOWAL' FRIDAY .Morning, OCT. 30, '68. ] Tj»ap3MgMlMKj^Br*MOH*MsWBWM>*Mi^Ms1^^'"^^^^^^f^l£T . « NATIONAL TICKET. 1 ' FOB PRESIDENT,- , ; . GEN. IT, S.' GUAtfT, , OF IIX1SOI9.. < FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ] SCHUYLER COLFAX, i OF-PJDIAyA. ^ < ^ :i::1^bR"ESECl7TIvi- C0MMITXEE. ] The following named gentlemen con- < orients lha Union Executive Committee ot Centre ooimtv for the ensuing year: Iklkfonte-Wm. V. Wilson, Chairman. Milesburg—3. B. Balm,] l •luomille—Qee. Alexander, hoieard—Yf. l>. Gordon, yiilllipsburp—Robert Lloyd, Ifcrmw—Cupt. C. Dare. Boggih-Wm. Curtin, : . lim-nside—Dr. M.-Ste\Wt. Curtin—Jacob Y. Knoll.. - v Ferguson—Job. B. Erb, . ¦* 'Grevg^~JolinD.Long, ilflfnes-^Dr. P. T. Mussel-. Half Moon—Wm. L. Wilson, Harris -John J. Thompson, * Jlomrd—David B. Fletcher, Huston-"'John J. Thompson, Liberty—Wm. F. Courier, Marlon—John Strunk, Miles— Col. K. B". Strohecker, . Patton—P. B. Waddle, ' Penn—B. O. Delninger, Potter—M. L. Leitzel, Musli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

The National .Intelligencer, and the New York World are determined to be heard in the matter of a change in the Democratic candidates). The "World" at one time intimated that the withdrawal of Blair might possir Wy give satisfaction, but the "In» telligencer" advocates a thorough change, and says the demand for it is so general as to require the immediate attention of those who have authority to speak for the Demo cratic and Conservative voters of the country. Change won't save you, gentlemen. The political sins of your party are crushing you to the earth. There is no balm in Gilead for you. We usually sympathise with the "under dog" in a fight, but we don't wish to be understood as intimating any desire to help you out of this muddle, if we could. You may weep and wail; you may gnash your teeth and change, but let us tell you calmly, that your sorrow comes too late. Repentence for political, as well as for other sins, should be practiced before it is everlastingly and eternally t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

OUTRAGEOUS. The Watchman of last week contained an editorial headed "The Dickinson Seminary—Keep your Children from It/* "«*icn was entirely uncalled for, most mischievous in its tendency, and taken all in all, a most cowardly attack upon the institution itself, and Dr. Mitchell, who is in charge of it; and that too; for np other reason, as far as we can learn by inquiry, than that Dr. Mitchell's political proclivities do not accord with those of P. Gray Meek. We incline to the opinion that if Meek had given it a few moments consideration beforehand, the article referred to would not have appeared. The institution has hosts of friends in this section of the country, who are unwilling that charges of so serious a nature shall be flippantly made. Meek, imitating the style of his great exemplar, Brick Pomeroy, terms the institution "a perfect sinkhole of iniquity aud hypocrisy," "a (kitchen for a political pot house," and makes use of many other equally delectable expressions that mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

THANKSGIVING. PBOCX.AVA.T10X BY THE PRESIDENT. ' By the President of the United States of America: A PROCLAMATION. In the year which is drawing to an end, the art, the skill, and the labor of the United States have been employed with greater diligence and vigor on broader fields than ever, before, and the fruits of the earth have been gathered into the granary and the storehouse in, marvelous abundance. Our highways have been lengthened, and new and prolific regions have been occupied. We are permitted to hope that long protracted political and sectional discussions are, at no distant day, to give place to returning harmony and frrternal affection throughout the Republic. Many foreign States have entered into liberal agreements with us, while nations which are far off, aud which he etofore have been unsocial and exclusive, have become our friends. The annual period of rest which we have reached in health and tranquility, and which is crowned with so many blessings, is by unive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

It will be remembered by the readers of tho Watchman, that in its issue just prior to the last election, it strongly espoused the cause of deserters; labored earnestly to convince election boards that it was their bounden duty to receive the votes of all such dastards, and decried as persecution the efforts of those who strove to observe the law upon the subject. There was, in the article referred to, a noticeable presumption that all deserters would vote the Democratic ticket. In the same issue of that paper urgent appeals were made to all good soldiers to support the Democratic nominees, in order, as it said, that the result of their labors in the field might be secured to them and their children. The idea doesn't seem to have occurred to the writer in that case, that he was asking good soldiers and honest men to aid deserters, who had failed them when in the enemy's front. In this we see butanother of Gray's inconsistencies. Oh, Democracy, Democracy, what lies are told in thy n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

TOCKISBON SEMIXAUT. ¦ The libellious article which appeared in the Watchman of last week concerning the above named institution, and which we have referred to elsewhere; has had the effect of crowding our table with communications from different quarters, contradicting in strong terms the imputations, and unfounded assertions contained in it. It has developed the fact that the friends of the institu tion are numerous and nnwillining that attacks upon its fair fame should go unnoticed. The Daily Lycoming StaudardofSaturday last gave the article entire, accompahing it with approving remarks; the result was, that a perfect storm of indignation was raised against both the sheets named above. A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Institution was called for last night, at which we suppose appproriate action was determined upou. The faculty and students of that institution will compare favorably with those of any in the country; and indeed Mr. Meek, in his August issue containin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

KEW ADVERTISEMENTS. MULES FOR SALE. A pair of Mules that will work either ¦ingle or double, can be obtained on easy turmi by enquiring al this office, - 10 3» it. . TffltTANY VALLifi * iixaini. i.i iaCKSOXVILLE, CENTRE CO. PBNNf'A. 'Thin Institution will -pen for the admission of students for a term of twonty weeks, on the 4'.h day of November, 18S8. Superior liicilitief afforded. For puitifiilar.i aidie-ia any of the undertigned at Walker P. 0, Certre ronnty, Pa. Prof. 6. M OTTO, Dr. J. RHOADS, U< v. .1. K. MILL;.?, J0 30 3>. Rev. P. Q. KLEIN. SKLfcUS J NiCKf.H-lil. WESI.BT B. V ' • •••• NICKERSOtf & MOSELEY Manufacturers and Wholesale Dealers in Boots and Shoes, NO. 435 MARKET STREET, NO. 435 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA ^aBTA large amount of City Made Work constantly en hand. Orders from Country Merch-nts respectfully solicited. IU 30 ly AUSTIX CURTIN'. ARPHANS COURT SALE. By rirtue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Centre county, will b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

ircGUIRE'S X SPANISH HAIR DRESSER!". For promoting the growth, beautifying the hair, and rendering it d rk and glossy. No other compound possesees tne peculiar properties which so exactly suit the various c.<nlilious.of the human hair. The use of tbiioil «s a hair'('reiser has been universal_utrerv lection .if the country in the Spanish : Vain for centuries. Tn* oil is highly -ilia elioately erfumed. forming au arcinlo unrivaled in excellence. McODtRE'S MEXICAN WILD FLOWER* SHAMPOO LOTIO.V. For removing "dandruff and soroff from the besd, whitening and ppri'iimii] ^ thoslcin. Th--aluablo lotion was used by the Empcro-Maximillian, and the Empress Carlotta, or Mexico, and universally us.id by Mexicans icr three hundred years. MoGuirs's WILD FLOWERS FOR THE TEETH. Allthuis who are in favor of whi'e teeth and a pleasant and perfumed breath, should at once use. this for the Teeth. All these preparations are put up iu tho most elegant and ornamental manner. The hands»ino«t pre*un...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

ATTENTION! NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. , MERCANTlLE.^^^B nEO. W. FAIRER & CO. l^EW HARDWARE= ST01^B MONEY AND TIME SAVED I \r a n t.i a 7 H JSo, 4. Bushs Arcade. V By going direct to Has just received the largest stock of J. A J. HARRIS. ¦ l1 U K O NO. 5, BROKERHOFF ROW 1 TiAmnr r htt r tT ¦ im t) fin Ever brought to Centre county. Their stock "' 1 UflWtn I I1 AM I It I comprises some of the best mate: ial in the Now • 1 ilUVUClLiJ UlLLILiiil U d UU York and Philadelphia fllarkets, and ranges in ] prices from 1 A. O -RTTQTT'Ci A RP 4 DF ^4'00 t0 ^125 PER SETT. A new and complete Hardware Store ha. 1 Ot Z JJ U OXL iJ iVIV^ii-i/XL/, j,]-ot oniy jn the Fur Line does Mr. Fairer been opened by the undersigned in Brokerexcel other establishments in the County, but in hotTs new building—win re they are nrenared BELLEFONTE, PA. Zephyr* Saxony ™£cJ™™^& S ^ ' M"^! "' ^ ,. . ... „ Woo Zeohvr and Panor Patterns. In the Ho- tug Hardware, Iron, feteel, Nails ind evcrv To purchase everyt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

THE NATIONAL WObiiuariw longer than fir* lines xanst 1» pa A for »t th* r*t« ol £,-», cents p« lin*. All Soci.ty teuludou wb»MTsi totmaunictUmii recou »wdun eandtd»w fot erEc-( MnBT „ m nt. I „.wclf it the i.t. 0 °*™*"tt *** **«¦ or not b« publUntd.£» LOCAL NEWS. A good pair of mules which will work either single or double, are advertised for sale in this issue. They will be sold on easy terms. Particulars can be-obtained by applying at this office. We accept the blockaded condition of our streets, as an evidence of improvement, not of the streets, but in the matter of our buildings. If this were not so, we should indulge iu the luxury of a growl. Messrs. Maliphaut and Cline who have for some time been getting along so swimmingly in the fish business at their stand in the Diamond, have removed to the new hotel building 011 corner of Race and High streets, "West Bellefonte. * ¦ This is the day fixed for the grand mass meeting at Tyrone. A large number of prominent speakers ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Mifflin and Centke County Raixeoad.—We will state, for the benefit of those of our readers who may have concluded that this road is among the impossibilities, that it has been shown to be not only feasible in itself, but a fact that will be accomplished sooner than most of our people expect it. We have been furnished with some of the notes made of the route by Chief Engineer Byers, from which we extract the following : " The distance from Bellefonte to Milroy, by the experimental survey that has been made during the past month, is thirty-six miles. The grade does not exceed fortyfive feet per mile ascending from Bellefonte to Bear Meadow Creek. From Bear Meadow Creek to Foust's, a distance of eight miles, the grade ascends sixty feet to the mile, and from Foust's to Milroy, eight miles, the grade descends one hundred aud twenty feet per mile on straight lines, and equated on curves. There will be two or three short tunnels on Spring Creek, the distance saved by tunnelling, howev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Market House.—Have the good people of our town, or rather those to whom we are accustomed to look for the initiation of improvements in our midst, given over all thought of a market house. If you are at all dubious on the matter of a location, allow us, gentlemen, to suggest the ground near the water-works, a lot one hundred feet square can be had there, running within about fifty feet of the water-works, and so situated that a building can be erected convenient to the creek, which if it is necessrry can cany away the offal; it will be easy of access, and is every way desirable. If properly managed it will be a source of income to the Borough. Tliink of it, as a paying investment. Can we hope that our Borough Fathers will put their "frosty paws together, and evolve from their giant intellects,' a market house that shall, as a monument of their wisdom, and kind consideration of our people's wants. Let us state in this connection, that should the "Fathers" neglect tliis matter, othe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

A Soldiee discharged bt his Employer FOR REFUSING TO VOTE FOB Seymour.—Wm. Dale, a soldier of the Regt. P. V., was discharged by Jno. Hoy, of Spring township, on Tuesday, 27th inst., because be refused to vote against General Grant. By means of this breadand-butter argument, Mr. Hoy forced two men to vote the Democratic ticket at the State election. This is Democratic regard for the laboring man ; forcing him on the verge of winter to vote against the ven principles which are keeping him alive, on pain of discharge from employment. The above statement was communicatee] to us by a perfectly reliable gentleman, who assures us of its truthfulness. And some may say, "what about it; whose affair is it; hasn't Mr. Hoy a perfect right lo suit his own convenience." We will only remark of it, that it is but another evidence of Democratic consistency, found at home. Democracy has sadly degenerated; and the type now most prevalent, has no need of manliness or fair dealing. Truth and honest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

The following article which as will be seen is clipped from the columns of the State Guard, is well worthy a perussl by our citizens, here as'well as elsewhere. Mr. Wcin Forney, the author of the article, was formerly a resident of this place, and speaks by the book. If there be any error in his statements it consists of too low an estimate, by about ten thousand, of the value of the improvements now in progress :— BnOCKERHOFF HOUSE, \ Bellefonte, Oct. 54th, 1S68. $ [Editorial Corespondence State Guard.] One of the most impressive facts connected with the history of the last eisht years, is, that the country, even while compelled to struggle with the most gigantic rebellion ever waged to destroy a great government, the States which conten ded with treason made more progress in development during the four years of the war, and the four years which followtd, than they achieved during any eight years for the last haif century. No locality in Pennsylvania demonstrates this fact more...

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