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

PBRyiLjaaBis.- .. B 'AUGECSv. . ¦',-— CaH-MERCIAL MANURES . ' .. ¥,.( 1 : ^^1!^l "'' ¦*': ON -EA'EHY >^WlHrf^ 1'ACKA(l E BAUQ11 & SUjlS, j.-liili:ikOi)iJa, ^Op-UWESTER^rKRJlUXDUr qO.: ' ¦--'¦' '•¦ ¦ 'onio'XGo, ' ., '" "", 'Solo Mai.iifaclurerp. -• "¦ I'lllC'I'.S. ¦ '¦ " •' -JUl'l3H!S-RAW- liOSK-P1I0SPII ATE.' Soli psr 2UUU j.niiD/ls. ¦ ! • "1BAUG.M'S,C!irUAQ) li'JNE FKRTn,IZ;!i': •' T '' S5U Di-r 2tl0!>'}-nun':.- " '' ¦ i I'.AiiaiJ's.ciii'cA'.'j iu.y.ii) y.A. N <n<. ¦ \ <: ••-. Sat) ni-.r 2««Vl. D-jiin'.l*. • "

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

BOOKS AJfD BOOKSTORES: • 7 IVINGSTON'S BOOK STORE. I i The undersigned at his ^fMflSjBS. NEW ROOM, in the North ?ndj(€fes&5i§r of tho Brokerhoff row, on lheQjj[gj£3jr Southwest Corner of the Diamond, still keeps on hand bis usual assortment of THEOLOGICAL, CLASSICAL,, SUNDAY. SCHOOL, MISCELLANEOUS, ;ui<l all tbo various School Books now iu ass. BIBLES, arranged for family photographs; also other Bibles in great variety, rarying in price from 60 tents to $30, Photograph Album?, Eotary Albums, (a new invention,) Blank Books and Stationery, Le, al Blinks, Metallic Slates, <i-c, <fco. He is also the A "opt for Centre County for the introduction and sale of Parker <fc Watsons, Readers..Kaub'e Soellers, Clark's Grammars'Brook'a Arithmetics Montieth's Geographies, Wartindale's HiMory of tho United States, and Whright's Orthography. AngM 'K7-ly. GEO. lalVIMiSTON. IBLES1 No.. 9, containiug six plates. Psalms in Metro, Family Re ,-ord, Gilt Back and Sides...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

%\xt Mcfonte Satt«tK\L IV kn. I i in. I a is. (-i is. i'o is". I la'iN. 11 v. 'oi.. IV Via. [ iT^fTis7rTTs7i"(iTs"."f ia'iJjTl feoi". A POLITICAL AXD SEWS JOURNAL, 1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOKJOXG, ». A. «. E. M. KSISLOB, Pro's, BELUiFOXTE, TA. . ^ TERMS:—Two Dollars per year, invariably in advance. e» HATES OF ADVERTISING. 1 I l.u'J I 1..J.I I 2-.il. | 4 •.!. | t.uU | VJ-'O ' C i '2.^<> j -^.cl-i 4..it: i ti.jij! n.uu [ 1:1..^ »> i 3.M» i i.a 11 7.501 vi.-Sj; it.iw | a.i.iiii I.J I o.'ll) | 7...I) | li.tr. I i-.U! | 3-.-.0!) I 43.110 il.i 1 ;i.ui! | ia.i,;i I ja.li'J | .ill. •:¦ | 4S.H0 | BO.CU _ OJ j lli Ul' j -li.lM j oU.nl) I -13.UI I l«.!>U I lrl/.tl) lfigs.1 A..lvjrt.is.-mt nrg at (lie usual rates'. Bjai'ii.-oi Cards, p:-r ye.'ir,S3,(i.'i. Local Uukiiiiss notices, la cents per line for each insertion. Transient advertisements must lie paid in advance. ***» *'*»^w*ww*tTA**rjjy«>v*?.j't.t)>wyfcg»«*T*iw U IViJV'jJSS tLAi. "I&g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

JM-fcHlCAJSTii-K. •\ TcEXTIRE'S STORE, 1U PLEASANT GAP, CENTRE CO., PA. This store ia now supplied with, a large stock Uf SUW SPRING AXD SUMMER GOODS, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions, Quconsware, Bootsand Shoes, anil u-11 articles usually kepi in country stores and at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. Give oie a call. No trouble to show goods. M.,v I'M.ir. r. ¦ > .. Mt-EX'ffRE. -pen BOOTS AND SHOES from the BEST MANUFACTURES IN P1IILADELPBIA, go to P. McAFFREY & CO.'S NEWSTOEE OXE DOOR EAST OF EET.N' OLD's BASK, BELLEFONTE, PA,, Where every article, coarse and fine, far MEN, WOMEN, AN"D CHILDREN, are constautly ON 1IAXD AXD FOR SALE, and MANUFACTURED TO ORDER. Good fits guaranteed, and prices low KEI'AIIUNG promptly attended to. Call and cxnmine my -¦tuck, which utii) be ?aid to be tli« Kestin this VU<: . Mnv I5.'»'S-3iii * O ^ AA AOA CUSTOMERS I'ATilOXIZE THE LEST. Having the).in>p.°t capita!, most experienced hiiier-i. :rnt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

No other concern has any show wherever our .rtereiits are sellim;. Our motto, "Prompt . and KeliaMe." Male and female Agents wanted in city anil country. THE LADIES Are particularly requested to try our popular club syHem of s-ellin- all kinds of Dry and Fancy Good?, Oris? Patterns, Cotton Cloth, Castors, Silver Plated Goods, Watches, &c (Established 1864.) A patent pen fountain and a check describing an article to be sold 1 for a dollar, 10 fits; 2rt for S2; 4 0 for $4; 60 for $6: 100 for Si0; sent by mail. Free prescnts to getter up, (worth 50 per cent, more than those sent by any oilier concern.) according to size of club. Send us a trial club , er if not do not fiil to send for a circular, i jf B —Our sale should not bo cl.issoi'^ with 1 New York dollar jerclvv sales ar bo2us 'i'ea' : Cc^panics," n-. it i- nntMnff < ; f «h» 5orti aAS'i'iiAN & KENDALL, i 65 Hanover Street, Boston, Mass.. ' May 29,'(58-Gin.lO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

K:tCSt.I.AN56TJ5. ¦ : rrARNESS, SADDLE, AND BHIDLE MAj^TJirACTOEY, BY J. II. McCLlTUE, Xcw Btiililiug, Bisliop Street, BELLEFOXTE, PEN"X'A. Mr. Mcnlitr« having now permanently located himself in the new liuibiim; ceeted f"r 'be purpose, in Bishop street, very respectfully and cordially invites ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS, and the public in general, whore he is prepared to serve them with any article desirable in Uis line, manufactured FROM l'HK UUSrSfoCK at reasonable rates, aud satisfaction guaranteed in every instance.,' SADDLES of ever j description cm baud and made to order on short notice. BRIDLES of every pattern and mounted according to taste. , COLLARS to suit in every particular, and of tho very best make. DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS manufactured to order in extra fancy and ordinary styles, and ri^od with tho best material in the lino of silver pla'cd or common mountings. Cart, Carriage, and every other description of Whim always on band, and of superiojt manufacture. Tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

To the delegate electors from the County and. State Agricultural Societies, the Trustees of the Agricultural College of Pennsylvania most rctpeclfully report. That they have so lessened the narabjr of Uis professorships and so changed the course of instruction in the College, sa to bring the expen- ditures within the income of the institution. It is right that, you and the industrial classes of Pennsylvania, whose representatives you are should know the reasons which have induced these changes. The Trustees take great pleasure in submitting the n through you to the public. The Fanners High School of Pennsylvania had its origin in a sincere desire to promote the welfare and elevate the character oi'theindtistritl classes of Pennsylvania, by the association of manual labor with the acquisition of scientific knowledge—It was organized upon the principle that all labor, manual or mental, which conduces to man's comfort and happiness is honorable. In all tiie changes through which ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

Hosne and Foreign Items. General Sens. General Grant and Governor Seymour were in Jfew York during the present week, and it is given out that they will visit Long Branch together. John Allen's noon-day prayer meetings are great successes. The crowds are very large and tho conversions are frequent. Cow Bay threatens to be metamorphosed from a den of wickedness to a haven of morality ami reliy\m._. It is said that a letter has been received from Mr. Spuvgeon announcing that ho Will shortly visit this country. The Secretary of the Treasury has decided that persons enraged in putting up buildings for the United States Government are not required to have a State or county permit. This question is to be taken to Court in Philadelphia in a few a , ''= ''' ' Is y fc- :d 3** !U 10 Jays. Several officers of tiie Philadelphia Board of Health, who we arrested for forcible entry in dealing out a soap maker's establishment, in the heart ot the city, have bssn discharged on the decision that t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

Foreign Items. The Paris Post Office has lifty-iive branch offices, in the city, and live hundred and forty-three boxes. There arc seveit deliveries daily. - ' The chief restaurant of Hamburg, Germany, employs two hundred and seventyfive persons, among which figure tiiiity rooks anil seventy-live w'aiters. The Yiceroy of Egypt has selected the planSjOf a palace to be built at Cairo, the estimate for which amounts to two and a half millions of dollars in gold. The Dutch papers report an abundance of fruit in Holland. Large baskets full of plums sell for fifteen cents, or about one cent for two hundred and fifty plums. The carriage roa.l and railroad over Mount Cenis, Italy, have recently been partially destroyed by a fearful storm. Communication was suspended for several days. Another accident is chronicled among the tourists in Switzerland. A young English lady, while climbing up the mountain at Chamounix, wits crushed by a huge block of stone rolling uown. At the village of G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

E'crnititnl. It is regarded ;s'-> one of the peaceful signs of the times in Europe, that General Garibaldi has publicly announced his wish to bs let alone in his retirement; and that he can no longer he visited by the, thousands of revolutionists, political refugees, soldiers of fortune, inventors aud sellers of firearms and implements of destruction, and fortune seekers and agitators in general, who have heretofore swarmed mound him, and allowed him no rest nor peace even in his island home. The New York Sun, having called for specific: charges against (Jcueral Butler, in the spoon stealing business, it ia asserted that the General stole silver ware from one Dr. Campbell and from Duncan F. Kenner, at Sciv Orleans, and thai it has recently been seen in his possession. Who believes this ? Thaddeus Stevens, speaking of Homer's Iliad, said it was "an account of a series of fights among Greek buffers, gods and men, with an occasional interlude about goddesses and the wives ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

farm antl I2.ozisc.ao1u. At this trying season of tho year it ' n -i-jsirahle to eat the most nutritive food. Tomatoes contain an acid which coiinlor.'.etJ the billions tendency of the system. (.'.-'¦::-ed or raw they are exceedingly -Ileal1.:.!":!. We give some palatable receipts for preparing them: )' " Tomato Toast—A Breakfast Drstr. Toast slices of bread, butter thtini. Hive your tomatoes well stewed, (you -c.v.i wiv.-m over what was left from, tliuiieri,) s^r'.td them on each side of the toast, se:icli:i;r i ::o slices on each plate to the tabhv... put t!:e slices iu two, and help each person: to two half slices, not attempting to liiji the ton slice, otherwise the appearance; of fir; under slice will he destroyed. Bnon.Ki) Tomatoes.—Slice iu thick slices, butter the gridiron, aud place them skin side down. When that is browned, turn and let them cook thoroughly; sprinkle pepper and salt ou them. Tomato Sour.—Cut small tho red part of three largo carrots, three heads of cel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

Railway Hntte::i. The Cincinnati (lait'la says t":.-'- ;!.•> Cincinnati, Richmond and l\ivc Yfavr..: Railroad, which has beeususpeii led, ;-Sv...i now in a fair way to bo built and put it running order. The Pittsburg, Fort Way ins and Chicago and C. II. and D. Railroad-; made a proposition to gurantcj the interest- or a million dollars of their bonds, to enable the company to purchase the iron necessary to lay the track, This, with one hundred thousand dollars additional subscription, was thought sufficient to enable the directors to put the roatl in running order, but it was afterwards ascertained that the charter of the C. II. and D. prevented tbcui from joining in any such gurnnte-!.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

1' acoiivi: A traveler, among other narrations of wonders of foreign parts, declared he knew a cane a mile long. The company looked incredulous, and it was evident they were not prepared to swallow it, even if it should have been a sugar-cane. '-Pray, what kind of a cane was it'.'" asked agentloman, siieeriugiy. "It was a huiricane," replied the traveler. One of our crockery merchants will hereafter import fashion plates. He lias an eye lo business. An elderly New Voik woman, with her daughter, looking at the marble statue of Girard in tiie college building tho other day, startled tho by-s'anders by exelaiming, "La! Sally, how wiiite he was'."' In Nevada, a contemplative Digger Indian sat watching p. party of base ball players, who seemed to him to be working very hard. Turning to one of them, he -isked, _'IIow much you get eon day '.'', Biddy came back from whortleherrying, and \vi; asked it' she fy.m-.l the berries plenty. "Sure, yes," said sii>, "but thedry weather has...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

COVaMKItOIAXi COLLEGE. \yiLLIA3ISPOHT 'COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. • Duly Ciiauteui3) and Okgakized t>> i!'e Lr-KU-miurs tu grant Ditihiiuaa u> its Olil :tl.-Ht:a. Til 13 INSTiTUTIOX, but recently jinm-il, was wclcumed at its uut->vl. l.\ » ~ iui.ru I'uwitl patr»u;i|j:<) limn tltut ittoch Si.* Uff! awr-Tilcl ariy oilier Cummerii.u CoIli'gB in tire cumiry. <-> ADVANTAGES. Kr.'oilj-, llralih, anil Kiwi/iess Importance of IniNitioii-It is ren.iily accessible from all parts M Rjilrcnitl. . , lis course of Instruction 13 full, thorough, ami iiit-Pinini'iitly practical. K-Mudin^ CIllSAl'Elt than at any other similar lustitutiim. For teiius, specimens ot business and Ornamental' |)euin»nshii>, samples uf money used in C.illejrc U.mk, &.C.. call at the Office, or aUU:«,3 J.F.DAVIS. iTiLLLursroRT, Pa. An?, z.'st-it. BAKERIES. pAKERY & COOTECTION-13 EKY. ! The FnriSoribt'T -won'.J respectfully ratmeo the citizens of BeUcf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

IT MOWS! IT REAPS! IT RAKES FARMERS look to yont interests! Buy a Kirby Combined Mower and Reaper, with Iteel Self Kake—very much improved. Those who t'lready iuiro i'io Eirf-y Kenpcr, anil wp. nt EX CRAS ibr t!:3 comb'- harvest wi 1 pleuso hand in their orders at once. SHORTIilDGE Si CO., May 15,'6S-5m. Agents. 1 { UBBA11D MOWER AND i 1 » i SELF-RAKING REAPER! . This celebr.itel machine is now offered to , the htruiers ol" Centre etiunty. It is u side delivery machine, will drop the grain in a neat ' sheaf, or in a stv^th, and do it -is w«-lJ as it i can bo dune by hand. It runs very light— • Un« man, with a uuir of horses, can cut one acre per hour. It is warranted in every particular. It was awarded the grand g"ld medal i at the great national livid trinl, lar-iing three i weeks, held at Aul.urn, X. Y„ in 1S66. 'It has taken the first premium for sis successive yea's at the Ohio t-utte J»ir. (No premiums were- awarded in lSriT.) Men wanting to get a first class harvesier will...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

. ^kK.^ll.U^'-'f.U J^^-Utl^l -JJ. m>--*..i. JWB.B«^.raag^.«™ [For the Uullefbnto National. LOTAL HtXr, AW*ESI AWAKE! Air—3Ir Alini'LAXD. Across our broad l>jjii.ii!i it flics, L.iyal in:ii, A-wako! Arise A Steeples Foe you ca.Wt despise, Loyal men, Awake! Arise! Then shout it out in glad surprise, "i'is now or never, treason dies, And roll the anthem to the skies, Loyal men, Awake! Arise I Your Chief again is at your head, Soldiers true, Awake I Arise! Stand by the flag, and Grant who led, Soldiers true. Awake'. Arise! Our destiny is on your tread, "While all the past with memories dread, And voices from our million dead, say Soldiers true, Awake I Arise! Be worthy of your glorious past, Soldiers true, Awake! Arise! Your ballots like your bullets east; Soldiers true, Awake I Arise! Once more tho gray in blue is masked, Move on the foe in column massed; A craven he who fails at last, Soldiers true, Awake! Arise! As forests stand by mountain gust, Loyal men, Awak...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

THE JATIOrm "FRIDAY Morning. SEP. Hi >68 _" "JirXCCT rXLCTJTlVE COMjKITTEE. The fulltiwing named gentlemen constitute the Union Executive Committee ol Centre county for the ensuing year: Bellefontc—Wm. P. "Wilson, Chairman. Jfife&urty—J. B. Halm, Vnionvike—Geo. Alexander, Howard—W. L. Gordon, Phillipsburg—Robert Lloyd, Benner— Capt. C. Hare, Bongs—Wm. Curtin, I?i:--.!.«'rie—Dr. M. Stewart, Cir.-'.'n—Jacob V. Knoll, Ferguson—Jos. B. Erb, Cregg— John D. Long, Haines—Dr. P. T. Musser, jTMf jlibon—Wm. L. Wilson, Harris -John J. Thompson, Howard—David B. Fletcher, Huston—John J. Thompson, Liberty—Wm. F. Courier, Marion—John Strunk, Jliifes—Col. K. H. Strohecker, Patton—V. B. Waddle, Penn—B. 0. Deininger, Potter—li. L. Leitzel, Jitisft—Richard Atherton, Snow Shoe—Wm. B. Savage, Spring—Frank Jodon,, Ttrylor—Leotard Herryman, Union—Goorge Ingram, Walker—W. W. Rogers, Tfbrift—A. R. Barlow.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

S^tIonaxTticket porrbesldent GrEK. XT. S. GRANT, t or illesois. FORYICE-PRESLDENT, SCHUYLER COLFAX OF EWWAIfA stateticket. AUDITOR GENERAL, GEN. J. F. HARTRANFT, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY SURVEYOR GENERAL, GEN. J. M. CAMPBELL, OF CA3TJ3BIA C0TJXTY CONGRESS, HON. WM- H. ARMSTRONG of ircojmrG county. Eon Assembly, COL. THEODORE GREGG, of Bellefonte. Fon DisnacT Attorney, TilAD. P. STEPHENS, ofBellefonte. Foe Commissioner, - JAMES 0. WILLIAMS,] of Philipsburg. Fob Auditor, ' JOHN H. MITCHELL, of Harris. Ion Cocnti' Surveyor, HENRY P. TRCZIYTJLNY, of Milesburg. . , ' , . . . , ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

SOB. THE CAMPAIGN. Republicans of Centre county, it is our intention to make the Bellefonte National a first-class Republican paper. We most respectfully invite all to aid us in-our effort. Terms, Single Copy per year $2.00 For the Campaign Single Copy 50 5 Copies for the Campaign 2.00 10 " " '• 4.00 20 « " " WO 30 " " " 9.00 And all above 30 copies to one address 30 els. a copy. Here is a chance 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 Bellefonte 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 informa tion as to the true state of the conntry, here is an opportunity to obtain infonniUio'.i cheap, and also for nothing in case Shymour and Blair are elected. Should Grant and Colfax be e!eeic:I,of which there is no doubt. they wiii be bette...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

GRANT AND COLFAX Republicans, War Democrats, "Union men and all who feel an interest in the perpetuity of the Union are most cordially invited to turn out in their strength to meetings to be held at the following places : Howard, Monday; evening, September 14th. Boalsburg, Tuesday evening, September, 15th. Hublersburg, Wednesday evening September 16th. Philipsburg, Thursday evening, September 17th. Milisburg, Friday evening, September 18th. The meetings will be addressed by - HON.W. H. ARMSTRONG. Other distinguished speakers will toe present and address the people on the issues of the Campaign. A special invitation is extended to the Ladies. By Order of W. P. Wilson, Chairman County Committee.

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