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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

Ak effort is making to keep open the Republican Club Room in this place, as a reading room, and a place for social meetings, on occasions which will not reqire the use of Town Hall, or Court House. The room will be well lighted and heated ; and at all times supplied with a great variety of the best papers in the country. The sum required from each member will be very small, combined with the immense advantages to be derived from such an arrangement. »- We are talking to the ladies, when we say that Miss Mary L. McBride at corner of Allegheny and Bishop sts., has just returned with a large lot ofthe loveliest hats, and sweetest flowers, and taken all together the most complete lot of Millenery goods outside of Philadelphia. Velvets, feathers, satins, silks &c, to infinity ; straw goods of all varieties, London, military and Grecian bend hats. Indeed we are bewildered when we think of all the beautiful things comprised in her stock of new goods. Pincking and stamping attende...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

The Republican headquarters in this place was crowded until 1 o'clock on Tuesday night last, with those of our citizens who assisted in achieving the glorious victory. Speeches, songs, and general congratulation were indulged in to an unlimited extent. Each one felt that he had a perfect right to rejoice, and he rejoiced accordingly, and where is the harm in it. We'll have no opportunity to rejoice over another Presidential success until the reelection of Grant, which you know is four years in tho fuiure.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

Col. Theodore Gregg, who, it wil be remembered, is the authorized agent of the Natioxal, travels with his eyes open. During the past week he has spent considerable time in the Snow Shoe region, with which he is perfectly lamiliar. He has given us several items concerning the people "over the mountain," which, by our lack of space are prevented from appearing. We have room only to say to those of our friends who have a mania for hunting, that they may feel sure of obtaining excellent hotel accommodations with Mr. John lizzie, at Snow Shoe, or with S. & J. Bower, or J. P. Hite, of Burnside township. The Colonel gladly remembers kind attentions received at the hands of Mr. C. R. Graham, of Snow Shoe.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

We have seen within a few days, a document which we have no doubt was, at one time, anxiously sought after by those unfortunates who failed to regale themselves by a sight of James Munks "dancing on nothing and looking up a rope." It was, in short, the confession of Munks, who, will be remembeied by a few of our oMest citizens, as the first man who was hanged in Centre comity. The confession, which gives the particulars of the murder of Reuben Guild, was printed in Bellefonte by W. Brindle, in the year 1810, for the benefit of the family of Munks, James Linn, Joseph Williams and James Magee were the parties in whose presence Munks signed the confession. This story of Munks forms, possibly, the earliest tral dition of general interest connected with Centre county.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

Pierce Figiits.—On Tuesday evening last,while the town was crowded with "politicians" anxious for "something to turn up," a fierce assault, resulting in the death of one of the combatants, took place in tho Drugstore of F. P. Green, esq., A great number of spectators crowded around the place of conflict each loud in his expression of sympathy. The struggle was as fierce as death struggles usually are ; but as is usual, science combined with superior strength proved too much for simple determination, aud the result was, that Frank was obliged to remove his largest trout from the aquarium, in order to prevent its further ravages upon the large gold fish that has been for some time sharing with it the admiration of all beholders.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

R. R. which is to say railroad, and "this brings us to notice in the first place" a fact to which we have before referred, viz., that a railroad from Bellefonte to Milroy has been determined upon. It is conceeded on all hands, that this line will be a great convenience, indeed that it is a necessity to our people; while the feasibility of the route has been shown to be beyond a peradventure; so that the building of the road resolves itself into a question of time. Some of our cautious people, jealous of the interests of our town, aud fearing that the building of this road will make us simply a way station on a line of road running from Sunburv to Lewistown, have drawn a horrible picture of our future. They tells us of our ruined merchants, of stagnated business ; and of a state of things, in every way deplorable. They picture our town "fenced in" and having a gateway on either side of it, to admit ofthe passage o through trains daily. Think of our jolly little town being treated s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

The coal regions in some parts ofthe state seem to be infested by gangs ol rufffiaus whose very existance is a blotch on the face of society, murders would see in their estimation to constitute a pleasant pastime. The following account of the latest murders •we clip the Subur- Gazett of 0ct,24: Murder near Mt. Cakmel.—Mi-. A. W. Rea, agent'for the Locust Mougtan Coal and Iron Company, and superintendent for the Coal Ridge Improvement Coal Company, was assassinated on his way to the mines, about a mile and a half from Centralia, Columbia county, nearly midway between that place .and Mt. Carmel, this county. He received six shots, three of which were mortal. From appearances the pistol must have been placed to his head, as the powder had blackened and burned his his face. His remains were found on Sunday morning, about daylight, some thirty yards from the roadside, by the citizens of Centralia, who turned our en mass on hearof his being missing. Mr. Ilea was murdered for his money...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

Cowardly.—We give below two letters sent through the Post Office to J. C. Peters of Unionville. They speak for themselves and their authors, in such a way as to leave no doubt of their infamy. We had fondly hoped that the time had gone by, when men could be found, so lost to all sense of right, so entirely devoid of all manly principles, and so peculiarly {/ifled with meanness as to resort, for mere party purposes, to threats, made too in an underhanded, cowardly maimer, with the intention of influencing votes. This neat, and commendable practice, we have no doubt, was indulged in, by many others of Mr. Seymours "friends." But "the best laid plans of mice and men gang aft aglee," and since with all the chicanery, and low, scurrilous tricks resorted to by the opposition, aud may we not say in consequence of them, they have failed would it not be magnanimous in us to content ourselves with a mild expression of our contempt for them. But to the letters : Bellefonte, Oct. 30., 1308 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

Bellefonters Abroad.—Our duty as public journalists, as well as the interest which, as individuals, we take in anything affecting the reputation or welfare of our fellow citizens, prompts us to animadvert upon a custom which we must characterize as very reprehensible. It may not be generally known, that many of our gentlemen friends, who, when at home, e models of propriety, who excel in all the manly virtues, and indeed are selected by fond mothers as exemplars worthy of imitation by their favorite sons ; we say that it may uot he matter of public noteriety, that tliese gwitlenieu, when free from tlie restraints of home and friends, throw oil their self imposed appearance of stern and unrelenting virtue, and don the festive manner and jovial style peculiar to those whose practice it is to enjoy tlie present and "run their chances" hereafter. We have been shown a letter from Philadelphia, descriptive of the meander ings of three or four of our townsmen, who were there last week....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

Blair County Items. McCamant, Elliott & Co., of Tyrone, are enlarging their planing mill, this is said, and we believe it, to be the result of judicious advertising. Passenger and freight trains are running daily to Newry. A "watch stolen from an Altoona R. E. engineer about a year ago,-was last week recovered in a Pittsburg pawnbroker shop. A. J. Riley, of Williamsburg, had his hands severely burned the other day,in his successful endeavor to save from death by fire a voting lady. Cambria County Items. The corner stone' of a new German Catholic Church will be laid in Johnstown on the 15th of November. The Pa. R, R. Co. have erected a commodious station house at Wilnior?, Cambria county. Mrs; Otterson", a widow lady residing atSmnmitville, Cambria county, committed suicide by hanging herself to a bed post, on on Sunday last. Wm. King, arrested for horse stealing, escaped from the Cambjia jail. Mr. F. S. Deckert, late of Blairsville, has succeeded Rob't Given as Pa. il.R....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

MARRIED. At tho residence of the bride's father, Jas. Gordon, esq., by Itev. Alfred Yeomans, on Thursday, tho 15th inst., J. It. MufHy, esq., of Philadelphia, to Miss Martha S. Gordon, of Centre county, Pa. DIED At the family residence in Nittany, on the Ifith inst, from pneumonia, Lydia, the wife of Kev. L. Gr. Eggers, in her 50th year. On the Iflth nit-, Mrs. Mary Furoy, widow of the late Wm. Furej", formerly treasurer of Centre county. STEW ADVERTISEMENTS ASTRAY. Li Cain?, to the residence of Martin Dolan in Central City, Uogss township, on the 311111 day ol Siontcriiher, "a forrel horse with a white stripe ou his lace, about fourteen hands liii;h. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charccs, and take him away, or lie will be dispos:d"ol" according t;> law. 10 a* 3t MARTIN DOLAN. DISSOLUTION. Ay The partnership heretofore existing between C. T. FryberKor and Henry Race, oi Bellefont,-, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. Octob...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

WHO DID IT? WHY CLINE & MORGAN DID IT. AND TUFA'DID IT JUST EIGHT. They believe that whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well, .fnif upon libs' principle they have opened a FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET, In Mrs. Irvin's store room on the north side of the Diamond, and two doors north of Allegheny street. 'They will slaughter good cattle every day, and will therefore have constantly on hands good fresh meat of every description. They will also keep for the accommodation ot customers chickens, eggs, butter, cie. Whenever the people want something real good—a little extra nice, let them call at CLIXE k MORGAN'S CITY MEAT MARKET. 9 IS 'OS tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

MISCELLANEO US BUGGY WHEELS, in setts, re dy-made, for sale by J. & J- HAKiilt O.T.J,'li7 pALL AND SEE THE GHAM-\J HO.\ CLOTHES WHINGER I—The best article in that line ever offered to the public, now for sale by J. & J- HARRIS. sc|i2l'(iC MILL SAWS, CIRCULAR -LfJL and Hand Saws, Teunon Saws, M'cljh Saws, <C-e , for sale by J. & J- HARRIS, may 10' '07. TCE CREAM FREEZERS, Bath R Tubs, Clothes Racks and Universal Clot'es Riuirers, for sale by mayl'lio' J. A J. HARRIS. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF -ijL GLASS and Mirrror Plate of all sizes, aud glass cut to any- required size or =hape by sep21'66 J. ct-J. HARRIS. PICTURE FRAMES of ALL Sizes and Styles furnished at short notice and low terms and all kinds of moulding constantly on hand by J. & J. HARRIS. WHEELBARROWS! Wheel harrows ! For sale low by l(i,'o7. J. & J. HARRIS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

T AMPS, COAL OIL LAMPS, 0 J Brackets, Hanging Lamps, Sive Lamps, Universal Lanters, and all kinds of Lanters, for sale by J. k J. HARRIS. 21*66 BELLEFONTE MARKETS. Bellefoxte, Aug. 27, 1S0S. White Wheat, per bushel,.... ISO Eed " do \ <- Eye do • 1 2y Corn," do x h? Oats, do •» Barley, do j.<? Clover Seed, do <> =0 Potatoes; do ¦ } W Lard,...' per pound, -° Butter, do , 40 Eggs, '.'.. .per dozen,.... ' - .20' Plaster '.per ton 10 00 SEPARATORS, REAPERS, &C

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

SPECIAL NOTICES. Magnolia AVateb,—A delightful toilet article—superior to Cologne and at half the price. Public attention is invited to "the Household Gas Machine advertised in another column by David Jones, of Philadelphia. Successful, because of superior merit. Mrs. S. A. Allen's Improved new stj le Hair restorer or dressing, in one bottle. Every Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar. tt-<S-«-0 » Eyre axd Laxdell, 4th and Arch Sts., Philadelphia, are now offering a large stock of i'all Uoo.js to purchasers. This is an old established and reliable Dry Goods House ! Road their advertisement. It is not. probabie that Absalom was obliged to use any hair preparation to f jrce liis liair to grow to such an extreme length as it is said to have attained. In our day. however, people quite frecfuently find it necessary to call scientific skill to aid them iu this respect. Such will find their every wish supplied in "Barrett's Ve etable Hair Restorative."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

— i «-o * t Take Plantation Bitters, and with them a newlease of life. ThW old are made young again, the middle-aged rejoice, aud the young become doubly brilliant by using this splenaid tonic. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Liver Complaint, Ifcadache, Pains in the side, "Crick in the back." and ail symptoms of Stomachic Derangement, yield at once to the health giving influence of Plantation Bitters. They add strength to the system and buoyancy to the mind.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

If there is anything tin honest farmer likes it is plain dealing. It is his own way of doing hiugs, and he will never do business if he knows it, with any one who is even disposed to take advantage of him. When he is dealing in corn aud wheat, he isn't afraid of any man's getting ahead of him, hut when ho goes to town to buy things with which he is less familiar, then ho wants first of all an honest man to deal with. All visitors to Oak Hall, are struck with the "instructions to Salesmen" posted on the wall, and signed by the proprietors, "Wanamaker and Drown. This is one item : "No mis-statement shall ever be made about the material, quality, value, lit or in any particular as to the character of the article offered for saleThe utmost fairnesscandorhonest . , , y, and truthfulness, shall bo exercised iu every transaction. No overpraising, pulling up, or anything bordering upon deception, shall be practiced in tho sale of goods. TueTjniox Pacific Railroad ! v,-o esteem to be the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

H i and Hoop Skirts, Hosiery, Kid and Cotton Cloves, Collars, Cuffs, and all kinds of trimmings, for salo by STERXUERfJ & BRANDEIS. ILS, PAINT, VARNISH, Glass and PUTTY by F. S. WILSON. ap!3 'Pf. LEGAL NOTICES. BY virtue of an order from the Orphans' Court of Centre county, there will bo exposed to public sale, on the premises, WEDNESDAY, Oct. 14th 18G8. •it 10 o'clock, a. m., the following property : A certain Farm containing 78 acres, situate in Eald Eagle Valley, about two miles above Unionville and ten miles above Bellefonte, (through which tho Bald Eagle Valley Rail road passes.) Late property of Jacob Downing; dee'd. It is bounded on the north by land of George Hoover, on the west by Joseph Miles' heirs, on the south by Bald Eagle creek, and on the east by L. C. Peters and P. Holt, on which is erected a good two story Dwelling . .- j — 0_.. — _- — .— . . .... UQ House, with a well of good water at the door ; a large Bank Barn aud other out buildings; a good Apple...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

/^AUTION.—All persons are cau-\J t ioned against meddling with a certain G rey Horse, now in the possession of James H. Galer, as it is onlv left with him on loan for the beneht of my house as a tavern, to run to the station and ba-k. El) WARD WILLIAMS. Philipsburg, Pa., Sept. 28, 'CS-10:2:-3t* Shares can be obtained in Uullidiuitc by application to VT. F. Reynolds .!> Co., Hankers, who arc authorized to receive subscriptions, and can give all necessary information on the subject. 9 25 '6S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

THE ANVIL STORE STOVES, STOVES, STOVES The Anvil Store is now receiving the largest and best lot of Stoves ever brought to the market, among which is the justly celebrated ORIENTAL PARLOR STOVE, p ERMANTOWN TELEGRAPH. A FAMILY AXD AN AGRICl'I/rrUAL JOURNAL, devoted to cboi.e Literature, including Poetry' Novelettes, Tales, and Moral and entertaining Reading, generally. In the Literary Department we shall present the choicest varieties within tho reach of our extended means. The Novelettes, i ales. 1'oetry, etc.. shall be supplied from the best and highest sources, and be equal to anything to bo found iu any journal or magazine. Agriculture and lloiticnltuie, embracing Fanning, Gardening, Fruit-Raising, etc. Our labors iu this department fur oyer thirty years have met the cordial approbation of the public. Our purpose has been to furnish useful and reliable information upon these very important branches of industry and to protect them so far as within our power against the false ...

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