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

"Wanted.—The precise time when L. A. Mackey,left the "Negro worshippers." Mr. Mackey was formerly an old line Whig,, and many of our readers will doubtless remember him as one of the stump speakers of that party in the campaign of '48 and '52. Since that party was swallowed up in abolitionism, he has taken but little part in politics other than to vote with it up to the election of 1864.—Democratic Watchman. Mr. Mackey was an old line Whig, to which respectable organization he clung so long as a corporal's guard remained. He belonged to that class of whigs who never could, be swallowed up by the abolition monster, which eat up the old whig party; he never belonged to the modern party of negro worshippers, calling themselves Republicans.—Centre Hall Reporter. These political doctors seem to differ in their opinion of L. A. Mack ey. The Watchman declaring that he acted with the abolitionists up to the election of 1864. Mr. Kurtz, of the Reporter says "he never belonged " to th...

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

Horatio Seymour, April 24,1863, sent to the Legislature of New York a message vetoing a bill passed by that body, entitled "An act to secure the elective franchise to the qualified voters of the army and navy of New York." Mr. Seymour, in his message, declared this bill giving the soldiers in the field the right to vote to be not only unconstitutional but "highly objectionable." Like Woodward, he was of opinion that a man who would fight for his country ought not to be allowed to vote for it. Boys, in Blue remember your man—the enemy who 'struck you from behind. Congress.—D. G. Bush, Esq., was not nominated for Congress because he was about half-a-war Democrat during the rebellion and would not endorse Meeks course. He did it by voting for yon last fall Gray, you should forgive his loyalty during the war. Bankrupt.—T lie Democratic party for candidates. It is compelled to choose men that the Republicans will no longer trust.

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

I. A. MACKEY. In the Watchman- of Septembei 4th, the editor, speaking of Mr. Mackey, says, "unlike his opponent, " pompous, stuck up, labor despising, " Lord Armstrong, he is the .friend " of the laboring masses—an advocate " of the interests of the working men. "In him, the toiling, sweating mas" ses will find a representative upon "whom they can rely at all times " and under all circumstances." We would deprecate any personal abuse of candidates, and especially of Mr. Mackey, who we esteem as a good, clever fellow, just now more disposed to come in contact with "sweating masses" than ever before. Mr. Armstrong, to-day, is spending more money to give work to the laboring man than Mr. Mackey ever did. The President of the Lock Haven Bank has discounted paper for the last fifteen yea.rs, and received all the time heavy shares. He is one of the gentlemen who make money of other peoples necessities, and may well be classed among, the list of "Bloated Bondholders." He has been at th...

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

On Thursday of last week, the conferees chosen by the Democracy of this, the ISth District, met in convention and by acclimation placed in nomination for Congress, L. A. Mackey, Esq., of Lock Haven Watchman. We thank the Watchman for the information, for we have never known exactly the process by which renegade Abolitionists and Know-Nothings are received into full fellowship and communion with the Democratic party. The Watchman says it is by acclimation. ^Ve can scarcely believe, however, that L. A. MncKey is yet acclimated. The nomination for Congress may serve to arouse him and keep him for a time; but he evidently does not know the party with which he now affiliates. He commenced the speech in which he accepted the nomination of Clinton county, with this sentence: " The Democratic party has no mean "record." Now, he either does not know that record, or his brain was very seriously muddled when he made the speech. The record of the Democratic party is the very essence ot mean...

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

GEKESAi HAHraANFT Whilst the people of Pennsylvania are compelled to pay enormous taxes created by the late Democratic war against the Union, they have the consolation to know that under the able and faithful financial administration of John F. Hartranft, Auditor General, the State debt has been reduced more than five millions of dollars. At this rate our entire State debt will be paid in ten or twelve years. Of course, every citizen of the commonwealth who desires a continued reduction of taxes, and a faithful'management of public finances will vote for this honest, able and accomplished public servant.

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

After swindling Judge Chase at Tammany Hall, the New York Democrats tried to make friends with him again by a few compliments in the State platform. But it is of no use. The Chief-Justice's friends are all going for Grant and Colfax. The fruits of "Democratic" rule are before us in one million green graves. In one hundred thousand niai ned soldiers. In one hundred thousand widows. In a nation torn, bleeding, and outraged. In a d»bt of $3,000,000,000. Then-butcher Grant will have all- the peace that an old sinner like him. can enjoy—Watchman. The little rebel of the Watchman will never forgive Grant for whipping his favorite, Gen. Lee, and com - polling him to surrender. He will never forgive Grant for the noble stand he took, and the noble fight he made against his "Southern brothera" when they sought to destroy the nation's life. All through the war, Gray could find no epithet mean enough to heap upon loyal men, and the brave men who followed General Grant to victory. Linco...

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

EEBEL PKOSCHIPTION The New-Orleans Times applauds the stand of Capt. Leathers of the steamboat Quitman in giving notice that no person can be employed on that boat who does not vote the Rebel Democratic ticket, aud backs him" up by the following resolve of a Democratic club at Point Coupee: Point Coupee, Aug. 22, 186S. To Capt- T. P. LEATHERS, ofthe steamer General Quitman. SIR: At a meeting of the Seymour aud Blair Democratic Club of tho Sixfc Ward o the Parish of Pbinte C japea, h jld la it evening, at the Club Rooms, at Red Story Landing, oa motion of Mr. J. J. Plantivignes, and seconded by A. Provesty, esq., the following resolution was unanimously adopted, viz.: "Wliereas, It has became the settlor! pol icy of the Democracy of this State not to give employment or support of any kind to members of the Radical party; and whereas it is announced by the New-Orleans press that Capt. T. P. Leathers ol the Vicksburg packet Gen. Quitman has discharged from employment on his ste...

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

^^^^^^^ The candidate of a lawyer of Bellefonte—a would be prominent Democrat—who said that if the New York Con veution had nominated the devil, he would have supported the nominee. How Is It ?—It is said "that the parties who plead guilty at the last court,ofa wilful violation of the liquor laws, aud were sentenced to jail for ten days arc permitted to go where they please at night and to attend to their business during the day. Will Sheriff Kline please explain?

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

The Watchman of last week criticises the action of the now Grant and Colfax Drum Corps. For its edification we will state that at that time the band was not in the employ of the club, and therefore could exercise no control. We would deprecate, very r anch the like occurring again. In the meantime, we were not surprised at the antipethy of th.e Watchman to martial music, as it no doubt brings to its mind recollections of tiie bite "unpleasantness" in ivhich so many, of its Southern brethern suffered while trying to destroy the nation. We notice that the gen tlemenly officials on the Fast Express from Snow Shoe, which arrived in Bellefonte at 10 A. M. on last Tuesday morning; indulged their passengers in the luxury of a comfortable fire, the first we believe of the, season. This is a paying road, because well managed. Thb Democratic-party demands the "discontinuance, of inquisitorial modes of assessing and collecting internal revenue"—i. «.,"tbey are"opposed to the question. "H...

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

XO TH3 BEPUBIIOAKS OF VSXKSYI VAHIA. Rooms or the Republican State Ce's- ) teal Com. Phuadeltoia, Aug. 18, ) To the Voters of Pennsylvania : Within sixty days you are to decide at the polls upon the principles and general policy that are to control the administration of public affairs for the next four years. Ou the result hangs the grave questions of the peace and good order of society, the prosperity of the industrial interests, the developmentof the resources of the country, the integrity of the Union, and the guarantees of liberty. In the outset of the contest tiie party that for four years paralyzed the arm of industry by loading it with a burden of twentyifiveliundred millions of debt, involved the country in civil war, and threatened the destruction of the Union and the overthrow of Liberty, solicits your suffrages, declaring that it h is no principles to advocate or measures to support, and calls upon its followers everywhere to defend nothing. With nothing in its hist...

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

Hon. Isaac N. Morris of Quincy, 111., an old line Democrat, who has been compelled to abandon that party on account of its revolutionary tendency, has written a letter to Frank Blair, from which we-make the following extracts : The first iuyuivy which naturally arises is: Why was the nomination of the New fork Convention conferred upon you? Why were all tho Donidcrats of the Won passed by that you inigat Deselected ? Not certainly because of your Democracy. Ii you ever were a Democrat you were the worst acting one I ever saw. ^ But you never were' a Democrat, aud lrave spent your whole life in abusing the Democratic party. You do not now claim to be a Democrat—only an opponent of the "radials," Ihe reason for which will, appear in the sequel. If the opponents of the Democratic party have always beeu wrong, as you now b aud tho Democratic party has al ege, ways been right, why have you always acted oh the wrong side ? Why mis your whole life been spent iu denouncing the IJemocrat...

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

Titb ompotthd syrup; of Tar, prepared by F.-S. Wilson, Druggist is a first class medicine for coushs, colds, &c, • The Lyiby prison' has been sug. gested as! a suitable place . for the Democratic headquarters during the Presidential canvass. " - Why Doste They.—Why don't the Seymour and Blair Club of Bellefonte hangout the Palmetto flag ? This last represents their principles. The Fenians.—The Fenians do not trust Seymour and Blair. Thousands of them have already declared for Grant and Colfax Newark, O., has erected a large tannery. Its roof is computed large enough to dry all the Democratic skins in the country. At a recent election in Montana Territory the Republicans made a clear gain of nearly six hundred votes. The Democrats, says a correspondent, are dying out in Wisconsin. Seyniour-isn't strong enorigb a stimulent to keep the old topers up. Ihe sixth clause of the Democratic platform pledges it to a "reform of abuses." Clearly a mistake. It means the "abuse of...

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

Mk. Pendleton" s visit to Illinois is indefinitely postponed. He has his hands full in Ohio. The following dispatch "explains itself": Oixcis-fATi, Onto, rf.-[it 1, 1SG3. -To Hon. John A. .Vc.'l .rnand . "Ju.. arrived at lionu. "The condition, of our canv-.iss hi Ouio require* me to withdraw all my appointments in UKooir. . Oko. H. Pri.vui.Erox.'' A flag of distress! "The condition of Democratic canvass in Ohio" is exceedingly alarming, if we may trust the report of .Mate Central Committee there.

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

The Democrats promise us one currency for all, viz: the worthless paper currency which would result from exchanging the whole debt for greenbacks. Satan promises us one temperature for all and one system of ventilation. But would not it be better by way of relief to have two ?

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

A Paris paper calls the .lamented Mr. Lincoln the St. Paul of America It means.that the poor man while living bad a viper on his hands.— World. Yes,oneofthe Blair family-—bat he shook him off.—Tribune. The Democrats delight in stigmatizing the Republic-ins, because they are for maintaining the public faith, as the '•bondholdi.ng party." For our part we should esteem no epithet too bad, if it were necessary to earn it in order to preserve untarnished the nation's fair name. But what says Mr. Seymour about the bloated bondholders." On ihe Ilth af March last he made a ppeeeh in which he said : "xt is a mistake to- suppose that the interests of the.boridbolJo.s and the tax pavers'arc antagonistic. Tie fact is overlooked Hint in order to to;?kt: any saving by giving the bondholder a debased or unworthy paper, we must bring i.p:>n nnrselvcc disasters and dishonor v.'hi.:-i ',viil.cc;sf 11:1 hundred fold w li:-.:, wo can save. It m-.i-.s that we are lo :J\e the laborer for h...

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

Mr. Pendleton was in Congress in 1862, when a bill was under dis cussion for the issuing of S 100,030,-000 in legal tender greenbacks. lie opposed, then, this issue upon the double ground of its unconstitutionality and inexpediency. He thou said of this issue : Yon send these notes out into the world stamped with 'irredeemability. You put on them the mark of Cain, J and, like Cain, they will go forth to be vagabonds and fugitives on the earth. What, then, will he the consequence ! It requires no prophet to tell what will be their history. The currency will be expanded; prices will be inflated; fixed values will depreciate; incomes will be diminished ; the savings of the poor will vanish ; the hoardings of tho widow will melt away; bonds, mortgages, and notes, everything ot fixed value; will lose their valne; everything of changeable value will be depreciated the necessaries of life will rise in value. * " * ' * * Contraction will follow. Private ruin and public bankruptcy, either ...

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

JOSEPH A.liAMUN, of this Boronyli in.-r.r.-s property f->r the :o'.-.otviiiii corapauivii. via: Lyr.ot-.ii-.i.; County M .1-tnal in.-aruiif.e Company; Yurk Company. 1':'..; Insiu-anc^ Company of ZmhIU A.:u--ri<--i; A't.trprise C' oiupanv, and tiiraru 01' l'hila-1 ipliia, Pa. a 11 -t'a-ly. flSTRAY. JLi strayed from the residc-nee of tho wibscrioer, WM. SU-jWEIvS, near Boilini; Sprm.,.*, Spring township, August till, two eow.i—On.- a red and white spotted eo\v, very few white spots, with straight horns. Tlu other is a spivc^leil cow—red and whit.:—with. cr.»oked horns. Any pcrson knowingm" the wh'.Teabontsof tli.-iibovo (Ivscribed cattle will please inform mo of the fact. II 11 3t* TN TIIE MATTER OF THE ES-1 TAl'A'OF WILLIAil If. (JOOtvil. In the Orphans' Court of OcMre County, August Term, 1663. The undersigned, appointed by the Court, an auditor in the above case, "to h..:ar and dispose of the exceptions to the acconnlsot Root. Cooke, Executor, tiled July 3rd 1%2...

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

UXAMINAHON OF TKAOHJU Eli'S. • j • Rush .S Philipsburrj. Philipsburg, Tuesday, Sept. Sdi, at 1 o'clock, i\ SI. Snow Shoe and Burnsi,'-.:, at Askcy's 3. II., Tiiursduv, Sept. ID, at IP. Jt. Tiie loilowii'.g will bJ h-ldatO A. 31. Hain--s, at A;u-on.-b'y Vrid'y. Sept. 25-:-i. Mi'tfS, at Keberslt'^i Tlmraday, Oct. l^t. Gro •¦ £, at l'enn Hall, 1'iiday, Oct., 2!. fouer, at Centre Had, S-.itaiday. Oct., 3rd. Han is, at Lo ilsbtir. -, Muii I iv, Oct. Ot.'i. Ferguson, at fine drove, T i.-tt'lay, Oct. C;h. Ha.1.noon, :it Stonustown, Wo.le'v, Oct. Ttl:. Fatten, at Wadd.e's .S. II., XJiui-idny, O.-t. Sth Bonner, at A.-iiia^ist's S. 11., Saluiri'y, (Jet. Uli. fenu. at Altlln-iiii, -Vund-iv, u.-t. Writ. Walker, at lliuriersb't, ', Vu'dn'v, Oct, 14th. M.iri'vu, :tt .Atckson-.-illi', I'li.ii. -,-:! v. O'l. 13th. ' Liuertvat Ex<lo.-H'.el-V.-l'.iv. U:r., it,.':,. , , Ho.v.'irl, at Huwiirilviile. S-iturdi.-, Oct. 17th. ylUesh';; cc Buz'41 , MUe.-.b'jJ!, Mouduv Oct. 1-tll. Union,.it UiiUii...

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

TNTHE MATfEl! OF Tl-Ii£ LS-1 TATL oi-'.JACoJJ lIOL'SLli, late oi ii.inlsto-.vUMiip, dee'd. i'ho uud-jtsijii^d appointed by the Ortilian's Court of Centre c-mnty, an Auditor to'uiaj;." distribution of tho bul.mco iu tlieli.imUot' (.;. o. Si. Watson, and Wm. Tnompson, ..W.uiiiistntiiji* of said cstut;, to nod am ,uj. U.tiau locally . nti ~ tied tli-.-relo, wiU meet tin; purtn-s inii-r'-'ml -it his otllcc on Tuesday, ihe Ki'uday of October, next, at 1 o'clock, P.M. ' 111 > It JAS. H-KAXKI*-, 91.1 3t Auditor. |

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

IfinO Silwetl Shingles, also a A\J \J V/large lot of l'ailinif nud Plasterhi" Lath, lor tule ulieap at o«r nml. •d „ r . c SHOKTLIDOEACO Bellefonte, Sept. 4, 18B8 tf HOUSEANDLOT FOIS SALifi. He t>tMvr*!,<ie.l .fi>,-«.it f:ijj,t !ii» l:i.t hflajs «n i op« »rr« of *raiii)..l, 'liaar'r ill her:fitf fo,*r»^btn, one ,u.i.» « ;.-i uf.- *«n,?> ob tb« roj.i Icniin/.fo 1 ••>¦ »?tt,»¦i. ).• hcs.s is or.a unci u hnii .''"if/, r.«rfrlj r,r.* good Mjbls mhi u;l.sr f.iiri,.,(i.!ir.,.j on ri,» proml-ea. AII m nda oi ??'»it {if* b.robten planted and are in a thrivir.g cosli iou-JOUH IlORSIXCl Ang.W,'53.3t.* ' ° . , ,-.

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