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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

¦BHRV BROC1URBO. tW, <*• »• SHCOEBT, President Cashier. TMTILLIKEN,, HOOVER & CO., CENTRE COl" fNT Y BANKING CO., RECEIVE DE (POSITS AN J ALLOW JKTEREST. DISCOUNT NOTES, BIT I AND SELL Grovernmei it Securities, 'Sold and Coupons. Jan.31,'68-ly. KOSXS THOMPB OS. J. I. THOKPSOIT. BO ST. XCFARLAHE. THOMPSON, McFARLANE & COMPANY, B A NKERS, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE,PENN'A, 8USIHESS l'tACE, CBNTRR FURNACE. £HT~Int«regt paid on Time Deposits. Jan,10,'68.1y .*

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

m %t\Utmt iathmal, §kottt„ mV §titctiom A POLITICAL AKD SEWS JOURNAL, Cp d W> A POLITICAL AND NEWS JOURNAL, (**h &* t*j\ "~ "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, B. A. «fc E. H. KIN8a>OE, Pro's, TITADDKUS P. STEPHENS, Editor. BELLEFONTE, PA. • : TERMS:—Two Dollars per year, invariably in advance. .«. BATES OF ABVEBTISING. TRANSIENT ADVERTISING, •SO Cents per line for Four Insertions or less. . „_.,.». i 5 Cents per line for each Additional Insertion. STANDING ADVERTISING. 1 INCH, THREE MONTHS, . 8 3.00 1 INCH SIX MONTHS, ... . 5.00 1 INCH TWELVE MONTHS, . 10.00 Special ratcS for larger space. Address " 3sr jlt i o isr^ij," Bellefonte, Pa. It. A. KlNSLOK, E' H. KlNSLOE. rrnmriTa

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

TJROCKERHOFF HOUSE. H0USEAL & KROM, Proprietors. BELLEFONTl, PA. This Hotel is one of the most extensive in Central Pennsylvania. pUMMLNGS HOUSE. W. RIEARD, Proprietor. BELLIFOKTZ, PA. The Bar is well stocked with choice Winer and Liquors. WARD HOUSE. At Intersection of the Bald Eagle Valley and Clearfield Rail Roads with the Pennsylvania Central* 3. 3. BOYER, —¦==¦—¦—=•-¦-¦»- Proprietor. A DHAKA FOR TO DAY

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

T7AGLE HOTEL.} No. 227 N. 3d Street, between Race and Vine. R. D. CUMMINGS, Prop. r\ARMAN'S HOTEL, Southeast corner of the Diamond,217<j ^BELLEFONTE, PA. DANIEL GARMAN, Proprietor. Excellent accommodation*, good table and bar. May l,»«8.Iy. May l.'aS.ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

/CLEARFIELD HOUSE, Kept by JAMES H. GALER, FRONT STREET, PHILIPSBURG, PA. We will impeach any man who lays we fail to give direct and prompt attention to all easterners, or fail to cause them to rejoice over a well furnished table, and clean rooms with new beds, where all may feel at home, and the weary be at rest. NEW STABL1NO;aND;SHEDS for Hor. aer and Carriages. john Mclaughlin a co., Jnne 12.'6S-tf. • Proprietors. ULEMINGTON HOTEL, FLEMINGTON, PA. H. GEPHART, - - Proprietor. Mr. Gephart would respectfully inform the publie generally that he now occupies the above named Hotel, where he will be glad to meet and greet his former friends, and receive a share of the public patronage. By strict personal attention to the details of his business he hopes to be able to render satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. His bar and table will be made a speciality. Hif stable is good, and will be attended by careful and attentive ostlers. An excellent LIVERY is attached...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

THIS INSTITUTION, but recently started, was welcomed at its outset, by a more liberal patronage than that which has been accorded any other Commercial College in the country. , ADVANTAGES. Beauty, (Health, and Business Importance of location. It is readily accessible from all parts by Railroad. Its course of Instruction is full, thorough, and pre-eminently practical. Boarding CHEAPER than {at any other similar Institution. For terms, specimens of business and Ornamental penmanship, samples of money used in College Bank, Ac, call at the Office, or address J. F. DAVIS. WlLLIAMSPORT, Pa. Aug. 2,'67-lj. STERNBERG A BRANDEIS. what a chance for novel properties! Mr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

Crummies directed Nicholas Nickleby "to manage to introduce a real pump and two washing-tubs" into the piece which he was writing, these articles having lately been "bought cheap at a sale." The writer must be a pretty poor one if he cannot contrive to bring into the opera which we have in view, at least one gigantic watermelon. We have the whole scene in our mind's eye already. H. S. solus, playing upon his oaten pipe. Enter Watek-Melon upon the shoulders of six men. Grant fiddling (fortissimo) by the orchestra. Chorus—"See here this fruit!" Grand aria. Horatio—" 'Tis not for me!" Chorus —"Accept! Accept!" Recitation,Horatio —"My friends, you do me too much honor, when you bring to me this noble watermelon. I cannot take it, for it is too large for such as I." Chorus—"Accept! Accept!" Horatio, (ff.) "I swear by the bones of my grandfather that I will not!" the other sure indications of uncommon wisdom? If you want mere farce, pray what were the proceedings of the "Democratic" N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

BLACK SUFFRAGE IN PENNSYLVANIA. An article in the Honesdale Republic, written by F. P. Penman, esq., gives so clear an account of the history and present bearing of this subject, that we reproduce it in full. In 1682 William Penn promulgated "The Frame of Government" of Pennsylvania, under authority of the charter granted liim by King Charles H. In this document the right of suffrage is given, without restriction, to "the freemen of said pro vinde." In 1101 Penn granted what is known as the "Charter of Privileges." Bv this instrument the right of suffrage was broadly given to "the freemen of each resp9ctive county." The first constitution of Pennsylvania was adopted in 1TJ6. The convention that framed this instrument was presided over by Benjamin Franklin. It gave the right of suffrage to "every freemen of the full age of 21 years. The men of the Revolution, while asserting their own rights and liberties against proscription, were careful to stand fast by the cardinal idea of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

The Love op TheBeautifdl.—Place a young girl under the care of a kind-hearted, graceful woman, and she unconsciously to herself grows into a graceful lady. Place a boy in the establishment of a thorough-going, straight-forward business man and the boy becomes a self-reliant, practical business man. Cl-'ldren are susceptible creatures, aid circumstances, scenes and actions always impress them. As you influence them, not by arbitrary rules, not by stern example alone, but in the thousand other ways that speaks through beautiful forms, through brigh scenes, soft utterance and pretty pictures, so they will grow Teach your children then to love the beautiful. Give them a corner in the garden flowes; encourage them to put in shape the hanging baskets, allow them to have their favorite trees, lead them to wander, in the pettiest woodlets, show them where they can best view the sunsets, rouse them in the morning, not with the stern "time to go to work," but with the enthusiastic "see the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

Lying ni Bed.-t-R is often a question amongst people who are unacquainted with anatomy and physiology of man, whether lying with head exalted or level with the body, was the most wholesome. Most, consulting their own ease on th's pointi argue in favor of that which they prefer. Now although many delight in bolstering up their heads at night, and sleep soundly without injury, yet we declare it to be a dangejoiis habit.—The vessels in which the blood passes from the heart to the head are always lessened in their cavities when the head is resting in bed higher than the body; therefore in all diseases attended with fever the head should be pretty nearly on a leve" with the body; and people ought to accus om themselves to sleep thus, aud avoid danger.—Medical Journal.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

The Term "Bkoxheb Jonathan."—General Washington placed great confidence in the good sense and patriotism of Jonathan Trumbull, who, at an early period of the American Revolution, was govenor of the State of Connecticut. In a certain emergency, when a measure of great importance was under discussion, Washington remrked, "We mnst considt Brother Jonathan on the subject." The result of that consultation was favorable. Thus from the constant use of the expression, "We must considt Brother Jonathan," which soon passed from the army to the people at large,we received from the English that appellation which has stuck to us as closely as their "John Bull" to them. »-**-^a»-*»- • — Th vtWokd—Eteknitt.—A gentlewoman of this nation, having spent the whole afternoon and a great paii; of the evening at cards, in mirth and jollity, came home late at night, and finding her waitingwoman reading, she looked over her shoulder upon the book and said: Poor melancholy soul why dost thou sit here por...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

There are more than two hundred slang terms for intoxication. The latest of these ocenrs in a recent New Orleans paper. A reporter, speaking of the arrest of a woman who was "raising a row" in ^he streets, says that "she was deeply agita ted with benzine."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

VOLUME XL NUMBER 11

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

Miscellaneous. New York.snobdom uses three-cornered visiting cards. Maryland horses are dying in great numbers from an epidemic. The Horseshoe Falls of Niagara have receded six feet in the lost year. General Hooker is slowly recovering the use of his paralyzed limbs. The small pox was never as fatal as it now is in many parts of Upper Canada. Richmond has had only two large fires since what it prettily calls "the evacuation." Two Paris sports on velocipedes ran down a party of burglars and captured Home and Foreign Items them. The new Persian Gulf Cable is to be insulated with rubier instead of gutta percha. Anlowa girl of sixteen recently killed a large lynx with a corn-cutter, after it had whipped two dogs. A law of Blinois, passed in 1867, is so construed by the courts, as to virtually abolish capital punishment. » John C. Breckinridge talked agriculture to a society of farmers on the Canadian side of the Niagara a few days since. The Oregon crops are very large. Wheat is s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

State Items. Lancaster is to have it rink. • - Harrisburg rejoice? in its first chime of bells. Columbia wants a hook and ladder company, and would like to be incorporated into a city. About $40,000 worth of property wps consumed by the fire in Lock Haven, on I riday night a week ago. Pittsburg contributes $22CD for a colossal bronze statue of Secretary Stanton, to be placed in the group of statues on the Lincoln monument. The bridge over the Susquehanna at Columbia is very rapidly approaching completion. But three spans need to be added *o take it to the York county shore. The Reading ra'lroad company own 19,-356 cars of all kinds, and 268 engines Were these cars and engines placed in line on their track, the string would reach a distance of forty miles. The greatest distance run by any engine of the company, thus far, was by the enghn "Atlp=i,» 363,000 miles, a distance of nearly fifteen times around the world. The Miller oil-well, on Charley Run, Venango county, which was...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

Personal. Brick Pomeroy is still weak. "Tilden, this is terrible."—H. Seymouk. "Your President I cannot be."—H Skykotjjr. Old Bennett proposes a monument to Penn. Mrs. Lincoln is expected to spend the winter in Nice. Hans Christian Andersen is coming to America early next year. Seymoor doesn't "blow his bugle horn" now. He weeps, and blows his nose. Alexander H. Stephens is going to give readings in Atlanta for the benefit of a church." A rumor is afloat to the effect that Gen. George B. McClellan is shortly to take up his residence in Newark, N. J., and that house in West Park street has been purchased for his occupancy. Dr. M'Cosh's Inaugural was on the subject of Academic Teaching, and occupied nearly two hours in being delivered. Thrice in each week Jane Ingelow gives a charity dinner to poor children, largely supplied from her own means. This ° she calls her "copyright dinner." Queen Isabella has fallen after a rciirn of exactly thirty-five years. She succeeded to'the thron...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

Facetlne. Capital stock—a paying bank. What plant is most fatal to mice ? The cat-nip. Quilp suggests hair-pins as the only sine preventive against hair falliug off. A Boston paper says a sailor's definition of a comet would be a star sprung a leak. Said an Irish Justice to an obstrepei-ous prisoner on trial: "We want nothing from you but silence, and darn little of that!" Behind the scenes: Stage manager—"John, go and see if the ballet are all dressed, for it is time to ring up the curtain." Boy returns—"About ready, sir; got most of their clothes off." When you see a young man and woman walking down the street, leaning against each other like a pair of badly matched oxen, it is a pretty good sign, they are bent on consolidation. Not long since, a green-looking Yermonter walked into the office of Dr. C. T. Jackson, the chemist. "Dr. Jackson, I presume," said he. "Yes, sir," "Are you alone?" "Yes, sir." "May I lock the door ?" and he did so; and, after having looked behind the s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

BELLEFONTE IRON FOUNDRY. TODD & DUNCAN, Bellefonte, Centre county, Penn'a. Furnishers of Grist and Saw Mill Machinery, Flour packers, Smutters, Todd's Patent TURBINE WATER WHEELS, Equal to Overshots, and Circular Saw Mills, with Todd's Improved Patent Feed Work and Past's Patent Head Blocks, for Circular and Mulay Saw Mills, which se,s both ends at once, avoi<Zs turning the Bla t in making the last cut, and avoids variation in thickness in sowing hoards by the setting of careless hands. * Cast Iron frames furnished when preferred, and Self-Oiling boxes. 7: 1: '68.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

i "jyEW BAKERY : A2TD CONFECTIONER Y, i ' BUSH'S ARCADE, HIGH STREET, BELLEFONTE , PA. . . ADAM HORKHEIMER , Earing opened a new and first-class Bakery ' and Confectionery, he ii prepared to serve the pnblie with good fresh! \ BREAD, PIES, CAKES, CONFECTIONS and everything in his line, at all times. His ICE CREAM SALOON will be open during the Summer, and will be kept attractive by. the very excellent Cream, of all popular flavor:), constantly on hand. Pio Nice, private parties, <fcc,, can be supplied with all kinds of Confections, lee Cream, Cakes, and Fruit at very short notice. May 1,'68 ly, Julv24'68.68.6t Executors.

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