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

lt/TcENTIRE'S STORE, PLEASANT GAP, CENTRE CO., PA. This store is now supplied with a large stock of NEW SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, Provisions, Queensware, Boots and and all articles usually kept in country stores and at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. Give me a call. No trouble to show goods. May 1,'88-ly. L. B. McENTIRE. T W. COOKE, Allegheny St., opposite Broekerhoff Row. Has just received his first Installment of new Pall and Winter goods, and to which he respectfully invites the attention of the public. Uis stock consists in part of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,* BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHING, QUEENSWARE. GROCERIES, Ac So cheap that the ladies never tail to got satisfaction. Remember the place to get the best bargains and cheapest goods is at J. W. Cooks. 7;3;'67. MOSES A. LOEB. FERDINAND LOEB. TIT &F.LOEB, 'COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Currier* and Manufacturers of all kinds of WAX KIP & SPLIT LEATHER, DIALIBBIK HIDES SOLE-LEATHER...

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

TNSURE YOUR LIFE! This may be done for the benefit of those yon love most dearly to render their condition comfortable should you be called away ; or, it may be done for your own comfort when rest seems most congenial, or to discharge some obligations to creditors. THE UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK, established in I860, having assets amounting to over $3,000,000 invested in the best of securities, offers special inducements to its patrons. For books, papers or information apply to JOHN D. WINGATE, Agent, July2i'68,lyl0 Bellefonte, Pa. OOT,S SHOES & GAITERS for men, women and children, all kind and patterns, cheaper than any where else. ma ° 2 • A. STERNBERG N IMMENSE and at the same time an elegant and tasteful stock of Carpeting! ana Mattings, at astonishingly lew pri0M' f"r 'T.i&MSMJMANDMB. IIEaT* BLACK and Colored *e-«T rinei Furured Armures and Delaines £«kby 8»RN8BRO * BRANDEIS.

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

"DANKIN & IRWIN, REAL ESTATE ANDj H: INSURANCE AGENTS, Have a number of good farms and other property for sale. Building lots within and outside of the Borough limits. They insure lives in the JEtna. This company is reliable prompt and economical. Insures on all plans. _ . They also insure in the North American Life ¦ Mother good companies. • . They insure Live stock in the -ffitna stock Insurance Company—the most reliable stock insurance company in the United States. They have also a large number of Vitt laMr »*»; Companies among which are the fMlail,«3saa»ea,FaltM. A>..<Il Malawi yf*'.t v>u>l" snrr at 14 »jf«: !««*:'.»•.

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

ACTIVE AND EFFICIENT AGENTS WANTED, iu; this Coun-r/ for the UNIOK MUTUAL LIFE INSUR AHCK COMPANY. Claimisg, ac taia Company dee*, some advantages peculiar to Heelf, Agents are afforded an easy aad iaceenfal ntetbod far securing risks. A libe sal commission .naid to agents whe mast fur aba tint class references. Address, D. 8. Clloaiagar, M. D.. General Agent, No. 129 Sontli 7th St. Philadelphia, Pa. Aug.38,'68 JnK,w.ieo 1.75.

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

W AM I REMEMBERFTJ IN ERIN 1 The following simple and patriotic lines were fonnd, hastily end almost illegibly scrawled in pencil, an a sheet of paper, folded in a book in the library of the late Hor. T. D. McGee. As they possess an interest in being a hitherto nnpublishea production of the martyr statesman, and a- they Ir.rnisb after death a contradiction of the slknder that he was untrue to Ireland, we deem it well to publish them.—Montreal Gazelle, Am I remembered in Erin ? Oh ! tell me, tell me true; Has my name a sound, a meaning m the place my boyhood knew 1. Does the heart of the glorious island Ever throb at my humble name 1 Oh ! to be but loved inEiin To me -were more than fame ! Come weal, come wee, desr Eriu, As death and sorrow came When I followed my little darlings To the place i cannot name ; Whether the storm or sunshine waits me, In the days that none can see. 1 consecrate, dear Eiin, My"-heart and brain to thee ! Oh! Erin, mother Erin, Many soni thine eye hath se...

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

MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 4, Brockerhoof Row, Bellefonte, Pa. Keeps constantly on hand a magnificent stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vesting*, Hats ane Caps, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, which will be so!d at remarkably low prices. Agent for the'celebrated WILCOX & GIBBS Family Sewing Machine, f; 1; -SI CHEAPER THAN EVER! Their goods have been purchased at low figures, and will be sold CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS. STERNBERG 4 BRANDEIS. June 12,'68-ly. XTTM. McCLELLAN, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IK OLOTHIITG, DRY GOODS, OIL CLOTHS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, GROCERIES, &C, &C.

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

In fact I am "Neither man nor woman, ' I am neither brute nor human, I'm a ghoul! "And all that I ask is to be let alone.— Prom the 'Independent' I graduated into the 'Congregationalists,' of pleasent memory ; and from the 'Era,'I paddled over into the 'Atlantic.' I flourish in immortal vig or on the cover of 'Our Young Folks,' and at sundry times, and in divers other manners and places, have, I fear, contributed to the deterioration of our youth. I sadly confess, also, that I am guilty of as many books as Mrs. Rogers had small children ; but being written in love, and in the spirit of meekness, they are held in high esteem, especially of men. Whereunto I also add, like St. Paul, that which cometh upon me daily the care of all the churches. "Such, unhappy fellow sufferer, is my thrilling story. If any one shall add unto these things, let him tremble lest I imprecate upon him all the plagues of the Apocalyps; and if any person shall dare saddle any other man or woman with the sin...

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

nut nauonai fc&IDAY Morning, NOV. 13, '68 GIBARD'B SECRET. I HAVE ALWAYS CONSIDERED ADVERTISING LIBERALLY ANDTlONQ TO BE THE GREAT MEDIUM OF SUCCESS IH BUSINESsTAND THE SbELTOE TO WFALTH; AND I HAVE MAM1 IT AN INVARIABLE RULE TO ADTEBTI8E IN THE DULLES* THCES, AS WELL AS THE BUSIEST; .LONG EXPESrENCE HAVING TAUGHT HE THAI HONEY THUS SPENT IS WELL LAID OUT.

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

SAMJTATOBY. With this week's hsne I assume the editorial daties connected with the National. I shall do my ut-»09t to fdrnish the reading public with a live paper. Its avowed object is the advocacy of Republican principle*. In this it shall be conducted with the earnestness that ia dae them, while to those who conscienoionsly differ from me in their political views, I shall show the respect due to honest convictions. The interests of the Republican party I hold to be identical with the public welfare; and while the efforts of the National are made for the success of this organization, its readers may feel assured that their own local interests will not be ignored. Indeed, every branch of industry in which our people are engaged, will find in tin's paper an earnest friend. Its local department shall be second to that of no other paper in the State. It will be found commending right at all times, and will not be backward in exposing ard condemning wrongs whenever and wherever know...

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

bemoval. The Bhllefontb National, one »f the most readable papers in the State; whose reputation for neat Job Work, is not excelled by any job office outside of Philadelphia; and which, withal, is not given to ''blowing," will bo cosily established in the new hotel building in West Bellefonte, next week. Tub Reporter, a paper published in Penn's Valley, one of the best agricultural districts in the world, pontains nothing in the nature of agricultural news. Indeed, the only tiling rural about it, is its appearance. TnxBB. seems to be little doubt &at the Legislature of New York, rjhen reorganized, will be Republican. This will insure another Republican United States Senator-John A. Griswold, who made such a gallant fight as the Republican rondidate for governor, is likely to be a prominent candidate. We omitted to mention last week, -ihat Gov. Curtin addressed a Iar<re **^ ^ and ewLnusiastio meeting at Germantown on the evening preceding the election. For the ...

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

Homer's Odyssey* was written long before Gen. Grant or Horatio Seymour were thought of, but the prophecy contained in the following lines of the twenty-fourth book is most happy and auspicious : "Siiiee Ulvs.-es's hand hath slahi the traitors, Ileavea shall Moss the Lr.nl, None now the kindred of the ii'ijust shall own; Forgut the sUugat-orod brother and the sou; Each future day increase of wealth shall brin.; -, And o'er the post, oblivion stretch her wing. Long shall Ulysses ia his emnlra rest, His people blessing; by his people hlesso.L" LET ALL BE PEACE.

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

Tjje Watchman has created the report, which its Copperhead neighbors in Look Haven have reproduced, that the Tanners' Club, of this place, some nighta since, in passing the Catholic church "stopped and deliberately gave hideous groans for it and its pastor." To say that this is an unwarrantable fabrication is only properly characterizing another of the base slanders which emanate from that sheet. We gladly inform «nr Lock Haven friends that nothing -of the kind occurred, and that Mr. J?eli-* Mullen, the guiding star of lhat denomination looks upon republics and republicanism in a much more favorable light since the elec- •on, --Consistency thou art n Wei.!"

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

The New York World says; "It °\i not merely as the representa-¦ *¦ live of a beaten party, pouring oil ° open their wounds, therefore, that "* we vindicate in this the very crisis " of our misfortune, Rather do we ° proclaim in this most trying hour **»o unshaken and unshakable con"JSdenco in its puissant and undying -* youth, which out of disaster will "get discipline, out of misfortunes, ° patience and unconquerable oour" age, out of blunders, wisdom and •* a settled will." We were never completely convinced of tho inestimable value of a good thrashing until the beneficial effects were pointed out by this paper. That journal,, so lately tho organ of a party confessedly on the "de" dine" and afflicted with the evils' which invariably accompany extreme old ago, "decay and . decrepitude,' makes a very doleful attempfr.td find •ome consolation in demoralization. The'bouyant' youth who'gushes after this fashion * in the face of trials which ordinary mortals, bow under,! is very. mu...

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

We notice, in the column of deaths, in one of our exchanges, that one John Wilkes Booth I3ogai-t, shufHed off this mortal coil on the 2.5th of October, 1868, aged three years. We were struck with theappai-ent unreasonableness of the parents of that unfortunate juvenile, when they saddled upon .him such a weight ofenduring-infamy as is connected with- his name.'-Great, indeed, must have been his' youthful energies.to enable' him to bear, up so long under such • a burden. . ;The guilt of those' who •thus', indirectly caused the death of tha above mentioned unfortunate youth, can be little less than infanticide. THE BESUI/r. ,v ;. " The result of the Presidential election on Tuesday, the 3d instj piits an end to all excuses for the idleness, comparatively speaking,,which has so long prevailed throughout the conntry. Ever since the contest commenced between President Johnson and Congress, our affairs have been in a condition of uncertainty which has paralyzed enterprise and kept t...

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

WIM, HE, INDEED. The Cops are making strenuous efforts to persuade themselves that Grant, having in times past, acted with the Democratic party, can now reasonably be expected to "go back on us," to use their classic language. They find no special comfort in thinking of his action as Secretary of War, ad interim, nor yet of his manner of conveying his compliments to their rebel friends in the field. His prominent connection with the Union army during the war; his "useless slaughter," as they are pleased to term it, of their Southern brethern, we should think, were sufficient to make his severance from the Democratic party complete. Certain it is, that the mild epithets, and gentle expressions habitually indulged in toward him, have not beer of a character very well calculated to win him back to his first love, and as the American people show a willingness to trust him, wo are disposed to do no less. When we speak of the "American people,", we do not necessarily include that diso...

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

OENTESCOUHTY—SSIiaATED MAJOS^ , .. ITIE3. -/;•'• BEP. MAJ. DEM. MAJ; Bellefonte..:.'...-....'." 65 -, Milesburg..:....'.;...' 37 .. Unionville ..........-; 20.' .;';' Howaad- bar'.....'...-. 23 "¦¦ Philibsburg 29 Boggs .201 Benner 53 Burhside 28 Curtin 6 . Ferguson..; :. ; i"- Gregg 225 Halfinoon 58 Haines : .- 97 Harris...... 05 Howard 75 Huston.V......... ..9T ~~ Liberty. 77 7 Marion . •"": 34 J?*"?3"--- 190 Patton :....:. 12 • £eml '••• 236 £°"er - - , 220 Rush 24 Snow Shoe 11 Spring 03 Taylor .22 Union 44 Walker ' Worth."'""*" t 3° Democratic majority 217 Entire (official) vote of Centre county Democratic %m Kepublicau 3429 III HI ¦M1L1___.^M, PUBLIC O0O3J3 AT PRIVATE SAI.E.

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

Hctaro-reneoas Mass of Copperi-esi-i Gsar. Consisting of the following articles, together with many others too worthless to mention: Large lot of paper bags, partly burnt. Muslin transparencies, (with the nigger thrown in). A lew* torn copies of the La Crosse Democrat. A very sick rooster. Some more transparencies. 4 packages of Democratic speeches on the subject of taxation. 11 speeches on the nigger. 1 transparency. 1 handsome picture of Washington. 1 do " « Jefferson. 1 do " " Jackson. 13 do ¦•' " Seymour and Blair. 6 caricatures of Grant. 1 "nigger" photograph. The American flag used as a screen during the orgies of the democratic club, will be given over to the party that fought to preserve it from dis grace. The brass band which rendered such efficient service during the campaign, has already been given sway. 31 second-hand clay pipes.. 17 copies of the "Fine Old Irish Gentleman." 1 whole edition of the Democratic Watchman. 16 empty whiiky bottles. The transparency at th...

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

SO'mE'Va LOST. The journals throughout the country, that furnish reading matter to the disconsolate, are now, and have been since the election, engaged in persuading their poor dupes, that the Democracy have lost nothing in the campaign just closed. Now, although there may be cases, in which '''things are not as they seem," the election just over, is not- one of them. The Democracy defined thenprinciples, made their platform, and put upon it candidates, selected with a view to their election. It was fondly hoped that the good people of this country would stultify themselves by their adoption. This was the first of a series of mistakes which finally culminated in what we are pleased to think of as a grand defeat of the Democracy. We find amongst the debris of the' straggle, the successor to what was once the honored Democratic party, shattered, demoralized, with their platform knocked from under; their "irestige gone, principles nowhere, and their success, upon which so much depe...

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

NABTCBAMZATIOir. The enormous frauds which were undoubtedly practiced at the late election, and at the previous one in October, both in this State and city and elsewhere, is a subject in which every good citizen is profoundly interested. Whatever may be a man's opinion' of the relative responsibility of the two parties—whether he thinks that both are equally to blame, that each commands the same number of "miscreants," and is equally willing to cheat at the polls—which .we do not believe—yet every honest man of either party will agree that fraud should be prevented by every proper means, and the great source of fraud is the naturalization mill. The thing that should be guarded with the most jealous care in this country is the ballot. Having determined the conditions upon which men shall be come voters, it is of supreme importance that those conditions should be observed, or tho will of the people will surely. be defeated. Fraud at the polls is poison in the very springs of the g...

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

New Yokk and New Jersey—one if not both carried by fraud—are the only northern Stotes that go for Seymour, and they by very meagre majorities. Maryland,' Delaware, and Eentucky, were held in the Union by northern Federal bayonets; and three or four Southern States that have voted with them have been carried by the Ku-Elux Klans. All the others are for Grant, and by vast majorities. This is the whole story.

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