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

BAIL ROAD HOUSE. Corner Front and Pine street, PHILIPSBCRG, CENTRE 00. PA. BOB'X LOYD.Prop. '

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

JJEW GOODS. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! ' At the store off GEOKGE D. PIFER'S Nu. 6, BROCKERHOFF ROW NO. 6, BROCKERHOFF ROW NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, [Where a fresh supply of ¦ _FAiL|;AND WIHTER DRTIGOODS, have just been "received in endless Quantities and varieties. COME O^E^COME ALL, and.'examine his'stock tbefore' purchasingfelsewnere GOOD83ALMOST£GIVEN:AWAY. Always on" handgthe celebrated (HALL B0tf£HHHHH^CT . -t yBBSBs^^ y-' W^ MJEH-e'! AI'D:BOY'S OVERCOATS,^SUITS, PAt< TS & VESTS,; UNDEB-CI OTHING, | AND|HATS £ CAPS, |.st extreme!y**ow rates." An endless ;assor entJoljTi- fies' dres;s; G-OODS At less than ctty prices. A nne lot <' Groceries, Queensware, Cedar Ware, canned; AND DRIED FRUITS, *o., & The highest cash pricesjpaid tor marketing and countty produce.; DON' FAIL TO CALL"BEl"ORE ALL THE ^ GOODS ARE SOLD. *5 22 ly

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

"DEATES & MDLLER/ WholesaleDruggists, No. 224 N. Third Stbeet, Corner of Branch,' PHILADELPHIA,' Dealers in Brags, Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Glass Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Spices, Patent Medicines, Ac, <£c, At. r _"-We guarantee all our goods pure and genuine, and at the lowest market rates._£Q July •il,'68.1yt •

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

J. WASH. XIIXBB. »JTI» D. 1U>1B. Miller & Elder, _No. 204 North Third Street, PHDLADELPHIA, WHOLESALE, BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, and dealers in CURTAIN & WALL PAPERS. July Sl/flS.lyt

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

riRAYBILL & co.; WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Shades^ YARNS, BATTING, WADDING, GRAIN BAGS, WICK, BROOMS, TWDJES, &c. Also WOOD AND WB1LOW WARE, No. 845 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. July«.'«8.Iyt

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

1 fJURNSIDE & THOMAS, BELLEFONTE, PA. DEALERS rjr FINE GROCERIES, TEAS, COWHB, SU-.. GAR A MOLASSES, Pare Undulterated Spices, Warranted to be strictly pare, Ptu*» Confectionery. Foreign Irviti A HuU, BOOTS A SHOES, WurMtediLwtltrim »L' v*ri»ty,Hit». C» _. Notions, BeltiM- **•• *•> A-i**-*.*,-. ^

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

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

LOCAL -:%EWS. : GIBABD'S SECRET.—I HAVe/aLWAYS noNSIDEREDADVERTISIirS LIBEEAXLY A WD LTJTTG TO BE THE GREAT MEDIUM OF SUCCESS IN BIISIH^SS^AND .THE PEEIUBE TO WEALTH; AND I HAVE MADE ITATIUYARIABLE RULE TO ADVERTISE 15 THE DULLEST TIHES, AS WELL AT THE BUSIEST; LOHG.EXPE-' EIENCE HAVIUG TAUGHT .ME THAT MONEY THUS SFECTT IS WELL LAID OUT. A very bad case of Grecian Bend was noticed'in our streets, the other day. - I*- the matter of the weather, we 'believe vre are having about as much as ia necessa--•>-•' «, ' /;::'' ' Death.—The wife of D. I. Prune*-, esq! of this Borough, -was buried on Sunday last. ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ A m.o* was drowned at Beach. Rreek in this county, on 'Wednesday of last week, while attempt! iig to' cross tie stream on horseback. His,name has not been ascertained. Miss. Lydia Heverly, an aged and i-espec to J citizen of Howard, boroujli, *• died .on "tlonday of last week, and her funeral, wli.ch took place on the "Wednesday following was largely attended. ...

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

ATTE-fTiox is called to the change made in the advertisement of Mr. Halm, jeweler in the Bush bvilding. Sir.Hahn has here: tofore been engaged almost entirely in reprtirin<*. Hereafter, he will have constantly on hand a complete apsortment of articles usually found in a well arranged jewelry establishment, where his priccas will compare favorably with those of similar establishments elsewhere. Give him a call. Tub Ann of Barnes, Osterhont, Herron A Co.. the largest, cap, and fur, establishment in Philadelphia, were paciuiarly fortunate when they secured the services of J. Miles Kepheart, formerly of tills place. He' is known as one of the best salesman in tke city. He has built up an immense trade in the hat business in which his opin-*on is law, on the matter of taste. His many friends rejoice at his success) and .pray :".-- ifs continuance.

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

TrrE boy who spends an" hour of each ?rosing lounging idly on the street corner, wastes in the course of a single year, an amount of time, which, if applied to study, ¦ would fe"»iliarize him with the rudiments at least, of abaost any of the familiar science?. , - In addition to this, nine 'out often of all thy boys;Who spends their evenings thus, spend* money Snough uselessly to pay for a half dozen of the leading magazines of the country. Boys, think of this. How much preciouB tint* - and good money you are wasting; yes, worse than wasting, in acquiring kurtful habits which will cling to, and gro-*r upon, you with es,eh succeeding year. Ton may ia after life shake them off; but the j-robabinties are that habits thus formed, Trill be component parts of your mental «nd physical being, as long as you live. Bs cautioned, then, and resolve that as the hour spent in idleness is gone forever, you will improve each passing, one, and thereby fit yourself for usefulness and happiness. ^...

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

Watsoxs' Philadelphia Business Directory, for 1800. We call the attention of our merchants to this new and valuable little work of reference to the Trade of Philadelphia, and commend its utility to every merchant buying goods, or doingbusiness with Philadelphia to the extent of a thousand dollars a year. It will contain a classified list of all the merchants, manufacturers, and professional men of Philadelphia, arranged in systematic alphabetical order, a well executed Lithographic Map; of the ,clty,. and/views.of: the Public . 'Buildings, with other objects of interest in .and around the Quaker Cicy.1' In ordering goods; directing correspondence, or ascertaining where to- obtain any article oftra'de, •or manufacture, it will be indispeiksible to 'our Merchants. Such-a' -Cy'ofk is much' .needed, and its popularity,, and the standing of tlie publishers,"is" vouched for by the jDailyJ-iquiret, Telegraph, and the {leading . 'A-fJty.'-'PA yreekly. prej^.of Philadelphia. Sfessrs.' Wats...

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

- On our promenades we note no direct ev dence -of seraph summer save in the loneliness of lost leaves—while igossamer garbs and delicate hues have all been transformed into the livery,of Autumn.

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

We desire ;ta^cdrreet our report the election returns\;fbr?Philipsburg Borough and Bush township. -.Phillpsburg borough gave twenty-nine Republican majority, and Rush township twenty-three Republican majority. The published returns show these .figures reversed. . Sombbodt once said "time and tide wait for no man," "and but few women," said another. In.this we have only to say that time and tide differ veiy materiall from the.Zimnierman Bro's, whose stock of goods is well selected, prices moderate, and clerks attentive to -their numerous customers. • '

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

I"* consequence, of our removal, which commences to-day. it will be impossible for us to issue our paper next week. Sometime will be required to get our affairs in order. We shall be pleased to see o"ur friends, in our new home.- Captiax Cook, our street commisioner, doesn't seem to -'weary in well doing." Ho lias by raising the crossings effectually abolished the "man trap" which has for some time existed at the North corner of the Diamond. The side walk at that point, being considerable higher than the crossing lias been afoot sore as well as-an eye soie to our people, for sometime. Queer Queries.—in what car did the man. ride who was "driven frantic?" . What length of a line is requisite to take the soundings of a functionary who is beneath contempt? When a man revolves much in his mind, does it make him dizzy? If all things arc for the best, where do the rations of the second best come from ? What is the exact width of a broad grin? ".--WE'are informed by Col. Gregg of a...

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

The, . far-famed Continentals, occupied -Bush'S:Hall last jiight, giving, as is their custom,1 -universal;'satisfaction.. To-night 'they"appear for the last time,1' and those of our people who wish, to see and hear something enjoyable, would do well to attend. They honored our town with a visit last year, and their,per.r>nnance so filled our minds withpleasantthoughts, that we hava -never since beoii'-entirely without them. .-.. .*.-.. .--..... —__—^ -. . 017.—The appearances of these mystic figures in several prominent places through out town 'tother morning, gave rise to many surmises. Some thought it was a Ku Elu-c arrangement^ and others -'concluded that they didn't know what Svas meant. However a very sagacious individual intimated that these symbolic figures, might possibly have some connection with the reduced Democratic majority in this cotinty. We believe his explanation was the correct one.

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

In voting for badges to be presented to the most popular Conductor aud Brakeman on the B. E. V. and T. & C. R. R., at the Catholic Pair held at Tyrone week before last, the choice fell upon Conductor W. C. Irwin, and Brakesman S. B. Hood, of the Tyrone and-Clearfield Brunch. The amount realized by the Fair, through, the badges, is estimated at three hundred and fifty dollars. While speaking of Mr. Irvin, we take pleasure in noticing the fact, that his train, which runs into Bellefonte each evening, is now made up of now and very elegant cars, which are in themselves quite a luxury.

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

"Some jiex," it is said "are born great, and others have greatness thrust upon them." So some men have fortunes thrust upon them, while others are the architects of their own fortunes. Now, if we were to give directions for the ¦ accumulation of "stamps," we should iusiat upon, as requisite, a free indulgence in industrious habits, a judicious course of advertising, a gentlemanly deportment, with strict honesty. But here we have described exactly the process by which the arm of Loeb, May & Loeb have attained their gjeat success. And then too we should not neglect the fact that their goods are always of the best, while the prices are reasonable. TiLAi Turkey.—We should forfeit our self-respect, and be guilty of the basest ingratitude toward . the individual whose kindness of heart'and care for our welfare prompted the gift of as fine a gobler as ever trod a "barn-yardall deserted." We should never forgive ourselves for such an unpardonable breach of propriety, as that of ...

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

The 'jjuK.F.—The races which were arrangedfor Wednesday last, werepostpbned.: ill yesterday, on account of the late rains. We received the residttoo late for this days isiie. But for the satisfaction of those interested in feats of hc?semanship, we' append the following as the entrees' and the purses trotted for. •Tor. $100 purse, James Clark, enters bay mare' "Jennie May," (formerly j^y Brepzfe.) : ¦-'' ;;.' ' ¦' ¦ -. ¦ ' Frank Herdic, enters sorrel stallion "Andrew Jackson." - . ' ' - ; W. D. Rikard enters gray gelding, "Watchman." For $30 puree L. C. Smith enters, grey gelding, "Grey Squirrel." Frank Mullen, enters, brown gelding "Blind Tom." For $20 jjursc, O... A. Harvey, enters, bay mare, "Lady May." Amos Mullen caters sorrel gelding, "Dan." P. B. Wilson, enters, grey gelding, "Don." - George Lose enters brown mare, "Jennie." ' . ' ¦ Committee—A. ¦ Erom, W. D. Bikard, J. B. Mitchell.

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

TriE ceremony of laying the corner stone of the new Presbyterian church on Spring street, will be performed on next Tuesday, the 17th inst., at 11 o'clock A. M. A temporary floor will be laid upon the joists to accommodate the congregation with good stauding room: The public are invited to attend. ORDEa-OF excercises. 1. IiivocaJion, prefaced by brief remarks upon the object of the appointment. 1. Scripture Reading' , Psalm, XCVI. "Oh! sing unto the Lord a new song." 3. Singing by_ the congregation, Paslm 17$, paji-e, 4-,-lasf-4hr.ee':starjzas^; ':_,., ¦ " ' "'~c"H6saSna totheanrioiu'tedKing." ¦. i; Ceremony of laying, the stone, with naming'of articles deposited. i -,r 5. Chant, by the choir, Psalm LXXXIV "How amiableare thy tabernacles,! O Lord' OfHoStS.1" -. .|i.V;„. ., ;-; | „,..-, J;6;'-Addresa, by the pastor.: ..-~ j """* ¦ -7. -Fraycr-' ^ ' ' ¦ '.'-¦ I: .:'' .;:'¦ j B:-Do*6logy: *.''..'.'j 'fFraise-God from wksa jfl'wWrjasjQoWr :.P. JEsSRSffzCEMfR. ¦ ''- ¦ Life is a bea...

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

We are in receipt of a commvimcation from Major R. H. Foster, in which,-lie -rer futes the statements made in the.Jetters,addressed to J. C. Peters, which appeared ^ in our last issue. It will appear in .our next. A Scientific lady, when a question turned on dynamics, asked'the late George Stephenson, the celebrated engineer, "what do you consider the most powerful -Jpr.-fi in nature ?" said he: "it is the. eye of \a woman for the man that loves her:;',for- i a woman looks with affection on a young man, should he go to the uttermost ends of the earth, the recollection of that look will bring him back. There is no other force in nature that could do that.". New Counterfeit.—A new and dangerous counterfeit two-dollar note on the Sixth National Bank, of Philadelphia, has made its appearance. It is not very well executed. A ILt-lc e£».,iion will at once discover its falsity. The clouds above the female on tha left end have a ss'ratcliy ajipearancc ; the shading under the words "Na...

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