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

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Publication Title: Bellefonte National
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

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

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

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Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

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

T^Y virtue an order om the ij" Orphans' C'.crt of Centre county, tiit-ro •vui bo ctposed to public sulo, on tiie premises', THURSDAY, SEi"rF.:.:nr.n, 2-1,'lSGS ut 10 o"c!o-:!-, a. ra.. the following p-opt-rty : A ci.-rt.iia Fann cyrit.iitii.i ;7i acr..-?, su.iar^ in 15al I li-.,.-i« V:>.U-;y, ivi-emt tw.j mile-* n'oov-j Unior.viiie .-.r.d ten nnlc.i uliovn .lieilct'.im.', (tbro:).-',l which the !li>i Kr;.o Vul ey lt:i'.;' rou I p..H.-ti). It ii b-uiiJod ..:i tha bite property "I J.,-j-ib Iionniii^, dteei.-edi north bv i.-imi ol (scurfs /iocvir, ,,n the west b> JiiM'ph >lil<'i' lieir.i, ml tho r-mth by liutl Ihifrln ir?t:k, ami on tho cast bv /,. C. t'.-'er? and P I' .olt. on which ii er'Ttt-l ft good two story 0.»tt!in^ iloi'-e., b i:'u » -.-•:•![ of soil w->t:r ut rh.-do n; n i.ir^e P. ...i( Z'. r:n and orfier otithuiliiiii'i-i: »*,;no.t Ai-ulo otiii-ii-l, I'c.ie'.i tfees, anil :i verier'/ of Cherrj and l'lumb trees in W.oriny *'&...

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

p academy.— LJ Vt-r J-io.'iiTS in i'l- X.rtt ''''io» ..f the nudilrn • li.v'e t"."-n parriu'-W rcv.v ,-^.i nnj iire'now op-n for tl>- rec'.'.fi'Ki of per i!.. Th" «-:ss|,,T| "'"""'' "" W~-!o-.'ii i» <.T,t 21. Willi el.pi.or.^'fi^ prn-i.*cn f-i** » s-.r.tl sc'iool. . It i.t 'I.b pur i.-^ of tiie I'rii <dn .! to t.ir:.i-h '!i.»ro'i.-h i'li.Ta.'ti m in t'i^ •(••..•'¦ii-ir/ and hi-'lu-r Kn^. 'i h !'rtr>i-'..'s, .ll^n.»!inije», /t.-. cient'^n-.l i:,i j.-r-i !,h-_'iiu'.|, It., .'< Ki ieri.^ snl in si), tho dcpiirtui^ais of a couipl-to sctio.,1 C".l-^i.. P»ritc;i!Rr"titt^ption will b» given to music, boili Vtivu! snd Iii>tn»oien*al. The nio'nl t'hnr.ifiCer of the students will bo guntiKti mlh sn'eiul enrc. ll e r.'li. ltstin year will bs tlcvidril is to tiro sct'si-.tm of 20 week? each. J>. -uniru'i'ini jiill ba hi-1.' heforo tho Cbristicai Ilolidays, ami at the doio of tho year. TERMS •• For Tiny rnpils *25 00 ricrFeE. ij.-n. Atu.-ic Ex...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

tlenian is interested in are numerous, and has occasioned no little tramping around to find them. The hotel is rapidly assuming immense proportions. We gave a full description of it some time ago. It will cost near §50,-000. • He has in course of erection on Spring street, west of High, three brick buildings, planned after the Philadelphia style—.-as, hot and cold water, and all the modern improvements. These will add materially to the beauty of that locality, and will cost as near as can be ascertained, $8000. - Also, five tenement houses on the hill, back of the new jail, which are "to be rented at exceedingly low rales. GOV. CUBTEf'S house on High street, a cut of which appeared in our paper a short time ago, is beginning to have every appearance of the niagnjiiceat dwelling the architect designed it to be. Cost, $25,000. ROBERT VALENTINE'S RESIDENCE. corner of fjurtiu and. Allegheny streets, is to be of: cut stone, with facings and corners imported from Chicago. Not being ar...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

. Omission.—In-last weeks paper wepubished a list of parties doing business in Bellefonte. In it we made several omissions, which will he found below: GEO. LIVINGSTON • who for honesty, uprightness and fair dealing, has gained a reputation throughout the entire county. Under his management the book business has grown won., derfullv. j-We next proceed to the Confectionery and Bakery establishment of ADAM IIERKIMEB. who is increasing his business rapidly. Bread, Cakes, Pies, &c, are . handed.out daily to the citizens of our flourishing, borough, and altogether his establishment is a great convenience to the residents of "West Bellefonte." wl Br ^a ou a "^ OCa HOTEL KEEPERS do not complain of hard times. Not a bit of it. Not a bit. of it. Broeke'rhoff House, Messrs Houseal & Krom .Proprietors, filled to overflowing GaraiunVHotel, Daniel Gorman, proprietor, feeding near two hundred people dolly, and the Cummings W. D. Rickard. proprietor, sails in the ¦same boat. The...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

"A 'MEBTI80 ofthe friends.of Grant and Colfax was held in the" school house at Zion, Walker township, on Saturday evening,' Sept. 5th. The meeting was called to order by Mr. Rupert, Squire JIcKean chosen chairman, and Mr. Strublo secretary. After the organization, the ladies under the lead of Messrs. Gray and Struble sang a campaign song with good effect. Addresses were made by 0. H. Hale, Tbad. P. Stevens and John O. Love. The meet ing was one of the largest (many ladies being present) and most interesting ever held at Zion, and evidenced that the people of Walker township* are alive to the issues and importance of the campaign, and that they will make a bold strike for peace, and against the re-inauguration of civil war, by reporting an increased majority in favor of Grant and Colfax, and our State and county tickets at the coming election.

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

IBISHMfam, BEAD In the Summer of 1856, Frank P. Blair, now Democratic candidate for Vice President, made a speech at St. Louis, in response to a serenade by a Fenian procession. The-Boston Traveler has fished up a full report of the speech, which was as follows: "Gentlemen: I am with you heart and soul, and heartily say, "God bless the Finuegans." [A voice—'Fennians, General.'] I know what I am talking about, and I sayFinnegans. (Laughter and confusion-; And I say that I hope to see the cause flourish and prosper, and 1 shall bless the day when Ireland is governed by Irishmen. In accomplishing this laudable undertaking, I will do all I can to assist you. I will place myself, if needs be at your head, march with you to Staten Island, oversee your embarkation, will stand on the most elevated bluff ofthe coast, and as you raise the green emblem over the Stars and Stripes, while your steamers, under full headway, are turning their prows to the east, I will say good-by, God bless...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 11 September 1868

If any man wants to "strike the sounding lyre," let him hit Brick Pomeroy. Kentucky gave eighty thousand Democratic majority. They will also carry, by corresponding majorities, the Five Points, Bedford street Sing Sing and the Eastern Penitentiary. The chosen homes of the Democracy are ulcers on the body politic. Some Rep ublican journals attach importance to the fact that insanity is hereditary in Horatio Seymour's family—his father and brother having died maniac suicides. Nothing strange about that, gentlemen. The leading Democrats hereabouts are crazy as bedbugs. Gov. Seymour is a zealous advo oate of the reduction of our arm y Those who did so much to redticd our army at Andersonville, Salisbury, Belle Isle, and in the battles of the war, will vote for him. "There should be the greatest vig lance along the whole line," said Grant to Ord, when victory was about, to -perch upon our banners at Vicksburg. If we would conquer rebellion at. the polls, in November next, we must...

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

An exchange says: 'Raphael Seemes, the cowardly pirate who burned our'unarmed merchant vessels on every sea, has. announced his satisfaction with the nomination of Seymour and Blair. So has Toombs the traitor Senator of 1861; so has < 'obb, Mr! Buchanan's faithless Secretary of the Treasury, who deserted his post and purjured himself,7to take a position in the Rebel Government of Jeff Davis ; so has Albert Pike, whose Indians scalped our dead at Pea Ridge; so has Forrest the Tennessee butcher; so has Beauregard, who urged the Rebel Government to put to death oy the garrote its prisoners of war; so has the Rebel Gen. Preston, who left his post as United. States Minister, to Spain, ccme home sad drew his pay in gold from the Treasury that Cobb ha-J impoverished, and then hastened to take a command. in the Rebel army."!

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

BE LLEFOBTEMAEEEIS Bellefonte; Aug. 27,186S. White Wheat, per bushel,.... 2 20 Red « .........;do...i.;... 210 Eye, i...........do;........ 125 Corn,....;'.-..- .do...;..;..'-'..1 £0 Oats,....4....' ;;.'..:rto.......:; ' 55 Barley,.' "... .'"i-i'do.....:... 110 Clover Seed,........;;. .'.do.'.:. A.... •' 7 00 Potatoes,;..."....'.'.:.. .do......... 1 '75 Lard, per pound,..... 20 Butter,..........;'.".' ¦ .., .do.."... • ?T. 40 Eggs,..:'.:.....;... .per dozen,. i":.v '25 Plaster...../ per ton........... 16 00 . .' !

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

SPECIAL NOTICES DR. TOBIAS!. CELEBRATED VENETIAN LLMMENT.whose wonderful cures, sure and instantaneous action, ill cases of Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Toothache, Cuts Burns, Cramps, Dysentery, etc., have astonished the civilized world. It is no,new catch-pemny, but an article that has stood the test- for years. The enormous sale and rapidly increasing demand is at once the surest evidence of its usefulness and popularity. Try it and be convinced. No family should he without a bottle in the house—hundreds of dollars, and many hours of sufferings may be saved by its timely use. Kolic, Cramp, and Dysentery yield at once to its pain-curative properties. It is perfectly innocent, and can be given to the oldest person or younget child. No matter,-if you have.no confidence in Patent Medicines—try this, and you will be sure to buy again and recommend to your friends. Hundreds of Physicians recommend it in their practice: None genuine unless signed,"S. I. Tobias." Price 50 cts. per ...

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

"Throw.physic to the dogs; I'll hone of it. To make assurance doubly sure ~ I'll take"—Plantation Bittebs. They never fail. This great Stomach Healer is just what tho people need. "It ia a remedy; they .can rely on. For Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Headache^ Dizziness,' Ague, Liver Com* plaints,- Pains in ihe'Side and Back, i t has no equal; _ot the least among its., virtues is its extreme pleasantness to the taste and immediate beneficial effect. Try it, suffering Dyspeptics, and be cured. Such are the assertions of those situated to know.— From the vast amount of this article sold, it must have great merit. Magnolia Water.—A delightful toilet article—superior to Coldgne and. at half the price. Sept. 4, '68-2t. A kew two horse wagon and cart for sale call ou Isaac Haupt.

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

Isaac Haupt desires to call the attention of the public to a new stove, styled the "Ventilator,"' with water heater attached to the pipe j. usefel for boiUng tea-kettles, heating irons and just the stove for a dining room. This stove is a; self-feeding base, turning only with large return flues. "How ill white hairs become a fool and jester," said Henry IV. How ill, indeed, they become any one when "Barrett's Vegetable Hair Restorative" occasionally applied wiU keep the hair as fresh and glossy in old age as in youth. To this valuable article was awarded the only prize medal over all competitors Tri-Statet Union. 911'68-lt. Bitters'.—Roback's, Drake's, Hostettcr's, Hubbel's, Hooflands, Mishler's Alwood's and Taylor's Olive Branch, for sale at Green's Drug Store. Artists Tube Paints for sale at "Green's Drug Store.

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

The finest brands of Segars at VGreen's Delicious Soda Water with choice fruit syrups, at. "Green's.1.'-

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

. Read, Weekly "Sharp-Shooter."—Novel, Practical and AWFULLY Sharp on Fogies, Quacks, Pharisees and Politicians ,'boring them right through!" Only 50 cts. a year in advance. Send 3 ct. Stamp for Sample. Address, Dr. S. M. Landis, Philadelphia, Pa. • Aug. 21 ,'68.1m. cw&co. More economical, remarkable certainty of prompt action, iu fact, every good quality is guaranteed for Mrs. S. A. Allen's improved (new style) Hair Restorer or Dressing, (in one bottle.) Every Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar. Aug. 14,'68.1m. Deafness, Blindness, and Catarrh treated with the utmost success by J. Isaacs, M. D., and Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 12 years experience, (formerly of Leyden, Holland,) No. 805 Arch Street, Phil'a. Testimonials can be seen at his office. The medical faculty'are invited to accompany their patients,' as he has no secrets in his practice. Artificial eyes inserted without pain. No charge for examination. June 1...

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

The Merchant's Protective Union Mercantile Reference Register. The Merchants' Piiotective Usiios, organized to promote and protect trade, by enabling its subsribcrs to attain facility and safetyin the granting of credits, and the recovery of claims at all points, have to announce that they will, in September, 1SCS, publish in one large quarto volume .* The Merchants' Protective Union Mercantile Reference SEarsTEa, containing, among other things, the Names, Nature of business, Amount of Capital, Financial Standing and Rating as to credit, of oyer 400,000 of tho principal merchant, traders bankers, manufacturers, and public companies, in more than 30,000 of the cities, towns, villages, and settlements throughout tho United States, their Territories, and tho British Provinces of North America ; embracing trie most important information attainable and necessary to enablo the merchant to ascertain at a glance the Capital, Character and Degree of Credit of such of his customers as are...

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