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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

Negeo Scftbaoz.—The States of lovm and Minnesota hare decided in favor ofimpartial suffrage by large majorities.. '2he negro sufirag amendment to the MStjBtfi State Oonstitutioa haaheen defeated?'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

xuTiscclIaneoas. Hoops have actually gone oat in Paris _ The population of Cleveland is about 55,288. New York has two thousand six hundred policemen. It costs $1,500 a night to run Parepa in San Francisco. New York has a street car that carries its own rails along with it. The woman of America wear 100,000,-000, yards of calico a year. Mississippi has; in some parts, raised I three crops of hay this year. "Time works wonders," as a lady said when she mau-ie4 after a thirteen years' courtship. There are four thousand Odd Fellows in Australia.. Croquet is dead. He was a Brooklyn jeweler and he took arsenic. Deep linen collars trimmed with Valenciennes, is now the "genteel thing" among thevladies. Home and Foreign Items Growing wheat looks very promising in Indiana. William B. Astor is said to be worth $90,000,000. Loetard, being so well puffed, is fashionable in New York. There are one hundred students in the Romish College iu Boston. Brazil has spent two hundred millions in go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

•f»t:»ta ItQins, .,. . Lancaster county: bo'asfs si' 'cuc'siiut tree twenty-seven feet "in circiimfereiice, with a cherry tree gi'OTVii'ig;'frb' m'briepf its branches. • ; ¦ ':: ¦ • ¦ _:¦:••/ 7.„- .. ....:,:.:-. Swartlmiorb^Coliegcyat West Dale, ;Pa., erected by the quakersj /(HicksitO). .will - be one of the finest buildings^ for, bdiivAtjiqnal purposes on this continent'. xoiiTmmg&itAx& j^, sTY. —'rho r. R. Co., is; now extending, their sidings in Sunbiu-yto accommodate their great increase of h'usiiicss.-^W'. J.i Wpivekon has been appointed 'county 'Superintendent of Schools "in- place of G.- W. -'Haupt,- resigned. —The'size of.thG:newcar,shepin gunbury is 00by200.feet,.-.. .. .-'.". A locomotive boilor.receptly blew-up at Portage Irpn Works, (n Blair, countyj.' and killed Robert Patterson and^Philfp G'bavis engineer 'aiid frremaVdtiz'e'hs o'f Givysport D.'L. Biever, abb' aVcaptaiiioi'Ahiiyllle, Lebanon Cb.j-'w'as drowned" in- the: canal near Harrisbtirgron' t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

.t . . 'Mnrdock is lecturing in Ohio. Tad'Lincoln goes to-schonl. at Wiesbaden., .-.;, ,...; :..':•: ,, o .-. AYOLUJffi of poems.by Geo. j). Prentice is announced. •' "Miss Houston, an eminent soprano of Boston,ha3 been offered $2500 a^fear to sing'in Dr. Collyer's church, JQJHJbSfei , Governor Baker, of;Indiarsfflw§|Pio alloYV his name to be used for tj§ffiffififd ' '%¦. W&njSip|P.i is about to take "Mpwfp*yi. ^^^HE^ Mtgently atjloboken, N. j^|?J'i '*Mr916e!k want's 'to be^gfcyw-hor ffi fgH|p Tennessee, ilti is now in the regular orr^fpr? der of descent; Tailorman,Alderman, "^tVC Governor,.Pre3iucnt—then Governor, ai- N* derman, tailormau. lie wants to swiii" completely, round. ' ' ' 'TiCKiidii&FhsLDS paid Dickens $1,000 a night-and his expencos for his readings, Whereby T.&F. netted over. $100,000 arid Charles carried off $98,000. . Clara Louisa Kellog has gained ? world-wide re'piitatfoii by' singing opera in o'iily five- •cities^-Lon'doiij Boston, Now...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

FnceH*."" ' ' ' ' ' ' Josh Billings' expresses' otir'views on u/» subject of autographs,'pi-eeiselyi • Ha > thus replies to an anxious correspondent/who asked hint fpr.his autograph:, .>.,,..-..-. '•We never furnish prtograffs. in lesj quantities Itihn'byfpiieftig'.' Itiza' bizncsa th'atgratc nieii ha'vo'gotihtoybUt 'it ''don't strike iis-az'bdihgpi'oStaljle."not amusing. We furnished a near ;uid very, dear , friend our ortograff a few. years ago, for ninety days, and it got'iut,o the.liaiuls of tlio bank and it ko'st us $2.75 to 'get. it' back'.'' Wo went out of the biznes tlie'n; arid' have" not hankered-foi' it siuse." •¦• '•¦ ¦' A lady parting from her husband' in tno care, eaj'3 tho Boston Trailer, got off the following in one breath : "Goodbye Will; write to me every day, won't you ? I'll expect a latter three times a week any way. Take good care of my Sunday school'class, for I'll want it when I come back: "If Mrs.-Smith calls' don't give her mor/sihan fifty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

Mt i*IItf<rot* iatiflttirt* A rOMTIOAI, AUD NEWS JOUMTAL, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, It. A. A E. H. KINSI.OE, Pro's, THADJJEUS P. STEPHENS, Editor. BELLEI-ONTB, PA. TERMS: —Two Dollars per year, invariably in advance. • BATES OF ADVEBTISING. TRANSIENT ADVERTISING, SO Cento per line for Four Insertions or less. S Cents per line for each Additional Insertion. STANDING ADVERTISING. 1 INCH, THREE MONTHS, . 8 3.00 1 INCH SIX MONTHS, .... 5.0O 1 INCH TWELVE MONTHS, . 10.00 Special rates for larger space. Address ft 3KT-A.TI0 3iT-A-L," Bellefonte , Pa. R. A. KlNST.OB, !?• H. KlIHLOK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

fjocfrn mttr iclcrtions, INDIAaLS&MMEB. Silently down thr'JjjKpiilf'Jowg' Stealsltho soonta|HBKter Kine—Through the nigbsM^SKpning sliadowi, "Where were HoigBgBBffiaveii tliey fling. . Through the "'"TTsffsVff stars seomnear<istr "When now one9H[B&iQ the dome-When the tinklinM^BBpcl the clearest, As flocta frorajJBB^Bgres come home. Then down onPjSMHf016 river> Where the wiaHW^fclcpme the spring, And the leaves TCMMKJP <luiver In the breezolKSMjiuinier days bring. There tliairMTaBSfaflP tak!nB' Till the warnffl|H|Kaoniing light—Into mist theirwSw«fc ismaking Fleecy clouds—they steal ottt of sight. On hilsides tho maples are planting Their banners, with crimson aglow—Iiiko'sentries, the birches are waving \ • Their signals to valleys below. Tho trees on the lowlands and mountains, "Where the morning first heralds the day, Along by the streams, and the fountains, Are all marshaled in battle array. From the field of battle is lifting, The smoke ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

bom's exposed to the worst weather. Eng being no longer willing to endure the tyranny of his brother, demands a separation, and threatens that if it is not granted peacefully, he will some night cut and run. This we know to be a fact. ' I-wonder bowjH^f Sffe tell their mo. thor evciythmg.HHBHiie "young ladies" who going to iuHmHiool, smile, bow and exchang riojUPj^Pfrte de visite with young men wIiohHr11 °*' them and their pictures, JBKvQfe in a way that would make theMHHKpurn with shame if they knew it|HpMg> most credulous and romantic yt^BsHlRlue 7wiu d°> although they gaiBB8Mfy'esn young faces admiringly, aiidjHBBjfijve you charming verses and boquaHSHntter what "other girls do," don't ilnHsf School-girl flirtation may end diMwaKjas many a foolish, wretched younpPKltysWd tell you. Your yearning for some one to love is a great need of every woman's heart. But there is a time for everything. Don't let the bloom and freshness of your heart be brushed off in silly f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

DRY GOODS, OIL CLOTHS, . NOTIONS, CARPETS, GLASS AND QUEENSWAKE, WOOD AND WIXLOW WARE, I GROCERIES, &C, &C. CHEAPER THAN EVER! Their good6,:have been purchased at low figures, and y ill bo toU CHEAPER THJUJ THE CHEAPEST 1 ALL KJND« 0» COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR GOODS. STERNBERG & BRANDEIS. June 1J,'B8-Iy. IN OLOTHI3STG, For tormi, specimens of business and Ornamental penmanship, earn pies of money used in College Bank, Ae., call at the Office, or address J. P. DAVIS. WlIlIAMSPOBT, Pa. Auf. 2,'67-ly. STERNBERG & BRANDEIS. ¦WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS ADVANTAGES. Beauty, j Health, and Business Importance of locitioM. It is readily &cee»ibl» from all parts by Railroad. Its course of Instruction is full, thorough, and pre-eminently practical. Boarding CHEAPER than Jat any other similar Institution. 3tISC9LLAXEO US. T17ILLIAMSP0RT COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Duly Ciiaktehed ajk> Organized by the Legislature; to gra» Diplomas to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY! The subscriber would respectfully intmeo tbo citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, ahthfa is prepared to furnish, every day, FRESH BREAD, Catci of all kinds,J Pies, ie., to., CANDIES, SPICES, NUTS, FRUITS, and anything and everything belonging to the busineis. During the summer season an elegant ICE CREAM SALOON will be opened lor the accommodation of ladies and geatltmen. Having had years of experience in the business, ho natters himself that he ean gu arantee satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage. May 1, '68-ly. J. H. SANDS. l^EW BAKERY AND CONFECTIONER Y, BUSH'S ARCADE, HIGH STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. ADAM HORKHELMER Having opened a new and first-class Bakery and Confectionery, he is prepared to serve the publie with good fresh) BREAD, PIES, CAKES, CONFECTIONS and everything in his line, at all times. Hii ICE CREAM SALOON will be open during the Summer, and will be kept attractive by the very excellent Cream, of all popular f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

THE MOXEY MABKET. The great stringency which prevails in money matters, has given the financiers of the country, an excellent opportunity of pointing out its cause, suggesting remedies, and advising as to the course to be pursured, in order to prevent its recurrence. Many ideas have been started as to its origin, and our exchang es come to us filWl wit.li lom-no^ cries come to us filled with learned editorials, concerning it. In all that has been written upon this subject, we find the prevailing belief that overtrading, and excessive speculation have brought about the present deplorable condition in monetary affairs. The evils of speculation, work their own cure ; and generally, cease with the lack of money which they bring about. And since importers are inclined to profit by the weaknesses of others, rather than act for the general good, it occurs to us that some reasonable legislation on the matter cannot be amiss. Great hopes are entertained, that upon the assembling of Con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

damns County.—The eterprismg editors ofthe Bellefonte Natiokal (the remainder ofthe name makes it too long by half) are concerned bethe Philadelphia Bulletin does not give them proper credit for growth since 1860. It chances that the town has made an increase of 135 per cent in that time. Good! Bellefonte is a right smart town. May its shadow never be less.—Nothing like a live paper to call attention to the facts, and Bellefonte has one • The Bellefonters are moving lor a railroad from that place to Milroy.— West Branch Bulletin. We are pleased to see that our efforts meet the opproval of those who are eminently qualified to judge correctly of what constitutes a good paper. Gentlemen our thanks are hereby tendered.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

TiiaddedsP. Stephens has assumed editorial control of the Beixefonte Natioal, which is now one of the ablest of the Republican journals in the State. Mr. S. is a graceful and ready writer, qualified fully to direct successfully the political course of so influential a paper as the National.—State Guard. We' are not in the slightest degree egotistic, or we should be tempted to say 'the above stands approved, as correct in every particular.' . The very least we can say, truthfully, is, that the expression of an opinion so favorable, by a gentleman possessing-Mr. Forney's well known abilities, greatly increases the pride we feel in his acquaintance. Mr. Forney will please consider our chapeau as elevated.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

We are reminded ofthe truth of prophesy" when we remember the fact that during the campaign, Republican writers and speakers, told the people that the election of Grant would restore order, ensure peace, and bring about the suppression of Ku-Klux outrages. Now that his election is a fact'accomplished, we see in all sections where a short time ago, confusion, and mnrder, prevailed, with geneialruinin prospect, we say that now we can see evidences of returning reason; while in the meantime our faith in Republican prophecies increases.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

Some of the drill sergeants of th™ Democracy, parade their admiration for the Republican ticket, by, advising that the entire electoral college vote for it- This proposition was intended to appear magnanimous, and we were all expected to feel very grateful on account of it. And yet we don't. Still our wickedness •in' this particular, is ceriainly less heinous than it must have been, had the Democracy been able to muster a. respectable show of States. The fact is, the States they got, could not defeat our, ticket. Nor will they benefit it. In this, we see the intensity of their love for us.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

The term of nineteen Senators of the United States will expire on the 4th of next March. These are Conness, of California ; Dixon, of Conneticut; Hendricks, of Indiana; Mor rel, of Maine ; Sumner, of Massachusetts ; White, of Maryland ; (sue cesser of Johnson): Chandler, of Michigan ; Ramsey, of Minnesota ; Henderson, of Missouri; Steward, of Nevada; Frelinghuysan, of New Jersey; Morgan, of New York ; Wade, of Ohio ; Buckalew, of Pennsylvania ; Sprague, of Rhode Island Patterson, of Tennesee; Edmunds, of Vermont; Van Winkle, of West Virginia, and Doolittle, of Wisconsin So for as vacancies have;been already filled, or State elections held, the Republicans have lost Wade of Ohio who is to be succeeded by Thurman while the Democrats have lost Dixon of Conneticut; Buckalew, of Pennsylvania ; Hendricks, of Indiana ; and Patterson, of Tennessee. Four o one, so far, will do. Doolittle, of Wisconsin, is certain to be succeded by a Republican, while it is possible, but not probable, tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

PEJfiSSYI.VAXlA 1ST THE CABUTET. sincethe excitement ofthe election has passed away, the quid nuncs are speculating freely about the cabinet ofthe nextadministration. We have seen quite a number of slates ready made and nicely-labled for Grant's acceptance, but whether he will intrust this troublesome little job to those who so kindly volenteer their services and select from the liberal assortment, made not exactly to order but for the trade, is yet to be seen. It has been suggested by some that the cabinet should be chosen from that class of persons who are above politics. We don't understand exactly what this means, but as it comes chiefly from those who opposed Grant's election, it would be safe to reject it. The man who was above particpating in politics in the late crisis through which the country has safely passed, can scarcely have the proper appreciation ofthe issues of the contest to fit him for one of the 1 resident's aids and advisers in the administration 0f the gove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

A IfEW RECilSTKT J,AW The Legislature is Republican bv a very handsome majority. If it does its duty as an honest, faithful body, much oi the private legislation which ocupied the time of past legislatures ofthe late years will be discountenanced. As a rule it is unwise and often h artful, what is done should be solely with view to the best interests of the peorJe, J&oi the Rebublican parJajHttthe Democratic paity, buia«EH»e. Such a measo^yfiHEfflMSMK The e^P^^WE^MM^BStion only JinpMgngHSpmtion of honest W &^S&mgp&^ty- Frauds doubt-H»HHpPrbeen perpetrated at elec-RHipancl always will be so long as Ifien are found dishonest enough to see no end in them beyond the success of their candidates. But every measure which makes it nearer impossible to cast fraudulent votes should be adopted by our Legislature, if it does not encumber or prevent the free exercise ofthe elective franchise by those who have the right to exercise it. Of course every, attempt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

Paymastkk-Genkral's Report.— Now, that the elections are over, the Paymaster-General's Report has been filed in the War Department, and we are enabled to get at some important facts regarding the expense pf the Freedman's Bureau, which has been used and abused so extensively by the pro-rebel party during the political canvass. It shows that his disbursements amounted to §00,670,000, of which §18,270,700 went to service, §2,199,000 to troops mustered out, and the remainder for bounties, back pay colored claimants, and heirs of deceased soldiers. It also shows that the whole expenditure for reconstruction purposes in the South up to the third of last month, was but §2,261,415, and that he has still on hand, out of Congres sional appropriations, $467,G2G, which he believes is enough to pay all future expenses incurred in this work. It will be seen that the actual expense thus stated by an officer who is no friend to Congressional policy, is less than half it was asserted by Seymour...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

' -».-«-»5 -»- .*-*-• 9 -a. jLtijLX TSfHW ADVERTISEMENTS. : TTAT FOR SALE. a H y ' F jBsssPCSBi e. Enquire of ; BOND VALENTINE .

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