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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

MISCELLANEO US. TTARNESS, SADDLE, AND SADDLES of every description on hand and made t* or der on short notice. > BRIDLES of every pattern and mounted according to taste. COLLARS c , to suit in every particular, and of the very best make. DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS manufactured to order in extra faney and ordinary styles, and rigged with the best material in the line-of silver-plated or common mountings. Cart, Carriage, and every other description of Whips always on hand, and of superior manufacture. Thankful to the publicfor tho liberal patronage heretofore extended to him, he solicits a continuance of the same, which ho will endeavor to merit by giving entire satisfaction. .June 19,'0S-]y. ' " rpHE BELLEFONTE BOOT AND SHOE STORE, GRAHAM & SON Manufacturers of, and Dealers in GENT'S FRENCH CALF,AND CONGRESS BOOTS AND SHOES. ^ Having added largely to our former stock we can assure the community that we hiivoi'now the best selection in Central Pennsylvania, of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

Uor frg atjir BtUctims ETTIE. BY 31UE1.L B. DAVIS BIpplo on life's changing ocean, Fleck of foam upon its tide, Lovely as a ray of sunshine, Gem of beauty then dost rider' Star of evening, twinkling, beaming, Mildly shedding radiant light; Sunbeam of the early morning, Fair and eharming, gentle, bright. May life's wintry blasts but kindly Kiss thy cheek so pure and fare,' Hay Heaven's choicest, richest blessings Be thy portion everywhere. PRIVATE HABITS OF HORACE GREELEY-? BT HARK TWAIN, OF THE TBIBUHK' STAFF

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

hotels! : "brockerhoff house. IIOUSEAL & KROM, Proprietors. BBLLEroilTS:, PA. This Hotel is one of tho most extensive In Central Pennsylvania. flUMMINGS HOUSE. W. RIKARD, Proprietor. BRLLBFONTK, TA. The Bar is well stocked with choice Winct and Liquors. Mr. Greeley gets up at tliree o'clock in the morning ; for it is one of his favorite maxims that only early rising can keep the health unimpaired and the brain vigorous. He then wakes up all the household and assembles them in the library; by candle light, and, after 'quoting. thS beautiful lines:. '¦--.....- -/ "Early to bed and early to rise,. Make a man healthy, wealthy, and wise," , lie appoints each individual's task for the day, sets him at it with encouraging words, and goes back to bed again. I mention here, in no fault-finding spirit, but with the deference' justly duo a inan who is yf&RD house. ; . At Intersection of tho Bald Eagle Valley and Clearfield Bail ltoads with the Pennsylvania Central- J. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

TBQE ttEGBO PRIEST. A TBUE STOBY. While Dr. England, Bishop of Charleston,'was on a visit to his native city, Cork, he became acquainted with an' exceedingly intelligent negro, an Irishman by birth. After a few interviews with the youn" man, he conceived the idea of educating him for the priesthood, believing that he wpuld be servicable iri that, capacity among, the negroes in South Carolina, many of whom were Catholics.r Consequently he sent him to France to prepare for holy orders. After spending several years in the seminaries, having completed lis studies, the young man came to Charlestown,and the Bishop ordained him, gave him faculties, and sent him on the mission among his brethren, but, strange to say, they received him very coldly, and gave him to understand that they did not want hinij that! they preferred white shep herds. This greatly discouraged him, but he labored earnestly for a time,-till finding he could do no good, lie resolved to leave them and go: to Europ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

Last week a foundling was left on a door step in Westville, Conn., and now, the parents having been married they want back the baby. The kindly gentleman who took it in says they may have it for $150. WHERE AND HOW THE ELECTORS FOR PRESIDENT VOTE—THE ELECTION OF PBESIDEHT IN 1828-9. ' On-the first Wednesday of December; the Presidential Electors irfthe different States will meet in their respective capitals 'andjvote by ballot for President' and Vice-President. Two lists of the1; number of votes given and of the persons voted for,-miist be; carefully made out, one of which must, by special messenger, be transmitted -sealed.to.!the. .President of the^Senate at Washington. On the second ^Wednesday iri February, the Senate and Houseof Bepreseritative meet In joint convention, arid-, the President of the Senate opens all .the certificates, counts and proclaims, the vote in the respective, States,; and; who is chosen President, and Vice President of the United' States- ..'*.'• . " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

The Portland Press tells of ahoy whose distended pocket caught the attention of the maternal relative, who suggested an examnation of the continents, which were found to be as follows: A top, a button, a round piece of tin, a ribbon, a piece of leather, a piece of a garter, two long rags, a string, several cotton wool wads, a jack knife, ° a vote on the constitutional amendment, a glove, a Sunday school verse, five marbles, a large gimlet, ten horse chestnuts—two partly manufactured— a sewing machine prospectus, several peices of paper, a tenpenny nail, one shingle nail, slate pencil, piece of wood, small wheel, tin cylinder, fom nickel cents, walnut basket and a table bell body. _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

John Slidell, it is reported, has taken steps toward the recovery of his once large property in New Orleans, and has executed a power of attorney to two agents in that city, which was witnessed before our min. ister, General Dix, in Haris. ?- -•—4S>-.*—* A woman in Manchester, N. H., recent ly left her husband, and was married to another man. The legal husband meeting husband No. 2 one day, said : "Come, take a little something. I 'owe you one' for taking iny old woman off my hands." They imbibed, and husband No. 1 thinks he has made a good, trade.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

Home and Foreign Items I : Miscellaneous. John Wilder, of Baltimore, on Thur sday last, killed himself by blowing out the gas in his room. Eight boys were poisoned a week ago at Suncook, N. H., from eating Indian artichoks. Two have since died. ; The Alabama claims are to be adjusted by £. commission, which is to sit in Washington. This is regarded as a'-commission to our side. 7 ¦ The. latest news from Madrid is to the effect that Gen. Prim is in favor of offering the crown to the Prince of Austria, and making himself regent. . The mayor of Alton, HI:,, has discharged the whole night police force- of that city they having been found guilty of blackmail ing, drunkenness; etc; A church' fair, iri Augustus, Georgia, was enlivened by a knife and 'pistol fight between the friends, of two lady- candidates for the prize piano. In the small village of Holyoko, Mass., since last'June, the lives of thirteen persons liavo been lost accidentally or taken with murderous intent. . 1 :Two...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

Fae«tlse. Who is the first man mentioned in the Bible? Chap. 1. • • When does a candle resemble a tomb stone ? When it is set up for a late husband. It is said that just as the twig is bent the tree is inclined. Some young ladies will grow queerly if the Grecian Bend prevails long. — A prisoner was examined in court, and contradicted himself. "Why do you lie so, haven't you a lawer es^aged ? » asked the judge. The New York Sun says, "What with one Johnson abroad and one Johnson at home, the United States has too many Johnsons by two to-day." A white boy met a colored lad, the otluv day, and asked him what he had such short nose for. "Ispecks so it won't poku itself into other people's business." If the May Flower had landed at Plymouth Church instead of Plymouth Rock, what would have, been the proper command for the captain to give? Beach-hir of course. A correspondent, disgusted no doubt with the vote of New York City,says thin : What watering-places are open during t)i>...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

A POLITIOAI. AXD STEWS JOUBNAL, 8fte §*Utf(mfe ptfot.nl, A POLITIOAI. AXD STEWS JOUBNAL, TERMS:—Two Dollars per year, invariably in advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING. TRANSIENT ADVERTISING, 20 Cents per line for Four insertions, or less. 5 Cents per line for each Additional Insertion. »-«•» STANDING ADVERTISING. } i££F'o?HEEE MONTHS, . $ 3.00 X INCH SIX MONTHS, . . . . 5.00 1 INCH TWELVE MONTHS, . 10.00 Special rates for larger space. Address "NATIOITAL," Bellefonte, Pa. R. A. Kixsloe, -E- H. Kinslok. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, K. A. * E. H. KI9H-XOE, Pro's, TIIADDEUS P. STEPHENS, Editor. ISELLEFOXTB, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

Til NATIONAL FRIDAY Morning. tpECj-.^ "° "~~ jrbiacB.j| >> ^ i :5;j 0« and af&MvWJ$?^Q>'aWW »er will be iss^id from this office, unites the subscription price <S2,00 per annum) be paiam advance, No deviation from this mevillbemade. We hope that parties lcW™g.{fa™e>m ^r^?0^?0me sJit^JMvaWpmjnp. . ««M» $r -_" ^ifT of our subscribers rcceh-^&Mi,apap^V ^d X- i°ilt Z^rtUhatmS^ofAUY^scrip 7- in this iournal icill expire in two weeks ZyaSofcont^ng ,ill remits .^,n,<.thesubscription,pricc. , ,. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

—j5iT'!WOKK. Ji is apeded that parties ordering job JkuLUeprepare** settle their tolls olX^ry -^orl, Attheprices rumnow v,tth us the profit is small being Santly below any other <#ce«i thwec-ZTof He Stale. Catii fe, demanded, for ^Xaw^tmal^ and ^oe cannot do S v=ill insult ^ convenience by acta* I, • i,mt ¦ WcdoVtfeel particularly ^ ^^^ ^ ";;tVt^i'-i»--^o^,u --cre*iorsreut7,ri-)lff;WIVo'Ca-.v«r <7«s WW which .are Caesar's. ; " .. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

The original poetry contributed by "Alctbc" was received tbplate for an appearance-in this issue. It will be "iven in our next.- , Om Weiinsday ,last the electors of Pennsylvania met at Barrisburg to cast the electoral vote of the State for Gen. Grant- Their vote will be sealed and transmitted to the President of the Senate.' " Those of our readers who. have been pleased to- sing of the beauties of a hard currency, seem to ' forget that the object of their wishes is almost continually whliiti'their grasp ; since a .great deal of the fractional cm; ronoy "afloat at present is such "hard" looking stuff;'-as should;satisfy its most extravagant admirers. The attention ofall parties interested is'called to the factthatto-morrow cveriiiig is the tiriie fixed upon, for completing the reading roorn- or"anizaTibu',!' This room will hereafter be known as the Republican Reading Room;, but will be open 'to-all. Good healthy reading matter will always be ulWndant, and alt- men, 'without rc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

So2tE; serious .talk, is indulged in by i1ib> indues*--men-", of New York, coneerningthepropriety of separating by 'Legislation the State of New York, from New York city,, in the hope that by .such means the city will be prevented from' over-balancing by its well known process of. vb ting early and often, the fair and square mnj'oriti&s' of the State, ,. If this be done, we-, would beg leave to suggest.as an appropriate name for the city government, the- State of anarchy.-» ¦== THE H03J. KEVERDY JOIMTSOSf. Ti inspirit of flnhkeyism, by which the American') eople ltBve too often distinguished themselves, has,, it seems, not entirely died.out. When the appointment of the Hon. Reverdy Johnson, o'f Maryland, as Minister to England, was confirmed by the Senate, it was thought by men of all parties, that his deservedly, great reputation as a lawyer, and.his long experience in statesmanship, would prove a sufficient.gnarautccf for1 the faithful and able representation of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

¦ Coal.—The Tiliiier's Journal/furnishes us with-the following facts jn relation to the Anthracit ejCoal Trade which we publish asa matter of interest! to our readers, taking' in consideration the late advance in coal: - "The season' is. rapidly drawing "to'a close by the. canals, and the "demand' is slacking off. at present, "owing to the extreme high prices, "caused by the Scranton. Auction "Sales of Oct. 28, in New York, "which'w'as the result of speculation "op the part of those who had. .coal "to'receive, from', ttie Scranton Cprn"pany,.. purchasing at lower rates. "Prices are now receding, and there "will probably, be another contest iri "December,.b'efore wages can be re"duced to meet the reductions on "coal. It seems strange to us ..that "the Scranton Company should have "had so large' a quantity of coal to ¦ 'deliver on their sales previous" to "to the sale in October as was represented. * * * ****** • * *.-* "Under these circumstances, we "cannot understand why they sh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

It is well known to our readers that the President of Dickenson Sem inaryhas brought suit against the editor of the rebel organ in this place for publishing a most, unwarrantable and uncalled for article in defamation of that institution, some w^eks since. No sensible man. will presume-to say that Dr. Mitchell has not doiie exactly right in- defending its unimpeachable reputation. The suit wits to have been tried at the present sitting of court here. . Dr. Mitchell with several witnesses, among them Benjamin B. Hamlin D. D., a director of the Seminary, were in consequence in attendance at court last week. The foot of Rev. Mr. Hamlin being snbprentied as a witness, was the instigation of another contemptible sling at thit gentleman. While we do not censure that or<ran for its' wholesale political personal abuse, we do think that the liberty of the press is certainly abused in thus berating a gentleman and a christian, whe has long been known to our citizens as a zealous an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

UuiUHlsoAiiDs.—1 lie law requires guide boards to be placed at the forks of every road, and it is the duty of constables to report to the Court cases where the law has not been complied with. When speaking of the law, a contemporary says it is a useful provision, and beneficial to all classes of people. Nothing is more unpleasant than not to know which of two roads tojtake, especially when a long distance from A place where inquires can be made. Many townships of this county, are entirely deECwnt iu this respect. We would respectfully ea.ll the attention of road Supervisors toihe siihjaet. Philadelphia, Dec. 1.1868 Deak Sie : The death of one of- our^ firrn>occasibns changes^ in bur business, which will necessitate our immediately taking- account of stocky and thedisposal of-onrientire supply of Fall and Winter Clothing. Of this immense quantity of ready-made goods,—the largest, most varied and cheapest ever offered to: the,public, you have'1 already ;spoben tb"your rea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

UNCLASSIFIED & NEW ADS, qpHE CHURCH UNION, tl^Uis paperhiis been recently enlarged' to mammoth proportions. It is tuk ^ laiigiist it ligioc? vxvub. is the world, 'is tlie leading organ of the union jcovemont,'and'opposes ritualism,1 close communion, excl,usivenesa-, au<l cluirqu caste. It is the only paper tSat publishes IIksby WAkd Bkecher's Sermons, whrch it does every week, just as tlyjy are delivered,— without .qualification or correction. Tjy him..It advocate universal suffrage, a union of-christians at the polls; aud the rights of labor. It has, the best Agricultural -Department of any' paper in tha world.'; publishes stories for.the family, and for the destruction of social evils. Its editorial management is impersonal; its writers and editors are from every branch of the church, and from every grade Of society. It has been aptly termed the freest organ of "thought iii tlie world. Such apaper, offering premiums of .Sewing Machine.=,t>icrionaries', ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

OK#HA.NS' COURT.SALE.-' ¦ •:.-. :'J vl; By virtue: .-of-an : order* issued out of; fh,e. Orphans'' Court of Centre. Cothere will be exposed'to sale By public foutcry, in the'toirniof^Milheim,-onfr::' '-• ¦ •* '-"•' ¦ Saturday, Dec ^ 49—^1 o'Clocfc, p. m., ISCSj thcToIlowing dcac-ribed., ... REAX: ;:E||Ipl late the estate of: Daniel JMusserj late of Penn township, deceased, to wit: . t , ¦ ¦..-. |... - ¦ ¦ No. 1.—A' lot"J or piece of gro'u n'd "marked on. the plot or plan of building lota'laid' '6utr along the turiipilio.road,U-ading:from Milheini; fo Nittany Valley, ini|the ioiv.nship of.Peniy iri the county'of Centre, anil marked Kb. 9," and ; bounded ;; n!s To'llowsV "Beginning'at a"' stone, thence alongiihei j turnpike road- north 15 degrees vvestt 1-2 perches to a stone,thcnce along lot No. 10,.south 75 deGrees, .west. 10 -perches to a stonev'thence'alohg an alley'sbutn 15 degrees, east 3 1-2 perches to a stone,1 thonoe.along.au. alley north ,7$.-3-;4' : degrees, east 10 perch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. : By virtue of an order issued, out of the' Orphans!. Court, in' and for the' County of Centre, there will bo exposed to sale, by public outcry, on ,the premises,.,in Potter township, oh ... SATUitDM.DECiOH o'CIoick P. JI;j. tlie following described - m <¦¦• REA-L'-ESTATE; The property of jMic]iaeJj Mayes,,lata of Potter township, deceased, to wit: . ' A certain mOSEua'gc- and tract of land'.situl' atcdiin said township, bounded and'{described aSjifollows,toj.wit; OnlthsKoatlvby. land of David Shirejj.pn {ho. sonthiyest by lands-,,of Michael Decker, ond'on'tlienprthwest by the road leading fibm the''tnrnpiE'6 to George's Va. ]ey,.co'ntaming two acres,.<mortoior less; having thereon ereeteola, gpod, twpj. storied •" v, ¦ frame " dwelling, house, with JusS|l^-'*l, other necessary''out-builuingY. fflpwSs^t ...TEBSisror salb-Onethird j^fJlPlffiWl)(^..of the purchase mqney.on tbe confirmation, of sale;, one-third thercpfin one year thereafter, and one...

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