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

The lasH |!^^| Success jl^^^U jHflJTO^Ig HAlRDRESSlfKs JVew^!* wefioifte will ciuictl7 restore Gray IJair to its natural color and beauty, : Snd produce-luxuriant growth. It« perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those, who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore fc The beautiful glow an,d perfiime imparted to the Hair mafcejt'desirable ¦ ^ ,.',,. for old and young,;•'; ' „\ For Sale by sit Orqgglata. , - | >EP0T, 198 GBEEtfWICH ST.j Jr.- T. ^fiO^ollis.

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

Febi21/6S-ly.y.!;; ^--.- -,;:•., .- tnu •),.., MISCEI^AiyEOTJSv- pRODUCi' OPAH^ros X _and good quality, wanted at the'biahes! market prices at the eheap stoTe ia BellinVnte ' ¦ * ¦ feTBRN-^-RpQ .,; j \ \ 7 HE AT.-T!ie undersifrned wish ¦»•» to inform tho farmers of cZT™ tj that the, will pay .hoTghest ^e °t "X in cash for all kinds ofBt0in matset Prlco Aug.l«. ZIMMERJIAS BROS. A CO- (tE oKle .Men's ¦dress ties, Ac., very low at" ^""ars, Aoekmar2 '.' A. SXERNBERS'S.

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

628 HOOP SKIRTS 628 CORSETS, CORSETS, CORSETS." ' ' ,. WM; T. HOPEINS '; NO 628 ARCH STREET, PIIILADEMUIA Manufacturer of the celebrated "f!ir4\t PI0S" Hoop Skirts for La<lies,V=e7 and Children. The largest assortment, Std'bort quality and styles,..i„. the American Market tlVL^ ^oM Sty -thBm' "t^y recoml mend themselves by wearing loncer retn.in .nS their shape much better, bring'.K; and more elastic than.. alt othon-warrMta* rn every respect, and sold at very Iow„ri..«. Ask for Hopkins' ''Champion" Skirt! PC Superior Ha'nd-madu \V"hnl«v.„ n in Fifteen diSerent grades 7nt din" the«^3 ^^ •"•ir^^Vaffi-tei euraieu kronen c^ , tfovtn Cors'fifo ¦" - ° shapes and quality, ten differenf! ,Sa ^rrwr $1.10 to $5.50.- -They ,„,Z * .srades'f™«> gbods for the. .prices, ever W S| ?d ^ Trade supplied &th .1„op V sk ^ ?«"f- IW at the Lowest rates. Tho,« I- •» nd ,Corscl3 should not fail to eall 'M?!r!"!tW ? :,,w tUy and vriees. as wo defy ! ,, ^m»fe:eur.goods * *,lccnjp«ti...

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

C.BT-FR? beKg5QmT" f^S^^^^BACCb & SEGARS OF. THE FKEST Bl{Am s. Store in the COKRAD HOUSE, Eellc; fonte, Pa. Vec. i-j,'m-iy.

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

; LETTTS. RAISE GOOD STOCK; "Why is it that on soyrnany.ofthe^ farms throughout the :c6imtry,'.far.msj of which no person need be ashamed j and which in most every particular] except this one, show the. unques-i tionablesign of good farmimg, the) stock'exhibits the unmistakeable evi-! dence of neglect and inattention inj breeding? There is no doubt that it is generally the result of carelessness,! or that it arisesjii'om ..the mistaken idea often entertained • by farmers, that "it will not pay!' to devote more! attention and expense.'to this branch j of their business. - ¦¦•.-..: \. ¦..¦.. ...:¦ How very much mistaken are those j who indulge in this idea, for- that; jti will cost no"moretO'ke'ep"a"^ell'.bjS animal than one of an-ioierior quality is an undisputed'iact' . 'a'nay. v^iyVoften it is the case that-thathreed- of1 animals which is.'.particularly, distinguished for some • excellenfcjuality, consume less than..those-.which3 are their decided infeiiors. Honce it follows''f...

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

MISCE&LANEQU&, '¦'f.: ;';.!^:-^:;^(vri;^;-':u-v-;-;: vJ, - - -."V } i I."'.-' .j " -''.,.:' '*'¦'. ¦ •': • t " -n ^EATES^/.'lHLLER,:; Wh.pl e s ale D nrggi s ts; . '•No. 224 'NV.Third Street, Corner i>f Branch,' -pmLADELPiriA ^ . 'I; ,. ¦ Dealers iii Driigs, ObenSicals.,Paints,:.0ils( ' . Glass Varn'fshcs.'Dye Stuffs, Perfufnery,-Sjfic-;' ::¦: es,:Patent Medicines/Jfco.,<t-c:,jil'c.'' •KF*We ffiidrdnte'e all; our .goods' piife ahtl genuine, and at'tlie lowest marketrates.^n July 31,'liS.Iyt, .";' .... ,-, ... - ' i—r^—-;—; — :',.-¦ !! !'L j, . '•! ¦ ¦!•'• •"' .' '¦¦"''¦: '¦ ¦ '¦ "'' ' ' ¦ iii' ,;. . ¦ ¦'• '•¦' '• ¦ ¦ •• ' ' '•'• -' - ' '";". l'-..-.i! :-|- : : ! .:•:!•:-:. -il'" '; " ¦ . '.' -' ¦"¦ " ' )•%-..-ii -.-.!!: in ,:. -.tl.-.l., ! i:., : >¦ ¦'.>:.-•;-¦'• -¦ -;'( ;\ i ri: ,i: j::tiV.":,:i i--.-=ii- ..-••;-¦•. •¦;> ' ¦' ;....--. .':•¦.! . ' •.¦!>:. ::..--:.•)': :"'¦>¦ f. ' r.,.,;'.¦:-¦ ,;,.,-l.:l l :-....

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

.|7,;a 77:n7f 'TdBST COODSl !--'.."..'«iii I ,- ¦ ¦¦'¦¦'' ¦ -f '--' <i. ;~'.lfw-i.i'' :..:' ''..'¦' ¦ i '!new .j3QODs,!j;-?;;'y fi- 'yy„ :^ ;.]0w:Wito$ttA>:^^ .'•^¦¦«;!' •-.('..:-,vi:.f .'.:il!.-> /•.•!.-> ':' ¦ :-::''l ¦'¦'•'I -¦'¦'¦] ., ...; '. .„ ¦ .-.¦.;:.'/.' -. : J./- '¦;. ,!ii-i-..' ,A'A:L'f ji.'vrv'. ..,,.' .../•:; ,'Atthe:storebi|'" tii,.A' .js \ O r' X i.i.j:.<!'0£L~±:< .GE^pfl,; PISER'^ NO. 6j -MtOCKERHOFF lXOVf .:-,.'. .;:¦.:: , ^C.-6»''?K0CKl!lR'H.OFP ROW .-.l ':i' l-.'l' -..-ill " -.- i'-i . . ' ; __ ^ I iNSXT; DOOR TO'JPOST OFFICE, '" - ; ! N.BXI..D00R TO POST "OFFICE/"' : ' \ \ \ IWUoroaftcshsupiily'of „..- I ':::,.:' ¦ -i: ¦' i.-iiir.i.f l-ni: ¦ >:.¦;¦.-ft'.::: :;: - i" , ,;.,, ;.., . ';; .-,;,,,[ •,:;,,-/ - ,. ::,: -...,.- , i. ;;:.: i | .!;:¦;:• ..!' •• ',!'V -::l! •:,: "t . .. '-;: ¦ 0'A. I ' J'FA]Jii'': AND'! Wffll1 EK,' ^l:-«:'l" ;o '" -^ ¦•' !l.'..-,:-..;• I'--: ¦:•:- ¦ ¦ ¦ - ' ¦¦¦ ¦:>"¦•¦ ¦''...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

: T>jmECTQ&. B. E.V- R.-R,'—Gfio.^e; Wilkixs, Sup't Westward from Bellefonte. Mail.. 4.2? r a Accommodation,; 6.00 A w Through Freight 8.42 A M at Milesburg Eastward from Bellefonte. Mail i:: 10.28 AM Acommodation...... 5.55 p m Freight and accom .-5.55.P at at Milesburg B. & S. S. R. R—Daniel Rhoads, Sup't. Pass'r, leave.. .7.45 a m I Pass'r' arr... .9.50 a m Pass'r,: ", g.30 p m | Pass'r arr 5.05 p m P. R..R. CONNECTIONS ATTVRONE. Phila. Exp....7.51 am) Day Exp"....7.54 a m Emigrant 2.15pm|Mail Train..3.00p in Mail Train.. „C44 pml Cin. Exp 5.11pm H. & Alt. Ac. .8.35 a m | Pliila. Exp. .10.27 p m MIBFLIN & CENTRE CO. BRANCH R. If. NORTHWARD. No. 1, leaves Lcwistown at 7.20 a in., and arrives in Milroy S.15 a m. No. 2, leaves Penn'a R. R. U.lo a m., arrives: at Milroy 12.15 p. m. No. 3, leaves Penn'a R E. 4.05 p. m., arrives at Milroy 5.00 ' SOUTHWARD. .No. 1, leaves Milroy S.-10 a m., and arrives at Penn'a. R R S.40 am. . No.-2, leave...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MISCELJOA.NEO US. TTARNESS, SADDLE,. -AND BRIDLE MANUFACTORY, BY; J. H-uMcCLHIlE, New Building, Bishop Street, ;--rY"V *¦ ¦ ¦ '$". ¦ *"* XT'* -i-i ¦:¦(.-¦ ¦ ¦; /B EfiEEp1 d.N.TE,\ fPE-^lf%.:; Mr. McClure having now permanently located himself in-the new building erected for the purpose,/ in. Bishop street, .very respeetfuHy and cordially invites ;, j f;| ;a.LL ;nis old customers; and the public in general, where he is prepared to serve them with any article desirable in his line, manufactured FROM THE BESTjSTOCKs at reasonable rates, andt satisfaction 'guaran.-: teed in every instance. SADDLES. of every-descriaiion on. hand and made In order on-short notice. '•; t .;. \: *vr-- ^ I -" . ' ' £,.' ijBRmLEL^ \ ;.. of every pattern .and mounted -according to taste. COLLARS . *'< -is '? ; '.'"' ; ;.' '".';' ' . "''; ' - '••¦ ; to suit in cji-ery particular, and of the very best make;' ' : '"¦ ' • " • '; - ... DOUBLE AISTD SINGLE HARNESS manufactured to order in extra fanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

TIME TABLE. P HILADELPHIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD. WINTER TIME TABLE. THROUGH AND DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, IIARRISBURG, WILLIAMSPORT, TO THE NORTHWEST, ANn THE GREAT OIL REGION OF PENNSYLVANIA. Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Night . - Trains. On and after MONDAY, Nor. 23rd, 1S6S, the Trains on the Philadelphia A Erie Rail Road will run as follows.* Westward. Mail Train loaves Philadelphia,....10.50 p. m. " " " Lock Haven, 9.31 a. in. " '• arr. at Erie , 9.50 p.m. Erie Exp'ss leaves Philadelphia....11.50 noon. " " " Lock Haven,.... 9.55 p. m. " " arr. at Erie 10.SO a. m. ElmiraMail leaves Philadelphia..... 8.00 a. m. " " arr. at Lock Haven 7.45 p. m. Eastward. Mnil Train leaves Erie 10.50 a. m. " " " Lock Haven 11.21 p. m. " • " arr. at Philadelphia...:..10.00 a. m. Erie Express leaves Erie 6.25 p. m. " " " Lock Haven.... 6.10 a. m. " " " arrat Philadelphia 420 am . ... . . . Mail and Express connect with Oil Creek and Allegheny River Rail -Road. Bagga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

aEORGE A. LOSE'S NEW LIVERT STABLf. An entirely new stock of Horses, Carriages, Buggies, *c, for hire. Private families furnished with safe horses and good carriages. The stock is entirely new and the best in Bellefonte. Inquire either at the Brockerhoif House or at the stable. 8Utf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. TTTILLIAMSPORT COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Duly Chartered and Organized by the Legislature to grant Diplomas to its Graduates. THIS INSTITUTION, but recently started, was welcomed at its outset, by a mor« liberal patronage than that which has been accorded any other Commercial College in the country. J • ADVANTAGES. !" Beauly, ,Health, and Business Importance of location. ¦It is readily accessible from all parts by Railroad. Its course of Instruction is full, thorough, and pre-eminently practical. Boarding CHEAPER than at any other similar Institution. For terms, specimens of business and Ornamental penmanship, samples of money used in College Bank, Ac., call at the Office, or address --\ J. p. DAVIS. WlXLIAMSPORT, Pa. - Aug. 2/67-It, STERNBERG & BRANDEIS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL-DEALERS IN CLOTHIN G, - DRY GOODS, OLL CLOTHS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, GROCERIES, &C„ &C. CHEAPER THAN EVER! Their goeds hare been...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

ojcfrjg mtH isfeittmiis THE VILLAGE SEWING-CIRCLE. nY. CHRtSTINE H. CABPENTEB. ; ' A drowsy summer afternoon hung over the dainty little -villaee of Maysyille, nestling among the green Connecticut1 hills:' The leaves of the clustering vines framing the pretty white cottages just "stirred in the sunshine, while even, the bees and butterflies crept .to shelter in the hearts of the great red and" white Tosesj-faintly nodding to some occasional zephyr as it languished by. From the open windows of Widow-May's "best room" .a hum, of voices 'stole out upon the scented air, and w4thin, more than / a;.scqre of "busy-'-.Iiands\ fashioned divers fabrics intofairshapeliness. It was the weekly sewing-circle:of the Maysvillechurch, for which a fair was in; prospect, a fact that formed the secret pf this feminine conclave. Who ever saw a sewing-circlft without its little titbits of gossip'? This was no exception to the rule. -Presently a cheery face looked up from, its owner's, glancing need...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

THE HEWSBOTS OP HCT? YORK. The industry and activity of the Newshoys of New York by no means goes unrewarded. Though their earnings vary a good deal, they haying their good and bad days like, the rest of the world, they can generally realize from 50 cents to $3 a day, according to their age, activity, and capital. On the arrival of important news, however, when what are called "extras" are issued, some of them make considerable sums.— During the late elections in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Indiana, when dispatches were constantly arriving till a very latehour,one boy sold 560-papers-between 11 and 121-2 : o'clock at night, realizing $11 net profit in one hour and a half; his mate sold 540 in the same time. * These same boys, each about 15 years of age, sell 2,090 papers between- them when the telegraph announced the capture of Jefferson Davis ; and, on the evening that Mr. Lincoln was assassinated, .they sold the enormous number of 2,400. His last batch of papers disposed of the news...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

Association uetwken the sexes. —What makes those men who associate habitualy with women superior to others ? What makes that woman who is accustomed to and at ease in the company of men superior to her sex in general ? Solely because she is in the. habit of a free, graceful and continual conversation with the other sex. Women in ihis way lose their frivolity, the faculties awaken, their delicacies and peculiarities unfold all. their beauty and captivation in the spirit of intellectual rivalry. And the men lose their pedantic, rude, declamatory, or sullen manner. The coin of the understanding and the heart is interchanged continually. Their asperities are rubbed off; their belter materials polished and brightened, and their richness, like fine gold, is wrought into finer workmanship, by the figure of woman, than it ever could ha by those of men. The iron and eteel of our char*cta are laid aside, like the harshness of • warrior in the time of peace end security.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

—^m^—mBfaoalBJggloaiai I A GHOST STORY. We do not generally give much credence to ghost stories—but the following which we find in the Lynchburg JVeit-.v appears so intrinsically reasonable in view of the wretch that would swindle an editor, that we cannot for a moment doubt its truth. "Thcstory," says the Neios," dedicated in an especial manner to all newspaper readers." That apparitions do not always wander, without sufficient cause is proved by the well attested fact which we give below : "Last Tuesday night, as Mrs. , a lady of taste and studious habits, sat reading in her drawing-room, the clock on the mantle-piece struck twelve. As the-last stroke reverberated through tho apartment, the door was flung wide open. In the act of raising her head to repel the intrusion (mining for) of her servant, her eyes rested on the form of her late husband. She screamed and fell senseless on the carpet. This brought up such members of the family as had not retired to rest. Restorative...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

The following story may serve to illustrate the assertion that Russians arc absolutely incapable of understanding or appreciating a joke: An English gentleman was relating to a Russian friend that he had once seen on a country road a pest with this inscription: "This road leads to the town;.all persons who cannot read this may apply to the blacksmith." To the great anguish of the narrator his friend remained perfectly composed, and thanked him for his story with a studied politeness which showed that he had not understood it in the least. But the next morning the Russian burst into his room in convulsions of laughter, exclaiming, "My friend, I do understand it now! Fool that I was not to think of it! As if the blacksmith might not be away from home!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

In his late speech at Carlisle, Ohio, Mr Stanton said: "I have been told by thosi visited their friends in Em-ope, shortlv after the close of the war, thaf in every household, in every place, by every fireside, there hung tl£ portrait, more or' less rude, of Abraham Lincoln." Mr. Lincoln's portrait is found in Asia, as well as in Europe—and in parts of Asia where Americans are rarely seen. Mr. Thomas W. Knox, in his journey through Siberia, two years ago, frequently saw portraits of our martyred President hanging on the walls of the wayside stations%nd in the hands of the wealthy citizens. At Eyaterluburgiu the Ural Mountains, he was shown a bu.-,;. of Mr. Lincohi, that was being made to the order ef a wealthy Russian. The bust wa; five or six inches in height, and cut \.\ topaz, from a model procured from America for. the purpose.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

The Red Sea.—The Red Sea is to be the hottest placc^n the world. The atmosphere for about sixty miles on that sea is steamy and sticky. Everything in the shape iron or steel about a ship takes on a coat of rust, During the siuumer month no one travels on the Red Sea unless compelled by business or military orders to do so. In the winter and spring, the passage is delightful. Yet navigation in that body of water is always attended with many dangers. The Red Sea is long and narrow with sunken rocks and projecting reefs; and counter winds prevail, which produce dangerous currents. There are three light-houses in the sea, which must be kept by salamander-like men since the thermometer runs up to one hundred and twenty degrees in July and approaches ninety in early spring.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

Home and Foreign Items. Miscellaneous. Frank Blair is in St. Jo. This is the murder season. Congress is now in session. Senator Ross is in Chicago. Rossinni left a large fortune. G. Wilkes has gone to Europe. There are thirty College papers. Indiana has sown much wheat. New Jersey wants to be divided. Crockery weddings are invented. Leipsic has sixty printing ofliees. Railroad travol is very small now. Brigham Young has the paralysis. Detroit is going to tunnel its river. Omaha is building a street railway. Brignolia is to be married this winter. New Jersey is the most Methodist State. Brick Pomeroy and Helmbold oft take a stew-together. Booth's new theatre in Boston opens on Christmas eve. There is not a Jewish beggar in New York. ' Twelve hundred Cubans reside in New York. Josh Billings has been lecturing in St. Louis. Kellogg and Blind Tom fascinate Washington. One man in Illinois owns 25,000 acres in corn. New York is to have still another theatre. St. Louis finds feul...

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