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

JBUSiJFESS [cards. A BOYD HEUDERSON, . ;..-„.; ¦=-•--. Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. . Office northeast corner of the JDiamond. " ' 9:4:'6S. H. LAURJUMER, : : -. ; .: ' ~ . Attorney, at .Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office with tli« district Attorney, in the Court House. "•'" . '"., 3:i:'6S.' . ORVIS & ALEXANDER, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Oflic In Conrad House, Allegheny, St.. ¦ .9:4:'68. JG. LOVE, ' . Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office with Adam Hoy, .two doors below the-Press Building, HigU Street. 9.4;'CS. SD. GRAY, . Attornev at Law. Beliefontc, Pa. Office witUA. O.Eurst, Esq. ¦.-¦¦¦ 9:4.'CS. LIXN & PURST, . "'•'- Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte,:Pa. 0:4.'68. -ftTcALLISTER & BEAVER, ¦ JLYJL Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. . . .... '. .,?.4:'6S. THAD. P. STEPHENS, Attorney "at Law. Office oh corner of Allegheny and High streets, Bellefonte. 9:4:'63. ILSON & HUTCHINSON, " . Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte,.; Centre county, Pa. Collections,...

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

BUSIWESS CAJRDS. BELLEFONTE IRON FOTJN DRY. TODD&DUNCAN, Beilefonte,- Centre, county, Penn'a. '' ¦ ..-'. - "' -r> " ¦¦¦ . *: Furnishers of Grist and Saw Mill Machinery, Flour packers, Smutters, Todd's Patent TURBINE WATER WHEELS, I Equal to Overshots, and Circular Saw Mills, with Todd's Improved Patent Feed Work ajid Past's Patent Head Blocks, for Circular 'aha I Malay Saw Mills, which se,s both ends at.once, avoids turning the sla making the last cut, and avoids, variation ..-,(.,tliickne,ss^,in F.awing boards'by the s'etting^df jjcarele'ss-ha-n'ds.: Cast IronXrames furnished when preferred, and Self-. Oiling boxes. '-. "-•¦';• ¦ ¦•' ¦' -¦¦ v-v -"I'. '-=;:•;-' : 7; 1; '08. AKERY & CONFECTIONERY! ' ; • The subscriber would respectfully" iritmeo the eitizens ^of Bellefonte and vioinily, j'hthfa U prepared to furnish..every day, ' . . .... FRESH BREAD, "V I Cakes of all kinds,! * ; :. _ vr>,.- . Pies, Ac; Ac., CANDIES', I SPICES, -rNUTS, FRUITS,...

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

I MISCELLANEOUS , JLECTRIC -TELEGRAPH IN CHINA. :-THE EAST INDIA TELEGRAPH COM" •¦•- PANY'S-iOFMCE. No. 23 & 25 Nassau Str-at, New,York. ..Organizedlunderspecial charter.fromthe State ' ".- 'V --j . of New York. " - CAPITAL . S5,000;000 - . $50,000 SHARES, $100 EACH. --'- DIRECTORS. HON. ANDREW G. CURTIN, Philadelphia. PAUL S. FORBES, of Russell A Co., China FRED. BUTTERFIELD.of F. Bntterfieid , A Co., Now York. _.. ¦ | ;i :'lSAAC/LiyERMORE, Treasurer MJchigan iCentral'-Raiifoad,5 Boston. ; ¦ - - -: ALEXANDER HOLLAND, Treasurer American Express Company, Now York. •AWN. JAMES NOXON, Syracuse, N.jY. ' 0. 11. PALMElt, Treasurer Western Union Telegraph Company, New York. / ^ FL15TCIIKR WESTRAY of Westray, , Gibbs A Hardcastlo, New York. NICHOLAS AI1CKLES, New York ; ¦ : OFFICERS. -ACQ. CURTIN,-President. ; . 'iNii MICKLES. Vice President. GEOE,GE CONANTil'Secretary. '•'GBORi'iB ELLIS'(Cashier National Bank Commonwealth,) Treasure?. HON. A. K. McCLURE, Philadelphia] Solie...

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

HOTELS TRROCKERHOFF HOUSE. ' HOUSBAL & KROM, Proprietors. ' BELLEFONTE, PA. This Hotel is one -of the- most extensive in Central Pennsylvania. QUMMINGS' HOUSE. AV. RIKARD, Proprietor. * ,- . • _ BELLKEONTE, -PA.' The Bar is well stocked with choice Winej and Liquors. "yp.RD HOUSE. ] At Intersection of the Bald Eagle "Valley and Clearliald RaltRbads with the Pennsylvania Central-; T.--- s- i~'-;.- -Synr—..^_ , . .-v'¦"••'; ;/. "-'..• 0^^SfcaSBblER,' .: v.. *:'. '.' "^Proprietor— gAGLE HOTEL.. , J <£= \: •; No/; 227 • N.: id; Srrefi'Cbe'frrecn E'a^e and^Vine ; , :.;,"' . .'¦:. B- Drp.UMMIN.GS, Prop.' EAILj ROAD; HOJJSE-^r -^ j,;,':'..' .Corner JMmtand Pinei street,-v /¦ ^philipsbur^'-cfntre.coIpa; i ROB'TLOYD.Prop •/?j^MA^S:HpTJEL^:;r ^ j ; • .Southeast'' corner of the, Diamond] ! . :. ' ¦'.-:\?^i'i'Ei'ONTE,.-PA.-.-.f¦•¦;•: T j \::;DAl5^^;G^MA^K^fic3Sr\f j Excellent.accojnmodations.'eood table and bar i May ii'oSOy.i-••-•"'-» ¦ ¦•»••« ---"• •- ; ^EEARF...

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

MATES OF ADVERTISING TRANSIENT ADVERTISING, 20 Cents per .line for Four insertions or less. -J. •-. • 5 Cents per line l°or each Additional Insertion. STANDING ADVERTISING. 1 TNCH, THREE MONTHS, . ft 3.00 1 INCH SIX MONTHS, . . . ..* 5.00 »1 INCH TWELVE MONTHS, .. 10.00 Special rates for larger space. : Address " 3st.^..tj o usr.^L;," Bellefonte, Fa. v; R. A. KlXSLOE, . - E- H~. KlNSLOE. TERMS :—Tioo Dollars per year, ihvari ably in advance. . ^ , .".'. %U. §*lfefflttte fMtal* A POLITICAL AND ItEWS IOVTXXJlLj . PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, It. A. «fc E. B. KINSX.OE, Pro's, THADDEIJS 1*. STEPHENS, Editor. BELLEtfONTEPA.

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

Colorado Jewett hasjs'tarteda "National Reform party."

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

Till NATIONAL FRIDAY Morning, DEC. 18,'68 NOTICE. On and after January first, 1869, no par per Kill be issued from this office, unless the subscription price (S2,00 per annum) be mid in advance. No deviation from this rule Kill be made. We hope that parties knoving themselves in arrears will come forth m-omytlyandpayup. h^^d ANT of our subscribers receit-3s%.in;/a iwper marked with an X will fjcr\tand that the time of their subscrip tion to this journal will expire intwo iceeks ,fZ if desirous of continuing ««H remit txco -;»L the subscription price. . jOBWOKK. "*$g*$^*£^ V:°}jfrm«-loficork. Attheprices ru-? ?J irmuihc P^fitis small, being Vrn ,'ul ol any other officein thissec-I A State. Cash is demanded for irffi&W."'^ ™ cannot, do Mcr^cihaninthnate to our patrons that the, i HI consult our convenience by acting won tis hint. We donHfeel. particularly ^TcVntmj, but under the circumstances feel Z"Xhcsiu*mWe "l suggestimI m tins mid v:ay the propriety of oifr credito...

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

FOR GOVERNOR, JOHN W. GEAKY "'" EBIXOES, AIIB5TIOK!, ' -ni'Tomal coxvestion.—A conven-,; "f,f the editorial fraternity.of Central V: "',!„..i" ,,in v,'i'l be lield at Bellefonte, on Friday toStii day of January, 1809, for ll,.» dmible purpose of celebrating the anm--Xsr-v of the battle of *>ew Orleans, and .'.Vrcriii" upon a scale of prices for adver-& £ ami job rat, to be hereafter '•"¦V-fl" adhered to. It is expected, of "'"LJ tl-at a '-good time" will beincidenial'and editors generally throughout the St.'<.-TP invited to como out and bring ;,,,'.',: ""kniltins" wi«> tlieia- ,tPaPers tliroii'dioui. tho State are requested to copy ili^iiolioe.' Bv order of tbe committee. '"¦ - 3. AV. FOT.FA-. Secretary. Tho above call for an ^editorial convention, is being widely circulated ; and it is confidently expected, villfljtolt i» s«ch a gathering of the "knights of the quill," as will tli row far jjito the shade any similar convention heretofore held in...

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

OC8 Xj:.\i- GOVEK3TOK. It. must ue not a little gratifying to Gov. Geary, and his numerous friends, to see the unanimity with which- tho Press of the State urge his re-election. Our opinion, which we base upon the tone of our Republican exchanges, is, that he will bo nominated by acclamation, while his election will be effected by a majority more nearly unanimous than that given any Gubernatorial candidate for many years. It is an admitted fact that he is honest, faithful, and capable ; while his popularity is undoubted. With these few circumstances existing, his election is a foregone conclusion. As we intimated in a former issue, we consider as the true policy in this matter, that where an official has during his first term, done well, common justice to. himself, not less than the best interests of those whom he represents, demands his continuance in ofnce.tbat he may if possible be able to do belter; In the selection ot tho chief Executor of this Commonwealth we slionld n...

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

V\ K are in receipt of a communication signed "Veritas,1' which we regret exceedingly our lackof space prevents appearing iuiull. In it, the Lycoming Daily Gazette, one of our exchanges, is favorably noticed. This journal, established in 1S01, is now under the management of Messrs. lluslon, Scholl & Trout. Mr. Scholl, it seems, originally hailed from this place, having served an apprenticeship in the office of the "Centre Democrat," formerly one of the institutions of Uellefonte.

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

-'¦". THE 1ASF SENSATIOJf. & EyEKf. newspaper,; writer from Boson to-St-. Louis, has been engaged for the past week or ten days, in furnishing copy to his d<&vil .in the case of Hester Vaue^an, until the matter has been worked np"to a pitch of BublUriity; really grind. Some writer?, have become so familiar with t^e subject, thut they simply refe;,. - to it as -'the case of Hester Va'jghan," while commenting-on the "exceeding sinfulness of sin." They speak glibly of injustice; of unpunished wrongs ; and of the sympathy created by her case, without giving the particulars connected with the matter,.oi- anythinglike a history of, the affair. We speak or it, because wo thiuk it likely many have read these frequent references to the case, without getting from them anything like a clear understanding of it. Hester Vaughan, who is now the central object of interest, and who justly merits the sympathy of all right-minded persons, is, it seems an English girl of r...

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

:. Neyek, so far as our knowledge goes, Ires there been a time in the history of our country, when offences were more frequent or more heinous, than at present. The enormity and frequency of the crimes committed of late, call for more than a passing notice. There must be a cause ; some reason, some motive which prompts the commission of the : numerous wrongs, which are making for our time a place in history far from enviable. Lawlessness seems to prevail on all hands ; public opinion has become powerless to shade men's actions ; and criminals starting with the loss of their owu self-respect, soon come to regard as valuless the good opinions of others, so that they are left without a check upon their movements, while their debased natures are amply fitted for their parts iu the grand carnival of murder. When men's natures becomes so perverted ; and their actions seems to be dictated by a brutish instinct, rather than by a sence of right; justice to others demands tnat the strong ...

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

. CONOBESSIOX AT.. . We can at.present give but. a brief synopsis .of .the doings in the Senate and House up to Wednesday night. The time of the Senate was occupied almost all of Wednesday in the-consideration of the financial interestsof the country. Several, bills had. been proposed, but that of M^. Edmund s,: and the on e introduced by Senator Morton attracted most attention. That of Mr. Morton fixed upon 18?%-,as the proper time jo resume specie payment. His speech which occupied-nearly two hours, attracted more;attention than it is thought .will, be given any other effort during the session. The. ways and means committee introduced the following resolutions':- ; • "That neither public policy ner the good faith.of the nation will allow the redemp tion of five-twenty bonds until the United States shall perform its primary duty of paying'its notesTin. coin," or making them equivalent theretojand measures should be adopted by Congress to secure the resumption of specie-paym...

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

THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Below we give a "slim" abstract of what occurs to A. J., the illustrious, as the appropriate thing to be done under existing circumstances. We refrain from giving it entire, as we are persuaded that there, is entirely too much of it " such as it is." Upon the re-assembling of Congress, it again becomes my duty to call your attention to the state of the Union, and to its continued disorganized condition under the various laws which have been passed upon the subject of Reconstruction. He recommends the revocation of the "tenure of office bill," as essential to the best interests of the country. He then makes a brief review of the public indebtedness from 17S9 to the present time. \ A NEW WAY TO PAY DEBTS . Our national credit should he sacredly observed; hut in making provision for obi creditors, we should not forget what is due to the masses of the people. It may be assumed that the holders of our securities have already received upon their bonds a larger...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. pUBLIG SALE OF VALUABLE PBOPEBTIrV Will be: exposed to public sale at tne Court House in Bellefonte, on SATURDAY, DEPEMBBR 2fitb, 1S68, at 1 o'cloelf, p. m., the following described real estate, late the property of the Kov. James Linn, deceased. . , , . A lot of ground on the corner ot High and Spring streets, in Eelleibnto, formerly occupied by tlie Eev. Jamos Linn, dee'd., on which is erected a.two-story,house, stable and other outbuildings',' fronting'-'sixty feet on- Spring street, and extends along.,High street over two hundred leet to Spring creek, being lot No. 13, in the general plan of said- Borough. Tnis is one of the most desirable building lots in tlie town.'' Possession given on tne 1st of January, 1869/- ! "'. -?v , :--. Also a lot of-ground on Spring streefcin said Borough now in the occupancy of John Harris and James- G. Waddle 'on which is erected a double frame dwelling house Ai^ito'-^: and frame stable.'frbntingsixty WTtBtj^ W. feet on Spr...

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

DEMOREST'S MONTHLY MAGAZINE universally acknowledged the Model Parlor Magazine i of America, devoted to. Original Stories, Poems, Sketcnbs.Housohbld Matters, Gems of thought Personal and "Literary ? Gossip ¦ [moulding special departments- on ¦ Fashions] InstruciUas.on Health, Music. Amusements, etc., by tho best authors, ™ and profusely Illustrated with costly engravings, useful and reliable Patterns, Embroideries, and a constantsuecossion.of artistic novelties, with other useful arid entertaining literature. No person of refinement, economical housewife, or lady of taste can afford to do without the-Model Monthly. Specimen copies 15 cents, mailed free. Yearly §3,00, with a valuable premium; two copies, $5.50 ; throe copies, §7.50; five copies, $12/and splendid premiumsfor clubs at §3 each, with the first premium to each subscsiber. jws~ A new Bartram & Fanton Sewing Machine for 20 Subscribers at $3 e ach. Publication Office, 838 Broadway, New York. Demorest's Monthly and ...

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

EpXTCATIONALBOAKDLNG SCHOOL" FOR YOUNG LADIES. HOLLIDAYSBURG SEMINARY . Ret. JOSEPH WAUGH, A. M., Principal CARL F. EOLBS, Prof. Mneic, French and German. Competent Assistants in other Departments. • None but experienced and successful teachers are employed in this Institution. The situation is beautiful and healthful, and COUBSB OF STUDY THOROUGH. The BUILDING is one of the finest iu the country; near the various churches ; supplied with Gas, Water, Bath Booms, Wardrobes, and all home comforts. Next session opens January 13th, 1869. 11 13 3m.

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

DOALSBTJRG ACADEMY. BOALSBURG, CENTRE CO., PENN'A. The "Winter Session of this Institution will commence on Monday, Nov. 2d, 1SG8, and consists of two terms of ten weeks each, exclusive of a vacation of two weeks during the Hollidays. Male and Female pupils received at fitted for the higher seminaries of learning, or the active business of life. Bates of Tuition from S5.00 to 37.00 per term. Fuel, 50 cents per term. Pupils charged from the time of entering till the end of the term, except in. cases of sickness, or by special agreement.; Board in private families from $3.00 to S3.25 per week. For further particulars address the principal. 1016 4t G.W.LElSHElt. JJITANY VALLEY INSTITUTE JACKSONVILLE, CENTRE CO. PENN'A. This Institution will open for the admission of students for a term of twesty weeks, on the 4th day of November, 18153. Superior facilities afforded. For particulars address any of the undersigned at Walker P. O., Certre county, Pa. Prof. S. M. OTTO, Dr. J. RHOADS, R...

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

JQR. TAYLOR'S * OLIVE BRANCH BITTERS. A MIANGLLEADD nir n TONIC STIMULANT sfoMArn' IC AND CARMINATIVE pit" TEBS, EXTRACTED ENTm?.V FROM HERBS AND root? fipf^f^ MCIAL INOTS 8 : PH.PSIA, GENERAL DEBIT lw AND LOSS OF APPETITE-ANB AN EXCELLENT. CORRECTIVE FOR PERSONS SW#Mu£i FROM DISORDERS OF THE BOWELS, FLATULENCE, AC. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Depot, No, 413 Market Street, Philadelphia. J. IK. TAYLOR & CO. lOOCSlynd.

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

ircGUIRE'S .. SPANISH HAIRDRESSER! For promoting the growth, beautifying tho hair, and rendering it d rk and glossy. No other compound poss-efocs tho peculiar properties which so exactly suit the various conditions of the human hnir. The use of this oil as a hair dresper bus' been universal in every section of the country in the Spanish Main for centuries. Tlie oil is highly and delicately erfumod, forming au article unrivaled in excellence. McGUIRE'S MEXICAN WILD FLOWERS SHAMPOO LOTION. For removing dandruff and scruff from the besd, whitening and perfuming the skin. This valuable lotion was used by tho Emperor Mnximiliian, and "the Empress Carlotta, of Mexico, and -universally used by Mexicans for three hundred yearn. McOuiro's WILD FLOWERS FOR THE TEETH. All those who are in favor of whiro teeth and a pleasant, and perfumed bruntli, should at once use this fur the Teeth. All those preparations are put up in the most eitiguni and ornamental manner. The handsomest present that ...

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