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

^ATURE'S GREAT RESTORER SCHEETZ'S CELEBRATED Bitter Cordial. This medical preparation is 'now offered to the public as a reliable substitute for the many worthless compounds which now flood the market It is purely vegetable, composed of herbs, and selected with the utmost care. It is not recommended as a curb-all, but by its direct and salutary influence - upon the Heart, Liver, Kidneys, Lungs, Stomach and Bowels, it acts both as a prevention and a cure for many of the diseases to which those organs are subject. Itean be taken by either infant or adult with the same beneficial results. It is a certain remedy for Diarrhoea, Dysentary, Bowel Complaint, Dyspepsia, Lowness of Spirits, Paintings, Sick Headache, Ac, For Chills and Fever, it is far better and safer than quinine, without any of its pernicious effects. It creates an appetite, proves a powerful digester of food, and will counteract the effects of liquor in a few moments. Prepared by JaUOB SCHEETZ, Sole Proprietor, N. W. Cor...

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

UNCLASSIFIED & NEW ADS. rpHE CHURCH UNION. This paper has been recently enlarged to mammoth proportions. It is the largest be» lioious VAPisit ix thk world. Is the leading organ of the union Movement, and opposes ritualism, close communion, excluslveness and church caste. It is the only paper that publishes Hunby WAbd Bkecueu's Sermons, which it does every week, just as they are delivered,— without qualilicition or correction by him. It advocats universal suffrage, a union of christians at the polls; aud the rights of labor. It'has tho best Agricultural Department of any paper in the world.; publishes stories for tko family, and for the destruction of social evils. Its editorial management is impersonal; its writers and editors arc from every branch of tho chnrch, and from every grade of society. It has been' apfy termed the lrcest urgan of thought in the world. Such apaper, oii'cring premiums of Sewing MachincsDlclionaries, Appleton's Cyclopedia, Pianos, Organs for Church...

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

IN BANKRUPTCY. Western (District of Pennsylvania,-SS. At Bellefonte, the 18lh day of November, A. D., 1868. To whom it may concern; The undersigned hereby gives notice of bis appointment as assignee of Gideon R. Wolf, in tho county of Centre, and State of Pennsylvania, within said, district, who has been adjudged a bankrupt on his own petition by .he dUtrict court of said district. no27-4t W. H. LAURIMORE.Aesignce. E STRAY. Came to the ; residence of the subscriber, iu Ilalfinoou, on or ;abdut the 1st of November, a Red Heifer, supposed to be two years ol<l, with a piece out of the un. der side of each ear. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take her away, otherwise she will bo disposed of a=cordiitg to law. n°2'-3t SAMUEL SMITH. A GREAT VARIETY of Boots awl Shoes, flats and Caps, at manufacturers prices. .With an attract Wei room, cheap and desirable goods, attentive and polite clerks, and a close attention to business, the undersi...

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

IN THE MATTER OF THE Charter. of . Incorporation of the Evangelical LutheranJChurch, at Snydertown,: in Walker township, Centre County. The undersigned, a commissioner appointed by the. Court of Common Pleas of Centre Co., to take testimony in -the above case, will attend to the duties of his appointment at his office in Bellefonte, on Thursday, January 14th, 18G9, at two o'clock, p. m. (Iecl8-4t 'A. B. HENDERSON, Com. UDITOKS NOTICE. Uoffer Banr A Co.,") In the Court Common vs > Pleas of Centre county, Andrew Doyle. J No. 3, Nov. Term, 1S6S, The undersigned, an auditor appointed by the said court to make distribution of the moneys in the hands of D. Z. Kline, High Sheriff of said county, arising from the sale of the real estate , ,of the . saia Andrew Doyle, to and among those legally entitled.thereto, will attend to the duties-of his appointment ou sFriday, January 8th, A. D., 1SB9, at2 o'clock, p. m., at his office in Bellefonte, at which time and place all persons int...

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

NEW ADVERTISMENTS. BELLEFONTE & SNOW SHOE RAILROAD COMPANY.—The annual meeting of'the-Stockholders of this company will-be held at-their office, iu Philadelphia, on the THIRD MONDAY, the ISth day of January, 1869, at 3 o'clock, p. m., for the election of Directors to serve the ensuing year, and for the transaction of other business. td JOHN H. WHEELER, Sec. rTTDMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. i Let- ISth f\ Letters of administration having f\ Letters of administration having been granted upon the estate of Peter Bcorly, doe'd, all persons owing against tho estate, or claiming the same, must settle with ROB'TBEERLY, deolS-4t ' WM. CURTIN, Ad. PATRONISE HOME INDUSTRY, ing ¦ly, ?5 JOHN BREGHBILL Manufacturer and-dealer in HOUSEHOLD FURNITUREa Spring Street, Bellefonte, Pa. Mattrasses, Sofas, Lounges, Chairs, &e. A very fine selection of the latest styles of WALL PAPER always on hand, reasonably low. declSly jl/TASON & HAMLIN - Cabinet Organs, with new inve...

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

I W Q( I ' A "a to Ito 5 ed C ancom-- h for busi-.. ly, or .- A s,..'s - ! iifl , , , « i a .of - , in, on , - to is - y , , i Immediate and im-Let- v.'.'- -. '.e-- •-' -.*•- Sth . perative Sale of ing & ¦ ly, ? READY MABE CLOTH 5 ING. Owing to changes that have-taken place in our. firai by reason of the .death of one of the members, it has become absolutely necessary to sell out our entire stock of a Fltt -4 1ITIE »¥ HUNG. Bather than send any portion of it to Auction, wi will offer it to the people at ly Prices Below the Cost of JMfannfacj- tnring. ¦„. ¦And thus clear out our entire Establishment. Securing a > DQ@a MUi By letting the goods go at such rates as will satisfy any reasonable purchaser u"' . . Our immense house is fairly loaded with - GARMENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTLQN. I Suitable to all Classes, II ;. ; Made up with the utmost care J Of the very finest Materials, I COMPRISING, IN, THE I ®&ISIBI£AI&' &aAXtD7 EtXAH&IS ¦- .IBiai...

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

Why -will you be' ROBBED by unprincipled dealers, when yon can buy your Dry AUD Fancy Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, &c, and not be CHEATED bv going direct to the old established stand of LOEB, MAY & LOEB. Great reductions to suit the times, anA. enable purchasers.to provide for Holliday attire. - _? - 8" ~ ©' ',§¦ o Q . M o *M ' %¦ -# A: ¦'¦'• \ cfc :• n.f ^ £5 - ¦ —.i-i a^ m /^\. • ro a.. c J P3 ¦§*:. X : ».." If '¦ -¦¦• S5 to ¦<->'S" ~^' « ^j/ g:-8 §v ;»• g 55 aa m CO » '^2 ®j' .-•¦ •¦9 "P3 ¦': "£*"!§¦¦¦¦ . -¦ g H ~^ < LJ 42.2 8" S"< -|M; * S" ° . HH • . ^ csj . ¦¦&¦

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

THE MTIONAL 03-Ol»ituKl« lotifer |h»n fl« Unci mult be pi & tat it tin rata of.lh^ nigjWlloe. All S0«ietj reiohrtlonnrhaterei ctMiaunliaticiil item. mondial euididAtcs for ffloB, MUST n tixd to* i adtakci, *t the »le n«nccatiperHnV«"nat'>aPaB ^fl »a--e» ' .-: : ;, *:'- " -1 LOCAL J-TEWS. GIEAItB'S SECRET I HAVE ALWAYS OONSIDEEED ADVERTISING LIBERALLY AHD LONG TO BE THE GREAT MEDIUM OF SUCCESS IN. BUSINESS, AND THE PEELUDE TO WEALTH; AND,I HAVE MADE IT AN INVARIABLE RULE -TO ADVERTISE IN THE DULLEST TIMES, AS V/ELL AT THE BUSIEST;. LONG .EXPERIENCE HAVING TAUGHT ME THAT MONEY THUS SPENT IS WELL-LAID OUT. Send to T. M. Chvistie,Lock-IIaven,Pa-., for the Mason & Hamlin: Organ: .Circular, announcing new improvements and reduce tion in prices, and compare; them with the price lists of other organs. Thk Mason & Hamlin Organ Company, winners of the Paris Exposition Medal, and seventy-five others. They are the improved -Vox Humana or fan tremolo. Cir...

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

We make it .a point to: speak occasionally of our successful business inen.' This we do in justice ;to~them,'and as;..well, that others-may be encouraged to ira Worth like effort, and if .possible attaina similar success. The well known firm'/pi Loob, May and Loeb, whose-advertisement appears in another column, is. to-day a verification of the oft-quoted maxim, that ."diligence ensures success." .... They: combine with a sterling honesty, a' close attention to business, ire prompt, efficient, and reliable. Having by long practice established tboir reputation,, it only remains^ for them t6"re»p thereward of its continuance.

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

Sanfobd the inimitable, will be with us once agaiii. He" comes on Monday next, and tlu-ough sheer kindness to our people will-remain duritigthe week. What a world ot merriment this announcement fortells. Poe never said anything like this. Poe was melancholy; in all probability was dyspeptic; certain it is he died young.— The fact is he never .saw Sanford's Opera Troupe, or he would have been living today. 9is whole nature would- have undergone *a -change. • Instead of being morose, he would have became jocose; his melancholy would have been exchanged for joyousness, and his-"Black Cat" story would never have been written: ¦ • L;et us say to allwho wishtp'enjo'y-a"hearty1augb, who desire to store up pleasant reminiseen ses, and ensure a long - life, go to see Sanford.

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

Our Band.—We have a band now, and no mistake.- If we may believe, what was told'ns; of its performance about'11 o'clock the other night, the fabled: "music of the spheres" was nowhere. .Music is a big thing, and requires a big heart to' appreciate ft properly. Just here we must indulge in an extremely original expression to the effect that "he who has no music in his soul, is fit for treason, stratagems and spoils," or words to that effect. Heretofore the band was composed.of married gentlemen whose domestic cares precluded their absence from home at night; consequently no time was had for practice; and after an enfeebled existence, the affair became prostrated, and finally tuckered put. .The present members, however, arc young uien who are not; distracted with sublunary cares; whose aim is to excel; aud who- will we are assured throw their souls into the work. Go in boys and win. . - . - -. « — i Being general agent for the instruments he sells, Rynder, of Lock Haven can sell mus...

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

Lectuue.—Prof. Win.'. Howard Day who entertained our people on Tuesday evening last;'by a delivery of his celebrated lecture entitled "The March of. Freedom around the world'.' is deserving the thanks of this community. The-: audience was large and attentive; and:.the', lecturer in consequence was in a comfortable frame ot mind. His delivery was'all that.could be desired; while the subject -matter of his lecture was full of noble thoughts, expressed in most beautiful language. Those who had the good fortune to. hear it,' felt that their estimate of humanity was enlarged ; and they who foryears,have been influenced by a prejudice against color as dangerous as it is unreasonable, felt. the. ground work of their ancient1 superstition fast gliding from under them. They felt that there was a nobility connected with manhood, that it was in fact inherent with ¦it, and not dependent upon the various shades of color. Take it all in all, we believe we take from no one that which Is,due, whe...

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

Misiilek's Herb, Red Label, and Green Label Bitters for Side at Green's.

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

When Col. Miller was ordered by Gen. Scott, at the battle of Luudy's Laue, to capture a British battery which was dealing death and destruction ou all sides, his reply was "I'll try." He succeeded, and his reply became as famous as his achievement. This occurrence suggested itself to us the other day, while we were thinking of the great success which attends the business efforts of the firm of Sternberg ami Brandeis. There must be incorporated m their rules of action some such expression as that attributed to Col. Milter; for certain it is that they never fail to please in their business transactions. We strongly suspect, however, that not a little of their success, is the result of the shrewdness they display in the selection of their assistants. Mr. Levi A. Miller,so long and favorably known as a clerk in tr.at establishment, possesses in an eminent degree, that certain something which meu call popularity. His unobtrusive manner, strict attention to business, his aptness for a...

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

"It will be seen by reference,: to another column that Mr. :T. M. .Christie, of Lock Ilaven, is the agent for^the justly celebrated Mason and Hamlin Organs; and that he is jiow sellingat greatly reduced prices. Parties- desiring>one of; these instruments would do well to call on Mr. 'Christie, or send their orders. Catalogues of prices will be furnished-when requested.;'': The best. Christmas presents' in the country are to be . found at . Rynders Music Store."" Running Fight.—We are.,in . receipt bythe overland express"*-of the^particulars of afight a ¦'mile long, at "in other words extending'from the Old Fort to-Early's Town. No-scalps were taken-; and the wounded picked: himself-up after'every discharge, v It secihes to have been rather a sociable fight'than otherwise, as one of the parties made'no resistance whatever. The Singing Pilgrim, by which name Philip Philips, the' world renowned singer is known "across the water," has been engaged for this place • on; the...

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

Mb. J.. Miles Kephabt, connected with the'well known hat house of Barnes, Osterhout, Herrou and Co., of Philadelphia, has been in town for.;the: past few days.. Miles as we familiarly,call>.him, is as-handsome as ever; ari'dyet we, aire persuaded'that he has not relied entirely upon his good looks, in the building'up for his house a more extensive trade than is. enjoyed:by any similar establishment in the country. His extensive. acquaintance has made him.a'vahi.able'acijuisitionto'tlie firm, which.as we.have'saicl'on afornier occasion should esteem themselves, particularly fortunate, in hstving sec'iiretl hisi services. - -I'.f ' ''; . —:—. . » .. ;x— ^ .; .:¦•; . ' It may not be generally known that our Jail' does'ntl at: ^present. contain a single prisoner* Its grated. windows no longer serve as lookouts .for: unwilling inmates; nor do;the:w. alls_ofiits'Cmpty cells re-echo the ,plaintive;song.of Uie captive. The sad stories-of its occupants now form matter of tradition, ...

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

:¦ Skating.—ThoseJ of our people who have an insane fondness, for getting their feet cold ; who persist in running all the risics attendant upon innumerable falls, (which falls be it' understood, are- always intentional,, for who ever knew, one to ¦ 'acknowledge that a1 fall while' skating was the result of his own awkwardness,) and who in short insist .that it is right good fun to get a right good chill while skating,have bad splendid opportunities to indulge in their favorite amusement for some time past. . The skating club of this place completed an organization 'tother evening; and the proper committees'were appointed to "raise SfeSb,wiud," for the purpose of sweeping the'oaoV off the ice. We shiver when we think of the fun in store for us.

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

We are no longer in doubt as to what constitutes a "pea nut bummer." He, (we say he, because ladies, to our certain knowledge, never do anything reprehensible,) belongs to a numerous class of bipeds which infest public places of entertainment, for the express purpose of munching peanuts in a; frantic manner, and to the great disgust of all within ear-shot of them. We say their purpose in attending these places is the destruction of poa nuts; of course we can:- only judge of their motive by the earnestness with Which they do their, work. This practice, it is true, is not confined to Bellefonte. We have in city theatres and lecture rooms, detected itsprevalenc by the crunching and snuffing souhdseemanating from the .upper tiers, aud particularly from what is distinctly, known ;as the .pea .nut.-gallery, which; as'is well known, is occupied by the less enterprising class of bootblacks. It is said also that this habit constitutes one of the luxuries peculiar to. very low concert sal...

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

Chapter of Accidents.—On. Friday last Benjamin Housel, had his hand badly mangled in a threshing machine, at McKean's, near Zion.—While ws were in Tyrone, on Saturday last, an unfortunate occurrence took place, by which Mr. Geary lost his life. We believe he was engaged in work at the Round House, in that place, and while, attempting to cross the track in front of an engine in motion, was knocked down by it, and his .body completely severed. Mr.'Geary had a wife and six children ou their way from Germany who will learn of their loss when they'are least able to bear it. ¦ Policeman Mullen whose-prompt and fearless conduct has justly made him the terror of evil doers in our midst, was severely bruised about the head by a' pistol in tbe hands of Fred Stanley whose arrest he was attempting to afl'ect for outrageous conduct on Monday evening last. Mr: Mullen is getting along quite comfortably, while Stanley is now in jail meditating doubtless upon human depravity, and the inconvenien...

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

Some of our subscribers it seems have been laboring under a mistake, concerning the mark at the head of our editorial-page. This is to be found on every paper we issue, and its object is to call attention to the fact that the subscription of those who find Xin connection with their names' , will expire within two weeks, next succeeding appearance of this mark. It was rumored last week, that Mr. Wilkins. Superintendent of the T. andC.R. R. entertained serious thoughts of resigning hisposition.j Thisniovement is deprecated by his many friends. During his connection with the roads-he has-won,the esteem of albwho have hall ;officftui relations with him: -' ' •"' J.; D.^MiLLER, the bookstore man,is duly authorized to receive, aud receipt for subscriptions to thcNATloNAL. While our friends are5-leaving their subscriptions there, they would do well to examine his select stock-of gbods: He has'still on hand a few-of those'elegantly bound'copies of Webster's Unabridged Dictionary, one ...

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