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

Moke Enterprise.—We- understand that some parties in town are showingtheir appraciatiou of the good things of this life, by prospecting in the various cellars round about. Strange that they should prefer the darkness of night rather than the light of day, for these explorations. But: perhaps they don't wish to disturb the inmates of the house. This we believe is the correct theory. The same, or somq other parties, wo don't wish to bo positive you know, feloniously, surroptitioujly,[and'as it is sometimes put "unbeknownst" to Mr. Henry Harris, "took ,and carried away" his coal, or so much thereof as they could conveniently. The demoniacal attache of this office dark-ly hints that somebody will steal our coal next. We hope not. Good Mr. Thief we'll tell you where there is "slathers" of coal if you will only spare ours. • -

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

It is said that the people of Xew Engr land, generally, when they die, go t# Boston; while the residents of Boston proper, upon their demise, go to Paris. Now this, as we once heard a minister say, only once mark you, "brings us to notice in tlie first place" that those of our people, who wish to attain^ a, ripe old ago j,.and .whp moreover are desirous of extracting from life as they, go;along, as much luxury, juicy comfort, or soliil enjoyment; as is possible, go straight to the Gem Restaurant, corner of Race, and. High, streets, where. Messrs. MaliphaHf.1 ahd"Pile accomplish wonders in, the way of assuaging the appetite. They have a.regularibill Offare, including all the good things imaginable; and as we said in a former-issue, theyrbaye, a; ladies'. dining room iii' 'connection' with "their'establishment, which is^ a' models of comfort j and convenience! .' O^f/Wedncsday evening last, he fed and dollied internally "all connected withj-oi-in auy^vise appertaining to the lie'w B...

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

Dancing.—Solomon is charged with saying many apparently -wise, things which lie never uttered.' Indeed 'very good men and ministers, who should knowt better, in the excess of their admiration for his character, attribute sayings to him of which he would have been ashamid. They deliver themselves of what occurs to them, as a very sage remark, and follow it up closely with "as the wise man hath said." They don't stop to consider that "the wise man" in all probability never thought of such a thins; ahd that they themselves are guilty of downright lying. This we say softly.— But Solomon, or some other man did say amongst other things that "there is a tiftie to dance." Now it strikes us that the proper time to dance, is when one can conveniently ; and not after the decrepitude of age has wilted one's energies. To para phrase our friend Patrick Henry, shall we acquire grace and activity "by irresolution and inaction." Iu a voice of whispered thunder, wc say no, certainly not. Mr. Geor...

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

Winter Evenings.—The York Ti-iie Democrat in its; issue of Tuesday last, makes some very pertinent and well deserved remarks, on the impropriety, to use no harsher expression, of some of its exchanges appropriating its. locals without giving due credit therefor. This practice of pilfering the result of Others'cogitations, is one indulged in by many only too frequently, and is deserving Of the strongest censure. The "local" of the Democrat "spread" himself some weeks ago, upon an article with the above caption,; and when felicitating himself, as he had good reason to do, upon the pleasant reflections to which it would give rise, had" the mortification of seeing it appear in all its pristine beauty, in twenty-seven-of his exchanges; whereupon he Justly.-grows indignant, and gives vent to his feelings, as we have intimated, and in the.same- connection proceeds to express the'"following beautiful thoughts: '.'Our article on Winter Evenings was written in anticipation of. the. coming o...

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

Itlaiv Comity XIchia-The dwelling of Mr. Stewart Cowan, of tliis place, was entered by burglars on last Friday night, who appropriated fifty-three dollars of Mr. Cowan's money to their own use, and then left. The entrance was effected by prying 6pen one of the back windows with an axe.—Tyrone Herald. The contract for building the new Presbyterian church in Hpllidaysburg was awarded to Mr. Jonathan Rhule, for the sum of $32,557, the contractor to have all the material of the old building suitable for use in the construction of the new church. ' . ' Repoit says that the snow of Monday last crushed in the roof of J. S. Reed & Go's. Saw. mill on the mountain, injuring some five or six persons in the fall. AVe have not learned the extent of the injuries, as medical aid had not arrived when our reporter heard of the accident. Mr J; Boyerof the "Ward House" killed two hogs a few days since . wiegbmg 1149 lbs., one weighing G20.1bs. and the other 520 lbs.- Who can beat? -\. _ ...

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

Hiiulin County. A wolf has . been killed in Lickng : Creek " Valley,- Mifflin Coudty. As .Mr. George Rittenliouse and others were out hunting deer, the", other . day,\tliey" were cha'sed'by eight oi- ten wolves, of ..which number the hunters killed one which measured six feet from the nosa to the tip of the tail. It had been feeding upon deer meat;1 -This' we learn from the Lewistowu Democrat.

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

OVIt ROOK TABLE. Lippjncoxt's Magazine.—The January number of this Magazine is on our table, and contains "Beyond the Breakers, a.story, of the present dity, with a full-page Blustration.; Poems for a Golden Wedding, by 11. H. Stoddard, Geo. H. Bokcr, and Baj-ard Taylor; 'Christmas Pantomimes ; The Blue Cabinet; The Old Tear and the ZsTew; The Seciet Agent; Justice for-Blue-Beard ; Cross and Crown ; Pearl of Great-Price; The Parisian' Xew Tear's, by Geo. M. Tow'le; Neither Dead or Living; Spain a Republic, by Earl Blind ; Golden Breams, a Christmas Story,' by Albert Fabrc; Our Monthly Gossip; Literature of the Day; Subscription price, $J.OO per annum.- Single numbcrs,'85.cents. The Xew Eclectic.—Tlie first number of Vol. IV of this live magazine is on our table; and as usual replete with readable matter. The present number contains mieresting articles from tho pens of William Head Brown, Anthony Trollops, author of John Halifax. Editorals of interest, ai d choice selections from...

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

HAHKIED ...On. tlio 2CUi ult., at SnydeiM. Hotel, m Central City,: by elder W. A. Itirtse, Mr. Andrew G. Bowes to Miss Hannah Meliisa VViitts, all of Cei.tre county, Fa. On. the same day, by the same, at E;u;l-;ville, Mr,.Cyrns W. Walker to .Miss Luejtta IJeliassc, all of Clinton county. Oil the Sth inst., at the house of Mr. fteorge Swartz, iuHublersburK, by the Eev. J. E. Lon;r, Mr. "Wm. S. Search, of Prairie City, Iowa, to Miss Elizabeth A. Bhikard, of Hiiblersbnrg, Centre county. On the 2GIU tilt., at the residence of the bride's motiierf-by the Kev. D. Cattleman, Mr. J. T. MoCormick, to Miss Henrietta B. Cottill, both of Potters Mills, Pa, On tlie IT th inst., at the residence of tlio bride's father, by the same, Mr. James House to Miss Elizabeth G. Armstrong, both of Potters Mills Pa. On the lTtli., by tho Kev. Alfred Yoenlans, George M. Tibbons to Agnes A. Morrison, both of Uellofonte.

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

DIED. ' At the residence of Mrs. Sanlcey, Ednmntl Gibson, of lung disease, aged 18 years.

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

EllLLEFOKTE MABKETS. ' Bellefonte, Dec. 4, 180S. Grain and Flour Market. Flour per barrel $11 00 White wheat lier bushel 1,90 Red wheat " , " -. 1,80 Corn (new) ¦« " 1,00 Oats . ¦ ' " 55 Eye per bushel 1,25 Buckwheat per bushel 1,00 Cloverseed " " Provision Earket. Apples dried,, per pound SO 12 a 15 Dried Peaches, per pound a 18 Dried Cherries " " 22 a 25 Beans per quart ..12 a 25 Butter per pound a 45 Beefsteak par pound 20 a 22 Beef roasts; ; a 20 Chickens each, live 40 a 50 Turkeys live, each .' 1 00 a 2 00 Choose per pound 22 a 25 Hams per pound 20 a 22 Bacon .' a 16 Lard, per pound , 15 Eggs per dozen 20 a 25 Mutton and Lamb per pound 10 a 20 Veal cutlets per pound a 20 Potatoes per bushel ?.l 25 Coal by Saortliage & Co. Anthracite coal at yard. Shamokin Pea Coal $4 00 per ton Shamokin Xnt t 1 00 per ton Shamokib Stove S 00 per ton Shamokin E?g 8 00 per ton Slwmokin Broken 7 SO per ton Wilkesbarre Nut S 00 per ton Wilkesbarre Stove S P0 per ton Wilkcsbarre Egg 8 SO...

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

SPECIAL NOTICES. Ui'HAifs Antidote for strong drink foi sale at Green's. MAGNOLIA Watee,—A delightful toilet art! cle-superior to Colojrno and at half the price Public attention is invited to "the Household Gas Machine advertised in another column by David-Jones, of Philadelphia. Successful, because of superior merit. Mrs. S A Al'en's Improved new style Hair restorer or dressing, in one bottle. Every Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar.

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

"Win. wonders never case ?" is the uniform exclamation of the millions who coultahtly nse Barrett's Vegetable Hair iWorativ-e." One bottle will convince the most sceptical of its miraculous effect upon the human hair. ^__^-..f~» Deafkess, Blindness and Catarrh treated with the utmost success by J.Isaacs, M. I). Tnd Professor of Diseases of the Bye and bar to the Medical College of Pennsylvama, 12 years experience, formerly of Leydea Hol-Una.l KO..S05 Areh street Phdadelphia. Testimonials can be seen at his office, the medical faculty are invited to accompany Sdr patients as he has no secrets m ins practice. Artificial eyes inserted without pam. No charge for examination. Dec * tl

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

! Others ar4 en'oson;" ..•;;;... ''•: ".., .7ae^8ffii-.ii---- JK0"IBWIN, Brest. ^ XlTTION, ,;.-, ' ~ ^V '."..'V •-'•• Whereas my wife Harriet Williams has loft my bod.andCboard',without cause, I hereby- give-notice-to. all parsons not to harbor or'tfusT heron my account, as I will .notirjaWrba'aSbloforany debts contracted •by-bV/- WILSON WILLIAMS. 'T Hilc'sburg, Dee. 4v3t* ¦ '¦¦ : H^bWAkB, STOVES, &C - PJ~OTJ.CE. Ilciirv Fleishor') In the Court of Common TS \ Pleas of Centre Co. No. 3S, Sarah Fleiaher J Jan. T, 1868, Subpoena in Divorce. Tho undersigned,. a Commissioner appointed by tho said Court to take testimony in the above cause, will attend to the duties of his appointment on Tuesday .January 12,1369, at 2 o'clock, p. m.-, at his office in Bellefonte,at which time and place all parties interested muv attend if they see proper, ueell-td A. B. HENDERSON, Com. retary, to servo' for tho ensuing year, or until ¦ ? T TJFRNPIKifitN'OTICE.;,.; . . , An election for offic...

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

H^3-i»u->n™ -- _... KITS- ^LTIIiTi£iKI ^IS. TN THE MATTER OF THE ES-. 8 tate oi Archibald Dean, deed. The unik-rsigucd, an auditor appointed by tbe Orphans' Court of Contro county,to make distribution of the balance in the hands of Jusiah II. Brown, administrator of Ac., to., tho parties entitled theret", will attend to tho duties of his appointment at his office ia Belle fonle, ou Friday, the Sth of January, 1S69, at 10 o'clock, a. in. JNO. G. LOVE, Auditor. • deull-ts > TN THE MATTER OF THE ES*

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

I tate of Jacob Stover, -dee'd. Tho undersigned, appointed %y order of tho j Orphans' Court of Centre county, to mike distribution of tho balance in the hands of B. 0. Deininger. administrator tv and amongst tho persons entitled thereto, will attend to tlio duties of his appointment at his oflicc in Bellefonte, on Thursday, tho ?th day of Jan - uary, isr>9, at 1 o'clock, p.m. • dccll-ta JNO. G.LOVE, Auditor. ARPHANS. COURT SALE.. By virtue of an order of the Orphans' ofCentre will be Court - county, , exposed to public sale on tho premises at Shingletown, nearBoalsburg, Pa„ ON 8ATQRUAY, NOVEMBER 21st, 186S, at 10 o'clock, A. II., the following described real estate .- A certain messuage,' tenement,-or tract of land, situata in Harris township,,, Centre eountv, Penn'a., beinded and do- scribed as follows: On tho east by Nicholas Strong, on the north, by lands of Oliver 'Campbell, on the west by lands of Jacob Massor's heirs, and on the south by Nittany mountain, containing...

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

PROPOSAL. Proposals for the building of a STONE CHURCH for tho Spring Creek Congregation, near tho cite of the present Spring Creek Presbyterian Church in Harris township, will be received up to the 15th inst. For plans and specifications, apply to REV. MR. UAMILL, dec5-3t* Chmn Building.Committee.

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

E STRAY. Came to the residence of Jacob Eckley,. in Houston township, 'about the first of August last, a Red Hvifer, about one year old last .spring, marked with slit in both;ears. Tfio owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges, and take her" away, otherwise she will bo disposed of aceordingto law. no27-3t

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

TEAS OHOIOE ^IegHeny SWe FRESH TUB OYSTERS. We keep constantlyon hand ri fall and well selected stock of PINE FRESH. FAMILY GROCERIES. SUPERFINE FAMILY FLOUR, : ': ' LIGGET'S BUCKWHEAT FLOUR NEW CORN MEAL, PRIME RIO COFFEE OLD, GOVERNMENT JAVA COFFEE, XX PORTO RICO BAKING MOLASSES SUGAR CURED HAMS, NEW NO. 1 MACKEREL NEW SMOKED HALLIBUT, PRIME FACTORY CHEESE, COAL, OIL AND LAMPS, DRIED FRUITS, of all kinds, CANNED FRUITS, of all kinds, FOREIGN FRUITS, of all kinds, HAND-PICKED WINTER APPLES,. And all other kinds of Goods that are necessary to make the Culinary Department complete and the table inviting. ^€3HI*KB, <& MOORE, ¦ ja-l-69- Mlsglien^ SMn? B@llefonteB l4~- . h h: r | r ¦ si ^ . IT nmiv MfiRiRl J ¦ S h. ¦» vv raiisil unuluilLd/ ¦ tj (~\ ^Sij 01 '^**^U m ' .ffi, , , ,

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

MISCELLANEOUS . SPECIAL NOTICE ! , LAZARUS & MORRIS' CELEBRATED PERFECTED SPECTACLES ,- and Eye Glasses. One of the firm will be at tho Stow of their Agent ' G. W. PATTON, DEALER IN JEWELRY, WATCHES, ETC., Solo Agent for Bellefonte, Pa., For two days only, Friday and Satoarday, January 1st and 2nd. r Ho attends for the purpose of assisting Mr. Patton.in fitting the eye in difficult or unusual cases. Those suffering from imparod ordiooascd vision are rcccommeudud to avail themselves of this opportunity. Our spectacles and Eve-Glasses «re Acknowledged to be the ,. Most Perfect . assistance to sight ever manufactured, and can always bo relied upon as afording perfect ease and comfort while strengthen and presorvinging tho Byes most thoroughly. We take occasion to notify the Public that we employ no pedlars, and to caution them against those pretending to have our goods for siie. Oct. 2, 'CS-ly. jptEO. PECK'S NEW IDS CREAM AND. DINING SALOON, In room formerly occupied ...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. FINE GROCERIES—Mocha Coffee, oldJGovernment Java, best quality of RioCoifoo, Brown Coifee, Best Oolong Black leas, Green Teas, Levering Syrup, Golden Syrup, Drips' , fine article Baking Molasses, Rice, and everything in the Grocery line, at tho lowest cash price. If you want the best article of Groceries in tho market, BUKNSIDE'S & THOMAS' is theplaoe. IT is proverbial in Bellefonte and throughout tho county if you want a good article go to BURNSIDE'S & THOMAS. WHITMAN'S Celebrated Confectionories, Whitman's eolebratod Chocolate, Baker's Chocolate, Smith's Chocolate, China Ginger, English Pickles, American Pickles,- Ac, at BURN&IDE'S i, TiTO.\IAS' LEATHER of all descriptions.— French Calf Skins, Spanish SjIo feather,- Moroccoes, Sheep Skin.-, Linings, and everything.™ tho Leather line. Warranted to give satisfaction. . BTJRNSIDE <fc T/TOMAS. SHOE MAKER'S TOOLS and Findings in all their varieties. Saddlery, Buckles, Hook Bit...

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