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

^attxig, anir ^tUitittns, A HEW CAMPAIGN SONG. - , Ant-" Tramp, Tramp, the Boys art Marching.' ¦ ' I- -a--: In our homes we sat in peaco,-Thinking strife and trouble dono, And that traitors wouldhe once moro loyal men But we'vs hoard a warning sound, Since tho campaign has begun, And.wo'ro marching out to battle oneo again. Chorus—Tramp,tramp, tramp, The Tanners are marching, Cheer up !• Southern loyal mon, And beneath the Tanners' torch, You shaU see tho loyal North . Rout the sympathizers and rebels ona again. n. " ' ._ - . When wo granted terms of peace, Giving life and pardon, too, Wo'believed tho South had had enough of war But the traitors march again, Just, as oneo they used.to do, • • , 'Noath tho rebel "flag that boars a single star,' OHoitns-lTramp, tramp, &c. ¦ ', ... i>. - ^ - ¦ . ' rrr.: ' - • Lot ns rally from tho city, From the mountain and the plain, And united vote for Grant and Colfax, too, So that all tho world may soo That the country's right...

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

[From the New York Tribune; XHE VOICE OF VERMONT. ; Am—"Bally Bound the FJag"' On"tids first September day Old "Vermont has had her say, And has spoken loud and strong for Grant and Freedom; And the burden of her song,. - Sung by thirty thousand strong,! Is "Threo cheers for Grant and Colfax, and for FbbbdomI" Ohobus—Tho Union forovor, Hurrah! boys, hurrah, Sea How tho rebel hostwUlstaro ..... To'find Horatio and Blair,'' " ''_'„¦ / Spite of all that Val. aiuTPondlcton could do, : . Have a voters'; Ust so scant That tho friends of General Grant !- Can say Vermont's unanimous for Freedom!' , :Chobus—The Union forever, &e., &o. Among her mountains tall, Like a silver clarion call,; ' Rings and echoes sharp "tiio glorious shout of Freedom; ¦ • • And, the continent across', .''"". freedom's gain and Treason's loss -• Will be hailed with joy by every son of Freedom! ' ' '" ¦ Chobtjb—The Union forever, &c.,i&e. The bravo Green Mountain" State, By her ...

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

THE DEHOCaAL'IC PLATFORS EHB'JCED TO PSACIICii. The Decatur Gazette reports the following conversation that occurred between a prominent Democrat and an Irishman of that city. For convenience it designates the parties as Jack and Pat: Jack—How do you like the Democratic platform^ Pat—I can't understand it; would yo bo after explaining it to mc—all about tho bond question ? Jack—Oh, yes, with pleasured You see the rich men own all the bonds and tho poor men have to pay for the bonds. Pal—Is that your platform ? . Jack—Yes; and now tho Democratic party proposes to pay off tho bonds with greenbacks, and thus every man will be treated equally. Pat—Tho devil ye say ! is that tho way? Jack—Not in-80 many words, but that is what itmeans. And now, Pat, I want you to do all you can for our party : bring all the boys out at all the meetings, and—Pat—Hould on, Jack: will •' ycr paying the bonds off" with greenbacks make the poor man as rich as tho bondholder ?" " Jack—No, not exactly;' the...

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

ADDRESS EXTRAORDINARY. Headqu's State Central Kuklux, *(_ Hap.wseueo, Pa., Sept. 2d. J To the Democracy of Pennsylvania: Democrats, did you hear the Union reveille rolling in Vermont on Tuesday ? Awake! arise! or bo forever fallen ! . The Green Mountain Boys kept quiet and noiseless. They were lying in their trenches; when we struck - them, wo felt their deadly musketry. Danger threatens! The tyrant Grant -will succeed the tyrant Lincoln. The mud sills,. hirelings,.' carpet-baggers, m inions, are rising in their strength as they rose in 1861.. •'•,-.'. Unless we carry Pennsylvania now, by foul means or fair, hope is g-).ii6. The lost cause-will be lost again.' Tho stars and bars will be folded fori i -" i i " f ever. Peace will reign. Tho national debt will be paid. Tho soldiers' bounties will bo paid. The widows' pensions will be paid. Tho soldiers'orphan's' schools will bo endowed. ' .'.'.. „Gold will go down, credit wil! go up. "Prosperity and plenty will abound. Democrats of...

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

Iu the most ably managed vessel the passenger must never be surprised to find a "mess'' in the captain's cabin every day j a

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

liorae and Foreign Items General Hews. Admiral Farragut lias arrived at Athens. Foreign immigrants bought 20,198 acres of Virginia lands during August. "What Answer; a Story of To-day," is the full title of Anna Dickinson's novel. Michigan is lo erect a §74,000 soldiers' monument. Fashion authorities announce tlircc-cornered visiting cards. Fifteen servants form tho roUuuo of a Cuban family at Saratoga. Savannah boasts itself the healthiest city in the country. The Mayor of Nashville is on trial for the bribery of a voter. Now York city expended $3,020,832 for school purposes last year. Boars are numerous and destructive to sheep in Minnesota. . Manufacturing autographs is said to bo an extensive business in England. Swineburne lias two new volumes of poetry in press. • In "Warsaw, thejformcr capital of Poland, people are arrested by the Russians for speaking their native Polish tongue. The New York Commercial appeals to the public to "give the girls a chance," by employing th...

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

Miscellaneous. The "Western Htiral says that tho parings of cucumbers will'disperso roaches. . Mrs. Rachel I'osey, -whose husband was a soldier under General Washington, died at Valley Forgo, Pa., a short time ago, at the good old age of 102 years and 10 months. The Methodist Episcopal church edifice iu Hamilton, Ohio, which weighs "one million and six hundred tons," was re-

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

NKWSPAPEB LAWS. cently raised six and a half feet, for the purpose of securing a good height for tho basement room. The lifting was accom? pushed by the application of hydraulic force. One of the chief peculiarities of the Missouri bottom is said to bo the great growth of sun-flowers. For miles and miles they extend in ^unbroken and "profuse luxuriance, and utter uselessness. They -wore first brought there, by the Mormons, when they were emigrating westward from Nauvoo, and have since spread until thoy havo extended for a thousand miles along tho Postmasters aro required to glvo notice by letter, when a subscriber docs not tako his paper from tiio ollicei and give tho reason for its noticing taken. Neglecting to cio so makes the postmaster responsible to the publisher for tho payment. Any person who takes a paper regularly from tho post office, whether ho has subscribed for it or not, is responsible for tho subscription. Apersonordoringhispapor discontinued must pay altarrea...

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

.Personal. Congressman Judd has bought a "Chicago pew" in a Washington church. • Senator Spraguo has imported two Shotland ponies. . ! .' Seymour, when a boy, used to pull flies' legs off. A Concord dispatch of tho Oth, reports Ex-President Pierce dying. Olive Logan was at John Allen's last prayer-meeting. One of the Chinese Embassy is called Ghin Sling. Gov. Andrew once said Yankees were the seed corn of the Continent. A marrying man in Brookl;n has now his fifth wife and five mothers-in-law in his house, and "order reigns in Warsaw. The Empress Carlotta Itffe had a relapse, and throws her pillow: from lier]fchamber window. Queen Isabella, of Spain, on state occasions, wears diamonds-worth"five million dollars. : A parade of the colored Odd Fellows of the State will come' off at Harrisburg on fifteenth of October. A soldiers and sailors' monument is to be erected at Lebanon, at a cost of scv::i thousand five hundred dollars. After the christening of the Prince of Wides latest b...

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

DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHING, QUEENSWARE. " " GROCERIES, &o. So cheap that the ladies never fail to get satisfaction. Keiueniber the place to get the test bargains and cheapest goods is at <T. 'W. Cooks. 7; 3;'U7. MOSES A. LOEE. FERDINAND LOEB. TUT &F. LOEB, 'commission merchants, ..Curriers and Manufacturers of'all kinds of WAX KIP & SPLIT LEATHER, DEALERS VS HIDES SOLE-LEATHER, CALFSKINS Ac. No'33-l North Third Street, Philadelphia. novSOthBB. QUPERIOR WATER CEMENT, CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE This cement has an established reputation for its superiority over all other manufactures, for Cisterns, Reservoirs, an'd"all other UNDER-WATER WORKS. It is warranted, when properly applied, if notice of any defect in quality is given within ten days after delivery. Orders received byROBERT VALENTINE, Bellefonte, Pa., or J. DAWSON, Logan Furnace, Centre county", Pa. May S, '63-tf TNSURE YOUR LIFE! This may bo done for tho b...

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

THK NATIONAL PEIDAY Morning, SEP. 18, '68 UNION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. The following named gentlemen constitute tho Union Executive Committee of Centre county for the ensuing year: ¦ Bellefonte—Win. P. Wilson, Chairman. Mlcsbur.q—3. B. Halm, UnionriUe—Geo. Alexander, Howard—W. L. Gordon. PMUipsburg—Robert Lloyd, Bcnncr—Capt. C. Dare, Hoggs—-"Win. Curtin, Bu'rnmde—Dr. M. Stewart, Curtin—Jacob V. Knoll, Ferguson—Jos. B. Erb, Gregg— John D. Long, Haines—Dr. P. T. Musser, Half Moon—Wm. L. Wilson, Harris -John J. Thompson, Howard—David B. Fletcher, Huston—John J. Thompson, Liberty—Wm. F. Courier, Marion—John Strunk, Miles—Col. K. H. Strohecker, Patton~P. B. Waddle, Perm—B. O. Deininger, Potter—M. L. Leitzel, Bush—Richard Atherton, Snoic Shoe—Wm. B. Savage, Spring—Frank Jodon, Taylor—Leonard Merryrnan, Unio n—G eorce Incram, Walker—W. W. Rogers, Worth—A. R. Barlow.

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

NATIONAL TICKET. FOR. PRESIDENT, GrEN. U. S. GRANT, . OF ILLINOIS. FOR YICE-PRESDDENT, SCHUYLER COLFAX OF INDIANA STATETICKET AUDITORGENERAL, GEN. J. F. HARTRANFT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. SURVETOR GENERAL, GEN". J. M. CAMPBELL OF CAMBKIA COUNTY CONGRESS, . HON. WM. H. ARMSTRONG OF LTCOMINO COUNTY For. Assembly COL. THEODORE GREGG ofBellefoute. Fok Disteict Attorney, THAD. P. STEPHENS, • of Bellefonte. For Commissioner, JAMES C. WILLIAMS,; of Philipsburg. For Auditor, JOHN H. MITCHELL of Harris. For County Surveyor, HENRY P. TRCZIYTJLNY of Hilesburg. , . ' . " , , . , . , , , , ¦ ¦ ¦ I ¦—1—I—Ml I'l"^' ¦ ¦*¦¦ *r^^~m3m^^^^^^^^m*^^^—^q t\ M' II WT1

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

EQUAL TAXATION—EVERY VARIETY OP PROPERTY PLACED ON THE SAME FOOTING. The Watchman, and the entire Democratic press, in their anxiety to deceive the people have got not only Seymour, but themselves into "a sea of trouble." In order to mislead the people on the question of taxation, they raised the cry of "Bloated Bondholder" and "Equal Taxation of every species of proper ty." The New York Convention not satisfied with declaring the reconstruction acts "'unconstitutional, "revolutionary, null and void," adopted as the fourth article of their platform the principle of "Equal " Taxatiou of eveiy species of pro" perty, according to its real value, "including Government bonds, and "all other public securities." The Pittsburg Commercial in speaking on this subject says, "The language is clear, unambiguous, ex plicit." If the reader will analize it, he will peiceive that that which is proclaimed to be the first and ostensible object of the Democracy, namely: taxation of Government bonds...

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

QUESTIONS FOR THE DEMOCRATIC "WATCHMAN TO ANSWEE. Do you belong to the Jackson or Calhoun wing of the Democratic party 1 If you say you belong to the Jackson Democracy, how will you justify your course during the late rebellion ? If you say you belong to the Calhoun State Rights wing, please answer why you did not go with your State in favor of the Government, as Gen. Lee went with his State aarainst the Government? If you say Gen. Lee went with his State and was therefore justifiable, and not a rebel, do you not prove too much and show that you were a rebel and a traitor because you did not go with your State ? Are not all who acted with yon, and acted intelligently, according to your doctrine of State Rights, equally guilty with you? Why is it, when you have so much to say about the extravagance of the Republican party, that you have never published a word against the extravagance of James Buchanan, who burthened the. people with a debt of Seventy Millions of Dollars in time o...

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

REMEMBER Farmers, Mechanics, Laboring Men of Centre county, that at the present time, of all manufactured articles or products of industry, the following are only subject to specific or direct taxation : Distilled spirits, fermented liquors, manufactured tobacco, gas, matches, and playing cards. Perfumery, cosmetics, patent medicines, and a few other manufacr tured articles, are subjected to a stamp-tax, proportion to their selling price. And we ask you further to REMEMBER! that since July, 18G5, the additional tax of five per cent, on incomes in excess of §5,000 has been repealed, and the exemption on all incomes has been increased from §>G00 lo §1000. No tax on farms, or the products of the soil, is Republican doctrine and practice. "Equal Tax" ation on property of every species" is the doctrine of the Seymour and Blair platform. Farmers, choose ye ! Working men and Mechanics, choose ye !

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

One of the plank of the Democratic platform favors -'-equal taxation of of every species of property." That means that the product of labor, and the value of houses and lands should be taxed as the income of bonds are. Workingmen, are you in favor of it? The tax on the income of bonds, is 5 per cent. The day laborer is assessed $50 for his occupation. The tax on that, at bond rates, would amount to $2,50 in addition to what he now pays. The mechanic is assessed $200. His tax would be §10 and if he owned a house, valued at §1000, would be §20 more. Every farmer's tax would be increased from 50 to §100. Farmers, mechanic, labor!ngmen, if you want your taxes increased, the best way to do it is to vote for Seymour and Blair.

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

£[ A Little Particular.—Frank P. Blair says he would "a thousand " times sooner sleep with a nigger than si Democrat." ^-__ Farmers Remember—Every vote for Seymour, is a vote to Tax your farms. Mechanics—Every vote for Seymour & Blair is a vote to Tax your homes. . "I would sooner sleep with a nig"gerthan a Democrat."—F. P. Blair at Terre Haute. Hard Ur.—The Copperheads have nominated L. A. Mackey, a "Bloated Bondholder" for Congress. Equal Taxation.—Tho Democratic party is pledged to tax horses cattle, and all kinds of property. Laboring Men—Remember every vote for Seymour is a vote to Tax your occupation, your Houses and lots. Farmers Remember that the De mocratic party is pledged to Tax real estate, and every vote given for Seymour & Blair is a vote for tax ing your farms. . Begging for Candidates—The Democratic party. They have nom inated a Radical Abolitionist for Vice President, and a Know-Noth ing and Abolitionist for Congress Pitch in Gray. ' "I denou...

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

THE KNW-N0THINGS. OF TO-DAY. It is really amusing to us to see the straights ,-to -which the Democratic'party is driven in order to get candidates,to run^upon their ticket. For the Vice Presidency they were compelled to. nominate Frank P. Blair, who was_not only an Abolilionistbefore the war; but one of the very, first Know-Nothings in the land. A man who so utterly despised the Democratic :party, that, a favorite phrase pf his was, "that he " would rather sleep with a nigger "than a Democrat." Now, however, the leaders' of the party in the North, and ex-rebel leaders of the South, all, shout for Blair. Blair may suit the Rebels and 'their sympathisers ; but we are satisfied that the honest masses will not be deceived into his support. In this District, so bankrupt are they in material, that they were compelled to nominate L. A. Mackey as their candidate for Congress. Mr. Mackey has never acted with the Democratic party until very recently ; but was one of the very first men in ...

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

DO THEY MEAN TO LIE ? A lie, says the Tribune, is an assertion made with intent to deceive. Do or do not the opponents of Grant and Colfax habitually make such statements with regard to the National Finances? We make no charge, but state facts, leaving conclusions to be drawn by others. The World editorially says: "In 1802, the public debt was $2,423, 437,002,18. In 1868, it is $5,043,520,585 an increase of $219,S19'282,83. Let us havo peace." Is that true ? t Jls Jc(j a i The Secretary of the Treasury officially states the total apparent Debt on the 1st inst. at §2,643,256, 255, but adds that the cash in the "Treasury amounts to §107,641,971; which, deducted from the above, leaves the actual Debt §2,545,614, 313. Need we argue that the money, ought to be deducted to ascertain the true amount of the Debt? Here for instance,- are some. §25,000,o00 of Certificates of Deposit of Coin. Individuals, are allowed to deposit their gold in the Treasury, drawingno interest thereon, and ta...

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

A LAHD TAX "Equal taxation-of every species of property, according to its real value," including Governmentrbondsand other public securities." Thus reads the fourth section of the Democratic national platform, and when it was reported to tho committee, we are told, it; was received with loud repeated cheers;, and cries of "read it again ;" "let us hear it another time." This means, among other things, a tax on farms and all real estate, according to its selling value. A land tax has always been peculiarly odious to the American people'and always must be in a new country, where land is the very source of prosperity and growth. In Pennsylvania a-Republican Administration^ in- deference to this feeling, and knowing that the prosperity of the Commonwealth is involved in the relief of its land from burdens, took off tho taxes from real estate. The Democracy, in aiming a blow at tho Government, bonds, have struck too far, and hit tho farmers. Another instance of the genius of tho De...

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