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

Tun public school buildings we are informed will not bo completed until the 1st of January. This being the case, Mr. Hustings, the Superintendent of the Public Schools of this borough, will open a select school on Monday next in the room over Milliken Hoover &0o's Bank, which will continue until the coiiinletion of the buildings. The Democratic Watchman, at Bellefonte, which made the assertion some time since that there are forty-three men within a circuit of five miles of that locality, in Centre county, who, having always voted against the Democratic party, are now resolved to vote for its candidates. We question the reliability of that statement, offering to reward Mr. Meek with the best pair of boots he ever had on his feet, if he proved his statement by bonafide names of persons thus claimed to have changed their politics. Meek refuses our offer, and challenges us to gamble on the subject—ho having put up with YY. F. Reynolds & Co., bankers, S-500 as a b...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

The Irish Republicans of Chicago organized a Grant and Colfax Club in that city on Saturday last. Several stirring speeches were made by prominent Irishmen. From one of the most eloquent we .extract the following: "Schuyler Colfax could count upon and would get the whole vote of the intelligent Irish of the United States, simply because, never since this country became independent, have we had shown us so' much friendship, and friendship we did not deserve, as by this great and good Christian Republican.. His speeches at orir, pic-nic and national demonstrations, his letters forwarding money to aid our starving kindred, his public vindications of Fenianism his open and avowed declaratson of sympathy in the House of Representatives-—all have been noted, and like the records of the good man on the book of time, shine out in all the effulgence and beauty of noon-day's summer sun. Contrast the actions of this man with the actions of Horatio Seymour, he that refused to answer the let...

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

INSTTREECTION IK ARKANSAS The revolutionary letter of Frank Blair, has had the desired effect in Arkansas. The rebel Seymour and Blair advocates have armed themselves in several counties, and have commenced the work of slaughtering, by the score, Union men and freedmen. The work no doubt has commenced sooner than the leaders desired it; but they have worked their followers into a frenzy and are now unable to control them. Woe betide the country if Seymour and Blair are elected. Gov Clayton has. issued a proclamation calling out the militia ot the State.

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

A Cakd.—Wo take this method of informing on r: friends and patrons generally that we will suspend business from Gp, m.. Friday 25th to Saturday evening, 2Gth, for the observance of a holiday. • LOEU, MAY & LOEB. Don't fail to notice tho arrivals of the tine assortment of cloih and cashmeres received almost semi-weekly by W. W. Montgomcroy. That gentleman' is now able to furnish clothing of every style and fashion to suit the nio.st fatiilious. Every style of hats and caps just received from New York and Philadelphia and for sale at reasonable prices. I'lirnisliing goods for Fall and Winter wear iu abundance Don't forget* Post Office Building, UrockerholF Row. Bv reference to their advertisement in . •mother column it will be seen that Mr. James Cline, formerly Superintendent of (ho Glass Works, and Mr. Jesse Morgan, havo puschascd the butchering establishment of Messrs. Cline & McCoy, and will continue to furnish our citizens with every thing in their line at t...

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

BnocKEimoFif-M mill—At lloopsburg, is one of the very best grist and merchant nulls in [this county. The machinery is the very best—not equalled by any mill in this county, T. J. &I. C. Cole have leased this mill for a term of years. They aro active, energetic men, and llrst-class milers. The Hour manufactured at this mill is of a very superior quality. We have tried it and hesitate not to say that we have never used better. The Messrs. Cole are perfect gentlemen, and we would recommend them to all our readers, and suggest, that if you want a very superior article of Hour, give them a trial, if you can possibly do so.

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

•NEW ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED. IV One hundred Tons of Oats or Barley Straw at the Glass Works. Also one hundred cords gooil seasoned wood. 9 IS tf ¦ TO RESTAURANT KEEPERS. X The Centre county Agricultural Society will receive sealed proposalh until 6 o'clock p. in.,ol* Monday next, tor the privilege of vending refreshments inside the enclosure during the continuance of the Annual Exhibition. The exclusive privilege will be let to one party only. Address. SAMUEL G1LLILAND, It. Superintendent.

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

A MEETING xi. Of tho Board of School Directors of Spring township, will be held Oct. 3d, 18G8, at 3 o'clock, for "the purpose of hiring teachers. Salary, S-10.00 per month for four months.

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

PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO 921 Chestnut street, below 10th, Philadelphia CHARTER PERPETUAL. Accumulated Capital, $2,000,000, after paying losses to the amount of 81,120,000. All the surplus divided amongstthe policy holders every year. The only truly Mutual Company in tho city or State. JAMES TBAQUAIR, President. SAM'L E. STOKES, Vice Pres. It. S. STEPHENS, Secretary. W. "W. BROWN, Agent for Bellefonte and Centre county. 9 18 'C8 ly. TOffi .,.

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

AIRY VIEW ACADEMY. JFOR MALE AKD FEMALE PUPILS, Near tho Perry ville station of the Penn'a^ E. R., in Juniata county. Winter session commences Nov. 1,1SC3. All the branches of a first rate education thoroughly, taught, and the utmost care taken to promote the comfort and improvement of the pupils. Musical, Drawing and Painting Department under the care of Prof. C. F. Kolbe, and Miss A. L. Elliott. Send for circular. Address DAVID WILSON, Principal. A. J. PATTERSON, co-Prin. D18 '68. Port Koyal P. O. Juniata Co. Pa. W" A NT ED.—A situation as Salesman ard Bookkeeper in a store or manufactory. Can furnish t ho very best testimonial. Has been engaged in tte mercantile business as: salesman for twenty Cvo years. Inqure at this omco.

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

/CAMPAIGN TRANSPARENCIES AND BANNERS Painted to order on short notice in PLAIN AND ILLUMINATING COLORS, • For all parties by JOHN G- KURTZ who. having sold The Central Phess in Bellefonte, will from this d.le devote his time to the execution of plain and fancy Signs of all descriptions, plain and illuminated Transparencies, Banners etc. Call at tho old stana Sept.; 4/ 1863.rtf.'" :J '] -V\ , ;

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

LEGAL NOTICES ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration, havo been granted to tho undersigned, ontheostateof Mrs.JnnoD. Mulhollan, late of tho Borough of Bcllcfonto, doceased. All persons indebted to said estate aro requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same will present them duly authenticated for settlement. ... GEO. LIVINGSTON, - >;; , .-->£! E. J. LIVINGSTON, Augu»fcJU,'8S.6t Administrators. | ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the estate of John Pletchor, late of Liberty township, deceased, have been granted to tho undersigned. All persons indebted to said estate aro requested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against tbo same will present them dnly authenticated for settlement. RUDOLPH PLETCIIER, REUBEN PLETCIIER, ulpy 3l,'6S.6t» PSTRAY. •Li Came to the premises of the subscriber in Union township, about the'first of July...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS The style of wood work and finish of machines are various, and prices accordingly. Full instructions given and satisfaction guar, enteed. Sowing machine findings and extras for salo at the agency. JAJ1ES LINN, Agnt 7:8:'68,tf, Bellefonte, Pa. JAMES CLINE, .j. M. MOR^vli. riLINE & MORGAN, BUTCIIEi| ?S0 sLt c0 tC tliDei&M'C°y) Allegheny. Vrerii w'r*" ,loors, nort"of constantly on l,aud ™ r"so„, inX^ «l'-8Uri1,tion ^Mss^Jr™^™^'6m WEED SEWING MACHINE THE BEST EQUALLY GOOD FOR TINE OR HEAVY The attention of tho public is now earnestlv invited to tho latest production in tho lino of Sowing Machines, which from that fact alono ought to bo the best, and with tho most unaf ftcted sincerity it is asserted that this prod'uo.* turn is unexcelled, by any. machine over protented to tho public. In it are combined sim plicity of invention, thoroughness of construe tfon, convenience for using, superiority of ox" ocution and neatness of arrangements Th...

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

rpHE SINGER SEWING MACHINE. The superior mo rits of the Singer Sowing Machines over all ot hers, for either Family use or Manufactur ing purposes, aro so well established and so generally admitted, that an enumeration of their relative cxccll encics is no longer necessary. The new FAMILY MACHINE, Which has been over ton years i n preparation and which has been bro ught to perfection, regardless of time, labor and expense, and is now confidently presented to the publie as incomparably the best Sewing Machine in-existence. The machine in question is SIMPLE, COMPACT, DURABLE AND . BEAUTIFUL. It is quiet, light-running, and capable of performing a range and variety of work never before attempted upon a single machine,—using either silk, twist, cotton or linen thread, and sewing with equal facility tho. very finest and coarsest materials, and any-/ thing between the two extremes, in the most beautiful and substantial manner. Its attachments for Hemming, Braiding, Cording, Tucking, Qu...

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

"O P. GREEN DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY One door north of main entrance to Brockcrhoof House, Bellefonte, Pa And dealer in Pure Drugs, Chemi cals, Patent Medicines, Combs, Brushes, Pocket Books, Notions, &c. Also pure wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes. Whoicsaic agent for Lemberger's Oil-Paste Blacking, Fahncstock & Grum beins Cattle Powder, Blade's Euplio nial Lubricators, and sole Proprie tor of GREEN'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILLS GREEN'S WORM EXPELLER GREEN'S VEGETXBLE PAIN] KILLER GREEN'S EUREKA EYE WATER. GREEN'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR AND WILD CHERRY Tho astonishing success which has attended tho sale of the above preparations, has induced the proprietor to increase his facilities for manufacturing them, and he is now prepared to fill all orders promptly. Tho Liver Pills are of two kinds, and when taken in connection with each other according to directions, the proprietor has no hesitancy, in recommendiag them as tho b...

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

T IME Fresh burnt lime always on hand and for sale at thu lowest market price at the Sunny-Side Lime Kilns on the Railroad, near Bellefonte. We have no fear of succc-M'ul contradiction when we say that we have the best lime in the State. It is free from core and our kilns aro so constructed that all the ashes are separated from the burnt limo before it leaves the Kiln. It is a pure snow white LIME And makes as tine a finish as the lime burnt from the marble cpiarries in the eastern part of the State. Our facilities fur shipping lime are such that ° WE CAN FURNISH IT CHEAPER than the same quality of lime can be had at anv other place. All orders promptly filled Ad ^l- ,_ ALEXANDEK & li'lto. " 7; 3; 07 . ,

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

EO. PECK'S NEW p ICE CREAM AND D I N I N G S A L O O N 5Sm CuWSp ^ 0--, Tero,ld hours. A first class Prepared at all BILLIARD TABLE In connection. Give mc a call. :c- u. ,. , ?st ' .

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

* HAVE YOU HEARD THE HEWS FE0K 3L&.INE? r , - - - - . ¦ > Republican Majority over 22,000. __J o p. ..The Copperheads Hunting their ' Holes. c ;... «?-— * The Hearts of Loyal Men Beating High. —'— -^ — ' ¦ The Election was one of the most s exciting and energetic ever held in r Maine. • The vote is larger by some " thousands than ever before thrown, We have carried every Congressione al District, the closest by 2,500 - majority. Every Republican Sena- r tor is elected, and seven-eights of - the House • of Representatives is '• Republican. Our majority last year was 11,300 and oiu average majority for.the past year has been 13,000. In our great triumph of 1860 we had 16,- : 000, and in -1864 wo had 18,000. Maine will give 30,000 for Grant & Colfax in H.qvembcr. Nino cheers for Maine. !" -'" •'.' ' ., ' c^_mmj.*j.*.t«l ,i. »iu..xi v:, -n

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

THE NATIONAL. *3-0bltuMtai loneet Ibln Bre Una mult be paid for »t tt» »'• °' « ' «HU par linn. All Bodotj tooluttoil »l»t«o, commim!»li"' ™^of mmalnj ondl>l>te» foroffioo, U1I1T m PiH> ">• 1" IB™"3'" fifteen cents per line, ot not 1» publlahed-g* ___jMaM^^ LOCAL JTEWS^" Wasted—A go^nrrrT^l^ofa good situation by applying at this office. The highest wages paid. Tl,E Co.nn^c^Tlr7ni _ Milesburg. signed "Loyalty," will appear in our next, was received tolatefor'^ issue. . REsrAD^NT^^^llie ^ atten t l .i0n of strangers and travelers to the eating saloon of Geo. M. Peck, in Bush's Arcade Meals are served at all hours in the day a* this saloon at reasonable rates. Mr. Peck is a clever fellow and keeps constantly on hand everything usually kept in first-class Restaurents. Give him a call. *• . Bellefonte Glass Woeks.—Work was resumed in the Glass works on the 7th inst. We understand that this company is now manufacturing about 1000 boxes of glass per week. ...

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

Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. —We.call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company and present the following : beasoss why you should insure. Life Insurance is the only certain means by which persons not possessed of Capital can secure their families against future want. It is a moral duty, because it is an obli. gallon on'every person, to expose to as few risks as possible the -future interests of those with whom he has linked himself. It is a Religious duty, because we aro taught that '"He that provideth not for his own, aud especially for those of his own household, hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel." It is a social duty, bee ause no one has a right to expect society to support or provide for those for whom he himself could, by a little self-denial, have made a certain provision. It is a duty wiiverscdly practicable, inasmuch as the periodical payments are exceeding, small, compared with the amount insure...

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

It is with pleasure^hat allude not only to tho prosJPJjBf Bellefonte ; but to the prosperity of TOO whole country. Under Republican rule and its admirable system of taxation, the people all over the loyal North prosper as they never prospered before. Never in the history of Centre county did her farmers, mechanics and laboring men prosper as they do today. Exorbitant prices for grain of all kinds, cattle, horses, butter, eggs, and all the products of the farm, and when did labor command such prices as at the present ? No man who is willing to work need be idle. How unlike the hard times under the firee trade administration of James Buchanan? Then furnaces, forges, rolling mills, manufacturers of every kind were all idle, and laboring men compelled to roam the country in search of work, and iu thousands of instances without sue cess. Now all the furnaces, &c, of the country arc in full blast and the demand for labor unequaled in the world's history. Go ask the enterprising ...

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