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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

. THi! PRODIGAL SOK ' - •-'' -'.' ¦"-' *^^ •" ¦-.¦¦ J :::n' THE PABABLE ADAP.TED TO ] THE PoraiCAl . SITOATION. - - ..,,'- Hon. Thomas M.Marshall, in his speech at the new wigwam inlEast Liberty, Tuesday evening, gave the "foliowing"Yersibn of the story of the prodigal-son:! ' I .was ,q'ver ;to Bedford, the, other; day and I heard a gentlemen get up and say-: "If vou.do not take these-Southern statesmen ack to their rights under, the' Constitu-' tion you are'ndt' Christian'man", "ah' d.'' Go"i will not smile on you." Said:he''.«wby look'.at it, readthe parabirebf'the.'.pnodi-." gal-son."—"And hereturned'his .'father saw him afar off and,put a robe on him,, a ring on his finder and killed the fatted calf, and said'let-us! eat an'I ."be merry. Now' said the'speiikiori "if'!you; don't db': this you are not Christians;.and God. will not--bless your nation." .; Weill never; thought Democratic- orators ;were ,much on Qhristianity andtheBi.ble.. [Laughter] When.I.went home i.'took up t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

r ' • ' TKE^OVSBWiT'S&S: ' >''":r -' A little girl,1 nine 'years'"'of; age; was a ,witness againstia prisoner ^vhp'rwas''bri:':a 'trial foraiCrimeicommilted ifl<h6r father's ' P^,'*..,- ¦ ¦ .JU-s.w.v? :¦ .!<.<>,¦ •'•.-. .. 1 ; ''NoWrFmily,''said t.he ^ counsel for, the tprisdnerjupon h.e? being piit in the witness!bbr,;-."I desire to know if you under-: .stand thekature'of-aff oath:." '* ' : " '-' - ; I "I,gonjt;know.3V. hat .you mean," ^as ithe simple answer. . r ¦ ( j "There/ybur. Honbr,'';said the counsel, .addressih'g'thc'court, '"is'there anything further neeb' ssaryto-shdw the force-of my ro|bJec(.ib,n ? Xh'isvwj&ess. shAuld- be : r.cjeos ! tea,,..y,ou.see she does,not know the "na- Hire of an .oath." : ."Let us "see;" said the Judge.'." "Come' JerNi fefilttle^fe"'1 Lpa: ' ¦ '•;; '"'.; '' j Assutedibya.llo^kiHdtbha ari'd manner of 'thejupJgojitHe -child stepped- toward-him :an4JpokedjHp,j;on.fidingly..in his face, with aj ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

plae' 'iaM"ldrelgu',Ife.ms ': i'i .."•'; General Sfcyvs.'",': .' -.'"''"" ': A Hew company'hiOS^een-'-organizGd' in Arkansas, to hiuild a railroad frdin St. Louis' to New Orleans, on the west side, of :t^ie Mississippi. " s .News froiiiall parts of Iowa aVe;ehconraging.^ ^^-Kepublifcar^^arej-aliTO/tO'the issues, and;40,000:majority. niay. I)0,;ex-. pec'ted. \ " " . ". '.- "'" .".' , . ' ; The corn crops hi' Kentucky this year, will he Ti'nusually large^ reports .from all over tlie State indicating- ah increase bier fonneii;years.': v<' .. -; 'fo-,-; r>; :i ' j The" Missouri Kepiiblicansays-tlnt State is as safe for.Ctrant as- Massachusetts,^ with afaii- prospect of carryipg every. .Coiigressiorial Sistricti "... ',",.' '. , "EollofHonor No-'lo" has -jtist.lieen. issued bythb War pepartm'ent'. 'It' coni; tains the'nariie's'ofl8,300 soldiers "wlio fell' iii defence of; the Uni6n;aftd S' n'eiudes those buried at Antietam.- .1' , The;3:.;M. ,G.iA-., of NewYorkare g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

' ' 'Jl": ; ' Facetisc.' "'' " ' - ilt^Iasbeen ascertaineu'tliat sqhie ii.dies use: paint as; fiddlers do rosin—to aid them in drawing a beau. ¦.¦]•¦•:'/. What is the difference between a- ^oung lady and a night cap ? ,; One is;bornto wed and the, other is wpin to bed. "Mother;"' said'a lad, '.'is ".it" wrong to break1- bgg^hells ?»" ¦ '^bei-tainly "not, riy ' '&e.av,?:said theim'6'th<Jri' -«'but'what do you asksiicfia silly'question-for?" '"Because I hayejust dropped.the basketwith all the eggs in it," replied.ho.. .- , -... , .':... ;" Dr. ITallsays that for" the period, of a month before marriage, and a month after death men regard their wives as ; angels. Pefhaps'thatis'the reason why" so 'many wisek.wish.their hiisuanus'in heaveri.1' - There is a wide difference between..the confidence which becomes a man and- the simplicity which disgraces a fool.:: ,; Fools draw false' conclusions fiom'just principles,.and madmen draw just conclusions from false principles....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

Slisccllancoas. ,•' ; •'"• White tulle is to bo the most fasliionable dress this'winter. •' The winter, bonnets epijsist merely of a rosette of lace with a bud, bird or butte:-fly in the centre.' . ::-, The;Eriglish fashion of carrying an Umbrella instead of a canoy is being adopted by our city fops. .. . . •-¦,-.« One hundred convicts arc at work on the Covington and Ohio.Railroad track. •' Evansville, Iud., sells good peaches; ^for sixty cents a bushel, and is glad to get that..'. ,;.,; ._. ,.."... . "j ... Since January.1, Toledo g.;ain. receipts have exceeded eight and a half millions of bushels. ' - Minnesota fanners are getting in their very best corn crop. Most' of them will get ono hundred bushels to'the acre.': -. Panthers have become so familiar in tlie streets of Cory don, -Intl., that a grand hunt is proposed to clear them out. Two prominent Democrats, of Ohio, Samuel W. Defiingwell, Esq., late of the Lebanon Patriot, and General Vanderver, have repudiated Vallandigb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

. KEWSPAPEB LAWS. v^sfffl^^«,Mo^eQj*cJLto»givoi,#^ letter, when a subscriber does not toko his pa--ptr ftpm,the.offlce, .and, give tho reason.for lie nbt;i>ang\ taJtenS frToitcctiri^ to do so mokes tho.^ojtmaster Tesponslble to the publisher roi ffie payment," * . ' * *" ^J-Any person-who takes a paper" regularly from the.pMt pgtcet'Whether.ho has subscribeuforij t ~°ILal2iSS^@^for ^b subscriptTon.1" J V t Apersonoraeringfiispaper'discontinuedmust pay all arr&Jijigj>s,>dr; the? publisher' maj- con-» ??J° sen" " until payment is made"; and collect the whole amount, whether it is taken out of the offlccj>£nqt. .. ,• The courts have decided that refuslnfto tako newspapers and periodicals from the post office, or removing dSd-leavlng thein uncalled for j Is pnmafacie erieenee of intentional fraud. ^^^^^^Z^ ^n^BSi ,|| |||IM ^ ^a^m , AjSundaypoUcecoivrtis tlie. last, thing .. under the sun in;Pittsburg. 1 At;Me'mpuis, a- forger • was - recently re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

Personal. , Young Dr. Tyng has become an inveterate street preacher. .-•' . ; Capt. Bob Lincoln is to; be married very shortly in Washington. Governor Harriman has left Maine fox Tennsylyania, where he is to speak. Schuyler Colfax is to marry a niece o£ Ben. Wade. This will keep the Vice Presidency in the family. " Barnard Cass died in Hillsdale county, Michigan, a few days ago. He was' bora in New Hampshire in 1175, and wast brother of the father of tho late Lewis Cass. . . Gen. Logan, who has been seriously ill, is beiter, and' there is a prospect of his early recovery and the resumption of his labors on the stump. TheEev. J. W. Blain, of Sidney, Ohio, it is understood, willaceept a' calf to tha pastoral charge of the United Presbyterian Cnurch in Newcastle, Pa., .Kcv.i K..A. Browne, D. D., late pastor, will remove thither in October. ¦ • ¦' ¦ ¦¦ •TheC'omte de Corday d'Orbigny, first cousin of Charlotte Cordayy died recently at his chateau, in Normandy, which ho was never kn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

: Political. In the D'elnocfatic procession in Wash-' ington, a few evenings ago, ;was a banner inscribed, ."Seymour holds .no honds." The procession was, composed largely of those1 V»4o'were4tithe rebelariny or sympathized1 with' the rebellion. Hatred for the nation?s credit and love for Seymour go hauUiu'hand. , Despite the summary method of ar<*uii'g a question to. a conclusion, which has been adopted by the Ku-Klux of Tennessee, the enthusiasm for Grant and Colfax is,unbounded. 'East: Tennessee; is ablaze witii enthusiasm, anftpledgcsitself to give 25,000t'cf 30,000majority. ¦ ::.\ \> n; It appears, according, to thd editorial corresponijence ,of a.; Washington .paper, tliat Horatio Seynlpur is President of; a cheeso company in ,tjtica. The Hartford. Com--' ant say's'it is"a! separate concern'frbm: tho: skim-milfcatlilir he:presided over in New" York.' -:."':" .... .-',: ;-., i, The New Haven Register is publishing portraits • of Seymour and Blaiiy representi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

Joetrg anir ^eleirtiirtrs ' . .; r - fg- » . HABCHnrai SONG FOE THE: BOYS IN ^ ' ' ,. . : BLUE'." ,;'.',!"•' 0 Am—"Weane Coming,Fallier Abraham. '. ' "We are coming, Grant and Colfax, we ara cornling in bur might, ...,[.:i';j ,<:i.y' i j - • To battle forthe Union anil the. causo-jof truth and right: ..-,-, ¦; .,.•« v'|-! • !¦; And tho starry flag above ns, in;,its'!pride. ai:d powerisseon, . ; .:;<:-,. And tho Boys in Blue are, marching with the gallant Boys in Green. ,. ... i ;.]¦'_ Cnonus^-And' we*fo. coming,. coming, coming," We are coming in our might,v '.'-' A '.. . ,. I • ¦ To battle for the Union ' --' .':''..- ¦ :; ... ¦ -..: And the cause of truthand right.:- :•.; ¦ We're a free" and equal people, andjthe creed we proudly hold -.'"'¦';', .' !,", Can't bo terrified by bayonets, nor "be Dartered j off for gold;™" ; ' ."..', , We are working men and brothers, to the Union ! evertrue, .. And we twine the sun burst banner with Colum-! Ina's starry blue. , Cu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

BUSINESS CARDS. . A BOYD HENDERSON, - - ; Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Ta. Office northeast corner of the Diamond. 9;4:'68. WH. LAURIMER,- ^ ' _ .' Attorney at Law, Dellcfonte, Pa. Oflicowith the district Attorney, in the Court House. P:4':¥-: . OBVIS & ALEXANDER, ' •;.' Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa.'. Oflice in Conrad House, Allegheny St. 3:-l: 08-J;:( Atto?ney'atLaw,'Bellefonte, Pa. .Office with Adam Hoy, two doors below, tho Press Building,High Street. . .: . ... 9.-1. CS. S.D Attort nc?'at Law. BcHefontc, Pa.. Office ^ M, A.O.Furst,Esq. M-'^j, U™ onfeySaw, Bellefonte,Pa.9:4.'C8. MCALLISTER & BEAVER, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa- 4.,fig_ THAD. P. STEPHENS, Attorney at Law. Office on corner of Allegheny aud High sti'eets, Bellefoiite. 9.-1. (»J. TTTILSON & HUTCHINSON, W Attonieys at Law, Bellefonte Centre county, Pa. Collections, and all other legal business, in Centre and adjoining counties, 1M 8S£ly ta Bl»$i£d.'L™ Building Allegheny' Street....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

ffett SiHOKAt TB.IDAY Mo ipingi SEP. 25; '68 /ONION EXECUTIVE C03SIHITTEE. The following named gentlemen constitute the Union Executive Committee ot Centre county for the ensuing year: Bellefonte—Win. P. Wilson, Chairman. jtfi&biirp—J. B. Hahn, Uriionville— Geo. Alexander, Hotoard-W. L. Gordon, Phillipsburg—Bohert Lloyd, Benner— Capt. C. Dare, Boggs—Wm. Curtin, Bunmde—Dr. M. Stewart, Curtin—Jacob V. Knoll, .Fav/uson-^-Jos. B. Erb, Gregg— John D. Long, Haines—Dr. P. T. Musser, Half Moon—-Wm. L. Wilson, Ham's -John J. Thompson, Howard—David B. Fletcher, Huston— John J." Thompson, Liberty—Wm. F. Courier, Marion—John Sfcrunk, . .Mite—Col. K. H. Strohecker, Patton—P. B. Waddle, Penn—B. 0. Deininger, Potier—M. L. Leitzel, Bush—Richard Atherton, Snow Shoe—Wm. B. Savage, Spring—Frank Jodon, Taylor—Leonard Merryman, Union—George Ingram, Walker—\ f.Vf. Rogers, Worth—A. K. Barlow. BE ASSESSED. Let every Township Committee gee to it,, that every Republican vote in tlie Towns...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

NATIONAL TICKET FOR PRESIDENT, GEN. U. S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, SCHUYLER COLFAX OF INDIANA * STATETICKET auditoiTgeneeal, GEN.J.F. HARTRANFT OF MOXTGOMEUV COUNTV SURVEYOR GENERAL, GEN. J. M. CAMPBELL, ; jOF CAStBBIA COUNTY. CONGRESS, HON. WM. H. ARMSTRONG, OF I.YCOMN'G COUNTY F0K AsSEJffiLY COL. THEODORE GREGG ofBellefonte. Fon District Attorney, THAD, P. STEPHENS, ofBellefonte. For Commissioner, JAMES C. WLLLIAMS,J of Philipsburg. For Auditor, JOHN H. MITCHELL, of Harris. For County Surveyor, HENRY P- TRCZIYULNY, of Mileshurg. . . , , . ._ , . . , , ¦ ¦ I »» ¦¦¦¦¦! I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

BE OK THE ALERT!!! Republicans of Centre connty, we are reliably informed that W. W. Wallace and the leaders of tho Coppeihead party in this county have commenced colonizing voters. They are reckless men and will resort to any means to carry the election. Last year they used the Coffee-pot. This year they have not only the Coffee-pot, but they have resorted to colonization. Watch them closely. Since writing the above caution, a reliable voter, who does not wish his name published at present, came intp our office and informed us that Mr. Frederick Smith, saloon keeper, on Bishop street, had offered him $5,00 for his vote. Our informant has; heretofore, been a Democrat, but has determined to vote the Republican ticket. Hence the attempt to buy his vote. He says that under Democratic administrations, he got nothing but orders for his work-Now be gets Greenbacks. These, he says, are good enough for him. Will Mr. Smith be kind enough to inform us who hired him to purchase voters ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

"How can the soldiers vote against "Mr. Mackey?" asks the Clinton Democrat, and then goes on to say "When the war broke out, Mr. " Mackey was one of the first men in " thb county to assist Col. Jarrett in "raising his company." &c, &v-That may be all true; but Mr. Mackey was an "Abolitionist" then. What is he now 1 Benedict Arnold once had the confidence of General Washington; yet he betrayed Washington and the,country. You know the result of his treachery. Yon have also, no doubt, read of Judus Iscariot. With his history you are familiar. He betrayed his best frietid and then went out and hung himself. The soldiers might praise Mr. Mackey for what lie did in 18GI, but they hate stragglers and renegades. They now find Mr. Mackey acting with the "Grey" coats, and it calls to theii memories the late "un- Tiie majority in- Maine ia, as l*;u ns.lieard from, 20,317. " pleasantness,'* Benedict Arnold, &c, &c. The soldiers will vote for Hon. Wm. H. Arm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

I. A. MACKEY AHD DOTAL TAXATIOH , The following paragraph we clip from the Centre Hall "Reporter"' of last week. It is not our intention to advertise this little eight by ten sheet, nor to talk its publisher into notoriety; but merely refer to it tor the purpose of showing our readers what the views of Mr. Mackey arc, and to give a" few reasons for his being in favor of "Equal " Taxation." Here is tho item. • "Mackey says all property should be tixed equally, according to tlie value." ' The editor .of. the "Reporter" says so, and we presume he is good Democratic .authority. For this reason we propose to make it the text for.a few remarks, for the benefit of our Democratic, friends. . It is well known by all owners and renters of real estate, thath Ro publican Legislature repealed tho law levying taxes thereon, except the half mill tax which was .assessed to pay the loan of three millions of dollars borrowed during tlie Democratic rebellion to put our State upon a war footing...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

THE CENTEE COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The posters and premium lists for the Annual Exhibition to be held from the 6th to the 9th day of October, inclusive, at the new fair grounds near Bellefonte, have been distributed and are now before the people. Upwards of two thousand dollars have been expended in fitting up these grounds, and in beauty of location andadaptedness to the purposes intended, are unsurpassed by those of any society in the State. Wc call upou citizens not only to come to the exhibition, but to bring with them for exhibition, tho products of their industry—as well products . of 'household manufactures and the mechanic arts, as those of the farm—as well specimens of tho mineral wealth of our county, in its native state,, and specimens of all the implements, machinery and articles of commerce into which it is being converted in our 'own county by the hands of skilled labor. In tliis way, and in this way only, will these exhibitions become what they are desire...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

It is amusing to see how elongated the face of the Edito? of the Watchman has been since the news from Vermont aud Maine has reached his ears. During the war whenever he heard of a Union victory, his face became so long, that ho could have eaten oats out of a churn. He looks just the same way now. Can you draw no consolation Mr. Editor, from Wade Hampton's last rebel ebuliti' on ? Tin-; Watchman has, like Horatio Seymour, got itself into "a sea ot trouble" on the question of "Equal taxation." The farmers cannot understand why their taxes should be double what they are. now. Meek refuses to explain. '' Farmers of Centre, Mr. Meek dare not explain.: His theory is direct taxes and free trade.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

Yesterday morning, when the Copperheads were getting ready to leave Bellefonte fo r tl-.c Celie Hall mass meeting, Mr. John Lute drove into town with a Seymour and Blair Hag upon one horse and a Grant & Colfax flag upon the other. He did not know the dill'erence until an Honest Republican informed him of his mistake. Is he a type of the intelligence that is opposing Grant- and Colfax! if he is not a subscriber to the Watchman he should be. Honest Bem6>cra$sifi.y/oa are ^opposed tocrebels I ralingTn a GoverniaentJtheyfongiAfcft^^Mipg bloody years to destroy, you will' vote the entire: RepublicanTGcketrrwithout a scratch::.; '_t« fisAaJ£r-nu:ia " - "Defend Nothing" is the "rory~'of W. W. Wallace' of coffee-pot notoriety.' -Attack ,tho' demoralized Dciito^ racy, says we,.ni every point. The Republican party 'needs' no defotico:-It defended the. country".! ami .s'ayq'd the 'nation. Its'rocordtis'our'pri.'do.', •The Republican party by its Legislation exempts real es...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

A ISSWiFA&iTSffroJl THEPEO v "Kjii-JHiPias.1": ;ni m: \ $?A -^H^to J&&;:A i An Expose of some of tbo Bare! faced Falsehoods of SoymourPeii

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 September 1868

"« MrJScyniour, in a- speech- .delivered tit Albany^Soptembec«10, -1862;-said,- "the weight of annual taxation will test severely the loyally, bt the" people,of the Noitli-1' svnd in hISletter to 'Mi'/'lngcrsbl, ofiColmectiout, lately, ho says,""th«y must push Hie debt and taxation .upon, the attention ot the people of 'tha^oi-th' ." Imagining that tlio."dobt.'amt taxes'? would, iiightoii-tho people from- th'ch- loyalty, 'uml-tliat the l^opublicaus, wb'uKl' shrink Irbni: their • Qis.cussioiil'.'.Biit.'tliii ffiict Miat. tho' cixormpus taxes imp"6sodjVwa-iioco'ssity, to;muct>'Uie q^eiiscs of-'the ¦^government; during .-alia siiiee: the war tppiit'idown tlio rcbcllipii, iiiauguratodrby! the'. U.eiuocrats, has- bean met•witlj'S,promptue§a..ancl.willingness of UjjJI'lpyal: ' ^^yfinsi^ha^ff, an'y.'i'J'ocH plo'inthc'-w.oild, has iastrinisnetl ithb eii& inies:ofithe':g6veriiiaeiiti.'5ind ;ericcmraged its Iriends, anil \£%^ do ri6t'h'eMfotetb%'olc .flio'subject;fairly'iif...

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