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

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

it will pay to look at our^tock -and learn the prises Again we cordially invite's you to call. NO. FOUR BUSH'S ARCADE i'r •.I- ".' raV.. -.-.-.--. -5~-^G-EO.;W.=-FAIftEaji Co;?-- Come and see us. If you don't wish to buy CLOTH AND CASSJMERES.> Also a largo stock- of Ready ;mado Clothing Come and seo ns. If vou don't wish to hn\ &Smvy ^ y,.AA^A HOWELL, GlMilUlYJ) & CO., ..•;._: . .. .:.A.z-.: ¦ .1 ii.-,l..-..l!s,-: : ¦ - .-, .,..L - ..-. ;•-, •••;--;; AND- '¦ ¦ '; '; a - ;S^E^yOTm-MQ^E^ • ;v;:Rf.BUYING..c^:;.- .<.•..-: sprWganii Summer DRy GOODS, 7 7 BOOTS " AND VSHOESV ,;; ;' , I ' ¦ I a. i i ju't ' ...'xfA'Ciil} HATS AND CAPS,.

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

W ¦ IP I P DEMOCRATIC ALPHABET. A—Andersonville, a place where the.Demo cratic rebels starved 12,000 Union " prisoners to death.' B—Bull Run, the name of a battle field vyhere the Democratic rebels defeated the Union soldiers; the anniversary of this battle is always a source of joy to the Democrats. Beauregard, a good Democrat, who wrote to the rebel Democratic Secretary of War at Richmond, in 1862, that it was time to hoist the black flag and kill the Union prisoners by the garrote. C—Canada, an English province, from where raids weremade into the United States by Democratic rebels. Ciiambersburg; a town in Pennsylvania, which was nearly burned down by Democratic rebels under McGausland. D—Jeff Davis, the head of the Democratic rebellion. Fort Donelson, where U. S. Grant made his first speech to the Democrats who were in possession of that place. E—Emissaries were sent during the rebellion by the Democrats to France and England to persuade those governments to help destroy o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

TIMES PAST AND PRESENT. The Democrats continue to harp on the declaiation that farmers, mechanics and laborers are taxed, directly or indirectly —in short with such grievous burdens that poverty is staring nine-tenths of these classes in the face. There may be some silly people who have persuaded themselves that this copperhead falsehood has at least a shade of existence, but as wo have generally supposed there is intelligence and common sense enough in a majority of our people to know better, we have seldom deemed it necessary to reply to such idle gasconade. We now propose to give a few facts, from which every one can draw his own conclusions. First, we refer to the U. S. assessor's list for proof that hardly one farmer in ten pays a direct tax. Second, the value of lands has of late years increased from 50 to 150 percent. Third," this increase was caused by the demand for produce, which stimulated cultivation, and in consequence every farmer who worked and managed well made m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

YOUNG MEN ! Who are about, casting your first votes, do you ever read History ? If you do, how can you vote for Seymour and Blair ? Their sentim6nfs are precisely the same as those held by the father of the late rebellion, John C. Calhoun. Consequently had you lived in the days of General Jackson,.you would have been a nullifier. Had-you lived iu the days of the revolution what would you have been ? To be a Democrat, you must advocate democratic principles. - The first of these principles is that a majority of the people, shall rule ; and second, that Congress represents the people. In neither of those doctrines do the present leaders of the party, which styles itself democratic, believe. Seymour for the sake of slavery was wil ling that the Union should bo destroyed. Blair, more unscrupulous still, talks of playing the despot and tyrant, and destroying Congress by the aid of an army. There is besides other food for reflation. Ask yourself how it comes that nearly every rebel no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

Repudiation.—Pomeroy, editor of the La Crosse Democrat and New York Democrat, stands high in the estimation of the Democracy. Hear him : "Brick Pomwoy has an intelligible national theory. He says !- 'This financial problem is too big a thing to be handled, except in one way. This whole debt has got to bj sponged out."'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

, Mlscelluncons. The Corry Telegraph wants lady compositors. The civil war in Japan la deemed virtually at an end. New Haven, Mass., paid $140,000 for its schools last year. Land is sold in Iowa at from five to eighteen dollars per acre. Ground has been broken to build the Oregon Central railroad. The New "York bricklayers' co-operative movement promises well. Fifty gentlemen at Bloomsburg engaged in a banting match on Saturday. Jacob Forsythe, esq., an enterprising merchant of Pittsburg, is dead. Peter Herdic has the contract for the Home and Foreign Items Nicholson pavement at Williamsport. The seal in use by the United States Treasury Department was never legalized Boston has resolved to erect a $10,000 statue to the memory of John A. Andrew. The Western Union Telegraph line will erect 6,000 miles of wire before December. John Fasy, said to be the fastest typesetter in Philadelphia, died on the 21st ult. The dedication of the new Lutheran Church of New Berlin, Union county,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

Political. During the rebellion'Seymour preferred slavery to his country. The rebellion crushed and slavery dead, the country has no need of Seymour. A letter from Burlington, Vt., closes as follows: "Business is at a stand still here. We are all busy burying Democrats. Shall finish in November." An Oregon paper offers as an explanation of the sentence, "S. T.—1860.—X," the following: Democracy the S-aine T-hing as in 1860—X-actly. The Vermont and Maine boys seem to have a "policy"—the "policy" of laying out Cops and Rebels. A-hem! Did you hear anything drop ? In order to keep the Copperhead stump speakers within proper bounds the wise men propose to have Radical reporters at tend their meetings. In a Democratic procession in Washington, last week, was a banner inscribed, "Seymour holds no bonds." The procession was mostly made up of rebels./ "Defend nothing!" is the cry of the ;demoralized Democracy. "Defend everything !" say we, "our country—our past—our policy. Our record is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

State ITens. The Berks county fair is a success. The Monnogahela river is high. Miss Josie Orton, the actress, will soon leave Philadelphia for New Orleans. Tyrone has completed a new school house. A farmers' club has been organized in Catharine township, Blair county. It is said that four hundred oil wells aro being sunk in Pennsylvania. A lodge of Knights of Pythias has been organized at Johnstown. Philadelphia sent two million gallons of petroleum to Europe last week. Fire company No. 3, of Wflkesbarre will make an excursion to Allentown t month. Conemaugh station has been erected into a borough, under the name of East Conemaugh. The Erie city council has accepted bids for a Nicholson pavement, a wrought iron bridge and an engine house. The Vigilant steam fire company of Altoona will attend the Blair county' fair on the 8th of October. On Friday morning last E. A. Barnitz & Bro.'s jewelry store at York was burglariously entered and $2,800 worth of watches, chains, rin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

Facetite. The height of impudence—taking -/nelter from the rain in an umbrella shop. Affected young lady, seated in a rocking chair, reading the Bible, exclaimed: ".Mother, here is a grammatical error in the Bible.'" Mother, lowering her spectacles and approaching the reader in a very scrutinizing attitude, says: "Kill it! kill it! It is the very thing that has been eating the leaves and book-marks!" A Wisconsin paper publishes an appeal by a young lady for a situation as teacher, in which she says : "I was eddicated in one of our leading female seminaries & have my ccrtifikates, and so feel it my duty to teach somewheres, and if yoa can assist me, please rite and let me no, and He get reddyatonct. Never be so rude as to say to a man "There is the door; but say, "elevate your golgotha to the summit of your pericranium, but allow me to present to your occular demonstration that scientific piece of mechanism which constitutes the cress portion of this apartment." A physica...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

BUSINESS CAMPS. BOYD HENDERSON, . Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office northeast corner of the Diamond. 9.4:'0S. WH. LA.TJBIMER, . Attorney at Law, Dcllefonte, Pa. Office with the district Attorney, in the Court House. 9:4:'tiS. OK VIS & ALEXANDER, Attorneys at Law, Bcllefonto, Pa. Office In Conrad House, Allegheny St. 9:4:'U8. JG. LOVE, . Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office with Adam Hov, two doors helow the Press Building, High Street. 9:4;'G8. SD. GRAY, . Attorney at Law. Bellefonte, Pa. Office withA-O.Furst, Esq. 9:4.'6S. LINN & FTTRST, Attorneys at Law, BelIcfonte,VPa. 9:4:'CS. MCALLISTER & BEAVER, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. fl.4:'GS. T HAD. P. STEPHENS, Attorney at Law. Office on corner of Allegheny and High streets, Bellefonte. 9:4:'G3. WILSON & HUTCHINSON, Attorneys at Law,-.Bellefonte, Centre county, Pa. Collections, and nil other legal business, in Centre and adjoining counties, promptly attended to. Office in Blanchards' Law...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

c?> (Si ^0ctrg nvfo f^thciions, [From tho Utica Herald. BEFORE, DURING, SINCE. BY A PATRIOT. Though thon that art betrayed do feel th< treason sharply, yet tho traitor stands in. worst case of woe—Shakspearc. TRAiTOK.^-One who, in tho breach, of trust delivers his trust to its enemy. One who betrays his trust Webster. When Southrons in their cherished hate, Resolved on separation, And claimed that every Federal Stato Was, in itself, a nation, "Where stood Horatio Seymour 1 And when they caused wide-spread alarms, By their assumed transeendance, And madly sought, by force of arms, To gain their independence, What said Horatio Seymour ? And when "Old Abe," tho President, Most kindly did apprise them, If they did not at once repent He surely should chastise them, "What did Horatio Seymour 1 And when at length the war began, And patriots ieared and trembled, Which was the party—who the man, That in that hour dissembled 'I Was it Horatio Seymour ? And when New York wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

THE ARGUMENTS OF A GERMAN EEPUBIICAST. To the Editor oj The Fhila. Press Srit: Allow me to publish, through your respected paper, a few arguments, and let zae entitle the first : IKISU5IEX VOIINQ THE DE5IOCRATIC TICKET ARE TEAITOES TO THEIH NATIVE COUNTRY, We all know that Democrats speak against our present high tariff. The cherished principles of Democracy are either free trade, or at least a moderate tariff. But, according to the official Custom-house reports of last year, wo have sent about §400,000,000 in gold to Europe for imports, and the money chiefly went to England. " If our tariff were lower, say half, the rate of importing would be higher, and consequently wc would send 600 to 800 millions dollars in gold to England. Consider now, that these 400 ^ millions of dollars in American gold are sent out of this country, they flow directly into the pockets of English manufacturers. English manufacturese pay their taxes into the English treasury The English treasury builds with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

Scarcely a laboring man, artisan, mechanic, servant girl, or even poor washwoman, who had saved fifty or a hundred dollars, by hard work, that did not loan it to the Government during the rebellion. Horatio Seymour, although known to be a man of fortune, openly admits that he never loaned the Government a dollar! And shall such an one as he be elevated to the first office in the people's gift, over and against General Grant, who risked his life and kjs all for tho preservation of his country ? Heaven forbid!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

The statement that General Dix repudiates Seymour and the Democratic platform has been confirmed by recent ad« vices from Paris. The New York Times correspondent at Paris, under date of September 4th says: "He thinks Mr. Seymour's want of firmness would involve the country in fresh difficulties, and that a repudiation of .any portion of the public debt would be a violation of the public faith, equally unjustifiable and disgraceful to us as a nation."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

W.vsnmaTox fought and won the battles of the Revolution, and was made President. Jackson fought and won the battles of the second War for Independence, and was made President. Taylor fought and won our battles in the war with Mexico, and was made President. Grant fought and won our battles in the overthrow of the slaveholders' rebellion, and why should he be made an exception to the rule ? J3e won't be!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

"Honesty is the best policy." This is good as far as it goes, but it don't go a great ways ra>w-a-days. . ..1 •-'''••

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

.--.-«*. — -.--~n-'- BUSINESS CARDS. BELLEFONTE IRON FOTJN DRY. TODD & DUNCAN, Bellefonte, Centre county, Pcnn'a. Furnishers of Grist and Saw Mill Machinery, Flour packers, Sniuttcrs, Todd's Patent TURBINE WATER WHEELS, Ecjual to Overshota, and Circular Saw Milis, with Todd's Improved Patent Feed Work and Past's Patent Head Blocks, for Circular and Mulay Saw Mills, which se,s hoth ends at once, avoids turning tho slah in making the last cut, and avoids variation in thickness in sawing hoards hy the setting of careless'hands. Cast Iron frames furnishedwlien preferred, and Self-Oiling hoxes. 7; 1; '08. AKERY & CONFECTIONERY! The subscriber would respectfully intmeo the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinily, ihthfa ia prepared to furnish, every day, FRESH BREAD, Cakes of all kinds,] Pics, &c, &c, CANDIES, SPICES, NUTS, EPvUITS,

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