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

FOB PRESIDENT, GEtf. V- s- GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOK VICE-PRESIDENT, SCHUYLER COLEAX OF INDIANA. . statFticket 4UDITOR GENERAL, GEN.J. F. HARTRANFT OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. SURVEYOR GENERAL, GEN. J. M. CAMPBELL £0F CAMBBIA COUNTY. CONGRESS, HON. WM. H. ARMSTRONG of lycoming county. For Assembly, COL. THEODORE GREGG, ofBellefonte. Fob District Attorney, THAD. P. STEPHENS, ofBellefonte. For Commissioner, JAMES C.WILLIAMS,: of Philipsburg. For Auditor, JOHN H. MITCHELL, of Harris. For Count? Surveyor, HENRY P. TRCZIYTJLNY ofMilesburg. TJNIOH EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. The following named gentlemen constitute the Union Executive Committee of Centre county for the ensuing year: Bellefonte—Wm. P. Wilson, Chairman Milesburg—J. B. Halm, Uniomille—Geo. Alexander, Howard—~W. L. Gordon, Phillipsburg—Robert Lloyd, Bemier—Capt. C.Dare, Boggs—Wm. Curtin, Burnside—Dr. M. Stewart, Curtin—Jacob V. Knoll, Ferguson—Jos. B. Erb, Gregg— John D. Long, Haines—Dr. P. T. Musser, Half Moon—Wm....

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

BE ASSESSED. Let every Township Committee see to it, that every Republican vote in the Township is Assessed. Every Republican voter who knows that he is not Assessed should go at once to the Assessor in person and have it don6. Republicans Work! Work!' Work!!! A glorious victory awaits you. Republicans.—Your attention is hereby called to the fact that there will be a grand Republican Meetin" in the Court House in Bellefonte, O J on Friday evening, Oct. 9th, Maj. A.M. Hancock of Maryland, and Gen. E. Hinks. of Massachusetts will certainly be present and address the meeting. Citizens of Centre county irrespective of party come and hear the truth. Just as we go to press, we leain from a reliable source that Judge Barrett has declined being a candidate for Judge. This leave's Mr. Mayer witohutany opposition. Can not the Republican Conferees assemble and place in nomination a good man. Remember—That all through the fearful struggle for the Old Flag and the perpetuity of the Union...

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

Gen. Dix—The noble and patriotic War Democrat, who said: "If any man attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot," has come out iu a letter declaring in favor of Grant and Colfax. Such true men and soldiers as Gen. Dix will not, and cannot support Seymour and Blair, nor march under the Confederate flag. The Democrats of New York city are holding meetings, calling upon their ^ comrades to follow the example of *^en. Dix, and declare for Grant and Colfax. The work goes gloriously on.

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

A FEW PLAIH T2TTTHS FOB BEIXECTING MEN. Why is it that nearly everything connected with the war is denounced by the democracy and the rebels 1 Why is it that the rebels in the South and the Democrats in the North, unite in support of Seymour and Blair? They tell you that the reconstruction acts are null and void, yet Chief Justice Chase, in his charge to a jury in West Virginia, recognized them as the Supreme law of the land. Every man who loaned money to the government, in its hour of peril, and took its bonds therefor, is now denounced as a "bloated bondholder" cheat and swindler. Thousands of those who sided with Jeff Davis and his "cut-throats," said these bonds, as well as greenbacks, would become worthless as rags, and they are doing their best to make them so. In this the Northern democrats and Southern traitors agree to the letter. The U. S. bonds, like our State bonds, bounty bonds and many other evidences of debt, were taken with the law that they were to be free f...

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

HON- Wm. H. ABHSTKORG. Republicans of Centre are you at •work ? Have yon determined to elect Wm H. Armstrong to Congress by over 3000 majority 1 It can be done just as easily as to give him 2000. All that is required, is, that every Republican does his whole duty. Mr. Armstrong is a fi"st class mah intellectually, morally, religiously His head is right. His heart is right, and his hand and his purse are ever open to aid in the promotion of every good cause, and for charitable purposes at home and abroad. He is especially the friend of the working man, giving employment to more men in a single year, than his com. petitor has done in all his long life. Mr. Armstrong is beloved and esteraed by all wWkuow him, and.the more intimately he is known the' more is he estemed and appreciated. With such a man to represent this District in Congress, the interests of the people will be advanced, and the cause of Liberty and Justice will find an advocate true and tried—firm as the everlasting ...

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

A DEMOCRATIC EEAGGAKI' BLT7FFED. Mr. P. Gr^y Meek, of the Democratic Watchman, Bellefonte, as our readers remember, declared some time since that there were within a circle of two miles within that borough, forty-three men. who have voted the Republican ticket, but who are now resolved to vote the Democratic ticket. We offered to niake Meek a present of a pair of boots if he published the names of forty-three men within such a distance from Bellefonte, who had voted for Lincoln or Geary and who are now resolved to vote for Seymour. This was rejected, and a bet of $o00 offered by Meek on the subject. As we are not; gamblers, we of course declined Meek's gaming proposition; but it seems the Messrs. Kinsloe, proprietors of the Bellefonte Na-. tional, offered to take Meek at his own word,'but the braggart shrank from the bet, quibbling, prevaricating and wriggling out of his own of-' fer. Of course we knew Meek was indulging the meriest,' trashiest kind of buncomb, when he made the ...

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

Read the letter of General Dix. Who will doubt his Democracy ? Three cheers for Gen. Dix and all such loyal Democrats. Why does not the Watchman publish this purely Democratic letter ? We pause for a reply. . • EDITORIAL BBEVETIES. Low—P. G. Meek's hopes of success. High—The hopes of Col. Theo. Gregg. Long—Meek's face since the Maine election. Impossible—For the Watchman to tell the truth. Short—The articles in the Watchman explaining equal taxation. Cool Impudence—P. G. Meek asking the "Boys in Blue;" "Lincoln's hirelings" to vote for him. Think op It.—Farmers, Workingmen, and Mechanics, if you vote for P. G. Meek, you endorse his treasonable course during the war. Shorter—The articles in the Watchman praising Gen. Grant and the Boys in Blue for saving the country from Democratic rebels. Shortest—The articles in the Watchman explaining the revolutionary letter of Frank P. Blair, and the secret-hidden treason of Horatio Seymour. Remember—War Democrats and Loyal men, that eve...

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

A correspondent of the Chicago ' Tribune, who resides at Plato, Ky., relates a horrible outrage committed by the Kn-Klux in that village on the 19th inst. The latter visited the house of a man named Cummins, who killed one of the Ku-Klux in the contest that ensued, when Cummins and his daughter were both killed by the Ku-Klux. After they had killed Cummins, his daughter, who was lamenting over his dead body, was shot by one of the gang, who turned over the dead man's body, fired at it, and remarked that "another d—d Abolitionist was out of the road."

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

The list of accounts owing by the various savings banks of New York city show that the largest number in the list are: 1. Females living out to service. 2. Laborers. 3. Seamstresses. 4. Clerks. 5. Mechanics. G. Male waiters. 7. Cartmen. These depositors are all alike interested in United States securities; in which their savings have teen, invested, GETTERAL DIX-«¦ Letter to a Friend in Hew York—His Opinion of Horatio Seymour—His Election Would be a Calamity—Only Safety for the Country the Election of General Grant. Gen. Dix, American Minister to France, has sent the following letter to a friend in New York. It was not written for publication, but the gentleman to whoniit was addressed has consented to give it to the public: Paris, September 4, 18G8. Dear Sir :—It was my hope that my distance from home would have saved me from all participation in political excitement prevailing there ; but I notice in one of the newspapers that I am "heart and hand with Mr. Sey.nour." I am ...

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

Rebel enthusiasm in Georgia for Seymour and Blair has culminated in a murderous attack on a body of unarmed men, supporters of Grant and Colfax, marching to the place appointed for holding a meeting, and the killing and wounding of seventyfive loyal citizens. Precisely what next to expect, depends upon the view taken of this transaction. If this is not rebellion we know not what to call it. If this is the acquiescence promised by Gen. Lee and his paroled associates, then the less we have of it the better. We have a notion, however, that the general verdict will be that it proves that wc need just such a man as Grant is at the head of affairs; and we conclude that the great body of the voting public, not really opposed to the Union, will look upon the murderous transaction as affording reason enough why, to a man, they should join hands in placing Gen. Grant there.

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

Intelligent voters of Centre county ! When Democrats talk to you of the National debt and heavy taxes, ask them who rebelled against the the Government and forced the debt and taxes upon the country ? When they tell you of our ruined commerce and our idle ships, ask them who the pirate Semmes was ? Ask them who issued letters of marque and reprisal, sending out the pirate Semmes and others to drive our commerce off the seas? Point to Jeff. Davis, Alexander H. Stephens, Gov. Vance, Cobb, Forrest, Wade Hampton, and a host of other rebel Democrats who are now working and shouting for Seymour arid Blair. VALUE 0? BEADING. The following should receive the careful attention of every parent, as well as every young man in the country: "A child beginning to read becomes delighted with newspapers, because he reads of names and things whiuh are very familiar, and he will make a progress accordingly. A newspaper in one year, is worth a quarter's schooling to a child, and every father must...

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

TREMENDOUS Stock of Horse X Blankets, Buffalo Eobcs, and Buckskin Gloves at - KWOS BURNSIDE & THOMAS'. TCOR SALE.—The residence of -L Judge Shalor, on tlie eirncr of Allegheny and Howard streets, containing twelve rooms, finished attic, hot and ciidd v.'ater in bath room, kitchen aud wash house, gas, furnace, range and b'.'ick smoke house. Lot 0!) by 220 feet, good stable, chicken yard and garden. House recently refitted. Terms easy. Apply to WM. 3?. REV - >I(JljDS, or on the premises. oct2-'Jt

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

PATENT OFFICES.— Inventors X who wish to take out Letters Pattent are advised to counsel with MUXN ei CO., Editors of the Scienlijia American, wild have prosecuted claims before the Patent Of!iee for over Twenty Years. Their American and European Patent Agency is the most extensive in the world—Charges less than any other reliable agency. A Pamphlet containing full instructions to inventors is sent gratis. A handsome. Hound volume, containing 130 Mechanical engravings, and the United states Census by Counties, with Hints and Receipts for Mechanics, mailed on receipt of 25 cents. Address, MUJSN & CO,. oci2-tf 37 Park Eow.X.Y.

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

THE BLESSING OF PERFECT JL SIGHT can only bo obtained by using PERFECT SPECTACLES The difficulty of procuring which is well known MESSRS. LAZARUS & MORRIS, OCULISTS AND OPTICIANS, HARTFORD, CONN. Manufacturers ol tho Celebrated PERFECTED SPECTACLES have after j-ears of experience, experiment and the erection of costly machinery, been enabled to produce that GRAND DESIDEUATUJI, PERFECT SPECTACLES which have been sold with unlimited satisfaction to tho wearers in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and British Provinces during the past nine years. ' Those Celebrated Perfected Spectacles never tire tho eye, aud last many years without change. G. W. PATTON DEAI.EK IN JEWELRY, WATCHES, ETC., Sole Agent for Belleionte, Pa., from whom only, they can be procured. VST WE EMPLOY NO PEDLAES. •%& Oct. 2, '0S-Jy. . , , . ,

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

pERMANTOWN TELEGRAPH. A FAMILY AND AN AGRICULTURAL JOURNAL, devoted to choice Literature, including Poetry' Novelettes, Tales, and Moral and entertaining Reading, generally. In the Literary Department we shall present tho choicest varieties within the reach of our extended means. The Novelettes, Tales, Poetry, etc., shall bo supplied from the best and highest sources, and be cqtutl to anything to be found in any journal or magazine. Agriculture and Horticulture, embracing Farming, Gardening, Fruit-Raising, etc. Onr labors in this department for over thirty years have met the cordial approbation of the public. Our purpose has been to furnish useful and reliable information upon these very important branches of industry and to protect them so far as within our power against the false doctrines and selfish purposes of tho many empirics and sensation adventurers by which the farmer is incessantlv assailed. This portion of the Germaiilmeti idtgraph is alone worth the price of subscri...

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

THE PHRENOLOGICAL JOURi NAL and LIFE ILLUSTRATED, is a first class Monthly, specially devoted to the "Science of Man." Contains Phrenology and Physiognomy with all the "signs of character, and how to read them;" Ethnology, or the Natural History of Man in all his relations of Life; Practical Articles on Phvsiology, Diet, Exercise and the Laws of Life and Health. Portraits, Skctcheo and Biographies ot the leading Men and Women of tho World, are important features. Much "eueral ;md useful information on the leading tonics of tho day is given. It is intended to be the most interesting and instructive Pictorial Family Magazine Published. ' jLVkm« -VNew Volume, the J9th, commences with the January Number. Published Monthly, in quarto iorm, at §3 a year, in advmce Sample numbers sent by first post, 30 cents. Clubs of ten or more, S2 each per copy, and an extaa copy to agent. We are now offering the most liberal premiums over [riven for clubs, for 1S(». Inclose stamp for list. Address, S...

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

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

CAUTION.—All persons are cautioned against meddling with a certain Grey Horse, now in the possession of James H. Galer, as it is only left with him on loan for the benefit of my house as a tavern, to run to tho station and back. EDWAED WILLIAMS. Philipsburg, Pa., Sept. 28, 'C8-10:2:-3t#

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

LEGAL NOTICES BY virtue of an order from the Orphars' Court of Centre county, there will be exposed to public sale, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, Oct. 14th 1868. at 10 o'clock, a. m., the following property: A certain Farm containing 7S acres, situate in Bald Eagle Valley, about two miles above Unionville and ten miles above Bellefonte, (through which tho Bald Eagle Valley Railroad passes.) Late property of Jacob Downing dee'd. It is bounded on the north by land of George Hoover, on the west by Joseph Miles' heirs, on the south by Bald Eagle creek, and on tho east by L. C. Peters and P. Holt, on which is erected a good two story Dwelling House, with a well of good water at tho door ; a largo Bank Barn and other out buildings; a good Apple orchard, Peach tiecs, and a variety of Cherry and Plumb trees in bearing condition. The buildings and Orchard are situate on an elevated piece of ground, making it altogether a desirable residence and situation. Teriis op Sale.—One-half of...

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

TN THE ORPHAN'S COURT OF X Centre count!'. In the matter of the estate of William JUaily, dee'd., the undersigned an Auditor appointed by said Court to hear the exceptions filed to the account of Jonathan McWilliams, .Executor, audio settle and adjust the same, will attend to the duties of his appointment at his office in Bellefonte, on Tuesday, November 10th, ISOS, at 1 o'clock, p. m, at winch time and place all parties interested may attend if they see proper. A B HENDERSON, 9 25 4t Auditor. TN THE COURT OF COMMON X Picas of Centre county. Smith, Seltzer ei Co. vs. D. W. Zeigler. The undersigned, an Auditor appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of Centre county, to distribute the money now iu court arising out of the sale of the personal property of D W Zeigler, will attend to the duties of his appointment at his office in Bellefonte, at 1 o'clock p. m., on Tuesday, the 20th day of October, A. D. 1SUS. JOHN G. LOVE, ! )254t Auditor. TN THE COURT OF COMMON A Pleas of Centre ...

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