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

TN THE MATTER OF THE ES-1 TATE OF JACOB HOUSER, late of Harris townsnip, dee'd. The undersigned appointed by tho Orphan's Court of Centre county, an Auditor to make distribution of the balance in the bands of Geo. E. Wasson, and Wm. Thompson,'.administrators of said estate, to and among those legally enti tied thereto, will meet the parties interested at his office on Tuesday, the 27th day of October, next, at 1 o'clock, P. M. JAS. H. RANKIN, 9 11' t3 Auditor. TN THE MATTER OF THE ES-1 TAT£ OF WILLIAM H. COOKE. In the Orphans' Court of Centre Countv, August Term, 1SGS. The undersigned, appointed by the Court, an auditor in the above case, "to hear and dispose of the exceptions to the accounts of Robt. Cooke, Executor, tiled July 3rd 1SC2, and July 21th ISOS, and make distribution of the balance iu the hands of the accountant, amongst the parties legally entitled to receire the same," will attend to the duties of his appointment, at his oflice, in Bellefonte, on Friday, October 1...

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

GENERAL ELECTION PROCU LAMATION. Whereas, in and by an net of the General Assembly of tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "an act relating to tho election of this commonwealth," approved the 2d dav of July. A. D. 1S39, I D. Z. KLINE, high Phcriffof the county of Centre, Pennsylvania, do hereby make known and give notice to the electors of the county aforesaid, that a general election will be held in the county of Centre, on tho SECOND TUESDAY (13th) of OCTOBER, 18BS, at which time the following persons arc to be elected. One Person as Auditor General of 'Pennsyl- . One person as Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. One person for President Judge of tho 25th Judicial district. One person to fill the office of Representative in Congress, from 13th district. One peraun to fill the oflice of member of the House of Representatives, to represent tho county of Centre in the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania. One person for District Attorney of Centre county. One person for C...

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

On the 26th ult, we learn from our telegraphic dispatches, that two more companies of troops were sent from Washington, D. C, to Tennessee, to prevent the'rebel, supporters of Seymour and Blair from murdering Union men in cold blood. Great God! has it come to this? Soldiers, is this what you fought for 1 Has the war been fought in vain ? Did those three hundred thousand soldiers who laid down their lives that the nation might live, die in vain ? Shall the parolled rebel prisoners of the South, who are now for Seymour and Blair, and their, sympathizers in the North, crush out free speech and the Union men of the South? Patriots of Centre, answer at the oolls!

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

XTOTICE.—A meeting of theDirec-XI tors of the Boalsburg and Bellefonte Turnpike Boad Co.. at the Brockcrhoit' House, on the 1st Monday of November. oct.2 'G3-tm MOSES THOMPSON, Sec.

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.

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

Till NATIONAL. ffyOrjktmr'.cs longer than 5ve lines muit be paid for at tlio rate of c^lij escts per Vine. All Society resolutions whatever, ecwauJiieatioas ream mcatling candidatca for office, must ke paid roa is adtasce, at'tlic rate ol Ertecn cents per line, or cot l:e publiaheiL-^ LOCAL NEWS. The Engineer Corps liave commenced surveying the route for the Bellefonte and Lewistown Railroad. Let every body cspec" ially the fanners in Pennsvallcy take stock freely in this road, and we will guarantee its speedy completion.

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

Opened.—In consequence of having no school house the free schools of the Borough are not in session; but subscription schools are numerous aud well attended. There is a school over our sanctum, one opposite our sanctum, aud three or four other schools that we have not yet learned where they are held. o New Restaukast.—H. Bearing & Co., have opened a new restaurant in the room formerly occupied by Mrs. H. McAlister as a Bakery and Confectionery. Mr. Behring proposes to keep constantly on hand bottled Ale and Porter. A free lunch will be given evory day between the hours of 10 and 12 o'clock a. m., also, every Saturday evening. Mr. Behring is a clever fellow and deserves success.

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

The Pair Gkoitxds, are nearly ready for the grand display that we hope will be made nest week by the farmers of Centre County. The race course is completed. The buildings are nearly finished. Tl.e/t are large and commodious. We hope oiu"[ farmers will bring their horses, colts, cattle slice]), hogs, specimens of grain, and al kinds of fruit. We hope to see tho ladies department filled to overflowing. In slior we hope to see one of the grandest displays and one of the largest county fairs ever held in this county.

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

Mn. Isaac Haupt has at his Foundry and Machine Shop, in Bellefonte the Great Ventilator and improved self-feeding and Base burning Parlor Coal Stove. Speers Gas burning parlor stove ; Speers Antidust Gas-burning csok stove ; Speers new Obictilar Gas burning parlor stove ; (east irou cylinder) also numerous other stoves the very best in tho market. It is the fixed determination of Messrs. Haupt & Co., not to be excelled either in the character or choepness of their stoves, or in any other articles kept by them for -.ale. JToxt week nearly everybody will visit the county fair. We hope you will not fail to call at Mr. Haupt, near the Bellefonte Depot and satisfy yourselves that he cannot be beaten either in price or quality.

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

veiu" cheerfully do we oblige a friend and correspondent who writes. "Will you print this little hymn in your Gossip Column for the beneSt of children? I learned it from my teacher's lips thirty years ago, and never saw it in print. Perhaps some good mother will commit it and teach it to such of her little ones as cannot yet read: I'm not ioo young for God to sea; He knows my name, and nature, too, And all the day he looks at me And sees my actions throughand through. lie listens to the words I speak, . And knows the thoughts I have within; And whether I'm at work or play He's sure to see me if I sin. Then why should children tell a lie Or curse, or swear, or steal, or light, When they remember God is nigh, And always has them iu his sight ? Whene'er I wish to do amiss. However pleasant that may be ; I'll always try to think of this ' I'm not loo young for God to see. o Piuxcetos" College.—Doctor M'Cosh, the eminent Scotch divine, who has recently been elected President of this ...

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

Republican Meetings—The People of Old Centre fully Akoused.—A large and enthusiastic Republican meeting was held at Wallace's Run on Saturday evening, September 10. The political issues were fully and ably discussed by S. D. Gray, esq., and A. B. Hutchison. Mr. Gray was the first speaker, and iu an able speech explained the Reconstruction Acts of Congress. lie was followed by Mr. Hutchison, who explained the question of Bonds, National Banks, and Taxation, aud showed conclusively that the DemocraMc party was responsible for the war, for the National debt, the taxes, and for the lives of more than three hundred thousand brave men, who lost their lives m putting. down the late Democratic-Slave-holders-Rebelilon. Mr. Hutchison is a most excellent speaker, and handles the questions of this campaign in an able and statesman-like manner. The people of Boggs township are awake and fighting manfully for the cause of liberty and Union. But the best of all is, Democrats are daily joining ...

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

Okgan Dedication.—The new and large pipe Organ of the St. John's Reformed Church at Boalsburg will be dedicated on Sunday the 11th of October. Service to commence at 10 A.M. aud to be conducted in both languages. The public are respectfully invited to attend. MOEE ABOUT THE DEMOCRATIC MEETINGS—THEY Peove to be Regular Fizzles.—We have not been able to receive full reports of all the Democratic meeting, held in this County since our last issue; nor have wc been able to get a full report of the"great mass meeting at Centre Hall" on Thursday the 25th inst. It rained all day, notwithstanding a goodly number of voters, boys and women turned out and were dreuened to the skin. There being no house large enough to hold the people, we understand that they assembled in the stable connected with the Hotel (ie as many as could get in) and were addressed by L. A. Mackey and Gen. McCandless. Some time during the day they raised a hickory pole. They should have raised a Palmetto pole as it w...

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

Whipped Traitors know what a Democratic victory in Pennsylvania would mean. There is not a traitor in the South but prays for the election of Ent and Boyle, because they all know that a victory for Democracy in the Keystone State in October, will make Pennsylvania sure for Seymour and Blair in November, in which event; the following would be realized as rebel faith in Northern Democrats : "Comrades, brother ! year after year you bore the Confederate flag through fire and tempest, and upon more than two hundred battle fields covered it with glory. Your impsrisnable glories are entrenched in tho impregnable fortresses of the past, and no power can dim their effulgence. What though pour flag went down bathed in woman's consecrated tears, and baptized in the best blood of tho nation ? the DEitO CEATIC TARTY OFFERS THE JIOST IIOXOEABLE TERMS. IT EXDOKCES PliBTCIPLES FOR WHICH YOU BATTLED."—From a speech tlelivered by Gen. Cullen A. Battle, of the Confederate army, iu Mobile, at the D...

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

What Grant and Colfax will receive, is indicated by Horace Greeley, after a full survey of all the ground to be traveled over between this and the November election. He says 1. Grant and Colfax will probably receive tho electoral votes of from twentyfour to. twenty-eight States. 2. Grant and Colfox will be elected whether New Tork votes Republican or not. 3. Seymour and Blair are sure to carry two States, are likely to carry six, and may even carry ten. But the last figures are improbable. And now, Friends of Freedom, Union and Peace everywhere, all these figures are based on the assumption that the truth will encourage you to industry, not lull you to slumber. We state our actual strength for this campaign. It remains for you to use it. Shirk no labor. Stick at no sacrifice. Halt at no obstacles. In the indomitable spirit of your great leader, "keep pegging away," antl in November you may expect about the result we have set forth.

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

C. Xj. Bore, who stumped New Hampshire and Connecticut for the Democracy, talks in this wise in the Old Guard: "A hundred men of the pluck and patriotism of Wilkes Booth, at the start of these terrible, despotisms, would have saved our country. The moment any man begins to play the despot he forfeits his right to life. Just as many days as these infamous tyrants (Grant, Sherman, Schofield and the Radical members of Congress) have lived since they began their despotism, have they lived too long."

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

The Democratic leaders, since the election returns of Vermont and Maine have come in so heavily for Grant and Colfax, have- given up all idea of carrying Pennsylvania for Seymour and Blair, but have determined to keep up the fight and make the best show they can in order to elect as many Congressmen as possible. It is no use gentlemen, the honest farmers and tax payers of the country will not.act nor vote with the unrepentent rebels of the South—Wade Hampton, Forrest, Cobb, & Co.

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

Soldiers of Centre county, how can you vote for P. G. Meek, who, while you were fighting the battles of your country, could find no epithet mean enough to apply to you ? "Lincoln hirelings," "murderers," "cutthroats,*' "robbers/' "Lincoln's thieves," &c, are some of Meek's pet epithets for the soldiers. Will you support him'? GROCERIES, such as Sugars, Syrops, Lagura and Bi» Coffees, Rice, Tobacco, Spies?, Imperial, Young Hyson, and Oolong 'Pea, for rale bj STERNBERG BRANDBIS. BARGAINS. JJ A largo lot of Sash, Doors. Flooring, Moulding, i&c, will be sold below the regular Planing .Mill price, fur cash. A S VALXNT1NE, 9 25 3t E JI VALENTINE. WANTED. ' i One hundred Tons of Oats or Barley Straw at the Glass Works. Also one hundred cords good seasoned wood. 9 IS tf A. MEETING -£*• Of the board of School Directors of Spring township, will be held Oct. 3d, 1808, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of hiring teachers. Salary, $40.00 per mouth for four months.

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

A CTIVE AND EFFICIENT AGENTS WANTED, in this County for tho UNION MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY. Claiming, as this Company does, sumo advantages peculiar to itself) Agents are afforded an easy and successful method for stcuring risks. A liberal commission paid to agents who must furnish first class references. Address, D. S. Gloniager, M. I).. General Agent, No. 129 South 7th St. Philadelphia, Pa. Aug.2S,'6S.lmc,w<fcco 1,75. wmw,

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

Wallace and his Coffee Pot . o More Fraud in Philadelphia A Fight at Alcotta Soldiers Convention. ¦ —« 50,000 Boys in Blue Present Gov. Curtin, Gov. Solomon, Gov Hawley, Gov. Claflin and Generals Sickles and 3?leasanton Present. Public and Private Buildings Decorated with Flags dc. Terrible Explosion at Young town, Ohio.

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

It is hardly necessary to mention to our readers tlie fact that the following news is later than any contained in either the Eastern or Western dailies. These dispatches are reported expressly for the National. "We are determined to make the National the hest country paper in the State—a ne cessityinthe house of eveiy person, no matter what his politics may he. Think of it, reader, news from London in Bellefonte, on the same day. [Eds.] (Special to the Bellefonte .National.), Ffom PMFa. PrnXADDELPHIA, OCT. 1. Sixteen men were arrested to-day for attempting, to get assessed in wards where they did not live. Second Dispatch. PmLADBirniA, Oct, 1. The delegates to the Boys in Blue, Convention continue to arrive in great numbers. Upwards of fifty thousand have arrived up till noon, and every hour increases the number. The New Tork delegation, which arrived at five o'clock, numbered over twelve hundred. • Among the arrivals are ex-Gov. Curtin, Gov. Solomon, of Wisconsin ; Gov. Cloffln...

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