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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

TNSURE YOUR LIFE! This may bo done for the benefit of those you love most dearly to render their condition comfortable should you be called away ; or, it may be done for jour own comfort when rest seems most congenial, or to discharge some obligations to creditors. THE UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NE W YORK, established in IS50, having assets amounting to over $3,000,000 invested in the best of securities, offers special inducements to its patrons. For books, papers or i nformation apply to JOHN D. "WIN GATE, Agent, July21'63,lyl0 Bcllefonte, Pa. BOOT,S SHOES & GAITERS for men, women and children, all kind and rjattcrns, cheaper than any where else. mar2 A. STERNBERG YJLAIN BLACK and Colored Mali ri«os, Figured Armures and Delaines for «ale by STERNBERG & BRANDEIS. % N IMMENSE and at the same J\_ lime an elegant aid tasteful stock of Carpetings and Mattings, at astonishingly low prices, for sale ty STB1WBR* & BH AND BIS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

DAIL ROAD HOUSE. It Corner Front and Pine street, PHILIPSBURCJ, CENTRE CO. PA. ROB'T LOYD, Prop.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

SADDLEAND MISCEIJLANEO US. T?"MT?CC! OATITITT? ATtfTl TTARNESS, , BRIDLE MATTUFACTOST, BY J. Hi McCLTJRE, New Building, Bishop Street, BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. Mr. MeCluro having now permanently located himself in the new building erected for the purpose, in Bishop street, very respectfully and cordially invites ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS, and tho public in general, whore ho is prepared to servo them with any article desirable in his line, manufactured FROM THE BEST STOCK at reasonable rates, and satisfaction guaranteed in every instance.} SADDLES of every description on hand and made to order on short notice. BRIDLES of every pattern and mounted according to taste. COLLARS . to suit in every particular, and of tho very best make. DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS manufactnred to order in extra fancy and ordinary styles, and rigged with the best material in tho lino of silver-plated or common mountings. Cart, Carriage, and every other description of Whips always on hand, and of superior m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

GREAT SPEECH OF Dr.DOlNE o Hon. J. B. McEnally comes out as an Independent Candidate for Judge. Last Grand Rally of the Campaign. Let every Tanner and every Loyal Man prepare for the last Grand Rally on ?¦ Republicans of Centre, Awake, Arouse! . *. One more Rally and the Country is ours. •« Sounding of the Death Knell of the Democratic Party. « Solemn Funeral Procession -? A Grand Torchlight Procession. • - Speeches by Maj. A. M. Hancock, of Md., and E. W. Hinks, of Mass. o . To the Voters of Centre Cunty. «. Letter from Wm. P. Wilson Last evening the largest meeting of the campaign was assembled to listen to a speech from Dr. Doane, of Williainsport. It had been previously announced in handbills, and otherwise, that a meeting would be held, and it was expected that there would be a large turn out, but the crowd in attendance exceeded the anticipations of every one, and the enthusiasm which prevailed was an earnest of what may be expected here on the second Tuesday o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

RESIST NOT TEMPTATION Everybody is interested! Everybody goes to see it. * WHO GOES ONCE GOES AGAIN —because—EVERYTHING IS NICE, FRESH* CHEAP RUNKLE'S NEW GROCERY —and—PROVISION" STORE ' IN BELLEFONTE. ; Just take time cnough'to read what ho lias constantly for sale at the very lowest prices for cash, or in exchange for country produce. HERE IS THE LIST: Sugars, Coffees, Syrups, Teas, Spices, Hams, Shoulders, Bacon, Mackerel, Herring, smoked, and in salt, Cove Oysters in Cans, Canned Tomatoes, Peaches, Cucumber and other Pickles, Catsup, Mustard, Salad Oil, Coflee Essence, Soaps of all kinds, Concentrated Lye, Sperm and other Candles, Coal Oil and Lamps, BrushesStove and Shoe BlackingRollins .....~..... . . ; JJ. ...J....O, .JUV,.~ ....« ^"^ . &, . . ........ D Pins and other Cooking Utensils, Baskets, Tubs, Brooms, Washboards, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Scgars, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Cherries, Pwaisins, Figs, Nuts, Oranges -end Lemons, Wash Lines, Bed Cords, C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

in every instance, and also the best selection of Goods ever offered at ONE DOLLAR EACH. No other concern has any show wherever our Agents are selling. Our motto, "Prompt and Reliable." Male and female Agents wanted in city and country. THE LADIES Are particularly requested to try our popular club system of selling all kinds of Dry and Fancy Goods, Dress Patterns, Cotton Cloth, Castors, Silver Plated Goods, Watches, &c. (Established 1S64.) A patent pen fountain and a check describing an article to bo sold for a dollar, 10 cts; 20 for $2; 4 0 for $4; 60 for $6; 100 for $10; sent by mail. Free presents to getter up, (worth 50 per cent, more than those sent by any other concern,) according to size of club. Send us a trial club cr if not do not fail to send for a circular. N. B.—Our sale should not bo classedjwith New York dollar jewelry sales or bogus Tea' Companies," as it is nothing of tho sort. EASTMAN & KENDALL, 05 Hanover Street, Boston, Mass. May29,'8S-6m.l0. xr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

These delegations were under the com mand of their respective officers. OFFICEKS. C/ize/ Marshal—Gen. Jas. A. Beaver. Assistant Marshals—Col. Theo. Gregg, Maj. P. B. Wilson, Dr. Geo. F. Harris, J. J. Morris, John Bowers, Thos. Crawford, Daniel Leathers, and others. The procession then marched to the corner of Linn and Spring streets, and while there the Democratic procession, with lamps draped in mourning, and with hell sadly and woefully tolling tho • death knell of the Democracy, passed the entire length of our lines. Not a word was spoken—not a cheer was given,.hut out of respect for the departed dead the; Tanners came to a present "arms, and stood in this position until the funeral hadpassod. The Democrats, of course, being engaged yi this solemn and painful duty, it could not he expected that they would manifest any great enthusiasm. It would have been inappropriate. Altogether it was' the most pitiful and heart-rending sight it ever was our misfortune to witness. Aged me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

DIED. In Bellefonte, October 2,' 1S6S, The Great Democratic Party. The deceased has been very feeble lor several years, but since the Vermont and Maine elections has been sinking rapidly, until last evening, when all vitality left it. A'few ceremonies yet remain to be performed on the seeond Tuesday of this month, when" this "Great Democratic Party" in Centre county will be consigned to the tomb forever.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

After this solemn'prosession had passed, and the Milesburg delegation arrived, the command was given—"Forward March." Dp Linn to Allegheny, along Allegheny to the Diamond, thence down High, to Spring, up Spring to Bishop, up Bishop to Allegheny, up Allegheny to the Court House, aroiuid the Court House, and from thence to the Grant and Colfax Club Room, where the order was given rest at will. The meeting was now organized by appointing the following officers : PijEsmENT—Hon. Andrew Gregg. Vice President—Col. Jas. Stewart, of Harris; Jno. R. Tate, of Spring; Alex. Knoll, of Howard; Capt. C. Dale, of Ben. ner; Richard Miles, of Milesburg; Geo.M. Swartz, of "Walker; Elias Zimmerman of Marion, and,Dr. J. M. Blair, of TJnion ville. Seceetaeies—R. A. Kinsloe, and Lieut. Thos. Crawford, of Boggs. The meeting was called to order by the President. Mr. Wilson, in appropriate remarks, introduced the speaker of the evening, Dr. Doane. It would be impossible to report the Doctor's speech. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

One of our motives for issuing the National Extea, at the time is to announco The HON. J. B. McENALLY, as an Independent candidate for President Judge. We have received a letter from Mr. H. B. Swope, of Clearfield announcing the fart and also a letter from McEnally liimself, stating, in substance, the same. Let the people everywhere, independent of politics, go to work, and elect Judge McEnally.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

The following letter from Wm. P. Wilson, chairman of the Union Republican County Cemmittee, will explain itself:— BELLEFONTE, Oct. 3d, 1SGS. To Tiie Voteks of Centbe County :— Hon. Geo. R. Barrett, of Clearfield, havidg withdrawn as a candidate for Judge of this Judicial District, the Hon. J. B. McEnally, of Glcarfiield, who is now Judge of this District, has been announced as a candidate. Let all men, without distinction of party, vote forjudge McEnally, and keep the Judiciary aloof from politics. Wat. P. WiLSon. ? *.^a>-.» » Eveky Tanner Club throughout the County is expected to be in the ranks of the . Grand ToncnxicnT Prosession, to come off next Frfday night in Bellefonte Speeches will be made by Gen. Hancock of Maryland, and Gen. Hinks of Massachusetts. The largest assemblage of this or any other campaign is expected upon this occasion. Let us be up and doing. One good strong pull at this time, forever places this County into the hands of the Republican party. When ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

NO QTJAKTER SPEECH OF GENFORBESI OF FORT PILLOW. . The Memphis Avalanche publishes the following report of a speech made in Brownville, Tennesee, last week, by General Forrest, who massacred the negroes at Fort Pillow. The numerous assassinations by Kuklux Hans has rendered the calling out of the militia necessary tor 'the protection of all loyal citizens, black and white. In case these amusements should be interfeared with by the Governor and Legislature, General Forrest and his associate generals tin-eaten war and "no quarter :" Me. President and Fellow-Citizens I did not think that I would be called upon to address you at this time, as it was intended, and I believe expected that I would speak to you to-night. I have been laboring under sickness for a few days, and have been suffering from a sore throat, so that at the present time I will be only able to say a few words to you. Last week I received a dispatch from Generals Cheatham,Brown, Quarisand others to the effect that I w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

Miscellaneous. Brick Pomeroy, during a recent speech in Watkins, N. Y., facetiously called for "three cheers for Grant and Colfax." A dozen Republicans responded, and the Democrats present, supposing it to be all orthodox, followed suit. "Brick" cooled in an instant. Among the recent accessions to the support of Grant and Colfax is the Hon. Jas. H. Walton, of Philadelphia, originally of Stroudsburg. He is one of the old Democrats of the State, and besides holding other offices, was Treasurer of the United States Mint, at Philadelphia, by appointment of Buchanan, for four years. From information which lias been received concerning the instructions to Gen. Sheridan, it is believed that he will within the next two weeks make such a movement against the hostile Indians on the frontier as to put an end to the apprehensions of a general Indian war. A New Orleans paper says: "The Blair Guards, on Friday, and the Seymour Guides, on Saturday, paraded through the streets, carrying the Con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

State Items. The Pottsvillians complain that they have as many dogs as the Constantinopolians. A Slate Pencil Manufactory is to bo started in Slatington, Schuylkill county. Seventeen millions of dollars in U. S. Bonds are held in Berks county. Three convicts recently escaped from the Berks county prison. Ninety thousand dollars have been subscribed for a now German theatre in Phil, adelphia. A snow white squirrel has been shot in Berks county. Michael Morrissey, was drunk, went to sleep on the railroad track at Miucrsville, was run over and killed. Miss Rollins, a colored woman of Charleston, S. C, has written the biography of Maj. Delany, the first pure black ever commissioned in the U. S. army, and was from this State. Dr. Valentine, of the Theological Seminary, Gettysburg, having resigned the presidency, Rev. C.A. Stork, of Baltimore, has been elected to that position. The Copperhead Commissioners of Bucks county are building a new county hospital. It was estimated to cost ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

Political. The most successful publication of the day—the Democratic campaign picture of "Seymour at Home." It presents Horatio in his most pleasing attitude, and will 1)9 subscribed to by a million or two of voters. The "World" says : "If there is anything in his Broadhead letter inconsistent with the platform, he renounced it in accepting the nomination." Brick Pomeroy rejoins : "Frank Blair's letter is a part of the platform. Thank God, he is not a marble that can wabble backward and forward from platform to platform like a sick rat for toasted cheese. He wrote that letter for two human reasons. First. Ho knew what he meant, and wished the public to know it, too. Second. He desired a nomination, and deemed that a good way to get it. He was right, it seems, and no man can more heartily despise the journal that insidiously opens the door for a dishonorable retreat than he." John Cessna and Hon. T. M. Kimmel, rival candidates in the Bedford district, are having public discussion...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

Personal. Gen. Butler has been re-nominated for Congress. Gov. Curtiu is making powerful speeches in the Western part of the State for Grant and Colfax. James Thompson, member of the Democratic National Committee from Ohio, has come out for Grant and Colfax. J. Edgar Thompson, President of !hc Pennsylvania railroad company, ant! a Democrat all his life, has declared his intention to vote for Grant and Colfax.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

3IISCELDANEO US. PORJ. BOOTS AND SHOES from the BEST MANUFACTURES IN PHILADELPHIA, goto P. McAFFREY is CO.'S NEW STORE ONE DOOP. EAST OP P.EYNOLD'S BANK, BELLEFONTE, PA., Where every article, coarse and fine, for MEN, -WOMEN. AND CHILDREN, are constantly ON HAND AND ITOII SALE, and MANUFACTURED TO ORDER. Good fits guaranteed, and prices low! REPAIRINGpromptly attended to. Call and examine my stock, which may bo said to bo the best in this May 15,'fiS-3m*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

rpHE BOOT AND SHOE STORE. [GRAHAM & SON ^Manufacturers of, and Dealers in GENT'S FRENCH CALF, AND CONGRESS BOOTS AND SHOES. Having added largely to our former stock wo can assure the community that wo have now the best selection in Central Pennsylvania, of LADIES BUTTONED, FRONT LACE, SIDE LACE, AND CONGRESS BOOTS, Manufactured from tho best English lasting, GLOVEpCID, CONGRESS & BALMORAL, Jof tho latest style.!} MOROCCO BOOTS, with|andEwithout heels. And a fulljassortment of MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. Also, a large lot of those cheap shoes, such as we read about, and of which wo are sellin g off CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. We invite an examination of our goods. May 1,'68-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 9 October 1868

HOSES THOMPSON. J- I- THOMPSON. I10BT. MCFARLAXK. THOMPSON, McFARLANE & COMPANY, BANKERS, AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE, PENN'A, BUSINESS PLACE, CENTRE FUBXACE. ^^Intorestpsid on Time Deposits. Jan,10,'68.1y.« E. C. Hither, Prea't. | J. P. Harris, Cashier. THIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BELLEFONTE, PA. (LATE HUMES, MCALLISTBR, BALE 4]C0.) Particular attention given totlie purchase anp sale of Government securities. FISH, SALT AND BACON constantly for sale. A. STERNBERG MISCELLANEOUS CARDS, 11ENRY BROCKERHOFF, J. D. SHUGERT, President. Cashier. 1^/jTILLIKEN, HOOVER & CO., CENTRE COUNTY BANKING CO., RECEIVE DEPOSITS ANi> ALLOW INTEREST. DISCOUNT NOTES, BUY AND SELL Government Securities, G-olcl and Coupons. Jan.31,'63-ly.

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