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

—~—*> Republicans of Centre Co Aroused! The Largest Meeting of the Campaign. . <i».^ . Tremendous Outpouring of the People!! o Over Five Hundred Tanners in Procession. j a,. The Democrats Completely Eclipsed and Thrown into the Shade.

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

fiocfrjl jmfe mlcctiom, , -. THE SICKLE AND THE SHEAF. HY REV. S. F. SMITH, D. D. Lord,'tis mine to wield the sickle, Thine to give tlio golden sheaf; As through Theo the huds of spring-time Quicken into life and leaf: . Mine to meet the toil of seed-time, Thine to give the sun and rain; Mine the sweat, the care, tho patience, Thine the heaps of precious grain. Though tho wan and weary reapers Amid their labors fall, And tho few and scattered workmen In vain for helpers call; TMirtTin.il +l.n Tirtrtti l irlaTinnf ViTlTTlB flfirCftlv. Though the noontide heat burns llercely, Or tho threatening tempest lowers—The gathering and tho gleaning Are by mightier strength than ours. We can bear with calm endurance While the sun curls up the loaf; "Wo can trust Jehovah-jireh To fill the swelling sheaf; 'Tis ours the sturdy muscle, The powerful arm, to bring; 'Tis Thine with heavenly blessing , To make tho valleys sing. .•;„. -. ¦ » TVe shall reach the outmost furrows ' In their droop...

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

Till IATIONAL FRIDAY Morning. OCT. 9, '68 MEEK ON TAXES, It is well known to every intelligent man, that the Republican party in 18GG, took the State tax off real estate. The Democratic party are opposed to this, and boldly and openly declare, in their platform, in favor of "equal taxation on every species of property, according to its real value." P. G. Meek, rebel candidate for the Assembly, is committed to the Democratic doctrine of making all taxes eqiial, and in favor of having said taxes levied in accordance •with the real vulue of the property taxed. If Meek should be elected he •will vote for this. He will do more. He will vote with the majority of his party, to restore the State tax upon real estate, so as to equalize, or lighten-the burdens upon all such 'bloated bondholders," and nabobs as L. A. Mackey. This man Meek has no sympathy with the labor interests of the country. His interests are with, and for, the men whose tool lie is, and who has been pushing him for...

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

NATIONAL TICKET FOE PRESIDENT, G-EN. U. S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, SCHUYLER COLFAX 03? INDIANA FORJUDGE, J. B. McENALLY. STATE TICKET. AUDITOR GENERAL, GEN. J. F. HARTRANFT, OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY. SURVEYOR GENERAL, GEN. J. M. CAMPBELL, ,|0F CAMBRIA 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 County Surveyor, HENRY P. TRCZITULNY of Milesburg. . , , , . , ,' , ,

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

UNION 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. Hahn, Unionville—Geo. Alexander, Howard—W. L. Gordon, Phillipsburp—Robert Lloyd, Benner—Capt. C. Dare, JBoffgs—'Wm. Curtin, Burnside—Dr. 51. Stewart, Curt in—Jacob V. Knoll, Fa-guson—Jos. B. Erb, Grrjg— John D. Long, Haines—-Dr. P. T. Husser, Half Moon—Wm. L. Wilson, Harris -Joun J. Thompson, Howard—David B. Fletcher, Httston—John J. Thompson, Liberty—Wm, F. Courier, Marion—John Strimk, Miles—Col. K. H. Strohecker, Patton—P. B. Waddle, Penn—B. O. Deininger, Potter—-M. L. Leitzel, Hush—Richard Atherton, Snow Shoe—Wm. B. Savage, Spring—Frank Jotlon, Taylor—Leonard Sfcrryman Union—George Ingram, Walker—W. W. Rogers, Worth—A. R. Barlow. ' . ,

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

Resigned.—Judge .Strong, of the Supreme Court, of Pennsylvania' re-Figned his position on the bench on the 28th ult., and on the 30th, Gov. <Jeary, appointed Hon. H. W. Williams, ot Pittsburg, to fill the vacancy.. . Judge Williams was the Repub Lean candidate last fall, and no doubt l dceived a majority of the legal vote polled. He was defeated by Bill Wallace's coffee pot naturalization japers. Judge Williams has accept ed the appointment. Who will dare, say that II. Y. Stitzer, has filled the office of District Attorney with ability '? Everybody knows that he is not fit, and has not the ability, to till that position. Then why keep him there 1 Why not cast your votes for T. P. Stephens, who is well qualified, and an exceedingly clever man ?

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

Do not Forget, mat the Thirty inth and Fortieth Republican Couks , have removed $1.91,000,000 of s, that but for this action the | e would now be called upon to

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

SOME OF THE '1HEAS0NABIE UTTEB ENCES OF THE DEM0CEATIC WATCH MAN. We have no desire to meddle in any way with the private character of P. G. Meek; nor have we any disposition to write down anything in malice against him. But we do feel that it is our bounden duty to hold up to public scorn and contempt, his treasonable conduct and utterences during and since the war. All through that bloody struggle for the Nation's life, it is well known to every citizen of the county, that Mr. Meek arrayed himself with the enemies of the country—the foes of Liberty and human freedom. Since the war the tone of his paper has not changed a particle; nor has his love of liberty and his esteem for the brave men who periled their lives to perpetuate Republican Institutions, increased in the smallest particular. During the war he maligned and villified the soldiers of the Union, and since the war lie has had no word of praise for any, save the treacherous, murderous, rebel crew, that sought to es...

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

CONTEMPTIBLE CONDUCT OF AN ASSOCIATE JUDGE. On Thursday, Oct. 1st, a special court was held in Bellefonte, by Associate Judge Allison, which had been appointed by Judge McEnally. The object of the court was to naturalize foreigners, and thus invest them with the priveleges of citizenship. There had been no hour named, for the assembling of the court, and Judge Allison contrary to all custom and regularity, called court in the morning at 10 o'clock, without ringing the court house bell, and the Democracy commenced manufactur ing citizens in their usual quiet and undisturbed manner. We would not like to affirm positively that their object was to put their men through hurriedly, and adjourn tho court, before Ave knew that court was in session, and thus deprive us of getting a number of Republican foreigners fairly naturalized, or that they wanted to put their men through without being subjected to the ordinary scrutiny of regular Judicial proceedings. But if they did not, why did t...

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

Hon Dennis McCarthy and Gen. David !S. Wilson, both prominent Democrats of Iowa, have taken the stamp for Grant and Colfax. Also Judge Lindsay the Democratic nominee for elector in the Eighth District of Iowa' is now stumping for Grant and Colfax. We could fill our col. umns with names of Democrats, who have renounced Seymour and Blair and their revolutionary policy, and espoused the cause of Grant ,Colfax God and Victory.

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

When you vote for Hartranft, freeholder, it is to continue your real estate free from State taxation. Hartranft was instrumental in securing the repeal of the State tax on real estate. If he is not re-elected that tax will be relevied. EDIT0SIAL BEEVITIES. How can any honest man who believes that the Rebels of the South made the war, vote for P. G. Meek ? Meek has always declared that the South did right in making war upon the government. Remember voters of Centre, that since the war closed, in a period of about three years, the public debtrhas been reduced between §200,000,000 and §300,000,000. Beak in mind, that the Republican party has reduced the rate of taxation about one-half what it was during the war. Think of this and then vote for Col. Theodore Gregg. AvoTEforHartraftand Campbell, the soldier candidates for Auditor and Surveyor General, on the 13th inst., is worth two for Grant in November. Tins is the decisive week, Republicans I Let not a moment pass without doin...

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

EQUAL TAXATION. "We demand equal taxation of every species of property, according to its real value including Governmentbonds and other public securities' The demand for equal taxation, which is the fourth, in the Tammany platform, and which we thought had been discussed fully as much as the Democracy desired, still stares out from the corner of a country Democratic exchange, which finds its way to us. No doubt the editor of the journal in question has his own ideas of conducting the canvas?, and deems this fourth demand of the Democrat ic platform at least a plausible argument. That depends mainly upon the character of his subscribers. If they are caught by sound, or never take the trouble to look below the surface, perhaps he is correct; but if they are intelligent, shrewd men, giveu to reflection, and feel their way to a conclusion our country editor is doing irreparable damage to the Democratic cause, and aiding the republican party. Hoping that his subscribers are embraced ...

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

Democratic Misrepresentation. - Among the arts employed by tho friends of Mr. Maekey to induce Republicans to vote for him, is. the statement, industriously circulated,, that prominent Republicans in Lock Haven are friendly to his election and will give him their support. We take this occasion to pronounce this statement utterly false and mendacious. There is not a single Republican in this borough who will not support William II. Armstrong heartily and against all influences which Mr. Maekey or his friends can bring to bear upon them. There are a few men in every party who regard their present pecuniary interest as superior to any consideration of a public nature—in other words, who prefer themselves to their country. There are doubtless such among the nominal supporters of Grant and Colfax. They are not Republicans, and by voting for L. A Mackey they will furnish the best assurance that could be giveu that they are not. Republicansare contending for principles, not men ; and t...

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

flU-t.-lfrJLII'H ¦¦¦*"* AfTI"! *¦"¦! ' ¦-*-—-¦¦-TnWJfcJH,TV-|.«ra.-*ft' PROCLAIM THE TRUTH! ^ FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT OF THE REPUBLICANS. Absolute reduction of debt in less tlian three years fc2o2,000,000 Ol! AT TUE RATE OF OVER SEVEN MILLION'S PER MONTH. KEDUCTIOX OP TAXATION. Reduction of taxation since July, JSGCi, 1G7 millions per annum. 1SGS. Taxes unon everything. 18GS. All agricultural products exempt from taxation. 1SG8. All manufactures exempt from taxation except distilled spirits, beer, tobacco, and playing cards. A3CXU AL liXPESSKS OP THE AP.». 1805 §1,(131,000,000 18U7-8 5«,«1HI,W)U Army appropriations' for 18BS-0.... 33,0(10,000 AXXUAL EXPENSES OF TUE NAVY. ISfiS. ... §122,000,000 Jf-uT-g. " ] £3,mKt,00{) Navy appropriation for lgoslo 17,3U(>,000 EEDUCTIOX OP THE AltMY. 1SG.1, an army of more than a million of men. 1863, September, whole number of enlisted men 47,G13 Reduction in three years..-. 052,387 men 1863 CONTRASTED 1V1TII 1863. 180.5. Total cash in ...

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

OUR NEXT JUDGE. In the selection of the Hon. J. B. McEnally, of Clearfield, as our candidate for President Judge of this District, we have a man oi honor, truth and integrity. An honest, upright and able Lawyer—one who has already shown to the people of this district, that he can discharge the duties of that high office with credit ,to himself and to the Bar, without fear, favor, or partiality. A man in whom the people have unbounded confidence, and if elected tothe office of President Judge, no one need fear that his cause will be lost by any failure in the Court to do right. This people need just such an officer to follow the bright ex ample of the Bench in this Judicial District. How deplorable, indeed, would it be to see Justice and Law waiver and fail in an office to which all men should look with confidence, knowing that the rights of all—rich and poor, the widow aud orphan, must at some time or other, be passed upon by the Court. Should Judge McEnally be elected, as we st...

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

NO &UARTEB On our first page will be found the "No Quarter" speech of Gen. Forrest, of Fort Pillow fame. The General is a good latter-day-democrat, and an ardent supporter of Seymour and Blair. He was a delegate to the convention that nominated Seymour and Blair and after he returned home he made several speeches, all full of war, revolution, bloodshed, and the cleaning out of the "Carpet-baggers," the Union men of Tennessee. The issue he placed before his neighbors aud constituents was, that by the election, of the Democratic candidates.the late Confederates would "secure all they failed to winby the sword,'' or-anotherwar! And says this humane champion of "the chivalry," who slaughtered his prisoners in cold blood, and who, therefore, intends what he declares: "When the war begins again, it will not be in line of battle drawn out against line of battle ; it will be neighbor against neighbor, and the watchword will be, the black flag and no quarter." We know that ...

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

The Buffalo Commercial says : Several prominent German business men of that city, who have bee n heretofore regarded as members of the Democratic party,alarmed at the revolutionary projects of the Democratic leaders, will oppose Seymour and Blair with all their energies. The Germans want peace. All good citizens and business men want peace: Grant wants peace. Seymour and Blair are for revolution and war. Voters of Centre choose ye.

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

Voters ot Centre, if you want an able and efficient District Attorney vote forT.P. Stephens. Mr. Stephens will make an honest, as well as a competent officer. Examine well your tickets

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

BY TELEMAPE o CONNECTICUT ELECTIONS —.—«. Large Republican Gains. . —«<» PRIZE FIGHT IF NEW HAMPSHIRE. e» ARRIVAL OF GEN. PRIM IN PARIS. o- Enthnsiam of the People. a- THE NEW PARLIAMENT. OPPOSITION TO IRISH CHURCH BILL. —«¦ ¦—- TRIAL OF JAS. MARTIN . & GEN'L. McCLELLAND'S RECEPTION IN PHILAD'A. o- Large Turnout of Citizens. THE EPISCOPAL CONVENTION IN SESSION.

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

FROM WASHINGTON GEN. MEADE'S REPORT TO BE MADE PUBLIC. Special to "Bellefonte National." IlAitTFoiin, Coira,, Oct. 8.—Returns of tbe town elections have been received. Of one hundred and sixty-three towns that voted on Monday last, eighty-sis are clearly Republican; sixty-seven Democratic and seven divided. The Republicans gained the entire Registration Boards in eleven towns that were Democratic last year, and gained a portion of the boards in live towns that were wholly Democratic last year. The Democrats gained the Registration Boards in five towns that, were Republican last year. In two towns that were partially so, and a portion of the boards in two towns that were wholly Republican last year. These facts are official and can be relied on. . ^ • Pobtsmoutu, K. IT. Oct. 8 The prize fight between George Seddons, of South Boston, and Thomas Kelley, of Phil'a. for a purse of S1000, took place this morning on the Island of Shoals. Ninety-six rounds wero fought, occupying one h...

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