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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

.....-.• •'••. -.'•."' ":--"•"• 82G ,1205 ¦ : - ::" : .;;"...... ¦ .','"."'.''856.' Deni. Majority, ' ... ;;r. ¦•¦¦'; -'¦"':• " : : 379' Republicans of Centre, the frgrffrife over.' We'.,have..met. the Rebels and they are ours. In the State the increase is large,' and. the. same,.increase exhibits itself all over the country.': The election of Grant, bv an overwhelming majority in this county "and State.' is certain.-.• Notwithstanding the naturalization frauds imposed upon us, the victory is complete—they are routed, horse, foot 'and dragopn j. and .since, tyve have shown these rebels (the Democraticpaity) what', we can do, and what we intendtodo, hundreds, yea,. thoHsandsi'of i the good, honest and true men, will leave the ranks of this traitorous • crew,-and. .take their, places under the banner of Grant and Colfax." ¦ .'""', "'". '.'/ And in order to obtain this majority, we must work.''. We have worked, it is true, and worked hard. Nevertheless, we must be up and doing. KEE...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

THE:; COFFEErP/OT ^ DISTRICT. THE COPPERHEADIS BEAT v ^IN^PHELISSBURG! THEIR MAJORITY REDUCED XN KTTSH. Will Sheriff Perks and tho Bellefonte ring, explain what is the matter in the celebrated Coffee-Pot'district? The ';Nigger," "White men must rule." "Tax on Bonds,'' "Coffee-Pot Scare-Crow," and other devices displayed upon their banners, on their Saturday-night fan dango in this town, would not answer. The good loyal voters of Philipsburg and Rush township, put their voto on tho Shugert fraud, and ratified and confirmed the Legislature, in ejecting him from the seat obtained by fraudulent naturalization papers. And all the people say Amen !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

A CARD. In the Watchman ot last Aveek, a statement is made "that on Sunday last W. W. (should be E. H.j Kinsloe was blowing round the Brockerhoff House, and offering to bet one hundred.' dollars, that, the radicals would . carry Pennsylvania. . Mr; Houseal told,'. him, that he -would meet him. at the bank on :Monday morning, at nine o'clock." . This in plain words is a downright bare faced and .contemptable lie, and what Mr.. Meek's-intention was in publishing it, unless to cover up the; coutemptable back-down oil:his forty-three- rejmblican assertionj:I cannot imagine. Mr. -Houseal did not promise to meet me at [the bank, neither did:-he call at the. bank that morning.- Mr.--H.:said that if \I would call atHhe Brockeriioff bouse on .-Monday'morning,- lie' would'accept the bet. On calling, lie refusedto accept saying that helred bet asmuch money .on-the' election as* he desired,' and. backed down. • E. II. Ktnsloe. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

;". Ouk;Meetings.—It Was our intention, to lfa've published ;a' full'report of the meetings, held' on last Friday and .Monday: evenings,, and also to give<:a true account of the great fizzle of the'campaign, i. e: the Democratic torch-light procession- of last Saturday evening. The meeting on Friday night, was,, without doubt, the -largest :and most enthusiastic ever held in.Bellefonte.- Two thousand men were in line. ; The Bellei fonte Plaining'¦"Mill, the Bellefonte Ghss Works, the Bellefonte Na3 tional, Valentines Iron Works, Linn and, McCoy's Wire Works, JV H. McClures "Saddlery Establisement," Sdmmerville ancLDoWuings Tannery, Cline and Morgan's Butcher Shop Agricultural Implements, Mr. John Zimmerman, Carpenters, Brick Masons, Plasterers, Brick Layers, Blacksmiths, Painters and Tin-smiths were all represented in wagons, and bear-r ing proper mottoes. Speeches were made by Gen. Hancock of Maryland, Gen. Hinks of Mass., Capt. Hutchinson and Col. Brown. On Monday eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

CoNGitATurATOin'.—The Republicans of Centre county,;'send greeting to the orators and political ring of Bellefonte and return them unfeigned thanks for their, successful efiortsiti assisting- to reduce the majority of the miscalled Democratic party of this county, now under their control; and hope they'.will not. desert, from their, efforts, until the close of the Presidential Campaign, as we i wish to see the-Democracy of'Centre disenthralled: from the-''flight of the Bellefonte ring, and their office-seek'-'' ing arid office-holding fraternity.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

. Tribute of Respect.—At a meeting ofBellefonte Lodge No 2G8 A, Y. $L held Oct. Wthl 80S, Past Master ' F. P. Green in the chair. • Oninotion of brother John' T-. Johnson W. H.BrotherGeo. M. Yocum Jas. II. IJobbinsauilP. M. Jacob V Thomas were appointed a committee to draft resolutions expressive of the sence of the lodge in the death of btir worthy brother Past -Vaster John T. Hoover. The committee afterwards presented the following!) reamble and resolutions which were unanimously adopted : Whereas, it has-pleased the Great Architect of the I Universe to remove: from among us our worthey brother Pasti Master John T; Hoover in the vigor of manhood and in the midst of a useful life, therefore be it Resolved, That this Lodge receives with profound sorrow the intelligence of the demise of its late Past 3/aster, brother John T. Hoover. Resolved, That in the death of brother Hoover our community has lost a worthy citizen and an honorable man—the Lodee one of its most efficient and us...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

The letter received here on the clay of election from, Wm. W. Wallace, chairman of the Democratic committee, was tho means, of several hundred dollars changing hands. Ruts were made on the strength of his judgment—and lost/ These unfortunate gentlemen, and friends of Mr. Wallace, have our sympathies. It is to bo .hoped- by this time their eye* will have been opened. The same thing was done last fall. s! 1L c: '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS ^ ipEO. PECK'SHNEWT ~~ ICE CREAM AND DOING SALOON.. Ill room formerly occupied by C. H. Stoneroad, uniler Hush's arcade. Meals prepared at all hours. A first class BILLIARD TABLE coiinnected with the Restaurant. 711y gYRE & LANDELL, FOURTH & ARCH STS., PHILADELPHIA Good Black SILKS, Good Colored SILKS. ISGS. laB& FALL GOODS OPENING. ' FANCY AND ST APLE. Lyons Silk Velvet*, New Style Shawl", Now Dress Good?, Good Blankets, Tuhle Linens, blijotiiigs and Shirtings, Cloths and Oassiiuei-es. r, t!1™ G-acdi reiTived daily in Lvrgu lots Or JohliHiir. —> ¦ EYRE it- LAXDELL, I? Ifi Ct j«v 4th A Arch, Philadelphia. THE EDEN SCHOOL. •i',"' V?u •Iiistil'ition situated in Unioni?ni?|:0 „n i H° T-vrone a»'l L'Jcte IlawiiUraucli Kailroed closes its Summer S,-shoh the 2^11i of ?rn? V-1" ^r"0 ,Wi»t«r Session commences the JOtn ol November. ^mi?™!- 13 ?"^1 ,,"'"1 aecommodaUons farniilied .students at §3.10 per week SH?i0 mS 0t 'I'U':ij!11,er ,L&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

JSO. MALIPnANT, JAS. CLIXE. VENDERS Iff FISH, OYSTERS, VENISON , And produce of all kinds. These Gentlemen intend supplying Bellefonte, Milesburg and Snow Shoe with the above articles, always fresh. Fresh Fish received every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. O Y'-S TEBS To be had at all times,—Can, Tub, Keg, or in Shell. Trade and cash given for all kinds of countrv produce. "¦ KBEP AN EYE ON THE DIAMON D, Jf you wish: to secure bargains in the Ovster and Fish line, &c. loiiitf AUDITORS NOTICE. xl- The under.-igned- appointed.Auditor by the Orphan's Court of Centre countv, to make.li-trlbution of the balance in tho Hands of Joseph Baker, executor in the estate of Joseph Baker, executor iu tlu estate of Abraham Haldcman, to-and among the parti-s entitled thereto, will attend to the dirties of his appointment at his oiliee in Bellefonte' on Thursday, Nov. £th, at'10 o'clock, A. M., when and where all interested therriu mav attend if they sec proper. CHARLES II. HALE. •lullil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

THE ANVIL STORE ... ¦STOVES,' '¦": '. -;'¦ stoves,1 STOVES •The Anvil Store is now receiving the largest and best lot- of Stoves ever brought to the markef,' among which is tho justly celebrated ORIENTAL PARLOR STOVE, all sizes,. Parlor Heaters, for chamber above These stoves have no enualfor beauty or utility NIAGARA COOK, Four sizes. SUSQUEHANNA COOK, Four sizes. NEW AND IMPROVED PARLOR GAS BUINERS, Four Sizes. . NlrW-STYLES HGG ST0VB. NEW STYLE ARCTIC. NEW STYLE PICKET STOVES, and various other patterns, also Heating Furnaces for dwellings and churches, to be put up with bricks, and portable, cas d with galvanized sheet, to be used without bricks, which will heat from four to eight rooms, according to size. ' •> 25 tf iliWlK k WILSON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

vyiio DID IT? WHY CLINE & MORGAN DID IT. AND THEY DID IT JUST RIGHT. They believe that whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well, . -lnd upon Wis-principle they have opened a FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET, 'nfI «.?r?: Irvin !sst°r !i ro<>m °" the north side °j tlle Diamond, and two doors north of Allc-They will slaughter good cattle every dav, and will therefore have constantly on hands good lresh meat ot everv description. They will also keep for the accommodation ot customers chickens, eggs, butter, &c. Whenever the people want something real good—a little extra nice, let theih call at CLIXE & MORGAN'S city meat Market. 918'fi8rf J MISCELLANEOUS. TN BANKRUPTCY. 1 Jn' U. S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania. This is to give notice that on the 3d day of October, A. 1). 1SG8, a warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the estate of John Edman, of Miles township, in the cotinty of Centre, and Stale of Pennsylvania, who has ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

NEW ADVERTISE MENTS. HEO. W. FAIRER & CO. No, 4. Bush's Arcade. Has just received the largest stock of FURS Ever brought to Centre county. Their stock comprises some of the best material in tho New York and Philadelphia Markets, and ranges in prices from 84.00 to $125 PER SETT. Not only in the Pur Line does Mr. Fairer excel other establishments in the County, but in Zephyrs, Saxony Wool, Germantowii Wool, Cashmere Yarns, Factory Yarns, Shetland \\ ooi, Zephyr and Paper Patterns. In the Hosiery Line, wo can supply Ladles', Gent's and Misses' Hose, Insertings and Edgings. Also, Ladies, Gent's and Misses' knit Pants and Vests Paper Collars and Cull's, hcarfs, Buckskin, i ancy and plainer styles of Gloves. Also, Camb.ic Rufflings, Black and Fancy SiUcs, Repp Poplins, French Merinos, Wool Delaines, Calicos, etc,, etc., etc. LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS Embracing a fine assortment of Patent Breast Protectors, Chignons, Hair Plaits, Co.ds and Tatsels, Hoop Skirtsand .. , thf» l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

THE BLESSING OF PERFECT JL SI GHT can only be obtained by using PERFECT SPECTACLES. The difficulty of procuring whicb is well known MESSES. LAZARUS & MORRIS, OCULISTS AND OPTICIANS, HARTFORD , CONN., Manufacturers ol the Celebrated PERFECTED SPECTACLES, bave after years of experience, experiment and the erection of costly machinery, been enabled to produce that • GRAND DESIDERATUM, 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 the eye, and last many years without change. G. W. PATTON, DEALER IN JEWELRY, WATCHES, ETC., Sole Agent lor Bellefonte, Pa., from whom only, they can be procured. DSr WE EMPLOY NO PEDLARS. T3H Oct. 2, 'GS-ly. • ^.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

THE PHRENOLOGICAL JOUR-1 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 Physiology, Diet, Exercise and the Laws of Life and Health. Portraits. Skctcheo and liiographies of the leading Men aud \Vomen ofthe World, are important features. Much general and useful information on the leading topics of the day is given. It is intended to be the most inteiesting and instructive Pictorial Fmnily Magazine Published. Tkk.ms A New Volume, the 49th, commences with the January Number. Published Monthly, in quarto form, at £3 a year, in advance. 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 ever given for clubs, for 1809. Inclose stamp for list. Address,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

COAP! SOAP! O "Rich as Croesus." Tremendous excitement ! Unprecedented rush for the new Croesus SOAP ! SOAP!! The washing powers of this Soap are truly marvelous. No person who has ever tried it will do without it. Its recommendations are perfect PURITY, utter HARMLESSNESS and wonderful EFFICIENCY. Warranted to contain more washing power to the dollar's worth than any other soap in the market—therefore the cheapest. Try it. Satisfaction guaranteed, if used according to directions, or money refunded. Ask any grocer for it. Manufactured only by HCEOKLEY & HALL. (CRCESUS SOAP WORKS.) No. 448 York Avenue, [Old York Road,] Phila. BRIO 9 5m jw. THE HOUSEHOLD GAS MA-1 CHINE. For supplying Dwellings, Stores, Factories, Churches and Public Buildings with Gas ! GENERATES GAS WITHOUT FIRE OR HEAT ! Tin simplicity and ease by which this machine is managed, as also its economy and great merit, recommends it to pnblic favor. Call and sou machine in operation nt the store ! Manufacture...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

QERMANTOWN TELEGRAPH. A FAMILY AND AN AGRrrrrr tttv » t JOURNAL, devoted to choice, LitSitTiS in eluding Poetry' Novelettes 'Me ond Moral and entertaining Reading,' generally in the Literary Department we shall pSit tho ,-l.ni cest varieties within tho reach of oSr extended means. Tho Novelettes, Tales, Poetrv ^. " shall bo sripplied from the best and hiefe sources, and be equal to anything to be found in any journal or magazine. Agriculture and Horticulture, embracin"- Farming, Gardening. Fruit-Raising, etc uu° r labors in this department for over thirty years have met the coidial 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 the many empirics and sensation adventurers by which the laimer is incessantly assailed. This portion of the GermaHtomu Tdeyraj* is alone worth the price of subscri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

HOOFLANDC'SOL UMN. INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA FROM GERMANY, in 1S35. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, and HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC PREPARED BY DR. C. it. JACKSON, Pnn.ADH.rnu, Pa. The greatest known remedies for Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, Nervous Debility, JAUNDICE, Disease*. " the Sidneys, EEUPTIONS of the SKIN, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver, Stomach, or I31PXTRITX OF THE BZOOT>. Read the following symptoms, and if you find that your system is affected by any of them, you may rest assured that disease has commenced its attack on the most important organs of your body, and unless soon checked by the use of powerful remedies, a miserable life, soon terminating in death, will be the result. Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to tho Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at tho Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried or Difficult Bre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

- n I J G ij TREMENDOUS Stock of Horse JL Blankets, Bntl'alo Robes, and Buckskin G loves at lfi:2:'(iS BUKXSIDE & THOMAS' BHILIP HILL, 1 MAXUFACAUHEH OF M^^^^m m^WimwMwm s^M^a w^H^Mmr^mm^M^i^^ ^^i^g^l^^P^ XO. 20 1 riHi'fOil UT.. PAiLADELPOIA BVifpiicl for Etijrraviiijranil Price List. N. IJ.—PRESIDENTIAL UAJIl'ATGN TI MICH !•>', -_>5.2-. 3-1, S3 aud s liy.K) j>or limit]rod. lOUttjvr. UAND'S 11 ' AMERICAN AlK-XiuilT HEATING & C00CISG* R -A. jNT G- E. ^sI^^^^^mSI r—' BiSiRtifj^KteSawPSll Hir-'^Fa>p?l?i'i:r;f V-rWaiiB^p m Wlflfe ^^mgm^^^m ^^r^^^^lmw r^pms^m ipw' -rLB«§ piwuaajj ri^iMfefif™ l«-;-' c '->- ^ips^^^^^MS^,' L P^ffp^^W^^^^^ ^ r-Uwi: p;- > • I H;!pfe#^©s' *' C \M i' M--sz&:-?Mp?/4&^%&&i? r^nfe' • Wte^-^-i*m$&^*?&-l ' :ii x o SS SrtH^^|i^^v-Vic invito examination snd warrant every Ilaugo which m set to give entire satisfaction. Also Manufacturing Dealers in LOW CRATES, RE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

u S3 P3 i •< H • "" rs ' "5 fcr< ™ C*\ 6 ° o £ 2 O. S--I b s » W H a •* s-¦5 Q ?- C. UlEJ - ' UD « * O N h 5^ -i^ r b^ ss ' i £ 2 S i^i 2 $ en Z, k; -j ra M S i o g g g O a ;, s h s t l i» - o 5 B. * po ; qo 2 ir- * Hh § © W t=J oq go CTXTEENTH QUARTEHLY U STATEMENT ofthe 1st National Bank of Bellet'onte, for Quarter ending (X-tober3d,lS08. RES0UECES. Loans and Discounts, ^' f/t- o-Suspcnded Debts, ,en'iii'n iul Bonds to secure circulation 1(; 0, (, U Other TJ. S. Bonds ;A'-«» »« Duo from National Banks, ....... -¦ ,ob . 3 Duo from other Banks aud Bankers, 142, is Cash -Items • • - • • ¦ • • • • • "'^ ^ Exiiense Fixture .and Tax, tVc w ^ o- .,. Lugal Tender Notes, occ --'-'I '" Sfi5n,GD9 41 LIABILITIES-_ ..„, Cl„ ,. -U1J1-" lon.ooo no Capital Stock ¦ - in'mm wi Surplus Fund ¦¦¦•-• -i'>™ " ,™ Notes received from Comptroller.. 8j_,M Oil Due Depositors oVl?-1 en Due National Banks H'' £Z -'. Due other Banks and Bankers •;.•«' <l Interest and Exchange lo.ba...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 16 October 1868

NEW JERSEY REDEEMED! . „. —— . , .,- i * COFFEE-POTS PLAYED OUT THE ESCAPE AND CAPTURE OF THE WATCH MAN'S ROOSTER. fif Hist Booked for 50,000 lajority -In ;;: ; '-••PENMYLVANIAl ^ CENTRE COUNTY GOOD FOR GRANT!

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