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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Ii W. COOKE, Allegheny St., opposite Brocltc-rhoff Bow. Has iust received his lirst installiuent of new Fall and AVinle;- goods, and to which he respectfully invites the attention of the puhlie. His stock consists in part of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, BUOTS AND SHOES, liATri AND CAPS, CLOTIIIMO, QUEEXSYTARE. GROCERIES, Ac. i cheap that tho ladies ue'-cr tail to get satisetion. l.'ein.-inber the place to get the best 'mains and cheanest goods is at J. W. Cooks. 7:'.'h '(«. njM« a T.nt.-n i?i.'i!nT\'a\'n T.nw. SKSALOEB FEKDINAND LOBB

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Mn . . . T^|- &F. LOEB, "^"cojimission merchants, Curriers and Jlanttfacturers of all kinds of WAX KIP & SPLIT LEATHER, di:.'.li:ks ia HIDES SOl.ll.LEATiir.U, CALESKINS &e. No 3S-t North Thirl Street, Pliiladclpliia. noi-HlithfiO. QUPEUIOP, WATER CEMENT. COXSTASTI.Y ON HAND AND I?OS SALE This cement has an established reputation fur its superiority overall other mnnufacturts. fur Cisterns. Reservoir.-, and all other UNDER-WATER WORKS. Tf i*j wrriiiitrvl. when oronerlv annlied. it' It i< warrante.l, when properly applied, if notice of any defect in otialiry is given within ten days alter delivery. Orders received byUOREET VALENTIXE, Beliefonte, Pa., or J. DAWSON, Logan Furnace, Centre county, Pa. May S 'liS-tf TNSURE YOUR LIFE! This iu.i.v be done fur the benefit of those von love most dourly l« render ihcir condition cot'ni'Vta'ole jlmul'l yea he c.illed aivay ; or, it ¦ i . i . .. e... -....,. ,.,,.. l,,r, ,, !,,.n rtn'l ihiiv lie done for-our...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

IDESLST NOT TEMPTATION ^ Jiit' Everybody is interested! Everybody goes to see it. "WHO GOES OKCE G01-:S AGAIN —because—EVERYTHING IS NICE, PKESH* CHEAP RUNKLE'S NEW GROCERY —and—PROVISIOI\T store IN BELLEF0NTE. Just take time enough to read what he has constantly for sale nt the very lowest prices for cash, or in exchange for country produce. HKItE 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, Coffee Essence, Soaps of all kinds, Concentrated Lye, Sperm and otherCandles, Coal Oil and Lamps, Brushes, Stove and Shoe Blacking, Rolling Pins and other Cooking "Utensils, Baskets, Tubs. Brooms, Washboards, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco. Segars, Dried Apples, Peaches, Prunes, Cherries, Kaisius, Figs', Nuts, Oranges -end Lemons, Wash Lines, Bed Cords, Clothes Pins, Large assortment of Glass, Queens and Crockery Ware, Chee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

floclrj) aub ^elections, And faster, faster, come the cascrs. And louder ring hurrahs ; And wilder, wilder, are tho shouts Of thundering applause 1 From West and East they cry "Well done!" They sound it o'er the sea; It thrills fresh life to freemen's hearts, Onr golden victory! What ho! through all your Southern land! What ho ! through. Northern pines ! 'Tis heard in pleasant Italy; It sings o'er German vines. In Paris, and in Burgundy, Such news the Liberals seek, BENNSYLVAMIA VICTORY Thank God at last for victory ! Thank God were gained oar light! Though, battlj elo-uls are rolling yet, At length we sej the light. Dark was the hour of deadly strife, And darker were oar fears; Y t ii.,t a true heart failed us in Thj breaking of the spears. '•"What cli icr from Pennsylvania V Conies dash ng o'or the wires: "\V ito tidings from the Keystone State V E iCh friend afar inquires. Tho iandof Pcnn is saved again, Thj Keystone State is free; Wove gamed our greatest triumph yet—A ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

"DROCKERHOFF HOUSE. HOUSEAL & KROJI, Proprietors. BELLEFO.NTK, PA. This Hotel is one of tho most extensive in Central Pennsylvania. miMMINGS HOUSE. "W. HIKAllD, Proprietor. BKLLEFONTE, PA. The Bar is well stocked .with choice Wines and Liquors. WARD HOUSET^ At Intersection of the Bald Eagle Valley and Clearfield Bail Kwuls with the Pennsylvania Central- ¦ "' .' J. J. BUYER, ~ "ii Proprietor. jfAGLE HOTEL. £ No. 227 N. 3d Street, between Bace and Vine, tt. i>. COMMINGS, Prop. R AHMAN'S HOTEL, Southeast corner of tho Diamond, BELLBFONTE, PA. DANTEi- GARMAN, Proprietor. Excellent accommodations, good table and bar. May l,'6S-ly. " pLEARFIELD HOUSE, Kept by Ja'aIES H. GALEK, FRONT STREET, PHILIFSBURG, PA. "Wo will impeach any man who says wo fail to give direct and prompt attention to all customers, or -fail to cause them to rejoice over a well furnished table, and clean rooms with new' bods, whore all may feel at homo, and the weary be nt rest. NEW STABLING.AND_SREDS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

THE MUSIC MISTflBSS. A certain appearance is incumbent upon every one according to their means, anil AUss Harvey's dress is most disgracefully .uw i>... .V.J.J u^~..~ -~ j, j shabby." "It is not very nice," I answered ; "but, oil aunt, what splendid eyes she has—that is, if they were not so full of care." I was young and enthusiastic in those days, and before long I had contracted an ardent admiration -for Miss Harvey, "which now ripened into a passionate girlish friendship that made my aunt angry, and Fred laugh kindly. '. "Come, Chattie," said hu one day, "you shall introduce me to tho lady of the handsome eyes and shabby gown." "It. is very heartless of Aunt Kitty to talk so much of Miss Harvey's dress," I cried ; if she is poor is that her fault ? She is a far finer lady in her poor worn dress than many of aunt's friends who come rustling hi silks and satins. And you, Fred, I am ashamed of you. Once you did not think a lady made by her dress." "And perhaps I don't...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

CHEAPER THAN EVER,! Tlii-ir L",ods hire been mn-e'i.i-i"! at 1.,-v figures, and will I, -soid CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST! ALL KIN Do I'F COU^TUY PRODUCE TAKEN IN ENCTIANGE FOR GOODS. STEUNUEitsi & liUAN'UEl.S. Juuii 12,'tiS.ly. "Wil. McCLELLAN, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. -i, Broekerhoof Tmw, Beliefonte, Pa.. Keeps constantly on hand a luagniticent stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Testings, Hate ane Caps, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, whienwill be so A at, remarkably low prices. Agent for the celebrated WILCOX &GIBBS Famiiy Sewing Machine. 7: 1: -'07

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

"Nonsense, Fred," said I laughing. How can it be poor Grace ? Do you think she can afford concerts and white silk dresses." On the occasion of my next music lesson I did not forge', to tell Miss Harvey of the lady so closely i esembUng her whom 1 had seen at the concert, and to my great surprise, I saw that her pale face flashed suddenly'and deeply, and for an instant she seemed confused and vexed. "The resemblance must have been strong indeed, to be visible through all the difference of dress. I ought to feel more complimented than I dare say the lady would be, if she could know, Chattie," was all she replied, and we spoke of it no more. But one day, not very long after that Fred came to me in some trouble and ex citement. "Chattie," said he presently, "I am going to tell you a secret. Will you be very much surprised if I tell you that I love Grace Harvey dearly, and that I have asked her to be my wife. "Not surprised, but so glad—oh so glad!" "Wait," said he, and though he smi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

The Sky a Weather Inuicatoi:.— The color of the sky, at particular times, afford wonderful gootl guidance, not only does a rosy sunset presage good weather, and a ruddy sunrise bad weather, but there are other tints which speak with equal clearness and accuracy. A bright yellow sky in the evening indicates wind ; a P-'C yellow wet; a neutral gray color constitutes a favorable sign in the evening, and an unfavorable one in the morning. The clouds are a"a::i full of meaning in themselves.— If their forms are soft, undefined, and feathery, the weather will be fine; if their edges are hard, sharp and difiant, it will be foul Generally speaking, any deep unusual hues betoken wind or rain; while the more quiet and delicate tints besbeaks fair weather. These arc simple maxmims; anb yet not so simple hut what the British Board o*f Trade has thought fit to publish them for the use of seafaring men.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

VOLUME XL NUMBER 8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Home and Foreign Items Sliseellnneons. Lady Franklin has returned from India. Snow fell in Portland, Me., on Gth inst. There are 2053 policemen in Now York. Edwin Booth is playing to thronged houses in Boston. It costs §80 in Nassau to call Bismarck a rascal. Laura Keene is to build a theatre in Philadelphia. A mountain of magnetic iron has been, found in Lapland. The Pope is the only European sovereign who does not smoke. It is said Patti received 510,000 for singing ten nights at Hamburg. An Englishman proposes to slaughter cattle by means of electricity. The widow of Dr. Kane is giving spiritual seances in New York. The British museum contains twentyfiye miles of book shelves. A French college has given a girl the degree of Bachelor of Science. A man made $30,000 gathering mustard seed in California last year. Insurance companies lost $595,000 in New York city by fires last month. Constant Meyer's new picture is a pretty teacher in a Sunday School. More than fifty operato...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Personal. George William Curtis is said to be engaged on another novel, the scene of which is laid in New York. Chief Justice Chase is not a Methodist, as has been reported. He has long been connected with the Episcopal Church, the celebrated Bishop Chase, of Ohio, having been his uncle, and Bishop Chase, of New Hampshire, being & consin. Gen, Steven Van Rensselaer's (the patroon) will has been offered for probate in Albany, One of the executors, Hon. Nathaniel Thayer, of Boston, is a non-resident and required to give bonds in the sum of about $1,000,000. The estate & valued at about $1,500,000. To the wift of the deceased the will leave§ the manor house and grounds and $15,000 a year. The remaining estate is equally divided among the children. Samuel Holmes, of New York, has offered $25,000 to the theological department of Yale College, on condition that the subscriptions for the new theological hall and the other endowments be completed within a year. Mr. Hol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

State Items. Two children, a little girl twelve yeait of age, and a child of sixteen months were burned to death, in Thompsonstown, Juniata county, on the 21st ult., by tho ignition of a vessel containing coal oil. This adds another to the already extended list of sad warnings furnished to those who recklessly persist in trusting this dangerous substance in the hands of children. When will people learn wisdom? Rev. Daniel Hertz, of Ephrata, Laneastej county, well known to many of our readers, died at that place on the 23d day of September, 1868, aged 72 years and fl>e months. Mr. Hertz had always, since his ordination, preached in [the district In which he died, and during his forty-flve years in the ministry, had preached 4680 regular sermons, 1743 funeral sermons, and performed the marriage ceremony 1138 times. A shocking and fatal accident occurred near Northumberland, on the 13th inst. George Heimcndingcr, was blasting rocks on Blue Mountain, opposite Northumlserland,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

EamttM? During the late war, coffee, sugar and flour were things of the past In southern Texas. A soldier stayed all night at a house on the Nueces, and, finding a large hard biscuit in his haversack, he gave it to a little four year old boy playing before the door. Half an hour afterwards he saw the boy with the biscuit on the ground and a coal of fire upon it. "What are you doing that for, sonny ?" he Inquired. "Trying to make the plaguy thing poke its head out." He mistook it for a turtle. The pastor of a popular church one Sabbath evening, at the Sabbatn school concert, said: "Boys, when I heard your beautiful songs to-night, I had to work to keep my feet still; what do you suppose is the trouble with them?" "Chilblains, sir," said a little six year old boy, which, notwithstanding the solemnity of the occasion, set the whole andience in a roar. The Irish chief secretary being the owner of a fine ostrich, which was recently delivered of an egg, received a telegram from his st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

MISCELLANEO US. ' TJARNBSS, SADDLE, AND BRIDLE MAETUITACTOKY/, BY J. Ii. McGLURE, New Building. Bishop Street, BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. Mr. llc^lnro hnvinjr now pcrmrnicrjily located Iiinisidf in tho iittv huil'linir crcctci i'nr 'lie purjiosc, in Bishop street, very respectfully and cordially iiw.tos ALL IUS OLD CUSTOMERS, and the public in geuuru!, where he is prepared to riervu Uieul Willi any article duuiruiile in his iine, maiiiiliieiured FU0..I 1'il.-! iSbrif a TOOK iu reusoinUiki rules, aod eauslautiou guarnn-U'rd in every insiunee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

SADDLES of every description on hand and made to order on short notice. BRIDLES of every pattern and mount, according to taste. COLLARS to suit in every particular, and of the very best make. DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS manufactured to order in extra fancy and ordinary ,tyles. and rigged with the best material in tho lino of silver pla ed or common mountings. Cart, Carriage, and every other description of Whips always on hand, and of superior manufacture. Thankful to-the publicfortheliberaipatronage heretofore extended to him, he solicits a continuance of tho same, which he will endeavor to merit by giving entire satisfaction, June 19,'GS-iy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

rpHE BELLEFONTE BOOT AND SHOE STORE GRAHAM & SOX "Manufacturers of, and Dealers in GUST'S FRENCH CALF. AND CONGRESS BOOTS AND SHOES. Having added largely to mir former stock wo can assure tho community that we havo now the best selection in Central Pennsylvania, of LADIES BUTTONED, FRONT LACE, SIDE LACE, AND CONGRESS U00TS, Manufactured from tho best English lasting. GLOVEJKID, CONGRESS & BALMORAL, of the latest sljle. j MOROCCO BOOTS, wit! [andgvrithout heels. And a full "assortment et MISSES' A:\D CHILDREN'S SHOES. Also a lar^o lo t of those cheap shoes, such as we read about, and of which we are soiling off CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST. Wc invito an examination of our goods. MutVBR-It

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Mt UriJtfonte «pti<mal«. A POLITICAL AXD ItEWS JOUB2JAL, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, B. A. «k E. II. ItI3VSS,OE, I»ro's, BELLEFOXTE, PA. -». TERjIS:—Two Dollars per year, invariably in advance. .*» BATES OF ADVERTISING. TRANSIENT ADVERTISING, 20 Cents j>er liae for Four insertions «>i- iiess. 5 tents per iine for esicItActtUtional Insertion. STANDING ADVERTISING. 1 INi.:H, THREE MONTHS, . Sj? 3.00 1 INU.i SIX AiOJVTi.S 5.00 1 INCH TWELVE MONTHS, . 10.00 Special rates lor larger space. Address L'- HST.A.T X O ZET-A-Xj,"' Beliefonte, Pa. It. A. IClXSLOE, E- II. Kisslou. hotels!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

QTERNBERG & BRANDEIS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CLOTHING, DRY GOODS, OIL CLOTHS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, GROCERIES, &C, &C.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

i <. ' MIS CELEAJSiE O US. vy-ILLIAMSPORT COMMERCIAL COLLEGE. Duly Ciiatiteeed and Organized by the Legislature to grant Diplomas to its Graduates. THIS INSTITUTION, but recently started, was vjeleoined at its outset, by a more liberal patronage than that which has been accorded any other Commercial College ia the country. \ ADVANTAGES. Beauty, .Health, and Business Importanco of location. It is readily accessible from all parts by Railroad. Its course of Instruction is full, thorough, and pre-eminently practical. Boarding CHEAPER than >t any other similar Institution. For terms, specimens of-businessand Ornamental penmanship, samples of money used in College Bank, &c, call at the Office, or address J. P. DAVIS. "Williamsport, Pa. Aug. 2,'67-ly.

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