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

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

engage as actively in the t- i for the next two weeks as y. : evious to the October elec-<; . in carry Centre county for (_; . i Colfax. But once carry ii .. j can hold it for ' evermore. L ' ^publican should see the imi). of voting himself, and bavin:' ;.'.¦¦ nuighbqr vote. Wi: wonder how the Watchman stands on the question of the withdrawal of Seymour and Blair. The World is in favor of it; but of course, the Vi'atchman, Importer and the other gapers of like ilk will remain quiet until their leader, Mr. La Cross Democrat comes out' For shame, that these jwpers cannot have an opinion of their own, and express it. A great number of Democrats in this county are anxious to vote for Grant, and are patiently waiting for something to turn up in "order that they may do so. The withdrawal oi Seymour mid Blair will give them this opportunity. Truly, the De nocraey never before were in such a sad plight and is it any wonder, when such another defeat—no hope of success at all—sta...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

¦ ::'ji-: bcty or the hois. As a party we are prone to feel too secure in the election of Grant snd Colfax. Now, although there is not the least possibility of their defeat, yet their ultimate election is not all that we desire to accomplish Centre county must be grasped from the hands of rebels and traitors. It has been too long in their hands for the good of its citizens. Through their mismanagement we are compelled to pay taxes, that, if the administration of our county's affairs had l>?cn iu our own hands, we should not now be paying. In order to carry the county for Grant, by a large majority, we must in the first place keep up our organizations—keep up the enthusiasm. T.tit. ns r-nnsfi not in our labor for the cause of truth, liberty and justice Let us go actively to work. Let our chairman appoint another series of meetings throughout the entire county. Already our enemies are at work. Saturday night last another campaign fund was raised, and arrangements made for t...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

IlEADQUAKTEUS OF THE UNION Re- } publican County Committee. V Beleefoxte, Oct. IU, ISO'S. ) To the Republicans of Centve. County-The Republican Executive County' Committee tender their hearty congratulations to their Republican friends throughout the county upon the glorious results achieved by them on the 13th instant. It is a victory. A victory of which we may well be proud. A victory in favor of law, order and peace. In face of the most vigilant opposition we have reduced the Demo cratic majority of old Centre from 083 last year to 377 this year—a gain of 306. We can congratulate ourselves that no other county in the State, in proportion to her vote, has done as. well. This fact alone should stimulate us to greater efforts for the final battle on the 1st Tuesday of November. By active and earnest work on our part, Centre County will give a majority of her votes for our noble standard-bearers, Grant and Colfax. We would admonish our friends not to be over confident from the ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Mr. MEEK. That republics are ungrateful, or at least that the people of a republican government are ungrateful, or perhaps, more properly, that the Democratic party is ungrateful will not certainly be denied by tho gentleman whose name heads this paragraph. After eight years of political drudgery and dirty work—after sacrificing all claims to decency—respectibility—after prostituting ihe influence of a party {VaJVer \6 the basest uses of partisan politics—after a treasonable course which must have done credit to a paper published in the very hot-bod of disunion —after his efforts in counseilinsr re ristance to the power of the government in recruiting its armies—after a personal abuse ot tho patriotic men who wore serving in our armies, which was viler than the Billingsgate of the vilest fish woman. Alter, and notwithstanding all these valuable services iu the cause of rrni-Democracy, he receives from the Democrats of Centre county, 1.4:3 votes less than a man, who, during all t...

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

DEMOCRATS, ATTENTION ! The following (German) circular was handed to us by a friend, on last Monday. We present it to our readers in English. Can our Democratic friends deny but there is more truth than poetry in it 1 Let them, if they be men, step out from the ranks of such an unprincipled and ungrateful party. Show your manhood by voting for Grant and Colfax at the coming election: To the Desiockatic Votebs of the Townships of Haines, Miles, Penn, Gkegg, Potteb, AND Ferguson in Centre County. Where do we stand? Have we been justly regarded in the formation of our County Ticket ? We form the majority of the Democratic townships, aud have saved through our majorities, year after year, the Democratic ticket iu this county. How have we been rewarded for the success of the Democratic ticket in this county? The answer is—by base ingratitude. There exists a clique in Beliefonte, which would undertake to lead our nominations to serve their own plans; and it has succeeded. This makes the...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

In all probability—judging .from the tone of Philadelphia papers, the municipal elections of Philadelphia will be contested, for the following reasons:—It has been proven that fraudulent naturalization papers had been in existence ; that whole car loads of Baltimore and New York roughs, gamblers, pimps, &c, were thrown into the city on election day; that boobies of men calling themselves sheriff's deputies, but having no authority whatever, composed of the roughest characters in the neighborhood, crowded around the polls, and prevented men from voting, at the same time wounding and killing both citizens aud the duly commissioned officers of the peace; that at a great many polls the returns show an utter disproportion of the assessment list; and that the grossest irregularities are alleged in a great many wards. Now, should these worngs not be righted ? To do this they must contest the election, and the election should be contested in every voting precinct iu the State, whe...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. AUDITORS NOTICE. ii. Tho imiler.-iglied itripoiiitGil Auditor by tlie Orphan's Court of Outre county, to miilco ilistrilmtioii of 1 ho balance in tlio hands of .Tiispvili Ji.iker, oxoeutor in the estale of Joseph Baker, executor in Hits estate of Abraham Haklemaii, to anil nmoiiR the parties entitled thereto, will alleiut to the duties of his appointment at his ollie : in Ucilcfonte' on Thursday, Nov. 5th, at TO o'clock, A. M., -when and whciv nil interest, il tlier.-iii may attend if they see proiier. UIIA11LE3 H. I1AI.K. Ki'lG-lt Auditor. pOPPJCR KETTLES OF DIE-\ J l''KH.K_\"r siz's and weights, direct from the Factory, at low rales bv I ft 11! t f 11 tWl N & WILSON. pOALSHURG- ACADEMY. liOALSlIUlU), CENTUM CO., I'EXN'A. Tim Winter Session of tills Institution will riiiiiini'iiV'i on Monday, Nov. 1M, lRIi,-', and consists of I wo terms of ten weeks each, exclusive of a vacation ol two weeks clurinir the llollidays. Male and Keniale pupils received...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

carry this county by at least I'fiO majority. Hitch a result will break tlio charm of Democracy ami enable us, with moderate exertion, next year to give the n,1mini<irati"ii ol local affairs in this county to the IViumln of cnlighteneil progress. The interests of our county >lciu;inil a lH OUB IJUTY. We owe it to ourselves—we owe it to our party—wc owe it to our principles—we owe it to our candidates, to carry Centre county for Grant at our next election. It is not a (]uestion of ability, but rather one of willingness or desire. A vigorous mid organized canvass of two weeks will not only enable us to win i!0U votes from tlio opposition, which taken from their vote and added lo ours, would give us a small majority, but it will enable us to change—the people in fl"'"" m':u' demand a change, and it only remains for us to infuse into the people tho courage <o demand at the ballot.box what they really desire in order to wrest forever from a corrupt party the ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Home Aftei: Business Ilouits.—The roatl along T,"hieh tlie man ofbusiness travels in the pursuit of competence or wealth, is not a macadamized one, nor does it ordinarily lead through pleasant scenes and by -well springs of delight. On the contrary, it is a rough and rugged path, beset with "wait a bit" thorns, aud full of pitfells, which can only be avoided by the watchful care of circumspection. After every day's journey over this worse than rough turnpike road, the wayfarer needs somethihg more than test; he reauirus solace, and he SOUND THE ALARM ! HKi'vm.H'Ns to Yorn 1'osr ! The following, taken from a private letter to the Editor of the Pitts burg CoMMEKCiAi., contains a timely warning, which Republicans should heed: "I fear our friends havo stacked anus, and will bo found on the day of the Presidential elention without organization and enthusiasm. This should not be. "\\ here are our speakers:' nasnotFranUlilair, the pi'odctirmineit assassin, given ns anew and startling...

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

-^» Frederick F. Packer, nearly SO years old, lives a hermit life in Quiduit village, Nantucket, Mass., with a parrot and monkey for his only companions. He visited the main land, recently, for the first lime in more than twenty years, and was badly scared at tlie. locomotive as it rushed to tha wharf. u;ho3idTt? why cline & 3viokgan DID IT. AND THEY DID IT JUST RIGHT. They believe that whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well, -lnd upon tihs; piinciple they have opened a FIRST-CLASS MEAT MARKET, In Mrs. Irvin's store room on the north side of the Diamond, and two doors north of Allegheny street. They will slaughter good cattle every day, and will therefore have constantly on hands good fresh meat of every description. They will also keep for the accommodation ot customers chickens, eggs, butter, &c. Whenever tlie people want something real good—a little extra nice, let them call at CLINE & MORGAN'S CITY MEAT MARKET. 91S'6Stf _. _ Sir Morton...

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

TN THE DISTRICT COURT OF The "United States for the Western District of Pennsylvania, Nathan McCioskoy, a Bankrupt, under the Act of Congress of March 2d ISuT, having applied for a discharge from all his debts, and other claims provable under said Act, by order of the Court, Notice is hereby given, to all persons who have proved their debts, aud other persons interested, to appear on the 5th day of November, lJSte' , at 4 o'clock, P. M., before T. ]•:. Smith, E*|., llegi.-lor of said Court, at the BroukerhoiT House, in Bellefonie, to show cause, if anv thev have, wliv a Discharge should n-jc he granted to the said Bankrupt. Aud further notic ; is hereby given that the second and third meetings of Crcditois of tho said Bankrupt, required by the 27th and 23th Sections of said Act, will be held before the said Register, at the same time axd place. S. C. McCANDLESS, 10 lC-2t Clerk. BOOK AGENTS, JJ Are meeting with rare success in selling Sir S.AV. Baker's Explorations and Adventures a...

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

(JM00A MONTH.—MALE ORFE-<!D Male Agents wanted. lOlGfit* U.E.1.UCKWOOI,, ei00 PER MONTH.—AGENTS , —^Y"" 1211' Jla,e or Female, that can earn from S55 to SlOl) a month at their owni homes and all expenses paid. For full particulars atlrJ"n1?'1.^ lW0 stnmi>s' E- E. LOCKWUOD. :--..21- • Ascnt-WANTED ^ AGENTS.—MALE ! ., • °r F V m;,1'-'--Can clear S3i) per week at their own hjme, in a, i;g.,t and hunorable business. Any person having a few hours daily to spend will find this a "good paving business Address, sending two stamps, r„f f,;n particulars E. E. LOCKWOOJ), 10 10 Gt Detroit, Mich. J50.HAL1I-HA.NT, JAS. CL1XK VENDERS IN FISH, OYSTERS, VENISON And produce of all kinds. These Gentlemen intend supplying Beliefonte. Milesburg and Snow Shoe with the above articles, always fresh. Fresh Fish received every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday. OYSTERS To bo had at all times,—Can, Tub, Keg, or in Shell. Trade and cash given for all kinds of countrv produce. ' KEEP A>f...

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

MANUFACTURING DE.-VLERS I1\T Magee Patent Heater.?, .Ranges and Stoves. NO. 124 NORTH SIXTH STREET NO. 124 NORTH SIXTH STREET PHILADELPHIA, PA. Send for descriptive Circular. K 25 Bin Cooking -Ranges, Low Grates, Registers, Ventilators, ALSO AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED

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

MISCELLANEOUS. fFBAN^RUFfcY^ JL In TJ. S. "District Court, AVestern District of Pennsylvania. This is to give notice that on the 3d day of October, A. D. lb'GS, a warrant in Bankruptcy was issued against the estate of John Edman, of Miles township, inihe county of Centre, and State of Pennsylvania, who bus been adjudged a Bankrupt on his own petition; that tlie payment of any debts and delivery of any property belonging to such Bankrupt, to him or for his use, and tlio transfer of any property by him are forbidden by law; that a meeting of the creditors of the said Bankrupt, to prove their debts and choose one or more assignees of his estate will bo held at the Broikerhoif House, in Bellcibntc, before T. E. Smith, Register, on the nth day of November, A. D. ISOS, at 4 o'clock, r. m.THOMAS A. KOWLEY, Marshall, As Mi'Sssenger By DAA'ID CAMEICON, Deputy. HlOlt IN THE ORPHAN'S COURT OF JL Ontrc county. In the mutter of the ost:itoof"\ViHi:iiu IJaily, riuiiM., (he nnder.siyinxl an Am...

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

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

QIXTEENTH QUARTERLY U RTjVTEMENT of I he 1st Kalional Bank of B.dloibnte, * >v tjuartoj? ending U" iober I'd, lSUS. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, J22P,::97 -15 Suspended Debts, 1-1,277 23 Bonds to secure circulation lC0,UUtl Ou Other TJ. S. Bonds Sii.fltO t;o Due from Natioral Banks 2P,li!7 £H Due from oilier Banks and Bankers 1A27 IS Cash Items I3.bVt Ki Expense Fixture jaiid Tax, eic liyst:2 S!> Legal Tender N Otis, <£e S2,271 79 $450,659 41 LIABILITIESCapital Stock 100,009 00 Surplus "Fund olUIUO 0U Notes received from Comptroller.. S7,i!09 00 Due Depositors 177,033 Gl Due National Banks 3.1,4.5169 Duo other Banks and Banters f,S90 71 Interest and Exchange lt:,GSt 40 S4oO,G59 41 JOHN P. HAERIS, Cashiek. Sworn to a vl subscribed, lefore me this SUUt day of Octolier, 1308. EVAN M. BLANCHAKD, Notarv Punnc.

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

MEBCA-NTILE. ¦ ^-EW HARDWARE STORE! BUGGY WHEELS, in setts, re dy-made, foreale by J. & J. HARRIS Oct.4,'67 CALL AND SEE THE CHAMPION CLOTHES WRINGER !-Tho best article in that lino over offered to the public, now for sale by J. & J. HARRIS sep21'66 J. * J. HARRIS. NO. 5, BROKERHOFF ROW. A new and complete Hardware Store has been opened by the undersigned in BrokorhofTs new building—where they are prepared to sell all kind" of Building and House FurnishingHardwaro,Iron, Steel, Nails ind every variety of gooda in their lino, ar the lowest rates. Confident of giving entire satisfaction we would respectfnllj »„iioit thepublic patronag^ janS'68—ly MILL SAWS, CIRCULAR and Hand Saws, Tennon Saws, We •!» Saws, <tc, for sale by J. 4 J. HARRIS mayl0'*67. TOE CREAM FREEZERS, Bath X Tubs, Clothes Racks and Universal Clothes Ring< rs, for sale by may4'66 J. 4 J. HARRIS. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GLASS and Mirrror Plata of all sites, and glass cut to an&a...

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

TW"EW BOOK STORE. WHOLESALE 4 RETAIL BOOKS, STATIONARY, AND NEWS EMPORIUM. JACOB D. MILLER, Has purchased the Book, Stationary and News Establishment of Kinsloe 4 Brother, on Alleghany street, near the Diamond, to which he has just added a large invoice of goods such as is genera llj kept in a well conducted Book and Stationary store. His£»tock «oasists of THEOLOGICAL, LAW, MEDICAL, MISCELLANEOUS, SUNDAY SCHOOL, and SCHOOL BOOKS. Blank, Time, and Pass Books, Diaries. Every grade and price of Cap,"Legal, Bill, Letter and Note Paper' Fine Frnch paper, envelopes of every dlseription and priee, pea i, inks, traasparent and eammon flat**, p«neils, 4c, 4o. ALSO DAILTJ* WEEKLY JPAPBRS, MAGA ZINBS AND SHEETS MUSIC. ~A large supply of Legal and Justices, a laak constantly on hand. U. S. INTERNAL BENENUB STAMPS. He is also agent for Loohmaa'a celebrated WRITING FLULD Country merchants wonld do well to examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I can sell at manufacturers priees. BO...

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

"VTEW GOODS! A large assortment ef new spring and summer goods hare just been unpacked at the 'tore of J. B. AWL, Allegheny Street, Balefonte, Pa., and are now offered to the people at the most reasonable prices. His stock comprises} DRY GOODS OF EVERY VARIETY, such as MUSLINS, CALICOES, DELAINES, SILKS Mormocs, Ginghams, Checks, Cassioiers. 4c Also, ' GROCERIES, ALL KINDS, Provisions, Superior Dried Fruit. Boots and Shoes, Hats and Cops, Queenswaro and in fact everythingusually kept in his line' J. B. AWL. May 1 ,'oS-ly. \ |i '

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