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

JOHN H HAHN, Practical Watchhakhr aud Jbwbliu, J.0.4.Eu8b's Arcade, [with G. W. Fairer* Co.] g£ Tho subscriber would respectfully GU* !nfom t"0 citiiens of Beliefonte and ffi^gvicinity, that ho has permanently located as above. As a good and reliable watchmaker aud jeweler is greatly needed in this locality to meet tho increasing demands, he takes this method »f introducing hiinself to the public. Repairing is a speciality with him, and hav. ingno other business in connection therewith he can give his entire attention to this branch ofbusiness, aud respectfully solicits a trial to prove that all ^ork entrusted to his care give entire eatisfaot on. All work sn. h as Watches, Clocks, Jewelry Ac, will bo promptly, and carefully executed Also, Musical Clocks and Boxes, skillfullv re« paired. Don't forgot the^placo 'No. i Bu sh ° Arcade. u Aug. 21,'BS.ly, ( ,; i ' ' | > '( I * ' j '

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

QHEGARAY INSTITUTE, ¦3aLUBAuBpBH„ FOR YOUNG LAIHKQ BOARDING AND DAY §jHU 1627 and 1629 Spruce Street, ' Will reopen on Mond^t• «".' ^" n ' en 1, tini language of the family and i, Wn.u»ul spoken ia the In.titnte. wnstandy iTnri-e j-r-flr^f S^8 D'HERVILLY, 6'"Vow^'StcwM: Priwtpal. ( t ' 1 '

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

A TTENTION! MONEY AND TIME SAVED! By going direct to HOWELL. GILLILAMDI CO 1 & 2 BUSH'S ARCADE, BELLEFONTE, PA. To purchase everj-lhing in the line of LADIliS'HRESS GOODS, GKNT'S FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, . LOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE, HARDWARE, NOTIONS, &C, 4C. Onr stocV, is without doubt, and we challenge deninl. the largest ever opened in Beliefonte. Our DOUBLE STORE Is literallv packed full of the finest and 1 Cheapest articles in our line that can be obtained in the eastern markets. In Ladies' Furs, We are ahead ol any merchant in the County. Although our stock heretofore has been large, tlie present comple.ely eclipses anything ever before attempted in this section. An examination will prove (he truth of our assertions. Eemember the Place ! HOWELL, G1LLILAND AGO. 9 4 ly Hush's Arcade. H HI HH USB sBffiMBSssUVHB^Biiiiv ^HHHI n IS SI ^^^B^r^SwW f^MiflHl enmSsSffi reP§§l H&HsJ^SLflafir fl^ iiiiiiiiiiH ffif *4<I1 wu'ii...

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

. - - . ¦ NEW F ADVERTISEMENTS Y . riEO. W. FAIRER & CO. No, 4. BusKs Arcade. Has just received the largest stock of FURS Ever brought to Centre county. Their stock comprises some of the best material in the New York and Philadelphia Markets, and ranjes in prices from $4.00 to $125 PER SETT. Not only in the Fur Line does Mr. Fairer excel other establishments in the County, but in Zephyrs, Saxony Wool, Germantown Wool, Cashmero Yarns, Factory Yarns, Shetland Wool, Zephyr and Paper Patterns. In the Hosiery Line, wo can supply Ladies', Gent's and Misses' Hose, Insertings and Edgings. Also, Ladies, Gent's and Misses' knit Pants and Vests Paper Collars and Cull's, Scarfs, Buckskin, Fancy and plainer styles of Gloves. Also, Cambiic Burnings, Black and Fancy Silks, Hepp, Poplins, French Merinos, Wool Delaines, Calicos, etc,, etc., etc. LADLES' FURNISHING GOODS Embracing a lino assortment of Patent Breast Protectors, Chignons, llair Plaits, Coids and Tassels, Hoop Skirts, and the ...

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

T)R. TAYLOR'S OLIVE BRANCH BITTERS. A MIANGLLEADD ERAE B. TONIC STIMULANT, STOMACHIC AND CARMINATIVE BITTERS, EXTRACTED ENTIRELY FROM HERBS aND ROOTS. . HIGHLY BENEFICIAL IN DYSPEPSIA, GENERAL DEBILITY AND LOSS OF APPETITE ; AND AN EXCELLENT CORRECTIVE FOR PERSONS SUFFERING FROM DISORDERS OP THE BOWELS, FLATULENCE, 4C. SOLD EVERYWHERE. Deao', No, 413 Market Street, Philadelphia. J. K. TAYLOR 4 CO. 10 9 f» ly gd.

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

. ( ,k j j i i J' t t |0 A c p ' J C ? IG B L - jed \ I «I J THE PHRENOLOGICAL JOUR-1 NAL and LIFE ILLUSTRATED, is a first class Monthly, specially devoted to tho "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, Sketchee and Biographies ot the leading Men and Women of the World, are important features. Much general aud useful information on the leading topics of the day is given. It is intended to be the most interesting and instructive Pictorial Family Magazine Published. Tkrms—A New Volume, tho 49th, commen- I ces with the January Number. Published Monthly, in quarto lorm, at 93 a year, in advance. Sample numbers sent by first post, 30 cents. Clubs of ten or more, 32 each per copy, and an extua copy to agent. Wo are now offering the most liberal premiums ...

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

THE ~ ANVIL STORE STOVES, STOVES, STOVES The Anvil Store is now receiving the largest and best lot of Stoves over brought to the market, among which is the justly celebrated ORIENTAL PARLOR STOVE, all fize=, Parlor Heaters, f.ir- chamber above These stoves have no equal lor beauty or utility NIAGARA COOK, Four sizes. SUSQUEHANNA COOK, Four sizes. NESV AND IMPROVED PARLOR GAS BURNERS, Four Sizes. NBW STYLES EGG STOVE. NEW STYLE ARCTIC. NEW STYLE PICKET STOVES, and various other iiatlerns, also Heating Furnaces for dwellings and clnirclics, to be lint up with bricks, and portable, cas d Willi galvanized sheet, lo be used without bricks, which will heat l'rom four lo eight rooms, according to ?ize. . <J 25 tf . IRWIN & WI LS( )N.

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

"DAND'S AIR-TIGHT GAS BURNING HEATER, WARRANTED TFIE BEST. SEFF-FE15DING EVAPORATOR. Satisfaction G-uarantead. E-AND, PEKKINS & CO.,

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

if a iiiiiATroNAL. ^^'^Moratog, OCT. 23, '68. ^^^KATIONAL TICKET. FOR PKESIBENT, G-EN. U. S. GRANT, \ OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT, ' SCHUYLER COLFAX, OF INDIANA. , "UKioiTEAECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Tlie following named gentlemen con- j li'iite tlio Union Executive Committee ot , 'e'.itro county fo" 'lie cns»mg year: j Vcllcfonte—V'ni. V. Wilson, Chairman. Vllrihuro—J. B. Kahn, i'nioneiilc—Gee. Alexander, = jlomirJ—VT. L. Gordon, Fhilltysburp—Robert Lloyd, j Ikrmtr—CiiA. C. Dare, Jloagx—Win. Curtin, Vn'rnslU—Dr. M. Stewart, ' Curtin--Jacob V. Knoll, * ' ¦ -'•¦(••/iifon—J°s- •"• -E^' Crr'ir/— John D. Long, , #,,¦/,(«!—Dr. 1'. T. amsser, j iljif Jl'oon—Wm. L. Wilson, j Jinris -John J. Thompson, { Ji',,.,:.t„v7_Uaviil B. Fletcher, ' , •;.....j,,,,—John J. Thompson, V",...;,,_\Viii. V. Courier, :, - .- ;„«—John Ntrunk, ""; r—Col. K. II. Sti'ohecker, ¦>.' _ ..,-.,,)._!'. Ii. Waddle, | . I ¦ v •—I!. O. Lvinintior, ll ;\" ;-—M. L. Leitzel, J _,-,' . /,._Hidun-tl Atlicrton. j ,r,i. ¦ ...

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

If there is no borough ordinance requiring owners of houses to keep in repair the pavements in front of their property, there should be, and that soon. The pavements of this town, are in about as delapidated condition as one could well imagine. They are really dangerous to walk upon after night full. THE NATIONAL a-OblnxMUw litaHr.Ii™Millb.p. ' ' j*J*J*^L'*n^. Mntt t* llM- All Sodttj nMlutlml wk.w« "»»•» „__ _,_, 0 Buadlas caBdldfttM ftc oOoB, liMT " '*•"w* ¦ *DT**t ' «fu.n maps Kb., .t «0> t» I-"¦-'¦-' ¦» LOCAL NEWS and TrffiuotiSj^rr^vTbookT papers received will appear in our next issue. The house of Judge Shaler * stili offered for sale. A fine bargain can he secured by applying early. ______ Will onr friends throughout the country and State seud us short communications of local interest. PiioF. Sands, the magician and slight of hand performer has oeen iytng seriously ill at the Brockerhoff House, in this place, for the past week. Cline & Maliphan...

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

The south side of Spring street is looking up. Dr. Mitchell's new house is under roof and fast approaching completion. Mr. Bush's new brick tenant houses are going up rapidly. Mrs. Livingston has a small, neat brick house up to the second story, and the Presbyterian church have the joists nearly all in place. This church will be the handsomest improvement ever made in Beliefonte. The stone of which it is being built, rivals in color and texture the finest Trenton brown stone. It is easily worked, and yet free from seams and extremely solid. It is rather remarkable that the quarry has never before been worked to any extent. It will lie a very popular and very durable stone.

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

The roof upon Bush's Hotel," under the energetic management of our friend Frank (Frank McLain) is going on rapidly. We are confidently promised that we can prepare to move in two weeks. When in our new office, we desire that our friends should all come and visit us, and at the same time see the largest steam, water or any other, power printing office outside the cities. In presses the ^National office will out-number the combined forces of the Watchman, Reporter, Berichter, and Journal, a newpaper just started in Pbilipsburg. If any of the above offices desire paper cut for jobbing purposes, we will just mention that it is not necessary to send to Philadelphia hereafter ; having placed in our office within the past week a Hoe Improved Paper Cutter. Paper cut to all sizes gentlemen, at less than Philadelphia rates. Job work neatly executed.

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

Since our Democratic friends have ceased to delight us with the music of their band, we understand the young colored men of the town are making an effort to organize themselves into a band. The enterprise has the countenance and support of our best citizens in both parties, and should be encouraged. Such an organization will furnish amusement to these young men—keep them out of mischief, and be a source of pleasure to our people. The negroes are a musical people, and if properly "directed, this movement will no doubt be entirely successful. Talking about bands, why is it that our band, once so celebrated, cannot be revived. Boalsburg, Pbilipsburg, Osceola, Tyrone—all our neighboring towns, have good bands. Why have not we ? We have good instruments; we have plenty of musical talent and skill; we have a community which appreciates good music. What do we lack ? Nothing, but a leader Surely we have the material of which leaders are made. Will not some ot our energetic young men take ...

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

The extent and value of the improvements in our town are certainly remarkable and praiseworthy. But is it not just possible that we are locking up too much capital in building? Not less than two hundred and fifty thousand dollars are being expended in improvements which will benefit no person but the person building and the mechanics who build. All this is well, but have we enough active capital to stand it ? Would it not have been better for the town to have this money in manufactures. Something which would bring people and trade both to our place. We merely suggest. Think of it. A gentleman of skill and practical knowledge of the business, proposed, last week, to start at once in Beliefonte, a manufac tory of saws aud reaper knives. The enterprise required very little capital, and could have been commenced within a month with a few men. It is a business which pays very largely, and is just such an enterprise as is needed here, but few, if any, of our citizens gave him any enco...

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

Fashion Gossip.—Open waists with chemisettes are very much worn. The Maria Theresa waist, square with an inside fichu of folds is suitable to handsome materials. It should always be accompanied -with the open sleeve, tight to the elbow, and ruffled. The rolling collar or revers is a revival of an old custom familiar to all We commend this to ladies with narrow chest, as it give the appearance of greater breadth. It is fashionable for demi-toilette both for the house and street, with a chemisette of muslin or cambric. When used for more dressy attire a lace chemisette is necessary- The heart-shaped waist opens very low, and will not admit of lace alone. Young ladies with plump figures wear two narrow puffs of muslin edged withlace, or of net, extending up the front of the corsage and around the neck. The surplice or shawl waist has deep pleats on each shoulder falling in folds to the belt aud crossed like a fichu. This is becoming to slender figures. The back is slightly fulled i...

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

Weikt Fokney, esq., editor of the Jlarrisburg State Guard paid our office a visit last Monday. As is the case with all visitors to Beliefonte, he was struct with the wonderful improvements we have made within the past few years. He says there is no town or city in the State that will begin to compare with us in this respect. This shoidd give our capitalists renewed energies to keep on in the good work of improveing and adding to the already beautiful appearance of Beliefonte. At the same time, let them labor earnestly to attract manufacturing interests and men of capital here. Without these we shall never realize our expectations ; ueither will the moey now being invested in magnificent residences ever pay for the investment. We challenge any town in the State to offer the same inducements to men .of capital that we are now offering here.

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

The New PBEfeBYTEBiAN Chough—If any one wants to see what kind of building stone this region can furnish, let him examine the brown, or red sand stone of which the new Presbyterian church is being built. Enough of the water-table and of the smaller tower has been laid to give some idea of the appearance the building will present when completed. The color is one of the softest, most delicate, and agreeablg to the eye that we have ever seen. The grain of the stone admits of fine dressing, and under the direction of Mr. Teager, who has taken the contract for the cutting, this part of the work will be well done. It is not expected now to get the building under roof before winter. The door and window frames will not be set up this season. The walls will be carried up to the sills and then covered over till spring. Meantime the cut stone and wood work will be thoroughly prepared, so that the building can be run up without delay when the next building season opens. The contractors, the...

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

The Jubilee.—The men who assisted on Tuesday of last week in reducing the Democratic majority in Centre county, met on last Friday evening to congratulate each other iu the success of their efforts. Delegations from Zion and Milesburg were present to share in the glory. The programme consisted of a torch-light procession, music, speeches, and a general interchange of good feeling. • After the parade the several companies in attendance, were massed in front of the Eepublican head-quarters and were there entertained by Messrs. Hutchison, Brown, Yocum, Holohan and Love. Loud and frequent calls were made for Judge Linn, Gen. Beaver, Furst and Stephens who had such implicit faith in the ability of the others to eutertain the audience, that they failed to respond. All present were encouraged by a review of the situation, and then and there renewed their determination to struggle for a complete triumph at the November election. Mr. Holohan whom we have mentioned as one of the speakers ...

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

We desire to correct awrong impression that seems to have been made upon the minds of some of our citizens, by parties who always take a lively interest in perversions of the truth ; in fostering local dissension and petty strife. We blush for our common humanity, when we acknowledge that there are things walking upright and claiming the respect due to manhood whose sole occupation in life is the agitation c* disputes, and the dissemination of lies; who befoul by then- very contact, the otherwise fair exterior of society. Some of this ilk, and we must regret the fact that we have such in our midst, have for some days past been laboring assiduously to persuade our Catholic fellow-citizens that positive insult was intended them by the' Tanners who paraded Bishop street on the occasion of the jubilee, which took place on Friday night last. The facts, in brief' are as follows : The Tanner organizations of this place met on Friday evening last for parade, and as has been their custom...

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

The Academy.—The old Academy property is beginning to show signs of renewed youth. A ver neat porch has been constructed in front of the middle section of the building, extending over the entire space between the two wings, a length of over sixty feet. The wmdows have all been renewed in the dwelling part, and the whole interior is being partitioned on a new plan. When these improvements are completed, the middle section will form a very comfortable, convenient, and even elegant residence for the principal. The school room has been repainted and papered; and with the excellent walnut furniture with which it is provided, together with some fine pictures which grace the walls, and a melodeon upon the platform, it forms as commodious, cheerful and inviting a school room as we have ever seen. This matter of neatness and ornamentation in a school room is ordinarily too much neglected. The real importance of it is not realized as it should be. It is as truly a means of educating the p...

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