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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

"I don't see anything so ridiculous in the idea," observed the young man rather piqued at the amusement of his relatives. . "At all events there is one incalculable advantage that may result from my departure." "And what is that, Mr. Oracle ?" "The fact is that you have played your last freak upon me, yon tormenting little minx!" "Don't be too certain of that, cousin Jack," said Minnie, shaking her long-eurls. "What will you venture I don't bestow 'a parting trick on you yet? Ah! I havn't settled with you for several little pieces of impertinence,' but pray don't imagine they are forgotten, sir!" "My diamond sleeve buttons to your coral necklace that you don't impose upon me within the next month, Minnie," said Jack, gaily. "Done," said Minnie. "Girls, you all hear the wager, don't you! I always coveted Jack?s diamonds." f j ] 1 T " '' rs i: a C "b e "But you won't have them,- .'Madembii selle! How dark it is getting in this cadaverous old hall. Shall I ring' for lights, Uncle C...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

VOLUME XL NUMBER 9

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Home and Foreign Items atiBceUaneoas. Boston pays annually $50,000 for church music. London spends $500,000 annually to lay the dust in its streets. Mississippi has, in some sections, raised three crops of hay this year. The Republicans will have a majority on joint ballot in the Indiana Legislature of 30 or 35. A citizen of Pittsburg has given $50,000 to build a home for shoeblacks and newsboys in that city. - Three vessels were lost on Lake Michigan, during a gale on the nth inst. The crew of one of them perished. Some of the English scientific newspapers do not like the,, American plan ofbuilding war vessels, and criticise it harshly. The three shortest post-office names in the United States are T. B. (Md.), Ali (Ohio), arid Po (Ind.) Judy says Lord Amberly, Earl Russell's son, islike a points-he "has neither parts nor magnitude, hut has position." A Maine newspaper reports a large "crop of granite" on the Kennebec river in that State. It is calculated that thirty-five th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Personal. ' If the Democrats cast off Seymour, why should they not take up Nasby ? Queen Isabella, of Spain, reigned thirtyfive years to a day. Delaware county has an old lady of 105, who cau walk six miles a day. A life of President Johnson, it is said, is being written by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens. John Quincy Adams has returned from bis Southern tour, and is at his home in Massachusetts. ¦ The ex-Fenian Head Centre, Stephens, is announced as teaching school just now in Paris. The monument to the late Major General Sedgwick was unveiled on the 21st inst., at West Point. M. Thiers, is said to have lost $100,000 within the last two years by had speculations in newspapers. Some of the jewelry of the unfortunate Empress Carlotta is for sale in Washington. Bill Porter, a notorious character, was shot dead at Memphis by a man named Carline, on the 17th inst. The Emperor Napoleon, it is said, intends to give the widow of Count<Wale wski a pension of $18,000 out of his private fun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

FaeetUe. Show us the young woman whose waist has ever been encompassed by an arm of the sea. Who has ever seen the cow that had calves on her legs? Where is the identical nose of the bellows that ever smelt a rat? Where is the person who was ever felt for by the heart of an oak ? Was any barber ever applied to, to shave the beard of an oyster ? What vocalist can lay claim to having ever been listened to by an ear of corn? Who has ever been pushed by a shoulder of mutton ? The individual who was ever seen by the eye of a potato has never been visible. Was there ever an individual unlucky enough to be abused by thes mouth of an7 river ? Who ever felt the breath from the lungs of a chest of drawers ? Is there a soul living who has ever heard a sentiment emanating from the breast of a veal ? All you who know young Sniff kins, are aware that he married old Miss Betsy Blodgett for her money—that he cannot touch it till she dies, and that he treats her very badly on account of what he ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

K3 the Peace, will attend to the writing of deeds, articles of agreement. <fre. Collections and all other business entrusted to his care promptly attended to. Oflk-c onr door north of Wilson & Hutchison's law o.liee, Bellefonte, Pa. May ] 7th, '67. ^ 1 ~ BUSINESS CARDS. A BOYD.HENDSK,SOJX, . Attorney atlia'w, Bellefonte, Pa. Oflice northeast corner of tlio Biamond. 9:4:'(iS. WH. LATJKIMEK, , Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office with the district' Attorney, in the Court House. 9:4:'6S. OHVIS & ALEXANDER, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Conrad House, Allegheny St. aM.-'o'SJG. LOVE, . Attorney at Law, Belltfonte, Pa. Oflice with Adam Hoy, two doors below the Press Building, High Street.. 9.-1:'6S. SB. GBAY, . Attornevat.Law. BeUefonte, Pa. Oflice with A. O. Fnrst, Esq. ¦ ' M-'dH- . INN & 1'UHS'J.', ^ „ Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. 9:4.ua. McALLISTElt &BEAVEB, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonto, Pa. i ).i: OS. rpHAD. p. STEPHE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

"PARKIN & IRWIN, REAL ESTATE AJNTD INSURANCE AGENTS, Have a number of good farms and other property for sale. Building lots within and outside of the Borough limits. They insure lives in the iEtna. This company is reliable prompt and economical. Insures 011 all plans. They also insure iu the North American Life and other good companies. They insure Live stock in the -Etna stock Insurance Conipimy—the most reliable stock insurance company in the United States. Ihcy have also alarge number of^iro Insurance Companies among which are the GUARDIAN, of Philadelphia. IMPERIAL, of London. Wyoming, Coramerce.Fulton. &o., all good and' reliable companies " Consult us before insurintr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

TNSURE YOUR LIFE! This may be done for the benefit of those you love most dearly to render their condition comfortable should you be called away ; or, it may be dono for your own comfort when rest seems most congenial, or to discharge some obligations to creditors. THE UNITED STATES LIFE INSURANCE COMTANl OF NEW YORK, established in lSbO, having assets amounting to over §3,000,900 invested in Hie best of securities, offers special inducements to its patrons. For books, papers or information apply to JOHN D. W.USGAXE, Agont, July24'6S,ljlO Bellefonte, Pa. OOT^TSHOES & GAITERS for men, women and children, all kind. and patterns, cheaper than any where else. mars'' A. STF.RSBI2R& N IMMENSE and at the same time an elegant and tasteful stock of Carpetings and Mattings, at astonishingly low prices, for sale by > „„_T_ STEK2fSEK» & BKANDBIS. OtTAlN BLACK and Colored Me-' a rinos. Figured Armuros and Delaines lursaleby ' STERNBERG & BRANDEIS.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

, . - . . T W. COOKE, , Allegheny St., opposite Brockerhoff Row. Has just received his first installment of new Fall and Winter goods, and to which he respectfully invites the attention of the public. His stock consists iu part of DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,' BOOTS AND SHOES, HATS AND CAPS, CLOTHING, I Ql/EENSWARE. GROCERIES, Ac. So cheap that the ladies never lail to get satisfaction. Remember the place to get the best bargains and cheapest goods is at J. W. Cooks. 7j 3; 'G7. ' MOSES A. LOEB. FERDINAND LOEB. j^j" &F..LOEB, "COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Curriers and Manufacturers of all kinds of WAX KIP & SPLIT LEATHER, DEALERS IS HIDES SOLE-LEATHER, CALFSKINS &c. No 334 North Third Street, Philadelphia. novl-iOthfifi. SUPERIOR WATER CEMENT, CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND FOR SALE This cement has an established reputation /or its superiority over all other manufactures, for Cisterns, Reservoirs, and all other Ti^DEiMVATEK, WORKS. It is warranted, when properly applied, if notice ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

rjUTcENTIRE'S STORE, PLEASANT GAP, CEXTEE CO., PA. -" This store is now supplied with alargestock of KEW SPRING AND SUMMER .GOODS, consisting of • Dry Goods, Clothing, Groceries, • - - Provisions, Queonsware, ..Boots ¦ ' and Shoes, and all articles usually kept in country stores and at THE VERY LOWEST PRICES. Give mo a call. No trouble to show goods. May VeS-ly. L. B. McENTIRE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

-l^H^AlvERY ' ImRK and' COWFE CTIOWERY, [ BUSH'S ARCADE, HIGH STREET, , BELLEFONTE, PA: ' AD All HORKHEIMER Having opened a new and first-class Bakery and Confectionery, he is prepared to serve the public with good fresh] BREAD, PLES, CAKES, COlSTECTIONS and everything in his lino, at all times. His ICE CREAM SALOON will be open during the Summer, and will be kept attractive by the very excellent Cream, of all-popular flavors, constantly on band. Pic Nics, private parlies, &c„ can be supplied with all kinds of Confections, Ice Cream, Cakes, and Fruit at very short notice. ¦ : May 1,'OS ly, , July24'GS,GS.Gt - - Executors.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

BUSINESS CARDS. - • f~ " —- ¦ —~ _ BELLEFONTE IRON FOUNDRY. TODD & DUNCAN, . Bellefonte, Centre county, Penn'a. Furnishers of Grist and SawMill Machinery, Flour packers, Smulters, Todd's Patent f- TURBINE WATER WHEELS, Equal to Ovcrshots, and Circular Saw Mills, with Todd's Improved Patent Feed Work and Past's Patent Head Blocks, for'Circular and Malay Saw Mills, which se,s both ends at once, avoids turning the slab in making the last cut, and avoids variation in thickness in s.awing boards by the setting of careless hands.v Cast Iron framesfnrnishedwhen preferred, and Self-Oiling boxes. ¦ 7; 1; 'US. : . ' B ~ AKERY & CONFECTIONERY!- Tho subscriber would respectfully intmeo the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, ahthfa is prepared to furnish, every day, vnvzTr 7?T>TCJT> ;j i 1 ' I .: Cakes of all kinds,] ..-'"-'. .¦.';' ¦ " Pies, &c, &c, CANDIES, SPICES, NUTS, FRUITS, and anything and everything belonging to the businefs. i D...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

' MISCELLANEOUS. TTARNESS, SADDLE, AND BRIDLE MANUFACTORY, BY J. H. McCLTJRE, New Building, Bishop Street, . BELLEFONTE, PENN ^'A. Mr.. l IcClure having now permanently located himself in the new building erected for the purpose, in-Bishop street, very respectfully and cordially'invites , ., ALL HIS OLD CUSTOMERS, "' - - - ¦ and tho public in general, where ho is prepared :to serve them with any article desirable in his line, manufactured FROM THE BEST STOCK at reasonable rates, and satisfaction, guaranteed in every instance./' '' SADDLES of'every description on hand and made to order on short notice. ';V : BRIDLES - ;-;m'^; of every pattern and mounted according-totaste.': . '.-.. , ' ¦ ¦/¦''. iV Try---''- ; ^collars .'".;'•'(;: to suit in ever; particular, and of the very best" makel . .../,. '- ¦ •>-.*. ¦""• ',.:-:. ' ;; ! ;|)buBEE;ANf) SINGLE HARNESS^'; m'anufactnred to-order in extra fan6^and:pr-'' dinary styles, and rigged with the, best: matej;, rial in. ther line of...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

" J b g si I a. l1 it a' ; MISCELLANEOUS. TX/-ILLIAMSPORT COMMERCIAL . COLLEGE. Duly Chaptered akd Organized by the Legislature to grant Diplomas to its Graduates. THIS INSTITUTION, but recently started, was welcomed at its outr set, by a more liberal patronage than that which has been accorded any other Commercial College in the country. , ADVANTAGES. Beauty, .Health, and Business Importance 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 'at any other similar'Institution. For terms, specimens of business and Orna- ' mental.penmanship, samples of money used 1 in College Bank, &c, call at the Office, or address J. F. DAVIS. 1 WlLUAMSPORT, Pa. Aug. 2,'67-ly. • '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

:. ' ' , I1 jI 1 1 1 e ]i A r ¦'.¦ .HOTELS. ¦DROCKERHOFF HOUSeT ~ no'USEAt & KROM, Proprietors.1 •-' BELLEFONTE, PA. This Hotel is one of tho most extensive in Central Pennsylvania.' ; riUMMLNGS HOUSE. \ ~ W. RIKARD, Proprietor. bellefonte; pa. The Bar is well stocked with choice Wines ' and- Liquors; WARD HOUSE. ~~^~~ _l_AtJntersection of the Bald-Eagle;Valley and Clearfield Rail Roads with the Pennsylva- • nia Central- , . . < ;'' . J. J.BOYER, •." Proprietor, ¦ ' ¦ ——-—¦ _ . gAGLE HOTEL. No. 221 N. 3d Street, between Race and Vine. ) • R. D. CUMMINGS, Prop. ' pi ARMANI HOTEL, •..'.'. , •V*"-'' ' . ''";:: ":.- .-.' • ' Southeast comer of the Diamond," ! ,- ¦ ¦ " • ' - • : -"•"*-—BELLEFONTE, PA. , :<- ¦¦ DANIEL GARMAN, Proprietor. Excellent accommodations, good table and bar. . May 1,'gS-ly. . ' ¦¦ ': _^ CLEARFIELD HOUSE, . ; ".' . Kept by JAMES H. -GALER, FRONT STREET, PHLLIPSBURG, PA. We will impeach any man who says wo fail to giv.- direct and prompt atte...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

,- ©to §«Uetontt §toti<m»^ C APOLITICAL AXD NEWS JOUEJfAL, J PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, B. A. <£ E- If. KIWSIOE, Pro's; BELLEEOSTE, PA. ^ TERMS:—Ttoo Dollars per year, invariably in advance. . j ¦ _—_.» • RATES OF ADVERTISING. TRANSIENT ADVERTISING, • SO Cents per Hue lor Four insertions or less. S Cents i>cv line for each Additional Insertion. STANDING ADVERTISING. 3 ! 1 INCH, THKEE MONTHS, . $ 3.00 , : 1 INCH SIX MONTHS, . ... 5.00 ' 1 INCH TWELVEMONTHS, . 10.00 Special rates for larger space. Address CC3ST.AT IO 35T A.Tj," [ Bellefonte, Pa. K. A. Kiusloe, :'.'',• E- H. KrasLOE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

- Hon? John Scott, of Huntingdon, will speak in the Court House this (Friday) evening, October 30. "The vote here," says the Pliiladelphin Post, "was the largest ever east in an American city. New York never equalled it, but New York voted hero too." We reduced "the opposition majority in this: county at last election, to about one half its former propor> tions. Can we not wipe it out entirely on Tuesday next* If every man will but do his duty, "the deed is done." jCoFFEE-roT Wallace, having issued :t congratulatory address to the Pennsylvania Democracy, begining, "You have fought a good fight," the New York Post wonders why he did not continue in the apostolic language:. ';You have finished your course." Men of Centre, you should bear in mind that there must be a Governor elected next year. We must expect an exciting canvass. The Rebocracy will use as matter of inducement for their followers, the small majority of this year, and hope to inspire them withu brilliant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Lt: all who favor the exercise of free speech, the existence of a free press, and the perpetuity of freedom; .ill who devoutly desire the triumph of right over wrong; the pennaueiicy of Uepublican government; who love the land of their nativity, or adoption ; and all who believe that equal and exact justice should be doue to all men, show by their presence at the polls on Tuesday next, that they not only entertain opinions of their own, but have thcmanlines-i to maintain them. Trust not to the demoralization of the opposition; rest not upon your oars until the victory is won. Let us aim high. Lot us go in for the entire redemption, the political regeneration of .county, and next year we will elect a sheriff, prothonofary, and register. V/c should, if for no other reason than that of kindness to the opposit ion. save them from themselves. Hon. Junir Scott will speak in iii the Court Howse this evening.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

'"TO BE OR SOT TO BE, THAT'S THE <jutsnos." Most men have their idiosyncrasies. Many who are monomaniacs are, through deference for their feelings, termed by their friends eccentric. They, having a pet ambition, is, so long as it be a reasonable one, not a thing to be deplored.;' But what is to be said of one who like Mr. Seymoui, suffers from a chronic desire for political prominence; while all that can be urged in his behalf is tho intensity of his desire. We can but sympathize with him in what we consider his greatest misfortune, the placing of himself iu the hands of his "friends," who have indeed brought him into a "sea of troubles." Hosts of his former friends, and amongst them, his ablest supporters having lost confidence in the man, have forsaken him; and those who are at present acting as his backers, have, regardless of his finer feelings, gone into the menagerie business, using him as the. ''wonderful animile," and ] 1, ,< ] i^ ] < are now perambu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

POINTS GAIJfETJ. "The smoke of the late political battle in Pennsylvania having cleared away, nothing is to be seen which should discourage you, while many most valuable points were gained, which must insure success in the future if we all but do our duty." The foregoing extract we copy from Chairman Shugert's address, as it appeared in last week's Watchw'M. As he failed to show the piiiUs gained, we propose to make it the text-for a few observations for the edification of "Lop" and the rest of the honest members of the Demoe r' le ?" y 8» *¦" 16 it ,r Jt >- cratic party. The Republican victory is overwhelming. It is a Waterloo to Democracy. It is a victory not for the present only, but for the future—-for generations yet unborn; not a victory for party, but for liberty at home and throughout our common country. Congress has been endorsed. Loyalty has been endorsed. Recon^ stnn«iiejn upon the broad principles 01" protection to loyal men in the late Rebel States has been e...

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