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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

OUR TERMS FOR SUBSCRIPTION & ADVERTISING. The "BELLEFONTE REPUBLICAN" is published every Wednesday Morning, in Bellefonte, Pa., by A. B. HUTCHISON £ CO., at the following rates: One year (invariably in advance,) $- CO Six Months, " " " $1.00 Three Months,." " " 50 Single Copies.." " " 05 It is Republican in politics—devoted to the Agricultural, Manufr- Miring and Mining interests of Central Pennsylvania. Papers discontiued to subscribers at the expiration of their terms of subscription, at the option of the publishers, unless otherwise agreed upon. Special notices inserted in our local colums at 20 cts. per line for each insertion, unless otherwise agreed upon, by the month, quarter or year. Editorial Notictes in our local columns, 25 cts. per line for each.insertion. Marriage or Death announcements published free of charge.-Obituary notices published free, subject to revision and condensation by the Editors. Professional or Business Cards, not exceeding 10 lines t...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

LODGES Bellefonte Masonic Lodge, No 268, meets on Tuesday evening of or before the Full Moon. Lafayette Masonic Council, No. -18, meets first Monday. Constans Commandery, No. 33, Masons, meet3 second Friday of each month. I. O. O. F. Centre Lodge, No. 153, meets every Thurday evening at their Hall, Bush's Aarcade. For the conferring of Degrees the 1st Saturday evening of each month. For Degree of Rebecca, second Saturday of every month. I. O. G. T.—This Lodge every Monday evening.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Bellefonte Church Directory Presbyterian church, Spring St., services at at 11 a. m., and 7i p. m; Rev. Alfred Teomans, Pastor; This congregation are now erecting a new church, in consequense of which the regular religious services will be held in the Court House until further notice. Methodist Episcopal Church, High St., services 10} a. m., and 7} p. m.' Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Rev. H'.C. Pardee, pastor. St. John's Episcopal Church, High St., seir vices at^ 10} a. m., and 74 p. m. Rev. Byron McGann, pastor. Lutheran Church, Linn St., no pastor at present German Beformed Church, Linn St., services lOt a. m., and 7i p. m. Rev. Mr. Kelly, pastor. Catholic Church, Bishop St; services 10J a. m., and 3 p. m. Rev. Mr. McGovern, pastor. United Brethren Church, High Street, west side of creek; services African M, E. Church, west side of creek ; services a} 11 a. m., and 7} p. m. Rev. Isaac Pinsell, pastor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

DIRECTORY UNITED STATES. President—Andrew Johnson. Vice-President, pro tent.—Benj. F. AVado Secretary of Slate—William H. Seward. Secretaryof Treasury—Hugh McCnllough Secretary of War—J. M. ScUofield. Secretary of Navy—Gideon Wells. Secretary of Interior—O; H. Browning. Postmaster-General—A. L. Randall. Attorney-General—Ifm.M, Evarts. STATE. GovernorZ-Jno. W. Geary. Sec'y of Commonwealth—Frank Jordan. Deputy-Secretary of Commonwealth—Isaac B.' Gara. Auditor-General—John F. Hartranft. Surveyor-General—Jacob M. Campbell. Treasurer—W- W. Irwin. Attorney-General—Benj. H. Brewster. Dcp'y-At(y General—3. W. M. Newlin. Sup't of Com. Schools—J. P. Wickersham. Dep'y Sup't of Com.ScIiools—C.R.Cobwm Sup't of Soldier's Orphan Schools—Geo. F. McFarland. COUNTY. President Judge—Charles A. Mayer Aisociates J JouD HoBterman; Jlisociatet, ^ |jvyiUiam Allison, Protltonotary—J amefl~H. Lipton. Rcqisttr &Recorder—J. P. Qopharr, Sheriff—D. Z. Kline. Dep'ly Sheriff—D. Woodring. Dial. Al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

"DlELEFONTE MEAT MARKET BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE Pi The oldest Meat Market in Bellefonte. Choice meat of all kinds always on hand. ja<S'69.1y. . B. V. BLACK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Wfoftffxtig A FRENCH WILL STORY '•Is she dead, then?" "Yes, madame," replied the gentleman in brown coat and short breeches. "And her will?" "Is going to be opened here immediately by her solicitor." "Shall we inherit anything?" " It must be supposed so ; we have a claim." "Who is the miserably dressed personage who intrudes herself here? "Oh, she?" said the little man sneeringly, "she won't have much in the will. She is sister to the deceased." "What, that Anne, who wedded a man of nothing, an officer?" " Precisely so." " She must have no small amount of impudence to present, herself here before a respectable family." " The more so, as sister Egerie, of noble birth, has never forgiven her that mesalliance." Anne moved this time across the room in which the family of the deceased was assembled. Sh e was pale, her fine black eyes were filled with precocious wrinkle. " What do you come here for ?" said, with great haughtiness, Madame de Villeboys, the lady who, a moment befo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

How to Raise Twenty Dollars por Religious Purposes.—A Preacher in & frontier settlement had been collecting money for some church object. There were still some twenty dollars, wanting, and after vain efforts to make up the deficiency, he plainly intimated, as he locked the church doer on* day after service, that he intended to have that said twenty dollars before any of them left the house. At the same time he set the example by tossing $5 on the table. Another put down a dollar, another a quarter of a dollar a fourth, half a dollar, and io on. The parson read out every now and then the state of the funds: "Thar's seven and a half my friends." " Thar's nine and a quarter." "Ten and sir bits are all that are in the hat,friends and Chmtian brethren." Slowly it mounted up.' "Twelve and a half." "fourteen." "Fifteen." "Sixteen and three bits," and so on until H stuck at $19.50. "It only wants fifty cents, friends, to make up the amount. Will nobody make it up ?" Everybody ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Marrying Drunkards.—Young ladies or more elderly women, who contemplate marrying at all, as most ladies do, ought to reflect seriously that in forming family relations, that drinking habit must be excluded, or misery, shame and disgrace are inevitable. We feel no hesitancy in warning young women, whether rich or poor, educated or uneducated, never to accept for a husband any man who drinks ardent spirits, however moderately. And, in the expressive language of another, we warn all men addicted to the vile habit of drinking to excess, or even in moderation, that, in proposing marriage to a lady properly informed, he insults her. The promise of such a man to love, protect, cherish and keep her in sickness and in health is solemn mockery; it is a fraud of the meanest kind, practiced on an unsuspecting, confiding, and innocent female. May heaven save the rising generation of females from that worst of all degradations, a drunken husband.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

A 'girl of the period' comments thus on Mormonism : "How absurd—four or five women for one man ; when tag fact is, each woman, in these times, ought to have four or five husbands, it would take about that number to support her decently. "

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

A young lady astonished a Cleveland dry goods clerk, recently, by asking for "three yards of Grecian Bend,"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

What a Colored Man Thinks of Gen. Grant. Rev. James Lynch, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, made a speech at a large Republican meeting assembled at Yazoo city, Miss., November 14, to celebrate the election of Grant, ancTexpresscd, among other things, the following opinion: . . . " The joy manifested by the colored people of our State, in view ef the election of Grant, is indescribable. It breaks forthin singing and praying, as well as in constant conversation. The effect on the whites,.who were almost unanimous in their support of Seymour, is marvelous. Indeed, so far as they are concerned, the election of Grant was like the voice of the Saviour saying, 'Peace be still,' changing a raging, destructive storm to a gentle calm. The hand of Divine Providence is seen in the election of General Grant, which is nothing more or less than that a majority in this nation flings to the breeze a sacred banner on which is inscribed' • Equal rights for all. men.' Whether General Grant sha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Successful Search.—Mr. L affronted his wife, who, to punish him resolved to act dumb whenever he was present; and so well did she maintain her resolution, that nearly a weak passed away, during which not a word did she utter in his presence. She performed her household duties as usual, but speak she would not. He tried to coax her eut of her whim, but in vain. At last he tried the following plan to overcome her resolution, by working on her curiosity the most ungovernable of female propensities. Returning one evening from his employment, his lady sat there as usual, mute. He immediately commenced a vigorous search throughout the room. The closet was examined, the bed-room drawers,boxes, shelves; everything that could be thought of was overhauled. His wife was struck with astonishment at his unaccountable behavior; and as he proceeded in his search, she became nervously anxious to find out what he was looking for. What could it be ? She looked in his face, to glean, if possible, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Drinking.—Within twenty-five years we have buried three generations of youug men, who went to early graves through the baleful influence of brandy and whisky. Some of these young men gave promise of great usefulness—some were extraordinarily brilliant—some were the hope and pride of their families. But brandy and whisky were too much for them, and down they went headlong among the dead men. Happily, whisky is being voted a'vulgar tipple and when the present race of drunkards has gone the way of all drunkards, the new generation now coming on the stage will discard it altogether. Whiskey and brandy may be taken as medicine, but they are pernicious; as beverage—dreadful.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

The True Philosoehx.—Two gardiners had their crops of peas killed by the frost, one of whom, who hadfretted greatly and grumbled at the loss, visiting his neighbor some time after, was atonished to see another fine growing, and inquired how it could be. " These are what I sowed while you were fretting," was the reply, "Why, don't you fret?" '• Yes, but I put it off till I have repaired the mischief." " Why, then there's no need to fret at all." "True, that's the reason I put it off."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

A poor woman can see more sympathy In a sixpence than in a stream of tearsi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

From The Irish Republic. Labor and Capital. Labor and Capital are the two giants whose 'battle for supremacy shakes the world. The fight of ages, that embraced so many diverging interests, is fast becoming reduced te the- single fight of Capital and Labor. It is but the last remnant of cue of those barbarous contests which a blind despotic past handed down, and which a growing civilization kept incessantly pruning, until there is nothing left to throw its factious front between mankind and perfect happiness but this embittered and dying Struggle between Labor and Capital. Now, this antagonism between Labor and Capital is mere madness. The death of one would be the destruction of the other. When Labor aims an unfair blow at Capital, the blow recoils on itself.— When capital seeks to crush Labor, it is merely paving its own way to destruction. Instead, therefore, of these two giants glaring at each other In this Re-Bublic.and each seeking the destruction of the other, like two gladi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

RUKLUX VIOLENCE From the Memphis Post, Dec. 8.] The condition of affairs in the northern part of this county demands the immediate attention of the authorities.— The Kuklus in that quarter are, if possi ble, more fiendish than ever. Since tne election one D. Harrell killed a strange colored man, cut the body open in the most brutal manner, tied weights to it to sink it into Hatchie river. In wading in to place it into deeper water, Harrell caught cold and has since died of the pneumonia. On Saturday last some Kuklux watched for colored men out hunting, and waiting till they had discharged all their shots, rushed upon them with drawn pistols and robbed them of their arms. On- Saturday night, after midnight, a gang broke in the door of Nat Jordan, a colored man working at Crenshaw's seized him, tied his arms and legs, and gave him one hundred and fifty lashes. They then called at Buleman's place, and finding a colored man in, took his gun and destroyed it. At Tom Armor's place...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Tobaooo—By Fanny Fern.—" I hate wbacct. I am a clean creature, and it smells bad. Smells bad is a mild word; but I use it, beiag a woman. I deny your right to smell bad in my presence, or the presence of our clean sisterhood. I deny your right to poison the air of our parlors, or our bed-room, with your breath or your tobacco-saturated clothing, even though you may be our husbands. Terrible creature! 1 think I hear you say I am glad you are not my wife. So am I. How would you like it, had you arranged your parlor with dainty fingers, and were rejoicing in the sweet-scented mignonette and violets, and heliotrope, in the pretty vase on your table forgetting,in your happiness, that Bridget and Biddy had vexed your soul the greater part of the day—and in your nicely-cushioned chair, were resting your spirits even more than your body, to have a man enter with that detestable bar room odor, and spoil it all? Or worse, light a pipe in yourvery presence, and puff away as if it were the he...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

A lady who had refused to give, after hearing a charity sermon, had her pocket picked as she was leaving the church. "On making the discovery, she said; "God could not find the way to my, pocket, but the devil did. " Truman Smiih, of Connecticut, has proposed a new way to pay off the public debt. "Put a tax on words," he says, "and the New York Court of Aappeala will pay it in less than four years.

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