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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

LODGES. Bellefonte Masonic Lodge. No2fiS. A.Y M. meets <n Tuesdav evening of orbcfoietb? Full Mo..n. Constans Commandery. No. 33, K. T., meets second Friday of each month. I. O. O- F. Centre Lodge. No 153, meets every Thursday evening at their Hall, Bush's Arcade. Forthe conferring of Degrees the 1st Saturday evening of each m 'nth. For Degree of Rebecca, second Saturday of every month. I. 0. G. T.—This Lod^e every Mont ay evening.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Bellefonte Church Directory. Presbyterian church. Spring St.. services at at 11 a. in., and 74 V- "M No pastor at present. This congregation are n"w erecting a tie'v church, in consequence of which the regular religious services will he held in the Couit House until further notice. Methodist Episcopal Church, High St., scr vices 10i a. in., and 7i p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday nigh;. Rev. H .C. Pardoe. pastor. St. John's Episcopal Church. High St.. services at I0£ a. m., and 7i p. m. Rev. Byron McGann, pastor. Lutheran Church. Linn St., services 10i a. m . and 7i p. m. Rev. J. a., llackenberger, pastor. Reformed Church, Linn St., no pastor at present Catholic Church, Bishop St; services 10} a.m., and 3 p. m. Rev. T. Mdiovern, pastor. United Brethren Church, High Stieet.west side of creek; services — African M, B. Church, west side of creek ; services a) 11 a. m , and 74 p. m. Rev. Isaac Pinwell, pastor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES. President—Ulysses S. Grant. Vice-President—Schuyler Colfax. Secretary of Sate—Hamilton Fish. Secretary*/ Treasury—(Jeorge S.Boutwell Secretary of War—General Rawlins. Secretary of Navy—Adolph E. Boric. Secretary of Interior—Jacob B. Cox. Postmaster-General—3'. A. A. Cresswell. Attorney General—Eben Rockwood Hoar STATE. Governor— Jno. W. Geary. t-cc'y of Cammoiiirealtl,—Frank Jords-n. Deputy Secretary of Commonwealth—Isaac B. Gara. Auditor General—John F. Hartranft. Surveyor-General—Jacob M. Campbell. Treasurer—'.V• W. Irwin. Attorney General—lienj. H. Brewster. Depy-At.'y General—i. W. M. Nowlin. Sup't of Com. ichools—J. P. Wiekersham. Dcp'i, Snp-. if Cum.behoult—C.R Coburn. Sup't of Soulier'* Orphan Schools—Geo F. McFarland. C0VJSTY. President Judge—Charles A. Mayer I John Hosterman,-Aieoaates } William Allison, Prathonotary—James II. Lipton. RenUter &llecordei—J. P. Gephart Sheriff— I). Z. Kline. Sep'ty Sheriff—J). Woodring. Dint. Atfij—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

LAMPS, every • ariety and kind at IRWIN & WILSON'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

( "^ LASS, all wzes and qualilies. at -r IRWIN & WILSON'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

PROFESSIONAL CASDS. T G.LOVE, Pj m Attorney at-Law, Belle fonte. Pa. Office 011 High St. jafi'tiO.y AMES H. RANKIN, . Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Armory building, 2nd floor. ja6'69 ly. SAMUEL LINN. A. O. PDRST. LINN & FURST, Attorneys at-Law.Bellefonte, Pa. ja(5'69.tf. EDWU-NI) BLANCHARD. EVAS M. BLANCHAKD. Ei. E. M. BLANCHARD, . Attorneys at-Law. Allegheny St.. Bellefonte, Pa. ja6'69.Iy. H N. M ALLISTER. JA3IES A. BEAVER. M'ALLISTER & BE VER. Attorneys-nt-Law, Bellefonte Penn'a. ja6"C9 ly TTT W. BROWN. WW. BROWN, . Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Penn'a., will atlend promptly to all business entrusted to h>s care E^ c. HUMES, Pres't. 3. P. harbis, Cash'r. FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Bellefonte. Allegheny St, Bellefonto Pa. JOHN H. OBVIS. CV"US T. ALEXANDER. ORVIS & ALEXANDER. Attorneys-at-Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Conrad House, Allegheny St.. ja6"fi«.ly. WJ. KKALSH, Attnrney-at-. Law, Bellefonte, Pa., will attend faithfully...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Ijimediatelt after our last snow storm, the following was prepetrated by a new beginner in the poetic lins : <'Softly, softly, while we slept, Came the snow flakes gently down, Came and sorrowfully wove A sbrowd of white for the buried town ; We rose with feelings grand and intense, Aud hired a middle-aged Anglo-African shovelist to clean our side-walk off, for fifty cents." To learn lo read the following so as lo make good sense is the mystery : I thee read see that me, Love is up will I'll have But that and you have you'll One and down and you if. An old author quaintly remarks: "Avoid argument with the ladies. In spinning yarns among silks and satins, a man is sure to he worsted and twisted; he may consider him self wound up." Thb ladies are to wear silver.gold and diamond dust in their hair next summer. Any young woman who can't, get up and dust will be ruled out of fashionable circles. Joining bands in matrimony—a custom arising from the practice of pugilists s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Our Washington Letter. Washington. D. C, Mar. 12,'69. Dear Republican :—1 suppose by this time the fact that considerable new material has entered into the composition of the Cabinet, is pretty well understood. Hon. Hamilton Fish, of New York, is now Secretary of State. Hon. Geo. S. Bout-well, of Mass., Secretary of the Treasury, and Gen. John A. Rawlins, of Illinois, Secretary of War. The causes of these changes are easily explained.— The delicate health of Mr. Washburne forbade his undertaking the amount of labor devolving on the Head of a Department. The law of 1789 resdered Mr. Stewart ineligible, although at one time the repeal ot the particular disqualifying section seemed probable, and the retirement of Gen. Scbofield was of his own accord, he having no desire to remain in charge of the War Department for a longer period than would manifest to the country that he d''d not lack the confidence of ihe now President. I will not dilate upon ihe qualifications of tke new appo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Brave John Manard. John was well known as a sturdy, intelligent God-fearing pilot, on Lake Erie. He had charge of a steamer from Detroit to Buffalo, one summer afternoon. At that time those steamers gel-' dom carried boats. Smoke was seen ascending from below, and the captain called out—" Sinpson, go down and see what that smoke is." Simpson came up with his face as pale as ashes, and said: "Captain, the ship is on fire!" Fire! fire! fire! instantly resounded in all directions. All bands were called up. Buckets of water were dashed upon the flames, but in vain. There were large quantities of rosin and tar on board, and it was useless to try to save the ship. The passengers rushed forward, and inquired of the pilot, " How far are we from land ?" " Seven miles." " How long before we reach it?" " Three quarters of an hour, at our present rate of Steam." '• Is there any danger ?" " Danger enough here—see ihe smoke bursting out! go forward, if you would save your lives!" Passenge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

History of the ^tli Pennsylvania BY A. B. HUTCnisO.V, Late Captain of Company *C CHAPTER V. ? Camp iVb 19—Hoyans House— Pain storm—Fair Oak*—Pannage of the Chickahomniy —Birthplace or Patrick Henry—Camp Ao 20—Picketing in Front of l' ,ichmaud—Our For'ificat'Oite—Coffeemf'l liat'Cry—Health of the Army—On- coiftdenre in our Success—Great Popularity of Jllnj Gen Mc-(llellan. Upon our arrival at the Cliickahominy, we encamped in an orchard, hid from the view of the enemy by a woodt>,whiob extended almost to ihe river. While here, we heard the guns of Porter, in hi* engagement near Hanover Court House, in which ihe enemy were driven from ¦ he field, and 1 heir wounded fell intoour hands. The buildings about the farm house near which we encamped, were occupied as hospitals for their wounded, who maintained, in most cases, a stolid indifference to their fate, though apparently surprised at their humane treat uient. For, as vet, ihe soldiers of the mem., xui, ft» j«i, me Poi'ii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Select Poetry HAS FATHER BEEN HERE ? RY T.. W. LOCKE. '• Please, Mister Bar keeper, has father been here? He's xot been at homo for the day, 'Tisnow almost midnight, mother's in foir, Some accident keeps him away." " No, no, little stranger—or, yes, h«'s besn here, Some officers took him away; He's g<-ne to the lock-up, I'm sorry my dear' lie's done something, they say." CHORDS. Oh, 'twas not my father who did the bad deed, 'Twas drinking that maddened his brain, Oh ! let him go home to dear mother, I plead, plead, I'm sure he'll nut touch it again. " Please, Mister Policeman,iny lather is lost, A man says yeu took him away, Oh ! can't ie go home, sir, and what will it cost If mother will send you the pay?" "Oh ! no, little pleader, your father can't go, We put him in prison to-day, Go home to your mother and quick let her know What's keeping your father away." " Please, sir, Mr. Jailor, please let me go in, They say that.my father's inside, I scarrcly can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

BELLgoM msma w. w. brown! i ~ ~~Z A. B. HUTCHISON, f ' Editors Terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance BELLEFONTE, PA. Wednesday Morning, March 24. '69

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

The Constitutional Amendment. The Amendment to the U. S. Constitution, has passed the State Senate hy a strict party vote; it is now being debated-in. the house. Abel speeches have been made pro. and con. It is well enough for the members to discuss the question fully, but we dislike the delay occasioned by it. The people are ready for the question, and desire their servants in the House to ratify the amendment without unnecessary delay. • •-•' . -v " The opposition of the Democratic party to this measure only proves.that they arc retrograding, and are antiprosressive. Years ago, when democracy meant something, when it was a liberty-loving party, when it ad vocated equal and exact justice to all men, freemen of color voted in all the old States. This right to vote was conferred upon them by the fathers and founders of the Government, and no objection was ever made to it until the Democratic party became aristocratic —false to its honor, its character, its position—and was sw...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Official Orders—Take Notice.— Postmaster General Cresswell has is sued an order declaring that from and after the 31st day of March the conrmis ions of all special agents of the Post Office Department, other thaa those under pay and assigned to duty in prescribed districts in the several States and Territories will be rsvoked ; and notice is also given that the commissions of all special agents retained in the service of said Department will expire on the 31st day of Decmber next, and must then be renewed. Notice is.atso given that all applications for fikrkships, whether by males or femalea. or for special agencies, route agencies, local agencies, or postal dic-rk-liip?, must he filed with the c2e5k&/>. the Department. None will J-« i.ec.ciml i>y the Postmaster Gener-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

We learn from a dispatch to the Harrisbunr Telegraph that PieMdent Grant was quite indisposed on Saturday liif-f. No visitors were admitted lo the White House. Ti,e incessant lal-ors simro his jnaucuiatiou lave been too much for him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Why Not? We want a change in the Register ,\nd Recorder's office: but we desire a still' greater change than that. We want the office divided. In this ¦ department there are three separate and distinct offices, to wit: Register cf Wills, Recorder, and Clerk of the Orphan's Court. Thsse are all held by one man. When our county was young, and sparcely populated, this was well enough; but now, when our county coutainslrrom 50,000 to GO. 000 inhabitants, it is not right, and there is no reason which.can be. urged for its continu ance. As these offices, now held by one man. are salaried, or rather paid at per centum rates on the work done, the suggested division, or change, could make not one cent of difference to the tax payers, but would be an advantage in everyway. It now requires two men, constantly, to do the work of the office. Why should one of them be a clerk, while the other reaps the profits? In other counties, not so populous as Centre, these offices are separated. We ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Worthy of Thought.—The effects of protection and free trade are aptly contrasted by Mr. Carey in one of his letters in refutation of some of the statements contained in the report of 31r. Wells. He makes the following allegations, and challenges successful contradiction : British free trade almost crushed out the great iron manufacture in the period from 1817 to 1824 ; paralyzed it in that from 1835 to .1842: and did the same in that from 1840 to I860. American freedom of commerce, resulting from protection against the "warfare" of British "capitalistsfrom 1824 to 1833 ; did the same from 1842 to 1848 ; and has doubled it since 1861. British free trade .never permanently added a single ton to the iron production in the whole thirty years of its existence. American freedom of commerce has added 1,500,000 tons in the less than twenty years'that the country has been ruled by the Tariffs of 1828, 1842 and 18C1.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Democrats Rant in Vain.—Democratic acerbity says the Press has been greatly intensified by Grant's signing of the .bills to increase, the public credit and to secure civil rights to all the citizens of the District of Columbia. This purely patriotic and Republican action on his part cements him closely with his party and makes of him a true Executive exponent. It will endear him to the people, whose confidence has remained unshaken despite the attempts of Democratic journals to impair it. We cannot much wonder, however, at the agony of Democracy, for on the heels of this action of the President comes the an* nouncement that the new Secretary of the.Treasury is hopeful, and with prompt collection of the revenue will rapidly pay off the public debt. This must be alarming indeed; for since the "nigger" has reached the estate of man and citizen, Denoeracy has had no pabulum for prejudice except what little it could find in attacks upon the national credit.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

The Honest Democracy.—A Terra Haute (Indiana) papersaya a Demo* ennui bolter, just returned from: tho Slate capital, exchanged his. cribbed stationery for a plow, and paid for his wife's new dress in postage stamps. The wife ofa'Tesipned" Represeutalive in a Southern county offered, in part payment for a bill of dry goods, S3S in postage stamps, which she said her husband bad drawn from the Leg. islature.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

The Tenure of ..Office Law. ,_ ~ There appears to b>3 a dead lock between the President and the Senate on the subject of the Tenure of Office Law. So long as it remains the law of the land, President Grant is sworn to enforce it. The House is almost unanimously jn favor of the repeal of the law. The Senate thus far contends simply for its suspension.— In the mean time, Gen. Grant refuses to remove under it, as he is bound to do, any office-holder, except for cause. Holding rightly, we think, that a difference of opinion politically is not sufficient cause under said law for removal. In consequence of this there have been no appointments made, except a few to fill vacancies. Senator Schurz, of Missouri, Scott, of Pa., and several of the ether new Senators, made able and eloquent speeches on the subject. The latest we have en this subject, is a special dispatch to the Phil'a. Press, on Monday the 22nd inst.: "It is believed to-night that the vote on the civil tenure acts ...

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