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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

A lotting young couple, who had just been married, were stopping at Union Hall, Saratoga. They billed and cooed so much at the table that they 'were called by all who -sat near them the "turtle doves."After they had left, a facetious young gentleman, who had been sitting opposite them while there, noticed their absence, and inquired of a friend by his side if the turtle doves were gone. A " waiter, who stood immediately behind him, thinking the inquiry was addressed to him, answered: "Yes, sir, but wehave plenty of chicken left." _ A late Judgej whose personal appeal ance was as unprepossessing as his legal knowledge was profound and his intellect keen, -interrupted a female witness—" Humbugged you! my good woman, what do you-mean by that?" said he sternly. " " Well, my lord," replied the woman, "I don't know how to explain exactly; but if a girl called your lordship a handsome man/nowshs1 would be humbugging you." An eminent divine once remarked in a lecture : " In selecting ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

B. E. V. K,. B,.—Geo. C. Wilkins, Sup't Westward from Bellefonte. Mail,... 4.2V p. k Accommodntion, 6.00 a. ji Through Freight, 8.42 a. m at Milesburg Eastward irom Bellefonte. Mail 10.28 A. m, Accommodation, 5.55 p. si. Freight, and Accom...3.55 p ai at Milesburar RAILROADS B. & S. S. B,. E..—Das'l Ehoads, Sup't. Pass'r, leave..7.45 a m I Pass'. arr..9 50 a m Pass'r, " 2.30 p m | Pass'. arr..5.05 p m P. R. K. CONNECTIONS AT TYRONE. PhiVa-Ex T.51 a m Day Ex '7.54 a m Emmigrant...2.15 p in Mail Train..3.00 p m Mail Train...6.44 y m Cin. Exp....5.11 p m H. & Alt Ac.S.35 am Phil'a. Ex.10.27 p m MIFFLIN & CENTRE CO. Branch R. R. nohthwabd. No. 1, leaves Lewistown at 7.20 a. m., and arrives at Milroy 8.15 a. m. No. 2, leaves Penn'a R. R. 11:15 a. m., arrives at Milroy 12.15 p. m. No. 3, leaves Pen 'a R. R. 4.05 p. m., arrives at Milroy 5.00. SOUTHWABD. No. 1, leaves Milroy S.40 a. m., and arrives at Penn'a. R. R. 9.40 a. m. No. 2, leaves Milroy 1.15 p. m.,...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Select IPoetry. THE MOTHER'S LAMENT FOR A SON WHO HAD DIED OF INTE31PERAXCE And art thou dead? And must thy name My own, my only Son, Forever bear this band of shame, This blight that all will shun? And when that name I sighing speak, Will no kind voice the silence break And grieve thy race is run ! And when thy hitter tears must flow, Will none recount to soothe my woe, Some good deed thou hast done ? The world thy latest years will see, Where all of evil seems; Thy early promise lives with me—And those were blessed droams, When gazing on thy infant face, I pressed theo in my warm embrace, Reaping each feature's sign, And thought all was so pure and fair That never folly, guilt, nor care, Could mar that page divine. O how uxultingly I watched My budding flower put forth—O, sure I thought there ne'er was matched Such charms in all the earth ? Young mothers always think the same, When kindles the mysterious flame, Maternal bosoms prove ; The charm is in their hearts and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

"OELLEFONTE MEAT MAEKET BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE PA. The oldest Meat Market, in Bellefonte. Choice meat of .all fcinds.always on hand. ja6'69Jy.' E. X: BLACK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

BELLEFONTE EEPUBLIGAN W.W.BROWN, 1 : EDIT0Ba A. B. HUTCHISON,; i.DiiOBS Terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance BELLEFONTE, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Wednesday Morning, January 13, '69 NOTICE. We send out this week a copy of our paper to a number of our friends and acquaintances who, as yet, have not become subscribers, with the hope that they will read it and subscribe for it. ; If.you do not wish to subscribe, you need not return the paper to this office, as we will not continue to send it more than once or twice, unless you become a subscriber, and notify us according-We have been too busily engaged in getting our office in order, and the material for the publication of our paper, to visit the townships, and to call personally upon our Republican friends. We may do so hereafter; but we request you not to wait for this. With the paper we send you a Prospectus upon which we hope you will write your own name, and get the names of as many of your neighbors, as you can conveniently, and send them to us without delay, and thus aid in the support of our enterprise, and in the dissemination of Republican prinples.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

To Our Patrons. As we have adopted the Ss'stem of Cash Payments in advance for subscriptions, we expect our regular subscribers Jx> remit to us at once the amount due for the current year. We shall make it a rule to stop the papers of those neglecting this notice after the third number, and hope, by treating ail alike, that no exception will, or can, be taken to a course that is necessary to newspaper success in these times.— We also hope to receive orders for the paper from a large number of ourciti-.zens whose names are not yet on our books. Gen. Theodore Gregg has "kindly consented-to act for usiureceivang ordersfer .subscription; advertising -and job work, -and orders' given him ¦ will receive prompt attention. Advertisers, -and others, desiring matters insertfiS in .the Republican should have them in the office on Monday ef 'each week, at the latest.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Base Hypocrisy. The Watchman of Last tfeek conveys to its readers the following W of .Intelligence: "The Democrats in the Legisla-¦ '' ture, in their caucas on last Tuesday morning, nominated for P. M., " P.'Kepheart, Esq., of this place; for - ' -' Messenger, Isreal D". Grenoble, of " Gregg township ; for Transcribing ''Clerk, Chas. Smith, of Unionville; "for Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms, Jno. " Ward, of Halfmoon, and for Assis" tant Door-Keeper, George.Chase, "of Pine (wove..- All of these geni: tlemen are returned soldiers except " Mr. Kepheart. Three of them are "maimed for life, but this made no ."difference to the Radical majority "who voted these men down, and ¦ " gave the offices to able-bodied stay--at-home endorsers of negro equality '' and N ew England rule.'' If this is not the meanest kind of sycophancy and hypocrisy, we are no j udge. In the first place if there had been any hope of these men being elected they would not have been named for the respective positio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Our Next U. S. Senator—John Scott There was never a period m the history of the Republicnn party when wc had so much reason to congratrilate ourselves as the present Everywhere triumphant in our elections, beyond our most sanguine hopes^ we have now, without suspicion of any Ring combinations, or any corrupt means being used, secured, harmoniously, and with unanimity, a Representative in the Senate of the United Seates, who will take the place there this great State is entitled to occupy. Without discuss* ing, or in the least depreciating the qualifications of his competitors, we may safely declare that as a genuine Representative of Pennsylvania, he has no superior. Clear-headed, honest, patriotic, true to the fundamental principles of Republicanism, judicious in accomplishing the objects of real importance to our success as a party, and our weal as a State, we have the best of reasons for rejoicing over his selection as our Senator, and we do rejoice thereat. The following...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

A few Thoughts for Honest Democrats. Hon. John Scott. The voice of the peoplein a Republican fomi of government should be supreme, or, as the old Latin adage has it, vox populi, vox Dei. Nine years ago the people of the United States in their sovereign capacity declared iii favor of Abraham Lincoln for President of the United States. In doing so, they said to President Buchanan and the Democratic party that the course they were pursuing did not accord with the ideas entertained by the American people, of a Republican form of government. In fact it had become apparent to every thinking man that the Democratic party had degenerated from what it once was—the advocate and protector of the people—to a base and heartless aristocracy; having sacrificed every principle of the founders of the Democratic party, and reared their new or aristocratic party upon the basis that all labor, is degrading, and some of the leaders, members of the U. S. Senate went so far as to declare "that capit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

The Governnr's Message. Uur columns are too much crowded to admit of the publication of the message of Gov. Geary, although it is one that we hope will reach every citizen, and be carefully read and considered. We can only furnish a brief abstract of its principal points.' - The Governor congratulates the Legislature upon the prosperous and peaceful condition of the State and Nation, and then proceeds to an exhibit of the State finances. The public debt of the State has been reduced in the past year $2,414,816 63, and in the two years of Gov. Geary's administration, $4,209,-386 14, which is certainly a most gratifying exhibit. The Governor recommends that the State sell the Bonds of the Railroad Companies which are not yet due and apply the proceeds to reduction of the debt of the Commonwealth. These bonds are part of the purchase money of the canals sold several years ago. He recommends again the making special provision for safe keeping of the publie funds, and urges that th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Editorial Itexas —Gibbon's Jblook, Newark, N. J. was burned Sunday niglit. Total loss $50,-000. Insured for $30,000. —Tw6 hundred and ninety-three thousand gallons of petroleum went to Europe from Philadelphia last weak. —It is gratifying to know that President johson in fifty-four days will be one of the plebeians of this country. Col, J. W. H. Reisinger, of the Tioresta.JSee, has .purchased the Venango Citizen, and contemplates running both papers. The Johnstown Tribune has been enlarged, and is now one of the largest as it is one of the ablest Republican county journals in the State. Governor Geary held a reception at the Executive Mansion, Harrisburg, on Thursday evening, which was largely attended. —Two Montreal ladies rescued a skater by-tying there cloaks together and hauling him out, while his male companion were running for help. —The Women's Medical College of Pennsylvania has opened its nineteenth annual session with a class of forty full course students. —The con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

—General Kilpatrick was, on Saturday night, at Hartford, presented with two thousand dollars worth of silverware, by

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

the Connecticut soldiers ""—The mail from Richmond-on salulday was robbed of a package whilebeing taken from the Potomac boat. Most of what was stolen, however, will prove unavailable. Hon. John Minor Botts was buried on the 10th inst., from St. James church. Richmond. The State officials and members of the Grant and Colfax Association were in the procession. A very large crowd of freedmen fo'lowed the remains to the cemetery, Alvin Congdon, a resident of Evansburg, Crawford county, fell from the platforin of a car at the Lebanon Valley Railroad Depot, Harrisburg, on Friday, and was run over by a shifting engine and instantly killed. Deceased, who was about forty-five years of age, was traveling for his health. A very large deposit of iron ore has . just been discovered on the farm of Tysher Stitzel, Esq., in Maiden creek township, Berks county. It is firslrale hematite, and is found within a few feet of the surface, and extends over a range of at least thirty acres. Tie dep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

The South . There are still some crazy people at the South who refuse to accept the results of the war, says the St. Louis Democrat. They persist in looking upon the negro as an inferior being, and declare that "the negroes must either depart for Liberia or be exterminated." We may as well settle this question at once. The negroes will not depart for Liberia. In the first place, they do not want to go No man ever saw an inteligent negro who wanted to leave the United States. The people of this country will not see the negroes, nor any other class of people, forced to leave the country unless they want to leave. But there are other reasons. The Northern people do not want the negro to leave because they want him here. T-hey want him to remain, because bis ballot at the South is needed to chain the lately rebellious States to the Union. This fact may not be pleasant, perhaps,.to our chivalric neighbors, but it is nevertheless a fact. And again, the Northern people do not want th...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

The Duty of Labor The spirit of antagonism that exists between Labor and Capital is injurious to the individual, and to the nation. It is foreign in spirit and conception. The duty of all men is, therefore, to bring Labor and Capital in-accord.— Let there be that sympathy between Labor and Capital that loas in this Republic in the past, that should be in the present, and which must be in the future.. It is the very soul of true liberty. Without it, the Republic will be in a continual fermentation, that will gradually drift- into accursed anarchy, the forerunner and mother of despotism. The first dutyof Labor is to enlarge its sphere of action. The only way to equalize Labor and Capital is bv the enlargement of the field.for the profitable outlay of the latter. WLere Capital requires one man, make it profitable for it to require two. In--stead of being jealous of the growth of 'Capital and the largeness of its field_of operations, help it to expand and increase. Point out new...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMNETS. F1HHE GEM RESTAURANT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. THE undersigned avails himself of this method of informing the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, and the traveling community in general, that he has opened a first class GEM RESTAURANT, in the basement of Bush & McLaine's new hotel near the Pa. R. S. Depot. Ho keeps constantly on hand Ojst'ers in every style, Roast Chicken, Pork Steak, Ham and Eggs, Fresh Fish, Veal Cutlets, Cod Fish Balls.Baked Fish, - Roa t Turkey,Beefstoak, Fried Sausage, Miltton ^ Chaps, Tea and Coffee, Clam Chowder, Lombs Fries, Fried Eels, and everything to suit the taste. Feeling assured that general satisfaction will be given, he invites oil to pay him a visit. JOHNMALIPHANT, jal3'69.1y. Bellefonte, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

NEW BAKERY. The undersigned respectfully invites the attention of the citizens of Bellefanto and vicinity, to his NEW BAKERY, on Bishop Street, as the only place where the best quality of BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CONFECTIONERIES, MINCE MEAT, of our own Manufacture. Ihe best Norfolk Oysters by the Can or Quart. Also cooked in all styles, [i e) Fried in Crumbs, Fried in Butter, Fancy Roasts, Stewed Oysters, Scolloped Oy«- ters, Oyster Pie and Clam Chowder. A private room neatly furnished and car peted, for ladies or social parties. A special invitation is hereby extended to all. ja!3'69.1y. S. J. McDOWELL.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

T> ESTAURANT. Jl\> • The undersigned would inform the citizens of Bellefonte and community in general, that they continue to accommodate their friends at the Restaurant North of the Diamond, opposite the Court House. Oysters in every Style, Best Phil'a. Lager Beer, Porter, Ale and Sarsaparilla, Pies, Cakes, Candies, &c. Also FREE LUNCH EACH DAY Hours, 9 A. M. to 12 o'clock, M. Give us a call. ja!3'69.1y. HOY & CO. .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

TjIDWARD W. MILLER, (Late of Young, Moore i, Co.,) WITH ISAAC P. CEALFANT, AUCTION JOBBERS IN HOISERY GOODS; NOTIONS, <fcc, No. bl, NORTH THIRD ST., PHIL'A. ja!3'69.tf.

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