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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

A local poet indicted a sdnrfet to> his misfress entitled, "IJussed hersubrosa." The compositor knew better .than that, and set it up/in printer's Latin, ''Ikisser} her snub iiosa." .

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Whejj is a l«wy er like a donkey ? When he is drawing.a conveyance.;

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

K RAILROADS MIFFLIN & CENTRK CO. BranchR. K NoltTHWARn. No. 1. leaves T.ewistown at 7.20 a. m., and arrives nt Milroy S.lo ». m. No. 2. leaves Penn'a II. It. 11.15 a. in., arrives nt Milroy 12-15 p. m. No. 3, loaves Pen. 'a R. It. 4.05 p. rfl., arrives at Jlilroy 5.00. sormiWATO. No. 1. leaves Milroy 8.-10 a m., and arrives at Pc.in'a. It. H. ».40 a- m. No. 2. 'eaves .Milroy 1 15 p^ in., and arrives Penn'a. It Ti.2."'0 p. m. No. 3 leaves Milroy 5.07 p. m. and arrives at P^cn'a. R. R.'COO p. m. Stage leaves Bellefonte every day (cxrer.t Sunday.) at U a. m., and arrives at M'ilr y 430 pin. Stage leave? M'tlrov every day (except Sunday) at. 5.30 p- m. ami anives at Bellefonte 10 :'0 p. ni. Stage '.cavos Cel'cfon'e for T'ine Gfove"Wills every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at. ii a,, ro. Western.mul close* at 4 00 p. m"Lock Haven mail e'osea at 10.00 n- m. _ "PHILADELPHIA AND EI1IE -P.. WINTER TIJIE TABLE. Throusrh and direct, route between Phil adelnhhu Baltimo...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

r- t ^ :. .-» "i" A !"• V BSIISn STATES. f'resitlci't— T'iys.-c- S. Crsnt. 1'iVc I'midtn' t—Schuyler C.-Kax. Stcret-n-i (./Stole—Hamilton Fi.-li. Seuretnryf Tre i-iu;/— (•'«•« co S.BontwcH Sanun'ij of !!'.(/¦ —'..'mora! Rawlins. £(.~re:nrg of Xovy—Adoltih E. Boric. Secreto.-n of interior—Jaoh li. Cox. J'uilmntier-Gmcrul—I. A. A. Cres.-wcU. Atloraeii Geucinl—Eben l'.ockwood Hoar r . Governor—Inn. W. (Jeaiy. .Vc'.y «/' ConimouKeolth — Frank .Tord-n. lJei,itti/ Sic-ctuiy of Comntuiiicenlih—I-aa. B. Gara. Auditor General— John F. Ilartratift. A'liiTCi/o'-O'ciierd/'—Jacoh 51. Ciinphell. 7'ieimnrer—'.V- W. Irwin. Atli.ineii llenerol—Hctij. II. Br-twMer. Dip c-l'.'v G' rwr' ul—I. "¦*¦'. M- iV.wiin. .SVly/J'of Coll. ? chimin — J. P. Wiclii-rshlllll. Ihp'i, Sn]>: r f i om. r-clioo/n—C.M Co'onrn. Utip'i " f tioidirr's Urphpu Schools—tieo. F. McFnrland. COIISTV. Preiident Judye—Charles A. Mayer . ( John llosterman yli»oci«te»— -j William Allison,' ProtJionotoi!/—James II. Lipt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

LODGES Bellcfonto Masonic Lodge, No 203. A.Y M. itiecu on Tuesday evening of or heforeth? Full Moon. Corn-tans Coininandety. No. 33, K. T-, meets second Fiidav of each m-.titli. I. 0.0 F. Gentie L"di:e. No 153. incpts every Tluirsdny evening at their Hall, Bush's Arcade. Forthe conferring of Degree'the 1st Saturday evening of each nvntli. For Dcjr'ce of Rebecca, second Saturday of every liKiifh. I. O. '<!. T.—This Lod-e cvsry Moni ay evening.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Bellefonte Church Directory Preshytcrian church. Spring St.. services at at 'l I a. in., and 7i p. in ; No pa=tor at prisent. This riinirregtnion are n<>w creeling a ::e» church, lit cc.mcqnence of which the retu'-nr religious .-efvTcon will he held in the Cuutt House until further notice. Methtoli't Episcopal Church. High St.. services 101 a. in., and 71 p. in. Prayer mectiiij.' on Thursday nigh'.- Rev. II.C. Pardoe. mt.-for. St. J4iii's'Episc-pal Church. High St.. ser-• vies at 10.V a. in., and 71 p. m- Kcv. Byron McGaim, pastor. Lutheran Church. T.inn St., services 10-i a. ra . and 71 p. m. Rev. J..... Hackenherger, pastor. Reformed' Church, Linn St., no pastor at prc.-cnt Catholic Church, Bi-shnyi St; services 10 V n. in., and 3 p. m. Rev. T. Mct'overn. pastor. Unite.! Urc'hrcn Church, High Stiect, '.vest . -idd of creek; services — Ai¦•Iran Al, K- Church, west side of creek set vices at II r.. m , and 71 ;¦. in. Kev. Isaac i'i:;: el], ;.aster.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

"D ELLEFONTJ-; 31 MAT MARKET BISHOP STBEE!\ BELLEFONTE Pj*. The oldest Meat Market iu Beile'onte.—= Choice meat oi all kmds iihmje on Imp]. jaS'liil.ly. !•<• V. BLACK,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

a'tvpogrnphioal mistake of a C for an H mate a paper say. "A locomotive' ran over a oow and cut her int.. calves."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

BELLEFffiB B1PDBLM W. W.. BROWNE 1 ,. „„„ A. P.HUTCHISON,) E°IT0I-a Terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance. BELLEFONTE, PA. Wednesday Morning. March 31, '69

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Our Next Governor—Who Shall He Be ? The time for holding die Republican State Uoiivntition is not fav distant. What will that Convention do? Will it nominate, for re-election. Jko. W. Geaky, or will it, in its wisdom, Select a new iivsn, fresh from the ranks Of the-people ? A majority of the Republican newspapers throughout the State have already run up to their riast-nead thro native of Gov. Geary. as their crvcicc, trithout assigning any partieu'ar reason for their action in tiristtfalter. There are several reasons which mi.qlit be given in favor ol his re-election. 1st. He is a true Republican, and gave the world proof of this when lie cast aside both the honors and emoluments of high official position, rather than sacrifice his principles and manhood in bowing down * to the slaveocracy avid aristocracy of the Democratic party, under the terrible adiiiinhstraiion of President Buchan an. 2d. Whefi ihe" enemies of " equal and exact justice to all men"—tho slave Democracy in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

A Few Thoughts for Our Irish Fellow Citizens. The Catholics in proselyting among the Freedmen are making more converts than any other sect. Instead of thrusting them into a corner and labeling them black, as most of the Christian churches do, all who come into the fold of the " Mother of Churches" arc taken in upon terms of strict Christian equality. The Protestant sects may well draw lessons of wisdom from the Catholic churches in this respect, and forego tho practice of setting apart the colored Christians from their white brethren. Is it not strange lhat while the Catholic Priests and Bit-hops are engaged heartily in the great and glorious work of educating and christianizing the poor negro, and receiving him into their ehuruh upon terms of •'strict Christian equality," thus admitting that he is a man, possessing an equal interest in the blood of Christ with hid fellow white brethren; that, he is their equal according to Gods' law—is it not strange, we say. that while all...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Georgia—Enforcing the I4th Amendment. Iu the United Senate, on the' 25th Mr. Rice introduced a bi.-l to- enforce the 14th amendmenfc.&c, and to restore Georgia-to the republican government elected under its new Constitution. The bill authorizes the Governor to summon all persons appearing to have been elected to the Legislature bythe proclamation of General Meade, dated June 25,186S, to meet in Atlanta at a day named, within six months, and organize tiioir respective houses after taking the oaths of office, and be vested with full legislative power. If •"•ny one claiming to be elected neglects or refuses to take an oath he shallbe'isgardedas ineligible. The expulsion oi the negro members is declared null and void- The President is to send troops to enforce the act. The bill was ordered Jo lie on the table and be printed. In the House, on the same i5ay, a bill having in some respects the same object in view, was introduced by Mr. Paine, and referred to the Reconstruct...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Editorial and Other Items - -There were 483 deaths in New York last week. —Admiral Trehousfc of France, recently promoted, began his career as a cabin boy. —Henry Dobbs, Republican, has bien elected Mayor of Franklin,, "by thirty-one majority. —Blondin has recovered damages in France against a manager who advertised a bogus Blondin. —Woman's rights prevail in Greece. Queen Olga accompanies her husband to all the Cabinet meetings. —Holmesburg,Buek.scounty,boast.-of the oldest grist mill in the State, it having been built in 1679, or one hundred and ninety years ago. —Russia has confiscated the treasury of a Catholic convent in Poland, for having allowed insurgents to use its printing press during the late rebellion. — Mr. T. B. Morgan has the honor of being the first Mayor of the new city of New Ca-stle, he having been chosen to that position on the 19th iust. —The Mornions are turning their attention to the uiai-ufacture of porcelain, and have already produced some specime...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Our" Washington Letter Washington;. D.. C. ,Mar.26,' 69. Dear Republican :—I don't know that I shall be able to give you any interesting matter this week,- for when we consider the great number of strangers iu the city, the past ten days have been the dullest, comparatively speaking, seen here for ^ nwny months. The President evidently desires that the Senators and Members shall vote upon'the 'tenure of office - question, unbiassed by' any personal considerations, and has, therefore, confined his nominations to those offices, in which an appointment, or a change was absolutely required by the public interests. It seems that the modifications adrpted by the Senate, in regard to this Tenure of office Bill, are likely to meet with considerable opposition in the House; but it is to be hoped they will ultimately be acquiesced in. There are. however, a large number of Re publicans who insist upon an unconditional repeal. In our judgment, these gentlemen lay themselves open to the ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Tuk regular nmcting of the Republican Club-viill be hold- at their Club Room Saturday evening next. A fu'.l attendance is nh.-nlnt<:Iy fssputial. Temperance.—A meeting of ihe Union Temperance society will be held in the court House ou Monday Evening April 5th.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

Report of the Rev. F. O'Shea's Lee iure. BT REV. THOS.-MCGOVERN Mk. Editor:—The following is a short and very imperfect report of the able lecture of Rev. Franas O'Shea, delivered in the Court House, Bellefonte, Pa., March 17, 1869. Had we known that a report would be requested, we would have taken some notes to serve us as a basis on -which might be constructed something of- its kind; similar, we might hope, but wanting all the life, unity, beauties and proportions of the original. The Bev. Gentleman took for his subject—Ireland, Jler origin, her History and her Future. He stated that Ireland was settled by a colony of Pcenieians, at a very early period; so remote, indeed, that history, while it fails to give absolute csrtainty, still furnishes a vast, amount of cumulative evidence that proves both the truth of the theory, and solves all the objections raised against it. The origin of every nation of antiquity began in the twilight of fable.— Before the invention of lette...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS MILLINERY STORE.—The undersigned respectfully informs the ladies, and all in need of Millinery Goods, that she has opened a Millinery Store at ber residence at the Toll Gate on the Bellefonte and Lewistown turnpike, wh re she will be . happy to wait upon sll who may favor her wit h a call, mar3J-3t MATT1E BOALICH.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

riONRAD HOUSE. ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN LODGING AMD MEALS AT I1EA30KACLE RATES RESTAURANT "WELL SUPPLIED WITH ALL THE VIANDS OF THE SEASON. OYSTERS IS EVERT STYLE, H. H*. KLINE. mar.SI.'fil-lm. Proprietor ; . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

rpO THE FKIEVHSOFTHES. SCHOOL _L CAUcEIN UKNTK.B CO. Deeply impressed with tho greatness of the wnrt which the Master has given us (u do, and ieilizini» tins ri-spinsibility which rests uii.m us un I our cn-Utvirern'in the Sunday Sehool work we null np.in all who des re to fee the efficiency of the Sunday School as a means if usefulness increise'l. to meet with us in the Lecture Room of the Mcthodi.-t Church, in Ecltefonle. on Tuusdny afternoon, the 6th d:iy of April nest, at 2 n'cliieh P. M.. for the purpose »f urgunizin;? a County Association an.1 faking steplonWint: to tVit> a?si.iiibliii^ of a Sunday Srhoul Convention :.t an early day Ti.e iimvpimn; is iv t e-i-.irinn. Ueio is a. pint form upon «h ih all ( hri.-tim-.s can meet- a eoiii!U>.ti held ->t. woi-.-n -all e;in lit*) r. L^i us i-oiiie t.> the w M with earnest heartsuno wiring hands. Rev H'f'fi;* o. PAKDOE, ¦• li MeHANN, " -ISO. S ¦¦ ¦ "•¦"¦ ."BT3. " J. A. HACKENBI'Ra. JASII-.S A. BKAVhli,, I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 31 March 1869

miJE SECKEf Of HAPPINESS. Some folks are always fretting, W ill their tumbles never cease 1 Will nothing evtr brinjj tbem The blessed boon of peace ? To peace and true contentment The way is vtry plain, And if you'll pay attention The sectet I'll explain. Smith'; home was all confusion, His wife would scold and fret, And such a scene I really think I never shall forget. His wife would spunk the children, And chase them off to bed ; Set down, and cry as women do, And wish that she were dead. She'd call her husband awful names, A "nasty, horrid man," And if be 'did'nt change his ways," She'd "go right home to 'mam.' " When Smiih returned to bed one ni»ht He thought the matter o'er; lie vowed he'd end this foolish 6ght—Have peace at home once more. Ere long the neighbors notice.! His wife bad changed her tone, And I'mhh was "gay and happy," For he'd bought an' -Our Old Home." Now his wife is every smilling, And all he wrath has flown ; And she callr her husband "darling," For he's ...

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