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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The Goodness of God.—-God is lov«"; said the Apostle of lore; -and twioe-fl have also heard the same; ortwicedropped that voice of consolation frdm'.-Jhe firmnment of. H'dy Scripture,—'-God is •ove." Every phase of human affection —the parent's anxious solicitude and tender yearning, the charities of. the common-hearth, the brother's enthusiastic support, the bosom friend's warm response to confidence—all are mere straggling rays of His infinite light; feeble, partial emanations from the fulness of love, which in Him is wrapt up. What are the evidences of this lore of God? They are written on the face of nature and on the face of Scriptures. Every fragmen'ary gleam of hapniness which glances across the path of men is a testimony of the l»ve of God to a fallen world. We taste His goodness in the many enjoyments which lie has strewed around ihe way-side of our daily life, in the fair landscape, in Ihe morning prime, in ti.e music of birds, in the t ivets'fied beauty of the seasons...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The But with a Straw Hat.—A crippled beggar was striving to pick up some old cloths that had been thrown from a window, whin a crowd of rude boys g'uhered about him, mimicking his awkward movements. Presently a neb'e little tellow came up, and pushing thro' the crowd, helpeu the poor crippled man to pick up bis gifts, and placed them in a bundle. Then, slipping a piece of rilver into his hands, he was running away, when a voice from above him said, "Little boy with a straw hat, lookupl"' A lady leaning from an up per window, said earnestly. ' God bless you. my little fellow! Go<- will bless you for ihu !" As he walked away he tho't how "lad he had made his own heart by doing good. He thought of the poor beggar's grateful look; of the lady's smiles and her approval; and last, aud better than all, he conld almost hear his heavenly Father whispering, "Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy."' Little reader.when you have an opportunity of doing good, and feel tem...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Punch says: Women are said to have stronger attachment than men. It is evinced in little things. A man is often attached to an eld hat; but did' you ever know of a woman having an attach mem for au old bonnet J" Echo answers "ntver."

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

[From the Mifflinburg Telegraph] "The Railroad Question. "J. R. Oewio, Dear Sir:—I am r»: joiced to witness tbs general entbmiasm of the citizens alone the line of the proposed Railroad from Lewisburg to Bellefonte. If any one will take the trouble to examine a State mip he will see that this route lies very directly in a line between Sew York city and the West, by way of either the Catawissa road and its eastern connections, or one of the Sunbury roads, and its eastern connections. It seems almost certain that the result of the presenyp-eat Railroad war for favorable cimbections with the Union Pacific Railroad mutt result in the construe tion of a new line from the Susquehanna, in Union county, westward to Bellefonte, Clearfirld, BrookvVle. Clarion, Franklin, 4'c. It is a direct line through our great State, and by many miles shorter than the circuitous route the trade of the west i» now compelled to fake over the Pennsylvania roa I. by way of Pi tshnrg. Har risburg, Philadel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

' ¦ v^&tin^nii^j^toh. ' ^aii^^l^^ )..Travelers, in the;horse c«m wBness many amusing seenes, as for instance: f (Time 9 pm. weather,cold, car half full of chilled and impatient passengers j enter individual by the front door, which he leaves open after him, and passing by the other passengers takes a seat at the rear end of car.) Indignant passenger near the door.— "There is a door at the front end of this car, sir." New Comer—"So there is at the rear end." I. P.—"Very true; and that's the door by which gentlemen enter." N. C.—"I'm not accustomed to do shutting, sir." I. P.—"People that live in saw-mills never are." N.C.—"Will you take off your bat, sir, that I can see who you are or shall I knock it off yer head?" h P.—"Don't trouble yourself sir, (raising his hai),now will you take yours off?" - ~ N. C.—'-No. I won't." !• P.—'I knew you wouldn't before 1 asked, and know the reason, too." N C. (excitedly)—-Knew the reason, sir—what reason—if you know so much, why won't ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

William, thee know* I never call anybody mimes; but, WilH-iui. if the M-iym of ihe city were to come in me and say. Joshua, I wmt ihee to find me Ihu b'g gist liar in Philadelphia. 1 would come to thn: and put my hand ¦ n thy shi ul-•Icr. antl say to thee, William, the Mayor wants to see theo. •'M°tiikr.," s^id a little b>y the other day. -why are orphan's the happiest children on earth ?" •'They are not, my child ; why do you ask?" "Because they have no mother to wh'p them." Said a youngster iu high glee displaying his purchase to a bosom, friend on he side-walk: "Two cocantits for ten cents! that will make me sick lo-mor row, and I won't have to go to school." Capital punishment in Arkansas to be locked up two days with eleven pretty girls in a jury box. Oh, my ! who would ever find a verdict ? "How odd it is,'.* said Pat, as he was trudging along on foot, one hot. sultry day, "that a man never meets a cart going the same way he is." A modest old 'lady in Lowell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

For the Republicis. The Student and His True Position bv r. xr. n_ Could the summit be gained at ens step, but few would remain at the foot. Yet, information obtained in this way, would avail the possessor but little. The trail plant (hat springs into existence between the setting and rising of the sun, is of short duration. The delicate parte, of which it is composed, are unable to endure the scorching rays of the noon-day sun, and they soon wither and die. But the mighty oak upon which we gaze with so much wonder and admiration, is the work of time. Ages have elapsed since the seed from which sprang that massive trunk was committed to the earth. Many are the storms and winds with which it has battled. Yet it has proudly maintained its po.-ition, and is properly styled ihe monarch of the sylvan race. Thus it is with' the mind of the student. It cannot become matured in an instant. It require* time and determination. In the first pHce, a desire to improve must be ingrafted in ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

ANew Orleans jury deel -red a man to have come io his de.ith by "an unknown can" About, on a par with this is the Philadelphia verdict resp°c!ing a man who had been crushed tn dea'h in a mill, when ihe juiy remarked. "No. blame can be attached to the machinery." He lives long who lives well; and, time misspent is not lived but los'.—_ B side« God is better than his promise if le takes from f t man a long lease and gives him a freehold of a greater, value. It is not what we eat, but what we digest, that makes faf; it is not what we make, but what we save, that makes us rich : it is not what we read, bat wha,t we remember^ that makes us wise. A highly dressed lady stopped a hoy. trudging along with a basket, and asked, "My little boy, have you got religion ?" '-No ma'am," said the innocent, "I've got potatoes." Little girls believe in the man in the moon; big girls believe in a man in the honeymoon.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

RAILTIOAP-'. > I ,•.•¦¦ ; : -: •: {:!•::-; i R ¦'•' ="0 :Jr.!:».-!¥!-: !; N-'lves ¦¦', ?.; ' . -. '¦ ~S No 2 ;•_-. '¦> !*.- ¦ • -. • it. 1 - 3.", s. :. , *tri-.-e- ?t Mi - -_Y ¦ 1 j:l r. in. No ?,, le.tvt" 1'tjo '.- n. tl 4 03 p. tit... arrives :*- ^Iilr-.-y 4- 5S S.:l'T|IW»ttD. So. i. 'e.ve« Mdn-y S.ftO »• m.. and arrives at P.-.m'a R. H D 40 =i re N-f 2. V:iv(.^ Vlilroy ! 15 p. m , and e.rrive-Penn'a. It K.2J0 t> m >,... 3 l--*-.ircf Mt!r. y 5 05 p m. ftii'i arrivci at P-nn'.-i. U. K. 5 5i p m Stage leaves belief -nte every day (except Sun lay ) at W a m , and arrives at Milr y 4 30 p tn Stage leave.* Mikov every day (except Pun day) at 5.30 p. ni. and onives at Bollcfonta 10 30 p. m. Staere leaves Bellefonte for Pine Grove Wills every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at. tin. m. "Wes'ern mill close-i at 4 00 p. m. Lock Raven mail closes at 10.00 a. m. T>HILADELPHIA AND ERIE B WINTER TIME TABLE. Throvtjrb and direct route between...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

"PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. BALD EAGLE VALLEY Ain TYRONE * CLEARFIELD BRANCHES OPENING OF TYRONE * CLEARFIELTJ BK ANCU TO CI'.EAirFfE*.*.— . 41 MILES NORTH OF TYRONE/ 0,. ¦.,;,! »f;cr '>f .n Ur. F-'imi trv l-t r.W ?-.. . t,:)..;j:p.r Tr-;"!- TT]l.!rnll •' : |ili: ('VM-TlT S^..v.,c) t.'^ „•.,.; T>-r • " •>¦ '.' I."•If H.Ti-n. . -0<J or..: !'.>a.'rii.'er *'r-i:t hi livcta. T-i'-o*' ¦ -.;.-. -'<-;...£ ! '-- -.- ' ¦ !!-.'.-*•: ¦ ¦• - ¦ .!>X5- ci' 3 "" •- T '• V.Y. -> ¦'ii-.t' 5i«'Mr--wi.- :¦ Ti.vvii .- -' "0 i> m: •- •-... .V. (si.or; •¦ .i ;¦:• p a. •• ....'... .lirltf ;;; ¦ i I? ¦¦ oi Ar'iv* ni T.l"H"».t ? O.'l p ¦ -•! B E Expii-is le>,r<-> !-• tlm.n ui. 10 V0 .-. m ".. ..,' ...Mi i-.-hnrg- •-...!! 4* :i m " -...Itt-ro'. iito ' . . •'! ijb « in Arrivi-sat Ttrone a> 1 20 p > i:iST-.vAnn Mail Wr'.s Tyrone in K 50 -i m - '..."Sollelo tea- 10 50a in " • ...Mili-shur-r nt 11 02 a m Trive at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

MEDICAL. plSO'S CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. Thot the Science of Mfilicine has reai-hed a period of i'* hi.-'ory.ivhen t may. be said that CONSUMPTION <- '»n ne cured, is a mestgrtitilying.althiiughiinliinked-r.-revenr. PICO'S CURE FOR CONSUJITION, is a jnstiv celebrated medicine. . It is prepared bv ilazeiton & Co.. Wnrti-n, Pa. li is f..r -al" WholoMileand Retail. IIIKA-M I.IJi'-->S*l!RO; Jlow.-rdville, Centre Co. 'a. .Asrent- tor C n^re <-oJnty ; ; •> ;¦.' r'U" S'l.E -<n.v p'-r-oo >voh i i -' •.. ...-. i . ¦¦¦' .•!'•»• '¦;! >' ' '•; in tin- ¦ lb.. i i , h i- i- g-- 'I ••¦I"' '•' " ; I li,- purcn-ij. i i--.ii ii.iie HI.- i li 'I'-'- "' •""> " i iuar<- or non-e. Aim a ... o.-d i-..vv I'. r .-ale.— | ior u.iitivu>ar*. call at the •.tfi• e "I Hi*-. I aSSU'fitf.tf. .«REPUULICAN."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Bellefonte CiiuroJi Directory. Prcsoyton'-in cbnri-h. Spring Pt.. services a? at 11 a in., aoil "J p. in; No paMor at. present. Toi.s c«.n .-reirBiion are now er*-c'io^»; ::.-•>¦ rhorr'.. i.t coiu-eqiicoce <>f WMro tt-.e ;i-¦-¦it':*:- ic'Li. •'.-. r-e; vii-i.- wi'l he ¦ e'-l in il-.cC it11 llou-c stnii. further, o'.-nce. JiB'i.i.'i ¦ E..i-e.»p:i! Clnr.'li. Hi--h ?t.. >er vhi's I-.1.V .,. ,-u. ,n: i 7{ i'. in Pniy.-i -i ¦ ¦ * 0- .' ... ti 7; :.- :u H*v IJ. .1, ¦ ,;;",::.. ! .-'•- L» !.; iii > li.it:-li !. i.r, -•¦ . -e v-ci-- I Hi :. m . an 1 7^ p. .ii l'.i->-..'. . lla-le.-'-hirs--. fo.rt-r K.f-iinc.l I'hu-.ch. Lino -ct , u- p-j-ior at t.-o-eilf • ¦ at'iojic i.'hnrcii. nit!ioi> Sr ; s» v'wer- !0j a. in., aou :': p. m. 'i-v 1- i-M.-"--v^ii' ]i i-'or i'ni e.i KiC'lireii '"<-vrrh. High Kt.cet, w.~t -Me "f cr.-ek: ^^-rvice^ — African Al, K Church, we-t side «f creek : seivir<.sai II a m, aud 7i p. m lUv. Isaac Pin-ell....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

DIRECTORY. TJKITKD STATES. President— TJlys>es S. Grant. Vice J'ievident—Schuyler Colfax. Secretary nf Mate—Hamilton Fish. Scaretaryif Tre'xxury—Ucoige S.Boutwell. Seerttnry nf IKar—i.ieheral Rawlins. Secretary uf Xnvy—Artolph K. Borie. Sent etarg of Interior—Jac-b B. Cox. J'ontmaiter-Geutrat—J.A. A. Crest-well. Attorney Genet al—Eben Rockwood Hoar. STATE. Governor—Ino. W. Geaty. iSec'y of Commonicealtli—Frank .Tordnn. Deputy Secretary of Commonwealth—Isaac [3. Gara.. Auditor General—John F. Hartranft. Surveyor-General—Jacob M. Campbell. Treasurer—".V- W. Irwin. Attornet/ General—Benj. H. Browster. Vepy-AU'y Ge»*ml—I. W. M. Newlin. Snpt of Com. r elux.ls—3. P. Wickersham. ; Hcp'i Sup-. < f Com.Schouh—C.R Coburu. Sup't nf Soldu-r'e Orphan Schools—Geo. F. McFarland. - COUNTY-. President Judge—Charles A. Mayer: . I John Ilostermaii; AisociateH— } William Allison,. Prothonotary—Jumes H. Liptoh. lleqtiler &ltecordcr—J. P. Gephardt. Sheriff— U. Z. Kline. Dep'ly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

PROFESSIONAL CAVDS T G-. LOVE. 'A't'inii-v iii.Iiuw »J - IS-i'. J-.ifv V . Ull; cot: Jl.c.h Si, ' ii.-''!l \-- J.\«i.- II F i; l-.lv. Ati..riir..-r-l. » • I !;..¦!»'..-..;,., p, , ttle.-iu .».!¦ - t> !-:-)o il-2. "•< .111 • :. ! .C.'..!i 1.. :' :' ni:i«r-s /V,?* r. .t. !• h;i:i.i> f-'a<-h'i « •tK-T.NAIi<iv •-;. BA >Kn- B. I'<f-f»- I -llti-clo-OV .-! .-Bi-llti.-nt. Pa ,j:<6 (9. ¦ »««»( ..-.--'. A. O FfKST I IN.» 'i- FURsi, Att<>im\s-»t.|.a«r t l:,ii„';,r,.,. -. iaK'Rii.il fi>-«;.v-» Bt.AvriMi.-n eva.v m. bi...m*imi'I> I' * E »!. lll.lVt'HABI), Aiiorneys at I j. L «. Ailej-hiny St.. Billtfonte. Pa. jnfi'nS I v. IT N Jt AI.1.ISTER. JA3IKS A. SKAVKIl MMLLI.«TEK * BEAVEK. Attorneys at-Law. Bi-IIefoute Penn'a i^.6'69 M WW. BROWN, Attorn;y-at.Law. . Bellefonte. Penn'a.. uiil attend promptly to all business entrust d to his care. jafi'69 ly. JOHN H. ORVIS. CVfUS T. ALKZASDRIt. ORVIS rf- ALE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Select ^Poetry. THE fJlSENTHRALLEO. Il« had bowed d-.wn to drunkenness, Aa tihj-. t wurst.ijipei; The ; "i!st of manhood'* pride had gone, Too ":lin* and cold to sti;: ¦ Ai.u be lino jiiven his spirit up-I'nto tie hutiihies thta 1: Aioibowittg to the poisoned cup, . He gh-rted iu hi? fa.l. Thete eanie a ibange—the clou-' rolled off And li^ht fell on his bnin—And'like ihe passing ot a dream That cometb not again. The shallow of his spirit Aid, He saw the gull' before—He shuddered a: the wa*tc behind^—And was a man o.ice more. He shook the serpent's folo away, That gathered 'round hh> hea.r, As shakes the swaying forest oak, Its poison vine apart; He stood erect—returni-.g prids Grew terribly within; , . And Conscience sat in judgment on His most familiar sin. The light of intellect again Along his pathway shone; And Reason, like a monarch, stood, Upon its golden throne; The honored and the wise once U-ore Within his p-esenrecame—And lingered oft on lovely lips His once f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

BELLiOM wmm W.W. BROWN. 1 Enirons A. B. HUTCHISON, J Terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance. - BELLEFONTE, PA. Wednesday Morning, April 7, '09

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

General Jail Delivery The new jail it seoms will not hold prisoners. In thisrespectit is nobetter than the old one. What was it b-iilt for? For use or ornament? The taxpayers of Centre county will not soon forget the hue and cry that was raised against the old jail. It was worthless. Prisoners were constantly breaking out. In fact, the Democratic "powers that be" contended that the old jail was not only a disgrace to the county, but of no use at all, and threatened that if they did not get permission to build a new one, tkey would be compelled to send the prisoners to be kept in the jail ef some other county, which could only be done at a very heavy expense to the tas-payers. These arguments often made and persistantly repeated gained the approbation of the Grand Jury and the Court and permission was given the Democratic Commissioners to build a n;:w jail. It is true they were constantly crying out against high faxes, extravagance &c, &c, but their action in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

A Good Law.—The silly and dangerous practice of joking with firearms -;will prove % rather expensive business in MicL., hereafter. The Legislature of that State liaT passed an act imposing a fine of not more than fifty and not less than five dollars upon any one "who shall intentionally, without malice, point or aim any fire arm at any other person.'' The discharging of a firearm, even when it doc? not occaar-n injury, is punished with a fine of one hundred dollars, and not L-ss than on3 year's imprisonment.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

England, like Germany, is ready to acknowledge ihe right of all inhabitants of a country to give up their allegiance to their native laud, and to acquire citizens-hip' in the country in wlj ie-h they may emigrate. The lloyal Commissioners have just made' a report in favor nf recognizing naturalization a-; aliurutiiig BritishLubjccfcftx ta tLcir allegiance to iiugiantl.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The Watchman on the Rampage The Editors/ of the Democratic Watchman have worked themselves into fever heat over the ratification of th e fifteenth article of Amendment, by our State Legislature. Indeed they grow/ttrious, and attempt to frighten people by billingsgate, slang and low, vulgar abuse of good men. These gentlemen, it seems, have yet to learn that blackguardism, and low, personal abuse, cannot supply the place of argument, nor satisfy the intelligent mind. In speaking of the noble men who voted in favor of the amendment, and in favor of that good old Jefferson doctrine, that "All men are created equal," goes on to say: " "Our readers will doubtless want to "know the names of the . infamous " crew who have. afHicted this injury '' upon our Commonwealth. We give "them in small type, divested of capi'' tal letters, in .order that we may appropriately convey an idea of theex-1' ceeding littleness of the contemptible "puppies. These are the names of " the wretches who vot...

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