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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

f^i AT Just received and always on hand at GEO. & JOE. P. BLYMTER'S WARE HOUSE, MILROY, PENN'A., Salt for sale Wholesale and Retail, All kinds of grain bought at highest prices, inarl7'69-tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

BELLE?Offl 8EPUBLICA W. W. BROWN, 1 ., A. B. HUTCHISON, { Editors Terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

BELLEFONTE. PA Wednesday Morning, May 19,! '69

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Advertising.—The Bellefonte Republican has a larger circulation than any other Republican paper published in the county. Our merchants and business men loill please make a note of this.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Slippery Fellows We had occasion last week to propound a few questions to the Harris-\uTg Patriot and State Guard in relation to a list of names, published in the Guard and copied in the Patriot, containing, as they alleged, the names of the "honest members" of the last Legislature. The Patriot, consciencesmitten, and, no doubt, ashamed of the injustice it did, not only to the members whose names it published, but to those it did not publish, attempts an explanation. It charges us )rith garbling "the article copied from the Patriot, so as to make it appear that we intended to complete theState Guard's list of honest men, by adding the* names of Messrs. Clark and Brown," and then proceeds to quote what it did say, and its very quotation corroborates our statement, and casts a deeper and blacker suspicion upon that beautiful pair of noble brothers, the Editors of the Patriot and State Guard. The editor of the Patriot admits that he copied the State Guard's list of ''honest men,"...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Sprague's Letters.—One hunared and twenty thousand copies of the Globe, with the private letters printed by Sprague, have just been put iu wrappers at the Senate folding room and sent to Sprague in New York, where he is said to have opened some sort of a bureau. The letters cover thirty pages in the Globe in the finest type of that work, A lot just sent off in the mails filled thirty-nine of the largest sized mail bags.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Some Irish May Apply. —1-Iichael Scanlon, editor of the Irish republic (New York city), has been appointed Assessor of Internal Revenue for the Third district of that State—:.n office worth several thousands of dollars asnually. ¦ Mr. Scanlon is \ man of fine talents, a bold, vigorou ¦ ricev, a staunch supporter of Repub. in piineiples, and a first class rep. intative of the genuine Irish genius d character.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

judge Henry W. Williams Thy Harnsburg State Guard,m referring to the fact that Jugde Williams is uo.w sitting on the Supreme Bench at Harrisburg for the first time since his appointment, pays him the following compliment: It is but simple justice to say he fully maintains his well earned reputation as a jurist acquired in the western part of the State, by years of faithful duty on the Bench of the District Court of the county of Allegheny. His dignified and patient hearing of all questions, his uniform courtesy to counsel, his vigor of body and mind, and his evident capacity for labor, and the learning and ability displayed in his written opinions, all unite to proclaim him "the right man in the right place;" and point him out as every way worthy the public confidence, and the high regard in which he is held by the Republican party. As our readers are aware, he now holds his seat only by appointment of Governor Geary, in the place of Judge Strong, who some months ago resigned....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

The Irish and the Negroes We look upon the following proceedings of a meeting of the Irish Republican Association of Washington, City, D. O, held on the 15th inst., as a move in favor of right and justice.— Our Irish citizens are becoming sensible. The following resolution was adopted: Resolved, That we, the members of the Irish Republican Association, favor the nomination of a competent colored man on the general ticket. The President of the meeting said: ' ''' This is a step in the right direction, and will tend to conquer a prejudice which exists against the race in this city—a prejudice from which the Irish have, suffered as well as thr; colorer] people. But as both are armed with the ballot now. they can by acting together, defend themselves against prejudice and prescriptive rings. The enemies of one race are the enemies of the other, and the friends of one are friends of the other. Those who applied the lash so unmercifully to the colored man's back tried in and out o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Will It Pay ? The question is frequently asked, says an exchange, in regard to the Pacific Railroad by business men and others who have thought some on-the subject. The query can be answered better by figures than words. In 1S68 there were about one hundred ships plying from the Atlantic Shore around Cape Horn, the tonnage of which was estimated at 80,000; of steamships connecting with Chins, and California at Panama, there were 55, with a tonnage of 120,000, -while the fcosuage of overland wagon trains, stages, etc., was about 30,000. Here we have .230,-000 tons going westward two years ago. The return tonnage by this time is fully as much. We may, therefore, assume that the freight both ways to-day is not less than 500,000 tons. Two years ago there were transported to and fro, over all routes, per annum, 154,000 passengers. If the general rule of the increase of travel, which is deduced from an examination of railroad statistics, holds good, when applied to the Pacific roa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

A severe gale passed over Galveston, Texas, on Tuesday evening,blowing down a small two story dwelling, and slit-htlv damaging other*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Minister Curtin The nomination and confirmation of Hon Andrew G. Curtin as Minister to Russia, is hailed with delight by the Republican press generally throughout not only this State, but the whole country. We do not know that Gov. Curtin's is an exceptional case; but in him is at least exemplified, in a remarkable degree, the fact that the noblest and best-be-loved among men cannot escape the shafts of envy, hatred and malice. There is a certain clique of politicians within the lines of the Republican party, which persistently makes Gov. Curtin a target for slanderous abuse and malignant misrepresentation—assailing, not only his record as "a public man, but even his private character. It must be humiliating, indeed, to these unscrupulous defamers, tojind that all their open and secret attacks have been fruitless, that their plagues have only returned to curse the inventors, and that even in the day of bribery and corruption, sterling worth and genuine merit have triumphed ove...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

A Few Points We clip the following from the Mifflinburg lelegraph of the 13th inst.: "We take notice that the Democratic papers are endeavoring to make capital against the Republicans of Centre county for removing Maj.Forster, who they now characterize as a brave soldier "in the war for the Union." Do they forget that for that honorable service the Republicans twice nominated and voted for the Major for the Legislature, and he was defeated by the Democrats, and denounced as an "abolitionist, a turncoat and a renegade?" Do they forget that the Republicans gave him the Assessorship for his meritorious services, which they now take away on account of gross ingratitude and desertion to the very enemy whom he professed so heartily to despise? Such men have claims upon Gen. Grant's Administration! Why, sirs, if Johnsonized Republicans were possessed of any susceptibility they could hardly look an honest Republican in the face, much less ask political favors of him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Peter Herdic, of Williamsport, is announced as a Republican candidate for Governor.—Montrose Republican. Well! If uncle Peter gets hold of the crank of the Gubernatorial machine, you may bet your last nickle there will be lively work.—Lewisburg Chronicle. His conduct last winter gives evidence of his capacity to make a live Radical Governor, but the Good Lord deliver us from any niore such rascality.—Jersey Shore Herald. Poor Seely ! Are you afraid Peter would then lessen your ration of "Pea Nuts'' ? Don't get uneasy Col., for if "Pete" should be the "favored one" he would not be so cruel to such small "fry." '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

The Meadville Republican says :— " The people of Pennsylvania not being sufficiently cursed with the influence which Railroad corporations already exert in State legislation, the Democratic party will probably give itself over, body and soul, to the railroad ring, and nominate Gen. Cuss as their standard bearer next fall. With the railroad King as Governor, it might be poli ey to abolish the legislative branch of the government, and let the railroad corporations run the machine 4a suit their own notions/''' Do not our friends of the Bellefonte Republican know that Mr. Wallace is a member of the Committee on the State lAhxiLTj?. -Harrisburg Telegraph, W-e confess we had over-looked that fact; but P. G. Meek was a member of the same Committee in the House, yet he is classed anions the dishonest members. The explanation is not satisfactory. Had Mr. Meek no power as a member of the Library Committee ? The Staie Guard owes an ex planation to the Republican press of the State. The H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

From the Delaware American.] The Nomination for Governor The question of nominating a Republican Governor is now eliciting much discussion. The candidates are Gov. Geary, Major Gen. Hartranft, Hon. W. W. Ketcham, Hon. G. Dawson Caiman, Gen. Harry White and Gen. Selfridge. It is said by the knowing ones that thus far Gov. Geary has a majority of ths delegates.only one-third having been elected, and that the action of the Republicans of Lancaster, Chester, Delaware, Berks, Bucks, Lebanon and the tier bordering counties on or near Montgomery (the home of Gen. Hartranft) will have the power to decide the nomination. This may or may not be true, but true it is that many active politicians are shaping their course upon this presumption, and it is having nearly all the force of truth ; so that it looks now as though tho contest for the nomination will be between Geary and Hartranft. With the claims of the former all are familiar, and those of the latter are being pretty generally dis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Gubernatorial Candidates come of the Republican coteuiporaries are miming their special faver itcs for the Gubernatorial nomination on the 23 of June. Thus far Governor Geary has received the most liberal newspaper support, but the Bellefonte Republican is in favor of nominating Gen. John F. Hartranft, the present Auditor General. The Huntingdon Globe has brought forward Hon. D. J. Morrell, the member'of Congress for that district. The Luzerne people urge their favorite leader W. W. Ketcham, while Indiana will press Gen. Harry White. The Lehigh Register presents Gen Sel» fridge. Up to this time there has been a very kind feeling evinced towards all the candidates named. Apparently all are willing to sacrifice any personal preference for the good of the common cause in the success of the candidate nominated, whoever he may be, and we have no disposition to disturb that quiescent kindliness which exists on all sides. Our Democratic friends on the surface are getting along quit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

The New York Evening Post calls attention to these interesting facts: The present century has seen four great .events; 1. Morse's invention of the Telegraph. 2. The laying of the Atlantic Cable. 3. Ths death of Slavery in the U. S. 4. The completion of the Pacific Railway. In twenty-fire years the continent has been spanned by the wires of the telegraph. Ten years ago the lightning began to run beneath the sea.— Five years ago the war for freedom ended, and Slavery died. Yesterday the iron track was made complete from Portland to San Francisco. The young men of to day, who has seen all these things accomplished, will have tales to tell to his grandchildren such as no grandsire of our day can summon from the stores of his memory.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

A bronze statue after Handen's marble statue at Richmond,Virginia, was set up and inaugurated in Lafayette Park, St. Louis, on Saturday. A large concourse of citizens were present, speeches made and a collation served.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 19 May 1869

Editorial and Other Items —Gen. Geo. H. Thomas leaves for California next Thursday. —Lord Watterpath and Lcrd Berkley, of England, are in St. Louis. —The wheat, corn and other crops are reported very promising in all parts of Kansas. —Rufus L. Lord, the victim of the celebrated Bond robbery, died in New York on Saturday. — Hill's jewelry store in Canandaigua, N. T., was' robbed Saturday morning of $5,000 worth of goods. —Charles R. McMurren,a commercial traveller, was drowned at Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday, last while boating, on the Bay. —On Saturday the little son ofG. Durant, telegraph operatorat Boyd's Station. Ky., fell into a tub of hoc water, and was scalded to death. —The General Court Martial, which has been in session at Richmond, Va. for two years, was dissolved on "the 11th inst, by order of Gen. Canby. —Gov Wells, of Virginia.has commuted the sentences of Charles Taylor and Pleasant Richardson, of Henrico County, to imprisonment for 18 years. —The house and ba...

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