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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

BDtrCATHlOAIi TRINITY SCHOOL, ... CLAYJfONT, DELAWAEE. One hour's ride from Philadelphia, on the Baltimore Railroad. A Select Family School for boys. The Winter Term of this School will open on September 9th. : For Circulars containing full information, Catalogue, Coarse of Studies, de., address, Ber. J. STURGIS PEARCE, July 31,'68.1m2cw*c. i , . Rector. TUSCARORA ACADEMY, FOUNDED 1836. The Fail Session of this flourishing Institur tion will commence on the first Wednesday in September. The object of the Institution is to prepare young men for the active duties of life, to qualify pupils for teaching, and to train thoroughly such as desire to enter College. The instruction embraces the culture of the mind and heart, so that their powers may be well directed and applied, and a taste for intellectual pursiits and virtuous habits developed. For further information send for a Circular. Applicants wiU please address D. D. STONE, A. M., Principal, or W. A. McDowell, A. M., Associa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MISCELLANEOUS CAL, mSCELiANEOUS,iJ SUNDAY SCHOOL, and SCHOOI. BOOKS Blank, Time, and Pass Books, Diaries. Every grade and price of Cap, Legal, Bill, Letter and Note Paper Fine Frnch paper, envelopes of every discription and price, pens, inks, transparent and common slates, pencils, Ac, <tc.| ALSO DAILY * WEEKLY PAPERS, MAGA ZINE3 AND SHEETS MUSIC. A large supply of Legal and Justices, blank constantly on hand. U. S, INTERNAL RENENUESTAMPS. He is also agent for Locbmnn's celebrated WRITING FLUID Country merebants would do well to examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere, as I can sell at manufacturers prices. BOOKS GOT TO ORDER WHEN DESIRED. Augly 8 "VTEW BOOK STORE. —' WHOLESALE JfRETAIL ' . BOOKS, STATIONARY, I AND "'¦:¦' NEWS EMPORIUM. JACOB D. MILLER, -Has purchased" the Book, Stationary and News Establishment of Kinsloe * Brother, on Alleghany street, near the Diamond; to which he-has just added a large invoice of goods such as is genera l!y kept in a well co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

r^RAYBILL A CO., WHOLESALE DIALERS IN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Shades, YARNS, BATTING, WADDING, GRALN BAGS, WICKJ BROOMS, TWINES, &q. Also WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, No. 345 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. July31.'6S.lyt jgURNSIDE & THOMAS, BELLEFONTE, PA. DEALERS IN PINE GROCERIES, TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR t MOLASSES, Pure Undulterated Spices, Warranted to be strictly pure, Pure Confectionery. Xoreign Fruits & Nuts, BOOTS A SHOES, Warranted, Leather ia aU raristy, Hats, Cap Notions, Bel til jf, to., del Aug.28,'«8Jy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

PLAMIW G MILL. THE BELLEFONTE PLANING MILL j BD. BLANCHARD, S. AUSTIN BKEW, K. M. BLANCHARD, YT. M. UOUISS. Blanchard & Co. Successors.to Valentine, Blanchard & Co., MANUFA CTURERS of,WHITE;4 YELLOW PINE FLOORING WEATHERB0ARD1NG, of various styles, SASH, BLINDS, DOORS, MOULDING, BRACKETS, SCROLL SAVING OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND BKASKETS OF ALL SIZES MADE to ORDER. Havingja BUCKLEY'S PATENT;LUMBER DRYER, connected with our eestablishment, we are enabled to manufacture our work from THOROUGHLY SEASONED LUMBER Orders from Contractors, Builders, Dealers, and the trade in general, solicited; BELLEFONTE, CENTRE Co., Pa. Aug. 28,'«8.tf. ". ATCHES AND CLOCKS .large lot just received by ^ GEO. W. PATT0*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

DIRECTORY. B. E. V- R. R.—Geo. C, Wilkihs, Sup't. "Westward from Bellefoute. Mail 4.27 p M Accommodation, -. , > coOam Through Freight 8.42 a m atMilesburg Eastward from Bellefoute; '¦! Mail...... ...-.....';...T10.28am Aconunodation 5.55 pm Freight and aocom........5.55 r a'at Milesburg B. & S. S. R. R^-Dahiei, Rhoads, Sup't. Pass'r, leave.. .7.45 a m I Pass'r' arr... .9.50 a m Pass'r, « 2.30 p m | Pass'r arr... .5.05 p m P. R. 3L. ' CONNECTrOHSAT TYRONE. Phila; E^...';7^1:am)ibayExp.iLf.5t-a m Emigrant;....;2.15.p ml Mall Train..3.00'p m Mail Train!;:.6.44 p m fChi. -Exp."?..;5.1t p m H. & Alt. Ac. .8.35 a m | Phila. Exp. .10.27 p m MIFELINi CENTRE CO. BRANCH R. R. . ., ;;vM0»THWARD. : ';.'. - .- , ¦ No. 1: ; leaves Lewistown .at:7.20 a in , and arrives:inMUrpy.8.15"a.m. „,... . v._ ''.",."' "No.:2, IehSea Penn'a R. R.U1.15 a m., arrives af 5miroy'.12.15'p'. in. .-,- .;; " ¦ ¦ .' ¦ ¦:. .-.'• .-':";; No.3, leaves Penn'aRR. i.OBp.'ni., arrives at Miiro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

BUSINESS CARDS A BOYD HENDERSON, , Attorney at.Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Oflicc northeast corner of the Diamond. -' - 9:4:'CS. WH. LATJRIMEU, • . . Attorney at.Linr, Bellefonte, Pa. Oflicc with the district Attorney, in the Court House. 9:4:'6S. ORVIS el ALEXANDER, At' coiueys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Offic in Conrad Hou^e, Allegheny St. 9:4:'6!i. JG. LOVE, , Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office wiili Adam Hoy, two doors below the Press Building, High Street. 9.4.'OS. SD. GRAY, , Attornev at Law. Bellefonte, .Pa; Office with A. O. Furst, Esq..' 9:4. 'tis. L1NX & FURST, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. 9:4.'«3 MC ALLISTER & BEAVER, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. 9.4: •68.. THAD. P. STEPHENS, Attorney at Law. OJice on corner of Al leiiheny and High sheets, Bellefonte. 9.4:'U3. WILSON & HUTCHINSON, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Centre county, Pa. Collections, and all other legal business, in Centre and adjoining counties, promptly attended t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

BUSINESS CARDS. BELLEFOUTE IRON FOUN-; ' DRt. . TODD & DUNCAN, Bellefonte, Centre county, Penn'a. \ f. if: ;._.;•:: "¦ ft Furnishers of Grist and Saw Mill Machinery, Flour packers, Smutters, Todd's Patent TURBINE WATER WHEELS, :-Equal to Overshots, and Circular Saw Mills,. with Todd's Improved Patent Feed Work and Past's Patent Head Blocks, for Circular and1 Mulay Saw Mills, which se,» both ends at once, • avoids turning the sla making the last cut,' and avoids variation thickness in s.awing boards by.the setting of careless hands. I Qast, Iron frames furnished when preferred, and Self-Oiling boxes.""! " {:-¦ ¦ ' .. . '' ¦ v,! -, \ Sj7;, V<»:, ~- ; ¦ ¦ ¦' :- :•'• ¦ .-ifti.-:-:- i ''-'••£¦ BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY ! The subscriber would respectfully tntmei the citizens of.BoUeftrate and vicinily, ihthfS is prepared to furnish, every day, -. ^ FRESH BREAD, Cakes of all kinds,^, Sies. &.D., Ac, CANDIES, SPICES, NUTS, FRUITS, r.nd anything and everyt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

MISCiBLLANBOUS. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH IN CHINA. THE EAST INDIA TELEGRAPH COMPANY'S OFFICE. No. 23 & 23 Nassau Str*Vt, Now York. Orgauizedjunder special charter from the State • ¦*! ;, \ .' of New,York. -t1, < > CAPITAL .. .; . .;.-; ......' .§5,000,000 $50,000 SHARES, $100 EACH. DIRECTORS. HON. ANDREW G. CCIRT1N, Philadelphia. PAUL S; FORRES, of Russell & Co., China. FRED.' BUTTEKKIULD; of Fi "Butterfield A Co., Hew York. ISAAC HVERMQRE, Tua*urer Michigan CentralRailrbftd, Boston. V , ", :sf ..: fALEXANDEk.' JIOLEAND, • Treasurer American Express Company, New York. HON. JAMES NOXON, Syracuse, N. Y. > .0. II; PALMER, Treasurer Western Union Telegraph Company, New York. FLETCHER WESTRAY, of Wc.Htray, Gibbs & Hardcastle, Now York. * ..NICHOLAS MICKLES, New York OFFICERS. A. 0. CURTIN; President. . -, N. M-^CKLL'3. Vice Presideut.' GEORGE CO;nANT,•Sedretary. ¦' GEORGE BtLIS (Cailiier. National Bank Com"mimwel£UU'):.Tri-asurer. '~-' '', H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

; , ¦ : TIMETTABI.E.: PHILADELPHIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD. WINTER. TIME TABLE. THROUGH AND DIRECT ROUTE RETWEEX PHILADELPHIA, - BALTIMORE, liARRISBURG, WIL--LIAMSPORT, . • .TO THE NORTHWEST, - ASO TUB GREAT OIL region Of ¦PE.wvsrr.r.ixiA. Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Niglit Trains. . .. On and after MONDAY,' Nov. 23rd, 1S68, (he Trains on the Philadelphia it Erie Rail Road will run as follows: Westward. Mail Train leaves'Philadelphia,;.,.10.50 p. m. " " " Lock Haven, 0.31 a. m. -" ". arr. at Erie... 9.50 p.m. Erie Exp'ss leaves Philadelphia....11.50 noon. " '• " Lock Haven,.... 9.55 p. m. " " '"arr. at Erie .10.80 a. m. Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia S.00 a. m. " ..'.'; arr. at lock Ilav-cn 7.45 p.m. Eastward. Mail Train-leaves Eric... 10.50 a. m. ' .' . •• " Lock Haven....:.11.21 p.m. " " arr. at Philadelphia 10.00 a.m. Erie Express leaves Erie, , 6.25 p.m. »« •< «' Look Haven.... 6.10 a.m. J " " arr. at Philadelphia... 4.20 a. in. Mail and Express connect wilh Oi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

PATENT MEDICINES. : |p. TAYLOR'S . " ' j • •¦ ; - ' OLIVB-BRANuII ¦ ' "¦> i BITTERS. t A f-SlJANGLLEADD' JbrM'B i -TONIC STIMULANT, STOMACHIC AND. CARJUNaxivh BIT pSJ»/B £?f5S?Ti!I> ENTIRELY 4 FROM HERBS AND ROOTS A' HIGHLY BENEFICIAL IN^DYsl ,;PEPSIA1,GENE! VAL^DEBl€lTf " AND. LOSS OF APPETITE :AND': AN EXCELLENT CORRECTIVE • FOR PJSHSOK8 SUFFERING FROM DISORDERS OF THE .: : BOWKLS, FLATULENCE, 40. "i- : - SOLD EVERYWHERE. »Depot, No, 413 Market Street, Philadelphia. J. ;K. TAYLOR A CO. ! lOOteiygd. „ WdGtriRE'S- -- .v:,^'^^ " I SPANISIIHAIRi.DRESSER;!y Fpr; .prbafOtiiig; the g\r1ratU|'-:]beiatify^^' tife l&it,' anSSndering i^srtW and-fgloss'y^ No other 'Compound .possose9Xft,fie1p'ecuHar.!prir pertios which so oxuei,y?.sait":°t&!eiyiripusycuniditigus of the human" hair..'Tlicv usb; of'this' oil; as -a\n_air/i<rcfs_e^j.'iias;iieeif^r^iy]erg||;^]D^ every section of the country in the Spanish ^raiu - for ¦ centuries.,. The "oil, is highly ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

DOALSBURG ACADEMY. BOALSBURG, CENTRE CO., PENN'A..; The Winter Session of this Institution will commence ou Monday, Nov. 2d, 1S0S, and consists of two ttirms of ten weeks each, exclusive of a vacation of two weeks during the Hollidays. Male and Female pupils received at fitted for th= higher seminaries of learning, or the active business of life. : Rates of Tuition iv.ra. §5.00 to S7.00 per term. Fuel, 50 cents per term: Pupils charged from the time of entering till the end of the term, except in cases of sickness, or by special agreement.; Board in private families from 53.00 to S' A.'io per week. For further particulars address the principal. 1U1G« G.W.LEISHElt. EDITCATIONALr ^OASSmGT^'Waomr^^FdR D TOTJXG LADIES. ' '. H0LLIMISBU11S -SEMINARY ¦ Rev. JOSEPH WAUGII, A. M., Principal CARL F. KOLBE, Prof. Music, .French and German. Competent Assistants in other Departments.'. None but experienced and successful £eachera are employed in.this Institution. The situation is beautiful a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

Mr. Gephart would respectfully inform the public gone rally that ho ' now' oojupies '. tti o •; above named Hotel, where he will be glad to;' meet and greet bis former friends, and receive a share of the public patrooage. By strict personal attention to the details of his business he hopes to be able to render satisfaction to all who may favor him with their patronage.. His bar and table will be made a speciality. His stabla is good,.,and' srill be„ attended by careful and attentive ostlers. An excellent LIVERY is attached to this establishment, which strangers will find to their"advantage. Givehiin a call, one and all. He feels confident that all.will be satisfied with theiraecommodation. June 5,'68-10m. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

MISCEZJLAlfEOUS. T^riLLIAMSPORT 7 ; COMMERCIAL COLLEGER DrjLr Chauteked and Organized by the Legislature to grant Diplomas to it's Graduates. "THIS INSTITUTION", bu'f recently started, was welcomed at its outset, by a more liberal patronage than that which has been accorded any other Commercial College in the country. J - ADVANTAGES. Beauty, (Health; and Business Importance of location. ' - It is readily accessible from all parts by Railroad. Its course of Instruction is full, thorough, and pre-eminently practical. Boarding CHEAPER than at any other similar Institution. ' For terms, specimens ofbusincss and Ornamental penmanship, samples' of money used in College Bank-, Ac, call at the Office, or address J: F. DAVIS.-WiLLLutsroKT, Pa. . Aug^/GT-ly. ^ " ' ; ' : ' ' " O TERNfiERG"& BRANDEIS. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN OX.OTECI3STC3-, DRY GOODS, OIL CLOTHS, NOTIONS, CARPETS, GLASS A2TD QTJEENSWABE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, GROCERIES, &C, &C CHEAP...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

TEE LAZY MAN. Gi swold, the "Fat Contributor," in a receu contribution to the Cincinnati Tune?, speaks as follows in belialf of ibe lazy man, "not by way of encour?^ing nun hi lus laziness, or in tbe lcmotest tlegree to influence others to adopt lug style, but as denioustraling that some good even may be mingled in the comr Dsition of good lor-nothm5s." It is a subject on which Grtswolil can speak intelligoiitlv, and ins opinions are therefore entitled to consideration. '•Hie lazy man is nearly always sjoml nattircd. lie never Hies into a passion, lie might crawl into one, if it were possible, but the. idea of him flying into a passion is preposterous. '•Whoever hoard of a lazy nu breaking into a bank, where a crowbar had to be used, or drilling into a safe? Jfobody. Not that he might note-) vet his neighbors goods therein contained, but- hi* horror of handlingcrowbais aud drills would always deter him-from actually committing a burglary, lie never runs away with his neighbo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

A* ASECDOTE WORTH PRESERVING — Alans correspondent guarantees the lollowing: «a frenchman, a • prisoner in Edmburg, having managed to escape, took refuge in the powder magazine. When th*in horities wished to seize him, then found him sitting on a barrel with alMited match, and threatening to blow up the town 1 he authorities reflected pnu ently auc the result of their deliberations was that it would be better to starve the Frenchman out. hat they reckoned without their prisoner, who loved g0„d rhcw aiK, determined o live well. In consequence, he called out that he would blow the whole town to pieces if he did not have three meals a day; he would write out the bill of tare, bawiiey succumbed, aud the de ot the prisoner went on inc.-easin-. Sometimes he had a serenade under his window then it renew of the garrison ; afterwards a sham light ui which the troops rcprcsentmthe trench army beat the Highlanders. ° I'lns state of affairs continued until by the cessation ot hostilities and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

,, ,. ,Kol >VL llEPitooF.—Two of tbe r.iigiisb princesses went lately .into a room where a servant was pqlisbMfta stove-grate, and insisted on helping her. Alleri-ottin" possession of the brushes, they polished the woman's face instead of I ha-rate. The servant was ready to sink- with confusion, lor she could not leave the appartment without encountering Prince Albert. lie was astonished to see so dirty an object emerging from his rooms, aud inquire the meaning of .it. The servant reluctantly told huu. It soon reached the ears of the queen, and she was seen crossing the court, loading the two princesses by the hand, towards the servant's quarters. Her majesty sought out the woman, made her daughters ask her pardon, and sent them at once to the nearest millinery and dress establishment, to purchase a complete outfit—dress, bonnet, shawl, gloves, &c, aud present them to the servant in lieu of the dress the "had spoiled. The articles were purchased with their own money...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

IJeavki: Dams.—One of the agents in the construction department of the Union Pacific railroad says, that in floating ties down the Laramie river, it becomes necessary to build dams to produce a floo.d in consequence of the low stage of the water as isjf'requently done in the oil regions of Pennsylvania, to float the flat boats loaded with oil, and which saved our licet on the Ited Kiver during the late war. When the men left their work at night, beaver begun where they left off, and carried it on in a very satisfactory manner. In two or three instances where breaks occurred thwe industrials animals have repaired (horn 111 a single night, to the saving of hundreds ol dollars to the contractor Diarv pop. a WKKK.-Sunday—Day of rest j of course nothing can be done Moiiday-.Beiug early in the week, don tbe too precipitate in beginning •invthmg. ° ¦> Tuesday—Determine not to Id the week Kant U"ii°"t a,'',li(;vi11 -s'""-'-t!>i»g bril-Weihiesday—ISosolve on vigorous measur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. '" TTARNESS, SADDLE, AND BRIDLE MANUFACTORY, BY J..H. McGLURE, New Build'ingj' Bishop Street, 'BJEBLEF-ONTEJ PENST'Ai. [ Mr. McOlure having now permanently located himself in the nt»w building erected for the purpose, in Bishop street, very respectfully and cordially invites ,,. , ALL ,JUS OLD CUSTOMERS, „ --*.. anil the public in general, where ho is prepared to servo tuein widi any article desirable in his line, manufactured FROM TIIT3 BEST STOCK at reasonable rates, and satisfaction guaraii.; toed in every instance.' s ' ¦ ; SADDLES * of every description on hand and made to or-. -der on short notice. ^ I ¦ Ki 9 p BRIDLES; ;,. «•- of every pattern and mounted according to taste: _..»'', COLLARS' - to suit in every particular,' and of the very best make. ;': -.. ; . "' v '• •• -: S, ;¦ .- ¦':: DOUBLE AND SINGLE HARNESS manufactured to order in extra fancy and ordinary styles, and rigged with theibesfc material in the line of silver plae'd or common mountings...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

Mt §VUeft>0 ptio»aIt • /CLEARFIELD HOUSE, ' ' Kept by JAMES li.«ALER, FRONT STKEE'r; PnTLIPSBUIlG, PA. .; AYe will impeach any man who says we fail to give direct and prompt, attention, to all; customers, or fail to cause them to rejoice over a we'll TiirnisheoVtable, and clean room's .with new' beds,:where"ali'raay feelathome', and the weary be at rest. ': NEW. STABLING. 'AND^SHEDS. for Hor-' ser and Carriages. ¦•..'. -• -. john Mclaughlin &. co.,-.. June 12,'68-tf. '• ¦ "' Proprietors. OTATES UNION HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA. ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ This Hotel is pleasantly, situated'on the south side of Market Street,' a few doors above-Sixth'. j Its central locality makes.it paiticulurly desirable to persons visiting, the City on busi. noss or pleasure. , W.|D. UoBB-xsi -A. BECK, Proprietor, Clerk.' Formerly of the IMerchants'Housa. j Apr.2,'6S-ly.l2; •"- ; \h'::. ~ : ¦ ¦""'..:' ULEMINGTON HOTEL, : ; FLEMINGTON, PA. H. GEPHABT,. - - Pi-oprietor. EAH, ROAD HOUSE. ' Corner Fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 25 December 1868

In the Trenches; OB How the "Boye in Blue" kept.Chistmas ur w. w. snsyis. At home these comfortable, joyous, wiu. - ter evenings, under the holly anil the misie'tde, gathered around generous tables, laden with gOod cheer and plenty, and before the warm yule fires, brilliant with blaxe and spark, it is well to look back to the contrast of but a i'ewdieet years. Peace and good will reign through the land to-day. The stars with tremulous glimmer look do.wn- telling of love and hope. Undisturbed by war or rumors of war, safe from abroad, aud uuiet at home, with carol and chorus, and chant and anthem, wo celebrate the historic Holy day—the aimiveiv-ary of the advent of the'peace of the world. We have gained this haven through sacrifice and lire, and its memories are gratefid to the-nation. I have thought nothing more appropriately commemorative of this joyful day than the story of how it has often been passed for us by the men who have saved our traditions, our present and our fu...

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