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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

If Gen. Butler, says the Pittsburg Commercial, means to do the- honest thing in our finances, he certainly is unlucky in the impression he has made on the country. The almost universal conception of his financial plan is that it does not accord at all with the purpose of paying honestly what we owe, but is repudiation, intentional and certain. The New York Post frees its mind in the following plain fashion: "Gen. Butler has now completed his financial scheme. He set up in business with a proposition to pay the Government's promises not due, in promises already broken. He ends by demanding that the people shall accept as a substitute for money promises to pay money which are never to be redeemed. Having no common grounds on which we can argue with ton. Busier we shall not undertake to discuss his plan. If we are to have a law authorizing all debtors, to, cheat their creditors, let us make it simp e. Gen. Butler's scheme is too complicated.— It is as -though a burglar should take th...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

The Bound Table presents an intereating summary of the net earnings of our gold and silver mines during 1868. According to the table presented, the vield for 1868 may be stated thus: C»lifornia..$20,000,000 I Colorado $4,000,000 Nevada,,,.. 18,000,000 | Wash'n....l,000,000 Montana 12,000,000 I Arizona... 2o0,000 Idaho , 6,000,000 | JJ.-Mexico. 250,000 Oregon 5,000,000 | — :¦ Total.,. .., $66,500,00(1 If our financiers and lawmakers would only devise some method where^ by one-half of this amount would be retained in the country, insteacTof shipping it to Europe in payment of articles that we are abundantly able to manufacture at home, the prosperity pf the country would be promoted.— What vce want is a protective tariff,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

A Retrospect and a Prospect When the Republican party, upon the violation of the old Missouri Compromise, first began to take fomi and strength from the aroused indignation of the outraged freeciom-loving North, there were few men, at first, bold enough to brave the contumely heaped upon those who were stigmatized as Abolitionists and black Republicans. But the true principles and time-honored doctrines of the fathers were yet alive in the hearts of their sons, and amidst, and in Spite of, vituperation, prejudice and slanders, the new advocate of equal rights, and law and order, of Freedom for the land, and protection for the citizen, alike and everywhere, grew and strengthened, and drew to its' ranks, and rallied around its banners, the active, the strong, the intelligent, and especially the enterprising young men of that part of the nation, wfeere speech, the press, and opinion were free. Assailed as the disunion party, it came to be the Union's only organized defender, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

A Scrap from History for the Consideration of Pennsylvania Tax Pay ers. The Watchman, as well as the entire Democratic press of the country, are constantly harping on the subject of Taxation, heavy taxes, &c. The fact is, they should be ashamed to write a line, or say one word on the subject. Every line written by those men upon that subject,only tends the more to expose their own wickedness and oppression heaped upon the tax payers by Democratic mis-rule. Pennsylvania, from 1790 to 1854, was ruled and governed by the Democratic party. It was an unbroken rule, except nine years. Governor Heister, Federalist, was elected in 1820, and served three years. Governor Ritner, anti-Mason, was elected in 1835, and Governor Johnston was elected in 1848, and served one term. So that it may truthfully be said that, from 1790 till 1854, making sixty-four years, the Democrats had full sway in the Legislative halls of the State. For during the administrations of Heister, Ritner and J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

The press of the State, generally, are severely criticizing the Legislature for extravagance in continuing the job of the Folders anrl Pasters at an expense of over §30,000, when Messrs. Ranch and Cochran, of Lan caster, offered to do the work for one fourth that sum. We join with them in condemning this wasteful provision made in the interest of the Legislative hapgers-on, and suggest that the true remedy is a very simple one. Let all such jobs be given to the lowest responsible bidders, after due notice, and approved security be required'for the performance of such contracts.— Legislators who do not make a serious attempt to stop these Treasury leaks in State and Nation, will hear before long, a species of popular thunder that will be apt to cause them to disappear in terror from the political arena: \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

—A meeting of the Ninth Army Corps, officers and soldiers of the Burnside expedition into North Car olina, has been called by General Burnside to meet in New York February 8th, next, the anniversary of the capture .of Roanoke Island, for the purpose of making a permanent organization, and taking measures for a general meeting at an early day. —The Republican State Central Committee of Virginia has been called to meet January 27th, to consider the propriety of calling a new State Convention. It is understood the new convention is to consider tho nomination of a new candidate for Govenor and other offices, Subscribe for the Rpr-FBiac*:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

Congressional News Senate.—Petition was presented for removal of political disabilities of Chas. Cattell. A bill to amend representation of the people in Congress was referred to a select committee. The bill providing for removal of the remains of Mr. Coggswell to this country was passed, as was also a bill relating to habeas corpus. The bill providing for the execution in the District of commissions issued by the courts of States and Territories or foreign nations, and for taking deposition's to be used in said courts, was reported back from the Dirtrict Com mittee. The House concurrent resolution giving certain parts of the Capitol for the inauguration ball was rejected. Another long discussion was had on tho Miss Murphy claim. A resolution was adopted appointing a teller on part of the Senate to count votes for President and Vice Presi dent. The Senate Finance Committee was occupied for a long time on the 13th inst., in debating the many different propositions pending bef...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

The bill proposes the issue of cou pon registered bonds to the amount of one thousand millions of dollars, re deemable in coin after thirty and fifty years respectively; the thirty-year bonds to bear interest at four and a half per cent, in coin, and the fiftyyear bonds at 4 per cent. The bonds to be exempt from national,State, and municipal tax, except income, and to be exclusively used in payment or exchange of outstanding bonds or notes that have fallen due, or that bear interest at higher rates. The Secretary.of the Treasury is to retire and cancel all United States notes now outstanding, by there conversion in such bonds. Circulating notes are to bo issued to the national banks as fast as the United States notes are cancelled, until the amountof United States notes outstanding shall be reduced tc one hundrd millions of dollars. The national banks hereafter to make de-. posits for security of circulation in the bonds provided.. By Mr. Poland, of Vermont, allowing the def...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

Another Talk with Grant The correspondents of the newspapers have so much tb say about Grant and his views and opinions of things in general, that are false, that we pay very little attention to anyof their statements in regard to what Gen. Grant has said, will say, may say, or do; but we clip the following last talk with Gen. Grant, simply because, if he did not say it, he should have done so. It is certainly the right talk coming from the right source: "A prominent citizen of St. Louis, just from Washington, describes a halfhour interview with General Grant, which shows some of the characteristics of the President elect in a stronger !lD"Tlt flinv* QinrfTiinn- flio^vLno LfiATl sairl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

or wrrfcten in a long time. During the conversation a Senator and Judge from Louisiana, were introduced, who came to consult with the General in regard to the government indorsing some ytate bonds for the improvement of the levees in Louisiana. " The General said he hoped the Government would not do it, and added, ' while we are discussing on all sides how the national debt is to be paid, I shall oppose any increase of the national obligations. I never knew a government to become responsible for any amount that it did not ultimately have to pay.' "After some further remarks, designed to win the General's favor, the Judge said millions of acres of the best land in the world are subject, to overflow. : "Gen. Grant replied: 'Let them overflow, and let them stay under water until their owners are willing that Northern men and Northern capital should come in and protect and improve them. Northern men with ample capital are ready to make a garden of your State, and you won't let them ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

The Maqnammitt of Real Worth.— Those who have the fewest resources in themselves naturally seek the food of their self-love elsewhere. The most ignorant people find most to laugh at in strangers ; scandal and satire prevail in small p'aoes ; and a propensity to ridiculo the slightest or most palpable deration from what we happen to approve, ceases with the progress of common sense and decency. True worth does nott exult in the faulis and deficiencies of others:, as.true refiement turns away from grcesness and deformity, instead of being tempted to indulge in an unmanly triumph over it. Raphael would not faint away at (bedaubing of a sign-post, nor H-mer h 11 his head the higher for being in the company of a •' great bard." Real power, real excellence does riotvseek for a foil in imperfection ; nor fear contamination from coming in contact with that which is coarse and home'y. It reposes on i'self. and is equally free from envy and affectation.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

—London papers announce that the agent of the Ohio and Mississippi Railway Company has issued a prospectus, of a small loan of §200 000 mortgage bonds at seventy five per cent., being six per cent, interest, principal and interest payable in gold in London. The money, it is stated, is required for the adoption of the gauge connecting the company with the Illinois Central.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

Editorial and News Items —The receipts of internal revenue are increasing, and for the month will reach §12,000,000, —Gerald Eaton was on Saturday sentenced to death in Philadelphia, for the murder of Heenan. —Fairbanks mills at Keene, New Hampshire were destroyed by fire Saturday. Loss, §50,000. —It is proposed to erect a Masonic Temple at Detroit which, shall cost over half a million of dollars. —The construction of a grand union railroad depot on the west side, Chi cago, is being seriouslv advocated. . —The Portland Board of Trade on Saturday passed resolutions in favor of a reciprocity treaty with Canada. —The women of St. Louis held a meeting Saturday to promote impartial suffrage, male and female, white and black. There is more timber in Southern Minnesota than there was tea years ago. The prairie fires are stopped by the roads and fields. —Mr. T. Carder, of Marion, Williamson county, Illinois, was shot and killed Saturday morning by Samuel Cover, of the same place. — ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

What Our Exchanges Think of the " Republican." It is always encouraging to have the good opinion of friends; but the good opinion of educated men, such men as are at the head of, and who control the newspaper-press of Pa., to-day, is a compliment worth publishing to the world. While we confess that it is a tax upon our modesty, we nevertheless feel that it is a dut? to publish what the press, in general, think of us. Here are the notices.— Read them : "Bellefonte, on the 6th of this month {rave birth to a new loyal paper-The REPUBLlOAN-a journal which evidences in its initial sheet energy, vigor and brilliant editorial ability. Center county was one of the coffee-pot districts in the recent campaign, and we reeosnizein the prompt appearance of a'ne'w paper devoted to the pure principles of Republicanism the legitimate fruit of those outrages. In the end Corruption damages even the Democratic party."—Forney'sPhil a. Daily Press. "The Bellefonte Republican is a new weekly just...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

SO.METHIXG SEW AND USEFUL-A New Em iu Hanc. VOl'tlLAil MITSIP at FOFULAJt flUUBo. • m,^"tl" Uuli-llmie series uf Muaio l„r tha Milli„n " JNo. 2 uow ready,—Music an,I Cmuic Son'i? -CAPi-AliS JiNKXjt-' TUB UoTsKM-l-K1NES." others u, tull„w rapi.liy. Price 5 cents each. Vour Newsdealers has it or will get it lor you. Mailed on receipt of price, address BENJ. W. Hll'OacOCIv Publisher, 89 Spring Street New York. ' ja2U'69.4w. TO THE WORKING CLASS. I am now prepared to furnish constant employment to all classes at their homes, for their spare moments. Business new,light and profitable. Fifty cts. to $5 per evening is easily earned, and the boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Great inducements are,<ifiered. AH who see this notice please send me their ad dress and test the business lor themselves.— If not well satisfied, I will send SI to pay for the trouble of witing to me. Fu.1 particulars sent free. Sample sent by mail for ten cents. Address, E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, JTain...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

A WATCH FREE Given gratis to live, energetic Agents, male or female, in a new, light and honorable business, paying thirty dollars per day sure. No gilt enterprise, no humbug. Address R. Monroe Kennedy & Co., Pittsburg, Pa.,' ja20'69.4w.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 20 January 1869

DR. BURTON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE Warranted to remove all desire for Tobacco. It is entirely "Vegetable and harmless. It Purifies and enriches the Blood, Invigorates the System, possecses great Nourishing ana Stiengthening power, is an excellent Appetizer, enables the Stomach to Digest the heartiest food, makes sleep re^ freshing, and establishes robus health.— Smo7cers and Chcwers of Sixty Years Cured. Price, Fifty Cents, post free. A treatise on the injurious effects of Tobacco, with lists of references, testimonials, &c, sent free.— Agents wanted. Address Dr. T. R. ABBOTT, Jersey City, N. J. Sold by all Druggists. ja20'G9.4w

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