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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

The Number Seven This number is freqently used in the Bible On the 7th day God ended his work, the 7th month Noah's ark touched the ground, and in 7 days a dove was sent out. Abrahan pleaded 7 times for Sodom, Jacob erved 7 years for Rachel, mourned 7 da s for Joseph, and was pursued a 7 day's journey by Laban. A plenty of 7 years, and a famine of 7 years were foretold in Pharoah's dream, by 7 fat and 7 lean beasts, aud 7 years of full and 7 ears of blasted corn. On the 7th day of the 7th month the children of Israel fasted 7 days, and remained 7 days in tents. Every 7 years the land rested; every 7th year all bondmen were free, and the law was read to the people. In the destruction of Jericho, 7 priests bore 7 trumpets 7 days; and on the 7th day they surrounded the walls 7 times; and at the 7th round the wall fell. Solomon was 7 years building the temple, and feasted 7 days at the dedication. In the tabernacle were 7 lamps, and the golden candlestick had 7 branches. Naman w...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Spunky Sally Ann. The Stanford Advocate contains tire following spirited' advertisment: To the Public—Whereas, my husband Edward H. Jones, has falsely advertised that I have' left his bed and board, and that he Will pay no debts of my c6ntraoting,&6., this is to inform the public that the aforesaid Edward H, Jones, has neither bed nor board for me toleave,'he having been living at the expense of my father—and further under, pretence of procuring money to pay his way to Birmingham, Conn., he borrowed a dollar of my father, and with that paid for this lying advertisement against me, and even after that dastardly act, he took all the money I had, and borrowed every cent in my mothers possession and left the town. For the past three months he has been kept from nakedness and starvation by the exertions of myself and relatives, he squandered in dissipation all the money his inborn laziness would allow him to earn. The scamp need not have advertised that he would pay no de...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Of President Lincoln, Thaddeus Stevens said :—" He was eminently a frank man. He enee rated me soundly for a speech I made on the conduct of the war, saying I was too fast, and would ruin all. I, of course, thought him too slow, and we had a pretty hot discussion. About a year later he sent for mo,' and I went to him. It was a hot day, and he was lying about on sofas and chairs, ia a disjointed way he had. I knew him by the fragments, and so was able to reconstruct him. " Mr. Stevens," he said, " I have just been reading a speech of yours," " I am flattered, Mr. President," " but I am not aware that I have made any speeek lately." "I know it," he answred, "but this is a speech you made last year—the one I scolded you about, you remember ?" "Oh, yes. Mr. President," said I, "one don't easily forget your scoldings. I remember perfectly." " Well, Mr. Stevens, you were right and I was wrong."

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Unravelling.—A man coming home late one night, a little more than " half seas over," feeling thirsty, procured a glass of water and drank it. In doing so, he swallowed a small ballof silk that lay in the bottom of the tumbler, the end catching in his teeth. Feeling something in his mouth, and not knowing what it was, he began pulling at the end, and, the little ball unrolling, he soon had several feet in his hands, and still no end, apparently. Terrified, he shouted, at the top of his voiee, "Wife I wife J come here! I'munraveiling 1" An Illinois paper contains the following undertaker's advertisement, which ia a novelty in that class of literature: "This is the way I long have sought. And mourned because I found it not." Undertaking in all its branches—Ready made coffins—Good Hearse in attendant ("Lay onMacDuff!") (Opposite the hay scales.) John Smite. A lawyer on his death bed willed all his property to a lunatic asylum, stating as his reason for so doing that he wished his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

"GOOO-BY, OLD ARM!" A Hospital Incident. BY GEORGE COOPER. Tho knife was still—the surgeon bote Tho shattered arm away; Upon his bod, in painless sleep, Tho noble hero lay. Ho woke, but saw tho vacant place Where limb of his had lain, Then faintly spoke: " O let me sco My strong right arm again! " Good-by, old arm !" the soldier said, As he clasped the fingers cold ; And do-?n his pale but manly cheeks Tho tear-drops gently rolled ; '• My strong right arm, no deed of yours Now gives me cause to sigh ; But, it's hard to part such trusty friends—Good-by, old arm! good-by ! " You've served me well these many years, In sunlight and in shade; But, comrade, we have done with war-Let dreams of glory fade. You'll never more my saber swing In battle fierce and hot; You'll never bear another flag, Or fire another shot. " I do not mourn to lose you now, For home and native land; Oh! proud am I to give my mite For freedom pure and grand! Thank God! no selfish thought is mine, While here I ble...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

To the Public In presenting the Bellefonte Republican to the reading community of Central Pennsylvania, there is nothing we can say that will afford any criterion of its future. It must speak for itself. It must win by merit, or fail for the need of it. It comes to you for this first time with no extravagant promise, nor with any affected self-depreciation. Look at, read and judge it as it is, and let its future be decided in like manner. We mean] to try to make it an avenue of useful information, an advocate of genuinely liberal views of men and of things, an energetic vindicator of true Republicanism. We shall not lag behind the column of Freedom in its march to the great consummation, which was seen by a vision truly prophetic, when Jefferson laid deep the broad foundation of civil liberty in the now almost fully realized idea, a Government "deriving its just powers from the consent of the governed," and where all men should '-he held as "created equal." The Republican has ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

N O T I CE 'We sand out this week a copy of our paper to a number of our friends and acquaintances who, as yet, have not become subscribers, with the hope that they will read it and subscribe for it. If you do not wish to subscribe, you need not return the paper to this office, as we will not continue to send it more than once or twice, unless you become a subscriber, and notify us accordingly. Wtf have been too busily engaged in getting' our office in order, and the material for the publication of our paper, to visit the townships, and to call personally upon our Republican friends. We may do so hereafter; but we request you not to wait for this. With the paper we send you a Prospectus upon which we hope you will write your own name, and get the names of as many of your neighbors, as you can conveniently, and send them to us without delay, and thus aid in the support of our enterprise, and in the dissemination of Republican prinples.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

The Watchman of last week, noticing a Southern literary Magazine, entitled "The Land we Love," speaks of its Editor, the rebel Gen. D. H. Hill, as "the gallant North Carolina leader "in the late war between the States," andiidds: "That he wields a pen as "powerful as his sword was gallant," Have anvof the readers of the Watchman ever seen that much in its columns in praise of any of the gallant Union Generals who did so much to prevent a few States and Gen. Hill from destroying the Government? A war between the States is a new idea, based, we suppose, upon Calhoun's doctrine of States Rights. It will not do, Mr. Meek. Gen. Grant, and the gallant Boys in Blue, exploded that idea. It was a war against the Government,commenced by the Southern "States" to perpetuate slavery, but they failed. They were all Democrats, nt that.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

U. S. Senator The election for U S. Senator will be held on the 19th inst. The friends of the different candidates are busily at work. We hope Afl able Statesman, and a sound -Projective Tariff man may be elected.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Republicans, Shall it be so? We clip the following from the Windmill, on Allegheny street, of the lstinst: "After the 6th inst., Cen"tre county will have six papers; and "the Watchman will have a larger "circulation than the other five combined." As our paper is included in the above, we take the liberty of saying that we do not believe a word of it. The other papers can speak for themselves. One thing we do know, that the Bellefonte Republican has a larger list of subscribers in our beautiful "city," than any other paper published in it, by at lest 70. Moreover, we have reason to hope that before six months, our list will be one-third larger than the Watchman. At the election, last October, there were polled 3,417 Republican votes; enough to have carried the county, had it not been for Democratic pipe-laying, and Wallace coffeepots. Readers, think of it! Three thousand four hundred and seventeen Republican votes polled in this county, and yet not more than 1,000 have been s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Free Banks.—We agree with the Editor of the Philad'a Press in the statement that no scheme of financial reconstruction can be perfect and permanent that does not include a plan of free banking; and Congress should understand that the people favor such a plan, not only for its intrinsic justice, but because it will equalize the currancy, open to competition the large profits of banking, and prevent the export of gold. It seems to ns that with this feature added to Senator Morton's bill, that measure would be almost unassailable.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

We will commence, in a few weeks, the publication of a history of the 49th Penn' a Vol., prepared by A B. Hutchison, one of the Editors of this paper, assisted by some two or three of the Regiment, who have journals of the events transpiring. As the regiment served throughout the entire' war in Virginia, it is expected that this history of one regiment may be found to be of general interest to all who shared their service, and to the public generally. THEjuryinthe Hill murder case, after being out 25 minutes, rendered a verdict of murder in the first degree. We presume the jury are right, as juri m are not apt to convict of murder when there is the least doubt of guilt, and we infer that Twitchell will be hanged, as he ought to be, i. e., if anybody ought to be hanged. CoNTEMPTiBLE-The balderdash and low, despicable falsehoods in relation to Senator Morton, Gen. Butler and Gov. Brownlow, in the last number of the Watehman. We wonder why Democrats, claiming to be decent men, co...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

General Sherman a Prophet Five years ago, or at the end of December, 1863, when the war was raging in a discouraging manner, and the prospects of its triumphant close were anything but brilliant, General Sherman made a memorable prophecy about the part that General Grant would be called upon to take in the work of reconstruction, and in the re storation of the country to peace and prosperity, after the close of hostilities. To Gen. Grant these words were written by Gen. Sherman: " Your reputation as a General is now far above that of any man living, and partizans will manoeuvre for your influence; but, if you can escape them, as you have hitherto done, you will be more powerful for good than it is possible to measure. You said that you were surprised at my assertion on this point, but I repeat that, from what 1 have seen and heard here, I am more and more convinced of the truth of what I told you. Do as you have heretofore dene; preserve a plain military character, and let o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Editorial Items. —In Kentucky, fashionable ladies indulge in fox hunting. —In town—A few specimens of the "Grecian Bend." —The Ku Klux are still making trouble in Arkansas. —The Mormons propose to cultivate oysters in Salt Lake. —Hudson, N. Y., has produced a hog of 1500 pound weight. —It is said to be thought dishonorable, in England, to lecture for pay. —An Arizona farmer wants to sell a small farm of 1,500,000 acres. —The Duches de Moray's jewels were recently sold in Pans, for §110,-000 in gold. —An ox weighing 4,000 pounds is to be served up at Gen. Grant's inauguration dinner at Washington. —Dr. Johnson used to say "He who waits to do a great deal of good at once will never do any." —The King of Sweden has announced that hereafter no capital execution shall take place in his kingdom. —Nearly fourteen million dollars in gold have been derived, within one year, from the sale of ecclesiastical property in Italy. —Senator Drake has written a liter to a member of the Missou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

Popular Vote for President. Slate. Grant. Seymour Alahama , 76366 72086 Arkansas [estimated] 30000 27000 California 54582 54078 Connecticut ....50441 " 47600 Delaware 9:23 10080 Florida [Electors chosen by .Legislature,].... 57134 102822 Illinois 250293 199143 Indiana 176552 166980 Iowa 120390 74040 Kansas 31049 14010 .Kentucky 39563 115889 Louisana 24263 80225 Maine 70426 42396 Maryland 30438 62357 Massachnsetts 136477 59498 Michigan 128550 07069 Minnesota 43542 2S072 Mississippi [no Tote] " Missouri [estimated] S3000 63000 Nebraska 9629 5439 Nevada 10000 8600 New-Hampshire 38191 31224 New-Jersey 80J21 83001 New-York 419883 529893 North Carolina 96226 84000 Ohio 280128 238700 Oregon [estimated] 10900 11000 Pennsylvania 342270 313380 Bhode Island 12993 6548 South Carolina -. 62801 45231 Tennessee 56688 25277 Texas [no vote.]. Vermont 44167 12044 Virginia [no vote.] ¦ West Virginia 29025 20306 Wisconsin 108857 84710 Total 3,021,400 2,716,606 Grant's maj., 304,794. Lincoln's...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

AN EPITAPH, IN MEMORY OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. Died November 3d, 1868. In the early years of the Republic It was the Representative - of Democratic Ideas. The Advdcate of Popular Progress, The Friend of Freedom, The Exponent of Constitutional Law, and THE QREAT DEFENDER Of UNION, PERPETUAL, SACKED AND INVIOLATH, between the American People. thomab Jefferson, The Apostle of the Democratic Faith, "Wrote the Immortal Doctrines of its Early Creed in The Declaration of Independence, in the affirmation that All men are Created Equal, and are endowed by their Creator With certain Inalienable Bights, - Among which are Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness, and Reaffirmed it in the Prophetic Warning: " I tremble for my Country when I remember that God is Just." In its maturer years, THIS PARTY, Flushed with the long possession-of Power, Becoming Corrupt with the Patronage of Office, • Forsook its Principles, Breathed the infected atmosphereof Treason, Inscribed "Slavery" as the leg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. T lTINGSTON'S BOOK STORE. (Established in 1845.) At this weU known Establishment may be found everything in the " BOOK LINE," whether THEOLGICAL, CLSSICAL, LAW, SCIENTIFIC or LITERARY. An Extensive assortment of family Bibles, wither without Photographic Plates, ranging in price from $3,75, to $25. ALSO, all the Day and Sundry School Books in general use. Blank Books, Legal Blanks, and all kinds of Stationery, 4c. Prompt attention given to orders. A liberal discount made to those who buy to sell again. GEO. LIVINGSTON. ja6'f9.1y.] Bellefonte, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

T>OOT A SHOE MANUFACTORY.— The undersigned respectfully informs: t'ie citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, that he has established a first class BOOT AND SHOE MANUFACTORY, next door to Morgan's Meat Market, on the northwest side of the diamond, where he will be pleased at ail times to wait upon customers. He being an EXPERIENCED WORKMAN, customers can rest assured that no pains will be spared to render complete satisfaction. Gentlemen, ladies, misses and yeuth can be accommodated with the best Boots; Shoos, G Piters, Slippers, <fcc, Ac, manufactured from the best stock, and in the latest styles. Repairing of all kinds promptly attended to. ja6'69.1y. PETER MoMAHON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

T>ISO'S CURE FOR CONSUMPTION. That the Science of Medicine has reached a period of its history, when it may be said that CONSUMPTION can be cured, is a most gratifying.although unlooked-forevent. PISO'S CURE FOR CONSUMTION, is a justly celebrated medicine.- It is prepared by Hazelton A Co., Warren, Pa. It is for sale Wholesale and Retail. HIRAM LUCAS & BRO, Howardville, Centre Co., Pa. Agents for Centre county.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 6 January 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. A NOTHER NEW STORE. EMIL JOSE t'H A CO., ALLEGHENY ST (-McBride's Building,) BELLEFOFTE, PENN'A. CHEAP NEW YORK STORE COME ONE ! COME ALL !! SEE HO W CHEAP WE CAN SELL DRY GOODS, " DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, mnn,mt„ NOTIONS, CLOTHING, CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS FURNISHING GOODS FOR LADIES A GENTS, FOR LADIES A GENTS, FURS, FURS, COVERLETS, COVERLETS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, WATCHES, ¦ WATCHES, JEWELRY, JEWELRY, SILVER-PLATED WARE, SILVER-PLATED WARE, all of which we warrant, and at city prices. A FIRST CLASS WATCH MAKER constantly on hand, and all work warranted. A liberal discount to tho trade. Give u: a call. ja6'69.1y. HQQQ REWARD I!! ZIMMERMAN BRO'S. & CO., (No. 2, Bush's Arcade,) BELLEFONTE, PENN'A., OFFER the above reward for the apprehension and conviction of the man who says "IT IS A HUMBUG" THAT A DOLLAR SAVED IN BUYING GOODS is better thah a DOLLAR WORKED FOR. WE have the evidence each day of numbers who purchase of us after having ...

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