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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

DIRECTORY . President—Andrew Johnson. Vice-President, pro lent.—Bt-nj. F. Wade Secretary of Stale—William H. Seward. Secretary/Treasury—Hugh McCuHough Secritary of War— J. M. Si-.hofield. Secretary of Naty—Gifleon Wells. Secretary of Interior—0. H. Browning. J'ostmaster-General—A. 1- Randall. Attorney General—War, M. Evarts. STATE. Governor—Inc. W. Geary. Sec'y o/' Convnonirenitji—Frank .Torrtun. Deputy Secretary of CoutmoiiiccaUh—lsuQ.c B. G:,tz,. Auditor General—John F. Hfirt.ranft. Surveyor-General—Jacob M. Campbell. Treasurer—W- W. Irwin. Attorney General—Benj. H. Brewster. Dep'y- Xtt'y General—I. W. M. Newlin. Sup't r>f Vow. Schools—J. P. Wickersham. Dep'i, Sup t of Com. Schools—C.R Coburn. Sup't nf Soldier's Orphan Schools—Geo F. McFarland. COUNTY. President Judge—Charles A. Mayer: .... f John Hosterman Aisociates— { wmiam AIlison; Prothonotary—James H. Lipton. Register &Recorder—J. P. Gephart. Sheriff—J). Z. Kline. Dep'ty Sheriff— D. Woodring. . Diet....

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

T> ELLEFONTE MEAT MARKET BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE PA. The oldest Meat Market in Bellefonte.— Choice meat of ailiinds always on hand. .----.- = -!-r xtT » r*rr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

A HIDDEN WITNESS. It was a breathless moment. I continued to watch, and hardly breathed.— At last, aad when I was becoming' desperate with uncertainly, I saw tomething move again. The tress were parted, and at the same place where the murderer had entered the wood, bearing the body of my old friend, he now re-appeared alone. He stood a moment as if undecided, and then came out, looking behind him first, and then arranging the disturbed boughs as though to make the place look as if no one had passed that way. That done, he stood still for a moment, looking about him as if in search of Something, and then he moved across —how unconscious of the persuer on his track, the telescope following his every step, unseen and unsuspected!—to where at the corner of the meadow there was, as 1 have mentioned, a little pond with pollard willows round about its margin. He stooped and took up some object lying beside the pond. What was it ?—There was something green about it.— Was it old Mr. Ir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

A Chicago Song in London. Steoxg Effect of Musio Ixlustbated by Spectacle. A correspondent gives the following account of the singing of "Father.Come Home," in one of.the music halls in-London: Having reached the hall, we paid an admission fee of a sixpence. There was a very neat stage, with gaudy drop scene, side wing, and a tolerably good orchestra. In the stalls sat the chairman, to keep order over as motley an audience as ever was seen out of the gallery of Victoria Theatre. "Costers" seemed to predominate. Ail appeared plentifully supplied with porter, and all were enjoying their pipes to such an extent as to make the place almost suffocating, for there must have been an audience of nearly five hundred. A nigger "walk around" was just bejng finished, and the shouts of "encore," whistling and stamping of feet, made the hall perfectly bewildering. A name was announced from the chairman, which we could not catch, and amidst clapping of hands and stamping of feet there was ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

A Thirty-Thousand Dollar Job. The head clerk of a large firm in Charlestown promised an old customer, one day, half a bale of Russia duck to be on hand precisely at one o'clock, when the man was to leave town with his goods. The firm were out of duek, and the clerk went over to Boston to buy some. Not rinding a truckman, he hired a man to take it over m his wheelbarrow. Finishing other business, on his return to Charlestown, the clerk found the man not half way over thebridge.sitting on his barrow, half dead with the heat. WhatTTras—to-bw-dcrnerf-It-irao-tlteir half-past twelve, and the goods were promised at once. There was not a momant to loose. In spite of the heat, the dust, and his fine light summer clothes, the young-tman seised the wheelbarrow and pushed on. : Pretty soon a rich merchant, whom the young man knew very well, riding on horseback, overtook him. " What," said he, " Mr Wilder turned truckman?" "Yes," answered the clerk. "The goods are promised at one o'cloc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

OdcliS iaiicl. iSndsi —How tp prevent sea sickness—Keep on shor'e. —A curious contradiotion—the reign of snow. —If industry Ss no more than 'habit, % Is 'at least an excellent one. —The fewer the words th'e better th$ prayen —Everybody knows good counsel except him. who ha'th need of it. —Some one asks '"'Why is a "mouse like aloadofhay? Because the oat'leeat it"-" —When may a man be considered a poor vehicle for expression? When he is a little sulky. - •^Why tee chickens' necks like '4o'6f-. bells? Because they are often wrung for company. , —Why are old maids the most charming o'f people ? Because they are matchless. —Have courage to obey your Maker at the risk 'of being rediouled by main. —TtxahsbelieVe tllat th'e story of th'e cattle plague was a put up thing to reduce the price of their beef. —Men can acquire knowledge', bu't'not wisdom. Some of the greatest fools 'ike world has known have been learned men. —An American gentleman writes from London that common American'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Select Poetry. From the Bedofrd County Press. DUTY OF THE HOUR. BV W. C. HOILAHAN. The storm has subsided—the battle is o'er, The country is rescued from treason and war, Our flag streams at the masthead, all shining and bright, Untarnished by traitors, unscathed by the •fight. Rejoice, O ! America! happy and free, Thy triumph acknowledged, how proud thy degree; Now destined to stand as a great beacon light, The signal of freedom, of virtue, and might.. Call forth to thy people—arouse them—'tis day; The clouds, so portentious, are drirenaway; Go bring forth the anvil, the axe, and the plough, No time so auspicious, and proper as now. Let them throw down their weapons—no longer in need; Let them start up their fact'ries or scatter the seed, No time now to grumble of taxes and rent, Go to work, you may pay tbem whileothers lament. Why meet a just debt with a scoff or a frown If gold has gone up, has'nt treason gone down? 'Tis the priceof our country established, sustained ; What...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

The Failure of Protestanism. C, Oik learned theological friend froin =.Iowa, Michigan and Kentucky, who furnishes political wisdom and pure : -morals for Centre county Democracy, "has last week further ventured into the tideep waters of Politico-Keligious-His-•^orical iPhilosophy. And the astoundmg'discovery he makes is, that one Bev. BW£R,—a etoer evidently filled ji%t& murky water,—who has declared ;3a&rly that the Protestant religion is a 'failure—-is right. Hear the wisdom of &hjs;Watchman: V-'/.^That has been the cause of the "r'<:deeline of the Protestant' religion,let '* those' answer who have prostituted "it to all manner of secular uses and "abuses. For years the Protestant " religion has been made the sustaining pillar in the fabric of politics.— "Not only in our own country, but "throughout the world, it has been "prostituted from its original high "aim to the uses of politicians, as a " stepping stone to power and place. "In England P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

"Brick" Pomeroy Unmasked—"When Rogues fall out, &c." A few weeks ago, the Assistant Editor of the Watchman announced, with a flourish of trumpets, and a great deal of ipodesty, that he had written a book entitled "Brick Pomeroy Unmasked." - : ' "Oh that mine enemy had written a book" said Job. So Brick Pomeroy prayed; but the prayers of-the wicked are not heard. For this we have the best of authority. So"Brick" only succeeded in'gettingabout half the manuscript of a book; and, according to his own statement, itwas very trashy stuff. So much so, that he published it and offered it to the public at the very low price of six cents per copy. But we will let " Brick tell his.own story; not because we care anything about the book, its subject matter, or its author; but on account of some of the nice little exposures of the Democratic Bondholders, "such as the; "World newspaper clique," Belmost. Gov. Hoffman & Co., who, according to Brick Pomeroy, must be a very corru...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Short extracts from the Watchman of last week. First: " ' Booty and Beauty- '—" Lord " Packingham fired the hearts of his "soldiery at New Orleans with the "promise of'booty and beauty.-' An " Army made up of the same mate"rial—Yankee tories, New England " thieves and Hessians, Englishmen "and adventurers,succeeded in later "years, under the Stars and Stripes, •'and Butler and Banks, in revel" ing in what Packingham failed to " secure for his.vagabonds—" Which.is not complimentary to the fair daughters of Louisiana Democrats. The remarks about our soldiers are characteristic of the Watch man, but not new. You have said those things so. often; cannot you think of something else ? The few soldiers'who have been enticed by petty office to your ranks, and the few who are kept there by empty cainplimenta, and old prejudices, are flattered by your good opinion of.their services to the country. They can see easily why you favor their nominations for offices where there is ho.possible c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Thanks.—Our thanks are due Hon. P. G. Meek, of the State" Legislature, for valuable public documents. Hon. Jno. H. Stover, of the National Congress, will also receive our thanks for valuable documents. ¦ - ¦¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

That Banner.—Our friends from Liberty tp. are anxious to know .what has become of the Banner that was to be presented to the tp. making the largest trains in the last election over that of 1866 ? We are not booked on this question and cannot answer. We do know that Philipsburg,Howard tp., and we think Ferguson tp., were competitors for the Flag. Who got it, ' or who will get it, we are not able to say. If it has not been decided, we think it should have been before this time. Delays are said to be dangerous, we know that they are always unpleasant. If not already presented, wc suggest that it be done on the 22nd of February. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Questions and Answers Now that there is no political excitement to. divert the minds of the people from the truth of history, we propose to submit, for the considera tion of honest, thinking men everywhere, the. following questions and answers, confident that no man can gainsay or contradict them: - Q. Who ruled in Pennsylvania from 1790to.'S54? A. The Democratic party. Q. What was the amount of debt imposed upon the State by the Democratic party? A. Forty-one millions of dollars. Q. Who reduced- this enormous Democratic State debt, since 1854, till it is now less than Thirty-two millions of dollars? A. The Union Republican party. Q. Why did the people ignore the Democratic party ? A. Because it proved false to the teachings of the fathers, false to the Union, false to the people, to liberty and human rights. Q. Where did the evidence of this betrayal of principle become so manifest, that tens of thousands of people, and all the consciencious and christian leaders forsook th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Grant, Colfax and the Colored Delegates. On the morning of the 19th the committee of the Colored Men's National Convention recently in session in Washington, called upon General Grant by appointment. It consisted of John M. Langton, Ohio ; Robert Purvis, Pennsylvania; George T. Downing, Rhode Island; William E: Mathews, Maryland ; Alex. Clark, Iowa; 0. L. C. Hughes, Pennsylvania ; A. M. Green Pennsylvania, and O. S. B. Will, Ohio, Mr. Langton, chairman of the committee, addressed Gen. Grant as follows: "In the name of four millions of American citizens; in the name of seven hundred thousand electors of African descent.who have braved threat, who have defied intimidation, whose members have been reduced by.assas* sination and murder in their efforts in the exercise of a franchise guaranteed by American law to every one clothed in the full livery of Araericanmizenship, to secure in the late Presidential canvass the election of the nominee of the National Republican party to the hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

-The Watchman devotes a large portion of its space to a systematic defamation and libelling of prominent Republicans: This has long been a favorite weapon in modern Democratic warfare. Amongst others, Carl SchurZ, Senator elect from Missouri is denounced as an Infidel. How little or how milch truth there may be in the charge; we know not. Its being made by this newspaper is strong presumptive, evidence that it is false. But this an old game. Prejudice the minds of the people'against men, or they will listen to their arguments and may find out their force and truthfulness, has long been a Democratic method of keeping their followers on the paths that lead to public ruin. We hold that a man's religious belief is his matter,and that his accountability for it, is to God and not man. In political life and civil government we have nothing to do with religious ¦ opinions, but only with the character of men's acts in public life and their views in reference to public policy. Jefferson w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

. The Watchman insists, that Abraham Lincoln is in hall. How does the Editor know.? Has he accurate, dispatches from his friends in that delightful region ? We hope -it., is .not true,, for copperheads and rebels worried, the old man enough in this life before they murdered him, to entitle him to be saved the torture -of passing an eternity in their company. If the majority rules down there,there'll be no show for a Republican togtt even a X Roads Post Office. We hope Sierolf's dispatches are false.— Probably the devil is trying to make him believe that there is a chance of his.sometime getting into good company. Don't let him fool you that way, Alfred; he is a desateful ould Imp\ ' . We'would just here suggest the following very beautiful and peculiarlyappropriate lines for the Editors of the Watchman t o repeat €ach morning and evening :. ¦ ' . "And are -we rebels still alive, And'do" we still rebel, - 0, ie it not amazing Grace -• That we are not in hell.' *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

NEW ADVERTIREMNETS rvELLEEOiSTtE ACADEMY. A CLASSICAL SOHOOT. FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN 4 YOUNG LADIES. Next Tertri coaiaicncB.s onJTharsdjiy Febiu-., . .ary, 4th. The design of this Institution is to furnish thorough instruction* in the Elementary Higher English Studies, Mathematics, Book-Keoping, Ancient and Modern Languages, and in . al 1 the branches of a complete Academic course-Special attention is given to Instrumental and Vooal Music- The latter is taught to all the pupils without extra charge. Male pupils from abroad board in the School Building, under the supervision of the Teachers. A limited number of Young L;idv pupils is received into the iimneditue family of the Principal. EVERY NECESSARY ATTENTION is g iven to the health, comfort, and moral and intellectual improvement of tho pupils For further particulars, Ad ress, Bev. J. P. HUGHES, ia2!"69.tf. Principal.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

rjTJSH'S HALL, WEDNESDAY EVE. FEBRUARY 3d Return of the celebrated and original PEAK FAMILY SWISS BELL RINGERS Vocalists, Harpist?, Pianists and Commediaus, assisted by the following celebrated artists, MISS KATIE HUTCHINSON, Queen of Song A. J. WHITCOMB, Solo Harpist. WM. DAVAKE and CHAS. SHEPPAKD. Admission 35 Cents, Children 25' Cen ts, Bosorved Seats, 50 Cents. Private Box;s, containing six persons, $3,00. The Peak Family hav no connection with any other troupe styling themselves Bell Ringers. ja27'69,lt. .,.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

JH. TOLBERT, AUCTIONEER. . Would respectfully inform the citizens of Nittany Valley in particular, and the people of Centre county in general, that he has taken out a license and holds himself in readiness to cry Vendues, Auctions, or other sales, at all times, and at allplacea with in the limits of ' Centre and Clinton counties. Charges reasonable. . ja3?'69.1y. HORSE FOR SALE.—Any person wish ing to purchase a good driving or riding horse, can be accommodated by culling at this office. The horse is good and safe. The purchaser ean have his choice of two, a maro or horse.- Also a t:ood cow for sale.— For particulars, cull at the ofBeeof the .jaatl-et) if- "REPUBLICAN." / lENTHE CQUKTY AGRICULTURAL Ij SOCIETY—-The resulsw quarterly meeting of the Society wiU he held it* the Court ifiiuae. on Monday, January 25th, '89, at T oAslook B, M, A peni^n 1 a.«emd»rie» is requested. VfM. HAMJL.TON, ja20'8fl,it, Sevfy, GEORGE.»,BARKIS, U-i>., Physician and Surgeon ; Pension Surg...

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