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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Odds and Ends. -—The world knows more of God by its wisdom, than by its folly. —A revenue cutter, is the man who dose not pay his income tax. —Why is coffee like sn axe with a dull edge? Because it requires grinding. —Why is a tread mill like a true convert ? Because its turning is the result of a man's conviction. —Did you ever see a woman who had to be told of her beauty before she was aware of it herself. —Ob dear? I had a bad spell last night,' said an old lady to her son.— "You are old enough to spell well, and read too," was the can! reply. —A man being asked,' as he lay sunning himself in tbe grass, what was tbe height of-bisambillion, replied: To marry a rich widow with a bad cough." —What is the difference between a legal document and a cat ? One has pauses at the end of its clauses, and the othher has claws-es at theend of its paws'es. —An unmarried lady on this side of fifty, hearing of tbe marriage of a young friend.observed.with a deep sigh—'•Well, as soon as the in...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Speech of General Carl Schufz. W- give below an extract from the speech of.General Carl Sohurz, made before the General Assembly of Missouri on receiving the official annonncemnet of his el' ction as United-States S.nator: "Inorder to arrive at a permanent basis, we mu-1 endeavor to close up tbe distracting agitations which have sprung' from our civil conflict; The body politic needs rest, but it can and will have no undisturbed repose as long as there are classes of men that have to struggle for their rights. Our Democratic system of government can stand with security only upon the foundation of impartial justice and rights equal to all. [Applause ]. It is not in consideration of the loyalty of the negro rlone that we strive lo extend tbe right of suffrage to the colored people. It is our interest no less than theirs; it is the general interest of society,which demands that the laboring man,whatever his race or color, should possess the political rights wherewith to defend his fr...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

A Woman lately looking at a press, on which tbe Sanfrancisco Free Frees was being printed, looked up in tbe face of b,r male eompanion, and in the most earnest manner inquired, "Arrah, Tim 1 an' them's the things as writes the papers? Be's ihem tbe things they call idaters? Holy Mother of Moses! does tbe Yankees lie, abuse and blackguard aitoh other bymaohinery ?"

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Wanted—Young Men. It is said that the market is overstocked with men seeking employment, and y«t there is. always a demand for intelligent,, reliable and. energetic men to fill places of trust and position. But they must be members, Bofj only of[ the genus •Ao'titd/' but of the species "vtr; ' for such, there are always open places waiting to be filled. Who are the men that are needed in this world ? Young men that will bear burdens. We have enough znullen stalks, we want oak trees. We have enough mushroons, we want timber. We have enough men that are willing to do any; thing for the sake of getting along, buj what are they worth 1 They are bridges for men to walk over. They ar.e, tools.— Men use them like sand-paper, to scour with, and then throw them d,own end trample them under foot. A young man that does not know how to say «.' No;" a young man that has not power to resist the cup when it is presented to him—what is he but a poor miserable washcloth, but a rag, dishonored, and...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

WHKt Abraham Lincoln was. a lawyer in Illinois, he and the Judge once got to bantering T>ne ^ another epout trading horses, and it was agreed that the next morning at 9 o'clock, they should make a trade, the horses to be unseen until that hour, and no backing out, under a forfeit of $25. At the hour appointed, the Judge came up, leading tbe sorriest looking horse ever seen in those parts. In a few minutes Mr. Lincoln- was seen approaching with a wooden taw horse on his shoulder. Great were the shouts and laughter of the crowd, and both were greatly increased, when Mr. Lincoln, on surveying the Judge's animal, set down his saw horse, and exclaimed, •• Well, Judge, this is the first time I ever got tbe worstof it in ahorse trade."

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

An editor of a paper informed bis readers that the ladies always pull off the left stocking last. This, as may be supposed, created some stir among the fair readers, and while in positive terms they denied the statement,'they insisted that he had no business to know it, even if such were the fact, and pronounced him no gentleman. He proves it, however, by a short argument: "When one stocking is pulled off there is another left on; pulling off this is taking the left stocking off last. Pokic—One of the b'hoys indites the following to his lady love: And when the reverend sire shall say, ••My son, take thou this daughter? I'd answer him in fearless tone, ^ »I shan't do nothin' shorter ' - _ Will you my son, support and nourish This flower I give to thee I I'd «ive my white'kid gloves a flourish, .?And»n»wer>"Yes. Sir-ee!" An Indian complained to a rumseller that the price of his liquor was too high. The latter, in justification said it cost as much to keep a hogshead of br...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

DIRECTORY. CHITED STATES. Pretident—Andrew J-ihnson. Vice Pretident. prn tern.—Booj. F. Waiie. Secret'iry of State—William H. bewaHSezrctaryiif Trenmry—Hugh McCulIougb. Secretary •>/ War -J. M. Schofield. Secretary of Navy—Gideon Wells. Secretary of Interior—O. H. Browning. Pattmatter-Gcncral—A. h K»n<lall. Attorney General—Wm. M. Evarts. STATU. Goremor—Jno. W. Geary. Aec'y o/ Commonwealth—Frank .Tordnn. Deputy Secretary of Commonwealth—Isaac B- Gara. Auditor General—John F Hartranft. Surveyor-General—Jacob M. Campbell. Treaeurer— W- W. Irwin. Attorney General—Benj. H. Brewster. Vep'y-iti'y General—.1. W. M. Newlin. Snp't of Com. ; eiooU—J. P. Wickersham. Dcp'i, Snp tof ¦ am.Schooi»—C.B.Coburn. Sup't of Soldier'* Orphan SchooU—Geo. F. McFarland. COONTT. Pretident Judge—Charles A. Mayer: .... f John Hosterman, Anocate. 1 WiI1Iam Allison, Prothonotary—James H. Lipton. Begitter &Recorder—J. P. Gephart. Sheriff—V. Z. Kline. Dep'ty Sheriff—D Woodring. Diet. Att'y—...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

PROFESSIONAL CA^DS. T G-. LOVE, : ~ . fj m Attorney-at'Law, Belle fonte, Pa. Ofiicc on High St. ja6*69.y JAMBS H. RASKIN, Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Armory building, 2nd floor. ja6'691y. SAMUBL I.INJT. A. O. POR8T. LINS & FURST, Attorneys at-Law. Bellefonte, Pa. ja6'69.tf. EDSIU.NI> BLANCHARD EVAS M.-BL.\Nf. 'HARD. E* E. M. BLANCHARD, . Attorneys at-L w, Allegheny St., Bellefonte, Pa. ja6*69.ly. II N. MCALLISTER. JA5[E8 A. BEAVKB. M'ALLISTER i. BEAVER, Attorneysat-Law, Bellefonte j6'69 ly oeueionie ¦ j t Penn'a. « reuu a. «« «» ». WW. BROWN, Attorney-at Law Bellefonte, Penn'a.. will attend promptly to all business entrusted tu h;s care e. c. nuMES, Pret't. J. p. HARRIS, Cath'r. IjUKST NATIONAL BANK ' Of Bellefonte. Allegheny St., Bellefonte Pa. j«Hif h. orvis. - crnns t. alkiandkb. ORVIS * ALEXANDER. Attirneys-at-Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Conr-d House, Allegheny ft. . jaB'nS.ly. U RIAH STOVER, Iiicensed Autioneer, will attend to all sales...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Home-Industry. - The question of home industry is one that interests every citizen'-"of-"Pennsylvania. -It is a. question that every voter should fully understand. In consequence, of the late rebellion we have been unable to secure as high a tariff,as-the country and the laboring interests demand; but our present rates are,much. better than under- the freetrade -i>emoeratic tariff of 1846. -. The people-of Central Pennsylvania will not soon forget the terrible panic and hard tim'e's-sf 1857;'growing out of the free tralde; policy of the Democratic party. Under-the-workings of that tariff dictated,;and forced upon the country by the Democratic lords of the lash—Southern nabobs—who advocated the doctrine that capital " should own its' laboTj'/'black or white, and acquiesced in by their supple tools—tools of all work, dirty, or clean—the Democratic leaders of the North, all the furnaces, forges, 'rolling mills, wire mills, nail factories,' .woolen mills., cotton mills, and man...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Financial Abuses It is reported by Secretary M'Culloch that the Government has since 1860, realized $298,782,329 of currency, by the secret sales of gold ; $117-814747, by the. secret sales of 7-30 bonds; $454,724,096 by similar sales of 5-20s ;• $;63,940,s60 from l0-40s ; making a total of $1,035*261,982, as the gross secret operations of. the Government, besides $958,342,900, part of which were secret and part open transactions. This shows the extent to which the .Secretary had been manipulating the market. On these immense sums the commissions to brokers have been literally thrown away, since they might have been saved by properly advertising and selling directly from the Treasury. .Ofall the $3,062,450,379 negotiated -during the past few years, only about $1,000,060,000 have :been done as a bus'meES man would have managed, to-wit, by inviting the best proposals for taking the loans. Beside, the plan that has been pursued has opened a wide door for official peculation jjl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Money k becoming easier in the 9 cities.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

^7 ¦•• Hon. Mathew Hale Carpenter - .The Wisconsin"Iiegislatftre,largely Republican, has done honor tev itself and to the State,,by electing to,the.U.. S. Senate, M. H. Carpenter. Mr. .pAKPEXTEK-is a first class lawyer,..hav-, ing few, if any, superiors among the eminent men who stand foremost for legal accumen and forensic eloquence in the Supreme Court of the United States. He is a fine classical scholar and possesses a mind stored as well with rich literary acquisitions, as with a .'knowledge of political science and governmental -affairs so necessary to. make a member of Congress prominent and useful. 'Our readers can form a pretty correct idea of the.,man, and what his course in the Senate will be from the following extract from his speech in response to the announcement of his . election. We commend it to the Democrats 'of1 Central Pennsylvania, and requesttihcm-.to give the extract a thoughtful and careful reading. It contains as much pure, unadulterated Democracy, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

The Democrats are making feeble efibrtsjto have.the people.believe that to remedy things at Harrisburg they must be restored to power. This would be going from bad to worse. Nobody is going to be deceived. This is a matter wholly within the Republican household. The Republican party all over the State is vindicating its honor and its claim to be trusted, by promptly repudiating the extravagance and corruption of the sixty-one men in the House of]Representatives at Harrisburg. The Senate has done so by refusing to sanction the act which has brought them so conspicuously in review before the people. Let Republicans everywhere, while purging the party of this great scandal, demand of the Senate to stand firm. And we will'thusshow to the Democrats that in attempting to convince the people that a remedy is to be found only in restoring them to power,, they will have their labor for their pains. The Republican party of Pennsylvania will show the people that it is able to correct its own...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

The "Greenest" Yet,—The Meadville correspondent of the Titusville Eerald is responsible for the truth of the following: A ludicrous case of'verdancy occured at the McHenry House a few weeks ago, as follows; A couple'from Oakland came to town, got married in the evening, proceeded to the hotel,-, an'dat a late hour were"found in' the sitting room by one of the colored waiters.. The newly made Benedict asked--.the gentleman of color "bow soon their bed would be brought in.'' 'Sambo' politely responded by informing him that -if he Wished a room he must-register his name, when the clerk would assign him. one. He accordingly repaired to the office and inscribed his .name and the maiden name of his wife, below it. Insisting upon Having a room, together, the clerk inquired if he and the lady were married, when he replied in the affirmative, and pulled from his pocket the marriage certificate! The question of' legality being settled, the happy pair were conducted to an apartment. An hou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

% ifditorii? and News Items. M i-{ fc-i tit: - fSj V: v U JS^In^uffalo, from Jul|l20 "to February 1, tiax was; paid onjgwhisky to the'ampuniLof $280,000#^ B^.Rev. Father Peters, pastor of Trinity Church, Detroit, died Saturday morning of small-pox. ...... 8©»Ex-Governor Hubbard,; of Maine died suddenly on Saturday of heart disease. J8g?*Recorder Hackett, of new York sentenced James Roll and Frederick Baden to ten years each'in' the State prison for arson.. _: ggg-The alarm at Fishkill, New York, over the cattle disease has subsided. The cattle proved to have been poisoned. . . ~ jfjgs£°Mr. Grow's injuries by the accident on the Lackawanna arid Blpomsburg Railroad on Friday were not1 sen ious. _'--S@*Mrs. Leonard, an insane woman, confined in jail at Flint, Mich., sether clothes on fire Friday night, and was. burned to death. ;.' B@=The billiard manufactory of Kayannaugh &.-Decker, on Centre street. New York, took fire. Saturday night and their stock was : damaged $15,0...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Conditiom of Arkansas.—It is officially stated that in Arkansas, du^ ring the three months preceding.'the calling .out of the militia,^there were received at the Governor's headquarters authentic- accounts-', of over two hundred different murders perpetrated with impunity in that State','and very many of the most fiendish outrages ; but during the forty days wjrich have passed since martial law was declared, but one single murder aiitl not a single' outrage has been 'h'eaf d.'bf in that State. '' ' •' -'":"' '''''' Wealth of Pennsylvania.—The Executive" Council of the; Philadelphia Board of Trade estimate'the "product in money, of the coal; iron and oil of this State, for the last;year. at $195;'- 000,000. This is a greater su'mT:than is produced by all the gold-bearing States and Territories, and.ye#ifis the yield of only the mineral product of the State, leaying-thevasi agricultural and other sources of.her wealth out of view. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

NEW ADYERTISEMNETstf" T ' HIS NEW YORK TRIBUNE FOR1S69 ¦ - ¦ .'¦-- ..- - -;.-:i».t ¦ With id ths last eight years oqr qoujitry bastiiuinpBantly passed through tlje'gr'ayeit and most trying perils whiclf'-liiv'o confronted her over since her Independence was acknowledged. She. has vindicated.be.-yorid appeal her right to be* regarded asjriti mere'confederacy or leagiie of jealous; "Virvious, discordant.Estates,..but-as.-su,bs^in-. tially and permanently a Nation, wherein ¦ the pretensions ot* nV part "can' te 'a'duiftte"it' orupheld in opposition to the' integrity,".the paramount authority, of Qne.,Republie. i ^ , „ The rigbt of each man,' by'virtue of "his birth or naturalization, as - a "citizSri' of'lihe' United States,, to the fjull enjojuwrrte-tpf " life, liberty, and the pursuit ot happiness,", until he shall forfeit the right bycrimV,"'is also established on impregnable t'oundattoiis.' Our fathers proelmmed it in justifying their separation from Great Britain,; it was ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

THE SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE .is published every Tuesday and Friday; and contains all the editorial rrticles, not mere: ly local in charscter; literary review's and art criticisms ; letters from a large corps!of foreign and domestic correspondents;. spec? ial and Associated Press telegraphic. dispatches ; a careful and complete summary of foreign and domestic news; exclusive reports or the proceedings, of the Farmers. Club of the American Institute; talks about fruit and other horticulture) and agricultural i'nlorraution ;. stock, financial, cattle, dry goods, and general market reports, Which art. -published in The. J)vi>' Tribune^: file Semi-Weekly Tribune also gives, in the course of a year, three or four of the be->t and-latest popular novels, by living authors. The cost of these alone, if bought in book form,would be from six to eight dollars. If--purchased in the English-magazines, from which they are.carefully selected, the cost would be three or four times t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

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