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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

HistorjoftlieiflFeisjIvattia. BY A. II. HUTCHISON, Late Captain of Company 'C [IsTRonuoTORV.—In proposing the following sketch of the career of the 49th Pa. Vol., I do not expect to. accomplish much in either a literary or historical way. Neither do I expect to furnish a history of the army with which we were identified, nor of the war in which. we were esgaged. No attempt will be made to write up, or down, any officer or mao in the regiment. What is intended, and attempted is, simply to preserve the record of events as they occurred in, and as they appeared to, the regiment, or at least to o*ne of the members of the regiment. The events of the war will be referred to as being matters of common knowledge, and no attempt will be made to exaggerate or belittle the achievements of the Army of the Potomac, or any o'her. I acknowledge, in advance, the aid derived- from Rev. Wm. Earnshaw. Chaplain, Capt. C. Dale, Lt. B. II. Downing, and others of tho regiment who have allowed me t...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Odds and Ends. —A boarding house keeper advertises to furnish "gentlemen with pleasant and comfortable rooms, also one or two gentlemen with wives." —What is the difference between! the entrance to a barn and an over-talketive person?' One is a barn door and the other a darn bore. —Between Memphis and Nashville is tho following inscription on a signboard at a railroad crossing: "Look but for the Ingine when the wisle bloes or rings.'* —A little fellow one day nonplussed his mother, by making thefollowing enquiry; "Mother, if a man is a mister,an't a woman a mistery?" —A locomotive on a western railroad has been adorned with the title: "I etill live. That is more than many of the passengers can say at the end of their journey; —An Irishman, on hearing of a friend having a stone coffin made for himself exclaimed, "By me sowl, and that's a good idee. Sure an' a stone coffin'd last a man a lifetime." —The one who pleaded "Rock me to Sleep," has been gratified. His mother, yieldi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

WAGON HUBBS, spokes and felloes, larseandsmulUt ^ & ^^ jT^^^SwlSwitsON'S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Pardoe. pastor. St. Juhn'* Episcopal Church. High St.. services at 10* a. m., and 71 p.m- ReTBvron McGann, vaMor. Lutheran Church. Linn St., services 101 a. m . and 71 p. in. Rev. J.;.. Hackenberger, pastor. . . Reformed Church, Linn St., no pastor at Catholic'Church, BUhop St: ssrvices 104 a. m., and 3 p. m. Rev. T. MeGovern, United Brethren Church. High Street, west side of creek; services — , African M, B. Church, weft side of creek, services a) 11 a. in., and 71 p. m. Rev. Isaac PiuBoll, pastor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Bellefonte Church Directory. Presbyterian church, Spring St., services at at 11 a. m., and-74 p- m; No pastor at present. This congregation are now ereciing r, tie" church, in consequence of which the regular religious services will bo held in tho Oouit House until iurtber Me'rho.ii'st Episcopal Church. High St., ser vices 101 ». m.. and 71 p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Kev. ±1.1... LODGES. Bellefonte Masonic Lodge, No2G8. A.T.M. meets on Tuesday evening of orbeforoth? Full Moon. Const-ms Commnndery.. No. 33, K. T., meets second Friday of each month. I. O. O. I?- Centre Lodge, No. 153, meets every' Thursday evening at their Hall, Bush's Arcade. Forthe conferring of Degrees the 1st Saturday evening of each month. For Degree of Rebecca, second Saturday of every month. I 0."G. T.—This Lodge every Mom ay

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

OUR TERMS FOR SUBSCRIPTION A ADVERTISING ¦ — ~ w => i SPACE OCOJJPIED. g g g ca » 5 OnoTnch(or 10 lines this typo) $5 $8 $12 Two inches 7 10 15 Three inches 1° ]5 20 Fourinches 11 li 25 Quarter column (or 5J inches) 12 20 80 Halfcolumn (or 11 inches) 20 35 55 One column (or 22 inches) 35 So 100 All advertisements, whether displayed or blank lines, measured by lines of ibis type. All advertisements due after the first insertion. Job Work of every variety, such as Posters, Bi 1-heads, Letter heads,Cards, Checks, Envelopes, Paper Books, Programmes, Blanks, Ac, &c, executed in the best style and at the most reasona" with promptness, witu promptness, uuu ** »"** -v«« bio rates. . Address all communications relating to business of this office, to A. B. HUTCHISON & CO., Bellefonte, Pa. Special notices inserted in our local colums at 20 cts. per line for' each insertion, unless otherwise agreed upon, by the month, quarter or year. Editorial Notices in our lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

How Careless The Watchmen, and otter seini-reDel sheets, siave a great deal to say about the extravagance of the Republican party; but they are very careful not to expose their own rottenness, extravagance and corruption. They refuse to explain the""Tp^son w]jy it costs so much more f&rlihem to rule in this county, .thin -ft did under Republican rule- .-Kow, the'county tax is 7i mills to the dollar; under Republican rule "2i'mills. Why is this? Meek is a pretty bird to talk of the extravagance of any party— ain't he now ? Tb<\ fact is, the Democratic Commis*;l0nerg ,jo not attend to anything-much, unless it is tb'see that M_£EK: getg his pay for Co. printing, &e. Look at the dilapidated, condi^on of the Court House. No car> jaVen of it at all.. It looks as tho' it had been built thirty, years ago.— Everybody is talking about it. Bad, as the outside is, the inside is worse.— The nice iron fence that encloses the yard, and which was put there at a h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Crawford County System A few months ago the Editor-of the Centre Hall Tft.epor.ter commenced agi-. tatihg and urging tho aiiofction of the Crawford County System upon .the Democratic party bi" this county. He published, we think, two articles,pret--ty strong, and well written, in-favor of this measure, paid a visit to Bellefonte, returned home, and from..that day to the present, we have heard nothing more from the Reporter on the Crawford .County System, Wiat the Court Houseclique threatened to do to Frederick, if ho did not stop agitating this wholesome change, has not yet transpired; but one thing is pretty certain, that the clique did command him to "dry up" on this subject, and his silence shows that he "dry'd up," caved, wilted, and has determined to take care of himself,no matter what becomes of the Pennsvalley Democracy. Kurtz wants of fice. He knows that the power of the clique is supreme in this direction.— The Democrats in the Valley do well enough to vote the tick...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

The Centre Hall Reporter,\aat week, contained an article in regard to what he is pleased to ea>] the extravagance of the Republican party, and says that - '.! Mosjs Thompson, a stiff Centre eoantv Radie»l; thinks that the people shoJi'M ^hoid indignation meetings/' KUBTZ has .ftrgotten.it seems, ithat th* Democratic }?arty of Pennsylvania, by its p.'underi>>g. stealing, and unparalleled ertrmga^ce, imposed upon the tax payers of the State, » debt of forty-one millions oi dollars. This is a fact that he carefully withholds from his readers, and seeks to draw the wool over their eyes by slandering the Republican party, and paWishing unblushing falsehoods rm.anijfactured out of the whole cloth, logon such men as Mr. THOMPSON.— . "Mr. Kurtz closes up his heavy effort iro the following classic language; "llf the prospect of going to hell 'does notchf ck the wickedness of these .men,'much less will indignation meet-Srjgs. The only indignation meeting .chat will ef...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

The Price of Grain. We do not intend, as a general thing, to meddle with the prices of grain, further than to give, from week to week a true statement of the markets both here and in Philadelphia. This week,however,weinadvertentlyselected for our "Agricultural Department" an article from the Chicago 3K6une,. containing statements the very reverse of what we believe. It is our opinion that such articles are written in the interest of the grain speculators and find their way into the papers, either as paid advertisements, or through carelessness and want of thought on *Jne part of the editors. Noman.r^ course) can tell to a certaintywi'J&ej. wheatis going to be higher'qj iower. i,ut one thing we; do >'n0w, that Editors, by paying*, utile more attention to this su^j'ect, could save the farmers many a dollar, as well as from the imposition of speculators. • We do not advise the farmers to sell or not to sell; and we request them to act upon their own judgment and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Who is He?—Gen. Grant announced, a few days ago, that Pennsylvania would be represented in his Cabinet. He declined to give the name of the man he had chosen, stating, at the same time, that it was a selection which nobody seemed to anticipate, but with which everybody would be pleased. This has set everybody to thinking, and the would-be knowing ones about Washington are terribly excited, and " Who can it be?" is upon the lips of every one. How stupid (?) the smartest of men sometimes are. Who else could it be, but the chevalier Bayard of the war, the modest and retiring hero of Fort Steadman, Gen. Jno. F. Hartranft, now Auditor General of Pennsylvania ? What other flame would so completely "fill the bill?"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

The Constitutional Amendment Adopted.—Both Houses of the National Legislature have finally adopted the proposed constitutional amendment. flThe vote in the Senate stood 39 yeas to 13 nays, and in the House 143 yeas to 43 nays': ' The bill including the amendment, r >ads as follows: £4 it enacted, &c~: tioo thirds of bothh^vses concurring, That tho following aJUGBdment to the Constitution of the ..United States, and when ratified by U**ree fourths thereof, it shall be-a-part of said Constitution. Article 15. The right of any citizen of the United £tates tovote shall not be denied or abria^ed by the United States or States on amount of race, color, or previous condition of servitude. . , The Legislatures of twenty eight States must ratify the above be. ore it can become a part of the Constitu- tion. Senator Senior of the Tennessee Legislature was inaugurated Governor of that State on the 25th ult./Gov Brownlowwill take his seat m tne U. S. Senate on the 4th inst...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Protection Too much, we think, cannot be said, ' or written, upon the subject ofProtec. tion to American Industry^ It is the only policy that will give an impetus to our manufacturing and business interests-, and enhance the interests of the laboring men of the country. It is the only policy that will make a demand for labor, raise the price of labor, and establish it on &, permanent foundation. r^ ne fiends of free trade are at work. ,c Democratic Watchman, and ail the Democratic papers in the country, at the ^bidding of the New York Free Trade League, and the English aristocracy, that'furnishes the money to keep it in existence, have thrown off the masks hitherto worn by them, and openly and avowedly espoused the cause of English free trade.— But while they are working to build up England, and fasten the slavish chains upon Ireland, the friends of American industry are not idle. On the 17th and 18th of February last, they met in Philadelphia and-organized the ''Natio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

The following is Governor Geary's dispatch to General Grant, denying the report that he had written a letter recommending a Pennsylvanian for a Cabinet appointment: Executive Chamber, 1 Harrisburg, Pa., Feb. 26/69. J Gen. U. S. Grant, Pres'tElect. By the newspapers of to-day I observe that certain persons have stated to you that I have written you a letter to influence your Cabinet appointment from Pennsylvania. I have never written or telegraphed to you. or to any other person, a word in favor of, or against any one for that position. If" you have received any such letters or telegrams, they are forgeries. Truly yours, Jno. W. Geary. The Philadelphia Press of Saturday says it has been authorized to state that no letter has been written, or authorized to be written, by either Judges Agnew or Williams, recommending the appointment of any person as a mpmber of General Grant's Cabinet.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Edi*oriai and Other Items, —Kat ikakea, Dl, had=a $75,000 fire Saturday morning. —Rich gold digging have been discovered in Lower California: —Nearly half the town, of Chippewa FsVis, Wisconsin, was burned oh the 24th. - -The mails are carried by sleighs in Canada, the railroads being blocked by snow. —In the Illinois Legislature on Saturday the bill torepeal.the registry law was defeated. —The Missouri House on. Saturday passed the bill amending the^charter of the Pacific Railroad. —All the railroads in Maine are blocked by snow, of which there has been a fall ofeighteen inches.' —Rev. Robert Collyer, of1 Chicago, addressed the Women's Suffrage Association of St. Louis ^ on Saturdayl —A fire re, centry, at Mprrisville; Vermont, destroyed the jVIasson i> hall building. It was partly insured. ¦-• * ¦ •• —Andrew.ColIins..was.insty.n.tlykil led by being run over by a train on the Pennsylvania Road, in West Philadelphia, on Saturday. —Watson, tCassidy & Co. 's paper m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

For the Republican tabor. Messrs. Editors :—Bacon truly said that labor was the only real wealth of ia country. That being an acknowledged fact by all political economists, the legislation of a nation should have a tendency to foster, promote and preserve that wealth, and thereby enhance ihe substantial prosperity of the country, and its laboring members. A wise Government will so construct its laws that its, toiling masses need never be idle1, but always prosperous. The immense-wealth of the country,labor,that has been compelled to remain idle in this country this winter, is beginning to awake grave apprehensions in the minds of all true philanthropists. An acquaintance of ours, who went to Mexico eighteen months ago, as an employee of a- British and Mexican R. R. Company, recently returned, gave us a sketch of his experience there,and here,"sine'e'his return, which corroborates the prevailing idea entertained by the toiling masses, that our Government's legislation has a ten...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Breckinridge. Returns Under the supposed protection, says the Philadel phia Inquirer, of ANDREW Johnson's' Amnesty Proclamation, John C. Breckinridge has ventured back to the United States. He is the first of the expatriated rebels, excepted in previous amnesty proclamations, who has returned. He will probably be soon followed by Jacob Thompson, Slidell and Judah Benjamin, and possibly all of them will ask some reward of the rebels in consequence of their sufferings. The last public appearance of Bieckinridge, previous to his going ever to the Rebels, was at Baltimore, and in the same city he makes his reappearance. Of all the miscreants who took part with the Rebellion, this man was the most odious in his treachery. He had not the common and paltry excuse of lesier Rebels, that he must go with his State, be: cause his State did not go with the Rebellion. 'He-could not rely upon the allegation that he was in the South when the Rebellion broke out, and was carried away by the e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

Remarks of Senator Cameron.. In the Senate, On Wednesday, Mr. Buckalew, while discussing the question of changing the mode of choosing Presidential electors, charged that half a million of dollars had been poiired out in Pennsylvania to control the last Presidential election. When he had concluded his speech, Mr. Stewart, of Nevada, moved that the Senate recede from its amendments to the Constitutional amendment and concur in the House proposition. Senator Cameron then took the floor, and we copy his remarks from the Daily Globe: Mr. Cameron. I shall vote in favor of the motion now made by the Senator from Nevada. I had no intention to say a word on this subject, and should not have done so but for a remark which fell from my colleague, which I think was disrespectful to the State from which he and I come, in which we were both born, and to which we owe not only allegiance, but love.— I was sorry to hear him say that moneny had been brought into Pennsylvania to influence and c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

The exports from Now York last year, exclusive of specie, were valued at $164,000,000, against $186,000,000 in 1867.. The export of specie and bullion was $71,000,000, or nearly $20,000,000 more than the year proceding, and largely in excess of any one of the five previous years, The total on foreign imports was $251,103 834, of which about $12,000,000 were free goods; and $1,000,000 dry good*. The importations of iron, were, in pigs $50.:,704, in railroads bars $4,-094,569, in sheet $350,643, in tubes $90,544, and in other forms $2,2S6,-218, The railway bars numbered 696,257, which at an average length of thirty feet, would lay over two thousand miles of American railway tracks. This was the importation at Now York ttlon't'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 March 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. •I PA TEACHEBSWANTED.-$75to$150 xQ\J per month ; for foil particulars addreis " The People's Journal," Philadelphia, Pa. msr.3'69-4ir. WANTED.—Salesmen to travel and sell by sample a new line of goodf. Htuations permanent, and good wages. Address with stamp, H. H. RICHARDS A Co. 413 Chestnut St-, Phil's. Pa. mar3'69-*w.

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