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

RADICAL RECONSTRUCTION By Rev. Alexander .Clark, A: M., Pasi ^ tor.pf. First Methodist Church, Pitts-.¦:-. burgh.: . >^ v.. ;.-•.'. '¦/; \:',' ¦_ ;.-. TEXT^-Bighteonsnessexiiteth a nation. Proverbs xiv: 34. ; -:-¦ i ; i - Righteousness, with a' syllable left out, is rightness.; arid, with still another syllable left out, is right.;. Bight is root-Right refers to relations.--Rights are always relative. Recognition of, arid respect for. rights, are thVrdots of which righteousness is the growth. Righteousness is radicalism in impulse, and character: A righteous man honors the rights of his fellows, regardless of condition or circumstance. Arid a nation is measured here as. a man. The same principle which makes an individual right will make a nation : righteous.— There is no such thing as a high standard for a man and a low standard for a nation. The measure must, be honest from end to end', and all;the inches between must be equal.-A nation is an Individual many times mult...

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

Grandeur of American Citizenship . In his speech at the New England dinner: in New. York, on Tuesday night.Yice-Presiderit. elect, Colfax, referred to the growth of .the United States as the result of the grandeur of American citizenship.,. "It's the shield of American citizenship which shall make us proud. and potential, and lift up our country to a prouder position among nations.;: It .is that which is to' teach those who are clothed with the solemn trust of represent ing this great realmn of freedom who rule here, not by Divine right, but by free institutions, that when they stand speaking for us at the bar of any civilized nation in the world they shall not on the one hand disgrace.us by boast--ful gasconade, or, on- the other, dishonor us.by bowing the knee; then' when with that. self-reliance,. that calm, that dignified American nationality, we command the • respect to which our great resources and our unequalled trials, which we have sur vived so gloriously and auspic...

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

HOME TRUTHS A judicious wife is alwa}'s clipping off from her husband'smoral nature little twigs that are growing in wrong directions. She keeps him shaped by continual pruning. If you declare that you will do some absurd thing, she will find means of preventing your doirig.it. And by far the chief part of all the common sense there, is in this world belongs unquestionably to women. The wisest things a man commonly does, are those which his wife counsels him - to, do.. A wife is the grand wiclder of the moral pruning knife. If Johnson's wife had lived, there would have been no hoarding up of orange peel, no touching all the posts in walking along the street, no eating and drinking with a disgusting voracity. If Oliver Goldsmith had been married he would never have worn that memorable and ridiculous coat. Whenever you find a,man whom you know" little about, oddly dressed, talking absurdly, or exhibiting any eccentricity of manner you may be sure that he is not a marna ™anv.fo...

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

Majorities 9677 ! 25423 A Tough Story.—An old fellow who never yielded the palm to any one in reeling a knotty yarn, was put to his trumps at hearing a traveller state that he saw a brick house placed upon runners and drawn up a hill to ^ a more favorable location, some half a mile distant. "What do you think of that, Uncle. Eithel?" said a bystander. "Oh, fudge," said the old man," I once saw a two-story stone house, down east, drawn by oxen for tho dis--* tance of three miles.". A dead silence, ensued- The old man evidently had the worse end of it, and he saw it. Gathering his on» ergies he bit off a huge bit of pig-tail, by way of gaining time for thought: . ''They drawed the stone ho'use,"said he, ejecting a quantity of tebaccojuice towards the fire place ; "but that wasn't the worsts of the job—after they'd done that, they went back and drawed the cellar." Tho stranger givo in

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

' STATE OFFICIAL—NOV. 1868. " -" . §" 5f ~g> ?i~" VI g V! g V S3" B g. . COUHTIES. fcJ B C g -j ""T a ' I : P : : Adams,..„....... 3174 2832 3170 2917 Allegheny. 14923 23880 14671 254S7 Armstrong. 3459 3987 3412 4082 Beaver. 2675 3540 2624 3648 Bedford „ 3019 2625 2898 2687 Berks 13924 7413 13973 7917 Blair 3183 3841 3066 3986 Bradford 3863 7642 3538 7768 Bucks ; 7838 6981 7613 7085 Butler 3292 3723 3256 3803 Cambria. 3587 2849 3558 2935 Cameron 441 537 394 508 Carbon 2772 2129 2745 .2186 Centre..... 3765 3388 3646 3429 Chester..; 665S 8850 6490 9178 Clarion 2956 1908 2928 1998 Clearfield 3037 1895 '3096 1974 Clinton.... .2765 1992 2584 2056 Columbia '4058 2077 4022 2143 Crawford 5390 7026 5455 7322 Cumberland.... 4433 3801 4594 4171 Dauphin... 4538 6190 4397 • 6507 Delaware 2764 4016 2616 4166 Elk 1054 508 1119 568 Erie 4531 7702 4555 8007 Payette 4773 3745 . 4608 3792 Forest 348 352 294 355 Franklin 4278 4321 4171 4451 Fulttn 1113 782 11C7 802 Greene 3374 1722 3301 1809 ...

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

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

CENTRE COUNTY OFF; CIAL--OCTOBER, 1868. Jndiciary Congress: Assembly Dis Att'y Cpmmis'r Auditor Surveyor 'BoEouonL 'g'j g . K i S* 3 • m 2 '¦ 5? 'tTi ri s= ¦ =? S~^ AND 2 : a- ' ?i S. !* •«-"• § <:¦&¦ -0Q i S- I : £¦ g. i 2 .AK„ ._ ^ ?|S_ S|g &Jg g Townships. : ! m : I m : ! : I \ W j ; W j I v- yja . -..- LjJ !_!_!_ J—LL_ J—!J i_U UJ U; Bellefonte 236; 284 238; 282 229J 288 219! 296 225! 291 225! 293 229i"2M Milesburg : 48! 82 49: 80 48j 81 48! 81 48? 81 48! 81 48^ \n Unionville 23! 38 23; 39 23; 39 23; 39 27! 35 23; 39 23? Vq Howard 34: 53 34! 53 32j 55 34| 63 34; 53 34; 53 42? % ^ Philipshurg...... 136! 146 138! 144 136: 145 134; 145 134; 147 138! 144 13SI ill ^ Boggs. 121! 326 125! 321 120; 326 120| 325 122! 325 122! 325 1221 w Benner. 177: 106 176; 106 178; 104 176! 105 17b! 106 ire! 105 irei ins B'urnside...^... '.. 37! 51 40! 50 -38!. 52 38! 52 38; 52 38! 52 33! „ Curtin 44! 40 45! 39 42; 42 44; 40 44; 40 44! 4C 44' A Ferguson..!....... 223! 185 2231 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

OUR TERMS FOR SUBSCRIPTION & ADVERTISING. The "BPLLEFONTE REPUBLICAN" is published every Wednesday Morning, in Bellefonte, Pa., by A. B. HUTCHISON & CO., at the following rates: One year (invariably in advance,) $2.00 Six Months, " " " $1.00 Three Months,." " " 50 Single Copies.." " " 05 It is Republican in politics—devoted to the Agricultural, Manufacturing and Mining interests of Central Pennsylvania. Papers discontinued to subscribers at the ¦expiration of their terms of subscription, at the option of the publishers, unless otherwise agreed upon. Special notices inserted in our local colums at 20 ets. per line for each insertion, unless otherwise agreed upon, by the month, •quarter or year. ~~~ Editorial Notices in our local columns, 25 ots. per line for each insertion. _ Marriage or Death announcements pubftshed free of charge. Obituary notices pub-•j^dfree, subject to revision and conden-^^ ¦| ^£ the Editors. ^^^^^»nal or Business Cards, not ex-^^^^^^H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

LODGES. Bellefonte Masonic Lodge, No 2G8, A. T. M, meets on Tuesday evening of or before tbp Full Moon. Constans Commandery. No. 33, K. T., meets second Friday of each month. I. O. O. F- Centre Lodge, No. 153, meets jevery Thursdaj' evening at their Hall, Bush's Arcade. For the conferring of Degrees the 1st Saturday evening of each month. For Degree of Rebecca, second Saturday of every month. I. O. G. T.—This Lodge every Moniay evening.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Bellefonte Church Directory. •Presbyterian church, Spring St., services at at 11 a. m., and 74 p. m; Rev. Alfred Yeomans, Pastor. This congregation are now erecting a new church, in consequense of which the regular religious services will be held in theCouit House until further notice. Methodist Episcopal Church, High St., services 101 a. m., and 7i p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Rev. H .C. Pardee, pastor. St. John's Episcopal Church, High St., scrvicss at 10J a. m., and 7-J p. m. Rev. Byron MeGann, pastor. Lutheran Church, Linn St., services 30i a. m , and7Jp. m. Rev.,J. A.Hackenberger paster. " , Reformed Church, Linn St., no pastor at present Catholic Church, Bishop St: services 10J a. m., and 3 p. m. Rev. T. McGovern, pastor. United Brethren Church, High Street, west side of creek; services African M, E. Church, west side of creek ; services a} 11 a. m., and 74 p. m. Rev. Isaac Pinsell, pastor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

DIRECTORY. UNITED STATES. President—Andrew Johnson. Vice-President, pro tern.—Benj. F. Wade Secretary of State—William H. Seward. Secretary of Treasury—Hugh McCullough Secretary of War—J. M. Schofield. Secretary of Navy—Gideon Wells. Secretary of Interior—0. H. Browning. Postmaster-General—A. L. Randall. Attorney General—Win. M. Evarts. STATE. Governor—Jno. W. Geary. Sec'y of Commonwealth—Frank Jordan. Deputy-Secretary of Commonwealth—Isaac B. Gara. Auditor-General—John F. Hartranft. Surveyor-General—Jacob M. Campbell. Treasurer—W- W. Irwin. Attorney-General—Benj. H. Brewster. Dcp'y-Att'y General—J. W. M. Newlin. Sup't of Com. Schools—J'. P. Wiekersharo. Dep'y Sup't of Com. Schools—C.R.Coburn. Sup't of Soldier's Orphan Schools—Geo F. McFarland. COITNTV. President Judge—Charles A. Mayer: ^—{Ss: Proihonotary—James H. Lipton. Register ^Recorder—J. P. Gephart, Sheriff—D. Z. Kline. Dep'ty Sheriff—D. Woodring. Dist. Att'y—B. Y. Stitzer. Treasurer—A. C. Geary. rWm. Keller, Commis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. SAMUEL L1NJT. A. O. FUUST LINN & FURST, Attorneys at-Law, Belle fonte, Pa. iaB'OO.tf. JAMES H. RANKIN, Attorney-at-Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Armory building, 2nd floor. ja6'69.1y. T Gr. LOVE, fc/ • Attorney-at-Law, Belle fonte, Pa. Office on High St. ja6'69.y EDJIOTfD BLANCHAliD. EVAIT IT. BLAKCHABD. E& E. M. BLANCHARD, • Attorneys-at-Law, Allegheny St., Bellefonte, Pa. ja6'69.1y. n K. Jl'AMJSTEE. JAMES A. BEATER. M'ALLISTER & BEAVER, Attorneys-at-Law, Bellefonte Penn'a: jaO'OO.ly WW. BROWN, . Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Penn'a., will attend promptly to all bussiness entrusted to his care. E. C. HUMES, Pres't. J. P. HABEISj Cash'r E1RST NATIONAL BANK Of Bellefonte. Alle gheny St., Bellefonte Pa. JOHN H. OBVIS. CYHUS T. ALEXANDRE. ORVIS & ALEXANDER, Attorneys-at-Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Conrad House, Allegheny St. ja6'69,ly. URIAH STOVER, Licensed Autionecr, will attend to all sales entrusted to his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

MISCELLANEOUS IT IS our intention to dispose of our entire stock before the opening of the Spring Trade. G. W. FAIRER & CO. TTTTHITE FISH, Herring, mackerel, &e., BURNSIDE & THOMAS'. jaG'69.1y. THE highest market price paid for all kinds of connlry produce, at BURNSIDE & THOMAS'.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Select Miscellany. Speech of Mr. Blaine, of Maine, on the Results of Grant's Election. In Committee of the whole, in the House, 10th ult., Mr. Blaine said: Mr. Chairman : The three Presidential elections which have resulted in victory (o the Republican party are by far the most memorable and momentous in the history of our country. The issues at stake each time have been grander, (he contest on either 'side fiercer, the verdict in each instance more decisive and significant, than ever attended previous struggles for the control of the National Government. In the first victory of 1860, slavery propagandism received its fatal blow—the American people decided that at all hazards the further spread of human services into free territory should cease.— This decision was resisted by a rebellious war, and the war led to the necessity of entirely abolishing the institution whose existence had been merely cheeked by the expression of the popular will. The election of 1864 furred upon ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

being then of necessity conceded as one of (he essentials of reconstruction,-the only remaining source of discontent is the exclusion of a small minority of white men from the polls by reason of disloyally. 'And here the evil lies in the disloyalty and not in the exclusion; and I know I am1 safe in saying that the exclusion will be removed quite as rapidly as the disloyalty disappears. And the disloyal white men of the South should be quite contented if they acquire suffrage as rapidly as the loyal colored men of the whole country. May wenothope that the patriotic conduct of the one class, and (lie softening of unreasonable prejudice toward the other, will enable the American people fo hold the centennial celebraltion of our independence with no citizen of the Republic disfranchised, and with the sublime declaration that "all men are created equal" accepted and realized on the hundredth anniversary of its majestic utterance. . Third. The election- of Gen. Grant has settled the fin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

answered by tne njosir-miiiantTnan of that day in these eloquent and ever memorable words: "The question of England's ability to maintain her position should not be discussed in her own Parliament. Discussion implies doubt, and doubt breeds disaster.— Our business is to provide the means for the national defense, and let us to our task." Fourth. With the election of General Grant comes a higher - standard of American citizenship, with more dignity and character to the name abroad and more assured liberty and security attaching to it at home. Our diplomacy will bo rescued ^from the subservient tone by which we have so often been humiliated in our own eyes and in the eyes of Europe, and the true position of the first nation of the earth in rank and prestige will be asserted; not in the spirit of bravado or with the mere arrogance of strength, but with the conseious dignity which belongs to power and with moderation which is the true ornament of justice. And with this vindication o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Odds aiid Ends How sweet to-recline in the laps of ages—say about eighteen. What word will make you sick if you leave one of the letters out? Music. When is money damp ?—When it becomes dew in the morning and is mist at night. Every man should paddle his own canoo: bat the difficulty is to get a canoe. A gentleman asked a friend if he had ever seen a catfish. "No," was the response, " but I hav.e seen a rope walk." When you fall out of a carriage, what are you most likely to fall against?—Against your will. Words should be seconded by actions ; it isn't enough'for a house-wife to say to a stocking with a hole in it, "You be darned?" A young lady who saw a steam fireengine in Boston for the first time, innocently inquired why they boiled the water before they threw it on the fire. We believe the following td be the worst conundrum extant: When is water like a rearing horse hitched to a post ? When it's tide and rises. Wives are often foolish enough to sit up for their husband...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Androo's Arithmatic Mr. Johnson's head is about as well balanced on the figure of arithmatic aa on the figures of speech. The lucidity of his mathematical propositions is only equaled by the clearness of his political views. For instance, he - says in his message that Government " received for its bonds, in real money, three or four hundred per cent, less than the obligations which it issued in return." No man of ordinary acquaintance with the English language and the Arabic numerals would ever make such a ridiculous statement. Take an illustration. Here is a bond for $1,000 given by government. What does Mr. Johnson mean by saying that Government received "three or four hundred per cent, less" than the §1,000 for the bond ?' How much is " three or four hundred per cent, less than $1,000 ?^r Three hundred per cent, of $1,000 is $3,000. Does the man mean that Govt ernment received $8,000 less than 1,000 for every thousand dollar bond issued ?. If that is his meaning, then the G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Random Thoughts You may joke when you please, ifyou are careful to please when you joke. A fool generally loses his estate before he finds his folly. The use of money is all the advantage there is in having money. If you wuold not have affliction visit you twice, listen at once to what it teaches you. Intense stiidvof the Bible will keep any writer from being vulgar in_point of style. • <;.•¦.-' ""i: A man passes for a sage if he seeks for' wisdom—if he thinks he has found it ho is a fool. He who is right and doing right, need not stop to inquire who or what stands with him. Prentice says wafer reddens the rose; Jack Frost the toes and whisky the nose; (He knows.) Into the composition of every happiness enters the thought of having truly deserved it. A patient is undoubtedly ina very bad way when his disease.is acute and his doctor isn't. People seldom improve when they set up no other models than themselVee to copy after. Think little of yourself, and you will not be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

The Oldest City. Damascus is the oldest city in the world. Tyre and Sydoii have crumbled on the shore; Baalbeo is a ruin; Palmyra is buried-in the sands of the deserf; Ninevah and Babylon have disappeared from the shores of the Tigris and Euphrates. Damascus remains what it was in the days of Abraham—a centre of trade and travel, an island of verdurS in a desert sa predestined capital," witli martial and sacred associations extending beyond thirty centuries. It was neat Damascus that Saul of Tarsus saw the light from heaven,' above the brightness of the sun; the street which is called Strait, in which it is said he "prayeth," still runs through the city;' the caravan comes and goes as it did one thousand -years ago/ there is etill the sheik, the" ass and the water wheel; the merchants' of the Euphrates still occupy theso"willi the multitude of their wares." the city which Mahomet surveyed from a neighboring height, and was afraid (o enter* " because it is given to man to have ...

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