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

HARDWARE. mHE ANVIL HARDWARE STORE !. IRON, of all sizes and shapes. Steels—Cast, Shear, Spring, Blister and Drilling, Hur;e Shoes and Horse Shoe Nails, Toe Calks, Anvils und Vices, different makes and prices, Stoves—Cook, Parlor Gas-Burners, and Cylinders, four wakes and kinds. SPRINGS—Axles and Skeins, all sizes, WOOD WORK, all kinds, fur Wagons, Buggies and Carriages. GRINDSTONES, all sizes, and Kitchen £o., Platform Scales, from 100 to 1.000 pounds, Counter Scales and Balances, Oils, Paints and Varnishes, of all kinds. MANILLA ROPE, all sizes, and PACKING, The Celebrated ORIENTAL FURNACES, for Dwellings Houses and Churches, Their Stock of Shelf Goods is complete, em bracing a full variety of Every Class. Iu Heavy Goods tho same variety is kept up, embracing, in part, aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa aaaananar.aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 'nnnnnnnnnnnnnnnannunnnnn nnnnnunnnnnnnnnnnnnnn vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv vvvvvvvvvvvvvwvvvvv iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iii...

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

RAILROADS. MIFFLIN & CENTRE CO. Branch It. K NORTHWARD. No. 1, leaves Lewistown at 7.20 a. m.. and arrives at Milroy S.I5 a.m. No. 2, leaves Penn'a H. K.. 11.15 a- m., arrives at Milmy 12.15 p. m. No 3, leaves Pen 'n R. B. 4.05 "p. m., arrires at Milroy 5.00. SOUTHWARD. No. 1. leaves Milroy S,40 a m., and arrives at Peun'a. B. R. 9.40 a. m. No. 2, leaves Milroy 1 15 p. m., and arrives Penn'a. K, B.2.10 p. m. No. 3. leaves Milroy 5.07 p. m. and arrives at IJenn'a. B.. R. 6.00 p. m. Stage leaves Bellcfonto evr.ry day (except Sunday.) at U a. m., and arrives at Milr- y i 30 p m. Stage leaves Milroy every day (except Sunday) at 5.30 p."in. and arrives at Bellofonte 10.30 p. m. Stage Ieavos Bellefonte for Pino Grove Mills every Tuasday, Thursday and Saturday mornings at 6 a. m. Wes'ern mail closes at 4 00 p. m. Lock Haven mail closes at 10.00 a. ro. "PHILADELPHIA AND EBIE K. WINTER TI3IE TABLE. Through and direct route between Phil sdelpaiarBaltiinore, Harrisburg, William...

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

T>ENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. BALD EAGLE VALLEY . A*D T7R0NE & CLEARFIELD BRANCHES. OPENING OP TYRONE & CLEARFIELD BRANCH TO CLEARFIELD, 41 MILES NORTH OF TYRONE. On and after Monday. February 1.«t, ISfifl two Passenger Trains will run rjajh- (except Sunday?) borween Tyro e ».nd Lock Ifsven, nnd one Papfenger Train between Tyrone and Clearfield—as follow*: BALD EAGLE VALLEY. WRSTWAUn. Mail Leaves L*ok Haven at 2 SOpm " " Milesburg " 3 55 p in " " Bellefonte " 4 12 |> m Arrive at Tyrone at « 05 p m B. E. Express leave? L Haven at .10, 20 a in ." "...Mile.«burg "...11 4S am " "...Bellefi-nte "...II 55 a m Arrives at Tyrone at.„. 1 20 p in eastward. Mail leaves Tyrone at 8 50 a m " "...Bellefotteal 10 50 a m " '-...Milesburj; at U 02 a m /rrive at L->ck Haven 12 30 p ra B. E. Express leaves Tyrone 7 00 p oi " '...Bellefonte at.. S 50 p ra • ¦ ' "...Mtlesburg at.. 9 05pm Arrives at Lock Haven at 10 30 p m TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD. KOnTBWABD. Clearfield ...

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

MEDICAL pISO'S £.UKEF.OR 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 gra.tftjin.g.filtnuugh uulookad-fowent, PJ.SQ'4 CSJlBS FOR CONSUMTION, • -Is a ijastly celebrated medicine. It is pre-, *are<l by HtwaUflii & Co., Warren, Pa, '" ,lt is for sjje Wb»le*ale and Retell, HIRAM LUCAS* HBO, Howardville, Centre Co.; "¦>, 4ccnt.- lor Centre «o.,tity O OltsE FOB SALE.--Any porfon wish-¦ O. ing to purchase n good Urivusg it rid «, ir.jj Ul-sc, can )>e accommodated by oiliing at ibis i.ffice. The burst is good aad ss-'e The purchaser cue have bis choice of ;wo, a mare or uorse. Mto a jjood cow fur sale.— For particulars, call at the office of the. o2«'W.«{- •'REPUBLICAN."

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

OUR TERMS FOR SUBSCRIPTION & ADVERTISING The ''BFLLEFONTE REPUBLICAN" is published every Weosesday Morkikb, m Beilel'onte, Pa., by A. B. HUTCHISON A CO., at tbe following rates: One year (invariably in advance,)$2.00 Six Mon'h* " '• " $1.00 Three Months,." " " ...50 Single Copie.'.." «• " I>5 It is Ro; ublican in puliiii'S—devoted to tbe Agricultural, Manufacturing and Mining interests of Central Pennsylvania, Papers discontinued to subscribers at tbe expiration of thtir torms of subscription, at the option of the publishers, unless otherwise agreed upon. Special notices. inserted in onr local colums at 20 cts. per line for each insertion, unless otherwise agreed upon, by the month, quarter or year. Editorial Notices in our local columns, 25 cts. per line for each insertion. Marriaga or Death announcements publ'shed free of charge. Obituary notices published free, subjtet to revision and condensation by the Editors. , Professional or Business Cards, not exceedin...

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

C£ 3d svacb ocqppisn. | | qd Qa Oneinch(or 10 lines thi* type) $5 $8 $12 Two inches 7 10 15 Three inches 10 15 20 Fourinches 11 17 25 Quarter column (or 5£ incber) 12 20 30 Half column (or II inches) 2« 35 55 One column (or 22 inches) 35 55 100 Ail advertisements, whether displayed or blank linpf. measured by lines of ibis type. AU advertisements due al't-.r the first insertion. Job Work of every variety, such as Posters. Bi 1-beads,Letter heads.Cards,Checks, Envelopes. Paper Books, Programmes. Blanks, it.. <tc, executed in the best style with promptness, and at the most reasonable rates. Address a'd communications relating to business of this office, to A. B. HUTCHISON & CO., Bellefonte. Pa. LODGES. Bellefonte Masonic Lodge, No 268. A. Y. M. meets on Tuesday evening of or before th? Full Moon. Constant Commandery. No. 33, K. T., meets second Friday of each month. I. O. 0. F- Centre Lodge, No. 153, meets every Thursday evening at their Hall, Buxo's Arcade. ...

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

Bellefonte Church Directory. Presbyterian church. Spring St., services at at II a. m., and 7J p. m; No pastor at present. This congregation are ni'W ereciiiij; k :!e>v church, in confequence of which tlic regular religious services will be held in the Couit House until further notice. Methodist Episcopal Church, High St.. cervices ICIi a. m.. aud 7j n. in. Prsyer meeting en Thursday night. Rev. H.C. Pardoe. pastor. St. John's Episcopal Church. High St.. Ferricos at !0i a.m.. and 71 p.m. Rev. Byron McGimn, pai-tor. Lutheran Church, Linn St., services 10J a, m . and 7* p. in. Rev. J...... Hackenberger, pastor. Refnrined Church, Linn St., no-pastor at pre-ent Catholic Church, Bishop St; services 10V 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 7i p.m. Rev. Isaac Piuwell, pastor.

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

Odds att<3 Ends. —Never interfere in other people's concerns. —Things that come home to-ur-Butca'- er's bills. —Be prudent ana circumspect in all you. gay and do. —Attempt not to curb a madman or to make si fool wise. —All comparison^ are odious, and should be avoided. —•Many a husband permits himself to he henpeckfed as unresistingly as if he were an ear of corn. —Why is the horse the most humane of all animals ? He gives tbe bit out of his mouth, and listens to every woe. —Why was Mohammed like a man in church with a bad cold ? Why—because his coughing (coffin) had to be suspended I —The House of Representatives ef Wiscensin has passed a bill submitting tbe question of female suffrage to a vote of the people. —Says Kate to her new husband, "John what rock dose true love build upon ?" Quoth John, and grinned from ear to ear, "Tbe rock of yonder cradle, dear.' —"Sambo, why am dat nigger down de hole ob de boat like a chicken in de egg-"—"I gives am up."—'.''Cause he could...

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

A sus who recently married a fashion able wife says be is glad he hasigurchaj ed an upright piano, for its tie onlyun right thing we have in the nousa. The lady who took Meryb$dy'% «? mast have quite s> lot of them.

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

PROFESSIONAL CA"*DS. T G. LOVE, tf » Attorney at-Law. Bellefonte, Pa. Office on High St. jafi'fi9.y JAMES II. KAKKIN, Att«rney-ar-L»«- Bellefonte, Pa. Office io Armory building. 2nd floor. jiiGViS ly. SAMUEL I.1XN. A. O. FURST. LINN & FUEST. Attorneys at-T.aw. Bellefonte, Pa. jnR'69.tf. EDMUNO BLANCHAKD. EVAS M. BLANCHARD. EA E. M. BLANCIIAB.D. , Attorneysat-Law. Allegheny St, Bellefonte, Pa. ja6'69.1y. B ». St ALMSTKR. JAMES A. BEAVEIt. M'ALLISTEB 4 BE VEB,, Attorneys-at-Law, Bellefonte Penn'a. j"a6'89.1y W. BROWN, ~" . Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Penn'a., will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care B. C. tlUUES, Pres't. J, P. HARRIS, Casft'r. F1KST NATIONAL BA.VK Of Bellefonte. Allegheny St., Bellcfonto Pa. I JOHS H. ORVIS. CVr.US T. ALEXASDRR. ORVIS & ALEXANDER. Attorney e-at- Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Conr-d House, Allegheny- Pt„ ja6'fi9.1y. URIAH STOVER, Licensed Autioneer. will attend to all salrs entrusted to his care - Charges reason...

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

DIRECTORY. TJKITEP STATES. President—Andrew Johnson. Vice- President, pro tern.—Benj. P. Wado. Secretary of State—William H. Seward. Secretary/Trexmrg—Hugh McCullough. Secretary of War— J. M. Schofield. Secretary of Ay mg—Gideon Wells. Ser.retun/ <i f Jnteriar~O.U. Browning. Pontmatter-General—A. L. Randall. Attorney General—Wm. M. Evarts. statb. . Governor— Jno. W. Geary. Sec'y of Common wealth—Frank Jordcn. Deputy Secretary of Commonwealth—Isaac B. Gara. Auditor General—John P. Hartranft. Surveyor-General—Jacob M. Campbell. Treasurer—\V- W. Irwin. Attorney General—Benj. H. Brewster-Depy-Att'i) General—I. W. M.Kewlin. Sup't of Com. .'c'loofs—J. P. Wickersham. Oep'i Hup t of Com. Schools—C.R Coburn. Sup't of Soldier's Orphan Schools—Geo. F. McFarland. cotrxrr. President Judge—Charles A. Mayer: ... I John Hosterman.-Aisociate* j William Allison, fnifoonotarj—James II. Lipton. lier/ixier &Hecorder—J. P. Gephart. SftenJ—U.Z.Kline. llep'ty Sheriff—D Woodring. DiV. Att'y...

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

Select IPoetry. IF WE KNEW. If we knew the woe and heartache Waiting for us down the road, If our lips could taste tbe wormwood, If our bac'ns coubl feel the load, Would we waf te the day in wishitg For a time that ne'er can bo J Would we want in such impatience For our ships to come from sea ? Tf we knew tho baby fingers Pressed aga'nstthe window pane Would be cold and stiff to morrow—Never trouble us affain—Would the hriirjit eyes of our darling Catch the frown, upon our brow, Would the print of rosy fingers Vex us then as tbey do now ? Ah ! these little ice-cold Bngers, How they point our memories back To tho hasty words and actions Strewn along our backward track ! How those little bands remind us, As in snowy grace tbey Vie, Not to scatter thorns—but roses—For our reaping by and by. Strange we never prize the music Till the sweet voiced bird is flown; Strange that we should slight the violets Till Ihe lovely flowers are gone; Strange 'hat summer skies and sunshine Never s...

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

History of the 49ft Pennsylvania | | BY A. B. HtJTcntSOH, Late Captain of Company 'C [Iktrouuctory.—Tn proposing the following sketch of the career of tbe 49th Pa. Vol.. I do not expect to accomplish much in .either a litetary or historical way. Neither do I expect to furnish a history of the army with which we wer« identified, nor of the war in which we wore*-gaged. Noattempt will be made to write up, or down, any officer or man in tho regiment. What isintend ed, nnd attempted in. simply to preserve tbe record of events as lbey occurred in, and as they armeared to, tbe regiment, or at least to one of the members of the regiment. The events of 'he war will be referred to as being matters of O'-mmon knowledge, and no attempt will be made to exaggerate or betiit.c the achievements of the Army of the Potomac or any o'her. I acknowledge, in advance, the aio derived from Uev. Wm. Kami-haw. Chaplain, Capt. C. Dale, Lr. B. II. IJowning. and others of the regimtnt who have allowed 111...

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

From the Chicago Times.'} News From Young- America. A Ifaughty Little Girl's Viacs of Life. I am only a little girfybnt t think t b' ave sis ranch right Co say -what I> ¦watst to afi'ont things as" a hoy. V hate boysf they're so'meSnjthey always" grab;aU the strawberries at'!lhe dinne* table; and never tell na whon they awgoingto bav* any fun* Only I like Gus Eog«rs-. 3!iwr other day Gus told me he was gofng to' let off some fireworks, and he let Bessfr Settle and mo go .and look at tbem. Alt of us live in a hotel, and his mother's room has a window with a balcony. His mother was gone out to buy.some cms* de lis to put on her face, and he'd went and got eleven boxes of lucifier matches, and ever so many pieces of castiie soap; he siealed them from the heuseVeeper.— Just when she went to put them in her closet, Gus went and told her Mrs. Nettle wanted her s minute, and while she was gone he grabbed the soap and matches, and when she came back he watched her; and she go...

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

The Inaugural Address We have devoted considerable space to tho Inaupural Address of Presid't. Grant, and a brief history of each of his Cabinet officers. We need hardly tell our readers that we are not only pleased, but' delighted with the address. It.is short, strong, plain and emphatic. ' Every sentence means something,.and.that meaning'cannot be niisonderstcod. It sounds like Grant ajnd is Gkant all the way through, life eays he takes the oath ¦without mental reservation, with the determination to do all that is required of hiirr. :-'H« ieels the responsibilities of the .'position, bat does not fear to meet t'lve'in'. He did cot seek the office, and therefore commences its duties untrammeled. He will express his views'onall 'questions, and exercise the veto power whenever he thinks it desirable: He will, on al! subjects, have a policy to recommend, but none' to enforce against the will of the people. He will execute all laws whether he approves of them or not. Remembering-...

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

Jojjh JrPEATtCB, formerly a mem-1 er of Caftgr'ess from this Congressional Patriot,, is now Chairman of tho Executive"Committee of the Surry Land aj>d:Lumber Association of Yirginia,i---We hope he will "make a grand thing of itT" Wlearh from our exchanges, just before going to press, that Mr, Stew-AKT,in consequence of the law ofl 789, rendering him ineligible,has resigned, and that Baatwell of Mass., has been appointed .Secretary, of the Treasury, in his stead. —The train.bound west on the Un ion Pacific Railroad, which has been so long blocked by snow in the Black fliita passed through to the termiaus Saturday. The eastward bound through fr'ain reached Laramie Sat arday afternoon.

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

The best thing the Democrats can <!o. n^w ?in-ce Grant has refused to }!::<•-: v^-^i.ig Co -^o 'v;;h il-mu ;?, to mil tttii .Republican party, 'ibe bo^ks :re "i^'-'i. •?...!'¦' '•

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

Election Frauds It is passing strange that, in all the cases of election frauds-examined by Congress, not a single case of fraudulent voting has been discovered on the part of the Republican party. The Republicans, rely, simply. upon the strength of their principles, and the intelligence of their adherents. The Democratic party, knowing that the peo<- pie had lost confidence in the organiza> tion, determined to carry Pennsylvania, New York and New. Jersey by.fraud. How nearly theysuceeeeed in our State, and the means employed-by Wallace & Co., last October^ are known to all. The facts brought to light by the investigation of the Committee of Congress fully demonstrate that New York was earned for Seymour and Hoffman by fraud, the most widfeed and damn; ing. They demonstrate fully that Gbiswold was fairly elected.Grovernor of that State, and that Gen. Gbant had a large majority ever Seymours of all the legal votes east. Out of; the great mass of evidence t...

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

Secretary, of the .Treasury Old. and forgotten laws,vsays. the-Commercial,- are' inconvenient sometimes.; The law of 1789, which makes Mr. Stewari\ -as a shipper a'nd^ as negotiator of public securities, ineligible to the position of Secretary of the Treasury, is the latest instance. Of the existence of such a law, neither President Grant, ME Stewart, nor the Senate, appear to have been aware —a fact thatis suggestive of disuse.arid perhaps misuse, in the past. However t'ais may have been, it must be repealed, or the country cannot have the services of Mr. Stewart, for he canjiot beexpected to divest himself of his vast business to accept.. an office which, at best, must impose a greater sacrifice titan-men usually make, even to get into the Cabinet. A. bill to repeal the resurrected-law- having been objected to by Mr. Sumner, who, it is said, will resist, with all his power, it may, perhaps; foe considered yet doubtful who will be the Secretary of the Treasury, especially a...

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

Greely Endorses the Cabinet . - Horace" "(trebly telegraps from Washington city to the Tribune, his entire approval of the new Cabinet, He says the Cabinet means business, emphatically. Each man was chosen bv Gen. Grant expressly to aid him in carrying cut tbe programme, of economy and integrity embodied in the inaugural. .-.-.-*'- Tn relation to Mr. STF.WAWT\he tel-?i;--:=,-'h?-a&f';Ji»'-»s: ''Mr. A. T. SffcW> S3.r s-&;j £iiu^:s4 a*-iLsi'":£;ii whose v*ry nam" would give Kn-'her assu- rance that our debt would be' paid to the utmost, and as fast as our creditors can desire. Mr. Stewart has only to apply to the collection and disbursement of the revenue,the same principles and methods which have secured him such eminent success as a .tierchant, to restore the Government to solvency and financial prosperity. Ho is not a politician, and he will manage the Treasury purely as a business concern, with intent to raise the largest possible revenue at the sm...

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