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IDDRKSB OF R. H. FORSTKR,
Delivered he (ere the Reunion
eftbe Veteran Club ef Cen
tre comity at Howard
Pa, Sep. 82nd. IST7.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN', AND
COMRADES OF THE VETERAN
CLUB OF CENTRE COUNTY;—AS ap
propriate to the occasion • which
brings us together, I propose to en
tertain you for a short time as well
as I can, with a statement of the
organizations which our county sent
into the field under the various calls
for troops in the late war of the re
bellion; and also with a brief review
of the services of a regiment well
known to you, and to whose carreer
many of you s till glauce back with
profound interest au£ tonest pride.
THREE MONTIIS SERVICE.
Under the first call for 75,000
in§n to serve three months, the
State of Pennsylvania furnished
twenty-five regiments. Centre
oounty was represented in these reg
iments by five companies, as fol
lows: Company H, 4d Regiment;
Company H, 4th Regiment; Com
pany H, 7th Regiment; Company B,
10th Regiment; Company I, lotli,
Regimeut. The aggregate number
of these companies was about 400
rank and file, and their service, with
• the exception of II company of the
4th regiment, was with the array
of General Patterson, in Maryland,
and in the Shenandoah Valley, Vir
ginia. II company, of the 4th reg
boent, served at Annapolis, Wash
ington, Alexandria and Fairfax.
In the army of General McDoweli
the regiment belonged to the Ist
.brigade, 3d diVison.
While it was not the fortune of
. these troops to pass through hloody
battles, they doubtless experienced
many of the toils, hardships and
prorations ef an army compaign in
the field. An incident befell Com
pany I, of the 15th regiment, which
caused much excitement in tbe
county, and extrem anxiety to tl*e
friends of members of tbe company.
The 15th regimeut, with Gen. Pat
terson, crossed the Pott mac from
Maryland into Virginia, on the 2d
day of July, 1861. Soon after the
crossiug had been effected, a de
tachment of Company L, consisting
of an officer and thirty-four men,
was deployed to the front as kir
misuers. These skirmishers had not
proceeded far until tkey weie sur
rounded and the entire party cap
tured by Ashby *s cavalry. The
captors were mistaken for Union
soldiers and their approach was not
opposed. When the mistake was,
discovered it was too late to resist
As pisoners of war, these men were
immediately marched on foot to
Richmond, and as tbev were among
the first captures they attracted
much attention, and, under the hot
animosities of the hour, were no
doubt the objects of many taunts
and insults. After some time they
were sent to New Orleans, where
they remained in confinement until
the approach of Butler and Farra
gutt in April, 18G2, threatened that
city, when they were removed to
Salisbury. N. C. Soon after their
arrival at the latter place, they were
.exchanged, after having Keen held
nearly a year. Six of the number
died while prisoners; a proportion
of their number that would scarce,
ly nave been greater had they been
obliged to undergo the chances of a
THE THREE TEARS SERVICE.
The battle of Bull Run was fought
July 20th, 1861, and while its results
were indeed humiliating to the TTn
fnide. It had the effect of arous
ing the North to a realizing sense of
the fact that it hod a great war,
probably of long duration, on hand
It also demonstrated the utter folly
of sending levies of raw and andis
cipiined militia, With short terms of
service, into the field, in the expec
tation that armies made up of such
material would fight successful bat
tic. Many of the illusions of the
liour were dispelled, and when the
call for 300.000 men to serve three
years came, the patriotic sentiment
of the couutry proved equal to the
emergency, and responded with fer
vor aDd alacrity. In the three years
service the following are the organ
isations credited to Centre county:
Company E. sth Penn. Reserves;
Company E, Ist Penna. Cavalry,
Company A, 45tb Regiment; Com
pany D, 45th Regiment; Company
E, 45 Regiment; Company A, 49th
Regiment; Company G„ 49th Regi
ment; Company G # Mat Regiment;
Company F, 56tb Regiment; Coua-
Jf sGth Reg : Company A, 148 Reg.;
Company B, 148 th Reg.; Company
C, 148 th Reg.; Company D, 148 th
Reg,; Company F, 148 Reg.; Com
pany G, 148 th Reg.; Company 11,
148 th Regiment.
We have seventeen companies, or
an aggregate of 1,000 men. In ad
dition to these companies credited
wholly to Centre county, Company
li, of the; 45th, is credited to Centre
and Lancaster; Company D, of the
53d, to Centre and Clearfield; Com
pany I, of the 56th. to Center and
Luzerne; Company F, 2d Cavalry,
to Centre and Clearfield; Company
E, 7th Cavalry, to Centre and Clin
ton; Company E, of the 93d, to Cen
tre and Clinton, and Company K,
of the 110 th, to Centre and Clear
field. Centre county 4c also credited
with men in the 'lßth cavalry, the
184 th and in one year service in the
210 th. In these the oompany or
ganizations to which the men lie
longed are not given. The 2ounty
was not represented in the nine
months volunteer or in the nine
months diafted service, though one
of the regiments of the latter was
commanded by a Centre county sol
dier, who had previously served
with distinction in one of the three
year regiment-s. The aggregate of
Centre county men in the various
companies and regiments named
could no have been less than 2,000.
MILITIA OF 1882 AND 1608.
In the militia called into service
for protectiou of the State in 1862,
at the time of Lee's invasion of
Maryland, the county sent the fol
lowing companies into the field:
Company D, 12th Regiment; Com
pany C, 23d Bdrfiaient; Company F,
23d Regiment, and in the emergen
cy of 1863, when Pennsylvania was
invaded aud the battle of Gettys
burg fought, -fowr -comparies were
furnished, as follows: Company A,
46th Regiment; Company C, ,46th
Regiment; Company C, Independent
Battalion; Company D, Independent
Battalion. To give a history ot the
service of the organizations would
be to repeat the events of >war
in almost every locality west of the
Mississippi that was trod by the
footsteps of a soldier. It would be
to tell again the story of Patterson
in the Shenandoah Valley; of T. W.
Sherman at Hilton lie id and the
sea islands; of Burnside at Roanoke
Islaed and Newberu; of McClellan
on the Peuinsula, and again at
Cramnton's Gap, South Mountain
and Antietam; of Pope on thq R ipi
dan, the Rappahannock and Bull
Run; of Burnside in 1562, at Fred
ericksburg and latter at Knoxville;
of Hooker at Chancellorsville; of
Mead at Gettysburg, Bristoe and
Mine Run; of those who went to
Vicksburg and faced Johnston on
therbig Black and at Jackson; of
Thomas at Nashville, aud of that
long, bloody and toilsome campaign
from the Rapidan to the James,
thence to Petersburg with its trying
days, and finally on to the surrender
at Appomatox. It would be far too
much for the occasion, and I can
therefore only attempt a rapid sketch
of the 148th—the regiment with
which I was in a humble way iden
THK 148 th.
Early in the month of August,
1862. and partly with a view to save
Centre county from the operations
ef-the draft then pending, it was
thought that a regiment of volun
teers might be raised In addition to
the auraerous companies already in
the feM frera tiro -county. -Under
the inspiration and influence *of
many prominent citizens, public
meetings were held iu various por
tions of the county, and earnest ap
peals were made to the young men
to enlist, especially to those of some
of the townships which up to that
time had not given as#bany men to
the army as it was thought they
might. By energetic and unceasing
efforts, before the end of the month
came, seven oempanies, numbering
over 600 men, were recruited, and
taken to Camp Curtin, at Harris
burg. For tbe time being it was
thought this about exhausted the
material of the county. These seven
companies were composed entirely
of Centre county men, except a
sturdy little baud from the wilds of
Cameron county, who joined Com
pany F, at Harrisburg. Three oth
er companies—twa from Jefferson
and Indiana and one from Clarion
were united to the seven, and form
ed the regiment known as the 148 t
h regiment was organized on the
Bch day of September, 1862. The
Centre county companies were A 4
F, G, and H; the Jefferson
and Indiana and Clarion companies,
E, I and K.. The regiment march
ed from Camp Curtinon the evening
of the 6th of September. atsd imme
diately began its career of service.
The Army of the Potomac had
been withdrawn from the Peninsula,
Pope had been forced back to the
defences of Washington, and Lee
was about to invade Maryland. To
protect the northern communica
tions with Washington, therefore,
became an urgent necessity, and,
the 143 th was one of the regiments
placed on duty along the railway
north of Baltimore. Starting by
rail from Ilarrisburg, the morning
uf the 9th ound as at Cockeyville
15 miles from Baltimore. Camps
were formed ft Cockey vllle, Rutherg.
vttle, Gunpowder Bridge, Phoenix
and Glencoe, covering about twelve
miles of the railroad,'with the regi
mental headquarters at Coakeyville.
The battles of Smith Mountain and
Antictam were -in the meAHtime
fought and the tide of war again
flowed back to Virginia. We still
remained in Maryland, and under a
rigid system of drills and inspec
tions the regiment made rapid pro
gress in discipline, and in all duties
of the soldier in camp. About the
only drawback to efficiency was in
the arms received at Ilarrifcburg—a
short, heavy, unwieldly, worthless
gun, surmounted by an ugly sabre
bayonet and called tlie Vincennes
rifle, calibre 09. When wo joined
the army of the Potomac, carrying
these ugly implements of destruc
tion— though they were not very
dangerous— tne boys were often
taunted wttlf beiug heavy artillery
or dismounted cavalry, oracrossbe
tween the two—the gun represent
ing the one arm of service and the
sabre bayonet the other. To their
credit, however, be it said, they lore
all with as good grace as possible*
though- sometimes it did make thein
* little angry. These arms were Af
terwards exchanged for bright, new
Springfleld rifles, and there were no
more jeers or taunts.
The armies in Virginia confronted
eacli other at Fredericksburg, and
in the month-efcDeceraber, the 148 th
was ordered from the pleasant camps
of the past three months -to the
front. Passing through Baltimore
and Washington—a tiresome march
to Liverpool Point—thence by ferry
boars across the Potomac to Ac quia
Creek Landing—another march of
twelve or fifteen miles on a cold
dreary, drizzly afternoon and night
to Falmouth, and on the 18th of De
cember we became a part of the
army of the Potomac, joining the
Ist brigade, Ist-division, 2d Army
Corps. From that time until the
end of the war the fortunes of the
regiment were ideutffied with the
. oi eratioiiß of that aimy.
We marched to Chancellovsville,
and in the struggle of May Ist, 2nd
and 3d, 1863, the metal of our
ranks was fiist tested, and thssever
tv of the test is shown by the long
sad list of killed and wounded. The
result of the battle was unfortunate,
aud we tramped ba.-k, through mud
•and rain, to the odd-camp uear Fal
-ooouNi. The prospect was not en
couraging. A short ten days previ
ous we had gone for h cheerful and
ouoyant, with full ranks in splendid
array. Just before we started the
Governor of the State locked imon
us, his neighbors and friends, with
pride swelling his warm heart, and
he spoke eloquent, hopeful words to
us. After our return he eaw us
agaiu, and to him what-a sorrowful
contrast! The ranks were no longer
full; many noble fellows, well known
to him, bad fallen; many others
were suffering from painful wounds;
and withal there was no success to
cheer and compensate. Vain in
deed were his efforts to conceal his
sad emotions. Looks or words
could not hide them, and few that
heard his touching and pathetic ad
dress in that disma l camp will ever
: forget it. Among those who fell
were Lieuts. Wm. 11. Bible and
Frank Stevenson, both of Company
C. Both were well known in the
regiment and sadly missed. Lieut.
Bible was cast in nature 1 * biggest
mould. His tall, commanding form
always attracted notice, while his
an any excellent traits had drawn
nearly all of his brother officers to
ward him in ties of warm friend
slap. Lieut. Stevenson -disc had
tnatry friende, who will not soon
permit the remembrance of his hap
py, jovial disposition to drop from
But it is not for soldirrs tc brood
long in gloom and despair over the
past. A few weeks given to recu
peration, and the regiment was once
more ready for the fleM wlieuever
the summons should come. For
this we did not have long to wait.
Lee had begun his movement north
which culminated at Gettysburg,
and earlv in June, with the 2nd
corps, we started in the same direc
tion, matching byway of Stafford,
Dumfries and Oecoquan to Ceutre
viile, and from Centreville to Thor
oughfare Gap, where we remained
a number of days. Here we found
some of the cavalry of the enemy
hovering on our rear and flanks.
They were not iu sufficient force to
do much damage, but could cause
annoyance, delay movements, occa
sionally kill 3r wound a skirmisher
and pick up the stragglers. Thus
it happened when we started from
the Gap, we were obliged to make
the march with some circumspec
tion, and, in coming out, the head
and flanks of the column were cover
ed be a portion of the 148 th deployed
as skirmishers and flankers. There
was little or no deloy in the march,
though a hattary in position near
Ilaymarket for a short time made it
slightly unpleasant for the rear.
Thenee we moved by Gum Springs
to the Potomac, which was erossed
at Edward's Ferry, and we reached
the Monocacy, near Frederick in
Maryland, on the 28Ji day of June.
Continued in next issue), \
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Manufacturer and Dealer in
STOVEPIPE ft TRIMMINGS,
SPOUTING and FRUIT CANS.
Would respectfully Inform the public tint
be keeps on hand or makes to orttar
all Rinds of Tixwarb, Brow*.
SSPOOTINB A SPECIALITY !
always on band.
Repairing done at
abort uoUce. Having
aome ten year* experience
In the business he flatter* him
self that his work la fully equal to
any In this section of the country. A
share of the public's patronage is respect
fully solicited. Nhop, aero red floor ef
PssU's Store, Milllaelaa, Feu*.
TTfo fffilf man one and one-half dor
W w Wlt ten of the most beautiful
"""new Chromos, in French
oil color, ever seen for tl.uo. Thev are
mounted In 8 x 10 Mack enametd and gold
mats oval opeulng and outsells anything
now before the public. Batislaction guar.:n
teed. Two samples for 25 cents, or six for
50 cent Send lO cents for grand ill ustrated
catalogue with ehrorao of Moonlight on the
Rhine, or 20 cents for two Landscape and
Calla Lilies on hack ground. J. A. LATH
AM & CO. 419 Washington St Boston Mass.
J. ZELEER & SON,
Ro. 6.|Brnckerhoff ?Row,
Medicines, Toilet Articles, Drugs, &c.
A Pull Stock of Goods of Superior Quality always Jon Hand.
OHAMOTB SKINS for 10 cents and upwards. CARRIAGE
SPONGES, 15 cents and upwards. A eljare of the publio patron
age respectfully solicited,.
D AVID F. FORTNEV,
43x1 Y. PA
Relieving It to be BY FAB the best Parlor
snd Orchestral Or fan manufactured. we
challenge any manufacture! to equal tbem.
The celebrated (Jolden Tongue Reeds in this
organ In conjunct lon with the Perfected
Reed Board* produce sweet, pure and pow
erful tones. Superb cases of newandclegant
designs. Ministers, teachers, churches
schools, lodges, etc.. should send for price
list and discounts.
Dealers will find it to their advantage to
examine this instrument, t has improve
ments found in no other. Correspondence
Best offer ever given. Money refunded
■pou return of organ and freight charges
paid by me (Daniel F. Beatty) both ways if
unsatisfactory, after a test trial of five days
Organ warranted for six years. Agentodto
count given even-where have no agent
Agents wauted. Address,
DAMEL F. BEATTY,
Niwhisgteu, New Jersey, (J. .A.
WATCHES ! !_ JEWELRY ! !
XOMAIXE GOLD. so extensively worn Id Pari*, was first discovered In ifWL by t km
celebrated French chemist, lloiw. D. w Laitnte, who maimfactaisd It Into Jewelry, and
for five years sold It to the lending Jewelers of Paris for SOLID GOLD, In I&TSTwmd h*s
wmT J-°f of ,K he Jcwelei s established a stock cowsahb
a purpose of manufatfurtng DO MAINE GOLD JEWEL.
Jw a !l ihe aid of Improved machinery
\}™x * enabled to produce all the latest pattern* of jewelrv at less than on***bth of Sol
f?om the S ?l*ivC!u a e! iaa y *" °° lor wWeh ® 9 U even for experts to detest It
Wehave secured the exclusive agency of the United States and nhwrte tor Ihn eh of
all good* manufactured from this metal, and in order to introduce them in thclsoKt aneedy
maimer, have put up assorted sample lots as Riven below, which we will sett at nnafmn
the retail value untU January Ist, W&. Head the list. * omasamn
50* CENT LOT. . JtS.OO L#T,
One Gent's Watch Chain retail price 100 Jddles* Opera Guard Chain.
<me pair Engraved Sleeve Buttons re. pr. 78 2°® Ladles Neck Chain ami Crone.
one ihone Set Scarf Pin *• 78 0" beautiful Locked (Cagraved).
One set (3) Spiral Shirt Studs, " •' 75 i One pair Band Bracelets,.
One improved *Mrr Collar Button," " 55 G_ ne Went'a Twist Link Vest Chain ft Ghana.
One heavy plain Wedding King. 1 25 pair Onyx Sleeve Rations.
_ I One set (3) Onyx Shirt Studs.
T0ta1....... *5 00 ; One new improved Cellar Batten.
For 50 cents we will send above six articles 9 ne extra cut Cameo Seal Ring.
Postpaid. One Ariiona SolitafVe Stud.
Hl.nn !OT. ,1." !<**'"• * —— B
Owe heavy band Engagement Ring. $5.00 LOT.
One set R) Kngmved Bracelets. One Ladles' Opera Chain, with aHda and
One Ladies Long Guard or Neck Chain. _ tassel. (retail price $5.00)
One Engraved Miniatur locket for the above. ° n ® Gent's heavy Watch Chain, with Curb
Oue Gent s Heavy Unk Watch Chain. charm, (retail price, i&OUi)
One Lake George Diamond Stod. One ladies' heavy long Neck Chain. .
14 aa i ik* ° ,,e ®leaf Chased Miniature Locket for alt
T . -j , 1™ . LIFT. One set Cameo Medaliou Pin and Ear Drop*.
r\ 1? 9? w!n and Charm. One pair (2) heavy Chased Band Braoeletr
One w? rd Chain for w # ch. One Cents Solitaire Diamond Stttd.
A J One Gvmt's Cluster Diamond Fin.
"5® Miniature Locker. Owe pair Amethyst or Onyx Sleeve Batten*.
One viv wilrtJfeno. r,r p ♦ 1 (3) f£ uds to match tb * above.
X?® 7^yb e f*y w egffllng or Engagement ring One elegant heavy set Cameo Seal ***!
rP2 -.? heavy Watch Chain with Charm. One Massive Band or Wedding
One pair I earl Inlaid Sleeve Buttons. One new t- pateut" Collar Bstton
One Lake George Cluster Pin. | One lldles'Chemise Button
One pair (2) heavy band Bracelets. One Amethyst or Topaz King, \ extra finish.)
i*ri<J AVfJk 1 fr1^?. th sy t,c,eßi i n ® a<^1 Mm P ,e lot amount* to exactly ten times the
price we ask for the lot; for example our SI.OO lot retails for $10.00; our $5.00 lot for $60.00.
~,1 ot i e Komalne Gold Hunting-Case >Vateh, Gent*' or Ladres' size,
post Data ti,n<! and look equally as well as a fI.TO gold watch. By mod
££?..•.£ l . , ls BEST to AGENTS, and Is woith a triei, as the watch
SBMfiS , yi^£ or f n ,m *y°° to *>■ Gents" or ladies' Walei atone, $7 or $$
sMde aiui taase? Fattem Vest cLain and Cbarui. or Ladies' Oper* Chain with
-REMEMrtER.^ This offer only holds good until Jan. Ist, 1878. After that time we
have to w WholeiMUe dwale,s - and au y one wishing our goods wfll then
~ i u . l ',e GoTd is the best, and. in fact, the only Imitation of genuine gold made, being
hor^!l#L^ n i I,S ' , aJI our K <XK j s are made in the latest gold patterns,
will guarantee satisfaction in every Instance, or refund money.
W. F. EVANS, & CO. Sole Agt's for IJ. 8., and Csnads,
03 ft $7 bonth Clerk street, Chime*. 111.
IR LEWTBBURO CALL A*
Market Street, * Bear Third,
Whert you will find a fuß Una of
Consisting of LsdlH, Misses and Chll-
Arena Hits mad Bonnet*, trimmed
and untridined. The largest assortment of
ssdlea* Dreaa Trimaelafi, Heeiery
Glovea, Hair Gowda, Jewel*? sat
FURS, FURS, FURS,
The bad assortment west of Philadelphia
all at the lowest prices.
Black Walnut Motto Framea at
Country Product taken in Exchange*
LEWIS BURG. FEXXA.
Or. S. BUiiß,
Flrtt Class to all respects I*4
We wish an agent male or female, In each
town of this county, to get dp Clubs among
nraides, ho!els, factories. Oc.. for the sale
oi our Teas, and will offer very liberal com
missions to such. We have been importers
of Teas for over 20 years, and eaa afford to
send, and we will send a better article for
the money than any other bouse In New
York. Our Teas are put np In one peund
packages, with the name aui price printed
Address, for terms aud Mask term for
LOJ&ON A NEW YORK CHINA TSACO.,
r. O. Box 574. No. 9! Church ttt. New York'
Because the most resort*We store in Bells
fonte Is that of T
8. & A LOEB.
We deal in all kinds of General Merchan
dise and have just received an
. which |e now being sold at
Remarkably Low Prices
Dry Goods, Clothing,
Boots ft Shoes,
Groceries, < Carpets.