The Bellefonte Republican. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1869-1909, July 28, 1869, Image 1
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Job Work of every variety, such as Pos ters, Bill-heads, Letter- heads,Cards, Checks, Envelopes, Paper Books, Programmes, Blanks, &c., &c., executed in the best style with promptness, and at the most reasona ble rates. Address ail communications relating to business of•this office. to A. B. lIUTCIIISON & CO., Bellefonte, Pa LODGES. Bellefonte Masonic Lodge, No 268. A. Y. M, meets on Tuesday evening of or before thv Full Moon. Constans Commandory. No. 33, K. T., meets second Friday of each month. I. 0. 0. F. Centre Lodge, No. 153, meets every Thursday evening at theit Bush's Arcade. Forthe conferring of Degrees the Ist Sat urday evening of each month. For Degree of Rebecca, second Saturday of every month. L 0. 'G. T.—This Lodge meets every Mon ( ay evening. Bellefonte Church Directory. Presbyterian church, Spring St., services at at 11 a. in., and 71 p. m ; No pastor at present. This congregation are now erecting f: new church, in consequence of which the regular religious services will be held in the Coutt House until further notice. Methodist Episcopal Church, High St., ser vices 101: a. m., and 71p. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Rev. Jas. Mullen, pastor. St. John's Episcopal Church, High St., ser vices at 101 a. in., and 71: p. m. Rev. Byron McGann, pastor. Lutheran Church, Linn St., services 101 a. m., and 71 p. m. Rev. J. a. Ilackenberger, pastor. Reformed Church, Linn St., no pastor at present Catholic Church, Bishop St: services 101 a. m., and 3 p. In. - Rev. T. McGovern, pastor. United Brethren Church, High Street, west side of creek; services-- African M, E. Church, west side of creek ; services at - 11 a. m., and 71 p. m. Rev. Isaac Pinoell, pastor. - BAKEBIES NTEW BAKERY AND CONFECTION ERY. BUSH'S ARCADE, HIGH STREET, BELLEFONTE, PENN . A. Z. T. GUDYKIINST, Having purchased from Adam Dori:l:Lehner, his first class Bakery and Confectionery, and having added largely to his stock, is now prepared to furnish the public with good fresh BREAD, PIES, CAKES, CON FECTIONS, and everything in his line, at all times. In connection with the above, is A FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM SALOON for Ladies and Gentlemen, which will be open during the summer. Pic-nits, private parties, can be supplied with all kinds of Confections, Ice Cream, Cakes and Fruits on very short notice. my1.9'69-Iy. Z. T. GUDYKUNST. N EW BAKERY. The undersigned respect fully invites the attention of the citizens of Bellefonte and Vicinity, to his NEW BA.KERY, on Bishop Street, as the only place whore the best quality of BRED, CARES, PIES, CONFECTIONERIES, MINCE MEAT of our own Manufacture. The best and neatest Ice Cream accom modations in the town. A room neatly fur nished and carpeted, on - first floor, for la dies and gentlemen, and a room on second floor for private parties—ladies and gentle men fie prides himself on the superior quality and flavor of his Ice Cream, and most cordially invites his friends and the public generally,to call and realize the truth of the assertion, that McDowell makes the best Ice Cream in town. - ja13'69,1y. S. J. McD OWELL, Ag't MEAT MEAT ?11ARKTIT N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposite Court house BELLEFONTE, PENN'A JESSE MORGAN, Would respectfully call the attention of tic citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, to the su perior quality of FRESH MEAT ! FRESH MEAT ! Constantly to be found on hand BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, always on hand - . FURNITURE WARE ROOM.. Howard Street, Bellefonte, Pa. WHERE BUREAUS, SOFAS, LOUNGES, HAT RACKS„- WHAT-NOTS, EXTENSION TABLES, STANDS, CHAIRS, STOOLS, f every description, quality and price, for, Bale cheaper than at other estab lishment of the kind in Central Penn'a. UNDERTAKER. Ready made Coffins, of all sizes and prio kept constantly on hand. Also Cof fins manufactured to order. .- ja6'69.ly. H. P. HARRIS. F URNITURE WAREROOM. Manufacturer and Dealer in all kinds of SOFAS, W Oi 1.. 4 E TABLES, ROCKING CHAIRS, &c a very fine selection of the latest styles of MOST REASONABLE RA TES My prices are all as low, for every article as IN ORDER TO SATISFY YOURSELVES je2'69-6 , n MTILLIAMS & CANAN MANUFACTURERS OF COTTAGE FUR NITURE. ILL KINDS OF TURNED WORK At our new establishment near the Belle fonte Planing Mill we now manufacture Cottage Furniture, Chair Stands, Turned Failing, Cant-Hook Handles, and turned work of Every Description throughout Central Pennsylvania, we in vi•e you to call and see us. We are prepar ed to furnish you with 4LL THE TURNED WORK NEEDED in your business, cheaper than you can purchase in any OTHER PORTION of TUE COUNTRY— CAN PURCHASE IN THE CITY OUR MACHINERY is the VERY BEST, and tur facilities for obtaining lumber ena ble us not only to compete with, but to UNDERSELL ANY OTHER ESTABLISHMENT CALL AND EXAMINE OUR WORK WILLIAMS & CANAN, je2'69-Iy. Bellefonte, Pa HAS. T. FRYBERGER, J Wholesale and Retail Dealer in TOBACCO AND SEGARS, BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL, SIX TWIST, NAVY, lb and lb. Cut and Dry Smoking Tobacco of all kinds, also Segars of all grades and prices at $l3. per thousand, and • upwards. PIPES, SEGAR CASES. And all the various kinds of articles usually kept in a Tobacco Store. Goods will be sold wholesale at manefacturer's prices. Give us a trial. I in vite all to comp and see for themselves. Store —Opposite Brockerhoff Rouse. feb3'69.ly. NEW TOBACCO STORE. ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, RI., respectfully informs the public that tley have opened anew WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TOBACCO STORE in the new building recently erected by J.B Butts, where they have a large stock of ~ TOBACCO, SEGAR3, MEERSHAUM PIPES, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, he very best and of all brands, togethar with a large assortment of GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing G 00D3 In connection pith the above, they bwe also opened an extensive FASHIONABLE EATING HOU on European principles. Evarything in,tle best of style. VEAL, POULTRY, Ice., ja6'69.tf. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. apr2l'69-Iy. L. A. MILLER dp CO. F U ItNITURE The Proprietor has spared no pains in fur nishing the house with new furniture. The beds and bedding are the very best; the rooms commodious and well ventilated. The accommodations, boarding. &c., are equal to any of the high priced Hotels. Only 25 cents for meals. Thankful for past favors, he solicits their continuance, and promises satisfaction to all.. MATRASSES, I . Varri;62-Iy. WM. BROIyN, 'P/opr t .. • NATIO. .. , . - NAL HOTE L : NAL HOTEL JOHN BRACIIBILL, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, LOUNGES, COTTAGE BEDSTEOS, SPRING BOTTOM BEDS, I also kco constantly on hand WALL PAPER, at the they can be in this mrkaet Call and examine my stock JOHN BRACHBILL, (Old Stand) Spring St., Bellefonte, Pa; The trade supplied with CABINET MAKERS cheaper than you in the whole country and prices TOBACCO & SEG_ABS.. LEVI A. MILLER .i COMPANY, . _ , • "Let us See to it, that a Government of the People, for.-the Peo ple, and by4he Piciplei shall not Perish from the Earth:'—[A. Lulus's.] ._ . - CONRAD HOUSE. ALLEGHENY ST, BELLEFONTE, PA. (Opposite the Brockerhoff House.) A. HOTEL ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN, Licensed by the Court of Centie County. FIRST CLASS BAR, RESTAURANT, ROOMS AND STABLING AN EXCELLENT BILLIARD - ROOM, with 3 tables, new and in perfect condition, Give the Conrad House a trial. H. H. KLINE, jy.21'69-Iy. Proprietor OUR HOUSE The undersigned adopts this method of informing his friends and the public gener ally that le continues to keep the Hotel on `the Corner of :Allegheny and Bishop Sts., known by the cognomen of "0 UR HOUSE." CHAIRS, MILLHEIM, CENTRE COUNTY, PA. The undersigned adopts this method of informing the travelling community, and citizens generally, that he has .refitted and furnished anew throughout, with first class furniture, this well known and established house—the NATIONAL HOTEL, Millheim, Pa. He is well prepared to furnish first class accommodations to all who desire to snake a hotel their Home, or pleasant tem-- porary abode. The custom of the travelling public, and the surrounding country, is re spectfully solicited. Courteous and atten tive servants are engaged at this popular Hotel. The Stabling is the very best, and none but careful and accommodatini*t_ lers are employed.. JONATHAN KREMER., jyl4'69-Iy. Prop'/.. p LEASAN T GAP ROTEL. The un dersigned having purchased thealotel prop. orty at Pleasant Gap, adopts this method of informing his friends in part cular, l and the travelling community generally, that he has refitted and furnished his house in the best style. HIS TABLIE will be supplied with the best the market will afford, and is the very best, and the proprietor prides hims3lf therefore, upon the fact that his ac commodations, both for man and beast, can not be surpassed by any Hotel in the coun try. His old friends, as well as strangers and travellers, are most cordially invited sail. wir. rcKpoFF, mar24'69 ly. Pleasant Gap, Pa. ROCKE-WIOFF HOUSE; • ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA HOUSEAL & KROM, Proprietors. A FIRST CLASS ROTEL-CONFORTARLF. ROOMS, PROMPT ATTENDANCE. ALL THE MODERN CONVENIENCES, AND REASONABLE CHARGES. The proprietors offer to the traveling public, and to their country friends,first class acoommodations and careful at tention to the wants of guests at all times, at fair rates. Careful hostlers and good sta bling for horses. An excellent table well served. A Bar supplied with fine li quors. Servants well trained and evory• thing requisite in a first class Hotel. Our location is in the business part of the town. near the Post Office, the Court House, the Churches, the Banks, and the principal pla ces of business, renders it the most el igible place for those who visit Belle fonte on business or for pleasure. An OMNIBUS WILL CARRY PASSENGERS and baggage to and from all. trains. free. of charge. f- GARMAN'S HOTEL. DAN'L GARMAN, Prop'r This long established and well known Ho tel, situated on the southeast corner of the Diamond, opposite the Court House, having been purchased by the undersigned, he an nounces to the former patrons of this estab lishment and to the traveling public gener ally, that he has thoroughly refitted his house, and is prepared to render the most satisfactory accommodation to all who may favor him with their patronage. No pains will be spared on his part to add to the con. venience or comfort of his guests. All who stop with him will find His TABLE abundantly supplied with the most sumptuous fare the market will afford, done, up in style, by the most experienced cooks. HIS BAR will always contain the choicest of liquors. HIS STABLING is best in town, and will al ways be attendedbythemost trustworthy and attentive hostlers. Give him a call, one and all, and he feels confident that all will be satisfied with their accommodation. AN EXCELLENT LIVERY is attached to this establishment, which strangers from abroad will find greatly to their advantage. ja6'69.ly. A RCADE SALOON -- GEO. M. PECK, Proprietor. hereby inform my friends aid the public generally that I continue to keep the ARCADE SALOON, in Bush's Block, adjoinirg Howell, Gilli land & Ce's. Store. Meals can be obtained at ALL HOURS during the day. Oysters. the very best, cooked in every style. Meals provided for Regular Boarders when order ed, and at reasonable rates. Thankful to the r üblic for past favors, the continuation oft so favors is respectfully solicited. f 17'69.1y. G. M. PECK. THE GEM RESTAURANT MEALS AT ALL HOURS THE undersigned avails himself of this method of informing the citizens of Belle fonte and vicinity, and the traveling com munity in general, that he has opened a first class GEM RESTAURANT, in the basement of Bush Az McLaine's new hotel near the Pa. R. R. Depot. Ile keeps constantly on hand Oysters in every style, Roast Chicken, Pork Steak, Ham and Eggs, Fresh Fish . , Veal Cutlets, Cod Fish Ba:ls,Baked Fish, Roast Turkey,Beefsteak, Fried Sausage, Mutton chaps, Tea and Coffee Clam Chowner, Lombs Fries, Fried Eels, and everything to suit the taste Feeling assured that general satisfaction will be given, he invites ill to pay him a visit. JOHN MALIPUANT. ja13'69.1y. Bellefonte, Pa HOTELS. HIS BAR with the best of Liquors HIS STABLING RESTAURANTS . ~, BELLEFONTE, PA :JULY '..§ 1.86 W- r:-- - .-.-- - - s';'.'""- . PROFESSIONAL CARDS. T G. LOVE, " Attorney at Law, t/ a Bellefonte, Pa. Office on High St. ja6'69.ly. JAMES H. RANKIN, Attorney at Law, Bellefonte; Pa: Office in Armory building, 2nd !loon ' ja6'69.ly. E. C. Minns, PrcB't. 5. P. HARRIS, Carder FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Bellefonte Allegheny St., Bellefonte Pe. ja6_'69. I=2 T INN Is FURST, Attorneys—at-Law, 1-1 Bellefonte, Pa. jaG'69.tf. H N. If ALLISTER. JAMES A. BEAVER. M'ALLISTER BEAVER, Attorneys at-Law, Bellefonte Perin'a: ja6T9.ly, EDMUND BLANCHARD. EVAN N. BLANCHARD. E& E. M. BLANCHARD, Attorneys-at . Law, Allegheny St., Bellefonte, Pa. ja6'69.).y. WNV. BROWN, Attorney-at-Law, . Bellefonte, Penn'a., will attend promptly to all business entrust,d to his care: " ja6'69-1y: JOHN H. ORVIS. CYRUS T. ALEXANDER. RVIS & ALEXANDER; Attorneys-at kJ Law, Bellefonte; Pa. Office in. Conrad House,,Allegbeny St. ja6'69,rly. . WJ. • KE.A_LSII., Attorney-at . Law, Bellefonte, Pa., will attend faithfully to all business entrusted to his 'care. Deeds, Bonds, dbc, executed in the best style. niarlO'69 A UCCUSTUS HIBLER M. D. Ph*sieian al. and Surgeon. Office at his residence near the Quaker Meeting House. Will attend to air business in his profession at alltimes and at all hours. • je16'•69.13r. URIAH STOVER, Licensed Autioneer, will attend to - all sales entrusted to his care. Charges reasonable. Address, Uriah stover, Houserville; Centre Co., Pa. • ja6'69.11m. FORGE F. HARRIS, M. D., Physician 1...31 and Surgeon; Pension Surgeon for Cen tre county, will attend promptly to all pro fessional calls. Office on Hight St., North Side, ja27'69.1y. JD. IVINGATE. D. D. S., Dentist. Of . fice on the corner of Spring and Bishop streets, Bellefonte, Pa. At home, except the first two weeks of each month. Teeth ex tracted without pain. ja6'69.ly. WM. H. ARMSTRONG SAMUEL LINN. ARMSTRONG & LINN, Attor neys-at Law. Williamsport, Pa., will attend, promptly, to all business entrusted to their care. jyl4'69- ly. JAS. H. BOBBINS, Physician and Surgeon. Office up-stairs in J. H. Mc- Clure's new Building, Bishop St., Bellconte, Pa. Will attend to all business in his pro fession, faithfully at all times, and all hours. jal3'6o.y. it B. HUTCHISON CO'S. Job Print ing Office, " Republican" Building, Bishop St.,,Bellefonte, Penn'a. Every De scription ofPlain and Fancy' printing dine in the neatest Manner, and at prices below city rates. • ja6'69. D. G. BUSH Tip usn - ,S 5 YOCUM, Attorneys-at-Lavi, fonte, Pa., will attend to all busi ness entrusted to them, with promptness— Office on Northeast Corner of the Diamond, in Mrs. Irvin's stone building. jal3'B9.y. 11TILSON & HUTCHISON, - Attorneya- V V at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Collections, all other and legal business in Centre and the adjoining Counties, promptly attended to. Office in Blanchard's Law building, Al legheny street. ja6'69. CM= D LAIR & STITZEB, Attorneys-at-Law, JUP Bellefonte, Pa. Can be consulted in both the English and German languages.— Cffico on the Diamond, next door to Gar man's Hotel. feblo'39.ly. CENTRE CO. BANKING COMPANY.— V Receive Deposits and allow Interest; Discount Notes; Buy and Sell Government Securities, Gold and Coupons. HENRY BROCKERROFF, President. J. D. SHUGERT, Cashier. jal3'69y. fEO. L. POTTER, N. D., Physi cian and Surgeon, offers his profession al services to the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity. Office removed to house formerly occupied by Mrs. Livingston, on Spring st, two doors South of Presbyterian church. marl7'69-Iy. BELLEFONTE MEAT MARKET BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE P. The oldest Meat Market in Bellefonte.— Choice meat of all kinds always on hand. ja6'69.ly. B. V. BLACK. NTM. BROWN, Licensed Auction eer, hereby informs the public that he holds himself in readiness at all times, to attend to all Auctions, Vendues, or Public Sales of personal or Real Estate. Charges reasonable. Call on, or address, William Brown, Bellefonte, Pa. marl7'69-Iy. AT S. GRAHAM, Fashionable Barber,in 11'1, Basement of the Conrad Hcuse Belle fonte, Pa. The best of Razors, sharp and keen, always on band. He guarantees a SHAVE without either pulling or pain.— Perfumery, Hair Oils, Hair Restoratives, Paper Collars, drc., constantly on hand. jal AARON R. PARE. J. T. SALMONS. LEVI EI . PAIIPa PAUP, SALMONS & CO., Contractors a , “l Bricklayers, Bellefonte, Pa., adopt this method of informing those wishing to build that they will furnish Brick and lay them, by the job, or by the thousand. Will set Heaters, and do all kinds of work in their branch of Business. ja20'69.1y. Q. BELFORD, D. D. S., Practical 1 , —.7• Dentist; office in Armory Building, over Irwin &W ils on' s Hardware Store, Al legheny St. Dr. B. is a grafttate of the Bal timore College of Dental Surgery, and re spectfully offers his professional services to the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity.— Can be found at his , residence except during the last week of each month. aprl4'69-Iy. W. RHONE, DENTlST,Boalsburg Cen t/ . tre Co.,Pa.,most respectfullyinforms the public that he is prepared to execute any description of work in his profession. Sat isfaction rendered, and rateß as moderate as may be expected. Will be found in his office during the week, commencing on the first Monday of each month, and at such other times as may be agreed upon. ja13'69.1y. INSURANCE—LIFE & FlRE.Toseph A. Rankin of this Borough, insures prop erty for the following Stock and Mutual companies, viz : Lycoming Mutual, York Company, Pa., Insurance of North America, Enterprise, and Girard of Phila., Pa., Home, .of New Haven, and any - other reliable com pany desired. Also, Provident Life Compa ny of Phil'a., and other good Life Compa nies. ja6.'69ls. T. F. HOLAHAN, Physician and t../ Surgeon, having removed from Empori um, Cameron county, has_located in Miles burg, Centre county, Pa., where he will faithfully attend to all business entrusted to him in his Profession. Office in hisiesidence on Main St., where he can always. be. seen unless professionally engaged. ab- sence from home, orders may be left at the store of Thos. liolaltan. marlo'69-17. M.isoellaneous. Why do not Free Traders Make Iron? We hiVe, for years, pressed this ques tion-upon the public attention, insisting that it deserved an answer. Here are nearly gall the American people. who are led to Believe that enormous profits are daily realized by the' "American makers of Irori,,espeeially of Pig Iron. But this branch of industry is free and open to all; and it is a simpler businesi to run an iron -furnace than to wit* a farm.— The raw materials-ore, Coal, Lime— abound:on, every side,• and in almost every State; they have little or tto, pecu niary :value; and they are owned by Free-liaders as well as by Protection , ists. a very simple matter to build a furnace or stack; thousands stand ready to do it promptly and well; or, if you choose, there are lots of furnaces now out , of blast that can be bought for less that their cost. Suppose it to be true that the duty on Pig Iron ($9 per ton) effect, a bounty to the pro ducer,-oabling him to sell his Iron for nearly 9:f quite that amount over the cost of prodlibing it, why don't tins Free Tra ders ruA into the business, share the profit, end ultimately reduce the price.? What i4-the reason that Iron is •an ex ception to the law of Supply and De mand, which even Free Traders recog nize atriiperative with regard to every thing n.ei affected by the Tariff ? We have at length driven one of them to answer, thrugh The Evening Post,— Here It1:-What he says, and all he says,en the Main Question:. ' , The amount of capital which must be investt?l in the production of iron is enormous, if it is to be made profitable, It should possess an iron and coal-re gion, and erect works that would cost a very in.47.ge sup of money. These who have the disposition to 4L' 't; capital from other profitable employment have been often told by Proteetionists that the business cannot be pursued withonlpositive loss, unless enormously protected . hyduties upon imports ofiron that are 'gamest prohibitory; and that, _ even witi2 Such Protection, the iron mas ters cats' rely sustain themselves. We do not believe this impression is correct. There4e many facts which tend to throw discrei*upon it; among which tho great facilitWfor its production named in Mr. GreeleY!s article, above quoted from, are prominent. Yet, as their capital is all profitity invested, and they hive meth ods of.. producing iron by exchano a ing American agricultural productions for it in - for-sign lands; where 'cotton, rice, beaf, pork, 'cheese,,,flour, and 'tither". 'Aln - prod u cc, are as , tutieh -wanted as iron is wanted in this country, they prefer to keep 'their capital employed as 'it is, rather than divert it to other uses, the profit of which depends entirely upon the patronage of Government. if they should .be persuaded, " coaxed, jeered, shamed or driven into making American iron,' by so diverting. their capital from its present proper, profitable and judi cious uses; they feel no assurance that the childish and iniquitous policy of the Government, which, according to Mr. Greeley, would have to be their sole de, peudence, and which they deem unjust. could be perpetuated. They would have to become the advocates of a Protective sys tem which they detested, and they have too much confidence in the intelligence of the American people to believe that they will be - the dupes. and victims of such a policy lcng enough to enable them to make much profit out of the delusion." Comments by the Tribune. A. O. FURST EEO! 1132 I= We defy any candid man to say that the substance of the above is not exactly this : The Free Traders do not believe what their own oracles tell them with regard to the profits of Iron-niaking,and do believe the statements on this point of the Protectionists. Read the above extract once more, very carefully, and see if it does not amount to just that.— Free Traders own millions of acres of Coal and Iron Ore; they would like to make money out of them; yet they hold off, and allow millions' worth of Pig Iron to be imported annually. in addi tion to all that is made in the country, because they know that the Free Trade clamor affirming the enormous profits of making Pig Iron is a swindle; and they prefer to be swindlers rather than swindled. But they don't choose "fo divert their " capital from other profitable employ " ment.. Certainly not, unless into cne more profitable; and this they do not be lieve Ircm-making to be. Here is Mr. A. T. Stewart, a zealous Free Trader, who returns an income for 1868 of over Three Millions of Dollars. This he in vests mostly in city real estate, Hemp stead plains, &c., as he has a perfect right to do. He might have invested it in Ore, Coal, &c., and run up a row of furnaces with all the , latest improve- . ments, from which- he could have turned out two:or three hundred thousand tens of Pig Iron per annum; but he chose to invest his money very differently. Do you suppose he would have done it if he believed there was $lO per ton profit in making Pig Iron? Do you believe he couldn't have made that if any one could ? Here is Com. Vanderbilt who, every year, requires for the railroads which' he substantially controls several Mil lions of dollars worth of Steel and Iron. It has been practically settled by a gen eration's experience in running European railroads that each great Company sho'd roll . its own rails, make its chairs, &0., not so much with an eye to profit as in order to be sure of uniform excellence in its material. A flaw often costs a company half a million dollars; and it can't afford to take any risk of flaws that can be avoided. We hope to announce. ere long that the Central Company.hence forth rolls and re-rolls. every rail it•,puts• down. I. can put up works of! the, pre cise capacity indicated by its own wants; it can own its own coal and ore-beds, From tle New York Tribune. and concentrate its mterials over its own lines cheaper than, any other iron maker could. Rims a beady market and assured pay for every pound of Iron it can make. Yet, up to:this hour, so far as we know, Com.yafiderbilt has • made no Iron. Why "?,,Yo'liknow exactly why. He believes he_dan:tise, his money to bet ter advantage. • And what he don't know b in the matter of money-malting, it isn't worth while 'to undertake to tell him. . . . . . . . Whether we ough t erought not to make Iron when it costs more (in &oilers) than w e e could buy it for (in the absence of a Tariff) abroad, is a question on which we are not likely . soon to agree with the Free Traders. They, think it a losing business to make Pig Iron that costs $4O per tun when we might,.by taking off the duty, buy ;it` England a n t $3O to $35 per tun. We, other hand, be-. lieve it would cost its far more in our la bor or its products than it now does,that the fruit's, grain, meat, vegetables, but ter, weed, &c., &c., that we now sell to our Iron-means would not be worth nearly what we now get for them if our Iron-making were transferred to Europe. That issue remains to be fought ; out; but we submit that the Free Trade outcry agaitist "monopoly," "exorbitant pro "fits," &c., in iron-making, is an expos-. ed fraud—an exploded delusion. A GOOD STORY FOR MODERATE DRINK RIM—An old friend of the late Judge Fletcher, of this city, related to the wri ter, many years ago, the following char acteristic anecdote: .111 r. Fletcher, when a young man, boarded in the old Ex. change Coffee. House.. Without_much consideration, he had fallen in With the drinking fashion of the day, se far as to have a glass of spirits andwater brought to his room every night, to be taken - on going,, to bed, as "a night-cap." One night an unusual press of company pre vented the bar-keeper from carrying up Mr. Fletcher's usual night dram. The 'Squire didn't regard it as quite the thing for him to go to the bar and get his grog, and so he went to bed without . his " night-cap." But to sleep, he could not. All night long he tumbled about for lack of his accustomed drink. And as he did so, hi:s active and discriminl ling mind worked most diligently. The fruit of his reflections appeared next morning, when, on getting up weary and worn by his hard and restless night, Mr. Fletcher went directly to the bar keeper: "Mr. —, you didn't bring up my_brandy 'and later last night, and as a cbnsequence - I.; have:slept aittle- or none all night." The barkeeper was very sorry. This neglect should not occur again. " Not so," rejoined Mr. Fletcher, "never bring me another drop of liquor unless I order it. If it has come to this, that I can't sleep without the help of a tumbler of toddy, it is high time that I stopped drinking, and brake up the dangerous habit." From that clay Mr. Fletcher became a thorough-going temperance man,—Bos ton Traveller. . A - TAIL OF A DOG.—No dorg to love, none to karess, how can I ever my sad ness express? Chunck is defunct, ded as a nale, hushed is his barkin and still is his tail. 0 ! such a tale—white on the end; opht did he chaise it with wiggle and bend, chaiS'S it With hope, twisting around, till overcome, ho reposed on the ground; now be's ekstingt, ded ez a nale. where am his bark and wag of his tale? In dreams alone, poor Chunck I see, swiggling his milk or else scratching a flee; 'tie but a dream, waking I weep, for under two feet of ground he does sleep' 0 ! butiful purp, vonst full of pla. Hav en't I phed yea day after day? Given you milk, given you bread, given you many a pat on yer head? Now you're ekstingt, dead as a nale, where am the bark an wag of your tail ? No dorg to love, none to karess, vainly I strive the sad tears to repress. " Why did you dy ?" sadli I morne; was it from - pizen, or swallerin a bone? No waggin tale, no beaming eye. ansurs a question or gives a repli. Was it a fit—or stoppage of breth—eatin 2 much the sad cause of yer deth? Still not a word, Chunck is defunct; ded as a nale, dim is his eye, stilled forever his tale. . Ax aged Boston lady, whose failing sight rendered necessary a prayer book of great size,recently called on her friends on her way to church, and upon starting again unwittingly picked up a small music box instead of the prayer book. During the sacred ceremony the old lady attempted to open her prayer book,when to her surprise and the astonishment of the congregation, the roguish machine struck up "Lannigin's Ball" with great clearness and force. OLD Bill W. was dying. He was an ig norant man and a very wicked one. Dr. D. an excellent physician and a very pious man, was attending him. The old fellow asked for bread. The Doctor approached the bedside, and in a very solemn tone remarked ; "My dear friend, a man can not live from bread alone." "No," said the old fellow slightly revived, "he's 'bleged to have a few vegetables." The subject was dropped. A gentleman once thus addressed a letter to his bride: "My dearest Maria." Thelady replied: "My dear John, I beg that you will mend either your morals or your grammar.— :You call me dearest Maria; am I to un- I derstand that you have other Mariasr TO Elie poor owe nothing OF the rich as nothing, V 3 NASBY. The Nomination of Rosecrans in Ohio —A bream. PEPPER'S TAVERN, Holmes county, 0., Jeoly 12, 1869.-4 left the Corners the day after lost my position, and without any special purpose, wandered up into my old stampin grounds in Ohio. I wuz received with derjality wich af fected me perfoundly. Them with hed bin turned out uv offises Good sympathize . with me, and them with led never got em; felt it etill more deeply, ez: -they eg-• gtraggeratt24h6- blmefits to be derived from offishl position, and actilly wonder how a man wich ever held an <As kin survive decapitashen. - I hed no diffiCulty in- borrowirt enuff dollars uv the sturdy yeomanry-uv this section to not only keep me afleac- - herer for a time, but to pervide agin a passage through an Ablishw country, of sick need be. My expenses here will be light, ez I am boaraln. and drinkin on tickexclu • sively. I told the - landlord-the : first day 'to mark it down,-ez it wuz inconvenient to make change fifty times per4y: He possibly may wish he' had Takeit the 'trouble to make okange.. . The ,day after th 6 Demooratie State Convenshen at Columbus, we held a in formal meetinuy the Democracy at the tavern, to wich I was stayin, the most uv the veterans bein there: . 'The sceen reminded me uv Bascom's so much, that I actilly shed teers. Dimocricy is alike . everywhere. Ther wuz the bar, with the big-balked bottle with tansy in it;* Cher wuz . thithox uv pipes, the two lem ons wick fire doomed never to be yowled, ez lemon'-jtiose:weakens likkerLther Wuz Pepper, the landlord, with his sleeves rolled up, _ a leanin onto his elbows onto the bar; behind him a, portrait uv Jackson onhis femin steed wavin his sword toward the British; beside it a hand-bill for a mites Convenshun uv the Destrick last year, comntenoin with the trooly orthodox line: "Do yen. Want to marry a nigger ?" in large black type, with a picture uv Wendell Phillips kis ein a wench, at wich the Dimoeiasy have . indignated regulerly for ten yeais.— Seetid on linstid cheers, empty nail kegs,' and-leanin on the bar, wuz a groopwioh was simply a dooplikit us' the X Roads, and so akkerit that I caught myself say in "Deekin" lots uv times. I sed "Cap-. tin" to a man who wnz so nearlike Mc- Pelter, ez to justify the suspicion that the father uv the present Hugh hed many yeers before bin a citizin uv that visini tz, but I wuz.keerful not to do so agin. t - et - chin riffiliyArethFote; trst ern ly re-_ markt: "Sir ! don't put any uv them ti tles onto me, sir. I wuz no Captin,thank Heven." He was satisfied when I told him that his remarkable resemblance to a Confederit Captin occasioned the mis take, with pleased him so that he to wunst askt me take suth'n. This opened a new field to me, when I worked. I dis kivered to wunst an amazin resemblence between all uv em and distinguished Southern commanders. While waitin the returnitv Squire Pet tibone, with wuz a delegate to the State Convenshun we fell to talkin uv the old times wick tried men's soles, in the ear- Tier years uv the war. Pepper, the land lord, gave a most affectin remeniecence uv the shootin uv two returned veterans in the very room in wich we sot. The spot on veldt they fell, he hed put the stove over that it mite be kept sakred.— Mr. Bortle, an old saint, whose nose wnz lightin his pathway to the toom, hed a more tragical tale to tell. lie wuz one of them wich sholdered his fowlin peeve to resist the draft up in this county, and wuz taken by bloo coated hirelings, and carted off to Camp Chase, where he wuz kept in doorance vile for weeks, with nothin whatever to live onto but the yoosual rashens uv a soljer ! One old relic uv the war, wich his name it wuz Babbitt, accompanied Vallandygum thro' the lines, which lines wuz commandid by Rosecrans. He wuz present when that accursed villain—that tool uv the des potic ape Linkin—hed the impudense to aboose our martyred Saint, and his blood biled ez he heered it. At this pint, the entire assemblage profaned. The letter uv Rosecrans to the Legislature uv Ohio RUE dooly read, and the audashus senti ments therein contained wuz dooly and emphatically damned. .Ez the likker circulated, we got more and more en thusiastic on this pint, and our blood warmed and trobbed more violently thro' our veins ez we toasted Vallandygum, and forever and ever cursed the wretch ed hirelins who opprest him, and, thro' him, us. Finally we heerd the rumblin uv wheels 'over the hill, and we knowd that it wuz Squire Pettibone . a comin from the stashun with' the news uv the con• venshun. He drove up, and we rushed out to greet him. 'Ror for—who shel we 'ror for rex claimed Pepper. " For Ranney, uv course!" shouted one. "For Vallaudygum !" sed another. "For Cary!" sed another. . •" My friends !" shouted Pettibone, " My friends, 'ror for—Rosecrans and victory!" " Wat ?" remarkt a dozen uv us. " Who ?" remarkt the others, " Hell !" remarkt the balance. " None uv yoor jokes;" ejakilated Bor- And the aatonieht Pettibone wuz in danger of bein roughly handled. But he finally coining them that Rosecrane wuz reely and trooly the Dimocratic nominee, and 'that it was no joke watever. 1 bed a great deal uv trouble with em. Yilir'wuz bound not to touchltoseqaue, VOL, 1, NO. 29. and swore they had bin. betrayed and sold out, .The.:pratform; ilowever,•salodi us. When I read it to am ; and explain.-- ed how cleerly it condemned•the war by refoosin to pay the indebtedness- inkur rod in prosekootin• it i -and how indigr, nantly it spurned. the• administrashen;, and so on, they became cooll. • • • "Ef Roseorans hez rdely , oorop A tb . us,'!' reed, "let us open our arms and take him in." They retiredmot pleseed, but in sich a state that I hey no doubt the heft uv em will vote, ez yoosual, an un scratohad tickit.'-' They took devrik klelan; why not Rosecrans'f- That nice after I retiredlte my viiohns' couch, fell untoa troubled_ sleepand dreemed. The dreem wieVaffiloted me; wuz more instructive - than entertsinin in . Council,seekin - leader - au. the; comin confliok. They trottedioutin-re :vieW, all uv,em, but they couldn't find a 'Man in-the party who wurnOt'sco. fear! , fully-defective ez "to be- totally and. en- - tirely-worthlis for the IRosielten: al. landygum . ei sPoitted" , 01a . 104_ Bonney wuz tinged with the rather vanoed Dimocrisy uv lan; andther oth er men spoken uv wuz . full of pOliiikle ulcers,-biles -and .running_ sores. - The menshen uv their names made Hie,..po-r ple hold their noses.... One more wise than the rest, in a fit uv , inspiraihnitt sung out, "Rosecrans !" • and' the ijew hit.ein. , 'Rosecrans wuz trotted-otit - ' • they all fell.to . admirin him: He-wuz,- well bilt and comly,and his figger shoved strength and endoorance. He wnz..en cabed into a glitterin coat! of. bloo, onto wich shone the most gorguer decorashen wich could be conceeved. In letters nv lite nveineedinbrilliancy wui the words,. "W.est•Viziony," ..Stoneßiver," 4, lnky," and i"Cnidamiuga," with the . names uv other - 14ilieevinents more or lees -noto rious, and these decoraeheits - with his' epauletts, military:sash and sword, -spurt and sich, enveloped him, from. beak to foot, in-a brilliancy, the gorgeouiniszuar • with wuz beyond - compare.. uv the show itrichirotted. : hint. out, :squinted more partikelerly at- the- mnl titood itich surrounded them; to -see; din• effek with _ :pit - perdoost upon. em; they slidiis out uv site oz he advanst; so. that -11 they woodent obstruct the vim: Their site took the people—therroseup• fro'.. the throng a most enthoosiastio cheer, and hats went up into thewirbr the. thousands. " It'll do ! it'll do !• Thank' the Ilord . it'll do!" shouted the managers, and they iniaiejetTylell to embracht theiw extacy. Vallandygum fell onto his neck,- but the spot where his hand struck the General, obliterated'"West rirginny;P° another delegate now blotted out "Stone' River," and the next embrace bustid "luka," "Chicamauga," • and the rest of it. An anshtnt delegate from Holmes• county, which had . taken•an.active • park' in the resistence to drafts, slyly drawed' his sword and threw it awayranother delegate hacked orf hie spurs;. a third , snaked orf- his epilets,.andi before the , poor fellow knew wet wux belts . done to him, theyhed gobbled pretty much all uv the ornaments wich hed glittered so bravely unto him: "Don't—for lieven'i• sake; don't !" ejackilated one who wuz , a candidate for• a county offis in a close county , . "Was are you doin?" "These things must come °env , Win to make him acceptable to our people;!' and they eagerly stripped orr one•thing after another. "GA out uv the way, there!" shouth4 another party eomin up,."put these re soloeshens onto him andthe's ready," . They elapped•em over him—he stag, gered andiasped; but managed-to stan4 up. " For Haven's• sake !". said . ,•ie , pleading tone, "for Heven's sakes take this orf." "Imp.oasible•l" returnedl them wioly hed the matter in hand: "l'ou'r rite now—stand aside, all uv yoo; and see how the people take him now•" They stood. aside, but, to their sun. prise, the people turned•up their• noses ez though they smelt suthin; and: hissed ominously instid uv cheerin.• "Show us our Rosecrazr,"*they cried. " This is Rosecrans," replied Vslan.. dygum, puttin' his arut around•his:neelc affeckshnitly. _ 'c We don% knowliiin• fit tliem clothes, and in sioh company," returned the mule titood, leavin in disgust.• In my dream, the managers, when they saw the multitood treat their man so skornfully, fell to revilin uv him, and kickin and ouffin uv him. I awoke jist ez hevuz'a ttyin to git away, battered, bruised, besmeared and• besmAt d. I , thought, ez• I lity ponders on the vision,- that possibly, when a soldier trades his military repetashen for a : nomenashen at our hands, that it does strike the:people jest ez tho he bed tra !ded uniforms doorin the struggle, and that possibly the'specelashen wont pay either him or us: 'But wat kin - wo do, r3ifTgOliS o3l V. NASSY, (Wioh wuz Poet Master.) A liounr.n of July orator over in . Je rsey spoke of the United States as bound ed on the east by the rising sun, on the north by the the aurora borealis, on the south by the procession, of the equinox es, and on the west by the day of judg ment. • wumu boy met a colored lad the other day, and asked him what he had such - a short nose for• "I speot's so it wont poke itself into other people's but twee."