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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Saint Patrick's Day. We notice in our local columns the procession'of St. -Patrick's Temperance Society in Bellefonte,on St. Patrick's day.: While our Irish fellow citizens wore enjoying themselves here, we learn Trom': the N. Y. Tribune, that .they, were also having a glorious time in that city. The procession numbered about ten thousand.— After giving them some vc-y good couniel in regard to making their celebrations a little more interesting and varied than they generally do, and after some very well-timed and jocose remarks on the way in which the Irish lads and lasses seemed to enjoy themselves on the occssion, the Tribune adds: "Where was ever a more hardworking, industrious, willing, and contented a population than our Irish one ! Where was there ever, on the whole, an honester and better tem pered one ! To-day we will not speak of their faults, and we are glad to say they have them in plenty like the rest of us, for without vices we couldn't have virtues, and' should...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

.._. Editorial and Other Items;»- —- —The steamer Unio:?, from Europe, arrived at New York Saturday. —Tennesssee has extensive beds .of mineral paint. —During the year 1868, Victor Hugo published 34 manifestos. —Paris is to have a new bank with a capital of §30,000,000. —Prince Arthur of England is coming to Canada next Fall, it is said. —Keno is at last prohibited by law in New Orleans. —Alabama now has an organization called the "Anti-Ku-Klux." —All the schemes to secure State aid for railroads in South Carolina have been defeated. —Gen. Samuel Fessenden, father of Senator Fessenden, died at Portland, Maine, Friday night, aged 85. —Strawberries have appeared in London, and are sold at 3 shillings an ounce. —A Hindoo gentleman, recently deceased, left $6,000 to his family idol. —Gould, a sculptor in Boston, has been trying to personify the West wind in marble. —Hrigham Young charges the billiard and barrooms of Salt Lake a li cense of $300 a month. —Beveily Tucker has lea...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

"THE-PuBiac-DEBiy-^The author of a communication in the N. Y. Tribune, having complained that the debt of the country is increasing, that paper opposes a fiat contradiction of the assertion. The debt, it says, was over $2 757,000,000 on the first of August, and also on the 1st of September, '65; it was but $2,544,336,964 on ths first inst. Paid off in three and a half years, of principle^ at least two hundred and thirteen millions of dollars. But this is not all.. We have more over paid, says the Tribune, immense sums to soldiers as mustering* out bounties, &c, to- States for advances in the way of outfit and arms for their volunteers in the war for the Union, &c. The actual reduction of our indebtedness since the war ended is nearer four than three hundred millions.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

An ardent young man, on a train on the Dayton and Union Railroad, noticed a young lady on a neigli boring seat, and his admiration impelled him to drop the following note in her lap : "Miss Josephine, pardon me if I presume too far in thus addressing you. I am a resident of Dayton. There is something indefinable to me which impels me to ask you if you will correspond ? If in this I have given of* fence, please forgive your friend and admirer, Alfred." The train stopped at Greenville, and the indignant maiden disembarked. She was met by a stalwart brother, to whom she handed the note, at the same time pointing out the spooney auther who was standing on :he platform. He sprang to f he car, seized Alf. by the collar and threw him to the ground, and pummeled him until the train started, when he kindly lifted the crestfallen lover to his feet, and by a tremendous effort placed him on the rear car.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Daniel Webster believed in newspapers, and he used to say: "Small is the sum that is required to patronize a newspaper, and amply rewarded is its patron, I care not how humble and unpretending the gazette he takes. It is impossible to fill a printed sheet with matter without putting something in it that is worth the subscription price. Every parent whose son is away from home or at school should furnish him a newspaper. I well remember what a marked difference there was between those who h-id and had not access to newspapers. Things being equal, the first were always superior to the last in debate, composition and general intelligence." The Bucjrus Forum says : " Lin coin was a joker, Johnson was a soak er, and Giant a smoker."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

" NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. fMMfMM TO THE WORKING CLASS.— I am now prepared to famish all classes with constant employment at their home.", the whole of the time, or for the spare moments. Barnes new, light and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening, id easily earned by persons of either sex. and the boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.— Great inducements are offered those who if ill devote their whole time to the business; and that every person who sees th is notice, may send me their address and test the business for themselves. I make the following unoarallelnd offer ; To all who are not well satisfied with the business, I will send Si to pay for the trouble of writing to me. Fu.l particulars, directions, <fcc. sent free. Sample sent by mail for ten cents. Address, E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, Maine. mar24'69 3m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

"OUR OLD HOME," THE undersigned having secured th eex'lusive sale of this justly celebrated Stove, have no hesitancy in pronouncing it THE BEST COOKING STOVE manufactured in the United States to-day. They have improvements over all other Cocking Stoves, nnd ar'j pronounce I by all who have u-ed or sold them, to be the best EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. We also keep on hand all kinds of PLAIN, PRESSED, FANCY AND JAlANNED TINWARE, which will bo sold at the lowest possible rales. JOB WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS done at the sborie.-t notice, and upon the most reasonable teims. Feel rug satisfied that we can please all who are disposed to be pleased, and that wc are determined not to be out done by either Jew, Gentile, Turk or Heathen, we invito the public to call aud exaniing our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Don't fail to call and see our WM. BROWN. Licensed Auctioneer, hereby informs the public that be holds himself in readiness at all limes, to attend to all Auctions, Vendues, or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

MISCELLANEOUS., S CAAA a year nan k* mao-e ky *'ve OUv/U agents, selling my new and valuable invention. Address J. AHEARN, 63 Second St.. Baltimore, Md. fe24 69 4w. 1 ~A TEACHERSWANTED.-$75to$150 lOU per month ; for full pariieulars address •' The People's Journal," Philadelphia, Pa. mar s' 9-*"l,. WANTED.—Salesmen to travel and sell by sample a new line of goods, bitnations permanent, and K^^es. Address with stamp, H. H. RICHARDS 4 Co. 413 Chestnut Sf.Pbil'a. Pa. mar3'69--4w. PAINTS FOK FARMERS -^"T^ea for any purpose. $6 for » bbl. of 300 lbs. SendVr circular. GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT CO., 254, Pearl St., N. 1. mar3'69-4w. (9 1 A A to $200 per month salary paid to tftlUU good Agents to sell our Patent Jon corrorsive White Wire Clothes fi»ei.-Stnte age and p st occupation and address the American Wiro Co, 75 William St.,N. N., or IB Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. mar3't)9-4w. AGENTS WANTED —For the only steel engraving of Gen. Grant and his family pttbli-hed with their appr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

BAKERY. NEW BAKERY. Ths undersigned respectfully invites the attention of the citizens of Belief jnte and vicinity, to his NEW BAKERY, on Bishop Street, as the only place whore tho best quality nf BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CONFECTIONERIES, MINCE MEAT, of our own Manufacture. The best Norfolk Oysters by the Can or Quart. Also cooked in all styles, (i e) Fried in Crumbs, f'rie I in Butter, Fancy Roasrs, Stewed Oyslcrs. Scolloped O; s-Icrs, Oyster Pie and Clam Chowder." A private room neatly furnished ami car pelt (I. for ladies or social parties. A special invitation is hereby extended to all. jal3"89.1y. S.J. McDOWELL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS FOR SALE.—The undersigned offers at Private Sale on easy terms, the following property to wit: Kirby Renper & Mower, nearly riew/1 good 2-horse Wagon and sett of double harness, one. good Horse and good Cow. For further particulars call at the farm, or inquire ol • BOND VALENTINE. mar24,69-3t. RAILROAD ME" TING.—There will be a meeting of the friends of a Railroad from Lewisburg to Bellefonte, AT MILLHEIM, ON THURSDAY, APRIL 15th, 1869, For the purpose of uniting all interests in favor of the extension of the Lewisburg Branch Railroad to a connection with the Bellefonte i, Snowshoe Railroad, or such other means s may be deemed most expedient to secure a Railroad through Bufialoe and Penn's Valleys. It is expected that every Borough and Township along the proposed route will be represented. John Diebl. D. II. Miller. R. V. "B. Lincoln, C. H. tfbriner, Daniel Long, John W. Simtnonton, Shem Spigelmycr, Eli S lifer. Win. F. Seabold, John Walls,' Willia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

/ iARMAN HOTELS. ; 'S HOTEL. DAN'L GARMAN, Prop'r. This long established and well known Hotel, situated on the southeast corner of the Diamond, opposite the Court House, having been purchased by the undersigned, he announces to the former patrons of this establishment and to the traveling public generally, 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 tha con • veniencc 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 Bab will always contain the choicest of liquors. His Stabling is best in town, and will always be attendedbythemont trustworthy and attentive hostlers. Give him a call, one and all, and he feeli confident that all will be satisfied with their accommodation. AN EXCELLENT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

—^I —p^JpFl MISCELLANEOUS. A RCADE SALOON. GEO. M. PECK,. Proprietor hereby inform my friends aid the pnblis generally that I continue to keep tha ARCADE SALOOSF, in Bush's Block, adjoining Howell, GillU land & Cr's. Store. Meals can be obtained at ALL HOURS during tho day. Oysters, the very best, cooked in every style. Meals provided for Regular B-arders when ordered, and at reasonable rates. Thankful to the public for past favors, the continuation of these favors is respectfully solicited. feb!7'69.1y. G. jj. PECK. O. W. TANTALIX. 0. B. LAMBERT. ¦XTANVALIN & LAMBERT, PLASTERERS! PLASTERERS !! We adopt this method of informing the citi zens of Bellefonte and vicinity that wo have entered into partnership in the PLASTERING BUSINESS. All jobs entrusted to us will be done in the shortest time and ?n tbe most workmanlike manner. From our long experience in the business wefeel confident that we can givefull satisxetion to all who may favor us with their wor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Local Departraent BELLEFONTE, PA Wednesday Morning, March 24, '69

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

';F. W. Ci'—Your communication will appear next week. Persons wishing posters printed, Should call and examine specimens at the REPUBLICAN office. The Drug S'ore of F. P. Green will be removed, April 1st, 1869, from Brockerhoff's row, to the new Hotel of Bush & MeLain, over the creek. Jan. 20lf. Foe Sale.—A first class farm, within two miles of Bellefonte, is now for sale. Any person wishing to buy, can learn full p irticulars, by calling at the office of the Bellefonte Republican. New Fish Mabket.—Our very olevei friend, Jerry Tolan, has opened a new fish market, and solicits the patronage of the people of our city. Jerry deserves encouragement, and should hare it, We wish him abundent success. Bit. George L. Potteii.—We invite the attcniion of nur readers to the professional card of Dr Potter. The Doctor is one of our oldest resident Physicians, and lias a reputation as a Physician and Surgeon unequalled by any in the country. He has removed to ihe bouse formerly occupie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Married ALEXANDER—EMERICK—On the 11th inst.. by Rev. A. Hackenberg, Mr. James Alexander, of Old Fort, and Miss Elizi Emerick. of Centre Hall. Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

-¦ Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb $0 12@15 Peaches, " '• " 2l)@25 Cherries, " " " 20 Beans per quart 15 Butter per lb @40 Beefsteak per lo 2»@25 Beef roasts 18@20 Chickens, each, live 25 Tirkeys, •¦ •• 65@1 00 ChVese pet lb . @28 Hams, •' " 25 Bacnn ..- » @I6 Lard, per, lb-. @$2 Esfg's*. •'¦'rdoz "... .... 25 Mutton and Lamb per lh . I0@2U Veal cutlets per lb @20 Potatoes per bus $1 25 Dried Beef 28 Bituminus Coal at Snow Shoe Depot. Serened Coal $1.50 per ton Run of Mines 2.80 per ton Fine Coal,. 2.00 per toe Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot. Pine Boards, Run of Mill $18.00 per M Pine Bourn's, Culls 14.00 per M HemlocksBntt Stuff. 15.00 per M Hemlock BnnH- 14.00 per M Milroy Markets. Corrected Weekly by (ieo & J. P. Blymyer Milrot, Pa., Mar 24, 1889. White Wheat, $ bushel $'. 40 Red " 1 30 Rye^bujhel 1 20 Oats 50 Barley 1 50 Flaxseed 1 75 Oloverseed 8 00 Plaster. Ground 12 00 Fine Salt, American 2 50 Coarse.... " 2 75 G. A. Salt 3 00 Limeburners Coal 4 50 Stove Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

DRUGS, &c. P S. WILSON'S DRUG STORE NB W LOCA TION. Southwest Corner of High and Allegheny Streets, Bellefonte, Pa. (No1Bkokerhoff'Row) . . s . The subscriber respectfully announces to his numerous acquaintances and tha pullie n general that henas removed his DRUG & MEDICINE STORE io the corner room of Brokerhoff/s new building on the Diamond, where he nas . constantly on hand, a large stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS. PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DYESTUFFS, GLASS, INSTRUMENTS. VARNISH, TURPENTINE, Linseed Oil, Coal Oil, Lamps, Chimneys Brushes, Hair Oil, Extracts, Toilet Soaps, Tobacco, Separs, &e., 4c. Also a variety of fanov articles too numerous to mention, which he offers at low rates, and warrants the qualities of the arti cles as represented. Purchasers will please remember this, and examine the qualities and prices of his goods before purchasing elsewhere. jsqr- Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipes carefully compounded at all hours of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

MISCEtLANEOUS. /S ROCERYJ AND PROVISION- STOR :. TWENTTPIR CENT'S!VED. IT is nowan ettabliulrea factflbat Groceries of all kinds are' now to- be obtained a' M. RUKKLE'Snew GROCERY AND PROVISION STORtf. On Allegheny Street Bellefonte, £a., twenty per cent, cheaper than at any other establishment in own or country. Floui, of the very best quality, kept contantly on band. BoaadiBg-housS keepers, and Heads of families would do well to give him,a call before purchasing else-' where. Do not forget the place. .1 ja6'69.1y.] M. RUNKLE. ( 10FKEE, Tea, Sngar, Molasses, in.ibort J everything usually kept at a Grocery Store, for sale low, at M. RUNKLE'S. PEAS, Beans, Soup Peas, Soup Beans, for sale cheap, at M. RUNKLE'S. CANNED Peaches, Canned Tomatoes Canned Apples, Canned Corn, Canned Fruits of all kinds kept constantly on band at M. RUNKLE'S. DRIED Peaches, Dried Apples, Dried Currants, Dried Fruits of all kinds, at M. RUNKLE'S. CANDIES, Candies. A splendid variety of Candies...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Grain and Flour Markets. Bellefonte. Mar. 24, 1869. Flour per barrel $9 00 White wheat per bushel 1 40 Red wheat -. I 30 Corn (new) 75 Outs 50 Rye per bushel 1 25 Buckwheat per bus 1 00 Cloversced " " , 8 £0

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 March 1869

Special Notices Jesse Oakley's Soaps. Breathes rhere a man with soul so dead, Who never to himself hath snid : "Oakley's S >aps are best,I'll buy them, Sure, 'twill do no harm to try"them." They're no hurabus—for all men know, That they'll wash clothes as white as snow, Tbewomi-n too, (whom heaven bless,) For dinner now can wash and dress. Instead of lab'ring hard all day ~ Wiih worthless soap—it will not pay ; If youM save time, throe half dines send For Oakley's Soap,his ''Woman's Friend.' His "Newburir City" now comes next, '•A levy's the price," so says the text One dime will buy hi-: dirt persuasive, ".New iork Chemical Erasive. Now the last, but not least yon'11 see, Is his world renowned •' K. C," With sand 'tis mixed, the thiyg I wot For scouring tinware, pan or pot. Twelve-and-a-half cents will buy it, Don't for the world omit to try it, His Toilet Soaps transparent are, Wiih ladies all ths.se are 'bove par. Now don't forget, dear readers all. In Number Six, ...

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