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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

LEATHER; T REMENDOUS AMOUNT OFLEATHER! The undersigned has just received the. tv.ost extensive lot of Lent her. from the New York, Baltimore and Wiltuin ton markets, ever brought to this place, Consistiag of Spanish Sole Upper, American Kip. French Kip, Baltimore Calf, OIL FINISH ASD BRUSH MOROCCO; - KID GLOVE SKIN? Whang Leather^ Linings and Shoo findings, - of every discretion, all of „»4jch will be sold cheaper than can he hought at any other establishment in. Centra;! Por.nsvlvania. " . ..„„ , ABRAHAM; sUSSAIAS. J!U<S.b9,.ly, Bellefonte. ?£.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

"Died SCHRIBNER—On the 2lst, ult.. at bis res idence in Central City, Mr. E K. Schrib ner. Ticket Agent at Mileshurg.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

"DRY GOODS, &e. $1000 KEWARI>M! ZIMMERMAN BRO'S. & CO. (No. 2, Busn's Arcade,) BELLEFONTE, PENN'A., OFFER thcaboye' reward for the apprehension and-e-onviction of the - man; who says "IT IS A HUMBUG" that a DOLLAR SAVED IN BUYING GOODS II BETTEE -THAN A. DOLLAR WORKED FOR. WE have the evidence each day nf numbers who purchase of us after haying examined other at. cka. that this iinot a humbug, hut a STUBBORN TRUTH, •nd that our Goods ABB SOLD AT LOWER PRICES thaa any other in the State. We cannot ENUMERATE ARTICLES, as it would require this entire pogo to do sn. Suffice it te say that we supply anything you want, , AND GUARANTEE FULL SATISFACTION t« all, as to LOW. PRICES and QUALITY OF GOODS, We respectfully request you all to call and SATISFY YOURSELVES. AFAIRTEST ISALLWEASK ZIMMERMAN, BRO'S. 4 CO. jaSmy. VIEW GOODS AND NEW PRI ^>| CES !! HI6II RATES RUBBED-OUT I GOODS AT ©LD FASHIONED PRICES. HOFFLR & BRO'S. Would respectfully inform ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

m ~ M^Fl^i^Fffll] (^•^p^p^B^MMH^^Mii^^^^^BC^HBHHBHi^BHBUB llTKa.m.iin«fi't' luioiui jon, io«otr VV that Dr. Wonderful, or any oiuerman has discovered a remedy that cures Coni-umutiun, when the lungs ace hal. consumed, in short will cure all diseases whether ot miiid, body or estate, make men live h revtr, aud leave death to play for w<nt of wink, anil is designed to make our sublunary pphere a Dliusful paradise, to which Heaven itself shall be but a side show. You have hear.i enough of that kiml of humbuggery, and we do not wonder that you have by this time become disgusted with it But when we tell you that Dr.' Safe's Catarrh Remedy Kill positively cure the worst cusesof Catarrh, we only assert that which thousands can testily to. Try it aad you will be convinced. We will pay $500 Reward for a case of Ca tarrh that we cannot cure. FOR SALE BY MOST DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE, Price Oslt 50 Cents. Sent by Mailpost paid, for Sixty Cents; Four Packages for $3.0,0; or I lleze...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

AGENTS WANTED. AGENTS WANTED for the life and Times of ST. PAUL, $3,00 Complete Unabridged Fdiiinn. as arranged by COSYBEAREand HOVVSOS,- with an introduction by Bimop SIMPSON. In consequence of the appearance ol mutilated, eititions of this great work, we hare been, compelled to reuuee the price of ovr Complete Edition fiom U 50 to'$» . B. B. Treat A Co , Puhli.-hera, 654, Broadway, N. York. mar24'69-4w. AGENTS WASTED SIGHTS AND SECRETS OF THE NATIONAL CAPITAL, The most startling,. instructive and entertaining bonk "fthe Hay. _^S"->-ciid. fnr Circular aid see our ti rtns. Addiess I'SI TED ST TES PUBLISHING C<>.. 411 Broom Street. NewCity. m-»r31'69-4w. A GENTS WANTED, LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO GOOD MEN TO SELL MACHINES. THE WONDER OF" THE AGE, THE FARMERS PRIDE, THE STUMP & GRUBBING MACHINE. It will do more work in one day than Ten Men with grubbinf: hoes can possibly do, and leayes no r*ots or stumps to sprout up in the spring. After g...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

DRUGS, &c. "Ci 8. WILSON'S DRUG STORE. NE W IOC A TION. Southwest Corxerof High and Alle ghany Streets, Bellefonte, Pa. (No. I. Bkokkhhoff's Rvw.) The subscriber respectfully announces to bis runieroim acquaintances a'-d the pu li n general that be nas reuioveu bis e DRUG db MEDICINE STORE, io the corner room of Brokerl-ofFs new buildiugon the Diamond, where he nas constantly on bund, a large stock of DRUUS. MEDICINES. CHEMICALS. PERFUMEKY. PAINT-*. I>YESTUFFP, GLASS*.INSTRUMENTS. VARNISH, TURPENTINE. Linseed Oil, Cml Oil, Lamps, Chimneys. Brushes, Hair Oil, Extracts, Toilet Soaps. Tobacco. Segars, Ac. Ac. Also-ji^.Jwir.iet^r-of .^f«ji««^-iirt»«'}iw~-tort-nti-T merous tn mention, which he oflirs at low tares, and wat rants the quail.ies of tbe arti ^ cles as represented; Purchasers will p'eave r-member this, and examine the quaiitie.-and prices of his goods before purchasing elsewhere. ^ S§~ Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Rcceipes carefully compounde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

, 1 — , ^—¦—'— ¦ ¦-•¦¦¦-¦ ¦¦¦¦- tf£jii6of>&. pREAT EXCITEMENT! _ EXTRAORDINARY CONCENTRATION OF BARGAINS.. . HOWELL, GILLIAND *CO. of Bush's Arcade, in Rooms No. 1.and.2 have just returned from the city with a large nnd extensive stock of Spring and Summer Goods. We are now.ready to otter to.our customers a more extensive and belter as sorted stock than ever before offered to the piblic. Our extensive stock of LADIES DRESS GOODS, Demands particular attention. Great Bargains to he had in Prints, Muslins, -x Notions, Ac, Ac. The latest styles of Spring and Summer j Cassimers already received. READY MADE CLOTHING warranted to give perfect satisfaction. A large asaorment of Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes constantly on han?. Our Grocery department demands patticnlar attention. A full asaorment constantly on hand,tbe best the markets can afford, such as - SYRUPf- SUGAR, TEA <t COFFEE. Canned Fruits, Jellies, Domestic and Foreign Fruits, Cheese and Pastries of all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

ACADEMY. f>ELLErOI»TB ACADEMY. A CLAS.VICAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN A YOUNG LADJES. Next Term f>nmmnrn*na at, Tf„i..J„r V„U... Next Term commences on Thursday Febtu n-y 4th. The design of this Institution is tn furnish thnrnnsb insirnetiiins in the El-roentary and Higher English Sturlie.-, Ma.hema. tics, Bonk-Kecpini;, Druwin", Ancient and Modern Lungi aires, and in all the branched of a complete Academic course. Special attention is given to Instrumental and Vocal Music- The latter is taught tn all the pupils without extra charge. Male pupils from abroad beard in the School Building, under the supervision of the Teachers. A limited number of Young Lady pupils is received into the immediate family of the Principal. EVERY NECEFSARY ATTENTION is given to the health, comfort, and mora and intellectual improvement of the . upils For further particulars. Ad ress, Rev. J. P. HUGHES, ia27'f>9.tf. Principal. CANCERS—TU MORS—ULCERS. PROF. FLINEofthe Philad...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Apiitnral Department. WEDNESDAY MORNINC, Apr. 7, '69

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

For the Republican. Mp. Hog. The individual whose name heads this article, is a very old citizen, he was born shortly after Adam, and from that memorable period down to the present time the hog family have been steadily on the increase, he lives hero and everywhere, or rather stays, to the annoyance and displeasure of all decent folks. We know him, yeu know him and every body knows him. This creature has two legs and wears hair, and bears a striking resemblance to the human family. But never in the world has he been known, to do a human act. We find him in all stations and situations in life, sometimes we find him a member of the church, with a lon~g, lean vinegar face, a sunday christian, and every day rogu*. When he finds a torn and mutilated shin-plaster, he goes to church and occupies a conspicuous scat, " and hands in his ragged mite to tbeLord-. Generous ho?, pious hog, prince of hogs, hog of all hogs, d—d hog. If you were to use up the whole of the multiplication table ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The wheat does not look as well throughout fj.ur country, and the crc-p. -. not as promising as they did this time last year. So we are told.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

MiGellanebns. The speech of Mr. Beechor at the meeting in New York sympathizing wy^te cau se of Cuba, was forcible anuTOoquent. Here is a sample: "The Government, from the Captain General down to the lowest officer, is shared by no natives. The island is .used as I use a whet stone, to make my axe sharp. There is no appeal from tbe Governor General there. He is as despotic as Nero of old. Since 1825 Cuba has been under milu tory government and martial law has existed in the island. It is strange that within a whisper of our South em shore there should rule such despotism unchecked—in an island, too, which is governed by foreign law:?. This is scarcely conceived by American?. I hold that Cuba has "a right to self government* If she-has a right to throweff despotism, she has a right to throw off Spinish despotism. She has a. right to her independence because all her past' is like a night-mare dream."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Some si lly people,- the other day, says the Tribune, believed for an hour or two that Mr. Johnson was dead. We are quite sure none of our readers could have been- among those thus deceived. They all knew better. They must have felt, when they read the disp.tiches, that Mr. John> son himself-would speedily furnish the refutation, by making a speech, calling on the country to remember the round of his.characters from Alderman to President, properly reprobating any difplay'of egotism, and demanding what sin he had ever committed, whose ox he had coveted, or whose ass he had been. And, sure enough, the ne.vs now comes to us in authentic, not to say official speech. Mr. Johnson-is better, and able to make a speech. He is to be heard forthwith at Knoxtjlle, at Nashville, at Memphis, and Louisville, in defens^ of the Flag with Thirty-six Klar> and in distribution of the Constitution of our Fathers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

Tire Unkind est Cot of All.— Brick Pomeroy says that '"Gen. Hancock declines to be considered a candidate for the Democracy Gubernatorial nomination in Pennsylvania. This will be very fortunate for the Democracy there. This is very unkind in ¦ 'Brick," after the self abasement poor Hancock has undergone to serve the Democracy. Then "Brick" should exercise more caution, because, to decline a nomination a la Seymour, has become chronic with democratic aspirants for office. "Your candidate I cannot be"has played an important part heretofore and the same dodge may meet with a like success on a smaller scale. "Brick," in the light of tbeTibove;-rnnild cut a sorry figure next Fall advising the Democracy of this State to "support the gallant Haneock." But then "flopdoodles" are Brick'sforte.—Meadville Rrpublican.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

The Democrats in the House of Eepresentatives, with tbe aid of 49 Republicans, succeeded on the 27th inst., in overpowering the 70 Republicans wh» believed the legislation that led to the impeachment" trial sound and wise, and w ere anxious to maintain it. The Tenure-of-Office act was thus rejected as it came from the Senate. We are not likely to have, in that body, a. square vote on repeal of the law. The Chicago Journal thinks that in view of Andy Johnson having commenced life as a tailor, he can retrospectively exclaim : "When I tainks of what I am. And what I used to was, I think I've thrown myself away Without sufficient coz."

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

"Remember whom you are talking to, sir !" said an indignant parent to a fractieus boy ; "lam your father, sir!" "Well-, who's to blame for that?" said impertinence; "'taint me!" "WuATareyou trying to do, now, Tom !" - ' •'To mount this howe." "Ah ! how do you get on ?'' 'That's ju.t the point I'm trying los-ettlK." It is stated that out of 1.000 published bo oks, 600 i.ever i ay the cost of printing, 2ou just pay expenses, 100 leturii a slight profit, aui only 100 show substantial gains. What is the difference between a good soldier and a fashionble voung lady? One faces tlie powder aud the other powders the i'auo. There is a firm in Elgin, Illinois, known as "Gray and Lunt." half the letters come to them directed "Lay & Grunt." Why is a fashionable young lady's rains like a speckled trout ? Because they are found under, a, waterfalls;:_--Tue man who beat the drum for the "march of time," has gone to play on Che "horn of plenty. The man who "couldn't stand it any longer,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

MISCELLANEOUS. - AMERICAN BUTTON-HOLE OVER SEAMING AND SEWING MA CHINE COMBINED. 3 DAL AWAE DED AT THE PARIS E3 P- < mii*-. m-7. In directine attention to the celebrate* COMBINATION BUTTON ..HOLE AND SEWING MACHINE, we feel fully warran ted in claiming for it unquestionable superiority over all others as a Family Machine.— Tho Simplicity ^ Ease; and Certainty "with which it operate?, as well as the uniform excellence .of-its work-, certainly place it far it advance of any other similar invention of the age. - , - -. . .. - It is alse the <:n<;r/ne»f,intrinsically.'as well as the best, since it is really two machines combined in one, (by : simple and beautiful mechanii-al arrangement never before accomplished by human ingenuity,) makins either the Lock Stitch or Button Hole Stitch, as occasion may require. It is, at.the same time, simple in construction, cnviparafively noiseless, easily underst"n 1, and. in a wt<1. it, combines with thoso advanta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

rjlHE BELLEFONTE BOOT . AND SHOE STORE. GRAFTAM A SON, GRAHAM & SON, GRAHAM & SON, BELLEFONTE BOOT * SHOP, STORK. BELLEFONTE BOOT. A SHOE STOKE. BELLEFONTE BOOT & SHOE STORE, ALLEGHENY STREET, ALLEGHENY STREKT. ALLEGHENY STREET, One Doer Noith Irwin b Wilson's Hardware Store. GRAHAM * SON, MANUFACTURERS, MANUFACTURERS. FTNF CALF BOOTS PIKE CALF BOOTS, Kept constantly on ban<J at the BELLEFOfiTE BOQT A FHOE STORE, BELLEFONTE BOOiTA SHOE STORE, BY GRAHAM & SON, BY GRAHAM 4 SON. AT §8.00 PER PAIR. ATSS.OO PER P lIR, A large assortment of KIP BOOTS, Warranted, AT #5.00 PER PAIR, AT $5,00 PER PAIR, BY GRAHAM A SON. BY GRAHAM & SON, We respectfully invito tho attention of the public to our la.ge selection of L *DIKS ROOTS A SHOES, LADIES hOOTS & SHOES, aad all kind* of MISSES' A CHILDRnN'S MISSES' A CHILDREN'S BOOTS A SHOES. HOOTS A SHOES. CALL AND EXAMINE CALL AND EXAMINE OUK i:ilb W BOOTS A SHOES. OUR CHEAP BOO IS A SHOES, ' £...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

J»S. A. QDIGLEY. ' HENRY OROSKEY f iUIULEY A CROSKEY'S ™ CHEAP CASH STORE, EAGLEVILLE.CENTKE CO, PENN'A WE take pleasure in announcing to farmers at d the public generally that we keip constantly nn hand, at our store in Eagleville, Dry Goods, Groceries 4c, and SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE in town or ci untry. We shall always en .deavor to purchase good Goods and war arnt everthing as we represent it. We also always pay the highest PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Please call and examine our •stock for yourselves. jsil3"69.1y.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 7 April 1869

IMf MM.M TO THE WORKING CLASS.-I am now prepared to furnish all classes with constant employment at their home?, tbe whole of the time, or for-the spare moments. Bu".ine«t new,light and profitable. Fifty cents to $5 per evening, is easily earned by persons of either sex, and the boys and girls earn nearly as much as men Great inducements areoffered those wh» will devote their whole time to tbe business-- and that every person who sees this notice, may send me their address and test the business for themselves, I make the following unoaralleled offer j To all who are not well satis fled with the businers, I will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing to me. Fu '.I particulars, directions, Ac, sent free. Sample sent by mail for ten cents. Address. E. C. ALLEN, .Auginta. Maine. mar2-f t:9 8m.

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