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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

Yesterday the gallows was called upon to vindicate outraged law and repeat its impressive lessons to society. George S. Twitchell, Jr., and Gerald Eaton were tried for murder, and found guilty by a jury of their countrymen. The former slew a helpless woman, secretly, in her own house. The latter killed a fellow-citizen upon the public streets of the city. Twitchell quaked before his doom, arid'added murder of self to that of his mother-in-law. He preferred cowardice and the ignominy of suicide to the ignominy of the scaffold. Eaton met the fate the law provided for him. Which will fare best-before the Judg ment seat? And now that the law has been both vindicated and cheat» ed, society should thunder wholesale condemnations against the prison disciplin, or the violation thereof, which allows promiscuous intercourse of the public with prisoners condemned to death. The sympathy they need is that of retirement and freedom from the public gaze; and if we understand it, this exemption...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

After all "Yankees sometimes do some things not so bad. Not to speak of New England civilization in particular, the little city of. New Bedford has a. free library, the product of public tax mainly, numbering 21,-000 volumns, which is increasing at the rate of about 1000 annually. Tbe city appropriates every year $2,500 for its support, and there are—funds which yield $200 more. It is kept open every day, except Sundays and holidays, for about nine hours a day, and of its books ttpwards of 34,000 vo lume s are taken out all in the course of a year. We know of a city with five times the population of New Bedford where "Yankees" is a term of reproach that has no free library at all, and scarcely a library of any kind; and where the citizens so far from taxing themselves for such a purpose seem to think that money thus bestowed, or in any manner bestowed for libraries, is about as bad as thrown away. And here it is that the "Yankees" differ from those who think it is something smart ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

Our Washington Letted Washington, D; G. April 9th! 69; Dear Republican :— According to all appearances, the adjournment ot Congress-, which is fixed for to-mor-, row* will have cehsiderabld general business unfinished, aside from the large number of Offices, for which, as yet, no nominations have been made. No opinions are hazzarded as to the probabilities of an extra session of the Senate being called by the President, although there is a remarkable unanimity of feeling among the expectants, whose turns have hot yet come that if an extra session is not called, somebody will have failed in his duty, which,among those holding over there is a general belief that an extra session was never as little needed as at present. In proportion as the day of adjournment draws near, the pressure upon Senators and Members increase, and the Heads of Departments, "Levees"- are more numerously attended at present, than they have been for years. Congressmen universally agree that tho sight of a ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

John T. Johnson hasheenappoin ted Post-Master at this place.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

Message from the President. Washington, April 7.-—The following message of the President was received by Congress at 4 o'clock this afternoon i jfb the Senate and Mouse of Representatives : W hile I am aware that the time in which Congress proposes now to remain in session is very brief, and that it is the desire, as far as is consistent with the public interest, to avoid entering upon the general business of legislation, there is one subject which concerns so deeply the welfare of the country that I deem it my duty to bring it before you. I have no doubt that you will concur with me in the opinion that it is desirable to restore the States which were engaged in the rebellion to their proper re* lations to the government and the country at as early a period as the people of those States shall be found willing to become peaceful and orderly communities and adopt and maintain such constitutions and laws as will effectually secure the civil and political rights of all persons within ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

Secretary Boutwell is going to ''lop off all worthless and inefficient officers and clerks." Economy, in this case, like charity in all, should begin at home. Let Mr. Boutwell ask the heads of bureaus in the Treasury department to report immediately the name of every clerk who can be spared without injury to the service, and let him remove at once every such person, and he will; we can assure him, accomplish a very pretty pieco of economy, besides causing a tremendous commotion among Congressmen and other people of influence.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS S BELFORD, D. D."S., Practical • Dentist; office and residence on Howard Street, late the residence of Samuel Harris, deo'd. Dr. B. is agraiuate of the Baltimore College of Dental Surgery, and respectfully offers his professional services to the' citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity.— Can be found at his residence except during tho last week of each month. aprl4'69-ly Union republican county committee.—a meeting of the Uni on Republican Committee of Centre county,will be held at the Republican Club-Room, in Bellefonte.on Tuesday,Apr. 27,69,at 1 P. M. for the purpose of electing a Representative delegate, and also to select senatorial Conferees to elect senatorial delegates to thb Republican Convention to be held in Philadelphia, June 23, 1869, Every member ol the Committee is earnestly requested to be present at that meeting. WM. P, WILSON, Chairman Go. Committee, aprU'69-2t. SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION.— The First Annual Covention of the Centre county Sabbath Sch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. "DELLEFONTE ACADEMY. AN ENGLISH and CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR BOTH SEXES. The Spring Session optns on THURSDAY, April 15th with every facility for the education of youth in the Elementary and Higher branches, Ancient and Modern Languages, Book-Keeping, and in all the departments of a complete Academic course. Special attention is given to Instrumental and Vocal Music. The latter is made a regular branch of the course of study, and is taught to all pupils without extra charge. The Principal is assisted by able and experienced teachers. Each scholar has a duo share of individual attention. Pupils are received at all ages, and thoroughly prepared for College or Business. A limited number of pupils can have a pleasant Home in the immediate family of the Principal. EVERY NECESSARY ATTENTION is given to promote the health and comfort of those committed to bis charge. Parents who wish to place their phildren where there will be no necessity for change till they have comp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

LOSE'S LIVERY STABLE. . The undersigned having entered into partnership in tho Livery Business, under the firm name of Isaac Lose & Son, adopt this method of informing the people of Bellefonte, and the public generally, that they will carry on the business in the Burnside Stable. It is their determination to keep the very best HORSES, BUGGIES AND CARRIAGES, and to hire them out at the most reasonable rates. Thankful for the kindness and favor they have received from the community in the past they will make it their chief object to merit the continuance of the same. ISAAC LOSE. aprU'69-ly. GEO. A. LOSE. APPLICATIONS FOR LICENSE. The following persons have filled applications for license at the April .Term of Court, and their petitions will be presented at that time. H. H- Kline, Bellefonte Bor. Tavern. J. B. Ettele, " " Wholesale. JAS.3. LIPTON, aprH'69-3t. Proth'y. MILLINERY STORE.—The undersigned respectfully informs the ladies, and all in need of Millinery Goods, tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

•XTOTICE. ___ Wilson P. Palmer, "1 No ii, April term,1868, vs. > Sybella Palmer. J Subpoena in riirorce. Centre county, as :— The Commonwealth ef Pennsylvania to Sybella Palmer, Greeting : " You are hereby notified that you are commanded, setting aside all businesi and excuses, to be and appear in your own person before our Judges at Bellefonte, at our county Court of Common Pleas, there to bt held on the fourth Monday of April next, to show cause, if any you have, why your husband Wilson P Palmer, should not be divorced and separated from the bonds of matrimony which he hath contracted with yeu, agreeably to the prayer of kis petition and libel exhibited against ysii before our said Court, and this you shall in no wise omit at your peril. D; Z. KLINE, marI7'69-6t. Sheriff.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

STOCK RAISERS, LOOK TO YOUR TRUE INTERESTS.—You can raise a good horse as cheaply as a poor one. The magnificent Horse " LEW PETTIT," will be found at tho stable of the"Cummings House," Bellefonte, until the end of June,on Monday's, Tuesday's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, and on Thursday's and Friday's at Spangler's stable at Centre Hall. Terms, for insurance $25 00 " LEW PETTIT" is a Dark Bay, 5 years old, and weighs 1200 pounds. Ha is a blooded horse, fast, kind and hardy. He is of the blood of Messenger, which is related to the Hambltonian,and was sired by Champion, one of the most celebrated Horses of this country. His mother is Abdalla, now owned near Elmira, N. Y., a mare that has few equals, and for practical usefulness no superiors. W. D. RIKARD, Prop'r. ISAAC MILLER, Groom. [apr7'G9-6t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

: EGYPTIAN* : EGYPTIANj CORN! * : CORN! | Auspicium melioris eevi. Bona fide. Quid pro quo ! THE subscriber offers to farmers throughout the country, the EGYPTIAN CORN, which upon trial, was found to ripen,planted tho last of July. It is estimated, from its very "prolific qualities, to yield 150 bushels per acre, and weighs, by sealed measure, sixty-five pounds to the- bushel. This -corn was pronuneed by some procured direct from Mr. Jones, our consular agent, directly on his return from Egypt. It needs no different culture from that of other varieties, and in the South two orops can be raised in one season on the same ground. It grows in -the form of a tree, and thirtv-four ears have grown upon one stalk, and will average from Ave to fifteen. For domestic use it is unparalled. When ground and properly bolted, it is equal in color and fineness to wheaten flour. As a forage crop, by sowing in drills or broadcast, for early feed, there is no kind of corn so well adapt ed to milc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

MISCELLANEOUS, ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM! Physicians who have failed to cure their patients shoul.d try this medicine before they give the case up, as we know very many valuable lives have been saved by being persuaded to give it a trial. DON'T DESPAIR because all other remedies have failed, but try this and you will not be deceived, The proprietors of this valuable Balsah take pleasure in calling to it the attention of all medicine dealers, desiring that they procure a supply of it, and recommend it to their afflicted patrons and friends. IT WILL CURE WHEN ALL OTHERS FAIL. Directions accompany each bottle. mar31'69-4w. T>AIN KILLER—Cures Sore Throat. A Favorite Medicine with all classes Is-Davis' Pain Killer. IF you have Painter's Colic Use the Pain Killer. NO" Medicine is so popular As the Pain Killer. KEEP the PAIN KILLER always on hand. IF you have a Cough or Cold, Use the Pain Killer. LOOK out and not get caught without a bottle of Pain Killer in the house: LET everybody...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

"XTEW PATTERNS of oil cloths, at re-_Ln duced prices, at BURNSIDE 4 THOMAS'. LEATHER ef all discriptions, french calf skin, Spanish sole leather, moro;co's sheep skins, linings. Everything in the leather line warranted to give Satisfaction at BURNSIDE *' THOMAS'. SHOE-MAKERS TOOLS and findings, in all their varieties, at BURNSIDE 6 THOMAS'. JJUltNBlDB * THOMAS'. IT IS known to all in Bellefonte through the county if you want good article go to BURNSIDE * THOMAS'. whips, in great varieties, government gears, saddles, bridles, martingale i, check lines, cart gears, tug harness, buggy, harness, names, 4C. Everything in the saddlery line, at BURNSIDE * THOMAS*. IjttSHING TACKLES, rods lines, hooks, . flies, sea hair baskest, fcc. Rig you out to catch trout, at BURNSIDE A THOMAS'. rpHE highest mark't prico paid for all X kinds ef coun I ry produce, at BURNSIDE * THOMAS'. "PINE GROCERIES, mocha coffee, old JL1 gov. Java, best quality Rio coffee, best olong black teas, green teas, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

New House.—Jno. Brockbill is building a, new house, in. front of his old residence, on Spring street. It is a frame building, and already under roof. The Carpenters ore active and ene£geti'C men, end at- the rale they ttre pushing things, it will not be long until Mr. Breckbill and family Can occupy the house, MtaiOAL.—It is Ettid that the braying of an Ass, or the lowing of a cow is, when heard in a forrest, considered musical. For the truth of this we cannot vouch; but we do know that our arlicle on the new jail, last week, compelled the long-eared animal of tbe Watchman to tune his lyre and ape the Ass. It is said that this animal, when enraged, arid, judging from appearances, one would very readily conclude that he bad been in a rage ever since his birth, can roar most/uriously, if not musically. Sbkvices of the Episcopal Church. —Bishop Stevens has appointed to be present at St John's Church, in this place, on the 22nd inst., to lay the cornerstone of the" new church edific...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb $0 12@15 Peaches, " '• " 20@25 Cherries, " " " 20 Beans per quart 15 Butter per lb @4o Beefsteak per lb 20@25 Beef roasts 18@20 Chickens, each, live 25 Turkeys, " ". G5@l 00 Chteseperlb @'SQ Hams, *' *'; 25 Bacon ........ @18 Lard, per lb @20 Eggs, " doz ;; 20. Mutton and Lamb per lb..,,; .. 10@20 Veal cutlets per lb...,;; .;..; @20 Potatoes per bus..,;.;.-....' .-......• $1 25 Dried Beef.,., ,.; ;...,.„; 28 Grain and Flour Markets. Bellefonte. Apr.. 14 1869. Flour per barrel ; §8 00 White wheat per bushel 1 40 Red wheat , 1 39 Corn-(new) 75 Oats ' go Ryeper bushel 1 25 Buckwheat per bus ;. 1 00 Cloverseed " " g £0 Plaster "B ton ifi 00

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

HOTELS. r\UR HOUSE. The undersigned adopts this method of informing his friends and the public generally that he continues to keep the Hotel on the corner of Allegheny and Bishop Sts., known by the cognomen of "OUR BO USE." Tho Proprietor has spared no pains in furnishing the house with new furniture. The beds and bedding are the very best; the rooms commodious and well ventilated. The accommodations, hoarding, &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. marl7'69-ly. ¦ , WM. BROWN, Propr. PLEASANT GAP HOTEL. The undersigned-having purchased the Hotel property at Pleasant Gap, adopts this method of informing his friends in part oular,' and the travelling community generally, that he has refitted and furnished his house in the best style. HIS TABLE will be supplied with the best the market will afford, and HIS BAR with ths best of Liquors HIS STABLING is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

RESTAURANT. The undersigned would inform the citizens of Bellefonte and community in general, that they continue to accommodate their friends at the Restaurant North of the Diamond, opposite the Court House. Oysters in every Style, Best PhiVa. Lager Beer, Porter, Ale ana. Sarsaparilla, Pies, Cakes, Candies, &a. Also FREE LUNCH EACH DAY. Hours, 9 A M. to 12 o'clock, M. Give us a call. jal8*69.1y. HOY * CO. A RCADJ SALOON. GEO. M. PECK, Proprietor. hereby inform my friends and the public generally that I continue to keep the arcIde SALOON, in Bush's Block, adjoining Howell, Gilliland & Go's. Store. Meals can be obtained at ALL HOURS during the day. Oysters, the very best, cooked in every style. Meals provided for Regular Baarders when order ed, and at reasonable rates. Thankful to the riblio for past favors, the continuation oft sb favors is respectfully solicited, f 17'69.1y. G. M. PECK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 14 April 1869

rHHE GEM RESTAURANT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. THE undersigned avails himself of this method of informing the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, and the traveling community in general, that he has opened a first class GEM REST A URANT, in the basement ot Bush & McLaine's new hotel near the Pa. JR. R. Depot. He keeps constantly on hand Oysters in every style, Roast Chicken, Pork Steak, Ham-aud-Eggs, Fresh Pish, Veal Cutlets; Cod Fish BaZIs.Baked Fish, RoiLt Turkey,Beefsteak, Fried Sausage; Mutton Chaps, Tea and Coffee, Claih Chowder, Lombs Fries, Fried Eels, and everything to suit the taste. Feeling assured that general satisfaction will bo given, he invites ; 11 to pay htm a visit. JOHNMALIPHANT, 3al3'69.1y. . Bellefonte, Pa. GLASS, all f>izes and qualities, at ¦ IRWIN & WILSON'S; "T ASIPS, every varieiy and kind at Jj I?.wi? & Yfiti' SOf

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