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

amag^mmmm^ma^^mgmmggf^ggmggfg^Ujmgj^i^m GROCERIES &c. i^ROCERY AND.PROVISION STOB * T WENTY P1R CENT SA YED. IT is now an established fact that Groceries of all kinds are now to be obtained at M. RUKKLE'S new GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE, On Allegheny Street Bellefonte, Pa., twenty per cent, cheaper than at any other establishment in town or country. Floui, of the very best quality, kept contantly on hand. Boaading-honse keepers, and Heads ef families would do well to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. Do not forget the place. j6'6911 M- RUCKLE' a .y. , J"" «">.'V\J —: C^OFFBB, Tea, Sogar, Molasses, is fih'orX / everything usually kept at a Grocery Store, for sale low, at M, RUNKLE'S. PEAS, Beans, Soup Peas, Soup Beansyfos sale cheap, at M. RUNKLB'ft CANNED Peaches, Canned Tomatoes Canned Apples, Canned Corn, Canned Fruits of all kinds kept constantly on hand at M. RUNKLE'S. DRIED Peaohes, Dried Apples, Dried Currants, Dried Emits of all kinds, at M...

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

! DRY GOODS. .A N IMPORTANT QUESTION ! NEW STOCK OF SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS, LET THE PEOPLE OF CENTRE COl'N TY CONSIDER! Why will you suffer yourselves'to he openly ROBBED by unprincipled dealers, when yen can buy your Dry and Fancy Goods, Boots and Shoes, Clothing, Groceries, <tc, and no danger of being CREATED by going direct to.the old Established stand ot LOEB, MAY & LOEB. WE we determined not to be excelled in selling Goods of the very best quality and at the most reasonable rates. LOEB, MAY LOEB. IT matters not what you wish to purchase DRY GOCDS, CLOTHING, GROCERIES, BOOTS * SHOES, or anything usually kept in First Class Stores, yau can be supplied by LOEB, MAY & LOEB. IiOISB, MAY & LOEB. SKIRTS—Hoop Skirfs, Balmoral Skirts for sale cheap by LOEB, MAY <fc LOEB. THE highest CASH PRICE paid for Wheat, Corn and Grain of all kinds by jan.6'691y . LOEB, MAY & LOEB. drugs; &c Tjl S.WILSON'S DRUG STORE JLL •...

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

Bitummus Coal at Snow Shoe Depot. Serened Coal ¦ .$4.50 per ton Run of Mines.... .....2.80 per ton Pino Coal...,.., 2.00 per ton Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot. Pine Boards, Run of Mill $18.00 per M Pine boards, Culls 14.00 per M Hemlock Butt Stuff.;.... 15.00 per M Hemlock Boards 14.00 per M Milroy Markets. Corrected Weekly by Geo. & J. P. Blymyer MixaoT, Pa., Apr ,14 1869. White Wheat, p bushel $1 40 Red « ;. * ! 30 Rye ^ bushel j 20 Oats ZrZ.'.'Z 50 g?rIey*** 150 Flaxseed 1 fj Cloverseed .7....11' . ° .'. ° .".'. ° .,." 8 00 Plaster, Ground .'. ° .".'.'.'."!1. °1".'.'. 12 00 Fine Salt, American 2 50 Coarse ".......... ."...'.'.'.','." 2 75 G. A. Salt .".'.'.'l.l.'.'.'lllllll 3 00 Linaeburners Coal .'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.','." 4. 50 Store Coal, Wilkes Barrel.....'!!.''''" " g 00 Philadelphia Markets. Wkdhesdat, Apr 14,1869. FLOUR.—The Flour market is very dull and prices are weakT The sales foot up I.. 000 barrels, including ' snpeifine at $5. 25 @5. 50-extras at! $6.25@6...

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

DRY GOODS, &c. $1000REWARD!!!"" ZIMMERMAN BRO'S. & CO (No. 2, Busa's Arcade,) BELLEFONTE, PENN'A., OFFER the above reward for the apprehen sion and conviction of the man who says "IT IS A HUMB UG' ' THAT A DOLLAR SAVED IN BUYING GOODS IS better than a DOLLAR WORKED FOR. WE have the evidesce each day of numbers who purchase of us after having examined other stccks, that this is not a humbug, hut a STUBBORN TRUTH, and that our Goods ARBSOLD AT LOWBR PRICES than any other in the State. We cannot ENTTMEKATE ARTICLES, ss it would require this entire page to do so. Suffice it t» say that we supply anything you wast, . AND GUARANTEE F.ULL SATISFACTION t» all, as to LOW PRICES and QUALITY OF GOODS, We respectfully request you all to call and .SATISFY YOURSELVES. AFAIRTEST ISALLWEASK 21IMMERMAN, BRO'S. & CO. ja6"69.y. NEW GOODS AND NEW PRI CBS!! HIGH RATES RUBBED OUT I GOODS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICESHOFFBK & BRO'S. Would respectfully inform their old fri...

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

Agricultural Department WEDNESDAY MORNING, Apr. 14, '69

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

The Independent Farmer. Let sailors sing of the windy deep, Let soldiers praise their armor, But in my heart this toast I'll keep : " The Independent farmer." When first the rose in robe of green Unfolds its crimson lining ; And round his cottage porch is seen The honeysuckle twining ; When banks of bloom their sweetness yield To bees that gather honey • He drives his team across the field, Where skies are soft and sunny. The blackbird clucks behind tho plow, The quail pipes loud and clearly ; The orchard hides behind its bougb, The home he loves so dearly. The gray old barn-doors do enfold His ample store in measure; More rich than heaps of hoarded gold A precious, blessed treasure; While yonder in the porch there stands, His wife, the lovely charmer, Tho sweetest rose in all his lands, The independent farmer. To him the Spring comes dancingly, To him the Summer blushes; Autumn smiles with mellow ray, His sleep old Winter hushes; He cares not how the world may move No doubt o...

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

wheat on Clover Ground-Professor Voelock, in a recently published valuable report on this subjeet, arrives at the conclusions which we epitomize below. They are the result of very careful estimates and experiments, and must command the attention ol all interested in wheat culture. Whatever may be said of his particular conclusions, there can be no doubt of acceptance of the general one in favor of clover, as furnishing the elements most needed for a good growth of wheat. 1. A good crop of clover removes from the soil more potash, phosphoric acid, lime, and other matter which enter into the composition of the ashes of our cultivated cropg, than any other crop usually grown in this country [England]. 2. There is fully three times as much nitrogen in a crop of clover, as in the average produce of the grain and straw of wheat per acre. 3. Notwithstanding the large amount of nitrogenous matter and of ash constituents of plants, in the produce of an acre, clover is an excellent prepar...

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

Growing Potatoes—Best Way. To grow potatoes to the best advantage, is to grow them after the English :ystem. They have their rows about two and a half feet apart, and the seed dropped ten to twelve inches in the row. This gives uniformity of size, the object aimed -at; for this uniformity, avoiding tho two extremes of large and small tubers, is productive of quality, a fine tender grain, removed from the coarse and the watery. This course will secure potatoes of a more uniform size, and yet the same, or more, in quantity. There are no hollow ones, few small ones; they command a better price in market, and are equally good, or better, to feed.— This is the practice of the Irish in this country, who have emigrated here, as we have seen." There is less growth of vino, and more, in proportion, of fruit. It took the English many years before they perfected thsir system, Tho great requisite, aside from what we have stated, is to keep the soil mellow and free from weeds.— This favors...

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

Shearing Sheep by Steam. The Melbourne, Australia,' correspondent of the Alexandria Courier contributes the following : " I saw a machine at work the ether day which is likely to cause a great change in the sheep farming interest; it is no less than a machine to shear sheep by steam, and from what I saw of it, it is likely to be a complete success. The machine is made of brass, something in the shape of a small trowel; the motion is got up by a turbine wheel about' two inches in diameter, and this is geared info another wheel on which is fixed a cutter; in front is a comb, which serves as a guide, and against cutting the skin or the sheep. The steam is conveyed from the boiler by a tube of Endia rubber; this tube, or pipe, is double, having one inside the other; the inner one is the injection, and the space between the two is the ejection. The machine can be handled quite easily, and will be used just in the same fashion as two shears, but will cut much quicker and far cleaner, ...

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

Timeiy Hints. See that the work harness are in good repair, and well oiled for the spring work. Hunt up the devices and the clevis pins. Examine the horse-rake, and see if the teeth are missing, or any of the wood or iron work broken; if so, mend it up. Look well to the mowerand reaper, to see if repairs are needed, or are likely to bo. If so, order them from the agent. Notice if any harrow teeth were lost last season; if so, get new ones made. Count over the hay forks, hand rases, hoes, spades, shovels, and see how many handles are broken; if any, get new ones for them. Overhaul the wagon hay "racks," and sec what needs to be done to them, and do it. Make a thorough examination of the cultivators and seed drills and see if repairs, in any respect, are wanted; and if so, make them. Take a Iorjk at the scythes and cradles, to see if the nibs and heel wedges are all right. ^ There are a great many little thing:?, like the above, that should be seen to before the spring work is fai...

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

To Prevent Rost on Plows.—A correspondent of the Rurul World says: None but the plowman knows the advantage of having a bright plow. The writer has tried a great many articles to prevent plows and other agricultural implements from rusting. There is nothing so good and handy as patent axle grease. I have used tallow, paint and Japan varnish, but the axle grease is always convenient and easily applied.

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

MISCELLANEOUS. A MERICAN BUTTON-HOLE OVER-SEAMING AND SEWING-MA CHINE COMBINED. MEDAL AWARDED AT THE PARIS EX POSITION, 1867. In directing- attention to the celebrate) In directing attention to the celebrated COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AND SEWING MACHINE, we leel fully warranted in claiming for it unquestionable superiority over all others as a Family Machine.— The Simplicity, Ease and Certainty with which it operates, as well as tho uniform excellence of its work, certainly place it far it advance of any other similar invention of the age. It is also the >:ftcape«',intrinsieally, as well as the best, since it is really two machines combined in one, (by .- simple aiad beautiful mechanical arrangement never before accomplished by human ingenuity.) making either tbe lock Stitch or Button Hole Stitch, as occasion may require. It is, at the same time, simple in construction, comparatively noiseless, easily understool, and, in a wird, it combines with those advantages exclusi...

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

JAMES H. RANKISr. B. 31. IRWIS Attorn ey-at-Law. T>ANKIN & IRWIN, REAL ESTATE ash GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, No. 3, Armory Building, Bellefonte, Pa. ' Represent the following Companies : CAPITAL STOCK. A3tna Fire, Hartford Conn, $5,502,850.19 Home Fire, New York 2.000.000 Putnam Fire, Connecticut, 500,000 Guardian Fire and Marine, Phil'a,...500,000 Wyoming Fire,WHUcsbarre, capital and surnlus, 170,000 Lancaster city and county, Lancaster, Penn'a, 2C0.0P0 J3TNA LIFE. Assets over,.... §10,000,000 Annual Income, 0,000 000 Siirples, 2,000,000 Losses paid in lS6S,..Three-Fourths of a Million Dollars. Dividends over, One-Half of a Million Dollars. Life Insurance on all plans. mar2'"69-ly.

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

JAS. A. QCIGLET. HEHRT /"kUIGLEY & CROSKEY'S CHEAP CASH STORE, CltOSEET EAGLEVILLE, CENTRE CO., PENN'A WE take pleasure in announcing to farmers and tbe public generally that we keep constantly on hand, at our store in Ea»leville, Dry Goods, Groceries, &c, and SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE in town or "country. We shall always en .deavor to purchase good Goods and war arnt evcrthing as wo represent it. Wo also ilways pay the highest ' PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Please call and examine our stock for yourselves. jal3'C9.1y.

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

f I 9 f f f f f I f TO THE WORKING CLASS.— I am now prepared to furnish all classes with constant employment at their homes, the whole of the time, or for the spare moments. Busines new,light and profitable. Fifty cents to 55 per evening, is easily earned by persons of either sex, and the boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.— Great inducements are offered those who fill devote tbeir 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 tho following unnarallelsd offer; To'all who are not well satisfied with the business, I will send St to" pay for tbe trouble of writing to me. Fu.l particulars, directions, &c, sent free. Sample sent by mail for ten cents. Address, E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, Maine, n-ar24'69.3m. ¦

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

"VJ"AILS, all sizes and kinds, at -U IRWIN WILSON'S.d LAMPS, evei-T- -,-„,-iety afld kind ai - ;, •¦ • •¦ IRWIN & WILSON'S

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

TIN.& SHEET-IRONWARE. miN AND SHEET-IRON STORE. THE OLDEST TIN- WARE ESTABLISHMENT IN BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. Thojundersigned hereby desires to call the attention of his many patrons, and the entire people of .Centre ¦» Co., th it he man- ~"' ufactures TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE, Cheaper and on a larger scale than ever.— He keeps constantly for sale. Tin Buckets. Wash Boilers Coffee Boilers, Fruit Cans, Dish Pans, Lard Cans. Wash Basins, Coal Oil Cans, Stove-pipe ofthe best Russia, and other iron, constantly on hand. Particular attention paid to ROOFING AND SPOUTING. All work warranted. Give us a call. WM. S. WOLF, iaG'OS.ly. Allegheny Street.

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

"W'ETSLER & TWITMIRE. MILESBURG, PENN'A. MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN COOK AND PARLOR STOVES, HEATERS FOR CHURCHES & DWELLINGS. Tho following Pattern of Cook Stoves con stantly on band. BARLEY-SHEAF, REGULATOR, IKON-SIDES, FARMER, EUREKA, AMITY. Castings and all kinds of repairs furnished to order for all kind of stoves in market Russia Sheet iron finished, Gas Burners neatly repaired. A large assortment of TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE of our own manufacture, keptconstantly on hand, which we will sell Wholesale or Retail at prices as reasonable as elsewhere. SPOUTING, ROOFING, and all kinds of Jobbing done on the shortest notice and warranted. We will receive orders for and put up " COPPER LIGHTNING RODS," whion are superior to all other Rods in market. • We will pay tbe highest market prices for 31d Metal, Copper, Brass, Pewter, &C-, <f-c, Ac. We always enndeavor to sell CHEAPER THAN TEE CHEAPEST. Try us and be convinced. ja6'69.3y.

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

I wf^SPBI ^»— —* iU W v^V.-a'X "OUR OLD HOME," . THE undersigned having secured tho exclusive sale of this justly celebrated Stove, have no hesitancy in pronouncing it THE BEST COOKING STOVE manufactured in tbe United States to-day. They have improvements over all other Cocking Stoves, and arj pronounced by all who'have used or sold them, to be the best EVER OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC. We also keep on hand all kinds of PLAIN, PRESSED, FANCY AND JAIANNED TINWARE, which will be sold at the lowest possible rates. JOB WORK OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS done at the shortest notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. Feeling_ satisfied that we can please all who are disposed to be pleased, and that wo are determined not to be out done by either Jew, Gentile, Turk or Heathen, we invite the public to call aud examing our stock before purchasing elsewhere. Don't fail to call and see our "OLD HOME COOKING STOVES." LONBERGER & HENRY, No. 4, Bush's Arcade, mar24'69 ly. Bellefonte Pa

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

BOOKS & STATIONERY. TVTEW BOOK STORE. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Booh, Stationery &¦ News Emporium JACOB D. MILLER Has purchased the Book, Stationary and News establishment of Kinsloe and Brother on Allegheny street,near the Diamond, to whioh ho has just added a large invoice of goods, such as is generally kept in a well conducted Book and Stationery Store. His stock consists of Theological, Medi-al, Law, Miscellaneous, Sunday School and School Books, Time Books, Pass Books,andDiarie*s, Every grade and price of Cap, Legal, Bill. Letter, Bath and Note Paper, One French Paper. Envelopes of every descriptio ¦ and Price, Pens. Inks, Inkstands, Erasers, Rubber bands, transparent and common Slates, Slate Pencils, Load Pencils, Craj'ons, &a. —ALSO—Daily and Weekly Papers, Magazines, and Sheet Music, a large supply of -Legal and Justices Blanks, constantly on hand. Also U. S. Internal Revenue Stamps at face. Ho is also Wholesale Agent for Lochman's Celebrated Writing F...

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