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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

"VXTHITE FISH, Herring, mackerel, &e BURNSIDE i THOMAS'. ja6'69.1y. DRY GOODS, &e. GROCERIES, &c

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

PHILADELPHIA STORE! PHILADELPHIA STOKE PAILADELPHIA STORE. ' KEELER.& MUSSER. ANOTHER NEW STORE. /GROCERY AND PROVISION BTORB, ! - TWENTY PI R CENT SA VEB. t-.-.T ;.,• . IT in aowjafije^tabljshed foot that Groceries ef all kinds ar« now U be obtained at M. RUKKLB'S new ANOTHER NEW STORE. ANOTHER NEW STORE. KELLER & MUSSER have Just opened tho best, cheapest, largest, as well as the best assorted stock of of Goods in Bellefonte or Central Pennsylvania, at their hew PHILADELPHIA STORE, in BEOGKERHOFF'S BLOCK, Bisiop St. FOR THE LADIES. GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE, On Allegheny Street Bellefonte, Pa.',, twenty per cent, cheaper than at any. cteot establishment in town or country..-Flour of, the very best quality, kept contantly on hand. Boaading-bonst keepers, and Heads of families would do well. ,to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. , Do not forget - .-.-.,. . the place. - ''• • . jaSmiy.] M. RUNKLE.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

They have Silks, Coburgs Alpacas, Merinoji) Wool Delaines; Lustres, Ginghams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Handkerchiefs, Kid and other Gloves, Hosiery, Balmorals, Hoop-skirts, and a general vavariety of Ribbons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc>, • at the Jowest prices. . (COFFEE, Tea,.Sugar, Molass6«/in short J,, every thine .usually kept at.«, Grocery Store; for sale low, at. . M.RUNKLE'S. , _ _ s^« i. . ¦¦'. ¦' ' '¦? .-.t PE AS, Beans,.Soup Peas,-Soup Beans; for sale cheap, at % RUNKLEfS'. , CANNED Peaches, Canned Toic'a'toesA Canned Apples, Canned Corn, Canned Fruits of all kinds kept constantly on hand at M. RCNKLB'S. FOR GENTLEMEN They hayo Black and Blue Cloths, Block *>d Fancy Ca'ssioieJes, gattinetts, fweeds, Meltons, Water-proof Clqth, Silk, Satin and common Vestings, etc., in great Variety, and at prices thaat will givo general satisfaction to bnyerV. DRIED Peaches, Dried Apples, Dr ied Currants, Dried Fruits o f all kinds, at M. RUNKLE'S., CANDIES, Can...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

of Bush's Arcade, in Rooms No. 1 and 2 have just returned from the oity with one of the largest and best assortments of Goods tver broogtt to Centre oo. Having the Largest assortment of Dry Goods and Groceries they are abl» to rule the Market.. Wo ask an examination of the Ladies Dress Goods.., , -' CALICO FRdai 8 to IS ets Per Yard. Maslins that will astonish tho purchaser, Carpets at old fashioned priees. The largest assortment of Cassimere is Market, READY MADE CLOTHING warranted to give perfeot satisfaction. Oar shoes for Ladies ware can't be excelled Our Grocery department astonishes every one i BASKETS in all their vaopties, chUdrons carriages ^ willow -ware, guns, pistols, powder, shot, cap's;, cartridges; to., at . ._ .BURNSIDE &THOMAS*. TfcTEW PATTERNS of oil cloths; at ft; JLl dttce,d;pri.3e3, at • '. .-., ,... , , tt • - BURNSIDE.^ TfiOMAS*. "VTOTIONS pf all kinds/Stokhig's gloves, I> .SCandkerchiefs, combs/iso-eketbooka, in all their variety and very c...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

in assortment and low prices. o in assortment ana low prices. SYRUP, SUGAR, TEA <e COFFEE. Canned -Ftfrit;,. J^Winft. TtmnoaVio ««,A Canned FraitaJelliesDomestis and /"BANNED FRtiLTS. t.(.s>.«K.w. (»«»«.«« CANNED FRtilTS, peaches; tomatoes pine apples, and peas -tcfi great variety, s t BURSIDE i THOMAS. ety,.i autknwa & xnusaAS. , , Foreign Fruits, Cheese and Pastries of allkinds, and every other article belonging totho Grocery Department. WHOLE SALE AT PHILADELPHIA RATES. BABBITS SOAP, Wm,-Ha|an,a.ndKeonS; olive soap, Dobbins' soap, Jesso. Oakley's soaps, old cast&e, {furs, Palm soap, Elderling's soap, and a great variety of other soaps, at . .,-....-. - BURNSIDE * THOMAS'.' . FARMERS, MECHANICS AND LABORERS, LOOK to yonr interest. Whitman's celebrated/Confections, Whitman's celebrated.chocplate, , :i Buker's choobIatt,Sm'itli''8-cb. ' o6olat9i China Gingei.',Eaglish'PiaiJ9« American Pickles, at , BURNSIDE k THOMAS

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

One dollar saved is still one dollar In your pocket. Then call and see at what astonishing Low Prices. HOWELL GILLILAND & CO. are selling Dry Goods and Groceries. No pains spared in showing their Goods. If not as represented we will pay you for your trouble. DON'T FORGET THE PLAGE, Bush's Arcade, Rooms No. 1 and 2. ja6'69.1y. M E A T. JITEAT MARKET. N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposite Court House, i BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. i JESSE MORGAN, < Would respectfully call the attention ojt. the t citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, to the superior quality of i -.. . . s FRESH MEAT ! FRESH MEAT Ic Constantly to be found on hand. £ HOTELS. /•lARMAN'S HOTEL; DAN'L GARi^A%' Prop'r. This.iosg.establisheiJ^nd well known Hotel, situated on the southeast corner of the Diamond, opposite the Co^'rt.Sopse, having been purchased by th>. .undersigned, he anJ nounces to the. former .patrons of this establishment and to the traveling publio generally, that he has thoroughly refitted big ho...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Great complaints . are made in many of our towns and cities of the adulteration of drugs and medicines. The evil is indeed a serious one, for impure medicines might possibly, in a critical time, decide for one the grave issue of life or death. Our people however, need not be uneasy, as our friend! *!-8- Wilson, at his store, on the comer of the Square, keeps only pure drugs, selected with great care, and sold at a reasonable figure. Try his stock, if you need anything m his line. We are confident you will be satisfied. We are informed that our friend F: P. Green ntends moving his fine stock of drugs and chemicals to the new Hotel building, over the creek, next spring. Mr. Green is an adept in his business, and keeps a first class drug store. Until April, his patrons will find Mai at the' old place, under the Brockerhoff House, ready to supply anything they may wishinthe- way of drugs, medi-. cines, *c. Special Notices

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

AiriGulMl 'Dwrtment Thorough Draining and Deep Culture. The fact is patent to the most superficial observation that the. total sum of the vast production of our agriculture is the yield of an average depth of cultivation of soil not exceeding six inches—comparatively a mere film of the earth's surface. All the inorganic matter needed by plants, and all other elements of their nutrition and full development that come from the earth, must be supplied within this limit, while all the soil below this depth is unemployed and in-< ert. The roots of the grain and grasses do not ordinarily extend below the depth cultivated; and the average of this in our country is insufficient either for protection against drouth, for adequate returns for the labor of cultivation, or for full supplies of farm products for national consumption.— We may not be able to calculate the precise amount of increase in production due to. an additional inch in depth of cultivation, but experiments have s...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Manured Potatoes.—T. Montgomery, of Mattoon, 111., writing to the Rural American on the subject of raising potatoes, says, that last year he planted five-eighths of an acre of Peachblow potatoes. Before planting, the ground was laid off with a two-horse plow in deep furrows; these were then filled nearly half full of very well rotted manure, then harrowed over and the potatoes planted and covered with the hoe. Then another patch of the same size was planted the same, except the manure, Now for the result, the cultivation being the same. The first lot yielded 2-18 bushels, and the latter only 75. I think the manuring paid in this instance, as it will doubtless always do.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

We think from present indications that wheat will raise.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

The Farmer's Workshop. No reasonable farmer will dispute the importance of having a workshop upon his premises, and especially those who have boys to' bring up. Boys will be busy, and if opportunity is not given for a full employment of their time, either with work or sport at home, they will seek diversion abroad, which will net usually result profitably. A farmer gives his experience and opinion upon the matter in the subjoined sensible talk : How many farmers do we find that have not the ingenuity to repair a rake, or other small farm implement. Were they brought up on a farm ?—Yes. Well, then, why is it? Some may say they are of that unfortunate class of mortals that are not gifted with their share of ingenuity. This is a great mistake. If you will take the trouble to inquire of them what they spent their time at when young, they will tell you farming. Was their father a fjirmer? Yes, the best in the neighborhood, they may say.— Well what did he employ himself and boys at rain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Superior Early Rose Potatoes. —We learn that several parties last spring sold large quantities of a variety of potatoe that resembles the Early Rose, but is a spurious kind.— That same variety is now being sold in various parts of the country at a reduced rates; and it will be well for our readers to be cautious in making purchases of irresponsible parties.— We obtained our supply from the party who first introduced it to the public; consequently, we guarantee that it is genuine.—Rural American.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

The Commissioners on the cattle disease appointed in New York, have ordered that all cars containing cattle shall be stopped on entering the State, and if not in good condition the cattle are to be disembarked and the cars disinfected, after which, if the cattle are healthy, they can be reshipped. At other points, the same process will be repeated if necessary.- - Sufficient precaution will be taken in ease actual disease is found. Sorrel, which is a pest to any field, may be eradicated by the judicious application of lime or ashes. The souring principle of sorrel is oxalic acid ; if this is removed from the soil, sorrel cannot grow. Lime or potash unite with the oxalic acid, forming oxolate of lime or potash. These substances are sometimes called sweeteners of the soil, from their ability to remove acide from it. Sorrell will never grow on lime soil. It is said that owing to the drouth last year, short keeping during the exposure to heavy rains in spring, the wool clip in Ohio ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

She Would'nt Marry A Mechanic. A young man began visiting a young woman, and appeared to be well pleased. One evening he called when it was quite late, which led the young girl to inquire where he had been. "I had to work to-night." "What! do you work for a living?" she inquired, in astonishment. "Certainly," replied the young man. "I am a mechanic." " I dislike the name of a mechanic," and she turned up her pretty nose. That was the last time the young man visited the young woman. He is now a wealthy man, and has one of the best women in the country for his wife. The lady who disliked the name of mechanic is now the wife of a miserable fool, a regular vagrant about grog-shops, and the soft,, verdant and miserable girl is obliged to take in washing in order to support herself and children. You dislike the name of mechanic, eh? You, whose brothers are but well dressed loafers. We pity any girl who has so little brains, who is so verdant, so soft, as to think less of the young man...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Running Out of Meeting. Lorenzo Dow is reported to have stopped persons from leaving his meeting by requesting "all who had holes in the heels of their stockings to go then or stay through." A similar instance though more truthful, and in better taste, is given in the history of Phineas Rice, a Methodist itinerant. While he was stationed in one of the New York churches, he found that many of the young people, of both sexes, were, accustomed to leave the church before closing the evening service. It annoyed him, and he determined to stop it. The next Sabbath cveninc before he commenced his sermon, he said: Some of my brethren have been greatly afflicted that, so many young women leave church before the service is through. But I tell them that they ought not to feel so, for doubtless most of those that go out are young women who live at service, and their mistresses require them to be at home at nine o'- clock; and the young men have to go out to wait upon them home; so hereafter,...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

Resist the Beginning. —Tne Arabs have a fable of a miller, who was one day startled by a camel's nose thrust in the window of a room where he was sleeping. " It is very cold, outside,'' said the camel; "I only want to get my nose in." Thenose waslet in, then the neck, and finally the whole body. Presently the miller began to be extremely inconvenienced by the ungainly companion he had obtained, in a room certainly not large enough for both. " If you are inconvenienced," said the camel, "you may leave. As for myself. I shall stay where I am." The moral of the fable concerns all. When temptation occurs, we must not yield to it. We must not allow as much as its "nose" to come in. Everything like sin is to be turned away from. He who yields even in the smallest degree, will soon be entirely overcome; and the last state of this man is worse than the first.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

A mountain exchange tells of a band of Indians who made a sudden attack on a band of soldiers in the mountains. The soldiers had a mountain howitzer mounted on a mule.— Not having time to get it off and put it in position, they backed up the mule and let drive at the Indians.— The load was so heavy that mule and and all went tumbling down the hill toward the savages, who, not understanding that kind of warfare fled like deer. Afterwards one of them was captured, and when asked why he ran so, replied : "Me big injun, not afraid of big guns or little guns, but when white men load up and fire a whole jackass at injun, me don't know what to do."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

This is the way a French paper chronicles an accident: "On Saturday an accident, which might have been attended with sad results, took place in this city (Paris.) Abricklayer, having lost his balance, fell from the sixth story of a house to the street. Fortunately, two women, who were chatting on the sidewalk, received the falling man on their heads and broke his fall. The bricklayer was taken up safe and sound. The bystanders shuddered to think that but for a lucky chance the accident would have cost him his life. The two women were instantly killed."

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

The distinguished English orator, Robert Lowe, said in a speech made a few days before the Parliamentary election : " My wish is to carry on the progress of the country in the direction which for good or evil it has taken. That is the pKoblem which I invite you to consider. Perhaps the best thing is to look at America, not as a warning to deter, but as an example to imitate."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 13 January 1869

TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE. FT1IN AND SHEET-IRON STORE. THE OLDEST TIN-WARE ESTABLISHMENT IS BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. undersigned hereby desires to call the attention of his many patrons, and the entire people of Centre Co.,tb.it he manufactures 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 of the 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, jaG'OS.ly. Allegheny Street.

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