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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

DEUGS, &o Tji S.WILSON'S DRUG STOEB NE W L O CA TION. Southwest Comer of High and Allegheny Streets, Bellefonte, Pa. (No, 1. Bboksf.hofp's Row.) The subscriber respectfully announces to his numerous acquaintances and the pul li n general that he bus removed his DRUG <k MEDICINE STORE, io tho corner room of Brokerfcoff's new building on the Diamond, where he nas constantly on hand, a largo stock of DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DYESTUFFS, GLASS, INSTRUMENTS, VARNISH, TURPENTINE, Linseed Oil, Coal Oil, Lamps, Chimneys Brushes, Hair Oil, Extracts, Toilet Soaps, Tobaooo, Segars, &o., &c. Also a variety of fancv 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. jS@*" Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipes carefully compounded at all hn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

DRY GOODS, &e. vTEW" GOODS AND NEW PRI jS . CBS J! HIGH RATES RUBBED OUT! GOODS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICESfiOFFIE & BRO'S. Would respectfully inform their old friends, that thoy are daily receiving a large We respectfully request you all to call and SATISFY YOURSELVES. AFAIRTBSTISALLWEASK DON'T FAIL TO CALL AT ZIMMERMAN, BRO'S. & CO. ja6'69.y. AND GUARANTEE FULL SAI2SFACTION te all, as to LOW PRI-CS3 and ". QUALITY OF GOODS, BELLEFONTE, PENN'A., OFFER the above r'awatd for lbs apprehension and conviction of the man who says "IT I&f A 3 tfMB ffG*' THAT A DOLLAR SAVED IN BUYING SOODS 18 BETTER THAS A DOLLAR WORKED FOR. WE have the evidence each day of numbers who purchase-of ns after having exam ined other sti cks, that this is not a humbug, but a STUBBORN TRUTH. and that our Goods ARE SOLD AT LOWER PRICES than any other in tho State. Wo cannot ENUMERATE ARTICLES, as it would require this entire page to do so. Suffice it to say that wo supply...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

SALT, &c Which we will dispese of at the ' lowest cash prices. All kinds of country produce taken in exchange for goods, aad tfl-3 highest marie, prices allovsci FRIENDS A WAKB TO YOUR INTEREST For we fesl satisfied that we can suit your tastes as well as your purses. ja6'69.ly , Vj-EW STORE. ~ HARPSS BROTHERS Have opened uj an ENTIRE NEW STOCK of aOODS of every descripiion.at their new storo room on Spring str'aet; which were purchased at "panic PRICES, and will be sold as low if not lower, than can be found elsewhere in this section. Their stock eoniprizes in part, Dry Goads, Notions, Millinery Goods, - Hoseries, FaEcy Goods, Clothing, Boots & Shoes, Hats & Caps, Sarpet-Bags, Umbrellas, Parasols, Sentlemen a.nd Ladies Furnishing Goods, Ladies Cloaks <fc Circulars, In Silk and Cloth, Carpeting, Sroeeries Queensware Jbc. STATIONERY, and everything else that is to hs found in a well stocked coimtry store. COUNTRY PRODUCE, taken in oxehange for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

' GROCERIES &c. pROCERYAND PROVISION STOfliS T WENT YPIR CENT SA YEO. IT is now an established fact that Grocer, les of all kinds ara now to he obtained c: M. RUNKLE'S new GROCERY "ANB PROVISION STORK On Allegheny Street Bellefonte, Pa., twenty per cent, cheaper than at any othei establishment in town or country. Float; of tho vory best qaality, kept can-, tautly on haad. Boaading-housff keepers, and Beads ef families^ weald do well to give him a call before purchasing else where. Do not forget the placa. jaO'Sfi.ly.] M. RUNKLfi.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

( {OFFBEj.Tea,"Sugar. Molasses, in shnrt J everything usually kept at a Grocery Store, for sale low, at M. RUNKLE'S. PEAS, Beans, Soap Peas, Soap Beans, for sale cheap, at M. RUNKLB'S. CANNED Peaches, Canned Tomatoes Canned Apples, Canned Corn, Canned Fruits of all kinds kept constantly on hand at M: RUNKLE'S. DRIED Peaches, Dried Apples, Dn»d Currants, Dried Fruits of all kinds, at M. RUNKLE'S. CANDIES, Candies. A.splendid variety of Candies and Nuls, for sale low at M. RUNKLls'S. QUEENSWARE of the very, heat quality for sale cheap, at. M. RUNKLE'S. WILLOW Baskets, and Willow-Ware of all kinds and sizes, for sale cheap, at M; RUNKLE'S. ORAlSG-ES, Lemons, Figs and- Nuts, far sale at M. RUNK-.E'S. rpQBACCO, Tobacco. Chewing Tobaeoe, X Snuff anil Segars, the very best and ef all kinds, at ' M. RUNKLE'S. CUCUMBER and othor Pickles, Tomatoe Catsup, Marmalades Jellies ot all'kinds it " M.'.RDNKLE'S. GGLASSWARE, Glass Fruit Js>ra and If Dishes, a fine assortmeat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

QTOCK RAISERS, LOOK TO U YOUR TRUE INTERE-TS.—You can raise a good horse as cheaply as a poor one. Tho magnificent Horso " LEW PETTIT " will be found at the stable of the'<€ummiu"s House," Bellefonte, until the end o.f June,OE. Monday's, Tue-day's, Wednesday's and Saturday's, and on Thursday's and Friday's a< Spangler's stable at Centre Hall, Terms, for insurance.„„ ...$25 00 « LEW PETTIT" is a Dark Bay,"5 year; old, and weighs 1200 pounds. He is a blooded horse, fast, kind and hardy. He 53 of tho Wood of Messenger, which is related to the Hambltonian,and waa sired by Champion, one of tho most celebrated Horses of this country. His mother is Abdalla, now owned near Elmira.N. Y., a mare that has few equals, aad for practical usefulness ns superiors. W. D. RiKAUD, rtconi-. ISAAC MILLER. Groom. Inprc'C'S 06. 1 ,OOR LOCKS of all kimts.t,,a„it eveay U body, at IRWIN & Wll.SOX'rf LAMPS, every variety and kind at IRWIN & WILSON

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

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Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Apiltial DprtMt WEDNESDAY MORNING, May 5, '69

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

When to Buy a Farm. Very few persons seem to know that the months.of June and July are the best in the year in which to look for or purchase a farm. At this season one ean judge whether the land can or does produce good crops ; for, if it is rich the waving grass and grain will he an ocular demonstration of the fact; and if there if, according to the stereotyped assertion, an abundance of choice fruit,it can be seen at this time to tho best advantage. The lowlands will show whether they are really dry enough for pastures in summer, and the upland its capacity for withstanding a drought. If there are any mosquitoes about they will generallymake their appearance known at this time if ever, and by observing the children in the neighborhood one can determine whether the locality ishealtby or otherwise. . •Summer is also a good time to view the neverfailins spring and the troutpond near by, and a draught from the one and a lunch from the other are attractions which those who poss...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Bedding Horses in Sawdust. A late issue of the London Field contains the result of an experiment, the feasibility of which says: " Having used sawdust as bedding for horses for a length of time, the results of my experience may not be unacceptable lo some of your inquiring readers. I litter my horse on it to the depth of five or six inches, raking off the damp and solid surface every morning, and spreading evenly a little fresh,removing the whole only four times a year. Its advantages appeared to be many, of which I will state a few which give it, in my estimation, its greatest superiority over straw. It is much cleaner and more easily arranged, and of course much cheaper at first cost, making in the end excellent manure. It is peculiarly beneficial to the feet, affording a cool, porous stufEng,a substitute for the soil or earth we always find in the hoofs of a horse at grass, and present the resemblance to the horses' footing—the earth. " We have never had a diseased foot since...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Oyster shells and lime marls are very beneficial to soils which have been repeatedly and severely cropped. Lime marls, especially, are valuable. They contain phosphorus and ammonia, both of which properties the soil must have to produce wheat. The shell and marl can be burned like limestone, and hauled on the fields and slacked, when they are finely pulverized, and can be evenly distributed aver the field. This lime should be Uf ed only as a top-dressing and harrowed in, as it has a tendency to sink into the soil. The disease known as diptheria in ¦ chickens may be cured easily by the following method: Take a small wooden paddle and remove the yellow matter from the tongue, and then . apply lard and black pepper to the .diseased parts. A single application is generally sufficient, and a second is always sufficient.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Whitewash is all right in its place—and it is in its place on fences and out buildings, but it is not in its place when it is on trees, where we have seen it in several orchards and door yards. Don't try to make the trunks of your trees look like fence posts.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

The Potato Mania. What has it all amounted to? Has all the high prices and careful culture done anything for us except to show the utter folly of people paying a dollar per pound for any of them at any time? One-tenth that price would have been their full value. What has become of the Monitor, the Harrison, the Early Goodrich, the Garnet-Chili, the Cusco,the Rusty-Coat and half a dozen others ? Not one of them can come within a mile of the Peach-Blow, either the pink or white variety. A writer in the Prairie Farmer, residing inGrundycounty, Illinois, speaking of his potato crop.last year,says: "My early potatoes did not do well last season ; the hot weather of June and July was too much for them. But my Peach-Blows yielded me over two hundred bushels an acre. Whenever my boys and I saw statements in the paper of large yields of single hills, of Early Rose or any other of the fancy potatoes,iue weighed ihe best hills dug for table use,and found thai we were ahead nearly every...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Does Clover or Timothy Cause Bust on Wheat ? Upon this subject a correspondent of the Rural Geiiileman says: This is a questioDjthat has for a long time agitated the minds of intelligent farmers, but it has been settled to my mind, at least, by a series of experiments. I am satisfied that it does in at least ninety-five cases out of a hundred. I have sown the wheat with and without; the grass seed, and have never seen rust when there was no grass, whilst in the same field the rust has effected the wheat. The grass holds the dampness of the roots of the wheat, and when the sun. shines out very warm, produces the blight. Besides the wheat standing alone will produce five bushels more to the acre than when the grass is sown. I mean, now, that this will bo the average difference. But the question arises: When shall the grass be sown ? I answer: After the wheat harvest, plow the field and prepare it smoothly and sow the grass seeds of whatever kind you desire, and your crop of grass ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Roillig Grain in The Spring. If farmers would look at the theory of rolling the wheat aad rye fields in the spring.says the Germantown Telegraph^ would be resorted to much more frequently than it is. Occasionally the winter and spring have been so favorable to these crops as not to render it necessary. But in three seasons out of four it is necessary, and doubtless adds considerable to their productiveness. The thawings and the freezings of the ground, throwing or spewing out the roots and exposing them to the drying winds of February and March,very seriously affect the grain. Passing a roller over as soon as the soil is fit to enter upon, presses back the roots into their beds, and gives them a fair grip again upon the support on which the crop must depend. This must be apparent to every one who will look at its operation. We have no doubt that rolling clover fields that have been badly thrown up by the frost.would also have a most beneficial effect.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Value of Cabbages. For several weeks past large and round cabbage-heads have been selling for thirty and forty cents each' , many of which would scarcely fill a peckmeasure. Allowing each cabbage to occupy, while growing, a superficial area of nine feet, 4840 cabbages may be grown on one acre, which, if sold for only ten cents per head, would amount to $484 for the produce of a single acre. The amount of manure requisite for one acre, together with the expencc incurred in cultivation, would not exceed $150,thus leaving a clean profit of $33-1 per acre. For men at a distance from New-York could appropriate two or three acres of their richest land to cabbage,and thusmake three or four times as much as they do. Every plant needs a quart or two of good compost deposited where the roots may feed on ic.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

Home-Made Guano-—Collect a barrel of bones, crush them ; mix with a barrel of oak or hickory ashes; moisten with soap-suds, apply a quart or two as a special fertilizer on melons, squashes, early corn and cucumbers : allowing a gill to a hill. The California wheat crop is so Jarge that, if mistakes are not made, it has never been equalled in any country. They talk of 75, 80, and in one case 100 bushels per acre.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

MISCELLANEOUS. A MERICAN BUTTON-HOLE OVER-SEAMING AND SEWING MACHINE COMBINED. MEDAL AWARDED AT THE PARIS EXPOSITION, 1867. In directing attention to ihe celebrated COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AND SEWING MACHINE, we teel 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 the uniform excellence of its work, certainly place it far i advance of any other similar invention of the age. It is also the .;heapest,mtvvasica.\]y, as well as the best, since it is really two machines combined in one, (by r simple and beautiful mechanical arrangement never before accompMshed by human ingenuity,) making either the Lock Stitch or Button Hole Stitch, as occasion may require. It is, at the same time, simple in construction, coraparatively noiseless, easily understool, and, in a wird, it combines with those advantages exclusively its own the most desirable qualities of all others...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 5 May 1869

JAMES H. RANKIN. S. M. IRWIN Attorney-at-Law. T> ANKIN & IRWIN, REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL INSURANCE AGENTS, No. 3, Armory Building, Bellefonte, Pa. Represent tho following Companies : CAPITAL STOCK. JEtna Fire, Hartford Oonn, $5,502,880.19 Home Fire, New York 2.000,000 Putnam Fire, Connecticut,, 500,000 Guardian Fire and Marina, Phil'a,...500,000 Wyoming Fire,Wilkesbarre, capital and surplus, ,, 170,000 Lancaster city and county, Lancaster, Penn'a, 2C0,000 iETNA LIFE. Assets over, $10,000,000 Annual Income, 6,000 000 Snrples, 2,000,000 Losses paid in 186S,..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 — 5 May 1869

T OGAN FOUNDRY, NEAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT. BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. Wo are happy to inform the people of Centre and the adjoining counties, that we are now prepared to make House Castings; such as Sash Weights, Cellar window Grates, &e., of all sizes. Grist and Saw Mill Castings, Sled Soles of all kinds, Plows, Plow Shares. We also manufacture tho IMPROVED WORTZ PLOW. Also EGG STOVES, Stove Castings, Oven Doors and Frames, Coal Grates for Pavements, Water Pipes, Wagon Boxes, together with every variety of Castings kept constantly on hand, or made to order. All orders filled promptly. Gi e us a call. Don't fr.rget tho place, near the Railroad Depot, Bellefonte. ja6'69.1y. BAYARD, JINKINS & CO.

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