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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

/"•(HAS. T. FRYBER9ER, Wholesale and RetailDealer in TOBACCO AND 8EGARS, BALTIMORE SPUN BOLL. SIX TWIST, NAVY, ft and 1 lb. Cut and Dry Smoking Tobacco of all kinds, also Sogers of all grades and prices at $13. vev tiionsand, and upwards. PIPES, SEGAR CASES And all the various kinds of articles usually kept in a Tobacco Store. Goods will be sold wholesale at manufacturer's prices. Give us a trial. I invite all to como and see for themselves. Store —Opposite Brockerhofi' House. feb3'C9.1y.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

ATEW TOBACCO STORE. LEVI A. MILLER & COMPANY, ALLEGHENY ST., BELLEFONTE, PA., respectfully informs the public that they have opened anew WHOLESALE AND RETAIL TOBACCO STORE in the new building recently erected by J. B. Butts, where they have a large stock of TOBACCO, SEGARS, MEERSHAUM PIPES, SMOKING AND CHEWING TOBACCO, the very best and of all brands, together ¦ with a large assortment of GENTLEMEN'S Furnishing GOODS. In connection with the above, they have also opened an extensive FASHIONABLE EATING HOUSE on European principles. Everything in the best of style. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. apr21'69-ly. L. A. MILLER & CO.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

GRAIN & PLASTER pt ROUND PLASTER AT $12 PER TON Just received and always on hand at GEO. & JOE. P. ELYMYER'S WAREJ HOUSE, MILROY, PENN'A., Salt for sale Wholesale and Retail, All kinds of grain bought at highest prices. marl7'69-tf.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

PROFESSIONAL CARDS JG. LOVE, Attorney at Law, a Bellefonte, Pa. Office on High St. ja6'69-ly. . JAMES H. RANKIN, Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Armory build ing, Sndfloor. ja6'69.1y. E. C. HOMES, Prcs't. J. P- HARRIS, Cash r FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Bellefonte Allegheny St., Bellefonte Pa. ja6'69. SAMUEL L1NS. A. O. FURST. LINN & FURST, Attorneys-at-Law, Bellefonte; Pa. ja6'69.tf. H If. St ALLISTER. JAMES A. BEATER M 'ALLISTER & BEAVER, Attorneys at-Law, Bellefonte Penn'a. ia6'69.1y EDMUND BLANCHARD. EVAN IT. ELANCHARE E & E.M. BLANCHARD, Attorneys-at . Law, Allegheny St., Bellefonte, Pa. ia6'69.1y. WW. BROWN, Attorney-at-Law, , Bellefonte, Penn'a., will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care. ja6'69-ly. JOHN H. ORTIS. CYRUS T. ALEXANDER. ORVIS <fc ALEXANDER. Attorneys-at-Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Conrad House. Allegheny St. jaOTifUy. WJ. KEALSH, Attovney-at-. Law. Bellefonte, Pa., will attend faithfully...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

WM. BROWN, Licensed Auctioneer, hereby informs the public that he holds himself in readiness at all times, to attend to all Auctions, Vendues, or Public Sales of personal or Real Estate. Charges reasonable. Call on, or address, William Brown, Bellefonte, Pa. . mar!7'69-ly. . MS. GRAHAM, Fashionable Barber.in , Basement of the Conrad Hcuse'Bellefonte, Pa. The best of Razors, sharp and keen, always on hand. He guarantees a Siiave without either pulling or pain.— Perfumery, Hair Oils, Hair Restoratives, Paper Collars, <yc, constantly on hand. ja!3'69.lT. AARON K. PAOP. J. T. SALMONS. LF/VI R PAUP. PAUP, SALMONS <fc CO., Contractors a' d Bricklayers, Bellefonte, Pa., adopt this method of informing those wishing to build that they will furnish Brick and lay them, by the job, or by the thousand. Will set Heaters, aud do all kinds of work in their branch of Business. ia20'6?.ly. JH. TOLBERT. AUCTIONEER Would . respectfully inform the citizens of Nittany Valley in part...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

J. F. HOLAHAN, Physician and Surgeon, having removed from Emporium, Cameron county, has located in Milesburg, Centre county, Pa., where he will faithfully attend to all business entrusted to him in his Profession. Office in his residence on Main St., where he can always be seen unless professionally engaged. In his absence from home, orders may be left at the Store of Thos. Holahan. marlO'69-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Select IPoetry KISSING IN THE STREET. Did you ever notice mortals—Now I'll bet a cent you did—Now the ladies— pretty creatures—Can't keep their feelings hid? But they are kissing out in public; Kissing everywhere they meet; Kiss—kiss at church, at shopping, And—kissing—in the street! Behold a charming maiden, Arrayed in fashions bright, She meets upon the sidewalk A friend she saw last. night: " How are you darling Nellie !. How glad I am to meet," Then a dainty shake of fingers And a—kissing—in the street! A bachelor beside us Says, "pity this is done So much, for I am certain It can't be any fun; This kissing out in public: Kissing everywhere they meet; Kiss, kiss, at church and shopping, And—kissing—in the street." " But the secret great, is this, sir: The maiden has no beau—No gentlemen to kiss her—She must her feelings show By kissing out in public ; Kissing all she may meet: Kiss, kiss, at church and snapping; And—kissing—is the street!" Now, merry hearted maidens, A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Select JM^iscellany Untimely Deaths. The New-York Ledger contains the following mournful yet tender reminicences of the White House, and its inmates, during a very few years past.— It embodies lessons which we may all profitably read: "The telegraph announced, a few davo ago, that ¦ while Andrew Johson, late President of the United States, was at Athens, Alabama, on his way to Pulaski, where he was to make a speech, he received intelligence of the death of his son, Col. Robert Johnson. "Andrew Johnson always exhibited the tenderest affection for his son, on whom he had bestowed an excellent education. He was a young man of superior abilities and remarkably pleasant manners. He had been a member of the Legislature of Tennessee, and the upward path to usefulness and distinc tion lay open and easy before him. One only besetting sin forever blighted all his bright prospects; he had an uncontrollable thirst for strong drink. The last we hoard of him, previous to the news of his d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Spoiling Children. Spoiling, in its earlier singes, is rather pleasant. It consists in letting one's darling have its own precious little way on all occasions, and the way is such a pretty, roguish, winsome way, nobody can see any harm in it. Grown up willfulness is quite a different thing from baby willfulness. It gets teeth and claws, so to speak, and isn't nice to contemplate. Spoiling appears to mean a great many different things. One of its mild forms is total disregard for the feelings and the convenience of others. If you meet a peculiarly upsetting woman on a journey, or a party of pleasure, who ought Jo be square when she is triangular, and triangular when she is square, you may set it down that she was a spoiled child. There are parents who would stint their allowance of fire or food in order to indulge their children's whims. The idea of parental sacrifice becomes morbid, especially if the child happens to be admired and praised. There are mothers who pinch their own wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

—A little girl was told to spell ferment and give its meaning, with a sen tence in which it was used. The following was literally her answer: "F-e-rm-e-n-t, a verb, signifying to work : I love to ferment in the garden."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Sunday Sickness. - Dr. , among other valuable papers, a few years ago, published one describing this remarkable disease, which has not yet been treated in books of Pathology. 1. This disease is of the intermitting, kind, attacking the patient in violent paroxysms, which return every seventh day. These paroxysms return only on the Lord's day, and hence it is called Sunday Sickness—but by the faculty it is technically known by no other name, than "Dici Dominici Morbus." 2. It partakes somewhat of the nature, of ague, especially as it is attended with a great degree of coldness. This coldness is first apparent, early in the morning, of the Lord's day; in many cases seizing tho patient before he has left his bed.— But it begins in the region of the heart, and is attended with dullness of head, followed by yawning and lethargy. 8, The g&tiz&b is jstneiimsa deprived of iss nss (& &is K»«7, espsoially the lege as& fegt, §ts> tl&at hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Wiiip Me, bot don't Out.—A pious father had devoted great attention to the education of his son, who had maintained an unblemished reputation until the nge of fourteen, when he was detected in a deliberate falsehood. The father's grief was great, and he determined to punish the offender severely. He made the subject one of prayer; for it was too important, in his esteem, to bo passed over as a common occurrence of the day. lie then called his son, and prepared to inflict the punishment., But the fountain of the father's heart was broken up. He wept aloud. He saw the struggle between love and justice in tho parent's bosom, and broke out with his usua earnestness, "Father, father, whip me as much as you please; but don't cry." The point was gained. The father saw that the lad's character was sensibly affected by this incident. He grew up, and became one of tho most' distinguished Christian ministers in America.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

The Last Chicken Gose.—When the Conference assembled in Hillsborough,, some years since, on the last day of tho session, a lad, whose dad entertained some half-dozen preachers, entered tho room where some ministers were seated, in a terrible state of excitement. "What's the matter.lsaac," asked one, "you seem excited." " Excited! I ain't excited; I 'm mad all over." " What are you mad about, Isaac 1—Don't you know it's wrong to suffer yourself to got angry!" "Wrong or no wrong, it is enough to make any body mad but a preacher.— Here's every chicken on the place eat up, except the old rooster, and just now he haprjeced to see you fellows, and sung out; Vand must this body die ?"and dropped over stone dead.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Watered Cider.—A parly of men were surveying for a railroad; and, of course, they were entitled to the best there was along the line. At one house they thought, the proprietor was a little tardy in producing tho cider. It camo at last, and was listed by one of the party, with great deliberation. " How muoh cider did you make this year ?" ho asked. " Fifteen barrels," was the answer. Another sip. " Well, if you'd had another apple you might have made another barrel.'' Six things arc necessary to create "a happy home." Integrity must bo the architect, and tidiness iho upaolster. It must, be warmed by affection and lighted un with cheerfulness, and industry must be the ventilator, renewing the atmosphere, and bringing in fresh salubrity day by day, while over all.'as a protecting g':ory and canopy, nothing will suffice except, the e;lory of God. A Mississir-fi E.U:or, mi i a Ju*;iiwf thw Peace, married u eouplo in 1$J>$. >;;. vorced them in 1800, married iho uiau to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

„ Oclds and Ends, ^ —Beauty devoid of graceislike ahook without bait. —The largest room in the world—Room for improvment. —He that falls in love with himself will have no rivals. —What goes most against the farmer's grain—His mowing machine. —My tale is ended," as the tadpol* said when he turned into a bullfrog. —How to avoid being considered above your business—Never live over your shop. —Precious things are found in small quantities, diamonds, gold and good sense. —Whatever multiplies the lies that bind man to man makes him better and happier. —Why is the man who deals in stale jokes like a stock jobber? Because be depends on fun-dead property. —Be timely wise, rather than wise in time; for after-wisdom is ever accompanied with tormenting wishes. —The Indians are settling upon their reservations." It is suggested that-they should afterwards be fenced in. —Somebody asks if the "slips" in our churches have anythigs to do with the back sliding of their members, — It is foll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

The Home of Barbara Fritchie. The last remnant of the old house where Barbara Frilchie lived and toiled, has been removed, and laborers are now employed in digging some ten feet be'lew the original foundation, as if to root out the spot of earth upon which it stood.— A few days more, and the tourest, the patriot and the poet will have pointed to them the muddy waters of Carroll creek as where onee stood the weird old house of the faithful defender of her country's flag. It seema to have beon the determination of our city authorities to erase from the memory of man that the "Fritchie woman" ever lived; and, guarded by this desire, the first step was- to destroy the house in which she had lived, and where, to Stonewall Jackson, "Shoot, if you must, this old grey head,-But spare y»ur country's flag, she said," and to the accomplishment of this object they turned all the genius and ability with which nature has so liberally gifted them. They first passed an ordinance to widen an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

BELLEFONTE REPUBLICAN W. W. BROWN, | r„„„„= A. B. HUTCHISON. I i-DlTORS terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

BELLEFONTE, PA Wednesday Morning, May 26, '69

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

Advertising.—The Bellefonte Bepublican 7tas a larger circulation than any other Republican paper published in the county. Our merchants and business men ivill phase malce a note of this.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 26 May 1869

The Democratic Candidate for Governor. To the uninitiated, says die Bearer ¦Radical tie contest for the etopty honor of a Democratic nomination for Governer of Pennsylvania lies between Gen, Geo. W. CAss,Hon. Asa Packer and Gen. Win. McCandles. But not far behind the scenes another and more ponderous aspirant lies concealed, and this ambushed hero is no less a personage than Maj. Gen. "Winfield S. Hancock. The relative strength of these candidates may he more correctly estimated after a survey of the interests and aims of vast corporations, potent but invisible in the struggle, and a glance at the attitude of the Democratic party during the eight years past, with its jiresent straits and necessities. First then, a struggle of the greatest magnitude between the Eastern and tta Nerth-eastern lines of railroad traversing our State, and the "Trunk lines" running east, and west, is now going on, and everything political in some vray or other seems to be dragged into this warring vort...

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