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

Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb; $0 12@15 Peaches, " '• " 20@25 Cherries, " " " 20 Beans perquart 15 Butter per lb @35 Beefsteak per lo ;..... . .-:.. 20@25 Beef roasts'. 1S@20 Chickens, each, live .-.. 25 Tirkoys, " " .; 65@1 00 Cheese per lb ©28 Hams, •' " .;'.. 25 Bacon ::....-,... T. 1S@20 Lard, per lb ::. @20 Eggs, " doz 15 Mutton and Lamb per lb 10@20 Veal cutlets per lb @20 Potatoes per bus S5 Dried Beef 23

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

Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot. Pine Board's, Run of Mill $18.00 per M Pine Boards, Culls 14.00 per M Hemlock'Butt Stuff 15.00 per M Hemjock Boards 14.00 per M

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

Bituminus Coal at Snow Shoe Depot. Serened Coal ,..'.'....$4.50 per ton Run of Mines .v.-.-. ..2.80 per ton Fine Coal ;:...-.';:......;;-..2.60 per ton

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

Grain and Flour Markets. Bet.i.efonte. Mav 26, 1869. Flour per barrel $7 59 White wheat per bushel 1 30 Red wheat 1 20 Corn (new) 90 Oats.. 50 Rye per bushel 1 2o Buckwheat per bus 1 00 Cloverseed " " 5 00 Plaster 3a ton...„ 16 00

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

Attricital Bepartment WEDNESDAY MORNING, May 26, '69

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

For the Republican. A Plea for the Crows and Foxes. Messes. Editobs :—A great many of our farmers are in the habit of killing all the crows and foxes that they can. This is all wrong, and detrimental to the best interests of the farmer. Instead of crows and foxes being enemies to farmers, they are their best friends, and if the cultivators of the soil properly understand their best interest they would use their influence in having laws passed preventing the destruction of their friends—the erows and foxes. The greatest enemies farmers have to contend with,in order to raise good crops', are mice and " cut worms."— Mice, during the winter months,often destroy large fields of wheat, while "cut worms," in the spring, frequently destroy crops of corn. All the inventions heretofore created to scare crows from cornfields and destroy "cut worms," have proven a failure. Crows do not visit cornfields for the purpose of destroying the corn, as generally, but erroneously^supposed ; but for a ...

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

Stick to One Thing. There are many farmers who do not stick to one thing long enough to make it pay, consequently they lose in everything. At one time they conclude to devote themselves to stockraising. Before they get fairly under headway in this, they change their minds and go back to raising grain.— Some again make a specialty, for a time, of a certain crop--wheat, corn, or potatoes for instance. While they are following this specialty, the crops may be small and the prices low, and they turn to another just in time to miss large crops and good prices in what they have left. The best farmers we have observed are those who first find out what their soil is best adapted toproduee. They then turn their energies in that direction and go straight forward in that line. A proper crop does not discourage them. Thej go on and are sure to be finally successful. To illustrate our idea. -Wo onco knew a farmer who made it a point to fatten from twenty-five to thirty hogs every year. Let t...

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

How to Haise Masy Cucumbers. —1. Never take take fresh seed of last season, but always take seeds two or four years old. Who cannot get old seed, should have his fresh seeds dried near a warm stovo during several weeks. Some gardeners, in order to obtain this end, carry their seed In their pockets. Old cucumber seed will bear earlier and more fruit. Fresh seed will make weak plants, and is longer in germinating. 2. Pinch off the end of the main shoot. This will strengthen the growth of the vine; the laiterals will come out sooner, and you will get more fruit before frosts set in again. How to get fine flavored cucumbers 1. Set your seed from a reliable seeds man. 2. Soak your seed in milk for about twenty-four hours before sowing.— Horticulturist.

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

Domestic Receipes. Aunt Betsey came in yesterday as I was making paste to paper my bedroom. " Put a little pulverized alum in it, Kate," said she; "ahalfteaspoonful to the pint of flour, then you will not need to wash the wall with vinegar,and it will make the paper stick, too." While she was in, old Mr. Mix drove up with eggs and meat to sell-He and aunt Betsey used to go to school together when they were chil dren. "What sort o' meat you got," said she, "tender or tough !" "Some of its tender; line-steak is alters tender, you know. My old woman says she can make any steak tender by rubbing this ere carbonate of soda on it over night, and then washing it off just afore you cook it in the morninV "Stop at my house,-" said Aunt Betsey. If Body'll make it tender, I can keep it with black pepper ;iill I eat it up." "How did you say, Betsey!" inquired Mr. Mix. "Why, jest rub common black pep per all over it, and it'll keep in the warmest weather. Some folks salt their steaks to ma...

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

Sweet Cokn.—It is a surprising fact that sweet corn is not abundantly grown among farmers. Every far-.merthinks;he must raise his five or ,ten acres of Indian corn every year.in order to fatten his pork, and to furnish fodder for his stock, &c. Now, if every farmer would grow three or five seres of sweet corn, his cropwo'd prove of much *nore value in proportion to the number of acres of Indian corn for feeding purposes- Last spring I planted six acres of sweet corn for the purpose of taking it into market green, But after the market became ' 'glutted,' 'I concluded to save the balance of my corn and cure it to feed. I cut and fed my hogs corn (in the stalks) every day, and they would eat stalks and all as clean as they wouldgreen clover, 7. would recommend it to those that sow corn in preference to any other. Bo careful to trace up your seed in the fall and then you will not fail to have good seed when you come to plant or sow.—Selected.

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

Weeds.—One of the greatest nuisap.ces in farming is the way that weeds are encouraged and protected in the crooks and vicinity of fences,from which place their seeds are scattered over the surrounding land. The extent to which seed is carried by high winds prove that one negligent farmer may annoy hundreds of farms by failing to exterminate the foul herbage. Could the evils be concentrated on the farm which nurses the weeds, the consequences would be a proper punishment for his carelessness and criminality—for criminal is any man who nurtures nuisances that thus injure the surrounding farmers. The fellow who keeps a bull-dog that annoys if not bites the passing travelers, may be reached by the law that is powerless to expose the injury occasioned to his neighbors by the nursuries of foul weeds which are harbored about his premises, especially in the vicinity of his fences.—N Y. Independent.

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

Ci/eanliness.-A neat, clean,freshaired, sweet, cheerful, well-arranged house exerts a moral as well as a physical influence over its inmates, and made the members of a family peaceable and considerate of each others feelings and happiness. The connection is obvious between the state of mind thus produced, and habits of respect for others, and for those higt duties and obligations which no laws can enforce. On the contrary,afilthy, squalid, noxious dwelling in which none of the decencies of life can be observed, contributes to make its inhabitants selfish, sensual, and regardless of the feelings of others. And the constant indulgence of such passions renders them reckless and brutal; and the transition is natural to propensities and habits incompatible with a respect for the property of others or for the la.7fs.-N. Y. Independent,

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

SEWING-MACHINE. A MERICAN BUTTON-HOLE OVER-SEAMING AND SEWING MA CHINE COMBINED. MEDAL AWARDED AT THE PARIS EX POSITION, 186T. In directing attention to tha celebrated COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AND SEWING MACHINE, we feel fully warranted in claiming for it tme/uestionable superiority over all others as a Family Machine — The Simplicity, Ease and Certainty with which it operates, as well as the uniform ex cellence of its work, certainly place it far i advance of any other similar invention of the age. It is also the ,<^«cj)es«,intrinsically, as well as .the irest, since it is really two machines combined in one, (by*a simple and beautiful mechanical arrangement never before accomplished 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, comparatively noiseless, easily understool, and, in a word, it combines with those advantages exclusively its oion the most desirable qualiti...

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

MERCHANT TAILORING. -\TERCHANT TAILORING, ESTABLISHMENT, no. 7, brockehoff's. kow. Tho undersigned takes pleasure in informing the citizens of Centre county and the public generally, that he is just opening a SPLENDID AND RICH ASSORTS] F,NT OF FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, Which he is prepared to make to order in the latest and most fashionable ?tyles, for men or boys. Goods sold by the piece or by the yard. He also keeps on hand a full line of • GENTS FURNISHING GOODS, , of every style and description. He is also agent for the celebrated SINGER SEWING MACHINE. ja6'69.1y JOHN MONTGOMERY.

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

WM S. TRIPPLE, MERCHANT TAILOR. BUSH'S ARCADE, UP STAIRS, BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. Having just received,from Philadelphia, a large stock of Broad ,Clb,th,Cassimers, and an extensive variety of Spring and Summer Goods, I am prepared to furnish my friends and customers, the very best at the most reasonable prices.5 My thanks are due those who have patronized mb for many years, and a cordial invitation is herely extended the public generally, to call and examine my Goods and Prices before purchasing elsewhere. I am also prepared, at all times, to' make up Goods furnished by customers. All suits warranted to fit. myl2'69-ly 'VT. S. TRIPPLE.

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

NEW BAKERY AND CONFECTIONERY. BUSH'S ARCADE, HIGH STREET, BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. Z. T. GUDYKUNST, Having purchased from]Adam Horkhoiiner, his first class Bakery and Confectionery, and'having added largely to his stock, ia now prepared to furnish the public with good fresh BREAD, PIES, CAKES, CONFECTIONS, and everything in his line, at all times. In connection with the above, is A FIRST-CLASS ICE CREAM SALOON for Ladies and Gentlemen, which will be open during the summer. Pic-nics, private parties, Ac, can be supplied with all kinds of Confections, Ice Cream, Cakes and Fruits on very short notice. myl9'G9-ly. Z T. GUDYKUNST.

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

NEW BAKERY. The undersigned respectfully invites the attention of tho citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, to his NEW BAKERY, on Bishop Street, as the only place where the best quality of BREAD, CAKES, . PIES, 'CONFECTIONERIES, MINCE MEAT, of our own Manufacture. The best Norfolk Oysters by the Can or Quart. Also cooked in all styles, (i e) Fried in Crumbs, Fried in Butter, Fancy Roasts, Stewed Oysters, Scolloped Oysters, Oyster Pis and Clam Chowder. A private room'neatly furnished and carpeted, for ladies or social parties. A special invitation is hereby extended to alL ' ja!3'69.1y. S. J. McDOWELL.

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

SCREWS and Hinges of every variety and kind at ' IR^IN A WILSONS

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

rpiN AND SHEET-IRON STORE. THE OLDEST TIN-WARS ESTABLISHMENT IN BSLLEFGNTE, PENN'A. Thejundersigned hereby desires to call the attention of his many patrons, and the entire people of Centre 5CSI ~ ' Co., th 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 Cobs, 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, jaO'BS.ly. Allegheny Street. TIN & SHEET-IRON WARE

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

TTTETSLER & TWITMIRE. MILESBURG, PENN'A. - •* MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN COOK AND PARLOR STOVES, HEATERS FOR CHURCHES A DWELLINGS. The following Pattern of Cook Stoves constantly on hand. BARLEY-SHEAF, REGULATOR, IRON-SIDES, FARMER, EUREKA, AMITY. Castings and all kinds of repairs furnished te order for all kind of stoves in market. Russia- Sheet-iron finished, Gas Burners neatly repaired. A large assortment of TIN AND SHEET- IB ON WARE of our own manufacture, keptconstantly on hand, which wo 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," which, are superior to all other Rods in market. We will pay the highest market prices for Old Metal, Coppar, Brass, Pewter, <£-c-, rf-c, Ac. We always enndeavor to sell CHEAPER THAN THE CHEAPEST Try us and be convinced. ja6'69.1y.

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