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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

MISCELLANEOUS © 1 A A A MONTH can bo made by male $>J-"vand fenLale "Agents. We h.ye nothing for curiosity seekers, but reliable, steady, profitable employment, for those wno mean business. Address. with. 3 cent stamp, C. L. Van Allen & Co., New "Street, New York. ja20'69.4w.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

SOMETHING NEW AND USEFUL.—A New Era in Music. POPULAR MUSIC at POPULAR PRICES. '-Hitchcock's Half-Dime Series of Music ior the Million." No. 2 now ready,—Music arid Comic Sone. "CAPTAIN JINKS OF TH,E HORSK MARINES." Others to follow rapidly. Price, 5 cents each. Your Newsdealers h'as iter will get it for you. Mailed on receipt of price. Address BENJ. W. HITCHCOCK, Publisher, 89 Spring Street New York. - ja20'69.4w. TO THE WORKING CLASS. I am now propared to furnish constant employment to all classes at their homes, for their spare moments. Business new.light and profitable. Fifty cts. to $5 per evening is easily earned, and the boys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Urcat inducements arejottered. All who see this notice please send me their od dress and test tho business lor themselves If not well satisfied, I will send $1 to pay for the trouble of writing to me. Fu.l particulars sent free. Sample sent by mail for ten cents. Address, E..C. ALLEN, Augusta, Maine. . ia20'69.4w...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

MONEY EASILY MADE, With our Com plete Stencil.and Key Check Outfit. Small capital reqnirrd. Circulars free-'STAFFORD MANF'O. CO., 66, Fulton Sh; New York. ja20'09.4w. -

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

jffjy^TrJCfcyjyjg fc njriumS!aaJUtC<xi>m ,£\ P 'itmtua.taaaet omtiira/il fomftrWimtMnitoiw J J •fTTE ARE COJUING, AND WILL PRESENT to ANY PERSO Sending us a Club in our Great ON3 DOLLAR SALE OF DRY & FANCY GOODS, A WATCH, piece of SHEETING, SILK DRESS PATTERN, *c,de., FREE OF COST. Our Inducements during tho past few years have been large. WE NOW DOUBLE OUR RATES OF PREMIUMS. We have made many important additions to our Winter Stocks, and have largely extended our Exchange List, and we now feel confident tu meet the demands of our extensive patronage. Send for Arew Circular. Catalogue of Goods and Samples sent to any address free, SldiI money by registered letter. Address all orders to J. S. HAWES & CO., 15 Federal St., Boston, Mats. P. O. Bux C. Wholesale Dealers in Dry and Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Plated Ware, Albums,Leather Goods, Ac., Ac. ja20'69.4w. a ¦ jl ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

A WATCH FREE Given gratis to live, energetic Agents, male or female, in a new, light and honorable business, paying thirty dollars per day sure. No gilt enterprise, no humbug. Address R. Monroe Kennedy A Co., Pittsburg, Pa., ja20'69.iw. DR. BURTON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE Warranted to remove all desire for To~ baeco. It is entirely Vegetable and harmless.' It Purifies and er.riches' ihe Blood, Invigorates the System, posse ses great Nourishing ana Sttengthening power, is'an excellent Appetizer, enables the Stomach to Digest the heartiest food, makes sleep re* freshing, and establishes robns health.— Smokers'and Qhswersof Sixty Years Cured. Price, Fifty Cents, post.free. A treatise on the injurious effects of Tobacco, with lists of references, testimonials, to., sent free.— Agents wanted. Address Dr. T. R. ABBOTT, Jersey City, N. J. Sold by all Druggists. ja20'69.4w-

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Al AAA P°r Year guaranteed, and steady ^pJLUvU cinufoymoit. We want a reliable ast. in every oo., to sell our Patent White Wire Clothes Lints (Everlasting.) Address WniTB Witts Co., 75 William St., N. Y., or 16 Dearborn St., Chicago 111. ja20'69.4w.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

CARPETS—DON'T PAY THE HIGH PRICES.—The New England Carpet Co., of Boston, Mass.. established nearly a quarter of a century ago. in their present location, in Halls over 71, 73. 75. 77. 79. 51, S3, S5 and ST. Hanover Street, have proba blv furnished more houses with Carpets than any other house in the country. In order to afford those at a distance the advantage* of their low prices, propose to send, on the receipt of the price, 30 yards or upwards oj their beautiful Cottage Carpeting, at 50 ctJ per yard, with samples of ton sort*, Tub ing in price from .25 cents to $3 per Jgfl suitable for furnishing every p*it><£^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Wednesday Morning, January 27,J'69 BELLEFONTE,PA Terms, $2 per Annum, in Advance Wi W.BROWN, 1 v™™„. A.T&. HUTCHISON,/ Editors BELLEFONTE REPUELICAN

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

XiOOal Department. ~'.:. .B E L L E F 0 N TE',". PA. Wednesday Morning, January 27 ,'69.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

The Drug Store of F. P> Green will be removed, April 1st, 1869, from Brockerhoff's row, to the new Hotol of Bush & McLaio, over the creek. Jan. 20lf. Information Wanted.—If Mr. Wm. Coyle, father of Theophilns Coyle,:will call at the office of the Republican he can obtain information of importance to him. ' John Miller, of Curtin township, was severely cut, accidentally, on Hays Run, on Monday of last week, while engaged ia pce'ing logs. The axe of David Wagner, a comrade, flew off the handle and struck him on the tnee,' cutting it open and making a very severe and painful wound. He is under the care of Dr. Hensyl, of Howard and, is doing well. New Bakeky.— The attention of our readers is called to the advertisement of S. J. JIcDowel's New Bakery and Eating House. Mr Mc —bakes excellent bread cakes and pies. He has Wheat bread, Rye bread and bread of all kinds and oysters fine and-fresh cooked in every style. Be sure to coll and see him. For further information see...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Our Western Letter. Chicago, Jan. 23, 1869. Dear Republican : Pleaso don't accuse me of undue familiarity, on short acquaintance, for I like you, and that's why I address you as dear Republican. It is a clear case of love at first sight, for I have only seen you once. I like you because you are a nea>, clean looking sheet. Such white paper, clear type, and so well printed. When I opened you, after having travelled hundreds of miles over mountains and plains, you smelled so fresh. There was just one breath of pure, sweet mountain air confined in your folds, and I caught it. You were nicely sprinkled with clear spring water before you were printed, and as I sat before the fire reading, steam arose from you, and in it I saw that great spring from which that water came, and I fancied I heard the thud of that water wheel, the old wheel, you know, just down her neath the hi 1. I like you because you have espoused the cause of human freedom : because you are tho champion of "equal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Grain and Flour Markets. Bellefonte. Jan. 27,1669. Flonr per barrel ; §9 P< White wheat per bushel 1 fit Red wheat 1 5( Corn (new) ' 7£ Oats ' 5C Ryeper bushel ;...... .-. 1 25 Buckwheat per bus 1 Of Cloverseed" " " 8 Ofj Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb ...- $0 12@1J Peaches, " '• " @18 Cherries, " " " 20 Beans per quart 15 Rutterperlb @45 Beefsteak per lb 20@25 Beef roasts 18@20 Chickens, each, live 25 Turkeys, " " 65@1 00 Chteseper lb 22@25 Hams, •' " 53 Bacon @I6 Lard, per lb @18 Eggs, " doz.......... 25@30 Mutton and Lamb per lb 10@20 "Veal cutlets per lb @20 Potatoes per bus $1 50 Dried Beef. 25 Coal by Shortltdge & Co. Shamokin Pea Coal. ; .-.$4 00 per ton Shamokin Nut 7 OS per ton Shamokin Stove 8 00 per ton Shamokin Egg 8 00per ton Shamokin,.Broken...., 7 80pVton Wiikesbarre Nut 8 OOpei ton Wiikcsbarre Stove 8 80 per ton Wiikesbarre Egg 8 SOperton Wiikesbarre,broken 8 SOperton Anthracite coal at yard. Bituminus Coal at Snow Shoe Depot, Serened ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Philadelphia Markets. Wedsesdat, Jan. 27, 1869. SEED.—There is no falling off in the demand for Cloverseed, and 450 bushels sold at i'8@8 75 for common and fair, and $9@9 25. for good. Timothy is held at $3 75. Flaxseed is taken by the crushers at $2. 60(3) 2 65. " . FLOUR:—The Flour market is exceed ingly quiet,'arid-price are unsettled with a decidedly downward tendency j about 600 bbls «ere taken in lots by the home consumers, at $5@5 25 for superfine; $6@6, 50 for extra; $7@7, 75 for Wisconsin, and Minnesota extra families; 48.75@10 50 for Pennsylvania and Ohio do. do., and$ll@ 13 for fancy brands', according to quality. Rye Flour commands $7.50@7.75 tp bbl. Nothing doing in Corn Meal. GRAIN.—The Wheat market is dull and depressed, there being no disposition on the part of buyers to anticipate future wants; sales of 1,500 bushels at $1.70@l,90 for red ; $l.9U@2 for amber, and $2@2, 35 for white. Ry« may be quoted at $1,60@1,62 p bushel for Western. Corn is quiet and prices dro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

JVlarried LUCAS—GUMMO—On tho 19th inst., by Richard Miles, Esq., Isaac W. Lucas, t> Miss Amelia Gummo, both ot Boggs twp. SNYDER—HOLT—On the 21st inst.,by the Rev. Thomas, Mr. Henry Snyder, to Miss Lizzie Holt, both of Boggs township. POORMAN—MERKLE—On the same day, by Rev. J. T. Williams, Mr. James Poorman, of Benner township, to Miss Eliza Merkle of Harris township. MnCUMPSEY—WARD-^-On the 20ih inst. by Rev. H. C. Pardee, Mr. Frank Mc-Cumpsey, to Miss Lottie. Ward ol Bellefonte.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

Special Notices. j£®~Great Bargains can now be bad at the store of George D. Pifer. next door to the Post Office, in the Brockerhoff Row, where ht is selling off his entire stock of Winter Goods at cost. A very fine lot of FURS, Breakfast Shawls, Sontags, Woolen Hose and Socks. Woolen Mittens, Blankets, Hats A Caps, Clothing, end Boots A Shoes. The above will absolutely be sold at cost in order to make room for Spring Goods, of which he expects to purchase a large stock. Now is the time for bargains. t Ma . Lincols."—The question is now, Shall Mrs. Lincoln have a pension ? Let that question oe settled, as it may. It is a stubborn fact, that Relief & Musser sell goods cheaper, and gives better bargains than oaa be found, on this side of Phil'a.— They offer their fall stock at Eastern prices, in order ¦ o make room for Spring Goods—Call and see. After hearing the prices you can't leave the store withoutbuying. -f-Taee a Look at tub Sions.—All men of business within the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

JANUARY COURT—GRAND JURY Gregg—Jocob Showers, John Grove, jr. Patton—Ab. Biddle. Bellefonte—W. A. Kerlin, J. Loneberger, M.T.Millikeb. Bogja—Philip Antis, D. Furey, H. Heaton. Union—James Alexander. Spring—John Fa rcyv . Ferguson—John Brett Walker—Mich, thafer, Wm. Rodgers. Liberty—Christ. Bechdol, J. A. Stover. Benner—Joseph Mitchell.. Marion—E. Zimmerman. Haines—George Bolinger. . Howard—John Lyman, Rush—A. j. Greist. Penn—R. Hartman, C. Held. Harris—Micheal Hess. SECOND WEEK. Bellefonte—D. Rhoads, C. McCafferty. Gregg—Lemuel Hsrter,J. G.Evans. R H. Duncan, D. J. Musser. Harris—James Glenn, H. Keller, T. B Hurst.-Phiiipsburg—C. Munson, L. G. Tfesslor Potter—G. Odenkirk, James Potter, J Sweetwood, G. B. Jordan. Snows'hoe— D. Wolf, . Walker—Jeff. Royer, J. Deitrioh. Howard—J. N. Hall, J. Montgomery, J W. Packer. . Miles—James' Stover. Ferguson—R. Garner, P. Kickline. Union—A. Calhoun, Joseph Alexandei. Half Moon—A. Elder. Taylor—J. Emigh. Huston—H. Hartsock. Boggs—J. Poorman. Mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

DRY GOODS HIGH RATES RUBBED OUT I GOODS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICES. HOFFhE.S BRO'S. Wonld respectfully inform their old friends, that they: are daily receiving a largo -STOCK OF GOODS OF ALL KINDS, which they are offering at the very lowest market price. VTEW GOODS AND NEW PKI i\ -.- i cesu PR Y G O O D S I Consisting of the latest styles of figou'ed ihd plain ALPACA.si Figured and plain al Wool Delaine. Shepherd Plaids, Black Silks, Summer Silks, Irish Poplins, Whi:e Goods White. Counterpanes, Linen and Cot-• ¦ ton";Sheeting8, Checks, .Ginghams, Bedticks, Flannels, Ac, <£'C, <£c. Shepherd Plaid Balmorals, Black Cloth, Cassimeres, Velvetine, Cordu-- roy,-Kentucky Jeans, Drills, Ladies Cloaking, Plain Colors, Middlesex Cloths, ANdVlAIDS OF VARIOUS COLORS. A full line of Cloths, Cassimeres, Satinotts, and'Vesting, all kinds and prices, which will bo sold cheap.' We have constantly on hand a large and well selected stock of all kinds of CROCKERY, GROCERIES, MACKERE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

rpHB BELLEFONTE BOOT AND SHOE STOKE. GRAHAM & SON, GRAHAM & SON, . .. GRAHAM <fc SON, BELLEFONTE BOOT & SHOE STORE, BELLEFONTE BOOT & SHOE STORE, BELLEFONTE BOOT & SHOE STORE, ' ALLEGHENY STREET, ALLEGHENY STRRKT. - ALLEGHENY STREET, One. Door North Irwin & Wilson's Hardware Store. . * GRAHAM A SON, MANUFACTURERS. MANUFACTURERS. FINE CALF BOOTS, FINE CALF BOOTS-, . Kept constantly on hand at the BELLEFONTE BOOT & SHOE STORE, BELLEFONTE BOOT & SHOE STORE, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, BY GRAHAM & SON, AT $8,00 PERPAIR, AT $8,00 PER P vIR, A large assortment of KIP BOOTS, Wai-• -z.. ranted, AT $5,00 PER PAIR, AT $5,00 PER PAIR, BY GRAHAM * SON, : , BY GRAHAM & SON, We respectfully invite the attention of the . public to our lai-ge selection of HDIES BOOTS A SHOES, LADIES BOOTS A SHOES, and all kinds of MISSES' i, CHILDRDN'S MISSES'A CHILDREN'S BOOTS A SHOES. BOOTS A SHOES; CALL AND EXAMINE CALL AND. EXAMIN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

i iARMAN'S HOTEL. DAN'L GARMAN, Prop'?, This long established and well known Hotel, situated on tho noutheast corner of the Diamond, opposite tho Court House, having been purchased by the undersigned, he announces to the former patrons of this establishment and to the traveling public generally, that he has thoroughly refitted his house, and is prepared to render the most satisfactory accommodation to all who may favor him with their patronage. No pains will be spared on his part to add to the eon venience or comfort of his guests. All who stop with him will find His Table abundantly supplied with the most sumptuous fare the market will afford, dene up in style, by the most experienced cooks. His Bab will always contain the choicest of liquors. His Stablino is best in town, and will always be attendedbythemest'trustworthy and attentive hostlers. Give him a call, one and all, and he feele confident that all will be satisfied with thenaccommodation. AN EXCELLENT LIVERY is attached...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 27 January 1869

THE ANVIL STORE—is nowreo large and well assorted stock of-Hardware stoves, nails, horse shoes, saddle ry, glass, paint sheet, bar, and hoop iron—also buggy and wagon stock of every, description—call and supply yourselves, at the lowest possible rates. IRWIN A WILSON.

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