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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

"DBLLEFONTE MEAT MARKET BISHOP STREET., BELLEFONTE P4. The oldest Meat Market in Beileronte Choice meat of all kinds always on hand. ia0';6?'.ly. . . ... . B. V. BLACK .— . . ,

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

PROFESSIONAL CARDS. J&. LOVE, ~~~ —" • • Attorney-at-Law, Belle fonte, Pa. Office on High St. ja6'69.y JAMES H. RANKIN, : . Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Pa. Office in Armory building, 2nd floor. . ia6'89.1y.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

SAMFEL LINN. Ai O. FDBST LINN & FURST, . • Attorneys at-Law. Belle fonte, Pa. ia6'69.tf. EDMDND BLANCHARD. EVAN M. BLANCHARD E& E. M. BLANCHARD, . Attorneys-at-Lnw Allegheny St., Bellefonte, Pa. ia6'69.1y n N. MCALLISTER. ¦ Tl.AHES A. BEAVER. M'ALLISTER& BEAVER, Attorneys- a t-Law, Bellefonte Penn'a: ia6'69.1y WW. BROWN, . Attorney-at-Law Bellefonte, Penn'a., will attend promptly to all business entrusted to his care E. c. nnsiES, Pres t. J. p. HARRIS, Cashr FIRST NATIONAL BANK Of Bellefonte. Alle gheny St., Bellefonte Pa. JOHN H. ORVIS. CYRUS T. ALEXANDER. ORVIS & ALEXANDER, Attorneys-at-Law, Bellefonte, Pas Office in Conrid House, Allegheny St. ja6"69.1y. URIAH STOVER, Licensed Autioneer, will attend to all sales entrusted to his care.-Charges reasonable. Address, Uriah Sto ver, Houserville, Centre Co., Pa. ja6'69.Pm. GEORGE F. HARRIS.-M. D., Physician and Surgeon ; Pension Surgeon for Centre county will attend promptly to all profes...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

D. G. BUSH. GEO. M. YOCUM. BUSHi'XOCUM,. Attbrneys-at-Law, Belh fonte, Pa., will attend to all business entrus'ed^o them, with promptness. Office on Northeast Corner of the Diamond, in Mrs. Irvio's stone'building. jal3'fi9 y. --

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

WILSON & HUTCHISON, . ; Attorneys at-Law, Bellefonte. Pa. Collections, and all other legal business in Centre and theadjoining ¦ Counties, promptly attended to.. ^Office .in Blanchard's Law building, Allegheny street. "" ... ju6'fi9. /^lENTRECO. BANKIN* COMPANY. ' \J Receive Deposits and allow Interest; Discount Notes ; Buy and Sell Guvernment Securities, Gold and Coupons. Heniiy iJitocKERHOFF. President. J. D Shuoert, Cashiit: jal3'69y. MS. GRAHAM, , Fashionable Barber, in Basement of the Conrad Htusc Bellefonte, Pa. The best of Razors, sharp aod keen, always on hand. He guarantees a Shave without either pulling or pain—Perfumery, Hair Oils, Hair Restoratives, Paper Collars, &c, constantly on hand. iars-eg.iv.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

AARliN U. PATJP. JNO. SALMONS. LEVI PAUP PAFP, SALMONS & CO., Contractors and Bricklayers, Bellefonte. Pa., adopt this method of infoming those wishing to build .that they will furnish Briuk and.lny. them by the job, or by the thousand. Will set Heaters, and do all kinds of w.^rk in their branch of Business. ja?0'69.1y. ., . • . . .

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

J H. TOLBERT, AUCTIONEER . . . ' • Would respectfully infor-n the citizens of Nittany Valley in particular, and the people of Centre^ county in general, that he h.is taken- out a. Ii. cense and holds himself in readiness to cry Vendues. Auctions, or other sales-at all times, and at allplaces with in thelimits of Centre and Clinton counties. Charges reasonable. ia27*69.1y. ¦ J W. RHONE, DENTIST, • - Boalsbnrg Centre Co., Pa., most respectfully informs'.the public that he is prepared to execute any description of work in his profession-. Satisfaction rendered, and rate<¦ as-moderate as may be expected.. Will be:found in his office during the week, commencing on the first Monday of tach month, i;nd at . such other times as miy be agreed upon jal3'69.1y. INSURANCE—LIFE & FIRE. Joseph A. Rankin of (his Borough, insures property for the followins Stock and Mutual companies, viz: -' . Lycoming Mutual, York Company, Pa'., Insurance of North America, Enterprise, ' and Gi...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

We write these lines for'(he perusal of the Iruly patriotic men and women of the American Republic. That there are such—and multitudes of them—in both the great political parties intowhich ourcitizens are divided, we joyfully admit. We ask them, for this once, to lend us their attention. .Meanwhile, let the fools of false theories, and the tools of foreign conspirators, rave on about what they are pleased to call "Free Trade," and so pureue the tenor of their wild and wicked way. Conscious of the streng'h of right-which is with us, we are'content, so far as our opponents are concerned, to bide our time. Truth can afford to wait. The sincerely mistaken are sure lo be convinced and converted .in the end. While those who act under sinister influences—who, in plain words, are bribed by the enemies of their co.un'ry —will either die in their corruption, or be made a present of. like Jeff Duvis & Co.; to the tyrants of Europe. For reasons which we have oft en slat ed, and which ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

From the Wilmington Daily Commercial. What Shall I Do About It. -Mr. Editor—I am married. Being so, I naturally have a wife. Not unnaturally, I have several children of varying ages. : The question' is . partly concerning them, and partly concerning their moth, er. She is an ardent admirer of Miss Anna Dickinson. She heard her lecture the other night, and ever since has been possessed with a mighty, desire to enter upon "a struggle for life." It is her great grief that she does not have money enough." I am working upon a salary, and only a portion of it—not a. large sum I admit, can be devoted to the purchase of the indispensable feminine "things." Entirely unable to keep up with the style and display of her richer neighbors, my wife is inevitably aggravated. May I be permitted to say that not the neighbors, but I, suffer in consequence ? The must recent development in the case is my wife's resolution, firmly announced and doubtless firmly held, to leave her home and go forth' int...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

Pa, said a young hopeful the other day, didn't I hear you say you wanted to get a cider press ? . - . Tes.my son; where can I get one? asked the parent. Why you jefft try jake Stokes. By the way he hugged sister Sal the other night, out-by the gate, I should think he might be about the thing you want, Sal suddenly left to see to things in the kitchen, and the old gent recollected that he had not "seen to the piece of fence that neighbor Jones' critters broke down 'tother day.' —Without deer ladies we should become a *to<7-nation. . -An editor out West has been elected town constable and now arrests the attention of our readers. Why, is a pawnbroker like a drunkard?—Because he takes the pledge, but oa-nncValways keep it,

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

Odds and EInds —I see you are on the watch/' as fh,-» thief said to the guard-chain. —A Kansas paper, sneering at the stupidity of a contemporary, says:' " The best thing he has got off this week is a dirty shirt.". —People who ban't stand a joke should set it down. —If you would look"sprace" in your old age don't ••pine" in yoer yen h *' —Feel it my duty to dilate," said a tedious orator. "Better die late than never! ' shouted a voice in the crowd. ' —Slight changes make great difference; ••Dinner for nothing" is very good ftn; but you can't say as much of " nothing for dinner." —The oldest piece of form! are is the:, multiplication-tablr; It was constructed ' more than two thousand years ago, and " is yet as good as new, —The man who wrote" Five o'clock-. in the Morning" found that no saloons-:, were open at that early hour where he' could get his bitters, so be lies abed' rather late now. —What is the difference 'twixt a watch: and a fedder bed, Sam ?" "Dunno—gin' it up...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

MISCELLANEOUS. T^DWARDW. MILLSK, . .,,"- . (Late.of Young, Moore & Co.,) wiT.n -• ISAAC P. CHALFANT, /..,. AUCTION JOBBERS IN. HOISERy" . GOODS, NOTIONS, <t-e., '.' No. .57, NORTH THIRD ST., PHIL'A!.' jal3'69.f.f. - - ' ¦- - ¦ SCREWS and Hinges of every variety and kind at IRWIN & WILSON'S. AMMUNITION—Cartridges, and other amaranition :.<t IRWIN & WI? SON'S. N AILS, all sizes ami kinds, at IRWIN WILSON'S.d GLASS, all »izes and qualiiiiib, at. IRWIN & WILSON'S AttPd^Ciil CO OL<. uf ev ery detmtjd-i i at tRW IN WILSON'S. SADDLERY, to suit the trade, at , ,. . . IRWIN <fc.,WILSO 'S. ARRIAGE and BUGGY bolts, all size ' used at IRWIN WILSON'S '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

Original pPoetry. - "' For the Bellefonte Republican. 1 AM MUSING. ' BY AMICUS. I am musing to-day of the world as it is, And not as it ought to be; ¦ I am musing and. sighing, to think what's amiss, And can find no remedy. There is much that is right, far more that is w:ong, And wrong i'nced-: must be,. E'er the author ofmaxims, of logic or song, Can change its wonted sway. So many are blinded, yes, obstinate blind, By wealths pyrotechnical glow; Scarce one in a hundred of riches we find, Who is not sold to fashion and show, Now this of itself, is commendable, quite, So long and so far as 'tis right, But with b'goteii malice or envy and pride, It is rather too big for its size. Not old for its age, for it never lives long, Nor h:.s it the wisdom of years; It sings its own requium, writes its own wrong, And-drowns in its own flood of tears. He's a rich man whose heart is rich, rich in ' itselt; With means to develop its store; Who discards all the vices of ill-gotten pelf, Who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

BELLEFONTE RMELffl W.W.BROWN, 1 ¦'-. "•DTm.-„ A. B. HUTCHISON/}. Editors Terms, $2vper Annum,; in Advance BELLBFONTEi PA.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

VTtl^iu^lHMjnS; Fefepiiiry'S)r69 The. Right i)f Selfrfiovernrnjiat Oar fathers in, 1776, in thetime of their dangers and trials, adopted the principle.-.that- Governments derive their just powers from the consent of the governed. They invited and accepted the aid t»f all races and classes of men, and promised openly to the world ac asylum for the oppressed. i They professed that they would establish an absolute equality of lights amongst men, and secure their enjoyment by making the voice of each citi--zen a necessity to the Government. Iu the-day of prosperity they forgot '£he darK-skihned race, who were their servants and helpers, and with whom, in many instances, they had shared •the toitepf the march and the perils ttFthVfield, drifting away from this broad principle of equal rights, the only anchor to which Bepublican government can cling in the storms of time, our fathers'and their sons, from generation to generation, floated and sailed on over deep, and dark, and calm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

In the trial.af P. GBA.Y MSEK for Jibel, the defendant "was allowed to introduce, ' without objection, any proof he could find, to show the truth of his charges against the Willia^usport Dickinson Setniaary. He failed utterly to make good&ny one of them, and went out of coort saddled -with the costs, by a jury of his political friends. All the soreheads h« could find amongst the worst behaved of the stvf: .dents, were unable to find oae real ^evidence of misrnanagemeat or'coru-.up4cHi.on the part of the faculty of tthat scb.o61. All honor to that Faculty for their «sourage is vindicating themselves in a legal" and proper manner, and to a jury wJio ceald do righteously, even wfcea appeals were tacitly made to aodttoe them to listen to partizan prejudices, and save a political friend. Our Democratic friends were sur prised and indignant, that a Demo-.cratic jury should impose the not very Jtght penalty of three or four hundred dollars in costs upon P. Gray-Meek^ iheir ed...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

Protection lo American Industry We print on bur first page a most excellent article," on the subject; of "Protection to American Industry," which we copy from the Irish Republic. We neglected to credit the article to that Journal, but avail ourselves of this opportunity to make the amende honorable. We hope that our readers, and: especially our adopted fellow citizens, will not fail to read the article closely, and study well its arguments. •The protection policy is the true one for this country, and no man who owns a farm, or who earns his bread by the sweat of his brow, should fail to inform himself thoroughly on this subject. Everybody, says Colton, knows how quick the farming interests feel the benefits of a new manufactory, or a new village or town, that has sprung up in the midst of them, under a protective system. The farms instantly rise in value; some of them in the neighborhood are turned into gardens—the most profitable species of husbandry—anew and lively market is...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

EarpTT—Meek's pocket-book ai*ce his libel suit.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

"Scotia." The last Bedford Inquirer has the following handsome compliment to Hon. John Scott. "Scotts, wha hao wi' Waiaa ce bled." The brilliant success of Hon. John Scott, of Huntingdon,- in his Senatorial aspirations, has so elated the people of that ancient village, that they have given way to the most excessive manifestations of delight, some of which, it is said, appear ludicrous in the best definition of the word. An eye witness, who is our informant, says that he has' never read, heard or seen anytiinglike it. Our narrator says tie usually sober town ias been drunk with excitement; that old men and maidens have vied with each other in their enthusiasm; young men and matrons have joined their most ardent.zeal with the universal impulse: old men have thrown awa y their citnCs and danced - with delight; matrons have lovingly seized their offspring and covered them "with kisses in an exuberance of joy; young gentlemen and young ladies have been seen to embrace, rapturously,...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 3 February 1869

The Bepublican Party Dilke,.the intelligent English tourist, devotes a chapter in his new volume of travels to the Republican party in America. Among other things he says: " If we look to the record of the Bepublican party with a view to make a forecast' of its. future conduct, we find that at the end of the war tie party had before it the choice between military rule for the South—between a government carried on through Generals and Provost Marsials, and a rule founded upon tie principles of equity and self-government, dear to our race, and supported, by local majorities, not by foreign bayonets."- - After then reviewing whafrthe- organization has accomplished, .he.pays the, following tribute to it: " The organization of tie Republican party is hugely powerful; it has its branches in every township and district in the Union; but is strong, not in the wiles of crafty plotters, not' in the devices of unknown politicians, but in .tie.hearts of the loyal people of, tie country....

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