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

The jury in the-2/«6erSuit brought by Dr.'Mitchell of. the Dickinson Seminary, against P. G. Meek, bro't in a verdict of not guilty; but Meek to pay the costs. Rather expensive printing, that, Mr. Meek. We can't, see where your great victory comes in. * ^ - Tufti liberty of the press io publish the truth is still seeure in Centre county, says P. G. Meek. So it is; but a Democratic jury, by their verdict, declared that you sho'd pay $300or $400 of costs for publishing a contemptible lie against the Dickinson Seminary.

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

The verdict in the Meek-Libel-Sdit is a severe rebuke to Mr. Meek, and a grand victory in favor of right when we take into consideration the fact that nine or ten of the jury were Democrats. How do you like to pay coats, Mr. Mebk?

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

Editorial and' News" Item' s — It is saidjbe Tribune- Association has. insured the life of Mr. Greely for the handsome^sum of $100,000, —A Canadian was robbed of fourteen thousand dollars Wednesday high fc, in a Broadway, New York, gambling'saloon. ; -..•-. --'ii —TheLegislative Committee, on the location of the Ohio Agricultural College have reported in favor of Ur^ bana. —Gorge H. Reynolds, a' prominent merchant of Peoria, Hi;, fell dead in his house Wednesday night, from heart disease. —The Republican State Central Committee of Virginia - has called a State Convention for March 9th, to nominate candidates for State officers. —Omaha telegrams state that one thousand and "twenty; miles of, track has been completed west of Omaha. It is expecterl a junction will be made April 1st. —A petition to the Senate, of the United States, signed by Hon. B. Upton and others, against the confirmation of the Alabama claims treaty, has been placed at. the Merchants' Exchange in Boston fo...

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

Four Great Sources of State Revenue From'the Philadelphia Telegraph] 'The great mass of the reading people of Pennsylvania have of late nad their attention'directed to'the fact that the income of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania during the past year amounted to about five millions of dollars. • ¦ ; Yet the sources, from which this revenue was derived, and how it comes that no one feels the pressure of its taxation, are probably known to few. It is well to look for a moment at the four great streams from which over one-half of the total receipts of the State are derived; for from the four species of taxes we shall name, more is secured than from all the sources of ether taxes combined. All of them are payments extracted from rich corporations. Let us take them in the - order of the amounts they realize. Eirst,.tie tax on capital stock, from which the State received during 1868 the sum of il,-064,068. This tax was levied by the act approved 12th April, 1859, which provides for t...

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

Senator Sumner.—Mr. Sumner has received numerous congratulations on his re-election for a fourth term of six years. The National Executive Committee of colored men appointed by the recent convention here, recent ly addressed him a letter of congratulation, to which Mr. Sumner replied as follows:: Senate CHAMBER,Sunday,Jan.24. Gentlemen :—1 receive gratefully tie congratulations which the National Executive Committee of colored citizens have made to me on my recent re-election to the Senate. One of the choicest satisfactions of arduous public service is found in the good-will which you so kindly communicate to me in behalf of those for whom I labored. If I were disposed to hesitate, your letter would quicken my energies. JJe assured I shall press on to the end against prejudice, against opposition, against corns binationsof all kinds. The good cause has advanced from victory to victory. It only remains.that equal rights for all shall be assured at the ballet box everywhere throug...

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

• —It is said that Parson Brownlow used to keep an account of his good and bad deeds,: and occasionally to strike a balance to see what his chances were for Heaven, and it used to be the boast of the Parson that if St-Peter kept the account correct, he should have no difficulty in entering the celestial city, as his good deeds were in the ascendancy, untill he nominated A. Johnson for Vice Pres* ident. That sin sunk the Parson, and he has since torn up his book and relies now on saving grace alone. Meek says "a cell is empty in the Centre county jail, and there is no one to fill it.'' The prince of devils thought there was a vacancy when he was kicked ont of heaven; but he found his place. So Meek has gone to his place to mingle with his associates,the Democratic members of the Legislature. -

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

A MERICAN BTJUON-HOLE"; OVER-SEAMING AND SEYflNO MACHINE COMBINED. MEDAL AWARDED AT THE PARIS EX POSITION, 186?. In directins attention to the celebrated COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AND SEWING M A.CHTNE, we fool fully warranted in claiming.for it unquestionable superiority nver all others at a Family Machine.— -The Simplicity, Ease and Certainty with which it operate*, as well as thenniform excellence of its work, certainly place it far in advance of any other similar invention of the age. • ¦ I is also the cheapest, intrinsically, as well as the best, since it is really two machines combined in one, (by simple aEd beautiful mechanical arrangement never before accomp1ished by buuian ingenuity,) making either the Lock 8'itch or Batton Hole Stitch, asioccasion may require. It is, at the Same time, simple in construction, comparatively noiseless, easily onderst«o 1, and, in a word, it combines with those advantnges exclusively its own the. most deirable 'qualities of all others, for ...

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

P ENNSYLVANIA; RAILKOAD. BALD EAGLE VALLEY AND TTB0NE & CLEABMELD BEANCHES OPENING OF TYRONE * CLEARFIELD BRANCH TO CLEARFIELD 41 MILES NORTH OF TYRONE. On and after Monday, February 1st. 1869, two Passenger Trains will run daily (except Sundays) between Tyroe and Lock Haven, and one P».«senger Train . between Tyrone and Clearfield—as follows: BA LD EA GLE VALLEY WESTWARD. Mail Leaves L*ck Haven at 2 30 p m " " Milesburg " S 55 p m " *' Bellefonte " i 12 p m Arrive at Tyroneat 6 05 p m B. E. Express leaves L Haven at. 10 20 a m " .."...Milesburg "„.ll 48 a in " "...Bellefi,nte '...11 55 a m Arriresat Tyrone at .'... 1 20 p m EASTWARD. Mail leaves Tyroneat..... 8 50 a m ".«.'.."...Bollefo- teat 10 50 a m " "...Milesbure; at. _1J 02 a m -rrive at Xoek Haven 12 30 p m B.E. Express leaves Tyrone;........ 7 00 p m " '...Bellefonte at.. 8 50pm • '' "...Milesburg at.. 9 05pm Arrives at Lock Haven at ..10 30 p m TYRONE AND CLEARFIELD. NORTHWARD. Clearfield Mail leave...

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

NAILS, all sizes and kinds, at IRWIN WILSON*S.d / 1 LAfaS, all nhses and qualities, at V3T IRWIN & WILSON'S

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

CARPENTER TOOLS, of every descrip tion at IRWIN WILSON'S SADDLERY, to suit the trade, at IRWIN * WILSON'S

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

SCREWS and Hinges of every variety and kind at . IRWIN * WILSON'S. AMMUNITION—Cartridges, and other ammunition et IB WIN ATTTTR'WR.

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS PITTSBURGH COMMERCIAL DAILY AND WEEKLY. Now is the Time to Subscribe—Grant's Ejection a New Era. Every Man Should Enow What Is Going On. The election of Grant marks an ora in the history of the country. The future is full of promise. We stand on the threshhold. of a period of remarkable interest. If the Presidential campaign awakened a desire for reading and intelligence, the election of Grant must create a wish among all classes to be well informed at every step in the career on which, as a people, we are about to enter. The people having elected a President by an unexampled majority, they will naturally wish to observe him at every step, know ot every event as it happens, and have an intelligent understanding of men and tDings not only in onr own country but throughout the-world. More than ever now a pood newspaper becomes essential to every man, who wo'd keep himself informed concerning passing events. No man can prt-tcud to know what life is, or keep up ...

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

A GENTS WANTED. LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO GOOD MEN TO SELL MACHINES. THE WONDER OF THE AGE, THE FARMERS PRIDE, THE STUMP & GRUBBING MACHINE. It will do more work in one day than Ten Men with grabbing: hoes can possibly -do, and leaves no reots or stumps to sprout np in the spring. After grubbing with this Ma* chine the farmer can cut bis grain or grass the first season with the Reaper or Mower. It does its waik effectually. Any person or persons desirous of making money, will do well to Address, 3. C, Box 227, . feb3'69.3m. Bellefonte, Pa. . [The Elk county paper and the Emporim Independent, Cameron Co., Pa., will please in>ert the above advertisement six times, and send bill to Bellefonte Bepublican.—Ed.]

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

-jU-OTICE. Mary S. Allen, "| In the Court of Common by her father and I Pleas of Centre county, next b».stfriend, ( No.45, Aur.T., 1868. J. S. Parsons, }¦ Subprena in Divorce. *'¦» alias Harry C. Allen. Subptcna No. 61, Nov. J term, 1868. The Commissioner appointed by the court to take testimony in the above case, will meet the parties interested, tor the purpose of bis appointment, on the 26tb day of Fob. A. D. 1869, at 2 o'clock, P. M., at his office in Bellefonte, Pa. S. D. GRAY, feb3'«9.4t. Cam'r.

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

MISCELLANEOUS CI (\(\ &¦ MONTH can be made by male ejJLUU and fenale Agents. We have nothing for curiosity seekers, but reliable steady, profitable employment,' for' those wbo mean business. Address with 3 cent stamp, C. L. Van Allen & Co., New Street, New York. ja20'69.4w.

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

S OMETHING NEW AND USEFUL.—A New Era in Mubic. POPULAR MUSIC at POPULAR PRICES. « Hitchcock's Half-Dime Series of Music for the Million." No. 2 now ready,—Music and Comic Bone. '•CAPTAIN JINKi- OP THE HORSK MARINES." Others to follow rapidly. Price, a cents each. Your Newsdealers ban it or will got it for you. Mailed on receipt of price. Address BEN J. W. HITCHCOCii Publisher, 89 Spring Street New York. . ' jaZU'69.4w. TO THE WORKING CLASS. I am now prepared to furnish constant omployaent to all classes at their homes, for their spare monieutiS. Business new,Jigiu and profitable. Fifty cts. to $5 per evening i- easily earned, anU the boys auu girls earn nearly as otttch as men. G real inducements ajeji.llered. All wbo see tais uotke please send me their ad dreso and teat the business lor themselves.— If not well satisfied, I will send $1 to pay for the trouble of witmg to me. Fu.t particulars teut free. Sample aout by mail for ten cents. Address, E. C. ALLEN, Augusta, Maine. ia2...

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

MONEY EASILY MADE, With onr Com plete Stencil and Key Check Outfit. Small capital required. Circulars free. .STAFFORD MANF'G. CO., 68, Fulton St., New York. ja20'69.4w. -

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

? ' ^tmss^i- -§ TTTE ARE COMING, AND WILL PRESENT to ANY PBRSO Sending us a Club in our Great ... ONE DOLLAE SALE OF DJtY & EANCY GOODS, " A WATCH, piece of SHEETING, SILK . DRESS PATTERN, 4o.,*e., . " FBBS QF COST. Our Inducements during the 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 to meet the demands of our extensile patronage. Send for Hew Circular. Catalogue of Moods and Samples sent to any address freB. Send money by registered letter. Address all orders to J. S. HA WES A CO,, 15 Federal St., Boston, Mass. p. o. Sox a Wholesale Dealers in Dry and Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Plated Ware, Albums.Leather Goods, *o.. io. ja20'6°.4w. , .

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

A WATCH FREE Given gratis to lire, en ergetic Agents, male or female, in a new, light and honorable business, paying thirty dollars per day sure. No gift enterprise, no. humbng. Address, R. Monroe Kennedy Jk Co., Pittsburg, Va., ja20'69.4w. - , '

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

DR. BURTON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE Warranted to remove all desire for Tobacco. It is entirely Vegetable and harmless. It Purifies and enriches the Blood, Invigorates the System, posse, ses.great Nourishing ana Stiengthening power, is so excellent Appetizer, enables the Stomach to Digest the heartiest; food, makes sleep re*, freshing, and establishes robus health.— Smokers and Chewers of Sixty Year' s Cured. Price, Fifty Cents, post free. A treatise on the injurious effects of Tobacco, with lists of references, testimonials, Ac, sent free.— Agents wanted. Address Dr. T. R. ABBOTT, Jersey City, N. J. Sold by all Druggists. ja20'60.4w-

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