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

A TTENTION ! REFLECT! ! Before ordering your B 0 OTS .OR SHOES. Tho only exclusive Boot and Shoe Manufacturing shop in Bellefonte. .,-¦• I would respectfully invite your consideration to the g< neral satisfaction which in every case follows my work. Prices reasonable,'and heat fits guaranteed. JOHN POWERS, ja6'69.1y'.]- Allegheny St., Bellefonte.

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

PLANING MILLS. r^^^fAia/r^.rrr.U^ JDU1LDERS LOOK HERE ( The subscribers havingloased the MILESBURG PLANING MIL^,. . and added largely to its facilities for turning out first class worl, axe now.prepared io furnish .. • FLOORING, • FRAMES,': DOORS, SASH, SHUTTfcSS BLINDS,. ' • ¦'"¦ - BUILDING, ... . BRACKETS, '.--SCROLLWORK and manufactured lumber.of ~.; •¦ ¦ , EVER Y ¦ DESCRIPTION. . at the LOWEST CASH P R I C ES, ' . All manner of work, such as Scroll Sawing, Mouldings, Brackets, '&c;, made after any DESIRED PATTERN, on' the shortest possible notice, Connected with the mill, and in operation at all times, is one of tbe latest improved - Poke drying kilns,. . which leaves the lumber in a perfectly healthy state, assists in preserririg it, and'in fact adds to its lasting qualities, while other methods of drying deteriorate, and rendeis it more liable TO DECAY AND WASTE. Lumber dried in a Coke kiln will not shrink, it is dried perfectly and when worked and put up, will n...

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

EDMUHD BLANOHABD, ": S. AUSTIN BItEW E.M. BLANCHARD, W. II. HOLMES, T5ELLEF0NTE.PLANING MILL. ... BLANCHARD & COMPANY. HANUFACTUBEBS 0FWHITE & YELLOW PINE'' FLOORING .AND WEATHER-BOARDING: ' of Various Styles, DOORS, ...,.'.,- ... 1 ' SASH, ... ¦•• ' BLINDS ¦ •-¦¦' .- - •-- ¦¦ ¦:.- SHUTTERS,' .--•¦ :¦ . . <fc MOULDINGS,, Scroll Work of every D esa-iption. BRACKETS OF ALL SIZES, and PATTERNS- m.arte to order Having'a'"BULKLEY'S PATENT LUM , BER DRYER," connected with our estab': lishment, we are onabledto manufacture oua worfc'Trom :'. r ••. ". :': '; ¦ - THOROUGHLY SEASONED " LUMBER. ,..';;.., ^^-ORDERS FROM CONTRACTORS,' BUILDERS, DEALERS- .AND -THE TRADE GENERALLy SOLICITED-^ BELLEFONTE,: CENTRE CO., PA. 6?69.1y. •

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

FOUNDRY. . T OGAN FOUNDRY, ,. NEAR THE RAILROAD DEPOT. "' * BELLEFONTE/PENN'A. . We are happy to inform; the people of Cenlre and the adjoining countieu, that' we are now prepared, to make House ¦ Castings; -such as Sash Weights, ... Cellar ^window ^ Grates.-Ac;-, of- all.- v sizes". Grist aiid.§aw.Mill Cast- . ,;. ings, Sled Soles 6J^ all kinds, Plows, Plow Shares.1 '¦' 'We . also- manufacture- . the: JMPROVED WORTZ PLOW, ;-: ; Also EGG STOVES, Stove , Castings, Oven Doors and Frames," Coal Grates for Pave' -, -mentsVWater Pipes, Wagon Boxes, together with every variety, of Castings,kept constantly on band, or. made to order. All order's filled promptly.: Gi e us a call. Don't forget the place, near the Railroad Depot, Bellefonte. ja6'69.1y. BAYARD, JINKINS& Ca

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

.^FURNITURE. , . T^URNITUREWARE ROOM, Howard Street, Bellefonte, Pa. WHERE BUREAUS, ' ¦: - SOFAS. ' '.-" - LOUNGES, ' HAT RACKS. WHAT-NOTS, EXTENSION TABLES, .' . STANDS, ¦ CHAIRS, 'STOOLS, ic, of every description, quality and price, foi sale cAeo-^er.tban at other estab- - lishment of the kind .in ¦ . Central Penn'a. " ; UNDERTAKER. Ready made Coffins, of all sizes and prices kept constantly on hand. Also Coffins manufactured to order. ; iafi'691y. H.P.HARRIS.

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

MEDICAL DISC'S CURE FOR CONSUMPTION, That the Science of Medicine has reached a period of its history,-when it may ha said that CONSUMPTION,can be cured, is a mcstgratifying.altlio'ughuiilooked-fnrevent. .'; PISO'S CURE FOR CONSUMTION, is a:justly celebrated medicine, it'is prepared, by Hazel ton 4 Co., Warren,-Pa. - It is for sale Wholesale and Retail HIRAM LUCAS &BRO, Howardville, Centre Co., Pa. ¦ ¦>' ¦¦-:. . ¦ .Agents for Centre county

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

MISCELLANEOUS..^,,^ rpHEDAILY i.WEEi'LY TELEGRAPH . ; c" ' '"For 1888-9! • Prepare for the Gubernatorial Campaign. Now is. tbe Time to- Secure;.a Cheap Newspaper for tbe coming Year. .The Republicans of Pennsylvania achieved a glorious victory in October and November, by electing their State and National candidates, notwithstanding the immense frauds committed hy bur political opponents. It now remains with the people to'-see'that the standard bearers of our glorious party are properly sustained in their efforts to establish confidence in the stability of our institutions,' ienewed activity in ail branches of industry, and thoreetoftrion ofsnlity and good fellowship with-all the people of our c >mmon country. Tb.it the Telegraph ha^ cortributed its full share to the glorious victories recently gained will not he denied, even by'our political opponents. Look at the result in our own county, where the editor labored night and day during. the canvass, through the paper arid ...

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

"VTASBY'S PAPER;" ' THE TOLEDO BLADE. "•, GREATENLARGEMENT! " GREAT ENLARGEMENT The proprietors of the'ToLEDo Bi,ADE,encouraited by the unparalleled success which has attended their efforts to establish a First Class National Newspaper, announce ^ that tbejj.-have just enlarged the Blade to a Mninnioth Sheet, of Eight Pages, containing fil'iy.-aix broad columns, and will spare no effort, to f urn ish .-their ..readers thebest arid cheapest paper iu lhe world. ... TflENASBYLFTrERS - ' Tho rk-h. racy., rollicking humor of the Leitors or' ''Rev. Petroleum V. Nasuv. P. M-, wich is Postmitater.":—their quaint irony keen sarcasm, and rntting ;satire,—their merciless exposure of the heresies of political demagogues of all.papier, and, withal, their'profoiihd philosophy] and, unanswerable arguments, have'rendered :them the most popular political literature ever published, in this or any other country.. These Letters are written 'expressly for 'the. Blade, and.will be continued regularly...

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

ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE.—Letters of Administration on the estate ef Boaze F. Lucas late of Curtin township: deo'd., having been granted to the nndersigned, all persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate are .equested to make immediate payment, and those having claims against the same, to present them duly authenticated for settlement. JNO. S.LUCAS, : ja20'69.Bt: " Adm'r. IT IS our intention to dispose of our entire stock befirethe opening of the Spring Trade. G. W. F^iKEK A CO. WA OON- HUBBS, spoke's and felloes, . large and sinall.iu . -¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦"¦¦ IRWIN A WILSON'S. LAMPS, every variety and kind at IRWIN & WILSON'S HORSE SHOES, best make at '- ¦¦'" IRYTN& WILSON'S

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

BOOTS & SHOES. rpH¥T^C^O*SET~ SH^S ~ ! EVERYTHING NeV & WARRANTED P. McAFFREY & GO'S." WHOLESALE k RETAIL BOOT k SHOE STOHE-[One door above Reynold's Bank.] Have just received the most complete assortment of everything in the ... -.. BOOT AND SHOE LINE, . Ter brought to Bellefonte. Their entire stock, which; is tho largest ever opened in this place, was made to order from the best material. It was'purchased.for cash and will be sold much lower than', any one can afford whe buys on time. They ARE PRACTICAL WORKMEN, and everything sold will be guaranteed' as represented. Repairing and custom work promptly attended to. ,1 ja6'69.1y. . > ¦ •-,..- ;

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

DRY GOODS. "dj> i A AA.REGARD J ! t..^...-. ZIMMERMAN BRO'S, & CO. ." (No. 2, Bush's Arcade,) 'BELLEFONTE', PENN'A., • .; '- . ;.; . -; ..-.-.o • • OFFER the above, reward for the apprehen sion and conviction of the '.-. man who-says--"IT IS ""a. E UMBUG" THAT A. ' - ... .'.. '''; DOLLAR SAVED. IN BUriNG GOODS ¦ IS BETTER THAU A DOLLAR WORKED FOR, WE have tbe evidence each day of hnmbera ; who purchase of us after having examined other sticks, that this C : is not a humbug, but a STUBBORN- TRUTH, and thatour Goods• ¦; • :;• ARE SOLD AT LOWER PRICE than' any other in the State. We cannot ENUMERATE .ARTICLES, as it would require ... '¦- ¦ . this entire'page to'do so'. Suffice '"; it to say that we supply, anything yon want, - AND GUARANTEE --FULL;¦'SA1ISFACTI ON ts all, as to LOW PRICES and : ;' IjUALITY OF_GOODS, 'r ; We respectfully" request yoiT all to call and "¦¦ SATISFY YOURSELVES. AFAIR'TEST IS ALL WE ASK ZIMMERMAN, BRO'S: & CO. ja6'69.y. ¦ .".. .•'...

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

HARDWARE. ¦ ¦ mHE ANVIL HARDWARE STORE I : ! IRWIN & WILSON. ! . SIGN OF. THE ...--.; aaaaaaaftaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa saaanaaa-;aaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa ' . nnnnnnnnnnncnnnannr.nnnnn .. nrinnrinrinnhnnnnnnnnnnn . vwvvvvvv-vvvwwvvVv ¦ • - vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvrvvyv iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii - lmilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllim .. liiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiimiriiiiiiiimiiiiiiiir ! North-west Corner of the Diamond, ' ¦'--•BE-L-L'E FONTS, Pa., — - :.: is the place to get-: ..HARDWARE of every. DESCRIPTION. Their Stock' of Shelf Goods is complete, em'•bracihg a full variety of Every Class. •" : :.- "Iu Heavy -Goods the same va-.._ riety is kept,up, embrae- -. .. "' .'". 'BS< in part, .... . .IRON,. . ... of all sizes and shapes. Steels—Cast, ¦ Shear,' • ' . ': ¦ -"-' -" ;: Spring, -- -..•'•- ...... . . Blister and Drilling, .-.-., Horse Shoes and ; '. Horse Shoe Nails, Toe Calks, : -. . Anvils und Vices, . - ' -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

OUR TERMS FOR SUBSCRIPTION A ADVERTISING The " BFLLEFONTE REPUBLICAN" is published every Wednesday Morning. in Bellefonte, Pa., by A. B. HUTCHISON I CO., at tbe following rates: One year (invariably in advance,) 42.00 Six Monihs, "..'. " " $1.00 Three Months,." " " 50 Single Copiei.." " " 05 It is Refublican in politics—devoted to the Agricultural, Manufacturing and Mining interests of Central Pennsylvania. Papers discontinued lo subscribers' at the expiration of thrir terms of subscription, at the option of tbe publishers, unless otherwise agreed upou. • Special notices inserted in our local colums at 20 cts. per line for each insertion, unless otherwise agreed upon.'by the month, quarter or year. Editorial Notices in our local columns, 25 jtta nurlina f7\t> «,*,<.1, fntArtiiiti ots. per line for each insertion. Marriage or Death announcements published free •>!' charge. Obituary notices published free, subject, to revision and condensation by the Edito...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

LODGES. Bellefonte Masonic Lodge, No 263. A. T. M, meets on Tuesday evening of or before tb? Full Moon. Constuns Commandery. No. 33, K. T., meets second Friday of each m»nth. I. O. O. F. Centre Lodge, No. J53, meets every Thursday evening at their Hall, Bush's Arcade. Forthe conferring of Degrees the 1st Saturday evening of each m^nth. For Degree of Rebecca, second Saturday of every month. I. 0. G. T.—This Lodge every Monuay evening . inrag. Bellefonte Church Directory. Presbyterian church, Spring St.. services at at 11 a. m., and 71 p. m; No pastor at present. This congregation are now erecting n sew church, in consequence of which the regular religious services will he held in the Couit House until further notice. MetbodiH Episcopal Church, High St., services 10i a. m.. and 7i P. m. Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Rev. H .C. Pardoe. pastor. St. John's Episcopal Church. High St.. services at 101 »• m- and 71 p. m. Rev. Byron McGann, pastor. Lutheran Church, Linn St., servic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Select PoetryT'' Oh! BE NO NOT tHE FIRST; " Oh ! be not the tint to discover1 A blot on the name'of a friend, A flaw on the faith of a lover, - Whose heart may be tine to the end We none of us know one another, And oft into «ror we fall j So let os speak well of each other, Or speak not at all. A smile"or a sign may awaken Suspicion, most false and undue; And thus our belief may be shaken In hearts that an hones; and true. How often the light smile of gladness Is worn by a friend that we meet, To cover a soul full of sadness, Too proud to acknowledge defeat. How otten the friends we love dearest, Their noblest emotions conceal; And bosoms, the purest, sincerest, Have secrets they cannot reveal. How often the sigh of dejection Is heated from the hypocrite's breast; To parody truth a>.d affection, Or lull a suspicion to rest. Leave base minds to hover suspicion, And small ones to trace our defects; Let ours be a nobler ambit'un, For base is the mind that suspects. We none o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Select Miscellany. John Walton's Revenge. BT HOEATIO ALOES., JB. <• Be off from here, yon little"beggar!" said Oscar Ronalds imperiously. The speaker was a well dressed hoy of fourteen, and the words were addressed to a boy of about bis own age and his sister of eight. The contrast between their outward appearance was striking. Oscar was of light complexion and looked like a petted child of the aristocracy. He held a club in his band, which it might be judged from bis scowling face he would not be unwilling to nse. John Walton.who confronted him withoot fear, was a stouter boy than Oscar. His complexion was dark; his hair, black as a raven's wing, hung over his forehead. His clothing was coarse and well-worn, his pants were tucked up nearly to his knees, and shoes and stock ings were luxuries which he dispensed with. His little sister, terrified by Oscar's rude manners, clung-to her brother in afright. " Don't be scared of him, Lizzie," said John. " He won't dare to touch...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

AitKonoTE or Grnbbal Grant—After the capture of Vickaburg, steamers ran in there to take furloughed troops up tbe river, charging as high as $30 for a passage from Vicksburg to Cairo. Says our author: The steamer had its decks crowded with soldiers, and Grant said to a man s'andine on.the wheelbousc giving orders loudly: "Areyou Captain on this boat?" " Yes, General." " How many soldiers have you on board?" "About 1,"250." " Whs*, have you charged for fare to Cairo?" "From ten to twenty-fire dollars each. General." *' Ten to twenty-five dollars each ?—Is that all ? Why that in too moderate ! It is a pity you should have to take the boys for so small a sum. You had better wait a while." Speaking to the officer oa board, be walked away. The steamer whistled tbe bell rang, tbe wheels began to move slowly; but, for some reason, .she was not east off. Tbe men oould not understand it. until, in a few moments an order came from the guard to keep the steamer until the Captain paid back ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

A Word fob. Bots.—Truth is one of tbe rarect of gems. Many a boy has been lost in society by allowing it to tarnish bis character, and foolishly throwing it away. If this gem still shines in ycur bosom, suffer nothing to displace or diminish its luster. Profanity is a mark of low breeding. Show ua the man that onmmanda thebest respect; an oath never trembles on bis tongue. Read the catalogue of crime. Inquire the character of those who depart from virtue Without a single exception, you will find them to be profane. Tbink of tins, and don't 'eta vile word disgrace you. Honesty, frankness, generosity, virtue—blessed traits! Be these yours,my boys, and we shall not fear. You will claim the respect and love of all. You are watched by your elders. Men who are looking for clerks and apprentices have their eyes on you. If yon are profane, vu'gar. tbeatre-going.thpy will not choose you. If you are upright, steady and industrious, before long you will find good placet, kind masters, and tb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

Rhyme and Reason —There is a good deal more truth than poetry in the following, which we out from an exchange, wi'hout knowing the author's name.— He was sensible, whoever he may have been, " When trade grew slack, and notes fell due, the merebant's face grew long and blue; his dreams were troubled thro' the night with sheriff's bailiff's all in sight. At last his wife unto him said, rise up at once, get out of bed, and get your paper ink and pen, and say these words unto all men :— My goods I wish to sell to you. and to your wife and daughters too : my prices are so very low, that each will buy before they go." He did as bis good wife advised, and in tbe paper advertised. Crowds came and bought of all he had, bis notes were paid, bis dreams were glad, and be will tell you.to this day, how well did printer's ink repay. He told us with a knowing wink, how he was saved by printer's ink.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

A waggish journalist, who is often merry over his p'erso'aal plainness tells this story of himself: I went to a chemist the other day for a dose of morphine fir a sick friend. Tbe assistant objected to give it to me without a prescription, evidently fearing that I intended to commit suicide. " Pshaw!" said I. " do I look like a man who would kill himself ?'J Gazing steadily at me a moment, be replied, "I don't know. It seems to me if I looked like yon, I should be greatly tempted to kill myself. Don't be too anxious to solve a conundrum : We know a man who got two black eye's in endeavoring to find out the "difference between a man and woman fighting in the street."'

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