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

^-5%V:,vj^||g^.;^r«K-riw^t:^i^- ' ..*^^j.-j^"^^t^i_^^i^.i 'Logan FouNnKv.^Bayafcl .Jin_'ehir'_ Co.j.have ^ chosenour columns as a medi; um through which, to"inform the farmers' and others of Centre county, wherp:they can buy the best plows, piew-shares and castings of all kinds ~ This is a reliable firm and,r:our -citizens can depend upon it, will do just what they promise". Capt. Bayard is well known to all our citizen as an honest, upright man, his partners arc also good men. See advertisement for further particulars.; - Pittsburg - Commercial.—,This most excellent daily paper is on our table. If is, Without exaggeration, one of the best daily papers in the State, and most emphatically the leading paper of the West. It is as near perfection in its foreign and domestic news department, in its commercial and financfaraeparlment as it is possible for human energy and ability to make it, while'in'politics'it is soundly and thoroughly'Republican, arid a strong advocate of the stric...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 February 1869

jVLarried BELL—HALL—On the 2nd inst., By Rev. H. C. .Pardee,. Mr. SamueLA. Bell,, of Aaronshurg, to Mies Prisoilla W.Hall, of Bellefonte. STOVER-McMULLEN— On tho 7th inst,, by Rev. Stewart, of Look Haven, Mr. Jos. Stover, to Miss Ella McMullen, both of Milesburg, Centre county, Pa.

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

¦ Died. MoCAFFERTY— On the 3d inst;, in this Borough George' Potter, ron of James McCafferty, aged 10 months. A little grave we made him, In the, church-yard cold we laid him; Laid him softly down to rest, '. With a white rose on his breast; i ' Dear Little.Po tter. -¦ .- HOLT—On the Sth inst., at his residence in Boggs township,"Henry B. Holt." Henry B. Holt, was a veteran of the Mexican war. He was a. member of Capt. J. I. Gregg's Company, 11th Vol. Reg't. He participated in thoseige of Vera Cruz, ii the battles of Cere Gorda, Contreras, Cherubueco, Molino-Del-Rey, Chapultepeck, and the storming of the Campe Santo and'the, ^aia^ ta of Sancosmo. He wa? a brave seldier. -and a geod citizen. Pis character was one of exalted wo.rtb,ana.he was highly esteemed hy all who knew him.' ' T -" - '•"'¦•" Heleavea.ta_.vrife .and, four children to mourn their loss. "-fie has slept hjUi.iast'sleepi-He •baaifuught»his.last battlCj No sound can awake hjm to glory again.*1 T, G,

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

"^'¦ ¦^rain;a.ni''rtlour:^ark' (it8i''"" Bellefonte. Fab. 10, 1869; Flour per barrel.™ ..;...'.;.....:..:$9 00 White' wheat per bushel... •..;..:... .;.. :\. 50 Red wheat... ;..........;.:...;.......... 1 40 Corn-(neW') ................;..„..'.;.-.... - -76 Oats :..:..;.*.......:;..:;..:....."....;;;;;...... 50 Rye per bushel......... .........."...•.. .. 1 25 Buckwheat per. bus ;. 1 00 Cloverseed-"- " ~.;.;r:r™r.vw;:r.;.;r 8- 60 Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb $0 12@1J Peaches, " '¦ " - ©18 Cherries,i«. «« ..«' ... .20 Beans per quart...........;.;..... .... .15 Butter'perlb......:...'..........'....'.... . , @;40 Beefsteak per lb ..;................... 20(3)25 Beef roasts... '.......'. 18@20 Chickens, each, lire 25 Turkeys, ": ".,.,..... .;. 65@100 Cheese pet ib.:„:.:..... uL : 22@25 Hams,. •' .«......:.; 23 Bacon @*" Lard, per lb. ....... @18 Bggs,:'"=d6»,....:..,....,.... *,.... 25@30 Mutton and Lamb per lb ..... 10@20 Vealcu'tlets per IB"..";;".'. •""•'" ..... - *@2...

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

Philadelphia Markets. Wednesday, Fob. 10,1869. Flock.—The Flour market is exceedingly quie.t, and prices of 'the medium and low grades favor buyers, while holders of choice family brands manifest no disposition to accept lower figures than now current. The receipts are extremely moderate, and the trade are unwilling to purchase in excess of present necessities; sales of 200 barrels superfine at $5,25; small lots of extras at$5@ 6,2a; 300 bbls Pennsylvania and Wisconsin extra families at $7@7 50; 200 bbls Minnesota do. do. at$7,25@7.50 ; 300 bbls Pennsylvania and Ohio do. do.'at'$8,50@10, and fancy brands at $10,50@12 50, according to quality. Rye Flour commands $7@7,50^> bbl. Nothing doing in Corn Meal. GRAIN.—The' Wheat market is without irr . provement; the demad is mostly from the local millers, who purchase principally of prime lots ; inferior and medium sorts are neglected, and prices nominal; sales of 1,500 bus good and.strictly..choice red at $1,70@ 1,80, and 600hu...

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

.'. Special Notices. AccuMCLATEb" Capital Over $62,000,— Penn'a Mutual Horse Thief Detecting And Insurance Co.— . York, Pa., September 15th, 1808. Dear Sir :—In consideration of the failure of the Hartford Live Stock Insurance Company, and of others, that have preceded it, the Directors of this Company deem it prudent to exercise additional care and caution in transacting the Company's business. With this end in view, we hare revised and amended the Tables of Rates' heretofore used, and have ruled out,, as uninsurable, some of tho more hazardous classes of stock. A copy of the revised rates is herewith enclosed, and which you will hereafter follow. Agents are requested to make 'special efforts to secure insurance on farm and private family horses, (making this, as far as possible, a FARMERS' COMPANY,) and guard vigilently against insurance on unsound or diseased auimals, as well as against insurance based on fancy values or on fancy stocks. By strictly adhering to the rules and ...

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

DRY GOODS. JAS. A. QUIGLET. BKHRY CROSKET, QUIGLEY 4 CROSKEY'S ^ CHEAP CASH STORE, EAGLEVILLE, CENTRE CO., PENN'A WE take pleasure in announcing to farmers and the public generally that we keep constantly on hand, at our store in Eagle. ville, Dry Goods, Groceries, ic, and SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE in town or country. "We shall always en .deavor to purchase good Goods and. war arnt everthihg as we represent it. We also always pay-the highest PRICES "FOR COUNTRY"~"PKODUCE" Please call and examine our stock for yourselves. jol3'69.1y.

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

^—^——¦——^ RAILROADS. MIFFLIN A CENTRE CO. Branch R. R. . KORTH WARD. No. 1, leaves Lewistown at 7.20 a. m., and arrives at Milroy 8.15 a. m. No. 2, leaves Penn'a R. R. 11.15 a. m., arrives at Milroy 12.15 p. m. No. 3, leaves Pen 'a R. R. 4.05 p. m., arrives at Milroy 5.00. SOTJTHWARP. No. 1, loaves Milroy 8.40 a. m., and arrives at Penn'a. R. R. 9.40 a. m. No. 5, leaves Milroy 1.15 p, a., and arrives Penn'a. R. R. 2.10 p. m. No..3., leaves Milroy 5.07 p. m. and arrives at Benn'a, R. R. 6.00. p. m: Stage leaves Bellefonte every day (except Su'nday,).at 11 a. m., and arrives at Miln;y'4.30 p m. Stage leaves Milroy every day (except Sunday) at 5.30 p. m. and arrives at Bellefonte 10.30 p. m. Btage'leaves Bellefonte for Pine Grove Mills every; Tuesday; Thursday and- Saturdaymornings' at 6 a. my Western mail closes at 4.00 p. m. Lock Haven mail closes at 10,00 a. m.

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

Executor's notice.';. . • Letters Testamohtai' tary on the Estate'of the late Clement Beik-: with, Esq!', pf Worth Tiwnshipj'de'cd., having been granted to the' undersigned by the Register of Weill's, of Csh'tre county, all persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate are.hereby notified to come forwo'rfi ' . and settlq,th,eir*accounts, and those having claim's against said Estate arc requested '. present the same duly authenticated for tlement. A. R. BARLOW, WM. V. BECKWITH, jal8'60.flt. Bx,.w mutton;. . VEAL,' POULTRY, io'., always on hand. ja6'69.tf. . TV/fEAT MARKET. N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposito'Court'House. BELLEFONTE, PENN'A." JESSE MORGAN,-Would respectfully call the attention" of the oitiien* of Bellefonte' ami vicinity,' to the superior quality of FRESH MEAT 1 FRESH MEAT Constantly to1 be'fonid on 'hand.' BEEF, PORK j er, as a pain, a for either internal or external use and is unsurpassed far the diseases for which it is recommended;' Put up in bottles, and re...

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

--:'^"r i)RY" GOODS, &C.7 """¦"• T)0 NOT FORGET That the place'jo mry Cheap Goods, CALICOES, DELAINES, SILKS, SATINS, BROADCLOTHS CASSIMERES, CASSINETS, BLANKETS, .. READY-MADE CLOTHING, for Men and Boys, is at JOHN W. COOKE'S CHEAP CASH STORE, REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. We started Out on the principles of "Small profits and quick Returns," and how. well wo have succeeded is known to everybody. OUR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE AND GLASSWARE, are of the very best quality and are sold av the most reasonable rates. We pay at all times the highest cash price for Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn and Barley.. We most aordially invite everybody to give us a call, before purchasing, elsewhere. Do not forget the place, REYNOLDS* ARCADE, ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. ja6'69.1y. J. W. COOKB. QW. W. FAIRER & CO., No. 4, BUSH'S ARCADE. LADIE'S & GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE. FURS, SHAWLS, BLAtfKETS, Flanels, Muslins, Calicoes, Coverlets, Delanes, H...

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

Apciiltiiral Bepartment WEDNESDAY MORNING, Feb. 10 '69

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

Can the United States Raise Its own Barley? Large quantities of barley are annually imported into the United States from Canada, and in addition to this it is said that orders have recently been sent to England for many thousand bushels. The fact is'a significant one. Barley requires good land and good culture. We have abundance of good land, but what shall we say of its culture ? Let the price of barley answer. There was a time when it seemed doubtful whether we could afford to improve our farms in the older settled parte of the country as long as we had to compete with the cheap and fertile land of the West. To spend $30 in draining an acre of land in Western New York, while this sum would buy 20 acres cf choice land in Iowa, required more faith in good farming than most of us possessed. But the truth seems tp be that land, in itself considered, has comparatively little value. What is it worth in parts of Texas or South America? It is the labor, skill and capital, expended upo...

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

Management of Cows in winter. A correspondent of the Agriculturist inquires: " When cows are stabled in winter, how long should they be allowed to remain in the yard during tho day ?" This depends a good deal on the weather, and also on the food and whether the cows are expected to give milk or not. When the ob» ject is to obtain milk in winter, if water is supplied in tbe stable we would seldom turn them out at all. And if necessary to turn them out to water, we would let them out twice a, day, cay for ten or fifteen minutes. Cows like to be humored a littl.e ip regard •to-watering. They will not drink as readily as a horse. They should be allowed plenty of time.. When cows . are cot giving milk and it is desirable to have them eat coarse fodder, they should be turned out for several hours during the day. They will eat this class of fodder much better in tbe yard than in the stable. Judgement, however, should be exercised! If the weather is stcrmy; they will be better in the st...

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

Foul Waterin Cisterns.— "Areader" says that the cisterns for watering cattle in his vicinity have become rfoul, and wants to know a remedy. Tbis is occasioned someti Jies by the faffing in of earth worms or rats from the top, which die and putrefy, The remedy for this would be the cement aog of tbe top of the cistern so as to ieep out the worms and vermin.— Sometimes the cistern has no ventilation, and the water is drawn by a pump. If the cistern were opened "and an endless chain pump or a bucket with windlass were introduced to draw tjje water, the difficulty would be remedied. Even in wells the water is thought to be benefited by frequent agitations. Cisterns should be thorougbly cleaned once a year, and it is a safeguard against untimely .cracking to make a wash of hyd* raulic lime and brush over ihf iref/V.— American Agriculturist.

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

Fix Up the Implements. During tbe winter every implement and machine that will be required next spring and summer should be overhauled and repaired. Examine the plows, and if they have been neglected and are rusty, wash off the dirt and then apply with a swab fastened On the end of a stick, a mixture of one part sulphuric acid and two parts of water. Rub tbe mould-board and other parts that are rusty, with this liquid until the rust is removed ; then wash it off and rub it dry- Then smooth over it with crude petroleum or some other cheap oil, and next spring you will be saved from the loss and annoyance of clogging. Every farmer should buy a barrel of petroleum, and use itiieely on all his wagons, machines, implements, etc. It will keep tho iron from rusting and the wood from decay, and in cold weather it is a useful lubricating oil. We find it absolutely essential to keep on hand several sises of carriage bolts, With these and a brace, and a set of bits, nearly all ordinary fra...

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

Tree Peddlers.—"T. M.," Goshen, N. Y., writes: ''Itwould be an excellent plan if you would call the attention of your readers to the importance of not patronizing the men who are going obout canvassing for fruit trees. I have bought several times, and the trees are now beginning to bear, but out of fifty different varieties that I purchased, not one is true to name. In fact, they are all of one kind of apple, small and sour. I hear this complaint all over this section. It is necessary that we who want trees should go to some reliable nurseryman, and state to him what we want. One of my neighbors bought 300 apple trees and 150 pear trees; they were to be of tbe best varieties of fruit, and the apples turned out to be crab apples, and the pears at present it is hard to name, for there is scarcely any taste to the fruit, and it is very small. You can do a great amount of good by writing an article, and urging upon your readers the importance of avoiding such scamps as these tree ag...

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

How to Make Rails Durable.— Almost every one notices a difference in the rails used for fencing material. Timber left with the bark on rots very much quicker than that which is split and seasoned. Some rails last but three or 4 years, and others are good for fifteen or twenty. There is a difference, of course in the woods used for this purpose. Birch poles are sometimes worthless after a year's use, and chestnut is very durable. Experiments show that rails cut and split soon after midsummer last much longer than those prepared in winter.— But summer is usually fully occupied with tillage and harvest, and of necessity fencing material must be prepared at a time of more-leisure. If cut early in the winter, (and none should be cut late) have the logs split immediately, and the rails piled where the. sun and wind can have free access to them. It is a good plan to draw them to where they are to be used, as the ground is now frozen.— Peel poles too small for splitting.— American Agricul...

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

Card the Cows.—One would think that any kind-hearted man, when he sees how grateful this opera tion is to a cow, would be willing to spend a few moments daily in carding her. Ic pays as well to clean a cow as a horse. All who have fairly tried it find great benefit from the operation. And yet not one farmer in a hundred makes it a practice to use the card or curry-comb in the cow-stable. We know stupid men who laugh at the idea as a mere notion of some fancy farmer. But, in point of fact, no cow can give the best results at the pail unless this matter is attended to, especially in winter.

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

MISCELLANEOUS ft 1 An A MONTH can. he made by male ^pJ.UU and fen-ale Agents. We have nothing for cariosity seekers, but reliable steady, profitable employment, for those wno mean business. Address .with 3 cent stamp, C. L. "Van Allen k Co., New Street, New York. ja20'69.4w. SOMETHING NEW AND USEFUL.—A New Era in Music. POPULAR MUSIC at POPULAR PRICES. ." Sitchcock's Half-Dune Series of Music for the Million." No. 2 now ready,—Music and Comic Song, "CAPTAIN JINK* OF THE HORSK MARINES." Others to follow rapidly. Price, 5 cents each. Your Newsdealers has it or will get it for yon. Mailed on receipt of price. Address BEN J. W. HITCHCOCLi, Publisher, 89 Spring Street New York. ja20*69.4w. TO THE WORKING CLASS. I am now prepared to furnish constant employaent 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 hoys and girls earn nearly as much as men. Great inducements arejoftered. All ...

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

fe fJbt'SueorfJiunAclCafWiI?, P r Vallsa&JaCbrV, OOcotfDlrt fogilttWuHrMiiiVMiiti) * TYTE ARE COMING, AND WILL PRESENT to ANY PERSON Sending us a Club in our Great ONE DOLLAR SALE OF DRY & FANCY GOODS, A WATCH, piece of SHEETING, SILK DRESS PATTERN, ka., da., FBEE OF COST. Our Inducements during the past few years have been largo. 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 extensive patronage. Send for New Circular. Catalogue of Goods and Samples sent to any address free. Send money by registered letter. Address all orders to J. S. HAWES * CO., 15 Federal St., Boston, Mats. P. O. Box C. Wholesale Dealers in Dry and Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Plated Ware, Albums.Leather Goods, <£c, ka. ja20'69.4w.

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