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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

From Washington. Special to the Harrisburg Telegraph.] . __.. Washington, Feb. 13L Messrs Morton, Wilson and Pruyn, the committee appointed to notify General Grant of his election, waited upon him at his headquarters' this morning at half-past ten. Senator Morton made a formal announcement in an appropriate and complimentary speech, alluding to the qualities which had determined the" country in its choice, and the expectations that were entertained of the manner in which the trust would- be discharged. General Grant, after replying formally to the compliments conveyed, and saying he would try faithfully and honestly to discharge the duties of his position, and there was one subject to which he desired to allude to at this time. He should endeavor to select for his assistants in the administration of the Government capable, honest and patriotic men, and in this he hoped to have the concurrence of the Senate that if he did not succeed in getting competent men on the first trial ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

Tae Assassination of Ex-Sena TOR McCONNELL, OF ILLINOIS.—The assassination of Ex-Senator Murray McConnell, of Illinois, has created an extraordinary excitement throughout that State. Gen. McConnell was one of the oldest citizens of Central Illinois, and had, perhaps, taken a more active part in its political history than any othe r living man. He was a man of decided ability, ready wit and considerable scientific and literary attainments. He was a successful lawyer having been the associate of Baker, Lincoln, Lamberton, Douglas and others of like character. He was a participant in the Black Hawk war, and shortly after was elected Representative in the Legislature. From. 1864 to 1868 he was a member of the Senate of Illinois. Under Buchanan he held the office of Firet Auditor of the Treasury., On the morning of his assassination he breakfasted with his family about eight o'clock. At half-past eight he was seen in his room alone, reading. Fifteen minutes later he was found col...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

Editorial and Other.Items. —Gov. Brownlow, of Tennessee, tendered.hjs'resignation to the Legislature on the 12th inst, to take effect on the 25th inst. : —Willey Hutchcraft died in Nasfc ville yesterday,' from the effects of a blow on the head given a week ago by Wm.. Kiser.... , . . —A servant girl in Brooklyn, mistook arsenic for salaratus, and thereby poisoned a family of eleven persons.--- ' - :...--, —One hundred and fifty removals from and^appointments to office were made «by General Stoneman, Satu& day. » —An act to enforce the provisions of the civil rights bill was ratified- on the 10 inst. by the General Assembly of South Carolina. —The Georgia Lcgislature,recehtly passed almost unanimously, a resolution to elect Representatives to the United States Congress on the first Monday in April. ' " —The Senate of Maine; by a vote of fourteen to thirteen, has refused to instruct the judiciary committee to report a bill for abolishing capital punishment. —A large:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

.-._ [Communicated.] [-Messrs. Editors :-j-I noticed, koine time ago, a short article in relation to the County Superintendeney, published in the Bellefonte National; and being a citizen of the County, and thus far.interested-in.the educational interests of the same, I am also interested, to the same extent, in the question of the Superintendeney, and therefore seek your columns to express my views jn relation thereto. The. question as to the necessity or propriety of the County Superintendeney has been much mooted, and I will not attempt to discuss it here, believing it to be a very essential part of the school system, if properly filled, and the duty well and promptly discharged. It becomes us, then, as a matter of duty,, toselect the most capable and fit man for this responsible position, and not by gross indifference and neglect, permit some incompetent and unworthy aspirant to be foisted upon us, and thus, instead of the schools of the County being advanced thereby, they ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

Charleston, W. Va.,Peb. 10'69. "Messrs. Brown & Hutchison —- Gents ;—While you are swelling the ranks of the great Republican party, by teaching the people the truth of that great principle inscribed in the corner-stone of our republic, "that all men are created equal, endowed with certain inalienable rights, life, liberty and the persuit of happiness," we,too, in our young, but loyal State, .are working in the right, as God gives us. light. We are just cutting-loose from the old fogyisms of the South, and we can say truthfully, what none other of the southern States can say, that all men are protected in their rights. Our State is hilly; but on every hill side may be seen cropping GUt'coal and iron oar.. Our Valleys are as beautiful, andas rich in soil, as those of any other State. Rich, not only in mineral wealth, (it being the heart of the great coal formation of the United~States,) but in our vast and undeveloped forests, our timber is immense, both in size and quali...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

O. Tf. VAKViLIIf. O. B. LAMBERT. "TTANVALIN 4 LAMBERT, PLASTERERS! PLASTERERS!! We adopt this method of informing the citizens of Bollefonta and vicinity that we have entered into partnership in the PLASTERING BUSINESS AH jobs entrusted-to ns will be done in the shortest time and in the most workmanlike manner. From our long experience 'in the business we feel confident that we can give full satisfaction to all who may- favor us with their work. Address, or call on VANVALIN 4 LAMBERT, fehl7'69.6m. Bellefonte, Pa. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

TOBACCO ANTIDOTE WlSailTTED 1* BEK07E ALL DBSnunwt TOttiCCO. A tiGirdy vegetable Sad harmka. Ijrfiuriflcs and.enricftef the blood, invigoraie&JJie systtmfpossesses great uonrishing and strangthenrogliower. iron excellent Ionic ana appetizer, enables the stonhvlrfo digest the bcartiest food. makes sleep refreshing, j«d establishes robust health. Smokcrs and ehewers farsidJstiKirs cured. Prica Fifty cents per box, postfraS An interiaiinj- treatise on the In, Junons effects of tpskeco, with listTtCtestTjnonials, refer.' ences, etc., sex^ree. Agents wanteo^^ddress v^ Da. T. B. Abbott, JersSWHIy, K. J. FCKT SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. t^Caatioa.—Bemsre of humbug imltatR** , S \Tradtmark x Copyrighted.] ^ \- I"eb17'69.tf.-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

NEW ADYERTISEMNETS. ' A RCADE SALOON. •' " ~ GEO^M.PECK, Proprietor. I hereby inform my friends and the public generally that I continue to'teop the AKCADE SALOON," in Bush's" Block, adjoining Howell, Gilliland & O's. Store. Meals can be obtained at ALL HOURS during the day. Oysters, the very best, cooked in every style. Meals provided for Regular Boarders when ordered, and at reasonable rates. Thankful to the public for past favors, the continuation of these favors is respectfully solicited. feb!7'69.1y. G. M. PECK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

rn j. & i. c. cole, , BROKERHOFF'S MILL, : Roopsburg, Pa. Having leased this most excellent Mill, we are prepared to furnish Farmers, Merhan ts, anilV.l others, with" first-class flour. We purchase Wheat, Rye, Corn, Buckwheat, Barley, Oats,and all other kinds of grain at the bigbest market ,uriue. Lumbermen, Maoutauturers, Merchants, and others are respectfully intited to send n their orders. Address, or call on : T. J. *I. O. COLli, febI7'69.3t. Bellefonte, Pa. NOTICE.—An Election for managers of the Bedefonte and Pbilipsburg Turnpike Road Company, will be held at the oflSce oi Wm. P. Wilson, in Bellefonte, on Monday. March 1st, 1869. JOSEPH GREEN, febl0'69.3t. Secfy.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

rSSLKB. T. FRTBERGER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in TOBACCO AND SEGARS BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL, SIX TWIST. -NAVY, K> and 1 lb Cut and Dry Smoking Tobacco of all kinds, also Segars of all grades and prices at $13. per thousand, and upwards. PIPES, SEGAR CASES And all the various.kind: of articles usually . kept in a Tobacco Store. Goods will _ be ?old wholesale^at manufacturer's prices. - Give us a trial. I invite .all.to-'como and'_see" . for themselves. ' Store No. 1—Opposite Broekerhoff House Store No. 2—Corner.Room in Bush 4 Mo -Clain's new Building, Bellefonte, Pa. febS'oO.ly.;. .. . ". ,. ,. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

rpHE NEW YORK TRIBUNE.FORI869 Within the last eight years our country has triumphantly passed through the gravest and most trying perils which have confronted her ever since Her Independence was acknowledged.- "SBo has vindicated beyond appeal her right to be regarded as no 'meraicrinfederacy-or league of jealous, envious, 'discordant States, but as substantially and permanently a Nation, wherein the pretensions of no part can be admitted or upheld in opposition to the integrity, the paramount authority, of One Republic. Therightof each man, by virtue of his birth or naturalization as a citizen of the United States,- to the full enjoyment'of " life, liberty, and the pursuit ot happiness," until;he shall forfeit, the right by crime, is also established on impregnable foundations. Our fatbers'proclaiihed.'it in justifying their separation from Great Britain ;' it was left to us to establish as u fact what they merely affirmed as a principle. What the cannon of .Saratoga and To...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

rpHE BELLEFONTE BOOT AND SHOE STORE GRAHAM & SON, GRAHAM A SON, GRAHAM * SON, BELLEFONTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE, BELLEFONTE BOOT <z SHOE STORE BELLEFONTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE, ALLEGHENY STREET, ALLEGHENY STREET, ALLEGHENY STREET, One Doer Noith Irwin & Wilson's Hardware Store. GRAHAM 4 SON^ MANUFACTURERS. MANUFACTURERS. FIN I'' CALF BOOTS FINE CALF BOOTS) Kept constantly on hand at the BELLEFOrJTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE BELLEFONTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE^ BY GRAHAM 4 SON, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, AT $8,00 PER PAIR, AT $8,08 I'EK PUR, A large assortment of KIP BOOTS, Watranted, AT $5.00 PER PAIR, AT $5,00 PER PAIR, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, We respectfully invite tho attantion of the public to our la.ge selection of L \DIES BOOTS 4 SHOBS. LADIES BOOTS 4 SHOEri, and all kinds of MISSES' 4 CHILDRDN'S MISSES' 4 CHILDREN'S BOOTS 4 SHOES. BOOTS 4 SHOES. CALL AND EXAMINE CALL AND EXAMINE , OUR CHEAP BOOTS 4 SHOES, OUR CHEAP BOOTS 4 SHOES, ja20'69;ly. GRAHAM* SON, .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

[ "DELLEFONTE ACADEMY. A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN 4 YOUNG LADIES. Next Term commences on Thursday Fcbiuary 4th. The design of this Institution is, to furnish thorough instructions in the Elementary and Higher English Studies, Mathematics, Book-Keeping, Drawing, Ancient and Modern Languages, and in all the branches of a complete Academic course. Special attention is given to Instrumental and Vocal Music- The latter is taught to all the pupils without extra charge. Male pupils from abroad board in the School Building, under the supervision of the Teachers; A limited number of Young Lady pupils is received into the immediate family of tho Principal. EVERY NECESSARY ATTENTION is given to the health, comfort, and. moral and intellectual improvement of the pupils. For further particulars, • n„„.„Ad'leas' Rev- J- p- HUGHES, •>a2*'°9-tf- Principal.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

A MERICAN BUTTON-HOLE OVER SEAMING AND SEWING MA CHINE COMBINED. MEDAL AWARDED AT THE PARIS EX POSITION, 1867. In directing: attention to tho celebrated COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AND SEWING MACHINE, wo feel fully warranted in claiming for it unquestionable superiority over all others as a Family Machine.— The Simplicity, Ease and Certainty with which it operates, as well as tha uniform excellence of its work, certainly place it far Ik advance of any other similar invention of the age. It is also the <;Ae<y,e»«,intrin8icaliy, as well as the best, since it is really hco machines combined in one, (by .•• simple nsd beautiful mechanical arrangement never before accomp'ished bjr human io£enuitv.l making either the Lock Stitch or Button H ole Stiteh, as occasion may require. It is, at the same time,simple in construction, comparatively noiseless, easily understood and, in a word, it combines with those advantages exclusively its own the most deiirable qualities of all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

Ttf-OTiCE. Mary S. Allen, "| In the Court of Common hy her father and I Pleas of Centre county, next best friend, | No. 45, Aut. T., 1868. J. S. Parsons, |- Subpoena in Divorce. vs I aliat Harry C. Allen. | Subpoena No. 61, Nov. J torm,lSGS. The Commissioner appointed by the court to take testimony in tho above case, will meet the parties interested, tor the purpose of bis appointment, on the 20th day of Feb. A. D. 1S69, at 2 o'clock, P. M., at his ofasa in linHet'oiil'.', Pa. !?. I>. GRAY. feb3'60.4t. Com'r.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

Wednesday Morning, February 17, '69. . The Drug'Store of P. P. Green will be removed, April 1st, 1869, from Brockerhoff's row, to the new Hotel of Bush & McLain, over the creek. Jan. 20tf: Foil Sale.—A first class farm, within two miles of Bellefonte, is now for sale. Any person wishing to bny, can learn fullpirticulars, by calling at the office of the Bellefonte Republican. Book Stoke.—We invite attention to the advertisement of Geo. Livingston. Mr. Livingston is well known to all the people of Centre county, having been engaged in the Book business in Belle fonte for twenty or twenty-five yeare. Paup, Salmon's & Co.—We invite at tention to the business card of Messrs. Paup, Salmon's & Co. This is a good firm, composed of good mechanics, honest and reliable men Persnns wishing to build brick houses, would do well to employ the men composing this firm. See, card. Vanvalis & Lambert —O. W. Vanvalin and 0 B. Lambert, have entered into partnershi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

Married. SHIRK—RARICK.—On the 13th inst, in Milesburg, by Daniel P. Shope, Esq,, Mr. Samuel Shirk to Miss Mary E. Rarick both of Boggs township. Died. SWEIRS.—On the 12th of consumption in Boggs township, Eaty Sweirs in the 40th year of her age. BARRET—On the morning of the ISth, Miss Elizabeth Barret in tbe 87th year of her age. She has been a charge on the township of Boggs for ten years. RARICE-—On the night of the 15th inst., Mrs. Molly Rariek in her 67th year, at the residence of her sonJesse Rariek in Miles, bnrg. Special Notices Take a Look at the Signs.—All men of business within the range of this and adjoining counties, when they visit Bellefonte, should not fail to inspe t the splendid signs of the First National Bank, Reynolds & Co's. Bank, and Zimmerman Bro's. & Co; also the numerous smaller professional " shingles" scattered over the town. Also the sign of the BrocKerhoff House, all executed by our friend, and late editor and publisher of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 February 1869

Grain and Flour Markets. Bellbposte. Feb. 17,1869. Flour per .barrel -.: ¦•••• $9 00 White wheat per bushel 1 50 Bed wheat ••¦• 1 fj> Corn (new) •••• *5 Oats ...;„..' ;. ••• 50 Rye per bushel , 1 25. Buckwheat per bus 1 0(1 Cloverseed " " „ 8 50 Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb $0 12@15 Peaches, •-' ¦••«•' " ©18 Cherries,"";" " 20 Beans per quart 15 Butter per lb........ - @40 Beefsteak per lb ;... 20@26 Beef roasts .-. 18@20 Chickens, each, lire. 25 Turkeys,- "- «• .w.„. 65@1 00 Cheese per lb «, 22®26 Hams, " -",. .:.. 25 Bacon @*" Lard, per lb @18 Bggs, "dor.. .«, 25 Mutton and Lamb per lb..... <*.. 10(3)20 Veal cutlets per lb . @20 Potatoes per bus $1 30 Dried Beef............. 25 Bituminus Coal at Snow Shoe Depot. Serened Coal , $4.50 per ton Ron of Mines 2.80 per ton Fine Coal 2.00 per ton Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot. Pine Boards, Run of Mill $18.00 per M Pine Boards, Culls ......14.00 per M Hemlock Butt Stuff. 15.00 per M Hemlock Boards 14-00 per M ...

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