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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

Worthy of Noting. The principal stcck-in-trade of the Democrats, says^he Piltsbwrg Commercial,, consists in tirades against the Republican party. Formerly the"nigger" composed the sum and substance of their arguments. The absence of the "nigger" has rendered.the Democracy more acrimonious in their attacks upon the Republican party. Their practice, however, does not keep pace with their professions. The other day, when Mr. Kerr's.resolution for the payment of ten percent, extra to the clerks, messengers, watchmen and laborers employed in the various Departments at Washington, came up, a Republican member made a motion to lay the resolution on the table. Here was an opportunity for those Democrats who are incessantly crying out against extravagance to put in practice their loud'prof essions. The motion was carried by five. votes. Seventyfour Republicans and five Democrats voted yea. Forty-one Republicans and thirty-three Democrats voted nay. There is nothing either new or remarkab...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

Our young friend, Joe. W. FUREY, has retired from the chair Editorial of the Clinton Democrat. Personally, we esteem Joe. as one of our best friends, and have always felt sorry that he could not see the corruption, wickedness and anti-Democratic proclivities of the co-called Democratic party, and leave the organization forever. But there are none so blind as those who will not see, and while Joe. refuses to work and act with the great party of liberty, progress and equal rights, we nevertheless wish him success pecuniarially and physically whereyer.he may turnup. •"'.'.¦

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

; President Johnson, says the Commerciali seems to has;* vetoed theCop-. per TarUTBiu; Because He, yet-hatt empower, for in his message there is not an argument, or a reason, that affords the slightest ground for objecting to the bill. We' lear the veto will prevail, there not being sufficient ground for expecting a two-third vete in either House for the measure. We trust that we are sufficiently thankful that the man who spends so much of his time in granting pardons to revenue thieves, counterfeiters and other offenders,' and aiming blows at the best interests of the country, has less than ten days of official life.

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

The amount of pig iron produced in the country during. 1868 was 1,603,000 tons of 2,000 pounds. . Of this Pennsylvania produced 1,022 555 tons; New York, 188,081 tons; Ohio, 318,000 tons, and the remaining 71,3,64 tons by Michigan, Maryland, the New England and other States. The estimated value of the pig iron was $63,000,000. It is said that "Thine for the right" is about to retire from the chair Editorial of the Watchman, and with carpet bag in hand, return to some "Confederate X Roads" in Kentucky where, it is hoped, he will find a purer and a sounder species of' 'Democracy,' 'where he can give full vent to his "pent up" feelings, and ease his rebel, mind. The Herald, an excellent paper published in Carlisle, Pa., contained, last week, a strong and well written Editorial, entitled the "Spring Election." Hit them figain. These Court House cliques are a curse to any party or county. We have one of them here; but its days are numbered. The hand writing is already on the wall. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

Editorial and Other Items. " —There, were thirty-oQe'deaths in Memphis last week. .-.. — There have been no Indian troubles in Nevada for some time. —St. Louis is being supplied by Illinois with large quantities of contraband whisky. —A powder mill at Gorham, Main, blew up on Saturday. Only one man was injured. —It is said seventy men were discharged from the New York Custom House last week. —The Mifflin county Freedom Iron Woiks have in consideration the erection of a nail factory. —The track of the Central Pacific Railroad is again clear, through the deepest gnow of the Sierras. —Francis MoQua de, a machinist of Lowell, Mass., is under arrest, charged with making bogus five-cent pieces. —John L. Echberg'a hardware store in Memphis was burned Saturday. Loss $20,000; insurance, $10, 000. —The Arkansas "Senate on Saturday passed a bill legalizing the martial law proclamation and of the mili tia. —Our exchanges from various places East and West state that Washington's birthday w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

Our Washington Lftter-No.j. ^ ., •'""' -Z^TiWp^f^--:''ViLTT""''* ' Washing^§n[;?^,C... Feb.19,'69. Messrs. Brown &Hutchu<m<yrlhxve been thinking for a tongtims'pf *c6^- nfunicating to the people of "6WCen tre," through your valuable paper, some of the doings of Congress1 , Washington, &c, &c; but to the:present time, have been so busy that it was out of my power-to dom^lhus much, as an apology. I hate apologies? you know. I have received every number of the Republican. I Kter it- very . much. It is a No. 1 paper." 8> full Of life, of truth, of useful bformationj of wit and humor, that I would not*e without it—oould not do without it-4if it cost ten times its present price.. 'I would suggest that youmakeitstdaily^ or at least a semi-weekly paper. It would pay the people of Centre counts, and lam right sure it would pay youv Washington is a lively city ju'stWw. The hotels are all full to overflowing,, and thousands of place-hunters are co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

Among the bills whicbrhave become laws by the ten days' limit, Presidents haying neither^ signed nor disapprov* ed them within that time, after' reception from Congress, is one. removing from office in Virginia, Missisipi and Texas those persons who cannot take the oath prescribed by the: fourteenth article of amendment',

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

,;-..%iv,Vysts.h[n8jton Letter--No. 2...;-. . --.'.'Br JHSTITIA; Washington, D. C., Feb. 20, '69.; Messrs. Brown & Hutchison:—Having a little leisure time, this evening, concluded te write you some- items' in addition: to what I sent you yesterday, which may, prove of interest to your readers. I referred in my last, to the debates'on the proposed amendments tothfe-Gonstitutioninthe U. 3. Senate. ' These debates will rank among the-mosfcmemorable that ever ocenfrediiu thatbody. The importance of the questions involved, the ability of the speakers engaged, the earnestness, ingenuity and eloquence displayed by both parties, rendered it one of surpassing interest. All the resources of parliamentary tactics were resorted to by the Democrats to flank the friends : of the. Amendment, but they proved as ;futije as their efforts last Fall-to elect Seymour and Blair. The.Republicans had made up their minds to stand hy their principles, to uphold the great doctrine of the Declaration...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

u.Another Tebbiblk.,.Tragedx;.--: Memphis,.<:FebT20.—A. horrible tragedy occurred on Friday night, three miles north-east of Raleigh Springs. A party of white !m'en went to; the house of Colonel Thomas Dilkins, while he and two men named Wilson and Humphreys, were eating supper, and knocked-at the door, which was opened by Humphreys. Without saying a word, the party shot Humphreys through the body, and with pistols and knives in their hands, rushed into tho room and put out the lights. They then commenced firing at Dilkins and Wilson. The former receiv ed one ball in the body, and with Humphreys, managed to crawl out of the room. Colonel Dilkins made his way to a neighbor's house and gave the alarm, and on returning with a party of the neighbors, a colored woman, Colonel Dilkins' servant, was found dead near the front door. Wilson's body was found in. the room with eight bullet holes in it and badly cut tc pieces. ; Humphreys was also found badly wounded. The assassins pl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. it ' % ft ii-<iniM>t >jtf^ny WE do not wish to inform" youy render, that pr.„Wonderful,.orat]y other man, hss discovered a remedy that cure* Consumption, when the lungs are' halt consumed, ia abort trill cure all digeasas whether of mind, body or estate. m»ke men iivr f»revt r, and leave death to play for want of work, and ii designed to make our sublunary sphere a blissful paradise, to which Heaven itself shall be but a. aide show.. You bare heara enough of that kind of humbuggery, and we do not wonder that you have by this time become disgusted with it But when We tell yon that Dr. Sage> Catarrh Remedy will positively cure' the worst oasts of Catarrh, we only assert that-which thousands can testify to. Try it aad you. will be convinced. We will pay $il)0. Reward for a case of Catarrh that we cannot care. FOB SALE BY MOST DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. " tttiCB dstY 50 Cbxts. Sent ly Mailposi paid/forHixly Cents; Font Packages for 12.00; or ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

NOTICE TO TEACHERS The Committee ob Teachers Mate Certificates, will meet in at Hastings School Room on Saturday, Feb'y. 27,1869. at 9 oclock. A• M. .All applicants will be required to present tbe necessary recommendations. Bv order, ofthe COMMITTEE. . fe24'69-It.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

ptHAS-T; FRYBERGER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in TOBACCO AND SEGARS, BALTIMORE SPUN'ROLL. . . SIX.TWIST.-' _ NAVY, ft and itb. Cvit and Dry Smoking tobacco of alt kinds, also Segsrs of all grades and prices ' '' at $13. pw thousand, and " upwards. . PIPES, SEGAR CASES, And alt the various kinds of articles usually kept is «• Tobacco St"»re. Goods will be told wholesale at manufacturer's prices. Give us a trial. I invite all to comi and tee ¦ i •' . , for themselves. Store No. 1—Opposite Broekerboff.Hoiife. Store No. 1—Corner Room in Bush t Mc-Clain's new Building, Bellefonte, Pa. febS'M.ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

A LARGE STOCK OF SACK AND BARREL SALT on hand and for sale cheap, at Wholesale and Retail, at the' Wa ehouae of GEO. A JOE. P. BLYMYES, MILROY, MIFFLIN COUNTY, PENN A. Penns Valley rotrcnants will find it. to their interest to send to us (or onr Wholesale Prices. Salt' iii good narkage's always on.hand. Give us a call. GEO. A JOE. P: BLYMYER. feblO'eo.tf. m J. & I. C. COLE, BROKERHOFF'S MILL, Roopsbnrg, Pa. ' Having leased this most excellent Mill.we are prepared to furnish Farmers,' Merhants. and all others, with first-class flour. We purchase Wheat. Rye, Corn, Buckwheat, Barley, Oats.and all other kinds of grain at tbe highest market price. Lumbermen, Manufacturers, ?'« chants, and others are respectfully in vited to send in their orders. Address, or call on T. J. & I. C. COLlS, febl*'69,3t. Bellefonte, Pa. RCADE SALOON. GEO. M. PECK, .Proprietor. hereby inform my friends aid the public generally that I continue to keep the ARCADE SALOON,, ia Bush's Block, ad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

, iNEW^DVEaTISEMENTS" ' $KAAna year oan ''• made by live. e^OUU-U agents, selling my »«o ami valuable invetttion. Address.J. AHJSARN, 83 Second St., Baltimore, Md. fe24 69-4w. WANTED! WANTEP!! Agents of either sex,in every town and village, for the largest ONE DOLLAR SALS in tho country.— The smallest articles sold can be exchanged for a Silver Plated five-bottled Revolving Castor, or your choice oi 208 articles upon exchange list Commissions to Agents larger than ever. Send for Circular. S.C.THOMPSON 4 CO. 136 Federal St., Boston, Mass. TF YOU WISH, «RY THE COMBINATION OF ALLEN, ATWOOD & BAFES, GHEAT MAMMOTH SALE! LICENSED BY THE U. S. GOVERN'NT. Having had large experience, we are eon 8- dent oi s»cce«s in our OKE DOL. "jLAR SALE. jbs-notice.-^ W* will present to ittoj person sending ns a club in our great ORE DOLLAR bALE Silk Dress Pattern, Pivce of Sheeting, Sewing Machine, a Carpet, a WaUb, Ao„ Ac, ALL FREEJOF COST. Greatest inducements etsr oJiretJ. Circular and Samp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

rnOBACCO, Tobacco. Chewing Tobacco. A. Snuff and Segars, the very best and of all kinds, at M. RCNKLE'S. ! CUCUMBER and otbor Pickles, Toiaatoe Catsup, Marmepi:[as Jellies of all kinds at M. RUNKLE'S. GLASSWARE, Glass Fruit J.-rs and Dishep, a flno assortment ar M. RUNKLE'S. ORAi'-GES, Lrmons, Figs and Nuts, for SBle at M. RITNKLE'fi QUEENSWARE of the very best quality for sale cheap, at M. RUNKLK'S. WILLOW Baskets, and Willow Ware of all kinds and sties, for s»Io cheap, at M. RUNKLE'S. CANDIES, Candies. A splendid variety of Candica and Nuts, f»r fnle low at M. RUNKLE'S. DRIED Peaches, Dried Apples, Dried Currants,' Dried Fruits of all kinds, at M. RUNKLE'S: /-10FFEE, Tea, Sugar, Molasses, in short \J everything-nsually kept at a Grocery Store, for tale low, at M. RUNKLE'S. EAS, Beans, Soup Peas, Soup Beans, for sale cheap, at M. RUNKLE'S. CANNED Peaches, Canned Tomatoes Canned Apples, Canned Corn, Canned Fruits of all kinds kept constantly on hand at M. RUNKLE'S. I...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

\»p. JHO. 7. BUBWS/^ TOfeACCO ANTIDOTE. WA«XlNT HDfl» BXKOVB ALL SKSIRBWIB TOBACCO. It entirdy wpaoWo taut-Aam!e»- t^furifies and tmi&ss ihe Mood, Inrfgontcktthe sjiuaftoaesses great nourish* ing and screogtbeaiiigliower.^Ha excellent tonic end ap? pettier, enables the stoisiflrfo digest tbe heartiest food, m»*ee-sleep refrestuog.jKd establishes robust health. Soolm art Aaccrs farnxbveiTS ami. Price Fifty w°»J| «bM. Pott freeT An iStS*Uing treatise on the In. ijn«»«l<K<« of tooaeeo, with UsttiStiestlmonHU ,rtbr. •aces, etc., sairrfin. Agents wantedXAddreJs i' _^ Da. T. E. Abbott, JtrSScity, S. t. I FOtTSALE BY ALL DRUGCISU. < WJ'tantion. —Beware of hombog imitauWT y^ ITraSmark y Cbpyrig-ueA ^V ' f-Wf-e.tr. ^

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

Cloths, Cassimeres and: Vestinga, Which he is prepared to make to order in the In test and mo<t fashionable 'tyles, for men or boys. Goods sold by the pioco or by the yard. He alio keeps on hand a full line of GENTS FURNISHINH GOODS, of every style and description. He is also agent, for tho celebrated

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

¦ 1 DRUGS, &c. Y S- WILSON'S DRUG STORE, NS W LOCA TION. Southwest Corner of High and Alfa gheny Streets, Bellefonte, Pa. I (Ne. 1. Brokbrboff's Bew.) Tho subscriber respectfully announces to his numerous acquaintances a-.d the puS lie in general that honas removed his DRUG S MEDICINE STORE, io the corner room of Brokerhoirs new building on the Diamond, where he nas constantly on hand, a largo stock of DRUGS. MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DYESTUFFS, GLASS, INSTRUMENTS, VARNISH, - TURPENTINE, Linseed Oil, Coal Oil, Lamps, Chimneys Brushes, Hair Oil, Extracts, Toilet Soaps,-Tubocco, Segars, Ac, ic. Also a variety of fanov articles too numerous to mention.,wIii<,Ji_-ii<<_ai5'»!_iii_iA». .rates, anerwsfiBBts' tbo'sjualilies of the arti- ~ cles as represented. Purchasers will pleace rtmomber this, and examine the qualitiet and prices of his goods before purchasinj elsewhere. ,#£3" Physicians' Prescriptions and Family Receipes carefully compound...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

President-elect Grant has sold his Washington residence to Lieataoant-Gsnersl Sbennan.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 24 February 1869

Contradictory accounts of affairs in Paraguay, have been received. The Brazilians cl lira that the war is ended Lopez.' it is reported has gone to Bo-H73S.

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