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

i THE United States Industrial League was folly organized in Philadelphia on Wednesday and Thursday last. The object of the League- is said.to he to embrace all tha different -interests of the country into one united effort to secure adequate protection to all our industrial pursuits.

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

—France 'Consumes 910,000 tons of Beef anpually;Engiand 1,660,00 tons, and the'United States 2*000,000 tons. Texas furnishes 12.000,000 head of cattle annually. The total value ot all the cattle.-in the.United States is estimated at $1,000,000,000, and the total annual consumption to 50,000,-000 head:

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

' mm^ immsWswsmmmmm i^! Local Pepartmgntr BELLEFONTE^, PA. Wednesday MoritiW^ uary 24jgj "^hb Drug S.^r7offTp. Green will be removed, April 1st, 1869, from BrockerholFe row, to the new Hotel of Bush & McLain, over the creek. Jan. 20lf. Fok Sams.—A first class farm, within two miles of Bellefonte, is now for sale. Any perstn wishing to buy, can learn fuU nlrtieiilarB, by calling at the office of the Bellefonte Rtpublican. Undertaker —In the Republican will be found the advertisement of our fellow townsman, H. P. Harris, Cabinet Maker and Undertaker. Henry is a clever fellow; a good mechanic,and is always ready with a good hearse to convey every one who has shuffled off this mortal coil, to their last resting place. Tailobiso.- 'Win. 8. Tripple, Merchant Tailor, continues to carry on bis business (up "lairs) in BusL's Arcade Building, on High street. Mr, Tripple ia a first class workman,keops constantly on hand the very best of cloths, &c„ makes neat fits, and give...

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

Our Western Letter—No. 3 THE COH1SO WOHAX Pear Republican:—Sorosis! Do you know what sorosis means? Now you need not hunt up your old, lidless Webster, for Noah did not know anything about it Leastwise be don't tell us anything about it. I don't mean Noah of arc fame; but Noah of the great spelling book—Noah of ihe dictionary. I don't believe, either, that any such society existed in Admiral Noah's, time. I never read of Mrs. Noah having been connected with any such society; nor do I think she was much exercised about woman's rights, or female suffrage! Though the ancient historian does not inform us which wore the breeches—or if breeches were worn by either—it is generally eonceeded that Mr. Noah, not Mrs. Noah, was "Capting", of that somewhat celebrated craft. Mrs. Noah probably devoted her tinvs to the little Noahs! Sorosis ! I am sure I don'tknow what it means! I do know that such is the name given t o an organization of women, the object of which society is the emanci...

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

Married DONACHY— SHROCK—On the 17th inst., by Rev. Biles Pardee, Mr. 1 homes Dona ehy, and Miss Mary Sbrock, both of Bellefonte. SATTERFIELD—HAMILTON—On the 31st idst., at the residence of brides father in Banner twp., by Rev. E Butler, Mr. Elijah Satterfield, of Middlesex. Mercer county, Pa., and Miss Sarah E.Hamilton, et Benner twp, this county. With the above notiee we received a sake ol huge proportions. We wish the yoang conple a long career of uninterrupted happiness, bnt advise them to remember that, " The kindest and the happiest pair, Will find occasion to forbear; And something ev'ry day they live, To pity, and perhaps f-»rgive."

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

Died KELLEY—On tho 19th inst, Robert Kelley, aged 84 years. AMMERMAN—On tbe — inst., near U»- lenville, of apoplexy, Mr. Henry A»»»rmj,n, aged 85 ye^.

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

Special fwMteei Take a Look at the Siess-.—All sua of business within the range of this and axljoining counties, when they visit Beltefoate, should not fail to inspetthe splendid sign? of the First National Bank, Reynolds & (Vs. Bank, and Zimmerman Bro's. & Co; also the numerous smaller professional *' shingles" scattered over the town. Also the sign of the BrocKorlioff House, all executed by our friend, and late editor and publisher of the Central Press. Jobs G. Kurtz- For Work of this description, call at his fiSoe. ia37'C5.tr- - +

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

Grain and Flour Markets : Bkllxtostj!. Fib. 24, i860. Flour per barrel....;...........'. ' . $«" PC White wheat per bushel.... 1 60 Red wheat .".... I 40 Corn, (new) 75 Oats ...,„. 50 Rye per bushel 1 25 Buckwheat per bus. ......" I 00 Cloverseed " " 8 no 5f 5 » 5 1 » Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb , $0 12@15 Peaehes, '« '«• " 2I>@25 Cherries, «~ "'""....'. '. 20 Beans per quart........ '. .... 15 Butter per lb @40 Beefsteak per To : 20@25 Beef roasts.... '....._.: ..' 18@20 Chickens, each, live 25 Tirkeys, •• " «5<ai 00 Cheese per lb............ .. 2Z@25 Ham*. •« " 25 Baooa @16 Lard, per lb.?..i..„. .„.; @20 Begs, "doa..;. ....; 25 Mutton and Lamb per lb 10@20 Veal eutleti per lb....;. ' @20 Potatoes per bns $1 30 Dried Beef. - 25 5 > )} 1 » )' ) * i I ) i > ) > Bituminu* Coal at Snow Shoe Depot. Serened Coal , $t.5(t per ton Bun of Mines........ 2.80 per ton Fine, .Coal .2.00 per ton \1 Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot. fine'Boards, R...

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

'-' DRYGOOa?^ .. : --¦ . : j' - .' ' .. ,Trr.' pHILAEliLPHiA STORE I PHILADELPHIA STOKE1 PAILA9.ELPHIA.8T0RB! ; SELLErTmUSSBB. akot±i?r new store. *^ -'. ANOTHER NBW STORJJ. ANOTHER NSv78T0RB- : KELi,ER A MUSSER haT* J™4 ?P«»?d the best, eHeapest, largest, as Wi?* .?• best assorted stock of Goods in B«HCr°nt* oi Central Peiinsjrlvama, at their, new raiLADEtPHIA STORE, in BROCjttXRHOFrS BLOCK, Bishop St. Von THE LADIES. They hi** Silks.Coburgs Alpacas, Merinos, Wool -Del^ine'j lustres, Singhami, Prints, Pop."*"- lawns. Handkerchiefs, K'. !^» nd «th «' .-Gloves, Hosiery, J*"* ' morals. Hoop-skirts, and a general vaj., variety of Ribboas, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, ate., ' "~ at the lowest prices. FOR GENTLEMEN. They have Blaek and Bine Cloths, Black and Fancy Caseimeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Meltons, Water-proof Clotb, Silk, Satin and common Vestings, bte.K in great variety, and at priees that will give general satis-?- faction te bnyeis. Their READY MADE CLOTHING is cheap. anoVeons...

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

VTEW GOODS AND NEW PRI il , CES!! HIGH RATE8 ~ RDBBED OUT I GOODS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICES HO MhB 4 BKO'S. Weuld respectfully inform their old friends, that they are daily receiving a large STOCK OP GOODS OP All KINDS, which they are offering at the very lowest market priee. DRY "fJOODS! Consisting ofthe latest styles ef rxevmn »»d flam alpacas, Figured and plain al Wool Delaine. Shepherd Plaids, Blaek Silks, Summer Silks, Irish Poplins, White Goods White Counterpanes, Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Checks, Ginghams. Bedticks, Flannels. Ac, *c. *c Shepherd Plaid Balmorals, Black Cloth, Caseimeres, Velvetine, Corduroy, Kentucky.Jeans, Drills, Ladies Cloaking, Plain Colors, Middlesex Cloths, AND PLAIDS OF VARIOUS COLORS. A full line of Cloths, Caisimeres, Satlnetts, and Vesting, all kinds and priees, which will b» sold cheap. We have co^ stantly en hand a large and well (elected stock of all kinds of CROCKERY, GROCERIES, MACKEREL, SALT, Ac Which we will dispose of at the lowest ca...

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

DRY GOODS, Ae> 5 T\0 NOT FORGET f 5 » 5 That the place to ouy Cheap Goods, 1 » CALICOES, DELAINES, 5 > SILKS, ) . } SATINS, 1 » BROADCLOTHS )' CASSIMERES, ) * CASSINETS, i I BLANKETS, ) i READY-MADE CLOTHING, > '. - ) for Men and Boys, is at > JOEN W. COOKE'S CHEAP CASH STORE, \ REYNOLDS? ARCADE, ALLEGHENY 1 STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. We started ~ai on the principles of "Small . profits and quick Belarus," and how well we have succeeded is known to everybody. } OUR GROCERIES, QUEENSWARB AND GLASSWARE, are of the very best quality and are sold ai the most reasonable rates. We pay at all times the highest cash price for Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn and Barley. We most cordially invite everybody te give us a call, before purchasing elsewhere. Do 1 not forget tbe place. 1 REYNOLDS' ARCADE,. ALLEGHENY j STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. I ja6'69.1y. J.W.COOKE. ; Q.EO. W. FAIRER & CO., \ No. 4, BUSS'S ARCADE. LADIB'S & GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE. FURS, SHAWLS,...

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

MISCELLANEOUS Ijl P. GREEN, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY; One Door North ot Main Entrance to Brockerhoff House. Dealer ifl Pure Drugs and Medicines, English and Ameriean Perfumery, Hair, Nail and Tooth Brashes, Pocket Books, Combs, and a ge leral assortment of Fancy Goods, such as are usually kept in first class Drug Stores. He is also SOLE PROPRIETO R « the following articles, which have already attained a large sale, SOLELY ON THEIR OWN MERITS, and which no family should be without. GREEN'S CELEBRATED LIVER Pills are a mild and effectual catharlio, and as af remedy in Liver Complaint and Female diseases, are unsurpassed. None Genuine without THE SIGNATURE OF F. P. GREEN, around tbe Box.. GREEN'S. VEGETABLE PAIN KILLer, as a reliever ot pain, is a medicine for either internal or external use and is unsurpassed for the diseases for which it is recommended. Put up in bottles, and retails at 25 cts. 50 and one dollar. COMA RESTITUTOR is, as Us name indicates, A RESTORER OF TH...

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

TLTEAT MARKET. N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposite Court House BELLEFONTEPENN'A. JESSE MORGAN Would respectfully call the attention of the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, to the superior quality of FRESH MEAT! FRESH MEATJ Constantly to be found on band. BEEF, PORK. MUTTON, • VEAL, POULTRY, Ad, always on hand. ¦ ja6'69.tf. . , ,

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

rriHE NEW YORK-TRIBUNE FOR 1869 , Within tbe 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. She has vindicated beyond appeal her right to .be regarded as no mere confederacy or league of jealous, envious, discordant States, bnt as 'substantially and permanently'' a Nation, wherein the pretensions of no part can be admitted or upheld in opposition to the integrity, tbe paramount authority, of-One Republic. .. ¥bs right of each man. by virtue of bis birth or naturalisation' as a citiien of the United. States, to the full enjoyment' of " life, libetty,and/the pursuit ot happiness," ^ntil he shall forfeit tbe right, by crime, is also established on impregnable foundations. 1 j 1 1 1 i , 1 ] 1 J Jo Oar fathsi>Proclaimed it in justifying their separatioh'froni Greal Britain; it was left to us to establish as 5 -faetwbaj they Jfierely affirmed as a princ...

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

Amciiltiiral DBBartment WEDNESDAY MORNING, Feb. 24'69

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

The Sickle and the Sheaf. BT SET. S. r. SMITH, 9. D. . Lord, 'tis mine to wield the sickle, Thine to give tbe golden sheaf; As through Thee buds of spring-time Quicken into life and leaf: Mine to meet the toil of seed-time, Thine to give the sun and rain; Mine the sweat, the care, the patience, Thine the heaps of precious grain. Though tbe wan and weary reapers Amid their labors fall, And the few and scattered workmen In vain for helpers call; Though the noontide heat bums fiercely, Or the threatening tempest lowers—The gathering and the gleaning Are by mightier strength than ours. We can bear with ealm endurance While the sun curls up the leaf; We can trust Jehovab-jireb To fill the swelling sheaf; 'Tis ours the sturdy muscle, The powerful arm, to bring; 'lis thine with heavenly blessing To make the valley sing. We shall reach tbe outmost furrows In their drooping tassels drest; We shall leave the field of labor, We shall find a place of rest; We shall meet again the reapers ...

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

Where Shall I Go?—We have a number of letters asking advice as to whether the writers had better move to this place or that. A little reflection will show that it is quite impracticable to give advice in such cases.— Some men will flourish where others would starve, and it is difficult to put such under circumstances where they will not make a living. Others would he " ne'er do week" if they had a farm given to them in the most fertile region, ready stocked with all that is needed for its best cultivation. Unless one has made up his mind to be a 'mover as they say out West, i. e., put all his worldly goods and family into a wagon, and travel until he finds a place to suit him, he had better make a visit to the place first. It will to-maney and - time well invested.— Many-inquiries are made about Vineland, N. J., and similar land speculations. We can only say about these, that we know some who have settled in such places and are quite content with their lot, and others who have l...

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

Milk Pever.—Cows that are well fix! and get fat sometimes die of milk fever. Alas I that it should be so,for it is used as an argument againstpro-\ iding the most useful of all our domestic animals with the necessary care a sid food during the most interesting . -ind important period of her history. T.he truth of the matter seems to be this: cows that are poorly fed get accustomed to this condition. They eat little, and give little milk. Cows accustomed to an abundance of food adapt themselves to this condition,— They will eat a good deal, and give a cood deal of rich milk; or, if bred for (lie purpose, will gain rapidly in flesh. Such a cow will suffer more from poor deeding than the other, while the latter may be injured from high feeding. It is a matter of fact that dairies of fiuch cows, when fed on rich food.have juany cases of milk fever, while dair-> ics of grade Short-horns, in similar rircumstances, are generally exempt. We should adapt the feeding to the breedin...

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

Subsoiling.— ,-N. D., Lynn, Ct. 1' I see a great deal in the papers about subsoiling, Is it beneficial for sill lands? I have tried it on one piece, :-.nd could not see any difference."—The object of subsoiling is to loosen t he soil beyond the reach ofthe plow, aad thus subject it to the action ofthe air, allow the roots to go down, and r !io moisture to come up. IF the sub-.oil is a loose gravel, allowing a free t 'rculation of air, there is no use for ilie subsoil plow. If it contains substances injurious to plants, the first crop would probably be injured by the loosening. If it is so wet that the soots of plants cannot go down into it, It would not be worth while to subsoil i-*-. Well-drained lands are most beni fated by the operation, and it is rare io find soils of this character that will not pay well tor subsoiling, It is • asy to subsoil in a few furrows, and • y comparing the crop with that of kind not thus treated, you ean determine if the operation will pay.

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

It is sad to relate, that when mechanics have land they generally give i etter cultivation than farmers; they ; ave more grapes, pears, strawberries -rid water melons, and early potatoes '.-¦] cucumbers.

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