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

T\0 NOT FORGET pHLLADELPHIA STORE! -L' PHILADELPHIA STOKE! PAILADELPHIA STORE! Thatthe plaee to bey Cheap Goods, KELLER & MUSSER. ANOTHER ™* N%B fB NBW STORE. CALICOES, ANOTHER NEW STORE. DELAINES, KELLER k MUSSER have just opened SILKS the best, cheapest, largest, as well as tfie . slUKb- best assorted stock of Goods in Bellefonte SATINS or Central Pennsylvania, at their new ' PHILADELPHIA STORE, in BROADCLOTHS BROCKEUBOFF'S BLOCK, Biihop St. CASSIMERES, FOR THE LADIES. ~ ; mocTVPTO They have Silks, Coburgs Alpacas, Merinos, t,A&Bi«B.ii>, Wool Delaines,?Lustres;; Ginghams, - unvrvTB Prints, Poplins,,Lawns, Hand-BLANKJ5TS, kerchiefs, Kid and other READY^AOB CLOTHING, • " . S.^skiftt - for Men and Boys, is at «M Jfgjj;£*- j n h kt tp- nnrurvz Ribbons, trimmings. Buttons, Braids, etc., J O U Jf l». C V VKJS a at the lowest prices. CHEAP CASH STORE, FOB GENTLEMEN., They have Blaek and Blue, Cloths, Plack REYNOLDS' ARC VDE, ALLEGHENY and Fancy Cassimeres, Satt...

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

, , , GEO. W. FAIRER & CO., ——TheiritockofQtJEENSWARB A GRONo. 4, BUSH'S ARCADE. CERIES cannot be excelled in quality or - — price. LADIE'S * GENTLEMEN'S FURNISH- Call in at the Philadelphia Store and eon-ING STORE. vinceyourselves that KELLER k MUSSER — have everything you want and do business F URS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS, on the principle of "Quick Sales and Small Flanels, Muslins, Calicoes, Coverlets^ Profits." Delanes. Hoods, Gloves and Fancy Work ORA1K AH» PROHrjCB ABS TAKBK. baskets Jfor sale by an6*89.1y. ja«'69.vl G. W. FAIRER A CO. — 7EPIIYRS. Zephyr Patterns, Ger- tfEW GOODS^ND PRI U. mantown Wool. Shetland Wool, Faney J-1 CJllB ¦ •• Trimming, ef all kinds f r s*lo by ^ ^^ ivmfBD ^ . LADIES' and Misses Shoes, Ladies Q00DS AT OLD FASHIONED PRICES and Misses Uunder Cothing, for sale by ——G. W. FAIRER <fc CO. H 0 F F li R & BRO'S. Q.KNTS;Under Clothing & Ready- ^ %MntfMMaTinform their old friends, VT-mad. 0,«h^»l.j bwB ^cQ thatthey Ldailfrece...

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

Gt>tj!»ti vvn TT1.',M'RNT 1 • *ke corner room, of BrokeTfaolTs new BbAl JliAO IIJi-«•¦«•«¦»• building on the Diamond, where he nas constantly on hand, a large stock of a T n t* T rTrT W V W S P»UGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, GLORIOUS NJ5«B PERFUMERY, PAINTS, DYB-~~„„ . . STUFFS, GLASS, INSTRUPR1CES REDUCED!! ments, varnish, TURPENTINE, HOWELL, GILLIAND <£- CO Linsted Oil, Coal' Oil, Lamps, Chimneys of Bush's Arcade, in Rooms No. 1 and 2 Brushes, Hair Oil, Extracts, Toilet have just returned from the city with one of Soaps, Tobaoco, Segars, 4c, 4c. the largest and best assortments of Goods, Also a variety of fanev articles too ni ..w »„ n.„».,»n„ merous to mention, which he offers at low ^ Havn^ hV0 Larger sB t0 H 0 ;sortm.nt of Dry rates, and warrant, the eualitie. of the arUGo^dsang dGroc.rieithey are able to rule ££E? ^S2X ! We ask an examination of the Ladies »0*««f M»«™* W-" P«.h..i.g Dress Goods. e —g. physicians' Prescriptions and Fara-CALICO FROM 8 to 15 cts Per Y...

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

SYRUP, SUGAR. TEA <S COFFEE. eseee^sss—s-ssjjsissBiiijB Canned Fruite, Jellies, Domestic and ,,_,.T Foreign Fruits, Cheese amd Pastries of all iuj<aj. kinds, and every other article belonging to n-7- the Grocery Department. "V/TEAT MARKET.

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

WHOLE SALE AT PHILADELPHIA RATES. FARMERS, MECHANICS AND LABORERS, N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposite Court House. BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. JESSE MORGAN, t ««tr » -„n. interest. Would respectfully call the attention of the LOOK to your interest. ^.^of ^eUrfo^to Bnd Ti9init y, to the su-One dollar saved is still one dollar in perior quality of LtnSLol^es!1 aDd HCe at Wb8t FRESH MEAT I FRESH MEAT ! HOWELL GILLILAND & CO. .¦ ¦ ^ t0 bo found on haad. are selling Dry Goods and Groceries.. • -v. - - No pains dpared in showing their Goods. .ji\ijjjr. If not as represented we will pay yon for. _°. "*"~pORK. ¦ " yonr trouble. MUTTON, DON'T FORGET THE PLACE, ' VEAL, Bush's Arcade, Rooms No. 1 and 2. . . P.0ULTRY,' 4o., j»6'09.ly. always on nuna. ja6u9.tf.--.

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

MISCELLANEOUS

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

/"GROCERY:AND PROVISION STOJIii. TWENTY BhR CENT SA fMi IT is now- an established fact that Grocer iesof.all kinds are now te be obtained at M, RUNKLE'S new GROCERY AND. PROVISION STORE, Oil Allegheny Street Bellefonte, Pa., twenty'per cent, .cheaper than at any other establishment mi own or country. Flemt of the very- best quality, kept'oeBtantly on hand. Boaading,-house. keepers, and Heads of families, would do well t»- gi*« him * call before parchajing el»e> Where.. Do. not, (oTf*i tbe'plaoe: ' ';'' , ja«'69.1y.] lAVOVBUL

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

(lOFFEK, Tea, Sugar, MoUnsi, in short J everything usually kept at a Grocery Store, for sale low, at M. RUNKLE'S. PEAS. Beans, Sonp Feas,8oup Beaas.for fate cheap, at M. BUN.KLB'8. C ANNED Peaches, Canned To«natoes Canned Apples, Canned Com, .Canned Fruit, of ail kind, kept <*»%$££ DRIED Peaches, Dried Apples, Drie* Currants, Dried ^j^jjgjgj ^. * CANDIES, Candies. A splendid variety of Candies and Nuts, f.r sale low at M.RUNKLK'S. QUEENSWAKB of the very best qeellty for sale aheap, at M. RUNKLB'S. WILLOW Baskets, and Willow Ware »1 all kinds and siies, for sale cheap, at M. RUNKLE'S. ORANGES, Lrmons, Figs and Huts, for sele at M. RUNKLB'S. fpOBACCO, Tobaceo. Chewing Tobaeee, JL Snuff and Segars, the ?«£»>«& •'S'** .11 kinds, at M. RUNKLB'B-, CU CUMBER and othor Pickles, Tomatee Catsap, Ms*mep«ias Jellies of all kinds .» M. KUW JtliU o.

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

GLASSWARE, Glass Fruit Jits aaa Dishes, a fine assortment at -' M< RUNKLB'S. T71 P. GREEN, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY. One Door North of Main Entrance teBrOekerboff House. Dealer in Pure Drugs and Medicines, English and American Perfumery, Hair, Nail and Tooth Brashes, Pocket Books, Combs, and a geieral assortment of Fancy Goods, such as are usually kept in first class Drue Stores. He is also SOLS PROPRIETOR o the following articles, whieh bare alreeie attaiaed a large sale, SOLELY ON THBIR OWN MERITS, and which, tt» family :shouJd be without. GREEN'S OELEBRATED LIVER PlHs are a mild and effectual cathartic, tad as af remedy in Liver Complaint and Female diseases, are unsurpassed. Nose Geauine without THE SIGNATURE OF F. P. GREEK, around the Bos. GREEN'S VEGETABLE PAIN KILLer, is a reliever of. pain, is a medicine for either internal or external nee and is unsurpassed fer the diseases for whieh it is recommended. Put up in-bottles, and retails at 25 cts. 50 and one dol...

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

/^HAS.T. FRYBERGER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia TOBACCO AND SEGARS. BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL. SIX TWIST, NAVY, lb and 1 B>. Cut and Dry Sacking Tobacco of all kinds, also Segars of aft grader and prices at $13.per thousand, and upwards. PIPES, SEGAR CASES, And all the various kinds of articles usually kept in a Tobaceo St?re. Goods will be sold wholesale at manufacturer's prices. Give us a trial. I invite all to como and see fer themselves. - Store No. 1—Opposite Broekerhoff Rowse. Store No. 2—Corner Room in Bush 4 Mo-Clain's new Building, Bellefonte, Pa. feh3'«9.1y.

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

A LARGE STOCK OF SACKAlND BARREL SALT en hand attd for sale cheap, at - Wholesale and Retail, at the Wa.ehouse of GEO. 4 JOB. P. BLYMYER, MILROY, MIFFLIN COUNTY, PENN A. Penns Valley merchants will find it te their interest to send to us for our Wholesale Prices. Salt in good packages aluags on hand. Give us a call. GEO. 4 JOS. P.BLYMYER. fobl6'68.tf. m.J.&L C. COLE, BROKERHOFF'S MILL, Roepsburg, Fa. Having leased this most excellent Mill.we are prepared to furnish Farmers; Merhaats, and all others, with first-elees.flour. We purchase Wheat, .Rye, Corn, Backwheei, Barley, Oats, and ail other kinds of grain at the highest market price. Lumbermen,. Manufacturers, Merchants, and others are respectfully invited to- send in their orders.' Address, or call on T. J. <0 I. C. C0L15, febl7'69.3t. . Bellefonte, Pa. a rcade saloon. <JEO. M. PECK, ProprUUr*. hereby inform my friends aid the public, generally that I continue.tq keep toe, ARCADE SALOON, in Bush's Bloek...

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

ApsM Department VEDNESDAY MORNING, Mar. 3, '69

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

Time to Cut Timber. .lifts now some twenty years since we :it urged the importance of seasoning timber as speedily as possible after cutting, to insure its durability ; and as a consequence recommended the middle or. latter part of summer as the best time—the seasoning being rapid in the warm air and under the hot sun. We have at that time examples where timber cut, and split or sawed immediately after cutting, lasted twice as long as when out in winter, and allowed to season slowly, and at a time when it is apt to become sap rotten to some degree before the seasoning process can be perfected. We are glad to see corroborative evidence coming in from all quarters in proof of the correctness of this position. In the proceedings of the Alton Hortiticultural Society of a late date, we are informed that Dr. Long exhibited samples of timber cut at different times, and after experimenting for years, is convinced that from the 10th of July to the first, of August is the best time to...

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

What will be the Future Price of Wheat. The Chicago 3Vi&Mnedsicusses,"the future of wheat," and after going over the whole field, comes to the following conclusion: Present indications are not in favor of higher prices. The price of the article is again falling in Liverpool and London, owing to the arrival of large fleets of grain-laden vessels from the Orient regions. Odessa is pouring in wheat, and the neighboring ports are sending forth their grain in numerous vessel?, while the news comes that California has a very large surplus crop, which she must export and promises to do greater things next season. The only hope for higher prices lies in that of a poor crop in 1869. Here, again, the balance of testimony is against it. The weather of the present winter has been peculiarly favorable to spring sowing, and the indications are that the greater portion of the next crop will be sown in March. which is generally looked on as insuring a bounteous yield. The only kind of w...

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

Largest Steer in the World.— "There is a white steer, aged six years and six months, belonging to Samuel H. Jones, of Sangoman county, El., that is six feet six inches high; nine . feet-six inches in length; ten feet six anches around the girth ; three feet across ;the hips; and weighs three thousand and 600 pounds 1 He is a cross1 of the "Short-horn Durham" and the "Patton" stock. An excursion party was made up recently, at Springfield, with the expressed purpose of visiting this monster beast twelve miles from tha.t place at Williamsburg. The party, on their arrival, appointed a committe. of Col-White, of Sangamon county, and our fellow citizen, A. W. Bothwell, Esq., to take the exact measurement of this steer, whieh they did, with the above j-esult. We derive these facts from ¦ Mr. A. W« Bothwell, one of the com-.mitteemen, and therefore they may be relied upon as correct. Mr. Jones has been effered $1,500 for this steer, but refused to sell. He purposes increasing its .weight ...

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

The Mercer Potato. We have never belived that the Mercer potato had "run out," as we have seen a thousand times declared. We believe that all that is necessary to restore it to its pristine excellence and productiveness is a change of seed, and that if seed were obtained directly from New England, and if from Maine the better, there would have been no deterioration of either quality or quantity. If farmers will continue to plant year after year, and we have known many to do so for 20 years, the same potato raised by themselves, and the small ones at that; they can expect nothing else than the steady falling off of the crop, and a lower grade as to excellence of tuber. The same is the case with wheat, rye, corn and oats, every farmer well knows. We are led to these remarks from seeing a statement made to the farmers' Club of New York, by Mr. N. C. Jessup, of West Hampton, Long Island, in which he says, in presenting so Jie specimens of the Mercer potoes raised by him, that he obt...

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

What Farmers Cannot Conceal. —A poor farmer cannot conceal the fact that be is a poor farmer. All his surroundings proclaim the verdict against him ; his horses, cattle, wagons, harness, plows,fences, fields,even his wife and children bear silent but unmistakable evidence against him. On the other hav.d, all these things will testify favorably on behalf of the good farmer. Every passer by can read the evidence pro or con. This fact, alone, ought to :timulate every farmer to do his best, for the sake of his own character, as well as interest; for he may rest assured that every passer by will pronounce judgment according to the evidence.

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

Chicken Cholera.—A correspondent of the Department of Agriculture, writing from Iowa, says : "My chickens have been dying with cholera for the last two years,—even turkeys have died of the same disease-When I notice the fowls begin to droop and look sleepy, 1 give them three or four tablespoonsful of strong alum water, and repeat the same the next day. I also mix their feed with strong alum water, feeding twice a day for two or three days—.afterwards once a week. Since commencing thii practice I have not lost any.

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

Hog Cholera.—A correspondent of the Maine .Farmer, in answer to an inquiry as to the cause and cure of worms of pigs, writes : " If the writer will take the pains to give his pigs a handful of good rock salt twice a week in their food, until killing time, 1 think the pigs will thrive, providing he gives them enough to eat. The cause of pigs having worms, is, I think, the want of the preventive—salt. Pigs hardly ever get any salt except what they get in the slops from the kitchen."

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

A French Farm.—The most extensive farmer in France is M. de Candain. His farm in Touraine is valued at two million francs, and the incomehederivesfromit considerably above 500,000 a year. He sells, every year, one thousand head of fat cattle, and has on his farm a distillery, a beet and starch sugar manufactory, a large linen and woolen factory, and all his factories and farm buildings are lighted with gas. His farm is said to be the most productive in Europe. Core for Colic in Horses.—The death of Robert Bonner's Auburn horse induces a New-Yorker to send the Tribune a remedy which he has never seen fail to cure colic in horses. Tt is simply to drench them with a preparation of chlorine and permanganic acid, which can be procured at any drug store. He has used it and seen it used repeatedly, and has so much confidence in it that he would be willing to insure the recovery of any horse if it was administered in time. " Currant bushes may bo pruned this month with advantage. Don'...

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