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

From'Washington [Correspondence of the KEPBBI.ICAS.J Washington. D. C. - Mar. 4th, 1869. Dear Eepublican :— : Thinking that perhaps you might have space enough in your columns for another contributor irom the "City of MagniiicentDistances," I concluded to drop j-ou a line this evening, concerning things in general, here. The " Glorious Fourth" of March is nearly past, the inauguration is over, and thousands of. the strangers who,for the past few days,have found a resting-place in our midst, are already speeding homeward. Our timid ones are felicitating themselves that no 1' ostile hand has been raided against the newly inducted President, and i»- Hictihg upon such listners as they can find, a recital of their apprehcn>ions and anxieties as to the result of the fu vure. But to all, these has been momentonshourr.vThousands have this day witnessedsuch.asiglit-as, in all probability, they will never look .upon again. • The-incidents of this.day.will survive, ndty',bnly as...

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

The New Cabinet The President of the United States; saj;s the Phil a. Press of the 5th inst., nominated'to the Senate yesterday af ternoon the following constitutional ad risers : Elihu B- Washburn, of- Illinois ^ Secretary of State. Alexander T. Stewart, of New York, Secretary of the Treasury. Adolph E. Bohie, of Pennsylvania, Secretary of the Navy. Gen. Jacob D. Cox, of Ohio, Secretary of the Interior. Hon. John A. J. Creswell, 0f Maryland, Po.-:master .General; end Eben llocKWOoi> Hoar, of Massachusetts, Attorney General. .. : G.EN. ScilOFIELP retains his position at the Head of the War Depart ment. The name on this lUt that will give peculi r pleasure to the Eepublican party is.the first, that of Mr. Wa»hburne, of Illinois. He has signal claims upon the confidence of the country. The earliest lriend.of Gen. Grant in Congress, he is «lso the oldest member of the House. Born in Li verm ore; Oxford county, Maine, on the 23d of September, 1816, he served an apprentice...

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

Inang-aral .A-ddress OF MARCH 4, 1859. Citizens of the United States: Your suffrage having elevated me to the office of President of the United States, I have, in conformity with the Constitution of our country, taken the oath of office presented therein. — I have taken this oath without mental reservation, and with the determination to do, to the best of my ability,all that is required of me. The responsibilities of the position I feel, but I accept them without fear. The office has come to me unsought. I commence its duties untrammeled. I bring to it a conscientious desire and determination to fill it to the best of us ability to the satisfaction of the people. On all leading questions agitating. the public mind. I will always express my views to Congress and urge them according to my-judgment; and, when I think it desirable,' will exercise the Constitutional privilege of interposing a veto taxlefijat measures which I oppose; but all laws will be faithfully executed whether ...

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

Editorial and Other Items —The small-pox is disappearing 'from Cincinnati. —The Lindell Hotel is to be rebuilt in St. Louis, at a cost of $900,00D. —The Legislature of Oregon adjourned Friday till September 20th. —Tlie Wisconsin Senate concurred in ratifying the constitutional amend ment. —A fire at Austin, Minnesota, on Wednesday, destroyed property worth §30,000. —There were eight fires in Chicago on Friday, the losses footing up fu ly $300,000. —A destructive fire occurred at Allegan, Michigan, Friday night. Loss $70,000; no insurance. —J. W. Todd and wife were found murdered near Lebanon, Ind., on the 6th inst. No clue to the perpetrators. —The Manufacturers' Board of Trade of Cincinnati organized Saturday. Miles Greenwood is President. —Detachments, of militia have beer? sent to Jackson and Overton counties, Tenn., where martial law has been declared. —Ttie North Pacific Steamship Company was organized at San Francisco on Friday, with a capital of §5,-000,000. —Governor...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS W J. KEALSH, Attorney at-. Law, Bellel'»nte, Pa., will attend faithfully to all business entrusted tu bia care. Deeds, Bunds, Ac, executed in the best style. niurlO'69 Sin. ' T. F. HOLAHAN, Physician and V Surgeon, having removed from Emporium, Cameron county, bus located in Milesburs, Centre county. Pa., where-his will faithfully attend t« all business entrusted to him in his Profession. Office in his residence on Main St., where he can always he »een unless professionally engaged. In his ahsenre frnin hone, orders may be left nt the store of Thus- HiJa'han. ro.RrlO'69-ly. rj lXECUTOIt'SKOTIC'E. -4 Letters Testamentatury on fhe Estate of IIu«h Tonner, late of Potter Township, de'ed.. having been grantr e/1 tn the underpinned by tbe Kepister of Wills, of Centre county, all persons knowing themselves indebted to said instate are hereby notified to come forward and settle their accounts, and those_havin»; claims against s»id E.-lato are requested t<...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 March 1869

BffiMi wmum V. W. BKOWH, I ' Kwrens -v g.RPTCHISON,; . terms, S2 per'Annum, in Advance. ^ BELLEFONTE, PA. Wednesday Morning, March iO, '69,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 10 March 1869

WiC du uul nriau to IW..1U1 _) ..u, ,u....aC that Dr. Wonderful, or any other man has discovered a remedy that cures Consumption, when the lungs are hal;' consumed, in short will cure all diseases whetherof mind, body or estate, make men five fcrovi r, aud leave death to play for w.tnt of work, and is designed to make our sublunary sphere a Blissful paradise, to wbicb Heaven itself shall be but a side show. You have hearj enough of that kind of iiumbnggery. and we do not wonder that you hare by thin time become disgusted with it But wben we tell you that Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy Kill positively cure theicorst casesof Catarrh, we only assert, that which thousands can testify to. Try ir aid you will be convinced. We will pay $j00 Ht-ward fur a case of C'a.-tarrh that we cmnot cure. FOR SALE BY MOST DBUGGI5T5 EVERYWULKt! Prick Oui.r 50 Cknts. Sent by Mail post paid, for sislif Cents; Four faikages for $2.00 ; or I l3.-7.r-n lor $5 0". 'Kf»d a 'wa cent stamp for hr. S.igo'« piiopblet...

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

a—;«———ma«B«^BHi^ Local D epar tment BELLEFONTE, PA! Wednesday Morning, March 10, '69

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

Coal.—SWllidge -& Co , have just received a very 'nrge consignment, of Wilkes Barre and Shamokin Anthracite Coal. Tits Dru» S ore of F. P. Green win be removed, April 1st. I860, from Broekerboff's row, to the n->w Hotel of Bu=h & McLain, over tbe creek. Jan. 20tf. 'Fon. Sale —A fi'-ot class farm, within two miles of Belbfontp, i» row for sale. Anv person wishing to buy. can learn full pirtieu'ars. by calling at Ihe office of the Bellefonte Republican. "Central City.'"—We tbank our correspondent, "Central Ci'y," for his contribution Agitate, agitato. The great. Martin Luther reformed the world by agitation. PnncaEssiNa.—The new building, on the corner 'of Bishop nnd Allegheny st's, commenerd a few weeks ago by Mr. Edward Brown, is progressing rapidly.— We hope that, as the Spring opens.money will become easier, and that newhouses will spring up all over our hills. GaocEMSS.&c.—Persons wishing good and cheap groceries, canned fruits of all kinds, dri...

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

Our Western Letter. Written March ith—Afternoon. • Dear Republican:—I thank God we have noie an honest man at the head of our Government. An hour ago betook the oaih of office, and we shall now have peace. The greatef t ass that ever disgraced the Presidential.chair has been removed. The lust of the "demniiion moist unpleasant b; dies cf ihe conspitors"— rendered inf. in us and dimoed by the »s sa-sin.tinM ot Abraham Lincoln—was at. -our ago o^nded '>v.-v t-> its tVicuds lor hn,: iiit.-r.irrnt in Tine-ee. Th re le' it rem-in forever -Jii-tTt d! F.ithe^ake .of hum mi: y, Bi.d c iiiUK n :ec-ncy. don t a>ie>npt to resmrest it. Don't expose. ih..- r..t>en old c.irus* t-. the public gaze. unK'.-s the eitizens of s- m.- Ku-KIhx town want it f .r Aiderman of somebodj f ' naiive village," I hope the whitened sepulchre, in which this mass of corruption has rented since ;ts decease, wili be tbor ughly renovated before the new President, and ' ait ••gnde ...

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

To have you say longer would be very unhandy. You have now stayed so leng, that to have you stay longer. Would inake the smell 'round the While House grow stronger and stronger, Away to them .umains of old Tennessee, There you can spree out y..ur continuous tpree. ' <?•>, Andy, go; and leave the White Houfe—For I tell you true, Andy, you're entirely ¦ spielt aus," The time has come, Andy, when you must cut loose. You can go to your shop and cook your old goose. Come, And.', quick, gather up all your pillage, And strike for the South and your own native village, Whireynu know you can agaia'run for Alrleimiin. But if you stay here you may get in the halter, man. If on your way South yon-tiio of ynurloadf, You can stop and see Uashy at Confedrit cross roads. You will find the Old Postmaster feeling quite friMky. And you can replenish your stock of bad whi.-key. Rip—bang—snap. There, the machine Is broke, and that is the end of my doggerel. I don't mean that ^t is writ...

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

Died LONG—On theSth inst., at his residence in Howard Mr. John Long, at the age of 79 years. Grain and Flour Markets. Bellefonte. Mar. 10, 1S69. Flour per barrel $9 n" White wheat per bushel 1 fi0 Red wheat 1 50 Corn (new) 7* Oats 50 Rycper bushel 1 25 Buckwheat per bus 1 00 C'loverseod " ¦' 8 UO Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb $0 12@15 Peaor-cs, " '¦ " 2U@25 Cberries, " " " . 20 Beans perquart 1° Butter per lb •>¦• @*° Beefsteak per '.. 20@25 Bnrf roastf 18@20 Chirken;, each, hvs 25 T.irkcvs, " " 65@' 00 Ch.e^perlb 22@25 Hams. •' " . 25 Bacon @16 Lard, peril. @22 E^f-s. " d.,2 25 Mutton and Lamb per II.. 1P@2H Veal cutlets per lb...... @20 Potatoes' per bus $1 s0 Dried Beef 28 Bituminus Coa! at Snow Shoe Depot. Serened Coal S'-5" P«r ""> Run of Mines 2.80 per ton Fine Coal 2-«0 per ton Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot; Pint Boards. Run of Mill SlS.l'o.pcr M Pine Boards, fulls 11.00 per M Hemlock But* Stuff 15.0« per M Hemlock Boards 14.00 per M Milroy M...

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

DELLBFONTE ACADEMY. A CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN A YOUNG LADIES. Next Term commences on Thursday Febina>y 4th.' The design of this Institution is to fnri.i.-h tboronsh instructions ia the F.lementar.v ami Higher English -Studies, Mathenia ties, Bnok-Kei-ping, Drawing, Ancient and Modern Lans'-uires. and in all the branches of a complete Academic curse. Special attention is given to Instrumental and Vocal Mu>ic- Tim latter is taught to all tbe pupi's wiih»ur extra ebarjre. Male pupils fr> m abroad board in the School Building, under the supervision of tbe Teachers. A limited number of Young Lady pupils is received into the immediate family of the Principal. EVERY NECEPSA-RY ATTENTION is given to the health, comfort, and mora and intellectual improvement of tbe . upils For further particular?. Ad ress, Bev. J. P. HUGHES, ia27'69.tf. Principal.

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

AGENTS WANTED. '^ -; - * 'l~""~"~ " ."*. A GENTS WANTEjJ SIGHTS' and secrets of tbe NATIQ'NAL. CAP-WAL, A work des&ffptfve. of Washington City : 5;Hifle ; nd Cut-iide I'nuiuskcd and Exposed. The spiciest, most, thrilling, most en ter'nining. iiisirurtive. and siartiiruf honk of ihe day. ^agr*.-«nd for Cire»lars.with tenns rf-o. ' Address UNITED ST"'TES PUBLISUINO CO., 411 Broom Street. New City. mar3*69-iw.

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

MISCELLANEOUS S&KAAA o year can be made by ^ live qpOUl/U agents, sellinji my new and valuable invention. Address J. AHEARN, 83 Second St.. Baltimore, Md. fe24 894w. 1 Kf\ TEACHEBSWANTED.-$r5to$150 10U per month; for full par'iculars address ''The People's Journal," Philadelphia, Pa. mar 3' 9-4w. WANTED.—Salesmen to travel and s^Il by savnpk a new line of goods, t ituations permanent, and (rood wages. Address with stamp, H. H. RICHARDS A Co. 413 Chestnut St-. Phil'a. Pn. mar3'(19-4w. PAINTS FfiR FARMERS -Unsurpassed for any purpose. $6 for a bhl. of 300 lbs. Se*d'foreifculor. GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT CO., 254, Pearl St., N. Y. mar3'69 4w. © 1 A A *" ^20 ° Per n*""'!1 salary paid to q&lv/v/ good A-rents to se'l our Patent Aow c-rroreire While Wire Clothes lines.— State ase and p st oecupa'lon. and ad.Iress Ihe Ameriean Wire Co, 75 William St., N. N.. or 16 Dearborn St., Chicago, 111. marS'ti9-4w. A GENTS WANTED —For tbe only steel engraving of Gen. Grant au...

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

IF YOU WISH. TRY THE COMBINATION OF ALLEN, 'ATWOOD & BAFES, Go-EAT MAMMOTH SALE! LICENSED BY THE U. S. GOVERN'NT ITai'ing had large experience, we are confident of success in our ONE DOL LARSALE. ^S^NOTICE.-^ We will present to any person sending us a cluh in our jrreat OSE DOLLAR SALE Silk Dross Pattern. Piece of Sheeting, Sewing Macbiue, a Carpet, a.Watah, Ac, Ac, ALL FREE OF- COST. Greatest.inducements.ever offered. Circular and Sample sent fiee to any address. ALLEN, ATWOOD & BATES, Nos. 57 Milk, 78 A 84 Devonshire Street Boston, Mass.

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

i\ftr. JM0. V. BUBTONV' TOfcACCO ANTptfTE. WAnuarzDltesewivb sv. vesq^smToasaa. Ts entirely vegetable €Std harmlers Jrfjtirtfits and ennaa the blow, iuvigorauXthe eysKmflWMesKS great rjoonuit Jag and strengnheaiog^owM.jria exceU«t tonic ina ipjretuer, enables ihe suKSttb/w digest the heamtn rooj, nukes sleep refreshiaE,>rVl establishes WJ* bQ\l?- Smokers and chewers JmFM$a*Mtiims cured, rncssmy 5enw p« bos, post frje- ATviaUrttipc trntiu oy tne in. jnriou effecu of uKicco, with IfstTtCtcstimonius, reitr. ^accs. etc, OKxyfwx. Agents w«nti»^^ddre»< . jr Dr. T. B. Amoit, Jer5)s£it7, N. J. FOIT SALE 6V ALL' DRUGGISTS. . t2PVCaution —Bew«re of hnmbug imltatHU f [Trademark ycCopyrighk&, ^y* tcbl7'6».tf.

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

''"""' -'" EUHNITUEE. TjiCRNITURE WARE ROOM. Howard Street, Bellefonte, Pa* WHERE BURSA US. SOFAS. LOU..VGSS, BAT RACKS. WSAT-AOTS, EXTENSION TABLES, STANDS, CHATRS, STOOLS, etc., f every description, quality and price, for sale cheaper than at other establishment of the kind in Central Penn'a. UNDERTAKER. Ready made Coffins, of all sizes and prices kept constantly on hand. Also Coffins manufactured to order. iaS'69.1v. H.P.HARRIS.

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

RESTAURANTS RE STAURANT. The undersigned would inform the citizens of Bellefonte and com. munity in general, that they continue to aoemmodate their friends at tbe Restaurant North of tbe Diamond, opposite the Court House Oysters In every Style,' Best Phil'a. Lager Beer. Porter, Ale and Sarsaparilla, Pies. Cakes, Candies. <£o. Also FREE LUNCH EACH DAY. Hours, 9 k. M. to 12 o'clock, M. Give us a call. ja13'69 1y. HOY * CO.

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

rjlHE GEM RESTAURANT. MEALS AT ALL HOURS. THE undersigned avails himself of this method of i:.forming the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, and tbe traveling community in general, that he has opened a first class GEM RESTAURANT, in the basement of Bush A MoLaine's new hotel ne ir the Pa. R. R Depot. IIo keeps constantly on hand Oysters in every style. Roast Chicken, Pork Steak, Ham and Eggs, Fresh Fish. Veal Cutlets,Cod Fish Ba'.ls.Baked Fish, Roa t Turkey,Beefsteak, Fried Sausage, Mutton Chaps, Tea and Coffee, Clam Chowder, Lambs Fries, Fried Eels, and everything to suit the taste. Feeling assured that general satisfaction will be given, he invites . 11 to pay him a visit. JOHNMALIPHANT, ja!3'69.ly. Bellefonte, Pa.

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