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

A RCADE SALOON. GEO. M. PECK, Proprietor. hereby inform my friends aud the public generally that I continue to keep the ARCADE SALOON, in Bush's Block, adjoining Howell, GilliT land & C'-'s. Store. Meals can be obtained at ALL HOURS during the day. Oysters, the very beit. cookeu in every style. Meals provided for Regular B-arders when order ed, and at reasonable rates. Thankful to the public for past favors, tbe continuation of these favors is respectlnlly solicited. febl7'69 ly. «i. M. PECK. HOTELS

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

/ (ARMAN'S HOTEL. DAN'L GARMAN, Prop'r. This long established and well known Hotel, situated on • the >ontheast .-corner of th« Diamond, opposite the Court House, bavins been KUKhs;^? hJ•£« 'iEdtr^gnea, he in Bounces to the former patrons of this estab. lishment and to the traveling public goner, ally, that he has thoroughly refitted his house, and is prepared to render the most satisfactory accommodation to all who aay favor him with their patronage. No pains will bo spared on his part to add to the oon venience or comfort of his guests. All who stop with him will find His Table abundantly supplied with tlie most sumptuous fare the market will afford, done up in style, by the most experienced cooks. His Bar will always contain tbe choicest of liquors. His Stasliso is best in town, and will d-Waya he attendtdbythemast trustworthy and attentive hostlers. Give him a call, one and all, and he feelt confident that all will be satisfied with their accommodation. AN. EXCELLENT ...

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

pi ROCERY AND PROVISION 8TOB m. TWENTY PI R CENT: SA VED. IT is now on' established fact that Groceries of all kinds are now fe-'b*' ofetsvsed at M. RUKKLE'Snew GROCERY AHD PROViSlOS"STOJtt$, On Allegheny Street Bellefonte, ¥*., twenty per cent, cheaper than at any other establishment in own or country.- FUojof the very best qwality, kept eoijy tantly on hand. Boaading-hovca keepers, and Heads of families would do well to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. Do not forget the place. js6'69.1y.] M. RUNKtS. MiSCELLANEOUS ( 10FFEE, Tea, Sugar. Molasses, in short J everything usually kept at.a Grocery Store, for sale low, at M. RCNKLK'S. PEAS, Beana. Soup Peas, Soup Beans, for sale cheap, at M. RDNKMB'B. CANNED Peaches, Canned Tomatoes Cannel Apples, Canned Corn, Canned Fruits of sll kinds kept constaatly on band at M. RUNKLE'S. DRIED Peaches. Dried Applei, DrM Currants, Dried Fruits of all kindfj »f M.RUNKLE'8. CANDIES, Candies. A splendid vwlrty of Candies and Nu...

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

GLASSWARE. Glass Fruit Jytt and Dishes, a fine assortment at M. RUNKLB'S. — - ¦ ¦ ' -¦ ¦ ¦ Ijl P. GREEN, DRUGGIST & APOTHECARY. One Door North ot Main Entrants to Brockerhoff House. Dealer in Pure Drugs and Medicines, English and Anftrican Perfumery, Hair, Hail and Tooth Brashes, Pocket Books, Combs, and a ge letal assortment of Fancy Goods, sueh as are usually kept in first class Drug S tores. He is also SOLE PROPRIETOR • the following articles, which bars already attained a large sale, SOLELY ON THEIR OWN MERITS, and which no family should be without. GREEN'S CELEBRATED LIVER PSJe are a mild and effectual cathartic, and as af remedy in Liver Complaint and Female diseases, arc unsurpassed. None Genuine wrtkout THE SIGNATURE OF F. P. GREEN, around the Box. GREEN'S VEGETABLE PAIN Sitter, as a reliever of pain, is a medicine for either internal or external use and is nnrafpassed for the diseases for which it is recommended. Put up in bottles, and retails at 25 cts. 50 andi...

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

pHAS. T. FRTBERQER, Wholesale and Retail Dealer fn TOBACCO' AND 8EGAR8, BALTIMORE SPUN ROLL. ' SIX TWIST. JTAVT, » and J Br. Cnt and Dry Smoking Tobacco of all kind*, alio Segars of all grades and prices at $13. per thousand, and upwards. . PIPES, SEGAR CASES, And all the various kinds of articles usually kept in a Tobacco St>re. Goods will be told wholesale at manufacturer's prices. Give us a trial.. I Invite all to como and seb for themselves. Store No. 1—Opposite Br6okerh»ff-H«a'f». Store No. 2—Corner Room in Busk A He-Clain's new Building, BelUfonU, Psu feb3'69.1y.

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

A LARGE STOCK OF SACK AND BARREL SALT on hand and for sal* aheap, at Wholesale and Retail, at the Wa ebons* of GEO. * JOE. P.BLYMYBR, MILROY, MIFFLIN COUNTY, PENH A. Penns Valley merchants will find it to their interest to send to us ior oar Wholesale Prices. Salt" in good package* alwags on band. Give us a call. GEO. A JOE. P. BLYMYER. febl6'69.tf. m J. & I. C. COLE, BROKERHOFF'S MILL, Roopsbnrg, Pa. Having leased this most excellent Miltw« are prepared to furnish Farmers, M«han,ls» and all others, with first-class flour.. "W* purchase Wheat, Rye, Corn,. Baokwb*at, Barley, Oats, and all other kinds of grain at the highest market price. Lumbermen, Manufacturers, MdehanU, and others, axe respectfully invited to send in their orders. Address, or call on T. J. & I. C. COLB, febl7'69.3t. Bellefont*, Pa.

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

A GENTS WANTED-. LIBERAL JNBTJCZSBBTB OFfBBBO TO GOOD MEN TO 6ZIL MACBjSji. THB WONDER OF THE AOB, THE FARMERS PRIDE, THE STUMP A GRUBBING MACBINB. It will do more work ia one day thaa T.eit, Men with grabbinj: hoes can possiWy d«/ i'.id leaves no r»ots or stumps is. sprout up ia the spring. After grubbmj; wiflv thj* MiJ ci'iiie the tarrner can cut his grjain ojr rr%isr' i.H Srst season with th«Kea^»-or.'Mb' weri;.' i'. e.oes r,s v.-.,.-k eiVciua.-!yi ¦ Any periW :..- j-i!:r«03i Ciiiroas if isikiti;. mon«i.^iH ao fsoa zo Address,- J. ?.. B'6i;'J»-; fe*3'69.3m. B»Udton«»v J*. [The Elk coany paper»nd »1» 5jnMf4 Independent, Cimeron Co.; Pfc.j. »lt{.5C< insert the above ndvertisom»nt,i>fei ^"W-Liia "f?.d.:b51.1.t?. ^le T?PrV^^^»5^el "

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

BAKERY. ^^ __— —. ¦ ¦ i— ¦¦ ¦ i *r~—s*i—ttm -i ¦ _j>aa*g«lSiMsssl¦—\| EW BAKERY. J^( Th o undersigned respectfully invites the attention of the citisens of Bellefonte and vicinity, to his NEW BAKERY, on Bishop Street, as the only place where tho beet quality of BREAD, CAKES, PIES, CONFECTIONERIES, MINCE MEAT, of our own Manufacture. Ihe best Norfolk Oysters by the Can or Quart. Also C"oked in all styles. (»' e) Fried in Crumbs, Fried in Butter, Fancy Roasts, Stewed Oysters. Scolloped Oysters, Oyster Pie and Clam Chowder. A private-room neatly furnished and car peted, for ladies or social parties. A special invitation is hereby extended to all. jaI3'69.1y S. J. MeDOWELL.

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

DRY GOODS, &c. T\0 NOT FORGET That the place to buy Cheap Goods, CALICOESy DELAINES, SILKS, SATINS, BROADCLOTHS CASSIMERES, CASSIS ETS, BLANKETS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, for Men and Boys, is at JOHN W. COOKE'S CHEAP CASH STORE, REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. We start d ut on the nrineiples of-'Small profits and quick Veturns," and how well we h: ve succeeded is known to everybody. OUR GROCERIES, QUEESSWARB AND GLASSWARE, are of the very best quality and are sold at the most reasonable rates. We pay at all times tbe highest cash price for Wheat, Rye, Oats, Corn and Barley. We most cordially invite everybody to give us a call, before purchasing elsewhere. Do not forget tbe place. REYNOLDS* ARCADE, ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. ja6'S9.1y. J. W. COOKE. Q.EO. W. FAIRER & CO., No. 4, BUSH'S ARCADE. LADLE'S & GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE. FURS, SHAWLS, BLANKETS, Flanels, Muslins, Calicoes, Coverlets, Delancs. Hoods, Gloves and Fancy Work ...

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ^rSi^S^ TXTE Akta UOA11JNG, AND WILL PRESNT TO ANY PERSON Sending us a Club in our Great ONE DALLAR SALE OF DRY AND FANCY GOODS, A Watch, piece of Sheeting, Silk Dress Pattern, Ac-, Ac, FREE OF COST. Our inducements during the past few years have been large. WE NOW DOUBLE OUR RATES OF PREMIUMS. We have made many important additions tions to our Winter Stocks, and have largely extended oar Exchange List, and we bow leel confident to meet the demands of our extensive patronoge &no! for neic Circtdar Catalogue of Goods and Samples sent to any addiess'free. Send money by registered letter. Address all orders to J. S. HAWES * CO, I 15 Federal st, Boston, Mass. J P. O.Box C. • Wholesale Dialers in Dry.and Faney Goods, Cutlery, plated Ware, Albums, Leathet Good;!, Ac. niar.3'69-12w.

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

I want to rouse eaeh sleepy head. Who stand upon the hrink. Where yawning jrulfs disclose the dead, Who might, but did not think. I want to warn the living oneS Who blindly grope along. Ye fathers, daughter's, mothers, sons, What perils round you throng ' Look our, my reader, are you free, Or do you wear the mark ? Most all are blind and cannot see, Yea, gmpiiig in \he dark. • Catarrh, a demon in the head, Consumption is its son , Kills busts, yea, counties: millions dead, Perhaps you may be one. That backing, hawking, spitting, shows, Catsrrh effects your head, Matter and slime in throat or nose, Runs down your throat instead. Your lungs and liver soon will show, Consumption has its birth ; Catarrh, its sire, will feed it too, 'Till yon return to earth. If colds affect your head and throat, Annihilatob buy ; Now don't forget what I have wrote, Or think this subject dry. Wolcott's Annihilatob cures. Catarrh—the demon fl'es; It save the lungs, good heal h insures, And Catarrh quick...

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

DRY GOODS. PHILADELPHIA STORE! PHILADELPHIA STOKE PAILADELPHIA STORE! KELLER, & MUSSEB. ANOTHER NEW STORE. „„„,,„ ANOTHER NEW ST0R3 ANOTHER NEW STORE. KELLER A MUSSER have just opened the best, cheapest, largest, as well as the best assorted stock of Goods in Bellefonte or Central Pennsylvania, at their new PHILADELPHIA STORE, in BROCKERHOFF'S BLOCK, Bishop St. FOR THE LADIES. They have Silks, Coburgs Alpacas, Merinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, Ginghams, Prints, Poplins, Lawns, Handkerchiefs, Kid and other Gloves, Hosiery, Balmorals, Hoop-skirts, and a'general vavariety of Ribbons, trimmings,' Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest prices. FOR GENTLEMEN. They have Blaek and Blue Cloths, Black and Fancy Cassimeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Meltons, Water-proof Cloth, Silk, Satin and commas Vestings, etc., in great variety, and at prices that will givo general satisfaction to buyers. Their READY MADB CLOTHING is cheap, and consists of Overcoats, Dress eoats, of various qualities ...

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

Apciltel Deprtment ' ¦ T- ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . WEDNESDAY MORNING, Mar. 10. '69

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

The Management of Colts. Probably American farmers are as ' jcosse M as any other farmers in tbe raising of young horses;—that, is to say. considering the character of tbe sires and dams, they bring about as good final results as attend horse breeding in any ether country where Weeding is only incidental to farm work. But there is one item of management which is either disregarded or imperfectly understood, and that is, theearly education of the colt. Mr; Rarey 1W done much to upset the old fashioned notion of oredkmg horses, and has shown that by judicious bend ing, the necessity for breaking may be entirely obviated; but even Mr. Rarey's system confined itself chiefly to horses which had arrived at an age ¦ when their servicescould be madeim medirtely useful. Tbe reason why it is necessary to apply any strenuous system of training in bringing colts to their first work is, that they have to be taught to do that for which their previous life has in no manner prepared their minds. ...

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

THE Hearth and Some says: In feeding farm animals, remember that wben you place food before an animal, it is eaten for three purposes; to give muscular strength, to supply heat, or to make fat or butter. Tbe more a cow consumes to supply muscular waste, the less goes to milk. The more she needs to keep herself warm, the less shecan yield of milk or of flesh. Coarse, rough food, as swamp hay, buttsof corn-stalks, and straw yield some starch or carbon. This is vbfl reason why an animal in an open shed will eat trash which it would reject ip a warm stable. Yet there is nothing gained by starving them to rough fodder. Good shelter would be cheaper. The richer the food in albumetn, the more vigor and muscle it will make. The farmer gains more by a few high-fed animals than from much half-starved, ill-housed stock.

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

Knowledge always desires increase; it is like fire, which must be first kindled by some external agent, but which will afterwards propagate itself,

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

Potash For Oats. In this section of country the past season has been very -unfavorable for the oats crop. It is not only very light in weight, but the yield per acre so insignificant as in many places not to have been worth gathering except for tbe straw. New Brunswick oats, heretofore our. best variety, has fared no better than the common kind.— It would seem as if a more northern latitude was better adapted for this crop than the middle section of the Union ; and an occasional change of seed, by introducing every two or three years a heavier and better article cannot be too strongly, recommen ded. We recently obtained from H- Ingcrsoll, an amateur farmer near the city line, and a close observer and careful experimenter, two samples of excellent oats, grown the past season, one the first year from imported English seed, and the other the second—the latter showing marked deterioration and at least one-fifth lighter per bushel than the first;—another year it will probably dim...

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

Old Currant Bushes are among the most unpromising things with which one has to deal; their tangled and misshapen stalks presents puzzle to the novice. Whatever is done should be undertaken during the first mild spell, as the currant pushes very early. The bush will probably have numerous shoots starting from below ground, or near the surface; cut out all hot four or six of these, according to the size of the plant, leaving only the mosthealthy ones, and faking care to have these as equally distant as possible. The fruit is borne on wood two or more years old. One-year-old wood is distinguished by its different color and buds, Cut out all weak shoots of this kind, and shorten the stronger ones two-thirds or one-half. Manure around the bushes, and when dry weather approaches, mulch.— Make the old bushes do their best, and start a new plantation which will come into bearing in two years.

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

Gallson Horses.—Owing to defects in collars and saddles, or laek of seasonable attention in wet weather, the backs, breasts and shoulders of horses becomes badly galled- ¦ -•It is cruel to work them in this condition, but in many cases, it can hardly be avoided. In such cases, the wounds should be thoroughly spunged daily with strong soap suds, followed by a solution of saltpeter and spirits of turpentine. Put one quarter of a pound of tbe former and a„ pint of the latter into abottle and shake them well together, aud apply to the wounds with a feather two or three times each day, or oftener, if circumstances Will permit, till the healing process commences, when the application may be discontinued.

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

To Make a Balky Horse Draw. —In India where a horse can and will not draw instead of whipping, spurring or bttrning, him, as is frequently the pratice in more civilized countries, they quietly get a rope and attaching it to one of the fore feet, one or two men take hold of it, and advancing a few paces ahead of the horse, pull their best No matter how stubborn the animal may be, a few doses of such treatment effects a perfect cure. The following is well worth saving for future reference: Loekedjaw from a rusty nail iu the foot was entirely cured, in four cashes reported by Dr. Ktnkle, by applying to the whole spinal column, cloths saturated with chloroform, just at the approach of the spasm. It was repeated at several returns of the spasm, always inducing sleep, and finally recovery. Cream Pie,—One pint good sweet cream one egg,one tablespoon even full of flour, one pinch of salt, flavor with lemon and sweeten to taste. Beat the egg light, then add the flour and stir into the ...

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