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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Th6 NoW tJablntt Members. As We anticipated last -week, some Very important changes have been iuade in Gen. Grant' s Cabinet. Mr. Stewart, on account of ineligibility, resigned.and Mr.BoTjrwELL,of Mass., takes his place. Hon. E. M. Washburn, in consequence of ill health, resigned his position as Secretary of State," and Hamilton Fish, of New York,- was appointed in his stead.— Gen. ScHOFIELD resigned his position as Secretary of War, and Gen. John A. Rawlins, formerly chief of Gen. Grant's Staff, was immediately appointed by tbe President to fill that important place. Of these appointments, says the Philadelphia. Press, every Republican will speak in the most liberal manner. The Secretary of State, Hon. Hamilton Fish, of New York city, is an able and accomplished citizen. Born in 1809, he has reached that period in life when all the powers of a man are fully matured, and when his ambitions are least likely to conflict with his reason. A graduate of one of the oldest and best...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Sham Democrats in Indiana. The Democratic members pf the Indiana Legislature resigned their places and deprived the House of a quorum, in order to prevent the ratification of the Fifteenth Constitutional Amend merit. Gov. Bakeu, immediately issued a proclamation ordering special elections to be held to fill the vacancies, and a special session will beheld in April. This revolutionary movement on the part of the Democrats will cost the Siate, or rather the taxpayers of that State, the neat little sum of $100,000. This shows how little they care about the people's money. It shows that they do not regard the will of the people. They secede from the Legislature to defeat tbe will of the majority, and would secede from the Union if they had the power. Such men. and such leaders, are a disgrace to, and a libel upon,the word Democracy. They are secessionists at heart. Their, sympathies are with England, or a monarchical form of Government, where the few rule the many, and the poor ...

Publication Title: Bellefonte Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

The Elections Since the In.augura tion of President Grant. Our Democratic friends have boasted for some time past that the passage of the Constitutional Amendment would destroy the party. Well, several elections have been held since its passage, which have resulted as follows : In New Hampshire, where a Republican was elected last year by a majority of about twenty-five hundred, an election was held on the 9th inst, and the result is : For Stearns (Republican) 27,824 For Bedell (Democrat) 23,026 Republican majority 4,798 The Republicans elected all their candidates fir Congress, and out of 12 Senators elected this year, ten of them are Republicans, a gain of four. Another election was held in Camden, N. J., and the Bepubliean candi date for mayor received a majority of ov-sr five hundred, somewhat larger than Gen. Grant received last fall. Bridgeport, N. J., hasa'soendorsed the administration of Gen. Grant, by electing the whole Republican ticket in every ward by increased m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

There will be a grand Reunion of the Army of the Potomac at N. York on July 5th. Wo hope to meet there, a large representation of the officers and soldiers from Pennsylvania, who were so numerous in that army during its eventful history. The officers of the old Sixth Corps have formed a society called the 6th Army Corps Legion, Head Quarters at Philadelphia, which all officers of that Corps are urged to join. The initiation is $2,50, and the annunl dues £3-00. Officers should address Col. Jas. £• Neiler, Station A. Phil'a., for enrollment as members, enclosing fee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Gen. Frank P. Blair, Jr., who was once " talked of" for the Vice Presidency by a small par'*? of political allies of the '' Lost Cause*, '„' and who was appointed by A. J., to the position of a Pacific Railroad Commissioner, was unceremoniously re--* on Saturday by the ' 'despotic'' rooveu pre8i,jent; Grant does not " " ¦*¦ . ' -d unprincipled men.— like corrupt at. ¦ .,dier8 who fonght He admires the so. ^voteasth for the country, and no., shot. He does not like de ^ » « __ and selfish revolutionary politician-Hence Fbank P. fe kicked out, the Blair family J«now* The new " " ministration will be a s-nceess.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

-Rev. W»b. Milburn, the celebrated American blind preacher, has had ;»n operation performed on his eyt'S in Berlin. Though ^such prostrated thereby, he has so far recovered that" ;i second operation, which it is vx» i tiaeted ^rjH be successful.will b? made. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Editorial and Other Items. -T-Camp Hamilton, near Hampton, Virginia, has been broken up. —The Arkansas Senate passed the Constitutional Amendmentby 19 to 3, —A project is on fost in Canada for bridging or tunneling Detroit liver. —The steamships Herman, Erin and City of Baltimore have arrived from Europe. —Bill Ryall, a well known English pugilist, died of typhoid fever in St. Louis, Saturday. —John G. Baxter was nominated for Mayor by the City Democratic Convention at Louisville- —Mrs. Lydia Beecher, mother of Henry Ward Beecher, died in Brooklyn, Saturday morning,"aged eighty. —The rumor that Thomas H. Foulds will succeed Col. W. Thomas as Postmaster at Cincinnati creates much ex citement. —Hon. James Guthrie, late United States Senator from Kentucky, died at his residence'in Louisville,- Saturday morning. —The buildings Nos. 66 and 68 Lake street, Chicago, were damaged by fire and water Saturday evening to the extent of $25,000. —The peach buds in Somerset county, New J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Our Western '.(Letter:: My Dear Republican:—^This Chicago town is a great-place-for sensations, and for doing "big things."—Everything /done.is On a/grani-seale.-Real estate, sales, buildings, speculations, preaching and theatricals, are decidedly on the magnificent; When persons marry, they do" it hugely—they marry all over, arid when they are tired of it they get divorcedwith a rush. The more publicity a Chicago" divorce case attains, the better the parties like it, as a general ihin£. We have a few women who.are married and divorced annually, and in each1 case it is done with a grand flourish of trumpets. Chicago w.mo.n are gotten up on a grand scale—with. precian bend, pannier, hiehrheeled boots, artificial calves, palpitatnrs, plumpers, switches, chignons and the like, they are certainly fearfally and wonderfully made; thongh some, are fair.to look npin. I 'inn't .approve of the-palpitators and false naive*. They are not only unnatural, but are *o discouraging to a fellnv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

'Mr. Stewart Declines. The following is the letter of Mr. Stewart to President Grant- declin ing the Treasury Appointment: Washing ros, March 9. 186?. To the PrcMdfiit—Dear Sir : Appreciating the.high honor conferred by your nomination and the unanimous confirmation by the Senate of mvself to the office of Secretary of the treas ury, I regret that circumstances beyond our control compel me to decline. Could the difficulties presented by the provisions of the act of 1789, which, in organizing the department of the treasury, prohibits the secretary from being directly or indirectly concerned or interested in carrying on the business or trade of commerce, be overcome by any reasonable sacrifice to myself, I would willingly make it. I would promptly transfer to gentlemen in whom the public have full, confidence every interest in the gains and profits that could possibly accrue to myself in the business of my. house during my official term to be applit d to such public charities as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS P'-EO. L, POTTER. M. D.. Physi \3F clan and Surgeon,offers his j)r»fcs*iMini {ervicei" t» the citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity. OSes removed to house formerly oorupie I by Mr: Switzer. on Spring Mreet, two duora South of Preobyterian church. mail7'69-ly- _ ' WM. BBOWN. Licensed Auctioneer, herehy informs tbe public thit be holds himself in readiness at. all limes, to attend to all Auctions, Vendues, or TuMic Sales of personal or Real Estate, fharges reasonable. Cull on, or address. William Brown Bellefonte, Pa. marlT'69-ly. HAVING determined to remove to Li.ck Haven on the 1st of April next, I request all persons who are indebted to me to call and settle their account* before that date. XTni-ettl d claims will be left with Samuel L. Barr, Esq., for collection alter that time. marI7*69 3t GEO. T. BEATTIE, fi ROUND PLASTER AT $12 PER TON Jutt rcctived and always on hand ait GEO. A JOE. P. BLYMYER'S WAREHOUSE, MILROY, PENN'A., Suit for sale Wholesale a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

i ijpggygiyit ^pMMMHMF^il^MK^Bi MMnMUB WK U:> ii hi. wish !.-• u • nn . v-oi, leaoe' that Or. Wonderful, or any other man bus discoverer a reiiiely ttiat curej Consumption, when the lun^s are hal. consumed, in short will cure all di-ensoa whetherot mind, body or estate, make men live h-rev r and leave death to play for wuit of work, and is designed to make our sublunary sphere a nlinful para-Hie, to which Heaven itsoif shall be but a side show. Von have heart enough of that kind of humbuggery. and we do not winder that you have by this time become disgusted with it but when wo tell you that Dr. Sage's Cuta-rh Remedy will positively cure the worst case-of Catwrh we only assert that which thous.tuds can testify to. Try it aid you will «e cuuvim-td We will pay $500 Reward fur a case of Ca larrh that ne cannot cure. FOR SALE BY MOST DRUGGISTS EVER Y Wit LRE PricU Oni.T 50 CeSTS. Sent by Mail past paid, for .'•ixty Cents; Four Ha-kages lor S2 0U ; or 1 Dozen for $5 OH. Send ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

MISCELLANEOUS. I QPvAAA ° year "an *" W*6 by live tJpOUUU pgents. selling my new andvalunble invention. Address J. AIIKARN, 63 Second St.. Baltimore, Md. fe24 69 4w. 1 KA TEACHERSWANTED.-$75to$150 lOU per month ; tor full parMeulars address •' The People's Journal," Philadelphia, Pa. mar 3' 9-4tr. xru. uini <* «—xtt. WANTED.—Salesmen to travel and sell by samph anew line of goods, rituations permanent, and good wanes. Address with stump, II. H. RICHARDS & Co. 413 Chestnut St. Phil'a. Pa, mnr3'69-4w. "OAINTS FOR FARMERS-Unsurpassed PAINTS FOR FARMERS-Unsurpassed for any purpose. $0 for a bbl. of 300 lbs. Send for circular. GRAFTON MINERAL PAINT CO., 254, Pearl St., N. Y. mai3'fi9-4w. ft 1 AA to S260 per month salary paid to ijplvlv good Agents to se'l our Patent Sou ci>rrorsive White Wire Clothes lints.— State age and p st occupation, and address the American Wire Co , 75 William St.,N. N., or 16 Dearborn St., Chicago, III. . mar.rfi9-4w. AGENTS WA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

MISCELLANEOUS. ¦ARCADE SALOON. GEO. M. PECK, Proprietor beifcby inform my fiiends a-}d the public generally that I continue to keep the ARCADE SALOON, !_ T» ,.,_ T*1 1- —J! — !~! TT 11 r. «... in BushBlockadjnmi HowellGilli 's , rg , - land <f' C'-'n. Store. Meals can be obtained at ALL HOURS during the day. Oyster*, the very he.>t, cooked in every style. Meals provided for Regular B-arders when .order ed, and at reasonable rates. Thankful to the public for past favors, the continuation of these favors is respectfully solicited. febl7'69.!y. a. M. PECK. febl7'69.!y. O.'M. PECK. O. W. VANVALIW. . o. B. LAMBS8T. "TTANVALIN & LAMBERT, PLASTERERS! PLASTERERS!! We adopt this method of informing the eiti wns of Rellefonte and vicinity that we hare entered into partneiship in tbe PLASTERING BUSINESS. . All jobs entrust, d.to us will be done in the shot test time and in the. most workmanlike manner. From our long experience in the business Vfefeel confident...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Rst'l n««M n AM Costno, t), SulSSSJaURVa OBncfUAl {ssntKStflttliaaaMaiMisl J Y\fE AKli OO-MLMU, AND WILL PBE3NT 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, &6, &c, FREE OF COST. Our inducements during the past few years have been large. WE NOW DOUBLE OUR'RATES OF PREMIUMS. . We hare made many important additions tions to oar Winter Stocks, and huvo largely extended our Exchange List, and we now feel confident to meet the demands of our extensive patronoge. Send for new Circular Catalogue of Goods and Samples sent to any address free. Send money by registered letter. Address all orders to J. S. HAWES * CO., 15 Federal st, Boston, Mass. p. o.Box a Wholesale Dialers in Dry and Fancy Goods, Cutlery, Pia'.od Ware, Albums, Leather Goods, <tc. uiar.3'69-l2w.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

BAKERY. KvJ EW BAKERY. _Li Tho undersigned respectfully invites the attention 'if the citizens of Belief .nte aud vicinity, to his NEW BAKERY, on Bishop Street, as the only place whore tho best qualiry of BREAK, CAKES, uncirt!', o.nnii.^, PIES, CONFECTIONERIES, MINCE MEAT, of our own Manufacture, file best Norfolk Oysters by the Can or Qoirt. Also c- oked in all stylos, (i e) Fried in Crumbs. Ktiel in Iluttcr. Fancy Kuan's. .Stewed Oysters. Scolloped testers. Oyster Pie and flam Chowder. A private room neatly furnished ami car poted, for laiics or s.„-ia! p.111'134. A s-peois! invitation is hereby extended to all jai3'6a.iy s.j. Mv-ddwell.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

HOTELS. / J.AKMAX'S HOTEL. DAN'L GAR.MAN, Prc-p'r. This Innu; established and well known Hotel, situatud on the southeast corner of the Diamond, opposite the Court House, baring been purchased by the undersigned, he announces to the former patrons of this establishment and to the traveling public gener. ally, that, he has thoroughly refitted his house, and is prepared to render the most satisfactory accommodation to eiiusiaii accommodation to all who aiay . .ory all who aiay favor him with their patronage. No pains will be spared on his part to add to the eon venience or comfort of his guests. All who stop with him will find His Table abundantly supplied with the most sumptuous faro the market will afford, done up in style, by the most experienced cooks. His Bin will always ooatain the choicest of liquors. His Stalling is best in town, and will always he attendcilhTtheoiosttrustworthy and . attentive hostlers. Give him a call, "nc and all. and he foelf confident that all c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

I —if—i——s«i^»i«»^i^i Local Department BELLKFONTE,PA Wednesday Morning, March 17, '69.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Tub Drug S ore of F. P. Green will be rem-ived, April 1st, 18U'J, iioni BroekurholFs row, to tbo n:w lluiel of Bu«h & iicLaui, over, the creek. Jan. :20if. For Sale —A first class farm, within two miles of Bellefonte, is now for sale. Any person wishing to buy, cau learu full p irticulars, by calling at the office of the Bellefonte Republican. House to Let.—Any person wishing to rent a goou house, containing three rooms down, and thrue up stairs, wiih a, goid cellar, can leara full particulars by calling at the office of the Republican. Oyster Supper.—An oyster supper will ba given by the ladies of the Independent Order of Good Templars of this place, on Tuesday evening next, at the house of Mrs; Kephart. This is a praiseworthy work on the part of the ladies of this Lodge, and deserve?, not only the commendations of lb» public, hut their moat lih-Val support, financially. Celebration-—This day the members of the St, Patrick's Temperance Society, of this place, will have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

Grain and Flour Markets. Bellefonte. Mar..17, 1S69. Flour per birrol... $9 PO White wheat.psr bushel 1 40 Red wheat 1 30 C>.rn (now) ?•> Oats ..: : SI' Rye per bushel 1 2£> Buckwheat per bus. '.-• I OP Cloverseed " •' 8 £0 Provision Market. Apples, dried, per lb $0 12@15 Peaebes. " '• •' 2U@2b Cherries, " " . " 20 Heiins per quart 15 Butter j er lb @40 Beefsteak per 'i 21(325 Beef roasts 1S@2<> Chic-kens, eaeh, liv< 25 Tirkevs. •'.-«• 65®I .00 Oh-ese per lb @28 Hams, •' " 25 BiC'in-. @I6 Lard, (er lb @22 E.-gs. " d. z .^. .... 25 Vf*itt<!n.»nd Lamb per Ibs'j;;,>.-'.. ir'@2H Veal cutlets per lb •'••••'•' @20 Piifa'nes per bus...: ......'..-. $1 25 Dried Beef. i..... 28 Bttumitiua Coal at Snow Shoe Depot. Serened Coal S'.S" per ton Run of Mines 2.80 per ton Fine Coal 2.1)0. per ton Lumber at Snow Shoe Depot. Pine'Bonr-ls. Run of Mill $18.00 per M Pine Bnsrds. Pulls.... 14.00 per M Hemlock But* SrutT. 15.01) per M Hemlock ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte Republican — 17 March 1869

DRY GOODS- pHtt^DELPHIA STOEE [ """ PniLADELPHIA STOKE! PAILADELPHIA STORE! KELLER & MUSSEK. ANOTHER NEW STORE. ANOTHER NEW ST0B3. ANOTHER NEW STORE. KELLER 4 MUSSER have joStopened tbe best, chenpeet, largest, as welf S3 the best asioried stock of Goods in Belfefotfte or Central Pennsylvaniaj at their new PHILADELPHIA STOKE, in BROCKERHOFF'S BLOCK, Bishop St. FOE THE LADIES. They have Silks, Coburgs Alpacas, Merinos, Wool Delaines, Lustres, tfinubams, Prints, Poplins. Lawns, Handkerchiefs, Kid and other Gloves, Hosiery, Balmorals, Hoop-akirts, and a general vavariety of Ribbons, trimmings, Buttons, Braids, etc., at the lowest prices. FOR GENTLEMEN. They have Black and Bluo Cloths, Flack and Fancy Ca^simeres, Sattinetts, Tweeds, Meltons, Water-proof ' Cloth, Silk. Satin and common Testings, et<-„ in great {•ariety, and at prices t^"!; will give genei"."1 8atis" fact inn trf buy e: s. Their" BEADY MADE CLOTHING U ehtft'p. and consists of Overcoats; Ef\resa coat...

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