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

ROBINSON—WATKFXS—On the 7lhin.«t. a'the residence of the bride's father by Henry P.. Tieziynlnv. Esq . Mr Irwin Robinson, and.MUs Sarah C. Wa'.kins, all ot'Curtin township. Married

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

ROWAN—On the »th inst.. in Benner twp., George W. R-iwan. aijed a-bout 14 years. M'LAUtjai/N-ln h • 5th inst.,Mts. Charity MrLuug'nKn., i.t liogga township, aged 57 year.. Died

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

Special Notices Takb a Look at the Pioms.—All men of busini ss within the range "f this and adjnining counties, when they visit Bellefonte. shi'iild n"t fail to inspet the splendid siitns nfthe First Nntinnal Bank. Reynr Ids & Go's, flank, and Zimmerman Bro's. dVCoj also the numerous smaller professional •• shinpies" scattereri over lhe towv. Also Iho i-ign of the BrocRcrhutT ll"ii<e. all exeeuted by our frit..nd. and late editur and piiblishi-r ot' theCentral Press. JnHN (5. Kttmz- For nork of ibid description, cull at his office. ja27'ri!).tf. t

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

AJISOELLANKOUS T^URNITUhE WARE ROOM. Howard Street, Bellefonte, Pa. WHERE BORE A PS. SOFAS. LOUSGES. HA T RA CKS. WHAT-AOTS, EXTFA'SIOX TABLES. STANDS, uHAIRS, STOOLS, J-c. f-every description, quality and price, for rale rheaper than at. othpr establishment of the kind in Central Penn'a. UNDERTAKER. Ready made Coffins, of all sires and prices kept constantly on handl Also Coffins manufactu.ed to order. ja«'69 ly. H. P. HARRIS. RESTAURANT. The undersigned would infirm the citizen' of lii-lli-f.inte aud community in general, that they continue to ao-<">mmudate their friends at the Restaurant North of the Diamond, opposite the Court House Oysters in every Style, Best Phil'a. Lager Beer. Porter, Ale an-->.r,„p8riUa, I tes. C*^. Cndies. dec, Al*fl TREE LUNCh EACH DAY. Hours, 9 A. M. to 13 o"c!ock, M. Give ns a call. j»18"89.1y. BOY & CO.

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

• DRY GOODS, &c. T\6 NOT FORGET ' ¦ ' - ' ' That the place to buy Cheap Goods, i. qAtlCOES, DELAINES, SILKS, ..''." SATINS, *""'^A lj_ ' BROADCLOTHS 3:-;;-H '. 'CASSlMESES, <¦:.' ; OASSINETS, / ', . rBLA5fKETg, RB^-^MAD-E CLOTHING; f0» Men and. Boys; is at JOnNW' . COOKE'S CHEAP CASH SfO.EE, REYNOLDS' ARCADE, ALLEGIHENT STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. We start d Uton tbeoriaciples of "Small profits and quick' "eturns," and bow well we h-ve succeeded iV known to everybody. i>UR GROCERIES, QUEEN'SWARE AN!/ GLASSWARE, are of the very best quality and are sold at the most reasonable rates. We pay at all . times tbe highest rash piii-e for Wheat,* Rye. Oats. C«rn and Barley. We most cordially invite i-verybody to give us a call, before purchasing elsewhere. Do not forget the place. REYNOLDS' ARCADE. ALLEGHENY STREET, BELLEFONTE, PA. ja6'69.1y. J. W. COOKE. QEO. W. FAIRER & CO ur Ar o. 4, BUSH'S ARCADE. LADIE"S <t GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE. T7UI...

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

MISCELLANEOUS. < pi ROCERY AND PROVISION STtQ&t* TWENTY PIR CENTSA FED. IT is'now an established fact that Grocer, ies of a,!l ktods are now to be "obtained at M. RT/KKLE'Snew GROCERY AND PROTlSlON STO^E, On Allegheny Street Bellefonte, Pa-, '... twenty per cent, cheaper than at any othefcstablisbuient in • own or country. Flour, of tbe very best quality, kept contantly on hand. Boaading house keepers, and Heads of families; would do well to give him a . call before purchasing elsc> wbeie. Ho not forgef?- the place. ' • " ja6'69.fy.J M. KUNKLE". ( 1 OFF Eli, Tea. Sugar. Molasses, in short J evet-v thing usittiHy kept at a Grocery Store, for talt low, at M'.-RUNKLE'S.- PEAS, Beans, Soup V<ttt+. Soup Btans, lor sale cheap, at M. KUNELE'S. I. CVANNED Peaches. Canned TodiEfoe*. / Canoe t Apples, Canned Corn, Caaifrfd; Fruits of all kinds ktpt constantly on band* at M. RUNKLE'S. DRIED Peaches. Dried Apples, Dried Currants, Dr.ed Fruits of all ki...

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

DRUGS, &e. "Cl S. WILSON'S DRUG STORE. NE W LOCA TION. Southwest Corner of High and Allegheny Streets, Bellefonte, Pa. (No. t. Bbokeruoff's Ru-jv.) The subscriber respectfully announces to bis numerxns acquaintances a.d the pu lie n general that henna removed his DRUG & MEDICINE STORE, io the corner room of BrnkerhnfTs new biiildinjr on the Diamond, where he nas constantly on hand, a larrre stock of DRU«5S. MEDICINES. CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY. PAINT-!. DYESTUFFS. GLA"P.INSTRUMEI1TS. VARNISH, TURPENTINE, Linseed Oil, Coal Oil, Ijumps, Chimneys Brushes, Hair Oil, Extracts, Toilet Soaps. T.'bacco. Segars, Ac. &c. Also a variety of fancv articles too numerous to mention, wh'ch he offers at low rates, and wa> rants tbe quail.ies of tbe arti eles as represented. Purchasers will please r>member this, and examine the qualities and prices of his goods before purchasing elsewhere. jsg- Physicians' Presoriptions and Family Recipes carefully compounde...

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

MEAT. ¦ jl/TEAT MARKET. N. W. Cor. Diamond, opposite Court House BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. JESSE MORGAN, Would respectfully call the attention of th. citizen* of Bellefonte and yicHUty, to. the superior quality of FRESH MEAT I. FRESH MEAT i Constantly to-be found on hand.. BEEF, „ PCSK. MUTTON.- VEAL, POULTRY. 4c. always on band. . M'es.tf.

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

ADtaM Ijartieat WEDNESDAY MORNING, Mar. «7, '69

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

Preparing the Soil for Apple Trees. Few soils in tbeir natural state are in a suitable condition for the reception of apple trees. New land is certainly far preferable to that which is old and partially or wholly worn out, but neither are in a proper condition for an orchard, and soare thorough system of preparation should be applied to them before being used for fruit trees. The method of preparing soils should he varied according to their nature; if naturally deep and rich, then a good, deep plowing is all that will be absolutely necessary. But those persons who are about planting a young orchard should not forget that years of time may be gained by bestowing a little extra care at the start, and that trees in a thoroughly prepared soil will be as far advanced in five years as those which receive but ordinary care will in ten. All soils, whether now or old, rich or poor, light or heavy, should be worked deep, for herein lies the fundamental principle of all good and successf...

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

Soap s-tds should never be waited f,n w> ' :.-~ i5,-,!-. Vrit h^uld bo poured for tbe tardea.

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

Asparagus. From the 20th of March to the 1st of April, the asparagus beds should have the coarse part of the manure with which they h»ve been covered during winter taken off, and as soon as dry enough the rest carefully forked-in, all clods removed and the topsoil mcelv pulverized with a rake. A dressing of coarse salt—fish salt will answer—should be applied the first week in April. The ground should be well covered with the salt, but care must be taken that it does not come in contact with box-edging, plants and small trees, as it is fatal to them. In setting out new asparagus beds, if roots one or two years are planted, let them be about one foot apart each way, the crowns of the roots being from three to four inches below tbe surface. The soil should be at least eighteen inches in depth and made as rich as it can be. Apply no salt until after the plants produce a crop,which will be tbe third year. Beds can be made as early in March as the season will admit of, but care mu...

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

Diseases of Farm Stock. A correspondent of the Journal of Agriculture proposes tbe following question to the readers familiar with chemistry in its applications to vegetables and animals: "' The idea has beea suggested in some of my reading, that the multiplying of diseases among all kinds of farm stock may be owing to tbe fact that certain qualities of ingredient! which are always found in virgin soils, and which are essential to the healthy development of animal organisms, have become so far exhausted that the vegetation—the feed now produced is deficient in those elements, and hence these various diseases. Is there any ground for this theory? Is it possible that iron, for instance, which forms to important a part of the animal structure, may be abundantly supplied to vegetation growing on virgin soil, and through it, to cattle, and yet may, by long cultivation, be so entirely absorbed from the soil that the vegetation growing there will be entirely d estitute of that elem...

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

The Best Position for Grapes. Some persons think that grapes ripen best on trellises, others prefer arbers; some approve of keeping the vines high, and others advocate low training. Who shall decide when doctors disagree? We had an opportunity this year of seeing at least some of these positions tested, for a Hartford prolific vine of ours, which was planted against a board fence in acorner of our garden, for the purpose of covering an arbor or summer house, bore heavily, some of the bunches being on the canes which were trained against the fence, some onthose which covered the side of the arbor, and some on the top or roof. The bunches which were close to the fence were loose and straggling, with small berries; those on the side of the arbor were better; but the best of all were those which grew on the top and hung down under the foliage, so that the rays of the sun never reached them.Tliebuncheswerc compact and well shouldered,and the berries large and of a better flavor t...

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

Farmers as a class should discuss their vocation and interests more exclusively than they are in the habit of doing. The information they possess and may command, should be gener aly disseminated, digested, and bro't within the scope of practice; and the means to effect this lie in Farmers' clubs, agricultural books and journals. Winter gives the farmer some leisure, which should be improved in every practical way to gain such knowledge as will direct manual labor to more effective results-The Essex iJam/er assertsthatsmall quantities of sunflower seed mixed with the food of a horse, will impart a fine elo^s to his hair, while it is also a certain cure for founder, if given immediately after the ailment » discovered - InX%i««r««,»boutapnrth rfAa seed should be mingled «* theoate or chopped feed, whena cure will be effect: The prescription »*»*'»«**; lv onB, and can huriljr prove harmful ¦ -: animal, should it fail to ettect 3 euie.

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

MISCELLANEOUS. s A MBRICAN BUTTON-HOLE OVER-SEAMING AND SEWING MACHINE COMBINED. EDAL AWARDED AT THE PARIS EX POSITION, 1867. In directing attention to the> "eleorated COMBINATION BUTTON HOLE AND SEWING MACHINE, we feel fully warranted in claiming for it unquestionable superiority over all others as a Family Machine.— The Simplicity, Ease and Certainty with which it operate?, aswell as the uniform excellence of its wort, certainly place it far «n advance of any other similar invention of the age. It is also the .:«eapes/,intrinsieally, as well as the best, since it is really two machines combined in one, (by i> simple a»d beautiful mechanical arrangement never before accomp'ished by human ingenuity,) making either the Lock Stitch or Button Hole Stitch, as occasion may require. It is, at tbe same time,simple in construction, comparatively noiseless, easily understooJ, and, in a wird, it combines with those advantages exclusively its own the most desirable qual...

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

rjlHE BELLEFONTE BOOT AND SHOE STORE. GRAHAM A SON, GRAHAM 4 SON, GRAHAM * SON, BELLEFONTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE. BELLEFONTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE, BELLEFONTE BOOT A SHOE STORE, ALLEGHENY STREET, ALLEGHENY STREET. ALLEGHENY STREET, One Doer Noith Irwix k Wilson's Hardware Store. . GRAHAM * SON; MANUFACTURERS, MANUFACTURERS. FIN" CALF BOOTS, FINE CALF BOOTS, Kept constantly on hand at the BELLEFOflTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE, BELLEFONTE BOOT 4 SHOE STORE, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, AT $3,00 PER PAIR, AT $8,00 PER PUR, A large assortment of KIP BOOTS, Warranted, AT $5,90 PER PAIR, AT $5,00 PER PAIR, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, BY GRAHAM 4 SON, We respectfully invite the attention of the public to our large selection of L IDIES BOOTS 4 SHOES, LADIES BOOTS 4 SHOES, and all kinds of MISSES' 4 CHILDRDN'S MISSES' 4 CHILDREN'S BOOTS 4 SHOES. BOOTS 4 SHOES. CALL AND EXAMINE CALL AND EXAMINE. OUR CHEAP BOOTS 4 SHOES. OUR CHEAP BOOTS 4 SHOES, i»20'69.1y. GRAHAM & SON,

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

JAS. A. QtJIOLET. HEKBV CROSKBT /"\UIGLEY 4 CROSKEY'S ^ CHEAP CASH STORE, EAGLEVILLE, CENTRE CO , PENN'A WE take pleasure in announcing to farmers and tbo public generally that we .keep constantly on hand, at our store in Eagleville, Dry Goods, Groceries, Ac, and SELL AS CHEAP AS ANY STORE in town or country. We shall always en .deavor to purchase good Goods and war atnt everthing as we represent it. We also always pay the highest PRICES FOR COUNTRY PRODUCE. Please call and examine our stock for yourselves. ja!3'69.1y.

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

* LARGE STOCK OF ISACK AND BARREL SALT on hand and for sale eheap, at Wholesale and Retail, at the Wa.ehouse of GEO. 4 JOE. P.BLYMYER, MILROY, MIFFLIN COUNTY, PENN A. Penns Valley mtrehants will find it to their interest to send to us tor our Wholesale Prices. Salt in good packages alwags on hand. Give ns a call. GEO. & JOE. P.BLTMYER. febJO"B»,tf. HORSE SHOES, hest make at IRVIN 4 WILSOK'S SCREWS and Hinges of every variety and kind at IK WIN & WiL/oUVS AMMUNITION—Cartridges, and other attiJiunitiiin .1 JRWLN 4Wl'.S0>B- SADDLERY, to tuil the trade, at " 1KW1NW <fe ILSO.,'3

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

TIN & SHEET-IRONWARE. rjlIN AND SHEET-IRON STOKE. THE OLDEST TIN-WARE ESTABLISHMENT IN BELLEFONTE, PENN'A. The undersigned herehy desires to call the attention of his many patrons, and the entire people of Centre Co.,- th it he manufactures TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE Cheaper and on a larger scale than ever.— He keeps constantly fur sale. Tin Buckets. Wash Boilers, Coffee Boilers, Fruit Cans, Di»h Pans, Lard Cans. Wash Basins, Coal Oil Cans, - Stove-pipe of the best Russia, and other iron, constantly on hand. Particular attention paid to ROOFING AND SPOUTING. All work warranted. Give us a call. WM. S. WOLF, ja6'68.1y. Allegheny Street.

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