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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Igrkiiltiiral Items ' .v FBJBPAY* OCTOBER 30.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

"The summer is passed, the harvest is ended/'' the equinoctial storm has spent its ftrce, and the' early frost has put a stop to the growth of every crop: -but there still remains' lo the firmer, the pleasantest. arid fairest season of the year—the Indian summer. In too many instances this beautiful season is allowed by farmers, to run. to waste, although there are few portions of the year that might be improved to better advantage, r^. .' •'" .'¦ ": In inanyiiiistances. the farmer can materially hasten his spring wrJrV by getting his fields readytin the-fall.' It seems to occur to few' farmers, that the fall is a good period to set new fences and-to repair • old ones. The ground is 'ordinarily in better order for digging post holes ;' 'while leucine; materials are almost iin avi abiy cheaper than in the following spring. • .Ordinarily, the spring is a bad time in .which to do fencing i tl>.e roads are in .a wretched condil:.i.'U for.liauling lumber ; thefrpst is iiuL.o;i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

LE# lts raise good stock Why is it that on so many of the farms throughout the country, farms of which no person need be ashamed and-which in most every particular except this one, show the unquestionable sign of good farming, the stock exhibit the unmistable evidence of neglect and inattention in breeding? There is no doubt that it is generally the result either of carelessness or that it arises from the mistaken idea often entertained by farmers, that "it will not pay" to devote more attention and expense to this branch of their business. How very much mistaken are those who indulge in this idea, for that it will cost no more to keep a well-bred animal than one of an inferior quality is an undisputed fact and \ ery often it is the case that that breed of animals which is particularly distinguished'for some excellent quality, co. sume less than those which are their decked inferiors. Hence it follows from this, that it is possible, to keep more well-bred animals upon a ce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

MENDING A RAG CARPET Mrs. II! M. R. of Columbia Co., Pa., sends a number of suggestions in matters relating to economy in the household, of which we at present give the following : "One morning last winter as Henry took some hot coals o;'t of .the sitting-room stove to start a fire in the kitchen,he dropped nearly half of them on my new rag carpet, and burned seven or eight holes from one to two inches in diameter. At first I did not know what to do> but soo i made up my mind to try a^id mend them, and I think I succeeded admirably, for when they were done they could not be seen half *vay across the room, and they would never be noticed by any person unless his attention was called to it. I first cut both rags and warp out as far as they were the least bit tender with the heat, then went to the rag drawer and selected rags as near the color of those as possible, and carefully joined every rap- burned with one of its own size and color. I was lucky enough to have yar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

GREASING WAGONS Says an exchange : "But few people are aware that they do wagons and carraiges more injury by greasing too plentifully than in any other way. A well made wheel will endure common wear from ten to twenfive years, if care is takan to use the right kind and proper amount, of greace ;'but if this matter is not attended to, they will be used up in five oi six years. Lard should never be used on a wagon, for it will penetrate the hub and work its way out around the tenons of the spokes, and spoil the wheel. Tallow is the best lubricator for wood axle-trees, and castor oil for iron. Just grease enough should be applied to the spin dle ef a wagon to give it a light coat ing; this is better than more, for the surplus put on will work out at the ends, and be forced by the shoulder bands and nut washers into the hub around the outside of the boxes. To oil an iron axle-tree, first wipe the spindle clean with a cloth wet with spirits of turpentine, and then apply a few dr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

§0us*i«ep*i:s' gujrarimeni It is said that Bonner feeds his horses from a box setting on the floor, as he believes it is natural for them to take their food from a level with their feet. By Weight.—In California, berries are sold by the pound' as they should be everywhere. .Early strawberries brought there, says the California Farmer, fifty cents per pound this year.——•*>-»*-^_B>-»*~*- To Keep Cidek>-Take new cider and put over the fire and just let it scald up, then put in good stone jugs and seal while hot. Will keep any length of time, and is only richer by standing. Composts.—When these are made to be used on sandy soils, clays should be mixed through them ; for it will not only retain the ammonia of the compost heap, but will improve the sandy soil when applied toit. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

The Devons are natives of Devon shire, England, from which they take their name. This breed is one among, if not the oldest of the improved English cattle, and until the present century, was bred with greater purity than any other breed. ?—»-— ' ¦? 7 A New Fertilizer.—Boucherie, of France, has invented a process for subjecting the entire bodies of animals to the action of dilute hydrochloric acid, by means of which they are completely dissolved, including the bones, and converted into a uniform pulp, which is inodorous and can be kept for any length of time, to be applied when needed towards fertilizing the soil. »_»_«_>__• To Fill Holes in Trees.—Clean ont all the rotten wood you can get "t; then fill the cavity with cement made up to the consistency it is used for mortar. Another plan is to fill the hole nearly full of a composition made of tough clay and fresh horsedripping, and then finish with the cement, which should project outward, and on the side enough to afford...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Guinea Fowls—Profit.—These fowls, when a number of hens are together, it is said, will all lay their eggs in one place till the instinct of setting begins to operate, when each will make a nest, or ton stimes two will club together in laying and setting. When the chicks come out they must have a free run, as confinement is fatal to the brood. The Guiean is a prolific layer, but her noise sometimes rather annoying.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Scabby Leg in Fowls.—"G. P.," Amite, La., writes : "My fowls hp.ve been troubled in this way. We call it Gout. My remedy is turpentine, applied, say twice a week, with a small brush or swab. Whoever makes the application must be careful not to let the turpentine run down along the toes, as it is apt to make them bleed. Three weeks will be about the time required for the entire disappearance of the scab. Fattening Calves.—A sensible practical farmer says that he has noticed that calves would thive better on milk that was not rich in butter than on what was commonly called very rich milk. The nutritive elements of milk reside cheifly in the caseine. If you have a cow that gives particularly rich milk, and one that gives a quality poorer in butter it is better in every way to feed the calf on the milk of the latter. The calf will thrive better, and you will get more butter trom the milk of the first cow.—Ex. ? ?¦ ^i ».. ?—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

Live Stock, of all kinds, should have the owner's daily supervision. If others do the work, his eyes should see that it is well done. Few hired men can be trusted to do things constantly according to directions. In the very cold weather there is a constant temptation to consult his own ease rather than the comfort of the animals entrusted to his care. Feed and water regularly. Keep salt within reach of horses, cattle and sheep. A large lump of rock salt is best for this-purpose. If they can lick when they please, they will not take it in excess. "Fkeezing Kills the'Eggs.''—Horace Greeley is reported as saying; with respect to the destruction of Insects : "Fall plowing is a good remedy if the land is left in ridges. Freezing kills the eggs." To this we say in the words of the Scotch verdict, "not proven." All the testimony points to the indestructibility of the eggs of insects by any amount of natural cold. The eggs of the tent caterpillar, katydid, and all those insects which de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

HOOFLAND'S COLUMN. INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA FROM GERMANT, in 1S35. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, and

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TOM C PREPARED BY DIt. 0. M. JAOKSON, Phil oeipcia, Pa. The greatest Jatonvn remedies fir Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, Hervous Debility, JAUNDICE, Disease " the Kidneys, ERUPTIONS of the SKDT, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver, Stomach, or latPUItlXT OF THE ELOOV. Head the following symptoms, and if you find that your system is affected by any of tliem, you may rest assured that disease has commenced its attack on the most important organs of your body, and unless soon checked by the use of powerful remedies, a viiserj.ble life, soon terminating in death, wiU be Hie result. Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinkine or Fluttering at the Fit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in aLyingPosture, Dimness ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

NEW GOODS NEW GOODS the' store of GEORGE D. PIFER'S NO. 6, EROCKERHOFF ROW NO. 6, BItO.CK£]1^0El, UuW NEXT DOOR'TO POST OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE JWiicre a fresh supply of FALLAND WINTER BET GOODS have just hecii received in endless quantities and Varieties. C011E OSE, C0ME_rAT, and>xamlnc liis>lock before purcliasins'elsc where. 000DS.[ALMOST (3IYES.AWAY Always on liantl_tlie celebrated [HALL BOOTS & SHOES MEN'S AND E0Y'S;.0VERC0ATS,';SUITS, PANTSU- VESTS, UNDER-CLOTHING AND IIATSp CAPS At extremelyJ[low rates An endless assortmeut^cf Ladies DRESS GOODS £At less than city prices. A fip" lot ot Groceries, Quoensware,* Cedar Ware CAKNED AND DRIED FRUIT-, ie-.; <C-c The highest cash prices naid tor marketing and counf.ty produce. DON' PAIL TO t'ALL TiEl-'UllE ALL ME GOODS ARE SOLD. 5 221y EWGOODS ^ \XKJUU&. ! ! At . , , . , L, - i> . , . , , . ' ,,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

mRINITiT SCHOOL, -JL'" CLAYMONT, DELAWAEE. Ono hour's ride from Philadelphia, on the Baltimore Railroad. A Select Family School for boys. The Winter Term of this, School will open on September 9th. For Circulars containing full information, Catalogue, Course of Studies, <C-c, address, Rov. J. STURGIS PEARCE, July 31,'6S.Im2cw4c. Rector. rpUSCARORA ACADEMY, I FOUNDED 1836. The Fall Session of this flourishing Institution will commence on the first Wednesday in September Tho object of tho Institution is to prepare young men for the active duties of life, to qualify pupils for teaching, an-1 to train thoroughly such as desire to cuter College. The instruction embraces the culture of tho mind and heart, so that their powers ^ may be well directed and applied, and a tasto for intellectual purs lits *ind virtuous habits developed. For further information send for a Circular. Applicants wi.l please address D. D. STONE, A. M., Principal, or W. A. McDowell, A. M., Associate Princi...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

QTATES UNION HOTEL PHILADELPHIA. This Hotel is pleasantly situated on the south side of Market Street, a few doors above Sixth . Its central locality makes it particularly desirable to persons visiting the City on business or pleasure. W. D. Roismxs, ECK, Proprietor, Clerk. Formerly iMerchauts' House. Apr.2,'liS-lv.l2. , .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

NITTANY VALLEY INSTITUTB. This new institution of learning will be located at Jacksonville, Centre county, Pa., and will be opened for the reception of students, on the 22d of April, A. D., 1S6S, under the Principalship of Prof. D. .M Wolf. The course of study will he liberal, embracing the Primary, Normal, Scientiiie and Classical branches. Terms for boarding and tuition will bo reasonable. F'.r particulars address KEY.!). G. KLEIN, Apr.lO,-Sin.* Walker, Centre Co., Pa... PRODUCE OF ALL KINDS, H and good quality, Tvantc-' »: 'he hi«hcsi market prices at tho cheap store ii Ueiluionte. A. STEKSBKRli. W HEAT;—Theundersigued wish to inform tho farmers of Centre county that they will pay the highest market price in cash for all kinds of irrain. Aug.16. ZIMMERMAN BROS. & CO GENTLEMEN'S DRESS \J GOODS, such as Cloths,' Casimers, Casinets, Vestings, • Hosiery, Collars, Neckties, Ac, very low at mar2 A. STERNBERG'S. T ADIES' GAITERS, .Children's JLi Shoes, and Sundown's, h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

U/ AT CHE S AND CLOCKS T I largo lot just received by :; GEO.W. PATTOi.'. ALL KINDS of Domestic Goods, Bleached end Unbleached Table Linens, Bird-Eye, Diapers, Huckaback, plain and Dgured Linen Towelings, for sale by STERNBERG <£• BRANDBIS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

VAIL ROAD HOUSE. -LI Corner Front and Pine street, PHILIPSBURG, CENTRE CO. PA. ROB'T LOYD, Prop • ^ ^ ^ ^ $&& BARRETT'S *$$& ft»/? Vegetable >\tf*lk 3? /HAIR RESTORATIVE \* % 5g 0 /ffu decided by tho N. H. Stato Fa!r\ Q, 3"; ' •(¦ <> / nod la now conceded by tlic public to bo 1 Tj a: ifi 0 the very best Preparation for Restoring; | i^. iS Gray or faded Hair to its original color; / &; M «a 1 promoting its Growth, eradicating; Hu- /«_¦- pX aj'_3\ mors and DondnuT.and for Dressing/£--}$ ' •IRA; and Beautifying tho Hair. It Is freo / **Q ft-* W^\ from poisonous drugs, does not/^^ s! ttl -A stain the finest fabric, and /*Wff ¦ S* />o\ lenves the Scalp clean, //C*>j£S ffKygeSS. the Hair men, and S4&C"M "tW^X^JLOSsr^/ >M^. %mmeP ^e^SSSSSSSSS^**4 J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietors, MAXCITEaTEH, If. H. May 2-\'r>S-'.v.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 30 October 1868

V'^-i^ \i£<f * C' •''3> (Wi"-;{p4. c^j\\m P'{ )¦'?! The Last C^ittSBecGS* ^s^A^torl JP toaaaiBgiji ^ JfcwjStfk fowBoiJU will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, ^ and produce luxuriant growth. It ii perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perfume imparted to the Hair make it desirable for old and young. T?or Sale by all Druggists. DEPOT, 198 GEEENWICH ST., BT. T ol tM^ONEBBjiffi. FcKSVOb-ii ' .. '.

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