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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

PYRE & LANDELL, FOURTH & ARCH STS., PHILADELPHIA. Good Black SILKS, Good Colored SILKS. 18GS. 186S. FALL GOODS OPENING. FANCY AND STAPLE. Lyons Silk Velvets, New Style Shawls, New Dress Goods, Good Rlankets, Table Linens, Sheetings and Shirtings, Cloths and Cassimeres. N. Ii.—New Goods received daily in large lots for .fobbing. EYRE & LANDELL, 10 1fi-6tjw ith &¦ Arch, Philadelphia. ei00 A MONTH.—MALE OR FE-«!9 Male Agents wanted. E. E. LOCKWOOD. 10 lfi 6t* rjEORGE A. LOSE'S NEW LIVERY STAHLE. An entirely new stock of Horses, Carriages, Ruggies, &c., for hire. Private families furnished withsafehorsesandgood carriages. Tlie stock is entirely new and the best ill liellefonte. Inquire either at the Brockerhofi'House or at the stable. S 11 tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

JNEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .-FINE GROCERIES—Mocha Coffee, old; Government Java, best quality ot Rio Coffee, Brown Coffee, Best Oolong Black Teas, Green Teas, Levering Syrup, Golden Syrup, Drips, fine article Baking Molasses, Rice, and everything in the Grocery lino, at tho lowest cash price. If you want tho best article of Groceries in tho market, BURNSIDE'S & THOMAS' is theplace. IT is proverbial in Bellefonte and throughout the county if you want a good article go to BURNSIDE'S <£; THOMAS. WHITMAN'S Celebrated Confectioneries, Whitman's celebrated Chocolate, Baker's Chocolate, Smith's Chocolate, China. Ginger, English Pickles, American Pickles, <fcc, at BURNSIDE'S & T/TOMAS'. LEATHER of all descriptions:— French Calf Skins, Spanish Sole ,Leather, Moroccoes, Sheep Skins, Linings, and everything in the Leather line. Warranted to give satisfaction. BURNSIDE & THOMAS. SHOE MAKER'S TOOLS and Findings in all their varieties. Saddlery, Buckles, H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

BARGAINS. -L) A large lot of Sash, Doors. Flooring, Moulding, &c, will he sold below the regular Planing .Mill price, for cash. ¦ A S VALENTINE, 0 25 3t EM VALENTINE. W ANTED. One hundred Tons of Oats or Barley Straw at tho Glass Works. Also one hundred cords good seasoned wood. 9 IS tf MEETING xi. Of the hoard of School Directors of Spring township, will be held Oct. ad, IS0S, at 3 o'clock, for the purpose of hiring teachers. Salary, S40.00 per month for four months. LEATHER!—The best Buenos Ayres at 33 to 35 cts—no cat up Orinoca—no teavy fleshed California—but the real, genuine. Buenos Ayres Spanish Solo at 33 to 35 cts. per lb., to be had at. ABRAM SUSSMAN'S. High Street, Bellefonte, Pa. Mar29'67. VOR SALE.—The residence of X Judge Scaler, on tho, corner of Allegheny and Howard streets, containing twelvo rooms, finished attic, liotaiitlc,Id water iu bath room, kitchen and wash house, gas, furnace, range and brick smoke house. Lot'oo by 2i.*0 feet, good stable, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

EXAMINATION OF TEACHXJ lili'S. Kush & Philipsburg, Philipsburg, Tuesday, Sept. Sth, at lo'elock, 1'. M. Snow Shoe and Bttriiside, at Askey's S. H., Thursday, Sept. 10, at 1 P. M., The allowing will be held at 9 A. M. Haines, at Aaronsb'gFrid'y, Sept. 25th. Miles, at ltebor&b'g, ThurMlay, Oct. 1st. Gregg, at Penn Hall, Friday, Oct., d. Potter, at Centre Hail, Saturday. Oct.,-3rd. Harris, at Boalsburg, Monday, Oct. 5th. Ferguson, at Pine Cirove, Tuesday, Oct. 6th. ilaltidoou, at Stormstown, Wedn'v, Oct. 7th. Patton, at Waddle's S. H., Thursday, Oct.Sth. Benner, at Aruiagasl's S. 11., Saturd'y, Oct. 0th. Penn, at Milheiui, Monday, Oct. 12th. Walker, at Huhlersh'g, Wedn'y, Oct, Hth. Marion, at Jacksonville, Thursd'y, Oct. 15th. Liberty, at .Eagleville, Friday, Oct., ltith. Howard, at llowardville. Saturday, Oct. 17th. Milesb'g & Boggs, Milesb'g, Monday Oct. 19th. Union, at Cniouville,Tuesday, Oct. -lOth. Huston. Julian Furnace, Wedn'v, Oct.'21st. Taylor ob Wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

AIRY VIEW ACADEMY. FOR, MALE A5D FEMALE PUPILS, Near the Peiryville station cf tho Penn'a.E. It., in Juniata county. Win,'er session commences Nov. 1,1SG3. All the Iranches of a first rate education thoroughly taught, and the utmost care taken to promote tie comfort and improvement of the pupils. ,. Musical, Drawing and Tainting Department uuiler tho care of Prof. C F. Kolhe, and Miss A. L. Elliott. Send for circular. Address DAVID WILSON, Principal. A.J. PATTF.KSON, co-Prin. 9 18 '03. Port Koval V. O. Juniata Co. Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

A TTENTION, PONDER, Before ordering yohr Summer BOOTS OR SHOES. The only exclusive hoot and shoe manufacturing shop in Bellefonte. I would respectfully invite your consideration to the general satisfaction \vliieh in every case follows my work. Prices reasonable and neat fits guaranteed. JOHN POWERS. 5 S iv. Alleghenv St.. Bellcfontc, HARDWARE. TRWIN & WILSON are constantly receiving new goods in their line. HARDWARE of every description at reduced prices—no*v being opened every day. ma-r29th

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

LAMPS OF EVERY VARIE ty and kind at IRWIN & WILSON'S BAROMETERS and Thermometors at IRWIN & WILSON'S. HE ANVIL STORE is now reeeiving a large and well assorted Stock of Hardware, Stoves, Nails, Horse Shoes, Saddlery, Glass, Paints, Sheet, Bar and Hoop Iron,also Buggy and waggon Stock of every desription—Call and supply yourselves at tho lowest possible rates, novfl IRWIN & WILSON. SCALES, at Wholesale and Retail cheap, by IRWIN & WILSON. doo21'C6 FINE TABLE CUTLERY including plated forks, spoons, Ac, at mar2 IRWIN k WILSON'S. POCKET CUTLERY—all makes and prices at Imvin k Wilson's. mar2 DOUBLE AND SINGLE BAl rel fowling pieces at rnar2 Inwi*f <fc Wir-sos's. CROSS-CUT AND MQiLKAWM best make at IRWIN k Wli SON'S. mar2 C OFFIN TRIMMINGS, a large assortment at. IRWIN <!: WILSONS. mar2 HAND BELLS AND ~ D(X)R Bolls, nil sizes and kinds at mar2. IRWIN & WILSON'S. DRY BOARDS, Plank and Scantling for sale by, IRWIN &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

JOHN H. LONEBERGER, formerly doing business in this J line in JJishop street, has again established a. Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufactory, in the locality above mentioned, where he is prepared to supply the public with, every article dasirable , in his branch of tho ' trade at Living; Prices, and wares made of fho bast materials. EOOFXNG AM>.SPOUTIKG will receive prompt attention, and at reasonable rates, and everything desired ir i this line will bo promptly made to suit parties.]. ^S~0i.d Iron, Copper, Pkwier and Rags, taken in exchange for 7nahirfVrt*^"fetl articles. MARK THE PliACE! XEAIJ XEW - LOGAN FOUXBKY. ' Juno 19,'68-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

2,500,000 IN FOUR t'EAKs PATRONIZE THE BEST. Having the largest capital, most experience J buyers, and extensive trade of any ipneern in the Dollur Sale business, wo' GUARANTEE SATISFACTION in every instance, and also the best selection of Goods ever offered at ONE DOLLAR EACH: No other concern has any show wherever our Agents are selling.';; V'Our motto, '-'Prompt and Reliable." Male and femalo Agents wanted in city-and"'country. THE! LADIES Are particularly .requested to try our popular club system of soiling :all kinds of Dty and Fancy Goods, Dress Patterns, Cotton Cloth, Castors, Silver Plated Gdods, Watches', &c (Established 1S641) A' patent pen fountain and a check describingan articlo to, bo sold for a dollar, 10 cts; 20.for $2: 4 0 for Si; 60 for $6; 100 for $10; sent by niaiL Free presents to gctter'up, (worth 50 per eont. more than those sent by. any • other_ concern,) according to size of club. Send us a trial. club or if hot do not-fail to send for a circular...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

BIBLES! No:. :0,.containing six plates, 1'saluis in Metro, Family Record, Gilt Back and.SUles, $3 75 No. il.containinc; ten plates, Apocrypha, Concordance, I'dalnis arid Family Ke-': cord, -I 25 No. 11,1',, Same, Arranged for Photographs,....:.. .....J...::..:.,...... , 4 50 Same, with Photographs and Clasp,.. 5 OU No. 12, containing twenty: plates and . eameafiNo.il, 5 50 No. 13, eontaining same a No. 11, P., Gilt Edges '.'..'..:....' 0 00 Same, with Clasp and Gilt; fi 75 So. 22, containing sume as No. IS, Fine 7 50 Same,Fino Morocco, full Gilt and Clasp,...: 9 50 Tho subsoriber has also for salo i'iblcs of a better quality and higher prices. They are all HARDING'S BIBLES, Binding Warranted, and are far superior to those gotten for tho purpose to bo hawked about tho. country, and sold at extortionary prices. GEO. LIVINGSTON. Nor.l5,'87-tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

TTEADQUARTERS FOR GEN-_0_ TLBMEN'S • FUMISIfflG GOODS, ¦•¦ .: So.J7, Brockcrhoof Row. Anew assortment of Gauze, Merino, Linen, and Jean undershirts and drawers. Necktie*, and bows of every description, gloves; sui'iuuders collars, hats, caps, oic, by W. W. MONTGOMERY, MERCHANT TAILOR AND CLOTHIKll. Agent for the celebrated Singer Sewing Ma chine. Ul'CStf PE f^O. CK'S NEW ICS CREAM AND DINIWGSALOOU", Inroom formerly occupied by C. TI. Stoneroad, under Bush's arcade. Meals prepared at al! hours. A first class BILLIARD TABLE counnected wiihtheHcotaurant. 7ilv ' • A |GREAT VARIETY of Boots XA-?2and Shoes, //ats and Caps, at.nianuliicturors prices. With an attractiVDjrooiii, cheap and desirablogoods.attcntivo and polite clerks, and a. close attention to. business, tho 'indcrsigneil hope, to receive tho sams share of your influence and patronage which was so kindly bestowed heretofore1 .' ¦ STEltNBElld •*• 3JIANDKI3. QLriCl finfVtb'be invested iu tpyUjUUU * purchase of all kinds o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

G ~ RAIN SEPARATORS. Geiser's Patent Self-Rcgulating Gram Separator, Cleaner and Bagger, with the latest improved Triple-Geared Hor.=e Power, driven either by gear or belt. This machine will thresh and clean your grain perfectly, ready for market, by one operation, with more agrceablcness to hands than the old way ol 'threshing. DRILLS. The celebrated Willonghby Patent Gum Spring Grain Drill can't bo beaten in the country for rocky or stumpy ground. No breaking of pins ! No bunching of grain ! REAPERS. The Ohio Harvester is now taking tho load among reapers and mowers. It is a combined Reaper, and Mower, has two drive wheels, a drop and platform, and gives either side or rear delivery. Is easily managed for horse and man. RAKES. Pratt's Patent Horse Hay-Rake is tho best in tho market. 211,000 of them are now in use, and give universal satisfaction. FORKS. Gladding's Horse Hay Forks, with the above named machines, with repairs for the same, are all being sold by J. P. ZIMMERMAN, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

THE EAST INDIA TELEGRAPH COMPA NY'S OFFICE. No. 23 & 25 Nassau Street, Now York. Organized under, special charter from the State of New York. CAPITAL 55,000,000 $50,000 SHARES, $100 EACH. DIRECTORS. HON. ANDREW G. CURTIS, Philadelphia. PAULS, F0RT5ES, of Ilussv'.i & Co., China. FRED. BUTTERFU-iliO, of K. BuUeriicld k Co., Now York. ISAAC LIVERMORE, Trimmer Michigan Central Railroad, Doston. PLECTR1C TELEGRAPH IN CHI N. A . ALEXANDER HOLLAND, Treasurer American Express Company, A'swYorU. HON. JAMES NOXON, Syracuse, N.-iY. 0. II. PALMER, Treasurer Western Union Telegranh Company, New York. FLETCHER WESTRAY, of Westray, Gibbs & ilardeastle, Now Yorn. NICHOLAS MICKLES, Ne-.r l'ork. OFF1CBB.3. A. G. CURTIN, President. N. MIC'KLES. Vice l'resih:u*. GEORGE CONANT, SbcroMi-y. GEORorl' ELLIS (Cishioi- National 15 arik Commonwealth,) Treasurer. HON. A. K. MoCLURE, Philadelphia, Solicitor. The Chinese Government having (through the Hon. Anson Burliogame) concede...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

WOMEN AS FAKMERS. Lizze Leavenworth "writes to the Revolution, from Vineland, N. J., as follows : In Vineland, New Jersey, a place of ten thousand inhabitants, thirtyfive miles south of Philadelphia, -women are demostrating what they can do at farming. These women are not course or illiterate, but some of them have been well educated and possess well-cultivated minds. I do not know how many there are here who own farms, which they have brought into cultivation solely by their own efforts, but I will speak of a few that have come under my immediate notice. The first one who gave me an account of her work is a maiden lady of about forty. She had been a school teacher Agricflltnral Items FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6- in Massachusetts for sixten years • she got weary, as she said, of being the slave for others, and thinking a farmer's life more to her heart, came to Vineland and bought ten acres. She has been here three years, and has five acres in good bearing condition ; all the work excep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

mm* HANGING BACK. Horses will be very commonly found to what is termed "hang back in their stalls," the moment the door is shut and they find themselves alone; some will even do this when persons are present, This is a habit that always excites the greatest ire on the part ofthe groom ; the broom handle or fork usually corrects this attempt, accompanitd by swearinoat the horse, and sundry condernnations of always his eyes, and frequent ly his limbs also. We have seen men insane enough to listen at the door, or watch at a window till they found the horse had committed this heinous sin, then rush into the stable, and chastise him as unmercifully as undeservedly. We might with as much justice punish a man because he moved his person to get ease, when we had placed him in a situation that rendered his position painful; but if any man has found that he could teach the generality of grooms to think before they acthe , has been more fortunate than we have in this particular. The whole ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

•¦-». «> ._• Pack winter apples in dry sand placed in a cellar, they will keep plump aud fresh and rot little.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

GOOD MANAGEMENT NECESSARY. Experience is assumed to be the only sure aud trustworthy guide in testing the merits or qualities of the different breeds of fowls ; and although there must, of necessity, be somewhat.diverse results with the same kinds of fowls, because of the difierent management and care bestowed, yet the weight of the general aud intelligent testimony assi* es a proper verdict in the end. There can be no assured and unfailing success in poultry growing, without careful attention to the whole ro.ine ot duties demanded in the hennery. The generally accented axiom, that "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty," carries an impressive lesson to the poultry breeder, whose experience will ultimately demonstrate, iu that specialty, that constant watch fulness is the price of success. Some men seem to imagine that to secure a good breed of fowls will guarantee their success, irrespective of any agency on their part to keep them good by proper feeding, breeding, etc. Nev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

"A PLACE FOR EVERYTHING AND EVERYTHING IN ITS PLACE." Numerous accidents happen wore utensils are allowed to stand in the stable. Horses coming in and out are almost sure to strike against them. This frightens them ; they run back, hit something else, or run against other horses and get kicked. Should such a thing occur as a horse getting loose in the night (no very improbable circumstane, by-the-by, iu abadly-conducted stable), probably if he walked quietly about, eleven into another horse's stall, if used to each other, no harm might happen ; but if in the dark he gets kicking the buckets about the stable he get frightened ; frightens the other horses, and they all get kicking and snorting together ; and then it is two thousand five hundred and thirty-eights to one that some mischief ensues. Therefore, keep shovel, pitchfork, broom and bucket in a proper place.—Prarie Farmer. Home-Made Mats.—A lady correspondant ofthe Vermont Farmer, gives tha following directions for ma king ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

THE NATIONAL, BELLEFONTE, PA., FRIDAI MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 6 November 1868

Apple Snow Balls.—This elegant and wholesome dessert may be made as follows :—Pare and core several large apples, filling the holes with orange or quince marmalade, or with lumps of sugar flavored with a teaspooniul of lemon juice. Boil the apples in hot paste, (potato paste made without shortening is the best) and make the crust of an equal thickness. Bake them in tins in a moderate oven ; and ice them with a sugar frosting one-quarter of an inch thick; harden them at a distance from the fire, that they may not be browned. Lemon Dkops—May be made by stirring the essence or extract oflem on into refined sugar in a clean pan. Having filled a pan, with a lip, twothirds full with paste, stir it over the fire with a bone or ivory handle until liquid. Then take it off,_ aud continue to stir it; thickening it, if it runs two freely, by means of powdered sugar. Take off the drops from the lip by a wire, and let them fall on a bright tin plate. Remove them two hours afterwards with a kn...

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