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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

gEO. W. FAIRER & CO. No. 4, Bush's Arcade ..'.„..H^? J'ust r?ceived*the' largest stocl: of -¦FURS Ever brought to Centre, c'onntv Thp.v ., , comprises some of the best nmlwialinnf i°^ SJS^-^ lpto M ^^™s $4.00 to $125 PER SETT ^&b^S 3^h^,^^in Misses' Hose, Inserti^ana E?!eil G™" ^'d Ladics, Gent's and Jlisses' knit Panti S,',I vit?' Paper Collars and Cutis,, Scarfs li clAw " Fancy and plainer style; of Gloves *iUCksk,n' sas^iic'-ste c?cr : netc Merin°5- "Jl LADIES" FURNISHING GOODS Eiabracnigaflne nWtmcnt 'of Pater * "Rret^ -?r°ie °S CbiS^n-*.HairPlai*-" % ¦ ,e , , , , and -Tjwn Hoop Skirto-; and ¦ -T- ,v.T-^ tJobe-'itaf'ortmentof LADIES'. & MISSES SHOES To ba found in Eeilefonte. Also a f no „.„rt '^S'^, ^;-?*lI'«na'WinttTHa»Td * V" < - fl*hr~->,AIso a 'ar?e as.-ortment of . -Bine .-All aci.fi, Fancy Plaiil Cashmere, • biamped Api ons, Knit ....... backs, Pur Hoods, Workinc '. ... Canvas.',Black andColorcd Telv11.«, Bonnet .. Eibl.ou. aiid e...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

THE BLESSING OF PERFECT J- SIGHT can only be obtained by using PERFECT SPECTACLES. The difficulty of procuring which is wall knowrj MESSES. LAZAEUS& MOERIS, OCULISTS AND OPTICIANS, HARTFORD, CONJY., Manufacturers ol the Celebrated PERFECTED SPECTACLES, have after years of experience, experiment and the erection of cottly machinery, teen enabled to produce that GRAND DESIDEKATUai, PERFECT SPECTACLES. which have been sold with unlimited satisfaction to the wearers in New England, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and British provinces during the past nine years. Those Celebrated Perfected Spectacles never tire the eye, and lastmany years without char -e G. W. PATTON, DEALER IN JEWEI.KY, WATCHES, ETC., Solo Agent for Bellelonto, Pa., from whom only, they can bo procured. t£T "WE EMPLOY NO PEDLARS. -CCa Oct. 2, 'Gc-ly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

TJKi TAYLOR'S OLIVE BRAXo-H BIT TEES.. ™ir^-i GLLI -AI 'I) ERAE B . ¦ -^fC STIMULANT, STOJ1ACHIC• AM) CARMINATIVE B1TIER«; EXTRACTED ENTIRSLi' ^OM HERBS A»D ROOTS.. . "I«KLT BENEFICIAL 15 DYS-. . PEPSIA, OENEHAL »BBILITY' AND LOSS •i'APPETlTI; ANDAN E-NCELLEUT COKRJtCTIVE, •SSn.r 1'r*?60-v8 SU-rFEEINU PROM DISORDERS OF THE, - BOWELS, FLATULENCE, AC. • SOLD EVERY WHERE-. Depot, No, 413 Market Street, Philadelphia. J. JK. TAYLOR & CO. IQOGSlygtr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

THE NATKMAL. BBLLEFOyTE, PA., FRIDAY MORNING, -NOVEMBES 13. 1868 — iimw 111 i in 111 ¦¦ i n in i mi - in ¦ ---.- ¦¦ ..-rrsu,.--. *• v-' ¦» J-' *—' y JtJXiJLJUJLiXl. J. w-a..• JsaJ oO^ .--¦-'., -'','--

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

rjISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that tha partnership lately existing between John Maliphunt and James Cline, of Bellefonte, Pa., under the firm of Maliphani t Cline, was dissolved on the 9th day of November, 1SG8, by mutual consent, John Maliphiint is- authorized to set io all debts duo to and by the company. He will also continue tho business of selling fish and oysters at tho ol 1 stand, and respectfully solicits tho patronage of his Iriends and formor natrons. JOHN MALIPIIANT. 1113 3t JAMES CLINE. TjISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that the partnership lately existing between James Cline'and Jesse Morgan, of Bellefonte, Pa.,' under the linn of Cline <& Morgan, was dissolved oh tho 9th day of November, 1868, by mutual consent. Jesse Morgan is authorized to settle all debts due to anil by the company at the old stand, where he will continue. tie business and solicits the patronage of his friends and former customers. JAMES CLINE. 1113 3t JESSE MORGAN, NE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

: |fA:TTENTION^! #>.. •/£--& I 4i W':/U£r^: •->'¦ -B ."N V -0 *-§; ;•--£ " l\ ^ :' [ ' ^ONEY^tND TIME'^VYEtfV By going direct to HGWEEK. GILLffiAND&CO im % BtJSH"s 1 aecaIbe: r-^x .¦( .- ----BELLEP'ONT'Ef'PA'f'' '"' ¦ r'e^-¦ ¦ ' ' To purchase everything in tho line of' LADIES' KRESS GOODS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, i&i BOOTS AND SHOES, GROCERIES, '¦ • ' QUEENSWARE, -. .. ^ HARDWARE, '* *• *¦ . , N- TIONS. &C. AC. Our stock, is without doubt, and wo challenge denial, the largest ever opened in Uellcfontc. Our DOUBLE STORE I „,ls literaUv' Packed full of tho finest and Cheapest articles in our line that can be obtained in the eastern markets. Jn Ladies' Furs, We -re ahead ot any, merchant in the County. Although our stock heretofore has been .large, the present completely eclipses anything ever before attempted in , ; this section. An examination will'prove the truth of our . assertions. Remember the Place ! : HO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

,rS. , ..Philadelphia.'1 -: Samples Sent Jr(elv,->,T; ;]. ,..l:rn orrl'-retl.' ': '' ' ' - , . 1 CiOiUSly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

The "Bellefonte Katioxal" having been removed to its new location, in Buslis' hotel building, in West JBcllefonte, will have increased facilities for turning out more and hotter Job Work than any other establishment in Central Pennsylvania.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

TREMENDOUS Stock of Hon i JBlanliets, Buffalo Robes, and Bucksi Gloves.-ut" . . ¦ , . , 10:2:'CS BURNSIDE& THOMAS' 1 ¦ ' : 1 >. PANB'S - ¦ - , . ';•"??;, ¦ ? . ¦--.•. ¦ ¦: - "" AMERICAN AIK-TlwHT ';"-_HTJATIN'G A C00CING \¥t:"'iA. 1ST G- El r=i£sfc-a-m 'si | mmiswa-v-t".¦;'^S5 ^mmMMm^^404 rclf^^A^ifcria-L ^fes--.»=£&--':.-:rEli-'/'!!:. .V"'Y"tJ5^:v c^m^^m^^m f^i^^^fc

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

/° '"v'-° "amination snd warrant every Rangs which wo set to give entire satisfaction. Also Manufacturing Dealers in \ .LOW CRATES, REGISTERS, VENTILATORS, And Agents for the Celebrated Magee Patent Heaters, Ranges and Storas. RAND, PERKINS & CO., No. 12-1 N. Sixth Street, •- PHILADELHHIA, PA. ,. Son^ for descriptive 'Circular., Oot3 -18 -.-....-.' ' ' ' - ' • i.. ii. . i •. , . ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

AMATTJERS. Donald G. Mitchell, (Ike MarvellJ complains that the speakers at agricultural fairs are in the habit of giving too much rose color to their statements, and of dwelling upon the poetic side of farm life, to the exclusion of the practical and matter-offact experiences of the farmer. He looks at it in this way : For a man who is thoroughly in earnest, farming offers a grand field for efforts; but the man who is only half in earnest, who thinks that costly bavns, imported stock, and a nicely rolled lawn are- the great objects of attainment, may accomplish pretty results, but they will be small ones. So the diletantti farmer, who has a smattering of Science, whose head is filled with nostrums, who FRIDAY NOVEMBER 13 Agriciiltiirallteiffls thinks his salts will do it all, who doses his crops now to feebleness, and now to an unnatural exuberance, who dawdles over his fermentations while the neighbors' oxen are breaking into his rye field, who has no managing capacity, wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

HOW TO PRODUCE GOOD BUTTER. Although scrupulous cleanliness is absolutely essential in every thing that pertains to the dairy, as well as a perfectly pure atmosphere in and around its precints, for the production of good butter, there are other matters connected with successful dairy farming that are eqully essential, and where not attended to, serve to cast blame on those in actual contact with the dairy, while real culprit is/nover thought of. j{^|^Hfflttlj|Kaji@fl|feBB^the dairy "*gj"g"SBjl|Mj^^ aS^SSaHKureaESB^fES^lriPQ n *•' sweet ipeaings i^ispefer^HjBiWossible to produce good bjJSffBrartilk is one the of most deliflSPjHpuctions the farmer has t^^Hn^ith. Herbage or food of an raBMgPf contracts the slightes flavflRfiRra'ii'ity communicates itinstarj^MWTO milk, as it is secreted. In Wgffl&gff er ar)d autumn monthes thencBHSii snou'd be as carfully of noi^oj^p^tter, cr ill-tasted plants and weeds as is the neatest kept flower garden. It is a well known fact turnips of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

DRYING APPLES. The Germantown Telegraph gives these seasonable hints on this topic : Apples should be dried in clear, dry weather, and never be exposed to wet, or the night air. Such exposure turns them to a dark color, which not only lessens the market value of the article when offered for sale, but renders them less desirable for culinary, use. After exposure for some days to the air and sun, remove to a light, airy chamber, and there perfect the process, keeping open the doors and windows while the sun is above the horizon, but securely closed while below. Dried apples manufactured in this way, will be found greatly superior to the same article made in the ordinary careless manner. Sound and perfect fruit should alone be selected for this use. ~».*m i » JUDGING HORSES BY APPEARANCES. I offer the following suggestions, the result of my close observation and long experience. If the color is light sorrel or chesnut, his feet, legs and face white—these are marks of kindness. If...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

The Sex of Eggs.—When, on examining an egg, by holding it between the eye and the light of the sun, or of a candle, the vivifying speck is seen exactly on the top, such in an egg it issaid will produce a male bird; but if, on the contrary, the speck be on one side, it will produce a hen. It is said, also, that that the sex of the embryo bird may be distinguished by shape of the egg; as elongated in shape it will contain a male, but if more globular it will contain a female. So that, if these indications be true, either sex may bropagated at pleasure, which is not yet known to be the case in any other class of the animal creation.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

FOWLS IN THE HOESE STABLE. Fowls should never be permitted jto have access to the horse stable, nor the feed room and haymow. Their roost should be entirely separate from the stable ; so that they may not be ready to slip in whenever the door is opened, and that vermin, which infest fowls, may not reach the horses and cattle. It is a well known fact that fowls of all kinds frequently drop a very sordid, offensive, clammy, and viscious odor and when allowed to go on the haymow, or in the feeding-room, or any part of the barn, they damage more fodder than we are wont to suppose. Some horses are always afraid of fowls, and when one enters the man ger, or rack, the timid horse will immediately surrender the whole right however hungry he may be, to the lawless intruders.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

It seems inevitable that meat of all kinds will be dear this Winter. The sheep-pox has broken out in Holland, Schleswig, and Holstein, and the rinderpest has appeared in both these countries and in Northern Russia, There is likely, then, to be a brisk demand for what surplus we may have oi Indian corn and cured meats. —¦*——^s>.» » Now iathe day" and now the hour to fatten hogs fast, for a bushel of corn will make more pork in moderate weather than a bushel and a half in cold weather. LIQUID MANURE. We believe there is no system of enriching the land for small gardens, with a view to perfectfal of crops, so truly economical and so easily available as that of using liquid manure. We occasionally hear of a gardener, or an amatuer grower of some special plant or crop, that has practiced enriching with liquids, bat it is only occasionally ; yet the result of every record is in its favor, and a searching inquiry into any extra production of fruit, flower, or plant almost inva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

ijoustbrptrs' gtrmrtmeirt, Queen Podding.—One pint of bread crumbs, one quart of sweet milk, one of sugar, yolks of four sgp,« well beaten, butter the size of--iie8g grate the rind of one l->--^n and add to the above in_,:edients;; squeeze out the juice of the lemon and add the white of the eggs beaten to a froth and one teacup of white sugar | o be spread on the top of the pud-SiDg after it has been baked until done, but not watery ; set it in the oven for a few minutes and serve with butter. If needed for a omsr party it improves the appearance by spreading on the top of the pudding when taken from the oven a layer of preserves or jelly, and tnen the su gar and whites of the eggs over the jelly; set it back in the oven and bake slightly, to be served when cold , cut in slices it is very beau-siful.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

mm Custard Cake.—Three eggs, beat yolks and white separately, a cup of powdard sugar, one and a half cups of flour, teaspoon of cream tartar, half a teaspoon of soda, and a little salt. For the custard, a pint of milk, teacup of sugar, two eggs, two tablespoons of corn starcn1 , flavor with lemon extracts. Make two loaves. When the cake is nearly cold, split the loaves, and fill with the custard. AppLes.—Take fir***,, well flavored apples, such as pippins, &c. Pare quarter, and boil them until tender, but not so long as to break in pieces. Then add as much sugar as will sweeten to taste, and let the whole boil up at once or twice. Fill the cans or jars, and seal well. Few articles for winter desert or the teatable will be found more delicate. To Stew a Shoulder of Mutton Bone and flatten a shoulder of mutton, sprinkle over it pepper and salt, roll it up tightly, bind it with tape and put it into a stewpan that will just hold it, pour over it a well seasoned gravey made...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

' * — Cream Pie.—Three eggs well beaten, one teacup of sugar and one of sweet cream to fill two drop pie plate, bake until done without much -whey. Line the pie plate with a crust made with one-third lard and two-thirds water; be particular and see that the crust is well put on.This kind of pie is delicious, flavor with nutmeg. Rice Pudding.—Pick over and wash a teacup of rice, boil it in water until soft and the water is evaporated, then add two quarts of sweet milk, one cup of sugar, two well beaten eggs, flavor with: nutmeg, add a little salt, baka until it wheys a little. I

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 13 November 1868

INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA FROM GERMANY, in 1835. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, and HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC. PREPARED BY DR. C. il. JACKSON, PoiLADiarBU, Pa. The greatest known rcmedicifor Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, Nervous Debility, JAUNDICE, Disease* ' the Kidneys, ERUPTIONS of the SKIN, and all Diseases arising from a Dliordered Iilver, Stomach, or iitprmxxT ox1 the moon. Read the following symptoms, and if you find that your system it affected by any of them, ym may rest auured that disease has commenced its attack on the most important organs of your body, and unless toon cheeked by the use of powerful remedies, a miserable life, toon terminating in death, will be the result. Constipation, Flatulence. Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity or the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food. Fulness or Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations. Sinking or Fluttering ot the Fit of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head. Hurried or Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Hear...

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