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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

SEPARATORS, REAPERS, &C. in RAIN SEPARATORS' OT Oeiser's Patent Soll-ilognlntins; Oram Separator, CioaneranuKa<rger, with the J.-itcrf improved Triple-Geared Hwto I'mvor. driven either by go.-ir or belt. This niaehiiio will thresh and clean your grain perfectly, renh for market, by one operation, with morn agreeableness to hands than the old way uf threshing. DRILLS. Tho celebrated Willoughhy Patent (Juni Spring Orain Drill can't be beaten in ibe country for rocky or stumpy ground. No breaking of pins! Nn hunching of grain .' KEAPEliS. Tho Ohio Harvester is now lnk:'.;.!r tiio lead among reapers and mower.-;. It isac:^.b:::cd ltcupcr, and Jfoiver, has two drive \v!n >'!¦=, a drop and platform, and gives cither side or rear delivery. Is easily manairod fi-r !:-i'.-c: ar.d man. KATCES. Pratt's Patent Horse .Hay-Hake is the. best in the market. 20,1)00 nftheiu arc.in: v in use, and give universal satisfaction.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

ITOUKM. Gla.lding's Horse Hay Forks, with the above named machines, with repairs for the same, are all being sold by J. i». ZIMMKHJIAN, who can be seen at IJushV Arcade, No. 6' , Bellefonte, Pa. April 10, '6S. tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

TVLECTRIC TELEGRAPH IN C H I N A '. THE EAST INDIA TELEGRAPH CO.M PANY'S OFFICE. No. 23 i 25 liassau Street, 2,'jv York. Organized under fpeciai charter from the Slate of New "Cork. CAPITAL S-o,iJ00,0D0 $50,000 SHA11F. K. $il-0 EACH. DIRECXOicS. II02T. ANDREW G. CL'IU'JN". Philadelphia. PAULS, J?0»nES, of llasseil & Co., China. ' FJtED. BUTTEiLFIELD. of F. liutk-i-lield & Co,, New York. ISAAC LIYERMORE, Tr< usurer Michigan Central K.iilruad, ijystwn. ALEXANDER HOLLAND, Treasurer American Express Company, Now York. HON. JAMES NOXON, S\i:ieuse, N. Y. 0. II. PAJjMKH, Treasurer Western Union Telegraph Company, New York. FLETCHER WEd'i'liAY, i,f Westray, Gibbs & Hardcastlo, New Y"r!:. NICHOLAS illCICLES, Xuw York. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

OFFICERS. A. G. CVRTIZ, Pi-eWiLn'. N. MICKLES. Vice l're.-i l.nt. GEORGE COXANT,.Sec-i--tai-y. GEORGE ELLls (Ca-diic- Xational Bank Common wealth,) Treasurer. HON. A. K. MoOLoRB, Philadelphia, Solicitor. The Chinese Government having (through the Hon. Anson Uur!ing..inc) conceded to tbis Ccmpany tho piivilego of couuectius tho great seaports of the Empire by subm.irinc electric (' ' telegraph cable, wepropo.-:c coinineirc'ng operations in China'and laying du.yn a lir.c of nino hundred miles at once, between tlio following jiorts", viz : Population. Canton l,0!.'l),lji'.fl Macoa (30,000 Jlcng-Kong 2,,tl,(i00 Sw'a'tow.; Cy:i,-Jd0 Auioy......v. 2j0,t:00 Poo-Chow...;. 1.2.i0,tli)0 Wan-Chu 'SUO.IIOO Kingpo ,.A. -10(1,000 Hang Cheat) JiHL....l,20O,0UU Shanghai wgflrrE«L..3.0')0.06-J Total l^HB^^BtO 10,000 These purls have :i f("'"£HK£aH9fi& of $000,000,000, and an cuiwHSOTJ&tic trude,besides whk-b we have tli9|HffllH3^t tcrhal curnmcruo of the Eitipir^&BKUM fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

THE ANVIL STORE STOVES, ^ STOVES, STOVES The Anvil Store is now receiving the largest and best lot of Stoves over brought to the market, among which is the justly celebrated ORIENTAL PARLOR STOYE VXblXiX43 alOJOU UJV , ., .^.J-J X .I JJ, all sizes, Parlor Heaters, for chamber above These stoves have no equal for beauty or utility NIAGARA COOK, Four sizes. SUSQUEHANNA COOK, -Four sizes. NEW AND IMPROVED PARLOR GAS BUHNERS, Four Sizes. NEW STYLES EGG STOVE. NEW STYLE ARCTIC. NEW STYLE PICKET STOVES, and various other patterns, also Heating Furnaces for dwellings and churches, to bo put up with bricks, and portable, casfd with galvanized sheet, to be used without bricks, which will heat from four to eight rooms, according to size. 9 25 tf lit WIN & WILS OZ. ¦ 3 25 tr XllWl^i a: \vii.»Ui>.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

pETEKAlcAlAIION, Guarantees to give entire satisfaction in tho BOOT AND SHOE BL rrifiN!::SS. Employing none lint the verv BEST WORKMEN He feels safe in rei]Uivtiiigi-vi'-.-yoi!.-wii.i-.vishr: a neat titling boot <>r:-mn-,«! :i r. a.- ,u.i!.ie , i-jr, to give him a call, at the iHo-iIo.-a.^t i .n-neroY tin Diamcnd. nIEJir.,iBt»Jiai»JWT»*iHtVrat^Cf-JrKT: jU~>^--.r-AH^LJ.v .:t_» t,i.»-.—„-;i riEORGEA. LOSE'S NEW LIVERY STALL!:. An entirely new stock of [L>rs..-. Car.i-ig^, Buggies, oic, for hire, t'nvuie ia:ii!i;.-s i'mi--nished with safelmrscsaud good earti.-i _''¦-• The stock is entirely new and lint i,;V. to l:--iii-i'i:u;e. inquire cither at the 1 .'roe!..-.-ho;.1 Ii-m.-.'-iv ut the stable. ¦ '-' IIII" TT ^RTTTT JARS & CANS. ^Rurr JARS & CANS. ^ ilt'U.-E KEEi'EKS TAh'li NOTICE A largo lot ofthe most imjnov. d hinds for sale by J. J; J. UAURI.H. Aug. 9, 'fi7-H ' OP.S^HOES, NAILS, and Norway Rods for sale by uiar23.*GS ¦!. A J....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

NEW ASVEETISEMEI'JTS. ]7'INE GROCERIES-Modbq Got ¦ ~... J?°.L"''^'"venmiciitJava, best quality iil LioLo-Jee , Lrown Coh' oc, Best Oolong Blaci leas, „rccn Teas, Levering Syrup, Colder fryrup, Drips, lino article Baking MoIa-sc= A"«» and everything in tho Grocery 1-inc ti tlie lowest cash price. If you want the be*I iirnc.c ol Groceries- in tho market, BUlti' Sllv^i & TitOilADMsUicplacc. TT ffi proverbial in Bellefonte and JL throiighout the county if you want rgood fi^ticle go to BUIiXSIDE'8 & THOMAS. WHITMANS Celebrated Con-Vy fcetioncrics, Whitman's celebrated CbocoT^o, Dither's Chocolate, Smith's Chocolate, China Ginger, English Pickles, American Pickles, £c, at BUHNSIDE'S & T//0MAS' T ESTHER of all descriptions.— JLj French Caif Kkine, Spanish Sjlo4Lea-Ihc'r, Momccocs, Shoop Skins, Linings, aud everything in the Leather line. Warranted to gsro sjtisfiietioii. UUKXSIDE & T//0MAS. (SHOE MAKER'S TOOLS and >3 i^inl^!g|s in all their va...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

J SATHER!— The best Buenos JLJ Ayrcs at-o.) to :;;. ets-no eutujj Orinoca—lS#keavy flushed California—but the real, gen-Lucnos Ayres Spanish Sole at 3.1 to 35 cts. per lb., to Bo had at. AiJUAJI SL'SSMAX'S. High Street, Bellefonte, Pa. Marasmr. r.OR SALE.—The residence of i- Judge shalur. on th.i earner of Allegheny and Howard sjjtvts, coulaiuiug twelve rooms, hmsued atUc^iut aud cjUI water in bulb, room, kitchen and wash house, gas, furnace, range and brick smoke house. Lot ,~,i> by -juil'feet. good staole, chickeii yard and garden. House recently lvntted. Tennsoasy. Apply to W.M. P. KEY.. 2< OLDS, or on (ho premises. octi-St ^IRY VIEW- ACADEMT COR '3Ea.4E- AND FEMALE PUPILS, Koar flirjgpeiry villc station ofthe Penn'a.It. K., in Juniata county. Winter seA-ion comnienccs Nov. 1, ISOs. All the branches ol'a tir-t rate education thoronghlv taught, and the utmost ea.r.« tiilcen to promote thecoml'ort and iml>niv4'iiM'lit of the pnpi.'s. ^ j^eid, l^tawiug and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

18Z&IXnaifif3!£Z33ti&aSBI[WM,VBXcJ HAKDWARB. u.u-;-J:jfjifrT-'i?r.aMT7«=i=-£— ¦•irjf'^r,1ff<fT',f;'g»"'r»lTTT TIH ""'II ' "" JRWIN & "WILSON are constantly receiving now goods in their lino. II A R D W A R E of every description at reduced prices—now being opened every day. mar29th f AMPS OF EVERY VARIE J-J ty and kind at IRWIN * WILSON'S TpvlROMETERS and Tiiermonic-JU> tersat Hi WIN & WILSON'S. ''PILE ANVIL STOUEls "iiowro^ A cciving a large and well assorted Stock of Hardware, Stoves, Wails, Horso Shoes, Saddlery, Class, Paints, Sheet, Ear and Hoop Iron,.iIso Buggy and waggon Stock of every desription.—Call and supply yourselves at the lowest possible rates. nov9 IRWIN & WILSON. Q GALES, at Wholesale and Retail, kJ> cheap, by IRWIN & WILSON. deeSt'flo TflNE TABLE CUTLERY, JL including plated forks, spoons, Ac, at mar2 IRWIN & WILSON'S. pOOKET CUTLERY—aU makes -k. and prices at IuwiS &amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

MERCANTILE. EWTLN A1?DSHEETIRON WARE MANUFACTORY, Immediately opposite IJtislfs lluildiirg, on the west side of Spring Creek, L' ellefonto, Pa. JOHN II. LONEBERGER, formerly doing business in this lino in P.ish-p street, has again established a Tin and Sh.- : Iron Ware Manufactory, in tho locality alio, ¦. mentioned, where lie is prepared to supply ti.-! public with every article desirable in ln< branch of tho tr.tdo at Ltvr.vn Piuoks, a ¦ I wares made of tho luSt Materials. HOOFING AND SPOUTING will receive prompt attention, and. at rcns'iable rates, aud everything desired'in this li ¦< will he promptly mado to suit parties.\ f^Si-Q^n Iiios. Coi'i'Bn, 1'nwTBii .f.» Rags, taken in exchange for manufacte • i articles. ILAPlK THE PLACE! XEAU Xl-'.W mtrngggg^ fouxdky. fmti&B )&\(u \ cus^oirrLTcrr-—- ^^^WW^l/U IN FOUR Y1-: -... PATRONIZE THE BK-iT. Having tho largest capital, most oxpori.. ¦-. I buyers, and extensive trade of any com-. . : , tho Dollar ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

TTEADQUARTERS FOR GKNJLJl TLEMSN'S FDBHMINfi GOODSj K'o.fT, Brocktrhoof Row. A r.'-w assortment oi' (iair/e. M.-rioo. 1.1 1 •,, and .fi'.-iu I'.ndershirhi and drawi-rs. Nc-i -i , andbuw-siif i.-very desei-iptiiui. glov.-s. s:i, . o.' dor j collars, huts, cap:!, &c, by W. W. MONTGOMERY, -MKllCIIAXT TAILOil -AND CLOTH.".::. A-icr.t for the celebraluil Singer Sew'm-' Mi '''i"'-'- _ Sl'ilsif flUO. PECK'S" NEW " ' ICK CREAM AND DINING SAL OCX In room formerly occupied bv C. If. Stonoroi 1 under Hush's arcade, lloais lu-eparcd at ail hours. A lir.-t class BILLIARD TABLE connnccted with tho Restaurant. Tllr A t GREAT VARIETY oflw JIjL. ;. and Shoes, /Aits and Caps, at rannul' .i. turers prices. With an attractive)room, olicai, and desirable, goods, attentive and polite clui ks. and a close attention to business, the uiidei signed hope to receive the sarnasharo of your inlluenca and patronage which was'ao kindlv bestowed heretofore. STERNBERG <fc BRANDEIS. ^~\() TViTA t0 be...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

T « I « S $ 3IISCELLANEO US. DAND'S AIR-TIGHT GAS BURNING HEATER, WARRANTED BEBEST. SEFF-FEEDING EVAPORATOR. Satisfaction G-uaranteed. RAND, PERKINS & CO., MANUFACTURING DEALERS IN Cooking Ranges, Low Grates, Registers, Ventilators, . ALSO AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED Magee Pjitent Heaters, Ranges and Stoves. NO. 124 NORTH SIXTH STREET NO. 124NORTH SIXTH STREET kffiLADELPHIA, PA. ^KBg^^Hfett Circu lar. ^^8HHp vi ^SBBT o - ' r^W o-W' ^) ' ( OOl H eg O ' B °° OS ' §. s° i ^ i s r\ «r> e » w »p p ¦ ¦ . i« & gPM ^ c " m g 2? 1 !a oq (-' g ~.. '- g , " H ffl« CO 1 »3 r—it w 2 o' ^ ^ ^ . s y 6 55$ 03 aT CD M ^£l\ hi r^ I P* I* j£ . n 5S3 ' ^ "« fl S -g &

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

"PYRE & LANDELL, FOURTH A ARCH STS., PHILADELPHIA. Good Black SILKS, Good Colored SILKS. 186S. 18GSPALL GOODS OPENING. FANCY AND STAPLE. Lyons Silk Velvets, New Style Shawls, New Dress Goods, Q-ood Blankets, Table Linens, Sheetings and Shirtings, Cloths and Cassimeres Ji. 13. New Goods received daily in large, ots for Jobbing. EYRE <£• LANDELL, . 10 Ifi-etjw 4th & Arch, Philadelphia. ICE CREAM FREEZERS, Bath Tubs, Clothes Racks and Universal Clothes Ringers, for sale by may4'6C J. & J. HARRIS. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF GLASS and Mirrror Plate of all sizes, and glass cut to anj required sizo or shape by scp2V66 J. <f> J. HARRIS. <H00 PER MONTH—AGENTS. «© Wanted, Male or Female, that can cam from $55 tc 8100 a month at their -own homes, and all expenses paid. For full particulars address with two stamps. IS. E. LUCKWUOD. 10 IU b't* Agent. PALL AND SEE THE CHAMXJ PION CLOTHES WRINGER !_The best article in that line ever offered to ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

WHO DIDIT? WHY CLINE. & MORGAN DID IT. AND THEY DID IT JUST RIGHT. They believe that whatever is worth doing at all 1b worth doing well. -twkuafttK p?iu. ciplo they hare opened a fSK^Bl FIRST-CLASS MEAtHBBet, In Sirs. Irvin's store room qSS^^H side of the Diamond, and two doorj|^^^Buic-They will' -slaughter good cfl^^HUiv and will therefore have constH^^^Buw'ls good fresh meat of every dcscriffl^^HT Ihey will also keep for the acSHHBi 0t customers chickens, eggs, buttoflMMHjB| good—a little extra nice, let thoSHwRw CLINE & MORGAN'S CITY MEAT MARKET. 9 is 'tis tf WANTED AGENTS.—-MALE * or 1 'emale.—Can clear 850 per week at their own home, in a light ami honorable business. Any person having a few hours cUillv to .spend willlind this a good paying business Address, sending two stamps, for full particul lam e. E. LOCKWOOD, 10 16 Ot Detroit, Mich. LADIES' GAITERA«g^eii^ Shoes, and Sundown's^HK^E add-A. MILITARY CLAI^HNL w;n attend to all business cntrus^H^^^Rcare. "Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

pbant & Pile for their kind invitation to a superb oyster supper on Monday evening last. "We oystered, and in the fulness of our gratitude, we must say that these gentlemen Lave found out'oiu- only ;iveak point. They have opened out extensively at their new stand, corner of Race aud High streets, where, fiicy have dining saloons for both ladies and gentlemen, and are prepared at all times to do the handsome in the way of oyster suppers, etc. They have also in connection with their dining rsaloons, a complete grocery and provision store,- while at the same time their fish market continues to be the best, indeed the only one in town. Thanksgiving day was observed by om- people yesterday in a manner eminently becoming those who properly appreciate the many blessings with wbich we are favored. Appropriate services was held in the different churches. • Siiockixg Death—Mrs. Deyine an old lady aged about sixty years, met death in its most excruciating form, on Saturday last. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

THAT MYSTERIOUS BOX. ' Mr. Secretary Stnuton,' Before thev liad Grant on, Received a mysterious uox. ' •Twas said to hold money—'Twas fastened so funny, With rivits, with bands, and with locks. And mighty legal scholsirs Said thousands of dollars Were held, in that package so strong; So in sale «i>;ilrnicnt, Below War Department, They kept it, for ever so long. But early Wednesday moiiiing, They thought, rod tauc, scorning, Its contents to light they'd expose; With great expectations, Oh, queer revalation! Now the ladies send nelilion To hold exhibition Ot Calico, Wrapper, and ail-But the men folks are rushing, And crowding and pushing, Tor clothing of all kinds at LOEB, MAT & LOEB'S. The folks at the War Department were batlb/ sold- Jell's cast-off feminines may be exhibited, as an object of national curiosity ; but for general usefulness, durability, economy and beauty, the citizens of this great county seek their apparel, for both maraud female, which is to be ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

igrienltnral Items. FRIDAY KOVEMBEB, 27. %^fyrMs% ¦ ¦ «_*IM? H \£ * 4**fW» *• .ws«* %iJggPF WOW TO GET THE BOYS TO STAY AT HOJrIE. The boys catcli new idea 3 much more rapidly than their fathers, and ¦ with the impulsiveness of youth, want to test them. They go to the Fairs, and see the fine stock, the new tools, the premium fruits and vegetables. They read the papers, if they have them at home, and if they have not, they borrow them. Agricultural papers are greatly multiplied, and no religious or political paper quite does its duty without furnishing a column or two, wsekly, iioricultural matter for its readers. People who read at all cannot very well keep themselves in the dark in regard to the changes that are coming over our husbandry. If tho father keeps up with the times, has agricultural papers and books reads, thinks, and practices, he retains the confidence of his boys, and can readily guide them. But, if he is a man of routine, and keeps in tho rats, the boys soon beco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

A SUPPLY OP EGGS IN WINTER. To insure a good supply of eggs during the winter, hens must be fed with materials that contain a good supply of those substances from which eggs arc formed. Fresh meats chopped fine, bits of fish, rinds of cheese, such like things saved from the table are excellent. They too should occasionally bo feed with vegetables. Boiled cabbages is good, and the same may bo said of potatoes and carrots. Too many farmers reverse the food that should be fed to hogs and poultry. They give the hogs all the warn cooked leavings lrom the table, aud furnish the hens with breakfast, dinner, and supper from the corn crib. The opposite rule would be the better one, for both hen and hog. Hens like a variety of food, and iu the winter when they are kept in close quarters, and their digestion is accordingly impaired from the want of excercise, they require some cooked food. Scraps of cooked meat make an excellent dish for hens, once a day. Nor must lime or pul verized bones...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 27 November 1868

Coi.tivtino Orchards. — Ihe Maine Farmer furnishes an example of the benefit resulting f.iom cultivating apple orchards, in that of W. Loabard, of Augusta, who has some 170 trees, mostly old, well cultivated the soil stirred about as far as the limbs extend, and theground mulched with refuse straw, potato tops, cornstalks, &c One of Tallman Sweet tree yielded six barrels, which at $5 a barrel brought $30. Tha whole orchard iu one year yielded $013 in Jpiit sold; Sand the present, not a waring year,-$200.

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