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

StfpBtatistics are%anted ofthe amount ^M good material lost in poor butter, stale eggs, decayed fruit, toughrireat and flour that will not rise.

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

LARGE CHOPS OF BSBKIES. E. Morris states the Horticulturist, that he has known the present season, great fields of strawberries in New-Jersey to clear §312 per acre, and that the lardest crop he lias known in the State realized a profit of $515 per acre. Much evidently depended on good management—one farm affording large crops, while on one adjoining the failure was almost total. He mentions a crop at the west of the Wilson strawberry, that yielded 253 bushels on an acre, giving a clear profit of §1,509—the cultivating being done with a one-horse plow. This would be twenty cents per quart, clear of all expenses of cultivating, picking, marketing, &c. This amount of crop has been exceeded; in one instance we knew a crop yielding at the rate of about 400 bushels per acre. Mr. Morris mentions a case of Dorchester blackberries in the suburbs of Burlington, his place of residence, the bushes being set alternately with peach trees fourteen feet apart—if all blackberries, the g...

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

KEEPLKTG VEGETBLES. Sink a barrel two-thirds of its depth into the ground (a box or a cask will do better :) heap the earth around the part projecting out ofthe ground, with a slope on all sides; place the vegetables that you desire to keep in the vessel; cover the top with a water-tight cover, aud when winter sets in throw an armful of straw, haj-, or something of that sort, on the barrel. If the bottom is out ofthe cask or barrel, it will be better. Cabbages, celery and other vegetables will keep in this way as fresh as when taken from the ground The celery should stand nearly perpendicular, celery and earth alternating. Freedom from frost, case of access, and especially freshness and freedom from root, are the advantages claimed.—Journal of Horticulture. + ..-^^.1 »——- It is a bad practice to leave young cattle and colts to take their chances among older cattle. The older ones will get the best picking, while they need least. They will select the best shelter and warmest beds...

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

GOOD AND BAD FARM STOCK. There is no fact in agriculture more fully established than that it ¦ will not pay to keep poor stock, when it is possible to secure that of better quality. A few years since the rage of Durham, Alderny' Devon and other choice breeds of cattle prevailed very extensively thorought the country Fabulous prices were paid for superior animals of these breeds, and there appeared to be a fair prospect of something like a reform in the matter of stock raising. Like so many other movements in agricultural, this spirit of improvement has subsided, and we find our farmers relapsing into their former apathy. Should this be? Tne cost of keeping an inferior cow is precisely the same as that of a better one. A good horse will always command a better price in the market, or is more valuable to its owner for his own purpose than a poor one. The cost of keeping is the same. Why not, then, raise good horses ? There are breeds of swine* that grow rapidly and fatten upon muc...

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

Fattening Cattle.—Fattening of all animalt, lay on flesh very rapidly as the weather grows cooler. Keep*beeves and sheep m pasture as long as the feed is good, but yard them at night, and feed twice a day with grain, if they are to be marketed soon ; otherwise simply feed so as to be sure they are constantly gaining. Pigs should have cooked food and plenty of it ' Push forward thj^fatteniDo- as rapidly as possiUaj|jHj^0^no season will they gainjjg^K^^eep them clean, and £ij£PHiramPwarm sheltered nests. them JRhhIio gam very rapidly, and ^^^SSPto fatten on scalded mH|P"ith corn, wheat screenings, affiPother food in addition, at day-Hgtit in the morning aud late in the 'afternoon. —Q*-+--<%fr ¦++¦¦+ Coal ashes are said to be improved by covering up in every cart load of ashes, one bushel of lime in its hottest state-for about ten or twelve hours, when the lime will be entirely slaked. The whole is then to be well mixed together and turned over two or three times, when the c...

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

| j oxiszkzzjjsrs' jjpegitrtment. Arri.15 Pi;di>ing.—Pare and stew three pints of apples : mash tljem, and add four eggs, a quarter of a pound of butter, sugar, and nutmeg or grated lemon. Bake on short crust. » '?. ^B^.*—? Country Puunmo.—Put a layer of stale bread crumbs in the bottom of yonr pudding pan, then a layer of tart apples sliced thin. Sprinkle a little sugar over the apples, until your dish is full. Crumbs should form the top layer ; ponV a custard (made same as for. pies) over it, and bake one hour ; eat with sweetened cream. 4- -<•• <SJ*-*-»-^- t Imitation Corn Stracii Pudding-One quart of milk and a little salt; thicken one-third of the milk to a thick, smooth paste with flour; add the eggs well beaten, and stir iu the remainder ofthe milk when it boils. To be eaten cold with cream and white sugar. This is a very nice and healthy pudding, and may be moulded if one wishes it. Dip your moulds in cold water, before putting the pudding in, as the...

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

faooD Hams.—After hams have been smoked, take them down aud thoroughly rub the flesh part with molasses, then immeniately apply ground or powdered pepper, by sprinkling ou as much as will stick to the molasses, when they must be hung up again to dry. Hams treated iu this manner will keep perfectly sweet for two or three years. This must be done before the fly deposits its egg, for after that is done, nothing will stop their ravages. ^—•¦•-<jp-»*—* Duck Pie.—Bone a full grown young duck and a fowl: wash them and season with pepper and salt, a little allspice and mace pounded; put the fowl within the duck, and on the former a pickled calf s tongue, boiled very tender and peeled ; press the whole close ; the skin of the legs should be drawn inward, that of the body of the fowl may be quite smooth ; if approved, the space between the sides of the crust may be filled with a fine forcemeat. Bake it in a slow oven, either in a dish or raised pie-crust, ornamented.

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

HOOFLAUD'S COLUMN. * INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA FROM GERMANY, in 1835. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, and HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC PREPARED BY DR. C. it. JACKSON, ' PmiADELPHU, Pi. The greatest bto-ivn remedies for Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, Nervous Debility, JAUNDICE, Disease " the Kidneys, ERUPTIONS of the SKDT, and all Disomies arising from a Disordered Liver, Stomach, or I3IPTTRIXT pF TBE BXOOD, Read the following symptoms, and if you find that your sysim is affected by any of than, you may rest assured that disease has commenced Us attack on the nwst important organs of your body, and unless soon checked by the use of powerful remedies, a miscrMc life, soon terminating in death, will he the result. DBY GOODS. jpw GOODS. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! At the store oil GEOKGE^ D. PIFER'S NO. 6, BROOKERHOFF ROW NO. 6, BROCKERHOFF ROW NEXT DOOR TO JPOST OFFICE, NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE, Wlioro a fresh supply of JFALL AND WINTER DRYIGOODS, Constipation. Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulness of Bl...

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

EDUCATIONAL. RINITY SCHOOL, CLAYMONT, DELAWAEE. One hour's rido 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, Coarse of Studies, <£c, address. Rev. J. STURGIS PEARCE, July 31,'o8.1m2cwio. Rector. TUSCARORA ACADEMY, FOUNDED 1836. _ The Fall Session of this flourishing Institution will commence on the first Wednesday in September. ' The object of the Institution is to prepare yenng men for the aetive duties of life, to qualify pupils for teaching, and to train thoroughly such as desire to entar College. The instruction embraces the eulture of the mind and heart, so that their powers may be well directed and applied, aid a taste for intellectual pnrsiits and rirtuous habits developed. For further information send for a Circular. Applicants wiil please address D. D. STONE, A. M.,'Prinelpal, or W. A. McDowell, A. M., Associate Princi...

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

LIQUORS. TITHOLESALE WINE AND LIQUOR STORE' J. B. ETTELB. BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE,-.PA In Stone Building formerly occupied by the Keystone Bakery. <& IB All Barrels, Kegs and Casks warranted to contain the quantity represented. The proprietor of this establishment takes pleasure in informing tha public that he hat constantly on band a supply of choiee foreign and domastio liquors such as ho Be | M H I» ' *• es ie bo OLD NECTAR, OLD RYE, MONONGAHELA, AND IRISH WHISKEY. COGNAC, BLACKBERRY, CHERRY, GINGER AND "COMMON BRANDIES. PORT MADERIA, SHERRY AND LISBON WINES. SCOTCH AND HOLLAND GIN, NEW ENGLAND RTJM. JAMAICA RUM, CORDIALS Peppermint, AnDiseed and Rose. The attention of practicing physicians is called to our stock of pure liquors, suitable for medical purposes. Bottles jugs and Demijohns constantly on hand. We have the ONLY PURE Neetar Whiskey in town. All our liquors were bought when liquors were low, and we sell them accordingly. All liquors are warranted to...

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

LIME, COAL, &o. Wm. Shortlidgo. Bod d Valen tine-WOOD AND COAL BDRNT LIME, Always at hand and for salo at tho lowest mar hot price at tlio BELLEFONTE LIME KILNS, on tho Turnplko loading to Milesburg. Tho bes Pittston and Shamolrin Anthracite coal. Also anew conslgnino»fnt plastering, lath, paling, and sawod shingles* salo for cash at ear yard, near south end 9. K. V. K. K. depot 4; 19; 'CT. ' T IME. Fresh burnt lime always on hand and for sale at the lowest market price at tho Sunny-Side Lime Kilns, 'on the Railroad, near Bollcfonto. Wo havo no fear of successful contradiction when wo say that we have tho best lime in tho State. It is free from core and our. kilns arc so constructed that all the ashes arc separated from the burnt lima before it leaves tho Kiln. It is a pure snow white LIME, And makes as fine a finish as the llmo burnt from the marble quarries in tho eastern part of the State. Our facilities for shipping lime aro such that WE CAN FURNISH IT CHEAPER than the...

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

TIME TABLE. PHILADELPHIA & ERIE RAIL ROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. THROUGH AND DIRECT ROUTE BHTWEEN PHILADELPHIA, BALTI. MORE, HARRISBURG, WILLIAMSP0RT, TO THE NORTHWEST, AND THE GREAT OIL REGION OP PENSSTLVANIA. Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains. \ On and after MONDAY, MAY 11th, 1868. the Trains on the Philadelphia & Erie Rail Road will run as follows; „ ., _ . , Westward. Mail Train loaves Philadelphia 11.15 p. m. „ ., ' L,°?k Haven, 9.39 a. m. " arr. at Erie 8 50nnv Erie Exp'ss leaves Philadelphia.„.12.00 ne'en. " " " LockHaven,....lo.llp.m. " " arr. at Brio 10.85 a. rs" ElmiraMail leaves Philadelphia 8.00 a. nili " " arr. at Look Haven..... 7.45 p. in. Eastward. Mail Train loaves Erie 11.00 a. m, " " " Lock Haven 8.55 p.m. " " arr. at Philadelphia..... 7.10a.m. Erie Express leaves Erio 7.40 p.m. " " " Lock Haven.... S.20 a. ra. " " trr. at Philadelphia... J.00 a. a. Mail as4 Sxpress connect with Oil Creek and Allegheny River Rail Road. Baggage cheeked thro...

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

FERTILIZERS. "OAUGH'S COMMERCIAL MANURES tRAPE "MM, ON EVERY >^^BHPpACKAQB BAUGH & SONS, Philadelphia, NORTHWESTERN FERTILIZING CO. CHICAGO, Sole Manufacturers. *RICBB. BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE, $56 per 2000 pounds. BAUGH'S CHICAGO BONE FERTILIZER, $50 per 2000 pounds. BAUGH'S CHICAGO BLOOD MANURE, $50 per 2000 pounds. The above Manures are furnished in both bags and barrels, whichever customers prefer. o^"The Bags are uniform in weight 160 pounds.^rj The attention of Farmers is especially directed to the fact that the sources of the Raw Material of which the above Manures are composed, are so well under control that we can furnish them of strictly uniform quality and condition, and that they eontain a larger percentage of ammonia than any other dais of manufactured manures in the market. BAUGH * SONS, 20 S. Delaware Avenue, Phil's. NORTHWESTERN FERTILIZING CO., Cor. Lake A Laiall* Sts., Chicago. .^S^Baugh's Commercial Manures may be procured from dealers in any...

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

MEDICAL. p p. ghben, ==== DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY. CKa? <ftr*r north of main entrance to - prortflSftftof House, Bollcfonto, Pa, Attft 8c*ffor hi Pure Drugs, Chcml-«o8»r Patent Medicines, Combs, Brushes, Socket Books, Notions, eSSer AOo pure wines and Llauora -*tr Kedrempl purposes wholesale t)jjlj# ft*' Iiomhcrger's Oil-Paste OluitpSfe; Fahncstock & GromfcSinTSWflte Powder, Blade's Eupho-^&t Iittfttcators, and solo ProprleuVwf <J$M3$s$ CBLJSBRATED LIVER PILLS. Gwaairs worm expeller. GBBElWg 7*3214BLE PAIN. KILLER. GKBEIf-j 3UREKA BYE WATER. GjQrasrs coupouni> sye.tjp of tar ASD WILD CHERRY. tffi'fc ^egftBiiart&jg success which has attended tfreajlo of tl^tiboTC preparations, has induced thojWoriflMtbIncrease his facilities for mann wrf5*?*'1 ^l -S8ltaI1'1 ll8 is now PrePare(lto fHl teMve* Pills are of two kinds, and when 4 tif fOjrhection with each other according to ^ reetiojis, the proprietor has no hesitancy in rootonjewSajtr th...

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

MISCELLANEO US. T>EATES Ss MILLER, WholesaleDruggists. > No. 224 N. Third Street, Corner of Branch, rUTLADELPIIIA, Dealers in Drugs, Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Glass Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Spie-•s, Patent Medicines, Ac, <£c, ifce. BT~We guarantee all our goods pure and genuine, and at the lowest marketrates.^Q July 31,'68.1yf J. WASH. VM.LKR. 9ATID B. JLDBR. Miller & Elder, : No. 204 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA, WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS. STATIONERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, and dealers in CURTAIN & WALL PAPERS July Sl,»«8.1yt ¦I1 rj.RAYBLLL & CO., " WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Carpets, Oil Cloth, Shades, YARNS> BATTING, WADDING, GRAIN BAGS, WICK, BROOMS, TWINES, &c. Also WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, No. 845 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA. July31.'68.1yf "DURNS1DE & THOMAS, BELLEFONTE, PA. DEALEBS IN FINE GROCERIES, TEAS, COFFEE, SU GAR k MOLASSES, Pare Undulterated Spices, War ranted to be strictly pur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

DIRECTORY. B. E. V- R. R,—Geo. C, Wilkiks, Sup't. M 'Westward from Bellefonte. Jtnll .» 4.27 P M Accommodation, G.00 A m Through Freight 8.42 a M at Milesburg Eastward from Bcllofonto. .Mail 10.23 am Acommodation 3.55 p at Freight and accom 5.55 p m at Milesburg B. & S. S. R. R—Daniel Rhoads, Sup't. Pass'r, leave...7.45 am I Pasa'r'air....9.50 a. m l'ass'r, " 2.30 p ra| Pass'r arr....5.05 p m p. a. it. connections at tvrone. ^hihv. Exp 7.51 ami Day Exp 7.54 a in Kmiyrant 2.15 p m ( Hail Train..3.00 p m Jfiiil Train 6.44 p in I Oin. Exp 5.11pm H. & Alt. Ac. .8.33 a in | Phil.i. Exp.. 10.27 p m MIFFLIN i. CENTRE CO. BRANCH R. K. SOUTHWARD. 2\o. 1, loaves Lewistown at 7.20 a m , and arrived in Milroy 8.15 a m. No. 2, leaves Penn'a E. E. 11.15 a m., arrives at Jlilroy 12.15 p. m. No. 3, leaves Penn'aRE. 4.05 p. m., arrives at Jlilroy 5.00 SOUTHWARD. ¦ No. 1, leaves Milroy 8.40 a m., and arrives at Penn'a. IMt 9.40 a in. No. 2, leaves Milroy 1.15 a m., and arrives at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

Bellefonte Church Directory. Presbyterian church, Spring street; services at 11 am., and7 1-2 p m ; Rev. Alfred Yoomans, Pastor. This congregation are now erecting a neiv church, in consequence of which, the regular religious services will he held in the Court House until-l'urhter notice. Methodist Episcopal church, High street; services, 10 1-2 a in., and 7 1-2 p m. Prayer meeting on Thursday night. Kev. H. C. Pardee pastor. St. John's .Episcopal church, High street, services at 10 1-2 a m., and 7 1-2 p m. Eev. Byron McUaxn, pastor. Lutheran church', Linn street; services at 10 1-2 a in., and 7 1-2 p m. Eev. Mr. Haekenbcrg, pastor. ' African M. E. Church, west side of creek. Services at 11 a m., and 7 1-2 p ni. Rev'. Isaac Pilin.ell, pastor. . German Eeformcd church, Linn street • services 10 1-2 a m., and 7 1-2 p in. Rev. Mr. Kelly p:istor. Catholic church, Bishop street j services 101-2 a hi., and 3 p m.. Eov. Mr. McGovern,' pastor. United Brethren church, High street, west sid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

B USINESS. CARDS A BOYD HENDERSON, . Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Ofiiec northeast corner .of the Diamond. !>. ..'us. WH. LAU1UME1C, . Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Oflice with the district Attorney, in the Court House. a:4:'C8. ORVIS & ALEXANDER, Attorneys at Law, licllefonte, Pa. Oflice in Conrad House, Allegheny St. 9:.:'GS. JG. LOVE, . Attorney at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. Office with Adam Hoy, two doors below the Press Building, High Street. 9.4:'GS. SD. GRAY, ' . Attorney at Law. Beliefonte, Pa. Oflice with A. O. Furst, Esq.. 11:4.'US. LINN & FURST, Attorneys at Law, Bcllefonte.Pa. 9:4.'08 MCALLISTER & BEAVER, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Pa. • JA-.'GS. TIIAD. P. STEPHENS, Attorney at Law. Otlic. on corner of Al legheuv and llish streets, Bellefonte. 9.-i:'G3. WILSON & HUTCHINSON, Attorneys at Law, Bellefonte, Centre county, Pa. Collections, and all other legal business, in Centre and adjoining counties, promptly atte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

JJ ANKIN & IRWIN, REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS, SirtvforS^ "f,?00l 7 fa™*«n<l other pro-5f thV& gh Hmils1"3 l0tS wltMn and °»*«1» They insure lives in the iEtna leal^lSSStt^Sf rromptand economa^^e - r^convp '^f"1^"1"1-" ™° InsunfneTcom^iv40 ^ '"' t,l° ^na stock insurance comS'-i\\T ™»t "liable stock Thev have iKn I i hc United States. ranc^cXan^fe^ef ofFire Iium-GUA1U)IAN, of P$HJiih i"ro tha IMPERIAL, ori^n^P1""- u,^Vuiomp 'Smes< i,i'Ult0n- *•-. allgoodand cltus befogusurin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 4 December 1868

— .—'' r>mpn^M^ BUSINESS CARDS. ELLEFONTE IKON FOUNDRY. TODD & D O NC A N Bellefonte, Centre count}-, Penn'a. Furnishers of Grist and Saw Mill Machinery, Flour packers, Smutters, Todd's Patent ' TURBINE "WATER WHEELS, Equal to Overshots, and Circular Saw Mills, with Todd's Improved Patent Feed Work and Past's Patent Head Blocks, for Circular and Malay Saw Mills, which se,s both ends at once, avoids turning the sla making the last cut, and avoids variation thickness in s.awing boards by the setting of careless hands. * Cast Iron frames furnished when preferred, and Self-Oiling boxes. ¦ 7; 1: '08. B AKERY & CONFECTIONERY ! The subscriber would respectfully mtniot tho citizens of Bellefonte and vicinity, jhchfa i» prepared to furnish, everyday, FRESH BREAD, Cakes of all kinds,! Pies, &e., 4c, CABLES, SPICES, NUTS,.-FRUITS, and anything and everything belonging to the businers. During the summer season an elegant ICE CREAM SALOON . will be opened...

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