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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

TytY GOODS, GROCERIES, CLOTHING, PROVISIONS, &c, at NO. 5, BUSH'S ARCADE, J1ELLKFOXTE, PA. •». My entire stock of Ladies' Dress Goods, Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnnishing Goods, etc., etc., for cheapness and durability are not equalled in Centre county.Pj nprl 6s-tf C. DERR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

DOOK AGENTS, JL) Aiv meeting with rare success In Belling Sir S.W. Bakers Explorations and Adventures among thu Nile tributaries of Ahj&ania to which is now added an account of the Captivity aud release of English subject?', and the career of the late Emperor Theodore. No book is received amonjr all classes of people \vl h such unbounded favor, or so fully combines thrilling interest with .solid insriiction. Agents, male and female, sell it rapidly. "An admirable record of scientific exploration, geographical discovery, and pergonal adventure."—X, Y. Tribune. "It is issued in a very attractive form, and ia as entertaining as a romance."—Boston .Journal Full particulars on application to L). D. Ca.se & Co., Publishers, Jlartioni, Conn. 10 1U<tt A B. II UTC II ISO N, l\-. MILITARY CLAIM AGENT, will attend to all business entrusted to his care. Office with W. P. Wilson, Esq., Bellefonte, Pa April 23 th Y>5. CH00 PER MONTH.—AGENTS «3 Wanted, Male or F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

~ DRY GOODS & GROCERIES. ATTENTION! MONET AND TIME SAVED' By going direct to HOWELL. GILLMID k CO 1 & 2 BUSH'S ARCADE, BELI.EFONTI':, PA. To purchase everything in tho line of LADIES' MtESS GOODS, GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS, _ DRY GOODS, HATS AND CAPS, BOOTS AND SHOES,* GROCERIES, QUEENSWAEE, HARDWARE, NOTIONS, AC, AC. -Onr stock, is without doubt, and wo challenge denial, tho largest ever opened in Bellefonte. Our DOUBLE STORE =IIs literally packed full of the Jl»c,s' ""* Cheapest articles in cavr line that can be obtained in the eastern markets. In Ladies' Furs, We arc ahead of any merchant in the Oouiity. Although our stock heretofore has been r^tjarge, the present completely eclipses anything ever before attempted in this section. An examination will prove the truth of our assertions. Remember the Place ! HOWELL, G1LLILAND Jfc CO. 9 4 ly Hush's Arcade. THE LATEST RETURNS. THOMAS HOLAHAN of Milesburg, would respectfully invito tho attention of his friends t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

';Tii£Eliiiay seaif antlLMancli your brow,', but it cannot silver-your- liair, if you. use that excellent'renewer ¦knpwu-as^Barrett's Vegetable Hair KestoratiVe" tok the (absolute exclusion of all-the,-vilei.compounds •with which the m&ketis floQClefti^-Poj'tsmouth Journal. ¦ '"l ; -;'- '-' '" '-'¦ '- ¦ ,i tf-O-O o'» ; Take Plantation Bitters, andwith them a new letise of life. The old are made young again the middle-aged rejoice, and tho young become doubly brilliant by using this splenuidtonic. Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Liver Complaint, Head ache, Pains inthe side, !'Crick iu tho back." and ail symptoms of Stomachic Derangement,'yield at once to the health giving influence of Plantaton Hitters. They add strength to the system and buoyancy to the mind. Alicia.—Last week wc called attention t'O'. .tiici Constitution: Bitters of-Seward & Bently, and now wo take pleasure in notcing their Alisnia for the hair, which is said to be a very iinearticje for the toilet. We ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

. n , very simple remedy, after having suffered sev-; eral years with a severe lung affection, and that, dread disease, Consumption—is anxious totn'ake known to his follow sufferers the means of.cure'.' To allwho desire it, ho will send a copy of the prescription, used (free of-.'dliarge,) with tho directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure Cure for Consuptiou. Asthma, Bronchitis, &c. Tho only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread information which ho conceives to be invaluable ; and he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost therd nothing and may pro/vo a >blessing, Parties wishing the perscription' will p.ease address,"' -'' Kev. EDWARD A. WILSON, ' 16j South ad St., Williamsburg, Kings Co. N. Y Wb wish to call particular attention to Seward *fc Bontley's Constitution Bitters, advertised iii our paper this weak. Their Bitters are said to be the finest tji'iic a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

A srlenltnral Iteins FRIDAY DECEMBER 18

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

HIWTSFOE THE MONTH. Farm work has been delayed by bad weather, and in rurmy localities bv want of help, so that tbe farmer's afi'iirs are not as snug in general, as is desirable on tbe approach of winter Of course, tbe farmer's efforts towards securing bis autumn harvest rill be continued with vigor until iiio cud is attaint. But it is a wrong astern that compels the closing'labors of the year to be those of the harvest. We have constantly aimed lo inculcate tho idea .that the work , - ;" the last autumn month should be -oncral improvement of the farm, vr.d tho forwarding of that of the - ccocilin"-year. Our climate fails {] o farmer in the spring, but it fa-•;;¦ ¦ •:.i him gloriously in the harvest :; iion. He can remedy this defect bv good calculation. Lcok at the , .,,,,--' ihrmer of your neighborhood; hv. devotes November to plowing, draining', repairing, "taking proper nnd the ±m,;„ oi^l- • storms or.r: cfhis stock; and the storms iKV. ;• made him a bit fretful, and tbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MILK EXPERIMENTS. Mr Frank J. Clarke, of Butte Co., instilnted a course of experiments to guide him in managing his dairy. He is we think, an accurate observer, and his results, which he' sends us, tally very well with the views of those who have given the subject the most study. They are as follows:— 1. The quality of the milk differs almost, if not quite, as milch as- the quantity given by the different cows 2. In buying get a sample of the cow's milk, if possible. 3. A cow gives richer milk when fat than wlien poor. 4. A cow gives poorer milk with the first calf than afterwards, other conditions being equal. " -." 5. The older a cow is, the richer her milk untilher constitution begins to fail. 0. The longer the period which has elapsed, since calving, the richer the milk. . 7. The richness of the milk varies with quality of the feed. 8. The richness of cream varies— that is that from the richest milk making the most butter,. 9. A cow should be in first-rate condition when...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

^tmsthztQtt's ©tgftrtment Lemons For Fever.—Says that walking cyclopasdia of health. Dr. Hall:—"When persons are feverish and thirsty beyond what is natural, incited in some cases by * metalic taste in the mouth, especially after drinking water, or by a whitish appearance of the greater part of the surface of the tongue, one of the best "cooler," internal or erternaVis to take a lemon, cut off the top, sbrinkle over it some loaf sugar, working it downward into the lemon, and then suck it slowly, squeezing the lemon and adding more sugar as the acidity increases from being brought up "from a lower point. Invalids with feverishness may take two or three lemons a day in this manner with the most marked by a sense of coolness, comfort and invigoration. A lemon or two thus takeh at'tea time,' as an entire substitute for the ordinary 'supper' of summer, would give many a man a comfortable night's sleep and an awaking of rest and invigoration, with an appetite for breakfast to whic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

istmssimttmtassttttBttKtsstttt mttatttmtmttmmsmsmtmsstmm HOOPLAND'S COLUMN. INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA' FROM GERMANY, in 1835. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, and HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC PREPARED BT DR. C. M. JACKSON, ' PnniDELPHU, Pa. Tlie greatest known remedies far Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, Nmtom Debility, JATODICE, Disease* * the Kidneys, ERUPTIONS of the SKIN, •»4 all Dlieuei arising from « Dl»- •rdered JUlver, Stomach, or xmcpxmiTT ojf tke xszood. JUaS.lhe fotUtwing tymptmt, and if you find On* your system is mjfieted by any •/ them, you may rut assured thai disease has commmcid its attack on the moiC important organ* of your body; and unless won cheeked by the ute 0/powerful renudia, a miscrjble life, toon terminating in death, trill bt the ratHt.. Constipation, Flatulence, Imr*rd Piles, Fulness of Blood to the -Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or "Weight in the Stomach, St>ui Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit - o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MEDICAL. "O P. GREEN, DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY. One door north of main entrance to Bfockcrhoof House, Bellefonte, Pa, And dealer in Pure Drugs, Chemicals, Patent Medicines, Combs, Brushes, Pocket Books, Notions, &c. Also pure wines and liquors for Medicinal purposes. "Wholesale agent for lemberger's Oil-Paste Blacking, Falmestock & Grumheins Cattle Powder, Blade's Euphonial Lubricators, and sole Proprietor of GREEN'S CELEBRATED LIVER PILI.S, GREEN'S WORM EXPELLER. SREEN'S VEGETABLE PAINJ KILLER. GREEN'S EUREKA EYE WATER. GREEN'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF TAR AND WILD CHERRY. The astonishing success which has attended the sale of the above preparations, has induced the proprietor to increase his facilities for manufacturing them, and he is now prepared to till all orders promptly. ThoLiTer Pills ars of two kinds, and when taken in connection with each other according to directions, the proprietor has no hesitancy in recommending them as the best medicine for Liver and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MERCANTILE Tj^INE CUSTOM MADE BOOTS & SHOES FOR GENTLEMEN. s All the leading styles on hand or made to measure. Prices fixed at LOW FIGURES. Aa illustrated Price List with instructions for self measurement sent on receipt of Post Office address. . *M. F. BARTLET, S3 South Sixth St., above Chestnut, Au«.2l,'68.1j.d*co.» Philadelphia. TTTM. McCLELLAN, MERCHANT TAILOR, No. 4, Brockerhoof Bow, Bellefonte, Pa. Keeps constantly on hand a magnificent stock of Cloths, Cassimeres, Vestings, Hats ane Caps, and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, which will be sold at remarkably low prices.' Agent for the celebrated WILCOX & GIBBS Famiiy Sewing Machine. T: 1: '67 rpilE SINGER SEWING MACHINE. The superior merits of the Singer Sewing Machines over all others, for either Family use or .Manufacturing purposes, are so wel established and so generally- admitted, tha an enumeration of their relative excellenoio is no longer necessary. . The now •FAMILY MACHINE, Which has been ov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

LIQTTOES WHOLESALE WLNE AND LIQUOR STORE', J. B. ETTELfc. - BISHOP STREET, ; BELLE FONT E, p! A. In Stone Building formerly occupied by the , Keystone Bakeryl! .' . ,AU Barrels, Kegs and. Casks warranted to contain tlie quantity represented The proprietor, ef-this establishment takes pleasure in informing the public that he ha# constantly on hand, a : supply, of choice foreign and domastio liquors such as ... OLD NECTAR, OLtf'RYE,' MONONGAHELA, AND IRISH WHISKEY. COGNAC, BLACKBERRY, CHERRY, GINGER . AND-COMMON BBfANDIES. PORT MADERIA, SHERRY AND LISBON WINES. SCOTCH •'• AND HOLLAND GIN, NEW. ENGLAND BUM. JAMAICA RDM, CORDIALS Pepper-- mint, Anniseed and Rose. The attention of practicing physicians is called to our stock of pure ¦ liquors, suitable for medical purposes. . Bottles jags and Demijohns constantly on hand. - We have the ONLY. PURE Neetar wtis^ key in town., ..;'•.-:. All our liquors were bought when liquors were low, and we sell them accordingly. 'All liquors ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

PEETILIZEBS. ~ TXAUGH'S COMMERCIAL MANURES. ^^ LSl ' ON EVERY ¦ Jrfw$B[^FPACKAGE IBAUGII & SONS,' Philadelphia, NORTHWESTERKFEETILIzmG CO. cnicAoo, :J "• • ' Sole Manufacturers; ¦ . PRICES ' '- BiUGH'S RAW BONE PHOSPHATE, $56' per 2000, pounds. . BAUGH'S CHICAGO Bd#E FERTILIZER, ' $50 per 2000 pounds. BAUGH'S CHICAGO, BEOOD MANURE, '$50'per'20'b'b: pounds.; "'' " Tbe above Manures are furnished in both bags and barrels, whichever customers pre forf 0F~Tlie BagSiare uniform in weight 160 pounds.^Q i The attention of Farmers is especially directed to, the fact that the sources of the Raw Material of which the above Manures are com. posed, are so well under control that we can furnish them of strictly uniform quality and condition, and that they contain, a larger percentage of ammonia than any' other class 0 manufactured manures in the market. BAUGH * SONS, .20 S.-Delaware Avenue. Phil'n. NORTHWESTERN FERTILIZING :C0., Cor. Lake <fc LasalleiSts.,.Chicago. £^rBaug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

HAIB BESTOBEB. J^W^^b ^^^^Sk-J^MMni'sW^ r M*£r/v Vegrtrtto V\^*« if 7/ HAIR RESTORATIVE V % •M St ty*** d«eM?d t>r ih* NH- BimU Falrl O % X 9 I >nd is bow conceded br th* public iob«] X & 9C " IthttTwrybcit Prmimtion fernntorin( I K? JZ I GnyoribdodlUlrtotoortffiiialMlori / jK 7S —*l \ promoting Its Growth, •rmdltAtiu* Ho- /_- d? - «|w3\nan ud btxuinff,and fin Srualar/f^ & *>Si\ *°d B«*aUfrtnff th» n*ir. It U fr« / £*S&: ¦ »^ \ from poIwnoM drag*. ¦ dot* not /W« yk j<>\ •tale th« fintst fUbne. «n& y^K ¦ J^j^&^i^yaSSF "9 "¦"•"ftflKSHIIW' *t* J. R. BARRETT It CO., Proprietors, : MXSOHESTEtt, ». H. For sale by all Druggists.,.. May 22,'68-ly. ;.;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

The Last fiSpl Success i$££m8t b HAIR dressing JVew^tffc fraeBojflc mil quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It is perfectly harmless, and is preferred oyer every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, is well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perfume imparted to the Hair make it desirable r for old and young. a Vox S>I« by all Druggists. DEPOT, 198 GEEENWICH ST., K. T. tri^ONEboU/r. Feb.JV88-ly.J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. PRODUCE OF ALL BINDS, and good quality, wante' at tho highest market prices at the cheap store in Bellefonte. A. STERNBERG. WHEAT.—The undersigned wish to inform the farmers of Centre onunty that they will pay the highest market price in cash for all kinds of grain. -Aug.ia. ZIMMERMAN BROS. 4 CO GENTLEMEN'S DRESS GOODS, such as Cloths, Casimers Casinets, Vestings, Hosiery, Collars, Neckties, Ac, very low at mar2 A. STERNBERG^. 628 HOOP SKIRTS 628 XVD CORSETS, CORSETS, CORSETS. I WM. T. HOPKINS NO. 62S ARCH STREET, PHILADELPHIA Manufacturer of the celebrated "niTA\i PION" Hoop Skirts for Ladies. Mfssc" and" Children. The largest assortment, and best quality »nd styles in the American Market. L«ry lady should try them, as they recommend themselres by wearing longer, retaining their shape much better, being liehter and more clastic than all others—warranted in every respect, and sold at very low Brief« Ask for Hopkins' "Champion" Skirt Superior Hand-made Whal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MILK FEVEB I3S" COWS. This disorder, which it is feared is on the increase. in our dairies is ascribed to various causes. It ia sometimes produced by exteAal injury. It is often ascribed to colds contracted by exposure to the changes and storms of our climate While others believe tlflit, like the gout in the human foot, milk fever in cows often results from high feeding, and from the preternatural developments of the lacteal organs pro duced by such high feeding," and by a long course of breeding,, for the es pecial purpose of securing a race of deep milkers. Whenever a cow comes home affected by the garget put her in the cow house Avhere she has a dry warm bed, feed her on dry hay and allow her to go to pasture but a short time the next day—in one word treat her as a patient should be treated with cold and infatuation. Frequent milking, with patient and gentle rubbing and kneading of the bag, and washing with warm water; or spirits and water ; or champhor and vinegar ; or s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

DBY GOODS. JJEWGQODS. NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS'. At tho store ot| GKEOKGrED. PITER'S NO. 6, BR0CKERH0FF ROW NO. 6, ER0CKERH0FF ROW NEXMDOOR TO JPOST OFFICE, NEXT.D00R TO POST OFFICE, JWhere a fresh supply of FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS, liars just i>ecn received in endless quantities andTwictles C0ME.0NE, COME^ALL, and examine hls'stock before purchasing elsewhere; GOODS ALMOST GIVEN AWAY. '-/'»»"¦ on hand tho celebrated HALL BOOTS i, SH0ESJ MEN'S AI'HJBOY'S OVBRC0ATS,|SCITS, PAo TS d- VESTS,! UNDEB-CI 0THING, AND HATS A CAPS, At eitromely^ow.rates. " Aa endless Jassor iient ot Li dies' DRESS GrOODS At less than cny prices. A tine lot | Groceries, Queensware, Cedar Ware, 0*NJTEDJ AND.DRIED.FRUITS, Ac, tha., STke higkfst cashpricesfeaid tor marketing and countty produce^ DON' FAIL TO CALL B»VOR» ALL THE «00D3 ARE SOLD. *221y "V"EW GOODS! A large assortment of new spring and sum-¦er goods have -just been unpacked at tbe store of » J. B. AWL, • All«(h«ny Street, Belefo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 December 1868

MISCELLANEOUS. T>EATES & MILLER, WholesaleDruggists, No. 224 N, Third Street, Corner of Branch,- PHILADELPHIA, Dealers in Drugs; Chemicals. Paints, Oils, Glass Varnishes, Dye Stuffs, Perfumery, Spices, Patent Medicines, Ac., de., At.. [S^We guarantee all our goods pure and genuine, and at tne lowest market rates.^n July 31,'68.1yt C J. WASH. MILLER. BATIB B. BLCSB. Miller & Elder, P"o. 204 North Third Street, PHILADELPHIA, WHOLESALE BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS, and dealers in CURTAIN & WALL PAPERS. Jsly 31,'68.1yt

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