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

[COMMUNICATED.] AGRICULTURAL. It is a fact, which the experience of every farmer suggests to him, that there has been a falling off in the production of wheat, and that it has heen gradual l»r the last twenty years. This crop is so important to the farmer as to make the cause of this a subject of serious inquiry. It will not do to rest satisfied that the failure is attributable to the Hessian fly, mildew, the midge, or any such cause; for in our judgment these are but effects and not causes. Vermin is always the effect produced by a deficient quality of the soil, as certainly as it is found on the unhealthy body of a poor animal. We-must look deeper into this subject, and inquire whether the last hundred years has not served to exhaust the soil of some one or more elements essential to raising wheat. For unless these elements of wheat itself, found>by analysis to be a component part of the grain, is in the soil, we can not hope to get it out. In looking through the analyses...

Publication Title: Bellefonte National
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

New Hydrant.—"We had the pleasure on Wednesday last, of seeing a new hydrant invented by our old friend and fellow townsman D. I, Pruner, Esq. It is the most simple and yet the most complete hydrant we have ever seen. It can be manufactured so that the nettcost need not exceed $8.00. It also answers the purpose of a fire-plug, and will do away with the almost worthless plugs now in use. It is so constructed that it can never freeze. While its adoption will work a great saving to the people, we hope Mr. Pruner may realize handsomely from tne invention. We understand that he has applied for a patent.

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

Every man ought to pay his dehts, if he can. Every man ought to get married if he can. Every man should do his work to suit his customer, if he can. Every wife should sometimes hold her tongue, if she can. Every lawyer should occasionally tell the truth, if he can. Every man ought to mind his own business and let other people's alone, if he can. And if you want a tooth extracted or a new and beautiful set of teeth made, be sure to call on Dr. H. H. Rothrick, upstairs in Bush's Arcade. Dr. Rothrock attends to his own business and does it well. MARBIEB. Sept. 2nd 18C8, Theodore McNickle to Mrs. Straus Middani, all of Spring Township. On the 10 inst., "by Rev. H. C. Pardoc. Mr. Geo. Boatc and Miss Lizze Bolinger. of JJellefonte. On the 17th inst., by the same, Mr. Austin Lambert of Bellefonte, and Miss Maggie Steele of Benncr TownsliI •

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

DIED George Frederick, son of George H. and Su san Weaver, aged 10 years, 4 months 28 days.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

BELLEFONTE MAEKETS Bellefonte, Aug. 27, 1808. White Wheat, per bushel,.... 2 20 Red " do 210 Rye do 1 25 Corn, do 1 20 Oats, do 55 Barley, do 110 Clover Seed, do 7 00 Potatoes do 1 75 Lard, per pound, 20 Butter do 40 Eggs, per dozen,.... 25 Plaster per ton 10 00 .

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

SPECIAL NOTICES "Lawk, bakes ! Nancy ;"—Said a rustic lass to a friend just arrived, "you haint no ideehow tickled I be to see you!" i'Guess Polly you can't be more tickelder nor I be 1" was the reply. A great tickler is tho "BARLEY SHEAF" Cooking Stove, especially for thos e whose patience have been exhausted by the antics of ill-working Stoves, and their name is legion. With a commendable degree of enterprise, tho manufacturers, Messrs. STUART, PFTERSON & CO., aro taking active measures for the speedy introduction of the "Barley Sheaf" into every city, town and hamlet in the United States. It is both a wood and coal burner. Avoid imitations. tXTTor sale by W. W. WETZLER Milesburg, Pa. It. •'The sweetest thing in Life is good health and good spirits, and if you have them not, the next best thing is what will restore bloom to the faded cheek and happiness to the drooping heart. The great and sure remedy is Plantation Bitters, which our physicians recommend to both ma...

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

Isaac Hatjpt desires to call the attention of the public to a new stove, styled tho "Ventilator," with water heater attached to the pipe ; usefel for boiling tea-kettles, heating irons and just the stove for a dining room. This stove is a self-feeding base, turning only with large return fines. ' "How ill white hairs become a fool and jester," said Henry IV. How ill, indeed, they become any one when "Barrett's A'egetable Hair Restorative" occasiosally applied will keep the hair as fresh and glossy in old age as in youth. To this valuable article was awarded the only prize medal over all competitors—Tri-Stalcs Union. 911'68-lt. Bitters'.—Roback's, Drake's, Hosteller's, Hubbel's, Hooflands, Mishler's Atwood's and Taylor's Olive Branch, for sale at Green's Drug Store.

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

Artists Tube Paints for sale at "Green's' Drug Store. More economical, remarkable certainty of prompt action, in fact, every good quality is guaranteed for Mrs. S. A. Allen's improved (new style) Hair Restorer or Dressing, (in one bottle.) Every Druggist sells it. Price One Dollar. Aug. 14,'68.1m. *«~a» ¦ i » Deafkess, Blindness, and Catarrh treated with the utmost success by J. Isaacs, M. D., and Professor of Diseases of the Eye and Ear in the Medical College of Pennsylvania, 12 years experience, (formerly of Leyden, Holland,) No. 805 Arch Street, Phil'a. Testimonials can be seen at his office. The medical faculty are invited to accompany their patients, as he has no secrets in his practice. Artificial eyes inserted without pain. No charge for examination. June 12,'68-ly. The finest brands of Segars at "Green's." Read, Weekly "Shaep-Shooteb."—Novel, Practical and AWFULLY Sharp on Fogies, Quacks, Pharisees and Pol iticians Shoring them right through J" Only 50 cts. a year ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

Wm. Shortlidge. Bond Valentine WOOD AND COAL BURNT LIME Always at hand and for sale at the lowest mar ket price at the BELLEFONTE LIME KILNS, on the Turnpike loading to Milesburg. The bes Pittston and Shamokin Anthracite coal. Also a new consignment of plastering, lath, paling, and sawed shingles for sale for cash at our yard, near south end of B. E. V. B. B. depot; 4; 10; '67. SHORTLIDGE & CO. . ,-'

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

Q.RAND OPENING GRAND OPENING. GRAND OPENING; GRAND OPENING. AT GEORGE D. PIFEE'S STORE NO. 6, BROCKERHOFF ROW NO. 6BROCKERHOFF ROW NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE DRY GOODS Consisting in part of Domestic, Dress Goods Silks, Hosiery, Notions, white Goods, Clothing, &c. are now presented for the inspectionand patronage of the public. An immense, nnd at the same time, elegant stock of CARPETINGS at most astounding and astonishing low prices THE UNMEASURED QUANTITIES OF GROCERIES FOR SALE AT PI FEE'S is a great wonder, and their cheapness is still more astonishing. I am persuaded that in my stock ^ill be found the most desirable lot of goods in tho county. BOOTS, BOOTS, BOOTS SHOES, SHOES, SHOES HATS, HATS, HATS CAPS, C^FS With am attractive rotrm, cier>p mil flcs'.rablo goods, attentate and poUta clcris, ana o clow •ttentiot to butme*» I fcO£0 to receive a I»>z share of public twtroncije. „ The highest ia...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

p ROCERIES are being sold at astonishingly low prices a SECELEB & MOOSE'S UsTEW C3-E,OOEE,lT AND PROVISIONSTORE! Every person buying Groceries can SAYE 3VCO^TE"Z" BY BUYING OF US! CALL, AND BE CONVINCED of the FACT OTJH STOCK IS FULL AND COMPLETE TEAS Old Hyson, Young llysun Imperial, Oolong, Japan. COHEES Rio and Laguayra, Roasted and Ground SUGARS A good assortment of Brown Sugars, C Sugar yellow, B Sugar, white, A Sugar, pure white, Granulated, do., - Crushed, do. SYRTJPS & MOLASSES Light Drips, Honey Drips, Amber Syrup, New Orleans Molasses CHEESE Factory Cheese, Pine Apple do, Sap Sago do A full assortment of CANNED FRUITS A full assortment of Jellies; Oysters—Cove and Spiced; Pickles—Catsup,. Chow Chow, French Mustard, English Sauces, &c; Domestic Fruits —Apples and Peaches, pared and nnpared, Cherries; Foreign Fruits —Yalentia Raisins, Luga Raisins, English Currants, Turkish ~ Prunes; Pastries—Prepared Co...

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

SCHOOLS BELLEFONTE ACADEMY.— The Rooms in tho North W ing of tie building havo been partially renovated and are now opon for the reception of pupils. The seesien opened on Wednesday, Sept. 2d, with encouraging prospects for a good sohooll It is the pur pose of the Principal to furnish thorough instruction in the elementary and higher English Branches, Mathematics, Ancient and Modern Languages, Book Keeping and in all tho departments of a complete school course. Particular attention will bo given to music, both Vocal and Instrumental. The moral character of the students will bo guarded with spncial care. The scholastic year will be derided into two sessions of 20 weeks each. Examinations will bs hold before tho Christmas Holidays, and at tho close "of tho year. TERMS: For Day Pupils, 525 00 persetsion Musie Extra, 25 00 " Modern Languages, Extra, 20 00 ¦' ¦' For other particulars address, REV. J P. HUGHES, Principal, or REV. A. YEOMANS, Pros't of B. T. September 4, 1868.

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

pHEGARAY INSTITUTE, ENGLISH AND FRENCH, FOR YOUNG LADIES, BOARDING AND DAY PUPILS, 1527 and 1520 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Pens'a.' Will reopen on Monday, Sept. 22d. French is the language of the family and is constantly spoken in 1 ho Institute. MADAME D'HERVILLY, Juno 19,'68-3m.5.ow*c. Principal. TRINITY SCHOOL, " CLAYMONT, DELAWAEE. One hour's ride from Philadelphia, on the Baltittora Railroad. A'Seleet Family School for boys. Tho Winter Term of this School will open on September 9th. For Circulars containing full information! Catalogue, Course of Studies, <£-c, address, - R«v. J. STURGIS PEARCE, July 31,'68.1m2cwio. Rector. TUSCARORA ACADEMY, FOUNDED 1836. The Fall Session of this flourishing Institution »ill commence on the first Wednesday in September. The objeot of the Institution is to prepare young men for tho active duties of lifo, to qualify pujils for teaching, and to train thoroughly such as desire to enter College. The instruction embraces the culture o...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

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

SEPABATOBS, REAPERS, &C. RAIN SEPARATORS." Goiser's Patent Self-Regulating Grain Separator, Cleaner and Bagger, with tho latest improved Triplo-Geared Horse Power, driven either by gear or belt. This machine will thresh and clean your grain perfectly, ready for market, by one operation, with more igreeableness to hands than tho old way of threshing. DRILLS. The celebrated Willoughby 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 ! REAPEES. Tho Ohio Harvester is now taking the lead among reapers and mowers. It is a combined Reaper, and Mower, has two drive wheels, a drop and platform, and gives either sHo or rear delivery. Is easily managed for horso and man. RAKES. Pratt's Patent Horse Uay-Rake is the best in the market. 20,000of them arenow inaso, and give universal satisfaction. FORKS. Cladding's Horse Hay Forks, with ihe above n.ims'l machines, r/itli i-jnairs for thn same, arc all b...

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

ATRITJMPIIANT SUCCESS! A year ago we presented this novel Harvester to tho farming public on the merits of its construction, and with strong assurances that its equal was not to be found. To-day we aro happy to prosont it again, on its merits in the field, and feel safe in re-asserting its superiority over all competitors, in Construction, Simplicity, Ease of Management, Lightness of Draft, Strength and Durability. We have abundant testimonials, from tho most intelligent and influential farmers in the country, to the fact that this machine will not only cut moro grass or grain, with greater ease to the. team than any other machine in use, but that no trace of wear can be detected in the working parts after a whole harvest's work. These facts triumphantly prove that Cut Gear, as applied to Harvesters, is even a greater success than in its application to stationary machinery, and silo ice forever the selfish outcry against it. Remember! Its frame is of .-olid iron and of a single ...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

STERNBERG & BRANDEIS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS OLOTHIUG DRY GOODS, OIL CLOTHS NOTIONS, CAB PETS GLASS A"D QUEENSWAEE WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, GROCERIES, &C, &C CHEAPER THAN EVER Their goods havo been purchased at low figures, and will be sold CHEAPER TLTAN THE CHEAPEST ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE TAKEN EST EXCHANGE FOR GOODS STERNBERG & BRANDEIS. Juno 12,'68-ly. . IS , , , , . ! !..

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

EXAMINATION OF TEACHJCi ER'S. Eush & Philipsburg, Philipsburg, Tuesday, Sept. 8th, at 1 o'clock, P. M. Snow Sboe aud Burnside, at Askey's S. H., Thursday, Sept. 10, at IP. 11. The following will be held at 9 A. 3M. Haines, at Aaronsb'gFrid'y, Sepfc 25th. Miles, at Kebersb'g, Thursday, Oct. 1st. Gregg, at Perm Hall, Friday, Oct., 2d.; Potter, at Centre Hall, Saturday. Oct., 3rd. Harris, at Boalsburg, Monday, Oct. 5th. Ferguson, at Pino Grove, Tuesday, Oct. Cth. Hall'moon, at Stormstown, "Wedn'y, Oct. 7tli. Patton,. at Waddle's S.H., Thursday, Oct. 8th. Bcnner, at Armagast's S. H., Hatnrd'y, Oct. 3th, Penn, at Alillieim, Monday, Oct. 12th. Walker, at Hublersb'g,.Wedn'y, Oct, 14th. Marion, at Jacksonville, Thursd'y, Oct. 13th. Liberty, at .Eaglcville, Friday, Oct., 16th. Howard, at Howardville, Saturday, Oct. 17th. Milesb'g & Boggs, Milesb'g, Monday Oct. 19th. Union,atUnionviUe,Tuesday, Oct. 20th. Huston, Julian Furnace, Wodn'v, Oct. 21st. Taylor & Worth, Po...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 18 September 1868

jCTIRE! FIRE!! FIRE!!! NO, 6, BUSH'S ARCADE, HIGH STREET BELLEFONTE, PA., I^T ^L SL^Z-jjj with tho most brilliant stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever opened in this establishment ZIMMERMAN BROS. <J- CO Have just received from the eastern citie?, and oiler lor sale at PANIC PRICES the follow- Fine Heavy Black Repp and Plain Silks, tlie finest Black Alpacas, BROWN", DRAB, AND MOTTLED MOHAIR Pekin Cloths, Orientals, Alpacas, Lustres,) Delaines A11 colors, and dirt cheap FINE JACONET, OKGANDT, FKENCn AND LINEN LAWNS, PERCALES, SCOTCH, FRENCH, & PLAIN CHA1LBRAT GINGHAMS, .&C&C. We would invito tho special attention of THE LADIES to the fact that our stocks of WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES AND NOTIONS aro always fu ll and second to none, comprising everything under thoso heads. In NOTIONS especially we aro always up to time, in having every now novelty as soon as it appears in the market. Wo still sell tho best H...

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