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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

ORIENTAL PARLOR STOVE, all sizes, Parlor Heaters, for chamber above These stoves have no equal for beauty or utility NIAGARA COOK, Four sizes. SUSQUEHANNA COOK, Four sizes. NEVT AND IMPROVED PARLOR GAS BURNERS, 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 be put up with bricks, and portable, cas d with galvanized sheet, to be used -without bricks, which will heat from four to eight rooms, according to size. 9 25 tf IK WIN & WILSON. ALL KINDS of Domestic Goods, Bleached and Unbleached Tabl i Linens, Bird-Eye, Diapers, Huckaback^U* and figured Linen Towelings, fifc sale by • STJSRNBERQ- <fr BRANDEIS.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

WANTED.—A situation as Salesman and Bookkeeper in a store or manufactory. Can furnishthe very best testimonial. Has been engaged in the mercantile business as salesman for twenty five years. Inqure at this office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

BTTLES FOR FARMERS. 1. The farmer ought to rise early, to see that others do so, and that both his example be followed and his orders obeyed. • 2. The whole farm should be regularly inspected, and not only every field examined, but every beast seen at least once a day. . . 3. In a considerable farm it is of the utmost consequence tobave hands specially appropriated for each of the most important departments of labor, for there is often a great loss oi. time where persons are frequently changing their employments, and the work, is not executed so well. 4. Every means should be thought of to diminish labor, or to increase its power. For instance, by proper arrangement, five horses may do as much labor as six perform, according to the usual mode of employing them. 5. A farmer ought never to engage in a work, whether of ordinary practice or intended improvement, except after the most careful inquiries; but when begun, he ought to proceed in it with much attention and perseverance un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

» ? . - — CHESTER "WHITE H0Q3. The Slock Journal says": They originated about fifty years ago, through the exertions of a number of prominent and enterprising gentlemen of Chester county. They imported, at great expense, the best hogs to be found in England, and other European countries, and crossr ed them on the sows of Chester county, from which have sprung a breed of hogs whose reputation is world wide. This has only been accomplished by long years of careful breeding. They endeavored first, by a wide selection and a judicious and discriminating coupling, to obtain the type desired; aud then, by close breeding connected with vigorous weeding out, to perpetuate and fix it. Description op tiie Chksteij Whites.—Tho best specimen may be described as long and deep in the carcass, broad and straight on the back, heavy hams, full shoulder, well pushed forward, admitting of no neck, wide chest, plenty of play for the lungs, a very small proportionate head, short nose, dish face, br...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

BEEEDIJJG SOWS. The food of sows should be varied and moderately salt ; abundant enough to keep them thriving, yet not sufficient to fatten. It is well to give them charcoal occasionally and a trifle of sulphur. -The slops of the house are good feed. All this tends to keep the appetite in a healthy state and to destroy the tendency of the swine to devour their young. They should not be closely confined—a small yard, at least, should be attached to their sleeping pens for them to go in at will. Change of quarters, especially when near the time of giving birth to their young, is apt to work injury, and should be carefully made if necessary. They should be supplied with great abundance of straw or other suitable bedding, and allowed to work it down somewhat fine and compact; and into a bed of their own liking. In winter time it requires a warm pen, and ample bedding and care to raise the pigs. If poles are around the sides of tho pen high enongh from the floor to give room for the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA ¦ FROM GERMANY, in 1835. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, and HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC. PREPARED BY DR. C. II. JAOKSON, ; PmiADEirinA, Pa. ¦ The greatest known remedies for Liver Complaint, • DYSPEPSIA, Nervous Debility, JAUNDICE, • Diseases of the Kidneys, EEUPTIOJrgoftheSKDr, ami all Diseases arising front a Sisordered Liver, Stamacli, or I3IPVJIIXY OF THE J}ZOOJ>. Read the following symptoms, and if you find that your system is affected by any of than, you -may rest assured that disease has commenced its attack on the most important organs of your body, and unless soon checked by Vie use of powerful remedies, a miserMe life, soon terminating in death, will be tfte result. Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or "Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Flattering at the Fit of. the Stomach, Swimming of ' the. Head,'1 Hurried or • Difficult •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

TEAS. Old Hyson, Young Dyson, Imperial, Oolong, Japan. ¦ COFFEES. Kio and Laguayra,. lloasted anil Ground. SUGA R:S. A good assortment of Brown Sugars, G Sugar yellow, B Sugar, white, A Sugar, pure white, Granulated, do., Crushed, do. STRUTS & MOLASSES. Light Drips, Honey Drips, Amber Syrnp, New Orleans Slolasses. CHEESE. Factory Cheese, Pino Apple do, Sap Sago do. A full assortment of CANNED FRUITS. A full .assortment of Jellies; Oysters—Core and Spiced; Pickles—Catsup, Chow CIiow, French Mustard, English Sauces, &c; Domestic Fruits —Apples and Peaches, pared and nnpared, Cherries; Foreign Fruits —Yalentia Raisins, Luga Raisins, English Currants, Turkish B|Praiics; Pastries—Prepared Cocoa Nnt, Corn Starch, Corn Grits, Heater's Farina, English GUlatin, Italian IIaccaroiii,-<S:c,, <£-c. Also, a FULL STOCK 03? HEAVY GROCERIES. & PROVISIONS. SECHLER & MOORE, HUMES' OLD STAND,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

>'UULMJ.U W IV .U. NOTIONS of all kinds, Stockings, Glove?, Handkerchiefs, Combs, Pocketbooks, in all their variety, and very cheap. Turkey Prunes, Raisin?, Peaches, Apple, Oranges, Lemons,all kinds of foreign Fruit. Hams, Bacon &<% Canned Fruits, Peaches, Tomatoes, Pine Apples, Peas, in great variety. Barrett's Soap, Van Jlnglm-& Kenn's Olive Soap, Dobbins' Soap, Jep Oakeiy Soap. Old Castile, Palm Soap, Elderberry Snip, and a great variety of other spaps at BUllNSIDE'S &. TflOMAK, ^[PHE highest market price' paiil for JL all kinds of country produce by . BUKKSlDE &, T//0MAS. rg^HE largest and best stock of JL Boots and Shoes, warranted • to give satisfaction, at reduced prices, only to bo found at BliRXjilDK'S & THOMAS'. SPICES of n\} varieties, ground to order, and warranted to be strictly pare. It is tlio only place you can find unadulterated spices. Try tlieui for vour own satisfaction BURJfSIDE & THOMAS •' . . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

TheUsHplfil Success ^§^.^B|iiv« Jfew^fc fa ^Boijfc will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It ia perfectly harmless, and is preferred over every other preparation by those who have a fine head of hair, as well as those who wish to restore it. The beautiful gloss and perfume imparted to the Hair makeit desirable for old and young. For Sale l>y all Druggists, DEPOT, 19S GSEEF57ICH ST., ff. T. Bn-eeoSED-Qi^B, -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

Fcb.21,'6S-ly TIME TABLS PHILADELPHIA & ERIE P.AIL 110 AD.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

SUMMER TIME TABLE. THROUGH AND DIRECT ROUTE BETWEEN" PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, HAKRISEtJRG, WILLIAMSP0RT, TO THE NORTHWEST, AX!) TIta GREAT OIL REGION OF r-EXXSYLVANIA. Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains. On and after MOSDAY, 51 AY 11th, 1SSS, tho Trains on tho Philadelphia .fc Brio Hail Road will run as follows; "Westvraril. Mail Train leaves Fhiladcloliis 11.15 p. m. " '¦ ' " Lock Haven, 9.39 a. a. " *' arr. at Erie S.50 p. nr Erio Exp'ss leaves Philadelphia....12.00 noon. " " " Lock Haven,....10.11 p. rn. " " arr. at Erio 10.05a.m. Elmira Mail leaves Philadelphia S.00 a. m. " " arr. at lock llarcn 7.-15 p. in. Eastward. ii.iil Train leaves Erie 11.00 a. m " " " Leek Havea 8.55 p. in. " " arr. at Philadelphia 7.10 a. m. Krie Express leaves Erio 7.40 p.m. " " " Lock Haven.... 0.30 a. m. " " arr. at Philadelphia... 5.00 a. m. Mail and Express connect with Oil Creek and Allegheny River Rail Road. Baggage checked through. ALFRED L. TYLER, May 22,'6S.Jy. General Superintenden...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

FERTILIZERS. TDAUGH'S COMMERCIAL MANURES on iiVKirr --^W^^^'* package. BATJGII & SOIntS, Philadelphia, AND XOltTiBVESTEKN FERTILIZING CO.* CHICAGO, Solo Manufacturer!. i^niCES E^lCaii'S RAW POKE PHOSPHATE, $5fl per 2000 pounds. BAUGTI'S CHICAGO EONE FERTILIZER, $50 per 2000 pounds. •GAUGE'S CHICAGO BLOOD MANURE, §50 per 2000 pounds. The above Manures aro furnished in both ags and barrels, whichever customers prefer. CGr'The Bags are-uniform inn-eight 100 pounds.,-^ The attention .of Farmcis is-especially directed to tho fiict that the sources of tho Raw Material of which tho ahovo Manures are composed, are so wcllundcr control that iv.e. can furnish them of strictly uniform .quality "and condition, and (hat they contain a larger percentage of nminoniti than any ' other class of manufactured manures in the marmot. ¦ B'AUGU'&SOHS, ' ' 20 S. Delaware Avennc. Phil'a. NORTHWESTERS' FEIVTILIZINO CO., Cor. Lake & Lasailo Sts., Chicago. ^SS^BaugU's Commercial M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

fi T. FRYBEKGER & CO., Dealers in superior SMOKIKG A2TD CJIEWEOJ TOBACCO & SEGAKS OE TIIE FINEST BEARDS Store in the CONRAD HOUSE, Bellefonte, Pa- »ec,13,'6r-Iy. A B. H UTOHISON, XJl.. MILITARY CLAIM AGENT, will attend to all business entrusted to his care. OfSce r.'ifh IV. P. Wilson, Ksq.. Bellefonte, Fa ¦ " ' April 2Sth 'lia. npHE HEKO ! THE HERO .' THE HERO SELF-SEALING FRUIT JAR is positively THE BEST NOW IN USE. For sale bv july 17 "ZIMMERMAN, BRO'3 & CO. A TTENTION CARPENTERS Jl\. A valuable lot of Carpenters' Tools arc offered for sale cheap bv ZIMMERMAN BROS. & CO. Julv3,'SS-3t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

JOHN H HAHN, Practical Watchmaker asi> Jiswelkr, No. .I.Rush's Arcade, [with U. IV. Fairer.& Co.] &L Too subscriber would respectfully ffiiy^U inform tho citizens of Bellefonte and {E^vicinity, that ho lias permanently located as above. As a good and reliable watchmaker and jeweler is greatly needed in this locality to meet the increasing demands, he takes this method of introducing himself to tho public. Repairing is a speciality with him, and having no other business in connection therewith, ho can give his entire attention to this branch of business, and respectfully solicits a trial to prove that all work entrusted to his care give entire satisfaction. All work such as Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Ac, will bo promptly, and carefully executed, Also, Musical Clocks and Boxes, skillfully repaired. Don't lorget the placo, No. i Bush's Arcade. Aug. 21,'6S.ly,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

THE VENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO., 521 Chestnut street,,below lotli, Philadelphia. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Accumulated Capital, g2.000,0flfl, after payinc losses lo the amount of-91,120,000. All the surplus divided amongst the policy holders every year. Tlin only truly Mutual Company Jin the city or JAMES TKAQUAIK, President. SAMO. R. STOKES, A'icoPres. H. S. STEPHENS, Secretary. W. VT. BROWN, Agent for Bellefonte and Centre county. 0 IS 'OS ly. INSURANCE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

rkUEENS, GLASS and. CROCK-1 \X) cry-Waro. A, STERNBERG

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

TRV/HST & WILSON are constantly receiving now goods in thoir lino. HARDWARE of every description at reduced prieds—now being opened every day. mar2'Jth T AMPS OF EVERY VARIE JLf ty and kind at IRWIN & WILSON'S BAROMETERS and Thermome ters at IRWIN & WILSON'S. qpiIE ANVIL STORE is now re-_L_ ceiving a large and well assorted Stock of Hardware, Stoves, Nails, Horso Shoes, Saddlery, Glass, Paints, Sheet, Bar and Hoop Iron,also Buggy and waggon Stock of every desription,—Call and supply yourselves at the lowest possible rates, novfl IRWIN & WILSON. SCALES, at Wholesale and Retail cheap, by IRWIN & WILSON. dee2l'0B FINE TABLE CUTLERY, including plated forks, spoons, &c., at mar2 IRWIN & WILSON'S. POCKET CUTLERY—all makes JL and prices at Irwin & Wilson's. mar2 DOUBLE AND SINGLE BA rcl fowling pieces at mar2 Iiww & Wilsok's. I^ROSS-CUT AND MILL SAWS \J best make at IRWIN & WILSON'S. mar2 pO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

/pALL AND SEE THE CHAM-\J PION CLOTHES WRINGER !—The best article in that lino over offered to the public, now far sale by J. & J. HARRIS. sep21'0« MILL SAWS, CIRCULAR and Hand Saws, Tennon Saws, Webb Saws, it-c, for sale by J. & J. HARRIS, may 30"«7. TCE CREAM FREEZERS, Bath JL_ 'Tubs, Clothes Racks and Universal Clothes Ringers, for sale by may-i'G6 J. & jr. HARRIS. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF _£JL GLASS and Mirrror Plate of all sizes, and glass cut to any required size or shape by scp2l'6C J. <£• J. HARRIS. PICTURE FRAMES of ALL Sizes and Styles furnished at short notice and low terms and all kinds of moulding constantly on hand by J. & J. HARRIS. WHEELBARROWS! Wheelbarrows ! For sale low by Ifi.'GT. J. & J. HARRIS. « 1 AMPS, COAL OIL LAMPS, JLi Brackets, Hanging Lamps, Sive Lamps, Universal Lanters, aud all Iciuds of Lanters, fur sale by J. & J. HARRIS. 21'6G BELTING! BELTING! A lino lot of tho best oak tanned Icath...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

UQTJORS. T^THOLESALE WINE AND LIQUOR STORE! J. B. BTTELE. BISHOP STREET, BELLEFONTE , PA. In Stono Building formerly occupied by tho Keystone Bakery. All Barrels, Kegs and Casks warranted to contain the quantity represented. Tho proprietor of this establishment takes pleasure in informing tho public that he has constantly on hand a supply of choice foreign and domastic liquors such as OLD NECTAR, OLD RYE, MONONUAHELA, AND IRISH WHISKEY. COGNAC, BLACKBERRY, CHERRY, GINGER AND "COMMON BRANDIES. PORT MADERIA, SHERRY AND LISBON WINES. SCOTCH AND HOLLAND GIN, NEW ENGLAND RUM.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 2 October 1868

JAMAICA ROM, CORDIALS Peppermint, Anniseed and Rose. Tho attention of practicing physicians is called to our stock of puro liquors, suitable for medical purposes. Bottles jugs and Demijohns constantly on baud. We have the ONLY PURE Nectar Whiskey in town. All our liquors were bought when liquors were low, and wo sell them accordingly. AlUiquors aro warranted to give satisfaction. Confident that ho can pleaso customers lie respectfully solicit a share of public patronage. Liquors will be sold by tho quart, barrel or tierea. Ihavo a large lot of BOTTLED LIQUORS of the finest grades, on hand. Nor. 12 1863.

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