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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Igricnltnral Items. .,-':-. ' , ';ikk.—The bent, twisted or 'al-;. ";ocks ought to be first husked ; . e the fodder and grain. It pays urc the stalks in good order ; -.- are set up in compact, round " i's, and bound tightly at the tey will stand a great deal ot .tihijured. But it is a good t . draw the stalks when dry, l:. . .'ly if they are to be housed. ia . good plan to fill a shed or barn Vi..'. ¦ \vith corn, to be liusked in raj';;;.' v."eathcr. Grass Seed.—Many farmers sow timothy seed when they do wheat,— but it is apt to grow so large next summer as to injure the grain. This may be prevented by sowing the grass seed in October, and it will also be surer to catch than if sown iu October is a season of harvest scarcely less beautiful to the provident farmer than the one of mid-summer. The corn crop, with its store of grain and fodder, is to be secured; potatoes dug, and fruit gathered. The fanner should employ plenty of help, so as to secure all crops in season and in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

STORING POTATOES. Experience has proved to every potato raiser, that the practice of digging them in the morning and leaving them on the ground, exposed to the "heat of the sun during the day, is a very injurious one. Though potatoes are provided with eyes, it is better if they never see the light. Potatoes that have become heated in the sun, are exceedingly liable to rot; but even if they* escape this, their healthfulness and nutritive qualities are greatly impaired. In some sections of Ireland the custom prevails of putting the potatoes into a covered top immediately after they are dug. The dryer the atmosphere is, aud the colder—providing it is above the fret-zing point—the better it will be for keeping potatoes. If placed in such an atmosphere, they will show no tendency to sprout or rot for years; nor can they be distinguished from freshly dug potates. All changes of temperature, or of the degree of moisture, are unfavorable to the keeping of potatoes. A very good method of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

FABMBSS' SHOE GREASE. Put into some Are proof vessel one-fourth pound of lard or soft grease like lard, one-forth pound of tallow—beef or mutton tallow—onefourth pound of beeswax half pint ofneatsf'oot oil, three or four tablespoonlulls of lampblack and a piece of gum camphor as large as a hen's egg. Melt the ingredients over a slow fire, and stir them thoroughly after they are melted. Never heat it so hot as to make it boil. Soft grease which lias salt in it will not injure the leather. Now, have the leather warm, and warm the grease, not so it will flow, but have it so soft that it may be put ou with a brush. .Should the leather seem to need it, give the shoes or boots an oiling occasionally. It is not best to dry this shoe grease all in before the fire, but alliiw it to remain on the surface of the leather. Aliirht coat of this kind will exclude tlie water even if the 1 mots are exposed to the wet all day. Tots shoe grease will not injure leather by rendering il hard and inel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Several cases of poisoning from potato bugs are reported in the local papers. One woman in Minnesota lost her life by eating her dinner in the field where she had no opportunity to wash her hands before eating. Another received the venom through the pores of the skin. Both had been engaged in killing the bugs. Death from the poison of these insects is preceded by a horrible swelling of the part affected. boRKEL, which is a pest to any field, may be eradicled by the judicious application of lime or ashes. Tlie souring principle of sorrel is oxalic acid ; if this is removed from the soil, sorrel cannot grow. Lime or potash unite with the oxalic acid forming oxalate of lime or potash. These substances are sometimes called sweeteners ofthe soil from their ability to remove acids from it. Sorrel will never grow on lime soils. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

m > ysTt 11 ft Feeding Horses.—The Arabs, the most careful of their lprses of all people, do most of their horsefeeding at night. They say that feeding in Uie day time does not impart so much vigor and elastioity to the animal as night mastication does. Their saying is that "barley at night goes to the buttock—in the morning to the manure." They afford water too, very sparingly during the day time. O—»»-<SP-*» »¦ — It.h proposed to herald the approach of storms during the season of harvest by means ofthe telegraph and cannon, the expense of the same to be paid by the government. It is estimated that nearly one-fourth of our hay and grain crop is annually destroyed by storms during harvest, much of which might be saved if we were in communication with the clerk of the weather. ——-~«~-+.«~4__j_>-.«_..> Hedges are made in South America from the Aloe. It is a most useful tree; nearly every j art serves some purpose; a sweet sap flows from it when tapped...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

^tmsthttftts' Jtatrtmeiit, Green Tomato Pickles. — One peck of green tomatoes, thinly sliced, with skins on, and hud in a jar with salt between each layer, and remain over night; slice 14 large onions (eight will do,) half pint of bi%wn mustard seed, 1 oz. ground black pepper, 1 oz. cloves, 1 oz. allspice, mix all well together, then put into a preserving kettle, a layer ofthe tomatoes (that have been well drained from salt,) onions and mixed spices until the kettle is full, cover them with good vinegar and let them stew or simmer gently for two or three hours, until they are tender, then cover them up in jars, and when cold add salad oil, which not only makes them mellow, but excludes the air; 1 lb. of sugar, or to taste. These are excellent. Cream Puffs.—One pint water, three-quarters of a bound of flour, one-quarter of a pound of butter. Let the butter and water heat; when boiling stir in the dry flour, scalding all of it. Let it cool, and stir in ten eggs, one at a time....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

Orange Pudding.—Grate the peel of three oranges into a pint of milk with three ounces of sugar, and two largo slices of bre id crammed into it; the yolks of four eggs. Let it just boil, with the vessel in water ; add the juice of four oranges and bake half an hour.—Dele, Adrian, Mich. ——<. ~». <*^ .- ^—-— Dover Cake.—One pound sugar, one of flour, half pound of butter, six eggs, one glass wine, one-halt pint sour cream, one teaspoon saleratus. This makes a nice fruit cake by adding fruit and spices. To Keep Cider.—Take new cider and put over the fire and just let it scald up, then put in gOod stone.jugs and seal while hot. Will keep any length of time, and is only richer by standine-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

EOOPIiA^DC'SOIiTTMISr. . INTRODUCED INTO AMERICA FROM GERMANY, in 1835. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, and K90FLANDJS GERMAN TONIC, rilFA'AEEl ) ST DS. C. II. JACKSON , Philadelphia, Pa. The greatest known remedies for Liver Complaint, DYSPEPSIA, Servous Debility, JAUNDICE, Disease " the Kidneys, ESUPTIOHS of the SEES', ami all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver, Stomach, or IMPURITr OF THE SZOOD. Read the following symptoms, and if you find that your system is affected by any of than, you may rest assured that d'scase has commenced its attack on the most important organs of your body, and unless soon checked by the use of powerful remedies, a miserable life, soon terminating in death, will be the result. Constipation, Flatulence, Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or "Weigtit iu the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head, Hurried or Difficu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

wmembs ©crmcat Sonic is a combination of all the ingredients of t1& Billnw, loith WW Santa Cruz Rum, Orange, etc. Misused far the same diseases as the Hitters, in cases where come pure alcoholic stimulus is required. You will hear in mind that these remedies are entirely different from any others advertised for the cure of the diseases named, these being scientific preparations of medicinal extracts, white the others are mere decoctions of rum in some form. The TONIC is decidedly one of the most pleasant and agreeable remedies ever offered to the public. Its taste is exquisite. It is a pleasure to take il, while its life-giving, exhilarating, and medicinal qualities have caused it lo be known as ihe greatest of all tonics. CORSUMPTIOIf. Thousands of cases. wh«n tUc patient supposed lie was afflicted with tliis terrible disease, Iiave lieen cured by the use of these remedies. Extreme emaciation , debility, and coiigSi are tHe usual attesidaiats ispon severe cases of dyspe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

j AAA Sawed Shingles, also IV \J V/largo lot of Pailing i*ud Plnsterin Lath, for sale cheap at onr yard. SI10RTLIDGE.t CO. Beliefonte, Sept. 4, lS6S-tf Git 0 C E IV I E of all kinds in use, always in full supply and at more reasonable rates than elsewhere. Call at' tA.__5TERNBi!RG'3. mar2

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

-VTEW GOODS.' NEW GOODS NEW GOODS At t!:c slo; e of GEORGE J). PIFER'S NO. G, EIIOCKEKIIOFF HOW NO. C, IUIOCKEHHOFF HOW NEXT D0011 TO POST OFFICE NEXT BOOR TO POST OFFICE Where a fres1 .! sr.riply ol FALL AND WINTER DRY GOODS have .just been received in endless quantities mid varieties. COS!U OS'M, (;0ME_ and'exsraine his'slocl; 'before purchasing elsc j__wh=ru. 00DS§AL.M0. -T UIVEX AiVAY Always on hauu__thc celebrated HALL BOOTS &, SHOES MEN'S AND E0Y'P_j_0VERC0AT3, SUITS PANTS_ <f; VESTS, TJNDE3-CL0T1IING §AND HATS;_* CAPS At extremely low rales. Au endless assortment of Ladies DRESS GOODS At tes than City prices. Aline lot otQ Groceries Q,ucensYvTare Cedar Ware CANNED AND DKISD FRUITS, &a., d-c The highest cash prices pa.il tor marketing and countty produce.... DON' FAIL TO CALL LEL'OUC ALL T.1E GOODS ARM-SOLD. 5 221y " ! ! , , . ' , ALL, - i] . " /; , , , _ " ' ,* .:, ]. ,,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

rPRINITY SCHOOL, JL CLAYMOXT. DELAWARE One hour's ride from Philadelphia, on the Baltimore Railroad. A Select Family Sehoo! for boys. The Winter Term of this School will open on September i)th. For Cireulais containing full iiiforinatioo, Catalogue, Conine of Studies, (E-c, address. Rev. J. STUItGIS PEAUCE. July 31.'6S.lm2cv&c. Hector. rpUSCARORA ACADEMY, H FOU.NHF.I) lS.'iti. The Full Session of this iltmrishinf_ Institution will commence on the first Wednesday in September The object of the Institution .is to prepare young men for tho active duties of life, to qualify pupils for teaching, au-1 to train thoroughly such as desire to enter Cclle;;e. The instruction embraces tho -culture of the mind and heart, so that their powers may he well directed.and applied, and a tasto for intellectual purs tits ind virtuous habits developed. For further information send for a Circular Applicants wi.l please juldress I). D STOXE. A. M., Principal, or W, A. McDowell, A. M., Associate...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

QTATES UNION HOTEL PHILADELPHIA This Hotel is fleasant'.y situi.terl on the -outh side of Market Street, a few iloors above Sixth Its central locality makes it pnitieularly desirable to persons visiting the City on business or pleasure. W. D. Koebins, F.CK, Proprietor, Clen:. Formerly ^Merchants' House Apr.2 'liS-ly.12. g. 'XS'SgTraTTssujJ...i.rx^s-^KHi\.m^a^an.-zsr-7:^x:!^^ MITTANY VALLEY INSTI JLN TUTE. This new institution of learning will be located at Jacksonville, Centre county. Pa., and will be opened fur the rccc-p' lion of students, on the 22d of April, A. •!).. 1PBS. under the Pruicinalsliip of Pnif. D. '.!. Wolf. Tin- course of study will be liberal, embracing the Primary, Normal, Scientific and Classical branches. Terms for boarding and tuition will bo reasonable F-ir particulars address 11EY.D. G. KLEIN, A;.r.Iti.-Siu.* Walker, Centre Co., Pa. , . : .. : -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

DAIL ROAD HOUSE. J-t Corner Front and Pine street, PHILII'SliUlt 'i, CFNTKE CO. PA. EOB'T LOYD, Prop | )RODUCE OF ALL KINDS, j[ and good quality, wautc-' at the highest market prices at the. cheap store in l>e lefontc. A. STEityUEltG. \\' HEAT.—The undersigned wish t ¥ to ial'orm tho farmers of Centre county that they will pay tho highest market price ia cash for ail kinds of grain. Aul' .IO. . ZIM.MEiOIAN BROS* CO- (i£N T L EMEN'S DRESS \Jj GO'JtJS, such *.•: Cloths, Casime.rs, Casinets, Vest' .ngs, llo-iery, Collars, Non-:-ties, ie., very low at mar2 A. STEKNUEKft'S. T ABIES' GAITERS, Children's a J Shoes, iind Sundown's, hi've hoon added to the stoeli of FAIRER, .t CO. Apr.2i'>,'67. \\ f AT CUES AND CLOCKS H largo lot just received i.y tjtzc.. ' ¦ : :. pa J t''j... " A LL KINDS of Domestic Goods. / fe lileached and Unbleached tab): Linens, J3ird-E ye, Diapers, Huckaback, plain aiui figured Linen Tuwelings, for snlo by STERNBERG «& DKANDSIS.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

#§&& BARRETT'S W% fj^y/C> Vegetable <P \*C^ § Y HAIR RESTORATIVE V % O /Was decided Ly tho N. H. State Fnir\ 0 %\ $i K> / and is how conceded by the public to bo \ TC a: ZG v | the very best Preparation for Restoring I u x! *5 Gray or faded Hair to its original color; / yS ; *§ w^3 \ promoting its Growth, eradicating IIu-/_~ &j V5 w*_Jl \ mora nnd Dandrufl', and for Dressing /E^ t B^ " ¦ % v*rl \ and Beautifying the Hair. It is free / Kt> nj ' *$%, \*' \ from poisonims drugs, does not /^V al" *i*l j^\ stain tlio finest fabric, and /0_v_w V& C^S. ^aves the Scalp cleav, X. VO^3$ j&fe yy7\ tll(J Hair men, and / •«Ovc_3f-.s / W?/* >V ^ GLoSr ^ ^yj^, ^^hJsS8^' J. R. BARRETT & CO., Proprietors MANOHESTEB, X. H, May 22,'CS-ly. !^ ,

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

ftNSffltoss ^giA%^ V ^'jjS^A^'^.T^- Sfe^..,, ¦¦ .•fcrr**} H MIRKESIOgJII talSBRESSfM jVew^e fc aseBoifte will quickly restore Gray Hair to its natural color and beauty, and produce luxuriant growth. It is perfectly harmless, snd 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 make it desirable for old and young. For Sale by nil Urnggists. DEPOT, 193 GREENWICH ST., N. Y m^ONEBoTOjia Feb.2VG»-..> ,. _ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

"PHILADELPHIA & ERIE JL K-UL ROAD. SUMMER TIME TABLE. Tnp.oi'GH a>;d DiuvinT houtk v,e TWEEy PHILADELPHIA. BAT/fl-.MOilE, i!Aitltl:?1jlii;u'. WILLIAM.SI'OUT, TO THE N O R T I-I WEST, • GEE A T 6 * 1 L. * . REGION OP 1'EXXSVI.ViXIA. Elegant Sleeping Cars on all Night Trains. On ana aftor MONDAY, MAY lllh, ISfiS ilio Trains oa the Philadelphia & Erie Kail Road wiilruii as follows. - Wcstwaril. • Hail Train leaves Philadelphia,....11.15 p. m. " " '¦ Look Haven, 9.S!) a. m, " '' arr. at Erio ". S.iiO p. m-Erie Exp'ss leaves Fhiliidelpliia....l2.0l) noon. " " " Loci; Ilav-en,....10.11 p. in. " " arr. at Erie 10.05 a. m ElmiriL Mail leaves Philadelphia S.1I0 a. m. •' '* arr. Jit Loel: Haven 7.-15 p. in. Eastward. Mail Train leaves Erio 11.00 a. m. *' *f '• 3.<-ek Haven S.55 p. m " " arr. at Ph 1 iduiphia 7.10 a. in. Erie Express leaves !.'::.> 7.-10 p.m. .... 0.110 a. in " *' arr. at i; hi!.:-L-!phia... 5.00 a. m. Mail and E>:;u-.;...

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Bellefonte National — 23 October 1868

f, T>AUGE'S COMME11CIA L :' A "NT U RES. tBADE MARK —...- j&m g^WM OXEVJ^^ia^;,:-^ - CKAOH iflV * j^__ ; --r_/ %14=-11 -EAUGU t-- ;su.\S, i hiUuk-ii-'Uii. xoETHWESTEi; x f.ei;tili..:ix ((CO CiilC'.USO. Suie MiinotUe! rj::v. thicks. IjUugii'p cay,' iiu.vi-: rims?hath, ¦ Soli per 2000 r.onnil. - -. BATIiJirS CII1CAG ) IID. 'CE FEUTIi.IZI'K Sill per 2t)0O ]ioiiim1.-. ilAl.'GIi'S CillCAliO ill.On!) MAN'.'RK, Soil per 21)00 [.omuls. The above M;iuures ai-e i'urni.-hed i;l bi'th : (S and hum!. - -, v. hichever eu:-toi.io'.-J preo r. DS^Tho Ba_;s are uniform in v,-ci_;lit l'.'O pounds..^ The alter.tiou of.T-'aiioeiy is e?peei.-.lly direelc-. to the tact '!r,t the : nrc..- d' the Kan Mati-rial of v/hieii the abo.'e Manure- ;;ru eon posed, yre so -.veil ooilei' ei.eind th:.t v.e can furnish them of strietiv ui.ii'i'rm ._aa!i:y am', condition. :i:id that they contain a lorcer percentage of ammonia than any other eiasjj of ma.-.ufaetiM-ed nntinro:! in ihe market....

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