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Tuesday, November 29, 1870.
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
Weinvile communications from all personsioho are
interested in matter! properly belonging to this
A correspondent of the Independent,
travelling in Sweden, was immensely de
lighted with the coffee served on tho
steamboats and hotels. " At Upsala," he
writes, we determined to find out how
they made such perfect coffee as wo had
just drank, and stepped into tho neat
kitchen of tho little hotel ; and this was
the report: Take any kind of coffee-pot
or urn, and suspend a bag made of felt or
very heavy flannel, so long that it reaches
the bottom, bound on a wire just fitting
the top; put in tho fresh-ground pure
coffee, and pour on freshly boiled water.
The fluid filters through the bag, and
may be used at once; needs no settling,
and retains all its aroma. Tho advantage
of this over the ordinary filter is its
economy, as tho coffee stands and soaks
out the strength, instead of merely letting
the water pass through it. ' Do you boil
it V then inquired the learner. ' Na-a-a-ay,'
said the maid in simple astonishment that
any one should bo so wasteful as to send
the precious aroma away in steam, should
rob that princo of food of that evanescent
something which constitutes his nobility,
and reduce him to a mere aliment. As
soon would one think of throwing away
that drop of sunshine, charged with all
the summer's gold which lies at the throat
of a bottle of Johannisberger."
How to Break Colls to Lead.
Take a piece of common size rope six
or eight feet long : make a noose on one
end large enough to slip easily into the
colt's mouth. Then take the other end
and pass it over his neck, through the
noose on the under side of the mouth,
and you aro ready to begin operations.
Step around to one side of the animal a
few feet off, and command him to movo j
at the same time givo a sudden pull on
the halter. Continue in this manner,
giving a sudden pull sideways (but never
forward) every time tho colt refuses to
move, and gently pat him on tho neck
when he obeys. 13y this method any
colt can generally be broken to lead in a
couple of hours ; after this any kind of
halter can be used. A colt broken in
this manner will not learn to pull back on
the halter, as many do when the method
of pulling forward on the halter and beat
ing to make them lead, is resorted to, as
is often done. Western Rural.
A correspondent of tho New England
Farmer says, if persons who have lost
their cabbage by the caterpillar, which is
tho offspring of the Yen's Bapac, will
another year, after setting out their cab
bages, keep them well sprinkled with a
solution of blue vitriol and water a piece
of vitriol as large as a walnut to a pail of
water they will not bo troubled much
with the worm. Hellebore answers very
well in place of tho vitriol Care must be
taken not to get the solution too strong,
as it is poison. Liquid hen-manure is
also very good.
'If correct this statement is impor
tant: " The omnibus and street car com
panies of New York city have found that
a horse weighing 1,000 or 1,100 pounds
is the most serviceable, and the best food
for him is twelve pounds of hay a day,
15 pounds of corn meal, and two or threo
pounds of salt in a month. Tho hay is
cut, moistened, aud tho meal mixed with
it. Twenty miles of travel a day is ex
pected of him."
' Buckwheat griddle-cakes : Tho
fine brown color so desirable on this fa
vorite breakfast dish cannot bo obtained if
we rely on buckwheat flour and water
alone to furnish the batter, In order to
secure this color milk should be used in
stead of water and ia its absence wo
should recommend tho addition of finely
mashed potatoes. ; This mashed potato
improves the flavor of the cakes and
causes them to rise better.
Spots on Carpets.
A few drops of carbonate of ammonia
in a small quantity of rain water will if
carefully applied, remove stains from car
pets, whether produced by acids or alka
lies. Carpets injured by whitewash have
been perfectly restored by this simple re
When to Plant readies.
An exchange has the following in an
swer to an inquiry as to the best time
to plant peach trees spring or fall :
Our advice is to procure tho trees this
fall and heel them in carefully, first pru
ning every root, after heeling them in,
take care that no trees or root3 lay across
each other, but tliut tho earth touch
every part of the root. Of course a dry
place should bo selected for tho heeling
in; the trees should have their tops to
ward the south, and tho earth say ono
foot deep over the roots, and four inches
deep along on the bodies, two and a half
or three feet towards their tops. As soon
as tho ground will work clean in the
spring, do tho plnnting out in the orchard,
and then prune the tops as fust as planted,
cutting them so that no tree bo over
three feet out of the ground.
t&" Put dried fruit in common mus
lin bags with a little sassafras bark scat
tered through; put a handful of bark to
a bushel of fruit, and no worms willtrou
Life Insurance Company,
OP NEW YORK,
STRICTLY M UTUAL t
A.ssotH, S$ J ,500,000 :
ISSUES all the now forms of Policies, and pre
sents as favorable terms as any company In tho
The Company will niako temporary loans on Its
Thirty days' grace allowed on each payment, and
the policy held good during that time.
Policies issued by this Company aro non-forfeiture.
No extra charges are made for traveling permits.
Policy-holders share in the annual profits of the
Company, and have a voice in tho elections and
management of the Company.
No policy or medical fee charged.
Justus Lawrence, Pres't.
M. B. Wvnkoop, Vice l'res't.
. P.Kooehs, Scc'y.
J. I1'. EATON,
No. 6 North Third Street,
4.2V yl College Block, llarrisburg, Fa.
New Bloomflcld, Ta.
THE subscrllcr having purchased the property
on the corner of Maine and Carlisle streets,
opposite tho Court House, invites all his friends
aud former customers to give him a call as ho is
determined to furnish lirst class accommodations.
3 ltf. Proprietor.
Perry County, Pcuu'u.
HAVING purchased tho hotel formerly occu
pied by David B. Lupfor, situated on North
Carlisle Street ad ioinlnir the Court House. I am
prepared to receive transient guests or regular
To all who favor me with their custom, I shall
endeavor to furnish lirst class accommodations. A
call is solicited.
Bloomiield, March 9, 1869. 3 10 ly 6
Thomas Mooke. s. 8. Weber.
GREATLY IN PltO VJ1
HE. FITTED !
This line Hotel Is located oil
Arch Street, Between Third and Fourth Street,
M001U! & WEBEIt
January 1, 1809.
OTICE TO LAND OWNERS I
After tho 12th dav of August of this year. (1870)
suits will be liable to be brought in the Court of
Uauphlii County for money duo on lauds in Perry
3.For information relatlvo to tho Patenting of
lands, call on or address
B. 11. UAlltllAllll,
Attorney-at-Law & County Surveyor.
Bloomiield, March 8, 1870. tf.
Clocks. Another new lot of 00 hour
and 8 day Clocks just received by P, Mois-
timeh & Co. Now Bloomflold.
Hand bills Circulars and all kinds of Job
Work, done promptly, at the Timet OJftce.
Banking and Stocks.
Jay Cooko & Co.,
112 AND 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET,
DEALERS IN ALL
Old 5-20 Wanted
IX EXCHANGE FOR NEW.
A LIBERAL DIFFERENCE ALLOWED.
Compound Interest Notes Wanted.
INTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS.
t" COLECTIONS made STOCKS bought
and sold on Commission.
t3F SPECIAL business accommodations re
served for LADIES. 8191
KITCHEN CRYSTAL SOAP.
will And tho
KITCHEN CRYSTAL SOAP
A great help In cleaning their houses. It Is th
Original nnd Only Genuine
Paint Cleaner and Restorer, and will clean more
pauii aim uo a ueiicr man any otner soap
It will clean and polish Marble. It will clean and
orignien me jsrass, uopper ana an juetanc Ware,
aud will remove all Paint. Pitch. Tar. Grease. Ink.
Varnish or any other dirt from the hands. It Is
the only Soap for cleaning Windows or any kind of
EABTflEKN WAKE. All other Soaps that are
advertised to do the same are IMITATIONS of our
Soap, and will not compare with
THE QREA T LAB0R-8A VIJXG
KITCHEN CRYSTAL SOAP!
9-Trylt and you will like It. Ask for the
"Kitchen Crystal Soap," and take no other. All
Grocers sell it.
EASTMAN & BROOKE,
431 North Third Street,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
9.Tho above is for sale by P. Mortimer & Co.
New Bloomiield, Pa. 8313m.
Mutual Eire Insurance Company,
POLICIES PERPETUAL at Low Rates. No
Steam risks taken. This is one of the best
conducted and most reliable Companies in the
State. Country property Insured Perpetually
at $4 00 per thousand, and Town property at S5 00
Cattle Insurance Company,
INSURES HORSES AND CATTLE AGAINST
Death, Theft, or Accident, at very Low Rates.
Call on or address
NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA.,
Agent for Perry County.
From the Dally Miners' Journal of July 22, 1870.
Yesterday James H. Grler, Agent of the Leb
anon Mutual Fire Insurance Company, promptly
paid Lewis Harris $150, ills Insurance policy In full,
which ho lost by 11 ro on Railroad Street, last Fri
day. Mr. Grler also paid John Pettinger 880, his in
surance iK)licy in full, which was on a horse that
died last Saturday, and was insured In the Penn
sylvania Cattle Insurance Company, of Potts
FAltMEHS ! EXAMINE A5fl 11 V Y
The Firwt Haw Bono Thosphato Made.
All Others are Imitation.
Super Phosphate ofUitie!
This Manure Is made of Haw or Unburned
Bones, rich in Nitrogenous matter, dissolved in
Oil of Vitriol, presenting tho Bone Phosphate In a
highly soluble and quickly available form, and the
Ammonia In such proportion us to insure a prompt
and vigorous action upon the crops.
Where Baugh's Phosphate was applied the past
season, the indications, without exception, are that
it will maintain its well earned reputation. We re
quest all in need of a Fertilizer to give litis article
BAUCH & SONS,
Offlco No. 20 S. Mawaro Avenue,
4 29 6ra 0
The Best in the World!
NO SAND ! NO EOSIN I NO CLAY !
NO ADULTERATION OF ANT KIND I
Oiildren Can Do Tie Washing. JVo Washboard
Required. JS'o Hotting Needed.
By the use of the Uhequaled and Unapproachable
Dobbins9 Electric Soap,
Clothes, Money, Fuel, Labor, Timo
ALL ARE SAVED!
Try It onco, and use it ever afterward. Every
Grocer Sells It. Every Family Uses It.
NO ONE CAN DO WITHOUT IT !
Be sure that the wrapper has on it the cut of Mrs.
Fogy and Mr. Enterprise, and that each bar is
stamped with the name of the Inventor
and originator, J. B. Dobbins, as none
other is genuine.
Like everything of great value. It Is extensively
counterfeited, and the market tilled with
false and worthless Electric Soaps,
not worth house-room, and
dear even if given
The Finest American Toilet Soap, fully equal to
tho French made by a French soapmalier
in the same manner as the French
soaps are made, and sold at
one-fourth their price, is
Dobbins9 Toilet Soap!
NO TOILET IS COMPLETE WITHOUT IT I
The Best Emoliient in the Market!
It is given the preference at every watering place
in the country, and is for sale everywhere.
Plcnwo Ask ITox- It
Don't be put off with any cheap common soap.
Try it, and see how much BETTElt It is
than we say.
Tho only Boot Polish that will produce a Brilliant
andXastingShlne, and, at the same time
preserve the Leather, is
Dobbins' Electric Boot Polish,
Makes Old Boots Look Like New Ones,
And Calf-Skin Like Patent Leather.
It is put up In a Patent box, the greatest novelty
of tho age. The box atone is worth more to
keep than tho price of Box aud Pol
KB, UGH AT,"
The Oenuino Turkish Bath compound, used In all
Oriental countries, in tho bath, and manufactured
by us on a license and royalty, in exact stylo, odor
and quality from the original receipt, as that
made In Constantinople, and importduties, prelum
on gold, etc., saved, thus enabling us to sell it at a
very low price. By its use a bath becomes Indeed
a luxury. Very highly scented, and producing
miraculous effects upon the skin. It Is really worth
If you want to enjoy life and drive away dull
care, use for your Clothes
ELECTRIC SOAP !
Ubo for your person
Toilet Soap !
USE FOR YOUR BOOTS
Dobbins' Electric Boot PoLisn.
Use In tho Hath
And Subscribe for the
" Electric Messenger,"
a Beautiful Fashion Paper, sent FBEE to all who
will send their names to the Solo Proprietors,
I. L. CItAGIN & CO.,
119 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
102 Barclay Street, New York.
141 State Street, Boston.
!3Thi8 ISoap Is for Sale by F. Mortimer &
Co., New Boomileld, Pa. 4 87 ly
THE Kidneys ire two In number, situated at
the upper part of tho loin, surrounded by
fut, and consisting of three parts, viz t tho An
terior, the Interior and the Exterior.
The Anterior absorbs. Interior consists of
tissues or vels, which serve as a deposit for
the nrine and convey It to the Exterior. The
Exterior Is a conductor also, terminating In a
Bingle tube, and called the Ureter. The Ureters
are connected with the bladder.
The bladder is composed of various cover
ings or tissues, divided into parts, viz. : the
Upper, the Lower, the Nervous, and the Mucous.
The upper expels, the lower retains. Many
have a desire to urinate without the ability;
others urinate without the ability to retain.
This frequently occurs In children.
To cure these affections, wo must bring Into
action the muscles, which aro engaged In their
various functions. If they nrc neglected, Gravel
or Dropsy may ensue.
The render must also bo mado aware, that
however slight may be the attack, it Is sure to
affect the bodily health nnd mental powers, as
onr flesh and blood are supported from these
Gout, or Rheumatism. Pain occurring In
the loins are indicative of tho above diseases.
They occur In persons disposed to acid stomach
and chalkv concretions.
The Gravel. The gravel ensues from neg
lect or Improper treatment of tho kidneys.
These organs being weak, the water is not ex
pelled from tho bladder, but allowed to remain ;
it becomes feverish, and sediment forms. It is
from this deposit that the stone is formed and
Dropsy Is a collection of water in some parts
of the body, and bears different names, accord
ing to the parts affected, viz. : when general
ly diffused over the body, it is called Anasarca ;
when of the abdomen, Ascites ; when of the
Treatment. Ilclmbold's highly conccntra
ed compound Extrnet Buchu is decidedly one
of the best remedies for diseases of the blad
der, kidneys, bladder, dropsical swellings,
rheumatism and gouty affections. Under this
head we have arranged Dysuria, or difficulty
and pain in passing water, Scanty Secretion, or
small and frequent discharges of water j Stran
gury, or stopping of water j Hematuria, or
bloody urine ; Gout and Rheumatism of the
kidneys, without any change in quantity, but
increase in color, or dark water. It was al
ways highly recommend by the late Dr. Phys
ick, in these affections.
This medicine increases the power of diges
tion, end excites the absorbents into healthy
exercise by which the watery or calcareous de
positions, and all unnatural enlargements, as
well as pain and inllamation, are reduced, and
it is taken by men, women, and children. Di
rcctions for use and diet accompany.
Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 25, 1807.
H. T. IIelmbold, Druggist :
Dear Sib I have been a sufferer, for upward
of twenty years, with gravel, bladder, and kid
ney affections, during which time I have used
various medicinal preparations, and been under
the treatment of the most eminent Physicians,
experiencing but little relief.
Having seen your preparations extensively
advertised, I consulted with my family physi
cian in regard to using your Extract Buchu.
I did this because I had used nil kinds of ad
vertised remedies, and had found them worth
less, and, some quite injurious ; in fact, I de
spaired of ever getting well, and determined to
use no remedies hereafter unless I knew of ths
ingredients. It was this that prompted me to
use your remedy. As you advertised that it
was composed of buchu, cubebs, and juniper
berries, it occurred to mo and my physician as
an excellent combination, and, with his advico,
after un examination of the article, and con
sulting again with the druggist, I concluded to
try it. I commenced its use about eight months
ago, at which time I was confined to my room.
From the first bottle I was astonished and grat
ified at the bcnciiclnl effect, aud after using it
three weeks, wqb able to walk out. I felt much
like writing you a full statement of my case at
the time, but thought my improvement might
only be temporary, and therefore concluded to
defer and see if it would effect a perfect cure,
knowing then it would be of more value to you,
and more satisfactory to me.
I am now able to report that a cure is effect
ed after using the remedy for five months.
I have not used any now for three months,
and feel as well in all respects as I ever did.
Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant
taste and odor, a nice tonic and invigorator of
the system, I do not mean to be without it -whenever
occasion may require its uso in such
Should any doubt Mr. McCormick's state
ment, ho refers to tho following gentlemen :
Hon. Wm. Bioler, ex-Governor, Peusylvnnla.
" Tnos. B. Florence, Philadelphia.
" J. C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia.
" J. S. Black, Judge, Philadelphia.
" D.R.Porter, ex-Govcrnor, Pennsylva
nia. " Ellis Levis, Judge, Philadelphia.
" R. C. Grier, Judge, United States Court.
" G. W. Woodward, Judge, Philadelphia.
" W. A. Porter, City Solicitor, Philad'a.
" JonN Bioler, cx-Govcrnor, California.
" E. Banks, Auditor General, Washing
ton, D. C. And many others, if necessary.
Sold by" druggists nnd dealers everywhere.
Beware of counterfeits. Ask for Ilclmbold's.
Tnko no other. Price f 1.25 per bottle, or six
bottles for $0.50. Delivered to any address.
Describe symptoms in all communications.
Address, II. T. IIELMBOLD, Drug and
Chomical Warehouse, 51)4 Broadway, N. Y.
NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS DONE
up in steel-engraved wrapper, with fac
simile of my Chemical Warehouse and signed
H. T. IIELMBOLD.