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THE TIMES "NEW BLOOM FIELD, TA., JANUARY 2, 1877.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
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We Invite cnramnntrstlOTis from ll rron whnirt
InterMtAdtn mttrs properly belonsiuir to this de
partment. -A tluettlon put to the Connecticut Board T
'"Mytfiig sickened, rcftised to eat and
'be comforted ; tongue not much furred,
-tail ft little. Bmith wild, give charcoal,
but no hankering for charcoal was man
ifest. Brown said It was tooth-ache,and
weJinocked out one that seemed to
crowd. The downcast expression 5f the
animal continued, and Jones recom
mended bleeding by the excision of the
tail. 'No blood ; successive Inches were
lopped, until there was little or nothing
left for subsequent operators; still little
bloodr and no improvement in the de
jected expression of the beast. Eyelet
hole In the legs were then searched for
and cleansed. Williams said it would
promote healthier action, but here the
pig lay down without much other action
of any sort. Peebles now said the case
was . critical, and advised to cut a
email slit between the earf, (which had
been, previously subjected to like trent
ment'With the tail,) and to rub In salt.
This promised to be 8uccesful, ibut jut
at that moment the animal, with char
acteristic obstinacy, died. My question
Is, ""What didn't I do that I should
have done, and what should I have done
that Illdn't do, to save that pig V"
Value of Ashes.
Some of pur readers who have ashes
.of which they think they ought to dis
pose In order to prevent loss, may in
quire to what special crops they should
be applied. We reply that for onions,.
Ashes are among the very best of fertil
izers. For this crop they should be
strewed along the rows, lengthwise, and
the cultivator should then be run be
tween them or else they should be hoed
yhand. Applied to Indian corn, a
handful to each hill, immediately before
a rain, or Just before a crop is hoed, they
give good returns. They are also very
good for vines in the garden. In most
seasons the application to grass land im
mediately after the first crop of hay has
been removed, has a.very fine effect and
insures, a good crop of rowen. There are
ways enough in which all the ashes that
are.made can be profitably used on the
farm, and they certainly ought to be
saved and used to the best possible ad
van tage. Neto England Homestead.
Petroleum as Fuel In Russia.
The. demand for English coal in St.
Petersburg and in the nor a of Russia is
Jikelj ito be considerably reduced, partly
in consequence of .the large quantity
and .Imported from -Westphalia, and
partly from the impetus likely to be
given to the . production of mineral oil.
An American speculator, who has
" struck oil" in the valley ef the Volga,
has .taken on lease 350,000 acres of land,
which he has already begun to work.
He promises to sell petroleum at thirty
per cent, under itiie price af that im
ported from America, and he has already
shown the value of his discovery by
supplying some of the steamers on the
Volga. It is said that the ccmpanies
which have tried heating with he new
fuel are perfectly satisfied with the re
sult f the.experiment.
Liniment for Horses.
A correspondent says : Some time
ago I was a good .deal worried wiUi a
couple of horses which had sore backs.
I tried various remedies without success,
and was beginning to despair, when the
following receipt came to my notlae.
" The loner bark of white oak bari;
boiled in an iron ketUe (never use a brass)
until it is as black as ink ; while boiling
drop in piece of alum, about the size of
a hen's egg."" This liniment is to be ap
plied with a sponge, and is good for any
sore or bruise ; in fact it is a safe thing
to keep in oue's barn ready for use
when occasion requires. As I found
this so useful I venture to send it for the
benefit of others who may not he In pos
session of anything as good.
Hub to a cream three cups !' ugar
with one and a half of butter, tir in
three-well-l)euten eggs, three cups of
sifted flour, and rose-water or essence of
lemon, to the taste. Dissolve a tea-
pointful of suleratus lu a cup of milk,
strain it into the cake, and add three
more cups of sifted flour; bake imme
diately, in cups or pans.
Ctf-Says the Portlund (Oregon) SUuul
ml : 4i In this state, as well as in Cali
fornia, the potato rot lias made its ap
earanee, and agriculturist are fearful
that they will not be able to carry the
crop through the winter, nnd are there
lore desirous of closing out their hold
ings ut present low prices."
1877 NEW YORK.
The different edition of Tn Him during the
next year will be the Mine asdurlug the year Mint
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vocate of reform and retrenchment, and of the
substitution of statesmanship, wisdom and In.
tegrlty for hollow pretence, Imbecility, and fraud
In the administration of public affairs. It will
contend for the government of the people by the
people and lor the people, as opposed to govern
ment In (he ballot box and In the counting of
votes, en forced by military violence. It will en.
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from a million of souls with the most careful,
complete, and trustworthy accounts af current
events, and will employ fur this purpose a numer
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corresimnrtents. Its reports from Waslrington,
especlall, will be full, accurate and fearless j and
It will doubtless continue to deservethe hatred of
those who thrive by plundering the Treasury or
by usurping what tnn law does not give them,
while It will endeavor to merit the confidence of
the public hy defending the rights of the people
against the encroachmeuls of unjustified power.
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tjmit Address, TUK 81! N, New York City, N. Y.
Improved CUCUMBEH WOOD
PUMP, Tasteless, Durable, Ef
ficient and Cheap. The best
Pump for the least money. At
tention Is especially Invited to
Blatchley's Patent Improved
Bracket and New Drop Check
Valve, which can be withdrawn
without removing the Pump or
disturbing the Joints. Also, the
Copper Chamber, which never
eracksor scales, and will outlast
inv other. For Hale bv 1ealers
everywhere. Send forOatalogue
CHA8. . BLATCIILEY, Manufacturer.
6 7 ly 606 Commerce St., Vnilapelphia, Pa,
Do you want BOOTS of any kind T
If so, call and see the
now oupkuri) iiy
K . M O It TIMER,
STeio Pension Law,
TNDKK an act o( Congress approved March 3,
XJ 1873, widows of olllcers who were killed, or
died of disease contracted in the service, are now
entitled to $iiKi par month for each of their chil
dren. Tlie guardian of a minor child of a soldier who
Heretofore? only received 8. IK) per month pension
Isimiw entitled to per moth.
Soldiers who receive invalid pensions can now
have their pensions increased to any sum or rate
between $8. and (18. per mouth.
Soldiers who have lost their discharges can now
Fathers and mothers who lost sons in the serv
ice upon wliom.iicy wore dependent for support,
can also ooiaiu pensions.
The undersigned having had over 10 years ex
perience iu the Claim agency business will at tend
promptly t claims under the above act.
Call on or address
Attorney for Claimants,
20tf. Perry Co., I'a
Daily Express nnd Freight Line
t?LOOM FIELD & NEWPORT!
rpHEsubscrlberwishes to notify the cltizensof
JL Bloomfleld and Newport that hetsrutuiinga
Dally Line between these two nlaces.and will hu.nl
Freightnf any kind, er promptlydeliverpaekages
or iiitrowKttseiiirunieti 10 iiiCMre.
MwOnrarsniKy be ltt for him ut the stores of
r. Mortimers Co., New Hloomneld.or Millig4i&
Musser, Newport, fa.
.1. 8. WniTMORE.
yil.I.lAM M. SUTCH,
Justice of (Ii leu,
AND GENLRAL COLLECTOR,
New Bloomfleld, Perry County, Penn'a
" Stieeial attention naid to Collection of nil
kinds. Heeds. Bouds. Mortgages and Agreements
linn iv nufviuen. 7 Hill
Notice lo Trespassers.
NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons not to
trespass on my grounds bv picking berries,
Mshlnc, hiintini. or otherwlsetiespasslng, as they
will he dealt with according to law.
W. II HERMAN.
Greenwood t p., Aug. 10, 1875. tf
T1JH1ASS NOTICIC- All "persons nre
forbid to trespass on my laud In Kavllle
township furanv purpose whatever, and a reward
of So will be paid tor testimony that will eouvict
any person of such trespass.
AS DREW I.OY.
May $. 187 tr
FLANNELS A splendid assortment of Flan
(this, just opened by r. MORTIMER
MO day at home. A (rents wanted. Outfit and
terms free. Tit UK & CO,. Augusta. Maine.
Offers his services to the citizens of Perry and
Ciinilwi'land counties. Post ofllcn address
Shermansdale, Perry co..'Pa.
Blaln, Perry county Pu.
-Terms Moderate and every exertion made
to render satisfaction. i(f
Auctioneer...- Tlio undersifrned plve
notice that he will cry sales af anv point In Perrv
or Dauphin counties, orders are solicited and
promptattention will he piven,
K. I). WRLL8,
Perry co.. Fa.
. Charres vert- Uu'
Post flfllee address
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. m MARKET 8T.,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Streat,
WHOLKSALK DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
21 NOIITII WHAUVES,
AVID. J, HOAR & CO.,
HOAR MoCONKKY k CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
81S MARKET STKEET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO.,
Wholesale Dbalbrs im
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4. NORTH FIFTH STKEET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Oil Cloths, Carpets.
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Hatting, Twines, . &c,
Aud a line assortment of
WOOD and WILLOW WAI5K.
No. 420 Market street, above 4th.
JOHN LUCAS & CO.
ONLY MANUFACTTJ KKHS
PURE SWISS GREEN.
White Lead and Color
Nob, 141 and 143 North Fourth St..
JMITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
On High Stbbet, East or Oabuslb St.,
Xew Blooinflcld, Penn'a.
THE subscrlberhas built a large and commo
dious Shop on High St., East of Carlisle Street
New Bloornneld, Pa., where he l prepared to man
Of every description, out ot the best material.
Sleighs of every Style,
built toorder, and finished in tbe mostarttetleand
M. Having superior workmen, he li prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
the bestClty Work, and much mora durable. ud
at much more reasonable rates.
lydone A call I (solicited.
p D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Booksellers and Stationers,
And Dealer la
WALL PAPEK, KTC,
No. 430 Market Street,
2EIGLER & SWEARINGEN'
8HAFFNBR, ZIEGLER CO.,
Importer! and Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Four! h Street,
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers la
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
II Li AN If BOOKS
Always ob hand, and madeto Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets
Publishers of Sanders'New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's Hlstoryot
ton unuru oiaies.reuon suuuine naps, so.
gARCROFT & CO..
Importer and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, &o.,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
T EW. T. M0UL,
Weimer, Wrifiht & Watkin,
Munuractnrer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
ATo. .102 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Impobtbbs and Jobbbhs oi
923 Market Street,
TRIMBLE, BRITTON A Co.,
No. 605 MARKET STREET,
David Masters. I. A. Detwiler. W. M. B.Ba
RASTERS, DETWILER & CO.,
Manufacturers of and
WHOLESALE DEALERS AY
328 MARKET STREET,
TlTTtT A TYPT DTtT A
10 9 A AXAAJXJAJAJA
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 825 Market Street,
JT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "THE UNION,")
JOS. M. FEUEB, Proprietor.
817 & 819 ARCH BTREET,
$3.60 Per Day.
'I 'HIS HOTEL belnj? centrally located, and hav
JL lng been entirely refitted. It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can be desired
JINDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT.
REFLECTOR COMBINED !
Giving Double the Light of
any other Chimney,
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
FOR OIL I ,
Everybody who sees them are
gJJ The Trade supplied at
a Liberal Discount.
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld, Perry co.. Fa.
Mr Office Next door to tbs residence of Judge
Junkln. 46 tf
AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law,
New JblooiuHeld, Perry county, Pa.
t&" Office directly opposite the Post-Offlce,
and adjoining tbe Mansion Honse.
ATTORNEY AT LiAW,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA.
WClalms promptly secured and collected
Writings aud all legal business carefully attend
ed to. 32 y
JAMES H. FERGLSON, Attorney-at-Law.
-Office Market Street, near the Square. 35 6
CHARLES H. SMILE Y, Attorney at Law.
New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa.
V Office with C. A. Barnett, Esq., on High
Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyfe
rlaa Church. August 20, 1872.
New Bloomfleld, PerryCo., Pa
, " Office opposite the Mansion House and next
door to the Posi-Ofllce.
Refers to B.McIutlre, Esq. June27,1871.
TTM- A- 8PONSLER, Attorney-at-Law,
TV Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East
Main street. New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa. 3 2 ly
JOHN G. SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Bloomlleld, Perry co Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical aud Surgical Dentistry
done In tbe best manner, and at reasonable
M.OfHce at his residence, one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite Win. A. Sponsler's
Law office. 3 2 ly
WJ1. N. BE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law,
,., ew Bloomfleld, Perry co., T.
Bloomfleld, 3 33 ly.
WM. M. SUTCH,
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW,
ll."Offlce-Two doors West of Mortimer
Dior1 7 ly
LKWIS POTTER, NOTABT PUBLIC, New Bloom,
field. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully
prepared and. acknowledgements taken. All
Kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be retd in
any court In the United States. 7101y
CHA8. J. T, McINTIRE, Attornev at Law
. .New ,10n'neld,Perryco.,Pa.
fT7"M. A. MORRISON,
Mi I5LC5rOFIHK PKAOK and GENERAL
COLLECTOR. NbwGbhmahtowk. Perry co., Pa.
" Remlttanceswill be made promptly for all
Collections made. 7 44
CUAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Blenmheld. Perry eo.. Pa.
RICHARD L. MAGEE, '
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE
t, OJ108 his residence. In t'ENTR K TOWN-
New,BanSdUU,yil'eUn'-- n8 n"lB Sol