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THK TIMES NEW HLOOIM FIELD, YA MA11CH G, 1877.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
w invite communications frnin sll persons who are
Interested m iiiitllcrs properly beloiiwlii to this de
partment. Mange in a Horse.
Mu 1 1 Hi; tit it )iorw hIioiiM Iih treutcil nw
follows: MnUo hii ointment, of liml
twelve parts, ourbollo aelil rmo part, antl
milpluir two iurt. Hub iIicho togotlitT
thoroughly, until It Ih well mixed und
NinootU. Work mime of tills ointment
Into the. affected portions of the skin
twlco a tiny. Olverm ounce of llowcis
of pulplmr dully in the fowl, until the
ptwplrutlon of the horse smells strongly
of It, then discontinue It, hut continue
the use of the ointment for some time
longer, until the skin recovers a healthy
appearance. Whitewash the stables and
stall with lime, cover the floor also
. with it, as the inaugc Insect w ill live
upon the woodwork for months, and
return to the horse if not tllstroycd.
It is now admitted by all who have
given attention to the subject, and it is
in accordance with both theory and
practice, that to favor a free growth of
the shoots and leaves, pruning should
l performed while trees are dormant
and leafless. On the other hand, to check
growth, and to promote frultfulness, the
pruning should be done on the tree in
leaf and growing. We know of no cul
tivators who dissent from these truths.
It Is commonly admitted also that Rum
mer pruning favors a more sjwedy heal
ing of the wounds.
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When a cow's milk suddenly dries
up and becomes clotted in the udder, it
fs probably due to garget or Inflamma
tion to the udder from some one of many
causes. The udder Is then hard or
lumpy, and hot. A remedy is to give
the cow nt once 8 or 12 ounces Epsom
Halts, with half an ounce of saltpetre,
repeating tho latter in six hours. If
the milk is dlflicult to draw, a solution
of one ounce of carbonate of soda In a
pint of water should be injected in the
teats with a syringe, and then milked
out. This will bring away the curdled
milk which, if left in will make matters
very much worse. I f the cow Is feverish,
the saltpetre may be repeated for a day
or two. To bathe tho udder in cold
water, rubbing and squeezing It gently
for u considerable time, is useful.
Lemon Jelly Cake.
One pint of Hour, the same of while
sugar, live eggs beaten separately, one
tablespoon fill of butter, one teaspoonful
of cream of tarter, one-half a teaspoon
ful of soda ; when well mixed, four
tablcspoonful of cold water. Tor the
jelly take two cups of sugar1 , yolks of
three eggs, the juice and grated rind of
three lemons ; ook till thickened by
setting in boiling water, then add the
beaten white of three eggs; spread be
tween the layers of the cake and trim
off the rough edges.
Take three teaspoon fuls of Shepley'a
Keystone Making Powder, and one quart
sifted flour, mix lioth. while perfectly
dry, then add one teaspoonful of salt, a
lump of butter about as large as an egg,
mix and rub until dry, add three gills of
milk or water shape into a hot pan
with a spoon (without working) and
bake in a hot oven. This Powder, can
bo had of F. Moutimhh, or other stores
In the county.
A General Favorite.
The Sheplcy Keystone Baking Powder
when used according to printed direc
tions has beooine a great favorite for
producing light, sweet, Nutritious bis
cuit, Rolls, Muffins, Bread, Griddle
cakes, etc. Tor sale by F. Mortimer,
New Bloomfleld, Pa. 10.6t
A Cheap Liniment. ' '
Take equal parts of hog's lard und
coal oil, melt the lard and put the coal
oil Into it while hot, and stir well before
each using. Rub the part affected, with
the preparation, rub well and heat by
the fire until the skin is hot. More
beneflt will be derived from this prepara
tion than most costly liniment.
EST The proper time to repair furming
tools and implements of all kinds, is In
the season when they are not required
for use. The farmer should therefore
see to it that his mowing machine, reap,
era, hay rakes, scythe snaths, rakes,
forks, hoes, ploughs, chains, wagons,
and carts are throughly repaired and
painted whenever necessary In the win
tT The corn crop of Kansas last year
at twenty-flve ceuts a bushel, would be
J IK SUN.
1S77. NEW YOKK. 1877.
The different editions of Tint Htm during tlie
next year will be the mime an (luring the year Hint
linn Just mwnl, The dully edition will mi week
days he aslieet of lour palcs, and un Hiinilms a
sheet of eljiht panes, nr M blond column while
the weekly edition will be h sheet of elcjit pages
of the Mine dimensions nod character tliut kid
already iHinlllnr to our friends.
Tint Hum will nontlnue to lie the strcuiious nil.
vocate of reform and retrenchment, nml of the
substitution of statesmanship, wisdom and In
tegrity for hollow pretence, Imbecility, and fraud
In the administration of public nllalrs. It will
contend for the government of the people by the
people and for the people, an opposed to novern
tneiitln the ballot box and In the coiiiulng of
votes, enforced by military violence. It will en.
deavor to supply Its readers a body now not far
from a million of souls with the most careful,
complete, and trustworthy accounts of current
events, and will employ for tills purpose a numer
ous and carefully selected sUUf of reporters and
orresmndents. Its reports from Washington,
especlall, will be full, accurate and fearless ; and
It will doubtless continue to deserve the hatred of
those who thrive by plundering the Treasury or
by usurping what tue law does not give lliem,
wlille It will endeavor to merit the conlldenre of
the public by defending the rights of the people
against the encroachments of iinjustllled power.
The price of the dally Hun will lie r.S cents a
mouth or dUiO a year, post paid, or with the Hun
day edition 17.70 a year.
The Hiinimv edition alone, eight pages, 11.20 a
The WrRKt.vHtiM. elnlit nnues of fift broad col
umns, will be fin nlshed during 1877 at I lie rate of
II a year, post piuti.
The beiier.t. of this lame reduction from the
previous rule for Tub Wkkki.y can bo enjovedbv
Individual subscribers without the necessity of
milking up clubs. At the same time, If any of
our friends choose to aid In extending circulation
we shall be RraUiliil to them, and every such per
son who Heads ten or more subscribers from one
place will tie entitled to one eopv of the papej
lorhlntHcIf witliout charge. Atone dollar a year,
postage bald, the expenses of paper and printing
lire hardly repaid t and, considering the sire of
the sheet und the (imilltv of lis contents, we are
conddeiil Iho ieople will consider Tim Wbek iv
8in the cheapest newspaper published In the
world, and we trust also one of the verv best,
fioet Address, THK HUN, New York City, N. V.
B LATCH LKT'8
Improved CUOITMBKK WOOD
PUMP, Tasteless, Durable, Kl
llcleut and Chimp. The best
I'uiiip for the least money. At
tention is especially invited to
Hlatehlcy's Patent Improved
Bracket and New Drop Check
Valve, which can be withdrawn
without reinovlnu the i'limu or
disturbing the Joints. Also, the
Copper Chamber, which never
eracksor scales, and will outlast
any other. For sale by Dealers
Commerce Ht., I'nilapelplila, l'a.
Do you want BOOTH of any kind?
If so, call and see the
NOW OtTKMtt) BT
M O It T I M K It .
New Pension Laiv.
UNDKIt an act ol Congress approved March 3,
1H7.1, widows of oltloors who were killed, or
died of disease contracted in the service, are now
entitled to ti.tm per mouth fur each of their chil
dren. The guardian of a minor child of a soldier who
heretofore only received 8S.IK) per mouth pension
Isnow entitled totio. per moth.
Soldiers who receive Invalid pensions can now
have their pensions Increased to any Mini or rate
between 18. and 918. per month.
Holdleis wjiolmve lost thciidisoliaigescan uow
Fathers and ni'lliors who lost sons in the serv
ice upon whom iey were dependent for support,
can also obtain pensions.
The undersigned having had over 10 years ex
perience in the Claim agency business will at tend
prompt 1) to claims under the above act.
Call on or address
Attorney for Claimants,
m New tlloomtleld,
201 C. Ferry Co., Fa
Daily Express and Freight Line
PLOOM FIELD & NEWPORTl
f pHEsubsciiberwIshes to notify the eitlzexsof
JL Bloomtield and Newport that lie Is running a
Dally Line between these two places, and will haul
Frelghtof any kind, nr promptlydeliverpackage
or messagesentrusted to his care.
Ordoi'sniay be lelt for him at the stores ol
F. Mortimer & Co., New Bloom Held, or MullganOi
Huaser, Newport,! a.
.1. 8. WHITMOKK.
ILI.1AM M. SUTCII,
Justice of the la,
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR,
New Bloomfleld, Perry County, Penn'a
-Special attention paid to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds, ltouils, Mortgages and Agreements
real ly executed. 7 liitl
Notice to Trespassers.
NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons not to
trespass on my grounds by picking berries,
fishing, hunting, or otlierwlse trespassing, as they
will be dealt w ith according to law.
W. H HERMAN.
Oreenwood twp Aug. 10, 1875. tf
TUEUPASS NOTICE. -All persons are
forlild to trespass on my land in Saville
towm-liip for any purpose whatever, and a reward
of will he paid for testimony that will convict
any person of such trespass.
Hay 0,1870 tt
LANNKLS A splendid' assortment, of Flan
nets, insi opened Dy ,v. MOKTIMKll
atlay at home. Agents wanted. Ontllt and
terms free. TRUE & CO,, Augasta, Maine.
FATIGUE OR INJURY.
The most complete method of propelling the
sew ing mxchlhe. It saves four-fifths tha labor and
entirely avoids the cause of physical Injury t eu-do-sed
by the medical fraternity. It can be at
tached to any ordinary sewing machine without
reinovliiK the machine from the house. No sew
ing machine should be used without this ini
liortaiir. attautiMient Kend for our circulars,
which exp'n'ns the nrinclnles. Address,
NEW YOUK TKEADLE MFC?. CO.,
6-1 yr. M Ctti fiarifff Street. . y.
NOTICK. The nnderklnneil hereby gives no.
tlce to all persons indebted to him. that their
Kccnnnts must he settled on or before the nrst of
March. After that no further indnleence will be
eranted. - CHRISTIAN KTOUFKER.
bhermansdale, Jan. 9. 1877, d
A q -
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. MARKET ST.,
WAINWRIGIIT & CO.
North Kast Comer of 2nd and Arch Ntreel,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
218 NOUTU WJIAKYES,
AVID. J, HOAR & CO.,
HOAR McCONKKY Hi IHI., '
tllil MAllKKT HTIlJl:T,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO.,
W'HOl.BBALS DBALEHS IK
NO. 4. NOllTH KIKTH HTltKKT.
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers! u
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, fie,
And a fine assortment of
WOOD and WILLOW WANE,
N.120 Market street, above th,
JOHN LUCAS & CO.
PURE SWISS GREEN.
White Lend and Color
Nos, 141 and 1111 North Fourth Ht.,
gMITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
OK IlKiB HTHKKT. KABT Or L'AHLIHI.B HT..
w Rlootnlleld, Penn'a.
THK subscriber has built a large and eomrun.
dious Miop on High St., Kast. of Carlisle Ktreet
New Hloouitleld. Pa., where he is prepared tomaa
Of every description, out of the best material.
Slelsjhs of every Style, v
built toordcr, and rinlshed in the niostartuuicand
- Having superior workmen, ha is prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
the bestOitv Work, and much mure durable, and
at much more reasonable rates.
WUEPA1RIM) of allkludsneatlytudpromp
lydone A call Is solicited.'
TOB PltrXTtKU of every description neatly
I exeeiited on short notice and at reasonable
rates at this office.
jQ D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFAiJTUKKllS
RookscIIers and Stntionei-H,
And Dealers In
XTM.V PAI'KU, KTC,
No. 430 Market Street,
EIGLER & SWEARINGEN
BHAKKNKH, ZIEOLEH & CO..
Importers and Dealers ia
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 86, North Fourth Street,
1'IIILA D EL PHI A , PENN'A.
Agents for Lancaster Com bit.
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,'
And Dealers in
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and made to Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 623 Minor Streets
, ' ALSO
a. Publishers of Sanders' New Headers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's Hlstoryof
the United States, Felton'sOutllne Maps.ftc.
gARCROFT & CO..
Importtu and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, &c,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STKEET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
EW. T. M0UL,
Welmer, Wrifiht & Watkin,
Mannfactarer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
No. 302 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
iMPOKTaBS AND JOBBIBS OF
923 Market Street,
i 1 1 1 lv i:lp i i i a .
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co..
No. 505 MARKET BTREET.
David Ma iters. I. A. Detwller. W. M. B.Bill
RASTERS, DETWILER & CO.,
Manufacturers of and i
3M MARKET STREET.
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street,
gT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "THE UNION,")
JOS. M. FEU En, , Proprietor.
817 & 019 ARCII BTJIEKT,
'I '1JI8 HOTEL beltiR centrally located, and hav
A Ing been entirely bpfitted. It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can be desired
JINDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT. '
REFLECTOR COMBINED f
Giving Douhle the Light of
any other Chimney,
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
Everybody who sees them are
t$S3 The Trade supplied afi
a Liberal Discount. '
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney.at-I.aw,
New Hlooinlleld, Ferry co.. Fa.
-Office Next door to tlie residence of Judge
AM. MAKKEL. Attorney af-I.aw,
New Bloomtield, Ferry county, Pa;
IUST Office directly opposite tbe Post-Office,,
and adjoining tbe Mansion House.
' ATTORNEY AT LAW,
NEW BLOOMFIEI.D, FERRY CO., PA.
Claims promptly secured and collected
Writings and all legal business carefully attend-,
edto. 32 yl
J TAMES H. FEKOfjHON, AttflrneylitXawT
I NKWFOKT, FA.
Jsr-omce Market Street, near tbe Bquare. 35 6
CHARLES H. HMILEY, Attorney at Law.
New Bloomfleld, Ferry Co. Pa.
. Office with O. A. Barnett, Esq., on High.
Street, north side. nearly opposite the Fresbjte
riaa Church. August 20, 1872.
J BAILY, Attorney at Law,
New Bloomfleld, PerryCo., Fa
Office opposite the Mansion House and uexf
door to the Post-Onice.
Refers to B. Molnttre, Esq. June 27, 1871.
TTM. A. 8PONSLER, Attorney at-Law,
T y Office adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New Bloomfleld. Perry co.. Fa. 3 2 1 y
JOHN G. SHATTO, Rurjeon Dentist.
New Bloomtield, Ferry co.. Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry
done in the best manner, and at reasonable
.Office at his residence one door Bast of the
Robinson House, and opposite Win. A. Sponger's
Law office. 3 21y
"TTTM. N. RE1BERT, Attorney-at-Law
T y Ncw Bloomtield, Ferry co.. Fa.
Bloomfleld, 3 331v.
TTM. M. HUTCH, '
New Bloomtield, Perry Co., Pa.
-Offlce Two doors West of F. Mortimer
LEWIS POTTER. SOT at PCWJC, New Bloom
Held. Ferry Co.. Fa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgage and Leases carefully
prepared and acknowledgements taken. All
kinds of Pensioa and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be retd la
anv court in tbe United UUtea. 7 10 ly
tHAS. J. T, McINTTRE, Attorney-at-La w.
KJ New Bloomfleld, Perry to. , Pa.
ST All professional business promptly andait h
fully attended to. 3 Sly.
USTICKOK THK VV kCK and GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NbwOehmastoww, Ferry Co., F.
Remittance wlilbe null promptly frair
Collections made. 7 14
CHA3. A. BARN ETT, Attorney-at Law.
New BleoniReld.Perry eo.. Pa.
sVOfTioe high street, Nona side, nearly op
po.ite tbe Fresby texian Church. 3 i ly
JICHARD L. MAGEE,
JUSTICE OP THE PEACE,
lr Ottlce at his residence, in CENTRE TOWN
SHIP. Ferry Caunty, Fenn'a., on mile Souther
New Bloomfleld. 103-