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TIIK T1MKS, NEW 1VL00MF1ELD, PA., JUNE 19, 1877.
f be )loomfultr Stmts.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
W1nvlt nimniilfinllofii fnim all TtAmnil who BW
IntpiTHtM in tiiHttt'is proptiiy beloiiKlnK tui de-
Heavy Draft Horses.
In Hoeton, New York, and other
cities, large, powerful, draft, horses are
selling at very remunerative prices, con
frequently many might be bred by
farmers who have no Inclination to
raise trottern, and a more useful race of
plow teams would thus be brought into
existence. There are at present time a
great many mares which are compara
tively small, but which would breed
fine stock from our great draft ntallions.
There will soon be an Increased demand
for these horses In consequence of their
exportation to England, which has al
ready begun, and because the great rail
way companies find these heavy horses
are far more suitable for moving cars
through cities from one depot to another.
Besides this, there is a growing tendency
to nse more substantial agricultural lm
piemen ts, and a riding sulky-plow is
now being made to the number of
thousands in the West, and these are
pretty weighty and will require strong
horses to work them. There are already
a great many stallions spread over the
West and Canada, and stallions are
advertised to bo sold or let for the season,
so doubtless the services of horses will
be obtainable by every one who may take
a little trouble.
The United States is at the present day
improving her agricultural live stock of
all varieties in a very rapid manner, and
. it only requires a better system of
managing grass land and of restoring
fertility to the over-cultivated and over
cropped soil toInsure a long period of
To Make Great Laying Hens.
It is claimed that there is as much
advantage gained in selecting hens with
prolific -tendencies from any breed, as in
selecting good milkers to improve the
dairy stock, and the hypothetic per
haps established fact is one that stands
to reason. Every one who keeps fowls
is well aware that certain ones a re greater
egg producers than others of the flock,
and the eggs of only such as these should
be saved for the purpose of increase.
One writer on the subject says that he is
perfectly certain that the numberof two
hundred eggs per annum may be attain
ed with perfect ease in a few years' time
t-hould the object be systematically
sought. It is a matter within the means
of till who feel interested in it, and one
that can be easily tested without any
knowledge whatever as to fancy points.
If the poultry flock of the farmer can be
made to produce double the eggs usually
i obtained from a certain number of hens,
the improvement will bea paying one.
A Novel Scare Crow.
Says an exchange: " A very success
ful plan has been tried by placing in the
crow's way a number of grains with a
horse-hair run through them. He is
bound to swallow one, and his note of
alarm is soon sounded. It is impossible
for him to dislodge the grain, and if he
can be watched a sufficient length, of
time he will beseeitocuthisown throat
in scratching at it. His usual note is
changed, and I canassure you, life to
him is such a misery he would even wish
that he were dead. It has been noticed
that after the note of alarm has been
sounded all the crows in the vicinity
will leave that field and approach it no
more that season. It is a simple thing,
yet all who try it will find it a success."
ttag" A correspondent of the Rural Sun
advises that sweet-potato hills be mulch
ed with old straw, sorgho cane stalks,
leaves, shavings, sawdust, old spent tan
burk, or anything that will hold mois
ture, tilling up between the ridges to the
top ; the mulch keeps down the weeds
and grass, and keeps the vines from
taking root between the ridges, and
keeps the ground moist and warm, two
very necessary conditions to the rapid
growth of the tubers. Last seasons the
vines so mulched produced far more and
better potatoes than the un mulched
portion. The mulch is applied about
the time the vines begin to form runners
The Fruit Record says: "We
cannot grow 'peaches with success except
we prune trees every year; leave but a
single tree unpruned and its leaves are a
light, sickly green, It bears one or two
peaches, and that is the last of the tree.
Where trees are pruned every year, cut
ting back more than half the growth
of the season, peach trees bjnr from
tlfteen to twenty yeais, an t some even
Or There are 4,840 liUU of potatoes
o rn to an acre, when three feet apart
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY
JO WIN A I uKT UNEI
Third Grand Dollar Drawing, 1877.
At New Oi lcans, Tuesday, July 3d.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
i ms institution was rpguinrly incorporated by
the legislature of the Htute for Educational and
i naiiuinie purposes in in, with a I'apltiil of 81,.
tinii.cMi. to which It lias stiife added a. reserve fiiml
of fcW.OKI. lis Grand Single Number Drawings
latie jiih-v iiiiMii my. xi never scaicsor postpones.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $20,000.
100,000 Tickets at One Hollar Each.
list op l'Hi.i:s.
1 CAF1 rAL PRIZE tiO.nno
1 t do n,IHifl
1 do. ito ,',,(.00
2 PRIZES OF J1.000 2.0,0
50 do. iki mkio
Inn do. Mi n.ooo
fH do. 10
louO do. ft s.ucO
fl Approximation Prizes of t.'M l.SOO
0 On. do. Jim fin)
oo. io. to 4.0
1087 Prizes amounting to fca.MO
Write for Circulars or send orders to
iii. a. nAurina. r. u. Box tii2. New Orleans La.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING, Tuesday, An.
.lh. Capital l'l iZKjiO.OOO, Tickets U each. 2lUw
A chance for all to make or save
money.and get the BEST GOODS in the market
TEAS, COFFEES, &C,
sold at lower prices than the same oualltles fan
be bought at any other house in this country.
All good guaranteed to ho satisfactory and as
represented, or the money will he refunded on re
turn of the goods, winch may be done at our ex-
The reputation of our house forselllngstandarrt
(roods at Low prices, (for 30 years), has Riven us a
standing In New York City and vieinitv, that Is
not enjoyed by any other house in the trade.
After mature deliberation w e have determined to
oiler our goods to housekeepers, at the LOWEST
WHOLESALE TKADK PRICES, when a t'LV It is
formed large enough to make a small case. The
goodsof eaeli member ot the club will bo put In
separate packages, and marked with name and
cost, so as to avoid contusion In distribution.
Goods w ill be sent by Express to Collect on Do
livery. All wishing to save money by purchasing
family supplies at New York Whnlesalle Trices
can talk the matter over among friends nml
neighbors, and send tons for Club Circular, t'riee
list, vc. We give a present of either goods, or
money to the person who gets up the club, to
compensate for trouble, etc. Samples of TEA &
COKKKK sent bv mall.
Send for l'rice-tist. and Club Circular. lPdlw
Stiner's New York & China Te . Co.,
M. H. MOSES CO., Proprietors. 2Mt
77.70.S1.S4 and 8ii VSh Y ntnct. Acic York:
Rnni t,,i'- On!v$l Mcapltal required ot
uuu'Vo start canvassing for M Alt K TWAIN'S
NEW SCIiAFHooK. Applv. with stamp, to
John K. llnlloweil.lKHEastpt J AOOrDO
Eight St., New York. 21 tvMHMOOtn!
C New pieces sheet muslc.retaiisror $1 7i sent for
u In cts& stamp. Cheap Music Co., Middleboro,
Best bargains In America. C A RMQ J. F. Man.
Maps and Catalogue lice-
ee-i "" weha. Dover,
Life and Health Without llnigs.
Blue and Red
' Dr. Paneoast's great
work is NOW READY
FOR AGENTi. The
only Hook practically
treating this now uni-
versallv absorbing 'nnW
Mows how to apply
the treatment, and (cits
i many successnu
cures made by the ueof this wonderful inedi
ii in . Circulars nml br terms to earlv appli
cants. .1. M STlililJAUT & CO.. 72:) Chestnut
Street, Philadelphia. 2idlw
iit.V Till: STAMMICll.
It otiftlit to he in evi? l.Shrarv. oIho in ewrtt
Academy and ea ry aWco."-Hmi.Cluts. Minuter.
A lanrt liandfome valiui.t of j'uir i. roiitjiiniut,-
luiisiiiiuiiij iiiwir tunil iiiii.ikii it I'll l 1U III) O-
cabulary. vim liie poiTt-ot Vv mum'iuUon,
Fully Illustrated. Library Sheep, $io.oQ
if now rprnrd,-d bb flie utmnlurd authority, and Is no
rt'ConimriKk'd ly Hryant, l.'Hl-iJwt vittu-r, sini:
ner, H"init. Irxiiii.', Wintriri', Ai.iiKiiz, Muvh. Hrury,
Kvt'i t tl. lanu. niiiP . K-pii. IliUard. 11114I fli m t.ii
ity ot oiirTiriHt aistin-uifhed i'biiitr, aud 1, betides.
ri'C'fitiZ' d a nutd'inty ny tM 1 'i-jKiriiiK-iitu nl our
Vnivj'rHUi and Critical iiictiuuury. tvo. Library bhcfj',
Ctuijiivli;'iiHi.c' lictinuary. I.iirr..tvd. llm-i. Half
Hrhiw.l (l''iiietitury) TMclion -ry. '2:no. Ifa'f roan. $1.0(i.
I'l'iinarv j'ji'nouary. jjiukiimt -a. irtm n. ij;iit rt-au, m;
Poekei pic-iimiury. Illui-trat.'d 4iu.. Ciotii, Huctb.; roan
Mhtiv SncciHt Jii.li- ri' ht.i.ti it'' lit n.lnit,',!. t , a vsfl.
fu i itr'tUfMinciittr and l-ri 'lintr vn Hhni-irv. niaisf tim
ivi iiitined b'Mik, in tii'' i;uiit of o;;r must din.
niiniiiii-p riiiiijiinii-, njr iiiiw MlipiCU BH Wfll U Uy
Jar tae uhfupt'Ht D cUmiarji'M of oar ianiiae.
For MH If 1 VIh'B 'Unr i.!!"!:!1!!- (ii will lw. u-atif
carriage flee, o'u ri-ceift of tli- ori'-p )tv
J. It. IJPI'INTOTT CO..
pub"..-!-. H 'Url'r and S'liTi'iMcru,
?l.?niifl?17 .llnrkct Mi IHILDEU'HIA.
We will start you In a business vou
can make Mi a werk w ithout eauital;
MflNCVeasy and resne.-lalile for either sex
JL A orjsu. ;.;t H iwery. N.Y. 17 Sin
KH' '' Is not easily earned In these times, but
Off! 'lean be made In three mouths by
hmv nun in eiuiersex. m anv part of
the c iuntry who Is willing to wu k steadily at the
employ neut that we furnish, jii a we-k In your
own town. You ned not be far away from home
over lit uli. You can give your whole' time to the
work, or only yo .r spare monu-nts. It costs
nothing to try the business. Terms and '.J (Hunt
free Address at once. It. Hallett at Co . Porr.
land, Maine. 14 jy
A Safe, Sura and Cheap Destroyer of the
POTATO S0 -BUG j CABBAGE
CURRANT WORMS Q aTlf iBL K 0"'" u
tlnllk. PARIS ORETH It dluol.H Is nlf,
mill li 11'rliiklMl. bsr. dMIh. ho d.new to plant., r 1. .unii.
CmuKmrumw.. .m.l. ...llcn firlnU(M)b. hK.)
for Circular with hanrirrj f lfttinio.1.1. OiiL-ount I. Ih. mil.
JLtAtU.tr CIlJUllfiAL WORKS, r. O. 8,., VST
M CMUuil kl., N. Yurk C'ilr-
f.Vor Sale by FRANK MORTIMER, New
l)lo tmfleld. Pa.
Ti1 t'.rA?'.K xo't-' E.-Xotke is hereby given
j that letters of administration m t lie estate
of Nii'li'ilas Ueisinger. late of SavMle twp.. Perry
county. Pa., dee'd.. have liHrii granted to the un'
dersluued re.ldlng In Tineai-ora and havliletwiis
All persons indebied liia'd esiate a re request'
ed to make Miiuied'a'epayiiiHiH ami those having
el.ilms to present them duly authenticated for
A. H. KKHIt. I'uso.triira twp.
May 1st, 1877. - Administrate.
PBINTING of every description neatly ex.
evuted at tbe Bloomiield Times Ollice, at
No. 123 MARKET ST.,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street,
QHARLES S. JONES,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fish, Cheeso and Provisions,
218 NORTH WHAKVES,
J S. DOUGHERTY
J. D. HOAR & CO.,
Oia MAKKET STltKET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO., .
Wholesalb Dealers in
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4, NOKTII FIFTH STKEET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers! n
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting. Twines, &c,
Aud a tine assortment of
WOOD aud WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 Market street, above 4th,
JOHN LUCAS & CO.
ONLY MAN L'FAC T U K K H S
PURE SWISS GREEN,
White Lead and Color
Nos. 141 and 143 North Fourth 8t
gMlTK'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
On high street. East or Carlisle St.,
New Blooralcld, I'enn'a.
THE mibsoi iberlia built a large and commo
dious Khop on High St., East of Carlisle Street
Now ItliKiintlelri. l'a., where he Is prepared to may
utactureto order -
Of every description, out ot the best material.
Sleighs of yery Style,
bullttoorder, and finished in the mostartlstlcand
V Having superior workmen, he Is prepared
tofurntsh work that will compare favorably with
the bcHi city Work, and much more durable, and
at much more reasonable rates.
"KEPA1KING of allkludsneatlyandpromp
lydos A call 1 1 solicited.
I.ANSHI.8-A snlendid! assortment of Flan
tiels. juto;ieued by F. MOKTIMEB
p D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Booksellers and Stationers,
And Dealers In
WALL. PAPEU, ETC,
No. 430 Market Street,
8HAFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers lm
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street.
Agentsfor Lancaster Combs.
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and madeto Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets
3. Publishers of SanriersWew Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of
the United States, Keltou'uOutllue Maps,&e.
jgARCROFT & CO.,
mporleiB aud Jobbers
. Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, &o.,
Nos. 405 and 07 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth.North Side,)
EW. T. MOUL,
AVeimer, Wright & Watkin,
Manuraclurer & 1 kolcsale Dealers
Boots & Shoes .
No. 302 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Importers and Jobbers of
Ollillfl, jr 1 IX H S
023 Market Street,
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co.,
No. 605 MARKET STREET,
TBlLAOHLfBIA. T 10
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street,
gT. ELMO HOTEL,
( FORMERLY "TUB ONION,")
JOS. M. FEWER, Proprietor.
817 & 819 ARCH STREET,
$2.60 Per Day.
-HIS HOTEL belnn centrally located, and ha.
X Iiir been entirely mi-fitted, 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
Everybody who sees them are
The Trade supplied at
a Liberal Discount.
EST STREET HOTEL,
Nos. 41, 42, 43 & 44 West St.,
TEMPERANCE HOUSE, ON THE EURO
ROOMS 50 and 75 cents per day. Charees very
MODERATE. The best meats and vegetables In
the market. BEST BEDS In the City,
i 17 ly B. T. BABBITT, Proprietor.
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney at-Law.
New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa.
-01Uce Noxt door to the residence of Judge
AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloointleld, Perry county, Pa.
lr Office directly opposite, the Post-Ofllee,.
and adjoining the Mansion House.
ATTORNEY AT UW,
NEW BLOOMFIEliD, PERRY CO., PA.
S-Clalms promptly secured collected
WrltlugsandaU legal business carefully attend
edto. 42 yl
JAMES H. FERGUSON, Attornev-at-Law,
4-Ofllce Market Street, near the Siuare. 35 6-
CHARLES H. SMILE V. Attorney at Law.
New Bloomtield, Perry Co. Pa.
Ml Office with C. A. Barnett, Esq., on High
Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte
rian Church. August 20, 1872.
TT7"M. A. SPONSLER, Attorney-at-Law,
TV Ollice adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New Bloomtield, Perry co., Pa. 82 ly
JOHN G.SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Bloomtield, Perry co.. Pa. ,
All kinds of Mechanical aud Surgical Dentistry
done in the best manner, and at reasonable
MwOfflce at his residence one door" East of the
Robinson House, aud opposite Win. A. Bponsler's
Law ollice. 3 21y
WM. N. BE1BF.RT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomtield, Ferry co.. Pa.
Bloomlleld, 3 33 lv.
M. M. RUTCH.
New Bloomtield, Perry co., Pa.
WOfflce Two doors West of F. Mortimer
Store 3 7 ly
V VtDiaPIITTVII vn. . n v n.-n. X'A... m
Xj Held, Perry Co., Pa.
i;eos, uonns, m engages ana ceases carefullv
prepared and acknowledgements taken. AIU
fviiaiin ,ii . friiiuii aim uuiuiijr i'.rr tliuwil auo
certified, will also take deposltious to bo reid lit.
auv court in the United btates. 7 10 ly
CUAS. J. T.McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law.
New Bloomtield, Perry co.. Pa.
-All profefslonalbusluess promptlyandtaltb
fully attended to. 3 2 1 v.
TTr. A. MOHKISOX,
V JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NbwGekmantown, Perry co.. Pa.
Keniittanceswill be iuhiIa iivmimt'lv IathIi
Collections made. , 7 44
CUAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at Law,
New Bloomtield. Perry co., Pa
M-Oftlce on high street. North side, nearly op
po.ite the Presbyterian Church. 3 21y
RICHARD L. MAGEE,
JUSTICE OT THE PEACE,
WOffioe at his residence. In CENTRE TOWN
SHIP. Perry Ceuuty, Peun'a., oae mile South oh
New Bloomtield. 10 3
-yyua-iAM m. sutch,
JmUoe of (he Peace.
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR,
New Bloomtield, Perry Oouaty, Penn'a
jrSmiclal attention paid to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds, Bouds.Mortuageskud Agreement