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THE (TlMFjS, NEVy. BLOOMFIELp, lA.f SKPTEMEIV 4tJ 1877.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
We Invite rnmmiinlestlnn from nil iwron who are
Interested lu matters pruerly belouKiiiK to iuli Ue
psrtraeut. Farming In Kansas.
A Wlcheta, Kan., letter Bays ! Im
mense quantities of wheat are raised In
this section of Kansas. It Is already
harvested, threshed, and coming Into
market. The streets are full of wagons,
and the grain buyers are as lively as the
festive grasshopper, rubbing thelrhamls,
and grinning with bright anticipations
of being able to make a contract with
Russia to fatten Turkey on Kansas
wheat. Corn is growing llnely, and
promises an unusually large yield. It is
far In advance of Illinois corn. Old
corn is quoted at 25c. per bushel ; new
wheat, No. 8, at 85c; No. 4, 700.; No, 2,
These are the prices that the farmer
gets. Now the Atchison, Topeka and
Hunt a Fe ltallroad steps In and robs the
grain buyer, to the tune of 18 cents per
bushel, for transporting the grain 228
miles. The railroads are very moderate
in their demands, charging only about
HI cents per mile to all who would enjoy
the first sensation of traveling at the
rate of 10 miles per hour. The engines
are always dry, and Btop at the end of
each six mile run to drink. They never
run over the bridges but walk, no matter
if the bridge Is only ten feet long.
Sheep raising is quite a source of In
dustry to the few farmers who have ex
perimented In that line. One fleece was
brought Into town, sheared from a half
blood Cotswold lamb, that weighed 141
pounds of unwashed wool.
A finer farming country can be found
nowhere than in' this section of the
State, and at prices so low that even a
poor man can ad'ord a small lot of forty
acres. Rich and well watered rolling
prairie lands can be purchased at prices
ranging from $2 per acre for unimprov
ed to $10 with good improvements
fencing, etc. Provisions are about as
cheap as the land, and a man earning
SI per day can live like a lord and de
posit in the Dime Havings Bank each day
To Increase the Flow of Milk. ,
A southern lady says : " Tepid water,
slightly salted, given twice a day, will
increase the flow of milk one-third ; if
the cow will not drink it at first trial
scatter a handful of bran or meal over
the top of It. .They soon become very
fond of it, and will drink all you give
them. I tried this plan three years ago.
with perfect success. I had only one
cow, and she was of the common scrub
stock of the country, and after she be
gan to drink the water, prepared as
above, she furnished me twice a day
two ordinary water buckets full of
CS The bolting and sifting of flour, it
'has long been known, deprives the con
sumer of 'many of its life-sustaining
elements, and, as a writer in the agricul
tural department of the Weekly Tribune
vemarks, it is only because the eye9 of
the masses are gratified at the expense
of their digestion and health, that the
practice Is still persisted In, despite the
teachings of scientists and physicians.
'The flour from good grain can only be
improved by freeing it from all foreign
substances, and 'cleaning perfecly the
exterior of the wheat, and the only
Whiteness that should be required Is that
(produced by age.
42" This matter of windows in stables
is one of vastly more importance than
some farmers think., Animals, no more
than, vegetables, can thrive in the dark.
Our long winters are sufficiently trying
to the constitutions of our farm-stock,
under the beet circumstances, and an
Animal upon which the sun .scarcely
chines at all for five or six months will
come out in the spring in a bad state of
health, eren though the feed, and the
ventilation, and the temperature have
been all right. The sun is the great
life-giver. Vermont Chronicle.
t& The Jourtud of Chemistry says,
'that hot alum water is the best insect
destroyer known. Put the aluin into
hot water and let it boil till all the alum
is dissolved ; then apply it hot with a
bruslj to all crocks, closets, bedsteads,
and other places where any insects are
found. Ants, bed-bugs, cockroaches
and creeping thing are killed by it ;
while it has no danger of poisoning the
family or Injuring property.
C3 To preserve Autumn leaves, have
a middling hot iron and rub on quickly
a little white wax, then quickly press
both sides of the leaves ; wax the iron
anew for each side of the leaf; only rub
the iron once over the leaf. "Forest
tree leaves for wreaths" are prepared in
the enme way.
A STILL FURTHER REDUCTION
TEMFLE OF FASHION,
New and Great Bargains I
BILK PRESS BUTTONS All Shades,
16 Cent per dozen, worth 3u.
LINEN TlilM MINGS, White, many Blue & Drown
16 Cents per ynrd, worth 113.
TINS 14 Bows tor 8 Cents, worth 10.
Ladles, very Una LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
IB Cents, worth SO.
8 Pairs ot Bplouilld HUSB, 25 Cents, worth 43.
BILK HANDKERCHIEF nt 25 Cents, worth
double the money.
Tarls Lisle Thread HOSE, 35 Cents, worth 02.
lialbrlggnn HOB I?, silk stripe, 26 Cents,
EMBROIDERY from 4 Cents per yard up to 50,
11USOHE3 tor the neuk, 3 Cents, worth 10.
DOUBLE RUSCIIES, 10 Cents. Bold every,
where at 20 cents.
rURE BILK PARASOLS only J1.00. Examine
HANDSOME TIDIES only 2) Cents, worth 65.
8A81I 1UHHONS All 811k, 0 Indies Wide, only
25 Oeuts per yard, worth 75.
3 LINEN COLLARS for Ueuts, 50 Cents,
Ladles' all Linen COLLARS, 6 Cents, worth 20.
All Sizes Children's Fanny HOSE, 10 Cents,
Larue COUNTERPANES, 60 Cents, worth St 25.
Extra Large (12-1) COUNTERPANES, 75 cents,
- BUMMER SHAWLS, 05 Cents, worth fl 00.
MOTTO FRAMES with Glass, 25 Cents worth 65.
MOTTOES only 5 Ceuts, worth IB.
BRISTOL BOARD, 12 Cents, worth 20.
HANDSOME SKIRTS at 75 Cents, worth 81 00.
CORSETS 40 Cents, sold everywhere at 75.
GROS GRAIN RI11HON Extra Ojiallty, No. 9, at
S!0 Cents, No. 12 at 25 Cents.
Children's LACE COLLARS, 20 Cents, worth 40.
On the FIRST OF SEPTEMBER I will display a
handsome line of
Of all the very LATEST STYLES.
. A full linn of LADIES' UNDER-CLOTH-I
Nl, CUE AVER (tun can be made up.
DO NOT FOKOET THE PLACE!
Engle's Temple o Fasten
(Miss Bell's Old Mand,)
Bargains in; Carpets.
If you want a pretty
CARPET tor only 85
Cents per yard, oome
mid see what you eau
get at that price of
Thirty-Five Cents Istho '
price ot a pretty CAR-
rii ai nioHTiMBH a.
The same amount ot
monoy will also buy n oc ,T,rrrQ
Rood CALICO Dress If ' " OJ VaIsXD.
Jgu don't make It too . 35 CENTS.
LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS.
HIGHEST AWARDS I S
J. REYNOLDS & SON.
THIRTEENTH AND FILBERT 8TS.,
MANUFACTURERS OF PATENTED
Wrought Iron Air-tight Heaters
WITH 8HAKIXO AND CLINKER-GRINDING
GRATES FOR BURNING ANTHRA
CITE OR BITUMINOUS COAL.
WROUGHT IRON HEATERS
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL.
WROUGHT IRON HEATERS
COOKING KANGES,LOW-DOWN GRATES. Etc.
Descriptive Circulars sent free to any address.
EXAMINE BEFORE SELECTING. 191y A4S.
IS TAKEN INTERNALLY, AND POSITIVELY CURES
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURA1QIA AJttf IUMBAG0.
HO BV DflU-CISTS EVEflVWHEfiE. SEND f OR ClH-
heLphenstine a, bentley.
DHUG-ISTS, WASHINGTON, 0. 0.
. For ale tiy wholesale Druggists In Pitts
burg and 1'iiiladeiphla. 35 ly
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No, 188 MARKET ST.; t
. ' ' ' i :
WAINWRIGIIT & CO.
North Bast Corner ot 2nd and Arch Street,
QHARLES S. JONES,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
am north WHAHVE8,
J. D. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
018 MARKET 8TUEET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO.,-
Wholesalb Dbalbrb IK
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4, NOKTn FIFTH STREET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Oil Cloths, Carpets, "
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
. Batting, Twines, &c, ;
And a nne assortment of
WOOD an J WILLOW WARE,
No. 130 Market street, above 4th.
JOHN LUCAS & CO.
BOLR AND r '
o n iy man u i a o Tim k h s
PURE SWISS GREEN,
White Lead and Color
Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth fit.,
glYIITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
On man htrest. East or Cahlklc fit.
Xew Rloomfleld, Penn'a.
THE subscriber has built a large and commo
dious Hhop on HUh St., East of Carlisle street
New llloomfleld. Pa., where ha Is prepared to man
Of every description, out of the beet material.
Sleighs of every Stjle,
built toorder, and finished Inthemostartlstleand
9. Having superior workmen, he la prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
the best City Work, and much more durable, and
at much more reasonable rates.
REPAIRING of allklndsneatlyandpromp
FLANNELS A splendid assortment of Flan
nels, Justnponed by F. MOKTIME1
T) D. ELDER & CO, '
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
, Booksellers nnd Stationers,
And Drftleu Id
YTAVU PAPElt, ETC,
No. 480 Market Street,
JJEIGLER & SWEARINGEN
HII AFFNEK, ZIEGLEK ft CO..
Importers and Dealers In
, and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
gOWER, POnS 8l CO.,
And Dealers 10
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on band, and made to Order.
Nos. 630 Market and 523 Minor Streets
Publishers of Banders'New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's Historyof
the United States. Felton'sOutllne Maps.&o.
ARCR0FT & CO.,
lispurUi nud Jabber
Of staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS.
MnciM. White Goods &r..
Nos. 405 and 407 MA1CKET STREET.
(Above Fourth. North Side,)
JEW. T. M0UL,
Weimer, Wright & Walkln,
Manufacturer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
No. 302 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Jmpohtbks ahd Jobbkbs or
Olii 11 n, GlaxiK
J23 Market Street,
TRIMBLE. BRITTON ft Co..
NO. 605 MARKET STREET.
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 525 Market Street,
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney at-Law,
New Hloomnelrt, Perry Co., fa.
. " OHloe Next door to the residence of Judue
AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law,
New Illoomlluld, Terry county, Tu.
UT Office directly opposite the Post-Ofllce,
and adjoining the Mansion House.
NEW BLOOMFIELD, FERRY CO.,A.
,"Clalms promptly secured collected
Wrltlngsandafl leijai business carefully attend
d to. 42 yl
JAMES H. FEUOfjSON, Attorney at lT
.. t NKWl'OHT, FA.
WOnice Market Street, near the Square. 8ft 8
IIARLE8 II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law
...New Woonilleld, Perry Co. Pa.
.Or?lcewlth O. A. Harnett, Eci., 011 Illsb
Street, north side, nearly opposite f lie Prestofe
nan Church. Aunust 211. 1H?S.
y M. A. SFONSLEH, Attorncy-at-Law,
TV Ofllce adJolniiiK his residence, on East
Malnstreet, New IiloumHeld, Ferry co., I'a. 8 3 ly
JOHN G. BHATTO, Burgeon Dentist.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical DentlRtry
done in the best manner, and at reasonable
iMJmce at his residence one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite W in. A. Huonsler'f
Law ofllce. 3 2 ly
M. N. BE1BF.KT, Attorncy-at-Law,
New iiloomlleld. Perry co.. Ta.
-TTM. M. SUTCII.
new nioninnem, rerryco.. Pa.
WOfllce Two doors West of K. Mortimei,
Store 3 7 ly
LEWIS POTTER, hotart PUBLIC. New Bloom
field. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mm-tRapes and Leases carefully
prepared and acknowledeements taken. All
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be rei d in
any court In the United States. "101y
CIIA8. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law.
W All profe'slonalbuslness promptlyandfaitb
f ul ly attended to. 3 2 1 v.
"ITTM. A. MOFtniSON,
YV JUSTICE OK THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR. NwGekmahtowh, Perry co.. Pa.
M-Kemlttanceswlllbe made promptly for all
Collections made. 744
CHA8.A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomheld. Perry co.. Pa
w.jmi-e on niRn sireer, ortn siae, nearly op
posite the Presbyterian Church,
RICHARD L. MAGEE, .
JUSTICE OF THE TEACE,
Orlioe at his residence, in CKNTB K TOWN
SHIP, Perry County. Penn"a., one mile South of
New Iiloomlleld. 10 ?
yiLIIAM M. HUTCH,'
JiiMtle of tUt Ien.
AND GENERAL COLLECTOK,
NewBloomfleld, Perrjr County, Penn'a
jr Special attention paid to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Agreements
E0RGE H. MARTIN
BLAIX, PEIIIIY COU5TT, PA.
Special attention plven fo the collection of
claims, and any other biioinesi entrusted to him
will receive prompt attention. Charges moderate.
April, 19th, 1877.
Daily Express and Freight Line.
BETWEEN ; ;
PLOOM FIELD & NEWPORT!
r pH Esubscrlber wishes to notify the eltlzeasof
X BloomHeld andNewport that he Is running a
Dally Line between these two places, and will
haul Freight of any kind, or promptly deliver
packatre?or messages entrusted to his care.
-Orders may be leltfor blm at the stores of
F. Mortimer Co.. New Bioomtleld.or Mllligan
ft Musser, Newport, fa.
J. 8. WHITMOHE.
JlNDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT.
REFLECTOR COMBINED f
Giving Double the Light of -any
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
FOR OIL ! '
Everybody who sees them are
C ! not easily earned In these times, hot
Ol I I " can m"e ln hre months v
any one of either sex. In anv part -I
the country who Is willing to work steadily at tte
employmeut that we furnish. Jiitt a week in jioir
own town. You need nut be far away from hone
over nigh. You can give your whole time tusie
work, er only your spare moments. It efit
nothing to try the business. Terms and ."4 Ou. tit
free. Address at ouce, H. Uaixstt Co.. I ort.
land. Maine. 14 iy.
EST It AT. A BC1.L CALF, about eih or
twelve months old, of a light brown color,
came to the premise el John M. Voose, in Spring
township. Perry couaty. Pa., on or about rhe 1A
of August. The oner Is requested to eon for
watd. prove properly, pay charges and ta said
estrsy away, or he will be disposed of -' ug
to law. V. H. KISTLKK.
August 14. 1377. Towu-Ulp Clerk.
PRINTING of every description neatly -vented
at the Bloomfield Time OOlce, at