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THE TIMES, NEW - BLOOM FIELD, 1'A., NOVEMBER 0, 1877.
(the liloomfidfo imts.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
Welnvltt ciinimmitcntlotm rrmi nil ppritnn who nr
intert'Hled in mutters prttpttrly lit'luliplUK to thin tie
imrlmt'Ut. Fall Care of Stock.
There In no qiifftlon and no manner
of doubt about tlie fact tliat young
animals of every variety must lie kept
in one uniform, thriving condition, f
money is to be made by raising them.
Tliey must be watched, bo Hint when
ever there is the slightest check to
growth nnd the comely appearance of
the flock or the herd, they can lie moved
to tome better pasture or have some
immediate stimulation, by giving food
of more strengthening quality. This Is
a season of the year requiring more than
ordinary care, and early every cold
morning something should be given to
any colts, calves or lambs which have
not extra good grass or food of some
It Is not necessary to begin stabling
at night because of moderate cold, for if
the stomnehs of animals are full of good
food, the cool air is not disagreeable, and
nature provides longer hair to assist in
keeping them warm. Home people will
be foolishly particular about shelter, but
there is n medium, and If they will feed
well out in the fields while the ground
is dry, nil kinds of young stock will be
better for tlie gradual way in which
they become accustomed to winter
weather. Then, when severe storms
come on, and they are put into winter
quarters, they will escape the ordeal of
the sudden change to dry food, because
they have been brought regularly to it
by the morning feed (and perhaps
evening too) nfter grass becomes short.
Grass ought not to be grazed so bare as
to weaken tlie roots, and to prevent it
when any one is heavily stocked, or the
grass goes off through drouth, feed
should be given twice per day.
It is this attention to young stock,
sheep, &c, in England, which makes
the tenant farmers so successful and
causes the extra mutton and wool ; nnd
it is tlie false economy in the United
States of " husbanding," as it is called,
the best food, and keeping the cattleand
sheep short, in consequence of which
they so lose flesh, that farmers nrenfrnid
of the winter, and they sink money in
stead of gaining. "When young animals
are brought In, they should not be kept
closely shut up. There should be a
good ventilation ; and in tlie daytime,
especially from 10 A. M. (or earlier
when mild) till 3 or 4 1 M., they should
be out of their night quarters, and lie
in an open yard having a shed thut they
can go under at pleasure. In fact, all
varieties of stock should have this
healthful daily airing, and at noon it
will be found that any coarse fodder will
be eaten with a relish in the open air,
which they would not touch in their
Kogs Want Sulphur.
Whether hogs require sulphur a9 an
essential to their health or whether it is
sought by tbem as a condiment,' may
not be known for certainty. But one
thing is sure, they devour it with greed
whenever it is to he found. It is for
this purpose, probably, that they eat
large quantities of soft coal, which con
tains a large amount of sulphur. Per
haps this is the most economical method
of supplying hogs with sulphur during
the Winter, when they require a good
deal of carbon. But in the Summer it
is better to feed it to them in substance
which contain less carbon on account of
their producing less heat. Mustard is
one of the best things for this purpose,
and some of it should be sowed in every
pasture into which hogs are turned. If
hogs are kept in pens, or in small yards,
it is well to supply them with the wild
mustard that grows in the fields or
highways or to cultivate some of the
better varieties for them. They will eat
it, leaves, flowers, seeds and stalks.
!' Dried Beef.
Heat milk and water ( about one half
of each), and thicken with a beaten egg
and a little flour; when nicely boiled
add the beef, which of course should be
sliced as thin as possible, and immedia
tely remove from the fire, as the less it
is cooked the better ; if Hie beef is very
salty it will need freshening a little in
hot water before going into the gravy,
but if not, it will season it just right
Wash one and ono-half cups of tap
ioca and put it with one quart of milk,
on the back part of the stove to heat
and swell ; when nicely softened add
one quart of cold milk, and a little salt,
one egg, and sugar to sweeten as de
sired ; bake an hour and a half, or two
hours, according to the heat of the
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P. O. Ilox m. 21. 23, and 23 Vandewater St., N.Y.
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uet (ireeubacks. We need a
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lor the largest, eheaiest and best Illustrated
family publication In the World. Any one can
become a successful aitent. The most elegant
works of art Riven free to subscribers. The price
Is so low that almost every body subscribes. One
ARent reports making over $lo(l in a week. A
lady agent reports taking over 400 subscribers in
ten days. All who engage make money fast.
You can devote all your time to tlie business, or
only your spare time. You need not be away from
home over night. You can do it as well others.
Full particulars, directions and terms free. Kle
gant and expensive Out lit free. It you want
luolltable work sent! us your address at once.
It costs nothing to try Hie business. No one who
engages fails to make great pav. Address "The
People's Journal," Portland, Maine. 31vly
Bargains in Carpets.
If voi: want a pretty
CAIt'PliT for only as
Cents per yard, come
and see what you can
get at that price of
Thirty-Five Cents Isthe
price ot a pretty CAK
l'KT at Moktimeu'b.
The same amount of
nionev will also buy n
good CALICO Dress It
you don't make it too
LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS.
J. REYNOLDS & SON.
THIRTEENTH AND FILBEUT STS
MANUFACTURED OF PATENTED
Wrought Iron Air-tight Heaters
WITH SHAKING AND CLINKER ORINDINU
CRATES FOR 15UUNING ANTHRA
CITE OR BITUMINOUS COAL.
WROUGHT IRON HEATERS
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL.
WROUGHT IRON HEATERS
COOKING RANGES.LOW.DOWN GRATES, Etc.
Descriptive Circulars sent free to an; address.
EXAMINE BEFORE SELECTING. 191yAS,
IS TAKEN INTERNALLY.
i INTERNAU.Y. AND POSITIVELY CUBES
SM, GOUTi NEURALGIA AND IUMBAG0.
RUGGISTS EVXHVWHEHE. SEN0F0HCIH-
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS
HELPHENSTINE &. BENTLEY.
DRUGGISTS, WASHINGTON, 0. C.
For sale by wholesale Druggists In Pitts
burg and Philadelphia. as iy
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 128 MAUKET ST.,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner ol 2nd and Arch Street,
QHARLES S. JONES,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
210 NORTH WIIAKVES,
J S. DOUGHERTY
D. J. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
(113 MAUKKT STREET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO,
Wholesale Dbaleks in
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4, NORTH FIFTn STREET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers! n
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, &c,
And a tine assortment ot
WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
No. 420 Market street, above 4th.
.READY MIXED PAINTS !
NO WATER. NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE,
BUT A PURE
READY FOR USE.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF FAI5T
SENT BY MAIL.
IT IS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD AND OIL. VIZ: NICELY
BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON LIKE WATER PAINT.
And Von Will Prove It to bo the Best
Liquid In the Market.
JOHN LUCAS -Sc CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Ureen,
WHITE LEAD COLORS
gMITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
On Hiqb Street. East or Carlisle St.,
Xew Bloomflcld, Penn'a.
THE subscriber has built a large and commo
dious Shop on HlKh Ht., East of Carlisle Street
New llloomtleld, l'a where he Is prepared to man
Ot every description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of every Style,
built toorder, and finished In the mostartlstloand
9. Having superior workmen, he Is prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
the best City Work, and much more durable, and
at much more reasonable rates.
47-REPAIRINQof allkindsneatly andpromp
D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Uooksollers and Stationers,
And Dealers In
WALL- PAPEB, ETC,
No. 430 Market Htreet,
EIGLER & SWEARINGEN
8IIAFFNEK, ZIEGLER & CO..
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
jower, pons & CO.,
And Dealers in
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and madeto Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets
4. Publishers of Sanders'Ncw Readers, and
Brooks' Arlllimetins. Also, Robert's Ilistoryof
the United States, Felton'sOutline Maps,&c.
.gARCROFT & CO.,
ImporttiB aud Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linena, White Goods, &o.,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET 8TREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
JEW. T. M0UL,
Weimer, Wright & Wattin,
Maniifactarer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
No. 302 Marleet Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Importbrs and Jobbers or
823 Market Street,
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co.,
. No. 505 MARKET BTREET,
PHILADELPHIA. 1 10
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street.
JE. JUNKIN, Altornev at-Law,
,,, New llliHimlleld, ferry no., Fa.
-OHIce Next door to tlie rcaldenco oIJuiIks
AM. MARK EL, Attorney-at-Law,
- New Rloomlleld, ferry county, Ta.
17 Ofllee dlreetly opposite the l'ost-Oflice,
and adjoining the Mansion House.
TT KAV18 I'OXTKIt,
AT J UltNEY AT LAW,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., FA.
r?"C'a'm? Prnmptly spctired collected
WritiiiBsand all lentil business carefully attend,
JAMES II. FERGLSON, Attornev-nt LHw,
. nkWi'okt. pa.
-Olllce Market Street, near the Stiuai o. 35 6
CHARLES U. RMILKY, Attorney at Law.
New llloonilield. ferrv i n. T-a.
"'tit''" witii k,. j. uarneir., t.fti.. on j
btreet, north side.neaily oiiposile Hie 1'iesli
l'ltin Churoli. August 20, 1
.Onieewlth C. A. Ilarnelt. Ksn.. mi litoi,
WM. A. SI'ONSLER, Attorney-at-Law, "
Olllee ndlolnlne his rfslilt'iinc nit Vnt
Main street, New Bloom Held, Perry co., Pa. 32 ly
JOHN O. SHATTO, HnrReon Dentist.
New Bloomllelil, f erryco., Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Iientlstry
done in the best manner, and at reasonable
Ofncp at his residence one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite Wni. A. Sponsler's
Lawolliee. 3 21y
WM. N. SE1BERT, Attorncy-at-LawT"
New Bloomllelil, ferry co., Ta.
WM. M. 8UTCH,
ATTORN EY-AT-L AW.
WOmee Two doors West of F. Mortimer,
Store 3 7 ly
LEWIS POTTER, notary Pt-BUC. New Bloom .
Held, ferry Co., fa.
Deeds. Bonils, Mnrtpupp and Leases carefully
prepared and aeknowledKements taken. All
Kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to bo retd in
any court in the United States. 7101y
CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law.
New Bloomlield, ferry co,, Pa.
. "AU profpssionalbiisluesspromptlyaiidfaith
fully attended to. 3 2 lv.
"ITfM. A. MOIMMSON,
Vy, JUSTICE OK THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NewCbkmaktown, ferrvco.. fa.
-llemlttanceswillbe made promptly for all
Collections made. 744
CHAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlield. ferrv co., Pa
.Ofllee on high street. North side, nearly op
posite the Presbyterian Church. 3 2'ly
jICHARD L. MAGEE
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
-Otllceat his residence, in CENTRE TOWN.
SHIP, ferry Counly, f enn'a., one mile South of
New Bloomlield. 103
-yyL.i'iAju m. suTC'ii
.luslioc of the lea-e,
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR,
NewBloomfleld, Perry County, Penn'a
-Speclalattentlonpald to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds, Bonds, Moraines aud Agreements
QE0RGE H. MARTIN
BLAI, PEIHIY COUNTY, PA.
Rnpntnl a flontlnn nli-nn n i,A AAtl.,.tin.
. niiviiltli'll HMtll n 1110 H'lirUlMtll flj
Claims, una any other business entrusted to Mm
wm rereivw prompt aueunon. cnarges moderate
AfJI 11 JVWl, XOi t ,
Daily Express and Freight Line
rpHEsubscrlberwishes tonotlfy the eitizensof
JL Bloomlield andNpwport that he Isruiinlng a
Dally Line between these two places, and will
haul Freight of any kind, or promptly deliver
package or messages entrusted to his care.
9. Orders may be lett for him at the stores of
F. Mortimer Co.. New Bloomlield, or Milligan
&Musser, Newport, fa.
J. 8. WHITMOKE.
jINDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT.
REFLECTOR COMBINED !
Giving Double the Light of
any other Chimney,
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
Everybody who sees them are
8.'.' Is not easily earned in these times, but
i d i it can be made in three months by
any one of either sex. In anv part of
the country who Is willing to work steadily at the
employment that we furnish. tiMaweek in your
own lown. You need not be far away from homo
over nigh. You can give your whole time to the
work, or only your Bpare moments. It cost
nothing to try the business. Terms and 5 Out III
free. Address at once, 11. Hjuaitt & Co.. Port
land, Maine. 14 ly.
IADIES AND CHILDREN will find a
J iplendid assortment of shoes at the one
price fctore of F. Mortimer.
TOB PRINTING of every description neatly
l and promptly executed at KensoimWe Rates
at theBloomueld Times Hteain Job Olllee.
gold nmnivATCHm. cttert
nthe known wurltl. AampJ Waicktrtt t
JgenU. AadroH, JL.Cok'LTma.AUk.Culcago.