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THE TIMES, ; NEW BLOOM FIELD, PA., NOVEMBER 13, 1877.
ibt filoomfifltr $
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
Wlnvlt comroiinlrstions from all pflr.on who srs
tnti'rratrd la tuftttera properly belouiflua to tUM at
On Feeding Horses New Hay and Oats.
The question whether horses are In
Jured by being fed on new hay and fresh
oats has been nuulo a subject of Investi
gation by a French ruilltnry commission,
who had been experimenting upon
cavalry regiments. The Kamerad re
ports that the results of the experiments
prove that the health of the horses was
not essentially Injured by new hay If
they received tho ordinary regulation
ration along with other fodder. Borne
animals were at first rather less active
and more quiet, they sweated more free
ly, and the excremonts were somewhat
softened ; but in a short time this ceased.
In general, the horses ate the new hny
more willingly than the old. ' They
retained the same strength and corpu
lence as before. Tho hair kept bright,
the health perfect. Of 150 horses from
4 to 13 years old, with which the experi
ments were Instituted, 87 gained In
futness, and 18 In strength and endur
ance. Only 18 lost flesh, and 8 lost
strength, while 79 remained unchanged.
A second series of experiments upon
150 horses gave the same results. On
the other hand, another Beries of ex
periments was less successful, where 74
horses, from 4 to 13 years old, were fed
exclusively with new hay, the quantity
being increased until it equaled the
regulation ration of old bay, straw, and
oats together. On this feed there was
no real sickness, but a general weakness,
frequent sweat,lo8s of appetite, digestion
disturbed, diarrhoea, relaxation of the
muscles, weariness, etc.
The decision of the commission was
that new hay can replace old hay In the
regular rations without Injury, and per
haps with advantage, but that to feed
them exclusively on new hay Is Injur
ious to the horses.
Experiments were made upon 1,800
horses by feeding them on new oats, and
were attended with favorable results,
inasmuch as the animals nearly all in
creased in bulk and strength, from
which the commission concluded that
new oats can be substituted for old ones
with advantage, and hence It is useless
to wait two months after the harvest
before permitting the use of new oats.
These experiments refute most positive
ly the prejudice that still prevails in
many places that feeding on new hay
and oats is injurious to horses. On the
other hand, it cannot be denied that
horses, to which new hay is given, are
frequently exposed to colic. The danger
is only present, then, when the horses
receive no definite rations, but have put
before them as much as they can eat. In
this case they not only eat much more
new hay, but they also eat much more
eagerly and greedily, which can be bo
much more Injurious, as experience
proves that those very horses which are
most inclined to the colio eat most
How to Burn Coal.
A very common mistake Is made and
much fuel is wasted in the manner of
replenishing coal fires in furnaces and
grates. They should be fed With a little
coal at a time, and often ; but servants,
to save time and trouble, put on a great
deal at once, the first result being that
almost all the heat is absorbed by the
newly put on coal, which does not give
out heat until it becomes red hot. Hence,
for a while the room is cold, but when it
becomes fairly aglow the heat is unsufTer
able. The time to replenish a coal fire
is as soon as the coals begin to show
ashes on the surface ; then put merely
-enough to show a layer of black coal
covering the red. This will soon kindle,
and, as there is so much of it, an excess
of heat will be given out. Many also
put out a fire by stirring the grate as
soon as fresh coal is put on, thus leaving
all the heat in the ashes when it should
be sent to the new supply of coal. The
time to stir a fire is when the new coal
laid on is pretty well kindled. This
method of managing a coal fire is
troublesome, but it saves fuel, gives a
more uniform heat, and prevents the
discomfort of alternations of heat and
cold above referred to. Lewis Rural.
Three eggs, half pound bread-crumbs,
three apples, a cup of currants, Juice of
half a lemon, nutmeg and salt to taste.
Mince the apples, beat the eggs, and stir
all together. Rub the currants in flour
and stir in the last thing. Boil one hour
and a half. Eat with hot sweet auce.
Two cups of sugar, one cup of butter,
one-half cup of milk, half a teaspoonful
of soda, and one of cream of tartar ;
enough flour to work well ; flavor with
lemon. Roll thin, and bake in a quick
1877. fall . stock; 1877.
We have again writ
d a dill supply ' Knit
Omnia, to wlilcli we ask
Our .took of Print
.ml othnr Low i'rloe
dross goods In the pret
tiest ever offered In thin
county. Will yon oome
aud look at tlieint
We have a Splendid
Assortment of Goods
milted for Men's Wear.
Our stock Is vory com
plete In all kinds of
lioods from 1.1 cents per
DUUIO Ot onUtJ, Hlioos for Men Worn
or Children t If so come
and see the Stock we
have. It Is complete,
and Prices wlllsultyou.
HAT ANIIPAP "We are particularly
nrtlO MllLrtrO. proll(l , our Splendid
Assortment of Huts &
Caps for Men or Boys.
The styles are good and
the prices will be sure
to please you.
If you want goods of
any kind you will be al
most sure to II nd them
In the Hplondld Stock,
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2. John Halifax, Gent., By Miss Mulock. 20c.
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6. TheBlack-Indies, Jules Verne's latest. 10c.
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16. The English at the North Pole and Field ot
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17. Hidden Perils, By Mary Cecil Hay. We.
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2a Old Curiosity Hhop, By Charles Dickens. 20c.
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OHOHGE MUNKO, PUBI.I8IIEH,
P. O. Box 6657. 21, 23, and 25 Vandewater St., N.Y.
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Agent reports making over 150 In a week. A
lady agent reports taking over 4IKI subscribers In
ten days. All who engage make money fast.
You can devote all your time to the 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. Ele
gant and expensive Outfit free. If you want
profitable work send us your address at once.
It costs nothing to try the business. No one who
engages falls to make great pay. Address "The
People's Journal," Portland, Maine. Slwly
EsJAa;E..NOir.I;E Notloe " hereb tfven
that Letters lestamentary on the estuteof
John Neldigh, late of Jackson township. Perry
county, Pa., deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned, residing In Mllllln township, Cum
berland county. Pa.
All persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated lor
THOMAS II. MOFFITT, Executor.
P. O. Address. Newvllle. Cunih. oo.. Pa.
W. A. & W. H. Hi'ONBijJB, Atty's for estate.
August 21, 1877. ot
TADIES AND CHILDREN will find a
J splendid assortment of shoe at the one
price store of F. Mortimer.
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 123 MARKET ST.,
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North Bast Corner of 2nd and Arch Street,
QHARLES S. JONES,
WHOLESALE DEALEK IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
218 NORTH WIIAKVES,
D. J. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
13 MARKET STREET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO.,
Wholesale Dbaxihs in
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STREET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer si n
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, &c,
And a One assortment of .
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.
. Sample Curde.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF PAIST
BENT BY MAIL.
IT IS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY
BKUSUKD OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON LIKE WATER FAINT.
And Ton TV 111 FroTe It to be the Best
Liquid lu the Market.
JOHN LUCAS &. CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Green,
WHITE LEAD COLORS
gMITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
On High Street. East or Cablisle St.,
New Bloomflcld, Fenn'a.
THE subscriber has built a large and eommo.
dlous Shop on High St., East of Carlisle Street
New Blooiutleld. Fa., where he Is prepared to man
OI every description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of every Style,
bullttoorder, and finished In the mostartlstteand
V Having superior workmen, he Is prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
the bestOlty Work, and much more durable, aud
at muoh more reasonable rates.
REPAIRING of allklndsneatlyandprotnpt.
Philadelphia Advertisements. '
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BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Booksellers and Stationers,
And Dealers In " '
' ' WINDOW CURTAINS
WALL rAPKH, JETC,
No. 430 Market Street,
EIGLER & SWEARINGEN'
8HAFFNER, ZIBQLKR ft CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and made to Order.
Nos. S30 Market and 523 Minor Streets
. Publishers of Sanders'New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of
the UultedStates,Felton'sOutllne Maps.fto.
gARCROFT & CO.,
Importer and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
Linena, White Goods, &o.,
NOS. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
JEW. T. MOUL,
Weimer, Wright & Watkin,
Manufacturer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
No. 302 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Importers ahd Jobbers or
923 Market Street,
TRIMBLE, BRITTON 4 Oo.
No. 506 MARKET STREET,
PHILADELPHIA. 1 10
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WaTtoIP
No. 625 Market Street,
HIGHEST AWARDS aioS!
J. REYNOLDS & SON.
THIRTEENTH AND FILBERT 8T8..
MANUFACTURERS OF PATENTED
Wrought Iron Air-tight Heaters
WITH SHAKING AND CLINKER-G RINDING
ORATES FOR HURNINO 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 any address.
EXAMINE BEFORE SELECTING. U91yA8.
JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld, Perry co Fa.
-Omce Neit door to the residence of Judge
AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law,
liew Bloomlleld, Ferry county, Pa.
Office directly opposite the Post-OfUce,
and adjoining the Mansion House.
ATTORNEY AT UAV,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA.
A- f'T lit IT..
promptly secured collected
ill legal business carefully attend-
Writings and a:
JAMES H. FERGUSON, Attorney-at-Law,
onice Market Street, near the Square. 35 6
CHARLES H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law.
, New Bloomlleld, Ferry Co. Pa.
.Omeewlth C. A. Barnett, Esq., on Hitch
Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte
rian Church. August 20, 187if.
WM. A. 8PON8LER, Attorney-at-Law,
. Offlje adjoining his residence, on East
Main street. New Bloomfield, Perry co Pa. 3 Sly
JOHN G. SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
, New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical aud Surgical Dentistry
done In the best manner, and at reasonable
.Offlce at his residence one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite Wm. A. Sponsor's
LawoOlce. 3 21y
ITTM. N. SEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law,
VI ... iew Bloomlleld, Perry co.. Fa.
Bloomlleld, 8 33 lv.
WM. M. 8UTCH,
New Biooniueld, Perryco., Pa.
-Omce Two doors West of F. Mortimer,
Store 37 ly
L1W,ls S0TTER. notary Pciiuo, New Bloom
Held, Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mertgages and Leases carefully
prepared and acknowledgements taken. All
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certilied, will also take depositions to be retd la
any court In the United States. 7 le ly
CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law .
New Bloomlleld, Ferry co., Pa.
. WA11 professional business promptlj andlalth
fully attended to. 3 2 ly.
"ITTM. A. MORRISON,
TV JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR. NiwGehmantown, Perryco.. Fa.
-Kemittanceswillbe made promptly for all
Collections made. Hi
CHAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bleomneld. Perry CO., Fa
Offlce en high street. North side, nearly op
poaite the Presbyterian Church. 3 2 ly
JICHARD L. MAGEE,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
& Office at his residence. In CENTR E TOWN
SHIP. Perry Ceunty, Fenn'a., one mile South of
New Bloomlleld. 10 3
-yyix-LiAM m. suTcn,
Justice of the Peace,
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR,
New Bloomfield, Perry County, Penn'a
9-8peclalattentlonpald to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds. Bonds, Mortgages and Agreements
QE0RGE H. MARTIN
BI.AIN, PUUY COIXNTT, PA.
Special attention given to the collection of
claims, and any other business entrusted lo him
will receive prompt attention. Charges moderate.
April, lUUl, 1877.
(SWft'W Is not easily earned In thesHtimfsTont
Q 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. tt a wek in your
own town. You need not be far away from home
over nigh. You can give your whole time tolhe
wo.r,., 8f ?nly your spare moments. It cost
nothing to try the business. Terms and M Outfit
free. Address at once, II. Hallett & Co. Port,
laud, Maine. ily
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HELPHENSTINE &. BENTLEY.
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bu3Vhhi'e3,Ue Drugg"'u ,n
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