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THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, FA., DECEMBER 27, 1881.
PS. LYOIA E. FiNKIIAM, OF LYNN, MASS.,
' HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
Ashamed of Work.
Asbamed of work, boys t good, bard,
honest work t Tben I am ashamed of
you ashamed that you know so little
about great men.
Open your Roman history and read of
CInctnnatus. On the day when they
wanted to make him dictator, where did
they find him V In the field plowing.
What about MercuB Curius, who drove
Pyrrhus out of Italy ? Look him up;
and you will fiud him busy on his little
The great Cato; you have surely heard
of him how he rose to all the honors of
the Roman State yet he was often seen
at work in his field with the slaves.
Bclplo Afrlcauus who conquered Hanni
bal and won Carthage for Home, was not
ashamed to labor on his farm.
Lucretia, one of the noblest of Itoman
matrons, might have been seen many a
day spinning among her maidens.
Better even than the example of noble
Romans is the advice of the wise man ;
"Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do
it with thy might." Better than this,
even, are the beautiful New Testament
words: "Not slothful in business, fer
vent in spirit, serving the Lord."
There ! after this you will feel ashamed
not to work. Visitor.
Flocks of Sheep.
We are asked how many fcheep can be
advantageously kept in one flock. The
answer to the question would depend on
the breed, which our correspondent does
not designate, and it would also depend
upon how much room he has. If he has
room enough we do not see why a limit
should be fixed, especially of Merinoes ;
and we do not know that it would be
necessary in regard to other breeds.
There is a prevalent idea that Cotswold
d.? pot do well iu large flocks and we are
hot able froni personal observation or
experience to say whether they will or
not. It is said, however, that in the old
country they are kept in flocks to the
number of even 800 and from all we have
read on the subject, we should think
that there would be no difficulty in
maintaining large flocks, if there were
room enough. There are some obvious
reasons why smaller flocks are better
than large ones, but it is not impossible
to keep large oneB, and it is practicable.
The Merinoes will herd to any number
if there is room enough. Boston Culti
vator, Breaking Colts.
Colts should be broken to harness at
3 years old, and used in light work for 2
years, when they will become matured
and fit for full work. If they are used
for hard service before their joints become
settled, or surrounded by a full-grown
texture of muscle and sinews to support
them they are liable to become strained,
causing spavins, or bony enlargements,
that will destroy their future usefulness.
Any imbecile can break down the colt ;
hut it requires good sense to build them
up after they have been crippled by igno
rant taskmasters. It ia not worth while
to risk the experiment of converting
sound colts into invalids when they will
live longer and perform more service if
Buffered to ripen into the full-matured
horse before being put to hard work.
JAve Stock Journal.
g"A Connecticut farmer says that the
butt ends of potatoes and the kernels of
corn from the butt ends of the ears, each
produced crops that were materially bet
ter than where the opposite course was
pursued. In the case of potatoes the
stalks from the butt end were much larg
er and more forward at the first hoeing.
The increase in corn was some twenty
per cent, tn favor of the butt end ker
nels. An Interesting Fact.
In France, all patent medicines must
be endorsed by an official board of physi
cians before they can be sold. In lieu of
such a law in America, the people have
resolved themselveslnto a National com
mittee which has endorsed Bwayne's
Ointment for allaying the itching accom
panying the Piles, as the only reliable
remedy in the market. Its a poor rule
that won't work both ways. 50 4t
tSChester county, Pa. farmers sowed
'their wheat at the usual time, and it
failed to come up owing to the. drought.
Accordingly tbry-eoiffed -the second time
and since the recent rains, both seedings
have come up, and some of the fields are
a sight to see. The outcome at harvest
time, next year, will be looked for with
much interest. ' .
C3"It is recommended to soak seeds in
water that has been slightly acidified
with nitric acid. A little ammonia add
ed to the water will hasten germination.
(SrWrite to Mrs. Lydla E. Piukham,
No. LS3 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mass.,
for pamphlets relative to the curative
propertlf of her Vegetable Com jiou nd In
all femble complaint.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'3
VEGETABLE COMPOUND. '
In a PopIHvp Cnra
for nil il Pain Oil Complaints nnfl Wenltnettet
kovoinittim toourbeil ft.-mule population. -It
will cure entirely the worst form of Female Com
ftlMntn.ftll ovarian troubles, Inflammation and Ulcer
tlon, Fnlllnfr. and Displacements, and the comeqnent
Rplnal Weakness, and is particularly adapted to the
Change of I J re.
It will dfisoWe and expo! tumors from the litems In
an early stage of development. The tendency to can
cerous humors there Is checked very speedily by Its oa.
It removes falntness, flatulency, destroys all craving
for stimulants, and relieves weakness of the stomach
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, 6!ccplcMness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing1 pain, weight
and backache, Is always permanently cured by Its use.
It will at all times and under nil circumstances act In
harmony with the laws that govern the female system.
For the cure of Kidney Complaints of either sex this
Compound Is unsurpassed.
LYII E. PINKIIAM'g TEGETAMJ! COM
POUND Is prepared at 233 and 2.15 Western Avenue,
Lynn, Mass. Price $1, BIx bottles for QS. Rent by mall
In the form of pills, also 1 n the form of lozenges, on
receipt of price, 81 porbox for either. Sirs. Plnkham
frcolyansworsaU lettors of Inquiry. Bend for pamph
let. Address aa abovo. Mention thii Taper.
Ko family shotild be without LYDIA E. FINKHAM'S
IJVEIt PILLS. They cure constipation, biliousness
and torpidity of the liver. 25 cents per box.
9- Hold by all Dnifralsts. "u4
Have Signed or Endorsed tho
Messrs. Seabury & Johnson, Manufactur
ing Chemists, 21 Piatt St., New York :
Gentlemen : For the past few years wa
have sold various brands of Porous Plas
ters. Physicians and the Publio prefer
Benson's Capclne Porons Plaster to all
others. We consider them one of the very
few reliable household remedies worthy
of confidence. They are superior to all
other Porous Plasters or Liniments for
Benson's Capcine Plaster is a erenuine
Parmaceutical product, of the highest
order of merit, and so recognized by
physicians and druggists.
When other remedies fail get a Ben
son's Capcine Plaster.
Ton will bo disappointed if you use
cheap Plasters, Liniments, Pads or Eleo
trical Magnetic toys.
MIJKB REMEDY AT LAST. Price gscrg.
MEAD'S Medicated CORN and BUNION PIASTER.
EYE 31. ASSES!
Spectacles for the old, middle aged, and young.
(Spectacles for all kinds of sights.
Spectacles for Headache.
A tine and varied assortment.
Adjusted properly to suit all eyes by
Dr. DAVID ll. COOVER,
Oculist and Optician,
NO. 21 SOUTH 3rd STREET, '
(B tween Market and Chestnut Sts.,)
-Ofllce hours from 8 A. M. to 3 I. M.
Or send a three cent stamp for the "Improved
method of adjusting SpeuthHes and Eye Glasses,"
by tiie use of which you im select your own
ARTIFICIAL EYES 1XSERTED.
CHRISTMAS IS HOMING
80 Is New Year, and agents wanting to make
large sums of money tor the Holidays, and after
ward too, should lose no time, but snd at once
lor tevms and full particular, of WHEELKk'8
COMPLETE ANAI.Vsi80KlHEBlBL Cheap.
Practical. fhorpiiKli;!) paKesjover Kulull paie
Illustrations and accurate maps. Handsome, at
tractive, hu arranged chronologically as to make
one continuous narrative ol thrllllnu and absorb
Jng Interest. HavuiR an Immense s'le Aliao
lli'.eJy ,n,dl,"Pnwible to every teacher and student
of the Bible, 'i he grandest aid possible to the
perfect understanding of "Goi's Word." Just
the book for Holiday presents. Price ts.to. Out.
ttt with free Instruction l.nii. Terrilorv itoIdu
rapidly. TUAYEK. MKR1UAM4CW, (Limited.)
73tAich St.. Philadelphia, fa. Js-m
MCFTXTC Our Htock of K1W GOODS
- K N 'nr M"n'" Wear Is complete.
UUlllO. PiicesfroinlZX ceutsup .
F. MOUTIMEK. New BleomBeld. Vt.
ft frA Aim' A Sn .ivt&f j, ,
fWNo other line runs Throo Through Pns-prngt-r
Trnlns Dully tiot-.vcrn C'blcngo, Dog
Moitios, Council UlulTs, Omnba, Lincoln, St.
Joseph, Atchison, Tnpckn nnd Kansns City.
Direct connections for nil points In Kansns,
Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming. Montana, Ne
YBm, New Mexico, Arlzoun, lduho, Oregon and
The Shortest, Speediest nnd fost Comforta
ble Ilouto via Hannibal to Fort Scott, Denlson,
Dallas, Houston, Austltii Ban Antonio, Galves
ton nnd nil points In Texas.
Tho unenunled inducements offered by this
Lino to Travelers nnd Tourists, are as follows:
T;o celebrated Pullman (llt-wheel) Palace
Sleeping Cnrs, run only on this Line. C, It.
O. Pnlneo I)rnwlng-Tloori Cars, with Horton'g
ltecllnlng Chairs. No rstra chargo for Seats
In Ueelinina; Chairs. The famous C, It. It Q.
Pnlneo Dinitur Cnrs, Gorgeous Smoking Cars
fitted with IClegnnt Tllgh-llm ked ltattun He
volvinir Chairs for the excluslvo use of first
Steel Track nnd SupeHnr Equipment, com
bined with their G rent 'I hnxiph Cur Arrange
ment, makes this, above nil others, t lie fnvorite
Houto to the South, South-West, nnd tho Far
Try It, nml yon will flt-.d traveling a luxury
Instead of n dlsrn;i'ort.
Through Tickeis vin this Celebrated Lino
for sr.lu ut nil otlieis iu tho United States aud
All Informntlon nlmiit Rntes of Fnre, Sleep
ing Car AeeoinmodotloiiR, Time Tables, &C,
will be cheerfully given bv npnlvina to
J. Q. A. BRAN. Gen'l Eastern Agent,
3U0 Washington St., Boston, Mass.
v nnd :I1V Kmndwny, New York.
jAWES II. WOOI. Gen. Puss. Agt., Chlcngo.
T. J. POTTElt, Uen. Manager, Chlcngo.
A P Oiitllt sent frw to thoBe who wish tnengaKe In the
e-v most pli'iimmt snrt prnAtnble IiiibIupks known.
Everj thintr new. Canltiil not required. We will
furnish you everything Jit) a dny nd upwards is
rushy mnile witlniut ntaylnv sway from home over
liiKht. rio rink whatever. Many new workera wanted
at once. Manynte niaklug fortunes at the Imslnesa.
LaitieH make aa much aa men, aud young boya and
irirlR make grant pay. No one who Is willing to work
fails to make 11101 e money every day than coii be made
In a week nt any ordinary employment. Those who
entraye at once will find a short road to fortune. Ad.
dresa It. HALLET & CO,, Portland, Maluo. 1 Jy
RC ATTV'Q ORGANS 27 Rtops 1 Bet : Reeds
UK.MI I I O only Kill). PIA(M SI25 uo.
Rire Holiday Itiduoements Ready. Write or call
on BEATTY, Washington, N. J. 19aly.
NEW RICH BLOOD!
I'drjona Purgative Pills make New Rich
Blood, nnd will completely change tho blood in
the entire system In three months. Anvperson
who will triko 1 pill each n 1 ght from 1 to 12 weeks
may be restored to sound health. If such a thing
be possible. Sent bv mail for 8 letter stumps.
. . JOnysO'N CO., lloston, Mass.,
formerly Jtanfforf Jife.
tins Machine ever iaventeil. Will knltapalrof
cTocklnirs, Willi HEEL anil TOE complete, la
20 minutes. It will also knit a great variety of fancy
work for which there la always a ready market. Semi
for circular and terms to the Twombly Knitting
Olaculue Co.f 409 WaBhtogtuu at., Uualuu 61 ass.
THE undersigned would respectfully call the
attention ot the citizens, of Perry county,
that he has a large and well selected stock ol
WINES ft LIQUORS.
HORSE and MULE SHOES,
POLES ft BOWS,
. BROOM HANDLES,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Plaster,
SOLE, CALF, KIP and UPPER LEATHER,
FISJP,5AfT- 8UQ ARS' SYRTTP8. TEAS. SPICES
TOBACCO, CIGARS, and SMITH COAL.
John Lucas & Co's..
(ready for use.)
The best Is the CHEAPEST.
.iifAnid,Ia,,fevlirlofyof &00,s " mentioned,
allot which were bought, at the Lowest Cash
Prices, and he otters the same to his Patrons at
the Very Lowest Prices for Cash or approved
5?!V H,ls """"o-I-nw prlces.and Fair dealings
to all. Go and see him.
8. M. BHULER,
Liverpool, Perry Co. Pa.'
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
It Is sure to cure Spavins, Splints
Curb. Kc. It removes all unnatural
enlargements. Does not blister. Has
no equal tor any lameness on beast or
man. It has cured hiplolnt lame
ness in a person who had suffered 15
vears. Alsocured rhenmatuin v,rn.
frost bites. or any bruises, cut or lameness, if
nas 110 equal lor uiemisn ou noi ses. Send for Il
lustrated circular giving positive proof. Price
one dollar. All Druggists t ave it or can get for
you Dr. B. J. Kendall Ai Cu Pros.,Euosburg!i,
Falls, Vermont. , '
HARRIS ft EWINO, Agents,
Pittsburgh, Pa. .
For sale by F. Mortimer, New Bloomaeld, Pa.
INSTANT PAIN RELIEF
la a WONDERFUL aud Immediate Cure for
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache,
Earache, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, &c.
W. S-dd h all Druggists.
b. Wholesale Depot, t3 Join Street. New York.
Benu for Circular. ' Kept. 2U, 1881.
PIANOS and ORGANS.
IX. O. OI1TI1,
310 Market Street, HAlMtlSIlUItO, Pa.
WEBER, BTEINWAY.' KRANICH ft BACH. AND PEASE ft CO.'B
P I A K OS, )
MASON ft HAMLIN, AND PELOUBEI ft CO.'B BRIDGEPORT '
Organs at this establishment sold to cash buyers at wholesale, save profits given
to agents and Organ peddlars.
mo Market Street, nAHHISUUllO, PA.
C. A. AUGHINBAUGH,
Cor. 8r a and Market Sts., opposite Lochlel Hotel, IIARR1SBURU, Pa.
Having now In .tock and ready for the holiday trade, the targes and Finest stock to be found
la the city, of good reliable goods.
WATCHES, DIAMONDS AND JEWELltY
Solid Silver and Silver-Hated Ware, Gold Head Canes.
Pencils and Tooth-picks. French Clocks, Bronzes,
and French Gold Fancy Goods. Direct im
portation lrom Paris.
Watches and Jewelry Repaired.
S. "W. Fleming,
32 NORTH 3rd STREET, HARRISBURG, PA.,
has the largest '
BOOK AND STATIONERY STORE
in Central Pennsylvania.
Children's Books in Great Variety.
ALL THE AMERICAN AND FOREIGN POETS.
History of All the Countries In tlie World.
Photograph, Autograph and Scrap Albums.
can be obtained here of the Finest Quality, at the Lowest Prices,
and everybody invited to call. No trouble to show goods.
THE OLDEST AND BEST
"Watch, and. Jewelry
house in the city. A full line of
WATCHES, JEWELRY, , SOLID SILVER AND SILVER
French Clocks and Bronzes
AT THE LOWEST PRICES.
JS0.7JS. Market Square,
DIVES, POMEROY & STEWART !
J3 A. R GrjA. INS!
Now offering the following goods
at the following prices :
WHITE BLANKETS. FELT SKIRTS.
2.511 " "
8.S0 " "
4.25 " "
6.00 " "
Grey blankets from
LUX to 5 25.
P .S. Di ess goods reduced
North 3rd St.,
EXCELLENT BARGAINS, GREAT VARIETY.
OUR PALL AND WINTER STOCK IS
SILK DRESS GOODS, VELVETS, PLUSUES, BLACK GOODS
LADIES CLOTHES, MERINO UNDERWARE, HOSIERY,
GLOVES, BLANKETS AND FLANNELS.
Lais' Coats, Dolmans and Circulars.
OUR ASSORTMENT OF
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS AND NOTIONS
ls'oy far the largeet In Central Pennsylvania. Our goods have been bonght In larjre qna n
tUAes, from manufacturers and Importers and we will guarantee prices lower than for same
quality elsewhere. Examine our stock and prices before purchasing.
Xo. 223 Market Street, IIAllUISISUlCft 1A.
42-3 di. THE LAEGEST KEY GOODS SOUSE IM KAESISBUE3.
1JIJ1ESSE 8 ALIOS. HOI'S WANTUU.
Fun alive I Good Commission ! 25 "LATEST"
Cliromo cards. 5 Flirtations, fi i.adv or gent cor
respondents. 20o. silver. II. V. JONES, Jefferson,
N. V. Take agency. 4'jjf2
F L O R J DA"!
AtlanlioanU (jtilt Coast aud
Okeechobee Land Co.
50,000 SHARES, $10 EACH
At PAR with a BONUS of 40 Acres for each 10
tiliareit from Choice Lands of the "Ulstou Pur
chase." nvvTrtra. Third & Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.
urniUS. U5 jjrondwjiy, N. Y. Kuums 111, 113.
Detailed t'rosueotuii wlthdescrlptlve mapv mail
ed Flee, 41M62
Children In all size
lu 3 qualities.
1.19 2 31
2.00 8. SO
2.75 5 5U
8 25 6.50
from last month's prices.
POMEROY & STEWART,
J I A.llIiIHlllJl t J, 1V.
PAT EN T S !
GEO KG 12 E. LEMON, Attorney at Law, Wash
Bend sketch or model for Preliminary Examina
tion aud Opinion as to Patentability, (or which
no chat't'e Is made. It reported patentable, no
cliarne for services nuleis successful. Send for
Pamphlet of Instructions. Established in 1365,
A fl A" French Chromo Cards, Hand Boumif t;
" Mottoes, Birds, etc, Hame ou 1'Jc. f JB.
1IUSTEU, Nassau, N.Y. 4!h13T-
Don't loeate before feeing our James
Kiver Settlement, lllus. catalogue
free. J. F. Maucha. C'laiemout,
Surry Co., Va.