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I)c mc5, New) Bloomftcfo, Pa Tuesday, December 20, 1870. FAItM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We Invite eommvntvaUon from all person who are interested in matters properly belonging to tills department. 1 Cleaning Orcin for Market. Tt may be Been by the market reports that Canadian barley usually brings from six to teu cents per bushel more than the barley raised in the I'nitcd-States. Can adian barley is by no means so much bet ter than our grain that dealers can afford to pay ten cents per bushel more for it than for tho barley produced in the Uni ted States. Hut Canadian fanners take more pains in keeping the seed grain and the entire cvop, alter it is thmshed, en tirely free from other grain. It would pay every farmer well to exercise a little moro care in keeping tho different kinds of grain entirely separate from such other grain as will be depreciated in value by tlie mingling together of several sorts Tho diflieulty might easily be avoided by a more free use of the fanning mill, an implement that docs not seem to be as much used aud appreciated as it should be. A bushel or two of tailings or chaff left in a wagon load of grain can, it is true, be passed off, but tho entire sample will be rated at a price that will reduce the value of the whole much more than the loss incut red by leaving out the tailings would amount to. A Canadian editor states that there is an evident tendency on the part of many farmers to somewhat neglect the matter of properly cleaning their grain before taking it to market. So much has this been the case, this fall, that our barley, which usually ranks No. l,and commands tho top price from United States malsters and brewers, has been brought to market in such a dirty state, and so full of loul seeds aud tail ings, that the bulk of it has only ranked No. 2, and dealers on tho other side will scarcely buy the cargoes, sent over, un less at a considerable reduction below tho the price of Western barley. Curlusf Meul. As the season for curing meat is at hand, wo give the recipe furnished by the GerniantoKH Tekyrtijii'if which will an swer for beef or pork, and if ouce prop erly tried will not be nbandoned : To one gallon of water, take ljlbs. of salt, Jib. of sugar, loz. of saltpetre, loz. of potash. In this ratio tho pickle can bo increas ed to any quantity desired. Let these be boiled together until all the dirt from the sugar rises to the top and is skimmed off. Then throw it into a tub to cool, pour it over your beef or pork nd let it remain four or five weeks. The meat must be. well covered with pickle, and should not bo put dowu for at least 2 days after killing, during which timo it should be slightly sprinkled with powdered salt petre, which removes all the surface blood, &c, aud leaves the meat fresh and clean. Some omit boiling the pickle and find it to do though this purifies it and throws off tho dirt always to be found in Malt and sugar. A Destructive Bug. A sort of fly, or bug, is destroying the roots of tho wheat which was planted this fall in Indiana. The farmers say that if tho birds were not indiscriminately and wantonly slaughtered, grain and fruit would not be subjected to this and other destructive insects. The apple crop in the West would have been equal to that of New England this year, these farmers say, if the birds had been let alone to de vour the larvae of the worms, bugs and flies. When lo Cut Fence Fosts. Two posts wore lately exhibited, both of second-growth oak, cut in the same grove from trees standing near together; one cut in August, 1833, and tho other was cut in March, 1852, and set in June following. The posts were both set in blaek bottom land, one rod apart, both were the sscond log from tho stump, and about equal in size. The post cut and set - thirty-seven years ago was sounder and in better preservation than the one cut and sot eighteen years ago. ' Patch Cake. One and a half cups of sugar, and one cup of butter, .one half cup of milk; three eggs, one tea spoon of cream of tartar, half teaspoon of oda, three cups. of flour; spice to your taste. CHARLES A. DANA, Editor. !te gotta wMg un. A Newspaper ol thePrearot Times. Intended for People Now on Earth. Including Farmer. Mechanics, Merchant!, Pro fessional Men, Workers, Thinkers, and all Man ner of Honest Folk, find, the Wive", Son, and Danchteraof all such. ONLY ONE DO I.I. A it A YEA It I ONE HUNDRED COPIES FOR 830. 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The Company will make temporary loans on Its Policies. Thirty days' (trace allowed on each payment, and the po icy held good during that time. Policies Issued by this Company are non-forfeiture. No extra charts are made for traveling permit s. Policy-holders sh.tre in the annual profits of tne Company, und have a voice in the elections and management of the (J mpany. No policy or medical fcecharged. Justus I.awuence, Pres't. M. 11. Wynkooi', Vice Pres't. -. F.Rogehs, Bcc'y. J. F. FaTON. General Agent, io. o norm iniru rureei, 4.29 yl College Block, Ilarrisburg, Pa. HOTELS. PERRY HOUSE, New BloomfMd, Pa. THE subscriber having, purchased tho property on the jorncrof Maine and Carlisle streets, opposite the Court House, invites all his friends and former austomers to give him a call as he is determined to furnish nrst class accommodations. THOMAS HUTCH, 3 ltf. Proprietor. JAGLE HOTEL ' NEW BLOOMFIELD, . Perry Couuf y, Peiin'u. HAVING purchased the hotel formerly occu pied by David 11. Lupfcr, situated on North Carlisle Htreet adjoining the Court House, I am 1rep&red to receive transient guests or regular warders. To all who favor mo with their custom, I shall endeavor to furnish II rut class accommodations. A call is solicited. QEORQE DERRICK. Bloom tleld, March 9, 1869. 3 10 ly 5 EIBI III ll ll limsjlf l IWJ WITH WCAUTIFULKNG ISP JJSlllUXn in- On.yoarfo, ,mlm iisrn mi" th1 frYrrir. ECHO, lrl R WITH WCAUTirULKNGRAVlNG, for 60 cent. Reft, '. A GREAT MEDICAL DISCOVERY Dr. WALXEB'S CALIFORNIA VDNEGAE BITTEES i 4 Hundreds of Thousands g Jj 22 Bear testimony to the!,-Wonder g.3 5 ful curative Kifecu. ft f 2 i WHAT ARE THEY? 5 fif T x if? I HI fli i Hi s$&3 ll i THEY ARE NOT A VILE 2 ria FANCY DRINK, P&i Made of Poor nam, Whlflicr, IYowf Spirits nod Itcfaie Liquor doctored, eplccd aud sweet ened to ploasotlie Ustc, ccllcd"Tonics,""Appct:z ero," " Restorers," c, teat lead tlio tippler cn to drunkenness and ruin, bu aro a trne Medicine, msdo from the Katlve Roots and Herbs cf California, frco frnin nil Alcoholic Kliuiiilcnis. They aro tho GREAT BLOOD I'UItiriElC and A LIFE GIVING PRINCIPLE a ptricct Innovator aad Invlgorator of the System, carry inj off oil poisonoua matter and restoring tho blood to a nccltl:y ooncllticn. Kopjrson can take these tutors according toCIrcc tlon and remain Ions unwell. S1UO wlllbo given for an inrnrsllo cue, proTlued the bones axe not destroyed by u:iacrc.l poldon or other means, and the vital organs wasted bcyoi.d tho point of repair. For luflninmutory raid Chrouio l:hcuu:n tisui nud Gout. Dycpcpsia, sir lud-nexllou, llilioux, Rviulitciit und luccrniitlciit Fevers DlBcatii'Hof tbo lilood, Liver, Kidney, nud llladdci't tlieso Hitlers) Lave been most Bnccet.6 fui. fcuch DIhcqhch cro cacced ty V it In ted Blood, which is generally produced by CcranttmcLt of tho Diui'Hilvo Oiccub. VYtsPLl'HIA Oa 1XDIGESTIOX, Lead ache, Palu In tho Shoulders, Coughs, Tlg'.it-.us cf tho Chest, Dizziness, Eour Eructations cf the Etcmach, Had tasto lathe Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of tho llcai t, InUatr.ii.ntlou of tho Lungs, Fain tu tho regions of tho Kidneys, and a hundred otiicr i a.uiul syutptomB, ore the olTspringscf tytpcpc. Th yluvlgorato the Stomach aud uUmu'.ato t.;u tor pid liver aud bowels, which render them cf unequalled emcacy In cleansing the blood cf all Impurities, cud imparting new lifo and vigor to tho wholo eyotcm. FOIi teltlN D1SEASL9, Ernptlono, Tetter, Celt Rhccm, Blotches, Cpots, lln.plcs, I uttulco, EoliB, Ccr bunolcs, lilug-Woims, EcalU-Iload, Coro Eyes, Eryclp das, Itch, Bcurfs, Blscoloratlous of tho BUn, Ilamors and Diseases of tho Lkln, of whutovor namo or nature, aro literally tig up and carried out of tho system la a hon time by the uso of these Bitters. One botMo la such eases will convinco the most incredulous vi their eurotlvo effect. Clcanso tho Vitiated Blood wlicnovcr you And Its Impurities bursting through tho skin In Pimples, Erup tions or Bores ; cloanso it when you And It obstructed and sluKflsli in the veins t clcanso It when it la foul, and your feelings will toll you whon. Kcp tho blood pure and tho health of the system will follow. riN, TAPE and other WORMS, lurking in the system of bo many thousands, aro effectually destroy ed and removed. For full directions, road carefully the circular around each bottle, printed In lour lan guages English, Gorman, French aud Spanish. J. WALKER, Proprietor. R. H. McDON ALD ts CO., Druggists and Gen. Agents. San Francisco, Cal and 8) and 81 Commerce Struct , Now York. UTSOLD BT ALL DKUUGISTS AND DEALERS. Mutual Fire Insurance Company, OF ilolU'Wtowll, l'tMlll'tl. POLICIKH PlillPETUAt. at Low Kales. No Kteam risks laken. This is one of the best ennductcd and most reliable Companies In the State. Country property Insured Perpetually ut(l 00 per thousand, and Town property at 85 00 pur thousand. 'flic I'ciiiisylvuiiia Cattle Insurance Company, OK J'OTTSVILLE, lMSNN'A., IN HUH KB HOUSES AN1 CATTLE AflAINST Death, Theft, or Accident, at very Low Kates. Call on or address LEWIS POTTER, NliW IlLOOMl'IKI.U, PA., Agent for Perry County. f'ron; the Ihilly Miners' Journal of July 22, 1870. Yesterday Junius II. Grler, Agent of the Leb anon Muluiil Pile Insurance Company, promptly paid I-ewls Harris $150, his insurance policy In full, which lie lost by lire on Railroad Street, last Fri day. Mr. Grier also paid John Pettlnger H0. his in surance policy In full, which was on a norse that died last Saturday, and was insured in the Penn sylvania Cattle Insurance Company, oC Potls vllle. H6 Thomas Moouk. 8. 8. Weber. AND It E -FIT T K D ! ' THE UNION,' This Hue Hotel is located on Arch Street, Between Third and Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. MOOKE & WE1IE11 Proprietors. January 1, 1869. Clocks. Another new lot of 80 hour and 8 day Clocks just rocoived by F. Mor timer & Co.New IJloomfleld. ELECTRIC SOAP, The Jicst in the World J STRICTLY PURE! NO SAND 1 NO ROSIN! NO CLAY! NO ADULTERATION OF ANY KIND ! Ciiililren Got Do T'te Washing. Ad Washboard licpilmi. Ao Jlolling Needed. Hi the use o the Unegueled and Unopproachalilu Dobbins9 Electric Soap, Clothes, Money, Fuel, Labor, Time and Temper, ALL ARE SAVED! Try It onto, and use It ever nfterwnvd. Every Grocer Sells It. Every Family Uses It. NO ONE CAN DO WITHOUT IT ! lie sure lliat the wrapper lias on it Hie eut of Mrs. Fotiy anil Mr. Knlerprise, and that each bar is stamped with the name of t lie inventor and originator, J. it. Doimivs, as none other is genuine. Like everything of great value, it Is extensively couiiterfe.ted. ami the market tilled with false and worthless Electric Soaps, not worth house-room, and dear even If jjiven away. The Finest American Toilet Soap, fully equal to the I'Yeu in made liy a French soa'pmaker in the same manner as the French soaps are made, and sold at one-fourth their price, is TRIPLE SCENTED Dobbins1 Toilet Soap! NO TOILET IS COMPLETE WITHOUT IT ! The Dent Emollient in the Market! It Is given the preference at every watering place in the country, and is fur sa.e everywhere. Plea8 .A-wlt For It Don't be put olf with any cheap common soap. Try it, and sec how much llETTUU it is than we say. The only Hoot Polish that will produce a ltrillia n and LastingShine, and, at the same lime preserve tho Leather, Is Dobbins' Electric Boot Polish, Makes Old ISoots Look Like NewOnes, And Calf-Skin Like Patent Leatheii. It Is put tip in a Patent box, the greatest novelty of the age, Tho box alone is worth more to keep than the price of Hox aud Pol ish combined. K It IT G II A T , ' ' The Genuine Titkkisii Bath compound, used In all Oriental countries, in the bath, and manulaclured by us on a lieense and royally, in exact style, midl and quality from the original receipt, as that made in Constantinople, aud Iniporl duties, preiinii on gold, etc., saved, thus enabling us to sell it at a very low price. Hv Its use a bat li becomes Indeed a luxury. Very highly scented, and producing miraculous etlects upon the skin. It Is really wortli a trial. If you want to enjoy life and drive away dull care, uso for youi Clothes I) O 15 li I X S ELECTRIC SOAP! Uso for your person DOBBINS' TRIPLE SCENTED Toilet Soap ! use for your boots Dobbins' Electric Boot Tolish. i Use In tho Bath " KUUGIIAT." And Subscribe for the "Electric Messenger," a Beautiful Fashion Paper, sent FRKE to all who will send their names to the Sole Proprietors, ...' ' ': . J. L. CllAGIN & CO., 119 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia. 103 Barclay Street, New York. 144 State Street, Boston. ISTTbls ISoap Is for Sale by F.'Mortlmei A Co., New Boointtcld, Pa. 4 871y . rrTTTJ T'TT-vr"rvrci JLlirj lv.JLJLJ.nl 111 X rpHE Kidneys ire two In number, situated at JL the upper part of tho loin, surrounded by fut, and consisting of thrco parts, viz : tho An terior, the Interior and tho Exterior. Tho Anterior absorbs. Interior consists of tissues or veins, which serve as a deposit for tho urine and convey it to -the Exterior. The Exterior is a conductor also, terminating In a single tube, and called the Ureter. The Ureter are connected with tho bladder. Tho bladder is composed of various cover ings or tissues, divided Into parts, via. : the Upper, the Lower, the Nervous, and the Mucous. The upper expels, tho lower retains. Many have a desire to urinate without the ability; others urinate without tho ability to retain. This frequently occurs in children. To euro these affections, wo must hring Into action the muscles, which arc engaged in their various functions. If they are neglected, Gravel or Dropsy may ensue. Tho render must also he made aware, that however slight may be the attack, it is sure te all'cct the bodily health und mental powers, as our ilctsliniid blood aro supported from theso sources. Ooi t, ok Riiki-matism. Pain occurring In the loins are indicative of the above discuses. They occur In persons disposed to acid stomach aud chalkv concretions. Deah Sin I have been a sufferer, for upward of twenty years, with gravel, bladder, and kid ney alleetions, during which tlmo I have used various medicinal preparations, and been under the treatment of tho uiost eminent Physieluus, experiencing but little relief. Having seen your preparations extensively ndvcitiscd, I consulted with my family physi cian in regard to using your Extract Buchu. I did this because I hud used all kinds of ad vertised remedies, and bud found them woith lcss, and, some quite injurious ; in fact, I de spaired of ever getting well, and determined to uso no remedies hereafter unless I knew of the Ingredients. It was this that prompted mo to use your remedy. As you advertised that it was composed of buchu, cuhebs, und juniper berries, it occurred to niu and my physician us un excellent combination, and, with his advice, after an examination of the article, and con sulting again with the druggist, I concluded to try it. I commenced Its use about eight months ago, at which time I was confined to my room. From the flit bottle I was ut-tonished und grat ified at the beneficial effect, and alter using it three weeks, was able to walk out. I foit much liko writing you u full statement of my cuso at the time, but thought my Improvement might only bo temporary, and therefore concluded to defer and see if It would effect a perfect cure, knowing then it would be of more value to you, und more satisfactory to me. I am now able to report that a cure is effect ed after using the remedy for live months. I have not used any now for three mouths, and fuel as well in all respects us I ever did. Your Buchu being devoid of any unpleasant taste and odor, n nice Ionic and invlgorator of the system, I do not mean to be w ithout it whenever occasion may require its uso in such ullectious. m. Mccormick. Should any doubt Mr. McCormiek's state ment, lie refers to tho following gentlemen : Tue G havel. The gravel ensues from neg lect or Improper treatment of tho kidueyB. These organs being weak, tho water is not ex pelled from tho bladder, but allowed to remain ; it becomes feverish, and sediment forms. It is from this deposit that the stone is formed and gravel eusues. Diiopsy is a collection of water in sonic parts of tho body, and bears different names, accord ing to tbo parts affected, viz. : when general ly diffused over tho body, it is called Anasarca when of the abdomen, Ascites ; when of the :hcst, llydrothorax. Treatment. Hclmbold's highly conccutra cd compound Extruet Buchu is decidedly one of the best remedies for diseases ol tho blud der, kidneys, bluddcr, dropsical swellings, rheumatism and gouty uflections. Under this heud wo have arranged Dysuria, or difficulty and paiu iu passing water," Scanty Secretion, or small and frequent discharges of water ; Stran gury, o'r stopping of water Hematuria, or bloody urine ; Gout and Rheumatism of tho kidneys, without any chungo in quantity, but increase in color, or dark water. It was al ways highly recommend by the late Dr. Phys ick, in these ullectious. This medieino increases tho power of diges tion, end excites the absorbents into healthy exercise by which tho watery or calcareous de positions, aud all unnatural enlargements, as well as pain and intlamiitlon, arc reduced, and it is taken by men, women, aud children. Dl rectious for uso and diet accompany. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 25, 1807. II. T. Helmbold, Druggltt : Hon. Wm. Bioi.ek, ex-Goveruor, Pensylvania. " Tuos. B. Florence, Philadelphia. " J. C. Knox, Judge, Philadelphia. " J. S. Black, Judge, Philadelphia. " D. R. Porter, cx-Govcrnor, Pennsylva nia. " Ellis Levis, Judge, Philadelphia. " Rf C. Griek, Judgo, United States Court. " G. W. Woodward, Judgo, Philadelphia. " W. A. Porter, City Solicitor, Phllad'a. " John Bioi.er, ex-Governor, California. " E. Banks, Auditor General, Washing ton, D. C. And many others, If necessary. Sold by druggists and dealers everywhere. Beware of counterfeits. Ask for Hclmbold's. Take no othor. Phicb f 1.25 per bottle, or six bottles for 10.50. Delivered to any-address. Describe symptoms in all communications. Address, II. T. HELMBOLD, Drug and Chemical Warehouse, 5U4 Broadway, N. Y. NONE ARE GENUINE UNLESS DONE up in steel-engraved wrappor, with fac simile f my Chemical Warehouse and signed .v.: I . . ' H. T. HELMBOLD. s ly r ', ' .' '" 1 '