ljc meo, Him Blaomftelir, )a..
Tuesday, July 93,' 1873.
TASU AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS
inlerented in matter! properly belonging to thit
.Milk as Medicine.
'Tho Loudon Milk Journal says, on the
authority of Dr. Bonjamin Clarke, that in
tho East IndieB warm milk Is used to a
great extent as a specific for diarrhoea. A
pint every four hours will check tho most
violent diarrhoea, stomach-acho, incipient
cholera, and dysentery. The milk should
tiover be boiled, but only boated sufficient
ly to be agreeably warm, not too hot to
drink. Milk which has been boiled is un
fit tfruso. This writer gives several in
stances to show the value of this substance
'-in arresting this disease, among which is
the following. The writer says: "It has
never failed in curing in six or twelve
hours, and I have tried it, I should think,
fifty times. I have also given it to a dying
nan who had been subject to dysentery
eight months, latterly accompanied by ono
continual diarrhoea, and it acted on him
like a charm. In tw days his diarrhoea
was gone, in three weeks he bocame a halo,
fat man, and now nothing that may here
after vecur will ever shake his faith in hot
milk. A writer also communicates to tho
.Midica.1 Timet and Qazetlt a statement of
the value of milk in twenty-six cases of ty
phoid fever, in every one of which its great
value was apparent. It checks diarrhoea,
imi nourishes and cools the body. People
suffering from disease require food quite as
muck as those in health, and much tnoro so
in certain diseases whore there is rapid
waste of the system. Frequently all ordin
ary food in certain diseases is rejected by
'ihe stomach, and even loathed by the pa
tient, but nature, ever beneficent, has fur
'uisked a food that in all diseases is bene
ficial in some directly curative. Such "a
food is milk. The writer in the journal
'last quoted, Dr. Alexander Yale, after giv
'ing particular observations upon the points
- above mentioned, viz. : its action in chock
ting i&iarrhoea, its nourisliing properties,
"arr& its action in cooling the body, says :
"Wo believe that milk nourishes in foyer,
promotes sloop, wards off delirium, soothes
the intestinos, and, in fine, is the line qui
non in typhoid fever." We have also late
ly tested the value of milk, in scarlet fever,
and learn that it is now recommended by
die medical faculty in all cases of this often
very distressing children's disease. Qive
all the milk the patient will take, even dur
ing the period of greatest fever ; it keeps
up tho strength of the patient, acts well
unon the stomach, and is in everyway a
lilossed thing in this sickness.
Be Always Kent.
"Some folks are very charming at evening
parties but surprise them in morning when
not looking for company, and the enchant
ment is gone. There is good sense in the fol
lowing advice to young ladios :
Your everyday toilet is part of your char
actor. A little girl who looks like a "fury"
or a "sloven" in the morning 1b not to be
trusted, however finely she may look in the
evening. No matter how humble a room
may be, there are eight things it should
contain ; a mirror, washstand, soap, towel
comb, hair brush, nail . brush and tooth
brush. These are just as essential as your
breakfast before which you should make
good use of them. Parents who fail to
.provide their children with such appliances
not only make a great mistake, but com
unit a in of omission.
ILocktidy in the morning, and after din
uer worV is over, improve your toilet
Make it a rule of your daily life to " dress
'up" for the afternoon. Your dress may
or need not be anything better than calico.
but with a ribbon or some bit of ornament
you can have an air of self-respect and sat
isfaction that invariably oomos with being
A girl with fine sensibilities cannot help
Heeling embarrassed and awkward in a rag'
ed and dirty dress, with hair unkempt,
ahould a stranger or neighbor come in,
Moreover, your eelf-respect should demand
the decent apparreling' of your body, ; You
should make it a point to look as well as
jpou can, even if you know nobody will see
.you but yourself.
tlTThe Itockford. (Illinois) Jaurnal
nays: " During the season of 1871, Mrs. 8,
G. Wilder, of Harlem, made and sold, from
tliree' cows, a little over six hundred pounds
of butter, besides having sufilolent milk
and butter to supply a family of three per-
soon all the time, and five during the busy
eason or seeding, haying and harvest.
Tho calve were raised, until they were six
week old, when they were weaned and
disposed of. Mrs. Wilder made from the
naM cows, during 1870, more than six
hundred pounds of butter, which was
marketed in this city."
tW To make excellent Molasses Cookies,
xlu 3 cups of molasses, .oops f tour
cream, i Uaspoonfuls of saleratus (put in
dry), 2 Uaspoonfuls of ginger, and a little
alt. Knead just stiff ecoughito roU-eut,
Photographs ! .
THE subscriber would respectfully can the at
tentlon of the citizens of this county to the
fact that he is prepared to take PHOTOGRAPHS
in the best style of the art. Uls long experience
enables him to produce
PICTURES WHICH CANNOT BE BX-
All persons are requested to call at his rooms and
Particular attention given to copying likenesses
of doceased persons, and great care will be taken
Good Pictures of Children. -
Framing material and a good assortment of frames
always on hand, and for sale at low prices.
JACOB COBLE, Artist,
Newport, Terry Co., Pa
o o o o oo Another oo o o o o
o ARRIVAL OF o
o NEW GOODS o
o AT o
o f. Mortimer's! "o
o NEW BLOOMFIELD o
o o o o o o Call and see them, o o o o o o
DR. CROOK'S WINE OF TA1X !
tfnt has proved Dr.Urook'a
WiiicofTiir to have more
merit than ony similar
he publlo. It is rich In
the medicinal qualltlesof
Tar, and unequaled for
d (teases of the Tta roat
Lunar, performing the
v . mostremurkableourea. 1C
"'ir effectually cures all Ceuglii
J" and Colds. It has cured ao
and Bronchitis, that it
has been cronounced
spoctno for theso com
plaints. For Paine In the
Ilrenat, (tide, or Hark,
U ravel or KWney tttm.
or any 1.1 ver Complains
UI also a superior Tonic,
Restores the Appetite,
Beatorea Uie Weak and leI)lHtate.,
Cause the Food to Ularcat,
Removes Irapcpaln and IndlsresUon,
Prevents Malarious levers.
Gives tone to jrour BysMm.
And the health of the system
will follow. There Is a prepara
tion of Iron and Poke ltoo(
more effectual than all othera,
whloh will remove from your
ayatem the impure and vitiated
blood which caused dlseaae, and
at the same time bulkl up your
lmaltb and strength It never
falls to care. If yon lmve
es or the Kyrs or Knrs, r
(tcrofnla in any form. Tet.
ter, White Swelling-. Old
lores. Ulcers, or Ncrofnlons
1 a. f, a. m ni.lliin. ...... ...... ...!..
on belug oured. with thin prepa
ration known as Dr. Crook's
onipouna njrrtip of Poke
K. 1. n . 1
"" nuwillHllDI, a'HIIIS
in I.IihIm Am. Sl..n.u aT'-M..a.
r am. vuigi .nuiis, nrtj ail
cured by It, For nyphllis, or
equal 10 lb A trial will
A Wak i .
Ueautlfr vonr romnlnlan.
Co not nse paint or powder, but Ret a more
Permanent beauty by purifying vour blood.
Till preparation or Iron and Poke It out
in uke a rough and acaly akin soft and smooth;
clinnKes that sallow complexion to one tit
freshness and health, and remove any Erup
tive Ulaeaaes or Ihe Mkln, Pimples, Puit.
roy rlwekaamlBliuttllhy complexion uaeUr,
Ciuuk't Compound Uyrup of i'oke Hoow )
LKWIS POTTER, KOTABT pobuo, New Bloom
Held, Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully
prepared and acknowledgements taken. All
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certlllod, will also take depositions to be read In
any court In the United Mates. 71uly
ASK YOUR GKOCEH FOK
They have received Diploma for their merit
wherever exhibited. Pronounced by all, the
cheapest luxury of the age, valuable, and almost
necessary to the table, to travelers i or at Fie-nles.
Tacked In the best Olive oil of our own Importa
tion, in tin-boxes finished same as Imported i and
sold at less than half the cost of Frenuh Kar
ri lues. Their delicious flavor, and nutritious qual
ities recommend them to all classes. Hold by all
first class grocers. Wholesale by
Til V iUPmili WttallTtTIDUl
16 a Sin
31 Broad Btreet, N.'V.
ASPLKNIHTTV A SHORTMKNm
UlJLf iVbetOliXMiiN X
Suited to the Season, ,
Are Now Offered for Sale by -
F. MORTIMER, New Bfoomfleld.
Daily Express and Freight Line
BLOOMFIELD it NEWPORT!
rriHK subscriber wishes to notify the eiUeensof
JL Blooialltfld and Newport that he Is running a
pally Uue between these two places. and wlllhaul
rielgiitof auy kind, or r romptly deliver paiikagei
ar uuteMges euti usWid f his care.
Oidrn!ytsiU for him at the stores of
V. tioiUiuM Co., New Blooniflsld.er Miuiuana
Bloomotld, January i5, U70.
A Fine German Chromo ! J
We send an elegant CHROMO, mounted and ready
for Framing, Free to every Agent fur
UNDER - GROUND,
LIFE BELOW THE SURFACE.
By Thos. W. Knox.
042 Pages Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings.
Relates Incidents and Accidents beyond the
Tiight of Day; Htartllng Adventures in all parts of
the World j Mines and Modes of Working them:
Under-currentsof Society i Uambllng and its Hor
rors; Caverns and their Mysteries; The Dark
Ways of Wickedness; Prisons and their hecrets;
Down In the Depths of the Kea; Strange Htories
of the Detection of Crime.
The book treats of experience with brigands;
nights In opium dens and gambling hells; life In
prison; Hlorlesof exiles; adventures among Indi
ans; Journeys through Sewers and Catacombs;
Accidents In the Mines; pirates and piracy; tor.
tures of the Inquisition: wonderful burglaries;
underworld of the great cit ies, etc., etc.
For this work. Exclusive territory given. Agents
can make $100 a week In selling this book. Send
for Circulars aud terms to agents.
J. 11. HUKU Hi HYDE,
Hartford, Conn., or Chlcngo, III. 6 41 ly
B. M. SauLBB
S. SHULER & SON,
Perry County, Pa.,
Dealers In all kinds of
Hardware, Groceries, &c.
All goods In our line sold at the lowest price .
Give us a trial. 6 44 14t.
Mutual Fire Insurance Company,
Jonewt o-vn, Pcnu'a.
POLICIES PERPETUAL at Low Rates. No
Steam risks taken. This Is one of the best
conducted and most reliable Companies in the
State. Country proiwrty Insured Perpetually
at H 00 per thousand, aud Town property at (5 00
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.,
4 16 Agent for Perry County.
UNITED STATES HOTEL,
Cor. Fulton, Water and Pearl Stt.,N. Y.
THI9 well known favorite hotel has recently
been renovated, remodeled and furnished
new and elegantly throghout. It Is kept on the
European plan, and has ample accommodations
for four hundred guests.
The location Is mora accessible to all parts of
New York and Brooklyn than any other house lu
the city. The Broadwav Stages ass the hotel
every three minutes, besides various linos of Street
Cars, one of which Intersects every other route lu
It being but two blocks from Fulton Ferry,
makes it convenient for those wishing to visit the
' City of Churches," as from this ferry diverge all
thepiinclpal Railroad routes In the city of Brook
lyn. (6.Wp) GEO. M. TEKKY, Proprietor.
(Formerly kept by Sweger and Shuman.)
Ntvi llloomfitld, Perry County, Fa.
AMOS ROBINSON, Proprietor.
This well known 'and pleasantly located hotel
has been leased for a number of years by the pres
ent proprletor.and be will spare no pains to accom
modate his guests. The rooms are comfortable,
the table well furnished with the best In the mar
ket, and the bar stocked with choice liquors. A
oareiui anu attentive hostler will be In attendance.
A gooa livery stable will De kept by the proprietor
April 8. 1871. tf
I A MORTIMER' O
: OR BARGAINS.
His Stock will be found the most complete
in me county, ana consists ot
wmiliLOW WAKK feo
W-pitU8HKS all styles .
DlTATS fe CAPS
v W JO'l'lONB dfco.
Oil. CLOTH .
I-i PAINTS, 011.14
AbTltON & HTEKL
JgN VJiL,01'li6& 1'Al'Klt
GOODS OF EVERY STYLE
CHEAP FOR CASH,
ALL AND 8EE.
It 12 MO VAL!
Merchant Taf lortug Establishment.
THE subscriber respectfully Informs the publlo
that he has removed his MERCHANT TAIL
ORING EHTAULIHUMENT from "Little More
In the Corner," to room formerly occupied by J.
O. Hhatto, Dentist, where may be found at all
times, a varied assortment of
Cloths, Casslniers and Testings,
' With a complete line of
Of the best quality. Those desiring to pnrchase
GOOD UOODH, at Reasonable prices, and have
them made in the LATadT BTYLK. will please
give us a call. 14. II. UKCK.
Also, a good assortment of ' ''
SHIRTS, SUSPENDERS, COLLARS,
, . NECKTIES, HOSIERY, o6.,
. On. hand low rices.
! t Row BlMmfleldt Pa '
THE subscriber having purchased the property
out he corner of llaiue and Carlisle sheets,
oiposlie the Court House, liivtles all his friends
and lormerujiU)mrs to give him '.i as he 1
dMerwluud to (urulah Urat elans aneonimodaUona,
... . - TU0MA9 HVTOH,
Proturletor. , ;
I ForaMrlv WIA
V H. T. HKlUBOLII. .
FLUID EXTRAOT BUOHU.
Is the only Known Remedy for Bright, Dis
ease, and has cared every case of Diabetes in
which it hss been given. Irritation of the Neck,
of the Bladder and Inflammation of the Kidneys.
Ulceration of the Kidneys and Bladder, Reten
tion of Urine, Diseases of the Prostate Gland,
Btono In the Blndrinr, Gravel, Brick Dust Deporit,
and Mucous or Milky Discharges, and for En-,
f eebled and Delicate Constitutions of both Sexes,
attended with the following symptoms : Loss
of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breath
ing, Weak Nerves, Wakefulness, Pain In tho
Back, Flushing of the Body, Eruption on the
face, Pallid Countenance, Lassitude of the
System, etc. -
used by persons In tho decline or change of
life, after confinement or labor pains, bed-wet-Jng
In children, etc.
In many affections peculiar to ladies, tho Ex
tract Bnchu is unequafed by any other remedy
As In Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity. Pain
fulness or Suppesslon of Cnstomary Evacuations
Ulcerated or Bchlrrus state ot tho Uterus, Len
eorrhtea or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints Incident to the sex. It Is prescribed
extensively by the most eminent Physicians and
Midwtrcs for enfeebled and delicate constlu
tlous of both sexes and all ages, jm i .
KEARNEY'S EXTSACT BUCHTT.
Curtu IHtrate Artring from Jrnprudmxt,
ItaMU of VurtpaUon, etc., In all their stages, at
little expense, llttlo or no change in diet, no In
convenience, and no exposure. It cautes a fre
quent desire, and rives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing Onntrnctions, Prevcntlrgand
Curing Strictures of the Uretha, Allaying Pain
and Inflammation, so f rcqnent in this class of dis
eases, and expelling all Poisonous matter
KEARNEY'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
1.00 per bottlo or six bottles for Ifl.OO, delivered
to any address, secure from observation. Sold
by druggists everywhere. Prepared by
KEARNEY & CO., 104 Dnane 8t.,N. Y.
to whom all letters for Information should be
Avoid Quacks and Imposters.
"A No Charge for Advlceand Consolation.
Dr. J. It. Vyott, Graduate Jefftrton MedUat
GoiUge, Philadelphia, author of several valuable
works, can bo consulted on all diseases of the
Sexual or Urinary Organs, (which he has made
an especial study) either In male or female, no
matter from what cause originating or of how
long standing. A practice of 80 years enables
hiin to treat disease with success. Cures guar
anteed. Charges reasonable. Those at a dis
tance can forward letter describing symptoms
and enclosing stamp to prepay postage.
Send for the Guide to Jtaltn. Price 10 Cents.
J. B. DYOTT, M.D., Physician aad Surgeon,
KM Dune BU New York
THE Subscriber has on hand and for sale, at
low prices, a complete assortmentof
Of all kinds. Also, a full stock of
AND FANCY ARTICLES.
Always on band, for Medicinal and Sacramen
B&"IJhyiciani' Order carrfuXly and
B . Nl. EBY,
NEWPORT. PERRY COUNTY, PA.
K Kill Aiiortmeotof
THE CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS,
Hand or Machine Sided, Whole Stock Double
Hole aud v
Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction,
Manufactured and For Sale to the Trade by
M. B. SPAHR, ,
A full Assortment of
Boots, Shoes ' and Rubbers
Constantly on Hand.
Hpecial Attention paid to Ordert.-
nrfRK subscribers keep constantly on hand, a
JL FINE ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH OA LF SKINS,
riNK LINING S, '
' SHOE THREAD,
PEGS, ' AWLS,
and a general assorttnent ot articles used by Shoe
v . r. voRTixas
T BWI9 POTTEH,
A'OOBHEY AT LAW,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA.
Claims promptly secured and collected.
Writings nnd all le&al DiisinnRft CAr.-fnllv ntlan.1-
ed to. 32 yl
CHARLES II. RMILEY, Attorney at Law.
New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Ta.
M. Office with C. A. BarnatL Esq., next door
to Mortimer's store August 20, 1872
"TTM. A. 8PONRLER, Attomcy-at-Law,
Ty Omce adjoining his residenoe, on East
Main street, New Bloomlleld, Perry CO., Pa. 3 2 ly
CHAS. A. BABNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
Now Bloomlleld, Perry co.. Pa.
VOfflce adjoining MortlJier' Store. 3 2 ly
BP. McINTIllE Attorney at taw, and DIs.
trlct Attorney of Perry county. Olllce with
J. T. Molutire, New Bloomlleld, Penn'a.
JBAILY, Attorney at Law,
New Bloomlleld, Perry Co., Pa.
Ofilce opposite the Court House, and two
doors east of the Perry County Bank.
Hefers to B. Mclntlre, Esq. June 27, 1871.
JOHN G. 81IATTO, Surgeon Dentist,
New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry
done In the best manner, and at reasonable
M-Olllce at ills residence, one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite Wm. A. Sponsler's
Law olllce. 3 2 ly
WM. M. BUTCH,
. New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa.
-Ontco Two doors West of Jf. Mortimer
Store 3 7 ly -
CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld, Perryco., Pa.
. " All professional business promptly audfaith
fully attended to. 3 2 lv.
VfTM. N. 8EIBERT, Attorney-at-Law,
vY ,.. .New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa.
Bloomlleld, 3 33 ly.
JAMES H. FERGUSON, Attorney at-Law,
-f0lllce Market Street, near the Square. 85 6
New Carriage Manufactory,
On Hioh Stiiekt. East or Camjsle St.,
ew Bloomlleld, Fenn'n.
THE subscriber has built a large and commodi
ous Shop on High St., East of Carlisle Street,
New Bloomlleld, Pa., where he la prepared to man
ufacture to order
Oil r r i a, g" g s
Of overy description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of every Style,
hulltto order, and finished In the most artistic and
Having superior workmen, he Is prepared
to lurnlsli work that will compare favorably with
the best City Work, and much more durable, add
at much more reasonable rates.
REPAIRING ot allkindsneatlyandprompt
lydone A call Is solicited.
Incorporated by the Court of Common Pleat in
' 1S69; by the Legislature, in 1871.
The , Pennsylvania ,
Central Insurance Company
OF POTTSVILLE, PA.
Capital and Assets, $156,000.
Premium Notes, fl00,000 00
PrnmiHRnrv Nnt.ea .an turn on
Cash premiums due or col- , '
lectea lor me year i7l, ?,usi uu
Cash premiums dne or col
lected tor tne nrsi three
months of 1872 l .snn nn
Cash from other sources
and agents, 1,200 00
Judgmeut Bonds in Com- ,. ,
puuys omce, l.iou uu
Total Cash... 16.138 00
Total cash and note assets,
April ist, toii 150,1S U0
JAMES H. GRIER, JOHN D. HADESTY,
. DIKECTOHSi . ,
John D. Hadestv. A. P. Helms. Bculamla
Tetor, A. Sutermelster, James II. Gricr, E, F.
Jungkurt, Ellas Miller.
H. H. Hill, Edward Fox, John A. Kabla, Ed
ward Wesley, Charles F. Deibert, Wm. B.
Grilllth. E. F. Jungkurt, General Agent.
Arraagementa have been made with other
first-class companses to re-Insure risks taken
on the cash plan In such amounts as desired.
Liberal commission allowed agents, and ex
clusive territory, If duBlrsd. ... This Company
confines itself to fire Insurance exclusively.
, : . OFFICE i !
No. 191 CENTRE BT., POTTSVILLE, PA.
INSURE IN THE
Mutual . Benefit Association,
' i or
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO.,' PA.
, Chartered bp the Ltgtxaturt iforcht, 187'i)
mUKOITEAPKST ATr 8AFK8T I.1FE
J. IN8UKANCK ever odered to the people.
It Is a Mutual enterprise for the protection of
Widows and Orphans In the county. Members
pay FIVK DOI.LAU8 for a oertlllcate of
membership, and annual dues on ages between 20
and 86, 1.00 1 between Ab and 50, 11.60 1 between 60
and 65, 12.00; for the term of three years, com
mencing January, 1873; and the sum of fl.10 on
the death of a member. The membership not to
exceed one thousand. A member dying, to re
ceive as many dollars as there are paying certifi
cate holdeis. This plan is adopted In order that
persons who have been exoluded from beuettls in
other Life Insurance Companies by reason of their
expensive Lirs-RATai may obtain some bene lit on
a small Investment. H commends Itself to the
f ubllo for the reason that It prevents the country
rum belugdiaiued of our money by foreign com
panlei. , .
. , i i' .... i. . . . i: v ' j
i , JOHN A. BAKER, frttidtnt, ,'.
CONRAD ROTH, Treasurer -LEWIS
WILLIAM McKEK, General A eat.
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