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l)c tmc0f Nciu Bloomficlb, )a.
FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS.
We invilp rnmmnnlriftlnnn.frnm nil iwrmnmrhoare
in)rrrt'ii in witters proimrlu Ix.Hmying to this
The N''m Eij!n7 Farmer cays " tliat
Jolin Hunter, p no of tlio most celebrated
physicians that ever livuil, y.nvo tho
mothers of his day four cardinal things
needed for infants plenty of iniik. plenty
of sleep, plenty of fliuinel, and plenty of
Cuttle, tied in -the stable, where they
cannot scratch or lick tltouiwdven. need
the luxury of a daily carding. It should
be statedly and ivutly done, and beside
beitiii a merciful measure, is an economi
cal one- It makes beef, by keeping the
skin soft, and loose, and lively ; it in
creases the How of milk, by helping di
gestion, which is always aided by a
healthy skin ; and it. saves food,, because
the better the digestion, the more nutri
tion is extracted from the food eaten.
Add to all this, that, the cattle always
look better when thus considerately
treated, and you have an array of reasons
for carding stock that no keeper of even
a single cow."
Tho regret is often expressed that
weeds are increasing each year. If the
strength of the sod that now goes to use
less weeds could bo turned into remuner
ating crops, it would amount in the ag
gregate to at least one bundled millions
of dollars a year.
" One reason for this increase is, culti
vating a great deal of land with a wnall
force, and especially the absence of all
previous plan iu the matter of farm
This matter to which our contem
porary alludes, is becoming grad
ually understood, and the time is some
where in the future, that a crowth of
Weeds in the fields will he locked upon
with about as much disfavor as a nest of
rats iu a corn-bin. Vuinifn (Jcutlcman
Yellow Tut iu Hogs.
At a. recent meeting of the Farmers'
Club, this question was considered.
J. Y). llanscll desired to be informed
whether feeding boiled corn to hogs
would cause the tat to be yellow.
Mr Curtis said that probably the hogs
Mr. Carpenter attributed the yellow fat
to disease m the hoes.
A. Sylvester had no doubt the color of
the fat could he regulated by the food,
feeding carrots, etc., to cows invariably
cave the fat a reddish appearance. lie
thought tho pork was colored by tho corn
A writer iu the Aimiirnn AijricuJln
rvV has long practiced the following meth
od of curing, wiMi excellent results:
As soon as the anitnul heat is well out,
rub the pieces on every part with salt,
and lay them on a shelf or in a box or
barrel, an convenient, for ono week. Then
rub with finely pulverized saltpetre (loz.
to a L'Olb. ham), and immediately follow
with another dressing of salt as at first.
Kepeat at the end of 2d, 3rd and 4th
week, the rubbing with tho salt alone.
At the end of five weeks, wash in warm
water, hang to -dry for 24 hours, and
A Rice Doughnut.
T!oil a piut of sweet milk and stir in
while boiling a teacup full of b inter; then
beat two eggs into two cups of sugar, and
when woll beaten, mix with the hot but
ter and milk. When nearly cold add a
cup of yeast, a little salt and a pint of
flour. After stirring well together let it
stand until quite light and then knead
in enough flour to mako a dough which
will roll out and can bo cut into proper
shape. Let it rise again nud when cpuite
light put in a little nutmeg, roll out and
cut into tho desired shape and fry in hot
Recipe for Curing: Meat.
Mr. Foster, of Madison county, gives
the following recipe for salting oue hun
dred pounds of beef :
Kino pounds of salt, 2 pounds of su
gar, 2 ounces of saltpetre, 2 ounces of
black pepper, and 6 gallons of water.-
Iioil and fckim, and put on the beef while
A Cement for Iron.
Take litharge and red lead, equal parts,
mix thoroughly and make into a paste
wuli concentrated glycerine to the eon
sisteney of soft putty, fill the crack and
smear a thin layer on both sides of the
casting so as completely to covor the frac
tnrel This layer can be rubbed off, if
neoosgary, when neawy dry, by an old
knilo or chisel.
"We now have the material to
all kinds of
T OB - "W O I m
I3nllic Utiles J3il!w,
Plain or In Colors.
Blanks of All Kinds !
OF ALL SIZES,
PLAIN OR FANCY I
la fact ?70 are prepared -to do every
Uusually Done in a Country Office;,!
PROMPTLY ATTEENDD TO
AT REASONABLE HATES.
POTTER S ROW,
I). M. IliiicNinith'M Hotel !
and a full assortment of the latest
Improved Carriage Hardware,
For ale by
TOK subscriber keeps constantly on hand, i
FINE ASHOltTMKNT OV
FRENCH CALF SKINS,
ft 0 AN S,
PEGS, A WLS,
and a f eneral assortment of articles used by Shoe
OPINIONS OKTIIE IJtESS.
No article ever attained to such unbounded dodu-
larity.. tjaiern Otmcrver
An article of great nu;rlt and virtue Clncinnat
Ve can bear testimony to the efllcacv of the Pain
Killer. We liave seen Us limbic ellects In soothing
the severest pain, and know It to be a good urticlu.
A speedv cure for nalu. No family should be
without it. Montreal Transcript.
There has nothing as yet surpassed the Tall' Kill
er, which is the most valuable family luediciie nuw
in use. nnneume Orw'n.
It has real merit: as a means of removing .pn.ln-
no medicine has aeuuiied a reputation eiiial to
revry Davis' Fain killer. Newport, (A;.) Vadil
Its wonderful power In removlns the most severe
pain has never been equalled. Burlington Senti
It Is one of thefewarliclesthatpre lust what luey
pretend to be. Brunswick Telegraph.
Our owe opinion Is that no family should be with
out a bottle of ft for aisingle hour. In flesh ftninds
aches, pains, sores. Sic., it is the most eilcctual rem
edy we know of. Aeirs, St. Julin, Cunatta.
After manv years' trial of Davis' Pain Killer. we
advise that every family should provide themselves
Willi so eiipcmai ami speeny a 1'AiN kii.lek. Am-
liersl, (A'. &) (juzctle.
The Fain Killer of Ferry Davis & Son we can con
fidently recommend. We have used it for a length
of time and Invariably with success. Canada Bap
tist. !- The Fain Killer is for sale by medicine deal
i.miiu nv ir. ni. b. ntricKier, r.ew isiooin
iield, Fa. Dec. 7 lm
Cure for Consumption.
WHAT THE DOCTORS SAY:
AMOS -WOOLEY, M. D., of Kosciusco county, In
diana, says : " For three years past I have used AI
LION'S l.UNU 11ALSAM extensively. In my practice,
and I am satisfied that there is no better medicine
for lung diseases in use."
ISAAC A. DOKAN, M. D.,of Logan county, Ohio,
says: "ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM not only sells
rapidly but gives perfect satisfaction in every case
within my knowledge. Having conlldence in it and
knowing that it possesses valuable medicinal prop.
erties, 1 freely use it iu my daily practice and with
unbounded success. As an expectorant It is cer
tainly far ahead of any preparation I have ever yet
NATHANIEL HARUIS, M. I)., of Middlebury,
Vermont, says: "I have no doubt it will soon be
come a classical remedial agent for the cure of all
diseases of the Throat, Lungs, and the Bronchial
Physicians do not recommend a medicine which
has no merits. What they say abuutj
ALLEN'S LUNG BALSAM
Can be taken as a fact. Let all alllicted test it at
Sold bg all Medicine Dealer.
WSold by Dr. M. B. Strickler, New BloomfleJd
Fa. Dec. 7, 1809 liu.
Will cure the ASTITMA, BRONCHITIS, BLOOD
BPITTINO. DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING. PAIN
and WEAKNESS l.V THE CHEST, TROUBLESOME
COUGHING AT NIGHT, ic It will effectually re
Uoyc the Cough that frequently follows Mcules, and
any afrcction of the rexpiratory organs, no matter of
now long atanning, or wnntcver cue age or we person.
It actnasmpeoific, is purely Ttgetable, and i pleasant
to the taste. Its effect Is soothing, allaying the vio
lence of the cough, facilitating expectoration, quieting
KU uci ,H Will CAUU1(WUK WiC BjitVCm.
Mothers, Save Your Children!
Ho child need die of CRW7P, If this Byrnp Is need
in time: thii ii a act dtmonttrflted by txperienee.
Ko family should be without this Hvrup, as that fatal
disease, CROUP, comes like a thief in the night, to
teal away your little ones, when regular medical aid
muuoi ve outainea.
Fripartd tnly by
DAVID E. FOUTZ,
TO OUR FRIENDS!
TUB undersipned have this day formed
I'ai'Uiersliip under the name of
SIDDALL & MARKLEY,
and will continue the
WHOLESALE DRUG BUSINESS,
At No. 119 Market Street,
Buxcedlng to the well-known house of
WRIGHT & SIDDALL.
Trusting to receive a continuance ,pf the fayors
so uuerauy nestoweu on me oiu nnn,
We are yours, Respectfully,
FRANCIS H. RIDDALL,
One of the Hi ni of Wright & Siddall.
ARTHUR D. MARKLEY, M. D.
Philadelphia, Jauuury 1, 1370.
I. O. TJ. I.
LOOKING FOR A PLACB
TO BUY GOODS, LOW;
Then go to the One Price Store, of
New Bloomtleld, Pa.
IOR Extra Rio Coffoe, either Roasted or
- Green, or a line CoII'ee at 25 cents, go
to Y. MORTIMER'S.
New Bloomfleld, Ta.
THE subscriber having purchased the properly
on the jorner of Maine and Carlisle streets,
opposite the Court House, invites nil bis friends
ami former uustnincrs to Rive liini n villi ns he is
determined I ) furnish lirst class accommodations.
3 ltf. 1'ropnetor.
Perry County, Pcnn'a.
HAVINO purchased the hotel formerly occu
pied by David It. Lnjifer. situated on North
t arllsle Street ml loiirnc the court liou-e, I am
lirenared to receive transient miests or regular
To all who favor me with their custom. I shall
endeavor to furnish first class accommodations. A
call Is solicited.
llloomlleld, March 9, 1809.
Samubl 8. Webeii.
W. H. Smith
' THE union;
This line Hotel Is located on
Arch Street, BctweeB Third and Fourth Street,
WEI5F.R & SMITH.
January 1, 1809.
THE ONLY RELIABLE CURE
JN THE KNOWN WORLD.
Dn. WisnAiiT's Okbat Amemcan Dyspepsia
Pills ait. I PinkTkijb Tah ('(;kiuai. are a positive
and infallible cure for Dyspepsia in its most aggra
vated iiirin ami no mailer oi now long standing.
Thev l. netrato tlie secret abode of this terrible
disease, uud exlcrniwate it, rjo and branch, for
They alhwiate more, agony and silent suffering
man tougiu, can ten.
They are toted for curing the most desperate and
hojielcss eases, when every known menus fails to
No form of jlyspcps'a ,or iudigestlon can resist
ineir pencil aiiiii; (lower.
PINE TBEE TAR GOROl
It Is the vit al principle of the Pi ne Tree, obtained
ny a peculiar process in me uistuiaiion oi nie tar.
by which its highest medical properties are retained
It Invigorates the digestive (truant and restores the
appetiie. It strengthens tiiedebililatcd system. It
purities and ein lcli 'S the blood, and expels from the
system the corruption which scrofula breeds on the
lungs. It di ssi lives the mucus or phlegm which
stops the air passages of tho lungs. Its healing
principle acts upon the irritated surlace oi llic
lungs and throat penetrating to each diseased part
relieving pain and subduing intlammation. It i"
the result of years of study and experiinciit.aud it
isollered to the atllicted with the positive assur
ance of its power to cure the following diseases, if
i lie paiieui nas not too long aeiayeu a resort to tne
means oi cure:
OonsumiMon of the Lungs, Cough, Sore Throat
and -lirtant, Bronchitis, Liver Complaint
Blind and Bleeding Piles, Asthma,
Whooping Cough, Dlpllue
ria, Ac, etc.
A medical expert, holding honorable collegiate
uipioniH, (irvme ins eiiuie nine 10 inr examina
tion of patients at the otlice parlors. Associated
with hiin are three consult ing physicians of acknow 1
edged eminence whpse services are given to the
pUOUC rltl.K OF CUAKUE.
Tills opiiortunlty is given by no other Institution
in tne country.
Letters from any part of the country asklnir ad
vice will be promptly and gratuitously responded
to. Where convenient, remittances should take the
DRAFTS OR POST OFFICE ORDERS.
Price of Wlshart's American Dyspepsia Pills, 81 '
nox. rieni ny man on receipt oi price.
Price of Wlshart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial, $1.60
bottle, or SH a dozen. Sent by express.
All communications should be addressed
L. Q. C. WISH ART, M. D.,
No. 232 North Second St.,
TO COXS OI I'TI YKS.
THE Advertiser, having been restored to health
in a lew weeKs, try a very simple remeuy.aiiei imv.
imr suncred several vears with a severe lung attec-
tion, and that dreaded disease, Consumption li
anxious to make known to his fcllow-sullvrers the
menus of core.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
prescription in-ed (free of charge), with Kie direc
tions for preparing and using tho sainf, which
they will jlnd a bums Cuiir fok Consumption,
Asthma. IlHONi'iirriH. etc. Theobiect of the ad
vertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit
the alllicted, and spread information which he
conceives to be invaluable; and he hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost than
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription, will please ad
dress Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
UAlj , Wllllauuburg, Kings suunty, Mew York.
Pennsylvania 11. It. Time Tabl.
On and after November 14th. 1809. rassenrer
trains will run as follows:
aeltle Fx press
. in.R0 a.
. 12.: p.
. 7.53 P.
. fi.nn a.
. 9.11 A.
. 2.::-2 p.
arrrisuiirg Accommouauoii,. . .
iiclllc Fxpress. (Flag) ,
.. 5.19 p.
J. .1. HAI1CLAY, Agent.
On mid after November 14tli, 1HC9, trains wll
ave Du.'icaiiiioii. a follows :
1.12 r. u.
H.'JH P. M.
3.1fi V. U.
i-.m a i;ii.
Way Passenger P.?3 A. M.
Mail , ir.tHi p. m.
al Line. (Flag) 4..r.u p. M.
,oeal Freight !'.!" A. M.
Mvrn. Wav raiueiieer w et runs iiaiiv. exeest
Monday, all other tra.ns da'dy except Sunday.
Stage Line Polwrrn ovport and ew
licrm aniow u.
STAOFS leave New (iennantown daily at four
o'clock a. in. I.iindisliurgat 7. so a. hi. Green-
park at 8 a. m. New llloomtleld at 9U a. m.
Arrivtnit at Newport to connect with the Ae
conimodat'oii train Fast.
Returning leaves iewport on the Rrrival of the
Mail Train from Philadelphia, at l.m p. m.
i,. ltiUii,, rroprmor.
III! A HUM K AI L-EO A1).
3Ioiadny, Sov. 22nl, 1SC9.
CI UK AT TIU'NK LINE FROM THE NORTH
X and North-West for Philadelphia. NewYork,
Heading, l'ottsville. Tainiuiua. Ashland Shamokin. (
Lebaniin. Allentown, liaston, I.plnata, Litiz, Lan
caster. Colunibia, &c. Kr
Tra'ns leave llarrisimrgior incw vovk, asronows:
At 2.30. 5.:i5, R.li. a.m., and 12.20 noon, and 2.P5,
11. no. p. m.. connecting with similar tiajnson the
I'enn'a liailroan. and arriviigai ivew ioi k at
l.i. a. m., and 12.05, noon, 3.35. .3.). 10.0(1. p. M.. and
turn, a. m.. respectively. .Sleeping cars aecoinpany
the 2..3H. and 5.3a, A. M., and 12.211, noon trains witn
out change. .
wave Ilarrisimrp tor Heading, roiisvine, lama-
qua, Minersvilie, Asinami, MiamoKin, l ine i.iuvo,
Allentown. 1 niiaoeipii'a. ai n.io, a. m.. ana.iw. aim
4.10, r. M., the 2. 55 train stopping at Lebanon only ;
the 4. Ill p. M. train slopping at an Millions nun mait
in connections for Philadelphia, l'ottsville and Co
lumbia, and all Intermediate Stations between mid
points onlv. For l'ottsville. Schuylkill Haven and
Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad,
leave liarrislmrgat 3.40 p. m.
Returning : Leave New mK at ti A. M., l' noon.
and 5 and 8 p. m.: Philadelphia at 8.15 a.m.. and
3.31) p. m. Slceiilng cars aceoiniiany tne a. i. ana
and 8 P. M. trains from New iork. without
Way passenger train leaves i iinaoeinina i.
. m.. .connecting with similar trainon Fast Penn'a
Railroad, returning from Reading at 6.35 p. M.,
stopping at ail Station;; leave Pottsvllle at 5.40.
and u A. m. anu .i. o r. m. : j ici iiikiu ai a. m. ,
Shamoltiii at 5.40 and 10.40 a.m.; Ashland. 7.05 a.
m. and 12.30 noon ; Tamaiiua atx.33 A. M. and2.20r.
M. for Philadelphia and New York.
,.. ...... .ll'... W'..l....-U;il .....1 U.lannltr,,,t,
Railroad altt.15 A. M..forl!arrisbuig,andll.:iOA. M.
for Pine drove and Tivmont.
Reading accommodation train: leaves rotrsvuie
at 5.40 A. m.. passing Reading at 7. 30 A. m., arriving
it Philadeliihia at 10.20 A. M., relurnmg leaves
Philadelphia at 4. 45 p. M. passing Reading at 7.4
p. m., arriving at rottsvine at .: P. M.
Pottsiown Aeeoiniuoaatioii train : Leaves rotts-
town at (i.45a. in., returning, leaves Philadelphia at
4.( Op. m.
(. oiunili'a liauroau irauis leave neaoiugai,
a. in. and (i.Jo p. m. tor tjitirata, liuz, Lancaster,
('(iiiiiiili a. 6vC.
I'ei kinnicii Railroad trains leave rerkloinoiuuno-
tion at 9 a. m. and 3.10 and 5.30 p. in. Returning,
leaves Sehwenksvilie at().10.H.12a.iiiand 12.45 noon,
connecting with similar trains on Reading Rail
road. . . , .
Colebrookdalc Railroad train leaves rottstownai
8.45 a. m. and u.2'i. in., for Jit. Pleasant, arriving t
10.20 a. m. and-7.2o p. in. : returning leave ftit. flea-
aut at 7. and 11, a. m., connecting with similar trains
on Reading It. It.
Chester Vailev Railroad trains leave iirmgepori
at 8.3U a. m.. 2.05 and 5.02 p. in. Returning, leave
Downiiigtown at 6.30 a. in., 12.45. n i, and 5.1S
p. in., connecting with trains on Reading Railroad.
On Sundays; Leave New York at 5 and 8 p. in. ;
Phlla. at 8 a. m. and 3.15 p. in. ; the Ha. in. train run
ning onlv to Reading; rousviiies u. in.; Jiarns
bni L' fi.3f) a. in., and 4.10 and 11.00 p. in. ; and Read
ing at 12.43 midnight, and 7.15a. in. for Harrisbuiu;
at 7.20 a. in. and 12.55 a. ni. for New York; and at
9.40a. in., 4.2.") p. m. for Phila.
Commutation, Mileage, season, isenooi anu ex
cursion Tickets to and irom an points at reuueea
Baggage checked through, 100 pounds allowed
Horse aii Cattle Powte
. This preparation, long nd fTorbljr
'known, will thorouKlily re-inTigor
broken down tnd low-spirited horsu.
by strengthening and cleansing tu
stomach and intestines.
It is a sure preventire of all disease
Incident to this animal, such as LUMtt
FEVKR. GLANDERS, YELLOW
WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, D1S
TEMPER, FEVERS, FOUNDER,
LOSS OK APPETITE AND VITAL
ENERGY, ko. Its use Improves
tha wind, increases the appetite
gives asmooth ana glossy skin ana
transforms the miserable skeleton
In to a flae-looking and spirited horse.
To keepers of Cows this prepara
tion is invaluable. It is a sure pr
I ventiva against Rinderpest, Hollow
Horn, etc. It lias oeen proven ny
actual experiment to increase the
'quantity of milk and cream twenty
percent, ana make tne nuiter una
ana sweet, in iiikuius vviv. m
gives them tn appetite, loosens their bide, and Drnkea
dam thrire much faster.
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coughs, Cleeri ta
ft Lungs, Liver, fee, this article act
mm m Twifln. Rr nuttinff from one-
kalf a paper to a paper In a barrel of (
Swill the aDova aiseases win iw ciui
ated or entirely prevented. If given
tn time, a certain preventive ana
era for the ilog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
For sal by Druggist and Storekeepers through
4Vt United Uutei, Canada and South Ananas.