The Potter journal. (Coudersport, Pa.) 1857-1872, May 07, 1862, Image 4

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tiritttnt and lirtoi):ti
Farm Work for May.
How to economise time and labor and
to accomplish most during the present
month, is the farmer's study. Many_ a
farmer undertakes to do so much work
himself that be breaks down under the
pressure, while be should have spent part
or his time in planning to make work go
smoothly, to have no hurrying, no work
to be done over again, and to have no
body on the farm who intenipts the works
of others, or ie out of the way when want- .
ed, or shirking his share of the tough
jobs, and looking out for easy ones.. The
farmers of our country should remember
that all prosperity, especially in this
country, is depetident upon the products
of, the soil, and.so use the whole fertility
of the soil and the_ manure-heap to the
best advantage,
7 und with confidence in
Mtn who giveth rain in due season, and
ordoreth the seed time and the harvest.
Beans will do pretty well on poor soils,
but a great deal better on good; They
run to tope ifthe ground has too much
fresh manure, and are an excellent crop
for clearing land of weeds. They are al
ways markitable, valuable for home use,
and for feeding to sheep. Plant white
bush varieties in 2 feet apart.
Bees—A moderate apiary can be easi
ly, attended to with little expense and'
trouble, and with great profit.
Birds—Spare them all ; put up bird
boxes. More than ono or two comport- I
meats are undesirable. Kill cats that!
kill birds; allow no guns fired on or near
the premises.
Bones—Collect from far and near with
jealous care; pi,und them up cr put them
is with the horse manure. I
Broom Cornf—Plant late in the month,
on good corn land in feet each
way, or in drills 4 feet apart, thinning
subsequently to 6 inches apart in the
rows.
BuildingsH , Paint before •hot weather
conies on, if at all this season. Remove
all litter from unused stalls and the bot
tom of bays, *fore it becomes- a, harbor
fur rats and mice and insects, which soon
take possessio ; n when the premises are
left undisturbed.
Cattle--CoHnue to fodder until there'
is abundance 'of grass. Keeping thim a
week out of the pasture now will be ofl
great service 0 it before the end of thel
Summer. They will relish a little hay at I
night even after turned to
Keep up the flow of milk by feeding cowsl
with wet bran, shorts, and routs if any I
remain, • until the pastures are in full
growth. reed grain to• working cattle ,
according to the severity of their labors.,
Potatoes or other roots once or twice a
week will keep them in good, healthy
working order.
Cellars—When the cellars are empty,
clean them out in every nook and corner,
sid whitewash throughout, and stop rat
holes with cement and bruk'n glass.
Clover—Where Winter grain is thin
and backward from any cause clover and
grass seed will ct.teh if sown early.
Corn—Prepare the soil in dry weather
I:carly•in . the month, never
,work the
ground when it is wet. The old rule of
the Indians was, to pleat when oak leaves
- are as large as a mouse's ear. If heavy
greensward be broken up this Spring, do
not cross-plow, and be careful uot to dis
turb the sods id harrowing and marking
the grktund., The fermenting sods will
afford warmth and nutriment. Ex'atnioe
'carefully and reject all imperfect seed.—
If wet and dried off with lime, smutting
is prevented.
. Dairy--The labors of the dairy are
commonly more burdensome this mouth
than ; any other. Plenty of rich, milk,
with good help makes the work light.
Draining—Mark the spots that Deed
draitiing, and be prepared to put in the
"crockery" or stones next Fall in good
:earnest; and improve drouths, at any
reason, to drain low swampy land.
- Flax and Hemp—Flax culture prom
ises to become more remunerative in fu-
ture, from recent improvement in pre-
paring the fiber . .. Sow this and Hemp
early.
Fences—Beep all in repair, particular
ly boundary and road fences,
,and around
pasture lots where young cattle are con.
fined. Good fences make quiet cattle.—
If they once become unruly, no ordinary
fence will restrain them.
Grain Fields --A top dressing of pias
ter, nitrate of soda, or guano often prove
beneficial on both Winter' And Spring
Guano, lime, or wood ashen, sown
liberally before the seed is covered, will
bto4t Weary soils. Keep all stook.from
twitis,.664 pull out weeds us soon
4ialy 411-i tl f2 btfore tb6 olio is tou
Large.
Grass 'Beci—phy
grain fields not already 'seeded, and on
poor meadows. Use plenty of aced.
Hedge Rovrcthrive.and , spread by be
ing let alone. Tear them mit by the
roots, not only along the ifenced, but by
the 'roadsides to present. farther encroach
merit. time 'carnet be taken for tbis,
turn a lock of sheep upcin them I to eat
off tho. young sprouts as they appear,
which will destroy some, and keep all in
check.
Horses—Need, to keep them io, good
condition during Spring work, genermis
feed and thorough groMning. Collars,
cart, and harness saddles should•fit Ter
fectly, and these are much better hard
than soft. Soft pads induce sweating,
and galls if the skin be broken. A piece
of hard leather, cut to fit the neck and
shoulders under the collar, is a great re
lief to. a tender skinned horse. Sponge
the heads, shoulders and legi night and
morning. , _ i•
liorse-hoes—ln all cases where hand
hoeing can be• dispensed with, and the
work done by horse-power-, do so. The
tillage Is commonly mocli - more thorough,
because oftener repeated 'and dono r at so
much less expense. 1
Mengel Wurtzel—A,, most' valuable
root for stock. - Sow first to middle of l
May, on good strong deeply tilled land 4
inches apart in rows 2.'feet apart, bury
the seed an inch deep,; one seed in a
place, if you can trust the Seed ; where
seed fails, fill out-by transplanting. }
Mowings—Allow no grazing in Spring.
top.dress with fine compost before the
grass has advanced much', or apply guano,
ashes, or plaster; earlyi this month if
needed. Keep the wash 'channels open
from the road, and arrange them to dis
tribute the water over a wide space.
' Oats—A crop may sometimes be got
if sowed late; but they do not fill well.
If the ground is in perfect order and you
can put on ,nothing else conveniently,
sow oats about the first' of this month ;
but if rains come on,ldevoteTthe land to
corn or other crop. If your object is ito
seed down to grass, sow any time this
month, nod cut the oats for hay.
Peas for feeding out may be sown ear
ly in the month.. A. low growing variety
put in with oats, will be partially sup
ported by the grain, and both will yield
a crop In a favorable season:
•Parsneps--Afford a valuable feed for
milch stock'; should be sowed about the
middle of May rather shallow, in drills 2
feet apart. Parsneps make lighter drafts
upott the soil than any other Toot crop,
except onions; but delight in a deeply
worked light rich soil,
Plowing—Lay out long lands, and avoid
curved furrows.. When ever practicable
folluw with the subsoil plow. There is
no other good preparation for deepening
the soil by subsequent plowings, and it is
a great preventive of injury from drouth.
Potatoes—Plant early io drills 3 feet
;
apart,. use ,n heating manure, but well
rotted compost, ashes, etc.
Poultry—lf confined, keep up their
laying by liberal feed of grain, boiled po
tatoes, and frequently some chopped meat
`and grass or green food. Allow them to
leave their yard an hour or two before
I sundown, when they will not do much in
jury by seratchtng in the garden, etc.
[lens `with chicks•should be confined in
.pertabl3 coops ' and chickens allowed to
roam in the F , arden and fruit yard until
they begin to scratch badly; they will
destroy many' insects. Feed young poul
try with cracked corn instead of meal, in
creasing the size as they grow older,, un
til they can manage whole corn. Milk
curds are very wholesome food' for them.
Turkeys ought not to bp set befori3 this
month, and 'when hatched the young
birds must' be housed in a dry shed, and
not allowed to get wet by dew or rain for
several days.
Provisions —Pork in barrels in the cel
lar, barns in the smoke-house, and other
provisions. need loCking after occasional
ly. Add salt to the brine if it needs it
and see that it covers the meat. Hams
sewed in thin muslin bags and white
washed, will rarely be troubled by the fly.
Keep them dry and cool. 1'
Sheep—Sllear early wittiont washing
unless the saprifice on the wool will be too
great. Shen: scabby sheep) and dip in a
strong decoction of tobacdo, scrubbing
them with a brush ; watch the first syrup.
tome of foot rot, and if it showsltself at
all k after driving .the'sheep through shal
low water or wet grass, to wash their feet,
drive them all through a narrow paisage
in which a long trough isslaced, holding
a eanceutmted solution ¢f blue vitro!,
quite warm, in which tley must take
meveral steps.
Oa Eagle Calls !, Tlta War his Began! A War
of Rrtenainatiai nab* Had -Muth. Bad
. • Breath, Dimwit al/MS; Toothache, Ear
,
ache,; and Bouralgia.
OUICATILLERY IS -
Dr • WIXL. B.- Hurd's -
DENTAL.; T R EASURY
A eoMplotti setof Remedies for
PRFSERYING ; THE TEETH, PURIFYING
THE BREATH AND MOUTH, and
CURING TOOTHACHE AND' NEURALGIA.
Dr. Hurd': .eatebithed MOUTH WASlLliotde.
I?r.Hurd'a'unegUrded TOOTH 1 1 6WDER,1 box
Dr.Hrrd'a *kola: TOOTHACHE DROPS,I box
Dr. Hurd'a UNRIVALLED NEURALGIA
PLASTER.
Dr. Hurd; MANUAL on the Best Beans of
':Preserving the Teeth, including Directions for
the Proper Treatment of Children's Teeth.
FLOSS SILK for;cleaning between the Teeth.
TOOTH PICKS, etc., etc.
- Prepared at 'Dr. Hurd's Dental Office, 'IT
Fourth St:, Brooklyn, (B. , ,
Price, ONE DOLLAR; or, SIX fOr $5:
The Dental Treasury makes a package eight
inches by five, and is sent by express.
Full direction. for use is on each article.
The following articles we can send separ
ately, by mail, %Viz
The Treatise on ;PreAerving Teeth sent, post
paid, on 'receipt iof Twelve Cents, or four
stamps.'
The Neuralgia Plaster, for Neuralgia in the
Face, Nervous i-Uadaehz, and Earache, sent,
postpaid, 'on receipt of Eighteen cents, or six
stamps. ; •
The Neuralgia and Rheuniatte Plaster (large
sizl,) for, pains in the Chest, Shoulders, Back,
or any part of the body, sent, post-paid, on
receipt of Thirty-Seven cents.
Address
Dr. Hurd's MOUTH WASH, TOOTH POW
DER, and TGOTHACHE DROPS cannot be
sent by mail, bui they can probably be obtain
ed at your DrUgror Periodical Stores. If they
cannot, send to us for the Dental Treasury,
price, One Dollar,' which contains them.
NOW,
ARE DR. HURD'S PREBARATIONS GOOD 1
The best evidence that they are is : that their
firmest friends and best patrons are those who
have used them, longest. Da. WlLLtem B.
Holm is an eminent Dentist of Brooklyn
freasmer of the New York State Dentists'
Association, and these preparations have been
used in his private practice for years, and no
leading citizen of Brooklyn or Williamsburgh
question's their excellence, while eminent
Dentists of New York recommend them as the
best known to the profession. Without the
aid of advertising, dealers have sold them by
the gross.
The Editor of the Brooklyn Daily Times says :
"We are happy to know that our friend, Dr.
Hurd, is succeeding beyond ail expectations
with his Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder. The
great seCret of hiq success rests with the fact
that his, articles are precisely what they are
represented to be, as we can testify from their
long use:" •
The well-known P. T. Barnum writes :—"I
found your Tooth Powder so good that my
family have used it ail up. We find it the
best Powder for the teeth that we ever used.
I shall feel obliged if you will send me another
supply at the Museum at your convenience,
with the WV
But their cost is so small that every one
may test the matter for himself.
Beware of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr.
Hurd's Tooth Powder contains no acid, nor
'alkali, ,nor charcoal, and polishes without
wearing'the enamel. Use no other.
•
WHAT DOES DR..HURD'S REMEDIES EFCECT
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
will give young ladies that finest charm in
woman-÷a sweet breath and pearly teeth. Try
them, ladies. •
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
will cleanse the mouth from all foul exhala.-
tions, end if used in the morning, will make
the breakfast taste sweeter and the day begin
more pleasantly. Hundreds of persons can
testify to this. Try them, gentlemen,
• Dr. Hurd's :Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
are the best preparations in the world for cur
ing a.to BREATH and giving firmness and health
to the gums. Hundreds of cases of DiseaFed
Bleeding Gums, ` Sore Mouth, Canker, etc.,
have been cured by Dr. Hurd's astringent'wash.
Dr. Iltird's'Jfoul% Wash and Tooth Powder
give an additional charm to courtship, and
make husbands more agreeable to their wives
and wives to their husbands. They should
be used by every person having ARTIFCIAL
TEETH, which are liable to impart a taint to
the mouth.
Dr. Hurd's Toothache Drops cure Tootbache
arising from exposed nerves, and are the best
friends that parents can have in the house to
save their children from tortue and themselves
from loss of sleep and sympathetic suffering.
Farmers and tfecitanics t you cannot well
afford to' neglect your teeth. For a trifling
sum, yOu can now get preservatives, than
which Rothschild or Astor can get nothing
better. Remember that Dxspetosia and Con
sumption of the Lungs often alginate in Neg
lect of Teeth: Send for the Treatise on Teeth,
' and read Dr. Fite.h's observation on this sub
ject. llf too late to arrest decay in your own
teeth, save your children's teeth.
"'Neuralgia Plasters.
Dr. Hurd's'Netira/gia Non-adhesive Phulens
are the most Pleisant and successful remedies
ever prescribed for this painful disease. The
patient applies one, soon becomes drowsy,falls
asleep, and awakes frec from pain, and no
blister Or other unpleasant or injurious con
sequences ensue. For Earache and Nervous
Headache, apply according to directions, and
relief will surely follow. Nothing can be ob
tained equal to Dr. Hurd's Compress for
' Try them. They are entirely a novel,
curious, and original preparation, and: won
derfully successful. They are of two sizes,
one small, for the face, price 15 cents, and the
other large , for application to the body, price
37 cents. Will be mailed on receipt of price and
one clamp.
WHAT ARE THE PFOPLE DOING 7 ,
The American people are intelligent enough
to appreciate preparations that contribilte so
much -to the happiness of those' using them,
and they want them. - Every limit r brings us
letters.'someordering the TanArist ON TEETH;
some4he NEURALGIA. PLASTERS, and not a few
enclosing 37 icents for the Mourn WAsn, to be
sent by mail ; but to those we are compelled
to reply that'it is impossible to send a half
pint bottle by mail. The people want these
Remedies. Who will supply Mel Now is the
Chance for Agents.
-s • hiewd agents can make a small fortune in
carrying these articles around to families, The
Dental Treasury is the neatest artiole that
man pr woman can carry. around. Send f
one and see, isr - , - Iktep, a dozen, which we will
sell as samPles for $7. WM. B. HARO di cr.4--
:
Tribune Buildings, New York.
That remittances may be made with confi
dence, W. B. H. k. Co. refer to the Mayor of
Brooklyn ; to G.W. Griffith, Presid't Farmers!
and eitisens',Bark, Brooklyn, and to ethers.
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bONTRNTS
Wm. B. Hurd & Co.
Tribune Buildings, New York
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Aduiltalstrattari
,Ce:
WHEREASi•letteri of 42dmildstratiorr 74m ,
the estate of HARRIS ELLIS, dee'd;
late of Harrison Tp., Potter Co., bare been
gmetedielhe'sutrapriber in due form of kw,
notice ii-hereby.give,n to all persons kneeing
themselves indebted to said : estate, iiilmake r
immediate payment 1 ind•thor,e bayingelaims
will present them duly sathet Limited for set.!
Clement. W. HURTIS, 'Administrator.
March 31, 1862
. .
Execotorsi- Nlititce
NOTICE is hereby. given, that the under-,
signed have. been duly qualified as Ex
ecutors of the estate of "am Dwight, dec'd, l
late of Hebron township; Potter-county, Pa.;
said executors residing in he township of
Hebron, county aforesaid. 411 persons hav
ing claims against the estate Of said decedent
are reguested to
_make known the same to said:
executors without delay. •
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MARIAN DWIGHT, Executrix,
HOMAN DWIGHT, EXecutor.
. Coudersport, Pa.; Feb. 8, 'B2 ,
NOtiep'.
WHEREAS letters testinientarY to the es
tate of John Gimpy; late of - Sylvania
township, deed, have been , granted to; the
subscriber, all persons indebted -to the, said
estate are requested to make immediate pap .
meat, and , those having claims or demands
against the state of the said decedent, ,will
make known the same without 'delay to ;
ROBERT YOUNG, Executor.
Sylvania, Potter Co„ Pa.;,llar. 18
Administrator's Notice.
NOTICE is hereby given, that letteri of ad-'
ministration on the estate of JOHN S.
BENNET, late of Binghani township, , Potter
county, dec'd, have been granted to the sub
scriber by the Register of Potter county, to
whom all debt due to said estate andlclaims
against the same, must , be presented for, set
tlement or paythent. P. COOL,
Hebron, Jan. 8, 1862. !
DISSO 1 11111 en
i
OF Copartnership • The Copartnershipl?ere
tofore existing under I. to firm of Colwell
Sz.• Lyman is this day dissoli - ed by mutual,con
sent. The outstanding concerns of the ifirm
will be adjusted by B: S. Celwell .k. Co., who
will use the signature of the firm in liquida
tion. . • B. SJ COLWELL,'
HARRIS LY3IAN
WESTON BRO.;
Roulette, Feb. 6, 1862
• Co-l'artneriship..
E ,undersigned have this day fornied a
Copartnership, under the 6rin of S. S
Colwell & Co. and will continue the business
heretofore conducted by Colwell & Lyman.
B. A COLWELLI
WESTON BRO'S'
•
Roulette, Feb, 6, 1862
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pages of the Zlements of Music. The Ele=
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nary teacherS will find themselves entiOly
successful in instructing even young scholars
to sing correctly and scientifically ,-whilethe
tunes and words embrace such a variety, or
lively attractive and soul-stirring music and
sentiments, that no trouble will be experi
eneed in inducing all beginners to go on with
zeal in acquiring in one of the most
health-giving, beauty-improving, happiness , -
yielding, :and. order-producing exercises: ot
school life. In simplicity of its elements; in
variety and adaptation of music, and in
ex6llence and number of its songs, original,
selected, and adapted, it claims by muclito
excel all competita i rs. It will be found to be
the best book ever issued for Seminaries,
ACademies, and Public Schools. A few sam
ple pages of the Elethnts, Times, and Sorigi.
are given in a circular; send and get one. It
is [compiled by lIORACE WATERS, Author
ofl l “Sabbath-Sdhopl Bells." • Nos. 1 and ;3,
of which have had l the enormous ,sale of 655,-
006 in 36 months. ; Prices, paper covers,.l6
cents, $l5 per 1004 Bound, 30 eents, $22 per
I? • cloth bound, embossed gilt, 40 cents,
$ 0 per 100. 25 copies furnished at the 100
price. Mailed tree at the retail price.
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