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THIS 'TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A,, FE13UUAIIY 27,1877.
ljc lotimfidb imcs.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
Tlio ltrU of air iiw wwr lt'k ;
thry 1W rllhor or old nto or nntiiral wik
ntiltU. T!ny oliooM'tlulr foml tuvonl
iwg to tin' hokkoh niul tltolr nctual wants.
Poultry nl Initio upon , furm nrerutpprm
t'd to Iihvp nt wmnmnil nil tlicy need for
health nml tuwlmtw, (the InmlnesR of
imMludiiR t'ltK-) lUitthln l not often
really Uio onw, very few fiu itis lielng
uhln to wjpily tlio many tiling needful.
Mine, uravcl, snml, good water at will,
and a full variety of both hard and noft
feed, groin and lnteots, worms, &o., are
seldom ftwnd on any one farm. When
they are, and the shelter from extremes
of heat and cold (trees In summer and
warm housing in winter) are ample,
there is no cholera, eroup, pip, or other
diseases killing them.
When a man knows what his farm
lacks for his poultry, It is generally
easily supplied ; but few persons can tell
exactly what Is lacking. There is one
thing, however, which Is very import
ant, which nature does not supply, and
which civilization makes necessary, and
that is charcoal to keep the stomach
sweet, to prevent lndirrestlon and to
maintain a constant good appetite.
Charcoal made of wood does not an
swer the purpose ; It has no taste of food
is not attractive to the fowl and Is sel
dom eaten. But if any one will put an
ear of ripe com into the fire till the
grains are well charred and then shell
off the corn and throw it to his flock, he
will see an eagerness developed and a
healthy condition brought about which
will make a decided improvement.
All pale combs will become a bright red,
that busy song which -precedes laying
will be heard, and the average yield of
eggs will be greatly Increased.
Feeding Soft Corn.
Feed the soft ears of corn to milch
cows. A grain In the flow of milch
follows. Now stop feeding these soft
ears, and give them the big ears, set
with hard kernels and it will at once be
seen how much more good the soft corn
does them. If the cows are over fed, or
perhaps should they have but little of
the hard corn, the kernel will le found
in the manure,unutilizedby the animals.
In feeding a herd of cows on hard corn,
some cows will be always found not
digesting completely the kernels. It is
also observed that when corn is sent to
mill before it is sufficiently dry to grind
fine with the cob, it is an unsatisfactory
food. It does the cows Ichb good than we
should expect, thus clearly betraying
the fact that at this time the meal is less
nutritious, in itself is less digestible
than meal made from old corn. Jcffcr
xonian. Tree Planting in New York.
A law of New York State runs as
follows: Any inhabitant liable to high
way tax who shall transplant by the
nide of the public highway any forest
shade-trees or fruit-trees of suitable size,
shall be allowed by the overseers of
highways, in the abatement of his high
way tax, one dollar for every four trees
set out; but no row of elms shall bo
placed nearer than 70 ft., no row of
maples or other forest trees .nearer than
r0 ft., except locust, which may be set
.'50 ft., apart, and no allowance as before
mentioned shall bo made unless such
trees shall have been set out the year pre
vious to the demand for said abatement
of tax, and are living and well protected
' from animals at the time of such de
mand. The Farmer's Grindstone.
There is no tool as essential on the
farm as a good grindstone ; it is there
fore necessary that every farmer should
have one and know how to take proper
c&re of it. A grindstone should always
be kept uuder cover, as exposure to the
sun's rays hardens the grit and injures
the frame. The stone should not stand
in water when not in use, as this causes
soft places. The water should be allowed
to drip from some vessel placed above
the stone,and the drip should be stopped
when the stone is not in uwe. AH
greasy or rusty tools should be cleansed
before sharpened, as grease or rust chokes
up the grit. The stone should be kept
For Cleaning Jewelry.
There is Dothing better than ammonia
and water. If very dull or dirty, rub a
little soap on a soft brush, and brush
them in this wash, rinse in cold water,
dry first in an old silk handkerchief,
and then rub with buck or chamois
skia. Their frechness ami brilliancy
when thus cleaned cannot be surpassed
by any compound used by Jewelers. . ,
Tim different editions of Tin Hex during the
next yenr will bo tliesaino nsilurliig the er that
lilt lint iwil. The dully edition will on week
ihiys lie i (licet of four paii'S, and on Htiiidnxs a
sheet of eight imge. or ntt broad ooliiiiins while
tlie weekly edition will be a sheet of eight pnires
nl Hie suiue dimension and diameter Unit are
already familiar to our friends.
Tim Hi m will unntlniin to be the strenuous ad
vncatn nf reform and retrenchment, and ot the
siih'tlttitlon of statesmanship, wisdom and In.
tegrlty for hollow prnleiife. Imbecility, and fraud
In the administration of public affairs. It will
contend for the government of the people by the
people and for Hie people, at opposed to sovnrn
inenl In the ballot box and In the cmimlng ot
votes, enforced by military violence. It will en.
deavor to supply Its realers a body now not far
from a million of souls with the moat careful,
complete, and trustworthy accounts of current
events, and will employ for this purpose a numer
ous and carefully selected stall of reporters and
correspondents. Its reports frem Washington,
espeolall, will be full, accurate and fearless ; and
It will doubtless eontlriue to deserve the hatred of
those who thrive by plundering the Treasury or
by Usui pin); what tne law does not give tfiein,
while it will endeavor to merit the eonlldenee of
the Dublin by defending the rights of the people
agaiuHt the encroachments of iinjustllled power.
The price of the dally MUSI will be fift cents a
month or HJ a year, post paid, er with the Hun
day edition 17.70 a year.
The Miniiay edition alone, eight pages, 81.20 a
The Wkeki.tHi), eight pages of BO broad coir
limns, will be furiilsheiTdurlng 1877 at the rate of
t) a year, post. paid.
The benertnf this tore reduction from the
previous rate for Tub WBuki.v caH be enjoyed by
Individual subscribers without the necessity of
making up clubs. At the name time, If any of
our friends choose to aid In extending circulation
we shall be grateful to lliem. and every such per.
son who sends ten or more subscribers from one
place will be entitled to one copy of the paeJ
for himself without charge. Alone dollar a year,
postage paid, the expenses of paper and printing
are hardly repaid ; and, considering the size of
the sheet and the ouallty or Its contents, we are
confident the people will consider Trr Week it
Hun the cheapest newspaper published In the
world, and we trust also one of the very best.
6UCt Address, THE SUN, few York City, N. Y.
Improved CUCUMBER WOOD
I'll, MP, Tasteless, Durable, Kt
lie lent and Cheap. The best
Pump for the least money. At
tention Is especially Invited to
Hlatchley's Patent Improved
Bracket and New Drop Check
Valve, which can be withdrawn
without removing the Pump or
disturbing the Joints. Also, the
Copper Chamber, which never
eracksor scales, and will outlast
any other. For sale by Dealers
everywhere. Hand for Catalogue
CHAR. U. IlLATCm.EY, Manufacturer,
ly WKJ Commerce St., Vnlhipelphla, Fa.
J 3 S
Do you want BOOTS of any kind T
If so, rail and see the
NOW OFFEItEll ST
F . M O It X I M K K .
New Pension Laiv.
UNDHlt an act ot Congress approved March 3,
1873, widows of otllcers who were killed, or
died of liisuase contracted In the service, are now
entitled to 82.00 per month for each of their chil
dren. Tim guardian of a minor child of a soldier who
heretofore mi ly received JS.00 per month pension
is now entitled to flu. per moth.
Holdiers who receive Invalid pensions can now
have their pensions increased to any sum or rate
between 18. and 118. per mouth.
(soldiers who have lost their discharges can now
Fathers anil mothers who lost, sons in the serv
ice upon whom aey were dependent tor support,
can also obtain pensions.
The undersigned having had over 10 years ex
perience In the Claim agency business will attend
prompt ly to claims under the above act.
Call on or address
Attorney for Claimants,
2ntf. . PerryCo.,Fa
Daily Express and Freight Line
rpilKsubscrlbei wishes to notify theoltlzeasot
JL Blooiutleld and Newport that lie Is running a
Dally Line between these two places, and will haul
Fretghtof any kind, or promptlydellverpackages
or messages entrusted to his care.
SfsVOrdersmay belett for him at the stores of
F. Mortimer & Co.. New Bloomfleld, or MllllganS
Musser, Newport. i"a.
.1. S. WHITMORE.
YT-ILI.IAM M. SUTtn,
Justice ot the Peace,
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR,
New Bloomfleld, Parry County, Penn'a
Special attention paid to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds, Bonda.Mortgages and Agreements
neatly executed. 7 ltitt
Xotiee to Trespassers.
NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons not to
trespass on mv grounds by picking berries,
fishing, hunting, or ollierwlsetrespasslng, as they
will be dealt with according to law.
W. H HERMAN.
Greenwood twp., Aug. 10, 1875. tf
THKHPA8H 7SOTICK.-A11 persona are
forbid to trespass on my laud In Havllle
biwnjdiin for anv uurnose whatever, and a reward
of So will be paid for tesMmouy that will couvlct
any (h-isuu of such trespass.
May 0, 1870 tf
LANNEL8 A splendid! assortment of Flan
neia, jusi openeu oy f. mom nainit
a day at home. Agents wanted- Outfit and
terms free. TRUE & CO,, Augusta, Maine.
FOR OPEHAf INO
FATIGUE OK INJURY.
The most complete method of propelling the
sew ing machihe. It saves four-fifths the labor and
entirely avoids the cause of physical Injury t en
dorsed by the medical fraternity. It can be at
tached to any ordinary sewing machine without
removing the machine from the house. Ho sew.
Ing machine should be used without this Im
portant attacliTMtnt Hend for our circulars,
which explains the principles. Address,
NEW YORK. TKKADLE MFU. ( 0.,
-Itv. 64 OorUandt Street. N. J'.
NOTICE Tbe undersigned hereby gives no
tlce to all persons indebted to him. that their
account! must tie settled on or before the Brut ot
March. After that no further Indulience will be
ranted. CHRISTIAN HIOUFFEK
Bberminsdale. Jan. , 1877. pd
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 123 MARKET ST.,
WAINWItlGHT & CO.
, WHOLESALE GROCERS
Hurt h Rast Corner ot 2nd and Arcb Street,
QHARLES S. JONES,
WHOLKHALK DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
218 NORTH WIIAIIVES,
AVID. J, HOAR & CO.,
HOAB MoCONRKT k OO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
Ulil MAItKKT (STREET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM &C0.,
Wholisalb Dialbhi IK
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4. NOKTH FIFTH BTItEET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers I u
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, &c,
And a flue assortment of
WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
No.l'je Market atreet, above 4th,
JOHN LUCAS & CO.
ONIV M AN U FACTUM KHS
PURE SWISS GREEN.
White Lead and Color
MA NUFA CTURERS,
Nos, 141 and 143 North Fourth St.,
gMITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
-On Hiob 8tbhkt. East or Cabusxs St.,
'cw Bloomfleld, Peaa'a.
TUB subscriber his hull t a lare and com ran
dious Bhop on HIkb fit.. East of Carlisle Street
new tuflomneid. fa., where n is prepared to ma a
ufaoture to order
Of every description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of eTery Style,
bullttoorder, and finished In the most artietieand
A- Having superior workmen, ha la prepared
to furnish work that win compare favorably with
the best City Work, and much inure durable, and
at much more reasonable rate. :
-KBPAIRINO of allklndsneatlyandpromp
lydone A eall Is solicited.
J OH PRINTING of every deserlptlon neatly
executed on short notice aid at reasonable
rates at this office.
jQ D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURED
Booksellers and Stationers,
- And Dealeia In
WALL PAPJEH, ETC,
No. 4.10 Market Street.
BIIAFFNER, ZIKGLER CO..
Importers and Dealers la
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No.se, North Fourth Street,
PHILADELPHIA , PENN'A.
Agents for Lancaster Combs,
gowER, pons & CO.,
And Dealer In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Alwayi on hand, and made to Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets
Publishers of Banders' New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's History of
tbe United States, Felton'sOutllne Maps, to.
gARCROFT & CO..
Importer and Jobbers
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linena, White Good, &o.,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth.North Side,)
JEW. T. M0UL,
Weimer, Wriffht & Watkin,
Manufacturer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
"JVo. 302 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
IMFOBTIBS AMD JOMBXS 0
Olii ii a, Olnss
. 923 Market Street,
TBIMBLK, BRITTON Co
NO. 006 MARKET STREET,
FBILADXWBIA. T 10
David Masters. I. A. Detwller. W. M. B. Ball.
RASTERS, DETWILER & CO.,
Manufacturers of and
WHOLBXALB DBALKR& ty
32S MARKET STREET.
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street,
gT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "THK UNION,")
JOS. M. FEOEH, Preprletor-
817 & 819 ARCH STREET,
'I 'HIS HOTEL being centrally located, and hav
1 Ing been entirely rmittbd. It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can he desired
JINDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT.
REFLECTOR COMBINED !
Giving Douhle the Light of
any other Chimney,
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
FOR OIL !
Everybody who sees them are
J Thc Trade supplied at
a Liberal Discount.
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney -t-Law,
New Klooratield, Perry. eo., la.
M-ODloe Next door to the residence oljudre
Junkln. , 46tf
AM. MARKEL, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomfleld, I'erry county, Pa.
yf Office directly opposite tbe Foat-OfBce,
and adjoining tbe Mansion House.
ATTOBNKY AT UW,
NEW BLOOMFLELD, PERRY CO..PA.
"Clalms promptly secured and collected
Writings and all legal business carefully attend
edto. 82 yl
JAMES H. FERQliSON, Attorney at-Law,
-Offlce Market Street, near the Square. 86 J
HARLE8 H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law.
New Bloomfleld, Perry Go. Pa.
r Office with O. A. Barnett, Esq., on Hlgb.
Street, north side, nearly opposite tbe Presbyto
riaa Church. . Angnst 20, U12.
JBAILY, Attorney at Law,'
W Office opposite the Mansion House and neitf
door to tbe Post-Ofnce.
Refers to B. Mclntire, Esq. June 27, 1871.
TTTM. A. 8PONRLEE. Attorney-at-Law,
TV Oftlce edjolalng his residence, on East
Main street. New Bloomfleld. Perry eo., Pa. S 8 ly
JOHN 0. 8HATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Bloomfleld, Perry eo.. Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry
done In tbe best manner, and at reasonable
sVOfflce at his residence one door East of tbe
Robinson House, and opposite Win. A. bponsler's
Law office. 8 21y
"IITM. N. HEIBKRT. Attorney-at-Law,
YY New Bloomfleld, Perry eo.. Pa.
Bloomfleld, 383 lr.
XTTM. M. 8TJTCH,
New Bloomfleld, Perry eo.. Pa.
JVOfflce Two doors West ol P. Mortimer
LEWIS POTTER. WOT ait Pcauc, New Bloom
fleld. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and leases earefnlly
Prepared and acknowledgements taken. All
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take deposluona to be ret d In
any court in tbe United States. , . 7101y
fyOAS. J. T, McINTTRK, Attorney-at-Law,
V New Bloomfleld, Perry eo.. Pa.
W All professional business promptly andfait h
fully attended ta- 8 1 y.
M. A. MORKI80W.
JTTATICK OK TH K PK AC, aad flENER AL
COLLECTOR. NlwfiitSMiova. Perrveo-Pa.
4urRemltUnceawUlbe soade promptly fxrall
Collections made. Tit
CHAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bieomiield. Perry eo.. Pa. -S.
Office on high street. North aide, nearly op
posite the Presbyterian Church. . , 3 81y
RICHARD L.MACEE,., .
JUBTICE OP THE PEACE,
n Office at his residence. In CENTB E TOWN
SHIP. Perry Ceunty, Penn'a., one mile South ef
New Bloomfleld. MJ