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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, TA., MAY 22, 1877.
She iUooniiiclb fljimrs.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
avelntlte (nmmnnli'iMiiii fr.vn 1l i"rsoii wlin urn
iiiterentwl lu mutters properly brlnmrliiir In lul de.
"' Don't PRy" Crops.
" KhIhIiir corn don't pny," nayn tbo
flvrmerof Mnlne. " ItnlMng this -and
1bnt crop don't pay. Tills thing and
that don't pay. Well, what shall I do?
What shall I and my sons one 10 years
id the other 1H years old, do this sum
mer ? Our furni Is KM) ncren." The
doiVt pay, Ave tdke It, means that the
labor we put Into this or that crop will
hob ftfve'iis fhe eurrent rote of wages.
Well, suppose It does not ; suppose you
and ynur sons do nut earn each 50 cents
a dy4n oultlvatlng your crops, when
the1 laboring ninn gets a dollar a day for
,a,pili;n.of the year.
Thethlng to do, it seems to us, is
(Itbcntoqult the farm and try some
other bufdness, or to stick to to the farm
and make the 50 cents a day and as
-much more as we can, by hard -work.
This ldHng of our time complaiidng
the while ; this doing only the half what
wo-oan dothis farming sort of life
restingr uslt were, on our oars, and only
putting' them into tlie water occasionally
for .a strdke, will not make farming pay
better. Xeep the oars moving all tin?
tinie, onfl we may but advance slowly,
yet there will be an advance.
Tbat faiunlng don't pay, as well as we
ukl vi8h, may make it prudent for h
not to borrow money for improvements;
not to liH-e men and pay them wages
tUat they rannot earn at farm-work.
l!nt, having. a farm, with good buildings
on our lauds, which we have no expecta
tion, of -.quitting, don't let us stop apply
ing totthe working of it, the muscle of
ourselves and fumily,and our best ellbvts.
We know one who is loud in declaring
that farming -don't pay he is at the
post-oillce each afternoon, talking poll
tics, and bis eldest ton shows, us the
fruit of his own labor for a year a 11 ve-yeur-ohliGoItvell
broken, that shows a
.good tttopin the buggy.
'We might ask this man, does this
rtiianner of life, of himself and son. pay ?
It is the farm, lifter all, that gives them
he.opportuity so to waste time. It is
tthefarm, after all, that permits the
iinan to pass hulf his-year at the village
-tore, and 'hl.s mm to train the colt.
iSuppos-c this wasted time was given to
'ihe "don't pay" erops, and the earnings
were put Into the savings bank. Would
not the don't ,pay crops pay better than
the don't pay idle hours V Our com
plaint Is that the 'don't pay cry is made
sin an excuse fur doing not half as well
.iw-we can. Zklco.
Trike some thin slices of cold roast
veal, uiul trim thcni in a circular form.
,' itleut them with a roiling-pin, to make
them -.very tender, and season them with
a little ult and pepper, and some pow
dered nutmeg. Also some grated fresh
. yellow l'lnd of lemon peel. Make ft very
"! light, batter, of eggs, milk, and flour; in
-i 11ms prtyiei'tlon of four weJl-beaten eggs
to a pint of milk, and ft large half pint
f sifted flour; the eggs beaten first, and
hen stirred gradually into the milk in
turn w-ibh thejlour. Have ready a frying
j mil nearly full of boiling lard. Drop
into lit t wo large spoonfuls of the batter.
Then iput In .-a slice of the veal, and
rover It with two more large spoonfuls
-f the batter. As the fritters are fried,
take ihenuijp .with a perforated skimmer,
tud -d.i:ain the.ni..
Take half a-lwishel of nice imtslak--i
litu-e, slack it with boiling water, and
cover It during the process to keep in
the Ktoaui. Strain the liquid through a
tine e e, and add to it a peck of fine
salt, pi-eti iously dissol ved in warm water;
throe ixxriiids of ground rice boiled to a,
past utid stirred in hot; half a pound
' of (un$h whiting, and u pound of
clean glue tlwrmighly dissolved. -Add
tive gallon is f but water to the whole
mixture, stir it well, and let It stand a
lew tiny oovered from' the dirt It
should I put u hot, and for this pur-
jKise it can be touted in ft sum 11 kettle on
h portable furoe. This whitewash
will keep bright fur year.
One and ludjoups of sugar, otw ditto
sweet inllk.twotublespflon melted butter,
two tcuspoono cream tartar, one ditto
soda, one pint of (lour, whites of three
cgg, bake as Jelly cake. Frosting tor
Inside Whites of one and a half eggg,
beat to a frotli and add one-half cup of
sugar, one-hulf cup of grated chocolate,
tlavor witli vunllU. Frosting for out
side one-half cup of chocolate, one
ditto brown sucar. One-hulf wine glass
water, IjoII until It will harden in wuter.
ttr Asparagus bed will, with regular
mid proper culling, continue from tweu
y to thirty years.
FUN t nniiv cations lnv letter, 1 pk. cesnlo
lUll niKli. pack popping iiiiestloiis curd t nil
for W!ets., & Ktn in p. Inn Curd t!o, Mlililleboro,
llAM. , IftU'V.
Best bargain In Amerlea.r DM(J ,1, K. Man.
Map ami Catalogue tree- ""cU. Dover,
PIIMl package conilo Envelopes, pk, conilo
run Cards, puck scroll cards, 24 p. hook nf
Fun; nil for lu cents m nnd slump, Niivrltv Co.,
Middleboro, Mann. lHillw,
W A U T FlVAn "Id established N. V.. ami
iinnibu Havana, tlrm want a fleneiiil
Agent In llloomttold or vicinity, to control the
snli-n of their Cigars A permanent paving ponl.
tlonifor an acceptable man. Must be 'enercetlo
anil reliable. Address, KAMON, I.OI'K. U(.,
147H'iuIh Hlreet, New York. IHiUw.
pi M 1 lik acquaintance cardn, 1 pack lutkf.
run tilrtntlini, l park norno). all norm, for only
lllcents & stamp, i-iin Lard Co., Mliltlleboro,
TlipTItTnp rlrktT In tbfl Inrr
'II. '1 IK-ltWIMtM
loilt. REND AMU
IB HliMiui suti- l'Kr, 13
jfiiviMupwi, Ponrll, rti-hwllr, o-lil.
it Tnii. Ri't nf F.ll.ffMt (liil-l Hums
Slpi, Billt.'in. OPtlU' !. umf unniimunn, nii--hrtNIme
HIiiKlnlalil wllh (fold, Amlirt KtimoHrrf
rill, ""I'l l'llw WeilcllliR Kl"e. St Bambini Kr UmpF,
' JjuUmT Ftowred nU Sllyril llntrin, ljull' "nfy Met
fin rnul llnmn. Holil pliiti.CullNr n-itton, oiitu- Unlil rlftt
ml Wnl.-li Oh.ln an.l But of AgBK Krfyk
i-hmiiiiiid.pintMi 8tii.il. ri"ip tn kuV
tftrtrt ft itn! tt fitdAr GO H ii BEP'
rcnti. I: .YTK.40K IilK1 K t O lHnm IT
- J. BRIDE. Clinton Plooe, New York.
WITH A COM) IS ALWAYS DANIIKHOl'H.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
a nui-e rpmeily for noi'OHN. and nil dtnennpn of
ttte TIIKOAl', LUNOH, CHKSX and MtJUOUB
MGAHIIt AN K.
I'nt Up Only In Itlne Doxcs.
HOLD BY Al,l DHUOOIHTH. lRd4w
C. N. Chittenton, 7 Hixth AvfcNL'E, New York.
A chance for all to make or save
liinncy.and Ret the IIHSTtillODS lu till' market
TEAS, COFFEES, AC,
Hold at. lower prleen Mian tile name imlltlps can
be boimlit at any otlmr lionscln this country.
All ndn guaranteed to bo natlsfactorv and as
rcpie!itPd. or the money will lie refunilpil on re
turn the goods, wlucli may be dune at our ex
The reputation of our home forsell!n(tslandard
Hoods at Jaw prices, (fur m vearn). has nlvcn us a
standing In New York City and vicinity. Hint Is
not .enjoyed by any oilier linue In the trade-.
After mature deliberation we have delerinliipd to
oiler our Roods to houspkcppers, at the I.OWKST
WHOI.KSAI.K TJIAHK 1"HICK8. when a CIA H Is
formed larite enough to make a nnmll i-nse. The
!oodsof Much member of the club will be put In
sepnrnte piwkaups, and marked with name nnd
cost, sons to avoid confusion In distribution.
Hoods will be split by Express to Collect on io
llveiy. All wishing to save money by purclinslnn
family supplies at New Yolk Wholcsiille l'rlces
can talk I lie matter over anionic friends mid
neighbors, and send tons for Club Ciiculiii-.l'i-ice-list,
&u. We give a present of either goods, or
money to the person who gets up Hie club, to
compensate for troiiblu, etc. Kaiiiples of iliAi;
COKKKH sent bv mall.
Hend for J'rlce'.llst. and Club Circular. lOdtw
Stiner's New York & China Tet Co.,
f. If. MOKES Si CO., rroprletnrs. 18dt
77,70,81,84 nnd i V8t:r Hlreet, Aew York.
Rflfll R,B H'1'- 'y l-riOcapltal renulred to
uuuixto start canvassing for M AUK TWAIN'S
JKW MCKAC-HOOK. Applv. with stamp.
John K. Hnllowei,i:wFnstp A KM ACCCOO
Jilght Kt., New Yol k. 2U4t
The Black Ilills.
Ity II. N. MAiii'inr.. who has spent 12 ears In
llils region. I.alest accounts of (fold anil Silver
prospects. Auricultuial and (trazltiR lesonrces.
Climate, Hunting, Fishing, Indians, and Settlers'
Adventures with them, Alining and Wild West
ern Life, the Waterfalls. Boiling Ocysers. noble
Sceneiy, Immense Gorges, etc. With VI line II
lustrations, and one map. l'rlc.e (tnlv Ten Cents.
Hold by nil Newsdealers, or sent post paid for l'-V.
hy DONNELLY, J.OYD & CO, Publishers, t'lii
cago, III. atkllw
I H' HANXINt Is permntipiitlv located at
I ' the ST. CHAItl.KS llOTKI., rittslmi th. I'n.
lilveaws and Deformities of the Spine, I'lterlue
Dlnplneeineiit, Dyspepsia, Hernia and Files site
cessliilly treated hv the IIANM.VH SYSTEM of
Mechanical Supports. Call or send for descrip
tive iMimphlet, " The House You Live lu." Mali-,
ed l ice. 17 i,
EVERY SOLDIER ii
nent disense lu service, can get a pension bv writ
Inn to John Kirkpatrick, Cambridge, Ohio." 17 lai
Mfl AVe will stm t you In a business you
1 ' u can make 300 a week without capital :
MnNFV,,,lsy i"'1 respectable fur either sex.
Kiunu I ji. a. Youxo.aH Bowery.N.Y.Kyu
ft New plecessheet ninslcretallnfor tl 7 . ent Tor
u 10 ctu& stamp. Cheap Music Co., Middlcboro,
ORELECANT CARDS nil styles with
name, lu cents, post paid. J. It. limited,
Nassau, liens Co., N. Y. Id4w.
LI A 1 conilo nil chnvuie, 7x11, mounted, worth 2te. t
MM pk lnvocttr.ln, 1 itrk i-i.nnc i nvi leci s, 1 i.k ceuiii:
currlM, lpk scroll, 1 '.'1p tionk run, uUbinl ler
only Me, st'ps, Novelty Co., .MxtdMi.iro, MufH. IMw
NEW KINDS OF SEED POTATOES.
I am prepared to ship to planters the following
new varieties of excellent seed potatoes, viz:
Producer-(Largo, oblong, white) eyes on top.
Snow Flake (beautiful, eves mi top).
Karly Vermont (large, round, yellow) very
White Ruck (large, round Imported).
Skerry lilue (Early large rouud Imported).
Jackson White (large white).
Any of the above good potatoes will be boxed
and delivered nt freight or express olliee at the
rale of Ji per bushel, money to accompany the
older I). K. KKKIH-.U.
N. W. Comer 13th & Oxford streets, Philuda.
April 10 1877.
C ftfW! Is not easily earned in these times, but
Ol I It can be made in three months by
t.'ie ennntrv who is wllllim to work stemfllv .it tlin
kt "in- mi riiiii-i sex. ill any iiai l. 4l
employ nent thai we furnish. Ithaweck In vour
own town. You need not be far away from home
overnigli. You can give your whole tlnm to I he
woiK, or only your spare moments. It costs
nothing to try the business. Terms and .'it Outltt
free. Address ut ouee, II. Hallett & Co.. Hoit.
land, Maine. , 14 ly,
FACTS FOR THE PEOPLE.
Facts for the Farmer Factsforthe Merchant
Facts for tho Horseiiiau Facts for tli Sloi-k-raiser
Facts for the Poultry-keeper Facts for
the llec-keeuer Facts for the Lawyer Pacts for
the Laborer Facts for the Fruit-raiser Facts for
the Ciardeuer Facta for the Doctor Facts for
the Dairynutn Fact9 for the Household Facts
for every family who wants te save money.
FACTS FOR AGENTS.
That this Is the most Important advertisement
for you yet published, being the best chance to
make money ever ottered. The press endorses It.
your own paperendorseslt.everyone endorses lu
THE BOOK OF THE 19th CENTURY.
Male and female agents coining money unit.
Bend to us at once and get circulars free. IN
CHAM, SMITH ti BLACK, 731 Walnut Street.
Philadelphia, Pa. .-.iat.
yyiLLiIAM M. HUTCH,
Justice of the I'enoe,
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR.
N w Bloomfleld, Perry County, Penn'a
Special attention paid t Collections of all
kinds. Deeds, Uomls,Mortca;ri' and Agreements
neatly cxecutea. 1 lotl
JANNEY & ANDREWS .
No. 133 MARKET BT.,
WAINWIHOHT & CO.
North East Corner of 2nd and Arch Street,
QHARLES S, JONES,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
210 NORTH WHAItVES,
AVID. J, HOAR & CO.,
BOAR MrCONKEY k CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
ia MARKET STREET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO.,
Wbolbsalb Dealeks in
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4. NOKTH FIFTH STKKET,
RAYBILL & CO.,
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpot Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, &c,
And n line assortment of
WOOBaod WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 MRiket street, above 4th,
OHN LUCAS & CO.
ON LY MANX FACTUHKRS
PURE SWISS GREEN.
White LeaTl and Color
M ANITA CTURERS,
Noi, 141 and 143 North Fourth 8t.,
.. . .Philadelphia..
JMITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
On High Strut, Eat or Cabxiblb 8t.v
Sew Bloomfleld, Penn'a.
THE rnibucrtber has built a large and commo
dious Shop onHiith St., East of Carlisle Street
New BlooniHeld. Fa., where he Is prepared to maa
Of every description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of every Style,
built toorder. and finished In the mostartlstieand
Having superior workmen, he Is prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
the best City Work, and much more durable, and
at much more reasonable rates.
b- REPAIRING of allklndsneatlyandpromp
lydone A call Is solicited.
PRINTING of every description neatly ex-,
edited at the Bloom field Timet Office, at
D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Booksellers and Stationers,
And Dealer! In
VTALti l'AI'Klt, ETC,
No. 430 Market Street,
SHAFFNER, ZIEQLER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
HoNler y, CaioveN,
" Illbbonw, Niiftpeiidem,
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 88,' North Fourth Street.
PHILADELPHIA , PENN'A.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and madeto Order.
Nos. S30 Market and 523 Minor Streets
VS. Publishers of Banders'New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's Historyot
the UultedUtates.Felton'sOutllne Maps,&c.
jgARCROJT & CO.,
Imporlen and Jobber
Of Staple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linens, White Goods, &o.,
Nos. 40S and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
JEW. T. MOUL,
Weimer, Wright & Watkln,
Manufacturer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
No. 302 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Impobtibs and Jobbirs of
' 823 Market Street,
TRIMBLE, BRITTON Co
No. 60S MARKET STREET,
PBILADSUBIA. 7 10
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 629 Market Street,
gT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "TII UNION,")
JOS. M. FEGEIt, Proprietor
817 & 819 ARCH BTHEET,
$3.60 Per Day.
'I HOTEL belnn centrally located, and liav
A I n k been entirely hrfittkd, It will be found'
as pleaeant a stopping place as can be desired
JINDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT. ,
REFLECTOR COMBINED t
Giving Double the Light of
any other Chimney,
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
Everybody who sees them are
US The Trade supplied at
a Liberal Discount.
EST STREET HOTEL,
Nos. 41, 43, 43 44 West 8t.,
TEMPERANCE HOUSE, ON THE EURO,
i PEAN PLAN.
ROOMS 5ft and 75 cents per day. Charges very
MODKB ATE. The best meats and vegetables In
the market. BEST BEDS In the City,
iniyii B. T. BABBITT, Proprietor.
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney at-Law,
New itloomlleld. Perry co., Pa.
Office Next door to the residence of Judge
AM. MARKEL. Attorneyat-Law,
New BioomtlelU, Perry county. Pa.
l-e? Office directly opposite the Post-Office,
and adjoining the Mansion House. '
ATTOHSKY AT U1Y,
NEW BLOOMFIKl.D, FERRY CO., PA.
Claims promptly secured and collected
Writings and all legal business carefully attend
ed to. 32 yl
JAMES II. FEROLSON, Attorney at-Law,
49-Office Market Street, near the Square. 35 6
CIIABLES U. 8MILE7, Attorney at Law.
New BloomOeld, Ferry Co. Pa.
. Office with C. A. Barnett, Esq., on High,
Street, north side. nearly opposite the Presb)te
riaa Church. August 20, 172.
JBAILY, Attorney at Law,
New Bloomfleld, Perry Co., Pa
Mr Office opposite the Mansion House and next
door to the Post-Ofllce.
Refers to B. Mclntlre, Esq. Jnne27,1871.
TT"M. A. 8PON8LER, Attorney at-Law,
T y Otlice adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New BlooniHeld, Ferry eo.. Pa. 3 2 ly
JOHN O. SHATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Bluomneld, Perry eo.. Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Hurgical Dentistry
done in the best manner, and at reasonable
kOfT!ee at his residence one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite Win. A. Sponslrr's
Law office. 3 2Iy
"IITM. N. BEIBERT, Attorney at-Law.
Yv New BloomOeld, Perry CO.. Ta.
"ITTM. M. SOTCH.
New Bloomfleld, Perry eo.. Pa.
-Offlce Two door West of If. Mortimer
Store 37 ly ...
LEWIS POTTER, kotat pcBuc, New Bloom
Oeld. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leasee carefully.
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn ao
certified, will also take depositions te be rerd in
any court in the United States. TlOly
YHAS. J. T.McINTIRK, Attorney -a-Law,
J New BloomOeld, Peiry co.. Pa.
Kf All professional buaineeapraaivtlyandf ait h
fully attended to. 3 1 lv.
"TTTM. A. MORRISON,
Y JUSTICE OF THE PEACE aad GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NbwGehmjiNtowii. Perry ce., Pa.
-ReinittanceswtUb made promptly tor all
Collections made. 7 14
"XHAS. A. BABNETTAttorney-at-Law,
j New BleomMeld. Perry eo.. Pa.
.Oftlce on hlarb street. North aide, nearly op
posite the Presbyterian Church. 3 ly
JICHARD L MAGEE,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, i
WOUffl at bis residence, in CENTK E TOWK-
I xs- i
BHir. ferry ounty, reun a., en aiiie tMatnoi
new oioomneia. iv?