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HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
VMnrlle rnmtnuMrnHnnft from nil per.on who are
IntfTcRted lu mnttar pcnperly belonging to tnls du
partlnent. Oats with Clover and Timothy.
A writer In one of our acrlcultural ex
changes says : Last spring, In order to
get a truck patch In with grass we sowed
. oats with the clover and timothy seed.
The land hclog very good, the oats grew
luxuriantly, and Just before it began to
ripen we cut it, and cured it as hay. The
yield was over two tons of hay to the
acre, and the liay as winter feed stood
far superior to corn-fodder, the stock
liking It and keeping in most excellent
order while fed on it. Others persons
who have tried it have had the same ex
perience as ourselves:
A writer In the Country Gentleman
says, that for causing cows to give a large
flow of milk there is nothing that he
ever tried that Is equal to green oats in
tunnuer,or oat-hay in winter; that clov
er is next, and sowed corn the poorest. In
feeding oat hay during the past winter
to some farrow cows, a difference In
the color and solidity of the butter was
noticed as soon as the feed was changed
to hay. Also more feed can be grown to
the acre with oats, making it into hay,
than by sowing corn not in bulk, but
in quality, as the oat hay has more nu
triment than sowed corn-fodder, and
will go further and last longer. Only a
small bulk of oat hay is required at a
.feed. In order to grow a good crop of
oat hay, the land must be in good condi
tion ; not less than four bushels of seed
must be swon to the acre, as early in the
spring as convenient, and the ground
hould be rolled down smooth. Cut
-when fully grown or in early milk, and
let them wilt, then rake and cock the
same as clover, and the result will be a
feed far superior to corn-fodder.
Another .writer says that upon 0 acres
-"of ground he made enough hay to feed
twenty-one cows from early in Decem
ber till March ; it made excellent feed
and answered a two-fold purpose the
straw as hay, and the grain kept them in
good condition, besides producing more
butter. There was no waste whatever ;
it was all eaten up, the very youngest
calves being fond of it.
Salt for Cabbage.
A New Jersey gardener considers salt
necessary for the development of cab
bage, especially in places far from the
coast. lie finds them more crisp,' of
better flavor, and to keep better when
salt is used than without. lie uses it as
follows : " A few days after setting out
the plants, and when they are damp,
either after a rain or when the dew is on,
I take a small dish of fine salt and walk
t j i . - . i . i .
uiK hiuoiik iue rows sunuwie muu
pinch of salt on the centre of each plant
when the leaves begin to grow. I repeat
i the salting, and when the centre of the
leaves begin to form the head, I apply
l salt again, scattering it over the leaves ;
after this I look them over occasionally,
find if I find plants that do not head
well or appear diseased, I sprinkle the
salt over them freely ; this will save all
such plants. A quart of salt is suffi
cient for five hundred plantsln a season,
although more can be used with safety."
C3T A Connecticut poultry raiser
writes to an exchange : " Perhaps some
of your readers who raise fowls will be
interested in my experiment tried last
season on a chicken with the gapes. I
gave it about a quarter of a teaspoonful
of kerosene, and as it seemed better for
a day or two, I repeated the dose, giving
nearly one half a teaspoonful for the
second time. The chicken was about
the size of a robin at the time, but is
now full-grown, weighing several pounds.
I cured chickens affected with a disease
we thought cholera, by giving powdered
alum dissolved in water."
Big Texas Pastures.
Coleman, Mathias & Fulton, have in
Arkansas, San Fautricio, arid Neuces
Counties, pastures under fence inclosing
209,428 acres. Capt. Kenedy has, to the
south-west of Corpus Christ!, 135,000,
and Capt. King 175,000. In the same
county other parties have in aggregate,
200,000 acres, and a number of owners
throughout the State have pastures
ranging from 30,000 to 100,000 acres, in
which feed and thrive almost countless
numbers of cattle, horses, aheep and
The Scientific American gives this
. good advice: To never go iuto your
burn wlih an uncovered light, and never
set your lantern on the barn floor, but
hung it up.
C3" Newly ' planted trees should be
ruulched with hay, ttraw, or other litter,
to enable them to recover from the effects
3T Uutter will remove tar spots. Soap
and"water will afterward take out the
Bargains in Carpets.
35 CEN TS.
If vou want a pretty
CA it l'KT lor only H5
Cents per yard, come
and see wlnit you cau
Bet at Hint price or
Thirty-Five Cents Isthe
price of a pretty CAR.
PET at Mortimer's.
The same amount of
money will also buy a
good CALICO Dress If
yon don't make It too
LOTS OF OTHER BARGAINS.
HIGHEST AWARDS ! ffii.t!
J. REYNOLDS & SON.
THIRTEENTH AND FILBERT TS
MANUFACTURERS OF PATENTED
Wrought Iron Air-tight Heaters
WITH SH AKING AND clinker grinding
GRATES FOR BURNING ANTHRA
CITE OR BITUMINOUS COAL.
WROUGHT IRON HEATERS
FOR BITUMINOUS COAL,
WROUGHT IRON HEATERS
COOKING KANGKS,UnV.IK)VNGIlATES, Etc.
pescriptlve Clrculivs sent free to any atUtress.
EXAMINE BEFORE SELECTING. 191yAAS.
is Taken iritEniiY, Ario positively cures
MLD BYOnUliGlSVi SVEiWWHEF.E. SEND FOR Clft-
ELPHENS TINE &, BENTLEY.
T9-For sale In- wholesale Druggists In Tltts.
burg and Philadelphia. 35 ly
Ul'YV Till KTAXDAltl.
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Academy and ewry tfcivoJ." Hon. Cha. Mimiwr.
A Ihtvo, handsome volume of Ihm nur-f), nntnininy
coiiBHlt-raidy more ihun IttU.iKH) Word in it Vo
cnbulury, with the corrwt Primuuciut.ou,
Detiuitiou, and Ltymoioyy.
Fully Illustrated. Library Sheep, $10.00
In nowwHrdfd bp the Ftandimt Biihnrlty, nnrt 1 so
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Vnivrrnil uiul Critical Dii-'liouary. vo. Libvttry biuvi',
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Kcli.ml (KlMneniary) T'.letimvry. iSmo. Hn'f n mi.
rrimary nii'timntry. IUuNtrat.d. Iiitun. h-ti: r -'in, v.
rocket Dictionary. Diiimi rutcd iup. I'lotn, ijtii;t. ; roan
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Many Hjx'cial hhU to ftn.l.-ntH, in atl'litt-'u t"nvcry
fml I'l'ouonnrintf and d-'tiiiin vombiiiary, ni'tk' Tiiv
ntiovp nanifd books, iii tir; opinion of our mo.t 1
tuwniKlu'd rdm-Htoii. the mot-l foontlf te km wcii as l.y
lar lhi choniK'.it D.ettouan.-H ol otir ian;i-nay c.
For Rii'e bv look..l!iir.. ircnpra'ly, or will be ee:it,
carriage tree, on receipt oi the i-nt'i1 1-v
.1. K. l.ll'I'INCOTT & CO..
PntiHtlPV. toot;.ellerH Bli'l Si ltiorcrf.
22 15 nuit717 .tlnrkct SI., I'HlUDl.l.rlllA.
Mfl We will start vou In a business you
,,u can niakoS'nja week without i-aidtal;
MONCV'V "d resiwuttaltla for elilier sex.
IHUIL. I Mi A VOLNH.WI li.iweiy, N.Y. IT Sin
eir'r1 Is not easily earned In these times, Imf
fit It cau bo timile in three months by
anvone of eltliersex tn unv part of
the eountry who Is willing to work steadily at the
employment that we furnish. JiH a week in your
own town. You need not be far awav from hoifii
over nlpli. You can niv vonr w hole' time to the
work, or only your spare moments. It oots
nothing to trytho business. Terms and 'J Outtlt
free. Address at once, 11. Ham.ett & Co . Fort
land, Maine. 14 ly.
A Bnfe, Sura and Cheap Destroyer of the
POTATO jBUG, CABBAGE
CURRANT WURMS J.r.TS: v nu olD iwn w
Vnllkt PARIS OREKV ur H4liKlmlaw.fr,
and ii iTliiklcd. hnn dfl.th. ho rianrer to ptnta, or In ..Itir.
Cwli H r.na u mt. Siii1 nmlM for Wtc.U (M lb. bnz.) b.nd
ttl Circular Wflh hun1r.l, ft U.lliiiuai.1. litim.nt t iat trml.
ktillhLK CUClllCAt. WORkS, ?. O. Boi III..
M CorUudl El., titw York 1t.
.For Pale by FRANK MORTIMER, New
TJiTATK XOTICK Notice Is hereby nlven
U that letters of administration on I lie estate
of Nicti. ilas Kelsitiiicr, late of Hav lle twp., l'en y
county. 1'ii . dee'd.. have) been til anted lo the tin
dersltined reldintr In 'I n. carina and Kavilletwps.
All persons indebted tosaid estate are request
ei to make immediate payment and tlioae liavipp:
claims to present tnein duly authenticated Sdi
A. If. KFHK. Tuseavoratwp.
A VlUUKlSlNliKK Hiville twp.
Iday 1st, '1877. Administrators,
PRINTING of evevy description neatly ex
ecuted at the Bioornileld Times Ullice, at
No. 123 MARKET ST.,
WAINWRI0IIT & CO.
North East Corner ol 2nd and Arch Street,
QHARLES S. JONES,
WHOLESALE DEALER IN
Fish, Cheese and Provisions,
S16 NORTH WHARVES,
J. D. HOAU & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
13 MAUKKT STREET,
QUNNINGHAM, GLEIM & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers in
TOBACCO, CIGARS &c
NO. 4, NORTH FIFTH STREET,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Wholesale Dealers! D
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, &c,
. And a line assortment ol
WOODaod WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 Market street, above 4th,
0HN LUCAS & CO.
ONLY M A N V FA O T 1 1 K EKS
1MPEIIIAL FRENCH, ,
PURE SWISS GREEN,
White Lead and Color
Nos. 141 and H3 North Fourth St.,
grIITH'S CARRIAGE WORKS,
ON HIGH KTHEBT, EAST OF CARLISLE ST.,
cw niooiuScld, Penn'a.
THE snbscrlht-r lias built & large and commo
dious Shop on IIIrIi St., East of Carlisle Street
New HloniiirtfUI. I'a.. where he is prepared toman
()t every description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of erery Style,
built to order, and tlnlshed In the most arttstleand
a. 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.
- REPAIRING of allklndsneatlyandpromp
lydone A eall I solicited.
17UANNFI.R A splendldsortment of Flan
iicls. just opened by F.MORTIMER
jTj D. ELDER & CO,
BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURERS
Booksellers and Stationers,
And Dealers tn
WAl.li rAPEll, ETC,
No. 430 Market Street,
2EIGLER & SWEARINGEN
8H AFFNER, ZIEGLER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 38, North Fourth Street.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
gowER, pons & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and made to Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 623 Minor Streets
. Publishers of Sanders' Netv Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's Historyof
the United States, Felton's Outline Maps.&o.
gARCROFT & CO.,
Importm and Jobbers
O'l Btaple and Fancy
DRY - GOODS,
Linena, White Goods, &o.,
Nos. 405 and 407 MARKET STREET,
(Above Fourth, North Side,)
JEW. T. M0UL,
"Weimcr, "Wrisht & Walkin,
Manufacturer & Wholesale Dealers
Boots & Shoes
No. 302 Market Street,
AUB FRYMIRE & EDWARDS
Importers and Jobbers or
923 Market Street,
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co.,
No. 505 MARKET 8TREET, ,'
PHILADELPHIA. , T10
No. 625 Market Street,
gT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "TnK UNION,")
JOS. M. FEWER, Proprietor.
817 & 819 ARCH STREET,
Terms, . . $3.60 Per Day,
I'lJlS HOTEL twin Cf ntrally locatpd. and har.
Jl lug been entirely rkfitted, It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can be desired
JINDSAY'S SILVER LIGHT.
REFLECTOR COMBINED !
Giving Double the Light of
any other Chimney,
AT NO GREATER EXPENSE
FOR OIL I
Everybody who sees them are
ggj The Trade supplied at
a Liberal Discount.
"EST STREET HOTEL,
Nos. 41, 43, 43 & 44 West St.,
TEMPERANCE HOUSE, ON THE EURO
ROOMS 50 and 75 cents per day. Charges very
MODERATE. The best meats and vegetables in
the market.' BEST BEDS In the City.
;171yu B. T. BABBITT, Proprietor.
JE. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law.
New Bloomlield, Perry co., Pa.
Office Next door to the residence of Judge
AM. MARKEL. Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlield, Perry county, Pa.
tif Office directly opposite the Post-Office,
and adjoining the Mansion House.
ATTORNEY AT U1V,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA.
Claims promptly secured collected
Writinusand all leeal business carefully attend.
JAMES H. FERGUSON, Attorney-at-Law,
"Oillce Market St reet, near the Square. 35 6
IIARLES H. SMILEY. Attorney at Law.
New Bloomlield, Perry Co. Pa.
Office with C. A. Barnett, Esq., on High
Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte
rian Church. August 20, 187.2.
"TITM. A. SPON8LER, Attorney-at-Law,
Vy Office adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New Bloomlield, Perry co., I'a. 3 i 1 j
JOHN Q.8HATTO, Surgeon Dentist.
New Bloomlield, Perry CO., Pa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry
done In the best manner, and at reasonable
nOfflce at his residence one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite Win. A. Sponsor's
Law office. ' 3 21y
M. N. PEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Blooiutlold. Perry CO., fa.
WM. M. SUTCH,
New Bloomlield, Perryeo., Pa.
-Office Two doors West of F. Mortimer
Btore 3 71y
f EWI9 POTTER, NOTARY public. New Bloom.
J field. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgage and Leases carefully
Crepared and acknowledgements taken. All
inds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certilled, will also take depositions to be ra d In
any court in the United States. 7 10 ly
CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomtleld, Perry co.. Fa.
-All professional business promptly andfalth
fully attended to. -3 2 lv.
Wr. A. MOKTtlSOX,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NrwGekmantown, Perry co.. Pa.
M-Kemittanceswillbe made promptly tor all
Collections made. . 7 44
nAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law"
New Bloomtleld. Perry co.. Pa
.Offlce on high street. North side, nearly op
posite the Presbyterian Church. 3 2 ly
RICHARD L. MAGEE '
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
O-Offloe at his residence. In CENTRE TOWN,
SHIP. Perry County, Penn'a., one mile South ol
New Bloomiiald. lu?
yyiLLIAM M. SUTCH,
Justice or the Peare.
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR,
New Bloomtleld, Perry Couaty, Penn'a
-8peclal attention paid to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds. Bouds.Moitaaces and Aerwment