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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 14, 1880.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
THE IDLENESS OF GIRLS.
Another great mistake that many of
our girls are making, and that tbelr
mothers are either encouraging or allow
lug them to make, Is that of spending
their time out of school In idleness or in
frivolous amusements, doing no work to
speak of and learning nothing about
the practical duties and the serious cares
of life. It is not only in the wealthier
families that the girls are growing up
indolent and un practiced in household
work ; indeed, I think that more at ten
tlon la paid to the Industrial training of
girls in the wealthier families than in
the families of mechanics and of people
in moderate circumstances, where the
mothers are compelled to work hard all
"Within the last week." says one
my correspondents, " I have beard two
mothers, worthy women in most re
snects. sav. the first that her daughter
never did any sweeping. Why,' if she
wants to Bay to her companions,
never swept a room In my 1 life,' ' and
taken anv comfort In it. let her say it
and yet that mother is sorrowing over
the shortcomings of that very daughter.
The other said that She would not lei
her daughter do anything in the kitchen
Poor deluded woman I She did It all her
self Instead 1"
Th hahltof Indolence and of helpless
ness that Is thus formed are not the
irreatettt evils resulting from this bad
practice ; the selfishness that it fosters is
the worst thing about it. How nevoid
of conscience, how lacking of all true
sense of tenderness, or even of justice,
a girl must be who will consent to devote
all her time out of school to pleasuring,
while her mother is bearing all the
heavy burdens of the household I And
the foolish way in which mothers them
selves sometimes talk about this, even
in the presence of their children, is mis
chlevous in the extreme.
" O, Hattie is so absorbed with her
books, or crayons, or her embroidery,
that she takes no interest in household
matters, and I do not like to call upon
her." As if the daughter belonged to
a superior order of beings, and must not
soil her hands or ruffle her temper with
necessary housework 1 The mother is
the drudge; the daughter is the fine
lady for whom she tolls. No mother
who suffers such a slate of things as
this can preserve the respect of her
daughter, and the respect of her daughter
no mother can afford to lose.
The result of all this is to form In the
mlndB of many girls not only a distaste
for labor, but a contempt for It, and a
purpose to avoid it as long as they live
by some means or other.
Vanilla Cream With Fruit Sauce.
Make a nice cuBtard with a pint of
rich milk and the yolks of five eggs, a
scant cup of sugar and vanilla to taste.
When this cuBtard thickens, take it off
the fire, and add, while still hot, half a
box of gelatine previously dissolved in
cold water. Wet a mould, pour in the
caeam, and set it on ice. When set,
turn it out on a deep dish, arrange a
a bunch of fine candled cherries on top,
and pour around It sauce made of red
cherries stewed, sweetened, strained and
slightly thickened with corn-starch.
Take a quart of good mutton or veal
stock, cut an onion in quarters, slice
three potatoes very thin and put them
in the stock, with a small piece of mace:
boll gently for an hour, then strain.
The potatoes should by this time have
dissolved. Add a pint of rich milk half
milk, half cream with enough corn
starch In it to make the soup almost as
thick as cream. Add also a piece of nice
fresh butter, and just before serving a
little fiuely-chopped parsley.
Three pounds of boiled, fish; a large
lump of butter; a tablespoon ful of flour;
two cups of fresh milk. When boiled
it must cool a little. ' Add to this the
yolk of seven eggs, the . whites beaten,
and stir it round ; then add, salt, pepper
and nutmeg. Put it in a buttered dish,
and cook for one hour In a pretty warm
oven, and then - serve'. Sauce Flour
and butter and a little broth capers.
This will be found an excellent and
.... V .
Eifjhty-Flve Dollars Lost.
" You do not tell me that your hus
band is up and about again, aud entire
ly cured by so .simple a medicine as
Parker's Ginger Tonic 1"' " Yes, indeed,
I do," said Mrs. Benjamin to her enquir
ing neighbor," and that too when we
had foolishly paid eighty-five dollars in
doctor's bills aud prescriptions, and after
he had been given up by his physicians
to die. Now my husband feels as well
as ever, entirely cured by this excellent
Tonic." And many a sick man might
be well in a week If they would only
Xry it. 37 Ira
rm BtOOMf IEJ-B TIMES
team Joh Office,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A.
IF YOU "WANT PLAIN OR FANCY
Sale Bills or Posters of any Size,
Pamphlets or Paper Books,
Bill Heads, Letter Heads,
Circulars, Cards, &c,
Call and see Samples and Prices.
Is the best advertising medium in the County,
having fully 2000 subscribers.
A NEW DEPARTURE!
BEST PLOW IN THE WORLD I
THE 8YRACUSE CHILLED PLOW CO.
of 6yraouse, N. Y.
Are now putting on the market a Plow that
Is as much superior to any Plow heretofore
made as the Flows of the past few years have
been superior to those mode half a century
It combines all the excellencies of any Flow
It obviates all the objections made to any
In addition It embraces Beveral new features
of the greatest value, for which we have ob
tained exclusive Patents.
Ite Beam, Clevis, Jointer Standard and Wheel
Standard wUl be BTEEL, and Its mold board
will be a composition ot Steel and Iron chilled
under a process for which we have also
obtained an exclusive Patent. It will be
THE SYRACUSE .
CHILLED STEEL PLOW
Its weight will be eighteen pounds less than
our present styles.
A nrBtalass Steel Plow, made In the or
dinary way, full rigged, retails for twenty-two
dollars. Inforior Bteel Plows retail from six
teen to nineteen dollars.
The price of our new Plow will be but
Seventeen Dollar, and It will be the
cheapest Agricultural Implement ever sold.
Its mold board will outwear throe of the
very best kinds of the ordinary steel mold
It will scour In soils where all steel plows
and all other plows have hitherto proved a
With this Plow will be Introduced a corru
gated Plow Point and Jointer Point, on which
we have also obtained a Patent, and which Is
also a great Improvement, both as regards
Btrength and wear.
The Jointer can be shifted so as to take
more or less land, and also more or less pitch,
and It can always be kept on a line with the
The wheel will run under the beam or one
side of It as desired, and always kept In line.
The beam Is adjustable for Spring or Fall
Plowing, and also for two or three horses.
The handles con be adjusted to accommo
date a man or boy, on tho same Plow.
It Is a perfect Plow.
Wooden beams are going out of use because
they shrink, swell and warp, and never run
two seasons alike.
Iron beams are too heavy.
Malleable beams become demoralized and
bend, which Is much worse than to break.
A Bteel beam is tho necessity of the day. It
is three times as strong and very much lighter
than any other stylo.
When we say a Mold board Is chilled, the
farmers know It Is so.
We do not palm off on them a composition
of various metals and coll it chilled metaL
We want agents tor this new Plow In every
town In this State.
We can give but a very smnll discount to
them, but we will pay the Railroad Freight
We propose to place this Plow In the hands
ot Farmers as near the cost ot manufacture
It will be the test Agricultural Implement
It shall also be the cheapen.
Persons therefore who are not willing to act
as agents on the principle that " a nimble six
pence Is better than a slow shilling," need not
apply far an agency.
No Plows on commission. All sales absolute.
tar-This is the only Steel Chilled Plow to
Steel costs several times more than Iron.
But this Plow, full rigged, by giving Braall
discounts, can be sold for Seventeen Dollars.
Compare this price with thatof any Iron Plow
It Is cheaper than any other Plow now
made would be at five dollars and a half.
' Where there are no agents we wllL on re
ceipt ot Seventeen Dollars, send a Plow to any
Railroad station In the State and pay the
8VRACU8B CHILLED PLOW CO.
Qr Syraouse, N. Y
Jos. Oarber & Co.. Anderionbnrg. Bower
ft Dmmgold, Lanillsbuig, and llench & Drom
gold, Ickesbiirg, Agents.
Til STAT K NOTICE.-Notloe Is hereby given
'J that letters testamentary on the estate of
Philip Light, lute of Carroll twp., Perry Co.,
Fa.,deo'd.,liave been granted to the undersigned,
residing at Kliermansdale, Perry County, Pa.
All oersons Indebted ta said estate are rnnest.
ed to make Immediate payment and those having
claim will present tliem duly authenticated for
JACOB 1.IGHT. Executor.
March 3(1, '80 Cms. H. Bmilsv, Att'y.
SUBSCRIPTION TRICE :
Year in Advance, in the County.
Year in " oat of the "
FACT8 WORTH KNOWING.
many other of the best medicines known are o
skillfully combined in Parker' Ginger Tonic!
ns to make it the greatest Blood Purifier and
Thi Beit Health and Strength Keitorer;
So perfect Is the composition of Parker's Gim-
grr Tonic; that no disease can long exist where!
it it used. If you have Dyspepsia, Hocdaoha,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Bowel. Kidney or
Liver Disorder, or if you need a mild stimulant,!
or appetizer, the Tonic is just the medicine,
for you, as it is highly curative and invigorating'
but never intoxicating,
; If you are slowly wasting away with Con-!
sumption or any sickness, if you have a Painful
Cough or a bad Cold Parkbk's Gingkr Tonk
will surely help you. It gives new lifo and!
vigor to the feeble and acea, and is a certain
cure for Rheumatism and Cholera Infantum. 1
It Hal Sated Hundred! of Lives It JUy!
If you aire feeling miserable don't watt until
you are down sick, but use the Tonic to-day.!
No matter what your disease or symptoms may
be. It will give prompt relief.
Remember! Parker's Gingkr Tonic Is not!
a rum drink but the Best and Purest Family.
Medioine ever made, compounded by a new1
process, and entirely different from Bitters,!
ginger preparations and all other Tonics. Try!
a 50c. bottle. Your druggist can supply ynti.
' PARKER'S HAIR DALSAM
Th Best and Mont Economical llolr Drciln j
exquisitely perfumed and perfectly harmless.
Will Always Restore 0 ray or Failed Hair
to Its original youthful colnr and Appearance, and
is warranted to stop its fulling, assist its growth
and prevent baldness.
A few applications of the Balsam will soften th
hair, cleanse all dandruff and cure itching and hi
mours of the scalp. Sold by al I druggists at only 50c
29 d ly
EST ATK NOTICK.-Nollce Is hereby given
that letter" testamentary on the estate of
Sarah Kline, late of Blaln borough. Perry county,
Pa., deceased, have been granted to the under
signed residing In said plaoe.
All persons I ndebted to said estate are request
ed to niake Immediate payment and those having
elalms will present them duly authenticated fur
Wm. A. KLINE, Executor.
W. N. Selbert att'y. Blaln, Pa.
E STATIC NOTIC'K. Notice Is herebyglven
that letters testamentary on the last will
aud testament of Jacob Km tier, deceased, late of
Liverpool township, Perry county. Pa., have been
granted to the undersigned, residing In same
All persons Indebted to said estate are reo nested
to make Immediate payment and thosehavlng
olaims to presentthemdulyautheutlcatedlor set
tlement , . JACOB BAKNEK, Jr.,
V. A. Bpnnsler, att'y. Exeoutors.
Way 8, 1880,
TMPOBTAKT NOTICE. -The subscriber
JL. 1(1111 VI Ht? Ill 111 Ul IVHUMUUn M. 1JIIIIL1I, T.VI1I1H
respectfully inform the citizens of BLAIN
and vicinity, that he has opened a WAGON
MAKElt-SItOP, and Is prepared to make new
wagons and repair old ones at short notice, aud
at from TEN to TWENTY per cent, cheaper than
the old firm.
tardive me a call. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Blaln, August 8,1867.
A FULL ASSORTMENT
IRON & STEEL
WILL BE FOUND AT ,
OUR NEW STORE-ROOM.
Neio Vloom field.
J3AINTING. PAPEH HANGING, &0.
Persons wanting Painting, Graining, Paper
Hanging, Sc., done promptly and at the light
price should call on HhiNKV RICK. Jr.,
New Bloomtteld, Pa.
XsTOrders by mail will receive prompt atten
tion May 18. 1880.
To Lovers of Temperance Literature.
"THE It VOLE CALL."
A Wide Awake. Newsy, Temperance Monthly.
8 pages, 32 columns. With departments for Good
Templars, Koyal Templars, Sous of Temperance,
N. C. T. U., &o. One hollar per year.
C. M. EAMKS. Jacksonville. III..
23 Editor aud Publisher.
OnrBtoek of NEW GOODS
for Men's Wesrls complete.
MORTlMElt. New BleomUeld, Fa
ESTATE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given
that letters of Administration out lie estate
oaran upiegrait nave ueeu granted to the under
signed. All persons Indebted to said estate r renneateil
to make immediate payment and those having
U1UII1IS, W JJICnvill. UiriU III! PfltUieillf III IO
J. K. JUNKIN. Administrator,
New Bloomdeld, Perry Co., Pa.
Augut 17, 1880-a jrvo.,r.
EWPORT DRUG STORE.
Having on hand a complete assortment of thefol
lowinaj articles, th subscriber asks a share of yanf
i ". i .
Drugs and Medicines, 1
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Alio a fall stool of
Also always on Hand
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
Carefully and Promptly Filled
B. M. EBY,
R. S. COOK & CO.,
Agree to sell all kinds ot
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take good Tlmberon the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
Lumber, (to, We use Clearfield Pine and Uem
ockonly. W. R. S. COOK & CO.,
Newport, Terr Co., Pa.
Ootober 10, 1876.
JONES' BROS, & CO.,
(Formerly John Jones & Son,)
Grain & Produce
Br lok Warehouse, Front St., above Market,
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
WE would respectfully Invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the public generally, as
the HIGHEST PRICES the market will afford,
will be paldlor all kinds of
We have constantly on hand,
HORSE SHOES, Sc., So.
FOR BALE AT THK LOWEST RATES.
ta. Orders promptly filled,
Newport, July 20, 1875 tf
J B. HARTZELL,
. Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Bole Agent for Lorllard'i Superior Tobaccos,
atTbIaaS,Vrn.p9rritr, W'th 600U
- Tour orders are solicited. 1 44
Fire Insurance Agent.
South East Corner Market Square,
FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES written In first
class companies on all kinds of insurable proper
ty, at fair rates, and losses honorably adjuated
aud promptly paid. Correspondence solicited.
Companies Represented t
Ctna. of Hartford,
Commercial Union, '
Fire Association, Pull's.,
B. HIMES, Agent.
March 11, 1880 ly
J. M. GlBVIH.
J. H. GlRVIB
J. M. GIRVIN & SON.,
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEED L PRODUCE
No. 64 South Gay, St,
We will DRV strict attention tn the aula of all
kinds of Country Produce aud remit the amounts
J. M. GIRVIN A BON.
BiWes ! Testaments!
And all Kinds of Books
Book & Drug Store.
Stationery at Wholesale or Ketail
C1 Subscriptions taken for all News
papers and Magazines.
E. C. BEACH,
November 18, 1879 8m
J AS. P. LATCH FORD,
Would respectfully Inform the public tlmt he
will cry sales at reasonable prices. All orders
will receive prompt attention.
lONNALL'B MILLS, PERRY CO., PA.
Offers his services to the citizens of Perry and
Cumberland counties. Post ollice address,
Bherniansdale, Perry co.. Pa.
Avar tok Rw.it. .
Blaln, Perry county Pa.
sWTerms Moderate and every exertion mad
to render satisfaction. 6tl
Auctioneer. The undersigned give
notloethat he will ory sales at any point In Perr
or Dauphin counties. Orders are solicited atd
E. I), WELLS,
, , Perry co.. Pa
Q B. HARNISH,
..,e'.T,1I? PerrT CV pf Charges moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. 6U
ICKESBURO, PERRT COUNTY. PA:
r Charges moderate. . Prompt attention paid
v nil OftllSt
AUCTION Jicn. The undersigned gives
"SflW'tf "ewl'leryalesat a reasonable
rale. Satisfaction guaranteed.
3 Address ' '
THOfl. 6UTCH. Jr.,
Nov. 18, t78r j(ew Bloomneld, Pa.
p1 P. HOOVER, ' ; ;
J AUCTION ICISIt .
om!lHntlS.n.Klve,D ,0 meni and Mtfsfitctlon guar
anteed. Prices low. Call on or address
F. P. HOOVER,
Angustl 2, 1879. ' MlotUburg. P..
1 -" "iioim me citizens of Perry
,mK 5ie V11 crJ "" l "' ""lice- aiia
atreaspnable la es. Satisfaction guaiantetd.
-Address Hsnbi Keu, Ickesburg, Pa.
LOOK OUT I
Iwonldrespectlvelyinform myfrleudsthat In
tendoalllng upon them with a supply of good,
to exchange for wool orsell for cash,
OentbbWooles FACTOR! . ,17.tn
ey last. Toucan make irem.
,, , mi cents lo 2 an hour by de-
voting your evenings and spare time to lheW.1
Pnlk:ti.c?,t' no,"ln tr business. Notli
ing line It for making money ever oflered before.
Business pleasant audMrictfv honorable. Ilaader,
L?Pmu wa,nt, ,0 A D0W " auout U be' Paying
business before the public, send ns jour address
and we will send you full particulars and private
terms free; samples worth IS alsofrre; you can
yjR.m?it2J.7 ym,T min1 '"r yourself. Addies
GEOltUK 8T1NSON & CO., Pol Hand, Me. 401)
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
ftfrlt Is sure to cure Bpavins, Splints
f Curb, &e. It removes all unnatural
I ' 2 enlargements. Does not blister. Has
V li no equal for any ltimeness on beast or
A5 mau- lt llas cured hip-loint lame
V ness In a person who bad suffered 13
sears. Alsocured rbeumatlsin.corns,
frost bites. or any bruises, cut or lameness. It
has no equal for blemish on horses, isend for Il
lustrated circular giving positive proof. Price
oue dollar. All Druggists I ave it or can get for
you. Dr. B. J. Kendall Hi Co., Fros.,Euosburgb. '
HARRIS & EWINO. A rents.
HIRFQ IMPROVED ROOTBEEK PACKAOE,
nintO TWENTY FIVE CENTS, makes ftve
gallonsof a delicious and sparkling beverage,
wholesome and teinierate. Isold by Dnifi'isis nr
sent by mall on receipt of 2 Cents. Address
4'HA.S. K. HIKES, Manufacturer, 215Markel8t.
Philadelphia, J a. 6 ,
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III III I lhanflieamount stated
IIS I 1 1 I I I I No one can fail to mas