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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIKLD, PA., FED11UARY 15, 1881.
(jc Ioomfitlb (pints.
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
Use of Charcoal.
Who knows the uie of charcoal? I
have no doubt that many of you know
it la very handy to use In kindling a
coal fire, but do you know its other
uses? Are you aware that a little of It
pulverized and mixed Into a poultice of
any tort will efleotually prevent the
growth of proud flesh in a wound, allay
the irritation and itching that often ac
companies the healing, reduce the In
flammation and greatly assist in the
beating 1 .
Do you know that if pulverized and
mixed with the white of an egg, or even
mixed in water and drank, a little of it
will quickly relieve sour stomach or dys
pepsia, and usually check a light attack
of diarrhoea 1
It will do all this for man or beast.
Do you know that a lump of charcoal
put In the pot when you are boiling cab
bage, onions or . strongly flavored meat
will prevent the scent Itself from pene
trating the whole house t A lady of
my acquaintance was lamenting that
she could not indulge in her favorite
vegetable as often as she would like be
cause she did not like to have her whole
house flavored with it for a week after
ward. I told her of this, and now se
feasts as often as she likes without in
commoding the other inmates of the
Do you know that you may keep a
fowl or a piece of fresh meat sweet al
most as long as you please by putting a
lump of charcoal inside it (wrap it up in
cloth if you wish), and then wrapping
it in cloth and putting it upon a pan of
Salt for Poultry.
liens often have a habit of biting and
pulling their feathers and greedily eat
ing them until their bodies are bare.
This practice, it is believed, 1b occasion
ed by a want of salt, as when salted food
is given them they make no attempt to
continue the habit. Bolt pork chopped
line and fedjtwice a week has been adopt
ed with success, while others put a tea
spoonful of salt with two quarts of meal'
shorts moistened, well mixed, and fed
twice a week. Fowls, like human be
ings, to be healthy must have a certain
allowance of salt.
Bo long as the American people prize
sugar sweet cakes, and the N. Y. hotels
consume 1,800,000 chickens and poul
try and 5,500,000 of eggs every week the
poultry business In this country will re
main a good one. Give your fowls warm
clean houses and dry, grassy runs, if
you would have them clear of roup and
canker. And feed them regularly with
good nourishing food if you would have
them free from disease, lay more eggs,
and be more profitable every way. i
C1T " Water Founder" is not essenti
ally different from grain founder in hor
ses. In the initial stages poultice the
feet and give full doses of sedatives one
or two drams of lobelia daily for two or
three days, and renew the poultices
three times a day until inflammation
has subsided. Remove the shoes with
care, give the horse a good bed, and en
courage him to lie down as much as pos
sible. Laxative medicines may also be
given with benefit. Aloes are best for
the horse. As soon as the fever has
been subdued, walk the animal about on
soft ground, but do not attempt it while
the feet are so tender as to give him
pain. When the feet have again be
come somewhat free from soreness, put
on the bar shoes slightly fastened, if in
winter, but in summer leave the feet
bare and turn out ia pasture free of
etone, and if somewhat moist and wet,
so much the tetter. In some cases it
will be necessary to open small holes in
the hoof or bottom of the foot to let out
pus that may form within. Treatment,
however, must be varied according to
the severity of the case.
0"Saltcod fish to be used to advantage
must be soaked the afternoon previous
to using, the water changed before bed
time, and again early in morning.
Once more change the water after break
fust, put it on the back of the range or
stove and never allow it to boll, scarcely
Blmnier until you find it soft enough
' to pick apart very fine with a fork. It
must. not be chopped, but carefully
picked ; it takes more time, but is the
only right way. For codfish cakes have
the potatoes nicely mashed with milk
and a little butter, proportion of one
cup of ffih to three of potatoes, a little
pepper, red or black. Dip In egg or not,
as you prefer, before frying brown. To
be made into cakes not too thick.
GHorsesand cattle normally require,
in round ' numbers, four pounds of
water for each pound of dry substance
In their food, while sheep require but
about two pounds, half as much.
Stea,m Job Office,
NEW BLOOM FIELb, PENN'A.
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IF YOU WANT PLAIN Oil 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 over 2000 subscribers.
SUBSCRIPTION PKICE :
Year in Advance, in the County.
Year in out of the "
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CUKE !
THE MOST RUCCF.HHFUL REMEDY EVEH
discovered, as It la certain In Its ellects and does
not blls'er. Head Proof Below.
From Iter. N. F. Grauger, .
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District.
St. Albans, Vt Jan. 20th, 1880.
DR. J. H. KENDALL ft CO., Gents: In reply
to your letter I will say that my experience with
Kendall's Hpavln Cure has been Tory satisfactory
Indeed. Three or four) ears ago I procured a hot
tie of your agent, and with It, cured a horse of
lameness caused by Hpavln. Last season my
horse became very lame and I turned him out (or
a few weeks when he became better, but when I
put him on the road he grew worse, when I dis
covered thata ring-bone was forming. I procured
a bottle of Kendall's Huavln Cure, and with less
than a bottle cured him so that he Is not lame,
neither can the bunch be found.
P. N. (4 RANGER.
Perseverance Will Tell t
Rtoughton, Mass., March 10th, 1880.
D.J. Kendall & Co., Uents: In Justice to yon
and myself, I think 1 ought to let you know that I
have removed TWO BONE SPAVINS with Ken
dall's Spavin Cure," one very large onet don't
know how long the Spavin had been there. I
have owned the horse eight months. It took me
(our months to take the large one olf, and two
months for the small one. 1 nave used 10 bottles.
The horse is entirely well, not at all stiff, and no
bunch to be seen or felt. This Is a wonderful
medicine. It Is a new thing here, but If It does
for all what It has done for me Its sale will be very
great. Respectfully yours,
Is sure In effects, mild In its action as It does
not blister, and yet Is penetrating and powerful to
reach any deep seated pain or to remove any
bony growth or any other enlargement, If used
for several days, such as spavins, splints, curbs,
callous.spralns, swellings, any lameness aud all
enlargements of the Joints or limbs, or rheuma
tism in man and for any purpose for which a lin
iment for man or beast. It Is now known to be
the best liniment for man ever used, acting mild
and yet Certain In lis effects. It Is used full
strength with perfect safety at all seasons of the
Send address for Illustrated Circular, which we
think gives positive proof of Its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified sno
ress, to our knowledge, for beast as well as man.
Prioe SI. per bottle, or Six bottlesfor 15. All Drug
gists have It or can get It tor you, or It will be sent
to any address on receipt of price bv the propri
etors. DR. B.J. KENDALL ft CO.,
Enosburg falls, Vermont.
" Kendall's Spavin Cure" Is now sold by all the
leading wholesale druggists and a large number
of prominent retail druggists.
trF. Moktimek, New liloomllold, agent for
Perry Co., Pa.
THE undersigned would respectfully call the
attention of the citizens of Perry county,
that he has a large and well selected stock of
HORSE and MULE SHOES,
POLES ft BOWS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Plaster,
SOLE, CALF, KIP and UPPER LEATHER,
FISH. 8 ALT, SUGARS, SYRUPH. TEAH.BPICE8,
TOBACCO, CIGARS, and SMITH COAL.
John Lucas ft Co's.,
(ready for use.)
The best Is the CHEAPEST.
And a large variety of goods not mentioned,
allot which were bought at the Lowest Cash
Prices, and he offers the same to his Patrons at
the Very Lowest Prices for Cash or approved
trade. His motto Low prices, and Fair dealings
to all. Go and see hint.
8. M. 8HULEK,
Liverpool, Perry Co. Pa.
PIlM Ihkt IteBliiK's Pile
Int, Bllud, Blood-I
Itik. Ulcor&tnd or I
Remedy fail to nn, It allsjrs Iho Itching, absorb, tha
tumom, glTea immediate relief. Prepared by J. P. Mtllor.ftf.I).,
I-hlltdtlphla, Pa. A UTIOSf. Am genuine unit,, wrap
per on bvHU contaim Aii signature and a Pile of Stones,
All drugg-tits and country kturcs hove it or will get it fur vou.
WIDE AWAKE FOR 1881.
Tf the Hoyn and flfrli of America could but apr the
pile of deHplithil lnitntiflrrlniH. and ttin beautiful
(lmwiiiKH for them, wnitltiK i" krouiii-d Into the
twelve nimilifru nf Wide Awake fir lHHl, we are Mure
tliut diirfiifr the neit three month the Hiiiwrrijitinii list
of Dip M HviiRtne would he more than doubled. Out of
many hrflhaut femnreH we announce the followlDK,
lriivinir delightful imrprlHfP In More.
lVrliapa hi nt in Kouerul interest will be
A NEW STORY by EO . .! At DONA LD,
the Publisher havtiiK recently completed arranu-e-mpiitaahrortawi.il
Mr. Oeome MunlJonald to write
and Bend them the oritfiiml mamirtcrint of a Herlid
Htory for older reader, which 1mm ,tn auhject and
character Americana will find of greater interest than
any of Ida former hooka. Thlaatory, the title of which
will he announced later, will he Riven complete, duriuff
IRHl.in Monthly Hmiplcmenta.thuR vIvIuk free to every
Riilmcrllier one of Mr. Slue Donald's lotiKeat aud finest
Those who rememlwr with delight that charming
home atory nf the "liugberry liiim h" will read with
Btill greater delight
aRtorynf the Ohio Hill country, hy Mary Hart well
Caiherwood. Thoan who have read thi Kerfal in Man
uaeript pronounce it one of the mont liiHcinatiiiv stories
they ever read. It ia aa tray and fumrkMu aa a wild
mountain brook- Mr. Oemw y. havutn will illUBtrate
tliiaatury with thirly-alx drawim".
Mr. A. M. Diaji baa written the Little Folks own
and It will bp very fresh and funny. At least one hun
dred ami twenty llliiatrutioiia will accompany it. Thoae
lunioufl twin hoya, the .Hmmy-.)obuat are prime actum
in Polly's wonderful advenmrea.
For the older youujr folks thero will be
THE KTORY OF HONOR BltlUIIT
by MnKnua Merrlweather, author of MA General Mla
uuderntHiidiiLK," aud"ltoyul Lowriu'a Laat Your at Bt.
Thin new atory la dedicated to the boys of a certain
aohool, real live boy a, who wrote to the author, dial
lentil) him to produce a atory equal to the two Juat
mentioned. In renponHp, "Honor Urhfht" haa been
written, fur auperinr to either, iu, both interest and
lullitf ucc. In the name of the hero, Honor itrltrht, lies
a Kreut riirnrinp. Mr. M alter Khlrlaw, itiNtnictor at
theArtHtuilenU' LeaKiie, New York, will illustrate
this atory fully.
Heveral atrikiiitf Two pnrt Htorles will appear durlmr
the year: Kin I'hlUp'a Head, by the Editor of the
"Jloatou Courier;" 'i'ol, The Dwarf, by Maryarut
Ey (intra, witli eiht drawing by Geortre Koater, etc.
A Nt'W Feature, including (Jath Frir';, for beat orig
inal atoriea, drawl nua, puzzIcn, invent lonn, etc. .will I
introduced during imi (lull particulars In January
A nd after long consideration of what would beat meet
K rowing demtinda, theEdilnra have decided to add a
pecial Department for Hoys (which girla are aleo in
vited to enjoy), which will be
NEWHPA PER NEWS,
or what theboya (and girls too) wiah to know and
ought lo know of what the great world la doing. Raying
and thinking. Thtadepirtnient will! under the able
charge of Kdward I'.verette Hale, whone name alone ia
guarantee of its certain remarkable iutercat and prac
The publisher also have pleasure in announcing A
New Cover, art in tie and genuinely American In deaign
and novel in color, which, with entire new type, will
add largely to the attractiveiieaa of this popular maga
zine. Hulcr1ition Price, $3.00 er year, post paid.
Subscribe uow for this moat
DELIGHTFUL CHIilSTMAS GIFT.
Specimen free. Address,
D. LOTH HOP At CO., Publisher,
Si Franklin Btreet, Huston, Mass.
ord of the Achievements of
STANLEY in AFRICA.
The developments by Stanley In the Dark
Continent, his remarkable discoveries and won
derful descent of 2MX) miles of the Congo River,
Hhnotlng Rapids and L'atuiacts. amidxt the most
dlfflotilt and thrilling situations. Daring Adven
tures with Wild Beasts and no less Wild Mavages,
has no parallel in the a ninth of explorations. It
Is more fascinating than Romance com ains over
7Ui pages, u ltd many striking Illustrations.
Kend for Circulars and terms aud secure Terri
tory at once, for tins, the molt interesting aud
popular book of the day. -
3 4t Philadelphia, Pa.
An Old d Tried Remedy. Mrmovf elite Wormt
and the Kcreliotu that keep Item alive. We guarantee
lu virtue. We have hundreds of Testimonials, col
lected in the last 16 years, proving conclusively then
it no remedy equal to Dr. Hatcblnson'a Worm
Destroyer to remove the Worms (all kinds, Mound,
Beat, Low, and Tape), that Infest the human system.
Phynciant buy than and give them to their Buffering
patients. There it no humbug or quackery about this
thoroughly reliable medicine. Price, e. per box.
A. W, WRIGHT & CO.. Wholesale Druggist,
Market and Front Streets, Philadelphia,
Will bvmtUwi B In all .j . . ..-.-a
ordcriiif It. II couulm five ixlortU nl.Ui. fiOO Mmvinir.
vroomiK it. ll ruUiu five fi-lorvfi pUUe
fttHml 1)0 rarai, rtinl fut rJeMTliHtniit,, prii- ft
iilanlUifr Itw vrUt(u. of Vul'W and Mow
Kiin mrtrruoni iur
D. H. i'EERY ft CO., DetroiiTtaoiv
I HON & 8TKHL lu a Kieut assoitment ol
Uhapei aud Sizes.
MKN8 SUIUTH.In various qualities, come
aud see sty lea aud prlctw.
Bavin en hand a eompldte aasortnsnt of Shtfol
lowln artloles, the snbacrllMr aaks a share of rear
Drugs and Medicines,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Also a full (took of
Alas always on Hand
TUIIE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
Carefully and Promptly Filled
B. M . EBY.
E. S. COOK& CO.,
Agree to sell all klndi of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take good Tlmberon the
stump ordelivered at our Mill In exchange for
Lumber, &o, We use Clearfield Pine and Hem
ockouly. W. B. 8. COOK & CO.,
Newport, Perry Co., Pa.
October 10, 1876.
JONES' BROS, & CO.,
(Formerly John Jones A Son,)
Grain & Produce
Brick Warehouse, Front St., above Market,
Newport, Perry County, ?a.
WE world respectfully Invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the publlo generally, as
the IIIUliKHT FK1CEH the market will afford,
will be paidforallklndsof
We have constantly on hand,
FOR SALE AT THK LOWEST RATES.
S- Orders promptly filled,
Newport, July 20, 1876 tl
J B. HARTZELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Wright- Building, '
Sole Agent for Lorllard's Superior Tobaccos,
at?hfla2el.Itrr.Cche.?t,, WUh 00,U
Your orders are aollcl ted. m
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 adjusted
aud promptly paid. Correspondence solicited.
Companies Represented t
jEtna.of Hartford, Assets, $8,700,000.
Commercial Union. " 1,4'HOftO
Fire Association, Phil's., " 3,778oooi
B. HIMES, Agent.
March 11. IPSOly ' 6
fl Tim I Tt Don't yoa want aomechMn
11 P ft ( S oods 'or Pants and Huits f
II LiXlll. If yon do, don't, fall to ex
amine the splendid assortment for sale by F
MORTIMER. You can sultyoursellln style and
E8TATB NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given
that letters testamentary on the estate of
Busan Rice, late of Madison township. Perry
couuty. Pa., deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned residing In the same township.
All persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
Jtll c ; 18, 1681 Ct JUecutilx.
BiWes ! Testaments!
And all Kinds of Books
Book & JJrug Store.
Stationery at Wholesale or Retail
& Subscriptions taken for all News
papers and Magazines.
E. C. BEACH,
November 18, 1879
J AS. P. LATCHFORS
Would respectfully Inform the public that he
will cry sales at reasonable prices. All orders
will receive prompt attention.
Jg-lJONHALLY'B MILLS, PERRY CO.. PA.
Offers his services to the citizens of Perry and
Cumberland counties. Post office address'
Sherniansdale, Perry eo., Pa.
Blaln, Perry county fa.
"Terms Moderate and every exertion mad
to render satisfaction. gtt
Auctioneer. The nndersigned given
notleethat he wlllcrysales at any point In Perry
or Dauphin counties. Orders are solicited and
JJ. D. WELLS,
Perry co.. Pa
Q B. HARNISH,
Delvllle, Perry Co., Pa. Charges moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. 5 tf
ICKESBURO, PERRY COUNTY, PA.
Charges moderate. Prompt attention paid
to ail calls.
AUCTrONKKK.-The undersigned gives
. . nCt,.le.lbR? ne w"' ctv "ales ' reasonable
rate. Satisfaction guaranteed.
er THOS. BUTCH. Jr..
Nov. 18. '8 Kew Bloomfleld, Pa.
P P. HOOVER '
Attention given to sales, and satisfaction guar
anteed. Prices low. Call on or address
F. P. HOOVER,
August! 2, 1879. Blllott.burg,P,.
A UCTION KFR
Wenld respectfully lntoim the clttVns of Perry
County that he will cry sales at short notice, and
at reasonable rates. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Address Mbubt Kbix, Ickesburg, Pa.
LOOK OUT I
Iwonldrespectlvelylnform myfrlendstnvt In
tendoalllag upon them with a s'.npiy ol cood
to exchange for wool orsellforeash.
CbhtrkWoolkh Factobt . 8.17,4
KENDALL'S SPATIN CURE.
, Is sure to cure Spavins, Splints
Curb, &e. It removes all unnatural
enlargements. Does not blister. Has
uo equai tor any lameness on beast or
man. It has cured hlp-loint lame
ness In a person who bad suffered 15
VearS. Aln(Mir.1 lh.m.tl,in trnm
frostbites. nr any bruises, cut or lameness. It
has no equal for blemish on horses, bend for Il
lustrated circular giving positive proof. Price
one dollar. All Prtnrgists 1 ave It or ran get for
you. Dr. B. J. Kendall Co., Pros.,Enosburgh,
HARRIS & EWINO. Agents.
JJLOOMFJKLi) AC A DEM V.
The next regular session of this Institution be
gins MOSDAY, September 6A, 1880.
Full preparation. Classical or otherwise. Is giv
en foi any College Male or Female oilher for
Freshman or Hophomore year.
A thorough course Is provided for teachers, and
the option Is giveo for selecting one or two of the
Music, Drawing and Painting.
Philosophical and chemical apparatus for the
study of the Natural Sciences. Literary Society
Students are at all times nnder the snpervtslon
of the principal, and their progsesa and couduct
noted on their weekly reports.
. Boarding, if paid in advance, 12. fo per
week, otherwise, li'a. Tuition from SO cents to
II. Ou per week in advance.
For further information address
J. Ji. FLICKINGKU. A. B.. Principal,
or Wm. Ghikr. Proprietor.
. , , ,...New Bloomfleld. Pen j Co.. Pa.
' August 1IMS80.