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Jt , UAltlUSBUIli, PA.
AN ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY OF
Popular Literature and Science.
ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1877
The number for January beirine the nineteenth yol
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"The Marquis of Lossle,"
liy Oeonre McDonald author of " Malcoln," " Alice
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LB. MARYANERTH, D. W. DERB and
a JAMES H. GK1EB known as . . ,
" Tbe Ball Scale Company,"
have now on hand a large supply of Buoy's Patent
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est and best Connter Scale In the market.
For Hcalea, or Agencies In Pennsylvania,
Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad
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Newport, Terry co., Pa.
"nf New BloomOeld, Ferryco.,Pa.
VOW FLOUIDA. '
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boat to SAVANNAH, and thence by railroad or
steamboat, apply to W'M. L. JAMES, General
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416 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. 49c3m
A CARD. To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c. I
will send a recipe that will cure yon, FREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by
a missionary In South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inm an,
Station D, Bible Houte, New York City. 16b ly
A Sterling Rbxkdy Fob Diseases ad
I "JURIES OF TIIK 8k ; A HEALTHFUL
Bbactifier of the Complexion; A Re
liable Means of Preventing and Re
lieving Rheumatism and Gout, and an
Ukkqualed Dibisfectant, Deodorizer
Glenn'8 Sulphur Soap, besides eradi
cating local diseases of the 6k in, banishes
delects of tho complexion and imparts to it
gratifying clearness and amootluieaa.
Sulphur Ifatli are cclobrnled lor cu
ring eruptions and other discuses of the skin,
us wull as RUeumatb-m and Gout. Glenn'
Sulphur Soap produces the aaiue ttfV'CU
at a most trilling enpensa. This admirahlo
specific also spuedily heals tort; bruiia,
mvUdi, burnt, gpraiti and tutt. It removes
dandruff and prevents tiie hair from fulling
out aud turning gray.
Clothing and linen usnd in the sick room
is diaiiij'ected, and diaeabes conimuuiruhle by
ooutaot with the person, prevented ly it.
. .The Medical Fraternity sanction its use.
J'kicks, S3 ani SO Cents per Cake, Peu
Box, ( Caeeb,) 0c and $1.2J.
N. B. Buy Dm large eakea and thereby tronoajljc . Ba
HIir Hair a4 Whiter Dye," Black
r lirowm, Of .
CI. CEIHESTON, Pivfr. 7 feiitli Af. R.r.
it. s. cook & (X)., )
1 gree to sell all kinds of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for I.K88 VONEV than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take good Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
Lumber, So, We use Clearfield X'ina and Hem.
lock only. . , .
W. B. B. COOK A CO.,' i '
' ' Newport, Perry C., T.
Oetober 10, 1M7A.
USSER & ALLEN
;v a vr Tv vi viiv pu
A RARE AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OK
Consisting ot all shades suitable for the s,hson.
. ' AND
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
at Various prices. ' . ,
an endless hhlectivln ok i'kints!;
.: ' ' ' ' '
We sell and do keep a good quality of
SUGARS, COFFEES & SYRUPS,
And everything under the head ot
GROCERIES I -
Machine needles and oil for all makes of
To be convinced that our goods are
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST',
13 TO CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK.
, i . . i
W No trouble to show goods.
Don't forget the
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
IMPORTANT NOTICE. The subscriber
late of the firm of Rhoades Smith, would
respectfully inform the citizens of BLAIN
ana vicinity, that he has opened a WAGON
MAKER-SHOP, and Is prepared to make new
wagons and repair old ones at short notice, and
at From TEN to TWENTY per cent, cheaper than
the old Arm.
irlve moaciUI. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blain, August 8, 1867.
IS TAKEN INTERNALLY, AND POSITIVELY CURES
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA AND LUMBAGO.
SOLD BY UHUUlilSIS tVtntWHLHt. StNU rUH UIH-
DHUUUISIS, WAaHINlilUN, U. U.
q. For sale by wholesale Druggists in Pitts
burg and Philadelphia. 35 ly
)EAB0DY HOUSE, '
CORNER or LOCUST AND NINTH 8TS.,
Convenient to all places of amusement and car
lines in the eity. No obanges to and from the
Col. Watson, proprietor of the Henry Housb,
Cincinnati for the past twenty years, aud present
proprietor, has leased the house for & term of
years, and has newly furnished and fitted It
throughout. He will keep a strictly first-class
house, and has accommodation for 300 guests.
Terms $3 per day.
-No bar has ever been kept In the HENRY
HOUSE, nor will any be kept at the PEA
BODY. f 1022
T , an MMHfl m in.MHII.MB M X .,
rnoslHtTEol UlK. aura farCMitns.
I Uoa, Uujks, (raaraUii all Srrohilau J
(Ueasn. Iik TaarartrTUthreraas
II Jtc aaa Rat fat it, I will, on reipl j
- For Sale by F. Mostij.br, New BloomUeld,
Perry county. Pa. . . i ,
i in a strut lla aiil uui aaaaraa aaia,t.i
- 1-cimt, W U .T6.
BHR8T IS TUK WORLD
mn4 1'hc lHntm
TtiosMaUjtU ik UN. Head two S
srai tMavmpat ter a piwTuMlj 1M.
tnttetl 40 pt CavLavio. and
PrW Lift. mttlMwd, liow tm
t Co., Ufrw. aud Dralra la Tfl
r i iuiBf amiaiar lai, mam
WtOawt bUMi, ibUa0Uailk
fENTENNIAL HOTEL, . .
J t . (Formerly the Bweger House,) .
. NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., PA.
JOK. 8. SMITH,
Having good accommodations for regular or
transient boarders, a share ot public patronage
is solicited. " 1"
ri. on per day at home. Samples worth K
4)0 U) Uiroe, Stinsom Co.. Portland, Me.
. r I s. i , v i .V" "
Newport Advertisements. ,
joliiBROs, & co., :r t
(Formerly John Jones It Bon,)
Grain 8c Produce
Brick Warehouse, Front St., above Market,
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
WE would respeotfiilly Invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the public generally, as
the HIGHEST 1'ltICKS tit siarket will afford,
will lie paid for all kinds ul ,
We have constantly on hand,
HORSE SHOES, &C, tto.
FOR SALE AT THE LOWK8T RATES).
3. Orders promptly tilled, . ,
NwKrt. July 20, 1875 f
J B. HARTZELL,
- 1 1 1 1 1 . i i
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Hole Agent for Lnrilard's Supprlor Tobaccos.
B" Country Merchants siipplled'wlth Goods
at Philadelphia prices.
W Your orders are solicited. 9 44
EWPORT DRUG STORE.
UaviUK oa baud a complete uaortutfut of tbe fol
lowiuff ftrticlea, the iubticiiber ik Bbnrpof your
Druf8 and Medicinea,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
, ... i Alaa a full stock of
' HATH OIL,
' FANCY ARTICLES.
' Also always on Hand.
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
Carefully ami" Promptly Filleil
B . M . EDV,
New Millinery ; Goods
A.t Newport, Pa.
T BEO to inform the nubile that I hare lustre
X turned from Philadelphia, with a ful assort-
HATS AND BONNETS.
RIBBONS, FRENCH FLOWERS
And altartlcles usually found In a nrst-classMII
Inery Establishment. All orders promptly at.
tendedto. "We wlllsellall goods as Cheap as
can do guimaewuerc. ,
DRESS. MAKING done to order fcud tn the la.
test style, as I get the latest Fashions from N-w
York every month. GoRerlng done to order, in
an wiatns. l win warrant an my work, togive sat
IsfactioB. AH work done as low aspvsslble.
ANNIE ICKES, -Cherry
Street , near the Station ,
1413 ' Newport. Pa.
EW SHOE SHOP!
The undersigned respectfully Informs theciti
zens of Bloomtleld and vicinity, that they have
opened a shoe-shop in the room of F. B. Clouser,
rvueuuy occupica aa a mwiuca, py uaivm neu
son. Esa.. where thev will do work at canto Drio
es, (repairing made a specialty at prices tosul
me limes) irom m to a per ceni-aavea Dy patron
i.lnsour shoD. Our motto Is "aulck sales ani
short profits). Terms cash, or country produce.
nut positively no crpuit.
LEVI H. SWARTZ SCO..
New Blooinneld, Fa.
January IS, 1876 tf
I will mail (Free) the recipe for preparing a
simple Vegetable Bai.u that will remove Tan,
FRECKLES. PIMPLES aud Bixyrcuiu, leaving
me sain son, ciear auu uauiiiuii aiso insiruc
tlons for producing a luxuriant growth of hair
on a bald head or smooth face. Address BEN.
VANDKLF & CO., Box 6121, No. 6Wooter St.,
New York. 10a52(!moa.
The advertiser, having been permanently cured
of that dread diseaae. Consumption, by a simple
remedy, Is anxious to make known to his fellow
sutlerers tbe means of cure. To all who desire It,
he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free
of charge), with the directions tor preparing and
using the same, which they will And a Sura Cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, be.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address. Rev. E. A. WILSON,
2a0iuo . 191 Ponn 8U, Willlamsburgli .New York
TABIE8 AND CHILDREN will and
i aplenald assortment of ettOjpi at tbeons,
prices tors ofF, Mortimer
" Uhquert.ionaMv the belt tuttained work if the
kini in the World."
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-r wnnld resneetlvelv Inform mvfriendsthat III
JL tend calling upou them with a supply ot good
of my .
FLANNEL8. (Plain and bar'd)
OABl'ETS, &., ,
toexohangefor woo or sellfor oash.
J. M. BIXLEK.
Cbntrb Woolen Faciobt. ',17,1m
tar A bov came down Llnwood avenue
on the rush, a few nights since, and, In
an excited manner, said that there were
a lot of lights In the Jewish burial
ground. Half a dozen sclentlflo men,
four loafers and a dog started off to see
them. The grave yard was as dark as
such nluoes Usually are. "Where are the
lights V" asked a big man of the boy.
The youngster backed off to a safe ais-
tance. and veiled out. "Under ground
they are-Israelites!" He then ran for
his life. Melrose Journal. '
'Haveyou any rebutting; testimony
to oiler, Patrick ' asked the Justice of
a prisoner arraigned for goat-kllllng.
t scratched his head a new light
seemed to dawn on him. 'Kebuttlng, Is
It? Shure an' that's Just what's the
matter, yer Honor ; the bloody baste
butted me till not a atich of snte wus
left on me breeches, yer Honor, and
that's why I'm here to-day.' Pat was
IS8P A New York musician, whose
hand-writing was very poor, wrote an
advertisement that his system of in
struction "extended from tho primary
elements to thorough bass," and it came
out in tbe paper "from primevale lini
ment to thorough bore." He sought
to interview the printer with a revol
ver. HIT A quiet minister onoe said, "Now,
brethern, I propose to throw this hymn-
book at the man who used profane lan
guage yesterday. He made the neces
sary gesture, as though he would hurl
the book, and, curiously enough, every
man in the congregation ducked his
O-A Connecticut jeweler went to
New York, With two thousand dollars,
to buy stock. He bought one thousand
dollars worth of Jewelry. The other
thousand he devoted to advertising
that is, he went on a prolonged drunk,
was arrested, and got his name in the
t& This is a story of what happened
not long since in the Pine Tree State:
A new Baptist convert wished very
much to be baptised by one minister
and to join the church of another. She
went to the first, and asked him if it
could be done. "Yes," he replied, I
could do it, but "I don't kke in wash
ing." tjyisyour father at home?" in
quired the man of the little girl who
admitted him. "Is your name Bill?"
she asked. "Some beople call me so,'"
replied he. "Then he Is not at home,
for I heard him tell John if any bill
man came, to say he was not at
sjy "What Is the best remedy," asked
a preacher of a shrewd observer, "for
an inattentive audience ?" "Give them
something to attend to," was the signific
ant reply. Hungry sheep will look up
to the rack if there is hay in it.
3" "Well, doctor," inquired an anx
ious husband, "and what do you think
is the matter with my wife? "O,
nothing serious S probably a little
humor of the blood," "No, that can't
IKS, uwiu: ) rule n ktzu vuk ui
ten days past.
a" "Fred," said a young mitu the
other day, after listening to his wonder
ful story, "do you know why you are
like a harp struck by lightning?" "No,"
says Fred, "I give it up." Because a
harp struck by lightning is ft blasted
3"A negro witness in a trial the other
day was asked what he was doing in a
certain saloon at a certain time. He
exclaimed that he had gone there to
"change his breff." The explanation
Of On coming for the first time from
a wretched garret in an inland town to
the sea-shore, a poor woman, gazing at
the ocean, said : "I am glad for once in
my life to see something which there in
sSfA negro was pdc ou the stand as a
witness, and the judge inquired if he
understood the nature of an oath. "For
certing, boose," said the citizen ; "if 1
swear to a lie I must stick to him 1"
ST A retired schoolmaster excuses hi
passion for angling by saying that from
constant habit, he never feels quite him
self unless he is handling the rod.
H3T Why Is the figure nine like a pea
cock? Because it'e nothing without 1U
of "T"-Putting lt in