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THE TIMES, NEW UL00MF1ELD, PA., JUNE 25. 1877.
Tho Bloomfleld Times
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Plain and Fancy
&c, Sec, Sec, Sec
At the Shortest Notice
LB. MARYANERTH, D. W. DERR and
. JAMES H. GKIKU. known as
" The Ball Scale Company,"
have now on hand a large supply of Buoy's Patent
COUNTER 8CA1E, the Simplest, Cheap,
est and best Oonnter Sealeln the market.
8- For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania,
Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad
dress "The Ball Scale Company," Fottsville.
S. For Scales or Agencies In this County, ap
ply to the undersigned, where they can be seen
and examined any time.
J. LETBY & BRO.,
Newport, Terry co.. Pa.
9tf New Blooinfleld,Perryco.,ra.
A CARD. To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, Sc., I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by
a missionary In South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman,
Station D, Bible House, New York City. 16b ly
FATIGUE OR INJURY.
The most complete method of nronelllne the
sewlnr machihe. It saves four.flfths the labor and
entirely avoids the cause of physical injury s en
dorsed oy the medical fraternity. It can be at
tached to any ordinary sewing machine without
removing the machine from the house. No sew
ing machine should be used without this 1m
portant attachment. Send for our circulars,
wnien explains tne principles, Addvess,
ftn IK LA HI, MiU. 1 0.,
lyr. 64 Oortlandt Street, If. Y.
Late Immense Discoveries by STANLEY and oth
ers are just aaaea to tne only complete
Life and Labors of Livingstone.
This Veteran Exnlorer ranks amnns the most
heroic figures of the Century, and this Dook Is one
of the most attractive, fascinating, richly illus
trated ana lnsirucrive volumes ever issued.
Being the only entire and authentic life, the mil
lions are eager for it. and .wide-awake agents are
wanted quickly. For proof and terms address
HUBBARD BROS., Publishers, 733 Sansom Street,
'A Sterling Remedy Fon Diseases and
Injuries op tub Skin ; A Healthful
Beautipier op tihc Complexion; A Re
liable Means op Preventing and Re
lieving: RnEUMATisM and Gout, and an
TJnequaled Disinfectant, Deodorizer
Glenn's Sulphur Soap, besides eradi
cating local diseases of the skin, banishes
detects of the complexion and imparts to it
gratifying clearness and smoothness.
Sulphur Hatha are celcbraled for cu
ring eruptions and other diseases of the skin,
os woll as Rheumatism and Gout. Glenn,'
Sulphur Soap produces the en mo effects
it a most trifling expense. This admirable
specific also speedily heuh xrrm, bruinei,
calds, hums, tpraint nnd cut. It removes
dandruff and prevents the hair from fulling
out and turning gray.
Clothing and linen used in tho sick room
is disinfected, and discuses communicable by
contact with the person, prevented by it.
The Medical Fraternity sanction its use.
Prices, 25 and SO Cents ter Cake, Pkr
Box, (3 Cakes,) COc and f 1.20.
H. B. Day UK Urjt ukes and thereby eeonomlM. Sold
by all lirugglau.
" nill'B Hair and Whisker Dye," Black
or lirown, 60c.
C. K. CRITTESTON, PropV. 7 tiitk AtJ.T.
JONES' BROS, & CO.,
(Formerly John Jones & Son,)
Grain & Produce
Brick 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 PRICKS the market will aliord,
will be paid for all kinds of
We have constantly on hand,
PL AST EH, .
HORSE SHOES, So., &e,
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES.
S- Orders promptly filled,
Newport, July 20, 1973 tf
JEWPORT DRUG STORE.
Havlnn on hand a compli-to assortment of the fol
lowing articles, the subscriber asks a share of your
Dniff8 and Medicines,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Alsa a full stock of
Also always on Hand,
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
Carefully and Promptly Filled
B . IM . EBY,
J B. HARTZELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Sole Agent for Lorllard's Superior Tobaccos.
W Country Merchants supplied with Goods
at Philadelphia prices.
49 Your orders are solicited. 9 44
n. s. cook & co.,
Agree to sell all kinds of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take Rood Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
Lumber, &c. We use Clearlleld Pine and Hem
W. R. 8. COOK & CO.,
NcwporljTerry Co., Pn.
October 10, 1876.
American and Foreign Tatcnts.
("1 ILMORE & CO., Successors to CHIPMAN,
X HOSMEIt & CO., Solicitors. Patents pro
cured in all countries. NO FEES IN ADVANCE.
No charge unless the patent is granted. No fees
for making preliminary examinations. No addi
tional fees for obtaining and conducting a re
hearing. By a recent decision of the Commis
sioner, ALL rejected applications may be revived.
Special attention given to Interference Cases be
fore the Patent office. Extensions before Con
gress, Infringement Suits in different States, and
all litigation appertaining to Inventions orPat
enls. Send Stamp to UilinoreS Co., for pamph
let of sixty pages.
LAND CASES, LAND WARRANTS & SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases preseeut el before the U.
8. General Land Otllce and Department of the
Interlnr. Private 1-and Claims, MINING and
PRE KMPTION Claims, and HOMESTEAD cases
attended to. Land Scrip In 40, 80, any UK) acre
Pieces for sale. This Scrip is assignable, and can
be located In the name of the purchaser upon any
Government land subject to private entry, at
1.25 per acre. It is of equal value with Bounty
Land Warrants. Send Stamp to Gilmore & Co.,
for pamphlet of Instruction.
ARREARS OF PAY AND BOUNTY.
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the
late war, or their heirs, are In many casesentitled
to money from the Government of which they
have no knowledge. Write full history of service,
and state amount of nay and bounty received.
Enclose stamp to GILMORE & CO., and a lull re
ply, after examination, will be given you free.
1 K N 8 I O S 8.
All OFFICERS, SOLDIERS, and SAILORS,
wounded, ruptured, or injured In the late war,
however slight, can obtain a peiisoa by addressing
GILMORE & CO.
Cases prosecuted by GILMORE & CO.. before
the Supreme Court of the United States, the Court
of Claims and the Southern Claims Commission.
Each department of our business Is conducted
In aseparate bureau, under charge of the same
exjierienced parties, embloyed by the old Arm.
Prompt attention to all business entrusted to
GILMORE & CO., is thus secured. We desire to
win success by deserving it.
Address: GILMORE & CO.,
629 F. Street,
Washington, D. C.
IMPORTANT NOTICE. The subscriber
late of the llrm of Rhoades Kuiilh, would
respectfully inform the citizens of BLAIN
and vicinity, that be 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 eeut. cheaper than
the old Arm.
Mr-Give to a call. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blaln, Auftwt s, 1867.
"The Family Favorite"
No Gears,Xo Canis,No Springs.
New and Elegant Styles of Wood
Work. From this date, by the expiration
of Patents under w hich we
have been paying roy
altieSjWe are enabled
to sell our ma
c h i Vi e s at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
and as 1oy as those of any first
Send for Circulars and
Weed Sewing Machine Co.,
26 Union Square,
11 7 18t.
and Cheap. The best Pump
for the least money. At
tention Is especially Invi
ted to niatchley's Patent
Improved Bracket and
iew urop Check valve,
which cau be withdrawn
without removing the
Pump or disturbing the
Joints. Also, the Copper
Chamber, which never
cracks or scales, and will
j outlast any ot her. For sale
by Dealers everywhere.
49-Send for Catalogue ana Price-List.
CUAS. G.BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer.
6371y 606 Commerce St., Puilapelphia, Pa.
Do you want BOOTS of any kind t
If so, call and see the
NOW OFFEItED BT
JT . MORTIMER.
Neiv Pension Laiv.
UNDER an act of Congress approved March 3,
1873, widows of ollicers who were killed, or
died of disease contracted in the service, are now
entitled to i00 per month for each of their chil
dren. The guardian or a minor child of a soldier who
heretofore only received HN.OO per mouth pensiou
Is now entitled to S10. per moth.
Soldiers who receive invalid pensions can now
have their pensions Increased to any sum or rate
between $8. and SIS. per month.
Soldiers who have lost their discharges can now
Fathers and mothers who lost sons In the serv
ice upon whom ney were depeudent tor support,
can also obtain pensions.
i lie unaersignea Having naa over iu years ex
perience in the Claim agency business will attend
promptly t claims under the above act.
Call on or address
, Attorney for Claimants,
20tf. Perry Co., Pa
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address. We refer to any Commercial Agency.
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AGENTS WANTED. 14 5m
legally and quietly obtained In every State and
Territory, for Inoompatihimtt and other causes,
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8 and 0. 132 Dearborn, St., CHICAGO, ILL. Un
questionable references given. Correspondence
with the legal profession invited. 14 6m
TOB PRINTING f every descripttfa aeatly
J executed on skert aetlc and at reasonable
rates at this efllce.
New. Moflel Macliine.
TAMES ICLEELAND "
Offers his services to the citizen of Perry and
Cumberland counties. Post olllce address,
Hhermansdale, Perry co.. Pa.
Blatu, Perry county Pa.
' i J -
Terms Moderate and every exortion made
to render satisfaction. ott
Auctioneer. Tho undersigned gives
notice that he wlllerysales at any point In T'erry
or Dauphin counties. Orders are solicited and
promptattentlon willbe given.
E. D. WELLS,
Perry co., Pa.
. Charge very low. Post bnice address
Ickesbuig renu'a- 8t
T"ry Cor T?- Charges moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. 5(f
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FIKIsriUrKolMKl!. stnrs rorfosinmii
I tins, (oorhv llrnorhilii ill ,rli,l.
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imiH. Ait jnrrnri!iiroimBo ii
. "ii sai sat r It, I mil, en ri'ilpt
- Fer Sale by F. Mohtimeb, New Bloomdcld,
Ferry county, Pa.
VEItY LADY SHOULD
HAVE ONE OK OUR
adapted to all kinds of goods, and to all the dlf
ferent and fashionable styles of Plaiting. Simple
and easily managed, it Is Just the article every
lady needs. 1
J??,1" y "."V1' Parage paid, on receipt of price,
S-'.ihi. Send for Circular.
N. Y. TREADLE M'F'G CO.,
04 QtrtlanM Street JS'ew York.
'piE PERRY HOUSE,
New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Pa.,
TIIOS. BUTCH, Proprietor.
J (Formerly the Sweger House,)
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO.. FA.
JOS. 8. SMITH, . . . proprietor.
Having good accommodations for regular or
transient boarders, a share of public patronage
Is solicited. io 19
HE MANSION HOUSE,
New Bloomfleld, Penn'a.,
D. M. RINESMITH, - . Proprietor.
This well-known hotel has lately beenenlarged,
re painted and re-Mted. Best accommodations
afforded. Careful hostlers always in attend
"e- 933 tf
I would respectively Inform myfrlendsthatlln
tend calling upon them with a supply of good
toexchangefor woo orsellfor cash.
J. M. BIXLER.
Centre Woolen Factobt. 6,17,m
CORNER OP LOCUST AND NINTH 8TS.,
Convenient to all places of amusement and ear
lines In the city. No changes to and from the
Col. Watson, proprietor of the Henry nousF,
Cincinnati for the past twenty years, and present
proprietor, has leased the house for a term of
years, and has newly furnished and titled it
throughout. He will keep a strictly first-class
house, and has accommodation lor 300 guests.
Terms i per day.
- No Bar has ever been kept In the HENRY
HOUSE, nor will auy be kept at the PEA
BODY. 10 22
MADE by Agents In cities and coun
try towns. Only necessary to show
samples to make sales and money, for
any one out of employment and dispos.
ed to work. Used dally by all business
men. Send Stamp for circular, with
prices to agents. Address
" SPECIAL AGENCY,"
Notice Is hereby given that James Irvine and
wife, of Savllle township, Perry county, Pa., by
deed of voluntary assignment have assigned all
the estate, real and personal, of the said James
Irvine to Thos. II. Milllgan, of the borough of
Newnort. count V and stale afnrAsl,l In trout for
the benefit of the creditors of the said James
Irvine. All persons therefore Indebted to said
said James Irvine, will make payment to the will
assignee, and those havingclalm's or demands the
make kuowu the same without delav.
THOS. II. M1LLIGAN,
January 30, 1877. Assignee.
Daily, Express and Freight Line
CLOOM FIELD & NEWPORT!
f nHEsubscrlberwtsbes tonotlfy thecltlzeasof
JL Bloomfleld and Newport that he is running a
Dally Line between these two places, and will
haul Freight of any kind, r promptly deliver
packagesar messages entrusted to hiscare.
.Orders may he left for him at the stores of
F. Mortimer d Co., New BlooniUeld.or Milllgan
Musser, Newport, fa.
J. 8. WHITMORE.
TADIE8 AND CHILDREN will find a
j splendid assortment of shoes at the ns
yrlc store of T. Mortimer.
CIT One of the acute snylngg of a
humorlHt Is, " There's a great deal of
human nature In horse trailing, but few
A Yankee editor wishes uo Iwillly
harm to his subscribers, but he hopes
that some of them hi arrears will be
seized with a remittent fever.
63" A Wiltshire dame the mother of
a large family was once asked the
number of iter childre.ii. " La, me 1" she
replied, rocking herself to an fro, " I've
got fourteen mostly boys and girls !"
iff" At a friendly gathering at Holland
House the conversation turned on love.
Tom Moore compared it to a potato, be
cause " it shoots from the eyes. "Or
rather," exclaimed Byron, " because it
becomes less by paring."
U-S" " Some confounded idiot has put
that pen where I can't find ItV ' growled
a man the other day as he searched
about the denk. " Ah ! urn I I thought
so!" he exclaimed in a lower key, as he
took the article from behind his ear.
K"Can there be anything brought
into this House," asked a disgusted
member during the last session of the
Legislature, " that will not be repealed
sooner or later i"' One of the opposition
suggested, " A skinned orange.
O" " On which side of the street do
you live, Mr. Klpple ?" asked a counsel,
cross-examining a witness.
"On either side, sir 1 If you go one
way, it's on the right side ; if you go the
other way, it's on the left."
W There is an old California epitaph
that has excited a good deal of interest,
both from the character it describes and
the question it asks. The epitaph is as
Here lies old Thirty-five per cent I
The more he had the more he lents
The more be got the more he craved ;
The more he made the more he shaved
Good God 1 can such a soul be saved?
A vender of " notions" was offer
ing Yankee clocks, finely varnished and
colored, to a lady not remarkable for her
personal beauty. "Why, it's beautiful 1"
said the vender. " Beautiful, Indeed a
look at it almost frightens me 1 " said the
lady. "Wal, ma'ma," replied the
Yankee, " I guess you'd better buy one
that hain't no looking-glass."
gg" " What gender is sugar?" asked a
teacher of the grammar class. " What
kind of sugar V" asked theboy.1 "What
kind V repeated the teacher, "what
has that to do with it V" "Why, if it's
maple sugar it's feminine gender," said
the boy. "Why feminine gender V"
asked the teacher, with a puzzled face.
" Because you can't tell its age," prompt
ly replied the boy.
H3 A story is told of two New Eng
land deacons, between whom a bitter
fpllfl liml InniT pvlbtprl onnnonitrin. anmo
uumesieu piiiiu. iM-uuer woutu yieiu,;
and the matter threatened to be handed
down to the next generation, when oua
day Deacon Smith appeared before his
enemy and solemnly said: "Brother
Jones, it is a shame that this quarrel of
ours should bring scandal upon tho
church. I have prayed earnestly for
guidance in the matter, and have come
to the conclusion that you must give in
for I cannot."
1 i .. . 1 , ! . A T-.lil. 1 1 . 1 1
A Sunday School superintendent
of an infant school was addressing his
scholars, and told them ' of the Great
Shepherd, the lambs and the sheep, as
spoken of in Scriptures. He then asked
them what they were. The reply was,.
" lambs." The next question was what
the senior scholars were. " Sheep,"
was the response. To complete the
catechising, he required with some
justifiable pride, "what am I?" The
energetic and startling reply came in
infantile chorus, " The Old Buck 1"
63" A quick-witted negro preacher had '
elaborated a new theory of the Exodus,
to wit ; that the Red Sea got frozen over
and so afforded the Israelites a safe
passage ; but when Pburoab with his
heavy iron chariots attempted it they
broke through and were drowned. A
brother rose and asked for an explana
tion of that point. "I'sebeen study-in'
gography, and de gography say dat be
very warm country where dey have
de tropics. And de tropics too hot for
freezln'. De pint to be 'splalned is,,
'bout breaking through de ice." The.
preacher straightened up and said;
" Brudder, glad you axed dat question.
It gives me 'caslon to 'splaln jt. You
see dat wag great while 'go lu de oU
times 'fo' dey had any gography 'fo.
dere was any tropics."