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THE 'TIMES, NEW JJLOOMFIELD, PA., JULY 17. 1877.
Tho Bloomflold Times
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Thin and Fancy
&c, &c, &c, &c.
At the Shortest Notice
LB. MARYANERTH, 1). W. BEKIl and
JAMES II. UHIKli known as
The Ball Scale Company,"
Hare now on ham! alareesupplynf Buoy's Patent
OOUNIKK SCALE, the Simplest, Cheap
stand best. Connter Scaleln the market.
For Scales, or Agencies tn Pennsylvania,
Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad
dress "The Hall Scale Company," I'ottsville,
For Scales or Agencies In this Onuntr. Ap
ply to the undersigned, where they can be' seen
and examined any time.
i LEIBY & BRO..
Newport, Perry co.. Fa.
Stf New Illoonilleld, Perryco.,Pa.
A CARD. To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will end a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF
CH AKGE. This great remedy was discovered by
missionary in South America. Send a self-.id-dressed
envelope to the Rev. Josepii T. Tnman,
Station D, BMt House, A'cto York City . 16b ly
FATIGUE Oil INJURY.
The most complete method of propelling the
sewing machihe. It saves four fifths the labor and
entirely avoids the cause of physical Injury s en
dorsed by the medical fraternity. It can be at
taehed to any ordinary sewing machine without
removing the machine from the house. No sew
ing machine should be used without this im
portant attachment. Send for our circulars,
whirl) explains the principles. Address,
SiEW 10KK TliKAULr MF. CO.,
lyr. 04 0rt!n'U Street, iS'. Y.
La. e Immense Discoveries by STANLEY and oth
ers are just added to the only complete
Life and Labors cf Livingstone.
This Veteran Explorer ranks among tho most
heroic figures of the Century, and this book Is one
of the most attractive, fascinating, richly Illus
trated and instructive volumes ever issued.
Being the only entire and authentic life, the mil
lions are eager for it, and wide awake agents are
wanted nnicklv. For proof and terms address
XUBKAKl) BROS., Publishers, 733 Sausom Street,
A Sterliso Remedy For Diseases akd
Injuries or tiie Skin j A Healthful
beautifieu of t1je complexion; a r.e
liarle Means of Preventing and Re
lieving RnECMATISM AND GOUT, AND AN
TJxicqualed Disinfectant, Deodorizer
Glenn's Sulnhnr Sorn), besides eradi
cating local diseases of the skin, banishes
duiecie of the complexion ami imparts to it
.Bratifyinjj, clennuss and gmooUiniim.
Sulphur JJnthtt aro celebrated for cu
Tins eruplione and other diseases of tin1 skin.
us well us Rheumatism and Gout. Glenn'
Sulphur Snap produces the same effects
ML a most trilling expense. This atlmirub'o
specific also speedily lieals lorca, bruiet.
aikts, liurnt, tpraiut nnd cuts. It removes
dandruff and prevents the liuir lrom lulling
out and turning ginj".
Clotliinsr and linen used in the sick room
it disinfected, and diseases communioablc by
contact Willi tuu person, pi evented by it.
The Medical Fraternity sanction its use.
Prices, 25 and BO Cent9 ran Cake, Per
Box, (3 Cakes,) (idc mid f i.sw.
X. B. Biy the larjo cakct and thereby fcouomlie. Boll
" Hill's Hair and Whisker Iye
4t Brown, 6c.
C 1. CniTTESTON, PropV. 7 fisth Av.M
JONES' BROS, & CO.,
(Formerly John Jones & Son,)
Grain & Produce
Brick Warehouse, Front St., above Market,
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
WIC would rosneotfnllv Invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the public generally, as
the II IU1I EST PRICES the market will alford,
will be paid for all kinds of
We have constantly on hand.
HORSE SHOES, :c.. ,e.
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES.
fi. Orders promptly filled,
Newport. July 20, 1375 r'
JsJEWPORT DRUG STORE.
Having on hand a complete nirtmiMit of thpfnl
lowing articles, tUe subBrrHur a?!: a fthnronf your
DruffH nnd Medicines,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Also a te.l. etc.-k of
Also always on Hand,
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
Carefully ami Promptly Filial "
B, M. EBY,
J B. HART2ELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Sole Aircnt for Lorilard's Superior Tobaccos,
rnnotrv Merchants fiunnlied with (oods
at Phllartolplila prices.
ar xour orders are soiicucu. w u
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 good Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
mniDer.&c, vie use uiearneiu rine aim iiein
W. R. S. COOK i CO.,
Newport, Perry Co., Pa.
October 10, 1376.
American and Foreign Patents.
GILMORE & CO., Successors to CHIPMAN,
" HOSMEK & CO.. Solicitors. Patents mo-
cured in all countries. ju tbus in amvam;.
No charce unless the patent Is Ki anted. No fees
for making preliminary examinations. No addi
tional fees for obtaining and conducting a re
hearing, liy a recent decision of the Commis
sioner, ALL rejected applications may be revived.
special ai tern urn given to inioi terenee cases De
fore the Patent oltlce. Extensions before Con
gress, infringement Sutra in dlnerent States, and
a n niurauon annenam nc ro lnvencions or I'itt..
ents. Send 8tainp to Gllmore Si Co., for pamph.
let of sixty paces.
LAXVU UASB8, WAKMAHIS Klf.
uontestea Lana cases prosecui ed netore the u.
S. General Land Ofttca and Deuirtinent of the
Interior. Private Land Claims. MINING and
PRE EMPTION Claims, and HOMESTEAD eases
attended to. Land Scrip In 40, 80, any ltio acre
nieces lor sale. I his scrip is asstunaole. and can
be located In the name of the purchaser unon anv
Government land subject to private entry, at
S1.2.i per acre. It Is of equal value with Rounty
Lanu warrauis. pena niainp 10 itumure i;o.
for pamphlet of Instruction.
AltKEARS OF PA!- AND ROUNTY.
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the
late war, or their heirs, are in many cases entll led
to money from the Government of which they
have no knowledge. Write full history of service,
and state amount of nav and bounty received.
Enclose stamp to G1LMORE & CO.. and a lull re-
ply.after examination, will be given you Iree.
1' E N S 1 O N S.
All OFFICERS. SOLDIERS, and SAILORS,
wounded. riiDtured. or Iniured 111 the late war.
however slight, can obtain a pen son by addressing
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 asenarate bureau, under charce of the same
experienced parties, embloyed by the old firm.
Prompt attentlou to all business entrusted to
GlLMOltE&CO., Is thus Beuured. We desire to
win success uy deserving it.
Address: U1LMORE &CO.,
. ttt9 F. Street,
Washington, D. C.
T M PORT ANT NOTICE. The subscriber
X late of the Itrm of Rhoades Siniih, would
respectfully inform the citizens of BLA1N
and viclnltv. that he has ooened a WAGON
MAKER-SHOP, and Is prepared to make new
wagons and repair old ones at short notice, and
at from TEN to TWKNTi' per cent, cheaper than
I no oia Dim.
WGive lue a call. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Dlalu, August 8, 1807.
Tho Family Favorite"
No Gcars,No Cams,No Springs.
New nnd Elegant Styles of Wood-
From this date, by the expiration
of Patents under vlnch we
have been paying roy
alties,we arc enabled
to sell our ma
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
and as low as those of any first
Send for Circulars and
Weed Sewing Machine Co.,
26 Union Square,
11 7 lt.t.
and Cheap. The bestl'ump
for the least money. At
tention Is especially invi
ted to lllatcliley's l'atent
Improved Bracket and
New Drop Check Valve,
which can be withdrawn
without removing the
Pump or disturbing tho
joints. Also, the Copper
Chamber, which never
cracks or scales, and will
outlast any other. For sale
by Dealers everywhere.
-Send for Catalogue and I'rice-Llst.
C1IAS. G.BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer.
637 ly 506 Commerce St., T'ullapelplila, 1 a,
Do you want BOOTS of any klndT
If so, call and see the
NOW OFPEllED BT
Neiv Pension Law.
TTNDEll an act of Congress approved March 3.'
U 1873, widows of oltlcers who were killed, or
died of disease contracted In the service, are now
entitled to JU.00 par month for each of their chil
dren. The guardian of a minor child of a okller who
heretofore only received tb.uo per mouth pension
is now entitled to 110. oer moth.
Soldiers who receive Invalid pensions can now
have their pensions increased to any sum or rate
between 8. and 818. per mouth.
Soldiers who have lost their discharges can now
Fathers and mothers who lost sons intheserv.
Ice upon whom ey wero dependent tor support,
can also ootain peusiuus.
The underslcned having had over 10 years ex
perienceln the Claim agency business will attend
promptly te claims under me auove act.
Call on or address
Attorney for Claimants,
20tf. Perry Co., Pa
COPY YOUR LETTERQ
Excelsior Copying hook,
MADE OF CHEMICAL PAPER. Quickly copies
any writing wi inou i water, ruc.-ia. or urusn,
used at home, library or ofllce. For ladles wish
ing toretaln copies of letters, every business man,
HorcvineH. corresDondents. travels it Is Invalua.
ble sells at sight. Send S3 00 and we will send a
:'pago Book, letter size, BY MAIL paid to any
address. We refer to any Commercial Agency.
Send stamp for Agents' Circular. EXCF.LSIOR
MNF'O. CO., 110 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills, .wo
AGENTS WANTED. 14 5m
legally and quietly obtained In every State and
no matter where the party resides. 13 years' exJ
lerritory, lor incompatiiiiutt ana omer causes,
f erieuce. r ee alter decree, aii letters connuen
lal. Address A. J. UK.VTKIt, Att'y. Rooms
8 and 9, 132 Dearborn, St., CHICAGO, ILL, Un
questionable references given. Correspondence
with the legal profession Invited. H 6m
TOH PRINTING f every description neatly
u executea en saert boiic ana ai reasouanie
rates at tuts omce.
New Model lacliiiiB.
JHE PERRY HOUSE,
New Bloomtleld, Terrj Co., Ta.,
TU08. BUTCH, Proprietor.
J (Formerly the Swoger House.)
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PERRY CO., FA. ,
JOS. 8. BMlTn, .... Proprietor.
Ilavltm good accommodations for remitar or
transient bonrders, a share of publle patronage
Is solicited. 1019
pHE MANSION HOUSE,
New Bloomflcld, Fenu'n.,
D. M. KINE8MITU, . . Proprhtor.
This well-known hotel has lately beenenlarcred.
re painted nnd re-llttcd. Best accommodations
afforded. Careful hostlers always In attend
ance. 833 tf
COUNEll OP LOCUST AND NINTH 8T8.,
Convenient to all ulnces of amusement and car
Hues In the city. No changes to and from the
Col. Watson, proprietor of the Henry Hoi-be,
Cincinnati for tne past twenty years, and present
proprietor, lias leased the house for a term of
years, and has newly furnished and lifted It
throughout. I!e will keep a strictly first-class
house, nnd has accommodation toraou guests.
lei ins ?:j per tiav.
a- No liar has ever been kept In the HENRY
HOUSE, nor will anv be kent at the PEA-
BODY. 10 22
JT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "THE UNION,")
JOS. 91. FEGER, Proprietor.
317 & 319 ARCLT STREET,
$2.60 Per Day.
, HIS HOTEL belngcf ntrally located, and hay.
1 lug been entirely refitted, It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can be desired
1ST STREET HOTEL,
Nos. 41, 43, 43 & 44 West St.,
TEMPERANCE HOUSE, ON THE EURO
1IOOM8 50 and 75 cents per day. Charges very
MODEBATK. The best meats and vegetables In
the market. BEST BEDS in the City.
171yu B. T. BABBITT, Proprietor.
Offers his services to the citizens of Perry and
Cumberland counties. Post olUce address,
Shermnnsdale, Perry co., Pa.
Blnln, Perry county Pa.
Terms Moderato and every exertion made
to reuuer satisiaction. bit
Auctioneer. The undersigned gives
notice that he win crysaies at any point in rerry
or Dauphin counties. Orders are solicited and
prompt attention wiuue given.
Ti. D. WELLS,
M. Charees verv low. Post Ofllce address
Ickesburg Penn'a 8t
Delville. Perry Co.. Pa. Charees moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. 5 tf
I would respectively Inform myfrlendsthat I In
tend calling upon them with a supply of good
of my v
tnexchangeforwoo orsellfor cash.
CenthbWoolen Factory. 6,17,4m
For Sale by F. Mortimer, New Bloomtleld
rerry couuty, i a.
rVFJIY LADY SHOULD
HAVE ONE OF OUR
adaoted to all kinds of croods. and to all the dtf
fei-ent and fashionable styles of Plaiting. Simple
auu easny inauageu, u is just, tne mui-io viaij
Sent by mall, postage paid, on receipt of price.
2.oo. Heou tor circular.
N. Y. TRVADLB M'F'O CO.,
W Cortlitndt 6'freef Haw York.
tfJ&n nn eonttnntd niovtvw
fiJuf4 'sun's b Uu oH.ti.ifin.vQX
fYl'IKIsrillTRglUJli;, score furConsump-VTJ
tiis, t'nui; hs. BroHcliilu It all Srrlalou
tifX. 1 1 li H.n not (Tt it, 1 will, on rireipt CW
Something In the Bed.
Judge Pitman has a babbit of slipping
his wateh under his pillow when he
goes to bed. The other night somehow
It slipped down, and as the Judge was
restless, it gradually worked Its way
downward toward the foot of the bed.
After a bit, while he was lying awake,
his foot touched it, and as it felt very
cold, he wns surprised and senred, and,
jumping from his bed, he said :
" By gracious, Maria I there's a toad or
a snake or something under the covers.
I touched it with my foot."
Mrs. Pitman gave a loud scream, and
was out on the iloor in an Instant.
" Now, don't go to hollering and
waking up the neighbors," said the
Judge. " You go and get the broom or
something, and we'll fix this thing
Mrs. Pitman got the broom and gave
it to the Judge, with the remark that
she felt as if snakes were creeping all up
and down her legs and back.
' O, nonsense, Maria ! Now you turn
down the covers slowly, while I hold the
broom and bang it. Put a bucket of
water alongside the bed, too, so s we can
shove it in and drown it."
Mrs. ritman llxed the bucket and
gently removed the covers. The Judge
held the broom uplifted, and, as soon as
the black ribbon of the watch was re
vealed, he cracked away three or four
times with his broom. Then he pushed
the thing off into the bucket. Then
they took the bucket to the light to
investigate the matter. When the Judge
saw what it was, he said :
" I might have known that ' Just
like you women, to go around screeching
and making a fuss about nothing. Who's
going to pay me for that watch V It's
" It was you made the fuss, not me,"
said Mrs. l'itman. " You needn't try
to put the blame on me."
" O hush up and go to bed ! I'm tired
of hearing you blather. 'Pears to me
you can't keep your tongue still a
minute. Blnnie me if I ain't going to
get a divorce and emigrate."
And then the Judge turned in and
growled at Maria until he fell asleep.
fc'TA strungeroneday passing through
a certain street was seized by a "bar
ker" of a clothing store, who, without
ceremony, pulled him iuto the shop,
and began puffing up his fine ready
made clothing. Being old and infirm,
ho made little resistance, but nsked the
man if he was master of the place.
" No, sir," said the " barker," " but I
will bring him immediately."
The man returned with the master, to
whom he put the same question.
" Are you the muster of the store,
" Yes, sir, what can I do for you V"
" Only," he replied, "just hold your
mini a minute, while I go out."
C2" The children, of a clergyman's
family were making themselves happy
propounding conundrums. Directly one
of them said, " Who was the meekest
woman V' !
The clergyman seemed struck with a.
fresh thought, and replied, quickly,
" We don't read of any."
But mudum made herself even , with
him when she rejoined, with quite as
much quickness, "Well we read of only
one such man, and from the fuss that's
made about him, its plain that they're
iT An old Highlander, rather fond of
his toddy, was ordered by his physician,
during a temporary illness, not to exceed
one ounce of spirits daily. The old
gentleman was dublousabout theamount
and asked his son, a schoolboy, how
much on ounce was. " Sixteen drachms
make one ounce, was the reply. ' Six
teen drams ! What au excellent doctor !'
exclaimed the Highlander. 'Kuu and
tell Donald M'Tavish and big John to
come doon the nicht."
fc-JT An old fellow on East street got
his ear boxed by n mule kicking him,
and he was continually annoyed by
his friends asking him what happened
to him, so he got a large card and
had printed on it : " G-t a bust in the
snoot by a mule, and this is written for
the benefit of Jackasses." All who ran
in his locality could read, but they didn't
stop to comment on the accident much.
The following is told of a grave
digger in a cathedral town in the north
of England : One day, whilst " gather
ing in" the remains of an aged parish
oner, he observed some women weeping
by the grave side. Turning round, he
sharply demanded of them : " What
aro ye crying for? If ye dlnna bring 'em.
at SO, when wad ye bring 'em 5"