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THE TIMES, NEW HL00MKIEL1). 1AM EEMIUAUY 3, 1880.
J K. JUNKIN. Attorney at Law,
New Hloomileld. Perry eo., Pa.
niUoa Next door to the resldeuce si J udge
AM. MARKKL. Attorney-at-Law, '
New Hlooiulleld, Perry county, Pa.
iV OiHce opposite the Mansion House. and
thru doors Bunt of the Post-Wtlloe.
- EWI9 l'OXTKIl,
AT1UIINKY ATl-AW, ,
NEW IlLOOMFIELD, NCRRV CO., PA.
f Claims promptly secured colleoted
'Writings and all legal business carefully attend
CHIARLE8 II. HMII.KY, Attorney at Law.
) New Bloomlleld, Perry Un. Pa.
W Ollli!8 twa door e. of Joseph Smith's
utiatol. August i, 1S7J
IITM. A.SPONSLF.K, Attorney-at-Law,
W Olllce adjoining hit residence, on East
Malnstreet, New Bloomtleld, Perry eo., Pa. 3 ly
1TM. N. 8EIBERT, Attorney-at-Law,
V NewBloomUeld, Peiryoo.,Pa.
Bloomlleld, 3 33 ly.
LEWIS POTT Ell, NOTaiir PUBLIC, New Bloom,
held. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Honds, Mortgages and Lease's carefully
i prepared and acknowledgements taken. All
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certllled, will also take depositions to be rekd In
any court in the United States. Yluly
New Bloomlleld, Perryoo., Pa.
- All professional business promptlyandfatth
fully attended to. 821v.
llfM. A. MOIUtlSOV,
VV J USTICK OK TH K PEACE and (1 ENER AL
OOLLKCTOIt, NbwOfkwantown, Perry co- , Pa.
Renilttane.e.swlllbe made promptly for all
Collections made. T44
CHA8. A. BAKNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
.Olllno on high street. North side, nearly op
posltethe Presbyterian Church. 8 Sly
ML. LIU'JErT. Att hinhy-at-Law,
tfemp)H, I'erry County. Pa.
Having norm inently located at Newport, will
lve prompt and careful attention to all busl
s.ess m ittrs committed to his care.
4. Olllce, No. ho North Second Street.
Newport, April 2f 1S78.
U. U. M. ALEXANDER,
New Bloomlleld, Perry County, Pa.
Office on Carlisle, Bt.,one door South of J. E. and
Undue .tonkin's law olllce. Everything belong
ing to the profession done In the best manner.
All Wokk Waiiuanteo. Terms moderate. 2S
P. BOLLINGER, M. D.,
iavlng located In Newport, offers Ms Profes
sional services to all who may need them .
Chronic diseases of every description cured.
A. Olllce In Dr. Shatto's building, 4th Street
March 4, 1878.
$ OLD AND RELIABLE, I
JDn. Sanfobd's Liver IxnaonATonJ
is a Standard family Ramedy for
diseases of the Liver, Stomach
and Bowels. It is Purely v fct-S
i tfcjcvuwjo. XI liC V I I t
i t . -.2
ilUB ueen ufliJ
, in my nractiopi
?inIJJnnJ by the public.5
g i v . for raore tlmn 85 years,?
JV SEND FOR CIRCULAR.J
SS.T.W. SANFORD, M.D., iflw8?
J AW DRt milSTHIH, Tilt 101 ITS RKn iiTlOS.
Jane 21, 1879.
We guarantee It In every ease, matters not of
how long or bow deeply rooted. It gives Instant
relief, and cures most chronic cases. In from two
to three weeks, If used as directed. Unlimited
mitmhui. Af tuntimnitluluMn ha nrltan if itulmJ
tut all we ask Is trial, to eonvlnce that It wili
cure when all other means have failed. Sold by
all dealers In niBdiclnea-SOcents per bottle, bent
f re on receipt of price, by
JACOB WALTZ, General A dent for IT. B. and
Canada. 130 Franklin He Tialtlninra .lid.
- AH genuiuebave trade mark and signature
f Dr. I. VI. Dewitt ou wrapper, 41 Wly
tip y lift
n A : N 1 r . rV-" .ll" L r, I .
fi x H m
I fcM.,''LJk.,J,. ...11 ,i.-j
Ready Mixed Paints !
HEADY MIXED PAINTS !
NO WATER, NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE,
BUT A rURK
It A 11, Y FOR USE.
00 UEAUTIFUL SHADES OP JPALNT
BENT BT MAIL.
T 1H IMX OI f .1 K R OTHKK PAINT. MADK
WITH I.KAD ANDOII., VIZ: NICKLV
Blil'HUI. I) OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON l.IKK WATEH PAINT.
And Yon Will TroTe H l0 be the Host
Liquid l'ulut la the Market.
.TO 1 1 IX JVtJOAB Ac CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Ureen,
WHITE LEAD, COLORS,
t-ST For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti
mer, Now Bloomlleld, Pa., or to John Lucas As
HHAFFNEK.ZIEGI.EB & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
THREADS, CO JIBS,
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BKITTON A Co.,
No. 606 MARKET STREET,
PHILADELPHIA. T 1
gOWER, POTTS & CO., ,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and madtto Order.
Mos. 530 Market and 623 Minor Streets
M. Publishers of Sanders'New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also. Hnberr'i Hi
the United States, Folton'sOutline Maps.&o.
L0YD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street.
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 123 MARKET BT.,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Wholesale Dealer sin
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, &c,
And a One assortment ol
WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 Market street, above 4th,
M. G. PliTpElt t! CO.,
mAM f Ai rt ut n
AND WIIOLKSALR DRAl.KUH IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
Hi NORTH THIRD BTRKICT,
- HipcIhI aftnntloit Iven fo orders.
J line 3 IHTii.pd
WAINWUIQHT & CO.
W MOLLS ALL GROCEHb
North Hast Corner ol 2nd and Arch Street.
J S. DOUGHERTY
D. J. IIOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
W A It E H 0 U S K ,
OIU MAUKE'P HTKKKT,
ALL, S HEN K & CO.,
405 & m Market Stn-ct,
( HdNlandof P.iircroft &Co.,)
January 1, 1K7
JS lV VI IV GUI 1 1Z
ISa sinecure for tpavln, Riillnt, curl), callous,
sialus, bwellniKs khIIh. hiuieuess and all en
largenieiilN of the j ilntsof IIiiiIh. It will corn
lilelely reninveii bone puvln wlihimr, bllslerlnri
oroansliina sole. It m itho as ftoud for nmrr as
for beast and In used fuMsir U:llr. al all times nf
theyeir. with perfect Riilcty. Acme which we
are kuowina to W a pei-aon who suilercd In ysara
with hip Joint lameness and whs permanently
cure! two years upp with Kendall's spavin Cure.
Kemember we claim It will eure a bone spavin
and completely remove the bunch without blis
tering. Statement Made Under Oath.
To Whom If May Coneern : In thevear 1S75 I
treated with Kendall's Spavin Cure a lione spavin
ol several mouths' growth, nearly half as large as
a hen's ex. ml completely stopped Hie lameness
and removed lie enluiKeiniint. 1 have worked
the horse ever since very bard, and he nevr has
been lame, nor could 1 ever (.eenny dltleienee in
the size of the hock olHts since I treated him with
Kendall's Spavin Cure. It A. GAINES.
KnosbuiK Kails Vt... Feb. SS. 1K79.
Swinn and subsciibed to before me this 2.'lh
day February A 1. Its74.
JOHN u JliNNG.Justlce ol the Peace.
Olllce U'S. MaiNhall. Western Dlstof Mich.,
Kalamazoo, Apr. 1 'III. ln7H.
B. J. Kend.ill, Knnsburu Kalis. Vt. Dear Wr:
I received the t wo boltles of ymrr spavin cure
forwarded by express In January last. J am Imp
py to slate tout it performed all your ndvertise
rneit called for. In three weeks after I commenc
ed usIiik II. t he spavin was entirely removed aud
avaluable horse restored to usefulness.
Very truly jours.
Bend address for Illustrated Olreulnr, which we
think t lves positive to oof nf Its virtues. No
remedy'has ever met wlih such uiiqiiallhed suc
cess, to our knowledge, lor beast as well as mail.
Price $1. per bottle, or Six hoi lies for 1,5. All Drug-
f ists have it or can get it for you. or It lll be sent
o any address nn receipt nf price bv the propri
etors. Dlt. II J. KKNDAIX &('.,
liuosbuiK tails, Vermont.
"Kendall's Spavin Cure" Is now sold by all the
leading wholesale driiKitlsts and a large number
of prominent retail druuKisls.
-K. MoitTiMEH, New llloomlleld, agent for
Perry Co., Pa.
"Tor sinking spells,
fits, djEslncfw, p.lpiu
tton .nd low iipiiii.,
nif ob Uop Bitten."
'Hew! of, BTwsir.
and use Hop llittcrs,
and Jim will no nti-ung
lusUUiy and liApuy."
"Tjtdln, do too
want to be atroriK,
llien UM Hup Dlttvra.
Th f ffreatMt ftpne-
tlKr, nonnw;n, busxl
and liver ruvulatur
yen, rUturs. Bank
er, and Ladles need
Uop Bitten daily."
"Hop Bitten ha. t.
stored to wibrlety and
health, perfect wrocka
"Sour stomach, Kirk
headache and dlxzl
neii Hop Bittora euro,
with a lew down."
a case that Uop Bit
ter, will uot eura or
Hop Bitten bulM.
up, strenirllir:n. and
f ivm the Unit uoae."
"Kidney and ttrl.
ruiry complaint, of nil
cured by liop Bitten."
nop Coooa Ctnti It
the sweett'Kt, saleat
and best. Aak caildin.
The IToe Pin for
Btomach, Liver and
to aUothera cute,
by absniiitioo. Aide
D. ItS.U an ahsotuU
and IrrenlKtlble cure
for drunkenneia), um
oi opium, I
All ahore anlj tiy
drugirlsu. HopBitb r.
Uovbuiter, M. Y.
UfiPQC Send 28 cents In stamps or currency
nUilOC for a new HOHSK BOOK, ll treats
all diseases, has 35 ttne engravings showing posi
tions assumed by sick horses, a table of doses, a
Dfini large collection of valuable recipes,
UUUIV ruiH9 for telling the ageol a horse, with
an engraving showing teeth of each ear. and a
large amount of other valuable horse lufoiina
tiou. Dr. Win. II. Hull says: "I have bought
books that I paid and lift for which I do not
like as well as I do yours." SKND FOH A C1R
CULAtt AOEK TH WANTED. 11. J. KKN.
I) ALL, Enosburgb Falls, Vt. a) ly
A HK1NTII p-iinrnntoeri 1
day at home made by the Indus
trious. Cardial not reuuired : we
will alnrt Vim. Men. wihiiii linva
and girls make money taster at
worn ior us man aiaimmngeise.
The work Is liifhl hiki iil,!iniir.
uml ki,.1, ou aim ..na nun o luli
at. Those who are wise who see tills notice will
send us their address at once and see for them
selves. Cos- ly Out nt and terms free. Now Is the
time. Those nlieailv at work are laving up large
sums of money. Address TRI E 61 CO., Augusta.
Maine. to ly
MP ;7'f. 6
I)n ynii feel that any one nf your oritanes vour
stomami, llvnr boei, or nervous system, falters
in Its wo k 7 II so. repair rlie Hniuairn with the
most powerful. yet hirm ens, of limgorantrr. He.
member that debility Isilie Heihnng of the
lind ' Ihal the chums nf nil weakness Is a unl
versal pBinlyslsot the system, and that such pa
ralysis Is the Immediate piecuig ,r of Ueath.
For Sale by all Oruaglits and Dealers
geneiaily. o 1m
i a r ji i: i:i i: n: i
FOR THE A EXT 00 DAYS,
Before Our Advance in Prices !
Pianos $140 to 100
All new, and strictly first class, and sold at the
lowest net cash holesale factory prices. direct to
Hie purchaser. These pianos made one of the
finest. riispla)SHt Hi" Ceiileunli l xhlbitlon, and
were unanimously recoiumei.ded for the IIkiiikmt
HoNon over 12.00(1 in use. Itegularlv incoipo
rated Manufacturing Co. Faclory established
over 117 veins. The Kiiuaie o rands contain
IvUthusheks new pateiu Duplex Overstrung
Heale, the gteatcst Improvement In the lilstury of
Piano making. The Uprights are the FIN KH'f IN
AMKKIHA. P anos sent on trial. Don't fall to
willo for Illustiaied and Descriptive Catalogueof
18 pages mailed free.
Our new styles of JUHILKK OROANSare the
best. In the world. An H slop organ tntly t
with nil t lie greatest, latest, and best Improve
ments, possessing power, depth, liillllancy and
sympathetlii quality or tone. Ilenuilfiil solo ef
fect and perfect stop action . Solid walnut cases,
of beautiful design and elegant llulsh. All
Pianos and Organs sent on IS days' test trial
freight flee If unsatisfactory. Circular free.
SHKHT MUSIC hall price. Dollar's worth at
one third of price. Catalogue of 1,M0 choice
pieces sent tin receipt nf He. stump. Address
MESDKI.SSOI1N PIANO CO..
21 East loth street. New York.
GILMORP. CO., Successors to CIIIPMAN
MOHMIilt & CO., Solicitors. Patents pro
cured In all countries. NO FEES IN ADVANcP.
No charge unless the patent In granted. No fees
for making preliminary examinations. No addi
tional fees for obtaining and conducting a re
hearing. Hv a recent decision of the Commis
sioner, ALL rejected applications may be revived.
npeciai attention given to iiiierrerence cases be
fore the Patent olllce, Kxlensluus before Con
gress. Infringement Kultsln dillerent States, and
all litigation annrrtiilnlng to Inventions or Pat
ents. Send Stamp to Uilinoreb Co., -or pain ph.
let 01 nixiy onsen.
LAND CASKS, LAND WARRANTS SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the U.
H. Unneral Land Olllce and Department of the
Interior. Private Land Claims, MININU and
PRE KIMPTION Claims, and HOMESTEAD cases
attended to. Land Scrip In 40, 8", any W acre
pieces for sale. This Scripts assignable, and can
be located In the name of the purchaser upon any
Oovernment land subject to private entry, at
11.25 per gore. It Is of equal value with Bounty
Land Warrants. Send Stamp to Ullmore & Co.,
lor pamphlet or instruction.
ARREARS OK PAY AND BOUNTY.
OFFICERS. SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the
late war. orthelr heirs, areln many casesentitled
to money from the Oovernment of which they
have no knowledge. Write full history of service,
and state amount nf pay and bounty received.
Enclose srnmp to OILMOHK & CO., and a full re
ply.after examination, will be given you free.
1 J N H I 4 J H
All OFFICERS. SOLDIERS, and SAILORS.
wounded, ruptured, or injured In the late war,
however slight, can obtain a penson by addressing
Cases prosecuted by GILMOREft CO., before
the Supreme Court nf the United States, the Court
of Claims and the Southern Claims Commission.
Each department of our business I conducted
In aseoarate bureau, under charge ol the same
experienced parties, embloyed by the old firm.
Prompt attention to all business entrusted to
(iILMOKK & CO., Is thus secured. We desire to
win success by deserving It.
Address: OILlWOltE &CO.,
M9 F. Street,
Washington, D. C.
jEATIIElll LEATHER I
A. INew Htoclc Of
CAI F SKINS,
which he will
offer for sale
at the Lowest
prices for Cash
aHOCEItlES, WINES & LIQUOR,
Paint 8, Oils.
VARNISHES, GLA8S, PUTTY,
WINDOW SHADES, OAK AND
Hemlock Sole Leather,
CALF SKINS, MOR6CCO,
TOPPINGS, TOBACCO, CIGARS, AC.
150,000 First-Class Brick
A t IjO-w Prloes,
COME ONEI COME ALL!
U. M. SHILER,
Liverpool, Perry Co.. Pa.
CURED Promptly and Per-
nenllv. 1 kvud a bott leof niv
elebrated remeov with a valu
able treatise ou this disease. free
al sullerers who send me their
'. O.. and ExDreh. address.
Dr. H. O. Root, No. 183 Pearl
Street, New York. 41al3t
's mi fs
'ou want somecheao
tor Pains and Suits t
you do, don't fail to ex
amine the splendid assortment for sale by P
MORTIMER. You can suit yourself in style and
PIANOS and OBBANS
ef" What liave you to remark, mad
am, about my slnKlng V "Nothings
sir. It Is not remarkable."
sj-jr Little thliiK" ilioultl not be dcspls
ed, The little toe Is the sinallt'Ht on the
foot, but It always lias the largest coru.
y "Why, "Willie, you can't possibly
cat another plate of puildlrii? V" "Yci,
I can ; one more plate will Jufet fill thin
ffT Mr. James Doget, aged HH years,
recently married Miss FanDy Ilorr, ageil
S2 years, and his rival exclaimed "Dogg
et Jim, got Ilorr at Inst."
tKF Diogenes, being asked what beasti
were apt to bile the worst, answered:
"Of all wild beasts, the slanderer ; of all
tame heaths, the flatterer."
A physiognomist says thnt large
ears denotes geunroslty, which Is proba
bly the reason why a mule Is so free with
Ills hind legs.
tW " 'Tititlon 1" exclaimed au Irish
sergeant to his platoon : "front face, and
tlnd to rowl call I As many of ye as Is
preslnt will say "Here!" and as many
of ye as Is not preslnt will say "Absent!"
tjjr A saloon keeper, having started
business In a place where trunks had
been made, asked a friend what he bad
better do with the old sign, "Trunk Fac
tory." "Oh," said the friend, "just
change the "T" to a "D" and it will suit
83T A little girl was puzzling herself
about her transference from heaven to
this mundane sphere, and questioned
her mother : "Did the angels have a fu
neral when Icameway V" "I presume
there was no funeral," replied the moth
er. "Well," said the child, "I presume
they all felt bad." ,
O" I say, old fel, you haven't got a
half dollar' piece about you that you
don't know what todo with, have you?"
"Thanks but1 hello, I say,youknow,
It's bad I"
"You asked me for one I didn't know
what to do with!"
tW A correspondent writes: "The
editor of a well-known Irish paper wrote
as follows to a friend of mine, a lady,
who had sent a poem to him :
" Madam, there are two drawbacks to
your effusion : first of all, the handwrit
ing is so bad that I couldn't read it; and
secondly, after I read it, I found it defec
tive in rhymes."
CT Every now and then some chap
writes to a newspaper for a recipe to pre
vent hair from coming out. If men
would go home from the lodge before
midnight with their legs sober, their
hair wouldn't come out so rapidly. We
always go home early, and we have
more hair now than the day we were
Little Master Roddy has been in
the habit of putting his pennies Into the
box at Sunday-school till last Sunday,
when he came running into the bouse
In a breathless hurry and shouted:
'Mamma, I shan't save np my pennies
any more. The money don't go np to
God 1 I saw Mr. Kelly take it and put
it in his pocket!"
3" Several young men were sitting to
gether, and a young lady happened to ap
proach the vicinity. One "real sweet"
young fellow, seeing, as he supposed,
the young lady looking at him, remark
ed, playfully, and with a becoming sim
per, "well, Miss , you needn't look
at me as though you wanted to eat me."
"Oh, no,"sweet!y replied the young la
dy, "I never eat greens."
C3" It la told of a serious and some
what absent-minded astronomer, that
one evening be accompanied bis wife to
a wedding, and with the rest of the
guests advanced to congratulate the
newly-married pair. He shook hand
gravely with them, but not a word spake
be. ''Why didn't you say something to
them V" reproachfully asked bis wife.
"I don't know," replied the absorbed
professor ; "I didn't think I bad any
new facts to impart."
VM9 'J. . 1 . I'M
1ST He was an entire stranger to all
the girls present, and the boys were
mean and would not introduce him.
He finally plucked up courage, and
stepping up to a yonng lady requested
the pleasure of ber company for the next
dance. She looked at blni in surprise,
and informed him that she bad not the
pleasure of bis acquaintance. "Well,"
remarked Cazenovla, "you don't take
any more chances than I do."