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THE TIMES NEW BLOOM FIELD, 1A FEBRUARY 3, 1880.
A Strange Surqluat Operation.
Tltey nro martin", it man's left-lmnil mid
dle (Inner In place or III nnw, nt Itellevne
Hospital, Now York. Ho lind Imdadl
ease wliloli leniloroii ttooesmirj the iomo
1 of lii Winn, mid ho didn't like tlio way
people looked nt lilm In tho atrretK, so lie
Askeri tho visiting miivji'oii to give lilm a
now nose. Tho scur in healing hnd con.
traoted hi (untitles, fityln fully. Ilia lif
hand middle llnixei' wits Crimen in ice and
unit, to deatroy the nail, while he was tin
der the Inlluonoe of iwioithellos. The
akin nan then lemovcd from the end of the
Anger to about the origin of the nail the
XroEen, nalllusg, (lnor already dnscilbed.
Two Hups weie rained fiom the palmiite
aurfaoe of tlie linger, and a allvor wire,
armed with a nceillo at either end, waa
passed through the end of the linger.
Two Haps were also raised front the face on
either sldo of tho opening of the nose, and
then tho end of tho tinner waa placed In n
pocket nmdo In the Mi in where the none
formerly had been. The rBW aurfacea of
the llaps of tho linger were then atllchcd to
tho raw aurfacea of the flaps of tho face.
His hand bring thus over his mouth, blood
ran down his throat Hud nearly choked
U;m. Artificial breath lug was proSuoed
by opening the larynx and putting in n
tracheotomy tube. Ho has now been un
der tho inlluenco of morphia for a month.
They me now gradually stopping the sup
ply of blood from the finger, and whon tho
now nose Is supplied with life from the
face tho linger will bo amputated at tho
State Prison Burned.
Tte-w York, Jau. 8(5. At a quarter past
eight o'clock this morning a tire was dis-
oovered in the shoo uliop connected with
the King's county penitentiary at Flat
bush. There were 425 piisuncrs and 800
outside hands in the building at the timo.
Tho lire was first discovered on tho first
floor at tho west end of the main building.
Flumes weis Bubsetineiitly Uincoveied In the
attio in tho middle of the main building.
Warden Shevliu took prompt measures to ,
got every one out of tho building and for
the suppreKHiou of tin- il.imea. Though the
building, which is a tluce-ntory structure,
was const ructed of atone, there waB so
much wood work about it that tho Humes
found plenty of fuel, unit it was entirely
consumed ; only the burn -walla are left. It
was erected ten jciim ugo, ami cost tho
couuty about $11)0, OHO. The building was
not iiinmed, hh the cuunty never injures its
An Unhandy Hotel.
A young husband anil wife from an iu
torinr county stopped at tho Weddel House,
in Cleveland, ou Monday night week and
- were assigned a room ou the first floor
from the skylight. About one o'clock the
young man made his ndveut in the ofllco,
with a small water-piclier iu his baud, and
glancing inquiringly around stepped to the
street and looked out iuto tho gloom. He
then retraced bis titeps and started for the
ladies' entrance. A bellboy, whose ourios
ily bad arisen, followed in pursuit and over-
hauled the solomn-visnged guest ou Supe
rior street. Turning quickly, he said :
"Bub. where's your well? Strkes me
things are mighty unhandy around this
tavern." The boy found the "well," and
then initiated tho visitor into the mysteries
of the bell-cord.
One Wife for Cash, One for Love.
John Dyer of Keudalville, Indiana, desir
ed to marry two woman tho widow Myers
for the sake of the $3,000 she possessed,
and Belle Bly because he loved her. He
determined to got over the difficulty by
marrying Mrs. Myers, killing her and then
marrying Miss Bly. The plan was par-.
tially successful, for he married Mrs. My
ers, and then destroyed her by poison ;
but bad talked to Miss Bly in a tray that
aroused her suspiciou, and she started an
investigation that has resulted in his con
demnation to the gallows.
Three Bodies found in a Barrel.
New York, Jan. 27. A special from
Atlanta Ga. says ; Two barrels, shipped to
B.J. Avery & Sou, Atlanta, plow manu
facturers, were open yesterday and found
to oontain the corpses of the half grown
persons, which owing to recent develop
ment of this vicinity regarding body snatch
ing, caused considerable sensation. The
police were notified, and it was soon found
that they belonged to another Avery, a
druggist, of reach tree street, and were for
the Atlanta, Elcctic Medical colloge and
came from near Ciuoinnali. ,
A Lawyer's Big Bill.
Henry L' Clinton, the principal counsel
for W. II. Vanderbilt in the Vanderbilt
twill case, has sent in his bill to his client.
The bill Mr. Vanderbilt is called upon to
pay amounts to $250,000. It is made up
in items and each particular service is spec
ified. Mr. Vanderbilt has refused to pay
it, and it is said Mr. Clinton has given
him a week to consider the matter.
I3T Mrs. Williams, aged 10, has applied
for a divorce, at Kansas City, from a man
whom she married when she waa 13. She
intends to go iuto wedlock again as soon
as she gets free. '
Information for the People!
Just Kcccivcd Somo Special Bargains!
We Ask Your Attention to Sonic, as Follows :
IN DRESS GOODS WE HAVE
Momic cloths in various qualities, 20 to 2cts. pcr'ynrd.
Australia Crepe a beautiful goods, 30cts. per yard.
Cashmeres various qualities, 14 to 75c:ts. per yard,
Scotch l'laids, 10 to lGcts. per yard.
Ladies' cloths in several colors.
3000 yards Good Prints at f Cents per yard.
I ALSO HAVE If slfTili BARGAINS SUCH J1S :
Good Canton Flannel, - (, 8 and 10 cents per yard.
Heavy Cottonade Pants at - $1.25 per pair.
"Winter Shirts from GO cents up.
Shirts and Drawers all prices.
Overalls all prices
And LOTS OF OTHER GOODS for Men's Wear.
OUll STOCK OF
Gcrmantown Yarn und Zephyrs,
Hosiery, Gloves, Notions, &c,
Will 1)0 Found Complete.
Vo .Also Htivo
HARD WARE OF ALL KINDS,
BOOTS & SHOES TO SUIT ALL,
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c.
In fact if you want ANY KIND OF GOODS, you stand
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TIIK ritB.SS COMPANY
S. W. Seventh and Chestnut Sts.,
JOB PHIIdTINQ of every description neatly!
at bug uiuuiuueiu xiiuosoi.eani.ioo ouice.
Sulphur Springs Property,
F UBLIC SALE.
THE Sulphur Springs that has been wanted for
many years situated In Horse Valley, To.
li'iyne township, Perry county, will be olfered at
public sale on
T1IU1LSDAY, IEBKUAKY iilli, 1880.
The property contains,
of land, all cleared except 25 acres, and has there-
A Good Frame Dwelling House,
A HOOD BARN,
and other out-buildings. There Is also on the farm
one ot the finest. Hulphur Springs in the Hlate for
a summer resort) there is alio a stream of water
running through Hie farm, nn which is a good
Saw Mill, always well supplied with water.
For further information apply to. J.F. HocK
bniiekbv, East Waterford, JuuiaU county, Pa.
M0TICE TO TAXPAYERS.
Notice Is hereby clven that the Commissioners
of Perry county will hold the Appeals on the Tri
ennial Assessments at Hie following times and
places. lieu aud where all persons aggrieved may
At New (iermantown. for Tobovne two., on
Tuesday the 27th of Jan. 1HH0.
At Hialn, for said borough and Jackson twp.,
on Wednesday the 28th Jau. 1HU.
At Andersonburg. for Madison twp., on Thurs
day the2)th Jan. 180.
ai nauoy mil, ior said aisinci on rrway me
)th Jun. IsHO.
At ickesnurg, tor Savllle twp., on Saturday the
list Jan. 1U
At Kevstoue. for ltve two., ou Tuesdav the Sd
At Siiermansdate. for Carroll two., on Wednes
day the 4th Feb. 1HH.I.
ai nine uan.ior opriog iwp. on inursaay otn
At Landlsburg. for said Bornucu and Tvrone
twp.. nn Friday the tit h Feb. lHHd.
At Centre Sohool house, for WheatUeld twp., on
Tuesday the 1 th Feb. m.
At New Buffalo, for said Borough and Watts
twp,, on Weduesday the 11th Feb. lssn.
At Montgomery's Ferrv, for Uullalo twp., ou
Thursday the 12'h Feb. 1W0.
At Liverpool, for said Horough and Liverpool
twp., on Filday the l ull Feb. lt0.
At Donnally n Mills, for Tuscarora twp,, on
Thursday the 19th Feb. 1HW.
At M Kurd, for Jun ata two., on Frldav tlie ZCtli
At Marvsvi lie. for said Borousb. on Mondav tlie
i'SdFeb. I WW.
At Duncannon. for Pcnn twD . on Tuesday the
24th Feb. MtO.
At Duncannon. for said Borough, on Wednes
day the 2.rth Feb. MO.
at miuersiown. ior saia iiorougu ana ureen
wood twp., on Thursduy the vlttlh Feb. 1880.
At Newport, for Oliver two., aud llovve twD.
on Friday the 27th Feb. lftst ,
At Newnorl. for said Boroimhand Miller two..
ou Saturday the 2Stli Feb. IKSU
At Dloomlleld. for said Horourh and Centre
twp,, on Tuesday the Sd March, IsttO.
Appeals to begin at 9 o'clock. A. M., and close
at H P. M. J. W. UANTT,
JOHN W. CHARLES,
11KNRY SHUM AKFK.
Attett; County Commissioners.
CALVIN r EIUON, cierk.
Aud notice Is also hereby given that the Gen
eral Appeals following the District Appeals, will
t-e held In the Commissioners' (Jlllce la Bloom-
neiu, as follows;
For the Districts of Tnboyne, Blaln, Jackson,
Maiiison. Hsndv Hill. Savllle. K111I112. Tyrone.
Carroll and Blonmlleld on
'Jhurmlay the tth any 0 March, 1880 j
And (or the Districts o( Oliver. Miller. Newport.
Penu. Duncsniinn. Marysviile, Rye, Watts, New
Hnllalo. biillalo twp.. Howe, Ureeuwood, Millers
town, Liverpool twp., Liverpool borough, aud
ittay the 5(ft 0 March, 1880:
and after said District aud Ueueial Appeals are
over, no further appeals will be heard.
J. W, UANTT.
Attest: Count Commissioners
Calvis Nolbox, Clerk, Jan. 1 1880,
HORSK AND OATTLK POWDERS
will enrs or prTM DUaua.
No ffnsul will die of Col to. Botb or Ivt Tt-
T. It Kotttf'i Powttnrasra om1 in Umit, .
KonU's Powilsrt will curs sml pravsn t Hon Cnoi.lBA
fnuui Powdsrs will prsvnnl Oapbs in Fowls.
' Konul Powilrrs will Innresu tha qnsntlir of milk
nd nrxsm twauty par oant, and niska tua totittcr arm
Fotitxl Powdsrs will etira or prevent alnoat srnr
DiasAia to which llorxi and ( utile sra inlilrrt,
KndTt's Powdsss WIU it Hathfaotios.
DAVID S. rOVtm, Prerf tstOT,
For Bnle by 8. H. Binuli, o Ilioumneld,
Perry County, Pa. 4 ly
UDAKKIl CUT UALVAM10 CO. JhtlaA.tphiZi'a!
48 A l:it
C. H. LiTTt.KPitst.n A Co. Dkaii Mit; I have
been Ironbled with (.'alarrh In all Us forms for
the last kn years, and have used all lemedies
reeoimnsntled tonure. lint reeelved Utile or no
bnuelll, until I tried the Cotistliutloual Catarrh
Itemed v. I have mil v niert one bottle and a half,
and I am so much betler that I can say It lins cur
ed me. My daughter-in-law has alw been sllllcled
for the last four years. Him Is now using thn
remedy wllh the same result. I can truly say It
Is a wonderful ineiliaiiin, as I know from eiei.
euen that It will eiii.e any case of Catarrh. I for
merly lived at Napaiiee. Out. Uniting that you
will introduce the medicine thrntiKh i he Dominion
thorouglily, so Hint mv fellow stiltomrs may have
an opportunity of getting cured i,( Hiig dlfcate,
N. It I have always been subject to headache)
slneetaklug tlieConstliulioiial I lisvn not been
troubled In the least. It will cuiehcndacliB In I wo
or three hours. N, Siiuiiet.
V n v t i o
can be cured bv the continued tiseof OHMU'
(!OD I.I VKIt OIL and LAC K) PIIOHPII A'l H OF
1.1 MK. a cure for Cousuiniitlnii. Cough Cold"
Asthma, lliouehllls. ami all Scrofulous iht-eascs.
Ask your druggist for OHviliN'f ami lake no oili
er. If he has not got It, I will send 1 bottle
anywhere nn receiptor I F.xprnss paid.
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D. U. FESaif t CO, Datzoit, Kica.
Wakametkla, tha Medicine Mai
Kothlng has been added to the medicine and
frothing lisa been tnken away. It Is without doubt
lhaUa.T Puairiitnof tha Iliioaud llsaawsaof
tbe Btbtim aver known to man.
This Byrup poaaeasas varied properties.
It acta upon the I.lver.
It acta upon tlio Kidneys,
It renlale the lloweis.
It put Idea I lie lllood.
It liufeta tho Nervona Myetetn.
It promote lMireatlon.
II Nourlahes, Strengthen and Invls
llcarrlea olTllio old blood and make
It openj thn porea of the akin, and
Induce Healthy feraplrallou. '
4t,,Lr'".t",!'r''" horetlltary taint, or potion In
ills blood, which generates Bcrofiila,Krysl'ea, and
il manner or skin diseases snd Internal linmort.
Thara are nosplrlts employed In fu manufariom.
Sad It caa ba taken by tlio most delicate halra, or
bjfUiiMiged and feeble, car anfy Mng njmrtd In
INDIAN BLOOD SYRUP
Laboratory, 77 W. 3d St., New TorlCilj,
uti or JIIUIT CITT.
Tho Best Hemady Known ta Kan I
Dr. Clark Johnson having associated himself
with Mr. Kdwln KaKtman, nn eiipedcftptlve,lone
slave to Wakamntkla, the modlclne man of tha
(,'omancltes, is now prepared lo lend his aid In the
Introduction of thnwoiiderrnl remedy of that tribe.
Tlieoxnnrlnnrnof Mr. Kasttnan being similar to
that of Mrs. C'h.i". Jones and son, of Wanlilneton
Co., Iowa, an account of whoi suffering wera
UtrilliitKly narrated In tits Ntm Ynrk Hiraldot Dee.
loth, 1H7R, the fneta of which are o widely
known, end ar nearly parallel, that but little men
tion of Mr. Eastman s experiences will be given
Itere. They are, however, published fn neat vol
iimo of .luu pszos, entitled, "Sevensnd Nine Years
Among the Coinnnehcs and Apaches," of which
mention will bo insdo hereafter. Suffice It to say,
that for toveral years, Mr. Kastmtin, while a cap
tive, was ronitrf'iled to gsther the roots, (tnrna,
barks, herbs and berries of which Wakametkla'a
medicine was innde, and Is still prepared to pro
vide tho mm ma'-erial for the suecaasfal Intro
duction of the med'eine to the world; and ftssnrea
the public thnt the remedy i the same now A4
when Wukauictkla conipellvd him to make it.
Edwin Eastman In Indian Costume.
Bsv amd Kin Ysam Amoks rar Cow Amas
asd afachss. A neat volume of 300 pages,
being aaimple statement of tha horrible factit
connected with tha sad maaaaen of helples
family, and the captivity, tortures and ultimate
escape of itatwoaarvfviog members. For aala
by our agenta generally. Prica It 00.
The Incidents of tha masascra, briefly narrated,
are distributed by agenta, rasa of charga.
Mr. Eastman, being alnvMl constantly St tho
Vest, engaged In gathering and curing th materi
als of which the medicine Is composed, the aola
business management devolves npoo Dr. Johusoa..
and tha remedy has beea called, and 1 knows aa
Dr. Clark Johnson's
INDIAN BLOOD PURIFIER.
Price of Largs Bottles ....... $1.00
Price ef Small Bottles 60
Read tha voluntary testimonials of person wba
have beea cured by th use of Dr. Clark Joosaoa
lndlaa lllood Syrup, In your own vicinity.
Testimonials of Cores.
All That t Is Recommended to Be.
MaI'LETos Deiw, Pa.
Dear Rir: Tills is to eertlfv that I havensed
your INDIAN BI.UUD SVUI Pin my fainiiy with
Ihe best satisfaction. Mv w fe w:ts attlirred with
Dyspepsia, and indeed was troubled with all Ihe
dlaeas the Dyspeptic Is heir to. and your medi
cine has giveu her more relief than ant thing she
ever used. D ia a safe and, sure remedy, all it Is
recommended to be. A. M. PAUK.EB.
Another Case of Dyspepsia.
Maplciom I i spot. Pa.
IlEiR Sir I hereby eerlif lhat 1 had Dvsuep
sla so bad that whatever I ats turned sour on my
stomaeh and caused me to tibuit. 1 fried your
great INDIAN H I.I Mil) SVRfP and am now abi
lu eat anvthii.g I with itbotit incoi'venience. 1
would recommend It to a 1 simi'at Iv attlieted.
. JKNNlfc blUjOMBAlOH.
fs DR. CLARK ,X
La .jit z
Pains la hltoulilt nt.
fiairn's Point. PekrvTo . Pa.
Dear Sir: f haveUM-d your excellent INDIAN
!tt,lil)!3VKUP for Paiu in the Mionlders. wltk
benetluial results. KLlZAAtlll bMEB.
A Talnalile Medicine.
Uuita'a Point. Perry Co.. Pa.
Dear 8ir: This m iu certify that your INDIAN
BI.OUD .HVKI P has been used by ins for rtiiort
uessof Bieaih, and it done me more good than
uy niediciiie I have ever Ukeu. I would reoouA
mend it to all sutleiers.
Ml IIENUY EOIDEB.