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THE TIMES, NEW IJL00MF1ELI), PA., AP111L 27, 1880.
JE. JUNK.IN, Attorney-at-taw,
New Bloom Held, Perryco., Pa.
r Ofllce Next duor to the residence ef Judge
AM. MARK.EL. Attorney. at-I.aw,
i Mew Bloomlleld, Peny county, Pa.
t-T" Office opposite the Mansion House. aud
threo doors east of the Post-Ulllce.
NEW BL00MF1ELD, FERRY CO., PA.
ar-01alms promptly ananred collected
Wrltlugs and all legal business carefully attend
ed to. da yl
CUABLKS II. SMILEY, Attorney at Law!
New Bloomttelri, Perry Co. Pa,
r-OIuue two doors east o( Joseph Smith's
hotel. August 2, 1872.
TTM. A. SP'ONHLEB, Attorney-at-Law,
fy. Olllce adjoining his resldenoe, on East
Main street, New iUoomtteld, Perry eo., Pa. 3 i ly
WM. N. HEIBERT. Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa.
Bloomlleld, 3 33 It.
LEWIS POTTEK, notabt PUBLIC, New Bloom
Held. Perry Co., Pa.
1 W r. .1 l).n..la Un.L.HM n n rl T rm m nm nn..,nll.
repared and acknowledgements taken. All
Inds of Pension and Bounty imners drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be reed In
anyeourc inme uniteauiaies. 7 luiy
CUAS. J.T.McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa.
All professional business promptlyandfalth
fully attended to. 3 2 It.
AIT"- A MORRISON,
VV JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NewGebmantown, Perryco., Pa.
-KemlttanceswUlbe made promptly for all
Collections made. 744
CIIA8. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
.Ofnceon high street. North side, nearlyou
posite the Presbyterian church. 8 Sly
L. LIOtJETT. Attornst-at-Law,
Newport, terry County. Pa,
Having permanently located at Newport, will
Hive prompt and careful attention to all bust
ness matters committed to his care.
t- Olllce, No. 3D North Second Street.
Newport, April 2? 1878.
R. R. M. ALEXANDER,
New Bloomlleld, Perry County, Pa.
Olllce on Carlisle, Bt.,one door South of J. E. and
Judge Junkin's law olllce. Everything belong
ing tothe profession done In the best manner.
ALU Wouk Wahrasted. Terms moderate. 28
P. BOLLINGER, M. D.,
having located In Newport, offers Ills Profes
sional services to all who may need them . t
Chronic diseases of every description cured.
VOlUee In Dr. Shatto's building, 4tk Street
March 4, 1878. ' : ;
j OLD AND RELIABLE, ;
JJJb. ' Sanfobd s Live it LmaoiUTOiiS
Sis a Standard Family Remedy for !?
lli'ooiliuiiinf tliaT.im. C 1. -t.i&
Sand Bowels. It is Purely 1
5 Vegetable. It never itSi H
Tlohilifntoa Tf. to '
5 . al"
i iOVi I i 9 E I BInvifforatoi
IE lias been lined!
T in my practice
B and by the public.
a w,.- ii ojt .
SnHV n,;ti. . ,i 5
nun uuicwucuwu renting.
SEND FOR CIRCULAR.
S, T. W. SANFORD) M.D., nbwtobkcitv'J
5 AX DntGUlST WILL TELL VOt ITS REPl'TATIOX. ?
June 24, 1879.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
V. Ill our orproTontPlsvua,
ITonss will ilia of Colic, Bots or Xajx& F-
n, if Foutz'i FowdcrtB.re nsedlottme.
J-''uti8 Powilcra will cure and proven tUoaCnoutit a,
Kontz'a Powders will prevent Gaphs in Fowi.k,
Foutz Powcri will lnnrer.e tlie quantity of milk
nd cream twenty per ceuu nd make tha butter firm
md ewcet. .
FoqU'b Powder wfll care or prevent almost bvbxt
Dissahk to wliirh Horses and Cuttle are subject.
Foutz Powdkb will oitb Batisfaotiok.
CAVXD I. rotTTZ, Proprietor,
For Rale by 8. B. Smith, New Bloom fleKl
Perry County, Pa. 4 ly
i A. WEEK In your town, and no capl
I tal risked. You can glvethe business
'a trial without expense. The best
I opportunity ever ottered for those
willing to work. You should try
nothing else until you see tor your
self what yon can do at the business
we offer. No room to exDlain here.
Yon can devote all your time or only your spare
tine to the business, and make great pay for
every hour that you work. Women can maVe as
much as men. Keud for special private terms ana
particulars, which we mail free. 15 Outnt free.
bon't oomplalnof hard times while you have such
a chance. Address H. HALL If XT 00., rort
land, Maine. tOly
R im is
Don't you want somechesp
goods for ranis ana buhs t
you do, doa't fall to ex
mine the splendid assortment for sale by F
MUKIIMEU. You can suit yourself In style and
Ready Mixed Paints !
READY MIXED PAINTS !
nowateb.no chemicals, nobknzinh,
BUT A fCBK
READY FOR USE.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAIST
BENT BT MAIL.
"IS PPT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD AND OIL. VIZ : NICELY
BKU8HED OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON LIKE WATEB FAINT.
And roti Will Prove It to bo the Best
Liquid Paint lu the Market.
JOHN LUCAS Ac CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Green,
white lead; colors,
t3? For Sample Cards npply to F. Morti
mer, New Bloomlleld. Fa., or to John Lucas &
2EIGLER & SWEARINGEN'
8HAFFNEK, ZIEGLER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers la
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BRITTON A Co.,
No. 505 MARKET BTREET,
PHILADELPHIA. T 1
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and madeto Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 523 Minor Streets
3. Publishers of Sanders'New Readers, and
Brooks' Arithmetics. Also. Robert's lllntnrvof
the UnltedHtates.Felton'sOutllne Maps, So.
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
, , WHOLESALE
No.' 625 Market Street.
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 133 MARKET ST.,
QRAYBILL & CO., "
Wholesale Dealers! n
Oil ClothB, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding, .
Batting, Twines, &c,
And a line assortment of y
WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 Market street, above 4th, '
m. g. rmrmi & co.,
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS & SHOES,
31 NORTH THIRD STREET,
1'IIIf. ilH.M'IU 1.
n- Hueclnl attention tjveu to orders.
North Kast Coruer ot 2nd and Area Street.
J S. DOUGHERTY : '
D. J. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
Hia MAUKKT STHEJST,
jjallTsh : en kTco.,"
405 & 407 'Xarket Street,
(Old Stand of Bareroft &Co.,) i
January I, 187!.
TTfD TJTT"T'"I7T C M
J.JLVJL JJA.JL XJuiXvKJs
(A Dlcdlclne, not n Drlnli,)
AMD T'If. PuBEflT AXO UK8T BtEUlOAX. QDALmMI OT
azj. onrea Bittem.
.Vll Diseases of the Stomach, Dowcln, Blood, LiTer,
ICldncTS, and Urinarj Organfl, l.orroustion, Bleep-
lessnen and espectallj Female Complalnta.
" 1000 IX GOLD.
Will bo paid for a case they will not euro or help, or
for anything Imnare or Injurious found In them.
Ask jour drutrelst for Hop Bitters and try them
before 70a Bleep. Take no other.
Hor Couan Ccbb Is the sweetest, safetrt and best. I
The nop Pad for Btomach, Uvor and Kidney Is rape-1
riortoau others. Cares by absorption. Askdracnrlst.l
D. L "C Is an absolute and Irresistible cure for drank-1
ennees, use of opium, tobacco and nareotlcsi
HKtSKX Bend for circular.
Aboniold by dratrtta. Hap lmten M r.Co. Rochaatcr, J
HflRQF Send 25 centi In stamps or currency
nunac for Bllew uokse BOOK. It treats
all dldeases, has 35 tine engravings showing posi
tions assumed by sick horses, a table of doses, a
Rill"!! large collection of valuable recipes,
wuuix rules for telling the ageot a horse, with
an engraving showing teeth of each year, and a
large amount of other valuable horse informa
tion. Dr. Wm, H. Hall says : " I have bought
books that I paid 15 and til) for which I do not
like as well as I do yours." HEND FOR A C1R.
CULAlt AOENT8 WANTED. B. J. KEN
DALL. Enosnurgh Falls, Vt. 20 ly
The Book can also be had by addressing
" TUB Times," New Bloomlleld, Pa.
(Successor to Dr. M. B. Btrivklor)
NEW ULOOMFIELD, PENN'A.
HAVING succeeded the late firm of Dr. M. B.
Btrickler In the Drug Business at his Store-room,
on MAIN STREET, two doors East ot the Big
Spring, I will endeavor to make It In every way
worthy the patronage of the public.
Personal and strict attention AT ALL TIMES
given to the compounding ami dispensing Physi
cians' presclptions.No as to Insure acouracy and
guard against accident.
in: A It IN JIIM
that my stock has been recently seleoted and eare
taken to have everything cf the BEST QUALI
TY. The public may rest assured that ALL med
lolnes tnat leave mv store shall be as represented
-PUKE and UNADULTERATED.
I HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
HAIK OIL and POMA.DE8
HAIK, TOOTH and NAIL BRUSHES.
SURGEONS, TOILET, and
PUFF BOXES, TOILET POWDERS,
CASTILE and FANCY bOAPH.
PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS,
Together with Fresh and Genuine Patent Medi
cines of every description.
Segars, Tobacco, School Books, die.
ORANGES, LEMONS A BANANAS,
Pure Wines and Liquor for Medicinal
' Purposes. '
Tortus, Strlotly , Cash. .
By strict attention to business. I hope te inert
the ooundenoe and favor of the publio.
JACOB STRICKLER, Ph. G.
April 29, 1879.
UN Vll KOK I TKI
FOR THE NEXT GO DAYS,
Before Our Advance in Prices I
Pianos $140 to $400
Alfnew, and strictly Dist olass, and sold at the
lowest net cash wholesale tuclory prices, direct to
the purchaser. These Pianos made one of the
finest displays at the Centennial Inhibition, end
were unanimously recommended for the Hkiiikst
Honors ovr I'J.WiO in use. Regularly Incorpo.
rated Manufacturing Co. Factory established
over 87 years. The Square Grands contain
Mathushek's new patent Duplex OverstruuK
Scale, the greatest Improvement In the history of
Piano maklnu. The Uprights are the FINEST IN
AMF.HKJA. Pianos sent on trial. Don't fall to
write for Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue of
48 pages mailed free.
Our new styles of JUBILEE ORGANS are the
best In the world. An 8stop organ only 65
with all the greatest, latest and best Improve
ments, possessing power, depth, brilliancy and
sympathetic quality ot tone. Beautiful solo ef
fect and perfect stop action . Solid walnut cases,
ot beautiful design and elegant finish. All
Pianos and Organs sent on 16 days' test trial
freight free If tiiisatislHctory. Circular free.
HHKRT MUSK) half price. Dollar's worth at
one third of price. Catalogue ot l.StjO choice
pieces sent on receipt of So. stamp. Address
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO..
21 East 16ih Street. Now York.
. September 16, 1879.
American and Foreign Patents.
GILMORE CO.. Successors to C'HIPMAN
HOSMKH & CO., Solicitors. Patents pro
cured In all countries. NO FEES IN ADVANCP.
No charge unless the patent Is granted. No fees
for muklug 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 olllce, Extensions before Con
gress. Infringement .Suits In different States, and
all litigation appertaining to Inventions or Pat
enls. Send Stamp to GUmore tSs Co., or pamuh
let of sixty pages.
LAND CASES. LAND WARRANTS ft SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the U.
8. General Land Olllce and Department of the
Interior. Private Land Claims, MINING and
PK.K EMPTION Claims, and HO M E8TE A D cases
attended to. Land Scrip in 40, Ho, any loo 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
I1.2S per acre. It Is of equal value with Bounty
Land Warrants. Send Stamp to Gilraore Hi Co..
for pamphlet of Instruction.
ARREARS OF PA V AND BOUNTY.
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the
late war. or their heirs, are In many cases entitled
to money from the Government of which they
have no knowledge. Write full history of service,
and state amount ot pay and bounty reoeived.
Enclose stamp to GILMORE & CO., and a full re
ply.afterexauilnation.wlll be given you Iree.
P J! N 8 1 O N 8. '
All OFFICERS, SOLDIERS, and SAILORS,
wounded, ruptured, or Injured In the late war,
however slight, can obtain a penson by addressing
GI I.MOR E & CO.
Cases prosecuted by GILMORE ft 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
experienced parties, embloyed by the old Arm.
Prompt attention to all business entrusted to
GILMORE & CO., Is thus secured. We desire to
win success by deservlnglt.
Address: GILMORE SCO.,
629 F. Street,
Washington, D. C.
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February 17iu ira.
oftT The observant small boy went to
church and heard the minister say in
his prayer, " Grant us, O Lord." He re
ported at home that the minister had
"come out strong for Grant."
tW Wonder If we should name our
paper " Trouble " would anybody bor
row It. Marathon Independent. Bless
you, yes; everybody would want It; no
one could possibly get along without
A robust countryman meeting a
physician ran to hide himself behind a
wall. Being asked the cause he replied :
"It is so long since I have been sick
that I am ashamed to look a physician
in the face.
. J3T A little girl went timidly into a
store at Bellaire, O., the other morning,
and asked the clerk how many shoe
strings she could get for five cents.
" How long do you want them ?" he
asked. " I want them to keep," was
the answer, in a tone of slight surprise.
" We men of Bourse," he said to
his friend, " are sadly calumniated. I
have, now, been at the Bourse for more
than ten years, and I never knew but
two rascals who amounted to anything.
" And who is the other Y" asked the
tJST H was at the " fag end of the
war." Richmond had fallen. A South
Carolina soldier drudging alone with the
remnant of Lee's army said to his com.
rades: " Well, boys, blamed if I don't
begin to believe South Carolina was a
(if Because John Timber married
Annie Pine recently, a contemporary
calls it a regular wooden wedding to be
gin on, and supposes they will board
while the honey-moon beams on them,
rafter that they will decide weather
boarding or housekeeping is preferable.
sjy " Luke had it before ; Paul had It
behind ; boys never had it ; girls have
it but once , and Mrs. Mulligan has it
twice in the same place." This is a
queer kind of riddle; but then there's
nothing about It. The answer is sim
ply the letter "L."
Many a woman has said she
wouldn't marry the best man living.
They generally keep their word. When
they get to become old maids they be
come demoralized and take up with
some poor miserable slick whom they
have the pleasure of supporting.
y They were soon to be married.
He had vague ideas of house furnishing,
and he asked her what kind of carpet
he should get for the parlor. She an
swered, "Axminster." And then he
warmly protested that it was none of
the minister's business, and he wouldn't
jT A Western minister told the
trustees of his church that be must have
his money, as his family was suffering.
"Money I" said one of the trustees;
" you preach for money 1 I thought you
preached for good of souls." The min
ister replied : " I can't eat souls, and If
I could it would take a thousand such
as yours to make a meal."
2 A pompous lawyer said to the
keeper of an apple-stand : " Your busi
ness cares seem to be too much for you.
You should go Into something which is
not so trying to the brain." "Oh,
'taln't business," replied the annlp-
Beller; "its lyln' awake nights, tryiu'
to decide whether to leave my fortune to
an orphan asylum or to a home for nlav.
ed-out old lawyers, as is klllin me."
An old fellow whose daughter
had failed to secure a position as school
teacher, in consequence of not passing
an examination said : " They asked her
lots of things Bbe didn't know. Look
at the history question 1 They asked
her about things that happened before
she was born I How was she going to
know them? Why they asked her
about old George Washington and other
men she never knew. That was a pret
ty sort of examination.
Cg1" It was a Womau's Rights meet
ing. The speaker wax saying, " Let us
take our stand right here andUArmly re
solve that beither the votes nor the ar
guments of the opposite sex, nor any
power on this earth, shall turn us aside
or move us one inch from this poet'
Just here a wicked bat flew into the
room and the meeting adjourned with
so much quickness that some of the
members lost their back hair. The
speaker who could not be "turned
aside," was seventeenth from the last in
getting out at the front door. And It
is not certain that the bat was one of
the "opposite sex " either.