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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEFTEM11EU 11, 1680.
Philadelphia Advertisements j
JOHN CALVIN WALLI9, Attorney Bt-Law,
and Dlstrlot Attorney.
New Uloomlleld, Terry Co.. Pa.
VOnioe over Mortimer's new store. All legal
business promptly aud carefully transacted. .
May t, 1880.
JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-LaW,
Mew Dlooinlleld, Perry CO., Fa.
r Office Next door to the residence ofjurige
Juokl nj i t I
AM. MAKKEL, Attorney -at-Law,
New Bloomlleld, Ferry eounty, Pa.
fcsf" OtHee opposite the Mansion House. and
three doors east of the t'ost-WlUce.
J KVV19 PUTTER.
ATTOBSKY AT LAW,
NEW BLOOMFIELD, FERRY CO., FA.
rHnl.. nnnlnllMv aaAlirHll (till I .A t Al.
Writings and all legal business carefullyattend-
OUARLE8 II. HMILKY, Attorney at Law.
New Uloomlleld, Ferry Co. Pa.
rOftlae two doors ea ol Joseph Smith's
hotel. August 2, 1872.
WH. A.8PONSLER, Attorney-at-Law,
Ofllce adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New Uloomlleld, Perry Co., Pa. 3 1 y
TITM. N. 8EIBBRT, Attorney-at-Law,
Yy New Bloomlleld, Perry oo.. Pa.
Bloomlleld, 3 33 ly.
y KWI8 POTTER, notart public New Bloom.
JLi neid, rerryuo.,ra.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgage and Leases carefully
prepared and acknowledgements taken. All
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be reed In
any court m tne united states. iiuiy
CIIA3. J . T , Mcl N T I R B, A t torney-at-La w ,
New Bloomlleld, Ferry co.. Pa.
All prof esioimH)iuess promptly andfalth
fully attended to. 3 2 1 T.
VV JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NbwGehmantown, Perry co., Fa.
-Remittances will be made promptly for all
collections maae. i n
OHA3. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld. Ferry CO., Pa
.Offlce on high street. North side, nearly op
poslte the Presbyterian Church. . 3 21y
h. LIG&ETT. Attorn bit-at-L aw.
Newport, Perry County. Pa.
Having permanently located at Newport, will
give prompt and careful attention to all busl
ness matters committed to his care.
u Ollice, No. 30 North Second Street.
Newport, April 2? 1878.
U riiTsicInn and Surgeon.
A graduate of Cleveland Medical College.
Located permanently In the borough of Bloom
lleld. Oilers his Drofesslonal services to the citi
zens of BloomHeld and surrounding vicinity.
C.UIs In the country attended to promptly. Ollice
on Carlisle street, the one formerly occupied by
Dr. Ard. 19 in
R. R. M. ALEXANDER,
New Bloomlleld, Perry County, Pa.
Office on Carlisle, St., directly opposite the Pres
byterian Church. Everything belonging to the
profession done In the best manner. a.Aix
Work Warranted. Terms moderate. 28
W. ROWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon Dentist.
Office near Bixler'j Mills, where all professional
business will be promptly attended to. Dental
work of all kinds warranted In price and quality.
May 25, '80, ly.
MRS. LYDiA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PI NKH AIM'S
The Positive Core
For all Female Complaints.
This preparation, as its name signifies, constats of
Vegetable Propei-tle. that are hsnoloM to the most del
icate Invalid. Upon ou Mai th. merits of this Com
pound will be recognised, as relief Is Immediate and
when its use is continued, in ninety -nine cases in a Iran,
deed, a permanent euro is eft eoted,as thousands will tea.
tifv. On aooount of its proven merits, it Is to-day re
commended and prescribed by the best physicians la
It will care entirely the worst form of filling
of the uterus, Lencorrhces. irregular and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulceration, Flooding, all Displacements and the con
sequent spinal weakDwm, and U especially adapted to
the Change of lite. It wlU dissolve and expel tumors .
fromtheutemsinanearly stage of development. The
tendency to wuioerous hmiKira thero is checked very
speedily by its use.
In fact it has proved to be the great
est and best remedy that has ever boon discover
ed. It permeates every portion of the system, and gives
new life and vigor. It removes falntness,natulcncy, de
stroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weakness
It cures Bloating, Headaches, Scrroua rroat ration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, Is always permanently cured bf
ltsusa. It will at all times, and underfill circumstan
ces, act In harmonv with the law that governs the
For Kidney Complaints) of either sex this compound .
Lydia E. Pinkham' Vegetable Compound '
Is prepared at SSS and 91 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mnea.
Price $1.00. BIX bottles for 15.00. Sent by mall In the
farm of pills, also in the form of Losoncca, on receipt
of pries, tun, per box, for either. Mm. PD.mu.Sl
freely answers all Icttoranf Inquiry. Send for pam
phlet. Address as above Mention tkU paptr.
Ko family should be without LYDIA E. PIXXHAM -LIVER
FILLS. They ours Constipation, Biliousness,
ud Torpidity of tlMi Llvsr. Uoentsper box.
tVGEO. A. KELLYb CO., General Agents,
rttlsmirch. Fa. - Also for sale by Jacob Ktrlclt
ter, Mew iilonnueld, Pa. K7uly
E STATIC JTOTICK.- Notleols hereby glT
n that Letters of Administration on the
estate of Andrew J. Burd, of Buflalo township,
ferry county, l'a., dee'd. have been granted to
John I'otterof said township.
All persons I udebted to said estate are requested
Co make immediate payment, and those having
claims against snid estate will preseut them duly
avntheDtivaled for settlement to
; , JOHN POTTER,
Lewis PoUcer. U'y.
Ready Mixed Taints I
READY MIXED TAINTS !
nowatkb.no chemicals, no benzine.
BUT A PCRK
READY FOR USE.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PAI5T
BENT BT MAft.
IT IS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE
nun ijf.iif Aniuiiii nitjuija
BitUHUKI) OUT. NOT FLOWED
OS LIKE WATER PAINT
And Ton Will Prore It to be the Best
Liquid Taint In the Market.
JOHN LUCAH .fc CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Green,
WHITE LEAD, COLORS,
" t3f For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti
mer, New Bloomlleld, Pa., or to John Lucas &
EIGLER & SWEARINGEN'
8HAFFNER, ZIEQLER ft CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co..
No. 505 MARKET BTREET,
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers Id
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
11 LAN It BOOKS
Always on hand, ana niadeto Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 623 Minor streets
. Publishers of Rnrir'Nni itoonr. ...A
Brooks'ArlUnnetlcs. Also, Robert's Histo'ryaf
the UnltedStates.Felton'sOutllne Maps,&o.
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street.
JANNEY & ANDREWS
' r No. 133 MARKET ST.,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
, Wholesale DetJersln
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, ic,
And a Bne assortment of
WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
No. 420 Market street, above Mb
III l.C. Li:, M O IT A C O.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Carpets,
Cotton A, Woolen Chain, !.
No. 333 MARKET STREET,
Merchants wishing to sclent from as large a
stock as can he found In the cltv, and at the
Luniuii uahii x-uiuna, suuuiu give me a can
WAINWRIGnT & CO.
North East Corner ot 2nd and Arch Street,
D. J. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
13 MA11KET STREET,
JJALL, SHENK & CO.,
405 & 407 Market Street,
(Old Stand of Barcroft &Co.,)
January 1, 1879.
Medicated extract of
nxi.T AM nEEF.
CURES Comsumptlon, Diabetes, Brlght's Disease,
Epilepsy .(.St. Vitus' s Dance, Hcrofula, If destruc
tion is not carried too far, and builds up constitu
tions ruined by excesses of wbaterer nature.
Take It and add your testimonial to the thousands
already obtained, For sale by all druggists,
r. E. CJ. 3L.TJIS
GERMAN ANTI-BILIOUS POWDER
IS a radical cure for Sick and Dull Headace,
Biliousness, Habitual Constipation, Piles, Palpi
tation of the Ileal t, Impurities of the Blood, as
Pimples, Dingy Hktu, Drowsiness, &c. It Is a mild
purgative and adapted to the most delicate con
stitutions. For sale by all druggists. Price 60 cti.
The best food for Infants and the most nutri
tious diet for Invalids. Contains all the muscle
and bone making elements of wheat, barley and
beef. Never deranges the stomach, Is easily dl
sested and does not cbanee lu anv climate. Fnr
Bale by all druggists. Price, 50 cents.
DR. E. 0. LUKS' German (toothing Remedy.
A perfect harmless and verv effective Svnm. of
pleasant taste, lor all painful affections of Infants
and children proceding and acoompauylna the
process of dentition. Do not let your darlings
suffer but procure a bottle at once. For sale bv
all druggists, Price, iidcls. May 25, '80, ly.
(Successor to Dr. M. B. Strlckler)
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PENN'A.
HAVINft succeeded the late firm nf Dr M. Tl.
Strlckler In the Drug Business at his Store-room,
on MAIN STREET, two doors East of the Big
Spring, I will endeavor to make it In every way
nui ,uj ,u (isiiuiinKv ui uib puuuu.
Personal and strict attention AT ALL TIMES
Klven to the coinDoundlnir and rilsnenainu Pliv.l.
clans' presoiptions.so as to insure accuracy and
IKI3A.ll IX JIIXI
that my stock has been recently selected and care
taken to have everything of the BEST QUALI
TY. The public may rest assured that ALL med
icines that leave my store shall be as represented
PURE and UNADULTERATED.
I HATE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
HAIR OIL and POMADES
HAIR, TOOTU and NAIL-BRUSHES. . . .
SURGEONS. TOILET, and
PUFF BOXES, TOILET POWDERS,
CASTILE and FANCY BOAPS
PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS,
Together with Fresh and Genuine Patent Medi
cines of every dascription.
Segars, Tobacco, School Books, &c,
ORANGES, LEMONS & BANANAS,
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal
Ternw, Strictly Cash.
By strict attention to business. I hope to merl
the coundeuoe and favor of the public. ,
JACOB STRICKLER. Ph. O.
April 29, 1879. ' r
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE !
TIIB MOST RUCCFJWPUL REMEDY EVER
discovered, as It Is certain in Its eifects and does
not blls'er. Read Proof Below.
From Iter. N. P. Granger,
Presiding Elder ot the St. Albans District.
St. Albans, Vt., Jan. 20th, 1880,
DR. J. B. KENDALL & CO., Gents: In rep'y
to your letter I will say that my experience with
Kendall's Hpavln Cure has been vory satisfactory
I ndeed. Three or four ) ears ago I procured a hot .
tie ot your agent, and with It, cured a horse of
lameness caused by Hpavln. Last season my
horse became very lame and I turned Win out for
a few weeks when he became better, but when I
put him on the road he grew worse, when I dis
covered that a ring bone was forming. I procured
a bottle of Kendall's Snavln Cure, and with less
than a bottle cured him so that he Is not lame,
neither can the bunch be found.
P. N. GRANGER.
Perseverance Will Tell 1
Btottghton, Mass., March 10th, 1880.
B. J. Kendall t Co., Gents: In Justice to you
nnd myself. I think 1 ought to let you know that I
have removed TWO BON R SPAVINS with Ken
dall's Spavin Cure," one very large onei don't
know how long the Spavin had been there. I
have owned the horse eight months. It took me
four months to take the larue one oil. and two
months for the small one. 1 nave used 10 bottles.
The horse Is entirely v,ell, not at all stiff, nnd no
bunch to be Keen or felt. This Is a wonderful
medicine. It Is a new thing here, but Kit does
for all what It has done for me Its sale will be very
great. Respectlully yours,
CM AS. E. PARKER.
Is sure In effects, mild In Its action as it does
not blister, and yet Is penetrating and powerful to
reach any deep seated pain or to remove any
bony growth or any other enlargement, If used
for several days, such as spavins, splints, curbs,
callous.spralus, swellings, any lameness and all
enlargements of the Joints or limbs, or rheuma
tism in man and for any purpose for which a lin
iment for man or beast. It is now known to be
the best liniment for man ever used, acting mild
and yet certain In Its eifects. It Is used full
strength with perfect safety at all seasons of the
Bend address for Illustrated Circular, which we
think gives positive proof ot its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified snc
ress, to our knowledge, for beast as well as man.
Price (1. per bottle, or Six bottles for to. All Drug
gists have It or can get It for you, or it will be sent
to any address on receipt of price bv the propri
etors. DR. B. J. KENDALL 4i CO.,
Enosburg Falls, Vermont.
" Kendall's Spavin Cure" Is now sold by all the
leading wholesale druggists and a large number
of prominent retail druggists.
r F. Mohtimeh, New Bloomlleld, agent for
Perry Co., I'a.
The Meriden Purchasing Co.,
West Iff erlden, Conn.,
Have Issued a most valuable Catalogue for House
hold reference, containing the NET CA8H
PRICES at which they will sell any of the pro
ductions of the
Celebrated Factories of Meriden,
Consisting of every conceivable pattern ot
Plain and Ornamental Silver
Plated and Cut Glassware,
Lamps, Chandeliers and
Bronzes, Table and
Scissors and Razors, The Unri
valed Wilcox & White Or
gans, the well-known
Parker Guns, and
of many Descriptions.
Persons desiring Staudard Articles of L'nques.
tionable Merit, for Weddings, Tresents, Orna
ments or Use,
At Meriden Prices,
can procure Catalogues free of charge at the
olUce of this paper, or from
The Meriden Purchasing Co.,
West Meriden, Conn.
In sending for Catalogue, or In giving an orde,
please mention that the adverlsement was seen
In Tub Times.
FOB THE NEXT GO DAYS,
Before Our Advance in Prices !
Pianos $140 to $400
All new, and strictly first-class, and sold at the
lowest net cash wholesale factory prices, direot to
the purchaser. These Pianos made one of the
finest displays at the Centennial Exhibition, and
were unanimously recommended for the Highest
Honors over 12,000 in use. Regularly Incorpo
rated Manufacturing Co. Factory established
over 87 years. The Square Grands contain
Mathushek's new patent Duplex Overstruug
Scale, the greatest Improvement in the history of
Plauo making. The Uprights are the FINEST IN
AMERICA, pianos sent on trial. Don't fall to
write for Illustrated and Descriptive Catalogue ot
it pages mailed free.
Our new styles ot JUBILEE ORGANS are the
best in the world. An 8 stop organ only 65
with all the greatest, latest and best Improve
ments, possessing power, depth, brilliancy and
sympathetic quality of tone. Beautiful solo ef
fect audperfeotBtop action. Solid walnut oases,
of beautiful design aud elegant tlulnh. All
Pianos aud Organs sent on 15 days' test trial
freight free if unsatlslactory. Circular lree.
SHEET MUSIC half price. Dollar's worth at
one tlilrd of price. Catalogue of 1,300 choice
pieces sent on reoelpt ol So. stamp. Address
MENDELSSOHN PIANO CO..
21 East 15th Street. New York.
September 16, 1879.
Don't you want some cheap
goods for Pants and Suits T
V. A fm ,! full
mun u - II Llllli if you do, don't fall to ex
amine the splendid assortment for sale by F.
MORTIMER. You oau suit yourself In style and
How He Knew Him.
The following amunlng examination
recently occurred In a court-room In one
of the Blue grass counties of Kentuoky :
General H., a prominent lawyer of that
region, was defending a prisoner charged
with horse stealing, and the witness
was swearing as to the Identity of the
stolen horse. General II., " How do
you know that this is the same horse V"
Witness (hesitatingly) S Well, I just
know It Is."
"Well, how V"
" I can't tell exactly how, but I know
It as well as I know you, General II."
" Well how do you know that I am
" Because JuBt before dinner I heard
Mr. C. say : General II., let's go and take
a drink,' and you went." . The Identity
was satisfactory to the Blue Grass jury.
8"A colored man was busily engaged
In Bawing some wood for a Galveston
gentleman. The " man and brother"
bad a large Masonlo breastpin on his
" Do you colored Masons and white
Masons affiliate V"
" Don't flllyate wuff a cuss."
"What's the mattery"
" Donno, boss, but I'se tried it. Dar
is a barkeeper In dls town what toted
dls heah berry same emblem. I was in
distress ; hadn't a dram all dat morning.
I cum in and gabe de distress signal."
"Did he respond V"
"He didn't respond right. He made
a motion at the door with one hand and
reached under the bar. I made the
sign once moah and he fetched me be
tween the shoulders wld de bung starter,
jest as I was get tin' out de doali.
SaTThe Rev. Daniel W. Poor, D. D.,
Is known among bis clerical associates
as an inveterate punster. On one occa
sion, after preaching a glowing sermon,
he was met, as he descended from the
pulpit, by a gentleman who commenced
a somewhat fulsome laudation of the
discourse. An lotlmate friend of the
doctor tapped him on the shoulder, with
the remark, " Dr. Poor, can you stand
o much soft-soap as that V"
" Why, yes, If there Is not to touch
lye in it," was the quick response.
On another occasion, being at a bridal
reception of a couple of the name of
Moore, be, in saluting the bride, remark
ed " Madam, you are one of the few
who can say, The More I want, the
More I have
C3 Yesterday Sill Hooley stopped In
front of a fruit stand on . Galveston av
enue, and picking out several peaches,
squeezed them until the stuffing came
out of them, trying to llnd out if they
were ripe, and then put them back.
" Look here ; I can't sell them peaches
after you have squeezed them." " You
didn't sell 'em before I squeezed 'em,
did you V" "No but " "Well if.
you don't sell 'em after I've squeezed
'em, you ain't any worse off than you
were before. You must learn to reason
man before you talk."
O" Just before visiting the menagerie,
Johnnie had a passage at arms with the
young aunt who assisted at his toilet,
and with whom be flew into a rage.
Arrived at the menagerie, Johnnie was
immensely interested by a foreign an
imal with long lithe body. " What anl.
mal is that mamma V" be asked. " It is
called the ant-eater, my son." After
long silence" Mamma can't we bring
Aunt Mary here, some day "
2" A Syracuse man came home from
fishing the other day, and meeting a
friend asked him in the house to see the
fish. Said he: "Come in, come in, and
I'll show you two of the largest and
finest speckled beauties you ever saw."
When they got into the house the friend
was introduced to the fisherman's two
Your visits remind me of the
growth of a successful newspaper," said
Unole Jabez, leaning hU chin on his cane,
and glancing at William Henry, who
was sweet on Angelica. "Why soV"
inquired . William Henry. Well they
commenced on a weekly, grew to be a
tri-weekly, and have now become daily
with a Sunday supplement."
The boy stood in the melon-patch,
When aU but him had fled.
And v talons of a royal feast
Went dancing through his head.
But the farmer and the bull-dog came.
And the boy. Oh I where Is he T
Go ask the doctormau who patched
His sore an-at o.mee I
tyAt a down-east revival an old lady
prayed fervently for the " young Iambs
of the flock." Another lady asked,
" Wouldn't it be well to Include the old
ewes ! A titter pervaded the meeting.