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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., JANUARY 18, 1881.
CntolilitQ a Clerical Sharper.
No long ngo a mild, clorlonl-looking gen
tlcman, rircsnml In blnck nnd deoorated
with A wlilte nooktle nd spectacles, arriv
ed at the city of Brooklyn. To several
theologlnns ho represented hlmiiclf as a
minister from one of the Southern Stated,
nod In hit arguments and controversies
upon the Gospel displayed tnlent and Uct
that nonplussod his opponents. On sever
al occasions he filled the pulpits of the
looal brethron, and preaohed with an elo
quence and fotce that almost woke up the
deaoons. Invitations to tea poured In
upon him, and In his soeinl relations he was
pronounced perfect. One noticeable thing
about him was the availability of his rcadr
cash, lie gave liberally to the" church and
to charitable sooieties and never reftisod
the beggar his pittance when tbore was
anybody around. Suddenly be stopped
disbursing, and when ohided by tho min
is ten, who had noted his almsgiving with
pleasure, he frankly announced that hia
money had given out and that he would bo
corapeliod to wait for remittances, unions
he could got his check on his home bank
cashed in this city. As a mnltor of oourso,
the cloiioiil fratornlty saw through his
scheme iu a moment, and they dotormluml
to put the swindler where he would do the
most good. Not being of tho world's
people, they did not exactly know how to
put a socular job, aud so they employed
the services of a detective to aid thum In
sondiug tho brother to Htato prison. Tho
detootive advised them to single some one
pastor as a victim, who should Indorse the
check and take the culprit to a certain
bank, where ho would bo promptly arrest
ed with the money in bis pocket. There
was some diilloulty at first, as all tho min
isters engaged iu the enterprise vehement
ly volunteered to be the victim. This was
finally overcome by casting lots, aud one
was chosen. He notified the sharper that
he would indorse bis check for any amouut
and the document waa drawn for $1,000.
' Together they went to the bank, the mon
ey was paid, nnd the detective aprang upon
bis quarry. In order to make, assurance
sure, a telegram was sent to the bank, and
iu an hour the answor came, "Check good.
Let tho drawer have anythiug up to f 150
000. lie owns this bauk and la bishop of
Sioux City, Iowa, January 4. A shock
ing accident occurred to-day on the Hue of
the Sioux City aud Omaha division of the
Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha
railvoAd, by which aix men were killed
outright and a aeventk lost a leg. The
men were engaged in a cut north of Ban.
croft, shoveling snow. The working train,
anticipating the coming of the south-bound
passenger train, had aide tracked aud the
men eleven in all, had stepped from the
track to allow the prssenger train to pass.
Some trouble bad been experienced the
day before, and the engineer on approach
ing the cut, which is aloug one and on a,
curve, put on steam and rushed in. The
train consisted of a locomotive and tendor,
two box cara and one pasaenger car. The
train with the exception of the latter car,
passed tho men in safety, but the atepa of
the passenger coach caught, them and
mowed them down like grass under the
wheels, only four escaping without serious
injury. The names of the killed are
Oharlea Meyera, Thomas Brougbman, A.
F. Swonzon, Q. A. Ileiman, Olney Ander
son, aud John Errickson. The name of
the wounded man is John Adolan. The
men all lived at Oakland,' Nebraska, to
which point the bodiea were conveyed.
One Baby Kills Another.
Premisos 820 North Fifteenth street are
occupied by William II. Jackaon, a colored
whitewashes and Margaret Shannon, also
colored, who runs a laundry. Jackson baa
two children, one of them Sewell being
three yeara of ago, and Margaret had a
two-montha old babe named Charles. On
Monday afternoon Mrs. Shanuon waa
down stairs engaged in ironing, the three
youngsters boing alone upon the leoond
floor. Suddenly the baby gave vent to the
most frightful screams, and when the
mother hastened to ita assistance she found
the boy Sewell raking the coals from the
stove on the floor. lie bad also heated
the poker red hot, and beaidea burning the
cbild'e face in a frightful manner.had thrust
the hot iron down ita throat. Medical at
tendance waa summoned, but the child
died last evening from its injuriea. The
Coroner will bold an iaquest to-day.
Phila. North American of 12th itwt.
Fight In a Church.
Cincinnati, Jan. 12. Telegrams report
a fight having occurred in the Bethany
Baptist Church, Pulaski County Ky., on
Sunday last, in which knivea were used.
One man waa fatally cut. The row waa
started by the deacona attempting to ait in
the same pew with the ladies whom they
bad brought there, which la contrary to
t7 A blast in one of the tunnels at Pilot
Knob, Mo., a fow days ago, fell through
into a cave some two hundred feet deep, at
the bottom of which were found eyeless fish
KENDALL'S KPAVIN CURE I
TUB MOST 81ICO KHMKUIj RKMHPY KVKIl
riWnvprnd, a It Is onrUIn In Its ellects' unci does
nut III hi nr. Head l'ronf llnlow.
From Iter N. P. Urnngcr,
I'roaldliiK Ulnar of the Bt. Albans lilstrlnt.
Bt. Albans, Vt., Jan. 2l)th. 180.
l)lt. .1. II. KKNDAI.L ft !., (lentsi-In reply
to your It'ttcr I will nay that my rxpnrW'iiiM) with
Ktiiiriall'a Hpavln (.'mo linn been very antlafactorv
Indeed. Thrcnor tuiir i'iu ago I npniued a licit
tin ol your Knfc, and with It. out-pit a nurse of
lameiiex eaiined liy Hpavln. I.iit aemon my
Inline lieeamn very lame and I turned tit in out for
a few week when lift liecama better, but when I
put him on theroad he kihw wornn, when I lla
oovei'i'il that a rlim Iimiib wan forming, I pi oemed
a hull lent Kendall's Huavlu Cure, and with lens
than a bottle mi eel him no that he Is not lame,
neither can the bunch be found.
v. N. OllANOEK.
Perseverance Will 'Jell 1
RtoiiRlitnn, Mai., March loth, IBM).
It. ,!, Kendall Co., (lentn: In Justice to you
nml mvwlf, I think I otitilit to let you know that I
have removed T WO HUN K HPAVINH with Ken.
Unit's Hpavln Cure," one very large one: don't
know how Ioiik the Hpavln had tieen there. I
have owned the horseelxht months. It took me
four month to take tho larue one nir, and two
mouth for the small one. 1 have used 10 bottle.
The home I entirely well, not at all stilt, and no
bunch to be seen or felt. This 1 a wonderful
medlelne. It I a now thing here, but If It does
for all what It ha done for melt sale will be very
great. Itesneotlully yours,
OH AH. E.I'ARKEK.
I sure In elTrets, mild tn It action a It does
not blister, and yet I penetrating and powerful to
reach any deep seated pain or to remove any
bony growth or any other enlargement, If used
for ceveral days, sueh as spavin, splints, curb.
callou,praln. swelling, any lameness and all
enlargements of the Joint or limbs, or rheuma
tism In man and for any purpose for which a lin
iment for man or beast. Ids now known to bo
the best liniment for man ever used, acting mild
and yet certain In Its effect. It Is used full
strength with perfect safety at all seasons ot the
Bend address for Illustrated Circular, which we
think gives positive proof ot Its virtue. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified sno
res, to our knowledge, for beast as well as man.
l'rlce 01. per bottle, or Blx bottlesfor $. All Drug
gists have It or can get It lor you, or it will be sent
to any address on receipt of price bv the propri
etors. DK. It. J. KENDALL & CO.,
Enosuurg Falls, Vermont.
" Kendall's Rpavln Cure" Is now sold by all the
leading wholesale druggists and a large number
of prominent retail druggists.
F. Moktimbb, New Bloomlleld, agent for
Perry Co., I'a.
We Will Make it a Point
This Fall anfl Winter,
To prove that we Cannot and
will not be Undersold.
Wc invite Inspection, like Op
position, and Defy Competition.
IF YOU WANT
For Men, Youths or Boys,
SUIT, PANTS, VEST, COAT,
You will find the. best assort
ment at our Store, and save
money buying from us.
IF YOU WANT
Boots or Shoes,
For Man, Woman, or Child,
or anything in the above line,
we claim, and can prove to you,
that we carry the largest assort
ment, and can save you 20 per
If You W ant a Ladies Coat
or Dolman, Shawl, Nubia, Furs,
Underwear.or anything in Ladies
Goods, Dry Goods, etc., you can
not be suited better than we can
suit you. Come and see.
If You Want Hats or Caps,
Trunks and Valises, Bed and
Horse Blankets, Buffalo and Lap
Robes, Carpets and Oil Cloths,
Shirts and Overalls, Underwear,
etc. Don't fail to call.
Everybody should look to their
interest, and we .will prove to
you that it will be to your inter
est to buy from us.
EBY'S NEW BUILDINC,
1881 NEW YEAR'S 1881
IF YOU WANT
Now Yenr'B rrcsenls,
For the great or the small, look over our assort
ment of goods suited to the purpose, consisting
of Toys, Honks, Albums, Fancy Note Paper,
Jewelry, Ulass Bets, China Ornaments, Per
fumery Iu fancy bottles, Choice Soaps, Looking
Glasses, Desks, Work lloios, Ac.
IB VOU WANT
Fancy Goods for Ladles,
Look at onr assortment of Lace Ties, Bilk
Ties, Collars, Bilk Handkerchiefs, Pocket
Hooks, Bags, Zephyr Hoods, Fancy Buttons,
Bklrti, Under Vests, Ribbons, etc., etc.,
IF YOU WANT
Blanlicts for Red or Horses,
Look at our assortment. We can offer yom
Colored Bed Blankets for 3 per pair and up.
White Blaukets for 93.79 per pair, and np, and
Horse Blankets from ll.GU up. (
IF YOU WANT
Gloves for Men or Hoys,
Come and look at what we can offer , you and
note prices. We can please you.
IF YOU WANT
Trunks, Valises or Satchels,
Ton should call and see what we havo. It
will probably save you money.
IF YOU WANT
Buch as Citron, Seedless Raisins, Choice Layer
Raisins, New Orleans Molasses, Mince Meat,
Pure Bplces, prepared Cocoa Nut, Canned
Corn, Canned Peas, Canned Beef, Oat Meal,
and any other goods In the grocery line, come
and see us we have what you want.
IF YOU WANT
Yon will find that we have Sleigh Bells, Skates,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Pistols, Cartridges,
Hatchets, Axes, Augurs, Chisels, Saws, Iron,
Bteel , Nails, and a general assortment of sueh
goods as are kept by a first class hardware
OSWEGO NY. YJV
For the T,sundrr.l the best snd most economical In
the world. Is perfectly pure, frco from Acids and
other forelen substnnccs thnt injure Linen. Is
stronger than any other, requiring much Iras quan
tity iu using. Ia uniform, stltrcns and finishes work
nlwaysthesame. Kinirsford's Piilrerlzcd Corn Starch
fur Puddings, JHanc-Mango, Cake, 4c, l pure and
aellcato. Preferable to Jtormwla Arrowroot. When
you ask for Klngsfnrri'a OswotrS Starch, ace that you
gut it, as inferior kinds aro often substituted.
Sold by all flril-clatt Orocert everywhere.
T. KINGSFOUD i. SON. Oswego, Now Yjrk.
Junuary 4 , 1831 6m
THE undersigned would respectfully call the
attention of the citizens of Perry county,
that he has a large and well selected stock ol
WINES & LIQUORS,
HORSE and MULE SHOES,
' POLES & BOWS,
Paints, Oils, Glass, Plaster, '
SOLE, CALF, KIP and UPPER LEATHER,
FISH. SALT. SUGARS, SYRUPS. TEAS. SPICES,
TOBACCO, CIG AllS, and SMITH COAL.
John Lucas & Co's.,
(ready for use.)
The best Is the CHEAPEST.
And a large variety of goods not mentioned,
allot which were bought at the Lowest Cash
Prices, and he offers the same to his Patrons at
the Very Lowest Prices for Cash or approved
trade. His motto Low prices, and Fair dealings
to all. Go and see him.
8. M. BHULER.
Liverpool, Per.'y Co. Pa.
$100 A MONTH nnnt to atHintol i?gnt man
or woman In oTwy TCTTTTIC!? 6 our
fc,wn. V..low,t JWx XiXy J. i unique.
aupviu, iiikuij uimiueituwi, uiuiiiiMiy Mjui,r ami nut
' immenae salt aura, want
ad la VM7 fkaillr. Koiatal oka
k it. AirAtitama.kfmoniv fast.
Bend fir clroulara and tornia. Alao, for Tie People's
Nagaslnr and Jriil frciutuiiiM. Duly SUM a
fnir. 8miiila frve fur tump, or A niiiitlia tbr 10 oanta.
. II . ZivsUr a ta, loon area au, l'kUaalaUa, at Vatoayu, 111.
The Largest Dry Goods
i wl"1" trade has been very laree. consequently our purchases have been very
5r f,f V'tP' v" "r l"""'i' lw 'luwn prices we have been oWllged to purebas our goods
direct from Manufacturers and Importers. We havea nuinlier of good things oyer In everv de.
imrtmnnt, and we pniiiose giving our customers extra Inducements for the neit four weeks before
taking anyeutory of stock. Weliave marked down to costthe following articles i 0
Winter Dress Goods, Undcrtvenr, Shawls, Coats, Dolmans,
And many useful and seasonable articles. Our stock of
IIoitMolccepInjo; Dry OootlM 1 Complete.
You cannot ask for an article wa sannot show you. Nothwlthstandlng the recent advance In
Sheetings, Shirtings and Pillow Casings,
W will continue to sell them at former low prices.
M. G. EINSTEIN,
223 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
DIVES, POMEROY STEWART.
85 NORTH THIItD STREET,
' HARRISBURG, IV.
At this season of the year in order to reduce stock and make
room for fresh Spring Goods we offer at reduced prices winter
DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, SKIRTS, HOSIERY, bargains in
Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, etc. See our own brand of
heavy unbleached muslins,
D. IP. 8. -ZV, and 33. 3?. 8. XXX.
P. S. We are still In need of Clerks, those with experience preferred.
DIVES, POMEROY & STEWART,
urrusiit. inn uuum nuust,
Charles S. Segelbaum,
Extends to his patrons and the leaders of this paper the com
pliments of the new year, 1881, and while thanking them for'
the liberality of their purchases during the season, begs to
announce that the next two months we will devote to the clos
ing out of such goods as we do not desire "to carry OTer the
season. The general mark down that we have made in each
department of our entire establishment will give to our many
customers throughout the State an opportunity to supply them
selves at low prices with almost . any article which they may
need in the Dry Goods line, from the largest and most carefully
selected stock in Central Pennsylvania. Whether you need
much or little we will make it to your advantage to send to us
for samples, or visit us if in the City. All orders carefully
attended to, and every article guaranteed to be as represent
C. S. SEGELBAUM.
THE GREAT 99c STORE,
29 NORTH THIRD STREET, HARRISBURG, PA., .
We take the lead in Staple and Fancy Goods suitable for
the HOLIDAY TRADE.
Walnut Frames, Brackets, Chromos, Lamps, Bird Capes, Clocks, Mirrors,
Leather Bags and Satchels, Accordeons, Concertinas, Violins, Harmonicas,
Folding Rockers, Men's and Boys' Hats and Caps, Jewelry and Silverware in
large variety. The Finest Velvet Frames at very low prices. Our Stock of
Buckskin Gloves Is Immense. New Goods received daily. Thousands of new
and fancy articles too numerous to mention. Satisfaction guaranteed. Orders
py mail promptly filled, wholesale and retail.
H3. W. CHELLIS,
29 NORTH THIRD 8TKSET,
HAR1USBURG, PEIVIVVA.. 42 3m
JBoohs and Stationery!
Large quantities and great varieties.
POCKET BOOKS, GOLD JPEtfS,
ALBUMS, SCRAP BOOKS,
CATUOLIC PRATER BOOKS, etc.
CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S CARDS.
S. W. FLEMING,
32 N. Third Street, tm
C. A. BOAS,
Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds,
CLOCKS, and SILVERWARE.
No. ?N. MARKET SQUARE,
House in Central Pcnn'a.