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THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, PA., FEBttUAllY 15, 1881.
XOim OAl.VIK WAM.I8, AttorneyatLaw
C aim isiitriot Attorney.
Maw LllnmuHaM D.. f.
VOmoe over Mortimer's new' store. All legal
otmnoss pminpuv ana eareiuuy iransaoteu.
"W V t IT XI t XT A -fr t -
Nw HiiuiiniiHiil. I'errvno.. Fa
c OlUoe Next door to the residence of Judge
T KW1S POXXKU,
ATiOUNKY AT LAWi
NEW BLOOMFIKLD, FERBT CO.. PA.
Claims promptly secured collected
Writings aud all legal business carefullyattend
0UAKLE8 11. BMILRV, Attorney at Law.
New Bloomileld, Perry Co. Pa
a-Oinoe two door east of Joseph 8m th'i
kotel. (Augusts, 1M
wwmv a umtMot tut A rrArnov.nKT.flw
Uttlce adjoining hU residence, on East
. .i 'i.i ..,.,. I DAwvmFMj. 1 Quia
Mainsireei,new diuuiuhoiu, w., a . u- j
WM. N. HE1BEKT. Attorney-at-Law,
Now Bloomileld, Perry oo., Pa.
Bloomileld, S 33 lr.
rK WIS POTTER, NOTART P0BLIC, HeW BlOOm
1 HaIH Prrv ISO.. Pa.
Deeds Bonds, Mortgages and Leases carefully
nrennrnil and acknowledgements taken. All
kinds ol Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certltted, will also take depositions to ue rei.a m
any eourt In tke United states. T 10 ly
CHA8. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law ,
New Bloomileld, Perry oo., Pa.
rully atteuded to. 3 2 It.
WM. A. MOR1H90X.
VV JUSTICE OK THE PEACE and OENEBAL
COLLEOTOK, NiwOBHMANTOWS, Penyco.,Pa.
9-Kemittanceswlllbe made promptly for all
Oil AS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
4-Omce on high street. North side, nearly op
sosltethe Presbyterian Church. 8 21y
ML. LIGGETT. Attohnbt-at-Law,
Newport, Perry County. Pa.
Having permanently located at Newport, will
give prompt and careful attention to all bust
Hess mat ters committed to his care.
Olllce, No. 3D North Second Street.
Newport, April 2? 1873.
U riivslclan and Surgeon.
A graduate of Cleveland Medical College.
Located permanently in the borough of Bloom.
Weld. Otters his professional services to the citi
zens of Bloomileld and Kiirroundlng vicinity.
Culls In the country attended to promptly. Olllce
on Carlisle street, the one formerly occupied by
Br. Ard. 1 6in
R. R. M. ALEXANDER,
New Bloomileld, Perry County, Pa.
Olllce on Carlisle, St., directly opposite the Pres
byterian Church. Everything belonging to the
profession done In the best manner. 3-Ai,l
Work Warranted. Terms moderate. 23
W. ROWE, M. D.
riijslclun and Surgeon Dentist.
Office near Blxler's Mills, where all protesslonal
business will be promptly attended to. Dental
work of all kinds warranted In price and quality.
May 25. '80. lv.
DR. 0. P. BOLLINGER,
Having located permanently In
NEW BLOOM FIELD,
Offers his professional services to the citizens of
the Borough aud surrounding country.
Dr. B. has been engaged In an extensive prac
tice for over 28 years. He has also served his
country In the capacity of Surgeon to the 78th
Pa. Vol. Infantry during the late Rebellion,
holding his Commission from Hie then Governor
ot this Commonwealth. His credentials are from
one of the best Medical Colleges In America.
His success as a practitioner of medicine Is ac
knowledged by recommendations from former
patrons, which are free for iuspectlon at all
IN THE TREATMENT OF
he has had veryextenslve expeiience.and hascured
many hopeless cases, after years of sintering, and
expense incurred in seeking relief elsewhere.
Among the many chronic cAmplalnfs treated
successfully are Asthma, Bronchitis, Laryngitis,
Hemorrhage of the Lungs, Consumption, (first
and second stages.) Heart Disease, Dyspepsia
Liver Complaint, Melancholia, Scrofula or King's
Evil, Skin Diseases, Chronic' Rheumatism, Goitre,
or enlargement of the Glands of the neck.Dropsy,
Piles, chronic Dlarrhcca.Constipatlon of the Bow
els, Sick and Nervous Headache, Neuralgia,
Diseases of Females, Tumors, Kidney Diseases,
Enlarged Spleen. Epilepsy, DeafaeKS, Chronlo
Chills and Ague, Diabetes Mellltus, old running
ores. Tapeworms removed.
Dr. B. does not confine himself to any one par
tlcular system of medicine. He uses all the Tate
Improved methods and remedies, as also Magneto
which Is so successfully used at the present day
In many forms of nervous complaints. In the
treatment ot the Lungs and air passages he uses
which carries the medicine direct to the diseased
When an Incurable case presents itself he is
free and candid lu telling the patient that he can
not cure hun, thus avoiding further expense.
In chronic afmenfslt Is always best for patients
to call at Ills olllce for personal examination and
treatment, when that Is practicable.
omce at his residence on Main street, a
few doors westof H. Smith's blacksmith shop, In
what is known as the Gallatin property.
. CONSULTATION FREE.
Bloomileld, May 4, 1880.
GRAND BOULEVARD HOTEL,
Corner 39th St. and Broadway,
On Both American fc European Plans.
Fronting on Central Park, the Grand Boule
vard, Broadway and Fifty-Ninth Street, this Ho
tel occupies the entire Bquare, and was built and
furnished at an expense of over 1400,000. It is
one of the most elegant as well as finest located
in the city i has a passenger Elevator and all
modern Improvements, and is within one square
of the deuots of the Sixth and Eighth Avenue
Elevated It. K. Cars and still nearer to the Broad
way cars convenient and accessible from all
Sarts ot the city. Rooms with board, 12 per day.
pecial rates for families and nermanent guests.
Aug. 21. 'o0 ly m. HASKELL,, Proprietor.
REMNANTS of PRINTS-of these we have
a large quantity In good styles.
In addition to the above goods we have a nice
assortment of Ladles Neckties, Corsets, German
town Yarn. Zephvrs, Shoes tor Ladies and Chil
dren, and thousands of other articles.
, New Bloomileld, Pa.
Our Stock of NEW GOODS
for Men's Wear la eomnletA. .
F. MORTIMER. New Bleomneld, Pa
lloady Mixed Paints !
READY MIXED PAINTS !
no WATER, NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE,
BUT A PURE
READY FOB USE.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF ;PALT
BENT BT MAIL.
ITI8 PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY
BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON LIKE WATER PAINT
And Yon Will Frore II to be the Best
Liquid I'alnt In the Market.
JOHN LUCAH Ac CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Green,
WHITE LEAD, COLORS,
1ST For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti
mer, New BloomUeld, Pa., or to John Lucas Ss
8HAFFNER, ZIEGLER ft CO.,
Importers aud Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
A gents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co.,
No. EOS MARKET BTREET,
PHILADELPHIA. 1 1
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on band, and madeto Order.
Nos. 530 Market and 623 Minor (Streets
M. Publishers of Bandera'NewRAiLriAi-a
Brooks'Arlthmetics. Also. Robert's Jllstnrv
the UnltedHtates.Felton'sOutllne Maps.&o.
JL0YD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street.
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 133 MARKET ST.,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, &c,
And a One assortment of
WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 Market street, above 4 tb
HII2UL.12, SCOTT A CO..
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Carpets,
Cotton A Woolen CIutlii,Vc
No. 333 MARKET STREET,
Merchants wishing to select from as large a
stock as can be found la the city, and at the
LOWEST CASH PHICE9, should give me a cal..
August 31, 188u.lt.
WAINWRIGHT & CO.
North East Corner ol 2u4 and Arch Street,
J S. DOUGHERTY
D. J. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
13 MARKET 8TREIT,
ALL, SHENK & CO.,
405 k 407 Market Street,
(Old Stand of Barcroft & Co.,)
January 1 18S1.
Medicated extract of .
MALT ABf REEF.
CURES Consumption, Diabetes, Height's Disease,
E(lle)sy,(St. Vltus'8 Dance, Bciodila, if destruc
tiou Is not carried too far.and builds up constitu
tions ruined by excesses of whatever nature.
Take It and add your testimonial to the thousands
already obtained, For sale by all druggists.
DIl. JO. O. LTJICS'
GERMAN ANTI-BILIOUS POWDER
19 a radical cure for Hick and Dull Ileadace,
Biliousness, Habitual Constipation, Piles, Palpi
tation of the Heait, Impurities of the Blood, as
Pimples, Dingy Hkln, Drowsiness, Ike. It Is a mild
purgative and adapted to the most delicate con
stitutions, t or sale by all druggists. Price 60 ctt.
I 0 1 l"KV T J ' H
The best food for In rants and the most nutri
tious diet for invalids. Contains all the muscle
and bone making elements ot wheat, barley and
aeef. Never deranges the stomach, Is easily di
gested and does not change In any climute. I'or
sale by all druggists. Price, SO cents.
DR. E. C. LUK81 German Hoothinp Remedy.
A perfect harmless and very effective Byrup, of
pleasant taste, for all painful affections of infants
and children preceding and accompanying the
process ot dentition. Do not let yonr darlings
sulfer but procure a bottle at once. For sale by
all druggists, Price, Hoc Is. May 25, '80, ly.
(Successor to Dr. M. B. Htrlckler)
NEW BL00MFIELB, PENN'A,
HAVING succeeded the late firm of Dr. M. B.
Btrickler In the Drug Business at his Store-room,
on MAIN BTKBKT, two doors East of the Big
Spring, I will endeavor to make It In every way
worthy the patronage ot the public.
Personal and strict attention AT ALL TIMES
given to the compounding and dispensing Physi
cians' presclptlons, so as to iusure accuracy and
guard against accidents.
that my stock has been recently selected and care
taken to have everything of the BEST QUALI
TY. The publlo may rest assured that ALL med
icines that leave my store shall be as represented
-PUKE aud UNADULTEKATIiD.
I II4.YE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
HAIK OIL and POMADES
HAIR, TOOTH and NAIL-BRUSHES.
BUROEONS, TOILET, aud
PUFF BOXES, TOILET POWDERS,
CASTILE aud FANCY SOAPS
PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS,
Together with Fresh and Gennlne Patent Medi
cines of every description.
Segars, Tobacco, School Books, 4tc.
ORANGES, LEMONS & BANANAS,
In season. ,
Fure Wines and Liquors Tor Medicinal
Terms, Strictly Cash.
By strict attention to business, I hope to merl
the conudeuoe and favor of the public.
. LYDIA E. PINKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'G
ThB Positive Cnre
For all Female Complaints.
This prppnrmtlnn, m Its lutmt niffntflrn, ennnirts of
Vogot&blo Properties that art) h&nnloM to Hie tnoftt del
Irate inmiitt Upon one trial the merits of this Com
pound will be recofrnlscd, as relief Is Immedlato and
when Its use Is continued, in ninety-nine oases In a hun.
drod, a pormanent cure Is effected, as UioumitvIs will tes
tify. On account of Its nroren merits, It Is to-day re
commended and prescribed by the boat physicians la
It will cure entirely the worst form of fill In
of the uterus, Leucorrhrra, lrreprulnr and painful
Menstruation, all Orarian Troubles, lnflammatlon and
Ulceration, Flooding all Displacements and the con
sequent eplnal weakness, and Is especially adapted to
the Change of Life. It will dtssolre and expel tumors
from the uterus In an early stae of development. . Tho
tendnney to cancerous humors there Is checked rvrj
s;ieedlly by Its use.
In fnet It has promt' to bo the great
est and best remedy that has ever boon dlworer
cd. It permeates orory portion of the system, and gives
new life and vigor. It removes falntncss, flatulency, de
stroys all craving for stimulants, and roUevcs wcaltn'jKS
of the stomach
It cures Hloatlng, Headaches, Nervous Prostration,
General Debility, Sleeplessness, Deproiurfon and Indi
gestion. That feeling of bearing down, causing pain,
weight and backache, is always permanently cured br
ltsuse. ItwlUntaUtimcs,aadundcrell circumstan
ces, act In harmony with the law that governs the
.For Kidney Complaints of either wet this compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared nt 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mars.
Trice 81.00. Six bottles for tr.0u Bunt by mail in the
form of pills, also tn the form of Lozenges, on rcerlpt
of price, 11.00, per bo, for either. Mrs. HXK1IAM
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bond for paia
phlet. Address as abovo Mention thi$ paper.
No family should be without LTDIA E. PINKHAM'
LIVEH FILLS. They cure Constipation. DUlousueaa.
udTorpidity of tho Liver. S3 cants per box,
HGEO. A. KELLY& CO., General AftentaV
PlttHbuiRh, Pa. Also for sale by Jacob Htricfc.
ler, New Blonutleld, Pa. 27Hly
Profitable' Reading for Everybody!
business men a. women, teachers, mechanics,,
farmers, mi miters, mot hers, and ail who arc t irec!
ut by the constant toil and worry of your work !
lon't drink intnxiratin(,l)itters, mit me
Are yuu huiicrihg lroju lJyucisia, Kheuina-1
ttsm, Ncuralj;ia,or vtlli Uowcl, Kidney or LiveiJ
complaints, yf,u "n be cured by ttsinc i
If you are wasting away with, Consumption,!
Female Weakness or any sickness ; if you have pj
Had cmtTh or ml'I, ynii will 6nrl sure relief in 1
Made liom Ginqor, Uuchu, Mandrake. Stillin
the Beit Health & Strength Restorer kvor
U9ed tar superior to imtcis, J .ssences ot Uin-,
er nud other 'i onics, as it novor Intoxicates,
ind cotnWnes t bet cura;:ve nroperlics of nil '
U Has buTfd Uuiiilreils nt Llveij It Mfty
Guy a 50c. bottle of your dnr.Ut, nnJ to nvoWj
''ountcrleitj bu sitrs our siTtiraurj 1 . ni the out-,
side vmni'T. 1 1 !rn A: ini it. N. Y
Parker's Hair Balsam. SSSS:
The Host A 31ot Kconomlcal llulr DrossAis;
Containing only ingredient that are beneficial .
to the hair and tca!p, the JIalsam will be found
far more satisfactory than any other preparation.
It Never Fulls to Restore Graf or Faded Ualr
to the original youthful color and is warranted to
remove dandruff, prevent baldness and promote a
growth of young hair. Held by drttggitU at 30
29 d ly
Bbnj. K, Gkafton. Stokt B.Ladd,
Halbrrt E. Painb,
Late Commissioner of Patent$
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADB,
Attorneys-at-Law and SolicUort of American
and Foreign Patents.
No. 41 3 Firth Street,
AVnsliIng'toii, D. C
Practice Patent Law In all t branches In the
Patent Oftlco, and In the Supreme and' Circuit
Courts of the United Hlates. Pamphlet sent free
on receipt of stamp for postage. 3
A Lecture to Young Men
On tho IjOSS ml
A LKOTUKK OS THE NATURB, TKBAT.
ment, and Radical cure of Seminal Weakness, or
Kperniatorrlmta, Induced by Self Abuse, Involun
tary Emmlssions, Impotency, Nervous Debility,
and Impediments to marriage Kenerally; Con
sumption, Epilepsy, and Fitus Mental and Phys
ical Incapacity, etc. by KOBEKT J. CULVEll
WKLL. M. I)., author of the "Green Book." etc.
The world-renowned author, in this admirable
Lecture, oleitrlv proves from his own experience
that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse may
be effectually removed without dangerous sur
gical operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or
cordials i pointing out a mode of cureatonce
certain and effectual, by which every sulferer. no
matter what his condition mav be. may cure him
self cheaply.prlvately and radically.
V This Lecture will prove a boon to thou
sands and thousands.
bent under seal. In a plain envelope, to anv ad
dress, on receipt of six cents or two postage
stamps. . ., .
Address the Publishers.
THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO.,
4PpH 1 41 Ann St., New York; P. O. Box, 4586.
A FULL ASSORTMENT
IRON & STEEL
WILL BE FOUND AT
OUR NEW STORE-ROOM.
Kew Bloom field.
KTThere la a good deal of modesty la
this world that will gaze at altaioat any
thing, provided It can be eeen through
t3yYoung Swell" I Bay. boy, what
do you do with your cloKies when
you've wora them out?" " Wears 'em
'otiie agio," replied the boy
tSTJones thinks a man 1b fortunate
who has his will contested' alter death
only. He says his-will has been contest
ed ever since be married Mrs.. Jones.
tWA. prominent dry-goods merchant
In Boston worked half an houv on this
proposition, and failed to give an an
swer : "If four men build a stone wall
in nine days, how long will It take five
men to build a like wall In six days ?-
ffifAn Inquiring man thrust his fin
gers into a horse's mouth to see how
many teeth he had, and the horse clos
ed his mouth to see how many ringers
the man had. The curiosity of each
was fully satisfied.
0""What will be the difference be
tween the present chief signal officer
and the present ocou pant of the White
House after the 4th of March next ?
One will be Hayes In (Hazen) and the
other will be Hayes out."
O" A lady who lived In Cuba used to
observe some grand ladles driving out
every afternoon with flowers In their
hair, diamonds on their neck, and the
vol ante full of the flounces of their pro
fusely trimmed silks. One day the ve
hicle upset and spilled the great ladies,
when it was discovered that the great
ladies had on neither shoes or stockings.
t3T " Isn't It awful cold?" iuer.
led Smith as he met Jones on the car
the other day.
"Any of your water pipes freeze up ?"
" Worse than that.J'
" How V"
" Had three barrels of potatoes frozen
as hard as stones. I'll lose every one of
" Oh, no, you won't. ' Just head 'em
up and send 'ens to some charitable in
stitution, and no one will know but
what they froze while en route. It's a
golden opportunity you should not neg
lect." JifSome years ago, a wealthy couple
presented themselves to be joined to
gether in holy matrimony. After the
usual ceremony was performed,, the
bridegroom advanced to the rector with,
" Bur, what mun I pey ?" The rector
said seven shillings. " Bur," said 'John,
it's a great deal of money. Will na ye
gl' me something back for luck V" The
rector, out of patience, walked off.
John turning then to his brlde( bid her
prepare to go. The bride, however,
looking her sweet spouse steadily in the
face, said: "Dear John, you've highly
Insulted the pastor to-day ;.I'm ashamed
of you." "Jane," said he, " hawd your
noise ; I don't like to drop old customs.
I never bought a pig In my life but I
got something back for luck."
Too Much for Her.
" Bo you. have finished your studies at
the seminary 1 I was. much pleased
with the closing exercises. The- author
of that poem Miss White, I think you
called her bids fair to-become known as
" We think the authoress will become
celebrated as a poetess," remarked the
young lady, pertly, with a marked em
phasis on two words of the sentence.
"Oh! ah!" replied the old gentle
man, looking thoughtfully over his
spectacles at the young lady. " I hear
her sister is quite an actress, and under
Miss Hosmer's instruction will undoubt
edly become quite a sculptress."
The young lady appeared Irritated.
"The seminary," continued the old'
gentleman, with imperturbable gravity,
"is fortunate in having an eftlolent
Board of Manageresses. From the Pres
identess down to the humblest teacheress
unusual talent is shown. There is Miss
Harper, who as a cbemistress is un
equaled, and Mrs. Knowles has already
a reputation as an astronomeress. And
in the department muslo few can
equal Miss Kellogg a a slngeress."
The young lady did not appear to like
the chair she was sitting on. She took
the sofa at the other end of the room.
" Yes," continued the old gentleman,
as if talking to himself, "those White
sisters are very talented. Mary, I un
derstand, has turned her attention to
painting and the drama, and will surely
become famous as a painteress, and even
as a lecturess."
A loud slamming of the door caused
the old gentleman to look up, and the
critioess and grammarianess was gone.