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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELt), PA., FEB11UAKY 22, 1881.
ICALVIM WALL1S, Attorney t tw,
t New Hloomtleld, rerry Co.. Pi
i'OYfr Mortimer's new store. All legal
promptly and carefully transacted
f New HiuomMeia, Perry ..Pa
ce next aoor to me rwiuouu. "u"r"
' ATl'OHNKV AT Uff,
IW BLOOMFIELD, PEKBY CO..PA.
Alms promptly secured ,??13f?'?2
kUdHlllCRUI DUBtness iiiiiiuuj...-
LE8H.BMILEY, Attorney at Law.
I . New Bloomlleld, Perry Co. Pa.
loe two doors east ol Jpitolth
DmiHDi irn ir.tnrnev-at-Law.
tlnce-adjolnlng his residence, on Hast
eel, new miuuuiuqiu, xm.j v.,
N. BKIBEBT. Attorney-at-Law,
Held, 8 33 It.
$8 POTTER, WOT ABT PUBLIC, N6W BlOOm.
l, perry uo.. r. .roi,,iu
1, Bonus, murinK"i "I " ; rt
fil and acknowledgements taken. All
Pension ana nouui j .'"i""" r7
A, will also take depositions to be B
1 New Bloomneia,rerryu., .
fended to. 881T.
AvJS 2ll-?J S? ?1 r W nrt fl RN ER AL
f!TOB, NbwGbrmantowb, c ,
'emittunceswlllbe made promptly for an
Inna m alia 744
V. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld. Perry co., Pa
i'fflce on high street. North side, nearly op
Je Presbyterian Church. axij
.. LIGGETT. Attobnbtat-Liw,
f . iVewport, Perry Vounty. Pa.
In narmnnnnHv locAted at Newport, will
rompt and careful attention to all busl
itters committed to his care.
,nirtA m yii Mnrtli RnnnmlBtreet.
Lort, April 1878.
l'liysieirtii ana surgeon.
f i . i f Tl .1 Mallnnl PnllftfTA.
Oilers his professional services to the cltl-
'it Bloomlleld and surrounding vicinity.
n the country iittenuea to promptly, uiiiot
hisle street, the one formerly occupied by
R. M. ALEXANDER,
SNew Bloomlleld, Perry County, Pa.
Ie on Carlisle, Bi., airecuyuiyv"i'
ian Church. Everything belonging to the
tsioii done In the best manner. M-Aix
ic Warranted. Terms moderate. 28
W. ROWE, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon Dentist.
ie near Blxler's Mills, where all professional
...111 ha iix.i.ntiHw attailflorl t.fl l)Ant.fll
Irtss will be promptly attended to. Dental
!ir all kinds warranted In mice and Quality.
ty 25. '81). lv. .
dr. o.p, Zollinger,
Having located permanently In
Ihls nrnfesslonil services to the citizens of
JjrougU and surrounilng country.
B. has been engaged In an extensive prao-
or over 28 years. He has also served his
trv In the canaclty of Burgeon to the 78th
Vol. Infantry during the late Rebellion,
ng his Commission from the then Governor
s uommonweitn. ins credentials are iroin
f the best Medical Colleges In America.
ucness as a mactftloner of medicine Is ao-
kiurltrAd hv vrtitnmmenriatlons from former
bs, which are free for Inspection at all
IN THE TREATMENT OF
s had rerv extensive exuerlence.and hascured
y hopeless cases, after years of suffering, and
nse lucurreu in seeaiug renei eisewneie.
on the manv chronic comnlaln's treaied
;6ssfully are Asthma. Bronchitis, Laryngitis,
torrhage of the Lungs, Consumption, (tlrst
second stages.) Heart uisease, uyspepsia
r Complaint, Melancholia, Scrofula or King's
. Hkin Diseases. Chronic Rheumatism. Goitre.
nlargement of the Glands of the neck. Dropsy,
s. chronic Dlarrhcea.Constlpatlon of the Bow.
ainlr anA Narvnua HnAilanhn. NRiiritlfflA.
Vases of Females. Tumors, Klduey Diseases,
larged Bpleen. Epilepsy, DeafHess. Chronic
US ana Ague, uiauei.cn nimmus, uiu ruuuiun
fes. Tapeworms removed.
lr. B. does not conttne himself to any one par-
ilar system or meaioine. He uses an r lie late
roved methods and remedies, as also Magneto-
Ich Is so successfully used at the present day
many forms oi nervous complaints, in the
imeut oi me i.uugs auu air passages lie uses
Rich carries the medicine direct to the diseased
rhen an Incurable case presents Itself he Is
and candid In telling the patient that he can-
I cure him, thus avoiding further expense.
I chronic atlmrnts It Is alwavs best for natients
inll at his olllce for personal examination and
(tin int, wnen mai is practicaoie.
UlTloe at his residence on Main street, a
f doors westot H. Smith's blacksmith sliou. In
hi Is known as the Gallatin property.
feS. CONSULTATION FREE.
iloomneld, May 4, 1880.
'RAND BOULEVARD HOTEL,
Corner 39tlt St. and Broadway,
On Both American & European Plana.
Fronting on Central Park, the Grand Bonis,
vard, Broadway and Flfly-Niuth Street, this Ho.
tl occupies the entire square, and was built and
furnished .at an expense of over ItHO.OOO. It Is
one of the most elegant as well as finest located
In the city i has a passenger Elevator and all
modern Improvements, aud Is within one square
of the depots of the Sixth and Eighth Avenue
Elevated K. K. Cars and still nearer to the Broad
way cars oouvenieut and accessible from all
parts of the elty. Rooms with board, 12 per day.
Special rales for families and nermanent guesta.
Aug. 24. 'eU ly K. HASKELL,, Proprietor.
RF.M VANTH of PRINTS-of these we have
a large quantity In good styles.
In addition to the above goods we have a nice
assortment of Ladies Neckties, Corsets, German,
town Yarn, Zephyrs, Shoes for Ladies and Chil
dren, aud thousands of other articles.
New Bloomlleld, Pa.
OurBtock of NEW GOODS
tor Men's Wesrl complete.
Prloesf rum 12)4 oentsup.
F. MORTIMER. New Bleomfleld, Pa
Ready Mixed Paints !
READY MIXED TAINTS !
NOWATER.NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE,
BUT A PURR
READY FOR UO.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF .PA1ST
BENT BT MAIL.
IT IS TCT ON LIKE OTIIER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELV
BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON LIRE WATER PAINT
And Ton Will Prove It to be the Best
Liquid Palut lu the Market.
JOHN LUCAS Ac CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Green,
WHITE LEAD, COLORS,
fT For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti
mer, New Bloomllold, Pa., or to John Lucas &
8HAFFNER, ZIEOLER & CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of ,
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
PHILADELPHIA , PENtfA
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co., '
No. 606 MARKET STREET,
PHILADELPHIA. 1 I
gowER, pons & CO.,
EQOZSELLEPwS. STATIONEES, -
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL-PAPERS.
Always on hand, and madeto Order.
Nob. 630 Market and 623 Minor Streets
t. Publishers ol Handers'NewReaders.and
Brooks 'Arithmetics. Also. Robert's Hlstnrvnf
the UultedBtates.Foltou'sOutllne Maps, So.
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON
No. 625 Market Street.
JANNEY & ANDREWS
No. 123 MARKET ST.,
QRAYBILL & CO.,
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting, Twines, Src,
And a One assortment of
WOODand WILLOW WARE,
No.420 Market street, abore 4th
Jtll JJM:, MO I T A CO..
WHOLESALE DEALER9 IN
Dry Goods, Carpets,
Cotton Woolen Chain, e.
No. 833 MARKET STREET,
Merchsnts wlslilns to select from as large a
stock as can he found ;in the city, and at the
LOWKHT OAHII PKIOJ'Ui, should give me a call. .
August 31, lBSO.tf.
waTnwrwiit & cor
North East Corner ot 2nd and Areh Street,
D. J. HOAIt & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE,
BIB MARKET STREET,
JJALL, SHENK & CO., "
405 & 407 Market Street,
. (Old Stand of Barcroft & Co.,)
13 "JULY O O O X
January 1 1831.
Medicated extract of
ji vij Ai ssi:i:i
CURES Comsumptlon. Diabetes. Rrlglit's Disease,
Kpllepsy.ist. Vltus's Dance, Herofula, If destruo
tion is not carried too far. and builds up constitu
tions ruined by excesses of woatever nature.
Take It and add your testimonial to the thousands
already obtained, For sale by all druggists.
X11. 13. "(57 LTJJCH'
GERMAN ANTI-BILIOUS POWDER
IS a radical cure for flick and Dull Headace,
Biliousness, Habitual Constipation, Piles, Palpi
tation of the Ileal t. Impurities of the Blood, as
Pimples. Dingy Hkin, Drowsiness. io. It is a mild
noaaapiea to ine most aeucaro con-
For sale by all druggists. Price BO ct.
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 di
gested and does not change in any climate. For
sale by all druggists. Price, 50 cents.
DR. E. O. LUK9' German Sootliinp Keinedy.
A perfect harmless ami very effective 8yrup, of
pleasant taste, for all painful affections of infants
and children procedlng and accompanying the
process of dentition. Do not let your darlings
suffer but procure a bottle at once. For sale by
all druggists, Prloe, itfets. May 25. '80, ly.
(Successor to Dr. M. B. Strlckler)
NEW DL00JIFIEL1), PENN'A,
HAVING succeeded the late Arm of Dr. M. B.
Btrlckler 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
worthy the patronage of the public.
Personal and strict attention AT ALL TIMES
given to the compounding and dispensing Physi
cians' presclptions, so as to Insure accuracy and
guard against aocideuts. j
II I Li It IN Ski r
that my stock has been recentlyselect(t'"':?.''care
taken to have everything of the BKt f AfALI
TV. The public may rest assured thatvWib med
icines that leave my store shall be as represented
PURE and UNADULTERATED.
I II AYE CONSTANTLY OX HAND
HAIR OIL and POMADES
HAIR, TOOTH and NAIL-BRUSHES.
HUROKONB, TOILET, and
PUFF BOXES. TOILET POWDERS.
CASTILE and FANCY SOAPS
PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS,
Together with Fresh and Genuine Patent Medi.
clues of every description.
Segars, Tobacco, School Books, die.
ORANGES, LEMONS & BANANAS,
Pure Wines and Llqnors for Medicinal
Terms, Strictly Cash.
By strict attention to business. I hope to merl
the confidence and favor of the public
JACOB BTRI0KLEE, Ph. O.
April 29, 1879.
LYDIA E. PfUKHAM.
OF LYNN, MASS.
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
For all Female Complaints.
Thin rrre pa ration, u its ti&me ttrnlflm, conMnt of
Vcpotablo ProporilM that ore faarmlaM to the moot dl
Icato lriTalld. Upon one trial the merit of thla Oom
ponnd will be reetrnized, iw relief I Immediate and
when Its ujk If continued, In ninety -nine caaee In a bun.
drcd, apCTTOanrateurolfleffectedthrjuMuids will tes
tify. On account of Its proren merits, It Is to-day nv
eommended and prescribed by the bent physicians la
It will cure entirely the wont form of falling
of the uterus, Leucorrhafa, irrcfrular and painful
Menstruation, all Ovarian Troubles, Inflammation and
Ulcoration, Floodinfrs, all Displacements and the con
sequent spinal weakness, and Is ericclnly adapted to
the Change of Life. It will dbmolve and eipel tumors
froratheutcrustnanearlystage of derelormient. The
tnndency to cancerous humors there Is checked Tory
(tncodily by Its use.
In fact It has prorcd to bo the frreat
cut and best remedy that has ever been dlscorcr
cd. It permeates ertry portton of the system, and Rives
now life and Tlfor. It rcmorcs faintncsn,flatclcncy, !o
irtroys all craving for stimulants, and relieves weakne-u
of the stomach
It cures Bloating, ncadachctt, Kcrvnus Profrtratlon,
General Debility, ElceplesroefM, Depression and Indi
gestion. That feeling of beorlncr down, causing pain,
weight and backache, Is always permanently cured by
ltsune. It wlllntalltlmcs,andundcrflll circumstcn
ces, act In harmony with the law that governs the
For Kidney Complaints of cither acs this compound
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at 233 and 235 Western Avenue, Lynn, If a a.
Price 51.0a Six bottles for fcVXi. Rent l;y mall In tho
form of pills, also tn the form of Lorcnfrca, on receipt
of price, $1.00, per box, for either. Mrs. riXKIUM
freely answers all letters of Inquiry. Bend for pam
phlet. Address as above Mention tMa paper.
No family should be without LTD I A H PIXKHAM'
LIVEIt PILLS. They cure Con.it (pat ion. IUllousnt&a,
ndTorpidity of the Uvor. 25 cents per box.
a.GKO. A. KKLLY& CO., General Aeentfl,
Pittsburgh. I'a. Also fur sale by Jacob Stride
ler, New Blurmlleld, fa. 27uly
ProfitabloRoadlnx for Everybody!
i.usmcf.4 hit-il 8L wnmcn. tcoclicr.t. mechanics
fanners, ministers, moihcnt, ftittl sC. wlio arc tire;
out by the constant toil andwarrvof your work
'fon't drink iritoxicntinTbit'crs, '"'t 'i''"
, Arc yuu b'Hiunu lro.11 Uyepni, .Rheuma
tism, Neuralgia, or wiih Iiowef, Kidney or Liver,
complaint, von rnn be cured hv tir.ini? 1
r If you are wasting away witii Consumption,!
Female Weakness or any tickness ; if you have al
cf'iiTn itrrrn 1, yr,u win n:ict sure miri in
If you are eniccolcd by di-.cae, age or diii.i-'
nation, an J your Eyste?n n;et!4 inviroratinj, or.
:f you have piniplei and blotcr.es, mid your blood
, yon rnn n''i"iv rifnertd nn
LUaue troiu Uinqcr, tiuonu. Mndrahe, otitlin
'fiia and other ofthc best medicines known: it i
lilie Bot Heallh & StrontS Restorer Ever;
fllood farsupr'inr to ilitt F.ssencesof (Jin-
;er and otlicr I onic, a it novcr intoxicates,
L nuJ rr:noines tri" lct enrfiuvi rroneriie 01 nil.
It Has .srucd litindreds ai Lirt'j) it Slay,
Kconntericits be sure o:ir vi-tKiiui ; 1 w 1 the out
rid wrapvr. HiroY ft ( '.. 1 ' "m: V. V
Parker's Hair Balsam, VSSSS:
Tho Iloit A Most Economical Hair Dresslnf
Containing only ingredients that are beneficial
to the hair and scaln, the P alsam will be found
far more butul actory than any other preparation.
It Sorer Falls td Restore (i ray or Faded Hair
to tho orininal youtltful color and is warranted to
remove dandruff, prevent baldness and promote a
growth of young hair. Sold by druggists at 50 tt
29 d ly
Be?w. F. Grafton. Btort B. Ladd,
It ALBERT K. ralNB,
Late Commissioner 0 Patent
PAINE, GRAFTON & LADD,
AUorney-at-Law and Soltcitort qf American
ana Foreign jPatenu.
No. 412 Firth Street,
AVnliinftoii, D. C.
I ' tlce Patent Law In all Its branches In the
Pat-i ""co. and tn the Supreme and Circuit
Courts -..-- M-ilted States. Pamphlet seat free
on receiu fuup fur postage. Si
A Lecture to Young Men
On the IjOss !
A I.KCTUKK ON THK NATUKR. TKEAT
ment, and Radical cure of Seminal Weakness, or
HperniatorriMi'a, induced Dy Men a Duse, involun
tary KmmlxSKin.H, Impotency, Nerrous Debility,
and Impediments to marriage generally; Con
iimntlon. Enllensv. and Kits: Mental and Phys
ical Incapacity, etc by KOBERT J. CULVEH
WELL. M. D.. author of the "Green Book." etc.
The world-renowned author. In this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience
that the awf ut ennsequences of Self-Abuse may
be eileniuftllv reniuved without daneerous sur
gical operations, bougies, instruments, rings, or
cordials; pointing out a mode of cure at once
certain and effectual, by which every sufferer, no
matter what his condition mav ne. may cure mm
self cheaply, privately and radically.
H This Lecture will prove a boon to thou
antwla .nil thousands.
Ment under seal. In a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, ou receipt of six cents or two postage
Address the Publishers.
THE CLLYLKWELL MEDICAL CO.,
40plyJ 41 Ann St., Mew York ; P. O. Boi. 4586.
A FULL ASSORTMENT
IRON & STEEL
WILL, BE FOUND AT
OUR NEW STORE-ROOM.
F. , Al OR TIMER,
1 JV'eio Bloom field.
Tho word pig In "buying a pig In a
poke" doesn't mean a youthful hog, but
a coarse earthenware Jar. An English
lady making her first visit to Scotland
didn't know this, so she wag puzzled
when anatlve chambermaid good natur
edly Inquired : " Would you like a het
crock In your bed this cauld nlcht,
mem?" " A what?" said the lady.
""A pig, mem. Shall I put a pig lu
bed to keep you warm ?"
" Leave the room, young woman I
Your mistress shall hear of your Inso
lence." " Nae offence, I hope, mem. It was
my mistress bade me ask, and I am
sure she meant It in kindness."
The English lady now tegan to feel
the promptings of curiosity, and asked :
" Is it common In this country, my
girl, for ladles to have pigs In their
" And gentlemen hae them too, mem,
when the weather is cauld."
" But you surely would not put a pig
between the sheets ? "
" If you please, mem, It will do the
malst good there."
" Between the sheets I It would dirty
them, girl. I could never sleep with a
pig between the sheets."
' Never fear, mem 1 You'll sleep far
malr comfortable. I'll steek the mouth
o' 't tightly and tie it up in a poke."
" Do you sleep with a pig yourself in
cold weather V"
No, mem; pigs are only for gentle
folks that lie on feather beds. I sleep
on caulf ( chaff in sacking) with my
"Calf? Do you sleep with a calf
between you ?" said the lady.
" No, mem ; you're jokin, now," said
the girl; " we lie on the tap o' 't."
The landlady had to be sent for before
the situation could be explained.
t3"TShe had sued for breach of prom
ise, and the verdict of the jury was a
gainst her. "Want to poll the jury ?"
said the Judge, formally. "Want to
pole the jury ?" she repeated. "Yes, I
do. Jes' gimme the pole for two min
utes," and she had thrown off her sun
bonnet and expectorated on the palms of
her hands before the legal phrase could
be explained by her counsel.
EiTDicky, aged 6, made a call on a
young friend. The young friend had
lately come into the possession of a pair
of rabbits. So when Dicky came home
he was asked what he saw. "Saw two
rabbits." "What did you think of
them, Dicky V" "Didn't think much
about 'em." "What did they look
like ?" "One of them didn't look
much like anything, and the other one
he looked like him."
Schoolmaster: "Noah had three .
sons Shem, Ham and Japhet: now
answer me, who was the father of these
gentlemen?" (Boys Silent.) "You
cannot tell ? Well, now, let's ,try again.
Vn IV - sv m If Cnnb-a wx? rw lltraa Auor
Boys: " Will Sparks ?"
Master: "Yes, surely. Well, then,
Mr. Sparks has got three boys Tommy,
John and Bill. Now who is the father
those boys? You know them very
Boys: "Mr. Sparks."
Master: "Very good very good,
boys, Indeed ; that Is quite right. Now
then, Noah had three sons Shem, Ham
and Japhet. Who"
Boys ( in a hurry) : " Mr. Sparks."
f-A young man who had inherited
the day before a large fortune from his
uncle gave a dinner, to a few friends. .
He inquired at the restaurant if they
had some old cheese. "Yes," replied
the waiter. " Is it strong ?" " Strong
enough to bring the dead to life." "I
don't want it," replied the heir.
63TA youngster steps up to a gentle
man in the park: "Sir, won't you
please go after my boat which is going
to fall into the stream?" "But do you
wish me to throw myself into the water,
child ?" " Oh, Yes ; mamma said ask
that gentleman ; he looks' fool enough
to do it."
C3" A toper stood in front of a type
foundry,spelIing out the sign as follows:
"Type f o-u-n-fouQ, d-r-y-dry, foun dry.
That's jes' my condish'n. I'm that
sort of a type myself foun' dry.
(3A young city fellow bought a farm
laat winter. He had a fine orchard of
about two hundred apple trees, and a
few weeks ago the tapped every one of
them for cider.
C3"An Irish gentleman on the New
York Graphic speaks of a man being
horse whipped with an umbrella!
1 SB Sk y. vV. ' ' .tOmLJ I Is I I I f I