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THE TIMES. NEW UL00MFIEL1), PA., Al'ltlL 20, 1881.
Ready Mixed Taints !
HEADY MIXED PAINTS I
HO WATER, MO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE,
BUT A rUKB
READY FOR USE.
80 BEAUTIFUL HIIADL'S OF .PAINT
BENT BY. MAIL.
IT IS PUT ONMKK OTHER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD ANDOll., VIZ ! NICELY
BKUHHKI) OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON LIKE WATER PAINT
And Ton Will Prore It to be the Best
Liquid Paint In the Market.
JOHN LUCAS St CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Ureen,
WHITE LEAD, COLOR8,
tW For Bample Cards apply to F. Mortl
lUier, Now Bloomllold, Fa., or to John Lucas dc
HUAFFNBR, ZIEQLER A CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street,
PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A .
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BRITTON ft Co.,
No. 505 MARKET 8TLEET,
PHILADELPHIA. 7 1
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALL PAPER.
Always on hand, and made to Order,
Nos. 630 Market and 621 Minor Streets,
3. ALSO. Publishers of Banders' New Read
ers, and Brookv Arithmetics. Also. Robert's
History of the United States, Kelton's Outline
JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON,
No. C25 Market 8treet,
JANNEY & ANDREWS,
No. 123 MARKET STREET,
QRAYBILL & CO., '
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, "Wadding,
Batting: Twines, &.,
And a tine Assortment of
'WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 Market street, above 4th,
gAMUEL BOM BERG ER, "
mi:m.i:, kcott v to..
WHOLR8A I.E DItAI.EHS IS
Dry (Hoods, Carpets,
Cotton fc Woolen Clin I ii, do.
No. 313 MARKET BTRBET,
Merchants wlshlna to select from as larpe a
stuck as can be found 'in the city, and at tho
LOW KMT CASH PRICKS, should give me a call,
WAINWRiailT & CO.
North East Comer of 2nd and Arch Street,
Philadelphia Penn'a. ,
D. J. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
VV A 11 E II 0 U 8 E ,
Bill MAHKKT 8TIIKKT,
JJALL, SHENK & CO.,
405 & 407 Market Street,
(Old Stand of Barcroft &C'o.,)
January 1 1S81.
(Successor to Dr. M. B. Strlckler)
NEW DL00MFIELD, PENN'A,
HAVING succeeded the late firm of Dr. M. B.
Strlckler In the Drug Business at Ills 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 I'liysl.
claim' preoptions, so a to insure accuracy and
guard against accidents.
Ill ill I IV ITIIM)
that my stock has been recentlyselected and care
taken to have everything of the BEST QUALI
TY. The pubtlo may rest assured that ALL med
icines that leave my store shall lie as represented
-PUKE aud UNADULTERATED.
I II AYE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
HAIR OIL and POMADES
HAIR, TOOTH and NAIL BRUSHES.
SURG EONS, TOILET, and
PUFF BOXKS. TOILET POWDERS,
CASTILE aud FANCY SOAPS
PERFUMERY OF ALL KINDS,
Together with Fresh and Genuine Patent Medi
cines of every dascrlption.
Segars, Tobacco, School Books, &c.
ORANGES, LEMONS & BANANAS,
Pure Wines and Liquors for Medicinal
Terms, Strictly Cttfcli.
By strict attention to business. I hope to merl
the coufldeu.ee and favor of the public.
JACOB STRICKLER, Ph. G.
April 29. 1879.
Best in the World.
The manufacturers of the SPRINGFIELD are
aware that, In order to meet the critical and
economical demands of the times, the machine
must possess a combination of nieohanical excel
lences, making It superior to anv of its prede
cessors, and at the same time be offered at a price
that will place it within the means of all.
Fully realizing the force of these conditions,
they oiler the Springfield, confident that It will
tlultlll every requirement that can be expected of
a first-class family liftvl manufacturing machine.
Every Machine is warranted perfect In construc
tion. In case any of the parts prove defective,
when machine is used for family purposes, within
live years from date of purchase, the manufactur
ers will replace such detective part without
charge. This does not apply to needles, shuttles,
or bobbins. Made by
Sewing Machine Company,
t:rz. lydia e. pinkham.
OF LYNN, MASS.
DISCOVKIIEn Of i
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'8
The Positive rnre
For all Female Complaints.
TJitu pmpfimllon, m It name ntpjnlflwi, conitlitU of
Writable l'l-opm-tlM that arc liartnlims to tho inont dot
Iratvlnrnltil. Upon ono trial the mnrlts of this Com
fKmad will ho rocoffnlKxl, mrolis Is ltnmmllatni unci
whrn tn nun is continual, In nlnrtj-nlne cam In a hun.
rtrod, lipcniianontctirolselToctoflxstlititiMinchi will t
tl Ty. On arentini of It proven nvrltn, It Id to-day m
coimnrndfd and proscrllmd by the bout pliyslclans hi
t!io roil n try.
It will curt entirely llio worwt form of filling
of the utrnis Leucorrhnu, Irrctpilnr and painful
Mrntnmtlon,ftllOrarian Trouble, Inflammation and
Ulceration, floodlnits, all Displacement s and the con
sequent spinal weakness, and In especially adapted to
t!ie Clianire of Ufe. JtwllldlmKilvo and mjiH tumors
fi-ointhontoriMlnanenrly stnire of dnrelopmrnt. The
tntlcncy to cancerous humors there Li cbeckud wry
tipoedlly by Its am,
In twt It ha1 prorcd to be (he great
cut and best remedy that baa ever boon discover
ed. It permeates ovury portion of tho system, tnj u'lvt s
ncwllfoandrlffon Itro!ncirefui:itnen,f!nti:lrny. t'.o
stroysallcmTlng for stUDuianta,iiud rt'llcrTc-s wen'mcn
of tho stomach
ItcnrofiUlfMiUnff, ncmlurhM, Kervous VrtmirrAU.u
Uenor.! Debility, (UocpIeonncHSt iVpruiKloti , And IikII
trestlon. Tlmt fooling of liearlniror.ii, cnmlntt pnln,
weight and backache. Is always pcrsmnentty cured It"
Itsuse. ItwIUntalltlmcAandtindert.ll clrtniuiKtiin
ces, act In harmony with the law tlint trorerns the
For Kidney Com plaints of either set this compound
Lydia C. Pinkbam'o Vegetable Compound
Is prepared at K13 and 236 Western Avenue, Lynn, Mn.
rrioo$l.no. Rix bottles for tA.00. Bent by mall In the
form of pills, also In the form of Lonontrrs, on reerljit
of price, tl.oo, per bni, for either. Mis. FINKIIA2I
freely answers all letters of Inquiry, Send for para
phlet. Address as ahova Mention tht paper
No family should be without LTD1A E. FINKflAM
LIVi:nriLLH. Tliey cure Constipation. llUlousuesa,
Mid Torpidity of the Liver. 85 ceiita per Lmt.
.OKO. A. KKLLYA CO., Uenetal ArmiH,
PHlMbiiiRli, r. Ainu (or Bale by Jacob Htrlr.K
ler. New Hlonntield, Pa. 27uly
Profitablo Hoading for Everybody
ijuaiiicHn men a. women, icncncrs, mcLnanits.
farmers, iitiiiitcrn, mothers. and all who nri; tirct1
nut by I he constant toil ami worry of your work !
'ion't flrinlc intnxim(inv;'ltittcrs, nut mk; '
Aro you sulluntig Iroin Uypvutn, Klicunm-J
itrfm, Neuralgia, or with Dowel, Kidney or Liveil
i.'omplainls, yoii run be cured ly ueinir 1
U you are waituig aw;iy with Couiiuiiipuoii.
Female Weakness or any sickness ; if you have ul
hail cou-h or enM, yon will find sure relief in 1
if vuuare en ice bled lv tlittuhc. uye or ditai-'
pation, and your system needs iuvmoratine, or,
if youhuveptniplesund blotchcn, niuVymir blootJ'
needs pnrif) iiur, yfni mn nlurtv f(fteii(! on '
Made from Ginnor, Buohj, Mandrake, btitlin-.
!ute Bozi Health & Strength Restorer tvorl
rtlm atirl (illinrrif I i liat itwiIii-iiim Lhhumi it a.i
usoa iar superior to jiiueiti, I'.ssenr-M ol (.in-,
(;er mid oilier 'I onic tt it novor InloKicalot.
nid romoiiies tic het curative iiropertics of nil.'
It Hun Snred lhiiiilred of Live ; ) It Hay!
Hn to Yours,
I iiiy a $nc. not t loot your druM, and to nvoiir
rnimtcifeits be mm our Mnatur-j i t) i t!if out
side vr:itior. Ilmrnv eV (it.. Cie-ui. u, V. V
Parker's Hair Balsam.
Tho Unst A 3Iost lonomtcal Hair Droaslnp;
C'ontaiuinir only ingredients that are beneficial
to the hair inwt hcalp, tlm Halsam will be found
far mure t-atUhiutory than any other preparation.
It Never Falls to ItestoroClroy or Failed Hnlr
to the original youthful color mid U warranted to
remove l.udni!f, prevent Italdiu-t nnd promote a
growth of young liuir. Soid by tiruggistt at 50 cts,
29 d ly
BKNJ. P. GKaPTON. Htoht B. Laud,
IIai.iirkt K. Pains.
Late CommiHHioner qf Patents
PAINE, URAFTON & LAUD,
Atlorneyaut-Law and Solicitor qf American
and tbreipn Patents.
Jfo. 412 Fltth Street,
Wnnliintj-toii, r. C
Practice Patent Law In all Its branches In the
Patent Olllco, and In the Supreme and Circuit
Courts of the United mates. Pamphlet sent free
on receipt of stamp for postage. 3
A Great Cause of Human Misery
Is the L.OHH ot
A LECTURE ON THE NATUKE. TKEAT
men t. and Hadlcal cure ot Seminal Weakness, or
Hperniatorrhira, induced by Self Abuse, Involun
tary Kminlssious, Impotency, Nervous Debility,
and Impediments to marriage generally; Con.
sumption, Epilepsy, and Fits: Mental and I'll vh.
leal Incapacity, etc. by KOBERT .T. CULVEK
WELL. M. D.. author of the "Ureen Book." etc.
The world-renowned author. In this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves from Ills own experience
that the awful consequences of Keif-Abuse may
be effectually removed without dangerous sur
glcal operations, bougies, Instruments, rings, or
cordials: pointing out a mode of cure at once
certain and elfectual. by which every sufferer, no
mallei- what his condition mav be. may cure him
self cheaply, privately and radically.
9.Thls Lecture will prove a boon to thou
sands and thousands.
Kent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad
dress, on receipt of six cents or two pos'tane
stamps. We have also a sure cure for Tape
THE CULVER HELL MEDICAL CO.,
40plj 41 Ann St., New York: P. O. Box, 4586.
A FULL ASSORTMENT
IRON & STEEL
WILT, BE FOUND AT
OUR NEW STORE-ROOM.
F. MO It TIMER,
Xew liloom field.
CIIAH.J.T.MdINTIHE, Attorney at Law,
New llliinmneld, Perry oo., Pa.
All professional business promptlyaudfaltl
fully attended to. B 3 It
JOHN OALVIN WALU8, Attorney at Law
and District Attorney.
New ItloomrtHd. Perry Co., Pa.
MrOlllne over Mori liner's new store. All legal
business promptly and carefully transacted.
May 4, 1st".
Jl, JUS KIN. Attorney at-Law,
New llioomllelil. Perry eo., Pa.
"Ofllue-4Woxtdoor to the residence of Judge
ATT'OIIN KY AT LAW,
NEW DI.OOMFIRLD, PERRY CO., PA.
-()lalms promptly snoured oolleoled
Wrltlngsaiid all legal business earefullyattend
ed to. it yl
CHARLES II.AMILKr, Attorney at Law." '
New Hlonmllelil, Perry Co. Pa.
Olllce two doors east of Joseph Smith's
hotel. August , 1H72.
1TM. A.BPONHf.EK, Attorney-at-Uw,
Vy Odlce adjoining his residence, on East
Main street, New Bloomlleld, Perry oo., Pa. 8 2 ly
WM. N. REIBERT. Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlleld, I'erryco.,Pa.
Illoomtleld, 8 331y.
IKWIS POTTER. NOTARTPUBUO, New Bloom.
A field. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Lesses carefully
Erepared and acknowledgements taken. All
Inds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certilled.wlll also take depositions to be reed la
anyeourt In the United States. Tluly
CIIA8. A. BARNKTT, Attorney-at-Law,
positethe Presliyterlan (jiiiirch
nurmcenn nignireei, nonnsiue, nearly op
ML. LIOUETT. ArroBxny-AT-Lsw,
Newport, Perry Vounly. Pa.
Having permanently located at Newport, will
give prompt and careful attention to all busl
ness matters nommltfed to his care.
Olltce, No. o North Second Street.
Newport, April 2t 1H7S.
-11TM. A. MOItHISON,
VV JUHTfCK OK THE PEACE and OENERAL
COI.LKCTOK, NbwOrkmantowh. Perryoo.,Pa.
-llsinlttanneswlllbe made promptly for all
Collections made. 744
K. It. M. ALEXANDER,
New Bloomlleld, Perry County, Pa.
Otlloe onCarllsle, Ht., dlrentlynppnslte the Pres.
byterian Church. Everything belonging to the
profession done In the best manner. a.Au.
WoiiK Wakiiantkd. Terms moderate. 2s
W. ROWE, M. D.
Physician ami Hit recoil Dcnllsl.
Otlloe near Blxler's Mills, where all professional
business will he promptly attended to, Dental
work of all kinds warraulediu price and quality.
May 26. '80. ly.
RAND BOULEVARD HOTEL,
turner 3tli fit. and llroadwar,
On Both American A European Plum.
Prontlngon Central Park, the Grand Boule
vard. Broadway and Fifty. Ninth Street, this Ho
tel occupies the entire square, and was built and
furnished at an fx peine of over ftno.oou. It is
one of the most elegant as well as itnest located
In the city ; has a passenger Elevator and all
modern improvements, and Is within one square
of the depots of the Sixth and Eighth Avenue
Elevated It. H. Cars and still nearer to the Broad
way cars convenient and accessible from all
tiarts of the city. Kooms with board, 12 per day.
Ipeclal rates for families and permanent guests.
Aug. 24. 'eO ly) E. UASKELL, Proprietor.
Tho Feople'M Sewing Machine I, light
running has simple tensions, a large, easily
threaded shuttle winds the bobbin without
running the works of the machine, and is so
simple in its construction that it is easily
Where our sewing machines are not repre
sented, and we offer the most liberal induce
ments. Send for Illustrated Circulars to the
Philadelphia Sewing Machine Co.,
for this style of PHILADEL
PHIA SINGER. Equal to any
Singer In the market. Remem
ber, we send it to be exam
ined before you pay for It.
This is the same style other
companies retail for SoO. All
Machines warranted for three
years. Send for our Illustrat
ed Circular and Testimonials.
CHARLES A. WOOD s CO..
17 N. Tenth St., Philadelphia. Pa.
J.- -1 JP
U fmd lisbrtat tnm .1 1 Mm
b cap.hoiwlih 8.lf.AdjwU
MllloOi Of tt body, w
mm mcp pv
I T-rtta 1
lTiWlffbl. ud rum trula. Ida mj, 4vnu.U
9 8t A
AXCV Goods and Notions, Soma new ar
11 r VP WV I ft Bon't yon want somecheap
a f n Wtan goods lor rm and Suits r
lliLil 0 II Lull. If you do, don't fail to ex
amine the splendid assortment for sale by F
MORTIMER. Vou can suit yoursvltin style and
tAr p "j
UTId reply to the question, " what
are the wild wave say lug V we would
tuggest that It must be, " Come and tee
us ueit summer, and don't forget we
charge fourteen dollars a week for
ItrOld Mrg. Walker was rending the
market reports In a Charleston paper.
"Cotton Is declining!" exclaimed the
old lady. ' Well, I thought as much
the last thread t used was remarkably
ruYes, Slr," said Mr. Gallagher,
11 It was funny enough to make a donk
ey laugh. I laughed till I cried." And
then, as he saw the smile go round the
room lie grew red In the face and went
. B- .
fjTBald IMIllngton, majestically',
" we musn't be too hard on the young
fellows, I suppose I was as big a fool
as any of them when I Was young."
" Xp" replied Fogg, " and you are not
an old man now, Bllllngton."
ty" What I want," said a very pom
pous debater, "Is Just a grain of com
mon sense hi this matter." "Well,"
retorted 'his opponent, quickly, "It
will require the eiTorts of a special Prov
idence to give It to you.'.'
t3"An exchange prints an article
headed "How Oilcloth is Made." We
have read it through carefully, but have
failed to find the Information we seek,
which is how oilcloth Is always made so
all 11 red cold to the bare feet.
tA certain gentleman recently lost
his wife, and a young miss of six, who
came to the funeral, said to his little
daughter of about the same age, " Your
pa will marry again, won't he?" "Oh
yes, but not until after the funeral."
y" I'm sitting on the style, Mary,"
he warbled, as he unconsciously plank
ed himself on her new white bonntt.
" Oh, whisper- what thou feelest," she
murmured, as she promptly introduced
an inch and a half of shawl-pin through
ty" I declare, John, I never saw
such a inau I You are always getting
some new wrinkle." And the brute
calmly replied. " Matilda, you are not,
thank fortune. If you had a new
wrinkle you would not know where to
put It dear."
Carl Preitzel's Contemplations.
Ofer it don't vas your brinclpal to pay
der interest, it should been to your
Interest to pay der brinclpal.
Dere vas no " probability" about der
vedder dls vlnder;it vas a cerdaindy
Dat vas much easier dot a camel
could valk out mit a needle's eye as a
man could lif by his mudder by law.
" Der Lord sees all tings;" und it vas
a consolin' thought to somo ob der poys
dot der Lord don't Till tell.
Home of our preacher shendlemans
stbudy so much Edernidy about dot
dey hafe no conceptions of present
Time. Lliicqyo Tribune.
Expected he would Speak.
. A servant girl who lived with a lady
In Edinburgh surprised her mistress by
giving her warning. The lady inquired
the cause, and found It was a sweet
heart. " And who is the lad V Inquired the
" Oh, he's a nice lad ; a lad that sits
in the kirk Just foment me."
"Are you sure be intends to marry
" I dare say he does, mem."
" Have you had much of each other's
"When did you converse with him
"Deed, we have not conversed any
" Then how should you suppose that
he is going to marry you ?"
"Oh," replied the Mmple girl, "he's
been long looking at me, and I think
he'll soon be speaking. "
Improvement for Miad and Body.
For genuine merit there is no tonic
sold that begins to compare with Park,
er's Ginger Tonic. One SO cent bottle
contains more life and strength restoring
power than a bushel of malt or a gallon
of pure milk. As an appetizer, blood
puritler and kidney correcter, it meets
with astonishing success, and invalids
find its use promptly followed by renew,
ed energy and vivacity, mental and phys
ical improvement, aud gradual rea to ra
tion to perfect health, t?ee advertisement
In another column. 14 lm