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Til I TIMES, NEW BLOOM FIELD, l'A., MAY 31, 1881.
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JEWPORT DRUG STORE.
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nsrldif on hand a complete assortment of the fol
lowing artlclM, the ubscrlber ki a bsreof yen
HOUSE, FARM AND GARDEN.
Rights of Land-Owners to tho Road.
We have before alluded to the law
upon this ouhject, nnd will add the fol
lowing, from Judge Ilennett's law :
" If a farm deed Is bounded by, on, or
upou, a rond, It usunlly extends to the
middle of the roadway. There are a
few exceptional cnses; but ordinarily
the fanner owns the soil of half the
road, and uiny use the grass, trees,
stones, gravel, sand or anything of val
ue to him, either on the land or beneath
the surface, subject only to the superior
rights of the public to' travel over the
rond,and that of the highway supervisor
or other similar officer to use such ma
terials for the repair of the road ; and
these materials he may cart away and
use elsewhere on the road, yet he has no
right to use them for his own private
purposes. No other man has a right to
feed his cattle there, or cut the grass or
trees; much less to deposit his wood, old
carts, wagons or other things thereon.
The owner of a drove of cattle which
stops to feed in front of your land, or of
a drove of pigs which root up the soil, is
responsible to you at law as much as If
they did the same things inside the
fence. No one has a legal right to pick
up the apples under your trees, although
the same stand wholly outside the fence.
vNo traveler can hitch his horse to
your treesin the sidewalk.wlthout being
liable If he gnaws the bark or otherwise
injures them. You may untie the horse
and remove him to some safe place.
If your well stands partly on your
land and partly outside the fence, no
neighbor can use it, except by your per
mission. No man has a right to stand in front
of your land and whittle or deface your
fence, throw stones at your dog, or In
sult you with abusive language without
being liable to you for trespassing on
your land. He has a right to pass in an
orderly and becoming manner a right
to use the road but not to abuse it.
To improve old potatoes, lay them in
cold water for half an hour before cook
ing. To make them mealy, pare olF a
ring of the skin, then throw them into
fast-boiling salt water a tablespoonful
of salt to a quart of water. Cook until
just done, then drain oil' all the water,
lay a folded towel over the top, and set
the kettle on the back of the stove,
where It will not scorch. They will be
ready to serve in teu minutes, but may
stand a little longer without injury.
To make tough beefsteak tender, lay
it in a mixture of oil and vinegar three
tablespoonfuls of the former to one of
the latter. Leave it six hours in this
preparation, turning it as often as con
venient, or, it may be left three or four
hours on one side and turn over, to re
main on the other side all night. The
steak will lose none of its juices, neither
will the flavor be materially changed,
but the fiber will be softened.
To cook rice so that the grains will be
whole and tender, wash It in cold water
until the water looks clear, then cook it
rapidly in boiling salted water for fifteen
minutes, after which drain and place the
covered sauce pan on the back of the
stove to steam until the grains crack
open and are tender, which will be in
about fifteen minutes longer.
A thiu coat of varnish applied tostaw
matting will keep it fresh looking and
durable. Be sure to use white varnish
for white matting. A very thin coat of
varnish will also preserve oil cloth. It
must be carefully scrubbed preparatory
to varnishing, and at other times wash
ed with skim milk.
Cribbing Horses. .
In regard to the cribbing of horses, the
Wait cm Jlural has this to oiler as a
reason and a remedy :
" Tbe horse should be placed in a stall
where the manger is lower than tbe
knees, and the lowest part of the hay
rack, and window or air hole, is higher
. than the top of his withers. The ar
rangement of the muscles of the neck
and jaw is such that he can only prac
tice cribbing when these can be brought
into' exertion at a certain leverage.
Therefore remove all the objects within
the heights mentioned, as he cannot
crib when stretching his neck up or
down. When young horses are contin
ually licking their manger, which gen
erally precedes tbe habit of cribbing, the
above arrangement should be made
forthwith, and some salt constantly
kept before them, without being mixed
among their food ; und the habit may
thus lu the start be ell'eetively prevent
CyLydia E. l'inkham's Vegetable
Compound, has rapidly made its way to
favor among druggitda, who have ob
served its etlects on the health of their
customers. Send to Mrs. Lydia K, Pink
hfcm, Si'S Western A veuue,Lyuu, Mass.
for pamphlets. 21 lit
CURES CZvK CURES
JTSPEPSU, twNf ALL DISEASES OF
LIVER Ml I THE STOMACH,
COMPLAWTS, tZlIk ILlDNtTS, SK1H,
HEART DISEASE 'M BLOOD.
(TRADE MARK.) .
A a u e. ltheuma-
tism, Drops f, Heart Disease, Iiil
tousness, nervous aeotiuy, etc,
Th9 Best REMEDY KNOW to Man!
SOLD SINCE 1870.
This Syrup possesses Varied Properties.
It Stimulates the IHyallne In the
Rnlivit, which converts tlie Starrh and
Sugar of the font! Into glucose. A dell
rlcnry In Ptynllne canui Wlml and
Souring of tho food In the Htomach. If
the medicine l taken Immediately after
mtiiin the fermentation of food 1 pre
Tented. Jf acts ifjxm the T.lrcr.
It. acts ti;wt the Kidneys.
It Rcfnilntes the llitivHa.
It rurtfinB the Illood.
If. Quiets the JVmm System
It. Promotes 1)1 f test Ion.
It Nourishes, strenqthm and Invlnorates.
It carries off the Olit Illood and makes neu
It opens tlie pores of the skin and induces
It neutralize the lieredltnry tuint, orpolson
In tlie blood, w hich gelignites Scrofula, Kry
Hlpehis. nnd nil iiiunnor of BUln diseases and
There are no spirits employed In Its mnnu.
f ficturo, nnd It, can bo tnden by tho most dell,
cnte babe, or by the iiiredaiid feeble, rareonly
being required In attention to directions.
DHUOGIST9 SF.LI. ITi
Xttoratory, 77 West 8d St,
Liver und Kidney Diseases.
MEciiANHsiii'Ro. Cumberland Co., I'a.
Pfar Si r : This Is to certify that your INDIAN
BI.OUD SVKUP lias completely cured nie of Liver
and Kidney Disease, afttr the iluctois failed to
give me relief.
JAMES K. LUCAS.
Sure Cure for Dyspepsia.
Meciiam BiirHO, Cumberland Co., Pa.
Dear Sir: I was sulterlnc with Dyspepsia,
bad severe biirnlnij at the pit of my Stomach,
with Nauseating sensation, dullness of spirits,
headache and ueiienil latiMUnr.iind the use of your
INDIAN JlLOOD Sl'UU P entile v cured me.
8. 11. XlUaULB.
YBtMEKrcvwH, Minim Co., Pa.
Dear Rut: I have tiil your excellent INDIAN
lll.OOD KYKl'l' f.ir l.ner Complaint, and have
found It to be just as recommended. I would en
courage ail to use It.
SAMUEL D ATTOUFF.
Never Fiii Is to Cure.
YEtoEiiTowM. Mlttlln Co., Pa.
Dear Sir: Myself nnd dHUnhter were atlllcted
with an Affection of the Kve and the use ot your
great INDIAN IILOOD KYHU P effectually cured
us. after having tried vnrlus med clnes without,
ellect. KE11KCCA J. MeKALlPS.
An Excellent Remedy.
YEAUEItTOwM, MllllinCo., Pa.
Pfar Km: llavlnii thnrnniihlv tested the mor
ns of votir I N l)U N 1!UH)D SVKUP, I am satis,
tied that it Is a valuable medicine.
8. It. lilt ACKIN.
Man.n'b Axe Factort, Mllllln Co , Pa.
Dear Sih: I do hereby cerllfy that your lelia-'
ble INDIAN HI. Oul hVKUP has done me much
(rood. Any one desh inv to knew the merits of
the Syrup, un a how 1 have been benetlted. can
address MltS. liACHLE KUYVK.
A Splendid Klooil Purifier.
Caruick Fiirnacr, Franklin Co., Pa.
Dear Sin: This Isto eertlfy that your INDIAN
BI.OOIJ SV UUP has cured my little Bill of Scrof
u I a. I can lecommeiid It to le tin excellent
Bio Hulller. 8. J. MUKPH Y.
For Kidney Diseases.
Caiiuk k Furnace, Franklin Co.. l'n.
DearRir: I have used yoiirejcellent INDIAN
BLOOD SVKUP lor Kidney Cninplnlm and Pain
In the Hack, and my wif.1 has ued It for l'ttlii iu
the 8:de, and It ellectuallx ciued us both.
. M It. & M HS. ST. CLAIR.
Diseases of the Lungs.
Sharon, Mercer county. Pa.
Dear Sir: I was alllicted with Lung and Heart
Disease, ami have lecelved much beiicllt by tho
use of your INDIAN 11L0OU SYKU P.
MU. DK FOKKST.
. Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Sharon, Mercer county, P.
I1er Sir: I have med your INDIAN BLOOO
SVKUP for Dyspepsl t. with very beneficial re.
Bulls, and caii recuiniiiend load similarly a lllctcd.
North u m nK R laV ii, Noilliuniberland Co.. Pa.
Dkau Sir: I have used ' our INDIAN BLOOD
RKlTP for Kidney Complaint, and received meat
benefit therefrom. JOHN BU1SN8.
NoRTniMiiERLANii, Nortliumbevlaiid Co., Pa.
DkarSir: The use of jour reliable INDIAN
BLOOD SY ItL'P lias completely cured me of
Fever and Ague. DANIEL M1LLEU.
Liver and Kidney Disease.
BuMiriiY, Northumberland Co., Pa.
hunt Riii: This Is to certify th lit vour valua-
ble INDIAN BLOOD SYHUP has entiiely cured
me of Liver aua Mdiiey uisease.
O il AS. PELTON.
Hyde Park, Lackawanna Co., Pa.
Deah Sin: I was troubled with Bilious Com
plaint and the use of your INDIAN BLOOD
Dintr eiieciuauy cuie me.
JOHN N. WILLIAMS.
IItdl Park, Lackawanna Co., Pa.
Dear Sir :-Your ereat INDIAN BLOOD 8?R
UP ha cuied nie of Dyspepsia,
MKS. 8. B. ADKIN8.
r?T"No other lino runsThrpo Thrnuph Pn.
scmrrr Trains Dnily bof.veen L'hlcngo, Dps
Moines, Council IllulTs, Oiniiha, Lincnln, St.
Josofih, Atrlilsnn, Topekn nnd Knnsns City.
Direct connoctlons for nil points In Kansas,
Nebraska, Colorado, Wyoming. Montana, Ne
vada. New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon and
Tho Shortest, Speediest nnd Most Comforta
ble llnllto via Iliiniillii.l to Fort Scntt, Denlson,
Dnllns, Houston, Austin. San Antonio, Galves
ton nnd all points In Texas.
Tho nne(iinled inducements offered by this
Lino to Travelers nnd Tourists, are ns follows:
Tho celebrated Pullman (Ill-wheel) Pnlnco
Sleeping Cars, run only on this Line. C, H. &
(,). Pnlnco Dniwlng-Itoom Curs, with Ilorton'g
Iteclininor Chillis. No extra charge for Sen ts
In Heclining Chiiirs. Tho famous C. 11. & (J.
Pnlnco Dining (Mrs. Gorgeous Smoking Cars
fitted with lllegant Iliiih-Iliii ked ltnttiin Ite
volvlng ( hairs for tho exclusive uso of flrst
Steel Track nnd Runrtlor Fnulpmrnt. com
bined with tliolr (J rent 'I hr-iiigh Cnr Arrnngo
merit, mnkos this, nlioi e nil others, the fnvorlte
ltoulo to tho Smith, Smith-Went, mid tho Fur
Try It nnd von ivlll and traveling a luxury
Instead of a dlS"eriforf.
Thro.igh Tickets vl-i this Colebrnted Line
for si te nt all olllccs lu the United Stutcs and
All Information nbont llntes of Fare, Sleep
liur Cur AecMminoibitliins. Time 1'uliles,' &c
will be cheerfully given by li))lvlliK to
J. Q. A. BK AN. Oen'l F.nstern Agent,
' 'JOU Wiishington St., Boston, Muss.
nnd llniadwiiv, New Y'ork.
jAMES U. WOOD. Gen. Puss. Agt.. Chicago.
T. J. PoU'TKH, Gen. Malinger, Chicago.
March 15 1-81-lnt
X I'. W TITA M V.X T.
As made bv the most: eminent scholars of Eng
land and A nierhn. Half the price of Correspond
ing Eugllh Edition. Larue type, linen-super cal-eudoie-.i
paper, e eirunf, binning. A separate
Comprehensive Ilismry of Hie Bible and its
Translations." Including n full account ot Ue
New Kevislon. given to subscribers
Best chalice fm agents ever ollered. ti.Send
sHiim tor particulars at once.
THE IIEMIY BILL PUBLISHING 0
I'll ill l'l 1 I-!.. , . '1 til V t'iirKL'K-
il hi.ll i ' -I'll. le flr.t
casi'. O ..i..Mlll, l,v.ii:cy, llich.
PFNIflNQ Ior SOI.nil-RS,
I LllOIUIlO viduui. fiitlivra.uiutlivi-i or
L children. ThonsniidaTetcntitlfd. renninns piren
j i or ntB "i uiiKrr.iof ,i've or riiiiirc,vuriooitu vt'im
I r imy lnaxe. Thm:ut.i8 if iniii'ni( 1 h rml
-nMitrsi-ntitiini tn i.M ki;ak mid iioi::;TY.
rATKNTH prociirfil for Invvtitnr. Htildicr
litiiU Wiirrmi td ;rorrir,lmnrManU fold. Sojilii
iinl lu irs nitpfy fur yntir rii:ht nt tnro
tinnin for 'Tlio t'i ifrrn-St.ller." nnd Pcno'i-n
nnu lixiinty lawn Itluiika nnd iiintriiclionx. Wu
ii refer t'i tii'nnniiili
r !'i HioTMTn nnd rupiit
I. W. ritTrrnrriiHi, r ii.vu,,... i.
i'ATUNTAU'j-S, Wkni6sB. Wiwhiusiun, D'. 0
A f" Outfit sent fnp to thnse who wfah tnriiirnKP in the
krMiKt plt'Hrinitt hikI prnfitnb!P liiiiiicHH knimii.
4rW KverytUiuw-in'v. Cupitiil not retnitnd. Ve will
fiirtiinl) ynu evfrythir. $10 o ilny am nnwRnlo is
t'HHily iihi1p witbout Htfiyniu- wuy finm lioine over
uiifht. N" riHk whatevt-r, Rluny new wurktrH wimted
at once. Mhii are inttklnpf lfirtiiiii'H at Die ltnuiiKfti.
Lailit-H make iih imich men. ami ymiiiK Imys and
firl nmke trrcut ) iiy. Nnotiewlm Jp wiliinir to work
fulls to niak'-' mo p nifney pvpv.v tiny than cum lie mnde
iu a Wii k at any nnllnary mptoynietit. Thnfie who
euwayr at once liiiil a utmrt ,rmd fortuue. Ad
tlteaa II. IIAM,K T fc CO,, l'oitland, Maine. 1 y
RFATTY'Q OHfiANS !ft imerul utm n. ft et
"tnl I I O ivfds onlv ftift. rifunw flli! up.
.inti"trntpd cntulogupfiee. Addres-i U HATTY,
Vrt-huintin. N. J. l'JAly
NEW HIGH BLOOD
' I'tirsonfi' I'urtativn Villa inaho Kew Klch
TlWU mul will completely chaiiiio tho ilo-diu
tho ontiroBVfitfMii in tluvo months. Anvnorson
who will tfiko 1 pill onrhnlhtrrom 1 lo 12 weeks
limy l)o rostorel to Hound health, if euch ft thing
be nossihle. Sent hy nmil for 8 letter stnmps,
. S. J Olt SHU'S A CO., Huston, Mas.,
formerly Jlanffor, Mf
tlwn Mncllino cvrr luvcutcil. Vi lli knit npairof
il.nklii'js, Willi HKKEi inl TOR complete, In
ai niiuiiti s. It will I60 knit great vurit ly of funcy
work fur which tiiero Is alwiivs a renilv mnrknt. Wi'it'l
for circular mul tains tn thn Twomliljr Knitting
Illucliluo Co.. 4CJ Vi'uslilutiiou St., Uuiiuu CJiua.
THE uiidersiKiied would reapeclfnllv call the
nUentiouoi the eilieus of 1'env county.
Unit he has u liuue und well selected stiick of
WINKS & LlQL'ons,
HORSE nnd MULE SHOES,
I HON AXLliS.
r-OLES j BIW8.
Paints, Oils, Glass, I'lastcr,
SOLE, CALF, KIP und ITPEIl LEATHER,
FISH. SALT. 8U( ABS. RYU UPS. TEA 8. SPICES.
TOBACCO, ClOAHS, and SMITH COAL.
John Lucas & Co's..
(ready for use.)
The best Is the CHEAPEST.
And a laruo varletyof goods not mentioned,
all of which were boiichr. Ht the Lowest Cash
Prices, nnd he oilers the siiiiie to hla Putrons at
the Very Lowest Prices for Cash or approved
trade. His motto Low prices, and Fair dealings
to all. (Jo and see hlui.
8. M. 8HULF.lt,
Liverpool, Terry Co. Pa.
AHKNTS W ANTHI) for the best and fastest sell,
hif! Pictorial Hooks and Bibles Pi k es reduo
ed .Tt percent. National Publishing Co., Phlla.
dclplila, Pa. tia3iu
Chicago & North-Western
Is the Oldest, llest Constructed, Best Equipped,
and hence the
'WKKT and 'UT1I WJEST.
It Is Hie short and best rmito between Chicago
and h'I points In
Northern Illinois, Iowa, Dtknta. WjcniiiiR, Ne
biaka. Calllornla. Oregon, Arizona. Utah, Col
orado, Idaho, MonlHiiu, Nevada, aud foi
Council EkffE, Cmaha, Denver, leaivillo,
Salt Lehc, Sen FranciECO, Dead
wood, Sioux Cit7,
Cedar KapldS. Des Moines, Columbus, and all
mints In tlie Territories, and tlie West. Also,
or Milwaukee. Oreen Hiy. Oilikosh. SiieboyRan,
Mariielle. Fond du Luc Watertown, Houuhton,
Neenali, Menasha. St. Paul, Mlnneipolls, Huron,
Volc.a. Fargo, llisiiiaick, Winona. LnCrosse,
Owalonna, and all points in Minnesota, Dakota,
Wisconsin and the Northwest.
, At Council liliilN thn Trains of the Chicago ft
North Western and Ilia U. I H'ys depart from,
arrive at, and use tlie same Julut Union Deput.
At Chicago, close connection i are made with
the Lake Sin re. Michigan Uential, llaltlinoie &
Ohio. Ft. Wayne and Pennsylvania, and Chicago
& Grand Trunk h'js, and the Kankakee and Pau
Close connections made at Junction Points.
It Is Iha ONLY LINE running
Pullman Hotel Dining Cars
CHICAGO nnd COUNCIL 1SLUFFS
I'ullman Sleejiers on atl KlyM Trains.
Insist upon Ticket Agents Selling you Tickets
via this road. Examine your Tickets, and refuse
to buy if they no nut read ovei the Chicago &
If yoiiW'fhthe Baft Traveling Accnminod
Hons you will buv your Tickets by this route,
ami ii ii.n xnnn, iivm d hi iicii.
All Ticket Agents sell Tickets by this Line.
15 MARVIN Hl'OHlTT.
2d V. P. & (Jen 1 Maos'r, Cmoiaj. Ill
LOST MANHOOD RESTORED.
A victim of youthful Imprudence canning Prema
tura Ijeray, Nervous Debility, Ixist Manhood, etc.
hariuj: tiit-d i" vain every known remedy, has dis
cover d a simple sWf cure, which he will fiend FREE
jo his f. l'iw.nuTers, address J, II. UKEVEtt,
43 4'iiulhaiii Nt.. IN. 1.
Watrtir. tem wlnilm.r.(). White tni-ttl fltintincCiBii
$'.. Ititilulloii Kiihl$G. h.llii,-oM9l3. ChLaiit hih11hI
for your own n or nprnilntive iiirKHif, Vnliifible mi
uloKUufrce. IIIUMI'U.V ii C0. 13'J.NakmqSU New York.
An01lattilTrlel Kmr1y; firmovettheW'ornH
mul the secreUom that keep tirm ntivfi. We frunrtnitee
iu virtue. We have hundred of Testimonials, col
lected In the last 15 yenr. proving conclusively there
in no remetly equal to Ir Hutchinson' Worm
Destroyer to remove the Worms (all kinds, Jimma
Sea, Long, and 2up),thut Infest the human system.
phyrtciam huy than and give them to their su tiering
patients. There is no humbug or quackery about this
thoroughly reliable medicine. Trice, $i3c per box,
A, W. WRIGHT & CO.) Wholesale Druggists,
Market and Front Streets, Philadelphia
February 15, 1881 3m a
A4 A Outfit furniphed free, with full fnotruetinns for
Hw I M eniidiirtiim" tlie incut prtltHblt l)iiHiietH tliat
SabV anyone chii eniUM'e iu. The buninrpR is easy to
learu. nnd our instructions no Pimple, and plnin, tlmt
any auecan inahe KH-tit prititf from the very ftarr. No
one chii tail who 1h Willi tii t work. Women are as fmc
ei'HPful hr meu. Uoysaiid flrlr can eiirn Inive huuih.
Mimv have mnde at the Jmwlnrsa over one hundred
dollars in a Rinnle week. Nothinu- like it ever known
lief ore. All who enfnive are surprimd ot the ease and
rapidity with which they are able to make numey. Yuu
can eniratre in this buri net's duriiiir your spare time at
KTrot profit. You do not have to invent capital in it.
Wo take Bit the riik. Those who nerd ready money,
should write to ns nt once. All furnished frfce. Address
T Ii 1 1 K k ( M . Attyuftn, Maine. 1 1y
for this stvln nf PHILADEL
PHIA HINtiEK. Equal loniiy
S!nr In tlieinarkBt. lieinein
Imr. wh send it to tie exam
ined licf'ii'H yon nay for It.
Tills Is tlie xanm style other
iMiimiaiiies retail fur IN). All
Machines warranted for three
yais. Sent! for our Illustrat
ed 'I ictilii r and Testimonials.
fHMU.KH A. WOOL) CO.,
17 N. Tenth St , l'hiladulilila. Pa.
A VCT1 OjXEEHS.
Offerehls services totliet'ltizensof Perry and
Cumberland counties Post nllire address.
Nhei n'aii'dale. Perry eo. P.
Would resnectfiil'V iiilo in the cin.i lis of Perry
rou nt y i hat lie will try xalrs n hhoit i ollce. and
tit reasonable iHtes. Hati'.laclloii Muaianteed.
-Address HknkY Kei.i.. lekeslniiB. pa.
Delvllle. Perry Co.. Pa. Charges moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. 6 if
auction :tcr ,
ICKESBUKO. PERRY COUNTY, PA.
Clurges moderate. Prompt attention paid
to ail calls.
P. LATCH FORD,
Would resiiectfully Inform the public that be
will cry sales at reasonable prices. All orders
will receive uroiimt attention.
WUONNALLY'B MILLS, FERBY CO., PA.
11 w lot
Anrtloueer. The undersigned given
not lee that he will cry sales at any point In Perry
or Dauphin counties. Orders are eolicltedatid
proniptatteatlou wlllbe triyen.
K. D. WELLS,
Perry eo., Fa
Drugs and Medicines,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Also a full stock of
Also always on Hand
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
Carefully and Promptly Filled'
G. M. EBY,
' Newport, T?enix'a.
R. S. COOK & CO.,
Agree to sell all kinds of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take good Tiniberon the
stump or delivered at our Mill in exchange for
Lumber, Sic, We use Clearfield Fine and Hem
ockouly. W. R. S. COOK & CO.,
Sewport, Terrj Co., Pa.
October 10, 1876.
JONES' BROS & CO.,
( Formerly John Jones & Son,)
Grain & Produce
Brick Warehouse, Front St., above Market,.
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
WE would respectfully invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the public generally, as
the HIGHEST PRICES the market willallord,
willbe paidforall kindsof
We have constantly on hand ,
HORSK SHOES. Sc., So..
FOR 8ALE AX THE LOWEST KATES.
3u Orders promptly filled,
Newport, July 20, 1875 tf
J B. HARTZELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
X 13 W FORT, I'A.
Sole Agent for Lorilard's Superior Tobaccos
Country Merchants supplied with Goods
at Philadelphia price.
Your orders are solicited.
Firo Insurance Agent.
South East Corner Market Square,
FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES written In first
class companies on all kinds of Insurable piorer.
ty. at fair rates, aud losses honorably adjusted
and promptly paid. Correspondence solicited.
Companies Hepresentcd :
Mtna.ot Hartford. Assets, 16,700 HOO
Commercial Union. " 1.4!4.onn.
Fire Association, Phll'a., " 3,778,000.
B. HIMES, Agent.
March 11, 1880 ly
ARE PAID iT foldier dii&Mod Id
liiu f liity . ly ftctMtli'at or otherwibo. A
UOL'Xl nf.iriv klHi.liof Mnt-r,tu
or ejw, KirrTL iil--, if but slintit. di
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