The New Bloomfield, Pa. times. (New Bloomfield, Pa.) 1877-188?, September 20, 1881, Page 7, Image 7
THE TIMES, NEW J1L00MF1EL1), PA., SEl'TEMBElt 20.1881; Philadelphia Advertisements. Ready Mixed Taints ! JUCAS' READY MIXED TAINTS ! WOWATKR.JSO CIIEMIOALB, ISO BENZINE. BUT A PURB OIL PAINT, READY FOR USE. Sample OiiimIw. 80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF ;rAlNT BENT BT MAIL. CTIS PUT ONLIKK OTHER PAINT. MADE WIT I LKA ANUOIIi. VIZ ! NICELY BKUHIIKIIOUT. NOT FLOWED ON LIKE WATKH PAINT TRY IX, And You Will ProTe It to be the Best Liquid l'aiut lu the Market. .TO 1 1 IN IjUCAH Ac CO., Philadelphia, MANUFACTURERS OF Swiss and Imperial French Urccn, WHITE LEAD, COLORS, VARNISHES, &c 1ST For Samplo Cards apply to F. Morti mer, Now Bloomllold, Fa., or to John Lucas A Co., riilladolphla. EIGLER&SWEARINGEN' Suooossors to 8HAFFNEH.ZIEGLER&CO.. Importers and Dealers In Hosiery, CJIoves, Ribbons, Nuspeutlers, THREADS, COMBS, and every variety o( TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS, No.36. North Fourth Stroet. PHILADELPHIA, PENN'A Agents for Lancaster Combs. w. H. KENNEDY WITH TRIMBLE, BRITTON t Co., WHOLESALE GROCERS, No. 503 MARKET BTLEET, . PHILADELPHIA. 7 1 gOWER, POTTS & CO., BOOKSELLERS, STATIONERS, And Dealers in CURTAIN & WALLPAPER. Ill, A Ma ISOOKS Always on hand, and made to Order, Koa. 630 Market and 521 Minor Streets, PUILADELFHIA, rA. S.MX90, Publishers of Sanders' New Read, ors, and Brook' Arithmetics. Also, Kobcrt's History ot the United States, Felton's Outline Maps, etc. JLOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON, WHOLESALE Hardware House, No. G25 Market Street, Philadelphia, Penn'a. JANNEY & ANDREWS, No. 123 MARKET STREET, Philadelphia, Pa. QRAYBILL & CO., 4 WHOLESALE DEALERS IM Oil Cloths, Carpets, Shades, Brooms, Carpet Chain, Wadding, Batting: Twines, &., And a fine Assortment ot WOOD and WILLOW WABE, No. 420 Market street, above th, PHILADELPHIA. Philadelphia Advertisements. muelIbomboger, with n I hum:, scott v C O.. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN Dry Goods, Carpets, OIL CLOTHH, Cotton .V Woolen Chain. le. No. 333 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA. Merchants wishing to select from as large a stock as ran be foimil 'In the city, and at the LOW KMT HASH PUHJKh, sliimld give me a call. All null orders shun receive iirompt atten tion, and cure will be taken to till tiiein so as to give sni Isfnct Ion. August 31. lHHIl.tf . " WAINWRIGHT & CO. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND TEA DEALERS, North East Corner ol 2nd and Arch Street, Philadelphia Perm's. J. S. DOUGHERTY WITH D. J. HOAR & CO., WHOLBBALS BOOT AND SHOE WAREHOUSE, Will NAltKET STKEKT, Philadelphia, Penn'a. H ALL, SHENK & CO., 405 Si 407 Karkot Street, Plillndelphia, (Old Stand of Barcroft &.,) WHOLESALE DEALERS IN I) RY CJ O O T g . January 1 1881. KENDALL'S STATIN CURE 1 TUB MOST SUCCESSFUL KRMEDY EVER discovered, as It Is certain In its effects und does not blis'er. Head Proof Ilelow. From Iter. N. P. Granger, Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District. St. Albans, Vt Jan. 20th, 1880. DR. J. B. KENDALL & CO., dents: In reply to your letter I will say that my experience with Kendall's Spavin Cure has been very satisfactory Indeed. Three or fouryears ago I procured a but tle of your agent, and' with it, cured a horse of lameness caused by Spavin. Last season my horse became very lame and I turned lilm out for a few weeks when he became better, but when I put him on the road he grew worse, when 1 dis covered Unit a ring bone was forming, I procured a bottle of Kendall's Hoavln cure, and with less than a bottle cured him so that he is not lame, neither can the bunch be found. ltespeotfully yours, - P. N. GRANGER. Perseverance "Will Tell ! Stoughton, Mass., March Kirn, 1880. B.J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In justice to you and myself, I think 1 ought to let you know that I have removed TWO BONE SPAVINS with Ken dall's Spavin Cure," one very large one; don't know how long the Spavin had been there. I have owned the horse eight mouths. It took me four months to take the largo one off, and two months for the small one. 1 nave used 10 bott les. The horse is entirely well, not at all stilt, und no bunch to be seen or felt. This is a wonderful medicine. It is a new thing here, but if It does for all what It has done for me its sale will be very great. ltespectfully yours, CHAS. E.PARKER. Is sure in effects, mild In its action as It does not blister, and yet Is penetrating and powerful to reach any deep seated pain or to remove any bony growth or any other enlargement, if used for several days, such as spavins, splints, curbs, callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness and all enlargements of the Joints or limbs, or rheuma tism In man and for any purpose for which a lin iment for man or beast. It is now known to be the best liniment for man ever used, acting mild and yet certain In Its e It eels. It is used full strength with perfect safety at all seasons of the year. , Send address for Illustrated Circular, which we think gives positive oroof of Its virtues. No remedy has ever met with such unqualified snc cess, to our k nowledge, for beast as well as man. Price tl. per bottle, or Six bottlesfor $d. All Drug gists have It or can get It for you, or It will be sent to any address on receipt of price bv the propri etors. DR. B. J. KENDALL i CO., Euoaburg Falls, Vermont. " Kendall's Spavin Cure" is now sold by all the leading wholesale druggists and a large number of prominent retail druggists. -K. MoKTiMEii.New Bloomlleld, agent for Perry Co., Pa. A FULL ASSORTMENT OF HARDWARE, IRON & STEEL WILL BE FOUND AT OUR NEW STORE-ROOM. F. MORTIMER, Arw liloom field. JACOB STRICKLER, PH. G. U Dealer In Pure and ltellable Druss, Medicines and Chemicals, Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fine Perfumes, eto. Tobacco and Cigars, Blank Books aud Stationery. Prescriptions a specialty. STOKE Two doors Kast of the Big Spring. Bloowneld, May 3, ltsai. , BROWN'S mm mim M VuA -immr M - Vii n sure RncifT,f?P)(S! appetiser oj u u y li.lniS); I HON HITTERS nro highly recommended for nil diseases requiring J n curtain and efficient Ionic especially IndiqeMion, Itjpfpiit, Intcrvntlrtdx l,emn,nanlijfAppelile,UmnStrenglrMrkgyle, Enriches tlia blood, I strengthens tlio iniiscles.und Kivcs new lifo to Hto nerves. They net like a olinrm J im u u uijj.'su ve orpins, remortnr nil ayupcptui mrmptomji, such ns Tnttmq the Food, ....... i ntumncn.j irnrioum.cin, that will not bliioknn tho tenth or plvo iada:ho. Bold by till (lruijclsls. Write for tlio A Tt P Tli IM nit nf Manful nnil nniiittint winsf. ing) Ktitree. 11KOWN CHEEnCAL CO..Ualtlmorc.Md. jg-ng in- mm Professional Curds. CHAS. J. T, MclINTIIlK, Attorney-at-Law , New Bloomlleld. 1'erry co., Pa. -All profnssionii I business promptlyaudf allb fullyattoiided to. 8 i 1 v. JOHN, CALVIN WALLIS, Attorney-at-Law and District Attorney. New llloomlleld. Perry Co.. Pa. -()llloe over Mortimer's new store. All legal business promptly and carefully transacted. May 4, Isin. J' K . .1 U N Kl N, Attorn.TyaMaw; New Blooinlleld. Perry co., fa. -OIUce Next door to the residence of Judgf J tl 11 K 1 11 . 4,-,tl JKWI i'OXTKIt. " . ATTOHNKY AT LAW, NEW BLOOMKIELD. PERRY CO.. PA. CIalms promptly seoured collected Wrltlugsaud all legal business carefullyattend edto. d2yi OH A It I, '.8 H. HMILKY, Attorney at Law. New Bloomllrlil, Perry !o. Pa. -OIIIm - wo doors east of Joseph Smith's Hotel. 1 August 2, 1872 1T-M. A.SPONSLKR, Attorney-at-Law. TV Olllce adjoining his residence, on Kasl Main street, New Bloomlleld, Perry co., Pa. 32 ly WM. N. SE1BKRT, Attorney-at l.aw, New Bloomlleld, Perry oo.,Pa. Illoomlleld,33Iv. IEWISI'OTTKIt, notart PUBLIC, New Bloom J Held. Perry Co., Pa. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Leases careful!) prepared and acknowledgements taken, All kinds of Pension und Bounty papers drawn and certified, will also take depositions to be rer.d In anveouri in iho unitea states. 7 ltuy CHAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law, New Bloomlleld .Perry CO., Pa .Onicn on high street. North sldo, nearly op poiite the Presbyterian Church. 3 21y ML. LIUGETT. Attoknrt-at-La w, JYewiiort, I'erry County. Pa. Having permanently located at Newport, will give prompt and caretul attention to all busl ues matters commit ted to his care, V Olllce, No. n North Second Street. Newport, April 2P 1878. D R. 0. P. BOLLINGER, Physician and Surgson, Office In residence on Main Street, New Bloomlleld. Pa. CHKONIO DISEASES TREATED. 18 tf T SUNDY,M. D. U Physician aud Surgeon. A graduate of Cleveland Medical College. Located permanently In the borough of Bloom field. Oilers his professional services to the citi zens of Bloomlleld and Mirroundliig vlclnlly. Calls tu the country attended to prompt ly. Olllce In the room formerly occupied bv Dr. D. H. Sweeney, in the residence of 11. W. Smith. Mala street, New Bloomlleld, Pa. ltf 6m D R. R. M. ALEXANDER, SURGEOX DENTIST. New Bloomlleld, Perry County, Pa. WOfllceon Main Street. South Side, nearly opposite the residence ol Wni. McKee. Everything belonging to the profession done tn the best manner. All WoiiK Wakiunt eu. Terms moderate. 28 J W. ROWE, M. D. Physician aud .Surgeon Dentist. Oftice near Blxler's Mills, where all professional business will be promptly attended to. Dental work of all kinds warraulediu price and quality. May 25. '80. ly. LIGHT-RUNNING PEOPLE'S Sowing Machine. if ' i The reople'H Sewing Machine Is light running has simple tensions, a largo, cosily threaded shuttle winds tho bobbin without running tho works of the machine, and Is so simple In its construction that it is easily understood. AGENTS WANTED Where our sewing machines are not repre sented, and we offer the most liberal induce ments. Bend for Illustrated Circulars to the Philadelphia Sewing Machine Co., PHILADELPHIA, PA. 13 6m E4TATK TJOTICK. Notice Is hereby given that letters ol administration ou the estate of John Smith, late of Carroll two., Perry county. Pa., deceased, have been granted to the under signed, residing at Khermausdale. Perry Co., Pa. All persons Indebted to said estate are request ed to make immediate payment aud those having claims will preseut them duly authentlcatedfor setlleineutto CYKU8 W. SMITH, Adiiiiuistrator. AYTRUEJONIC x no fully I nm rreiii KIKGSFORD'S OSWEGO OSWEGO CORM STARCH PUREWIDsiLVER GLOSS STARCH For the Taundrjr. Is the host nnd most eeonomiml in thn world. Is fwrfeetlv pure, fren from Artrtn sml other foreign substsnecs thst Injure Linen. Is slpijnger than any oilier, requiring iiimh hut qnsn tity In using. Is uniform, "tinWis and finishes work alwnysthesome. Kinorsfonl's Pulverised CornStareh for 1'iiddlnes, llaun-Mani;e, ( nke. Ae ii pure und Jellrato. Prt'fershle tn Bermuda Arrowroot. When foil ask for Klngsford's Oswi-ito Ktereh, sec that you gi'tlt, as Inferior kinds are often sulntltuted. Solil hy Int-tlnu Grocer every u-ht re. T. KINOHFOIID A SON, Oawego, Now Yjrk. Junuary 4 , 1831 6m Books! Books! o Gift Boohs, Children's Hooks, Blank Books, School Books, Bios!' Testaments! And all Kinds of Books AT BEACH'S Rook,& Drug Store. n Stationery at Wholesale or Retail o C3T Subscriptions taken for all Kow- papers aud Magnzineg. E. C. BEACH, Newport, Penn'a. YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY t'nllned.or svllli Copper, Porcrlaln,nr Iron LliiiiiK.. Eac h one bivnciled with my name as manunu'turer is warranted in material and con struction. For sale by the best houses in 4ho trade. If you do not know where to get tills pinup, write to me as below, ami I will send name of t-eent nearest you, who will supply you fit my lowest prices. CHAS. O. BLATCHLEY, Kanufactnror, 308 Market St,, Philadelphia, Pa. 3" For sale by F. Mortimer, Neir Bloomneld, Pa. tl Bknj. F. GbaTton. Stoht B. Ladd, Halbkkt E. Pais. Late OumtaUsiontr u) Patents- PATENTS. PAINE, GRAllOS & LADD, i4fornei;-af-Xnw ondl SoltcHort o American anu tvreign xiier. Xo. 412 nrth Street, WnisililEifirton, 13. C. Practice Patent Law in all Its branches In th Patent omee. and lu I lie Supreme aud Circuit Courts of the United States. PamphltU sent )ree on receipt of stamp lor posiarge. so urniHni fe 3 l 03WE00 NY. 1 J S5 Hhhs druniH nbould be folJ by the pound. fiJT"Oo to the ant, thou sluggard" la all very well, but if the sluggard will go to a picnic the ant will come to him. $-y You cannot cultivate a man' ac quaiutanne by continually harrowing his feelings. fA Bt. Louis cat has died of sun stroke. What this country wants Is more sun and less bootjack. 3T Who says It's unhealthy to sleep In feathers? Look at the Spring chick en and see how tough he Is. . ..-- - t'S" A Buffalo girl never has her wed ding dress made hi that , city, for fear somebody will say she was tuarriod In a buflalo robe. tJT" A Subscriber wants toknow" why tea stores are painted red." It is because proprietors of these stores employ men to paint them that color. fry A Troy lawyer asked a woman on the witness stand her age. She prompt ly replied : " I sold milk for you to drink when a baby, and I havn't got any pay yet." . . ' tW An Irishman, quarreling with an Kngllshman, told hka if he didn't bold his tongue, he would break his impene trable head, and let the brains out of his empty skull. O" A little fellow, turning over the leaves of a scrap book, came across the well-known picture of some chickens justouJtof their shell. He examined the picture carefully, and then, with a grave, sagacious look, slowly remarked): " They came out 'cos they was afraid of being boiled." (JTA clergyman at the Worcester As sizes, in the trial of a case that related to the soundness of a horse, was asked by a brow-beating barrister : "Pray, Blr,do you know the difference between a horse and a cow?" "I know sir," was the reply, " the difference between a bull and a bully. The one has horns and the other (with a bow to the barrister,) luckily for me, has none." A loin of mutton was on the ta ble, and the gentleman opposite, took the carver in his hand. " Shall I cut it saddlewise V" quoth he. " You had better cut It bridlewlse," replied his neighbor, " for then we shall all have a chance to get a bit in our mouths." K3T A pretty girl out West told her beau that she was a mind-reader " You don't say so," he exclaimed. "Yes," said she. "You have It in mind to ask me to be your wife, but you are just a little scared at the idea." Their wedding cards are out. His Interest in the Boy. A negro boy In Galveston came very near being run over by the locomotive of the special train. Had it not been that an old negro, at the risk of his life, seized the boy by the collar and jerked him backward just as '.the cow-catcher reached bim, be would undoubtedly have been cut to pieces. A gentleman, who witnessed the heroic act, said to the old negro : " I suppose you are the father of that boy?" " No, sah, bis fodder libs out in de country, and sends his boy to town to get his edification. De boy boards wid me, sah." - " Y'ou seem to take a great deal of in terest In him." " Indeed, I does, sah. His fodder owes me foah two mumfs board ob dat boy ; so you see dis ain't de right time foah him to be run ober by de kears." . A Safe Bet. Jenkins was traveling in Missouri just before the last Presidential election, and in the car, right across from him, two men were arguing as to the proba ble result of the election. Says one : " Hancock's the man " " No, sir. Garfleld'll get it," was the reply. Suddenly an AdventUt, sitting behind them, spoke up and said : " My friends do you know who is to be our next President t It is the Lord, who is coming at once, with his angels, to reign." Quick as thought, Jenkins, who im agined that some third-party candidate had been mentioned, sprung up, slapped the Hitlerite on the shoulder, and cried out : ' Bet you $23 he don't carry Missouri."