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Koady Mixed Paints !
u c a s '
READY MIXED TAINTS !
NO WATER, NO CHEMICALS) NO BENZINE,
BUT A TURK
READY FOB USE.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF rAlST
BENT BY MAIL.
IT IS PUT ON LIKE OTHER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY
BRUSHED OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON L1K.K WATER PAINT
And Yon Will Prove It to be the Best
Liquid l'alut in the Market.
JOHN LTJCA.8 Sc CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Urcen,
WHITE LEAD, COLORS,
For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti
mer, New BloomUeld, Pa., or to John Lucas &
BHAFFNEH, ZIEGLER CO.,
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety ol
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BRITTON ft Co.,
No. 505 MARKET BTLEET,
PHILADELPHIA 7 1
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers In
CURTAIN & WALLPAPER.
II L A Mi KOOKS
Always on hand, and made to Order,
Nos. 530 Market and 521 Minor Streets,
PHIL A DEL PHI A , PA.
3,tALSO, Publishers of Sanders' New Head
rs, and Brooks' Arithmetic. Also, Robert's
History ot the United States, Feltou's Outliue
T LOYD, SUPPLEE & WALTON,
No. 625 Market 8treet,
JANNEY & ANDREWS,
No. 123 MARKET STREET,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting: Twines, &.,
And a One Assortment ol
WOOD and WILLOW WARE,
He. 120 Market street, above 4th,
HlftUM?, SC OTT fe CO..
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Dry Goods, Carpets,
(Jolt on fc Woolen Chain, V
No. 333 MARKET STREET,
Merchants wishing to select from as large a
stock as can lift found "111 the city, and at the
LOWEST CASH PlflCKS. should give me a call.
. All mall orders slu'l receive prompt at ten
tion, anil euro will be taaeu to II 1 1 them to as to
" WAIN WHIG UT "& CO.
North East Comer of 2nd and Arch Street,
J S. DOUGHERTY
D. J. HOAR & CO.,
BOOT AND SHOE
HI!) MARK 1ST STKEET,
JJALL, SHENK & C0
405 & 407 Market Street,
Phil ult Iphin.
(Old Stand of Barcroft &Co.,)
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE !
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL REMEDY EVER
discovered, as It Is certain In Its eltects and does
not blister. Rend Proof Below.
From Key. Ji. I. (inuiger,
Presiding Elder of the St. Albans District.
St. Albans, Vt., Jan. 20th, 1880.
DR. .1. B. KENDALL ft CO.. Cents: In reply
to your letter I will say that my experience with
Kendall's Spavin Cure has been vol y satisfactory
Indeed. Three or four)ears ago I procured a bot
tle of your agent, and Willi it, cured a horse of
lameness caused by Spavin. Last season my
horse became very lame and I turned him out for
a few weeks when he became better, but when I
put him on the road he grew worse, when I dls
coveredthata ringbone was forming. I procured
a bottle ol Kendall's Spavin Cure, and with less
than a bottle cured him so that he is not lame,
neither can the bunch be found.
P. N. GRANGER.
Perseverance Will Tell !
Btoughton, Mass., March lfiin, 1880.
B.J. Kendall & Co., Gents: In Justice to yon
and nivself. 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 large one olf, and two
months for the small one. 1 have used 10 bottles.
The horse Is entirely well, not at all stiff, and 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 ine its sale will be very
great. Respectfully yours,
Is sure In effects, mild In Its action as it does
not blister, and yet Is penetrating aud powerful to
reach any deep seated pain or to remove any
bony growth or any other enlargement, If used
for i-eveial days, such as spavins, splints, curbs,
callous, sprains, swellings, any lameness and all
enlargements of tlie 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 etfects. It Is used full
strength with perfect safety at all seasous of the
Send address'for Illustrated Circular, -which we
think gives positive proof of its virtues. No
remedy has ever met with such unqualified sue
cess, to our knowledge, for beast as well as man.
Price fl. per bottle, or Six bottles for to. 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 SCO.,
Euosburg Falls, Vermont.
"Kendall's Spavin Cure" Is now sold by alt the
leading wholesale druggists aud a large uumber
of prominent retail druggists.
- K. Moktimku, New BloomUeld, agent for
Perry Co., Pa.
A FULL ASSORTMENT
IRON & STEEL
WILL BE FOUND AT
OUR NEW STORE-ROOM.
New liloom field.
JACOB STRICKLER, PH. G. '
U Dealer In Pure aud Reliable
Truss, Medicines and Chemicals, .
Toilet aud Fancy Articles, Fine Perfumes, etc.
Tobacco and Cigars, Blank Books aud Stationery.
Prescriptions a speelaltv.
Stokk Two doors Kast of the BlgSprlug.
Bloointleld, May 8, 11.
sure Id) l? fo)S
APPETISER 0) r HI rO)5
mm hi L3 La VI v I
I HON HITTERS nrd highly recommended fr nil diseases renuliing 5
a certain mnl cfllolent tonic; especially IndigeMum, Ihjnejma, Inlewittentl
leivr,nanlofApprh((-JJ(nfStrmgth.lAir.ktfKnerqu,etc. Enriches the Hood, 8
BtreiiL'tliens the luuscles.nnil elves now life to the nnrviu. Tl.o ..i l!t-n.
on the I tllK',stivo()rHns,rcmm)m3nWfp(,(m;)(ms,sncli ns Tnainq the Food,
Ji:lthivj,lfeat in the S'tomnch,Heartburn,elc. Tlio only Iron I'rpparat I mi
that iviU not blacken tlio teeth, or grlvo headache, gold by
nil linguists. WH-n f .r th- A H C Hook if)2 pp. of useful nnd imiiising read
ing) nntf.ee. 1JROVN CHEMICAL CO., Baltimore, Md.
CHAS. J. T, Muf NTIRK, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloointleld, Perry co., Pa.
-AII proteysioiinMiiislness prompt lyandfaltb
lully attended to. 8 2 1 v.
JOHN CALVIN WA1.L1S, Attorney at Law
and District Attorney.
New Blnomllelit. Perry Co. Pa.
ftT-OttlcR over Mortimer's new store. All legal
business promptly and carefully Uiinsiieled.
May 4, lSsu.
JK. .1 UN KIN, Attorney. at-LaT
New llioomtleld. Perry co.. Pa.
WOltlee Next door to the residence of Judge
ATTOUNKY AT LAW.
NEW BLOOM KIKJ(I. PKItltV CO.. PA.
Claims promptlv secured collected
Wrltingsaud all legal business carefully attend
edto. a yi
CHARI, '.B 11. HM1LKY. Attorney at Law.
New Bloointleld, I'hitv Co. Pa.
I-OIHoi 'i doors east nf JosMph Smith's
Hotel. (August 2, 1872
WM. A.SI'ONSI.EK, Attomey-at Law,
Olllce adjoining his residence, on Kasl
Malnstreet.New BloomUeld. Perry co., Pa. 3 a ly
WM. N. SE1BKRT, Attorney-at-Law,
Now BloomUeld. Perryco.. Pa.
BloomUeld. a 331 v.
IEWIB POTTEIt. not a it T public. New Bloom
J Held. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds. Bonds. Mortgages and Leases carefully
prepared aud acknowledgements taken. All
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certllled. will also take deposit ions to be rei.d In
anvcourt In the United States. 7101y
CHAS. A. BAKNKTT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloointleld. Perry co.. Pa
-OHlee on high street. North side, nearly op
positethe I'resbyterlan Church. 3 21y
ML. LlUdlSTT. AtT'Ihnfy-at-La w,
A'et(or(, terry Oounty. Pa.
Having permanently located at Newport, will
give prompt and carelul attention to all bust
ness matters committed to his care.
V Olllce, No. 30 North Second Street
Newport, April 2f 1878
R. 0. P. BOLLINGER,
rnysiciaa ana surgeon,
onice III residence on Main Street, New
BloomUeld. Pa. .
CHRONIC DlisEASE8 TREATED. 18 tf
U Physician ami Surgeon.
A graduate of Cleveland Medical College.
Located ueriniineiit.lv in the borough of Bloom.
Held. Oilers his professional services to the citi
zens of Bloointleld and surrounding viclnily.
Calls luthe country attended to promptlv. Olllce
III the room formerly occupied bv Dr. D. II.
Sweeney, In the residence nf 11. W. Smith. Main
street. New BloomUeld, Pa. It) 6m
R. K. M. ALEXANDER,
New BloomUeld. Perry County, Pa.
fOtlleeon Main Street. South Side, nearly
opposite the residence of Wm. McKee.
Everything belonging to the nrofession done
In the best manner. Ai.L Worm Warrant
ed. Terms moderate. 28
Plijrslclan and Surgeon Dentist.
Olllce near Bixler's Mills. where all prolesslonal
business will be promptly at tended to. Dental
work of all kinds warraiitedln price and quality.
May 25, '80. ly.
The FeoplB'k Sewing Muchlns Is light
running has simple tensions, a largo, cosily
threaded Bhuttlo winds the bobbin without
running tho works ot the machino, and la so
Blmple In Its construction that It is easily
Where our sewing machines are not repre
sented, and woofTer the most liberal Induce
ments. Send for Illustrated Circulars to the
Philadelphia Sewing Machine Co.,
.,1111111 ii i 1 1. . ., 'j.
I 7ISTATK MOTIC'K. Notice Is hereby given
U that letters of administration on the estate
of John Smith, lateof Carroll twp.. Perry countv,
Pa., deceased, have been granted to the under
slgued, residing at Sliermansdule. Perry Co., Pa.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
CYRUS W. SMITH,
U W JG3
make experiments on your buildings with untried
aud unreliable amides at jour expense.
for water and benzine 51. CO to ti.io per gallon.
the Lucas reliable and guaranteed Tinted Gloss
Circulars and Sample Cards of Paint mailed on
JOHN LUCAS & CO,
141 North Third Street,
13 fim Philadelphia. Pa.
files! Testaments !
And all Kinds of Books
Book & Drug Store.
Stationery at Wholesale or Retail
BS" Subscriptions taken for all News.
papers and Magazine.
E. C. BEACH,
! YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
tn1ini1,or svlfhCopicr, Porrrlaln,or Iron
I.lnluK'. Each one Penciled with my iimne as
mnmilttcturer iswarrnnted In material and con
struction. For sale by the best houses in the
trade. If you do not know where to pit this
pump, write to me ns below, aiul I will sew!
nnmoof ncent nearest you, who will supply you
at iny lovet prices.
CHAS. 6. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
308 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa.
For sale by F. Mortimer, New Bloointleld,
F. A. Lehinann. Solicitor of American and For
eign Patents. Washington. I. C All business
Connected with fxtenis, whether before the Pat
ent Olllce or the Courts, promptly attended to.
No charge maua uii.ess a pateut secured. Send
for Circular. w. c. tf
Patents for Inventions.
E. W. ANOEKSON. J. C. SMITU.
ANDERSON & SMITH,
Attorneys at Law,
No. 700 Seventh Street, Washington, D. C.
No fee for preliminary examination. No fee
unless patent allowed. Fees less than any other
responsible agency. Books of Information sent
free ot charge. Kefrreuces furnished upon re
quest. w. c. tf
INVCNTflRQ Address EDSOX BROS... At
ll I Una torneysat Law aud Pateut
Solicitors, 617 Heventh Street. Washington. D. C,
for instructions, lteasjuahle terms. References
and advice sent FUKK. We attend exclusively
to Patent business. Re'ssues, Interferences, and
cases rejected in other bands a specialty. Caveats
solicited. Upon receipt of model or sketch and
description we give our opinion as to patentabil
ity, KKEB of chaki.e . We refer to the Commis
sioner of Patents, also to Ex-Commissioner
Established lstsi. w. c If
ANCY Goods and Notions, Some new r
t3f" "Ob, you are too self conscious,"
said Fogg to a young man. "I self
conscious 1 exclaimed Adolescence; "I
am conscious of nothing." "That's
what I said," replied Fogg.
tJT Mrs. Bwlsahelm says If men wear
boots at all the boots should r?ach to the
waist and be fastened by a belt; that
they should wear no collars, but leave
the neck and throat bare; that "the
pantaloon" 1b an awkward contrivance,
impeding locomotion and catching dirt;
that a "boiled shirt" is a physical abom
ination, and the bat of a man is the cli
max of bis absurdity. We should like
to see a man dressed after Mrs. Bwlss
liel m's ideal. Ye gods 1 wouldn't he be
a beauty t"
Contemporary appreciates the follow
ing specimen of Irish gallantry and
grammar. Bo do we:
In a railroad car the seats were all full
except one, which was occupied by a
pleasant-looking Irishman ; and at one
of the stations a couple of evidently well
bred and intelligent young ladies came
in to procure seats. Seeing none vacant,
they were about to go Into the next car,
when Patrick arose hastily and offered
them bis seat with evident pleasure.
" But you will have no seat for your
self," responded one of the young ladies,
with a smile, hesitating, with true po
liteness, to accept it.
"Kivermlnd that!" said the gallant
Hibernian ; "I'd ride upon a cow
catcher to New York, any time, for a
smile from such jintlemanly ladies."
And be retired hastily into the next
car, amid the cheers of bis fellow passen
gers. Guessing a Hog's Weight.
A dog fight sends the pulse of a village
up to 130, and a foot race or knock-down
will almost restore gray hairs to their
natural color ; but for real excitement
let a man come along In front of the
tavern about sundown driving a hog.
"Bay, where are you going '("'
"Going to sell this hog."
"Hold on a miuutel What does be
weigh V" ;
"Ob, about 225."
" Your' off; he won't go over 200."
Every chair Is vacated on the Instant.
Every eye is fastened on the hog rooting
in the gutter, and every man flatters
himself that be can guess within a
pound of the porker's weight.
" That hog will pull down jist exactly
195 pounds," said the blacksmith, aftera
"He won't go an ounce over 185,"adds
"I've got a $2 bill that says that hog
will kick at 210," says the bsrdware
" You must be wild," growls the gro
cer; "I can't see over 150 pounds of
Twenty men take a walk around the
porker, and squint, aud shake their
heads and look wise.and the owner final
ly says :
"If be don't go over 220, I shall feel
that I am no guesser."
"Over 220 1 If that hog weighs over
220 pounds I'll tieat this crowd!" ex
claims the owner of the 'bus line. .
" I dunno 'bout that," muses the
'Bqulre, who is on bis way to the gro
cery after butter. "Some hogs weigh
more aud some less. What breed is this
" Well, I've seen some o' them Berk
sheers that weighed like a load of sand,
and then agiu I've seed 'em where they
was all skin and bone. Has anybody
guessed that this bog will weigh GOD ?"
" Well, that's a little steep, but I've
kinder sot my idea on 250."
By this time the crowd bad increased
to a hundred, and the excitement is in
tense. The 'Squire lays a half a dollar
on 250, and the owner of hog rakes in
several bets on " between 220 and 225."
The porker is driven to the hay scales,
and the silence Is almost painful as the
weighing takes place.
"Two hundred and twenty-three I"
calls the weigher.
Growls and lamentations smite the
evening air, and stakeholders pass over
the wagers to the lucky guessers, chief
of whom is the owner of the hog.
" Well, I'm clear beat out," i-aya the
'Squire. "I felt dead sure he'd weigh
" Oh, I knew you were a ways off,"
exclaims the guileless owner. " When we
weighed him at noon he tipped at exact
ly 223, aud I knew he couldu't have
picked up or lost over a pound."