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THE TIMES, NEW JJL00MF1EL1), l'A., DECEMBER 27, 1881.
WE HAVE OPENED
A TRUE TONIC
and Aviator Season
WITH ONE OF THE
Ever displayed in Central Penn
When you go to buy you like to And
a Rood assortment. You have never
looked upon a better one than we are
displaying this Benson.
We have Men's Suits, Com
$4.00, $5.00, $700.
We have men's Suits, Good, at
$8.00, 10.00, 12.00.
We have men's Overcoats at
$3.00, 5.00, 7.00.
We have men's Overcoats at
$8.00, 10.00, 12.00.
We Have Child's Bulls at
$2.00, $3.00, $5.00
We have Boy's Suits at
$3.00, 4 00, 0.00
We have Boy's Overcoats at
$2.50, 4.00, 0.00
We have Men's Heavy Boots, Good at
$1.75, 2. 60, 3.00
We have Boy's Heavy Boots, Good at
$1.50, 2.00, 2.50
We have Ladies' Heavy Shoes at
$1.00, 1.25, 1.50
We have Ladles' Buttou Shoes at
We have Children's Button Shoes at
90cts. $1.00, 1.25
We have Common Carpets at
20c. 25c. 35c. per yard.
We have Good Carpet at
64c. COo. 75c. per yard.
We have Trunks for
We have Wool Hats (Men's) at
COo. 00. 73
We have Fur Hats at
$1.00, 1.50, 2.00
We have Ladies' Coats at
$2.50, 3.60, 0.00
We have Ladies' Dolmans at
$4.50, 7.00 10.00
We have a full line of Shawls,
Skirts, Hosiery, Men and
Women's Underwear, Watches,
Jewelry, and the best general
line of Ladies' and Gent's
in the County. Don't for
get the longest established and
most Reliable house.
EBY'S NEW BUILDINC,
NEW TORK, 1582.
The Sun for 1882 will make Its fifteenth annual
revolution under the present management, shin.
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gracious, contented and unhappy. Kepubllcan
and Democratic, depraved and virtuous, Intelli
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and womankind of every sort; but its genial
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The Sun of 1R6S was a newspaper of a new kind.
It discarded many of the forms, and a multitude
of the superfluous words and phrases of ancient
journalism. It undertook to report In a fresh,
succinct, unconventional way all the news of the
world, omitting no event of human Interest, and
commenting upon altatis with the fearlessness of
absolute independence. The success of this ex
periment was the success of Tbb Bun. Itellected
a permanent change In the style of American
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By a liberal use of the means which an abund
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and events. That habit U the only secret of The
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I. W. ENGLAND.
Publisher of Tub hun.
7-52 Mew York City.
MARX DUKES 4 CO.,
L0YD, SUPPLEE & WALTON,
Mo. 623 Market Street,
Ready Mixed Paints !
READY MIXED PAINTS !
NO WATER, NO CHEMICALS, NO BENZINE,
BUT A PUKK
READY FOR USE.
80 BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF PA1ST
BENT BT MAIL.
IT 18 PUT ON LIKE OTIIER PAINT. MADE
WITH LEAD AND OIL, VIZ: NICELY
BKUH11K1) OUT. NOT FLOWED
ON HK.K WATER PAINT
And Ton Will FroTA It to be the Best
Liquid Faint In the Market.
.TOIirsT LUCAS Ac CO.,
Swiss and Imperial French Green,
WHITE LEAD, COLORS,
""' VARNISHES, &c
t&" For Sample Cards apply to F. Morti
mer, New Bloomtiold, Pa., or to John Lucas &
DWARD S. ZEIGLER & CO.,
ZIKGLER & BWEAUINGEN,.
Importers and Dealers In
and every variety of
TRIMMINGS & FANCY GOODS,
No. 36, North Fourth Street.
Agents for Lancaster Combs.
TRIMBLE, BRITTON & Co.,
No. 505 MARKET 8TLEET,
PHILADELPHIA. 7 1
gOWER, POTTS & CO.,
And Dealers tu
CURTAIN & WALLPAPER.
Always on hand, and made to Order,
Nos. 630 Market and 623 Minor Streets,
S-"ALSO, Publishers of Sanders' New Read
ers, and Brooks' Arithmetics. Also, Robert's
History of the United States, Feltou's Outline
JANNEY & ANDREWS,
No. 123 MARKET STREET,
RAYBILL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Oil Cloths, Carpets,
Carpet Chain, Wadding,
Batting: Twines, &.,
And a line Assortment ot-
WOOD and -WILLOW WARE,
No. 120 Market street, above 4th,
IltON" HITTERS are highly
ti u trtnln ar,l nfTl,.litf 4ktilt ra..nn!nll
Fevers, HrantnAppetiU,LossoStrmjth,LnekofL'nerffy,etc. Enriches the blood, x
I " strengthens the nmsclc8,unl gives new life to the nerves. They net like a charm
' llekhiny, Heat in the Slomuch,II,nrtburn,etn.
that will not blacken tlio toctli
. nil drugRists. Wrlto for the A 11 0 Honk
ing; icm jree. aii&imvj sjli UiU
CH AS. J . T , Mcl NTI It B, Attorney-at-Law ,
New Bloomtleld. Perry co., Pa.
-All profrsloiinl business proiiiptlyaudfttltU'
fully attended to. 8 2 It.
JOHN CALVIN WALL'S, Attorney-at-Law
and District Attorney.
New Hlnoinlleld. Terry Co., Pa.
.WOlllce over Mortimer's new store. All legal
btislnoss promptly and carefully transacted.
May 4, 18HU.
eTjuN KIN, Attorney-at-Law,
New Hloomlleld, Perry co., fa.
-OlIlce Next door to the residence of Judge
ATTOIINEY AX UW,
NEW BLOOMFTELD. PE11BY CO., PA.
WClalms promptly secured collected
Wrltlngsaud all legal business carefullyatteud
edto. 42 yl
CHAKLB II. BMILK Y. Attorney at Law.
New Bloomlield, Perrv Co. Pa,
JJ'-OIUua 'wo doors east ot Joseph Hmllh's
Hotel. August 2, 1872
WM. A.SPONSLEB, Attorney-at-Law,
Olllce adJolnliiK his residence, on East
Malnstreet,NewUloonilleld,Perryco.,Pa. 32 ly
WM. N. BEIBERT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlield, Perry CO.. Pa.
LEWIS POTTElt, notary public, New 1)1 oo in
Held. Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, MortRanes and Leases carefully
Erepared and acknowledKemenls taken. All
imlsof Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be rei.d In
anvcourt In the United btates. 7 101y
CUA8. A. BAltN ETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomlield. Perry co.. Pa
4-OfTlce on hleh street. North side, nearly op
poiitetlie Presbyterian Church. 3 21y
L. LIHOETT. Attoknbt-at-Law,
Jfewimrt, Perry County. Pa.
Havl'R permanently located at Newport, will
Rive prompt "and caretul attention to all busl
ness matters committed to his care.
Olllce, No. 30 North Second Htreet.
Newport, April 2f 1878
R. 0. P. BOLLINGER,
rnysician ana surgeon,
-omce In residence on Main Street. New
CHltONIC DISEASES TREATED. 18 tf
U Thy slclnn aud Surgeon.
A graduate of Cleveland Medical College.
Located permanently In the borough of Bloom
held. Oilers his professional services to the citi
zens ot Bloomtiold and Mirroundlng vicinity.
Culls lu the country attended to promptly. Olllce
In the room formerly occupied by Dr. D. II.
Sweeney. In the residence of 11. W. Smith. Main
street, New Bloomlield, Pa. Ill 6in
R. R. M. ALEXANDER,
New Bloomtiold, Perry County, Fa.
Office on Main Street, South Side, nearly
opposite the residence of Wni. McKeo.
Everything belonging to the profession done
tn the best inannor. 9-Al,L WoiiK Waruant
ed. Terms moderate. 28
J W. ROWE, M. D.
riiyslclan and Surgeon Dentist.
Office near Blxler's Mills, where all prolesslonal
business will be promptly attended to. Dental
work of all kinds warrauledln price and quality.
May 25, '80. ly.
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HARPER & BKOHERS, Hew York.
We continue to act as Solicitors for Patents, Caveiits,
Trade Marks, Copyrights, etc., for the Unueo suites,
Canada, Cuba, England, France, (ieriiiuny, etc Wa
Jiavebad thirty-five year' experleuco.
Patnnuiublalried through us are noticed In tluiRrt
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IL, CLOTHS for Floors, Carriages and
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ICVVU tJU., AlUltlmore, il(l.
make experiments on your buildings with untried
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the Lucas reliabte and guaranteed Tinted Gloss
Circulars and Sample Cards of Paint mailed on
JOHN LUCAS & CO,
HI North Third Street,
13 6m Philadelphia, Pa.
YOU CAN BUY THE BLATCHLEY
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struction. For sale by the best houses in the
trade. If you do not know whero to pet this
pump, wrlie to me us below, and I will semi
nnino of BKciit nenrest you, who will supply you
at my loweot prices.
CHAS. G. BLATCHLEY, Manufacturer,
308 Market St, Philadelphia, Pa.
9 For sale by F. Mortimer, Near Bloomlield,
F. A. Lehmann. Bolloltorof American and For
eign Patents. Washington. D. C. All business
connected with Patents, whether before the Pat
ent Olllce or the Courts, promptly attended to.
No charge made unless a patent secured. Bend
for Circular. w. o. tf
Patents for Inventions.
K. W. ANDEHSON. I. C. SMITH.
ANDERSON & SMITH,
No. 700 Seventh Street, Washington, D. C.
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for instructions. Reasonable terms, lleferences
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cases rejected In other hands a specialty. Caveats
solicited. Upon receipt ot model or sketch and
discriptlon we give our opinion as to patentabil
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sioner of Patents, also to Ex-Commissioners.
Established 180(j. w. c tf
A Small Farm For Sale.
A TRACT OF GOOD LAND, containing 13
Acres, having thereon erected, a GOOD
1IOUMK and BAUN. Plenty ot Fruit, of all kinds
and a Spring of good water near the house. This
property Is siuated of a mile from Dounally's
Mills. Perry County, Pa., and 5 miles from the
Pa. R. R. It Is a good place for an Ore miner.
Terms easy. Apply to
Sep. 6, 1881. Perry Co.. Pa.
II. STATE TRIAL
A complete nd authentic record of the evidence,
speeches, address and studied Insane sayings ot
GUITEAU I ASSASSIN
The Crime Its Causes and its Consequences
Htalwartlsm as explained on the Wituess Btand
by Hon. dames (J. Ulain Graphlu Exoiting
Bcenes In Court Attempts upon the Assassin's
Life Sketches of the Principal Characters en
gaged In this world famous Criminal Trial
t)0,0 Kl.Oliii people await In anxiety the Evidence
In tills the most Remarkable Trial lu American
AnPlltc In every town. THERE ARE MIL
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PRINVCRQ The "Progressive Printer" Is a
rnil1IC.nO uewbonk. lull of Information,
by an old Printer. It Is beautifully Illustrated
and gives" samples DnfW 1"8- The colored
of due Job Print- DUUIV. plate ts aline fea
ture, and worth tlm prlr of the book. Bend tor
It at onoe. 8. WHYBREW, Publisher. IK
Rochester, N. Y. 60-16 '
tV The old darkey's Idea of Lord
Comwallla ; " Arter Oln'nal WRshlng
ton shelled 'lm out be was Mass CobwaU
lls de co'n was goue."
(vTA middle sized boy, wrltlDR a com
position on "Extremes," remarked that
"we should endeavor to avoid extremes,
especially those of wasps and bees."
1ST" Patrick," said The priest, "how
much bay did you steal J"'
"Well, I may confess to your Ilever
ence for the whole stack, for I'm going
after the rest to-night."
K3T Kays Brown to Smith " What
kind of hair had Noah's dog V"
"I-I-I b'lieve I don't remember,"
" Dog hair to be sure, anybody ought
to know that," replied Brown.
One of the allegations made In a
Louisville wife's bill for divorce Is that
her husband, to cure her of jealousy,
compelled her to kiss the woman of
whom she was jealous, having brought
the latter to the house for the purpose.
tWWhat Is that which has three feet
but no legs, is all body but no limbs, has
no toes on the feet, no head, moves a
great deal, but never uses its legs for that
. purpose, has one foot at each end and
one in the centre of the body '( It never
walks dit, but goes with one foot where
the head might be, dragging the other
foot behind ? Answer A yardstick.
t3P There are two farmers In Bock
land whose property adjoins. One of
them raised a full crop of potatoes In a
certain field, while his neighbor's field
on the other side of the fence produced
nota potato. The singular circumstance
is explained by the fact that the latter
didn't plant any potatoes In the field In
The Sexton's Compliment.
A clergyman In the country had- a
stranger preaching for him one day, and
meeting his sexton, asked, "Well, Saun.
ders, how did you like the sermon to
day?" "It was rather ower plain and
simple for me. I like thae sermon beet
that jumbles the joodgement and con-
foonds the sense. Ah, sir, I never saw
ane that could come up to yoursel' at
tSTA mischievous youth of this city,
who frequently teases the colored woman
who cooks for his parents and their fam
ily by using big words to her that she
does not understand, or of which she
does not know the meaning, asked ber
the other morning while she was get
ting breakfast, "Aunt Dolly, if you were
walking along in the road by yourself
away out in the country and somebody
was to meet and recognize you, what
would you do I" Aunt Dolly Instantly i
put ber arms akimbo, and fiercely wag-(
ging her head, replied: I'd jest grab up a
stick and break his neck de nasty trlflln'
rascal ! Dat's what I'd do. Euf aula Ala.
A Text Illustrated.
"Now, my dear children," said an
Austin Sunday-school teachers, "do you
understand the meaning of the text, "It -is
better to give than to receive ?"
They all said they did.
"Now, Johnny Frlzzletop, give me an
illustration of the text."
Johnny, who had just got through
with the mumps, replied :
"I reckon its better to give your
neighbor's family the mumps than to
" Next," said the Indignant teacher,
"what is it we should be more willing to
give than to receive V "
" A cuff alongside of the head," was
Then the teacher sent in his resigna
tion. " Want a 'Boss."
mi . ll 11 - A. y-..f. Av 1 lit nvlii
is owned by Miss Llllie Slocum, a very
prepossessing young lady of about nine
teen. When rushed with business she
often takes charge of one of the vehicle
and attends the trains ud boats, collect
lng the fare from the passengers and see
ing to the handling of their baggage. It
Is a little trying on the nerves of a total
stranger when be alights from a train to
have a charming young lady, with ripe,
poutiug'Hps, come tripping up to him
with, "would you like a 'bus, sir?"
Yet it Is said to be a dally scene at the
Qulncy depot. The first Impulse of the
person addressed Is to glance quickly
around to see if any one is looking, and
then he grins from ear to ear, and says.
" I don't wind," and his astonishment
goes away up above par when she polite- '
ly points out the omuibus a short dis
tance away. There are busses and