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Newport AH ertiscments.
NEW STORE ROOM.
NEW G 00081
E. B. WISE,
Having opened a New Store at the coram ol
Fourth & Cherry Streets, Just above the Penn'a,
B. R. depot. In Newport, are now prepared to
. " '
Complete Stock of New Goods,
Confuting In part ol
UATS & CAPS,
and a general assortment ol all kinds of goods
which they will sell
AS CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST.
They ask the citizens of Newport and vicinity
to call and examl ne their stock and see that they
are offering goods at such prices as will secure a
share ol the public patronage.
E. B. WISE,
Drugs ! Drugs !
THE Subscriber has on hand and for sale, at
low prices, a complete assortmentof
Of all kinds. Also, a fall stock of
AND FANCY ARTICLES.
Always on hand, for Medicinal and Baoramen
t&'Fhyikiant' Ordert carefully and
B. M. CBY,
NEWPORT, FERRY COUNTY, PA.
New Milliner Goods
A-t Newport, Pa.
-w itF.n tn Inform the nnblie that I have lustre
JL turned from Philadelphia, with a f ul assort.
ment ol the latest styles oi
HATS AND BONNETS,
RIBBONS, FRENCH FLOWERS
CHIGNONS. , i
' ' 1 LACE CAPES.
And all articles usually found In a first-class Mil
tlnery Establishment. All orders promptly at
tended to. -We will sell all goods as Cheap as
can be tot elsewhere .
rREh -MAKING done to order and In the la.
test style, as I get the latest Fashions from Fw
York every month. Goffering done to order, in
an wiains. i win warrant an my worn logivesai
4sfactlon. All work done as low as possible.
, ANNIE ICKES, ' '
Cherry Street, near the station,
6 16 13 ' Newport. Pa.
I represent the following reliable Insurance
LEBANON MUTUAL INSURANCS CO.,
Of Jonestown, Pa., established In 1856. Asses,
ment Capital over 1 1,000,000.
LEUIGU VALLEY FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
Of Allentown, Pa. Incorporated In 1866. Total
Risks taken on both the Cash and Mutual plan.
Watmesbobo' Mutual Fine Insubamci Co.,
Of Waynesboro', Franklin oounty. Pa.
Policies Issued on Cash or Mutual plan, and In
demnity assumed fiom loss or damage by Fire or
Lightning, whether hie ensues or uot .
This Company has paid Its losses without any
Assessments upon the premium Notes.
All orders for Insurance promptly attend
ed to by
21 pdo Perry County, Pa.
THE subscribers keen constantly on band, a
FINK ASSORTMENT OK
FRENCH OALF SKINS,
PINK LINING S,
'PEGS, A WLS,
nda geaeralassortnient of articles used by Shoe
F. If OH TIMER.
Noiv isthe Timet
Hew Cro o fli Again Open
PRICES LOWEt THAN EVER.
T AM now offering one I THE BEST assort-
JL mentor goousever Drrunt Into Perry court.
kJ,HU l DUVII rte um
My Prices Can Vibe Beat!
CALL AND EXAMINE TJIEBE8T STOCK OF
DRY - GOODS,
N OTI oil S,
that can be found In the town or a
will know how It Is yourstf.
W. H. MUSS1R,
jq-KAY POUT UHANCI1 1)AH
Newport, Terry County, la.
(Branch ol Juniata Valley Bank of Mlftliitown.)
CAPITAL, 1110,000 !
Stockholders Individually Liable for Deposits.
GEORGE JACOBS, iTdot
J. H. InwiN, Oaahter.
AMOS O. HONK ALL,
JOHN J. PATTERSON.
JEROME N. THOMPSON,
J. W. FRANK,
II. If. HKCHTKI..
Interest paid on time deposits.
Newport, September 8, 1874 ly
HUN IS'XJ It Y
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,!
OF SUN BURY, PENN'A.
PT1HIS Company has upwards of $150,000 of as
1 sets (without Us premium notes) as the State
CommlHstouers' reiMirt will show, and as a
STOCK and MUTUAL COMPANY, has more
assets than any other local ooinpany In this Slate.
It Insures country properly at from f3.o0toti.U0
per thousand, for three years Including Injury
Sustaiuea from HnhtniB.
It takes risks from one up to five years with or
without a note, as applicants may desire, and In
sures up to three-fourtlis the full value of the prop
This Company has never laid a single assess
ment and Is one of the cheapest, safest and most
tellable companies In the State.
JAMES ORR, Agent
New Bloomlleld, Terry co Pa.
SW Also, Agent for Ihe North American Fire
Insurance Company, of Philadelphia, and the
Farmers' and Mechanics Insurance Company of
Dauphin Co., Pa., and also. Agent of some of the
most reliable Life Insurance, Companies In the
United States. ...
August 26, 1874.tf
, THE GREAT CAUSE
Just Published, In t Sealed Envelope. Price 6 cts.
A Leoture on the Nature, Treatment, and Rad
ical cure of Seminal Weakness, or Hermatorr.
huea. Induced by Self-Abuse, Involuntary Binto
sions. linpotency,.Nervous Debility, and Impedi
ments to marriage generally ; Consumption, Epi
lepsy, and Fitst Mental and Physical incapacity,
fco., By ROBERT J. CULVEHWKLL, JM. 1).
author of the "Green Book," &a ,
The world-renowned author. In this admirable
Lecture, clearly proves from his own experience
that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse maybe
effectually removed without medicine, -and with
out dangerous surgical operations, bougies, In
strunwuta, rings, or cordials; pointing out mode
of care at once certain and effectual, by which
every sullerer. no matter what his condition may
be.may cure himself cheaply, privately and radf-
-Tbls Lecture will prove a boon to thou-
bmiiub aim inuusaiias.
. Kent. UIHlflr una I. In t nlttln nvtlnn in n mA
dress, on receipt of six cents, or two postage
Address the Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE A CO..
27 Bowery, Now York : PostOOice Box,468d, I18yl
THE subscriber offers at private sale a tract
TEN ACUEH OF
all nnder good Cultivation and very pleasantly
located In Perry county. Pa., with a large frame
dwelling house and bank barn thereon, erected
but a few years slucei Also
A WELL GEARED SAW MILL
with good water power and an abundant supply
of timber In the neighborhood.
i erins easy uj sun purchasers.
CIIAS. II: 8MILEY,
.... . .... Kew Bloomlleld, PerryCo.,Pe.
October 68, 14t(
Sewing Machine Needles.
THE best ENGLISH SEWING MACHINE
NEEDLES of all sUes, and to nt
ANY KIND OF SEWING MACHINE
sent by mail, post paid, to any address at the low
est retail price. By stating name and style of
niix-iiiiif, mum uiummiiK iwiiiH, you win receive
bv return mail from 4 to 7 nee,ius as unii
The difference In the price depending on the kind
of machine anil not ou the quality of the needle.
A "111 wnv omiu MM
MACIC NEEDLE THREADER
for 25 cents. In ordcrlne It ntense mimu wiwihA.
the machine threads from the trout or side of Hie
operator as seaU-d when sewing. frlce lint of
irruiiTn, nun an kiiius oi aitauuiuenia eent on ap
plication. Please AddresH
Oct. 20.74.) New Buffalo, PerryCounty. Pa.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice Is
herehv alven that Letters of Arlinliilaimtloii
ou the estate .Johu WIImmi, lateof Juniata town-
snip, rerry county, deceased, have been granted
to the subscriber residing III llw same township.
All persons indebted to saldestateare requested
to make iuimediute niLvnif-nt. uu.l tinm liuvinir
chtluis to present them duly aulheutlcated tor wet-
. ' AKNRB O. WtlJUIN.
T A DIES AND CHILDREN will And a
J splendid assortment of shoes at the one
price store of F. Mortimer
AHDW ARE A good Assortment of Hard
"."!Vt CfTlj UVWI IJHIOU t'ttll IK1 TMIIlKIlt
, F. Mortimer.
REAL EST A TE
A LARGE AMOUNT of Valuable Real Estate
at Private Sale In
Perry County, Penn'a.,
of various slr.es with IMPROVEMENTS, well
watered, well timbered and in the highest state of
cultivation. Also Ore Lands, Timber Lands,
Mills, Tanneries, Foundries,
STORES, HOTELS and DWELLING HOUSES I
Towns and Country.
m. Persons wishing to purchase, sell or ex-
change Real Estate of any description, are re
spectfnlly invited to call at my office or address
me by letter, and I will give all desired Informa
tion. JAMES ORR, Agent.
New Bloomlleld, Ta., Aug. its, 1874 tt
AAfSION HOt Ki:.
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEBHY CO., FA..
This well-known hotel has been refurnished by
the present management, who purposes keeping a
first-class hotel, for tiie accomodation of man and
beast. The table will always be supplied with the
luxuries of the season. Seclal pains will be
taken to make guests feel comfortable. 81652
IIE KICK HOUSE,
(Formerly Hweger's Temperance House,
Kept uy Amos nonunion),
HENRY RICE, . - Proprietor.
A share of the public patronage Is respectfully
New Bloomllelu, Ta.
II. C. MEREDITH, Proprietor.
Having leased and retltted the Eagle Hotel, on
Carlisle St., North of the Court Hous,e. I am now
f repared to accommodate regular boarders or
ransient guests. A good livery Is kept In con
nection w ith the house, and no pains will be
spared to insure the comfort of my patrons.
March 2i, 1874. tf H. 0. MEREDITH.
VyEST STREET HOTEL,
Not. 41, 43, 43 & 44 West St.,
. BTUW OIlK,
tempeancpeanupi,'aj(? TI1E euro"
ROOMS .10 and 75 cents er dav. Charces verv
MODERATE. The best meats and vegetables In
he market. BEST BEDS In the City.
17 lyu B. T. BABBITT, Proprietor.
lew IMoomflcld, Perry Co., Pa.,
GKUVER & GRIER, Proprietors.
T subscribers having leased this well known
bote, are now prepared to furnish permanent or
trankpnt boarders with accommodations. No
palnitviii be spared to make guests comfortable.
A gbd livery is kept in connection with the
honser the use and convenience of the guests
Marcb'4, '74. tf 1 URUVER & OR1ER.
FOk IO CENTS PER YARD
YOTJ CAN BUY
A God lleary Brown Muslin,
AND , . ,
FOR 12 CENTS
YOU CAN BUY
The Beit Yard Wide Muslin.
New Uloomnold, Pa.
Neiv pension Law.
UNDER an a of Congress approved March 3,
. i 1S78, widowtof officers who were killed, or
die.d.?l.d.iS,o0'tr,M'twl " the service, are now
entitled to fiOOpei month for each of their chll
dren. The guardian of lmlnor child of a soldier who
heretofore only rectved fs.oo per month pension
lsnow entitled to fit per moth.
Soldiers who recelv Invalid pensions can now
have their pensions iinreased to any sum or rate
between 18. and 1)8. pr month.
Soldiers who have lo their discharges can now
Fathers and mothers Vho lost sons In the serv
ice upon whom they wTC dependent tor support,
can also obtain pensions '
The undersigned havlig had over 10 years ex
perience In the Claim ageicy business will attend
promptly to claims under he above act.
Call ou or additss
Attorney for Claimants,
Perry Co., Pa
B. M ARYAN ERTH, 1); w. DERR and
j. JAMES U. GRIER, knowj as
"The Ball Scale Company," '
r "irsvs hR " n 1?TJ,up.;,y t Bu,oy,, Patnt
i,uATK.?i SCALE, the Amplest, Cheap
est and best Conn ter Scale 1 n the narket.
For Scales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania.
Ohio. New Jersey. Delaware and Vlaryland, ad
dress ''The Ball Scale Company," Potlsvllle,
SchuylVlllcouuty, Pa. ,
4. For Scales or Agencies In tM. rn..n... .
Ply to the linilersiKned. iln ihuu ....
and examined any tlnni. ' "
J LEIBY & BRO.,
Newport, Perry co.. Pa.
New Bloomlleld, l'erryoo.,Pa.
New Carriage Manufactory,
On Hion Btkket, East or Cakmslc St.,
r New Blpomfleld, I'enn'a.
rriHE subscriber has built a larae and eommorii
JL ous Shop on High St., Eaut of Carlisle street
cm niiNiiiim'iu, in., wiie re ne it. prepared toman
On, i r i a ; o h
Of every description, out of the best material.
Sleighs of every Style,
built to order, and tliilshed In the most artlstlcand
Having superior workmen, he Is prepared
to furnish work that will compare favorably with
Uie best City Work, and much more durable, and
at much more reasonable rates. ,
WBEPAIRINO of ad kinds neatly and promp
lydoao A call Is solicited. ,
tt Tnl ONI.T KNOWS) RZHBDT FOR
AMD A POSITIVE RKMBDT rOlt
OOUT, ORAVEL, STRICTURES, DIABF.TE8,
DYSPEPSIA, NERVOUS DEBILITY, DROP
SY, FEMALE COMPLAINTS,
Non-Retention or Incontinence of Urine, Trrlta
tlou, Inflammation, or Ulceration ol the
Bladder ami Htdncyii,
Spermatorrhea, Leneorrho-a or Whites, Irregular
or Painful Menses, Bearing Down, Chlorosis.
Sterility and '
All amplalntt Incident to nmalet.
KEARNEY'S EXT. BUCHU
For Rtone In the Bladder, Calculus Oravel or
Brlckdust Deposit and Mucous or Milky Discharg
es and Diseases ol the Prostate Claud.
Kearney's Ext. Bachu
P.!"?"'1, Arising from Imprudences.
Habitant Dissipation, Etc., In all their stages, at
little expense, little or no change in diet, no In-
COIlVPIllll, anil nn (iviuMi.r. T, -
qtient desire, nnd gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing- Obstructions. Prevpntinir n,i
Curing Strictures of the Urethra. Allaying Pain
and Iiiflamatlon, and expelling all Poisonous
Used by persons In the decline or change of
life; after confinement or labor pains, bed-wetting
In children, etc.
Prof. Sleelo says: "One bottle of Kearney's
Extract Buchu is worth more than all other Bu
Kearney's Ext. Buchu
Permanently cures all affections of the Bladder,
Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings existing In
Men, Womeu and Children, no matter what the
Ask for Kearney's. Take no other.
Price One DoHar tier TJoft!, or Six Bottles for
Depot, 104 Duame Street, New York.
A Physician In attendance to answer correspon
dence and give advice gratis, bend stamp for
For Sale by Druggists everywhere.
Avoid Quacks and Impostors.
2fo Charge or Advice and Consultation.
Dr. J. B. Dyott, graduate of JpjTerson Medical
OMttge, Philadelphia, author of several valuable
works, can be consulted on all diseases of the
Sexual or Urinary Organs (which he has made an
especial study) either in male or female, no matter
from what cause originating or of how loug stand
ing. A practice of 30 years enables him to treat
diseases with success. Lures guaranteed. Char
ges reasonable. Those at a distance ean for
ward letter describing symptoms and enclosing
stamp to prepay postage.
Send for the Guide to Health. Price 10 cents.
J. B. DYOTT, M. D., Physician and Surgeon,
. . , - , ., .lu4 Uu Street, New York.
August 18, 1874 S2t.
The Poor Man's Friend I
AN PROVIDE for their families in case of
aeatu, uy Becoming members of the
Mutual Benefit' Association,
OF NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.
. . The Cheapest and Beat .
In the World. Strictly Mutual. Charter Perpet-
LEWI8 POTTER, JOHN A. BAKER,
William McKii. John Kiim.
r For further information call on or address:
LEWIS POTTER, See'y.,
New Bloomfleld, Fa.
At Private Sale!
THE subscriber having concluded to enter into
another branch of business, oders his
At private sale. It is In good running order and
Tanning 3000 Hides per Year!
The water that the Tannery is supplied with Is
supiiltad with Is conveyed from a spring, and Is of
the pest quality for Taunlng purposes. There are
t LARGE (new) LEKCI1E8.
2 LAY-AWAY VATS,
BATES, LIMES, SWEATS,
HIDE -BREAKER, I.EATHKR ROLLER. CEN
TRIFCUALLigUOR PUMP, 4c. The
ENGINE AND BOILER
Are lu good condition, with every convenience
BARK can be had In abundance, at low
f The Tannery Is located at NEW BMM1M-
rir.iJi, rerry couuiy, ra., a very pieasnnl town,
with good society, good Schools, Acadrmy and
four churches, ror further particulars, cullou or
SAM'L. ALEX. PEALK,
Feb. 17. 1874 (New Bloomlleld, Perry oo Pa.
The Dutchman's Oysters. ,
" llafe you got seme of dot kind of oya-'
tors what bafe been sphiled?"
" Spiled oysters I Yea, we have a few
cans loft over from last week that I think
will fit you."
" How you solt 'em a dozen ?"
" Oh, I'll soil 'era right ; you may have (
all you want for a nlckle."
"Veil, den, mine goot frent, vill you be
so kind to pring me four dozen for dot
The oysters were brought, and the cus
tomer put them quietly down Into the pit
of his Btomnch, and, having finished the
job, he said to the restaurateur :
" Now, my very kind frent, you have got
soom good oysters, ain'd it?"
" You're mighty right, 1 have !"
"Veil, I takes a hafo dozen raw and
some pickles. "
Those were in turn served and quickly
put down on the top of those gone before.
But the restaurateur was troubled, and
when the patron came to settle the bill said
to him :
" Look here, pard, I don't like to be too
inquisitive, but blowed of I wouldn't like
ter know why you have took a fancy to so
many spoiled oysters and so few good
"Veil," replied the man, "you have
been a goot frent to me, und so I told you
something. You see, it was dis way. Now,
I hafe got a tape-worm, my kind frent, you
understand, und efry time dot is the way I
hafe to do. You see dot last bafe a dozen
vas for me mineself ; but dot damaged lot,
dera was for de tape-worm. You know dot
I ain'd dot kind of a Comodore Vanderpilt
what 1 can afford it. to preak up mine
whole peesness to feed a tarn tape-worm on
goot oysters, don't it?"
One of the leading eldors of the
Pennsylvania Menuonites, 40 years ago,
was one Millor.a man of immense strength.
Passing a crowd of idlers at the court
house, he was stopped with the question :
"Miller, they say if one smites aMonnon
ite on oue cheek he will, turn the other. Is
thatso?" "That is true." The question
er hero gave him a smart blow on the
cheek, when Miller, turning the other
cheek, had it duplicated. This raised a
great laugh as the fellow turned away.
"Stop my friend," said Miller, "if you ha'd"
read a little further you would have found
another passage that we ulso hold by.
" With the measure that ye mete onto oth
ers it shall be meted to you again, and
heaping full,' " and, picking bim up bodi
ly, he fairly thrashed the wall with him.
tW Shortly after the battle of Prinoeto n
a witty Scotch fanner amused himself by
writing a humorous ballad upon it, which
so stung one of the officers who had be
haved very badly on that occasion that he
sent the poet a challenge to meet him at
H for mortal combat. The second
found the farmer busy with his pitchfork,
to whom he delivered the challenge of the
redoubtable hero. The good-humored
farmer, turning toward him with his. agri
cultural implement in his hand, coolly said,
"Gangawa' back to Maister Smith, and
tell him I bae nae time to come to U to
gie him satisfaction ; but that if he likes
to come here, I'll just do as he did I'll
run awa' 1"
C3T A little Vermont girl called at a
drug store and said : " My mother wants
ten cents worth of jumps." This astonish
ed the clerk, the child insisted that it was
jumps she had been sent for, but returned
to her mother for further instructions.
Very soon she came back, and said that it
was hops that she wanted.
tW Said a tipsy husband to bis wife :
"you need-needn't bl-l-ame me. 'Twas
woman that first tem-tempted man to eat
"Thatwon't do," retorted the indlg-'
nant wife. "Women may have first
tempted man to eat forbidden things, but
he took to drinking of his own accord."
f3f " Corinne if you are living, do re
turn to your friends," writes somebody in
the New York Herald. They don't say
what " Corinne" is to do if she is dead. In
that case she is probably expected to reply
through the " Corinner."
tW The scandalous Washington Chroni
cle, says : " When Mary Walker reaches
Turkey we hope the Sultan, that absolute
monarch of all he surveys, will make her
take her breeches off." Mary won't listen
to auy such lusultau proposition.' She isn't
12P Corpulent old lady I should like u
ticket for the train. Hooking clerk, (who
thinks he will make a joke) Yes ; will you
go In the passenger train or cattle train ?
Lady Well, if you are a specimen of what
I shall experience In the passenger train
give me a ticket for the cattle train, by all