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ns well us Rheumatism and Gout. Glenn's
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Health, hums, tprain and tuts. It removes
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Clothing and linen tiid in the sick room
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.joutuct with the jicrson, prevented uy it,
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ior uron n, uuc.
C JL CEITTENTOS, PropV. 7 fcixlli At. NX
It. S. COOK & GX).,
Agree to sell all kind of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for f,E8S MONEY than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take good Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
l,uinber, &o. We use Clearfield l'lne and Hem
W. R. a COOK & CO.,
Newport, Terry Co., To.
October 10, 1876.
JOSSER & ALLEN '
Now offer the p
A RARE AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OP
Consisting of ah shades suitable for the season.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
AT VARIOUS TRICES.
AN ENDLESS SELECTION OP PRINTS!
We sell and do keep a good quality of
SUGARS, COFFEES & SYRUPS,
And everything under the head of
Machine Needles and oil for all makes of
To be convinced that our goods are
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
IS TO CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK. .
J- No trouble to show goods.
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Newport, Perry County, Pa.
TMPOKTANTT NOTICK. The subscriber
X late 01 the nrm ol Kiioaae. t hmitn, wouta
respectfully inform the citizens-of BLAIN
and viclnitv. that he has onened a WAGON
MAKKK-NHor, ana is prepaiea to maice new
wagons and repair old ones at short notice, and
at from TEN to TWENTY per cent, cheaper than
l no ota nrm.
Wive me a can. sausiacnon guaranreea,
Blaln, August g, 1867.
IS TAKEN INTERNALLY, ANO POSITIVELY CURES
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA AND LUMBAGO.
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. StNO FOR CIR'
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Col. Watson, nronrietor otlhe Henry House.
Cincinnati for tne past twenty years, and present
proprietor, has leased the house for a term of
years, and has newly furnished and fitted It
throughout. He will keep a strictly Orst-class
house, and has accommodation for SIX) guests.
Terms S3 per day.
mr No Bar has ever been kept In the HENRY
nuuHtt, nor win any ue Kept at tne riA
BODY. 10 22
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MltlSI'HATE .t US t rsr fortMnumi,.!
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W For Sale by F. Moktiuke, New Bloomtleld,
rerry county, ra.
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J (Formerly tbe Bweger House,)
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JOB. B. SMITH. . . .
. - Proprietor.
Having good accommodations for regular or
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Grain & Produce
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WR Would re.neetrullv lnvlt lhA n.trAfiAirA nf
the farmers, and the public generally, as
the niGHKHT PRICES the market will afford,
win oo pam iur u ainu. ui
We have constantly on hand,
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FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES.
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Newport, July 20, 1875 tf
J B. HARTZELL, ;
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Sole Agent for Lorllard's Superior Tobaccos.'
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at Philadelphia prices.
nour oruers are solicited. ft
jJEWPORT DRUG STORE.
Having on hand a complete aiBoriraont of the fol-
lowing article , tha aubftcrtber tnkn a share of your
Drugs and Medicine,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
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PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
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New Millinery Goods
Vt Newjwrt, Pn.
T BEG tolnform the public that I have lustre
X turned from Philadelphia, with a I ul assort
menioi tne latest styles oi
HATS AND BONNETS.
RIBBONS. FRENCH FLOWERS
And allartlcles usually found In a first-classMII
Inerv Establishment. All orders nrnmntlv r..
tended to. WWe will sell all goods as Cheap as
can lie gutciiK7TCiicrc.
DUESS-MAKINGdonetoorder and In the la
test style, asl get the latest Fashions from N-w
York every month. Goflering done to order, in
an winins. i win warrant an my worRtoglvesat
siaciion. ah woraueneasiow as possible.
Cherry Street.'near the 8tation ,
1813 Newport, Pa.
EW SHOE SHOP I
The undersigned respectfully informs the clti
zens of Ulooinileld and vicinity, that they have
openea a snoe-snop in ine room oi 1 . H. Clouser,
recently occupied as a Law-otllce, by Calvin Nell,
son, Esq.. where they will do work at nanio nrie.
es, (repairing made a specialty at prices to suit
uie times; irom in to zu per cent.savea ny patron
izing our shop. Our motto is "quick sales aud
snort prontsj. rerms casn, or country produce,
uui uusmveiy uu i;irtnu
LEVI H. 8WARTZ & CO.,
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January 18, 1876 tf
THE GREAT CAUSE OF
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CbmtrbWoolim Factokt. 8,1T,i
Getting Her Out of the Mud. .
A great many yearn ago,,, said - Rev.
Robert Collyer, on one of; ouc South-
weatern rivers, there wan on old skipper
who had a steamboat which was sailing
In shoal water and got stuck In the mud.
She was swung around, its. the water,
and there was no chance to get' her
afloat do what they would. He was a
very profane old fellow, and everybody
throughout the country knew It. Sudden
ly an Idea struck him. He said to one or
the deck hands : You go up to town and
tell them I have got religion, and that
I want them to come down and hold a
prayer meeting on board." The deck
hand went to the town and spread the
news around, and every one being ln
terested in the old skippers conversion,
went down to hold prayer meeting. The
old man was standing ready to receive
them, as they came down he said to
every man "Go aft!" And they all
went aft, until there was a great weight,
and the end that was fast in tho mud
got loose and floated eff. As soon as the
boat got afloat the sinner said : "The
meetln' Is over jump ashore."
Let Brown Walk,
A gentleman was very much annoyed
at night by a person, who was walking
heavily in the rooms above and unable
to sleep, he ascendud to the room to as
certain the cause, and found a man
walking up and down, apparently in
great distress. Ills sympathy induced
him to inquire the cause. At first he
could get no response, and the man,
with his hair in his hands, still contin
ued to pace the floor. At last, induced
by the kindly tone of his visitor, he
stated the cause of his great anguish. 'I
owe my friend. Brown $500, which I am
utterly unable to pay.' 'My friend,
said the gentleman, 'I can give you ad
vice which will relieve your distress.'
'What is itV anxiously inquired the
distressed individual, 'You have walk
ed far enough,1 replied the gentleman.
'My advice to you is to go comfortably
to bed, and let Brown walk awhile.'
A little girl braids' the hair of one
who sat in front of her, instead of
studying,, when the teacher remarks :
"Home Is the place for arranging hair,
not here. What would you think to
see me braiding my hair in school V"
Presently Susan's hand is raised and the
teacher, supposing she wished to ask
something about the lesson, nods, when
she hears the following : "Mary says
your hair is false, and you wouldn't
dare to do it here!"
0"A prisoner, unrepresented by
counsel, was in the San Francisco dock,
charged with a misdemeanor. ' After tho
complaining witness had given his
testimony, the Judge asked the prisoner
if he wished to question the witness.
'What shall I ask him.?' inquired the
prisoner. 'You may ask anything you
like.' 'Then with your honor's per
mission,' said the prisoner, 'I will ask
the witness to lend me Ave dollars.'
3T A recent Amherst graduate, now
a settled pastor, was telling a retired
missionary that he entered college and
the theological seminary with the in
tention of becoming a missionary, when
the old veteran broke out with : 'Ah 1
you turned back after putting your hand
to the plough' 'No,' was the answer, 'I
just took another plough.'
13r A party of vegetarians who were
boarding at a water-cure establishment,
while taking a walk in the fields, were
attacked by a bull, which chased them
furiously out of his pasture. "That's
your gratitnde, is it, you great, hateful
thing V" exclaimed one of the ladies,
panting with fright and fatigue. "After
this, I'll eat beef three times a day I"
s2" Sarah Brlggs (reading the public
report) 'Bakes alive ! I would no more
name a child Alias than nothln' in the
world 1 They're allurs cuttln' up some
caper. Here's Aliaa Thompson, Alias
Williams, Alias the Night Hawk, all
been took up for stealln'!'
ar A young lady refused to attend
church because her new hat had not
been sent home. 'I bate the devil and
his works,' she said, 'but I bateau old
fashioned bonnet more.
C2T 'No girl gets along well without a
mother,' says a moral exchange. ThU
may be true; but hereabouts girls work,
harder to get mothers-in-law than they
do to get mothers.
O" "Mr. Jones, you said we were con
nected with the fine arts ; do you mean
that you are a sculptor V" "No, Blr ; I
don't sculp myself, but I furnished tho
stone to the man what doco," ,