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.gratifying cleumcaj aau smoothness.
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Tinir eruptions and other diseases of Hie skin.
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lit a most trilling expense. This adininib'o
specific also speedily heal tore, bruise.
scalds, burns, sprains find cuts. It remove
dandruff and prevents the hair from fulling
out and turning gray.
Clothing and linen used In tho sick room
la disinfected, and diseases coniniunicnble by
contact wttn tno persou, prevented ny l
Tlie Medical Fraternity sanction its use.
Prices, 25 and 50 Cknts per Cake, Pku
Uox, (3 Cakes,) 60c and
N. B. Buy to largo eaket anil thereby economise, Sold
dj an iiruueiiw.
'mil's Hair and Whisker Dye," Black
or Drown, out.
C. K.CEITTESTOS, Trop'r, 7 Eirfb At. li.Y.
11. S. COOK & CO.,
Agree to sell all kind of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONKV than any oilier dealers In this
county. We will alio take good Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
Lumber, &c, We use Cleartleld Pine and Hem
W. R. 8. COOK & CO., y
Newport, Perry Co., Pit.
October 10, 1S76.
jyjUSSER & ALLEN
Now ofTttrthe public
A RAKE AND KLKtlANT ASSORTMENT OF
Consisting of all shades suitable for the season.
ULF.ACHED AND UNBLEACHED
AT VABIOUS ritlCES.
AN END LE9S SELECTION OF PlilNTS!
We sell and do keep a good quality of
SUGARS, COFFEES & SYRUPS,
And everything under the head of v
Machine Needles and oil for all makes of
To be convinced that our goods are
CIIEAr AS THE CHEAPEST,
IS TO CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK.
W No trouble to show goods.
Don't forget the
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
IMPORTANT NOTICK. The subscriber
late of the linn of Hhoades Si Hnillh, would
respectfully inform the citizens of BLAIN
and vlelnlty, that tin has opened a WAdON
MAKEIt-HltOP, and Is prepared to make new
wagons nud repair old ones at short notice, and
at from TliN to TWENTY per cent, cheaper than
the old linn.
M-(Jlve me a oall. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blaln, August 8, 1807.
IS TAKEN INTERNALLY, AND POSITIVELY CURES
flHEUMATISM, GQ'JTi NEURALGIA AND LUMBAGO.
S010 BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE. SEND FOR CIR-
WtlfpHENSTINE fc BTNTLEY.
DRUGGISTS, WASHINGTON, 6. C.
. For ale by wholesale Druggists In Pitts
burg and Philadelphia. 35 ly
COUNEB OF LOCUST AND NINTH STS.,
Convenient to all places of amusement and car
lines in the cily. No changes to and from the
Col. Watson, proprietor of the TlBNRT Hot'SB,
Cincinnati for tlie past twenty years, and present
proprietor, has leased the house for a term of
years, and has newly furnished and lilted It
throughout. lie will keep a strictly tlrst-class
house, and has accommodation for WO guests.
Terms 8) per day.
Jr No Bar has ever been kept In the HENRY
HOUSE, nor will any be kept at the PKA
HODY. 10 22
9- For SMe by F. MoitTiMEB, New Bloomfleld,
rerry county, ra. ,
r '-c- ssViS0 4to ill vnar ewn I'rlyUut
BCHT I Till.' WORLD
For Kiilnt Mm
unit Vouuc lriatnv
ThnrtkudH In umc. Hcud two 4
cnt atimpi fnr proTtiKlj jlj u
trn,wd 09 kit CftikloKU jd4
I'rtr. l.l.t (ttli, Mlltw tn
I'rhit." J. W. Hauahaoav
(:., Mfft. and Ufler lo Tvptj
- and 1'rhiilnr lifi-rUl, tm h V.
J (Formerly the Sweger House,)
NEW BLOOM FIELD, PERRY CO., PA.
JOB. 8. SMITH, ... . Proprietor.
navlnpt good accommodations tor regular or
transient boarders, a share of public patronage
1 auilvilrtHX. IV 49
fl'lliiSI'IIATK.II.IllK, nnire lKHHtiirip.YZ-,
IVbmIII tii". t'nixhi, llniii'Lilii k all Srroluluu Fl
tlUk (!inn. AstyoiiruruKirlslforOsmnn'syC"'?
YMfslX 11 at h pat uot it. I will, on rrrript Jfi&jl
JONES BROS, & CO.,
( Pormerly John Jones & Bon,)
Grain & Produce
Brick Warehouse, Front St., above Market,
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
WE would respectfully Invite the pati nnaite of
the fur ni" is. anil tho pulilie ueiierully, as
the I1K1IIKST PKICKH the umiket will a'lfnrd,
will lie pal for all kinds of
Jt AILKOAD TIER
We have constantly nit hand,
HOKSE SHOES, ie., Sc.
FOK SALE AT THE LOW bAT RATES,
a. Orders promptly tilled.
Newport. July 20, l75-t'
J B. HA.RTZELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Doaler.
Role Agnnt for Iillard's Rnperfol Tnltiieoo.
Jtlr Onnnirv Muri'linuta ttiititillil wIMi fltimlu
at rhlladfllphia orlce.
JyTEWPORT DRUG STORE.
Havhiir on band a complete uaB ii tmrnt ot t)it-i.J.
lowlntr artlulps, the aubnuribrr kwk ahar o j-nu
Druffs and Me1ieincH,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Also a full stock of
Also always on Hand,
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
PlirSlCIA XS ORDERS
Carcfulli onJ Prompt? Filled
B . M . E D Y ,
New Millinery Goodt
A-t Newport, ln.
V ltPri tnlnfnrm Mia nnhllft that f h.v. Iiut..
A turned from Philadelphia, with a fill assort
MILLINERY GOODS. ,
If ATS AND BONNETS.
RIBBONS. FRENCH FLOWERS
AndallartlclesttsoaUvfoundin a Hrst-classMll
Inery Establishment. r All orders promptly at
tended to. WWe will sell all goods as Cheap as
eau ue iromiiKiwiiere.
DRESS-MAKING done to order and In the la
test style, as 1 get the latest Fashions from V w
York every month. Golterlng done toorder.in
ail widths. 1 will warrant un my worktoit Ivesat
Isfactton. Allworkdoneaslow as possible.
Cherry Street, near the Station ,
16 13 - Newport. Pa.
EW SHOE SHOP!
The nndnrsloned rnsnectfullv Informs thei-lti
zens of Bloomlleld and vicinity, that they have
opened a shoe-shop in the room of F.B. Clouser,
recently occupied as a Law-ofllce. by Calvin Nell .
son, r.sq., wnere mey win an worn ai panic prio
es, (repairing made a specialty at prices to sul
the times) from Id tn 2U uer cent. saved bv natron
ifttiiROur shop. Our motto Is "quick sales and
short protits). Terms cash, or country produce,
but positively no credit.
LEVI II. SWARTZ & CO.,
Mew Bloomneld, Pa.
January IS, 1870 tl '
Illustrated Priced Catalogue
Fifty pages iKK) Illustrations. with Inscriptions
of the thousands of the best Flowers and Veg
etables In the world , and the way to grow them
all tor a Two Cent postage stamp. Printed tn
German and English.
Vlek's Floral Guide, Quarterly, 25 cents a year,
Vlc.k's Flower and Vegetable Garden, 60 ceuts
In paper: in elegant cloth covers. $1.00.
Address, JAMES VIC'K, Kooliester, N. Y.
ViCK'S FLORAL GWE
a beautiful Quarterly Journal, finely illustrated,
and containing an elegant colored Flower Plat
with the first number. Price only 25 cents for a
year. The nrst No. for 1877 just issued lu Oer
man and English.
Vlc.k's Flower and Vegetable Garden, In paper
60 cents: with elegant nloth covers tl.00.
Vick's Catalogue ;0 illustrations, only 2oenta
Address, JAMES VICK, Rochester, N. V.
T ABIES AND CHILDREN will nd a
j aplendld assortment of shoes at the on
price store oi F. Mortimer
" UnquettloniM the best stftrtintd vork tht
kind In the 0 orld "
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TO THE BEffiJLTS OF EVES? BUSINESS
FAIRBANKS & EWIHQ.
715 CHESTNUT St. PHILADELPHIA.
LOOK OUT J
T would respectively Inform myfrieadsthatll
JL teuaoalliug upon them with a supply of good
, FLANNELS, (Plainandbar'd)
toexebangefor woo orsellfor cash.
OentbiWoolin Factori. - ,lT,4m
Sometime ngo a very worthy hut
very nhort-lghted gentleman wns prln-
Ituil of Freeport AcRtlumy. lie was
obliged to use upectucles and ft mnp;iiify
ing glitns and t!oti8eiiicntly did not cc
nil the jokes the hoys ihtyed on him.
One afternoon a large hoy wrote the
principal)) name on tho black-hoard near
the door. "What's thntr" said the
principal, peering at4 it through Ms
glass ; "It looks like a name very likely
'Fools' names, like their faces aro al
ways In view!" The boys could not
suppress their risible. The old gentle
man approached tlie board, scanned
that name closely, found he was the
victim of the Joke and with ill-conceakd
disgust set about finding out- who wrote
it. But he did not.
. -..-. .
How to Figure it.
An exchange says "a man cuts a small
figure nt a dinner party when he's a
little 8.'' Even if he gels there beef 4
they've done se'ven the soup? Hawk
Eye. He can't be a little 8 if the 2-reen
is still on the table. Where-4 he should
regulate his at-10-dance he-(Hy so as not
to excite his host's 1-der. Of course such
a 4-2-itous circumstances as a 0-lster at
home Is a fair X-cuse.
C?" Mistress: 'Come, Bridget, how
much longer are j-ou going to be about
filling that pepper-box V Bridget (a fresh
importation from where they don't use .
pepper castors): 'Sure, ma'am, and itTs
ineself can't say liow long it will be
takin' me to git all this stutl In the thing
through -the holes lu the top.'
aiF In Nevada a man was boasting of
the wonderful scent of his dog and how
far he could track his master, Jle con
cluded his yarn with the triumphant
query. 'What d'ye think about that?'
'Do you want to know what I think
about It?' said one of tho bystanders:
'Well, I think you'd better go and take
a bath.' s
Cy'Pa, whnt does it mean to he
tried by a jury of one's peers?" "It
means, my son, that a man is to bo tried
by a jury composed of men who are his
equals on an equality with him, so
they will have no prejudice against him."
"Then, pa, I guess you'd have to be tried
by a jury of bald-headed men I"
(55- 'The sentence of the Court is,"
said Judge Porter, a popular Irish
magistrate, a notorious drunkard,
"that you be confined in jail for the
longest period the law will allow ; and I
hope you will spend the time in cursing
whiskey." "Be jabers I will, and Tor
ter, too," was the answer.
ST"MilIe. Therese Jakonbovitseh, is
the new Itussian pianiste who has just
made her debut In New York. To pro
nounce her name right you stand on
your head, kick violently with your left
foot, wave your hands, and spcuk
through your nose. St. Louis HcpuUic
cun. 3g" 'Why aro your cheeks like my
ponies ?' said a country beau to his talk
ative sweetheart, as soon as he could get
a word in edgewise, after they had set
out on their ride. 'Is it because they
are red?' said a blushing girl. 'No; it
la because there's one of them on each
side of a waggin' tongue.'
"Ibis such a funny thing," eaki
an old lady of experience, "to see a doc
tor try to look solemn. when he is told
there is a great deal of illness about.
The only thing that beats it is to hear a
lawyer talk about the folly of the people
going to law."
IS3T "Do you think I'll get julii.x done
me?" said a culprit to his counsel. "I
don't think you will replied the other,
"for I see two men on the jury who are
opposed to hanging.
O" Waiter "Sah, what will you
have, a dollar dinner or a two dollur
Gourmand 'What is the tlilVerence?''
Waiter "One dollur, sah."
We are glad, sas an txehauge,
that leap year is over. This having to
reject girl after girl is a cruel strain upon
a sensitive man.
Womeu can't stand on the corner,
talk politics and swear, but they can
stay at home and rip and tearand darn
their husband's old clothes.
. . -av-
CAn eel is not as slippery as a
politician ; but it can live on water long
er. CaT Thousands of , base deceivers are
huug every night on the backs of