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ACAHD,-To all who are suffering from the
errors and Indiscretions or youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you. Fit EE OK
CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by
missionary in South America. Bend a self-addressed
envelope to the Hev. Joseph T. Inman,
Station D, Bible Houte, New York Clly. 16b ly
A StkrlijJo Rkmkdy Foil 'di6ieak and
Injouieb op TfiK Skin ; A Healtfifui.
Beactifieii op ti Comi'lexioxj A Rk
liablb Means of Pwcvkntino and Ke-
l.rEVINa RlIKCMATIHM AND GOCT, AND AN
UNKQUALED DfBlNFKCTANT, DkODDUIZKU
Glenn's Suljrfiur Soap, besitles fniil!
cating local discoaes of tliu bkiu, baiiislics
iletecis of tlio complexion anil imparls to it
gratifying ck'iimeas anil smooth n;sn.
Snlphur Hatha aro colnbrnfi'il fur cu
ring eruptions and other diseases of the skiti,
ns well us Rheumatism and Gout. Glenn'
Sulphur .Soap produces tho futmo efi'er.lH
at a moat trilling expense. Tills admirable
specific also speedily lieals ore, hrtinen,
ealdt burtii, tjirain ami tutu. It removes
dandruff and prevents the buir from fulline;
out and turning gray.
Olothlns and linen used in the sick room
is disinfected, and diseases communir-able by
contact with the ierson, prevented by it.
The Medical Fraternity sanction Its use.
PniCES, 25 andBO Cknts pkb Cark, Peu
Box, (3 Cakkb,) 00c ami f 1.20.
S. B. Bif the larg ealcra and thereby cconamlio. Sold
by all ltruegUW.
"HIH' Hair anil Whisker lvc,w Black
r Brown, 60c.
C. 1 WITTEMON, PropV. 7 iiitb At. Jf.T.
W .llWIMIitlFv-'W" CaV
" CIWTENNIAL," for Fauriff Work.
"GENERAL FAVORITE" for Mamifactitrinf.
SUPERIOR TO AM. IN
Simplicity, Efficiency, Durability, Strength and Lightness.
"U00D AUENTS WANTED." .SEND FOR I'lltWLAKS AND PfiJCES.
WEED SEWING MACHINE COMPANY,
liior oiiHtiu Nd-tM'i,
JONES' BROS, & CO.,
(Formerly John Junes Si Son,)
Grain & Produce
Brick Warehouse, Front St., above Market,
Newport, Perry County, Pa,
WE would respectfully Invite the patronage of
the fitrin'-rs, ami tliu public neuernlly, as
the II Kill KMT THICKS the market will allord,
will be paid for all kinds of
We have constantly ou hand,
HOUSE SHOES, &0 4c.
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST BATES.
3. Orders promptly filled,
Newport, July 20, 1875 tf
JyJEWPORT DRUG STORE.
Havluir ou hand a complotn aaaurtineut of the fol
lowing arttclra, tbe subacrlber aaha a share of your
Drugs and Medicine,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS,
Alan a full stock of
Also always on Hand,
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MKDICINAL and SACltAMKNTAL
Unrrf&lly nnd Promptly Filnl
B. M, EBY,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Role Airent for Irllard's Superior Tobaccos.
W Country Merchants supplied with Goods
at Philadelphia jirleet.
Your orders are solicltod. 9 U
It. S. (OOK & CO.,
Auree to sell' all kinds of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take eood Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Ml'.! In exchange for
Lumber, &c. We use Cleartleld Pine and Hem
Vf. B. a COOK Si CO.,
NewportjJPcrry Co., Pa.
October 10, 1870.
TMPOHTANT NOTICE The subscriber
X late of the firm of Khoades ti Smith, would
respectfully inform the citizens of RLAIN
and vicinity, that he has opened a WAtiON
MAKER-SHOP, and Is prepared to mako new
waiiousand repair old ones at short notice, and
at from TEN to TWENTY percent, cheaper than
the old firm.
Jurulve me a call. Satisfaction guaranteed.
J A (,'Ull SMITH.
BUIli, August 8, 18ti7.
American ami toreltrii Talents.
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hpailiiK. Hy a recent decision of tlie I'ommlB.
sinner, ALL rejected applications tuny be revived.
Special attention Klveu to Interference Caws be
fore the I'nlent ulllce. Exienslnns liefore t'on
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LAND CASIM, LAND WARRANTS & SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the II.
S. tleneral Land Olllcn and Department of the
Interior. Prlvnto Land Claims, MINIM) and
PRE KMPTION Claims, and HOMKHTEA 1) cases
attended to. Land Scrip In 41), Hu, any Jul acre
Iileces for sale. Tills Scrip Is assignable, and can
le located In Ihn name of the purchaser upon any
(loverntueiit land subject to private entrv, at
l.i!5 per acre. It Is of equal value with Ho'untv
Laud Warrants. Send Stamp to (liltuure & Co.,
tor pamphlet of instruction.
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OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the
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In aseparate bureau, under charge of the same
experienced parties, embloved by the old firm.
Prompt attention to all liusiness entrusted to
(IILMOKE & CO., Is thus secured. We desire to
win success by deserving It.
02V r. Htreet,
. Washington, D. C.
MANHOOD: HOW LOST
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CHARLES J. PETERSON.
300 Chest nut SU, Philadelphia. Pa.
Specimens sent gratis, if wrltum for. 44
IMPORTANT TO HUCKSTERS.
The undersigned, deslrlneto return to tlieeltv
offers for sale, the okh wn.i. to a good marketing
route in Perry Co.. with two horse tkam aad
fixtures all complete, with all necessary Instruc
tions to purchaser. This Is an old established
route and a rare chance. For particulars, eallou
J. M. 1.ENNKT,
VICK'S ' .
IlltiHlrated Pricvtt Catalogue
, Fifty pages 3uu Illustratlons.with Descriptions
of the thousands of the best Flowers and Veg
etables In the world, and the way to grow them
ail for a Two Ci'n r pustuuo stamp. Printed lu
German and English.
Vlck's Floral Guide. Ouarterly. 2f, cents a year.
Vlck'a Flower and Veaetable Gardcu, Hi cents
In papert In elegant cloth covers, J1.00.
Address, JAMES V ICK, llovbfster, N. Y.
Offers his services to the eltlrens of Perry and
CiiHilieiland nountles. post olllce aildresn,'
Shernmnsdnle, Perry co., pa,
Blain, Perry county Pa,
-Terms Moderate and every exertion made
to lender satisfaction, otf
inntlAitnib. . 'I1 1, a HnJ.MU,,J
ra.a.x .w.im-i . .i, iniiiDiniini (iiu.
notice that he will cry sales at anv point In Perry
or Dauphin counties. Orders aiu solicited and
oiiii'imvLniiiuii nun,, uireil.
ir . ttrt.t , a
p.. li. ,i r.ijijn,
Chaiues verv low.
Post Olllce address
Q B. HARNISH,
Delvllle. PerrvCo., Pa. Charges moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. ft i (
EW SHOE SHOP I
The undersigned respectfully Informs theeltl.
gens nf Illoomlleld anil vicinity, that they have
opened a shoe-shop In the room of K It. cfouser,
receMtly occupied as a Law otllce, by Calvin Nell
sou, Esq.. where they will do work at panic prlc
es, (repairing made a specialty at prices to snl
the times) Irom-lu to 20 per cent.saved by patron
liugour shop. Our motto Is "quick sales and
short prollts). Terms cash, or country produce,
but positively no credit.
LliV l It. BWARTZ ft CO..
New Illoomlleld, Pa.
.lanuiiry 18, 1870 tf
f For Sale by F. Mohtimkr, New Illoomtleld,
reiry counly, Pa.
VK11Y LADY SHOULD
HAVE ONE OF OUR
IMPROVED TLA ITERS,
adapted to alt kinds of goods, and to all the dif
ferent and fashionable styles of Flatting. Simple
and easily managed, It la Just the article every
Sent by mall, postage paid, ou receipt of price.
film. Send for Circular.
N. Y. TRffADLE M'F'G CO..
04 Virtlnndt Htreet AW" i'ork.
HE PERRY HOUSE,
Now lUoonideltl, Perry Co., Pa.,
THOH. BUTCH, PropriRtor.
J (Formerly the Bwcger House,)
NEW BLOO.MFIEI.D, TERRY CO.. PA.
JOM. 8. SMITH.
Having good accommodations for regular or
transient boarders, a share of public patronage
is soucuea. i iv
rpE MANSION HOUSE,
New llloomfleld, Peun'a.,
D. M. RINESMITH, ProprHtor.
This well-known hotel has lately beenenlarged
re painted and re-lllted. Rest accommodations
airoraeii. w caretui nosners always in aiiena
auce. 933 tf
STOKK STASH AND FA KM KOIt
HALF!. A First rate Farm In .luniata co.,
Pa., also a Stol e Stand and Stock of Gooos. For
further particulars address SAMUEL RUCK.
Port Hn al.. luniata co Pa. s 36 3m'
1 4C:. n-j
Thz Standard Of The World
Over 300 Modifications.
10 THE REQUIREMENTS OF EVEBK BUSH 1ESS 1
FAIRBANKS &. SWING.
715 CKESTKUT St. PHILADELPHIA.
T would respectively Inform rnVfrleadstbat I In
X tend calling upon thm with a supply of good
toexchangefor woo orsellfor cash.
. , J. M.BULER.
CbntkeWooi.es Factokt. 6,17,4m
pEABODY HOUSE, .
CO I, N KB or LOCUST asu NINTH STS..
Convenient to all places of amusement and car
lines in the eity. No changes to and from the
: Col. Watson, proprietor of the Hcnht IIoitsk,
Cincinnati for the oast twentv years, and uresent
proprietor, has leased the bouse for a term of
sears, and has uewlv furnished and fitted It
throughout, lie will keep strictly llrxt-ulaat
House, ami naa accommooaiiou lurauu guests.
Terms I per dav.
- No Bar has ever been kept In the H EN'RY
Mttt riii, nor will any oe Kent at we rt..v
WODY. JO Si
. '' " 'Irs. fl ns&?YV
IkSTf 111 1 11 ' ii. i n fit-
lffl v,mfn 1 r,: "' M 1t;-" frt mp.Vr-
I ai41 1'1"1. ''tftths. Uronrhitis k sli smibilnas fJHJ
V"!j l't,""', tk)''orilriirtrlslfi,r0mou'syi7
VW. Khr hns nntmt It. I will, os rwlpt ffnl
WiS. of iiWI'"lll".t.il.Mail
Ancctiotos of a Purrot.
Mr. lliiytinl 'J'n lor, urltinn (if anliiml
iiuttirc lit Th'. Attrtnfli; telln thin Htory of
a imrrot owned ly a frlfitd In Chh-iign.
When tliu ureal lire wn mttiUB, the
owner huNv that slio eould reseue nothing
t-xcept whnt slie Itistnntly totk in her
lianda. Tliero were two olijectn equally
dear, the jmrrot aud tlio old funilly
llllile, and (die eould take hut one. Aflcr
u moment's hesitation die fcl.ed the
l.ihle, and waa haHtenlnp; away, when
the jmrrot erled out In aloud and Miletnn
voice, "flood Lord, Deliver Ual" No
liuninn being eould have been deaf to
sueh an apiieul ; the jireeloua Hlhlo was
Micrlflt.'ed and the bird Raved, lie was
otherwise a clever bird. In thclioiiHe to
whleh he was taken there was omonfj
other visitors a gentleman rather noted
for volubility. When the parrot first
heard him it listened In sllenee for some
time, then to Jhe nmnzement of all
present It said very einphatleally, "You
talk too mtiehl" The gentleman, ot first
embarrassed, presently resumed lils In
terrupted tllse-ourse. Thereupon the
parrot laid his head ou one side, gnveun
Indescribably comical and eomtempt
uous "H'm nil" and added, "There he
.. . ...
Wanted a Short Interview.
The police the other day discovered a
man about forty years old lying In an
alley, and when he was conducted to the
station it was discovered that he was
about half drunk and half froze. He
was seated near the stove to thaw out,
and it was about forty-two minutes be
fore lie spake him a word. Then he
pushed ills stIfriegs(iut,rubl)cdhisharido
and remarked :
"C-Captaln, d-do you know the f-feller
who said that f-free.ln' to death wns
simply a b beautiful dream V"
"I think his name was Shakespeare,"
replied the official.
"W-well, C-captaIn, after I get thor
oughly thawd out, will you let me s-see
this Mls'r Shakespeare for about ten
(3f The ways of widows are artful as a
general thing. A handsome one In this
county was cautioned liy her minister
about tlirting, but she told him she had
the Bible for her authority. He looked a
4-l1.. .,..K.1.l .....1 t !...! ... ...n,.ll....
tlJllC BUI III IBI-V,I1U UllU IW irUUHCLbtllUl
portion of the Word which referred to
the subject; but he could not, and so
asked her to give him chapter and verse.
"It said "widows mite," did n't it.
She was flirting awfully at last accounts;
her pastor acknowledged that "widows'
Old Mr. Bledsoe, although he is a
very profane, wicked man, looks very
youthful for his years. One of his
nclgliliors remarked to Mrs. Bledsoe the
other day : "The old man is- wearing
well, Isn't he ?" "Oh, yen," replied the
good womaii,''he's swearing well enough
as it goes, but considering the oppor
tunities and practice he's had, he in ight
put a little more polish into it."
"Dots pa kiss you because he loves
yon f" inquired a snobby nosed urchin
of his maternal ancestor.
"To be sure, sonny, why y"
"Well, I think lie loves the cook, too,
for he kissed her more than forty times
butt Sunday, when vou were at meet
ing." (ST The cobbler's last word : "I feel
that I wax weaker Mich succeeding day,
and that I am fubt approaching my end;
a few more litehen, and all will be over;
and I shall go where there Is rest for the
weary Hole and every sorrow will be
heeled.''1 Having said awl he wished,
he calmly lu eat bed his taut.
"Good morning, Donelly! I hear
your daughter has a baby; is it a boy or
a girl 5"' "Shure.Mlcs, it's meself a
doesn't yet know for the life of ineif I'm
a grandfather or a grandmother, be
dad." . s- -o - -
Marriage has come to lie looked
upon as such a temporary arrangement
in Indiana, that juetice's fees for er
forniing the ceremony have been re
duced twenty-live r cent, for t-teady
j-A Chieago pork cker, who.e
jiewrent was raised to 525, exclaimed :
"Great CVsar! Here's a nice state of
affairs. The Gospel going up and pork
going down. What's to become of us?"
- . -
JT "I Mr. Brown a man of means?"
inquired a lady visitor of aunt B ts-y.
"Yes, I should think he won," re
plied aunt Betsy, as everybody ays he's
the meanest man lu town. '