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THIS TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., MAIICII 0, 1877.
t A Perilous Position.
During the progress or the fire nt the
AWulcnn thentre In Philadelphia, on Bmi
day morning a week it wan ascertained
that Frederick Neuman, of the Are patrol,
was in the ruins. Search was instituted,
and he could plainly be seen, but it was
impossible to reach him. He was held
down, lying upon his baclt, by a girder
which hud caughtMiim about the shoulder.
On the top of this was an immense pile of
debris. He was called to and answered.
A. number of men wanted to go into the
building to rescue him, but the captain of
the patrol held them back, fciriyg that
more lives might be aacrifled, the walls
bolug momentarily expected to fall.
At oue time the debris piled upon Neu
man caught tire, and the flames were
within a yard of him. A stream of water
was put upon it, and he was saved from
the horiible fate of being burned alive.
About three hours afterward, ho having
beon called to and answering cheerily to
bis comrades, ho called out, "It's all up,
boys j N. G. no good P Shortly after
this, however, the fire was subdued, and
Meveral of the insurance patrol worked
their way to where he was lying. It was
impossible to extricate him, as it was
feared that if oven a single plank was re
moved the wholo pile would fall and cruBU
. fiiui to death. In the meantime the . poor
- fellow showed immense fortitude. A drink
of liquor was passed to him, but be refused
it. Then some beef tea waspaBsed to him,
which be drank, and it was given him at
intervals until between eight and nine
o'clock in the morning, when he was libera
ted. About ten minutes before he was released
lie fainted, and when taken out be was
unconscious. He was immediately taken
to the Pennsylvania hospital, and at a late
. bour the next evening was doing remark
ably well j the physicians, after a careful
diagnosis, giving it as their opinion that he
was suffering only from exhaustion.
Excitement In Nova Scotia.
Halifax, Feb. 2ft. Tho question of
precedence having arisen botweeu certain
Queeu's counsel, an affidavit was read in
the Supreme Court on Saturday setting
forth that the soal'attached to the commis
sion of Queen's counsel appointed by tho
local Government, was not the great seal
of the Province, but the old seal which was
ordered to be returned by tho Imperial
Government in 1809. The Premier of the
local Government admitted the Government
had been using the old seal. The Court
expressed astonishment at such cou tempt
for Her Majesty's authorized and expressed
opinion, and said that nil acts requiring
the great seal dono since 18C9 were totally
' This state of aftairs leaves Nova Hcotia
to-day without a Parliament and without
a Govermnout, with all grants of marriage
licenses, consequently marriages, and all
commissions siuce 1809 totally void. Tho
greatest excitement prevails In consequence.
The Chief Justice, after intimating that it
would require imperial legislation to recti
fy tho matter, adjourned the court for ton
days for a full inquiry.
V Two Men Killed and Four Injured.
Monday morning a scaffolding in tho
blast furnaco of tho , Bethlehem Iron
Company's works at Retblehem, on which
i.eveu men were at work, gave way. Six
of the men fell to the bottom, a distance
of seventy feet, two of them, Charles
Meyer, of Iiitteisville, Pa., and Hejjry
Kichline, of Uethlehem, being instautly
killed, aud the other four seriously wound
ed. Two of them will probably die. The
heventh man saved bis life by jumping
- from tho scaffolding on the top of the wall.
He was also badly injured by the falling
timbers. The following are the names of
the injured men : Charles Durn,of Saucon,
Pa.; George Nice, of Ilellertown, Pa. j Ja
cob Fogel, of Salisbury, Pa., aud Milton
Kepler, of Bethlehem, Pa.
From a uvll-known Duukard Preacher.
Ilartleton, Union Co., Pa., Deo. 24, 1874.
Messrs. Both Av"v Fowle fc Sons, Boston:
Gentleman : Having received deoided
benefit from the use of Peruvian Syrup
for Dyspepsia and General Debility of the
system, I can recommend it heartily in all
cases as being a very effective and pleasant
preparation. It gives almost universal
satisfaction. Respectfully yours.
Bold by all druggists. Adam Bravf.u.
tW The ladies of New Castle have signed
a pledge that they "will not court nor
marry any young man who drinks any in
toxicating liquors or uses tobacco;" and
the young men say they "will neither court
uor marry auy young lady who laces, pads,
wears) -big bustle, pal pita tor or other
patent appliance ns an improvement on
nature ;" and now the matrimonial business
of that place is ended for the present.
'John F. Hackett, proprietor of the
Centennial Hotel, at ltutlor,- Pa., received
uews the other day that on aged aud
wealthy grandmother, who for many years
has been making her borne in New Orleans,
bad departed this life, bequeathing to him
her whole fortune, consisting of f 000,000
worth of real estate and $30,000 money.
ClipinMrv hn pincnvprrtl nt I.nst who.
, rrjrbujr Hants.
WOOD'S IMPROVED If At It ltHSrOUATlVK
In unlike any other, and bus no eiii.il. The Im
proved lias new veiretnblo tonic properties) re
stores Riay liulr to a Klussy, natural colore re
stores failed, dry, harsh and falling halrt restores
hair to prematurely bald lieadu removes (Inn
drnlT, hnniors, snaly eruptions; removes Irrita
tion. llehliiK and nenly dryness. No article pro
duces such wonderful eneels. Try It, call for
Wood's Improved Hair Restorative, and don't be
)mt q(T irftA any other artfclt. Bold by all drug
Klsts In this place and everywhere. Trade sup
plied at manufacturers' prices by C. A. COOK &
CO., Chicago, Sole Agents for the Tutted States
and Canadas, and by Johnston, JInlloway & Co,,
Philadelphia. lo). ly e.o.w
W Bpots on tho Sim do not visibly diminish
its brilliancy, but spots, pimples or blotches
upon the face, neck or nrms, seriously detract
from female beauty. They may, however, be
completely removed by the dally woof Glenn's
Sulphur Boap. Depot, Crittenton's No. 7, 8th
Ave., N. Y. Hill's llalr Whisker dye, brown
or black, 00 cents. tUw
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
(iENTI.KMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Dcbllltv. l'reiiialiiie Deenv. mid nil
the effects of youthful Indiscretion will, tor the
sake of suirerliig humanity, send free to all who
neeu II,, urn irnipn ami uirecuou lor inaKing tne
simple remedy by which he was qureil. Sufferer
wishing to profit by the ndvnrtlser'8 experience
call do so by add reusing In perfect eonlldence.
.IU1INK. OtJDKN, Cedar St., New York.
I will mall (Free) the recipe for preparing a
simple VKOETAm.i! Bai.m that will lemove Tan.
KHECK l,ES. PIMPI.K3 and Blotchhs, leaving
tiie skin soft, clear and beaiitllnli also Instruc
tions for producing a luxuriant growth of hair
on a bald heBd or smooth face. Address BEN.
VANDKLK&CO., llox 6121, No. 6 Wooster St.,
New York. Iua02mos.
Thosdverhser, having been permanently cured
of that dread disease, Consumption, by a simple
remedy. Is anxious to make known to his fellow
sufferers the meansof cure To all who desire It,
he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free
of charge), with the dlrectlonsfor preparing and
using the same, which they will tlnd a Sure Cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
Parlies wishing the prescription will please
address, Rev. E. A. WIM40N,
Hatimos 194 Penn St., WIUIamsburgh.Kew York
A Certain Headache Cure.
A harmless vegetable preparation, and the
discovery of a phsielan. the Victor Headache
l'owder has been proven a positively sure cure
for the most distressing cases of Sick or Nervous
Headache, Morning sickness and Neuralgia, a
single powder actually curing In ten minutes
when all other means fail. We have had a won
derful experience with it, and the ten cent trial
pack can be had by addressing the proprietors,
J. It 11K1SI.EY i CO., Salem N. J.. who will
cheerfully mall them postpaid, and of Druggists
everywhere and it Is with well merited eonlldence
they are offered as a thorough cure for all dis
tresses of the head. 8 ly
POLICY - HOLDERS
Continental, Security New Jersey Life
And other doubtful Insurance Companies,
The New England Mutual
(Chartered 18"5) offers special terms for reinsu
rance, Marston & Wakellu.Geu. Agts., 138 8.4111
St., Philadelphia. 10 d tt.
tOfin A Month. AGENTS WANTED oil our
$IUU Til It EE GK EAT ! HOOKS. The
8TOKY OF CHARLEY HUMS.
A full accountof this Oreat Mystery, written by
his Father, be Its Hobinson Crusoe In thrilling In
terest. She illustrated HAND BOOK to all re
ligious, a Complete Account of all denominations
and scets. 30(1 illustrations. Also the ladies'
medical guide by, Dr. Pancoast. 1(10 Illustrations.
These books sell at sight. Male and Female
Agents coin money on them. Particulars free.
Copies by mail 2 each. John E. Potter tt Co.,
iS Alcotts Water-Wheel
1 fj Aimnied Vie Centenntal Medat.
2 7Y Tlln mn,t practical, simple,
rk iSJl ft"- effective Its superior ad-
frK - vantage at partial gate is unl
wrsally acknowledged. Ad-
'lV't'.?tS XU T. C. AT.COTT ft BON,
l;,V;i,, Mfrs, of Wheels Mill Machln-
aifl ery, Mount Holly, N. . I. Will
J&i"" give manufacturing rlghts.lUdM
A. IIOM13 iTAiiar
OF YOUK OWN,
On the line or a O It EAT K All. KOAD with good
markets both EAST uud WEST.
Now is the Time to Secure It.
Mild Climate, Fertile Soil, best Country for Stock
Kaising In the United Slates.
Books Maps. Full information, also "THE
PlUNfcEK" sent free to all parts of tne world.
Address, O. F. DAVIS,
Land Com. V. P. K. H.
lOdlt OMAHA, NEB.
" We want fiOO more tlrstolass Sowing Ma
chine Agems, :00 men of energy and ability to
learn the business of Selling Sewing Machines.
Compensation Liberal, but varying according to
Ablllty.Charaoter and Qualincatlous of the Agent.
For Particulars, Address.
Wilson Sewing Machine Co, Chicago.
8H7 t H59 Broadway, New York, or New Orleans,
T It I F L I NU
WITH A COLD IS ALWAYS DANGEROUS.
a sure remedy for COUGHS.
nr. A All JU.....
tliu Til If MAT 11 Mu iIIt.-Lin in,.,,.!!,,
MEMBRANE.' ""U ul'"UD
Put Up Only In Blue Boxes.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 10dw
C N. Chittexton, 7 Bixtu Avknub, New York.
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
The oldest mutual In the country. Chartered 1S3S.
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEN.
MAHSTON WAKKLIN. General Agents
SUlt 183 South Fourth Btreet, Philadelphia.
EST Mlltjin' Cniii
D A 1 Jewelry Combination
1 j I I L-iont.-Consisting of el
J f I I 1 P!',' .wtch chain-
muics- nana so me
D t It 11 I """:". sear arops,
11 II IK 1 p.alr f'wnt gold
II II I I I stone sleeve buttons
lilt I set spiral stiids.cnilur
button, heavy plain
. unu yni. lue aoove articles
seut. post-paid, for 60 cents, have been retailed
for to. Bankr'nt stock and must be sold. Solid
Milton Gold Watches, flu each, for speculative
purposes, good timers, equal in appearance to a
tMU genuine gold. "His reputation for honesty,
fair dealing and liberality Is uuequaled by any
advertiser Is thlscliy." Jv. Y. Mv llook. lien.
Buvrrnser is inisciiy." jv. jr. lxiy nook, Dec.
gdU F. STOCKMAN. 27 BOND ST, New York.
OK FANCY CARDS 11 styles with nameT lOcts
Vost paid. J. B. Ht'STisu, Nassau, ltens. Co.
V.. t diw
OLD TIME PRICES
Great Popular Clotliiiii House
A. C. YATES & CO.,
Coi nrr or Chestnut anil Ct'a Streets,
1'llILA DELPHIA .
Best Goods In the City. Every Garment War
ranted as represented or.inoney returned.
STRICTLY ONE PRICE.
A FEW DOLLARS
Will go n good wuy just now us we liave made
ANOTHER GREAT REDUCTION
In order to dear oil our Winter Stock, and make room for our lurge Bl'ItINQ
BTOCIC which Is now being manufactured.
CLOTHING, CARPETS, &c.
Men's Clothing Very Cheap.
Men's Clothing Very Cheap.
Youth's Clothing Very Cheap.
Youth's Clothing Very Cheap.
Hoys' Clothing Very Cheap.
Hoys Clothing Very Cheap.
Children's Clothing Very Cheap.
Children's Clothing Very Cheap.
Good Room Carpet Very Cheap.
Good Room Carpet Very Cheap.
Common Room Carpet Very Cheap.
Common Room Carpet Very Cheap.
Stair Carpet Very Clieap.
Kloor Oil cloth Very Cheap.
Stair Oil-Cloth Very Cheap.
Table Oll-Cloih Very Cheap.
Trunks Very Cheap.
Valises Very Cheap.
Gum Coats Very Cheap.
Gum Itlankets Very Cheap.
Horse Blankets Very Cheap.
Ped Blankets Very Cheap.
Men's Hats Very Cheap.
Hoy's Hats Very Cheap.
t3T Aud many other goods besides tho
forget to give us a call.
I S I D O It S C H f A It T Z ,
" THE NEW "DOMESTIC,"
A DOUBLE THREAD LOCK-STITCH MACHINE.
J liSti'l'liisioi'W 1
IT RETAINS all the virtues of the Light-Running " DOMESTIC," Including the Automatic
Tension, which was and Is the best In use.
. Please uotice our PATENT HARDENED CONICAL BEARINGS on both the Maclne
Our new and old Ideas, worked out with brand new Machinery and Tools at our own new
works, in the busy city of Newark. New Jersey have given us a standard of MECHANICAL EX
CKI.LENCE, Minimum of Friction, Maximum of Durability, and range of work, never heretofore
reached In the Sewing Machine world.
TO THIS STATEMENT AND THE MACHINE ITSELF
Cff" We invito the attention of all, especially those having high mechanical
skill or observation. N. H. All Machines fully warranted.
IJOMF.bTIC SEWINO MACHINE CO., New York and Chicago.
LADIES, I'SE "DOMESTIC" PAPER FASHIONS.
NOTICE. The public are hereby notified and
warned not to molest, or In any way trcs
pass on the rights and credits of Anthony Su
ghart In the following property purchased by him
at Sheriff's sale, at the residence of Levi Sughart,
on the 7th day of February, 1877, said property
being left In the care of Levi Sughart. viz:
Two Cows, 4 head of Young Cattle, 1 Mower
combined. 1 two horse Wagon, 1 Metnl Plow,
Double and Single Trees, 1 Craln Cradle, Lot of
Cow Chains. 1 pair of Breast chains, I pair of
Putt chains, 1 Hay Rake, 1 Corn Coverer, aud 1
Per I.kvi SuuuiKT, Agent.
Blaln, Pa., February 13, 1877.
.is trtrr. AUTiurn-iiunuB is ueieoy given
1J that Letters Testamentary on the estate of
Frederick K Hum, late of Tyrone township,
rerry county, ra., deceased, nave ueen granted
to the undersigned, residing in Elllottsburg, Perry
All persons Indebted tosald estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those having
claims to present thein duly authenticated for
WILLIAM II. DUM. Executor.
A. M. Ma bk nr.. Attorney for Executor.
January 30, 1877.
SSIGNEENOTICEr' " 7
Notice Is hereby given that James Irvine aud
wife of Savllle township, J'erry county. Pa., by
deed of voluntary assignment nave assigned all
the estate, real and personal, of the said James
Irvine to Thos. H. Mllllgan, of the borough of
Newport,' county and state aforesaid, In trust for
the benefit of the creditors of the said James
Irvine. All pertons therefore Indebted to the
said James Irvine, will make payment to the said
assignee, and those having claims or demands will
make known the same without delay.
lltOU. il. M1LI.IOAN,
January 30, 1877.
LADIES' and GENT'S'
FURNISHING GOODS, &0.
Bhawls Very Cheap.
Scarfs Very Cheap.
Towels Very Cheap.
Table Covers VeryCheap.
Corsets Very Cheap.
Collars Very Cheap.
Cliffs Very Cheap.
Jewelry Very Cheap.
Pocket-Hooks Very Cheap.
Nubias Very Cheap.
Furs Very Cheap,
tinderwear Very Cheap.
Shirts Very Cheap.
Overalls Very Cheap.
Overshlrts Very Cheap.
niocKiiigs very ( neap.
Handkerchiefs Very Cheap,
i Bed Spreads Very Cheap.
Hair Switches VervChean.
Umbrellas Very cheap.
Shirt Bosoms Very Cheap.
Accordions Very Cheap.
Paper and Envelopes Very Cheap.
above, will be sold very LOW. Uon't
NOTICE Is hereby given that George Matchett
and Leah M. Matchett, his wife, of Miller town
ship, Perry couuty, have assigned their property
and effects to the uuderslgned, of Wheatfleld
township, Perrycounty, for the benellt of cred
Iters. All persons therefore Indebted to said as
signors are requested to make payment and
those having claims, will please present them
duly authenticated tothe undersigned for settle
ment without delay.
SOLOMON BIG n AM, Assignee,
LEWIS POTTER, Atty. feb.20
ESTATE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby glv
en, that Letters of Administration on the es
tate of Jacob Rice, late of Savllle township.
Perry county, deceased-, have been granted to the
subscribers residing in the same township.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims to present theiu duly authenticated for
CHARLOTTE N. RICE,
A. M. Makkki, Attomev.J Administrators,
lebruary U, 187 J titpd
ESTATE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby glv.
en that Letters of Administration on the
estate of John 8. MeElvy, late ef New Buffalo
borough, Perry Va deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned residing In the same borough.
All persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
r, k , . J0HN BA8KIN.
February 10, lS77.pd Admiuistrator.
JOB PRINTING of every description neatly
executed on short uotice and at reasonable
rates at this office.
" The Best Thing in the West."
Atchison, Topska & Santa Fe R. R,
LAN 13 B
of the best Karmlngand Agricultural Lands In
America, situated In and near the beautiful Cot
tonwood ami Upper Arkansas Valleys, the gar
den of the West, on 11 Years' Credit, with 7 per
cent. Interest. ,
land"FAIlE nEFL'KDED T purchasers of
tW'1'" m ""urma
., . . L A- B. JOHNSON.
Acting Land Commissioner, Topeka. Kansas
Or.CM. MORRISON, agent oT A. T. ft 8. V
ILK., No. 26 N. 3rd St., Harrlsburg, Pa. 4 m
JSSIGNEE'S" NOTICE"." "
,fitlce ,hr?by given that John Yohn of Car:
roll township, Perrycounty. Penn'a., bv deed of
voluntary deed of assignment has assigned all the
estate, real and personnl of the said John Yohn
Kle!'k. ,t Shermansdale, county and
state aforesaid, In trust for the benefit of the
creditors of the said John Ynhu. All persons
therefore Indebted to the said John Yolin, will
niake payment to the said assignee, and those
srewfctadyemaml,"IU n'ake kttam ,h?
January 30, 1877. ' Assignee.
Tho Bloomfield Times
IS TIIE PLACE TO GET
Plain and Fancy
' ' . ENVELOPES,
&C, &C, j&C, &c.
At the Shortest Notice
JYJUSSER & ALLEN
Now offer the public
A RARE AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OK
Consisting sf all shades suitable for the season.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
AT VARIOUS PRICES.
AN ENDLESS SELECTION OF PRINTS!
We sell and do keep a good quality oft
SUGARS, COFFEES & SYRUPS,
And everything under the head of
Machine needles and oil for all makes ef
To be convinced that our goods are
CHEAP AS TIIE CHEAPEST,
ISTOCALt AND EX MINE STOCK.
No trouble to show goods. '
Don't forget the
VT- . A T r x T-
iNewport, reny uraniy, ra..
IS TAKEN INIEHNAUY, AND P0SITIVEIV CUHtS
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURAIGIA AND IUMBAG0,
SOLD BY DRUaCISIS tVtflVWHtKE. SEND f On CM
heLphensting a bentley.
nanpniOTO uiAciuu.iTnii n t
For sale by hole salt DniggUts la FitU
turg aod miadelphla. . 36 ly
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