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THE TIMES NEW liLOOM FIELD j 1AM MARCH L'U877.
The Sexes In Heaven.
The Hov. E. It. Koyos preached to tlie
Gospel numbor of twelve persons in the
Hwedenborglan Church, at Uommunlriaw
and Crescent avenues, .lorsoy City, Inst
Sunday. "Rome," he said, "never twinoda
wreath df celestial llowers for Uynien's
hrow, novor chanted n heavenly cpitli
alamium, never overshadowed the nuptial
couch with roverent wings, never diffused
notifying power to exoroiso the Genii
who invade and dnseorato its mysteries.
It leaves the sweetost of nil human niTsct
tion in the grave, whore the body perishes
and inscribes the sentence of everlasting
oblivion upon its mute remains. Protes
tantism is corporeal, llymen is not ropro
twnted by it with winged cherubs or
hymning seraphs, but with boasts and
creeping things. It marries for time, it
, divorocs for eternity. It denounces as
carnal the doctrine of the union of two,
kiudred chastities into one boalitude. It
is no church of Ood. It was left for
fiwedenborg and the now church to an
nounce the permanence of the sexual,
character. Men and women appear ns men
and womon in heaven. The snmo ineffable
felicity that exists among lovers hero will
continue to exist in heaven. Those who
would unsex the sexes at death have not
duly considered the resources of ennobling
enjoyment that are thus denied thorn.
reople couldn't endure existence In heaven
with sex abolished. As well might we at
tempt to reproduce tho sublirao strains of
Mozart, of Hadyn or Bethoven without the
liarmouious blending of bass and sophrauo
and tenor and contralto, or seek to bring
forth from the earth the green grass, tho
blushing (lower, or the fruitful tree with
.out the genial showers and the fructifying
Jight and the heat of the sun.
WONDERS OF MODERN SCIENCE.
The perfect accuracy with which scien
tists are enabled to deduce the most minute
.particulars in their several departments,
appears almost miraculous if we view it in
the light of the early ages. Take for
example the electro-magnetic telegraph
tho greatest invention of the age. Is it
not a marvelous decree of accuracy which
enables an operator to exactly locate a
fracture in a submarine cable nearly tbreo
thousand miles long? Our venorablo "clerk
of the weather" has become so thoroughly
familiar with those most wayward elements
-of nature that he can accurately predict
their movements. He can sit in Washing
ton and foretell what the weather will be
to-morrow in Florida or New York, as well
as if several hundred miles did not inter
vene between him and the places named.
And so in all departments of modern
science, what is required is tho knowledge
of certain aigns. ' From these the scientists
deduce accurate conclusions regardless of
distance. A few fossils sent to the expert
geologist enable him to accurately de
termine the rock-formation from which
they were taken. 116 can describe it to you
as perfectly as if a cleft of it were lying on
his table. 80 also the chemist can deter
mine the constitution of the sun as accura
tely as if that luminary were not ninety
live million miles from his laboratory.
The sun sends certain sirm over the
''infinitude of space" and the chemist
classifies them by passiug them through
the spectroscope Only tho presence of
certain substances could produce these
solar signs. Ho also, in medical science,
diseases have certain unmistakable signs,
or symptoms, and by reason of this fact.
Dr. Pierce, of the World's Dispensary,
bas been enabled to origiuate and perfect a
system of determining, with the greatest
accuracy, the nature of chronic diseases
without seeing and personally examining
his patients. He bas spared neither pains
nor expense to associate with himself, as
the Faculty of the World's Dispensary, a
large number of medical gentlemen of rare
. attainments nud skill, graduates from some
of the most famous Medical Colleges and
Universities of both Europe and America.
By aid of Dr. Pierce's system of diagnosis,
these physicians and surgeons annually
treat, with the most gratifying success,
many thousands of invalids without ever
seeing them in person. In recognizing
diseases without a personal examination
of the patient they claim to possess no
miraculous powers. They attain their
knowledge of the patient's disease by the
practical application of well established
principles of modern science to the practice
of medicine. And it is to the accuracy
with which this system has endowed them
that they owe their almost world-wide
reputation for the skillful treatment of all
lingering or chronio affections. This sys
tem of practice and the marvelous success
which has been attained through it, demon
strate the fact that diseases display certain
phenomena, which being subjected to
fcclentirlo analysis or synthesis, furnish
abundant and unmistakable data to guide
ihe judgement of the skillful practitioner
aright in determining the nature of diseased
conditions. The amplest resources for
treating lingering or chronio diseases, and
the greatest skill, are thus placed within,
the easy reach of ewry invalid, however
distant he or she may ' reside from the
physicians making the treatment of such
affections a specialty. The peculiarties of
this scientific system of practice are fully
explained in the Appendix of "The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser," a book
of over nine hundred large pages, which
is so popular as to have reached a sale of
almost one hundred copies within a few
months of its iirst publication. It is. sent
(post-paid) by the Author to any address,
on receipt of oue dollar and lifty cents.
Address, It. V. Pierce, M. I)., World's
Dispensary, Buffalo, N. Y.
A Puzzle for a Court.
, A curious case is before the Providence
courts, which it would require the proverb
ial wisdom of an Arabian cadi to decide.
A Mr. Durfee recently bought an old safe,
and left it with a blacksmith to sell, who,
on opening it, found a roll of bills to the
aroouut of f 165 concealsd in 1 crack in the
lining. Dilifent Inquiry failed to And any
clue to the ownership of th money, and
t he question to be settled now is, does it
belong to the owner ef tho safe, or to the
blacksmith by right of discovery.
Pain In the Breast.
, Kautz P. 0 8nyder Co., P., .Inly I).
This is to certify that I have been aflliot
ed with pain in the breast, Rcrompaniod by
a severe cough, for nearly five years, which
had brought me so low that at times I was
unable to do anything. After having
trlod all the various medicines I saw adver
tised, without the least benefit, I was in
duced by a friend from Danville to give
Dh. Wistak's Balsam or Wii.n Ciikhhy
a trial. The first bottle gave me almost
immediately relief, and I was soon enabled
to do a jrond day's work. I cheerfully
recommend this article to the pnblio as a
safe and eflloacious remedy for diseases of
the lungs. Con bad Kaktz.
50 cents and l a bottle. Hold by all
ERRORS OF YOUTH
AUKNTLKM AN who suffered fur years from
Mervous Debility, Premature Decay, mid all
the eflectn of youthful Indlseretton will, for the
sake f snirnriiiK humanity, send free to nl) who
need It, the reelie and direction for making the
simple remedy by whleli lie was cured. Sufferers
wishing to proflt by the advertiser's experience
can do so by addressing In perfect ecinlldenco.
JOHN K. OUDKN, 42 Cedar St., New York.
I will mall (Free) the recipe for preparing a
simple Vkoktahi.k Bai.m that will remove Tan,
EHECKLKS, l'lMTLKS and H1.0TCMKS, leaving
the skin soft, clear and beautiful; also liistruc.
tlnus for producing a luxuriant growth of hair
on a bald head or smooth face. Address HEN.
VANDICLF&t'O., Box 6121, No. & Wooster St.,
Nsw York. lOaltf flinos.
TO CO N SUM T I V ES.
Theadvertiser. 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 directions for preparing and
using the same, which they will find a Sure Cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, tic.
Fartles wishing the preset lotion will please
address, ltev. K. A. WILSON,
SaOinos 194 rerin St., WIlllanisburgh.New York.
A Certain Headache Cure.
A harmless vegetable preparation, and the
discovery of a phslclan, the Victor Headache
Powder 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 full. We have had a won
derful experience with it, and the ten cent trial
Sack can be had by addressing the proprietors,
. K. IIElsLKY m CO., Salem N. J., wan wilt
cheerfully mall them postpaid, and of Druggists
everywhere and it la with well merited confidence
they are offered as a thorough cure for all dis
tresses of the head. 9 ly
POLICY - HOLDERS
Continental, Security New Jersey Life
And other doubtful Insurance Companies,
The New England Mutual
(Chartered 1S3S) offers special torms for relnsu.
ranee, Marstu& Wakelln.Gen. Acts., l.'WH.4lh
BlPlilIadelphla. 10 d 4t.
itOnfi A Month. AOENT3 WANTED on our
$UU THKKK GKEAT ti BOOKS. The
STOKY OK CHARLEY UOSS.
A full accountof this Great Mystery, written by
his Father, be its Koblnson Crusoeln thrilling In
terest. She Illustrated HAND BOOK to all re
ligious, a Complete Aecountof all denominations
and scets. :m Illustrations. Also the ladies'
medical guide by.Dr. fancoast 100 illustrations.
These books sell at sight. Male and Female
Agents coin money on them. Particulars free.
Coiiies by mail 2 each. John E. Potter & Co.,
?tw? Alcotts Water-Wheel
. J & kJFlta A.mrdcd the Centennial Medal.
j lie most, practical, simple,
and effective. Its superior ad
vantage at partial gate is uni
versally acknowledged. Ad
dress, T. C. ALCOTT SON,
Mfrs. of Wheels & Mill Machin
ery. Mount Holly, N. J. Will
give manufacturing rlghts.lOdlt
A. HOME At FARM
On the line of a GKKAT K AILltOAD with good
markets both KAHT and WEST.
Now is the Time to Secure It.
Mild Climate, Fertile Roll, best Country for Stock
liaising in the United States.
Books Maps. Full Information, also "THE
PIONKKK" sent free to all parts of tne world.
Address, O. F.DAVIS,
Land Com. U. P. B. R.
10d OMAHA, NEB.
A LUCRATIVE BUSINESS.
V We want 600 more first-class Sewing Ma
chine Agents, 500 men of energy and ability to
learn the business of Selling Hewing Machines.
Compensation Liberal, but varying according to
Ability .Character and Qualifications of the Agent.
For Particulars, Address.
Wilson Sewing Machine Co. Chicago.
827 & S69 Broadway, New York, or New Orlealis,
WITH A COLD 18 ALWAYS DANGEROUS.
Wells' Carbolic Tablets,
a sure remedy for COUGHS, and all diseases of
the THROAT. LUNGS, CHEST and MUCOUS
J'ut Up Only in Bine Holes.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 10d4w
C. N. CRITTK.NTON, 7 Bixtu AvSKUB, New York.
New Englind Mutual Life' Ins. Co.
The oldest mutual In the country. Chartered 1835.
LIBERAL TERMS GIVEN.
MARSTON & WAKELIN. General Agents.
8d4t 183 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
I f EST Milton Gold
01111 -V 1 Jewelry Combination
1 I I I fcJout.Conslstlngof ele
j I 1 I I Kant t watch chain-
m rr mmmam u u u n v mo
1 I a W" hl-muth Ana. Am,
0 it IK 1 Plr leeant gold
1 t I I I f 1 "tone sleeve buttons
fill V 1 set spiral studs,collar
j V 1 button, IieavyN plain
siil weddinir rinnr. s.nrt
geuw, Partslau diamond pin. The above articles
sent, post-paid. lor SO cents, nave been retailed
forA Bankr'nt stock and must be sold. Solid
Milton Gold Watches, (10 each, for speuulative
purposes, good timers, equal In appearance to a
(ilJU genuine gold. "His reputation for honesty,
fair dealing and liberality Is unequalrd by any
advertiser Is thlseity." N. Y. Imiu liuok, iJec.
Ill, im. P( iHTAOKSTAMPS TAKEN AS CASH
8d4t V. STOCKMAN, 27 BOND S.Nuw York.
OK FANCY CARDS lTstyles with name, lOcts
Post paid. J. B. IUdtkd, Nassau, hens. Co.
N. V. lutw
OLD TIME PRICES
Great ronulnr Clothing House
A. C. YATES & CO.,
Corner or Chesluut and Gtli Streets,
Best Goods In the City. Kvery Garment War
ranted as represented or money returned.
STIilCTLY ONE PRICE.
A FW DOLLARS
AVIll go n good way Just now ns we liave intuli-
ANOTHER GREAT REDUCTION
In order to cloar ofl our Winter Htock, and make room for our large HPJtlNO
8TOCK which is now being nuinufnctured.
CLOTHING, CARPETS, &c.
Men's Clothing Very ('heap.
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.
niwr varpri. vcrvviieap.
Floor Oil-Cloth Verv Cheao.
Stair Oil-Cloth Very Cheap.
Table OII-Clo)h Very Cheap.
Trunks Very Cheap.
Valises Very Cheap.
Satchels Very Cheap.
Gum Coats Very Cheap.
(iuin lUankers Verv ('neap.
Horse Hlankets Very Cheap. '
Red Hlankets Very Cheap.
Men's Hats Very Cheap.
Boy's Hals Very Cheap.
W And many other goods besides the
forget to give us a call.
I S I D O It SOU W A II T Z ,
- THE NEW "DOMESTIC," "
A DOUBLE THREAD LOCK-STITCH MACHINE.
iiP 'III ' m ; : v pffilll
IK" vx 'iL' 'v -'Sir
IT RETAINS all the virtues of the Light-Running ' DOME8TIC," Including the Automatic
Tension, which was and is the bst In use.
W- Please notice 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
wP.rr1V,i,v!,the J)u9y c"yof Newark, New Jersey have given us a standard or MECHANICAL. EX
CELLENCE, Minimum of Friction, Maximum of Durability, and range of work, never heretofore
reached In the Sewing Machine world. -
TO THIS STATEMENT AXD THE MACHINE ITSELF
C2" We invite the attention of all, especially those having high mechanical
skill or observation: N. B. All Machines fully warranted.
DOMESTIC SEWING MACHINE CO., New York and Chicago.
LADIES, t'SK "DOMESTIC" FAJPEU FASHIONS.
NOTICE. The public are hereby notified and
warned not to molest, or In any way tres
pass ou the tights 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 Metal Flow,
Double and Single Trees, Grain Cradle, Lot of
Cow Chains, 1 pair of Breast chains, 1 pair of
Butt chains, 1 Hay Rake, I Corn Coverer, and 1
Per Lkvi Scuuaut, Agent.
Blaln, Pa., February 13, 1877.
T71STATE NOTICKNotlce Is hereby given
Ili that Letters Testamentary on the estate of
Frederick E. Hum, late of Tyrone township.
Perry county. Pa., deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, residing iu ElllottsbtirK, Perry
All persons indebted tosald estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those having
claims to present them duly authenticated for
WILLIAM If. DTJM, Executor.
A. M. MiBKKT, Attorney for Executor.
January M, 1877.
Notice Is hereby given that James Irvine and
wife of Saville township. Perry county. Pa., by
ded of voluntary assignment nave assigned all
the estate, real and personal, of the said James
Irvine to Thos. 11. Mllligan, of the borough of
Newport, county and state aforesaid, In trust for
the beuent of the creditors of the said James
Irvine. All pervons therefore Indebted to the
said James Irvine, will make payment to the said
assignee, and those having claims or deiuauda w ill
make knowu the same without delav.
n THOU. Jl, tlllMGAN,
January 30, 1877. Assignee.
LADIES' and OENT'S
FUKNIHINQ GOODS, &C.
Shawls Very Cheap.
Scarfs Very Cheap.
Towels Very Cheap.
Table Covers Very Cheap.
Corsets Very Cheap,
Collars Very Cheap,
Culls Very Cheap.
Jewelry Very Cheap.
Pocket-Rooks Very Cheap.
Skirts Very Cheap.
Nublns Ver Cheap.
Purs Very Cheap.
I'nderwear Very Cheap.
Ties Very Cheap.
Shirts Very Cheap.
Overalls Very Cheap.
Overshlrts Very Cheap.
Stockings Very Cheap.
Handkerchiefs Very chenp.
Iled Spreads VervChean.
Hair Switches Very Cheap.
Shirt Bosoms Very Cheap.
Accordions Very Cheap.
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ubove, will be gold very LOW, Don't
NOTICE Is hereby given that George Matchett
and Leah M. Matchett. his wife, of Miller town
ship, Perry county, have assigned their property
and effects to the undersixued, of Wlieatueld
township, Perry county, for the benefit of cred
itors. All persons therefore Indebted to said as
signors are requested to make payment and
those having claims, will please present them
duly authenticated to the undersigned tor settle
meut without delay.
SOLOMON BIG HAM, Assignee,
LEWIS rOTTKH, Atty. Ieb.20
ESTATE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby giv
en, that Letters of Administration on the es
tate of Jacob Wee, late of Saville township.
Perry county, deceased, have been granted to the
subscribers residing iu the same township,
. All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims to preseut them duly authenticated for
CITARLOTTK N. RICE,
A. M. Markkl, Attorney.) Administrators.
February 13, 187! Ctpd
ESTATE NOTICE. Notice Is hereby glv
en that Letters of Administration on the
estate of John S. McEIvy, 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 paymeut aud those having
claims will preMjut litem duly authenticated fur
settlement to, ,
February la, 1877. Jpd lAdmiuisUator.
JOB PRINTING of every description neatly
executed on abort notice and st reasonable
rates at this otuce.
"The Best Thing in tno West."
Atchison, Topska & Santa Fe Ri R.
of the best Farming and Agricultural Lands In
America, situated In and near the hcamilul Cot
tonwood nnd Upier Arkansas Valleys, Ihe gar.
den of the West, on 11 Yeats' dealt, with 7 per
cent. Interest. r
lnndrAKK ItEKLNDEl) To purchasers of
-Circulars, with i mop, giving full Informs
tlou, sent free. Address
A. 8. JOHNSON.
Acting I.snd Commissioner, Topcka, Kansas.
Or.aV MOKKIHON; agent lif A. T. 8VV.
It. K., No. 26 N. Srd St., Harrlsburg. Pa. 4:int
Notice Is hereby given that John Yohn nf Car
roll township, Perry county, Perm's., bv deed or
voluntary deed of assignment has assigned all the
estate, real and personal of the said John Yohn
to A. M. Fleck, of Shermansdale, county and
state aforesaid, In trust for the benefit of the
creditors of the said John Yohn. All persons
therefore Indebted to the said John Yohn, will
make payment to the said assignee, nnd those
liavlngefalms or demands will make known the
same without delay.
January 30, 1877. Assignee.
Tho Bloomfiold Times
ST 10 AM
IS THE PLACE TO GET
Tlain and Fancy
&C, &C, &C, &C. ,
At the Shortest Notice
jyjUSSER & ALLEN
Now offer the publlo
A RAISE AND ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OK
Consisting st all shades suitable for the season.
BLEACHED AND UNBLEACHED
AT VARIOUS PRICES. .
AN ENDLESS SELECTION OF PRJNTS:
We sell and do keep a good quality ot
SUGARS, COFFEES & SYRUPS,
And every thing under the head of
Machine Needles and oil for all makes ot
To be convinced that our goods are
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
IS TO CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK.
S- No trouble to show goods.
l'on't forget the
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
IS TAKEN INItRNAUY, AND FOSITIVEU CURES
RHEUMATISM, GOUT, MtURAtGIA AND LUMBAGO.
SU10 Hi OftUUCISIS EYXfiY WHERE. SEH0 fuA ClH-
UttU.PHENSTINE & BENTLEY.
OHUGQlSIS, WASriiNttlOHj B.C.
. For sale by wholesale Druggists Iu Pitta-1
burg snd fhlUdelphia. , 35 ll