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TitE1 TIMES, NEW IiLOOMFIELI)! PA.', Si:iyf EMIifelt i, tili.
Tho lHoomflold Times
IS- tllE TLACE TO GET .
Thin and lancy
' 1 ENVELOPES,
&c, &c, &c, &c.
At the Shortest Notice
LB. MARYANEHTH, I). W. DEKB and
JAMES H. UU1EH known as
" The Ball Scale Company,"
Jiave now on hand a large supply of Buoy's Patent
COUNTS It 8 0 A I, E, the. Hlmplest, Cheap
est and best Counter Scale (n the market.
W For Heales, or Agencies In Pennsylvania,
Ohio, New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland, ad
dress "The Hall Scale Company," Pottsvllle,
For Scales or Agencies In this County, np
ply to the undersigned whore they can be seen
and examined any time.
J LEIBY BRO.,
Newport, 1'erry Co., Pa.
9tf New Blooniileld, Perryco.,Pa.
A CARD. To all who are suffering from the
errors and indiscretions ot youth, nervous
.weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &o I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FliEK OF
CHARGE. Tills great remedy was discovered by
a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the ltev. Joseph T. Inman,
Station D, Bible House, New York City, 16b ly
FATIGUE OR INJURY.
The most complete method of propelling the
-sewing machine. It saves four-fifths the labor and
entirely avoids the cause of physical Injury t en
dorsed by the medical fraternity. It can be at
tached to any ordinary sewing machine without
removing the machine from the house. No sew
ing machine should be used without this im
portant attachment. ' Head for our circulars,
which explains the principles. Address,
NEW 10KK TKKADLE MFU. CO.,
8 lyr. 64 Girtlandt Street, N. Y.
Ur Wll I mall one and one half dozen of
" Will-1, the most uenutllnl newChromos,
In French oil color ever seen for Ul.OO. They are
mounted In 8 x ID black enamel and gold mats,
oval opening and outsell anvtlilng now before
the public. Satisfaction guaranteed. Two sam
ples for 25 cents, or six for M) cent5. Send 10
' cents for grand Illustrated catalogue with chro-
moot Moonlight on the Ilhlue. or 20 cents for
two Landscapes and Calla Llllles on black
.ground. ,1. LATHAM & CO., 419 Washington St.,
lloston, Massachusetts, Ileadqunrlers for Chro-
aCrn8,;nv'T1atwArt A FORTUNE.
Jk. Sterling Remedy Fon Diseased and
Injcuies of tiie Skin j A Healthful
Beautifiek of Tim Complexion; A Re
liable Mean of Preventing and Re
lieving Rheumatism and Gout, and an
Unkqualed Disinfectant, Duodokizeu
Glenn' Sulphur Soap, besides eradi
cating local dUt-uscs of tho skin, banishes
defects of tho complexion and Imparts to it
if ratify lug clearness and smooUinots.
Sulphur Hatha aro eelebrnied forcu
ring eruptions and other diseases of the skin,
m well us Rheumutism and Qout. Glenn'
Sulphur Soap produces tho gnmo effects
.at a most trilling expense This admirublo
specific also speedily hcnla tores, bruitet,
s .-tfoUin, burnt, prain nnd cult. It removes
dandruff and prevents tbo hair from falling
out and turning gray,
'Clothing and linen used In the sick room
is disinfected, nnd diseases communienble by
contact with tho person, prevented by it.
Tho Medical Fraternity sanction its use.
Pricks, 25 and 50 Cents PEtt Cake, Tan
Box, (3 Cakes,) 00c una (1.20.
N. B. Buy tlx lrg mkn nd Ihmby Munamlu, Sold
by U 1'ruggUU.
Hill's Hair and Whisker Dre," Black
or Urown, 60c.
C.N.CElTTEMON.frop'cJSiith At N.T.
JONES'BROS, & CO.,
- (Formerly John Jones & Son,)
Grain & Produce
Drlck Warehouse, Front Bt., above Market,
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
WE would respectfully Invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the publio generally, as
the illHHKHT I'KICKS the Miarket will altorij,
will lie paid tor all kinds of
. 8HEDH AND
We have constantly on hand.
PL AST EH,
HOUSE SHOES, &0..&0.
FOB SALE AT THE LOW EST 11ATES.
tu Orders promptly tilled,
Newport. July 20, 1S75 tf
Ilavlutr on hand a complete assortment ot the fol
lowing article!, lbs ubscrilier inks a alisre of your
Drua and Medicine,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
AU a full stock of
FANCY ARTICLES. '
Also always on Hand,
PUllE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACltAMENTAL
Carrfhlly ami Promptly Filial
B, M. EDY, '
J B. HARTZELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Bole Agent for Lorllard's Superior Tobaccos.
Country Mereliauts supplied with Goods
at Philadelphia prices.
- Your orders are solicited. 9 44
11. S. COOK & CO.,
Agree to sell all kinds of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than any other dealers In tills
county. We will also take good Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Mill in exchange for
Lumber, &c, We use Clearlieid Fine and Hem
W. R. 8. COOK & CO.,
Nevrpert,, Perry Co., Pa.
October 10, 1878.
American and Foreign Patents.
GILMOKE & C(V, Successors to CHIPMAN,
HUH ME It & CO., Hollcltors. Patents pro!
cured Inall countries. NO FEES IN ADVANCE.
No charge unless the patent la granted. No fees
for making preliminary examinations. No addi
tional fees for obtaining and conducting a re
hearing, lly a recent decision of the Commis
sioner, A LL rejected applications may be revived.
Special attention given to Interference Cases be
fore the Patent oltloe, Extensions before Con
gress, Infringement Sultsln dllferent States, and
all litigation appertaining to Inventions or Pat
ents, bend Stamp to Ullmure Si Co., lor Hamuli
let of sixty paces.
LAND CAHEa, LAND WARRANTS & SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the U.
8. General Land Olllee and Department of the
Interior. Private Land Claims, MINING and
PRE EMPTION Claims, and HOMESTEAD cases
attended to. Land Scrip In 40, 80, any loo acre
pieces for sale. This Scrip Is assignable, and can
be located In the name of the purchaser upon any
Government land subject to private entry, at
91.2ft per acre. It is of equal value with Bounty
Land Warrants. Send Stamp to Uilmore 6i Co.,
for pamphlet of Instruction.
ARREARS OK PAY AND BOUNTY.
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the
late war, or their heirs, are In many casesentltled
to money from the Government of which they
have no knowledge. Write full history of service,
and state amount of pay and bounty received.
Enclose stamp to (ilLMOKE & CO., and a full re
ply.after examination, will be given you free,
I 1 JV IS 1 is a
All OFFICERS, SOLDIERS, and SAILORS,
wounded, ruptured, or injured in the late war,
however slight, can obtain a penson by addressing
Cases prosecuted by GTLMORE & CO., before
the Supreme Court of the United States, the Court
of Claims and the Southern Claims Commission.
Each department of our business is conducted
In asepaiate bureau, under charge of the same
experienced parties, embloyed by the old firm.
Prompt attention to all business entrusted to
CILMOKE& CO., Is thus secured. We desire to
win success by deserving It.
Address: GILMORE SCO..
6W F. Street,
Washington, D. a
IMPORTANT NOTICE The subscriber
late of the Arm of Rhoades ft Sinilli, would
respectfully inform the citizens of BLAIN
i1?l';.ll!,.7Atlmt opened a WAGON
MAKER-SHOP, and is prepared to make new
wagons and repair old ones at short notice, and
at from TEN to TWENTY peroeut, cheaper than
the old firm.
-Glve me a call. Satisfaction guaranteed.
, . . . JACOB SMITH.
Blalu, August 8, 1867.
Jj---m i ,'.71'.'; f 'rv----3-EC
"Ths Family Favorite"
No (iWs,No Cains,N"o Springs.
New and Elegant Styles of Wood
Work. From this date, by the expiration
of Patents under which we
have been paying roy
altics,wc are enabled
to sell our ma
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
and as low as those of any first
Send for Circulars and
Weed Sewing Machine Co.,
2G Union Square,
U 7 18t.
IIL ATCn LEY'S
and Cheap. The best Pump
for the least money. At
tention is espeolally Invi
ted to Pilatcliley's Patent
Improved Bracket and
New Drop Check Valve,
which can be withdrawn
without removing the
Pump or disturbing the
Joints. Also, the Copper
Chamber, which never
cracks or scales, and will
outlast any other. For sale
by Dealers everywhere.
WHend for Catalogue and Prlce-Llst.
01IAS. O.HLATCHLKY, Manufacturer.
637 ly 606 Commerce bt, Pnilapelphia, Pa.
Do you want BOOTS of any kind t
It so, call and see the
SOW OFFEltKD BT
New Pension Law.
UNDER an aot of Congress approved March 8,
1873, widows of olllcers who were killed, or
died of disease contracted In the service, are now
entitled to 12.00 per mouth for each of their chil
dren. The guardian of a minor child ol a soldier who
heretofore only received 18.00 per month pension
Is now entitled to (10. per mot h.
Soldiers who receive invalid pensions can now
have tlieir pensions Increased to any sum or rata
between IB. and $18. per month.
Soldiers who have lost their discharges can now
Fathers and mothers who lost sons In the serv
ice upon whom .aey were dependent for support,
can also obtain pensions. r' 1
The undersigned having had over 10 years ex
perience in the Claim agency business will attend
promptly t claims under the above act.
Call on or address
LKWI8 POTTEU, ,
Attorney for Claimants, '
mt- Perry Co. , Pa
COPY YOUR LETTER O
Excelsior Copying Book,
MADE Of CHEMICAL PAPElt. Quickly conies
any writing WITHOUT Water, PKEHS.nr Brush
used at home, library or office. For ladles wish
ing to retain copies of letters, every business man
clergymen, correspondents, travels It Isinvalua!
ble sells at sight. Send IS.no and we will send a
iWl page Book, letter size, BY MAIL paid to any
address. We refer to any Commercial Agency
Bend sramn for Agents' Circular. EXCFI fiioit
Legally and quietly obtained In every Rtateand
Territory, for Inwimpatiiumtt and other causes,
no matter where the party resides. IS years' ex
perlence. Fee after decree. All letters confiden
tial. Address , J. DEXTKIl. Att'v. Kooms
8 and 9, 132 Dearborn, St., CHICAGO, ILL. In
questionable references given. Correspondence
with the legal profession invited. U 5m
JHE PERRY HOUSE,
New Bloomflcld, Terry Co., Pa.,
THOS. BUTCH, Proprietor.
petennial hotel! -
J (Formerly the Bweger House,)
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEKRY CO.. PA. '
J08. B. BMITH Proprietor.
Having good accommodations for regular or
transient boarders, a share ot publio patronage
Is solicited. lu IV i
JHE MANSION HOUSE,
New Illoomfleld, Fenn'n.,
D. M. BINKBMITH, . ProprHtor.
This well-known hotel has lately been enlarged,
re painted and re-lllled. Best accommodations
afforded. - Careful hostlers always in attend
ance. 9,u tf
COIINEK or LOCUST And NINTH RTS.,
Convenient to all places of amusement and car
lines lu the oily. No changes to and from the
Col. Watson, proprietor of the TIunht IIorsK,
Cincinnati for the past twenty years, and present
proprietor, has leased tho house lor a term of
vears, and has newly furnished and titled It
throughout. He will keep a strictly first-class
house, and has accommodation for WO guests.
Terms $:t per dav.
. w No liar has ever been kept In the 1IENIIY
HOUSE, nor will any be kept at the PEA
BODY. 10 22
gT. ELMO HOTEL"
(FORMERLY "THE UNION,")
JOS. M. FEtiER, Proprietor'
817 & 819 ARCI1 STREET,
$2.60 Per Day.
HIS HOTEL being centrally located, and hav
. Ing been entirely befitted, It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can be desired
EST STREET HOTEL,
Nos. 41, 43, 43 & 44 West Bt.,
IV KW lOKK,
TEMPERANCE HOUSE, ON THE EURO
ROOMS So and 7S cents per day. Charges very
MODERATE. The best meats and vegetables In
the market. BEST BEDS in the City.
K lya B. I. BABBITT, Proprietor.
AS. P. LATCHFORD,
Would respectfully hiform the public that he
will cry sales at reasonable prices. All orders
will receive pronint attention.
DONNALLY'B MILLS, PERRY CO., PA.
Offers his servloes to the citizens of Perry and
Cumberland counties. Post etllce address,
Blierniausdale, Perry oo.. Pa.
Blain, Parry county Pa.
JWTerms Moderate and every exertion made
to render satisfaction. 6tf
Anctloneer. The undersigned gives
notice that he will cry sales at any point In Perry
or Dauphin counties. Orders are solicited and
promptattentlon wlllbe given.
J. D. WELLS, ,
Perry eo.. Pa.
H. Charges verv low. Post Office addresa
Ickesburg Penn'a 8t
Q B. HARNISH,
Delvllle, Perry Co., Pa. Charges moderate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. 6 tf
I would respectively Inform myfrlendsthatlln
tendoalllng upon them with a supply of good
, FLANNELS, (Plaluandbar'd)
toexehsngeforwoo or sellfor cash.
CbstbiWooleu Factobt. 6,lT,m
W For Hale by F. MoBTiMlB,New Bloomneld
Perry county, Pa. -
A YEAR. AnentswMited. Boat
neMteirlllmato. Pmrtleulan tree.
PnEfllllM WATCH HI f BAIH-S
Hteia-wiiiUcr.Frep with every order. Out.
lifl flftflUtTE ol UXK, rc hrtiMimsAO
ftll tits, Csmjlii, Broickim k all tcrtfiUu
fl tuwif. lk jmineruUwtma'tlr'll
Y?5 " In t ft It, I will, rtteijt rj
A Civil 8ervlee Examination.
In these dny, when civil aervlce re
form is agitating the bosom of the
polltldtin, It may not be out of place to
present, for the consideration of as
pirants for place at Washington, the
following dialogue that occurred aome
years ago between Judge O and a
candidate for door-keeper of the House.
' Enter candidate, who supposes the
Judge to be a member.
Candidate. " If you plcose, Kir, I wish
to be elected door-keeper of the House,
and if you will be so good as to vote for
me I will try to" .
Judge. " Take a seat, Sir, and I will
examine yfift." .
Candidate. " Yes, Blr, If you please."
Judge (gravely). " Have you ever been
a door-keeper J"'
Candidate. "No, Blr; but I trust by
your vote and "
Judge. " Have you ever been Instruct
ed in the reKnslble and arduous duties
Candidate. " No, Blr ; but I would
like to be."
Judge. " Have you ever attended
lectures on door-keeping 5"'
Cnndidute. " Why, no; I never heard
Judge (sternly). " Have you ever read
a book on thesclenceof door-keeping '"
Candidate "I never did, Blr; but I
would, If "
Judge. " Have you ever conversed
with one who has read such a book?"
Candidate " No Blr ; but I certainly
Judge (solemnly). " Do you not see,
Blr, that you have not a single qualifi
cation for the office
Exit candidate, resolved to go home
and give It up. Harper's Magazineor
Got The Wrong Commandment.
" Why, Captain you appear to have a
very bad cold." .
" Yes, madam," said the Captain, who
is fond of working in bis garden early
in the morning in his shirt sleeves, " I
suppose I deserve it. I caught it while
breaking the Seventh Commandment
The pffrty, male and female, started,
and looked blank ; and then the lady
who brought out the remark said as
well as a choking fit of laughter would
" Well, upon my word, Captain, con
sidering the unusual circumstance of
the case, and your present surroundings,
it was hardly necessary for you to enter
so much into particulars."
When the Captain got home he found,
to his amazement, that the Seventh
... , .1 . .1 nHH i , mt
UUUIUJUIlUIXICilb UUC9 UUl BUJr, 1UUU
sbalt remember the Sabbath day, to
keep it holy."
(J" A Columbus (Qa.) colored person
discussed the dog law thusly : " You
see I'ee always kep' a dog, not so much
for the lub ob de dog, but case he over
sees de prem'ses. Now whedder it be
better to keep de dog and be shot or turn
de dog loose an' not be shot is de pain
ful question for de owner ob dogs to
1 'scuss. Now I rudder hab de dog race
to become 'stinct than to be shot, an'
consequently my dog is dead an' there
won't be any. more foolishness 'bout
him, an' dis nigger am saved to die of a
more healthy disease."
tW Literary young man at a party,
"Miss Jones, have you seen Crabbe's
Tales ?" Young lady ( scornfully)" I
was not aware that crabs had tails."
Literary young man (covered with con
fusion " I beg your pardon ma'am ; I
should have said, read Crabbe's Tales ?"
Young lady (angrily scornful)" And I
was notaware red crabs had tails either."
Exit young man.
C3T Fashion journals report that broad
gauge garters of the style worn in the
time of James I are coming into vogue.
" Madam," said a gentleman to a lady
who accidentally dropped one while
passing outof a Broadway store, "you're
losing your dog collar."
S3 Deacon Jones Just deceased, had a
very red nose. His widow thought It
rather personal In the minister to begin
his funeral discourse: "Another - shin
ing light has been taken from our con
gregation. E3T In most places "a stone's throw,"
" five minutes' walk," etc., are used for
measures for short distances. In Du
buqe, however, they speak of a place as
being " within the bawl"of a mule." 1
ty " Pa," said a little fellow the other
day, "was Job an editor?' "Why,
Sammy?" " Because the Bible says he
had much trouble, and was a man of
sorrow all the days of his life."