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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELI), PA., NOVEMBER 0, 1877.
A gontlrmnu relates to a News reporter
a Bingulnr matrimonial case, running
throughout twenty-five years In the past
history of Ikuiierstown, Jefferson cmnty.
A gentleman In tlint town married a Inrly
of the same neighborhood nbout twenty
five years ago. After living together four
or five years they separated ou nccount of
inconsangulnity of tempor, and the hus
band received a divorce. A couple of
years after the divoroe both parties again
The husband, however, as iu the first case
of the imirrlago, did uot get on pleasantly
with the second wife, and iu a couple of
years after the second marriage he applied
to the Chancery Court for a divorce from
his wife, and the coveted divoice was
granted, and he was again free. Then
two or three years more intervened, when
the doubly-divorced husband pined for
another wife, and, seeking among the fair
women of that section of the country, he
dually succeeded in finding one well suited
to his miud, and after a short courtship
be was married to her, thus coming iuto
possession of his third wife. A few years
lator he was divorced from her.
The first wife of the much-divorced man
lived with her second husband very happi
ly uutil five or six years ago, when he sick
ened and died. Ami now comes the sing
ular feature in the history of the widowed
wife and her first and three-times divorced
huslmml. He ngaiu pitied for matrimony,
itnd as he again cast about for another part
ner for his now declining y oars, he bethought
.himself of his first wife ; and no sooner had
-this thought taken lodgment in his mi ml
thau he hied himself to the pleasant domi
.ciloshe occupied iu her widowhood, and
proposed that they once more take passage
iu life's boat together.
The old times and the differences between
them were talked over, and that the ilame
of their first love was ro-kiudled is uot at
.all singular, for does not poetry say that first
love is ever enduring ? And so they agreed
to again wed, and soon thereafter their nup
tials were solemnized. The intervening
years have glided peacefully, prosperously,
and delightfully for them, and they live
lovingly together, and are not only happy
themselves, but make nil happy who come
under their hospitable roof.
Both parties, and indeed, all parties to
the several marriages aud divorces, are
very respectable people, and the " News"
publishes this Eeemingly series of matri
monial episodes only because of their sing
ulurity, dofyiug any other county In Ken
tucky or the South to furnish an equal cx
; ample of matrimony aud divorce to the
jwe above narrated. The truth of the mat
ter is just as valid as though the names of
the parties were given, but the giviug of
the names is neither proper nor important.
Selling Love Powders.
Sarah A. Summers is under arrest in Dos
Moines. She was fast accumulating a for
tune, when her business was interrupted by
the police. She sent to all parts of the
country circulars advertising a substance
really composed of white sugar alone, but
of which sho said : " It possesses such
powerful and maguetic influeuces that,
when handled by either Bex aud given to
the other, they immediately become at
tracted, and in a short time love the giver,
no matter who they have loved before. Any
lady or gentleman can gain the love, and
wed the one they love, by using this powder.
It is easily given in wine or liquors of any
kind, or tea, coffee, or any drink that can
be sweetened, as it tastes and looks like
sugar, and can be given without fear of
detection, or can bo given by another per
son after following directions. The love
you gain will be true, pure, and perma
nent." In Mrs. Summers' rooms a vast
number of letters were found, chiefly from
girls in seminaries, showing that she had
old a great quautity of white sugar at the
rate of about a dollar per half once. Some
of the purchasers had written to say that
they had administered the powders, but
C5T" Corroborative of the alleged supera
bundant "cheek" of the average traveling
drummer, on the last day of the State
Fair, an excursion train on the Burlington,
Cedar Rapids and Northern Road, was
overloaded and only room could be pro
vided for ladies in the coaches, the men
having to take flat and box cars. Two
Chicago drummers were on hand and got
mad because they could not got iuto the
coach. One finally qrawled in at a window.
The other expostulated with the conductor
oa his right under a fiibt-class ticket.
The disgusted conductor towel him iuto
a ooach where there were only ladies and
sang o Lidies, here is a nice young
man, who has a first-class ticket aud
doesn't want to disgrace himself riding in
ft freight car. Will some lady give him a
seat." Three matronly women arose and
the cleiky chap squatted in one of these
vacant seats and had bis first-class ride.
tW Two years ago, in getting out of a
passenger car on the Delaware, Lackawan
na and Western railroad at East Btrouds
burg, Mrs. Napheys, broke her leg. Suit
was brought, and a short time since a ver
dict was rendered awarding ler and her
busbaud $7,000 damages.
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Prices were never so low either.
Call and see for yourself.
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.
HERE WE ARE AGAIN!
WITH better Inducements to our customers and people in general than ever
we have offered, we have juBt laid in our immense FALL and WINTER
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Men's Heavy Work Suits
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fi.Ou to 8.00 All Wool Colored Blankets per pair 2.25 " ',
10.00 to 12.00 Ladles' Double Shawls 3.00 "
4.00 to S.00 Ladles' Single Shawls 76 " '
6.00 to 10.00 Ladles' Felt Skirts 60 " "
S.00 to 7.0 Ladles' Balmoral Bklrts N) " "
10.00 to 15.00 Ladle's Nubias . 25 " "
S.00 to fl.OO Ladles' Coats 2. 78 " "
3.0 to 6.50 Ladles' Corsets 40 " "
1.50 to 8.00 Ladles' Hair Switches 1.25 "
4.60 to 8.0.1 Ladles' Ties 20 " "
1.60 to 2.60 Ladles' Linen Collars 8 " "
2.50 to 6.00 Ladles' Ruches S " "
1.00 to 2.00 Ladles' Handkerchiefs 6 " "
2.50 to 5.00 Ladies' Hose 4 pair 25 " "
1.00 to 1.60 Ladles' Undershirts 40 " "
1.60 to 8.00 Embroidery and Edgings 3 " "
75 to 2.00 Ladles' Leather Belts 10 " "
60 to 1.25 Ladles' Belt Fin 20 " "
05 to 1.00 Pins 28 rows for 5 " "
1.25 to 2.60 Bilk Handkerchiefs 25 ' "
60 to 75 Men's White Shirts 75 " "
75 to 1.25 Men's Colored Shirts 60 " "
40 to 1.50 Men's Woolen Shirts 76 "
25 to 75 Men's Undershirts 30 " "
18 to 25 Men's Drawers 80 " "
33 to 45 Men's Colored Hose, S per pair 25 " "
00 to 1.00 Men's Handkerchiefs 8 " "
40 to 60 Men's Suspenders 10 " "
30 to 40 Horse Blankets 1.25 " "
2.00 to 7.00 Overalls 49 " "
75 to 2.50 Knit Blouse 75 " "
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One of these fellows, a german clerk, now
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A CONSUMPTIVE CURED. When death was
hourly expected from Consumption, all remedies
having failed, and Dr. 11. James was experiment
ing, lie accidentally made a preparation of Indian
Hemp, which cured his only child, and now gives
tills recipe free on re lelpt of two stamps to pay
expenses, Hemp also cures night-sweats, nausea
at the Htsmach, uud will break a fresh cold Iu 24
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return them a list of printed questions, and the
answers to which will enable him to determine
the nature of tlielr diseases and the probability
of cure. He will forward to anv address, giving
full descriptions of the diseases he treats, eto.
2110 Mt. Vernon St., Philadelphia. Oct.. 3d. 1877.
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i send for samples and price lists of what
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K. WAKING, Tyrone, Pa.
Three-ply Linen Bosom, Three-ply Neckbands,
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And everything under the head of
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NO. 346 NORTH WATER STREET,
and wholesale dealers In Butter, Cheese, Lard,
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made on all shipments except perishable articles.'
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game last season than all other Dm II TDV
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SPONSIBLE HOUSE In OUR CITY.
October 9, 187-
I719TATK NOTICK. Notice Is hereby given
U that Letters of Administration ou the estate
of Joseph Ensmlnger late of Carroll township.
Perry county. Pa., deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned residing In the same township.
All persons indebted to said estateare requested
to make Immediate payment, and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
A. M. Markel, Att'yfor Adm'rs.J f Administrates
August 28, 1877.
37STATK XOTJCE.-Notlce Is hereby given
li that letters testamentary on the estate
ol David McAllister, of Carroll twp., Ferry
Co., Pa., dec'd.,have been Issued lo John McAllis
ter, of same twp.
All persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
Sept. 25, 1877. Executor.
Rl API Ull I Q 1HG HOKX and the
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will be sent free to every one sending Jl.uo (or
six months subscription to the DAKOTA HEK
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Sept 25, Sm. Yankton, Dakota.
J71STATK NOTICE. Notice is hereby given
H that letters testamentary on the estate
of Mary Ann Crlley, late of Liverpool twp..
Perry Co., Pa., dee'd., have been granted to tie
undersigned residing iu same township.
All persons indebted tosald estate are request
ed to make immediate payment and those having
claims to present them duly authenticated for
GEORGE W. CRILEY.
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