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THE TIMES, NEW 11L00M FIELD, PA., DECEMBER 25, 1877.
JK. JUNKIN, Attorney-at-Law,
New llloomlleht, Perryeo., Pa.
Office Next door to tlie residence of Judge.
New Hioomtteld, Perry county, Pa.
fctT" Olllce directly opposite the Post-Ofllce,
and adjoining the Mansion Ilnnse.
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PEnRYCO.,PA.
r Claims promptly secured collected
Writings and all legal business carefully attend
ed to. i yl
JAMES II. FERGUSON, Attorney-at-Law,
49-onice Market Street, near the Square. 35 6
,OUAULK8 H. SMILEY, Attorney at Law.
KJ New Blonmtleld, Perry Co. P.
.Omcewlth C. A. Barnett, Esq., on High
'Street, north side, nearly opposite the Presbyte
rian Church. August 20, 1872.
1TM. A. 8PONSLER, Attorney-at-Law,
Ty OftVe adjoining his residence, on East
Main street. New Bloomtteld, Perry co., Pa S ly
JOHN O.SHATTO, Burgeon Dentist.
New Bloonitleld, Perryeo., Fa.
All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Dentistry
done In the best manner, and at reasonable
.Offloe at his residence one door East of the
Robinson House, and opposite Wm. A. Sponsler't
Law olllce. 3 21y
"ITTM. N. BKIBERT, Attorney-at-Law,
TT NewBloomUeld, Perryeo., Fa.
WM. M. 8UTCH, "
New Bloomtteld, Perryeo., Pa.
-orce Two doors West of F. Mortimer,
Store 8 7 ly
I' EWI8 POTTER, NOTARY pubuc. New Bloom.
J Held, Perry Co., Pa.
Deeds, Bonds, Mortgage and Leases carefully
prepared and acknowledgements taken. AH
kinds of Pension and Bounty papers drawn and
certified, will also take depositions to be rer.d In
any court In the United States. 7 10 ly
CHAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomtteld, Perryeo., Pa.
y-All professional business promptlj andfalth
fully attended to. 3 2 1 v.
"TTM. A. MORRISON,
y JUSTICE OF THE PEACE and GENERAL
COLLECTOR, NewGekmantown, Perryeo., Pa.
- Remittanceswill be made promptly tor all
Collections made. 744
CHAS. A. BARNETT, Attorney-at-Law,
New Bloomtteld. Perry co.. Pa
.Office on high street. North side, nearlyop
ponite the Presbyterian Church. 3 21y
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
-Office at his residence, in CENTRE TOWN
SHIP, Perry County, Penn'a., one mile South of
Mew Bloomtteld. 1U 3
1LLIAM M. 8 UTCII,
fust ice of the Pence,
AND GENERAL COLLECTOR.
New Bloomfleld, Perry County, Penn'a
S-8pee1alattentlonpald to Collections of all
kinds. Deeds, Bonds, Mortgages and Agreements
neatly executed. 716tf
QEORGE H. MARTIN
11 LAIN, I'EliliY COUNTY, PA.
Special attention given to the collection of
Maims, and any other business entrusted to him
will receive prompt attention. Charges moderate.
April, 19th, 1877.
T EATHER &C.
THE subscriber has now on hand at
Good Sole Leather,
Kip of Superior Quality,
Country Calf Skins,
LININGS, 110ANS, &c.
NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.
CARD. To all who are suffering from the
errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous
weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, &c, I
will send a recipe that will cure you, FREE OF
CHARGE. This great remedy was discovered by
a missionary in South America. Send a self-addressed
envelope to the Kev. Joseph T. Inman,
Station D, BMt House, New York City. 16b ly
flHRflNin DliKinei Cured. New paths
V. marked out by that plainest of
all books Plain Home Talk and Medical Com
mon Sense." nearly ltMK) pages. 200 Illustrations,
I)H. E. B. FOOT E, of 120 Lexington Ave., N. Y.
.Purchasers of this book are at liberty to consult
its author in person or by mall free. Price by
mail H.25 for the Standard edition, or $1S0 for the
Popular edition, which contains all the same
matter and illustrations. Contents tables free.
Agents wanted. MURRAY HILL PUBLISHING
CO., 129 East 28th St., N. Y. 41 UU
V A 'VrT"T7'TVoc,,reac'lse of Catarrh
AIS lJiUln each neighborhood,
with Dr. Karnser'a Remedy, to introduce it.
Sampl free. J. C. TUton, Pittsburgh. Pa. 47w3m
000 Agents Wanted
To subscribe for Ihe Agents' Journal. A hand
somely bound 24 page Journal, brim full of Inter
est to Agents. Every Agent should see it.
Send Postal Card for specimen copy. Address.
AGENTS' JOURNAL, New York. 356m
SIEFSNOTICE. " "
Notice Is hereby given that Jacob Ristine, and
Susanna his wile, of When' Held twp.. Perry co.,
1'., have assigned their property to the under
signed, residing In ihe same township, for the
benetlt of creditors.
All persons therefore indebted to a aid Jacob
Ristine aud wife, are requested to make payment,
and those having claim will present them duly
authenticated to the undersigned for settlement
without delay. ,
SOLOMON HIGH AM.
November 13. 1877. , Asslguee.
Lbwib Pott eh. Attorney. ,
Stoddart's Musical Library, just publishing 12
pages, lull sle, best and most popular music for
in cents. New and popular songs, dauceand In
strumental Music, oiieras, hymns, etc, etc For
ale by all newsdealers. Postage 2 cents, to be
sent in addlilou to above, If ordered from the
J. M. 8TODD ART CO. ,
48 3t 70S Chestnut Ht ., Philadelphia .
PRINTING of every description neatly ex
ecuted it the Bloomfleld Times OfHee.a
JONES' BROS, & CO.,
(Formerly John Jones & Son,)
Grain & Produce
Brick Warehouse, Front St., above Market,
Newport; Perry County, Pa.
WE would respectfully Invite the patronage of
the farmers, and the public generally, as
the HIGH EST PRICES the market will allord,
will be paid for all kinds of
We have constantly on hand,
HORSE SHOES, &c, &c.
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST RATES.
V Orders promptly tilled,
Newport, July 20, 1875 tf
EWPORT DRUG STORE.
Having on haud complete ARsorttnerit of the follow-in
articles, the ubaoriber asks a share of your
Drugs and Medicines,
CHEMICALS OF ALL KINDS.
Also a full stock of
Also always on Hand,
PURE WINES & LIQUOR
MEDICINAL and SACRAMENTAL
Carefully and Promptly Filled
B. M . EBY,
J B. HARTZELL,
Wholesale Tobacco Dealer,
Sole Agent for Lorllard's Superior Tobaccos.
W Country Merchants supplied with Goods
at Philadelphia prices.
f Your orders are solicited. - & 44
R. S. COOK & CO.,
Agree to sell all kinds of
LUMBER AND SHINGLES,
for LESS MONEY than any other dealers In this
county. We will also take good Timber on the
stump or delivered at our Mill In exchange for
Lumber, &c, We use Clearfield Pine and Hem
W. B. 8. COOK & CO.,
Newport, Perry Co., Pa.
October 10, 1876.
American and Foreign Patents.
GILMORE & CO.. Successors to CHIPMAN,
HOSMER ft CO., Solicitors. Patents pro
cured Inall countries. NO FEES IN ADVANOF.
No charge unless the patent is granted. No fees
for making preliminary examinations. No addi
tional fees for obtaining and conducting a re
hearing. By a recent decision of the Commis
sioner, ALL rejected applications may be revived.
Special attention given to Interference Cases be
fore the Patent olllce, Extensions before Con
gress, Infringement Suits in different States, and
all litigation appertaining to Inventions or Pat
ents. Send Stamp to Ullmore & Co., lor pamph
let of sixty pages.
LAND CASES, LAND WARRANTS & SCRIP.
Contested Land Cases prosecuted before the U.
S. General Land Olllce and Department of the
Interior. Private Land Claims, MINING and
PRE EMPTION Claims, and HOMESTEAD cases
attended to. Land Scrip in 40, 80, any 100 acre
nieces 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
11.25 per acre. It Is of equal value with Bounty
Land Warrants. Send Stamp to Gilmore & Co.,
for pamphlet of Instruction.
ARREARS OK PAY AND BOUNTY'.
OFFICERS, SOLDIERS and SAILORS of the
late war. or their heirs, are in many cases entitled
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 GILMORE ft CO., aud a lull re
ply.alter examination, will be given you free.
P i N H I O IS H
All OFFICERS. SOLDIERS, and SAILORS,
wounded, ruptured, or injured In the late war,
however slight, can obtain a penson by addressing
GILMORE ft CO.
Cases prosecuted by GILMORE ft 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 aseparale bureau, under charge of the same
experienced parties, einbloyed by the old firm.
Prompt at tention to all business entrusted to
GILMORE ft CO., is thus secured. We desire to
win success by deserving It.
Address: GILMORE & CO..
Washington, D. C.
IMPORTANT NOTICE. The subscriber
late of the firm of Khoades ft Smith, would
respectfully inform the eitlzens of BLAIN
and vicinity, that he has 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 per eeuU cheaper than
the old firm.
JUT G ive me a call. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Blain, August 8, 1807.
"The Family Favorite"
No Gears,No Cams.No Springs.
New and Elegant Styles of Wood
Work. From this date, by the expiration
of Patents under which we
have been paying roy
alties,we are enabled
to sell our ma
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES,
and as low as those of any first
'IS Send for Circulars and
Weed Sewing Machine Co.,
26 Union Square,
II 7 18t
Do you want BOOTS of any kind ?
If so, call and see the
VOVt OFFERED BY
til IMsM.of Prlrftto nfttnr multlne from trly abu?
or Itiftytlan of diher Sei, Nominal VrnLc producing
KmlMftlotift, l.OMef Mcnorr, lmpalrr4 Night, Lout
Manhood or 1m potency, ftervuft Itrbllll?, perm a
neniiycunM: dbMMtof th tt Udder, kidney Uver.
Lane Antrim. ('ftUrrh, Film, all Chronic LMmam, fcnd 1)1(4
EAHKAOF FKMALK, Uld to hb.rt.tm.nl. Pr.Ollo
tiu liM ft llfe-lonf itrianc, tud cum wbwtothMi hit. H
pftduftta of tb Reronnftd rVhonl, utea tin man urr. baa tbt
larxeit pnwllea in Iba U. 8. LA 1H KH requiring; treatment with
private homtand board, rail or writ. V.vty convanianr for
patlanu. Rand fifty cant fnr aampl of Rubber Ooodi and rlr
ctilar of Important Information hy rxprow. OUNtl
Ffmala niU, $5 per Box. Connulutlon fraa.
MAEfelAGE GUIDE ffaWsfi
yoatif and mtddla aired of both Sana, ou all dUaaaaa of a prtvata
Datura. Valuabla advlra to tha mrtnHed and thoaa rontamplatirt
man-Ufa. Hnw to ba Haalthv and truly harpy In tha marrfed rala
tlon. trwrybodjr aboald gas tbh book, liiot M) otut. to My adj
View of Marriage !
lAOuideto Wedlock anl
ifoiinumnai irratna on tha
Uutica of marriage and. tha
uaiiaca (hat unfit lor It : th a.
rru of Reproduotten and
!tho Etiaeaaes of Wooieo.
A book for private-, ronaid-
itftreadiiijt'. AX) pacta, prlo
n.ft HHIVATCMtOICAL ADVISERI . M
AbuM, xoeaiea, or Bncret Xliaeniea, wilh Uio oeit
uiesn. oft'urf, 1CA lanrrnaKi'ii. pricpAtl rt
A CLINICAL LECTURE on thr alKirr dlmtn and
tnoaeof th Throat and Lunsa, Catarrh.Huptura.Uta
Opium Habit. Itc. prlc JUrtt.
Liihrr book .rnt postpaid on rrccApt of prieei or all three,
containing -V' pa g, hi-mtinilly illuitrawd. tor 74 cu.
Aduraaa SB. &UTTa, Jio. It M. tu Bk 8U Iuia, Mo.
I nVFRQB0 OF KNOWLEDGE, or So
"u tn crets of Love.- Courtship and
Marrlsptfl Showing how to get married, live hap
pily obtain health, wealth and distinction, and
appear to advantage in society 200 paKes 300,000
sold. Mailed for locts.. lu Postage Htamps or cur
rency. Address. THE UNION FUBL18IIINU
COMPANY. Newark. N.J. 44W13.
$1.00. WAMSUTTA $1.00.
Three-ply l.lnen Bosom, Three-ply Neckbands,
l.liien Wristbands and Hnished complete.
We can positively say that
Is superior to any other, and that there Is no bet
ter Shirt In the Market at any price.
(1876 Uniform Copyrighted 1877)
The Latest and I)et. A Oreat Improvement a
want supplied. We furnish low aud whatever
Law aud Commercial Supplies of all Kinds.
ar Bend for samples and price lists of what
r Catalnues of Blanks furnished at THIS
Ol FICK, or direct from the publisher.
J. WAHJNU, Tyrone, Pa.
XA DIES addicted to the habit of Intern
i iterance are Invited to seek information at a
private home, where medical attendance and nil
comforts are provided. Kor Information address
Mns. W. 11. N1UHOI.HON. Hox 2,712. Phlladelpla.
November, la, 1877.
iw Model Machine
JHE PERRY HOUSE,
New IHooiiillcM, Terry Co., Fa.,
THOS. BUTCH, Proprietor.
New lllonmflcld, reiin'u.,
D. M. KINE8MITH, . rroprtitor.
This well-known hotel haslntelvheenenlnreed,
re-piilnted and re-lttted. liest Hooiininni(liitliin
atforded. - Careful hostlers always in attend
ance. 033 tf
gT. ELMO HOTEL,
(FORMERLY "THK UNION,")
JCS. M. FEUER, . Proprietor.
817 & 819 ARCH 8TREET,
HIS HOTEL being centrally located, and hav.
log been entirely refitted, It will be found
as pleasant a stopping place as can be desired
JAS. P. LATCHF0RD,
A UCTIONEER ,
Would respectfully Inform the public that he
will cry sales at reasonable prices. All orders
will receive promnt attention.
DON N ALLY'S MILLS, PERRY CO., PA.
Oilers his services totheoltlzensof Perry and
Cumberland counties. Post ofllcfl address,
81ierniausdale, Perry co., Pa.
Blaln, Perry county Pa;
WTerms Moderate and every exertion made
to render satisfaction. 6lt
Anctloneer. The undersigned gives
notice that he will crysales at any point In Perry
or Dauphin counties. Orders are solioitedand
protnptattentlou wlllbe given.
K. V. WELLS,
pelvllle, Perry Co., Pa. Charges movteiate, and
satisfaction guaranteed. 5 tf
I would respectively Inform myfrlendsthatlin
tendoalllug upon them with a supply of good
toexchangefor woo orsellfor cash.
Centre Woolen Factort. 6,17,4m
- For Sale by F. Mortimer, New BloomHeld
Perry county. Pa.
TEAIt. ArenUwanted. Boat.
ncu levltttiuate. Particulars free.
ASdraaaJ Woara a OO., II Laala.il.
PRKwiim wiTrn iwn ritin-4
ntetn-wluucr.Fre with every order. Out.
at free. J. B. Gajlord Co., Clilcano, IU,
TRESPASS NOTICE. -The undersigned
hereby notify all persons not to hunt, fish,
gather nuts, out timber, &c, or otherwise tres
pass on their lands In Jackson township. Perry
county, Pa., or they will be dealt with according
P. K. BALTOPSER.
September 18, 1877. pd
JpiiN J. Taylor ) In the Court of Common Pleas
r. of Perry County.
Ellen Ti.Ti.OR. ) No. 43, August Term, 1877.
8UHPCENA in Divorce. &c.
Notice Is hereby given to the respondent to np-
S ear on the II rst Monday of January next, being
IONDAY, the 7th day of January, A. !.. 187S.
and answer the complaint of the said libellaiit,
and show cause why a decree of divorce a vincu
lo matrimonii should not be granted. Sic.
J. W. WILLIAMSON, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, )
Notice Is herehv irlven that In the matter Of the
applicatioN of ('. T. bheatlerof Juniata twp., for
Hie benetlt of the Insolvent Laws of the Com
monwealth, the Court of Common Pleas of Perry
County, have appointed Tuesday the 11th day of
December, 1S77 for a hearing lu accordance with
the Act ot Assembly.
D. MICKEV. Prothonolary.
New Hioomtleld, Nov. 17, 1877.
All about Its Soil, Climate, Resources,
ProductH, Laws, and Its People are given iu the
KANSAS FARM lt. a- 10-page Weekly, in Its
lStliveur. Post nald. .' months. 60 cents.
. Address ,1. K. HUDSON, Topeka, Kansas.
Has quickly taken a high place among agricul
tural Journals. N. Y. Tribune.. We have con
sidered it among the best of our exchanges, and a
worthy representative of the West Practical
Farmer, Phlla... Our Kansas friends should feel
much prido In the high character aud sterling
worth in their Mate CuiiiUil agricultural paer.
National Livestock Journal... We cheerfully
credit It wilh being one of the best edited of our
Western agricultural exohauges. Spirit of Ihe
Times, N. V,
P&j TW frrd!:thfrellnsfC
hSIf"1 Qs1 ''" tlf H1 1.ACT0. Ca
ib4 Lion. Cail, Innibitii t ill Scrtlslaw
i"". Ink Tcgrdrietittforsinas'l
lA 1 1 lit hai sat rt It, 1 will, rertipt JPtfl
v 1 A-
A police inspector in Hortforiloa be
ing Informed that a restaurateur in his
liaiHwlck was serving game out of
season, visits the restaurant In mufti,
and orders dinner. " Waiter," says he,
"can you give me a salmi of partridge?"
"Certainly, sir," replies the waiter
very promptly, and yells to the cook,
" Partridge for one."
The inspector finishes his dinner
leisurely, and then says to the waiter,
"Ask the boss to step this way a
"What for V"
" I wish to notify him to appear In
court to-morrow, and answer for selling
partridge out of season."
"O,! guess It ain't worth while bother
ing him about that."
" Do as I tell you, I am the police in
spector, and have secured the necessary
evidence against him."
"OI spotted you, and guessed what
you were after. It wasn't partridge you
Police inspector (uneasily) " What
was it then 1"'
Waiter (cheerfully)" Crow I"
ff Soon after the Copernican system
of astronomy began to be generally
understood, an old farmer went to. his
parson with the following inquiry:
"Dr. T., do you believe in the new
story they tell about the earth moving
around the sun? "Yes, certainly."
" Do you think it Is according to the
Scriptures? If it's true, how could
Joshua command the sun to stand still "
" Umph I" quoth the parson ; "Joshua
commanded the sun to stand still, did
he?" "Yes." "Well, it stood still,
did it not?" "Yes." "Very well.
Did you ever hear that he set It a going
13 Conversation near the marriage
license clerk's desk, between a clergy
man, who had come to make a marriage
return, and a middle-aged man waltlag
to see one of the clerks. Clergyman:
" Good morning, my friend ; where is
that pair of boots you promised to make
me instead of the fee which you had not
the money to pay when I married you ? "
" Oh, I'll make them the first chance I
get; but I'll make two pairs if you'll
unmarry me again." '
63" A good story is told of a scapegrace
whom a mentor reminded that his aunt
had paid his debts, and that he should
be more submissive to the wishes of his
relative. The young good-for-nothing
did not take much heed of the sermon ;
but when his creditors were mentioned,
he had a real grievance : " Yes I yes 1"
he allowed coolly, " my aunt paid my
creditors; but what has she done for
63" At a late military dinner, one of
the visitors proposed a toast : " May the
man who has lost one eye in the service
of his country, never see distress with
the other." But the person whose duty
it was to read the toast, by omitting the
word distress completely changed the
sentiment and caused much merriment
by the blunder.
63 A dandy, leading a dog bya string,
lounged up to a ticket-office window of
a railway station, and inquired : " Must
I aw take a ticket for a puppy ?" He
was naturally both surprised and an
noyed when ticket-feller answered, after
a moment's reflection : " No, you can
travel as an ordinary passenger."
63" Owen Moore
Was owing more
Than Owen Moore could pay ;
Go owin' more,
Caused Owen Moore
To up and run away.
This was owin' to Owen's owin' more
than he owned.
6" Daniel Webster once affirmed In
company that no woman ever wrote a
letter without a postscript. "My next
letter Bhall refute you 1" said a lady of
his acquaintance. Soon afterward he
received a letter from his fair disputant
where, after her signature, stood : " P.
S. Who is right now, you or I ?" '
H2T A pert young banister once boast
ed to a member of the bar that he had
received twenty guineas for speaking lu
a certain law-suit ; the other replied, " I
received double that sum for keeping
quiet lit that very case."
63" " I was born in Bath," saidadirtjr
looking customer, as he harangued a
crowd at a political meeting, " and I
love niy native place." "You don't
look as if you had ever been there since,"
said one of his hearers, as he proceeded
to laud an opposition candidate. 1