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TIIH TIMES. NEW liLOOMFIKLI), PA.. OCTOIiFJl 25. 1881.
THE .TIMES. MIDDLE DIVISION. nit unit Kfhir Mntulnyi Miy Trunin will run a iuilih. WKMTVVAIt!). t. ABTWAttti. wr i Hull,, run., I PtllNOIPAL Hl'ATIONH. mm. Ai'O. ,1'ns Mill Ex. jlr'u ft. Hu p.M.le.M. I.BiiI 7. Ml I'r'n li'lillmielplilii, : IfUrrlNhurMt V arysvlll-. 13. PO 7IKI it a r.M.r.H. 6.ii lu.un . M. I.UO P.M 1 M i.uo; I SI.'JI 23 ' l.liUi fia ia.fa l.utM t.w 5,(lj S.HS Ii.ll f.H7; .lift lu.uill J 8I IU.4HI 4.11) B.bl) e 4i a. m H.J tl.lll IS. 4(1 B.I7 .m 8.UH .S 7r!0 A.M. ft 47 i , ; Aijllfrlllul .( Il""'": ."I 'll.l! Newport D IS II Si! MlllfMtuwu, T. II. 4T MKTiin, ; lil.lW Lmvlntnwn J., K.I4 tl.44 ' 13. Mi s !rmi:i 10 13.12 O.WI II. HI 11.13 P.V) tun B.li) IK, liiuit-iniriliHl.. 1.16, 7. Ul .53. Tvrciue. 1.65 7.45 I Aitooua,, S.0 1:"! T.IKI P.M. A.M. WH'TSllUUeil. r.H.IA.H.I -r-pr'lflr K.M'r.'ss West will stop t IIMMt'iliiliiiii at 4 4 unit hI Ni.wimrt at ft jtw a. in., wIiimi lliivvi-i). iar()iiltti s'(.t.tlin Way l'nnt.iiK'r Irave Hsrii. burtr Daily -lln'OtliprtraiuH llally exeepl B illicitly. rnt Hup W'pst. dailf. piiipplnir mi HuxuAT oai.r, at lhim.Ainm 4.Hh, N,Tiiirt, 1.63 I. M l'Ht'illi' Kxpri'i., Vet, Ittiv.-K JMiiluilclphlil, ilally 11. M P. M , and mops at L-uncuuiiou, U'.an) 4.U twii ir: MM A. M. HrlOl' 11 Mli.. A man imiMed ffuhn J toll), awaiting sen tem'e for horse stealing, illed In the Biiyder couuty Jail, last week. A 30-inch alligator was caught below the Lewlstown dam by a Lewistowu man a few days ugo. 'Squire Smith and J. J. Marshall 1, Of ntly, East VVaterford.-cut a bee tree recen I that yielded seventy pounds of honey, On Sunday morning a week a son of Mr. Gil. llair of . Carrol twp., fell down stairs and fractured his leir. I 7" V Mr. J. li. Uwen lias been puttliii' a new engine and other machinery Int I his WheutnelU twp. sawmill. Daniel Qarlin, of this place, has iru (proved his property by erecting a barn Ion it. Mr. S. Bally, of Hye twp., has improv ed his farm by clearing six acres and putting up a good stable this seasou. We notice that the proprietors have put a new head on the Newport News, and to still further improve it, both sides are printed at home. While boring for water for Wm, Bern- I heisel in Tyrene twp., the hands em i i i ji i ii.i .. . i . i .i. i . yuiiuK resemoies Biiver ore. Frank and Henry Itumberger, the Dauphin county murderers, have both been convicted on their second trial and will receive the death sentence on Wednesday. A plum tree on the premises of Henry Foulk, Efq., in Hye twp., bore one crop in season and again has plums on it I as large as peas, tie also has dwarf pea I trees in lull bloom. Mr. Eby of Elliottsburg has leased the old iron ore mines on Peter Bern hel Bel's nrnnprtv In Knrlnrs tvn . where ha In taking out considerable quantities oiA vtbat valuable mineral. A valuable mare belonging to Mr. David Merril of Middlesex twp., Cunib. Co., had a leg broken, while in the stable and had to be billed. How the injury happened is unknown. Judging from the jealously that is ex hibited towards the editor of the Carlisle Sentinel by some of his brother editors, we think he must be in a prosperous con dition, a A freight train was wrecked near Cove Forge on Thursday morning. The acci dent was caused by one train running Into the rear of another as it pulled on a siding. The caboose of the train was badly smashed, and the engine that did the damage was coueiderably damaged. Cyrus M. Hench,of Milford township, has announced himself as an Independ ent candidate for the office of Associate .Judge, and George S. Conn, of Tuscarora township, as an Independent candidate for Prothonotary in Juniata county. 'They are both democrats. The new postal law now makes the itaking of a newspaper and refusing to ipay for it, theft, and any fiereon guilty of such an action is liable to criminal .proceedings, the same as U he had stolen &oods to the amout of the subscription. A New York paper has already com menced suit against several subscribers for such an offense. A postal card receipt is a provoking .thing to get when a person files away his receipts. Money sent us on subscrip tion is credited on the label so that the receipt is before the payer weekly, and if you send us any money for other pay ment we send a partly printed and part Jy written receipt bo you can file it. Try it nd see. x A horse which a seven-year-old son of D. K.Rceder was riding through Elliotts. burgh, one day last week, was hit with - a stone, thrown by a mischievous boy, when the animal made a sudden leap And precipitated the little fellow to the I ground, but strange to say, apparently I witnout injuring niru. ' Personal. Lust week Mr. PhilipCoru man, a former resident of Carroll twp., gave us a call. Mr. C. is now living at Decatur. 111. Judge Grler and wife have gone to I Franklin county to visit relatives. SJ Mii9 Anna Dickson of this visiting friends in Duucannon. placeisjj ' The wife of Mr. Henry Bouder, who , who i ind to I! vlslt.J' last ween came Willi her husband Curroil twp.. from Michigan on a lled on Saturday last, and was buried ou Lbunday. Commissioner Charles was in this part of the county last week. He says, from present appearances, he thinks his elec tion to another term is well assurred. Brother Shrom, of the Ledger is sad ly troubled With the malaria. In tbe Absence of knowledge as to what would ttl'ect a cure, we cau only extend our sympathy. Mr. H. H. Mickey, of Mil, county, who has been located at Fosidlvllle for some time, haabeen appointed agent at theMa- iiletoti ilmint. Ilnntlnrilnn rmtint.v. , ,.., O T Hon. C. II. Smiley and Pror. J. 11. 1 Flicklnger ' represented this town at the i irKuiwn npttipmi hi. Wo foirrol in loaprt fliof. Tp. A nllinnv FuhriiiAU Is exceedingly 111. Ills recov ery being considered hopeless. Mrs. Orafton and Mr. Whitney, sis ters of Mrs. Judge Junfelns, are visiting In this borough. Mr. Charles Witherow. employed os a clerk In the shops at Altoona, is at home clerk I for a f Mr. Atchl Wlthi rew nays. r. David Lukeiis and Miss Norl orth, on r. Johiu ilsou, Kan., are vlaitlne Mr iWltherow, of Centre township, Mr. T. P. Orner, the present Stewart of the Poor House, leaves the Institution with the regret of everybody Interested in it. He goes now because he gets a Btore stand that perhaps he can't get next spring, and because Mrs. Orner's health is not good. The store Mr. O. has taken is at Mattawana,Mifllln Co. We wish him luck in his new venture. Hon. James H. Graham, of Carlisle, was In town last week, visiting his son Jas. H. Graham; Jr., who has lately located in this place. The Judge looks ivsll fiw a hioti tf a iicq r Joseph S. Smith, Esq., or this place, lias decided to leave, and will this week fnove to Milton, Northumberland coun- lv Ilw llila innvM V'prrv countv will ise a good citieen, by which Milton wiiV be the gainer. Killed. A little son of Mr. John Scott, of Marysville, fell from a wood-wagon, him that place on Tuesday last, and was instantly killed by the wheel striking in at the base of the skull breaking his neck. The little fellow had climbed on the wagon to get a ride. School Kcitorts. One of the greatest aids to both teacher and scholar is the weekly report of conduct, lessons, atten dance, i&c, adopted in some schools. If the parents take proper interest in the progress of their -children, they too will be greatly pleased with the report and will urge the teachers to adopt it. Some of the school boards have had these re ports printed and furnish their teachers with them. Spring Houso Itoubeu. Some person 'oo lazy to work, too proud to beg, and not afraid to eteal, entered the spring house of Mr. John Comp, iu Carroll twp., one night last week, and took therefrom about thirty pounds of pork and six pounds of butter. The lock was forced open with a plow wrench. The thief carried the lock and wrench away also. Mr. C. thinks it very hard to have the lock and wrench taken afl aklng way with all his provisions? Burglary. A letter from Mifflin says burglars broke into the store of John S. Graybill some time during Thursday night. Little property was disturbed except the safe, which was blown open, and the valuables taken therefrom. The loss in money is about $70, but several thousand dollars worth of notes were carried oil', most of which were found on the river bank next morning. We are sorry for our friend John, but glad his loss is no worse. Left his Dfi.-Oa last Monday night Samuel Sheller and family were awak ened from their slumbers by an unusual commotiou in the poultry yard. Mr. S. proceeded as quickly as possible to the place of disturbance, but was too late to secure anything but tbe dog, the thief having leaped over the fence before he was able to ideutify him. He however secured the dog, hoping by that means to find out the thief. But the thief fear ing detection returned to rescue his dog, which he did by passing through Dr. Johnston's premises and tearing off some pails of the poultry yard fence. Hence our chicken thief ha again avert ed justice, but nearly lost hie dog. lice ord. A Murderer Arrested. John Heeter, who so horribly murdered Jacob Swank, at Cat rick furnace, near Chanibersburg, has been arrested. The Chanibersburg Herald speaking of the arrestsays : "On Saturday John Heeter of Carrlck fur nace, was brought into town charged with the murder of Jacob Swank. He was taken hefore. ArntrfHtrAln JpftYIpu y who committed him to jail for trial at the next term of court, which opens in December. Heeter was captured at the house of a relative in Fulton county, near Licking creek. After the commis sion of the deed he followed the moun tain down to Cove Gap, where he cross ed into Fulton, when he was caught. Mr. David W. Jones, a Path valley far mer, for whom he had worked followed his trail aud succeeded In effecting his capture. ' ' A Double Upset. Last week Mrs. Gesell, who residts near Fayettevllle, with a young son and daughter, was driving along the pike at Caledonia furnace where the horse became rather frisky aud the girl pulled one line running the animal upon the bank, upsetting tbe carriage and throwing the occupants out. Mr. Samuel Etter, of Fayettevllle, who was driving close behind, hurried to their assletance but his horse fright- ened at tho overturned buggy and per formed the same feat as the first animal had done. Mr. Etter's horse fell with the buggy, and in attempting to get tip broke tho tiaces, which was the only damage done by either accident. Mr, E. then assisted Mrs. Gesell to get her horse and buggy right eldn up with caro add the party once more proceeded on their way having only received a few slight bruises. Irunklin HcpoMory. -i-.. . Gentlemen's- I'lotheiu The fashions for this fall are geuerally characterized by neatness in designs of goods as well as cut of garments. ; The coat, however, most generally worn is the S. B. Walking Coat, both skirt and waist being of medium length, aud the coat being rather close-fitting all over and buttoning high. If designed for dressy wear, the coat buttons with one button. If for business wear, a four- button coat Is generally preferred, with false flaps on the side. For rough and Scotch goods the Sack Coat is in favor, and Is cut rather short and Binig-lltting. There is a tendency to cut Vests a. little lower than last seasou, and with collars. Fancy Vests are favor in London. again coming Into' Those who wish to see the finest line of casslmers, overcoatings, &o., ever Bhown In this county are requested to call at the store of F. Mortimer and look over the assortment there shown, which represents the stock of the leading cloth ing house in the world. You can there make your selection and have a garment or suit made to order in the best possi ble manner. All garments are guaranteed as to fit or there is no sale. 43 4t. To Hnng. Jonathan Moyer, Emanuel Ettinger and Israel Erb, convicted of the murder of John and Gretchen KIntzler In the court of oyer and terminer for Snyder county, are to be executed at Mlddleburg on Friday, December 10. The trial of tho condemned excited much Interest and was reviewed by the supreme court ou an appeal by the de fendants, but the higher tribunal sus tained the rulings of Judge Bucher. Caught iu a Thresher. On Friday forenoon last, John Bailor helping to thresh at Dlekel's farm, neat Dellvllle,was terribly hurt. While attempting to stop the thresher, he grasped the belt i wnl aroi a m Vhe which at once wrapped bis arm around the pulley breaking the bones in umber of places from tbe wrist up to elbow. Some of the pieces pushed tut through the flesh, making terrible njuries, besides the broken bones. Dr. trickier was sent for and adjusted the roken hones and dressed tbe wounds. ' Under a Ton of Kock. Gable Cutlet, of York Haven, York county, died almost instantly on Monday in a frightful man ner. From a gentleman conversant with the facts a Patriot reporter learned that Mr. Cutlet was employed as a labor er at the stone quarries along the line of the Northern Central railread near that place. With other men he was engaged in the afternoon removing the remains of a blast made a short time before. Tbe blast had loosened a large portion of the rock overhead. This fact was unknown to the men, and in taking out the lower stone the upper became free and fell. It weighed about a ton. With muoh force it struck Mr. Cutlet, knocked him down and then rolled over hU body. He waB frightfully crushed and breathed but a few times after his companions had picked him up.--Jfarrisburff Patriot. A Conundrum Which we refer to the public : Cahlislb, Fa., Oct. 21st, 1881. Dear Sir: When looking at tbe election proclamation as published In the Sentltut hero and then looking id the tame as It appears In your county papers, I was constrained to ask a question. Why must the tax payers pay for several columns of election proclamation if a half will do t Tho SeiUinol as you see ha not more than half a column. Why is It ? Cumberland County. We copy the fol lowing from the Cumberland county papers of last week : IFrom the Hrali tt Mirror On Friday last Mr. L. C. Faber,whilst engaged in building a new dam for the Mt. Holly Paier Co., met with a serious accident. A derrick is used in bringing the heavy stones from the quarry, near at hand, to the place where the dam is being built. Whilst bringing a very large stone from the quarry, and when near where Mr. F. was at work, one of the guy ropes broke, causing the whole apparatus to tilt over, and in falling one part struck Mr. Faber on the right arm and leg. The injured man was placed in a carriage and conveyed to bis home on South street, this borough. A, phy sician was sent for, who, upon his' arri val and an examination being made, re ported that no bones were broken, but that the injuries were such as would keep the injured man from work for several weeks. I From the Neicville Enterprise. On last Friday afternoon, D. T. Kroh, who is tbe teacher in the St. Thomas graded school, threw a stick at a scholar named Tamer. The stick struck tbe door glanced upward striking the boy in the eye. From the injury thus sus tained the lad has lost the use of his eye. This should be a warning to other teachers. From the m-m-llte Star. 1 George Jacoby, of Mifflin township, lost a valuable horse recently. Not in nured. B. F. Whistler of Newville, also lost a valuable horse, but it was insured by D. N. Thomas, and he will draw three-fourths ts value. A young child of Mr. Gus Boyne was severely scalded ou Saturday lust by pulling a tlncup of hot water down over Itself. Though su tiering severely the scald Is not considered dangerous. ( From Tit Yo iintrp.r. J On Saturday afternoon tht) farm house of Jacob Kel-er on the road a short dis tance north of Allegheny in Middlesex whb dlcoverd to tie on lire. Mr. It was nut in the fields somewhere and Mrs. K. had gone to tho vlllnge of Mid dlesex leaving no nun at home. The fire was first seen by Eck Line of Car lisle and Daniel McDIvett a cow-buyer who were passing Hh"g that wayjln hunt of cows. Mr. Line on trying to get into the yard was met by a fierce dog who kept him offuntll some other per sons came and drove nil' the dog. The front door was then forced open and most of the furniture and things gotten out. The fire is supposed to have originated in a summer kitchen where Mrs. K had been baking in the forenoon. The house was Insured for S1200 In the Allen A East Pennsboro' Company and for $W0 iu the Patrons. -Ctmruh noticr. llefontied Church The Bev. W rV. l H. Deatricli. nastor. The Holv ('. inuulon will be administered in the lie- formed church of this place on Sunday morning, the 30th inst., at 10:30 o'clock. Preparatory services will ueuin on Thurs-j day even in ir preceding, at 7 o'clock The public Is cordially invited to all these services. Presbyterian Church Preachine next Sunday at 11 A'. M. and 01 P. M. Sun day School at half past 9 A. M. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening. M. E. Church Preaching next Sun. day at 104 A. M., Sunday School at 9:15 A. M., aud prayermeetlng ou Thursday evening. MAGAZINES. Demohests for November has made Its ap pearance and is a splendid number. One oil chromo that is In it Is worth more than the cost of the magazine. Besides this Is a steel plate portrait of General Garfield, that Is one of the best pictures of him we have seen. Its selection of reading matter is excellent, and Its patterns and receipts are Invaluable to tbe Indies. Published by W. Jennings Dcmorest, New York, 9300 per year. Gou'et's Labt's Book for November opens with a beautiful Steel Plate engraving. "Re call of Lite," a richly colored double Fashion Illustration, with numerous engravings of va rious designs of the Latest Fashions. Tbe Diagram Pattcin Is a novelty in tbe fact that it Is a Lady's Bodice without shoulder seams. The novelette Is a thrilling story of land and sea, by Thomas S. Collier, entitled " Beyond." There are numerous shorter stories by good writers, Aunt Ruth's funny saylngs,and indeed the general get-up of the magazine is worthy of all praise. One thing to be said of this old favorite is, that there is never any vulgarity or Immorality in Its pages, and therefore, it is worthy of a place la any refined home. Any of our readers who do not take the Lady, 9 Book can be supplied, promptly, by leaving their orders at this ofllce. We will furnish our paper and the Lady's Book for the low price of $2.75 per annum. As tbe next lisue will close the current year, now is a good time to send in your subscription. The publication oOice is 1000 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Harpers' Masazink for November concludes tbe sixty-third volume, and Is a number of rare excellence. The illustrations are fine and numerous, and the selection of stories, accounts of travel, and other shorter articles are such that no person can sit down to read a copy without feeling that Harpers Is the leading periodical of the day. Peterson's Magazine for November pre sents anusnai attractions. It leads off with a pretty steel engraving, which is followed by fashion plates which will be of use to the la dies. In addition to these attractions it gives some charming stories and a selection of other reading matter, which taken altogetherenables Peterson's to take high rank as a Ladles Maga zine. See advertisement for 1881. Lippinoott's Magazine for November opens with a tiuely Illustrated paper by Charles Bnrr Todd, describing "A Walk over Moneauk," and reproducing with pen and pencil tbe strik ing features of that wild and ocean-beaten cape, with its wreck-strewn shores, its immense herds of cattle, uuique bass-fishing, and deso late saud-drifts, "A Varied Entertainment," also illustrated, is the title of a humorous sketch depicting some recent frolics of Ameri can art students in Paris. The eighth chapter of Dr. Oswald's "Zoological Curiosities" Is devoted to "Animal Renegades," and is not less entertaining or instructive than those that have preceded It. Fiction occupies a large portion of this num ber. The new instalment of Sherwood Bon ner's bright and readable serial, "The Val cours," is of unsnal length. "Policy 1390," by Sarah Winter Kellogg, has tbe Intense in terest and realism characteristic of this lady's stories, while "Almost a Catastrophe" Is a lively love story of a more ordinary kind. The poetry is by H. H. Boyesen, Charlotte F. Bates and Francis Mace, and the "Gossip" and book notices will repay perusal. Ballou's Illustrated Monthlt Maoa zinb. The November number of Ballou's Magazine is issued, and has such a table of contents that we do not wonder the publishers are proud of Ibelr work, and that the people are eager to read it. The first article is an il lustrated account of an American family's tonr through Switzerland, in which Is woven a thread of romance, love, and adventure , and then follows a Thanksgiving story that will meet with approval as It is different from tbe general run of such tales. Tbe variety is great, and tbe magazine will satisfy the tastes of all classes of people. Be sure and get a copy if you do not take it. Published by Thoraes & Talbot, 23 Hawley Street, Boston, Mass., at only 91.60 per annum, postpaid, and for sale at all the news depots in the country at 15 cents a copy. Speak to your neighbors about It, and get up some clubs this fall. Now is the time to start clubs for the new volume. E" N. B. We furnish this magazine to club with Tub Times at 9.75 per annum, postpaid. County Price Current. B .oOjtriBi.n, Oct. 14, l81 KII-neml I &. Potatoes 100 Butter pound , 2Cf-5 KtJKS V dozen 20 " Dried Apples V pound 3!i its Di lpd Peaches lit H Jlv f NtCWI OUT MAKKKTk. Nzwioht, October 2 jHri. flour. Kxtia 15 (0 " Super J.2) White Wheat old V bush 1ST Kd Wheat. oil 137 Kye S5J8- Corn 6UKK0 Oats V Si pouuda, 420 2 I'lillailelpliln Proiliiee Mmkel. Piiu.ADM.rniA. Oet. 22, UBl Kloiir uniet Mrfl ; utrji finnWli Tennivl vanla family. U.AO ft f4.7ft Mlnnmnta do., I4.8(ia 15.1 1! I patent and htch (l fuler lrt.Mia7.00 Kye Hour. H 2".fJ3.iio. Coriimefti. I'J.'Jn. iirnv. i ,o V 1"" Coin yellow. 7it!T2i mixed BS)t70c. Oats quiet i PeniHylvHiila and western Wheat, us u 14" ...nr. it . rril i ... i, nil 4Kwio. j western tnixed,4 lOt5 White, MA.TIII IAGEH. flnivw.TDtv. On October znfh. 1TO1, nt the M. K. pHrmiftn In Newport, bv Her. N. W. Col liiirn, VvilllHin Mhlvely to Martha 4. Dunn, all nf Juniata county, I'a. DHATII8. Oi-Mi'imn On Oerobor 7th, 1R1. In Centre twp., Harah Jane, daughter of Isaiah Oninpher, aged t year. months and 14 davn. Ohnkm. On October l.'ith. 181, at Lovavllle. Lama J., daughter of Mr T. 1'. Orner, aged 14 years. 2 months and 20 days. Cueksrman. On October 12!h, 18R1. In Madison twp.. Father UenJ, F. Cheeseman, aged 72 years and 1 month. 8NTDFR. On October 12th. Ism. In .Tikmj. twt.. Mother Mary Snyder, aged 77 )ears, 8 months and 10 davs. Mahkel On October 10th. 1M1, In Savllle twp.. Herman Alfred, son of Daniel Market, aged 0 months. UDITOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE Is hereby given that the undersigned an auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of Ferry county . to make distribution of the balance In hands of Henry Koll, Administrator, &o., of Jacob Kell, late of saville township, Ferry coun ty, Fa., deceased, will attend to the duties of bis appointment at his ofllce In illoomfleld, on TUES DAY, the 2olh day of October, at 10 o'clock A. M., of said day. whon and where all partiesin terested can attend. . , CUAS. n. SMILEY, October 4, 1831. Auditor. N OT1CE ! WI1EHEAS. T. P. Orner has resigned his posl tlon as HtewarJ of cur Almshouse. We, the Direc tors of the Poor, will receive sealed proposals for the ofllce of Steward up to the last Fridavof Octo ber. 1K81. tor the ensuing year. Hald Directors will reserve the right of rejecting any or all bids. All applicants are hereby requested to appear personally In company with their wives on tho above date. JOHN D. STEWART, OF.OKOE C. 8NYDKH, I. F. HOLLENIIAUOH, October 4th, 1S81. Directors. ALT FOll 25 CKXTN. ONE SCROLL AND FERN AtTTOORAFH AL DUM, Illustrated with Pen Scrolls, Birds, Mottoes, Ferns, etc., in colors, 100 Select Album Quotations, 15 Chromo cards, wtth name on. pack of Magio Age cards, 5 Escort etc., cards, Language of Flowers, Fan and Handkerchief Flirtation cards. Curious lllble Facts. 1 Model Love Letter. Bent by mail, postpaid. Mention this paper. Address DIME CARD CO.. October 23, 1891. Mount Union, Fa. PATENTS GEO ROE E. LEMON. Attorney at Law WASHINGTON, D.C. Rend sketch or model for Preliminary F.xamina tlon and Opinion as to Patentability. for which no charge Is made. If reported patentable, no charge for fervlces unless successful. Send for Pamph let of Instructions. ESTABLISHED IS 1665. 43d6 Ladies of Perry County, M. McGOTWALT, OF NEW BLOOMFIELD, WILL SAVE YOU TEN DOLLARS, if you go to her for your SEWING MACHINE. 40 52 . "Peterson Is constantly Improving. 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In "Peterson" are admitted to be the best published. All the most popular female writers contribute to It, In 1882,'. about 100 original stories will be given, and In ad dition six Copyright Novelets, by Ann S.Stephens, Frank Lee Benedict, Jane o. Austin, Marietta Holley.Lucy H. Hooper, and Mrs. . L. Ctulilng.. The COLORED STEEL FASHION PLATE3 In "Peterson" are ahead of all others. The plates -are engraved on steel, twice the usual size, and are unequalled for beauty. They will be superbly colored. Also, Household. Cookery, and other re ceipts ; articles on Art Embroidery, Flower Cul ture. House Decoration iu short, everything iu-' terestlng to ladies. TERMS (Always In Advance) 12.00 A TEAR. VNPARALLELKD OFFERS TO CLUBS C With a costly steel engrav 2 Conies for II w I ,n "Hush! Don't Wake a ?. s Them," or a handsome Fho- I tograph Album, for getting Up theOlui. 4 Copies for Sti 6 - ' H.W With an extra copy of the ..laKitinvivi 04, us premium fur getting up the Club. With both an extra eon nf c r-ni.a r..i. tarn'1110 Magazine lor in3, anu Copies Tor OOjtnelargSateel engraving"" i JU,lu i Fhotogiapli Album, to tho Cueraou getting up the Club. For Larger CIus Still Greater Inducements t Address, postpaid. CHARLES J. PETERSON. WW Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Pa. Specimens seut gratis, if writtcu tor, to get up cluba Willi.