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ftlje ffimcs, New Bloomfiefe, flou
Tuesday, July 12, 1S70.
A re One Dollar a Year in Advance t
Fersnns who receive a paper with this article
marked, may know that they should mall oroth
erwise send the subscription price, If they wish to
contiuue to receive The Times.
CORRESPONDENTS will please bear In
mind tiiut Idlers received later than .S;iturd;iy e ve
iling or the clown mail on Monday morning have
to lay over until the following week.
The M. E. Sunday School of this bor
ough will hold a celebration at Milans'
Spring on Thursday, July 21st.
Orphan Schools. Tho examination of
the orphan schools at Loysvillo and Andcr
sonbflrg took place on tho 4th and 5th inst.
The examination of the Cassville school
will take place on the 10th iiiBt.
' Fine Potatoes. We aro indebted to Mr.
G. V. Swartz, of Spring township, for as
fine a lot of Early Rose potatoes as we wish
to sje. If any one thinks they can beat
them in size or quality, they are welcome
to bring them along. This lot was raised
from a pound planted year before last, and
Mr. Swartz, from that seed, will have over
The Crops. Wheat in this vicinity turns
out to be only about half a crop. In hay
there has been a' largo yield, while oats and
corn look and promise well.' The reports
concerning fruits are not very favorable.
Apples which bid fair to show an average
yield early in tho season, are dropping oif
so much, that in some, instances, trees that
were full, now have hardly any left on
A Pastor Elected. A meeting was held
last Wednesday evening in tho Presbyteri
an Church for the purpose of electing a
pastor for that congregation. Quite a large
number were present, and by a unanimous
vote it was decided to extend a call to Rev.
John Edgar. Mr. Edgar has accepted the
call and expects to commence his duties on
a week from next Sabbath, lie is at present
absent on his wedding trip.
Camp Meetings. It is expected that the
the Carlisle District Camp Meeting will be
held at the Red Barn Station, on tho Cum
berland Valley railroad ; commencing on
the 5th of August, and continuing until
The Evangelical Association will com
mence a meeting on their old camp ground,
at Elliottsburg, on the 5th of August ; and
it is reported that the United Brethren will
hold another on the same ground shortly af
ter the first meeting is broken up.
There will also be a meeting held on
the camp ground near Shermansdale, com
mencing August 5th. '
Quite a Riot occurred at Marysville,on the
4th inst., between a company of colored
soldiers from Uarrisburg, and some socie
ties, both having pic nics on the Company
Grounds, at that place. It is hard to tell
who was to blamo in the first instance,
but the affair was, to say the least, unfor-
tanate. For a time there was a prospect
of serious results, as pistols,, bottles, mus
kets and bayonets were used to some ex
tent, although as far wo luarn, with no fa
tal results, although several were badly, in
jured. . During tho excitement, tho Gover
nor was telegraphed to for troops, but tho
trouble was settled without their services.
It would bo well to tako arms and accou
trements from a company wLo would put
them to such use..
Kcrlous Accident. This morning, July
7th; about 10 o'clock, whilo Mr. Gust
Kuiikel, of this city, was assisting hi'un
loading grain on - Wilford's farm, about
three miles up the river, ho fell front tho
mow of the barn and was so seriously in
jured that his life is despaired of. A pliy
siciun was sent for. immediately, and every
thiog done for the unfortunate man that
. could be done. At last accounts to-day, he
wn? tijl alive but' unable to speakv His
jaiiicauti back aro. supposed to.. have been
affected by tho fall. Uarrisburg. Topic. ,
Lafayette College, at Easton,,Pa., propo
ses to issuo a monthly Magazine, to be call
ed tho Lafayette Monthly, devoted to the
interests of the college. The first number
is to bo issued in September. Subscription
price $2 00 per year. Articles and items
for publication are solicited, and should be
ent to F. W. Edtrar, Box 109. Easton.Pa..
to which address subscriptions and busi
ness communications should bo sent.
Sudden Death. On Sabbath morning,
the 8d instant, Mr. Wm. Fisher, residing
near Yorkumtown, York county, suddenly
expired while conducting the closing exer
cises of the Sabbath school at that place,
of which he was the efficient superintend
ent. Mr. Fisher was seemingly in tho enjoy
ment of excellent health, and repaired to
tho school, cheerful and happy, participa
ting in the exercises with his usual activity
and up to the very moment of its occur
rence, none thought ot tho terrible calami
ty that was soor. to cast a gloom over the
entire community. But just at tho moment
of dismission, whon his morning's work
seemed completed, he sunk to the floor and
almost immediately expired. Ex.
Fatal Accident. The Star of the Valley
says : we learn that a fatal and rather un
usual accident befel a young man named
William Claudy, whilst fishing, with two
other men, at a stone arched bridge, on the
Conodoguinit creek near Roxberry, on the
4th inst. They were all under the arch,
when at once it began to give way, precipi
tating the debris upon all of them covering
entirely the deceased. The other two were
fortunate enough to escape with some
bruises only. The young man was aged
Accident. On Tuesday last, Mrs. Henry
L. Smith aged about fifty years, residing in
Oliver township, met with a paimm acci
dent, which camo very near ending her
life. She was in tho barn hunting eggs
when a board in the mow gave way, pre
cipitating her to tho wagon shed below,
breaking her arm near the wrist, besides
inflicting other serious hurts. Medical aid
was immediately called, and tho patient
is getting along as well as could be expec
Suicide. On the 5th inst a German com
mittcd suicide in the Huntingdon jail, by
cuttincr his throat with a razor. He had
been incarcerated but a few days previous.
upon some minor charge, and his family of
wife and children had left him but a few
moments prior to the suicide.
Economy. Save your money by buy
ing your clothing at Oak Hall. A suit
trotn Wunauiakcr & Brown s will outwear
two from some other CIoth'iDg Houses.
Tn the Methodist church, prayer-meeting
Thursday evening. Preaching Sunday
morning at 10$ o clock by ltev. Ueo. Y
In the Reformed Church prayer meeting
on Thursday evening. Preaching next Sab
bath at 3 o clock p. m.
In the Lutheran Church prayer meeting
on Wednesday evening, Preaching on bun
day next, at (i o'clock p. in.
The Fourth passed oil very quietly in
.this borough ; there even being less of tho
noise ot crackers ana guns than is usual
upon such occasions. .
A machine has been invented by John T,
Keller, of Ilagerstown, for the purpose of
distributing fertilizers, and particularly in
tho spreading ot lime, it promises to be
of great service to larmers.
X A lady in Landisburg died recently from
'eating too many cherries and swallowing tho
X Benj. Rice, Jr., reports finding a clover
Bluett, coiil.iliuni; tou ucuua, uu Hum uuu
Persons wanting cheap lots of queens
ware, can now get them, as F. Mortimer &
Co. are closing out their stock of those
goods at cost.
yf Solomon Rocder, of Centre twp., got his
heel badly hurt in a reaper last week. 1 ho
flesh was torn so as to expose the tendons
back of tho ankle. He is, however, able to
The Volunteer says Mr. Emanuel Line's
residence, in Carlisle, was entered on tho
Fourth, and robbed of $40 or f 50 in money
and a check for $107 75. 1 ho robber
have not been captured.
We learn that Mr. Z. Rica proposes, if
he can dispose of his farm and btage route
to quit the stage business. We should be
sorry to see Mr. Rice leave that business,
as ho has succeeded in buildinir up stage
lines that are a credit to onr county ther
being few better lines in any part of tho
Laird Bowkrman In the First Reformed
Church of Hamilton, Butler county, Ohio, on
the 28th of June, 1870, Mr. J. P. Laird of this
borough,, to. MIks Maggie E. Bowurman of the
Kouon At his resilience in Juniata town
ship, early on the morning of the 11th Inst
after a very short illness, Mr. John Rough
aged about 65 years.
Askins On Sunday last, In Centre town
ship, Mrs. Margaret, wife of Mr. Wm. Asking
Aged about 40 years.
rpRIAL LI8T FOR AUGUST TERM, 1870.
Joseph Elsley vs. James Findlay.et al,
Clnis. J. T. Mclntlrevs. Bcnj. Chceseman,cta1.
Jacob Albright's use vs. Daniel C. Nnce, et al.
wm. Bitzcll vs. Wm. A. Hollenbaueh.
W. B. MUlett vs. Wm. McKisson.
Joseph Lcbklchler vs. executors of Jos.Lcbkich-
Wm. R. 8. Cook vs. Rcdseckcr J. Young.
Samuel McCord vs. Andrew B. Bmilev.
Wm. McClintock vs. Wm. Smce.
John River vs. Curtis Strine.
Wm. H. Miller, Esq., vs. Aaron M. Egolf.
Lloyd, Supplee & Walton vs. B. F. Miller, et
a I, garnishee, etc.
John Sholl vs. Joseph Hockcnbcrry.
James B. Lciby vs. Wm, Cumblcr, et al.
James Woods vs. Isaac Stoke.
Henry Barrlck, sen., vs. Henry Barrlck, Jr.
Henry Wagner vs. W. Williamson.
Thomns Gibboney vs. Wm. Since.
Isaac Stoke vs. James Woods.
M. Miller, ex'r.. vs. Jeremiah Rlnchart.
Margaret J. Miller's use vs. Jeremiah Riuehart.
Geo. Yeairer. Indorsee '&c. vs. A. J. Ciouscr.
David Fry vs. John R. McClintock.
ohn Shott vs. Allirlirlit & Troutman.
Jeremiah Vnrnes vs. Penn'a Canal Co.
Alexander Metis vs. William Beale, et al.
Wm. Dum, endorser, &c, vs. Wm. Bealc.etal.
Philip C. Relsingcr vs. William L. Beale, et al.
Samuel Hartman vs. Wm. L. Beale, et al.
William Havs vs. Georire W. Trostle.
Jacob Tyson vs. Nathan Colyer.
i nomas McCoy vs. John C. Loy.
Albert C. Richmond vs. Kcndijf & Co.
Albeit C. Richmond vs. John Kcndig.
uiitiuu onrawuer vs. Charles Troutman.
CHAS. II. SMILEY. Prothonotarv.
Prothy's OtMco, Bloomlicld,
IUiy 12, 187U. )
T 1ST OF GRAND JURORS for August
1 i lerni, ioiU.
renn Samuel Both well, Jacob Weaver.
Savllle Robert S. Kingsbury, Henry Kcll.
Madison Samuel L. Knhn.
Wheatlield Jacob Rittine, John S Owen.
Carroll Samuel Shearer. Christ. 8touiler.
Thomas 6tonc, Robert Wallace.
centre Jacob Andrews, George Hoffman.
Liverpool Jacob E. Murray.
Newport Henry Smith.
Tuscarora James Kepncr.
Oliver James Mickey.
Duncannon Joel G. Hamilton.
Bloomtlcld Alfred W. Clouser.
Toboyne John II. Graham.
Spring John Bower, John Sunday.
Millerstown Isaiah Hunter.
I 1ST OF TRAVERSE JURORS for August
J Term, 1870.
bprlng Daniel Zcrlng, Bcnj. Rice. jr.
Liverpool twp., Caleb Grubb, Jacob Kline.sr.
Oliver Johu Qeuzell.
Watts Samuel Morris, Samuel Steel.
Centre John Comn. Morris W. Heston. Hen
ry Meyers, David Quigley.
Penn F. M. Miller, David Cams, sen.,Wm.
Brooks, Andrew Stephens.
eavine John Ickes, Wm.Flicklngcr, Daniel
McCoy, Bcnj. F. Rice, Thos. Kocheuderfcr.
Tyrone Robeit Morrow, Johu B. Rltter,
Samuel P. Campbell.
Newport Wm. Yohn, Wm. Kough, John
Wueatfleld Geo. Rheem, Robert Holmes.
Marysville David Fulton, Esq.
Madison David M. Garland. Adam Rouse.
Liverpool Bor. Daniel Hoover, Jesse Cauff-
Duncannon James Flcmmintr. Washington
Greenwood Ulrich II. Rumbauirh.
LandisbuiK Johu A. Wilson. Georire A. Tur-
Jackson John Snyder.
Howe Jesse Orcn.
Juuiuta John Tressler, Wm. Scott.
Tuseuroia Adam Rice, Elcazer B'ytner.
Bull'alo twp. James E. Stcubenst James P,
Long, George Charles.
To UlacksinitliH. Those wanting tho
host quality of Toe and Blister Steel, can
purchase it at low prices ot i . Mortimer
rcnnsylvania R. II. Time Table.
On and after Mav 29. 1870. Faxsencrr trains
win run as iouows:
Plttsh'g Expr's. (Flag)4.41 a. m. dally exe't Sunday.
Way Passenger, 9.W a. m., dailv except Monday,
Mail 2.11 P. M. dally except Sunday.
Fast Line 4.10 A. M., daily except Monday.
Uarrisburg Accoin. 11.3 a. m., daily " Kuiida'v.
Mail, 7.53 v. M., daily except Sunday
J. J. BARCLAY, Agent.
On and afterSunday, June 12th, 1870, trains will
leave Duncannon, as follows :
Fast Line, (Flag) 4.35 A. M., daily except Monday
Harrisburg Accoin. 12.04 p. M., dally " Sunday
Mail 8.28 1 m.. dally " Sunday
Way Passenger. 8.33 A. M.. dailv excent Monday
Mail, 1.40 1. M daily except Sunday
xiiio rrcigui, x ana. vur tuiaciieu, f.4o r. in.
WM. C. JUNG, Agent
Stage Line Between Newport mid New
CH'.AflT-S leave New Geniiantown dally at four
KJ o ciock a. in. i.aiiuiKuiirgai v. rsoa. in. ureeii
nark at 8 a. in. Mew 11 oon he d at 0 a. m.
Arriving at Newport to connect "with the Ac
coininodatlon train East.
Returning leaves Newport on the arrival of the
Mail Irani from ruiladelphla, at 2.3U p. m.
Z. ltlCE, 1'ruprletor.
County Trice Current..
Bloom weld, .Inly 11, 1870.
Flax-Seed $2 DO
Potatoes, 00 cents.
Butter 1 pound, 10,: "
Eggs l dozen, 18 "
Dried. Apples l pound 6 "
Dried Peaches 8 10 cts. W.
Pealed Peaches 15 18 cts.
Cherries 0 0 cts.
" Pitted 13 18 cts.
Blackberries 8 10 cts.
Onions V bushel "
Corrected Weekly by Oriffltn Jones.
Duncannon, July 11, 187a
White Wheat SI 15
Red Wheat 1 05
Corn go O
Oats, 32 pounds new 45
Ground Alumn Salt V Sack 2 ' 0
Stove Coal, 6 fO
Smith Coal '2Tcts.pbus.
Iron V Cwt 4 50
Nails V Keg 5 00
Corrected Weekly by Wm. Kougn t Ions.
Nkwpokt, July 11, lsiu.
Flour. Extra, t 4 75
lied Wheat 1 10 a 1 10
Corn 80 85
Oats V 32 pounds 50
Clover Seed 7 25 7 25
Timothy Seed, 3 50
Flax Seed, 1 75
Potatoes, 15 15
Ground Alumn Salt 2 60
Linicburner's Coal, 2 40
Stovo Coal 4 50 5 50
Pea Coal 3 40
Smith Coal, 25 cts. V bus.
Cross Ties,8H feet long 30 41) cents.
Philadelphia Trice Current.
Corrected Weekly by Janney Sc Andrews,
No. 123 Mahkkt Street.
Philadelphia, July 8, 1870.
White Wheat, J 1 48 1 50
Red Wheat, 1 42 1 43
Rye 1 071 08
Corn 1 06 1 08
Clover Seed 7 0O8 25
Timothy Seed 5 50 7 75
"lax Seed " 2 25 2 25
Country Lard, 14 17
Eggs 25 26
Butter, solid In bbls.' 16 18
Washed Wool, 45 cents per lb.
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Grocers sell ft.
EASTMAN & BROOKE,
431 North Third Street,
Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers.
3t The above Is for sale by F. Mortimer & Co.
New Bloonitield, Pa. 3313m.
Heal Estate A g envy for Ferry Co.
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All of the above Real Estate is located within 45
miles of the Capital of the State, and convenient
10 mariieis, none 01 n ucing more than 20, and
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