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Tuesday, September 20, 187 0 5
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Fashions for the Hair. Chignons are
rapidly going out of style, but those recent
ly employed in their manufacture, are now
engaged in making braids which are worn,
"pig tail fashion" like the Chinose.or they
are looped up according to the taste of the
Sold Out. Tho Daily Topic has been
purchased by the Harrisburg publishing
association. It will be no longer published
but will bo succeeded by the Pennsylva
nian,' a Republican paper which is to be is
sued in about a month.
Out Thanks. Quite a number of our
exchanges have "noticed" the recent im
provements in the Timet Office, and exten
ded us there congratulations. We return
them our thauks and hope that ere long
increase of business may compel each of
them to double their present faciltieg for
Accidental Shooting. A child of Mr.
R, N. Willis, of this borough, a boy of
three years of age, was injured on Friday
iast by the accidental discharge of a shot
gun ; the charge passing through the out
side of the thigh, making a painful though
not a dangerous wound. Tho gun was in
the hands of his brother, a boy about nine
years old, who had in the absence of all
older persons, taken it from tho store-house
where it had beeu laid, loaded for tho pur
poso of shooting chickens. When dis
charged, the muzzle was so close to the in
jured child that the charge passed through
tho flesh without scattering, so that no
stray shot entered his body,
York Rolling Mill.tlTho flre in "tho
furnaces of the rolling mill are now mel
ting the magnetic ore from tho iron mines
of York county, and the pondrous steam
hammer is 6ha ping the rudo masses of
heated metal Into a form ready to be manu
factored into steel rails. A number of
men p-ossessed of superior muscular power
may be seen taking the ore through tho
different process of manufac tuie and the
sight is one of great interest. Additional i
machinery is still being put up, and it in
expected that the manufacture of steel rails
will become generally known as one of
the institutions of York. As an estab
lishment of this kind is somewhat of,
a noveltyto ninny persons living in York
it is visited daily by numbers of those curi-
ous to witness its operations. This how
ever is not a peculiarity of the York people
sflice through the columns of the New York
. Tribue Iron Masters themselves are urged
to come and behold tho wonders which aro
here performed York (Pa.) Republican.
tW Ann Ilaskert, residing in Cincinnati,
wno some time ago was divorced from her
husband, made an
attempt to poison four.
of her children, who
father, by putting verdigris in their cone,
i no woman was arrested. N
Hand bills Circulars and al kinds of Job
Work, done promptly, at the Timet Office.
Elopement. Theodore P. Bender, a
young man, formerly engaged in the HqtW
business in York, but more rocently doin
a commission business in Baltimore, in1
partnership I with Nathaniel Founts of
Glen Rock, this county, eloped with the
wife of his partner, leaving his wife and
child in York. Bender before leaving ap
propriated all Mr. Foust'a funds and bor
rowed from other parties until it is supposed
he had some $30,000 with him whejj..ho
took his departure. It is nimbflSuthat
Bender has secured a divorce from his
wife and one also for Mrs. Foust from her
husband, through the accommodating laws
of Indiana. Wrightttille Star.
Mnd Dog Shot. Yesterday morning a
dog, supposed to be mad, was shbt in 8.
Water Street, in this borough, by James
Condor, residing in tho neighborhood. Tho
dog belonged to Adam Ruhl, and, it ap
pears, was unusually savage for several
days past. He was allowed, however, to
run at largo on the street, and on yester
day morning belore he was shot, bit three
children and two men, one of the latter be
ing an esteemed friend, Mr. Charles Le
fcan, who is so well and favorably known
in this borough. Tho other man was a
stranger. The children's names aro Wil
liam, and Charles, Ruhl, all sons of Adam
Ruhl, the owner of the dog. York True
A Flue Point. Acting commissioner
Douglas, of the Internal Rcvenuo Bureau
has written a letter deciding that tho law
forbids dealers in tobacco to sell their cus
tomers small quantities of cavendish or
plug tobacco, and having received their
pay therefor, cut it up with a hand-cutting
machine, without paying the tax of thirty
two cents per pound.
Tho acting Commissioner says every
kind of manipulation of tobacco by which
the character and condition of the tobacco
is changed is a process of manufacture.
Incendarianism. Tho Shippensburg
Newt says that on Friday morning about
four o'clock, a fire was discovered in tho
basement of the Sherman House in that
borough, and but for tho fortunato early
discovery tho consequences would have
been terrible, as tho building was filled
with boarders." A person who could set
fire to a building occupied by sleeping per
sons, ought to receive the prompt attention
of a vigilance committee.
The Barn of Thomas Watts in Muiuoe
township, Juniata Co., was destroyed by
fire on Wednesday night, Sept 7, with all
its contents, about 20 tons of hay and 400
bushels of grain. A calf was also burnt.
It was tho work of an incendiary. The
same night ten dollars were taken from the
house. It was insured in the Danville
Company, for $400. We hope tho guilty
party will be found out,- and punished to
the full extent of tho law. Freeburg Cour
ier. Fire in Harrisburg. About two o'clock
on yesterday morning a fire broke out in
Stone's Hotel at Harrisburg, entirely des
troying the building. A largo part of tho
furniture and bedding was saved though
considerably damaged by water. A part of
this damage was owing to tho bursting of
the hose, thereby throwing a stream of wa
ter onto bedding supposed to have been
moved to a safo place.
Shippensburg has a colored military com
pany. Judge Oi r, of Orrstown, died at his res
ikence on Sunday a week, in tho 75th year
of bis age.
A large number recruits for the cavalry
service are being sont from Carlisle to the
Peter Comener, a resident of Cumber
land county fell from his chair last Thurs
day morning and instantly expired.
' Two weeks from to-day is election day
in this Stato. All persons should see to it
nt once that they are properly registered.
General Win, II. Millor, an esteemed cit
izen and well-known lawyer, died on Mon
day last at his residence near Harrisburg:
From the number of hunters who have
been after pigeons the past week, there
ought to have been at least a million killed.
Sprout & Eddy, of Picture Rocks, Ly
coming county, Pa., furnish the best Doors,
Sash, Blinds, &c, at the most reasonable
prices. Send for Price List.
'T"ri10 Met,lodiKt8 of this vicinity
"UJ what is called a "a village cat
meetings being held in tho church
ran and winter goods in great variety
were opened last week by F. Mortimer fc
Co. Now in the time to make winter pur
chases while the stock is large and fresh.
Our neighbors at Newport are trvinor to
get more manufacturing establishments lo
cated there. We wish them success in,1
1 ho citizens of Altoona are trying to ob-
tain by subscription, money for placing af
nun nu ciooK on ino mulcting Doing erccteiFJ
iur nu engine House.
Another serious fire occurred In Alfnnni
Inst Wednesday night, which destroyed
Plack's planing mill and its contents and
jkA person who uses tho roads in various
townships, wishes us to state that he finds
those of Centre township entitled to the
premium for roughness. .
Tho Horticultural Sn
land county holds its annual meeting at,
wnm: ir..n ir. . . . .. - . J
i i.i.iiwiu xi.iii, aiecnamcBUurg, on the aisl
him., conunuing until tlie Zotli.
A hardwaro merchant, of Chambersburg,
named George Flock, recently died from
lockjaw, produced by treading on a sharp
bono which entered his foot.
hkWcre they fat? A friend of ours had a
pairot fine chickens stolen on Sunday eve
ning last, and would liko to know whether
they were in irood order. We knom tlm
Jthief don't subscribe for the Timet.
VK cow belonging to J. L. Gantt, of New-'
port, was recently struck on the horn and
knocked over by the Pacific Express which
was passing at a ranid rate, but she soon-
Igbt up and walked away.
UThat box of grapes received by us fronv
'Capt. Samuel Rice was very acceptable.
1 hey were very nice, but then tho Captain
knows how to raise grapes and strawber
ries as wen as any one in the State.
Huntingdon County Agricultural Fair is
to bo held on the 27th, 28th, and 20th of
this month, tho timo having been changed
so as not to conflict with the State or other
From all sections, of not only this, but
the surrounding counties, come frequent
reports of petty robberies. Smoke houses
and corn cribs receive the most attention
from these covetous rascals. If a few of
the fellows were shot it might be a good
lesson to the others.
Trees, Plants, &c Nothing so much
adds to the value and beauty of a farm or
garden as fruits and flowers. Persons
wishing to get anything of that kind from
a reliable firm, will do well to write to Ile
rendeen & Co., Geneva, N. -Y., for their
catalogue, from which they can make se
lection. Their catalogue of Dutch Flower
ing Bulb; for autumn planting, is very
large. One will bo sent free to any appli
cant. A Good Chance. A property consisting
of a House, Barn and 8 Acres of Laud, sit
uated one-half-a-mile South of Bloomficld,
will be exchanged for a Small Store or other
business, in any part of the State, or sold
Cheap for Cash. Call on or address
J. R. McCLINTOCK, .
4t New Bloomfiold, Pa.
Two or Three Facts. Wanamaker &
Brown have been in business only ten
years, but stand now at tho head of the
clothing trade, having the largest house
and largest business in America. They re
tain all their old customers, and add new
ones by the hundreds. Their customers are
not all Philadclph ians, but come from all
over tho State, and indeed from all tlie
cities in the Union.
Our readers will draw their own inference
from this argument of facts.
Nearly every family who is not already
the owner of a Sewing Machine, is think
ing about buying one. Before doing so,
examine the machine which is for salo by
F. Mortimer & Co. It is tho best, because
the most simple, and easily understood,
while it does work in tho most substantial
In tho Presbyterian basement, prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening. Preach
ing In the Court Room next Sabbath at 11
o'clock a. m., by Rev. John Edgar.
Services in tho M. E. Church, during tho
Week, day and evening.
In the Lutheran Church, Communion
next Sabbath at 10 A. M. Prcpcratory
services on Saturday at 10 A. M.
Leibt In Newport on the 11th Inst., Mary
Eva Lelby, nged 2 years, 2 months and 19 days.
McGonkoal. In Carroll township, on the
14th lust., Barbara McGonegal, nged about 70
Finlay Sheriff On the 8lh inst.,byRev.
Wm, B. Sehriber, asslbted by Rev. G. W.
Rouse, Mr. Robert Fiulay to Mrs. Elizabeth
Sheritl', both of Tyrone township.
Bowkn Lutmax. Near Versellles, Mo., on
Thursday tho 1st Inst., nt tho residence of the
bride's father, by Rev. C. Simuis, Mr. Win. F.
Bewen,to Miss Saddle Lut man, formerly of this
DISSOLUTIOX OK lAltTNKItSIIIl
The partnership heretofore existing between
liKHFHT & Noi'DKits. of Slieriuaiisdnle, Perry coun
ty. Pa., Is this day dissolved by mutual consent.
The IxHiks are in the hands of Mr. Robert, who is
authorized to settle up tlie business of tlie late linn.
I. C. SOUDERS,
Sherniansdale, August 25th, ls'u.
County Price Current.
fll.nOM PIELT). Mmitfliitlu. w -IOTA
. , , , , , VJ, ,V,
LKlx-Seed k go
1 0,Ht0 ' W cents.
Butter V pound,
Kggs ft dozen, ..
Dried Apples V pound,,
Dried Peaches g 10cts.tft.
i eaieu i-eacnes ; 13 18 cts. '
Cherries 0 0 0 cts. " -
" Pitted,... IS 18 cts.''
Blackberries 8 10 cts. "
Onions V bushel 75 "
Oorrected Weekly by Wm. KoupK A tout.)
' Newpoht, Hopteinber 20, Ml.
Flour, Extra 15 50
"heat 125 fill 35
"ye ,f... 00
Corn "... so 85
Oats ifl 32 pounds 40
Clover Heed e 50 6 50
FTTiI Sficd,'; 1 75
Ground Aluniii Salt 2 25
Limcbtirners Coal, 2 25
Stovo Coal 4 50 65 50
Tea Coal 3 25
Smith Coal 25 cts. V bus.
Cross Tles,8J4 feet long, 82 42 cents.
Philadelphia Price Cnrrent.
Corrected Weekly by .Janney Andrews,
, No. 123 Market Stiiekt.
y Philadelphia, September Hi. 1870.
White Wheat 1 1 35 1 45
Jjed Wheat 130O138
0l''R 52 53
CTBVcr Heed 7 oo7 50
Timothy Seed 5 M6 00
Flax Sced 2 25 2 25
EBgs 27 27
Butter, solid in bbls.' 20 21
Washed Wool, 49 cents per lb.
A.t l?ullio Salo.
THE undersigned, widow and heirs of John
Kline, late of J unlata two., Perry County. Pa.,
deceased, will sell at public sale.on the premises, on
Saturday the 2ith day of October. 187ft at 1 oUock
p. m., of said day, the following described real es
tate, late of the said John Kline deceased, to wit :
Purpart No. 1,
situated In Juniata twp.. Perry coutnv, Pabound-
ed by lands
".,.f,eore Aitzei, William Kouch,
Miller, and others, and coutaininu
ev. u. w.
91 ACRES & 24PEBCHES.
The Improvements are a two story frame weather
A LARCE BANK BARN,
of the most substantial character and completely
There Is also an APPLE ORCHARD 'on said farm,
and a variety of other fruit trees.
About 15 acres of the nmperty Is woodland. Well
set in with timber. There Is also a spring of good
water, covenieut to the house.
Purpart No. 2,
A Farm ia Juniata Township,
Perry County, Pa., adjoining lands of James B.
Ramsey, Henry Fickes, Purpart No 1, and others,
and containing 70 acres and 12fi perches. About
10 acres of tills projerty is good woodland. The
land is in a high stale of cultivation. Is divided in
convenient fields, and under good fences, and is
well adapted to raising all kiwis of grain.
This property Is located In one of the best neigh
borhoods in Perry county, and convenient to mar
ket, places of public worship of all denominations,
schools, stores, mills, &c., and will be sold as a
whole, or In parts to suit purchasers.
1. Conditions made known at sale by
September 20, 1870.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER!
A CHOICE ASSORTMENT OF
Always on hand, from which to select.
READY-MADE CLOTHING of Superior
Quality always op hand.
F. Mortimer P Co.,
March 10, '60. New Bloomllcld, Pa.
Daily Express ami Freight Line
DLOOMFIELD & NEWPORT!
THE subscriber wishes to notify tlie citizens of
Blooiulleld and Newport that he is running a
Daily Line between these two places, and will haul
Freight of any kind, or promptly deliver packages
r messages entrusted to his care.
M Orders may be left for him at the stores of
F. Mortimer & Co., New Blooiulleld, or Mllligan &
Musser, Newport, Pa.
J. 8. WHITMORE.
Bloom Hold, January 25, 1870.
Tallorlug. Having engaged the services
of a competent man, the undersigned are
now prepared to furnish suits to order, or
make and trim any work which may bo
sent in. F. Mortimer & Co.
TO K III
The liet in the World t
STRICTLY PURE !
NO SAND! NO ROSIN! NO CLAY !
NO ADULTERATION OF ANT KIND!
midren Can Do The Wmhtnp.
Required. A'o Hoillna
liy the use of the Vneqwded and Unopproacholih
Dobbins9 Electric Soai),
Clothes, Money, Fuel, Labor, Time
ALL ARE SAVED!
Try it onco, and use it ever afterward. Every
Grocer Sells It. Every Family Uses It.
NO ONE CAN DO WITHOUT IT !
Be sure that the wrapper has on It the cut
ogy and Mr. Enterprise, and that each
stamiml with tho
each bar is
name of Mm invpufnr
J. U. DniuiiNs. hh iiniiH
uiucr is genuine.
Like everything of great value. It Is extensively
counterfeited, and tho market tilled with
false and worthless Electric Hoaps,
not worth house-room, and
dear even If given
The Finest American Toilet Soap, fully equal to
tho reach made by a French soapmaker
in tlie same manner as the French
. soaps are made, and sold at
one-fourth their price, is
Dobbins' Toilet Soap!
NO TOILET IS COMPLETE WITHOUT IT 1
The Best Emollient in the Market.'
It is given the preference at every watering place
in the country, and is for sale everywhere.
Plenso A.wl lr It
i;on 1 De pui on witn any clican common
Try It, and see how much
than we say. .
The only Boot Polish that will produce a Brilliant
and Lasting Shine, and, at the same time
preserve tlie Leather, is
Dobbins' Electric Boot Polish,
Makes Old Boots Look Like New Ones,
And Calf-Skin Like Patent Leatiibb.
It Is put up in a Patent box, tlie greatest novelty
of the age, The box alone is worth more to '
keep than the price of Box and Pol
The Genuine TrnKisii Bath compound, used in all
Oriental countries, in the bath, and manufactured
by ns on a license and royalty. In exact style, odor
and quality from tlie original receipt, as that
made in Constantinople, and Import duties, prelum
on gold, etc., saved, thus enabling us to sell it at a
very low price. By its use a batii becomes Indeed
a luxury. Very highly scented, and producing
miraculous elleets upon the skin. It Is really worth
If you want to enjoy life and drive away dull
care, use for your Clothes
IOIJ HI XS'
Use for your person
Toilet Soap I
use for your boots
Dobbins' Electric Boot Polish.
Use in tho Bath
KliU GrIIAT.' 9
And Subscribe for tlie
" Electric Messenger,"
a Beautiful i-'.-slilou Paier, sent Fit EE to airwho
will send their names to the Sole Proprietors,
I. X. CllAGIN tt' CO.,
110 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia.
. 103 Barclay Street, New York.
144 State Street, Boston.
tJT This Soap is for Bala by F. Mortimer A
Co., New Bloomfleld, Fa. 4 87 ly