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TUB tlMtia, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., JANUARY 2, 1877.
PENNSYLVANIA &. S.-MIIJDLE DIVISION.
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rives at Pittsburg am 16 a. kt.
Tartridgos and deer are no longer legal
Col. H. II. Thomin,of Meclmnloslmrg,
has been re-elected fc&cretary of the 8ttUe
A, panther's presence near North
mountain, Cumberland county, creates
considerable excitement. It was seen
near a residence a few evenings ago.
Mr. David Rinesmith of thl borough
killed 8 pigs this winter which were only
nine months old, while the total weight
was 1055 pounds.
y Building still goes on In Rye twp., If
times are hard. Among the recent im
provements there, are fine buildings put
up by Mr. Fred Drayer, and Hiram
XA tramp giving the name of Wm.
Schlosser, was arrested and lodged in
jail on Friday last, charged with steal
ing a clock from a house In East New
port, on the previous night.
About 12 inches of snow fell in this
vicinity on Friday last. The high wind
of the night and day following have
drifted the snow so badly as to impede
travel very materially.
Mr. Oliver Rice entertained a chap the
other day who didn't prove to be an an
gel. He gave him corn and hay for his
horse but found when he had gone that
a grain bag had gone too.
We are glad to learn that Rev. J. B.
f?oule, of the church of God,well known
in this county, was presented with a roll
of greenbacks, Christmas evening,at his
boarding house, in Lancaster, by the
ladies of his congregation.
We had an interesting letter from a
Mechanicsburg correspondent, but as he
neglected to sign his name, we had to
throw it aside. To insure the publica
tion of an article the name of the writer
is required and such information is al
ways kept confidential.
When that Arctic bird, the snow owl,
makes its appearance in Pennsylvania
early in the season it has always been
considered a certain indication of a se
vere winter. During the past month
there has been an extraordinary flight of
these birds to this State, and a well
known taxidermist of Philadelphia has
prepared for preservation as many as
thirty, some of which were killed with
in a few miles of that city.
Special Notice. Presbyterian Sabbath
School will meet for a few weeks in the
afternoon beginning next Sabbath at
2:45 P. M. Be prompt In the New room.
Special work next Sabbath.
Old in the Harness. Watts twp., this
county probably has the oldest Justice
of the Peace in the State. John Garman
has held that office for thirty-seven con
secutive years. During thirty-two of
these years he has had the same consta
ble. Robbery. On Thursday evening the
residence of Joseph Waite, Esq., at New
Buffalo borough was entered while the
family were absent at church, and rob
bed of about SG00. Mr. Waite was
treasurer of the building association and
of several secret socleties,and the money
stolen belonged to those organizations.
Sudden Death. On Monday morning of
last week Mr. Jos. Dukes of Shermans
dale had a paralytic stroke from which
he died on Tuesday evening, being in
sensible from the time of the stroke. Mr.
D. was dressing to go Harrlsburg to at
tend the wedding his daughter Jennie,at
the time of the attack, and was feeling
as well as usual. The deceased was for
merly a resident of this borough, and
was a worthy citizen. His remains
were brought to this place on Saturday
last for burial.
Desperate Attempt to Rob. The Lancas
ter Erprcm of the 2Cth ult, says : Last
night four men went to the residence of
Rev. Mr. Nissley, near Drytown, and
knocked at the door. In response to the
Inquiry, " Who's there 1"' they answer
ed, " Friend." " YourbuslnessV" "Have
a note for you." Mr. Nissley, who was
In the hall, had reason to believe they
were after no good, and refused to open
the door. It being a sash door with in
side shutter, they broke it open with a
pitch-fork. Just at this time the female
members began blowing Loins from the
upper winddws to alarm the neighbors,
when the robbers fired at Mr. Nissley,
four fchots, being discharged, two of
them as he retreated up stairs. Becom
ing alarmed no doubt at the continued
blowing of the horns, the desperadoes
left without accomplishing their pur
pose, which was certainly robbery, and
murder, also, If that had been necessary
to the success of their schemes. There
Is reason to hope they will be identified
A Wild Cat Shot. On Saturday last a
dog belonging to W. H. Kendig, scented
a wild cat In the woods lying between
Sleelstown and the Conedogunlet creek
known as McGuffey's Hills. Mr. K.
followed the dog and found them in
mortal combat, the wild cat scoring two
to the dog's one having drawn the first
blood. A gun was procured, the catand
the dog in the meantime having gone
about a mile. In pursuing them Mr. K.
met the animal and shot it. It was one
of the largest size. The dog fared rather
badly in the fight, having had his ears
split and otherwise scratched. Its tracks
had been observe! for some time past,
and is supposed to have been in the lo
cality for a couple of years. Newville
Sheriff's Sales. The following de
scribed properties were disposed of at the
Court House, in this borough, by the
Sheriff, on Friday last :
A lot of ground situate In Newport,
the property of Austin L. Low, sold to
J. C. Frank and W. Wertz for $765.
A tract of land containing 01 acres,
situate in Juniata township, the proper,
ty of Jacob Kline, sold to Henry Flck
es for $1,125.
A lot of ground containing 12 acres,
situate in Carroll township, the proper
ty of George and Thos. (shearer, sold to
C. H. Smiley, Esq., for $220.
A lot of ground with two houses In
Millerstown, the property of Elizabeth R.
and J. H. Kipp, sold to John Yohn for
A lot of ground with house and stable
thereon erected, situate in Liverpool
township, the projierty of Samuel Krot
ser, sold to Kline & Brother for $70.
A tract of land containing 80 acres,
with house and barn thereon erected, sit
uate in Watts township, the property of
Isaiah Siders, sold to Mrs. E. L. Rhoads
The other properties advertised, were
A Tax-Payer Wants Information.
For The Times.
LIVF.ftroOL, Dec., 27th, 1870. Editor
Times: Sir, Can you give any infor
mation in regard to a question that is ag
itating the breasts of the Tax payers of
this place. What is the chief end to be
accomplished by the election of a Coun
ty Superintendent of common schools.
Is it for the benefitof the children of the
people that pay the expenses, the Teach
ers, or the lucky individual that reaches
that very honorable position V From
what we know of the powers vested in
that official that perambulates- through
the different districts of the County, and
says who can and cannot teach the
young idw to shoot, we do not feel com
petent to judge. Yet we should like to
know where his authority ends. Is he
the great" mogul" that has only to is
sue his orders and all must obey 'i If so
can you give us information as to where
this authority is derived, so that we can
keep posted. Does the county pay for
more than one institute in a year, or is
it " epidemical," " Tripodieal", or
" Whatf" Or does the school law pro
vide for proselyting ; that is, does it al
low the Superintendent to close up
schools for weeks for the purpose of al
lowing teachers to become itinerent
" Sankey & Moody" Songsters at Tri
podieal Institutes. This is what Is the
matter with us, too much institute and
not enough school. Tax Payer.
The last clause of the above letter
will exactly meet the views of very
many of the tax-payers of the Coun-ty.-Ed.
For The Times.
A Juniata County Party Go Hunting.
Mr. Editor : Dear Sir : I would de
sire to inform the citizens of Perry and
Juniata Counties of a little incident that
occurred in Madison township, on the
11th day of this month. A party of
five men and boys from Spruce Hill
township concluded to take a hunt.
They provided themselves with a two
horse team ; straw for bedding and pro
visions to last one week, then started for
the mountains in Madison township.
As they proceeded on their journey, the
writer noticed their faces beaming In
anticipation of the game they expected
to capture. As they neared their destina
tion, one of the party noticed a trail
which he supposed belonged to Bruin,
and concluded to follow while the rest of
his comrades proceeded to their intend
ed campinggrounds1. As our younghunt
er still pursued the trail,the perspiration
dropping from his brow in his eager
ness to bag the game, he presses on until
in the distance, he 6ples the form of a
man. He rushes up to him and asks
him if he could tell him what kind of a
track it waB. The man told him he
thought he could, that it-was the track
of his colt which he had let out that
morning. Our hunter does not believe
him. Our informanttells him his horses
are a short distance in the woods, to go
and see for himself. He goes and sees and
turns With a frown, and starts forcamp,
and this is all we hear of him for three
days, when the writer sees our gallant
hunters going home "without even as
much as a wood mouse. They present
ed a very haphazard appearance. Some
of them had large bundles of lied cloth
ing hung around their necks, while oth
ers carried baskets, overcoats, guns, &c.
Had the writer not known theiri to be
hunters he would have taken them to
be a band of Gypsies. They seem to
have been a very obliging set of bunt
era. As they' went ' through a certain
gentleman's corn field they put the fence
down, and we suppose they forgot to put
it up again, thinking, perhups, tliat
Bruin might pass that way and could
not cross the fence ; but this gentleman
W vises them to let his fence alone or he
lil send for them to put it up again.
As fur the gentleman that owns the
colt, he says he would like very much If
they would let him know when they in
tend coming on another hunting expedi
tion, and he will try and have his stock
stabled for he does not believe In hav
ing them drove all over Madison town
ship. A. SuBscuinEit.
I tee by the paper that Professor Wright Is
holding District Institutes Instead of County
Institute, as contemplated by law. This Is
commendable In tbe county Superintendent as
he thereby saves the tax payers (200. If all
onr public officers wore actucated by the same
spirit we would soon hear nothing more of the
As one of the tax payers, I rctnru him my
thanks for this move In retrenchment and re
For " Tb Time."
A Little Girl's Letter from Santa Claus.
A little girl having left a letter for
Santa Claus, In the chimney corner, re
ceived the following reply.
December 24th, '70
Miss Lllllc your note was received
And some of your wants I hope are relieved)
If the contents of your basket yon contemplate,
Among them you'll find the candy and slate
So many little girls for books and dolls cry,
That sometlmestbe demand exceeds the supply)
Next Christmas, If you can wait awhile yet,
The book and the doll you'll surely get )
Mrs. Santa sends her love to yon,
And Is glad you remembered her too j
I hope the weather will be bright and clear,
And you may have a merry Christmas and a
happy New Tear.
Now with a shake of my head and shake of my
paws I am otf.
Tour friend, Santa Claus.
For Tbe Bloomfleld Times.
Liverpool In the Band Business.
Through the exertions of John J.
Monroe a Brass Band has been organized
by the election of C. C. Monroe as Lead
er, John J. Monroe Secretary, and H. B.
Instruments have been procured and
under the instruction of A. W. Monroe
(Leader of Silver Cornet Band of Blooms
burg, Pa.,) are making fair progress to
wards a solution of the musical problem
and as Liverpool has ever Btood in the
front rank in regard to the musical qual
ifications of her citizens we expect soon
to have a band that will compete favora
bly with any in the county.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last week :
Wm. Zeigler, of Frankford township,
was severely kicked on the arm by a
horse last week.
On Friday lnst,as Mr. Edward Potts, of
the First AVard, was walking out Han
over street, he slipped on an Icy pave
ment, and fractured his right ankle.
On Wednesday night a fire broke out
in the dwelling of John Greeham, baker,
of Mount Holly, Cumberland county.
He and his children were asleep at the
time. The fire was first discovered by
his little daughter, who was awakened
by the smoke filling her room. She
gave the alarm, and attempted to go
down the back stairs, but the ilames
drove her back and the father and
children were compelled to flee Into the
street, leaving everything behind, ex
cepting what they had on. Mr. Greeham,
in the hurry and confusion, forgot $175
in money, which was burned. Very
little furniture was saved. The loss is
about $4,000, on which there is an insur
ance In the Dover company of York of
$3,000. It is supposed that the fire
originated from the stove in the Bitting
room, piobably some coals fell out on
the floor, as that was the only fire In the
house. Tile roof of the Lutheran
church close by was on fire several times
in different places, but the building was
A distressing and heart rending acci
dent occurred at the residence of Mr.
Jos. L. Herman.on West Louther Btreet.
about 0 o'clock on Saturday evening.
Mrs. Herman had occasion to go into
the cellar, and left her two children a
Doy ot VZ years, ana a little girl not yet
'One year old seated at a table, unon
Which was a coal oil lamp. The mother
had not been absent a moment when the
lamp on the table exploded with a loud
report. The mother, terror stricken,
rushed into the room, which was then
filled with smoke and fire, onlvto find
the youngest child 'enveloped in a sheet
of llame. The mother seized the burn
ing child, and ran out Into the street.
The oldest child also ran out and gave
the alarm, which brought to the scene
several of the neighlMirs, who entered
the house and smothered the flames, or
in all probability the house would have
The child was horribly burned about
the face, head and arms, while the lad
escaped uninjured. The child suffered
very much, and at 2 o'clock on Monday
morning death came to hand. Mrs.
Herman was also considerably burned
on the hands and arms in rescuing her
children from the burning room. The
sad occurrence has caused much sympa-
iny in uie community.
Presbyterian Preaching next Sabbath
at 11 A. M. Prayer meeting on Wed
nesday evening at (it o'clock.
Preaching In the Reformed Church on
Sunday next at 2 o'clock P. M.
Preaching In the M. E., Church next
Sunday morningat 10 o'clock.
Union Services next Sunday evening
in the Lutheran church at o'clock, by
Kev. j . jMigar.
Wide Awake For January, 1877.
CumsTMAS, lu the superlative degree, per
vades tbe holiday number of Wide Awakb.
Mrs. L. C. Whlton opens It with one of the
loveliest of this year's Christmas poems. In
addition, the book is filled with good articles
and pretty Illustrations, and we advise every
family, where children are to be found to get a
Ouly 2.00 per annum, free of postage.
Ella Farman, editor. D. Lothrop & Co., pub
lishers, Boston, Maes.
If Ton want to be Strong nnH Healthy
and vigorous, take E. F. Kankel's Bitter Wine
of Iron. No language can convey an adequate
Idea of the Immediate and almost miraculous
change produced by taking B. F. Knnkel's
Bitter Wine of Iron In tbe diseased, debilitated
and shattered nervous system. Whether bro-
Ken down oy excess, weak by nature, or im
pared by slcknoss, the re d and unstrung or
ganisation Is restored to perfect health and
vigor. Sold only In l bottles. Bold by all
druggists and dealers everywhere.
Nervous Debility.. Nervous Debility.
Debility, a depressed, Irritable state of mind
a weak, nervous, exhausted feeling, no energy
or animation, confused head, weak memory,
the consequences of excess, mental overwork.
This nervous debility finds a sovereign cure In
E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron. It tones
the system, dispels the mental gloom and dls
pondoncy, and r.cjuvlnates the entire system.
Sold only In (1 bottles. Get the genuine.
Take only E. F. Kunkel's, it has a yellow
wrapper around It, his photograph on out
side. Sold by your druggist. E- F. Knnkel
Proprietor, No. 259, North Ninth Street, Phil
adelphia, Pa. Send for circular, or advice
free. Try my great remedy. Oct it of your
druggist, six bottles for $9.00. It cannot fall.
It is guaranteed to do as is recommended,
norms I Worms I Worms t
E. K. Kunkel's Worm Byrup never falls to
remove all kinds of worms. Seat, Pin, and
Stomach Worms are readily removed by E. F.
Kunkel's Worm Syrup. Dr. Kunkcl is the on
ly successful Physician In the country for tbe
removal of Tape worms. He removes them in
2 to 8 hours, with head and all complete alive
and no fee nntll head Is passed. Common
sense teaches if Tape Worm can be romoved,
all other worms can readily be destroyed. Ask
your druggist for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm
Syrup, Price $1.00 per bottle. It never falls.
If he has it not, have him get it, or send to
Proprietor, E. F. Kunkel, 259 North Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. (Advice at office
free, or by mall). - 14t.
Among the admirable properties of
Glenn's Sulpher Soap is that of cleansing the
head of dandruff and preventing Its subsequent
accumulation, by opening tbe pores of tbe
scalp and thus keeping It healthfully moist.
Depot Crlttenton's No. 7 Blxth Avenue, N. T.
Hill's Hair & Whisker Dye, black or brown,
50 cts. 624t
Artificial Teeth. On and after this date
I will Insert artificial teeth until January
1st, 1877 at $10 per set ; insured.
S. H. Whither,
Nov. 7, '70 Ot Newport, Ta.
Philadelphia Produce and Stock Report.
Philadelphia, Dec. 29. Prices for grain have
advanced a little, with nn Increased demand.
Wheat meets with a ready sale at 137150; Rve
75 Q 78 ; Corn Is more In demand at 52 59 ; Oats
37 0 43; Cloverseed 14Q15. Dressed hogs
cents per pound.
The holidays have interfered with transactions
In stocks. Present quotations are, Penn'a. It. K.
48j Heading 19i Lehigh Valley 48) Nor. Cen.
25 t Gold 107.
County Price Current.
Bloohfiild, January 1,1877.
Flax-Peed, l 25
Butter ft pound, (fresh roll) id
Packed Butter V pound, 10
Eggs V dozen 25 "
Dried Apples ft pound,,,, , (cts "
Dried Peaches, 8 O 12 c 1 8. &
Cherries,,,. 00ots. "
" Pitted,..,,,,. ooeooots.
Blackberries,,,, , OQOcts. "
CAKLI8LE PKODUCE MAHKET.
WOODWARD & BOBB,
Carlisle, December 28. 1876.
Family Flour 16.00
Supertlne Rye Flour, 8.50
White Wheat, new 1 25
Red Wheat.new 1.25
Corn, (old) 47
Cloverseed 8.25 a 8.25
N E WPOltl MARKETS.
Corrected Weekly by Kougti ft Brother.
(ill. VI IN Jte PItODUCE.
N BWPOHT, December 30, 1876.
Flour, Extra 5 50
" Super 4 50
White Wheat bu 1 25 a 1 25
Red Wheat 120O120
Oats V 32 pounds, U727
Clover Seed 9 00 9 00
Timothy Seed 1 50
Flax Seed 1 00
Potatoes 80 80
Bacon 10 14
Dressed Hogs, 6 cts.
Ground Alumn Salt 1 5001 50
Ltmeburner's Coal, 2 25
Stove Coal 400 500
Pea Coal 2 75
Gordon's Food per Sack 2 00
FISH, SALT, LIME AND COAL.
Of all kinds always on hand and for sale at the
LjOwesr. Marnei Kates.
r Five per cent oil (or Cash.
Shatto Fiiant. On the 2ith of December,1876
ny the Kev. r. Slieeiler. Dr. lsaao N. Shatto, o:
Newuort.toMiss busan Frantz. ot Markelville.
Markel Hupp On the 19th of December, 1R76,
by the Kev. J. M. Pines, near Elliottsbiirir. Mr.
Levi Markel to Miss Laura A. Vujip, both of this
Death notireH Dot exceeding 6 Hues Inserted without
charire. lint B oouta it;r Una will invariably be
charged fur Tributes of Rutpect, Poetry, or other
BMiTn On the 24th Inst., about an hour apart,
Harvey M., and Mary V. Smith, children of Mr.
David H. i tli. in little Germany, this county, of
1I pi tier la, aged respectively 8 years, 3 niontlisaud
4 days, and 6 months a'ud 15 days.
Tribute of Respect to
Mrs Bandina Dhomooi.d, who died December
1st. 1876, after weui y years of a lingering; illness,
which was born with Christian resignation. No
picture of past days can be perfect without the
presence of dear mother. Her memory I s sweet
with the fragrance of many a helpful word and
Many times were our hearts gladened by the
warmth of her reception, with which she welcom
ed us with a look of pride and tear of love, as
we clasped hands and exchanged the warm greet
ings of friendship.
We know there is a vacant chair at the fireside.
Yet our hearts are sustained by that faith h loll
looks aloft and sees, that our loss Is the loved
one's gain- T. D.
Cincinnati, O., Dee. 25, 1876, .
, I will mall (Free) the recipe for preparing a
simple Vkiiktahi.k Hai.m that will lemove Tan,
FUF.tJKLKS. PIMPLES and Klotcheh, leaving
the skin soft, clear and beautllul; also Instruc
tions for producing a luxuriant grow of hair
on a bald head or smooth fucB. Address ltKN.
VANDELF Hi CO., lion 6121, No. 6 Woosler ht.,
New York. 10a52 ttmos.
Th muler.Itrned a.slmien of Michael TUttlne
nnd Emanuel K. Hitting, members of Ihelalellrio
of M. Bitting A Son. will expose to public sale on
SATURDAY, JANUARY 20th, 187T,
under an order of the Court of Common Pleas of
Perry County, the following descrllied Renl Es
lr,t.fV U'lt . A THAOT OK LAND at MontEom.
r', Koiw riniTiilii t.iwn.hlo. I'errv count v. Pa..
containing six acres, more or less. Havlngthereon
nree.ted a LA ROE BRICK HOUSE (used
as a Hotel t more hi and) a large t raine
Stable, Slaughter Shop, ana otner out
building. The location for a notel and Htore Is
better than ny other In this county.
TERMS: Ten percent In cash at sale.mie third
of balance on the first of April, 1877, and the bal
ance In two equal annual Installments, with In
tel est, to nesftcnrpa oy juagmeni, minus.
Sale to commence at ten o clock A. M.. of said
day. Sale to extinguish all Ileus under the order
WILLIAM LODGE, Assslgnee.
J. C. McAllister, Att'y.
January z, wit.
0TICE TO TAX-PAYERS.
County Commissioners' Appeals for 1877.
NOTICE is herebv alven. that the Commission
ers of Perry County will hold the Triennial Ap
peals for IH77, In the several townships and bor
oughs for the purpose of hearing all persons who
may apply for redress, and to grant such relief
from the assessments as to them may appear Just
Appeals to commence at 9 A. M., and close
8 P. M., and to be held as follows i
At Donnallv's Mills for Tnscarora townshlo. on
Tuesday, the 23rd davof January. 1877.
At lekesburg for Savllle township, on Wednes
day, the 24th day of January, 1877.
At timers more lor nanny inn imtrict, on
Thursday, the 2 ah day of January, 1877.
At New Germantnwn for Toboyne township, on
Friday, the 26th day of January, 1877:
At Rlaln for Jackson township, on Saturdny.the
27th day of January, 1877.
At Anuersonourg ior mauison tnwnsntp, on
Monday, the 2(lth day of January, 1857.
At Landlsburg for Landisburg borough and Ty
rone township, on Tuesday, the 30th day of Jan
At Blue Ball for Roving township, on Wednes
day, the 81st day of January, 1877.
At Sherniansdale for Carroll township, on i
lnursnay. me lstaay oi reoruary, inn.
At UnrRhliifrpr's Store for Kvn townshln. on Fri
day, the 2nd day of Febrnorv, 1877.
At Centre School House for Whentfleld tows-.,
ship, on Tuesday, the 6th day of February,
At new isuuaio ior new jmiiiujo uoroitgn ami
Watts township, ou Wednesday, the 7Ui day of
At Montgomery's Ferry for Buffalo townshlp.on
Thursday, the 8tn day of February, 1877.
At Liverpool for Liverpool borough and Liver
pool township, ou Friday, the 91 h day ot Febru
At Marysvllle for Marysvllle borough, on Mon
day, the 12th day of February, 1877.
At Duncannon tor I'enn township, on Tuesday,
the 13th day of February, 1877.
At Duncannon fur Duncannon borough, ou
Wednesday, the 14th day of February. 1877.
At Millerstown for Mlllerstowii borough and
Greenwood townslilPi on Thursday, tile 16th day
of February, 1877. . ,
At Newport for Newport borough an Oliver '
lrtnn.llii ..I, t.Muu fl,a Ifllll flnV flf fptff MfV.
At Newport for Miller township and nowo
township, on Saturday the 17th day of Febru-
B'2l MUford for Juniata township, on Thursday,
the 22nd day of February, 1877.
At ltloomlleld for Bloomfleld borough and Cen
tre township, on Friday, the 'iiii day of Februa
ry, 1877. , .
,f. W. (I A NTT
SOLOMON BOWEIt, '
Calvin Neilsok, Clark.
New Bluoinneld, !'., January 2, 1877.
-VfOTICElS ALSO GIVEN, that the Gen-
lf nful Innaal. ff,,llnufl., llallat.ln AnnAnl-
will be held In the Commissioners' Office, as fol
lows: For Bloomfleld. Duncannon. Landisburg, Car
roll, Centre, Jackson, Juniata, Madison, Handv
Hill, Saville, Spring Toboyne, Tnscarora and
Tyrone, on MONDAY, the 26th day of Februa
For Liverpool borough. Liverpool township,
Marysvllle, Millerstown, Newport, New Buffalo,
Buffalo township, Greenwood, Howe, Miller, Oli
ver. I'enn. Rye. Watts and Wheatttcld. na TUES
DAY, the 27ili day of February. 1877.
W After the foregoing District and General
Appeals areover, no appeal will be heard by the
J. W. OANTT,
Calvin Nkii.bon. Clerk.
New Bloomtleld, Jan. 2, 1877.
QRPHANS' COURT SALE OF
BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court of
Perry county. Pa., the undersigned Administra
tor with the wlil annexed of Mrs. Mary McClln
tock, late of Carroll township, Perry county. Fa.,
deceased, will sell by public out cry, on the prem-
' ON TUESDAY. JANUARY 23rd., 1877.
at 11 o'clock A. M., the following described valua
ble real estate, to wit:
A Tit ACT OF LAND,
situate In Carroll township, on Sherman's Creek
oue mile West of DellvlUe, containing
102 Acres and 75 Perches,
mor or less, bounded on the North by Sherman's
Creek, East by land of Samuel Grler, and West
by land of Samuel Matlack. About 75 Acres of
said tract aie cleared and In a good state of cul
tivation, white the balance Is good timber land.
The Improvements thereon are a LOG fSt
WEATHER BOARDED MOUSE AND f ffl
LOG BARN, Frame Stanle, Frame Hog
Pen, and other out buildings. There are luiiilL
OKCHARDH of choice bearing Apple and reach
trees, good water near the houe, and Its general
surroundings make It a very desirable property
iniiMsorBALE. lenper ceni oi tne rur
chase money to be paid when the property Is
strlcktn down. One thousand dollars less ten
per cent An the 1st day of April, lb77 when pos
session will be given and the deed delivered, aud
the remainder on 1st day of April, 1878 .the bal
ance of purchase money at the time ot delivery of
deed to be secured by Judgment bond bearing in
terest from date.
December 22, 1876. Administrator.
W WW. .W.I. BMW.
The advertiser, having been permanently cured
of that dread disease. Consumption, by a simple
remedy. Is anxious to make knowu to his fellow
suilerers the meansof cure. To all who desire it.
he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free
of charge), with the directions for preparing and
using the same, which thuy will find a Sure Cure
fur Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, &c.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address. Rev. E. A. WILSON,
62a6mos 194 Peuu St., WIUismsburRh.New York.
r-r, r r n r n r- 1nilTll .
, 1-miUllv) Ul IUUII1.
A GENTLEMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, I'leinature Decay, and alt
the effects of youthful Indiscretion will, for tho
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who
need It, the leclpe and direction for making the
simple remedy by which he was cured. Suilerers
wisiilng to pront ny the advertiser exierlence
can do so byaddresslnu In perfect omitldenw.
JOHN B. OGDEN, 42 Cedar St., New York.
STOUK tsTANll AMI FA H M KOI!
bALK. A First-rate Farm In Juniata ru..
Pa., abjo a Store Stand vnd Stock of Oooos. 1 in
fill ther particulars adores SAMUEL BUCK,
Port Ro)ttl, Juuiatu Co., I'm. 35 am