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THE TIMES, NEW ULOOMFIELD, PA., MARCH 13, 1877.
riNNSTLVANIA &. R. MIECLE DlVISIoir.
Ob aud after November 17th, Trains inn as follows t
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tiT'PittHbr.rr.- Express leaves Harrisburirat 11.00 p.m.
Dunpnimoii in -Vt jSw) ; Newport 11.67 (Huk) aud ar.
rives at PttbrVmiiratlUftA. m.
Phllaili'lplila f.irrcs leaves Attonna at 10.00 11. m.,
Tyrone at in." . m., Hnntlmrdon 11.18 p. ni., Ili
towu J., 12.88 a n., M IfTlin 18.64a.m., HarrMiinrl.40e.ra.
IWOhIiik VM. the Way VtiWHeiiKer Iravra Harris
bura- Dally W other tmlna T)a1ly except Sunday.
tf(ioln';t, the Atlantic Express leavue Ailnona
Daily, tlin other trnlua Dally except Huuday.
Public Sales. Thowo linving Rale MUs
printed at this office will have the iwv
tlee of the sale in this lint without exti'tt
charge until tiny of Bale.
March 18th. Ira WenUel, Executor will fell
at wholesale In Blalu, the stock of D. Went
March 13th. David Dunkleberger, at his resi
dence in Spring twp., will sell horses, cows,
sheep, hoi;s, wagons and a general assort
ment of farming implemeDts. Jas.Cleeland
March 14th. Daniel Jullns, In Centre twp.,
near Bloomfleld will sell horses, cows, wag
ons and a general stock of farming Imple
ments. W. McKee, Anctloneer.
March 15th. The Executors of the estate of
John Kell, dec'd., on the farm near Bine
Ball, will sell livestock, farming implements
' and household furniture.
March ICth. Jeremiah Keck will sell horses,
cows, young cattle, hogs and farming Imple
ments in Tyrone twp., miles south-east
March 17th. Margaret Wagner, on the farm
formerly occupied by Jorp Wagner, dec'd lm
Bavllle twp., will offer b- lees, cattle, farming
implements, and house ld furniture. David
March 17th. Wm. II. Dunklebergcr, at his
residence in Spring twp., y$ miles from
Blue Ball will sell horses, cows Bheep, young
cattle, and a lot of farming implements. 1).
March 22d Nicholas Ickes at his residence in
Ickesbnrg, will sell Household and Kitchen
Furniture, 1 Sewing Machine, Shoemaker's
Tools and a good Shot Gm.
March 23rd. M. C. Cleckner, at his residence
in Bavllle twp., will sell torses, cattle, farm
ing implements and household furniture.
The real estate will also -tie offered.
March 24th. W. H. Dum, executor of Fred.
E. Dum, deceased, will sell at the late resi
dence of the deceased In Tyrone twp., all his
March 24th. Jacob Gaikn, t 'lite .residence in
Bavllle twp., will selt horses, cattle, sheep
and farming Implements.
March 24 John E. Ecliert, at his residence at
Graham's Mill, will sell 'Hay, 1 Wheelbar
row, and a lot of Household and Kitchen
Good large Tulpehoeken tipples were
recently Bold in this county, for 30 cents
a bushel. Cheap.
A Spring twp., now contains .eleven
schools, one of which is taught in a
Preparations are now being made to
build a barn on the hotel property at
KUiottsburg, owned by James A. Gray.
The Foundry at Newport has been
sold to Jacob l-vrank, tf Howe twp., for
A letter from Kansas yhlcli will lie of
interest to many of our readers, will lie
found on the 0th page.
Miss Corbett, of Kockville, was blown
off the canal bridge at that place on
Friday last, receiving evcre injuries.
On Saturday morning the thermome
. ter registered only 10 degrees above eero ;
' this with a high wind made March p
, pear like "a roaring lion."
Xa few days ago Mine thief entered the
wood house on the jtremises of Mr.
dsaiah Foose and stole a double-barrelled
.gun belonging to his son James.
' They are determined to have coal la
(Spring twp., judging from the fact that a
shaft has been opened ia -Green Brier
for that purpose not long Ago.
The Centre, Germany,' and Elliotts
.bui'g literary societies continue to meet
weekly, and are in a flourishing condi
tion. A on of J. Weaver f thi place fell
while wrestling on Saturday last and
broke his leg just above the knee. It is
only a few months since his other son
, broke a leg by a fall.
A meeting is now in progress in Little
Germany under the auspioes of the
church of God. As yet none have pre
sented themselves at the altar of prayer
as seekers of religion.
A hen's egg measuring 8 inches iu
circumference one way, 6 iuclies the
other, and weighing 5J ounces, is a
curiosity. Such a one was brought in to
us last week by Charley McKeehan.
- A young man named Baker, aged
about 11 years, son of Wm. Baker of
Miller twp., fell under a freight train he
was trying to get on at Bailey's Station,
on Saturday aud had his head and tie
arm cut oil.
Mr. M. C. Cleckner of Haville twp.,
when going home from Bloomfleld about
two weeks hi Dee, fell and dislocated his
shoulder, and on Saturday last while on
his way to Bloomfleld again fell hurting
the same shoulder.
A dwelling house, on the farm of Rev.
Samuel Zook, in Southampton twp..
Franklin county, on Wednesday night
rt week, with its contents, was entirely
tleslroyed by fire. The house wns occu
pied by Mr. Jacob Nailor, who, with his
family, barely escaped from the burning
building with their lives. Not a single
article was saved, and Mr. Nailor's loss
in household effects is entire. .
Xon the night of the 22nd Inst, some
greasy rascal stole two cans or laru ironi
the premises of Thus. McKIvy near
Gerty's Notch. The cltlr.ens of that
portion of the county have been sadly
troubled with sneak thieving.
Miss Maggie Murphy, of "Boiling
Springs, while out riding with a friend a
few days ago, lost her pocket book con
taining $20. The money was found by
two gentlemen who returned it to the
X The ParM says : It Is now a cer
tainty that the Pennsylvania railroad
company will build a new bridge across
the Suaiuehanna river at Kockville, but
the precise time when the work is to be
gin has not been stated.
Mr. R. A. Murray a freight conductor
on the Northern Central It. K., was run
over by the cars near Williainsport, on
last Friday receiving injuries resulting
In ckth. The deceased was a resident
of llarrisburg, but a native of this coun
ty, his friends residing at Landlsburg.
X All the Buildings burned by tne lire at
New German town last week were insur
ed in the Madison, Jackson and Toboyne
Insurance company. The insurance is
estimated at $7,000 on buildings and
store goods. About $3,000 of store goods,
and furniture were saved, leaving the
company liable for about $4,000.
"( Death from a Kick. On Saturday
aweck, Mr. David Bwartz of Jackson
twp., was kicked in the stomach by a
colt. He suffered until Thursday last
when death came to his relief. This is
the third death in that twp , from a
similar cause within two years. '
An Accident. Mr. John Frv in the
employ of the Germany Valley coal
company, almost met with a serious
Occident a few days ago. The end of
the shaft in which he was working, was
left unbrldged for several yards, in
consequence of which the slateand rock
overhead suddenly gave way, rolled
down, prostrated Mr. Fry, and covered
up th8 lower part of his body in such a
manner, as prevented him from moving
from a very perilous situation. Mr.
Thomas Anderson, and Mr. Ira Weaver
being near by they soon removed the
debris, and Mr. Fry, fortunately escaped
with but a lew slight bruises.
Ralph L. Rolland, whose name has been
before the people for the past year in
connection with the robbery of the
Chambersburg bank, etc., was convict
ed, the other ay, in the court of Frank
lin county, of thecrliiieof burglary ,and
was sentenced to undergo imprisonment
in the eastern penitentiary for a period
of eight years. The grand jury of that
county also found two new bills against
Holland one for larceny and one for
breaking jail. From the i'w&Kc Opinion,
of last week, we learn that Holland has
made several attempts to gain his liberty
the one attempted on last Wednesday
night nearly proving a success. With
several wateh spring saws, a gimlet, and
a three-quarter inch augur, he lmd almost
completed a square hole In the floor un
der his couch, which was discovered in
time to frustrate his plans. How the
tools came into his possession is at pres
ent a mystery.
Juniata County. We copy the follow
ing from the Juniata county papers of
On Thursday last as Dr. Elder and
Miss Julia Sulouff were drivlngfrom the
Horningtown school house where they
had been attending a prayer meeting,
to the residence of Tier father, Mr. Henry
Sulouff, the single tree broke, which
caused the horse to run away, throwing
the occupants out. The Doctor escaped
without receiving any injuries, but Miss
Sulouff received an ugly cut under the
chin and had several or her front teeth
knocked loose. The buggy was com
Last Wednesday morning hot ashes
were taken out of a stovo in the house
of Mr. Jonathan McCoy, who resides at
the first lock north of town. The ashes
were put into a coal bucket ; the bucket
was put under a bench close up against
the weather-boarding on (he back porch.
About dark on Wednesday smoke was
smelled in the house. The family were
quite uneasy. They bad a vague under
standing that a Are smouldered some
where in the building, but a search that
lasted till after midnight failed to And
it. About 1 o'clock all lay down to
sleep, About 2 o'clock the Are broke
out in a sleeping room occupied by a
portion of the family. The alarm was
given. Neighbors rushed to the rescue
with bucket and water, and, most re
markable to relate, the house was saved
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from th Cumberland county
papers of last week :
On Monday last while Mr. Samuel
Flrestine, of this place, was assisting in
hauling lumber from the north moun
tain, and while attempting to get down
off the wagon when near Doubling Gap,
his foot caught in the strap attached to
the lock of the wagon andhe was thrown
to the ground, dragged 1 some distance,
and bis right arm broken near the shoul
der. He was otherwise bruised, but
none of his injuries are dangerous. Dr.
Stewart attended to his injuries. A'cw
vUle Enterprise. 1
Last week Mr. A. C. Oiler, residing iu
"Green Spring, was considerably puzzled
to understand the movements of some
unknown parties about his premises.
One morning he discovered that a quan
tity of Hungarian grass seed was mis
sing from his barn, and the next morn
ing he found that every door in the barn
was standing wide open, and all the
stock had been removed. It is evident
that the latter movement was a prelimi
nary to firing the barn; but for some
reason the attempt was frustrated. As
no further disturbance has occurred the
nflulr has a mysterious look. 1
4a.- - -.-
Preaching In the M. K, Church next
Sunday morningat 10 o'clock.
Preaching in the Keformed Church on
Sunday next at 2 o'clock P. M.
Preaching in the Lutheran church
next Sabbath at 24 o'clock P. M. Pray
er meeting Wednesday evening.-
Presbyterian Church Preaching at 11
A. M., on Sunday next. Prayer meet
on Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
Said Mother to Father:
' Do you know my dear where
Our new married daughter
May buy the best ware t
Said Daughter to Mother: '
There are afl kinds of ware
Jitff ntch an I want,
Right cheap, down at JSLAIli'S,
Tiro more Crates of White Ware just
Also a full sup))y of Jiest Groceries,
Tubs, Jiuekets, Churns, Soaps, Jiaskets,
Glass Ware and other Family Supplies,
and offered all the lime. Cheap for the
uisn, or tn jirr.nange jor uooa uountry
mar 12 8t
South Fnd, Carlisle.
A General Favorite. The Shepley Key
stone Baking Powder, manufactured by
Janney & Andrews, Philadelphia,
when used according to printed direc
tions has become a great favorite for
producing light, sweet, Nutritious bis
cuit, Kolls, Muffins, Bread, Griddle
cakes, etc. For sale by F. Mohtimkk,
New Bloomfleld, Pa. lO.Gt
Store Goods at Wholesale. The subscrib
er, Executor of the estate of David
Wentzel, late-of Blain, Perry county ,Pa.,
deceased, will offer at piiblic sale on
TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1877, at whole
sale, all the Store goods of said deceased,
on hand at that Jute. The stock will
amount to about ($2,500.) Twenty-five
hundred Dollars. The purchaser of the
stock will have the privilege of renting
the store building. Sale to commence
at 2 o'clock P. M., of said day, when
terms will be made known by
Ots IRA WENTZEL, Executor.
Take Notice. Notice is hereby given to
all persons indebted to the undersigned,
that a dissolution of partnership is to
take place on April 1st. All accounts
must be settled by note or otherwise be
fore that date, and accounts not settled
in accordance with this notice will be
put in the hands of a Justice for col
lection. The business will after that
dote be carried on by H. W. Smith.
Smith & M Buidk.
New Bloomfleld, Jan. 23, 1S77. If
Tailoring promptly and well done.
We will furnish you the goods, or you
can bring your own material, and be us
sured of having a good fit.
Only a Fip. 1 have received another
lot of good colors of the 0t cent prints.
Lots of other NEW GOODS are also in
Store and for sale at a bargain. Call
and see them.
Schwartz Holds the Fort for the Cheapest
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, &cM in the
County. Give him a call.
IS" Spots on the Sun do not visibly diminish
its brilliancy, but spots, pimples or blotches
upon the face, neck or arms, seriously detract
from female beauty. They may, however, be
completely removed by the daily use of Qlcnn's
8ulphur Soap. Depot, Crlttcntnn's No. 7, 0th
Ave., N. Y. Hill's Hair & Whisker dye, brown
or black, 50 cenlB. 84w
Dyspepsia Dyspepsia Djspcpslu.
Dyspepsia Is the most perplexing of all hu
man ailments. Its symptoms are almost in
finite in their variety, and the forlorn and
despondent victims of the disease often fancy
themselves the prey, In turn of every known
malady. This 18 due, in part to the close
smypatby which exists between the stomach
and the brain, and in part also to the fact that
any disturbance of the dlgestlvo function
necessarily disorders the liver, the bowels and
the nervous system, and effects to some ex
tent, the quality of the blood.
E. F. Kuukel's Bitter Wine of Iron is a sure
cure. This is not a new preparation, to be
tried and found wanting, It has been prescribed
dally for many years In tbo practice of emi
nent physicians with unparalleled success ( It
Is not expected or Intended tn curs all the
diseases to which the human family Is sub
ject, but Is warranted to cure Dyspepsia In Its
most obstinate form. Kunkel's Bitter Wine
of Iron never fails to cure. Symptoms of
Dyspepsia are loss of appetite, wlud and rising
of the food, dryness of the mouth, heartburn,
distension of the stomach and bowels, consti
pation, headache, dizziness, sleeplessness and
low spirits. Try tbo great remedy and be con
vinced of its merits. Get tho genuine. Take
only Kunkel's which Is put only in (1 bottles.
Depot 259 North Ninth St., Philadelphia. Ad
vice by mail free, by sending a 8 cent stamp.
Try one bottle of Kunkel's Iron and be con
vinced of its merits. Sold by druggists and
Worms I Worms ! Worm 1
Removed alive. Tape worm removed alive
in from two to three hours, with vegetable
medicine. Head and all passing from the sys
tem alive. No fee till bead passes. The Doc
tor never falls to remove Tape, Seat, Fin and
Stomach Worms. Ask your druggist for a
bottle of Kunkel's Worm Syrup. Price, 81.
Ser bottle. It never falls, or send to Dr.
unkel, 29 North Ninth Street, Philadelphia,
Fa., for circular with full instructions, by en
closing 3 cent stamp for retura of same.
Kunkel's Worm Syrup is used for children or
adults with perfect safety, as it is vegetable
Buy It and try It. - I04t
For Sale. A good " Radiant Light''
Base burning Stove, for Snle Cheap for
Cash. Apply to S. II. Bkck, New
Philadelphia Produee and Stock Report.
I'nti.AitRi.i-illA, March loth, 1877. There Is a
better (eelliiR among business clrch'S, but no
material chnime In quotation. Them Ik but
little dnnnnil for wheat, while corn I decidedly
dull. 1'rlces are, Wheat, rani)m; Corn. f40,'6;
Kye, 74i'7H : (lata, 8ti44 1 1 Clovnrspnl, ).'lfl.
Htock qntitallons are: Penn'a. H. It.. 4414 1 Head
!"B K. R.. 1: Nor, Central. 21!$: lxlilch Val
ley, 41: I'hil a.and Kile, 1 1!4: Hold, m.
County Price Current.
B LOOM FIELD, March 12, 18:7.
Klax-Seed 1 US
Butter V pound, (fresh roll) IS
Packed llutter pound, 10
Bkrs V dozen, 10 "
Dried Apples fl pound :)4 ct"
Dried Peaches s12uts.
Cherries 0 GO ots, "
" Pitted, OoOOOets. '
Blackberries, OOOct. "
CAKI.18I.R PRODUCE MARKET.
WOODWARD E 110BB.
Carlisle, March 10, 1877.
Family Flour 16.25
Superfine Rye Flour 3..ri0
White Wheat, new 1 30
Bed Wheat,new 1.30
Com. (new) - 43
Cloverseed, 9.00 a P. 00
SKWPOUT M ARKETS.
Corrected Weekly by KougK A Mrother.
GllAIIS Ac lItOlTJCI0.
Newport, March 10, 1H7.
Flour, Extra 16 25
" Sutter. 4 60
White Wheat V bu 137al 37
Red Wheat . 132 132
Oats V 83 pounds, 30630
Clover Seed 9 2509 2?
Timothy Seed 1 80
Flax Seed 1 00
Potatoes 80 CD 80
Bacon 10 O 14
Dressed Hogs 5cts.
Ground Alumn Salt 1 50 61 50
Llmeburner's Coal, 2 25
Stove Coal 4 00 O 5 00
Pea Coal 8 75
Gordon's Food per Sack 12 00
FISH, SALT, LIMK AND COAL
O! all kinds always on hand and tor sale at the
Lowest Market Rates.
Five per cent on for Cash.
Bnttjer Naolk. On the 7th or Jtmiarv, in
Liverpool, by Kev. A. II. Spangler, Mr. H. K.
Huyder. to Llr.zle J. Nagle.
Lower Owknr On the 11 ult, at the U. B.
Parsonage. In Liverpool, by the same, Mr. James
Lower, ol Plttston. Fa., to Miss Katie D., oldest
daughter of R. 1). Owens, of Liverpool, Pa.
Vohnandehson. At the same place, and by
the same, on the 1st Inst., Mr. John Vohn to Misi
Katie Anderson, all ol Perry enmity. Pa.
Kckman Ootshalu On Thursday 25th ult., at
the Lutheran parsonage, In Blain. by the Rev. J.
Frazler. Mr. James Kckman of Cumberland
county. to Katie K. (4tttshall of Perry county. Pa.
Mweokh Haht. On th 8th of March. 1S77 . at
the residence of (Jeneral Hull, nt Rnudy HiWMr.
George M.hweger to Miss Mary li. Hart (ft Ba
vllle iwp by I). Klstler, Esq.,
Death notices not exeeedlnpr lines lusettetl without
charire. lint S cents cr line will invariably be
rusrtred for Tributes of Respect, l'oetry. or other
G antt. In Centre twpj, on the 8th Inst., Joseph
Chester, son of Isaiah M. and Margaret Ganlt.
aged, 1 years, 7 months and 23 days.
ltBiTER. On the 1st of March, 1877, in Miller
township. Mr. Daniel Floyd Helter, aged 21 years,
9 months and k dajs. '
Beaver. On the 6th Inst., in Greenwood town,
ship. Bessie K daughter of Samuel L. and Mary
t. Beaver, aged 1 year. 7 monthsaiid 5 days.
Hiioop. On the Hi hot February, near Loysville.
Mrs. Jacob Shops, aged 62 years and 2 months.
Buniia r On the I8',h alt., In Spring township,
Mrs. Sarah Ann Sunday, aged 44 years, 4 months
and 1ft days.
Donkrhierobh. On the 2f.th tilt.. In Tyrone
township. Miss fcmma C. Dunkelbvrger, aged 16
years, 11 mouths and 26 days.
LioiiTNER.-On the 28th ult. near Loysville,
Franklin, infant son of James Llghtner, aged 1
year, 4 months aud 16 oays.
Notice Is hereby given that the following As
slgnee accounts have Iwn nied in the Prothono
tary office and will be presented to the court for
continuation. on Wednesday the 11th ot April
next, where all parties may attend If they think
proper, to wit:
1. The Hrst and partial account of A. B. Grosh,
and W. B. Stamuaugli, Assignees under deed of
voluatary assignment for the benellt of creditors
of George H. Martin.
2. The llrst and flnal account of Andrew 8.
Whitekettle and Samuel Markel Assignees of Ml
chicl Gallor. of Haville township. Perry county.
Pa., under deed of voluntary assignment for the
brnettf of creditors.
3. The account of Perry Kreamer assignee of
Ephraiin Itussell.of Greenwood twp.. Perry cn.,
Pa., and Martha his wife, in trust for the benefit
of the creditors of the said Ephraim Russell under
a deed of voluntary assignment, Executed the
tirst day of April, 1875.
Prothonotary's oIlce, Bloomtield.
March, 10, 1877. D. MICKEY, Proth'y.
THE subscriber, Executor of Fred K. Dum, do.
ceased, will sell at his late residence in Tyrone
SATURDAY, MARCH 24th, 1877.
The following described real estate, viz :
NINETY ONE ACRES mors or loss of land sit
uate in Tyrone two., having thereon erected.
TWO BRICK HOUSES, a good BANK BAKNaud
various other out buildings.
There al e on the premises, a good young or
chard of Apple and Peach trees just coming into
bearing aud another old apple orchard.
Also at the Same time, there will be sold one
half Interest iu a tract of timber land of said de
ceased, situate in Haville twp., containing about
8 acres more or less.
The cultivated laud has been leased for one
year and the sale is made subject to said lease.
TERMS OF HALE: One third of the pur
chase money to be paid when the property U
stricken down aud the remainder on the 7th of
April 1877. when a deed will be delivered and pos
session will be given.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock a. m., of
said day. For further information call on or ad
dress W. H. DUM, Executor,
March 6, 1877.).' (KUiottsburg, Perry ca, Pa.
NOTICE Is hereby given that application will
be m ule at the April term of tba Court
of Quarter Heslons,for a decree incorporating the
town of Blulti and vicinity iiiloa Borough, under
the general borough laws of this state.
V. D. ME&hKKMAN, St.
March eth, 1877. ,
Bv irtnsof stindrv writs oi Venditioni Kxnnnas.
writs of Fieri Kaclss, and writs of Levnrl Facias,
laiuedout. of lh Court of Common l'lens of Perry
county, Pa., find to me dlricted, I will expose to
public snle, nt the Court llniipe, In the borough uf
F May, (lie 80rA nf March, 1877,
at one o'clock P. M. of said dny, the following de
scribed real es.ate, to wit i
A TRACT OK LAND, iltunta In Tyrone (own
ship, Perry county, Fa., enntnining Bit acres, more
or left, shout 40 seres cleared, hounded by Innds
nf John Wlngcrt, V. U. Fetter, YV. Power and i.
Umholti!, having thereon erected a two-story log
bouse, frame kilchen, nnd log stable; as the prop
erly of John Rosa and Maria Ron.
Also, A TRACT OF WOODLAND, sltnats in
Turcarora townihip, Perry county, Pa., enntnlnltig
60 acres, more or less, bounded by lands of Ephrnlin
Acker, Mitchell Klecktier and the Juniata county
line as the property of Davinon Miller.
Also, A TP ACT OF LAND, situate in MIM.r
townthip, Perry county, P , containing 120 seres,
more or Icm, nhout 80 acres tleareil, bounded by
lands or Win. C. McFsdden, Wright t Blackburn,
Alexander Baker, Wm. llench, and others, having
thereon erected a two-story log house, log barn and
outbuildings as the property of George Mfttchett.
Also, A two-story weatherboarded llOUSR, nut
building, and lot of ground, situate in the borough
of Duneannon, Perry county, Pa., bounded on the
northwest by High street, on the west by Joan
Wilkinron. on the east hy tho heirs of Lawrenc
tiross, on the northenst by P. R. R., being 60 feet
front and about 140 feet deep ; as tho property of
Alfo, that certain PIECE or LOT OF GROUND,
situate in Greenwood township, Perry eounty, Pa,,
and bounded and derorilied as follows, to wltt Be
ginning a; a post, thence by lauds of A. Adains
south 8u degrees weft 40 porches to a black oak,
north 60J degrees west A3 perches to stone, thence
by lands of Thompson's heirs north 70 degrees
east 47 perches to a chestnut oak, thence by lands
formerly of Anthony Brandt south 04 degrees east
42 perches to a post, the place of beginning, con
taining 28 acres and 23 perches, be the same more
or less, together with the hereditaments and ap
purtenances ss the property of George Maus and
Maria Maus. ,
Also, A LOT OF GROUND, situate In the Wo.
of Millefstown, Perry county, Pa., bounded on the
north hy lot of Isaac Kinter, on the south by street
running to the river, on the east by Main street, on
the west by an alley, and having thereon erected
two-story frame weatherboarded house, a two
story log wnatberlioarded house, a .wagonmaker
shop and other outbuildings ; as the property of
Elisabeth R. and J. II. Klpp.
Also, A TRACT OF TIMBER LAND, sitwato
in Centre township, Perry county, Pa,, eontainiag
about 140 acres, more or less, bounded by lands of
Jacob Aitchinbaugh, J. lUthfon, C. Weaver, John
Rhem and others, as the property of Gotleib
Also. A TRACT OF LAND, situate in Watts
township, Perry county. Pa., containing 60 acres,
more or less, about 60 acres cleared, bounded by
lands of William Wright, Robert Thompson,
Hostetter, Wm. Fenicle's heirs, and others, am
having thereon erected a two-story log house, log
bank barn, and other outbuildings ; as the proper
ly of James Wright.
Also, A TRACT OF LAND, situate in Oliver
township, Perry county, Pa., containing 43 aores,
more or less, about 24 acres cleared, bounded by
lands of M ichael Hartrell, Buyer A Dtmaree, Elina
Roddy, John Webster and otl.era, and having
thereon erected a two-story log house, a log barn,
and other outbuildings j as the property of Abet
Also, A LOT OF iG ROUND, situate in Carrol
township, Perry county, Pa., bounded by road
leading to Bloomfleld, George Sweger and George
Sbearer, and having thereon erected a two-story
log bouse and outbuilding ; ag tbo property of X
S. MoCord. . .
Also, A TKACT OF LAND, situate In Carroif
township, Perry eounty, Pa., containing 87 aores,
more or less, about 12 acres cleared, Imonded by
lands of John ( Bear, David Hess, John Soule,
Henry Souder and others, having thereon ereoted
a on and a half-story log house and frame stable;
Also, A LOT OF GROUND, situate in tamo
township, eounty and State aforesaid, containing
one-half acre, more or less, bounded by lands of
John Huston, Adam Beam, John Soule and others,
and having thereon erected a one-story log house
and lime kilns.; as the property of John Berry.
Also, A HALF LOT OF GROUND, situate in
Liverpool borough, Perry Co., Pa., bounded on tho
north by lot of John Deitriok, on the west by an
alley, on the south by lot of Mrs. Arndt, and front
ing on Market street, and having thereon ereoted a
two-story frame house, frame stable and oatbuild-.
ings; as tho property of Jeremiah O'Neil.
Also, A TKACT OF LAND, situate in Oliver
township, in said county, containing 62 acres, more
or less, about 15 acres cleared, bounded by lands
of William Asper, Josiah Fickes, C.Long's beirs
and others, having thereon erected a ona and a
half-story stone house and outbuildings; as the
property of David P. Clouser.
Also, 2 LOTS OF GROUND, situate in tbo bor
ough of Mlllerstown, Perry Co., Pa., being Iota
Nos. 62 and 68 in the general plot of said borough,
bounded on the north by lot No 61, on the east by
Hemlook alley, on the south hy lot No. 64 and
fronting on Market street, said lots being eaoh 60
feet in tront and 180 foot deep, and having thoroon
ereoted a two-story double frame house, frame barn
and outbuildings ; as the property of David Socrlst.
Also, A LOT OF GROUND, situate in Newport,
Perry county, Pa., bounded on the north hy lot of
Jonas J. Smith, on the snath by an alley, on tho
east by an alley, and fronting on Sixth St., and
having thereon erected a two-story frame home,
frame stable and outbuildings;
Also. A TRACT OF WOODLAND, situate in
Centre twp., Perry Co., Pa., oontaining 86 aores
more or loss, bounded by lands of William Sboaf,
Henry Fickes, Henry J. Light, F. M. McKeehan
and others ; as the property of John C. Leonard.
Also, All that eertaia TRACT OF LAND, sit
uate in Miller twp., Perry Co., Pa., bounded and
described as follows: Beginning at a white oak
oorner on the south bank of tho crook, adjoining
lands of Peter Metscar, thenoe by lands of Joseph
Smith, up tbo ereek south twenty-four degrees,
west one hundred and sixty-two perches to a stono
pile, thence by land of Geo. Matohett, north twenty-eight
degrees, west one hundred and twenty
eight perches to stone heap on the bank of a small
run, thence by land f John Wright, north twenty
degrees, east forty-eight perebes to a white oak,
thence by the same, north ten degree, west forty
six perches to a pine, thence north forty degrees,
east sixteen and oae-half perobea to pine knot,
thence north eight degrees, east thirty-eight
iierohei to Peter Mctscar'n comer, joining H. Cuuih
ler'a land, thence by Metsoar's land, south 34 de
grees, east 62 perc hes to white oak, thence sontb
fifty degrees, cast twenty-one perches towbits oak,
thence sonth fifty-three degrees, east eighty-fivo
and one-half perches to white oak corner and place,
of beginning, oontaining 1 12 acres and 64 porches,
strict measure, together with the appurtenances ;
as the property of William C. McFaddnn.
Seised and taken in execution, and to be sold hy
J. W. WILLIAMSON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Bloomfleld, I
Feb. 3, 1877. '
Note. Tan per eent. of the purchase money to
bo paid when the property ia stricken down, and
tho balance on tho second Monday of April. A.
ROCHESTER SEEDS. .
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Colored Plates, desorllies m varieties of Flowers.
REID'S FRESH FLOWER SEEDS
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14 Choice varieties and The Tribute), 60 cents.
Vegetables Seeds substituted If preferred.
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