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'THE TIMES,1 NEW JllidOMl'lELD, PA'.,' Al'Itlli '21, 1877.
lENNSYLVANIA 8. B.-MISDLjTwVISIOS.
On snd sfter November 17th, Trains tun as follow i
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"Platbura Kxnreit IrmTrs Hsrrlshnrir it 11. oil P.M.
Pnnnanunn ll.au l flnw-l ; NcwiHirt 11.67 (Aa) and ar
rive at I'lttnlmrK at 6 16 A. at.
Philadelphia Express leaves Altnons at 10.00 p. ni.,
TyruueatUi.&l p. in.. Hmitiiurriou 11.14 p. in., Lewis
tourn J., 19. ao a. m., Mi 171 in 19.54a.m.. HamimrH 9.40a.tn.
lf(lolnf West, the Way 1'anHeturor leaves Harris
bnrjrliall) - (i other train I.ally except Hmi'lay.
6"1nir Fat, th Allaiitlo F.xpress leaves Aftoona.
Bally, the other tralua Dally except Sunday.
Ilrlcf ItOltl. .
Shad have niiiilo their ftniH-ttrunoe in
the Juniata, evt'riil havlnir tat-n caught
X Mitchell's last week. , , ,
Judge Oanibcrling onoof the associate
Jwdges of Snyder county, died on the
18th inst., of hemorrhage.
The rain which visited this section so
opportunely last week, wa9 widely
spread and was as welcome In other
btateB as In this.
Doea have been making havoc among
the sheep near Ickesburg. On one re
rant night, Mr. Ueo. B. Hneafler had six
killed and several injured.
The People's Freight Railway with all
its valuable (VI rights and franchises is
to be sold at Blieriir's sale in I'hila'da.
on the 7th of May. , . .
VT Miss Ella Burn commenced subscrip
tion school yesterday. : Khe is an effi
cient teacher and we hope will be liber
We have not received the last two
numbers of that excellent christian
weekly, The CMMian at Work. 'What
has become of it V
few nights since some person forced
oflT some of the weather boards of Messrs.
Fickes & Bro's. ware house in Newport
and stole a keg of flsh and some meat. :
yOn Friday a week Mr. H. C. Lewis
was quite seriously injured by a pole
falling on him at Losh's Hun, a spike
in the pole cutting his head severely. '
VAt the late residence of Jacob limner,'
in Carroll twp., two and a half miles
south of Bloomfleld, on April Stith;
will be sold, household goods and
kitchen furniture. ., ,;;., -
"Capt. Win. Fry, formerly a resident
of Liverpool this county, has removed
to the state of Nebraska, where he in
tends giving his entire attention to stock
raising. There is no doubt he will be
missed very much by those who were
acquainted with him as he was generally
known as a gentleman and a thorough
Rev. C. F. HotTmoier, formerly of this
county, died at his residence in Lancas
ter on last Thursday evening from a
stroke of paralysis. ' His funeral ser
vices will take place this (Tuesday)
afternoon at 3 o'clock, in the 1st lief,
church at Lancaster. -
The KautTman Will Case. In the matter
of the application for a new trial in
case of Henry Kauffman's Executors
vs. Mary Long, in which the venue was
changed from Perry county to Snyder.
Judge Bucher discharged the rule for . a
new trial on the 19th inst., and judg
ment was entered for plaintiffs. This
sustains the will of Henry KautTman,
and his estate, amounting to about $80,
000 will be distributed in accordance
with said will. , ...... . ,.,
t-A Panic On Saturday evening a Week
while a performance was going on at
Bennell's hall in Duncannon, the tieata
in the back part of the room broke down
with a great crash and for a time it pro-
, duced quite a scare, some thinking ibe
floor had given way. Some persons re
ceived barked shins, but beyond the
scare thte was all the personal damage
known to be done. ' ,'
An Accident. Mr. George Ernesti
formeriy of this" county ; but now en
gaged in the mercantile business in
EUzabethville, Dauphin eo., met with
quite a serious accident a few days ago.
He was oo his way to this county, ac
- companied by his wife and her sister,
when his horse became frightened and
ran away throwing all out of the vehi
cle, quite seriously injuring Mrs. Ernest,
and bruising Mr. E. about the face and
head. The sister also received slight
Injuries. 1 '
A Suicide. Leonard Falkenstein, who
lives on Water street, Chambersburg,
Pa., and works in the woolen mill, com
mitted suicide on fJunday . morning . of J
last week. On r&turday he drew his
weekly wages at the .Treasurer's office
and went away in seemingly good spirits.
Later in the evening he went to Miller's
drug store and bought an ounce oft laudf
anun saying he wanted it for his wljej
and that he would take a dose himself as
he was suffering with the rheumatlsni. .
That his intention was to kill himself
is evident from the fnct thRt he told two
of his friends that they should take cure
of his wife for. on the morrow there
would be no Leonard Falkenstein. JAb
he was somewhat under the influence of
liquor, little or no attention was paid to
the statement. ; About one o'clock Sun
day morning he went home and swal
lowed the fatal draught. He lingered
until eleven o'clock A. M., when he
died. He was about fifty years of age,
and leaves a wife and two children both
grown. No reasons have been given for
the rash act and it is supposed that Is
was done while he was under the influ
ence of liquor. ; " ; i ! J ; ( :
X.The Pull-Back Outdone by the Eel-Skin.
The "eel-skin" dress Is now the great
rage both In London and Paris. In the
wildest days of the tie-back or pin-back
mania there never was seen such a
tightness In the matter of skirt as now
prevails. Whatever the paucity of folds
in the pin-back in its f router part, in
the enormous exuberance of the pannier
or bustle the balance was struck. But
now, not only is the bustle a thing of
horror, but even the necessary under,
clothing is considered de trop. To
lengthen the waist far tieyondiU natural
proportions, a stiff webbing of elustio is
fastened to the stays to the depth of
half a foot, and to this, at first, narrow
skirts were buttoned. But even this is
now abandoned for another scheme to
acquire slenderness. ' Mrs. Swisshelm'B
much-rldlculed chemlloon is in demand,
and garments made in this way are sold
at the furnishing shops, and patterns of
it pass eagerly from hand to hand among
lady friends. Some ladies have had
regular stage tights made in thick
webbing, and over these they wear noth
ing but the outer dress, underskirts
being simulated by pleated ruffles of
white muslin, sewn to the edge of the
dress, which is then tied back till the
woman within is shackled almost like a
convict in a chain-gang. No more un
comfortable fashion ever was devised,
for not only are the limbs confined by
the binding dress, but the wearer must
constantly concern herself about the
condition of the bodice, that portion
being in incessant danger of turning
itself up behind, wrong side out, like an
umbrella in a windstorm. The desired
effect of youthful slenderness is gener
ally obtained by the "eel-skin," but at a
good deal of sacrifice of personal ease.
The Bee Question. The following let
ter answers a query of a subscriber :
Camden, N. J., April 14th, 1877.
F. Mortimer A Co. Gentlemen, Dear Bin
Under Sritf Ittmt, April 10th, I noticed an
item that a subscriber's beei have dled,althongh
well-stocked with honey and Brood. As this
ie a matter of course, and I think no practical
bee keeper would be able to give Just direct
canse of dying. It has oftenod happened be
fore, In different localities, and seasons, and
from different Cannes, that we bee keepors uro
unable to tell. They might have been dis
eased, caused from impure honey, gathered
from poisonous plants. Too many old bees In
the hive which die on their own accord, which
may have weakened them down that ao few
young bees remained that they were not able
to keep up the natural heat during the cold
spell we had, and got chilled and died. Again
the swarms might have been weak altogether
and the warm few days we bad this spring
caused the Queens to run over the combe and
deposit eggs, and then turn cold again, and
brood did hatch, got chilled, and remained in
comb, hence caused brood found in comb.
Again there may be some other unknown
cause would be much pleased to see a Bee de
partment In Tub Times, &c. Also pleased to
learn from bee keepers In different fields. Also
their addresses, as I am manufacturing a hive
to sell. .Mo patent, no humbug to sell. All
beekeepers please address T. T. Whitman,
& Co., manufacturer of the Model bee hive,
Camden, N. J. ' T : i . , . '
Court Proceedings. The following is
a continuation of the proceedings of
Court published in last week's Times:
J. C. McAllister, Esq., District Attor
ney, with leave of the Court ntered
nolle prosequies in the 'following cases,
the costs having been paid:
James Kitner,' charge fornication and
bastardy, on oath of Fanny Garlln.
Amanda Sans, charge perjury ,by Geo.
Geo. Klotz,charge perjury , by Amaada
W. B. Brink,charge larcency by Banks
Sarah Albert; charge lewdness and
adultery on oath of Anna Coon.
Daniel Coon, charge adultery by Anna
Coon. . ,
Frank Dei trick, charge fornication and
hastardy by Ellen Tltzel.
Jacob Frownfelter.charge huckstering
without license by Esquire Kroll.
H. H. Fisher, surety of the peace ou
oath of W. W. Farnswortb.
Leo Lantz, fornication and bastardy
42harged by Margaret Harrold.r 1
1 Ida Miller, charge libel made by Thoe.
John S. . Baughman,' embezzlement,
charge made by J. W. Gantt.
Isaao Miller. Mary It, Miller and John
Colycr .charged with assault on an oftloer,
, on oath of John Potter.
hoao rBooSfitiiNds. ,T
In the matter of the order granted . at
October Sessions, 1876, to view and
change or vacate Juniata Creek road
from near small bridge east of Montebel
lo Furnace to intersection of old rood
east of Harklnson's factory in Wheat
'lield twp., the Court appoint John Hus
ton, John Bear and' 'lienry Souder who
!are substituted and appointed as viewers
.instead of the first viewers who declined
I to act, and the order is continued.
I Aaron M. Kgolf, Wm, W. Snyder and
Henry lUnesmith appointed to view and
jvacate road from near Jacob Shatto's
over the hill by Joseph iliaok's land to a
Joint near John Solo's church on Bandy
lollow road, in Carroll twp.
ItEPOHT Of VI81TOHS TO TOOK 110UHK..
"The undersigned visitors of the
Poor JIoiiBe and premises of said coun
ty, beg leuve to present this report for
the year now expired.
" Our visits were made generally in a
body. Some of us went Individually and
at different seasons of the year. We
looked at everything In and about the
premises, trying each time to find some
thing to make complaint to the Steward;
but are happy to say that we generally
failed in these enterplses, as we found
things In about as good condition as it
is practicable to have them even in
' Centennial times.'
" The farm is in excellent order, and
well cultivated ; the crops of last year
in part exceeded the average yield of the
seuson. The main building Is certainly
neat and clean ; and our worthy Steward
and his excellent wife seem to be untir
ing in their devotions and attentions to
the more helpless, Infirm and sick in the
institution. Their duties are ardous and
deserve criticism sparingly.
" The bam and all other out-bulldlngs
appear to be in good repair. The smoke
house Is well-filled ; hay and grain are
In good supply; the growing crops prom
ise well ; the cattle and mules in good
condition ; and nothing demands redress
or correction that we could discover.
We are of the opinion that ' our Poor
House' and its allUlrs are as well admin
istered as any similar institution in the
State. That the Steward and our excel
lent Board of Directors are making every
effort to husband and economise our re
sources so as not to conflict with human
ity we firmly believe. The duties of the
Board at this time are very trying, as
the scarcity of labor has reduced many
outside poor to real want, and particu
larly atlccts that thriftless portion of the
population who appear to try to be de
pendent on others lor support.
The defect in one of the flues or heat
ers, referred to by our predecessors, has
not been remedied, because no man has
been found sufficiently skilful to make
the improvement ; but still the House
has been sufficiently heated ; if one of
the water pipes did freeze, they did not
burst, and may do good service yet.
"Jacob Sheiblky, ,
W. H. ClTLDEIlTSON,
And now, April, 10, 1877, Report read
and ordered to liled and entered of record
by the Clerk of the Court ; and it is
ordered that each of the Visitors be
paid $10,00 as compensation for his
And for the ensuing year, Samuel
Hoffman, Perry Kreamer and Lewis
Gilflllen, Esqs., are hereby appointed
Visitors to the Poor House of Perry co.,
who are to examine from time to time,
whether the farm is kept in good condi
tion, and the farming operations are
conducted in a business-like and profita
ble manner, whether the buildings are
kept in suitable condition, whether the
inmates of the Institution are properly
cared for, &c, and suggest what improve
ments, in any respect, if any. should in
their oninion be made. The Clerk of the
Court is hereby directed to notify each of
these visitors or ms appointment ana or
the duties devolved on them ,
By the CouitT.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last week :
It is positively announced now that
Bro. Bratton has sold the Volunteer
ofilce to Hon. Samuel Wherry ,of South
ampton, for $S,0O0. Mr. Wherry takes
possession on. Thursday next. It is also
rumored that Leeds, of the Jcrald, will
take charge of the Volunteer local de
partment under the new management.
On Saturday morning the defendants
convicted of arson were brought into
court, district attorney moved the court
for judgment. The court imposed the
following sentences, after short speeches
for clemency in behalf of several con
victs. . Edward Lytle, 0 years, in Eastern
George McCartney, 7 years in Eastern
W. F. Henwood, 3 years in Eastern
J. A. Hatton, 1 year in Eastern Peni
In a recent issue we noted a painful in
jury which Mr. John M. Scobey,residing
a short distance southwest of this place,
had sustained in running a splinter into
his hand on Thursday a week. Erysip
elas set in the wound and notwithstand
ing skillful medical attendance, he sank
very rapidly, Buffering terribly until
death came about noon on last Friday.
Mr. Scobey was well known in this
place and was held in high esteem by a
large circle of friends. lb
Harry, aged 11 years, only son of Rob
ert Duke, of Shippensburg, Cumberland
county, met his death on last Thursday
evening, under the following circum
stances. It seems that he had been en
gaged in play with some other children
of the same age, and that in lying ou
his back for some purpose, one of the
playmates fell upon him, injuring him
internally from the effects of which in
jury he died on Friday evening.
The Mount Holly Echo says: On
Thursday of last week, Mr. C. Ilarman,
of this place, lost two valuable milch
cows by an unknown disease. The
animals were attacked with the disease
only a few hours before they died. The
disease Is prevailing in slime parts of
Adams county and many horses and
cattle have died from it.
A. R. Mateer, confined in the county
prison for participation in the burning
in ShippenHburg, escaped from his con
finement on Friday afternoon a week
since. His manner of escape was in
genious, and exhibited that cunning
which is ever the handmaid of criminals
of note. In the flnt pla!e he had a pad
lock to ojen and a large bolt to spring
tiaek before he could get out of his cell.
The padlock feat he accomplished by
means of a large nail, and the bolt was
forced back by the use of a couple of
large staples after a brick had beeu
taken out. This accomplished ids next
difficulty was to get outside of the Jail.
This was accomplished by means of a
disguise, and as the sheriff was letting
out four visitors, on said afternoon, Ma
teer was among them in his dlsgulse,and
so complete was the deception no one
suspected him. His escape was not dis
covered until an hour had passed, when
the sheriff immediately advertised him,
offering $100 reward for his capture.
Removal. J. T. Mcsslmer bos remov
ed his Shoo Shop to the room adjoining
F. B. Clouser's office, 4 doors west of the
Post-Office, where he will make to order
Boots and Shoes of all kinds. Repair
ing promptly and neatly executed. He
will also keep on hand a good assort
ment of Boots and Shoes, which he will
sell at low prices. Give him a call. 17
Market Wagon. Some mean persons
have been travelling through tills pow
Hon of the county claiming to represent
the Newport Market Car. Persons wish
lug to deal with the market cor Wagon
should notice that the name of Charters
A Smith Is on the vehicle. The wnsron
visits Bloomfleld every Monday at short
ly alter noon.
I Church Notices,
Presbyterian Church Preaching at 11
A; M., and 7i P. M., on Sunday next.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening
at 7 o'clock.
Preaching in the Reformed Church
Sunday next at 2 o'clock P . M.
Preaching in the Lutheran church
next Sabbath at 10 o'clock A. M. 1
' Llpponcott'a Magazine.
Lipmncott's Maoazihi for May it an nn
nsnally varied number. Of the Illustrated
articles, "Down the Rhine," the first of a
series by Landy Blanche Murphy, It noticeable
both for the exquisite engravings aid itt
agreeable sketches of famous old towns,
romantic scenery, and the quaint costumet
and primitive habit of the Alsatian peasantry.
"Parislam Club-Life" It described at length
by O. H. Harding, while Channcey Illckox
dlecnsses briefly tome of Bchllemann's dis
coveries, and gives the welcome intelligence
that the 'great explorer is about to revUit
America. Walter Mitchell writes musingly
and critically of "Bnrlals and Burlal-Placea,"
and J. Brandor Matthews glvet a quantity of
theatrical gossip and anecdotet relatives to the
subject of "Damned Plays." Of stories, In
addition to a long Installment of "Tho Mar
quis of Lossle," which bat now reached a
crisis, we have "The Abbess of lochia," by
Robert A. McLeod, which hat a tragical
Interest l a humorous love story, called "A
Superfluity of Naughtiness," by Edward
Bellamy and ' "A Queen of Burlesque,"
which is both odd and pathetic, and it evidently
drawn from real life. There - are poems by
Emma Lazarus, Mary B. Dodge, and other
writers, and the Monthly Gossip coutalnt a
number of short papers on "Bulgarian Rose
Harvests," "Sellings a Houso," and other
miscellaneous topics. The contents are of a
thoroughly popular and attractive character.
E. F. KnnkePs Bitter Wlue of Iron.
It bat never been known to fall in the cure of
weakness attended with symptoms Indisposition
to exertion, lost of memory, difficulty of
breathing, weakness, horror or disease, night
sweats, cold feet, weakness, dlmnest of vision.
languor, universal lassitude of the muscular
system, enormous appetite, with dyspeptic
symptoms, hot hands flushing of the body,
dryness of the skin, pallid countenance and
eruptions on the face, eyelids, frequent black
spots flying before the eyes, with suffusion and
lost of sieht. want of attention, etc. Sold
only in $1 bottles. Get the genuine. Dopot
and otuce, zou isortn Mntn t., riiiiaaeipuu.
Advice free. Ask for E. F. Kunkel't Bitter
Wine of Iron, and take no other make. Gen
uine told only In 51 bottles.
Nervous Debility ! rrons Debility.
Debility, a depressed Irritable state of mind,
a weak, nervous, exhausted feeling, no energy
or animation, eonlused head, weak memory,
the consequences or excesses, mental over
work. This nervous debility finds a sovereign
enre in is. IT. Kunkel't Bitter Wine or Iron
It tones the system dispels the mental gloom
and despondency, and rejuvenates the entire
system. Sold only in tl bottles. Get the
genuine. Hold Dv all druggists. Ask lor K.
KuDkel't Bitter Wine of Iron, and take no
other. Genuine sold only in f 1 bottles, or six
bottles for 5. All I ask is a trial of this
valuable medicine. It will convince the most
skeptical of its merits.
Never Failing Worm Syrnp.
E. F. Kunkel't Worm 8yrup never falls to
destroy rln. tteat and Stomach Wormt. Dr.
Knnkel It the only successful physician who
removes Tape Wormt In two hours. Head
and all complete alive, and no re till head
passes. Common sense teaches If Tape Wormt
can be removed, all other wormt can be readily
destroyed. Send for circular to Dr. Knnkel,
259 North Nlntb St., Philadelphia, Fa., or ask
gonr druggist for a bottle of Kunkel't Worm
ymp. Price per bottle. It never fails.
Used by children or grown persons with perfect
safety. 14 lm
13?" White, smooth and toft any lady's
hands, arms or neck may become, who uses
Glenn's Sulphur Soap. Pimples or other dls
figurmentt of a complexlonal nature, are
surely obliterated by this healthful promoter
of beanty. Depot, Crittenton't No. 7 Sixth
Avenue, N. Y. Hill's hair & Whisker Dye,
black or brown, 60cts. 14.4w
I will mall the recipe for preparing a
simple Vegetable Balm that will lemove Tan,
FRECKLES. I'lMl'LKS and Blotches, leaving
the skin soft, clear and beautiful; also Instruc
tions for producing a luxuriant growth of hair
on a bald bead or smooth face. Address, en-clos-ng
10 cents, BEN. VANDKLF ti CO., Box
6121, No. S Wooster St., New York. IrtaM snios.
ERRORS OF YOUTH.
ACKNTLKMAN who suffered for years from
Nervous Debility, frcmature Decay, and all
the effects of youthful indiscretion will, for the
sake of suffering humanity, send free to all who
need It, the recipe and direction for making the
simple remedy by which he was cured. Suilerers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's experience
can do so by addressing in perfect confidence.
JOHN B. OUDKN, 42 Cedar St., New York.
A Certain Headache Cure.
A harmless vegetable preparation, and the
discovery of a phsiuian, the Victor Headache
Powder ha tn proven a positively sure euro
for the most distressing cases of Hick or Nervous
lleadaohe. Morning sickness and Neuralgia, a
single powder actually curing In teu miuutet
when all other means fall. We have had a won
derful experience with It, and the ten eeat trial
J ack can I had by addressing the proprietors,
I. K. HKI8I.EY & OO.. Kaleui N. J , ko will
cheerfully mail them postpaid, and of Druggists
everywhere and It U with well merited commence
they are otlmed as a thorough cure for all dis
tresses of the head. S ly
JOB PBINTIVO of every description neatly
executed on short uotio aud at reasonable
rates at this onice.
Philadelphia Produoe and Stook Report.
Piirl.Anrt.riiiA,' April 21. The week has Iwn
one of unusual (xeiiement, anil prices ol product!
have had violent fluctuation. The market close
to day with lower prices and less demand. Pres
ent quota! Ions are: Wheat, IWW'.'iki (with prlrm
Unsettled.) Corn, fil 'S3 i Oats, 4KtfW RyeUHtliH
Gold ha nfivaiiced since last report and tr)ck
of all kind are greatly depressed. We quote
renn'a. It, It.. .1' Heading II. it., lif'ii Dill's c
Kile. (I: Nor. Central.. 1(1 1 Lchlr.li Valley. ;iui
County Price Current.
Hi.mmriii.n. April 23. 187T.
Klax-Meed 1 iin ,
Butter V pound, (fresh roll) 1 20
Packed Butter V pound, '10
Egg V dozen 12 "
Dried Apples fl pound V ots"
Dried Peaches,..., HQ12ets.1ll6
Cherries,..,.. 0 tl ots. "
' Pitted OOOOOots.
Blackberries,,.., 1 OfJOcts. " .
SEWI'OKT MAllKKTS. '
Corrected Weekly by Kmigfi dr Xrvlhet.)
. , : i DIALERS IK
OltA-IIV Jte IMtOIJTJOlC.
Newpokt, April 21,
Flour, Extra IS 60
" Huper. , t 00 ' '
White Wheat V bu... I 76 a 176
Red Wheat 1 70 0170
Corn 42 04r,
Oats V 32 pounds, ' 3f.tJV
Clover Seed 8 noes 60
Timothy Seed ,. 1 60 -
Flax Seed ' 1 00
Potatoes I 30f81 to
Bacon,.. S O 12
Dressed Hogs, i
Ground Alumn Salt 1 40 Ol 40
Llmeburner's Coal, J 18
Stove Coal '. 4 00 O 4 50
Pea Coal ., t to
Gordon's Food per Back .......1200
FISH, SALT, LIME AND COAL.'
Ol all kinds always on hand and for tale at the
Lowest Market Kates.
W Five per cent on for Cash.
CARLISLB PRODUCB MARKET.
WOODWARD & BOBB.
m Carlisle. April 14, 187J.
Family Flour ic.25
Superfine Rye Flour
White Wheat, new 170
Bed Wheat.new. 1.65-
Corn, (new) , 48- :
Oatt, ; 87"
Cfoverseed , B.OOai.OO'
Tlmothyseed, , . ,,
Kesler Barkstrbhker. On Thursday, the lMh
Inst., at the Lutheran Parsonage In Blaln by Rev.
J. Frazler, Mr. Geo. F. Kesler to Miss Mary Ann
Barkstresser. All of Ferry county, Pa.
Death notices not exceeding ( lines Inserted wfthmit
cnarire. lint 6 cents per line will Invariably ti,
chariffd for Tributes of Respect. Poetry, or ottwv
McKprnEY In Centre township, on the loth
inst., Patrick McKeuney, aged 71 years. 1
month and 9 days.
HorpMEiER At Lanacaster. Pa., on the lXh
Inst, Key. O. F. Uoffmeierged 73 years, months
nnd 26 days.
BooTH-On the 19th of April, 1876, In Pltts
fiigh. Pa., Mrs. Mary Catharine Booth, wife of
Mr. John Booth, formerly of Duncannnn, this
county, aged 37 years. 6 months and 13 days.
My dear sister has gone to her rest.
To the bright mansions above, .
Where she shall forever be blest.
And safe in Jesus' pure love.
QEORGE H. MARTIN
BLAIN, PERBT COUNTY, PA. '
Special attention given to the collection of
claims, and any other business entrusted to him
will receive prompt attention. Charges moderate.
April, 19th, 1877.
yrOTICK TO TAX-PAVEBs!
COIUTT COMMISSIONERS' APPEALS JOR 1877.
Notice is hereby given that appeals based on the
Boring changes of 1877, will be held by the Board
of County Commissioners at their office in the
Court House, as follows:
For the boroughs of Duneannon, Liverpool,
Marysville, Mlllerstown, New Buffalo, and New
port, and the townships of Buffalo, Greenwood,
Howe, Liverpool, Miller, Oliver,Penn,Bye,Watts.
and Wheatfleld, on ,
TUESDAY. THE 8th DAT OF MAY, 1877.
For the boroughs of Bloomfleld and Landisbnrg
and the townships of Carroll, Centre, Jackson,
Juniata, Madison, Sandy Hill, Havllle, Spring.
Toboyne. Tuscarora and Tyrone, on
WEDNESDAY. THE 9th DAY OF MAY. 1877.
Where and at which timet all persons feeling
themselves aggrieved, will be heard by the Com
missioners and assessors of the several districts.
By order of the Board.
J. W. GANTT,
Attest: CALVIN N El LaON, Clerk.
April 10, 1877 4w.
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Notice Is hereby given that the petition of Solo
mon Rigbani, Assignee ol George Matchett and
w'le, has been Hied in Ihe Court of Common
Pleas of Perry county, praying for an order of
sale to sell the Real Estate of said Assignees, sit
uate In Miller township. Perry county. Pa., and
that the Court has fixed TUESDAY, the 1-th of
June, 1887, at 10 o'clock a. n.. for the hearing of '
said petition, when the same will be granted, un
less cause be shown to the contrary-.
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