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1 THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., SEPTEMBER 1, 1877.
PENNSTLUUIA R. H.-HIDDLB DIVISION.
On end uttm Jtine tilth, Trains mil as follow f
Wan Mall, Aoc
Ex. Trn Hi. I Aco.
I'urt ll )
N. Hamilton, .
tt.M' ..!. 10
11.04 I.!- 4HI
a. mi 1. an H.wi
fWPitiubBrir Express leave lfnrrislmrvat 11.00 p.m.
Diineanuoii 11.8.1 (fW)i Newport 11.67 () aud ar
rives at PrtifVnriratS.lOA. m.
tir44otmf Wwt. the Way Passenirer leares Harris
butv Dally the other trains Pally exeept fcumlav.
If Uohur Kat, the Atlantic Impress leavee Altoona
Dally, the other trains Dally except Buuriay.
ffWPaetfir- Fxprees Veit will atop at rhmonnnou at
4 4.6i auil at Newport at 6.17 a. m., when flaod-d.
DIpQiovIa Is prevailing ..among tlie
childreu 4 11 Spring twp.
'. Bee.Kul Entate advertisements on the
8th page of this paper.
There will be prenchlng at Ivlaln In
the Presbyterian Church, BAnnATii, 0th.
inst., at 10i o'clock, by the Kev. It. Mc
rherson. ".Ferguson" Is the name of a new
post oflioe established near Clark's Mills,
on the road from Newport to Mensvile.
V. C. Clark is post master.
Dr. Orris lost his valuable road horse
" Oyps)?1 last week. 8he died of poison,
but how it was administered 3s not
VA tramp was found in a ear at Marys
ville on (Sunday morning a week almost
dead from hunger and thirst. .He had
secreted himself in thecar where lie had
been for several days. ' v
Mrs. Charlotte A. Rice, Adminis
tratrix of Jacob A. Rice, dee'd., will sell
a valuable Mill Property, and Two
Tracts of Land in Baviile township, on
Tuesday, September 18th, 1877.
H. T. Sh'Arneu will sell In Madison
twp., 1 mile southwest of Centre, on
Tuesday, September 25th, a farm con
taining about 215 acres, with improve
ments. . Also 20 head of thorough-bred
We have heard of stingy men who
were also mean, but the meanest stingy
man we ever heard of, Is the man In
Miller township, who harrowed his
blackberry Held to prevent his neighbors
from picking the berries.
V The picnic held at Peck's Spring in
'Little Germany by the Excelsior Literary
Society, paseed of very pleasantly.last
Saturday a ..week. Mr. Andrew Eist
ler, of Loyevllle, and Mr. Geo. V.
Gehr addressed the Society with short
Mr. Samuel Strasbach, proprietor t of
the St. Cloud Hotel, at Marysville, is
. anxious as to tthe present whereabouts
of several gallons of liquor, a small sum
of mony and, a silver watch, which wore
all taken fro ml his bar room on Tuesday
A boy in Yosk county loaded a revolver
a. few nights ago to protect himself
. against robbers. While he was handling
the revolver it was discharged, a bullet
.entering the forehead of a companion
in bed. The injuries are believed not to
Mr. W. K. Black, formerly of this
place, but who now, resides In Dillsburg,
'.was thrown from a wagon last week,
and. had three of hie ribs broken and
1 was otherwise injured. The accident
. was, caused by his horse running away.
- His companion, Rev.JFullerton,escapel
with but little injury.
PhtUpShutt, of Halifax township,
iBaupbin county ,is the father of twenty
two children by two wives. He had by
his first wife four, and his last wife
eighteen children. Of .these, fourteen
.children are living. Hl last wife, by
whom be had eighteen, .only weighed
120 pounds. Mr. Shutt U now sixty-two
years old. ,
Andrew Johnston, of Hantlngdon,on
.Saturday.a week held a (Colt's seven
shooter txjtween his legs for the purpose
.of fixing ome defect. The hammer
was raised and a cap was in its place,
when therevolver dropped tothe ground,
and the load was discharged into his
(thigh. Although an old man lir. Johns
iton is exjpectea to recover.
Preaching In the M. E. Chutv.li next
Sunday at 71 o'clock P. M. Sunday
School at 9 o?clook A. M. Prayer meet
ing every Thursday evening.
Prayer meeting in the Reformed
church next Sunday at 2 P. M.
Buehneetlng. The Shermausdale Y.
M. C. A, will hold a bushmeeting on
Stouffer's Camp Ground, commencing
on Satckdav Evening Next, and
Continuing over Sunday. All are in
cited. Kicked. On Thursday last, Alex
ander Fleck, Esq., of fchermansdale
while on a visit to his brother in New
port was severely injured by a kick from
his horse as he was preparing to leave
for tome. He was taken to his broth
er's iesldence, where Dr. Eby cared for
his injuries. We are glad to state that
he Is in a fair way to soon be Around
The "Examination of Teachers iu this
county takes place a follows :
Newport, September 15th, 18T7; Dun
Cftnnon, Sept. 17 ; Marysville, Sept. J8th ;
New Buffalo, Sept. IfUhi Buffalo twp.,
Centre s. h., Sept. 20th Liverpool, 21st;
Mlllerstown, 22nd; Wheatrfeld twp.,
Falrvlew s. h., 24th ; Carroll twp.,
Hherinanmlale s. h., 25th ; Landhumrg,
2flth ; KUlottsburg, 27th Bloomfleld,
28th ; TuRcarora twp., No. 6 s. h., 2ith ;
Markelvllle . h., October 1st: Ickes
burg, October, 2nd, Sandy Hill, Oct.
8rd ; Andersonburg, Oct. 4th ; Mt. Pleas
ant, Oct. 6th.
Distressing Ooourrenoe. A correspond
ent furnishes us the following :
I am unrry to communicate to your pit per one ot
tlie ml6t and mirnt distressing misfortunes
that could possible oc.mr In any community. On
lust Thursday evening, Aimust 30th, aliout bed
time a young lady named MaRgle llniket, aged
21 years, MviiiK with Mr. Ernest, In Madison twp.,
left the house after doing tip all her chores at
about 8 o'clock 1". M., and proceeded to a well,
near the premises, uncovered It. ami deliberately
plunged into It a depth of tlitrty-ttve feet, where
Hhe was discovered after two days seBich through
the neighborhood, the victim was a well behaved,
religiously Inclined person, was a strict member
of Church and Sunday Hchool. Theclrcunislaiice
has caused an unusual sensation In the neighbor,
hood, eliciting a great deal of sympathy from all
sorts of people. It is supposed that her mind
wandered, as she was constitutionally weak In
body, but there Is still a mystery connected with
thetradgedy, and we can only conjecture ns to
the cause that led her to commit the terrible
deed. . U.K.
B. Mclntlre, Esq., hands us the follow
ing report of the weather for the month
of August, 1877 :
Average of Thermometer at 8 o'clock
a. m., 07 deg. and 42 min ; of Barometer
30 Inches minus 6-tenths. Average of
greatest degree of heat, 79 deg. and 45
mlu., and of cold 04 deg. Thursday ,the
Uth, was the warmest day, the Thermom
eter ruuning up to 80 degrees above zero,
and Sunday, the 6th, was the cooleBt,the
mercury sinking to 54. There full only
2 inches and 2-tenths of rain the small
est amount during the month of August,
since the year 1808, and the rain fell in
such small quantities at any one time,
that vegetation received no benefit from
it. This was the warmest August Blnce
1872. On Thursday, the 29th, the Ther
mometer being exposed to the sun ran
up to 148 or 60 degrees above blood-heat.
Dastardly Outrage by Tramps. On Tues
I day afternoon Milton Gramm boarded
an eastward bound freight train at
Bally 's Station, intending to jump off at
Duncannon, his home. But the train
passed through there too rapidly ,and Mr
Gramm was compelled to go on to Ma
rysville, where all trains run slow and
are expected to be under the complete
control of the engineer in passing the
N. C. R. W. bridge. In the meantime
on the train he formed the acquaintance
of two tramps who were stealing their
way. Upon arriving at Marysville, Mr.
Gramm alighted and proceeded on his
way to the station, where he purposed
waiting on the Pittsburgh express west,
which would carry him home at 11:30.
But, unknown to the gentleman, the
rascally thieves, whose acquaintance he
had formed on the train followed Mr.
Gramm and attacked him, beating him
with stones that cut his light almost
out. " For God's sake don't kill me," he
cried, " and I will give you all the mon
ey I have." They (the tramps) chok
ed him and held his mouth shut, and as
the blood from his wounded head run in
streams down his cheeks the rascally
devils robbed him of his money be
tween five and six dollars and then
fled. As soon as possible telegraph
.communication Was forwarded to Har
risburg, but whether the tramps have
.been caught we are unable to say. New
M. E. Campmeetlng Officers. The annual
.meeting of the Cumberland Valley Camp
Meeting Association was held on the
grounds at Oakville, on Tuesday a week.
'The .following are the officers chosen:
President, H. R. Moser, New Cumber
land ; Vice President, W. D. Guthrie,
Chambersburg ; Secretary, David N.
Thomas, Newville; Treasurer, David
Coover, Mechanicsburg. Directors 8.
J.. Shoop, New Cumberland ; Hampsher
CUplnger, Greencastle ; E. D. Weaver,
Roxbufy; A. B. Sherk, John P. Rhoads,
W. F. Sadler, Carlisle; James M. Miller,
Harrlsburg ; Rev. J. W. Felght, Trevor
ton ; D. E. laylor, Oakville.
X An Oil Fire. Shortly after midnight on
Mouday ulgbt last, an employee of the
railroad oompany crept under an oil
tank ear that was leaking to make the
necessary repair. The oil dropped on
to his lantern aud at once ignited, and
soon the blaze was fearful. Fortunate
ly the gas found rent which salved the
tank from exploding and thus prevented
a disastrous fire. The noise of the rush
ing gas and roaring flames was a terrific
sight, and for a .time the citizens of
Marysville were considerably alarmed.
Mr. B. F. McNear, the employee, was
some what burned about the face and
Stolen Horse and Wagon Recovered. Mr.
Jacob B. Arthur, residing near Gains
burg, in the lower end of this county,
about four miles southeast of Middletown
attended the colored campmeetlng at
Stoner's woods, near Highspire.on Sun
day, going there with his tilbury and a
fine lay horse. When about to start for
home he found his horse and conveyance
missing, and learned that a colors man
had been about in the evening asking
whether the horse had been fed, who
owned it, eto. Later the animal was
driven off and all traces lost of It'tlll
yesterday morning when information of
the circumstance was1 left at the mayor's
office. The chief of police then took
the matter in hand and the detectives
found the animal In the Vicinity of Bald
win, where it had been turned loose on
the turnpike. The scamp who " borrow
ed" it evidently drove to this city and
afterwards turned it loose on the publlo
rood. The owner of the team had or
dered the purchase of $5 worth of postal
cards to have them printed, in order to
describe the stolen property. The officers
having a number of them on hand, only
only purchased f 1 worth, whlch after
the "rig" was found, were not needed.
Showing a disposition not to pay even
the small sum Invested in his Interest,
the policeman, with a commendable
spirit, presented him with the amount
due for services, and the price of the
postal cards. Of course when the Galns
burg man wants any similar favors done
he will have the eilroutery to call upon
the Harrlsburg policmen. Jlarrisbura
For The Times.
Rev. 0. L. Ashcnfelter.
The trial of Rev. O. L. Ashen fol tor is to
take place at Llttlestown, l'a., commencing on
Tuetduy evening, September 4th. At tho
former meeting he was simply formally charg
ed with heieiy.
1st. The dental of endless future punish
ment of the wicked.
2nd. The denial of the inspiration of the
Bible, especially of the Old TcBtnmcnt.
8rd. The use of Irreverent and unbecoming
language in bis pulpit ministrations.
II these charges are sustained after he is
heard In defense, the sentence of the Classlsof
the Reformed Church to which he Is amenable,
will be either suspension or deposition from
the Holy Ministry, without reference to any
other ecclesiastical connection which he may
since have attempted to effect. It may also
Include his excommunication from the Church.
Rev. O. L. A shell fuller publishes the
following card :
"After a closer study of theUnlversalist
system of our Christian fuith, and con
trasting the result of that study with the
contracted faith to which I had been
blindly attached during my ministry in
the Reformed Church, lliave now reach
ed the conclusion that I can no longer
conscientiously maintain any connection
with the Reformed Church in the United
States. And I hereby publicly renoifnce
allegiance to the same and declare my
self to be no longer amenable to it in any
character whatever. Desiring to exercise
my ministry beyond the scope of a big
oted dogmatism I am moved, volunta
rily and conscientiously, to this conclu
sion by every consideration of duty and
I liave forwarded to the proper author
ity of the. Unlversallst Church, applica
tion for entrance into the ministry of
Republican Convention. The delegates
elected last Saturday, met In the Court
House on Monday for the purpose of
nominating a County ticket. The follow
ing is a list of delegates present :
Bloomfleld A. B. Clouser, 3. W. William
son. Centra John Fe, Geo. Bislllne.
BuUal Samuel E. Buck, Isaiah S. Steph
ens. Buffalo Borough A. Everldge, Wm. Jack
son. Carroll 8. Blgler, Jacob Long,
Duneaonon fiamuel A. Topley, George
Greenwood Geo. Wright, Abraham Long.
Howe D. K. Stephens, John Hetrlck.
Jacksoa Daniel Bheafer, Geo. W. Garber.
Juniata D. Uollabaugh, Emanuel Toomey.
Landistjurg John H. Murray, James L.
Liverpool Borough 8. 8. Bhuler, H. M.
Liverpool Township J. A. Wright, Silas
Madison A. Hohenshilt, Thomas Mcsslmor.
Marysville J. A. Beidal, J. M. Toland.
Miller A. Baily, Wm. Bretx.
Mlllerstown Solomon Taylor, Wm. Kipp.
Newport lohn Baylor, Henry Smith.
Oliver Josiah Flckee, A. C. Clemson.
Penn J. E. Jackson, A.G. Toland.
Rye A. H. Zorgcr, Win. Patterson.
Bandy Hill W. A. Culbertson, A. K. Dobbs.
Spring Z. Rice, 8. P. Cree.
Toboyne John Bower, Wm. Wlllhlde.
Tuscarora John M. Fry, Wm. A. Miller.
Tyrone James A. Llghtner, Geo. Patterson.
Watts John Hmperiy, Isaac Hugglns.
Wheatfleld Henry Clay, II. I.fiecrlst.
Baviile John Kendig, H. Spohn.
The Convention was called to order
at 11 o'clock A. m., and organized by the
election of JaB. L. Dlven,of Landisburg,
aa President, and Jos. E. Jackson, of
Duncannon, and Isaiah E. Stephens, of
Buffalo twp., tlecretariee.
Representative Delegate J. W. Wil
liamson. Wm. Rice, of Bloomfleld, was chosen
Chairman of the County Committee.
ADJOURNED TO MEET AT 1 P. M.,
when the Convention met again and
proceeded to nominate candidates.
The following named gentlemen were
presented as candidates for Associate
Judge, and balloted for with the follow
Gilflllen, 29; Holman, 21: Grubb.4
Hartzel, 8; Goodyear, 1. '
On the second ballot Lewis Gilflllen of
Greenwood twp., was nominated.
For Sheriff, the first Ballot stood :'
Sutch,3 ; Peale, 1 ; Hood, 11 ; Grosh,
11; Rice, 8; Dewalt, 4 ; Robinson, 8:
Beers-, 6 ; Koppenheffer, 6 ; Kline, 7.
On the eighth ballot J. W. Beers of
Marysville received 83 votes and was de
clared the nominee.
For Director of the Poor, Peter Stroup,
of Madison twp.
County Surveyor, Wm. A. Meminger,
of Tuscarora twp. ,
Soldiers' Re-Union. In accordance with
the arrangement made last year, the
fourth annual re-union of the soldiers of
Perry county will take place in Bloom
fleld. on Thursday, the 18th day of
October next. ' Every arrangement pos
sible will be made to have the cuonsion
of general Interested It is hoped that
every soldier in the county will partici
pate. F. M. M'keehan, Prest. '
Clue. H. Smiley, Secretary.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last week !
Mr. Jacob Paul, an esteemed citizen of
Mechanicsburg, died suddenly on Satur
The Inte R. C. Woodward, of Car
lisle, has, we learn, bequeathed the sum
of $1,500 to the First Presbyterian
Lieutenant Benson, whose fomlly oc
cupy quarters at Carlisle Barracks, was
wounded in one of the recent Indian
Miss Wolf, a young lady living in
Chatnbprsburg, while cleaning up her
brother's room, picked up a loaded re
volver belonging to her brother, and in
dusting it oil in some manner discharg
ed it, the contents carrying away the
second finger on the right hand,
While Mr. David Lutz, a highly es
teemed farmer living ot Middle Spring,,
was attending camp near ' Orrstown,
Franklin county ,last?week,he was taken
violently ill with cramp colic and died
from the effects of it in a few hours, at
the house of his brother-in-law near by.
Mr. ii. has left a large family and circle
of friends to mourn his death.
On last Tuesday morning about 1
o'clock, a number of rye and nay stacks
belonging to Mr. William Russell, resid
ing near Cleversburg, were entirely con
sumed by Are. His barn narrowly es
caped being burned. Mr. R's. loss is al
most $300. The Are was the work of an
An accident to an excursion tralii oc
curred on the Harrlsburg and Potomac
railroad on Thursday last, while the ex
cursion train from Williams' Grove was
backing dow the roail toward Mt. Hol
ly. The rt-r poi tlon of the train struck
a cow crossing the track, killing the an
imal And throwing three cars off the
rail two of which went down a small
embankment (the end of one reaching
the creek) and one car was thrown side
ways along the bank. An old man re
ceived a severe cut above the right
Our respected townsman, Mr. John
Faber, brlck-lnyer, residing on East
North street, met with a very painful
accident on Tuesday of last week. He
was engaged in cleaning the Interior of
a wine keg, and had put a small quanti
ty of lime in it for that purpose. As he
was handling the vessel it exploded with
terrific force, badly lacerating the flesh
on the small finger of his left hand.
Two of Mr. Faber's children, who were
near by when the explosion occurred,
were also badly burned by the hot lime
striking them in the face.
Juniata County. We copy the follow
ing from the Juniata county papers of
On Saturday night last the store of
Mr. Samuel Buck, in Port Royal, was
entered and despoiled of a quantity of
cigars, boots, shoes and handkerchiefs.
On Thursday last, as Mr. Jomee Buy
ers, of the firm of Buyers & Kennedy,
was helping to unload grain off a wagon,
the rope which was managing broke,
causing him to fall off the wagon, re
ceiving severe injuries.'
The mail route from East Water ford
to Miffilntown will be changed on the 1st
of September. After that date there
will be no mail route communication
with East Waterford from Mlfflintown
excepting by way of Port Royal. There
will, however, be a dally mail from
Mlfflintown, by way of Johnstown,
Academla, Doyle's Mills, McCoysville
and McCuIloch's Mills, and thence on
to Shade Gap. ,
Notice. The undersigned gives notice
to the citizens of Lovsville and viclnitv
that he is prepared to make and repair
venicies or every style in tne best man
ner. Having had seven years expert
ence, and having on hand good lumber
and well seasoned I can Kuarantee to
turn out wagons, or sleighs of good style
ana quality, as l intend to make tnis
location my home, I mean that my
wnrlr alinll crlvA nnfiafiinHnti Rf
Loysville, Aug 4, 77. James Minicii.
County Price Current.
Bloom niLD, September 4, 1877.
Flax-8eed I 25
Butter V pound 12015
Eggs ft dozen 14 "
Dried Apples V pound 314 ets"
Dried Peaches, g Q Uets.9
Cherries, 0 0 ets. "
" Pitted OOOOOctjS. '
Blackberries 0O nets. "
(Corrected Weekly by Koue dt Brother.
OIIA.IIV ate PHODUCK.
Niwfort, September 1, 1877.
Flour, Extra 8 00
White Wheat V bush, (old) 1 40 a 1 65
Bed Wheat 1 85 0 1 60
Kye .' 60ffl60
Oats f) 83 pounds, 25G30
Clover Seed 0 iW0 00
Timothy Seed I SO
Flax Seed 1 00
Bacon S 10
Dressed Hogs, ..
Ground Alumn Salt, 1 35 Ol 35
Llmeburner's Coal, 1 15
Stove Coal, : 4 00 O 4 SO
Pea Coal 2 0
Gordon's Food per Sack $2 00
FISH, SALT, LIME AND COAL
Of all kinds always on hand and for sale at the
Lowest Market Kates.
Five percent oft tor Cash.
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
WOODWARD & BOBB.
Carlisle, August SI. 1S77.
Family Flour I7.5U
Superfine Bye Flour. 3-50
White Wheat, new 115
Bed Wheat.new 1 15
Rye . M
Corn, (new) 50
Clovarseed 8.00 a 8.00
Timotnysee d, 1 25
DaihnnHri not McmiHna; I linn Inserted wllhrml
cuara-, jHi a cmta per nn will iiivariamy n
chr1 tot TrfhnWia of Heaped, Poetry, of other
Koro!-On hj Z4tH 1i!t, In Hirflbur,
Frank Austin, son of Jacob Koiinh. airi.il Rmnnllia
andl'iria). Interred In the Newport Cemtery
the following day.
C'LAT. On the 23rd of August In irarrlahurg,
ra.. llollle Miriam, daughter of Wiii Clnv rfpn'il'.
aged 12 years, 4 niont lis, and 26 days.
iter remains were conveyed to the Sulphur
Hprlnfra Uravevard, In tills county and cinslgncd
to a resting place by the side of her father.
Jackson (in me un int., at mw milium, i,ao
M., wife of Wm. II. Jackson, aged 40 years, 2
months and 21 day. Montour Co. papers please
llEHrii. On the 15tli lnnt In Madison twp.,
Miss Kttle M. Ilencli, daughter uf the Inte John
liench, aged about 12 years.
THIIIUTB Or BESPECT, r
At a meeting of St. Paul's Sabbath School, In
Madison two., the following nreambleand resolu
tions were unanimously adopted: .
Wiibhkas, It has pleased Almighty Ofld fti his
allwlse providence to call from our midst In the
bloom ot hor youth our beloved member. Kttle M.
Ilencli and whereas, we believe that happy are
those who die In the Lord, It Is mete that we pay
this last tribute to the dead ; therefore be It
Hemliv.it, That while we depply mourn over tho
loss ot one so dear, yet we humbly bow to the will
of II Im "who doeth all things wisely and well,"
knowing that our loss is her eternal gain.
liemlivd. That our Master, in making no Ills
jewels, has plucked a gem which will be long re
inetnbered by kind friends and relatives, ana by
which He has shown us that the most lovely (low
er only blooms to die.
Rpnohvil , That by tills dispensation of Provi
dence we are reminded of the uncertainty of life,
of the certainly of death, and the necessity of pre
paring to meet her and all loved ones who have
gone before, in that belter land.
Iienolred. That this Sabbath School tender their
heartfelt sympathy to the mother and frlendsof
the deceased, and we humbly prav that He " who
hath power to sooth avery sorrow and heal every
WHiind." may sustain them In this their time of
trial and bereavement, so that they may realize
that only In love docs He take the dear ones from
Itpmbvit, That a copy ef these resolutions bo
presented to the bereaved family, that they be en
tered on the minutes of the Sabbath school, and
that they be sent to the editors of the leading pa
pers of the county for publication.
MAGtilE M. FLICKINGEB,
ANNIK E. B1HTL1.SE,
M. F. Z1MMEHMAN,
Aug 28, 1887. Committee.
How gloomy's the day when death conies nigh.
And callsa dear one totheskyt
How hard It Is to give up one,
So dear, so happy, and so young.
But Jesus says weep tears of Joy,
For such as these does heaven employ.
The little ones In glory meet.
And sing around the mercy seat.
That lovely flower Is blooming still
Though not on earth, It Is God's will :
In heaven she shines more bright and fair,
And hopes you all will meet her there.
M. F. ZlMMBKMAN.
RKAL EST AT h'.
the undersigned assignee of Michael Bitting1
and Emanuel K. Bitting, mamberaof the laie ann
ul M. Bitting ti Son, will expose to publlo sale on
BATUBDAY, OCTOBEB 6th 1877.
tinder an Alias Order of the Court of Common
lleas of Perry County, the following described
Jteal Estate to wit: A TBACT OF LAND at
Montgomery's Ferry, Buffalo twp., Perry county.
Pa., containing six acres, more or less. Having,
thereon erected a LARGE BRICK M
HOUNK (used as a Hotel d Store Stand) 1' '
a large Frame Stable, Slaughter Shop. jEl
and other out buildings. The location fora Hotel
and Store Is better than any other In this couuty.
TERMS OF SALE i 10 per cent, of purchase
money to be paid on day of Sale, one third of bal
ance on the first day of November 1877 and the
balance In two equal annual installments with In
terest, to be secured by Judgment Bonds.
Sale to commence at ten o'clock A. M., of said
day. Sale to extinguish all liens under the order
WILLIAM LODGE, Assignee.
J. C. McAllister, Att'y. ,
September 8, 1877.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE. v
The undersigned. Assignee under a deed of vol
untary assignment for the benefit of creditors of
Mrs. Margaret It. Donley, will sell by outcry, tip
on the premises, in Carroll twp., about 1U miles
west ol Dellvllle, on
TUESDAY, 8EPTEMBFB 25tb. 1877, f
at 2 o'clock P. M.,the following described valua
ble real estate, to wit: ,
A TRACT OF LAND,
situate In the township of Carroll, county of Perjy
State ot Pennsylvania, and bounded by lands of
C. Uoth, Adam Beam, I. Matlack and others
strict measure, and having thereon erected alarge
go4id TWO STOKY DWELLING HOUSE. Xf-i
with KITCHEN attached. HALF BANK f fi
BARN, wood house, smoke house, bog pen I ".ft
and other necessary outbuildings. LJ "
There Is a good young ORCHARD In prime
bearing condition and other fruit trees upon the
premises. The water is supplied by two goodi
wells and a spring near the house which runs in
several fields. The quality of soil is good red
Notb. This propertyls In every way desirable.
It Is situate within a mile of a school, a mile and
a half of stores, mills, blacksmith shop. etc.. aud
about two mi'es to the nearest church. It Is pleas,
antly located on a point of scenery, and will make
In every respect a most desirable farm home.
Terms op Sale. Ten per cent, of the purchase
money to be paid when I lie property Is atrlckea
down, one-third of the remainder upon the confir
mation of the sale, and the balance to be divided
Into two equal annual payments, payable respect
ively the 1st day of April. 1H78 and 1879, to be se
cured by Judgment bonds, with Interest from 1st
April, 1878. wlien deed will be delivered and pos
session given. JOHN U. BICHKY,
Sept., 4, 1877. Assignee.
m000 AGEJJT8 WANTED to sell onr
, ' . ,.,newly Patented Novelties, Chromos,
Jewelry. Watches, Revolvers, Engravings, Books,
. Stationery Packages flu per hund. Special
terms given to Agents everywhere. The best
prices ever ottered. Mammoth Catalogue with
Samples free. It. L. FLETCHER,
&6ui) 11 Dey Btrett, N. Y.
FOR BHERIFF.-Ueo. W. Wetzel, of Duncan
non, would respectfully announce that he ia
a candidate for the otitce of Hherllt. Subject to
the decision of the Working Men's Party.'
August 28th, 1877.
ESTATE TfOTICE.-Notlce Is hereby given
that Letters of Administration on the estate
of Joseph Ensmlnger late of Carroll township.
Ferry couuty, Pa., deceased, have been granted
to the uuderslgned residing In the same township.
All persons indebted to said estateare requested
to make Immediate payment, and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
. u , CWtN5LIU8 K.NSMINGKK.
A. M. Markel, Att yfor Adin'raj lAdmluiatratr's
August 28, 1877.
1L? '' WATCHES!. Cheap!
,in lha known afurld. Aa,npH Fret 19
'ifHU. Addreaa. A. CuuLiaa 4k 4J, Cluugo.
JOB PHIMINU ef every description neatly
executed en short notice and at reasonable
rates at this oihee. .