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, THE, TIMES, ,HW lU)pj(liniVV, 1VA,0VEMJIE11;13, 1877.
tfeio liloomfleld t jVoM. 13, 1S77.
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' NOTICE TO HIIIlSfltinF-RH.
I.nnk l the ftirtire. n the Inbel of rnnr rspir.
TlioHKllviirfM tt-ll vnii tbn dnte to-wlilc jrnnr mill
rrliiilon In nnld. VVIIIilit a wii kf uit.r money Is
until. If the tlte ! chunked. other Mci lpt
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' ' Witkly " 4. fill
" " i.'nciir " 4.&0
(JllVICItNOK WlLLIAMH lilts fippollltotl
I). AV. Voiirlicos to fill tlio vnoiinry in
tlie Unlti'il HtntcB Hennto ocoiihIoiu'iI by
Senator Morton's iUuitli.
Tim IndluulluiiB nro Unit the total voto
of the HttUe will reach C7S,(Kl(l, ncnily
100,000 less ilinn hint yenr. Tlio green-bnck-lalior
vote will (iggrpgulu between
50,000 and 00,000.
Tim hoittii litis a peculiar wny of titling
things. At a recent fair in lied Itlver
county, Texas, they opened tlio fair by
tv procession with a triumphal ear, con
taining a young lady to represent every
Btnte In the Union. Pennsylvania was
represented by Mrs. Hell Devor, former
ly of this county. The fair wound up
with n light between a hear and eight
dogs, bruin whipping the whole lot.
Tim? Ho run has passed tlio Silver bill
by a large majority. This bill makes the
silver dollar, though worth four cents
less than a greenback dollar and six
cents less than a gold dollar, a legal
tender for all debts. It Is a pity that
legislation upon financial matters could
not lc placed on a body of men who had
some knowledge of tlio subject. As a
general thing politicians and lawyers are
poor financiers except in so far ns caring
for their individual interest is concerned.
They make a great hue and cry ttbout
the " dollar of our daddies," but if they
only had some of the cmo of tlulr dad
dies the people generally would have a
chanco to handle more dollars. This
continual tinkering at the finances up
sets every one's calculations-and lias a
tendency to keep all business at a stand
If Congress, after passing the appro
priation bills, would njourn with a guar
antee that It would not con veno again
for two years, we believe tho money
troubles would lie settled by tlio people,
in a satisfactory manner.
On Tuesday last elections wcro held
in twelve states. New York, New Jer
sey, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minne
sota, Mississippi, Virginia and Wiscon
sin elected State officers and legislatures.
Massachusetts, Mississippi and Wiscon
sin also voted upon proposed Constitu
tional Amendments. Kansas, Nebraska,
and Pennsylvania elected Btato officers,
but not members of the Legislature.
Connecticut elected State Senators and
Representatives and county sheriff1.
Pennsylvania has given a Democratic
majority on the whole State ticket of
from 5 to 0,000.
New Jersey has gone Democratic, Gen
eral McClellan being elected Governor
by about 0,000.
Maryland has also gone Democratic
by probably 25,000 majority.
In Connecticut the result favors the
Republicans. The Legislature chosen
will possibly elect a United States Sen
ator to succeed Senator Barnum.
In Virginia and Mississippi no Repub
lican ticket was run, and of course the
Democrats had it all their own way.
Massachusetts re-leets Gov. Rice, by
an increased Republican majority of
about 10,000 over the vote of last year.
In Minnesota the Democrat and
Greenback parties united but the Repub
licans carry the State over both tho fu
sion and the Prohibitory ticket.
New York elects the Democratic State
ticket by about 15,000. ' The Legislature
will be Republican by a small majority.
Wisconsin goes Republican by about
5,000. The Greenbfickers, in that State
cast about 30,000 votes.
Nebraska goes Republican by 4,000 or
COUNTY VOTE OF 1877. - OFFICIAL,
The following It the ofllcial vote cnit
In this county on Tuimduy, November
(Uh,18T7i . i,
AuiHIor Juilnt of
3 S I 1 3 : f
DlSTlllCTS. jj ' E I ' j
llloomnuld Ml Wl Ml nil W ' 11
llumilo two , 03 TO fit TO no Ti
Carroll, Mil 1117 Ml 1117 W 1IIH
Centre, 1(X) 11H WO 11 100 117
llunoaunon, 114 lilt Ml JU4 , H5 114
Hrccnwoiid, 7!1 HO T4 ' Wl Ti WO
Howe, 11.1 fl Hi B5 111) HA
Jnt'kRon, MO Til Hill HO Mil HO
Jiinliiln, HII Ml (HI fill (Ml Ml
Umlliitinrp, 'J Ml H'J 40 HI Ml
Liverpool fior. Mrt f7 Wl f.7 WV '
Liverpool Twp. nil fi.1 till fi.1 US to
MiidlKon, Tfl NH T.I Wl Til
Mnrynvllle, IH H4 HI H4 1"l HM
Miller, 1111 IK ill) IS itO ' II
MlllerRtnwn, 117 71 117 Tt '-'II HO
New Hufliilo, '."J 1'J 'J'J I'l L'il 1'J
Newport, II'J Hit ' 11111 U'U I0H 1S4
Oliver, OH 4:1 IHl 4il ml 4:1
IVnii, HI 10') Nil M.I H'J M5
Itye, HI 4S H.I 4S HI 41
Kitnily 11111, 4.1 104 45 104 4fl 104
Hitvlllii, K.l U.I 1M H."i lit HI
Kprlnjr, 40 'J'.'il 40 '-"."J 47
Tohoyne, 1111 41 I tfl I 41 IIS 4(1
Tiwiiront, 7:1 7T 7;l 77 711 71)
Tyrone, 1ST 1:.T. l'.'S 1:.'t 1!7 I'M
Wntts, : (10 H ft) H nil 11
Wlieiillleld, 76 r,T 75 67 'iO 60
Totnin, rani ai74 y:w7 217S s:na ami
a!74 StTH 'JtfO.1
MnJorRk'B, 'J17 U0U . M7
Ami'le wwitr Ji'mJ fitmry.
Jlliionillelcl (l Rri f.H H7 P0 H7 (111 SO
lliillulo twp., 2ii H"i m V. (VI 71 (VI 7:1
Carroll, IU 111 IH 1IJ W VM )4 1M
Centre, !0 117 H7 Til !H IJi) ln 111
Jmiifiiniinn, Ai lis wi x& :ii l:u wi l.ii
(ireenwoud, .IS Ml f2 InH 71 1 74 V7
Howe, :n u :ki :n ir :ni ,n
liicknon, 170 70 174 7'1 IIS HI M4 hi
.limhitit, W 51 17 f'll 87 CI 1(7 f4
Ijiinillslnnn, liii M 4.'l J1S 2 62 .13 fill
Liverpool Imi, H'.i 47 7:") (HI RS f.ll Hj f.S
Llverpiiol twp.,ill ill ml fi7 (!'i 61 ni M
MiiiIIhoii. 7! Si H0 S3 IU I'S 77 R7
NiirvRVille. Mo R2 41 I'll p:i HI M PI
Miller. to 1s : 21 no is :u m
milleiHtown, !!7 Cil M 7) ;i7 70 .'17 7(1
Newlliilliilo, 21 11 22 11 22 12 22 12
ewlolt, ' Mi W I"'' 117 1(M 127 110 121
Oliver, lit 40 (111 4(1 nil 41 07 II
r i, in ii.t ii I7.i wi inn 7n icii
live, 77 61 C.i lis m 41 K4 4H
Hiimlvlllll, M HI 44 P4 41 101 4(1 K2
Havllle, 163 CI 112 II'J 1 III IHl 161 W
HrliiK. 231 47 215 .111 2JI 47 2.V1 47
Tolicijiie, US 4'! 117 41 13H 41 120 41
Tn(Miuia, i7 111 "7 PI 71 77 71 77
Tyione, 11 12:1 112 lml 12il 122 120 l2i
IVhIIr. 60 I) (ill S HI K 11 K
WlieiltlleM, Hi I 64 70 6S 74 6S 7.1 67
Totuls, KKll 21P2 2:!l 2337 2:i:is 2213 2:M 21B7
2IH2 zm 22:- 21S7
Mnjoiitles, 227 11 KB 2"0
Democrat In hmall capS, Ropubli
ciins in Jtalic.
The following is tlio voto cast in this
county, at the lateelcction forthedreen-back-liiibor
Mr. Wetzel, candidate for Sheriff, withdrew
a few days before the election, lie received 1
voto In Howe; LaudlRburga Newport 0 ; Ol
iver 3j Spring 11 Wheattlold 1 Total 24.
Tho Temperance Ticket received 4 votes In
Elooinllekl j Centre 1 1 Jackson 1.
Rather an Unpleasant Test.
A party a few daysslnco left New York
to test a lire extinguisher, and had sing
ular experience. The steamer Thomas
Hunt, with about fifty persons, left Tier
10, East river, at noon, and proceeded to
Prince's bay, Staten Island, where the
extinguishers aro manufactured. At this
point an abandoned canal boat was to
be used for the experiments. The hold
of tho boat was partitioned off' into sec
tions, one of which was filled with com
bustible material. To make sure of a
hot fire, two barrels of petroleum were
poured into tho section by over-zealous
workmen. Tho extinguishing apparatus
being arranged, a torch was lighted and
thrust Into the hole. The petroleum ex
ploded Instantly, blowing the old canal
boat into a thousand pieces. Some thirty
persons were standing upon the boat,
and, singularly enough, only two were
injured. They were James Qulnn, a
laborer, who was cut about the head
and his legs badly brulsed,and a reporter
for the World, who received a severe
gash on the chiu.
The lire extinguishing apparatus con
sists of iron cylinders charged with liq
uified carbonic acid gas. Ah oil tank
was set on fire, and the flames almost
Inntnntly extinguished. It 1 propoH.
ed to give another trial of It at an early
day, when thoRe Interested will iiave a
bettor chance to Jtidne of Its merits.
. A Woman Burned te Death,
The farm house on what Is known ns
the Major farm, In Durry township,
Miftllu county, and occupied by Joseph
KuiriiiiKlc, Wan discovered to bo on fire
about 0 o'clock on Hat unlay a week, by
Mr. John Miller, who was on his way
to work at Logan. On reach I lift tho
bonne, Mr. Miller discovered Mr. Huff
nnglo Insldo tho front room, and succeed
ed In rescuing him and two children in
an InsctiHlblo 1 condition. Mrs. Hufl
nnglo was up stairs, and wns heard to
cry for help, but those who had reached
the burning building wcro unable to
rentier her nny assistance, nnd sho was
burned to death In the house, which
wiih entirely consumed, together with
all of Mr. lf iiirnnglu's household goods.
He was considerably but not seriously
One Flash of Lightning.
The town of Rlchnrtlsou and vicinity
wns visited by a severe lightning storm
Sunday evening a week. A Mr. Stone,
living one and a half miles from town,
fearing that tho lightning might strike
his hoiist!, grasped his llttlo boy in his
arms and called to his wife to follow,
started to a hole ting In tlio ground nnd
covered, about ono hundred yards from
tho resldeneo. They had got about half
way, when a bolt struck tho father nnd
child, killing them Instantly.1 Mrs.
Stone wns thrown several yards, nnd
lay for toino time Insensible. Tlio shoes
and clothing on Stone and his child
wcro literally torn into shreds. Gritim-
Dilomtna of a Tramp.
A tramp, who dried to steal a rldo
from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to (Ireen
river, on tlio top of one of Jarrett &
Palmer's cars recently, had a terrible
experience. Tho rapid motion of tho
car compelled him to wind his arms
and legs round a stove pipe, and hnng
on for dear life, and his coat and hat
were carried away by the force of tho
wind. Tlio burning-cinders pierced his
clothes llko bullets, and cut and scorch
ed ills hands and face, so that, when ho
reached Green river, tlio terror, exhaus
tion and pain had made his hair turn
til' In Alabama two white penitentia
ry convicts escaped from Mr. J. W.
Coiner about two weeks since in a sin
gular way. On of them had been given
some arsenic to put upon a fistula on a
horse's neck. Instead of putting it
there, however, be put it in ills pocket,
and when he and his comrade got the
chance to run away they threw down
on their tracks pieces of meat on which
tills arsenic was sprinkled. As the dogs
would como upon the meat they devour
ed it, of course, all the dogs in conse
quence soon got sick and quit tlio drive.
Two of them havo died. Tlio convicts
thus fur havo eluded capture, and Mr.
Andrew Johnson, Mr. Comer's agent,
who went in pursuit of them Immedi
ately upon their escape, has not slnco
been heard from.
t'iT A farmer in Chester county, I'a.,
prosecuted three hunters for trespassing
on his premises, for which they were
fined. Tho retaliated on him by telling
him they would give him thirty days'
time to remove all tlio noxious weeds
from ofr his farm, and, in enso he did
not, they would Institute suit against
him for a violation of a special law for
Chester county, which is punishable
with a fine of $50. The farmer, taking
tho hint, has four men busily engaged
in cutting and pulling weeds.
tW The New Jersey Republican, pub
lished at Ilackcnsdck, devotes over four
columns In its liiht lssvto to further ex
posures of the so-called Itov. Mr. Phillips,
who ofliciated at tho Iinptist Church in
that villago a short time. It Rays that ho
deserted a wifo and two childreu InMonon
gahola City, this Stato, wns arrested and
oouvicted io Ohio for robbing a publio
library, and accuses him of gross obscenity
in London, England.
C3" Francis M. Dowlin, of Fast
Brandywlne, Chester county, while
working in his cornfield, cocked his gun
and leaned it up against a shock. Short
ly afterward, forgetting his gun, he wert
to strike the shock with his corn-knife,
when he hit the trigger of the gun and
the contents entered his breast killing
him almost instantly.
tW A policeman hunting in a Sharon,
Conu., house for Charles Lock wood who
bad broken out of the Litchfield jail, ' was
just about giving it up when be saw a
human noso sticking out of the cellar earth
under uia feet. Farther search showed
that Lock wood was neatly buried, and
that the officer had been unwittingly stand
tog on bis breast. '
Tokoxto, Ont., November 5. The
first snow storm of the season prevailed
throughout this province to-day. The
snow is from one to eight Inches deep.
The weather Is cold and stormy. The
earthquake shock was distinctly felt
Sunday morning In the Hay of Oulnte
district. ' i
NT The Supreme Court of the United
States lias just decided that au Indorse'
meiit on a not by a third party ,i. made
before the same Is dell veretl to the payee,
constitutes the lndorfler a co-maker op
guarantor. . i .
AST Thoy havo swimming matches In
San Francisco. Any match will swim
well enough, but no match is good for
much for Illuminating purposes after it
lias swam a mllo or two,
The Christian at Work.
Now subscriber for tho " Christian at
Work" will receive It the remainder of
this year free. Subscribe at once and
commence with tho new story, by Mrs.,
Ollphnnt. Address, with $11, Tlio Chris
tian at Work, Ilox fi,lnf),New York, nnd
yotii -subscription will m paid for tlio
whole of 1H7M, till wo can wisli you " A
Happy Now Year," January 1st, 1H70.
F0FI SALE. A valuable farm situate 2
miles south of this borough, contain
ing about Kill acres. (WJ acres of which are
dearer! and In a high stato of cultiva
tion, tho balance well Ret with fino tlm
ber. Tho improvements are a good two
story dwelling house with kitchen at
tached, Ham, P.lackRinlth.shopand oili
er outbuildings. There Is also a good
limestone quarry, a large orchard of
choice fruit trees on tlio premises, and a
never-railing spring of water near tlio
tloor. This property Will be sold cheap,
and on reasonable terms, For further
nartlmilars, nddress J At tin Fitrr,, Car
lisle, Cumberland Co., Pa., or apply at
this office. 41
FOR RENT. The best Conch nnd Wag
on Maker Shop in tho County. Tliore
is a iilacksmitli Shop connected with it,
and everything convenient to carry on
a first-class Coach business. For further
particulars apply to
37 pd Orccn Park, Perry co., Pa.
" The Above All," Is a new brand of
chewing tobacco, and is without a peer
for excellence and sweetness. For sale,
wholesale and retail, by J.U. Hahtzell
Now Tailor Shop. The undersigned
gives notice to the publio that he has
opened a shop opposite Klnesinltli's
hotel New IMoomlleid, Pa., in tho room
formerly usetl as a confectionary, where
he is prepared to do work in his line
promptly, and at reasonable prices.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Give mo a call. Samvkl Uentzkl.
P.loomfiehl, May 1, '77 tf.
Germantown Wool nil new shades 10
cents per ball, at Ihidok Sen waiit.'h,
114t Newport, I'a.
Slipper Patterns at ' , ' i
Isiiion S( itwAiriYs,
41 4t Newport, I'a.
Ladles' Coats in nil the latest styles,
from ifl 1o up to $15 00.
44 4t Newport, Pa.
Heal Hair Switches at $1.00 each at
Isinoit Si iiWAirrz's,
414t Newport, I'a.
Whito and Colored Blankets $-2 60 per
pair. ,. i.siDoii M hwautz,
414b Newport, I'a.
Children's Furo "5 Cents per set nt
IsiDOll St:ll WAUT.'S,
41 4t Newport, Pa.
Silk Handkerchiefs K Cents each, at
41 4t Newport, I'a.
Ladic3' Felt Skirts only 50 cents each.
Ihidok Schwa htz.
4 1 4t Newport, I'a.
Ladies' Furs from 4 00 per set and up
ward. ISlDOlt HOHWAIITZ,
44 4t Newport, Pa
Men's Overcoats from S3 00 upwards at
4 1 4t Newport, Pa.
Nubias from 25 cents upwards at
ISIIIOK Sf HWAllTZ'S,
41 4t Newport, I'a.
lust Received, 20 pieces of CATtPKT,
which we oiler at exceedingly Low
Prices, at lsiuoit S( hwahtz'h,
44 4t Newport, I'a.
W. J. Rice. Surgeon and Mechanical
Dentist, will visit liloomfleld the fikst
two wkkks of each month, profession
ally. Olllce at 'Squire Ciouser's resi
dence. The remainder of his time at
his office in Ickesburg, Perry co., Pa.
Call and hear his prices. 28
Removal. J. T. Messimerhas remov
al ills Shoe Shop to tho room adjoining
1i. Ciouser's oillce, 4 doors west of the
Post-OHlce, where iie will make to order
Boots and Shoes of ail kinds. Impair
ing promptly and neatly executed. He
will also keep on hand a good Assort
ment of Boots and Shoes, which ho will
sell at low prices. Give him a call. 17
Horse Blankets from SI 25 upwards at
ISIDOIt- StH WAKTZ'8
44 it Newport, Pa.
Blank Receipt Books for Administrators
and Executors. Also blank notes and
all other blanks for sale at this office, tf
13T With a cake of Glcnn'i Balphnr Boap
and a commodious bath-tub, the victim of
chronic cutaneous eruption can improvise.
sulphur bath, which no professed bathing es
tablishment can snpply. Bold by all Druggists.
tiT Hill's Hair K Whisker Dye, black or
jyjUSSER & ALLEN -
i . ... i ,
t , Mow offer the publio
A HAKE AND KLKOANT AflBOKTMKNT OP
Consisting sf nil shade, suitable for the season..
JILA CK ALVA CCAS
MonrnUi ff Goods
UfiHAC'IIKlJ AND UNKLKACIIED-
AT VAItfOUB l'llICICS.
AN KNIir,KSS8lf,KOTION OK PRIHT8!
Wesellsnd do keep s good qunllty of
SUGARS, COFFEES & SYRUPS,
And everything Under the head of
Machine needles and nil for all makes of
Ala jhl nes.
To be convinced that our Roods are
CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST,
13 TO CALL AND EXAMINE STOCK.
No trouble to show goods.
Don't forget the
Newport, Perry County, Pa.
JLJUMj tA NCOTXKY,
NO. 34S NORTH WATER STREET,
and wholesale dealers In Butter, Cheew. Lard.
Tallow, l-:ijs, I'oiilliy, fame. Htock, Potatoes,
RIITTFR Apples, Oraln, Flour, Fur, Wool,
UU I ILI1. Cotton, lilce. Tobacco, Peanuts.
Broom Corn, Dried Fruit, Hay, Hops, Foreign
and Domestic Fruits, and In fact we can sell any
and everything at the mnrketprlce; make prompt
returns, and PUCCCC JjIHKJIAIj
CASH AIL ItnLtOt. VANCKS
made on all shipments except perishable articles.
To show that we do extensive business, any game
dealer In J'liil'a. will tell you we handled wore
game last season than all other PHI II TDV
Houses in Philadelphia put to- UUL I fl I.
gethnr, Hend for price list, Htenell. Sc., fto. KKK.
FltK.NCU CASH, or we refer yoti to ANY JIK.
HFONW1ILK HOUBE in OL'K CITY,
October 9, T3;7-ly. .
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ha " Vamii.v rivnf rri"
ur t th Milium r.k.
i.h4. IU. TtiWa Mfl (.W , Oil
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run n, rwmt,
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luDniiBiii ijt. ai r..i r...
A44IM-, "TA af AMU Mil UAMXUl," " -ftiU. M. lit
$1.00. WAWSLTTA $1.00.
Three ply Linen Bosom, Three-ply Neckbands,
1.1 nen Wristbands and Mulshed complete.
We can positively say that
Is superior to any other, and that there Is no bet
ter Bhlrt In the Market at any price.
XEWrORT, PENN 'A.
By readtTijf nnd prscrtflns
the inestimable truth con
tained ia tho bent medical
bfok ever lurt), entitled
I SiWAri Price oulyfl. bentbymatt
I II I v2.bl na receipt of pric. It
frfntof Kxhnnstpd Vitality, Premature Decline,
Rcrvous and ltiy?ical Debility, and the endlfM
roncomitaut it! nnd untold niipncs that result
therefrom, and contain moro ttmn SOorifrintil pre
acriptions, any ono of which H worth tlicpricts of
the bock. Thi hock wat written by the mo't ex
t naive and probably the moat ikilful practitioner
in America, toirhom wa w trrted a pold and jew
elled mcdid by the National Mwiicul Aiocift'on
A Pamphlet, lutrutcd with the very iiaeat
feted tDffravines a maN Iff A I
Tel of art and beauty llAL
cnt ynEB to ail. fiend a a
for it at once. Addrcas
1'EABODY MEDlCALapi p
finch bt., Uoatoo, Mm. Wfcal
ant Uorptnu tltilUMOiiiy atut iiwui
OK FAST1ION ABLE CAKDS no two alike, Uh
name. Ktc. 2i Scroll, with name. Inc. ?t
paid. Ain' outfit, lie. GLO. 1. UEkl& Co.,
NasHaii, N.Y. 40Hly.