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.'. THE i TIMES, f NEW BLOOMFIELB, l'A KOVEMllElt 13,' 1877.
PENNSYLVANIA R. R.-MIDDLE EIVISION.
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Dully, the other trains Dally except Sunday.
tTfl'acltl-- Kiiiri'M Wpft Kill t"i at lliucsnicm nt
4.6:1 anil at Ni-WKllt at 6.17 a; in., ulimi tlui.vi'd.
C. W. Z. Your eommunleiilioti Is too
personal lor publication.
VHome persons entered the granary of
Mr. riiilip MciXemnr, In Centre town
ship on Tuesday niht, and carried oil"
about twenty bushels of corn.
The rnln full of Thursday and Thurs
dny night was very great. Considerable
damage to fences was done and va
rious small bridges were carried oil.
Ya two year old child of Mr. Young, at
Duncannon was so badly scalded about
two weeks since that it died from the
effects on Thursday last.
On Sunday night aweek the old ware
house hi Mcvcytown was set on flreaud
consumed with the stable attached. Loss
We cull the attention of shippers of
Produce to the card of J. M. tiirvin &
Son, Baltimore. From all we can learn
it is a reliable house.
On Thursday night last, a house be
longing to Harry .Long Bituatein Green
wood twp., took fire from the Hue and
before tho Uatnea were extinguished,
burned the roof nearly oil".
X The late style of collars Is very high.
A few nights since one of the young
men in this place, woke up, and saw a
ghost in his room. Seizing his six
shooter, he approached it, and found it
was his collar, which happened to be
standing on the floor.
V The profit seems to be all on one side
when a furmer brings you a pound of
butter and a bushel of potatoes and col-
lects eighty cents, and then brings in
seven of his fumlly to dinner. Such an
incident happened in this borougli.on
the day of the re-union.
On Monday night last, a horse be
longing to Kev. Logan, of Millerstown,
and a buggy belonging to John Ernest,
of tho same place were stolen. The
horse and wagon were heard to pass
through Greenwood twp., on tho road
leading to Liverpool, shortly before day
light on Tuesday morning.
The German Baptists recently had a
love-feast in their new church near
Blaiu ; after the love-feast, they contin
ued preaching near two weeks, which
resulted in the conversion and immer
sion of four in the Sherman's creek. Not
a few of tho wealthiest farmers and
others belong to this unassuming class
of people. ;
Robbery. On Monday night of last
week, some person made a forcible entry
into the store of D. It. Kleffmnn, of
Millerstown. About thirty dollars worth
of goods were stolen. Marks of a wagon
were seen next morning, showing that
the goods had been removed in that
Tho Schools of Carroll twp., are taught
by the following persons : Sher
mansdale school, Mr. Dunkelberger;
Wolf's, Miss Annie Smiley; Windy
Hill, Chas. Henderson ; Narrows, John
Garman; Tleasant Grove, Mr. Hippie;
Houston's, B. F. Buckwalter ; I'ine
Hill, Wm. Garman; Brownwell'g, T.
S. McCord; Lackey's, Miss Mollie
Lackey ; Fox Hollow, Mr. Steele.
Doings at the Register's Office. The
following is a record from the Register's
Office for the month of October.
Letters of Administration. John W.
Shuman, Administrator of Elizabeth
Strieker, deceased Bond, SI, 000.
Wills Admitted to Probate. Thos.
M. Sullenberger, Executor of l'eter
Wax. John Sweger, Executor of Bich
Deeds of Assignment W. A.Spons
ler, Assignee of J. Morrison & Son.
Joseph Hamaker, Assignee of Samuel
K. Leedy & wife.
More Careless Gunning. On Saturday
afternoon a young man named " Scatch
er" Campbell, went out from Newport
for rabbits, being accompanied by
Harry Wingert and Elmer Zlegler.
The dogs ran a rabbit into a pile of
rails, the Wingert and Zlegler boys went
to one end of the pile, while Campbell
with the gun was at the other. Ziegler
held his hand over a hole, while the
other boy was looking In, when Camp
bell fired, eight shots entering Zlegler's
hand, and other shots taking1 effect in
Wingert's face, one going Into his eye,
destroying that valuable organ.. It is
time some action was taken to prevent
these gunnltig micldnnts, by- severely
punishing those who by their careless
ness cause them. ; ; ' '
v - , ' I
Another Sudden Death. On Wednesday
last Mr Solomon Itoth, of KsChol was
found dead on tho road bctweon.the tan
nery and his residence. Mr.' Ttoth had
been working at the tannery and not
feeling well said he would quit for a
while and come back after dinner. In
about half an hour some boys brought
word that a man was lying In the road
and they thought ho was dead. Borne
men went to see and found that It was
Mr. Both and that he had probably been
dead for some minutes. He had com
plained of a pain In his breast but had
generally enjoyed good health.
Horse Drowned. A few days ago, while
on the homeward trip with a boat load
of coal, at the Nantlcoke dam, about
six miles this side of Wilkesbarre, a val
uable horse belonging to Jones Brothers
& Company, of this place, fell down
over a stone wall Into the canal and was
drowned, dragging a mulo that was
hitched In the same team into tho water
also, tho mule, however, fell on top of
the horse, keeping tho latter under tho
woter until death ensued, and then his
muleshlp was towed thirty yards or
more up the canal to where the wall
wns lower, where he climbed to tho tow
path. Newport Kcwt.
October Weather Report. B. Mclntire,
Esq., sends us the following report of
the weather for tho month of October,
1877 : Average of 'Thermometer at 8
o'clock A. M., and C2'. Avernge
greatest degree of heat,00 and 21',and of
lowest of cold, 42 and 40'. Average of
Barometer, 30 inches minus 0-tenths.
There fell during the month 7 Inches
and 7-tenths of rain, on the 4th, 2 Inches
and 7-tcnths,on the 8th, 2-tenths, on tho
10th, 3-tenths, on the 11th, 2-tenths, on
the 10th, l-tenth,on the 20th, 1-tenth,
on the 21st, 1 inch and 5-tcnths, on the
2Gth, 4-tenths, on the 27th, 1-tenth, and
on 31st, 3-tenths.
There were 10 clear days, the 17th was
the warmest day, the Thermometer run
ning up to 70 and the 23d was the coolest,
the mercury sinking to 42. There was
no frost to Injure vegetation. Tomatoes
In blossom during tho whole month.
There has not been so warm an October
for 20 years by an average of 8 degrees.
Information Wanted. About twenty
years ago, there lived in Juniatacounty,
Pa., somewhere along tho Black Log
mountain, a family by the name of Mc
Gurvey. In addition to the father and
mother, there were twin daughters, three
years old, who were separated at that
time, and they have never been able to
hear of each other since, owing, no
doubt, to their extreme youth when
parted. The one sister is now a resident
of Newport, and Is anxious to learn, if
possible, tho whereabouts of her long
lost sister, who, it lias been ascertained
was taken by one Mr. John Thompson,
who removed, about the same timo,from
Juniata county to some one of the west
ern states, most likely Iowa. The then
little girl who accompanied Mr. Thomp
son was named either Juniata or Sus
quehanna McGurvey. Any person
kindly furnishing information that will
assist in bringing the long lost sisters to
gether will be gratefully remembered by
those immediately interested. Exchang
es will confer a favor by making a note
of the above circumstances. Address
Solomon Zelgler, Newport, Perry coun
Court Proceedings. In addition to
what we published last week, the follow
ing miscellaneous business, together
with a great deal that does not interest
the public generally was disposed of.
WIDOWS' ArrilAISEMENTS C'ONKIKMKD.
Catherine McKenney, widow of Pat
rick McKcnney, deceased.
Louisa Gelbach, widow of John Gel
Margaret J. King, widow of Sampson
S. King, deceased.
Martha Sweezy .widow of Chas.Swee.y,
Lena Lukenbaugh, widow of Adam
Susan Jacobs, widow of Nicholas
Elias B. Leiby, Guardian of minor
children of Alex. Troup, deceased.
Abraham Evans, Guardian of minor
children of Wm. Fenicle, deceased.
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE CONFIRMED.
A tract of land, situate in Miller town
ship, sold by W. A. Sponsler, Adminis
trator of Isaac. Bretz, deceased, for S800.
A tract of woodland, to Wm. Pines,
for $100 ; also a tract of land to J. E.
Wright, Esq., for $1905, sold by Daniel
Pines, Administrator of John Pines,
deceased, the balance of the real estate
belonging to the widow under the will
The real estate of Catherine Roath,
deceased, of the borough of Liverpool,
to Lindley J. Fritz, by M. B. Holruan
Administrator, for the sum of $302.
The mansion farm of George Wilt,
deceased, to Absalom Gougler, by Wm.
Barger, Administrator, for $3079.75
House and lotin Duncannon borouch.
sold by Wm. C. King, Administrator of
eampson . King, deceased, to Wm. 1
Smith, for f2fl00. The balance of the
real estate remains unsold.
OIIDKIIBTO SELL TtEAL ESTATE
' AWARDED. '
A. J. Trover, Administrator, Ac, of
Ge4rge Rupley, of Marvsvllle, to sell
the undivided one half of a lot of ground,
Peter Smith, Administrator, &o., of
Wm. I. Smith, to sell a house and lot
In the borough of Newport.
Wm. II. Morrltz, Administrator, Ac,
of Wm. B. Ackley, to sell a tract of
land, containing 11 acres in Howe twp.
Richard M. Jones, Administrator. &o.,
of Joseph Dukes, for two tracts of land,
to wit: No. 1, containing 20 acres, and
No. 2, containing 12 acres, In Carroll
Charlotte A. Rice, Adm'rx, Ac, of
Jacob A. Rice, for two tracts, to wit :
Nol, a mill property, containing 18
acres, and No. 2, a tract of woodland,
containing 44 acres, situate In Savillo
Catherine Trostle, Adm'rx, Ac, of
Elins Trostle, for a tract of land con
taining 18 acres, In Sivville township.
COMMON TLKAS & QUAKTEtl SESSIONS.
Inquest on dead body of Margaret
Bnrget, held by H. L. Hohenshlldt.
lmiiiest on dead body of John Moore,
held dy I. Chisholm, Esq.
Jniiditiflnn de Itinnflro Inqulrcndo on
Michael Peters, of Watts township, and
John Hemperiy appointed his Com
mittee. Hotel License of John A. Llnawcaver
of Newport borough, transferred to
Wm. T. Kepner.
Preliminary Injunction granted to
restrain County Treasurer from issuing
huckster licenses for a less period than
Report of viewers appointed to assess
dumuges sustained by Jacob Steel, by
reason of tho Pennsylvania Canal Co.,
appropriating land, etc., was confirmed
provided no exceptions be filed within
Charles II. Smiley, Esq., appointed
Auditor to examine accounts of County
TItUKTEKS SALES OF HEAL ESTATE
Mansion farm and limestone quarry,
sold to George Stambaugh for $0050 00,
also house and lot sold to Mrs. Margaret
Graham for $1078 00 by W. W. McClure
committee of Wm. J. Graham.
A tract of land sold to Lewis B. Kerr,
by V. W. McClure, Assignee of John
Irvine for $000 00.
A tract of land in Savillo township,
sold to Conrad Rice, by D. Kistler,
Assignee of Benjamin Rice and John
S. Wetzel, Asslgneo of B. F. Rice for
A tract of land In Madison township,
sold to Wm. Rice by D. Kistler Assignee
of Benjamin Rice for $5050 00.
A house and lot in the borough of
Newport, sold to John A. Hogentogler,
by E. B. Weise Assignee of John Leon
ard for $700 00. Two tracts of mountain
land sold to Wm. Everhart by Avlin
Fry, Assignee of John Crum for $200 00
and $18 40 respectively.
A tract of land in Carroll township,
sold to J. E. Junkln, Esq., by J. 8.
Rickey ,Assigneeof Margaret R. Donley
for $2000 00.
A tract of land Bold to George Kener,
by D. B. Milliken and D. H. Sheibly,
Assignee of John D. Cree for $3500.
A houso and lot sold by Emanuel
Smith, Assignee of D. W. Barrick to
Frances English for $200.
The viewers appointed to pass upon
the expediency of making the Newport
Bridge a public bridge, under the recent
act of assembly reported adversely to
any change from its present condition.
Juniata County. We copy tho follow
ing from the Juniata county papers of
Samuel Imes, a colored citizen of
Walker township, lias been observing
the work of the fly" in tho growing
wheat. He says tiiat by going to a
wheat field on a clear evening about the
time of sunset, and putting one's face
to the ground, and directing the eyes
toward the settii.g aun the "fly"- may
be seen at work. It Is exceedingly
small, and requires good eyes, but a close
look will see them in great numbers.
depositing their larva) in the groove of
tne lear or tne wneat stalk, at a pluce
where the larvre adheres till a dew or
rain washes it down to the heart of the
stalK, where it germinates, or takes life.
and of course after that the vitality of
me wneoi is seriously impaireu 11 not
On Saturday liiBt Buyers & Kennedy's
coal team Btarted from the ware-house
and ran up to Pennebaker & Slautter
back's blacksmith shop, where thev run
against and upset another wagon besides
upsetting the one to which they were at
tached. One of the horses was quite Be
One night last week, Joseph Selber,
residing near McAllisterville, had a
valuable horse kicked on the hind leg
while in the stable, breaking the leg in
two places. The animal was a valuable
one and had to be shot.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last week :
A number of students have been sus
pended from Dickinson college, owing
to depredations committed on Halloween
Mr. N. J. Glass, of Hunter's Run, in
forms us that he shot a strange-looking
animal a few days since. The animal
had made frequent visits to his chicken
coop, and is pronounced by knowing
ones to be a species of catamount. It
measured exactly three feet in length, 15
inches In height, and weighed 10i
On election evening a fight occurred
near the square, between Geo. Hotl'man,
saddler, and a young man by the name
of Meek. During or after the first troub
le, a quarrel arose between Hoffman and
John Faber, a young man, when Hoff
man was knocked down, his head strik
ing on the curh-6tone. Ho Mas taken
up unconscious and carried to the office
of Dr. Krlse, who examined and dressed
Lis injuries, Hoffman all the while re
maining Insensible. He was removed
In this condition to his home. Wednes
day Meek and Floyd, both young men,
were arrest!, but Falter has fled. , Al
though his life was despaired of hopes
are now entertained of ids recovery.
On Tuesday lust a colored child by the
name of Thompson, whose parents re
side on North street, in this borough,
was so bndly burned that death ensued
a short time after. The burned child
with one or two other children was left
in the house while the mother was out
washing. The little one getting too
near the stove Its clothing took fire
when It ran into the street. A neighbor
woman ran to its assistance and stripped
ofr the burning clothes. At first It was
supposed that no serious injury had
been done, but the deceased must have
Inhaled some of the smoke and (lames.
Presbyterian preaching next Sunday
at 11 A. M., and 7 P. M. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
The third Quurterly Meeting for New
Bloiimfield Circuit M. E. Church, will be
held at lckesburg on Saturday and Sun
day .next. Dr. Mitchell, 1'. E., will be
Does This fit You ?-Some of my custom
ers have apparently forgotten that store
accounts need to be paid. I want money
and a little attention to this notice will
save costs. F. MORTIMER.
County Price Current.
. f) loom field November 12, 187.
Vlax-Heed 1 26
Butter p pound 1032)
EggD V dozen 15 "
Dried Apples Hi pound 6 qtn"
Dried Teaches 10 9 15cts.Vlb
N BWPOUT MAUKKTSi
t Corrected Weekly by Kough A Jlroihtr. J
CJ II A.IIV Ac PHODUOK.
Newi-okt, November 10, 1877.
Flour, Extra 10 50
" Super $1 50
Wlilte Wheat V bush, (old) 136aia5
Ked Wheat 1 30 1 30
Corn 40 S2
Oat9 V 32 pounds 2S2S
Clover Seed 4 2.3Q4 25
Timothy Boed 1 20
Flax Seed 1 00
Potatoes 30 30
Bacon 8 ft 11
Ground Alumn Bait 135 6135
Llmeburner's Coal, 2 00
Stove Coal 3 75 0 4 25
Pea Coal 2 f.O
Gordon's Food per Sack, t2 00
FISH, SALT, LIMB AK1) COAIj
Of all kinds always on hand and for sale at the
io west. Ai.ii Kei nates.
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
woodward ti Bonn.
Carlisle, October 27,1887.
Family Flour (6.50
Superfine ltye Flour 3.50
White Wheat, new 1 30
Red Whcat.new 1 30
Corn, (new) 50
Cloverseed 5.(0 a 5.00
Tlmothyseed 1 25
IMce IlEimiKii On the Ttli int., at the resi
dence of the bride's ptirrulH. In 'Joliovne twp., by
the Itev. M. C. Piper, Mr. Win. M. Rice, of tan-
neiisiHin;. rn., ioaiiss Alarm li. Merrier, or lo
buyue twp., Perry county.
ItoTii. At Kshcol on the 7th Inst., Mr. Solomon
j.oui, agca auout a years.
r ADIKS addicted to tho habit of lutein
J j perauce are invited to seek information at a
liilvnte homo, where medical attendance and nil
comforts are provided. For information address
wits. w. it. jsnjiiiM.riti.'s, isox i,tii. l'liliatleliHa.
nuvuuiuer, u, mil.
A SSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that Jacob Rlstlne, and
Susanna his wife, of Wheatlield twp.. Perry Co.,
Ph., have assigned their properly to the under
signed, residing in I ne same lownslilp, lor the
benefit of creditors.
All persons therefore Indebted to aid Jacob
Klstlne and wife. are reouested to make ii.ivment.
and those liavlnR claims will present them duly
authenticated to the undersigned for settlement
November 13, 1877. Assignee.
Lewis Potter, Attorney.
J. M. Giuvis. J. JI. Gikvik.
J. M. GIRVIN & SON.,
FLOUR, GRAIN, SEED & PRODUCE
No. 04 South Gay, St.,
We will pay strict attention to the sale of all
kinds of Country Produce and remit the amounts
promptly. 45 lvr.
J. M. GIRVIN fc SON.
THE subscriber. Executor of Wm. Moore, de
ceased, will sell at public sale, on
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30th, 1677,
the following described property, to wit:
A HOUSE AND LOT,
situate in the borough of llloomnelil. The proper
ty Is located on Mam street, and Is a desirable
projierty for any person wanting a pleasant town
,, ROBERT MOORE.
Bloomneld, Nov. 13, '77 Kxeeutor.
ALSO FOR SALE
the entire real estate, formerly owned by Wm.
Moore, situate In Centre township. This proper,
tyoonslstsof twoGOOD FARMS, containing al
with HOUSES BARN'S, o all complete. These
properties will be gold separately or together.
TFor fui ther lutormation apply to
.'if n i
DO VOlJ WANT TO BUY A FIRST CLASS
DOURLH LAP ROBE, CIIEAPt
DOUBLE HORSE BLANKETS, CHEAP T
A FIRST CLASS 8EWINU MACHINE, CHEAP T
OR ANY HARDWARE, GROCERIES, DRUGS,
WINES, LIQUORS. e., Ac, CHEAP T
t GO TO THE
S. M. S1IULER,
Liverpool, Terry County, Fenna.
1'liEAPKR THAN EVKR.
As the time nppronehes for the renewal of sub
scrlptlims. 1 If K HliN would remind Its friends
and wellwlshers everywhere, that It Is again a
candidate for their consideration and support.
lipon Its record for the past ten years It relies for
a continuance of the dearly sympathy and general
co operation which have hitherto been extended
to It. from every quarter of the Union.
The Dally flun Is a four page sheet of 2Rcol
mims, price by mail, poet paid, 66 cents a month,
or fN'Mfl per year.
The Sunday edition of THE RUN fs an elRht
page-sheet of 5(looliimii9. W hile giving the news
of (he day, it also contains a large amount, of lit
erary and miscellaneous matter specially pre
pared for it. THESI.NliAV SUN has met with
great success. Post paid 81.20 a year.
THE WEEKLY SUN.
Who does not know THE WEEKLY HUN f It
circulates throughout the United States, the Can
adas, and beyond. Ninety thousand families
greet Its welcome pages weekly, and regard it in
the light of guide, counselor, and friend. Its
news, editorial, agricultural, and literary depart
ment make It essentially a Journal for the faml
lyand the llreslde. Terms: One Dollar a year,
post paid. This price, (piallty consideied. makes
It. the cheapest newspaper published. For clubs of
ten, with 810 eash.we w ill send an extra copy free
Address PUBLISHER OF THE SUN,
New York City.
JOHN D. GROVES,
For the sale of Produce. Consignments and
Dealer In Lime. Plasters Hair, Calcined Plaster
ml Cements: Sewer Pipe, Vlre, Iirlck,
Tile, C'hlmiiev, Tops and
Gutter Brick. 45 4tw
No. 0 Ninth Street. . - Pittsburgh.
Jons J. Tatlou ) In the Court of CommonTleas
i of Perry County.
Elle.n Tati-OH. ) No. 43 . August Term, 1877.
KimpiENA in Divorce. Sc.
Notice Is hereby given to the respondent to ap-
5 ear on the llrst Monday of January next, being
IONDAY, the 7th day of January, A. D.. 1874,
and answer the complaint of the said Ilbellant,
and show cause why a decree of divorce a vincu
lo matrimonii should not be granted, Kc.
. . W. WILLIAMSON, Sheriff.
New Uloomlield, Oct.SC,1877.
A VA11IETY STOIZU,
We Invite I lie Citizens of BLOOM FIELD and
vicinity, to call and examine our Stock of
GROCERIES, (JUEENSWARE. GLASSWAR
TIN WARE. A FULL VARIETY OF
NOTIONS, &c, &c, 4to.,
All 'of which we are selling at astonishingly
Give us a call and ftAVTI MONEY, as we
are almost GIVING. THINGS AWAY.
I S Butter and Eggs taken in trade.
West Main Street.
VALUABLE STORE STAND
AT I'MIFATJJ SALE.
Tho subscriber will sell at private sale his
DWELLING HOUSE AND STORE STAND
AND A LOT OF GROUND,
containing Four Acres more or less. There Is a
never-failing Spring of Water and other Out
buildings on the premises.
The above proiiertv Is located In the village
of Centre, Ferry county. Pa. The Store Stand is
good. Post-Ollice in the Store.
- Price llfitiu payments easy. Possession
giveu iu April 1st, lbTti.
G. 8. MILLS.
THE subscriber otters at private sale in gprins
township, Perry county, Pa.,
A Tit ACT OF LAND
containing TWENTY-TWO ACRFS. more or less,
having thereon erected a THREE STORY LOG
WEATHER HOARDED HOUSE, Frame Barn
and Shoemaker Shop and all the necessary out
buildings and a Well of water near the door and
a lot apple, peach, pear, quince and cherry Ireea ,
This property Is located one mile North East of
Oak Grove, and is an excellent location for a
,Terms of sale easy.
August 7, 1877. DAVID REIBER.
VALUABLE STORE STANL
At Private Sale.
THE subscriber offers at private sale about
ONE ACRE OF G ROUND, havin? tliereoii
erected a LARGE HOI SE. with KITCHEN
WASH HOUSE and STABLE, and a WEI L of
good water near the door.
v?r,T,lre '? lar,re STORE ROOM In the
building in which a store has been kept for a
J,"" luestaudl iy desirable
There Is also erected on the premises another
HOUSE AND STABLE, which will be i mid 7kZ
aratehr or wKh the Store Stand, to suit purchas
ers. These properties are located In a good com.
munlry, with Schools and Churches convenient
44 Call ou or addrets
o, --, HOLI.ENBAUGH,
Aug. 21. 77pdJ (Sandy Hill, Perry Co., Pa
CALL AND SEE ME.
The Subscriber ha opened a Store opposite the
Railroad Depot, at NEWPORT, where he spu
pared to supply v"
OYSTERS, GROCERIES, de.,
At the lowest market price. A full stock on
hand. The patronage of Hie public Is solicited
' Newport. Pa,
Don't you want some cheap
foods lor Pauts and Suits f
I you do. don't lull to ei.
Mm.l!!?rt,i'.L-pleJlld wtment for sale by F.
S!.rIWtl -uu can 8uit yourself lu style and