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THE TMKS," NKW KLOOMFIKLl), PA., DECKMIlfiR 1,1877.
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rlvcHat J'tltHburif ttU0 A. M.
VA literary Society has lpon fornloil'itt
Tlie Cove Forgo Furnace Ikih none
into operation aniiin after a long rest..
Tho Kxcolsior I,tlcrary Hociely of
EUioitslmrg has began its winter ses
sions. A Mr. Wm. McClure, of (ireenpark, has
sold the farm on wliieli liu lives to Mr.
John liuni ; Ft) acres at $100 per acre.
Mr. J. Knsmlnper and wife of Carroll
township, recently celebrated their
.A Township Teacher's Institute will
be organized this winter In Carroll
J. C. Smith formerly in the Mercantile
business at Slierniansdare has gone into
the same business at Doubling Uap.
William Matthews, of Saville town
ship, killed a hog a few days ago that
weighed 4()lilbs. '
Xa lime stone quarry has been found
on Mr. 5eards farm in Centre town
ship, in which tho stone looks exactly
like rock candy.
Miss Wilhclm an old lady residing in
Path Valley, Franklin eounty, was
burned to death a few nights ago, her
clothes taking tire while reading.
The farm of James Irvine, of Savillo
township, was sold on Wednesday last
liy the assignee to John House, for a
trille over $10,000.
V One woman ran forgive another for
having better clothes, but she can't for
give her for putting out a better display
on tho Monday wash line.
How doth the big and hearty tramp
improve each shining minute V ty
"going through" your house at night,
and Mailing all that's in it.
The Moore property in this borough
was sold by the executor at public sale
on Friday last, to Mr. A. L. Lane, for
The horse disease is working havoc
among the horses in this county. Sev
eral fanners have already lost one or
more of their animals.
In a note on the game law hist week
we overlooked (lie changes made by the
law or 170. V.y that law, partridges
and rabbits are legal gamo only from
OetoLier loth to December loth.
A correspondent says petty thieves
badly trouble the Spring township peo
ple and n-ik " why can't these pests bo
caught ?" As we are not good at guess
ing conundrums we give it up.
V'On Saturday as Kev. J. V. Cleaver
was riding through the upper corner of
Juniata twp., he saw seven dead tur
keys within a distance of fifteen rods.
How they came there is the question.
The house of Mrs. M'Clean, tituatcd
in Lettukenny twp., about Lalf a mile
from Strasburg, Franklin county, was
destroyed by tire on tho 21st ult. The
fire originated in an attempt to " burn
out" a foul chimney. The loss is esti
mated at f 000.
XThe Calatliunrplan terenaders got
more than they asked for at Mr. Kice's
the other night. He distributed with
great impartiality a bucket of slop which
marked some of their clothing in a stylo
more positive than agreeable.
Mr. Stine of Wild Cat Valley, killed a
hog a, few days since, and the 'next day
the pork could not be found on the
premises, but the tracks of the thief
were there to show iu what manner it
There will be no preaching in the M.
E. church next Sunday as Kev. Cleaver
commences a protracted meeting at
.Mount (Jilcad. 'reaching and sacrament
there at loi A. M., also preaching at tii
Sohle person ttas heard a few nights
' fclnce in trying to force an entrance in
the cellar of John Frymoire, of iiye
township Mrs. F. hearing the noise
looked tor the cause and scared the chap
otl' afivr be bad drawn out the 6 tuple
irtm the door.
Kev. W. W. Downey Was installed &s
)UdUi of the Dunmiiiioii i'lvoby terian
church on last Friday evening at seven
o'clock. W. A. West, of HarrisbuVo:,
preached the Bermon instead of Kev. Mr.
1'axtou on account of sickness in, family
of latter. Kev. W. H. Logan, of Millers
town, fa ve charge to l'astor arid Kev.
J. Kdgar charge to people, A large
audience filled the church-, and the
young pastor is evidently received with
much favor. He is to receive SHOO a
year and free use of parsonage, and the
church trustees report the charge in tat
ter financial condition than at any
Pnunri P.aaH On V-l-i.wlittr w.ir.!irv
u w ii u k'bau. 11 i.iuiiuuj jiariuiii
Johnny Miller or th Juniata J'ottery
was found dead in hts bed. He had been
ill, but had go far recovered as to be
around again. Tm cause of his death
we did not kttrn.
inotticr Sudden Death. On Saturday
evening a little before nine o'clock, Mr.
Win. V. Kaker, oldest son of Judge
linker, of this place, while sitting In ft
chair at homo died very suddenly. He
had Just returned from church, and was
accompanied to the house by Mr. Wm.
Willis, who was at the time conversing
with him. Mr. W. noticing tho young
man fall forward a little In his chair,
wont to his assistance, but In a moment
he was insensible. Medical aid was at
once procured, but tho physician said
dath had come almost Instantaneously.
For some timo deceased had been suffer
ing from heart tligease, but on the day
of his death had felt unusually well.
We have been called upon to record
many sudden deaths recently, but In no
case has the task been so sad as It is
this time, Mr. Kaker being not only a
near neighbor, but an esteemed friend,
and a young man of much promise.
Though the parents and friends can
not help mourning over their bereave
ment, they have the satisfaction of
feeling that what Is their loss Is Wil
liam'a gain. I
Tho Millerstown Sensation. Prof. Silas
Wright desires us to publish the fol
lowing in answer to the rumors and re
ports published, and circulated in rela
tion to the sudden disappearance of his
sister Kineline, who was lately married
against his wish and that of her family
to Mr. H. Kooze, of Nebraska:
1st. He is prepnred to prove by two
or more reliable witnesses besides him
self, that he did not speak to bis sister
Fmellne until she came to his house in
Millerstown, and announced her inten
tion to break oil" her engagement witli
Mr. H. Koo.e, and go to her aunt's in
Montgomery county, Pa.
2nd. That he did not attempt to res
cue her from the excited people on the
bridge, but he did attempt, unsuccess
fully however, to tell her that she was
free to do and go where she pleased, and
could not be legally detained by the con
stables who brought her to the railroad
station, believing that she had been ar
rested, under and by virtue of tho
search warrant Issued by Hsquire
"rd. That he did not pay or offer to
pay anv one to take her away.
4th. That he did not object to her
marriage because of her money about
$000 invested and mannged by him for
her, and on which the interest was paid
up until 27th of July, 1S77 would go
out of his hands.
Novemljer Weather Report. K. Mclntire,
Esq., hands us tho following report of
the weather for the month of Novem
ber, 1S77. Average of Thermometer at
8 o'clock, A. M., 39 degrees, and Si min
utes and of Barometer 30 Inches minus
(1 tenths. Average of greatest heat 47
degrees and .10 minutes, and of lowest of
cold 23 degrees and 46 minutes. There
fell 8 inches and 0-tenths of rain. Sat
urday the !ird was tho warmest day, the
Thermometer running up to 50, nnd Fri
day the .10th the coldest, the mercury
sinking to 2:5. The average of the Ther
mometer was lower by 7 degrees than
Doings in t!:a Register's Office. The
following business of public interest was
done in the Kegistcr's Ofllce since our
last report :
Letters of Administration have been
granted to Joseph Hibbs, of Juniata
twp., on the estate of C. S. Toomey, to
Joseph Liebkecher, of Liverpool, on the
estate of Isaac Fwutcman, of Greenwood
twp.; to W. A. Sponsler, Esq.. as Ad
ministrator do bonm now, on the estate
of Dr. James (ialbraith; and to Mary
Hammaker, of Watts twp., on the estate
of John Hammaker.
An unusual number of assignments
were also put up record as follows :
A twtynor it ReiMence.
Wm. Holmes. Miller Ip (o
Win. leneh. Vnlllell l
Hi moil H. denser, Oi,tre tp
A nd'w (.'Imisor,
.lolin A. Clouscr, " "
lasiHh 15. t'lousnr, " "
.In enh .stontler, Civrroll, "
Ji tin WrHtide m d
K. JlHiiiile, ( nitre "
Ki in mi -I ' ii, Tbbowe "
11 uiik-1 ( less, Ontfe, "
A. R. riouser.
F. n. C li'iiser.
Chan. 11. frintlfy.
riia. A. Eainett.
(Jhas. II. Smiley.
A. H. lioutcr.
A Nov Cnme. Seven of 'em all very
dry eat walling for some one to nsk
theinto"take something," v. hen an
other crony came in and told, "I've
learned a new game;" All brightened up
when the speaker continued, "all who
want to try it step up and place
your thumb on the edge of tho bar.
Seven thumbs were soon in a row when
the chap proceeded to explain that the
game was, " that the first man to lift
his thumb had to treat the crowd." A
more sorry looking group you could not
find, and when our informant left, each
man was still hoping that sonic one
would soon give in.
A Thieving Tramp. A few days ago a
chap giving his name as Frank Hern
don, stopped at Mr. It. K. Tregor's in
Saville twp., and requested to bo kept,
saying ho was out of money. As he
seemed a quiet sort of a man, he was al
lowed to stop and the next day being
rainy ho was permitted to stay and work
for his board till the weather got better.
On - Wednesday during Mr. Tregor
absence the chap left, taking a good pair
of Mr. T.'s boots. Upon his return he
followed the fellow, and stopped at
Kice's mill to ask if he had been seen to
pns that way. " Yes," replied the mil
ler, " lie was here a little while ago and
I paid him for tho wheat he brought."
This was the first Intimation that he
had stolon anything but the boots. Mr.
T. followed In the direction he had taken
nnd overtook him near Kealetown. He
recovered his boots nnd all tho money
ho had received for the wheat except a
few cents ho had spent.
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Sunday School Convention. The First
District Union Sunday School Conven
tlon of Perry county, composed of the
Sunday schools In Saville, Tuscarora and
Juniata townships, will meet in the
church at Markelvllle, on Saturday, Do
comber 15th, at 101 o'clock A. M. AH
the schools In the District are requested
to send delegates, with reports of their
schools. Tho convention will meet on
Saturday, Saturday night, Sunday and
Sunday night .
J. D. Kakkii, Sec.
4 . .
Results of Careless Shooting. Suit for
damages has taen commenced against
Henry Crull, Esq., charged with causing
the death of Levi Swartz, near Mans
ville, the particulars of which sad affair
were given In Tun Timks several weeks
since. A criminal charge has also been
made, and the defendant was held to
answer, bail being furnished by John
Kurd, James English, Darius Long, and
Wm. Kice, in the sum of $hoo each.
Rather Stranco. Last week Mr. John
Frymoire, of Kye twp., upon going to
tho stable in the morning found a mule,
that had been apparently well tho
night before, dead. What Is very
strange is that upon opening tho mule
corn chop was found In the stomach,
though Mr. F. had fed no chop or corn
In any shape. Ho can In no way ac
count for the death of his mule.
Buffalo Township Items. A correspond
ent from New Kuft'alo says :
Tho thieves have given our neighbor
hood a visit again. They have taken
about fifteen bushels buckwheat from
Wm. Livingston. They also tried the
granaries of Mrs. Briner by boring holes
from the outside but were not successful.
They also broke the locks oil' the gran
aries of Mr. P. W. Miller, on the night
of the 2tth and carried away some oats.
It is supposed they were after Ills wheat
but fortunately ho had it in the houso.
On tho night of the 2.'Srd they broke
Into the granaries of Mr. J. C. Stewart,
and carried away (i bushels of clover
seed, and 10 bushels of wheat.
The river is in good rafting order and
still on tho rise.
Horse Stolen and Recovered. On Thurs
day morning information reached this
place that during Wednesday night a
bay driving marc had been stolen from
Mr. A. Foster Mullin's stable, in Mt.
Holly. The news was at once sent In
all directions, and searchers were on the
alert. On Friday morning Mr. Thum
ma, residing on the Wagner's Gap road,
about live miles from this place, brought
a horse, answering tho description of
Mr. Mullin's animal to the Mansion
House, in this place, and persons there
at once recognized it as the animal
wanted. Careful Inquiry concerning tho
matter developed the following version,
which U doubtless in main correct. Ed.
Wert Is a young man who is a native of
this place, has led a wayward youth
and was last week released from tho
Kloomfleld Jail, where he had been held
on a charge of stealing a horse from his
brother David, of this place. Ho at
once returned to this county, and on
Thursday morning early two young
men of thU place saw him riding a large
bay mare up one of our streets. Sus
pecting that something was wrong, they
questioned him closely, he asserting, in
answer that tho horse belonged to his
father; half-doubting the story they fol
lowed him and he tied the horse at the
stable and disappeared. Supposing
everything was as Edward asserted, they
left. Subsequently the horse disappear
ed and during the morning Wert ap
peared with it at Mr. Thumma's resi-
! dence, asking if he could warm himself
! and get fiouio breakfast, to which an
affirmative answer Was given. During
the conversation Mr. Thumma said he
thought he recognized Wert, who
answered that such a thing was proba
ble, that ho was a stock dealer a nd had
frequently passed that way, adding that
he had traded for twenty head of sheep
and some young cattle that the seller
was to deliver there, und, as the latter
had not put in an apperance he would
walk up the road to meet him, to which
his host, suspecting nothing, made no
objection. Edward accordingly went,
leaving the mare, and has not yet taen
heard fcovti.- Carlisle Mirror.
A Nest Of Thieves. A Chambersburg
Exchange says: For several months
pasta number of petty robberies have
occurred In this vicinity, which despite
the vigilance of our police force have,
until recently, remained a mystery as to
whom the parties were. By a seeming
ly trifling circumstance, a clue was given
which has resulted In the arrest of one
of the gang, a knowledge as to the
others and the recovery of lot of the
A few days ago a maw hy the name of
Frederick Oerner, whoso residence was
In the neighborhood of Wolfslown, left
at A. V. Kclneman's Jewelry Store a
watch to bo repaired. Whllo at work,
on It Mr. Kelneman discovered the name
of John II. Krcchblll. Suspecting
something wrong he went to Mr. Krech
bill's residence, In an adjoining town
ship, and there learned that tho watch
hail taen stolen from him about the mid
dle of October. The Chief of Pollco was
not I tied and (lerner arrested, and coin
milted to jail. Here he was visited by
Esquire Jetrrles and the police, and after
some talk, made a clean breast of his
evil doings, and Implicated an his con
federates In crime three others, whom
he called Charles Krown, Snyder,
and August September. These tho po
lice are on the lookout for and it Is to be
hoped they w 111 soon be In the clutches
or tho law.
Search warrants were issued and plac
ed In the bands or Charles Croft and J.
A. Cramer, who succeeded in finding
a lot of goods In tho possession of Oer
ner and Brown, and which are now at
'Squire Jeffries' ofllce awaiting owner
ship. Juniata County. Wo copy tho follow
ing from tho Juniata county papers of
On Tuesday morning Charlie Pannc
Imker, son of Daniel I'annebaker, r ibis
borough, fell otl" the out door stop of the
school bouse, nnd fractured and disloca
ted the left elbow joint. Dr. Hanks ren
dered the im (Ileal and surgical attention
necessary in (he case.
On Monday night the store of Mr.
Win. Van Sweringon at P.wiletown was
burglariously entered by thieves, and an
overcoat, a suit of clothes, a pair of
boots, und other articles were carried
away. An entrance was effected through
a window at tho east end of the store.
On Tuesday night last Mr. A. J. Fer
guson and wife, residing in East Watei
ford, were nearly suffocated by coal gas
that had escaped from tho stove in the
room near bedchamber. Had not their
situation been discovered for an hour
later, there Is no doubt but that they
would both have been suflbcatcd.
The saw-mill of Mr. David Beale,
situate near Kealetown, was entirely
destroyed by lire on Friday night of last
week. The mill was Ignited from the
sparks of a flro which was built on tho
outside of the mill by the young man
who was engaged in sawing lumber,
who used It for Warming himself, and
who neglected to put It out when he left
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last week :
One day last week, Mr. Jacob Brlcker,
of Hampden township, butchered two
fine hogs duringtheaticrnoon and hung
them up In his out kitchen, intending
to dissect them the next morning, but
during tho ninht somo unsonscionable
pilferer stole tho pork.
Wednesday morning, Mr. B. Frank
Irvin came to Shippensburg with two
horses In his carriage, and stopping in
front of Allrick's drug store a man pass
ed along the pavement earryingatuikey
which commenced to flutter, and fright
ened the horses. They broke loose and
ran down Main street at a fearful pace;
running in Paguo & llockersmith'sstore
they frightened the horse belonging to
that firm, causing him to run also. Mr.
Jrvin's carriage was completely demol
ished. The animals were nil captured
before doing any Injury to themselves.
The Shippensburg Chronicle says : A
great excitement was raised in town .Sat
urday evening, when tho banks of the
creek which crosses this borough, over
flowed and deluded the whole territory
between Fayette street nnd H. C.Anglc's
residence. The amount or damage,bov
ever, was trifling. Long and Johnson
had quite a quantity or coal swept away
from their yard at the Company ware
house; the foot bridge at tho tannery
was carried down the stream, while the
pavement in front of tho old C. V. en
gine house was entirely washed out; cel
lars were inundated and in many In
stances the contents destroyed. Follow
ing on down the stream no serious dam
age was done until at Middle Spring,
where the paper mill dam and a portion
or the mill itself was torn away. The
loss to Mr. Shryock will umountto over
ono thousand dollars. We have not
heard of other damage having been done,
but feel confident that nearly every
bridge over the small streams through
out the county has been swept away.
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Preaching iti tho Lutheran Church
nexlSunday at 10i A. M. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening. At Markel
vllle at 2t P. M. on the same day.
Preaching In the l;o:oimed church
next Sunday &i - o'vioc.t P. 21.
Presbyterian preaching next Sunday
at 11 A. M., and Cj P. M. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at (1 J o'clock.
Y. M. C A. meeting in f lie Keformed
Church next Sunday at 4 o'clock l'. hi.
Teachers' Institute. Tho Twenty
Eighth Session of the Perry County
Teachers' Institute will beheld in the.
Court House in Bloomflcld, tho week
commencing Dectmtar --Un, l'"77.
Boarding for the time will be W 00.
KST A general turnout of teachers and
friends of education Is expected.
Silas Wiiioiit, Co. Sup't.
Dec. 4, 1877. 4t
Public Sales. We call nttentlon to the
following public sales :
TliumJiiy, December (1th, Blngleloa 8heallcr,
near Muiuvlllu, will lull koraua, cows, young
cattle, Htid fitrmiug luiuleiucuU.
Saturday, December S'lud, Jacob Long, tbe
Assignee of David fry, will ti a liuct of
luii (I, tituuW iu Carroll twp., fa.
County Price Current.
Klax rleed ,. i 'i-
Put utiles 3S
Nuttur V pound 20B2'i
Riirh V doen 22"
Dried Apple 11 pound A ct"
Dried I'eaehc 10 Q lfte.tii.yft
M KWl'OUT M A It K K.l .
I Corrected W'ekly by Knig ik Jlroihr.
ill I IN At 1'ltODfJOK.
Nkwpoiit, November 30, 1H77.
flour. Kxtra to r0
" Super l CO
Willie Wheat V bush, (old) 1 30 a 1 30
Hed Wheat 1 25 t IS
Corn 40 flf2
Oatn fl 32 pound 2S2S
Clovor Heed 4 2.14 2.1
Timothy Heed 1 25
Flax Reed 1 oo
Potatoes if5 go
Bacon l f l
Dressed Hoks 4SaS;;
Ground Altimn Halt 1 S.IOI S
l.lmebiirner'i Coal i 00
Btoe lloal 8 7ft O 4 36
Tea Coot 2 to
Gordon's Food per Suck tl 00
FISH, SALT, LIMK AND COAL
of all kinds always on hand and for sule at the
Lowest Miukiit lUtea.
CARLISLE PJtODUCK MAKKRT.
WtMJDWAKI) & 1101)11.
L'Mii.isi.n, November :!0,1R87..
Family Flour MM
HuperMne Kye Flour Xftt
White) Wheat, new 1 30
Ked Whcat.tiew 1 30
. . M
Corn, (new) so
Onls. ... -,
Tiniolliysi'ed , 1 2
I'.r.s rzKl. Mien. At the l.uthernti imrsormpe in
(his pliKiu, by Hev. I1. rllieeiler, on ilie, i'.nli ult .,
Mr. Hiiinu.'l lleulziilto Miss Clara lllce, Loth of
iAiu.iN Oxtph. On the 2l(h ult., bv the Ttev.
.1. W. Cleaver, Mr. Daniel tiurlln.to Miss Doro
thy Oxter, all of litis plat'o.
. Kank Hoi. In I.uiKlisburir. on the 2th,tilt.,
Mr. Duvld Kann. of HprhiK twp., to Miss busic.
ilitUKhter of John Hum, Ksi.
IIhiiithii On Iho z:ird lilt., In Fast Newport.
John Kluliter. a veil 4S years and 4 dnys.
Fikski. In Duiieaniioii, on Hie 2ilh ult., Mar
garet A. r Intel, Hiitd 17 years, 6 months und 3
MnCi.tniK Af.linr residence, 3120 Walnut Ht.,
l'hllaileliihla, Matilda h., lornieily of Juniata
county, l'a.. wife of Hon. A. K. MeCluie, Editor
of the riilladelpliia 'Jimea, ni;cil II years.
MeCl.lMil!. On Uio mil nil.. Ill New Y'irk, of
Itrlchl's Kidney dlmwio, Col. John W. M'Cnire,
In the 47th year of his n ?(. His remains wens
taken to Vouiit?stiiwn, Ohio, and Interred In tho
cemetery there, at whlli pluco his father and
mother are burled, lleliadbeen a former resi
dent of tills county.
Uakkii In Ilils borouali. on the 1st Inst., Wm.
W., son of Judyu ll,i'ier,H:?:d 22 years, 7 month.,
and 7 days.
The Vouns Men's ChrlKtl.in Association, of
New IlliMiinlielil, having met with a deeply af
fecllnit loss in t lie death of Wm. W. linker, who
was an earnest mid most woitliy member of the
society, deslie by these words to record brIHIv,
their testimony lo the piely and zealous clirl's.
linn character e( llielr departed brother V
sympathize with tlio allllcted f.iiuily mid friend
In tlielr loss. '1 1'eir comfort and ours Is tli.it the
loved son nnd brother rests with Jesus, 'lliiii
memory shall lonn remain a sweet fragrance with
the little band he. was so prominent In oi (.'ani.ini;
and we trust, Ills example ns a laborer in Chris:,
and his II rut faith In a precious Saviour, mav en
cnurauo us lo continued ellort In the cause of tho
Master with whom he now dwells.
WM, If. SMITH,
IibiomlicM. Dec. 1, 1377. Committee,
"yATCHMAKEH & JEWELER. j
Watchmaker and Jeweller, Carllkle Slrcet,
New Uloomfleld l'a. licpalrlng of all kinds well
and promptly done.
Grain Wanted at tlio Newport 31111s.
rpHK understirnfd will pay a premium on good,
L dry, clean eiain of nil kind".
MILTON B. KhIIKLMAN.
48 ly. Newport, Terry county, l'a.
SSIGNEE'S NOTICE. "
Notice Is hereby ghen that Jacob I!itlne, and
Susanna his wife, of Whea'lleld twp.. l'eiry co..
IV, have assigned their property to the under
signed, residing In (he sumo township, for the
benellt of creditors.
All persons therefore Indebted to (aid Jacob
Klstine and wife, are requested to make pament.
and those having claims will present tliein duly
aiiilieiuiealed tot'io undersigned fur settlement
November 13. 1S77. Assignee.
Lewis 1'orriiB, Attorney.
CALL AND SEE ME.
The Subscriber lias owned a Store opposite the
Pailioad Depot, at NKWl'OHT, where lieU pie
pared to supply
OY8TE118, OllOCEIlIES, f c,
At the lowest market price. A full Mock oa
hand. The patronage of the public is solicited.
4 .U. W'M. U K Li,
Fi:OM THE SEED TO THE
A practical hand hook for the Tobacco Plauler,
embracing: the an: hoi's practical experience iu
ciiltivatini; and curies the weed, and iliemethods
practiced In all the .States In which it is grown.
A complete r-iiide to the planter and a work of
liieal interetto tbe consumer of tobacco on ac
count of its hlstoiical unit medical Inioi illation.
A hook that everybody should have. lMipaties,
octavo, by It. liii.-li Beusoney, M. D., Chanibers
buiK, l'a. I'licetlne Dollar, srnt to any address
on receipt of the price. Aoenis wanted to fell
this book every wlieie and II sells wit hum trouble.
Address JOHN M. POMKUOY.
I'ubllsher of "Franklin Hepositoryy Cbambers
November, 27, ls77.
Creat reduction In price for ISTSof Olfason'S
rtiTOKiAi. I S3 a year. Miiji'e copies 5 cents.
Tub Homk chicle to $2 year, tnKl copies 5
Cents, for sate by all newsdealer.
(ii.KAhON's Monthly Comiamon toll a year,
slnnle copies PI cents. All postao five.
(ample ouptes sent on receipt of a 3 cent stamp.
Thu price u( Chrumos has Just been greatly re
duced. No one now jtivessuch liberal term lo
agents as we do. Send lor new circular. Addres
F. ULKASO.V, 7..S WasiiliiBUm 61., lio-tou
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