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Tuesday, August 2,1870. LOCAL DB 1'A II T M E N T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a l ea r in Advance ! rei-snns who receive a paper with this article marked, may know tnat they slioulil mail tr oth erwise send tlie subscription price, it tliey wish to continue lo receive 'i'ne Times. CORRESPONDENTS wilt please boar In jnintl I hat tellers leee.vcd niior than Saturday ove 11 i tiKo ' tne down mail on Monday inorinug'have to lay over until Hie following week. The Steel-Works in York county liavo been jmt into successful operat ion. ScTOl'C thunder i-litiwcisliuvo visited the KiiiToundiii counties. All our exchanges have accounts of damages dono by wind and lightning. V ' - JiOokcd Nice. Ye have seen several la lies recently whoso heads were fiot dislig ireil by false hair, or the ugly chignon. Several gentlemen who have seen them were much pleased, and the general verdict was, " how nice they look." y ,-' Sllll Stroke. A man named Alex Adams, employed on the railroad, was prostrated y tho heat on Monday last, while engaged tit his work on the railroad a short distance below Newport. M-'die d aid was speedily procured, and the probabilities are that Mr. Adams will soon recover. A Young Man named Orland.i Kelly was found dead in a hog-pen in Kestraver twp., "Westmoreland county, not long since, lie had been out hunting, and a rain coming tip he took refuge in the hog-ien where, from Bonio unknown cause, the gun was dis charged, and the contents entered his fore head. Iucenilhiry Fires have been quite frequent in Altoona for some time past. Tho author ities have succeeded in arresting a portion of tho gang, who have been engaged in the rascally business, and two of them have been committed to jail in default of bail to await the action of the grand jury. Accidents from trying to use coal oil to light lircs with, are of so frequent occur rence that it would seem as though persons would soon learn not to attempt to uso it for that purpose. During tho past week three accidents of that kind have occurred in this State ; two of them proving fatal. Killed. Daniel Kleckener, whose family, consisting of a w ife and one child, reside in Giceuwcod tp., near Millerstown, was late ly killed in Sliamokin by the premature dis charge of a blast in a coal mint;. Tho de ceased was it sou of Michael Kleckener of Savillo twp., this county. r. Slloej)j)K don't want to bo hung, and pathetically appeals to Governor Geary to pardon him, so that ho may join tho Prus sian army, ami light against tint "impudent man," (as he calls Napoleon.) Wo don't believe that PVusia wants that kind of help, and think propably that the Governor will be of tho same opinion. Stale Teachers' Association. Tho annu al meeting of this association will bo hold in tho court house at tho city of Lancaster, on tho (Mh 10th and llt of this month. It is expected that tho exercises will bo very interesting, and of great importance to the cause of education. Information regarding accommodations may bo had by addressing Col. V. L. Bear, Lancaster. ensiis Items. Tho Deputy Marshal for Buf.'nlo and Watts townships, and BuHalo borough reports as follows, in regard to tho population, number of farms, &c. : New BulUilo I'orough : Dwellings, 40 ; Families, fi9 ; Population, 239. AVatts Township: Farms, "47; Dwell ings, ; Families, 82 ; Population, 4(1(1. Hullahi Township : Farms, 80; Dwell ings, 110 ; Families, 140; Population, 771. Tiie Weather For July. According to tho report of IJ. Mclntire, Esq., of this borough, the weather statistics for tho past mouth are as follows : Quantity of ruiu which fell, was'C inches and 2 tenths. Averago heat at 8 A. M., 71 deg. 14 min. Average of tho greatest heat 87 deg. 14 miii. Average of the greatest cold, 05 deg. 45 min. The wannest day w as Monday, tho 18th, ho thermometer 07 degrees. Tho coolest ly was 8 uuday tho 31st, thermometer at ) degrees. 1 r..l.., I1.. ..If li !t !... V timum iMttrn till fiitmtiv it inline. On Wednesday of last week, a man named "Cnnnon," who was in jail in this borough awaiting trial, for stealing a hoi so from John Ileal d, of Centre township, made his escape. This ho did by scaling tho wall with a ropo which ho made by tearing up his bed tick, and attaching it to tho wall with a hook ho made from some wire. Af ter reaching tho top, he jumped to the al ley in tho rear of the yard, and up to the present time nothing has been learned as to nis whereabouts. A reward of lil'ty dol lars is oil'ered for his arrest. Tho sheriil and jailor were loth absent from town on business at the time, so that tho fellow had a good start before any pursuit was made. The Biooinf.eld Academy has, under the management of the present proprietor, Vt ui. Gi ier, Esq., been remarkably success ful. For next term, which commences on ihe 2DH, iust., Mr. Grier has secured tlie services of Prof. W. II. Dill, who is a grad uate of Kutgor's College, and a teacher of experience. Under his supervision as Principal, we have no doubt that scholars will improve as rapidly as they have dur ing the past terms, anil that the present popularity of the academy will bo well maintained. We trust the citizens of the county will give this institution the hearty support thai us merits entitle it to. The Illustrated Humorist. Wo have re ceived the July number of the above. Willi this number commences its regular publi cation, and no charge will be made to sub scribers for tlie May number, or specimen copy. Published at Fayetteville, N. Y., by F. A. Darling, at lil'ty cents a year. Per sons who enjoy a humorous paper, should not fail to send their subscription. Tusciiroru Academy, Acntiriniu, Ii. More than three thousand young men have gone forth from this school, so trained in all, tho branches of scholarship, as to enable many of them to rolled honor upon them selves, and the institution at which they received tneir education. The large experience and earnestness of the Principals in tho cause of education, will contribute much to the successful train ing of youth entrusted to their care. Terms $200. Scud for a circular. r Church end Itailroad. A meeting is to be held in the Presbyterian church on next Friday evening to see what means can be taken towards repairing and improving that building. Wo believe tho best way to doit would bo to make the railroad from Dun cannon to this place, and this town would grow so rapidly that church improvements would follow as a matter of course. As one or two of tho commissioners of the proposed road are interested in this church improvement we offer tho above suggestion for their consideration. Secrets ci'tiie Toilette, Recently, a la dy well advanced in years, who had renoun ced the pomps and vanities of tho world, was curious t o know some of tho tricks, and repaired to a famous professor of tho art for rendering her sex " beautiful forever." Addressing the Parisian "Rachel," she said, "Perhaps you mistake tho motive of my visit ; 1 have come to endeavor to re pair what is irreparable." " Madame, I am quite at your service," said tho enameler. " Well, how do you go to work?" "I employ several methods. If you wish to be dono thoroughly, like (naming a, certain great lady), several days of prepa ration are ueceessary. Look in this magni fying mirror. You see all the wrinkles and hollows which time has imprinted upon your face. Well, I first fill up these with lino silken threads, which are carefully laid in each wrinkle, and attached by some adhe sive preparation. This takes a very long time, and requires great dexterity of hand. When every wrinkle is thus tilled up, I spread over the face one of my preparations, which fixes tho thread firmly to tho skin, and keeps Ilium all in tneir- placo. After that a slight dusting of violet powder, which must bo constantly renewed. This process will last for a mouth, after which it must be repeated." " Well," said tho la dy, "but during tho month, how about washing the face ?" " You must not think of washing, noi even blow your nose. That would disturb the position of tho threads laid in tho erow's feet, niadamc." Tho priestess of tho fountain of youth then de tailed more minutely other less elaborato meaii8 of repairing tho ravages of lime, mentioning various titled dames, who had been "rejuvenated" in a most successful manner and informing her visitor that 'per manent beauty,' equivali nt to a new skin, cost only 500 francs and other minor im provements in proportion. A Cattle Epidemic. The people of Salem Va., a town about fifty miles from Alcxan dria,on the Orange, Alexandria and Manass as railroad, arc sadly afflicted by the loss of nearly every milch cow in that locality from the effects of a disease, sudden and violent in its attack, and which in tho three days has carried off nineteen cows whilo many others will probably die. Tho Wash ington ro) u ."ica i says : " Tho disease is supposed to liavo been brought into the neighborhood by a herd of Texas. cattle recently pastured in the vicini ty of tho town while awaiting a market. As soon as the animal contracts tho disease her milk is dried at once, tho kidneys cease their action, whilo tho stomach 'refuses to perforin its functions. In some cases a quantity of mucous forms in tho windpipe, and a spasmodic action is noticed about the head. Various remedies have been ap plied by the owners, but nothing has been found snJliciently efficacious to prevent a fatal termination. The citizens are great ly exercised in regard to the matter, and threaten dire vengenanco upon tho heads of the Texan drovers if they can be found. In some States these cattle are prevented by law fiom being brought within its boun daries, and our Virginia friends urge that some action must bo taken in their State." In a Well. A few days since a little girl living at, York, fell into a well about twen ty feet dee), but was brought out by two men, and was found to bo but little injured. Busy Pkason. Its always busy season at Oak Hall. We have been there at all times of tho day and a.l seasons of the year, but never saw it dull" there yet. Church ofiees. Tn tho Methodist church, prayer-meet ing Thursday evening. Preaching Sunday evening at 7$ o'clock by Rev. Wm. Schriber. In tho Reformed Church prayer meeting on Thursday evening. Preaching next Sab bath at 10 a. m. In the Presbyterian Church prayer meet ing on Wednesday evening. Preaching on next Sabbath at 11 o'clock a. m., by Rev. John Edgar. Jirlefn. A Ualloor. ascension is to take nlaco in Shippenshurg next Thursday. Court is now in session. A full report of tho proceedings will bo published in tho Times next week. No chargo is made for publishing mar riages or deaths, but for obituary notices "see terms on the fourth page. The accident to tho canal at tho aqueduct was not as serious as at first expected, and boats are already running as usual. A camp meet ing to be held near Waterloo .Juniata County commenced on tho 2nd ol September. Tho oat crop which is now about all in, turns out very satisfactory. The quantity and quality both being full equal to tho averago. A "fast horse" which proved to bo a wood horso tied in the slablo "sold quite a number of persons in this borough last week. A daily paper is to be published at tho "Red llarn"' camp meeting in Cumberland county. It is published by the euieriirisinu' editors of the Shippeiisburg News. X-Chicknns about tho si.o of a robin have 1 11: . I. ; . I 1 n , i nee 11 selling hi mis ooiougn lor 1110 past, week quite freely at .iOeis per pair. To ask such a price seems liko robbing tho purchaser. John Wistek Esq., Treasurer of tho Dnncannon Iron Company announces that arrangements have been made by that company to purchase grain for cash, see advertisements in another column. A ' harvest home' was held by the order of American Mechanics at EHiotshurg on Saturday last. Quite a number were present from this borough ami from other localities. A bountiful repast was provided and the report of all was, "wo had a good time." Pensions, Bounties, &c. T7rIIM)VS, Minor Children, Mothers, Fathers. V &c. of Soldiers who were killed or ti ed of disease contracled in the Servn-o of the United Slates, can now make application for I'enslnn. Also Soldiers who coiilracltij disease or were wounded, ruptured, or in any way disabled in the war of Mil. When widows d o or re marry, the child or children under sixteen years of age are entitled to a Pension. The time for tiling claims for additional bounty lias been extended six months. Particular attention giv n loold suspended cases In the dillerent. di'paitnienls at Washington, 1). (!. If you have, or think you have a ela in against the doverniucnl, call on or address the undersigned. No charge lor information. LliWIS l'OTTKi:, Attorney for Claimants, 4 H N KW ItLOOMFI F.LI), PA. Cwwli Ijill loi" C! l'ui 11. Till! DUN CAN' NOV TlfOV CO.MI'AW have rented the OKIsT MILL of Mr. (irlfillh Jones, of that place, and lire prepared to buy Grain to any amount for CASH. JOHN WIsTi-P, Treasurer. lHuicaiuion, July , 1S70. Pennsylvania K. It. Time Table. NEWPORT STATION. On and after May 29, 1370, Passenger trains will run as follows: WEST. Pittsb'g Expr's. (Flag)4.41 a. M. dally exe't Sunday. Way Passenger, tun a. m., daily except Monday, Mail '2.11 p. m. daily except Suutkiv. A mixed train with passe-liner ear attached, will leave Ilarrisburg at 6 o'clock p. in., and Newport at 0.40 p. in. EAST. Fast Line . 4.10 A. M., dally except Monday. Ilarrisburg Accom. 11.31 A. M., daily " Sundav. Mail, 7.63 I'. M., daily except Holiday J. J. I1AKCJ,AY, Agent. County Trice Current. Hl.OOMFIEM), August 1, 1870. Flax-Reed 2 00 l'otatoes, (H) cents. Hotter V pound IS " J-iggs !f! dozen, V " Dried App'.es IT pouiiil (i " Dried Teaches 8 if? lOets.tt. l'ealed Teaches 1," 18 cts. " Cherries, 0 tii 0 cts. " Tilted 15 18 cts. " I'.lacUberrics 8 f 1U cts. " Onions bushel,...; " t Corrected Weekly 1n Wm. Kovrih t- ions. NEwroitr, August 1, l&iu Flour, Extra S 'J5 lied Wheat 1 25 ffl 1 25 Ilye 85 Corn 85 00 Oats V SI pounds 50 Clover Seed 6 506850 Timothy Seed 3 00 l-'lax Seed, 1 75 Potatoes 1515 Ground Allium Salt '. 2 50 Lliucliurnor's Coal 2 40 Stove Coal, 4 50 gj 50 Tea Coal 3 40 Smith Coal 25 cts. 1 b.s. Cross Tics,s',i feet, long 30 40 cents, Bhanvan (iKi.nAOH On tho 27th lilt., nt the residence of the bride's mother, in Dnncan non, by Kev. W. I). 0. ltodrock, Mr. Alexan der lliaiiyiin to Miss Lavlnia (jelbacu. Mim.ur III Juniata township, July 25th., 1870, Mr. Edward Wesly Miller, aged years, 10 months and 8 days. lie died in peace. And now, beloved brother, farewell! Thy warfare is accomplished. Thy tears nre nil wiped away. Thou lnot landed where "the w icked cease from troubling, tind the weary are nt rest." We rejoice Unit no man took thy crown. Wo rejoice that utter thy work was done, thou wast permitted In thine own quiet home to meet the lu-t enemy. Thy dyinj; pil low was not perplexed by those anxious for bodtiius that have tried the faith of bo many. The wile of thy youth is following hard after tliee j and thy brothers and sittei-B, wo trivt, are resolving at thy hallowed grave, thatBlie phall not travel alone, but that they will jour ney with her. And we who are left behind ure looking uf'tor thee, saying : " Our separation Is only temporary. A time of re-union is hastening on. Farewell ! Fare well! We shall soon meet thee In that world where the voice of mourning is heard no nioro forever." (Funeral services Iy Kev. 13. G. Iluber.) Pea In Miller township, on the 21st uH., Laura, infant daughter of licnjainin and Susan Pea, aged 10 months and 1 day. Mmroi rmr N KW THING, for genllomen's 1J riLt i. J. u -.eonly. Sent by return mail on receipt ol o0 cents. A-.'enli wanledeverywhere. Address, L. MUNltOlC & CO., 4 :il 3in V. O. l'.ox 3201, N.Y. City. Xi 33 IB 3ST O 3T rIutunl Tire Insurance Company, OF iToiiowio-wii, l't'iiii'ii. POLICIES TI-ni'l'.TUAl, at Low Kates. No Sleam risks taken. Tins is one ol the best conducted ami mo .t reliable Oonipau es in the Male. Country properly insured Perpetually at 1 00 per thousand, and 'i'lnvu properly at io iw per thousand. Tine Pcaiiasjlvasjia Cattla Insurance Company, OY I'OTTS V I L L K, l'K V V A., TNSUKKS IIOltSKS AM) OATTLK AGAINST Death, Theft, or Accident, at very Low ltale.s. Call on or address LEWIS POTTER, NEW ULOOMI'T ELI), PA., Agent for Terry County. Voir the Dally Minns' Jonrivii of July 22, 1870. Yesterday James II. drier, Afent of the Ix'b anon .Mutual Tire Insurance Company, promptly paid Lewis Harris Sl.'O, his insurance policy in full, which he lost by tire on liailroad Street, last Fri day. Mr. drier also pahl John Tettinger SS0, his In surance policy in full, whichw.is on ahorse that if ed last Saturday, and was insured In tlui Tenu Hylvania Cattle Insurance Company, ol Tolts ville. 110 gTILL. AHEAD I Tho " Jolly Yo-ang American," Is th'( best, ne-itest, and .olllo it paper out.. Cham full of .loily stories. Jokes. Sk"tehes, Poetry, Mat rimonial and Siicy Advert Undents, and hi fact everyfhliii; iiilere tlni;. Subscribe and sleep well nlglits. No humbug. J-;rAui.isiu:i 1H07. 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Itelui iiiiig, leaves Newport at 2.30 p. in., or Olt the arrival of the Mail I rain West, He has also opened a 1-1 VLKY In th Stabler beloiigiiiR to liinesniilh's Hotel, where Iib s pre. pared tu furiiish iiorsts and buggies at umloiatu prices. AAIOS ItOLlNSON. PERRY HOUSE, New Hlooinlk'lu, Ta. rTJIK subscriber having piirchasetl the property JL oil the 'ornor of Ma no and Caili .le stieets, opposite the'Court House, Invites all his friends and former Jiisloiuers to give him a call us l.e is deterinined I furuisli Hist class accommodations. TiiuMAtt mrjvjiy 3 Hi. Proprietor. fyALL rAVICHS AAD BOUDElcS. A Fine Assortment of spring styles are now for sale ly the subscribers ut low prices. i'. MOltTIMKU tt CO., New liloomlleld, Tarasols nnd t' uu llmbrelliiH for b&Io I j P. Mortimer & Co., at from 75 etnits to $3 23. To BlaeliKiniths. Those wanting tlio best quality of Too and Winter Htet.-l, can prclmso it nt low prices of F. Jloiuuitr & Co.