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.5 Tuesday, December (I, JS70. LOCAL, D E PA Jl T M E If T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance ; rersonswho receive a paper with this article marked, may know that they should mail oroth erwise send t he stillscri pt km prire, If thoy wish to continue to receive The "limes. CORRESPONDENTS will please hear In mind that letters received later than Saturdnycve ning, or the down mail on Monday morning havo to lay over until the following week. NOTICE. Subscribers whose subscriptions are about out will please remember Hint all papers are stopped sttho expiration of the time for which they are paid. As many who w ish to renew, or subscribe, may prefer to pay some person In their vicinity, ather than remit by mail, we ilve notice that the following persons arc authorised to receive money for 77ic Times: B. M. EBY. Newport. JAMES I,. DIVKN, t.aildisburg. W.l. JACKSON, ', M.. New ltutralo. WM. A. lit MIEN, 1. M.. Ickesburg. S. W. FICKKS. P. M.. Juniata. KLI YOUNG. P. M.. Dellville. SAMUEL UEBKHT. Sheimansdale. A. S. W1UTEKETTLK. Markelville. THOMAS SEAGAK. 1". M.. Wain, (i. W. LOBAI GH. Donnally's Mills. V. I. KIPF. MiUerstown. SAMUEL KIIOEMAKEK, Loysvilie. J. L. EVINGEK, Centre. An Exchange says: In boiling onions or cabbages, place a dish of vinegar on the stovo at tho same time The boiling vinegar will destroy tho odor of tho veget ables. Dentistry. Thero is no man in tho coun ty who merits patronage moro than Dr. S. II. Wliitmcr, ho does tho best work in tho county. Givo him a call when you go to Newport. It. fose Bit Off. One evening last woo k, ' a man named Stover, residing in Saville township, had his nose bitten off by a dog, said to belong to John Swartz. The picco of the noso was afterwards found and the next day Dr. Ellorman, placed it again in position, and the chances are that it will again grow on. A Runaway happened on Wednesday 'evening last, to a horso and .buggy driven by District Attorney Mclntire. It was caused by tho burs coining looso and allow ing both wheels on ono sido to como oil'. Mr. Mclntiro was thrown out, and had a few beauty marks put on his face, but for nately this was tho extent of tho injury. Cencus Returns. Tho following is the population of tho different sub districts of this couuty. These aro tho official figures, being tho returns from tho office of tho U. S. Marshal, Gen. E. M. Gregory : Sub Division No. S98. Composed of ftiuiorstown, Liverpool ana JNew Buffalo Boroughs, and Greenwood, Liverpool, Buf falo and Watts Townships, 4791. Sub District No. 299. Composed of Ma- rysvuie ana Petersburg Boroughs, and liye, Penu, and Wheatfleld townships, 4,835. Sub District No. 300. Composed of New port iiorougn Miller, Howe and Oliver Townships, 2,321. Sub District No. 801. Composed of Ju niata and Tuscorora Townships, 1,881. Sub District No. 302. Composed of Spring, Center, and Carroll Townships and Bloomfleld Borough, 4,090. Sub Division No. 30:1. Composed of Lan disburg Borough, Tyrone and Savillo Townships, 3,342. Sub Division No. 304. Comprising Madi son, Jackson and Toboyno Twps, 8,517. Total population of tho county, 25,840. Duncaunon Items. On Thursday morn ing about four o'clock, a lad named Fron millor, started to go to a fish-basket ill the middle of the river, and got lost in the fog. Parties went in search of him, but failed to find him. Tho boy, after throo hours' hard rowing, in every direction but the right one, landod him on the opposite sido of tho river, where he remained until tho fog cleared away, whon ho visited tho bas kets, and returned home, with a largo sal mon, and a flno lot of smallor fish. Quito a number of largo salmon havo beon caught at Foster's Falls, a half milo below town, tho past woek. Mr. George Mutzobaugh killod two fine wild turkeys at ono shot, on Friday morn ing, near Stcadman's Swamp. Tho ono weighed twenty pounds, and the other t wenty and one-half. .. . Mr. Joel Hamilton, roller at the bar-mill, had his Sand badly injured on Friday," by being caught in the machinery, nnd barely escaped more serious injuries. . f" s TERRIBLE CALAMITY! A Whole Family Burned Up. On Saturday morning last this communi ty was startled by tho roport that during tho previous night, tho houso of John P. Boycrin Juniata twp., near Markelville had been destroyed by fire, and that Mr. Boyor, his wifo and two children nged re spective about 8 and 11 years, had been burned to death. Tho only other porson in the houso that night was Mr. Boycr's sou Thos J. who occupied a room in tho sec ond scory, while tho rest of the family slept down stairs. His account of tho matter is, that somctiino during tho night ho was awakened by somo person groaning and upon going to tho door leading clown stairs ho was met by such a volumo of smoke and flamo that ho was compelled to seek safety by jumping from tho window. In doing so ho alighted on a stump, which knocked him insensible, for a time, how long ho does not know, and that when ho recovered hebroko in tho window to tho room occupied by tho family and then hastened to alarm his brother-in-law who resided only a bliort distance away. Other help soon ariived, but all attempts to reach tho bodies was ineffectual, though they could bo plainly seen. When tho lire permitted the removal of the remains they were burned entirely beyond recognition, for what was left of the whole four persons did not scarcely fill a small chest. During tho day tho sccno of tho disaster was visited by hundreds and on Sunday tho funeral was attended by probably two thousand pcrsbns. What seems tho most remarkable, is that the position in which tho bodios were found indicated . that no allemp. had been made to escape by any of the four persons. This leads us to think that tho unfortunate pei sons liad been foully dealt with and tho houso then set on firo, for wo do not believe, that of all tho persons sleeping in that room, not one wouitt nave mauo an eitoit to es- capo had death been caused by suffocation. A thorough investigation should bo had, that it might bo known if any inducement existed for tho commission of so horrible a crimo, and to ascertain if any suspicious persons had been seen in that vicinity tho night previous. Brutal Assault By a Wife. Dry Ridge, in Juniata township this county was on last Sunday morning, tho sccno of one of those cruel and inhuman affairs that shock hu manity and caused civilization to blush. The terrible affray occurred at tho houso of Michael Gondon on tho Bedford and Som erset turnpike. Tho particulars, so far as we have been ablo to gather them, arc about these ; Gondon and his wifo have for somo time, not been living on tho most agreeable terms, nnd on the morning in question some sharp words occurred between them, which passed over as many a family storm has done before. Mrs. Gondon proceeded to get breakfast, and when it was ready and probably whilo tho uufortunato man was enjoying his morning's meal tho unfaith ful and brutal wife assaulted him with an axe and dealt him such torriblo blows, that the chances for life are very much against him. The first intimation that tho neigh borhood had that anything unusual was transpiring on that quiet Sabbath morning was given by a littlo daughter of Gondoh's who ran to tho noarest neighbor screaming " Mamma is" killing papa with an axe !" Upon going to tho houso, Mr. Gondon was found, insensible, with threo wonnds in his head. One blow was given on tho forehead another immediately above tho right ear which broko in tho skull and from which wound the brain has since been oozing and tho third above tho left ear. Mr. Gon don has been lying in a state of insensibility ever since, and tho physicians in attendance pronounce his case almost hopeless. This unfortunate affair is but one of the many that grow out of an improper observ ance of the laws governing martial relations tho wifo, in this case, according to reports being wholly to blame. P. 8. Sinco writing the above we havo loarned that Gondon died on Tuesday. Belford Gazette. "Jad Affair. On Saturday as two young men named Goorge and Daniel Motter, re siding in Buffalo twp., woro returning from Newport thoy sat down to rest in the woods near Daniol Deckards. Just at this timo, Benj. Albright who was hunting for wild turkeys, caught a glimpse of tho young men through tho trees and thinking he saw a turkey lirod, hitting George and so biwlly wounding him that lie died the same night. Tho deceased was a young man about 20 years of ago and the sad aaoident has ' cast a gloom on the wholo of thnt coiuniiiuitv' Liocnl IJi-lcfH. Tho Methodists of MiUerstown ing a very successful protracted meeting. A littlo son of Jacob Fritz was run nvnr by a spring wagon on Friday evening, and Biignuy injured. rQuito a largo detachment of troops left tho Carlisle Barracks last week to join tho troops in scrvico in the West. Several "brag hogs" have already been killed in this borough. The heaviest ono bolongcd to Michael Clouser, and weighed 410 pounds. VTlio Church of Mount Gillead, just erect ed for tho Methodists, near Carson Lack ey's, was dedicated on Sunday last. At tho Mifflin county court recently, tho county treasurer paid for 158 polo cat, 47 hawk, 20 owl, and 19 fox scalps. Carlislohas anew "lockup," much lar ger and better than tho old ono. A man named Spanglcr, residing near Boiling Spring, was found dead in his bed on Wednesday morning last. He had re tired in good health tho night previous. IW John Rice, of Elliott sburg, is very anxious for a discussion with Dr. Sweeney, as to tho merits of tho Smolnikar doctrine. His communication, however, will take too much space. A correspondent from Cumberland coun ty, says wolves arc quite troublesome in the vicinity of Lamb's Gap. Dr. Bechtel, who was tried at Harris burg, on the charge of performing an abor tion, and producing death, has been acquit ted. Two moro indictments remain to bo tried at tho next term. sAn alarm of lire on Fridav evening in this borough, raised quite an excitement, but proved to bo only a chimney on fire, at mo residence oi v m. Asians. Willard Shearer, a son of John Sh oarer fell from an applo tree near his father's residence, in Centre township, on Fridav evening last, and broke ono of the bones of Ins right arm. Tho fracture was adjusted uy Lir, DiiiCKier. John Hall, night watchman employed by the Pennsylvania railroad, above the stock yard at Harrisburg, was struck by an ap proaching train at an early hour on Wed nesday morning last and was severely in jured, ono leg having to bo amputated. VSomo persons whilo oui gunning last week set lire to tho woods on tho property of Win. Moore, in Centre township, and before it could lie extinguished tho lire run over quite a largo piece of land. D. W. Gantt, who is employed in the Newport planing mill, had three of tho fin gers of his left hand nearly cut off on Wed nesday last, by tho sash machine. The services of Dr. J. B. Eby were required to dress the wound. Jas. T. Sponneborger, Esq., tho nowly elected 1'rothonotary, took possession of tho office on the 1st inst. His predecessor, Chas. II. Smiley, Esq., retires with tho good wishes of every ono who has had oc casion to transact any business in that office during his term. Wo trust the now officer will bo as successful in winning goldon opinions. VASJiiskey caused somewhat of a riot in this borough on Saturday night. We are glad to learn that tho Shoriff housed one of the noisy customers in tho jail, and ono or two moro would have gone thero, if they had had their just dues. Mr Georgo Leonard of Spring twp., has sold his farm to Dr. Hays of Jackson two., for 114,400. y ' Buy Cheap Sell Cheap. That is one of the reasons why Oak Hall clothing is so cheap. Wanamaker buys as much cloth as all tho retail clothing houses in Philadel phia put together ; and so buys cheaper than others can. tSTDn. Sack's Catarrh Kkmedy is warranted to cure Catarrh in its worst forms and stages. Tho most paiuful cases are speedily relieved by it, and stoppages, offensive discharges and tainted breath all yield to its wonderful curative powers. "Cold in tho Head," dizziness, and thin watery discharges are removed, tho head cleared, tho air passages opened, and relief and comfort afforded by its use. It eon tains no stronff, ir ritating, or poisonous drv g. Sent by mail on rccoipt of sixty conts. Ad dress i V. Pierce, M. D., Buffalo, N. Y. Sold by most druggists, everywhere. Pennsylvania It. It. Time Table. NEWPORT STATION. v,;ta,o0C,tl, 1S7' BO tram. W KST Plttsh'K Expr's. (KliiK)5.3i a.'m. dally exo't Sunday. Wav Passenger, 0..10 a. m., daily except Monday Mall, .... ....... .2, p. M. dulfy except Sunday iA ",ll,x,J''tri11" witlinadsenRiir car attached, will .e,aV?iIil".'lHb"l'g at 6 "'"lock p. 111., and Newport Ut j.tA) p. Ill, . . , EAST. Fast i, no ..... 4.18 a. m., dally except Monday. JlarrlsburB Aceoiii.ll.3H A. tlaily Hundiv: Mj" 7.48 p. M., dally except Sunday J. J. BAKCLAY, Agout. btage Line Between Newport and New (Jermnntown. STAGES leave How (lermantown dally at four . S!;l?k 111 V ":!'lrK ut 7. 30 a. 111. Green. Arriving nt Newport to connect with the Ae comnmi at on train k,.t l" fci?f!tTli-il!JS,oav,i?K,?eMw.r? 0,1 arrival of tlis ........ 1 , iiiiuuvijjimo. ai . in. . - , KICK, Proprietor. County rrico Current. BLOOMFIKLU. Dcrenilier R. 1R70. Flax seed 2 on 1 M'ltoes 75 cent3 Huttcr V pound, jo Ebbs V dozen 30 Dried Apples y pound 0 " Dried Peaches 8 10cts.pft. Pealed reaches iXfiMsnt, Clierrle r. , n -la .. " Pitted W 18 els. " Blackberries 8 10 els. " Onions 91 bushel, 75.. Corrected Weekly by Wm. Rough it ton. Flour. Extra 5' !87 Itcd Wheat 1 10aU5 11' 75 Corn 55 0 C5 Oats 91 32 pounds, 40 Clover Heed .'. 0 00 0 00 Timothy Seed, 3 on Flax Seed j 75 Potatoes, 70 Ground Allium Halt .'. 2 25 Llmeburiier's Coal 40 Stove Coal 5 6 00 Tea Coal 3 41) Smith Coal 05 els. M !.. tJross Tles,8.' S feet long, 32 42 cents. Philadelphia Price Current. Corrected Weekly hy Janncy (. Andrews, 'o. 123 Market Street. Philadelphia, December 5, 1870. White -Wheat, J 1 40 1 45 Bed Wheat 1 30 1 40 1,ve 90fS93 Conl 7880 Oats 63 55 Clover Seed (5 250 40 Timothy Seed, 4 2.5 5 00 Flax Seed, 2 10 2 10 Country Lard 14 15 KBBS , 0 40 Butter, solid in bbls.' jo 17 Washed Wool Olcrcnls per lb. 3viv.n.ni.c3n:s. Baker KiNERthe On oo,i y, (i, t., Mr. ClegUorn of Ottawa, nt the residence of the brides father Mr. Henry Baker late of l'errv eountv. to Miss M!iir,r!ninir nf nr.,-. seilleslU. DONLET .FnTins nn flin 4t.li tnet T n D. Keamcr, Mr. Robert Donley to Mies Kcbecca Johns, both of this county. DEATHS. Smith In Ontrn twn. nn tk !,i iit n,r ITeury Smith nged 82 years, 2 months nnd 4 days. Pee In Centre twn.. nn tlio 4tli Inct ivm sou of Abraham Pee, aged about 9 years! IIlLL In Centre tun., nn tho 4th !,..( T tt Hill, aged 60 years 11 months 4 days. ' Dl'TUUf'ir Tn f.hl hnivmrrh nn thn iril,, F tho 4th inst., Elizabeth, daughter of Geo. 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