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5 Ioomfitlb (inus. wife Tuesday, June 27, 1871. LOCAL IiEVAKT MEN T. OUR TERMS Are One Dollar a Year in Advance A Concert will bo given hy tlio musical class of Prof. C. H. Jones, in this borough, on Thursday evening. A Call. The Reformed congregation o f this chargo located in Blonmfield, Newport ami Mnrkelvillo have tendered a call to llov. Chas. Crawford of Baltimore. Ho has not yet formally accepted the call, though it is expected he will do so. W. B. A. Thcso mystic letters have been prominently beforo tho people for some months pant. If thoy stand for "AVifo Beaters Association," wo are sorry to learn that there lias a branch of tho Society liccn started in this place. Wo hope it will not flourish very long. A Good Idea. Wo see it stated that let ters from persons in tho country in reply to tho counterfeit money circulars, will be opened at tho city post-oflicc, and returned to the oflico from which they wcro original ly sent, to bo thero posted up in a conspic uous place, so nil may know who is willing to deal in spurious money. Sunday School Concert. The children of tho Presbyterian Sabbath School will celobrate their entrance into tho new room in tho church basement by a concert and examination on Biblo lessons, on next Sun day evening, at 6 o'clock. Tho pcoplo of the town are invited to sco tho best Sun day School room in the placo fixed up ex clusively by tho scolars, teachers, and ofll- ccra of tho school, at a cost of between 1300 and 400, and all contributed by tho school, in loss than 0 months. Como and sec what has been done. Some person in tins borough amuses fiimselflty writing letters to tho Altoona Tribune. In a recent communication ho refers to the Times as a paper published at half-price. Wo always knew tho Timet was the cheapest paper in tho State, but aro glad to hear from such good authority that it is really worth twico tho subscription prico. Many other people must have tho same opinion judging by the rapid increase of our list of subscribers. Tho venerable old gentleman (he says ho went to school a little while in 1832) also thinks the Timks amuses tho boys and girls. This is quite a compliment when so many papers aro published which fail to interest or amuse anybody. "As ho seems to take an interest in our paper wo suppose bo considers that ho has become childish, and no doubt others have the same opinion. But as long as he reads The Timet without paying anything for it, wo can't seo why ho should bo troubled about our terms, even though we only charged forty teii cent, of the real value of our paper. An Important Case. We learn that a bill in equity is to be filed against the committee appointed to distribute the twen ty thousand dollars appropriated by tho Legislature for aid to the needy and destU tule suffering from the great firo in Mifllin- town last winter. It is claimed, and very justly too, that the money was not all ap plied according to the intention of tho Leg- islature, as a very large portion went to those not needy, or in any manner requiring such aid. In fact the committee and one man (and he one of tho wealthiest in that county) took one-tenth of tho whole appro priation. It must require a great amount of moral courago for a member of this committee, or one of the wealthy recipients of this bounty to put himself before the publie.as a candidate for oltice, with this re cord so fresh in tho momory of tho voters. A Miraculous Escape. A miraculous escaiKS from a horrible death was made yesterday noon by a sou of Mr. A Langdon, residing on Second street below Oranlierry alloy. Tho boy is only about four years of age, and was playing on th roof, when he lost his balance, falling a (lis tanco of three stories. By a miracle ho landed upright in an ash barrel, which alono saved his life. Ho escaicd unhurt, thouuh enveloped in a cloud of dust, and when roscuod from his unpleasant predica nient, laughed heartily ami regarded it with tho levity of youth. Tho roof was sur rounded with a balustrado used for tho purpose of drying clothes, on which he had been playing when tho accident so nearly fatal occurred. Stale Journalot 20th Inst. - -. - - .. We call attention to tho advertisement of Jacob Bailey, Ksq., which will bo found in another column. Persons wanting col lecting done, or other legal business attend ed to, will find Mr. Bailey prompt and cfil-eient. Sad Cnso of Drowning. On tho 18th instant, threo young men from Fer guson s Valley rotlo some horses to Kish acoquillas creek nbovo Mount Rock Mill, when two of thorn determined to go m bath ing. The water being rathor shallow whore they were, Joffcrson Snyder, son of Joseph, and his companion Harland went down stream about 50 yards where the water was from threo t o four feet deep. Tho third remained on tho bank whore ho had been riding on his horso and Bhortly after his attention was attracted to the two below, who wcro holding each other and apparent ly dashing about the water, but as ho sup posed in play. Harland however called to him that Snyder was drowning, and before- more assistance arrived, such proved to bo tho case, tho unfortunate young man having ceased to exist when his body was rescued. Whether ho was attacked by cramp or with a fit, it is impossiblo to toll ; in his strug gles ho drew Harland under water once, and tho latter being tho weaker of the two, probably lost his presence of mind, and under the instinct of self-preservation, hes itated too long in going to Snydor's rescue. A young man named Moycr got tho body out. The deceased was aged about 22 years, was a steady and industrious young man, and leaves many friends to mourn his un timely end. Levistown Gazette. Bobberies. The Carlisle Volunteer says : On Thursday night last, somo one entered tho house of Capt, John Wallace, in Now ville, and stolo therefrom a pocket book containing over $220 two ono hundred dollar bills, two ten dollar bills, and somo small notes. These wcro tuken from Mr. Wallace's pantaloons pocket, in his sleep ing room. Tho robbers then went to tho sitting room, where-they obtained a watch nnd a shawl. ()u tho samo night, burglars entered tho iouso of Dr. Brim, in Newvillo, and stolo tho Doctor's best coat and a pocket book containing $20. Neither of the families discovered the robberies until next morn- ng. had Accident. Un Friday about noon Mrs. Miunma wifo of David Mumma As sistant State Librarian was so seriously in jured by jumping out of a buggy whilo tho horso was running away, that she died in a few minutes. The accident happened near Grecncastlc, Franklin Co., where sho was visiting having just been left there by her husband. Tho dispatch announcing tho accident was waiting at Harrisburg on his arrival at that placo. Her body reached tho city on Saturday last. Lonl Urlerw. A musical entertainment will bo given in the Court House on this (Tuesday) evening by Prof. Chas Lcnssen who is the best performer on tho Violinccllo eve r in this county. Tho season for broken limbs by falls from cherry trees is here. Several from this borough were considerably injured at Clarks farm last week liy exercises ot this kind. Snako stories have como into fashion in this vicinity. A man from Centre twp., told ub about one that ho killed last week which was 11 feet and 4 inches long, or feet and 11 inches wo forgot which. Thieves aro troubling tho citizens of Spring twp. Several Hams havo recently been stolen lrom tlio premises of win Foose. A Mattock was also stolen from Daniel Wuntzel a few days since and being traced to the possession ot a man in Centre twp., caused him to hastily depart for some other locality. A severe hail storm passed over a portion of this county cn Tuesday last. In Kenne dy's valley considerable damage was dono to grain and fruit trees and ono barn was unroofed. ' Fellows are now canvassing tho county trying to sell wrought plow points. Farm- eis will save money by having nothing to do with them, they are an outrageous fraud. v Maj. J. It. Dunbar has been awarded tho contract for building a bridge over the Lit tle Buffalo at Rough's, for $180. At a Republican Convention last week in Snyder Co., a voto was taken on " the Crawford county system" when it was adopted by a large majority. Mifllinburg is to have quite a celebration on the Fourth of July. Fire-works, and' speakers will wako up tho patriotism of tlio people. Mr. J. M. B. Txld of Patterson was con siderably hurt by being thrown out of a buggy on tho 17th, hint. Persons needing the services of a dentist will tlnd a good ono by calling on Dr. Whitmer at Newport. His work is sure to give satisfaction. Tho Lochiel Iron works at Harrisburg which wero offered for sale on Wednesday last, were not sold, as there wcro no bids. The sale was adjourned to July 0th. Vjlr. 8. S. King of Duncnnnon has been elected Trcasnrcr of the Urand Lodgo of (loot! Templars of this state. Rev. David Hhoaffa Methodist minister formerly of this county recently died at Woodstock, Va. Church Notices. Presbyterian preaching in tho Court room next Sunday at 11 in the morning. Iii the Lutheran Church, prayer-meeting on Wednesday evening. Preaching next Sabbath at U o'clock p. in. Wall l'uppr A beautiful assort incut of Wall Papers mid HorJnr aro now 011 hand nnl for sale by V. Mohtimkk, fc Co. l'riccB low. tf. For The Bloomfield Times. On the Boiite. 11LAIN. Mil. Editor. Whilo passing through your county and taking observations of whatovcr is most noteworthy, allow mo to ask room in your columns to occasionally express my admiration for your beautiful lulls ana valleys, lor your pcoplo ana tncir enterprise, their industrious habits nnd general intelligence. i irst in order is Jiiam, a village in wiilcn I havo liccn ngrccably disappointed. It is part ot your county ot winch you may well be proud. Its location has many nat ural advantages, whilo the surrounding country is beautiful, romantic, and pictur esque. To tho north towers tho Blue Tuscarora to an allitudo of nino hundred feet, its summit, as far as seen, forming a lino against tho sky as straight and even as t designed with ruio anu level, to tlio South and West rises hill after hill, ono ta ble above and beyond another, until in tho dim distunco tho gray peaks of ICittatinny cap tho wholo. 1 hese wooded, clothed in every shade of green, and lying in tho form of a semicircle, seem avast omphitheatcr, more grandly bcautitul than that ot Romo in its most flourishing condition. lint do not imagine that the country is all mountain and wilderness, for I consider this a garden spot a largo, well-cultivated garden. In the immcdiato neighborhood aro some of tlio finest farms, in Eastern Pennsylvania. When tho railroad is built their value will be second to none. This village, with its neat, and substan tial dwellings, beautiful gardens, and gen eral air of refinement, adds a new charm to a scene which nature has so lavishly favor ed. Among tho buildings I note, 1st : Three churches and their parsonages, all speaking well for tho religious spirit of the people, 2d, threo stores, doing an aggre gate annual business of $75,000, 3d, nn acadomy, which, tlio Principal informs mo, is well supported hy tho community, num bering at present between fifty and sixty studonts, 4th, all tho shops, offices, and other establishments generally found in every enterprising town, fith, a tannery requiring Vim) cords ot bark and manu facturing 70,000J dollars worth of leather every year. lly tho way, thero was qnito an cxcito- mcnt in town on Saturday, caused by tho report that a load of bark containing twelve cords and drawn by six mules would arrivo during tho day. At noon a number of us started to meet tho train, which wo found at AlanaRsas Gap about two miles south of town. It consisted or two wagons ono coupled in rear of tho other, tho front ono carrying about ten and a half cords, tho other, over two and a hall. Tlio bark would all havo been put upon tho foremost wagon had it not been for somo weak bridges on the way. Alter crossing bhcrinan s Creek at tho fording for tho load could not pass through tho covered bridge tho bark was all put upon tho iront wagon. giving it the appearance of a largo load of hay or corntodder, and reducing tho six mules to an almost pigmy size : but, strango to say, wo failed to hoar a singlo word of doubt in regard to tho ability of tho team to draw tho load. From this point to tho tannery it took tho character of a triumphal piocossion, about one hundred persons from tho town and neighborhood having collected to seo tho "show." In the absence of a brass band a horso man was sent ahead to whistle, " The conquering hero comes," The Rpirit of tho occasion was best shown by a little five-year-old, who, perched upon tho roof of an old dilapidated shed at tho edgo of town, was heard to sing a medly improvised by himself for the occasion. Wo failed to catch all but the chorus : "On It muley, go It Jim I" Root hex or die! Mfrt me at the nate Level How's thisor high f" About 4 o'clock the load was driven to the bark shed and measured : Length 25 feet : hcicht 0 feet 8t inches : average width, 7 feet 2 inches ; making 13 J cords plus 0 feet. Beat that, ye Pennsylvania Jiatl-road 1 Tlio driver, Mr. James Crownover, un derstands his business. During the entire trin thero was no whip cracking, no yelling, no balking, no excitement, nothing what ever to indicate that the team was pulling tho ononnous load of over thirteen tons. Mr. McNeill, tho proprietor of the Tan nery and owner of the team, was absent on Saturday, but it is expected that when he returns an ovation suitablo to the occasion will bo civen. With such a spirit as is hero manifested, Mr. Editor, Wain is bound to prosper. Long may she wave. More anon. Wandmieii. For The Bloomfield Times, Boring for Coal. Litti.k Oeiimany, June 23, 1871, Mr. Editor Boring for coal in tills place has been stopped until after harvest. Tho prospects for coal are thought to bo very good, but the capital ot the company nearly all expended, and it will require some more money to havo tho testing thor oughly satisfactory. That there is coal in our couuty is now decided. The next ques tion to decide is, whethor there is sullieient nuantitv to pay for mining it. Air. Iipo, M. Sheiblv. who has been engaged iu coal operations for fourteen years, thinks that whero there are small veins there are also lariror ones. The last holo sunk was 100 feet deep, when the borings was pumpe out, it was as black as coal. In my opin. ion. this holo should bo sunk on until it through the black rock, even if it should havo to go several hundred- leet deeper. Will not those persons who nave given hundreds of dollars to prosect for conl oil and silver in other localities, give some thing now, to develop the hidden treasures of their own county. Wo have a man now who understands boring for coul, anil should wo not givo him a chance to thoroughly test our entire county? Your correspondent has done what ho was nblo for this enter prise, and it others will only do half as i well, vn i-nn have tho work thoroiurhlv ; (Umo. Kivo this aH my opinion, and 'l i hl,ould like to hear the opinion of others on i t)10 guljjcct. R. ! . . i ri" Vnvl m fi-i-n si'IiooIh one nf tho ln-nti Bt er & Brown's great Oak Hull Clothing Ettiib- 1 llshmcnt. For The Bloomfield Times. Emigration. Mr. Editor M. A. Frank, Esq., of Falls City, Nebraska, was in this county last week for the purpose of increasing emigra tion to that State. Wo know of no State in tho West whore there aro moro induce ments for tho poor than Nebraska. We would reler your readers to the lollowing inducements : Nebraska is tho garden of tho West, and offers C0,000,000 acres of grain and grazing land, to actual settlors, for $1.25 per acre, outside of railroad land grant limits, under the pre-emption law. Or a homestead of 80 acres, insido of railroad limits, and 00 acres outsido, for $18.00, all told. A soldier of 1801 can have 100 acres insido of Railroad limits for $22.00, all fees being included. Pre-oinptors must re side upon and cultivate the land six months to got a deed from tho United States. AVo would say to those who contcmplato going west, to examine tno geographical locations .Nebraska. i Try It. Kvery person who Is troubled with dyspepsia, debility, or the diseases consequent upon the prlng clmnge9,sl)Oiilu nso Rohrcr s Ulicrry ro le Bitters. It will Itivieorate, restore tho'np- pctito, and generally improve tho health. Try It. For salo by K, Mortimer & Co., and the stores generally throughout the United BtatcB. Tub Monthly Novelette for July is issued In a new form, and ono that will plcasoall. It now makes a magazine of 128 pages, and 1b one of the most interesting periodicals In tlio country, filled as it Is with tlio beet and most entertaining of stories, as a glanca at the con tents win reveal. jtiBt observe It can bo had for 20 cents, or $3.00 per year. . Address Thomcs Si Talbot, 03 Congress Street, Boston. County Trico Current. Dloomfield, June 28, 1871.' lax-Seed (2 00 Potatoes, llutter V pound 15 " Eggs p diizcn IS " Dried Apples ) pound 8 ftlO " Dried Teaches 15 IScts.lPlk. Pealed l'eaches 18 22 cts. " Cherries 0 0 cts. " ritted 15 18 cts. " Blackberries 8 10 cts. " Unions V bushel 75 " - NEAVPOUT MARKETS. Corrected Weekly by Kovnh, Snyder t Cb l Newi'out, June 20, 1811, Flour, Extra JO 00 lted Wheat 1 15 1 2-5 Ilyc 85 Corn . 65 65 Oats V 32 pounds 53 Clover Heed 6 0005(0 Timothy Seed, 3 00 Flax Seed 1 75 rotatocs 1 15 0 1 15 (i round Allium Salt 2 00 Llmeburner's Coal, 2 40 Stovo Coal 5 6 00 IYa Coal S 40 Smith Coal 25 cts. V bus. Cross Tles,8H 'ect long 45 45 cents Philadelphia Price Current. Cbn-ectoZ Weekly by Junney A Andrews, No. 123 Mahket Street. Philadelphia, June 21, 1871. Wheat 1 41 1 CO Kye 1006)100 Coin,.. 74075 Uats 64G7 Clover Seed fl10Kperlb. Timothy Seed 3 00 4 00 Flax Seed 2 10 0 2 10 Country Lard 8 K Eggs 18 19 llutter, dull sale 10 14 Washed Wool C2cents per lb. jtA.xx.n.XA.OrHia. Bealoh Holtz On thoevenlnc of the 20th Inet., at the residence of the brida's parents, by Kcv. B. uaslier, Air. joscpn uenior, oi jnarsei ville, Perry county, Pn., to Miss Annie M. Holt!!, of the vicinity of West Fairvlew, Cum berland county, I'a. RuRirin On the 6th Inst.. In Whcntflcld townshin. Ellna Jane Bmclgh, daughter ot William and Buoannan omeign, ngea xu yearn, 11 months, nnd 6 days. Tribute of Respect. Tho following preamble and resolution were ndonted bv the St. David's Union Sabbath Krhnol of Di-llvllle t Whereas, It has plcaed A lmlghty God In his alwlse Providence to call from our school our beloved scholnr. Eliza Jane Bmelgh, therefore Itcsolvcd, That we deeply regret the early departure of our beloved Jane, from this world ol sorrow to one oi eternal joy onu uupiininn. we bow with meek submission to me win Him who doeth all thlnirs well. Resolved, That we Blncerely sympathize with the bereaved parents, brothers, ana sisters in their sad bereavement, anu can oniy aircci them to those holy teachings ot the Baylor. which alone can comfort them In their sorrow. Resolved. That a copy of these resolution be handed to the family of the deceased, and that they be published lu tho county newspa pers. BAIXIB H.NSM1NOI1I, 1 Katib Bailor, Committee. Annie Enbmikueii. ) New Advertisements. T IIAII.I'V Atturiifv nt l.w. tj New lilooiiilti'ld. Perry Co.. Pa. - Olllco In the Court House, with .1. U. miuii' Khii. lteters to 11. Mclutlrc, Ksii. June 27, 187 N OTICK. The undersigned cautions all per. sons against trespassing 011 his lands for Hunting, Cutting Timber, or passing or repassing tlll'Otlg igh his Vlnyard, destroying (liuiies, c., 11 1- dertho penally of the law. as It will be enforced .lollN BKSI.KH. III :it Doiinally's Mills. Dissolution of Co-Partnershlp. "VTOTICK Is hereby given that the partnership hei clofore existing between the undersigned, has this day been dissoivcu. T. K McCOKD. ! WM. A. WALLACE. I Falling Springs. Jiine22d, 1S71. I The business will he continued bv the suhscrl I lier, who ahine Is uillliorl.ed to settle the ai-counis of the late linn. ... . , H. MeCOltD. 1,1hi'l'lt A V. There eiiiue on to the premises of U the subscriber near Doiinally's Mills, perry i-oiiiiiy, i n., a lew nnys since, a stilly cow. 1 lie iinlunil was sold ucr a year ago at the sale of 1 ki, ,vu Ue ,l0eordliig to law. i '-lai- JOHN HICK. THE IMPROVED .', RQTARlf ' . Photograpic Album, preserves nnd protects the pictures, Is a very con venient, auracuve ami ornaiueniui recepiucie lor plcturcs of dear relatives and friends ami being not liable to get out of order. IT 18 THE BEST ALBUM EVKR OFFERED TO THE PITsUC It Is covered with Velvet or Morocco nnd orna mented 111 n variety of stvlcs nnd at low prices. See what the June number of " The nclinolwtet" says of It and send fti.00 for a nice sample to THE HOTAEY rifOTO. ALBUM MF'O. CO.. 26 a 3in 1!) Uourtlandt St., Mew Yolk. Boots ! Boots I A Full Assortment ot HE CELEBRATED YORK BOOTS, Hand or Machine Sewed, Whole Stock and Double sole anu Warranted to Give Entire Satisfaction, Manufactured and For Bale to the Trade by M. B. SPAHR, YORK, PA. A full Assortment ot Boots, Shoes and Rubbers Constantly on Hand. n-Xncclal Attention raid to Order. -t 6 23 20. The Colby Wr inner with Moulton's Patent Rolls. The Most Perfect! The Cheapest I Jic.it Wringer in the World Rolls nre pure white Rubber. Frnmo can never rot, rust or wear out. It takes less room than any other, is lighter, fastens Itself to the tub, runs easier, and IB 11112 A JULY FAVORITE wherever used, It Is WARRANTED in every case. Wo want good active LIVE ACENTS to canvass in every town, to whom good wages are Insured. Full instructions and particulars civen upon application to Colby Bho'b Co., 508 Broadway, N. Y. 5 22 a 13. New Advertisements. IIOLILAYSBUBQ- SEMINARY, HOLIDAYSBURC, PA. A remedy which has been test ed for 10 years, and proved In thousands of taw capable of cnrhiK all diseases of the throat and hums; performiiiK many re markable cures, merits a trial from nil who aro miln-rliin from similar alluutlons and who vainly seek relief. Will you let prej udice prevent yon from beinu Pit. Crook's WINE OP TAR Established ISO. cured also. Couchs and Colds. The Druirirists snv it cures them nil. AKthma.i he relief and cures or It aro marvel ous. Iiroiicliltls. livery simerer will nnd relief anu cure. ihroat aliments require only a few doses, l.iinir Diseases. Has cured cases pronounced In curable-. Debility. In renovates and Invluorates the sys tem. l.lver Complaint. Most encctlve regulator 01 this orKan. Dyspepsia. Its healthy action on the stomach cures It. Appetizer. It Is health-clving and appetite re storing Urinary Organs. Action on them Is marked and prompt. Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar Is rich In the medicinal qualities of tar, combined with vegetable Ingredi ents of undoubted value, which make It uusur- I Hissed, not only for the complaints enumerated, mt It rapidly restores exhausted strength, clean ses the stomach, relaxes the liver and puts them to blood, and begets a vivacity appreciated by both work, causes the 100a to ingest, anu inases purs sound and sick. If vou nre nlnlcted In any way. K. 11 you nre nimcu we know if you try the life-giving tonlo properties of Dr. Crook's Wine of Tar, you will add your testimony to its great value In correcting any " Ills that flesh Is heir to." Prepared only by OLIVER CROOK Si CO. Bold by druggists every where. For Scrofula, Scrofulous Tumors, Scrof ulous Diseases of the Eyes, or Scrofula In any form. Rheumatism, Diseases ot the l.lver, Dlsenses of the Skin, Erup. tlons, rimples, Dulls, TetU-r, Seald Head, t iters, and old Sores, or any dlseaso dcpendlng on a depraved condition of the blood, take Dr. Crook's Comimuml Syrunof Poke Root. It Is combined with, the best tonic preparations of Iron, known, and the best alteratlveand blood l'urlller made. Cleanse your ltlood. Try one bottle. Sold by druggists. Pre pared only by Oliver Crook & Co., Pnyton, O. ROTARY MKASURINO FAUCET. The best,, a durable and reliable article; never gums, and not liable to breakage. Send for circular. Ad dress box 40, Shlremuiistown, l'a. II. HENDERSON'S Family Liquor C n H o h , Each Case containing One Bottle of OLD PALE BRANDY, I HOLLAND (ilN OLD RYE WHISKEY, OLD PALE SIIEItRY, FINE OLD PORT, I OLD ltOUKltON. (j uarantced pure and of the very best quality. l-RICE SEVEN DOLLARS. Rent bv express O. O. p., or post-oftlee order. r254w II. HENDERSON, 1511road St., New York. Agents ! Head This ! WK With PAY AdKNTS A 8AI.AUY of fii per week and expenses, or allow a large commission, to sell our new and wonderful inventions. Address M. WAUNER & CO.. Mar shall, Mich. A Oli NTS WAN Till) To sell Wheeler & Wilson HowIiir Machine t good territory, great Inducements; 110 capital required : horse and wagon furnished. 11. HERMAN. Air't 407 Market St., llariisbiirg, Pa. r ffi 4w 0rt A MONTH, Horse and Carriage fur. Ired Me "lsl"'1'' t'xl't'"s,!!' l''o- H. Shaw, Al- Aiile 1'uirr, Lbn'ranii 'NllwrTpriceViWk'ijiw all at oiu-e. Warranted satlslai'torv. limit 1). 11. WillTMOKI-,, Worcester, Mass. FRUIT TREES. " THAVE on hand, aud for sale this fall at my nursery In Tuscarora twp., perry County Pa., a splendid lot of fruit trees equal to ony to ho hud eUewhero and hy fur surpassing many of tho trees offered for salo by traveling nursery men. Apple trees from 15 to ao cents piece and other trees lu proportion. 6 88 Bt. ROSS HENC1I. UT Post-OIIlee Address Ickesburg, Pa.