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ljc Stum?, Nciu Bloomfidii, )ci. Miscellaneous News Items. t"Bloomiugton, 111,, has induced a shoe firm to commonco the manufacture of brogansin that city. They are to work fifty hands. t2T Hail stones recently foil out West, with insects frozen in them, which showed that animal lifo had been disporting some ways up in t" world. . tW A couplo out in Portland, Oregon, who found thomHolvos divorced lately through the machinations of the wifo'a mother did tho best thing possible under the circumstances promptly got married again. IWAlad was seated on a rail of tho Boston and Albany Road on Sunday, just as the storm camo up, noar Troy. Tho lightning struck tho track some distance up, and following tho rail up killed the boy. tSTA woman at Leavenworth, Kansas, hired a lawyer to defond hor for a stipuhv ted price, but showing some disposition to impose upon hor after the trial had com menced, she dismissed him, ploadod hor own case, and was discharged. Tho salaries of tho Postraastors through out tho country aro to bo readjusted on tho basis of their receipts during tho coming six weeks of this year, and tho now schod ulo of salaries will go into effect July 1, 1872. C3T The Mayor of Philadelphia has no tified tho proprietors of all tho concert sa loons in which the dance known as tho "French can-can" is performed, that it must bo put a Btop to immediately, or prosecutions will be at onco commenced. Z3T A sharper named Robinson has made one hundred men in Iowa believe that he discovered a mountain of gold on bis way home from California some years ago, and has received $200 from each of them in consideration of his piloting them to tho place. tSyOn Friday evening last, a littlo daughter of Thomas Connors, who resides near Meadville, was burned to death while attempting tokindlo a firo by pouring oil from a can, upon a blazo. The can explo ded, and before assistance could be render ed, she was burned into a crisp from bead to foot. CST" Mr. J. B. Johnson, of Leeds, recent ly jumped from tho parapet of London bridge into the Thames, a distance of thirty feet, to savo a passenger who had fallen overboard from a Woolwich steamer. The rescued man offered to compensate bis de liverer liberally, but he declined to receive any reward. C3J A womau at tho poor house of Hun tingdon county, located at ' Shirloysburg, died last week from tho effocts of a pin en tering her ear. Sho had imitated tho too common practice of picking that organ with a pin, and slipping from her lingers it penetrated to such a depth that efforts to extract it were unavailing. ' t3f A carriage was upsot on the Plum Island road, Newburyport recently in which thoro were three men and three . women. The dress of one of the females was caught iu some part of the carriage, and before it could bo detached tho horso started and dragged her along. Coming on to Plumbush creek bridge, by some un known means the girl was thrown off, fell into the water and was drowned. tW A machine has been put into oper ation at some of the large railroad stations InMass., that tells how long before the train tarts: It reads, "This train leaves in ten minutes," then iu nine, eight, etc., and when tho index reaches 0, tho train starts. Thus any passenger on entering a station, knows just bow much time he has for get ting tickets, checks, a nowspaper and a seat without consulting a watch or clock to as certain the hour of the day. t3!T The court of appeals of Virginia has decided that drunkenness is a proper sub ject to be taken into consideration in de termining whether a man is guilty of mur dor in the first degree, three requisites of which being willfulness, deliberation and premeditationahd the first ease under that decision was finished in Alexandria on Friday last, the accused having murdered a littlo colored girl during a fit of intoxica tion. ' He was sentoncod to five years' im prisonment. tW A drug clork recently put up a pro scription for a young lady friend of a dose of castor oil. Bhe innocently inquired how it could be taken without tasting it. He promised to explain to her, and in the meantime proposed to drink a glass of soda water with her. When he had finished, he said: "My friend, you have takon your oil and did not know it.." The young lady was nearly crazy, and cried. "Oh dear, it wasn't for myself I wanted tho oil, it was for my mother." , tST" Last Tuesday ut iioon Joheph Itcm mell book-keeper for the Jersey City Ferry Company, was going to the Hudson County National Bunk with a bank book contain ing 1550 and a check iu his right hand. When he was poshing a carpet storo iu Montgomery street a piece of matting full iu his way and ho stumblod. Just then three men Jostled against Win and gi umblod because he did not get out of the way. When he reached the bank the $5C0 was missing. ' RAILROADS. Pennsylvania II. 11. Time Table. NEWPORT STATION. On and after Mayltth, 1871, Passengor trains will run as follows: WEST. Cincinnati Express (Han) 12.4B A. M., dairy. Way Passenger, 8.1S A. M., dally. Mail, 2.30 p. M. dully except Bunday. A mixed train with passenger car attached, will leave Harrlsburg at 6 o'clock p. in., unU Newport at 6.40 p. m. EAST. Harrlsburg Accom 11.66 a. m., dally " Sunday. Mail 7.43 P. M., dally except Monday J. J. BARCLAY, Agent. DUNCANNON STATION. On and after Sunday. May 14th, 1871, trains will leave Duncannon, as follows : WENT WARD. Cincinnati Express (hag) 12.18 A. M. Dally. Way 1'assenger, 7.3S A. M., dally Mall, l.fifl p. m daflvexccpt Sunday Mixed, 6.50 p. M., dally except Sunday. EASTWARD. Harls'burg Accom lilp. m., daily except Sunday. Mall 8.16 P. M " " " WM. 0. KINO, Agent. Duncannon, May 24. 1H71. Stage Line Between Newport and New ticrniantown. STAGES leave New Ucrmantown dally at four o'clock a. in. Landlsburgat 7. 80 a. m. Green park at 8 a. in. New Itloomtlcld at 9'A a. m. Arriving at Newport to connect with tho Ac commodation train East. Returning leaves Newport on the arrival of the Mail Train from Philadelphia, at 2.30 p. in. Z. KICK, I'roprlctor. HARDWARE! HARDWARE! THE subscribers have on hand at all times, as complete an assortment of Hardware as can be found in the county. NAILS, HINGES, LOCKS, GLASS, PAINTS & OILS, and a fine assortment of all styles of Builders Ha i 'di care, Also, CARPENTER TOOLS, TABLE CUTLERY, COFFEE MILLS, SPOONS, SHOVELS, HOES, and a full stock of Hardware of Every Description, All of which will be sold at the lowest market prices. Persons wanting any article In this line are requested to call and examlneour stock. F. MORTIMER & CO., New Bloomfield, Pa. B. M. EE Y, Wholesale and ltetall Dealer in D&UGS AND MEDICINES, 01iciiiicnl&, CONCENTRATED REMEDIES, ESSENTIAL OILS, Patent Medicines, PURE W1NEQ AND LIQUORS, For Medicinal and Sacramental Purposes. A Splendid Assortment of PERFUMERY, HAIR OILS, BRUSHES, AND FANCY ARTICLES, Always on hand, which will be sold at low prices tW Orders from Physicians promptly aiU'UUea to witu groat care, 33. Tv. EBY, Newport, Perry County, Penn'a. JAGLE HOTEL NEW BLOOMFIELD, Perry County, Tcnu'a. HAVING purchased the hotel formerly occu pied bv David B. Liiiifer, situated on North Carlisle Street adjoining the Court House, 1 am Iirepared to receive trauslont guests or regular warders. To all who favor me with their custom, I shall endeavor to furnish tlrst class accommodations. A call Is solicited. OEOROE DERRICK. llloomlleld, March 9, lSflO. 3 10 ly S AMKKICAX UNION- FILTER MANUFACTURING CO., Manufacturers of SIMMONS' IMPROVED PATENT FILTERS. First premium received at American Institute Fair, Wu. Reversible Hydrant Fillers, price WW. Also, Syphon Fillers for country use, SIMPLE IN CONSTRUCTION, " i PERFECT IN ACTION, ' , ' DURABLE IN USE. ' ' The Syphon Filter IS AUSOLUTEI.Y THE BEST PRINCIPLE on which a Filter can be made. Agents wanted, bend for a circular. tJ)nU Olllco 18 Key Ht., New York. ' REAL ESTATE NOTICES. VALUABLE Farm at Private Sale. THE undersigned nfTors at private sain, a farm lultyetowiisliip.Perry county, l'a., containing 57 ACBEH. Tho land Is the best In the nlKhborhood, with run ning water in every Held, is under good fence, and has thereon erected a new Frame Dwelling House. There Is also a thrifty Young ORCHARD on the place. This land lies along two public roads the Fishing Creek road and the Ijunb's (Jap road ; the last named divides the laud In two parts ;wUnn the one side and on the other : on the vi'i'A acre piece Is a New Frame Dwelling House, and on tho other a FRAME 22 x 28, erected for a house, with a never falling Spring of water. This land will be sold as a whole, or In two Tracts, to suit purchasers. . rcrsons desiring to purchase a farm will do well to examine this one before Investing else where, as It lies within four miles of Marysville, and the 1'cnnsylvanla llailroad one of the best markets ill the county. - Further Information can be hod by ad dressing Dr. JOHN USAW, Jenncr X Uouds, 12 Somerset county, l'a. VALUABLE PROPERTY At Private Sale. THE subscriber offers at private sale his prop erty In Savllle township, Terry county, l'a., consisting of JJT'l A. CUES of Land, 35 Acres of which are cleared, and well Improved having thereon a Oho and Half Story Log House, LOG BARN, and other out-buildlngs, with a fine YOUNG ORCHARD. The balance of the land Is well tim bered. For further Information address or apply to HENKY KXECKKNER, 4 43 Ickesburg, Terry county, Fa. Two Valuable Farms LOCATED IN JUNIATA COUNTY, FA., A.t Private Sulc. ONE of the farms contains 2UO ACHES of well-Improved land, with good buildings, and good water near the door, with tine fruit, and many other Improvements. Stores, MilL and Churches within sight. The other contains 1 BO ACBKS of well-Improved land, good buildings, tine Spring ol water near tho door, and excellent fruit of many varie ties. The land is In a hiiih state of cultivation. and of the best quality. Those are desirable farms and will lie sold. For further particulars' call on or auuress " TIMES OFFICE," 4 4tf New Bloomlleld, Terry co.,Ta. LEBANON Mutual Fire Insurance Company, OF JonoHtown, Ponu'a, POLICIES TERPETUAL at Low Kates. No Steam risks taken. This Ik one of the best conducted and most reliable Companies In the State. Country property Insured Perpetually at W 00 per thousand, and Town property ut $6 IX) pur iiinusauu. The PeuiiMylvunia Cattle Insurance Company, OP rOTTSVILXK, PENN'A., TN8URE8 HOUSES AND CATTLE AGAINST JL Death, i nert, or Accident, at very Low Kates. Call ou or address LEWIS POTTER, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., Agent lor Terry County. From the Daily Miners' Journal of July 22, 1870. Yesterday James H. Grler, Agent of the Leb anon Mutual Fire Insurance Company, promptly paid Lewis Harris 150, his insurance policy In full, w hich he lost by tire on Itallroad btreet, lust Frl- uuy. Mr. Grler also nald John Pettlmrcr SHO. his In surance policy In (nil, which wasou a nurse that uieu lust Hutitruay, ana was insured iu the l'enii. sylvanla Cattle Insurance Company, of Totts vllle.-416 IVliTW STORE! CHEAP GOODS! THE subscriber having opened a new Store, one door Fast of Sweger s Hotel, solicits a share oi uie puuuc patronage, uo nas just received full supply of TV O AV jr O O (1 and will constantly keep on baud, a complete as- aurtnieub ui DRY-O00D8, QUEENBWARB BOOTS SHOES, GROCERIES HARDWARE, HATS A CAPS, And Everything else usually kept Iu Stores. Call and see my stock. KOB'T. N. WILLIS, New llloomlleld, Fa. 42 S300 COMMUTATION MONEY. The above amount will be refoimded to all sol dlern who were drafted while In the service, and who paid S3UQ commutation money! and also to all persons who paid commutation money w ho were not legally liable to draft. Claims must be tilled before the 1st of March, 1KV1 . Call ou, or add loss, LEWIS POTTER. Attorney for Claimants, New Bloomlleld, Pa. ASI'I.KXDITV A HKOHTMKNrp l'LENIlJJ ANWIlTMENl DRV. 000DO UV-tJOODO Suited to the Season, . , - ' i , Aro Now Offered for Bulo by ; F.' MORTIMER,' & CO. ' READY-MADE CICOTIIIXG. The Largest Stock; A In the Finest Good; Boyt .the Newest Styles; N We a r V the Best Work wo have Xmanshlp; the AVAFV Hnrl AKaafa.4 ta- "RJTY of material &JL?JL riot v. at V ' every variety of A 3larket style, suitable for and T7" .Youth from 16 to 2 OA JiM. 6th m Boys from 9 to I6, "ST1 and Children from 5 to 9 years, all J, durable & strong, maae witn special) a, a . JLJ yeference to rough We .usage. In this de haveX A3 rtment our made prices are as our Es tablishmenX ji tonishingly low. "THE HEAD Market QUARTERS OP and .COUNTRY TRADE 6th. .In Clothing, ancT we can assure our N, .friends from c town thflf fhauX 9d J need look no fur A' Jtherthan Oak Hall Our satisfactory Custom Clothing & satis Work is prices. of the very Full stock all best character. Hthe yeap c Easy rules for round. mAflfliiMmiinf A JA. Market prices, &o., sent free to any part of JCl Amerioa, and good fits guaranteed. Market land GtU Streets, PHILADELPHIA. New Carriage Manufactory, On Hioii Stiiket, East or Cablisle St., New Bloomflcld, Penn'a. npiIE subscriber has built a large and conimndl- ous nnopon Jiign nr., r.ast oi uarusie nireei, dw moouiueia, r., wuere ne is preparea to man utacture to order , Ca v i i n, g" o m Of every description, out of the best material. Slolghs of every Style, built to order, and finished In the most artistic and duruble manner. U Having superior workmen, he Is prepared to furnish work that will compare favoraoly with the best City Work, and much more duruble, and at mucn more roasonauie rates. -ltElAlMNa of all kinds neatly and prompt ly done. A call Is solicited. SAMUEL SMITH. . 3 HI A. Now Leather, Harness and Oil Store At Duncannon, 1'enn'a. THK subserllier has Just oHued In Duncannon, l'erry county, l'a., opKislto tho National Hotel, a lui'Ke uud splendid assortment of l.KATIIElt, KADDI.KltV, . ' ' OII.H. ' ' ' ( -j . TliUNKH,- , v 8I10U I'fNDINOS.&C. lie Is prepared to llllorders at tho shortest notice and Iu the bust manner. A number nf the best workineu are employed, and -repairing; Is done wit liout di ley and on the most reasonable terms. I;KK1NKL) OIL nre test by the barrel, or In lai eer lots. l.l lUtlCATINd and other OII.H of the best quality, in lets to suit purchasers. '1 he CASH paid for Ilark, Hides and Hklns of all marketable kinds. 4. Please call and examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. , , J08. M. IIAWLEY. jMincaiinuii, 54 tl ; , . - , Clocks. Another new lot of SO hour mid 8 day Clocks just rocoivoil by l Mob TiMini & Co.New Uluointluld. Professional Cards. LKWIS POTTEU, Attobnbt-at-Law & Notary Ptim.io. ivcwi JUopmiteM, Itrry County, Penn'a. kinds, to tlie settlement of estates, Hie., and all other legal business prosecuted with fidelity and knowU'(1mnH taken. -un.ce nveuoors wesi oi Butch'8 hotel. 321y. B P. McINTIKE Attornev at T.nw. unit Tl. trlct Attornev of I'errv countv. oninn uiiii J. X. Mulntlre, New Bloomfield, Penn'a. "Woi M. N. BE1BERT, Attorney-at-I.aw, Mew Hloomtiold. Perrv eo.. Pn loomllcld, 3 33 ly. "ITTM. M. 8IITCII, Attorney at-Law, and Mill. V tary Claim Atient. ew Dloomneld. l'erry co., Pa. O-Offlce Two doors West of t Slortlmer's Btore-3 71y "ITTM. A. SI'ONSLElt, Attorney-at-I-aw, ty Olllce adjoinlntr his residence, on East Main street, New Uloomtleld, Perry co., Pa. 3 2 ly SII. OALBKAITII. Attorney at-Law, New llloomlleld, Perry CO., Pa. - Pensions, llounties, Hack l'ay, and all Claims airalnst the Government, promptly collect ed. Olllce with Wm. A. bponsler, Esq. 3 2 ly. CI.EE MUKKAY, Attorncy-at-Law, and Keal Estate Agent, New Bloomlleld, Perry CO., Pa. - Office with Hon. II. b Junkln, South Car lisle street, New Illoinlleld, l'a. 3 2 ly. CUA9. A. IJAltNKTT, Attorney-at-ljiw, New liloomtleld, Perry CO., Pa. B. Odlce adjoining Mortimer's Store. 3 2 ly CIIAS. J. T, McINTIRE, Attorney-at-Law, New llloomlleld, Perry co.. Pa. W All professional business promptly andfaltli fully attended to. 3 2 lv. TOIIN O. SIIATTO, Burgeon Dentist, (J New Hloomtleld, Perry CO., Pa. ttstry All kinds of Mechanical and Surgical Den orices.done In the best manner, and at reasonable 3-Olllce over Mortimer's store. 3 2 ly Drs. I. N. Shatto & W. D. Louder, Surgeon Dentists, NEWPOltT, PA. A LI, operations In connection with Dentistry, skillfully performed at moderate charges. -Satisfaction guaranteed In all possible cases, or no charge. Olllce on Fourth Street, Newport, Pa., op posite the Reformed Church. 4 52tf Perry County Bank! Mpoiislcr, Junkln fc Co. THE undersigned, having formed a Banking As sociation uuder the above name and style, are now ready to do a General Banking business at their new Banking House, on Centre Square, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. We receive money on deposit and pay back on demand. We discount notes for a period of not over 60 days, and sell Drafts on Philadelphia and New York. On time Deposits, live per cent forany time over four months ; and for four months four per cent. We are well provided with all and every facility for doing a Banking Business; and knowing, and tor some years, feeling the great Inconvenience un der which the people of this County labored forthe want of a Bank of Discount and Deposit, we have have determined to supply the want ;and this being the first Bank ever established In Ferry county, we hope we will be sustained In our efforts, by all th business men, farmers and mechanics. This Banking Association Is composed of the fol lowing named partners: W. A. Sponblkk, Bloomlleld, Perry county, Pa. B. K. JUNK1N, " " " A. O. MiLi.itu, Shi poensburg, Cumberland co., Pa. tuiin wuniikiu-iuu, " Heniit Hunr, " Wm. H. Miller, Carlisle, it it ti i officebs: W. A. SPONSLER, President. William Willis, Oathler. Mew Bloomlleld, 3 5 ly riUtllY COUNTY Real Estate, Insurance, AND CLAIM AGENCY. LEWIS POTTER & CO., Real Estate Brokers, Insurance, S Claim Agents lVe-w lJloomllelil, 3?a. WE INVITE the attention of buyers and sell ers to the advantages we oiler them In pur chasing or disposiug of real estate through our of fice. We have a very large list of desirable property, consisting of farms, town property, mills, store and tavern stands, and real estate of any descrip tion which we are prepared to otter at great bar gains. We advertise our proiierty very extensive ly, and use all our elforts, skill, and dllllgence to elfecta sale. We make no charges unless the property is sold while registered with us. We also draw up deeds, bonds, mortgages, audall legal pa pers at moderate rates. Some of the best, cheapest, and most reliable fire, life, and cattle insurance companies in the United States are represented at tills agency. Property Insured cither on the cash or mutual plan, and peretually at 84 and $5 per thousand. Pensions, bounties, and all kinds of war claims collected. There are thousands of soldiers and heirs of soldiers who are entitled to pensions and bounty, who have never made application. Sol dlers, If you were wounded, ruptured, orcontract ed a disease in the service from which you are dis abled, you are entitled to a pension. When widows of soldiers die or marry, the minor children are entitled to the pension. Parties having any business to transact In our line, are respectfully invited to give us a call, as we are confident we can render satisfaction in any branch of our business. - No charge for Information. 12uly LEWIS POTTER & CO. Daily Express and Freight Line BETWEEN BLOOMFIELD & NEWPORT! THE subscriber wishes to notify the citizens of Blooiutield and Newport that he Is running a Dally Line between these two places. rind will haul Freight of any kind, or promptly deliver packages or messages entrusted to his care. -Orders may be left for him at the stores of F. Mortimer Ut Co., New Bloomlield, or MUHkuii St Musser, Newport, Pa. j. 8. WH1TMOUE. Bloomlleld, January 25, 1S70. . i PERRY HOUSE, New Bloomflcld, Pa. THE subsrllier having purchased the property on the corner of Maine and Carlisle streets, opposite tliet'oiirt House, Invites all his friends ami former customers to give him a call as he la determined to furnish Urst class accommodations. THOMAS SUTVIt. 8 Uf. Proprietor. : 1 1 , . AL.I, KINDS OK JOB PKINTINO Neatly executed at the Bloomlleld Timet Bleu ui Job Olllce.