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NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA., NOYEMHEU 0, 1877.
PENNSYLVANIA K. R.-MIDDLE DIVISION.
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Ill'll" It 'llp.
The Juniata County Touchers will
"inBtltute'' on the 12thinst.
Thursday, November 2i)tli is to l:e
"Win. A. Zlnn linsbcen re-appointed by
the l'residi'iit aa Tost Muster at New
port. X)n the 1st of Nov. F. 15. Clouser, Esq.,
brought us In a limb of a pencil tree cov
ered with blossoms, lie lias two trees
in bis garden that are now in bloom.
Mr. Win, Mehnffle, -who for nearly
forty years has lived in this borough is
going to seo how lie likes llarrisbui-g lite
The Workingmen'B candidate for
Sherid'has withdrawn from the canvass,
in favor of J. W. Jleers. So now the
battle is between Ueers and Uray,
The corn erop of this county is very
much below the average. Some even
claim that it will not prove more than
half a crop.
V Tliis has been a remarkable fall, as far
as weather is concerned. I n some places
wild strawberries and honey buckles
were seen in blossom last week.
A young lady in town, who does not
pride herself particularly on being a po
litical economist, thinks the sooner
greenbacks reach "pa," the sooner she
will be able to invest in a new fall
About 3 o'clock on Wednesday the
citizens of Newport were aroused by an
alarm of lire, which was caused by some
coals left in an improper place at Mrs.
Duncan's bakery. The fire was extin
guished before any damage was done.
On Monday evening of last week Mr.
Jacob Baker, of New Oermantown, bad
an unfortunate upset while going down
the Narrows on his way to Newport.
He was not much hurt, but a new pair
of shafts were necessary.
The chap who was placed In jail In
this place, on the charge of stealing
some instruments from l)r. Orris, him
been taken by the sheriir of Cambria co.,
to Kbensburg to answer a similar
charge, made by physicians there.
Recently an intoxicated passenger rid
ing over the Cumberland Valley railroad
when asked for his ticket, presented a
total abstinence card. The conductor
punched it, and returned it to the own
er, marked "one drunk."
Mr. James Mickey, of Newport, had
an attack of illness that rendered him
i unconscious for a time on Thursday eve-
ning last, and created gome alarm among
his friends. Their exertions, however,
soon restored him to consciousness
X On "Wednesday last Wm. Maxwell of
Kye twp.,hadhis sides filled with shot by
Silas l'eters. The two were hunting
when the accident happened, l'eters
firing at a partridge while Maxwell was
within range. The wound was not serl
ous,but shows that greater tare is need
ful by hunters.
A man named Wilson, residing in
New Oxford, York county (suspected of
being one of a gang of thieves operating
in that vicinity) was recently caught
and tarred, (not feathered) by four men
with masked faces. The man is said to
have presented a frightful spectacle, and
was not successful in removing the tar
from his person for a week.
A The snakes are not all dead yet. Mr.
John J. I.ightner of Rye twp., was
cleaning up a patch in his lot the other
day, when, prying up a Hat stone he
found thirteen snakes under it, measur
ing from two to four and a half feet,of a
yellow spotted color, resembling a cop
perhead. Some time after he found two
of the same species near the same place.
Judge' Fisher, of the York county
bench, announced the other day that
thereafter he would, in view of the ex
pense entailed upon the county by the
evil of intemperance, enforce the act of
assembly imposing a line of $2 upon
every one found intoxicated upon the
streets, and lie thereupon called upon
every officer of the peace to arrest every
offender and take him before the justice
of the ieace and have the said fino im
posed, and in default of the payment of
uie same 10 nave ine party committed to
prison. The court also stated that the
tine collected under the law must be
handed over to the board of school con
trol for the benefit of popular education.
Thanks. The Managers of the Festi
val held in the M. E. Church last week,
desire to return thanks for the generous
donations received, the valuable assist
ance rendered, and the very liberal pat
ronage of the public. The gross receipts
amounted to ?200, netting about $1C0.
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Death In tho Court House. The citizens
of this borough, and all persons attend
ing court were terribly shocked on
Thursdny morning by the sudden death
of Mr. Jeromo Hetrlck, of Mexico,
Juniata county, which event occurred
under peculiarly painful circumstances.
Mr. II., had been subptrnaed to testify
before the grand Jury in regard to the
recovery of tho funds recently stolen
from the bank at Newport. He hud
arrived In town only about half an
hour before his death, feeling as well as
usual. After a conversation with Mr.
Mclnllre in the hall In tho rear of the
court room, he turned to go down stnlrs
saying ho wanted to talk with the Dis
trict Attorney. Just at that moment he
sank down as though ho had fainted.
Dr. Ard was at once summoned, but
when he arrived which was within two
minutes, Mr. II., wos dead. Ills body
was placed on a lounge, and taken to
Rinesmith's hotel, from whence it was
removed In the afternoon to his late
residence In Junlatu county. Ills
brothcr ln-law Mr. Kepncr, who had
accompanied him attended to this sad
duty. Mr. Hetrlck had previously had
attacks of the heart disease, and it was
an attack of this nature that caused his
death. The deceased was engaged in
the mercantile business at Mexico,
where he had lived for some years. He
was a man well known throughout
Juniata and l'crry courit1i;s, and was
held In high esteem by all who knew
In 1874 Mr. Hetrlck was elected to the
legislature, as the representative from
the counties of Mifllin and Juniata, and
as a proof that his services were accep
table to his constituents he was again
elected as the member for the years lTo
and 170 from Juniata, county.
early Suffocated. On Thursday night
last, Mr. Ueorgo 15. McKee and wife,
residing in this borough, came near
being suffocated from the clli ctsof coal
gas. They had fixed tho lire for the
night, hut had closed the damper too
much. The next day none of the folks
being seen moving around, some person
was sent about noon to see what the
trouble was. After repeated knocking
CI eorge was aroused but-had only strength
enough to reach the door on his hands
and knees. His wife was even more
seriously effected, and after being aroused
was unable to be out for several days.
This is another warning to use great
care in fixing coal-stoves for the night.
A Bad Young Man. About ten days ago
a young chap giving his name as Ed
ward Fisher, passed a forged check on
Mr. Henry Hirseh, of Duncannon, and
then left town, also taking with him a
watch belonging to Ex-Sheriff Sliively.
It was learned that ho had gone to Har
risburg, where he was found In the hos
pital, uilfering from wounds he had In
flicted in attempting to commit suicide.
This he had done out of jealousy caused
by an abandoned woman of that city
showing a preference for another man
after he had spent what money ho had
on her. The woman and her other
lover were arrested.
Thieving In Duncannon. Our friend,
Henry Hirseh, hns again been unfortu
nate. On Monday some one tried to
gain admission to his store room through
the door opening from the cellar way.
From this door they removed the lock,
but could only force it open u small
space, as Mr. Hirseh had fortunately
piled against It several trunks. Reach
ing in through the small aperture, they
were obliged to take the things nearest
at hand, which proved to be boys' vests,
about twenty of which they appropria
ted, together with six pairs of duck over
alls and a couple of hat boxes. From
the cellar these scamps took some fifteen
bushels of potatoes, belonging to Mr.
John A. Shearer. Duncannon Record.
Accident at the Rockville Bridge. David
Hinkle, of Dauphin, and a Mr. Reed, of
Rockville, met with a severe accident
about ten o'clock yesterday morning at
the new iron railroad biidgeof the Penn
sylvania railroad Co., at Rockville,
where both were employed. It appears
that both were at work on the lower
floor, and that by the tilting or slipping
of a plank they were precipitated into
tho river, striking the edge of a flat at
anchor under them, and were seriously
injured. Mr. Hinkle was cut about the
head and it is feared broke the frontal
bono and injured his left side. Reed was
hurt in tho right side, and sustained in
ternal injuries. Tho men received sur
gical aid from Dr. H. L. Oith, the com
pany's physician assisted by Dr. Dray
don, of Dauphin. Hinkle was taken to
his home in Dauphin. Patriot of 30th
a, iv ii i . its iviunup. 4 v vi i j ij t
person attired as a woman stopped at
tho house of James J. Peck, in Liberty
Valley, and asked to stay there whilo
waiting for her husband, whom she
stated had stopped to get a shoe on his
horse. She soon asked the children to
accompany her to the saw mill, a short
distance from the house when three of
them started with her. After getting to
the mill she enticed them further along
to get leaves In the woods, and after get
ting nbout half a mile from the house
tried to make the two older children re
turn, saying she would keep the small
est, a child about three years old. They
refused to go, fearing they would lose
the little fellow. As the children did
not return, as expected, an older person
was sent to search for them and succeed
ed In overtaking them about a mile
from the house. The story about the
man having the horse shod proved to be
entirely false. It is pretty certain that
the person who attempted to entice
away the child, was a man dressed ns a
female, as It was plainly seen that ho
had on a wig, hair of another color
showing, while the size and features
were those of a man. The littlo fellow
had been told that he would never see
Ills papa again, and it was undoubtedly
the Intention of the scamp to steal the
child. It Is a pity ho was not arrested
and put where he would do tho most
Remarkable Story. Dr. Jesse Laverty,
living in Eastpennsboro' twp., is a great
lover of pork. A number of pigs are
raised yearly by him, and many children
would be glad of the attention given to
the Inmates of his pens. The Doctor
and Mrs. Laverty recently took a trip
and were gone three days. When on
their way home, fifteen miles away they
saw at a cross road a pig which had a
wonderfully familiar look, which stood
facing the coiners and when they came
near made a dash for tho buggy and got
entangled In tho running gear, which
soon brought things to a stand still. Sat
isfied that the young porker was his own
the doctor gave him a lift into tho buggy
where he lay still as a child. When tho
buggy neared the burn the Jewish out
cast woke ui) made a leap from the buggy
and ran for his pen. It turned out that
the pig had been stolen and carried '2D
miles into the country, and was home
ward bound when ho espied his old
friend and got the lift into the bugsry.
The doctor, whose veracity has never
been questioned, says he is willing to
testify to the above facts. Valley Spirit,
Preaching in the Lutheran Church
next Sunday at lui A. M. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening. At Market
ville at '21 1'. M. on the sumo day.
Presbyterian Church Preaching next
Sabbath at 11 A. M. Prayer meeting
on Wednesday at 7 P. M.
Union Service Preaching next Sab
bath evening in the Presbyterian Church
at 7 o'clock by Rev. J. W. Cleaver.
Mt. (Jilead Preaching next Sabbath
afternoon by Rev. J. Edgar.
Juniata County. We copy the follow
ing from the Juniata county papers of
Mr. Wm. Ranks, on Sunday morning
last, brought in from the West live car
loads of cattle. Four car loads number
ing about fifty head, lie intends feeding
this winter himself ; the other car load,
numbering eighteen head, were purchas
ed by Ezra D. Parker, Esq., and Mr.
David 1 'owles, who also intend feeding
them this winter"
J. C. Benle, of Realo township, shot
a bear on Thursday night last, on the
mountain near tho residence of D. W.
Allen. Mr. Bealo was hunting coons at
the time ho came across the beur.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last week : .
On last Thursday , Mr. Oeorgo Har
man, residing near Burnitz's mill, while
engaged in putting a roof on a wagon
shed, on Mr. LaFayette Poller's farm,
he missed his footing and fell to the
ground a distance of fifteen or twenty
feet. He fell upon a pile of lumber anil
stones, receiving a number of severe
bruises and cuts about his head and face,
which have confined him to the house
for several days. Mr. H., can congratu
late himself on so fortunate escape from
a very serious accident.
A little more than a month since, Mr.
George Swanger of Dickinson township
wos taken 111 with symptoms resembling
intersusscption of the bowels. Ho was
under the treatment of Dr. M. R. Culli
Bon of White House for about two weeks
when Dr. A. J. Miller of Carlisle was
called in consultation. It was agreed
that the patient was suffering from in
tersusscption or a twist of the bowels.
Tho most powerful known purgatives
and cneinata were resorted to without
etfect. Tho patient lived ono month
without a passage from the bowels when
deatli came to his relief. A post mortem
examination wns made by Drs. A. J.
Miller and M. R. Cullison which dis
closed the fact that the large bowel, or
colon at its splemie lloxure, was in a
complete twist allowing nothing to pass
either way, and which was the inevitable
cause of death.
Messrs. Powell & Co., have had a
portable steam saw mill near the font
of thcmountiiin, about three miles north
west of Newburg, Cumberland county,
for several months. After an absence
of some days thehauds returned to work
on Monday, Oct. UUtli, fired up the
engine about the middle of the day and
at about one o'clock P. M., commenced
sawing. While In the act of preparing
a second log for tho mill tne boiler
bursted, and what was theminute before
an active scene of industry, in the next
was death, suffering and sudden destruc
tion. Tho boiler was broken in soveral
large pieces and In many smaller, totally
demolishing the entire building over it,
as also others near it, good-sized trees
were cut oil', posts were torn out, and
with other timbers and materials, etc.,
hurled In various directions to quite a
distance. Large portions of the holler
were thrown 100 yards distant. Wm.
Shoemaker, engineer, son of Wm. Shoe
maker, Sr., of Roxbury, Franklin
county, was killed instantly. John
Rowers, who had been hunting, and
who had just seated himself near the
saw-mill not ten minutes before the
explosion, was killed Instantly. A.
Powell, nff-bearer, of Roxbury, had one
nrm broken In two places. John Reed,
sawyer.of, Roxbury. was severely injured.
His right leg was badly cut, mangled
and broken and has been amputated.
C. W. Taylor, of Roxbury, wus thrown
about 2.ri feet, but lighting on a pilo of
saw-dust, he wus only slightly injured.
Ladlrs' Coats in nil the latest styles,
from $2 75 up to $15 00.
41 4t Newport, Pa.
Real Hair Switches at $ 1.00 each at
41 4t Newport, Pa.
White and Colored Blankets $2 50 per
pair. Isidoh Schwartz,
4t4t Newport, Pa.
Children's Furs 75 Cents per set at
Isiuon Si iiwAinz's,
41 4t Newport, Pa.
Silk Handkerchiefs 25 Cents each, at
Ismon S lnvAirrz'H,
41 4t Newport, Pa.
Ladles' Felt Skirts only 50 cents each.
41 4t Newport, Pa.
Ladies' Furs from SI 00 per set and up
ward. ISIUOll Sf'IIWAHTZ.
41 4t Newport, Pu.
Men's Overcoats from $3 00 upwards at
41 41 Newport, Pa.
FOR SALE. A valuable farm situate 2
miles south of this borough, contain
ing about 100 acres, 05 acres of which are
cleared and in a high state of cultiva
tion, the balance well set with fine tim
ber. The improvements are a good two
story dwelling house with kitchen at
tached, Barn, Blacksmith-shop and oth
er outbuildings. There is also a good
limestone quarry, a large orchard of
choice fruit trees on the premises, and a
never-failing spring of water near the
door. This property will be sold cheap,
and on reasonable terms. For further
particulars, address Jacoi! FlUTZ, Car
lisle, Cumberland Co., Pa., or apply at
this ofiice. 41
FOR RENT. The best Coach and Wag
on Maker Shop in the County. There
is a Blacksmith Shop connected with it,
and everything, convenient to carry on
a first-class Coach business. For further
particulars apply to
37 pd Green Park, Perry co., Pa.
" The Above All," Is anew brand of
chewing tobacco, and is without a peer
lor excellence anu sweetness, n or sale,
wholesale and rctil, by J. B. IlAllTZELL
in Gantt's Building.
New Tailor Shop. The undersigned
gives notice to the public that he has
opened a shop opposite Rinesmith's
hotel New Bloomfield, Pa., In the room
formerly used os a confectionary, where
he Is prepared to do work in his line
promptly, anu at reasonable prices.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Jive me a call. Samuel Bkntzel.
Bloomfield, May 1, '77 tf.
W. J. Rice. Surgeon and Mechanical
Ucntixt, will visit Bloomfield the first
two weeks of each month, profession
ally, onice at 'Squire Clouser s resl.
deuce. Tho remainder of his time at
hls.olllco in Ickesburg, Perry co., Pa.
ear Call and hear his prices. 28
Removal. J. T. Messlmer has remov
ed Ills Shoe Shop to the room adjoining
F. B. Clouser's olllce, 4 doors west of the
Post-Ofilee, where he will make to order
Boots and Shoes of all kinds. Repair-
Ing promptly and neatly executed. He
will also keep on hand a good assort
ment of Boots and Shoes, which he will
sell at low prices. Give him a call. 17
Horse Blankets from $1 25 upwards at
41 4t Newport, Pa.
Blank Receipt Books for Administrators
and lixecutors. Also blank notes and
all other blanks for sale at this olllce. tf
537" With a cake of Glenn's Balphnr Boap
and a commodious bath-tub, tho victim of
chronic cutaneous eruptions can Improvise a
sulphur bath, which no professed bathing es
tablishment can snpplv. Bold by all Druggists.
!.r Hill's Huir & Whisker Dye, black or
brown. 4il iw.
Couuty Price Current.
Rukmfibi.d NovemberS, 187"
Riitter V pound 10S2 1
E;,'(3 1 dozen, li "
Dried Apples V pound 5 cts"
Dried Teaches in Q lncls."
Corrected Weekly hp Knuuti .1 Ilto:itr.
OltoVIIM Kc PRODTTCK.
K BWI'Oltr, October J7, 1.177.
Flour, Kxtra ifl CO
White Wheat V bush, (old) iZba "5
Red Wliiat 1 30 it 1 3)
Oats V 32 pounds 2jei1
Clover Seed 6 Cutiti CO
Timothy Seed 1
Flax Seed 1
Bacon 8 ii 11
Ground AUimn Bait 1 3 61 35
Llmeburner'g Coal, . SIS.
Btove Coal 3 7S J 4 25
Pea Coal 2 to
Gordon's Food per Back 12
riSII, SALT, LIME ANU COAL
Of all kluds always on hand and for sale at the
Lowest Market Kates.
OARMRI.K PRODUCR MAKKKT.
Caiu.isi.b, October 27,1887.
Family Flour I0.B0
Buperllno Rye Flour S.W1
Whltn Wheat, new.. ,k 1 TO
Red Wheat.new 1 80
Corn, (now) so
Clnvpricpd 6. CO a 6. CO
Tiinothyseed 1 25
Fol.Tr, VI KNdius. On the ,11st ulf.. bv R. I
Miil-i'in Ktii., Mr. Hnlomiin K0lt7.nl Carroll twp.,
to MIhh Kniel ine Meii;lils of Bill ing twp.
ilpntli notice not fnopcrlltiir ft llnrfi Itmprted wlthnut
rlinriri'. Hut 5 ci'nlH per Hue will li vurlithly Im
clmmed fur Tributes of Reflect, Koelvy, fir other
Morton On the 2nd Inst, at HnnHnfrrton, Fa..
Mr. Marlln Morton, formerly ut lliis borough,
ncd nlHiut 73 years.
I.tiPFKH In this borough on the 2n1 Instant,
Maggie. InfHiit daughter of WINou and Amelia
C. l.upfer, aged 3 weeks and 1 day.
Tribute of Respect.
At a regular stated meeting of Rhermnnidale
Council No. ISO of O. I'. A. M.. the following pre
amble and resolutions were adopted ;
H7iori", It has pleased AlmlghtyGod, In his
Infinite Wisdom to call from our midst our belov
ed Brother ex Councilor, A. B. Htouller, therefore,
HnnlivA, That while we bow In humble sub
mission lo the will of lllm who donth all things
well, we deplore the loss of so worthy a member.
Itwolreil , That we tenderto the bereaved fam
ily our sincere and heart felt, sympathy, and that
we mourn for hlin as one whom wo loved in our
Jirmlred, That our charter be draped In
mourning for throe months, and the members
wear Hie badge of mourning for sixty days.
Ji'Mitml, 'I hat a copy of I hese resolutions be
presented tn the family; that they be entered on
the minutes of the Council, nuil lie published In
three of the leading county papers.
A. If. OMCNN.
D. M. UA1I.KY.
Tribute of Respect.
At regular meeting of Warren Council, No.
172, ,Ir. (). II. A. At, Hhermansdulo, Pa., Oct.
1 th,lf77. Ihe following preatnblo and resolu
lions were adopted :
WiiKur.As, under an nil wise Providence, we
have ici-enilv been called upon lo chronicle the
mime of Brother A. 11. Btotilfnr ns lli llrt on the
roll ot our Council's' dead. It seems but proper
that we should publicly manifest a sense of our
loss. In business transactions. In our Council
Chamber, and in all his Intercourse with us, Bro.
Htouller proved himself a nolilo worker In the
cause of v. I.. (4 I., a steadfast friend, and a man
of honest purpose and strict, integrity. We sor
row with thoso who were so near to linn, wo
tender our wannest sympathy to his bereaved
friends, In their allliction. And while we tender
our head felt svmpnthy. vn would commend them
tothe svmpnthy of Him who doeth all things well.
Jti'Miired, That we wear the Badge of Alourning
for (io (lavs.
licsnlrifd. That nurCouncIl room bo draped In
mourning for 3u days, and the name of our de
ceased brother be Inscribed upon the roll of our
HcmtrcA. That a copy of of these resolutions be
framed and given to the family of the deceased,
and that tliey be published in iho Tub Times and
"Democrat" of Kew Bloomlleld.
J. I.. M'CASKEY.
T. K M'CORD.
John J. Tatlok ) In the Court of Common Tleas'
rs. -" of perry County.
Ellen Tatlok.' No. 4:t , August Term, 1877.
HunrtENA in DiroiicE. &u.
Notice Is hereby given to the respondent to op--
Sear on the llrst Monday of January next, being'
IONDAY, the 7th day of January, A. D.. 1878,
nnd answer the complaint of the said llbellant,
and show cause why a decree of divorce a vincu
lo matrimonii should not be granted, &o.
J. W. WILLIAMSON, Sheriff.
New Blooinllelil, Oct.C,1877. S
AT the House of THOMAS BUTCH. In New
THURSDAY, NOVF.MBEIl Sth.
a large variety of FRUIT TREES, consisting of
Apple. Peach. Plumb, Apricot, and Crab, all ot
the best variety, care will be taken in raising
Bale to commence at 1 o'clock, when terms
will be made kuowu by
V.T. DEW ALT. !
Nov. 6. It L. C. Hewilt, Actionee1.
VALUABLE STORE STAND
A T I'M VA Til SALE. 1
The subscriber will sell at private sale his
DWELLING 1IOU8K AND STORE STAND
AND A LOT OF OllOUND,
containing Four Acres nmreorless. Tlere Is a
never-failing Spring of Water and other Out
buildings on the premises.
The above propertv Is located In the village
of Centre, Perry county, Pa. The Store Stand is
good. Post-Ollice In t lie Store.
W Price SlfViO payments easy. Possession
given hi April 1st, 1878.
O. S. MILLS.
November 6, 1377.
CALL AXDSEE ME. ,
The Subscriber ha opened a Store opposite the
Railroad Depot, at NEWPORT, where he is pie -pared
OYSTKItS, GllOCEItlKS, fr
At the lowest market price. A full stock on
hand. The patronage ot the public is solicited.
4,ltf. WM. JCKKM,
I nVFRQR0n, OF KNOWI.IDOK. or So
f fcllO crels of Love. Courtship ami
Marriage showing how to get married, live hap
pily obtain heaPh. wealth nnd distinction, am!
appear to advantage In society lit o pngrs Suft.uuO
sold. Mailed forluets.. In Postage fmmts or cur
rency. Address, TIIK I'NluN VUaLISIIINU
CO.MI'AN Y. Newark. X. J. 41wl;i.
A VAJIIETY STORE,
We Invite tho Citizens of BfOOM FIELD and
vicinity, to call and examine our stock of
CliOCERIFS, QUEENSWAUE. CLASSWA3E,
TIN WAKE. A FULL VARIETY OF
NOTIONS, S.C., J.C., .c.
All of which we are silling at astonishingly
Give us a call nnd .f.iT'W MnXEY, as we
are almost GIVING THllNGS AWAY.
tA. Butter and Eggs taken la trade.
38 ly Wt Maiu Street.
IIPV'O UTII1 Don't you want s
In utAK. rteuYi
nd Suits 1
fail to ex-
amine the splendid assortment for sale by F.
MORTIMER. You can suit yourself in at vie and