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THE TIMES, NEW I1L00MFIEL1), PA.;, APRIL 20, 1680.
5 THE TIMES. riNNSYLVANIA A, R. MIEDLB DIVISION. On ud f ter Nor. Ith, 187H, Truths ran as follow i WESTWARD. KASTWAHil. WayJliilllAr.j l'aaa Tr'ulTr'ui Mffl. Aoo. Stations. rhliaTcTpiuaT' 19.811 A.M. ' I. Ml S.lsll 8.l S.lISi t.ss 101 P. I. HO 1.4.11 r. v. Oil A.M. IUI0 M IJJ S.I. 7.47 7.m 7.H 7.00 840 .:ID tl.iK Hsrriabnra-, It.wkvllio, Marysvillo, . UtlllOHDUOUi Unity's Newport, MilltirHtnwn, TbonipBout'n. Mexico,...,.... Port H yaf.... Mt triiii Lewlstowii J., Anl"rsou's,,.. McVeytown;.. N. Hamilton. . .J .&1 I. HI 3.2), x.Wi e.ss f.M K.IHI 7.10 V 81 8.01 8.18 t. 30 8.37 8.66 MS; .6a 7.4i 7.62 WO" 10. W 11.13 4.31 4.6.' . 8. IH 7.2i P.M. 13:S II 81 12.1" HiintinKd'jli,., Tyronn, ....... Altnona riTTsin!nn. 1.18 1.65 .M. 1:06 twPlttsburtr Express leaves Harrlnlmrir at 10.18 p.m. Duticanmm lu.44 (rW): Newport 11. 05 (ilau) and ar rives at I'itUburt(at?.ur)A. M. rwPaclflc Express West will atop at Piiiicaiinnu at 1.80 an 1 at Newport at 5. 14 a. m., when tlatrirert. i'..)1nK Went, the, Vay i'nKseiiKftr lei'.vet Tlavvli burg Dallythe other trains Iaily except Hnuria . FWOolny Enst, the Atlantic Express leaves Altooua Dally, tin-other trains Daily except Huurtav. Facifle Express paat runs dully except Mntulny, and will atop at Onnrnunnn at 11 :1S a. m., when tliurxrtl. On Sumlavs It will mnke the following extra ptnpw when flawed: lir'll'a MIU'h H:il. Spruce (irruk 8;97. 1'eU'rabnrK :38' Mt. Union ;10, Mc Vcy to 11 8 ;36. V. Correspondents who wish their articles published must have them In not Inter than Sat iiicl iy. Letters received Monday tnoiulng scarce ly ever get published. We learn that another ore mine has been opened in Spring twp., on Mr. Pe ter Garlin's property. Vm. Everhart of Millerstown had quite a severe gaih cut in his head by u lulling board on Wednesday last. Miss Alice Burns, of Bterrett's Gnp, had a severe fall a few days since, which (Hinged severe bruises on her face and head. A few days ago, Wm. Roberts of (V li tre twp., caught a hawk in a trap ti nt wis immense in size. It measured 4 ltet 0 inches across the win gs. Wm. Turnbaugh, residing near Mans ville was badly bitten by a dog, which being sick, he had taken into the woods to shoot, Kendig & Hostetter have bought an other engine and are starling another mill In Bandy Hill district. Kendig cajls it his little mill for cutting staves and heading. J. Q. A. Gant, late of Newport, now occupies the large house lately vacated by ex-Bherifl Jacobs iu Carlisle. He proposes to keep a boarding house in Carlisle. The house occupied by postmaster TIoiihiiI of Liverpool, took lire from a defective flue on Wednesday morning, but was discovered in time to prevent much damage. The fire in the mountains has dono great damage. On Mount Pisgah trets as thick as a man's body were burbt off and income places fell across the road obstructing travel. Mr. Christ Eberly, of Mechanicsbuifr, on Tuesday evening, lost his pocket book containing $200 in bank notes and over $1000 in valuable papers in the Wa ter closet at Penna. depot, Harrisburg. Mr. Itlnehart, whose barn was de stroyed, the account of which is given by a correspondent waB insured for $800. There was no insurance on the personal property, and the loss to ,Mr. llinehart s son is quite severe, The Gettysburg " Sioux Fishing Club' numbering about thirty young men, have determined to go in camp near Newport, Perry county, Monday August 2. The camp will continue ten days. We wish Iheui good luck. The Newville Star ' says ; Two re monstrances against granting either ho tel or saloon licenses In this place, large ly signed, will be presented to court this week. That against saloon licensing is marly ten feet in length,indicatlng very plainly public sentiment. During the storm of Tuesday last,MrB. Wm. Goodman, of Millerstown, met with a singular accident. While on the notch, a shutter blew shut striking her with such force as to knock her off the porch fracturing a bone jn her hand and rendering her unconscious for . a short time. A terrible storm 6truck Harrisburg on Friday afternoon. A funeral pocession passing over the State Street bridge was for a few minutes in great danger the hail scaring the horses and the wind nearly upsetting the vehicles. Many thousands of lights of glass were broken by the hall. It is a very unusual occurrence to have to record the burning by lightning of two buildings within a short distance of each other, and both the same day, though this damage was done by two different showers, one at about o'clock and the other about 8 o'clock. ' We 'congratulate our friend Joseph Work of The Steelton Item on his escape from the ranks of the bachelors. We notice by card of invitation for the 01h Inst., that he weds Alice, daughter of Wm. Lupfer formerly of this place but now of Springfield, Ohio. Knowing tliejyoung couple as we do, we heartily congratulate each of them. The 6th Annual Convention of the Y. M. O. A. ' for the 8th Penna. District, will lie held In this place, on the 27th and 28th, of this mouth. First meeting at 0 P. M., will be held in Mr. Willis' parlor in the Bank building. This meeting Is for members and visiting brethren only. The next meeting will be at 7:30 P. M., same evening iu the Presbyterian church, to which all are invited. .I'nt Mull All'. Kx. Tr'li El. Mil 800 P.M. P.M. p.M, i.SH S.lft 1U.OT .17 7.8'" , .11 7.W ' I2.6K 7.8'J 10.90 13.36 7.07 12.24 6.87 .M 12.11 S.43 11.69 t.Sl II. 4H I). IS I1-8S 11.84 (.07 .I2 11.04 9.43 8.8. j 10. M 1.14 8.26' 10.11 4 81 I S.W 4.17 t.SS 8.81 8.97 t.M 8.16 S.8U 6.13 A.M. P.M. r.M. I 7:40 1:10 Mr. Bitter of Loysvllle, recently took twenty-five fine horses to Carlisle. Hinging at the Centre School houe Katnrday evening of this week, by W. V, Bwarta. George Bpahr, Esq., is weather board ing his house, erecting a new porch, and hinklng other Improvements to hlB real deuce, in this borough. Mr. Amos Stouffer. of Dickinson twp., Cumberland county, lias sold his tobacco crop for $800. The crop was raised from one acre. Dr. P. T. Devor, formerly of thlB part of the state died at Clarksvllle, Texas, a short time since. He leaves a wife and four children. We learn that Rev. S. A. Davenport, at present of Lnndlsburg, has accepted a calf from MidJIe Tuscarora church, Juniata county. Among the recent improvements in this place is the addition of a large bay window to the residence of Judgo Junkin. The Altoona Tribune says : A fatal form of measles is raging in Wilklns burg, and it is stated that there are one hundred and fifty cases in the town. There were three funerals of Its victims on Tuesday. The A'eirn saj-B: On the farm of Philip Cook, in Miller twp., our friend J. 11. Hartzell, of this place, for the p.ist month has been prospecting for iron ore, and, we are pleased to say the other day struck a vein,tweitty-three inches thick, which experts claim is the richest fossil ore ever taken out of that section. Mrs. Zell's second trial for murder be gan at Carlisle on Thursday last. After much trouble a jury was obtained as fol lows : Geo. Werts, John Migler, J. C. Taylor, Levi Goodhart.Geo.Robb, Sam uel Klmme), Jacob A. Wetzel,E. Dunk elberger, T. C. Scouller, Asbury Derland Samuel Sadler and Benjamin Stout. During the shower of Friday night, the barn belonging to David Hair in Carroll twp., was struck by lightning and entirely consumed,. The barn was a fine new one, and was not yet quite completed. Mr. Hair was insured in the township company for enough to cover only about half his loss. His stock was all got out safely, but he loses about one hundered bushels of grain and A quantity of hay and fodder. On Thursday an accident occurred at the Pennsylvania Steel Works, near Harrisburg, by which nine persous were injured. One of the converters contain ing molten steel, fell. Geo. Yost, Al bert Westbrook and George Horning were struck by the metal and enveloped inflames. Hose was promptly turned on them, but Yost and Westbrook were fatally burned. Monroe Miller and Si mon Martin were severely but not dan gerously injured. Four othera were burned, but not Berlously. , . ,, J. C. Grubb, (a young teacher) of Liv erpool twp., who left Harrisburg on the evening of the 6th for Springfield, 111., arrived on the morning of the 7th, and on making inquiry for his trunk at the baggage room it was found to be missing. Telegraphing was immediately resorted to and the baggage found in Alton, and was returned to the Wabash depot, to the great satisfaction of the baggage master who had caused the miscarrying of it, by placing the wrong check on the tiunk. The Wants of Newport. The Newport Ketva man is Inclined to be greedy. Here is a list of his wants. " In addition to the furnace we should have at least a rolling mill ; car shops ; cotton mill ; shoe manufactory, and a railroad to take us to the county seat or the county seat brought to where people can get at it. Then the town would Increase rapidly in wealth and popula tion and the News be made a daily paper," A Narrow tscapft. Friday morning last Frank, a little ten-year old son of Har rison Shuler, of Liverpool, came very near losing his life by a thoughtless trick. Our informant states that the employees of Isaac Williamson's ware house were loading a wagon with shelled corn, which was conveyed from a bin in the warehouse to the wagon by means of a wooden trough or schute, and it ap pears that this boy had been in the habit last summer of getting into the bin, and allowing himself to pass through the scbute into the wagon. On the above day Frank, with a couple of other boys, were watching the loading of a wagon with corn, when Frank took it into his head to go down the schute. No quick er said than he jumped into the bin and passed into the schute, but before he reached the wagon, the man at the wag on shut off the flow of corn, the bed having been filled, not knowing the boy was in the trough. In the mean time the corn in the bin ran down the schute imprisoning Frank in the trough, which was about fifteen or eighteen inches square. Corn above and corn below, with no chan ce for fresh air to breathe. The other boys soon gave the alarm, but fully eight minutes elapse be fore the unfortunate lad was released, which was done by allowing the corn to run out of the schute. , The. boy popped out of the schute witli the corn, uncon scious, and was taken to Dr. Thompson's office, where, by the use of proper reme dies, he was restored to consciousness, after which he vomited considerable corn. Ledger. " ' Church Aoticea. rresbyterian Church Preaching at ii a, ju., aim it jr. ai. haouain boiiool at bi A. M. Prayer meeting ou Wednes day evening at it o ciock. Reformed Church Pray erm c et I n g on Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock. Touehlnj Incidents.-1- A correspondent to the Waynesboro Record relates eev eral touching Incidents which came under his observation during the recent scourge of Diphtheria In that vicinity. One was that of a lovely little girl three years old. The disease took strong hold without yielding to medical skill or the best nursing, until respiration became difficult, wheu the little sufferer apiieal lng in piteous tones to Its father, said : Pa, help me breathe, and reaching her ai ms drew his face close to hers, repeat ing, "oh dear Papa,dohelp me breathe," but suffocation ensued, and she never spoke again. The other was an intelligent child, eight years old, M'ho suffered a violent attack, which baffled the best medical skill and the kindest parental attention, until utterance was slopped and hopes of recovery all vanished, when the suf ferer pointed to a slate and pencil, which, being handed to her she wrote : Let me have fresh air and cold water. Her request was granted and she grad ually recovered. Afterwards she often said : " How glad I am that I had learn ed to read and write," for as' she could not speak she would have ' died if she could not have written what she wished. This shows that both air and cold water are appropriate remedies. A Strange Fire. On Saturday, Arthur Calomel, a farmer, residing near Boiling Springs, this county, visited town with his good wife to purchase some new furniture. Not having a suitable vehicle of his own, he borrowed a wagon from a neighbor and placing therein a good supply of hay and straw, with his wife, started for town. Arriving here he selected his ware had it packed in the wagon, and toward evening with hls wife seated in the wagon started for home, Mr. C. striding the saddle horse, contentedly smoking his pipe. When about a mile east of town, on the Spring road, a party passing iu a covered wagon discovered smoke rising from Mr. Calo mel's wagon and called his attention thereto. Mrs. C. simultaneously dis covered that the fire was directly under, her and upon her, and instantly spraug faom the wagon, the act fanning her smouldering clothes into a flame which at once enveloped her person. Fortu nately two young men at that Instant came up and promptly tore the burning garments from her body, thus saving her from a horrible death although re ducing her to the Innocent costume In vogue at the birth of Mother Eve. The occupants of the spring wagon, however speedily furnished a shawl, wrapped in which, Mrs. Calomel was conducted to the residence of a Mr. Ilarlzel near by, when proper clothing was furnished her. During the efforts to save Mis. C. the fire in the wagon was raging furi ously and by the time the horses were unhitched the furniture and wagon bed were consumed, the running gear being of hard wood was saved. So fierce and effective were the flames that even the pocket book In Mrs. C's. pocket was burned and the sliver money she had in it was gathered up in the road after her rescue, and yet the lady was riot seri ously burned. This Is one of the strangest occurrences we have ever recorded. There can be no doubt that the straw in the wagon was Ignited by a spark from the hus band's pipe, being blown thereon by the high wind which prevailed, but it is exceedingly strange that the woman did not discover tha presence of fire before her attention was called to it. Possibly the high cold wind and blind ing dust was the chief reason why she did not sooner discover it. Mr. Calomel is a poqr man and will feel his loss very much, yet If this lesson indelibly im presses upon his mind the danger of a lighted pipe, it may save him more serious loss hereafter. Carlisle Mirror. Juniata County. We copy the follow ing from the Juniata county papers of last week. Four subscription schools were opened in the public school building in Milllin town on Monday. Thieves visited the house of Peter Ev ans, In JohnBtown, a few evenings ago. Mr. Evans does not keep his money ly ing about loose for thieves to pick up, and of course they did not happen to get any. About 8 o'clock on Saturday a laree and bright light was seen by many of our lowmoiKS in a souin-easteny direc tion from this place. Many were the surmises as to where the fire was, but it wag all conjecture. The next dav news was received that it was about a - mile west or Tbompsontown station, on Mr. Bradford's farm, upon which a large lot of cord wood, for railroad use. was rank. ed. The wood caught fire from gome burning brush on the nlace. and from seventy-five to a hundred cords were burnt. One day last week, Clinton, a young son of Daniel W. Bashore. of Port Roy al went to the ridge below town to . cut some poles. On returning home by way of the railroad, a freight traiu passed him. iroinff east, anil Cllntrtn tlinnol.t ha would gently tup each car by way of amusement,, tie nati not touched many of them until the axe stuck fast in the side of a car, and away the " double bit ter" went a flying down the railroad. ujinton caueu lustily to a brakeman on the train to get the axe, but he couldn't nor he wouldn't If he could, for he no doubt thought that a bov who would be guilty of such an act ought to lose his axe. The lad attempted to jnmp on the cabin car in the vain hope of getting the axe, but he was hurled violently to the ground and was picked up by gome workmen, being considerably stunned and bruised by the full. Cumberland County. We copy the fol lowing from the Cumberland papers or last week : We recently read of a child belmr born, In a neighboring county, with sev eral perfect teeth. One of our promi nent young physicians Informs us that a child was bom In this place the other, day two fully matured teeth. Can't get ahead of Carlisle. We regret to learn of the death of Le vi F. Smith of Plalnlleld. who was in jured on the 2nd Inst., by a piece of rock whilst masting, uiswounus proven ia tnl and he died on Tuesday morning last at 10 o'clock. Deceased leaves a wife and five Children, and his loss will be lamented liy many friends. The luneral will take place to-morrow Thursday) morning at 11 o'clock. ; ; A lad named Rupp, who resides with his parents, In the lower end of this county, whilst playing with his sister, one day last week, stumbled and fell.and his tongue being between his teeth at the time, almost severed about three fourths of that member. He was taken to the Hospital in Harrisburg for treat ment, and at last accounts was doing well. On Monday evening last, Maj. H. G. Carr, of the Carlisle Implement and Seed House, was carrying in his goods he felt something scratch him on the outside of his right foot as though a splinter had got into his stocking. He pulled oft his boot and examined It and his stocking but could find nothing, but upon inspecting the foot he discovered a little blood and on putting hjs finger on tin spot it gave him pain. A--further examination developed the fact that there was something in the foot, so he called in Dr. Kieffer, who made an In cision and with a pair of tweezers drew out a piece of a fine needle three-fourths of an inch long broken off at both ends. The needle was evidently coming out. and the motion of the boot broke the point off of it. How It got there Mr. Carr cannot tell. Mirror. , i ' ' For Thb Times. , Barn Burned. ! Dbllviiah, April 16th, 1880. Mr. Editor Having Just returned from quite a tad scene, that of the total destruction by Are, of Mr. Geo. Hlnehart's barn I will endeavor to hastily give you a note of it : This afternoon we were visited by an unnsual severe thuuder gust, accompanied by storm and some hail. During its duration, of about an hour it rained so heavily that much damage was done to the late cultivated fields, attended with almost constant and most terrific light ning. The air seemed to be completely filled with electricity. In the midst of this we were startled by horsemen forcing their steeds to their utmost ' In the direction of the above scene, when our attention was arrested by a dense smoke, to which we too, haettly proceed ed, but were too late to be of any service. The particulars gained by your correspondent were that the barn bad received a stroke by light ning, unobserved by the family. Mr. Briggs, a near neighbor, having seen it, immediately came and acquainted lliem of it, but' inan Instant the strncture was in flames and the fire beyond coutrol. consuming two calves and all the farming Implements, except a wagon. The personal property belonging to E. Kiuehart, a eon, farming for bis father. Messrs. Kinehart have the sympathy of tho entire community, in meir calamitous mistoriune. 1 The Lutheran church at this place, was re cently handsomely favored by an outfit of most Deauiiiui lamps, as a donation from Mr. A. J. Weldcuer, 80 8outh Seeond 8t., Philadelphia, ucmur iu lamps ana cuanaeuers. A While Bed Spreads. An assortment varying in price from $1.00 to $4.00 at . Moutijieu's. Fancy Brown Spreads. Very Hand some, at ifi.uu cents each. ' F. Mortimer, New Bloonifleld, Pa, Western Union Telegraph connecting witn an parts or tne world, omce a New BLOoaiFiELD in Mortimer's build lug. tf Potatoes for sale, by F. Mortimer. Notice to Farmers. Kunkel the Photo grapher, takes twelve finely finished rnotograpns lornrty cents in Mr. Hack, ett's Building, Centre Square, Bloom field, Pa. . ... Four large Tintypes for twenty-flve cents, at Kunkel's Gallery. Now Is the Time to hnvpi vour Wnf clips Clocks and Jewelrv renniieil hv .1. Km Mathews, Watchmaker at the Rine- smitn i louse, watlsfaeliou guaranteed i ' m s i " i 1 , Dress Making In Duneannon. ' Miss C. Daniels has opened a Dress Making Room in Mr. Henry Stevenson's tailor shop, (up stairs) and hopes the ladies of this town and vicinity will give her a can. Duneannon, Feb. 11, 1S80. Still Alive I I am still alive and ready to cut and fit suits in good style. If wanting any work in my line, give me a call. Hatistaction uuaranteeu. - Bamxtel Bentzel; ' I TAILOR. April 0, 'SO.tf New Bloouilield, Ta. A False Keport. It havincr been re ported by interested parties that I have retired from the Marble business, I take this method to inform my friends and the nubile cenerullv. Dial, thn ronnrt. la 1 3 a f w wfwv u false, and that I am prepared to manufac ture from American or Italian Marble, Tomb Stones of every description, at low rates.' i3T My Shop is situate In Centre twp., two miles' EaBt of Bloomfleld, on i the road leading to Duucannon. Call, or aaaresH Daniel u. i kkes, New iiioomneui, rerry Co., ra. 15 3m Come and look nt our line of Rprlug styles of Straw and Felt Hats. Also, a nice lot of Shirts, Overalls, Trunks, Valises, etc., at Marx Dukeh A Co., Newport, Pa. Whaf We advertise we slick to, and when we say we have the largest store, the biggest stock, and sell lower than any store in the county, we mean it. Come and see. Marx Dukes A Co., Newport, Pti. Organs from $45 upwards. Best make. Address M. B. GinsoN, Landlsburg, Perry County, Pa. 17 8t To all who are suffering from the errors and Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early decay, loss of manhood, Ac, 1 will send, a recipe that wilt cure yon, frrh of charob. This great remedy was discovered by a mis sionary in South America. Bend a folf ad dressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Itiraan, Station D, New York City. 2 b ly. County Price Current. BuoouriSLD, April 19, list Flax-Heed Potatoes, 40 Butter pound loo 18 Errs dozen 10 " Dried Apples V pound 4 ets" Dried Peaches 1012cts.WD .lEWPOHI MAllKltTB. NBWeoitT, April 17, 18M. Flour, Extra, (t.00 " Super 8.r White Wheat bueh 1 29 Bed Wheat 1 2, Bye 75&T5 Corn, 42612 Oats ft 32 pounds 383 85 Clover Seed per pound, 685cent. Timothy Beed 2 00 Flax Seed 1 00 Potatoes , 15025 Bacon, 7 9 7 Lard , Scents Hams 9 cents. Ground Alum Salt 1 00 81 00 Llmeburner's Coal, l 00 6 1 25 Btove Coal 4 !5 0 4 ( Pea Coal -2 25 Buckwheat Coal ,. .. $2 t Gordon's Food per Sack, 82 00 CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET: ' COHRBCTBD WKBELT. WOODWARD ft BOMB. (Jarlislb, April 11, 183U Family Flour, , f5 60 Superfine Flour 4 00 White Wheat, new j 120 Red Wheat, new i 20 Rye,. G5 Corn, (new) . 45 Oats, S8 Cloverseed 4.00a4.00 Timothyseed 1 60 Flax Seed Jl 10 G. A. Salt $1 20 Fine do 1 80 Philadelphia Prodnee Market. Philadelphia, April 17, 1880. Flour nntettled! extras 15 2r,5 60: Pennsyl. vanla family. tfi.Wi tnal Minnesota do., fS.Outf 150: patent and hi;h grades. Iii.60fe7.00 Rve flour. 3 2g.25. . Cornmeal, M.60. ' Wheat, red, 1350135; amber, 136313S; white. 1360136. Com yellow. 6455o. mixed. 66rfio. Oats quiets Pennsylvania sad western white, 414ic. : western mixed,43Q40. . ltye&t85o. MA.IIXIIAGH3B. Potter Shaffer At the Lutheran Parsonage In this borough, on the lSth Inst., by Rev. A. it. HpatiRler, Mr. Flank P. Potter, of Liverpool to Miss Marcaret A. Hharter, of tills place. Ricb C'RiBT At tha residence of Mr. David Crist, on Hie 8th lnt., by Iter. J. C. Weldler, Mr. John A. Rice to Miss Mary C. Crist, both of near Donnally's Mills, this county. Death notices not exneedirtfr S lines Inserted withont ch&rtre. But 6 cents per line will Invariably be chnnfd for Tributes of Respect, Poetry, or other remarks. DEATHS. LtPFEn On the 8th Inst., In Sellnsgrove. An. nle L. only daughter ot 1). B. and Carrie 8. Lan ier, aged 9 years 7 months and 'n days. Fritz On the 3rd ult., In Harrisburg, CharlM Kelly, son of Henry O. and Mary A. Fritz, aged about 4 years. Liuhtnbb On the 9th Inst, In Tyrone township, Catharine, daughter of the late Stvrreit Lightner, In the 21st year ot her age. ESTATK NO'TICli:. Notice Is hereby given thatlet'ers of Administration onlheeitatn ot George Remoter, late of Saville twp.. Perry county, deceased, have been granted to the under signed resUllngin said township. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment ami those having claims, to present I hem lor settlement to JACOB h'KMPFER, FREDERICK RKMfFER, W. A. Sponsler, Att'y. Administrators., . April 20, 18B0. JTJDITOR'B REPORT of Carroll twp. WE the undersigned Auditors of Carroll town ship. Perry county. Pa., having been duly sworn, proceed to the examination of the accounts ot Carson Hair and George B. Houder, late super visors of said township for the year endiug April 6th, 1830. GEO. B. SOUDER in account with said town'hip. DR. Gross amount of duplicate ... Ain't due on last settlement.. I27 21 1,9 IU 516 83 CR. Amount of work 107 fv Printing last account 2 00 Personal services 80 K7 Exouoratious ot 1878 5 12 1K7K.. 2 60 " on unseated land ... . 14 Auditors leva, utationeiy, etc . . 2 ii 500 61 Balance due township , 16 19 CARSON HAIR In account with said township. DR. , Gross amount of duplicate .... f!?3 44 Ain't due on last settlement .. 30 2$ 453 13 CR. Amount of work I'M 13 PeiMiual Hervioes 117 IK) Exonerations of uuiwaled laud . . 48 70 " " Tax 1 44 Auditors fees. Stationery, etc. .. V 36 655 6i Balance due Carson Hair lul t '' After a careful examination of 'the accounts ol Cai'Hon Hair and Geo. B Koudeis lata supervisors ol Carroll towu.lp, we do report the above b.s iihi aud true, to the Uctit of uur knowledge and ability. T. P. McCOliD. JOHN S. HKNDERSON, JOHN (i A Ull AN. Carroll twp.. April 2), .) 1 Auditors.