THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA. AHUL 20, 1880.
OUR WASHINGTON LETTER.
Wariiinoton, D. C, April 14, 1880.
Tho House passed the Army appropria
tion bill, liy a party vote. Tbe ItepublU
mns, who at the extra session voted for
what Is called the rider" on the bill,
voted ngniiiBt It lu a body yesterday, It is
ns follow :
"That no money appropriated In thla
not Is appropriated or shall be paid for the
subsistence, equipment, tranaportation, or
compensation of any portion of the Army
of the United Htatea to be used as a polloe
force to keep the peaoe at the polls of any
election held in any State."
The Democrats profess to thluk Mr.
Blaiuo's rrieuds, outside of three or four
states are " losing their grip," and that
correspondingly, Grant's supporters are
taking a flriner hold. Bnt I take it this
opluion arises from the fact that tbe Dem
ocrats want Grant nominated, because
they think they can beat him at the polls.
Republicans are aware of this Democratic
belief, and it is very doubtful if, they dare
Dominate a man whom the Democrats
endorse so heartily. On the Democratic
side, in the Bouth especially, Hancock
oomcs to the front. The feeling for him
in Louisiana, Texas, Virgiuio, and North
Carolina is represented as very strong.
Doth Seymour and Tildon lose by the late
seiul-ofllcial announcements that they will
decline to be candidates. To be sure, the
denial has heretofore followed tho an
nouncement with great promptness, but I
And a reat many politicians bore who
believe Seymour will not be a candidate
uudor any circumstances, aud that Tilden
is working simply to name the Democratic
The Senate has, as far as it had author
ity to do, approved the Ute agreement of
Secretary Sliutz. It has provided, how
ever, that throe-fourths of the adult
Indiaus of the tribes must endorse the
agreement before it shall go into effect.
The manner of endorsement is not provided
for, and I thluk it will puzzle the Indian
fiureau to get an intelligible and reliable
oxpressiou of opinion from tbe Indians.
Delegate Downey, of Wyoming intro
duced a bill in the House yesterday, pro
viding for au appropriation of f 500,000 to
oommemorale in suitable paintings upon
tbe walls of the National Capital, tho
birth, life and death of our Saviour, as told
in tho four Gospels. Olive.
Miscellaneous. News Items.
tST J&8. Black, a negro, who attempted
to outrage a white woman was lynched at
Dinwiddio county, Va.
iF The house committee on elections
has agreed to report that neither Donnelly
nor Wasbburne is entitled to a seat.
S3f A fire and explosion at Silvertowji,
Eng., resulted lu the death of eleven per
sons aud the injury of a number of others.
New Orleans, April 13. Charles E.
Viouna, aged 11 years, while playing on a
trapeze in tho yard to day accidentally
hung himself. When discovered he was
tST Henry Garver and E. B. Woeheler,
of Hope, Ind., were examining some bot
tles of corn medicine offered by a traveling
corn doctor, when the bottles exploded,
badly burning their faces and eyes. It is
feared that their sight will be destroyed.
Tkenton, April 13. While a gang of
men were engaged in raising a bridge in
Uie new mill of the New Jersey steel aud
iron company this afternoon a beam fell,
instantly killing Wm. A. Bendenfer and
Lewis Powel, and slightly injuring a man
named Warts and another man, name un
known. I2T Early on the morning of the 14th
inst., two men, named Daniel Miller and
Charles Prazer, were suffocated in a well
near Bird-in-Hnnd. It appears that a blast
bad been set oil, aud one of the men went
down before the gas had time to escape
and was immediately overcome. Hig com
rade went to bis rescue and lost bis life in
the attempt. Both men were unmarried
and about twenty live years of age.
tST" Enoch Mosslander, a bachelor seventy-seven
years old, living alone on a farm
in western Virginia, three miles from
Bellaire, O., was found on Wednesday
burned to death iu bis houso. A hole was
burned in the floor, but by some means
the fire had been extinguished. The theo
ry of the neighbors is that robbers had
tortured him to death while trying to get
him to confess where bis money was.
Three years ago three masked robbers al
most burned him to death for the same
purpose, and it was generally believed that
ho had a large sum of money hidden in
Seven Hundred Persons Buried Alive.
Lokdos, April 12. A dispatch from
Rangoon to the. Daily New says : The
following is 8D explanation of the massa
cres at Miudalay. When a city is built in
Burmah human saorifioes are offered up.
Anew monarch usually has a new capital.
The evil Bpirits are irritated that there hag
been no change of capital, and the virtue
of the old sacrifice, beiog gone, to appease
them the astrologers doclared it waa neces
ary to offer up seven hundred lives. The
sacrifices were made by the order of King
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0TICE TO TAXPAYERS.
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JOHN W. CHARLES,
HEN KY 8HUMAKHK.
,., . .. County Cominisiouera.
Attest: Cai.vim Kzilson, Clerk.
April 6 1880.
ESTATE NOTICK Notice Is hereby given
that letters testamentary on the estate o(
Philip Light, lata of Carroll twp.. Perry Co.,
Pa.,dec'd.,have been granted to theundersigned.
residing at bbermau-saale, Perry County, Pa.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those having
claims will present them duly authenticated for
u ,n . , JACOB LIGHT, Executor.
March 3P, '80.) IC'ma. H. Bmiuy. Att'y.
JHE ST. ELMO HOTEL,
317 & 819 ARCH STREET,
has reduced the rates to
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tained In all respects, and the traveling public
will still Bud the same liberal provision for their
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mediate vlclnltv ol tbe large centres of business
and of places of amusement, and accessible to all
Kailroad depots and other parts of Ihe City by
Streetcars constantly passing its doers, it offers
special Inducements to those visiting the City on
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JOS. M. FEUErT Proprietor
(Sitcoessor to Dr. M. B. Strlckler)
NEW HL003IFIELD. PENN'A.
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ISKAll IN JIIM
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HAIR OIL and POMADES
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PERFUMERY OP ALL KINDS,
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-. ' ; ................. uuuuiun jrateui 4ibui-
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Segars, Tobacco, School Books, be,
ORANGES, LEMONS & BANANAS,
Pure M ines una Llqnors for Medlcln!
Terms, Strictly Cnsh,
By strict attention to business, I hope to inert
the conlldeuoe aud favor of the public.
. JACOB STRICKLES, Pb. O.
April 9, 1879.
l a m rni T in iv i
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For the creai aid rendered by pictures In de
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words In Webster, each illustrating and defining
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Beer, page 120.......15 Moldings, p. 8Slr..19
lloller, p. H8.........17 Phrenology, 982,..S7
Castle, p. S03 4 Ravelin, p. 1089 14
Column, p. 26J.....SO Ships, p. 1104, l'Zla.JlO
Eye, p. 688- .....11 Steam Engine..-. 20
Uorse, p. 639, 48 Timbers, p. 13SS.-...14
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E3TATK NOTICK.-Noilce Is hereby give a
that letters testamentary on the estate of
Suah Kline, late of Itlnin borough. Ferry county.
Pa., deceawd. have been granted to the under
signed residing In said place.
All persons Indebted to said estate are request
ed to make Immediate payment and those havfng
elalms will present the in duly authenticated fer
WM. A. KLINE, Kxeeutor.
W. N. Belbert att'y. Dial n. Pa.
Notice Is hereby given that John A. Nesblt of
Madison township, rerry county. Pa., executed a
deed of voluntary assignment In trust for the ben
efit of creditors of all his estate real and person
al and mixed, to the undersigned, on the 2Kih day
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All persons knowing themselves Indebted to the
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ANDKEW ADA IK, Assignee.
March 29,190. Chan. H. Bniiley, Att'y.
ESTATE NOTICE. Notice Is herebyglven
that letters of administration on the estate
of Mary Koush, of Aladloon twp., Perry county
Pa.,dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned,
residing In same township.
All persons indebted to said estate arereqnested
to make immediate pavment and those limine
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SAMUEL SHOWERS, Admr.
Jan. 6, 1880.)
UIPTC IMPBOVEDROOTBFEK PACK AGK,
ninCO TWENTY FIVE CENTS. m;ikes ve
gallonsof a delicious and sparkling beverage.
wholesome and temperate, bold by Drtieglsts, or
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Philadelphia, Pa. 6m
Camphor Milk eures Headache and Neuralgia.
Camphor Milk cures Rheumatism and lame back
Camphor Milk will cure Cuts, Brul'es and Burns.
Camphor Milk costs 2S cents pr bot, S bottles tl
Uly Sold by F. MORTIMER. New Bloomtleld.
It having been repotted that I was about te
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County, Pa., I beg leave to correct the state,
ment. I shall continue to sell new work, each
as BUGGIES, CORN-PLANTERS, 4c.
Repairing of every description done at snort
notice and at Reasonable Prices. Particular
attention paid to repairing Corn-Planters.
list WM. li. HENUIlKoON.
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lOBPBISTINO of every description neatly
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