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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, PA.', JANUARY 23, 187T.'
PENNSYLVANIA B. B.-KIDDLB DIVISION.
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Dnnraimnii ii.s.1 nW); Newport 11.67 (flatt) aid ar.
riv.iB at 1'UtHlmi'K at 8. It A. M.
Philadelphia F.tproiis leaves AHnnna at 10.00 n. ni..
Tyrnueul lt.:ui . in., Iluutiiixilou ll.ltip. in., Lewis
towu J., 12 :ia a. in., MirTllu 12 Mn.iii., If iirritmrn 9.4iih.iu.
Uriel Itoniw. -
Another Y. M. C. A. Kntcrtnimnent
will lie lield In tlm Court lloust?, on
Saturday evening, Febuary 8rd.
Panlel Julius, of Centre tup., Ium
sold liU furin to Mr. John Darlington
for $ s,nou.
ll"r. Jesse lUce, of Elliotsliurg has
sold his store to a Mr. Flecklnger, late
of White Hall.
Robert McCartney, of Carlisle, lately
convicted of perjury, has received a par
don from the Governor.
The farm adjoining J5. Rice's, in
Spring twp.. owned by Rachel Green
and her brother, has been sold to Win.
Rheem & brother for $2,5(10.
X.'The rise In grain and the good roada
have caused a large amount of grain to
be moved towards the railrond the past
7 Mrs. Hensrl, one of the oldest resi
dents of Centre twp., died on Wednes
day last. The day she died, her son,
J. Adam Ilensel, residing in New
Kingston was buried.
Louis C. Clermont,theChambersburg,
Pa., bank robber, who broke Jail some
time ago, was re-captured In New York
last Thursday and awaits requisition at
the police station.
A firm named George Stinson & Co.,
are getting a good deal of gratuitous ad
vertising, ostensibly for the purpose of
warning the public against a fraud. The
dodge is rather thin,and we don't propose
to take any of it.
Mr. William Nellson, of Centre two.,
had a valuable horse badly injured a few
days ago by a kick from another horte.
The cork on the shoe of the animal en.
tored the stifle joint and may ruin Mr.
On the 10th Inst., John Specht
and his two sons were walking from
Centreville to Mlddlcburg, and when
within half a mile of the latter place the
old man fell over and expired. He was
about 70 years of age and leaves a wife
and large family in destitute circum
stances. The following officers were installed
at a stated meeting of Bhermansdale
Council No. 180, O. of U. A. M.
C A. B. Stouffer. V. C Robert Mo
Donald. R. B. A. H. Glenn. A. R.
8. Samuel A. Smelgh. F. S. John F.
Stouffer. Ind. Wilson M.' Folta. Ex.
David M. Bailey. I. F. Isaiah Folts.
O. P. Thomas M. Stone. Trustee,
Geo. B. Souder. ,
How Did It Get There. On Sunday Mr.
David Spotts at Newport, found a
scratch on the neck of his child.
Further investigation developed the
fact that a long needle lay under the
skin on the shoulder with the point
projecting enough to make the scratch
as the child turned its head. The needle
lay full length In view under the skin,
. except the point, but how It came there
or how long it has been in the child is
a question not easily answered.
vSlngular Aecldent. One day lost week
a small child of Jacob Zergler, Juniata
township, met with a singular accident
which resulted in its death on Sunday.
The mother of the child had placed it
on abed, and by some means or other
it fell through the cording with Its body
when its head became fastened between
the ropes, straining its neck, with the
above result. Newt.
Bound to goto Jail. About 11 o'clock
on Thursday night, a tramp accosted
one of our policemen, and requested to
be taken to jail. Not being guilty of
any offence his request was refused,
when he informed the officer that he
would smash the biggest show window,
in town and compel an arrest. Leaving
the officer be proceeded at once up town
and deliberately broke the window of
D. W. Dichl's saddlery, and returning
so informed the officer. His request for
imprisonment, under these circum
stance was at once complied with.
Chambersburg Repoait&ry. ,
He Was Dead but now Llveth. John
Kelly, of Stoughstown, two yean since
received intelligence of the death of his
brother Joseph, who settled In Arizona
nineteen years ago. , This sad news'
caused our friend Kelly to write to the
postmaster in the region of th reported
death of his brother. A letter waB reJ
ceived detailing with minuteness the
manner of Joseph's death, which was in
substance that while out gunning he ac
cidentally shot himself. This was all
that could be gotten. Though he was
supposed to be In possession of consider
able estate no further information could
be obtained, and Mr. Kelly here settled
down in the belief that foul play was at
the bottom of the alleged death probably
for the purpose of reaching his estate.
Imagine the Joy of Mr. Kelly who lost
week received a letter from his brother
stating that he was well and prospering,
proving the utter falsity of the informa
tion respecting his death. The letter
stated that It was his purpose to visit the
East in the spring. Kewville Star.
Reported for The Timet, by B. P. Mclntire, Esq.
Thomas Reeder vs. J. W.Williamson,
Sheriir. We made a brief mention of
this case in our last issue, it being then
on trial. This suit was brought to re
cover damages for certain personal
property sold by Sheriir Williamson on
Executions issued agninst Jno, Reeder,
father of the above Plaintiff, Thomas
Reeder. and which the said Plaintiff
claimed was IiIb, and not the property
of Jno. Reeder. The true Defendants
were Jno. Boyles and Bupp, who were
the bail of Jno. Reeder in the Judg
ments upon which the Executions as
above stated were issued, and who gave
to the Sheriff a bond of indemnity to
secure him from any loss, by said sale,
they believing that Thomas Reeder,
Plain titf, in this case had no interest in
the property, but was only claiming it
to prevent the creditors of Jno. Reeder
from disposing of it to pay ills honest
debts. The Sheriff, after receiving the
bond of indemnity, went on and sold
goods to the amount of $441.85. After
a long trial, the jury returned a verdict
for Plaintiff for $285.30. A motion
was made by Defendant's counsel for a
new trial. W. A. & W. H. Sponsler for
Plaintiff; Mclntire and- Burnett for
W. II. Mlnlck's use vs. Esther
Meyers, administratrix of Daniel Mey
ers, Sr., deoeased,wlth notice to the heirs
of said Daniel Meyers, Sr. The actual
Defendants in this cose were Henry
Meyers, and Daniel Meyers, Jr., and
suit was brought by W. H. Minick, one
of the creditors of the lute Daniel Mey
ers to test the title to two farms in Cen
tre township, worth about $,()l0, form
erly owned by said Diuilel Meyers, Sr.,
but now claimed by his eons, Henry
Meyers and Daniel Meyers, Jr., by vir
tue of certain agreements made in the
year 1800 between them and their
father, by which they were to go into
actual possession of said real estate upon
complying with certain conditions tlur
ing the life tiine of their father, and at
liia death, each to pay to the other heirs
$1,000. After this agreement Daniel
Meyers, Sr., became Involved and gave
his judgments for his debts. Therewere
fifteen other suits against same Defend
ant, involving same facts and by agree
ment by parties to be tried by same
jury. The jury rendered a special ver
dict sustaining the contract between
Daniel Meyers, Sr.. and his two sons
Henry and Daniel as above stated.
Harnett and Seibert for Plaintiff;
Mclntire and Sponsler for Defendant.
Christian B. Leiter vs. the Township
of Howe. This was an action brought
by the Plaintiff to recover damages for
the loss sustained by him by reason of
the negligence of the Supervisors of said
Township of Howe, in keeping in good
repair the road known as the " River
road" in said Township.
The Defendants took defence that they
had given warning of the unsafe condi
tion of said road by obstructing the same
at each end with a pair of bars, also by
posting up notices setting forth the dan
ger of traveling the same.
They also averred their inability to
keep the said road in repair. It was
proven on the trial that Plaintiff was
cognizant of the dangerous condition of
the road prior to the time his alleged
damages were sutained. Verdict for
Defendant. W. A., & W. H. Sponsler
and Seibert for Plaintiff; , Harnett for
Jacob T. Kling vs. Franklin Spotts.
This was an action to recover for Drick
furnished by Plaintiff to Defendant and
which Defendant alleged were not the
kind and quality he bad contracted for
and therefore refused payment. Verdict
for Plaintiff, for $239.34. Barnett for
Plaintiff: W. A.. & W. H. SnonBler for
This was the longest Session of Court
ever rieui in Perry County, being in con
tinuance 15 duys. The cost for jurors
during the term waa $1498.28. A very
large number of cases were disposed of
and much business was transacted
' Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last week :
On Wednesday of last week Mrs.
Feltzcr, an aged lady living in Mechan
icsburg, slipped and fell on the porch at
her residence breaking her leg at the hip
Joint. She Buttered severe pain until
Saturday, when death relieved her.
On Monday morning of last week,
Miss Maitha Whorley, daughter of Mr.
Christian Whorley, of Penn township,
died very suddenly of heart disease.
She had Been sick for a long time, and
on Monday morning the family left her
room for a few minutes and upon re
turning found her a corpse.
i Mechanicsburg's incendiary fiends
have again tried their infamous work of
burning property. At a late hour on
Saturday night the stable belonging to
Mr. Hartzell, situated in the southern
part of the borough, was fired, but the
lire went out after doing some little
damage. The mrtles engaged in this
work In our neighboring borough will
eventually pull up in our Court of
Quarter Sessions. ' -4 ' '
The six young men arrested in Car
lisle in December, charged as being im
plicated In the incendiarism which has
been so common in that section, had
their trial last week. One of the par
ties (Grove) plead guilty, two, Weldner
and Dehuff were found guilty in the
manner indicted, and Henley found
guilty of furnishing material.
Judge Herman sentenced them as fol
lows! Dehuff. ten years and nine
months; Weldner, seven years and
three months; Hendcl, six years and
nine months; O'Donnell, three years
and six months ; Grove, four years and
six months, i j 1 i '
Juniata County. We copy the follow
ing from the Juniata county papers of
last week. ,
On Sabbath morning as Mrs. Chrls
taln Neff, of Turbett township, wns on
her way to attend church in Port Royal,
tiie sleigh was accldently upset near the
residence of Judge Koons, and in falling
Mrs. N. broke her left fore-arm.
On Saturday evening last some vllllans
stole Mr. William Noble's mare from
the stable, and, bitching her to a sleigh,
drove round through the country,
greatly abusing the animal. They drove
her so tiard that the skin on hersoulders
adhered to the collar when it was re
moved. On Friday Inst, two men, who to all
appearances, were professional tramps,
called at the residence of Judge Oles, In
Beale township, this county, and in
quired of the Judge if he had a horse
which he wished to sell, saying that
they would like very much to buy one.
The J udge told them that lie had no
more horses than lie needed at present,
therefore, could not sell any. 1 hey in
sisted on him selling them one. when
the Judge told them it waa useless to
talk about it, for he would not. Shortly
after this they left, but only to return
again later in the day, when they went
into the house, and, after talkingawhile,
one of them drew a revolver, pointed it
at the Judge, and said, "Will you Bell
us a horse or not." The Judge, not be
ing easily frightened, answered, "No, I
will not," whereupon, the other fellow
walked up to him and struck him on
the head with a "billy," knocking him
down. Immediately after the judge was
struck he called for help, but before any
one arrived the men made good their es
cape, and nothing has since been heard of
them. These attacks upon farmers by
trumps are becoming quite numerous;
hardly a day passes but what we read of
some villunous acts committed upon
unsuspicious'-persons by these vicious
fellows. Democrat tt licyMcr.
A Word About Boots. Good boots are
the most lmportontarticleof men's wear.
After Irving several mtikcs, we have
concluded that the boots made by the
Watsontown company are the best in
themarket. They are hand-made and
manufactured from the best stock of
any we can get while the shape Is better
adapted to the general trade. Their
goods are for Bale by the stores gener
ally throughout this county, and a full
supply can be found at the store of
tf F. Mortimer.
The celebrated "Capital Lead, which
is unequalled-for w hiteness and durabil
ity always on hand and for sale by
tf. F. Mortimer.
Preaching in the Methodist church
each evening during this week.
Presbyterian Church. Preaching
next Sabbath at 11 a.m., and K4p.ni.
Prayer meeting at CJo'clock on Wednes
day evening. -
Schwartz Holds the Fort for the Cheapest
doming, urnishing uoous, &c, in tue
County. Give him a call.
Carpets Persons going to housekeeping
will find it to their advantage by calling
on the Undersigned,
For Sale or Rent. The Hotel nronerlv
situate on Carlisle Street, north of the
Court House, JSew Bloomnelu, Pa. Pos
session given on April, 1st, 1877. For
information, apply to,
Mrs. Sarah Derrick,
Mansville, Perry co., Ta.
Joints and Muscles, StitT, and painful with
rheumatism and nout. ara Dromutlv relieved
by Glenn's Sulphur Boap, Local diseases of
the skin and delects or the complexion are al
so remedied by this standard article. Depot
uriuoniou's no. ( bixio Avenue, Mew York.
Hill's flair Wblnkor Dye, black or brown,
50 cts. 4 lm
If yon want to be Strong and Healthy
and vigorous, take E . F. Kunkel's Bitter Wtue
of Iron. No language can convey an adequate
Idea of the Immediate and almost miraculous
change produced by taking E. F. Kunkel'a
Bitter Wine of lion in the diseased, debilitated
and shattered nervous system. Whether bro
ken down by excess, weak by nature, or lm
pared by sickness, the relaxed and unstrung or
ganization is restored to periect nealth and
vigor. Bold only In f 1 bottles. Bold by all
druggists and dealers everywhere.
Nervous Debility. Aerrous Debility.
Debility, a depressed, Irritable state of mind
a weak, nervous, exhausted feeling, no energy
or animation, oonfnsed bead, weak memory,
ine consequences oi excess, mental overwork.
This nervous debility finds a sovereign cure In
E. F. Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron. It tones
the system, dispels tha mental gloom and dls
pondency, and rejuvlnates the entire system.
Bold only In tl bottles. Get tha genuine.
Take only K. F. Kunkel's, it baa a yellow
wrapper around it, bis photograph on out
side. Bold ny your druggist. JC- F. Knnkel
Proprietor, No. 859, North Ninth Street. Phil
adelphla, Pa. Bend for circular, or advice
free. Try my great remedy. Get It of yonr
druggist, six Domes ior vo.uv. it cannot law
It Is guaranteed to do as Is recommended,
norms t Worms ! Worms I
E. K. Kunkel's Worm Byrnp never fails to
remove all kinds of worms. Beat, Pin. and
Stomach Worms are readily removed by E. F.
Kunkel's Worm Byrup. Dr. Kunkel Is the on
ly successful Physician In tha country for the
removal of Tapa worms. He removes them In
8 to 8 hours, with bead and all complete alive
and 110 fee until bead Is passed. Common
sense teaches If Tape Worm can bit removed,
all other worms can readily be destroyed. Ask
your druggist for a bottle of Kunkel's Worm
Byrup, Price 11.00 per bottle. It never falls.
If he has It not, have him get It, or send to
Proprietor, E. F. Kunkel, V!9 North Ninth
Street, Philadelphia, Pa. (Advice at office
iree, or by man;. lit
Take Notlee. Notice Is hereby riven to
all persons indebted to the undersigned,
that a dissolution of partnership is to
take place on April 1st. All accounts
must be settled by note or otherwise be
fore that date, and accounts not settled
In accordance with this notice will be
put in the hands of a Justice for col
lection. The business will after that
dato be carried on by II. W. Smith.
' New Bloomfield, Jan. 23, 1877. tf
mil's sun Lii;iupviJ' UllU Vla UIJIVi
We will furnish you the goods, or you
can bring your own material, and be as
sured of having a good fit.
A Splendid Hair Dressing and Restorer
WOOD'S IMPHOVEDHAIR restorative
Is unlike any other, and has no equal. The Im
proved has new vegetable tonlo properties i re
stores gray hnlr to a glossy, natural colon re
stores faded, dry, harsh and falling Imlri restores
hair to prematurely bald headst removes dan
druff, humors, scaly eruptions) removes Irrita
tion, Itching and scaly dryness. No article pro
duces such wonderful effects. Try It, call for
Wood's Improved Hair Restorative, and don't be
put qff with any other article, Bold by all drug
gists In this place and everywhere. Trade sup
plied at manufacturers' prices by C. A. COOK &
CO., Chicago, Bole Agents for the United Btates
and Canadns, and by Johnston, Holloway ft Co,,
Philadelphia. 10.80. ly e.o.w
Philadelphia Produce and Stock Report.
Pnit.snBi.puiA, January 20 There is nochange
to report In prices o( produce this week, and
present quotations are: Wheat, lOOtSitU; Corn,
MS -9 s Rye, 7ijl80 ( Oats, 38j)i Clover seed,
The tttock market has undergone but little
change, and lu icet aie as follows: Heading It.
H.,V; Pemra.lt. R., 48-X: Phil's, ft Krle, 13;
Nor. Central, 27; Lehigh ValleyWHi Uold.luOH;
County Trice Current.
.Bloomfikld, January 22,1877.
Flax-Heed 1 i
Butter V pound, (fresh roll) 19
Packed Butter ft pound, 10
Eggs V dozen 25 "
Dried Apples fl Pound 4cts "
Dried Peaches 8 Q 12 cts. 1ft lb
Cherries, 00 cts. '
" Pitted W)00cts. '
Blackberries 0 0 cts. "
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
WOODWARD ft 1SOBB.
Carlisle, January 20. 1877.
Family Flour 6.!46
Superfine Rye Flour. 8.50
White Wheat, new 130
Red Wheat, new 1.30
Corn, (new) 43
Cloverseed fl.OO a 9.00
Corrected Weekly by Kough it Brother.)
(Jit A.IIN Sc l'HODTJCE.
NswroKT, January 20, 1817.
Flour. Rxtra 15 50
" Super 4 50
White Wheat V bu 180al 30
Red Wheat 1250125
Oats V 32 pounds 30030
Clover Heed 0 009 00
Timothy Seed 1 50
Flaxseed '. 100
Potatoes 80 Q 80
Bacon 10 14
Dressed Hogs 6 cts.
Ground Altimn Rait 1 50 1 50
Limeburner's Coal 2 25
Stove Coal 4 00 O 500
Pes Coal 2 75
Gordon's Food per Sack 12 00
FISH, SALT, LIMJS AND COAL
Of all kinds always on hand and for sale at the
lowest Market Kates.
49" Five per cent off lor Cash.
MATnaws Bakdpli, On the 22nd of Decem
ber, 1870, at the residence of Mr. Geedy, In Junl
ata Co.. bv the Rev. Mr. Mvers. Mr. John Math.
ews of this county, to Miss Lizzie Bardell of the
Smith Hanky On the 7th Inst., at the res)
deuce of the bride's parents tn Oliver twp., by
Rev. J W. Felix. James H. Smith of Howe twp..
w miss xuuggie iiauey.
Death notlera not exceeding I lines Inserted wlthont
churifn. But 5 cent. -r Hue will Invariably ttt
chawed fur Tribute of Respect, Poetry, or other
Zeiglek On tne 14th Inst.. In Juniata town.
ship. Kll Hlnieon. voungestson of Jaeob and Mar.
tha Kelgler, aged 8 mouths and 9 days.
Wbntz Near Rlaln, In this county, on the
i;iiii inst.. miss uiara . wentz, aged 10 years, 4
HIUIIMIB HUU 49 UHJS.
Hsnhbl In Centre townshln. on the Iftth Inst.
Mrs. Mary Hensel. consort of Andrew Hensel,
ue"r!wu, iu iiieoniii year ui ner ago.
Hbnskl Id Mew Kingston. Cumberland ooun
ty. Pa., on tne 14th Init., Mr. J. Adam Hensel,
son of the above. In the 58th year of bis age.
How soon mother and son greet each other In
I , .Villi. Tn Ui.,lnn tni-i..t.ln n . . 1HI. 1...
Mr. George Jacobs, aged 72 years, 3 months and
Dum At Green Park, on the 17th Inst, of Con
sumption, Mr. Frederick vum aged 37 years, 11
Black On the 18th Inst.. In Landlshurtr. Mrs
Blaek, relict of Anthony Black, deceased, aged
about K8 veara.
Lxhh on the loth nit, near Amerieus, Lyons
county, Kansas, Barbara, wife of the lata Benja
min Lesh, and formerly of this county, aged 65
years ana 13 aays. .
Rkihtek On the 8th Inst, at Duncannnn, Mrs.
Kignter, agea M years, i mouths aua 11 aays.
"Tha Beet Thing In the Weet."
Atchison, Topska it Santa Fe R. R.
of the best Farming and Agricultural Lands In
America, situated In and near the beautiful Cot
tonwood and Upper Arkansas Valleys, the gar
den of the West, on 11 Years' Credit, with 7 per
WFAKK REFUNDED To purchasers of
49-Olreulars, with map, giving full informa
tion, sent free. Address
A. a JOHNSON.
Acting Land Commissioner, Topeka, Kansas.
Or, CM. MORRISON, agent of A , T. ft B. F.
It. K., No. 26 N. 3rd st, Harrisburg, Pa. 4 Sm
SEND 25a. toO. P. HOWELL ft CO., New York,
lor pamphlet of 100 paxes containing lists of
1000 newspapers, and utiiaates showing cost ot
QRPHANS' COURT SALE OF .
OF VALUABLE .
BY virtue of an Order of the Orphans' Court oi
Perry county. Pa., the undersigned Administra
tor with the will annexed of Mrs. Mary McClln
tock.lnteof Carroll inwnshlpi Perry county, Pa.,
deceased, will sell by public out-cry, on the prem
ises, ON TUESDAY. JANUARY 23rd., 1877.
at. 11 o'clock A. M.. the following described valua
ble real estate, to wit 1
A Til ACT OF LAND,
situate In Carroll township, on Sherman's Creek
one mile West ot Dellville, containing
102 Acres and 75 Perches,
more or less, bounded on the North by Sherman's .
Creek, East by land of Samuel Grler, and West
by land of Samuel Matlaek. About 75 Acres of
said tract aie cleared and In a good state of cul
tivation, whlie the balance Is good timber land.
The Improvements thereon aie a LOO J ,'.
WKATHKR BOAItDKD HOl'HK AM) W
LOG BARN, Frame Htanle, Frame Hog I ';
IVn, and other out-bulldlngs. Tlieieure LJiUJL
OltCHARHS of choice bearing Apple and reach
trees, good water near the Ihiiimp. and Its general
surroundings make It a very desirable property
TEHMHOK HALR. Ten per cent of the Pur
chase money to be paid when the property Is
stricken down. One thousand dollars less ten
per cent on the 1st day of April. 1877 when pos
session will be given and the deed delivered, and
the remainder on lt-t day of April, 1878 ,the bal
ance of purchase money at the time of delivery ot
deed to be secured by Judgment bond bearing In
terest from date.
December 22, 1876. Administrator.
K QUIOLKY & CO.,
Would respectfully Inform the public that they
have opened a new
In Bloomtleld. on Carlisle Street, two doors North
ol the Fuundry, where they will manufacture
HARNESS' OF ALL KINDS,
SmUlU'8, JlrUlles, Collars,
and every thing usually kept In a llr-it classes
tahlislimeut. Give us a call before going else
where. W. FINE HARNESS a speciality.
REPAIRING done on short notice and at rea
- HIDES taken in exchange for work.
1). F. QUIGLEY ft CO. -Bloomfield,
January i), 1877.
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are meeting with great success.
For particulars, address
H. M. CRIDEB, Publisher,
48 ly York, Pa
By virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponas,
and a writ of Fieri Facias, lisoed out of the Court
of Common Pleas of Perry county, Pa., and to me
di rented, I will expose to publio sale, at the Court
llouae, in the borough of Bloomfield, on
Friday, February ind, 1877,
at one o'clock P. II. of said day, the following de
scribed real ea.ate, to wit :
TWO LOTS OF GROUND, sitoaU in the bor
ough of Marysvllle, Perry eonaty, Pa., beanded as
follows, vis i Beginning at Dalieo 8t. at the lower
side of ' Btreet, thenoe along laid street,
150 feet to Verbeke street, ttaenoe along Verbeke
street 80 feet to the opper division line of lot No.
80, thenoe along said Divisloa line 150 feet' to
Dalien street, along Dalieo street 00 feet to the
place of beginning ; as the property of Hiram
Also, A TRACT OF WOODLAND, situate in
Baville township, Perry county, Pa., containing
(0 acres, more or less, bounded by lands of Wm.
Shoof, Philip Jaeobs, James Elliott's heirs, Win.
Blair, Samuel Bair and others) as tha property
of John DilL
Also, Defendant's Interest In A TRACT OF
LAND, situate in Wiee.t8.ld township. Perry
county, Pa., containing til acres, more or less,
about 60 acres eleared, bounded by lands .f
Samuel Shearer, Joha Zelgler, John Waldos and
Christian Harlan, having thereon erected a two
story frame honw, frame bank bars had other out
buildings ; as the property of John Loeh.
. Also, A LOT OF GROUND, sitnate In the bor
ough of Bloomfield, Perry oounty, Pa., bounded an
the south by High street, oa the west by CarlUl
street, on the aorth and east by lots of Thomas
Botch, and having t hereon erected a two story
stone building; as the proper of tha Perry
County Mutaal Fire Inscranee Company.
Seised and taken is eieerl.o. and to be sold ly
J. W. WILLIAMSON, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Bloomfield, I
Jan. 17, 187T. J
Nora. Ten per cent of the parchaae money te
be paid when the property is stricken down, nd
the balance on the second Monday of April, A.