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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIULP, l'A., JULY 10, 1877.
A valuable horse belonging to the 1
McKlnncy estate died lust week, very
; The wheat eroi) in thli county is deci
dedly a failure. Mnnv fields ore not
. worth cutting, they having been nearly
destroyed by the fly.
If the poor fool who tried to sell us
week before Inst on a Junlnta county
marrlnge, will send us his true name, he
will learn something he ought to know.
It is now lawful to shoot squirrels.
It is a pity it is not legal to shoot the
men who passed the law, putting the
date of the Bhootlng season bo early.
Considerable hall fell In various parts
of the county on last Tuesday evening.
In Centre township pieces of ice fell
larger than a man's thumb.
The trial of C. A. Reese for the
murder of Dr. J. A'. Hhade, at tfliiule
Oap, Huntingdon county, ended with a
verdict of murder in the second degree.
The Judge sentenced him to $500 fine,
the costs of prosecution and ten years
imprisonment at solitary confinement.
A valuable cow belonging to Mr.
M. Deckard of Liverpool, got out into
the river at that place on Wednesday a
week, and ate some of the grass growing
there. Bhe soon began to swell up, and
had barely reached the shore, when she
On Sunday last, two other cows died
in the same manner and from same
cause. It appears that the grass is dan
gerous only when in blossom.
A large box of drv goods shipped from
Philadelphia by Villiams, Yerkes &
Co., to Samuel Bheller and containing
goods for three parties Messrs. Kife,
Gentzer and Shelter was broken open
one night last week somewhere along
thelineoftherenna.lt. 11., and up
wards of fifty dollars worth of muslins,
Sri nt s and alpacas belonging to Samuel
heller stolen therefrom. The goods
belonging to the other two parties were
left untouched. Duncannon Record.
The Fourth of July in this place was
passed much like a Sunday. In the
evening the band played and there were
six or seven Roman Candles exploded so
that persons would not get up next day
thinking it Monday morning.
At Duncannon a general jollification
was had, and many persons from this
town and other places through the coun
ty spent the day pleasantly at that place.
Struck by Lightning. The residence of
Mr. John Minich, near Loysville, this
county, was struck by lightning on the
afternoon of the 2CtlT ult. The light
ning struck a false chimney and destroy
ed it, thence took to a' rafter which it
shattered. The roof was considerably
damaged, and the garret filled with sul
phurous smoke. Damage about $25
Barn Struck by Lightning. During the
thunder storm which passed over and
southward of this county between 1 and
3 o'clock on Monday morning of last
week, the barn of Mr. John Osman,
about three quarters of a mile south of
Middletown was struck by lightning,
and burned to the ground. Mr. Osman
lost his entire crop of hay, two head of
cattle, and all his farming implements.
The loss is estimated at $3,000, with no
insurance to cover it.
Put where he'll Keep. Wilson, the chap
who robbed Mr. Seller's house in New
port on Monday a week, was brought to
jail in this place on Saturday of that
week from Juniata county, where he
was arrested. He was found to be such
a hard case that it was feared he would
escape from this jail, and on Thursday
last by order of the Court he was hand
cuffed and taken to Harrisburg for safe
keeping. In August he will probably
have a chance to visit Philadelphia
escorted by the Sheriff.
It is evident that he is one of a band
who infest the line of the P. It. It.
Singular. One day last week, on the
farm of Mr. Elijah Garretson, in Butler
township, a turkey gobbler drove a com
mon hen from her nest of eggs and took
to hatching himself. He has been faith
ful to his task ever since, -rarely leaving
it, and when urged by the want of food
to do so, he covers the nest with grass to
hide and protect it until his return. That
he will bring out a brood and rear them
is not doubted. York Springs Comet.
June Weather Report. An extract
from the record of B. Mclntire, Esq.,
for June 1877, shows the following :
Average of Thermometer at 8 o'clock
A. M., 60 deg. 12 min. Average maxi
mum 77. deg. 54 min. Average mini
mum 61 deg. 30 min. Rain fall 4 inches
. and eight-tenths. The warmest day
Tuesday the 10th. Average at 8 A. M.,
3 P.M., and at 3 A.M., 75 deg., The
coolest Friday the 1st. Average at same
time of the day 63 deg. There were 10
clear days. On the 5th there fell one
inch and eight-tenths of rain ; on the
Cth, two-tenths of an inch; on the 0th,
eignt-tenms; on the 10th, two-tenths; on
the 15th, two-tenths; on the 21st, five
tenths; on the 20th nine-tenths; on the
7th, one-tenth ; on the 29th, one-tenth.
The wind blew from the N. E., 4 days;
from 8. W. 10 days ; from the N. anil
W. 8 dayB, and the other days variable.
June has been more favorable to vegeta
tion than May. The farmers say that
the wheat is damaged by the Hesslan
Fly (Dtptcra). The grass crop is very
good. The prospect for corn and pota
toes very good. Fruit, especially ap
ples, nearly a failure.
Register's Office. Since our former re
report, wills have been ottered and proved
as follows :
Will of Abram Flokes of Juniata twp.,
Samuel Fiekes, Executor; Will oflsnao
Hollenbnugh of Jackson twp., Daniel
Letters of Administration have been
granted as follows :
Estate of Margaret Shade of Tyrone
twp., Henry Seller, Admlstrator ; Es
tate of John Soucerman of Juniata twp.,
John Saucerman and B. J. Kauffinan,
Adm. ; Estate of John Kunkle, Marys
vllle borough, John Kaler, Adin. ; Es
tate of Sampson S. King of Duncan
non, Wm. C. King, Adin. ; Estate of
Thompson W. Kerr of Tuscarora twp.,
Margaret It. Kerr, Adm. ; Estate of
('has. Sweezey of Newport, Edward
The only assignment put on record is
that of Samuel Moyer & wife of Saville
twp., to Reuben Moyer.
That Confidence Game.
To the Editor of The Times : The par
ticulars of the much talked of confidence
game as furnished by a correspondent to
the Philadelphia limes several weeks
ago, and copied therefrom by the Har
risburg Patriot, Perry County Freeman
and several other well-known papers,
seems to have soured on the stomachs of
two of Bloomfield's political organs,
possibly for the reason that some of their
friends throughout the county are in
danger of being struck by lightning ere
the whole matter has been satisfactorily
cleared up. True to its mission, the one
made an effort in its usual feeble way to
condone the fraud, while the other bold
ly hurled a splenetic at the poor corres
pondent some two weeks afterward. The
latter says :
Through the careless wording of a letter
from this borough to the Philadelphia Timet,
some weeks ago, In regard to a " confidence
game," the impression has become general
throughout the State that the scoundrels and
their victims are residents of our town. This
is a mistake, etc.
In defence of the Times correspondent,
I reply that his letter will substantiate
the assertion that it was not only care
fully, but elegantly worded, and if " the
impression has become general through
out the State," etc., let the blamability
be fastened where it rightfully belongs
on the stupidity of editors,who, like the
editor of the Newville Star of the VaU
fc,wrongfully extracted their inferences
from the correspondence, and not on the
correspondent. The same paper adds :
" Had the author of the letter to the
Philadelphia Times been ns discreet as
he was anxious to give publicity to a
statement which involves the reputation
of many of our citizens, he would have
so worded his letter as not to cast odium
upon the people of a borough who had
nothing to do with the swindle."
Admitting that no resident of Bloom
field was gullible enough to take six
Eer cent, interest in the swindle, I hurl
ack the imputation that the wording of
the letter in question Itself caBt odium
on the people of the county capital.
Read the correspondence carefully, dis
sect it thoroughly and then tell us if it
does. But once does it say " our hereto
fore respected and honored citizens," and
then the connection is so plain that no
Bane man could fail to see if he so de
sired that it had specific reference to cit
izens of the county, and not to those of
the borough of Bloomfield only.
The only commendable point in the
" organ's" replication is the suggestion
advanced to investigate the swindle, and
of this it can possess its soul in patience,
for if it is unearthed in no other way it
will be the incumbent duty of the Dis
trict Attorney to present the facts that
may come to his knowledge in the
premises to the next Grand Jury.
When people go gunning for squirrels
they ought to leave the brass band at
Our Liverpool Letter.
On the 18th ult., an elderly man by
the name of Benjamin Troutraan, uncle
of John Troutman who resides at Liver
pool Station, Dauphin County, Pa., was
found in one of the upper rooms of the
house, weltering in his own blood. He
had a wound in his throat, penetrating
the windpipe and evidently made by the
ferule of the cane he carried. He died
in about half an hour after he was dis
covered. Within a year he had two at
tacks of paralysis and was much af
fected in Dody and mind. . His friends
were refused the right of burial in Gratz
town and Millersburg, because it was
rumored that the deceased had commit
ted suicide. An inquest was held after
wards, and the jury returned a verdict
of " unable to assertain any direct cause
or motive for the deed." He was then
buried at Gratztown.
Last week a store was entered at Pax
ton, Dauphin county and a canoe load
of fish, coffee, sugar and other groceries
was stolen. The canoe with some of
the articles was found the next day
about two miles above Millersburg. Two
men of Millersburg were arrested on the
confession of one of the parties implica
ted. Some weeks ago, a half-barrel, con
taining seven or eight gallons of liquor
was stolen from the hotel of E. D.
Owens. He kept it a secret for some
time, hoping thereby to obtain, suffi
cient evidence to prosecute, but so far
has been disappointed. He has the sat
isfaction of knowing that there are some
persona who can "run" a hotel without
buying their liquors or paying a tavern
Under ital the circumstances, do you
not think it ndvlsahlo to enlarge the
missionary and detective field of which
you wrote in your last issue, so as to em
brace the Northeast portion of Perry,
and Millersburg nl Gratztown, in
Dauphin Tf" (Jon.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
papers of last wttk :
On Thursday last a young man by the
name of Henry visited Mr. Joseph
Fiekes' livery stable, in SblppeiiBburg,
and asked Mr. F. if he would be kind
enough to give him a horse and buggy
to bring a sick sister to the railroad
depot. Mr. F. accommodated the young
man, nnd since that time he has neither
seen Henry or his property. The horse
and buggy was seen at Roxbury on
Fridny. and as Mr. Fiekes is on the
track there seems to be no doubt but
that Henry will soon be languishing
behind the prison bars In Fort Gill a
place suitable for such characters.
On Wednesday last a young man in
the employ of Mr. John C. Rupp, at
Locust Point, Silver Spring township,
fell from a cherry tree, fracturing
several small bones in his left fore-arm.
Dr. Fulmer, of Mechanicsburg, is the
One home, at least, was made desolate
on July fourth. The celebration at
Newville attracted toward that centre
many people, among whom was Benja
min Peebles, Esq.,' of Newburg, who
had left home quite early, with his
daughter for Newville. When near the
Green Spring the horse, a spirited
animal, shied at a pile of rails, or lum
ber, or brushwood, at the Bide of the
road, throwing Mr. Peebles out of the
carriage and ran down the road at a
furious gate. The daughter clung to the
buggy for about two miles, in safety.
When she returned to where theaccident
occurred she found her father dead
having struck the ground on his head
and fractured the skull in several places.
Service in the Methodist Church on
Sunday evening at 8 P. M. Sunday
School at 9 A. M. Prayer meeting on
Presbyterian Church. Sabbath ser
vices 10 A. M., and 8 P. M. Wednesday
prayer meeting at 8 P. M. Preaching
next Sabbath by Rev. J. J. Hamilton.
If you wish a splendid Cigar go to Mor
timer's and ask for "The Peacock"
RAND'S NEW YOKK CITY BUSINESS DI
RECTORY FOU 1877. The second volume of
this Invaluable and indispensable work ha just
been Issued by the Publishers, Messrs. Walter
Ileugh&Co., of 3 Park Place, New York. No
pains or expense has been spared in the produc
tion ol the present volume, to make It complete
and reliable. In typographical appearance and
11 is a nne specimen 01 dooi
ins over one hundred oaizi
more matter than last year's volume, which has
added largely to the cost of the production of the
work, and compelled the Publishers to issue here
after only the full cloth bound edition at One Dol
lar per copy, upon the receipt of which sum they
will forward the work to any address In the Unl
ted States or Canada, by mall, postage prepaid.
!3fA box of Glbnn's Sulphur BoAP.whtch
contains three cakes and costs only sixty cents,
1b sufficient to supply material for at least
twenty Sulphur Baths which would eradicate
a whole catalogue of rhuematlc and cntaneous
maladies. Sold by all Druggists.
Hill's Hair & Whisker Dye, black or brown,
60 cts. . 27 4w
Five Cents, or Six for a quarter is the
price of "The Peacock" Cigar. For
sale by F. Mortimer.
A Good Summer Suit for $4.00 at
I. Schwartz, Newport, Pa.
A Eood Summer Shawl for 75 cents at
I. SciiWARTZ, Newport, Pa.
For a good Bargain in Summer Cloth
ing go to I. Schwartz, Newport, Pa.
Parasols, Fans, and Hosiery', very low.
" The Peacock" is the best Cigar in the
County for the money. For sale by F.
"Above All Navy Tobacco." Cau
tion. Every 6c. and 10c. plug of this
Celebrated Tobacco is labelled " Wardle's
Above All." None is genuine without.
Ask your merchants for "Above All"
Chewing Tobacco. ,
Purchasers of Carpets, Wall Papers,
Shades, Oil Cloths and general house
furnishing goods of this kind should see
the large spring stock at the Carlisle
Carpet House, 21, East Main Street.
Baking Powder, just the thing every
lady should have in the house. The
best out, for sale by F. Mortimer.
FIRE IN LIVERPOOL I
The old prices of Mackerel are burnt
up by 8. M. Shuler, and he will now of-
1. 1 1 1 ii , ,.
ici iu uiB mi-iiua unu tue puuuc
Extra Fat Family Mackerel at 91.00 per V bhl.
nf. ft'l I, f Kii,
." C0- no lbs. nsh.only J.75,
" " No. 2 " 1(0 tkn
Ground Alum Salt, 81 25 per Sack
"What do you say, can you buy at those
figures any place else V
I would also call youmttentlon to mv
stock of HARDWARE, GROCERIES,
DUuGrS' .WINES and LIQUORS
which I will offer at the lowest prices for
Cash or Produce.
Agent for the sale of Miller & Weaver's
Pure Rye Whiskey.
Josiah A. Whitman's Portable Fount
ain Pump, Sprinkler and Fire Extin
guisher. Price, $10. The cheapest and
best in use. Call on or address,
S. M. Shuler,
Liverpool, Perry co., Pa.
Removal. J. T. Messlmerhas remov
ed his Shoe Shop to the room adjoining
F. B. Clouser's office, 4 doors west of the
Post-Oflico, 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
lbs. ush.only J
New Tailor Shop. The undersigned
gives notice to the public that he hns
opened a shop opposite Rinesnilth's
Itotel New Bloomfield, Pa., in the room
formerly used as a confectionary, where
he is prepared to do work in his line
promptly, and nt reasonable prices.
All work warranted (o give satisfaction.
Give me acall. Samuel Bentzel.
Bloomfield, May 1, '77 tf.
The Musical College at Freeburg, Pa.,
commences its Summer Session of six
weeks, July Rlst. Send for circular.
F. C. Mover, Director. 8t
The advertiser, having been permanently cured
of that dread disease. Consumption, by a simple
remedy, Is anxious to make known to his fellow
sullerers the meansof cure. To all who desire it,
he will send a copy of the prescription used, (free
of charge), with the dlrentlonsfor preparing and
using the same, which they will find a Sure Cure
for Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis, fco.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
address, llev. R. A. WILSON,
2a0mos 194 l'enn St., Wllllani9burRh.New York
LIST OF JURORS DRAWN FOR AUGUST
Buffalo John W. Charles, foreman.
Madison George Adair, Samuel Loy.
Duncannon John Hood, John Bowers.
Newport Samuel Noll.
Greenwood Silas Sailor.
Carroll Wilson Smee, Robert Wallace, Jere.
Wheatfleld Theo. Rodamaker.
Juniata George Raflensperger.
Penn Charles B. Roberts.
Spring Peter Shatto.
Liverpool twp. George Reen, Enoch Barner.
Marysville 8. II. Slorley. ,
Saville Wash. Hench, Henry Blxler.
Tuscarora John Whllekettle.
Howe David E. Stephens.
Miller Albert Vancamp, Henry Cnmbler.
Millerstown William Goodman.
Tuscarora James P. Latchford.
Carroll Michael Gibney, John Smee, Henry
Smith, Cyme Brown.
Penn Levi Birtch, Joseph Smith, John Fritz,
Tyrone Andrew Kell, Jacob Bernhclsel, B. F.
Madison D. P. Peck, Andrew G. Clouser,
Samuel R. Morrow.
Liverpool borough John J. Hamilton, D. O.
Hitter, Jacob E. Murray.
Spring W. W. Snyder, W. R. Dum, Daniel
Foose, G. Spohn.
Howe Jacob Bretz.
Saville Robert Blackburn, Wm. Frantz.
Duncannon I. R. Wensel, Jacob Bixlor.
Centre James L. Moore, Wm. C. Clark.
Millerstown James G. Brandt, George B.
Greenwood Oliver M. Long. Amos Mitchell.
Marysville John Weldon, Geo. Hayes. Jos.
Toboyne Solomon Gutnhall.
Rye William Sheaffer.
Newport B. F. Demaree, Joseph Frlsh.
Landlsbnrg George W. Himes.
Buffalo John Derr.
Bloomfield Henry Bentzel. ,
Wheatfleld Emanuel Dugan.
Jackson John A. McKee.
Liverpool twp. David Hoffman.
Watts Jacob Blxler.
rjpRIAL LIST FOR AUGUST TERM, 1877.
1 I. N. Rlnehart vs. J. Rinebart & Perry Co.
3 Mrs. Susan J. Rice vs. Thomas McCoy.
8 G. W. Zlnn, Adm'r. vs. John A. Hllblsh.
4 A. N. Donaldson, et al. vs. Caroline Dun
5 Daniel Etter vs. John Hartzell.
0 8. B. Crawford, Adm'r of J. 8. Laird vs.
Dr. James Galbraith's Adm're.
7 Wm. II. Minich vs. John Wagner's Adm'r.
s M. 11. epanr vs. jsamara n. linker.
9 MollIeKeagy'snse vs. C. Vanderau's Ex'r,
10 Francis English vs. G. Market's Adm'rs.
11 Shank & Williamson vs. A. O. Vandllng &
13 Andrew J. Burd vs. Penn'a. Canal Co.
13 Raymond A Campbell vs. Geo. Loan.
14 H. H. Fisber vb. Theo. Fenn, et nx.
15 Dr. Michael Price vs. D. Breckvllle, et ux.
10 Same vs. Jacob Zang, et ux.
17 J. H. Case's use vs. 8. 8. fearer.
18 G. Cary Tharp vs. Same.
19 Lewis Beech vs. Jacob Stouffer.
20 Adam Karstetter vs. C. Wright, et al.
21 Anna M. Elliott vs. Dr. W. R. Cisna.
22 Samuel Briner vs. H. Wingert's Ex'rs.
S3 Greenwood twp. School District vs. A. W
24 Fred. K. Swartz vs. Margaret D. Fenn.
25 Henry Saxton & Co., vs. F. W. Gibson.
20 T. H. Mllllgan, et al vs. John Hohenshllt.
27 Henry C. Kling,et ux, vs. Abraham Fry.
28 Jacob Brandt vs. Daniel Power.
29 Benj. C. Rheem vs. Lewis McNeal.
80 8aml. Bpotts vs. J. B. Kistler's Adm'x.
81 Martin Motzcr vs. David K is tier.
83 J. D. Willis vs. Sarah J. Steel's Ex's.
S3 William Mertz vs. Wm. J. Graham's Com,
84 Joseph Hayes vs. W. W. Farnsworth :
85 C. Thudlum vs. Com. of Perry county.
80 Robert Taylor vs. Same.
87 John Beehtol & Son vs. Same.
83 George Shope vs. Benj. Rice, sr et al.
Our Readers cannot fall to notice the
advertisement of Isidor Schwartz in
another column, where they will find it
to their advantage to purchase anything
n n ib nne.
County Price Current.
Bloomfield, July 0, 1877.
Flax-seed, 1 25
Butter V pound 10 12
Eggs dozen 14 "
Dried Apples V pound 3 cts"
Dried Peaches, 8 12cts.tfB
Cherries 0 60 cts. "
" Pitted 00 Q 00 cts.
Blackberries 0 0 cts. "
' iCorrected Weekly by Kough ie Brother.
DSALKKS IN '
G11A.IIV Ac PKODUCE.
NswpoRT, July 7, 1877.
Flour, Extra, . 8 76
" Super. 5 00
White Wheat bu 175al 75
Red Wheat 17001 70
Corn, 48 50
Oats V 32 pounds, 40640
Clover Seed 7 0097 00
Timothy Seed 1 50
Potato 1 80(fl $0
Bacon 8 O 12
Ground AHumi Salt 1 4031 10
Llmebumer't Coal , i 15
Stove Coal, 4 00 O 1 60
Pea Coal a 60
Gordon's Food per Sack t- 00
FISH, SALT, L1MK AND IOAL
Of all kinds always on hand and lor sale at the
Lowest Muket Kates.
CAHLISI.R PRODUCE MARKET.
woodwahd & iioitn.
Carlisle, July 8. 1877.
Family Flour trt.75
Superfine Rye Flour 8.50
White Wheat, new......... 175
lied Wheat.new 1 75'
Corn, (new) .,, 44
Clovevseed 8.00 a 8.00
Knmt.ER Foster On the 20th ult.. In Slier-
mansdalfl, by ltev. John P. Uarman, Mr. Alfred
Zelnler to Miss Elizabeth Foster, both of Perry
White Smeii.t On the 2ith tilt., n Bhermans-
dale, by Hev. John 1. Uarman, Capt. A. W. White
of Venn twp., to Mrs. Susan Smelly, widow of
John Smelly, deceased, of Bhermansdale. Ferry
Johnson KiNosnoRot'OH.tm tne Ni'tn int., ny
Centra, to' Miss Harriet E. Klngshorougn of" Sa-
vuie iwp., uus cuuuiy.
NOTICR 19 HEREBY GIVEN, that applica
tion will be made to the Court of (Quarter Ses
sions In and for Perry County, Pa., August term,
1877, to have the bridge across the Juniata river,
Rt NEWPOKT, In said county, declared a free
bridge under an Act of Assembly approved the
8th day of May, A. I)., 1876. entitled An Act to
nnthorlze the acquisition of the several Counties
of this Commonwealth tor the use of the County,
of bridges erected over rivers, creeks and rivu
lets , and for the abolition of tolls thereon.
C. A. TSAKNKTT.
J. H. KKItHliSON.
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ASSIGNEE'S SALE .
TIIK undersigned, Assignee under a deed of
voluntary assignment for the benefit of the
creditors of Mrs. Margaret it. Donley, will sell at
public outcry upon the premises. In Carrol1 town
ship, about 1 miles West of Dellville,
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 25th, 1877.
at 2 o'clock P. M.. of said day, the following de
scribed valuable real estate :
Consisting of a messuage or TRACT OF LAND,
situate In the township of Carroll, County of Per
ryand State of Pennsylvania, and bounded by
lands of C. Roth, Adam Beam, X. Matlack ana
strict, and having thereon erected a large good
with KITCHEN attached. Half BANK BARN,
Wood House, Smoke House, Hog I'en and other
There Is a good YOUNG ORCHARD In prime
bearing condition and other fruit upon the prem-
ises. The water Is supplied by two good wells and
a spring near the house, whfch runs In several
fields. The quality of soil is good red shale.
Note This property is In every way desirable.
It is situate within a mile of a school, a mile and
a half of stores, mills, blacksmith shop, eta, and
about two miles to the nearest church. It is
pleasantly located on a point of scenery, and will
make In every respect a most desirable farm
JOHN S. HICHEY, Assignee.
TERMS OF BALK. Ten per cent, of the pur
chase money to be paid when the property is
stricken down ; one-third of the remainder upon
the confirmation of the sale, and the balance t
be divided into two equal annual payments paya
ble respectively, the 1st day of April, 1878 and
1879, to be secured by Judgment bonds, with Inter
est from 1st April, 1878, when deed will be deliver
ed and possession given.
July 10, 1877.
NvmjE, iu nvr.orAB.inKB. j. ne 8UBSCTI- i
hAr llArnhv n a n M it n o oil n.-.mi. .rtn!n., '
hunting or trespassing In any manner on his land t
In Tuscarora township, as he is determined to
punish all offenders to the full extent of the law.
JOHN BESSLER. ;
June 20. 1877 St ,
TRESPASS NOTICE.-Notlce is hereby by glvl
en to all persons not to trespass on the
grounds of the undersigned, situate in Madison
and Jackson townships, by picking berries, fish
ing, bunting, or etheiwise trespassing, as they
wil' ue dealt with according to law. y
Sol. V. Grey ; Isaac Hotxenbacoh ;
J. B. Comp i Mrs. Mary H. Smith i
Solomon Bower; Mrs. Sarah Stambacgh:
V. Johnson t James A. Anderson :
W. B. Gray : Jeremiah Hench i
Andrew Tkobtle ; James Woods,
B. G.Smith: D. Stambauoh:
June 19, 1877. pd .
WF Wll I mall one and one-half dozen of
"J V ,ulm the most beautiful uewChromos,
In French oil color ever seen for ll.ou. They are
mounted in 8x10 black enamel and gold mats,
oval opening and outsell anything now before
the public. Satisfaction guaranteed. Two sam
ples for 25 cents, or six for 60 cent5. Send 10
cents for grand illustrated catalogue with chro
mo of Moonlight on the Rhine, or 20 cents for
two Landscapes and Calla Ltnies on black
ground. J.LATHAM & CO., 410 Washington St.,
Boston, Massachusetts, Headquarters for Chro-
" . mittiaTiiiK aim an ft triHTI IIUET
rt wil I u I1L
IOUVOITO LADIES. ,
A Home School. Beautiful Scenery.
Healthful ClimntA. vll r..,.-,
Musio a Specialty. Modern Lanlj
KiMKrs. tAperiencea leaehers. No I
half way work. Next session begins
Sept. 5th 1877. Seiid for Cliculo? tn
C. F. KOLBE, A. M., Principal. .
Academia. Juniata County. Pa.
Is thetBEST and MOST ECONOMICAL In the
Is perfectly PURE free from acids and other for
eign substances that injure Lluen.
Is STRONGER than any other requiring much
less quantity In using.
Is UNIFORM fitittens aud finishes work always
Eingsford's Cswego Cora Starch
Is the most delicious of all preparations for
Puddings, liltiuc-Mauge, Cake, Etc.
. 1876 Uniform Copyrighted 1877)
The Latest and Best. A Great Improvement a
want supplied. We furnish low aud whatever
Lavr and Commercial Supplies of all Kinds.
W Rend for samples and price lists ot what
r ('atalgnes of Blanks furnished at THIS
OtFICK, or direct from the publisher. .
t. WARING, Tyrone, Pa.