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THE TIMES, NEW BLOOMFIELD, YA.t AUGUST 7, 1877.
rirasYLVANiA a. s.-iiidiile division.
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riven at Pittsburg at 8.10 A. u.
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burn .Dally the other trninn Dally erocpt Humlay.
I VUniuir I'.unt. the Atlnnllc. F.xpr- leaves Altnona
Daily, the other tralua Daily except Kuuriay.
fwraeltl.'. F.xpreaa Went will etep at liimranuonat
4.fcl and at Newport at 6.17 a,. m,, beu fiaKKeit.
Court Is In session ns we go to press.
A full report of the doings will be pub
lished next week.
yC,One resident of Centre twp., gathered
over two bushels of whortleberries, on
Thursday last. A pretty good day's
work for one man.
The picnic of the Centre Literary So
ciety, held at Laurel Grove School
bouse wa9 largely attended. Good muslo
was rurnisueu oy uie moomtieiu band.
The house of Samuel Miller at Milford
was struck by lightning on Friday
evening a week, and while no persons
were injured, and but little damage was
done, there were several persons badly
Rev. H. K. McComb, formerly the
pastor of the Presbyterian church in
this place, but late of Louisiana, Mis
souri, has received and accepted a call as
pastor of the Webster Grove Church, In
the suburbs of St. Louis.
Ca pleasure party of Mr. Grief's board
ers, while on their way to the mountain
on Tuesday, had the bad luck to smash
a wheel of one carriage. The balance of
the party in the baud wagon consequent
ly had their number increased.
y About forty tramps collected around
the Duncan non freight depot on last
Wednesday night, much to the disgast
of the citizens of the vicinity. Their large
number created a feeling -of insecurity,
and vigilance committees were talked of.
'--.Trade unions are all the fashion these
days. Even the lawyers have agreed
upon a fee bill for their work 'in this
county. The doctors have already lone
dt and now it is order for the preachers
to make a union and fix upon a price
for furnishing the gospel.
The Newport market car of (Charters
.& Smith is again making Its regular
trips arriving at Newport every Wed
nesday morning with a suppiyttf fruits
and vegetables. Their wagon reaches
Uloom field shortly niter noon on the
If you wonder whys many persons
you hardly know, address you-sa kindly
and seem so interested in the health of
the wife and little ones, just leniember
they are candidates far office and that
'there is something less than a thousand
such patriots in town this week.
The officers of the People's Bank at
jsewport, deny tue statement taiat they
have! recovered all the property Btolen
from the safe. They bave, however, re
ceived uie bonds ami papers, but the
cash theysay is still trussing and the
mystery of the robbery is not .yet made
The citizens of Newport hwve held a
meeting wuere measures were taken to
provide for the protection f the bor
ough. Special Constables and Patrol
men have been appointed. A stray
tramp that now dares to wander through
' the fstreets of that town is in great dan
ger of getting free admission to the
"XJUUed. At an early hour on Saturday
Bioriiiug the body of Adam Williard
was discovered oh the railroad track at
Marysvllle near the round house. The
head 'ley on the rail and was terribly mu
tilated. It is supposed he placed him
self ok the track as he has been low
spirited for some time. He was in the
employ of the Northern Central R. W,
A Campmeeting will be heli by the
Evangelical Church under the superin
tendenceof Rev. S. W. Seibert, P. E.,in
Kanaga's Grove, four miles east of Car
lisle, on the C. V. R. R., commencing
on Thursday, August 10, to continue
one week. Excursion tickets wili be
Issued all along the line to persons wish
ing to attend this meeting. Good board
ing and feed for horses can be obtained
on the grounds by the meal, day or
week, at reasonable rates. Trains will
be run on Sabbath of this meeting, from
Harrisburg and Chambersburg.each way,
n Wanted to Leave. For several days past
the Sheriff has been aware that some of
his prisoners were preparing to leave,
and was consequently watching them
On Sunday morning one of them drop
ped a note saying the plot was about
ripe, and was to be put into execution
that night. Upon searching them, the
Sheriff found on the person of a prison
er named Sheaffer a wooden, key that
would unlock one of the doors, and
further examination showed that the
plastering of the dungeon had been re
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moved preparatory to further operation.
Means were at once token to secure the
chaps, and perhaps they will have a
chance for a trip East, to a place where
bolts are more secure. '
. . . .
The July Weather Report. B. Mclntlre,
Esq., hands us the following report of
weather for the month of July 1877. Av
erage of Thermometer at 8 o'clock A.M.,
00 degrees and 6 minutes. Average of
greatest degree of heat, 19 and 11' and
lowest degree of cold 02. Average of
Barometer 80 Inches minus 0 tenths.
Saturday the 28th was the warmest day,
the mercury registering 00 and the cold
est was Saturday the 14th, the mercury
sinking to 60. There fell 5 Inches of
rain. July this year was not as warm
as in 1870 but warmer than In 1875.
Dolnns In the Register's Office. During
the past month letters testamentary
have been granted as follows : On the
estate of Margaret H. Donley, of Car
roll twp., to j. n. lutcnie, nx. un uie
estate of Nicholas JocobB, of Tuscarora
twp., to Adam Rice, Executor.
Letters of Administration were grant
ed as follows: On the estate of George
Ruply,of Marysville to Dr. A. J. Traver,
Adm. On the estate of Jonathan Rice,
of Bavllle twp., to Sarah E. Rice, Adm.
Estate of John B. MtClintock. of Car
roll twp., to Jos. B. M'Clintock, Adm..
with the will annexed. Estateof Daniel
Sheatler, of Madison twp., to Sarah A.
J . Sheafl'er, Adm.
The only deed of Assignment placed
on record during the month was the as
signment of E. A. McLaughlin and
wife, of Toboyne twp., of fifteen tracts
of land and personal property, to Geo.
E. Martin, of Blaln,
Bold Robbery. A man from Perry co.,
by the name of Henderson, returning
home from the Carlisle market on Wed
nesday, was waylaid by two well dressed
men who came out of a cornfield on Col,
William Henderson's farm. The rob
bery took place a short distance north of
town on the Carlisle Springs road. Mr,
Henderson immediately returned to
town and Constable Wetzel started In
pursuit, but failed to overtake them the
thieves escaping over the Cove hill.
Since writing the above we have learn
ed the following particulars in regard to
the robbery of Mr. H. Two young,well
dressed men have been noticed lounging
about town for several days having in
their ipossesslou a small tin box. On the
morning of the robbery a man, -carrying
a small tin box, asked permission of Mr.
Henderson to ride in his wagon. This
took place at the fair grounds, They
had proceeded but a short distauce when
the fellow asked Mr. H., to look at the
contents of the box. The 'wagon was
stopped for this purpose, when the fel
low grasped Mr. II., around both arms.
At the same time his accomplice, who
was concealed In the corn-field, came to
the rescue, and thrusting bis hand into
Mr. Henderson's pocket, seoured a pock
etrfoook containing the twenty-five dol
lars. The thieves then departed in the
direction named above. Fortunately for
Mr. H., the thieves missed-eighty dollars
which he had in another pocket. SentU
Cumberland County. We opy the fbl
Icving from the Cumberland county
papers of last week:
On the farm of John Shoop, near
Bhlremanstown Cumberland co., while
Daniel Stramlng, the tenant, was haul
ing grain a few days ago the front horse
ia stepping upon the barn floor tramped
oa matches, which were lying there
Igniting the matches and setting fire to
loose wheat lying on the floor. The
;fiee was at once discovered and the
horses removed and after a considerable
effort the fire was put under control and
the burning wheat pushed into the barn
yard. A few seconds mope and the fire
would have, been beyond. control of the
persons present ; and a well filled barn
destroyed. The matches were supposed
to have been dropped by two boy tramps
who had lodged there the night before.
On Saturday afternoon .last the resi
dence of William Weary, on the Balti
more turnpike, was visited Hoy two tramps
who succeeded in forcing an entrance
into the house, the family being absent.
The robbers carried away a lot of cloth
ing and a small sum of money. The
tramps were followed by Metlcer Hays,
of (Carlisle, who succeeded in arresting
them at Shiremanstown on Sunday
afternoon. They acknowledged their
guilt, and are now in the .county jail
awaking trial at the August Sessions.
We are Informed by a subscriber that
the gicave of George Lucas Im the yard
of the Mennonite church, en the Lis
burn road below Carlisle was found
strangely disturbed a few weeks ago.
The clay was found cleanly out down to
the rough box by hands unknown. -On
the afternoon of the 23rd lust, a com
pany of about twenty five persons re
paired to the graveyard and opened the
rough box and coffin. The investiga
tion showed that the , corpse had not
been removed, but the coffin had been
split, one hinge broken and one screw
lost by the would-be robbers. The grave
yard is very much Isolated and as there
Is a dense wood of thirty acres near at
hand the place is favorably situated for
body-stealing aud the neighbors have
strong suspicions that that kind of work
has been going on. The body being bo
decomposed is thought to be the reason
why .ft was not disturbed. Newville
"Above All Navy Tobacco." Cau
tion. Every 6o. and 10c. plug of this
Celebrated Tobacco is labelled "Wardle'g
Above All.' None is genuine without
Juniata County. We copy the follow
ing from the Juniata county pnpers of
During the prevalence of the thunder
storm on Friday evening last, a very
vnluable cow and two calves belonging
to B. F. Schwelr. Esu.. editor of the
ffentinnl, were killed by lightning. They
were standing under nn apple tree at tue
time. , ,
Messrs. Showers A Behotl, a few days
before the recent strike, shipped eleven
new top buggies to Warren, Indiana,
since which time nothing can be heard
about them. There seems to be no doubt
that thev were burned In the wholesale
destruction of freight trains at Pitts
burgh. If so, it is quite a serious loss,
about $1,500, to these gentlemen, partic
ularly lti times like these, we nope llio
buggies may yet turn up all right.
Two very ftn young horses belonging
to Mr. Jeremiah Louden sloger, of Dela
ware township this county were killed
by lightning on Friday evening of last
week. The horses were under a, large
chestnut tree during the storm. The
lightning struck the tree shattering It
considerably and killing both horses.
The one was found after the storm lying
ngainst the tree and the other ngainst
the fence close by. There were no visi
ble marks of violence to be seen upon
them except that blood was oozing from
the ears of the one.
On Saturday evening William Mc
Manlgle and James Koons engnged in
an altercation; resulting in McManlglo
striking Koons over the head, as Koons
alleges, with au,lron poker, cutting an
ugly gash two Inches in length. Dr.
Shelley dressed the wound. McManlgle
wns arrested and taken before 'Esquire
Stimmel and gave ball for his appear
ance. I'vrt lioyal 2'imcs.
Last Saturday evening Nathan Bell, a
young man, hired with William Kaull
man, residing a short distance above
Port Royal, was Injured by thedischarge
of a pistol, which he was playing with,
tearing the ilesh off the third finger of
the right hand, causing a very painiui
For Yh tlmea.
An Excursion to the Mountain.
Ulain, fa., Inly 23rd.
Mr. Editor : Saturday, -July Slat., the pic
nlc Beason was duly Inaugurated wltU much
eclat, in this part of the county.
Early la the morning, notwithstanding the
lowering ekiuds, the excursionists began to ar
rive from the iurroundiug cwanty aud neigh
Boon .groups of young men gathering 6a
prominent corners, began discussing tueweath
er probabilities. Interspersing their conversa.
lions with such mysterious but harmless terms
as "tnouutalus," "rooks," "rattlesnakes,"
"huckleberries," etc., cf course, when this
language was overhear" and noised abroad. It
bad qalte a soothing -effect on the nerves of
some of our more ttmti citizens) whose fears
bad 'become aroused at the number of young
mecconiinuaiiy arriving anu wno were dread
ing-a. Kail Koad "strike ;" and what was worse
the consequent visitation of Phil. Sheridan and
toe ickesburg cavalry.
At 10 o'clock the procession formed, "look
nn- provision, and what was or lnnnltely more
.Importance to the blushing swains charming
young ladles then toward the mountains
cth of Centre, ver hills and through hol
lows, echoed the merry laugh of the joyous
party, ine line ot uuggios proceeded.
'The top of toe mountain was reached at last,
when the fun tegan in earnest. Song and
hout, tender glances (?) bon-moU puns, fall
ing over rocks, kllllug snakes, holding inquests
over the remains by an Improvised Jury, hear
ing of the verdict) varied by gathering fern
and festooning the party until each fair damsel
looked not unlike the wood nymph of the poet's
How quickly the day sped away, and the
time for retura came around. Forward, once
more I Dowa the mountain, with now and
then a glimpse Si the quiet valleys lying below.
These panoramic views were highly apprecia
ted, and caused many bursts of admiration for
the hills and vales of " Little Perry."
A moonlight drive home. The mountains
dark and weird, casting their shadows across
the valley. The spires of the village were soon
visible, assuring us that our Journey was al
most over. Home, happy good nights, and
the party disbanded.
" It was a splendid day, splendid party, and
I am well satisfied," was the verdict of all.
S TkCOKEB, Cal., July 4th. 1877.
Deab Fatbrb j I have been at this place near
ly two months spending the hot suaaoo In a very
nice cool place. In the heart o the Hlerra Nevada
mountain, sunouiKled by lofty peaks covered with
perpetual snow. Truekee is named arter an In
dian, is situated on the banks of a river of tain
same name, has a population of 1,600 ( Chinese)
who Are occupied hi the lumber trade. Hawinllls,
sunn factories, aud Humes abouud, which float
down and manufacture the tail, straight pines
growing In the surrounding niouNUIns. The
Truekee river Is as large as Sherman's ereek.
Is a rushing mountain torrent, clear as crystal
and la led by melting snows u( the mouutaius. It
contains a large species of trout, the largest of
which are about i feet In length. Three miles
from here, surrounded by rugged mountains,
quietly sleeps the beautiful blue "IXinner Lake "
seemingly conscious of Its own surpassing beauty
and the security afforded by the lofty snow cover.
d mountains, in whose loving embrace It Is held
it smiles lu the sunlight and reflects back their
Marvelous grandeur. Could its waters speak they
would relate a tragic tale, or on Its banks Is
" starvatloncamp" where the Donner Lake party
af emigrants camped one evening late in the
fall of 1847 to rent preparatory to crossing the
mmmltof the 8ierras6 miles above them, little
thinking when they turned their animals loose to
feed that they would never see them again : but
in the night a terrific storm arose, and the merci
less snow came whirling down and lu the morn
ing lay 5 feet deep aud still snowing. Their ani
mals were all driven off by the storm, and lost
the snow continued fall to until it lay W feet deep'
aud as they could not proceed, they built a sort
of eaiiln and remained there during the winter,
the cemalim of this cabin can be seen as also the
stumuBof the trees which they chopped fur fire
woof are from 15 to 20 feet high, for wantof food
they were reduced to the terrible extremity of
eating each other, exposure and disease carried
them oft one after another, and as one died the
restate him, and when spring came, Sfi of the
party bad perished, 10 of whom were females
The heroic Mrs. Donner, wife of the chief of the
party when Uie alternative was presented early
In March, 1847 of leaving her emaciated husband
and saving her own life, refused to abandon him
aud whenlu April the place was visited, his body
was found carefully dressed and laid out by her
How long she survived Is not known.
Vesterday was our national day July 4th, It was
ushered In by the firing of cannons and rlniflnir
of bells, and all day long the beautiful Hag of our
Lnion waived in the breeze. There was anionic
at Donner Lake, and hundreds of happy neonle
were dancing froliulng and playing on its banks;
dozens of sail boats gaily skimming Its glossy sur
face; bands playing sweet muslo, which was waft
ed from shore to shore, aud reverberated from the
California Is not a good country for a poor man
to come to at present, labor is overdone. There
are 4,000 Chinamen arriving per month, and they
bring no money with them to make their labor
productive. 1'kereare 1:20,000 of them here working
on American capital, underbidding American
labor. They carry i of a million dollars Bold
bank to China monthly, so that alfslrs are gradu
ally growing worse. They are a gragarlnus pen-
pin wno uo not wisn 10 necomn citizen or auiuaie
with us, and who we cannot assimilate, no matter
how much we mlnht desire, 'lhey bring wllh
them their Idols, their laws, and their customs;
and carry back their lioiicsand our gold. They are
talkltlff about sendlns llilafliiitmrlea ainnnff un to
convert us to their religion. If we allow them to
continue coming tney win snnitiy outnumner ns,
and Instead of us elevating them to our level they
will draw us dewn to theirs. The while people
are leaving the Htate nn account of them, and un
less our lawmakers avert It at next sessloif of Con-
Kress, the country will have to be cleared by the
res of revolution before Ihe enr of progress can
roll on, Other cause why we have hard tlines.are
crops area failure nn account of dry weather,
Htocks have gone down, and thousands have been
left penniless. Khould fortune change, Cooile em.
f ration stoi, and plenty of rain full next year,
his will be the best Hlnle In the I'lil.in.
Most altecllonately your Bon.
Presbyterian Church Preaching next
Sabbath at lOi A. At. Prayer meeting
on Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Preaching in the M. K church at o
P. M. Sunday school 9 A. M.
Prayer meeting In the Reformed
church next Sunday at 2 P. M,
Notice. The undersigned gives notice
to the citizens of Loysville and vicinity
that he Is prepared to make and repair
vehicles of every style In the best man
ner. Having had seven years experi
ence, and having on hand good lumber
and well seasoned I can guarantee to
turn out wagons, or sleighs or good style
and quality. As I Intend to make this
location my nonie, i mean mat. my
work shall give satisfaction. 8t
Loysville, Aug 4, 77. James Minicii.
Do You Want One? I have yet several
sewing machines which will be sold at
half price for cash. If you want a bar
gain, now is your time to get it.
Five Cents, or Six for a quarter is the
price of "(lhe Peacock" Cigar. For.
sale by F. Mortimer.
New Tailor Shop. The undersigned
gives notice to the publlo that he has
opened a shop opposite Rinesmlth's
hotel New Bloomfield, Pa., in the room
formerly used as a confectionary, where
he Is prepared to do work In his line
promptly, and at reasonable prices.
All work warranted to give satisfaction.
Give me a call. Samuel Rentzel.
Bloomfield, May 1, '77 tf.
Speer's Pure Port is always on hand
It Is the finest and purest wine in the
market. For sale by F. Mortimer, tf
W. J. Rice, Surgeon and Mechanical
Dentist, will visit Bloomfield the first
two weeks of each month, profession
ally. Office at 'Squire Clouser's resi
dence. The remainder of his time at
his office in Ickesburg, Perry co., Pa.
fir Call and hear his prices. , 28
Steubenville, Ohio, Female Seminary.
Board, Room and Light, per year, $173 ) )4
off for minister's daughters. Tuition in the
English Course, Language, Mueic, Paluting,
&c, very moderate. Send for a Catalogue.
Tl f t (1 . 1 IT T"l C .. .
Alii. V. Jt D I.Al 11, U. IS., X.1J.1S., DUJ(.
Ret. A. M. Kkid, Ph. U., Principal. HOil
tSfHow I wish that my Bkln was as
white and soft as yours," said a lady the other
day to a female friend. " Yon can easily make
it so," said the lady addressed. " How I" in
quired the first ivpeaker. " Use Glenn's Bcl-
PHcaSoAP." Sold by all Druggists. Hill's
Hair and Whisker Dye, black or brown,
50 oeots. 81 4w
Philadelphia Produoe and Stock Report.
PiilLABBLrniA. August 4. Trade has been
mere brisk the present week. New Wheat com
nwnces to arrive freely and we quote grain of all
kinds at a decline. Present rates are Wheat
fl 6) a M 80 Corn 61 a 64; Rye 70 a 72; Oats
Mock oootattons are Penn'ftH. H. 2fl T'hiindPt.
DkUand KvieJ; Heading 12; Lehigh Valley 32;
County Price Current.
Bloom field, August 6. 18:7.
Flag-Seed l 26
Butter V pound, 15Q15
Eggs V doieu 12
Dried Apples fl pound cts"
Dried Peaches 8 9 12 cts. V
Cherries o q cts. "
" Pitted, 00 00 cts.
Blackberries, OQflcts. "
Corrected Weekly by Kough dt Sroiher.J
Newpobt, August 4, 1H77.
Flour, Extra g oo
White Wheat V bush, (old) 140165
Red Wheat 1 85 0 1 60
Corn 0 50
Oats fl 32 pounds, 2.'.30
Clover 8eed 0 0080 00
Timothy Seed l 60
Flax Seed l oo
Potatoes ar 35
Bacon 8 O 10
Ground Alumn Salt, 1 3501 35
Llmeburner's Coal, 2 15
Btove Coal 4 00 O i 50
Pea Coal j eo
Gordon's Food per Back J2 00
FISH, SALT, LIME AND COAL
Of all kinds always on hand and for sale at the
. Lowest Market Kates.
" Five per eent oa for Cash.
CARLI3LK PBODUCB MAEKKT.
WOODWARD & BOBB.
Carlisle, August 3, 1877.
Family Flour ,7.50
Superfine Rye Flour, J.50
Wk)lte Wheat, new l 40
Red Wheat, new i 35
Corn, (new) , 60
Cloverseed ."'"". . 8.00 a 8.00
Timothyseed j 25
Foil SIlERIFF.i Being solicited by a num.
ber of citizens from different parts of the
county to seek the nomination for Sheriff, by the
Republican Convention, I hereby announce my.
self as a candidate for that olllce, aud it nomi
nated, I pledge myself to use all honorable means
to secure my election, and If successful, to per
form the duties of the office faithfully and
Pr"'"P"y- ,. TUOMAS bUICIL
Bloomfield, Pa., July 17, 1877.
flimmpr flncRsamKHRr On Ihe 29th of July,
by H. A. Rmlth, Ksii., at the residence of the
b ride's mother near Kant Waterford, Juniata co..
Mis Aniielliie Iloikenberi y to Mr. ttokunoii
Sheriff, of Tyrone township, tills county.
ltoiiiNSON MiM.RK. On the Wth ult., at the
Evangelical Parsonage. In Newport. Pa., by Key.
O. W. Currtn, Mr.8. P. Hnbinsnn. of Mlllllntown,
.lunlnta county, to Miss Kllle J.Miller of Mans.
vllle, this county.
Fishkh. July 27, 1R77. In Tuscarora township,
Juniata enmity, Hamuel Fisher, aged 72 years, 8
months and 1 day. . .
Huant. July U, 1H77, at lavl Lock. In Walker
township, Junlala county, Mr. John Ilrant, aged
KS vnnra 11 timlitlis anil 1 flnv.
Xlhir. On Ihe 2(ilh ult.. In Newport, Robert, son
ot II. and Mary Fry, aged 11 months and 21) days.
utitrs. on the liiini Hit., in newporr. Jennie
Kate, daughter cf Dr. Harry and M. Stltes, aged
M'Hhidb On the 2"th ult..ln Pelvllle.Mrs. Sarah
wife of Mugli M'Hrlde, aged 06 years, 11 months
and i .Intra
WuMTiM-.iin tiieioth nil In TDnncnnnnn. Minnie
'daughter of Ira and Klleu Wenuel, aged 3 month;
Kinks On the 81sl ult.. In New llloomlleld.
William Elmer Kines, aged l year ana t mourns.
A.t l'rlvnto Halo.
TnR subscriber offers at private sale In Spring
township, Perry county, Pa.,
A TRACT OF LAND
containing TWENTY-TWO ACKR8, more or less,
liavlngtheieon erected a Til K KB STORY LOU
WKATHKitHOAKDKl) 1IOUSK, Frame Barn,
and Shoemaker Simp and all the necessary out
buildings and a Well o( wafer near the door and
a lot apple, peach, pear, quince and cherry trees,
This property Is located one mile North East of
Oak Orove, and Is an excellent location tor a
-Terms ol sale easy.
August 7, 1877. DAVID REIBER.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE
TtY vlftileof nn order of the OrnhaBs' Court. of -
Perry county. Pa., the undersigned Administra- .
tor, &c, (if John Smiley, of Carroll township,
Perry county. Pa., deceased, will sell by publlo
outcry, on the premises, on
KK DAY. SKPTEMEER 7th. 1877,
at in o'clock of said day. the following desirable
vnluable real estate to wit 1
A TRACT OF LAND,,
situate In Carroll twp., aforesaid, bounded on the
North tiy lands 01 a. m. mpck, naintiei iteoen,
and John Jones 1 East by land of Wilson Bmiley
and William Htoufler ; South by land of William
Stoufler, Samuel Itebert, and Samuel McOord;;
and West by land of Hamuel Urier. containing
80 ACRES, MORE OR LESS:
The land is all cleared and In a good state of
cultivation. The buildings consist of a good two
story LOG DWELLING HOUSE,
an excellent BANK BARN, but recently built, a
spring house arranged as a comfortable dwelling
for a small family and other outbuildings. The
improvements are located on left bank of Slier
man's creek, and on the main road leading
from Landisburg to Carllse. and are less that,
one-fourth ot a mile from Shermansdale. A good,
orchard of choice fruit, and a spring ot never,
falling water near the house are among Its desira
ble features. It is in the Immediate vicinity ot;
churches, school houses, mill, stores, shops, and,
a post oftlce where there Is a dally mall from,
both East and West. Parties desiring tp. gur
wlll llnd this a very desirable properly.
TERMS OF HALE: Ten percent of the pur-,
chase money to be paid when the property Is,
stricken down; one naif of the balance on la
day ot April. A. D., 1878 when possession will be
given and the aeed delivered and the remainder
on 1st day of April, A. D , 1879, the balance of
purchase money at the time of delivery of the
deed to be secured by judgment bond bearing
Interest from 1st of April. 18,8.
Aug. 19, 1877. Administrator.
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cf-Hscu. wm Mil at ms lata residence in Tyrone
ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 17th, 1877.
The following described real estate, viz :
NINETY- ONE A CUES
more or less, of land situate In Tyrone township
having thereon erected SZSi
TWO BRICK HOUSES, fs3
AND A BANK BARN and various other jJtjji
There are on the premises, s good youngor
chard of Apple and Peach trees just coming Into
bearing and another old apple orchard.
Also at the same time, there will be sold one
half Interest In a tract of timber land of said de
ceased, situate in Haville twp., containing about
8 acres more or less. "
TERMS OF SALE Ten per cent of the pur
chase money to be paid when the property is
stricken down; one half of the balance on the
1st day of April 1878 at which time deed will bl
delivered, and the remainder on the 1st day of
April A. D. 1879. Unpaid purchase money to bear
Interest from date of sale aud to be secured by
Judgment bond. Possession given Immediately
Kf Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m.,of
dress ' "1,0,matlon cal " or d-
July 21, 1877.1 iZi&ttflZX: Pa.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE. :
The undersigned. Assignee of Coerge Matchett
and wife for beuent of ci editors. By virtue of an
order issued out of the Court of Common Plels
SremTses oa""1' eXpOSe 10 pub"
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st. 1877.
The following described Real Estate to wit
rte InMmeJSwVihfV?86 or traet of land
aud Mi.0 CoVnta'auh,SaUdS' Alexander
One Hundred and Twenty-Jive Acres,
A TWO-STORY LOO HOUSE,
AND OTHER OUT . BUILDINGS.
There are a number of FRUIT TREES on this
farm, and running water near the buildings. This
tract, s located on or near the publlo road leading
'V V?8 'un Montabelli Furnace, about 3
mlies from Duncanuon and one and one bait
"1ft'.romiios" f SUtionon the Peun'aR.
Jf.'iV. 1 ""'Khborhood convenient to store
mills schools aud churches,
anu nr.!!ttieJultrt? 'nittoa mineral lease In
v Mp"r,"'?i, hale. 10 commence at one o'clock
known by U'll", oI al8 " maa
Jul, 21.1877.) S0L0M0N BIG HAM, Assignee,