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THE TIMES NEW BLOOMFIELB, FA., AUGUST 21, 1877.
A'ew BlmMK,Jfftt VI, 1877.
NUtICK TO AtJVEItT18EU8.
Ho Out or morcotypo will he Inaerted lathis paper
Unit.. Unlit ftm and on mtud bo.
"Twenfr per cent miwcesa of mmUr nlM,'UI
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KUTIVR TO wniHIUBERH.
I.ook it the fls-urea on the label of your paimr.
ThoiM.i)ifiinat'll vnu thr .fate to vrlilcn your
Rrrlpllon l.frald. ltblii 8 wek alter lnoiit-y Is
snl, ace If the tlute la chaUHed. No other receipt
For the iufornintaon of advertisers and
others who amy be intereated In know
iiiR, we will state fciiat the present circu
lation of The Times Is between eighteen
hundred and nineteen hundred copies
EVEnVnew -cafie of so-called hydro
phobia brings .fresh doubts Into the
raluds of phyalolans whether the disease
knownjiy that name Is really produced
" by the virus of a.mbid dog.
The I?usslan harvest Is large, but It
will not, for all that, serve to supply the
extra demand for grain and flour caused
by the war. The United Btates will
have to supply the deficiency. Happily
we will be able to do It from the over
flowing granarles of the country.
The Georgia constitutional conven
tion hns repudiated the State bonds Issu
ed by Bullock, the reconstruction gov
ernor. The excuse because they were
fraudulent, and the State did not receive
the benefit of them. The convention 19
reducing all salaries about fifty per cent,
the governor and .chief justice not to
receive over three thousand dollars each.
No Sunday In Philadelphia.
The directors of the Permanent Exhi
bition at Philadelphia, have elected Mr.
Morton (the president of the Market
street railroad,) as President of the Ex
hibition. As was to be expected he fa
vors the opening of Uie show on Bun
days, and as the directors voted to let
bim act as he pleased, the Exhibition
will in future be open every day. Three
of the directors, Messrs. Wanamaker,
Biddle and Isaac II. Clothier immedi
ately resigned, as they were opposed to
the idea of Sunday opening.
Crops Never Better In Iowa.
Cheerful paragraph in the Dubuque
Herald of the 5th : A gentleman who
has taken a trip along the IlHnolB
Central to Fort Dodge, and up the Cedar
Valley road, reports to us from his own
observations and talks with people of
all classes in the region through which
he passed, that the crop prospects of
this portion of Iowa were never better;
that all small grain will yield a big crop
and of an excellent quality. Corn looks
better than it has for a number of years,
and all the people are confident that
better times will come to this section at
least, and they all seem more cheeerful
and contented than they have been be
fore in a long time. Not a chinch bug,
'hopper, nor a sign of blight was dis
. covered, and harvesting is progressing
rapidly and successfully.
Ammunition for the Turks.
' Boston, August 14. The English
steamer John Bramall sailed from New
Haven some time Saturday night with a
valuable cargo of ammunition, con
signed to the Turkish war department.
The Bridgeport metallio cartridge works
shipped fifty-two car loads of cartridges,
and the Whitney arms company of New
Haven supplied the balance of her car
go. Vain Attempt to Rob a Bank.
, There was an unsuccessful attempt to
rob the Warren, R. I., bank the other
day. A woman drove up to the door
and called the cashier out to talk busi
ness while two men entered the bauk,
one of them engaging a citizen in con
versation while the other took up a tin
box, supposed to contain the bank's
money and all three rode off. Nothing
was missed from the bank, but the box
has since been found lying in the road
some miles from town, and proves to be
the box of a depositor, but containing
nothing but papers.
Titusville'8 New Oil Fever.
There was a greater rush on Monday
to the now famous gravel-bed wells at
East Titusville than has ever occurred
before since the commencement of the
development. Six stares were kept
constantly running during the entire
day. A new well on lot No. 80, Oile
farm, which was finished on Saturday,
commenced pumping at a rate which
astonished the hundreds of people con
gregated round the romantic spot. It
pumped a stream of almost solid oil,
about as thick as a man's wrist, for
hours, which brought the euthusiam of
lease seekers up to fever heat. Mr.
Archie Johnson, who is one of the lead
ing spirits in this novel enterprise, in
forms us that leases on the Gile farm
will be rented to-day for a bonus and
half the oil. The Johnson House did a
business yesterday equal to that of the
days of anoient Tlthole. Thegreat rush
seems to be An the ylclulty of the pro
ducing wells, but leases are anxiously
sought after and gobbled up from the
city limits to the Venango county line,
beyond Plrve creek. This extraordinary
and unprecedented development has
puzzled the most astute operators, geolo
gists, and scientists. That it Is a natu
ral deposit sealed up between two layers
of blue clay in the outcropplngs of the
first sand is generally conceded. It may
extend for miles, and again it may be
limited to the base of the hill, where it
has already been found. Like the Bul
lion Bun territory, its extent can only
be determined by thoroughly testing the
entire surrounding district. There is
plenty of money here for the small cap
italist. One of the wells, which cost
only $13 to sink, inside of a day and a
half, has pumped twenty barrels a day
since last Saturday. Titusville Herald.
Two Youths Buffet the Niagara Foam.
The feat of swimming across the Ni
agara river below the falls has in it so
many elements of danger that peculiar
credit has always been accorded the ac
complishment. Within a comparatively
short time, however, numerous persons
have successfully crossed the turbulent
stream, and even some small boys have
demonstrated their ability to accomplish
(he perilous trip.
Oi Monday of this week, as we see by
the Niagara Falls Gazette, two boys
Willie Flynn and an adopted son of Mr.
Bully swam from a point below the gas
works across the river and back with
apparent ease. At one time the boys
were enveloped in the thick foam on the
surface and were completely lost to sight
for a few moments. The successful ac
complishment of the fent was loudly ap
plauded by their numerous comrades
who witnessed the allairfrom the Amer
What a Woman Gained by the Strike.
An engineer on the Jeflerson road got
a dress for his wife last week by the use
of a little strategy over the strike. He
was approached by a merchant of
Louisville, who had been caught away
from home and was anxious to return.
The engineer was on his engine, and
waiting permission from the strikers to
pull out, when the merchaut asked per
mission to get on with him, so as to
make the attempt to run the blockade,
and proposed to the engineer that if he
would help him and succeeded in get
ting him out of the city he might bring
his wife to his Btore and get a handsome
suit of clothes lor her. The engineer
told him all right, exchanged his cap
for the " plug!' of the merchant, and
took him away safe and sound. The
engineer's wife will wear one of the
nicest suits to be seen on the streets.
Enough of Dory Voyaging.
Mrs. Crapo, who with her husband
has just crossed the ocean in a boat,
writes home to New Bedford confirming
the story of their hardships. She slept
on a wet bed all through the voyage.
They had seven gales, the last being
very hard; "but," she says, "God was
with us, and He calmed the sea so that
we were able to make sail." Mrs. Crapo
complains of pains all through her body
and she fainted twice on the voyage.
The husband, too, was badly used up,
and both have enough dory voyaging.
" We would not undertake this voyage
again for considerable."
IS8TA camp newspaper, entitled the
The Flying War Sheet, has been started
at the headquarters of the Russian army
in the field. The new journal is to
contain all orders and instructions for
the army, lists of all rewards given
either to officers or soldiers, information
from all the theatres of operations, tele
grams from Russia,exact returns of men
wounded or killed, and of the numbers
sick in camp or hospital, and any other
news of general interest to the army.
The price of the paper in the army and
in Russia Is to be three roubles for six
months' subscription. Any profit made
is to be devoted to some charitable pur
pose in connection with the army.
When circumstances permit the paper
is to be dally.
Jamestown, N. Y., August 12.-Dur-ing
Sunday school services in the
Swedish Lutheran church this afternoon
lightning entered an open rear window,
passing out the front window, instantly
killing a boy named Anderson and pros
trating an old lady and two girls. The
residence of Andrew Smith was struck
about the same time, Mrs. Smith being
rendered insensible by the shock.
The Appalling Famine In India.
London, August 14. The Times'1
India correspondent at Madras says the
famine in India is the worst ever kuown ;
18,000,000 of people are suffering greatly.
Half a million people have died .owing
to the famine. Earnest appeals are
made for English subscriptions to re
lieve the suffering. -
Splendid Seed Wheat. Mr. Geo. Bwartz,
of Centre twp., has for three years been
Bowing the Lossen Wheat, a new
variety but recently known, and finds it
far superior to any other. It stands the
weather better, is not apt to be hurt by
the fly, and in weight and general ap
pearance excels any wheat raised In this
State. He has a few bushels of this
wheat for sale, for seeding. Price 14 per
31 tf Perry County, Pa.
Notice. The undersigned gives notice
to the citizens of Loysvllle and vicinity
that he is prepared to make and repair
vehicles of every Btyle 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 of good style
and quality. As I intend to make this
location my home, I mean that my
work shall give satisfaction. 8t
Loysvllle, Aug4, 77. James Minicii.
W. J. Rice, Surgeon and Mechanical
Dentist, will visit Dloomtleld the first
two weeks of each month, profession
ally. Ofllce at 'Squire Clouser's resi
dence. The remainder of his time at
his ofTloe in Ipkeslmrg, Perry co., Pa.
CSr- Call and hear his prices. ' 28
THE WHITE HOUSE.
The undersigned would ask the citi
zens of Perry and adjoining counties,
that are in need of any'goods in his line,
snob as HAUDWAItU, GROCERIES,
DUUGH, WIN EH and LIQUORS,
LEATHER, FISH, SALT, &e &c,
that now is the time to buv a full stock
at LOW PRICES to all. The following
is the prices of some of my goods :
Kxtm Fat Family Mackerel, 81 90 per nr.
Liverpool O. A. Malt, 1 25 per sack.
Best Hemlock Hole Leather, 30 cts. per lb
1 yard Wlile Floor (111 Cloth, 4octs. per yd
Vi il wide (itini Table Cloth, s ' '
Loilllaid's Host Tin Tag Tobacco, 75 " " lb
Nails Kid and up. 2 75 per keg
Standard ' A" White Sugar, 8ft for 81 HO
Vest ltio Collee, 411. for SI 00
Miller i Weaver's Pine Bye Whis
key, 65cts. per qt.
Miller & Weaver's rure Hye Whis
key, 82 25 per gal.
Silver I'latert 7-Shot Revolvers and
Box Cartridges. J2 80
Silver I'lated 5-Shot Revolvers, Lame
Calibre, !) TO
Double Barrelled Shot Huns, 58 00 to 818 00
1 quart Mason's Porcelain Top (Hats
Fruit Jars. 81 10 per doz.
2 quart do do do 175pcrdoz.
Note I'aperand Envelopes very Cheap.
Window Glass, 1'aluts and Otis at Low Trices.
tW ALL GOODS as represented or
Don't Forget the Place,
" THE WHITE HOUSE,"
Liverpool, Perry Co., Pa.,
Shvleu's Old Stand,
S. M. SHULER, PitopnifcTon.
New Tailor Shop. The undersigned
gives notice to the public that he bus
opened a shop opposite Rinesmith's
hotel New Bloomfleld, 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 Bentzel.
Bloomtield, May 1, '77 tf.
Removal. J. T. Messlmer has remov
ed his Shoe Shop to the room adjoining
F. B. Clouser's ollice, 4 doors west of the
Post-Ofllce, 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
For a good Bargain in Summer Cloth
ing go to I. Schwartz, Newport, Pa.
Parasols, Fans, and Hosiery, very low.
A Good Summer Suit for $4.00 at
I. Schwartz, Newport, Pa.
A Good Summer Shawl for 75 cents at
I. Schwartz, Newport, Pa.
" The Above All," Is a new brand o
chewing tobacco, and is without a peer
for excellence and sweetness. For sale,
wholesale and retail, by J. B. Hartzell
in Gantt's Building.
Speer's Pure Port Is always on hand
It is the finest and purest wine in the
market. For sale, by F. Mortimer, tf
Ask your merchants for "Above All"
Ballou's Monthly Magazine for September.
The September number of Ballou's Maga
zine has many improvements which will com
mend themselves to the reader after a careful
examination. It Is tho beta number that has
appeared for Borne months, and one of the
features is a sea yarn by the author of " The
Gold Hunters," in which he (rives us a romance
of California as early as 1843, long before gold
was discovered by the Americans, although
it was kuown to the priests and some of the
Indians years before The contents of Ballou's
Is entirely original, and the stories uro really
of a high order of merit : there Is not a single
dry article In the whole number. Published
by Tbomes & Talbot, 23 Hawlcy Street, Bos
ton, at f1.50rper year, post-paid, and for sale
at all the periodical depots in the country.
Lippincott's Magazine for September.
The Illustrated papers In Lippincott's Maga
zine for September are " Among the Kabyles,"
by Edward U.Bruce,and "A l'aduan Holiday,"
by Charlotto Adams, both well written, and
the latter very bright and entertaining. An
anonymous article on Madame Patterson-Bonaparte
Is likely to attract much attention. There
is the usual variety of interesting stories,
fioems and miscellaneous matter, all combln
ug to make u very attractive number. Speci
men number mailed, postage paid, any address
on receipt of 20 cents. J. B. Lippiucolt &
Co., Publishers, 715 and 717 Market street,
TUB undersigned, Assign under a deeil of
voluntary assignment tor the heuellt of the
cied tors of Mrs. Margaret R. Donley, will sell at
public outcry upon the premises, In Carrol1 town
ship, about 1H miles West ol Dellvllle,
ON SATURDAY, AUQUBT 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
ry and Mate of Pennsylvania, and bounded by
lands of u. Roth, Adam ileani, T. Matlock and
strict, nnd having thereon erected a large good
with KITCHEN attached. Half TtAKK imuw
Wood House, Hinnko House, Hog Pen and other
necessary outbuildings. .
, 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, which runs In several
Holds. The quality of soli Is good red shale.
Note This proiiertyls In every way desirable.
It Is situate within a mile of a school, a mile and
a half of stores, mills, blacksmith shop etc., 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 R. RICHEY, Assignee.
TERMBOF BALK. Ten per cent, of the pur
chase money to lie paid when the property Is
stricken down: one-third of the remainder upon
the confirmation of the sale, and the balance to
be divided Into two equal annual payments paya
ble respectively, the 1st davof April, J and
1K7!. to he secured by Judgment bonds, with Inter
est from 1st April, lsTS, when deed will he deliver
ed and possession given.
July lu, 1S77.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE
BY virtue of an order or the Orphans' Court, of
Terry county. Pa., the undersigned Administra
tor, Sc., of John Smiley, of Carroll township,
Perry county. Pa., deceased, will sell by publlo
outcry, on the premises, on
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7th. 1877.
at in o'clock of said day, the following desirable
valuable real estate to wit :
A TRACT OF ZAKIJ,
situate In Carroll twp., aforesaid, bounded on the
North by lands of A.M. Fleck, Samuel Rebert,
nnd John Jones i East by land of Wilson Smiley
and William Ktouller ; South by land of William
Btouller, Ksinuel Rebert, and Samuel McCord;
nnd West by land of Samuel Grier, 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 hank of Sher
man's creek, and on the main road leading
from Landlsburg to Carllse. and are less than
one-fourth of a mile from Shermansdale. A good
orchard of choice fruit, and a spring of never
falling water near the house are among Its desira
ble features. It Is In the Immediate vicinity of
churches, school houses, mill, stores, shops, and
a post ollice where there Is a dally mall from
both East and West. Parties desiring to pur
wlll Mud this" a very desirable property.
TERMS OF SALE :-Ten percent of the pur
chase money to be paid when the property Is
stricken down: one half of the balance on 1st
day of April, A. !., 1K78 when possession will be
given and the need 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. 1878.
Aug. 19, 18,7. Administrator.
The undersigned, Assignee of Goerge Matchett
anil wile for benelit of creditors. By virtue of an
order Issued out of Die Court of Common Pleas
of Perry county, will expose to publlo sale on the
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 1877,
The following described Real Estate to wit :
A" Nt certain messuage or traet of land sltu
rte In Miller township, Perry county Pa., adjoin
lug lands of William Hands, Alexander Baker
aud others. Containing
One Hundred and Twenty-five Acres,
nearly all cleared, and In n good state of cultiva
tion, having thereon erected
A TWO-SrOltY LOG HOUSE,
AND OTHER OUT - BUILDINGS.
There are a number of FRUIT TREES on tills
farm, and running water near the buildings. This
tract is located on or near the public road leading
from Irish's Run to Montabella Furnace, about 6
miles from Duncannon and one and one half
miles from Losh's Run Station on the Fenn'aK.
It.. In a good neighborhood convenient to stores
mills, schools and churches.
This sale Is made subject to a mineral lease In
said proiierty. Hale to commence at one o'clock
i-. oi., oi saiu uay wnen terms oi sale win be made
SOLOMON BIGHAM, Assignee,
July 21, 1877.
.A.t Private Sale.
TITE subscriber offers at private sale In Sprlnff.
towushlp, Perry county. Pa.,
A TRACT OF LAND
containing TWENTY-TWO ACRES, more or less,
having I hereon erected a THKEK STORY LOG
WEATHEHKOAKDEI) HOUSE, Frame Barn,
and Shoemaker Shop and all the necessary out
buildings and a Well of water near the door and
a lot apple, peach, pear, quince and cherry trees,
This property Is located one mile North East of
Oak Grove, and Is au excellent location for a
. Terms of sale easy.
August 7, 1877. DAVID REIBER.
Great Chance to make money.
If you can't get Gold you can
get Greenbacks. We need a
person In KVERY TOWN to take subscriptions
for the largest, cheapest and best Illustrated
family publication In the World. Any one can
become a successful agent. The most elegant
works of art given free to suhscrllers. The price
Is so low that almost everybody subserlbes. One
Agent reports making over $160 lu a week. A
lady agent reports taking over 4(0 subscribers in
tentlays. All who engage make money fast.
You can devote all your time to the business, or
only your spare time. You need not be away from
home over night. You can do It as well others.
Full particulars, directions and terms tree. Ele
gant and expensive Out lit free. IT you want
profitable work send us your address at once.
It costs not lilug to try the business. No one who
engages fails to make great pay. Address "The
People's Journal," Portland, Maine. Slwly
OTICE TO TRESPASSERS. The subscri
ber hereby cautions all persons against
minting or trespassing in any manner on his land
In Tuscarora township, as lie Is d.termlned to
punish all olleiuleis to the full extent of the law.
J OHM BESSI.ER.
June 20. 1877
A STILL FURTHER REDUCTION I
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
New and Great Bargains I
SILK DRESS BUTTONS-A1I Shades,
15 Cents per dozen, worth SO.
LINEN TRIM MINGS, White, many Blue & Brewn
15 Cents per yard, worth 23.
PINS 14 Rows for 8 Cents, worth 10.
Ladlcs'srery tine LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS,
18 Cents, worth 30.
8 Pairs of Splendid HOSE, 25 Cents, worth 45.
SILK HANDKERCHIEF at 25 Cents, worth
double the money.
Paris Lisle Thread HOSE, 35 Cents, worth 02.
Balbrlggan HOSE, Silk Stripe, 20 Cents,
EMBROIDERY from 4 Cents per yard up to 60,
RUS0UE9 for the neck, 3 Cents, worth 10.
DOUBLE RUSCIIES, 10 Cents. Sold every
where at 20 cents.
TURK SILK PARASOLS only 1.00. Examine
HANDSOME TIDIES only 25 Cents, worth 05.
SASH HIBBONS-AH Silk, 6 Inches Wide, only
25 Cents per yard, worth 75.
3 LINEN COLLARS for Gents, 50 Cents,
Ladles' all Linen COLLARS, 6 Cents, worth 20.
All Sizes Children's Fancy HOSE, 10 Cents,
Large COUNTERPANES, 00 Cents, worth 8125.
Extra Large (12-1) COUNTERPANES, 75 cents,
BUMMER SHAWLS, 65 Cents, worth 81 00.
MOTTO FRAMES with Glass, 25 Cents worth 05.
MOTTOES only 6 Cents, worth 15.
BRISTOL BOARD, 12 Cents, worth 20.
HANDSOME SKIRTS at 75 Cents, worth SI 00.
CORSETS 40 Cents, sold everywhere at 75.
GROS GRAIN RIBBON Extra Quality, No. 9, at
20 Cents, No. 12 at 25 tents.
Children's LACE COLLARS, 20 Cents, worth 40.
On the FIRST OF SEPTEMBER I will display a
handsome line of
Of all the very LATEST ST YLEB.
A full line of LADIES' UNDER-CLOTHING,
CHEAPER than can be maile up.
DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE I
Engle's Temple of Fashion,
(Miss Bell's Old Stand,)
THE SEASIDE LIBRARY.
Choice books no louder for the few only. The
best standard novels within the reach of every
one. Books usually sold from $1 to (3 given
(unchanged and unabridged) for 10 and 20
1. East Lynne, Mrs. Henry Wood (DoubldNo.)20c.
2. John Halifax, Gent., By Miss Mulock. 2ix.
3. Jane Eyre.By Charlotte Bronte, (Double No. )20e.
4. A WomanHater.Charles Reade'snew novel. 2"c.
5. The Black-Indies, jHles Verne's latest 10c.
B. Last Days of Pomjieil, By Bulwer. Kic.
7. Adam ltede, By George Eliot. (Double No.) 20c.
8. The Arundel Motto, ByMaryCecll Hav. 10c,
9. OldMyddelton's Money ByMary Cecil Hay. 10c.
10. The Woman In White, By WllkleCollins. 20o.
11. The Mill on the Floss, By George Eliot. 20c.
12. The American Senator, By Anthony Trol-
13. A Princess of Thule, By William Black. 20e.
14. The Dead Secret, By Wilkle Collins. lie.
15. Romola, By George Eliot, (Double No.) 20c.
16. The English at the North Pole and Field of
Ice, lu one book, By Jules Verne. 10c.
17. Hidden Perils, ByMaryCecll Hay. 10c.
18. Barbara's History, By Amelia B.Edwards. 20c.
19. A Terrible Temptation, By Chas. Keade. loc.
20. Old Curiosity Shop, By Charles Dickens. 20c.
21. Foul Play, By Charles Reade. - 10c.
22. Man and Wife. By Wilkie Collins. 20c.
23. The Squire's Legacy, By Mary Cecil Hay. 20c.
For sale by all Booksellers and Newsdealers, or
sent, postage prepaid, on receipt of price by
GEORGE MUNKO. Publisher,
P. O. Box 5057. 21, 23, and 2o Vandewater St., N.Y.
Health, Comfort and Economy
Cork Shavings are unsurpassed as an article for
Beds, Mattresses, etc. They are ten times as dur
able as Husks or Straw. Only 6 cents per pound.
Forty pounds will till the largest tied. For sale by
Armstrong, Brother iCo., 44 and 46 First Avenue,
Pittsburgh, Pa. 29 Jm.
LANDS FOR SALE!
G0,000 ACHES IX
Sontli West Missouri.
First Class Stock farms, excellent Agricultural
Lands, and the best Tobacco region In the West.
Short Winters, no grasshoppers, orderly society,
good markets and a healthy country. Low Prices!
Long Credit I
Free transportation from St. Louis to the
kinds furnished purchasers. For further Infor
mation, address A. L. DEANE,
Land Commissioner St. Louis 6t San Francisco,
Ry. Co., N. W. cor. Fifth and Walnut Streets,
St. Louis, Mo. a2 4C
J AS. P. LATCH FORD,
A UCTI ONEEIi ,
Would respectfully Inform the public that be
will cry sales at reasonable prices, AU order
will receive promnt attention.
DONNALLY'S MILLS. PERRY CO., FA.
I7SSTRAY. A BULL CALF, about eight or
U twelve months old, of a light brown color,
came to the premises of John H. l oose, In Spring
township, Perry county. Pa., on or about the 2nd
of August. The owner is requested to come tor
ward, prove property, pay charges and take said
estray away, or be will be disposed of according;
W. If. K1STLEH.
August 14, 1877.
FOK 8I1EHIFF. Being solicited by a num
ber of citizens from different parts of the
county to seek the nomination for Sheritl, by the
Republican Convention, I hereby aiiuouuce my
self as a candidate for that office, and il nomi
nated, I pledge myself to use all honorable means
to secure my election, and if successful, to per
form the duties o( the onk-is faithfully aud
m'il',"p" , , , , TUoIAS bUiCIL
BloumUeld, Pa., July 17, 1ST".