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PENNSYLVANIA S. R. MIDDLE DIVISION.
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Dntl.r, tho other trnlnn I hilly except Sunday.
IfPiminc Mxprfpft Woct will "top nt 1iitifiiunn (it
4.&J and at Newport at 6.17 a. in., when HniK't!.
Court pulled nt 1 o'clock, P. M., yes
terday, with nil the Judges present.
The Indies of Mlllerstown gave Itev.
J. W. Buckley, of Newport, a very suc
cessful surprise party one morning Inst
XjUr. John Harper, Jr., of Duncannon
wliile enting on (Sunday a week was un
fortunate enough to dislocate his jaw.
It was adjusted by Dr. Johnson.
fMr. Ij. C. Clemson, of Newport,
received considerable injury from a fall
oil' the tank of ills engine a few days
ago. The accident happened near Al
toona. y'The new iron fence recently put up
ndjoining the residence of Mortimer,
whs cast at the Foundry in this borough.
It is a very pretty pattern, very heavy
mid substantial, mid a credit to the
Tlie frequency of fires in barns while
threshing would seem to show the ne
cessity of having buckets of water
ready for immediate use. Such precau
tion would have Baved two barns this
We were last week shown by Mr. .Tno.
Moore some strange Indian relics. They
consisted of arrow heads in various sizes
varying from the size of a three cent
piece up to a silver quarter, all neatly
cut from stone.
The News reports the denth of Mr.
Bteinberger at Jandisburg. If he should
iill him up with righting whiskey again,
he would llnd htm a very lively corpse,
and one that would keep a couple of
men busy to hold down.
The Duncannon Record says : On
Monday the abutment, next to the rail
road, of the bridge across the Juniata
creek, on Main street, tumbled down
leaving one corner of the bridge without
support. The bridge is impassable for
vehicles at present.
On Wednesday, the 17th inst., while
Professor II. O. ISnum was hunting on
Mahnntango mountain he saw unmis
takable signs and tracks of a bear, lie
hunted the brute for some time when
suddenly his faithful dog Hover came
upon his hear.ship, the dog after a growl
or two beat a hasty retreat and tlio pro
fessor discovering the retreat of Hover
hastily descended the mountain to a
place of more safety.
A young man named Kichelberger,
whose parents reside in Manada alley,
west Harrisburg, died suddenly, under
very peculiar circumstances, on Satur
day night a week. A post mortem ex
amination wns desired and was perform
ed by Drs. J. D. Bowman, liickel and
illay. Upon opening the skull they
found that death was caused from an ab
cess of the brain over half a pint of
blood and ollensive matter having been
rcmoveu ico,m me Drain,
nother Tcrriblo Warning. Another sad
ease resulting in the deatli of Mr. Levi
Swartz, of Centre twp., occurred on
Monday of last week. On the afternoon
of that day, Mr. Swartis. took his gun
and a basket and went to the woods ;
when retailing he saw some grapes on
a small tree in John Fisher's lot and
climbed the tree for the purpose of pick
ing the grapes. While ho was so doing
Esquire Croll who was hunting, got a
glimpse of something moving among
the vines on the tree, and supposing it a
turkey, fired, the load entering Mr.
Swartz's breast and legs. Ho was helped
to his home, near Mansville, and Dr.
Ard was tent for. He was however be
yond surgical aid, one of the shot hav
ing entered the stomach, and after lin
gering till Tuesday morningdeath reliev
ed him from further suffering. This
should be a warning to hunters, and
show them the importance of knowing
what they see before shooting it. Mr.
S. leaves a widow and 7 children.
Two years previously, whilo gunning
Mr. Croll had seen a similar movement
on the same tree, and by' trying to see
better what he was shooting, he at that
time lost a fine turkey. The remem
brance of that circumstance caused him
this time to shoot without waiting to see
what it was that caused the shaking
among the vines.
For a day or two Mr. Croll was 60
shocked by the occurrence that he was
Presbyterian preaching next Sunday
at 11 A. M.,and7 P. M. Prayer meeting
every Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock.
Spring Township Items.
vELLioTTsnrim, October, 22nd, 1877.
The Excelsior Literary Society of Oer
mnny purposeorganizlng in a few weeks.
The singing school at Elllottsburg,
was obliged to close permanently on ac
count of disorderly conduct.
Mr. Jacob Dum is now erecting a wng
onmaker shop at Elllottsburg ; and Mr.
John Smith has put up the most attrac
tive sign at his storo, in this place.
The Clermnny coal company contem
plate commencing operations in their
mine, befoie long. The work in the
mines has been suspended for about six
All the schools of Spring twp., have
commenced to-dny to continue the scs
slon five months. Considerable dissat
isfaction is expressed, because of the in
troduction of a new series of books, into
the schools of tills township.
The bell which had been so long talk
ed of, has finally been placed on the Lu
theran church here. It seems strange,
that within fifteen yor.rs three churches
have been built in our village, but not
one had a hell placed upon them at their
I was Informed that Joseph Wran, for
merly of Carroll twp., this county lias
enlisted In the ltusslan army. If this
lie the ease, Perry county has represent
atives in both the Turkish and ltusslan
armls, in as much as we learn that Dr.
Lelnaweaver from Mlllerstown has no
eppted a position as surgeon from the
Juniata County. We copy the follow
ing from the Juniata county papers of
The Rev. J. H. Stewart, pastor of tho
Presbyterian church at Port Itoyal, this
county has received a unanimous call
from the Presbyterian church at Urecn
castle, Franklin county.
At about half past twelve o'clock on
Friday night last, a largo and :elegantly
finished stable, together wUh hogpen,
wood shed and other out-builiiings at
tached, belonging to Samuel Puck, in
Port Itoyal. was destroyed by fire. The
fire originated in the wood shed and was
the work of an Incendiary. 15y the use
of wet blankets and wet carpets the
dwelling house was saved from destruc
tion. Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland county
pnperB of last week :
Mr. M. M. Fooso had a slight fire to
occur in his house on York street, Me
ehatiiesburg, in the early part of last
week, by the upsetting of a coal oil
lamp. The floor and carpet were ionic
what burned, but the Haines were sub
dued before any serious damage resulted.
On Thursday afternoon of last week,
the large bank barn on tho farm of Mr.
Matthew Thompson, near Green Spring
tills county, was burned, together with
1 ,L'00 bushels of oats, 400 bushels of
wheat, CO tons of hay, separator and a
large lot of farming implements. Tho
lire originated from the separator which
was in operation at the time. Mr. Isaac
Stover resides on the farm. The barn
wns insured in the Alien & East Pen lis
The Mechanlcsburg Lcdrer says : On
Saturday night a horse and buggy be
longing to Mr. George Eystcr, of Camp
Hill, was taken from In front of the Na
tional Hotel, in tills place, where it was
hitched, and driven oil", by two young
men named Ness and Fetrow, the for
mer of this place, and the latter of ltox
liury, on the Trindlo rond leading to Car
lisle. The team was taken at about
eleven o'clock, and driven over to the
pike, and up towards Carlisle as far as
Middlesex, where the buggy broke down
and the fellows were compelled to aban
don it. They turned the horse Into a
field, and then separated Fetrow going
home, and Ness starting for Perry co.
Yesterday morning Fetrow came to
town, and delivered himself to the prop
er authorities, while Ness is still absent.
FOR SALE. A valuable farm situate 2
miles south of this borough, contain
ing about 100 acres, 05 acres of which are
cleared and in a higli state of cultiva
tion, the balance well set with fine tim
ber. The improvements are a good two
story dwelling house with kitchen at
tached, Uarn, Blacksmith-shop and oth
er outbuildings. There is also a good
limestone quarry, a large orchard of
clioico fruit trees on the premises, and a
never-failing spring of water near the
door. This property will bo sold cheap,
and on reasonable terms. For further
particulars, address Ja on Fiutz, Car
lisle, Cumberland Co., Pa., or apply at
this olllce. 4i
FOR RENT, The best Coach and Wag
on Maker Shop in the County. There
is a Blacksmith Shop connected with it,
and everything convenient to carry on
a first-class Coach business. For further
particulars apply to
37 pd , Green Park, Perry co., Ta.
" The Above All," is a new brand of
chewing tobacco, and Is without a peer
for excellence and sweetness. For sale,
wholesale and retail, by J.B.IIautzeh,
in Gantt's Building. ' .
Now Tailor Shop. The undersigned
gives notice to the public that he has
opened a" shop opposite Kinesmith's
hotel New Bloomfield, Pa., In tho 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.
Bloomlleld, May 1, '77 tf.
Philadelphia Produce and Stock Report.
Piiii.ahfi.pmia, Oct, 27. Though trade lias
wen iii(Klnilelya!tive Hie past week tlioia Is no
special clmiiKoto uute In pi iionof jiroduoe. 1'ie,
ent quotations are: Wheat 138 tS fro ; 1,'urn. (jo 4fi
61 : Itye, 75; Outs, 30 Q 37 : Cloverseed. IV, 8.
Stuck quotations, are: 1'enn'a. H. K., 2ft';
Keaill UK. IfvK; fenna.& Erie, 10: Northern Cen
tral, Lehigh Val, 3'J; Gold, lOi
The readors of "Tn Timbs" will ptcano
observe that this column has been hired by the
Greenback and Worklnginon's Party, for Cam
paign purposes, and the Chairman of the
County Committee Is responsible for Its con
tents. Tho Greenback nnl Worklnamcn's
For tSuprcme Jitrfic,
lias. M. B. BBNTi.Kr, of Lyoomliiii County.
1'or Auditor Ocncntt,
Hum. Jam kb II. Emkuhon,
1'or Main 2,rcnmrcr
lion. Jamks L. Yt'muHT, of Philadelphia.
For Aniioctaln Jitrfic,
llAHIMSON M'CltAI.'KKN, of 11 11 (Till II Township.
Ceouob W. Wetzix, of l'enn Township.
For Director of the J'oor,
David Momubon, Jr., of Tyrono Township.
For County Surveyor t
Wm. Biiown, of Duncannon.
Chairman of State Central Committee,
F. P. Dewkes, Pottsvllle, Pa.
Chairman of County Committee,
W.M. 11. Wilms, Duncannon.
David Morrison, Jr., of Tyrone town
ship, has been nominated for Director of
the Poor, vice Dr. Louis Ellerman de
clined. Mr. Morrison is a farmer and a
gentleman in all respects qualified for
the position, and we bespeak for him a
large vote In his own community.
Let every working man and producer
In Perry county realize that this is a
contest "between tho producer and non
producer, let every laboring man realize
that tills is his final opportunity, and
stand up with I1I9 comrades, and vote
the full ticket.
The question of vital Importance is
not whether we shall carry the County
or the State, but to poll as largo a voto
ns possible, the edeet of which will be
felt by the other pnrtles. Already the
result in Ohio and other States has stim
ulated Congressmen to introduco bills
looking to the repeal of the resumption
act, the re-monetlllzatlon of silver and
the abolition of the National banking
There are many large organizations of
Greenbackers, in all parts of Pennsyl
vania and in somo sections the voto for
our ticket will be almost unanimous,
thousands of men will quietly vote it,
and in connection with the fact there
are four parties in the field, that ours is
the best organized, the most enthusiastic
and progressive, and in fact tho only
party with real live issues, our chances
for carrying the State ought to bo the
best, and our prospects are very flut
tering. Why stand yo Idler"
When the man who wns once a useful
and contented laborer is down, flat, help
less and in actual distress, why in God's
name will you not help to lift the load
that the man may live?
For fifteen years this idle, bloated, un
taxed, unlawful load has held his seat,
sported his diamonds, swilled his wine
and lorded it over American labor.
From $(1,000,000 a year interest in 1800
to more than $100,000,000 a year now,
does this great broad-buttoned sponge
absorb the profit of labor. This illegiti
mate bond-bonder. This venal, corrupt
and corrupting boaster sucks tho life
blood from industry.
1 re robs the farmer.
He wears the blood of the laborer n9
velvet to ndorn his body.
He converts the tears of wives of work
lngmen into diamonds that flash on the
bosoms of the mistresscss of his sons.
He turns his ear from the cries of
America's over-taxed citizens, and lis
tens to the ronr of the waves that roar
between this land where he Is a thief
and a trespasser and his own.
g-3T Farmers, mechanics, laborers and
business men, you have seen your
farms, your homes, your furniture and
your stock of goods, which have cost
you the labor and frugality of years to
accumulate, pass from your hands under
the sheriir's liamnier. You have seen
the non-producer stand by and profiting
by your misfortune add your ellects to
his accumulating wealth, in many in
stances throwing you and your family
penniless upon the world. Have you
ever stopped to think what ticket he
will vote ? Can you in justice to your
self and families cast your ballot for a
class who can only make you poorer
still t Whose harvest is your poverty f
Don't you know they all vote the Dem
ocratic or Republican ticket Y Can you,
will you do the same Y
CIS" Westmoreland county has twenty
First blood for the Greenback-Labor
pnrty the Twenty-seventh Ward special
election resulted in the choice of our
candidate for Select Council, Martin
Fagan, by fourteen majority. Whoop
la I Open up the throttle. Labor Tri
bune. Tho Greenbackers of Paterson,
Juniata county, Pa., organized a club
with John Kelley,President; Wm. Egalf,
Secretary'; and D. A. Notestine, Trea
surer. Much enthusiasm prevailed, and
thirty-two signers " declared themselves
willing to strike for their rights." So
says the Twicc-a- Week.
tjr Not two weeks remain till elec
tionan election of the utmost importance
to nine-tenths of our people. The ques
tion at issue is : " Shall the Interests of
tho non-producing, or of the producing
classes be subserved by our legislators
audexecutives.both state and national V"
C3T The question puzzling hard fisted
farmers, mechanics and laboring men is
why greenbacks are good enough for
them, but not good enough for the bond
Festival and Supper I
A Festival and Cupper will be held In the
Basement of the M, E. Church in tills bor
oiijjh, on Ti'EsnAT and Wednesday Kvpiniwos
of tills work, for the benefit of the M. K.
Church. T he table will be well supplied with
Turkeys, Chickens, Ducks and Ueesn, and
many other dolleacles. Supper on Tuesday
from to 8 o'clock On Wednesday, Dinner
from 13 to Bo'lock 1 Supper from 4 to H o'clock.
Mls 85 Cents Children under 14yoars 20ets.
1-0" Extras A lot of linltltnoie Oysters,
Pure Ice Cream, Cakes, Ac. Admission Free.
1-17" With a cako of (llenn'a Sulphur Soap
and a commodious bath-tub, the victim of
chronic cutaneous eruptions can Improvise a
sulphur bath, which no professed bathing es
tablishment can snpply. Bold by all DiukkIsIs.
JUT Hill's Hair A Whisker Dye, black or
brown. 4!) 4w.
County Price Current.
Bloom field October 2!),
Klax-Heed 1 lir
flutter V pound, 10S2U
Ekrs V dozen 15 "
Dried Apples V pound 6 cts"
Dried Peaches 10 lf.ets.yik
I Corrected Weekly by Kouyh k hrolhtr.
lltVirV Ac PUODUCE.
Newpout, October 27 , 1H77.
Flour, Extra, , JO CO
White Wheat V bush, (old) 1 35 a 1 35
lied Whoat 1 SO Q 1 30
Oats V 32 pounds, 25025
Clover Seed 6 Cu8 CO
Timothy Seed 1 20
Flax Beed, 1 00
Potatoes 3n so
Bacon 8 O 11
Ground Alun'in Bait 1 851 35
Mmeburner's Coal 2 15
Stove Coal S 75 O 4 25
Pea Coal, 2 fO
Gordon's Food per Back J2 00
KI8H, SALT, LIMK AND COAJj
Of all kinds always on hand and for sale at the
Lowest Market Kates.
CAHLISLE PIIODUCE MARKET.
WOODWAKD & ISOBn.
Carlisle, October 27,1887.
Family Flour, tfl.50
Superfine Bye Flour, 3.60
White Wheat, new ISO
Ked Wlieat.new.. 1 30
Corn, (now) 50
Cloverseed 6.00 a 5.00
Timothy seed 1 25
Wilson Thomiwi. On the 25th Inst., at tlio
residence of the bride's mother, In Carroll twp.
by the Kev. J. W. Cleaver, Mr. W. 11. Wilson tu
Miss Jennie M. Thompson, all of this county.
Death notions not newllng C lines Inserted without
flmrve. lint ft cents per line will invarisljly be
charged for Tributes of lleHpect, Poetry, or other
STOt-rrEH. On the 21st Inst., In Carroll twp..
of Typhoid Fever, Mr. AdaliJ.ili htnulter. son of
Christian and Mary Jane stoull'er, aged 2fi years,
II months and 8 days. Mr. H. was loved and re
spected by all who knew him. His funeral was
Adams. On Heptember 4th, near ftliermansdale,
at the residence of David Fry, Miss Kebecca
Adams, awed 55 years. 6 months and 23 days.
Coiiman. On theH'itli Inst., near Decatur, 111.,
of Dropsy, Nancy, wilo of Philip Corinun, aged
02 yenrs, 6 months and 17 days.
Wilson. On the 2iith inst,. In Carrolltwp., Mrs.
Margaret Wilson, In the 40tli year of her age.
CALL ASD SEE ME.
The Rubseriber has opened a Htorn opposite the
Hallroad Depot, at NEWPORT, where he is pie
pared to supply
OYSTERS, GROCERIES, fr
At the lowest market price. A full stock on
hand. Tlio patronage of the public is solicited.
4.itf. WM. K'KHH,
Combines more attractions than any other." Beaver
ll'a.) ' Times."
CHEAPEST AND BEST!
FULL.SIZE PAPER FATTEKSS !
t?- A Supplement will he given In every num
ber tor 1878, containing a full-size paper pattern
for a lady's or a child's dress, livery subscriber
will receive, dnriiiK the year, twelve of these pat
terns, so that these alone will bo worth more than
tlio subscription price. Ji
" Peterson's Magazine" contains, every year,
1000 pages, 14 steel plates, 12 colored ller'lln pat
terns, 12 mammoth colored fashion plates. H
pages of music, and on eniliellisbnieiits. stories,
.., than any 01 her. It gives more for tlio money
than any other in the world. Its
Thrilling Tales and Kovellettes
Are the best published anywhere. All the most
popular writers are employed to write originally
for ' Peterson." In 1878, in addition to the usual
quantity of short stories, FIVE OKIUINAL.
COPYRIGHT NOVEM.ETTES will be given, by
Mrs. A 1111 H. Stephens, Flank Lee lienedict, Mrs.
F. It. Burnett, and others.
Minniiioiilli Colored Fashion Plates
Ahead of all others. These plates are engraved
on steel, twice the usual size, and are miecpialed
fur beauty. They will be superbly colored. Also,
Household and other receipts ; in short, every
thing Interesting to ladies.
N. B. As the publisher now pre-pays the post
age to all mail subscribers, 'Peteisou'' is cheaper
than ever; In fact is the cheapest in tho world.
TERMS (Alwajs In Advance) $2 A TEAR.
2 Copies for ft 80 ) With a copy of the pre-
3 4 80 jmliim picture (24x20) "The
Anoelsop CimisTMAs," a livo dollar eunraviug
to the person getting up the Club.
4 Copies for fii So ) Willi an exlracopy of the
6 " " 8 00 ) Magazine for lHTS.ai a pre
mium, to the person gelling up the Club.
Copies tor tu 60 t Willi an extra copy of the
8 " )2 00 I Magazine for 1878. and the
11 " 18 00 ( premium picture, a Hue dol
lar; engraving, to the person getting up tho Club.
! Address, post-paid,
CHARLES J, PETERSO.V,
. . 300 Chestnut St., Phil'a., Pa.
; Specimens sent gratis, if written for.
Per month, wl II lie paid to a good energetic
man in each conutv to Introduce
Dr. liULli S
New Illustrated History of Penn'a.
Write Immediately, and state experience In this
business, and Hue. Address,
D. C. GOODRICH, Publisher,
113t lianisbui'g, l'euu'a.
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
A Valuable Mill Property on reasonable terms
at Private Hale. If not sold before
THURSDAY, November 1st, 1877,
It will be offered at public sale on that day.
For furlher Information, address
Oetober J. J877. Perry county, Pg.
A.t I'rivnto Halo.
TIIR subscriber offers at private sale In Spring
township, Perry county, Pa.,
A Til ACT OF LAND
containing TWRNTY TWO ACRKH, more or less,
Vy-'I'ff.1, h'ronn erected a TURKIC STORY LOG
WEaTiiic(Iioaiii..D JIOUSK. Frame Ham.
yni i Shoemaker Shop and all the necessary out
buildings and a Well of water neai the door and
2 :HWm' l'eiu;"- lK'T, quince and cherry treos.
This property Is located one mile North East of
BtaUaWRS1" tXte"""t '"Ciltl""
.'l ei ins oi sale easy.
August 7, 1877. DAVID ItEIIlEK.
VALUABLE STORE STAND
At l'rlvate Sale.
T'lTi. ""''"VlrtBT offers nt private sale about
ONE ACRE OF OROUND, having thereon
tiTMift,.,,uAJ,(,,. """"I'- WUH KITCHEN,
WASH HOUSE and STA1JLU, and a WELL oi
good water near the door.
t. ITfi T,";,'e 'JA lftr,tB "TORE ROOM In the
bulb lug In which a store has been kept for a
number of years. The stand Is a voiy desirable
i.li.!7Lr2li!0.?,t?0.,p1 0,1 "'e premises, another
HOUSE AND STABLE, which will be sold sep
aratelv or with the Store Stand, to suit purchas
ers. 1 hese properties arc located In a good com.
munlty. with Schools and Churches convenient.
Call on or address
n, H- '' ilOLLENBAUGtr,
Aug. 21, '77pd Bandy 11111, Perry Co., Pa
MrVd llTID I,on't you want someelieap
il V. 'l , tt t A II f ''ds for Pants and Suits ?
lllliil U IllJillt, If you do, don't fall to ex-
XlVln?.-.fi',L flf"nrtll assortment for sale by F.
price C8n 5"" your"e11 ln ",'le an(1
A VAHIETY STOHE,
We Invite Hie Citizens of BLOOMFIELD and
vicinity, to call and examine our Stock of
GltOCERIFS, OUEENSWAHE. GLASSWARE
TIN WAKE. A FULL VARIETY OF '
NOTIONS, &c, &c, tie.,
All of which we are selling at astonishingly
Give us a call and fll VFI MONEY, as wo
are almost GIVING THINGS AWAY.
9- Butter and Eggs taken In trade.
West Main Street.
Ladies' Look Here!
A FIRST CLASS
S. M. SIIULEIl,
Liverpool, Perry County, YaJ
1877. FALL STOCK. 1877.
We have again receiv
ed a full supply of Fall
Goods, to which we ask
PRETTY PRINTS "r "f"011 ot rrn
rn.iii rnmio. ntl(1 other Low j,rj(ja
dress goods Is the pret
tiest ever olfered-ln this
county. Will you come
and lo?k at them 7
We have a Splendid
Assortment of Goods
soiled for Men's Wear.
Our slock l- veiv com
plete In all kinds of
goods from 15 cents per
j aid upwards.
BOOTS & SH 0ES. r
miocs tor Men Women
or Children 1 It so coma
and see the stock we
have. It is complete,
and Prices will suit you.
HATS AND CAPS.
proud of our Splendid
Assortment of Hats &
Caps for Men or Boys.
The styles are good and
the prices will be 8U1B
to please you.
If you want goods of
any kind y,Mi w,ll be al
most sure to find lliem
In the Splendid Stock,
Just opened by