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PENNSYLVANIA R. B.-MUDLI DIVISION.
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na-PaclfleF-xprMS wt will utop tt Dtincannoa at
4.4s And at Nowport at a. 11 a.m.. when flawed.
tWtfoliiK Waat.the Way PaHRtmKer leave Harris
bar Dally tlia other tralna Dally doer Sunday.
Fatt line Wt, dally, atopptn on Bukdat only, at
Duncannon 4. 119, Newport, 4.M P. M
l'aclno K.at runa dally eii opt Monday, atnpplnv
when flawd, at Nawiiort, 11.87 A. M., Duucauuon
11.(7, arriviUK at Philadelphia at 1.4 P. M.
.Correspondents who wish tbelr article
published must bare tltem In not later than 8at
arday. Letters received Mondaymorulng scarce
ly ever get published.
The farm belonging to Philip Huston
in Carrol twp., has been sold to Mr. li;
J. Souder for $775.
Singing at Center School house, two
miles west of this place, on Thursday
evening of this week.
Quite a successful revival of religion
is in progress in the Evangelical Church
For the size of the place a large num
ber of Sittings will occur at Elliottsburg
Henry Fisher had the first finger of
right hand mashed at the Marshall Fur
nace last week.
Orhere are six counties in the State
Svith a less population than Perry Coun
ty. They are Fulton, Juniata, Mlfllin,
Snyder, Union and Clinton.
A son of Mr. John Bair of Carrol
twp., is walking around aided by a
crutch and cane; cause, cutting his
foot instead of the wood, on last Mon
day. The Northumberland county commis
sioners have increased the reward per
head for the capture of the prisoners
who escaped from that county prison
on Wednesday, from f 25 to $50.
Mr. John Grube of Centre twp., while
digging a well on his property discover
ed something very much resembling
lead or silver ore. It has not as yet been
Mr. Wm. Sheaffer's wagon drove up
to the M. E. Parsonage in this borough,
one day last week, freighted with the
substantial of this life, with the com
pliments of Mt. Gilead people, for which
the preacher returns thanks.
A domestic in the family of Charles
Stewart, at Huntingdon, stole some
goods belonging to Mrs. B. and then set
fire to the building to cover up the theft.
Fortunately the flames were extinguish
ed before much damage was done, and
the girl was arrested and confessed.
In Blaln, by an oversight of the in
spector, the votes were not numbered
till noon. When the votes were counted
off one vote was found in excess of the
voters. As the constable was elected by
only one vote the oversight may make
The town council of the borough of
Womelsdorf, at their stated meeting, ex
onerated taxpayers from paying a bor
ough tax on real and personal property
for 1880, having no use for the money.
The citizens of Womelsdorf are the
most fortunate people, in respect to tax
es, in Pennsylvania.
The Bedford County Press, has chang
ed hands and name, and is now called
the Everett Press. The Press started
the same year Tub Times did and was
the first name put on our exchange list.
It looks better this week than we ever
saw it. Gen. D. S. Elliott who was
editor in its earlier days again takes
At about 8 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing Dr. Strickler was sent for In haste to
attend to the sudden illness of Mrs.
Abm. Hostetter, who was at the resi
dence of Singer Whitmore. On arrival
he found she had become Insensible
from coal gas from which she speedily
recovered, but has had Beveral bad
spells since, brought on by the excite
ment attending the death of Mrs. Whit
more. On Friday Mr. S. H. Beck had a nar
row escape. In going down the hill
into Markelville one bolt came out of
the coupling.lettlng the pole drop to the
ground. There was no way to hold
back the vehicle and the ponies proceed
ed to get out of the way as rapidly as pos
sible. Sam held on and managed to keep
them in the road till sear the school
house when the crowd of boys in the
road stopped the frightened animals.
Fortunately no damage was done to
driver or horses.
The Philomathean Literary Society
will meet in Academy Hall on next
Friday evening at 7 o'clock. The ex
ercises will consist of essays, recitations,
orations, and the answering of historical
queries. The following resolution will
be discussed: Resolved In the judgment
of this Society the English form of Gov
ernment is a oetter field for the devel
opment of Statesmen than the Ameri
can. Principal disputants, It. H.
Stewart and Wm. Orr. A general invi
tation to be present is extended to the
publio,the ticket system being abolished.
J. M. Arnold, Sec'y.
F)For Grave Stones go to G. W. Gehk'b
larble Works at Elliottsburg. 4 4t
Buy your Carpets at M. Dukeu & Co.,
Personals Mrs. C. Bpahr formerly of
this county accompanied by her son is
in from Nebraska on a visit. They
sjieak highly of the west.
We regret to learn that the health of
Harry Dern, Esq., of the Altoona
Tribune Is such as to cause his friends
Rev. G. W. Dunlap, now of Port
Royal whose illness we noticed several
weeks since is much improved.
A porker weighing 618 lbs. was killed'
by Mr. Jonathan Mlchener, of Dun can
John Young of Duncannon has
recently lost two children from dlpthe
ria. Mrs. Singer, is at present vUltlng her
brother Mr. W. H. II. McCllntock in
Mr. Wm. Weaver formerly of this
place now of Altoona, is visiting his
friends in this vicinity.
Broken Bones On Friday Mrs. Gantt
wife of Isaiah Gantt of Centre tp., slip
ped and fell on the ice breaking an arm
below the elbow. The fracture was so
complete that the arm belowlthe break
On Friday afternoon Mr. Wilson Mo
Kee of this place slipped on the ice in
the alley near his house and fell break
ing his hip .bone at the socket. He
managed to get Into the house without
help. Dr. Strickler was sent for, the
fracture was adjusted, and Mr. McKee
is lying as easy as could be expected.
Died on the Street. On Monday even
ing, at about 6.30 o'clock, as Mrs. Eliza
beth Welker, of 1002 Fox avenue, was
returning from a visit down town, she
was taken suddenly ill. She sat down
on a door step on Foster street and
Ridge avenue. She was soon discovered,
and Dr. Wells who came by examined
her. He found that she had died of heart
disease. The body was removed to the
basement of the Lutheran church near
by and her husband, Charles Welker
summoned. Cornoner Jackson held an
inquest and rendered a verdict in accor
dance with the facts. Jar. Patriot.
Disappearance. Christian, son of Mr.
Chris'n Oberholtzer, residing one mile
below Greenvillage, disappeared from
his home on Wednesday morning, the
0th inst. He is aged 18 years, is about 5
feet high, rather heavily set, has dark
hair, and wore a grayish coat, corded
pants and woolen shirt. Through a
severe spell of sickness, his reason has
been some what impaired. Any infor
mation that will lead to bis return to
his father will be gratefully received,
and should be addressed to Christina
Oberholtzer, Greenvillage, Franklin Co.,
Ta. Exchange please copy.
O A Sad Accident. Shortly after 1 o'clock
on Saturday afternoon Willie, a 14 year
old son of Mr. Samuel Peale of this place
was terribly Injured by a kick from a
horse. The horse belonged to Mr. Henry
Sheaffer and was hitched in front of his
stable. Willie wanted to enter the
building and was passing, when the
animal kicked striking him near the
ear on the right side of his head, knock
ing him insensible. The blood poured
out of the boy's ears making the ice
where he fell look like the floor of a
slaughter house. He was at once taken
home and medical aid called. There
was no improvement in the boy's con
dition, and about 5 o'clock Dr. Orris
was telegraphed for, to consult with Dr.
Strickler. At the time we go to press
(Monday morning), the boy is still in
sensible though there is a slight im
provement in his symptoms. One
strange thing about the case is that
though the horse had just been rough
shod there is no signs of a blow from a
shoe, and the horse must have struck
the boy with the hock instead of the
hoof. It is Impossible to tell at this time
what will be the result of the injuries.
Damages by the Ice Among the dam
ages done by the flood and break-up of
Saturday a week which have not
been previously mentioned are the
The dam at Dugan's Mill' below Del
vllle was torn out except a small piece.
The dam at Young's Mill Just above,
was some damaged but not taken away.
In many places along Shermans Creek
the Ice was forced out into the fields
doing much damage. The roads in
many places were rendered impassible,
where they laid near the creek, by the
ice. In some places the plies of ice
are from 10 to 15 feet high, and the ex
pense of opening the way will be very
The family of Dr. Sheeder at Sher
mansdale were for a time in considera
ble danger. The ice was piled up with
in a few feet of the house and almost
surrounding it. At 11 o'clock at night
the water had reached so high that the
family moved up stairs with expecta
tions of the water soon reaching them
there. But fortunately the ice at the
bridge gave way and the water suddenly
fell. They are still surrounded by a
fortification of Ice.
The foot-log crossing the creek above
Falling Spring was swept away. This
bad beta put up within a year at an ex-
penseof over $400. It now lies high
and dry up in a meadow.
Juniata Counly. We copy the follow
Ing from the Juniata county papers of
last week :
A bridge was first built across the
river at this place in 1827. Since that
the structure lins been four times in
cluding this tl mo partly destroyed by
The school houne in Greenwood town
ship, known as Straight Water school
house was burned down some days ago.
Stove pipe acoldent or carelessness was
Jacob Sulouff began to ferry people
across the river as soon as the ice ran
thin enough to get a skin? through it.
William McCoy and William Reiser
are the oresmen.
Sheriff Walls and George Marks and
some strange lady from Altoona were
in the bridge when it began to fall. The
lady had desired to cross to the Patter
son side. She had stopped them and
asked as to the safety of the bridge, and
while they were stating the danger, the
danger itself appeared. All escaped.
Had the woman not stopped to make
the inquiry she would have gone down
with the bridge, Sentinel.
The freshet came down the Tuscarora
creek on Saturday and an Ice gorge was
formed near East Waterford which
gave away and tore its way along the
course of the creek, snapping off trees,
and leaving big cakes of Ice on the
banks, until it came to the larger of
the two bridges which connect lieale
town with McCul loch's Mills. Here
the ice and logs piled up half way to the
top of the roof when a large log burst
through, the bridge shook and bent, and
the under part beneath arches was com
pletely carried away. The whole bridge
Is now held up by the arch on the upper
side connecting together by its bolts the
uprights. The lower arch is broken,
the sills are almost all gone, and a
large part of the flooring besides being
gone in the center of it, hangs down ou
either side towards the water. The
whole bridge will need rebuilding and
travel will be impeded until it is done.
There is not even a safe foot way across
the bridge. Port Royal Times.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland papers
of last week :
From all quarters we hear of the de
struction dams, and little dreamed that
we were losing in the same line. The
dam at K rail's mill was carried off, and
was the chief cause of the destruction of
the iron bridge at Watts' fording. And
now we hear of the destruction of the
iron bridge, known as Heck's bridge, on
the Conodoguinet creek, about four
hundred feet in length. One span was
landed on Heck's island, and the other
three were carried to the swamps be
tween that and Fairvlew. where they
are now lying. The creek was never
known to oe on the rampage as at this
time, and the wonder is that a larger
number of dams were not carried away.
That we got off as easily, is a great
wonder. We are sorry to lose two of
our best bridges, but at the same time
we are happy that it is no worse. Mir.
One day last week, some unknown
person fired a pistol ball through the
back window of the Post Office, in this
place. Mr. R. Hockersmith, the assist
ant, but a moment before, bad left the
distributing table adjoining the window,
or otherwise might have been wounded
or probably killed. It is not supposed
that it was done intentionally, but shows
a reckless handling of fire arms. Ship,
Township Offices. The following is a
list of officers elected throughout the
County on Tuesday last, as copied from
returns in the Prothonotary's office :
Bloomfitld Bor. Constable, 8ingleton Sheaf
fer Burgess, F, B. Clouser ; Council, Wilson
McKee, J. T. Mesiimer, Wm. Rice, Ed. K.
Bponsler, G. A. Rouse, Daniel Garland ) Asses
sor, Samuel Bentzel j Judge, Wm. McKee:
Inspectors, S. A. Feal, C. W. Kinesmith; School
Directors, Conrad Roth, F. Mortimer j Auditor,
Blaln Bor. Constable, D. M. Hohenshilt j
Burgess, G. W. Smith Council, G. W. Garber,
J. B. Moreland, Thos. Seager, Daniel Sheaffer,
Wm. Kern, Jas. 8. Morrow ) Assessor, John
Baker ; Judge, James Magee Inspectors, Wm.
Machamer, Samuel Rlckard j School Directors,
R. H. Kell, W. D. Messimer Auditors, D. M.
Fetro, J. C. Morrow, 3 years.
Buffalo Twp Constable, J. J. Haln and J.
M. Zelgler, tie j Supervisors, John 8. Hain,
Nathaniel Shutt Judge, Wm. Singer) In
spectors, J. Pierce Crow, Jacob M. Fortney i
School Directors, Michael Seller, J. W.
Stephens) Assessor, J. W. Fintoo Auditor,
W. W. Billow, 1 year, Isaiah Baiders, 8 years )
Clerk, Henry Meade. ;
Carroll Twp. Constable, Jos. B. M'Clintock)
Supervisors, Geo. B. Bonder, Wm. G. McClln
tock ; Assessor, B. F. Hall ; School Directors,
Washington McCllntock, T. M. Dromgold, G.
W. Smiley ; Judge, Robert McDonald j In
spectors, Carson Lackey, Uran F. Stouffer)
Auditor, Charles Henderson Clerk, Wm. T.
Center Twp. Constable, Geo. Eckert j Su
pervisors, Robert A. Moore, Robert Market )
Assessor, Oliver Rice School Directors, Geo.
W. Meek, Alex. Sbortess j Judge, J. S.RIcbey;
Inspectors, Robert D. Neilson, Abraham Kiat
ler j Auditors, Charles Tressler, H. L. Croll i
Clerk, John B. Clay.
Duncannon Bor. Burgess, John Hood j Con
stable, John B. Shearer j Council, Joseph L.
Mlchner, Henry Brown, Joseph Hawley, Jas.
L. Smith, Thomas Milllken Assessor, J. N.
Gladden Judge, John Jones Inspectors, R.
C. Jones, Jacob A. Young; School Directors,
Jas. P. Cromlelgh, B. H. Moses i Auditor. Ed.
Greenwood Twp. Constable, Jacob Boyeri
Supervisors, L. T. Halns, Thos. Rumberger
Assessor, Israel Sheaffer School Directors, G.
E. Beaver, Lewis Mitchell, J. G. Jones Judge,
J. W. Eahelman Inspectors, Wm. Fitzgerald,
Jno. Bonsellj Auditor, A. H. Ulsh Clerk,
Uowt Twp. Constable, E: B. Shull ) Super
visors, David Deckard, Frank Meek) Assessor.
H. H. Horting t Justice, Jacob Brati ) School
Directors, Abe Horting, David A. Stephens )
Judge, Bamuel Moore and A. V. Hombaugh,
tie Inspectors, John Beers, Amor Potter i Aud
itor, J. W. Boyd ) Clerk. 3os. W. Burkbolder.
J nekton Twp. Constable, Samuel G. Smith
Supervisors, Henry Rlnesiulth, lie Dry Boltos-
erj Assessor, John D. Rlncsmlth i Treasurer,
Blmtnn Bmlth School Directors, Wm. 11. Hall,
Abraham Uutahall Judge, David Rowe In
spectors, Wm. Miller, Henry Prior) Auditor,
Mitchell Dromgold Clerk, David Kleckner.
Juniata Twp. Constable. Wm. Blaln ) flu
pervlsors, Andrew Clomp, Jacob 8. Super ) As
sessors, Goo. 8 wart ii School Directors, B. F.
Clouser, John Fllcklngeri Judge, Geo. Camp
bell Inspectors, Samuel D. Watts, Samuel It.
Lelby Auditor, Jesse R. Lupfcr i Clerk, Jas.
Liverpool Bor. Constable, Daniel Brink
Burgess, G. W. Ruppi Council, D. E. Snellen
berger, John Keagle, L. V. Tharp, E. C. Long,
Isaac Blnrtevant, 8. M. Bhnler ) Assessor, J. R.
Davis Judge, Wm. L. Lenhart t Inspectors.
G. W. Bhumaker, Jacob Bhumakert School
Directors, J. C. Welrlck, D. 8. Lenta t Auditor,
Liverpool Twp. Constable, Geo. Long Su
pervisors, Isaao Whltmer, Wm. Noll) Asses
sor, John Bpicher ) School Directors, Samuel
Barnor, Wm. Cook i Judge, Jonas Noll In
spectors, Leonard Ulsh, Geo. Kline ) Auditor,
Luther Elenmyeri Clerk, John C. Barnor.
LandUburg Bor. Constablo, John Bltner;
Burgess: Altred Bhull t Council, Robert Eaton,
Geo. Turbct, Geo. Foltz, Geo. Ellcker ) Asses
sor, Samuel P. Llghtner Judge, J, M. Btam
baugh i Inspectors, Wm. II. Thornton, Chas.
Kell: School Directors, D. B. Milllken,
Hutcblnson Auditors, James G. Linn, F. 8.
MMerttown Bor. Constable, W. H. Ward )
Burgess, John P. Hopple Council, Thos. Nan
klvell, Jos. Uemmlngor, Wm. Brandt, Harry
Hopple, James Rlsdon, Henry Martin Asses
sor, C.J. Wright) Clerk, James Ramsley; Judge,
W. J. K4pp Inspectors, A. C. Hopple, W. II.
Jones School Directors, I. N. Rlnehart, D. M.
Rlckabaugh t Auditor, D. B. Gable.
MadieM 8. W. Constable, Levi Trostle)
Supervisors, Blmon Snyder, David Mete.) As
sessor, Theodore Bryner i School Directors,
Martin Motzer, 78 votes, Emanuel Garber and
Rueben Moyer tie, each 73 votes Judge, Jacob
Borrell Inspectors, W. F. Bear. Daniel Coon;
Auditor, Peter Swisher ) Clerk, John M. Wolf.
MaryevilU Bor. Constable. O. H. Miller
Burgess, 8. 8. Lelby i Council, J. H. Baugh
man, J. U. Fnnk, G. W. Rhoads, Geo. Shull,
Frank Gamber, W. 8. Gault i Assessor, John
H. Howdechell ) Judge, W. W. Jackson In
spectors, W. H, Wagner, D. A. Fisher School
Directors, I. N. Beam, E. A. PUeiger, A. 8.
Reamer Auditor, Wm. Fllcklngor i Clerk, B.
Miller Twp. Supervisors, Henry Smith,
Nathaniel Holmes) Assessor, Wm. Holmes)
School Directors, William Vancamp, Henry
Yocum Inspectors, Wm. Mehalllo, John Reed
Auditor, Joseph Baily Constable, Henry
Newport Bor. Constable, Darius J. Kline
peter) Burgess, Wm. M. Horting: Council,
John Anderson, D. H. 8 potts, Joslah Clay,
Jacob Hopple, A. K.Long, W. R.S.Cook:
Assessor, A. M. Gantt : Judge, Jackson Rhoads:
Inspectors, Amos Hopple, Wm. A. Clouser :
School Directors, E. C. Beach, Wm. Benlzeli i
Auditors, Geo. Shrom 1 year, Horace Beard 8
years : Justice, Geo. W. Lobaugh.
New nuffalo Hot. Constable, E. D. Wells:
Burgess, U. W. Cook ; Council, Jos. T, Steel, J. O.
Jones, A. Ober. Geo. W. Lesher, N.Noblet, Geo.
W. KlUer; Assessor, A. Ober; Judge. J. C, Jones:
Inspectors, O. P. Raskins, M. B. Cutter ; School
Directors, Jno. Basklns, Wm. F. Jackson; Aud
itors, Geo. W. Cook 3 ysars. F. O, Steel 1 year.
Oider Twp. Constable, Samuel Woods; Super
visors, Wm. S. Mitchell, John Horting: Assessor,
J. A. Ltneaweaver; Justice. B. F. Miller; School
Directors, Joseph A. Hearsh, II. 8. Dlmm: Judge,
John Balr; Inspectors, Amos Fleisher, Benjamin
Flakes. Sr.; Auditor, Win. Wertz; Clerk, John
JVnn Twp. Constable. J. E. Bothwell; Super
visors, Wm. Hosier. John Deisinaer; Assessor,
Sylvanus Green; School Directors, H. J.Jones,
Wm. Willis, John Itutz; Judge, James Harrison;
Inspectors, Win, Leedy, James A. White; Aud
itor. (J. O. Smith : Clerk, John G. Rose,
Hye Twp. Constable, John Hummel; Super
visors, Jesse Nace, Wm. SheatTer; Assessor, Dan
iel Power: School Directors, Wm. A. Myers, Levi
Copp;, Judge. J. A. Ensmlnger; Inspectors, Harry
Forteabaugli, Levi Myeis; Auditor, Harry Gault ;
Clerk, James Bell.
Sprina Twp. Constable, Jno. Klstler; Super
visors. Wm. Kane, Jas. Swisher; Assessor, J. O.
Pielsler; School Directors, G. W. Keeder, D. B.
Dunkelberger: Judge, Wm. Duncan; Inspectors,
Michael Loy, A.G. Hollenuaugh; Auditors, J.C.
Hnvder. S. B. Shelbly ; Clerk, W. H. Kinesmith.
Handy Hill VM. Constable. 8. G. Britcher:
Supervisors, James Meinminger, Jacob Fllckln-
5 fir; Assessor, John Bernlieisel; School Directors,
olin Mohler. Robert Adair; Judge, Geo. Welsh ;
Inspectors, J.W. Kice, Jacob Kulin; Auditor, G.
I. Kice; Clerk, John Bixler; Treasurer, E. A.
Fllcklngor: Justice. A. K. Dobbs.
Barilla Twp. Constable, John H. Titzell; Su
pervisors, Geo. B. Sheallnr, David McCoy: Asses
sor, Samuel Keahm ; School Directors. L. B. Kerr,
J. 8. Wetzell; Judge, O. W. Kochenderfer; In
spectors, Geo, W. Markel, Wm. Johnson; Aud
itor, John A. Barns.
Tuscarora Tirp. Constable, Jos. F. Beater;
Supervisors, Wm. L. Donally, Jos. R. Campbell;
Assessor. Chas. Whitekettle; School Directors,
Ross Ilench, Wm. F. Patton; Judge, William L.
Stephens; Inspectors, John Bessler, J, F. Smith;
Auditor, Wm. Kerr; Clerk, Harry Baker; Justice
W. A. Memlnger and D. W. Barrack.
Toboyne Twp. Constable, J. B. Sanderson;
Supervisors, Henry Mumper, David Kessler;
Assessor, F. A. Gutshall: School Directors, Jas.
McConnell. Samuel Walker; Judge. Wilson W.
Morrison; Inspectors, Chas. I. McLaughlin. Geo.
.Kessler; Auditor. Jacob Sheriff; Clerk, Joslah
Eby; Treasurer, Simon Kern.
Wheatjleld Twp. Constable, John Bothwell;
Supervisors, Samuel Daniels, C. Kathfon; Asses
sor, H. B. Ebersole; Sckool Directors, Joseph
Leppard, Isaac Miller; Judge. Henrv Clay; In
spectors, G. D. Owens, Robert Donnelly; Auditor
Rodger Harklnson; Clerk, John Suminy.
Watts lcp. Constable, Jeremiah Anderson;
Justice, John Garman; Supervisors, John L. Hug
gins, John Shelly, Jr.: Assessor, L. E. Steel;
School Directors, John Hammaker, John P. Mot
ter; Judge, Levi Siders; Inspectors, Patrick
Hammaker, Lewis W. Morris; Auditor, J. W.
iL'uu; viera, xieury iiozanu.
Shi Machines. The Singer Company
uuvo opeueu an omce in i ew doom
field, for sale and repair of their sewing
machines. All persons needing ma
chines repaired can have them promptly
and cheaply done, and persons wanting
new machines are requested to give us
tf. S. H. Beck, Manager.
A NEW WRINKLE.
Wheat grists exchanged on sight or
ground in a few hours. We have no
low water now since tapping the Penn
sylvania canal. We have the only
Smith purifier in the county, and allow
no one to make better flour. We pay
five cents advance on market rates for
Mediterranean or Lancaster wheat. AVe
also sell Pillsbury's XXXX flour on
commission, which is the best in the
MILTON B. ESHLEMAN,
ST. ELMO HOTEL Nos. 517 and 319
Arch Street, Philadelphia. Rates re
duced to Two Dollars Per Day.
The traveling public still find at this
Hotel the Bame liberal provision forthelr
comfort. It is located in the immediate
centres of business and places of amuse
ment and the different Rail Road depots,
as well as all parts of the city, are easily
accessible by Street Cars constantly pass
ing the doors. It otters special indue
menU to those visiting the city for
business or pleasure.
Your patronage Is respectfully solicited.
Jos. M. Feoeb, Proprietor.
M. E. Church Preaching every eve
ning this week. At Landlcburg on Sun
day at 10 A. M., and at Mt. Gilead at
2 P. M.
Preaching In the Reformed Church on.
Tuesday evening next.
Preaching in the Presbyterian church
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
County Price Current.
Bloomviild, Feb. HI, 1881.
Flax-Heed 1 S6
Butter ft pound, lcaig
Egg 1 dozen 16 "
Dried Apples V pound Sots"
Dried Peaohe 10 0 12 ets. Y
NawroHT, Feb. 19, 18L
Flour, Kxtra IR.CS
" Super. 8.25
White Wheat old V bush 102
Red Wheat, old 102
Oats V 82 pounds SJO 81
Clover Seed per pound BOS cent
Timothy Seed i 00
Flax Seed 1 00
Lard 7 cents
Ham t caats.
Ground Alum Salt 1 loot 10
Ltmeburner't Coal II 00 O 1 25
Btove Coal 4 7S O 6 CO.
Philadelphia Preduee Market.
Philadelphia. Feb. 19, 1881;.
Flour unsettled: extras 13 0f3 60: Pennsyl
vania family, 14.50 ffl M.75 Minnesota do., I4.80O'
86.12; patent and high grades. ltf.MJOi7.0U
Eye Hour, tn 2.13.26.
Wheat. 113 tt 114.
Coru yellow, I mixed. t40re.
Oats quiet: Pennsylvania and western white...
4G942c. : western mlxed,36Q3.
OAKLISLB PRODUCE MAR EI .
WOODWARD A BOBB.
Caklish, Feb. 19, 18I.
family Flour d 15 60
Superfine Flour 4 00
White Wheat, new 100
Bed Wbeat.new ' 100
Corn. , 3501;.
Oats, 1 85
Tlmothyseed, 2 00
Flaxseed , l 25
Miller Dtsinqbr. On Feb. 3rd. 1881. In Eoy
alton, Niagara Co., hiY., at the residences! the
bride's lather, by Kev. Philip Gralf, David L.
Miller and Miss Hattie Dysluger, both of Boyal
ton. Clelakd Spbncb. On Jan. 24th, 1881, at the
residence of the olhclatingmlnltter, Kev. A. II.
Irvine, Carlisle. Mr. Wilson F. Cleland, ot
Carlisle, to Miss Susan Bpence, of Warm Hprings,
Fby CLOusBR-rOn Feb. 17th 1881,at the Luther
an parsonage, newporc, Dy nev. 21. colv:"
(ieo. W. Prv. of Mewnort. to Jennla M. f :l.mor '
of New Bloomtleld.
Smith Lono. On Feb. 10th, 1881, at the resi
dence of the bride's parents. In Tuscarora twp.,
by Itev. A. U. Spangler, W. L. Smith to Annie
Lot White. On Eeb. 17th, 1881. at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, in Aliens Cove, by
Kev. J. W. Ollland, Lewis A. Loy of Dellvllle. to
Lizzie M. White.
Dorm an BmnoB On the 16th of Jan- 1881, at
the Hironamus Union Church, by Kev. Mr. Furst,
Mr. Henry Dorman of Laurelton, to Miss Mary
II. Bridge, of Weikert, Union Co., Pa.
Guttshaix Kheem On Jan. 30th, 1881, at' the
Reformed Parsonage In Landlsburg by Kev. H.
T. Spangler, Mr. Daniel S. Outtshall of Blain, to
Miss Jaae Kheem of Spring township.
Bear Dukkelbkroer On Feb 10th. 1881, at
same place and by the same, Mr. Wm. 8. Bear of
near Bloomfleld to Miss B. Ellen Dunkelberger of
MreicH Wolff On Feb. 15th, 1881. also at the
same place and by the same, Mr. Benjamin F.
Mlnich to'HissMaggie J. Wolff both of Loysvllle.
Thomas Corngable on Feb. 20th, 1881, In
Centre twp., by J. o. Moore, J. P., Mr. William
Thomas to Miss Lizzie Corngable, both of Spring
township, this county.
Jobsston On the 16th of Jan. 1881, at Cherry
Run, Union eo.. GertrudeC. daughter of Wm. and
Catharine Johnson,agedU years, 6 months and u
Barnett On the 19th of Jan. 1881, at Cherrr
Run, Union eo., Mr. John Barnett. In the 83rd1
year of bis age. lie was a consistent member of
the Lutheran church for a number of years.
Singer On Feb. 16th, 1881, In Newport, Dr. X
E. Singer, aged 71 years, 4 months and 22 days.
Sale or Rent.
The subscriber offers at Private Sale, a good
Store Stand, situate at Dellvllle, six miles west oi
Duncannon. and six miles south of New Bloom
held, along the Shermans Creek. This property
has all the necessary building, with a never fail
ing spring of water near the door, with about
Eight Acres of land,
and la a high state of cultivation. There is also
au ORCHARD on the property, with ckoice
fruit, nice lot of Grape vines, etc.
I will give any person purchasing or renting
this property possession on 1st ot March, or at
furthest, the lftth ot March, 1881. It not sold the.
property will be rentd.
For further particulars apply to
u. r. liuh i a tti.
Dellvllle, Perry Co., Pib.
NO BETTER FERTILIZERS
CAN BK TJSED IBAX
Hare Been Thoroughly Tested,
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BAUGH & SONSy
7 8m 10 8. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia, Pa,