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TllH TIMES, NtiW BLOOM FIELD, PA.. A PHIL 2G. 1881.
?ON3 TLVANIA . tt.-MIDDLB DIVISION.
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HT-pm-lllr F.iprrM We at will atop at IHinoatiuoH at
4 4Hnmi t Newport ate.lt a. in., when naa-Kril.
laVOiriiiK Wnst.tna Way PmciiKnr leaves Harris
burn Daily tlieother tralua Dally except Hunday.
Fast tine V"t, daily, stopping on BunriAT okit, at
Dunranuon 4 8", Newport, 1.61 P. M
Pacirie Haat rum daily except Monday, stopping
when flaw-il, at Newoort, 11.87 A. M., LlllHMliuou
11.47, arri viuir at Philadelphia at 3 4. P. M.
A number of houses In tills borough
are now being painted and put in good
Jrtr. Thoa. Butch of this place mourns
ttie death of his horse, caused by lock
Mr. BenJ. Fickes of Juniata twp.,
also lost horse last week. It died from
the effects of a kick from another horse.
Mr. Samuel Brown, of Centre twp.,
also lost a fine mare last week, in foal
ing. GThe strike among the miners In
anklin county has euded, and the
men have gone to work.
Johnny, a little sou of James Minicb,
residing at LoysviUe. fell from a horse
on Tuesday last and broke bis leg.
"Last Tuesday was the first real spring
day we have had. Straw hats were
brought to light and seemed to be seas
onable. Twenty fine horses were taken though
here on the way to Harrisburg on Fri
day last. They belonged to Mr. John
)n Thursdav last. Mr. D. M. Itine-
lithi shipped forty-four head of fine
cattle, the entire lot averaging over one
thousand pounds each.
A young man named Kissel, residing
at Shade Gap, Huntingdon county, who
wag subject to fits, was taken with one
the other day and broke a blood vessel,
dying in a few minutes.
Michael Johns, an old man residing
in Wheatfield twp., died on Saturday
night It is stated that an insurance of
$65,000 was on bis life, mostly held in
A lad named Dougherty, fell under a
freight train at Harrisburg on Thursday,
and had both legs so badly crushed that
they had to be amputated. Another
warning to the boys.
We notice many of our exchanges are
swindled by the " Pad" advertisers. We
tried to save them this loss by caution
ing them six months ago, as from infor
mation we bad we were confident the
concern was a swindle.
The house occupied by Mr. A. H.
len, in Carroll twp., near Shermans
dale, took fire and wag burned to the
ground on Thursday last. Much of the
furniture was also destroyed. We did
not learn how the fire originated.
Xrhe hotel in Millerstown kept by Shu
xrtan Miller was on fire in the garret on
(Sunday a wek, but fortunately the
flame was extinguished before much
damage was done. The fire caught from
a stove pipe which passed up through
the floor, coming apart.
' A family named Hart, residing near
Llsburn, in Cumberland co., were last
week poisoned by the glazing from an
earthen crock coming oft' into the apple
butter, of which they had eaten. The
sick persons all recovered, but one had
a close call.
Mr. J. W. Rice, though over 60 years
of age, walked from Sandy Hill to
Bloom field, and back home again, re
maining two hours in this place, and
did it all before 1 o'clock. This made a
distance of 32 miles and over muddy
roads, which we cull a pretty good fore
On the morning of the 15th inst.,l)an
iel Kessler, of Middlecreek twp, Snyder
co., hanged himself in bin barn with a
halter strap. He had gone to the barn to
feed his stock; and bis grandson, after
finishing breakfast, went out to assist
him, but going into the stable found him
hanging at the hay-rack, dead. Post.
Our good friend Emanuel Troutman,
of Ffoutz'g Valley, had four of his stock
cattle so badly lacerated on the belly, re
cently, that the entrails protruded. He
thinks that some of the neighbors' dogs
tore them, but the belief is that the cat
tle were running in a clearing of Mr.
T's, and were injured by snags. The
latter seems to be the most plausible,
although the former may be the cause.
We trunt he may be able to save their
Three citizens of Heading, Pa., were
last week accused for a murder alleged
to have been committed fifteen years ago.
The names of the accused are Qeorge
(Jottschall, Samuel . Butterwick and
William Eller. Uottscball was the pro-
Jrietor of a resort on Cedar street, in
leading, known as Buck Hall, which
during the war was frequented by ol
dlers passing through Heading. The
murdered man was a soldier. The arrest
was made iu consequence of a confess
ion made by Mrs. Oottschall the wife
of one of the accused. The accused were
subsequently discharged for lack of
Pornpnnl. John Humes, Enq., a for
mer resident of this borough, died at
A 1 toon a, on the 19th Inst., after a few
days illness. Mr. II. was a wagon
mnker by trade, and at one time carried
on business in this town In the shop
now occupied by 8. II. Beck & Bro.
Mr. Henry Cooper, who we stated last
week was very ill, died on Haturday last.
Mr. Cooper was one of the most enter
prising farmers in Tyrone twp., and
leaves a large circle of friends and rela
tives to mourn his death. Funeral to
take place on Wednesday at 10 A. M.
We reeret to have to record the death
of Mr. Win. Everhart, of Millerstown.
He was a worthy citizen and his death
will remove one of the best business
men of that place.
Diincannon Hems. From the Record
we copy the following :
While working at the rolls in the
mill the other day Kobert Clark almost
had an eye burned out by a hot flash.
While Mr. Light, Dr. Swartz'g far
mer, wag crossing the railroad the other
day with his team, the saddle horse be
came fast between the rail and the plank
and fell. Fortunately no train was
passing at the time.
Mr. Jacob Keel, a nailer in the nail
works, while repairing one of his ma
chines on Wednesday was struck by a
scrap, which cut a deep gash over the
The Amateur Dramatic Troupe of this
filace, will appear before the footlights
n Pennell's Hall, about the 12th of
May, in a very entertaining drama. Be
prepared to see it.
Badly Hurt. Benjamin Llghtner, re
siding in SheafTers Valley, received a
terrible Injury on Wednesday last in a
singular manner. He was on the mow
and jumped down on to a door below
which was partly open striking the door
with one leg on each side causing such
Injury as is feared will prove fatal.
A Boy Shot. On Sunday morning
last,Eddie,a son of Wm. Burns, of Dun
cannon, was accldently shot in the neck
by a pistol. His father had the pistol
under his pillow and the lad had found
it and while playing with it the accident
happened. Dr. Dunott, of Harrisburg,
was sent for but was not able to find the
ball, and it is yet uncertain what the
result of the injury will be.
Swan Killed. The Franklin licpoailo
ry says a swan was shot on Small's mill
dam, in Qulncy township, on Monday
of last week, by Mr. Clay of Qelwicks.
It was brought to town for the purpose
of having it stuffed, but as their is no
taxidermist here, the feathers were taken
off and the body thrown away. It
measured nine feet from tip to tip of
wings and weighed twelve pounds.
There were three on the dam but the
other two flew away. It was on exhi
bition at the Indian Queen Hotel in
this place, and many called to see it.
Over a Precipice. Near Clark's Ferry
the railroad, wagon road and canal run
side by side. The side of the road to
wards the canal is supported by a stone
wall. The water lies eighteen feet below
the road. On Saturday George W. Felix,
one of Mr. Daniel Bacon's salesmen,
was returning from a trip up the river.
When about three-fourths of a mile
below the Clark's Ferry bridge the
puffing of a passing freight train fright
ened the horse and he began to back
toward the canal. Before the edge was
reached Mr. Felix sprang out, just in
time to see the horse and wagon go over
the precipice into the canal. The ani
mal managed to keep his head above
water with the vehicle attached to him,
while Mr. Felix ran to a bridge three
fourths of a mile distant, crossed, secured
assistance and rescued him. The animal
was uninjured, but the wagon was badly
damaged and a number of boxes of
goods were lost. The loss will amount
to about fifty dollars; Patriot.
Juniata County. We copy the follow
ing from the Juniata county papers of
last week :
An aged lady, Mrs. Zelders, died near
Richfield, last week, whose life was in
sured for $100,000, so report says.
Luke Davis of Walker twp., received
a dispatch on Wednesday that his brother-in-law,
J. T. McAlister, of Philadel
phia, was not expected to live.
Three of four children of Wm. Kau fir
man, who lives in Milford twp., are
down with scarlet fever and but little
hope is entertained for their recovery.
McClellan Foltz, of Beale township,
went to Nebraska abput the iOth of
March, to make that State hla future
home. After five days' residence in his
adopted State he became disgusted with
the west and returned to Juniata county
on Tuesday of last week. It took him
twelve days to get back.
A stable on the farm of Wm. Puffen
berger, in Fermanagh twp., was set on
fire about 3 o'clock the other morning
and burned. The mow of the stable
had several toBs of hay in it, and in the
under part of the stable were stored a
horse hay rake, a reaper and mower,
cultivators, and other farming imple
ments. Last Friday a three-year-old son of H.
A. Stambaugh, of Fermanagh twp., took
up a corn-stalk and delivered a blow on
the body of the family dog. The dog
sprang at the child, threw him down,
and proceeded to bite the boy in the
arm, along from the wrist to the elbow.
The child was clad in thick goods, and
the teeth of the animal failed to reach
the flesh, excepting at the wrist. The
arm, however, Was severely bruised.
Afterwards an older son of Mr. Stain
baugh, while in the act of tying the dog
was also bitten. The dog was not suf
fering from hydrophobia.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland papers
of last week :
Ked Saxe, the notorious robber, who
was convicted In our Court last week
of being the ringleader in the Eckert and
McKeehan robberies was taken to the
Eastern Penitentiary by Deputy-sheriff
Wallace, on Thursday morning last.
His time will expire tea years hence.
Our townsman, Mr. John Zimmer
man, was "euchred" on Saturday after
noon, on North street. He attempted to
drive a fractious colt, but before he had
seated himself securely In the buggy the
colt started, and although John is an old
and experienced horseman, aud strug
gled hard to prevent a run-off, the colt
succeeded in getting away from him,
and demolished the buggy and harness.
James E. Holllday, a well-known col
ored citizen of tills Borough, died at his
residence, on West Main Street, on last
Sunday night. He had been aflllcted for
sometime past with rheumatism, but
not confined to the house, and was
able to walk about, and was at church
Sunday morning. He went to bed in
the evening and died almost without a
struggle. Shippen&burg News.
Mrs. Margaret, wife of George Gensler,
of Mt. Holly Springs, formerly of this
place, burned her hands in a shocking
manner, last week, whilst attempting to
place a piece of zinc under the parlor
stove, which was very hot at the time,
and which was about falling over on a
little son of that lady. The little fellow's
life was no doubt saved by his faithful
mother, who prevented the stove from
falling upon him, but her suffering is
Road Proceedings. The following road
business was transacted atjthe late court:
The petition of a uumber of tbe citizens of
Oliver twp., and tbe boron (?h of Newport, ask
ing tbe Court to appoint proper persona to
view and lay out a road to lead from Fourth
street, Newport, to a point at or near th e
mouth of Purgatory Run, Oliver twp., was
presented, and order granted as preyed for,
with John K. Smith, Henry Buckwalter and
Joseph F. liealor as viewers.
Petition to view and lay out public road from
a point near George Fronts' blacksmith shop,
to a point in public road near lands of 8. II.
Baker, in Greenwood twp. Wru. Cook, Wm.
Lindsay and Jos. Lupfer, viewers.
Order to view a private road through lands
of Isaiah Carl, in Oliver twp., confirmed ni li.
Petition to change and vacate public road
from point near east end of Centre church
lane, In Madison twp., on road leading to
Newport, to a point on road from Waggoner's
to Bandy Hill, at or near George Wolf's, In
8avllle twp. J.Woods, IV m. A. Kline and
Wm. Gray, viewers.
Petition to view a site for a county bridge
over Laurel Run, at or near P. Lightner's mill,
in Tyrone twp. W. Smiley, Bamuel Rebert,
C. Blonder, J. W. Huston, John M'Cord and
David Fair, viewers.
Order to view site for county bridge over Big
Buffalo creek, at Emanuel Bmlth's, iu Tusca
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For Tub Tim is.
Blain, Perry Co., Pa., April 20, 1881.
Editor op The Times : I take this method
of saying, through the columus of your paper,
that I extend my cordial thanks and best re
gards to the band and others, for the delightful
music which they furnished In light doses last
flight in front of tbe Parsonage.
Mrs. Ely has been visiting friends in Phila
delphia and Harrisburg, alBO McVeytown, and
had In company with myself just returned.
Her health has improved very much and she
appears to be hale and vigorous.
Allow me to name some of the pieces of
music played by the Band at the Parsonage.
I. " Tapping on the Wludow-Pane," IJulck
8. "Iona," Quickstep.
II. " Hail Soldier there'll be rest by and by."
4. 'Hellotrope," Schottlsche.
5. "General Sherman," Quickstep,
ti. " Home Bweet Home."
After the guests who had assembled at the
Parsonage had enjoyed tho serenade, thanks
were returned to the boys with a request to
call again. I observed a marked improvement
by the band in many respects. Our boys
practice frequently and are destined to take
rank among the Bands throughout the County.
J. W. Elt.
For Tub Tim is.
Killed in Jail.
An affray or drnnken fight occurred in the
Clearfield conuty Jail during the afternoon of
Friday the 8th Inst., In which Edward Good
man was (tabbed and almost instantly killed
by a fellow prisoner named George Evans.
Goodman, a sturdy, rather fine looking young
coal miner about 19 years of age, was commit
ted by a Du Bols Justice the day before on a
charge of larceny. On the day of the killing,
his brother Patrick Goodman, drove np to the
jail in a buggy with a woman whom he claim
ed was bis slater, but who proved to be an
abandoned woman. Boltrwere admitted, then
went out, probably for more whiskey, and were
admitted a seconcLtlme. The cells of all the
Siisonera (except that of John Newllng, who
uuder sentence of death for the murder of a
man named Pennington, at Houtsdale) are
opened during the day, giving them free access
to the several cells aud the corridors. They
have lately employed themselves making small
fanclly carved aud varnished bureaus and
dressing cases filled np with drawer and mir
rors, from old cigar boxes and have had pocket-knives
allowed them for tbe purpose. It
seems tbe woman bad tra Diced with Evans for
one of these article and then he refused to
give it to her, offering her only an inferior one,
whereupon Goodman expostulated with hi in
and they came to blows. The woman tried to
part them but Pat Goodman rushed into the
veil and forced her out. Goodman got Evan
down and after giving him several blow let
him up when Evan seized the knife and struck
bim on the left side, but one of the rib seems
to have glanced it and it closed and cut hi
thumb. A second blow pierced the left breast,
and as the post mortem examination showed,
passed through the lung and entered the lea
ventricle of the heart. Goodman rushed out
trying, "lam subbed," walked dowu the
step to the lower corridor and fell dead.
Evan fs a young man of about twenty, also
a miner, and 1 under conviction of manslaugh
ter for killing a Swede named llogonsen, and
seriously wouudiug another named Bergatroin,
in a drunken brawl that occurred on tbe way
to a brothel in Houtzdale, in June 1880, and I
confined pending an application for anew trial
which is yet undisposed of. He is, though so
young, a desperate churacter, being blamed
with the death ef an Ofieols liable boy some
time ago, and also with violently assaulting a
fellow workman with a sharp coal pick during
the late strike, the man only saving his life by
dodging backwards, when the pick grazed his
breast and passed down between his person and
his clothes. His attorneys depend principally
for a new trial upon the alleged suppression of
evidence by the prosecuting attorney. The
defense set np being that In the" melee tbo
wounded Bwede shot bis companion, in proof
of which they displayed the bullet taken from
the body of the murdered man, which had a
concave base and unlike any American make,
from which they argued that it was shot from
the revolver of the Bwede, which he had
brought with him from Sweden a few months
before. The prosecution clalmsd that the
Swede, who fled as soon as wounded and was
found next morning almost dead had lost his
revolver In tbe flight and that be bad no
remaining cartridges either. But the defense
suqsequently discovered that the Common
wealth's attorneys had teen and handled some
of tbe Swede's remaining cartridges and con
cealed the fact though they exactly correspond
ed with the bullet taken frum the dead Swede's
body. It is generally agreed however that a
new trial would result In a verdict of murder,
as despite the above, the casewai but Illy tried
for the Commonwealth.
Immediately after tbe killing In the jail
much exctlctnettt was caused by the report that
a party had entered the Jail, killed a man and
escaped. This was caused by the brother
and the woman immediately driving off In
tbe buggy. They were overtaken by the
Sheriff and detained as witnesses at the iuquest
when they were discharged. The flourishing
of a revolver by the brother In the cell aid the
brag of how he could break out caused an un
founded report that they had entered to aid the
prisoners In escaping. They seem to have had
no purpose in their visit different from other
visitors of their class, and tbe bad result can
only be attributed to bad passions inflamed by
bad whiskey, had through bad prison discipline.
D. H. B.
Clearfield, Pa., April 14, 1881.
The above letter was received too late for
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Church Notices .
Reformed Church. Preaching next
Sunday at 2J P. M. Prayermeeting on
Lutheran Church. Prpaohinor in tho
Lutheran church next Sunday at 10:30
Uulon meeting in the Methodist
Jiiurcu, next Sunday evening by llev
Presbyterian Church Preaching next
nuuuay m n a. m., ana Hunuay
school at 0:30 A. M., and prayer
meeting 7 o'clock Wednesday evening.
EggS for Ilatchinir from mire hrpri Plv
mouth Hocks. Price $1.25 per dozen,
j--.uu per two uozen.
II. D. Stewart,
Landisburg, Perry Co., Pa.
County Price Current.
Bloohfibld, April 25, )KM
Butter V pound 16018
Kkrs fl dozen 11 "
Dried Apples V pound Sjts"
Dried Peaches 10 m 12 eta. y
Niwr-X. rll 23, JM1.
Flour. Ultra ... 15.(0
" Super S.2o
White Wbeat old .. .1 log
Ked Wbeat.oU IDS
Oats V 32 pounds, 330 33
Clover Seed per pound 586 ceuu
Timothy Heed I 0t
Flax Seed i 80
Bacon, S O 8
Lard Scent '
Hams, 19 cents.
Grtiuud Alum Salt, 1 1001 10
Llineburner's Uoal SI 00 O 1 Si
Stove Goal 4 75 O 6 W
Pea Coal, S 00
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Pun.Anm.PHiA, April ti, lfl(V.
Flour nnietttert: entma t:i nnrts flOi Pennsyl
vania ramlly. S4.M) t tt.75 Mlnnewta do., KHUO
I.V12! piUAtit.aiirt Meii grades. SH.5UW7.0H
itve Hour, n 2'tw.iJ!..
Wheat. 120 O 12!.
Corn yellow. fflOWo.i mixed. fAQ'te..
Out aiilet i Peiiiiivlvnnln and western white.
(4(f4Mc. : weaferu lltlxed.42tt U.
Rice Krv-On April 17th. 1M1, at the Lutheran
Rarsonage in this place, nv nev. a. h. Hiiniiulct
Ir. M. fill her Itlce to Miss Laura K. Kr v. Colli
of Blue Ball, this county.
Peath nntirea not eireeiHtia 8 lines Inaertert wlthmH
cliitrKP. nut a ccntH jht line will nivarmiiiy ie rnarir
ed for Trilmtea of Keaiwct, Poetry, or oilier re marke
Evpriiart On the 19th of Aorll. IflSl. In Mil
lerstown, Mr. William KTerha.it. aged 42 years, 3
months and 12 days-
iiioMAs vn ine win oi April. ini. in ratter,
son. Juniata county, Pa., Mrs. Elizabeth Tliomui,
mother of John and Allen Sailor, of Newport,
aged 4 years, 11 months and 19 days.
Housii On the 16th of April, Michael Reush, of
Liverpool township, aged about 14 years.
Beidkks On the 14th of April, lttHl, Mrs. Held
era, of Turkey Valley, Juniata county, aged 76
Johns. On April the 21th. 1BS1, in WheatDeld
twp., Michael Johns, aged 83 years.
QRPHANS' COURT SALE
TUB undersigned Administrator of the estate
of Mary Hilks, late of Oreenwond township, Verrv
county. Pa., deceased, by virtue of an order of
the Orphans' Court of said cvmty, will expoie to
public sale upon the premises,
On Thursday, the 19th of May, 1881..
Atone o'clock P. M.,
the real estate of raid decedent, situate in Green
wood township, Perry oounty, being .
37 Lots of Ground,
numbered from 10 to 20, both Inclusive, and from
No. 60 to No.65. both inclusivs, aud also lot No.
67 in the town laid ont by Samuel Urubb and ty
him named LIBERTY HALL, In said township. -
The said Thirty seven Lots of around will be
sold either separately, or as a whole, or In two or
more lots to suit purchasers and as the best In
terests of the estate may require.
TERMS Ten per cent, ef the purchase money
to be paid cash ; forty per cent, thereof to b paid
on confirmation of sale, when possession will be
given and Deed delivered, and tne remainder to.
be paid on the 1st of April, 1882, to be secured by
by J udgmeut Bonds.
JOHN A SILKS,
Administrator of Mary Hilks..
April 26, 1881.
ALU A BE FARM
The heirs of Frederick Lauver, dee'd, hereby
offer at private sale, the Mansion Farm of said
deceased, situate In Greenwood township, Perry
county. Pa., adjoining lands of J. Aucker, J. (1.
Jones, J. Kipp, and others, contains 155 ACRES,
about 115 acres cleared and in a high state of
cultivation, and the balance well set with timber.
The Improvements are a large double t RAM K
HOUSE, BANK BARN, Wash and Corn Houses,
and other Outbuildings, with a never falling well
of water near the door. There is also an eicillent
Orchard of choice Fruit on said farm. This Is a
very desirable property, being locuted In a Valley
abounding with lime stone, and within about 'i'A
miles of Millerstown, and the Pennsylvanian k.
R.. convenient to Stores, Schools Churches, and
Mills. Tittle perfect. For further information
as to terms, etc ., call en the undersigned residing
on vbe farm, or address by mail
8. A. LAUVER.
17 6t Millerstown, Perry Co., Pa.
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O THE SCHOOL DIRECTORS OF PERRY
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