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PA.. SEPTEMBER 20. 1881.
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PENNSYLVANIA a. B.-MIDELE DIVISION.
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Daily theotlu'i-triiliiH Dully except Huuday.
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fi.lM A. -M.
The Millcrstown bridge is bo far emu
jileted that tenuis cross over it in tiafct.
Prof. Sihis Wright lma aeoentetl the
jiOBitlon of Principal of the Liverpool
j' public schools.
A fine stallion bflonglrjR to Oeorg"
Barrier, of Pfoutz's Valley, ilieti of colli
a few nights ago.
A little rain on Friilay morning ami
Friday night settled the dust, but did
not do niuuU towards putting the ground
into condition for plowing. '
A five-year-old son of Mr. John Sny
der, of ltye twp., was kicked by a horse
on Thursday last. He was struck on the
forehead, and badly but not fatally hurt.
John Klpp, an employe of Cook's boat
yard, on Friday last week, while hewing
clamping for a canal boat the ax glanced
and striking his knee cap, produced an
On account of the inclemency of the
weather, the Pio-Nic of the three Bab
bath Schools of Elliottsburg, which was
to beheld in Stambaugh's woods, near
Uroen Park, was postponed until Bat
rnDAY, the 1st of October, 18H1.J,..
Mr. John McBride, tenant on the
Lupfer farm near this place, shows some
corn stalks that are 12 feet high about 8
i t'eet to the first ear and the two ears are
- i,-ood length and well filled. Who says
there is no corn this season.
Mr. J. D. Bhatto, of Duncannon, who
is employed as Flagman was severely in
jured while in performance of his duty
near Altoona. He cannot tell how he
was hurt but thinks he was struck by a
Mary E. Schiller, late of Madame
Seller's School of Vocal Art and Instru
mental Music. ( Philadelphia), will open
a music school at Duncannon, Oct. 3rd,
1881. Advantages of city Bchools at
moderate rates. Write for particulars..
Vm. Pines, of Liverpool township,
was found dead in a fieid, a short dis
tance from his residence, on Wednesday
last. He left his home to visit neighbors,
mid in crossing the field dropped dead.
He was about sixty years old. '
The first district union Sabbath school
association of Perry county will hold
tiieir sixteenth session at Markleville on '
Saturday and Sunday, September 24 and.
i kr), 1881, upon which occasion the auiiu-
al election of officers will take place. - '
A little son of Joseph M'Naughton,
living near Cook's saw mill, had both
bones of his right leg broken on Monday ;
by falling olf a wagon, the wheal of
which passed over the leg about midway
between the knee and ankle. Dr. J. B.
Eby adjusted the fracture. Newport
' Mr. Henry Foulk, of Rye township,
has a pumpkin vine, that is rather a
curiosity, It grew from a seed that fell
into a crack in his meat bench and is a
large and vigorous vine though it has
no root except what it can get into the
The Greencastle Echo says : " S. 8.
Ledy, of this neighborhood, while in
attendance at the Grangers' Picnlo, at
Williams' Grove, on Thursday last had
his pocket picked of a silver watch and
chain. His friend W. L. Rhodes, says
he was with Mr. Ledy all day, kept, as
he thought a vigilant lookout for the
light-fingered gentry, but must admit
that the fellow "got his work in well"
Personal. Clayton McKenzie, fore
man of the Philadelphia 2'imsn. is visit
ing his father, Mr. John McKenzie, In
this place. (
Win. M. Sutch, Esq., and family, for
merly residents of this borough, now of
( Altoona, are visiting friends in this
Miss Minnie McLaughlin, of New
Germantown, this county, is now iu
town, visiting Miss Irene McCroskey.
, V, We regret to learn of the death of the
wife of Frank Fry, Esq., of the New
j yiort News. In this severe affliction we
t tender the bereaved husband our sincere
We are sorry to learn that Mr. J. P.
Cromleigh, who went West hoping for
improved health, died . at Denver on
Soldiers' Keuulou. The Seventh An
nual Reunion of the Soldiers of Perry
Co., will be held In Milleretown, Pa., on
Wednesday, Oct. 12th, 1881. Gen. Jan.
A. Beaver, will be orator of the day.
The P. H. B. company will Ibhuo excur.
sion tickets on nald day, from (he fol
lowing places : Marysville, Duncannon,
"Juniata Bridge, Port P.oyal and MiiU'ii.
The Millersto'wn bridge will be free an
lire In Liverpool. On Thursday even
ing, the 10th Insti the barn of Jas. II.
Case, In Liverpool borough, together
with the hay, graln( wagon and sleigh,
was totally destroyed by fire. No Insu
rance. It is supposed that it was set
on fire for the purpose of plunder; as
the store of Geo. C. Snyder was entered
and the money drawer containing about
twenty dollars wag stolen, during the
fire. A stranger had been lounging in
anil about the premises ' during the
Jtnrii lliirnl. At about 12 o'clock on
Monday night, the 12th instant, the
splendid barn belonging to the Cum
berland Co. Poor House, near Carlisle,
wag discovered to be on fire, and before
the flames could be subdued, the build
ing wag entirely consumed, with the
following contents : Two mules, one
driving horse, one fine bull and three
small calves, aud one pony. In ad
dition to this loss of live stock, there
was burned, In the barn, 2,000 dozen
sheaves of wheat, 300 bushels of it be.
lug threshed and in the granary ; about
1,800 bushels of oats,' part of It being
threshed ; 80 tons of hay, a large new
wagon, an eight-horse separator aud a
great many other valuable farm Imple
ments, and all the gears and harness be
longing to the farm. The loss is very
heavy aud estimated at from six to
eight thousand dollors, and it may be
considerable above these figures as at
this writing sufficient time has not
elapsed for any close calculation. There
was about 0,500 Insurance upon the barn,
grain, stock and farmlug implements,
all in the Farmers' Insurance -Company
of York, Pa., and In the Watertown,
N. Y. The fire is supposed to have
been the work of an incendary.
Sorrow Escape eT a Barn. A barn
near Mount Hock, belonging to Mrs.
Margaret Davidson, of this place, came
near being destroyed by fire on Wdnes
day last. Mr. Samuel Green, the far
mer, was away at the time engaging
some one to thresh out his cloverseed.
It appears a boy was engaged burning
brush on a neighboring farm. Ivrlng
the day he found that the ' flames had
communicated to the grass and were
working toward the barn. He immedi
ately gave the alarm, rousing the neigh
borhood as much as possible. Two boys
who were plowing near by, W-lth com
mendable presence of mind, immediate
ly brought their teams to the field con
tiguous to the barn, and commenced
plowing furrows. This was done with
alacrity and barely in time to check the
fire. The, fire however reached a clover
sued stack, destroying, it, the estimated
value of whlclris about fifty dollars.
Several 'stacks of wheat barely escaped
being caught. 'Most of the men in the
neighborhood were attending the sale of
D. S. Kerr, but the women worked like
Trojans, notwithstanding the heat of
the day, which was simply intense.
About one thousand rails were also de
Btroyed. Ncwville Star.
Deadly Kerosene. On Friday evening
last, a son of Michael M'Gee'g, of Lou
don, aged about eight years, attempted
to hasten the kindling of a fire by pour-,
ing on kerosene. While in the act the
oil in the vessel ignited and exploded,
scattering the blazing fluid over his
person aud horribly burning him. The
boy lingered in agony for several hours,
when death relieved him of his suffer
ings. And thus it is one more unfortu
nate is added to the already unparalleled
list of kerosene victims; one more life
blotted out in the happiness of child
hood. A man would not handle or al
low to be handled carelessly a portion of
dynamite or nitro glycerine, and yet
carelessness with kerosene has destroyed
more lives than did ever either of these
other explosives. While we deplore
this fatal occurrence we again seek to
impress on the minds of the people the
danger of using this fluid in any other
manner than that for which it is in
tended. ranklin liepo&itory.
Killed on tho ltallroud. An unknown
man was found on the railroad track at
the junction, below Mlddletown last
evening, dead. He is described as being
tattooed on the breast with a figure of
the SaVlor on the cross. He has the
initials N. R. J. on the right 'arm, and
an anchor and cross on the left arm,
with words "In Memory of Brother."
He had a. Pennsylvania railroad time
table and spool of black thread in his
pockets. He bad dark hair and a red
mustache, dirty calico shirt, dark pants
and coat. Patriot of the ICth innt.
A Dangerous Fall. Wednesday even
ing of last week Joseph Albert of this
place met with a painful accident by
falling through the large trap door iu
the butcher shop. He fell down back
wards, and when he fell he had a butch
el knife and a butcher's cleaver in one
hand and u lamp in the other. He fell
about 10 feet.striking on his right shoul
der and dislocating it. He was cut some
and otherwise Injured, but the most
serious injury was the dislocation of tho
shoulder, lie mude a narrow escape
from death, as falling upon his head
would no doubt have dislocated his
neck. Sdimyrove Times.
Democratic Comity t'onrpiitlon. The
Delegates elected on Saturday last, met
In the Court House on Monday, for the
purpose of nominating a county ticket.
The Convention organized at 11A.M.,
by the election or B. F. MILLER, of
Oliver twp., President and P. K.
BrtANDT, of Newport, Secretary.
The following Is a list of the Delegates
Toboytie Jneob Kramer, J. J. Morrison.
Blnlii Samuel Woods, J. W. Kollor.
Jackson Henry Kluesuiltb, J no. O. Do
lunrjr, Wm. Orwliig.
Madison Abe Bistllne, Geo. Bnrrel.
Bandy 1111111. Good, 8. N. Ilonch.
Tyrone Jno, V. Helms. JelT. Baker, Alex.
8irln(r Jas. A. Gray, Jas. SwlBber, W. 11.
Itlncsmlth, Fred. Boudr.
f Ltttidisburg W. H. Burtnett, J. M. Wilson.
Carroll Jos. M'Cllntock, Jacob Clay.
Savllle AValkor Uromgold, David L. fiwartji,
Wilson Gray, Jacob Markel.
ltye W.Myers, W. Albright.
Marysvllle BenJ. F. Flleklnger, Daniel
A Punn Alex. Wlilte, Chester Bteel.
r Duncannon Jno. Fooee, Andrew Burd.
. Wheatflcld C. Khoades, Henry Leppard.
Miller Chaa. Bmlth, W. B. Cook.
Oliver B. F. Miller, W. B. Btatnbaugh.
Tnsenrora Cbns. Kramer, Fletrhor Bralth.
Juniata Thomas M'Donald, Thomas Bul
lenhcrger. Newport J. C. Barrett, Perry Brandt.
Centre Ioalah C. Fonse, Abram Pee.
Illoomllnld J. C. McAllister, David Mickey,
Howe D. Mont!!, H. Markle.
Greenwood C. V. Brandt, Saml. Haas. .
Millcrstown J. Klncliarl, N. Hlnehart.
Liverpool Bor. Pelcg Btilrtevant, U. C.
Liverpool twp., Leonard Uleh, J. Noll.
Bulla'.o Chas. Fortney, Geo. Kepner.
New Buflalo Jno. A. Albright, Culvln
Watts J. Anderson, R. F. Thompson.
At one o'clock the Convention again
met and proceeded to business.
' 0 1 1 It E l' 1 1 E S E N'T A T I V E DELEGATE .
J. K, Blattenberger, of Buffalo was
chosen, and for
A. J. Stabler, W. W. Frymyer aud A.
KOH ritESIDENT JUDUE
One bullot was taken, the ballot being
Chas. A. Barnett 30; C. J. T. Mclutire
13; W. N. Seibert W.
VOIl ItEGIHTEIl AND .ltECOHDEIl
One ballot was had the ballot being
Joslah Rice, of Saville, S3 ; Geo. Bryner,
of Bloomfleld, 31.
Five ballots were had. The first was,
Smith 21 ; Steel 20; Watson 11; Mes
sjmer 14. On fifth ballot John P. Bteel,
of Penn twp., was made the nominee
having received 37 votes.
t FPU COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
"Jds. B. Black, of Oliver, had 42 votes
aud John Yohn of Newport had 21
votes. On 2nd ballot the vote was S.
Earner of Liverpool, 43 ; Fisher 0 ; Bal
tosser 1 J ; Leppard 4 ; Shoemaker 2 ;
making the nominees Black and Barner.
FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY.
Ephralui Long, of Liverpool, was
nominated by acclamation.
FOR DIRECTOR OF THE FOOR.
llenj. Bistllne was nominated on the
iceond ballot. '
FOR COUNTY AUDITORS.
W. A. Morrison and Geo. C.' ShelLley.
The following is a list of the Teachers
appointed for Duncannon and Penu
township : No 1 , Duncannon borough,
J. M. McCaskey, salary, $35 ; No. 2 , F.
L. Zelgler, $35 ; No. 3, Miss Lydia Mc
Donald,$32.50; No.4,Mis8 Amanda Pass
more, 35. '.'
Penn township -.Duncannon No. 1,
S. H. Green, f30? No. 2, Miss H. V.
Lane,$28;No. 3, Miss Carrie Wilson,
28.; BaBklnsville High, C. O. Smith, ?30 ;
primary. Miss I. May Stewart, $28;
Michners, Dr. Michael Price, $30 ; Hick,
ory Grove, Miss M. Alice Hess, f .10 ;
Upper Cove, Miss Emma M. Smiley, $23;,
Middle Cove, David Boyd, $30 ; Lower
Cove, F. B. Ellis, $20; Mount Pleasant,
Chester L. Steel, $23. The borough
will have 7 months and the township 5
months term. Borough schools opened
on Monday last, township will open on
Items from Centre. The people of this
place feel that the Lord has blessed them
with bountiful showers of rain.
A show passed through here a few
days since and exhibited some very fine
paintings among which was the assassin
atlon of Garfield.
The upper Liberty school house was
burned a few nights since. It is suppos
ed to be the work of an incendary. '
Mr. Loy has attached a small patent
tread-mill to his churn aud has a large
bull-dog to tiead it which has been pro
nounced the curiosity of curiosities.
Rev. Stewart, of Scotland, preached
on last Sabbath in the Presbyterian,
church at this place and had a very at
tentive audience. II.
Splendid Yield. The following letter
explains itself. The grain referred to is
the "Smith Wheat," (not the J. C.
Smith Chili though):
Liverpool, Pa., Sept. 12.
Mr. J. C. HoLLEMtAUciii Dear Sir,
I have threshed my wheat and if you
waut rive bushels you cau have it. I
Lad 103 doz. and it gave 120 bushels.
Geo. C. Enyder.
. JnaIqU County, We copy the follow,
lug from the Juniata county papers of
last week i
I From Tlit MIJJHntoifn Sentinel.
Warren KinDilnger, a boy aged about
8 years, living In Patterson, was almost
drowned In the "horse hole" ' In the
river at the third plerof the river bridge,
last Wednesday. William Wright, a
boy aged about 12 years, caught the
drowning boy by the hair and drew him
to shore. The lad was rolled on a log
till he so revived that he was able to
John Musser a citizen of Walker twp,,
fell from a buck-wagon a few day ago
and broke a shoulder boue. Dr. Smith
tet the broken bone,
Mr. James North was engaged In
burning brush on his farm In Milford
twp., on Monday. The fire got out of
the brush into a corn-field, and before
the (lames were extinguished about half
of the corn In the field was "burned
tfVom Tlie Port lloyal Times.)
Mr. L. L. Leonard, who lias so suc
cessfully superintended the flowing mill
at Peru for more than a year past, has
resigned his position and takes his de.
parture for Cleveland, Ohio, where he
will pursue the milling business In a
steam mill where his brother J. T. Leon
ard Is now employed.
On Saturday evening of last week Mr.
Jnmes L. McC'achren.son of Mr. Henry
McCachren, of Turbett twp., was found
dead In bed at his father's residence.
He had been engaged in helping to
thresh wheat at the barn of Mr. Benj.
Grouinger in the forenoon of Saturdoy,
and at noon partook heartily of dinner,
after which lie went to the home of his
father and retired to bed, saying that
he felt tirpil and thought lie would lie
tlown awhile. Not making his appear
ance at supper time, a member of the
family went to his room to ask him to
supper, and to their horror found him
dead. It is supposed he (lied of heart
disense. His age was 37 years', 0 mouths
and 10 days.
Cumberland County. We copy the fol
lowing from the Cumberland couuty
papers of last week :
IFromtie Herald A Mirror
John Burns, colored, made his appear
ance In our borough yesterday, ami was
seen near the gas house by Officer Hays.
Knowing that if Burns caught sight of
him he would be off like a streak, he en
gaged Harry Albert to engage the negro
iu conversation while lie and Officer
Bautz would take him from the rear.
Albert proceeded to where he was, and
immediately seized him. But Burns
got loose and started to run, when Al
bert threw a stone which struck him in
the head and partly felled him. Albert
then rushed upon him, but the darkey
was too strong. Using a stone, he beat
Albert pretty badly, and then took to
his heels again, and escaped. Dr. Krlse
attended to the Injured man, and he is at
work the same as if nothing had occur
red. Teacher Wanted. The School Board
of the borough of Landisburg, will
meet on the evening of Friday, Sept.
23rd, 1881, for the purpose of selecting a
teacher for the High School of said .bor
ough. For further information address
G. W. Hem, Sec.
Sept. 21st, 1881. It
We are offering some bargains, in
boots for Winter wear. The Stock is
the best, but as the assoitment of sizes
is. broken up, we are closing out these
odd lots at great reduction. Perhaps
wehavetho size you want, though in
this job lot.
Still Alive 1 I am still alive and ready
to cut and fit suits in good style. If
wanting any work In my line, give me
a call. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Samuel Bentzel, .
April 6, '8Q.tf New Bloomfleld, Pa.
Preaching in the M. E. Church next
Sunday at 101 A. M.
Presbyterian preaching next Sunday
at 11 A. M. Quarterly Concert on Sun
day eyening at Hi o'clock. Prayer meet
ing and Bunday School as usual.
Prayer Meeting in the Reformed
church next Sunday at lOi o'clock,
Sunday School at 9 o'clock.
Wanted. A boy to learn Shoemaking.
Must be intelligent and of good moral
character. Apply immediately to
08 N. 8. Eiiersole, Loysville, Pa.
Connty Price Current.
Bloom riu.D, Sept. 19. lM
Flan-Mnml ; 1 2b
Butter ft I'ouud 2i25
Ekk V dozen , 17"
Dried Apples V pound 3cti"
Dried reaches 10 (J 12 ets. T
Philadelphia Produce Market.
Philadelphia, Kept 17, 1881
Flour unsettled: extras 13 0A3 60 : Pennv.
vaula family, tl.AO O fi.76 Mtnnesnta do., M.bufl
to.Vl; patent and hittli grades. td.SPt7.0U
ltye Hour, H 2S0;l.2n.
Wheat, m 14
Corn yellow. 6H0O.72: mixed. 68870c.
nts quiets Pennsylvania aud western whit
4SW.V)C. : western uiixed,43S15.
Baib Iuxoekich. On Sept. 15th. 18St, at the
residence of the bi iile" pmmits. by Uev. W. H.
(iluiHlnii?. t-aml. K. buir to MaryE. luimerich, ail
Kfiirtettek Bidding On Sept, 1.1th. lfSI. In
Newport, by Ker. I. 8. OrwitiR, lleniy Kerstet.
trr, of Millet-Mown, this Co.. to Preeilla bidding,
of Turkey Valley. Juniata c-ountv.
Wooite-DnliKAY. On Sept. (Mil. In Hnr-l-istini-tf.lT
!ev. M. B. ll:unlin,I. 1.. W. T. Wood,
of Tyrone, I'a., formerly ol Sewpart. to Alice
Uelirav, of Port Royal.
Miller Hitrtnktt. On Aug. snth. im. 1a
Diiueannou. ly Rev. O. I. Ilehuty, Jos. H. Miller,
of lliillfiiK, Pa to Miss C'uiu A. buriuett, of
Rhf.a Monnow. At the residence of the
briilti'n mother, in K:mt VVaterlord. Juulata Co.,
liy Rev. 8. A. Itavt-noort. John A. Klien. of New
(lenminiottu, to Annie l. Monow, of East Wut-eifoid.
LitzimiiE'L On 8pt. fh,iKR1. In Ea't Newport
Jos. A. Lllzlnger, aijtd M years, 6 months and
llENcu.-On Sept. 7th, IfMI, In Tyrone twp.,
Mary A. daughter of fccutt Ileneh, aged 3 years,
6 months and 14 days.
Vbaki b.-Oii Kept. 4lh, K1. In' Mlllerstown.
Jos. Vrakle, aged 01 years, 2 months and IS days.
INSTANT FAIN RE LIES'-
Is a WONDERFUL and Immedlnto Cure for
AoIicm and lalnrx.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache,
Earache, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, &c.
Iu Sold by all Druggists.
Wholesale Depot, 83 John Street. New York.
Send for Circular. Bept. nu.isu.
Estate of Samuel Miller, Deceased.
I" ETTEItS of Administration nn the ahove
J estate having hen run led to the tinder
signed, all persons Indelited to said estate are re.
quested to make payment, and thoe having
claims to present the same without delay to
WALLACE OkWITT, Administrator.
Sept. 20, 1881
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years old falls to play ANY ONE of our Popular
Tunes on the Piano, Organ, or Melodeon, within
One Hour after receiving the Music and Instruc
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ures before It, from 1 to 100 correctly.
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ll V C.I1 UIIO torneys at l.aw and Patent
Solicitors, 617 Seventh Street, Washington. I. C,
for Instructions. Heasouahle teims. Jteferenees
and advice sent FKKK. We attend exclusively
to Patent husiness. Kelssues, Interferences, anil
cases rejected In other hands a specialtv. Caveats
solicited. I'pon receipt of model or agef-h and
description we give our opinion as to patentabil
ity, fkek of ciiakiie . We refer to the Commis
sioner of Patents, also to Ex-Commissioner
Established 18i;. w. c. tf
F. A. Lehmann, Solicitor of American and For
eign Palents. Washington. 1). C All business
connected with Patents, whether before the Pat
ent Ofllce or the Courts, promptly attended to.
Mo charge made Unless a patent secured. Send
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Patents for Inventions.
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No fee for preliminary examination. No fee
unless patent allowed. Fees less than any other
responsible agency. Books ol Information sent
free of charge. Kefcrences furnished upon re
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WANTED D. II. Patty & Co.. nursery
men, want a few good reliable men to sell
trees, vines and shrubs, through this State. They
promise steady employment togood salesmen.
For full particulars address D. II. Patty Co.,
Geneva, N. Y. Si 49
I will offer at public sale my firm situate on
the valley road one quarter mile west of lilooin
held. on ' '
Wednesday, October 6th, 1881,
' . , At 1 o'clock P. M.
Said farm containing
first rate In-quality and cultivation, and having
erected on it all necessary and convenient build
ings and Improvements. There are shade antl
running water In every field. It can ba used lor
grain or dairy purposes, or fcoth. A tract of
33 Acres of Woodland,
convenient to It will be sold with ltv 1 will sell
for a reasonable price and on etsy terms.
September 13, 1881.
A Small Farm For Sale.
ATHACT OF GOOD LAND, containing IS
Acrs, having thereon erected, a GOOD
HOUSE and BARN. Plenty of Fruit of all kinds
and a Sprlngof good water near the house. This
property Is siiiated of a mile from Donnally's
Mills. Perrv County, Pa., and 6 miles from the
Pa. U.K. It is a good place for an Ore miner,
lermseasy. Apply to
Sep. 6. 1881 . ' Perry Co.. Pa.
At Public Sale!
ILL be offered at public, sale, on the prem
ises, in loj snue, ou , , -
Tuesday, September 20th, 1831,
at 10 o'clock A. M.. the follow'.ng described prop
erty, to wit: AU that certain piece or parcel or
tract of land or
LOT OF GROUND,
situate In the village of Lovsvll'e, Perry eonnry,
Pa., bounded and described as follows: Adjoin
lug landsof George Kitter on the South, on the
West bv an alley of twelve feet, on the North by
a lot of' David Evans' heirs, and on the East bv
public road, said lot being 19) feet deep, r onf.iin
ing about one acre, Uayiug thereon, euxud a two
and a half story
AND A GOOD WOOD HOUSE, 8TABLE AND
other outbuildings. There is a well of g-wd v
ter near the front door: also, a spring of muniug
water near the side of the wood house.
This property will be sold as a w hole or in pnrts
to suit purchasers. This property belongs to the
Lutheran Church of the Loysville pastorate aud
is now used ns a parsonage of said charge.
Dy Order ol ConiUiHiee.
September 6, 1SSI.
I EM MA NTS of PKJNTri of tliee we have
, a rrgeiuantltv In g.xMt styles.
In addition to theabove gouds we have a nice
vsortinvutot Ladies N-, kiir., Corsets, Gerinun-
town Yarn, Zephyrs., hiioes mr Lii'iies auu tun-
tlreu.nud thousands of oit-er artit les.
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