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The New Bloomfield Pa Times (Newspaper) - January 21, 1879, New Bloomfield, PennsylvaniaThe times. Ifo in Ducj a attn edit. Pennsylvania b. S. A idols division. Of Mil after junes st trains run follow 1 Westward. Eastward. Way m ill an. 1 Tinni paid j a . Ptah to u t stations. Sex. Tell sex. A 00. . . . , . I. Do , . . D.00 a.1j 1.4.1 lit Rock Villu of 6.46 til Mary Stelle. .54 i n 1 1111 pm Tuou ii. To .811 0 40 rally. 7.47 my a.4j Nour Purt 11.83 i 7.i8 h. 20 7.10, Millerstown .411 7 it 9.s.i t.8s a 7 00 4s 9 2s 7.4h Mexico. 40 a .3 a port it. 10 i0.iu 3 b.00 Mifflin 6 .06 9.10 i0.il 4.ihj j., 6 .40, 1.49 Ander . U 4. 27 my town. 10.b4 i x 8.8h 11.411 4 a n. Hamilton. 10. Illi 4 47 i8.2u to j to Lintt Lindou. 9.871 4 in i. 15 Tyrone 8.w 30 6 50 i. In Alt Louii 8.11 my . .i 11 . P. U. express leaves t ii. An line Hurt tl.67 Allag Rar Rev past Pittsburg at 8.10a. Of in ill r a tit will Stop lit nit Rannon at 4.62 and it Newport rtft.17n.in., of Tim afro Lois via Lamm if r leave Harris Atluru Dill the other trains fun ii exre tit sunday. I i Iligir Kant. Ilm Atlantic express leaves Almena Damn be other trt1n. Tatj it Elia How any. On attn any hip i in a Fly express Kant will Stop n new. Ali i . Ami trip East Mno went will Slop tit Eort m and Newport if to larded. Public ills for the Stile of real and personal property have been printed at this office As follows saturday Jan. 25th Joseph newcomer a t fur Webber will Tell at Loys Vollea Quantity of household furniture. Tuesday january 28ih Frank Tost of the estate of Geo Yost dec d., will eel i in Spring twp., a tract of land con Taining 54 acres. Friday feb. 7th. Jonathan Weaver will sell at his residence of a mile West of Elliotts Bur a 1 cow 1 Heifer household and Kitchen furniture meat and lard by the Pound can Ned Trust. A. Saturday february 82nd cams. And Daniel Selbach on the premise in wheat fled twp., will sell horses cattle Ai a Geiger a l assortment of farming implements. Monday March 3rd the executors of the estate of Bernard Roth Dee d., will sell on the premises one mile South of Blain a Large amount of personal propel to. Tue any March 20. George Delancy will sell at a enrol Perry co., pa., horses cows Young rattle shotes three wagons Aud Many other articles. Persons intending to have Sale should Send in their orders for Hills and get their Day selected. They will then have notice in the above list till Day of Sale. Hile Titenis. A hog that dressed 1,200 was recently slaughtered by Jacob to ii imn in Frank Lin county. X a Hurire party from Duncan no n visited Gantt s hotel in Newport on Friday a week and had a Jolly time. ., we. Rickabaugh formerly of Newport was visiting in Mill Utown last week. Quite a delegation Are going from this county to Harrisburg to Day to be pres ent at the inauguration. You can get Gold now for your Green backs but the trouble is to get Green backs. The by Lippe Tburg game association is paying eight cents a piece for partridges which Are being taken care of Over Winter and will be turned into the Fields again in the Spring. The Airi View literary society will discuss the following Resolution on Fri Day evening 24th inst., resolved " whatever is is All persons Are invited to attend. A flout ten inches of Snow fell in this Vicinity on wednesday night Lawt. As yet the Sleigh ing is not As Good As it was before As the last Snow was so dry that it does not pack. The pastor of the Church. Of god at Newport was visited by a Pound party from Duncannon Meu Iberson the Bethel Church on saturday a week. The party went up in sleighs. The Waynesboro " Gazette in pub Lishing a marriage notice says the usual fee of one Dollar accompanied tiie no Tice. To us it would be Tju Itean in Trual fee but still we would not get mad if it was usual. Jacob i. Merle it. A resident of War rior smar a Huntingdon county wag struck by the mail train cast a Short Dis Tance Huntingdon wednesday and killed. He was about so years of age and leaves a wife and two Chil Dren. An attack was made on Rev. J. Kretz in a on monday of last week at the age in Newport and the occupants were completely pounded. The number of pounds was about three Hundred. The pastor and his wife submitted with great patience and in fact feel thankful for the various pounds of Good things left them. A newspaper in the inside coat pock Sathi a new yorker s life from an Assas sin s Bullet. The time is not far Distant when it will be suicidal for a Man not to take a paper. Now is the time to subscribe. Job printing neatly executed. Buzzard or Trade dollars taken for subscriptions. Don t your life to the pistol of Theu Wsassin. See terms at the head of this paper. Wanted. Lancaster and Shoemaker wheat wanted at Newport Mills for which will lie paid two cents Advance on Market Price. Milton b. Eshleman january 21, 3t. Newport a. Church . Preaching in the presbyterian Church next sunday at 11 a. And 6 p. Wedge Tiluy evening prayer meeting at i sunday school at 91 a. Preaching the m. K. Church next Sun Day at 61 p. M., sunday school at 9i a. Chew Jackson s Best Sweet Navy tobacco. The whip lost. In or near this town on last wednesday not Ernstin. Finder please report to this Ollice. Excursion tickets will be issued on the main line and branches of the Penn Sylvania Railroad on the 20 the and 21st inst., to persons desiring to attend the inauguration of gov. Hoyt which tickets will be Good for return until the 22nd, inclusive. Donation. On wednesday eve lung last a donation party from Ickesburg and Vicinity visited Ray. J. W. Cleaver at the m. E. Parsonage in teds Borough. They came Well supplied with flour wheat Coulee sugar Chicken &o.,Sto. They passed a very pleasant evening All appeared pleased especially the Tor who highly appreciated the visit. R. R. Pa8s9.in Duys gone by the free pass ulsness on different railroads Rose to an immense magnitude. This wa9 notably the Case on the Pennsylvania Railroad Lluttie Raof Economy and Reform has effected a Radical change and the management of the Road for its own Protection has been obliged to re strict the Issue. A general order Ori the subject has been issued by acting presi Dent Roberts and free passes this year will be like Angels visit few Aud far sales of real estate. At the Sale of the property of John Kochendorfer deceased in Saville township on Satur Day last the mansion farm was sold to mrs. Kochendorfer for $7 050 a tract railed the Mountain farm being part of the mansion farm was sold to washing ton clench for $5,800 the Kell tract 43 acres was sold to David i Hollenhaugh for $3,100 the Swartz farm containing 215 acres was sold to Robert ill Logan for $0,050. This last tract was sold Only a few years since for $18,000, which gives borne idea As to the shrinkage in prices of real estate. Our Friend Taylor. Among All the salesmen representing City houses we believe there is hone who has More friends where he is known than Sam Uel b. Taylor who represents the Well know n grocery House of Wainwright a co., of Philadelphia. We Are always glad to see Sam s smiling face la our town Aud we Are told by Many of his customers that in placing their orders for goods they give him the preference Over any Salesman that travels this route. Or. Taylor has the Happy faculty of making friends and what is still better has the ability to keep them. We Trust he will live to make us frequent visits for Many years. Died from his injuries. A few evenings ago a Little boy aged about seven teen months son of or. Ii. Marks re siding on Market Street below fourth w09 playing in the bed room before go ing to bed and accidentally broke his leg. The injury was not discovered until a time afterwards when the limb wits attended to and everything done to Muke the Little sufferer comfortable. The Accident must have been very serious for we learn that the Little fellow died this afternoon having suffered terribly from the pain of the broken leg. Harrisburg Telegraph. The wrong Man complains. A wedding party in the upper end was recently troubled by having the Highway Stop be by log chains and other obstructions and a correspondent writes us complaining because the Groom was not More Liberal in paying the persons who thus violated the Laws. It is time people Learned that to bar the Public Road and demanded Money is Highway robbery which is a crime of considerable magnitude. If any person has a right to complain it is the party who was refused a peaceable passage and not the persons who violated the Laws by obstructing the Road. Accident. An Accident occurred on Friday afternoon of last week which resulted in the death of one horse and another one is now not expected to live. The particulars Are As follows or. John Mccoy who was driving a horse from Miller s livery was Sleigh ing out West King Street. When near the Alley running from King Street Down to Miller s hotel be met or. Charles Kreichbaum driving towards him. Or. Mccoy s horse turned into the Alley to go to the stable before or. Mccoy could get him under control or. Kreichbaum at the same time turning to the right for the purpose of passing the approach ing Sleigh. This brought the horses together the Shaft from or. Krelich Baum s Sleigh running into the breast and penetrating the heart of Mccoy s horse. The animal reared up and fell Down dying almost instantly. In the fall be injured the Sleigh considerably breaking the shafts besides doing other damage. The horse was a valuable one and was prize very highly by or Miller the shoulder of or. Krelich Baum s horse was knocked out of place and he is now lying Down unable to get up. Or. Kreichbaum will probably kill times new bl00mf1eld, a. January 21, 18719.1 him to relieve is intense sufferings. None of the occupants of either Sleigh we re injured. Franklin . Chas. Ii. 6muey. Etc. Court proceedings second week. In order to facilitate the work of the court and Clear up the list of cases that were ready for trial judge Junkin directed thata Soond week of court following the regular january term should be held and accordingly a panel of jurors was drawn for that purpose Twenty eight of whom were in attendance. Suit ors often complain that Thel cases Are not disposed of with More dispatch. They sometimes imagine the court to be a sort of threshing machine into which they can Tumble their complaint atone end and take away at the other the wheat of their Case separated from the chaff of controversy whereas it is More like a Mill where each grist is ground in its turn or in other words cases Are disposed of according to their priority the oldest always having Prece Dence Over the younger. In our county the records Are so Well cleared up that 110 party bringing a suit is delayed longer than two terms or about six months by reason of unfinished Busi Ness a condition of n flairs that is much More desirable than that of Many other counties in the Commonwealth. At this special term on monday p. M., the Cices of p. K. Brandt for be of o. Cary liar pcs. & t. Miller Theo. Miller or. And Philip Peters Anil same is. A t. Miller Michael Patterson und Philip Peters were first called and both cases were tried before the same jury. There were originally judgment notes entered of record in the manner above stated which upon the application of defendants were opened and they let into a defense. The Mil lers were indebted to the people s Bank of Newport of w hich p. K. Brandt is cashier in several notes amounting in the aggregate to $1,000, and upon cer Tain of these notes this defendants in these suits were endorsers. At one time they gave a judgment note for $500 for collateral Security for a certain part of their As they alleged. When the $500 secured by the judgment was realized from the real estate they contended it should have been applied by they Hank in such n manner As would have relieved their co defend ants but the Bank claimed that the $5110 collateral judgment was general in its character and that they had the right to apply it us they pleased and accordingly they did apply it to the Miller indebtedness but in such a Way that it furnished no Relief to tie Rico defendants. The defense was that they Lodgment were paid As above stated. Verdict in Bot i eases for defendants. Nathan Dorman is. John Hammaker administrator of the estate of Mary Hammaker deceased. This was an action brought by 1111 to recover $300, for maintaining the old lady mrs. Ham maker during the last three years of her life. The husband of mrs. Hammaker lied some years since having first made his will by which he devised a Little fun to ids widow. The widow lived upon the land with his daughter when Nathan some years since came that Way Aud seeing thai to was a goodly heritage lie concluded to abide wit i them. He continued to cohabit and propagate with commendable Industry until t lie death of the old lady when lie made his claim As above slated. The pills contended that the mistake in Nathans statement was that the old lady kept him instead of bin being her keeper. The jury awarded him one per cent of his Mand that is to say they gave him a verdict for $3. Mcintire for plot. Mcallister and Sponsler for deft. S the National Organ company is. . Farnsworth was an action by pills to establish their title to an Organ which had at one time been in deft Possession. Deft was Selling organs for the company who saw proper to close out business with him. At this time he retained Possession of an Organ which he refused to deliver up until sheriff Gray took Possession of it by virtue of a writ of Replevin and this action was for the purpose of vesting the instrument by due process of Law in pills. By consent of deft s. Counsel on motion in open court judgment for i if. For six cents damages. Mcintire pc Smiley for pm Al s. Potter for deft. All of the other cases on the list were either settled by the parties or continued by consent. Miscellaneous. In the attachment sur libel on canal boat B. Hartzell a decree of court was made authorizing the Sale of the boat for the purpose of raising the sum of $144 for v. R. S. Cook & co., the i Bellant a. Tills was part of the proceedings in connection with the bout referred to lust week proceeds of Sale of real estate of Michael Hartzell ruled into court for appropriation. Order of Sale granted to we. Greer Assignee of Edward e. Clark to sell 3 tracts of Laud in Centre twp., Perry county a. John Mckinzle we. Mckee a. P. Nickal Robert h. Neilson John h. Bhelt be and Jas. B. Hackett appointed viewers to View site for a Bridge across the Little Juniata line Between Dungannon Borough and Perm twp., to be erected As a county Bridge. Vav. E. Seibert esq., appointed auditor to distribute funds in the hands of the sheriff arising from the Sale of real estate of Edward Matchett and Nathan Goelst. I Jacob Whitmire an insolvent debtor discharged from the custody of the As of w. N. Selbert.esq., auditor distribution of balance in hands if a. B. Urosh and we. Stambaugh As a Iliou by their Lynal account wad Oon Romeo 111. Is. Orphans court pro Celdino. Guardians appointed. Peter Shoup guardian of minor Chil Dren of we. Mae Bamer we. Wentz guardian of Israel Unfer jr., minor 011 of Jos. Lupfer Deo Dunn. Flask los guardian of Isaac t. Toland minor son of Geo. W. Toland Dee Bales of heal estate c on filmed. Two lots of ground in Duncannon sold to Samuel a. Topley subject to a widows Dower by Samuel shelter s in Bonis non of Chas. Ashton Dee for$030. A tract of Laud in Carroll twp., sold to Robert Cameron for $810, and a tract of Woodland sold to Samuel Rebert for$01, by . Jones r of Joseph Dukes Dee The undivided one half of a tract of land in Watts twp., sold by we. Cum ble r and John Potter guardian of minor children of Henry Deckard Dee to Jno. A. Hilbish for $2500. Olt dells of Bale a aided. To Samuel Sheller r an., of Gil Bert w. Branyan Dee to sell a House and lot in Peon twp. To Chas. Barshinger r of Adam Power Dee to Sella tract of land in Rye twp. To E. Junkin r ao., of Isaiah Foose Dee to sell a House and lot of ground la Bloomfield Borough. To Hon. B. F. Junkin guardian of minor children of re Tecca Stoner Dee to sell his Ward s interest in a tract of Wood Laud in Carroll twp., containing 20 acres. At Dutoit s reports confirmed Nisi. Chas. Ii. Smiley auditor to distribute balance in hands of W. Gantt r ao., of Patrick Mckinney Dee Wilson Lupfer auditor to make distribution of balance in hands of Peter Hullih r of the estate of we. 11. Smith Dee W. H. Sponsler auditor to distribute n Specif to part of a legacy in will of miss Margaret Reed. An attachment was issued against Henry comp guardian a of Geo. Wise s county. We copy the Fol lowing from the Cumberland county papers of last week on monday night the u. B. Church in was entered by some miscreant who robbed the collection boxes of their contents. Fortunately they had been emptied a few sabbaths before and the thief got Little for Bis trouble. On Friday afternoon mrs. 8. W. Early of Carlisle met with a painful and serious Accident. She left the House for the purpose of drawing some water from the hydrant and As she left go the door Knob she fell sustaining a com Pound comminuted fracture of the left wrist. Or. Kulse rendered the necessary Aid. . E. Suffered intensely during Friday night but we Are pleased to state easier now. Wednesday night the family of we. Kerr of Wes Pennsboro township narrowly escaped suffocation from Gas generated by a Coal stove in one of the lower rooms. Or. Kerr who had spent the night in the neighbouring House usually occupied by David Ker returned to his own House in the morning to and the family All deathly sick and vomiting. There was no connection Between the sleeping rooms and the room containing the stove but the Gas permeated the entire House Aud affected them As above mentioned. Or. Brehm was called and administered the necessary ant Dotal remedies. Our readers will remember seeing in our columns several weeks ago of a family in Monroe being poisoned by eating Walnut kernels. Several of the children died and the Mother being overcome with grief stole silently out of her House at night and going to the Creek near by cast herself into it. Her husband awoke to find her gone and suspecting her intentions immediately went in search learning of her whereabouts by the splashing noise she made in the water. The unhappy woman was soon rescued from Damper and taken Back to her borne. Carlisle Volunteer. 2 rot the Bloomfield Tima. Or. Editor building which is now known As the Germany school House was built in the tall of 1851. For which Simon Bull had the contract and it is becoming old and dilapidated and will soon have to be replaced by a be one. It would perhaps he interesting to some of the Many readers of Tim times to have a Brief history of the a cools kept in this Boose since its erection. The following named persons Havu been the teachers of the school since 1851 i we. Greer Mhael Weaver B. Gebr we. . W. Gebr John Adams g. A. Wagner w. R. Dam i. C. Foose Daniel Keener David sheibly Calvin sheibly v. Cooper m. L. Dum ii. L. Tressler David Kell Samuel Dum and David Kane. These teachers thu vat from one to four terms each three of Vliem held county Tonee one became a minister of the gospel one a doctor and one a graduate of a commercial eol Leif. Seven of these Are single and Only two dead. In All there were about three Hundred pupils in at Tendance at this school four of which be came teachers one a doctor and one a school director. Four were killed in the late rebel lion four died in the army and three were severely Wood re. Thirty five Are still in at Tendance and the school is taught at present by 14. Kane. G. W. I. Lip Pincott s Magazine. Nothing in lip Pincott s Magazine for february will be read with More interact than the sketch of the great hungarian Anut Mnuk acs by his Lut Imale Friend or. John r Tait of Baltimore. The striking character and romantic career of one who starting without education Means or resources of any kind has by Force of Genns and Indus to attained a High place among the painters of this account of his private life and Early Strag Gle one of great interest which la enhanced by the fact that some of Maura cry a fluent works Are owned la America and that Bia chef Dosu re Milton dictating to ills Dang the r has attracted great Noillie at the Paris exposition und been purchased for the Lenox Library in new York. The text to embellished with a portrait. There Are Many other interesting articles with some Short and amusing papers that help t Render the number bit by Rentable and attractive. Specimen Copert so cheats j to ppr year. A. B. a co., 71s and tit Market Street Philadelphia. Count Price current. , january 20, ish. Plai ree i potatoes ,. 70 Ruttar 9 Pound Loo 1 eggs f Docen 20 " dried apples Al Pound sets dried reaches Lott i6cts. 31 expo Iii a kits. Corrected a Rte a Kiu ural her 1 Ubai pcs in gain Pho Itce. New Point january k 187. Flour. Extra m a " super 3 80 White wheat Al Bush old 97 red wheat 92 6 to ryer4o Corn Oats Al w pounds 22 21 Clover seed per Pound so Centa Timothy seed. I 100 flax heed 100 potatoes 6 o60 dressed pork 4cts per Bacon 7 w 7 ground alumn Salt 1 2191 2r Limeburner s Coal 2 0 1 stove goal 4 to o 4 10 pea goal 2 75 buckwheat Coal 12 Gordon s food per Hack j2 00 fish Salt and Coal of All kinds always on hand and or Sale at the lowest Market Kates. Carlisle produce Market. Corrected we balt. Woodward & Boito. , january is 187h. Family flour super lne flair 3.59 White wheat new j 95 red or Rye. 45 com. New49 Oats 25 Clove see goo Tunnah seed 1 10. O. A. Salt is 10 Fine 1 75 Philadelphia produce Market. Piul4t . January 18, 187s floor unsettled ext As is 604 00 Penn i. Vanla family. Ii 0 04.7 mini Iota ., t4.wy t.62 Patent and hindi grades. 1087.75.ke flair. To 7 01110.coruuieal. 42 to wheat red. 105 a vat Amber. 107 3108 White,107h8. Coi n quiet and easy yellow 43 Jalc. Mixed 4144c. At quiet Pennsylvania and westers White to of. Western mixed 8029.ityef6. I7c. Garnet. On the 2t.hi. Ult. In new big Haiti. By re. B. H. Clever or. A Garnet to mrs Hue a. Garnet both of naw Bukalo this county. Mcconn i lotion. On december 2p, 178, at the result be of Hie Bride by Hev 8 s. Wallen or. James tonne twp., Perry co., to miss Rachael m. Loudon of Tuscarora twp.,Juniata county. Satoo Hartm an. On Thearth inst., at the m . By Kev W. Olewine or. Ben. V. A sync to Mist Agnes k. Alai Tau both of Liberty Valley Perry county. Culp rowers on thursday evening h 16tn inst atthe Paio Mape to twi tut by Liev. , or. John u. Colo of dunes 11 non t miss Alice m. Bowers of Benvenue Dali Pitluk cd , in Potowa Tomy con nov. Anas on the 41 it inst admin is be r aged about 56 years. Smith. In East Waler Foid. On the 4th inst.,Theresa june wife of h. W. Smith aged 21 Yeai Sand 17 Days. Tj1 state notice. Notice is hereby give that letters testamentary on the estate o Frederick Ayle. Late of Centre twp. Perry co., pa., Dee Nave been granted to the undersigned residing in same town sep. All persons indebted to Itald estate Are requests to make immediate payment and those have of Cums 10 present them duly authenticated for settlement to Henry Alf. Christian 1iarnish, Lewis Potter att y 21, 187u. J red sole leather depot Edwards & Castle 38 North fourth st., Phil a. Leather and findings Fiu lint of Best Phi a. Oaf and Kip r it fax strand 4stit rational hotel. Cortlandt 8teet, near Broadway Intel Oak. proper tors. On the Lurrean plan. The restaurant cafe and lunch room attache Are uighur passed for cheapness and e. Cenence of service. Rooms 50cems. U Peroy. Isto Flo per week. oads. New furniture. New management. 4 la a lecture to Young men 1 just published in a sealed envelope. Frlce.8 cts. A lecture on the nature., treatment and Rad ical cure of seminal or sperm Tor Rhea induced by inf. Abuse. Involuntary in Iii Slons. Impo ency nervous debility Aud impediments to marriage genially . Epilepsy and kits mental at.physical incapacity he. By Robert j us a Kwell m Thor of the Olieen Book so. The world renowned author. In this admirable lecture clearly proves from i own that that the awful . Of May be effectually removed Lii out without dangerous surgical operations. Bogies. Instruments Ling or cordials pointing out a Nodo of cure at once certain and Eit Ecial no which every sufferer. N Notier ins Condi Tion May be May cheaply privately and radically. this lecture will prove Boon to thou Sand and thousand. Hunt i. Oder Seal. In a Plain envelope to any address on receipt of six Cebu or two Poitte Stamps. Address the publishers 41, j the Culver it Ell medical co., 41 Ann us n a Lurk Tuut Pollica Boa. A ii Fig Cirri of copy of my medical common sen Fili i Auy a Sou Suur tag Puli consumption asthma Catarrh. Bruno Hilis loss of void of or sore Throat. Send name Anil Stoat Nalce who two cent postage Stamps and state the to k la Elezia Uii lliustraieu.roursleknes-. Is b. The Tilou Izui. U it n the Providence of fii.lias saved May live. The author has been treat my diseases i the nose Throat Ami lungs As a special prac Tice since Psi 7. Address or. N. U. Wol , Ohia 4wi

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