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The New Bloomfield Pa Times (Newspaper) - March 2, 1880, New Bloomfield, PennsylvaniaThe times., ,1 Dep ii Tii Eit. Pennsylvania e. Dalj division. On nit after not. Loth 187, train run fallow Westward. Eab Waud. Was Rimell Prino j Sim Silliau Loffl. 1 its tru to u station. Al. To u Kex. Too. 1110 i 1.40 1 00 . p. . A. . Go ii. O Harrl Armstr i. I 1. 411 Hock ill 1.17, .4 i. I eary Stella ill 7.83 i 8.h8 i. Of i 68 a. 60 ssi daily s 19. A in Newport 11.84 6.m Ull 1. 10 Miller town 13.11 8.48 to Iii 1.01 a. Us la j.4k Mexico. 1i.4h do port Toyal. Ii 88 s 12 m lll.0 i. A in Mii Tomii 11.84 id. 40 fowls town j., ii. In 1.43 .6.1anderiion i. 11.19 4.14 ,., 10.83 i. It s.s6 11.84 4. Lis n. Hamilton. 10.11 4 51 1. 80 . A 4.17 1.18 Troun orj7 ill1.66 is Alan our 8.16, 3. Mil. . . . .ip.m- 11 06 u 6 irim Nunn. 7 411 1 10 rrb Henri Harris Lar st 10.18 lo.44 in a Iuit hair Ami r. Rives at i it Tuburi at Wii m. Nepaal Fly harm went will atop Al no Iannoti Al Ana at Newi Orini a. I a. Whim a Iii warm la Way Paar apr Ivarre Marr Alburg doll the other Trina Paliy us crypt a Unay. Algunde express losses Alt Oil Dally. Tue other Talna Dally except sunday. Pacific express past runs Dally except monday and Wilt atop at Dnn Candioti at 11 18 when he Ninva it will mph ill following extra atop when flawed ill a mall a 8 00, he map Orrvar 8.37. L Etera Trif 8 38 it. Ulllou10, my Jcj town 84. Pullo sales. Bills for the Sale of the following described property have been printed at this office March 2nd. John a. Clouser will sell at Bis residence in Centre twp., two Miles South of Bloo Rafoeld cows Young cattle Low wagons farming implements potatoes wheat in the ground and household furniture. March 5th. Henry Tocum will sell on the Geo. Hoffman farm i4 Miles East of Bloom Hel on the Road leading to Baileysburg 8 horses a cows 8 heifers 8 Chester Whito bootes v Poland boar 9 wagons reaper horse Power and machine and Many other articles. March 0th Frank Mcalister will sell at the old Mcalister farm on the Crane s Gap Road 1 mile from Shermansdale horses cows farming implements household and Kitchen furniture preparatory to moving West. March 10th. H. & g. W. Lyghtner will sell near Loysville 3 horses 1 Wagon one Sprog Wagon 1 top buggy reaper and Mower horse Rake 2 sleighs and Many other farm lag implements. Also household and Kitchen furniture and 400 bushels of Corn la the ear. March uth. John w. Rice will sell at Bandy Hill Horecks cows Young cattle hogs wag Ous 1 buggy farming implements House hold and Kitchen furniture. March Letb l. To. Miller will soil at his Resi Dence in the Loop Miles West of Duncannon horses cows Young cattle sheep wagons top buggy and farming implements. March 13th Chas. To. Booda will sell at his residence in Madison tp., 8 Miles n. E. Of Blain horses cows wagons farming implements and household and Kitchen furniture tuesday March 16th Isaiah t. Bruner will sell at his residence on the farm of Oliver Rice in Miller twp., near Bally Surg Hois is cows fat cattle shotes wagons Sleigh buggy farming implements and household and Kitchen furniture. March 18th David Kell will sell in Ickes Burg horses cows Young cattle Wagon buggy and fanning implements. March 20th John Spahr of Duncannon will sell horses wagons farming implements and household and Kitchen furniture. Monday March 22d Andrew sunday will sell near Blue Ball 1 Mare 4 cows 1 Heifer k bootes sheep 2 wagons gears farming implements and household furniture pork lard potatoes a. March 24lh George Delancy will sell at his residence near Ickesburg a lot of Bushold mud Kitchen furniture. Uriel incl Lam. A correspondents who wish their articles published must have them in not later than sat urday. Letters received monday Norneng scarcely Ever get published. There is still another Man in the who wants a Railroad. See his communication in another column. Or. Strickler Lias a Large pile of Brick ready for the addition to Hia building when Spring opens. T n next thursday March 4th s. Smith will sell at his residence in this Lio Rouglin household and Kitchen Furni Ture shoes notions acc a. Dunkard preaching in the Stone Church in Little Germany on saturday evening March 6th, 18h0. At Markel s on sunday. The 7th of March at w o clock a. The Christian Temperance Union will Sheet on saturday evening next in the m. K. Church. Question for debate resolved. That temper Auoe men should vote for Temperance men irrespective of party. Also select Reading. A county debating society is wrestling with the following if the head of u fish is one foot Long the head As Long As the Tail and half the body of the fish and the Lody As Long As the head and half of the Tail How Long is the fish a we acknowledge the receipt of a copy 4f the 2uth annual report of the ulcers of the l pennsylvanian it Forin school. We notice by this report that or. J. A. former resident of this county in assistant supt. And Steward of the institution. Item. S. L. Kuhn formerly pastor of the it formed Church in this place now of Hummelstown Dauphin oo., and S. Wagner and wife and Reter Albert and wife of Selins Grove were in at Tendance at mrs. Margaret m Keehan s funeral last week in this Borough. Jesse Grill a Young Man resident of Mechanicsburg was killed at Washington d.c., last week. He was a Soldier of the late War and was visiting washing ton on business connected with a pen Sion he had applied for for received in an engagement before tie i Laon he was a member of the Venn Sylvan la reserves. The times new Bloom Field pa., Maik Jii 21680. I t it t 1 it i to. Ii have removed to Harry Smith s old established stand on main Street. 1 Ney Ore skilled workmen give them a Call.4 Wra Wallace a graduate of to Hezam. Socrat of lace of this place has purchased it a Lipini Tannini 1? Ottil xxx Tell pastime its publication. We wish him Success. Y lev. A. K. Who tier pastor of a re formed Church in Union county created a sensation among his members a few Gundaya ago by an. Noun Long that " any member who signed a petition asking that a License be granted any person to sell liquor would hereafter be excluded from communion and would not be allowed to hold Oil co or to vote in the Columbus to. Taylor a Weli known citizen of Millerstown died suddenly at that place on Friday morning a week. He had an attack of rheumatism but had recovered and was Able to do Light work. He took a severe chill on wednes Day morning and died the following Friday morning. Or. David 1 of tie wait also a resident of Millerstown died suddenly. He pre pared or. Taylor s remains for burial and proceeded to dig the grave when he took ill and was compelled to relinquish the work and died the following tues Day. At Marysville last week a meeting was held by soldiers of the late War residing there and in that Vicinity to express their approval of the Bill known As the Weaver Bill by which that representation from Iowa proposes to equalize the of soldiers. We Don t propose to enter into any extravagance in Antici pation of our share of the funds to be derived from the passage of that Meas ure for we think there is More probability of the the next year than there is of the enactment of such Law. Another trial. Last week the supreme court rendered an opinion in the Case of mrs. Catharine Zell of Carlisle under sentence of death for murder. The decision reverses tie judgment of the lower court and Grants a new trial. The Prin Cipal reason Given for this action is that a certain part of the testimony of the principal witness mrs. Reed was admitted by the lower Cou Raven it should have been rejected. Und8r the Straw. On thur Duy the 19th ult., William Keefer a Farmer of Lurgan township Franklin county on return ing Home after a Short absence observed that the Straw Stac k in his barn Yar d had been overturned and upon looking about the Yard he noticed the absence of two of his Best cattle. Or. Keefer set to work and removed the Straw and under the mass found the missing Ani Mals but in a lifeless condition. Puzzled Over a Puzzle. A Reader says " i have been trying to arrange the figures from one to sex teen in four columns so that each column will foot up 34,whether footed up perpendicularly or horizontal. I give it up can you or any Reader show How it is Doner the following arrangement will give the answer required whether footed up perpendicularly or 1 15 14 4 12 0 7 to 8 10 11 5 13 3 2 1 newspaper dead beats. The Columbia " courant grows somewhat waspish Over what it is pleased to Call " news paper dead beats whom it thus describes " what do you think of a Man who will take a newspaper for four or five years without paying for it and then requests the postmaster to notify you that 4 he does not want it any longer we have some half dozen of this class we Are sorry to say. The Man who does so is More dishonest than the Midnight burglar or the foot a d who meets the traveler on the Highway and demands him to Brand and deliver you can defend yourself against the Rasca Lity of the latter but while you Deal with the former As if he were an honest Man trusting him to the amount of a or $10, you Are suddenly apprised that he is a strawberries in Baltimore. Says the Baltimore Sun of saturday a week the wholesale produce Market of Balti More has been fairly Active this week in the usual Winter vegetables and other articles. On wednesday 00 quarts of Charleston strawberries grown in the open air were sold to Market Man at 40 cents a quart. They were Well re peed and fairly Good. About 30 boxes of Flor Ida Green peas sold at $2 a Bushel Box. New radishes have been received from Charleston and Norfolk and sold at $2.50 per 100 Bunches. Produce dealers Are anxious about the remarkably Forward condition of vegetation in the South which is fully a month a head of the proper season. They Hope the Southern Section and the Norfolk truckers will get enough cold weather yet to keep Back their crops and save them from a Freez ing out that might come later of in the Spring. A Charleston grower Lias writ ten to his commission House Here that from the Outlook at the time he wrote strawberries would be plentiful soon. Fish Are becoming More abundant Al though the cold snap interfered with Chesapeake fishermen. For valuable information at Shinall Cost get a copy of Kendall s horse Book. Rent by mail on receipt of 25 cents. F. Moritti licit new Bloomin Leld i a. Juniata county. We copy the follow ing from the Juniata county papers of last week. Or. Pliny Calhoun of Turbett twp., while playing base Ball at or Thomas header s Sale on tuesday was so unfortunate As to dislocate the Cap of his left knee. Mrs. I. miss Mary Smith from. Mexico women of reputed easy virtue were arrested by of ulcer Noble and sent to jail by Squire Loudon for unbecoming conduct of saturday even ing. Sentinel Cumberland county. We copy the following from the Cumberland papers of last week a serious set to took place at Bloser Volle on thursday last in which consid Erable blood was drawn at least nut of one Young Man named null. It appears null refused to comply with the rules of a singing school conducted by prof. Hall and bantered the teacher out to fight null As a necessity was whip Ped. Other Side Sho of the same character took place the same evening. The Zell Case has been the theme of conversation in town since the supreme court ordered a new trial and some bad blood has been exhibited. On wednes Day a pro Lent merchant and a lawyer came almost to blows about it and yesterday two attorneys became involved in an angry controversy ending in an assault. On wednesday evening of last week about 4 o clock a severe storm passed Over portions of South Middleton. The " Echo says that at the farm of or. Benjamin Bosler situated Midway be tween it. Holly Springs and Carlisle the storm did considerable damage. One Corner of the Large Bank barn was moved about four inched on the Wall. A number of rafters and other pieces of framework were broken. A shed attached to the barn was entirely torn away. The roof of the dwelling House was raised Oil the roof of the bake House was torn off and carried with the Chim Ney about Twenty rods. Several Large Trees were uprooted and a stack of Fod Der scattered Over about six acres of round. Six n Al a of Post Fence were Lown Down and the rails scattered in every direction. The storm lost its fury before it readied the Turnpike. Loss Between $50 and $100. Wide awake for March is in and Vance of anything heretofore done by this Magazine. The Frontis piece ear ing the legend " i just won t stay in the House with such a girl illustrates a Good Story by Nellie a. Hopkins entitled How Uncle Tom ran the Long illustrated paper is entitled How newspapers Are made is a Bright readable article with sixteen spirited illustrations. Only 2.00 a year. D. Lothrop & co., publishers Boston mass. Church notices m. K. Church Union service next sunday at cd p. Sunday school at i a. Prayer meeting on thursday evening. Also Preu Ehing at Ickesburg at 101 a. M., and at Vul nut drove tit 21 p. Presbyterian Church preaching at 11 a. Sunday school at 0.i0 a. Preaching in the it formed Church next sunday at m o clock p. Pray Ermetti tuesday evening. For the times. Another Railroad Man. My. Editor i am glad to Seo that a few men Are yet thinking about a Railroad. A Cor respondent writing to to " Democrat last week Points out some of the advantages and does not put the matter a bit too Strong when he Speaks of the quantities of Iron Ore waiting for a Railroad before it ran be shipped. I know he is right on that polu tand i have no doubt but what if the Farmers of the upper end would join a Home company that is interested in getting a Road built and not in making Money for themselves a Road would be built that would . In your paper a few weeks ago i noticed a correspondent made a Sugges Tion As to a route that i have often thought of and i cannot see Why Newport is not As Good a font As any other for the connection. In fac always thought it the Only place for a Road from Bloomin Leld or the upper end to connect. That town has the Enterprise to make a Large place and with a Brauch Road coming in to it that town would soon grow to to a very important Point on the p. R. R. Bloom Leld would also increase in population and enter prise while the whole upper end would feel the impetus. By All Means let the Railroad topic be kept before the people till they awake to their own interests and push through the ii ret Section of a Railroad from Newport up the Volley. I Tay Jerit Section for if once made to Bloomin Leld it will to Only a few years before it would be further extended but in the mean time we would save the worst part of the Road we now have to use to reach Market and turn some of what now is unavailable wealth to live capital that would still further enrich our county. R. Tyrone twp., feb. 25, 1880. For the times. From Liverpool township. Cent Orville to Ong Emall with the assistance of the surrounding country is now making an t Libit toward attaining a higher and More advanced course of literary attainment and to develop the faculties with which they Are endowed and to put the same in exertion. In favor of the lyceum. The event and result indy be of some general interest to the Reading Public lyceum met this then Long and was called to order by pres. J. A. Wright. Min utes were read followed by music the old familiar place then a select Reading washing ton s Creed by A. Wright. Next in order was pedagogical Drill on the sentence " will he go i said he or will he stay by C. Grubb followed by queries. 1st, How do you Leach your pupils morals and manners ? Roc Rcd to A. Wright and I. Grubb Given that parents should Plant within Heyoung mind the first germ of morality before they enter school Aud to sow the seed of True politeness and then be continued by the teacher in such a Way As circumstances May permit by pointing out moral truths and act ing politely in the presence of the pupils and at All times. Next was discussion of quest Lou resolved that wealth la preferable to Edu cation discussed alarm actively by w. A. Grubb and A. Wright showing the ruling Power of wealth and the Ereat to obtain the Fame and the Comfort of possessing great Wear i. negatively by l. H. Flues and C. Grubb. 1st, education regarded As the very engine of a state s Prosperity. 2d, considered the Only safeguard of a nation lid the american common a Cliola the very vital foundation Stone on which rests the great superstructure of our government. 4th, old and Young desire education. It enables the soul to fulfil its duly while Here and fits it More july Lor in eternal existence beyond to grave. 5th. The glory of on nation is in the living Temple of its education. In conclusion were the Reading of the committee nes Byj. I. Grubb and was edifying in part and dramatic and amusing in other parts. Roll Call and closed with music Aben Bhatla we Afeei again. A mite apr. 8. Decision of judges rendered in favor of the negative of the above question. February 81, 1880. Tit the leading article in the Koch Amer ican lit Nim for March is by Jere. 8. Black and is entitled tie third term be ing a reply to Howe s paper on that subject in the review for february. Or. Black holds that to elect general Grant to a third term of of lace in the presidential chair would be a violation of a custom that is stronger than any Laws or Constitution whatever i it would in effect be the end of on Republican institutions and the Enstall ment of " Hon. E. W. Tong ton follows or. Black taking precisely the contrary View that not Only la a third term not a thing to be deprecated but that it is eminently desirable especially if As in general Grant s Case an interval of time has elapsed botwen the second term and the third. A timely article by David a. Wells alms to prove that a discriminating income tax is essentially communism and that Tbs is specially True of such an income tax As was levied in the United a Tats by acts of Congress in 1883 and succeeding years. The fourth article is by Rev. Or. Bellows and treats of civil service Reform. The author recounts what has been done in Britain to Reform the civil service of that country and shows How the experience of British statesmen May be turned to advantage by american lawmakers. Prof. Almon Newcomb in an article on our political Calls attention to the need of some tribunal for the determination of contested elections. He looks on Tho presidential struggle of three years ago and the recent excitement in Maine As symptom Atic of a diseased political condition which Calls for remedies very different from those which have hitherto been employed. John Lancaster blading Bishop of Peoria makes a spirited reply to Fronde s recent article on " romanism and the Irish race in the notices of new books Are by or. K. L. Dudler. Dress making in Dungannon. Ills c. Daniels has opened a dress flaking room in or. Henry Stevenson s tailor slip up stairs and Hopes the ladies of this town and Vicinity will give her a feb. 11, 1880. Show cases cheap. I have three show cases which i will sell cheap. F. Mor timer new Bloo Rafoeld a. Silks for trimming in various shades brocade Kibbons Bobonet silk lies lace ties Shelton jackets and Many other goods for the ladies just opened by f. Mort Meit. Our Stock of ladies and gents furnishing goods is Complete. Ladies Oats shawls skirts of at Matix Dak he & co., Newport successors to i. Schwartz. Sci Yah Bells. Some Nice Sleigh Bells cheap also nil other kinds of hardware for sule by f. Mortimer. Kendall s horse Book will give you More information about a horse and his diseases than any Book published at same Price. 25 cents will give you a copy by mail. Address times Ollice new Bloom Leld a. Camphor milk cures headache Aud neuralgia. Camphor milk cures rheumatism and lame Back camphor milk will cure cuts bruises and Burns. Camphor milk costs 25 cents or bot., 6 bottles $1 12 by bold by f. Mortimer new Bloomfeld. Wanted five worn out saw Mill saws for which a Good Price will be paid by m. B. , 8 Newport a. Phoenix pectoral will cure your cough. Phoenix sectoral cures hoarseness quickly. Phe enl pectoral tastes Good and brings rest. Phoenix pectoral eosu2j cents prbot.,6 bottles ii. Zly sold by b. Eby druggist Newport if you need clothing you will find it to your advantage to buy now. We still continue to sell at old prices and will do so As Long As possible. Max Dukes & co., Newport successors to i. Schwartz. Employment for ladles. The Queen City Suspender company of Cincinnati Are now manufacturing and introducing their new stocking support ers for ladies and children and their unequalled skirt suspenders for ladies. None should be without them our leading physicians re comment them and Are loud in their Praise. This Man factual establishment is managed by ladies who have made the wants of ladies and children a study and they ask us to refer them to some reliable and energetic lady to introduce them in this county and we certainly think that an Earnest solicitation in every household would meet with a ready response and that a determined woman could make a handsome salary and have the exclusive Agency for this county. We advise some lady who is in need of employ ment to Send a postal card to the com Pany with her name and address and mention this paper. Address Queen City Suspender company nos. 147 & 149 West fourth Street Cincinnati Ohio. 9 3t. Seeds the seeds put up by d. Ferry co. Of Detroit mich., have the Best reputation of any seeds in the Market. Great care is taken by them to have All seeds sent out by Thein fresh and Good so that the dealer can guarantee them. For Sale in new Bloo Rafoeld by f. Mor timer. On the 10th and 84th of March the executors of Daniel Foose deed will sell at the Kite residence of said deed in a prong twp., 4 horses 4 cows Hull Young cattle wagons and a general variety of farming implements and household furniture. G a. Card. To All who Are suffering from the error and indiscretions of youth nervous weakness Early decay loss of manhood a 1 will Send a recipe that will Enre you ruts or Nahi. This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in Booth America. Bend a envelope to the Rev. Joseph t. Inman station a new York City. Sly. County Price current. , March 1, it to flax Hee i 2b potato i 4 butter Al Pound 10o1s Kef is Al dozen12 " dried apples Al Pound 4 cts dried peaches. 10 o j2l. Sep Lott ma11kk18. New Post february 20, j6s0. Flour extra ,.o0 " super 8.f0 White wheat Al Bush. 1 87 red wheat l 87 by 70o75 Corn 4 6047 Oats Al 32 pounds 4hq 40 Clover seed per Pound Timothy seed 50 flax seed1 no Fot Atoe 55940 Bacon not d 7 cents Ham s cents. Ground Alum 8alt 1 00 1 00 Limeburner i Coal to 2i q 1 7r, stove coal4 s5 o 4 25 pea Coal s 2 buckwheat Coal u 25 Gordon s food per sack .82 00 Carlisle produce Market . Woodward & Bohr. T , february 28, 1f80 family flour is 60 superfine flour. 4 85 White wheat new 1 87 1 3t. Rye 70 Corn new 4v Oats or Clove seed4.coa4.00 Talmot bysted Iso flaxseed $1 25 o. A. Salt ii 20 Fine do 1 80 Philadelphia produce Market. , february 23, 1880 flour unsettled extras 85 2585 60 Pennsyl Vania family 8fi.00 9 ica7 Minnesota do., 85.0 1 15.50 Patent and a Lith grades t3.60q7.00 Rye flour Jet 253.25.cnrnmeal, fr50. Wheatt red Liy Giros Amber 119 01.3 White 150?8151. Corn yellow. R?."tc. . Oats quiet Pennsylvania and Western . Western mixed,4748. Kye88 8 69c. Main pages. Balm Doran on the 19th ult., at the r. R. I a re Osage at Sherman Seriale Jesse Baum to miss Elmira Doran both of this county. Mor Sibon on the Isth ult., at the residence of the Bride s parents in Kennedy s Valley by Rev. J. A. M Donnald Charles r. Mor Rison to ails Minnie a. Garland. Weaver Foost on the 24th nit., at the Resi Dence of the minister in lands Burr Lvi eve. J. A. M Donnald Ira 8. Weaver to miss Mafrie e. Foose both of Little Germany this county. Toot Market. At the Home of the Bride s Mother in Mark Elville on the evening of tlie2itli ult. By Liev. A. Ii. Spangler. Or. W. H. Toomy to miss Nannie i Market All of this county. Numer Troup on the 11th ult at the Resi Dence of the Bride in Juniata twp by Kev. A. F. Yeager David m. N timer of Altoona to mrs. Sallie e. Troop. Tubbins on the 19th nit., at the lutheran parsonage in Newport by Kev. Colver s. K. Zerler to Katie Tubbins All of Newport. Pintos Lovday on the Lith nit by Joh Carman P., Ross bin ton of Buffalo twp., to l he be e. Lowdan of Dauphin county. Bonn Lido Frk on the-i5t ult. By rame Lewis 8. Lobb of to mrs. Amanda a. Lid of Watts township. D33a.txi9. Part zone on the Lith ult in Pfoutz s Valley o. W. Price Paruline aged s years 10 months and 18 Days. Bowl re in Duncannon on the 9th nit Joh Stewart son of Jerome and Clara Bowers aged 6 months and 27 Days. Hoi be in Pfoutz s Valley on the 12th House aged 81 years 14 months and Days. A had on Duncan s Island on the 8th ult Harris k. Shade aped 2 months and 27 Days. Riders on the 8th ult. In Duncannon mrs. Julia riders aged 04 years 7 months and 13 Days. Gantt on the 1st inst., at Newport or. Jesse l. Gantt in the 7uth year of his age. Life insurance agents wasted s a first Clas life insurance company in new York want special 44knekal and local agents in unoccupied territory in the state of Pennsylvania address manager of Agen cies Box 100, new York Post Olliee. Lorum an by goods and notions some new arrivals. Cheap. F. Mortimer. In cloths and other dress goods Inmom styles. F. Mortimer. Cloths for floor carriages and Oil prices Low. F. a full assortment of unites. Warranted pure. F. Mortimer my i no Hilum a Nii a line of dress till. Ribbons a. F. Mortimer. Ivov & steel ill a great assortment of shapes Ana sues. F. Mortimer. Ens various qualities come Auu see styles Auu . Mortimer. . Edgings 1nse11t- i 1ngs, and other trimming. F. Mortimer. Ken ants of Pitts of these we Haver a urge Quantity in Good styles. I 1 addition to the above goods a have a Nice of Lasitis neckties Corm to Garrii Tiki. Town yarn. Zephyrs shoes Lor ladies Aud Chil Dren and other article. F. Molt 1 1m kit new u Idun Llila a

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