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The Secretary of the Treasury (rives notice
fcat subscriptions will he received for Coupon
Treasury Jfotes, parable three years from Aug.
15ih, 1664, with semi-annual interest at the
rte of seven andthrce-tcuths per cent, pei an
num, principal and interest both o be pnitl
ia lawful mosey.
These notes will be convertible at the option
cf the toller at maturity, into six pr cent,
gold bearing boed,, payable not. less than five
nor more than twenty years from their dufe,
as the Government may elect. Tiny will be
i'sued in deuom;n!!tioiM of 50, $lf 0, $VX),
$1,000 and SO-J'i, aud all m; Wripnoruimuil
l-e for fifty dollars or eome multiple of Bftjr
The nut eg frill betratistmtted to the owners
free of transportation charges as soon after
t!.e receipt of tie original Cirtificates of Dc- J
j osit as they car. be prepared
As the note draw interest from August 1,",
parsons makirg deposits subsequent to that
dle must pay the interest accrued from due
of note to date of deposit.
Parties deputing twen'y Svis thousand del
Itri aai upwards fir '.hee n tcs at any one
time will be Awuvci v'omtuUaion of oie-qtiar
ter of cne per cent., which will be paid by the
Treasury departmcit upon the receipt of a
b'U forrhrsun certified to by the officer
wifb. whjra the depjsit was made. Nodeduc
tions f ir cemn.it sione mnt be miiie from the
brEllAL ADviiNTAdEb OF i
rrilio I n I V '
illlo LU.lttli .
li i? a Naik'Sal Savings Bask, ofleriug a !
tiitht rite of lBewt han anv other, and tk, !
Attcecuritu. Anv siivirgs bank which pava i:s
depositors in V. S. JJote;, considers that it ie
paying in the best circulating medium of the
country, sad it cannot pay in anything bolter
f.T Ua cwn a-
! are either in goveinnunt
eecuritic or in ujit. or Loud, payable ia grv-
""it is equally convenient as a temrorary or
permanent inveui;t.i. The notes can always
t sold for within a fraction of their face and
acoumu.ated interest and arc the best tecu-
r:'y with banks as collaterals for dcourrts.
uut m tnuir ii)i9 a an per cvui. i
Inadiitionlo the tat liberal iutere't on
tttMU, forage yours; ,his privilege of con-
version is now worth about three per cct. jr
,. r . .,. ..,. . t . : r- i. Sj
milium, fur tco current rate ur .vjt) Eon'ls is
not less lhan nirtpr cent nnutitm, anl cvfore
,,, . ;... , j- j
tlie war tac premium oa Six per ctn. L.
stocks was over iwtat; percent. It will be
ecw that the actual profit on thi l.nn. at the
present market rale, is iiul less lhan ten per
rent. r.er annum.
Its Ett iuptioBS fro State r Muncipit
tut aside from all the advantages wc have
enumerated, a special Act i f Congress eioupit
ill land and TrrauTy mktrmn loeai ituaiiua.
On the average, this exemption is worthsbont
two per cenCpor annum, according to the rate
of taxation in various pnrN t f the country.
It is believed tii.il no secant ics offer so great
inducement to lenders M tbo-e ijued hr the
povci nmeat. In all other funis of iuJciittd- j
es. the faith or ability of private parties, or
, . -
stock compumts, or scpcraio commuui:e, ou -
, , , , , ., . ,
iv, s pteagea tor payment, wane tne waoie
property f thecountry is Le.J to socure the
.. . , , ... . . . ,. . .
diseharea of all tne obligations of th lnitd
" While the g.vernmca. offers .'.. m.-t liber -
a! terrs for it loan?, it beliove that the very
cs' appeal will be to the lovultv aud
patriotism of the people.
' Dublieatc cerlifieates will be issued for all
oVpoHB. The party depositing must endorse
upon the original cinifieate the denomination
f notes required, and whether th y lire to be
;Pned in blaiik er payable to ord.-r. When
, ... ,1 i r. a-
so endorsed t must be left wirh the offcer re-
ceivil.'E the depn-i. to 1,c forwnrded to the
SentceiriiQSs iriix nr ttCErrt;t hy. :l
Tf caurcr o the Cuited States, at WosLicgioij,
iae ctvta1. As5sisr.t. Treasurer? r.cd des'gna
ted Depositaries, and l y the
ted Depositaries, and bribe
First National Bank of Philadelphia, I"s.
Second National Bauk of Philadelphia, i'a.
Third National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa.
First JJaiioaal Bank of Allcntown, Pa.
V'.iril National Bank cf Attouna, Pa.
First National Bank of Alloghnny, Pa. .
First National Bank of Carti-le, Pa.
Fir-t N'atiouiil Bank of Chester, Pa.
First National Batik of Dunviile, Pa.
First ational Bauk of Erie, P.
l irat National Bnk of Franklin Pa.
First Nationnl Bank of Gettysburg. Pa.
First National Bank of Marietta, Pa.
First National Bank of Meadii'le, Pa.
I'irst National Bank of Milton. Pa.
First National Bank of it'sl uigh, I'.v
1'hird National Bank of PiUaburgh, Pa.
Funrik Ktuaal Biuik of liuKW. r-
First National Bank of Scranton, Fa
Second Natioral Bank of Scruutoii, Pa.
l'iret National Bank of Strasburg. Pa.
First N'atioutil B.iuk of Towanda, Pa..
Nirst National Brink of West t.'hester, P.
Firs; National Bank of Wilkesbarre, Pa.
f eond National Bark of Wilkesbarre, Pa..
First National Bank of Tork. Pa.
First National Bauk of Baltimore, Md.
Second National Bank of Baltimore. Wd.
First National Bank of Washington, D, C.
First National Bank of Norfolk, Va.
and by all National Bunks hico j'C deposit
rita of Miblie money, and
All Keirtti!l Banks BanLe
tir.iivknuttliA couutrv will cive further infer-
KVi.n and ArrORk. EVERT FACltTY TO!
U. 1 HO II)
GOD SAVE TIIE COVXTlh.
' PRESIDENTIAL i v
TXI-CTIOX PUOCLAM ITIOX.
I1THEREAS, in and by the net of the Oen
V eral Assembly of the Cniumou wealth of
Pennsylvania, entitled A ri Act to lirect tb
manner, tiioe and pfiice of Lol ling tactions
for President and Vice Prraideui. of the Uni
ted Slates,'' enacted the Jd day v( Febuary,
ltcjt. it is required of the Sheriff to give due ! evil at bis room aboTe
notice of such Elections : therefore a u i n it a T T V TI (1 P
1, JAMES W. HAMILTON, HiCh Sheriff! FAblCK S lift fell U r,
of the county of Juniata, do hereby make ! on Bridge street. Miffiinlown, Fa., and tnspee
known and give this public notice to the eiti- my food and workmanship before purc&as-Ze.-.a
of the said county, who are qualified to , in8 elsewhere. 1 warrant all clothes to it or
vote for mibers of general assembly, that on ' uo sale.
the SFCON"D TUESDAY OF NOVEMBER! SIffGER'S SEWIKG MA HINE.
next, being the 8:h dsy of said month, anj s All persons desirous of purchasingany
election w;U b he..l at IM sitne place at which
the said member shall have be" voted for a
be law preceemng election tor tne p-irposc or
electing twenty-aeven persons ol tms lorn-
i mnnwealth as electors for fh selection of Prea-
I .-a-. . i v ; p..uo!.!A. Ar TT: i c. '
I and Ihc ave.-al Judzea. Inp"ti and Clerks,
I who attended the general election on the Sec,
j ond Tuosday of October last, are hereby en-
joined to attend a.iapertorni at ttie said eiec
i linn t Kle.rfi.rs to be held as aforesaid the
.e duties, subject to the like penalties for
neglect or misconduct, ne they are liable to at
Ilie KtM:t H'll Ul UlCIMUri Cfimu.j, . V.
j I ALSO HEREBY MAKE KNOWN and give
notice, that the place of holding the afore
said General Election in the several districts
and townships in the county ot Juniata arc as
follows, to wit :
At the Court House in the borough of Miff
iintown, for the borough of Miftiiulown.
At the Court House in the borough of Miff
lintowu, fr Fermanagh township.
At the School House in Mexico, for Walker
At the-Academy in TUompsoatowa, . for
At the Public House of Thomas Cox, for
li iuc .nvuu'jk uiiun tu xttvuucm, iur uou-
At Knourc's School House, for Susquchaa- i
na township. I
l . j : , . 1 IT . f : . : M . I
At the Scbocl House in Patterson, for the j
borough of Patterson. i
At the School Hous in Ferry gvi'.!, fur the 1
1 At the Locust l.rove fc.hool ltous. nenr
! tLe residence of John T. Mettlcn, f,r
iLe residence of John T. Mettlcn, fr Milt'ord
i A I tit.. Snra.'O Hill .9i-hnnl
! srrucc nm township.
At the School Hoube near th? residence of
' . , o , C ,
, - V w-uw u i-i vv. ui.uvu ,.tii-
J for Tuscarora township, except that portion
i aorthweatward of the muamit of
! Uldtf iloumaln-
; At the I.ick School House near Ihc ren -
. dence of Bcujamin Walls, for Lack township,
,;1";c, that portion of it lying northwestard-
jly of the smntmt of the Shade Mountain.
i At the Centre School House, for so murti of
' ,h' t(,wn'-aiP ot I'ack "J Tuscarora lyias
i oortk-wstarJiy of the Summit of the Shade
At the Church School House, in TurScit
! township, lor Turfcett toviu?hip. , .
' -U'S., A0? "1"
; as in in J by the 13th sect.in of the aforesaid
i Act I am directed, that every person, except
; Juslice of the Peace, who shall bold an office
, . . a i
of appMiumrir, of prort or trust, under the
j tioverument of the United States, or of this
J Stale, or of any City or iucorporated district,
1 , , - . . . ' .
j whether a commissioned officer or otherwise.
a subordinate officer or airent, who is or shall
j bc rloyed under the i.gisU.ive judiciary
I or executive department of this State or ol
j the Uuited States, or of any city or ineorport-
I ed district and aUo,' that evsry member of
Coiipre, and ot-lhe State Legislntutc and of
the Select and Cooiuion Council of anv oily,
or Comaiiostouer cf any incorporated district,
is by law incnpable of holding or eerci"rng
at the Fume tin.e tlie tffiee or- appointment of
a 'lit, Ttisrtur, or other officer of awr :irh
election in 'kis C.'miponwealth, snd tlt no
.luclrc, lDpetor, or i.y other ntiicer of any
such f lection shall be eligible to any office."
Also tfcet in the 4th section of the At of
Assembly, entitled "An .Act relating of Exe
cution aud for other purposes," approved
April 18th, 1540", it i enacted that the afore
said 13th section t!iall not bo construed so
s to pnveut any miii:ary officer or borongii
moor from serving as Judge, inspector, or
serving as Juue. inspector
Clerk of sny Genera! or Special Election of
i this Commonwealth . . ,
1 uPrsuen t toth provisions contained in the
j 7Cth ,cclion tf ,., Ae1 fim aforesaid, Hhe j
(judges of the aforesaid districts shall respect- I
ivciy taae enarge oi me ceniucaie i ruiu.u
vi 1C cavnuo vi luvii i va'vt if, ui.-iiiivic an t t
j prouuee tlum t & raet-tiDij: ot tba Judces from
! " rj a' th CU" 'i
j ough of MirSintown on the third daafter they
day of election, being for tiie present y ar on
i ' ""J - -
men auu mere 10 ao uiiu periorm uie uutjes
reguired by law of said Judges, .
Also. By the 19th section of "an Act to
rcgtilnie elections by soldiers in actual mili
tary servi'je," approved the ll-nb. of August,
A. D. lt'C4, "the return Judges of the several
1 oounti.J, sla.'l enjoia to meet at the places.
now d'rectett by lavi, ou the third Friday af
!tnuv eeuera! or Presidestial election, for
the rilr,ec of conming. ,be 8dld;erg. vote."
j The remrw Judge will re-assembb at th
.Court House, in the borough f MtfHintown,
Ion FBIDAV, NOVEMBEK Both, 18Cd, who
j Aall receive from the protl.ouotary of the
( r;"i":y and shall include in tbeironuaieration,
i iuc "icj returueti, oy tne soiuiers in ecm
J nl miiit;iry service. , ' . ' . -
Also that where a Judge - br sickness
! or unavoidable accident ia unable to at
j tend saiel meeting of Judges, then the ccrtif
j cae of return aforesaid, shall re taken charge
j of by on of the Inspectors or Clerks of the
j election ff said district, who shall do and per
! form the duties required of said Judge unable
i to attend.
Aureeably to the nrovisionf of the" 6 1st "sac-
i tion of said act, every General'ani Stcinl;
I election shall be opened between .the hours of I
' eight and ten o'clock in the foreuoon, and sha;l
' enilinnc without interruption or adjournment :
until seven o'clock in the evening wbtu ije
I polls' shall be closed. . ' -"
' hornna f MiflnS-w'-Ti.,. M rt.J Jlr .
I guat, A. V.-1861.
I " ' J. W. HAMILTON, Sotnf.
I t;Brrrrs Orncr, alirjintown, T
j ' - September 2J, 1644. ...r.
; flHE undervfgned desire's to inforta'tbe
! X dies of Mifflin and vicinity, that she has
just rcXaraed from the city with & new. stork
i of Winter Millinary Goods, of the latest style
j aud most Approved workmaoship,. which she
j is prepcred to make lo order at the shortest
jiioiiccimu wt:i inun iwwcT.i. yTiuvs. n mi
also on hand a large assortment of ready mad.
uonueis. r,aS oi an wntcu e win ecu
at low fiRcrM.
Call at her residence on vv ater sirect, near
Sulouff & Stambaueh's store
Mrs. SARAH S
Vi. triSE,- Merchant Tailor, begs la"
to inform bis friend and the public generally
that be baa just opened out a large and fasMon
uble asaoruoeat. of -f-""
TALL AHD WINTER GOODS. -
which he is rea.iT to make to crior- promptly
and ow tha most, reasonable terms.
i rublie irenerallv will find it to tlteir interest to
nf s,,,'. Maciiikes will obtail Oil
necessary information on the subject and
; ihem in oreMUoB k; B1V establishment.
. f,Tored ,n their orders t will fit them up
better machine thirlu nereenl. ci-nntr limn.
hitherto do. ia hi.'o- M?aniily tilt
be without a maohiue.
jaa 1, 61-tf
HOW TO SAVE MONEY. BUY FROM
JAMES IJ. SIMONS, who has now on
hand tb largest stock of ready made
SADDLES and HA UN ESS in the
county, which he is sellin? at (treat I y
reduced prices. . H is now manufacturing hi
Saddles and Harness with such perfect system
that he is enabled to sell a Biipei ior article of
everyt h in; m bis line. CHEAPER ihan any
other establishment in the county. He invites
purchasers to call exfmiue his stock be
fore purchasing else here.
James 11 Simoon' Saddles and Hnrne'g are
acknow!edgedto surps in pnint of lightness.
elegance and comfort, oa well as real value and
durability. nil others manufactured in the coun
ty. Kemember his knp is on bridge street.
j iitht r0Oms former ? occpiM by V. ff
, ,A1l t.ndn of repairing nr-fc-Ty executed
4 " rk rran.e.1. j.n 1 'M-y
i Mitflir.town Chair Manufactory:;
j ( uiarLK.s W. WEITZEL would inform the I
V eiiiensof Juniata countr, that he con-
, ,KU Chair 1 unnrfm-L a.1 r .awa Lnc.n
j M ,,,, iu Waler Btrctt,iere he is at all
, tillM ,r);parcd tn receire ordt-w fur Windsor
Chairs of every deccription, includiag Seueea.
i Large Hocking Chairs, Sewing Rocking Cnairs,
i Chiidrcns' Chairs, Counting House Stools. Cain
j Seat Chairs, Bar Room ArmChairs,and every
' thin; pertaining to his bucinese, all of whirh
i he is prepared to sell cheaper than ever. He
i is no prepared to wholesale work at city pri-
; ce. Prompt attention will be given to Kcpa-
ring. All work done ohe pnJexp.litiou!y.
Sawed Poplar I'lank and Scantling taken iu
exenanee ior lurniiuru.
(sjJKurniture Room on Main street; oppO'
the Post Olhce.
September 3, lSti2-:f.
MIFFLrXTOWN nOTEL.-Tois favorit
old Stand bss recently been refitted and
refurnished, and the undersigued is now pre
pared to areoinmodate the travelling public in
the most pleasant and agreeable manner. The
House is pleasantly situattnl on Main afreet, ;g
lTge and commodious, and he is amply provi
ded with everything to toiler his houe a de
sirable stopping place, and a comfortable home
to the traveller or permanent "iourner. His
assortment of Liquors Will be found superior
lonny in this part of the country, as they have
been selected with great care. l'here is ex
cellent stalling aaaahed to the premises. He
hopes to r.vcivc a libiral share of public pt-roua-e.
mar 7 1 .
U N !ONHOUSE,
Jir.XItO, JlXIAT.i lt., PA.
T'M BCCCHF.R, Proprietor.
fAii stand has
again ooeneil for tlieae-
JL co.nmodatiou ol' the Public.
modations are Bitch as to entertain travelers
in the most p'.eastxit and r.greetthlc meaner.
The House is pleasantly arid couveuiently sit-
! lu. o '
to make it a desirable stoppine
place for the traveler er permanent sojourner.
His assortment of LITCOTS wfM be found of
the best quality.
THE STABLING ATTACHES
to the premises are excellent aud commodious
A liberal share of the public patronage is re
3Ai. -r3', rsei-tf
PENNSVLVANTA KA1LBOA 1). OS AND
after Monday. October 81st, lbb4, Pss
senger Trains will leave MifHin Station v:t:
PhilaJelphia Express.. 12.43. A. M. :
fFast Line oM, A. M.
Faat Mail 11.21. A. M.
PittshT.&. Erie Exp 3.40. V. M.jj
Uarrit-btjj. A cent mod.... 4.15, P. M.T
Pitubs.&. Erie Exp.. 2.45
A M tl
JAMES NORTH. Ar'L
! Dat!y except Sunday. tDaily except Monday.'
? Stop at Verrysville at, 11:28 (if tlaged)
i-''-i' 1, Stop at Tiiompsontown at
4:10: . f- - - ... -j-:
' t top at Perrysville at 2.C7 (if flaged)
Sr4-1 S:84. Thompsnntown at 2.23 9:00
fi X. u.."
, iv ,111 II t I U I. I.' X- I L. 11 L'l L IJ
i taii.i i i.vni.ii iv. jnu rjiriii.
! " " -K
iiiTW-'-v!i VV li MfPflPTPD 1117 wiriinw
;muiiia ii i.i'u .ii i.-utiitlLH or ltillf.Ilii
. o. laij.v. nwcona ct.. corner quarry, '
l lin.AUC.Ll 111. i.
He has constantly on hand an assort
ment of Gold and Silver Patent. Lever
Lepine and Plain Watches : Fiue Gold
; Chains, Heals and Keys, Breast Fius. Ear
, Bines. Fineer Bines. Bracelets. Miniature
, Cases, Medallions, Lockets. Pencils, Thimbles,
j Spectacles, Silver Table, Desert, Tea, Salt aad
; Mustard Spoons; Sugar Spoons'. Cups. Nap-1
am Hings, i nr.i ana utitjcr h.mves, St
Combs, Diamond Pointed Pens, tc.,- ot ;
; kUIHMU ?w'"V ,
i 3f. I. TOBIAS I- COS best qualirv full
jeweled Patent Leve: Movements coastaiitlvr.n i
i bsnd : also other Makers of superior quality.
! . B. PW Gold aid Siltu Invpht for Ctuh
Good Xews and Trae,
At the Towkb Hall Clothing Store.
At the renowncJ Bazaar or Fasmios. '
At MANSBACH'S Cheap Corner.
; . .Corner, .Bridge A Water Street
JIANSUACH has jnat opened another large
asfcrunii.t of New Goods, such
; ' as Ciotbing of all kinds, Shoes,
a . f Bonis , Hats, Cops. Carpets, Fan
cy Goods, &e.. all of which he will
O.ll .11.. .. ..i. . , ....
cuii Mb wit laicn, aa nia moio is "yujCK sales
aad small pro&tJ."
.Coata t:loth ad Caasimcre Coats.
y.'ii Fine and Coarse Coats.
' Frock and Business Ccats.
j . . Sunday and Ereryday Conf s.
A Pattts Cloth and Cassimere Pants. 1
Plain and Figured Pants.
Fine and Coarse .Pants.
Well-Siting and Long- wearing Pants.
eaCloth and Cassimere Vests.
-' 8Ua and Satin : Veata.
Light and Heavy Veata.
riain and Fancy Vests.
Trunl5s,yalicses, Carpet Sack. Canes. Um
brellas, Shawls, Gloves, Suspenders, Stockings
Cravats, Slarta. Drawers. Collars. Hundker
chiefs, Com', Brufhes, Scars, Pocket Knives.
Chewing Toiacco, Segars, and almost every
ueeripioo oluotiona not found in in any oth
er store. i ...
BsjfCall ail examine my stock before pur
chasing elsa where, as I feel satisfied that I
can plense all
DON'T FORGET THE PtACE-' .
Corhcrolbridgeand water streets.
- ABRAHAM MANSBACn.
AT THE STORE OF
JOS. M.BEL r D
The tindersistied would respectfully invite
,,e public to call aud examine his stock bt 'Vrc
; purchasing elsewhere. He has bought h:
assortment at such trices that he cannot be
I nndersOld by any in the country. Special at-j
tcution paid to purchasing goods iu tLecityperi
order at the shortest notice. I
Every effort ill be made by him to give sat-1
isfaction to those who may favor him w iih a call, j
I. tUtU' DHESS tOOUS !
Black and Fancy Silks, Bcrges Lawns,
Mtrrie Aotitte, CrenAdinen. Incaln,
Pure Chalii, Briiiinntcs, Gingham Lawns,
BombazineU, All wool d'Laincs,
Cashmeres, Peplin;. Alpacas, e.
A full assortment of White Di'ess Goods, Mus
lins. Brocha and other Shawls, Bonnets, Bon
net Satins, rtibbons. Flower, e. A No, Col
lars, Undersleoves, Handkerchiefs in rreat va-
A large quautitr of Dritirs, also,
- . . '-'.ii i I
On hand. 1 rCSCriptlOIlS IlllCtl. I
H? has also lai .n a luree
stock of Wool
I Cotton and Bag Carpets, Oil Cloth:, Mattings, i
; &.C., at tue lowest prices. I
Country Produce taken in exchnr.ge fori
goods, for which the highest market prices i
will be paid by ' '
J. ?I. HELI-OKR
TAKE CAKE OF YOUKTEkTil.i
WHETHER THE UNION IS PRESERV
ED OR NOT PEOPLE MUST EAT.
TfcETit marm-iipii-M mttirpty m aeyle
r:f base, which ia a combination of Gold
i and Vulcanite, also Vulcanite, which for
j Eeanty, Durability, CleanVncss and the res
jtoration of the natutal contour of the face,
caanot be surpassed. Either f Ihc above
' r...AU T H-bt-Mn trtit tttn rann Ta1K ta
mounted upon .
. Gold, Platlna and filter,
Coralite and Amber, with or without artificial
I irnmv finail ftttenfinn will bp t.aiil tn di-
easd gums and a cure warranted or no charge
made. - Teeth filled for life. - .
The extraction of teeth upon toe Litest im
proved principles, causing the least possible
fia Having located permanently in Miffiin
town aud being in possession of ail the la5;
improved instrument and machinery. 1 war
rant entire satisfaction in all ca:-es or the
BWill visit SfcAlisterviJle tho hist week
of October, January and May, the balance ef
my time I can be found at my olhoe on Bridge
street three doors east of Snyder'd Hotel,
MiiUintown, Jouiata county. Pa.
-'T... t Gi L. DEBJv,
SADDLES AND HARNESS !
fpHE subscriber has again opened out his
I I VA . . J
uk w woikb . rc - vw ui
"tfnn , a i i'ii uunieturipg all
i of. work in his line, snch- as
Addles. Bridles.- Collars and Harness
I Of all discription and at different price. As
the has been carrying on vh buainasa for the '
past leu ycani, he feels satisfied that ha can 1
please the must fancy and give general satis-'
action.--. As he intends to make his Work neat
and substantial tie feels assured it will be ac-'
knowledged to be M rood as aar in the conn
lf he asks is a fair trial. :
He also intends keeping on hand an nssort-
n"n r Saddles, Brulles, j.
ICarrlare land Butfarr Trln.mlnt '
Executed jn the very best and latest style
i Kepwng, AC., done neatlj and at li.e sitort-
lest notice. - !
His trices beiun- reasonahle he hopes lo re-!
ceivc a liberal share ef public patronage. j
-.AT. t rr it-.' a t"t t t- w a v 1
GOOD NEWS !
CALL aud see tne New Stoat of Fall and
Winter Goods at
' MICKEY & PBHKEIL'S,
Just received a new and complete assortmeal
Ladies' Latest Stle Dress Goods,
Plain and Fancy French Jlerino,
Paid and Fancy French Bepti,
B.acl: and Colored A lttpaca,
Black and Faucy Casbuacrs.
A large assortment of
Iriouroing Goodn, '
Balmoral ?kirts, - ..
.ii Brooch Sftiare and Lonjr Shasr.3,
Striptd aud Barred Woolen Shawls
rt , P rv ' 1.. 1... U . 1 I
Uur Sioaa Ol iuirBur uihhib uu L'nu iBicijr
increased by tho purchase of a complete lot of )
Choice Prints, j
Bleached and La-bleached luslius,
Tickiugs, Penlms, Wool Shirtings,
Twilled and Plato Flannela,
Also a Urge assortment of Cassimera uti
Cassinctls1, Sll of which we offer to Purchas
ers at town prices for Cash or Country pro
duce. : MICKtY & rr.NSELI..
T. S.. AU1 j vu will find a larga atock f
Groceries . (
I?oot atid Shoe.
Wall aud Violuw l'aper.
Janl-tf :, MICKEY & PES.NEI.L.
- ..AND J
Tcdd Sc - Jordan '
liAVE TO SELL SO CHEAP. j
Oil S, P4ITS, .,
COO lbs. Kagle White Lead.
000 " Columbia do do.
800 " Delaware river do d.
."00 " Gibsboro pure white Zinc Taint.
llio .Tersey. do tin do do.
j Prussian lllnes. Sperial French Greas, Lith-
ernge, Raw ar.r? biirnt Umbers, Putty. Glass.
S Varnish, Putty knives. Brushes and Flaxseed
i Oil, 4:c., ic, for sale cheap...bj".
TVuli $ J yRDAX.
in DRY GOODS!
Mautua Ribbons. o., .Mf.
All of whiel. w! be sold che;p for ash, at
the New Store iu Patterson.
TOt'D i JORDAN".
I Pri.u: Rii) Coffee. Prepared Coffee. Pnlver
ited Sugar. Crushed 3-igar, N. O. Sugar.
? h. sugar, n. o Moi. s h. Mois
Lovenn? vrl.D, Cuocola'e, Mustard,
S.arch, Nu.'meg-, Cloves. Cassia. Ginger, Ct
i i - t
' ...... . K L . .. K V..f, . .. ... I . .- ... . . I . .1 CI
nnl-tf . TODD & JOKDAX.
THE ClIEAPDT IN" THE UNION!
tftlenien's FurnisJiine Entpoaiuia ! '.
Just opftir l in the uew Brick Buikiitur. Miiin
i St.e"t. Patters'tn. n larm and ele?anl assrt-.
ciotwug. coua . j
part ot . '
I (!'.. Frr.k ..".;
i Drrs C'sftx, ltiynffr-n)'-i,
j ' Vet', Dr"-rrrf, V7'r., ' j
IL'm'irthirli, H-iu!kfrki' ff. j
Hut and Vuj'f. Ji'X ti SJiot., i
.And every thing usually louud iu a first class '
uentlemeu s x tM'iistiing htore. !
t'AXCT GOOPS . . J
Also a ltirgc and enrefully selfeted assort
ment of Fancy Goods, of all elates, kinds an I
qualities, all of wbich will be sjM ai the low
est possible living vriectk j
'Utter O'titvr and &!weg. j
He also invites liic. attciitinn of the ladies i
lo hi? sue stuck of GAirORS AND SIIOF.S,
which he will sell at prices defying con.peti-
hi.s on brftid a beatt!;fnl anso-twent of !
Catpeis. Oil Cioths, ic , which are of a good i
ar.lity, and Weil woriii the iuspertioo ol' lue '
tTC'KKS JEiTn.nv I
Ud J and S"vr W-,'r!.f.', j
' ClofH. yr in ". ,
i 1'tatn aiid ftn't '. .
Watch Keys, Ladies' and Ueo'V ur. -t Tius, .
Gold I'ensand Pencils, c. whic imi this lime
form the largest and beat assort men'. :a the j
county. . , . - , , - I
BQuAU the above goods will l stdd cheap
er than asy ether store in tlie. United State, i
t If ; yen don't believe it. Just (ire me a call
and be Convinced of the tru:h of the assertion t
, I . . LEVI HECHT
Patterson, jnn 1, !Sf4-f ' ' 1
PENNSYLVANIA HO I S E.
At Rnfaa". rr T7Tiemnm. Pm
S. R.NOSTINE, PROPRIETOR.
THE above named having taken char -f
this large ami oosrver.ient batel wave tf .
is prepared to eiuerMhi traveler", sojourners
or regular boarder.- Perwns wishing to take
the trains at or west will finl this the most
convenient stopping place as they will be
waked up at any hour desired- The location '
is most favorable and the accommodations are !
ef the Itest kind. The stabling is excellent
and hostlers attentive. The Table and Bar
will olsobe well provided.
,Vv-iTw ai . . o 2'"
ButtaieH. ia... alwara .o" b. had Persona
conveyed to anv part of the country. ,
ses ...tL-nU.. '.-j
J..; t -i-..- i. i... . i. ".tt .
roaage. and render the sojourn of his mests
botfi comfortatlle and pleesant.
I'attornon June if
BITTEB WIXE Of IBON,
BITTER WINE OF IRON,
BITTER WINE OF IRON,
BITTER WISE OP IRON.
TEE GREAT TOXIC
THE GREAT TONIC
THE ORF.AT TONIC
THE GREAT TONIC
For tyjjcpiia sad IndigiiS, .
f or Ityspepsia and Indigestion.
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
Fof Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
For fheak Stomachs and General Debility.
For Weak ftomachs and General Debility. '
For Weak temachs and General Debility.
For Weak Stomach.! and Gcnertt'. Vility.
Reliable and Sure to do Good.
Reliable aid cure to do Ooo-l
Reliable and Sure to do Owl,
Reliable and Sure to do Good.
And Cannot do iUrtt.
And t'ai.Boi du Harm.
And Cannot du Hrtrui.
Aud Cannot do Haim.
It costs but Little and Purines tba Ulood.
It coots but 1iitle and Purifies the Blood.
Ii eons but Lit'la and Purifies the P.ioo-1.
It cost but Little and Purities the Blood.
I Now Only Ask a lr:i:
1 Now Only Ark a Trial
I Now Only A.k a Trial
I Now Only A-k Trial
tOf this Valuable Medicine.
Ct tU.s Valuable Mediciit.
j Of his YaluaMe Mediaire.
I Of this Valuable Vrdicine.
j Only Seven'y-five A One Pol'ar pr ftot'.ie.
! : Onty Seventy-five One Dollar per l'.ottiv.
Only Seventy-five & One Dollar per Bottle,
f Only Seventy-five & One Dollar per Botilt.
i Manufoctu'rel solelv bv
S. A. KI NKLEA l'.KO.
: General Depot lift Market St., Hr)L-;but ;Pji
I For a tie by R. F. Kepner, Miihintown, and
j rcsptctatle dealers everywhere.
i jnlj 13 64 -"ru
TltE peeuliar taint or
intV-ftioii which we
call Suon;t.A lurk.'
in tloco;i-filuti'ini i7
inuliittdos of ntr a. If
:;her protluo or i
prt-Mlutd br an en
folled. vitiated st.i;
nf lh' bhrfld. wbt roT!.
iiTtbK' fbiiil beeoni.;s in
rS?!i kg"rous uction, an t
j -ir:ives to -jm'::ii i-f
loll into Jii'.nUr sm-I
docay. 1 he orufulou fonttiniinrtion is ra
rinusly oan-i d by in reuri.-l disease, lo
living, di.-orilcrt-il digestion frmit unbealJiy
fjotl, impure air, tilth and tillhy iisbit-.
the depressing ii.t'. und, l-jvt si!, h.
the vtiuT'.-:;I infoctiun. Wlmtertr In it
origin, it is hereditary in the constitution..
dscondif 'from piirt.its to c'lildrtn uut.
the third and f.mrth gonorati'in ; " intlctd, :
ftetth to be tl? rnd of Hiai v ho ay, I wL' t
visit ti.e iuiipiith's of the fathers uptip. tln-ir
chiltlreti." The distas.j jt originates tttk
Yurifus name?, acconiing ij ilie ..rgnn 11
attacks.' In the lim.-, ScrotuU product
tubeicles, and finally Consumption : in th
glands, swellings which suppurate and In
come ulevrous sore; in th ator.iach ai.-f
boweN, derangements which prodti'-e ind -gestiiiii,
dy-pcjM'ia, and liver complaints ) u i
the skin. triiiive and cutaneous aractioris
T!i?.-e, air having the sjint frfjin, r fj:i:rv b
same remedy, viz., pin-Hi-w'ii.n and mvignra
lion if tlie bloiL Purify the .1 loo-k aa T
these d.ingerotw dUunipers leave yon. Wi;
feeble, foul, or corrupted Howl, you eann.
have health; with that "lite of the llc.-i."
h :!t!.r, you cannot have .n-ofulous dUtaie.'
is cemponndt d from the most etleetu d ar.h
rli.te'! tht uwd'ir.l science b H-rc-vr..d f"e
I Hiis aiUit'ting tiisletnper. and t-.r il.o e"ru of
! riie disorder j it entails. T'.i.t it b i'.r sun.-
rior lo any other remedy yet del is-etl. it
i known by i.H nhahzrc giverTit a trial. 'I hsv
it to. eombine virtues truly extraordinary
: in tu. ir elloet upon this class of cutiiphdnu.
r. is lLUispatably pro
on r v l ie artat iimltiiii f
s. i t publ-Liv Known ami rvimirKa: en res
l.ss made of the following diseases: Killsf'i
EviL cr Glandular SwelliiUia. TutKiVa.'
T ' Tl. I . ni.,.i J r-
x-ropiiuns, xriiiipus. omcuuea auu core.
Erysirelas, Eose or Si. Anthony's Tire
Stilt Elieum, Scald Head, Coughs froiu
tuberculons deposits in the lungs, Whito
Swellings, Debility, Dropsy, lierralgij.
Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Syphilis aiiil
SjphiLtie Infections, Kercuriai liseaj-e:.
leinile Weaknesses, and, indeed, ti wio.i,
cries of complaints that arie fiotn itnpuiivv
ef the bl.Hd. Minute retrf.tts r.f iioli-i,li:t
case may w found in Avi.r.'s Aii tu
Al.h.wac, wbich U fmiir-licd to tin- d:nj.i ot
for gratuitous di-tributiuti. wlwrein jn:iy I
learned tiie tlireetions for it- n-e, and ..cti:'
of the reinnrkuble eurf s which it has in.;..!.
when all oilier remedies had f.dl-l to nil'oi.l
relict Tiu rae are purpoeiy t.L. n
from nil sections of tlie countiy, in ortl-''
thiit every reader may l.aw Mr. -v. ..m..
one who an fpetik to him of its t-eiieiiu from
porsopitl experience. SiTofnhi tlepresses the
vit;tl energies, and thus haves its ietim i'.r
more subject t disease and ."ts ilul n u"f
than are healthy unti'utiinl. lUnee :
tends In hor:. n. and i!of i urt nl'y lu-it- o.
tin- nvirage iluratiun rf hiiina.t "life. TK
vift ii(tporr:ini of the-e etm-iilomtions hj
L-.l u- to fim nd years in .eitVtiing a rvKM-d.v
which is :.ko;i:i:c tu its lure. Thi v.c now
ril'cr to tl.e put He under the name of Ai rs'
S vi:-.Mv.i(ii.i.., tililu uh it is nipte.J i f
inL'retlioeN. nmw of wltteli exi-.el tht- Le.
cf turiipmiiln in alteraiive tmwir. Ey i!
aid yi.n may protect your-elf from tl.e ;urlr
iiiK tiiid diingr.r of thee disorder. Puigo
t'i the foul corruptions that rot and lVii-r
in tb.t blood, purge oct the t iiu.- of disease,
anil vigorous vioahli will iollnw. By it pecu
liar Virtues this roiiKtiy stii'uulatcs irie
fuiK tit.ii-. and thus expels tl.e di tten.pt r
which lurk within iho jyten or bnrst out
en any part of is.
TVr know the public have- Wen rleceivtxl
ty many caliipounds of Saimpaj-Jiu, that--pruitihteii
much and did nothing ; but they
w ill n ithcr 1 tleeeivi d nor disappointed in
Ihi. ll rlrtn.'s have been proven bv nbiin-
I flanf tri'tl. and there remains no question ot
in i'.rKi?-mg excellence lor tlie ture of the
alllutiiug tlisetues it U intended to reach .
Akbuuli until r tbc same name, it is a very
"rcnl medicine from any other which ha
Wnre the people, and l fer more- e.
msal than any other which- has ever been .
-vaJaUe lo ilitm. . ., .
Th World's ; Orent Bemodjr for
Coughw, Colds. Incipient Con
sumption, und for the relief . '
of Consumptive patients
in advanced stages
ot the dineatw. .
Tltia h hern m lonar ored ami so Bni- '
versally known, that we need do no more
than assure the public that its quality U kept
np to the best it ever has been, and that it
kiay be relied on to do all if has ever done.
JVepared by Jn. .1. a Arm & t'o
Practicol m d Arytical Chew,,
. LoB-cll. JI. .
F')M by all drti?cl-t r rcry w?'.m.
fl:l--I.Jfc . 'A