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$j;t Juniata Stntmel.
? EDSE8UAY MORNING, OCT. 25. 1871.
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PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Olf AND
fter Sunday, May 14, 1871, Ptwflftr
Trainn will leave Mifflin Station m follows:
f hUadelpbit Kipre.. 1.20 A. M
Harnsb'tf Accomtnoda'n 11,00 A. M.
Mail Train - 8.S0 P. M.
Cincinnati Express...... 8,50 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 1,30. A. M.
First Pacific Express ... 3,12 A. M.
Mail Train .. S.27, P. M
W Passenger 9.15 A. M.
JAMES NORTH. Af'l
TOWS ASO CUUNTKY.
Coming in regular time winter.
Grand autumn days Sunday and Mon
day. "A paper that ttkee A sheriff's war
rant. "A question of time Asking a ladj
hit ape "
Appear and disappears every day
A man in Midi in comity raised a ecv
an p'mnd sweet potatoV
A wit t aid that " the lady that took
everybody's eye must have had quite a
lot of thcin."
Wanted A girl to do general houw
work. Apply to John Graylill, of this
J"?QCtBR Jacobs in putting ap aoothei
office on hia lot on Bridge street, east ol
JTmb highert price in cash will be paid
forchestnuts, at Kreider'a Kestauraut
under Will 'a hotelT
An exchange says that no Democrat
lias ever been murdered for bis political
wpiuiotis iu this cofntry. Comment is uu
An agvl aud reiprctable citizen ol
ftlifilin county named Ym. Kyser, dii-d
on the 4th iiist , from the effect of an
overdose of "Cure oil."
TE llarwbiirg L-ijal Opinion hap
lieen purchased by John W. Brown, on
of the proprietor of the Patriot. He
will eulurg" and otherwise improve it.
The Agent for the sale of " Hitch
cock's Aualyfis of the Bible" is now
iNU)v!'ig This county. Every HiM.
n-a'ier sliouIJ linve a copy of this valua
Waxieii I.m.mumatklv A Pantaloon
ir Vest Maker, to whom steady work
will he given. Apply to
S B Loi uo.v,
Lost A pair of gold spectacle, on
?tmdy, somewhere between the cornei
of Main and Bridge streets and the Metli
dist church. The finder will lie reward
fed by leaving them at this office.
Kmam'kl Siiaffnrr, of Dauphin
comity, was arrested last week on tht
suspicion i having poisoned two wives,
from the fleets of which she died. Thi
ease will be tried at Ilarrieburg.
Furttts seldom make an attack with
out warning, and may often be throwi.
off by soaking the feet in warm water
wrapping up warm in bed, and taking
two or tun-e of Parson Purgative Pills
J MrfcK-RATS are building conically
hapd winter quarters iu the river. 1 ho
who profess an acquaintance with tin
habits of the animal say that it meant
that we arCyto have an early, hard and
A Missionary. just returned, says h?
regard Jclns'm's Anodyne Liniment, as
beyond all price, aud efficacious beyond
any other m-dicine. It is adapted to
great variety of special cases, and is Um
best pain killer in the world.
P Bear Caiuht. A hear was caughi
IaJTSaturday night in a trap that John
Tyson, of this place, had set on the tot
of Shade Mouutain, directly north ot
town. The brute was brought down to
Mr. Tyson's place, where it can be seenj
Attention- The young men whu
cot.templ.tle organizing a Cavalry Com
any in this couuty, will meet at Perry
ville, on Saturday, November 4th, at 1
oclk P M. All who favor such an
organization are cordially invited to at
Osr, of the institutions of Juniata coun
ty is G. L. Derr's Dental Office, estab
lished in Mifflintowu, in 1660. And 1
now wish to state that on the 1st day of
'ovmber next I shall take possession of
my new of5e ; on the old grounds, Biidg
Lreet, opposite the Court House, where I
can i. lH':d at all times during business
hours ; and further that all work done
tL:it werk (not previously contracted for)
will he done at one-third less rates thau
regular prices. Full upj.er or lower seti
from S300 to $20 00 per set. Fiva dol
tare will invariably be charged when tem
porary sets are. ordered Any one having
badly filling frets of teeth can have them
remodeled or exchanged at low prices,
and made perfectly satisfactory. Teeth
filled and repaired. I shall keep con
itantly on hand an Electric Battery, by
the ase of which the extraction of teeth
is rendered almost a painless operation
No extra charge made for Ha use. All
work warranted to give entire satisfac
tion. A fact that is not generally known
is, that it is not necessary to extract a
tooih to stop permanently any toothache.
I can in five minutes atop any nervous
toothache without removing th tooth.
G. L. DERR.
Tint Rtguttr h provoked at oar Jack
son Demacrat correspondent from Green
wood and stands off, making faces, and
fairly yells "curimtitj I ' Boo boo 1 boys,
how sour the grapes ate.
rXaROE fires hare been raging in the
m3untains on the south aide of the Nar
rows, between this place and Lewistown,
and also on the licking Creek aide of
the tame mountains On Sunday and
Sunday night the rahVy people worked
bard to keep the fire from getting down
to the fences about their farms.
VesterdaV the County Commission
ers awarded the contract for building an
iron bridge across Cocalamus creek, near
Browns's Mills, Fayette township, to C.
W. Dean, agent for King's Iron Bridge
and Manpfacturing Co., fur the sum of
fifteen hundred dollars. The contract for
building the mason work was let to
John Watts, of Richfield, for two dollars
and twenty-five cents per perch.
IIiguwaV UoBSKtY. A city paper
says : At midnight,. on the ISth inst., at
Harrisburg. Mr. George Rice, ex chief
engineer of the Reading railroad, was
robbed of aixiecn thousand dollars. Mr
Kice, who is now the contractor of a new
railroad from Driftwood, Elk county, to
ihe Allegheny railroad, arrived at twelve
o'clock on the Readiug railroad from
Philadelphia, with a satchel containing
sixteen thousand dollars, to pay the hands
employed by him. He jumped f rom the
train before it reached the Readiug depot,
to proceed to the Pennsylvania Central
depot, to meet his partner, Mr. Tboina
A. lit-illy, who was to accompany him to
Driftwood. The satchel was strapped to
hii arm. He was met in the dark by an
unknown peasnn who threw cayenne pep
per in his eyes, cut the strap and disap-:
peared with the satchel and the money
lr. Rice reached the Lochitl Hotel,:
where he is under medical treatment.
Armv of Wild Bkasts Coming
400 men and horses. 300 wild animals, a
pair of elephants, a herd of camels
Porepangh'f big show, en route for Phil
de!p!lia( to exhibit at Miffliutown, Tues
day, October 31st. Returning from a
grand campaign through the West, Mr.
Adam Forepaugh, iu accordance with
tnnouncetnents made several months
dnce, is to visit this town and couuty,
Tuesday, Oct. 31. exhibiting at Mifflin-1
town on the afternoon and evening of the j
lav named. j
This is the largest traveling show in
the world. Two mammoth tents are'
ised, for the menngtrie and the olherfor
he circus All who visit the menagerie
re admitted to the circus fnr
In the menagerie are many animals j
never before su by the rising genera
tion in this county, aud by few only of I
.he oldest Inhabitants. Prominent in 1
the lint of animals is the African Eland, j
he River Hore, the GorilU. Tree-Top-j
ner.t'ariboo. Ostriches, Camelopard, Gnu. i
White Camels, eipht Wild Lions, and j
Leopards, Tigers, Bear?, Panthers Mon- j
keys, elephants, and in fact a species of j
every animal worth looking at. !
The circus unquestionably is the best j
now traveling, embracing more aud better
performers, horses and paraphernalia than
r.ver were put upon the road.
Parties veiling the menagerie, unless
defining of so doing, will neither, see nor
bear anything pertaining to the circus,
which is held iu ano'her tent. A grand
:rcs Parade will be made on the morn
ing of the exhibition day. One hundred
matched horses gayly pliMied, will draw
i he long line of animal dens ; ten camels
will appeared harnessed to the cage con
taining the African eland; eight Shetland
ponies will be harnessed to a beautiful
bird bower, and sixteen thoroughbred
Arabian horses will appear harnessed to
he great Kgyptian chariot, containing
ihe military band, which travels with the
Wc expect to see the biggest crowd
here next Tuesday that has assembled at
Mifflintowu for some time. Don't stand
upon the order of your coming but
come and see
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
Something new and norcl. Be sure and
read the advertisement in our paper, headed
Greatest Invention of the Age." We believe
the GoMen Fountain Pen is unsurpassed. A
ood pen is a necessity to every man, woman
nd child. Agonts. here is a chance to make
money in introducing a good and saleable
Piles iustamly relieved and soon cured by
tiding Dr. Urigg's Pile Remedies. They re
duce inllamaiisn, soothe the irritated parts,
:id have proven a blessing to the afflicted
whether internal, external, bleeding or itch
ing piles. All kinds in nil stages must yield
to the wonderful infl-irnce of these never
failing remeaiea. Sold by Druggists.
Thb Oxwakd Pkosres.i or Pciskce It is
in indisputed fact that the skill of man is
Inily developing improvements in various de
partments of industry. Each and all have
ao aim for our general welfare. One of the
cost desirable and long wished for results
has been accomplished in the discovery, by
Dr. J. Uriggs. of his Cora and Bunion Rem
edies, his Alleviator for the cure and preven
tion of common Corns, and bis Curative for
be absolute cure of Festered Corns, Inflamed
Kunions, Ingrowing Nails, Sore Instep, Blis
tered Heels. Tender Feet, c, Afl. Sold y
Cottons, Cot ns, aud Throav Arrscnos.
4,s all seasons of the yew. many people seem
to be suffering with Throat Diseases, manifest
ing themselves in varioua forms such as
Corurha. Bronchitis, Laryngitis. Asthma,
Ptbisic, and other highways to that prinee of
terrors Consumption. Hunareas are nec
lectful when they are slowly but surely drift
ing onward to certain destruction, who might
with a little eare, and by the use of proper
remedies, cheek their downward tendency.
Dr. J. Briggs' Throat and Lung Healer is the
acme of perfection for the speedy curs' ef all
diseases ot the Throat, Lungs, and Chest
Can be given to the Infant and aged with per
fect safety, as it contains no Injurious drugs
of any description. As a general household
medicine, it is rapidly becoming indispensa
ble. Sold by Druggists.
Db- BatooV AHaT',ltar ourM Headache,
Neuralgia and nervous diseases. Try it.
Sold by BANKS & AASILIS, and drugtsu
bBLX LANK Oa the 10m isst, at He.
Veytown. by Rev C V. Wilson MfChas. M.
Bell and Miss Frances S. Lane aft of Reed's
Gap, Juniata county.
STONER SMITH On (he i9th inst., by
Rev. B. C. Pardon. Mr. Henry Stoner, of
Perryaville, aatf if it Lydin 8nuth, of Mif
GIVEN WTKI On the 21st last, by the
same, Mr. Heary R.- Given and Miss Rebecca
E. Wyke. both ef Patteltooa. PaJ
FINANCIAL AND COMEECIAL
40 So. Zd St. Phila.
3 o'clock; p. m. Oct. 24. 1 87 1 .
New U. 8. 6's of 1881 112 fl3
V. 8. 6's of '81 IISJIIKJ
'65 - IMJtoiU
" 'M. new, llifel!3
'67. new llSilllSj
" 6,s.lO-4(V 10!)J(ilU'Jj
U. 8. 30 Vear 6 per cent. Cy 1 1 1 1 1 1 J
Silver,... 1U9 (!10J
Union Pveifie R. R. 1st M. Bonds- 86J 8'i
Central Pacific'R. R - 101 (WjlOlJ
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds- 74j 75
MIFFLINTOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Jukiava Ssktisil
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Fal
leraoa. Butter r1 lb
Epg. do1 - -
Lard. V lb-
" Peaelies, pared
" Peaches, unpared
" Cherrie, pitted
Sides and Shoulders
PoUtoes, "JJ bus
Ground Alum Salt, "y sack...
Locust Ports, mortising
" for board fence..
D. K. SCLOUFF'8 PRICES CC
White Wheat, "j bus
Red Wheat, "
Prepared Cral, "jl ten -
Nut " " -
Pea " "
Bituminous" " ......... ...
Run of Log, 4 4, jf 10 )0 ft
S-8. " ....
8 4. " ....
. 1 37
.. 4 75
. 3 25
. 16 00
. 25 00
" " 6-1, " 28
Onto 20 00
Hemlock Frame, " ......17
" Boards. " 18
Whitepiae worked Flooring .
..... 28 00
.. .. 28 0
75 to 3 00
" ticrmau Mrting
Panel Poors I
Window Sash, 8x10. 'J window-.,
' " 9x12.
" " lOiH,
Pmt.AnKi.PbiA. Oct. 21. 1871.
Floi There is a little more activity in
the nmrkrt, but prices remain without quota
ble change- Sales of 1N0O bsrrels. including
Superfine $5 00(5,5 50
Extras $H OnfWjS 50
N. W. Extra Family $7 00(0,8 25
Ohio A lud. do. do $7 00f)7 75
Penna. do. do $7 00ri;7 00
Fancy Brands $8 00(,8 75
Grain The wheat market is dull. les of
4000 bus Ptnn and western red 1 $1 55 ;
amber at $! 68 jl 1, end white at $1 G2. In
Rye nothing doing. Com is very irregular:
ssles of 350 bu Cel and Penn yellow at 75
77e, anp 400 hue's new yellow, on the Cob. at
66c, and 4(K0 bus or mixed at 7274c. Osts
are 1 cent lower; sales of 70i'0 bus western
white at 4fM9c, and mixed at 45a47e.
Skkds There is very little doiug in Clover:
we quote at 1010j ; Timothy at $3n3 25
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Monday, Oct. 23 P. M.
The cattle market was very dull this week,
and prices were weak and unsettled. About
3000 1 ead arrived and sold at 6 fic. for ex
tra Penn and western steer; 7c for a few
choice; 5fa6e, fair to gcod do. and 3ja5c,
lb, gross, for common, as to quajity.
Cows were without change ; 2H head sold
at $4Ha70 per bead, as to quality.
Sheep were higher; 14000 bead sold at the
different yards at 5a7c per lb gross, as to
lings were dull ; 4000 head sold at $6 25a
7 25 per 100 lbs net, the latter rate for prime
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, iC.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &c. Sold
Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal. &e.. cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. Too ean make monev by calling on us
before selling er buying elsewhere.
Gaais will nc bkckivid is stoic to bc
SOLD BY THE 1st OT JUNE, 1871.
P. 8. Our grain is not elevated oa men's
Mifflintowu, April 20. 1871.
tU- DEAFNESS. BLINDNESS, and CA
TARRH treated with the utmost success -by
J. Isaacs, M. D., and Professor of Dutmiet ol
tht Hgt mi Ear, Ate tfteiaUtf m the Medical
College of Pmuylvania. 13 peare' experience,
(formerly of Leyden. Holiand.) No. tK'5 Arch
Street, Fbila. Testimonials ean be seen at
his office. The medical fasnity are invited le
accompany their patients, as he has no secrets
in his praitioe- Artificial eyes inserted with
sot pain. Jto ohaxge for examination.
s-Jtctata. tmnn $15 er yaw.
DR. P. C. RUNDIO.
' PODIGIn MID DDUGGIOE,
... PATTERSON, iA.y
DEAffcR IN EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CL.4SS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment of
All persona who are in need of Spectacles will find it to tbeir advantage to
call, as they will find the largest stock in the county to select from; COSE
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-8IOHT RESTORED
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS ANI HARMON ICONS; ALSO A SPLENDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With ao immense stock of NOTIONS gSf Something for everybody, ystwg
aud old. at the
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES A PRICES
reported weekly by C. BAR1LEY, op
posite the Post Office, Midlintown, Pa :
B utter - - a)
Eggs - 25
ltr'n- 10 1 it
Cheese, Ohio 16 18
New York 18 20
Molisses, Porto Kico, gal . )'
New Orleans 1 00
S.'rup, Honey liee 65
Amber ............ so
Melted Sugar 1 00
Sugar, Granulated - 17
A . li
" B - 15
Extra C 14
" Yellow C 13
Coffee, Rio, Choice
" " Fair Tl
" Rosld (Arbuckles) 1'H
Tea, Imperial, Finest 1 60
Oolong. 1 IW
1'aisii.s, Vlentia. 18
Layers -.. 25
Currants - 20
Pruens, French 20
aop, Rosin 5 6
Olive - ID
" Babbit 12 lo
Salt, Ground Alum 2 00
Dnirv .. I'lalo
Maekeral. No. 2 (new) bbl 8 60
Brooms, No. I
" No. .... 3&
No. 8 3t
Tubs, Cedar 1 50a 1 75
Buckets, Painted. 2 hoops .. 25
Slaw Cutlers 6"
Tin Cups - "
Tin Dish Pans W)
Tin Cullendeis 40
Tin Wssh Pans BO
Tin Buckets 60
Boots, Men's Calf 5 2o
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting 2 UO
Sweet, Tj peck.... 4')
Coal Oil, '5? gallon 40
Cash paid for eggs.
Birdsell Combined Clover Thresher
1"HI3 MACHINE THRESHES, 8F.PA
. bti:s. Hulls and Cleans Clover Seed at
one operation ; capacity ranging Irom -') to
SO bust els per dy, according lo yield of
ised. After the Clover is red mio tne 1 nresr,
nr Cylinder, the seed contained therein is
deposited into a bag or measure artbe side
of the Machine.
No Eehandlinj of Chaff or Tailings.
An elevator conveys the unhulled chaff
back to the HULLER HOPPER, and an e
tra Eleva'or ennreys the light seed, &o , back
lo the Fanning Mill
oftOrt la mnei throuchont the United
S'ste- NfMt ' d-.
Iwarwcd first rreailaa at . i state fairs
Send for "Clover Lsav" and Colored Eu
graving, which give complete d-scription.
BiaossLL MisirArTrsixo Co ,
Home Factory. South Bend, Ind.
An Agent wanted in Juniata county.
Aug. 30, 1871-3m
COAL AND LUMBER YARD.
THE undersigned begs leave to inform the
public that be keeps constantly on hand
a large stock of
Coal and Lumber.
His stock embraces in part,
STOVE COAL. SMITH COAL, AVD LIMB
At the Loveet Caih Rntei.
Lumber of all kinds and quality, such as
Wh le Pine Plank. 2 inches thick.
White Pine Boards, 1) inches thick.
White Pine Boards. 1 inrh thick.
White Pine Boards inch thick.
While Pine Worked Flooring,
Hemlock Boards, Seavling.
Joists, Roofing Lath, Plastering
Lath. Shingles, Stripping,
Sash and Doors.
Coal anal Lumber Delivered at Short
fSr Persons on the east side of the river
ean be furnished with Limburner's Coal. Ac,
fram the Coal-yard at the Lock above Mifflin.
Patterson, June 14, '71.
COAL. Lumber, Fish, Salt, and all kinds
of Merchandise for sale. Chestnut Oak
Bark. Railroad Ties, all kinds of Grain and
Seeds bought at the highest market prices in
cash or exchanged for merchandise, coal,
lumber. Ac. lo suit customers- I am pre
pared to furnish to builders bills of lumber
just as wanted and on short notice; of either
oak or yellow pine lumber.
Jan4 Port Royal, Juniata Co., Pa.
rOTr inrfiftiM. U ink St.; tfL MM, ZH W.
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N.Can auk- 1 M ISHilliM
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CnrAaUdto w " Wltbort taa
kalb mr eauu 1 Zt t
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riii. Btni S aS S '""S-r-fcn.
with UMir 9 " vra M
au, Mlia( oar nl ( 1 drlUa-
Mala. Ka Khan ' aTa aa
trratmrala. Noa other fhoaM avar ha aaaL Far
fartfcalai. n4 for airaalar. aUI, ar aidiaai at aaava.
A SIX HORSE POWER ENGINE, with
Governors. Boiler and Mnd Boiler, all
complete.. For full particulars address
Peru Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
June 28, 1871.
LARGEST STOCK ef Drsss Goods in the
canity at Tikapj k tefomtakiio.
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
alrs of gritl (? state.
IN FEKMANAGII TOWNSHIP,
AT PUBLIC SALE:
THE undersigned. Agent, will offer at pub
lie sale, on the premises, in Fermanagh
township, Juniata couuty, at 1 o'clock P. M.,
Saturday, November 4th, 1871,
(Unless previously sold at private sale,)
Tee following real estate, to nit : A valuable
farm, situnted in said town-hip. about ?t
miles northeast of Mifflin, (by the road), ad
joining lands of C B Horning. Jacob Thorn
as. or., ana " iiuim A'lison containing
About Thirty Acre of which is good f imber
land a portion of the limber on it being fine
straight ak, suitable for heavy frame work
The remaining one hundred acres are clear,
nd in a good state of cultivation, and well
fenced, having thereon erected a new
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
thirty feet square, with fountain pump at the
Good Frame Dank Barn,
40 by 72 feet. Trough with fountain pump
for watering stock near the barn. Two Curn
Cribs. Stone Sring and Wash Houte, and all
other outbuildings usually found oa a well
improved farm There are to Springs of
excellent, water near the bouse There is
also op the premises an Orchard with a
FIXE COLLECTION OF FRUIT.
Thia property is in close proximity to
schools and mills, and is a desirable place for
P&F Terms mads known on day of sale by
KMAS HORNING, Agent.
Oct. 13, 1871.
A Valuable Farm
IV WALKER TOWNSHIP
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Til E undersigned offers at private sale, a
valuable farm, situated in Walker town
ship, about one fourth mile northeast of Per
ryaville, on the east side of the Juniata river,
adjoining lanHs of William Hetrick and Mrs.
ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN ACRES,
Nine Acres of which are well set with young
timber. The remainder is cleared and in a
good stale of cultivation every acre being
tillable ; having thereon erected a large new
Brick Dwelling House.
also a good STOMg IIOl't-E, suitable for
renting or can he ufced as a sumn.er house.
: a good Spring Hmise near to the Dwelling
Ho4ie, Hake-oven and good Well ot never
failing water all under one roof,
Oootl JjiiVfjo Bank IJarn,
Wagon Shed. Wood House, and all other ne
cessary outbuildings. There is a good Coal
Wharf on the premises, which is valuable.
Ala gno4 Young Orchard, just beginning
to hear plentifully.
This farm was formerly owned by Samuel
Basborc, dee'd.. ami can be bought from his
widow. Mrs. Anna Myers, residing in Me
Veylown. Mifflin Co., Pa. Full particulars
will be given and tirns made known by the
Undersigned, residing on the premise.
M. L. BASIIOP.E.
July 12, 187l-2m
Real Estate at Private Sale,
I.N MlI.FlIRD TiiWNSIIIP.
T ' HE tinder'igned offers to sell at private
i sale a certain tract of land sitn.ited in
Mi! ford township, one mile south of Patter
son, Juniata county, adjoining landa of G.
W. Jacobs, B. D Kepner Jacob Lemon and
about Toirty live Acres of which are cleared
and in a good state of cultivation, having
been limed twice over within the last 6ve
years. The remaining ten acres is Woodland,
well set with lock-oak and yellow pine tim
ber. The improvements on this property
LOG II0lTSE, BANK BARN,
Good Frame SPRING HOUSE, with a never
failing Well o. giM'd water at the door, also
a Spring close by. Also necessary outbuild
ings, a goon Apple Orchard, fetches, Pears,
Cherrys and all kinds of fruit..
The above property will be aold en very
reason tble terms The purchaser can also
have the opportunity of buying from ten to
forty acres of good cleared land adjoining
the above, at a very moderate price.
For further in'ormation inquire of Arnold
Varns, wner, who resides on the- premises.
Any person wishing to purchase would do
well lo call and examine the property for
Julv 12 17 1-3 m
NEW DRUG STORE.
BANKS & HAMLIN.
Mailt Street. Miflmtown, Pa.
MCS AID IWICMES,
Chemicals, Dye Stuff,
Tutty, Coal Oil,
Infants Brushes, Soaps,
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes,
Ilair Oil, Tobacco,
LARGE VARIETY OF
selected with great care, and warranted frem
Purest of WINES AND LIQUORS for Medi
tST PRESCRIPTIONS compounded with
great care. malo'70-ly
ALL KINDS OF BLANK WORK. Ac. done
at this Office in the neatest manner and
"Let w&harca JHenogerie.'''
400 AND HORSES,
AD AH ABatT 09
WILD BEASTS C0H56I
Will Exhibit at
TUESDAY 0CT0KER 31.
Open at 1 and 7 o'clock p. m. Circus
tommences ones hour later. Menagerie open
all the time Ciscns is progressing.
&U3ElT3i AND CIRCUS?
POSITlVEtr THE LAR1EST,T1FE BES?,.
THE MOST tiUC'ESSFUL ASO UNO"JEC
T (ON ABLE RXHJMTION TN THE'WORLl.
and the o7y ewe that axhibits under
TWO BIG TENTS
SsHr5)r &0 People,
Circus is separate I from the Menageri
Different efrances and exit' Patroniicd
and eommendi'd by the enfire communify,
and is the only Mcnagt-rio exhibiting a fu3
Cariboo and Tree-Topper,
from South America, pair of
8 WILD LIONS,
and a pair of
OSTRICHES, and a 701 lb. REINDEER.
The Old War Ebphant, "Borneo,"
weighing 18,000 Us , and h a i.urling catf
elephant, Baby Viiiiii,
weigh-ng on'y 400 lbs , and the following list
cf animuls every one of which is exhibited
as an J vert ised :
Pair of White, Uoable-fcarkeal
15 HTRIAN CAMELS.
The CABIA BARA, TAXELOPARU,
HIPPOPOTAMUS, (South American.)
ARABIAN IIKO.HtDARY, BLACK BEAR,
THIBET or SUN BEAR, tRIZZLT BEAR,
WHITE POLAR BEAR, P0AU BEAR,
BROWN BEAK. The NVLUAU.
ASIATIC and AFRICAN I ION and LIONESS
Pair of JNonter ROYAL BENGAL TItiEKS.
Knot linlla Anlelnaa. taaltmrre neaCSy
onr HraSra Palnlina sikrea,
Hpwttea Ain fleer, Kiatin mf l0lora4aa
Amrrlcna Kallaw laprr, rtsalk Aawrtcaa Jaawar,
Mllver l.laa, mf alilnrala, rVravlaa Alpacma,
MrifM-4 aS Spnt.'i-S Hrenaa.
I.luaaa, r t'arnrl mf the AaoV.
I'umN r Amrrlran Cvagnr. Amertrna BnSnalw,
Virniain Hnnlher. Sem-icnl Leopenla,
Hlack Ticer, mnttrm Tigrra, Mhrtlaaal Caw,
Aaatrmlina Katiienroo, Starred t'atllr
Kat Hanjsara mf Mew raland,
1'aarav I. ion ol KnD rn. The rbo ar Oa ISaada.
Alriraa I'arrapine. Kadicrra, llravera,
While. Ilrawa anil tray ('nana,
Wila I'nu, KaxfA Wt-uxrla, ( ivit fata.
I.rnx, Pernire, WantUal. (azrllea,
Japaarw l inr, Atiican Jnxkala,
flaaiardi-aa Habnan, or L.ian lavrra.
O. rlol. Ithuinn-I'hor ilnuiitia, llonhcva aa4 Aaas
hi re a-irero or llwrnea .lluaiiiait, Caaawtaa
Armnililla, Hiihymneta, lledraae.
Bnria Had Klurli .lmkey, iHatlrit, tVaaaeraa,
A laenaiae Harbnry .rbra. ( 'he ah ar Oaacvt,
iaa, Molh and Tapir, Homed linrae, jaat addea
Ve dr A c.
THE BIUU lt;PAKT.METl
t-'aaaavrarv. T. Ikatrh-hea, HVnm Vakare,
f:ondor ad Kuiilea, Bmrk and nhi(a Swaaa,
t-alraf Snow-while Afrieaa fclk-aoa.
Pair af While Prarocka,
Afrlcaa Oowued Crane, Lyre Bird.
New llllaad Knlu-s Birda mf Paradiae.
Sinlia ltrrH.trd IVioqurtH, White Carrier Davaaj
African iruy Parraia, Gulden Pkraamata,
Siaaaih Marawa, Tampica Parrata,
Kinax l.nri Birda, Ito-ta I'arataaa,
siilvrr Phrannta. :binre Birda in crrat vw-Wtv,
and Ike fi H K AT A I !TK A 1.1 A N Bt K D MJOtV,
eaulainins; every imaa-inable variety af Ike
autny colored Birda af Plaatane, will be faaad
la tke OruilkelogicaJ Oeaanaaeat af this Cat.
In Another Tent behold tha
FREE TO ALL
who visit the Mensjvrie, with
Four Horizontal lar I'urforinprs. Ten
Jockey liidcrs. Four Equestriennes,
Ubree I towns, I liree Acrocatg fcxtraor
dinary, Tliree Male Equestrians, Two
Trapezists, TLirteen l.eapers. Two Ani
mal Trainers Two Double Somersaiilt-
ers. One Hurdle Rider, Fifteen Tumbler
and Vaulters, One Boneless Man, Two
Scrnic Riders, One Indian Chief, Two
Principal Ri'lers, Two Performing Ele
phants. Twelve Performing Horses, Fonr
Trick Horses, Three Trained Ponies, and
Two Acting Males.
To all. to the Menagerie, Mussun and Cir
cus, to both tents, the
ABMISSION is only - - 50 Certs.
... a aJ
Cniidren unasr isn yaars -
Watch, Wait, and Look for the
Grand Procession I
The longeat ever mad.- by any ahow on earth.
Prof. TONY FRANK'S famous
accompanies Foredaugh's Establishment.'
There will also "iipftir In the pr.ciidn,
fuitg Camels. Drores of Dromedaries,
harnessed to an 1 drawing Ihe cage contain
ing the AtRfCAN E.ASD. TUB
Egyptian Chariot, Drawn sf Silted
Arabian Horses 1
A PAIR OF ELEPHANTS!
Beautiful Bird Bower, drawn by Lilliputian
Ponies! filled with birds of golden
ONE MILE OF
STTPEDDOUS IR0H DE5S,
Double the nunber any Circus and Menag
erie on earth can snow, all filled with rare
animals, drawn by rk-gantly plumed and ca
prisoned hones, drivers uniformed.
ADAM FOBEI'ACOH. Sole Proprietor.
R. 8. Dingrss, As. ant ; Ben. Lnsble, Trea
surer; Fred. Lawrence, Press Agent.
Tie AnBrlcan- Washer Soros Money,
Time and Drudgery.
Us Fatigj oWashmg: Day no longer dread
ed) b4 Economy, Efficiency, and Clean
Id calling: public attention' t this little
nraefcine, a few of tb.invalirable qualities,
(not poscesaed by any oiber Washing machine
yel invenied.) are here enumerated :
It irtbe smallest, mot cotnpicf, n-.ost port
able, most visible in eonstruction. moat easily
operated, A child, ten. years old. with a few
hours' practice; 9a.etcoaoaghly comprehend
and effectually ase ix 3ber is no adjust
ing, no screws lo annow. uo-deiny ivatiupt
ing t It is aiwnys ready fir use ! It is a
perfect litrS wondent Iv h miniature
iaal.-doing crore work aud of better qual
ity rfiwn the awes elaborate and essily. One
half of the labor i fWly saved Hy its ,
and the cto'hes will lisel one-hnif longer Mian
by ihe o'.d plan ot the rub board. fl will
wai-B'the Kirgwc H.Jel. Three' shiirfa at a
time, wa bed thoroughly T In word, the
ablution of any fabric, from a Quilt to a
Lace Curtain or Cambric llandkerchirf. are
equally within the capacity of tliia LITTLE
GEM! It csn be fastened to any tub and
taaV ff a wiS.
!o nraTSer how deep rooWs prsjitdi.w may
e5t sjninct Washing Macliinea. the ia.aeni
this little machine is seen to perfornrits won
eer, nil doubts of its cle;insing efflcney and
nliliiy are banished, and the doubter and
detractor at once become the fas fnen fit of
We have tesviiminiaT withrnt emfc sftisg
forth its uawcrwa ad?aai:tge ever t cheva.
and frcm Immih-eA whw iiafe fhrnwn aside
the rmwlrl'iT. uselcys machines, which hsve
signally failed1 to accomplish the object prom.
iaed in prominent aud loud sounding adver
tisements. It i as perfect for washing sb wringer iw
Tllas price. nofces pajram-wn isfarnitttt
frcpirrchaateM. H rew placed so-low. that it
is withm the- reach of every hou-ekcepen
and there-is no article of dVicwstiff eennotsy
that will repay the small wiveatnwns rcsectv.
All tlf i.aVed for this GREAT LABOR
SAVE It, ia fii.'tria We pyiae sash
machine to do its work perfeevfy.
Sole Agents for the United Stale?,
A, il. FUANCISCI S k CO.,
5-1 Mart S, JniJrv. Ta.
The largest and cScapest Woorfen 'JTare
hoese in Cbe rsilst Stales.
Oil, Paint & Varnish,"
WHITE LOD, RED LEAP,
COLORED FAINTS GT GIL
. BURNT UMBER, HAW UMBER,
CHROME GREEN, PARIS GREEf,
C32C1IS TSLLOT, 120? SLACS.
Prussian Blue, Lamp Black,
Paint Brushes, Varnish Brtshes,
WHITEWASH BEITSHES. SASH BRUSHES
WLithig and Rosin by tire Barrel,
Soaps. Japan Prj -r, White Varnish
Concentrate L7e Babbitt's Pstach,
l'littj- A ml OIreM.
The above goo.N, with a forge viriefy of
DRUGS and PATEST 51EDICISES, always
en hand at the r
PATTERSON DRU3 STORE.
ffca)"" Olass cut io any fire destiie I.
Vt Y. C. fct'NUIO.
July 12, ISri-if
New Store and New Goods.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &C.
Hain Street, ISaintown.
HAVING opened out a GB(W:ERV AND
PROVISION' STOKK in the old jtand
on Main Street, Mitflintnwn, I would respect
fully ak the attention of the public to thj
following articles, which I will ketp t?n baad
at all titucs ;
SUGAR, C0KFKE, TEA.
MOLASSIW, 11 ICE,
DRIED AND CANNED TOIL
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c,
All of which will be sold cheap for Oa-h or
Country Produce. Give me a call and hear
JJifflintown, Miy 1. l7l.
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP
In Kevin's New Building on
BRIDGE STREET, Mlr'FLINTOW.V.
rr HE undersigned, late of the firm of Fa
l sick A Worth, would re-peif'il!y Re
nounce to the t.ilM'C that he b.ta opened a
Doot and Shoe Shop in Major Nevin's Xew
Builditlj;. On Brldgi? street, MifBiLlown. and
is prepared lo manufacture, ef Ihe hes ma
teria!, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
OKTS", LADIES AND CHILDREN.
He al-o keeps on band a lirga and weU
eelected slock of
Itfitl v-mnrlr WtM'U,
of all kihds, for men, women and children;
ALL WO WASfcASTtD.
Gite ice a call, for I feel eonnJcnt that f
can furnish yutt with any kind af work yo
ty Repairing done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NOKIU.
Mas 31. l?l.
Rally to the Place where you can ku
your Wall Paper Cheap.
THE nndereigned take ihis method of in
forming the public that he has just ra
eeived at his residence on Third Street, Ml;
flintown. a large assortment of
WALL i 2i:it,
ef various styles, which he offers for sale
CHEAPER than ean be purchased elsewhere
in the county. AH persons in need of'he
above article, and wishing :o save money, are
invited to call and examine his stock, an'
hear his prices before g icg elsewhere.
BOJLarge supply constantly on band.
81 MON BASyil.
Mifllitstown, April J, l71-tf
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