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Important Proclamation by the President.
REBELLION AGAINST THE GOVERNMENT.
Writ cf Habeas Corpus Sutpnrtti rn Cerium
Counties f South Carolina.
Bt thi rBBsirrrr or the Uhited States
Whereas, By an act of Congress, mi
titled. "An act to enforce tlin nrnvisinna I
of the Fourteenth Am-Mi imetit to the
Couslit'itiou of tlie United Slate, and
for nthor pnrnose,'' approved the 20th
day of A nil, 1S7 1 , power is given to
the Preeidct.t of lb Uuitnl Slates), when
in his judgment the public safety sball
require it, to enspfiid the privileges of
the writ of habeas corpus in any State
or 'Mit of a Slate, w hen combinations
i conspiracies ni.t in any such f-tate
or pait of a State for the purpose of de
j riviiiw any portion or clat-u of the peo
ple of such State of the rights, privileges,
immunities and protection named iu the
I o.if'itwion of the Uni;e Stales, and
necur'-d by the act of Congress aforesaid,
jmd uLe-m-vfT such comhinations aud
conspiracies do eo obstruct and hinder
the execution of the laws of any ench
'tnte and of the I'uited Slates, as to de
prive the people aforesaid of the rights,
pi-ivih-gcs, immunities and protection
. nfniesaid, and do oppose and obstruct the
J.iws of the ITni'.pJ States and their due
exL-cuiiim, and impede and obstruct the
due course of jast:cc under the sani1?, and
whenever such combination shall be
organiz d anl arred and so numerous
and powerful as to he able by any vi-
' lence either t overthrow or set at defi
ance the constituted authorities of said
State and the I'uited States within said
. rjtate. and whenever by reason of said
fauces ihe conviction of such offenders
and the preservation of the peace shall
I ccome iu such State or part of a State j
impracticable: aud '
i! '. ff.t, "-ucii unlawful combinations ;
and conspiracies for the purpose afore i
said, are decLreH I v the act of ''onpress
aforesaid, to be re! ellion against the Gov- J
e.nment of the L'nited States; aud '
II Atria, 1'y said act of Congress, it j
is prutidi-d ti.ul t:t"fe the I'resident i
..boll o......,,.! ,.; ,.r .1,.. .... . i !
linbeus corpus, he shall tirst have made
procl.uuxtioii commanding such iusur j
g-i,rs to disperse : and i
II Ac. .. On the 12ih day of the pres
ent moi'th of Oc ober, the President tit
the l'nited States did issue his proclama-j
tion, reciting therein, among other thuigi- j
that sni'h combinations and con-piracie- i
did then exist in the counties of Spai J
tanhuig, York, Marion, Coester, Laurens, j
N .w berry. Fail field, Lancaster aud Clies- j
terheld, in the State of South Caroliua j
and couini.nidiiig thereby all person- j
conspiring with uuUwf.il combination- !
and conspiracies to disperse and retire j
pf-accftiliy to tlieir hoim s) witbin fiv
imT8 from 1 lie date tlieivol. and in de
liver to llie u;irlial tf tlie UuiteJ States
for tbe titirict of ISuuiL C'-.ioluia, r to
a:iy of liis di tintit-s, or ts any militaiy
ofucer of tlie L'tiiit'il Suites wiiLiit caiti
CUUllLII, All ttllll, itUIIIIUIlltl'lli, llltlllMUl?,
di(gui?t'S and olbtr iutaiia or imjilements
Uefd, kept, poss-eed or controlled b) j
tbeui for carrying out tlie unlawful pur
p.ies for v. Iiicli tlie raid combination j
and conspiracies are organized : aud j
Wnereas, Tbe insurgents engaged in j
sued uiilan-lul conibitiaiious a. d conspi
racies tvuljiii the counties aforvt-ii'l. Lave
not dispersed and retired peaceably to
tbeir re.Jpective homes, and have not de
livered to the Marshal of the United
States or to any military officer of the
United Suites within said comities, all
Arms, ammunition, uniforms, disguises,
and other meius or implements u.-ed
kept, pot-sfssed or controlled by them for
carrying out their unlawful purposes, for
which tbeee combinations aud conspira
cies are organized us commanded by said
proclamation, hut still per.-i?t iu the un
lawful combinations and conspiracies
Now, therefore I, Ulysses S. Grant,
I'rcf iJent of the United States of America
hy virtue of the authority vested iu me
by tbe Ooiu'litutiou of the United States
and the act of Congress aforesaid, do
hereby declare that in my judgment the
public e-i.fVty especially requires that the
privileges of tbe writ of habeas corpus
he suspended to the end that such re
bellinu may be overthrowu, and do here
by suspend the privilij-ea of the writ of
habeas corpus witbiu tbe counties of
SpnrUnbtir, York, Marion, Chester,
Lauren, Newberry, Fairfield, Lancater
and Chesitrlifld, iu said State of South
Can linn, i'l respect to all persons arrested
by the man-hal of the United States for
the said District of South Carolina, or
by ane of his deputies, or by any mili
tary officers of the United States, or by
any soldier or citizen acting under the or
ders of snid marshal, deputy or such
iiii'i'ary ofiiL'ei s within any one of said
counties, charged with any violation of
the act of Congress aforesaid during the
coutinuance of such rebellion.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand and caused the seal of the
United States to be affixed.
D.me at the city of Washington, this
17th day of October, in tbe year of
our Lord' 1S71, aud of the Americau
Independence? of the Uuited Slates of
America the 96th.
U. S. Grant.
13y the PresiJent :
J C Bancroft Davis, Acting Sec'y
of fc tate.
The largest Diimb. r of mpn employed
by oue firm iu England, is fifty-six thou
sand. Tbe employees are Jobo Tavlor
& Sons, and tbe men are engaged in
A farmer in New Hampshire has re
cently exhibited fifty-two varieties of
itpplefl from trees on hi land.
Thj Great Medical Discovery!
Dr. WALKEE'3 O X.ITORN1A
z Ean.-lredi of Thousand! ?" -
" " BcrtrtiraotiTtoth'1r Wtndcf (r
9c fuj Cratira Effects. g
?s WHAT fl. THEY?s
2.- X X lis
Cfc S THEY AltE SOT A VILE Z "
II FANCY DRINK, Hi
ilsJo of Vmor Ram, WliUker. Prsmf
(Spirit ant) Itvlasm t.lmisrsdoctorrd.stilccd
sw -cicaed t-t please the taste, called " Ton
ic"."" Ajip-'tilcrs," " ltcitorc," that lei
fie t pnl-r cn to drunkenncw ar.d ruin, bat are
a true Medieme.niadefrom Uie Native Root and
li-rMof California, tree I rm nil Alrahwlle
ritininlnnia. Tncrare tlietillEAT BI.OOD
!! ItlKIElt and LIFE til VIMi I'UIN
CIPI.E a perfect Innovator and lnvlgorator t
t!.e rt.-ni, rarrjtlnf off all polaonoui matter an!
rrtortnr blcd to a hialiliy condition. Ko
p Taos can take these Bitters according to direc
tion and remain long nnir;il.
Fur Infinitum. torr nnl Clironlc It lira.
mlln mid liont. Iljaprpala r I mil.
ertlsu. Hilliu, ttruilltrnt nnd Intrr.
mlllrat Frtrrm, llear ot the lllood.
Liter, liiilnrrs, na.l lllaitilrr. tiicnc Hit.
I,.ra liatrs bca most tucc.Mfu1. Sat-li Di
ram are canted b? Vittntcil Illaad, which
! ir'tnerilly prodnccd bx d:rani:rmt;at of Urn
IIVSPF.l-SIA OR lnlE!TIO.
Ileartaclie, Pain In the Shoaldera, Coiutha, Tlght
aew of the Chert, Diaineaa, Soar Ernetationa of
'he Stomach, Hal taste In the Mouth. HUtoua At
tack, Talptutlon of the Heart. Inflammation of
the LanffK.Piln la the region of the Kldncyi,and
a liandrcd otlier painful ej-mpiouii, arc Uie off
rprinn of Djrrprpsla.
T:t-y InriKorate the Stomach and atltnnlate the
torpMlterand bowels, wltlrh rendcrtheniof un-
cal'd e.ticacy la cleansing the Md of all
lntnnrltk-e, and IniparUng new life and vigor to
tic whole fTtem.
FOB SKI1 IIISEASES, Ernptloe.Tcttcr.
Salt Uhrtlm. Blotchca, Spots, Ilmplcs, Pustules.
Itoila. f 'artunclea. Kins-Worms, Scald-Head, Son:
Kyes. Erj-sip' las. Itch. Scarfs. Dlsuolnrations of
tlij Skin, Humors and Diseases of the Skin, of
wliatcvcr nants or nature, are literally dug up
and carried oat of the eystem In a short time by
the ase of these Bitters. One bottle tn soch
cues will convince the most Incredulous of tuclr
Cleanse the Vitiated Blood whenever yon llnd
lis liiiparttieh burstinjr throach the skin in Ptm
plf;, Kru;tluns or sores ; cleanse it whrn yea
find it ohstrncted ani elngcish In the vcinrt
rl.-auD It when it Is foal, and your feeling's will
t :'. )'-u n 'icn. Keep ttie blood pure and the '
h a:t ti of tli yste:n will follow.
I"l V, TA IT. and other WORMS, lurking In
l..i 2y. t- iiiof S' many thousands, are cffectnally
d'royud and rcraovod. For full directions, read
car.f'llly Ih-: -lrcn!ar around each bottle.
J.TV.U.KKU. rroj.rl.-tor. B. H. McDONALD
Co., Dra'cists tidt'.rn. Atfcnta. San Francisco,
Cal., a.id S? an I 31 l-omr.icrc Stre-t, New York.
sold nr all nitwrsisTS asd he.m.fus.
This preparation, lonp and favorably
known, will thoroUKMy rc-invigorate
broken down and low-spirited horses,
by stri'nKtt.eninfr and cleansing th
stomach and intestines.
It is a surv preventive of all diseases
incident to 'his animal, such as LL;Nti
I I. V KB. til.AM'Ei:. YKLLoW.
WATKR. IIHAVKS. Col;tillS. MS
TKMI'KK. KEVKBA MIS PKB,
LOSSHK AI'i'KTITE AX1 VITAL
kskruy. e. its. use improves
the wind, incrciscs the apiietit
gives asmooth and closy skin and
transforms the miserable skrleton
To keepers of Cow this prepara
tion i in valuable. H i a sure pre-
tfouve against Kimlcrr??t. Hollow
. Horn, etc. H has hf n proven by
actual esjenmf-nt to increase tbe
'utiantitv uf milk and cream twenty
per cent. an1 make the butter fiim
ami nweet. In fattrnine cattle, it
Kive them an appetite, luoscus tlieir bide, and makei
Qem thrive mucb faster.
In all dU-ases of Swin. niich as Coughs, T'leera n
th Lunp. Liver, Jcc.ttii article acts
tut a sjieciflc. By putting f: tn one-
half a naper to a paper in a barrel of '
swill theahnrediHae will b eradi
cated or entirelr prevented. If friven
in time, a certain prerentire and
cure for ttie Hojt Cliolera.
DAVID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
For sal bv ProptffiHs and Storpsppera throughout
the United States. 4:anadas and Sorth America
B. F. KEPSElt & SON. Agents, Mifflin
nwn. I'a. an;23-ly
New Store and New Goods.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &C.
Main Street, Uifflintown.
HAVING opened out a GROCERY AND
PROVISION' STORE in the old stand
on Main Street, MiiHintown. I would respect
fully ask the attention of ihe public to the
following articles, which I will keep on hand
at all lli.ies :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c.,
rX"ol: , Cijaitsi,
llom, IT'eetl, tSce.
AH of which will be sold cheap for Cash or
Country Produce. Give tue a call and hear
J. W. KIRK.
Mifflintown, May 2, 1871.
Boot and Shoe Shop.
"pilE undersigned, fashionable Boot fl
1 and Shoemaker, hereby respectful- II
ly informs the public that he bas located
iu the borough of Patterson, where he is pre
pared to accommodate the most fastidious in
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
CHILD R EX S WEAR, A C.,&C.
Also, mendinc done in the neatest manner
and upon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patronage is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed
JQf" Shop located on the east side of Tus
carora street, one door south of Main street,
nearly opposite Laird & Bell's store.
J. W. DEAX.
March 8, 1871-ly
M'ALISTERSVILLE TIN SHOP. The un
dersigned has established himself in
McAH.tersville in the Tinning business.
Parsons wanting anything in bis line shojld
call before purchasing elsewhere as he is
prepared to manufacture all kinds of Tin and
Shett Iron Ware, and to sell as low as they
eas be purchased elsewhere. His old cus
tomers and the public genemlly are respect
fully invited to call, as he hopes by strict at.
tenlion to business to deserve a share of pat
mig 18 '6Dtfl
JACOB G. WIJfEY.
f Ssbr 53
; LARGE STOCK OF
Fall and Winter Clothing
Strayer's Clothing Store,
IN PATTERSON !" !
Not is the Tuns to Secure Bargains !
QAMUEL STRAYER, baring purchased of
KJ Levi Hecht, keeps id the new iincg nana-
ing. Main Street, Patterson, large and ele
gant Assortment of Keadj-MaJe Clothing
consisting in part of
OvercoatM, frork Coats,
Dress Coals, Pantaloons,
Vests, Drawers, Collttrs,
Boots tie Shoes
And everything nsu My found in a first class
Gentleman's r'urnisning Store.
, FAXC1" GOODS
Also a large and carefully selectcl assort
ment of Fancy Goods, of all classes, kinds and
qualities, all of which will be sold at the low
est poxible living prices.
Ladies' Gaiters and Shoes.
He also invites the attention of the ladies
to his fine stock of GAITEUS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at prices defying competi
tion. CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS.
He hssnn hand a beautiful assortment ot
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &e , which are of s good
quality, and well worth the inspection of the
WATCIICs Is. JEWELRY.
Gold and Silver Watches,
Ear rings. Plain and Fancy rings.
Watch Keys, Ladies' and Gents' Breast Pins,
Gold Pens and Pencils, &c, which at this time
form the largest and best assortment iu the
(eruA'.l the above goods will be sold cheap
er than any other store in the United States.
If you don't believe it, just give him call
and be convinced of the truth of the assertion
Tie has also a large Room just opposite
bis Store where lie offers for sale at low
prices a general assortment of
Tables, Chairs, Sofas, l.ounfres, Iledsteads.
Mattresses. Trunks, Carpels. Slanks, Racks,
and many other nrticles for bouse furnishing
Patterson, May 1, 1871.
I). W. II 4 R LEY & C'O'S
! CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
iNcvin's Xcw Building, Bridge
! Street, MiiHintown.
This way for Bar-
HAVING removed our GOODS to a room
in Nevin's near buiidinf;. ou llridpe street,
we are prepared to du a large busiuess, and
have just received a
NEW ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
Over Coats Dress Coat;, Business Costs,
Common Coats, Panialoons, Verts. Hats,
f oots and Shoes of every description,
style and quality, for male or female.
BOYS' READY MADE CLOTHING
Also, Carpels White Shirts, Fancy Orel
Shirts, Under Shirts. Drawers, Hosiery.
Gloves, Linen and Taper Colars.
Crat.i and Ties, Trunks, Um
brellas, Travelling Bags Sc.
Also, the latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks, Cir
culars and Furs.
Persons in want of anything in our line wil.
save money hy giving us a cull before pur
chesiug elsewhere, as we are determined to
sell cheap for ca?k.
Jflfc, Don't forget the corner, Bridge anJ
D. W. II A RLE Y & CO.
Mar I. 1R7I.
HM1E undersigned would respectfully an
X nounce to the citizens of Juniata and
adjoining counties, that he has purchased
the MifHintown Foundry and Machine Shop,
and is prepared to manufacture articles of
various descriptions, such as Four aud Six
Ilurse-potrer Threshing Machines, also,
Eight and Ten Horse Power Machines,
being Ihe most celebrated, and best adapted
to the wants of the farmer now extant, and
which I will warrant to perform all they are
recommended lo do Plows of tbe latest ami
most improved patterns, considered by all
who have used them lo be superior to any
now in use in this part of the country. 1
would especially call the attention of f irmer?
to the IRON KINO PLOW, which I am man
ufacturing, with the latest improvements for
I am also prepared to manufacture all
kind of Mill Gearings, such as Cog Gearing,
Gudgeons, Saw Mill Cranks, and Turning and
Siting up the same. I also manufacture
all kinds of
Coal, Wood, Parlor anil Cooking Stove.
I also manufacture Hollow Ware, Waffle
Rollers for tanners, c.
Old Metal and country produce of all kinds
taken in exchange for work.
Pemember I sell ten per cent, cheaper
than any other establishment in the country.
J. A. CRISWELL.
Feb 16, 1870-tf.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
FROM Till FIELDS or LITERATURE. Con
taining selection from one iicmired of the
most popu ar American and fobkion authors,
including Adams. Bancroft, Bacon, Beecber.
Bulwer, t'hapin (E. H.), Carlyle, Cooper, l)e
Quincv. Everett. Emerson, Newman. Hall. J.
G. Holland. Irving. Longfellow, I'arker, Phil
lips. I'unsbon, Robertson. Ruskin, Whately.
Webster, and others equally celebrateu for
their skill in the use of beautiful luugunge
and for their strong enforcement of noble
ideas. Six hundred pages, elegant chromo
front piece in ten colors, and many choice en
gravings, at one half tbe price charged for
any other book of its quality. Agents can
sell twice as many of this book as of any
other in the market. Ladies meet with tbe
best of success.
Clergymen. Teachers, and energetic young
men and ladies wanted in every township to
act as Agents, on very liberal terms. Sed
name and address for Circular to ZIEGLER
McCURDV, Philadelphia, Pa., Cincinnati.
Ohio; Chicago, 111.; St. Louis. Mo.: or
Springfield. Mass. nov9
TUG undersigned, manoficlarer of Jami
son's Improved Plow, calculated for all
kinds of plowing, and in all kinds of ground,
sold cheaper than any other Plow in the
County. He manufactures ail kinds of Cast
ings, Bells, Stoves. &e. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me a
call, or address. '
J. H. ROGERS.
Walnut P. 0.
aug 18 1869-tf Juniata Co. Pa.
EXTRAORDINARY-RCTUCTION IN THE
PRlCEE OF GOODS.
LAIRD k BELLS
Patterson, Juniata Xo.. Pa. ;
Tbt nadersigned beg leave to stale, that
they have purchased from J. B. M. Todd, his
entire stock of roods, and will in tbe future
conduct the merchantile business at the Old
Stand, in tbe borough of Patterson, Juniata
eounty. Pa., where ihey shall endeavor 10
keep constantly on band a full and complete
assortment of . . . . -
LADIKS' dress goods, consist
l)e LA INS.
HATS AND CAPS.
ROOTS AND SHOES,
Having just returned from the city with the
above enumerated stock of goods, nil of
which have been purchased since Ihe great
decline in Gold, we feel warranted in saying
that we can otfer Goods at grearlv reduced fig
ures for CASH OR COUM'RV PRODUCE.
mar23-tf LAIRD & BELL.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODsT
Martin & Walters
GREA T CRA MI IX PRICES !
HAVING purchased Ihe Store of X. Frank
Si Co., on Main street, in J. M. lielfora's
store room, we would respectfully inform the
public that we have just returned from the
East with a new and carefully selected slock
of GOODS of Ihe very best quality, coiupris
ing in part, of
BOOTS & SHOES,
II ATS AND CAPS,
FURS, WOOD AND W1LL0W-WAUE, and in
short every article usually kept in a well
We intend selling exclusively for CASH, or
in exchange for COUNTRY PRODUCE. P.y
so doing we will be able to sell goods as cheap
as ihe cheapest. Call and examine our slock
fj HIGHEST PRICES PAID IN TRADE
FOU. ALL KINDS OFCOUNTRV PRODUCE.
(Belford'sStore.Kooui,) Main St.,
May 1, 1871.
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
PEMELL'S CHEAP STORE
IX PATTERSON, PA.
rpi!E lirgest and best assortment to be
JL found iu I'atterson. Thankful for the
liberal patronage heretofore received from
the public, 1 would respectfully announce
that I have jusi opened a very birge slock ot
Goods well suiltdto the trade. My stock
consists of a full assortment of fine and staple
Embracing all the materials for men. women
and children's waie, including Hatsand Caps.
Boots and Shoes, together wiib a large stock
of Muslins. Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, etc.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
0U .u I?.-As.fl,r. inrl Fntrliali Marinnan Piit.
CUUii fi r a iiiiv.il , isswu . u-
lins. Alpacas, De Lames, plain and figured
aueh as Gloves. Milts, Hosiery, Embroidered
rv.la.rs and Cuffs, and a eeneral assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
Such as Sugars, Syrups. Coffees. Teas and
Spices. Also, a large lot of Queensware,
Hardware. Wood and Willow Ware. FibI
Salt and Nails. Together with a full assort
ment of Goods usually kept in a country store
s3 Highest price paid for country pro
dttce in exchange for goods. Prices lo suil
the times May 1, 1871.
W. T U H BY TH B N0RT1I
WETl!,KN MUTUAL LIFE INSUB
ASCE COMPINV oritaniied in 18S8 with
assetts of over Ten Millions (SM.OOH.OOO),
District Agents for tbe following ounties :
Bucks, Montgomery. Chester. Delaware,
Lancaster. Schuylkill. Berks, Lehigh. North
ampton, Columbia, Montour, Nonbumber
Unn. Monroe, Adams. Juniata, Bradford,
and any other unoccupied territory that we
hold. This is a rare ebance for some first
class rren. Call on or add -ess
PERCIVAL & STOW,
State Atjrntt East Penn'a.,
430 Walnut St., Philada.
leTJuCall in person if possible.
Aug !, 1871-4w
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fi'hiag or in any way tres
pssine on the lands of the" undersigned, in
Black Log township. Persons so offending
will be dealt with to tbe run event or the
Sarah E. Cornelius.
J. E. McTotire.
George Smith, Jr.,
George W. Gorton.
Thomas J. Darling,
June 21, 1871.
USE THE BEST.
I I IT Jl
Nine years before the public,
and no preparation for tlie hair has
ever been produced equal to Hall's
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,"
ani every honest dealer Trill say it
gives the best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY HAIR to its original
color, eradicating and preventing
dandruff, curing BALDNESS and
Promoting the growth of the hair,
'he gray and brashy hair by a few
applications is changed to black and
silky locks, and wayward hair will
assume any shape the wearer desires.
It is the cheapest HAIR DRESS
ING in the worhL, and its effects last
longer, as it excites the glands to
furnish tho nutritive principle so
necessary to the life of the hair. It
gives the hair that splendid appear
ance so much admired by alL By its
tonic and stimulating properties it
prevents the hair from falling out,
and none need bo withont Nature's
ornament, a good head of hair. It i3
the first real perfected remedy ever
discovered for curing diseases of the
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and we assure the thousands who
have used it, it is kept up to its
original high standard. Our Treatiso
on the Hair mailed free; send for it.
SuUby nil Druggists anil Dealers in JltiHancs.
Fries One Dollar Per Bottle.
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
LABOEATOET, IASHUA, V. H.
JgySoiU by Druggixis geuera ly.
Ayer's Cathartic PiUs,
For all tho purposes of Laxatiro
Perhaps no one medi
cine it mo universally re
quired1 bv everybody m
a cathartic, nor 'was ever
any before so universal
ly .iilupted into use, in
every country and among
all claea, aa this mild
but eilicient purjruuve
Jilf. The obvious rc.i
ion ia, that it i- a more re
liable and far more elTec
tual remedy than any
otler. Those who have
tried if, fcnnw th.it it cured them: those who have
not, know that it cures their neighbor and friend,
and id) know that what it does once it doe always
Hint il never fails through any fault or nexlectof
il composition. We have thousands npoa thou
ffrind of certiil.'ate of tlieir remarkable cure of the
follo'.viu complaints, but sm:h cures are knowu in
every neighborhood, and we need not publish them.
Adapted to all ft?e.- and conditions in all climate-;
containing neither calomel or any deleterious dru,
they may be taken with safity by anybody. Their
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Ihcm pleasant to tnke.whil hcitr.; purely vegetable
no harm can arise f-'om their ue in any quantity.
They oir;' . their powerful influence on tho
internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
into henlthy action remove the obstructions of the
stoma-h. bowel s liver, and other orjrans of the
body, retorio!? their irretmlar action to health, and
by correcting, I wherever they exist, such Uerauge
uienU as are the first origin of dUea-;e.
Minute directions are given in the wrapper on
thr? box, f'r the following complaint?, which these
l'ilt rapidly cure:
'or yMpia or Vitrf iretion, UtltM
urn. liinuruor and of . iietti, they
should be taken moderately to stimulate the atom
ach and restore its healthy tne and action.
r'or fl.lvrr f 'oinndaint and its vrtrmn srtrtp
toms !!. oh llfjl.ichr.Mirk Heartache,
J iin il ire or rerii Mickarw, IBiHou
C'lic and flillou Fevers, they should be ju
diciously taken for each case, to correct the diseased
action or remove the ohtruction which cause it.
For Ifrrarnt try or I.rrs.e, but oue mild
doie Ss cvneralty required.
For Rhruiii4ti4iii, (ont. Grarel, Palpl
tMtion of the Heart, Haiti ia the MdeT
Hack and Loin, they should be continuously
taken, as required, Lo chanire the diseased action of
the system. Willi such change those complaints
For iVroiny and IropMfcal Awelllnca they
thould be taken in larpe and frequent doses to pro
tlui-e the effet't of a drastic purge.
For tnjt,rem.on a larire i1ihc should be taken
a? it produce the desired c!TWt br svmonthv.
As a Hr fill, take one or two I' ill to pro
mole dietion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose simulates the stomach nt
bowels into healthy anion, restores the appetite,
and itivi-jorate tho syteru. Hence it is often ad
vantaeMis where no serious deramrement exists.
One who feels lolerahlv well, tten finds thatadose
of these I'iftn makes him feel decidedly better, from
their clcaninf? and renovating clTect on the diges
DJf. ,F. C. ATETt CO., Prarticat Chemif
LOWELL. 31 ASS., V. S. J.
BpSJU Sold by Druggists generally.
i The ingredients that
'COMPOSE KOSADAMS arc
'poblishrd on evervpiu-line, therc
iliire it is nofa secret p cp.iration,
rHTSIfl AXS rr.ESCRIBE IT
It is a certain cure for Scrofula,
Syphilis in all its forms. Rheuma
tism, Skin iJiscascs, Liver Com
plaint and all diseases of tho
C2 ZIZTJZ C? E33A2AH3
will do more food than ten bottles
ot ;ha feyrups of Sarsaparilla.
7HZ UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
fijr '.lie p ist three years and freely
v do ) it as a reliable Alterative
aud Llood Puriher.
DR. T. C. PtT.TT, of Baltimore.
OR.T.J. BuVKI.V, "
DR. R. W.CARR. '
OR. F. O. DANNF.LLY, '
Uii. J. S. SPARKS, of Nichobsville,
DR. J. L. McCARTHA, Columbia,
DR. A. O. NOBLEE,Kd5eeomb, N. C.
AITD ESDOESED BY
J. B. TRENCH SONS, Fall River,
F. VV. SMITH, Jackson, Mich.
A. F. WHkt.LER, Lima, Ohio.
B. HAI L, Lima.Ohio.
CRAVrN & I t.. tinrdnnsville, Va.
SA.M'L. C. McFADDEN, Jlurfree.
Our spare vri'l not allow of any ex
teniled rcmaiks in rc!atin to the
virtuesof Roailalis. Tothe Metliral
Hrolessmn h e puaiiir.trc a Fluid Kx
tractsnieii'rti any thry have ever
ujed iu tlie trra nirat of diseasetl
Dio'Ir 4nti lo Ihenrfticteil we say try
Rosa..';s. aud vou will be restored
Rosailaiis is sold bv all Drntnriats
price 8 1.50 per buttle. Address
2. CLriirs & c:.
New Tin and Stove Establishment,
Perrysville, Juniata County, Pa.
THE undersigned has opened out a new
Tin and Stove Establirhoientin the room
on Railroad Street, next doer to the Tusca
rora Hotel, where he would be pleased to see
all who are in want of Tinware, Stoves. Ac
He will also give prompt attention to all or
ders for Roofing. Spouting and Jobbing, all
of which he guarantees to put up with the
best of material and in a workman-like man
ner. Having bad over tea years experience
in tbe business he flatters himself that he
can give entire satisfaction to the public. .
He keeps on band tbe celebrated Nimrod
Cook Stove, which is the best - baker, most
econ mieal and heaviest plated , stove now in
use. He will keep on hand the Oriental
Htatets. and a general assortment at Ihe beet
Stovea mannfaetared. JOHK. DUNBAR.
Beef!. Veal !Hutton!
THE end ersigned. hereby informs the pab
lie that b still continues to carry oijjjie
Butchering Business ia Miffiintowa. and will
hereafter supply the citizens of Mifflin aad
. CHOICE BHEF
very TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings,
. Venl and Mutton
every THURSDAY morning. His wagon will
go the ronnda of both towns on tbe mornings
mentioned. As he is tbe only butcher in this
vicinity who coniinued in business during
the past winter, for the accommodation of tbe
public, he feels that he is entitled to more
than an ordinary share of patronage through
out the summer season.
April 12, 1871.
3Ieat ! 3Ieat !
fp!IE nnJeraigned hereby respectfully in
X forms tbe citizens of Miffiintowa and
Patterson that bis wagon will visit each o
tfcese towns on TTE3DAT, THCRSDAV and
SATURCaV mornings of each weet. when
they can be supplied witli
during the snrnmer season, and also PORK
and SAUSAGE in season. I purposi fur
nishing Keef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Venl and Motion every Thurs
day morning. Give mi your patronage, and
will guarantee to sell as good meat as the
country can produce, and as cheap as any
other butcher in the connfv.
June 14, 1871.
Ymil BEEF, VEAL. 4-C.
THE undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to I he public that he has com
menced the Butchering; Business, and that his
warnn will Tisit Mifflintown and Mexico on
TUESDAY nd 8ATLRIAY mornings of
each week when they can have an opportu
nity of purchasing
LARD, iC. j
cheaper than from any oilier wagon. He j
only asks the citizens to give him a trial lo :
satisfy them that he sells cheaper anil better '
meat than any other butcher in tbe county.
April 5. 1871-lf ;
Notice to Trespassers.
THE undersigned, residents of L'el:iwnre
and Greenwood lownhip. hereby cau
tion nil persons against trespassing on their
respective properties for the purpose of gun
ning, fishing, or cutting timber. All persons
violating this notice will be dealt with ae-
cording lo Ins
M. C. Farra.
Mark J. Mcliaw.
Humphrey & McQuiru-. Uuvid (Virgin,
John M . Lndis,
Tbomns 1' Llimm,
John S. Cirgill.
John M. Hihbs,
J oSn II. Kergnun.
John T. L'nmi,
Joseph J. i'hsiVs,
fleorge T. KreV,
I'.ufus M. Ford
PaTCNTID LBCEMBaR JTH, l5.
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
,rarmhl rrstttf. A'-bwAvrlrslc1 m hT
n It tm hv in bH. Pun mjttl- wnntitl 1st thU-wuM.
try! Will m4 tterrMle. Mtj IIm-w.wHiis1
with wnf t'rrtuf iti!.: Will rtv.rar m
-7 br' at-i IV. Vul U tt rt.itt .- U.
HI, If .M-i K A !:. I tw ir ll.l w
tvtvt mi t-ncrit"lM wrson rrtatiz
6f b-.teM, 1.HU IweUtt IrV-aC. i r'
WKSTERM ri'BMSHLN'G Co.
M.inufactitren Agents, PitlOmrph. Pa.
C A I T (ON. -Thr tzrrnt pApaUrltj ortltr-
IVrtt hn ImI to manT tmtt:illntt t.r hd in IV--
I otHosaitr. In w rl-
tin Twr IVn flvr .,uur Nhmi. ! t. Vmmnty, nl
NfHt., pistlnly wrlttea, mnd rJr will Meet with
Manhood: How Lost, How Restored
ysvpfja -lust published, a new edition of
Dr. Cuirenrall t Cclet.r.iled En.tg
wlitf sjy on ihe radical cure (without medi
cine) ot Sri:KMAToHKHii;A, or Soinlnal Weak
ness, Involuntary Seminal Losses. I.npnTF.s-
cy. .Ment a. and 1'hysical Incapacity. Impe-ii-!
ments to .Marriage, etc , also, ('oxmrsii-tios.
j Kpilipsv. and Fits, induced by self-indul
I gence or sexual extravagance
1,! rice, in sealed envelope, only els.
Tho celebrated aoibor, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self abuse m ay be radically
cured wilbout the dangerous use of internal
medicine or the application of the knife;
pointing out a mode of cure at once simple,
certain and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter wht his condition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately,
and radical i .
V.Thi8 Lecture should be :n the hand::
of every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to
any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents,
or two post stamps. Also, br Cnlverwell's
"Marriage Guide," price 25 cents. Address
Cms. J. C. Kmsk ft Co.,
127 Bowery. New York, Post-Office Box 4,580.
Aug 31. 70-ly
EMPLOY. EST BI KEAU
Young Men's Christian Association,
Office. VI?, South "ih St.. Philadelphia,
Between Chestnut & Walnut.
If you wish to hire Inbor of any kind,
write and tell us just the help yon want.
The wages you will pay. The be, and
cheapest way lo reach your place, and if fur
from Philadelphia, you had better enclose
Rnilroad fare. We will do onr best lo serve
you and give you all tbe information we csn
about Ihe person we send. Our desire is tc
afsist the wotthy, and no charges to either
Sup't F.mptovroent Bureau,
123 South 7th Street, Philada.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
FAMILIES A.D DEALERS.
F. C. CRAIGHEAD,
PlTTSUI BG, Pa-
IF YOU WANT NEAT
SALE BILLS, POSTERS BLANKS.
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
! ov' W
OF THE M AGE!
BEAR HA.HAKER, Proprietors.
STATE CAPITOL HOTEL, near the Cap
UA MSB URG, PA.
.Terms as moderate as any Hotel ia the
Wtf. 0.TH0MP505. Proprietor.
WHITE HORSE HOTEU
31Gi 818 SOUTH THIRD STREET.
CEO. 2EILLEY, Proprietor.
Good acconnrnxfations for all who may faror
him with a call.
First .Class Livery and Sale Stable,
HCLniSQ OU HORSES, ATTACHED TO 110TE3..
MIFFLINTOWN, JVMAIA CO., T..
SI.VON B. ALBRIKIIT, Proyrirtrrf.
Rooms l.irge and com foi table Ibe Table
supplied with the be'"! the market afford
Stabling large and excellent Bur eonsranrly
supplied with the choicest wines and liuuors
no pains will be spared to please guesis.
Charges moderate. A liberal share of pub! in
patrepage is solicited . may 17. '71
Oppcite tup. Depot,
j CLEAlinKLD, I. V ,
The " Leart) House" has recently born
j refitted and otktTwie greatly improved, and
is now under the proprietorship of l. John
ston & Son. formerly of te "Merchant's lin
tel" in Pittsh'irg. Persons- Trailing Clear
I 6eld on business or pleasure will find this a
convenient and pleasant placet stop
mayll. '70 lj1'
UNITED STATES HO T K L.
OPPOSITE PA R. R. DF.Pi.T,
EMMIXGER &. CO., Propritur
Telegraph Office in Hotel,
aug 1". 58KO-y.
REEDSVILLE, MIFFLIN CO. PA.
DAVID I. R!ti:. Proprietor.
The unilersigned respectfully calls the at
tention of the public to the fact that he bas
leasrd the hotel property in Reedsville. for
merly occupied by Aaron Shoop. and is pre
pared to accommodate strangers and travel
rs. He will spare no means to make the
Hotel unexceptionable in every particular.
He will exercise a personal supervision over
his Bsr. Table nnd Slnhle. Ha repectfni!y
solicits a share of the patronage of the public,
I'AVID I. met. '
Reedsville. April 10. 1)71
THIS IliiTKr. IS PLEASANTLY SITUATED
ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF
K ACE S T It K K T,
j A FEW DOORS ABOVE TIIIKK.
I T S CKST It A L LOCALITY"
M ikes it pirticul irly desirable to person
visiting the City on business or pleasure.
A. 15K0K, Proprietor,
i Furmerly of the States I'aion ll.-lel.
ang 18. 18!-ly.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
, Throach nnd Direct Route to Washing
ton, Itnltiinnre, tllmira, Kiir,
( ISuM.ilo, Itochester aud
I NiHeiirn Falls.
FOUR TRAIN'S DAILY fr-m and
five to AVnsliiiiftton and ISahunorf,
and FOUR TRAINS DAILY
to and Five from the North
and West Branch Sus
Northern and Western Pennsylvania and
OX ANl AFTER MONDAY. MAY 2!Hh.
171. the trains on ihe Northern t'eniral
Railway will run as follows :
MailTraix leaves Baltimore 8:.'!t) a m
leaves liarrishurg 1:55 p in
leaves Williamsport..... 11:25 p m
arrives at Elmirs lli:3'? p ni
Bcrr.L0 Ex leaves Baltimore.. 10:20 p m
leaves Harrisburg........ 2:25 a m
leaves Willlamspot t.... 8:30 a m
leaves Elmira 11:55 a in
arrives at dnandagua. 3:1" p ni
Fast Line leaves Baltimore 12:40 p ni
leaves Harrisburg 4;;5 p n
arrives at Williamsport f:IO p n
dscix'i Ex leaves Baltimore 7:40 y, m
arrives at Hsrrisburg...12:01 am
York a Has-) leaves York fi:lam
hisb'o Ac. ( arr. at Harrisburg- 7:15 a m
SrsBt'BY Ar. north leaves Harrisb'g 8:00 a ri
arr. at Sunbury.......10:50 a ni
Mail Train leaves Elmira 5:50 a ni
leaves Wiltiamsport fi;25 a m
leaves Harrisburg 1:2 p m
arrives at Baltimore.... fi:1 p ni
lit rr alo Ex leaves Canandaigua . 4:45 p ni
leaves Elmira 8:30 p m
leaves Williamsport.. ..-12:30 a ni
leaves (larrishrrg ,":2." a m
arrives at Baltimore !:-" a iu
Cim-isi Ex. leaves Harriihnrg 10:44 p m
arrive- at Baltimore...- 2:'t0 a ni
Erie Exra's leaves Williamsport...- 8:25 a m
leaves Sunury -10:20 a Bt
arriees at Harrisburg... 1:00 p ni
Erie Mail snmh leaves Williamsp't ld:lMTp ni
leaves Snubury .". :.-12: 5am
arrives at Harr'sbiirg... 2:30 a m
P.riFlf Ex. sooth leaves Harrisb'g 11:55 a m
arrives at Baltimore-... H:05 p m
York a Hab-1 leaves Hnrrishnrg... 5.25 p ci
risb'o Ace )' arrives at York 7:10 p Di
Balt. Ait. south ledves ?nnbnry... 6:'0 a ni
leaves Ilarrishnng :' 0 a m
arrives at Baltimore 12:30 p m
Mail Train north and south. Fast I :n
north, Pacific Express south Cincinnati Ex
press north, York and Harri burg Accommo
dation north and south, Erie Express south,
Erie Mail and Sunbury Accommodation north
snd Baltimore Accommodation south daily
Buffalo Express norfh and south daily.
Cincinati Express north daily except Sat
urday. For further information apply at tbe Ticket
Office in the Pennsylvania Railroad I'epot.
ALFRED U. F1SKE.
Harrisburg, January 2, 1871.
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware, Oockerywaie, Cedar
ware, tc, for sale cheap hy -
MARTIN 4 WALTERS.
TJLAIN and FancrJob Printing neatly ext-
; X eutei at this OfSce.