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JEDNEfiDAa MORXIW.lfoV. 1. 1871.
PENNSYLVANIA Rtl LTIO A D.-OK AND
ftet San lay. May 14. 1871, Passenger
Train will leave Mi!flin Station a follows:
. EASTWARD. .
Philadelphia Express- 1,50 A. M
flernV: Accororooda'n 11,00 A. M.
Mail Train..... 6,50 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 8,50 P, M.
Cincinnati Eiprers . 1,30 A. M.
First Pacific Express... 3,18 A. M.
Mail Train ... 3.27. F. M
?iy Passenger 9,15 A. M.
JAMES SOUTH. Ar'l
TOWN . COUNTKy.
A CAoE of final! pox it reported in
TliK Legislature lust winter fixed 8 240
pounds as the legal weight of a ton of
illK mountaius above Dauphin were,
on fire last wwk. Tbe people along tbe
mountains were, very uneajvr3
The laying of I lie rail on the Son
bary end Lewistoun railroad Las been
A citizen of Huntingdon fell through
a trestle bridge, at Pittston on the
night of the lt tilt"., and was kiltad.
Thr latent snake stniy comes from
Vafhingtou cmiuty. and retorts a bouse
snake with two bead.
A laros lot of School Books and
Stationery just received at the Book
Store of David Watts, Slain street.
A writer says that there is jnst now
wanted, a Sensible woman to lecture on
washing, conking, and baby nursing.
Rf.V Mr. StiKKNAKD will preach in
the Presbyterian church of this plaC'-,
on n)b.Un, tliu 5th int., at 11 o'clock
RkV. I). M 1!lA( k WM DKR expects to
continence a protracted meeting in the
Ln'ht-ian chu ch in thin place, on Tues
day tvcutug, the Hrh inst.
Tttr.RK is a youui lady, 23 Jfars old,
at Nit-ktown, Beiks county, that sleeps
twenty-eight days at a stretch. So it is
TitoBbPAV. toe 30; h inst., will he both
National and Stale Thank-giving day
inane so by tl.e terpcctive proclamations
of President Grtnt an Gov. Geary.
Two railroad hands at Bridgeport
Bedford county, last Sunday morning
a week pot into an altercation which
resulted iu the fatal stabbing of one of
LMos will keep good fur months if
sliced when perfectly fresh, and packed
in glass jars with a ti.ick layer of while
eug'ir between the slices fir,
A Ri t KNT fa.-hion-wriier says that it
is now ta.-liionahle for gentlemen at parties
to wear pcavfs of the color of the dress
oui by the ladies ho?e escorts they
A Mt.N in Huntingdon, last week, took
too mur benziue, and P II asleep in a bar
room. V, ben hp awoke he discovered
J oat some thief had stolen his pocket
book containing 1.01.
Prop. Hht, a distinguished clocu
tioiilst, will give lo of bis readings at
Airy View Academy, on 'I hnrsday and
Friday evenings, 2nd and 3rd iust., be
inuin:; at 7 o'clock.
An attempt was made to fire the building
ued by the members of the Third Mi-th-odisi
ciinrch of Aluiona. last Tuesd-iy a
week. Foiluuateiy it was discovered
In fore the fire had made much progress
A riTlZKN of Lewixtonwu named Pen.
P. Kichu ino, was knocked do d and
run over by the cars at llairisbnrg, on
Friday a week. Bo h legs were crushed
above the knees, rendering amputation
uecessary He died au hour after the
operation was performed.
New Wagon makbx Shop. Farmers
and others are invited to read the adver
tisement of y II Rollman, in another
4-olumn Mr. tollman is prepared to
make all kinds of wagons at his shop in
Pattercon. Mr K. is a worthy jonng
' xaau and deserves to be patronized.
La-heiftii congregation of this
place have adopted the " Box Sysu in''
for mimi g their annual Syno.lical and
raiesionaiy contributions. Ibis system
Las been recommended by the General
Synod of that church, and is said to
work successfully wherever adopted.
Mobk Nkw Goiios. Messrs. Tilten &
Esjiebih.iilo, proprietors of the Key
stone," 1imv just received their third in
voice of Fall and Winter Goods. Tbey
are doing a large business in the way of
selling Dress Goods. Ladies, if yon
ISte a nice dress pattern, call at tbe
'Keyetoue" and buy one.
Tuk Morning Light Stove, for sale by
N E. Littlcfieid, is acknowledged by all
who have given it a trin I to be the best
parlor stove inJ.be m irket, and it is now
sold at greatly reduced prices. Any per
son in need of a parlor stove can do well
by calling at Mr. Littlefield'a Stove
Store, Bridge street Miffiiutewn.
"The Keystone" is the nam", of Mr
Mickey's Dew lintel in Patterson. Oil
Monday evening the Restanrant attach
ed to this hotel was opened. A Land
some entertainment was gotten np for the
occasion by Mr. Samuel Notestine and
Company, who have leased the hotel
to whi.h a number of gentlemen of botb
twrog'-.e ,M ample jnitire
Two young men 'of tb place were
takeu before Justiee Kreider.nn Monday
evening fox disorderly conduct the
street. They were required to give one
hundred dollars bail each for their ap
pearance at Coon.
Last Saturday afternoon a week ago.
Mrs. Joseph Hamilton, who live near
Blair Furnace, was fun over by a special
train going west, aud killed. She had
stepped from another track to get eat of
the way of aa eastward bouud train.
- The Bedford Inquirer urges the citi
zens of Bedford to burn out their chim
neys on tbe first rainy day. A great
many chimneys in Mifflin need cleaning,
and this wmk ought to be attended to
before the stormy, seaaou sets in. Every
family should also see that their stove
pipes are iu a safe condition.
TllE taxpayers of this borough--who
hare not yet paid their school tax for
1871, and wish to save 5 percent . should
pay up at once, as to-morrow (Thursday)
is the last day on which a reduction will
be allowed. - After that date the full
amount will be required, and after the
2ud day of December next, 5 per cent,
more will be added.
Thb editor of the Belh-fnnte Rqvbli
mn bad a fine streak of luck last week
One man sent him a bushel of potatoes ;
a second, a pair of pigs ; a third, a lot of
gmpes; a fourth, a bit of apples ; a fifth,
a bushel aud a half of tomatoes ; a sixth,
fine lot of tomato cat-snp aud horse
radish. Bellefonte must be a royal place
to edit a paper.
The season for coughs aud colds is
rapidly approaching? and every one
should be prepared to check the first
symtoms, as a cough contracted between
now and Christmas frequently lasts all
winter. There is no belter remedy than
Jchnt'n't Anodyne Liniment. For all
diseases of the throat and lungs it should
be used internally and externally.
Ll'NG FKVBR, common cold, catarrhs,
fever, and nasal discharge of a brownish
color in boises, may be checked at once
by liberally nse of ,S7ie(as Cai-ahy
"The Uxivkrsal Avm.'' On my
jeurneys ov-r the continent through
I urkey, India. China, Japan, Pern. Chi
li, Paraguay, Brazil, and Mexico, aud the
United States in them all to some ex
tent and in some to a great extent, I
have found the universal Ayer repre
sented by his family medicines, which
are often held at fabulous esteem.
W hether they win their marvelous repu
tations by their cures, I know not, but I
know they have it to such a degree that
it frequently gave me a distinguished im
poriance to have come from the same
country. f't'ii I tt'-rt f--om nhmad.
A Corbfspoxdknt furnishes us the !
foTTiiwing in regard tn the ki ling of a
bear in Delaware township : "On Sabbath
day .the 22nd nit , two hears came march
ing townrdsthe house of Esquire Creigh
ton, of Delaware township. Mrs. Creigh
ton was out and saw I hem, and being
frightened, rail in and told her husband,
who picked up his riflf, went out and shot
one of the two It ran a few yards and
fell dead. The other was followed on
Monday and wounded. The one killed
dressed over one hundred pounds of
meat Who ii the man that wouldn't
kill a bear on Sunday, especially when be
came about his bahit-iiioii
LST evening j ist btfore the show
opened, a yonng woman aged about 17
years, who has all ber day! lived in the
country east of Mifflin excepting the
few past months, wa-i walking about the
side shows that accompany Forepaugh's
Menagerie and Circus, when she was ac
costed by a stranger and told if she
would walk away with him that he would
show her all about the show. The girl un
wisely did as requested. She alleges
that after they had walked a distance
away from the crowd into the darkness
they were mfit by two other men. The
three then fiendishly violated her per
son. If it be possible for the girl to
identify any of the party, they should be
followed, and brought to justice. It is
believed they belong to the show.
Ml'Tilatkd Bank Notes. Mutila
ted $5 bills are in circulation so ingeni
ously manipulated as to pass without de
tection, unless attention is specially direc
ted to them. The following description
of the process of mutilation, gircu by
Person '6 D-t-clor, makes detection easy :
The dodge" consists iu making ten bills
out of nine, and is so managed that there
is but one passing to each of the manu
factured notes. The nine whole bills are
taken, and from the right of the first one
tenth is sliced off from the right of the
lecond two-teulbs ; from tbe right of the
third three-tenths, and so on to the num
ber nine, from which nine-tenths are ta
ken from the right, or what amounts to
tbe same thing, oue tenth from the left
Number one is passed as it is, with a
tenth gone ft om the right ; the oue tenth
takeu from the uumber oue is pasted to
the residue of number two, from which
twi-tenths had been taken ; these two
tenths are made to answer the place of
the three-tenths takeu from the number
three, aud so on through Thus nine
So notes are completed, leaving the origi
nal number nine, with a tenth gone from
the left, as a tenth note. It will be seen
that but a tenth is gone from each bill,
and is in a difiereut place on every one,
and a little ingenious pasting makes the
loss imperceptible to ordinary observers.
It is certain that largo numbers of these
mutilated bills have been put in circulation.
J"Last evening, between the hours of 6
and 9 o'clock, Mr. 8. West's bouse, on
Water street, was entered by some un
known thief or thieves', While tbe family
wers absent. The entrance 'was effected
throagh Um cellar. On ke first floor,
the drawers of bureau were forced open
and two dollars in money, that belonged
to the children, two watch ris, quantity
of jewelry, a gold pen and holder, and a
pen knife was takeu therefrom. On the
second floor a bureau belonging to Mr.
Noble, who is boarding at Mr West's,
was forced open' and thoroughly rum
maged, but nothing takeu from it.- A
bundle of Mr. West's clothes was found
at tbe head of tbe stairway to the second
floor. Why the thief or thieves left it.
after preparing it to take away, can only
When a discoverer of any scientific
subject asks the co operation of the learn
ed inteienee, to test the merit and truth
of his di-covery by severe tests and prac
tical results, aud then to indorse and rec
ommed it, it is fair to presume it is valu
able for tbe purpose intended. . Such
bas been tbe course pursued by Messrs.
Hall tc 0o proprieters of Uali'a Vege
table Sicilian Ilair- Renewer. , And all
those who have tested it (among whom
we may mention I'r. A. A. Hays and
S. Danna Hays, Chemists, and State As
sayers of Massacbutts ; Walter Burn
ham, M. D., Prof, of Surgery iu Penn
University, Philadelphia; Geo. Gray
M D.. Professor of Anatomy and Phys
sio!ogy)assert .It is the best preparation
in use for all cutaneous diseases of the
scalp. Restores gray hair to its original
color, prevents tbe hair from falling out,
creates anew growth It is certainly
worthy of a trial Xetcburypurt Ilfr
aid of Gospii Lilnrty.
To the Editor of tfie S ntinrl :
Why is there such an indifference
manifested in this county with regard to
the formation of militaiy -companies. In
almost every county in tbe Common
wealth there are more or less organiza
tions of the "National Guard" The
militia laws of the State are very liberal
in their provisions, with the prospect of
being made still more so at the coming
session of the Legislature. J uniata made
herself a splendid record during the war,
being represented on nearly every battle
field. Many of the gnllaut fellows who
"rode with Sheridan" in his wild and
dashing encounters with the rebels, or
lio were led to victory uuder Kilpatrick.
are rending among us These, different
elements could, with a little effort, be
combined and formed into a splendid and
efficieut Cavalry Company. I noticed
with pleasure, iu hist week's papers, a call
for a meeting iu Perrysville. with a view
to forming a Company. Now I hope the
young men of the county who own
horses will take the matter iu hand anri
push it to a fuccessful issue. If one
Company is formed, it will be an easy
matter to g"t up others, and in a short
time we could have a military organiza
lion that would be a credit to our county
and State Let ui bear an expression of
sentiment from all parts of the county.
througU the papers
Boots amd SAnnm."
WOODWARD SHIRK On the "JOih ull ,
by Ky. D. M. ItUckarelder. Mr John Wood
ward and Mist Jennie Shirk, both of Millord
HAUUIIAWOUT. In Caledonia Valley.
Fajellr township, on Sabbath evening, Stipi
10th, Mrs. Elizabeth Haoghswout, in tbt
74tb year of her age, and relict of Lefford
llaugliawout, who died on the 18th of April
ST1MMEL On the 2Gth ult., in the bor
ough of Perrysviile, Mrs. Sarah Stinimel.
wife of Benjamin Stimmel, in the 63rd yeai
of ber age.
For Circulars of tbe Iran City Callege,
the most popular and successful instiiuiiob
in tbe I'niied States, for the thorough prac
tical education of youjg and middle aged
J. C. Smith, A. M., Principal,
Aug I, 1871 -3 tn
Kittle of John Anderton, decrated.
1MIE undersigned. Auditor, appointed by
the Orphans' Court of Juninta county to
make distribution among creditors of the
balance in lbs hands ot David A. Dougbman
Administrator of John Audcrsnn. lleof saiu
county, deceased, will attend to the - uties oi
bis appointment at his office in Mifflintown
on TUESDAY, NOVr.MBEK 7, 1871. at 1
o'clock A. M , when and where the creditors
and all other persons interested may attend
if they think proper.
LOUIS E. ATKINSON, nAtor.
Oct II. 1871-td
LADIES' FANCY FURS !
JOHN F A It E I R A ,
718 ARCH Street, Middle of the Block, be
tween 7th and 8ib. Sis.. South Side,
Importer, Manufactnrer and Dealer in all
kinds and quality of
FOR LADIES AJTD CHILDREN'S
Baring imported a very large and splendid
assortment of Ml the different kinds of r'urs
from first hands in Europe, and bare hal
them made up by the most skillful workmen,
would respectfully inriie the readers of thi
paper to call and examine his rery large and
beautiful assortment of Fancy Fun. for La
die and Children. I am determined to sell at
as low fntet m my other respectable House
ia this eity. All Fun warranted. Ifo mit
repretentation to effect ealee.
718 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
. Oct. 18, 1871-3 mos.
LAKUKST STOCK ef Dress Goods ia lbs
otuBiy at Tilten ft Espensehaaa'i.
MIFFLINTOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OK COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for tbe Jsiuvrx 8sTrtiBL
by the Board of Coaimerce of Hifflia aad Patterson.
BuUer ! BY
Lard, Tf ft
Beeswax J; r
Wool, washed .............
Pouluy, live ...........
Dried Apples ..............
" Peaches, unpared
" Cherries, pitted -"
" .Raspberries .
... 2 25
Country Hams .
Hide and 8boulder.j
Potatoes, V bus
Onions " ............ ..
Ground Alem Salt, f saek..
Railroad Ties ............
Locust Posts, mortising ......
' M for board fence
SCLOUFF'S PRICES CURRENT.
Reported Weekly.- K
White Wheat, 1 bus .. ............ $1 45
Red Wheat, ; 1 4
Com...... - 65
Timothy seedv.... ... 3 60
Prepared Ccal, V too......:. $5 75
Nut " ' ........... 4 75
Pea - " " . 3 25
Bituminous" " 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4, tOK) ft $24 00
" 6-8. 16 00
8 4, " . .. 25 00
" 6-4, " 2800to40 00
Hemlock Frame, " l'onfvZnAA
Boards. " ' 18i00to2000
Whttepine worked Flooring..;.......... 28 00
" flermau Siding .. 28t
Panel Doors. 75 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8xl0, g window....... C5
" " 9x12. 75
" " 10x14, . ." 90
' PUILAUELPIIIA MAKKE'fS.
PuiLAPSLrkiA. Oct. 31, 1871.
Floub Tbe market is dull, I be inquiry
being cunfied to small lots for tbe supply ol
the home trule. Sales of !0 6 brftrets, in
cluding Superfine $5 255 75
Extras S nft.6 25
N. W. Extra Family $7 50&X 25
Ohio & Ind. do. do - $7 0Ofa,7 50
IVuna. do. do. $7 OOfou a
Fancy Brands $8 00(Sj8 75
Wheat attraeis but little attention ami
prices have a downward tendency. Sales ot
tnOO buh at $1 551 58 lor Penn. ami Del.
red and $1 68 for Mich white. 40U bifsh
Western Uye were taken at 9t)c. Corn is Ini
cents off and dull of sale ; 5 0l bush ehang
ed hands at 78aOc. for yellow and 75a76--for
Western mixed. Oats are also neglects-'
and prices bare lavorrd buyers- ales ot
800 bush at 4748c for Western mixed 'and
4t for black and mixed
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Mote dat, Oct, 3( P. M.
There was rather mire denftnd for Beet
Citile this week, and with a diminished, sup
ply holders were firm in Iheir views. Sales
of choice at oja'c ; fair to good do. 5a6c
and common at 3Ji41a per th, gros.
Cows and Calves 'were in stesdy demand
si lsst week's figures. Sales of springers ai
$35r, and fresh Cows at $1070- Re
ceipts, 200 bead
Hogs were dull and lower. Sale of corn
fed at. rta54, per tt Receipts at ibe Union
Drove Yard. 4230 head
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK
JOSEPH POMEROY, President.
T. VAN IRVIN, Cashiei. .
Joseph Potucroy, iJohn J. Patterson, '
Jerome N. Thompson, ! George Jacobs,
. John Ualsbach.
Loan money, receive deposits, pay interest
on time deposits, buy and sell coin and Uni
ted States Bonds, cash, coupons and checks.
Kcmit money to any part of the United Stales
and also to England, Scotland, Ireland and
Germany. Sell Revenue Stamps.
In sums of $200 at 2 per eeut. discount.
In sums of $r00 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $1000 at 3 per cent, discount.
aug 18 1869
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEIENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &c. Sold at ihr
Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain. Lumber, Coal, tie., cheaper than any
.iiber parties. We therefore defy eompeli
BtSjyYot can make monev by calling on u.
betore selling or buying elsewhere.
Gbaim will bs bkckiveh I stobs to be
SOLD BT THB 1ST Of JOKE, 1871.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1871.
1871. -PHILADELPHIA. 1871.
HOWELL & B0URKE,
Paper Hangings & Window Shades.
WHOLESALE A KB BBTAIL SAUSSBOOBS,
Corner of Fourth and Market Streets,
Factor Cor. Twenty-third and Sanson Sts.
. Spmal DUticrs.
sr DEAFNESS, BLINDNKSS. and CA
rRKH treated with the utmost success b
J. Isaacs. M. D., and Professor of Ditnuet ol
the k'ge and Ear, hit specialty tn the Medical
Vollege of Prnmylnania. 13 peare' experience.
(formerly of Levden. Holland,) No. B"5 Arcb
Street, Pbila. testimonials eaa be seen ai
bis offieo. The medical fau'ty are invited to
accompany their patients, as be has no secrets
in his praitiee. Artificial eyes inserted wiib
sut pain. No charge for examination.
GO lo the JciriATA. Siirnsat Job Print Bg
Office for all kinds of Plain and iTanej
DR. P. C.
DEALER IN EVERYTHING THAT
The public attention ia also invited to his large assortment of
' All persoua who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantage to
call, as tbey will find tb largest stock in the ennutr to select from. COME
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOL.NS, ACCORLEONS AND HAR MONHJONS ; ALSO A SPLENDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an immense stock of NOTIONS Something for everybody, jouog
and old. at the '
. - PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES A PRICES
reported weekly by C. BA RILEY, op
posite the Post Office, Midlintown, Pa :
Butter . .r 25
Egg "- ' ' ' 3
Lard lt.... 10 12
Cheese, Ohio 18 18
New York - 18 20
Molisaes, Porto Rico, $) gal...
New Orleans 1 00
3'rup, Honev Bee- C5
" Amber.- '
Melted Sugar , , 1 00
Sugar, Oraaulated 17
A. .-. 16
Eifi-a C 14
Yellow C 13
Coffee, Kio, Choice
- Fair . 22
Rensted (Arbuckles) 28
Tea, Imperial Fiueet .. 1 CO
Owkma, - . 1 00
KaiaiLs, Valcntio.... ....... 18
" Layers. - 25
Pruens, French 2
ttice . 12
Soap, Rosin.......M..........M.... . 5 G
- Olive 8 10
" BabrbH.v 12 15
Salt, Ground Alum - S 00
; Dairy 10al5
, Maekeral. No.' 2 (new) J bbl 3 60
lirooms, No. I. .. 40
1 " No. 2 35
" No. 3 30
Tub. Cedar ,..-...; 1 50al 75
Buckets, Fainted, 2 hoops..... .. 2")
Slaw Cutters 60
Tin Cups .....v.. 8
Tin Dish Pans .....-.. 60
Tin Cullendet 40
Tin Wgb Pans 30
Tiu Buckets . ... 60
! Boots, Men's Calf..... . 5 25
Kip 4 50
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting.. .2 00
Potatoes, lri!h '' 50 i
Sweet, peck - 40 ,
Coal Oil, o) gallon 40 j
Cash paid for eggs.
Oil, Paint & Varaish,
WHITE LKAl), RED LEAD,
COLORED PAINTS TK OH
BURNT UMHER. RAW UMBER.
CHROME GREEN, PARIS GREEN,
CHE02IE TELLO'W, BSOP BLACK,
Prussian Blue, Lamp Black,
Paint Bruthts, Vamiih Brushes,
WHITEWASH BRUMS, SASH BRUSHES
Whiting and Rosin by the Barrel,
Soaps, Japan Dryer, White Varnish
Concentrated L79, Batbitt's Potash,
Putty nnd Glass.
Tbe above goods, with a large variety of
DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINE?, always
en band at the
PATTERSON DBUG ST0SE.
ggjT Glass cut to any ize desired.
Dr P. C RCNDIO.
Juiy 12, 1871-tf
NEW DRUQ STORE.
Main Street, Mffliutoien, Pa.
ECfiS M IEDICITES,
Themicals, Dye Stuff,
Putty, Coal Oil,
Infants Brushes, Soaps,
Hair Bruvhes, Tooth Brushes.
Hair Oil, Tobacco,
LARGE VARIETY OF
PATENT MEDICINE S,
elected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WINES AND LIQUORS for Modi
say PRESCRIPTIONS compounded with
reai care. mal6'70-ly
C.i I.im. , .1 Arch St.; fret. IMlbm, W.
th X.. CiBc'aula, O., Ill br.GMM. M Charl.itM,
H.C.ara ask- , "S ioliM
evr.s .f all I Q I v4 I el T S
r MMt f
U4 with ka liUK IIkIA f"-. E,"y
mmni. iftaknta l O tuS
xman Bn I S I nt I Ml "V0-Pr
Umon, wfili thta " n
Mau. llcsliat m l j dnrti-
meau. ha athata 1 fcara Am
IRati.nt. Nnaa athar aaaaM avar ha aaaa. Far
Ettr.lt of Frederick Il-ut, deceased.
I, HEREA3 Letteri of Administration on
V the estate of Frederick Hack, Ute of
Walker town'hip, deceaaed, have been grant
ed lo tbe undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate aie requested 10 make immediate
payment, and those having claims against
the estate will present ih same properly
authenticated for settlement.
WELLINGTON SMITH, Adm'r.
Sept 13. 1871-6t
A SIX HOKSE POWER ENGINE, with
Governors, Boiler and Mud Boiler, all
complete. For full particulars address
Peru Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
June 28. 1871.
"Jus i at a eransn $1,60 war year.
CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
thb woansartiL kbhbdt roa
CANCER, SYPHILIS, SCROFULA,
ULCEUS, SALT KIIElT.w awd ALL,
OTHER CIIKOMC BLOOD DIS
EASES. Da P. T. KEENE having yost returned
from Ecuador and brought with him a qoan
lily of tbe genuine f Bra; (ark, se
cured through the official recommwieVation
and assistance of His Excellency tbe Presi
dent of Ecuador, and tbe Government ot that
Republic, we are prepared to fill orders for
it to a limited extent, and at a price about
one-quarter of that which the cost of tbe
first very small supply compelled as to
A ipsjrlsns article is now advertised snd
sold as Cundurangn. We bare, at consider
able expense, and with the eo-operafion of
tbe authorities of Loja. tbe province where
the plat grows, ao directed tbe elmnuel of
nnr simply as tn ensure that none but the
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TTTE, TIfE tSDERSIONED, WfrlTlO
most respectfully call lhe attomV a
sur friends, customers, and tbe paWio gen
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cheapest stock of GboiS every offered to the
publio, cmt)rsr;3 in fact almost, everything
that the public can wish. We wourdr espe
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Thi lepartinen we flatter ourselves to be
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for siyVr. qualily and cheapness, of the aiest
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Black Velveteen.- .
Dlack and Fancy Silts,
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Black and Fancy Mohair,
Black and Fancy Alpaccatr,
Black and Colored Striped Suiting,
Satin Striped Versailles Clotlr,
Sutin Striped Lorne Robes,
Silk Striped Mohair,
Silk Figured Sultaua,
Brocade Japunees Silktv
French St;rge Wool l'lajd,
Scotch do. d. do.
Cord and Colored Velveteens'. "
English and French Chintzes,
Plaid India Twills,
Btoeha; Thibet. Ilelcna,
West Branch, Niagara, aw?
Watervliet Long and Square?
Shawls, in Great Variety.
Black and Fancy Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassimere?
Black and Fancy Ermines,
Black and Fancy Tweeds-,
Black ami Fatv.y JeaD.
Striped and Plain Linen,
Striped and Plain Coltnnadev
Striped and Prain Suitings.
Stripc-d and Praia JTareailli-i;,
Stried amrl Plahi Flannels
P'rfrrfa, Maslins, Sneefirt
Pinow Caaifrgrf. Cheeks,
Linen, Cotton & Danlk Table Linrns,
Cambric and Swiss EhibtoiJery.
Plrjaa and Crochet Erfgings,
Silk and White Cotton Friugrs.
Ribbons, Velvet and Gimps,
Laces and Braids,
La-l'ies' Lasting Pulton and Lafte (taiters.
Ladies' Mnroco - Button and Lace do.
Ladies' Kid Lace Bals
Ladies' Kid Lace do.
Ladies' Lasting ant Kid Croquet Slippers
Misses' and ( niM Litsting Gaitersv
Misses' and Child's Kid Bals.
Misses' and Child's' .Morocco Bntfon.
Misses' and Child's Goat and Pebblr.
Misses' aud Child's Croquet Slippi-M.
Men and Boys" Calf Boots,
Men and Bnya' Gaiters,
Glassware and Qncensware,
Fruit Jars and Stouuware.
AVooT FipureJ. Venitian, Listing
and Wool Dutch Carpets.
Floor and Stair On Cloth.
Oil Shades and; Fixtures.
Berlin, Zephyr and Excelsior
Foreign and Domestic Yarns.
Table and Pocket CutTery,
Mirrors, Stationery, Albums, fcc ,
In fact everytbing nenessary to make op
complete stock of Choice and Dusirable
As we are baying strietly for eash. we
Salter onrselv-s that we can offer grea in
ducements lo parties who wish to buy good
Goods at reasonable prices. Our terms are
eash or country produce taken in exchange
We only ask the publia to give us a c tit
and examine our stack, and compare prices
and quality. We defy competition.
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Bridge Street, Mitniatawa.
Bept. 21, li71.