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tyt Juniata Sentinel.
WEDNESUA MORNING, NOV. 29. 1871.
IJENN'SVLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
lJ .1 " i.i mi t-
Tr.in. willies, Mifflin Station as follow.
Philadelphia Express.. 12,fi0 A. M
Tan Line 2.22 A. M.
Fac. Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M.
lUrrisb'fr Apcommoda'n 11,23 A. M.
Mail Train 5.23 1. M.
Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M.
Snutlirrn Express 2.3 1 A. M.
Through Passenger 4,53 A. M.
Pacific Express 5,5(5 A. M.
Vy Pa.sen;;er 9,44 A. M.
Cincinnati Express 12. 2G P. M.
MailTriio 3,27 P. M
Past Line C.2G P. M.
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
TOWN AXI COU.HTIIV.
Autumn ends to-morrow.
A great deal talked about Small pox.
Eaten by every person now Sau
sages. Fashionable on the table Buckwheat
Cmc and went in two days The late
six iucbes of snow.
Peer meat is not bear meat, but bear
tncit is dear meat, at 40 ceuts a pound.
Winter, the succesor of Autumn, was
iutroduced last Fiiday-a full week before
the regular time for the departure of the
The letter from Virgiuia lies over till
The communiation on " Woman's
Bights" will appear next week.
There is a case of nujall pox in Patter-
Sow I. u their wild oats A number of
Ill tiii. has a man who can shoe
a horse 'all around" in nine minutes.
THE Impiored Un.ver A Baker Ma-
chines can be seen at Sam 1 B. London's. I
Ox Wednesday evening. Pecrmber '
9;li, Olive Igan will lecture at Tyrone,
Pkxitems are (orward every even-
r ,..,. :., , ... . :
lug nl lhiui ilie iciiitit ui.euiig! i.ei i iu
To moiikhJV is Thanksgiving Day. '
Services have been appointed in the I'res-
liyterian church at 11 o'clock, A M
TllK Improved Gmver Sc Baker Shnt-tle-Siitch
Sewing Machine is acknowl
edged by all to have superior merits.
Thk editor of the Lewistown Iremocrat
acknowledges the receipt of a Thanks-
Tiiiivics went through the Tvrone
,H,st .die,., Tuesday night a week. l
wards of a thousand letters were stolen,
uv ean buy a (J rover & Baker on
letter terms than any other Simple and !
durable. F. S. Avars, Salesman.
Dri.iN is t he name given to a new and
powerful explosive, which is said, looks
like a mixture of sawdust and grease.
1Ih;s, ducks, and geese are prevented : above day. For further particulars ad
fiom running at Urge in the borough of dress the above, at Miffiintown, Pa."y
Newport. j A r. e t L km a Nf ioin Bethel Hill. Me.,
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company gays that Messrs. Allen Bros., proprietors
have leased the Sunbury and Lewistown ; cf Philip Allen's Triiit Works It. I.,
railroad for a term f ninety nine years, j were down to Bryrant's Pond, reccnt'y,
RF..Mr.iKurtW ThcTyou buy .Gro-! trwtlnS- o,.e of them was attaek-
ver & Baker Machine, you buy from a ed with sciatic rheumatism so suddently.
lesponsible Company, who warrant their ,liat he tn he carri"d from tho Pond
, . to his hotel ; a bottle ot Johnosn't Alio-
. ,fyne Lifinieul was resorted to, and he
O.N Monday a week a citizen of Bed- wag out nexf
Jord was seven-ly hurt ly the Dreamng
of a circular wood saw. Pieces of the
paw struck him on the breast.
TllK people have decided that Shelley ; ,im tlie unrnt j;,,tr;ct and wiH tell him
& Stambaugh can suit yon in anything tnat tjie new .. i.,ace" bePn reared
and everything at the lowest prices smee Juy last whereupon Shelley
Call and see them. j Stambaugh "will rise to explain" and in-
fjoiiN Hoffman and I). W. Harley, ! vite the Prince in, and show him how
oTThis place, bought John Homing's cheap they sell goods. See their adver
firm in Fermanagh township, on Friday tisement in another column.
List, at p:ivate sale. Price, 86,000 Thk TeVrTnTitutZtl.at was held
The most suitable Holiday gift for a here at Mifflin one year ago, was iuter
lady, is one of those Improved Grover & esting and instructive throughout all its
l'.aker Sewing Machines. Call at Lou-' meetings, the interest of this community
don's and see them. never once flagging. We are again to have
Catiurink McXitt, of Armagh
.t. : .l a.i.it lint.or nti I
, , ,. , ii i i ...:,
Saturday last, dieu suddenly m lier chair. ,
Leicit'iOicn S-ntivl. ;
Peoi lr in the vicinity of I.oysville, ;
Perry county, are excited over the dis- j
covery of a vein of black slate, believed j
to be coal. 1
Nothi.yg will please your wife, mother, '
or sister, for a holiday gift, so well as an j
Improved Grover & Baker Sewing Ma- ,
chine. F. S. Ayars, Salesman. j
Court. Next . week will be Court
week. Those of onr subscribers who
may have occasion to attend Court, will .
have a good opportunity to renew their !
' , ,
Lkvistown men and boys, the other
. , , , , ,, el m .i
night, burned bundles of straw, with the i
.... . .p.. ..,:.. ,.f !
expectation ot so cmu-.g - -
w-ild geese that new a
bout that town
that they would flutter into the fire, an
give themselves up for thanksgiving
roasts. The geese ah, what silly geese.
- - -
; A pay or two before the late fall of
snow, a bear was seen to leave the Lost
cretk side of Moyer's ridge and fcti ike j
out across the valley for Shade moun j
tain. A number of the valley folks !
gave chase. Bruin led them np into the
mountaius, where they soon got tired aud
gave up the cuaec.j
A citv paper says tliat a thirty-four
I pound turnip, raided iu Washington Ten-
j lor?' w" exnil,ited the banking house
iot Jy took and Co., in Philadelphia,
P.. , -i . ....
lerstown has a case of small-pox. The
vminjr pnjrcia Baj s lUBw U II
same papers also report case about six
miles below Newport, near Lngania Ba-
Do not buy a Sewing Machine until
you have seen the late Improved G rover
& Baker. They aie decidedly the very
best in nse. For sale at Loudon's Tai
loring EstabliVliment, MifHintuwn.
Man Kii.t.kd We learn that a watch
j man named I'letts, while on duty on the
railroad about three miles above Patter
son, was killed last night by a passing
train. We have not learned the panic
How are you to day ? I'm not feeling
well, bilious and sick headache, have
been looking around for a box ef Par
son's Pargali're Pills, but our traders are
all sold out. Cuun'ry Papier.
The residences of James Alexander
and T. G. Bell, of Midi in county, were
entered, each on a different night, by
thieves, some nights ago, and sundry
articles stolen therefrom, including (30
in money from Bell's house.
Wm. Metz's son, Adam, aged about
20 years, of Rye township, shot himself
in the throat with a pistol, loaded with
shot, on the 12th iust ; but whether ac
cidentlly or designedly we do not know.
At last accounts lie was not expected to
live. Perry County Frtemnn.
Cot. EvBR'ti barn, near Selinsgrove,
was destroyed by fire, on Thursday af
ternoon, the 23d itat. The barn con
tained 600 bushels of wheat. I GOO bush
els of corn, all the oats of this year, and
hay and corufodder. The origin of the
fire is cot known.
A wbitkr eiys that lovers are not
auare P"P'. ,1,ere is vein
'l,!cl1 ru", frum tLe "S1" &"&T
the left hand straight to the heart, and
that when a lady oilers you her left hand
at parting, there is a meaning iu it but
forgets to tell the meaning, which is quite
Major Zook, of .iillliu county, shot a
bear last week, on Jack's Mountain, that
measured six feet and eight inches from j
snout to tail. The Lewistown Gazette
j says, ' Of the last ten shots he has fired, J side and was lying on bis back. Slip
eight deer and one bear attest his skill j ppy then turned around and went to
haviiir missed killing hut once out of the
E incut last week a couple ot l.ick-
. . . . t . i
ing Creek boys went out to hunt coons. !
Aftera:imeth. vt.eedsomethir.tr. AH the I
ammunition they had was fired at it, the
last shot bringing it to the ground. It was
a bear, yet alive They killed it with an
axe, and the n. xt d:.y sold a portion of
the meat iu M .filing j
. J - j
hut SAI-K.--Jaines A. Criswell oilers ,
the Mirll.ntowTrrouiidry and MacUiue j
Shop at private sale, with all its contents, j
until tho 5,h dy ot l'ecember, 1&71
If not sold privately, it will be offered at
public sale, at one o'clock P. M., on the
If Prince Alexis comes to Mifflin, the
committee who mill coutrol his move
ments while here, will of course show
a treat of a similar character. A number
of noted teachers will be present, and
the distinguished elocutionist, 1 ro. i .
... . .
N. Hull, will give two entertainmeuts
,,, . i, -c i i
that should be witnessed by all, if he has
fhe powew tliat are accrfcdited to him.
t u Mij tnllt Mr. Shumakei is not hiseu
porior j,ifflin faw a)(j approved of him.
Read programme of Institute in another
ACCnKXT. On Monday morning Mr
jaDacg Kyle, of Walker township met
w;lu qU;te a serious accident. He was
driving a pair of horses in a spring
wagon to Mifflin, and was accompanied
by a daughter about 8 years of age In
passing Mt. Pleasant School House, the
horses took fright at a pile of snow that
the school boys had rolled np. The
' , ,r ,
horses ran away and Mr. Kyle was
' . . . . in
. uirowil uut, auu ucmiiuiiiq to -"
Ar,A about seventy or
... ' . .. ..
iClSIltV varaS. 1 WO Ul uib nm
I . . , ,. j -j.
broken, the Mesh ot Lis oacK auu biuc
was bruised and lacerated, and one thigh
and knee hurt. The little girl clung to
to the wagon for some time after her fa
ther was thrown out, when the wagon
struck a stone and she, too, was thrown
out, but fortunately was not hurt Mr.
Kyle was taken to his home and Dr.
- . . .
Banks was summoned, and rendertdtbe
uecessary attendance. He is now doing
M well m could be expected
! Samiki. J. Mllbn, on Tuesday a
week, while oiling the machinery of the
smut machine, at the Milroy Mills, Mif-
j Urn county, bnd his clothing canght by a
revolving shaft, 'and he made three
revolutions with it before be succeeded in
! braClng h'mBel.f "6a,,,8.t P8t' whefe
j he succeeded in holding himself nntil
i his coat and shirt were torn from him.
His arm was bruised from the wrist to
the shoulder." His call for help was not
heard on account of the noise of the ma
chinery of the mill.
Two Milroy boys made a deer lick
near Milroy. They watched from be
hiud a stone pile. Three deer came to
the lick. The boys fired and killed one
Grand Reunion. The soldiers of
the 126th Regiment, Pennsylvania vol
unteers, will hold their Second Annual
Reunion iu the New Town Hall, Geeen
castle, on Wednesday, 13ih of Decem
ber, 1S71. The exercises will be of a
most important character, and a very
large and interesting meeting is confi
dently expected. The members of the
Regiment -are respectfully invited to at
tend. Special invitations have been
given His Excellency, John W. Geary,
Gen. E B. Tyler, and other officers who
participated with the Regiment in the
field, and who have signified their inten
tion to be present. It is hoped that all
the members of the Regiment will regard
this as sufficient invitation, and endeavor
to be present, as no special invitations
will be sent out The addresses of wel
come will be delivered by Thad. M.
M alone, Esq., and the annual oration by
Wm- Kenedy, Esq. -All communications
should be addressed to Wm. II. Davison,
Chairman Committee of Arrangements.
Ox Saturday morning last, Mr. Joseph
Ilarpster, in company with Mr. Joseph
Slippey, both of Frankstowu township,
started off after a number of their sheep
that had strayed away. They crossed
Brush mountain near Widow Moore's in
to the Kittle, when, after feeding their
horses, and taking dinner, they proceeded
through Black Gap, along the foot of the
mountain, where they discovered some
of their sheep. They then drove to the
Frai.kstown and Altoona road, crossing
the end of Brush mouutain. In passing
up the wet-tern slope of the mountain,
riding along, one behind the other, talk
ing as usual, Slippey spoke to Ilarpster,
I and hearing no reply, he looked back and
found Ilarpster lyiug on the ground he
having fallen off his horse to the right
Ilarpster, who breathed a few times after
he got there He was taken into Mr
t.iim iiiicflri nonsp. near nv. a nortor
- o j
wr. E03D a"cr uu
l'Pr remedu-B api.lu.d, bat to no effect
cl'':iit ,'aJ tlk'n its U,Sut to tLal
''"'l it. Mr. Ilarpster was
gp(l bout al ) ea' and 1avea
or "fa'1'1 children. He was
one of 0,,r a,,d m,,st amiilUe c!t,z,:n9
and his remains were followed on Mon-
,j.iy jastj to 5nuir naaj regti,J? place, by
an jmniel)!!e concourse of his relatives
an(j 8vmpaihizinK neiebors. Peace to
I his memory ILl!idiyxhurij Rrjlstr.
To Tevciieks axd Fkiexds ok
Kdccation: The Fifth Annual Ses
sion of the Juniata Couuty Teachers'
Institute, will be held at the Court
House, Miffliutown, commencing Mon
day, December, 18th, at 2 o'clock p.
m., aud closing Friday evening, Dc
lembcr 22d, 1871. All teachers of
both public and private schools, aud
all persons intending to become tca
chers'are invited to become members,
and avail themselves of the advan
tages thus offered. Ministers, school
directors and friends of education are,
also, cordially invited to attend the In
stitute. Prof. W. N. Hull, of Pitts
burgh, will be present the entire week,
and will give class-drills iu Elocution,
Reading, English Grammar, Methods
of Spelling, and Penmanship. Prof.
Hull will also give two entertainments
on Tuesday and Thursday evenings,
consisting of Popular Readings and
Lectures. His Readings and Lectur
es are highly entertaining and instruc
tive. Miss Flora T. Parsons, a grad
uate of the Oswego Normal aud Train
ing School, will be present during the
week, and will give instruction in Pri
mary Methods, Object Lessons, Map
Drawing, Inventive Drawing, Prima
ry Reading.itc. Prof. Henry Houck,
of the School Department, will be
present on Wednesdiiy.Deccraber 20th.
He will lecture on different subjects
relating to school affairs, and will give
any information ou points of law that
may be desired, during the day and
evening. This will be Directors' Day,
aud the following subjects will be dis
cussed by school directors and others :
1st. What should be the size and
locatiou of our school buildiugs T 2d.
Should teachers' salaries be uniform ?
If not, what should be the basis of
thcir grading ? experience and success
iu teaching; size of school ; grade of
certificate, or all combined. I sincere
ly hope that as many of the school
directors of the county will be present
on that day as can possibly make it
suit Prof. Silas Wright, of the Jun
iata Valley Normal School, will be
present on Monday aud Tuesday, and
will give instruction in Methods of
Teaching Geography and History.
Prof. Stone and Patterson, of Tusca
rora Academy, and Prof. Geo. F. Mc
Farland, of Harrisburg, w ill be pres
ent part of the week, and will give
iustruction iu Methods of Teaching
Arithmetic, and Theory and Practice
of Teaching. Miscellaneous, Subjects
ou various and important educational
topics have been assigned to a number
of leading teachers of the county.
Their Report and Essays will inter
sperse the proceedings during the week.
The committee to whom the duty was
assigned of preparing and furnishing
music for the Institute is expected to
come prepared for that purpose. A
committee of five on Permanent Cer
tificates will be elected on Monday
afternoon. Teachers immediately on
their arrival in the "borough on Mon
day will report and have their names
enrolled. According to the Act of As
sembly under which this . Institute is
held, the roll of members must be
called at least twice a day. The roll
will be called morning and afternoon,
a tecord kept of the attendance, and
at the close of the Institute published
in the county papers. Those who are
tardy must report to the Secretary at
recess. Last "year 93 of the 103 teach
ers who were engaged at the time
in teaching were present This" was
creditable, but there is still room for
improvement. As this is the last ses
sion of the Institute at which it will
be my privilege and duty to preside, I
do most earnestly desire that every
teacher in the county will be present,
not only part of the time, but the en
tire week. Teachers, you can only re
ceive the full benefit of the instruc
tions that will be given by being pres
ent at all the sessions. Some counties
have already had every teacher iu
them present at their County Institute,
and I feel assured that the teachers of
this county are not willing to be behind
arty of their sister counties in attend
ance at their Institute. All teachers
who feel the responsibility they have
assumed, and who desire to be consid
ered earnest and lire teachers, will
most assuredly come up to this our
annual re-union, that they may be
come the better qualified for their re
sponsible position. I do hope that I
will be spared the unpleasant duty this
year of giving any teacher a lower
mark iu the Practice of Teaching, as
the law directs, for neglect of attend
ance at the Institute, than they other
wise would have merited. I here agaiu
repeat that I do sincerely hope that
every Board of School Directors iu
the county will encourage their teach
ers to attend the Institute -by giving
them the time, or at least a part of it
and thus promote the cause of educa
tion. Arrangements have been made
at the hotels for the accontmodation
of teachers at $1.00 per day. Every
effort will be made to make the Insti
tute as practical, interesting and use
ful as possible. The names of Lec
turers and Instructors need no recom
mendation, they should be sufficient to
warrant a full attendance of teachers
the entire week,
Gno. W. Lloyd,
BARNARD BOWER On the 14th inst.,
by Rev. J. A. McGill, Mr. Cyrus II. Barnard
anil Miss Nannie R. Bower, both from near
McCoysTille, ibis couuty.
BEXNETT BURD On the lfith inst., by
the same, Mr. Amos A. Bennett and Miss
M.rlliH A. BurJ, of Tuscarora township, Ju
I). K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. V. Sulouff,)
Grain, Lumber, Coal,
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, 4C.
The Highest Cash Trices raid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, &c. Sold at (he
Having bouts of onr own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, &c, cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. t&rXon ean make money by calling on us
betore selling or buying elsewhere.
OUMX WILL BE RECEIVED IS STORE TO BE
SOLD BY THE 1ST OF JC.NI!, 1871.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Miffiintown, April 20, 1871.
The "Guyper" Market Car.
THE undersigned, having purchased of
8. II. Brown the renowned "Guyper"
Market Car, desires to inform his frienla of
Mifflin, Patterson and vicinity, and the pub
lic generally, that he will run the car regu
larly, leaving Mifflin Station every Monday
noon for the Eastern markets, and icturning
on WEDNESDAY, loaded with
VEGETABLES OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON,
And Kverylhie I snally Carrie la a
Also, Freight Carried, at Seasonable
Bates, Either Way.
Orders from merchants and others solicited.
EY Promot attention to business will be
given and satisfaction guaranteed.
Urdcrs lea at Joseph renneu s store in
Patterson, will receive attention.
O. W. WILSON.
April 28, 1871.
ri'-er lititmu, nal An tit : PnL Dalun. 3 W.
lEh St f'jnr'.n.ti O mmA w Otaa. M CftftriaCte.-
N. C..! mmk- , ( Moai'fciac'
caret of ill Q al I T ' S
CancerAatidrtM il i wiU th
kaifa or tu rL " .
with lx.t lilt X ft pl- Err
rat aitJ iUn iat n " Vita, mm! i-
antrarara. Bewan) S 1 aa rm Fr
foamra. with Untr S 5 Vora Mat.
mum, if bkNN I ulOin IJeiHiu
aamu, ataaUa oar nt a I 9 aaaarttta-
aaa a acnaia 1 aw.
naataanMa. Maaa atkar aWaM anr at aaaL Far
fwfttcoltrt. tattd for aiwaltr. tall, araddtaaiat aboa-
LARGEST STOCK of Dress Goods in the
cvunty at Tilten & Espenschadc's.
MIFFLINTOWiN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Juniata ScuTiait
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Patterson.
Butter lb .... t
E?g. ft dot , ....
Lard, lb .
RagS .....h.. ..... ......... ............ .....
" Peaches, pared .
" Peaches, nnpared
Cherries.. ...... .....
" Cherries, pitted
, " Blackberries
Sides and Shoulders
Potatoes, Tt bus
Ground Alum Salt, sack
Locust Posts, mortising
" " for board fence.. .... ..
D. K. SCLOUFF'S PRICES CURRENT.
White Wheat, bus $1 45
Red Wheat, 1 40
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Coal, V ton $5 75
Nut " " .". 4 75
Pea " " 3 25
Bituminous" " 5 00
Run o( Log, 4 4, 1000 ft $24 00
" " 5-8. " . ... . lrt 00
" 8 4, " 25 00
" " 6-4, " .... 28O0lo400O
Hemlock Frame, " 17 00to20OO
Boards. " 18 00to20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring . 28 00
German Siding 28 00
Panel Doors v 1 73 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, p window- 65
' " 0x12, 75
" 10x12, " 80
" " 10x14, " 90
PuiLAPEirhiA, Nov. 28, 1871.
Cloversced is in good request, and receipts
aresmrtll. Sales of 140 bush at lljal2c.
Timothy is held at S3 25,
Theie is no vitality in the Flour market,
and the tone is decidedly uninteresting.
Buyers come furward slowly and con6ne their
purchases entirely to small lines to meet
pressing wants. Sales of 1400 bbls includ
N. W. Extra Family..
Ohio & Ind. do. do. ..
Penna. do. do.
... $5 25(5 75
... $7 50(S)8 25
... $7 007 50
... $7 00(a7 50
.... $8 0008 75
In wheat theie is not much doing, but pri
ces are steady. Sales of 21M.K) bush at $1 01
al C3 for Penn aud Western red ; and $1 AH
for fair white. Itre may be quoted at 95a
97c for Penn and Western. There is a steady
demand for Corn, and we notice safes of 4 5 KJ
bush at Ii8a79c for n:w and old yellow; ile
old and new mixed ; and 55a 53 fer Western
high mixed. Oats are much wanted ; sales
of 10,4d0 bush at 5ia55c for white, and 5'Ja
53 for mixed.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Monday, Nov. 27 P. M.
There was not much demand for Beef Cat
tle to-day. and prices were lower. Sales of j
extra at 71 7c : choice at 6a7c ; fair to good i
at 4.1a5tc ; and common at 34a4. Receipts I
250 head. " j
Cows and Calres attracted but little atten-
tion and prices were weak. Sales of spring
ers at $Oa45, and Iresh cows at $45.i60. j
Receipts 150 head.
Sheep meet s good demand at full prices. I
Snles of fair and good nt oafijc : common at
$2 5()a3 50 ; and lambs at ('.We. Receipts!
100 head nt the Avenue, and 1,000 head at '
the Park Drove Yard. j
lings were firm early in the week, but at
the close the demand fell off and prices de
clined. Sales of corn-fed at Gatijc. Receipts
at the Union Drove Yard 3650 head.
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES 4 PRICES
reported weekly by C. BA RILEY, op
povite the Post Office, Miffliutown, Pa :
MoUsses, Porto Kico, " gaU...
" New Orleans. ..........
Sjrup, Honey Bee-........'.. ..'.'.'.v..
" Melted Sugar .v.-.v.
Sugar, Granulated .'
" Extra C
Yellow C .....
" Brown v
Coffee, Rio, Choice
" Roasted (Arbucklesl
Tea, Imperial, Finest
" Oolong. "
Pruens, French -
Soap, Kosin 5
tilive -. f
Salt, Ground Alum.
Mackeral, No. 2 (new) bbl
Brooms, xo. I. .
Tubs, Cedar 1 50a
Buckets. Painted, 2 hoops..... ..
Slaw Cutters.. -
Tin Dish Pans - .
Tin Wash Pans ......... .............
Tin Buckets -
Boots, Men's Calf -
Gaiters. Ladies' Lasting.
" Sweet, peck.....
Coal Oil. V gU
Cash paid for eggs. -
NEW DRUG STORE.
Mailt Street.' Mfflinlotcn, Pa.
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brashes,
Ilair Oil. Tobacco,
LARGE VARIETY OF
PATENT MEDIC I ft S,
selected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WINES AND LIQUOBS for Medi
fBT PRESCRIPTIONS compounded with
great eare, (m16'70- ly
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Office.
THE KEYSTONE !
Bridge Street, Jliftliiifowir.
TT7E, TIIE UNDERSIGNED, WOULD
' most respectfully call the attention of
our friends, customers, and the public gen
erally, to the fact that we have secured and
fitted np one of the finest rooms in the coun
ty, directly opposite our old stand previous
to the terrible fire of Dee. 31, 1870, on Bridge
Street, MifHintown, where we purpose to con
tiuue the business of
We have opened one of the finest, best and
cheapest slock of Goods every offered to the
public, embracing in fact almost everything
that the public ean wish. We woo.Id espe
cially invite the attention of all to our fine
assort ment of
This department we flatter ourselves to be
the best ever offered to the public of Juniata
for styles, quality and cheapness, of the most
approved patterns, ic,
Black Australian Crape,
Black and Fancy Silks,
Black and Fancy Silk 1'opliue,
Black and Fancy Mohair,
Black and Fancy AIpccai,
Black and Colored Striped Suitings,
Satin Striped Versailles Cloth,
Sotin Striped Lome Robes,
Silk Striped Mohair,
Silk Figured Sultana,
Brocade Japaneea Silks,
French Serge Wool 1'Iaid,
Scotch do. do. do.
Cord and Colored Velveteens.
Engl inn and French Chiutze,
I 'la id Nainsooks,
Plaid India Twills,
1'rocba, Thibet, Helena,
West Branch, Niagara, and
Watervliet Long and t"'quare
Shawls, in Great Variety.
Black and Fancy Cloths,
Black and Fancy Cassiineres,
Black and Fancy Enriine,
Black and Fancy Tweeds,
Black and Fancy Jeans,
Striped and Plain Linen,
Striped and Plain Cottonade,
Striped and Plain Suitings.
Striped and Plain Marsaillep,
Striped aud Plain Flannels,
Prints, Muslins, Sheeting,
Pillow Casings, Checks,
Liuefr, Cotton Sc Damask Table Linens,
Cambric aud Swiss Embroidery,
Piqua and Crochet Edgings,
Silk and White Cotton Fringes,
Ribbons, Velvet and Gimps,
Laces and Braids,
Ladies' Tasting Pulton and Lace Gaiters,
Ladies' Morocco Button and Lace do.
Ladies' Kid Lace ftils
Ladies' Kid Lace do.
Ladies"" Lasting and Kid Croquet .Slippers,
Misses' and Child's Lasting Gaiters,
Misses' and Child's Kid Bals.
Misses' and Child's" Morocco Button,
Misses' and Child's Goat afd Pebble,
Misses' rod Child's Croquet Slippers.
Men and Boys' Calf Boots,
Men and Boys Gutters,
Glassware and Qncensware,
Fruit Jars and Stoneware.
Wool Figured, Venitian, Listing
and Wool Dutch Carpets.
Floor and Stair Oil Cloth,
Oil Shades and Fixtures.
Berlin, Zephyr and Excelsior
Foreign and Domestic Yarns.
Table and Pocket Cutlery, "
Mirrors, Stationery, Albums, &c ,
In fact everything necessary to make up a
complete stock of Choice and DesirabU
As we are buying strictly for cash, we
flatter ourselves that we can offer great in
ducements to parties who wish to buy good
Goods at reasonable prices. Our terms are
cash or country produce taken in exchange
for goods. . .
We only ask the public to give ns a oil
and examine cur stock, and compare prices
and quality. We defy competition.
TILTEtf k ESPEN3CHADE,
Bridge Street, Miffiintown.
Sew. 21, 1871.
fnir of superb French Oil Chromos subjects,
LIFE SIZE, exquisiteoc limile of original
Oil Paintings, GI VY A VTA T to every sub
HENRY WARD BEECHER'S
'GREiT LITERARY. RELIGIOUS. WEEK-
LY NEWSPAPER. Agents having great
1 success ! One twit 1 ,000 names in 3 months;
j another 672 in 35 days : another f f8 in one'
week ; one 47 in one ay. and many others
j equally welt, making from ? and $10 to $10
I per day. Tak& on' sjht '. An old agent
who knurs says'? I think it the btpi ianwu
for caneaitert ftr offered. Sorry I did not
engiige sooner." Tays me belter than any
book agency. .4 rare ehruee to make montif.
XjOC Ih .fGEJfT WANTED.
Intelligent men and women wanted every-'
I where If yon wish good territory, send
' earlti for circuhr ertf lernffl !' J. B. FORD
j CO.. 27 Tark Plaee, N. Y. ; I rnmfiel.t
, St., Bostrn : West Madison St., I iiictgn.
i AC.'ENTS WANTED FOR
I HIE YEAR OF BATTLES
The History of the War between France
and Germany, embracing also Paris under
! the Comm me. 150 illustrations ; 642 pages;
I price. S2 f0 ; 50,(M0 copies already sold.
i Toe only complete work. Nothing equals it
I io sell. Making 10,0t0 copies per month
j now. In English and German. Terms" un-
equaled. Outfit $125. Address
i II. S. G GODSPEED 4 CO..
, 37 Park Row, New Tort.
i WflfllV "Ol K HOLD .liTirZINE
Tl UUU 0 is ntfifed free during Ihe coming
I year to every subscriber of Meny"s Museum,
j the To'edo Blade. Pomerov's Democrat, etc 4
1 which is an eviuenee 01 us worm aud popu
larity. Horace Greeley. James Partnn. The-.
i odore Tilioii. 4 ll:mili-u. etc., write lor
i In clubbing, it oilers luree first-class period-"
j icals lor Ihe price of one of them. A variety
; of premiuais on equ.i'ly liberally terms. Itf
j is an original, first elans magazine. Volume
X begins with Jan. Three specimen
enpies free., . Address S. P. VU01, New-
bui'gl, -V Y.
Is invited to send his address and receive
Kbkk asu Pustaoe Paio a copy of the
America Farm Journal,
The mcst Practical, the Best and Clieapest
Illustrated Agricultural paper in the Cniied
Stales. Ouly 75 cents fit year. Send for wt
specimen copy. Addiess
MILLER, LOCKE 4 CO..-.
Solicited by .TIC It f
Publishers Snrniitir .tmr,.
ean. fj PlftltROW. . 1
- Twenty-tire years' experience.
Pamphlets containing Patent Laws, with
full directions how tc oWain Patents free.
A bound volume of 118 papes. containing'
the He (tnsns by counties and all largo'
cities, 140 Engravings of Mechanical Move
ments, Patent Laws and rules for obtaining
Patents, mailed on receipt of 25 cents.
The oldest and most reliable Institution for
obtaining a Mercantile Education.
"Practical business men as Instructors.
For information write for a circular to
P. DUFF & SONS, Pittsburg. Pj.
' Thc COUGEESS ARCTIC.
aazavAv The BEST winter OVERSHOE f
I'iVXO BITKLKS to break I
I , KO IK01BLE to put on!
Vra5s fat,0tmeel, StylSfcr
ASK KUKSilOE DEALER FOB IT1
AGENTS WANTED. Agents make more
mnnry at work for us than at anything
elc. Bu.-iness Hk'1' and permanent. Par
tieiilarj free. G. STrsss & Co , fine Art
pHtluhefs, Portland, Maine.
A MONTH ! llore furnished.
KJ Expenses paid. II. B. SUA'",
AVOID QUACKS. .V victim of early in
discretion, eairsing nervou debility,
premature decay, &c, having tried iir rT
every advertised remedy, bus discovered it
simple means of self-cure, which he will send
to his fellow-sufferer. Address
J. II. BEEVES, 7$ Nassau St., N V.
A Clergyman, while residing in Smith
America ns a Missionary, discovered a safe
and simple remedy for Ihe Cure of Nervous
Weakness, Early Decay. Diseases nf, iRe I'ri
narv and Seninal Orpans, and the whole
train of disorders brought on by baneful and
vicious habits, fjreat numbers nave been
cured by 'Ms noble remedy. Prompted by
desire to benefit the afflicted and unfortunate.
I will send the recipe for preparing and
using this medicice, in a sealed envelope, to
any one who needs it. free f ehjrtje. Ad
dress Jos. T. Ismas, Station I, Bible fr-rs
N. V. City.
LADIfiS' FANCYTURS !
J O II N F A H K IRA,
718 ARCH StVeel. Middle of Ihe Block, be
tween 7ih and fihr. fts.. Snirth Side,
Importer, Manufnctnrer and Dealer in all
kinds and ualiiy of
FOR LAD IKS' A'l CHILDRKVS
Having imported a very ltrje a'A-J splendid
assortment ot nil the different kinds of Furs
from first hands in Europe, and have had
Ibem made up bv tlie rrfist skinful workmen,
would respectfully invite the readers of thf
paper to Call and examine his very large and
beautiful assortment of Faney Fan. fur La
dies dn I Chtl1rn. t ani uetermiued to sell at
as low pri'.e a itnj other respectable House
in this city. All Fir trtrranted. So mu
repreteniatio.i to ejfrrt stlen.
JOHN FAKE IRA,
718 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Oct. IS, 17I-1 mos.
Rally to the Place where yotf can buy
your Wall Paper Cheap.
THE undersigned lukcs this method of in
forming t lie public that be has just re
ceived at his residence on Third1 Street, lif
flintown, a large assortment of
of various styles, which he offers fof sale
CHEAPER than ean be purchased elsewhere
in the county. All persons in need of the
above article, and wishing iffsave money, are
invited to call and examine bis stock and
hear his prices belore going elsewhere.
iLLaree supply constantly on hand.
MifHintown, April 5. lS7l-tf
f- DEAFNESS. BLINDNES3, and CA
TARRH treated with the ntmost success by
J. Isaacs, M. D., and Professor of Dittos' of
the Eye ani Ear, kit specialty in the Medical
College of Pennsylvania. 13 pears' experience,
(formerly of Levden, lloliand,) No. 85 Arch
Street, Pbila. Testimonials ean be seen at
his office The medical faculty are invited to
accompany their patients, as he has no secrets
in his praitice. Artificial eyes inserted with
out pain. No charge for examination.