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lARM AND HOUSEHOLD.
METHOD OF ASCERTAINING THE
MtjGIiTOF CATTLE WHILE
This is of the utmwt utility for all
those who are not experienced jihlea
by the eye ; mid, by the following di
r tiotis, the wviglit can be ascertained
within a mere trifle; Take a string-,
;tit it around the beast, standing
miiiuiv, just behind the shoulder blalj;
ineiuure on a foot-rule the fett and in
ihes the animal is in circumference
this i called the jErirth ; then, with
th? str'ng, mca.-ure from the bone of
the tail which plumb. the line with
the hirtler parts of the buttock, direct
the lii e along the back to the fore
part ' th s'.i'j'.il-Jer blade ; take the
dim ci sions on the foot-rule as before
wh'th is the length, and work the fig
ures in the following- manner: Girth
the Id'llock, fiet 4 inches ; length, 5
i-t-t 3 inches; which multiplied t-.
itlier, makes Gl square superficial
J x-t ; that again multiplied by 23 (the
numl.cr of pounds allowed to each su
perficial foot of cattle measuring less
than 7, and more than 5 in girth,)
makes 713 pounds; and allowing 14
jioui;ds to the stone, is 50 stones 13
Dour.ds, When the nut ma i measures
less than 0, a:id more than 7 feet in
pirtli, 31 is the number of pounds to
each superficial foot. Again, suppose
a pig or any small beast should meas
ure 2 feet in girth, and 2 feet along
the back, which, multiplied together,
make 4 square feet; that multiplied
by 11, the nu;nb!r of pounds allowed
lor each sqnare foot of cattle measur
ing less than 3 fw-t in girth, makes 44
pounds, which, divided by 14 to bring
it to stones, is 3 stone 2 pounds.
Again, suppose a calf, a sheep, etc.,
should measure 4 feet 6 inches in
prth ; and 3 feet 9 inches in length,
which, multiplied together, make 16
s ptnrc fivt ; that multiplied by 16, the
i -ltnlc r of pi iu nds allowed to all cat
tie ineniiring ". than 5 feet and
i iore than 3 inches in girth, makes
Lii-t pounds; which divided by 14 to
moiics, is lSjtone 12fts. The dimen
hiuiis of the gir:h and length of back
f cattle, sheep, calves or hogs, may
1h a exactly lakrn this way as is at
all necessary for any computation or
aliiRtion of stock, and will answer
sactly to the four quarters, sinking''
i'ie oflal, an. I wliii h every man, who
an gi-t even a bit of chalk, can easi
ly p'-rfurm. A diiluction must be
luad j fir a half fated beast, of 1
Mimic in 21), fro:n that of a fat one;
:i:td for a row that has had a calf, 1
Sinn;- must l. allowed, and another
lor not bring properly fat. Ex.
SaV'Vi; ('AIIItACi: TIM. Sl'KI-VtJ.
AVe know of no better way to preserve
cabbages through the winter than that
which we have recommended for a
number of years. It is to plant or
set them up in ro'vs as they grow that
is with the loots dowj fiil in with
soil pretty freelev, th"ti make a cover
ing by plaining to ports where there
is a fence to rest on, or four where
there is not allowing for a pitch to
carry oil' (he water; lay beau-poles
opposite the way of the pitch and cov
er with corn fodder or straw or boards.
In using through the winter avoid as
much as possible the suiuiv side and
close up again. We have" kept our
cabbages lor more than a dozen years
this way in a perfect state through the
winter and into the spring and could
even up to the first of May if desira
ble. f i'crr.i vihien Turgmph.
Watlk-I'iiook Hoot (tolls-. If
hot tar is applied to boot Soles it will
make them wattr-pcof. Ix-t it be ns
lu t .as the leather will bear without
iajury, applied with a swab, and dry
ing it by the fire. The operation may
be repeated two or three times during
the winter, if necessary. It makes
the surface of the leather quite hard
so that it wears longer, as well as
keeps the water out. It is a good plan
to provide boots for the winter during
fii turner, and prepare the soles by tar
ing as they will then become, before
they are wanted to war, almost as
firm as born, and will wear twice as
long as those unprepared.
Preserve Jars. IYeserve Jars
arc hermetically sealed to avoid mould
or iu other words to keep out invisible
germs, which come in with the air and
produce mischief. It has long since
been found that a plug of cot ten
makes an effectual closure for a bot
tle or jar, serving all the purposes of
sealing. This agrees with the theory
of Tyndall, who has discovered that
cotton shifts the air of germs in a pe
culiar manner of its own.
A Heavy Fall of Snow.
Den ver, Col., Nov. '20. A severe
wind and snow storm occurred here
hist Thursday, and continued the grea
ter part of 1- riday. The snow fell to
the depth of eight inches, and at Cen
tral City ten inches. The storm ex
tended a great distancccast and south,
and the railroads were all badly block
ed up by snow drifts. The telegraph
v ires on the Kansas Pacific railroud
were prostrated. The railroads are
now clear, and unless we have a heavy
wind will be kept open. Another snow
storm last night added about six inch
es to that already on the ground.
On Friday morning a fire broke
out in the barber shop adjoining the
Perry House at Kit ('arson, and the
entire block, including the Perry
House, seveial dry goods and grocery
stores, the post-offiec,tvo billiard halls,
and a number of saloons and dwell
ings, were destroyed. The loss is es
timated at $100,000, with no insurance
The railroad depot and warehouses,
containing a large amount of mer
chandise en route to New Mexico and
Arizona, were saved.
There is not so agonizing a feeling
in the whole catalogue of human
suffering as the first conviction that
the heart of the being whom we
most tenderly love is estranged from
Of all passions, jealona is that
which exac's the hardest service, and
pays the biltoreet wa ges. Its service
to watch the success of our enemy;
its wages to be sure of it.
Grief knits two hearts in closer
bosus than happiness ever can; and
tc mon Buffering is a far stronger link
jki't common joy.'
The Great Medical Discovery !
Or. WALKES'S Ci LXFOBBTIA
si "Hundreds of Thousands ef
t Bear testimony to th:-lr Woiuler- s
IS - fulUuraliri; KlitH. gf
lis WHAT ARE THEY?s
ft TTTET Attl? NOT A VILE
ii FANCY DRINK.f
Made of Pnr Rnm, WbUker. Prf
Spirit ! ItcfHiM IJiiaor doctored. tplced
nrt woetcned to fleas-; tlie tatte, callrd Ton
ic," " Appetizer," Restorer," that e4
t'.o tippler to dranfcenneas and rata, bat are
a true Uttrd'etne, made from the Xatrre Root and
Herb of California, free IVm nil Alcoholic
M .mutants. They are thct.ltKAT BLOOD
rntlFIER and LIFE .IVIN, l'RI
'III.E a perfect lirnorrtor and larlifuratorof
the System, carrying off nil polapnoua matter and
mtorlDK the blood to a healthy condition. So
'penon can UHe these r.lttcre according to direc
tion and remain Iob? anwcil.
Vnr In!liiiTtii.uf orjr nnd Chronic Khc:i
mniiam Mild Clour. Ir4t r lad!
Ctinu, Itillacrt, Ketutitent anrf lutrr
mlttcut Fi'vpdi, IHseiweti or the Blood,
I.lvrr, KMury. nnJ fllnd.ler, there llli
trro have been most sacccttftit. nrh IM
eaitea are caused by VI tin ted ISIood, wWca
l irenerally prodnccd by derangement of the
lYSrKPIA OR INDIGESTION.
Headache, Pain In the Rhonldera, Coaifh, Ttpl.t
neM of the Cheat, Dlszlness, Sour Eructation of
lhe Stomach, Kad taste la the Month, Billoa At
tacks. Palpitation of the Heart, Iuilammailn of
the Lung, Pain In thcretfona of the Kllneyi,and
a hundred cthor painfttl symptoms, are the off
springs of Dj-eepsisu
Thy lnT"sorate the Stomach and stimulate the
torpid liver and bowels, which render them of no
ei called efficacy In cleansing the Mood of all
Imparities, and Imparting new life and vigor to
the whole system.
FOR SHIN DISEASES, F-mptlonvTctter,
Salt Khetim, DloLchca, Spots, inmplcs. Postules,
Ho lift, C arcane lea, Riag- Worms, Seal d-n cod, Foro
Fy.'s, lryspdas, Itdi, cirfi, Diacolorationt of
ths tfkin, Buiiiors and Diseases of the tskin, of
vhstever uams ornatnre, are literally duo; Bp
and catxlrd oat of the system In a short time by
ti use of Hies" Litters. One bottle In such
catk-s will convince the most lncredalont of their
Clt anse the Vitiated Blooi irheneTer yon find
lt Imparities bnrtt'njr through the skin in Plm-
(iles, Eroptlons or Sores; cleanse It when you
fnd It obftracted and 6lu?frith In the reins;
cleai!" It when it Is fonl, and yonr feeling will
t.-.l you wiica. Kc?p the blood paro aad the
h ft'IU o r the system will follow.
TIN, TA I'E and other WORMS, lnrkiaj: In
t're iyr: :n of so many tltousands, are effectnally
destroyed and removal. For full directions, read
carefully the clrcnlar around each bottle.
J.WALKHn, Proprietor. H. H. Mc DONALD &
CO., Drattrit.t3 and Cca. Ajrents. Ban Francisco,
Caland S3 and 31 Commerce Street, New Vork.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DE ALE Its.
This preparation, long and farorftWr
known, will thoroiurtilv rp-inviponite
broken d"wa aud low -spirited liorst-s,
by strenrthtrninir and clea?ing tlie
etmxiHcli mid iiittfstirwa.
Ii in a sure prvt-ntire of all di?1
incident to thi animal, fucb as LI NG
FEVER. .I-AMKKS. YKM.'W
WATKR. 1IKAVKS. COL'.'IIS. HIS.
TKMCKK, KKVERS, KuUX HER,
LOSS of APFETITE AND VITAL
ENKRUV.- tie. It" use improves
the mind, increoes the appetite
Itires a smooth and ploHT skin and
transftrnn the tni.-rahlr rkfleton
into a fine-lkinR and piritei horse.
34. tion is invaluaMe. It is a sure pre-JT-2JVJ1
rentire aKainst Kinden-t. Hollow
actual experiment to increase the
fpinntit y of milk and cream twenty
''percent, aud make the butter firm
and sweet. In fattenins cattle, it
irirefl them an appetite, loosens their bide, and makes
bem thrive much faster.
Tn all diseases of Swine, snch Cougliv, ricers n
tlie i,un(r. Liver, sc., th is article acts
as a specific. By putting from one
half a paper to a paper in a barrel of 1
swill the aboTeduieajtes will be eradi
cated or entirelr prevented. If given
in time, a certain preventive and
cure for tlie Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. F0PTZ, Proprietor,
BALTIMORE. M d .
For wile I'V Prnpirint and Storekeeper! throughout
lh United State. Canada and Sorth America
B. F. KEIWER & SOX.
NEW BOOT ifc SHOE SHOP
In Neviu's New Building on
BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLTXTOWN.
rr ME undersigned, late of the firm of Fa
I sick & North, would respectfully an
nounce to the public that he has opened a
Boot and Shoe Shop in Major Nevin's New
Building, on Bridge street, Mifflititown, and
is prepared to manufacture, of the best ma
terial, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
GKXTS7 LADIES AND CHILDREN.
He al'o keeps on hand a large and well
stlected stock of
of all kinds, for men, women and children. '
ALL WORK WARS ANTED.
Give me a call, for I feel confident that I
can furnish you with any kind of work you
fct? Repairing done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NORTH.
May 81, 1871.
Boot and Shoe Shop.
THE undersigned, fashionable Boot H
and Shoemaker, hereby respectful- II
y informs the public that he has located aW
in the borough of Patterson, where he is pre
pared to accommodate the most fastidious in
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
ClllL DRAWS HEAR, d C.A C.
Also, mending done in the neatest manner
and upon the shortest notice. A liberal
share of public patronsge is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Jtg" Shop located on the east side of Tug
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
McAliEtersville in the Tinning' business.
Persons wanting anything in his line should
call before purchasing elsewhere as he is
prepared to manufacture all kinds of Tin and
Sheet Iron Ware, and to sell as low as they
can be purchased elsewhere. His old cus
tomers and the public generally are respect
fully invited to call, as he hopes by strict at.
tention to business to deserve a share of pat
ronage. aug 18 '69tfl JACOB O. WINET
GO to the Juniata Scxtixel Job Printing
Office for all kinds of Plain and fancy
LARGE STOCK OF
Fall and Winter Clothing
Strayer's Clothing Store,
Now is tie Time to Secure Bargains!
QAMUEL STRAVER, bing purchased ,f
kj Levi llecht, keeps in the new Urick UuilU
ing. Main Street, TikileranD, large and ele
gant assortment of ' Ready-Made Clothing,
consisting in part of
Overcoats, Frork CotiU, '
Drtst Coats, 1'antaluuut,
Vent, Drawer, Coflart,
Boots & Shoe
And everything usuilly found in a first class
Cieatleuitto s rtirnisning store.
FAX Or GOODS
Also a lnrge and carefully selected assort
ment of Fancy Goods, of all classes, kinds and
qualities, all of which will be sold at the low
eat ppsible living prices.
Laaits' Oailert and Shoes.
Tfe also invites the attention of the ladies
to his fine stock of GAITERS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at prices defying competi
tion. CAR PATS, OIL CLOTHS.
He hasnn hand a beautiful assortment o
Carpets, Oil Cloths, &c , which are of a good
quality, and well worth the inspection of the
HATCHES A. JEWELRY.
Gold and Silver Watches,
Ear rings, 1'lain and Fancy rings,
H'alcli Keys, Ladies' and Gents' Breast Pins,
Gold Pens an J Pencils, &c, which at this tiiae
form the largest and best assortment iu the
l3iAll the abote goods will be sold cheap
er than any other store in the United States.
If you don t believe it, just give Dim a calJ
and be convinced or the trutn 01 toe assertion
lie has also a large Room just opposite
his Store where he offers for sale at low
prices a general assortment of
'fables. Chairs, Sofas, Lounges, liedsleads.
Mattresses, Truuks, Carpets, flanks. Racks,
aud many other articles for house furnishing
. SAMUEL STRAYER.
Tatterson, May 1, 1871.
D. W. II A RLE Y & CO'S
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
iXevin's Xcw Building, Bridge
i Street, Mifllintown.
iTIiis way for Bar
HAVING removed otir GOODS to a Toora
( in Xevin'a new building, on Bridge street,
we are prepared to do t large buKiuesa, and
1 have just received a
1 .; NEW ASSORTMENT OF GOODS,
I consistiso ,or
' Over Coats llress Coats, Business Coals.
Common Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, Hats,
ISaots and Shoes of evsrjr description,
style and quality, for male or female.
I5UYS' READY MADE CLOTIILVO
Also, Carpets White Shirts, Fancy Over
Shirts, Cndcr Shirts. Drawers, Hosiery.
Gloves, Linen and Paper Colars.
Cravnts and Ties, Trunks, Um
brellas, Travelling Dags kc.
Also, the latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks, Cir
culars and Purs.
Persons in want of anything in our line wil".
save money by giving us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere, as we are determined to
sell cheap for cash.
B Don't forget the corner, Bridge and
D. W. HARLEV & CO.
May 1. 1871.
JttlFf LINT0WN FOUNDRY
rilHE undersigned would respectfully an
X nounce to the citizens of Juniata and
adjoining counties, that he has purchased
the Mitnmtown Foundry and Machine Shop.
and is prepared to manufacture articles of
various descriptions, such a four and Six
Horse-power Threshing Machines, also,
Eisht and Ten Horse Power Machines,
being the most celebrated, and best adapted
lo the wants of the farmer now extant, and
which I will warrant to perform all they are
recommended to do Plows of the latest and
most improved patterns, considered by all
who have used them to be superior to any
now in use in this part of the country. I
would espeeially call the attention of farmers
to the IRON KING 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
fitting up the same. I also manufacture
all kinds of
Coal, Wood, Parlor ami Cooking Stoves.
I also manufacture Hollow Ware, Waffle
Rollers for tanners, c.
Old Metal and country produce of all kinds
taken in exchange for work;
Femember I sell ten per cent, cheaper
than any other establishment in the country.
J. A. CRISWELL.
Feb 16, 1871)-tf.
AGENTS WANTED FOR
FROM the FIELDS or LITERATURE. Con
taining selection from oss hundbrd of the
most popu ar Amkbicax and foreign authors,
including Adams, Bancroft, Bacon. Ueecher,
Bulwer, Chapin (E. U.), Carlyle, Cooper, De
Quincy, Everett. Emerson, Newman, Hall, J.
G. Holland, Irving, Longfellow, Parker, Phil
lips, Punshon, Robertson, Ruskin, Whately.
Webster, and others equally celebrated for
their skill in the use of beautiful lauguage
and for their strong enforcement of noble
ideas. Six hundred pages, elegant cbromo
frontpiece in ten colors, and many choice en
gravings, at one half the 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 the
best of snccess.
Clergymen, Teachers, and energetic young
men and ladies wantod in every township to
act as Agents, on very liberal terms. Se-d
name and address for Circular to ZIEGLER
4 McCCRDV, Philadelphia, Pa., Cincinnati,
Ohio ; Chicago, 111.; St. Louis, Mo. ; or
Springfield, Mass. nov9
TnE undersigned, manufacturer 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 all kinds of Cast
ings, Bells, Stoves. &c. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me a
call, or address.
J. H. ROGERS.
Walnut P. O.
aug 18 189-tf Juniata Co. Pa.
EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTION IN THE
TR1CEE OF GOODS.
Patterson, Juniata Co.. Pa.
the undersigned bee leave to state, that
they have purchased from J. B. M. Todd, his
entire stock of goods, and will in the future
conduct the merchantile business at the Old
Stand, in the borough of Patterson, Juniaia
county, Pa., where they shalT endeavor to
keep constantly on hand full and complete
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CONSIST
HATS AND CArS,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
Having just returned from the city with the
above enumerated stock of goods, all 1
which have been purchased since the great
decline in Gold, we feel warranted in saying
that we ean offer Goods at greatlv reduced fig
ures for CASU Oil COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mar23-tfj LAIRD & BELL.
iW GOODS! NEW GOODS !
Martin & Walters'
GREAT CRASH IX PRICES !
HAVING purchased the Store of X. Frank
& Co., on Main street, in J. M. Belforu's
store room, we would respectfully inform the
public that we have just returned from the
hast with a new and carefully selected stock
of GOOLS of the very best quality, compris
ing in part, of
LOOTS & SHOES,
II ATS AND CATS,
C A R P E T S,
FURS, WOOD AND WILLOW -WARE, and in
short every article usually kept in a well
We intend selling exclusively for CASH, or
in exchange for CuL'NTRV PRODUCE. By
so doing we will be able to sell goods as cheap
as the cheapest. Call and examine our stock
J-HIGHEST PRICES PAID IN TRADE
FOR ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
MARTIN & WALTERS,
(Bt'lford's Store.Koom,) Main St.,
Mny 1, 1871.
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
PEMELL'S CHEAP STOKE
IN PATTERSON, PA.
rpiIE lirgest and best assortment to be
-L found in. Patterson. Thankful for the
liberal patronage heretofore received from
the public, I would respectfully announce
that I have just opened a very large stock of
Goods well suited to the trade. My stock
consists of a full assortment of fine and staple
Embracing all the materials for men, women
and children's wate, including Hats and Caps.
Boots and Shoes, together with a large slock
of Muslins, Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, ic.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such as French and English Merinocs, Pop.
lins, Alpacas, De Laines, plain and figured
Shawls, ic, and also a large stock of Notions,
such b Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, Embroidered
Collars and Cuffs, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
Such as Sugars, Syrups, Coffees, Teas and
Spices. Also, a large lot of Queensware.
Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware. Fish
Salt and Nails. Together with a full assort
ment of Goods usually kept in a country store-
HRHighest price said for country pro
duce in exchange for gocds. Prices to suit
the times fMay 1, 1871.
WANTED BY THE NORTH
' WESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY organized in 1858 with
assetts of over Ten Millions ($10,000,000),
District Agents for the following counties :
Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware,
Lancaster, Schuylkill, Berks, Lehigh. North-'
ainpton, Columbia, Montour, Northumber
land. Monroe, Adams, Juniata, Bradford,
and any other unoccupied territory that wc
hold. This is a rare ebanee for some first
class iren. Call on or address
PERCIVAL 4 STOW,
State Agents Bast Penn'a.,
430 Walnut St., Philada.
BSUCall in person if possible.
Aug 9, 1871-4w
ALL persons arc hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fishing or in any way tres
passing on the lands of the undersigned, in
Black Log township. Tersons ao offending
will be dealt with to the full exent of the
Robert Mclntire. J. E. Mclntire.
Samuel Lauver, Villiam Lanver,
David Lanver, Charles Glok,
Michael Hommon, William Bilger,
Adam Smith, Samuel Hoffman,
George Smith, ' Sebastian Rapman,
Sarah E. Cornelius, George Smith, Jr.,
Thomas Ramler, laaac Baughmaa,
Thomas J. Darling, George W. Gorton.
June 21, 1371.
the purpose or
Perhaps no one medi
cine is so universally
any before so universal
ly SAlOpUM 1UW me, u.
every country and among
all classes, as this mild
but efficient purgative
Yill. The obvious rea
son is, that it is a more re
liable and far more effec
tual remedy than any
mhr- Those who have
tried it, know that It cured them: those who have
notknow that it cures tlieir neighbors and Diemls,
"ul? .. h, itinea nnn! it does always
-ttia it nevSils through any tault or neglectof
its rompoMtion. We have thousand upon 1 Jou
.atwIs ofeertiflcates of then-remarkable cures ofi uw
Swing complaints, but enchcures hJ
every neighborhood, and we need not P"bUm:
Adahtcd to all ages and conditions in all climates ,
eta.ng neither calomel or any deleterious drug,
h7y mav lie taken with safety by anybody. Tte
sir'ar coating preserves them ever fresh and make
them pleasant to take, while being purely Tegftabl
ao harm can arise from their use in nvJ"t5ri,
Thev oneralc 'iy their powerful hiBuence on HM
iK vfseeri Kpuriiy blood aetimoloU
into healthy action-remove the obsions of the
stomach, bowels, liver, and other organs or toe
body, restoring their irregular action to health, and
by correcting, wherever they exist, such derange
ments as are the firt origin of disease.
Minute directions are given to the wrapper on
the box, for the following complaints, which these
i'illjraiMdlycuro: - ,
For nyaiM-paia or Idilo, .lalw
arw. liVr and Lm t Appetite, cy
should lie taken moderately to stimulate the stom
ach and restore its healthy tone and action.
For E,tvrr Complaint and its various symp
toms, Ililioau Mmsdiache, Hick HeiateclM),
jMudire or tlrwa NicbaM. "'
Colic and Oillona S'ereiw, twey should i be ju
diciously taken for each case, to correct tlie diseased
action or remove the obstructions which cause it.
For lyrnrrr or Diarrhoea, but one mild
dose is generally required.
For lsaromatlma, Uoat, Gravel, Palpi
tatioa of tao Hoart, Paia la the M,
Hack aud JjOiaa, they should be continuously
taken, as required, to change tlie diseased action of
the system. With such change those complaints
For Dropsy and Dropsical swolllaira they
should be taken in large and frequent doses to pro
duce the effect of a drastic purge.
For ftappmoioa a large dose should be taken
as it produces the desired effect by sympathy.
As a Dinner Pill, take one or two Pill to pro
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy action, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often Units that a dose
of these fills makes him feel decidedly better, from
their cleansing and renovating effect en the diges
DR. J.C. AYE It CO., Practical ChesssUf
ZOWXLZ. MASS., V. 8. A.
USE THE BEST.
Kmo years before the pnltlic,
and no preparation for the hair has
ever been produced equal to Hall's
u Vegetable Sicilian Hair Kenewer,"
and every honest dealer will say it
gives the best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY HAIitt to its original
color, eradicating and preventing
dandruff, curing BALDNESS end
promoting the groivth of the hair.
The gray and braahy hair by a few
applications is changed to black and
silky locks, and wayward hair will
assume auv shane the wearer desires.
It is the cheapest HAIIi DRESS
ING in tho world, and its effects last
longer, as it excites the glands to
furnish the nutritive principle fo
necessary to the life of tlie 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 be without Nature's
ornament, a good head of hair. It is
the first real perfected remedy ever
discovered for curing diseases of the
bair, and it has never been equalled,
and we assure the thousands who
Lave used it, it is kept up to its
original high st andard. Our Treatise
on the Hair mailed free; send for it.
Sold by all DrurUts r.iul Dealers in Medicines.
Price Ono Dollar Per Bottle. .
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
UB0BATOR7, BASHUA, V. H.
COMPOSE KOSADAMS nre
p'lliliflit-d on every p:u kiff, tlicre
fircitiawa secret p Lp.;ratiuii.
rnTsiriAxs tkesckibe it
It is a certain cure for Scrofula,
-Syphilis in all its forms. Rheuma
tism, Skin Diseases, Livor Com
uluint end all diseases of the
CX3 I0TTL3 C7
will ilo more pnod than ten bottles
oi 1I10 fcyrups of Sarsaparilla.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
have need Rosadalis in their practice
lor Iio oast three vearsand freelv
endorse it as a reliable Alterative
and blood Purifier.
DR. T. C. FUGII, of Baltimore.
DR.T. J. BOVKI.V, "
DR. K.W.CARR. '
Dlt. F. O. DANNF.LLT,
DR. 1. S. SFAJtKS, of NichoUsville,
DR. i. L. McCARTHA, Columbia.
DR. A. B. N03LF.S, F..lgrcomb, N. C.
USED A3TD FiI'DOESED EI
J. B. FRENCH fc CONS, Fall River.
F. XV. SWTTT, Jack son, Mich.
A. F. WHKK.LER, Lima, Ohio.
D. HAI L. Lima. Ohio.
CRAVEN & I (., OorriVnsvUlc, Va.
SA.M'U V. K..FADDE.N ilurfrecs-
Our STiacc will not allow of nv -r-
tended rc:nr.iks ia rclaticn to tho
virtiiesof Kosaiialis. Tothe VeJiral
Frotession B e cuararce a Khtitl Ex-
tractsuperinrto any they have ever
used iu the trca'mcnt cF diseased
blood : and to the alH ictetl we aav trv
Rasadalis. and vou will be resture-1
Rosailalis is sold bv all Drnriala
price S 1 .50 per buttle. Address
DB. CLEiEOT3 It CO.
New Tin aad Stave Establishment,
PerryviUt Juniata County, Pa
THE undersigned has opened out a sew
Tin and Stove Establirhmentin 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, &c.
He will also give prompt attention to all or
ders for Roofing. Spouting and Jobbing, ali
of which he guarantees to put up with the
best of material and in a workman-like man
ner. Having bad over ten years experience
in the business he flatters himself that he
ean give entire satisfaction to the public.
He keeps on hand the celebrated Kiinrod
Cook Stove, which is the best baker, most
economical and heaviest plated stove now in
nse. He will keep on hand the Oriental I
II.. I.. .! . ......1 ...AV,mAnt 4 .1. I :
w..d, ' - .....-.. .i t ii k nt-si I
Stoves manufactnred. JOHN DUNBAR. !
T)LAIN and Fancy Job Trial ing neatly txe-
X cuted at this Office.
lCJl if a I
Beef! Veal! Mutton!
THE undersigned hereby informs the pub
lic that he still continues to carry on the
ini.Kn.iii f Ktieinesj in Mifllintown. and will
: hereafter ePrly the citizen, of MiiBin aud
every TUESDAV and SATURDAY mornings.
Voal iil 31 u ton
every THURSDAY morning. His wagon will
go the rounds of both towns on the mornings
mentioned. As he is the only butcher in this
vicinity who continued in business durinp
the mist winter, for the accommodation of Ihi
nnlilii- he feels that he is entitled to more
than an ordinary share of patronage through
out the summer season.
April 12, nn.
3Xcsit! 3Iosit !
mnE undersicned hereby respect fully in
J. forms the citizens of Mifllintown and
Patterson that his wagon will visit each o
these towns on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY mornings of each week, when
they can be supplied with
during the summer season, and also PORK
and SAUSAliE in season. I purpose fur
nishing Beef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Veal and Mutton every Thurs
day morning. Give ni? your patronage, anil
will euaraiitee to sell as good meat as tlir
country can produce, aul as cheap as any
other butcher in the county.
June 14. 18T1.
FfifiSH BEEF, VEAL,
HE undersigned would respectfully an
nnnnce lo the public that he has com
menced the Butchering Business, and that h
wagon will visit Mifflintown an l Mexico on
TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings ol
each week when they can Lave an opporin
nity of piircbaiii
EXTR A KEEP.
cheaper tlinn from any other wagon. II.
mily nsks the cilizetis to give hini a trial tc
satisfy them that he sells cheaper and belle
meat than any other burcher in the ennnry.
April H, I.HTl-tf
Notice to Trespassers.
'rMIE undersigned, residents of I'el.iwan
X and Greenwood townships, hereby cau
tion all persons ng:iinst ireiuss.iu!; on tlieir
respective pmperiies lor the purpose of gun
ninjr. fishing, ir cutriug limbi-r. All persons
violating this notice will be dealt wilb tc
cording to 1 it.
Iese Speakuiuu, William Keccli,
M. O. Farra, Is.tae Ferguson,
Mark J. McGaw. Joseph Nipple.
Humphrey & Mc'juiitr, Dnvid I'argilJ,
Julin M . l.iMuiis,
Jacob Y eager.
Thomis 1 Dinim,
John 8. Cargill.
John M. Ilibbs,
.lull u Yarner.
JnSn ii. Fergus. ii,
John T. Li-nim,
Joseph J. t'nsiles,
f.enrge T. Fr-y,
Rufus M. Ford
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
a4-i It lv t hv ! 1'rw Ms Mai v ur mtUl in : lib
(" rr! Will not . -rrs4. Kt; :- rlttrn
wit H one IVMiifiitkl Vl!l oiilrnrMilMn
N H!.l M,V BV I wnd rr ihle
N fnoit auv rifrftM' t-ria turn rr-stllje
2tlt prfsconth. J'rAt o rrZrfrtiit.!
''roiUiiie tVn. Irnlil tvtNtrm, iH
. ;: ft- Mics cvltc Wsea,
Ma irjfa cturtnT."
Aseats. Pitts'.iii. Pa.
O IVn hnp minv litillnti-Mr tn lnC-.
r rlr n nilif r. Kitv nni. the vrmn.nv HH'- '
- TV l'K-sMr'vtKf iitl 4.miM.Nv. InscrH
tinj for civ year hm. Tovrti. i'mmnty, u
Ml ult, plulnl rrli,n, rtWr will Mraet
Manhood: How Lost, Urn Restored
Just published, a new edition ol
for. CaiisrrwaW Celrl.rnted A'wiy
on the radical cure without medi-
citie) of 'rF.RMATDRRiiiKA. or .Soni'nal Weak
ness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Impotkx
cy. Mentai and I'hysical Incapacity. Impe li
meuts to Marriage, etc, also. CtCistrn prion.
Epilkpst, and Fits, induced by stir-indulgence
or sexual extravagance
8i.Price, in sealed envelope, only 0 els.
The celebrated author, in this admirable
essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty
years' successful practice, that the alarming
consequences of self abuse m ay be radically
cured without 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 wh"t his cuudition
may be, may cure himself cheaply, psvately,
BSs-This Lecture should be 'tk the hands
of every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, te
any address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents,
or two post stamps. Also, Dr. Curverwell's
"Marriage Guide," price 25 cenls. Address
Cms. J. C. KM & Co..
127 Bowery, New York, Fast-Office Box 4,586.
EMPLOYMENT HI KKAU
Young lien's Christian Association,
Office. 123 South 7th St.. Philadelphia,
Between Chestnut t Walnut.
If you wish to hire labor of any kind,
write and tell us just the help yon want.
The wages you will pay. The best, and
cheapest way to reaeh your place, and if far
fron. Philadelphia, you had better c!ose
Railroad fare. We will do our best t serve
you and give you all the information we can
about the person we send. Our desire is c
assist the worthy, and no charges to either
Sup't Employment Bureau,
12S South 7th Street, Philada.
IX QUAXTITIES TO SUIT
families a.d i)i;u,i:its,
F. C. CRAIGHEAD.
1F VOL' WANT XEAT
POSTERS & KLAXKS.
v fri v
OF THE M AGE!
Pa temteo December 7T:i, 1S69.
i CALL AT THE SLXTIXEL OFFICE
N A T 1 0 X A L H 6 t K
IIKAR A ll.VMAKEK, Pro,irt0r,
STATE CAPITOL HOTEL, near th.T"
tol Buildings. !
t.Terms as moderate as any Hotel ia th,
"7" w;j. 6.TH0MPS0.N, Proprietor
31 3i8 NORTH THIRD STREET
VHO. ZF.ILI.EV, Proprietor.
'loo J accommodations for all wLo
him with a call.
First -Class l.ivrry and Sale slnhie
HOLIHMI OH UCRSKS, ATTACHED To HOTll '
MIFFLIXTOTTX, JUNIATA CO., pA
SIMUS II. ALBKICilT, Proprietor.
Rooms large and comfoitaMc the XiM
wir plied wiih the best the market aj.,ri3?
Stabling large and excellent Rar c.inst-.MI'y
supplied wiih the eh..i.trst win..., and li,,0,L
no pains will be spared to please pu.-s's
Charges mo-Jurate. A liberal share of pnVi-patrora-e
is solicited. ' ji7, 71
bellp:foxtk. i exxv.
D. J0HNST0U & SOUS, Proprietors.
The Broekerhoff House" has recentlvheen
refitted and otherwise greatly iniLiove'l. and
is tfnw under the proprietorship f ((. Jl,n
slon Sons, formerly of the Leonard llo-;se"'
in Oarfield I'ersons visions Hrllefonte on
business or pleasure will find this a conve
nient and pleasant place to stop fit, ;,,
lo ui)'l from the lejol.
Nov I, 1HT1.
UNIT E I) STATES HOT K L,
OPI OSITK PA R. R. DEP11T,
KM.M1XCKK Jfc CO., riir.iTtiET.iRs.
Trle;raj!i ()flic hi Ilnt.-l.
ang 1. !Hr.'.i-y.
I AI t Iv 1 1 I7S1
RKEISVIl.LF., MIFFLIN i n , I'.
JIAVIEI I. RH K. .ro:rir.or.
The undersigned respectfully calls the ai-
renliim of the public to the fact that lie 1ms
least J lhe hotel properly in Kerdsville. f.ir
nerly occupied by .Aaron Shoop. and is pre
pared lo acciiiiiiiiid.-ie .strangers and frael.
rs. He will spare no means to anke ilie
ilotel unexceptionable in every panicular.
tie will exercise a pi rsonal supervisiitn over
his l'.ar. Table and Stable. He rpectfnlly
solicits a share of the patronage of i he public.
V III 1 RICK.
Reedsville. April 10,
rills IKiTKI. IS Pl.KAti tXTI.Y SITIMTED
O.H Til K SOI.TI! SlllE iF
li A C E S T It E E T,
A FEW DoortM AMOVE TllliSH.
I T S (" fc X T i: A L I. ) C A 1. 1 T Y
Wak's il particularly desirable fo per.ins
filling the t'ily on hnsinessur pleasnre
A. I5KCK, I'ltorR FETOR.
Formerly nf the Stales L'uiifit Ilittl.
ang IS, IHijn.ly.
COAL AND LUMBER YARD.
j ""pilR undersigned begs leave to inform the--L
politic that he keeps eonsMallv nu hanl
a lsi ge stork of
C l!ll Slllil TiiiiiIxm-.
His stock embraces in part,
STOVE COAL. SMITH COAL. AVD LIMK
Rl'RNEIW CO A L,
At the Lore! C'anh Hate.
Lumber of all kinds and quality, such as
Wh te Tine Dank. 2 inches llik-fc,
White Vine Hoards. U inches thick.
White Tine lurds. 1 im li thick.
While I'ine KurJs .1 inch thick.
White 1'ii'e Worked Flnorini;.
lIemlo"k lizards. Scaniling.
Joist", Rnofrng Lath. I'laMeriug
Lath. Shingles, Strippiii;;,
Sash and Doors.
Coal aad Lumber Deliveirtf nt Short
Persons on the east side of the river
can be furnished wiih Limhiirncr's Coal, c.
frum lhe Coal-yard at the Lock above MilHin
Tattersnn, June 1 1, '71.
liinfsell Combined Clover Thresher
q-'niS MACHINE THRESHES, SEPA
J. ratks. Hulls and Cleans Clover See l at
one operation; capacity rnnging from 20 to
oil bust els per day, according to yield of
seed. After the Clover is fed into the Thresh
ing Cylinder, ike seed coutained therein is
deposited into a bag or measure at the side
of the Machine.
ITo Eehandling of Chaff or Tailings.
An elevator conveys the unhulicd chafT
hack to the 11CLLER HOl'PER, and an ex
tra Elevator conveys the light seed, 4c, back
to the Fanning Mill.
2000 mow tn k throughout the UVited
Slates and Canad is.
Awarded first Prealam at 75 State Fairs
Send for"CLfvr.R Lr r" and Colore ! En
graving, which give complete description.
lSltb-KLL M l.M MTt SINC ,
Home Factory, South Demi. In I.
An Agent wanted in Juaiata coun'r.
10AL. Lumber, Fish, Salt, an l all kind
V- of Merthundise for sa!. Cbrsinut Oait
Bark, Railroad Ties, all kinds of Grain and
Seeds bought at the highest market prices in
cash or exchanged for lurrchandise, en!,
lumber. It st., to suit customers. 1 am pre
pared lo furnish to builders tills of lumbr
just as wanted and on short nut ice. of ei'her
; oak or yellow pine lumber.
Jan I Tort Royal, Juniata Co., P-
Large assortment of Queea
ware. jlaswi4re. Croekrrvwaie.
ware, ic , for sale rhiap by
MARTIN 4. WALTERS-