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fTEDSESUAl MORKINOAX. 10. 1872.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
after Sunday, Nor. 12, 1871, Ptwipr
trains will leave Mifflin Station m follow :
Pkikdalphia xpiM.. 12,50 A. M
fut Line 2,22 A. M.
Pac Exp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M.
Uarrssb'g Accomtnoda'o 11,23 A. H.
Mad Train 5,23 P.M.
Cincinnati Express 8,50 P. M.
Southern Expreta. 2.31 A. M.
Through PasMnger 4,53 A. M.
Pacific Expres 5,56 A. M.
Way Passenger 9,44 A. M.
Cincinnati Exprers 12.2G P. M.
Mail Train 3,27 P. M
Fast Line .. 6.26 P. M.
Mixed Train 8.15 P. M
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
OUNBCRV 4 LEW1STOWN RAILROAD.
O Oa and after Friday, loe. 1. 1871, trains
will run on tbeSunbury and Le wist own Rail
road ai follows :
WESTWARD. STATIONS. RASTWAHD.
Mixed. Mail. Mail. Mixei.
A. U. A. M. r. M. A. H
11.40 C.30 Sunbury 3.36 10.30
12.00 6 SO Selinsgrove 3.15 9.59
12.21 G.06 Pawling 3 0O 9.40
12 82 7.18 Kreamer 2.49 9.29
12.38 7.22 Meiser'i 2.43 9.23
1263 7.87 Middleburg 2.28 9.08
1.08 7.62 Denfer 2 13 8 53
1.81 8.10 Beavertowa 1.C2 8.30
142 8.20 AJumnburg 1.42 8.20
2.13 8.45 MeClure 1.17 7 64
2.36 .'! Wagner 1.00 7.30
2.42 909 Shindle 12.66 7.30
"J.67 9.21 Painter 12 45 7.18
3.10 9.31 Maitland 12.36 7 08
3.32 9.49 Lewiatown 11.20 6.60
3.42r.n.9.&8 LewistownJn 11.10 0.25
Trains connect with Way Passenger and
MaU trains west, and Harrisburg Accommo
dation and Mail trains east at Lewiatown,
and north and south at Sunbury.
WM. H. BROWN. Supt.
TOWN AND COl'NTKY.
John 11. Gouch will lecture at Tyrone
on January 30th.
Tyrone LousU of a man that can eat
150 oyistrrs at one pitting
A Railroad connecting Leu istoan j
and Kellefotite, across the ceven Moun
tains, is talked of.
This is the "week of prayer'' Ser
vices iu all the churches of this borough
A lESl'ATril from London says that
S,0u0 pentms died of small pox, in that
city, during the past year.
A smart fillow says: The most I
, 1.1111 '
t'leasant kind of Iitiebatidry is there-,
.,.,, . !
xuoring of a widow weeds. i
An old bachelor, who ought to be
ducked in the river, Jays: fc'otne girls I
are like old niitfketd : tuey ue
they ue a good ;
deal of powdir but, won't go off.
There Lave been eighteen hundred
and seventy nine dealbs by small pox,
in Philadelphia, within the pa.-: six
Who is Kureka ? Answer Eureka
is au educated, intelligent, unmarried
Young lady, wl! known to the people of
Miflliu and vicinity.
44 Com rt usury education" is a topic
for Ulk jtwt now. Head Professor
Wickeisham's views, as given on our edi
I Mr. Johu llostetter, of Perry county,
was killed near Newport, on the 2ud inst.
while attempting to cross the railroad in
front of au approaching train of cars
y'o.N the night before Christmas some
f .Tlow stole a sick turkey from the Bed
ford House, at Bedford. It is believed
that the thief had a heavy roast.
Fob chapped bauds; rnb the hands well
Wflh goose grease at night ; wear gloves
while iu bed, in tbe morning wash the
grease off, rub on a little glycerine Ex
Mr. David Watts retired from the
County Treasury, at the close of last
week, leaviug the county out of debt.
Mr. Laird assumed control of the Coun
Mrs Jane A. McCrum, wife of E. 13.
McCrum, Esq , of the Altoona Tribune,
died on the 30th ult., of consumption
Mr. McCrum has our sympathy iu his
Wanted. Lewis R. Rhoads, of Phoe
bixville, has arrived at John A. Galla
lier's, in Walker township, and desires to
purchase two car loads of cattle. Farm
ers having cattle to sell would do well to
let him know.
The young ladies iua town iu Indiana
have organized au anti tobacco chewing
society. They are pledged to not kiss a
young man who chews tobacco. Tobacco
chewing has gone out of fashion in that
Samuel lUffonsberger, of Perry coun
ty, was charged with rape. Ue was so
effected by the 'charge that when the
constable sought Lira at his blacksmith
shop he stepped behind the shop and cut
his throat with a razor.
Some days ago a New Jersey sheriff
went to serve an attachment ou Charles
IL Burroughs, who lived alone. lie was
found sitting in a chair frozen stiff. It
is believed that be took poison before
Some days ago Henry McFerren, of
Bedford, met with a singular death. He
went out rabbit liun ting. Before doing
fro, he placed a loaded revolver iu a side
pocket of bis coat. A rabbit was holed
ia a stone pile. While io the act of dig-
flnnnr it nttt -fl.A M,v,lfDr fH fmm tlm !
pocket ou to the stones and was dis-j This remedy should have the widest pub
charged. A ball entered Mr. MeFerrea's lieity. It inexpensive, and if it should
abdomen and pawed upwards causing I fail to tffect a cure in any case it cettam-iusia-jt
dea'.b. ' ly caa do no barm. Ex-
Worthy or Notk.Ah exchange
says there is scarcely a Jay pane that
we do not hear, either from person com
ing into oar office or in tone other way,
of the uccet of Johnson' Anodyne Lini
ment in the care of conghs and cold, so
prevalent about town jnit now.
An exchange gives the following as a
cure for small-pox : Sulphate of tine,
one grain; fox glove (d'gilalit) one
grain ; half a teapoonful of sugar ; mix
with two tableapoonfnls of water. Take
a teaspoonful every hour. This rem
I edy, it is p03ii!cely asserted, will cause
! small pox or scarlet fever to disappear in
I twelve hours.
Assignees' Salr II. fl. Grotiingcr
and C. B. Horning, Assignees of George
Goshen, will soil at public sale, at the
residence of Mr. Goshen in Patterson, on
Wednesday, January 17th, one horse, 4
head of fat cattle, 3 head of hogs, farm
ing implements, locust posts, doors, sash,
coff., spices, ic.
Also, on Thursday, Jan. 1S:L, at the
coal-yard and grocery above M ifflin, 200
tons of coal, lot of shingles, tiding, oak
lumber, grocetirs, boots, shoes, buckets,
Sic. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock each
day. A credit of 3 months will be given
on all sums over five dollars See hand
F.O K. andkrsu.v, com in ins
carora Valley, Jnniaca county, now a
resident of Tituaville, has given to the
Ladies Home Relief Association of that
city the use of a commodious two-story
house and twenty acres of ground free
of expense for one year, for hospital pur
poses, and oflVns in addition, if more
room should be required, to put up a
temporary builling or addition to the
house, without charge. Beside this, he
promise? the Association that if, during
the year, they find themselves prepared
to erect a permanent hospital, he will
furniah (be grouu! or donate $2,500 for
that olj ct, as the society may choose.
This liberal off. r was accepted, and "a
vote f hearty thanks pa.-sedli
jyCiiARLiB Cl tler, a boy aged about
12 years, lost his I If - - on Tuesday of last
I week, at Freedom, in nobly attempting
j to rescue another boy from drowning.
They had been on the dam skating, and
subsequently tbpy commenced running
and sliding, during which a boy named
'arker broke in and sank, but in rising
iilit linl.4 r,f ili tiili in lliirt
f ., , . .
position j'oung iuikt went mj uts iwcue,
, ., , , , . .. , .
and either slipped or lost Lis t-alauce,
, . . , , , , . ,
plunging into the water, aud before aid
came was liftlwu. lie is said to have
been a remarkably quiet and well behav-
ed boy, we ll thought of by everybody,
I and the entire community there sjmpa
i tbize with the bereaved family in the sad
I niissfortune which has overtaken them.
; Lfuritloirn Uaelt,
Accidental Shooti.mu Oa Satur
day, the 23d ult , a number of boys of
Canoe Valley, were out rabbit hunting.
Having chased one into a stone pile, one
of the boys, a youth of sixteeu, named
Johu Bowman, i.i the employ of Mr. P.
K. Haniittb, commenced digging it out.
Another boy, named Focht, laid bis gun
on the ground behind Bowman, who told
him to take it away. Focht took up the
gun, but in doing so, accidentally dis
charged the load, which struck Bowman,
entering his hips aud lodging in his ad
doiiien. The gun was heavily charged
with buck shot. Tbe boy managed to
walk to his father's house, a mile dis
taut, but at once went to bed, suffering
terribly from internal hemorrage The
services of physicians were of no avail,
aud on tbe following Tuesday death re
lieved tbe unfortunate young man of his
sufferings. II tut'ngd'm Journal.
Born. on. Boys, when they are boys
are queer enough. How many redicu
lous notions they have, and what singu
lar desires, which in after life change
and shape themselves into characteristics.
Who remembers when be would have
sold his birth-right for a rocking horse
and his new suit of clothes for a mon
key 7 Who forgets the sweet faced girl,
older than himself, against whose golden
hair he leaned and wept his griefs away ?
Who recollects when the thoughts of be
ing a circus rider appeared greater than
to be the President ; and how jealously
he watched the little fellows that wore
spangled jackets and turned somersets,
and prayed to become like them! If
memory preserve not these caprices, or
something similar, the boy is lost in the
man. Happy visions 1 they come but
once and g quickly, leaving us ever to
sigh for a return of what can never be.
Accounts of speedy and effectual
cures of cancer by tbe use of clover tea
continue to reach us from all directions.
Fiom Brooks county, Ga a responsible
gentleman writes to the Knoxville (Ten )
Wliig, giving the case of a lady who had
been afflicted for eighteen years with a
cancer which had resisted the efforts of
the best medical aid to effect a cure or
even alleviation of the disease. The
cancer had attacked her on the right
cheek, just below the eye, aud had eaten
pretty much all that side of her face, to
gether wiih the eye and the greatest por
tion of her nose. This lady has been
completely cured iu a few mouths by the
use of elover tea. The red clover is
used ; the tops are boiled in water, and
the tea is used externally and iuternally.
About a quart a day should be drank, and
the tea used as a wash twice every day
' Did you prevent your account to the
defendant V asked a lawyer of his client.
-I did sir
"And what did he say !"
"fie told me to go to the devil."
"And what did you do then T"
"Why, I came to you."
TlOSSIXOEB BARTON On the 4th inst.,
by Rev, D. M. Blaekwelder, Mr. fa. Hos
inger and Miss Eliia J. Barton, ' both of
BOWERS STOSER On the 4th iosL, by
the same, Mr. John W. Bowers and Mrs.
Susannah St oner, both of Eermanagh town
ship. McCAULAV SIEBER On the 9c li inst..
by the same, Mr. George W. McCaulay, of
Derry twp., Mifflin eonnty. and Miss Mary A,
Staber, of Walker twp., Juniata ounty.
MOO.NET On the 4th inst., in Milford
township, Mr. John Mooney, aged 74 years,
and 19 days.
Farewell, dearest father.
We feel thou art gone.
We hare eorered thy grave with the sod ;
May (he One tlinu didst love
Never leave us alone.
Till we meet in the presence of Ood.
J. M. M.
FINANCIAL AUD COMMERCIAL -
40 So. 3d St. Phila,
3 o'clock, p. m. Jan. 9, 1872.
Sew U. S. 5-s of 1881 1101U0
U. 8. 6's of '81 115ill5
'65 110 (SillOJ
" " 'OS, new llllllj
'67. new . 110j(S110J
" 5'i.IMO'i lOOJQliyj
U. S. 30 Year 6 per cent.Cy 116(rt)U6J
Gold 109 110
Silver, 107 '.08J
Union Paeifio K. K. 1st M. Bonds.. 90J 91
Central I'acific'R. K 101 (101
Union Pacific Land Grant Bonds.. 79J 80
II IFF LIN TOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Johiata Sextixkl
by the Board of Commerce of Mifllin and Pat
terson. Butler B 25
Eggs. 1 doi 80
Lard, V lb 8
Country Soap 8
Wool, washed 50
Poultry, live ... 8
Dried Apples 8
" Peaches, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared 15
" Cherries, pitted . 20
" Blackberries 8
' Raspberries " 2u
Country Hums - 17
Sides and Shoulders 10
Potatoes, $ bus 40
Onions " - 75
0 round Al.-m Salt, sack 1 25
Railroad Ties 50'
Locust Po!tR, mortising 33
" 44 for board fence.. 15
D. K. SCLOUFF'S PRICES CURRENT.
White Wheat, j) bns $ 38
Red Wheat, " - 1 82
Cloverseed . C 15
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, V ton $5 75
Xut " 4 75
Pea " " 3 25
Bituminous" " - 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4, V 10 K) ft $24 00
5-S, " 16 00
' 8 4, " : 25 00
" 6-1, " 28OUto4000
Hemlock Frame, " 1700to2000
Boards. ' 1800to2000
Whilepiue worked Flooring 28 00
Germab Siding 28 00
Panel Doors 1 75 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10. "1 window 65
9x12. ' 75
" 10x12, " 80
" 10x11, " 90
Philadelphia, Jan. 9, 1872.
Flocb The market was very quiet to-day
but prices are qnotably the ei;me. Tbe de
mand is mostly to supply tbe wants of the
home consumers, whose purchases foot up
lOXI barrels including- -
Superfine $5 255 75
Extras $i 0O6 60
N. W. Extra Family $7 2o(ot8 50
Ohio & Ind. do. do $7 00(7 60
Penna. do. do. .. ..... $7 00(7 60
Fancy Brands.. $8 008 75
Geiis The tone of the Wheat market is
decidedly firm, and fair demand prevails for
priire lots; sales of 8000 bush good and
prime Penn red at $1 61al 61 and 400 bus
Western amber at 1 65. Rye may be quoted
at 88a90c. Corn is in better request ; sales
200a buh dry Delaware yellow at C9o ;
204) buh of damp do. do. at 68c ; 2,000
bush of Western high-mixed at 73c. Oats
are without essential ehrnga; 1,400 bnsh
Western white sold at 64c ; and 2,500 bush
Western miqed at 52c.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Mosdat, Jan. 8 P. M.
Cows and Calvas were excessively dull,
and prices had a downward tendency, sales
of springers at 30a50 and fresh cows at
$45a65 ; receipts, 250 head.
Sheep met a moderate demand and full
figures were oltaioed. The offering were
light ; sales of fair and prime at 6a7o and'
lambs at 6Ja7c ; receipts, 14,030 head.
Hogs attracted considerable attention and
with light receipts and offerings prices fa
vored buyers ; sales of corn-fed at 7a7.50
per 1000 lbs net ; leceipls, 6,100 head.
BEEr Cattle There was not much vitality
this morning in the market for Beef Cattle,
and prices though quotably unchanged, had
a downward tendency. Tbe receipts were
quite libenal, in tbe aggregate reaching 2,
200 head, and many, at the close of the day's
business, remained in tbe pens nnsold.- We
quote extra at 8a8c choioe at 7a7e fair to
good at 6ja 6Je and common at 4a6e lb,
SEALED PKOPOSALS will be received at
the Commissioners' Office, in Mifflintown,
up to 12 o'clock an FRIDAY, JANUARY 19,
1872, for the building of a Bridge over the
little Cocolatnua Creek, at Castle's Fording,
in Greenwood township, Juniata county.
Plan and specifications can be seen at the
Commissioners' Office from tha 25th of Dee.
1871, up to the day of letting.
By order of the Commissioners.
JOS. AIIDDAGH, Clerk.
Deo. 20, 1871..
ALL KINDS OF BLANK WORK, Ac,dono
at this Office in the neatest manner and
ai low prices.
LARGE stock of Ready-mad Clothing for
sale by HARLEY 4 CO-
FREE TO BOOK AGENTS.
- We will tend a handsome prospottas of oar
Xem IlbutnUd Family Bible, containing OTfT
fine fcriplure Illustrations, to any Book
Afent, free of charge. Actional PublUkimg
Co.. Philn , Pa . .. . t
Boots and Shoes Made With
Cable Wire Screw.
Will not Rip or Leak.
Great Chance to Hake Xoney.
Ry Taking an ageney for TIE BOSK V
COB'S PEOPLE. The moat sueeessfnl new
book our, nearly 20-) magnificent engravings.
One agent took 111 orders in ten days, others
art doing equally as welL t,Sw0 Dollars
per annum can be made by any male or fe
male agent taking orders for this popular
work. The best ehanee to make money of
fered. Send for circulars with terms, eta.
Extra large inducements offered. Address
WORTUINGTOX, DUSTIX & CO.,
The Great Fires
In CHICAGO and the WEST by Rev. E. J.
Goodspeed, D. V., of Chicago Only com
plete history. 700 8vo. pages ; 60 engrav
ings. 70.000 already sold. Price $2.50.
2010 agents made in 20 days. Profits go to
sufferers. 1GEITS W1ITE.
II. 8 GOODSPEED & CO.,
37 Park Vow, New York.
BRIGGS & BROTHER'S
Catalog of Flower and Vegetable
Summer Flowering Bulbs, for 1872 ;
Now ready. Consisting of over 130 pages,
on rose tinted paper, with upwards of 400
separate cuts, 81s Bcaatlfal C lor! Plates.
Cover, a beautiful design, in colors. Tbe
richest Catalogue ever published. Send 25
cents for copy, not one-half tbe value of the
colored plates. In the tint order, amounting
to not less than $1, tbe price of Catalogue,
25c, will be refunded iu seeds. New cus
tomers placed on the same footing with old.
Free to old customers. Quality of seeds,
size of packets, prices and premiums offered,
make it to the advantage of all to purchase
from us. See Catalogue for extraordinary
You will miss it if you do not see our Cat
alogue before ordering Seeds.
Either of our two Chromes for 1872, size
19x24 one a flower plate of Bulbous Plants,
consisting of Lilies. 4c. the other of An
nual, Biennial and l crcumal 1 .ants, guaran
Most Elegant Floral Chromos
ever issued in this country. A superb par
lor ornament ; mailed, post-paid, on receipt
of 75c. ; also free, on conditions specified in
BRICCS A BROTHER,
EttallUhed 1 845. Rocbest er, N. V.
AfTITE 1CESTS to sell the Fiukle and Lyon
.Manufacturing Co s Improved ew family
General Office for Pennsylvania, New Jer
sey aud Delaware,
. mi Chestnut St., Fni!n.
J. L. Febqi'sou, Manager.
Will be given one or two persons, of either
sex. in MiFFLlit and adjoining towns, by
wbicu ihey may realize from i-i H) tci il(KK) a
year, with but little interferedce with 'ordi
nary occupation, in selling HOUSK"
HOLD ARTICLES of real
merit and universal use. If the whole tine
is devoted a much larger sum may be realized
Circulars free, giving complete list of arti
cles and commissions allowed. T. S. COOK
& CO., Hoboken, N. J.
Columbia Fire Insurance Company
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
S. S. Detwiler, Prest. I Robt. Cbake
H. Wilsor, Vice-Pres't I Wm.'Tattos.
Heeb't Thomas, Treas. I Jas SniaoEPER.
J. F. FacEAvrr, Sec y. J. S. Stsixe.
J. It. Bacumae. I M. M. Svbickleb.
0eo. Boole R. T. Rtox.
For Insurance or Agencies, address
J. F. rtUEUFF, See', Calaabla, Pa.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Fast as Long: again as any
AGENTS WANTED. Agents make more
money at work for us than at anything
else. Business light and permanent. Par
ticulars free. G. Stinsoe & Co., fine An
Publuhert, Portland, Maine.
dfylOf; A MONTH ! Horse furnished.
O Expenses paid. II. B. 8HAW,
JS")fi 1 IT AND EXPENSES. Send
V w stamp to Xorellv Manufacturing Co.,
CANCERS. TUMORS, ULCERS.
Astonishing cures by Dra. Kline and Lind
ley. at the Philadelphia Cancer Institute, U31
Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa. At Branch offi
ces, by Dr. McMicbael, 84 Niagara St.. Buf
falo St., N. Y. ; and by Dr. Evarts, over 89
Genesee St., Auburn, $'. Y.
WONDERFUL, CANCEK ANTIDOTES
JVo Knife. JVo Cauetie Medicine. Xo Blood.
Little Pain. For particulate, call on or adJres
either of the abort.
IIPSTE.f CY. Yictin.8 of early indiscretion
self-abuse, causing nervous debility, pre
mature decay, Ac. will find a most effectual,
safe and permanent cire by addressing con
fidentially, Dr. WUNDER, Post Office, Phil
A LL persons are hereby cautioned against
A interfering in any way with tbe follow
ing properly : Four mules and 1 four-horse
wagon, now in my possession ; they have
imnlv tiM.fi 1 n.nfl in Jjitin Ilnat.il.. Jt . nf
Johnstown Janiata county. Pa.
Johnstown, Dec. 19, 1871-31
Notice of Election.
NOTICE is hereby given that an election
for officers for the Juniata County Agri
cultural 8ociety will be held at MeManigal's
Hotel, in Perrysrille, on FRIDAY, JANU
ARY 12th, 1872, between the hours of 1 and
4 o'clock r. x.
O. M. GRAHAM, Secretary.
Dec. 13, 1871-td
HECK & FASICK,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
East of Odd Fellows' New Halt, Bridge St,
George W. Heck and A. B. Fasick having
entered into a partnership, would respectfully
invite the citisens of Mifflintown and vicinity
who arc wanting BOOT8 and SHOES to give
them a call. Repairing promptly attended
to. Charges moderate. All work warranted.
Mifflintown, Nov. 15, 1871-tf
Piles instantly relieved and soon eared by
using Dr. Brigg's Pile Remedies. They re
duce incarnation, soothe the irritated parts,
and have proven a blessing to the afW'cted,
whether internal, external, bleeding or itch
ing piles. All kinds in all stages must yield
to the wonderful influence of these never
failing remedies. Sold by Druggists.
Bridge Street, Mifflintown.
TTTE, TnE UNDERSIGNED, WOUtP
" ' 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 eoun
ty, directly opposite our old stand previous
to the terrible fire of Dec. 31, 1870, on Bridge
Street, Mifflintown, where we purpose to con
tinue the business of
We have opened one of the finest, best and
cheapest stock of Goods every offered to the
public, embracing in fact almost everything
that the public can wish. Wo woald espe
cially invite the attention of all to our fine
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, Ac,
Black Australian Grape,
Black and Fancy Silks,
Black and Fancy Silk l'oplius.
Black aud Faucy Mohair,
Black and Fancy Alpaccas,
Black and Colored Striped Suitings,
Satin Striped Versailles Clotb,
Sotin Striped Lome Robes,
Silk Striped Moliair,
Silk Figured Sultana,
Brocade Japanees Silks,
French Serge Wool Plaid,
Scotch do. do. do.
Cord and Colored Velveteens,
English and French Chiutzcs,
Plaid India Twills,
Brocha, Thibet, Helena,
West Branch, Niagara, aod
Watervliet Long and Square
Shawls, iu Great Variety.
Black and Fancy Cloths,
Black and Faucy Cassimere,
Black aud Fancy Ermines.
Black und Fancy Tweed,
Black and Fancy Jeans,
Striped and Plaiu Lhie,
Striped and Plaiu Cottonade,
Striped and Plain Suitings,
Striped and Plain Marseilles,
Striped aud Plain Flannels,
Prints. Muslins, Sbeetrug,
Pillow Casings, Checks,
Linen, Cotton & Damask Table linens,
Cambric and Swiss Embroidery,
Piqna and Crochet Edgings,
Silk and White Cotton Fringes,
Kibbons, Velvet and Gimps,
Laces and Braids,
Ladies' Lasting Button and Lace Gaiters,
Ladies' Morocco Button and Lace do.
Ladies' Kid Lace Bals
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 and Pebble,
Misses' and Child's Croquet Slippers.
Men and Boys' Calf Boots,
Men and Boys' Gaiters,
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 Desirable
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 ia exchange
We only ask the public to give ns a call
and examine our stock, and compart prices
and quality. We defy competition.'
TILTEN & ESPEN8CHADE,
Bridge Street, Mifflintown.
Sect. 21, 1871.
DEALER IX EVERYTHING THAT
The public attention is also invited to his large- assortBirrB:o
AU persons who are in need of Spectacles will' find ' it' to their advantage to
call, as they will find the largest stock in the ronnty: to se!cr;t-from;- COM'B-,
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED" OF
VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS AND HARMON ICONS ; ALSO A SPLENDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR TifiE LADlST
With an mmenee stock of NOTIONS tf3 Scnvthing for everybody; young
and old, at the .....
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.-
& Stain r
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AN1 CAPiS
W00M WILLOW WAKE
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OIL CLOTHS, &CV &C.
V. If yon want to see an entire new
stock of Goods at Low Prices, -tlk at
HEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING,
JOHN F A U E I R A ,
718 ARCH Street. Middle of the Block, be
twcoswlh and 8ib, 8ls.. South Side,
Till LA DELPHI A.
Import er, Manofacrara ao4 Dealer in all'
kinds and quality of
FOR LADIES- AND CHILDREN'S
Having imported a very large and splendid
assortment of all the different kind of Furs
from first bands in Europe, and bare had
them m:idc up by the mort skillful workmen,
would recpi fully iaiite the readers of this
paper to call and examine his very large and
beautiful assortment or Pancy Fare, for I4a
ditt and ChilJrtnt. I am determined to sell at
as low price't at any other respectable House
ia this city. Alt t'urt warranted. Xo mie
rtpretentaiion to effect talei.
li Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Oct. 18," 1871-3 mos.
NEW DRUG STORE.
BANKS & HAMLIN,
Main Street, M'Jjlintoirit, Fa.
RCCS 1 HEIrtf RE3r
Chemicals, Dye Stuff,
Puwy, Coal OS,
Infants Brushes, Soaps,
Hair Brushes,. Tooth. Brushes.
Hair Oil, Tobacco,
LARGE VARIETY OF
selected with great care, and warranted from
Purest of WINES AND LIQUORS for Medi
-PRESCRIPTIONS componnded with
great eare. mal6'70-ly
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP
In Kevin's New Building on
BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN.
rpilE undersigned, late of the firm of Fa
1 sick A North, would respectfully an
nounce to the public that he has opened a
Boot and Shoe Shop in Major Nevin'a New
Building, oa Bridge street, Miff.ii.town, and
is prepared to manufacture, of the best ma
terial, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
GENTS', LADIES AND CHILDREN.
He aUo keeps oa hand a larce and well-
selected stock of
of all kinds, for men, women and children.
ALL WORK WAIRASTCn.
Give me a call, for I feel confident that 1
caa furnish you with any kind of work you
ce Repairing done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NORTH.
May 31, 1871.
F.tiatm af dhriatutm Remitriat. deemaaej
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testa.
. . v ...... e ci .
. Micwii j uu ins cbmw vi virniiH oea-
grist, late of Susquehanna township, Juni
ata eounty, deceased, have been granted to
the nnderfiened. All mmahi inrlhtjw1 t.
said estate are requested to make immediate
payment, ana inose Having claims will please
present them properly authenticated for set
tlement. PETER SEAGRIST, P . .
B. M. BCBB, j
Nov. 8, '71 6w
LIST OK LEADING ARTICLES & PRtCES''
reported weekly by C. ISA RUE Y,' op--po.'ife
the Tust Office, Mitflintowri,' Pa : :
Latd : 10
Cheese, Ohio ; ... 1
New York."..... 18
MuIimcs, Purto Uico, 'ijjt gal-...
' New Urlenns-.'.: u.
S.-rop, Honey Uec-
" Melted Sugar........ -
Sugar, Granulated '
Extra C .....
" Yellow C
Coffee, Rio, Choice.
" " Roisted ( Arouckles) '
Tea, Imperial, Finest .. '
RaisiLS, Yalcntia.-.: -
" Layers." .-
Currants .. '
R ice . . i-. ..'..'..
Soap, Eofs in. :;:; ..
Snh, C?tiendr "Alurw.-..
Mackerel. No. (new) J bbl
Brooms, No. I. .'
1 oOal 75
! " No. 3.1"..".".!!."..":.
j Tub's. Cellar I :
I Bitctrs, Painted, 2 hoops' ..
Slaw Cotters... ::.
I Tin Cup
j Tin Dish Pans
I Tin Cullendc';
Urn Wash Pans : .-
Tin Buckets ..."
Boots, Men's Calf :
" Kip ...
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting
Potatoes, I rich..
Sweet. 1 peck...
Coal 'Oil, V fwJlnn'--
Jeaf'CasIi paid for eggs.
I). K: SULOUFF ifc'CO!,.
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,).
calciied plaster; cEEjrT;&c;
The Highest Cash Prices Paid'
for all kinds of (train. -
LsiUlber. Coal, tVc, Sold' at liiV
Having boats of our own' we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, ic . cheaper than any
other partiVi' We tUerefore defy ' compel i-1'
tKYou can make n-sr.Vi by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Gbais will nr. ltr.rr.nr.n is stiibe to bb.
3li ht the IfT ir Jt'Nr, ltd.
P. S. 0;. gnuin U re't evaUd on'nien's"
Mifflintown, April 20,' 1871.
Horse and Guttla Fowilers;
Tliit prnrsHon, "nw n4 fiiflrMT
kQuwn, m ill Uitjroupfiiijr fr-invirornl
Hrokn down aUid low piritt htirfw-.
W itiy-Dirtiimtnir and clraas'nic ttm
sti'inx-h and iutesUn?s-
It i turv ntyTmivref all diw!
arsa in-tH nt tA tht anitnai. sucfa a LI -W '
FEVER. SrATEKf. YKI.I.W
WAT1 KB, HEAVKj. CoVtlHA, IfS
TEMPEK, KKVEiM, VOUS PKR,
LOSS OK APPfTITKAND V1T.,
ENERl.Y, Jtc. IU iznorort.9-
th wind, im:rt-M- tin: apitit
gives MinovKh aad'ltlVjr tkiii and
transforms thr Bw-embre krlrton J
satoaflM-lAonfrandSpiritrl hrirs. ;
To keepers of Cows US it pn-nrw
kti is invaftmMr. It ?urr p-
I Horn, etc It lias hyn prutm )r
lactaiil etprnRvrrt to twrrra th
uuiaotitr if milk and rmtm iwhik
iKcrreiit. an4 mnke th rM:tf'T flynt
and sweet. In attuninr rat Mr. is.
Ki them an apatite, loofcn thefr hid?, and m-iUs
!kesa tbrire much LsUrr.
Ta all dis-ues r-f rwln. jnrh Couc!t5.TVtri ia.
the Langs, Iavt, atc.thiw itrticleacta
as a sncciftc. Br DuUinaT from one-
half a paper ta a paper In a barrel 4 i
will theahovemMaies win a- eram
cated or entirelr preTentd. If jr. it en
in time, a certain preventive, and '
cure far tbe Ho Cliutera,
D.I FID E. FOUTZ, Proprietor,
For sale by Dntjwits awl PlwkMpm thmai-bonl
the I'Dittd litatn. Caoadu and Soi'Ui America
B. F. KEP.NER & SON. Agents. Mifflin
town, Pa- aug'.'li-ly
H9 DEAFNESS.' BLIXD.ES.S, aa.l r.
TAKKI1 tre.itel with the almost iiecr9 by
J. Ikiacs, M. V., nnj Professor of Ihteatee of
the bye and t'tr, hit priW'y ia the M'JicaL
College of Pennsylvania. 13 ptttre ri'erienee,
(formerly of Ley len, ll-)lian.l.) No. 8oil Arch
Street, Phila. Tetiaoial? ean be seen at
his otbeo. The muUical faculty are invited to
accompany their patients, an he has no secrets
in his praitioe. Artificial eyes inserte-I with
out paia. No charge lor examination.
IJ'OR SALE Three set of Cook Stove Pi
. terns, No. 7, ft, an4 9, Flasks and Follow
Boards, all complete, ky
SILAS 8 HA Mr.
IF YOU WANT JiEAT
SALE RII.LS PCaSTEHS & BLANKS,
CALL AT TOE SE.NTI.NEL OFFICE