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Letter From New. York.
! Ueluti i Hospital Medical College,
Editoe Skxtinkc: Dear S r. Yes-j
trrday was "merry Christmas." And.l
being a ! olid.iy with us, we cast about
tiow we might foetid it most pleasantly
and profitably. "Five Poiuts" wu sug
gested. And tli -re we wrnded our way
along Third avenue to. the JJowery,
and down Uowery to Worth St., through
throng of idle loungers and those, who
like ourselves, were soeiing where best
tbey. miht be entertained, passed show
windows, filled with gay and beautiful
holiday goods, aud peripatetic notion-
dealers, vending lUeir ware hy the way, i HOW TO TALK
Knd brer -Harden, filled wiih the flow- J , No 0,her UmiI( e,iains so much useful in-
ers of IWthtis wLo were bent on ' "(ruction on the subject as this. It teaclios
h, . r - ., .r ..a how to speak enireetly. elearlv, fluently, for-
av.ng a lea. t of p.r,l if not a "flow of j cibly eloquenlljr ,,, WccliTe,y i the shop
nul " Arriving at Worth St, (lately and in the drawing room. A Chairman's
..pened through to the Bowery,, we The chapter o .-Error Corrected '
' j is woreh the price of Ihc volume to every
e oj.pi d to take breath preparatory to . young man.
lescnidiog it. Foitunately we had to HOiV TO HE II AVE
j.o down it but a short distance. For it is To!s is a Manual of Etiquette, and it is be
.... . , , . , ' lieved to b I ho bet Manner Hook" ever
without pavement,., muddy, and covered , wrien. is , 8Un,UrJ worW on j00(1 Be.
l y all manner of filth, fonl ordors emi
I'stii g from every quarter. We present
cd ourselves at the office of the Five
Points mifei' n fch ol under the au
jiiecia of the M. K., church, and were
kindly shown into the school room where
kind-hearted ebgantly dressed ladieg!
;r( i;..f!m... IV ;Ut .J;
Mrs Skidemnre, a sister of Judge Pond,
if I have bee n rightly, informed ), and be- 1 3 Copies by mail, ; -nevolent
gentlemen were making readv i 5 Copies by eipress, -..
.1 ... ... . , .. ...... ;' : " Copies by express, -
ineir inii-unas reguvai lor tue "Utile ,
ones who form their flock. This was
about ten o'clock and they Lad been
working since six. They bad two large
Chri.tinas trees, one for the bnys, and
one for the girls, covered with gayly
nressed dulls, j'itnping-j.ckets, and toys
f aH kinds, and festooned with strings
of po; corn. They looked very pretty
indei d. The fUge behind was covered
with .presents of various kind,' provided
1 y kind and benificient friends. Long
before the appointed hour the children :
cmmeticed to gather around the door; I
and, to graty their curiosity some would'
elanilx-r tip to the windows to get a peep
of what was going on wilhiu.
At length all things are ready, the bell
rings and the boys tike their position at
one door, tne gu.s at ttie other, lue'
plana Dig'iis lo play (and by tue way
iliey use the piano in all their Sunduv
f-tboils here), aud they begin to march in i
but they are too full, they cannot keep
step, but they go to iheir Scats, and oh !
how their yes sparkle !
And, now they are quieted, some fa-,
miliar tune is played and they unite. iu
t-iugiiig the sweet prai.-es of Jesus. How i
t-weelly. with how much earnestness, and '
liow wtllthty fing They are led in)
prayer, and at the clote their voices go ;
up as oii'j in, ' Our Father" etc. j
The distiibution of the presents begins, j
Those w ho have been particularly well .
nenavea ana siuuious receive nve re
waid.4 but a present and sweet meats
are provided for all. As some fiue pres
ent, for instance a large and handsome
ly dressed doll, is brought in view their
feelings get the better of them and they
nursi. mil i:i a rounu o. apuiause mey t. , ., . i . i ... nil l
are quie.ed-bnt ever and anon the same j BinWli (. 011lline(I 11V(T llirCSllCr
ihing cecnrs. aud Srparator.
There were about five hundred "f'rpnn MACHINE THRESHES, PEPA
thm. They bad no doobt been looking : X utks. Hulls and Cleans ( lover Seed at
forward to the time with great expect one operation ; capacity ranging from 20 to
limie.- One poor woman told me her j 'oassU per day, according to yild of
i:ll .i:J t ,i, .L. i see l. Af er the ("lover is fed into Ihe Thrc.h-
eliMrett did not sleep any lue nijrnt t'e . ,. , , . . . , .,
. , , ., ,' ! ., . mi Cl:iil.r, the seed cnutuned therein is
tore. And while the distribution went j c.t ;ili0 a t;-.g or measure at the side
on the same woman burst into tears I of the Midline.
she had lost her only daughter dating j jj0 SAaiialillS of Chaff OT TailillSS.
the year she the "sweet singer of the , n c!rT:ltor c?nT,y, ,c nni.ullel chaff
school 15ut I Ctnnot tell you all. I must back to the UCLLEK HOPPElt, and an ex-
i . . i i .i .
b.isten arross tlie 1 ark to the r ive 1 oints :
House of Indnstry. This is an unde
nominational institution where children
ur .1.tli(! fnA trmi ,it oAtlttntnA
. j' : . ' .1 i' i c i i layarde first Premlnm at 73 State Fairs
e- passed into the chapel a tine large j fjlice Hoi;
room neatly furnished, with slightly) Send for '"Clovrr Lavr"' and Colored En
raised platform and one end, mi which graving, which give complete di scription.
were arranged seats for the children, in ! B:sd.ell MAScrAen nixc Co ,
amphilheatre style. The room was deco ! 4 Maufactmcrs,
rated with evergreen, and a large beauti ; . , "l;irrisburg, T.
, gi . ! Home Factory, South Bend, Ind.
nil Christmas tree graced one comer. . .... .. ..
, . . . j . . ..... .. I An Agent wauted in J annua county.
We l ad been seated but a little time . ..r, ,B',
. ... i. . . 1 Aug aJ, to l-oul
w hen we heard the well known sound, :
outside, produced by a number of per
time. The ,-iano struck p
iblo strp and Ibey came :
a kind of don
marching in single file, close order, keep
ing the most perfect time, aud moving go
smoothly that we scarce perceived they
moved at all. They marched to their places; :
at a given signal they front face, at another
they sat down; again, and every Land was
tip raised and 1 clasped and every bead .
Lowed and they united in the Lord s
Prayer. But it were loo long to tell yon '
all iu detail, suffice it to say tht'ir exer-1
cise. consisted of recitation, singing j
clees. anthems, hymns, etc., and cans-,
tbenics. They sang elegantly, their re
citations were iu perfect unison, and
their calisthenics were admirable. With j
lucir mouths, tect, and hands they gave !
a very fair imitatiou of a thunderstorm. !
After these exercises they mtrcbed to !
the supper story where was prepared for I
them and ample and good dinner. At.j
given sigmil they face the table, another ;
Lauds raised, Leads bowed, aud in unison ,
they asked a blessing, at auolher signal
Leads were up and hands down, and at
the next All hands went to work on the j
good things deposited on their plates It
would Lave doue you good to have seen
them, some were eo small their heads
barely came above the tabic. '
My letter is growing loug, and I have
not told you half. I may tell you in a
future letter some more of the interesting
history of these iustitutions, and of the
quarter of the city in which they are
What I have imperfectly described
above is but a counterpart of what was
enacted, or will be, during the week,
ia all the mission, and many of the home,
rundav-schools in the city. It cosu an
immense amount of money. One missiou j
school that I know of requires at least
.. , jiu.
fcve thousand dollars to meet its expenses j
One word. more. If any of your read-;
rrs would like to help on the good work, !
which i cramped for want ot means, I
can assure them that any money or cloth
injr sent to the Five Points House of In
dustry will be judiciously and econom-, . Large ortment of Queensware, China
ically expended. J wre. Glassware, Crockery wai-e, Cedar-
Very respectfully yours, i ware, &c, for sale chsap ty
Thomas A. Elueb. MARTl.f i MrALTERS.
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' ' This work in fjiir parts embraces ju
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have. It will aid in attaining if it does not
I insure, "success." It contain gome 000
j pages, elegantly bound, and is divided into
four parts, as follows :
IIOW TO WRITE. .
An a Manual of Letter-Writing and Com
position, it is far superior to I lie common
'Letter-Writers. " It leeches the inexpe
rienced Low to write all kinds of Letters,
Notes and Card", an 1 Newspsper Articles,
and bow to Correct Proof fur Ibe Tress.
IIOW TO UO BI SINESS.
Indispensable in I lit Counting room, in Hie
Store, in the Shop, on lie Farm, fur the
Clerk, the Apprentice, the Book Agent, and
fnr Business Men. It tenches how lo choose
a pursuit, and how to follow it with success.
,'It teaches how to get rich houcstly," and
w to use your riches wr-cly.
We offer the book at the following
j CLUB KATES
t rvr, i.. n..;i
- ' $.co
- . $8 75
15 c0pjeg by express, -
20 Copies or more by express at $1.85 per
copy and an extra copy to the Agent.
All orders should he addressed to
S. B. WEILS. Publisher.
S89 Broadway. N. Y.
Not. 15, 1871-2m
J O It W O 11 IC.
TUE REAI1KBS OF THIS PATER SHOULD
! NOT FAIL TO
i CALL AT TIIK SKNTIXKL OFFICIJ
TIIKY I1AVK JOB WORK TO DO
WE ARE 1'RKPARKD TO
E X E C I T E ALL ORDERS
BILLS, BLANKS,, &c, 4c,
AT SHORT NOTICE,
.XD AT .MUCH LOW Ell TERMS
II K E T 0 F O II E OFF E li E D
TO TUK CITIKNS OF
J V X 1 A T A CO U X T Y .
tra Elevator conveys the light seed, &c , back
tA , t. r.nii in . Mill
' 2000 nw In nse throughont the United ;
i Slater and fanada. '
OH, Paillt ft Vamisll,
WHITE LEAD, KE1) LEAD,
rifT rvTJ fTk "D A TITT'C TV fXTT
WlAJSilAJ r Alii 1 0 IU UJXi
BURNT UMBER, RAW UMBER,
(JHROME GREEN, PARIS GREEN,
(JHB02IE YELLOW, SHOP BLACZ,
PrUSSjarl Pp THM BlacK',
7 1 '
Paint Brushes, Varnish Brushes,
WHITEWASH BRUSHES, SASH BRUSHES
Whiting and Roe in by the Barrel,
c t i in l l
koapS, JapUll DrVCr, W IlltC amisll
Ccnttrated Lye. BabWtt's Potash,
w"5""'"'' i 6i
1'ntt.v 3tul GIuhm
The above goods, with a large variety of
URUGS "d rATEXT MEDICINES, always
on hand at the
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
Ifcff Glass cut to any rize desired.
Dr P. C. UU.NDIO.
Juiy 12, 1871-tf
Bally to the Place where yon can buy
your Wall Paper Cheap.
rr,HE undersigned tnke this method of in
X forming the public tbat he has just re
ceived at his residence on Third Street, Mif
flintown, a large assortment of
of various styles, which he offers for sale
CHEAPER than ean be purchased elsewhere
in the county. All persons in need of the
sboTe nd wi9njng ;o ssTe mon(y e
iayltfa to call and esamine his stock and
hear his prices before going elsewhere.
S,Large supply constantly on loana
Mifflintown, April S, 1871-tf
SPEC:IE PRICES! '
: if:.- v-i '
EXTRAORDINARY REDUCTION IN THE
TR1CEE OF GOUDS.
Patterson, Juniata Co.. Pa.
The undersigned beg leave to state, tbat
they have pnrchased from J. B. M. Todd, his
entire stock of goods, and will in Ibe future
conduct the merchantile business at the Old
Stand, in the borough ot Patterson, Juniata
county, IV, where Ihey shall endeavor to
keep constantly on land a full and complete
LADIKS' JJliESS GOODS, CONSIST
HATS AND CAPS.
BOOTS AND SHOES,
G LASS W A RE, CROCK ERV,
SIRUPS, . SUGAR.
Having just returned from the city with the
above enumerated stock of goods, all of
which have been purchased Since the great
dcc'.ine in Cold, we feel warranted in savin?
! that we can offer Goods at irreatlv reduced fie.
ures for CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mar23-tf - LAIRD BELL.
.W WOODS! AW GOODS!
Martin & Walters
G RE A T CRASH IX PRICES !
HAVING purchased the Store of N. Frank
& Co., on Main street, in J. M. Belfora's
store room, we would respectfully inform the
public that we have just returned from the
East with a new and carefully selected stock
of GOODS of Ihe very best quality, compris
ing in part, of
LOOTS & SHOES,
II ATS AXD CAFS,
C A It F K T S,
I FURS, WOOD AND WILI.OWVAKE, and in
j short every article usually kept in a well
! selected store.
Wc intend selling exclusively for CASH, or
in exchange for COUNTRY PRODUCE. Ily'
so doing we will be able to sell goods as cheap
as the cheapest. Call and examine our stock.
B. HIGHEST TRICES PAID IN" TRADE
FOR ALL KINDS OK COUNTRY PRODUCE.
MARTIN & WALTERS,
(Ilelford'sStorcRoom,) Main SU,
My 1, 1S71.
THE I'LACE FOR BARGAINS
IN PA TIE H SON, PA.
ri-'IIE lirgest and best assortment to be j ne raugue ot nasmng uay no longer oreaa
X found in Tutiersoo. Thankful fur the ed, but Economy, Efficiency, and Clean '
liberal patronage heretofore received from
tbe public, I would respectfully announce
that I have just opened a very large stock of
Goods well suittd to the trade. My. stock
consists of a full assortment of fine and staple
Embrncing all the materials for men, women : nours. practice, can thoroughly comprehend
and children's ware, including Hatsand Caps, and effectually use it. There is no adjust
Boots and Shoes, together wilh a large stock 1 1Dg n0 ECrewg t0 nnow. no delay in adapt
of Muslins, Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil ing . jt is lWays ready for nse ! It is a
Cloths, Mailings Sc. perfect little wonder! It is a miniature
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such ns French and English Meriiroes, Pop
lins, Alpacas, De Laines, p1an and figured
Shawls, Vc. . and also a large stock of Notions,
such as Gloves. Mitts, Hosiery, Embroidered
Collars and Cuffs, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
Such as Sugars, Syrups, Coffees. Teas and
Spices. Alo, a large lot of Queensware,
Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware. Fish
Salt and Nails. Togctber with a full assort
ment of Goods usually kept in a country store
tQUHighest price paid for country pro
duce id exchange for goods. Prices to suit
tbe times May 1, 1871.
New Tin and Store Establishment,
PerrysvHlr, Juniata County, Pa
THE undersigned has opened out a new
Tin and Stove Establifhment in the room
on Railroad Street, next door to the Tusca
rora Hotel, where he would be pleased to see
all who are in want of Tinware, Stoves, S.C.
He will also give prompt attention to all or
ders for Roofing. Spouting and Jobbing, ali
of which be guarantees to put np with the
best of material and in s workman-like man
ner. Having had over ten years experience
in the business he flatters himself that he
can give entire satisfaction to tbe public.
He keeps on hand tbe celebrated Nimrod
Cook Stove, which is the best baker, most
economical and heaviest plated stove now in
use. He will keep on hand the Oriental
Heateis. and a general assortment of tbe best
Stoves manufactured. JOHN DUNBAR.
Ill X OLD ESTABLISHED FIBJI,
J. J. RICHARDSON & CO.
126 Mabeet Strut, Phiiad a ,
is the largest Manufacturing t 'onfecti: lers
and Wholesale Dealers is Fnrf",
Vl'M: tt Vi' l '-
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Office.
LAGE STOCK OF
Fall and Wiuter Clothing
Strayer's Clothing Store,
Now is Ibe Time to Secnre Bar&aiiis !
. ... - - -
CJAMUEL STRAYER, having purchaicd if
kJ Levi Uecht, keeps iaihe new J.rick lluild
ing. Main Street, Patterson, a large and ele
gant assortment of Keady-Made . Clothing
consisting in part of
Overcoatt, Frock Coatt, .
Drett Coatt, Pantaloons,
' lesft, Drawers, Collars,
Boots it Shoe
And everything nsn illy found in a first class
Gentleman's Furnianing Store.
Also a large and carefully selected assort
ment of Faacy Goods, of all classes, kinds and
qualities, all of which will be sold at the low
est poaaible living prices.
Laaitf Gaiters and Shutt.
He also invites the attention of the ladiet
to Ms fine stock of GAITERS AND SHOES,
which he will sell at prices defying competi
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS.
He bason hand a beautiful assortment of
Carpets, Oil Cloths, jte , whidi are of a good
quality, and well worth the inspection of the
buyer. . ' --
WATCHES It JEWELRY.
Gold and Silrer Watchet,
Ear riny, Plain and Fanry ringt,
Watch Keys, Ladies" and Cents' Rreast Pins,
Gold Pens and Pencils, &c, which at 'his that
form the largest and best assortment in the
K&.AU the above goods will be sold cheap
er than any other store in the United States.
If yon don't believe it, just give him a call
and be convinced of the truth of the assertion
He has also a large Room just opposite
his Store where be offers for sale at low
prices a general assortment of
Tables, Chairs. Sofas, Lounges, Bedsteads.
Mattresses. TrunkB, Carpets, Manks, Racks,
and many other articles fr house furnishing
Patterson, May 1, 1871.
D. W- II. ill I.I-V li (O'S
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
Xevin's Xcw Iiuikling, Bridge
This way for Bar-
A) lu removea our tjuuus to a room
n'snewbuiidinc.on Uridce street i
,. , , 15 . . fc 1
ared to do b large busiuesa, and I
we are prep;
have just reeeived a
t a j
iTMEBT OF GOODS, !
NEW ASSOETMEKT OF GOODS,
Over Coals Dress Coats,
ls Coals riiiHinoaa r,i. 1 afc Laaxr anil low f Appeillr, they
,s coaii, business Coals, . sllouM lMJ ukcll mo,enltey , atiiimlato tlie stom
1 anlaloons, ests. Hats, I ach anil restoi-c its healthy tone and action.
Ueots and Shoes of evary deseription.
style and quality, for male or female.
Diivs1 np i ni' it i ni' ir nnrr rr I
UyJlO il c A u 1 ilia UIU , liJ J ll IU y.
Also, Carpets White Shirts, Fancy Ovet
Shins, UnderShirts. Drawers, Hosiery.
Gloves, Linen and Taper Colars.
Cravats and Ties, Trunks, Um
brellas, Travelling liags&e.
Also, tbe latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks, Cir
culars and Fur.
Persons in want of anything in ourline will
save money by giving us a call before pur
chasing elsewhere, as we are determined to
sell cheap for cash.
0, Uou't forget the corner, Bridge and
D. W. II A R LET t CO.
May 1. 1871.
Tie American Washer Saves Honey,
Time and Drudgery.
I Ti ra." r lii.L r.. t i - i
In calling public attention to this little
machine, a few of the invaluable qualities,
(not postexsed by any other washing machine
yet invented,) are here enumerated :
It is the smallest, most compact, most port
able, most simple in construction, most easily
nnomtoil A hild. titn TMn old with tarn
xiant, doing more work and of a better qual
ity, than Ihe most elaborate and costly. One
half of the labor is fully saved by its use,
and the clothes will last one-half longer than
by the old plan of tbe rub board. It will
wash tbe largest blanket. Three shirts at a
time, washed thoroughly ! In a word, the
ablution of uny fabric, from a Quill to
Lace Curtaiu or Cambrio Handkerchief, are
equally within the capacity of this LITTLE
GEM! It can be fastened to any tub and
taken off at will.
No matter how deep rooted a prejudice may
exist against Washing Machines, Ihe moment
this little machine is seen to perform its won
eers, all doubts of its cleansing efficacy and
utility are banished, and the doubter and
' detractor at once become the fast friends of
We have testimonials witbeut end, setting
forth its numerous advantages overall others,
and from hundreds who have thrown aside
the unwieluy, useless machines, which have
signally failed to accomplish tbe object prom
iscd in prominent and lond sounding adver
tisements. It ia as perfect for washing as a wringer is
The price, another paramount inducement
to purchasers, has been placed bo low, tbat it
is within the reach of every housekeeper,
and there is no article of domestic economy
that will repay the small investment so soon.
All that is asked for this GREAT LABOR
SAVER, is a fair trial. We guarantee eaoh
machine to do its work perfectly. - -
Sole Agents for the United States,
A. II. FRANCISCUS & CO.,
513 Market St., Philad'a, Pa.
The largest and cheapest Wooden Ware
house in the United States.
COAL, Lumber, Fisb, Salt, and all kinds
of Merchandise for sale. Chestnut Oai
Bark, Railroad Ties, all kinds of Grain and
Seeds bought at the highest market prices in
cash or exchanged for merchandise, coal,
lumber, &c, to suit customers. I am pre
pared to furnish to builders bills of lumber
just as wanted and on short notice, of either
oak or yellow pine lumber.
JanI Fort Royal, Juniata Co., Pa.
USE THE BEST.
Nine years before the jjuMic,
and no preparation for the hair has
ever been produced equal to.Hall'B
Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,"
and every honest dealer will say it
gives the best satisfaction. It re
stores GRAY HAIR to its original
color, eradicating' and preventing
dandruff" curing BALDNESS and
promoting the growth of the hair.
The gray and brashy hair by a few
applications is changed to black and
silky locks, and wayward hair will
assama any shape the wearer desires.
It is tha cheapest IIALR DRESS
ING in tho world, and its effects last
longer, as it excites the glands to
furnish the nutritive principle so
necessary to the life of the hair. It
gives the hair that splendid appear
ance so mnch admired by all. Jay 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
hair, and it has never been equalled,
and we assure the thousands who
have used it, it is kept up to Its
original high standard. Our Treatise
on the Ilair mailed free; send for it.
Soil by aU Druggists ami Dealers is Jieaidnes.
Fries One Dollar Per Bottle.
R. P. HALL & CO., Proprietors.
LABOBATORT, HABHTJA, U. H.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
the purposes of a lAxatiw
Perhaps no one medi
cine i so universally re
quired by everybody as
a cathartic, nor wa ever
any before so universal
ly adopted into use, in
every country and aiuon ir
all classes, as this mild
but efficient purgative
The obvious rea
iton is, that it ia more re
liable and I'ar more effec
tual remedy than any
other. Those who have
tried ft, knor that it cured them ; those who have
not, know that it cures their neighbors and friends,
and all know that what it does once it does always
that it never fails through any fault or neglect of
its composition. We have thousands upon thou
nnd9 or certificates of their remarkable cures of the
following complaints, but such cures are known in
every neighborhood, and we need not publish them.
Ada-ited to nil Aires ami conditions in all climates;
containing neither calomel or any deleterious dru?,
they may be taken with safety by anybody. Their
I snpar coatinar preserves them ever fresh aud makes
! Iheiu pleasant to tike, while uein purely vegetable
i no harm can arise from their use in any quantity.
! They operaf-. y their powerful influence on the
I internal viscera to purify the blood and stimulate it
mo neaimv aruon remove ure wusiru,uoiis ui uitj
ftoma,'h bowels, liv
lodv, restoring thea i
by correcting where-
iver, and other orpins of the
irregular action to neaitn, and
vcr ihev exist, such derange-
1 went as are the urst origin ol disease.
wents as are the lirst
j Minute direction nro given in the wrapper on
the ltox, for the following complaints, which theie
j J'itta rapidly cure:
ruta rapiuiy cure:
For Irp4-ti or Mniliflrrtion. aLitIHM
t tor Liver C'orapliainv anl its various srmp.
1 torn., Isiliona llemlacho. Mich llruilitclie,
Jiaaailice or (irpra Micbaea.. IBilioa.
C'olic and fBilioua I'eren, thev tihoiili be iu.
action or remove the obstructions which cause it.
ror lTenfcrr or Diavrraifleai, but one mild
dose is ffenerallv required.
For Hlirunatftti.ni. Coat, firavrt. PalptV
tatinwi of tlat Heart, Pain Im tho Hido,
Jtticli am! they should be continuously
taken, as rcqiiireil, to chamre the diseased action of
the system. With such change those complaints
For Orapay and Dropsical Hwolllagw tbey
shouM be taken in large anl frequent doses to pro
duce the cOVct of a drastic purjre.
For Nnppmaloa a lanro dose should be taken
as it pnxluues the desireil effect by sympathy.
As a Dinitrr fill, take one or two fills to pro
mote digestion and relieve the stomach.
An occasional dose stimulates the stomach and
bowels into healthy actum, restores the appetite,
and invigorates the system. Hence it is often ad
vantageous where no serious derangement exists.
One who feels tolerably well, often Amis that a dose
of these fills makes htm feel lecilelly better, from
their cleansing and renovating effect on the diges
DB. J. C. AYER Jt CO., FrartU-al ChmOf
LOWELL. MASS., V. 8. A.
TiJE It:rXD;E:.T3 THAT
:COMPOSK KOSADAI.J3 nn?
p'tl li-.Iit-d or. every pacha -rr. t";crc
ififrt it is nt a secret p ip.irait'iit
niTSin iX3 rnEsrsiBS it
It 13 a crrtain cure for Scrofula,
Syphilis in all i'-a rms. Rheuma
tism, Skin Divatcs, l.ivcr Com
plaint and all discawa of the
0S3 I0TTL3 C7 HCSADALIS
will do more rood than ten bottles
ot ihe Syrups of Sarsaparilla.
THE UNDERSIGNED PHYSICIANS
have used Rosadalis in their practice
for '.lie p ist three years and freely
endorse it as a reliable Alterative
and Blued Purifier.
DR. T. C. PUO ft, of Bait i mere.
OH. T.J. BOYKI.V. "
DH. R. W.CARR.
DR. V. O. DAN NKLLY, '
DU. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholasville,
DR. J. L. McCARTIIA, Columbia,
DR. A. K X03I.ES, Edgi-comb, N. C.
USED AND ESDORSED UY
I. B. TRENCH & SONS, Fall River,
F. W. SMITH, Jackson, Mich.
A. F. WHEKLF.R, Lima, Ohio.
B. H AI L, Lima. Ohio.
CRAVKN & CO., Gnnlonsville, Va.
SAM'L. G. Mcl'ADDEN, ftlurfrees-
Our space xr ill not allnrv of any ex
tended remarl:s in relation to the
virtuesof Rosadalis. Tothe Mdical
Profession we guarantee a Fluid Ex
tract superior to any they have ever
used in the treatment of diseased
Ulood; and to theanticted we say try
Rosadalis, and you will be restored
Rosadalis is sold bv all Drnerista
price 91.50 per bottle. Address
S3. CLESH:iTS 4 CO.
Young Men's Christian Association,
Office. 123 South 7th St., Philadelphia,
Between Chestnut & Walnut.
If you wish to hire labor of any kind,
write and tell us just tbe help you want.
The wages you will pay. The best, and
cheapest way lo reach your place, and if far
from Philadelphia, you had better enclose
Railroad fare. We will do our best to serve
you and give you all tbe information we csn
about the person we send. Our desire is tc
assist tbe worthy, and no charges to either
Sup't Employment Bureau,
. 123 South Tih Street, Philada.
1TAETIN & WALTERS always keep up
iVl their stock of GROCERIES and will not
be excelled either in the quality or price of
their goods in this line. Give them a call
before going elsewhere.
BEAR & HAMAKEK, Proprietors.
STATE CAPITOL HOTEL, near the Cap
WiTerms as moderate as any Hotel in the
WM. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor
WHITE HORSE HOTEL,
31G t 318 NORTH THIRD STREET,
GEO. ZEILLEV, Proprietor.
Good accommodations for all who may favor
him with a call.
First Class Livery aad Sale Stable,
noLDiac CO noBSKs, attached to hotel.
MIFFLINTOWN., JUNIATA CO., PA.
SIMON D. ALBRIGHT, Proprietor.
Rooms large and comfot table the Table
supplied with Ihe best tbe market affords
Stabling large and excellent Bar constantly
supplied wilh tbe choicest wines and liquors
no pains will be spared to please guests.
Charges moderate. A liberal share of public
patronage is solicited. may 17, '71
D. JOHNSTON & SONS, Proprietors.
The "Brockerhoff IIou? e" has recently been
refitted and otherwise greatly improved, and
is now nnder the proprietorship of 1. John
ston A Sons, formerly of ihe "Leonard House"
in Clearfield Persons vist.'ing Bcllefonte on
business or pleasure will find this a conve
nient and plearant place to stop. Free JJius
to and from 'he Vepot.
Nov I, 1871.
C X I T E D STATES HOTEL,
orrosiTE pa r. r. pispwt,
EMM ING Ell & CO., Proprietors.
Telegraph Office in IlotiJ.
R113 IS, !8i;il-y.
XVX'IIC XX UN 15.
REEDSVILLE, MIFFLIN CO., PA.
DAVID I. It ICE. S'roprirfor.
The undersigned respectfully calls Ihe at
tention of the public to the fact that he has
leasrd tbe hotel properly in P.ecdsvilu-, for
merly occupied by Aaron Shoop, and ia pre
pared to accommodate strangers and travel.
rs. I'e will ppare no rienns to make the
Hotel unexceptionable in every particular.
He will exercise a personal suw-rvixiini over
his Bar. Table and Stable, lis resnectfiillv
solicits a share of thepatrnnnpe of ihe public. '
HAV10 I. 111CE.
Rcedsvilic, April 10, 1871. j
THIS IIOTKf, IS lI.FASASTf.V SITl'ATKP
(IX TIIK SOL'TI! SII1K F
R A C E S T It E E T,
A FfcW HOURS AllOVK Tlllltl).
ITS C E X T R A L L O C A 1. 1 T V
Makes it particularly desirable lo persons
visiting ihe Citj on business or pleasure
A. BECK, Proprietor.
Formerly of il,e Stale t'nioii li-lel.
nng 18, 8i9-ly.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Through and Direct ltule to Washing
ton, ISaltimore, Klmira, Krir,
Itufl.ilo, Kurkrslri aud
FOUR TRAIN'S DAILY" frr.ra an.l
five to Wasbington and li.iltiraore,
ami FOUR TRAINS DAILY
to and Five from ilie Ninth
and West Branch Sus
Xorlhcrn and VTfstern Pennsylvania and
ON AND AFTER MONDAY. NOV. SHiIi,
.171, the trains en the Northern Cmtral
Railway will run as follows :
Mail Thais leaves Baltimore 8:o0 a m
leaves liarrisburg ;.". p m
leaves Williiimsporf ..... t:2 p m
arrives at Elmira li'::Ji.' p m
BcFr.vi.o Ex leaves Baltimore- llh'-'O p m
leaves liarrisburg i.':-J5 a m
leaves Willlamspoit.... 8:30 a m
leaves Elmira.. 11:5-3 a m
arrives at Canand igna- ":I0 p m
Fast Lixe leaves Baltimore 12:10 p m
leaves liarrisburg J:15 p m
arrives at Williamsport 8:10 p m
Ciscix'i Ex leaves Baltimore 7:111 p la
arrives at IIarrisburg...l2:H am
Yofk A II ah- 1 leaves York C:10 a m
bisb'g Ai:. arr. at Harr:shurg 7:45 a m
Suxbi'kt Ar. north leaves Harrisb'g 8:00 a u
arr. at Sunbury ;0:-30 a m
Mail TnAixleaves Elmira
arrives at Baltimore...
BcrrALo Ex leaves Canandnigna-..
5:50 a m
!:2-5 a m
1 :25 p m
(i:15 p ni
4:4o p m
8:150 p m
leaves Williamsport 12:80 a m
leaves liarrisburg 6:.1.3 a m
arrives at Baltimore 0:15 a ni
Cixcis't Ex. leaves liarrisburg 10:45 p m
arrives at Baltimore 2:-10 a m
Ebie Exra's leaves Williamsport...- 8:25 a m
leaves SunLury . 10:20 a m
arriees at liarrisburg... 1:00 p m
Enia Mail south leaves Williamsp't 10:00 p m
leaves Sunbury 12:05 a m
arrives at Ilarrlsbure... 2:0 a m
Pacitic Ex. south leaves Harrisb'g 11:35 a tn
arrivts a. lSnllimore
York t Har-1 leaves liarrisburg
bisb'o Acc. arrives at York ....
Balt. Acc. south ledves Sunbury.
leaves Harrisbuag ,
arrives at Baltimore..
6:05 p m
. o-.l i p m
. 7:10 p m
. 5:00 a m
.. 8:00 a ni
Mail Train north and south. Fast Line
north, Pacific Express south Cincinnati Ex
press north, York and IlarrUburg Accommo
dation north and south, Erie Express south,
Erio Mail and Sunbury Accommodation north
and Baltimore Accommodation south daily
except Sunday. '
Buffalo Express norfh and south daily.
Cincinati Express north daily except Sat
urday. For further information apply at the Ticket
Office iu the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
ALFRED K. F1SKE.
liarrisburg, January 2, 1871.
ALL kinds of Canned and Dried Fruit for
sale by - f. BARTLY. "
I ARC EST STOCK-of Dress Goods in tbe
y cubty at Tihen 4. Espenschade's.
"Beef! Veal! MtittoiH
THE andersigned hereby informs the pub
lic that he still continues to earry on Hi
Butchering Business in Mifflintown. and will
hereafter supply the citizen of Mifflin c 1
every TUESDAY and SATCRDAT mornings,
Veal and 31utton
every THURSDAY morning. His wagon will
go the rounds of both towns oa tbe morning
menlioned. As he is tbe only butcher in ibis
vicinity who continued in business during
the past winter, for the accommodation of ihn
public, he feels that lie is entitled to more
than an ordinary share of patronage through
out the summer season.
April 12, 187i.
3IiU ! Mont !
T r"HE undersigned hereby respectfully in--L
forms the citizens of Mifflintown and
Patterson that his wugon will visit eneh n
these towns on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY mornings of each week, when
they can be supplied wilh
uuring the summer season, and also PORK
and SAUSAGE in season. I purpose fur
nishing Beef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Veal ami Mutton every Thurs
day morning. Give m-s jour patronage, and
will guarantee to sell as good meat as the
country can produce, an I as c'jeap as any
other butcher in the county.
June 1 1, 1871.
"YiJESlI BEEF, VEAlT&cT"
''pilK undersigned would respectfully an
X nounce to ihe public that he ha com
menced ihe Butchering liuxiurs. and that his
waon will visit MitHinlown and Mexico en
TUESDAY and SATURDAY mornings ,,f
each week when they can have an opportu
nity of purchasing
LA K IV Sr.,
cheaper than from any other wagon. Ho
only aski the citizens lo give him a trial to
tatUfy them that hr eells cheaper and belter
meat than any other butcher in the county
April 5, 1871-tf
Notice to Trespassers.
THE undersigned, reiili-nts of IVlawire
and Greenwood townships, hereby cau
tion all persons against tr-,ia3.in on Iheir
respective properties for the purpose of gun
ning, fishing, or cutting timber. All persons
violating this notice will le dealt wilh ac
cording to law.
Jesse Speakman, William Keech.
M. C. Farra, Isaac Ferguson,
Mark J. McOaw, Jon ph Nil bl
Humphrey & Mc'iyruv, David Cargill,
JMm M. LaudU,
Thomas P I'imiu,
Johu S. Cargill,
John M. Kibbs,
Jobn R. Ferguson,
John T. D'mni,
Joseph J. Castles,
George T. Fri-y,
P.ufus M. Ford
A LL pei-:-ot,s arc m
I Hunting. Ki-lii
passiu; on lite lands
Black Log township.
iv hy cantionid against
; or in any way Ires-
ol lue undersigned, in
Persons so otfending
the full ex'ent of tho
J. E. Mclntire.
U ilhani llilger.
George Smith, Jr.,
George VI. Gorton.
will be dea't wilh io
Sarah E. Cornelius,
Thomas J. Darling,
June 21, 171.
nHE unJersigned w.mld respectfully an
JL nounce lo the citizens of Juniata and
adjoining comities, that he has pnrchased
the Mifflintown Foundry and Machine Shop,
and is prepare! to mnnufuctiire articles c.f
various descriptions, tmeh ns 'or 4 1JC
Horte-fotrtr Thre.hinj Hatkiues, also,
Eisht aud Tru Horse Power .Yachine,
brin the most celebrated, and best adapted
to the wants of the farmer now extant, and
which I will warrant lo perform all they ar
recommended to do Plows of the latest and
most improved patterns, considered by sF
who have used I hero lobe superior lo any
now in use in this pari of Ibe country. I
would espeetally call the attention of farmer
to the IKON KING PLOW, which I am man
ufacturing with the latest improvements for
I am also prepared lo manufacture all
kind of Mill Gearings, such as Cog Gearing,
Gudgions, Saw Mill Cranks, aud Turning anil
fitting up Ihe same. I also manufacture
all kinds of
Coal, Wood, Parlor and Coohituj Stores.
I also manufacture Hollow Ware, Waffle
Rollers for tanners, c.
Old Metal and country produce of all kinds
taken in exchange for work.
Remember I sell ten per cent, cheaper
than any other establishment in Ihe country.
J. A. CRISWELL.
Feb 10, 1870-tf.
OF Till m AGE!
Patinteo l.ciMRit ?t:i, 1869.
GOLDEN FOUNTAIN PEN.
KfaetnUtM . -k M-te!fe4 !! wh hmvm
mt it to b tfa beat mo4Xr r oil In Ihlsttwix
rr! Will mot mrrAr. Mir ita-t rttlf . "
Q wlthmr IVaaflHa: VMI aNltt ftif Jwm ,
0 bt U-I IVfi. I'utMaln ..uiMf Imvhw f
S H.M,U .V V .k:'T Ur Ihla
Cs, rusm any vwrtgrH. terMrii t-atat rrMslce ;"
0 r m9ni aw i rftt,r ' ft -nt.: '
J ; Two Mm pie I i-rmtm t kt-. bO J
O Sv IwstrsS, f&.lovi, tll boin, 1 ri
, -0(Il A44rs j
Eo j Western PurxisiiiNG Co. H
j Manufacturers' Aget. P'ttslturgh, V. t
!3 I rrTIO-t.-TIrrw-Mf pwpalfirlr-rthw S
O Ppim hat 1-4 ta mtsmw ImttnlUm f fat Infr
T . HwronMlIrt. r nnlt !! KI'N- O
T 1N l'i:S4olrI hv litis t uMpuKf, lastrH-
tlC fur IVn uf Nh ...c. Tuttr, t'tntsty. nntt
HtHte, latrlj rv HtUra, avsad rtlir MiU Mt T.U
THE 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 ia the
County. He manufactures ail kinds of Cast
ing, Bells. Stoves. 4c. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me a
call, or address.
J. II. ROGERS.
Walnut P. O.
aug 18 1 869-1 f Juniata Co. Pa.
S3rJt!i.TA Sssnsii $1,00 tier year.
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