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jjjje Jatiiala Sentinel.
lSVAX MORNING, MAR. 13. 1872.
MVLVASIA RAILROAD. ON AND
ift Sunday, .'.. ... . -- -
C will Mifflin Station at follow :
!e Kxp. (don't stop) 10.05 A. M.
rrib'ir Aeciinitnoda'n 11.23 A. 31.
...then. Kiprpf. 2.34 A. M.
bron-h 1'assenger 4.5.1 A. 31.
icifie' Express 5.5G A. M.
l"r IVfenser "J.4 a. m.
Jail Train ,: t . .u
..tLine C.2G 1 . 31.
lixed Train S.15 1'. M
JAMES SOUTH. Ag'l
TO' AM COIMIiY.
... I "..l....fur
The co;mnuuic:uiLii num '"'"
A, KUN. of t!i-i rat and Rrj-
,T ,, rlicnmatm in the right knee
e I),in .kr.-.ii.-I:.'i puty vase nit vos
,lu; fc i cl!'J:i flli0o'eJ Di-mo-a
J i: S'r:
JfRKMi.xn Lvu.vs, I-.sq., lias been nl
y ' i
kited to practice lw ' several
ttrtsot Di'ijiliiii flinty.
their places of rtsi
feicerati Hive pit
i lic-r s.'ii. to in. ir
fan ' iiiioriuiog ui ol me laci.
r .... r .1 e .
As txcliange is.iv that a FiOiii liin iii
fcUfctU'. pr.-t.-ra sl-ai iiu.-a jj
he c-u g' t nearer lli ir Iieait.
vVANTK:.-iie i!:-.mi...1 l-l-graph
4 . ' T . .
Sirs. r "r ii.lonn.ili-iii c-1,1 al J a mi's
jrtli'i ofiii'e :' r.itvrf hi
Kimki haifnk'.:, -f J I irri.-l-.:rg.
Lo whs charged ui.li llie uiuruer ol h;
Life, Niiiiy Miiiil'm-r. has le.-ii found
iltv pf mm. lor in llo' tirst d.-gree.
.Iami.s .Vi'K'in p uc'i i-i il a corner '.it
Main sfiei-t in the borough of i'atter .;
:ii J. Ii. M. T...1-!, !a-t Satuiday, for
?u:n of one tleni-a:i l dnllars.
os Kkm A S:nre Uoutu ou M-nket
.1 t I I L" 1 . M
f-eT, in ttitf n ii'iii'-n i.i leii vsvuie
In-ssor call on II. I.atiiin r Wilson,
Smi. link ii. m ti lliief ciiteied tin;
isoii ll'ii;" on M ni iay i vi niiig.
lr wi-aiii'ff a;)i.irel fimn the maids of
ic house to lie a!,i: -if fi'-M.
W.iVtHi Wanted by a eil'zi'a of
1 1 b"piu!i. live i 1 1! ii 1 1 1 dollar, willing
f ivc S p.-r reiitum per aimnin. For
m '. !! ea.J on or a.;.li--SS tills vlil.te
t',,n i i . ti,
iircr r'liiit.iiiei i
. Nine iunli:l.s
i li iko alt.ich
:i't'ii. CjII at
The St.i e Setii-'i- pis-i-d .-.ii aft mi the
"li nlt.'.'i r-ijuiie the courts of thi-"
puii'v t.i a;:;i.ii:it a'Ulitors to re-audit.
d set:!.- ll.c sav tints of the t'.wn-hiji
i-.-is of IMiw.ue town-liip,
lou ."Ml.: A giMul ut'iv four horse
inner lliiiij Vir.g.in, and two New
'r,,'g Magnus also some second hand
"gms- NoAll HhR-IZLER,
Port Roval. Pa
1 1I. K w irhirig to ri'.'anv
in a profit-
I' '"'-iii'-s read kiU ei: isement of M
I y.,tt. 114 South Secnd St. I'hila
ljiLia. in this issue. I.iht jual to gas
t one eighth t!;e cost, kc &c I!
W Cwinties .-;.-id Slat, s lor sal..
I'EATII spread its ilark wing over the
ii,.,,., , ... ,
.u..ifr.in congregation o! this place last
ik, and tw.k tlierefiom two members I
ne one, .Vr. faVer. w:is rnllpd will.
arcf-lv a moment' notice, tho ..th.-r
!" Cli.-imherlain. if.er a lingering ill
's of 13 w-, ls.
- - - - - . -
I'cksons requiring tiurgative? or jii!!.-"
iouU be careful what they buy. Some
-snot only cause grip:::- pains, but
. ,i , , . .. . :
e .lie bowels in a torpid, costive state.
'amoKi' PnnjalU-e I'ilh will relieve the
w.-ls and i-h-.nir-e the blood without in-
rv to the system. I
The com ciib of Mr Michael B.ishor,
Iwun.iii.-igli timnship, was visited stv- i
mlits agt, and a qumtily of corn
hn tleretmni. '!,,. tliieves had a '
FSon and Mr Haslior heard them leav-
J the Cllh, aild drivf totv.-lr.l Inwn lif '
, , ....
Jii.it know, however, lint coru had
n etoleu till the next nioniing.
VfMERi.AV monnK a deer a buck
ra-leitSanm.ara..eBab..t a ,iU .,.l
lrt-rlel.,w town. It l,..i m wifbi,. ;
m? w thirty yards of a wagon on to j
1 eter Hdih finger and AYilson
"Wus.m were load ng saw logs and
''' down through what is known in j
'aIk. r towntbip as ,1,P "Swamj,."
rcer Dpa'ch says : Wc hear 1 .
'"jm thit a man borrowed hi neigh- j
' Pper. and i.i so doing brought the I
' -IW.X illtfl llta t .r.,tt V.,t..y nnt I '
, x '"" tKK-'-
y that means, lost all his interest, j
uniily, consisting of two lovely the Mr H,v hastily picked it up, put it
? 'ter? three promising sons, and four iinLi8 pockct fiuJ brf)ke for fcig j10ttl
s-m.law. ! This should be a warn-1 . a . i,:, ,m ,. -,.l,l
S to all persona to subscribe for all pa- ;e(1 t0 pt the mQney ia a BafL.r placc lut
whtch they ,vi,l, t0 .i. 1 , whpn he oponcJ tbe
I. a .t wok Ilrv II C !' rl fTlT i "ok " dollar was there lie took
f ethodist church of this place, solicited j BU'
l-ntrihiit-,..,. r o ti . m , 'all
j ' 'or M.T. natllel I roup. WHO i
T a suffi-rfr .1 c r i -i. fi
witwly the fire of the night of i
' mst., and received forty some j home, ' aud forthwith proceeded to carry
' ara in money. Mr. John Ilollobangh out his resolution, aud successfully too,
a" alfo engaged in the Fame worthy f"r ue arrived in Bedford on the third
ntk. and irceiverl f,.rt ,i..n 'day, having earned his passage partly
' -this fund nf ;i., i n '1 by
'una ot eighty nomc dollars, tin i.f
"'liars wu " r 11 illiese pariicuiar irora iir. .1 , uuiireu.
- pnen to Mrs. lle.k, who also I ve hertily sympathize with him is his
Rum's Doings. Ieaac Long, of Brat
ton township, Las for some time had in
his employ a man calling himself Wil
liard Cook. - Last week Long sent
liim with a team of two horses to Maple
ton to engage in hauling telegraph poles.
The man got drunk and at Mt. Union
swopped horses with a man named Shaf
fer, giving a young, good horse for a
black "old rip." He then proceeded to
ward his destination, but somehow lost
the Hack horse, and reached Mapleton
with one horse only not liaviug even a
collar or bridle along, lie then wrote
tho facts to Long, and atked hiui to
come up. Long went immediately, and
succeeded in fiuding the gears of one
horse, but the man was not to be found.
Cook is a man about 30 years of age. 5
feet 8 or 10 inches high, with dark com-
j pltfxion, dark hair and eyes, and black
moustache and goatee L tc 's'oirn Dem
ocrat. A Boy Falls Bexhatii a Loaued
Wacox -4"i L'g Crude J. A
s-iu of VYiU.im Uichncr, of West lluut
tinjrdon, nerd fifteen or sixteen Years,
was hauling tics, near Mill Creek, on
Friday la.-t, and on reaching a hill he en
deavored to draw the rubbers, aud was
preeipated "beneath the wagon, and it,
with its ponderous load, passed over his
left thigh and arm crushing the bones as"
if they had been ! many reeds. lie
was biouglit up to this place, on the
way paswiigiT, the same dav, and on his
way up he won the admiration of nil the
passengers hy his coolness aii.l c:.lm de
meanor. The passengers presented him
with a sinai! su n of money as a token of
their appn-ciati m i.f hU manliness, lie
was taken to the n ridence of his father
where his wounds were dressed and the
broken and crushed horns set, as best
they ciulJ lie. by Dis. Brumbaugh and
M'Cariiiy. We have not heard from
li iiu since. Hti 't'iigd at Jom n il
K.lill.VU MKKllY'i OK THE Jt.MATA
?c'i'i! Tuo.Mrsii.vrowv.Mar.'J, 1S72
Although the day was rather unfavor
able, yet nearly all the members were
present, ai d s veral new names wire
a.lded to the roll. A short time before
il'iniier was spent mi loot, in a sabre ex-eiti.-e.
In the afternoon the Company
niou-.it.-i! n:u spent some time in regular
drill It w;-s ilieii unanimously agreed
n ui l.i extend nn invitation to all the
mil" "-'" c'linnanies of the county
to meet i:h u-. at iVrivsville, on tl...
last Sa il:. lay in .May. A vote of thanks
was given to
Mr. Theodore Thompson
lor ti e u-e ol Ins held.
Jaiie a r.i'm'ier of spectators were
p-en-ii'. The Seoul generally appeared
pleased ni.h their visit, and before ad
jouii.itij. thrie cheers were- g'ven f r
Thotnpsoiito n. T!ie next, meeting w ill
he at IVny.-vil!e. SattuJay, May 25lU,
.1 K 11 -bins iv, Capiain
JlAi'i;ii' Iiiiit'.iKs. (). S.
Si ihikn 1). atii. l'liilip Weaver,
Watt iioih'1 of the enssiug of the renn-
i syhani.i ITailroad nt I'atterson Staliou,
was fonp.l !iog dead ou the floor in his
house, o:i Saturday morning, ihe !);h
lis wii j being absent on a visit
!. IJ-tiri.i o..r 1,m -,s ii.ir tl..
o- " i j e i
111 the eveuii.g he le'urned ;
from his wink as v.-ell as ll.-U.il, but not
being pent ou duty in the morning, a
mail was sent lo bis house to in juiie the
cause of his absence. lie found Mr
Weaver lying on his left si.le, his right
hand grasping a rung ;f the rocking
rhiiir on which he evidently had been cit
lii.ir lie whs cold and stiff, and seem" '
to have di.-il early the previous evening
A coronei's imjuest was held ou the body I
l.y the following persons : Caleb Parker, ;
. . , i. i ,,1 - - m i, r i i
.len - iniih Unghry. Christian Miller, John ;
II ii-kenheiger, Z Grissinger, aud J. U
Mai ley. A cai ful elimination was
made l.y Dr. Ranks. No external in
j'iri"S w.-ie found. About a pint of fluid
, Htia l.lo. id Iim.1 i-x.i.lfl from tliu moutli
The probable cause of death was apo
plexy. He bail previously beeu.para-
1 i it . .
years ot aie, ami was an nouesi, inuus-
- . ... ,
111. .lid flf.fl I I.- Iif.ff:l l.l. flll-ri'll 1.1 rf.
...L,.,, . ITai il.ni ,r f,.r int.-r.
I A UKIiKOKU Jl.WKLKB OOKS TO .NEW
YoRK To Bl V CJnot'S and Losks Twex-
v-fiil'tl IltrxiilttD Dol-LARs. Our
friend, across the war, A. W. Anderson,
Esq . watchmaker and j-iweler, etarted
for New York, we k before last for the
nurnnun .if la illfr ill n RtOf'lr Cif i.n-olrr.
. .x. w--- o J J-
, He arrived in the city, engaged a room
at the St Charles House and then pro-
!crcded to ba,'k to ?ftt a tw0 """'a"1
,.d"ar rah ca.-hed prepantory to pur-
c"'g SA- MtCT Pting the
money carefully in his pocket book he
got aboard a street car to go back to his
hotel. The car was crowded, aud he
along with a number of others was com
pelled to stand. They had not proceed
ed far until two horses and a wairon. on
,. ff. rn ;.. ,,, ,iip ..,:
llll0vving tIie aandiug passengers dowu,
,v, M A., fell his pocket book flew
... . ...
out ot Iiis pocket, Out in the course ot a
moment or two he-found it on tho floor of
at "Ce tU recover tl,e raonp.1t' blU
to no avail. Alone in a rrreat citv
. , . . , , " ,
with no money and board three and a
. ,1P -,.iVPfi , ..j:- fnr
the sweat of his brow. We learn
. .i.. -v 4 1: e
misfortune. Kedjwl lnqutnr.
It is a rare thing that physicians give
any countenance to a medicine, the man
ufacture of which is a secret. An ex
change says, the only exception we know
of is Johnson' Anodyne Liniment. This,
we believe, all endorse, and many of them
use it in their practice with great success.
Juniata Conference. The Juniata
Conference of the Synod of Central
Pennsylvania will meet on Tuesday even
ing, 19th inst., at 7 o'clock, in the Luth
eran Church of this place, and will con
tinue two days. Oa Tuesday evening a
sermon will be preached, on Wednesday
evening Sabbath School exercises will be
held, and the rest of the time will be
taken up with discussions of questions,
business, kc , &c. 1 be public are cor
dially invited to attend.
i. M. Blackwelder.
Notice. The regular monthly meet
ing of the Mifflin town and Patterson Loan
and Saving Fund Association will be
held at the Court House, in Mifllintown,
on Tuesday evening, 5Iarch 19, iS72, at
7 o'clock r. m. Two dollars and twenty
live cents must be paid on each share of
stock subscribed in said Association be
fore 7 o'clock p. M. of said evening.
Stock bocks arc now open at the Ju
niata Valley Bank, iu Mifllintown, where
subscriptions will be received by T. Van
Irwin, Tiensurer of said Association.
The Directors, on the above named
evening, will sell what money they may
have received from the stockholders.
W. Ca.mrkon Laikd Pra't.
E. J. N ANGLE, Secy.
An Act to incorporate the Tuscarora
Valley Ilailroad Company has passed the
Legislature, and been signed by the Gov
ernor. Joseph I'omeroy, S. T. McCul
loch, David Wilson, John Kepner, Noah
Hei tzler, John Gilliford, Col. J. K. Rob
inson. James North, Caleb Parker, James
Kelley, Samuel Wharton, Daniel Conn,
E Oles, J. P Sterrett, Samm-I B Craw
ford, Thomas Arbnckle, George McCul-
loch, John I'atterson (Peru), William I
N'eely, A. J. Ferguson, Robert Robison
Wilson I. Ciamer, James McKuight.
Joseph Penuell, William Bell, W. C.
Lird, William W. Wilson, Noah A.
Elder, Robert C. Gallaher. John Wright,
John Gray bill, John J. Patterson, Geo.
.Jacobs and It E. Parker, or any five of
(hem, have been appointed commissioners
to open books aud receive subscriptions
and organize a company Ly tae name,
style and title of the Tuscarora, Valley
railroad company, with power to con
struct a raiiioad from any point on the
I'enusylvaiiia railroad iu the county of
Juniata, and thence by any other the
board of directors may adopt through
I'lii-carora Valley to the line of either
Huntingdon or Franklin county, with
power to connect with an other railroad j
w ithin said counties which is now or ni.-iv '
hereafter be bull', and the said railroad
company shall be entitled to all the priv
ileges i nd be subject to a 1 the provisions
and restrictions prescribed by the act
l -1 1
repuiaung rauroau companies, approved
I'. loioirr 1!). 1S41 nnd flip further nun. I
" . I
plenu ms memo. i ne enpuai eiucn. ui
said company shall consist four thousand
" ... .
eliares ot litty Hon irs ean.
Vp exrect to tmhlish the Act nest !
A Sad Cask of IIvdrcphubia
About eleven weeks ago, a 3'oung lady
named Cox, a daughter of Miles Cox, of
Stoddartsville, went out into the yard to
kill tome chickens. The dog followed
! her and picking up one of the chickens
t ran off with it."- She chased him with a
stick, to recover it, and corning up with
bun he tinned upon her and bit her in
, , '. . , , ,
the aim, lacerating it fearfully, her
mother and brother coming to tho rescue
were also badly bitten by the infmiated
beast. The wounds healed however, aud
nothing more was thought of the matter.
The young lady was engaged to be mar
ried to a young man living at Gouldsboro
named Alfred Kcrrick, and the weddiug
was appointed to come off at that place
about two weeks ago. On the wedding
morning as she was. about to perform her
ablutions, the sight of water sent a shiv
er through her whole system and fright
ened her, and at the breakfast table the
coffee had such an effect on her that she
spilled it over the table. She then com
plained of feeling unwell, and her friends
advised her to remain at home, but she
said she d!d not want to disappoint Al ,
and accompanied by a sister proceeded
to Gouldsboro, where the wedding cere
money was performed, Immediately af
ter this she was seized with spasms,
bearing all the indications of hydropho
bia. In one of her lucid intervals she
w arm d the company that she would bite
them if they did not keep away from her ;
"But" said she to her husband, 'A1., you
need not be afraid, I won't bite you.''
In one of her paroxysms she bit a lady
who was endeavoring to soothe her. It
was the wife of Doc. Hoffman, who
drives the stage from Gouldsboro to the
Sand cut, on the D L. k W. Iiailroad.
Soon after assuring her husband that she
would not bite him, she was seized with
convulsions, and lying back in hi arms,
died. We have seldem been called
upon to recqrd so sad a case as this.
Kor one moment a happy bride, and then
a victim of a horrid death. The other
members of the family who were bitten
by the dog have not as yet displayed
any symptoms of the disease, but they
live in hourly dread. Pitslon Gazette
of last tvcelc.
Queen Victoria has presested John
Brown, who protected her from the as
saults of O'Conner, with a gold medal,
and granted him a yearly income of one
MIFFLINTOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Juniata Sertikil
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Patterson.
Batter y lt:
Epg'. V lz
" Peaches, unpared
" Cherries, pitted - .
Sides and Shoulders
Potatoes, i bus
Ground Alum Salt, f) sack
Locust Posts, mortising
" " for board fence.. ,
-SHELLEY A STAMBAUGII'S PRICES CUR
REST. Corrected Weekly.
Crtstai, Palace. Mifflinlown, 1
March 13, 1872. f
Prime Roll Butter, per Ih 25
Eggs, per dozen 25
Lard, per tb 09
Tallow, per lb 08
Dried Apple?, per lb 09
Bacon, Sides smoked, per lb 07
Shoulder, enioked, ' - 06
Hams, " " - 17
D. K. SCI.OUFF S PRICES CURREST.
White Wheat, bus $1 45
Red Wheat, " 1 40
Cloverseel -. 5 00
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, "j ton $5 75
Xut " " 4 75
Tea " " 3 25
Bituminous" " 5 00
Run of Letr, 4 4, 1000 ft $24 00
5-8. " 10 00
8-4, " 25 00
' 6-4, " 2O!tto4000
Hemlock Frame, " 17 IMItoJOfiO
" Boards. ' 18 00to2O0f
Whilcpinc worked Flooring. 28 00
German Siding 28 01
Panel Poors 1 75 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, V window 05
" ' 9x12. '
" 10x12, " 80
" 10x1 , " J0
Philadelphia, March. 12, 1872.
Flour There is more doing, but prices
are unchanged, pales of 1000 barrets, inclu
Superfine $5 25(25 75
Extras S'i 0o()6 50
N. W. Extra Family $7 S1(a," 75
Ohio A. Ind. do. do S7 50(3,8 00
Penna. do. do ?7 2-"eij 7 75
Fancy Brands $8 adfeO 00
Ooii The tone of the wheat mirkct is
fii Di, ami fair demand prevails rrom Die local
millers for prime lots Sales of 2i00 bush
Penn red at $1 t;:?al 65. and 1800 bush West
ern ninber t SI 71. Bye may be quo'ed at
SSutK'c for Western and Penn. Corn is quiet
but steady. Sales of oitOO bush yellow at
)Ul'.4e, and SUUO bush Western mixed at
'4.1H5c. Oats are unchanged. Sales of
ISoC bush at 55c for white, and 62a53o for
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Mosdat, Mar. 114 P. M.
The catile market was moderately active
this week, and prices were firmer. About
K.eO head arrived and sold at the Avenue
Drove-vanl, at VlaSc for extra Teim and wes
tern sieers : a7c for fair to good do. and
common at 4 io.ic gt lb gross, as to quality.
Cows ond Calves were dull and the tend
( nv nf n..rti Trove in lh !lnvr4 favar
Sales of springers at Sloaof., and fresh cows
$4a5't. Receipts. 200 head.
Sheet met a lively inquiry, and full figures
were realized. Sales of choice were etlec'ed
at a!Uc ; iair to good at 7JaRc 'rUb, and
common at One 111. Kecemts. lil'DU neai
Hons were in demand at an a.lvance Sales
of corn-fed at S7 50a8 gt 100 lbs net Re-
ceii ts, 32 13 he-id.
LITTLE FIELD BURNT KA6EU On the
5lh inst., at the residence of the bride's pa
rents, by the Rot. John L. Guard, Lutheran
minister, Mr. M. L. Liltlefield, of MjJSmi-
town. Pa., and Miss Mellie E. Cumtrager, of
We beg to add our hope that Mr. Little-
neld and his bnde may joyfully lire to cele
brate their gulden wedding.
CHAMBERLAIN On the 9th inst., in this
borough, Mrs. Sarah A., wife of C. Cham
berlain, aged 28 years, 6 mos. and 13 days.
T 1ST OF LEADING ARTICLES & PRICES
-a- reported weekly by V. ISA Kl LEY, op
posite the Post Office, MirSintown, Pa :
' New York
Molisses, Porto Kico, "ji gal
" New Orleans
Sjrup, Honey Bee
" Melted Sugar
' Extra ('
Coffee, Rio, Choice
" " Fair
" " Roasted (Arbuckles)
Tea, Imperial, Finest
" Oolong. "
Salt, Ground Alum
" Dairy ...
Mackernl, No. 2 (new) bbl
Brooms, No. I
" No. 2
" No. 3
Ituckcls, Painted, 2 hoops..... ..
Tin Dish Pans
Tin Wash Pans
1 501 75
Boots, Men's Calf
" ' Kip
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting
" Sweet, "fcl peck
Coal Oil, fll gallon
Cash paid for eggs.
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware, Glassware, Crockerywarc, Cedar
ware, &C, for sale cheap hy
TILTEN fi ESFEN'SCBAPI'S.
LIST OF DEALERS AN D VEN
DEltSof Foreign and Domestic Merch
andise in the county of Juniata, for the year
1X72, as approved nud classified by the Mer
SAXES. CLASS. LICENSE.
S VT Kirk, grocery It 7 00
II D Weller, Khoe more 1 ( 7 00
John l-:tki,eonfeetionery........H 7 UI
It V Kepner & Son, drui;ists II ' 09
Wareaiii A Co., hardware .J2 12 50
tieorne Wine, confectionery ...14 7 00
J Yraikly fe Son. niere4iants....n 7 00
Hanks & Hamliii.druxKists 11 7 00
Thou U Parker, mercliuut.....li 12 oil
J H Simons, saddler 14 7 00
W H HolliMiui. j.-w.-li-r 14 7 00
Kmillsliott.s,notins .. 14 7 00
N K Littlettclil, stoves 14 7 00
Tiltcn & Kspensthade, nii're't...lS 10 00
l W Hurley Jt Co., clothing it 7 00
H 11 Loudon, merchant tuilor 14 7 00
John North, shoe store 14 7 00
Slu-llry A stamlmugh. lnereh'ts.ll 1A (10
li looop i A Ucil.li-.-k. cloiliing.tl 7 C)
II K Siil. .11 IT Co., trrain, etc 14 7 00
J K HolloliHiiKli. rcMuuriuit..... S 20 W)
J Hartley, aruverv 14 7 00
1) Watts, book store 14 7 on
Sol Kookn, confectionery 14 7 00
S H Allirlclit, hotel 9 25 00
Jacob Wills, hotel 9 -Ja 00
Ji D VanPyk, merchant 14 " 7 00
Jerome il.-lii.-k, ni.-r.-liunt 14 7 00
Samuel Hcrr, grain, etc. 14 7 00
Jacob Kickenliuuuh, merchanL14 7 no
I P Kurtz & Co., merchants 14 7 00
Kurtz A Hertzler, merchants 14 7 OH
Francis Hied, hotel 8 li 00
W II McAIister. merchant. ..l 7 t
Hrown A ltro., merchants It 7 00
J V .Mutlicntbiiugli, merchant 1:1 JO 00
J T McAIister, merchant. 14 7 00
KCHVeny & Son, clothing 14 7 00
Jaeoli Smith, boarding house.. 3 75 Oil
Jacob Smith, grain meinour It 7 00
I. & J Wilson, merchants II 15 0.1
Jacob 14 Wlney, stove dealer 14 7 00
Frank Shields, hotel 15 Oil
John North, hotel .. 8 15 00
G S Mills A Co., merchants 12 12 50
J O lliildcman. merchant 12 12 50
Mrs. K James, confectionery 11 7 00
Israel Tennis, merchant tailor... 14 7 00
Klihu H. nii.-r, grain dealer 14 7 00
Amos Snyder, hotel 8 25 00
Nathan Kecly, grain and CO.-.1 14 7 00
Winey A Custer, merchant J3 10 00
J T Pimm, merchant H 7 00
Thomas Cox, hotel 15 00
Jacob Welser, merchant 14 7 00
Jonathan Weiser. merchant .11 7 00
Willhilll Alliert, hotel H 15 ll
Amos .Miller, nierchiuit 14 7 00
II. -iii-y Fryinoyer, hotel 8 15 00
Khine A firavMIl, merchants 12 12 V
K Shi'llentierger, merchant II 7 l
Iskiic Hul.l.'iimn, merchant :l 10 00
Lauver A llro., merchants ....1-i 7 UI
S 11 l'ellinan, hotel. - 8 13 00
I.niril A P..-I1, merchants IS 10 00
PC Kiindio, druggist it 7 (rfl
S St ruyer, clot h i ng II 7 00
Charles Ke.inerjeweler 14 7 00
Ja.-oli 1- rank, merchant .14 7 00
J A Havs, hotel 8 20 On
S It Notestine, hotel 9 25 00
S It Notesiiue restaurant 7 10 00
Joseph l'cnn.;l, ni. 'reliant 12 12 50
Caleb l'nrkcr, hotel 9 25 Ot
James North A Son, grain ileul..,14 7 00
W II Kgoli, confectionery ..H 7 no
Doyle A Marley, merchants 14 7 no
K IX.iiiuamau, merchant JI 7 00
Samuel Duck, merchant ..13 10 00
J H ikeson, merchant 12 12 50
J S M (iibson, merchant l:t 10 00
Knnny ltous, fancy store .I4 7 00
Henry Willi, merchant 14 7 00
John Imnhur, stove dealer .ll 7 00
Jacob Iteidler.druggist ..I4 7 no
J J Appllchailgll, druggist 14 7 00
Kolicrt l,oga!i, conieeiioiiery 14 7 IK)
John Halsbaiigh, grain dealer 11 7 00
Jas W Wharton, confectionery ...14 7 00
Cyrus Funk, confectionery It 7 00
Itailor A liilson, grot-'ry. .14 7ll
John .Mc.Monigal, hotel 25 00
Willioiu Jniv..y, hoUl 8 I.i 0i
Noah Hertzler. merchant 11 15 (w
J A ltiee, grocery .14 7 W
Spruce I fill Totrnship.
Conn A Meminger, merchants.... 14 7 00
J I. llarton, merchant 14 7 00
Hugh Hughes, grocery J I 7 00
Joseph romer.iv, merchant. II 7 oo
J I sterrett. merchant ..14 7 00
J V Keliy. merchant 14 7 oo
Kwillg A Woodward, mcrchullts.14 7 Oil
Peter Kvens, grocery 11 7 on
Ublcun HuKleman. hotel 8 15 00
Kr.mcis Snyder, meretiant 1 1 7 'VI
W Von.Sjverlngeii r.-haut 1 1 7 00
.r.! Ferguson, in. 'reliant ..14 7 on
.Matthew Clark, m.-rehiint 14 7 00
It A Jacobs, .-till feet ionerv .I4 7
Dobbs, Hro. A Co., merchants 14 7 00
N K Kirk, hotel 8 15 (10
J S Laird, merchant 14 7 00
J C Crawford, m.-i-.-tiant 4 7 in
Joseph I. .Mills, saddler 14 7 00
F. It Allen, eating house 8 5 o)
Win Hackctt, eating house 8 5 Oil
It II Patterson, merchaut 11 7 Oil
It Itobison, merchant 14 7 00
A Moiiigoincry, wiud-miils 14 7 00
I will hold nn appeal at the Commissioners'
Oillce, in MiftlintowD, on TIH'ItsliA Y, the
14th tlay of MAKCH, 172, Iwtwecn the hours
of 9 A. M. mid H o'clock P. M., when alt per
sons may attend who led themselves ag
grieved by the alxive nppraiseinent and cIhs
sitlcation. as there will tie no appeal sfter
N. D. VANDYK.
H. H. SNYDER, Perrysville, Pa.,
Tenders his services to the citizens of Juni
ata and adjoining counties, as Auctioneer.
Charges molerate. For satisfaction give the
JJutehman a chance. P. O. address, Port
Roval, Juniata Co., Pa.
Feb 7, '72-1 y
BLOOMS BURG STATE NORMAL
Literary and Commercial Institute.
The Faculty of this Iutituli:n aim to be
very thorough in their instruction, and to
look carefully after the manners, health and
morals of tbe students.
it Apply for catalogues to
HENRY CARVER. A. M.,
Sept 28, -I87I-6ro Principal.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KuukcFs Bitter. Wine of Iron.
For the cure of weak stomach, general de
bility, indigestion, disease of tne nervous
system, constipation, acidiiy of the stomach,
and all cases requiring a tonic.
Tbe wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of
Magnetic Oxrae, combined with the most en
ergetic of vegetable tonict Yellow Peruvian
The effect in many cases of debility, loss
of appetite, and general prosiration, of an
efficient salt of Iron, combined with our val
uable Nerve, is most happy. It augments
tbe appetite, raises the pu.se, takes off mus
cular Habbineas, removes the pallor of de
bility, ind gives a florid vigor to the counte
nance. Do you want something to strengthen you?
Do you want a good appetite?
Do you want to build up your constitution ?
Do you want to feel well ?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness ?
Do you want energy ?
Do you want to sleep well?
Oo you wont brisk and vigerous feelings ?
If you do, try Kunkel's Wine of Iron.
This truly valuable Tonio has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of the community
that it is now deemed indispensable as a
Tonic medicine. It costs but little, purify
the blood and giev tone to the stomach, reno
vates the system and prolongs life.
I now on y ask a trial of this Tamable
Price $1 per bottle. E. F. Kunkel, Sole
proprietor, N. E. corner ef Tenth and Chest
nut streets, Philadelphia.
Ask for Kunkel s Bitter Wine of Iron and
take no other, If your Druggist has it not,
send $1 to my address, and the medicine,
with idvioe free, will come by nest express
train. Feb28, '72-Cm
A HANDSOME MOUSTACHE !
MOCSTACHE.i Prof. ST. CROIX'S Ferscu
WHISKERS. Compound. The Great HAIR
MOUSTACHE. GROWER, will produce a
WHISKERS, luxurient MOUSTACHE or
WHISKERS on the smoothest
face. Pleasant to use. Sent
to any address on receipt of
H. T. BOND, CHEMIST.
N. .- Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Sts.,
Feb 1-1, '72-ly ... Philadelphia
THE KEYSTONE !
Bridge Street, Mifllintown.
YTrE THE UNDERSIGNED, WOULD
' most respectfully call the attend n of
our friends, customers, and the publio gen
erally, to the fact that we have secured and
fitted up one of the finest rooms in the coun
ty, directly opposite our old stand previous
to the terrible fire of Dee. 31, 1870, on Bridge
Street, MifSintown, where we purpose to con
tinue the business of
We hare opened one of the finest, best and
cheapest stock of Goods every offered lo the
public, embracing in fact almost everything
that the public can wish. Wo would espe
cially invite the attention of all to our fine
This department we flatter ourselves lo be
the best ever offered to the public of Juniata
for stvle?. nualitv and che.innc.ss. nf tbe most 1
. - 1 .
approved patterns, 4c,
Black Au.-tralian. Crape,
Black and Fancy Silks.
Black and Fancy Silk Topliue,
Black and Fancy Mohair,
Black and Fancy Alpaccas,
Black aud Colored Striped Suitings,
Satin Striped Versailles Cloth,
Sotin Striped Lome Robes,
Silk Striped Moliair,
Silk Figured Sultana,
Brocade Japaurcs Silks',
French Serge Wool I 'laid ,
Scotch do. do. do.
Cord and Colored Vt-Ivoteein,
Knglish and French Chintze?,
Tlaid India Twills,
Plaid Swiss, ,
Brocha, Thibet. Helena,
West Branch, Niagara, and
Vatervliet Long and Square
Sbawldi in Great Variety.
Black and Fancy Cloth?,
Black and Fancy Casgimeres,
Black and Fancy Ermines,
Black and Fancy Tweed?,
Ulack and Jt aucy Jeans,
Striped and Plain Liiieti
Striped and Plain Cottonade,
Striped and Main Suitings,
Striped and Plain Marsaillee,
Striped aud Plain Flannels,
Piints, Muslin?, Sheeting,
Pillow Casings, Checks,
Linen, Cotton & Damask Table Linens,
Cambric and Swiss Embroidery,
J'iqua and Crochet Edgings,
Silk and White Cotton Fringes,
Ribbon?. Velvet and Gimps,
Laces and Braids,
Ladies' Lasting Dulton and Lace Gaiters,
Ladies' Morocc. Button and Lace do.
Ladies' Kid Lace IHls
Ladies' Kid Lace do.
Ladies' Lasting and Kid Croiiuet Slippers,
Misses' and Child's Lasting Gaiters,
Jlisses' and Child's Kid Bals,
Misses' and Child's Slorocco Button,
Misses and Child's Goat andl'ebble.
Misses' and Child's Croquet Slippers.
Men and Boys' Calf Boots,
Men and Boys' Gaiters,
Glassware and Queensware,
Fruit Jars and Stoneware.
Wool Figured, Venitian, Listing
and Wool Dutch Carpets.
Floor and Stair Oil Cloth,
Oil Shades aud Fixtures.
Berlin, Zephyr and Excelsior
Foreign and Domestic Yarns.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Mirrors, Stationery, Albums, Jcc ,
In fact everything necessfl
complete stock of Choice
to make up a
As we are buying strictly for cash, we
flatter ourselves that we can effcr great in
ducements to parties who wish to buy good
Goods at reasonable prices. Our terms are
cash or country produce taken iu exchange
We onlask the public to giTC us a cill
and examine our stock, and compare prices
and quality. We defy competition.
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE,
Bridge Street, Miffliotown.
Eesi. 21, 1871.
OF NEW YORK.
A WORK DESCRIPTIVE of the CITY OF NEW
YORK in all its VARIOUS PHASES.
lis splendors and wretchedness ; its high an-1
low life ; its marble palaces ai.d dark dens :
iis attractions and dangers; its Rings and
Frauds t its leading men and politicians ; im
aJventurers; its charities; its mysteries and
Illustrated with n:ar!f J50 Fine -Sngrav-ings.
AGENTS WANTED.- Send for circulars
and see our terms i.nl a full deription of
lie work. Address Salional rMishinj Co.,
'' HISTORY Of
The Great Fires
In CHICAGO and the WEST by Rev. E. J.
Goodspeed, D. V., of Chicago Only eom
plct history. "o0 fvo. piges ; 00 engrav
ings. 70.0CO already sold. Trice $2.50.
20. 0 agents made in 20 dav. Profits go to
sufferers. ACEJTS WAITED.
II. S GOODSPEED & CO.,
87 Park Yow, New York.
The greatest il ustrnled Original Story
Paper in America. Eight KtY Original
Stories in fir-t number. No literary treat
equal to it. A;ents and Canvassers wanted
iu every town aad city of the 1'ninn. $19
week easily realize I by the sale of this ex
traordinary Irish and American Journal.
Specimen copies free. For 8:ile by all news
dealers Trice. Gc. ; $2 ol) per year. Ad
dress M. J. i' Leaky & Co.. P. O. Box 6,071,
WHAT TO READ
AND HOW TO READ,
Beir.g c assified Lists of Choice P.eidiug,
with appropriate Hints and Remarks, adap
ted to Ihe General Reader, to Subscriber,
nud lo persons intending to firm collections
of Boot s. 1 vl. 12uio. 152 pages. Pricr,
oO cents. Sent free bv mail on receipt of the
price. I. 1PPLET0I & CO., Publishers,
The Mason & Hajii.im CrcasCo. respect
fully announce tbe introduction of improve
ments of much incro iLnn ordinary intere-I.
HEED AND PIPE CABINET OIJUANS
bein the only successful combination of
REAL PIPES with reeds ever iu ide ;
DAY'S TRANSPOSING KEY-UOAKD,
which can be instantly moved to the right or
left, chanpinir tbe pilch or transposing the
key. For aVutroiyi and descriptions, set Cir
cular. NEW AN'I F.EEt.AN T STYLES OF
DOI HLE REED I AHINKT OKGANS,
at $110, $IM2 and $12."i each. Considering
Capacity, Kleganee, and Thorough Excellence of
Workmanship, these are cheaper than any before
The Mason & Hamlin Organs are acknowl
edged BEST, and from extraordinary facili
ties for manufacture this Company can afford,
and nnw undertake to tell at prices which
VNQIES TIONAIJLY CHEAPEST.
Foca oct vie omnxs $ 0 each ; rivs on.Y
oitUANs $ W'U. 312i and upwards. With three.
. .' of reeds $1V) and upwat.N. Forty styles,
up to $1-31X1 r.7rA.
New J i.i.t strati: i Cat a lain re an-1 Testi
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THAN ONE THOUSAND MUSICIANS, sent
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OFFICERS AND DIKUCTORS
S. S. Deiv.ilkr. Pres't. I lloitT. ( rink
H. Wilson, Yice-Pres't Wm. Patton.
Hekb't Thomas, Trcas. I Jas SriisoKiiKa.
J. F. FrrK.irrr, Sec'y. J. S. Stbixe.
J. B. R.M'HNAN. j M. M. Steicklkb.
Ceo. Doi;ls R. T. Ryon.
For Insurance or Agencies, address
J. F. FRIF.U FF, Sec'y, Columbia, Pa.
WANTED, THIS SPK1NU, "
To improve 1,700.00;) acres nf the best Farm
ing Lands iu Iowa, free from mortgage or
other incumbrance. These lands comprise
the Government railroad grants adjacent to
tbe great I borough fares between Chicago.
Omaha and Sioux City, and lie chiefly in ihe
Middle Region of Western Iowa,
its most fertile and healthful portion (Lrver
and ague being unknown), aud traversed by
railroads in every dir. e'.ion. Now is Ihe
SECI KE A HOME AT l AND 93
per acre, upon long time, with six percent,
interest, iu the 'luxuriant valley of either the
Boycr, the Mnfle, the Soldier or tne Little
Agents ai the stations are provided wilh
teams to show lands free lo purehascrs Send
fur a Guide. It gives prices, terms inscrip
tions, where exploring tickets are sold, and
how to reach the land-i p County mips al
sent free. Address JDHt B. ClLHOl J,
Lanl Commissioner Iowa It. K. Land Co.,
Cedar ltapi ls, Iowa.
SECURE THc ACEHCY AT ONCE
FOR THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE
J. L. FKRCI'SOV,
t hrt nut Strert,
For one or two persons of either sex, in every
town in the Urt ted States, by which they
may realir.e from i ".0 to $1.0 M) per year,
with but litt'e interference with ordinary
occupation. If the whole time is dvoted a
much larger sum will be resided. I'.iys and
girls can nrtke nearly as much as grown peo
ple. Some miking from $7 to Ski 5 per week.
For particiiUrs. addres .1. J. FAKDELL it
CO.. 7G7 Broadway. N. Y.
AGENTS WANTED. Agents make more
money at work for us than at anything
ele. Business light and permanent. Par
ticulars free fl. Stixsox & Co , 7;i Art
Publishers, Portland. Maine.
UO Plana fo , N Y. 'm clas- Sjoo.
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I To Advertisers. All persons who ev
! template making enntrac's with newspaper
! for the insertion of Advertisements should
j send to
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One uondrrd rage ramphlet, containing
Lists of 3,tio0 Newspapers and estimates,
showing the co?t of Advertising, also many
useful bints to advertisers, and some account
of thexpcriences of the experiences of men
who are known as Successful Advertisers.
This firm arc proprietors of the American
Newspaper Advertising Agency,
41 Park Row, IT. Y.
and are pogseised of uneiualed facilities for
securing tbe insertion of advertisements ia
all Newspapers and Periodicals at lowest