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JAMES NORTH. Ag't
I TO AM COI KTUY.
f hif wiJ ilmt fool is advancing in
yiKireu dresses ar lashionable this
Hixiinodos l'reepytery contains
Itv two rhnrches that are served by
The Uwistown lamp lighter.
e.0' jf rl,e bundred
nd fiifv dollars j
t T.tr nave factory of Mr. James Irvin, !
4 ' . , .
laf Rrxit i:p, tl.at was deftrojea tiy
fre no! l .Mg Hince, id b-i.,S rebuilt. 1
4 Jt'itiiK 1'i':kpov was sppoiutrd by ,
& Convention, a delegate to the j
tttiiuiul Convention !
nu'neron to mention lie arti - ;
frt f, r sale at Ur.iy bill's new Hardware
Miin.iNTow.N L dok. No. 131. I.O.
af 0 V will dedicate their uew Hall on
r.dtv, the 2fith inst.
Wbi i G-e d II irs eic'i fir driving over a
J;; . 6
! LrP i" iuki ioviu i.iM it iuu rue raw
U TV.K river within tbe pan week La.
ii on s ri-e. hut the t.rice of Hardware
Siore C.i'l and learn for your
tippiiisf ion af'tr eating, headache.
rrvons ilebilitv, are the ettccw ot nidi
fflion. Une, or two at mo.-t, of I ar-
i'f Purgaf're Pills will give immedi
J h'o ' Anodyne Liit''mnl m iy be '
jmiuittfred to children with perfect uc- j
lajf, iu cases of croup, whooping cough, ,
lllumza. and almost any of the diseases
liich they are liable.
At a meetiug of the MifHin and Pat
ron Kuan Aesociation. held in the
nurt l!ou.e yesterday evening, ?2,S00
jjSrre sold at an average of 40J per ceut.
A man displayed his varieties on
a scant lot, under canvas, iu the burnt
jiViriit, ) erteiiijj-, Lul the greatest va
Hr:v in ! 1 n I ware cau alwavs be found
s-cii grai at Gray bill 'a Hardware
B"!r in ll.e JV.lnre.
iJ the 9:h inst , Judge Junkio deci
the Loc:il Option Law as passed for
he tnrnu!;li of Sliippencbure. to be on
lititiinti .iml. The Judge's decision is
j-ed on h decision rendered by the ?u
Ij-me Couit d this State in 1 SIC. on
lie license qurstinu then agitated, in At-
R V Rp:n ani emphatic recital of the
telinw inj in psid bv a liri in-il narwr to
i i r-,
sn uifaliilile cure for lisping : Hobbs
tets .Si:olband N'obbs : llobtw bnlia
Siiobba and N'obbs ; llobbs nobs w ith
oils and robs Nobb's fobs. That is.
rtys Xollig. the wurst for Dobbsl j ibs,
laid Suoljbs' sobs.
M A r the meeting of Huntingdon Pres-
ytery, last week, at Tyrone, arrange-
Isrnti were made for the ordination of
fa ti ., , .-. . ...
Or.Tbnma.H.errarJas. Gospel Mia- J
Etr at this lac. on ednesdaj the j
id pf June next The ordination ser-!
tt ill commence at 2 o'clock in the '
Mternoou. at the IVeebvteiian church in
"i. .in XH-siis and HavtiaiiD nrp Pn
!T,.,t .. .i. , .
g-u at their national sport of revolt!-
a? " n u pleasant to rt fleet that ones
at is not ca?t among such people It is !
J'o pleaatit. as von va .lm.o- i '
new hinge has been invented that
Bi iTt ,i i
14,..-. -pi- 6 b at
""K'l Jhij I.:.,,.- . Kl., i
f it ,, v" ""5"i
1 vxisyn.l s new Hardware Store.
JosrPU Hoi;.. KK w,3 i.-.tanlW inij
oi ki ou rridar last.
fi'l bt-fure noon.
lie was engaged with
8 in foreinp- .fr..l ...1 .!.
ponderous Lamm,.r fcJl, one 0f
1 Jus of the anvil broke, causing the end
iherail to suddenly fly np and i,
iJkMr.Ho,Wr under the right jaw.
!,t,n?l' throat and mangling his face
nWy. His age was 32 years, and he
r a wife and seven children Lew
ITsks both a"lu"xury and a
ZK ,'f Ir0I,fr naged. The Light
2 a"a B,ack Spanish varieties hare
J me "'to preat favor, because of the su
2nnt Prfit derived from them. Persons
of obuining either one or both
? Tar,e,i nd. can do ao by ad
TmaS or calli,,- on w w r-,i
akk . o ii . i unci,
V"U,"J. uo will furnish
'J SO i- wramah variety at
Uv ',::r "r,of tbew
i 1,1 crnlj.
, 7 , " ,T A new swindling
J-a.iu.ppem.ee, d th
public are cautioned .g.inel 5t, Tbe
peron whoa it i, desired to rictimi.e
receive a handsome! writ
from a fcjpothetical gift concert agent, I
uug ulm tuat ue haa drawn a
j piano, worth $500. at "the late drawing."
j nd "Twrting the remittance of the
( small earn of 34 to cover expense of box-
jag and expressing. If the victim bites.
he will wait long and vainly forhia 500
Poo. I bit tnek baa plied successful! v
in some Weateni eitias. and the' public
ill j rt
we" Fy ao attention to such
ciiwilara, which will ttndonbtedJj fad
their way in this vicinity before long.
Thf New York Tr-bun', publishes a
remedy for diptberia, which is said by
many to be a sore cure. A physician
says that of 1000 cases in which it has
been used not a single patient has been
lost. Tbo treatment consists in thnr.
j Mghly swabbing the back of the mouth
i aud throat with a wash made thus :
Table salt, two drachms; black pep
per, golden seal, nitrate of potash, alum.
. 1 aha I s l m DOHII -VI iv mtiA
Pt into a teacup, wliicli half nil with
boiling water, stir well and then fill up
with good vinegar. Use every half
hoar. one. two and four hours, as rocov-
(,ry yrngreBi -r,e patent may gwal
i low a little each time Apply ao ounce
rach of spirits turpentine, sweet oil and
A , txm l.U f
ni """"-. . .-v.
1" 'l'roat "a t0 lne Dresl Done- cver7
Tour hours, keeping flannel to the part.
To thr Sciiooi. Directobs .f Jim
" Uointv : in pursu
ance of the forty-third section of the act
(f 8,j Mav iS5. .. u ber. by noti-
&ed t0 mp'tt j Convention at the Court
1 Honu. in Mifflintown. on the fiist Tuei-
!lym May, A. D. 1S72 being tbe aev-
'nlli "7 lu nntn, at l o cloca in
i the aftern-ion, and select, n'rti rote, by
I a ronjurity nf the whole number of di
! . j i -u i
j scientific acquirements, aud of skill and
.experience in the art ot teaching, as
! County Superintendent, for the three
( 3 . .1
' ""cceeuiiig years ; aeienniue me araouui
rtBUlt 10 lne olle oufnmwa
dent, at Harrisburg, as reuA tka
thirty-ninth and fortieth sections of said
GEO W LLOYD,
County Supt. of Juniata County.
The Timsville Mming Herald of the
10th iust , chronicles the death of Mr
Knoch L. Anderson The following
obituary uoiice, taken from the above
named paper, will be read with interest
by the citizens of Tuscarora Valley,
among whom be lived some sixty years :
We referred yesterday to the danger
ous illness of .Mr. Enoch L. Anderson,
father of George K. Anderson, Esq., of
this city. We have to day to chrouicle
the fatal termination cf his illuess, which
occurred at three o'clock yesterday
morning, at the residence of his son
The deceased was in the 76th year of
his age, and was born iu Cumberland
county. Pa. He came of good Bevolu
tionaiy stock. His father was Colonel
KuiH'b Au ier-oo, who was one of five
brothers who served in the Revolution
ary war, or in Geo Washington's army,
as the saying was. Tbe brothers of
Enoch Anderson settled ia Maryland,
Tennessee and Kentucky, and have en
joyed State and National honors to a re
markable extent, twenty of the family
having been members of the House of
Kepreaentalives at Washington, and four.
United States Senators. One of the
uncles of the deceased aud the most dis
tinguished of the name was for eighteen
years a member of the United Slates
Senate, and at one time President of that
body, and filled at one period the ntfice
of Comptroller of the Treasury. A cou
sin of the deceased was for forty years
in the United States Treasury depart
ment, and a few years since contributed
some interesting reminiscences to this
'.'tr. Anderson inherited a good name.
He kept it pure through all trials and
temptations From 1800 to 1S63 tbe de
ceased resided iu East Waterford, Juniata
County, in this State.- There he reared
a large family, of ten children, nine of
whom three sons and six daughters
wnom tnree sons ana biz aaugnters
nrvin h- wkh lis egtiraab.eVldo
,,tji j vigorous health The deceased
followed the tantiiner business for fortv
ypr. "d ' cultivated a farm. In
.1S63' he took "P Li 'lence here with
his son, Mr. George K. Anderson.
IIandso.mk T.mi'Rovemk.vt The front
.i l -i I; ; . i i r .1
"I tie Dniiuin? inienueu ior tne new
i i. v.. oi v.:..i. tl:.j .. . k:
handsoraily improved. The windows on
the second story are being altered to suit
the modern style of architecture, the iron
i0"1 w' "oon be placed ia position and
,a nieht of marble steps are being placed
the hall entrance to the building,
., ., r L
wniie tue Dase or me entire ironi wiu ue
of handsome marble.
The above was clipped from the Ilar
risbnrg Pafri'ot of the 13th inst., and it is
with pleasure that we announce that our
fellow citizen, James North Esq., is
closely indentified with tbe enterprise
that the Patriot refers to.
Barvlm, the greatest living showman,
will exhibit his monster combination show
at Ilarrisburg, about the middle of May.
Coi'aiis, Coins, ad TaaoAT ArracnoB.
As all seasons of the year, many people seem
to be suffering with Throat Diaeases, manifeet
ing themselves in various forms such as
Coughs, Bronchitis, Laryngitis, Asthma,
Pthisic, and other highways to that prince of
terrors Consumption. Hundreds are neg
lectful when they are slowly but surely drift
ing onward to certain destruction, who might
with a little care, and by the use of proper
remedies, check their downward tendency.
Dr. J. Briggs' Throat and Lung Healer is the
acme of perfection for the speedy care of all
diseases ot the Throat. Lungs, and Chest
Can be given to the infant and aged with per
fect safely, as it contains no injurious drugs
of any description. As a general household
medicine, it is rapidly becoming indispensa
ble. Bold by Druggists. .
GO to the Jckiata Sbktiubi. Job Prini'M
Office for all kinds of Plain and Faney
McCULLY In McAlisterrille, on the 11th
inst., Andrew AlcCully, in the 80th year of
his age. ' - , ,
DAYI8 On the 12th int., ia this borough,
Willirm W. Davis, publisher of the Juniata
Republican, aged 31 years, 11 months and 14
DOCG H M AN On the 12th inst. in this
borough, Belle M., daughter of George aud
Elizabeth M. Doughman, aged 2 years and 3
months. ' '"
WFFLINTOWN 4 PATTERSON 1ARKETS
PRICKS OF BOARD OF COMMXRCE
Bcpartad waakl far ta Jsmaa Isnmait
7 tka Board of Cemaeree of Xifflia and Pat-
Batter V rb 26
eggs, dot . .,
Beoawax ..... ...............,
" Peaches, pared ...
" Peaches, uopared...
" Cherries, pitted
Country Hams -............
Sides and Shoulder...
Potatoes. K bus
Ground Alum Salt, ) aack."..."!
Locust Posts, mortising
" ' for board fence..
SHELLEY 8TAMBACGH S PRICES CUR
RENT. Corrected Weekly.
Cbtstal Palacb, Mifflintown,
April 17, 1872. (
Prime Ro'.l Butter, per lb 25
Eggs, per dozen 18
Lard, per lb Oft
Tallow, per lb 08
Dried Apples, per !b 09
Bacon. Sides smoked, per lb - 07
Shoulder, smoked, ... 07
llama, " 12
D. K. SULoUFF'S PRICES CURRENT
Wueat, i bus ......
Cora... ........ ....... ...... ......... ....
Oats ......... ... ........... .............
Prepared Coal, ton
Xui " "
.. $1 65
. 4 50
.. 3 50
.. 4 75
Run of Log, 4 4, $ 1000 ft $24 00
5-8, " 16 00
" 8 4, ' 25 00
' ' 6-4, " 2800to4000
Hemlock Frame, " 17 00to20O0
" Boards, " 1800to2000
Whitepine worked Flooring............. 28 00
German Siding 2800
Panel Doors j 75 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, j) window....... 00
" " 9x12. 75
10il2, - 80
" " 10x14, " 90
PaiLADKLPkiA. April 16, 1872.
Flofb The demand is falling off both for
export and for tha supply of tbe home trade.
500 bbis aold, including
Superfine $5 255 75
Extras $i 0U6 60
N. W. Extra Family.. ...... $7 37)7 75
Ohio it lnd. do. do $7 50(5,8 00
Penna. do. do $7 25(o7 75
Fancy Brands.......... $8 609 00
Gbais Wheat is less active and prices
are lower. Pales of 10'M bus: Peon, red at
$t 64l bfl -JS baa. Cora Wa final; ,-
of 200U bus. Peon, and Del. yellow at 69c ;
5000 bns. mixed western at 67c. Oats met
with a stoady inquiry : 6000 bushels sold 55
a56e for white, and fee for mixed. Rye has
advanced ; 500 busbelj of western sold at
Seeds There is more doing in clover;
50U buBbels soli at 8a0e V lb. Flaxseed
at $2 10, and Timothy at $ t7 V bushel.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Mondat, April !5 4 P. M.
The arrivals and sales of Beef Cattle at the
Avenue Drove yard reached about 19U0 head
this week. Tbe market was mo Urately Mo
tive, and prices were rather firmer, extra
Penn. and western steers selling at 7ae, a
few choice lots at 8e, fair to good at 9a7e,
and common at 5ilo lb gross, as to qual-
Cows asd Calves are dull. Sales at $3Ja
50. Receipts, 250 head.
Sheep met a good demand. Sales of choice
at PJaM'Jn. the latter for exira; fair to good
nt 8'.Uc f lb, and common at $lao "JJ head.
Receip'is, 12.000 head.
Ilous were also in demand. We quote
still fed at $6 50, and corn-fed at $6 75m6 25
100 ltt. Receipts. 5552 hear.
A HANDSOME MOUSTACHE !
MOUSTACHE. Pror. ST. CROIX'8 Fch
WHISKERS. Cohpoukd, The Great' HAIR
MOUSTACHE. GROWER, will produee a
WHISKERS, luxurient MOUSTACHE or
WHISKERS on the smoothest
face. Pleasant to use. Sent
to any address on receipt of
11. T. BOND, CHEMIST.
N. E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Sts.,
Feb 14, '72-ly Philadelphia.
THE GREAT DISc5vERy!
KunkeFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
KCXKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON
will effectually cure Liver Complaint, Dys
pepsia. Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous De
bility, Chronic Diarrhea. Diseases of the Kid
neys, and all diseases arising from a Disor
dered Liver, Stomach or Intestines, such as
Constipations. Flatulence. Inward Piles, Full
ness of Blood to the head. Acidity of the
Stomach, auea, Disgust for rood, Fullness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Flut
tering at the pit of toe stomach, fwimming
of the Head, Fluttering at tbe Heart, Cho
king or suffocating Sensations when in a lying
posture. Yellowness of the Skin and Cyes,
constant imaginings of evils and great de
pression of spirits. THET ARE ENTIRELY
VEUETAdLE and free from Aieoboue stimu
lants and all injurious ipgredients, and are
pleasant in taste and smell, mild in their
operations, will remove impurities from the
body, and give hoalth and vigor to the frame
KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON.
Tbis truly valuable Tonic has been so
thoroughly tested by all classes of the com
munity that it is now deemed indispensible
a a Tonic medicine. It eosts but little,
purifies tbe blood and gives tone to the stom
ach, renovates the system and prolongs life.
I now only ask a trial of this valuable Tonic.
Price $1 per bottle. E F. KUNKEL. Sole
Proprietor, N. E. corner TENTH and CHEST
NUT Sts.. Philadelphia.
ASK FOR KONKEL'8 BITTER WINE OF
IRON AND TAKE NO OTHER.
If your Druggist has it not, enclose $1.00
to my Address, and the medicine, with ad
vice free, will follow by next express train
to yon- Feb. 28, 72-6m.
Trb Oswabu Pbocbbss or Scibbcb. It is
aa indisputed fact that tha skill of man is
daily developing improvements in various de
partments of industry. Each and all have
aa aim for our general welfare. One of the
most desirable and long wished for reeults
has been accomplished in the discovery, by
Dr. J. Brigga. of his Cora and Bunion Rem
edies, his Alleviator for the cure and preven
tion of common Corns, and his Curative for
the absolute our of Festered Coras, Inflamed
Bunions, Ingrowing Nails, Sore lastep. Blis
tered Heels. Tender Feet, c, Ac. Sold by
Applicants for License.
NOTICE is hereby given that the follow
ing named person Kate filed their pa
pers in tbe Protbonotary's office, and will
make application for license at b? next session
of Court, oo Wednesday, April 24th, 1873 :
Jacob Wills, tavern, Mifflintown.
Simon Albright, tavern, Mifflintown.
Gideon 1 In! toman, tavern, Beale lwp.
Thomas Cox, tavern. Greenwood twp.
Amos Snvder. tavern. Thompsontowa.
Absalom Moyer, tavern, Susquehanna twp
Henry Fry moyer, tavern, "
Cyrus Sieber, tavern, Monroe twp. .'
- Samuel Rumbaughj. tavern, Mqnraa tjp.
Caleb Parker, tavern. Patterson.
Joaa Hays, I vera a ad rastauriat, Feiter-
Franklin Shields, tavsra. PerrystttU.
Barak Sbialda. Uvera. Fayette twp..
Clay M. Parker, restauraat, PaMarav.
TVTOTICE is hereby given to the ei tissue of
XI Juniata eounty that they will nave tne
privilege of aubscribing to the stjek of the
Tuscarora Valley Railroad Company, at tha
following times and places, vis :
East Waterford. Tueaday, Wednesday and
Thursday, April 30th. May 1st and 2nd, 1872,
between the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M. and 8
P. M. each day.
At Waterloo, Friday, Kay 3rd.
At Peru Mill", Saturday, May 4th.
At McCoysville, Monday, May 6th.
At Conn's Store. Tuesday, May 7th.
At Pomeroy's Store, Wednesday, May 8th.
At Johnstown. Thursday. May 9th.
At Herltler's Store, Fiiday, May 10th.
At Perrynville, Saturday, May 11th
At Patterson, Monday, May 13th.
At Mifflintown, Tuesday, May 14lb.
The law requires that Five Dollars be paid
on each share When it is subscribed.
By order of
April 3. 1 872-3 1
PROCLAMATION Whsbeas tub Hoa.
Besjamis F. Juiiaix. President Jude-e of
the Court of Common Pleas of tbe 9th Judi
cial Distr-ct, composed of the counties of
Juniata, Perry and Cumberland,' and the
Hona. Jobatbab WrfisEa and Jonl Kooxs,
Judges of thi Court of Common Pleas
of Juniata eounty, have issued their precept
to me oirectea, bearing date the 9th day of
February, 1871, for holdina a Court of Over
and Terminer and General Jail Delivery, and
General Quarter Sessions of the Peaoe, at
.Mimiutown, on tbe fourth Moxnaraf April,
1872, being the 22nd day of tbe month :
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVES to tbe Coro
ner, Justices of tbe Peace and Constables of
the county of Juniata, that they be then and
there in their proper person, at 10 o'eloek in
the forenoon of said day. With records, in
quisitions, examinations and other remem
brances, to do those things that to their offi
ces reepeetively appertain, and those that are
bound by recognisance to prosecute against
the prisoners that are or then may be ia the
Jail of said county of Juniata, be then and
there to prosecute against them as shall be
By an Act of Assembly, passed the 8th dav
of May, A. D. 1854. it is made tbe duty oi
tbe Justices of the Peace of the eevsral coun
ties of this Commonwealth to return to the
Clerk of the Ccnrt of Quarter Sessions of the
Peace, of the respective counties, all the re-
.enixances entered into before them by any
person or persons ebarged wltn ihm oeuimls
eion of any crime, except such cases as may
be ended before a Justice of the Peace, under
tbe existing laws, at least ten days before the
commencement of the session of the Court te
which they are made it turnable respectively
and in all cases where any recognizances are
entered into less than ten davs before the
commencement of tha seeeion to which they
are made returnable, the sai l Justices sre re
quired to return tbe same in the same manner
aa if said act had not been passed. ,
Hated at Mifflintown, the ZOta day el
March, in the year of our Lord due thou
sand eight hundred and seventyHtwat
JOSEPH AUD, Skerif.
Sheriff's Office, Mifflintown,
March 20, I8J2. J .... . i .
List of Causes for Trial at April Term,
Commonwealth for nse, Ac, Vs. Job a Die-
trick et al. Ns. 63, February Term, 1871
Jesse Reed. Adm'r, Ac., vs James McCon-
nell, et aL No. 94, April Term, 1871.
Jesse need, Adm r, Ac , vs Henry McCon-
nall, et al. No. 100, April Term. 1871.
William Hackett vs Irvin C. Stewart. No
178. April Term, 1871.
John Kinier vr Abraham Bieber. . No. 1.
September Term, lo, 1.
John Shenelof vs James Coulter, Ex'r. Ac
No. 62, September Term, 1871.
James P. Smith vs S T. McCulloch. No.
7, September Term, 1871.
N. S. Buckingham va D. R. P. Baalor. No
113 September Term, 1871.
Elipbas Wilson, endorsee, so., vs. James
Robison. No. 109. September Term. 1871.
Able A Woodburu vs Benjamin Duller and
Joseph Ilubler. No. 123, September I , '7!.
William W. Wilson vs Amu H. Martin.
hx r., Jc. No. I3o, September Term, 1871.
James Kerlin vs J. B. M. Todd, et sL No.
142, September Term, 1C71.
Joseph Pomeroy vs Henry Kepner. No. 14
December Term, 1871.
T. van Irwin vs John Robison. No. 15,
December Term, 1871.
Christian Benner vs Jacob Himes. No. 22,
December Term, 1871.
Elizabeth Beale, et al vs P. R. R. Co. No.
55, December Term, 1871.
J- Frank & Co. vs Wallace M. Bralton.
No. 68, December Term, 1871. -
Louis E. Atkinson vs Anon Miller. No.
78. Deeewber Term. 1871.
Robert C. Oallagher vs Cornelius SIoClcl-
lan. No. 81, December Term, I8 I.
Henry W. Overman vs William Given. No.
No 52, February Term. 1872.
W. A. Toony va S. B. Caveny, et al. No.
79, February Term. 1872.
Wm. Edmiston. for use vs Daniel Coffman.
No. 4, April Term, 1872.
R. E. M'JiEEN, Prolhonotary.
Mifflintown. March 16, 1872.
List of Jurors for April Term, 1872
Qreenwood John Hihhs.
Spruce Hill David Palmer, John Brack
bill. Delaware Joseph Michael, Jes. Brandt-
Wslker Abram O'Nail:
Fermanagh Elias Horning, Robert Rey
nolds. Milford S. B. Deen.
Prrrysville Jacob Beidler, David Hawo,
J It Okeson.
Tuscarora John Evans, J K McCIure, G
Beale J II Crosier, John W MeCInra.
Patterson I C James.
Fayette Amos Gray bill, Vf W Watts, Eli
Longacre, John Heckman.
. Susquehanna Elias Crawford.
Lack Joseph Gray.
Perrysville H H Brenisholtx,1 'Cyrus M
Funk, Henry Willi.
Milford Wm McCahan, Wm Gnss, Leyssan
Fermanagh Wm Banks, George Hower,
John G Hackenberger, John Batenline.
Monroe S C Stranser, Tobias Iteasom,
Beale J S Brown. J L Dearing.
Delaware C G Winey, John Brant, Mi
Spruce Hill John Wisehsupt, Jr.. Rdb't
Memmeager, John Culbertson. Wm Graham,
J B Okeson.
Mifflintown J C Kepner, D W Harley.
Tnsearora John Sarvis. Samuel Lawson,
Henry Morrow, John Randolph, Wm Robin
son, James Deea.
Patterson David Hollmaa, Wm Hart man.
Lack Johnson Kennedy, Thomas Murphy,
Ephraim Young, John Patterson, Samuel
Fayette Sam'l Watts, E It Bibbs, Isaac
Turbet Cyrus M Hench.
Susquehaanah John Klinger, Jr.
WalkerJacob Rickenbauih. Josiah Gin
grich. . I
Bra wood HamsoB Mtaaium, A ism J
Tsehubb, James SCoi.
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
WOOD fc WILLOW WARE
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OIL CLOTHS, &C, &C.
BA. If yon want to see an entire new
stock of Goods at Low Prices, call at
NEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING,
SHELLEY k STAMBAUtiH.
Nov. 29, 1871.
UUQW GEO HE!
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES A PRICES
reported weekly by C. B A RILEY, op
posits the Post Office, Mifflintown, Pa :
Cheese, Ohio .
Molasses, Porto Rieo, "jt gal-...
Srup, Honey Bee-
" Amber ...........
Melted Sugar ;
" Extra C......
L -own. ......-.-..
Coffee, Rio, Choice
" ' " Fair
' Roasted (Arbuckles)
Tea, Imperial, Finest
" Oolong. "
Salt, Ground Alum
Mackeral, No. 2 (new) bbl
Brooms, No. I
" No. S
Buckets, Painted, 2 hoops....- ..
Tin Cups -
Tin Dish Pans
Tin Cullenders. ...m
Tin Wash Tans
Boots, Men's Calf.
" " Kip.
1 50a 1 75
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting
Potatoes, Irish -
8weet, b) peck -
Coal Oil, gallon ......... -
Cash paid for eggs.
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
Grain, Lumler, Coal,
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &e., Sold at the
Having heats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, Aa., cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy oompeti-
Ton can make money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Gbais will aa bbcbitbo m sroaa to bs
SOLD BT THB 1st OS JuSS, 1871.
P. 3. Our grain ia not elevated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1871.
CJ13 Market Street,
We have opened for the SPRING TRADE,
the largest and best assorted Stock of
Table, Stair and Floor Oil Cloths, Win-
slow Shaaes aa Paver, Carpet
Chain. Cotton, Yarn, Batting,
Waadiwa, Twiaea, Wicks,
Clocks, Looking Glasses,
Fancy Baskets, Brooms
Woodca ana Willow Ware ia the United
Our large increase in business enables us
to sell at low prices and furnish the bsst
quality of Goods.
SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
CELEBRATED AMERICAN WASHES,
Over 13,000 Sold ia 8 la Moaths.
Terms : Carpets. 60 days.
All ether goods, 30 days. Net.
A TTOBXEY AT LA tV,
; MIFFLINTOWN, PA.
OSee on Bridge street, ia the room formerly
senpiad by Exra D. Parker, Esq.
DR. P. C.
DEALER IN EVERYTHING THAT
DRUG STO RE.
The public attention is also iuvited to his large assortment f
Perfe c t o c3, tSijp eta cles.
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantage to
call, as they will find tbe largest stock iri the eonuty to fieWt trots. COME .
AND HAVE VOUR EVE-SIGUT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS AND HABMON'ICONS ; ALSO A SPLENDID J
f OILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock of NOTIONS
and old. at the
JOSEPH WKCH, Principal.
SPRING TERM BEGINS APRIL 1st.
Successful. Thorough, Economical, Healthful -
Tbe oldest anJ most reliable Institution for
obtaining a Mercantile Education.
JOirPraclical business mon as Instructor!.
For information write for a circuljf to
P. DUFF A SONS, Pittsburg. Pa.
Cheap Farms ! Free Homes !
0!f THIS LINE OF TUB
1751017 PACIFIC RAILROAD
A LAND GRANT OP
i a, 000,000 AC.iiF.s
Best Farming and Mineral Lands in America.
3,000,000 ACRES IX NEUKASKt,
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
riAiiDEN bf West.
NOW FOR SALE !
These lands are in tbe' central portion of
the L'nileil States, on the 41st degree of North
Latitude, the central line of the great Tem
perate Zone of tbe American Continent, and
for grain growing and stock rsiftltrg Unsur
passed by any in the United States.
CHEATER IN PRICE
terras given, and more convenient to maiket
than can be found elsewhere.
FREE HOMESTEADS FOR 4CTC1L SETTLERS.
The Best Locations for Colonies.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
frei Passes to Purchasers of Land.
Snd for the new Descriplive Pamphlet,
with uew maps, published in English, Ger-
man, Swedish and Danish, mailed tree every-
where. Address 0. F. PATIS,
Land Commissioner, U. P. K. K Co.,
The Masox A Havli Oroas Co', retpect
ft lly announce the introduction of improve
ments of much mere than ordinary interest.
REED AND PIPE CABINET ORGANS !
being the only successful combination of
KEAL ril'ES with reeds ever made ;
DAY'S TRANSPOSING KEY-BOARD,
which can be instantly moved to tbe right or
left, changing the pitch or transposing the
key. tor drawings and descriptions, tet Cir
cular. NEW AND ELEGANT STYLES OF
DOI'HLE REED CABINET ORGANS,
at $140, $132 and $125 each. Considering
Otpaeity, hlegance, and Thorough Excellence of
norkinanship, these are cheaper than any before
The Mason & Hamlib Organs are acknowl
edged (EST, and from extraordinary facili
ties for manufacture this Company can afford,
and now undertake to sell at prices which
Foe a octave oroass $50 each ; nrs octavb
oegass $100. $125 and upwards. . With three
sets of reeds $150 and upwards. Forty styles,
up to $ 1 500 each.
Nsw I llfstbated Catalogue, and Testi
monial Circular, wiih opinions of MOKE
THAN ONE THOUSAND MUSICIANS, sent
MASON At HAMLIN ORGAN CO.,
151 Tremont St.. Itostoo. 59ti Broadway, N.Y.
PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS,
S40, su, 7o and 9100.
GOOD, ETJEASLE AND CHEAP !
Shipped Ready lor Use I
J. W. CHAPMAN ft CO . Madison, lnd.
SEND FOR Cir.CULAK.
Columbia Fire Insurance Company
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
S. S. Detwileb, Pres't. I Robt. Cease
II. Wilsos, Vice-Pres't Wit. Pattom.
Herb't Thomas, Trees. I Jas Scrrokder.
J. F. FacEAcrr, Sec'y. J. S. Strike,
J. B. Bacha. I M. M. Stbickixb.
Geo. Bogle ft. T. Rroa.
For Insurance or Agencies, address
J. F. FKl'EMFF, See'y, Cela-aahla, Pa.
BEFORE ASSURING TOUR LIFE, ex-
frif" amine the new Tontine Savings .Fund
plan, just introduced by the EQUITABLE
LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETV or NEW YuRK
by which an-endowment policy is granted at
about half rates.
End of lOyrs, 104 pr et. of premiums return'd
" 15 151 "
" 20 " 201 "
New business, 1871, $11,300,000, largest in
Assets, $18,000,OCO Inoomo, $8,000,000
Reliable Agents wanted everywhere. Ad
dress I. L. REGISTER, General Agent.
828 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.
TIE Fesaale Soldier I Caseied ; or. The
female Soldier. Tbe Thrilling Adven
tures, Experiences and Escapes of a Woman
as Spy, Serut and Nurse, in Camps, Battle
Fields and Hospitals, 12 full-page illustra
tions, and portrait on steel. Tbis absorbing
book, elegautly illustrated, erown 8vo.t and
beautifully bound in cloth, richly ornament
ed in black and gold, is sold only by sub
scription. Price $2.25. Philadelphia Pub--liskmy
Co., Philadelphia, Pa. Tbe Agents
who first send $1.25 for outfit will get tbe
territory for this fast selling book.'
and aU who contemplate Building, supplied
with our new Illustrated Catalogue on re
ceipt of stamp.
WSt A. J. Bicksell A Co., Architectural
Book Publishers.- 27 Warren St., N. Y.
A Large assortment ot Queeasware, China,
ware. Glassware, Crockery ware, Cedar
ware, te., tor sale cheap by
TILTES ft ESPEXSCHABE'S.
RUNDIO. , r,
, . .'..;'.) tit tt i
CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS 3, ; ,
Something for ereryhody, young .
PATTElkSOX DRUG STORE
ACENT WANTED FOR
of new york:
A WORK DESCRIPTIVE of the CITY OF NEW
YORK in all its VARIOUS PHASES;
Its splendors and tfretchedness ; its high ahl
low life ; its marble palntss and Hark dens ;
its attractions and daifgs ; its kings a Sal
Frauds $ its leading men ail 1 politicians; ils
adventurers ; its charities ; its mjsteries and
Illustrated with ntnrlv iiO Fine Engrav
ings. Send fur C'uculjrf, vrilk trnu and a fall de
scription of (he iror. National PuKUhir-f 0 ;
To'se!l tbo ImjrovftJ Florence Sewing Jlst
our dijerent ttitehe.
, Rnnz the trork four ten;.
Fastent its own ends.
For Beauty, Simplicity And I'lirabtlity, is
without equal. Liberal terms. Salesroom,
So. 11:24 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
WILSON PENNY PACKER. Managers.
A GENTS WASTED. Agetlts make more
x. monry at work for us than at anything
eliC. I5u-inc8S light and permanent. Par
ticulars free. G. Stixsos A Co., Fine Art
Publishers, Portland. Maine.
TT G Pla ., '. Y.
ist class $290.
J Ui N
No .A rent s. Names of patrons irt
40 States in Circular.
tipply af Bark issaresl. Price Eeelntesl.
BLISS. KEENE It CO'S Fluid Extraef
Rheumatism.' Neurala-ia. I'ulinon'ar Com-
I plaints. Ulcers, Salt Kheura, Skin Diseases,
all Blood DieasH. Is pnrely vegetable.
! The best ino-xn liUioil Purifier, Sold by all
Drujrjists. Price, $3 per bottle. Observe
' the trade mark. Semi for Circular. Offlce,
60 C edar 8t , Sew Tark.
, Al A AD It h 1 II D
j VI 1 1 II Forany caseof Ulind. Bleed-
ing. Itching or Llceratett
Piles that De Bixq's Pile
RiMttiT fails to cure. It is prepared express-
ly to cure the Piles, and nothing else. - Sold
by all Druggists. Price, $1.00".
SEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
E. JS- PARKER,
(Succestor to MARTIN A WALTERS.)
HAVING purchased the Ntore of Martin &.
Walters, on Main St , in . M. Relford's
store room, the undersigned woulA. respect
fully inform tbe puhlio ttm be has a new and
carefully selecfed stock of GOODS Of the
cry best quality, comprising in part, cf
H ATS AND CAPS,
FURS, WOOD AND WILLOW.WAKE, and iit
short every article twrally kept in a well
lie intends selling exclusively for CASH or
in exchange for COUNTRY rP.'JDl'CE. By
so doing he will be able io sell goods s cheap
as Ihe cheapest. Call and examine bis stock.
13a- HIGHEST PKirr pa in t v Ttt a nK
FOR ALL KINDS OF COUNTRY PRODUCE.
E. S. PARKER,
(Bedford's Store-room) Mnin Stme'.
FOR CoSTIVf.NF.tS, BfLLIOfSNESS anrl
Liver roMPnir nse Da. MERRICK'S
S io a it Coat kD Vegetable Pills, the
best in use:
FOR Pais iv Tim Back or Sinn, oit
Rheumatism, use DR. MERRICK'S
Kid Strenotiiesixo I'lastebs.
FOR Catarrh, or Cot.D in thh Heap;
use DR. PERKIN S Fdmioator.
FOR all Litk STortt nse Harvfll's
The above articlee are among toe best in
Satisfaction guaranteed or tbe money re
funded. Sold by BANKS Af HAMLIN and KEPNER
& SON. Agents, Mifflintown. Pa., and Dr. P.
C. RUNDIO, Taitersori, Pa , and tbe trade
. L. W. WARNER k CO..
7 Murray Street, New York.
Feb U 72 -3m
EYRE & LANDELL,
Fourth and Arch Sfs., ThilatTn.,
DEALERS IN FINE
JDIfcY GOODS !
Established ia 140.
Best GLOVES only.
15,000 GOOtJ BLACK SILKS.
Wholesale and Retail.
feb 20, '72-et