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Wednesday Morning, Kay 15, 1872.
B. F. SCII WEIER,
GENERAL U. S. GRANT.
GEN. JOHN F.HARTRANFT
OF MOXTGOMXKT CUCXTT.
FOR SUPREME JUDGE,
HON. ULYSSES MERCUR,
OF BlAiRl cointt.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL,
GEN. HARRISON ALLEN,
Or WAKRKX COCXTT.
FOR COXGRLSSMEJi AT LARGE,
GFK. HARRY WHITE, of Indian.
GEN. LEMl EL TODD, of Cumberland.
Hf I F.GATES AT LARGE TO THE CONS'. I
WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia.
J. 01 I.I.I N(t II AM I ELL, Philadelphia
Gen. HAKKY WHITE. Indiana.
Gen. WILLIAM LILLY. Curbon-
I. INX HAKTHOIIMEW, Schuylkill.
II. X. M'ALISTEK, Oulre.
WILLIAM DAVIS. Monroe.
JAXIErf L. KEYXOLDS. Lancaster.
SAiiLEL E. DIM MICK. Wayne.
GKoUGt: V. LAWRENCE. Washington.
DAVID N. WHITE, Allebheny.
W. II. AlLY, Lehigh.
JOHN" If. WALKER. Erie.
GEO. P. ROWEL L 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York
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i. hi. rtl l livjill ox v.u,, u rarx now, n. i, i
Are our sole agents io that city, and re au
to contract for advertising at our
Advertiser? in that city are le-
quested to leave their furors with either of
fhe almve houses,
REAMS MATTER ON EYERY PAGE.
The pipws report Wendell Phillips
as ngiinst Greeley.
Last Friday the people of the South
decorated the graves of their rebel dead.
The papers say that one Boston phy
sician has been re-vaccinated fifty times.
A disastrous ll'Md swept over a por
tion of Iudia some days ago. One thou
sand lives were lost.
Late despatches from Europe say that
Minister Curtiii has no sympathy what
ever with the Cincinnati movement
Twenty men were instantly killed,
and a number fatally wounded by an
explosion of gunpowder anJ coal oil at a
town in Greece.
A New Yorker was arrested last Wed
nesd.iy, charged with having forged fif-!
teen thousand dollars worth of Allen
town Fetm. School bonds.
The National Democratic executive
Committee hive determined that the
Ietnocratic National Convention shall be
held at lialtimore, on the 9ih of July
Three wealthy New York ladies are
about to build and make complete in all
its apartments an institution fur the med
ical education of females. Is this ne
On the 17th inst., the Pennsylvania
Iabnr Reformers met in State Conven
tion at Willis raspoit, and nominated
Wm. P. Shell, of Bedford county, for
overnor. Chief Justice Thompson for
Supreme Court, and Senator Billingfelt
for Auditor General.
despatches report that Colonel W. E.
Cameron, editor of the 1'etersbug Pro
gress and a member of the Conservative
Executive Committee, has resigned the
editorship in consequence of a- disagree
ment with the proprietors of the Prog
rss, who disapproved of bis advocacy of
A special despatch last Wednesday
from London says : A majority of Erie
Railroad shareholders here have com
bined for making Col. Thomas A. Scott
president. The A merican board and
Mr. Scott have telegraphed sufficient as
surances, and the combination is consid
Tub Democratic State Convention of
Tennessee met at Nashville on last Thurs
day, and among other resolutions re
solved that, considering the condition of
national politics, it were better for the
Democratic party not to nominate can
didates for President and Vice President,
bnt center their strength on Greely.
Certain parties have been trying to
couple Senator Morton's namq with the
Cincinnati movement. In a despatch
dated at Washington on the 10th inst ,
he tells Richard Smith, of the Cincinnati
Colette, his position, as follows :
I shall not be a candidate for Presi-
dent under any circumstances. I am
not for changing front. I am for General
Grant first and last, and believe he will
te nomiuatea in i liiladelphia and re
elected iu November, and that no combi
nation can be made by which he will be
defeated. Any attempt by anybody to
use my name in a scheme for his defeat
I utterly condemn and repudiate. I have
been for bis te election ever since bis ad
ministration bad a fair trial, and my
faith in his success cannot be shaken by
any arrangement that can be made be
tween the members of the Cincinnati
Convention and the Democratic party.
O. P. Morton.
Labor This Country it Home -The Fe
pnbliean Parly it Best Friend. The
Chinese or Cooly Question.
On Thursday and Friday evenings of
last week, a stranger, an orator, nude bis
appearance in Mfflin, and after dark
delivered a speech from a store box placed
on the street at Belford'e corner, on the
suliject of labor and tlio cooly traffic.
Whence he came and whither he went
report does not say. His language was
well coined and pleasantly and forcibly
delivered. He would not have it said
tL-t he is working for pay in the interest
' of till Labor Reform movement, and to
j appear consistent, he lifted a collection
j to pay. he said, Lis cuircnt expenses. A
i fiiend passed the hat around. Occasion-
I ally he would make a thiust at ncn peo
Die and cnoiulists. as if to incite tae
I prejudice of bis bearers against them.
I The question of labor and the preser-
! vation of its rights is a great question,
It should not be approached lightly, flip
nanllv and without concern. It h God's
j law that man should labor, and no schemes
that man can devise cau frustrate the ful
fillment of that law. But men some
times so adjust human laws that the
heavy burdens must be borne continually
by certain classes, while others are ex
empt frani them. For example, the South
imposed all of her physical labor on the
colored people, while Russia imposed it
on a class of white people called serfs.
j In other European countries laws have
beeu so adjusted that thoe who are rich
cau remain rich by the entailment of prop
erty owned by their families from gener
ation to generation, regardless of debts
that may Lave been contracted. The
result is tlie rich rcmaiu rich, and the
poor remain poor, no matter how much
or how little merit there is among the
respective parties ; and this is the system
that fosters the aristocracy of Europe.
This country is the laboring man's
country. This government is his gov-
eminent, aud whatever changes are re
quired to secure a better state of society
for all, the rights to produce them exists
; the fundamental law of the country
With a free religion, free schools, free
press, speech, aud free ballot, every evil
in society can be corrected. Ail that is
needed is the tempering process of a thor
ough discussion and honest consideration.
This country is the laboring man's
borne. Here all the avenues are open to
him ; the highest prizes of citizenship
are not beyond his reach. Presidents,
Senators, Congressmen, and every posi
tion le the country, whether of State or
Church, are filled from the Tanks of labor.
The road to distinction and wealth need
only the qualities of good health, labor,
perseverance and economy. The road
from wealth and dii-tiuctiou to poverty
need only the qualities of idleness and
The strongest and best governmental
fiieud that labor ever had, has beeu the
Republican party. It crushed the efforts
j of the slaveholder to degrade and bu
initiate labor. It placed labor in the
highest position it ever occupied. It is a
tried and true friend. It is a substauce
aud not a shadow.
On the Chinese or Cooly question,
some months ago we wrote as follows :
John Chinaman has been introduced
into the workshops of Massachusetts ;
he has been put into the fields of the
South ; and has rendered, as far as the
work is coucerned, complete satisfaction ;
and the news now is that contracts for
large numbers have been made for New
York city and other places throughout
the country, heuco the interest in tbe
question. This contract system savors
too strongly of slavery to allow the
American people, who have just passed
through an ocean of human blood, to rid
themselves of the system of slavery,
which was eating the vitals of the Re
public. We are yet mourning for our
friends and kindred lost in "the dreadful
struggle against it, and are still deep in the
slough of a debt of billions, created to rid
ourselves of one of the last "relics of bar
barism." Tbe country is in no mood
to foster slavery, even iu its mildest form.
If the Cbinaman comes to our land, he
must not come through the agency of
middle-men, who traffic in bim as do
" horse and - cattle dealers' traffic in
horses and cattle. He mnst not, through
their agencies, be bought np in China
at $2.00 per head, per month, and bound
out to citizens of the Uuited States at
$10 to S20 and S23 per month for a
series of years. This is slavery modi
fied Instead of being for life, it is for a
series of years, generally five. This is
the Cooly trade as now practiced, and a
most infamous trade it is. Out on it. It
id a species of slavery, and has a ten
dency to detract from the worth and dig
nity of labor almost as much as slavery
io the South detracted from the worth
and dignity of labor there. It is the
boast of the Northern States that labor
with ns is honorable. This is the senti
ment of the Northern people, and no
system that will ally in any way with a
system of slavery will be borne by the
country. The verdict of the country on
that question has been given unmista
kably. If the Chinaman desires to come to
our land untrammeled by contract, as a
free man, of Lis own free will, just as
tbe Irishman and the German, and as all
the other people of Europe come, then
t- ,i, j.,. u o. : -,, -
let the door be open. Strip the Chinese
question of the Cooly phrase, in which
it is now involved, and it becomes aim
ply a question of emigration, to be treat
ed like the emigrant question between
our government and Europe.
During the month of April the Sol
dier's Orphan's Department issued 52
orders of admission, discharged -on age
41, and on order 17.
Mrs. Woodhnll and Fred Donplass Nomi
nated for ."resident and Tie President.
The American Press Association, un
der date of New York, May 13th, des
patches the following in regard to the
Radical Reformers who met in New
York on last Friday :;
The Radical Reformers on Friday
adopted a platform which provides for a
new Constitution of the United States,
a national code of civil and commercial
law, the abolition of monopolies, one sys
tem of money and currency on the basis
of the public credit, tne employment of
the unemployed persons by the govern
ment, a uuiversal government for the
whole globe, minority representation, and
that this party shall be known as the
Eoual Rights party.
At the evening session Mrs Woodhnll
delivered an address prophesying that
from this convention would go forth a
power to shape the worlil.
Mrs. Woodbull and Frederick Doug
lass ' were then nominated, amid the
greatest confusion, as candidates for the
Presidency and Vice Presidency of the
An angry delegate, dissatisfied with
tbe candidates, moved the nomination of
"Spotted Tail," saying that the Indians
ought to be represented here before nig
gers. Another delegate suggested that
if Frederick Douglass declined to accept,
that a Heathen Chinee be nominated in
his place. Tbe convention broke np in
Is It 111 Forgotten.
To the Editor of ike Keu Yo !c Times :
The survivors of the prison pens at
Andersonville, Florence, Salisbury and
Belle Isle, will hardly vote for tbe man
who made a journey to Richmond to bail
Jefferson Davis. The prisoners of war
who suffered tbe nntold cruelties perpe
trated upon such of our soldiers as fell
into the bauds of the rebels, understand
perfectly well that theii inhuman treat
ment was part of a deliberately contrived
plan on the part of the Confederate gov
ernment, and tbat such poor wretches as
Wirz were but the tools in the hands of
Davis aud his Cabinet. Horace Greeley
could easily have satisfied himself on
this point had he thought it worth his
while. He evidently cousidered more
deeply tbe inconvenience of confinement
to one leading rebel than the nuheard-of
misery of the thousands who yielded op
their lives that ho might bid for the
votes of their persecutors in a united
country. Verily be shall have his re
O.NE OF THE St'FFEREnS.
Important to Soldiers
The following bill relating to bounties
Las just become a law, viz :
An Act in relation to Bounties
Be it en ictel lit) (lie S'nate and Home
of Rfprrnrn'aticei of the' United States
of America, in Cngrss assembled.
That every volunteer, non comrasisioned
officer, private, musician and artificer who
enlisted into the military service of the
United States prior to July twenty-second,
eighteen hundred and sixty one,
under the proclamation of the President
of tbe United States of May third, eigh
teen hundred and sixty one, and the
orders of the War Department in pursu
ance thereof, and was actually mustered
before August sixth, eighteen hundred
and sixty-one, into any regiment, com
pany or battery, which was accepted by
the War Du-partaient under such procla
mation and orders, shall be paid the
full bounty of one hundred dollars, under
and by virtue of the said proclamation
and orders of the War Department, in
force at the time of such enlistment and
prior to July twenty-second, eighteen
hundred and sixty one : Proiiled, That
the same has not already been paid.
Approved April 22, 1S72
a. Battle iu Indian Territory.
Leavenworth, May 0.A gentle
man juBt arrived from the- Indian Terri
tory repoits that last Saturday deputy
United States Marshal, Joe. Pervy, of
the Western district of Arkansas, with
bis poose, came upon the outlaw Zeek
Proctor on the head of Bird Creek,
' Croweaschodwee" district, Cherokee
nation, when auolher fight ensued, re
sulting in five of the Marshall's party
being killed and eight wounded. Six of
the outlaws were left dead on the ground
and several are suppo: cd to be wounded.
Marshal Pervy was wounded slightly in
two places and bad a horse killed under
him. Zeek Proctor, with his usual good
luck, escaped. Tbe wildest excitement
prevails throughout the country.
A Desperate Character.
Dktroit, May 9 Against Wm
Smith, who has been lying in jail here,
charged with burning a barn at Ecoiz, 9
miles from this city, evidence has just
been found that he is the man who mur
dered Dennison Miller, a farmer of Green
field, seven miles from Detroit, on the
night of November 17th last, in Miller's
house, after demanding his money.
Smith was arraigned yesterday and plead
guilty, ne is also charged with at
tempting to throw off the track one of
the Michigan Central trains. He is con
sidered a lunatic by tbe officres.
Odd Fellowship started in Baltimore
fifty three years ago j in Pennsylvania
alone it now numbers ninety thousand
members ; its benefits during the last
year amounted to three hundred thou
sand dollars ; it has crossed the sea and
extended its influence to the uttermost
parts of the earth.
The almost universal opinion of the '
press throughout the country is one of
disappointment on the nomination of
Horace Greeley. A few of ihe southern
papers express satisfaction at tbe result.
Huntingdon is to have a steam fixe
In Preseott, Arizona, eggs are down to
SI 25jer dozen.
Forty thousand Bibles were' destroyed
by the Chicago fire. " .
West Goshen, Chester county, has a
calf without eyes or tail.
It is said that Erie can't raise the
money to secure the State F air.
The debts of Prince Napoleon in Paris
are said to amount to nearly 4.000,000
Eight thousand pounds of wool from a
single flock were 'sold at Chico a few
Hollidaysburg claims to have more
beautiful girls than any other town of its
size in the State.
Helmbold's large drng store in New
New was destroyed by fire on the morn
ing cf tbe 6th inst. .
There i a girl in Fayette City, Fay
ette county, wbose age is twelve years,
aud weight 185J pounds
Tbe most powerful supporter of King
Amadeus, of Spain, is stid to be his wife,
a strong minded woman.
Mr. Elias Hamilton, of Lancaster, had
his neck broken by being thrown from a
cart last Saturday a week.
A man in Warsaw, Ind., has a jail of
bis own. He bought it very cheap of
the county, paying $210 for the old in
stitution. Four thousand dollars in gold and
greenbacks were found under the bed of
and old Albany rag-picker, who died sud
denly the .other day.
Don't speak all at once. There lives
a blooming lass at Zanesville, O., who
will give S3S.000 to any man who will
Lynn, Massachusetts, is the greatest
shoe manufacturing town in the world.
Last year the manufacturers turned out
over ten million pairs.
The coal oil refinery of Newbold Sc.
Son, Baltimore, with several hundred
barrels of oil and the machinery was
burned on Friday last. Loss 55000.
Louis Napoleon's son, tbe youth of the
'holy baptism," notwithstanding the
pains tbat have been taken with his edu
cation, is still said to be a very ignorant
Miss Addie Howe, of Philadelphia,
was robbed in a Broadway (New York)
car Wednesday last, of her pocket-book,
containing $30, a diamond ring valued at
$350, and a gold ring.
A man in Georgia recently received a
letter inclosing thirty cents in fractional
currency, accompanied with the follow
ing words : "I stole a feed of corn from
you during the war."
There has been lately introduced into
the street lamps of London strips of looking-glass
in the roof. The reflection is
said to throw three times as much light
as the ordinary lamp.
A landlady in Milwaukee recently
locked a non paying tenant in his room,
and refused to let him out nntil his bill
was paid, lie was obliged to escape out
of the window by meaus of a sheet.
Jennie June tells of a lady whose home
went under the auctioneer's hammer re
cently who a few weeks before was un
able to find anything fit to wear at Stew
art's, and ordered a wardrobe from Paris.
A fire caused by a child playing with
matches, in the absence of his pareuts,
destroyed a barn and burned to death
seventeen head of cattle and horses for
Daniel Asper, in York county, a few Sab
A Detroiter has invented a machine
which trims wall paper, holds it up
against the wall, puts on the paste and
cuts off and smooths down' the stripes,
and does the work nicer and faster than
N.F.English, of Hartland, Vt., has
patented a wax-wire thread, having, as
its name indicates, a delicate wire in its
centre, to be used in sewing boots and
shoes and other manufactures of leather,
At Nassau, N. P., the fish are sold
in the market while still alive, being
kept in tubs of water. A single blow
upon the head of the fish closes tbe bar
gain, and the purchaser is sure of the
freshness of the article.
Protestantism has gained a foothold at
last even in Spain. . It seems almost in
credible, yet it must be accredited as a
fact, that iu ; Madrid there are eleven
chapels regularly opened for worship,
witb an aggregate of four thousand at
Donn Piatt says : "A distinguished
diplomat, who bad served some time in
Washington, died tbe other day in En
rope, and among his effects they found
forty-two ultimatums . and ' six hundred
love letters from beautiful girls in Wash
Mrs. Lydia Sherman, the Connecti
cut Borgia, who has been on trial for
murder upon a charge of poisoning some
half dozen members of her own house
hold, has been judged guilty of the
crime in tbe second degree, and her pun
ishment is fixed at imprisonment for the
rest of her natural life.
Dr. Leidy would allow flies under no
circumstances to have access to - patients
suffering from contagions diseases, as he
believes they are sometimes agents in
spreading infection. . He has found gan
grene spores germinating from the excre
ments of a fly that had fed on a gangrene
spot, and be has no doubt tbat .if such a
fly were to alight on a healthy . wound it
might communicate gangrene to it..
Grand Rapids, May 8. Squire's
opera bouse building and Squire's stone
flooring mill were burued this morning.
The oDera house building was 'occupied
by Marshall's European hotel, the opera
house, Redel's paint shop, Vt oodrun s
drug store, Eaton & Christianson's
bakery, Cord's grocery store and saloon.
The loss is estimated at over 575,000.
Tkentos, May 8. A paper mill, rnn
by E. B. Bingham, of Newark, and own
ed by Harry McCall.'was partially des
troyed by fire to-day. Loss on stock
and machinery, $4000, and on the build
ing, 52000. Insured in the Franklin, of
Philadelphia, $7000 on tbe building ; in
the reliauce, of Philadelphia, $5000 on
the machinery ; and iu tbe North British
Company $5000 on the machinery and
S2000 on the stock.
Ixgf.rsoll, May 8. A fire last night
destroyed nearly the entire business part
of this town. Two men were burned to
d-ath The sufferers include the Niagara
District Bank, Chronicle office, exchange
Hotel and a!I the principle dry goods
and grocery stores. The loss is estima
ted at $500,000
Selma, May 8. Four stores were
destroyed by a fire at two o'clock this
morning. Loss $75,000 : partially in
sured. NEW YORK.
Port Jervis, May 8. Wheeler's tan
nery, at Oakland, Sullivan county, was
destroyed by fire List night. Loss, $20,
000. Burning of a Sugar Refinery.
Wallace & Shoemaker's large sugar
refinery, on Gold street. Brooklyn, was
burned last Friday. Tbe beat was so
great that the firemen could not approach
the building, which, with the contents,
was totally destroyed. Loss on stock,
$225,000; on machinery, 8150,000. The
stock is fully insured in the Star Com
pany. The loss on the building, owned
by Charles W. Coe. is 550 000, and is
in Tarry town, Wcatchestcr county, N. Y.,
on the 10th inst, destroyed thirteen
buildings, including the freighting estab
lishment of A. Staats, tbe hotel of George
Shoemaker, tbe lumber yard of Guntz &
Neer, and the store of Walter E. Martin.
The loss will reach seventy-five thou
sand dollars partially insured.
riTTSBURO, May 10. A special de
spatch says a fire broke out in Somerset,
Pa , yesterday afternoon, and destroyed
six squraes in the heart of the town, era
bracing two-thirds of its entire vtlue.
The buildings destroyed included three
hotels, every business house, store and
shop but one, both banking bouses, both
printing offices, lawyer's offices, post
office. United States assessor's office, two
churches, the Masonic and Odd Fellows'
halls, telegraph and express offices, and
over' thirty private dwellings. Fifty
families are rendered homeless. The
total of losses is estimated at $1,000,000 ;
"VfOTICE is hereby given that Joseph S.
J. 1 Sartain, of Walker township1, Juniata
county, Pa., and Catharine A., his wife, by
deed of voluntary assignment, have assigned
all the estate, real and personal, of the said
Joseph S. Sartiin, to John 11. M. Todd, of
the borough of Tattersnn, in said county, in
trust for the benefit of tbe creditors of said
Joseph S. Sartain. 1 All persons, therefore,
indebted to the said Joseph 8. Sartain will
make payment to the said Assignee, and those
having claims er demands will make known
tbe same without delay.
JOHN B M. TODD,
Assignee of Joseph 8. Sartain.
May 15, 1872-bt
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Have opened a Lumber Tard in the bor
ough of Patterson, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Shingles, Lath, Sash, &&,
in large or small quantities, to suit cus
tomers. 3Qb- Persons wanting Lumber hy the car
load can be supplied at reduced rates.
BETER, GUYER & GO.
George Goshen, Agent.
Pattarson, May 15, '72-tf
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS !
THE undersigned offers great inducements
the coming season, in the Wool Trade,
as he is prepared to furnish home-made goods
of all kinds to persons who have wool to
exchange, or will pay full cash prices to those
who are desirous of selling.
He intends to travel through Juniata and
adjoining counties, with bis Goods Wagon,
and will earry tho following assortment of
All Styles of Doe-Skin Cassim9res,
Also Summer, Fall, and Winter Cassi
meres, Tweeds, Jeans, FlanBele,
Cassinct, Blankets, Shawls,
Carriage Rohe; Water-Proof Clothf, Coverleli,
Counterpane. Yarn; J-e.
CSufersons who bare wool to dispose of,
will do well to wait till 1 call on them, as I
intend to make a (Borough canvass.
May 6, 1872-4t . A. J. HERTZLER.
' Administrator's Notice.
Estate of Mathioi Jame, deceased. ' 'j
LETTERS OP ADMINISTRATION on the
. estate of. Math i as James, late of Dela
ware township, Juniata county, deceased,
having been granted to Ihe undei signed, ali
persons having claims or demands against
said estate are requested to present them, and
those iudebted to make pavment.
- 1 JEREMIAH LYONS. '
May 1, 1872-f,t Administrator.
Or Suaar-Comted, Coueeniratc, ttost
d Herbal Jalee, Antl-KIHoM
Cr.n.lca. THE "LITTLE GJAST"
CATHARTIC, or nullum In Farva
Thff novelty ormodc-raMctliral. Chemical and Phar
maceutical Science. No use of n?. '"'KJS 'i
larue. repulsive and nauseous puis, enmpooed of
cheap, crude, and bulky iuamlieni u licn we cau by
a careful application of chemical n-ienee, eitrsrt all
the cathart ic and otliernicdicx.il pnirues In.m the
most valual.le roots and hcrhs. at concentrate them
intoa minute Granule, senrrely "'cr,,"f,K?
milliard ced, that can horeiwlily swallowed hy
those of the most setisitivo stomachs and Bsti!ion
tastes Ew-lilittlc Vurcative Fclleenptvscnts,
in a mot coueentnited form. as much eathamc power
a is embodied in any of the large pills find liw enlo
in the dnn f lions. From their wonderful ca:hartic
power, in proportion to their f people who have
Lot tried them are apt to fnppoM- that they are nrh
or drastic in effect, hut such i not at all the case, the
different active medicinal principles of which they are
composed heir" so harmonized and moolu.-rt. one ny
the others, as to produce a ui Hvarrblna aud
tfaoronali, yt geutly aud kindly opera
$SOO lie ward is hereby offered by the proprie
tor of these Pellets, to any chemht who. upon an
alysis, will And in Ihem any Calomel or other fornjs
of mercury or any other mineral poiaun. - (.
Reins entirely -rctrelablr, no parti.anl.r
care is required while nsiiii- them. They o;ierate
withont disturbance to the consiimtion. diet, or oc
cupation. For Jauiidiee, Headache. Con
Htiputiou, impure BKod, Pain iu t!0
Sliuldersi,TlelilieMO)l tliol'heal, DiZ
zliieumKour Kruciationsol (lie Mon:
ach. Bad taMo iu ifiontii, Itiiiou
attack. Pain In region of Kidneys,
internal Fcvrr, Klotlrd leellna ahont
Ntu.naeh, Knmli oi Wood o Head, II ici
Colored trliio, I imoeiabiiity and
bloomy Foreboding", take Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Piira-ativo Pellet-. In eiplana--.ion
of this remedial p.wcr of my I'unrative 1 clli-s
over 3 crL-it a variety of dise ases, I w ih to my that
their action linon tlio animal crouo
mi Is nnlversil, nut n rl"d or tinc
eeaiIn; Ihrlr CTnalive imprefcs. A-e
does not impiir them: their snir-cfaitinir ai.d heiiji
enclosed in cla brittle preserve their virtues unim
paired for any lenrth of time, in any climate. io tbat
they are always fresh and reliable, which in not the
case with the pills found in Ilic drng stores, put up in
cheap wood or paste-h'iar l b"xrs. Id-collect that fur
nil diseases where a l,nxatvr, Alterative or
Purcative is Indicated, these little Pellet will
"ive the most perfect satisfaction to all who use them.
Thejr are) sold by all enterprising
Druggists at Ui cents a bottle.
Do not allow any drnsrsist to indnee yon to take
anvthin" elc thiit he may sey is just as ?ood as my
Pellets becanse he makes a laryr pnnit on that whi .1
he recommends. If your dmnrist cannot sm-ply
them, enclose 25 cent aud receive them by return
Jt. r. fierce, sr. n., rp'r,
BUFFALO, JJ. Y
Orphans1 Court Sale !
BY virtue of an order of the Orphans
Court of Juniata county, the undersign
ed. Administrator of the estate of Metbias
James, late of lielaware township, deceased,
will expose to sale by public outcry, on the
premises, at 2 o'clock, i . M., on
SATURDAY, JUNE. 1, 1872,
A Lot of Ground, situated in township and
county aforesaid, with
thereon erected, bounded by lands of William
Sieber, John Shelley, Barbara Kautfman and
others, containing THREE ACRES, more or
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third of the purchase nvmey to be paid
on confirmation of sale by the Court, when
deed will be made and p-jsession given : the
remainder Io be paid Aprit 1, 187o, and to be
secured by Judgment i ind.
May 1, 1372. Administrator.
of ti:i "ri i
Full Upper or Lower Sets as Low as $5.00.
No teeth allowed to leave the office unless
the patient is satisfied.
Teeth temodeled and repaired.
Teeth filled to last for life.
Toothache slopped iu five aiinu'ts without
extracting the tooth.
Dental work dune for persons without them
leaving their homes, if desired.
Electricity used in the extraction of teeth,
rendeting it almost a painless operation, (no
extra charge) at the Dental Office of G. L.
Derr, established in Mifllintown in 180.
. I.. DEKU,
Jan 24, 1872-ly Practical Dentist.
OFFERS hi professsonnl services to the j
public in general, in both branches of j
his profession operative and mechanical.
First week i f every month at Richfield, Fre
mont and Turkey Valley.
Second week Liverpool and Wild Cat Val
ley. Third week Millerstown and Raccoon
Fourth week at his office in M'AIisterville.
Will visit Mifflin when called on.
Teeth put up on any of the buses, and as
liberal as anywhere else.
Address bv letter or otherwise.
May 1, lri'72-ly
Ertatt of Maria P I.ichlenlhaler, drcasrtt.
AJOTICE is hereby given that Letters Tes
i tamentary en the estate of Maria P.
Lichtenthaler, lale of the boroutrb of Thomp-
aotitown, deceased, have been granted Io the
undersigned. All petsons indebted io said i
.Qlnla ..nil.ll.rl I. m .1 1' a i ......... I i .. r ...... t
ment, and those having claims will pleas
present them properly authenticated for set
tlement. P. L. GREEN LEAF,
May 8, 1872-U Executor.
Estate of Janus 31. Sharon, deceased.
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the estate
of James M. Sharon, late of Fayette
township, deceased, having been granted to
the undersigned, ail persons indebted to said
decedent are requested to make payment, and
those having claims lo present them without
delay to JEREMIAH LYON?,
May. 1, 1872-6t Executor.
Estate of Solomon Slough, deeeaned.
V;HEREAS Letters of Administration on
VV the estate of Solomon Slough, late of
Delaware township, dee'd, have been grant
ed lo the undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate are requested lo make immediate
payment, and those having claims against
the estate will present the same properly
authenticated for settlement.
G W. SMITH, AJmr.
May I, 1872-Gt
Estate of Catharine Cunningham, decease!.
"jV"OTICE is hereby given that Letters Te
11 mentary on the estate of Catharine Cun
ningham, late of Milford township. Juniata
county, deceased, hae been granted to the
undersigned, residing in same town ihip. All
persons indebted to said estate are requested
to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims will please present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
J. 8. UOBISOS, Executor.
April 17, 1872 6w.
Estate of Robert C. Gallaher, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Robert C. Gal
laher, late of Fermanagh township, Juniata
county, deceased, have been granted to the
underi igned. residing in same township. All
persons indebted to said estate are reques
ted to make immediate" payment, and those
having claims will please present them prop
erly authenticated for settlement
. ., JOSErilTvOTnKOCK, Freiutor.
April 1", 1 872-6 w
boots & shoes;,
HATS AND CAPS;
WOOD A WILLOW WARE-
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OH. CLOTHS, &C, 4C.
SQu If you want to see an entire new
stock cf Goods at Low Prices, call at
NE CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDfflS,
'Sot. 2!), 1871.
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES PRICES
reported weekly by C. HARTLEY, eu.
posite the Poet Office, Mifllintown, Ia :
Butter - 25
Eggs - l-'i
Lard 10 12
" New York 2i
Molasses, Porto Rico, "ft gal 80
" New Orleans ' 1 00
Srup, Honey Bee-.... 65
" Melted Sugar 1 00
Sugar, Granulated 17
" Extra C II
" Yellow 0 1
" Brown '.. ... li
Coffee, Kio, Choice
" Fair 5
" " Roasted (Aruuckles) tl
Tea, Imperial, Finest 1 60
' Oolong. " 1 flo
Raisii.9, Valentia - !
Pruens, French V
Soap, Rosin. fi
Olive 8 V
" Babbit 12 i
Salt, Ground Alum 2 00
Mackerel. No. 2 (new) bbl 8 W
Brooms. No. I
No. - Zh
" No. 3
Tubs, Ceilnr I 50a'. "'
Buckets, Painted, - hoops ..
law Cutters 51
Tin Cups -
Tin Dish Pans &l
Tin CuIIendets 4n
Tin Wash Pans 3
Tin Buckets 8"
Boots, Men's Calf 5 2i
Gaiters, Ladies' Lasting. 1 u"
Potatoes, Irish 50
Coal Oil, 1 gallon 40
BkSr Cash paid for eggs.
VJ0T1CE is hereby given lhat the coparf
i nership between Doyle A Marley, of
Patterson, Pa., in the Coal and MercnatiU
trade, was dissolved by mutual oonsent. on
the l'Jtb of April, 187:!. The business here
after will be carried on by J. C. Boyle, at
the old stand, recently occupied by Georgs
J. C. DOYLE.
Mny 1, 1872-31 J. B. MAULEY.
Dissolution of Partnership.
'IIl E partnership heretofore existing be
X tween the undersigned, trading urrr
Ihe firm of D. W. llarley Co.. was 4
solved by mutual consent on the 4lh day (
April, 1872. All persons knowing them
selves indebted lo said firm, can settle br
calling on either of the undersigned at the
D. W. II AKT.EY.
April 10, 1872-Ct
ALL persobs are hereby cau'ioned again'
removing or in any way interfering vitk
the following property, tbe same bavinfc bees
purchased by us and left in tbe care of Nich
olas Sheriff, of Spruce Hill township, until
such time as we may see proper to remove it.
v'u : 1 bay mare, 1 black ma-e. 2 cows, 1 red
bull 2 two-year old heifers, 7 heal of sheep.
1 two-horse wagon, 1 spring wagon, 1 !
1 plow, 1 harrow.
JAMES BE ALE.
April 24-6t W. P. GUCVER.
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C
The Highest Cash Prices raid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, &c, Sold at tbe
. Lowest Prices.
Having boats of our own we can frt:'
Grain, Lumber, Coal, 4c. cheaper than so?
other parties. . We therefore defy comp"'
Wis? Yon can make monev by calling os"
before selling or baying elsewhere.
GSAIS wilt Bl BECEIVED IM STOXS I" "
SOLD BY TH K 1ST Of Jest, 1871.
P. S Our grain is not elevated on '
backs. J, '
Mifflintown, April 20, 1871.
PLAIN and FancvJob Print ing att1,ir
ctrted at this Office.