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jc JaniiU . jstntinti.
'wEDN'ESDAY MOBBING, MAY 15.1872.
.TVMVLVA.M.4 HAILKOAI). ON AXD
I after Sunday, Nov. 12, 1871, Passenger
Trin will leave Mifflin Station as follows
I"iiiUie'l,llia KPresa" 12,50 A- JI
rut Line 2,22 A. M.
1'ac. Kxp. (don't stop) 10,05 A. M.
Harriet)'" Accominoua'n 11,28 A. M.
Mail Train 5-23 M-
Cinciaaati Express 8,50 1'. M.
Southern F.ipreas 2,34 A. M.
Throngli Passenger 4,5.1 A. M.
Pacific Express 5,56 A. M.
Vv Passenger 3.44 A. 31.
Cincinnati KxpM 12.26 1 M.
Mail Train -27 M
.... 8.15 I. M.
JAMES NORTH. Ag't
TOHN ANI COl STIH'.
Ciir at Tilten c Espcuscliade's
Jact'h Will is putting a uew porch in
front of li' hotel.
TLe Litest styles of Fummer coats can
l,e Wight at Strayer'i, in Patterson.
The Sliirleysbiirg camp meeting is an
nounced in time. It nil! commence on
tlie 15'.!i of August next.
If vnn want a nice 5u;nmer Hat, of
the latest stle, go to Shelley & Stam
laUjjii't. Pr. M. 1$. Oarver, hom.T'patliic tiliysi
rian. lias removed from Lancaster county
to Tboinnsontown, this county.
Abraham Will's broken leg bag im
proved to such a degree that he has Leeu
on the streets on crutches.
. . .
For anything and everything in the
ITardwaic line go to Graybill s new store
in the Crystal 1'alace Uuilding.
James Robinson has commenced to lay
the f.muciation of Lis dwelling house, at
the upper end of his I t
A complete assor'ment of Parasols,
Sun Shades and Umbrellas at ifLelley &
The attention of persons in need of
lumber is directed to the advertisement
if Heyer, Gayer & Co., in another col
umn. A four-pound black dass was caught,
on a diji re', in Fi.-hct's mill dam, a day
or two ago. It was immediately return
fid to the water Htintingdm Jmrnaf.
Thi're are two things that the Cooly
speecti-miiker did mt talk about. They
are, first, the paper clothing of the Chi
nese ; fecund, te cheap clothing at
1!ak l'.Al.L A game of Lase liall
was played last Saturday, between the j 'tte Snyder. .Ws. Mary bmeigh, and
'Scrubs" and the Juniatas of this plare. ( Mis James Cio.-s, bid me announce that
v liieh renilt- ,1 in a ecore of fcD to i0 t tLJ only a-ree to furnish cntcrtain
in f.ivor of the Junhtas. j inent lor such delegates as sha'l be re-
A full line of Catned Fruits
cli'.ip. ar Shelby & Stanibaugh's
and m fr yourself.
George Bergner is about to issue a
campaign paper at Harrisburg, to be
styl. d "We'll Fight it Out on this Line.'
TLe first number will appear about the
first of July
A closely counting scientific man re
marks after calculation, that the poison
taken into the system by continual smok
ing, w ill cause death in exactly 167 years,
3 months, 4 days, SG huurs.
Ninety degrees of beat in May is in
ducing some inquiry as to the time that
n astronomer has said the earth will be
cmiFiirned by the hot vapor of a passing
No trouble to be suited in Shoes or
Gaiters if you go to Shelley &. Stani
baugh's. They have the largest stock to
There are three rope ferries on the
Juniata between Mifflin and the mouth of
the river one at Mexico, one at Millers
tiwn, and one at Bailey's station. There
is also one from Bell's It land, a short
distauce above Mifflin.
Thr all-gone feeling which p'ple
rometimes speak of. is caused by want of j
proper action of the liver and heart.
inesetnay be assisted, and tbe bowels
"guiaiea, ny rarxmt l unjauec fill
iu small doses
Vegetables are not doing very well
under this dry weather. The working
of gardens may be rendered racier aud
vegetables made to grow more rapidly, it
said, by buying the new hand garden
plow at Graybill's Hardware Store.
The keepers of the L-wistown jail
were thrown into a hubbub last week by
the non appearauce of a prisoner who
was allowed considerable latitude about
the institution. Search was made for
him He was fumid in one of the heaters.
On Wednesday evening of last week a
carload of coal oil, that was coming east
with a freight train, was set on fire, it is
supposed by a passing locomotive, and
stopped almost a mile above the Fatter
son Station, where it was entirely con
sumed. The smoke and flames were dis
tinctly seen from town.
Some argns-eyed person yesterday fore
noou descried a balloon, seemingly over
Ferrysville, and rapidly rising. He told
the person nearest to him, anJ he told
the next. The news spread, and the
village 6oon took on a heavy balloon
fever. The balloon, after reaching its
highest altitude, seemiugly moved over
into Peiry county.
A CARD TO THE PIBLIC
G L. Dkur wishes to say that any
persons desiring to have their Dental
work done at their homes, or the w6rk
done without them leaving their homes,
can hive it done promptly by addressing
the subscriber at bis office, Mifflintown.
t5P full nppcr or lower eets from $5.
to S20. . - - - .- .
IIP Time,- not exceeding six months,
wilt be given to responsible persons on all
amounts exceeding $15.00, by them giv
ing note for the same. ,
A FKW FACTS WORTH KNOWING.
First. There is un necessity to have
a tooth extracted (or pulled out) because
it is aching. I can in five minutes stop
any tooth from aching without rcmoviug
it, and preserve said organ for usefulness
That Salivary Calcnlus (better known
as Scurvy) successfully treated, and a
cure warranted in every case.
Teeth filled by G. L Derrare warran
ted for life.
That if people would have their teeth
examined once a year by a competent
Detitirt, and follow his advice, it would
save their bauty, money, and last, but
not least, their health ; fur good mastica
tors are just as necessary to good health
as pure air.
That G L. Derr is the oldest Dentist
in the county that has given and does
give Dentistry his exclusive attention,
having been in the active and constant
practice of Iktuistry in your midst for
ueaily twelve years, and is the place to
go if you want good, substantial work
done. The most beautiful Porcelain
teeth mounted on all the va-ious bases in
use. G. L. DElilt.
Mifflintown, Mar 15. 1872.
At tho 2 2W Stararoom on Hain Street,
J. Teakly & Sou invite the attention
of the public to their large stock of Spring
and Summer Goods, just received from
Philadelphia, which they offer at the
lowi et prices. Their stock embraces a
full liue of the latest styles of Ladies'
Dress Goods and Trimmings, large as
sortment of Dry Goods of all kinds,
splendid stock of Notions, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes ; also a large stock of
Glassware and Queensware, all kinds of
Groceries, Fish, Suit, See.
They also keep on hand a large as
sortmtr.t of Clocks, and American Lever
and other Watches largest stock in the
county which will be sold at the lowest
All kinds of country produce taken in
exchange for Goods.
Tim Committee of Arrangements of j
the Sabbath School Convention, consist-
ii!g of Mrs. Dr. Thompson, Mr8. Isaac
Iljwn, Mrs. Jane L. Scott, Mrs Char-
' ported to them as intendrnz to be present
... ,i '..,,:.. Tt. c..,.;.,t.L,r,fi I
r,p ., ,vr..r, r,t -li,,t,l4 in tliP rnm-.tv i
Al IIIU Vllintllllllll, 1 lie LUl'llllllviuituc
i will. t!ier.f..re. snnoiut their deletates at i
. once, and report them to Mrs. Dr Thom
! son. Port Itnyal P.O., immediately.
Convention on the 23:h and 29;h f May
Thomas A Eldkk. Scc'y.
The Lewistown Vcmorrat of last
week relates the following accident : On
Tuesdity of last week as Hon. Thomas
W. Moore was riding through the wood
near his residence, a mile or two from
town, a twig of a tree that he was pass
ing thrust itself into bis car so forcibly
that he fell insensible from the horse, and
was quite severely injured by the fall.
He succeeded in returning to the house,
but has since been confined closely to
bed. enduring m ich suffering. The ear
has festt-red. and pieces of the twig have
been exuded. He is still in a prostrate
The Lewistown CazcUc relates the
following of the doings of thieves at
Milroy: The dwelling of Rev. Mr.
White was entered on Wednesday last
and robbed of a valuable gold watch, a
pair of boots and between S30 and 40
iu money. Tlie thief or thieves theu ef
fected an entrance into Cvrus Alexan-
der g, where Mr. White's boots were left
aud a pair of upwer r(Ile8 uken- Sl.xt a
vipjt wa9 paij to Captain Cox's and
,Mt, t0 J;lg XcXut's, where however
they were scared off.
S S a.vii I. We
h ave received a
of lho SMeri and Seller's aA
Inrcntort Guile, by Wm. E. Preston,
No 290 Superior Street, Cleveland, O.
Paper cover, only 50 cvuts It will be
sent post-paid, to uy address on receipt
of price. . We should deem it indispensa
ble to every soldier and settler on Gov
ernment lands ; also to all persons inter
ested in the Patent Laws. Address the
author as above. .
The Convention which met iu New
York the other day, and nominated Mrs.
Woodhull for 1'resident aud Fred Don
glass for Vice President became nnruly,
and many delegates went away dissatis
fied. Those who buy at Graybill's Hard
ware Store go away satisfied.
General Okdkk No. 3. C S. 1S72.
Juniata Sconlt, Attention You are
hereby ordered to parade at Perrysville,
on Saturday, May 25. 1872, at 10 o'clock
A. M. Full uniform for inspection.
J. K Kobisos,
Matiiew Rogebis, O S.
Cons and flour are staple articles ; but
not more so than Johnson' Ano'hjn
Linimtwt, where known. It U good tor
children or adults, for any internal sore
ness of the chest or bowels, and the best
Pain Killer prepared, under whatever
Supposed Mubder. The Reading
(Pa ) Eagle of Saturday evening a week
contains the following particulars of the
supposed murder of .John Simpson, of
this city :
''Quite an- excitement was created in
Hamburg last uighl by the disappearance
of John Simpson, of Lancaster, a well
known agent for farm imprenJents. He
went to Hamburg for the purpose of
collecting a number of bills. He stopped
at the American House, and about dark
started for the residence of Henry Geslee,
ia a buggy, who resides 2 miles above
Hamburg, towards Port Clinton. During
the evening his horse returned home with
the bugry and with one of the Hues cut
about a foot back of the bridle, but Mr.
Simpson was misehig. A search was
made for the man, aud about one mile
up the pike,, within the limits of the bor
ougb. where the road rises thirty feet
above the canal, and at a stone quarry,
' Simpson's coat was found with a hole in
it, made by the stab of a kuife, which
indicated that the nvin had been mur
dered and his body thrown into the ca
nal. His pocket book was found in
close proximity to the coat. A number
of papers of no value and a ticket for
Isrrisburg were found in it, but there
was no money. When he started from
the hotel he had about SG00 with him,
and said that if he succeeded in collect
ing a bill that evening, he would be able
to pay a note of S00. lie gave the
hostler a dollar before he started off.
The ground around where tho coat was
found showed evidence of a struggle.
The case was placed before the District
Attorney, who ordered Chief Cullen aud
Detective Lyon to inquire into the mat
"A correspondent states that this
murtiinz a lanje number of citizens of
Hamburg went out to make a thorough
search for the body. Footprints have
beeu found leading into the canal, at the
side of the turnpike, where the coat was
A telegram received in this city on
Monday morning, from Jacob Simpson,
ex-Policeman and a brother to the miss
ing man, states that the body has not
yet bor-rj recovered.
Parti RiTig.N Without Pain "- We
have received from the publishers Messrs
Wood & Holbrook, No. 15 Laight St ,
New York, a copy of the above work,
which contains instructions how to avoid
almost entirely the pains of childbirth
The accounts given by travelers of the
marvelous ease, quickness, painlessness
and freedom from disablement, with which
many savage women bring forth children,
is well known. There is great reason
for believing that among some savage
races neither pregnancy nor labor inter-
rnI,t9 ,1)0 usu;l, avocations and move-
ments of the mother, except, perhaps, for
an fjour or two at the birth itself. It is
uot, Lowtrcr, so generally known that
the records of medical observations Con
tain account? of a number of cases cf
almost equally Complete contradictions of
what is generally considered a primal and
universal curse unou huuiauitv.'
I'r. Dcwccs, r.fie of the best aulhoii-
' obstetrics, has ar2ned in one of
his publications, that pain in rh'Jilbirth
iso morbid rimptom ; that it is a per
version of nature, caused by modes of
living not consistent with the most
healthy condition of the system ; and
that such a regimen as should insure such
a completely healthy condition might be
counted on with certainty to do away
with such pain.
In 1841 there was privately printed in
England, a small pamphlet of twenty
two pages, in which a gentlemen who
was a chemist, gave an account of an
experiment he himself tried in the case
of his wife, whose labors had been so
excessively painful that there was much
reason to fear she could not survive the
next one The result was so favorable
that he felt it bis duty to publish It, with
his name and residence. A few experi
ments were made in Histon and vicinity,
carrying ont the theory of tho author of
the pamphlet alluded to, which had a
distinguished success. The book before
ns is a luore full exposition of the princi
ples of the pamphlet, which is now out
of print. It also contains other instruc
tions and directions regarding the same
sul ject, as well as directions for the care
of children. Every married woman
should have it. Send to Messrs. 'Wood &
Holbrpok, No. 15 Laight St., New York.
Price SI. 00.
GOLD AND SILVER
At the Patterson Drug Store,
Come aud have your eye-sight re
stored. Call for a Convention of S. S.
Association. The Juniata Sabbath
School Association will be held in the
Presbyterian Church at PerryBville (Port
Royal") on the 2Sth and 29th inst , the
exercises commencing at 10 o'clock on
the 28th. All the Sunday Schools in
the county are hereby cordially invited
and earnestly urged to appoint and send
delegates to this Convention. The del
egates from each school will number from
3 to 6, according to size of school. The
assessment laid to meet the necessary
expenses of our Association, is SI. from
each country and $2. from each town
school. Printed programmes will be sent
to each school, as far as possible, at least
oiie week before the meeting of Conven
tion, so that the subjects may be studied
and music practiced by the delegates.
Come one, come all. Let us, by the
help of God and of Sunday School
workers, have the best Convention ever
yet held in Juniata county.
D. M. Blackweldeb,
Chairman Executive Committee.
FDIAKCIAL AHB COMMERCIAL
' 40 So. ZiSt. Phila.
3 o'clock, p. m.
New U. 8. & of 1881.....'
U. S. 6's of '81,....
" ' '62, .
" " '64.
" . '65
. '65, new,
May 14, 1872.
U. S. 30 Year 6 per cent.
Bonds- 92l(a S
Union Pci6e It. R. 1st M.
Central Pacific R. It
Union Pacific Land Grant
Bonds- 80jj 811
MIFFLLNTOW.N & PATTERSOX MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Jcsiata Sektikel
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
Butter "y lb .... 25
Epgs, V Aot - - 18
Lnrd, $ lb - 8
Country Soap 8
Beeswax , 25
Rags . 3
Wool, washed 50
Dried Apples 8
" Peaches, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared 15
" Cherries, pitted 20
' Blackberries 4
" Raspberries 13
Country Hams .
... 2 25
Sides and Shoulders
Potatoes, "y bus
Ground Alum Sail, sack
Locust Posts, mortising
" " for board fence.. .
SIIELLEV & STAMBACGH'S PRICE3 CUR
RENT. Corrected Weekly.
Crystal Palace, Mifflintown, 1
My 15, 1872. f
Prime Roll Butter, per lb 25
Eggs, per dozen 15
Lard, per lb ............... ...... 08
Tallow, per lb - 08
Dried Apples, per lb 09
Bacon, Sides smoked, per lb 07
Shoulder, smoked, ' - 07
Hams, " " 12
D. K. SULOCFF'S PRICES CURRENT.
Wheat, Tf bus $1 00
Corn : 60
Cloverseed 4 60
Timothy seed S 60
Prepared Coal, ) ton $5 75
-MH " "
Pea ' "
Run of Log, 4 4, y 1000 ft
" ' 5-8, "
" 8-4, "
" " 6-4, "
Hemlock Frame, "
" Boards. '
... 28 00to4u00
17 0Uto20 00
...18 00to2O 00
Whitepine worked Flooring....
Panel Doors 1 75 to 3 00
Window Sasb, 8x10, "y window- 65
" " 9x12, " 75
" 10x12, " 80
" 10x11, " 90
PniLAMLPhiA, May 14, 1872.
Flouh Tiie market is very firm, and ths
demand continues fir from the bouse eon-
suuieis. Shippers however, are not operating-
The receipts as well as the stocks are
very moderate. 1200 barrels, including
Superfine $C 00(S6 50
Extras $ 75f7 60
N. W. Extra Family $S 0UOfy8 50
Ohio & Ind. do. do $8 75 .10 00
Penna. do. do. $9 00Vi.9 60
Fancy Brand... $10 50(5,1100
Grain The receni advance in Wheat is
well sustained. Sales of 5000 bus. Penn.
and western red at $2 182 25 ; and white at
$2 2'H2 27J. Rye is 0U9ted at St. Corn is
active at the advance; Bales 8 )00 bus. at
7oc for yellow ; 72a78 for mixed ; 75c for
while. Oats are higher. 15 000 bus. sold
at 55aG3c for white, and 54a55o for mixed
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
- MosnT, May 134 P. M.
The Cattle market was dull this week and
prise fuTor buyers. About 1800 hfflid arriv
ed and told at the Avenue Drove Yrd nt 7
8c for extra Peen. and Western Steers 6
a7e for fair to good do, and 6aCc "y lb gross
for common. The market closed very dull
wilia the above range of prices.
' Cows and Calves meet a moderate demand
at full figures. Sales of springers at $50a65
and fresh cows st $65a75.
SnEKF were in steady demand and prices
well miintaincd. Sales of clipped at 6a7e
lb for fair to choice, and $1 bead for com
mon, and wooled at 78o lb. Lambs are
wanted at $5aS bead for good, $2a4 for
A HANDSOME MOUSTACHE !
MOUSTACHE. Prof. ST. CROIX'S French
WHISKERS. CflMl-ocsD, The Great HAIR
MOUSTACHE. GROWER, will produce a
WHISKERS. luxnrient MOUSTACHE or
Vi'HISKERS on tbesnioothest
face. Pleasant to use. Sent
Ip any address on receipt of
. Fifty Cents. .
1L T. B0SD, CHEMIST.
N. E. Cor. Tenth and Chestnut Sts.,
Feb 14, 72-ljr. Philadelphia.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KimkcFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
KUXKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON
will effectually cure Liver Complaint,' Dys
pepsia. Jaundice, Chronie or Nerfous 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, Nausea?" Disgust for Food, Fullness
or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or Flut
tering at the pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Fluttering at the Heart, Cho
king or suffocating Sensations when in a lying
Dosture. Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes,
constant imaginings of evils and great de
pression of spirits. THET ARE ENTIRELY
VEGETABLE and free from Alcotiotic stimu
lants and all injurious ingredients, and are
nleasant in taste and smell, mild in their
operations, will rcmoTe impurities from the
body, and give no&itu ana vigor ;o me irame
. KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON.
This truly valuable Tonio has been so
thorouehlv tested by all classes of Ike com
munity that it ia now deemed indispensible
as a Tome medicine, it costs but utile,
purifies the blood and gives lone to the stom
ach, renovates the system and prolongs life.
1 now only ask a trial ot tnis valuable Tonic.
Price $1 per bottle. E. F, KUNKEL. Sole
Proprietor, 259 NORTH NINTII STREET,
below Vine, Philadelphia.
ASK FOR KUN&fcL 3 Ul l ibit WINK OF
I.RON AND TAKE NO OTHER., .
If your Druggist has it not, enolose 5100
to my Address, and the medicine, with ad
vice free, will follow by next express train
to you- Leb. 28, 72-6mi .
ALL KINDS OF BLAN' WORK, &c, done
at this Office in the neatest, manner and
at low prices. -:'-..
: Vfiif is this Crand Specific for dyspep
sia ? ibis bubbling, spnrkling. cooling, puri
fyiug. regulating draught they call Tasbast's
Effertklcrnt Skltzkr Aperient? Hell, it
is simply the Chemical fat timile of the SelU
xer Spring Water, which, for 100 years has
been aceounted the finest Cathartic and Al
terative in all Europe.
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lilOUIlilil jih uniting Ample Se
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The Best Locations for Colonies.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
Free Passes to Purchasers of Land.
Send for the new Descriptive Pamphlet,
with new maps, published in English, Ger
man, Swedish and Danish, mailed tree every
where. Address 0. F. DAVIS,
Land Commissioner, IT. P. K. R Co..
The Mason & Hamlin Hbgan Co. respect
fully announce the introduction of improve
ments of much mere tbuu ordinary interest.
REED AND PIPE CABINET ORGANS
beinp; the only successful combination of
REAL I'll'ES with reeds ever nvido ;
DAY'S TRANSPOSING KEY-HOARD,
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at $140, $132 and $l-" each. Considering
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Workmanship, these are cheaper than any trfore
The Mason s Hamlin Organs are acknowl
edged BKST, and from extraordinary facili
ties for manufacture this Company can afford,
and now umierlake to at prices which
ForR octave oroans $"U each ; five octave
ohuans $100, $125 and upwards. With three
sett of reeds $150 and upwaids. Forty stylet,
up to $1500 each.
New iLirsTRATin Catalogue, and Iesti
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THAN ONE THOUSAND MUSICIANS, sent
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Something Xew for Agents.
Agenls who itant to make money Can sell noth
ing so rapidly as our new and beautiful tteel
THE MOTHER OF OUR LORD.
It is the finest subject ever engraved, and
surprises every beholder with its wondrous
beauty. Sire 22x30 in. Price $2 50. High
ly endorsed by leading Divines of all denomi
nations. Agents who find that " Hooks go
hard," can make $10 per day wilh this splen
did work of art. Male and female Agenls
wanted. Write for circulars to N ORTIHNG
TOS, DCSTlN & CO., Hartford, Coaa.
Columbia Fire Insurance Company
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
S. 8. Detwilie, Pres't.
H. Wilsok. Vice-Prea't
IIsan'T Thomas, Treas.
3. f. FaciAtirr, Sec'y.
J. B. Bachnan.:!
J. S. STtl.-iE.
M. M. SlRlCKLSR.
B. T. Rroir.
. For Insurance or Agencies, address :
S. F. ratSUFF, Scc'y, Olnmkla, Pa.
LARGE stock of Ready-made Clothing for
ale by HARLEY A CO.
grg Coofls, Grorrrifis, ejiwfnsurr, &c.
I STILL AT THE FRONT.
First in the Field with our New Goods for the
ALL THE x'0VLTIES OF THE SEASON
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S.
DOLLY VARDEN TIIE GREAT RAGE
in Woolen and Cotten Materials.
Alexis Cloths, Japenese Stripe,
The l'opular Goods, in New and Choice Styles.
Maripose Pehs, Figured and Stripes,
The Handsomest and Cheapest.
Yosemite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, ALPACCAS,
And a Last of other things whieb taost be seen to be appreciated.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any and everything at prices which defy competition.
One of the best in the county, embracing all the New and Best Stvle
for the Spring and Summer Tradt for Ladies, Miosrs and Children--the
same exclusively for our trade nt prices to suit all purchtaers. Every
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For cur Grocery and Quecnsware Department we havej secured
one 6f the finest rooms iu the county in the OJJ Fellows' 1111.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought to the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
our numerous friends and customer. For quality and price we defy competition.
WE SOLICIT A FULL SHARE OF PUBLIC PATEONAGE.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
May 1, 1S72.
D W HARLEY & C0.'S
Is the place where yon can buy
Tho los-t jiikI itlo diosipoxt
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, E0OT3, SHOES, AJTS FUF.:HSH::73 C-COES.
!S are prepared to exhibit one of ihc mnst choice and select Stnrks ever offered ia this
n.arkaf, and at AST0X1SIIIX0 LOW l'RICKS !
Also, measures taken for Suits and pm-ts of Suits, which will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Kcmember the place, in the Nevin Bailding, two doors west of the Keystone
Store, BRIDGE STUEET, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. may 8, 1372-lf
DR. P. C. RUiDIO.
FBYSiei&M ail HBV6CcIS3?9
DEALER IN EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to hi3 large assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantage to
call, as they will find the largest 8to;k- in the enmity to select from. COME
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SUJUT RESTORKI).
, NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLINS, ACCORDEOXS ANI II ARMO'nIcONS ; ALSO A SPLEXDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
IV i tli an mmensc stock of NOTIONS t3 Something for everybody, young
and old, at the
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
IBSEXSE SIC CESS Agents Wanted, male
or female, in evi-ry county in the Lniled
States ond Cnnads, to sell our new and most
useful Paleni : from one to six used in every
family. 109 per cent, guaranteed. Forsam
ples and terms, inclose ten rents snd address
FERGUSON A CO.,
(Mo Rivor Street, Trov, N. Y.
EAEE CHA1TC3 FOE AGENTS !
IftnUi we will pay you $40 per week in
cah if you will engage with us at osr
Everything furnished, aril expenses paid.
Address F. A. ELLS It CO., Charloite. Mich.
AGENTS WANTED. Agcnle make more
money at work fcr us than at anything
else. Business light and permanent. Par
ticulars free. G. Stissos & Co., Fine Art
Publishers, Portland. Maine.
c; rino co., iT t. price eoQrt
. k5. "o Agents Circulars Free 6i7U
For any case of VUind, Bleed
ing, Itching or Ulcerated
Piles that Pa Bino's Pn.a
RsMtny fails to cure. It is prepared express
ly to cure the Piles and nothing else. Sold
by all Druggists. Price, $.0'X
STAMMERING.-'- White 4- Oalman, 402
4th av.. New York. References from
clergymen in this city. No pay until cured.
Send for Circular.
GREAT 1EBICAL ROOK of useful knowl
edge to all. bent free for two stamps.
Address Dr. Bos ap arte ft Co., Cincinnati,
TRTTP F0R ! Swis3 Magnetic TIME
mnrD KEEPER and Indicator. IndUpen
i lirlh sabfe to every traveler, trader, boy,
farmer, and for EVERYBODY in need of a
reliable time keeper. Usual watch size, steel
works, glass cryttal, in neat OROIDE case,
WAKRAsrro ti denote correct time fur two
years.,: Nothing Hit li. . i,G00 sold weekly.
This valuable article, in neat case,' will be
sent, prepaid, anywhere, f Si ; 3 (or $1.
Try one. Circulars free. ' Order on'y from
the Soie Agents, F. KINO & CO., Brattle
boro, Vt. ' - '
'Jcsiata Sestisci. $l,ao eer year.
HAWKED1 PATENT FOOTITAIS PE5.
Wbites Tfn Hiwb. HMTt!t any pen. By Mail,
Kirkil. $1,110; Kiilh.T,f 1.50. JiiOanil f-t..Vl: tlsosn
porior qn.-illtytiold Pro. KuMHrnnd told Pencils,
Fens tvp&ircd 50c eu h. N.-i.! Mamp fr Circular. Sft
GfcO. f. HAWKia, 6fi Na50 SUN.T.
Health! Streiurthll Vkor!!
FOIl C8TIVErKf!, BiLLIOl'SNESS and
LiVrr.ro.MPniNT use Da. HKKKICK'S
Suoak-Co vrr.D YtiiErABLi! Pills, the
best in vr.
FOR Pai.v ix tiik Back or Sidf, oh
. RrlanMAiisM. use DR. IIERRIChVS
KlO SrSCNQTIIEXIXi l'LASTcas.
FOR Catarrh, or Cor.D is thk Heap,
use DR. rERRlX'S Fimioatob.
FOR all Live Stock, use IIarvell's
The above articles are among the best in
Satisfaction guacanteed or the money re
funded. Sold by BANKS ft HAMLIN and KEPNER
i SON, Agent3, Milltintown. Pa., and Dr. P.
C. RLNDIO, Palteraon, P. , und the trade
L. W. WARNER i CO..
67 Murray Street, New York.
Feb 11 72 -3m
literature, Art and Song
Is the best telling book ever offered. It
combines the humor of anecdote, the wisdom
j of essay, the information of history and biog
raphy, tne sweetness ana grandeur ot poetry,
the exquisite charm of music, and 400 beau
"Solid reading for graver moments ; plea
sant picturea to illumine quiet hours; and
gems of song for the social circle,"
An Agent writes, ' Sold 127 copies this
week.. Will sell 600 this month easily."
Our new system of eanvassmg dees away
with 0ojjctir.es to the business. Particulars
freo. A valuatI present to every new agent.
. INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING CO., 33
and 95 Liriitt Stbist, New York.
May 1, I872-10w " "