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Wednesday Morning, June 5. 1872.
B. F. SCIIWEIER,
GENERAL U. S. GRANT.
G EN. JOHN F.HARTRANFT
Or MOKTGOM KRT COl'NTT.
FOR SUPREME JUDGE.
HON. ULYSSES MERCUR,
OF B&ADFOBD COl'NTT.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL,
GEN. HARRISON ALLEN,
Of WABREX COl'NTT.
TOR CONGRFSSMEN ATt.AEOR,
CIS JIARRT WHITE, of Indiana.
t.LN. LEMUEL TODD, of Cumberland.
lit LEGATES AT I.ARu'B TO THE CONSTI
WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia
J. UILI.INGII AM f ELL. Philadelphia
Gen. MAKKY IIU E. Indiana,
tlen. WILLIAM LILLV. Otrhon.
I. 1NN IJAHTI'.OLOMEW, Schuylkill.
II. N. M'ALISTEK, Centre.
WILLIAM DAVIS, Monroe.
JAMES L. REYNOLDS. Lancaster.
hAMUEL E. DIMMK'K, Wayne.
(iEiUltir; V. LAWRENCE. Wehington.
1'AVID N. HH1TE. Allegheny.
W. Jl. Al VLY. Lehigh.
Jf H N II. WALKER. Erie.
GEO. P. ROWELL 4C0.40 Park Row, New York
S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y,
Are our tolt agents in thai city, and are nil-
rhoriieJ to couiract for advertising at our
1we-.t rates. Advertisers in that city are le-
quested to leave their favors with either of
ihe ai.ove houses.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Hondtira and Salvador are at war.
I'liihidi I, hia has two hundred miles of
The Uepub'icin National Cuuveution
is iu session in I'liila-lclj hia.
James Gordon Bennett, editor of the
New York litraht, died at bis residenco,
in New York, on Saturday last.
A large portion of the village of South
"Salon, Madison county, Ohio, was de
etroyed by fire on Friday night.
Half million of people witnessed the
Derby race at Epsom Downs, England,
on the 29th ult, Tweuty-three horse:'
The Pennsylvania Hailroad Company
will furnish free transportation to all
goods or articles iut?ndcd for tbe Cen
The French authorities have not yet
finished the trials of the Communists.
On the 30th ult. a man named Chateau
was sentenced to be shot.
Smoking has been prohibited in the
liorse cars of Philadelphia. The Xonh
Jmfiit-tin advocates the placing of seats
on the top of the cars for the accommo
dation of smokers.
Senator Sumner is out iu along speech
arraigning President Grant ou Santo Do
mingo, the appointment of relatives to
office, aud gift taking old suljects
without a word of how our government
was saved by Graut. Tbe President is
safe in tbe bands of the people, and they
will re-elect him next November.
The Democrats last week held their
State Convention at Reading, and nomi
nated Charles R Buckalew for Governor.
He is a genteel, honest, able and intense
Democrat. IIu was in the United States
Senate during the war, and made as good
a lecord there for the Democracy as
could be desired, and as unfavorable a
record for tbe Union cause as he could
The Democrats aud Liberals are play
ing a high game, each expecting to turn
up head. The Democrats wink aud say
vote for Buckalew. Tbe Liberals wink
and say vote for Greeley. Then choius,
all. Agreed ! Agreed ! llartrauft will
be the next Governor, and Grant the
No one questions Senator Buckalew's
character as a man, but if tbe Congress
of the United States had entertained the
views that Mr. Buckalew did during tbe
war, the rebellion would have been a suc
cess, and free government wonld have
come to an end.
Senator Buckalew is a gentleman and
a first class Democrat. 11 is action in tbe
United States Senate never in the faiutest
degree gave encouragement to the sol
diers who were periling their lives against
When tbe Democrats support Horace
Greeley they support all the reconstruc
tion measures. When they support
Charles Buckalew, tbey repudiate all tbe
reconstruction measures. A double play,
The bargaiu and sale between the
ground floor managers of the Democratic
and Liberal party is. You vote for Buck
alew and I will vote for Grcely.
Tbe residence, barn and outbuildings
of Frederick Douglass, at Rochester,
were destroyed by fire on Sunday night
The fire originated in the barn about
Democratic State Convention.
Tbe Democratic Stale Convention last
week nominated Charles R. Burkalew for
Governor on tbe 7th ballot. Hon. Jas
Thompson was nominated for Supreme
Judge, by acclamation. Mr. William
Hartley, if Bedford county, was nomina
ted for Auditor General.
No nomination for President was made.
which is equivalent to an endorsement
Tbe Convention adopted tbe following
Rctolcfd, That tbe Democratic party,
while in the future as in the past, firmly
upholding the Constitution of the United
Slates as tbe foundation and limitation of
the powers of the General Government,
and the safe shield of the liberties of the
people, demands for the citizen the largest
freedom consistent with public order, and
for every State the right of self govern
ment ; that to uphold the former and pro
tect the latter the Democracy of Penn
sylvania can find no better platform on
which to stand than the great leading
principles enunciated in the inaugural
address of President Jefferson and tbe
farewell address of the immortal Jack
son ; upon these two great State paper
we plant ourselves and enter the contest
Ilr.lrtd, That abused as the public
confidence has been, by a long period of
official mismanagement, waste and fraud,
this convention iuviies the cooperation
of all citizens of the Commonwealth in
I the earnest effort which the great con
I stituency it represents is about to make
! to remove from our State administration
I every taint of political corruption The
j interest of every Pennsylvania!! is di
rectly and vitally concerned in the eradi
! cation of all uiijuDt usages and practices
j by which individual fortunes may be
1 created at public cost, and the attempt to
I do this can be made certainly successful
by the union o upright and fair-minded
men ot all partu s, ana oy sustaining
candidates of unquestioned abilities and
It'tohrd, That this convention ap
peals to the people of Pennsylvania for
the support of the candidate for Governor
whom it has pl.iced in nomination he
cause his election will secure at once a
correction of existing wrongs and the
nermanent future Droi-neiitV of the State
f.- ,, K...ao l. l.a
. j . . u .i
ti.iAt, nnimnataH tinf i lilltworVP. till
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vtewg, or promote tlie interests ol auy
section or faction, but to meet the re
quirements of an urgent and common
need ; because he fully represents and
in his life and character faiily illustrates
the true spirit and principles of popular
government ; because he has been an
earnest, sincere and tfficittit opponent
of tbe fraudulent practices and faise doc
triors of lUo party that has held power
through many long years of misrepre
sentation and misrule ; because he stands
pledged, by the record of his who'e life,
to administer his ofiice, if elected, for the
benefit and only for the benefit of the
people ; because he can be trusted to se
cure careful, economical and responsible
control of tbe agents and officials and the
Treasury of the Commonwealth ; because
he can be relied on to withstand un
founded aud unjust demands to the
piedjudice of public rights, to oppose
with vigor the encroachmeut of power
ful corporations, and energetically resist
tbe grant to aggregated capital of privi
leges which could be used to inj'tre,
hamper and impede the efforts of indi
viduals in the various enterprises and
fields of labor wh'eh tbe State affords,
and because his action in the past is
nroof that bis official influence will be
used hereafter to prevent the mischief of
special legislation, aun to destroy tbe
possibility of procuring the enactment of
any statute by the use of money or any
other corrupt means.
Jletohed, That in presenting the Hon
James Thompson for Judge of the Su
preme Court, we have only to invite
the consideration of tbe people to the
integrity, impartiality aud pre eminent
legal attainments which have character
ized tl.e discharge of his official duties
during bis fifteen years' service upon the
bench of the Supreme Court.
It-tolced, That in the persons of the
candidates presented for the offices of
Auditor General, Congressmen ut large
and delf gates to amend the Constitution,
we have candidates eminently worthy of
tbe confidence and support of the people.
Rrtoloed, That the graut by the radi
cal Legislature of this State of numer
ous charters creating such corporations
as the ' South improvement company,"
" Continental improvement company."
and others of similar character, is unjust
to the interests of trade, is dangerous to
the rights aud liberties of the people
and as such meets with our unqualified
The following candidates are in the
field for tbe Presidency :
President Grant. Republican.
Horace Greeley, Democrat or Liberal.
Judge Davis. Laboi Reform.
James Black, Temperance.
Mrs. Victoria C WoodhuII, Free Love.
It is said that the Free Traders will
repudiate Greeley, which, if true, will
put another candidate in the field.
For the Governorship in Pennsylvania
General Hartranft, Republican.
Senator Buckalew, Democrat or Liberal
Mr. Schell, Labor Reform,
With a Temperauce Governor in pros
pect. On the Presidential question all of the
nominations outside of tbe nomination of
Grant, Republican, and Greeley, Demo
crat or Liberal, are side issues.
All nominations outside of tbe Hart
ranft and Buckalew nominations are side
There are some nine hundred millions
of people in the world. Of this number
only forty millions have a free govern
ment, in which family or class despotism
does not rule Tbe people of the United
States are the forty millions. We have
able men in our State who are favorable
to class rule. Senator Buckalew is and
for years has been considered a leader
among such men. He belongs to tbe
party that has advocated that capital
should own its labor Class doctrine
stronger than that canuot be advocated.
Half the land in Virginia ia in tbe
market at low price.
A TORNADO'S D015GS.
A Quilting Party Disturbed A House
lifted from it's Fonndatlons.
Between four and five o'clock on
Wednesday evening, says tbe Greenville
Argus, Mercer county a tornado passed
across the Valley a short distance above
town, taking an easterly conrse, which
did a vast amount of damage to dwell
ings, fences and forests. It was seen at
the time mentioned for it was a thing
of substance, having the proverbial fun
nel, form, its outliness defined by the
darkness of its great density it was
seen proceeding from the bill on the
West side swiftly across tl.e river, taking
up as it went in a swath perhaps a quar
ter of a mile wide, every object which it
encountered. After snatching the trees
bald headed, and juggling, in good Jap
anese style, with the fence rails, it struck
the house of Mr. Phillips, on tbe James
town road, lifted tbe roof completely off,
and twisted the frame into an utter inu
tility. It then wrapped its trunk around
bis apple trees, and, as old Hannibal, or
any other elephant would have done.
jerked them out of root with the greatest
ease. It next struck the house and barn
of Mr. Thompson Williamson a few
miles beyond, serving these in the same
manner. The house it picked up and
carried some thirty feet, the concussion
as it touched l'irt firma again, demol
ishing the kitchen part completely. Al
though there were thirty persous in the
house, a quilting paity being held at the
time, no one, strange to relate, was seri
ously injured. Tbe roofs of both houses
and barn are wanting to this day. they
having, literally, "'gone np." The dam
age to timber and fences was immense.
the former being generally devastated
and the latter carried away all along the
course of the inverted maeletrom. Of!
fl.A f it r ! tie ri wn nrpii. a n f ,f,A mnn.tfP WA
have not beard, though it is likely that it !
continued its nprooliug and overturning
career for some distance beyond. So far
as learned, no one was hurt.
A Magazine reviewer in the Philadel
phia North American says: Mr Lee
says tbe woman's suffrage movement in
Wyoming has given the sex political
equality, and they have enjoyed it for
two years. Their domestic and wifely
qualities have not deteriorated. Their
iufluence is exerted to purify the politic
al at mosphcre and enforce the la ws. They
do not seek office inordinately, nor dom
inuer over their husbands $ give from
half an hour to one day yearly to poli
tics ; adjure free-love and have won so
much respect that an attempt to repeal
the law has failed. They have served
lor two years as jurrrs and done well
The fi-male caucuses were shrill but did
not come to blows, and npon the whole
Mr Lee praises the experiment.
AVexkrablb Kentucky Democrat,
oppressed with grief at tbe thought of
voting for Greeley, gives voice to his
feeling as follows :
"I'm getting old ; I can't last long;
I will soon step into the grave. I don't
want to go to the other world and meet
our old Democratic neighbors and tell
'em I wound up my life by votiu' for a
man who has abused our party all his
days, and to whose infamous teaching,
more than to those of any other man
living, we owe the sad, sad, weeping
days of fire and sword ami desolatiuu
and ruin of the past twelve years !"
Barm Blown Down During the
heavy thunder storm, on Monday after
noon, the large bank barn owned by
Robert Green of this city, and situate on
bis farm about one mile east of Altoona,
was lifted from its foundation by a vio
lent blast of wind and thivertd to at
oms. Tbe barn was a good one, being
constructed of heavy timber, and was
supposed to be proof against howling
winds, but those of Monday afternoon
were too strong for it, and razed it to a
total wreck. We did not lean the loss
sustained. Altoona Tribun.
Fatal Acciuem r. Ou Saturday the
ISth iust., as Mr Peter Sholiy, of Kye
township Perry county, was on bis wag
on unloading wood, he slipped, and his
foot catching iu one of the standards he
fell to the ground on his head and shoul
ders, receiving such internal injury as to
cause his death on the Monday following.
Mr. S holly was only about 30 years of
age. He leaves a widow and four chil
dren to mourn bis sudden death Perry
4 "comity Altvoc'tte.
Ahm Crush ko. Ou Monday evening
of last week, Mr. David Bituer, while en
gaged in boring posts with a machine
driven by horse power, at tbe residence
of John R. Boden, Ksq , near Ickesburg,
he slipped, and in throwing out his left
arm it came in contact with the augur
and bo'h bones of tbe fore arm were
erusbed at the wrist joiut. This will
render the wrist joiut useless. We sym
pathise with Mr. Bitner in his misfor
tune Perry County Adcorate
Thk Christum Union asks : "What
are we to gain by a new party made
up in haste, without common principles,
jumbled together, not to correct grave
public evils, but to avenge private griefs,
or to reward violent and irregular ambi
Forcer Arrested In Disguise.
Richmond, May 30 Samuel Perry,
alias Perrin, was arretted npon his ar
rival in this city to day, on a telegram
from Macon, charged with forgery. lie
was proved to be the party who stole
bonds to the amount of $50,000 ia Wor
cester, Mass., some months since. He
was disguised as an old farmer when ar
rested. He will be held for a reauiei-
tiro from Massachusetts or Georgia.
A Heavy Ballr. Salt ia is S-pfeW
New Yobk, May 29 A New York
firm has bronght suit in the Supreme
Court, on behalf of some stockholder of
the Blue Ridge Railroad Company of
Sooth Carolina, against the president and
Executive Committee of the road.
The offence charged ia the misappro
priation'of tbe funds of the company,
and the complaint alleges that in accord
ance with a bill passed by the South
Carolina Legislature, last March, $4 000.
000 of bonds of the company, guaran
teed by the State, were exchanged for
revenue bond scrip, which was to be re
ceivable by the State for taxes. Tbe
complaint further alleges that the presi
dent of the road, John J. Patterson, ob
tained possession of tl.SOO.000 of this
scrip, and obtaiued loans upon portions
it, and divided money and scrip among
his personal friends aud members of the
South Carolina Legislature
The complaint alleges also that the
Treasurer of the State of South Carolina
received $50,000. Judge Ingiaham
granted an order to show cause why an
injunction should not be issued and a re
The question was argued before Judge
Leonard to day whether courts of this
State have jurisdiction in matters where
plaintiffs ars non-residents. The decis
ion was reserved
Bold Robbery. One of tbe boldest
and most successful robberies ihat has
come to our knowledge for a long time
was perpetrated in Salisbury, in our
neighboring county of Somerset, on
Thursday night last. The particulars,
as given us by a gentleman from that
place yesterday, are as follows : Oh
Thursday night, between eleven and one
o'clock, some parties gained an entrance
to Mr. Peter Uay's store, by taking out
a pane of glass in one of the windows
when, after one of the thieves got inside
the front door of tbe store was opened.
From tracks in front of the store it waa
plaiuly to be seen that the thieves had a
wagon in which to carry off their booty,
which they successfully accomplished,
taking with them over $1,000 worth of
dry goods, boots and shoes. A wagon
was tracked out tbe road leading to the
National Pike, but at that point the trail
was lost. It is presumed the parties will
yet be detected, as numbers of persons
are on tbe lookout for them. A wagon
was followed by one of the Messrs. Hay
yesterday from near Salisbury to Frost
burg, but it proved to be that of a resi
dent of tl.e vicinity, against whom there
was not a shadow of suspicion. Cum
berland Daily News of hut wrek.
Sl-DDKV Dbatuu Friday last Laura
a fifteen month old child of Mr. A Hake,
of this borough, died ofcholora infantum
on Sunday evening, Edward, a four
year old son of the same gentleman fell
a victim to the same disease. It is sup
posed both children had eaten locust
blossoms the day previous to Laura's
dicease and that these were the direct
cause of their sudden demise. Monday
morning another child of Mr. Hake's was
ill, but at this writing, not seriously.
Locust blossoms are very dangerous and
of i en fatal poisons to children and par
ents should use every precaution to pre
vent there getting them, as they are
quite pleasant to the tase and children
become very fond of them. Jlunlm'jdun
Gored by a Bull. On Tuesday
evening Mrs Biickcr, an aged lady of
Lisburn, Cumberland county, was pass
ing along the publis road between Lautz's
mill and her house, she was attacked by
a bull (belonging to Mr. Floyd) who
pushed be against and ovor a fence, and
inflicted an ngly gash of five inches in
length npon oue of ber limbs. It m
that tbe animal had escaped from a
field into a road. The wounded lady
was conveyed to her home, where she
is receiving proper attention. ILirru
Wife Murderer Lynched.
Sparta, Ky., May 30. John Bran
ham, who murdered his wife yesterday
splitting her bead open with his axe,
was bung last night by a party of a hun
dred men, who collected in front of the
jail about 1 o'clock and demanded the
keys from tbe jailor, which were reluc
tantly given up They then took Bran
ham from the jail, carried him half a
mile from town, and hung him to a tree.
His wife was buried to-day. No cause
for killing his wife is knowu.
Fire at Tamaqna, Pa.
Tamaqua, May 31. At to o'clock
A. M. a most destructive fire broke out
in Dean's carriage factory here. The
flames spread rapidly and before six
o'clock the whole block was destroyed,
including Dean's factory, a chair factory,
hardware, store, two saddlery shops,
several 1 grocery stores in all about
twenty buildings. The total loss could
not be ascertained. The property was
Results or the Freshet.
Sr. Louis May 30 Mail accounts of
the freshet in Southwestern Missouri say
that whole farms in the valley of Spring
river Centre creek and other streams
were completely washed away, leaving
nothing but rock and gravel. Laige
numbers of live stock were drowned, and
hundreds of yards of the Atlantic and
Pacific railroad tracks were swept from
its bed into the adjacent fields.
The General Assembly of Iowa, has
abolished capital punishment, aud sub
stituted imprisonment for life at bard
labor no pardons to be granted except
ou recommendation of tbe Assembly.
Two enterprising and pretty woman
have opened a fashionable tailoring es
tablishment in Boston.
The $8,000 subscription has been se
cured in Erie, and the next State .Fair
will be held in that town.
Counterfeit fifty 'cent notes are again
in circulation. The spurious issue is a
trifle longer than the gtnuine.
The largest orchard in tbe world is in
California It contains 420 acres, and
more th 75.000 fruit trees.
It is the fashion in New York for
yonug ladies to carry their umbrellas
suspended from a bell by a chain.
1 he Newark bakers are now obliged
by law to stamp npon all loaves tbe pre
cise weight together with their own name.
A Cincinnati man is searching through
the west for a runaway wife aud $10.
000 iu bonds which she took especially
Tbe modern sandwich derives its
name from t'e English Earl of Sandwich
who, it is said, first made it a specialty
on his table.
The rice crop along the Lower Louisi
ana coasts are repoited to be especially
domiciling and the ratoou cane also
Tbe bodies of several unfortunates
who were buried in the suow avalanches
in Utah during the past winter, have
A young girl, fourteen years of age.
living near Knckbiidge, Va.. can repeat
jneailrthe whole of the New Testa
Owner of pearl jewelry should be
careful to keep tbem from exposure to
greasy surfaces, as contact of this kiud
destroys their luster.
A lady in Iowa recently drew $30,000
on the de ith of her second husband, hav
ing drawn $20,000 from the same com
pany when her fi.st husband died.
Near Knoxville. Tenn , is a spot situ
ated between the mountains, and aptly
called. Happy Valley, in which only one
death has occured in twelve years.
Franz Abt thinks that the Americans
have more talent for music than the Eng
lish, and that the growth of musical taste
here has been wonderful, aud promises a
There is a boot-black in Philadelphia
who professes to tell a customer's charac
ter from bis stockings. According to this
gifted youth, a customer who has no stock
ings has uo character,
A lady named Rea has pre empted a
a homestead of 160 acres of tbe public
land in Montana. An example which
huudreds of Ijrdless and landless women
would rea lly do well to follow.
Podology is tbe latest ology. It is the
science of being able to tell a person's
character and disposition by the bones of
the leg and feet. It is uolliftly to come
generally in vogue.
' A lady in Alexandria, Va., who I st her
pocket book last October, has just receiv
ed it through the post-office It contained
tbe same amount of money, though not
the same notes, as it did when she lost it.
There aie twelve thousand professional
musicians in New York city, and, estima
ting their fami ies, twenty five thousand
people directly dependent for their bread
upon tbe popular taste of the metropolis
We will meet in heaven, husband,
dear,'' is tbe affectionate epitaph which
an Ohio woman has had inscribed, upon
tbe tombstones of each of three departed
husbands. Trouble ahead in that family,
Walnut stumps have become an article
of merchandise and many of them are
very valuable The curly grain of tbe
roots is used for veneering aud some
atuinjs am worth St SO, mtUit beiug
properly worked into sbaoe.
A manna has been obtained from an
old linden on the Vosges, consisting of
55 per cent, of sugar, 25 of glucose, and
20 of dextrine, and is probably similar to
that which was used by the Israelites iu
in the wilderness.
There are 330,000 stars in the north
ern and 50,000 in tbe southern hemi
sphere, whose places have been recorded,
and yet tbe facility for observing is much
more favorable iu tbe south, on account
of the clearness of the- sky.
A Massachusetts mechanic has in
vented a friction clutch lor machinery
capable ot stopping forty horse power
Patents have been secured iu this count
ry and Knglaud and have been applied
for in Belgium and Germany.
John Etswiler, formerly a hotel keep
er at Millersburg.. Dauphin countyT was
convicted a few days ago iu tbe U. S.
Circuit Court at Pittsburg, of passing
counterfeit money. He was connected
with the Menges-Meinhait-Altic gang.
The eleven territories, including Alas
ka as accurately as can at present be as
certained, contain over one billion and a
quarter acres, exceeding by nearly two
hundred thousand square miles tbe ag
gregate territory of all the present ad
mitted States of the Union.
Miss Antinette Polk of Tennessee, is
quite a belle in foreign circles In a re
cent fox hunt in Italy she carried off the
palm, there being no less than forty riders
in the field. The young lady is a dangh
ter of the late Col. A. J. Polk, before
the war owner of the princely estate.
"Ashwood," near Nashville.
The man who stood half an hour In a
church vestibule, and then twenty min
utes in tbe aisle, without being offered a
seat, is decidedly opposed to having
"God put into tbe Constitution," at pre
sent. He thinks it would be better to
try the experiment of patting a little more
godliness into tbe churches first.
Caps, Capss & Torches.
Send for IiiesraATiuCiB
ccla and Prici List.
CUNNINGHAM & HILL.
So. 204 Chnrek Street,
May 31, '72-4
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Now Shop in ICSintown.
THE subscriber begs leave lo inform the
citiiens of Miolmtown, PaiteMon and
vicinity lhat he has opened t Boo. and Shoe
Shop, for the present, in the room occupied
by N. K I.ittefield s Tin Shop, on Bridge
Bireet. Miffliniown. where he is prepared lo
manufacture ail kinds of
' CHILDREN'S WEAB,
in Ibe most substantia mnnner. and at Ihe
lowesr prices. ggU Repairing proniptly at
A liberal share of public patronage is soli
cited, sal satUfactio i gutmnteed.
A. B. FASICK.
May 29. 1872-tf
LI. perron are hereby cautioned againit
Hunting. Fishing, or in any way tres
passing on Ihe farm occupied by the under
igne'i, in Milford lownihip. All persons so
offending will be dealt wi" to the full extent
or ihe Uw. JOSEPH FL'NK.
M.y 22, 1872.
TVJOTICE is hereby gien ihnt Joseph S.
1 Sartain, of Walker township. Juniata
county. Pa., and Catharine A., his wife, bj
deed of Tolunlary assignment, have assigned
all Ibe e-tate, real and personal, of ihe said
Joseph S. Sartiin. to John B. M. Todd, of
tbe borough of Patterson, in said county, in
trust for the benefit of the creditors of said
Joseph S. Sartain. All persons, therefore,
indebted to the said Juwph S. Sartain will
make payment to the said Assignee, and thee
baring claims er demands will make known
the same without delay.
JOHN B M. TODD.
Assignee of Joseph S. Sartaia.
May 15, 187J-t
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Have opened a Lumber Yrd 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, &c,
in large or small quantities, to suit rus
JOl, Persons wanting Lumber hr the car-
Ihad e.m be suDolied at reduced rates !
BEYER, GUYER A CO.
George Goshen, Agent,
r.itt arson, May 15. 72-tt
GREAT REDUCTION m
rmovii or TEETH!
Full Upper or Lower Sets as Low as $5.00.
No teeth allowed to 1ito the office unless
the patient is satisfied.
Teeth remodeled and repaired.
Teeth filled lo lat for life.
Toothache slopped in five minutes without
ex'racting ihe tooth.
Dental work dne for persons without them
lesring their homes, if desired.
E'.ectriciiy used in 1 he extraction of teeth,
rendeiing it almost a painless operation, (no
extra charge) at the LVnUl Office of G. L.
Derr, established in Mifiliniown in lSi',0.
G. L. DERR,
Jen 21. 1872-1 v Practical Dentist.
OFFERS hi professional se'ices to th
public in general, in both branches of
his profession operatiTe and mechanical.
. First eek f every month at Richfield, Fre
mont and Turkey Valley.
Second week Liverpool and Wild Gil Val
ley. Third week Millerstown and Raceoon
Fourth week at his office in M'Alisterrille.
Will visit Mi til in when c-illcd on.
Teeth put up on any of the bases, and as
liberal as anywhere else.
Address by latter or olberwis.
May 1, 1872-ly
Estate ff Jfiiria P Ltektemtnattr, dtceaarii.
NOTICE Jiereby g'nen that Letters Tes
tamentary on the estate of Maria P.
Lichleni baler, late of Ihe borough of Thomp.
sontown. deceased, have he?n granted lo the
undersigned. All pcisons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, ann ihese having claims will please
present them properly authenticated for set
tlement. P. L. GREENLE F,
May 8. 1872-fit Executor.
Estate of Mathias Jaws, deeensed.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the
estate of Matbias James, late of Dela
ware township, Juniata county, deceased,
having been granted to the nnde. signed, all
persons having claims or demands against
said estate are requested to present them, and
those indebted to make payment.
May 1, 1872-t Administrator.
I"WIE undersigned is agent for one of the
best Force Pumps, for any depih of cis
tern or well, in the world. By attaching hose
lo the spout, water can be thrown 3t to 0
feet. Nothing better could be asked in case
of fire. It is a non-freexing pump.
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
Estate of Robert C. Gallaker, deceased.
"VTOTICE is hereby given that Letters Testa
L mentary on ihe estate of Robert C. Gal
laher, late of Fermanagh lowpship, Juniata
county, deceased, have been granted to Ihe
underiigneil, residing in same lownship. All
persons indebted lo said estate are reques
ted lo make immedia'e payment,' and those
having claims will please present them prop
erly authenticated for settlement.
JOSEPH ROTUROCK, Executor.
April 17. 1872-6w
Bally to the Place when yon can buy
your Wall Paper Cheap.
I'HE undersigned takes this method of in
forming the public that he has just re
ceived at his residence ca Third Street, Mif
fliniown, a large assortment of
of various styles, which he offers fur al.
CHEAPER than can be purchased elsewhere j
in the county. All persons in need of the
above article, and wishing .o save money, are !
luvuea iu cau ana examine bis stosk and
hear his prices belare going elsewhere.
S-Large supply eonstanlly on hand.
MiffliDtowB, Aprj 1871-tf
LIST OF LE ADING AJtTICLES PRICES
reported weekly by C. UAK1LET, ep.
posite the Post Office, Miulintown, Pa :
Cheese, Ohio -
Sew York............. -
Moltsses, Porto Kico, j gal
New Orleans. .
Srup, Honey liee-.... ....
" Melted Sugar -.. -.
Sngir, G ruulated. ...... ..
" Yeilow C
Coffee, Rio, Choice -
" - Fair
" Koied (.Vrouckles)
Tea, Imperial, Fittest - -.
" Oolong. "
Pruens, French -
Soap, Rosin. 6
PliTe - 8
Salt, (I'OutiJ Alum
Mackrral. No. 2 (uew) bbl
l.rooms. No. I
" No -
1 GOu 75
No 3 -
Buckets, Painted, 2 boops
Tin Cups -
Tin Dish Pans
Tin Wash Pans
Boots, Men's Calf
Gaiters. Ladies' Lasting
" Swaet, j peck
Coal Oil. V gallon
taf Cash paid for eggs.
LOOK TO YOUR INTERESTS
'HUE undersigneti offers great inducements
X Ibe coming 9eo. in the Wool Trad,
as he is prepared to furnish home-made good
of all kinds to person who have wool i
exchange, or will pay full cash prices to those
who are desirous of selling.
He intends to travel through Juniata and
adjoining counties, with his Goods Wagon,
and will carry tho following assortment of
All Styles of Doe-Skin Cassimsrss,
Also Summer, Fall, and Winter Cassi
meres, Tweeds, Jeans, flannels,
I'nssineli., Blankets, Shawls,
Carriage Kol.rt. Water-Proof Cloth; Cottrltti,
Counterpane, Yarns. c.
TS5iPcrsons who have wool to dinprseof,
will do well to wait till 1 call on thsin, as I
intend lo make thorough canvass.
Miy t-, 1872-4t A. J. HERTZLER.
rpiIE undersigned begs leave to inform tk
X public 'ba. he has purchased the GI'IT
MILL, in Miiford township, recently ountd
-r -oh L.einon. and, having remodeled and
otherwise iniproveu iu : .re.
pared 10 accommodate all who may (aorbita j
with ibeir patrouage.
Wheat Floor and Sifted Cora Meal al.
ways od banu and for s;ile, whole
sale and Retail.
Also, Shorts, Bmn. Sh 'p stuff and Ch-p
Flour and Feed will be delivered to fami.
lies if desired. His wagon will visit Mifflin,
Patterson and Perrysville three times a ween.
Persons needing flour or feed, can lnte
fl.eir orders at Ihe Store of John Ktka in
Mifflin, or at Penned' Siore in TatterS'in,
or addressing a note to Box 3d, Pattersut
GRAIN OF ALT. KtSDS IIOL'GIIT AT
P. II. HAWX.
A pr. 3. l7-3m
Meat ! 3Ient!
fP HE undersigned hereby respectfully in
A forms the citiiens of Milflintown sal f
Patterson that bis wagon will visit escli n( r
these towns on TCESUAY, THURSDAY "J
SATURDAY" mornings of each week.
they can be supplied with
"Vonl, 31 tit ton.
during the summer season, and also PiiRK
and SAUSAGE in season. 1 purpo to
nisliing Beef every Tuesday and SniafK' .
morning, and Veil and Mutton every Timr1- - ;
day morning. Give mi jonr palronf. '"'
will guarantee to sell as good me.ii " i'"
country can produce, and as cheap as j
other butcher in th county.
June 14, 1871
S. B. LOUDON,
KEVIN'S BUILDING ON
Bridge Street, Mifflintown. Fx,
Desiies to inform bis friends and the f-'
that he has just received" tine and '"
able stock of SPRING' GOODS, consisting '
CL OT5 Plain Black. Blue and Bn
CREP Dahlia, Brown and Blue.
TRICOT B.ack. Blue and Brown.
DIAGONALS Blue and Black.
CHEVIOTS All Shades.
SCOTCH 'WOPS- All Stiles.
HI. A CK DOESKINS A Suoerirr aS'
PA V TS AND VEST PA TTERSf-f "
SUMMER GOOD Geneml Assorto"1
I will sell any of tbe above good' l.T ':
yard or pattern.
I also keep on band a full line of
TFBIfKS pjrrrffvs .nnr of '
Boy, and Children Shin. Coais,
T will Rt9nn(..lnM In nrdeT si
suit the times.
Mifflintown, Anri! 10, 1872.
Mew JMwnu BiJ
R.J. J. APPLEBAUGII has est'"':
a Drug and Prescription Store i
above-named place, and keeps a gen'"'
DRUGS AND 3IEDICISF.S,
Also all other articles usually kept it
lishments of tbi kind.
Pure Wines ana Liquors for medic1' -
poses. Cigars, Tobacco. Stationery.
tions (first-class). Notions, etc., '
USfThe Doctor gives advice frt
Estate ef James M. Sharon, deef J
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY oa ""A J
of James M. Shiron. la' "J 4j
township, deceased, having beea TMit?t
the undersigned, all persons ind 'i. t' '
decedent are requested to nmke P-' '
those having claims o preseni ''".-j h
- in tl
Kay, 1, ll72-fit