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JAMES NORTH. Ajt't
TOUX AS It COtSTRY.
order Snake storirs.
MFJLf and Looping coiigb are pre
Ta we " """-
jj a complete line t: P X. Trimmings
!t Sbelley A niamoaugn s.
ArPERNrKS indicate an abundance
of fruit. Hte tlie appearance is rot a
A two-mory f.ame dwel
ling house on Main street', I'attiirou
Inquire at this office.
Wb are tohl by farmers that cut worms
! trf d.iing an unusual amount of damage
iu tlie cornfields this season
A woman lectuitU on woman suffrage.
in Huntingdon, on Thursday evening.
,hc 23rd ult
Presidential Campaign Caps, Capes
and Torches. Read Card of Cunning-
hn & 11 ill, in this issue.
As exchange says, "if time u money.
e know a number of individual? in town
ho are in mighty easy circumstances."
For your Caesiraeres, Kentucky Jeans.
tfdttonades, and l.inon I aut stun, go to
Shelley &c Suinbaugh's. They can suit
Jkremiah Lvd.vs. Admiiiiutratir of
Matliias Jones, deceased, eold real estate
in Ieiaare lownstitp 10 r-u .'liner, u line
1st, 1S72, for $244.
Tw.i dr:iuken IrL-hnten were commit
ted to jail on Monday evening. They
were coinplettly sobered up the uext
, . , i j i
HKiriiiDg, Wlieu tney were reieaseu.
J Jin' Anodyne. Lmimrnt is said to I
pive more relief in cans.f Chronic Iliu u j
niiiiciu, no matter how severe, thau any
oilier article known to medical lueu
A citiz'n of Huntingdon has two an
tiles that are as fi:m and smooth as when
taken off the tree eleven years ago. So
sars the Glob:
I.AI'IKs' Fancy I5:ikets. in all varieties j
ptiees and sizes, Market Baskets, Clothes
Kaskets. all kinds of flasket for ale at
Sl.ellf-v k StambaoirhV. at low prices. !
jERFMUn Lyons, Executor of J. M. j
fharon, deceased, sold house and lo in j
JilcAlistervme. at pnvate sale, on r naay
luet, to I). C. Rothrock. for ?800.
There were fifty five ladies, in their
Didly Vardens. and over two hundred
i&en present at a barn raiding in Barree
township, Huntingdon county, some days
An exchange says that the burning of
Somerset was predicted 18 years ago by
a man who was arrested and imprisoned
in that town for stealing a horse, but who
was uot found guilty of the charge
Ox Friday a week Samuel B. and
Jacob II. Zook trapped and caged for a
pet a largo bear, which when fat it is
supposed will weigh 400 pounds. He
was caught ou Mrs. Steeley's farm.
Stom? Mouutain. Lrtditoirn Gif-tH.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
will issue excursion tickets to Pittsburg
on the occasion of the meeting of the
S'ate abbath School Convention, to
convene in that city on the 11th inst
Th kets will be sold ou the 7lh, good for
return till the ISth.
0. Wednesday, the 22d ult., a Mrs
Bloom, of Emmaville, Bedford county,
attempted to kindle the fire in the cook
stove with coal oil, when the can, con
taining half a gallon, exploded, throw
ing the burning fluid over the unfortunate
woman. She was burned to such an
txtent tbat she died the next morning in
terrible agony. When will people learn
to be wise I
riBLtc Sale. Mrs Susan Koch will
sell at public sale, on the premises, in
the borough of Thompsontown. on Sat
urday, June 22d, 1872, a lot of ground
with a large frame house, frame stable
and carriage house thereon erected. A
number of fruit trees on the lot. Also a
lot of ground, without improvements, ad
joining the above. Also nt the same
time and place will bo sold a lot of house
hold furniture. Sale at 1 o'clock P. M.
Last Monday the annual meeting of
the Duukeis or German Baptists com
menced at Goodville Church, Fayette
township During the afternoon three
pcrsous were immersed. In the eveuing
the Lord's Supper was celebrated. The
membership of this church in this county
is large. The following preachers from
other counties were iu attendance : Rev.
Peter Meyers, Miffliu county; Rev
Graybill Meyers, Huntingdon county ;
Rev. Daniel Good. Franklin county ;
Rev. John Garver, Huntingdon county ;
Rev M. Haroirb, Perry county.
It ib oflen remarket) bj strangers vis
iting our State, that e eliow a larger
proportion of good horse tl:an any other
State in the Union. This, we tell them.
is owiug to two principal reasons '. in the
first place, we breed from the verj best
stock ; and in the second place, onr peo
pie use Shrriilan Cavalry Cmtl't'o
PoicJers, which are of incalculable ad
A large lot of Hardware just received
AcvIdest On Saturday, the 1st inst.,
as Mr. Samuel McManama and daughter,
of Mifflin county, were riding in a one
hot se spiing wagon, the horse became
frightened when in the vicinity of Mount
Rock Mills, anil ran away. The wagon
and in occupants were thrown down' an
embankment of twenty fet. Mr Mc
Manama had his skull fractured and one
leg broken at the thigh. His daughter
escaped with slight injury. Toe wagon
Canary I'i:ds and Cage for sale at
Grnrliirs Hardware Stre.
K.tertaismkt. All who desire to
spend a pleasant evening, and alo aid a
good cause, are respectfully invited to at
tend a Grand Entertainment to be g'wen
in the Centreville Church, ly the young
I i.J: 1 .1 r .1. .
! a,m B"''""" ' "cmny. on
! Tuesday evening June IS, 1S72 Tli
i programme consists of Music, Dramas,
.'huracies. Tableaux, Recitations, Sec.
The proceeds to be applied to the use of
the Centre 1'i.inn Sunday School Ad
mission, adults 20 cts ; children 10 els.
Kxercises to commence at 7 J P. M.
Ada C Patton,
John II. Fi.nk.
Jebomk T. Aii.mam.
Go to Shelley St Stumbaugb's for all
your Goods, and you will save money
One trial will convince you
Thk ceremonies attending the decora
tion of the soldiers' graves last 'Ihursday
were not of a grand and imposing char
acter. They were plain and iinostfiita
tious. The morning rain interfered some
what with the programme arranged for
the decoration. At 11:28 A M the
(ray bill Cornet Band of this place went
to Perrysvilie and participated in the
ceremonies at Church Hill Cemetery. In
the afternoon mail train they returned,
accompanied by the Perrysvilie Hand
and a number of citizens, who in turn
asst.-ted and witnessed the decoration of
the Soldiers' Monument in the Court
llou.-e Yard A large wreath of flowers
was bung over the top of the monument,
and gai lauds of flowers, of varied hues
graced and beautified the enclosure about
Cherry-.ceeders will soon be in de
mand K very body can be su- plied by
calling at Ciayhill's Haidware Store.
l'Ei'insViLLK, May 25, 1S72.
Juniata Scouts met according to pre-
v"-" announcement. ' iu company
Graybill Zouaves of Mifil n
were reviewed by Li ut. liurchfield mho
na(j K.en detailed to perfoim that duly,
f.dluwiog promotioua and appoint
te W(TC miult. .
Jami s McCauly promoted Sergeant
Edward Kauffmau appointed Color
Wiufield S. Wilson appointed Quar
ter Master Sergeant.
John Shover appoiuted Sergeant.
. Ephraim Cunningham appointed Cor
Lncian Doty appointed Corporal.
Joseph Smith appoiuted Corporal
Henry II. Ilarttnan appointed Corporal.
Three cheers were given for the Gray
bill Zouaves. A vote of thanks was teu
dered the gentleman who gave the field
On motion It wns agreed to meet at
M.filni on the Fourth of July.
J K ROBINSON. Captain.
Matihkw Rti'iF.6, O. 8.
Carpkm rcs and Cabinet Makers will
find it to their advantage to buy their
tools at Graybill's hardware store.
Brv I. W. Wilev. of the Methodist
Chuich, has recently been elected a
Bishop. Bishop Wile' was bom m Mif
flin county, and is well known to many
persons iu this town and county. The
following brief outliue of his life we re
publish from flti exchange :
The Rev Isaac W. Wiley', D. D , is
a Pennsy Iranian by birtb, ai d iu the
47th year of his age. At the age of
thirteen he was converted and became
a member of the M. E. Church. In the
year 1846 be graduated at Medicine, but
instead of continuing in that profession,
joined the Philadelphia Conference in
1S49, aud in the next year sailed for
China as a missionary, returning to this
country iu 1854 His knowledge of
medicine was of sigual value in the mis-
sion worK immediately alter nis re
turn he entered upon pastoral work, and
four years afterward was elected Presi
dent of Pennington Seminary, in New
Jersey, and held that position five years.
The General Conference, held in Phila
delphia in May, 1S64, elected him the
editor of The Ladies' Repository, pub
lished at Cincinnati, and he has filled
that position up to the present time. It
is a singular fact that four of the editors
of this periodical have been elevated to
the Episcopacy within a quarter of a
century, namely Bishop Uameline in
1844, Bishops Thompson and Cl-ark in
1864. aud w Bishop Wiley He is
regarded as an excellent preacher and
nlatform sneaker. -In person be is of
medium height, slender build, and com
pact form, and is pleasing in addresi
Garden Tools of all kinds for eale
at Graybill's Hardware Store.
Sabbath School Convention.
The Juniata County Sabbath School
Association met in Perrysvillo' on the
2(jih .ult and continued' its - sessions
through that, and the - day following.
The number of delegates present was
something over a hundred,' representing
some thirty odd schools- a larger num
ber than bad eer been present before.
A few schools that were represented last
year were not represented this year,- and
a large number" were represented this
year tbat had never before sent dele
gates. Another accession was the large
representation of ministers present. The
discussion of the various subjects pre
sented to the consideration of the Con
vention was entered into with consider
able zeal at times was quite animated,
aud was always interesting and instruct
ive. A deeper interest was manifest than
ever before. Evidently our meetings to
gcther have not been in vain. A great
er earnestness and zeal in the Sabbath
School wotk seems everywhere through
out the county to be manifest and great
encouiagement to labor in this glorious
cause is derived from these great coun
cil meetings. All who attended, the
meetings, whether as delegates or spec
tators, seemed to be highly edified. Va
rious improvements have been suggested.
And another year we anticipate even
better things than we enjoyed this year.
' Reports " were received from some
thirty-nine schools, but, as others have
promised to send their reports to the
Secretary, the statistics will not be giv
en at the present lime. The hospitality
of the citizens of Perrysvilie cannot be
too highly spoken of they are well
worthy of imitation.
The following resolutions were unani
mously adopted, as expressing the sense
ol the convention upon the Important
matters therein contained :
llrtoli eiJ. That the success of our Sab
bath Schools during tlie pa-1 year is en
couraging, and calls for thanksgiving to
2. T hat the importance of Sunday
Schools cannot be over estimated, and
that Sunday school woikei cannot be too
earnest and devoted
3. That the Convention recommends
teachers' meetings far the preparation of
lessons ; great care in the selection of
library nooks j thenseof the blackboard ;
infant classes, and a regular order of ex
ercises iu the f chools y also, doubts the
expediency of offering prizes.
4 1 oat the thanks of this convention
are due, and arc tendered to the citizens
of Perrysvilie and vicinity for their kind
ness and hospitality ; to the officers of tbe
1 lesbvtenan conjugation for the use of
their church ; to thf committee on enter
tainment; to the choir for their music
and to the editors of our county papers
for advertising meetings of convention.
TH tMAS A Elufr, Sec'ty.
MiiHiutowu. June 1, 1S72
Ducon itio.m Day Once more the
lime for this patriotic and interesting our.
eraony has come and gone. Yes, the
30ih of May (thauks to the soldiers yet
li ing) is observed as a holiday almost
throughout the entire ennntry. On this
day, at least, we forsake the busy haunts
of trade and forget the cares of daily
life, to assemble in the last resting-place
of men who loved the . Republic unto
death. To stand in the midst of such a
scene is impressive. By going a few
years into the past, and recalling the
many privations of tlie Union soldier not
only on the battlefield and iu the hospi
tal, but in the cruel prison pens of the
South, tbe mere looker-on can appreciate
tbe strewing of soldiers' graves with the
living flowers of spring, considering tbe
act as emblematic of the grand truth that
the dead heroes, gathered from the field
of battle, and tbe cause for which they
fought, will live in perennial freshness
in the public mind All who took part
in the war for liberty and union should
rtcognizi the importance of this anni
versary. Orphans visit the graves of
their fathers and lesirn more intelligently
the nobly le.sson Of lore to country.
Widows will Visit the graves of their
husbands, and mothers the graves of their
sons, thankful that they had not dishon
ored the names they bore ; and the sur
viving comrades will gather near, eagerly
and earnestly, while on (heir Leans will
be writtnn once more the sublime doc
trine, tbat be who fights for deserves
well (f his country.
But the war is over, aud there are
some who think that nothing should be
done that in any way will tend to keep
alive the bitter passions which the war
necessarily produced. This is eminently
true ; but we are not to be told that those
of us who honor tbe graves of the sol
diers who fell foi their country, are keep
ing alive civil strife, or maintaining divi
sions. (Perhaps the government should
cease granting pensions to widows and
orphans, and maimed and crippled com
rades, for the same reason.) A certain
division must almust be maintained be
tween those who love their couutry aud
defend it, and those who attack and would
despoil it. Our soldiers fell fighting for
the Union, its flag, its government, and
their aud our country. Whatever the
valor which the rebels may have shown,
treason had to go down ; and whoever
seeks to keep alive their name, and call
it fame, seeks to keep alive the name and
the credit of the rebellion. Let us there-fo-e
not weary it this our solemn duty,
but with each returning spiing bedeck
the graves of the ones gone before with
nature's choicest flowers, for by honoring
the patriot dead we honor ourselves
"Pear to each heart are the namesof the brave.
Keating in glory how sweetly they sleep ;
Dew-drops at evening fall soft on each grave.
Kindred bend fondly, and drooping eyes weep
Tears of affection o'er every ereen grave :
Fresh are the laurels, and peaceful their
Love still shill cherish the noble and brave."
x. y. z.
Perrysville, May 31, 1872.
Last Thursday abort t noon a pleasant
family re-nnion took place at the resi
dence of Captain C. AlcClellan on On
occasion of the 81st. birthday of the
Captain's father, Mr. James McClellan
Father McClellan and bis aged wife were
not informed of the preparation for the
ingathering of their children, grjpd cfriT
dren, and great grand children, until
they bad all quietly assembled af the
house of the Captain, where tie pa
rents reside. Four sons --the only chil
dren with their wives and children and
children's children were present, making
a company, lucludmg the agea conpie, or
NIPPLE DUSN On the 23rd ult., by
Rev. D. M. Blackwelder, Mr. William H. Nip
ple and Miss Maggie N. Dunn, both of Mil
JCNK VAN SWERISGEN On the 80th
ult., by Rev. J. A. McGill. at tbe residence of
the bride's father, William Tan Sweiingen,
Esq., Mr James II. Junk and Miss Tillie
Van Sweringeu, both of Tuscarora township,
Mr. and Mrs. Junk have the thanks and
congratulations cf this office for their kind
remembrance of the printer. May their jour
ney through life be on of uninterrupted
prosperity and happiness.
MIFFLINTOWiN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE,
Reported weekly for the Jdkiata Siktinkl
by Ihe Board of Commerce of Hi Win
Cutter lt 20
Eggs. Tt dox 1 15
Lard, lb 8
Country Soap 8
Wool, washed f5
Dried Apples - 10
" Peaches, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared IS
" Cherries, pitted 20
" DUckborrU 10
" Raspberries 10
Country Hams 12
Sides and Shoulders 7
Potatoes, "J) bus 40
Onions " 00
Ground Alum Salt, 4 sack 2 25
Railroad Ties 50
Locust. Posts, mortising - 3
" " for board fence.. - , 15
SHELLEY & STAMBAUGH S PRICES CUR
RENT. Correci ed Weekly.
Crystal Palace. Miffliniown, 1
June 5, 1872. f
Prime Roll Butter, per lb
Eggs, per dozen
Lard, per lb ..
Tallow, per lb
Dried Apples, per lb
Bacon. Sides smoked, per lb -
Shoulder, smoked, '
Hams, " '
D. K. SULoLFF S PRICES CURRENT.
Wheat, bus $! 5
Corn , f-0
Cloverseed 4 60
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, "Jt ton
.. 4 '
1'ea " " o 2;
niiuminouK" " - R 00
Run of Log, 4 4, 10iK) ft $24 00
5-8, 16 00
8 4, " 25 00
6-1. " 28 0ilto4O00
Hemlock Frame, " 17tMlto2(ino
Boards. " 18 00to20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring 28 00
" German Siding 28 00
Panel Doors 1 75 to 3 00
Window Sasb, 8il0, window- 65
" " 9x12, " 75
'- 10x12, " 80
" " 10x14, " 90
rtlll.ADELrilll M AltKETS.
PmnpsLPhiA, June 4, 1872.
Flour The market continues very dull.
There is no demand for shipment, nd the
operations of the home consumers are con
ns ed to their immediate wants. 900 barrels
changed bands, including
Superfine $0 00(3C 75
Extras $f' 75(m7 50
N. W. Extra Family $S 0i'(S8 50
Ohio ft lad. do. do $8 75(10 00
Penna. do. do $9 00(9 60
Fancy Brand?...- $10 50.ll 50
Grain The offerings of Wheat are very
moderate, but fully ample for the demand.
Sales of 200!) bus. New York red at $2 10 ;
400 bus. amber at 15. Rye is quoted at
$1 10 for Penn. and western. Corn is quiet ;
sules of yellow at 676Sc : mixed at U6j67c ;
8o0 bus white at 76. O.its are ie;s active :
sales of 37oO bus. white at 69a6"c, and 700
bus. mixed at 57a58e.
TU1LADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Moxdat, June 3 4 P. M.
Beef Cattle Were in frir demand thi- week
at an advance ; about 18:10 bead arrived and
sold at 8a81 for extra Penn. and western
Steers ; 8c for a few choice ; tij7 jo for
fair to good, and 5a6o ffl lb gross, for com
mon. The market closed firu.
Cows and Calves were exceedingly dull
and prices entirely nominal. We quite at
(3045 ; receipts 300 head.
Sheep of good, quality are wanted, but
common move slowly. Sales of clipped at
57c for fair to choice , stock at $2 60a 4,
and Lambs at 10al2c "? lb.
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
DEALEES lit -
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, UL
The Highest Cash Trices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, &c, Sold at the
Having boats of onr own we Can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, 4c, cheaper than any
other parties. We tharefore defy competi
tion. eSS-Too ean make moncv by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
GBAI9 WILL BB BKCRIVtn IK STORK fO Bl
SOLO BT THE 1ST OF JOSS, 1871.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Miffliniown, April 20. 1871.
mwitV PATBHT Form TAUT PEW.
Witrna Tem Hocus. Holdcrflts any pen. By Mail,
Kickcl, 1 00; Rubber, $1.50. S3 00 and S3.50: aleo su
perior qnalitjr Vld Pens, Knbherand Gold Pencils, Ac
Pena repaired 90c each, t'-d sump tr Circular.
GEO. i. HAWKESl 66 auaa St.. N. X.
T ARfJK stock of Readv-mada Clnthinr for
JU sale by HARLEY & CO.
girjj fads, fttotttits, Jintmmtt, &t.
STILL AT THE FRONT.
First in . the Field with our New Goods for tlie
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
TILTEIM & ESPENSCHADE'S.
DOLLY YARDEN THE GREAT RAGE'
in Woolen and Cotten Materials.
Alexis Cloths, Japanese Stripe!,
The Popular Goods, in Xcw and Choice Styles.-
Maripose Pekas, Figured and Stripes,
The Handsomest and Cheapest.
Yosemite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs. .
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, ALPACCAS,
And a Lost of other tilings wbicli oust be seen to be appreciated.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of anj and everything at
-V. .1 - t .1
une oi me oepi in me county, emuraciug ait mo new auu !. ."-"
fur the Spring and Summer Trade, for Ladies, Mioses and Ohildren-the i
same exclusively for our trade at prices to suit all purchasers. Kve'rtJ
j pair warranted i
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and Queensware Department e have secured
one of the finest room iu the county in the Odd Fellows' Hall.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought to the county, all f which are kindly sulnuittd to tbe inspection of all
our numerous friends and customers. For quality and prices we defy competition
WE SOLICIT A FULL SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
Mav 1. 1872.
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is the place where yoa can buy
Tlie lest iiiitl tlie Olietipesgt
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
SATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOSS, AND FUSNIS2HT& GOODS.
WE are prepared to exhibit one of tlie most choice and select Stocks erer offered in tliis
niarket, and at A$TUXJSI-G LOW PRICES!
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suit?, which will be rmide to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Remember the place, in tlie Xevin Biilding, two doors west of the Keystone
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. mriv 8. 1872-tf
DR. P. C. RUftDIO
WWKSWI&M AMM BB1Fa6ISS9
DEAI.Eu IX EVEHVTIIIXG TI1.YT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will Cud it to their advantage to
call, aa tbey will find ihe largest stock in the comity to select from. COME
AND II AVE VOLIl EYE SIGHT RESTORED.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLINS. ACCORDEONS AND H AIS.MONICONS ; ALSO A SPLENDID
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock of NOTIONS Something for everybody, young
and old, at the
PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkeFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
For tbe cure of weik stomaub, general de
bility, indigestion, disease of Ine nervous
system, constipation, acidity of the stomach,
and all cases requiring a tonic.
Tbe wine include!) tbe most agreenhle and
efficient Salt of iron we poisexs ; Citrate of
Magnetic Oxid, combined with the mo.it en
ergetic of vegetable tonics Yellow Peruvian
The effect in many cases of debility 1os
of appetite, and general pro. rati u, of
efficient salt of Iron, comhine l w.iii our val
uable Nerve, is most happy. It augment
tbe appetite, raises the pu!se, take- otf mus
cular flabbiness, removes the pallor of de
bility, and gives a florid vigor to tbe counte
nance. Do yon want something to strengthen you ?
Do you Want a good appetite ?
Do you want to build up your constitution ?
Do yoa want to feel well ?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness?
Do yoa want energy ?
Do you want to sleep Well ?
Do yoa Want brisk and viperous feelings ?
If yoa do, try Kunkel's Wine of Iron.
This truly valdable Tonio has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of the community
that it is now deemed indispensable aa a
Tonio medicine. It costs but little, purifie
the blood and giis tone to the stomach, reno
vates the system and prolongs life.
I now only ask a trial of this valuable
Price $1 per bottle. E. T. Konkel, Sole
proprietor, 259 North Ninth street, below
- Ask for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron and
take no other, If your Druggist haa it not,
send $1 to my address, and lbs medicine,
with advice free, will come by next express
.train. I rebS, '72-tom
A LL kinds of Canned and Dried Fruit for
A sals by C. BAHTLY.
LL KIXDSOF BLANK WORK. Ac. done
at this Offioe ia tbe neatest manner and
at low prices.
prices which defy competition.
1 : 1 .1.- XT J ..af Qi-!aa
Ettatc of Solomon Slough, deceased.
1 . llfc'KEAS Letters of Administration on1
V the estate of Solouon Slough, late of
Delaware township, dee'd, hare been grant
ed to the undersigned, all persons indebted to
said estate ate requested to make immediate
payment, and those having claims against
the estate will present tbe same properly
authenticated for settlement.
G W. SMITH, AJmr.
May I. 1872-Ct
Agents Wanted for Life and Times of
Contain" biographies of Drew, Vanderbilt,
Gould. Tweed. Sc., with a financial history
of Ihe cnunti-v for the last three Tr, nd
wht Craat knew about "BLACK FEIDlY "
Over 0V0 page. Price $i. Addie-is
NEW YORK BOOK CO..
145 Nassao St.. New York.
Sold only by Agents
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THE LIFE of JESUS. THE CHRIST,
Bt HENRY WARD BEECHER,
Is a wo k which the reading publio have
been waiting for with avidity; all sorts and
conditions of men welcome it heartily, 'as a
book to beread. SCHOLARS. THE CLERGY,
THE PRESS, and THE PEOPLE, read it
eagerly, enjoy it thoroughly, praise it sin
cerely. the" Agent to IT SEIjIjS '
know is tbat WsMsElawsw .
More A gentt Kanted Intelligent men and
women may obtain lucrative employment by
taking an agency. Full descriptive Circu
lars mailed free. Very liberal terms to Can
vassers. App'.v only to
J. B FORD 4 CO.. 27 Park Tlace. N. T i
11 Bromfielit St., Boston. Mass. ;
75 W. Washington 6t., CHICAGO. 111.
Cheap Farms ! Free Homes!
am TUB LIPtI OF TUB .
UHI0H PACIFIC RAILROAD
A LAND OIAHT OP
V IN THE
Best Farming and Mineral Lands in America.
3,000,000 ACRES IX NEBRASKA,
GREAT PLATTE VALLEY,
OABDEN of tlie VIOrT.
NOW FOR SALE I
These lcCus are in the central portion of
the United States, on the 41st degree of Nona
Latitude, the central line of the great Tem
perate Zone of the American Continent, ant
for grain growing and slock raising unsur
passed by any in the United States.,
CHEAPER IS PRICE, mors favorable
terms given, and more ctmvenient to maiket .
ihnft eaft tie found elsewhere.
FREE BllsT2.DS fOR iCTElt SETTLERS.
The BetJt Locations for Colonies.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of
re Passes to Purchasers of Laaefi
Send for the new Descriptive PampKlef,
with new maps, published in Engli'h, Ger
man, Swedish and Danish, milled free every
where. Address 0". F. DATIS,
Land Cuniui8ioner, U. P. R. It Co.,
Colinl)i Fire Insurance Company
S. S Detwiler, Prcs't. j Robt. Ckass
II. Wilsos. Vioc-rres't Wr Ttrtos.
Hebb't Thomas, Treas. j Jas Sr'uaoKnxs.
J. F. Fkceai rr, Sec'y. J. 3. Stisi.
J. B. Bachmas. I SI. M. Stbickleh.
Geo. Boulh R. T. Rto.v.
For Insurance or Agencies, address
J. F. FBI Ell FF, Sec'y, Colombia, Pa
IOWA AND NEBRASKA
l :v i
rott sale nv thk
BnrIiDton an4 Missouri River B. B. Co.
MILLIONS OF ACRES
Ou Ten Years' Credit, at 6 per et. Interest.
No purl of priucipa: due tor two years, and
lhpn . k. j - r .... ..ii
Frs)4trtwill pay lor Und anrt improve
ments within ihe limit of this generous credit.
BeBeiter terms were never offered, are
- - ii:.r-T and probably never will be.
nol nn. !iiT.iTing fu particulars are sup-
CIEf I LIUS gibing to induce others tu
pliea gratis ; any w."1' .0 form colony, are
emigrate wiib them, or .e (rAnt todistribule.
invited to ask for all they x - -me
Apply to CEO. 9. RAX IS, Land Cotiin'r.
For I.iwa Lands, at Barlingtaa, Iswa,
And for Nebraska LanU. at Lincoln, Sea.
PORTABLE SODA FOUNTAINS,
$40. .'.0, $7i and $100.
GOOD, DTJEABL2 A1TD CHEAP !
Shipped Heady tor I'sc !
J. W. CHAPMAN & CO , Madison, ind.
Peg' SEND FOR CIRCULAR, -a
Munson's Copper Tubular Ligbtning Rod,
with Spiral Flanges, is the mo.-t comp'ete
proteciion agninst lightning erer invented.
Endorsed by the pcientific world, xnd by
Wholesale Dealers freni Maine to Georgia.
Send for Circular to LdCKH ART i CO.. 231
Penn ?t.. ritt.-har;;h. l's., or T.roPVElt
LIGHTNING ROD CO f 33 Union Square
(No-lb). New Y"r'.
TBAB6 I MARK-
'I he llet
Hair Dressing and Etcstorcr.
Your Druggist has it.
A Century of Triumphs ov.r dysppps a,
liver ill-tune, huael complaints and various
fetir.le and nervous liisor lers. has immortal
ized tbe Peltier !p, rind thee victories ire
now repeStcrd throughout this hemisphere by
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Apediest;
Containing all the elements and proJucing all
the bapr v results of the Great German Spring.
SOLD BV ALL URL'liGIST.
di isi( Ruiv.-tnfo
fl II 111 I For any case of lllind. Bleed
Mi llllll Itcliing or Ulcerated
V?""" Piles lh-.t 1 Binus Pil
tttxEUT tans in cure, it is prep'ircu exjrri.s
ly to cure the Pllf-. and nothing else. Sold
v. i, . : . 1 . : . .. ff, tut
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wiiMtiut uivt-s'ii; ri-iy sttttiiti. ?i:k n K-e-
, writ,, lor p.-irt icittii-t. No money
required A. J. Will i K. I'rnrl St.. So
GENTS WNTEl. Agents niake mora
money at worh ftir ut than at anything
ele. Fusine.-s light ami permanent. Par
ticulars free. Cl. Sfis".-, & Co , Pint Aft
Publinhers, Pitrtlnnd. M;iinp.
Uo nno ro., t. t. price ftoon
lO. Xoigtnis flrcnlararree'''"'"
EASE CIIAITCE FC2 AGE2TT3 !
Agents, we wi'l pay you $10 per week in
cash if you will engrfge with us AT oxes.
Everything furnished, an I expenses ptid.
Address F. A ELLS & CO.. ClUrlotte. Micb.
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JUNIATA VALLEY BANK
JOSEPH POMKKOV, President.
T. VAN IRVIN, Cashier.
Josefh Pomefoy, jjohn J. Patterson,
Jerome N. Thompson,' George Jaoobs,
Loan money, receive Joposits, pay interest
on time deposits, buy and sell coin and Uni
ted States Bonds, eash, coupons and cbecks.
Remit money to any part of tbe United States
and also to Enrland. Scotland. Ireland and
Germany. Sell Revenue Stamps.
In sums of $200 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $500 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sams of $1000 at 3 per cent, discount.
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware, Crockery ware. Cedar
ware, Ac, for sale cheap by
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