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Wednesday Morning, Jane 19, 1872.
Ii. F. SCIIWEIER,
GENERAL U. S. GRANT.
Fi.'Il VICE PRESIDENT,
HON. HENRY WILSON,
or Jl ISSAt'Ml'SElTS.
GEN. JOHN F.HARTRANFT
-r MOKTIio.HKHT fOINTY.
FOR SITREME JIDGE.
HON. ULYSSES MERCUR,
or KnroRU coi'Mr.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL.
GEN. HARRISON ALLEN,
(r IV tKUKS COONTT.
FOR rO.nRtSMhS AT I. A KiK,
GIN. HARRY WHITE, of Indiana.
GEN. LK.Ml'EL TO UK, of Cupibcrlan 1.
dh.e;atks at laruk to the consii-
WM. M. MEItKI'ITH. Philadelphia
J. til LL1 Nti II AM FELL. Philadelphia
lien. II AH I. V WHITE. Indian.
,--n. "ll.I.IVM LIM V. .rW
JINN IIAUTH'ILOMEW, Pchuj'.till.
II. N. M'AMSTKIt, Cc-nlre.
WILLIAM IMVIS. Monroe.
JAMES I,. REYNOLDS. Lancaster.
?AIIKL E. DIMM1CK. V'ayn.
i;K"K(lr. V. LAW RENTS. Washington.
DAVID N. WHITE. Allegheny.
. II. AIVEV, Lehigh.
JOHN II. WALKER. Eric.
GEO. P. ROWELL 4 CO, 40 Park Row, New York
S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y,
Arc- our tolt stents in I lint city, and are au-tlou-ired
to contract for advertising at our
attest rates. Advertisers iu that city are te
quw"ted to leave their favors villi eillier of
I lie above houses.
READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
The Dent cracy
of" Kmsas favor
Thk Kentucky Democracy, through
lluir State Convention, favor Greeley
m. (I 1'rown.
The Irmocrats of Iowa join hands
with t!ie Liberal and advocate a jiint
'1 lie Democracy of South Carolina have
moved into the Greeley line through
their Slate Convention.
The Democratic State Convention of
Indiana, on the 12th inst, adopted the
Cincinnati platform. Greeley.
The 1'cnfocnttic State Convention oi
Vermont on the 12th inst., favored the
Cincinnati Convention. Greeley.
The majoiity of the delegates appoint
ed by the Democracy of Florida, to the
Baltimore Convention aie for Greeley.
A conference of European powers has
been proposed to consider a course of
interference to prevent the barbarous
outbursts against the Jews iu Roumauia.
English engineers believe that a tun
nel under the Channel between Eiiglind
and France can be constructed iu ten
years at a cot i oi ten millions ot i.ng-
lion, lleister Clymer has been ap
pointed Chairman of the Democratic
State Central Committee. lie and
Buckalew are to stump the State. They
will talk Greely.
Andrew Johnson was in Vahington
on the 1 2th inst , and on the Presiden
tial question expressed bimsself as await
ing the decision of the Baltimore Conven
tion, by which he prefers to stand.
The Democrats are experts at fabrica
ting finely spun stories agaiust their op
ponents, and manufacturing equally fine
stories in favor of their friends. Just
now Buckalew is glorified to the skies,
aud IJartranft is anathematized to hades.
Steady along the line, with eyes to the
The Democratic State Convention of
Delaware met at Dover an the 11th inst.
The resolutions adopted denounce Grant
in the bitterest terms, aud the thirteenth
fourteenth and fifteenth amendments as I
frauds upon the American per.p'e, and
and call for a straight out Democratic
ticket at Baltimore.
Ua rnday last, iu Lower Paxton
township, Danpbin county, about seven
miles from Harrisburg, George Base
bore's barn, containing five horses aud a
large quantity of hay and grain, was
struck by lightning aud completely des
troyed. All the live stock perished in
An exchange says that Wm. Hartley,
the Democratic candidate for Auditor
Geueral, was twice arrested during the
war for disloyal acts against the Gov
ernment. It is also said tbat he refused
to sit in a Methodist church where the
minister prayed for the success of the
Union army. When the people come to
choose between him aud General Allen,
tie Republican candidate, whose army
record is untarnished, and whose devo
tion to the interests of the people in the
capacity of Senator proves his fituess for
the place for which he is a candidate.
we have bo docbt as to which one will
receive their votes. I
The County Prfatlng-The Aaaeuueet De
cisioa r tke Commissioners A Cbae
r the Law Keeee.
Last week we stated that the Commis
sioners of this county called to their
office the publishers of the RegiUr, the
Sentinel, and ihe Republican, on the 10th
iust for the purpose of ascertaining the
circulation of said papers within the
county, that they the Commissioners
might direct the county printing to be
published in the two papers having the
largest number .of bona fiit subscribers
within the county. We also stated the
number that each publisher was sworn to
as bona Jide subscribers ; and further, we
elated that the Rrpubtican' list was
largely made up of names secured for
three months or the emergency Many
of these papers, the parlies who receive
them say, have been received with the
understanding that they are not to pay
for them for three months, and may dis
continue at the expiration of that term
free of charge. The conditions on which
many of these papers were sent out
varied to suit the respective places and
circumstances. The people of Lack,
Tuscarora, Monroe, Greenwood aud Sus
quehanna townships and 1'atterson bor
ougb, aud other districts not necessary to
mention now, know how the business
It was not believed that the Commis
sioners wonld receive such a list as bona
Jiile subscribers. They did ; and if they
grimmaced. it was because there were
objections made to their receiving it.
They not only received such a list, but
they hastened to publish to the citizens
of the county the result of their ques
tionable work in their chosen organs, the
RejUier and Rrpnb'ican, of last week
TLoir ad vftjrtiaemnt appears over tha. aig
nature of their Clerk, that the " public
printing" has beeq awarded to the two
papers just stated
They hastened to create more patron
age foi their papers. Wc say, create,
for the law does not authorize them to
publish their decision probably they did
it under their reserved rights, as the
rebels said when they seceded, State after
State, from the General Government.
Their decision was not rendered as
Justice is supposed to render hers
blindfolded, so that she cannot see any of
the parties in the contest, so that she may
be governed only by the principles of
right and honor as they are made clear
They required no evidence, no proof,
though the law says that they shall hear
proof. They were not blindfolded, nei
ther were they deaf They heard the
common report from different parts of the
county, and heai J the declaration in their
office that the means empluyed by the
litpullicun, to fay the very least of it,
was not of that kind that commends it
self to honorable men.
They seemed in as great a hurry to
push the case to a conclusion without i
evidence for they scarcely allowed the j
time that was asked to make out a list of
subscribers from the subscription books
to be placed ou file in their own office as
they were to publish their miserably de
fective advertisement of their decision or
Their advertisement is defective io this,
that it does not say how long their
award which was made, at least so far
as one paper is concerned, chiefly on a
three months' list shall stand, whether
for three months, six months, one year,
or till the "crack of doom." (It may be
parenthrtically added here that when
that great event will have been ushered
in, the awards then meted out will be in j
accordance with justice, and there will !
be no reserved rights to claim and fall
1 he failure to specify the duration or
the length or time that the decision of
the Commissioners shall remain in force
may have appeared unintentionally, and j
it may have been intended to appear just
as it does.
These custodians of the public affairs
of the county should issue another proc-
lamation for the triple purpose of matin-!
facturing patronage for their organs, and
to clearly set before the miuds of the
public for what length of time their de
cision or decree shall remain in force, and
that all publishers of newspapers in the
county of Juuiata will be allowed to pre
sent any kiud of a list they please and
no questions will be asked, only so that
the Clerk administer the oath.
To issue such a proclamation would
not more forcibly argue their utter inca
pacity for the position of public trust
that they now hold, than their manner of
the disposal of the public printing ar
gued their incapacity.
It is high time that the people of Ju
niata county put tuto that office a set of
men of a different grade. A change is
needed. We want men who have
minds and judgments of their own. We
want men who have moral firmness
enough to keep themselves steadily in
the course of justice, so that their actions
are not a stench in the nostrils of the
If we had the opportunity of doing
all the public printing needed in the
whole Commonwealth, we would not
accept it if it had to be obtained as the
Rrpullican obtained the public printing
of this county.
If the bestowal or the awarding of the
public printing in Juniata conuty is a
something that robs both those who be
stow or award it and those who receive
it, of their manhood, then the law crea
ting it should be abolished, aud a law
enacted in its stead, giving the public
printing to the two papers in the county
that will publish it for the least money,
Let it by contract lo the lowest bidder,
as other contracts are let. Let the next
Legislature be petitioned for a law of
that kind, and let the people, irrespective
of party, vote for no man for Senator
Lower House of the Legislature who
will not second the petitions of the peo
ple on this question.
A nnmber of prominent Democrats,
about twenty five in nnmber, represent
ing Virginia, Texas, Indian. Kentucky,
Illinois, Atkantas, and New Tork, held a
secret meeting at Washington on the
evening of the 10th inst., at the Owen
House, and resolved that in the event of
the Baltimore Convention endorsing the
nominees of the Cincinnati Convention,
immediate steps be taken to call another
convention to nominate Democratic can
didates for the Presidency and Vice
Presidency, their headquarters at I ndi
anapolis, with Colonel Grey as their
A New York It-raid letter from Mos
cow, referring to the reception of Gen.
Sherman there by the Czar, says, That
when the Autocrat of the Russias learned
of the General s presence iu that city,
he prolonged his stay expressly to give
him1 an informal reception. The Czar
greeted General Sheiman with great cor
diality. When Minister Curtain presen
ted Lieutenant Grant, the Emperor did
not give his hand to Grant and appeared
cool in his manner. The correspondent
argues from this that Prince Alexis' re
ception at Washington was not quite for
gotten by the Czar.
Explosion in Jiew Jersey.
A LOGWOOD EXTRACTOR BLOWN UP I.N
MII.LVILLK TWO PERSONS KILLED.
The town of Millville, Cumberland
county, waa tb aeenn. a few day a eineo,
of terrific explosion, which cost two
fine young men their lives. Adjoining
Wood Brothers' bleachery stood a small
building, in which were three large tubs
and two logwood extractors. The latter
were about the size of steam generating
boilers and were twelve feet in circum
ference, five feet in length, and about
3,500 pounds. One of these extractors,
from a cause which has not been explain
ed, suddenly exploded with a report like
! the broadside of a line of battle ship.
- According to the eye-witnesses the
great bulk shot up in the air some five
hundred feet, until it looked no bigger
than a good sized pumpkin. Then down
it came, crashing clean through a pile of
three-inch planking six planks high,
which was located about two hundred
and fifty feet from the scene of explosion.
The buildings were entirely demolished,
the other extractor upset and the tubs
rooted from their brick beds. Thomas
Hartley, a youth of IS, who was attend
ing the building, and John Ruttcr, two
years younger, where hurled fifty feet in
the air. They were scalded and bruised
so that both died within twenty-fonr
hours of the explosion. An inquest was
held by Coroner Slurdevant and a ver
diet rendered relieving everybody from
blame, either as regards defective con
struction or neglect.
Marseilles, France, June 16 While j
the rpiinisli steamship buadayea was
lying in this port to-day, with passen
gers on board, her boilers exploded, and
the entire upper portion of the ship was
torn to pieces. Of those on board, but
few escaped death or injury Forty
four passengers and eleven of the officers
aud crew were instantly killed. After
the explosion the ship took fire the
flames communicated to the deck, and a
serious couilairratioii wa threatened.
,iUndre uva ,)f cotton were
ufore tlie fli4m,B were ub-
Dear Kiss Fierce Assault.
Cincinnati, June 17 The Rev. Mr.
Thompson, of the M. E. Church, Leav
enworth, formerly of this city, in bidding
his friends good bye this morning, at
tempted to kiss a young lady, whereupon
er sweetheart, named Brown, who was
present, ran out and got a hatchet and
cut Thompson iu the bead and shoulder.
inflicting a wound from which he cannot
TnB State Temperance Convention
met at Altoona, ou Friday last, and nom
inated the following ticket : Governor,
! B Chase, of Susquehanna county ;
Supreme Judge, Joseph Henderson, of
Washington county ; Auditor General,
Barr Spangler, of Lancaster county ;
Congressmen at large, Col. Geo. F. Mc
Farland, A. J. Clark, and B. Rush Brad
ford. The raft boat McDonald exploded her
boiler, on Saturday last, when neaily
opposite North McGregor, Iowa. About
35 persons were on board, a number of
wbom were killed and wounded, but the
exact number is not known.
The drying house connected with the
powder-mill above St Clair, Pa., ex
ploded on the lltb. The cause is un
known.- Fortunately nobody was hurt
the men being all away at dinner. The
house is a complete wreck. The noise
of the explosion was terrific.
A dispatch from Harrisburg says that
the Philadelphia and Erie Railroad bridge
five miles west of Williamsport, which
was burned on the 6th. has been rebuilt,
and trains ran over it on the 11th. This
is quick work, as the length of the bridge
; i ...
is eieven Hundred and seventy feet.
An immense mackerel, probably the
largest of its kind ever caught, was eap
tured off Norfolk. Virginia, the other
day. The monster was thirty inches io
length, nineteen in girth, and weighed
sixteen pounds. -
Letter trim 8hU (fcrsUasv
CHaKLttrro, May 30. 1872.
Mb. Editor -This is "Memorial
Day," bat bow much H differs from that
day about which we last wrote you. On
that dav business bouse were closed
from 12 o'clock M. to-day business is
as brisk as on any other day. Ou that
day the bells of the city were tolled
- . . . . -
to-dav not a sound m ueara irom mat ui
. mt r.. ll t,?a fit a
rectiou- Toe reason ior an wa ,
this is the day when -Lincoln's DogV
are crowned with fresh laurels on tbat
other day the heroes of a glorious, un
dying cause were crowned.
By the way, we might add tint very
few bells tolled on the ' Confederate Me
morial Day." Ask the people here the
reason, and they are not ashamed to tell
vnn. Thev have ver few bells but
three in ail the city the fire bell, and
the beil on the Omhan House, and the
chimes on St Michael's, which were
sent to England for safety, and brought
back at the close of the war. All the
others were lowered from their position
and heroically thrown into the bands of
the Confederate Government to be made
into cannon with which to kill Federals.
What a quiet city we have on the Sab
. But after all, our Union dead were
remembered today. Few white peo
ple were there, but a great crowd of col
ored citizens.. This seems strange, since
it is known that we have here many
Northerners who pass for strong Union
ists at home But these all have vari
ous reasons for not participating in these
ceremonies. Their business would suffer
they would at once receive the seal of
southern condemnation. They jreraained
at home aud were silent Others who
were afraid of losing a vote from the
overruling political class, came and lin
gered at the outskirts of the crowd,
while four or five other brave souls, who
had no "axe to grind," participated iu
the ceremonies. We blush with shame !
But will angels refuse to visit the hal
lowed spot because these graves were
strewn with flowers from the hands of
the devoted eolored people ? They re
main true nnder all circumstances. Not
one, except drivers was present on the
10th. 'What volumes this speaks ! How
it must vex those who boasted of the
loyalty of the slaves to their former mas
X. K. Reed, Esq , of the custom
House presided, and opened the exer
cises with a very appropriate and patri
otic address. Then followed a prayer
by Rev. II. J. Fox, D. D. of the Metho
diit Church North. Then all united in
singing "My country, 'tis of thee."
Iioiv beautiful this old national song
sounded as it rang through the live
oaks of magncJia over the graves of
the brave boys, who gave up their lives
for freedom !
After singing, the Memorial ode was
! read. This, no doubt, was verv much
like the odes read in different parts of
the country, on like patriotic occasions.
This one, to say the least, w&s good.
Then commenced the woik of strew-'
ing the graves with flowers. This was
done by forty little colored girls under
the direction of Mrs. M. E. McLaughlin,
a white lady. How happy we all felt,
as we looked down upon the flowery
graves of these uoLIe boys, sleeping away
from home iu an enemy's country ? How
thankful we felt that they had a few
friends to raise the stars and stripes
above them and scatter mementoes of an
undying love and gratitude. Then we
left them, after singing the following
To the Patriot Dead of Magnolia.
Slumber sweetly 'neaih the roses.
Comrades iu the ended strife ;
Faithful heart have not forgotten
Why ye yielded up yonr life.
Hujhed the musket's volley'd rattle
Jluthed the tauaderoue cannonade.
Ceased ibe work of torch and sabre.
Ceased the devastating raid.
Tillage smoothes the fields of slaughter,
Bloodless is the streamlet's flow ;
War is but a horrid vision
Of the fevered Long Ago.
Still, oh sleeping brave, the banner
Freedom's banner floats an high,
Proud as when its image faded
From your death-enshrouded eye
Waves o'er all the land united.
Emblem of the nation's power,
Grand memento of the martyrs
Who have left it as their dower.
Here above their honored ashes
Strengthened, though our tears will fall
Pride appeases half our sorrow.
When their triumphs we recall.
Bend, oh skies, in peace above them
Fresh, ye garlands, still remain
Angels guard their dreamless slumbers
Peace be with ye, gallant slain.
We looked in vain for a report of this
day's proceedings in the city papers.
They had two columns apiece about the
"Confederate Memorial Day," but we
found only a passing notice of this kind
"The graves of the Federal dead were
decorated to-day. There were present
quite a crowd of negroes, and a few
white people. The colored troops were
commanded by Col. Taft!" How no-
ble and generous ! .
I have taken the names of 96 soldiers
buried hero. Twenty are marked "un
known," making in all U6. The fol
lowing are the names of the Pennsylva
nia boys resting here :
Wm. Redline, Co. I 47th Pa V. V. ;
Conrad Meirknech, Co. B. 57th P. V. V.
James Qninn. 47th P. V. V. P! H
Marshall, Co. H. 47th P V. V. : T. E
J. Walters, Co. O. 47th P. V. V.
It is stated tbat there are seven laree
enow drifts in Avon. Maine, the snow
hard and of considerable depth ia each.
One is thirty-three feet wide and two
hundred and twenty feet in length.
California baa eight million abeep.
Therraitetopof .Illinoui promUeato
Florida is introducing the Mexican
' Minnesota farmers are turning their at
tention to the peanut crop.
Snow still remains in the vicinity of
Mount Blue, Maine.
Six cases of sunstroke occured iu New
York on Thursday the 13th. . ...
Frederick Douglass lost $15,000 in
bonds by the destruction of his bouse.
A woman in Harrisburg has' been
fined 10 for cutting off flowers in a
There is not a whisky shop in Salem.
N. C, and there has been but one fire
there for ninety years.
Farmers on the James river, below
Richmond, Va., have already begnn to
cut their wheat.
Nearly one million dollars' worth of
lard has been exported from this country
within the last six mouths.
Sanitiets say that the sunflower has
the remarkable property of purifying the
air ladened with marsh miasma.
Miss Tennie C. Claflin was elected
colonel of the Eighty-fifth N.Y. (colored)
Regiment on Thursday night, the I3ih.
It is said tbat more ice houses are
struck by lightning along the Hudson
river than any other class of buildings.
A stylish bonnet can be obtained from i
Paris for (125. Indulgent husbandc '
will cut this out to show to their wives. I
Koopmanschap, the coolie importer, so
famous some time since, has failed for j
-200,000. Aseeta IOO,000, in Ctiinesc i
notes of baud. j
Chens companies are reaping an iin ;
mense harvest throughout the country
The season has not opened so prosper
ously for many years.
One huudred of the 14S pews in the
Presbyterian church at Poylestown were
rented two weeks ago, the price ranging
from $40 down to Si.
A Brooklyn lady tripped her fKt iu her
hoops the other day whlTi? stepping out
of a car aud fell heavily upon her infaut
child, crushing it, it is believed fatally
estimated that 350.000 feet of
lumber will be required at the
Fair grounds in the erection of tempore
ry buildings, fences, stalls, etc.
j-, .. . . ,
n editor says that the only reason he
knew of why his house was not blown i
ia fithpr a-AV fltlnnir A aovcru aIa .
was because there was a heavy mortgage
Charles h. Staples, aged IS, has been I
held in $G000 bail to anawsr ibc ckaige 1
ot amoiing me loresi nres which raged
in I rauklin and Medary counties, Mass , j
a few weeks since.
A burglar entered a bouse at West-;
port, Conn., recently, vnd fiuding a pail j
of ci.ler, drank so freely that he became j
drowsy, aud at daylight next morning '
was found asleep on the premises
.... r 1 i .. . .
A blind man at Fort Wayue, Ind., was j
recenily married . to a blind woman in
. I . a a ...
me presence oi tnree ottier blind per '
sons. The question is, were there anv '
Some men when blasting rocks in
Bowling Green, Ky , turned seventeen
hundred rattlesnakes out of their beds.
They gathered together for a jubilee
rehearsal, but, from circumstances over
which they had no coutrole, will riot be
A California paper reports that a ho
1 I ; 111 . ,
iei cuamuermaia iiu aside Her broom a
few days ago, and on calling for a settle
ment, toIJ her employer she had been
dabbling in stocks for a year or more and
had something more than $200,000 as a
A party of Michigan girls have just
returned from a tour in Europe which
was made under very pleasant circtim
stances They were accompanied by
their teacher, with a gentleman as a bus
iness manager, and visited England,
Germany, Italy, and the Holy Laud.
Boston is getting cautious on the subiect
of baloons. Its people are going to indulge
in a series of ascensions only one thou
sand feet high, the perilous conveyance
being secured to the earth by ca be Is which
cau uo wound up Dy a steam engine to
t , .
haul it back.
A 1 : . l . . i . .
cuivuriai arviciu uas appeared in
the New York OLterver on the subject
of ministerial support in which the grouud
ta squarely taken that the supply ex
ceeds the demand among the Presbyteri
ans, an opinion indorsed by many of the
readers ot tbat paper. They had 4.347
ministers, 2.740 of whom are not en
gaged in any ministerial work, even as
pastors or temporary supplies.
During a terrific storm in Binghham-
ton, N. Y on Wednesday afternoon,
the 12th, the menagerie and acquarium
tents of John Robinson's circus were
blown down and wagons were tipped
over while the tents were full of people.
The crowd of terribly frightened people,
exposed to the drenching, pelting storm,
and amidst the upturned cages of the
roaring and shrieking animals, presented
a wild and almost appalling scene.
One of the consequences of advertis
ing for correspondence "with a riew to
matrimony," and of answering such
foolish advertisements, has been that a
brother and sister belonging in St Louis
lately fell in love with each other
by this epistolary process. They bad
oeen separated for some years, and
though photographs were exchanged did
not recognize each other until they final,
ly exchanged their real names.
A curious case of spontaneous combus
tion is noted in Reading, Penn. A gen
tlenianafter oiling some woodwork, left
the piece of flannel be had.nsed in
bowl with a small quantity of linsetd J
oil, and placed it ou the second
DMCOUy IU UJO w-c O
use them again. The following morning j
be found the flannel had taken fire.be-,
ing wholly consumed, the ashes remain
iiii Safe "n,i FrintiW Investment Il.m..
From the brass of the bell of the late of lhtf ,Mi,hiei eoumie in KAJSJS-u
Chicago court hoe someth ing ' like a l:: Jftj
hundsed million "charms' have been ! B4 interi sal principil paid kj ts,
made and sold.- The bell must have ! State Trewr. The Cud. p-.y 7 jy
. , , , . i t interest, and are over lares years old,
weighed more than two thousand pounds j eoupulla Lafing beta ,,waj4 regularly
or ten times as much as the Moscow link promptly paid for iatiiie and infon.
, t: r .w f tiiia - addresa SAM'L A. QATLOUD & CO
ler iu t.cw ... wo .v -
scheme, a Vt isconsin paper suggests mat
the bell on Mrs. Leary's cow be manu
factured into court house bells, a id de
clares it would make one for each court
house in the couutry. There is no limit
to Chicago entt-rpiise and expansion.
Phillip D. Banks, mail robber, who
was arrested at Cloverda, Iowa, April
3n. waa sentenced bv Jndee Lane, in
the United States District Court, to ten ,
rear hard labor in the Iowa penitentia-
nr. Btfore the sentence Banks made a I
piteous appeal fo- mercy, stating that he
had a wife and five children depending
on bim for support, ana Mat ne nau
been in service as a mail carrier for
... . bbbm at rwt timl n.ffM tim i
pered with the mail uutil about a year
aeo. when in fit of drunkenness, he
.. 3 ,i . ,
commuted the nrst crime.
An Indiana farmer, after trying to i
t:si. noison aud shoot the rats that over-
run hi premises, bought two goats and I
gave tn, range of yards and stables, j
Within a week every rat emigrated and i
BUyeA away u,il the goats weie sold
nearly two years after A second edi
tion of goats were proc.ire.l. and since
then not a rat has been seen on the
premises. The goats are not supposed
to play rat terrier, but on ihe contrary
the rats scent the eroats : it is too much '
, , ... , I
for them. Next we shal. see "esseuce
of goat," as "rat exterminator,
on every board fence in the State.
The members of the anvil chorin are i
on the strike,
Gilnnre has been
through their reheat suls.
nd the scene is described as a peculiar-
7 s'rikii.g one. The bundled firemen
vr're errayed in black pants, red shirts
witu red collars a:id natty white caps
""'I1 re'' cor'1 '"'9-1- Oiloior--
mounted a chair bran'lixli!ii(r in tin rielit
pine piana. i
oils grace and effect After a few iute
! l l-.l. C - .. Ml .1 ... . i
renearsHis tut? itrrtiin arts c:utieofc oi
, - ,. . .
rUt iiMKlUt, of Galveston,
sas: "Several experiments have hern
made during a number of years back to
supply I be principle cities of the east
with fresh beef packed in this State
Similar attempts have been ini.lt: to in-
tro luce into the Eoglish market
cheap meats, in a fresh condition, of
Australia and South Araerici
these nv-ai have, so far failed to be
come popular. Jl is lallier a severe
commentary upon the boasted civiliza-
tion of the age and the ingenuity of man
kind that, while millions of people are
suffering in one quarter of the globe foi
cheap meat, millions of dollar's worth ot
cattle are anou.illy destroyed simply for
their hides, horns and bones.'
A touching incident is reported from
Chattanooga, Tenn. An nffer stranger
called on a respectable farmer last week
aud asked him if l.i.-i house had net been
robbed during ihe war. The farmer re
plied that it bad. "I," said the stran
ger, "was one of the marauding party
that did it. I took a little silver locket."
"That locki t," said the farmer, bursting
into tears, "had been worn by my dear,
dear child." "Here it is." replied the
stranger, visibly affected, "I am rich ;
let me make resolution ; here are $20
for your little son." He gave the iai nu-r
a $50 biil, and received $30 in clian-e.
He then wruug the farmers hand warm
ly and left. The farmer has since dried
his tears and loaded his shot gun. The
$50 was bad.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned again!
haiboring or selling anvthiug to my wile
Catharine King, or my son Samuel King, Jr.,
on my account, as I wi:l pay no debts con-
raciea Dy tliein alter this date.
SAMUEL KISG, Sr.
June 19, 1672-lw
RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURE OF
Walker Township School District for the
year ending June 2st, 187.':
Balance in hands last year. $1000 11
Grofs amount of Duplicate 2534 42
State Appropriation.. 177 l.
A int. orders paid out... $3465 61
Collectors' fees . . 127 49
Exonerations 88 S5
Balance on band
Samcsi. McMbb5, Stey
June 11. 1872-21
$ 89 20
jyj B. GARVER,
Homeopatliic Physician and Snrpn,
Having located in the borouth of Thmn..-n.
Iowa, offers his professional services to the
citizens of that place and vicinity.
Orncs In the room recently occupied by
Dr- Sorg. rJnlie .72,r '
EttaU of Martha Woodward, dteeated.
T'HE undersigned, to whom Letters of Ad
ministration on the ratal nf M..,k.
noouwaru, late Of Milford tarn H.,l k
and U,os. Wirr.a, d Pent.
le ft - JiJ ! 'gD8t1ii- 10 Pre-
aent them proper "'henticat.l for settle,
Junel a- if DOYLE, Adn'r. !
' " '
haoa ri..l . ,. ' - - uiBiaoiiy relieved and soon eureu j
rWes uoLIZ CeurJ"8. '? . heby j uiing Dr. Brigg'a Pile Remedies. They re
gives noiioe to all persons indebted m ,t... ;a . - ..
Aent Wanted for Life and Times 0f
as, wmm, jr..
c0Bt,iD, biographies of Drew, VanderU
WDSI rill m.mWW - mmM m w a 1 9 1 1
Over 6u pa- IV,OK n
N.-ismiu St.. New Vojl
KANSAS REGISTERED BONljf
33 ir.H s,., s.T. City.
NO MORE RUBBING.
. act oxt or
STOXFS FOUSTAIX WASHEKs.
Retail prioe. SI.&O. STONE Futtu. 63v
Arch 8i., PhilaAjIpbia, Ta. Send for Ci,.
for any eaa of blind. BWi
in r. Itching or I'lcertliJ
V W Piles that Ds l!iW fn.
enre ibe Pile, anj nothing else. Sui
by all Druggists. Price. $1.00.
When the tl4 Bushes with rwket El,
. , lk . .. ... ,
violence to (nr ae m. diu-ung hot Bu?br., vtr.
tige and dimness of sight, it is a eeruia tip
" m" wiuwton eooung ami rllt
Tincr lu saLi V1 t rtnti: rf. ftttJ Ttturtv' v.
,f,t T Silti Araaiarv ehonld be u
w resorted .o .
SOLD IU ALL tKrQGI;jTiv
VGBNT3 WASTED. Agrata make am
mom y at work for us I ban at anjthiig
el-e. Husinrs licbl and pernvtnent. Pr.
lirulrirs Tree Ii. Stixo A IV, fine A
rublifUm, Portland. Maine.
Uc mtVe:, i T.tifEobji$
. O. Jo .IgtBK Clrcalara "ree431
I RC.Uir LAW OF THE SEXES -tVn.il.
J lion which impair vitality pwiti5,n.l
n li e)j.c.ici r ,bal life i9
ed without union effect of foN-!co in1.
i rncr i "fn ni pm!.prn.ric met raJtrv
i treatment of prlvie disease, stricture toil
vaueocele, and arrest of development : ut i
i lecture to lu pnrate suricil clam. h Ki.
WAKDII DIXN. M. I) . 4' Fifth Avenw I
S. Y : 64 page. cent.
Every. Ima frcm the pen of Dr. pix.tn
of great value lo the w little hir.naa race
GKEIT JIElt At BOOK of urfu! knm -d(e.lll
Sent free for l).it,nif,.
Addres lr. It )nrin 4 IV, ';ncimii!;
Cr-ps, Ca?:s Si Tsxhes.
Set- I f - r 1 1 i.rtr;vTc:.ri.
ei'L.R and Psn-ii Lur.
US.M.NGHAM a IflLl.
M .riAITI unit..
S 201 I Dnreii Mrrr,
May 31. "I 4:n
j'iii - is ucreny gicu tn.ti l.liwtp:ir
1 t . Fngler, of Walker lowiuiiip. luuivi
dimly. ati'l t athannn. his wite. hit-!
as-ttjrtn-d H t'ie mir. real ami pwtnal. "f
: .taid Cbriti-.pher U St rr, l.t .'amncl Li-
nard. ot Farrlie lowuaaip s.ii l oun'y. it
trust for the trnrit nf the celiors i-f tol
'hri-:tnidr O. Knztrr. AT! ter:t. 'bfiv
f -tv. itili-bled io tlu said I'liri-Mpli'T ;. Eu
g'er will is-tV pivm-nt ! the :ii.J .lw-n-,
ind tS'.se having ilAitn tr tlent-tnd aJl
make kaovn the s-m e without dv'-tr.
Asigr.e- of Chrismpher G. Engl-r.
June 12, 1S72-JSI
"jVTOTlCE is hereby given th tl J' !i S.
i' Sartain, of Walker town-hip, JuitUu
eottnly. Pa... an 1 Citharine A., his wifr, M
d--d of voluntary assignment, have aignl
all the estate, real and prrsunal. of th.- it
Jost-pb S. fart ,in. to .luhn H. M T.l.l, f
the borough of Palters.,, in 1 comity, in
irusl for lite lurtit of the i-rfditors of sU
J-wph S. persons, therrf.jrt.
iudt-hled lo the snid J.,i ph S. Sartain ai l
make p; ment to the said Assi-nee. and ilinje
having rUinia ir u'enmnds will make knoa
the same viihoot delay.
J'HN 8 M. TODD.
Assignee of Joseph 8. Sartain.
May 15, W2-0t
Fstnte if Mtrllia Kmztr, drrriftJ.
IOTH.E is hereby iven tbat Letter. t--x
mrntnry on the clnte of Manila Kino-r.
late of Aliiford township. Juniata county. ,
deceased, have bi?cn granted to ihe undt
signed, residing in same townuip. All per
sons indebted to said estate arc r.-qneted t
make i mi mediate payment, and tho.-e hatin;
claims will please pre-ent them proper1
authenticated for settlement.
PA Ml" EL LEONAKP, nror.
June 12, 172-It
L--Mt of Maria P l.ithttnthnUr, ltctjl.
ATOTI0E is hereby given that Letter T
it taoientary on the estate of Maria 1.
Lichlentbalcr, late of the horouirh of Thonp-
sontown, deceased, have been granted to ih
undersigned. All peisons indebted io sail
ejtaie aie r?(ue-ied io make immediate p
ment, ano these having claims will j!e
present them properly authenticated f-jr set
" P. L. CKEEN1.EAF.
May a, 1872 C: iecutor.
Ettatt of .Vmhiatfhiiu; dtwtitt!.
LETTERS OK ADMINISTRATION on ike
estate of Mathias James, late of Dela
ware township, Juniata county, deceased,
having been granted to Ihe undesigned, all
persons having claims or demands again!
said estate are requested to present them, d
those indebted to make payment.
May 1, 1872-fit Administrator.
Etlatt of Jama St. Shmron, dreiar'i-
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on the estm
of James M. Sharon, lata of Fay"1
township, deceased, having been granted t
the undersigned, all uersoua indebted to M
decedent are requested to make payment.
those baring claims to present them with"
delay to J ERE MI A U LYONS,
ilay. 1, 1872-Ct Eieeutor.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned igaisi
Hunting, Fishing, or in any way tres
passing oa the farm occupied by the under
signed, in Milford township. All persons
offending will be dealt with to the full extent
of the law. JOSEPH Fl'S-
May 22, 1872.
,:, : . ,. . : . v.
nd have proven a blessing ,o th. aflie
whether intern.L .ernalf bleeding or it
ing piles. All kinds in ail stage, must yisl
to th. wonderful influence cf th. rer
failing remedies. Sold y Druggists-
1 ' Ci
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-tatoininrrtsi U .f. I - , -r , . - r r r , :v-VYi.y,M -. -'.p.
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