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Wednesday Morning:, July 24. 1872.
B. F. SCIIWEIER,
r't'ITOR k PROPRIETOR.
GENERAL U. S. GRANT.
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
HON. HENRY WILSON,
OF ASACHt. SltrTS.
Q EN. JOHN F.HARTRANFT
or MOSiTUONERT COI NTr.
FOR SUPKEME JUDGE.
HON. ULYSSES MERCUR,
OF HHAI'FOIIO COI XTT.
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL.
GEN. HARRISON ALLEN,
OF OAItKF.N OOfNTV.
JOR fONGRrSMtS AT I.ARt.K,
-,FN. HUtKY WHITE, of Indian.
.EN. LEMUEL TODD, uf Cumberland.
Dll.KlHTm AT I.AK1.U Tl THE COXSTI-
WM. SI. MEREDITH. Philadelphia
.1. GILLINGHAM FELL. Philadelphia
C.eu. II A!! II V WHITE, Indiana.
;en. WILLIAM LILLY. Carbon.
I.INX riAIUKOLOMEW, Schuylkill.
H N. MALISTKK. Centre.
KM. It. A KM ST KONG. Lycoming.
WILLIAM DWIS. Monroe.
JAMES I.. REYNOLDS. Lancaster.
rMMl'EL E. DIM MICK. Warn.
fiK'iKiit) V. LAW HENCE. Washington.
DAVID X. WHITE. Allegheny.
W. If. MM:Y, Lehigh.
.THHN H. WALKER. Erie.
GEO. P. ROWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York
S. M. PETTENGILL 4 CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y,
Are mir tale agents in thai city, and are au
thorized to contract for advertising at our
lowest rates. Advertiser? in that city are te-
quested to leave their favors with either of
the above houses.
READIN5 MATTER ON EVERY PAGE.
Republican Primary Election.
At a ir.eiting of the Republican County
Committee, held according to pievious notice,
nt Wilts' Hotel, in Miuiintuwn, on Saturday,
July C, 1872, Ihe following resolutions were I porter, but is the recipient of public hna
adnpted : j pitalities in a city from which he should
HtmlrtJ, Thai the Primary Election be ; be promptly and ir"Vgnantly banished,
held ai the usual places on
SATURDAY. Al'til'ST 24th, 172. Senator Buekalewf 1000 and 500.
Met ween the hours of 2 and 7 o"clock P. M , i
and thai the Return Judges met tat the Court , Joe Democrats love to talk about
House, in Miftlimown, on honest Charley Buckalew. He is a State
MONDAY. A U JUST 2oth, 1872, j Senator, and as such receives one thou
at i o clock i . .u. i
Retolred, That Ihe manner of electing Re
turn Judges, and the qualifications ot voters
lie the same as prescribed and carried out
1,'rtolcrd, Thai John A. Gulltiher and John
Moizer be and they are hereby appointed
members of the County Committee, to repre-
sent W alker towni-hip, and G. R. Henderson
to represeut Patterson borough, in place f '
J. w. Parker and L. V. Sicber. of Walker, i
and Samuel II. ISrown, of Patterson, who are
JOHN BALSBAC1I, .
Aiex. Wuoiiwahii, Sec'y.
The rinderpest has again broken out
" Thk cholera is
raging dreadfully in
The grave diggers of Woolwich Cem
eterv, lyondou, are on a strike.
Saw mill hanJs at Williamsport are on
a strike, and so violent have their actions
been jliat Governor Geary has called out j
troops lo restrain them in their riotous i
Voorhees, of Indiana, w ho so bitterly j manufacture capital out f tbe charge
opposed the nomination of Greeley, has j that the State Treasurer is speculating in
been nominated by his Democratic ftiends State funds, by depositing them in cer
for Congress. Since his nomination he 1 tain institutions and drawing the percent
Is for Greeley, reiionnciug and indirectly ;age, and thrusting it into his pocket for
denouncing the Cincinnati platform by . himself. They then cooly add "Genera!
advocating its opposite principles. I Hart rati ft is the acquaintance and a friend
tC l n rr Wiltin.n'a li.n
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the Boston Jubilee, visited Philadelphia
, . i . ti i r -i
tun. ai ii .1 ni u -
last, vieeen. - i uev uuinuer iortv-eiffUl
men, who average about thirty years of
age, and each is a skilled soloist." They
will tike home with them $75,000, the
earnings of their trip to A merica.
At midnight on the night of the IStli
inst., as the King and Queen of Spain
were returning to their palace, they were
fired on by five men, but received no
injury. The King's guard killed one of
the would-be assassins, and arrested two ;
others and lodged them in jail to await
I. a Greeley demonstration in North
Carolina, last week, a number of colored
men participated. Subsequently the col
ored marshal was whipped by his indig
nant brethren. It it to bo bped 'that'
the colored people of tki South will not
follow in the footsteps of the Kuklux
against their political opponents. The j
persons guilty ot tbe outrage have been
The Democrats have started a new
lie on the president to the effect that he
has authorized a bet on Lis electiou The
editor of the Daily Wlgcomin addressed
a vote to the President relative to the
report and received the following reply
from the President's private secretary :
' ThePresideot directs me to say, in re
gard to that charge:, that be never in
his life made a bet on the result of an
election ; nor has he authorized or ad
vised any one to do so. He had no
knowledge that any one had made a bet
with Mr Wilkes until he read the an
iionnrerorrit in the newspapers. "
It is well known that during the rebel
lion, the Rebel Government constantly
kept in their secret a strong party of men
ia Canada, whose duty it was. with the
aid of Northern sympathizers and corrupt
men, to put into practice such diabolical
schemes as they might from time to
time, concoct. Oue of the schemes con
ceived by the sojourned rebels in Canada
was the burning of Iew lork City
Tbis, however, failed. Another was the
peace scheme in which Mr. Greeley,
became a pilgrim which Abraham Lin
coin sifted by his proclamation, ' To all
whom it may concern.' Another was
I the assassination of President Lincoln,
which was otrried to a successful issue
Prominent among the Canada rebeU ea
gaged in all of the wicked woik done
against the Government was George N.
Zanders. This obnoxious per.-enage has
recently come into iolintate relationship
wiih Horace Oceley. They are fre-
nuentlv iu each other's company. But
a day or two ago Mr. Greeley took him
to listen lo a sermon by the Rev. I'r
Chapin, a noted Uuivei6alist preacher in
New Yora city, and Mr. Greeley's pas-
i tor. It seemed like questionable com
' Danv for Greeley lo keep, and thr
congregation so considered it, as may
be learned from a New York paper, that
speaks of it as follows :
On Sunday morning last, much to the
surprise and indignation of the congre
gallon. Horace Greeley, accompanied
by George N- Sanders and Theodore Til
ton, walked into Rev. I'r. Chapin's
church, taking seats in Mr. Greeley's
pew. It was soon known that the no
torious traitor who was hatching con
spiracies in Canada during the whole of
the rebellion was Mr. Greeley's guest
and an expression of disgust was mani
fest in almost every countenance, for
in our w hole city there is not a congrega
tion more distinguished fr its iutelli
gence and loyalty than this one. Nor
did the circum-tance fail to attract the
attention and the rebuke of the eminent
and eloquent pastor, whose patriotic
heatt must have burned with indignation
to see a man who had conspired to burn
our city and assassinate our President
thus openly and shamelessly patronized
by a prominent member of his congrega
tion. This man, Sanders, who was wan-
I dering in Europe until Greeley's nomina
tion tor President, was a guest at a
', recent political breakfast to aid Greeley's
j election, where he met Erasttis Brooks
and others ot that stripe. the incen
diary who burns a single dwelling goes
to State I'rison, while George N. Sunders,
who conspired to bnrn the whole city of
New York, and whose agents actually
kindled fires simultaneously in several
parts of ihe city, is not only Mr, Gree
ley's intimate political friend and sup-
gand dolarg a epg8ion. Last winter he
was Chairman of the committee to inves
tigate the Gray and McClure caso. The
duties of a coi.test committee belong to
the duties of a Senator. The Senator
took his committee to Philadelphia,
TJiey ,0(1 j ,ne carg on frre tickets,
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Their labor did not comprehenu the con-
tiuuous space of a week Their expen
ses did not equal those at llarrisburg,
for they made the State pay their board
while in the city, aud reported McClure
as entitled to the seat, aud a bill of ex
penses, for the State to pay, amounting
to twenty-six thotisaud aud sixty five
dollars. Of these tbouBauds Mr. Buck
alew appropriated five hundred dollars to
his owu pocket, thus making the State
pay him fifteen hundred dollars instead
i of oue thousand dollars. That is aspect
men of the Senator's honesty.
! The State Treasury an! the County Trea
ts wry .
The Democrats just now are tryine lo
;ot the .treasurer. Ibis is done to in-
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jure Hartranft. It may be true that
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fctate Treasurers have for a long time
been thus speculating, with State funds
We think it would be infinitely more
proper for the howling Democrats in our
own county to review the record of some
of the Treasurers and Collectors of this
county. It is probable that their record
will prove them financiers of the very
kind that they and their friend have
been condemning. Come, gentlemen.
while you are on the Treasury question
get a little nearer home.- .
If Mr. Buckalew had lived in the days
of the Revolution he doubtless would
have been a Tory, for even at this late
day, after it has been proven that man
is capable of self government, he ques
tions and opposes the governmental prin
ciple of extending the right' to vote to
the masses. Read him on this point, as
he delivered himself when in the United
gtate. m 1S66
"Now, sir, the objection which I have
to a large extension of suffrage in this
couutry, whether by Federal or State
power, is this : that thereby you will
corrupt and degrade elections and prob
ably lead to their complete abrogation
hereafter. By ponring into the ballot
boxes of tbe country a large mass of ig
norant voters, and votes subjected to pe
cuniary or social influence, you will cor
rupt aud degrade your elections and lay
the foundation for their ultimate destruc
tion. That is a conviction of mine and it
is upon that ground that I resist negro
rage and female suffrage, and any
other proposed form of suffrage which
takes humanity in an unduly broad or
enlarged sense as the - foundation of an
ermngpment of political power."
Bis Account SUted
Mr. 'Buckalew has been fortunate in
acquiring for himself a reputation as an
honest and disinterested Democrat. His
record, wkicb is being looked np, makes
sad work of this late inflated Democratic
politician. If no other record than the
investigation of the Grey-McCIuw case
could be reached, it alone would be suf
ficient to remove the wool from the eyes
over which it has been pulled-
II is frieuds not only inflate him, but
he lends a help himself in hi speeches
when he declares that he is not in "pub
lic life for the purpose of making profit
for himself. How adroitly he speaks to
impress the public with the belief that
he desires no office and possesses no
The following offices that, he has'held.
and the money he received from each,
tells how nearly his acts and his words
correspond An exchange slates bia ac
coniiHUis : '
C. K. Buckalew to United Stilts Dr.
To C y'ts salary ai U S Senator $30,00'!
Outfit as Midister to Ecuador 7.000
i years salary for eime. $7,500 30,IO'i
To S ale of Pennsylvania Dr.
To salary as member of Constitu
tional Convention- $ 1.000
3 years salary as Senator 2. H0
' 2d leim 3,000
Extra pay to put McCltire into his -seat
upon contest 500
The Genera Arbitration.
It was believed that upon the with
drawal of the indirect damage claims
from the Geneva Board of Arbitrators
that no other obstacle would intervene
to preveut a speedy settlement of the
trouble between England and the United
States. Such, however, is not the case,
for England, through her agent, has
again brought the arbitration to a halt
This time she pauses and hesitates about
the payment of damages for ships andcar
goes burned, sunk or confiscated by ten
rebel ships. She says these vessels were
not built in English poits, consequently
she objects to payment for the property
that they destroyed. The opinion is
held by Americans that England should
be held responsible for tbe damages dune
by these vessels, fur the reason that in her
ports they always found a place of ref
uge from the vessels of the Republic,
and because they were there allowed to
coal and provision and throughly to re
fit themselves after a cruse of deprida
tion on Northern commerce. It will not
be a matter of surprise if the English
arbitrators present a bill against the
United States large enough to rover out of
tight all America's claims. Should such
un'ortutiately be tho case, it will prove
itself tbe feather that will break tbe
Alderman William McMulIin. a leader
rjf the rough men of Philadelphia, was
shot on Monday night, by a man whom
McMulIin did his utmost for when he
was on trial and sent to prison for the
shootin of Brooks, a Government asrent
employed in ferreting out the unlawful
distillation of whiskey. Marra is the
name of the man who did the shooting.
A Sloyameiising hall was in progress
Marra entered one of the rooms and re
moved a boquet from a table. McMulIin
saw him do it , and followed him to a bar
room in the vicinity and desired the
flowers. They were not given up.
Words followed. Marra drew a pistol
and shot McMulIin. Latest reports an
nounce him iu a dying condition. Marra
has not yet been arrested.
Ok the adoption of Greeley -by the
Democrats, the Xatiox says : "It must
be admitted that the nomination of Gree
ley by the Democrats is, on the whole,
the most ludicrous end which ever over
took m gremt organisation. We know of
nothing in sacred or profane literature to.
which it can be likened, except the rush
of swine, in the New Testament, 'down
a steep place into the sea," when the
devils entered into them. The
party in electing Greeley ipxo facto per
ishes, and perishes in the most ignoble
"John F. llartranlt, as Auditor Gen
eral, laid the way for the repeal of the
tax on real estate, by securing the col
lection of all outstanding taxes on cor
porations, and the payment of all moneys
due the State collators and sureties
He it was who induced the Attorney
General to sue out and give firtUe State,
thousands of dollars which would other
wise hare been lust Forney's Press
Oct 5. 1S6S.
Hall Bobber Con rioted.
San Francisco, July 19 David E
George, deputy postmaster of San Fran
cisco, has been convicted in the Uuited
States Circuit Court for robbing the
mails. The accused pretended that the
store in which the pnstofEce was kept
had been broken open by robbers, who
threatened his life with pietols. George
was sentenced to eighteen months' im
pjisonment m i i a
The following proposed amendment
to the State Constitution will be subject
to tbe adoption or rejection of the peo
ple, at the October election :
Strike out he sixth section of the
sixth article of the Constitution, anil in.
sert in lieu thereof the following : "A
State Treasurer shall be chosen by the
qualified electors of the State, at such
time and for such term of service as shall
eb prescribed by law."
A queer antic was cut up by lightnin
at Muncy, the other day. It shattered
a peach tree, flew to a wire clothes line,
worked both ways, and struck a stable
at one end and a bon at the other.
Letter Trim W.im " .
Charleston. 8 C I
July IS, 1872.
M-. E-Ubr .How" cm yon expect
a letter from South Carolina' in July!
To write under wide-spreading tree
near some meandering stream in the
mountain regions of old Pennsylvania is
possible, but here, where your energy is
all melted out of you, such a thing is al
most impossible. Why. this is the third
letter I have commenced. Two, alas!
are in the waste basket. I know not
but that this oue will be there before I
finish. Perhaps if I do accomplish my
task, your readers wiil-aay, "It ought to
be there with the others !"
But, after all, we who are this far
south have no reason to complain. I
have had several letters from northern
friends, saying, "The heat is almost be
yond endurance how we pity you all
in the South !' .This commiseration
was not at all appreciate J by ns, for we
were having very pleasant weather just
at that time. Before I cams South- I
supposed the Leaf was so intense here
tba'j no one not used to it could-endure
it. But so far, I am obliged to say I
have suffered more from the heat in the
N'orth. The thermometer varies little
from between 85 and 92 degrees. The I
direct rays of the sun are very hot
Stand under them for a time and you
literally melt, and woe to that part of
the skin which m iy be exposed. But
stay in the shade, aud with the stiff
breeze from the ocean blowing constant
ly, yon feel qnitb comfortable.
The time to go out is before 9 A. M.
and after 4 in the afternoon. Between
these hours it is better to keep "shady."
Those who are compelled to go out be
tween 9 and 4, Lave to travel at a slow
pace, aud carry an umbrella over them
Dealers in this commodity say their busi
ness thrives best in this country. Broad
rimmed hats are worn much in the South,
and "white" is the color preferred. One
of our dailies said the other day that this
augured well for a large majority for
Greeley ia this Black Republican State,
but I am inclined to the op nion that the
people choose white hats because they
don't attract the rays of the suu as much
as black. The people in the South are a
very slow people. They transact busi
ness in a slow and easy way none of
your rush and tare sort of people, such I
as we see in tbe North, aud especially
in the West. This is the way with all
dwellers in warm climates
Charleston is cull in summer. All
who can leave for the season, have gone
North, 'lhey must acknowledge there
is a little virtue left in that despised sec
tion of our land. Many who cannot
leave for the summer have moved their
families either to Summerville, a beauti
ful and healthy little vila;e twentv-two
miles from the city; or five miles acrosB
the Bay to Sullivan's Island, on the sea
shore, from whence tho first gun was
fired upon Ft. Sumter. These removals
have thinned out our once populous city,
and made all kinds of business more or
Those in authority are actively cn
gaged in fortifying against cholera and
yellow fever They learned a lesson
from the visit-sf tho latter disease last
fall which they will not soon forget.
Boards of health have been established
in every ward the streets and lanes
are carefully watched and kept clean,
and chloride of lime and copperas are
freely circulated throughout the city It
is to be hoped that God will holdback
forever that terrible scourge with which
the city was visited last fall
By the time this reaches the eyes of
your readers, I hope to be packing my
"cirpet-b;ig" for tbe purpose of finding
a cool retreat somewhere in old Juniata.
Hoping to see you face to face soon, I
now, for this summer at least, bid you
and your kind readers an affectionate
Yours as ever.
WM. A. PATTON.
There are now in daily use on the
Michigan Central railroad fifty one cars
fifted up expressly for carrying butter,
beef and eggs from Chicago to Boston
aud New York An average of four of
these loaded ears start East each day,
and are inspected and re-iced at Detroit
before they go further Each car con
sumes four tons of ice on the trip.
A Quaker who had been troubled with
rats informs a friend that he greased a
thiity-foot board, tilled it full of fish
hooks, set it np at an angle of forty -five
degrees, and put an old cheese at tbe
top. The rats went up, slid back, and
he caught thirty of 'em the first night.
A man traveling from Syracuse 'to
Buffalo on the Central Road, last week,
tendered the conductor of the train a
railroad ticket issued by that company
sixteen years "ago. The conductor re
ceived the ticket without any hesitation,
but wiih a great deal of astonishment.
Some idea of the immense exodus of
people from the United States to Europe
this season may ba. had from the fact
that the ntimber-ef cabin passengers who
have left this season for Europe is esti
mated at upward of 50,000, the majority
of whom were ladies.
A fellow named Cummings circula
ted slanderous reports concerning the
character of a young lady residing at
Petaluma, California Tho injured lady,
seeing the scoundrel pass her house, took
up a shot gun and shot him dead on- ike
19th insL .
Half a mile of snow sheds were burn
ed the other day on the Central Pacific
Railroad in Nevada.
Mercer county. Peuo , baa no licensed
The latest prediction is a anow in
The national debt ia being paid at the
rate of over 82 50 a minute.
Ten counties in Ohio Lave ladies for
superintendents of schools.
Swiss cheese is manufactured in large
quantities at Oshkosb, Wis.
Overcoats were in demand ia Duluth
on the day before the Fourth.
The iron ore supply of Missouri for
the present year is C00.000 tons.
The latest marriage in high life at La
fayette, Ind., was a wedding in a bal
loon a mile above the earth.
Vermont boasts that half tbe slate
pencils used in the world are made in
I'm Green Mountain State.
A Kansas paper tells of an army of
toals which extends three-f ourihs of a
milo along the road. '"
The fleeces of California's 40,000
Cashmere goat are bringing from 25c
to $1 25 per lb., according to grade.
Nearly nine million dollars' worth of
lard has been exported from this country
within the last six months,
The women of Massachusetts are to
have a college of-tlu'ir own at Northamp
ton, endowed with $400,000 by the late
munificent Miss Smith.
It is stated that forty-five per cent, of
the gross products of California is from
agricultural sources, while but sixteen
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per cent is from gold and other metals.
Seventeen hundfed gallons of whisky
were destroyed by lightning in an Indt-
ana town the other day, but it was a
pretty even tuss'.e between the two. '
A series or experimemi, iiievuuiuu vi
test the average loss in weight by dry
ing, shows that corn lose one-fifth and
wheat oue-foui teeuth by the process.
Some people can never be too poor to
marry. A young eouplecotnmenced to
keep house recently whose only crock
ery consisted of an ink bottle and an im
perfect chart of China.
An Idaho invalid was ordered by a
physician to take three ounces of brandy
a day, and knowing that 1G drams make
an ouuee, h is patiently beeu taking 4S
drinks a day ever since
Au Ohio farmer has imported a "steam
wagon" from England It hauls heavy
loads through fields and woods and over
ordinary drains with great facility, and
is very easily managed.
The London Tim s, speaks of the is
sue of the Sckes tiial, which it calls a
"Miscarriage of justice,'' and attributes
it to the indifference that Americans feel
for violent crimes, in which both murder
er mid victim are rowdies.
Two fine colls, worth about S3-10 be
longing to Joshua B rker. of Mill Creek
Hundred, Didawa e. were killed by light
ning on the evening of the 4th, while
jstaudt'ig in a held, no tree being near to
j attract the electricity.
The drive of Texas cattle to Kansas is
estimated from the most reliable data at
200,000 head aud the cattle will a-rive
in their full avenge condition, notwith
standing the haid winter through which j
they p issed
On the 10th of October next it will be
twenty five years since Henry Ward
Beecher was installed pastor of the I'ly
mouth Church. The congregation pro
poses to celebrate the event by a jubilee.
to continue four days, beginning on the
10th of October next.
A late decision in the Chicago courts
gives a verdict in favor of a lawyer who
lost his library by fire after his policy
of insurance had expired. No notice
has been given by the company of the
expiration, and tho eonrt decided that
such a notice was imperative.
Wallingford Academy, located at
Charleston, was instituted in 1SCS, and
incorporated by the Legislature of South
Carolina in 1S72 It was established
through the generous contributions of
Mrs. Wallingford, of. Pittsburg, after
whose departed husband the Academy is
named. It is under the care of the
Board of Missions for Freedom of the
Presbyterian Church. A primary object
with tbe fiiends of this Institution, is to
furnish the colored yonth of both sexes
tbe means of acquiring a liberal educa
tion. But with the education of the
mind, tbe heart is not neglected. A dis
tinctive feature of this Institution, is to
f l f ,i ,u
.....,...cr, men wuuiij,
and to their Una
This School has enjoyed in a great
degree the blessing of Almighty God j
eiiice. i commencement. A very large
number has been brought nnder its in
fluence. Some who have received a
partial education Lere. are now success
ful Ministers of the Gospel; others are j
filling useful stations in life. Four of
the young' men attending the Academy
are studying with the Sacred Office in
view. All we need now, in order to
place this Institution on an equality with
any other of the kind in the land, is
money sufficient to procure endowment
and philosophical apparatus. Will our
friends aid ns with their prajers and
Rev. W. A. Patton of Tuscarora Val
ley, Juniata County, is Superintendent
of this Institution.
If a horse has a good constitution, and
has once been a good horse, no matter
bow old or how much run down he may
be, he can b) greatly improved, and in
many respects made as good as new, by
: a liberal use of Sheridan's Catalrv Con.-
Ma. EaxroB : As it is of the utmost im
portance that we should place before the
people a man whose name would add both
strength and vigor to tho ticket, allow me to
present as a candidate for Congress, lbe Hon.
Joseph Pomeroy, of Aiademia, a man widely
known for his strict intcrrilr, fine business
j quaiitieSj knowledge of publio affairs.
Ma. Eiutob : Xoah Hertzler, of Port
Royal, has held our banner aloft in two cam
paigns in a manner ihat reflected creJit on
himself and his party. Ho has sgain con
sented to enter Ihe field. I, therefore, ask
that he be announced as a candidate for Leg
islature, in your issue of tho 21th iast. He
is a true man FERMANAGH.
Mb. Euitob : As our Primary Election is
drawing nigh, it is necessary that we should
bring out our most available and slrengest
I n.on for the different Wee". I would sug-
of our l!end Julia .
Xlutbersbaugh, of old Fayette, as Ihe most
suitable candidate for the State Legislature
Mr. Muthershnugh is popular in Minlin
county as well as in Juniata, and if nomina
ted his e'ection would be sure.
DELEGATE JO CONSTITUTIONAL CON
VENTION. Mr. Eiutob : It is of Ihe highest impor
tance that the men who are chosen to repre
sent the different districts in this Common
wealth in the Suite Convention to revise tbe
State Constitution should be men of charac
ter, industry and ability, so that they can
intelligently lay hold of the questions of rc-
i form that will be brought up for the consid-
) erition of the Convention, and so that they
j moulding a new fundamental
law that shall be in harmony with the spir.t
i v. ,
f reform that is abroad in the lnd. I know
j o no one jn our col,niT ho U better quali
j fiPll for ihee requirement than our young
friend, Joreraiah Lyons, of our lon, and I
j his n;"e announced a, a c indi
: date for Delegate to tho Cvusiitutwual Cim-
DELEGVTE TO CONSTITUTIONAL CON
VENTION. We have been authorized to announce Dr.
J. P. Sierrett, of Academia, as a candidate
f r Delegate to the Constitutional Convention.
LL persons nie hereby can'ionel against
Ix. picking berries on the premises uf the
undersigned, in Fer-nn-gii iiw;is!iip, from
FlilDAV evi-ning until TUESDAY e eniig
of each week. Kaji'y petou violating this
notice will betiwili with according to law
EMANUEL MO VEIL
July It. lMTJ-tf
South Pennsylvania r.a:lrosJ.
NOTICE is hereby givn to the Sim-1!io'i2-ers
of the Souiti l'ehnyvani Kuliold
C'mp'iny tint the Atinuil Meeting and klei;
tion for a President and twt-lve fU) D. rectors
wid be held at No. Aot W-istiin'oii ti-et. iu
the citv f KEDIi). C'rfcs c.iuti'v. Petun ,
Oi TUESDAY. JULY !5 th. 172 beiweci
the hours of 12 M. and 2 P. M of tha' day.
F. J. UK'HEVENT, Stcff.
July 21. 1S72.
I.iat of Jurors September Term, 1872.
cnivu ji nons.
Susquehanna 11 H A;p.
1'anerson-a.J Y Itiatton. J.din Hackcnher
ger, Luciau KincrUy
I.aek O l Uiirtor.. T M Neiiy.
Fermanagh C It liar. ley, Mit.gle.
Tuscarori Til. is lierrvuiin, J AI -MXiiken
j I!eale Isiac llruliaktr.
I Greenwood Louis " at gill.
; Delaware D It I'nnti
I Spruce Hill Wm P G river. T!is Pit ton
Fayette losGayinm Sirnujl Kiui-r..
Turbett CarUtiau liar; in in W.iiS.ewii t
I MitHiutowu i' B Horning, Dan el Panne-
baker. Gvo.i?e U-ynold.
nalk'.T John Matter, Thomas Porter.
1'F.riT Jl Kol s
lt.:a!c Daxi'I A lams Isaac Rurton, Jo
t'taiiuhouse, Wm Hoops. Andy Yil.iu"l,bv.
j Deliware leremiah itrjner, John Fiev.
J:-!m Ke'er. Ab Shelli-r-
Su-nuehauna II IL Bean, lleiiry Fn-y-;
mover, George Zeller.
Fermanagh S untie! 15i t;b.ik.'r. I-vicSei-j
ber. It S Warner
Milford Eph Cunningham. J T Meilin.
A II .McDonald.
Tuscarora John E Dot lis, (!.-o Kotigh.
j ,'"r""k Mil'iken. John lleM.
Monroe (oon rayie,i, il Louver, D.ivul
Mnkle, Wm McConuell."
Lai-k Jonathan Gilford, S.miul Kline, M
Stump. Andrew Yea'er.
rayetlc Jesse Grubb. J B McAlister. J
W Muterohatigh, Peier Shelley, Adam Spon
hour. Levi Vanormer.
Aliffintown John lluziard. T U Parker,
Thorn psontnirn S Hostler.
Walker Sol KanlTmaii, L E l!:ipp. Sam"l
Sieber. ilobert Strtain.
Tuibelt S II McClure
Patterson Samue Strayer, Harry Slahl.
Greenwood Andrew Zeidcrs.
mrrnn I nnn i nun on nmr tvt i nxr
IU8UMUHA itMLIi BhfllflAHI. !
'l HE next session of this Institution will:
-L commence SEPTEM HE It 4th. 1X72 ;
Location unsurpassed, buildings spacious !
ami convenient, thorough teachers, and mod-
erate terms. Send for a Circular. I
J. P. SHERMAN, A. M. Principal. i
Aca.leuiia, Juniaia Co.. Pa.,
July 17. 1872-U . I
Election of Bank Officers.
JlSIATA Y.4LLET 1S.VNK OF MlFrLlKTOwil
.Mifflintown, Pa., July 8, 1872. )
THE Stockholders Annual Meeting for the
election of five Directois of this Hank
wl" ne I'd" at (tits omce on MO.vUAl, Al-
GUST tU( jo.72, at I o clock P.
T. V. Ill WIN, Vathi'T.
July 10, 1872-4t
OF 1X7 m2.
GRANT 4 WILSON,
GREELEY & BROWN,
Capss & Torches,
TRANSPARENCIES & BAHNERS,
With Portraits or any device for all parties'.
Silk Runting, and Muslin Flags of all
sizes on hand or made lo order. Chinese
Lanterns of all sizes and styles ; Paper Bal
loons, Fire Voiks, Ac , &c. Campaign Clubs
filled out at tbe Lowest Kates at
WM. F. SCHEIBLE'S
49 South Third Street. Philadelphia
SE.NO TOR CIRCULAR.
July 10, 1872-8m
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting. Fishing, or in any way ires,
passing on the farm occupied by the under
signed, in Milford township. All persons so
offending will be dealt with to Ihe full extent
of ihe law. JOSEPH FUNK.
May 22, lc:j.
. gew StU'frUsfsnfius.
" IF YOU WANT '
A GOOD SCHOOL FOR YOUR BOY.
WUKSE UK WILL BK
Well Tauglit, Well Fed and Well CareJ For,
Amid hapy surroundings, send binit)
J. II. SnCMAKER, Til. P.. Piiuripil,
Lebanon Valley, College,
FOR BOTH SEXKS.
Separate building. Fall term beiato Aug.
ltfth. fvr Ca'alogne, address the ;Te.ijent,
L H. HAMMOND, A. M. Aiinvilt-. P.
5. FOR Y0TJJTG LADIES,
Potlstown, Montgomery Coisly, Pa.
Tbe twenty-fourth rnnual ttsvoB of this
Institution opens September 1:!th. For Cir
culars, address Rev. JOHN MOOR, Priuci
pal fMlTMArdlnu school,
roit vorxt; mkx a.d buys.
At Potistown, Montgomery Co., Pa.
on Pbili. & Heading R k. Twenty sacond
annual session opens Sep', llth. Situation
healthy and beautiful. Classical. KnglisU
and Mathematical courses of study thm
imsrh and practical. For Circular, contain
ing full particulars, address GEiJs I. MKI04,
A. M. Pnocip-il.
COLLEGIATE ino OM MERCI A I. IS.ST1
Ti'TE. New Haven. Conn. Preparatory
lo Collage, Cin'incss. Sciiuiinc schools, I. s.
Military and Nival Academics. Fallsion.
thirty-sixih reir, bein S;. 15 F-r ar.
alogues. adiress Gen. WM. II. IIUSSEM.,
Aarents Wanted for Life and Times of
Contains biographies of Drew, Vanderbilt,
Gould. Tweed. .4c. with a tinancinl histors
of Ihe enimirv fnr the lt ibree veav. and
what Crant knew about J-BMt FKIU1I
Over bv) page. Price Si. .U'tre-s
NEW VOKK BOOK CO .
14-" Nassau St., Ncr Yor
" CAKPAICrNlOODS FORM "
Aeents wanted f t our Camp lien gnn-U. Sell
at Sicht- Pay 109 per cent, profit- Ntw
I is ttii? i line, feud at once tor ie-criptne
Ciicul irs and Price Lists of our Fiae Stei t
Engravings of all the Candidates. Iftiap'Ug
Biographies, Chans, Photographs, Badge..
Pins, Flag, in I eviryihin suite ! to th
times. Ten Do'l.rs per day easily uid.
Full sn plus sent for S 5. Address M -ks a
Uomimi'keo. ST Park Kow, New York.
GENTS WANTED Agents mat.' m.,r
iiinnty at w rk for us than at nrTthiug
el-Mf. l' l-iiicas light and permanent, pnr
ticulars tree. G. Stinsos & Co , "; A".
I'utlhkers. Portland. Maine.
pino fo., . i. price coqfi
. So Agents Circulars Free-
Is the cri"Hin'i and hi article in ltiniir
ket fur Blaring ( lathes. The genuine his
bob Uirlow.si.nd n;ihiTr"s n ine fl II.
label, and is nt np at Wilthergi-r s linn
S,.-re. .-;: .Niutli Sw'ii I St.. Phil id.!,
phin. D. S. V. It.t'BER SEU. Pro . i'-ior.
For a-i'e 'v l).-jjri;i'.:a and Giocers.
Reject all Tlolcot Purgatives. Tly nil
in, t-tie of the iowe aii't weaken ll 'liis.
tion. Tarbimi's t r. r.RVKSi Ks r " Ski.tzu
Ai-KBiErr ts used by ratioiil peop; - as a
means of ri-lieviii all tietatie::ieiiis --i' ihe
Mom-ich. liver and iurestiiK-s. heca'H-j it re
moves obstrti rCiu.s w ti i lit pain and :!i..ar.s
vigor ti, ihj nr;4-,iis wtiit-ti it put -.ti-..
SOLD BY ALL DUl tliilS 1 S
Know all Men by tto Presents,
That I, Simon P. Ligin, of Tn.sc irnv
township, tanner, I'o,- and in consideration of
the sum of twelve hundred and fiilyone d !
lavs to me iu hand paid by J. J. II.aiiHn.
at mid before the ensealing and Je ivcry of
these present, the receipt whereof is hereby
acknowledged, have bargained, sold and d
liv.-red. and by these presents d, rvtriin.
srli and di-Lver un'o the sai t J .1. II iioiliun.
''our horses, one wagon, one giain d -ill. ti:w
mower and re iper, one cider press, etej tan
ning mill, one set smith tool, one corn pi in
ter, one horse rake. carp?nter tools. h.rn.
hay fork, rope and puiley. two plows, . t . . n i . i-j
trees, log cUain. wheel barrow, shuv.l plo".
cultivator, three sets harness. Hails, rake.
dnii fork, coru foJder emter, grindstone
ana lixins, one horse (Koc.l. wn Uxvn
wapons. one cart. ne three horse r.nd or
two horse douMt-iree. in spring waon, four
head of cows, four bead of yoi.!ir caiiie, and
two mules, lo have and to boll the aforesaid
property uctn Ihe said J. .1. Hamilton, bis
Kie.ulors, Administrators or Assigns. Id bis
and their own proper use and bent-fit and
behoof iorever : and I. the said Simon P.
l.o tn. my heirs, xecutors and Adniiaistrs
tors, the bargained premises unto the sai l
J. J. Hamilton, his Executors, A laiinistra
lors or Assigns, from and against all person
or persons whonisoener, shall and will war
rant and defend by these presents.
In w.tnvsw whereaf I have hereunto set my
hand and seal tais tfrd day of July, !s72.
SIMON P. LOGAN, I '(' 1
NOW, KNOW ALL MEN, nnd take natie.
that Ihe said Simon P. Logan is living o"
and culii'ating for ma and for my ben.'St. mt
farm iu Tuscarora township, Juniata county,
and thai I have left the above property with
the exception of one horse and two tnuie'r
wiih him. and in his possession an I care,
and only during my pleasure and for di."
benefit, in lbe cultivation of my farm ; al
all TKtn are teamed and forbidden I" 1:1'.'"'
irilh tatd properly in any wat. or lo b? eithe
priucipal or accessary in diverting said prop
erty from Ihe use for which I have left U i
the care of said Simon P. Logan.
J. J. HAMILTON.
July 10, IS-72-Ct
Caps, Capss Si Trcies.
ct" lar and Prkz I.it
CUNNINGHAM i HILl.
M !! rAI-TI BFItS,
So. 201 Church Street.
May 31, '72 lai
TOTIO; is herehy given that Chr'itop!if
O. Ensler. of Walker township. J",
county. Pa., and Catharine, his wifs.
assigned all tbe estate, real and pergonal, of
said Christopher O. Engler, to Samuel
nard. of Fayette lownahip. said county, is
irtisl for lbe benefit of the creditois ef lJ
Christopher G. Eugler. All persons, there
fore, indebted lo the said Christopher 0. S
g!er will laake payment to the said A;'ign,',
u'i iuvib ua.iiig Claims or n t -
make known the same without dUy.
Assignee of Christopher G. Englf
June 12, 1872-et .
All Lindr. of Job Work neatly ex""'
i V 1 ' ial'll Foriuivcu-eof r.lml. Kierd
81 3 i jJlli l:cl.iii or l';r,r-l
: J M ftf 'ile3 ;lf,t 1m txi; Pi, It
ItrviKoy tails locure. Ii is prepared ti.res
ly to curj lbe Piles, au l nothing else Su!d
by all Druigi-ts. Pi ire. Sl.'f).