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.TTvlvInK Il.ULItOAO.-ON AND j
pENN- unjay, June 2, 1872, Passenger j
1 .f' wiine MilBin Station as follows : :
9 k KT WARD
rhi!a3elpLi Express.. "A.M
-ific'tipVV.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.. 8.08 a! m!
irtr'r -b'tr Aecoiutnoda'n 11.23 A. M.
Cincinnati Express S.31 1. M.
Pacific Kx press
2,34 A. M.
4.51 A. M.
56 A. M.
0.44 A. M.
12 20 I'. M.
S.3C P. M
C.2G V. M.
8.00 P. M.
tf4y rasfUR1 ...
JAMES NORTH. Ag'l
iO AND COl'.NTKV.
n iu price
l baud ta harvest.
clei A Urgo yield of Jirit.it mm.
"might Trrut, by ic nir fulks.
Will ii Pay fr a" editor to run a hotel ?
Kspecteu Coul evenings and morn
(Uutzbt in a tdrowt-r last Thursday
jlbf pir "'
J'.ir aa!'- A good wmk horse Call
: j; this office
lli-itig ?cnured out for squirrel shooting
The first harbinger of Fall Last Suu
vi;iliititing si jus nf change The foli
ar oa the trees.
Progressing Tlie wmk mi the new
i ul yaid at I'ltllersi'it.
1,'p Moses I'annehaker's new dwa-1
.,rg Louse mi Third itreet
ltiiekalew tnnugtil it dangerous to place
tl,e ballot iu the bauds of iLu !!. I
A d .pe that many Democrats won't j
scsllow Horace Ureeley.
Young clover and timothy in wheat j
fliililihi fit-Ids is exceedingly scarce. j
He Sheriffs duty To keep the. rivet i
,r of nsh baskets. J
To('y it twenty-six minutes shorter j
li., a the 2 1st of June I
A llessici. not in disguise, but seen by !
s" 'flie V:c copioiv- chowers of r.ni.i
A .! s int success The Methodist j
NmJav ticiiool pic nic at Macedonia last j
l.l in d l.y the p o; l.' idong the .luni
a i ri.'-r t Jovei ti-ir 'Jtary'a signature to
;i.c l i-h Toil
A L;cver in the doctrine that capital
fl.iu'.d own its hilior Charles R Puck
TLe j toper liaip to see the rising gen
n iii.n of y iH:ii The time of a cele
hniii.ai or pio-iiic.
Snff -r-l by many 'Tiolera morbus
uiintV-a. and so forth, caused by ealitig
pn-i'u corn and oilier vegetaldis.
1 )ir-4IK.(.t P Tdmililllir lillfltllfl
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L-iiijii.s iu church while the minister ir
Anius,-inei:t for the ynunjj people at
ii,'1 pie-iiir last Thursday The f utuii'
1(11111; of 1 1 i " 1 1 v and Alice.
tuciilars and newspaper can now l.e
fnit tliioii"li the uiail (or one cent for
, . .
fi-ry two ouiices or fractional part
j, ( I
Xothing b,tter in their place than ,
1. g-hut a dtrty sti. king ni.isance they
it l"-n hunting and gruntirg along j
l.eny street for cherry seeds. j
Thk Pogton Jubilee communication I
'id muifar next week
IJ-tSKhTs of all siz-s, can be bought
cheap at Graj bill's Hardware Store.
Thk pi nic held by the M. K. Sunday
Miool 'n lst Thursday, at Macedonia,
iisone ef unusual interest
Thk Largest Assortment of Shoes,
I'uxits i: Gaiters in the county at Shelley
Dni't; ii van's ice wagou is a great con
euieucc lo the v:l:iens t.f Miftliu and
Patterson during the warm season.
Tilt: a:inu:.l esami!otioii of schidars
at the Soldiers' Or phan School at Mc-i hre by Hgl.lni.ig, aim Hi anout ten ......
Alieterville took place last Thursday. tes the roof fell in. and all its contents
j consisting of the present wheat crop, a
A Mifflin county man named George j t5o1 ,)f ,,e J,ay cropt frmig imple
Htflrnan was drowned in Pine Creek j Iliellllli ,., f totally consumed. Mr. Hen
C'iititou county, by the etoviti of a raft. .,(.ron ginii,.yi g011 0f the owner, was
Tiik t, riai. Ue " "'t. He succeeded in g-ttinu
Clit.r. t, ,i. fi,a, time. t '
4 o'clock on the morning of the TWili
of Julv. 1S72. The bell weir-hs 1230 !
pounds. Unntmgilon -l b :
Shei.I.ky & Stambacgh have just re
ceived a new lot of Ladies' Corsets,
and art selling thein'at 50c, 80c and SI.
Ladies, call and be suited.
OAtoBtLAGLR. ot l'attersou. on slitheab;,ve place, the new parsonage of
i.eumsjay, while engaged in wueel.ng ,
stuues n to a car, slipped off the plauk
on which he was walking, and fell to the
ground, severely injuring his back.
dt'i ata Vallev Vineyard, owned
by the Uberholtzer Brothers, located one
tnile northeast of Mifflin, promises a large
v;u .i r .
j.viu w, grapes lu.s season. . eiwim .
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uo wish to mvest in this delicious fruit
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t'aiioiiieQ tuin vuicvaiu
CAMP Irktinh Tim TCvanirnliral
Association will hold their annual camp j
n.eetiug on their olj camp ground, near
McCabe's school bouse, iu Greenwood
lowm-hip, from the Sth to the 15th of,
Artist wxt. '
I I'tknt Mosky Drawers, with alarm
bell aa,.he(l, the best money drawer ever
ji,,ven:ed. ho at Gray bill's Hardware
u'te number of boys tramped, -choked
snd worried the life out of twenty four
rats in Suhiufl's hay nio yesterday
afternoon. Where ia J oho Chinaman.
The place to Sod low down prices in
Goods, is at Shelley & Sumbaugh's
See for yourself.
Married ladies, under all circum
stances, will find Part'int Purgative
' safe; and, iu final! doses, a mild
cathartic. They canae no griping pains
l'ARRfc'L Chirns, Cedar BucKets,
Wash Tubs, Sec, for sale at Gray bills.
Wk were gUil ignreceive the communi
cutiou from Fayette, and would state that
only rtoon thut the card announcing
Mr. Lyons for Delegate to the Constitu
tional Convention, does not appea in
this issue, is that he has already been
announced in the Skntinkl. See card.
Uo to Shelley & tainbanh's for your
Fruit Jars. They have tbe variety at
prices to suit you.
A FACT worth remembering Five
cenls worth of Sltri?a' Catafiy Con
ihtion PoiciUrt, given to a horse twice a
week, will save double that amount in
graiu, and the horse will be fitter, sleek
er, and every way worth more money
than if he he did not hive them.
A stepson of Mr. Showers, of thif
place, aged about 5 years, fell into ihe
water while attending the Sunday-school
pic nic at Macedonia, On Thursday last,
but fortunately was saved from drown
r.g by Mr E. Schott, w ho dragged Inta
out as he rose to the. surface the secoud
time. The hoy was unable to Speak for
jKAL Estate fhk Salk.-Samuel
Leonard. Afrignee of Christopher ii.
Kugler, will offer at public salt!, at two
o'clock, P. M. on Saturday. August 31.
a lot of ground in Walker twp , occupied
oy the said C. j Kngler. containing 17
wit!' " Bnml Dwelling House and
,!,U,? therein erected.
Ahn t ,,,. M1K9 liine an(j p)ace w;
be .flered for sale, l-y ?aT.u-l Leonard.
Administrator of Mary I'ietriik, dee'd..
, it of' giotrnd iu Fayette tap., contain
'"g 17 acres, more or less, having there-
on erected a
good Dflillinjr House and
Sl.rn Horace Greeley Las published
. AVhat I know about Farming." the
public have been eageily, nideiitly, iu
: rssiaitly urging Vm. F. Snyder to pub
: lish a woik on ' What he knows fcbout
! i "hair making " Snjder knows a good
j deal about it, and coul 1 give sa:iifa?tiou,
i but he prefers to have people come to
j his Ware rooms, on Main Street, Mifflin,
j where he can show them what h knows
! about chair-making, by exhibiting to
! them all the different styles of chairs de-
fired. He guarantees to give satisl'ac-
!iiou to iili who iinrchase of him
1 . .
fail to call at his place before purchasing
LictiTMSti has been fearfully active
! in Perry county, as may be learned from
! .1. . C II l...na n-l.t.li ta'O .l'ti Pi'nTi.
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the Prrry i uituli lrtxmn ol IrSt week :
BR HCRNT AND M.AS klLI.FI.
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We learn that the lightning struck tlie
darn of Mr. Billinan, iif-ar Mount Zion
in iwn8uip oa I;lst M,,
alul Mt it on &Tt. Lv which
j wag wMy mwamiAm Mr- BillmitnV
, ,g.d about 22 years, was struck
and instantly killed while iu the act ol
..l..a...v t.a V. ar.i t . mrj I'll a r lit i ra rrn.
of grain, with the exception of a little
rye, arid a small quantity ol hay, togeth
er with oM t Ui-at enough to li ive Ule!
him another year, were consumed
Whether insured or not, we do not know
We understand that a few other build
ings iu that neighborhood, were struck
by lightning at the same lime, but were
not sciiously dimagsd.
T.ARN r.tRNT BV Ll'JHTMNO. On
Wednesday afternoon of last week a bank
bam, built in 1SG9. owned by John Sini
l-y, and situated on Sherman's Creek iu
Carroll township, was r-truek and set on
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three head of horses out of the stable.
u R'K h'1 slruck tLe buil,,
l.e-n l.e l.a.l done this the hay
rack had fallen down A calf, aud sever
1 household articles kept in the garner
is, were burnt. There, was an insurance
of six hundred aed sixty-six dollars on
About the same time in the vicinity of
the Uujtud BrplbrPIli 5lll0 wbich the
preacher iutended to remove the next
day, was struck by lightning, and con
Win. Stouffer.s new barn was struck
but the electric fluid passed down the
spouting into the cistern, doing but little
damage, thongh Mr. Stouffer, who was
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there, was knocked down by the shock,
but not injured
Several trees in different localities in
Centre township were Btruck during the
same storm and shattered ; and a shock
of wheat on Darlington's farm west of
P,loom6eld was struck and burned op.
Letter frm ThsnpsonUwrlt
FATAL ACCIDftMT FROM COAL OIL.
TaoarsoarbwH, July 22, 1972.
KJilor Selitl : Our usually quiet
little towu was thrown into a fever of
excitement on Thursday afternoon last,
by the occurrence of a most terrible ac
cident, occasioned by the explosion of a
coal oil can, resulting iu the death of one
of tho most kind hearted and loving lit
tle girls we ever knew.
The particulars of this sad affair, as
uear as we could learn, are as follows :
Miss Katie Mills, aged 1 1 years, seeond
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Mills,
while attempting to make a fire in the
cook stove, to beat some water, and the
wood uot being very dry, picked up the
coal oil can aud thought she would put
on some oil to make the wood burn quick,
aud at the same time supposing that the
fire was all out of the stove ; but, alas !
the moment she dropped the oil on the
wood, it blazed and caught in the can,
exploding it and throwing the contents
over her clothing near the bottom of her
dress, which immediately took fire. She
endeavored to put out the fire at once,
but soon founii it impossible. She called
for help. All the family were absent
except her little brother of six years,
who, being near, attemp'.ed to pull hei
to the pump, iu order to pump water on
the Uames ; but he could uot bold her.
She ran to tho yard in front of the house,
aud being all on fire and exhausted, fell
to the ground near the front gate. At
this juncture a neighbor lady, Mrs. Ships,
seeing her on fire, rushed to her rescue,
and threw a pieco of carpet over her,
putting out the flames She then took
her into the house, but, alas ! too late.
Dr. Greeuleaf, was immediately sum
moned, aud did all iu his power to relieve
the little sufferer, but of nn avail. She
lived only one hour and a half then the
ingels took her to her heavenly home.
The accident occurred about 2 o'clock
Wheu Mrs. Ships reached Katie, nearly
all her clothing was burned off, except
I'er shoes Sirs Ships bad her arms
badly burned in her efforts to extinguish
i he flames. Katie's little brother was
also considerably burned. Mr Mills
and two of the children were away from
home at the time the accident occurred.
lro was immediately dispatched for, but
arrived too lite to see her Katie, alive.
Katie was a member of the M. K.
Sabbath School of this place, and was a
kind he.-.ited and ever dutiful scholar.
She was loved by all who knew her, and
her untimely death will be mourned not
nly at the family circle, but bv all her
1 liii-nds, both old and young.
The funeral services were at'etided on
Sunday by a lnrge concourse of friends.
The services were conducted by Pev.
J 13. Shaver, pastor of the M. E. church
of this place, who delivered a most pa
ruetic and excellent sermon from Job 19 :
2-5. '-For I know that my lledtemer
liveth." Alter the sermon he gave a
warning address npou the dangerous use
of coal oil, which was well received.
It might be well for us to meution the
fact that this is the third fatal accident
which hits happened in the building in
which Mr. Mills resides, by the use of
coal oil, and we hope tlie people ot
) horn pson town will now lake warning
from this sad occurrence, and not at
tempi to kindle fires with (his dangerous
(J IME law.
It shall not be lawful fir any person
to kiil, hunt or tak.; by any device,
means or contrivance whatever, sell or
-xpose for sale, have unlawfully in his
posession, or worry or hunt with hound .
r dogs, any deer or fawn between the
lst day of December, in any year, and
the. 1st day o! September, in any year ;
!'.o ided, that nothing in this section
-ball apply to tame deer or those kept in
rilKASA.N'TS, I'ARTRII) JRS, TURKEYS, AC.
No person shall kill or have unlaw
fully iu his pnsession or expose for
'ale, any ruffed grouse or pheasant, be
tween the 20th day of December aud the
1st day of August, or any quail or Vrr
giuia partridge between the 12th day of
December and the 1st day of October,
or any wild turkey, between the 1st day
..f January and the 1st day of October,
or any fox squirrel, or gray squirrel, or
rab' it, between the 1st day of January
and t!.e 1st day of August, under a pen
alty of five dollars for each and every
bird or squirrel so killed unlawfully and
in possession, or exposed for sale.
No person shall kill, capture, take or
have in his or her possession, any wood
cock between the 15th day of November
and the 4th of July, under a penalty of
five dollars for each aud every bird so
killed or had iu bis possession or exposed
No person shall at any time, kill,
trap or expose for sale or have iu his
possession alter the same i killed, any
night bawk. whippoorwill, finch, thrush,
lark, sparrow, wren, m artin, swallow,
woodpecker, dove, bobolink, robin, or
starling or any other insectiverous bird,
nor destroy or rob the nest of any wild
birds whatever uuder a penalty of five
dollars for each and every bird so killed,
trapped or exposed for sale, aud for each
nest destroyed or robbed.
No person shall at any time feed, bait
or build blinds for the purpose of killing
or to trap or snare any wild turkey,
ruffed grouse or pheasant, quail or Vir
ginia partridge or woodcock, under a
penalty of five dollars for each and every
bird so taken, trapped or snared ; Pro
vided. that nothing in thia act shall be
construed to prevent individuals or as
sociations for the protection, preset ration
and propagation of game from, gathering
alive by net or traps, quails or Virginia
partridges, for the sole purpose of pre
serving them alive over winter, from the
fifteenth day of November to the first
day of January, and for no other purpose
The Dlace to buv what you want, very
cheap, is" at Shelley & StambaugU's. Go
there and save money.
Money Lost A reward of Ten
Dollars will be paid for the recovery of
W. II. Kinzer's pocket bok containing
Fifty-four Dollars, lost in MiOliutown on
Saturday July 13, 1872. A liberal
reward will be paid for any information
leading to the recovery of the same. The
money can be left at thia. office or re
turned to the owner residing near Van
wert, in Walker township.
Carpenters and Cabinet-makers, if
you wrot a tip top Plane, go to Qray
bill's Hardware Store. -
Teachkrs Wanted Four teachers
are wanted iu the borough of MifHin
town to teach the public schools for the
ensuing term, to commence on the 14th
day of October, and continue 5 months.
Application should be made on or before
Saturday, August Srd, 1872.
By order of the Board.
C. McClellax, Sec'y.
Floor Mattino and Door Mats for
sale at Ihe lowest prices at Graybill's,
HIFFLINTOWS & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for the Ji siata Sehtixkl
by tire Board cf Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
terauo. Butter V R
,4 Peaches, pared
" Peaches, unpared
" Cherries, pitted
Sides and Shoulder
Potatoes, f bus
firnund Alern Salt, t sack
Locust Posts, mortisins
" for board fence..
SHELLEY .? STAMBAl'GH'S PRICES CUR
RENT. Corrected Weekly.
Cktstal Pala"e. Mifflintown, 1
July 21, 1872. I
Prime Ro'.l Butter, per lb l'
Etrrrs, per dozen 18
Urd, per t), 08
Tallo. per 111 - (
Dried Applea, per !1 M)
Bacon, bides mnnked, per lb - "
Shoulder, i rooked, - 07
Hums, " " - '
Washed Wool ... : 60
D. K. SCLoUFF'S rttKXo cchkesi
Wlriti Wue.it, ) bus
Red " "
Preprd Ccul, V - $5 fi0
Nut " ...
Tea " " ...
Itituin'ntous" " ...
Run ol Log, 4 4, lOUO ft $33 00
5.S, 25 00
- 8 4, " ....25 00io40 00
6-1, " 2500to4000
Hemlock Frame, " 2010
' Boards. 20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring 35 00
German Siding 35 00
Panel Doors . 2 00 lo 3 00
Window Sash, 8il0, window.. T.5
i . 9x12 " 75
' 10x12, " SO
' 10x11, W)
PHIL AO ELI HI A JIAltKETS,
I'HiLAi.r.i.PiiA. July 23, 1S72.
Floih The market continues dull, the
J ninl biin online 1 to small Ion to sup
ply the trade ; about 900 bbls ciange hands
N. W. Kxtra Family..
Ohio k lnd. do. do. .
Penna. do. do. .
. f 5 00(5 25
. ?5 5('(rt; 00
. $7 0li(a(8 0 J
. $8 2." (a)9 110
. $8 mOi,S 75
$'.) 61 10 50
GRain The offerings pf Wheat are small.
Kud the demand limiied ; dales of 2nd bus.
IVnn. and western red at $180;' amber at
$1 99. and white $2 ; In Ryo no transactions
Com is very dull ; Email sales of yelloy at
G2c. add mixed western at tiOtOlc. Oats are
ilu'.l and l.jwer : sale of 5'MW bus. white at
42a421c. and mixed at 40a4I.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Mondat, June 224 V. M.
There was rather more demand for Beef
Cattle this week, but prii-s wero without
material change. About 2100 head arriyed
and soil at Ihe Avenue Drove-yard at 7Ja7e
for extra Penn and wesiern Sieers ; Ga7e
for fair to good do, and 5a5Ao lb gross,
Cows and Calvbs were in belter request.
Sales at ?30a4 5. Receipts 200 head
Shfep attract considerable attention.
Sales nt fair lo eood at 5a0.li y lb and com
mon at $2 503 50 "1 h:id. Receipt 1 1,
Iloos are higher, and sell at $7 25aT 50
for corn-fed Receipts 3100 head.
GOLD AND SILVER
At t!ie Patterson Drug Store,
Come and have your eye-sight re
stored. Executor's Notice.
Ettate of Martha Ktmtr, dcctatcS.
NOTICE is hereby given that Letters Tes
nentary on the estate of Marl ha Kinzer,
late of Milford township. Juniata county,
deceased, have been granted lo 'ue under,
signed, residing- in same township. All per
sons indebted to said estate are rnuei-ted to
make immediate payment, and those having
claims will please present them properly
authenticated for settlement.
PAMCEL LEOSAED, Ezecutor.
June 12, 1872-lt
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware, Crockerywate, Cedar
ware, Ac, for sale ebsap by
TILTEN & ESPEXSCHADE'S..
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CAPS,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OIL CLOTHS, &C, &C.
Ii you want to aee an entire new ;
stock of Goods at Low Prices, cau at
NEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING,
U I7FLIHT0 WN, PA.
Not. 29, 1871.
LIST OF LEADING ARTICLES & PRICES
reported weekly by C. UARIIKV, or.
postle the Post Othoe, MitBiutown, Pa :
Butter - i-
' New York 25
Molasses, Pono Kico, gal GO
" New Orleans 1 00
Stup, llonev Bee.. 65
Melted Surrar 1 00
Sugar, Granulated 15 j
Extra C 12J f
Yellow C 1 1 i
" Brown 10 '
Coffee. Rio. Choice 25 i
''ea. Imperial, Finest
1 oOal 75
' Layers -..
Salt, Orounl Alum
Mackeral, No. 2 (new)' bbl
Brooms, No. 1
" No. 2
Buckets, Paiuted, 2 hoops....- ..
Tin Dish Pans
Tin Wash Pans
Boots, Men's Calf
Caiters. LafHes' Lasting
Potatoes, I rich .'.
Sweet, Tp peck
Coal Oil, gallon
Cash paid for eggi.
D. K. SULOUFF & .CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
Grain, Lumber, Coal,
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Trices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &c. Sold at the
Having boats of our own we ean freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, Ac. cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. g53y"Yon can make money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Grain wrr.t be rkciuved is store to be
SOLD Bt THE 1ST OF JUNE, 1871.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown. April 20. 1872.
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Have opened Lumber Yard in the bor
ough of Patterson, and are prrpared to fur
nish all kin3 of Lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Shingles, Lath, Sash,
in large or small quantities, to suit cus
Persons wanting Lumber by the car
load can be supplied at reduced rates.
BEYER. GCYER & CO.
Genrpe Goshen, Agent.
Pattarson, May 15. '72 tf
Estate of .Vulhtm 'Jamgt, deetastd.
LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the
estate of Mathias James, late of Dela
ware township, Juniata county, deceased,
having been granted to the ui.de. signed, all
persons having claims or demand against
said estate are requested to present them, and
those indebted to make payment.
JEREMIAH LYONS, '
May 1, 1872-lt Administrator.
A FINE assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vesting s, 4c, nst received and for sale
h, .8. B. LOG DON.
STILL AT THE FRONT.
First in the Field with our New Goods for ihe
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF THE SEASON
TILTEN k ESPENSCHADE'S.
DOLLY VARDEN THE GREAT RAGE
in Woolen apd Cotteu Materials.
Alexis Cloths, Japeriese Stripe,
The Popular. Goods, in New and Choice Styles.
. Maripose Pekas, Figured and Stripes,
Tho Handsomest aftd Cheapest.
Yosemite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, -ALPACCAS, !
And a host of other things Hfh inut be eeeu to be appreciated. j Ll
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT-1 i
Of any and everything at price vs-liieb defy competition. j-
km Sltoe Bejiartmetj j
One of the best in the conntv. crjibmcinjr all the New and Beet Stvlen '
; for the Spring and Summer Trade, for Ladies, Mw-a and Children the '
j eame exclusively for cur trade at price3 to d'.'il all purchasers. Every j
j pair warranted
Grocery and Queensware Department.
I For our Grocery and Q'ucensware Department we have ?6-ured
: .1 c-.. . : .i :.. .'. nit rju..' ir.n
li; I one or me uueet rooms .u t.uts uomny m
.Vi Jilst opened one of the largest
brought to the county, all ot winch are kmdiy autimitli'a to me laspecut.u oi aa.
our numerous frieada aud customers. For quality and prices we defy competition.
WE SOLICIT A TITLL SHARE OF PUBLIC ?ATE0NAGE.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
Mav 1. 1872.
D. W. HARLEY & COS
Is the place where you can buy
Tlio best mid tlie ijiiiipHmt
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
EATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, AND rUE!TIS2T3 GOODS.
ViE are prepared to exhibit one of the most choice and select Slocks ever offered in this
market, and at AST0X1SMXG LOW PRICES .'
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suit, which wi'l be made to ord:r,
at short notice, very reasonable.
llempmher the place, in the Nevin Bnilding, two doors west of the Keystone
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN, PA. may 8, 1872-tf
DR. P. C. RUNDIO.
DEALER IN EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A F1KST CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment !'
AH persons who are in need of Spectacles will final it to tlrtir adrantdgn .f;:
call, as they will findthe largest stock in th r.iutilv to select froni. COME
AXD HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGUT KKST01li:L."
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED OF
VIOLINS, ACCORDEONS AND II AKMONK ONS ; ALSO A SPLKNlll
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an tnmense stock of NOTIONS Strut-thing' fir every body young
and old. at the
PATTEltSOX DRUG STORK.
-Jim. ., A LECTURE
"ittvZW TO YOUNG 3IKX.
Just Published in St-ilfl Envelop?. I'nee
Sic Cent I.
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment
and Kadical Curo of Spcrmatorrlicpa, ot Se -inal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions. Sex
ual Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally; Ner.oinness, Cun-orniptioa. Epi
lepsy and Fits ; Mental and Physical Inca
pacity, resulting from Self Abase, &c liy
ROBERT J. Cl'LYEKWELL, M. D., Author
of the "Green Uook." &c.
fhe world-renowned author, in this admir
able Lecture, clearly proves from bis own
experience that the awful congruences of
Self-Abnse may be effectually reni.ved with
out medicines, and without dangerous sur
gical operations, bouzies, instruments, rings
or cortlrnls. pointing out a mode, of cure at
once certain and effectual by w'lich every
sufferev no matter what his condition may
he. may cure himself cheaply, privatelv. and
radically. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE
A l!i)!)N TO THOUSANDS AND THOU
SANDS. Sent under -eal. to any address, in a pli&
se.led envelope, on the receipt of aix centa.
or two postage stamps. AUo Dr. Culverwell's
Marriage Guide," price oU cents. Address
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
Post Office Box 4,5f0. 17 Bowery, N. T
"VT0T1CE is hereby given that Joseph S.
1 Sarlain, i'f Walker town-hip. Juniata
county. Pa., and Catharine A., his wife, by
deed of voluntary assignment, have assigned j
all tbe estate, real and personal, of the said ,
Joseph S. Sartiin. to John B. M. Todd, of j
the borouch of Patterson, in said county, in i
trust for tbe benefit of the creditors of said
Joseph S. Sartain. All persons, therefore,
indebted to the said Joseph 8. Sartain will
make pyment to the said Assignee, and those
having claims er demands will make known
the same without delay.,
JOHN B M. TODD,
Assignee of Joseph 8. Sartain.
IT. . 15 IHT-IKi -ft.
faJnitiATA Surtsil $ 1,50 oer year
ja j. ctio
and best stocks of Goods ever
. the oi;i:ai discoveuv.
Kunker.s Hitter Wine of Iron.
KU'KPL'S 0 ITT Ell WINE OF IRON will
cure aU diaea.-e- arininjr from a disordered
l.Ter and stomach, at.clr as cunlipatiou, fl at
uTenee. inward piles, fullness of blood to lire
bead, acidity of lire stomach, nausea,, hoan -barn,
disiU!1! if fod. tui?ite.-H or vrcifthl i.
the stomach, sinking o. fluttering at t!ie pit
of tho stom.atMt, swimming at the hc.d, hur
ried or difiicu't breatliing, il.rttering at lii
heart, chofcing or suffocating s-.-naafii.os when
in a lying posture,, dirnne-s of vMon. .vc.
Price. $ I pir bollle. E. . Kunke!, propri
etor. 2"5 North NintK' street, below Vine.
Phirnde'phia. tor sals hf I'mggists. If
your druggist has it uot, ermVse I-i- torn
address aa above, anl it w ill come by next
efpres train, and advioe Irte of charge.
Feb 2H "-'-On.
Ettate of Martha VoodicarJ, drceased.
'I'HE nndersigtrel, to whom Letters of Ad
L inintstratiiin on the estate of Martha
Woodward, late of Millord Iwp , dee'd.. have
bees duly granted ausurdin to law, hereby
gives notice lo all persons indebted lo said
estate to come forward and' maks payment,
and those having claims agarnet ir. to pre
sent them properly authenticate J for settle
ment. - RICliAUD DOYLE, Adm'r.
June 12, 18Ti-4t
E'tate of Maria' P Ltchtenlhaler, deceaf.J.
"VfOTlOE is hereby given that Letters Tei
i taoientary on the estate of Maria P.
LrclueiitbaVi-. late of the borough of Thomp
sontown. deceased, have been granted to the
undersigned. All pefsons iHdebted to sail!
estate are requested io mako immediate pay
ment, and tuofe having ctaircs will please
present them properly authectieated for set
P. L. GREEN LEAF.
May 8, I872-6t. Exeeutor.
LARGEST 8T0CKef Dress Goods ia the
caity at Til ten & Lspentchade's.