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WEUNKFDAr MOKNIXfl. AUG. 21. 1P72.
PENNSYLVANIA R.ULP.OAT). ON AND
after Sunday, June 2. 1872, Passenger
Trains will leave Mifflin Station aa folio
Philadelphia Express.. 12..0G A. M
Fart IJiifi I 4' A. M
Pacifitf Kxpices 8,03 A. M.
jl in '' 'J Aceouiuioda'n 11,23 A. M.
Mail Train 5.30 P.M.
Cincinnati Kipross 8,31 P. M.
Southern KsjirM 2.31 A.M
Thmnsli Patvengfr 4.51 A. M.
Pacific Express 5,56 A. M.
'iv I'ass'iiisor 0,44 A. M.
tliucinna Kxprefn 12 M6 P. M.
Mail Train 3.3G P. M
y-jM Line G.2G P. M.
.Mixed Traia 8.00 P. M
Slops iri'.ca signaled.
J s MFS NOItTTT. Alt'!
ioii wit rot '.vruv.
Co" L The Oi"l:ts.
Hot Tl e tniil hur of day.
Plenty Now Moonshine and lovers.
If yon want an e.i?y rtiutiiiig tatr go
to Gray bill'.
TllE lejral tune in wl.ieh to catch
trout exj'ited on .'lie 15: It.
To see l:e pnoii man on his death
bed. in his riht luiiul, rob death ol
much of its terrors.
TllK riins of the pit week have
m ne t!i urni-jlily saturated th'4 ground
than for a petiid of a year.
The Sliowiirni's bulletin board is an
ornaniei.t to the 1 its from which thr
liir.b'.i'"' were liuilfil ly the gre .t lire
S Mini Yihil. It is ."aid has been
ned iu d 'Curario; the tlieeh-y fans that
'Horace dare ix t look a i-Ie ep in tilt! face.
An i !!.iie fays that washing horses
in the morning w:ih wati r in which one
or too onions hive born diced will
kep the flVs nt a r'istanec.
Airy Vik.w Aea 'emy pr-pai'i g for
any e!.e-s in Colh-pe. Telegraphy, with
no'inl daily jo;ut ce in oltice, tioht for
twenty five do'birs.
17a ire froa Neighboring Counties.
Pre ry Coiwrr. The new Presby
terian cburrh at Bloomfield ia nearly fin
ished .... The Ladies of the Lutheran
church of Ploomfield held a festival in
the Court House Yard on Monday and
Tuesday evening of last week B. P.
Mclntire, District Attorney, resigned.
The Court appointed Jarob Bailey in his
stead.... Win. S. Mitchell, refilling near
Newport, was thrown in front of a reap
er whde in motion. The leaders in his
wrist were cut, thereby rendering the
w rist joint powerless .The engineer at
IWhtel's Tannery, at Newport, had a
finger taken i ff ly the machinery of his
IIi'NTiNCDtt.v County. The practice
of paying I lie minister's salary in advance
in mom hly ins.ul.nctsU is favorably look
ed on by Picfcbyteriaus. ... Frank Diake
had a leg biokrn and was otherwise seri
ously hurt by tin: b:caking of a derrii k
at Matilda Furnace Stoneware clay
is found near the town of Huntingdon.
....The editor of the Journal intimates
that a lady wanted to get up a Iiandker
chief dirtatiou with him. Be a little
plainer and (i ll what a hitni'.kerchii f
flirtation is A. L. Guss, of Cassville,
has be? n i.cminatcd by lha liepublicans
f'-r Coiiimvss Huntingdon Lo.i.sts o
her pretty omen.
1'iLAtit County Alioona enjoyed a
military parade un Fiiday even ng
Altoori.i lilii meii pic niced on Tluiisday,
Fnlay and ntuiday .... Young people
of the mountain city participate in moon
light cn.q iet p.uti s . . . .The Trilvne
puhiislu s the local news from Ilolli lays
burg and Tyrone Uoder the head of Sub
niban Intelligence. Cod enough that
What say you. Over and Biainerd ? .
Molt-m iron fU on to the roof from the
cupilo of the Gayr'port foundry, setting
it in fire. It was extinguished, however,
before much damage was done ...A
bov flamed William Christy wa run over
by the cars at Crtsson a few days ago.
Ii 'thhi.- legs vitva tikinnff. lie died
the next day Showmen are fleecing
citizens who can be a'lund to take a
hand at thrte card monte.
John T. Morgan, while working at
Cuyahoga coal shaft near Providence, in
Luzerne county, last Saturday, made a
most remarkable escape from a horrible
death, Having occasion to walk across
the mouth of the shaft, one of the planks
covering it broke, and he was precipitat
ed to the bottom, a distance of 1S3 feet
Some men working near the foot of the
shaft heatd a cry and proceeding to the
spot found him in about two and a half
feet of water, and to their amnz meut
Morgan related to them how the plank
had broken 183 feet above and he had
fallen down. Not a bone was broken,
and, except a lightly sprained ankle and
a little bruise on the chest, he wag unin
jured. He wore a pair of wide oil cloth
pants, tight around the waiet, and two
oil cloth coats, buttoned close at the neck
The theory advanced is that the air in-fi-itcd
his wide clothes, and his desent was
comparatively easy. Haver Radical.
PURE NATIVE CALIFORNIA
POUT AND SliEliltY WINK, for
Medical Use and suitable for Communion
purposes, tor sale at the
"PATTERSON DRUG STORE.
VtKFl.lV COL'N'1 Y.
Railroad m n connected with the Sun-
FaIR. The Juni ila County Agiicu! b uy and I,eR istowu railioad, presented
tnr.il Societv will hold iheir aiuin:! Fair
cti Octolitr 0 !i. 10th and 1 1 tl;. 1S72.
G. M. Graham.
C't S' c 'y.
Reft App'e Parers in the maikct at
Graj bill's Hardware store.
Sriit fn IH ATH. iss .Tiii.ia Wil-on.
second da-ist'iter of Prof. I) iviJ Wilsin.
of IVriJi-vi Je, died sod.i. iily .n Satur
mnmil:r l.lKt 11 as llhoUt 10
years of age.
r.t'At. I'fTili: fi K SaIE y the
nal ectate of the late II. C. G .llnher of
this place will be s dil at p-ih'.ic sale by
the Executor Joseph Uolhrock, at Mif
fi'ntuwn on Tuesday Oc:ober 1st, See
ailverti.-cmciit in another column.
. - . .
Thk Republican .f ihe Ror'iUgh of
.M'fl!into n are hereby invited to meet at
Wills' Until on Fiidav eveiiinr next, at
S o'clock P. M. to nominate a -Judge to
h rve nt the ensuing piimnry election and ; didate for Assembly The house and
contention. j barn of Wiliism Lai.d, a .-hurt distance
A Ahl lN. I iibnve Newton HainilUin. were destroy ed
i one l.umlicd and fif'v dollar set of
drafting insti umi-nts to the lute Supeiiu
ten lent of that road, W. H I'rowu, and
a one hundred dollar watch chain to C.
L. Bretz. lute tiaia master of the same
road. T he presentation look place at the
N.itionnl Hotel, in Lew istowu. on the
evening of the I Oth bist Mrs. Sam 1
Hoover, of Perry township, died of
Hemorrhage, on ihe i.iht of the 12:li
iust She arose to attend to the babe
She remaiked as she did so, "1 foil very
sick, as though I were going to throw up,''
and a moment afterward blood spirted
fiom h. r tuoutii and nose Ieath ensued,
hi fore any one could he called ...The
OiZ't- thinks hogs aie the bsf, of
loAii scavengers, and advocates their
running at large The Baptists are to
hold a festival on '.he aSndT above town.
A mad dog was sin t iu an aliey.
in Lewi.-tnwn, some day? ago (Jeotge
Bates is the name of the Democratic can-
UELAXCY On the Otb ult., in Spruce Mill
township. George Henry, son cf Jcshua and
Uubrlla F. Dclancy, aged 2 years, 10 uios
IIVRCIl FIELD On Thursday night last.
Mis. Jane litirclifie'.d, wife of Hon. Lewis
lliirubfieM, of Milford township, in the GJtli
year of her age.
McCi.'Y ()a the 17lli iiwt , ia Fermanagh
township, Kdwin, son of Jehn M. aud Jmic
Mcl'iiy, aped 9 monlh'i.
ItOlSIV.SuN On Sabbath morning, Aug
ISili, 1872, iu Fayette township, Mr. Joiin
Hobinsoc, agnl C-3 years, 3 ni intha and C
Mr Robinson was born in Miiford town
ship, in ibis (iln n Mif.liri) county, on iht
I2ili of May, Ihvl nu.l wns of Si:olcli-Iri.-ii
arrnige. l'nrly in life he embraced thf
eoiniiiuiiion if lite 'rt.&byl6rian cburub, of
wbich be continued an ext-mplnry member
until I he close of bis life. About torly years
ago he remoTen to the home at wiiicii be died,
in Lom Cretk Valley. Here he reared a lam
ily of four daughter and one son, who sur
vive bim. In KiG he wits elected an el Jer ol
be I'lesbyterian Ctiurch of .i I Creek Val
ley li supply the vicancy lift by I lie dentb
of ibe !t-it. Wiliinin 8liaron, wtiich position
as an ollice-btiirer in I lie etiureb be bcid unlit
bis de.-itb. A man of generous temper an.l
of retiring manners, be exemplified ibrougb
oiit bis life I lie iiijunmion laid upon men
Tuis is the way, walic ye iu it." He did not
h-arn bis eeutleness in the world, for be
withdrew himself from its culture, mid yet this
laud contained no trilT g-llileinaa ibau be
-Can that man be dead whose spiritual in
fluence is uj'ou bis kin 1 T
He sleeps in b'.cssin is, aa l bis sleeping dast
hub more of li'e
Thiu ba'.f its brealbin,; mo ills."
C. B. HoKMNti
I hv fire on the 13 h inst
Thk best and cheapest Hardware i Bank at McV.y town b is been opened
the countv atGravbili's. j for business J.R.Wirt, formerly of
Pot.niKRs' Convention. An ox
oliange sys the Soldiers' Convention for
the purpose of ratifying the nomination
Juniata county, is Cashier. E S. Par
ker. Cashier of the Bank of loty. Par
ker & Co, of M filintown, opened the
books for I be insiiiu ion The largest
of Giant ai d Wilson, to be In I I in the i ,jc jc that ever b ft Lewistown was held
MIFFLINTOW'N & PATTERSON MARKETS
rR!CF.3 OF HOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for Ihe Jcniata Sestiskl
by the Hoard of Commerce of MitUin and I'al-tersoa.
I'utier "f !b
I't-'Z. "f1 dux
I.ar l, lb
" Pvaclies, pared
Penche-, unpare-1 ......
' Cherries, pitted -
Country Ham -
Sides and Shoulders..
Ground Alum Salt, g sack
Locust Poits, mortising
44 41 for board fence..
cit' of Pittsburg on ibe 17ih of Sepiem
ber, promts-s. to be one i f the largest and
most imposing di monstrations ever made
ia this State.
at Foraihille, on Thursday, the Sth inst.
Thk Ci-mkal Park Mknacfrir am
Clf.rtis. The BufFilo Co'trt'tr speaks in
terms of unqualified praise of this ei-tab
A RABB hbout six days i.Id was It ft i lishiin nt ; which exhibited here on r il
ly some ui. know ti person at the front ! day June 1 4 h. It says 'the show is one
door of the house of a citizen of Patter of the in ist atlraclive c have ever seen
fon, on Friday night last. It was dis here. Some of its z xdogical features ate j
covered by the owner of the house i.i the (almost fascinating by virtue of their l.ov j
runming and taken and carid for until ! elty ; and the taiei.ic exhibition has ex j
(he overseers of the poor were informed ' t iling entertainment for the most blase of
that a little human w aif needed their at j circus goers The precession, yesler-j
tenlion. They provided lor it. It is day, as a tine one, aitimugu ine ram
believed that it w as left there by some robbed il of its fair j-rnj ottionsand rend
oue traveling on the railroad. j ered the rlii-play of Iiiiiu s, elegant lions-
- I ings. and inullifaiioiis trappings, imprac-
L.KATIIKK. V'alc and Jlemioen Mle t (-kMk The pageant, nevertheless was J
leather Upprr Ltalher. French und a riil.niil one. eteiythmg was new and
Ametican Calf Skins, aud Lii.it g Skins j ( r,j . cttit,., ,,aris in indicated j
for sale at lowest pibes at Giay bib s , (((J ,J1(1.( , uerj,,!..,. ,UJ man igetial j
.... i o
. 2 L' 5
SHELLEY & ST A M BAUfi If S PRICES CUR
l'.LNT. Corrected Ycekly.
Cuvstal r.aifE. Mifliintown, 1
Aug 1S72. f
Prime Roll Ruiler, per lb S.
ETgs, per dozen
Lrd, per lb
Tal'ow, per lb -
Dried Apples, per lb
Rncon. Sides smoked, per b
Shoulder, emoked, 44
SULDb'KF'S Pltll'tiS CURRENT
Old Wheat, -jj bus
New 44 44
Timothy seed .-
Prepared Ccal, V fern
Nul " "
i 1010 ft .
Run of Lnz, 4 4,
44 ' ,'-S.
4 8 4. 44
44 44 6-4, 44
Hemlock Frame, 44 ...
44 Roar, Is. 44
Whitepine worked Flooring...
44 liermaL toning
2 5 00
.2.1 n;to4n nt
. 25 0t)to4ilOO
The menageiie is an excelhnt one; it
is organized with ii-fertuce to ib pleas
Il.Lt STR ATK.D Sl-RMfN. Rev. Id
m t ..r ri.;i.,i..i,,i.;. will de
.. . ... , i i uie of the i.ublic, and the many rarities
liver another illustrated serm-in in the I J ...
it I . it boasts of iuak It rpcia.ly alliac
Methodist chinch of this place on to- , , , ....
.-i.it, itnelo the s'.udii.t of natural history
,. ; - . . We may tut iiuineiyit.; its long list !
inn rriinuD will lr iiiusn ie. w.n ..... . i
' . .,.i Li.ii. i.,r m a r.nniii remsi i
IIIII1'B fll.i. .-, - - .......
the t-mptatioii to spiak of some of the
paintitgson the same plan a the one
delivered here three weeks ag'i, and
which was highly appiiciated by all
present. The subject m ill be ' The
Judgment Pay.' The public are cor
dially invited. Admision free.
Panel Doors 2 IHJ to 3 IMI
Window Sash. 8xM. j window- G'
4 9x12, " 75
44 10x12. " W
44 44 lUxlt, " '
mil. IDKLIMII A M ARKETS.
1'HH.Aiifii.rbiA, Aug. 20, 1872.
Tb Flour market was quiet to day, under
the influence of unfavorable European ad
vices. M el 01 ijtsi oois. inciuuing
Mr. Editor In your next issue of
the StNTiStX please withdraw the card
announcing me as a candidate for Leg's
lature, and express my hearty thanks to
the party for t! e earnest endorsement
that they have deemed it proper to favor
me with from time to time, and to those
numerous friends who have enlisted
themselves in my behalf for the impend
ing campaign return my most grateful
acknowledgments, and say that I am
not now a candidate for Legislature hon
ors. Yours Respectfully.
Pert Bcyal, Aug 17, 1872.
specalities as parti. ularly worthy of stu
such as the potoguaine, a sable an
telope, the black tiger, the Afiican elaud
a singulatly graceful auinial ; ihe curious
haile Uete. the cazembian blesi bock, the
Rocky Mountain moose, and the great
Australian bird show. The young lion
cubs and baby kangaroos are sensational
in a high degree, and those of mature
years take to thtm as kindly as to the
children, They are infantile curiosities
which one does not tee very often in a
life lime and everybody should niakf
their acquaintance. The other features
of the menagerie commend the exhibition
unqualifiedly to the public and it is doubt
ful if nnvthmg approaching it will be ex
hibited "this season. The grand street
procession will foim at between 8 and 9
o'clock in the morning.
The Republicans of Juniata County
recogntza no clique rn'-
N. W. Extra Family
Ohio & Ind. do. do
Penna. do. do
wheat is ls2c. lower and
l-HKI l.n at ft I OOal 76 for
poor amber, and $1 boa 1 90 for white Rye
is bel 1 at 80c Co-n is lo off, and dull ol
sale .About 135 000 bus sold at fi3c for yel
low. fiJc for mixed, and 66c for white Oats
attract but little attention Sales of 2400
bus at 47c fur white and 44c for mixed
$4 Tots'. 5 fiO
, $5 ot'tWi; 25
$7 25((i)7 75
$8 2i-Ca,9 00
$8 00ni.8 75
$9 ol'tglO 50
dull. Sales of
red ; $1 64 for
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
M on dat, Aug. 104 V. M.
There was more demand for Beef Calt'e
this corning, and prices favored sellers We
quote cdoice and extra at 7Jh8Jc ; fair to
good at tijaTie and common at 4a5o tf lb
Cows and Calves are dull and nominal at
$25aS0 for springers, ind $30a45 for fre h
Sheep are more in demand and have ad
vanced Sales of fair and choice at 5Ja9jc
Hogs are firmer, and changed bands at
S7 507 87$ $1 100 Its for corn-fei
SATURDAY, AUGUST 31st, 1872
R0OU0S,i ltiS TROOP
Hexrt Carxcm Maxageh.
Tliie Immense Triplicate Exhibition
Being a Grand Combination uf
Three Attractive $?iJccir.It;i:9
UNITED IS OXE
2va w rx ivi o T1 12 sno-w,
and exliiUted to the American I'ul.iic fur tlie ftrst tkiie.
In Separate Tents for One Ticket of Admission.
Tiie First Traveling Season. EVK!:t THING KI '.V I
Acres of Cnnvna Tents, ' e able oraeco m da'lii? cooi
fortabh 10,OUO peclnlora. 1h nmrmnefnt
Animal Dexs, Cages, Av:ai:ies & Tasks
arc r.o less tLan '
TWENTY-FIVE IX NO??,.
ernitntnlnp.vio SI'KCIMKNS OF 1 II F AN IN AL K INOIrfM
aud are iirofi!.. ly drti.rittil wlili !-rr.-,niJ m:d iu.tiii i.l
1'ultii itirs of ll. bixtest i-rtirvl merit.
THE STVD OF ENGLISH IIOliSES
r tmnnc tlio t.tV"t ispfrin'et.ff tbi-lr kii:(. their UriM rrA
Silrtr M muted lIa:-i:os rfitijr of tlie tlacat mud taunt eVpi:it
Thcrau-l Street PrcccsEc:s
prentaonnf thf mo?t lMxrnifcmt hrhts evi-r tirr.i-?s A
and .1 worth traveling nir.ny t. f11 1 it pi svt ta U-t-ure
nor. 1 and unique to be seen in & cthi-r it.tMi.-hiii it.
The Tr-?t Priccte-l Morarie in the WoiM !
cotUainiiiKtOPrKClMKXSOFLIMNfi Ilt- ASI.S, MLl$
Vr omott? wbieL may b u iiueil m
8TECIALTIK8 OK THE CKSTRAL PA SIS .MK?;AOTiI :
The ;r :H AKIIK'AN h!..M.
from tlio Vlnlaf of Interior Africa. tUj Lar.t of the Aatv..:,M
Tlie Grit AFRICAN' POTQUAINF,
orSaMe Ant-liTK..f thf:lrtbera, rM-J54!"i)fr.iri' I Africa.
The nlr one ever bnviiMit to Ain-rf un-l i.nn Ikim J y our
sg-ttut spucialiy f-jr tUo Cvntrd Purl; Mjurf-ii-j tota liij
Kinr; of r y -dii.mL
IIOKNED IIOliSE OT5 WOXDEHFUL G.NU.
Theoovei at,d fia-'Iy formal
A hfa-itifnl at.l arac ft-l
CAZEMiUAN iiLEdS TOCK,
one of the most curious and charmin? creatures ever s. to.
THE I. ED STAG OF INDIA,
the only ono in Atnrir.
A TRniEXDOUS r.rAf'K TTOFT?,
one of the most remarkable rovt!ties ?h tli animal bincd'wn.
THREE IIOHXED IH'I.L.
an an!in:t wli'ch i sri oENin.s.
TWO MAGNIFICENT DENG.1.!. TIGETiS.
Ths Intsrnationa! Circus Ccsnpany
Is oaiposeii if orer
(ii'tiiitiilnhidin bulli .I..iil-ii:Ti-l t'i !i- rnf. i-tion of -k-!1
aud whu hive t"i'n , !.-tiil rri'u'1'"-; n' all mr-n-y ri.usid.;
uliona in nrJiT liiat t ir, n; tn tin- imlilic
The Best CircnrojMp.-ir.y in America!
and withiv.it a pupertor in th-.' iraoU- nrii.
ZPTlic Exercises in ihc Skills
wit be con tacti-d und. r t!i" .lire-tlon f Miat hoiur. d Ein.rite
and ji;i :l;ir m i.i-itr .
Rin Jlater anil Eeetiirer on Xntur.il I!i..
The pi-rfoi aianrt-9 will eiiami-.-nc'e willi a Ouml
Among the Croup of r.mntifnl I..!y I:i'Ui a thcvliannii.i;
and cloMcaily ar'.i.-tiu
the prrmiere rtaifttDrk Eneit l inna. who w ill p;-f:ir in hor
grand Principal act ujKin her Uiri'buckod steed T-iiaKl'U.'
not her etarof the first matrr'tiide. will a!s at p In -t-ttlulact
f Ktjiietii-iaiaaius uf a iec::iurnd n-vt 1 t.iia-.ttr.
1 A l) E J 1 0 1 5 E IJ- E ELOISIT,
In her pretty f?;ec.ttUv on Iht beautiful L'.rse "Zt 'pi. jr."
51 A 1 )E.M OISE I.LE LI:'. A'l EH'E.
will a!soa;inir in tier attrartive ar! if Tnii FLIGHT 0?
A l'DLLO I Tiiu introducing no 1 fan
Four Principal Iintly.KitScrs I
The Manap'mect t.te frUle in aanouncinf :hr r !i
?ji.jjel x-s. ni m fiJ m ,
who whether as Princip il Kitb r or Oyinn tst a.-kri'. Utt-.-.
both In K:inrie anil Amortc tot-e a if-rt pi:;. r "'luf. k
IcSciun and ithout a v.t r In at. y of Us fpviiuiU .
the u WiMrltT1 Equestrian, sa.l Uiiv'tat-U sennit! r.:!'.3t.
Ir.Sincl:iirLaimnt A: M::-Uxr.id!o .Ur,u:c
In their chaniiin? do;tl.le Mreh i V art r.A.n 1 he LIImei.t.
Th y:in e,
fa his irrc.it Iwtua ant u:o-!i-t:u? UT ii. ' v.-il Vrn-.
T rfjl TFi CIjiO P-X -O
Djn Stotto, Vrr.n.liGl.l, Ecla::.I,
In nn olio nt qnecr. ar.iT!t an.l ir.!;i-.-.-J rharr.rli-r.
Sir. E.W. 1'.:;:;y ia iils.cr.ttt tet f l:(;-.:i a!rianL ::i.
The Wrn.lprf.;i t-yOY,' V.KOl IIEIW
nttsia. I!' n I'aa.ln :h. ir A .Vit k tlymnaoiM Mvtae.'c.
Mr. Wiliuita DJ will intruuuee L:s tuii-il- 1
t-g-TiiuupE of rr.r.rouMi.w. v-cos.
V.'ni. Itolaml tv.i.l Saa i.i tUe:r !:a '.'".I ltilt Ac.
I ..jl. Lament. Mr. M r-'v-. ViUIji SiVrH It-:irv M.-ile,
. ln.- r...l-. Kiir'.i li Win. i.r.-. n. in th .r r ill" '.
M,t. I.Viir IV,.-e. Mi Mil i ii!T. r. l:.rirr It. li'r. Vi
jjjrto Wmh II. !t l"4 l I "i' " lr.utr aiKl frxx Wtl.a
VmI Kol t of Ki t'-rl .iaaicat.
TV- perf irtr.anc.-l u c .-!i 1- l b
LSI !: ia 1hrVtaiERX5S!
I!lu;r3ti! (l Kee-a Wa-Ks
TROri'E O? i.MijroT.s INDIAN!,
-V ill r thrL-b nnT-r of t'h .rurtcitic vn i
Vatv, iiitnl t b-lait f il ."a.-u-if ic ja it nt.uun e.Pile
Juol4 ttwn iu fil kmiwn trv of
POCAHONTAS i CAITAIX SMITil!
Oran I TVar IaMC. (a mXi'h tV Vf.nnr Inlian B-a-f K K. -U'ft
Va will npeif w tW Cuiwii'iV fbirf. TKKKIIILK KX-ALl-ilC
W,iLil.N M. K W; e-rl idlug Willi v;vid i-v
rritvntail'W f an
Iiiui:in Caul ami ih iain.inclK's Escape from
lilciren 10 years and umkr V'irs aan&ji
BE it enacted, and it is hereby enacted by
the authority of Ibe Town Council of
the Borough of Thamp-oniown, that from
and after Ihe nineteenth (IS) day of August.
A. D. 1872, it shill be unlawful for any swine
10 run at large within the limits of the Bor
ough of Th.mpontown under penally of
seizure andsale within twenty four (24) hiurs
afier such seimre, or the payment of a fine
of one dollar ($1 00) by Ibe owner or owners
of such swine, for each swine, for 'each of
fence the proceeds of such sale or fine to be
appropriated to the benefit of the borough,
(Signed) DANIEL BASTRESS,
Attest : Chiff Burgos.
P. L. GarENLEAF,
Secretary of Town Council, Borough of Thomp
tontovn. Aug. 7, 1872.
GOLD AND SILVER
5ry tfoofr, romir:s, Qntmmtt, &(.
First in the Field with our New Goods for the,
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF TIIE SEASON
TILTEN & ESPEIMSCHADE'S.
DOLLY VAUDEN TIIE GREAT RAGE
in Woolen and Cotten Materials,
Alexis Cloths, Japanese Stripe,
The Popular Goods, in New and Choice Stylos.
Mariposc Pekas, Figured and Stripes,
The Handsomest and Cheapest.
Yoseinite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs.-
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, AL1WCCAS,
And host of other things which muft be seen to be appreciated.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any and everything at prices which defy competition.
Otto tlio lttacf in ffio .ntittr cmKrafiitar nil ! nw anrl l?f.t ti!mi
iii Vf a iiu vt.K in iu s r m i j j in vy. a.iu k .. i vhj
for the Spring and Summer Trade, for Ladies, Misses and Children the
4anie exclusively for cur tradu at prices to suit all purchasers. Kvery
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and Queensware Department we have' secured
one of the finest rooms ia the cuutity in the Odd Fellows' Halt.
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of .Goods ever
brought to the county, all of which are kindly submitted to the inspection of all
our numerous friends aud customers. For quality and prices we d-jfy competition.
SOLICIT A FULL SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
TILTEN & E.S PEXSC 1 1 A D K.
May 1, 187-ly
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is llie r-Hce where you can buy
Xlio Ix't siiicl t dilostt
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HAT3, CAP3, E33T3, SEGES. A-U3 FTOJTISHI1IS GOOES.
ViE are prepared to exhibit one of the mnst chiicc ami select Stacks ever ofFereil in ihi4
market, anl at ASTOMSIllXG LOW rXICKS:
Also, measures tiken for Suits and parts of Suits, which wi!! be-maiie to order,
at short lice, very rcusona'jK".
liemember the place, in the Nevin Building, two doors west of the Keyatonc
Store. I5IUDGE KTUKKT, MIFFLINTOW.V, PA. may 8, lS72-tf
DR. P. C. RUNDIO.
IE.tI.R IS PVEUYTIIIXG THAT C0SST1TITF.S A FIRST-CLASS
At tlio Patterson. Drug Store,
Come aud have your eye-sight restored.
SHELLY & ST A MB I UGH always keep up
their btock of GROCERIES and will not
be excelled either in the quality or prica of
their goods in this line. Give them a cali
before Koinft elsewhere.
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Office.
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment f
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advanta t
call, as lliev will find the largest stock in the? comity to select from. t'OMK
ASD II AVE VOI R EYE-SIGHT KESTOKKI.
NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED Of
VIOINS, ACCOKDKONS A NO HAKMONiroSs ; AL( A SI'LUNPIM
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock cf NOTIONS t-jj" Something fur everybody, Jun-'
and el 1. at the
PATTERSON D1U;; STOKE.
Mi. Kkitob : A it is of th utmot im
ponanee that we should place before the
people a man w!ioe name would add both
strength and vigor to the tcket, allow mc lo
present as a candidate for Congress, ihe IIou.
Joseph Tomeroy, of A:ademia, a man widely
known for his strict integrity, fine business
qualities, and knowledge of public aff tirs.
CONG P. ESS.
Ma. Editor: Permit ns te snjrgest the
name of lion. John 15 Packer as a candidate
fjr Congress at our ensuing primary election.
Seeing bis name for the last two months at
thepisthead of the Republican, it was the
general opinion that no formal announce
ment was necesnary, but, -learning that sev
eral persons, more tenaitive stickers for
forns of law thin consistency, assert that he
has not been regularly prented for the mf
frages of the P.cpuhlicans of Juniata, in
order to satisfy their most fastidious scru
ples we now present him. He has filled the
office for two terms with honesty, and tare
ability, and is the choice of nine tenths of
Ihe party in the district for re-election.
Three out of the five counties, Union, Sny
der and Northumberl.in i, have already unan
imously declared for hint, and Dauphin, on
the 20th of August, will most certainly do
the same, leaving only our little county re
maining. Undor such circumstances any
factious opposition to his unanimous renom
inate n is not only futile but reprehensible,
and we think that it is the duty of every Re
publican in Juniata to sake his nomination
unanimous. Mast Republicans.
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware, Crockery waie, Cedar
ware, &o., for sale cheap bv
TILTEN & ESPEXSC HADE'S.
Ma. EniTini : A ei.r Prim-try Flection i
drawing nth. ii U bt'ct-.-enry that we bhuiil I
bring out our r.ii.t atii! ib'.u and ,tron(;i
n.en for Ihe uitTi-irnt rrtce. I w iuld sug
gest the mine uf our f i i-n J John. V.
Miithersbangli, i f old Fayette, as fLe moct
suitnMe caniil i itc f- r the Mite Legislature.
Mr. Mutheniliaiili is pnpu'ar in Mifflia
county as wrli as in Juniata, and if nomina
ted his e'ectiou Wunld be pure.
DELEGATE TO rC):STlTL'TI')NAL COX
VEX r I. N.
Ma. Editor : K is of the highest impor
tance that the men kuj are c'ioen to repre
sent the different dictricts iu this Common
wealth in the State Convention to revise the
Slate Constitution should be men of charac
ter, industry and ah lily, so that they enn
intelligently liy hold of the questions of re
form that will be brought tip for the conzid
erition of the Convention, and so thaf tbey
can assist in moulding a new fundamental
law that shall be in harmony with the spirit
of reform that is abroad in the land. I know
of no one in our county who is better quali
fied for these requirements than our young
friend, Jeremiah Lyons, of our town, and I
ask that bis name be announced m a candi
date for Delegate to the ('institutional Con
DELEGATE TO CONSTITUTIONAL CON
VENTION. We have been authorized to announce Dr.
J. P. Sterrett, of Acalemia, as a candidate4
f r Delegate to the Constitutional Convention.
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