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&t jaitiafr Stntinel
ifEDNESDaT WORKING, SEPT. 26. 1872.
PESS3VLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
jfier Sunday. June 2, 1872, Passenger
Train' will le Mifflin 8iation as follows:
Philadelphia Express.. 12.56 A. M
Fast Line 1 47 A. M.
Pacific Express 8,08 A. Al.
Hirrisb'g Accommoda'o 11,83 A. M.
Mail Train 5,30 P. M.
CiBeinnsti Express 8,31 I. M.
Siotliern Express 2.34 A. M
Tlironali Passenger 4,51 A. M
. 5.56 A. M.
. 9.44 A. M.
.12.SJG 1. M.
. 3,36 P. M
. 6.2G P. M.
. 8,00 P. M
Stops when signaled.
JAMES NORTH. Ag'l
B VOTERS, RALLY ! !
REPUBLICAN MASS MEETING.
Grant, Wilson, Eartranft, JSsrra, Allen
ani the TrTtole State, District and
A M Meetini of the Republicans of J j
aiata will be b:!d in
On Friday, October 4lh, 1S72,
at one o'clock, P. M.
GFS. CHARLES ALBRIGHT, of Carbon
eonnty. one of our nominees for Congress
nan at large. Hon JOHN B PACKER, our
rionineefor Congressman in ibe District, Col
THOMAS P. OCHILTREE, of Trias, and
oilier able and distinguished speakers will
rertain'y lie present and d scur-t the issues ol
Let there h-a prr.nl rally of I he honest
an J gallant Repuh'ictni lo hr the Irulli.
By order of rhe County Committee.
JOilV BAl.S!! VCil. Chairman.
Mifflin'owo Sept. 2!. 1S72.
rows a.i rtir.viKY.
David Watts is etil.iiging his house at
At.RICTI.ri H L I.VPLKWfc.NTS for sn.le
at Pai.-te's Haidware Store.
A . Curtiu has g ine over to the lib
erals. IVaSTtO. A hoy to l-arti the print
in' lii.-inrss. ( n from tow n preferred
Aj'piy at this office.
Glass Fmit Jars for IS cents, ai
() last Sum day l lie Military rompa
i-innf Juniata county met at McAli
terviih-, in a pt-ueial iiaraiie.
A flock nt pa'tiides found t'.tirway
into the Court liou-e anl on Mond.ij
m'ruit;. and rem lined there all day
Ntw lot of Mows of til kinds jus:
ri-cii'-cd at Paiete's liaidwaie Store.
Uenienibtr the 4 h day of October
Cemtnitteetnen, it is hoped, will arrange
to attt-ud with their trieu is ou that oc
TlIE Huntingdon Presbytery will hold
its fall aiecling at Acadeinia this county,
runiuieticiiig ou the first day of October
A cibsat variety of liird Cages at
The Sitters' National Convt nti- n
hold at Pittsburg. jt week, to endorse
t lie re-nomination of Giant, was one of
tbe greatest of demonstrating. Fifty
thousand soldiers were in the city.
Tne Uuiou Sunday School at Johns
tswn. lSeale township, will hold a cele
ration in a prove near that place, on
f-aiurday, September 2Sih, 1S72. The
public are invited to attend.
Different kinds of II. nee and Mult
Shore for sale at Paistu's hardware store
MrWillhasa hog trap in bis back
yard, in the shape of a sw ill barrel dug
into the ground. I bis morning one of his
own hogs was sticking in it, head down
dead, iu the barn I, making the third hog
(hits caught this summer. It is an itn
provement on John Tyson's hear trap.
Go to Franciscua for any and every
thing iu the Hardware line.
Preparations are being made to en
large the store-room of the Fianciscus
Hardware Company. It will when com
pieted extend over the entire leirgth of
the lot, from Main street back lo the
Gins, Pistols. Shot, Game Bags, Shot
Pouches, Gun Locks," &c, at Paiste's
Ox last Sabbath Rev. J. J. Hamilton.
of Ickesburg, Perry county, formerly of
this county, preached to.a large audience
in the Presbyterian church, the funeral
sermon of the late Rev. Matthew Allison,
from Rev. 1 4 : 13.
Brass, Iron, Copper, Porcdaiu and
Tin Lined Kettles, at Franciscus.
Fair. The Juniata County Agiicul
tural Society will hold their annual Fair
en October 9th, 10th and lllh, 1872.
G. M. Graham,
J. Shelblrn Bobison, Executor of
the estate of Catharine Cuuningham, de
ceased, will offer at public sale, on Sat
urday, November 2, 1872, a tract of land
in Milford township containing 28 acres,
with a new frame dwelling boose, bank
barn, and other outbuildings thereon
erected. See advertisement in another
In the borough of Lebanon, on Satur
flay, tbe 14th mm, water was introduced
from a creek near by, through pipes eon-
ttrneted and laid by Jamea M. Sellers &
Co., of Philadelphia.
You can find everything yort need in
me hardware line, at the Mifflintown
Wholesale and Retail Hardware Store,
in the Crystal Palace Building.
New G. ods r. Bartley has jnst re
ceiTed at he store on Main street, oppo
site the Poet Office, a large stock of Hats
and Caps. Roots and Shoes, Ladies',
Misses' and Children's Gaiters. &c, and
will sell the same at tbe very lowest
A splendid assortment of Single and
Double Shot Guns. Powder, Shot, Sec.
at Franciscus' Hardware Store.
Rkmkmekk, next Tuesday is the day
on which the real estate of Robert C
Jallaher, dee'd, will be offered at public
Ditlu. by the Executor.
The. farm of Ueotge McConnell, die'd.
in Lack township, will be ollvred at pub
lie rale ou Saturday next.
IIickck'8 Kkuto.vb Cidkr Mill,
for either baud or horse power, with
latest improvement, for sale at the Fran
ciscus Hardware Store.
Meltixo or Grant and Wilson
Cli o The Grant and Wilson Club ol
Mifflintown will hold a pub ic tneetiug in
the Court House, on Saturday evening.
September 2S:li, at 7 o'clock. Addresses
will be delivered. All are invited to
II. I). WEI.LEK. President,
Call and see the Miffl.ntown Whole
sale and Retail Hardware Store, in the
Crystal Palace Huihling, Bridge Street,
Tim You.su Folks' Rural is a nov
elty among publications for Young Peo
ple, entirely cliff rent fiota any other in
sty le and character. Cash prizes are
iven for best cotnjjositi-uis." Wriie for
a specimen ntimht r and particulars, w hich
w ill be sent free. Terms, $ 1 .50 per year
SI 00 in clubs of four and uioie, and
"very subscriber rec; ives a pair of beau
liful thrornos as a gift. Splendid pre
miums to thoso w ho firm clubs. Ad
dies U. X. F. Lnvts, Publisher, Chi
Hay and Mraw Cutlers, Cucumber
A'ood Pump. Meat CuUers and Sausage
StuflVrs, Tin-v.ne, Hollow Ware, Wall
Paper, Biushes of nil kinds, Biootus and
L'urters, Shovels. Foiks. Scoops, for sale
at l'ais:e's Wlrnhvule and 1'eUil Hard
war! Store, Bii !ge street MiMliutowti.
The Bloointicld A li "u!e says : Ou
last Thursday morning CLsrli-s Aiii.icli,
i sou of Jereaiii't Minicli, living on the
iartii of WillUm Power, near Limlis
Imrg, w as ruu over by a heavy road
wagon, and had several libs broken and
tiis th;g i veiy mull bruised It appears
that lie had hitched a horse to the wagon
to draw it nut ol't'ie shed, and the horse
taking flight ran otT. when young Miuich
fell, and both whels passed over his body
We learn th it fifi. B 'wer. s u of
Jacob Bower, of Ty roue township, was
ran over by one of t he w l ee!s of a
wngoti load d with dbty bushels ol
lime. The yiiidii g sand of the road veil
PatkT S l FFL, the best and cheapest
steel made, for sale at Paiste's Hardware
The Drmm-rat ! JlryLiUr of last
week contains the following :
Pli IL a lit LPtt l a, Dec. 27, 1856
Amos O Bonsall, E-i , My Dear
Sir, The money for Juniata county for
Octobt-r was paid by General Hale to
Kzra, D. Paikrr, chairman of the Bu
chaiiau and Breckitiridge. Club of .MifHiu
town, and the amount f r November .Mr
Vandyke pave a draft to A D Parker
upon .Mr. Plitt Treasurer of the State
John W Forxky,
Chairman of the Slate Central Committee.
The Rxjiztrr further asks Ezra to be
kind enough to inform the Democracy
w hat became of the above sums of money
whether he distributed it for the bene
fit of the party or bought a fast horse
with it f
From the ImJrpciuh nf of this week we
take the following retort :
The Drmnerat ami R'j!ttr of last
week published a let'er from Hon. John
W Forney M Amos G. Bonsall in 185G,
In which it appears that money was sent
to Ezra D. Parker, Esq.. an officer of the
Buchanan and Breckinridge Club of Mif
tlintowu The organ says, "large sums
of money were pent into this county,"
and asks Mr Parker what became of the
above sums of money, or did he buy
a fast horse with it 1 We interviewed
Mr Parker on the snhject, and be in
formed OS that in 185G he did receive the
large sum of one hundred dollar ; that
he kept an account of the receipts and
expenditures in a business like way, and
which was always 0;.en to inspection by
anv member of tbe Club He says be
did not buy a horse wiih trnrt of tbe
money, bnt lie did buy a jickass, for
which he has the following receipt :
Received, Sept 30. 1S56. of Ezra D.
Parker twenty dollars for the purposes
of the campaign.
J20 Amos G. Bonsall.
He says the jackass now belongs to
the Democratic ring, and the Boss can
sell, feed or wallop him, as he thinks best.
A miserable boy on Rose Hill. Mass
found a Roman can-'le iu tbe house, on
Mouday, and chalked it perfectly white
succeeded in paljaing it off on his aged
grandmother as a genuine tallow candle.
When that excellent lady came to light
it, the deception was soon apparent, but
bv retaining her presence of mind she
fell over two chairs without seriously
boning herself. The anthor of tbe mis
tbief now sits down.witb a crutch.
Garrett Davis, of Kectacky. is dead.
California expects soon to become a
great coffee growing country. .
The whole of southwestern Kansas is
being marked out with hedge rows.
Savannah, Ga., hat a young and good
The Laplanders claim a high order of
morality because no Lapland wife was
ever known to elopo.
Three drunken men fell from upper
story windows iu New York on Sunday
night a week, 'and all-are dead.
A late Lieutenant in the Prussian
army has come to Utah with two daugh
tera of a German banker.
The Empress Josephine high-back
combs of the last century are coming
into fashion again.
According to the eastern proverb life
is composed of two parts, that which is
past, a dream, and that which is to coma
It costs fifty dol'ars gold to send by
telegraph a message of twenty words
from Loudon' Eug., to Queensland, Au
lion. Charles O'Conor, of New York,
has finally accepted the nomination of
the Straight Out Democrats for the Pres
idency. Arizona diamonds are said to be found
o such profusion that people there think
of using them f..r fuel, as cheaper than
the other form of carbon
The Marquis of Bute is afraid to ride
on horseback because a gypsy fortune
teller once predicted that he would be
killed by a horse.
Lady traveler to Hackman at Central
depot. "Are you engaged V Hackmao
'Why, Lord bless you, mtdatn! I've been
married these twenty years.'
A race between a stara wagon and a
trotting horse was witnessed at Rensse
laer Pnik, Troy, the other day, the
former winning the mile ill 2.23
A suffering but sensible Wicousin
horse hobbled to a blacksmiih sliop, of
its own accord, a few days ago, and a
long, rusty nail was found in his hoof
A thrifty young man procured a mir
tage license a few days ago with the
condition that if he failed to get his girl
he was to refund half the fee on retur
ning the document
A negro woman was found dea 1 iu a
fi-ld of corn in Macon county, Ga., re
cently, her body lying upon a large
rattlesnake, whose fangs were fastened
lightly in hr breast.
At Harvard College a quarter of "a
century ago, there was not a specimen
iu the cabinet of natural history ; now
the care of twenty four persons is con
stantly icquired to keep the cabinet in
Years agi it was the custom for all
vessels passing Mount Vernon, on the
Potomac, to toll their bells in honor of
tbe sacred memoues of the place. Du
ring the war it was manifestly irpossi
hie, and since the inauguration of peace
aain tbe custom has been revived.
Cotton once more pro niscs to ba king.
This year the statistics show that we ex
ported only CS9.000 cwt, lees than we
exported in 1SG0. With the great differ
euce between five and slave labor, as
trade revives iu the South, we will soou
regain and pass our old figure'.
Out in Iowa a man took so much
stock in the comet business that he
forgave his enemies, paid his debts, and
made arrangements to die. He is indig
nant now at the comet. He says it cost
him the exact amouut of his indebtedness.
His creditors believe in comets:
The new postal law, that went into
effect July l. among other good things
allows packages of dry goods, and other
merchandise, except liquid drugs, weigh
ing not over twelve ounces, to be mailed
to any part of the Union at the rate of
two cents for each two' ounces or fraction
At Mobile on the 22ud a disturbance
was occasioned at a Republicrn meeting
by the firing of a pistol iu the crowd, by
soma unknown person, causing a general
stampede. Some say the first shot was
fired by a white man, and others say
by a negri. Three persons were woun
ded by pistol shots.
A fight is repotted between the com
mand of General Crook and the Indians
of Date Greek Reservation. General
Crook having found a party of four hun
dred Apaches on the war path attacked
them. They killed one soldier, but our
cavalry killed thirty of their number,
the rem tinder flying to- the mountains.
pursued by two companies of cavalry.
The late Rev. Samuel Browne, whose
ehooting of a German boy in his orchard
at cummingsville.Ohio. some weeks ago,
created such an excitement among the
Germans, and whose death occurred at
Valley Junction, Ind.. last week, has
bequeathed the sura of $150,000 for the
establishment of a university, to bear
bis name, and also the land whereon to
erect a uuiversity building and an en
dowment for professorship.
A young man in an Iowa Cathedral
created quite an excitement recently as
the marriage bans of a youthful couple
were beiug read. He arose .in meeting
and in a bind voice forbade them, giving
his reasons, one of which was that - he
had a prior claim on the young lady,
having built a house for her use as his
wife. He even read love letters in
church to prove it, and so aroused the
friends of the other side that they re
sponded vigorously, and a war of bil
lingsgate ensued which" the clergyman
was unbale to quell, and the solemn
sacrifice which bad begun had to be post
i MiaM mm
WILLI KEN NEELV At the house Of tbe
bride's father, on the 12th inst., by Bev. J.
A. McGilL Mr. J. W. Milliken, and Miss M.
J. Neely, both of Tuscarora township.
CAP-STELE R On the 12th inst., at the
residence of Uriah Guss, by Bev. H. C. Sbin
dle, Mr. James Calhoun, of Turbett township,
and Miss Marv A. Carsteler, of Milford twp.
ORUNINGER HERTZLER On the 16th
inst., by Ihe same, Mr. James JJ. Grooinger
and Miss Mary A. HerUler, both of Tuibeit
REYNOLDS On the 8ih inst., in Earlville,
La Salle county. 111.. Benjamin F. Reynolds,
formerly of this county, aged about 60 years.
LONG WELL -In New Brighton, Pa., Sep
tember 17th, Samuel Grant, son of Samuel
M. and Sue E. Longwell, age l four weeks.
ME3SIMER On the 21st inst., in this bor
ough, Mrs. Mary Messimer, aged about 37
MIFFLINTOWN & PATTERSON MARKETS
PRICES OF BOARD OF COMMERCE.
Reported weekly for tbe Ji'Siata Sentissl
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
terson. Butter ij lb - 20
Eggs. 1 dox 20
Lard, "W lb .'. 8
Country Soap 8
Rags - 3
Wool, washed fiO
Dried Apples 10
" Peaches, pared 20g
" Peaches, un pared 15
" Cherries, pitted , ... 20
' Blackberries 10
" Raspberries lo
Country Hams 12
Sele9 and Shoulders i
Potatoes, ) bus 40
Onions " TO
Ground Alrnn Salt, sack 2 25
Railroad Ties 60
Locust Posts, mortising 32
" for hoard fence.. - 15
SHELLEY STAMBAUGH S PRICES CUR
RENT. Correct ed Weekly.
Cbtstal Palace, Mifflintown,
Sept. 23, 1872. f
Prime Roll Butter, per lb 20
Eggs, per dozen 20
Lard, per lb 09
Tallow, per !b - 8
Dried Apples, per Iti - 00
Macon. Sides sninkeJ, per lb - 00
Shoulder, smoked, -' - 09
Hnm, " " - -.. 13
Washed Wool 60
D. K. SCLul'rTS PRICES CURRENT.
White '.'.heat, bus - $' f0
Red " " 1 40
Oats - 32
Clorerseed 4 50
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, V ton $5 60
Nut " " - 4 50
Pea " " - 3 10
lliiuminous" - 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4, -p 1000 ft $35 00
5-8, 25 00
8-4, ' 0(ilo40 00
4. o-4, " 25 00to40 00
Hemlock Frame, " 20 00
Hoards. " 20 00
Whitopiue worked Flooring 35 00
" Germaii Siding 35 0)
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sasb, 8x10. "fl window. 05
" 10il2, " 80
" ltlslf, " 90
BOOTS & SHOES,
HATS AND CArS,
WOOD & WILLOW WARE
FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE OIL CLOTHS, &C., &C.
If you want to see an entire new
stock of Goods at Low Prices, call at
HEW CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDLM,
SHELLEY & STAMBAUtiH.
Not. 20, 1871.
D. K. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. P. Sulouff,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Hirxriest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber, Coal, &c Sold at the
tinting iiVBiB -v iwB..
Grain. Lumber, Coal, to., cheaper than any
IT - 1. . r nil. An w a asm t
oioer parties, ne ueij compel
t&You ean make money by calling on ui
before selling or buying elsewhere.
GRAIH WILL SB BCIIVED ia STOVC TO B
SOLD BY THE 1ST Of J ONE, 1872.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1872,
gjrn Goods, (SrowifiS, QtmnsroatT, fa.
STILL AT THE FRONT.
First in the Field ivith our New Goods for the
SPRING TIwLAJDE. .
ALL THE NOVELTIES OF TUE SEASOxV
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S.
DOLLY VARDEN THE GREAT RAGE
in Woolen and Cotten Materials.
Alexis Cloths, Japanese Stripe,
The Popular Goods, in Ker and Choice Styles.
Maripose Pekas, Figured and Stripes,
' The Handsomest and Cheapest.
Yosemite Marseilles, Stripes,
In Beautiful Designs.
BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, ALPACCAS,
And a host of other things which must be seen to be appreciated.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any and everything at prices which defy competition.
One of the best in the county, embracing all the New and Rest Ftvles
for the Spring and Summer Trad,
same exclusively for cur trade at
: pair warranted
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and (Jucensware Department we have secured
one of the finest rooms ia the ciunty in
Just opened one of the largest
brought to the county, all if wh cli are
our numerous friends and customers. For
WE SOLICIT A FULL SHARE OF PUBLIC PATRONAGE.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
May 1. 1872-ly
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
la the place where you can buy
Tlio lx;t iiikI tlio Clieapcst
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS, SH023, AND FURNISHING GOODS.
AVE ars prepared to exhibit one of lh most choice and select Stocks ever offered ia this
marktt, anl at ASTOX1SUIXG LOW PRICKS!
Also, ma?nres taken for Suits and parts of Suits, which will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Romrmbpr the iiI.icp, in the Nevin Building, two dojrs west of the Keystone
Store. BRIDGE .STREET, MIFFLINTOWN,
DR. P. C. RUNDIO.
rSIGX&Sf &MB SB1F06XSX.
DEALER IN EVERYTHING THAT CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
The public attention ia also invited to his krge assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to their advantage to
call, as they will find the largest stock
A.U iiAVU 1UIK ii IvblUIlT iiJ-.b
With an mmeuse stock of NOTIONS
and old, at the
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkcFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
For tbe cure of weak stixrsacb, general de
bility, indigestion, disease of tne nervous
system, constipation, acidiiy of tbe stomach,
and all cases requiring a tonic.
The wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient S ilt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of
Magnetic Oxide, combined with the most en
ergetic of vegetable tonics Yellow Peruvian
The effect in many cases of debility, loss
of appetite, and general prosiratim, of an
efficient salt of Iron, combined with our val
uable Nerve, is most happy. It augments
the appetite, raises tbe pulse, takes otf mus
cular flahbiness, removes the pallor of de
bility, and gives a florid vigor to tbe counte
nance. Do you want something to strengthen you?
Do you want a good appetite ?
Do you want to build up your constitution ?
Do you want to feel well ?
Do you want to get rid of nervousness ?
Do you want energy !
Do you want to sleep well?
Do you want brisk and vigerous feelings ?
If yon do, try Kunkel's Wine of Iron.
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes ot tbe community
that it is tifw deemed indispensable as a
Tonic medicine. It cos's hut Utile, purifies
the blood and gives tone to tbe stomach, inno
vates the system and prolongs life. . .
I now. oalv ask a trial of this valuable
Price $1 per bottle. E. F. Ennkel, Sole
proprietor, 259 North Ninth street, below
Ask for Kunkel's Bitter Wine of Iron and
take no other. If your Druggist has it not,
send $1 to my address, and tbe medieiwe,
with advice free, will come by next express
train. Feb28, 72-6m
Piles instantly relieved and Soon cured by
uaing Dr. Brigg's Pile Remedies. They re
duce inSamaiisn, soothe the irritated parts
tnd bare proven a bleswiug." to tbs' afflicted,
whether internal, esternal, bleeding or itch
ing piles. All kinds in all stages must yield
to the wonderful influence of these aever
failing remedies. Sold by Druggists.
for Ladies, Slices and Children the
prices to suit all purchasers, livery
the Old Fellows' Hall.
and best stocks of Goods ever
kindly submitted to tiie inspection of all
quality and prices we defy competition
PA. may 8, 1872-lf
in the ennntv to seh-ct from. COME
lDKl U. Also, a Splendid assortment of
FOR THE LADIES,
Qy- Something for everybody young
PATTERS OX DRUG STORE.
A. IL FRANCISCUS & CO.,
niit Slarket Sii-oot,
We have opened for the FALL TRADE,
the largest and best assorted Stock of
Table, Si nir and Floor Oil Cloths, M in.
dow Shades and Paper", I'Krpet
Chain Cotton, Yarn, Batting,
vaildins, Twines, Micks,
Clocks, Looking (.lasses,
Fancy Uaski ls, Itrooms
Woodca and Willow Ware,
15 THS UNITED STATES.
Our large increase in business enables ns
to sell at low prices and furnish tbs best
quality of Goods.
SOLE AGENTS FOX TUK
CELEBRATED AMERICAN IASER,
TDK MOST PKRI KCT AND SUCCESSFUL
WaSUF.R tVER MADE.
AGKXTX WASTED FOR Tflk A3IERI
CAX WAfJEB in all fart, of the State.
NOTIC"? is herehy gien that Christopher
G. Engler, of Walker township. Juniata
counly. Pa., and Catharine, his wife, have
assigned all tbe estate, real and personal, of
sard Christopher G. Engler, to amuel Leo
nard, of Fayette township said county, in
trust for tbe benefit of the ereditois ef said
Christopher G. Engler. AH persons, there
fore, indebted to tbe said Christopher G. En
g'er will laake payment to tbe "aid Assignee,
and those having claims or demands Will
make known the same without de'ay.
Assignee of Christopher G. Engler.
June 12, 1 872-6 1
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly
euted at this Office.
Handbills for public sales printed on
abort notice al (lie Sehtixil Orriei.
g Cucnmbsr cod Pump.
Tasicle-s, Durable. Efficient,
and Cheap. The best Pump
for the least money. Atten
tion is especially invited lo
Itlaichier Patent Improved
Bracket ami New Drop Check
Valve, which ean be with
diawn without removing the
pump or disturbing tbe joints.
Also, the Copper Chamber.
which never crack or scales, and will outlast .
any other. For ale by dealers everywhere.
Send for CutsTo'gtte and Price-List.
Citas. G. l-LATcitiT, Manufact'r,
COG Commerce St., Pallida., Pa.
Pfiiinsyliania Military Academy,
At Chaste, Delaware County, Pa. (For resi
dent Cadets c'n'y.) The eleventh annual -aion
commences Wednesday. Sept. 4. Thr
ough instruction' iu Civil Engineering. i.S
Malbemalic.il and Natural Sciences. 1
Classics and English is imparled by Wes
Point graduates and oilier competent pro
fessors. Circulars may he obtained of
Col THEO. HYATT, Preel. P. M. A.
EATON FEMALE INSTITUTE,
On Philuda & Bait. Central R R.. Kenaett
Square, Chester Co.. Pa., offers all the in
ducements that constitute a home in connec
tion with a thorough English Education, at
$i 18 ptr school year. Xo ei'ras except for
instruction in Wax. Music, Latin, French,
German, Painting and Drawing. Eastern
teachers, graduates of our bet New England
schools, have been rmp!oved fur several
years. Inquire or EVANY SWAYSE or
SALLIE W. SWAYSE, Principals.
0RDEIT0 tVl (I. J.) FEU HE COLLECT). -
thorough instruction. Healthful and
beautiful location. On; of the most careful
ly conducted and best sustained institution
in the Statj. For terms, eic, address Kev.
John ii. duakeley. rh.i.
AT LOW RATES ! !
Far $79 r Inch per flonth, we will
insert nu adveriiscuieu'. in 129 First-Class'
Papers in lVnnsv!v.ni. I ii sen on an-plu-mion
t . CEO r. R0WELL CO , id.
verthiDg Igeuts, 41 Park Bow, S
"CAMPAIGN GOOES FOR 1872.
Aeents warned f r our I'mtip iitn.eonls. Sell
at Sight, ray 109 per tent, profit- Now
is the ume. tend at ouce tor Descriptive
Circulars acd Price Lists of our Fine Sleel
Engravings of a'.lJlie Candidates. Campaign
Biographies, Charts, Photographs, Badges,
Pins, Flags and evirythin suited to the
limes. Ten Dollnrs per day easily mnde.
Full samples sent fur $ J. Address Mo?uk St
Gooiispttu, 37 Paik Row, New York.
AaiiSTs Wanted for rhamberlln'i treat
Campaign Book, I he
STRUGGLE OF '72 ;
A Xovelty in Political ani Popular l.iteralurr:
Geapuic History of the P.cpulilican and1.
Democratic Tarties ; a r.icy s'eich of the so
called Liberal Republican Party ; an iaatVe
eiVif of the Cincinnati (Ninventiun. The mi
nor tickets or irfe thiu$ of the campaign.
The finest Illustrated Rook Published. A
Book wanted bv ever American citizen. To
secure territory al once, send $1 for outfit.
UNION PUBLISHING ViK. Oiicago, IU.,
Phia , Pa., or Springfield. Mass.
Of all kind's.
Flit K WORKS. FLAGS, LANTERTS,
TOUCH tS. BADGfc.",CilFOKYlS,
&c. &e., Ate.
JOSEPH B. Pl'RDY,
32 and 3i Maiden l.nne.
Established 1813. NEW YORK.
K I 1SVi-:1 1 rarMTiK
A SURE CURE for tlis distressing com
plaint is now made known in a Treatise (of
it" octavo pages) on Foi-irign and Nmfire Ver
bal Preparations, published by Dr O. Pucli-s
Ukown. The prescription was discovered by
him in such a privideuf al manner that he
cannot conscientiously refuse lo make it
known, as it has cured everybody who has
used it for Fits, never having" failed in a sin
gle case The ingredients may b? obtained
from any dri.ggist. A copy sent f:ee lo all
afpplican's by mail. Address Dr. (. Phelps
Brows. 21 Grand St., Jersey City, N J.
EICHLER'S RECIPES FOR LIQUORS
Contain the latest' improved insrructious fir
mixing Brandies. Vibi-keys. Rums, Gins,
Bitters, Fancy CorJia'T', Fruit Syrups. Bay
Rum, Ac, Sc. No one in the liquor business"
can afford to do without tbrm. A't lorihem
and examine them at the hook lores. De
livered by mail, on receipt of 5J. by An nus
bach & Miller. N. W. cor. "d and CalliiwhilV
Sis ,' Philadelphia, Ta. Index and sample
sheets sent free.
rtolhlng like It in medicine. A luxury to
tbe paiaie. a painless eracuaut a gentle stirrt'
ulanl to the cir-ti'.ation, a perspiratory prep
aration, an ami-bilious medicine .stomach
ic, a diuretic and an admirable p-eneral alter
ative. Such are the acknowledged and daily
proven properties of Tahimnts Errsaves
cest Seltzer Ari r.irsT.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE.
Is the cnHiiei and hji article in themir
ket for Blaring Clothes. The genuine h is
both Bfirlow's and HitibergT's name on tue
label, and M prrt rrp :--t Wiltherger's Dru-r
Store-, ffo. 2SS North S-eond S"t.. PSimriul"
phia. D. 8. WILTBEROEIf. Proprietor.
For sale by Drujrgists and flrocers.
ft I finn It .WARD
VI 1 1 llll Forl,DT cae of ::i;nd. ISleed
1 I 1 1 1 II I in r. Itching or Ulcenited
VI)W"W Piles ihst Dr linua Pil
Remedy fails to cure. Ii is prepsred express
ly to cure ibe Piles, and nothing1 eftfe.' Sold
by all Druggists. Price, $i.tjij.
AGENTS WANTED. Agents make mare
monry at work for us than at anything
else. Business light and permanent. Par
ticulars free. G. Stinson & Co., Pine Art
PublUheri, Portland, Maine.
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GUYER & CO.
Have opened Lumber Y ird in the bor
ough of Patterson, and are prepared to fur--nish
all kinds of Lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding
Paling, Shiigbs, Lata, Sisi, Lz.,
in large or imft'.l quantities, to suit eus
tomefa. 3" Persons wanting Lumber by tbs ear
load can be supplied at reduced rates.
BEYER, GCYER k CO.
Georte Goshen, Agent.
PaUarson, May lo. '72-tf
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware, Crockery waie. Cedar
ware, tc, for sale cheap by
TILTEN k ESPENSCHADE'S.