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Wednesday Morning, Jaa. 22fl373.
B. F. SCIIWEIER,
GEO. P. HOWELL & CO, 40 Park Row, New York
S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., 37 Park Row, N. Y,
Are our tale agents in that city, hnd are au
thorixed to contract, for advertising at oar
lowest rates. Advertiser in Hint city are te-
quested to leave their favors with eitlicr of
lh above bouses.
Th Turkish Government, ha brought
nit against iiti London Tmt for libel
Fdwarii Ucmvrr Lyto.v, the well,
knr.wn author, died in England on the
afternoon of the ISth inst , aged C7 years.
Tnnr.E is a judicial cmteateii election
cafe in the Seventh Judicial I'istiict,
composed of the counties of Bucks and
Accoiujig to a recent act passed by
Conpre?s it is not lawful for a mm to
hold a United States office and a State
office at cne and the same time.
GuNKitAi. IIartranft was inangnra
ted Govrrnc r yeFterday. The military
and civic processions were large and im-pm-iiiij.
The city was full of people
that had come to witness the ceremonies.
Tiir Credit Mobiler is (somewhat be
vond comprehension to the uninitiated
just now. The conntry awaits with in
tense interest the report of the investiga
Congressional investigating committees
' are Ilepuldican rtfirm rorasnrcs. When
the I'emocraey were in power they scout-
e.l u,e idea ot investigation. lib tl.em
the -King could dojio wrong."
A Catholic Priest, of Fort Wayne,
Indiana, has received a present from the
late Kmpercr Napoleon of a magnificent
gold aud silver chalice for the cathedral
of that city. An autograph letter ac
companied the gift.
Nfar Muscatine. Iowa, on Monday a
week, a ele:gh filled with ladies and gen
tlemen ran off a side bridge and were
precipitated fifteen feet to the ice below.
Miss Binfe was instantly killed; M.
Thompson and B. Katz were seriously
injured, and several others of the party
wore seven ly brnisnd.
TllFREare six Legislative contested
election c ises in the Lower House of the j
Legislature at Harrisburg. They will
cost the State at least $60,000 This is
paying quite too much for . fraudulent
work at elections. The election laws
need to be amended, so as to prevent the
ballot box frauds that are yearly prac
Louis Napii.eon was buried Lst
Wednesday. On returning from the fu
neral the son of the dead man was
!. cored. "Long live the Emperor," was
the cry. The sou made a noble reply.
He said in response, "The Emperor is
dead. Long live France." If the an
swer, was not put into his mouth if it
was original with him it indicates a
ready and discriminating mind. If France
cauuot piescrvo a Republican form of
government, she most likely will find
power, wisdom aud sagacity sufficiently
concentrated in the Prince, who said
The Emperor ia dead. Long live
France," to make her an able and pow
A Speci at. despatch from St. Paul,
Minn., on the 14th iust , says tLe reports
of yesterday increase the number of
deaths by the late storm In the vicin
ity of Lake Ilinshy, thirteen dead bodies
were found near Beaver Falls ; six chit
dren were frozen to death while on their
way to school. Seven more bodies have
been found at Fergus Falls. It is esti
mated that fifty people have perished
withiu a radius of twenty-five miles.
Among the most terrible incideuts is that
of a man who went for a doctor to attend
liis wife, and was frozen to death on his
way home. Next day when the doctor
reached the house he found the woman
had given birth to a child, and both
were frozen to death.
O.N the 1 1th inst, Hooper, Iteese, &
Co. Baltimore bankers, were swindled
out of S45 00, by the payment of a bogus
draft for that amount, purporting to be
drawn by Gibson, Casanova & Co., bank
era of New York, payable to the order
of K. S. Knox.
J lie Baltimore turn had .received a
telegram the same day, bearing the name
of the New York firm, advising, of the
draft and stating the amount, and the
drift was paid on presentation.
The fraud was successful owing to the
fact that the same parly Lad, a short
lime previous, presented two genuine
drafts front the same firm in New York,
each of which they advised the Balti
more firm by telegraph.
Kuox is described as of gentlemanly
appearance, 3d to 40 years old, English
with side whiskers.
The St. Paul Pioneer says that the
dim.ige to crops and finit trees and loss
f stock by reason of the late cold snap
will amount to millions in the State.
THE LOCAL 0PTI05 LAW.
An act to permit the voters of the com
monwealth to vote every three years
on the question of granting license to
sell intoxicating liquors
Section 1. " Be it enacted, de , That
on the third Friday in March, 1S73, in
every city and county in this common
wealth, nud at the annual municipal elec
tions every third year thereafter, in eve
ry eucb city and county, it shall be the
duty of iho inspectors and judges o(
elections iu the cities and counties to re
ceive tickets, either written or printed,
fiom tLe legal voters of said cities and
ccomiea, labelled on the outside 'license'
and ju the inside 'for license' or 'against
license,' and to deposit said tickets in a
box provided for that purpose by said
inspector aud judges as it is required by
law in the case of other ' tickets received
at such election ; and the tickets so re
ceived chall be counted, and a return of
the same made to the clerk of the court
of quarter sessions of the peace of the
proper county, duly certified as it is re
quired by law which certificate shall be
laid before the judges of the said court
at the first meeting of said court after
said election shall be held, and shall be
filed with the other records of said court;
and it elmll be the duty of mayors of
cities, and the eherills of counties, or
any other officer, whose duty it may be
to perform such service, to give due pub
lic notice of such special election above
provided for, three weeks previous to
the time of the samo, and also three
weeks before such election every third
year thereafter, Provided, That the act j
shall not be construed to repeal or effect
any special law prohibiting the sale of
intoxicating liquors, or prohibiting the
granting of licenses, Provided, That
when the municipal and township elee
tions in any county or city do not occur
on the third Friday in March, the elec
tion provided for in this seeii.m al.ail fco
held on the day fixed for the municipal
elections in said county; And provided
further, That nil licenses granted after
the first day of January, ono thousand
eight hundred and seventy three, shall
c a3e, determine and become voidon the
first day of April, ono thousand eight
kulljred aml evenly three, if the dis
trict for vhirh they eW1 be granted de.
u,rfn;Qe ngaingt te grantins of liceng)
and the treasurer of the proper county
hhall then refund to the holder of such
license the moneys so paid therefor, for
which the said treasurers shall be enti
tled to credit in their accounts with the
Src. 2. That in receivinga'vd counting
and in making returns of the votes cast,
the inspectors and judges cud clerks of
said election eh all be governed by the
laws of this commonwealth regulating
general elections ; and all the penalties
of said election laws are hereby extcn-
, ded to, and shall apply to the voters, in
jspectors, judges and clerks, voting at
and in attendance upon the elections held
under the provisions of this act.
Sec. 3. Whenever, by tho returns of
elections in any city or county aforesaid,
it shall appear that there is a majority
against license, it shall not be lawful for
any couit or board of license commis-
eioners to issue any license for the sale
of spirituous, vinous, nialt or any other
intoxicatiug liquors, or any admixture
! thereof in said ciiy or county, at any
time thereafter, until an election as above
provided a majority ehall vote in favor
of liceusc ; Provided, That nothing con
tained iu the provisions to this act shall
prevent the issuing of license to drug
gists for the sale of liquor for medical
and manufacturing purposes; Provided,
The citizens, of the borough of Lebanon
ehall vote upon the question on the third
Friday of March, one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-three, on the same
day and time when the townships of the
county of Lebanon hold their spring
Af proved The twenty-seventh day
of March, Anno Domino, one thousand
tight hundred and seventy-two.
The Western express train, which left
Fast Penn Junction at half past seven
on Friday inorging the 17th, narrowly
escaped what might have been a terrible
accident. When the train came near a
place called Dubbs' Mill, near Allentown
Pa., it was stopped by the trackmen,
aud it was discovered that the track for
twenty five feet was sunken by the rain
which fell during the night. The train
passed safely over, and had scarcely got
out out of sight when the ground sud
denly sunk to the depth of fifteen feet,
carrying with it the track and "men
Two of them had their legs broken and
were otherwise badly injured. Travel is
not del ayed, as the passenger trains run
to each side of the wash and change j
cars. The break will be repaired At i
A Norwich gentle man of broad social
views wrote a notice to the'handmaid
who wrestles with his crockery, inviting
her to take a sleigh ride with him.
Unfortunately, the clave was unable to
read, and brought the note to the wife of
his bosom to decipher. Wretched aud
heart sick, the miserable woman waited
in agonizing suspense till her husband's
return, and the family physician says he
didn't consider it possible for a delicate
female to do bo much damage.
A despatch from St. Louis, under date
of the 15th says : A few days ago John
Farley, his wife and two children were
approaching the bridge over the Maramec
river, in Jefferson county, in a wagon,
when the team became nnmanageable
and dashed down the river bank and out
upon the ice which gave way. Mr.
Farley and the children were diowned,
as were also iLe horses-
Extensive Fire at Greenville.
A despatch from Greenville, Fa , dated
Jan. 16 th, 1 o'clock a.m. says : An ex
tensive fire is now raging here. It com
menced in the St. Charles Hotel, in the
heart of the village, and several large
buildings and mills are already destroyed.
At midnight a general alarm was given,
and Meadville sent one of her fire com
panies by special train. The fire is in
creasing. A later despatch from Greetr
ville says : About thirty buildings have
been burned down, and the fl.uncs are
The fire at Greenville, Pa , was et
tinguished late ou Friday uight by tear
ing down buildings in the course of the
conflagration. The fallowing are the
losses : St. Charles Hotel, S7000 ; S. C
Dickey. $(5500 ; Brainard heirs, $5 000 ;
John B. Hull, $4000 ; Tillotson Brothers
$10,000 ; II. Keck, $7000 : T. J. Brun
dage, SC000'; J. II. Decker, $G500. The
other losses range in sums from one to
four thousand dollars. About ten acres
of ground were burnod 'over, and the
buildings destroyed were chiefly wooden
The origin of the fire is not known. The
total loss amounts to $90,000 ; to insu
rance companies $40 000, chiefly by the
IVnn aud National, of Philadelphia ;
Wyoming, of Wilksbarre ; German
American, of New York ; ..Etna ; North
American, of Franklin ; State Fire, of
Missouri ; Brewers', of Milwaukee ; Wi!-
liamsportFire ; Germauia, of New York;
Andes ; Farmers', of New York ; Union
Mutual, of Philadelphia.
A DAHI.NG robbery was perpetrated ou
the 15th, on the Mechanics Bank of Lan
caster. Between, twelve aud one o'clock
two men engaged the cachier's atteution
who was alone iu the bank, by selling
seventy five dollars in gold and silver,
the latter being in small pieces.
One of the men had on screeching
boots, and walked continually whilo his
confederate and the cashier were couut
iug the money. Pending the negotiation
a third party entered the bauk by a rear
window and entered the vault which was
open, and abstracted convertible bonds
to the amount of over six thousand dol
lars, and other registered and judgment
bonds amounting to over forty thousand
The thieves four in number, were seen
about the bauk during the forenoon, and
the men who entered from the rear were
seen by women in the restaurant under
the bank, but were, of course, not sus
pected. The parties who sold the specie
were well dressed, one being about five
feet five inches high, florid complexion
and dark mustache, and weighs probably
about one hundred and forty pounds.
The other was fix feet in height and
sparsely built. No clue to their where
abouts has been obtained.
In the town of Wheatland, Mercer co.,
according to the Sharon Times, there is
a child which strikingly resembles the
sea lion, exhibited ia Barnum's shew
last summer. The Times explains the
matter by say mg that a young manied
woman of Wheatland who, as Dickens
would say, was in "an interesting con
dition," visited Barnum's show while
it was in Sharon, iu June. She was at
tracted to tho cage in which the sea lions
were kept, and for some reason become
fasciuated with those monsters, which
kept her chained to the spot. She made
several attempts to withdraw, but for a
long time could not succeed, some irre
sistible influence having retained her to
the place. At the time this was not
thought rematkablc, as the rarity of the
animals, their peculiar shape, habits aud
everything contributed to make the thing
The trouble and loss of time watering
cattle en route to market besides prob
ably, much suffering to the animals is
said to be saved by an ingenious device
recently patented iu England, whereby
they can drink while in the cars prob
ably the best "watering of stock" yet
devised. This apparatus is located at
stations, so that cattle and horses may
drink while the tender is taking water.
A large galvanized iron trough is slung
on a pivoted frame, arranged close to the
track opposite where each cattle-car is
stopped. When the device is not in use
the frame is turned vertically, to bring
the trough np and away- from the car ;
but when needed, the trough, filled with
water from a pipe or pump, is let down
close to an opening made longitudinally
in the side of the car, and through which
the cattle thrust their heads to drink.
Mrs. Lydia Sherman familiarly known
to the horror-loving public as the "Con
necticut Borgia," is said" to have made a
fall confession of her crimes, which is
soon to be published. It is reported that
she "confesses to having poisoned six per
sons, but denies that she caused the
death of Ler jecond husband, Mr. Hurl-
burt. The New Haven Journal and
Cornier says, Mrs SLerman expresses
great relief at having "rolled a buaden
from her soul,'' feels deep contrition for
bcr past misdeeds, admits she ought to
be punished, and hopes she will be able
to do good for the rest of her life.
The accommodation train on the Little
Miami railroad on Friday morning the
17th, jumped the track when about two
miles from Columbus, Ohio. Two cars
containing passengers rolled over twice,
throwing the passengers about promiscu
ously and compelling them to make their
exist through the windows. No one
was very seriously hurt. . Among those
who were bruised are Secretary of Slate
Wickoff, State Representatives Haider
man, Shank and Oven, and Senator J.
B. Smith and lady. A defective rail was
the cause of the accident.
War is believed to be imminent be
tween Japan and Core a. -'So
dark and yet so light,' as the man
! said when he looked at his ton of coal.
There are 3009 whites in the Sand
wich Islands, the majority of them Amer
icans. A child in Muscatine, Iowa, was poi
soned by chewing a piece of green paste
board. Somers, a little Connecticut town, has
eleven couples ready tor their golden
A strip of land in Boston, six inches
wide and ono hundred-and thirty feet
long, was sold for $845 lately.
The Queen; of Denmark wins the
hearts of her people by driving about in
a haronche and wearing a thirteen-cent
Sophie Barney took a premium at a
Montgomery (Ala.) fair as "the young
woman who would make tho best wife
for a poor man."
Mrs. Mary Snyder resides in Leesbnrg
Pa- There is mothing very remarkable
about this lady beyond the fact that she
is 103 years old. ,
San Francisco issued 1996 marriage
licenses last year. In the cases of 742,
the parties changed their miuds instead
of their conditions, and remained single
Samuel II. Richards, of Columbia Pa.
on the 14th inst., was ran over by the
cars at Rohrerstown, and had both legs
cut off. l:e died shortly after the acci
dent. Fuel continues very scarce in Nevada
and wood is selling at twenty dollars per
cord. Mining companies are only mak
ing steam enough to keep the pumps
moving and the mines dry.
The planing mill of Trimble. Mr.Tn
tyre Sc Co , iu Allegheny county. Pa.,
together with five dwelling houses, were
entirely destroyed by fire on the 14th
inst. Loss 16,000, with but small in
surance. Gsrge W. Williams, whose trial was
pending on the 14 in the United States
District Court at Boston, for robbing the
mails, escaped from the ante-room of the
court house, and his whereabouts is un
known. The Memphis Appeal tells of an Irish
man who got laughed at for making faces
over some persimmons, and who retorted
thus : "Ye may grin, ye mutton-headed
idiots ; but I can lather the sowl out of
the man that spilt vinegar on thim
Tho boot and shoe store in East Manch
C'liuuk, Ta , owned by Mr Henry Tuck
er, was totally destroyed by fire "on the
night of the 14th iust. supposed incen
diary. The amount of loss is not
known. There was an insurance of
$1400, which does not cover it.
The Newtou'(Md ) Record says a lit
tle negro boy, about 7 years old, living
near Newton, was sent by his kind (?)
father for a switch with which to whip
the child. Its prolonged absence was so
long unnoticed that when found he was
silting beside a barn, frozen to death.
The typhoid fever is so 'bad among the
prisoners in the county jail at San Fran
cisco that the sheriff asks authority to
take away one hundred of the inmates
convicted of minor offenses, for the pnr
pose of relieving the overcrowded condi
tion of the prison, and thus check the
ravages of the disease.
On tho 16th inst near Wells village
Me., a construction train, in backing
down, ran against a stick of timber, and
the first car, containing, a gang of labor
crs, was thrown off the track against the
rocks and broken in two. Twenty or
thirty men are reported more or less in
jured. Another of the astonis hing yrong fe
male farmers is a curly-haired blonde, in
Pittsfield, Mass. She manages a farm,
plants and digs potatoes, hoes corn, can
8 wing a scythe, and is great at driving
horses ; she feeds the 6tock, does the
dairy work, and draws the wood in the
A German resident of Davenport, after
several years' experiment, has succeeded
in manufacturing sugar from cern, which
is said to grade with the "coffee A," and
can be made at a cost of four cents a
pound. A company, with $20,000 capi
tal, is being formed at Davenport to es
tablish a factory at that place.
George Wilcox, a young man of Yan
kcibusb. Warren county, while hewing
timber, about a month ago, was etrnck in
the forehead by an axe glancing from the
hands of scorer, the edge cutting through
the skull. He was confined to his room
a few days, when he commenced work
again, but on going into the cold air, he
took cold in the wound, and lingered a
short time and died.
. Dr. Hepburn, a well-known American
Japanese scholar, recently obtained per
mission to present the Mikado with a
Bible. Dr. Hepburn took the volume
to Japan thirteen years age, since which
time ho has been waiting for an opportu
nity to give it to the Mikado but only suc
ceeded in doing so lately, The presen
tation took place through the interven
tion of Minister De Long.
A newspaper of Iowa City give3 rath
er a discouraging .account of what the
farmers in those "diggings" are doing, or
rather not doing, Here are the prices
current : A pair of winter boots costs
two leads of potatoes ; a night's lodging,
a load of oats ; the wife wears five acres
of wheat ; the children each ten acres of
com ; the price of an overcoat is a good
four-year old steer : of a Sunday suit,
twenty fat hogs.
Newfoundland's best codfish customer
is Brazil. Portugal ranks next best.
Cows are bringing about $20 at auc
tions in various parts of Bradford county.
Maine has nineteen large Tanneries
which annually turn out about 20,000
tons of leather.
Mr. Harvey was the first man to dis
cover that the blood circulated, and it
occurred 250 years ago.
A man in Rome, N. Y., recently sued
his wife for $S0 he had entrusted to her
care before marriage. ' '
A marriage took place recently at Win
sted, Conn., betweeu a happy couple who
had been courting for sixty years.
It is said that some of tho proprietors
of the large New York hotels are about
te dress all the servants,' porters &c., in
a regular uniform.
The hide of the deceased elephant
Romeo has been tanned. ' It contains
212 square feet of leather, about three
quarters of an inch thick
Some Yankee blacksmith has introdu
ced setting hcul corks lengthwise in the
front shoe3 of horses as a simple preven
tive of their slipping sidewiso.
Albert T. Piper, aged 16, was sen
tenced on the 14th inst , at Manchester,
N. Y , to ten years imprisonment for
burning a woolen mill at Peteiboro.
Mies Upton was consumed in the flames.
At Pekin, China, a barber will cut
your liair, shampoon you, cut your
nails, wash your feet and brush your
clothes, all for a cent. But you must
make your cent before you go to Pekin.
An Iowa country squire concludes
the .marital knot ceremony thusly :
'Them that tho court hath joined togeth
er let no man bust asunder ; but sufft-r
little children to come unto them ; so
help you God.
A Davenport man with three marri
ageable daughters, has posted the f.dlow
ing notice under his bell-pull ; "Wood,
$6 a cord ; coal, 30 cents a bushel ; gas
dear and bad. Parties staying after nine
o'clock will please settle quarterly "
A little colored boy was found wander
ing about in New York lately who sta
ted that he had been kidnapped from Br-
badoes in the West Indies, and taken to
St. John's X. B , from whence, a few
days ago, ho was placed oa tho cars and
sent on to New Y'ork
Mr. ShtTmm's bill, providing for free
banking, to take effect from Jnly next
and the resumption of specie payment in
January next, meets with considerable
favor in both Houses of Congress. It is
regarded as the only feasible modo of
reaching specie payments.
We live very f.i-t in these d iys, but
are very apt to look only for tin; main
chance. The wife" of a roofer being ask
ed if she was not afraid to have her hm-
hand exposed to such dang-r trustfully
replied, Ob, he's insured !" We should
always take matters, coolly, and never
lose our equanimity.
Measures are pending at Washington
seeking to secure an international co n
age of silver, for the immediate use of
nations in America and Europe, now em
Dracing a population u more than one
hundred and sixty millions, and for the
eventual nse of all the civilized coun
tries of the. world.
A New York lady opened a letter ad
dressed to her husband the other day.
and read, among other soft words, these
"Darling John Come to me again soon
I can t bear to think you are at home
with that old rip of a wife of yours."
When John came home that eveuing he
found a domestic polar wave iu his man
sion that chilled the very beef marrow on
The Geness eo Republican of the 3d
says ; "We have recently examined a
sample of sugar by Mr. Giles Porter,
made from corn, which promises to come
into general nse. The sample shown ne
was a lump of unrefined light colored su
gar wijh a pleasant flavor differing some
what from our ordinary kinds, possessing
a larger per cent of alcohol, and on t,he
whole a really excellent article of sweet
A reeent writer believes there are on
ly three things needed to bring about the
millenium. First, a motive power to do
all the work of steam, but . require no
fuel . second, serial navigation, by which
geographical and political boundaries will
be obliterated, and the whole world be
come one nation ; and third, chemical
food, to be made in the laboratory with
out either animal or vegetable substances
aud produced so cheaply that waut will
be unheard of .
" Trial List February Term, 1873.
1. Tbe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for
ute of Levi Hecbt ts. John Dietrick et aL
2. Samuel Murphy ts. Daniel Coffiaan.
3. Jacob Drolesbauich ts. John Peck.
4. R. W. Jamison fa. John L. Rcers.
6. L. N. Holmes and wife . Henry Shel
lenberger and wife.
6. George Diem ts. Abraham Kauffmin.
7. Laird & Bell ts. James Burns.
8. D. K. Sulouff ts. Frow & Parker.
9. T. Yan Irwin ts. Abraham Sieber.
10. Mary A. Tyson ts. Joseph Blanchard.
11. T. Van Irwin ts. John Sherlock.
12. John Patterson ts. J. P. Hefflefinger.
13. Win. P. Walters ts. Daniel K, Warner.
14. Cyrui Morrison ts. P. R. It. Co.
1-5. Jjeeph Rothrook, Ex'r of R. C. Calls
her, dee'd, ts. John Wright et at.
1G. Jacob King ts. Stephen Winters.
IRVIX D. WALLIS, WotVy.
Protbonotary's OlGce, Mifflin-
town, Jan. 10, 1873.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fishing, or in any way tres
passing on the lands of the undersigned, in
Milford township. All persons so offending
will be dealt with to tbe full extent of the
law. p. H. HAWN.
Deo. 4, 1872-r
. THE FRAXCISCUS
Main Street, Opposite Court Yard,
Are offering Large Indnccracnts to
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS, , -....
. Tliej bare oa hand the largest stock of
IRON. HORSE SIIOKS,
Hails, Paints, Leather,
In tlie central part of the Sialo.
Thfjr sro aelling
Bar Iron at 5c f) lb.
Horse Shoes at S7.2J "3 keg.
Hest Norway Naii Rods at 9c 'j) lb.
14 inch Ilore R ips at S5c each.
They are soiling
1J Uickory Felloes at St .r0 lb ef.
1J Hickory Spokes at S2 00 set.
No. 1 Gum Hubs at 00j p set.
No. 1 Hemlock Solo Leather at 31c Ri.
No. 1 Best Oak Leather at 40c p lb.
In order to close out tbeir imr.wt itoek
they wili sell them at COST. -Ja
Give them a call before pur
" Franrisnis Hardware Co.
Main Street, ftifflintowii.'
Dec. 11, 1872-tf
New Store and New Goods.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS. &C.
Han Stoat, MSist-awa.
QAVIXfS opened .out a ttKlN'KKT AND
PROVISION STOKE in l 1,1 Hnn-1
t,ii Miiln .Street, Mitttintnwn. I wutilJ respect
fully ask ihe nitcntiuti of the pin lie lo the
following articles, wliic'a I will kc, p on hind
at all tii.ie :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
3IO LASS KS, RICE,!
IRIEl AND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c,
GLASS VI ARE.
Iloin-, FocmI, Scc
All of which will be sold chenp for Ca-h or
Country Produce. Give ue a call and hear
J. W. KIRK.
Xlifflintown, May 2, 1872.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE
rP HE undersigned offers t prirate sale-a
-L Lot of Ground situated in the borough
of Patterun, Juniata county, having there
on erected a
Now Fms DKiliiiT Honse,
and a good Hog Pen. There are Peach,
Pear, and other Fruit Trees on the Lot.
Possession given at once. ' For terms, ic,
call on or address
H. C. ARBOGAST,
Dec 4, '72-2m Tort Roy il. Pa.
- BLATrill.KT'S IMPROVED
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