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t Jmtiati Stntinel.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 22, 1873.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. ON AND
after Sunday, Dec. 22, 1872, Passenger
Trains will leave Mifflin Station aa follow! :
AST W A BO.
Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M.
Fast Line 4:0 A. M. .
Harrmhurg Accommodation 11:28 A. M.
Mail Train- 6:18 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 0:03 P. M.
Pittsburg Express l:f 8 A. M.
Cincinnati Express 1:55 A. M.
Southern Express.. 4:08 A. M
Pacific Express- 5:4:1 A. M.
War Passenger 0:W A. M.
Mail Train - 3:38 P. M.
Fast Line fi.33 P. M
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
TOWN A.I COUSTRV.
Local Option is not a political ques
Th muddy- rushing water of the
river contrasted oddly on Saturday with
ita enow-covered bunks.
TlIK name of tlie town of Bloody Run,
in Bedford county. Las Leeu changed to
that of Everett Cily. Tell us, Elliott
what is there in a name T
The Local of the Skntixel believes
hat he has unearthed "Iiiviriblt','' of the
Blair county Radi . His name is
well it shan't be tuld just now.
Dr. Gkke.m.eaf, of Thutupsnntown,
Las leen appointed by the proper Maso
nic autiiority District Deputy Grand
Master of the counties of Juui tta, 1'eriy
This ice on the river broke and com
menced to run about 10 oVIock ou Fri
day night The ice breaker of the mid
dle pier of the liver bridge waa consider
TnE tLaw of last week cleared tbe
streams in Pennsylvania of ice. Tbe
"break-up" came too soon to be perma
nent Weather-wise people sny it can!
i last ; that we will have another freeze up
Last Notice. All persons knowing
themselves indebted on tLe Hooks of
D. K. t-'uloiiff Sl Co. are requested to
make immediate pa incut as the Books
will pass into the hands of a collector.
D K. Slloltf & Co.
O.m Monday la? t a horse belonging to
a mau named Snyder, of Fayette town
ahip. Lad the rkin of his right hind leg
Tipped open from the foot almost up to
the kuee, by breaking through a bridge
while Mr. Snyder was driving down the
!ank to Goshen's coal wharf, a fliort dis
tanee above this place, for a slod load ul
StlKRIFr's SaI.K, at the Court Ilotic,
at 1 o'clock P M., on Fiiday, Jan 31st,
1S73, a IIoui-c and Lot situate in the
borough of Miiiliiitown, bou.-ided aud de
scribed as follows : Ou Lhe eaet by an
alley, on the South by lot of arah Stronp.
ou the west by Lemon street, and on the
north by lot of George lleiub mgli ; said
lot having a front of 30 feet by 110 feet
deep, havii g thereon evicted a Frame
House. Seized, taken in execution aud
to be sold as the prop, rty of John Mon
dial!. Drowned A j oung man named Jacob
Bear, a resident of uscarnra tnwnshiri,
was in Mifflin on last Friday with a slid
and two horses. In the evening when on
Lis way home be attempted to cross Tus
carora Creek, about a mile below Mc
Coysville. 1 be ice broke, and he was
drowned, as were also the horses. Noth
ing, however, was known of the distres
sing circumstance until Saturday morn
ing, when the body of the unfortunate
man aud the dead horses were discovered
among the broken ice.
House Burked The house of Jos.
Tousey, in Spruce Hill township, took
fire in the loft from some unknown cause,
about 9 o'clock ou last Thursday even
ing, ao4 was bnrncd to the ground.
Scarcely .any of the household effects
were taken from the house Neither Mr.
or Mrs. Tousey were at Lome. Tousey
was at tho railroad, where Le is em
ployed as watchman ; Mrs. Tousey was
away visiting a neighbor. A number of
children were at home, but they can give
no account of the origin of the fire.
Fatal Accident. Yesterday after
noon, about 4 o'clock, while men were
engaged undermining the bank at the
new siding which is being made at Patter-
i i i i j '
eon, a large mass of earth broke loose and .
fell on a man named William Parfwell,
who, with two. others, were digging at
at its base. Parfwell had one of his legs
broken at three places, and was so badly
injured internally that Le died in about
half an Lour after tLe accident. The
other two mtn narrowly escaped being
caught by the falling mass. Parftwell
was a stranger here, and had only been
employed a few days.
Total number of freight cars passing
MifHin Station. P. R R., during the
years 1S67, 1SCS, 1SCD, 1870, 1S71 and
1G8, S88,73(i Incnase
1869, 433,800 "
2.875,810 Inc. in 6 yrs, 817,372
During the year 1872 there were 18,
.r0l freight traius, making an average of
35J cars to each train. The heaviest
month's business of the year was Octo
ber. During that monh there were 64,
025 cars, an average of 2,0651 cars per
24 hours, or almost 2 cars every minute.
List op Jurors for Feb. T 1873.
Walker Sam'l Arntz. Charles Books,
Samuel Cleck, Irwin Basboar. r
Milford Lewis Burcb field.
Spruce Hill JobnBaruard, Sr., Wm.
Bennett, J. S. Patterson, Isaac Flick-inger.
Fayette John Cramer. Jos. Kmtff-
man, Tobias Page, Jacob Wbitmer, A bra
ham Leister. " ,
Lack S. II. Crawford, John Leonard.
Mifflintown J. Wirt Dran.
Greenwood John Hibbs, Jr.
Beale John A. Uoetetler.
Delaware; John Leach.
Monroe Joseph Niemond.
Fermanagh 1'hilip Pannebaker.
l'errysville Latimer Wilson.
Susquehanna David S. Whitmer.
petit jCRons. .
Fayette Simon Amey, John Henry,
Fphraim Myers, Washington Mellon,
Allen Pierce, Wm. Thompson.
Tuscarora Alex. Anderson, G. S.
Cor.n, Thomas D .bbs, II. L. IcMeen,
John G. Nobs.
Walker S Beidler, Jolin Oberholter,
Porter Thompson, Christian Tyson.
Perrysville Samuel Buck, D. S.
Delaware Win. Cross, C B. Shelley.
Milford David Deen, Daniel Fisher,
Wm. Partuer, It. A. ltobison, William
Patterson J. B. Fink.
Su?qutth:inna Reuben Fry, Levi
Light, David Strawser, Jcob Weiser.
Tuibett Benjamin Grouinger, John
Fermanagh William Given.
Monroe Petei Uertzng, Michael Cum
felt, Peter Long.
Beale Wm. Iloesinger, Joseph R
Leach, James Sherlock.
Greenwood Thomas Rumberger
Miffliufown Jacob Slanghterback,
Howard W oodm.wcy, II S. Goshen.
Thompsontown Emauael Smith.
Lack Jeremiah Kenepp, Joseph U
Lane? MichaeLD. Miller, Absalom Rice,
D. 1$. Williamson.
Pi blic Salis. Tobias P Page will
sill at public sale, at his residence, one
pnile north of Oakland Mills, Fayette
town.-.bip, on the. IS u of rcbruary, at
10 o'clock, four horses, three cows, all
coming firsh, eight head of young cattle,
wagons, 1 reaper and mower combined,
threshing machine, horse power an. I
shaker, Lay pitcher, hay rake, and all
other kindi of farming implements. See
George I'arfet will oiFer for sale, on
his premises in Delaware township, three
miles eatt of Fast ?aleai, at 10 o'clock,
Tuesday, February 4th, 1S73, one good
family horse, 1 good colt, 1 span of good
mules, 2 donkeys, 1 tow, lot of shoals,
buggy, spring wagon, fletgh, fodder cut
ter, new faiiiiii g mill, aud other farming
utensil, also, oats, buckwheat and pota
toes by the hushrl. See handbills
Nath in Griffith, of Fayette township,
will sell at public salo, at his residence,
one half mile n'oiuh of 0 ik'and Mills, on
1'Lursday, February 20, 1S73, four head
of horses, one colt, four cows, seven head
of young cattle, one sow and three pigs,
together with his cntise stock of farming
imjdements, and also a lot of household
furniture. Sale at 10 o'clock. Sie hand
bills. 1T37T3 fr:m IJsiglibirin' Conntioi
The Lewietown D-.-nux-rut says : Mr.
Andrew Swarlzell, of Milroy, shot a bear
in Triester's valley, on Saturday, ihn 4th
mst , wljicli weighed 3U0 lbs. tie saw
four bears at the time, but did not get a
shot at any save the one For a
week past a grey wolf, has been coming
down the knob to make a meal from a
dead horse, lying within a quarter of a
mile of George Swartzell's residence,
near Locke's Mills. The wolf has been
several times seen, but no one has as yet
gone "on a hunt" for him Wo expect,
however, before many days to be able to
chronicle his last meal. Surely some of
the hunters of thtt region will " go for
The Gazelle, says : Gabriel Yoder, of
Union town-bip, who, (as well as some
members of his family) is a cripple, has
a small tract of land at the foot of the
mountains worth little for agricultural
purposes, which he couverled into a vine
yard some y'-ars ago, and last fall made
eight barrels of good wine. The most
considerable grape grower in Central
Pennsylvania is probably Simeon Stoltz
fus of Buffalo valley, Uuion countv. who
J ' k " v
we learn made 60 barrels of wine last
year, nud has some 40 or 00 barrels of
previous years on hand Mr. James
S. Sweringcn, said to have been a native
of Mifflin county, but long a resident aud
highly esteemed citizen of St. Louis died
a few weeks ago at the age of sixty-five
years. lie left au estate valued at $500,
000. HUNTINGDON COUNTY.
The Huntingdon Journal saya: A
frightful accideut occurred, on the 8th
iust., one hatf mile north of Saxton, on
the II. & B. T. M. R. R , whice resul
ted in the death of an old railroad man,
mimed James Long of Coalmost, Pa,
and the slight injury of quite a number
of others. Through some unaccountable
blunder, engines Nos. 7 and 19 collided,
wrecking each other. No. 7 was pulling
the gravel train loaded with railroad iron
There were about thirty employees on
the train' the greater number of whom
were slightly injured. The engines were
on a short curve and were not visible to
each other nntil only a few rods Interven-
It is presumed that Mr. Long was
j the first to see the danger and leaped off
against the rocks without making any
outcry, and rolled down tinder the cars
and was crashed to death. He leaves
wjfe and one child to mourn Lis loss.-
This was the third accident which had
befallen him. When quite small a car
passed over him breaking both of his
lees and an arm in two places. About a
month ago he had his hand smashed by
the cars and now he has met his end by
the same agency. Wbo is to blame I. . . .
A Patent Wright man, named T. G.
Thompson, from Mecca, Ohio, was found
dead in a water closet, attached to the
Franklin House on Friday last, Thomp
son had been stopping at the house for
several days and had been complainin
of neuralgia. Some time during Thurs
day night he visited the closet and must
have fallen ovar dead from the effects of
an attack of the disease upon the heart.
He was not discovered until Friday af
ternoon. A Coroner's jury was summon
ed and a verdict rendered in accordance
with the above facts. His friends were
telegraphed and written to but no re'
sponse having been received he was bur
ied in the cemetry on Saturday after
noon. Siuce then we learn that a broth
er-in-law Las arrived who" will raise the
body and remove it to Ohio.
Tbe Huntingdon Monitor says : On
Wednesday last two men appeared at
Mr. Jno. Read's and solicited something
to eat While Mrs. R. was preparing
something for them, they disappeared
with an overcoat belonging to one of tbe
members of the family. The same day
one of the same gang noticing the sack
coats in front of B. F. Douglas' Clothing
store, took au idea into his head that he
was entitled to one of them. lifted it from
the Looks, fled down Hill Street, up
Third, and he disappeared. Mr. Smith
made pursuit Lut gave up tLe chase cn
the disappearance of the thief.
The Bluomfield Adcoeate says : Reu
ben Stahl, of Tuscirora township, was
ai rested on Monday last week, and lodg
ed in jail, charged with having forged
the name of L'lrich aud David Rum
bangli. ol urrcnwooil township, to a
negotiable note, paj'able at the Newport
Deposit Bank, for S200. Staid did not
deny bis gui't. SI 15 were found in Lis
possesion when arrested, and which
were recovered by the bank, lie was
bronglit before the court on Thursday
morning, plead guilty, and was senten
ced to the Eastern Penitentiiry for 14
months On last Wednesday morn
ing MirS Rebecca Bender, of Carroll
township, fell on the icy pavement in
Oiliclc street, in this borough, disloca
ting tbe thumb of her right baud and
forcing the bone through the flesh. She
was taken into tbe residence of Wm.
Willis, Esq., aud Dr. Strickler sent for
to replace the dislocated thumb. Miss
Bender suffered iutensc pain until it was
placed in proper position Oa last
Wednesday morning Mrs. J. 15. Leiby
had both bones of the left fore-arm brok
en bv biinjr thrown out of a sleLrh. The
urcidwit was caused by the sleigh upsett
ing in a snow bank near the residence of
Henry L. t'nji th. in Oliver township.
Tho TELEGRAPH FOD
DER CUTTERS, the best in
the market, are selling rapidly
at PAISTE'S HARDWARE
STORE. Every farmer should
have one. The money paid for
them is well invested. Buy
one and be convinced.
KUXKEL'S IJITTKR WINE OF
I RON has reached an enviable position
among medicines as a cure for Liver Com
plaint, Dyspepsia and all diseases arising
from a disordered liver or stomach. It
costs Lut littl!, purifies the blood end
gives tone to the stomach, renovates the
system and prolongs life. Try this val
uable Tonic. For sale at Banks & Ham
lin's Drug Store, MifHiutown, Pa.
Attention, Juniata Scouts ! Yon
ore hereby ordered to parade in Mifflin
town, on Saturday, January 25, 1S73.
Full uniform for inspection. Muster end
pay 10 o'clock A. M. By order of
J K. ROBISON,
Mattulw Rooers, O..S.
WANTED 10,000 Railroad Ties, 8
feet 6 inches long, square at the ends, 8
inches thick, 8 inches' of a face, in ex
change for Goods or Greenbacks.
Laibu & Bell,
There are but few systems that do
not at some time or other require a tonic.
KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE of IRON
is noted for its rcinvigorating powers.
A full-blooded Indian doctor lectured
in the Methodist church at Uollidaya
burg, some days ago.
TllK greatest medicine to abate pain
and rheumatism is "Kunkel's Pain Slay
er." For sale at Banks & Hamlin's
Drag Store, Mifflintown. -
DAVID WATTS most respectfully announ
ces to the public that he is prepared to
SCHOOL BOOKS AND STATIONERY
at reduced prices. Hereafter give him a call
at hit OLD STAND, MAIN St., MIFFLIN.
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware, Glassware, Creckery ware, Cedar
ware, &c, for sale ch6ap by
TILTEN t ESPENSCHADE'S.
GO to the Juniata Sixtikel Job Printing
Office for all kinds of Plain and Fancy
The undersigned would respectfully inform the citizens of
MIFFLINTOWN and vicinity that he has opened out in the
BELFORD STORE-ROOM,, on MAIN STREET, MIFFLIN
TOW JN, with an entire JNew Stock of Goods, consisting- of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HATS AND CAPS,
FULL LIIVE OF
Stationery, School Books, &c.,
Boots and Shoes, for Men & Boys, Ladies, Misses & Children,
FLOOR AND ST AI R CARFETS AND OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE CUTLERY, LOOKING-GLASSES,
Eight-Day and Twenty-four-Hour Clocks, SALT by the SACK.
Cheese, Dried Fruits bought and sold, Gum. Roots, Over Shoes,
and Sandals, Wheat and Buckwheat Flour, and Corn. Meal,
Quilts, Bedspreads, Counterpanes, Blankets, etc., etc., etc.
All kinds of Produce taken
payers 30 days credit Goods
Miffl!ntnirn. Pa.. Doe. 1. 1872-tf
FITZGERALD HART At tho residence
of the briJe'a father, on tbe 10th inst., by
Rev. F. MoBurncj, assisted by Rot. S. 0.
Fitigerald, Mr. W. II. Fitzgerald, of Tufca-
rora Valley, Juni ita county, and Miss Mar
tha Hart, of Perry county.
ISENDEKU la llarrisburg. Pa., on Mon
day morning, Jan. G, 1873, Philip lieuberg,
ate of Perrysville, this county, aged 0
years, 1 month and S days.
Tmbute of Respect.
At a special meeting of Perrysville
Lodge, No. 556, I. O. O F, lielj Tucs-
Hav fvpniiir. .Tamiarv 7. 1S73. i fnm.
o -j - -
miltoe was appointed to aratt resolutions
expressive of the sense of the Lodge
relative to the death of Hro. P G. Philip
Isenberg, which committee respectfully
i i r ti J
submit tbe following :
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty
(jod, tbe searcher of all hearts, by a wise
dispensation of his providence, to call
from our midst our well beloved iiro.
P. G. Philip Isenberg. thus sadlv and
impressively admonishing ns that in the
midst of life we are in death, aud as a
tribute of respect to the deceased, there -
fore, be it
l!-ilvtK That in the death of Bro.
fsi-nberg our Lodge has lost oue of its
best members, the community a citizen
whose philauthrupy and integrity won
r him the respect and esteem of all
who knew htm.
Rfiolved. That we tender to the rela-
tives and friends of our deceased Brother
our earnest sympathy in this bereave
ment, know ing that the strength to bear
up uuder this dispensation cometh from
mm who sends them, aud who 13 too
wi.-e to err and too good to be unkind.
titsrHicd, That we bow to the irrevo
cable mandates of an all-wise Providence
and in view of the uncertainty of life
and the certainty of death, we should be
aroused to a sense of our condition and
be ready at all times, for iu such an hoar.
as we tuiiiK not tlie son ot ;'tan cometh.
Uctolced, That the Lodge room be
draped in m.inrniiig for the space of three
months, and that each member wear the
usual badge of mourning for the space of
Itesmlveti, I hat tho thanks of this
Lodge be tendered to Lamberton Lodge,
No. 708, for the courtesy and atteution
paid to Bro. Isenberg while sick in their
Resolved, That this Lodge attend the
funeral as a Lodge, and that we give a
cordial invitation to our sister Lodges and
members of other Lodges who are iu tbe
vicinity to attend the, funeral with ns.
Resolved, That in testimony of the re
spect we owe to his mempry, this pream
ble and resolutions be published in one or
more of tbe county papers, and be placed
upon the journal of the Lodge, and a
copy be sent to the relatives of the de
ceased. D. P. MlMtCilAX,
W. J. Smeigh, V Com.
David Fowls. )
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkeFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
For the cure of weak stomach, general de
bility, indigestion, disease -of tne nervous
system, constipation, acidity of the stomach,
aud all cases requiring a tonic.
The wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of
Magnetic Oxiue, combined with the most en
ergetic of vegetable tonics Yellow Teruvian
The effect in many eases of debility, loss
of appetite, and general prostration, of an
efficient salt of Iron, combined with our val
uable Nerve, is most happy. It augments
the appetite, raises the pulse, takes off mus
cular flabbiness, removes the pallor of de
bility, and gives a florid vigor to the counte
nance. Do you want something to strengthen you?'
l)o you want a good appetite ?
lo 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 T
Do you want to sleep well?
Do you want brisk and viperous feelings ?
If yon do, try Kunkel's Wine of Iron.
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of tbe community
that it is now deemed indispensable as a
Tonio medicine. It costs but little, purines
the blood and gives tone to the stomach, reno
vates the system and prolongs life.
I now only ask a trial of this valuable
Trice $1 per bottle. E. F. Kunkel, 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 the medicine,
with advice free, will come by next express
train. Feb2S, 72-6ai
T I S E M E ST T S ,
in exchange for Goods. -Prompt
delivered at any place in town
Prices of Board of Commerce,
Reported weekly for the Jitkiata Skjtinil
by the Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
Butter lb 25
Eggs, doi 30
Lard, lb 8
Country Soap 8
Wool, washed 60
Dried Apples 10
" Peaches, pared 20
" Peaches, unpared 15
" Cherries, pitted 20
" Blackberries 10
" Raspherries 16
Country Hams .'. 12
i oiiies anu stiouluers i
Sides and Shoulders
Potatoes "8 bus 40
. Onions ' CO
Ground Alum Salt, sack 2 25
? a,,ro.a Tes . (0
Locust Posts, mortising 32.
fujf. v i
Shelley & Stambaush's Prices Current.
Cbtstai Palack, Mifflintown, 1
Jan. TZ, 1873. f -
; Prime Roll Butter, per lb.,
t?Ks Pcr Joien -
; riT.'1' Pcr m.
Tallow, per lb 08
If . m
Dried Apples' "per it)... ...... ' ......" !." .. 01
j " Cherries, seedless, pcr lb 17
l " " unseeded Ot
wln.its, per bus 40
Potatoes ."- CO
Chickens, lire, pcr lb-..
Liverpool Ground Alum Sail, per sack 2 00
D. P. Sulouff & Co. 's Prices Current.
While TVheat, 1 bus $ 1 75
Red " " - 1 70
Corn, old .. 50
lverSecd 5 00
Pr j Ccal v too
1 -i .
1 Pea " " .
- 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4, 1 1000 ft $35 00
5-8, " 25 00
" 8-4, ....25 00to40 00
" ' 6-4, ' 2j00io40 0O
nemlock Frame, 2000
" Boards, " 20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring............ 35 00
" German Siding 3500
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, window- 65
" " 9x12, 75
" 10x12, " 80
" " 10x14, " SO
rniLAPZLPhtA, Jan. 21, 1872.
Flour The market is dull. There is no
inquiry for shipment, and tbe operations of
tbe home trade are confined to their immedi
ate wants. 10CO bbls sold, including
Superfine $5 0O(5j5 60
Extras $ 25(7 25
N. W. Extra Family $7 75(&'i8 75
Ohio & Ind. do. do $8 C09 00
Penna. do. do. - $8 h0(n)9 25
Fancy Brands $9 50(10 50
Grain Wheat is in fair demond at full
prices. Sales of 7500 bus western red at
$190a2, ambar at $2a2 03, and white at
$2 05a2 23. In rye no sales are reported.
Corn moves slowly at former rates ; sales of
7000 bus yellow at C0a61c. Oats are un
changed ; sales of white at 50a52c. and mix
ed at 4Galc.
Seeds Clovcrseed is in fair demand ; 2.10
bus sold at !)! Jo lb. Tiaotby sold at $3
60 per bus.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
SIosdat, Jan. 204 Y. AL
Beef Cattle were in fair demand this week
and prices were well maintained. About
2300 head arrived at the Avenue Drove-yard,
including choice at 8ja81o ; extra at 7Ja8c ;
fair to good at CaTo, and common at 4Ja0c
Cows and Calves were nominal at $25a50.
Receipts 2X) head.
Sheep were dull. Sales of choice at fi)a
7c, and fair to good at oJaOlc. Receipts
Hogs were higher, and sold at $ 5 50 per
100 lbs foe cornfed. Receipts 6000 head.
Mew MtuM Staire
DR. J. J. APPLEBACGH has established
a Drug and Prescription Store in th
above-aamed place, and keeps a general as
sortment of -
DRUGS AXD MED1CIXES,
Also all other articles usually kept in estab
lishments of this kind.
Pure Wines and Liquors for medicinal pur
poses, Cigars, Tobacco, Stationery, Confec
tions (first-class). Notions, etc., etc.
l"The Doctor gives advice free.
JUST NOW OPENED
TILTEN & ESPENSCHADE S,
ISritljjo Street, Iiillinto-vu,
And tho Most Attractive Stock of Goods ever Brought
DRESS GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY OF PRICES AND STYLES.
Black Silks, Drop Dc Alma, Imperial Reps, Jamise,
Cachmcri liaye, Australian Crape Empress,
Datest Canton Cloths, &c,
IN GOOD VARIETY.
We respectfully solicit an elimination hi fore purchasing elsewhere.
Any and ercrytliing, sveh at Shatrh, Clutis. Caxsimerrt, Flannels.
Blankets, Underwear, Iloxirry, Glare, !(., ,r.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any and everything at prices which defy eornpe;;ion.
r& si-i ft
One of the best in tho county, embracing all tlia New and Pest ftjles
for the Fall and Winter Trade, for Ladies, Misses and Children the
same exclusively for our trade at pnecs to suit all purchasers. Krcry
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and Queensware Department wc have secured
one of the finest rooms in the county in the OJd Fellows Hall.-
Just opened one of the largest and best stocks of Goods ever
brought to the county, all of which are kiudly submitted to the infection of all
our numerous friends and customers., For quality and prices we defy competition.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED.
"LOW PRICES FOR CASH" OUR MOTTO.
TILTEX & ESPEXSCIIADE.
Oct. 80, 1872-1
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
Is tbe place where you can bay
Tlio lo.t iml tlio Ghonpcst
MENS' YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, ECOTS, SHCZS, AND FU22TISEni& G3CS3.
WE are prepared to exbibit one of the most choice an:I solect Stocks eer offoroJ in this
market, and at ASTOXISHIXU LOW I'RICES .'
Also, measures taken for Suits and parts cf Suits, which will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Remember the pl.ice, in the Nevin Building, t'xo doors west of the Keystone
Store, BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN,
DR. P. C.
DEALER IS EVERYTHING THAT
The public attention is also invited to Lis large assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it In tln ir ailvant.ie f.
call, as they will find the largest stock in the enmity to sebet from. (,'O.MK
AND HAVE YOUR EYE-SIGHT RESTORER Al?o, a splendid assortment of
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmenae stock of
and old, at the
D. P. SULOUFF &, CO.,
(Successors to D. K. Sulouff & Co.,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &CV
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &c, Sold at the
Having boats of onr own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal. 4c, cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. t&Yoa ean make money by calling on ns
before selling or buying elsewhere.
OkAIll WILl BB -BtciIVIO I STOBB IO BI
SOLO BT THB 1ST Of JlISE, 1873.
P. 8. Our grain is not elevated on men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1872.
TTIE undersigned is agent for one of the
best Force Pumps, for any depth of cis
tern ot well, in the world, t-y attaching hose
to the spont, water can be thrown 30 to 80
feet. Nothing better could be asked in case
of fire. It is a non-freeiing pump.
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
fln n.v T:rn n f;
VA. may 8, lSTJ-tf
CONSTITUTES A FIRST-CLASS
NOTIONS t&" Somi'liiing for everybody, younp;
, PATTERSON" DRUG STORK.
Manhood : How fwi, How Restored
jn'MfTn Jst utili-l:e4. n new tuition f
jTritey Dr. (ultrrueU'9 Celebrated
aEulv E4ay in the rj.e'ii' rr (with
out nie'licioc) ot smfr.vatkiiiif. , r Snoi
nal Weakness. invo!uni.iry Seminnl JJ ..
Impotencv, Menial and Physical Incapacity.
Impediments to Ma rinjre. etc. ; "smp
tion, EriLtesv, n;ii t'ns, induced ly self
indulgence ot sexual extr ivajrmce
tcif Price, in a sealed envelope, only fiet.
Tbe celebrated author, in 'bis admirable
essay, clearly'dewionyirate. from a ihirty
years' successful practice, t'titt tbe alarming
consequences of nelf-'abur-e may bo radically
cured without tbe ilangi-rous of the knife ;
pointing out a mode of euro at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no matter what bis condiiinn
may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately
and rent: call;,.
j-J-Thi Lecture should be in the hands of
every yr.uth and every man :n tbe land.
8ent, nnler el, in a plain envelope, to
a;y address, postpaid, on receipt of six cents,
or two post stamps.
Also. Dr Culvcrwell's Marriaje Guide,"
price 25 cents.
Address the publishers.
t M AS. J. C. KMSE A CO.,
Post Office Box 4,-"3. 17 ttowety, N. T.
D. JOHNSTON & SONS, Proprietors.
Tbe "ISrookerhbff Hou.-e" has recently been
refitted and otherwise greatly improved, ami
is now nn3er the proprietorship of D. John
ston t Sons, formerly of the '-Leonard lle-jse"
in Clearfield Persons visi.ing BrliefuDte on
business or pleasure will find this a conve
nient and pleasant place to stop. Frti bus
to and from the Drpat.
Nov t, l7t