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WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAR. 26, 1873.
PENNSVLYANIA RAILROAD. OX AND
after Sunday, Dec. 22, 1872, Frrg.r
Trains Will leave Miffiia Station as follows :
PViladelphia Express 1:10 A. M.
Fast Line 4:'i A. M.
Harrisburg Accommodation 11:28 A. V.
Mail Train- 0:18 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 6:03 P. M.
PitUburg Express l:f 8 A. M.
Cineioaaii Express 1:.'5 A. M.
Boufbrrn Express.. 4:08 A. M
Pacific Express- (,-A?, A. M.
Way Passenger l":tJ A. M.
Mail Train . I V. f.
Fast Line fi.JM P. M.
JAMES SOUTH, Ag't
TOWN AS COl.Vi'RY.
Szi.l.V-sCROVK lias a dancin school.
The road iLroiigLout the county are
in a very lad condition.
I'uBTKR Tho.mpso.v solt! a very valu
Lle Loree last week to a Chester comity
Read Governor Harlr.inft's objections
"1o the Somerset fire reliif bill, publiehi-d
on first Jinge;
The fish question is a good dral talk
ed of now, and Senator Pttiikcns fish
bill is favorably commented on.
Wdat is that which God never saw,
Oen. Washington seldom ever saw, bnt
wt eee tt every day 1 His equal.
These are three hundred and twenty
five stations betweeu FitUburg and Phil
adelphia, on the Pennsylvania Railroad.
Wj.vtf.R yet basks in the lap of
cpring Like a lover basking in the
smiles and gHuws of the adoration of
Lis heart, it is loath to leave.
A Normal Class will be opened at
Airy View Academy on Tuesday, April
1st, 1S73, for the benefit of teachers.
See advertisement in another column
Almost everybody is iu accord with
Itrother Allison now, in the desire for
the abatement of the "Snow, oh ! the
- ; tii hi of the Rev. T. J. Sherard, Pastor of
Somk wretch attempted to but M the Mifflintown and Lost Creek Prcsby
Odd Fellow's Hall at Hamburg on tl.e t(.r;a Oongropationu. Mr. Sherard will
night ot the lath uist. fortunately tbe 1
fire was discovered before it had made
' It is a bad practice aud very bad
manners for boys to hslloo and sing s
U.ey go through the river bridge on un-!
day evening whin going home froi: i
church, as a great many do. j
, , . . . i
. Movimi day, the day t give ana rc-
i. i, - ir i
. ceive, is upon u. It will prove liselt a
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lay of pleasure to some, ana a oxy or
eaiiness to others, but all will be glad;
when it has passed
The Local Option returns from the
different (unties in the Commonwealth
are so indefinite that We refrain from pub
lishing them until the next isue, wlieu
ihe result can be more definitely given.
The election on last Friday whs c
jniet and orderly on,owin to t'.ie ah-
ciice of liquor If the abstiimnce from
liquor one dav makes an improvement in I
the conduct of the people of a com nun- ;
ity what improvement would be made
by abstaining three years ?
IjAST week two dead mtunts were
found in this city one in an ice house j FRl'lT Trues. Those wishing to se
nd the other in a vacant l"t near the i cure Fruit Trees can be supplied by
city line both giving evidence of bav- I calling on or addressing the undersigned,
ing been born alive. No clue to the j residing in Spruce Hill township. The
Leaifless mothers Aluoma Jlntli al nf following prices will be charged i Apple-
ltu( tecefc. .
m j size, 20 cts. ; Quince trees, largest size,
PtBUC Sai.K. Mrs. Sarah Shields , 25 ct8 . pear Uees, 50 eta ; Peach trees
will sell at public sale, at the Union j 6 ctf . Apricot, Gage and Cherry trees
Hotel, in McAlisterville, on Mouday, Rt jow flgurc8. Also, Black Cedar or
March 31st. one horse, two two-year old j namj(Utai UeiM ,t S1.85 to SI 50, accord
colts, one trotting buggy, and large lot j illg t0 eize Arrangements can be made
if household goods. Sale at 10 o'clock, j jjave treeg shipped to any point along
Suddkn Death. On Friday last Mr.
Anderson Pines, of Delaware township,
died very suddenly. He had been out
t bis barn, and on returning to the
Louse told his wife that he felt very sick,
lie then sat down on a chair, and almost
instantly expired. He was about fifty
yean of age.
An article entirely unworthy of the
pretentious character of Forney's Fret,
appeared iu the columns of that paper
on Thursday last, under the beading of
"Local Option." The Yt ia not quite
jsure, Hut inclines to the belitf that the
liquor business is a private right, like
mating, or smiling on a "baby," or kissing
one's own wife on a Sabbath day. That
eclipses Bonsall, Jackinan and Liggett
Exit the trio. Enter Col. Forney.
Local Ornoji Rktliixs. The fol
lowing is the official vote polled for and
against License in Juniata county. Mar.
For Licfuc. Againtt Liernf.
. 31 120
. G7 61
.. 71 leo
. 60 11"
.. 66 21
. 84 34
. C7 31
. C2 62
. 11 32
. 40 M
. 14 '-'1
. 1 J"7
. 6 !8
.. 17 1
.. 1 1
Ma joifty agaiust license...
Attentio", Farmers! I Lave in
store a superior hi tide of Lubricating
Oil, suitable for axle and machine grease,
and tbe beet for oiling harness.
P. G. RUNDIO,
Patterson Drug Store,
March 25, 1873.
Thkrb was an explosion iu Dargers
Matclj Factory at Yeagerslwn Mifiiin
county on Monday a week. The citi
zens ontencd the fire with the aid of
buckets. No persons were in the build
ing at the time. Hats or mice it is be
lieved tampered with the explosive ma
terial. Notice The free schor ls in this bor
ough will open on Um first Monday in
April, and it is desirous that every child
that expects to attend the session should
be there on the first day of school.
Secretary Scbool Board.
A Wokito' Roys. Four hoys, aged
from 15 to 17 ytar?,- were arrested and
brought before Esq. Shonp on T .ursday
last, charged with muliciotis mischief, iu
stoning Yeagpi's hotel and stables, break
ing windows, doors, &3. They Were
bound over iu the sum of $000 each to
answer at Court. Lcicistvtc Dem-xral.
An exchange says : A lady aeked us,
a few days ago, to publish a cure for the
toothache, as an net of liumnnity, and as
we always like to oblige heru it is ; Take
equal parts of alum and common salt,
pulverize them and mix well, then wet
a small piece of cotton and after dipping
it in the powder, place it iu the hollow
tooth. It is an infallible remedy. Try
It was the remark of a very eminent
Bostonian that he regarded an advertise
ment in a paper as ptfrfeonal invitation
extended to him to call, and he added :
"While I hesitate about entering a store
the proprietors of which have not thus
sent their card to my residence, I al
ways feal certain of a cordial welcome
from the members of an advertising
TuivRE will be a handsome and com
fortable house built on Water street dur
ing coming summer for the accomoda-
reside during the summer iu Mrs. Galla
her's house, at the South end of Main
street, opposite the residence of Mr. John
Entertainment. The Entertain-
monf Association of Airy View Academy
wm KiVe an Entertainment iu the hall of
Ac.vlemVi at Aiiy View, on Thurs-
day evening, March 27th, 1S73 The
Entertainment will constat of Dramas,
- . .
Pantomime, Rcadi'iisr. Music and Ora-
; uttuei. auuiiiuiiiL iu 1,1. nip. a runiui-
auces to commence at 7 o'clock.
' eral invitation is extended.
I Somb drunken scoundrel made an m-
! decent assult npon a lady ou last Wed
nesday evening about nine o'clock
Foi Innately her husband was near at
hand and the Wast received a wholesome
and effectual thrashing for his malicious
impudence. We frequently hear of ladies
being insulted in this manner when ou
tbe 6treit. unprotected, after night fall
and earnestly hope that these brutal of-
fenders may receive the puuishraent they
so richly deserve. 1'etfon'e RcpuLli
can of last icrtk.
trees, 5 to 6 feet high, 25 c!s. ; smaller
Spruce Hill P. O., Juniata Co.. Pa
West of Mifflin, up Licking Creek
three miles John Dearing resided. On
the 22nd day of last December a herd
of niue hogs, each weighing about 100
lbs. strayed from the farm. On the 23rd
and 24th days of the same month a deep
snow fell. After iho fall of the snow,
Mr. Hearing ssehed diligently for the
mi ssirg hogs, aud also employed men to
look fortthera, bnt their labors were
without reward. The hogs were not
found. Ou tho 20 ill inst. Mr. Jacob
Sulonff whosa farm adjoins Dtaring's
went to ihe woods to cut a "broom stick.'
The barking of a little dog that had ac
companied him induced him t) go to the
fences through which the dog was vent
ing its displeasure. To his astonishment
ou the other side of the fence were three
lmgs reduced so nearly to the skeleton
couition that it required a steady look
to escertaiu to what department of the
auiiual kingdom they belonged. He was
not however long reaching the correct
conclusion, that they were the the living
remncnt of Hearing's missing drove of
hogs. The hogs had a place of about
four rods iu the snow drift along the
fence cleared f snow. That was their
habitation three mom ha wanting three
days, presuming that they were ehnt in
the field by the snow ou t-e 23rd and
24ih of Dtcrmbcr. Liltlo of the car
cesses of the dead hogs were to be seen.
The living hogs and crows doubtless dis
posed of them. Mr. Dearing hauled the
living hogs home on a sled, aud they are
getting along well since their return to
plenty cf feed.
The Fayette Union Guards met at
their Armory on Saturday, March 15th,
1873. Twenty-6ve men were present
1 After disposing of some routine business
the follow ing regular drill days were ap
pointed : Apil 19tb, July 4th, Sept.Gth,
ut-u auu Atu .uu , uicv miuoiw
ana inspection aay, aaie not nxeu. ii
was unanimously voted to fine every
member SI 00 for being absent on regu
lar drill day without having a very good
excuse. The state of the weather forbid
any diilling. Considerable enthusiasm
and much good feeling existed.
Almost every night the Comity Jail
is (he recipient of a number of travelers,
who declare themselves too poor to ob
tain board and lodging elsewhere. Some
evenings the applicants number as
many as a dozen, generally they fall be
low that number. There the unfortunate
creatures, whom idleness, vice and rum
have converted into listless and hopeless
wanderer?, are sheltered in a room with a
stove and fire iu it, but no beds, for the
night, and provided with supper aud
breakfast, for which the county pays at
the rate of one dollar per individual.
For some mornings past men who lodged
in the jail, after coming out have gone
to private houses and asked for victuals,
stating for their excuse that they had not
received as much food at the jail as their
systems required. It is not expected
that they shall be furnished with costly
diet, but thf should have as much fis
will keep soul and body together, and
keep them from begging for food of the
citizens who help to pay the tax that
pays for their board bill.
Messrs. Shellet & Stambxuoi,
who deal in Dry Goods, Notions, Hats,
Boots, Shoes, Carpets, Queeusware, etc ,
take this method of thanking their nu
merous and very kind friends in Juniata
county for the very liberal patronage ex
tended to them in the past, and respect
fully ask a continuance of the same, and
at the same time take pleasure in staling
to the same kind friends that they ate
now better than ever prepared to accom
modate them ia every line of their trade.
They have just returned from the
Fast with the largest and best selected
stock of general merchandise ever brought
to Mifil'ntown, and are now prepared to
sell the latest and most fashionable Spring
and Summer Styles in Ladies' White
find Dress Goods at the very lowest
price. They have the handsomest styles
of Carpets ever seen in this market. In
Gent's Hats they have a very large as
sortment in styles and colors. We can
not take the space to eucmetatc all that
they have fm !., but request our friends
to go to the ''Ciystul Palace,'' and see if
we mistake the matter when we say that
their stock is the largtst ever exhibited
at any eslaDIirhnirnt iu Mifflintown.
Tbey sell for cash, and, selling for
cash, can undersell all othtra
KUNKEL'S UriTKIl WINE OF
1ROX has reached an enviable position
among medicines as a cure for Liver Com
plaint, Pyspepeia and all diseases arising
from a disordered liver or stomich. It
costs but liitL', purities tlie blood and
gives tone to the stomach, renovates the
system and prolong life. Try this val
uable. Tonic. For sale at Banks Si Ham
lin's Drug Store, Miflliutown, Pa.
This is the season of the year for all
kinds of Aches and Pains. There is
nothing better known to remove such
afflictions than KUNKKL'S PAIN
SLAYER. For pale by Banks & Ham
lin, Druggist, Mifilintown.
"PRICES OF TEETH!
Full Upper or Lower Sets as Low as $5.00.
No teeth allowed to leave the office unless
ihe patient is satisfied.
Teeth remodeled and repaired.
Teeth filled to last for life.
Toothache stopped in five minutes without
extracting the tooth.
Dental work done for persons without them
leaving their homes, if desired.
Electricity used in the extraction of teeth,
rendciing it almost a painless operation, (no
extra charge) at the Dental Office of G. L.
Derr, established ia Mifilintown in 1300.
G. L. DEUR,
Jan 21, 1872-ly Practical Dentist.
OFFERS hii professsonal services to the
public in general, in both branches of
his profession operative and mechanical.
First week of every month at Richfield, Fre
mont and Turkey Valley.
Second week Liverpool and Wild Cat Val
ley. Third week Millcrstown and Raccoon
Fourth week at his office in M'Alistcrville.
Will visit Mifiiin when called on.
Teeth put up on any of the bases, and as
liberal as anywhere else.
Address by letter or otherwise.
Estate cf Jerome liryner, defeated.
LETTERS of Administration having been
granted to the undersigned upon the
estate of Jerome Bryner, deceased, all per.
sons indebted to raid estate are requested to
make payment, and those having claims
against the same, to present them without
ALt ltr.U J. I'AlltttUJ,
Feb. 12, 1873 Cw
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 as otlending
will be dealt with (o tho full extent nf the
law. P. II. HAWN.
Dec. 4, 1872-tf
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
irespsssing by hunting, or in any other
way, on the farm on which I reside in Fer
managh township. All persons offending
will be dealt with to the full extent of the
law. WILSON ROBISON. .
LL kinds of Canned and Dried Fruit for
XX sale by
Prices of Board of Commerce.
Reported weekly for the Jcxiata Sestixcl
by tbe Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
terson. Butter lp lb
I i 1
; J, ard gjf jb
Country Soap... ...
" Peaches, pared..-.
" Peaches, unpared.......,.
" Cherries, pitted -
" Blackberries...... 10
" Raspberries - 16
Country Hams 12
Sides and Shoulders. 7
Potatoes, bus 40
Onions , " . CO
Ground Alum Salt, 3 eack.. 2 25
Railroad Ties 60
Locust Posts, mortising 32
" " for board fence.. - 15
SheUey & Stambauga's Prices Current.
Corrected Wee ity
Cbtstai Palace, Mifilintown, 1
March 26, 1873. (
Prime Roll Butter, per ttt 30
Eggs, per dozen..... 18
Lard, per lb 08
Tallow, per lb 09
Beeswax -. 30
Dried Apples, per tb 01
" Cherries, seedless, per lb 17
" unseeded Ot
" Blackberries 08
" Raspberries 20
Walnuts, per bus - 40
Chickens, live, per lb 03
Hams - 14
Shoulders . " 07
Sides " 06
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 00
D. P. Sulouff & Co.'s Prices Current
White Wbeat, bus. $1 75
Red " " - 1 70
Cora, old 45"
Oats . 35
Cloverseed 6 00
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Coal, ton.-...- $5 25
Xut " " , 4 25
Pea " " 3 10
Bituminous" " - 5 00
Run of Log, 4 4," 1000 ft $35 00
5-8, n 25 00
" " 8-4, " ....25 00lo40 00
6-4, " 25 00tol000
Hemlock Frame, " 20 00
Boards. " 20 00
Whitepiae worked Flooring.... 35 00
" flcrmsn Siding 35 00
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, jji window. 65
" " 9x12. 75
10x12, " 80
" " 10x14, " 90
PuiLAPELFbiA, March 25, 1873.
Fi.ot n The remand continues limited and
only 800 barrels changed hands, including
Superfine S I 75(75 75
Extras 56 06 75
N. W. Extra Family $7 50(48 50
Ohio & Ind. do. do $rt 50(5,9 50 .
Penna. do. do. .. $8 259 00
Taney Brands ..... $y7o1150
Gbain. Prime Wheat is in fair demand at
faH prices. Sales of 40 10 bus. Penn. and
western red at SI "31 90 ; amber at SI 98
a2 02 ; and white at $2a2 20. Uyo is quoted
at 85c fur l'enu. and ,c?tern. Corn is in
steady request at. forrafir price;. The receipts
continue Email ; 8O0O bush, sold at 60a60)o
for yellow, (ile for mixed, an I ri-5c fir white.
Oats are without change: 60O0 bushels wes
tern white were taken at 49a50c, and some do
mixed at 47a 17.1 e.
Seeds Cloversecd U dull. 200 bus sold
al 8auJo per lb. Timothy sjld at $3 25 per
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
MoaAT, March 17 4 V. M.
Beef Cattle vcre ia fair demand this week
and prices were firmer. 2'JOO head arrived
aud sold at TJaSJc fur extra Penn ail wes
tern steers ; tlt7$c for fair to good da, aud
5a6c per lb gross fur common.
Cows wore unchanged. 250 head sold at
Sheep wer-j in fair demand. 9.000 head
sold at 6a8o ? lb, gross, as to quality.
Hogs were dull. 6000 head '.'!d at $3aS
25 per 100 lbs net.
lcw Store and 1Tew Goods.
GHCCEEIE3, PS07ISI0IIS, &C.
Uain Street, Hi3intawn.
HAVING opened out a GROCERY AND
PROVISION STOKE in tho old stand
on Main Street, Mifflin" wn, I would respect
fully ask the attentitn of the public to the
following articles, which I will keep on hand
at all tiiucs :
SUGAR, COFFEEj TEA,
iris II SVLT,
DRIED AND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts, &c,
Xlom', Feed, Sec
AH of which will be sold cheap for Cash or
Country Produce. Give me a call and hear
J. W. KIRK.
MifHintown, May 2, 1872.
S. B. LOUDON,
XEVIVS BUILD ISO OS
Bridge Street, KiSintowii, Pa.,
Desires to inform his friends and the public
that he has just rw-eived a fine and faxhion
able stock of SPRING GOODS, consisting of
CLOTHS Plain Black, Blue and Brown.
CREV Dahlia, Brown and Blue.
TRICO T Biack, Blue and Brewn.
-4C0AM5 Blnaa'd Black.
CHEVIOTS All Shades.
SCOTCI1 (lOOI)S-AW Styles.
SLA CK 1iOESKISSK Superior quality
rA VTS AXI VEST PA TTERNS Fine.
SUMMER GOODS General Assortment.
I will sell any of the above goods by the
yard or pattern.
I also keep on hand a full line of J3UT
TERICK"S PA TTEKSS, consisting of Men,
Boys, and Children's Shirts, Coats, PantB
6j I will manufacture to order all kinds
of custom wobk. PRICES Reasonable, to
suit the times.
Mifilintown, April 10, 1872.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fishing, or in any way tres
passing on ihe farm occupied by the under
signed, in Milford township. All persons so
offending will be dealt wi'h to the full extent
of the law. JOSEPn FUNK.
ALL K1SDSOF CLANK WORK, &c.,done
at this OlEcc ia the neatest manner anil
i low pnocs.
Main Street, Opate Court Yard,
Are offering Large Inducement to
CARRIAGE & WAGON MAKERS,
Tbey have on hand the largest sCocS; of
IRON. HOUSE SHOES,
Nails, Paints, Leather.
In the central part of the State.
Tbey are selling
Bar Iron et 5c lb.
Horse Sloes at $7.25 3 keg.
Best Norway Nail Rods at 9e lb.
14 inch Horse Rasps at 85c eacb.
They are Celling
H Hickory Felloes at SI .10 lb set.
1J Hickory Spokes at 52 00 set.
No. 1 Gum Hubs at 90c j9 set.
No. 1 Hemlock Sole Leather at 310$ lb,
No. 1 Best Oak Leather at 40c H-
t&b ! order to close out their immeiut Hock
they will sell them at COST.-fc
Give tlicm a call before pur
Franciseus Hardware Co.
Main Street, Mifflintown.
new boot & shoe siior
In Nevin's New Building on
BRIDGE STREET, MIFFLINTOWN
fVIIE undersigned, late of tli3 ,firra of Fa
L sick & North, would respectfully an
nounce to the public that he has opened a
Boot and Shoe Shop in Major Iscvin'g New
Building, on Bridge street, MillllLtown. and
is prepared to manufacture, of the best ma
terial, all kiuds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
GENTS', LADIES AND CHILDREN.
lie nl-o keeps on hand a largo and wcll
silecled stock of
1 2eiilj-jiisnl "Work,
of all kinds, for men, womeu and children.
M.L WORK WARRANTED.
Give me a call, for I feci confident that I
can furnish you with any kind of work you
Repairing done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NORTH.
May SI, 1S72.
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THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkeFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
For the cure of weak stomach, general de
bility, indigestion, disease of Ine nervous
system, constipation, acidity of the stomach,
and all cases requiring a tonic.
The vine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Salt of Iron ire possess ; Citrate of
Magnetio Oxide, combined with the most en
ergetic of vegetable tonics Yellow Peruvian
The effect in many cases 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
ihe appetite, raises the pulse, takes off mus
cular Qabbincss, removes tbe 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 yon want to get rid of nervousness ?
Do you want energy ?
Do you want to sleep well?
Do you want brisk and vijrerous feelings ?
If you do, try Kunkel's Wine of Iron.
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thor
oughly tested by all classes of the community
that it is now deemod indispensable as a
Tonie medicine. It costs but little, purifies
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 Si per bottle. E. F. Eunkel, Sole
proprietor, 09 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 medicine,
with advice free, will come by next express
train. Fcb'J8, 1i-im
gry (Goods, 6rcfcrif5, cjnffnsirjrf, Ar.
$18,000 : . . WORTH
AT M AT U i A
' '" JUST NOW OPENED
TLLTEN & ESPENSCHADE'S,
lii-itljj-o Stroot, Millliiitowu,
And the Most Attractive Stock of Goods ever Brought
DRESS GOODS IN ENDLESS VARIETY OF PfUCES m STYLES.
Black Silks, Drap De Alma, Imperial Reps, Jatnise,
Cachmeri Rave, Australian Crape Empress,
Latest Canton Cloths, ifcc, &c,
IN GOOD VARIETY.
We respectfully solicit an examination bt f.ire purchasing t Iscwhtre.
Any and ererylhiKg, tirh as Sliairh, Clotfi. 4'ttimcrct, Flannel.
Blankefs, L'mlervrear, Hosiery, (.Hurts, if-., ifc.
WHITE GOODS DEPARTMENT,
Of any and everything at prices which tlely competition.
Quv Ekoe He art mien f ,
One of the best in the county, embracing all the New ami Test Styles
for the Fall and Winter Trade, for Ladies, Slices aud Children the
same exclusively far our trade at prices to suit all purchasers. Every
Grocery and Queensware Department.
For our Grocery and Queens ware Department we have secured
one of the finest rooms in the county in the Odd Fellows Hall.
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 ull
onr numerous friends aud customers. For quality and prices we defy competition.
EVERYBODY CORDIALLY INVITED.
"LOW PRICES FOR CASH" OUR MOTTO.
TILT EX & F.-PEXSCIIADE.
Oct. 30, 1872-ly
D. W. HARLEY & CO.'S
' Is the p'ace vibtre you can buy
irilC l)CSf 2111(1 tllO dlCSipOfit
MENS' YOUTHS' AMD BOYS' CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS, ECOTS, CHQSS, AID rUElTSSETS GCJDS.
WE are prepareJ to exhibit one of ihe mo-t clmice an't select Pine!; ever oilcred in this
market, and at ASlOXS.'JIXV LOW PRICES!
Aho, measures taken for Suits and parts of Suits, w hich will be made to order,
at short notice, very reasonable.
Itemrmher tho place, in the Nevin IJyilding, two doora west of the Kevstflne
Store, BRIDGE STKEliT, MIFFLINTOWN, FA. n.ny S, lsti'-tf
DR. P. C. KUDSO,
j,jrrvizi t son,
DEALER IX EVERVTHIXO THAT COS3T1TCTES A FII-.ST-CLASS
The public attention is also invited to his large assortment of
All persons who are in need of Spectacles will find it to thtir ndrantan to
call, as t'uey will find the largest stock in the county t s eh cf fr m. CUllK
AND HAVE YOUK EYE-SIGHT 11EST0KKI. ALo, a c;il. m'i.l as.-ortmeiitof
TOILET ARTICLES FOR THE LADIES,
With an mmense stock of NOTIONS. Something fr eveijLody, ynung
and old, at the
PATTERS OX DRUG STORK.
I). P. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. K. Sulotiff & Co.,)
Grain, Lumber, Coal,
CALCINED PLASTER. CEMENT, M.
The Highest Cash Trices Puid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &c, Sold at the
Having boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, &c, cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
tion. tiTou ean maka money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
Gtt.MS Wttt BK RECEIVED I STORE TO DE
SOLD BY THE 1st Or JcXK, lf7-i.
P. S. Osr grain 13 not elevated on men's
Mifflintown, April 2D, 1872.
A LL persons are hereby eaniionod not to
4 V interfere or meddle with four Mules now
in ihe possession of D. S. Smith, aa I have
this day purcbaord the same, and have left
them on loan with tbe said D. Hmiih, and
are subject 10 my order.
O. M. CRAIIAM.
Ferrysville, Feb. 1, 1873-4w
A A A. V A42
NEW DRUG STORE.
HANKS & HAMLIN,
Main Street, M -'jit Hitmen, I'l,
v. r.Ktis ix
DRIG , Yft .TIF.Din.-tCS,
Hair Prunes, Tooth Itiv.ihcs,
Heir Oil, Tobacco.
LAUGH VARIETY OF
i PATENT MEDICINES.
'selected with grjnt care, anl warranted from
I l'urest of WINES ASU LIQTJOr.S for Medi
j JijjrritESC'UrTIOSS compound.! with
great care. m!; 7i-ly
CSTA!JTANEOTJS EELEF AND 2GUUD,
Gnnrr.ntrcil by n'int; my
Iastant Jlclicf for Ui? Axthmi.
! I ar's inst-m'iy, relieving t:;e par'syFn
:imniediat.ly, and er.-iMing tho julicnt ! lie
down au 1 hlcop. 1 S'.tlTere 1 frotu this dis
ease twelve year", but suffer no cio.ir, am)
work ar.d sleep as well as any ono. Warran
ted to relieve iu Ihe worst Seut by
snail tn receipt of prioe, otio dul'ar fer bur ;
ask your Drttjijt for it.
ni.vs. r:. iiuiiST.
ItixHC'Txa, tttirrn Co., Pa.
Feb 11 It
ttJ,Orcceries at li'.len Fspenscbude's.
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