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A Sad Honeymoon.
About a year ago a young my named
Slotson, eon of a wealthy citizen of Ra
cine, Wisconsin, fell in love with a beau
tiful daughter of Mr. Dowd, Mayor of
the same city, also a gentleman of afflu
ent circumstances. The parents of the
. young lady had good grounds for urging
objections to her lover, whose character
was known, and they strenuously op-
posed his offer of marriage. The young
people, however, were determined on
forming a uniou, and so eloped to .Ken
ceba. Win , Leie they were duly but
cUiudetin ly nnittd in the indissoluble
ties of matiiatony. Young Slosson soon
after came to Minneapolis, Lis father fur
D Lib in p him means to purchase a fine
Louse aud to lire in a style of more than
ordinary comfort and elegance.
Slotson, it now transpires, was nothing
less than a confirmed brute, and he early
commenced a systematic a We of Lis
wife, often beating her in the most cruel
and outrageous manner. His ui. happy
and unoffending wife was totally in bis
power, and fur many months she bore
her outrageous treatment without com
pluint. Having left her home against the
inclinations and protests of her parents,
ahe did not acquaint them with tlio mis
ery which followed the disregard of their
advice in marrying the heartless wretch
who Lad so grossly deceived her. Peo
ple at the Falls, however, became ac
quainted wiihftbe circumstances, and the
fact of Mrs. Slosson's ill usage finally
reached the ears of Mayor Dowd, of Ra
cine, and be at once seut Mrs. Dowd on
a visit to their daughter to ascertain the
A few weeks ago Mrs. Dowd reached
Minneapolis on a tour of observation, and
she had cot long to wait in the new
borne of her daughter to find out that
the stories had not been exaggerated.
One morning, shortly 'after her'arrival,
while at the breakfast table, young Slos
son too exception to something, and pro
ceeded at once to assault his wife, first
striking her with Lis first, and then,
grasping her by the throat, choked her
nearly to death. The terrified mother
screamed, and attempted to relieve her
daughter from the clutches of the cow
ardly brute, and in doing so suffered Jin
like manner, for Slosson, leaving his wife
half dead, turned upon Mrs. Dowd and
knocked her down with the butt end of
a pistol, inflicting several terrible gaehes
on her head, and bruising her so severe
ly that she was coofined to her bed for
Mrs. Dowd, however, managed soon
after to telegraph the facts to her hus
band at Raciue, who, with a friend by
the name of Seymour, took the first j
train for Minneapolis to rcscuo Jthe Lap-
less women. Mr. Dowd took charge of
his daaghter, and started back to Racine
with her, leaving his wife still confined
to her bed at Minneapolis, with iuetruc
tions to follow with Mr. Seymour as soon
as she was able to endure the fatigue of
the journey. Slosson, all this time, kept
out of the way, but shortly after the de
parture of the father, he returned to the
Louse and attacked the old lady, and he
was in the very act of beating her when
lie was interrupted by policemen, who
were on the watch for him, and who re
taliated by pitching the savage scoundrel
headlong down stairs.
Complaint was now made against the
merciless scoundrel by the old lady, but
Slosson took lejr bail, and struck out for
b:a old home, in Racine, thief Kent
came to St. Paul, secured a requisition
from Governor Austin on the Governor
of Wisconsin, and last week took the
trail of the unfeeling scoundrel. Ad
vices from Racine inform us that young
Slosson was seen at that place a day or
two before Kent's arrival, but with the
assistance of his father and some friends
b was secreted, and at last ' accounts
Chief Kent had not been able to lay his
Lands on his man. Mr. Kent, however,
has by no means given up his pursuit,
and it earnestly to be hoped he may be
bronght back to Minnesota, and if he
docs not tret a chance to try some of
Jackman'a "duff " at Stillwater there is
not as much virtue in Minneapolis judges
as they have credit for. St. Panl Press.
Tub rapidity with which fish will
multiply is illustrated by the fact that
fourteen years ago fourteen black bass
were placed in the Potomac river as an
experiment, and to-day that is the best
stream in the country for black bass
A child waw born at McKeausburg,
Schuylkill couaty, a few days since,
which weighed but eight ounces, and
was well formed aud perfect in every
way It was still living at last ac
counts. A New Orleans girl recently kissed a
negro drayman in the street because he
Lad just saved Ler little sister from the
wheels of an approaching car. The for
tunate darkey also received $100 from
the gill's father.
The liquor dealers say the temperance
people interfere with their buisneas. The
highway robber also complains that his
business is interfered with.
A woman named Solt, of Centre Furn
ace Mills, Centre county, attempted to
fill a coal oil lamp while burning. The
equal followed a funeral.
It took twenty-five years of agitation
to abolish the franking abase. It died
in its eighty-second year.
Bellefonte hs a citizen over a hun
dred years old. His name is Jacob Ort-
The cere and yellow leaf Tobacco, i
D. P. PAISTE,
CRYSTAL PALACE BtnUSHa,
Invites attention to his Large Stock of
HARDWARE, IROS All) MILS,
"Which are now ready for inspection, consisting of the most de
. sirable Goods ever brought to Juniata county.
OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, fcC.
STOVES AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES
to make room for other goods. . '
"77"tll Paper sut Cost.
T Agent for Fouse's IXL Horse ind Cdtiie Powders.
, . A Spifjn2iJ l-ssofunent 'of GOODS from wMcli to Select Christmas Presents.
Pec. 11. 1872-tf I). 1 PAISTE.
The undersigned would respectfully inform the
MIFFLIXTOSVX and vicinity that he has opened
BELFORD STORE-ROOM, on MAIN STREET, MIFFLIX
TOWX, with an entire Xew Stock of Goods, consisting of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CED All WARE, TINWARE.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HATS AXDCAPS,
FULL LINE OF
Stationery, School Books, &c,
Boots and Shoes, for Men & Boys, Ladies, Misses & Children,
FLOOR AND STAIR CARPETS 'AND OIL CLOTHS,
TABLE CUTLERY, LOOKING-GLASSES,
Eight-Day and Twcnty-four-IIour Clocks, SALT by the SACK,
Cheese, Dried Fruits bought and sold, Gum Boots, Over Shoes,
and Sandals, Wheat and Buckwheat Flour, and Corn Meal,
Quilts, Bedspreads, Counterpanes, Blankets, etc., etc., etc.
All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for Goods. Prompt
payers 30 days credit. Goods delivered at any place in town
Mifflintown, fa., Dec. 18, 1872-tf
JUNIATA VALLEY BANK
JOSEPH FOMEROY, President.
T. VAN IRVIN, Cashier.
Joseph Pomeroy, iJohn J. Patterson,
Jerome N. Thompson, 'George Jaoobs,
Loan money, receive deposits, pay interest
on time deposits, buy and sell coin and Uni
ted States Bonds, cash coupons and checks.
Remit money to any part of the United States
and alio to cogland, Scotland, Ireland and
Germany. Sell Revenue Stamps.
In sums of $200 at 2 per cent, discount.
In sums of $500 at per cent, discount.
In sums of $1000 at 3 per cent, discount.
New Lumber Yard.
BEYER, GTJYER & CO.
Have opened a Lumber Yard in the bor
ough of Patterson, and are prepared to fur
nish all kinds of Lumber, such as
Siding, Flooring, Studding,
Paling, Shingles, Lath, Sash, &c,
in large or small quantities, to suit cus
tomers. 5P, Persons wanting Lumber by the car
load can be supplied at reduced rates.
BEYER, GUYEIt 4 CO.
George Goshen, Agent.
Pattarson, May 15, '72-tf
THE undersigned hereby respectfully in
forms the citizens of Mifflintown and
Patterson that his wagon will visit each of
these towns on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY mornings of each week, when
they can be supplied with
during the summer season, and also PORK
and SAUSAGE in season. I purpose fur
nishing Beef every Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Veal and Mutton every Thurs
day morning. Give me your patronage, and
will guarantee to sell as good meat as the
country can produoe, and as cheap as any
other botcher in the eonnty.
LARGEST STOCK ef Dress Goods ia the
county at Tiltea & Eapenschade's.
out in the
New Store and New Goods.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, &C.
Hain Street, Ififflintown.
HAVING opened out a GROCERY AXD
PROVISION STORE in the old stand
on Main Street, Mifflintown, I would respect
fully ask the attention of the public to the
following articles, which I will keep on hand
at all Hues :
SUGAR, COFFEE, TEA,
" MOLASSES, RICE,
y j -y rjp
DRIEU AND CANNED FRUIT.
HAM, SHOULDER, DRIED BEEF,
Confectioneries, Nuts. &c,
Flour, Feed, Sec
All of which will be sold cheap for Cash or
Country Produce. Give me a call and hear
J. v. kirk.
Mifflintown, May 2, 1872.
To all Men Whom it may Concern.
If you have anything to sell,
If you have lost anything,
If you have found anything,
If you have a hou3e to rent,
If you want to rent a house,
If you want boarding,
If you want employment,
If you want hired help,
If you want anything,
TELL THE PEOPLE OF IT
BT ADVERTISING IN THE
FORCE PUMP. .
TIIE undersigned is agent for one of the
best Force Pumps, for any depth of cis
tern or well, in the world. By attaching bose
to the spout, water can be thrown 30 to 80
feet. Nothing better could be asked in case
of fire. It is a non-freezing puisfe.
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
LARGE stock of Eeady-made Clothing for
tale by HARLEV & CO..
wttanitist', &s .
exteaordinaryTeduction is the
price of goods,
LAIRD k BELLI!
Patterson, Juniata Co., Pa.
The undersigned bee leave to tta'e, lLal
they have purchased from J. It. M. Todd. hi
entire stock of goods, and will ia ibe future
conduct the merchantile business at the Old
Stand, in the borough of Patterson, Juniata
county. Fa., wuer yiey shall endeavor to
keep constantly on liand.a full and complole
LADIES' DRESS GOODS, CONSIST
HATS AND CAPS,
ROOTS AND SHOES,
GLASSWARE, CROCK ERT,
-RlPnpS; SUGAIi. -
Having just returned from the city with the
above enumerated stock of goods, ail of
which have been purchased sinoe the great
decline in Go!d, we feel warranted in saying
that we can offer Goods at greatlv reduced fig
ures for CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mar23-tf LAIRD & CELL.
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
PENNELL'S CHEAP STORE
IX PATTERSON, PA.
THE lirgcgt and best assortment to be
found in Patterson. Thankful for the
liberal patronage heretofore received from
the public, I would respectfully announce
that 1 have just opened a very lurcre stock ol
Goods well suittd to the trade. .My stock
consists of a full assortment of fine and staple
Embracing all the materials for men, women
and children's ware, including Hatsand Caps,
Boots and Shoes, together with a large stock
of Muslins, Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil
Cloths, Mailings, io.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such as French and English Merinoes.. Pop
lins. Alpacas, De "Laines, plain and figured
Shawls, ic and also a large stock of Notions,
such as Gloves, Milts, Hosiery, Embroidered
Collars and Cuffs, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
Such as Sugars, Syrups, Coffees, Teas and
Spices. Also, a large lot of Queensware,
Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware. Fish
Salt and Nails. Together with a full assort
ment of Goods usually kept in a country store
BK,Highest price paid for country pro
duce in exchange for goods. Prices to suit
the times. May 1, 1872.
Choicest Styles ofthe Season.
. N .
Patterson, Juniata Co., Fa.
of all kinds
FOR MEN AND
Stair and Floor
I will sell my entire stock at
Greatly Reduced Prices,
CntU APRIL, 1872.
Ladies' Shoes & Gaiters,
. Under-Clothing, &c,
Suits and Parts of Suits,
HATS AND CAPS,
And Furnishing Goods
Hats ana Caps,
10 or 25 per cent, cheaner
than can be purchased else
Having a good slock, wall
selected, I hope to please all.
see te be con-
Measures taken and Suits and parts
of Suits made to order, reasonable.
Jan. 2J, 1872 Patterson, Ta.
S. B. LOUDON,
KEVUTS BUILDING ON
Bridge Street, Mifflintown, Pa.,
-Desires to inform his friends and the public
that he has just reNriTed a fine and fashion
able stock of SPRING GOODS, consisting of
CLOTHS riain rlack, Blue and Brown.
CREP Dahlia, Brown and Blue.
TRICO T Biack, Blue and Brown.
DIAGONALS Blue and Black.
CHEVIOTS All Shades.
SCOTCH GOODS All Styles.
BLA CK DOESKINS A Superior quality
PA VTS AND 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 BUT
TE RICK'S PATTERNS, consisting of Men,
Boys, and Children's Shirts. Coats, Pants
S& I will manufaeidre to order all kinds
of custom work. PRICES Reasonable, to
suit the times.
Mifflintown, April 10, 1872.
SHELLY & STAMBACGH always keep np
their stock of GROCERIES and wiil not
be excelled either in the quality or price of
their goods in tbia line. Give them a call
before going elsewhere.
RADWArS READY "RELIEF
CURES THE WORST PAINS
In from One to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONE HOUR
after reading this advertisement neeUanrono
SnPFKR WITH PAIX-
RADWATS KEAPY RKLIKF IS A CURE FOB
It wu the (IriL mad I
Tlie Only laln Remeciv
ttiit inwantly stops the most excniclatlne pains, aTlays
loQamiraiiona, aim cures uoneUon, wiieuier of the
Lungs, Stomach, Bowels, or ether c!anUs or organs, by '
IN FKOtf ONE TO TWENTY WTNCTES,
ne matter how Tiolent or exrruciatlnie the . pain tlie
KHEIJUATIC, Bed-ri1d"D. I;. Arm, Crippletl, Acrrous,
Keuntltcic, or prostrated with disease may suffer,
, RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD INSTANT EASE.
KfTLAJiMATlO.V OF THE KIDNEYS.
INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
INFLAMMATION OK THE BOWELS.
CONGESTION OF THE IUSGS.
SORE THROAT, IUFFICULT BKEATHINri.
PALPITATION OF THE HKART.
HYSTERICS. CROUP, DIPHTHERIA.
NEI KAT.OIA, RHECMATISK. "
COLD CHILLS, AOUE CHILLS.
The application ofthe Jieady Relief to the part or
pirta whrre ui p&in or difficulty exiu will ailunl mm
Twenty dropn In half a tumMpr of watw will In a few
ttoramts ("ire CRAMPS, SPASMS. Si L'R STOMACH.
HEARTWKN, PICK IIF. AKAi'HE, DIARRHEA.
DYSENTERY. COLIC, WIND JN THE BOWELS!
udill INTERNAL PAINS.
Traveler ftltould alwav turrTahortltof Ra4waY
Ready Relief with them. A frw drops In water lil
lreveot ikltne or pains from change r-f water. It it
better than French Brandy or Bittera aa a atlmuiani.
FEVER A1SO ACIE.
FIVER ANO AOl'E cured for ririy cents. There h
not a remedial aciit In this world that will cure Ftver
and Ajriie. and all other Malarb'Ua. Hilloua, Scarlet. Tr
fhoid Yellow, and other Fevers (aided fcr RAILWAY'S
PILLS) so quick as RADWAY'S KKlDt RELIEF.
Fifty cents per bottle. Sold by Druggist.
HEALTH fBEAUTY ! !
STROXO AND PURE RICH I!1.IH;. INCREASE
(r FLESH AND M EHillT-CI.EAR KIN AND
LEAUi'lFUi, COMPLEXION btt UlitO TO ALL.
HAS MADB TUB MOST ASTONISHING CURES:
SO Ml'ICKT. S'l RAPID ARE THE CilaXGt
THE ItoDY I'NIiF.I'.iiors. UNDER THE IN
FLCENCE OF TUIS TRULY WONDERFUL
Every Day an Increase in Flesh
and Weight is Seen and Felt.
THE CREAT BLOOD PURIFIER.
Tery drop of the SARSAPARILLIAN RESOLV
ENT communicates throiitfii the !.I.k-C Swear 1'Hn.
and other fluids and iiticss ofthe svstem tlie vier.r of life.
i. . ,i.. ,u . ?... t.r T.t. e j .
fur It repair th wnaten .f the tx! 'with new pv1 -u.
materiaf. Scrofula, ffrpllii. 'rnsumiitiin. Glandular
dinease. Ulcers in tb Tnroal, Mmith, 1'umorn, No!f in
the Glands rind other rarls tf the HVitrm. Sora Evea.
Strumous I'ischarfirs from the Kars. and the wort
forms of Skin dic;uKS, Eruptions, Fever Sres, Scald
Heart, King Worm, .all Khum. Krysipetaa, Acne, liluk.
rn'n. winns in trio ricsn, l tirrors, l ancer Hi Tti
Woims, and all wean er, ins snd painful dihcrtarees, Aie-'it
Sweats, I,cm of frl. anil all wastes of the file Drinci
Iiie, are witti!i the curative range of this womltr , lUor!-
ern ChemitUT, and a ftw lars tine will prove to nsr
pi"n nng ix ior enner ol taese loans l oisease lis
po'f nt pwcr to curt llifm.
If the patient, tallr becomlnir redo ted bj the wsntes
ard drconvpnitlUiin that is continually prr.jrca.iii'C. w;c
eds hi arreiutie these wastes, ai.d repairs tlie san.e witi
new u:atrlal mule from bealtlir blood and thi tis
8A riSAPAUILfil AN will and does sw-ure.
Not only does the Sasaaparillian r.-oLv!rr eife!
all known remedial ast-ntn i:i the eure of Chronic, Srrefu
lont, Corstit-jt;o;iJ, and blua diseases -t but it is tiis only
Irsitire cure fur ..
Kidncj & Bladder Cou.p!ninS4,
t'rinary, ai d Womb rfiwses, Cirarel. I'labi-tes, Propsv,
Stoppage of Water, Inotntiireuce of Uriu, Kricht's Ii't
ewe. Albuminuria, and in ail cases where there are brt'lc
dust lifposita. or the water is tnick, cloud v. rr-ied wita
suhstances Use tiio whit of an rgr;, or thrnuis like wbits
stlfc, or there is a morbid, dark, bilious appearance, and
white boue-dtist deposits, and when there is a, prifkinp,
burnine sensation when pax wxter. and f aiii in tha
Small fif the HacIs and 1ol the Lome. I'rice, :.oj.
WORMS, The or.17 knowa and curt Remedy
for llWni-iu-, Tupt, etc.
Tumor of 1-2 Years' droirlli
Cured by Ruclvray'g ESewolvent.
PCVBRLT. U -., Jtllr 19. IW.
!. RasWaTT Thsrelii.l Otaritvn Tumor in tlif'orarin anj
VwU. All th IWtt'i wi'l thre an htlp for it." 1 tried
crcry thlif thst oma rr.mnidrd ; tut nrib'pf helpJ a;. I
aw jroar rtetoivaat. m4 Uwufht I w 5uU ir it ; but htvt no feith
hi It, tatu I ttftj lulTrrawJ frar lwfl vrar. I took i tKltlft
f the Rmolvaut, smA 9it hot of Rwjnay P il. and two bot
tle, of IlMdv Rflief ; and thera it, u-it a f lju of tnemr to be
Mm r fcit, ! 1 Irrt fccltc-, in.rtr, mi.d hat pttr I'umn 1
fr twelve yatir. Tt. ri.tt turner u in tbe teU aii!v of the
bcweii,oTT tii rri'.fi. I write th!i te job foi tL bca; f
olii.ra, Vs a pubi.ta it if j"-u cfcjow. '
.liAKNAH P. KNAP?.
PERFECT PURGATIVE FILLS,
perfectly tsteW e'-artlr coated with srcet t:m.
r'K. rrii tie. ,-tirlf-, c ean-w, r.n I airrr;tlu ti.
wsy'i Til.. l'r t!'f ntre .f alt disorde-s r.f tl M. marit,
Liver, ft-weX K (l-:v, bbddcr. crvou DiseMs,
Hendaclie, i ')nbtipati-.i. ("o-tivf nis. Iii'liscntioii,
Ityj-e sia, H linn.nrm. Hi'I'-us Frvtr, Iiif!iiiiiati'--! of
the lri)frK rtte,-iin. wil iK-rr.if4ftiierit i ftbc I1i'n-al Vis
cra. Wrrrrjnted to effe.-t a poitu cure. Pcrvlv cta
bic, r inf.i;-.ihs: no :nicrci:-v, miiTa', .r d!t'tvri:tdi ne.
liT" Oitsrr- t!i- ft.t'.wii tyu-i'.utu reauitii. from
Xrirt.tr ilens of th? I :ve trs:ir;s:
Ctiftfrislion, l.iwurrl I'iie-. Fiillnfr P'wrf TS tVt fp,
eiiitv of : SH'-nnS, N.nta. !rlira. pi-jii-t f KkJ,
F'Jlium --.r rtjt in t!i lmar)i. Knnr TVns-tat!". :nk:njj f
F:j:'rimtt 'J l"t of ti. Stfrarl!. Swimn.iT.r rf tba lUd,
Hrri-iniJ f :Vult Irrih!ri5, Mi-tuHr-tr the l'.urt. ho.'r.tj
er Smf vitin Sttviti"H i-ripij in a I.vinf Pcilur. Piii rni of
V'.ui. --r Vfrm (nfor c f Vtit,' I er mnt Vu'A I a.u i
the i vfiMnrjr f F-Ui on. Veilowiieaa ef the Situ
n.i E-. is the Bi-i, Ait, li.i.l-t, klq rnl.c TUtbuef
iirt, 3nrr)in( im tkt M'j.
A ffrd5svflf RADWAY'S rTI.I.S -" r-.e the rra.
tent fiomx! t'-- s!.o !ijnr. .M-i-.r .er. P: ice. Si ceuta
p-r hi. I.Y rli!".;f.i-TS.
KEAD ' KAl.St A' 'I f L'E.' Re.d cne Iptrer
ftr.:.to RAMWAY A CO.. f" IS .tdrn t ju. New
Irim.tUoti worth thousaiitfa wi.l sk-lL you-
Oil, Paint & Varnish,
WHITE lead, red lead,
C0L0EED PAINTS Hi OIL
BUUXT UMBER, RAW UMBER,
CHROME GREEN, PARIS GREEN,
CHE0H2 YSLLQW, ESOP BLACZ,
Prussian Blue, Lamp Black,
Painl Brushes, Varnish Bruslie,
WHITEWASH BRUSHES, SASH BRUSHES
Whiting aud HoAu by the Barrel,
Soaps, Japan Dryer, While Varnish
Concentrated Lye, Babbitt's Potash,
T'ntty niul Glass:
The above goods, with a large variety of
DRUGS and PATENT MEDICINES, always
en hand at the
PATTERSON LSUG STORE.
Ciaj Glass cut lo any size desired.
Dr. P. C. RUSDiO.
July 12, 1871-tf
flK 3Jarliet Street,
We have opened for the FALL TRADE,
the largest and best assorted Stock of
Tabic, Stnir and Floor Oil Cloths, Win
dow Shades and Paper, Carpet
Chain. Cotton, Yarn, Hatting,
Wadding, Twines, Wicks,
Clocks, Looking Glasses,
Fancy UasKet, Brooms
Wooden and Willow Ware,
IN THI UNITED STATES.
Onr large increase in business enables us
to sell at low prices and furnish the best
quality of Good".
SOLE AGENTS FOR TUB
CELEBRATED AMERICAN WASHER,
THE MOST PERFECT AND SUCCESSFUL
WASHER EVER MADE.
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE AMERI
CAN WASUER in all parti ofthe State.
IIOUSE'AND LOT FOR SALE
THE undersigned offers at private sale a
Lot of Ground situated- in the borough
of Paltereon, Juniata county, having there
on erected a
New Frame DwelliM House,
and a good Hog Pen. There are Peach,
Pear, and other Fruit Trees on the Lot.
Possession given at once. For terms. &c,
call on or address
H. C. ARBOGAST,
Dec 4, '72-2m v . Port Royal, Pa.
A FINE assortment of Cloths, Cassimeres,
Vesting, ic, just received and for sale
S. B. LOUDON.
' ALT. EXT.Of
rrjRES DISEASES Of TNT "
In the wonderful mMicm to which the aftlcted
are above poiiitT. fr ivlief, the cliscoTcrrr be
lieves ho 1m combined in harmony more of Na
l'irs'4 mo?t t'tvfreijrTi rtirative properties. whicH
God ha imtUK'fl into the Testable kinrzHorn for
h;aim?the pick, than were ever before combined
in ois medicine. The evidence of thin fart ia
found in thf great variety rf mt obstinate dis
asca which U hia been f-un 1 to conqner. In the
cure of Bi-oi.ehiti, Si-vcre C'ohkIi
and the earlv atoTe of 'onnm;Miot:, it has
astonished the medical focuiiy, a:id eminent phy
tei.m pronounce it tho jrreatWt mcdic.il discove
ry of tho arc. While it c;irc liie i;vei eft t'ouhp,
it stren thens the ayntcm and pnrlfira tho
blood By it- i?reat and thorough blood pnrify
fn pruperti. it cures all Hunt or, from the
wost Scrofula toa caramon lilotcb. Pirn
ale, or Euru ptlou Mccarial diseaMC. Mine
ral Ioion, and their effect, are eradicated, and
vigorous heIDi and a twmd conetitntitm estah
li!he1. sHrymipela, Hlt IS lie urn, IfTtr
Sores. Sraly or It ouch Skin, in short,
all the mrmrojs ditea?c caused b bad blood,
are conquered by thi powerful purifying and in
It you feel auii, drowy. U-hiu tateZ. have sallow
color of skin, or yellowish bro,n spot on face or
bjdv. frquiit heaj:i.e or dizziness, bad taite in
moiitdiHntcriial hat or chil! alternated with hot
fl:iicw, 1 spirits, and gloomy foreboding, tr
realararitite. and tunne coated, yon are suffer
in? from Torpid l.ier or "liilioaP
iiem." Ia many cae of M Liver C'oin
plait"o:ily part of these symptoms are expe
rienced. As a rernedr for all such cases lr.
Pierc"a Gulden Medical Discovery h&s no eqnal,
a it effect perfect cures, leaving the livr strength
ened and healthy For the cure of Habitual
Vonatinatloft-f tho bowei it is a never fail
in? remeiiy. and thosa who have used it for this
purpose are load in its praise.
Trie proprietor offers fl.nOO reward for a medi
cine that will equal it for the cure of all the dis
eases for which it is recommended.
Sold by drnjrisM at fl per bottle. Prepared by
Tl. V. Pierre. M. D.. Sole Proorietor. at his Chemi
cal Laboratory. 133 Seneca street. Buffalo, N. Y.
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Essay on the radical cure (with
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pointing oftt a mode of cure at once simple,
certain, and effectual, by means .of which
every sufferer, no matter what his condition
may be. may cure himself cheaply, privately
tifTuis Lecture should be in the hands of
every youth and every man in the land.
Pent, under sel, in a plain envelope, to
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Also. Ir Cufferweira " Marriage Guide,"
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NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Through and Direct Itonte to Wnahi
ton, Baltimore, F.lmira, tlie.
liulfalo, Kochrster and
V 1572, the trains on the Northern Central
Railway will run as follows :
Mail Train leaves Baltimore
arrives at EIniira
Cin'ti Exp. leaves Baltimore
... 8:30 a m
. 1 :2S p m
.- 6:45 p ni
.10:::o p m
S:10 p n:
arrives at llarrisburg 12:2 p m
r ast Line leaves Baltimore l:lo p m
leaves Harrisburg 4:50 p m
arrives at Williamsporl 8:35 p m
Nort'rs Ex leaves Baltimore 10:3(1 p m
arrives at Harrisburg... '2:20 a m
Niagara Ex leaves Baltimore- 7:40 a m
leaves Harrisburg J0:"0 a m
leaves Wililamspoi t 2:20 p m
leaves EIniira.. 5:20 p m
arrives at Canandagua- 8:0O p m
Enn Mail leaves Harrisb'g 4:'J." a m
leave.s Sunbury 6:.'!0 a m
leaves Williamsport 8:40 a m
leaves Elmira ...12:'0 p m
arrives at Canandaigua 3:50 p m
Mail Train leaves Elmira 5:3o a m
leaves Williamsport.... 9:15 a m
leaves Harrisburg 2:05 p m
arrives at Baltimore...- 6:30 n m
r ast Link leaves Harrisburg ,
arrives at Baltimore-..
Eeik Expa's leaves Sunbury .
a: rives at Harrisburg..
Erik Mail leaves Canandaigua
leaves Elmira ..
leaves .Sunbury ...
arrives at Harrisburg.
5:30 a m
.. 8:45 a m
9:40 a m
.. 2:45 p m
. 6:30 p m
.11:05 p m
.. 2:45 am
Pacific Ex. south lenvrs Harrisb'g 10:40 a m
arrives at Baltimore-... 5:00 p m
Cincin'i Ex. leaves Harrisburg 10: 10 p m
arrives at Baltimore...- 2:15 a m
Niagara Ex leaves Canandaigua-...l 1:30 a m
leaves Elmira 2:20 p m
leaves Williamsport....- 6:10 p m
arrives at Harriaburg.l0:15 p m
Bal. Acc. leaves Harrisburg 8:00 a m
arrives at Baltimore ...-12:15 a m
Mail Train north and south. Fast Line
north, Pacific Express south, Erie Express
south, and Baltimore Accommodation sonth,
Niagara Express north and south. Northern
Expres- north and Cincinnati Express south
daily except Sunday.
Eric Mail north to -Williamsport, Cincinna
ti Express north and FaBt Line south leave
Erie Mail south, 'daily except Monday.
Erie Mail south connects at Harrisburg with
Fast Line sonth for Baltimoie.
Niagara Express south connects at Harris
burg with Cincinnati Express south for Bal
Erie Express south connects at ITarrishurg
with Paciha Express south tor Baltimore.
Erie Mail north connects at Williamsport
daily except Sundays, for Elmira, Canandai
gua, Rochester, Buffalo and Suspension
For further information apply at the Ticket
Office in the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
ALFRi.U R. F1SKE.
Harrisburg, Oct. 28, 1872.
WELCH So GRIEFITHS,
Manufacturers of Saws,
SUPERIOR TO ALL OTnERS.
EVEttV SAW WARRANTED.
FILES, BELTING MACHINERY.
6Price Lilts and Circulars free.
WELCH & GRIFFITHS.
Boston, Mass., & Detroit, Mich.
Vrswsar f.ttm are not a viTe rv
made of Poor Rum, WLiskw, P? Spirit,
Liquors, doctor; .nice and swtcrm) V? R" ;
Ujtc, alfcj -Tonics." - A riS??
c .h lead th. nIer o drS"
but are a true Medicine, made from theHS?
and Iierbsot-Califerma. free from all A icohoL I i'"'
Thev .re the Great U,oM Pcnner d , L'
Prmcple,. Perfect Renovator and l,,,,.' "2
Srstem. carry,;,- oTT all po-vonm., mter and -1
the blood to a :.ea:t,,eonda.on.,nr:c!e" refte0'
Ijd inv,toratm? coth mind and bodT. Tl,,, !
of adinmistration, promnt in tl.eir action eertiniS?
resnits, ,e ami re liable in all form, of HiSS
o Person can take throe Cuter. lf...
log to direcona. and remain lont anweil. r.!S
their bones are not destroyed br mineral poison -T"'
and the va. Sa, wasted
n .be. Shoulders C..,-;!,s. T,shte rf l" fe?
ness. Soar tr.ict.,ilu, f ,he Swmaclt V,J t??
m me .nouiii. i;,! Atracii..
Hearr. Inflammation ofbe l.,
,ui rV V nd a,h"T'd!I other painft
ST HI pt DIM,
jrucac. il a m
For inllainniatorr and Chronl Khtm.
malism and Gout, Uvspcpstaor Ind-esiwn,"" o?T
kemmeist and Irterm.tteni Fer fi'u
Blood, L.ver. K:dnev and n:rf(!-r, if,,; B.ttm hit.
bee t . fceful. Such Dtseae, are aJw
V itinted Blood, wli-ch jcneraily produced br dennr.
ment of the Digest t re Or:inn..
Ther are m Uentle Pnraliv We!l a
a Tonic, poucuimt also the pecit.iir ment t aminm
as a powerful a?ent m re!iein Coneir, I r fowl
Bf-leaw aud Visceral Org.ms, and im Buitm
For Slcln DImmm, Knpiiwi, Tetter SN
Rheunt, Blotches, Spots, Pmiples, PaituJes, boils. Cap
rmncles. Ring worms Scald-Head. Sore Eyes, r
tipelas. I tch, Scurfs I icoloratmus of tlie Slua, Hnmxl
and Diseases of the Skin, of whatever name or aahlreT
are literally du- np and carried rmi of the srstem in a
short time by the use of these B tiers. Ont botileiti
such eases will convince tlie most incredulous ef their
Cleanse the VltUtcil Blood whenever rota
find its impurities burs tine; tl trough the skin in Pimpf
Eruptions or S-res; cleanse it when you .nd h e
itrncted and sluggish in the reins : cleanse it when it
foul ; your feelings will tell you when. Keep the Wood
pure, and the health of the system will foiltw.
Grateful thonntls proclaim Vinegar Bit
ts the most wonderful Invigorant that ever SMstaiaetl
the smkm system.
Pin, Tape, and other Worms, lurking iw
the system ot so many thousands eiTectuaily de
Uroyed and removed. Sayi a dittmeuished ptiysiol.
Dgist: There isscarceiy an individual upon the face of the
earth whose bodv is exempt from the nresenrt mi
It is not upon the healthy elements el tlie body that
worms exist, bnt oron the diseased humors and slimy
deposits that breed these living monsters of disease.
No system of Medicine, no vermifuges no anlheltnia
itics will tree the system from worms like these Bit
ters. IMechanlcal Diseases. Persons engaged m
Paints and Minerals such as Piumiiers Tvpe setten.
Gold-beaters and Miners, as they advance m life, will
be subject to paralysis of the Brme'ls T- Ruard against
this uke a dose af VVackbr's Vinscar Uirress once
or twtce a week, as a Preventive.
fill lone, Hemiltent, and Intermit ieat
fevers, which are so prevalent in tlie valleys ef onr
great rivers throughout the United States especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohi Missouri, minors Ten
nessee, Cumlerland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Bra res
Rio Grande. Pearl, Alabama, Mobile. Savannah, Roe
oke, James and many others their vast tributa
ries, throughout our entire country dtirin; the Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably so dnrin seasons of
nnusul heat and dryness are invariahiy accompanied
by eatensive deramements of tlie stomach and liver, and
ether abdominal v;scra. There are always more or less
obstructions of the iirer, a weakness and irritable state
ef the stomacli, and great torpor of the bowels, being
dogged np with vitiated accumulations. In their treat
ment, a purpart re, everting a powerful influence open)
these various orais is essentially necessary. There n
no cathartic fnr the purpose equal to Dr. J. Walkrr's
Vinbgar I.itthrs, as they will speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with winch the bowels at
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restoring the healthy fuectieua
ofthe digestive ergans.
Scrofula, or lwlist;s F!vll, White SwelMnrs
Ulcsrs Erysipelas Swelled Neck, GNter, Scronilmfe
lufl.immations Indolent Inflammations Mercnnai Af
fections Old Sores Eruptions of tlie Skin, Sore E "ev
tc,etc In these, as in ali o(hfT constitutional Dis
eases, Waukkh's Vinegar Pittkws have shown their
ejeafe curative powers in tlxs most obstinate aad istrac:
Dr. Walker California Tlnegar BKIara
act on all these cases in a similar manner, by parifytac
tlie B'ood they remove the cause, and byresoivmg away
the erfecrs of tlie inflammation (the tubercular depnaut)
the aiTected parts receive health, and a permanent care
Tho properties of Dr. War.KirR's Vhtroar
Pittbrs are Aperient. Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious Laxative, Diuretic. Sedative, Ctuuli.r-irritant.
Sudorific, Alterative, and Antt-lliltoits.
The Aperient and mild laxative properties ef
Dr. Walker's Vinruar Hettrrs are the best sate
gnard in ait cases of eruptions and malignant Rtvers,
their balsamic h-alintr, and soothing properties protect
the humors of tlie tauci, '1 heir Sedative properties
allav pain in the nervoas system, stornacli, and bowels,
e.ther from inflammation, wind, coiic, cramps, ew.
Their Counter-1 rri tint fntluence extend throughimt
tlie system. Their Ioretic properties act en the Kid
neys correcting and reetilatiit the flow ef urine. 1 keif
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the biliary dnets
and are superior to ail remedial agents, for the cure ef
Bilious Fever, Fever and A-rue. etc.
Fortify the boils' aatiaat dlweava bv jmri
fying all its fluids with Vinhgr P-ittrss. No epi
demic can take hold of a svstera thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the bowels the k:doeys, and the
nerves are reudered disease-proof by this great mvig
erant. Direction. Take of the Bitters en gotng tebetl
at night from a half to one aud one-half wine-glassful!.
Eat good nourishing food, such as beefsteak, mettoit
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, aad rake
out -door exercise. They are composed of jntreiy veget
able ir.gredtents and contain no spirit
J WALKER, Prop'r. R. H. McroXALD.C
Dmrrtsls and Gen. Agts., San Francuccs Cai..
and cur. of Washington and Charlton Sf s.. New York.
SOLD EV ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
TIIE uadersifened begs leave to inform lb,
public that be has purchased the GRIST
MILL, in Milford township, recently owned
by Jacob Lemon, and, having remodeled and
otherwise improved tbe same, is now pre
pared to accommodate all who may favor him,
itn tneir patronage.
Wheat Floor aad Sifted Cora Meal al
ways on hand and for stale, whole
sale and Retail.
Also, Shorts, Bran, Ship-stuff and Chp
Flour and Feed will be delivered to fami
lies if desired. His wagon will visit Mifflin,
Patterson and Perrysville three times a week.
Persons needine flour or feed, can leave
their or lers at the Store of John Etka ia
Mifflin, or at Pennell's Store in Patterson,
or addressing a note to Box 35, Patterson
GRAIN OF ALL KINDS BOUGHT AT
P. II. II AWN.
Apr. 3, 1872-3m
New Tin and Stove Establishment,
Perrysville, Juniata Coua'y, Pa
TIIE undersigned has opened out a new
Tin andSiove EstaMichmentin the room
on Railroad Street, next door to the Tusca
rora Hotel, where he would be pleased to see
all who are in want of Tinware. Stoves, 4c.
(Ie wiR also give pro:npt attention to ail or
ders for Rooting. Spouting and Jobbing, all
of which he guarantees to put up with the
best of material and in a workman-like maa
ner. Having bad over ten years experience
in the business he flutters himself that he
can give entire satisfaction to the public.
He keeps on hand tbe celebrated Ximrod
Cook Stove, which is the best baker, most
economical and heaviest plated Btove now ia
use. He will keep on hand the Oriental
Ileateis, and a general assortment of the best
Stoves manufactured. JOHN DCNBAR.
TIIE undersigned, manufacturer of Jami
son's Improved Plow, calculated for all
kinds of plowing, and in all kUds of ground,
sold cheaper than any other Plow in th
County. He manufactures all kinds of Cast
ings, Bells, Stoves. 4e. He will also repair
reapers and threshing machines. Give me a
call, or address.
J. IT. ROGERS.
Walnut P. O.
auj 18 1850 -tf ' Juniata Co. P-
GO to the Jcxiata Sestisel Job Prinrinf
Office for all kinds of riain and fancy