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Cjjc Juniata tntiirrl.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAT 14, 1873.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILUOAD. ON AND
after Sunday, Dee. 22, 1872, Pessepger
Iniii will leave Mifflin Station as follow :
Philadelphia Express 1:10 A. M.
Put tine 4:0$ A. M.
Pacific Express 10:07 A. 1.
Harrieburg Accommodation 11:28 A. M.
Mail Train 6:18 P. M.
Chicago Express 8:31 P. M.
Cincinnati Express 9:03 P. M.
Pittsburg Jwpress.. - 1:08 A. M.
GineinnaliWiDress 1:"S A. M.
... 4:08 A. M
... 6:43 A. M.
... 10:08 A. M.
... 8 88 P. M.
... C.33 P. M.
Fast Lin ..
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
- " " K0TICE.
TheToUowing scale of prices for announce
ments of candidates, in the Sestisbl. for or
Bee at the approaching election to be pub
lished weekly ontil the Primary Election-
will be rigidly adhered to : Senate, J15;
Legislature, $10; Sheriff, Register and Re
corder,. Commissioner and Treasurer, $5
each. Communications recommending can
didates for office, 25 cnl per line.
. flo announcement or communication will
bo published unlets accompanied by the
TOWN A.ND COUHTRV.
Ths raaples'about the square are dis
playing their shade.
Oats sowing has not yet Leen entirely
completed in this country.
Ms.-David Beshoar, of Fermanagh
township,- has read the Bible through
thirty times. -
Th hardest thing to live up to, and
the only thing worth coveting in this life
i Alcoholic liquors Bhould be sold as
&ug8?wiu' 'restrictions such 'as. hedge
the sale of poisons.
qfn. David Eeso is building a bCn
on thfr farm north of tho mansion farm,
in Fermanagh township.
Chebrt street will be shorn of its
chief feature this summer the cherries.
The blossoms on the trees are few.
What has become of the new railroad ?
is a common question. Patience, patience
with the strength that Job had it, is all
that is wanting.
Thb frame-woik of Squire Iluzzard's
new bouse was put up Jon Saturday, and
blown down by the heavv storm of wind
yesterday afternoon. Quite a loss.
Thb P. R. R. Co. issne tickets in par
eels of fifty, to business men and families.
at greatly reduced ratrs, at the station
For particulars inquire of Mr. North.
Thb Wanderinjr Jew is said to have
made his appearance in Connecticut. He
has "never Ix-en to Mifflin, to the knowl
edge of the oldest inhabitant Many
would like to see the antiquated gentle
A PRETTY chestnut colored cml of
lady's hair lay on the crossing at the in
tersecllon of West Washington and Third
streets, on Snnday mm Ling. Many were
the compliments tbat were passtd on it.
by those who passed by who uoticcd it
-. ... 1 : ;m .
Or the 45781' weighing machines
turned out by the Fairbanks Scale Com
pany ia 1673, 5,243 were of foreign
standards, and a. large proportion of these
were of the prime sizes, railroad-track,
miners', transportation, and other large
David Fink and others, on Saturday,
were on a hand car, on their way to
work. A short distauce below Black
Log Station, a small stone on a rail so
disturbed the balance of the car that Mr.
Fink fell off and broke an arm.
Attention, Juniata Scouts. You
are hereby ordered to parade in Johns
town, on Saturday, May 31, 1873. Sa
br exercise at 10 J o'clock prompt.
By order of J. K Robinson,
Mathew Rogers, O S.
Attention is called to the advertise
ment of C. 6 Winey, Administrator of
Reuben Landis, dee'd., offering at public
ale, on Saturday, June 21st, a tract of
18 acres of land in Delaware township,
with good house, bank barn, shoemaker
shop, and other outbuildings thereon
Tub murderer of Lizzie Cliue at Saltz
Ijurg an account of which we published
last week- are yet at large. Two men,
gainst whom the suspicion was so strong
at first that there was danger of the en
forcement of lynch law, after a most
searching examination, were, satisfactori
ly, to the people, released. It is hoped
the guilty parties may yet be found.
NoTICB TO DiXEOATfcS TO S. S. CON
VENTION. The Committee of Arrange
ments of the Juniata Sunday School
Association will provide entertainment
for all delegate who send their names to
the chairman on or before the 24th iust.,
but will not agree to entertain any others.
Therefore, as soon as they are appointed,
they will at once notify him of their in
tention to be present. When the dele
gates arrive in town they will please re
port themselves, without delay, to the
Committee at the Presbyterian church.
All ministers and Sunday School super
intendents in the county are members,
ex officio. Each school is requested to
send four other delegates.
By order of the Committee
Lccien W. Dotv,
Chairman Com. Arrangements. 3. 8. S. A.
' Mifflintown, Pa.
The various committees that on Sun
days usually visit tlie pig-styes in hog
fattening time, do this spring, between
showers, visit the different new itouses in
the course of construction.
Thb United States postal cards are
being issued by the Post Master General.
They are between five and six inches
lone, and three inches wide. ' There are
ruled lines on the stamped side for the
address. The word "To " is on the
back of the cards. Th, communication
is intended to folfow that word. Tbey
will be sold for one cent. ' The object is
cheap letter or postal communicatien.
Pcblio Sale.: David Reno will offer
at public sale, at his residence in Fer
managh township, on Monday, Juee 2,
1873, Two mares, (one beng with foal)
1 good driving mare, 1 yearling colt, 2
milch cows, 5 Head young cattle, three
four horse wagons, 1 Eirby reaper an
mower combined, horse rake, threshing
machine, fodder 'cutter, apple grinder,
corn planter, hay pitcher, cook stove,
table, chairs, &c. Sale at 10 o'clock.
Fatal Accident. Johnson Wi'.iiami
a young man from near Carlisle, Cum
berland county, who had recently got a
situation as brakemau on a freight train
-as caught between two cars while in the
act of coupling a train at the upper cross
ing at Patterson, on Saturday, about hall
past ten o'clock A. M., and so seriously
injured that he died abnut fifteen rain
utes past ten o'clock, A. 51.,-on Sunday
llis remains were taken home for burial
A Great Excitement on tub P. R
R. at Patterson. While the cars are
passing daily since April 25, 1S73, tl:
passengers and conductors are greatly
aniitiyed by the rush on Bridge street
they having been fooled down the street
several times to hunt up the trouble, and
every time found the people rushiug into
travcr's Clothing Bazar arid coining out
in a iew ouit, snouting as -tnougn tuey
had been to the Happy Land: Gents
youths and boys, call around and be
Somb people say thero is both a dog
and hog law needed in Mifflin. Th
former they allege is needed to extirpate
the horde6 of worthless dogs, and the
latter is needed to house the troops ol
rooting boss. It is suggested tbat some
of these gentlemen read the dog story
publixhed on the first page of this paper,
to the city fathers. Perhaps the mere
possibility of. such a ludicious dog play
taking place in the village might induce
them to pais a law or ordinance relative
to dogs. .
Are Coming. The Alleghauians Vo
calists and Swisa Brll Ringers, first or
gatiizcd twenty-six years ago, aud whose
name has become Hie household word of
the music loving people of all nations
and L.'e continuous (ravels have ex
tended to all parls-ofthe civilized globe,
will appear at Graybill's Hall, on Tues
any evening. May 2? 1873. and every
one who enjoys good home music music
that will take you back to" The "good
days of yore," and make you forget dull
care, should attend their concert. Their
Repertoire embraces a large collection of
Vocal Quartettes, arranged in their own
peculiar style : also a variety of the
sweetest English, Irish, Scotch, German.
and Spanish Ballads extant : Humcrou"
Songs, Duetts, etc.. Arias, Cavatitas
aud Scenes, from works of the most pop
ular Italian and French masters In ad
dition to their usual choice selections of
Vocal Music, they will play several
pieces on their new Swiss Bells.
The Alteghanians -present free to eve
ry lady and gentleman on entering the
hall with a "Musical Programme," which
is fully worth the price of admission and
is a new feature in their concert.
"An Old Established Firm. The
firm of S M.Pettengill ic Co. commenced
their Advertising Agency in the, old
Journal building. No. 10 State Street.
Boston, nearly a quarter of a century
ago (February 1S49), where their Agen
cy is still located, carrying on a large
and successful business. They estab
lished a branch in New York City, May
1852, which has grown to be larger than
the parent house, increasing steadily,
year by year, until now it has the agency
of nearly every newspaper iu the Uuited
States and British Provinces, and does a
yeaily business ot sundress ot tlious-
ds of dollars. S. M. , Pettengill Ic
Co. have recently opened another branch
office at 701 Chestnut Street, Thiladel
phia, where they are doing a successful
increasing business. They have done
advertising exceeding ten millions of dol
lars sinco commencing business. This
firm is favorably known not only through
out this country, but in all parts of the
world. They have established a repu
lation for honorable aud fair dealing
which any firm might envy, and but few
have attained to We congratulate them
upon their success. We would recom
mend all who want adverting done in
any part of the - country to call upon
them. They can point to hundreds of
business men who have followed their
advice, and trusted to their sagacity, aud
availed themselves of their facilities, who
have made fortunes for themselves, and
they are daily assisting others in the
same path." Boston Journal May Sth.
Attention, Guards! Special
Meeting. The members of the Fayette
Union Guards are requested to meet at
their armory in McAlisterville, on Saturday-,
May 17th, at one o'clock P. M.
Business of vital interest to the Com
pany is to be transacted, and the pres
ence of every member on the roll is de
tired. By order of the Captain.
.Wm. Shwk, O. S.
Thb County Commissioners were in
town on Monday looking to the repair
ing of the Court House.
Thb greatest medicine to abate pain
and rheumatism ia "Kunkel's Pain Slay
er." For sale at Banks & Hamlin's
Drug Store, Mifflintown.
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 reinvigorating powers.
New Goods. Just received at J. W
Kirk's Store, Main street, Mifflintown,
Pa., a full line of Goods, consisting of
Dry Goods, Groceries, Notions, Boots,
Shoes, Fish, Salt, Meat, Confectioneries,
Fruit, Nuts, Tobacco, Segars, Sec, which
will be sold cheap for Cash or Country
Produce. Give me a call, examine goods,
and bear prices.
The Lewistown Gazelle says : Emma,
the only child of James Collanbine, re
siding at the station across the river, was
instantly killed on Friday evening at the
ort curve on the Mifflin & Centre Rail
road in the rear of the old station house,
now occupied as an eating house, by be
ing struck by some cars which the shifter
was backing towards the junction. The
mother had left tfce house but a few mo
ments bt-foie to obtaiu milk for supper,
leaving the little girl at home. She how
ever got out towards tho track, and pro
bably became bewildered bythe cries of
several persons who saw her danger, was
struck by the cars, and the upper part of
her head almost taken off. She was an
interesting and intelligent child, a little
over four years old. and the sad bereave
ment of the parents created unusual
Local Option, despite the sueers of the
hypocrites who, while pretending to favor
it take every occasion to decry its work
ings, is gaining favor by its marked con
trast with the old whisky days. Drunk
enness on toe streets is ot rare occur
ence ; the loafers w ho used to frequent
drinking places are scattering to other
and better pursuits ; and numbers from
the country whossed to take the bull
by the horns on Saturdays aud pay days
as a rule, go homo sober to happy wives
and entiling sweethearts 'Thank God,
for local option," said a poor woman the
ither day ; 'my liusb tud to day brought
me home a dress the firet present in
nine long and droary years!"
Eleven deer in one troop, probably
aware of the game law iu their favor at
this time of year, came down Beatty's
knob into the open fields sotno ten days
or so ago, performing all kinds of antics,
puch as running, jumping fences, &c.
Decoration Day The following
general order haj been issued from the
headquarters of the Grand Army of the
Republic, Department t( Pennsylvania,
under date of April 23. 1S73 :
In accordance with our rules and reg
ulations, Friday, May 30th, will be ob
served as a memorial dayfor the purpose
of strewing with flowers, or otherwise
decorating the graves of comrades who
died in deleiise ot.tueir country during
the lato rebellion, or who have since
passed away. Citizens -generally, mili
tary and civic associations, churches and
Sunday schools should be invited to par
ticipate, and in places where there are no
Costs of the Grand Army, it is hoped
that the citizens will join together for
his purpose, that fitting services njay be
held in every church yard or cemetery
where our dead heroes sleep.
The manner of conducting these ser
vices is optional with Posts, but those
desiring it, can obtain copies of tho form
of ceremonies, as furnished last year by
making immediate application to the A
Attention is especially invited nt this
time to the recommendation from Nation
al headquarters last year "that flowers
and shrubs be planted at each grave, in
order that when we are gone, the seasons
in their ceaseless round, may in our stead
adorn the sleeping places of our com
rades." By order of R. B Beatu,
C. S. Greene, A. A. G.
ZE1DERS McDOSALD On the 8ih inst.
by Rev. T. J. Sherrard, Mr. Wilson J. Zeiders
and Miss Isabel E. McDonald.
EWING SHUMAN On the 8ih inst., by
Rev. D. M. Blackwelder, Mr. D. S. Ewing,
of Johnstown, this county, and Miss Anna
Sburaan, of Milford township.
McCACIIAN HORNING. On the 11th
inst., by the same, Mr. J. W. McCahan and
Miss Magie A. Horning, both of Milford
township, this county.
TRUE On the 6th inst , in this borough,
Henrietta True, wife of Charles True, aged
about 30 years.
PATTON On the 7th inst., in Walker
township, Gustin S. Patton, aged 51 years.
BLATCHLET S IMPROVED
g s Cucumber Wood Pump.
Tasteless, Durable, Efficient,
S J and Cheap. The beet Pump
tor me least money. Alien-
fyayion is especially invited to
m JBlatchley's Patent Improved
Bracket and ew Drop Check
W Valve, which can be with
drawn without removing the
t pump or disturbing the joints.
H Also, the Copper Chamber,
which never cracks or scales, and will outlast
any other. For sale by dealers everywhere.
Send for Catalogue and Price-List. .
Cuas. u. I -latch lit, Manufact r,
50G Commerce St., Philada., Pa.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Fishing, or in any way tres
passing on the lands of the undersigned, in
Milford township. AH persons so offending
will be dealt with to tbe full extent of the
law. P. H. UAWN.
Dee. 4, 1872-tf
T ARGEST STOCK ef Dress Good i the
couaty at Tilten 4 EspenichaeVs.
Prices of Board of Commerce.
Reported weekly for the Juniata Sbxtinbl
by tbe Board of Commerce of Mifflin and Pat
Butter "ft lb..... 30
Eggs, dot 15
Lard, lb 8
Country Soap 8
Beeswax ............ 25
Tallow - 8
Wool, washed . fiO
Dried Apples ........ 10
" Peaches, pared - 20
" Peaehes, unpared 15
" Cherries, pitted ........... 20
Country Hams-.... . 12
Sides and Shoaldera.....A....... 7
Potatoes, Tjt bus 40
Onions " - -
Ground Alum Salt, f) sack. .....v.. 2 25
Railroad Ties ......... .......... 60
Locnst Posts, mortising .................... 3'
for board fence.. 13
Shelley & Stambaugh's Price Current.
Cktstal Palace, MifaintowB,
May 14, 1873;
Prime Roll Butter, per lb ..
Eggs, per doien..........
Lard, per tb ....m
Tallow, per !b ........
Dried Apples, per lb......... -
" Cherries, seedless, per lb
unseeded ... ............
" Blackberries.. .........
Walnuts, per bus -
Shellbarks... - --
Chickens, live, per lb-
Hum? " ...... -
Shoulders " -....1
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 CO
D. P. Sulouff & Co.'$ Prices Current.
White Wheat, bus -.. $ 1 75
Red " " - 1 "0
Oats - 57
Ctoverseed 6 00
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, ton .....
Nut " " ,
Pea " "
Run of Log, 4 4, 1000 ft ..
5-8; " ..
" ' 8-4, "
" " 6-4, "
Hemlock Frame, "
" Boards. "
Whitepine worked Flooring...
J 6 00
.25 00to40 00
. 2500to40 00
German Siding 35 00
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, window-.... 65
" " 9x12. ' 75
' 10al2, " 80
" 10x14, " 90
raiLAPELrbia, May 13, 1873.
Floch The market continues dull, but
prices remain without change The demand
is principally to supply the immediate wants
of the home consumers, and only 1000 bbls
changed hands, including
Superfine $4 75,5 CO
Extras .. $0 006 75
N. W. Extra Family $7 608 25
Ohio & Ind. do. do $8 50(a9 50
Tenna. do. do. $8 25f3;9 00
Fancy Brands...- $9 75(11 50
Grain. There is not much activity in the
Wheat market ; prices, however, remain
without change. S.iles of 4500 bus. western
red at $1 b7al 98 ; $2a 2 03 for amber, and
$2 0oa2 15 for white. Rye is quoted at 9-5o
Corn is in moderate request ; sales of 6500
bush, yeilow in the oars at 61c, and some
mixed at 64c. Oats are . steady anc' meef
with a fair inquiry ; sales of 10,000 bushel
western white at 51a52c, and soma mixed at
Skkds Cloverseed is dull and nominal al
P9c. Timothy sold at $4 25 per bus.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Monday, May 124 P. M.
The Cattle market was dull this week, but
prices remain about the same as l-ist quoted.
The receiDts reached 2000 bead. Sales of
choice and extra at 7a8o ; fair to good at
6a7c, and common at 4a5s per lb.
Cows and calves were steady at $3075.
Receipts 200 bead.
Sheep attract considerable attention, and
full prices are obtained. Sales of wooled at
7a8c for choice and 6aG$c for common, and
clipped at CJaGjo for choice. Receipts 8000
Hogs sold freely at $8a8 50 for cornfed.
Receipts 6000 head.
WANTED We will give men & women
Business that will Pay
from $4 to $S per day, can be pursued in
your own neighborhood ; it is a rare chance
for those out of employment or having lei
sure time ; girls and boys frequently do as
well as men. Particulars free.
Address J. LATHAM A CO,
292 Washington SL, Boston, Mass.
Cheap Farmsj J
The cheapest Land in market for sale by ths
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY
In the Great Platte Valley
3,000,000 Acres ia Central America,
Now for sale in tracts of forty acres and up
wards on rivE and tee teas' credit At 6 rx
CENT. No ADVANCE INTIBEST REQUIRED.
MlLtt A5D HEALTHFUL CLIMATE, iERTILE
SOIL, AN ABUNDANCE OF GOOD WATER.
THE BEST MARKET IN THE WEST !
The great mining regions of Wyoming, Col
orado, Utah and Nevada being supplied by
the farmers ie the Platte Valley.
Soldiers Entitled to a Homestead of 160 Acres,
BEST LOCATION'S FOR COLONIES.
FREE nOMES FOR ALL ! Millions of
acres of choice Government Land open for
entry under Ihe Homestead Law, 1 near this
Great Railroad, with good markets and all
the conveniences of an old settled country.
t ree passes to purchasers or Railroad Land.
Sectional Maps, showing the Land, also
new edition of Descriptive Pamphlet with
new Maps mailed free everywhere.--'-- '
Address O. F. JBAVI8,
Land Committioner IT. P. R. R.
FOR ONE DOLLAR.
We will send FREE by mail, on receipt of
One Dollar, 25 packets of choice Flower
Seeds and our Catalogue, containing upwards
of 1 ,000 varieties, with full directions for cul
ture, to any address in the United States.
Catalogues free on application.
DEE & DOYLE, Seedsmen & Florists,
37 i remoni street, Boston.
WE WANT AN AGENT
In this township to canvass for tbe new, val
uable and fast selling book by Dr. JOHN
THE SCIENCE OF A NEW LIFE.
Recommended and endorsed by prominent
ministers, physicians, religious and secular
papers. No other book like it -published.
$40 per week guaranteed. Address; .
CUWAS CV., 13 Eighth St., N. T.
EVERT VAX HIS OWN PAI.1TER
Or, PAINTS How to Select and Use Them.
A plain treatise, containing sample oard
with 42 different actually painted shades and
tints, with instructions for exterior and in
terior House Decoration.
ti copies, bound in cloth, for $5. Sample
copies, paper cover, mailed, post paid, to any
address, on receipt of 10 cents, by the Pub
lisher, - ITENRY CARET BAIRD,
Box r024, Post-Office, Philadelphia.
See the following valuable exiractt from prat
"A very valuable book, and no one intend
ing to paint should fail to read it N. T.
"We did not know so much could be said
on tbe subject of painting a house nntil we
read this excellent book of Mr. Baird's."
N. T. Herald.
"A want long felt at last supplied." Sci
"Not only a necessity t the painter, but
valuable to every occupant of a dwelling.
A". Y. World.
"Buy 25 copies of this book and distribute
them among your friends. If tbey will beed
the advice therein, you could make no more
valuable present." Chicago Tribune.
"In publishing this book Mr. Baird has
done a real service to the community. Tole
'We hope the publisher will sell 100.000
copies of this book during 73."- Botton Ad
vertiser; 'We have just painted onr house as ad
vised by the author, and congratulate our
selves that no dwelling in our neighborhood
excels ours in appearance." Harper' t Week
ly. "In selling a sample copy for 10 cents, Mr.
Baird must feel certain an orSer for 25 bouni
in cloth will follow. "Frank Lulie.
"We know the town aud eouutry paints
therein recommended, and can vouoh for
their value and the excellence of ths "Har
rison" brand ef white load." Phila. Ledger.
" Ke'wingj' BXacliino
IS THE BEST IN THE WOULD.
Agents wanted. Send for circiular. Address:
"DOMESTIC" SEWING MACHINE CO..N.T.
Use the Reisingcr Sash Lock and Support to
FASTEN YOUR WINDOWS!
No spring to break, no cutting of sash ; cheap,
durable, very easily applied : holds sash at
any place desired, and a self-fastener when
the sash is down. Send fltamn fnr nirffiil&r-
Circular and six copper-bronzed locks sent
to any address in the U. S., postpaid, on ro
ceiDt of 50 cts. Liberal inducements to the
trade. Agents wanted. Address REISING-
ER SASH LOCK CO., No. 418 Market street,
WELCH & GSIEFITHS,
CQ Manufacturers of 5aws,
!; SUPERIOR TO ALL OTHERS.
EVERY SAW WAItRAlVTED.
. FILES, BELTING A MACHINERY.
5 JKg-LIBEKAL HISCOUNlS.-a
?3iT:. t :.a. i n: i e
nS L 1 ua "4SL3 nuu cuitra irer.
U I.Ltll tX. UKIII'llUS.
Boston, Mass., & Detroit, Mich.
Write for a Price Lint to J. B. JOUJISTOjr,
V Bmithfiald Bt, FUUbngh, Pa.
Breenh-I.oading Shot Guns. $40 to $3D0.
Double Shot Guns, $8 to $150. Single Guns,
$3 to $20. .. Rifles, $3 to $75. Revolvers, $5
to $25. Pistols, $1 to $3. Gun Material,
Fishing Tackle, &0- Large discounts to deal
ers or clubs. Army Guns. Revolvers, eta.,
bought or traded for. Goods sent by express
C. O. D. to be examined before paid for.
KITCHEN CBTSTAL SOAP
For cleaning and polishing metals, for clean
:ng and preserving paint, for removing stains
from marble, for washing hands, and for all
household cleaning, is superior to any other
article made. Ko other soap or wash equals
it, either in quality or cheapness. f.asy to
use and perfectly harmless and pleasant. All
grocers sell it. Manufactured only by EAST
MAN & BROOKE, 4ai N. Tbird;Sf., Philada.
No fees unless successful. No fees in ad
vance. Ko charge for preliminary search.
Send for circulars. CONNOLLY BROTH
ERS, 108 S. Fourth St., Philadelphia, Pa.,
and COS Ninth St., Washington, D. C.
" Beautiful Children." A
Medico Philosophical Poem
Originally published in 1665. A reprint of
this rare and curious old poem now ready.
Price $100. Am. Antiqcabian Pcb. Co.,
136 3. Cth St., Philadelphia
tt K tn COO Per dJ ! Agents wasted ! All
4J IU 44W classes of working people, of
either sex, yeung or old, make more money
at work for us in their spare moments or all
the time than at anything else. Particulars
free. Address O. STINSON ft CO., Port
WORKING CLASS SLaB;.kF,g.nK
teed. Respectable employment at home, day
or evening ; no capital required ; full in
structions and valuable package of goods
sent free by mail. Address, with six cent
return stamp, M. YOUNG ft CO , 16 Cort
landi St., New York.
Is the nearest approach to a specific ever dis
covered for Dyspepsia. Neuralgia. Rheuma
tism, Gout, Gravel, Diabetes, Kidney and
Urinary Diseases generally. It restores mus
cular power to the Paralytic. It cures Liver
Complaint, Chronic Diarrhoea. Piles, Consti
pation, Asthma, Catarrh and Bronchitis,
Diseases of the Skin, General Debility and
Nervous Prostration from Mental and Phrsi
cal Excesses. It is the Greatest Antidote
ever discovered for Excessive Eating or
Drinking.' It orrectsthe stomach, promotes
Digestion, and Relieves the Head almost im
mediately. No hhusehold should be without
it. For sale by all Druggists.
SU""For a history of the Springs, for med
ical reports of the power of the water over
diseases, for marvelous cures, and for testi
monials from distinguished men, send for
pamphlets. WHITNEY BROS., General
Agents, 227 S. Front Street, Philad a, Pa.
Uetttsbit.o Spbino Co.
&i nnn HE WARD
V I 1 1 1 1 1 1 For any case of Blind, Bleed
11 I llllll'0' Itching or Ulcerated
V5" WW piles that De Binos Pile
Remedy fails to cure. It is prepared express
ly to cure the Piles, and nothing else. Sold
by all Druggists. Price, $1.00.
OFFERS his professsonal services to tbe
public in general, in both branches of
his profession operative and mechanical.
First week ef every month at Richfield, Fre
mont and Turkey Valley.
Second week Liverpool and Wild Cat Val
ley. Third week Millers town and Raceoon
Fourth week at his office in M'Alisterville.
Will visit Mifflin when called on.
Teeth put up on any ef the bases, and as
liberal as anywhere else.
Address by letter or otherwise.
A Large assortment of Queenaware, China
ware. Glassware, Crockeryware, Cedar
ware, ic, for sale cheap by
TILTEN ft ESPENSCH APE'S.
WHAT TO WEAK,
Just Step into SAMUEL S THAYER'S
r ri T .-J XT.
A abbClOUilf Ch., Wilt WAM AVM mm -
Haying just returned from Philadelphia and New Tork, he can suSp! yon with tke
Latest and Choicest Styles of .
Clothing of fill Kinds,
Coats, Pants, Vests, Hats, Caps. Boots and Shoes, Watches and Jewelry. Not'ois, For
nishing Goods in endless vsriety. Carpets. Floor Oil Cloth, Furniiure, ftc, cheaper than
the cheapest, for the same quality of goods. Call in and be convinced.
iyy Measures taken and suits made to Older.
Patterson, May 14, 1973. i
TO THE PUBLIC !
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
TOWN, with an entire New Stock of Goods, consisting of
DRY GOODS, NOTIONS,
CEDAR WARE, TINWARE,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HATS AND CAFS,
FULL LIIVE 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 Twenty-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, Pa., Dee. 18, 1872-tf
D P. PAISTE
CRYSTAL PALACE BUILDING.
Invites attention to his Large Stock of
HARDWARE, IROI AID HAILS,
Which are' now ready for inspection, consisting of the most de
sirable Goods ever brought to Juniata county.
OILS, PAINTS, GLASS, IRON, STEEL, NAILS, AC.
STOVES AT GBEATLY REDUCED RATES,
to make room for other goods.
Wall Paper at Cost
rS1 Agent for Fouse's IXL Horse and Cattle Powders.
A Sslenflii Assortment of GOODS from wMcli ta Select Clirista Presents.
Deo. 11. 1972-tf
D. P. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Succtssors to D. E. Sulouff & Co.,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, &C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &e., Sold at the
Lowest Prices. '
Having boats of onr own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, 4o., cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
t&'Tou can make money by calling on ns
before selling or baying elsewhere.
Gram will bz bsckived ix sTomi to b
SOLD BT TRK 1ST OF JcHE, 1873.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated oa men's
Miffiintown, April 20, 1872..
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
trespassing by hunting, or in any ether
way, on the irm on which I reside in Far
mauagh township. All persons offending
will be dealt with l the full extent ef tbe
law. WILSON KOBISON.
All kinds of Job Work neatly executed.
HOW TO WEAK IT.
CLOTHING STOBE, Bridge Street,
4..1I Vnn all AhftntTt -
D. P. PAISTE.
THE GREAT DISCOVERY.
KunkcFs Bitter Wine of Iron.
For the cure of weak stomach, general de
bility, indigeslir', lifease of Ine nervou
system, constipation, acidiiy of the stomach,
and all cases requiring a touic.
The wine includes the most agreeable and
efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of
Magnetic Oxfde, combined with the most en
ergetic of vegetable tonicb Yellow Peruvian
The effect in many Cases of debility, lose
of appetite, and general prostration, of at
efficient salt cf Iron, combined with our val
uable Nerve, is most happy. It augments
the appetite, raises the pulse, takes off mus
cular liabbiness, removes the pallor of de
bility, and gives a florid vigor to the counte
nance. Do fotL 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 T
Do you want to get rid of nervousness t
Do you want energy ?
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 Tonio has bees so thor
oughly tested by all classes of tbe community
that it is now deemed indispensable as a
Tonie medicine. It costs but little, puriaea
the blood and gives tone to the stomach, reno
vates tbe system and prolongs life.
I now only ak a trial of this valaabte
$1 per bottle. E. P. Knnkel, 8ole
proprietor, 259 North Ninth street, below
Ask for Kunkel's Bitter Wino of Iron, aaj
take no other. If your Druggist has it not
send $1 to my address, and tho medicine,
with adviee free, will come by next express
For sale by BANCS K IIAMLIJ, Drag- '
gists, Miflint3wn, Pa.