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fyt janiati Sentinel.
"EDNESIAt MORNING, JUNE 25, J87S.
PENNSYLVANIA RAtLKOAI) ON AND
jflcr Monday. May 1!0, 1873, PaiBenetr
Traia leve Mi2tin Station as follows :
pli;tilelbia Express 1:10 A. M.
fast Line A. M.
fauthera Express fi:57 A. M.
Pacific 1'xpress -.. 10:!'" A. M.
UirriMm K Accommodation 11:28 A. M.
f ontbern Express-
Wsv Passenger .
6:33 1. M.
8:50 P. M,
1:03 A. M.
1:10 A. M
10:07 A. M.
3:38 P. M.
fast Line fi.33 P. M.
JAMES NORTH, Ag't
The fo '.lowing scale of prices for announce
ments of candidates, in tbe Semtixel, for of
jfe at tbe approaching election to be pub
lished weekly until tbe Primary Election
will be rigidly adhered to : Senate, $15;
Legislature, $10; Sheriff, Register and Re-.-Jer,
Commissioner and Treasurer, $5
:h. Communications recommending can
sidttfS for office, 25 cents per line.
So announcement or communication will
be published unless accompanied by the
TOttH AND COUNTRY.
Lewfotown constables wear badges-
Asecsstncnt3 of mutual fire ineurar.ee
Tbe dullest season of the year for
busiue33, in town.
Last SaLbalb. was comrmiaton duj iu
Rer. Mr. Black welder's cl.urch.
Thefts, arson, and murder arc crimes
that do not often th.ick (he people ol
Cholera ia the South. Clean up ; re
member 1S52, the year that the scourge
swooped upon Mifll.u.
Exchanges ate quoting State law and
borough ordinances against shooting fiie
crackers in towns.
Country stores might replenish their
stcck, with profit, at the store of the
iiurrbaugbs, in this place. '
Local Option baa caused two liquor
selling tavern to close business eutinly
in Reeisville, Mifll;:i county
Tlie ljii';.:?t day Las aLci;'y bi-eu
passed, a; d we have ctnttipcced t!ie de
scent of the shady t-iif of the year 1S73
A NEW PiA.N'o, Itesli fiom the manu
factory, can be bought at au advanta
geous price, by calling at, or addiessiug
Thk Come bos" of the drov.r l:as
nut been beard in our Btreets this sum
mtr. TSia increased j.opulhtion iu the
oil r'?io!is consume all the cattle raised
in tho estern part of the State, that are
ti"t i---ed?d bv the farmer himself.
TitK Terry county Freeman notices
the advent of twin daughters ia a family
in U'.oonfkld, and advh-es all the mar-ri.igL-able
girls to get married, ia corse
quniee of tbe multiplicity of girls in
thai tcr. n
Therr will be a -Basket I'ic-Nic" on
on the 4th of July, in Thompsontown.
The Committee bave engaged oue of tbe
Lot hands in the State for the occasion,
and will leave nothing undone to make
it pleasant for those who attend 1 kkets
A geologist, a mineralogist, practical
iioa ore miners, and other men, making
a company of some eight or ten persons,
came into Lost Creek Valley from the
Susquehanna, by way of Freemont and
nichfield, last week, and pro.-pected for
minerals along the range of ridges at
the base of Shade Mountain. Their
nearest headquarters to Mifflin was at
Juniata Cocxtv Normal School.
The Fall term of this institution will
oDen July 21, 1573. For particulars
call o& or address the Principal, D A.
Harman, Thompsontown, Pa. liefer
ences David E. Robinson, County Su
perintendent, Port Royal ; G. W. Lloyd,
p p finnt . Thnmnsonton : Dr. P L-
Greenleaf, Thompsontown, or Prof. J. M.
Garman, Patterson, Pa.
Sint fralicbeh leit in Mifflintown Stadt,
Die erfreyen sich immer immer fart ;
Sie bexehle eer gelt sum Vim. F. Snyder,
Pad dart machen sic immer extra goot ous,
for the cheapest chairs that were ever
bought are at Wo. F. Snyder s. 1 ve
not forgot the place, on Main street
Good bargaias and the best chairs for the
money ever offered for sale anywhere.
WnrV a. ronresented. A No. 1 . Go there
when in need of Chairs.
Notice to Tax Payers aid Col
cnTnns All rjeraons payinjr their
State and Countv tax for the year 1873
in full, on or before the first day of Sep
tember, 1873, will be allowed an abate
ment of ten per cent. All delinquents
will be required to pay the full amount
of their taxes as charged in tne aupii
aii nnMnr for 1873 are required to
collect and settle their respective dnpli
catea in full, on or before the April court
All Collectors are hereby notified not
au vyoueciors are uercuj uv..v
to collect the M.htia lax assesseu .or
ieci uib annua a-
,873. By order of ihe Board
Next Tuesday evening. July 1st, a
delegation of gentlemen connected with
the Reading Railroad will meet gentle
men from Stliusgrore, Freebarg, MeAlie
terville and Oakland at Mifflintown. for
the purpose of examining the mineral
; prospects, and other purposes, along the
proposed railroad route from Mifflintowu
to-Seliiisgrove. The mineral resources
of Juniau county are so intimately con
nected will this enterprise, and every
business interest among as would be so
immeasurably advanced by tbe develop
ment of our mineral resources that it
should become the pleasure and business
of our people to extend a hearty wel
come to those who are about to inaugu
rate the enterprise referred to. Let there
be a hearty welcome to the railroad men.
, r - i .
Tiik annual commencement exercises
were conducted at Tuscarora Female
Seminary on the 19th inst : The degree
of A. li. was couferred upon the follow
ing graduates : Miss Aunie Casselberry,
Philadelphia ; Miss Marcella Rosenber
ger, Jenkiutowu, Montgomery county ;
Miss Clara M. Schaenk, Philadelphia;
Miss Ella May Vand. relice, Valley
Forge, Chester county ; Miss Amelia
Ruth, Sinking Spring, Berks county, and
Miss Mary E. Ramsey, Waterford
Juniata county. Pa
The degree of A. M. was conferred on
Madge P. Walker. A. B , Philadelphia ;
Ella V. Gillmore, A. B Baltimore ; E1U
T. Wollaston. A. B Wye Landing. Md ;
Fanuie Huutzinger, A. B., Schuylkill
Haven, and Ad die F. Sberi-an, A. B
Academic silver medals were conferred
on Miss Vauderslice for deportment ; on
Misses Jennie and Grace Robinson,
Jnuiala county, for scholarship. The
first class school medal was conferred on
Mamie Nields, of New York city, for
diligence aud progress in study.
Thumpsontows, June 21, 1873.
Eilitur Si.ntiiu-1 : The Juniata County
Normal School at this place closed its
first quarter for this rummer yesterday.
I'rof. David Ilartnan, assisted by his
sinter, foist Lizzie llarman, and his pu
pils, gave a pullic entertainment last
iight, iu the Lutheran church, which was
a decided success. Although the wea
ther was very warm, roads very dusty.
aud admittance 25 cents, yet the church
was well filled by au appreciative audi
eiice, which netted the school about $35.,
which is to be expended in repairing, im
proving and beautifying the public school
rooms of Thompsontown, in which the
school has been permitted to hold its
The exercises cotirirted, as usual, of
Original Orations, Declamations, Essays,
Dialogues at-.d Tableau, all of which
were new and fpicr. Several of the
performers exhibited really superior tal
euts in their respective duties aud char
acters. Mr. D. Lantz, in the three act comedy
entitled " The Dutchman's Ghost," cer
tainly performed his part of the Dutch
man with great euccess, as the roars of
applause indicated, which greeted him
neatly every lime he stoke. His origi
nal oratiou sul ject, " The Sciences"
delivered during the entertainment, was
a credit to him, both for composition and
Mr. Krtider, whose home is about
three miles north of Mifflin, in the first
comedy of making love to three sisters
with a view of marrying the wealthiest.
acted like a real actor. He was perfect
ly cool, natural and ready, and was
greeted with much applanse during the
dialogue. He had also the honor of de
livering the valedictory, in which he ac
quitted himself as creditably as one long
accustomed to public speaking
Master Edgar C. Snyder exhibited the
wisdom of au experienced head in his
part of the evening's performances. II is
make up was quite theatrical and cute,
and his fatherly dictations to his way
ward daughters and their modish precep
tress took well.
Miss Clara V. Dougherty's lecture on
Woman's Right's" was a treat which no
literary miud would have been willing to
miss. Miss D's literary prospects are
Another very pleasing performer was
Miss Sallie Haldeman, of White Hall
She seemed perfectly at home in her nu
merous characters, and, with a very plea
sant and womanly voice and manner,
without a single failure, added greatly to
the entertainment of the eventng.
Many others might be mentioned who
deserve praise, but time and space will
not permit. I believe with but one ex
ception, that of a deficient memory on
the part of one performer, all are wortny
of much praise both teachers and pupils
for the successful effort tbe entertain'
The exereises of the evening were de
liehtfully interspersed with music both
vocal and instrtimental, under the super
vision of Miss Annie Wise, of Mifflin
town, assisted by several young ladies
also from there, and W. W. Fuller, of
Thompsontown Station, P. R. R-, with
his violin Very good order prevailed
all the time, and the audience manifested
the greatest interest in every subject of
Mr Uarman and sister have been very
successful as teachers during the quarter
which bas just closed, and are well liked
by the community. They had a number
of pupils from a distance and expect
many more after harvest.
Tub on are hut few systems that do
not at some time or other require a wuic
RITrER WINE of IRON
is noted for its reinvigorating powers.
Open Air Te&ifbraxcr Meeting.
Last Saturday . evening - a public tem
perance and prohibition meeting was held
at the Court House grounds, at 8 o'clock.
E W. H. Kreider, Esq., called the meet
ing to order, and introduced Mr. Jamrs
Alexander Mowatt, of Brooklyn, New
York, to address the audience.
Mr. Mowatt proceeded to direct atten
tion to the questions cf temperance and
prohibition. He exhibited a map of
Pennsylvania, with the licensing coun
ties eolored red and the ' local option"
counties white. "License" covered 13,-
000, and odd, square miles ; "no license"
embraced 30,000, and odd, sqare inilef.
In 42 counties and 6 - chies agaiuet
license there were 50.038 more of a pop
ulation than in the 23 counties and 16
cities that voted for license. As to ex
teut of territory and population " local
option" had, therefore, triumphed.
But, he had been told that in Mifflin
town there Were men sealing liquor clan
destinely and making drunkards still.
The men who did so were rebels agaiuet
the laws of the State and the vote of the
majority. Jeff. Davis and the would-be
Southern Confederacy did no more than
obj ict to be bound by a majority vote,
and if let alone would never bave fired a
shot But the Northern States said "the
vote and decision of the majority must
be respected aud obeyed over the entire
Union ;'' and it took a four years' war to
enforce it. The rebellious liquor dealers
ought to be taught in the courts, by fines
and imprisonment, to obey the law and
the votes of tbe people. Every thor
ough American onght to insist on tbe
law and the votes of the majority being
obeyed. On that depended the safety of
a Democratic government. If hotel
owners in Mifflintown would attend to
I heir bedrooms iustead of the "bar ;" if
they would look after the bugs instead of
the beer and brandy, they could improve
their hotels very much. (Laughter.)
They had depended on the "bar," and
ueglected the boarders. "Local option"
would give ihem three years' vacation
f rom the ''bar" to let them have time to
sweep down the bedrooms and to get the
sheets and blankets washed. (Laughter
The man who sold liquor "on the sly'
and seduced his neighbor's son into in
temperance for tbe sake of paltry dollars
and cents were ju.-t possessed of the
same foul spirit as he ho seduced hit
neighbor's daughter to her ruin. They
were both procuresses for evil and equal
ly guilty iu the sight of High Heaven
Young men, aud olJ ones, too, ought to
be ashamed to be found patronizing these
places, where the laws of the State were
broken and defied, aud drunkeunesa fos
tered and promoted. Via tuey ever
pause to consider the extreme folly of
paying a man at the street comer for
making them drunk 1 Why if they got
drunkenness a they might fever or small
pox, they ought to be ready to pay their
last ceut to be made sober. But it was
madness for a sober man to pay another
for making him drunk. Aud yet thou
nda of " smart" Americans did this
ihe lecturer then urged on all present
the duty of personal abstinence and the
wisdom aud justice of State prohibition,
and hoped they would all be found prac
ticing the one aud, as law abiding and
orderly citizecs, enforcing the other in
their county and county town. lie just
saw that day, iu the Sentinel, that
Cumberland county would now be glad
if ihey had voted for prohibition. Let
Juniata county, that had wisely so voted,
see that the vote is obeyed by lawless
liquor dealers and drunkard manufac
Tbe address occupied over an hour,
and was listened to with marked atten
tion and received with repeated laughter
Closing Exercises at Airy View
The annual closing exercises of Airy
View Academy were acted on Thursday
evening last, iu the hall of the Academy.
A vast concourse of people witnessed
the brilliant display of talent, whose ra
diant splendor far transcends regal pomp
and pageantry; for whilst the rays of
the former reflect the magnificent gran
deur of extolled genius, the effulgence of
the latter is bedimmed by the baneful
odium of arbitrary power and tyranny,
The hall, which is capable of seating
about three hundred persons, was crowd
ed to excess, which fact, together with
the sultry and oppressive temperature of
the room, discomposed the audience very
much : but nevertheless they continued
attentive throughout, aud were richly
entertained until the close, meanwhile
plying strenuously the tinted Chiuese
fans, which presented a variegated pic
ture. ' . ...
The respective parts were exquisitely
acted, and in a manner very creditable to
those participating. A very commenda
bis feature was the .self-possession and
dignified culture the speakers evinced
which is illustrative of the thorough and
rudiments! teaching they all received,
and is also ominous of their future sue
cess in tbe battles of life.
This session ends the scholastic career
of many young men, having now stepped
from this farcial stage upon the graver
stage of real life, there to seek the ob
Art nf their soul's ambition, amid tbe
J . m .1 IT- M
stmggles and reverses or mis mo.
will the nnblic eae be diverted from
them by this transition ; but now their
acts, obvious to the scrutiny of the whole
.rU. wilt undergo a still more rigid
n.rwrtinn b mankind, who, if worthy
and noble, win extol them with their
plaUOltS, DUl, II IgUUUKJ U- .yw ,
will rebuke tnem wiw mnu wuu
A Ridk with Indues On Friday
ast, intending to take a trip to Harris-
burg on board the Pacific Express, I
was amazed as well as delighted to find
myself, when entering the first car, to be
in the midst of Indians, painted and em
bellished with all the equipage of savaze
warfare. On allTides of the car hun?
suspended their arms, consisting of bows,
arrows,, tomahawks, knives, spears, &c
beir ears were adorned with ringlets of
a rude and artless nature ; about ' their
sombre necks beads buns; in great pro
fusion. They wore colored shirts, high-
festooned with Indian caricatures,
namely, beads, rings, 4c. Their legglns
were made of skins, and were secured by
thongs. The use of shoes was obviated
by moccasins. Thus Stirred, some lay
crouched upon their seats, wrapped in
their robes; others were sitting erect,
gazing intently. upon the novel and
trange scenery, in which their admira
tion was evidently very much engrossed.
They sat motionless andNmute and utter
ly regardless of what was transpiring
about them, not even a single smile steal
ing ovei their faces ; and on every lina-
ment of their countenance 'was stamped
indellibly that resoluteness and intrepid
ity which has won for them such noto
riety. They numbered twenty-five in all
twenty-two braves, two squaws and one
pappoose. The squaws were distin
guished from the braves, chiefly, by their
long, coarse and matted tresses, the heads
of the men being bare, except a tuft of
hair on the crown of the head. Their
garb, consisting of a long and shapeless
gown, was very filthy, and was orna
mented almost similar to that of the
n. But notwithstanding their sloven
dress, they wore a look so august and
majestic that it impressed the beholder
with reverential awe ,
Thus they sat, as dignified as statu
ary, the remnants of two once powerful
tribes, the Comanches and Kioways
Their destination was Vienna, - whither
they were being conveyed by an agent
of P. T. Barnum, for the exposition now
iu progress -there
If these wete true specimens of tbe
Indian race, surely the savage atrocity
and barbarity imputed te tbem is false
An exchange writes as follows on the
subject of postage on county papers,
which is as applicable in our columns as
in its own, with the change of name :
The new postage law which goes into
effect on the first day of July next, re
quires the prepayment of postage on all
regularly issued publications Bent through
the mail. Each subscriber of the Sen
tinel, by going to the Postmaster ct the
office where ho receives his paper on or
before the first of July, can with fire
emit prepay the postage ao it for the
next three months, or for tern emit, six
months. We would advise this ray
ment for not longer than six months by
all residents in tbe county, as doubtless
the law will be modified early in the
next session of Congress, so far as re
gards the circulation of papers in the
county where published.
Paint not only adds to the appear
ance of a house, but it preserves its
wood work from rotting. Paint of a
... . f i
superior quinty is manuiacturea one
mile northwest of McAlisterville, this
county, and will he delivered at railroad
stations at $7.00 per barrel weight of
barrel three hundred pounds. The
colors are drab and different ehades' of
James Siiillingsford k Co.,
Oakland Mills, Juniata Co., Pa.
The following articles are also for sale
at the establishment : xSrocm, shovel,
Fork and Hoe Handles by tbe dozen or
hundred, Buggy and Wagon bows by
the bundle. 3w
New Boot and Shoe Store. Mr,
Cornelius Baitley intends opening out,
in the room now occupied by D. W
Harley & Co., on Thursday, Jnly 3rd,
the largest and moat complete stock of
Boots aud Shoes ever brought to Juni
ata county. Wear your old shoes till
Tub Fairbanks Scale Company finished
the other day, "No. 234.000" cf their
Numbered' scales, this being tbe count
of the large weighiug-machines turned
out in the four and a half decenniuros of
their business. Of smaller scales, the
product has been like the sands of the
sea for multitude.
When the new Postal law becomes op
erative, subscrbers who get their papers
through the Mifflin and Patterson P. O
can get their papers at this office or have
them left at any place within the limits
of the towns. '
Wanted. An apprentice to learn the
Chair-making and Painting'tftdes. None
but sober and industrious young men
need apply. Apply to
Wm. F. Snyder,
IIILLMAN HOOPER On tbe 21st inst
bv Rev. D. M. Blackwelder, Mr. Robert Hill
m.n tn Misa Elisabeth Hotper, both of
TaTistock, Devonshire, England.
Ettate of Anderton Fine, detected.
LETTERS of Administration having been
vranted to the undersigned upon (he
estate of Anderson Pines, late of Delaware
township, deceased, all persons indebted to
said estate are requested to maxe payment,
.nil those havinc claims against the same,
to present them properly authenticated for
Prices of Board of Commerce.
Reported weekly for tbeJcsiava SsanasL
by the Board of Commerce of MiftUa sad Pat-
Batter V lb
... 2 25
Lard, D .......
Country Soap...... ...................
Tallow .................. ..........
Dried Apples ..........
' Cherries, pitted - .........
Raspberries ..... .........
8ides and Shoulders
Onions " .......i..... .......
Ground Alnm Salt, 1 sack .
Railroad Ties ..........
Locust Posts, mortising
' for board fence.. -
J. & H. A. Stambaugh's Prices Current
Cbtstai Pal ac, Mifflintown, 1
. June 25, 1873. '
Prims Roll Butter, per lb- 16
Eggs, per dozen............. ........ 18
Tallow, perm 08
Dried Apples, per lb....... ............. 04
Cherries, seedless, per lb 17
" unseeded 04
' Blackberries 08
1 Raspberries 20
Walnuts, per bus - 40
Shellbarks - 85
Chiekens, live, per lb
Hams " ...
Shoulders " ...
Sides " ...
Liverpool Ground Alum Salt, per sack 2 00
D. P. Solonff & Co.'s Prices Current
White Wheat, "V bus. - $1 30
Red " " . 1 25
Oats t 37
Cloverseed .... .......... 6 00
Timothy seed 3 50
Prepared Ccal, ton.. $5 25
Nut " " .. 4 25
Pea " " ' - 3 10
Bituminous" " - 5 00
Run o( Log, 4 4,-$ 1000 ft $35 00
' " o-s, " za wi
8-4, 25 00to40 00
6-4, " .... 2500to4000
Hemlock Frame, " 20 00
Boards, " 20 00
Whitepine worked Flooring... ...... 35 00
Herman Siding jauu
Panel Doors 2 00 to 3 00
Window Sash, 8x10, window....... 65
" xl2, ..... io
" 10x12, ' " 80
" 10x14, 90
PmLAPrLPbiA, June 2 1, 1873.
Flock Tbe market continues dull, but
prices remain without change The demand
is Drinciuallv to supply tbe immediate wants
of the home consumers, andonly 1100 bbls
changed hands, including
Superfine ..... $4 00(3)4 5
Extras $4 605 00
N. W. Extra Family $7 00(S;7 50
Ohio&Ind. do. do $8 0O(a9 0O
Penna. do. do. . . $7 2(S,8 50
Fancy Brands $9 251100
Gnarx. There is more inquiry for Wheat,
and prices are rather firmer. Sales of 5 HK)
bush, at $1 5Gal 60 for Penn. and western
rea ; $1 bOal 65 for amber; and $1 GOal721
for white. Rye may bo quoted at Cati8c.
Corn is inactive and weak. Sales of 6000
bush, yellow at S2aje ; and mixed at 52a
5lo Oats are without change; sales of
8000 bush, western at 43a45o for white, and
3Ua42c fur mixed.
Sfzve Cloverseed iu dull and nominal at
8a8Jc. Timothy sold at $3 7a per bus.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
Moxdat, June 234 P. M.
The arrivals and siles of Beef Cattle at
the Avenue Drove Yard were large this week
reaching about 2H00 head. The market in
consequence was dull, but prices were with
out material change. Choice and extra sold
at 7Ja7 jc ; fair to good at 6a7c, and common
Cows and Ualves dull ana nominal ai last
week's prices. Receipts 300 head.
Sheep declined and were siow to move ;
lales of fair and choice at 4)aGc, and com
mon at $2 5Ua4 per head. Lambs sold at
7allc for fair to prime, and $2 60a4 per head
for common. Receipts, 11,000 head.
Hoes attracted more attention at an ad-
. . . 1 A- -.- - T
vance ; sales ol corn ieo ai ?i c
ceipts, 6000 head.
D. P. SULOUFF & CO.,
(Successors to D. K. Sulouff & Co.,)
CALCINED PLASTER, CEMENT, 4C.
The Highest Cash Prices Paid
for all kinds of Grain.
Lumber. Coal, &c, Sold al the
Lowest I rices.
Havine boats of our own we can freight
Grain, Lumber, Coal, &c, cheaper than any
other parties. We therefore defy competi
lS-You can make money by calling on us
before selling or buying elsewhere.
GBAIK WILL Bg StdBlVBD IU STOBI TO BB
SOLD BT TBB IsT OF JuXEf 18(3.
P. S. Our grain is not elevated oa men's
Mifflintown, April 20, 1872.
S. B. LOUDON,
SEV11PS BVILDISQ OS
Bridge- Street, Mifflintown, Pa,,
Desires to inform his friends and the public
th.it ha has iust reoeived a line and fiuhion-
ablt stock ef SPRING GOODS, consisting of
CLOTHS Plain Black, Blue and Brown.
CHEP Dahlia, Brown and Blue.
TRICOT Biack, Blue and Brewn.
DUGOSALS Blue and Black.
SCOTCH HOODS- All Styles.
BLA CK DOESKIA'SA Superior quality
rA ITS AXD VEST PA TTERNS Fine.
SUMMER GOODS General Assortment.
I will sell any of the above goods by the
yard or pattern.
I also keen on hand a full line of BUT-
TRRICICS PATTERNS, consisting of Men,
Boys, and Children's Shirts. Coats, Pants
ay I will manufacture to order all kinds
of custom wobk. PRICES Reasonable, to
suit tbe times.
Mifflintown, April 10, 1872.
T ARGE stock of Ready-made Clothing for
XJ sale by haslii iu.
COURT SALE !
5 pnrsnaace of an order issued out ef the
Orphans' Court of Juniata eoun'y, and
to tbe undersigned directed, will be exposed
to public sale, on the premises, in Fayette
township, Juniata county, Pa , at 1 o'clock
P. M., on
SATURDAY, JULY 26lh, 1373
The Following Real Estate, to wit :
A VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND,
situate ia Fayette township, one-fourth mi'e
from the main road leading front Mifflintown
to McAlisterville, and one mile from the lat
ter place, containing
more or less, bounded by lands of John Mus
ssr,William Thompson Samuel Myers. E. A.
Margritx and others, having thereon erected
and out-buildings. Then is also a
oa the premises.
This is a very desirable
TERMS OF SALE.
One Hundred Dollars of the purohase
money to be paid when the property is struck
down ; one-fourth ef the whole purchase
money to be paid on the confirmation, of sale
by the Court ; one fourth on tbe first day of
April, 1874, when Deed will be made' and
possession given.; and the balanceto be paid
in two equal annual payments thereafter,
with interest, to be secured by bond and
mortgage, or by judgment.
For further information inquire of the un
dersigned, residing in Miffliatono.
Lt'CIEN W. DOTY,
Adm'r ef John Robinson, dee'd.
June 25, 1S73.
U. S. PIANO CO.
It costs less than $-300 to make any $600
Piano sold through agents, all of 'whom
make $100 per cent, profit. We have no
agents, but ship direct to families at fsetory
We make only one style, and have but one
TWO HUNDRED AND NINETY DOLLARS,
Set cash, with no discount to dealers or com
mission to teachers. Our lumber is thor
oughly seasoned. Our cases are
Double Veneered with Rosewood,
have front round corners, serpentine bottom
and carved legs. We nse the full iron plate
with overstrung bass French Grand Ac ion
with top dampers, and our keys are of the
best ivory, with ivory fronts. Our Piano has
seven octaves is 6 feet 9 inches long, 3 feet
and 4 inches long, and weighs, boxed, 955
pounds. Every Piano is fully warranted for
Send for illustrated circular, in which we
refer to over 700 Cankers, Merchants, 4o ,
(some of whom you may know,) using our
Pianos in forty fonr Slates and Territories.
Please state where you saw this no
U. S. PIANO CO.,
810 BROADWAT, N. Y.
June 25, 1373.
INSTANTANEOUS BELIEF AND SOUND,
Guarantee by using my
Instant Belief for the Asthma.
It acts instantly, relieving the paroxysm
immediately, and enabling the patient to lie
down and sleep. 1 suffered from this dia
ease twelve year) but suffer no more, and
work and sleep as well as any one. Warran
ted to relieve in the worst case. Sent by
mail on receipt ef priee, one dollar per box ;
ask your Druggist for ii
CUAS. B. HCRST,
RdCHKSTEB, BlAVBB Co.,"PA.
Feb 19-1 y
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
trespssing 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 lo the full extent ef the
J4U.A. STAMBACGH always keep up
. their stock of GROCERIES and will not
be excelled either in the quality or pries ot
their goods in this line. Give tbem a eall
before going elsewhere.
gsjk. Handbills for public sales printed oa
short notice at the Simibii Orncc.
Crysrarpaiacfirr Crystal Palace
r.- ; !-. -.-;:
Stock of Goods
IN THE COUNTY,
To Offer to the Public
VERY LOWEST PRICES.
Just Received from Eastern
Seeing Them will Guarantee Yea
J. & H. A STAMBAUGH.
NEW CRYSTAL PALACE IB,
June 9. 1873.
(f OBXXSLT WOOV tt SA5S.)
ST1TI0IURY t P0RT1BLE
The Best k Xost Omirfrte .V.sortmont
in the Market.
Them Emrines haw rin'B'!tfnc. tvtt
hwtxst rtiwlOTl f .Vlnc. W mk- th
mftZLtifourv nt E-wt. ifit- i ' Mills i
twialt V. h-w ! Ltnnr aa-l mo. o.iniitei
win-ksot th kind ia the ctmalr, Witii machinery
eptrtftllr xlsp-t I to thrt wort.
We kp nn.it wfly m t'lmig lanT nnmhrr- nr
R-ninne, wfoch w fiirnii ' tb-".tt V-wirt prm
and on the nhortrt no" in-. We hmld Enmnoe
snrciAirr adaptmi to Mim-i, Haw t ills, Grixt MUK
Tnnne, Cotton Oina, Threshsr. and aUelawe
We are bow building the cVbmtl Lnne Cir-n-far
8 Mill, the beat ani matt compicw mill
We make the manofarture of Pat Mill on-fit-.
special feature of our bomiexs and can fnrnfen
Our aim in all eaaea u to furr.Mi the bc' ma
chinery in the market, and woM nbsetotely un
equalea for beauty of ilrsicn. economy and atrenpra.
bend for Circular and l'ncn LuU
UTiCA STEAtt EKC!N CO.
rTiTA, sr. v.
GIFTS TO BE PAID IN FULL.
THE THIRD GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
Ptillic railwai-y ofKy,
Will be given fn tte gTeat hall of Library
Building, at Louisville on TrrsD.w. Jclv h,
1873, at which time TEN THOUSAND GIFTS,
amounting to a grand total of $31)0.1100. all
casb, will be distributed by lot to ticket
holders. No reduction in amount of eifts at
this distribution, but each gift w. ill be paid
Orrtcx or Fabmkks anI Dbovsbs Bsc, 1
Lot'isriLLE Kt., April 7, 1873.
This is to certify that thre is in the Far
en' a ae! Drstert' Bank, to tbe credit of
the Third Grand Gift t'uuctrt fr the benefit
of the Public LiSrary of Ky., rite Oaadrea
Theasand Cellars, which has been set apart
by the Managers to pay the gifs in full, and
will be held by tho Bank aud paid out for
this purpose, and this purpose only.
(Signed.) Ri S. VEFCH, Cashier.
LIST OF GIFTS.
One Crand Cash Gift $100,000
One Grand Cash Gift-
One Graud Cash Gift ,
One GranJ Ca'i Gift
One Grand Ca-li Ciit
One Grand Oinh Gifr
2i Cash Gifts or $1,000 each,
50 Cash Gifts of StKJ -80
Cash Gifis f 4 0
100 Cash OifH cf 30 )
150 Cash Gifts of 2 0
5900.80. Gifti ol 10
9,000 Cash Gifts of 10 '
Total, 10,000 Gifis, al! Cash,
Only a few tickets remain unsold, and they
will be furnished to the first applicants at
the following rrios: Whole tichets. $10:
halves, $5; quarter. $!.''; 11 whoUs for
$100 ; 6t for $500 ; 113 for SLO W.
For tickets and full informal ion apply to
TU03. E. EKAMLETTF.
or, TIIOS. H. HAYS 4 CO.,
609 Broadway, New York.
yyrALL PAFE R .
Bally to the Place where you can bny
your Wall Paper Cheap.
THE undersigned lakes this method of in
forming the public that he has just re
ceived at hia residence en Third Street, Mif
flintown, a 1'irge assert ment of
of various styles, which he offers for sale
CHEAPER than eaa be purchased elsewhere
in the county. All persons in need of the
above artiole, and witbiag to saVe money, are
invited to call aud examine hie stock and
hear his prices before going elsewhere.
KA-Large supply constantly on hand.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned against
Hunting, Pishing, or ia any way tres
passing on the lands of tbe undersigned, in
Milford township. All persons so offending
will be dealt with to the full extent of the
lw. P. U. UAWN.
Dec. 4, 1872-tf