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JUNIATA SESTIXEL
MIFFLIN J OWN:
Wednesday, October I, 1873.
PEXtf'A. B. lTIME TABLE.
Passenger trains leave MiBIin Station a
follows:
EASTWARD.
rhisdelphi Kxprcss, 1 10 a m.
Fast Line, 4 08 a ni.
Southern Express, 6 57 a in.
Harrisbtirg Acconimo., 1 1 28 a in.
mail, 6 33 p in.
Pacific Express, 10 1)7 am.
Cincinnati Express, 8 60 p m.
WKSTWABD.
Pittsburg Express 1 08 a m.
Cincinnati Express, 1 63 a m.
Sotithwn Express, 4 10 a m.
Pacific, 6 43 a m.
Tav Passenger, 10 07 a m.
Kaii', 8 88 p ni.
rtst Linn, 6 Hi p in.
73.
LOCAL ISTELLlGhXCB.
lluntinsdon is to have a new Academy.
David Sulouff is working lively on the
Kevin lot.
It is lawful to catch black bass, below the
Jlillerstown dam.
John Etka expect to open business in
Patterson by and by.
Residents ot Marysville, Perry county,
are suffering witn ague.
ML Union has a notary public. Frank
II. Harrison is the man.
There is a "horse chestnut" tree in Lcw
istewn in full bloom. Rather late in the
season.
The gross receipts of the Pennsylvania
Railroad this year are estimated at $23,
000,000. Recently, Franklin county was excited
over the reported discovery of stone coal
Tbey now understand that it is "lignite"
The equinoctial storm was light. A
weather-wise man says its lightness augers
a ling and pleasant fall season. Hope he
knows.
They catch black bas9 tn large numbers
now at Harrisburg, with " rod and line."
The weight of the fish vary between one
and four pounds.
A citizen of Huntingdon named Michael
McBride was killed while walking on tbe
railroad by a train of cars, on the evening
o! the 18th insL
Squirrels are plenty. Some attribute
their numbers to the enforcement of the
law in the early part of the season. Most
probably they are correct
Donaldson, the aeronaut, has published
a card expressing his determination to
cros the Atlantic in the balloon made for
that purpose, lie sars he will start in
about a week.
The editor of the Bedford Jn?irr vis
ited the Cumberland, Md., agricultural
fair, and came away in an unsatisfied frame
of mini w ith the hotel accommodations of
the town.
When you hear a man assail the charac
terof women by insinuation, you will be
correct when you conclude in your own
miud that the fellow himself is a libertine
and a scoundrel
If the Sentinel is a little slow in coming
to time, think of the disadvantageous cir
cumstances under which it is published,
and modify your criticism accordingly. It
will come in on time regularly again before
loug.
The National Banks have stood the
shock of the money panic almost without
a quiver. The country would Ire in calam
itous circumstances, financially speaking,
if it were not for our present National
banking system.
By and by the Sentinel ofliee will be
oponid at the intersection of East Point
and Cross street. The latter street ill also
be opened , thereby opening communication
from the McAlisiervillc road to the Cedar
Spring road without going by way of 3Iain
fctrct.
There is a perennial nobleness and even
sacred ne?g in work. Were he never so be
nighted, forgetful of his high calling, there
is il ways hope in a man that actually anil
carnesily works ; in idleness alone is there
perpetual despair. Blessed is he who has
found his work; let him ask no other
blecsedness. He has a work ; a life pur
pose; he has found it and will follow it!
Lalxir is life; God-given force, the sacred
celestial life-essence breathed into him by
Almchtv God : from his inmost heait
awakens him to all nobleness, to all knowl-
edge, "self-knowledge," and much else so
soon as work fitly begins. Carlylt.
A number of Democratic jiurjials un
wisely are censuring the Republican ad
ministration National for the present
money panic and its results. Are these pa
pers not acquainted with the money dis
turbances of 1S37 and 1857 T The (roubles
of to-day are not to be compared to the
troubles of those days. Those were tbe
days of Democratic rule. It would be un
pleasant to thrust the record of the past
into the faces of the geneiation of to day,
but if it must be done it cannot be helped.
You can have wai or peace on this subject,
just as you elect, but if Davy Crocket were
a living he would say to the Democrats,
"You ain't right, boys. I guess you'd bet
ter say, 'We'll take peace,' "
On last Wennesdiy evening the bank of
drain six feet deep, that George Baker, a
citizen of Patterson, was engaged in dig
ging on Railroad Avenue, from rennell's
store to the railroad sewer, caved in and
buried him np to his Deck. Twenty min
utes time was consumed in extricating him.
He was seriously hurt, bis collar Vine hav
ing been biokea. He also for a time gave
evidence of internal injury. At this writing
be is, however, greatly improved, and his
recovery ia expected. The next day a
plumber and assistant were partially buried
while at work in the same ditch by another
portion of the bank falling in. The plum
ber was so much hurt that he was kept
from for several days.
Frightful Leaf. A young girl from
Wdd Cat Valley, this county, took passage
on a train from Millerstown to go to New
port, on Monday last When approaching
the latter place ahe was seen to leave her
seat, go out on the platform, and before
she could be prevented, leaped therefrom.
Tbe train was moving aboul 20 miles an
Lour, and of course those who saw her
jump, expected to find her a mangled
corpse; but to the surprise of all, when
the employees of the road ran back to
where she was lying, they found her able
to get up, having escaped with eonie severe
bruises. She 6Uited that she had never
been in the cars before and that a lady had
told her that this was the place to get off
Without waiting for the train to stop, she
had followed the direction of tbe lady pas
senger. We did not learn her name.
Perry Cotmy Democrat of last wuk-
TnocsAsm have been Changed by tbe i
use of the Peruvian Syrop (a protoxide of
Iron) from weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, healthy, mid happy men
aud women, aud invalids Cuurmi reasona
bly hesitate to give it a trial For Dys
pepsia and Debility it is a specific.
Real Estate fob Sale 3. Shelburn
Robison, Executor of Catharine Cunning
ham, deceased, will offer at public gale, at
2 o'clock P. M., on Thursday, October 16,
1S3, Twenty-eight acres ot Land in Mil
ford township, havine Dwelling Huiiae.
Bank Barn and other outbuildings theieon
erected. See advertisement in another
column.
Tub Lewis town Gattttt says the bridge
question in Mifflin county has been settled.
The same paper further says : Elisha Gra
ham, of Bratton township, having provi
ded himself with the proper material,
thought he might as well take a hunt on
Thursday last. Hearing his dog bark in e
in a field near the house he went to stx
what was up, and found a coon had been
treed, which he brought down. The dog
again barked in another field, and this
time Elisha brought down a ground hog.
Mounting his horse he proceeded to the
mountain back of Manayunk, and having
secured the animal, he got on a large rock
to see what was to be seen. Hearinu a
noise in the brush below he kept his eye in
that direction, and presently a four-horned
buck appeared in view right before him.
lie fired and lodged five buck-shot in his
head the deer giving one jump and fall
ing dead. Elisha couldn't manage his game
alone, so he had to go for assistance to get
it where It could be lugged home. It
weighed about 140 pounds.
Waream is a poor man, says the Di mo
crr,t : Waream is a poor man, echoes the
Sentinel: And so follows the Milflintown
Register. Now if Waream is a poor man,
we should like to know what these chaps
consider themselves, as he is able to buy
out the whole triumvirate, lock, stock and
barrel, and have his nice pigton-box on tbe
corner of Wayne and Market streets left ?
Meeting of Juniata Scouts.
Company met according to previous at
McAlisterville, and on their arrival tne
death of Join II. Funk, late a member
of the company, was announced, when
tho following preamble and resolutions
were uoimously adopted :
Wuereab, It has pleased Almighty
God to remove from oar midst John 11.
Funk, therefore be it resolved
1st. That in the death of John II.
Funk our company bas lost one of its
most active and exemplary members.
2d. That be colors be draped and
the members wear the usual bauge of
mourning for the space of six mouths.
3d. That we tender to the bereaved
family and friends oar most heartfelt
and sincere sympathy.
4th. That these proceedings be pub
lished in the several coauty papers.
Company then partook of a splendid
dinner provided by Mr. Cyrus Sicber
and JaJy, after which tbey drilled one
hour arid a half, when the following or
der was published : Special Order, No.
6, C. S. 1873 :
1st. Corporal L. W. Doty is hereby
reduced to tbe ranks for non-attendance
on regular drills.
2d. Private Kdward Kauffman is
hereby promoted Corporal. He will
be obeyed and respected accordingly.
By order of J. K. ROMSON,
Commanding Co.
Company was then dispersed to meet
at an hour's notice.
September 27, 1873.
Dedication. M'Willia ms Lodge
No. 702, 1. 0. 0. F., will dedicate their
new Hall with appropriate ceremonies
at Richfield, on Saturday, October 4th,
1873. Major W. II. Dill, Prcf. D. S.
Beyer and other ctuiuent speakers will
be present and deliver addresses on that
occasion. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to the sister Lodges in the county
and neighboring counties to be present
and participate. A grand demonstra
tion by the Order is confidently expected.
Special Examinations of Teaclr
ERS. Special examinations will be held
in the Court House, at Mifflmtown, on
Saturdays, October 4th, 11th and 18th,
1873, commencing at 104 o'clock i. m.,
for irregn'.ar applicants, bringing re.
quests signed by not less than three
members of tbe Hoard of Directors of
their respective Districts, stating that
tbey wish to employ said applicants.
D. K. ROBISON,
Sep 23, 1873-3L Co. Supt.
If you have baDk cert i5cates of de
posit and are tired of them and wish to
exchange them for town Iota, call on
the editor of this paper.
MARRIED:
LOGAN JEN KIN'S On the 24th nit.,
by Re. H. C. Pardo., Mr. James T. Logan
and Miss Anua D. Jenkins, both of Phila
delphia. SAILOR BART LEY On the 25th tilt.,
by the name, Mr. John C. Sailor and Miss
Annie Bartl y, both of Fermanagh town
ship, this county.
DIED:
PILE In Deleaware township, on the
22nd ult,, George Pile, in the 76th year of
his age.
FUNK After a brief but revere illness,
on the 26th ult., John H , son of Samuel
and Elizabeth Funk, of Walker township,
aged 23 years, 10 months and 8 da) a.
The deceased was one of those rare
young men who possessed the qualities cal
culated to constitute the gentleman and the
christian. Kind, social and affable, he se-
enred the respect of all who bacame acquain
ted with him As a christian he entered
with energy into all his duties. At the
church, the prayer-meeting and Sabbath,
school his place was seldom vacant, and his
loss will be severely fe:t . He leaves a large
circle of friends to mourn his sudden de
parture. W.
JkTOTICE TOIMIT CP.
All persons indebted to the undersigned,
cither by note or book account, are requcst
4 tn come forward and settle the sam
without further delay. Office in Graybiil's
Hall, immediately above the Hardware Store
sep6,1873-tf. D. P. PALSTE
A large assortment of Queensware, China
ware. Glassware. Crockeryware, Cedar-
ware, &c, for sale cheap by
J. & U. A. BTAMBAUGTL
COMNEnCI 41.
WFLM ASB PATTERSON MARKETS
Corrected weekly by the Miffiiu and Patter
son Jtoard ol Commerce.
MirvuMTOWH. October 1, 1873. "
IHKETIxe
Batter, prime roll
Lard
Tallow
Eggs, per dot
Vinegar, per qt
POBK.
Hams, lb....
Shoulders fc. Sides
VABIETIfcS.
Lk flerrlng
Onions
Beeswax, per ib
Soap, dry
Candies
Wool, washed -.
Rg
RETAILED ABT1CLES
Petroleum Fluid
Cal Oil, pr gall
Salt per aack.i ,
20
8
8
20
10
12
7
4 50
00
25
8
12
65
3
40
40
225
1BAIX AND SEEDS.
Corrected weekly by I). P. SuloufTwCo
Wheat, red $1 8-5
Corn , 50
Barley 60
Oats, eld 3a
" new 30
Clovsrseed 6 00
Timothy seed 2 5t
flaxseed... 1 75
Potatoes 50
J. k H. A- Slambaniru'a Price Current,
Corrected Weekly, Oct. 1,
Prime Roll Sutter per pound 25
Efrgs, pur dozen- 25
Dried Apples per pound........... 8
Tallow 8
Lard, 8
Chickens, live 8
Bacon,
Shoulder, " 10
Ram, "
PHILADELPHIA MARKETS.
Philadelphia, Stpt. SO.
Flofr .The market is quiet but steady.
The demand is mostly from the home con
Burners. About 800 bbls sold, including
Superfine 51 00a4 50
Extras 4 60a5 50
Iowa k Wis. ex. family 7 00a7 50
Minnesota do. do 7 75a8 U-5
Penn., Ohio k Ind. do. do.. . 7 2ra8 50
Fancy brands 8 JoalO 00
Gbain The market is dull, but without
change. Sales or 2-VM bus red at $ 1 50al
38, amber at (I 6al 65, and white at $1 70
al 80. Kye is selling at t5a90c. Corn is
steady, with sales 3HH) bus yellow at 67c
ana 400 bus mixed at fttic. Oats are rather
weak. Sales of 4000 bus western white at
49a50c and some mixed at 47a4Sc.
PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET.
The market for Beef Cattle was dull this
week, and prices were rather lower. Sales
of choice and extra at bJiTc, fair to good at
6Cic ; and common at 4a5c.- Receipts
4000 head.
Cows and Calves were dull and nominal at
$ 40a75. Receipts 250 head.
Sheep of good quality met a fair demand
but com men m.ve slowly. Soles ol the
former at 4a5c, and the latter at $2a3 per
heal. Receipts 14,0i0 head.
Hogs met a fair demand at $7 25 for corn
fed. Receipts 7000 head.
Sew Advertiscmenst.
AUCTION
IN PATTERSON,
OX SATURDAY EVENING,
OCTOBER 4th 1873,
OF
GENERAL .MERCHANDISE
A Reasonable Credit will be
given. Don't fail to attend.
LAIHD & BELL.
PUBLIC SALE OF
VOSK STATE CatVES !
L. R. B20ADES
Will sell at JOHN A. GALLAHKR'S resi
dence. Walker township, Juniata county, on
the Pike, on
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1873,
07" FIFTY MEAD OFa
SUPERIOR YORK STATE CALVES-
These Calves have been selected from the
best DAIRY COWS of Western New York,
and of the best blood in the State, Durham,
Devon, Ayreshire and Alderny.
I was M)rrv to disappoint you in my sale
advertised for Auiust; the Stock will be
on this time without fail, and can be seen at
J. A. Gallaher's from Tuesday, October'th,
until the day of sale.
Sale to commence at 12 o'cloca, noon.
Xo postponement on account of weather.
Li. K. KUUA1IL3.
ALSO, at the same m will be sold ONE
HUNDRED head of SHEEP, Feeders and
Stock Kwra. C. TYSON.
Sept. 24, 1873-ts
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT
ommv court sail
IN pursuance of Order issued out of the
Orphans' Court of Juniata county, the
undersigned, Executor of Catharine Cun
ningham, deceased, will offer at public sale,
on the premises, in Milford township, Ju
niata county. Pa., at 2 o'clock P. M., on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 1873,
The following described valuable real es
tate, to wit :
TWENTY-EIGHT ACRES OF LAND
bounded by lands of Col. John K. Robison,
John Cunningham and Orin Groninger,
hnvicg thereon erected a new two-siory
Frame
DWELLING HOUSE.
a GOOD BANK BARN and other out
buildings. There is a FINE YOCNG
ORCHARD of choice fruit upon the prem
ises. This land is cleared and in a good
state of cultivation, and is situated upon the
main road leading from Miffiintown to
Johnstown, two miles from the former and
three miles from the latter place.
CONDITIONS OF BALE:
Ten per cent of the purchase money to
be paid when the sale is confirmed by the
Court ; one half of the remainder on the
1st day of Ayril. 1874, when a deed and
possession will be given, and the remain
der on the lt day ot April, 187J5, the last
payment to be pectired by judgment note.
J. SHELBURN ROBISON,
Executor of Catharine Cunningham dee'd.
Sept. 17, 1873.
FiSTANTANEOUS RELIEF fc SOUND,
Refbeshiko Sleep Gcabaxteed
BY USING MY
IXSrAXT RELIEF FOR THE ASTHMA,
It acts instantly, relieving tpe paroxysm
immediately, and enabling the patient tolia
down ami sleep. I suffered from this dis
ease twelve years, but suffer no more, and
work and sleep as well as any one. war.
ranted to relieve ia the worst case. Sent
by mail on receipt of price, one dollar per
box ; ask your vragg'si lor it.
CHARLES B. HURST
Rochester, Beaver Co. Pa.
Feb. 21, 1878-y: -
A tine assortment of cloths, cassimercs.
eatings, &c, aiwrys on hand and Bir sate
by - b. B. LOUDON.
REPUBLICAN TICKETS.
ELECTION, OCiOBER 14, 1873.
JUDICIARY.
Judge of Supreme Court,
Isaac G. Gordon.
STATE.
btate Treasurer,
Robert W. Mackey.
couvTr.
. Senate,
John Irwin, Jr.
Assembly,
J. Beatty Henry.
Sheriff,
Jacob Lemon.
Register, Recorder, &c.
William W. Landis,
Treasurer,
Henry A. Statnbangh.
County Commissioner,
J. Banks Wilson.
Jury Commissioner,
John Motzer.
Auditor,
A. Y. McAfee.
JUDICIARY.
Judge of Supreme Court,
Isaac G. Gordon.
STATE.
Stte Treasurer,
Robert W. Mackey.
COUNTY.
Senate,
John Irwm, Jr.
Sheriff,
Jacob Lemon.
Register, Recorder, ke.
William W. Landis.
Treasurer,
Henry A. Starobaugh.
County Commissioner,
J. Banks Wilson.
Jury Commissioner,
John Motzer.
Auditor,
A. Y. McAfee.
JUDICIARY.
Judge of Supreme Court.
Isaac G. Gordon.
STATE.
State Treasurer.
Robert W. Mackey.
COUNTY.
Senate.
John Irwin, Jr.
Assembly,
J. Beatty Henry.
Sheriff.
Jacob LcuiOTi.
County Commissioner.
J. Banks Wilson.
Treasurer.
Kerry A. S'aiubaugb.
Register and Recorder.
William W. Landis.
Jury Commissioner.
Jobu Motzer.
Auditor.
A. Y. McAfee.
Assembly,
J. Beatty Henry.
JUDICIART.
Judge of Supreme Court,
Isaac G. Gordon.
STATE.
State Treasurer,
Robert W. Mackey.
COUNTY.
Senate,
Jobu Irwin, Jr.
Assembly,
J. Beatty Henry.
Sheriff,
Jacob Lemon.
Register, Recorder, Ac,
- William W. Landis.
Treasarer,
Henry A. Stambaugh.
County Corotrissiooer,
J . Banks Wilson.
Jury Commissioner,
John Motzer.
Auditor,
A. Y. McAfee,
Ket AihertiaeiHettfs.
Iron in the Blood
MAKES TBS WEAK STRONG.
The Peruvian Sirtip, a Protect
ed Solution of the Protoxide of
Iron, i so combined as to have)
the character of an aliment, am
easily digested and assimilated
with the blood as the simplest
food. It increases the quantity
of Suture's' Otcn Vitalizing
Agent, Iron in the blood, antl
cures "athousand ills," simply
by Toning vp,lHvigorating and
Vitalizing the System. The en
riched and vitalized bloo'l per
meates every part of the body,
repairing damages and waste,
searching out morbid secre
tions, and leaving nothing for
disease to feed upon.
This it the secret of the won
derful success of this remedy in
curing Dyspepsia, Liver Com
plaint, Dropsy, Chronic Diar
rhoea, Boils, Nervous Affections,
Chills and Fevers, Humors,
Iioss of Constitutional Vigor,
Diseases of tbe Kidneys and
Bladder, Female Complaints
antt all diseases originating in
a bail state of the blood, or ac
companied by debility or a low
state of lite system. Being free
from Alcohol, in any form, its
energizing effects are not fol
lowed by corresponding reac
tion, but are permanent, infu
sing strength, vigor, and neuf
life into all parts of the system,
and building up an Iron Con
stitution. Thousands have been changed
by the use of this remedy, from
weak, sickly, suffering crea
tures, to strong, health;, and
happy men and women; and
invalids cannot reasonably hes
itate to give it a trial.
See that each bottle has PERU
VIAN SYRUP blown in the glass.
Pamphlets free.
SETH W. F0WLE & SONS, Proprietors,
n. 1 BUItom Ple, Boston.
Bold it Dacooisti hiiaili,
VnABft MARK
THE VICTOR SKATING MACHINE
CO. want reliable and encrjrotic Agents
in this county. The "VICTOR" is a Lo,;k-stu-h.
Shuttle Machine, with Self setting
Needle, best finished and most perfect Ma
chine offered. An increase of over 300
per cent, on sie of 1S72 over 1871. For
Terms &.., Ad.irciss,
VICTOK SEWING MACHINE CO.,
1217 Chestnut St., FhiUd'a, Pa.
TO THE CITIZENS OF PENNSYL
VANIA Your kticution is specially invi
ted to the fact tuat Hie National Ranks are
now prepared to receive subsc'iptions to
the Capital Stock of tbe Centennial lioard
ot Finance. The funds realized from this
source are to be employed in the erection
of the buildings for the International Ex
hibition, and tne expenses connected wuh
the rame. It is contMt-nily believed that
the Kevstone btate v. ill ue represented liv
the name of every citizen alive to patriotic
commemoration of Hie one hundredth
birth day of the nation. The shares ol
stock are offered for $10 each, and sub
scribers will receive, a handsomely steel
cnt;rved Certificate of Stock, suitable for
framing mid preservation as a national
memorial.
Interest nt the rate of six per cent per
annum will be p'o'd on all payments of
Centennial Stock from date ot payment to
JaniiHry 1. 170.
subscribers who are not near a rtion.i
Bank can remit a check or post office order
to the undersigned.
FRE1VK FICALEY, .Trensnrer.
tf 904 Walnut SI., Philadelphia.
D,
P. SILO IFF ti. CO,
FORWARD ASD C0MJIISSI0X
MERCHANTS,
DEALERS IJI
GRAIN,
LUMBER,
COAL,
PLASTER,
SALT
C E M E N T,
CALCINED PLASTEB
jAMX'EL. B. LOUDEX,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
kevis's building on
BRIDGE ST.IirfLINTOWN, PA.
Desires to inform his friends and the public
that he has just received a tine and fashiona
ble stock of b PUING G(X IDS, consisting ot
CLOTHS Plain Black, Blue and Brawn.
CREP Dahlia, Brown and Blue.
TRICOT Black, Blue and Brown.
DIAGONALS Blue and Black.
CHEVIOTS All Shades.
SCOTCU GOODS All Styles.
BLACK DOESKINS A Superior Quality.
PANIS AND VEST PATTERNS Fine
St'MMEK GOODS General Assortment.
I will sell any of the above goods by the
yard or pattern.
Ql also keep on hand a full line
Bb'iTt RICK'S PATTERNS, consisting o
Men, Boys and Children's Shirts, Coats
Panta and Vests.
?" t nill manufacture to ordrrali kinds
of CUSTOM W'OKfcU PRICES KeaoDa
blc to kuit (he times. arch tl, 1872.
Caulina.
ALL person are ucrt.!y ca'nioned
jtjTiiiiit minting or oil:erviw irrrpus
Siug ou lue If.uus ot tne undersigned ia
Walker towiisliip. AH pere-ms offend
ing wiil be d-aH with to tbe full exwat
ot trie law.
JOHX R KAtFFJdAK.
From The
Tiro STOHES IsjV OJVE!
COME AND SEE
TIi
The Largest Lot Yet
AT TiLTEN & ESPENSCKADE'S,
ODD jJTIZjIjOWS' HALL,
332ldtg-o Oiroot, SCiflliiitowii, :
DEPARTMENTS.
Xo. 1. Domestics.
No. 2 Prints and Ginorlwnia.
No. 3. White Goods and Linelis.
No. 4. Flannels and White Quilts.
No. f. Silks, Dress Got ds and Sh.nvU
No. 6. Cloths, Cassiineres and Suiting
No. 7. Tweeds, Ermine, Jeans, tfce.
No. 8. Notions and Fancy Goods.
No. 9. Brussels,'. Wool, Ingrain, Venition and List Carpets.
No. 10. Wool and Cotton Carpet Yarns.
I.
Ladies Serge Fr Kid Morocco and Goat Shoes.
LL
Misses Serge Fr Kid and Morocco Gaiters.
m.
Child Buff, Blue, Pearl, Colored Kid Gaiters.
ALL GOODS CUSTOM MADE I WARRANTED
AT E,W PBSSCES.
. Glass and Queensware. Largest stock in the county.
Stone and Rockingham Crockery.
). Table Cutlery and Oil Shades.
J). TuMe and Floor Oil Cloths, I to 2 yards wide.
, Largest and best stock of Fine Groceries.
1 Foreign and Domestic Cured and Cnnd Fruits,
(x. Men and Boys Shoes and Boots.
Alo a full line of GROCERIES, WILLOW-WARE,
QUEENSWARE fc3, .
At ILw Pricc for CJaIi5
r UoMrafry Produce
Mifflintown, July 30, 1873 2m.
TOE FALL OF 187B
IN ALL ITS GLORY.
AT
J. & H. A. STAMBAUGH'S
MAMMOTH STORE ! !
aVT IMMENSE
Stock of Goods
JUST MECEirH.
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
DRY GOODS,
GROCERIES,
QUEENSWARE, NOTIONS,
HATSANDCAPSrTSAXDSIIOES'
CARPETS, &C. &C.
NEW CASH STORE
LOCUST GROVE, MILFORD TWP.,
One and a half miles Bouth.west of Patterson.
THE anbsenber would most respectfully inform the public that he has just opened a
Store at the aliove place, where he is prepared f supply all who may fa.or ln.o with
their patronage with the latest and most select assortment of
DRY GOODS, HROCERIKS. QTEENIWARE, WOOD AXD WILLOW WARE, OIL
CLOTHS, BOOTS A. SllOES. Also, with a f nil supply of
HOME-MADE GOODS, YARNS, &C,
All of which he offers to sell or exchange for country produce at
THE "VERY LOAVFST PRICES,
Much lower, in fact, than goods have been sold within the county for inanv years.
He will pay the highest market price for Locust Posts, It.mro.t.l Tics aild Wont,
either in cash or goods.
Locust Grove, Aug. 8, !873-tf.
WHET TO WEA3 A0 HOW TO WHES IL
:0:
Just step into SAMUEL ETliATER'S CLOTHING STOUE. Bridge street, Patterson'
Pa., and he will tell yon all abor.t it.
Having just returned from Philadeiphia and New York, he ran auppty yen with tbe
La .est and Choisest Style, cf
CLOTHING OF ALL KINDS,
Uoais, Pants, Vests. TIata, Caps, Boots and Slioes, Watches and Jewelry, Notions. Fr.r
mshing Goods in endless variety, Carpets, Flour Oil Cloth, Fnrnitnre, fcc., eheufer tbau
the cheapest, tor the same quality ol goods. Call in and he conviuced.
Measures Taken and Suits Made to Order.
Patterson, May 16, 187S. S AMVEL STBATBR.
Fire ilgain !
mmum I U
mm
Ma.
A. J. HERTZLEIl
Sew AdrertUemesits.
EVf TAiiOR SHOP
The nnderirTied tnl respe-t'iiHy in
foriu the pnhiic that he Sj4 0(emd a
TAILOR SHOP
at his residence, on Bridge street, in th4
Parker Maii.iin, and is now prepared to d7
CUSTOM WORK
! short notice and in tbw irost durable and
faTilonHh!e manlier.
lie intend to ('it ou! noriC but pood work
2.V jff.i a sliare ot th public patronage.
WILLIAM WISK.
aej.t ,, 1573-tf
HOOT A.D SSIOE UOP.
Tha iihde'rsipnwr, fit'Mon.ihle Boot anr!"
Shueinakur, new by rcspectrrH-mfornia lm
pi.bhc that he tua removed his
liOOT AND SilOtf STORE,
to the new S tore room, on Main street ad
joining his rtxirietiee, in I lie Bo.ouuh of
l'.ilti-r.oiu, where he is prepared to accom
modate the mint ia-!tidioi:s in
GFXTS" FIXE & COAKSK BOOTS,
LADIES' WEAR,
CIIILDItESS WEAR,
BROGAXS.&C., hCt
MEXI'SXG clone in the neatest m.itfner
and nptm the hhnrtest uotica. A liberal
share iii!;1k patronage is respectfully
solicited. Stis-'actiou guaranteed.
J. W. DEAN.
Patte rson, July H, lt73ti
JN7
BANKS & HAMLIN,
Main Street, DliiflintoiTB, Pa
DRVaS AX jJr-.ftrCJNE-S,
MIEVICAi., DYE STt'l'K. PAINTS
OILS, VAKX13HE2 OLASS, Vl'TT Yj
COAL OIL, LAMPS BL'UNEriS,
CHIMNEYS, B P. L S II E
lIAIlihhTKMES.TtHUll
lsursiiEs, rr.R-
PLMLIiy.COMUS,
SOAPS. M AIR
OlL,TiHAC
CO, CItJAK:4
NOTIONS.
ST AT loX E k Y
LARGE V A R I E E Y 0 T
PATE A T MEDICLNES,
Selected with great car., and warranted
ron high autlioritv.
CT-S'iirest of WIXES AND LIOPOPS
for luedieal purKeM.
TyPKES'JKlPTlONS rtipffnnded wi.'k
gre-at care. Jmie
1IIE4F JOHN'S
POPULAR STOUT,
IN WELLF.R'3 BUILDING, MAIN ST.,
M1FFL1J5T0WN, JUNIATA CO..PA.
Great Attractions and Extra In
ducements. Look at my prices and compare the in
with others :
Ladies Shawls at $!,", $J.llO np to $t;.i''
Bre.'kfast Shawls, Iroiu 50 cents np'-vards.
Woolen Blankets. Sl.Wf to $-1.
Conntorpanvs.. jSi-j, $1,1') and npuai
Baliiinr.l ind Melt'tn Skirts w$l.i"'
Ladies' Cotton Hose.. lL'J':, 1"'
" Woolen Kk:, Im-, 2 ,
Pocket Handkerchiefs 8c, 4c, c lie, tlic ai
upwards.
Underclothing.... 5"c, !"c, 6.V, T V-
Paler Collars, j-r box, ltlcts and npwai 'i
Shirt I'littons, pt-r gross...... .."c
Besl Luiep r-hoo Laces, per doz.... .. ...
Linen Town 10c, UJe, -He
II.iirSwiicl.es... IV.
lioitatioii Buckskin tiloves -Mi
Coate's mid t.'Ia'L's poo! Cotton...... i
Other poo! Cotton f.-.
Atold-eyed Needles ...,.'x U tm L-i
Ladies' Pur, f cl variety, set, $,.")
$,", $', !) an.l npvurdsv
Accordcons. Jewelry t alt kinds, (joii.
Silver and Plated Watches.
Ribbons of all shade
Neckties of nil styles.
Lsdies' Oloves anrt Hamlkeri-lii -t'-;
Ladies1 HihsIs and Sc:rrts Triiiinoiis .iv'
Edgings id' all kinds, Ladies' limits, lidU
I liderclolHing Knives and Pork,.S'u,o
Butcher ami Pocket Knives.
I am ! n. lined to sell, hence aiu en .
vied to offer cxira indwceineiits.
K70all and examine mf stock.
Xov. V, l!72-tf. KMIL SCKOTT.
."OKTllERX CENTRAL KAILWAV.
SPRING TIME SCIIEDU'K.
rror and Dntet Routt to an i fn r
Washington, Bullimorr, E'it. Eimtr;;,
Buffula, Roihtsler, and Stagi'T.i
lath.
Five Train Dally
to and from Wilmington and Baltmi ir", a: '
FOUR TRAINS DAILY
to and from th North aI West Bi.-.m h
Snsquehsftna, and
TWO TRAIN'S DAILY,
to and from Northern and Western "Ynr.-
svlrania and New York.
0:i and alter HON PAY, July 21. V
the trains on the Northern Central Kaiiwa?
will run a lollo'.vs :
NbRTnWARD.
MAIL TRAIN, leaves Baltimore 8 :jo a ;.
" Harrisluirs ! p
" Willianup'.i lil'i p r
arr.it Louira !
CINCINNATI EX, 'ra B larmore s in p u
arr at Harrishurfr 12
FAST LINE loaves Baltimore I : . .
" Ilarrisbnrg '. t"
art at Wiiliamsport H u
Northern Es leaves Baltimore 1 Dl a ;i
r. Harri.sburjf
Niagara Ei. h aves Baltimore,
II rrri.-lmr?
Wil'iamsport
4
7 t
KM'
'1 I
Klmiia
arrives Canandaigna
Eric Mail reaves Ilarrisbnrg
h-aves Sui leirv
4 I '. i i
f OK ., I .
h :; a !
1- 1- pi
J I i p i.'
5 if, .i -
rt '.!.'.' i
teavc. Wiiliaiusport
leaves Suiirs
arr at Can.ui4a:gua
SOrTi'WABD.
leaves Klmira
SIAIL TRAIN
Williams
" Ilarrisb ; Z I" p
arr at Baltimore i (
Fast line south leaves Ilarrisb.rjr ) 4: a
arr at Baltimore ila
Erie Express le. Willi.-imsp't
Sun bury
arrives flarrisburg
Erie Mail lw Canandaigua
Mmrra
Williainsport
Snnlmry
ar. Harrisburjr
PACIFIC E.X leaves llarristmr
i a '
9 4' a i
i! ; .
4
n 4i
' ; o a v.
arrives Baltimore '. X' v y
Niagara Ex. leaves Caiiaudaiyna 11 : " a r
Ehnira 1 oO i ,::
WiUianispori ; p n"
Karriatturj H ; f
arrives Baltimore 1- l" a .",
Harrisb'g Aecoin, lev llarrisbni 6 0' a -i
arrives Balliinore :" I', r. ;
Marl Train north and son;!. rj-; L:i-
nortb, Pacific Express south, Er'-? Exic:-;
sonth, li.krriburg Accouiiii'id.'.'i mti no-t ,
ami s.miiIi, N ia ira Express nortu aud . ai.
run ilaily except Sun-lay.
E'ie Mail north, Cincinnati Kx press nor'b
and sou ili, Western xpresr nurth aud Kas'
Lin" south leave dady,
i.rin Mail so mil. daily except M'-Iav.
t or further inlurination apply a ti:.; Tic':
et ijrher, Penusylvania Kailroa J Depot
A.J. CASoATt,
General Ma :3j(er.
ILurisourj, Jidy 21, lf78.
S uksenbe fot the Seotimd .

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