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SENTINEL & REPUBLICAN
Wednesday, nec'r 17, 1873.
B. F. SUIIWEIEK,
CDITOB 40 FBOFBIETOa.
Three Strange Picture.
lie who is designated m the " viae
mm" of tbe biblical character, eaid
there is "nothing new under the nan.
If he is correct, and we mast be ortho
dox enough to beliere that be is, or was,
lid keeping steadily in view, that faith
is ooe of the cardinal points of that
creed which is to connect us with the
happy unknown future, then oar pic
tures are not strange in point of fact ;
tbey only seem so to us, because we
never saw them before. If he is cor
rect, such pictures hare been exhibited
to the people of the old world, in other
days, with other people for actors. II u
nan nature is unchanged ; it is as it
was wbea the Erst nan was made ;
there is nothing new in it under the sun.
Our first picture n in France, and it
exhibits so much that is frail and foul
in bnman-kind that thinkers almost
conclude that France has been given
over directly to Satanic influences, and
as a consequence, is working under
the qualities which he imparts to his
loyal and loving subjects.
The two central Enures in the pie
ture are Marshals McMabon and Ua
xaine, the former as the head of the
French government, with the prospect
of any day becoming its recognized
Emperor, the latter condemned to be
sbet as a traitor, with sentence com
muted to twenty yearn' imprisonment.
These two men were the pillars in the
Empire of Napoleon III, which King
William so saddenly knocked to pieces,
and both surrendered to the latter with
large amies. These marshals were the
pride of Napoleon's army, and were
expected to march from one end of
Germany to the other. The result,
however, was different, for when the
Germans got among them tbey were to
the French as Taurus was to the crock
shop. Fragmoets of the French armies
flew hither and thither, while the two
great bodies centered- at Sedan under
McMabon, and at Meti under Bazaine.
Napoleon was with McMabon at Sedan.
A few sound German knocks induced
McMabon to surrender a fully equipped
army of one hundred and twenty-two
thousand men with the Emperor of the
Bazaine was at Metz, and of course
after McMabon and Napoleon were out
cf the way, all of the German forces
were centered about him. The mar
shal fonght well, desperately, but it was
all of no avail. lie was met on every
side and abut np and besieged. After
time he, too, surrendered an army of
one hundred and seventy thousand men,
and thus the Napoleonio Empire was
entirety broken np. A sort of a Re
public took its place under Thiers.
After a time he was displaced, and Mo
Eahon, one of the marshals ot the Em
pire, was installed in h;S stead. Mean
while Bazaine, who was as loyal as Mo
Mabon, was subjected to trial, and last
week sentenced to be shot as a common
deserter. The sentence has, however,
been commuted, and instead of its pen
alty being imposed, be will be impris
oned for twenty yesrs somewhere not
vet designated. What a picture.
A second picture we find Lei a at
home among ourselves, and the canse
of it is found in the capture of the Vir
ginias and the murder of a large num
ber of those found on board of her.
A shudder of horror at the barbarity
of that execution ran through the conn-
try. The whole people were indignant
and demanded satisfaction, which will
be rendered, it is boprd, without the
calamity of war. The central figures
in'Ttis'pic'turc ,r ,he ,oud!J elnorirg
men for vengeance B5!S lbo8e wbo
insulted our flag and defied our gov2
eminent." They are the same men
who, a few rears sgo, trampled the flag
tbey bow mauifest so much concern for.
under their fjet, and swore that rather
than live under the government, the
honor of which they express themselves
ready to d:e for, they would emigrate
to Cuba, Spain, South America, any
where indeed, so that they would not
be under the rule of the Vandals ot
the North. What a picture. 11 ow
powerfully it speaks for the humanity
f tbe Government, and how silently
but overwhelmingly it condemns the
The third and last picture of tbe
group is found in the Congress of the
United States. There, as the repre
sentative of the Southern view of civil
ization, and a central figure, may be
seen, Alexander 11. Stephens, ex-Vice
President ef tbe defunct Southern Con
fedetaey. If the Rebel government
bad been a success, the werld would
not have been greeted with the sight of
any Northern man who bad been prom'
iuent in the government against rebel
lion being allowed a seat in the Rebel
Conrress. Tbeir notions are not of
that generous and forgiving kind.
Just tbe other day Mr. Stephens
made a speech on the salary grab ques
tion, and it does seem to plain Repub-
licsDS and Democrats as if tbe old man
was a little extravagant in bis views.
tie favored a salary of ten thousand
dollars per year fer Congressmen, and
one hundred thousand dollars per year
for President, and intermediate salaries
for Judges of the Supreme Court and
other officers. Possibly before tbe ses
sion is over tbe old man may so pre
sume upon tbe generosity ef Congress
as to ask it to provide for tbe payment
of the Southern debt. Was there ever
a greater kindness and generosity ex
tended to- fcbellioui and despotic peo
ple than that extended by the conquer
ing North to the conquered Sooth T and
was there ever greater audacity dis
played than by them who did all tbey
knew how to destroy the Congress of
the United States and all other oo- ordi
nate (ranches of government, and when
they failed, step back into place as if
nothing bad occurred f What a pic
ture. If your emotions are trained
and in subjection there will be no visi
ble effects. You nevertheless feel its
power! ul force.
A BOSTON despatch of Deo. 11th,
says : David M. Kimble, of No. 10
Common street, Cbarlestown, killed bis
wife and step-daughter this morning,
and then k'UleJ bimi-elf. Very few facts
can be gathered about the terrible trag
edy. Kimble was a blacksmith, em
ployed at the navy yard, and kept a
few boarders. He had the reputation
of being industrious and fober. His
family consisted of his wife, Caroline,
aged about forty years, a step daugh
ter named Miranda Wells, aged about
seventeen years, and one or two domes
tics. A brother of Kimble committed
suicide some years airo, and insanity is
said to be in the family.
A PKsrATcn from St. Louis, under
date of the 11th inst., says : The young
er James Brothers, commonly known as
tbe Iowa railroad train robbers, robbed
tbe store of Biyant & Chandler, at
Brasley, Cass county, Mo., last Friday
afternoon, and shot and severely wound
ed Isaac Husson. A party of citizens
pursued tbe robbers, but weie captured
by them at Monogaw Springs, and after
some deteotion were released with the
injunction that they would be held re
sponsible for reports which were circu
lated regarding their acts.
A despatch from Modoc City, Pa.,
under "late of December 12ib, says :
One quarter of this place is in ashes.
Tbe fire coiumeuced about seven o'clock
this morning in Max Eisasser's gents'
furnishing store. Tbe flames spread
each way on toe east side of Main street
with great rapidity, and the whole busi
ness part of the place north, to Hard
niaa's boarding-house, burned. No
buildings were burned on tbe west side
cf the street. Phillips Bros.' new
bauking house, and other buildings en
the west side, were badly damaged, and
escaped tbe flames only by the wind
being favorable, and blowing the flames
from them. There is a general impres
sion that tbe fire was the work of an
ineendiary. Tbe Jew, Elsasser, was
mobbei by a gang of desperate men,
with a rope, and escaped banging only
by bis tears and protests of iunocence.
One kcock down grew out of a charge
made by one of the principal sufferers,
who lost every thinr. There is the
greatest excitement in town, and the
Jew has bid himself. Tbe loss will
reach $50,000, on which there is little
or no insurance.
A DESPATCH of tbe 12th inst., from
Butler, Pa , says : About o'clock this
morning eight prisoners made tbeir es
cape from the Builer county jail- The
rivets holding one plate cf the rear
floor over the sewer weie broken, and
the plate raised. Getting into the sew
er the prisoners cade their way through
a hole into the main cellar and dug
through under tbe jail wall. Foreman,
list week found guilty of murJer in the
second degree, is one of tbe escaped.
Active steps were taken on the discov
ery of the escape, but up to this time
none of the eight have beeu captured.
The Bender butchers have been
traced out, as may be learned from tbe
following despatch, dated at Atlanta,
Georgia, on tbe 13th inst. : A real sen
sation was produced in Spartaosburg,
3. C, last night by the arrest of tbe
Benderjauiily for murder at Burgins
ville, a small "ESpufaBiunng village in
this county, and fivearlM iTom lown
Every one will remember tbe great ex
citament that was produced Dot long
since by the discovery of a wholesale
murder committed by tbe Bender fam
ily in Kansas, and the exhuuiing of the
bodies of tbe victims, found buried on
tbe premises around tbe dwelling, and
that tbe Bender family had made good
tbeir escape before their crimes were
detected. By vigilant efforts the mur
derers were traced and an officir, with
a posse of police came over from Union
county and arrested an old man nearly
seventy years old, at Bevingsville,
named Thomas Webb, as the veritable
old man Bender, and his wife as the old
woman Bender. Steps have been taken
to arrest his son Joshua Bender, and
his wife, who are living in North Car
olina, near Hickory Station, on the
Western North Carolina Railroad. It
is learned that this man Thomas Webb,
a shoemaker by trade, formerly lived
near Bevingsville, and moved west with
his family about 17 years ago. Ibe
name of Beuder must have beon as
gamed by them when they moved west,
or wbea they commenced the life of
robbers and murderers, as the old man
and bis wife moved back to this county
a short time since and settled in the
neigh borbocd in which tbey were ar
rested. The Altoona Tribune of Monday
says : On Friday morning a party of
gamblers bailing from tbo west, named
Cooper, Hamilton and F rarer, took pas
sage at this point on the Pacific Express
train eastward bcund. Soon thereafter
they commenced playing three-card
monte and bad seme slight difficulty
with Mr. George Young, the conductor
of the train. At ooe of tbe stations
east of Altoona on tbe Middle Division,
the gamblers alighted" front the train
sod returned to this' city. The same
evening they again started east on the
Fast Line, and again commenced play
ing tbe game of three-card monte with
their fellow-passengers. Subsequently
Mr. Ed. Chase, the conductor of the
train, attempted to interfere with their
sport when the gamblers drew tbeir r
volvers and drove bim out of tbe c;
At Huntingdon the trio left tbe train
and returned to Tyrone, where they
were attested on Saturday morning,
taken back to Hnnlingdon and commit
ted to prison. Later in the day they
were given, a hearing before Esquire
Murray, but none of the witnesses
called could swear positively that pis
tola had been drawn. However, they
were each held in three hundred dol
lars bail to answer tbe charge of gam
bling, at the January term of the Hunt
ingdon county court. Not beiog able
to secure bail tbe party was remanded
back to prison. Cooper and Frazer
bail from Chicago, and Hamilton from
A despatch, under date of tbe 13th
inst., from Nashville, Teoo., says : W.
B. Wood, Agent of Adams' Expre-s
Company, at Franklin, Ky., had bis
skull crushed and his safe robbed of
four thousand dollars, about 9 o'clock
Thursday night Thefe were three
men concerned in tbe assault and rob
bery. One of the suspected parties
was shortly afterwards arrested. Two
others John McGuire and Duncan
McPherson, wbo clandestinely boaided
a southern bound freight train soon af
ter tbe occurience, were discovered and
locked up by the eonductor, and guard
ed until their arrival in this city, when
they were turned over to the polioe,
and yesterday afterooon taken to Frauk-
iin. It is feared that Mr. Wood is
The Bellefonte Republican relates
tbe following case of misplaced confi
dence : A queer case of tbe old con
fidence game has been developed in this
place, during tbe last few days. One
of the boldest and most complete ras
cals that ever carried on his high-banded
swindles bas been doing a land office
business in different towns along tbe
river and has succeeded to an alarming
extent in defrauding landlords and
others in every town be has cursed with
Lis presence. lie came here .n last
Saturday a week in company with a gen
tleman named Dungan, a traveling drug
gist wbo is well and favorably known
here as an honorable and upright gen
tleman. He registered at the Bush
House as " II. Gardner, New York
City." His personal appearance is
very much in his favor. He was very
neatly dressed, had a pleasant counte
nance, was a quiet, modest looking man
with a semi-pious, half military stylo,
which, added to bis scrupulous toilet,
made bim rather distinguished looking
than otherwise. Mr. Dungan says he
accidentally met him in Williamsport,
and, as their route lay in the same di
rection, tbey traveled together to this
place. He told Mr. D. and others with
whom he became acquainted that be
bad been a captain, during tbe war, on
the staff of Gen. Burnniue, and that be
was at preseut traveling fur tbe " New
York Vuleasized Rubber Type Foun
dry. 1C9 and 171 Broadway, N. Y."
During tbe day be was introduced to
many parties as " Captain" Gardner,
late of General Burnside'a staff. On
tbe following day (Sunday) he appeared
in faultless attire, having previously
as tbe hotel clerk informed us bathed
himself in a mixture of water and "Lu
bins' Extract." The reader now will
begin to see what a higb-toned impostor
be was. On Monday morning follow
ing, be proceeded to perpetrate bis
swindle. Some time after nine o'clock
he called upen an uptown merchant,
whose name, ont of courtesy, we with
hold and stated that he had a certified
check for one hundred dollars on a New
yrjE.hnk which he 'desired tO- tin.
cashed and asked that be would accom
pany him to one of the banks aud iden
tify him. Mr. Dungan being with him
at tbe time the unsuspecting merchant
indorsed the check and of course Gard
ner had no trouble in getting the amount
in greenbacks. He paid his bill at the
hotel and bidding his newly made
friends a cordial adieu loft for parts
unknown. After the lapse of a few
days the check came back protested
and, with it, a letter from the bank
upon which it was drawn, stating that
it was a forgery out of the whole cloth,
that they had no such depositor as the
name signed to the check, that they had
never sen it before, that the fellow,
Gardner, had been forging a number of
checks on their bank and suggested
that it was about time he was taken
care of. Mr. Dungan, like tbe honor
able gentleman that be is, promptly pai J
the check himself, feeling that be was
in a measure responsible for imposition
on the aforesaid merchant. We Lave
since learned that ha passed a forged
check, for the amount of fifty dollars,
upon the proprietors of the Central
Hotel at Sunbury, and, that while there
be called himself C. Gardennier,"
that be came the same dodge at Dan
ville, Milton and various other places,
and that he attempted to do the same
with Mr. t m. McCormick of the Lock
Haven National Bank. His right
name is said to be Winsbip. Tbe New
Yord firm that he claims to be traveling
for utterly discard all knowledge of
him. At all events he is a sharper and
should be speedily checked in bis whole
It u 355 miles from Philadelphia to
PiltKhunch. 853 from Philadelphia to
Chicago, and 1,327 miles from Philadel
phia to Omaha.
SIIO RT 1TE3H.
Mrs. Nancy Carner, of Munster, Cam
bria county, while standing on a board on
the top of a pisr-peu and in the act of
reaching for a" chicken,- fell into the pen
and was instantly killed on last Wednes
day a week.
A gentleman who rather suspected some
one was peeping through the keyhole of
his office door, investigated with a syr
inge full of pepper sauce, and went home
to find his wife bad been cutting wood,
and a chip bit her in the eye !
It is now discovered that the account of
a 'balloon" being found in a tree in north
Africa, and supposed to have traveled
southward from France during tbe Fran
co German war. is founded on a typo
graphical error. The word should have
A young man in Indiana rues his father
for loaned money, which the fathr claims
as his own property. The father's coun
sel, in summing up the case of his client,
remarked, "Twice has this prodigal re
turned to the father's house ; twice has
he been received with open arms ; twice
for him bas the fatted calt been killed,
and now he comes back and wants the
They have a human monstrosity io
Jacksonville. Florida, whi-;b is called an
alligator boy. It is thus described : A
boy thirteen years old, with hands and
feet shaped like an alligator's, his Lack
bone ail on one side of his body, bis heart
on the right side where the liver ought to
be. fifteen ribs on one side and four on
the other, the countenance of a bright,
intelligent boy, and the movements of an
The sea otter, or Alaska seal, is the
most valuable of all the furs which pass
uuder the name or seaL-kins. Tbe fur is
exceeding fine, soft and velvety, perfectly
black in f ull season, but at other times of
a shining, deep sepia, or of a rich chest
nut brown. The sea-otter formerly com
manded in China from $60 to $100 the
skin. It. was a tradition among bailors,
forty years ago, that all the sea-otter skins
went to China because no other people
cou!d han'lle a fur so fine. Now, how
ever, it is a faxhionahle fur in Europe and
America, aud its imitations are even more
fashionable. Other otter skins are also
Horse meat appears to have acquired
a permaneut footing in the popular Aus
trian bill of fare. Statistics of the con
sumption of this convenient substitute
lor beef are carefully kept and published
in the Vienna papers. According to the
New Free Press the slaughter pf horses
for food in July last amounted to 203, in
August to 1S4, and in September to 221.
lu the entire quarter, therefore, no less
i han 60S horses were converted into food.
The price at which nor so meat is sold is
certainly not exorbitant The "fore quar
ters" at from 12 to 14 kreutaers per
pound, the "hind-quarters' at 14 to 16,
the ribs and loins at from 16 to 18- Fat
sells at from 13 to 26 florins per hundred
weight, aud bones at 1 florin and 30
k re u tiers.
The Rev. L. C. Herman, of Douglass
tow nshi p, M ont gomery county, over whose
head sixty winters have passed, eloped on
Saturday last with Maria Bar'o, a widow
lady of about the same ase, who resides
near Mount Pleasant, Washington town
ship, Berks county. About two years ao
Lewis was married to Maria against the
will of her relatives. The marriage was
soon afterwards declared null and void by
the court, owing to tbe lady not being of
sound mind, aud she was sent to the lu
natic asylum at Philadelphia, where she
remained some nine months, when she
was again broucht home, and a close
watch kept over her. After repeated at
tempts she has at last given the in the
slip and hied away with ber lover. The
lady io question is very wealthy, owning
very nearly all the property around Mount
Pleasant, from which iron ore is being
taken. Mr. Herman was formerly in the
ministry (Reformed), and had charge cf
several congregations in the upper end ot
Montgomery and lower end of Berks
county. Reading (Pa ) Eagle.
There is a queer slander suit in Daren
port. Iowa. A fasiily naaied Knack had
$50 stolen from the house nearly two
years ago- An old housewife suggested
as a means for discovering tbe thief a
trial of the book and the key. An old
prayer book and antiquated key were pro
cured, the key inserted between the leaves
of the book, and a handkerchief tied
around the centre of the book.. The book
was thenlie'd ipl.y-'ihe Ley while the
names of the neighbors were repeated,
the theory being that the book would
drop whenever the thief's name was yro
pounced. At the mention of two nauier.
Handier and Naumaun, the book inva
riilly dropped in repeated trials. This
soon became town talk, an 1 was so uu
pleasant to Messrs. Naumann and Bartch
er that they brought suit against the
Knack fatuilv, lor $5000 damages, on ac
count of defamation of character. When
i he case came to the jury eleven were in
lavor of assessing the damages at tbo fig
ores c'aimcd, but the other jjror, who
probably believed in book and key, held
nut. and a verdict was given for the de
IN pursuance of an order issued ont of
the Orphans' Conrt of Juniata county,
and to the undersigned directed, will be
exposed to pnblic sale, at Johnstown, Beale
townfchip, Juniata county, Pa., at 1 o'clock
P. M., on
Saturday, January 17, 1874,
The fnilnurinir rpl mntMt ta mrit Tk. un
divided two-thirds of a piece or parcel of
lano situated in Berne townsbip, Juniata
county, adjoining lands of Johu and Chas.
Bard ell, containing
more or less, with a
and STABLE thereon erected.
Alsn, a LIME QUARRY, containing
about THREE ACRES, adjoining the lands
of John and Chas. Baidell and Evard Oles.
TERMS OF SALE .
' One-half of the purchase money te be
paid on the confirmation of the sale by tbe
Court, and the balance oa te first day of
April, 1874, when a deed will be made and
Adui'r of W iUiam Hosier, dee'd. j
Dee. 17, 1873. . 1
- Proposals for School House.
THE Board of School Directors of Walk
er townsbip will meet at Locust Bun,
on SATURDAY, JANUARY S, 1874, at 12
o'clock M., for the purpose of letting the
building of the honse at the above place.
Said house Is to be built of brick ; site, 28x
S6 feet ; ceiling 14 feet in the clear. Said
bouse to be completed with desks I black
board the entire length of North end, to be
finished with patent wash ; outside a vesti
bule 5i feet. Said bouse to bis completed
by October 1st, 1874. The Directore will
receive sealed proposal for said house at
the time and place above mentioned.
By ordur oi the Board of Directors.
DAYIO DIYEN, President.
V . D. V asdics, Secretary.
THE undersigned, having completed his
new Warehouse iu Perry&ville, would
respectfully invito the attention -f the
farmers of the county to the fact that be is
at all time
PAYING THE HIGHEST PRICES
FOR ALL KINDS OT
GR1I, SEEDS, Ac, Ac.
Having introdnced new facilities for hoist
ing, weighing, fcc, we are now prepared to
unload with tbe least possible trouble.
Bark, Railroad Ties, Locust
Posts, and all Saleable
will be booght at all times, either for
CASH OK IX EXCHANGE TOR MER
CHANDISE. HAVE FOR SALE
COAL, LUMBER, FISH, SALT,
which will b sold to suit purchasers, either
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL,
and at the lowest rates ruling.
At my Store in Turbett township may be
found a complete an assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Queensware, Hardware, &c,
all of which will be sold as low, if not a
little lower than elsewhere-
Dec. 10, 1873-tf
rUXIATA VALLEY BANK.
Fomeroy, Patterson, Jacobs & Co.
mrrLUTOwR, j cm at a cocrtt, ra.
JOSEPH POMEROY, Preaide.it.
T. VAU IRVIN, Cashier.
Jerome X. Thompson,
John J. Patterson,
II. H. B-htel,
S. Frank Eagle.
Untied Stale Setrihes, Bond, tfC,
bought and sld
Seven-thirtu exchanged for Five-twenties
at market rates. United Status coupons
Gold aid Silver bought at highestt rates.
Depotil received, collection made, draft
oa the principal cities, and general banking
Bonds and other valuable papers received
on special deposit. june8'73-tf
"CTf BOOK A. SHOE STORE
IX KESIDE.NCE, 0T
CUEKET STREET, MIFFLISTOWX,
The undersigned would respectfully an
nounce to the public that hi. has opened a
Boot and Shoe tore at his residence on
Che-ry street, and keeps on hand a large
and well selected stock of
READY-MADE WORK, for
MEN, WOMEJi and CHILDREN.
He is alo prepared to manufacture, of
the best material, all kinds of
BOOTS, SHOES AND GAITERS
for gents, ladies and cbillren. . - -all
Give. Tne a call, for 1 feel confident that I
CHI Tunrnh you wilh any kind of work you
CyRppairing dona neatly and at reason
June 8, 187S JOHN NORTII.
TIMBER I IX HIRER
White Tine Shaved Shingles, Lap an j
Sawed Shingles, Plastering Lath,
Pickets and Dry Boards,
For sale by
Milroy, Mifflin County, Pa.
H. C. ORTH,
310 MARKET STREET,
II ARRISBURC, PA.
piANOS k. 1ABIXET QROANS,
And all kinds of Musical Instruments.
This house buys for cash ;
never gave a note, and is, there
fore, enabled to offer induce
ments to its patrons. Employs
no agents, and gives all agents'
commiss.ons to its customers
CIRCULARS SENT FREE.
Sep 5, 1878-1 y.
A large assortment of Queensware, China
ware, uiassware. I rockery ware. Cedar
ware, &x, for sale cheap hv
J. H. A. 8TAMBAUG&
Large stock of Beady-made Clothing for
lby BAKUtY at CO.
Of New Goods this Season !
10 PER CENT.
CHEAT TR TWJV EVER !
Water Proof Cloth at 88 cts
Velveteen at 50c, 90c, and
$1.00 per yard.
Colored Blanket! at $ 1 .33 and $ 1 .75
JVhiie Blankets at $2.25 and
At Low as 3Cc per jard.
IMITATION BUCK GLOVES
AT SIXTY CENTS.
Respectfcllt YorKs, &c,
13 HEREBY GIVEN, That, in order to
raise money to aid in the construction of a
new Court House in Mittiintown, the under
signed, Commissioner of the county of
Juniata, have issued and are now prepared
to sell, at their office in Mittiintown,
The Bonds of the County,
of such denominations a may be desired
not less than Fifty Dollars with cupon
attached, at the rate of in per centum in
terest, to be paid annually. aid Bouds to
be payable in one, two, or more years, not
These Bonds are issued under the provi
sions of the Act of Assembly of tbe 9th of
April, 1868, and will be a sate and desira
ble investment, exempt from taxation for all
local and municipal purposes.
WM. VAN SWERINGEN",
DAVID B. DIMM,
A. A. CROZIER,
Jams Diiv, Clerk.
Commissioners' Office, WifBin-
town, Nov. 7. 1878.
jEW DRCCS STORE.
BASKS & HAMLIN,
(Old Post-Othce Building,)
91 a In Street, Nlffllntonrn, Pa.
Tlltros avn livnirivra
CHEMICALS, DYE STUFF, P.AINTS
COAL OIL, LAMPS, BURNERS,
HAIR BRUSHES, TOO IH
FUMERY.Co.MBS, SOAPS. HAIR
STATION 8k Y
LARGE V A R I a E Y OF
Selected with great car, and warranted
jrora nign auinority.
tt-Purest of WINES AND LlQITORfs
for medical purposes.
B-PKLSKIFTIONS cmDonnded with
great care. June 22-U.
JEVV FURNITURE STORE.
The undersigned would inform the public
that he has opened a
la the oqrCugtt ol Patterson, where he has
K1LBOURX & GATES'
Walnut Bedroom Sets,
ALL STYLES OF BEDSTEADS,
MARBLE TOP BUREAUS,
MARBLE TOP STAXDS,
Sofa, Cane-seat and Common
Chairs, Wash Stands,
Also, a Large Lot of Carpets.
As I run a car to Philadelphia weekly 1
am prepared to fill all orders for furniture,
carpets, Ac., in person.
F. F. EOHM.
Oct 22, 1873-tf
PRICES OP TEETH !
Fall Upper er Lower Setts as Lew as $5
No teeth allowed to leave the office un
less the ralieut is satisfied.
Teeth remodeled and repaired.
Teeth fillej to last (or life.
Denial wo-k done Sr persons without
them leaving their bomes, il desired.
Toothache stopped in five minutes with
out extracting the tooth, at tbe Denial Of
fice of O. L DlRR, established in Mifflin
town in I860.
O. L. DERIt,
Jan 24. 1872. Practical Dentist.
Notice or Dissolution.
THE partnership heretofore existing be
tween NHh Hertxlerand William H.
Kurtz, in the name and atvle of Hertzlar A
Kurt, at Van Wert, in Walker township,
Juniata county, baa this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. A 11 persons having un
settled accounts will please call on W. H.
KrU, at Vai. Wert, and make settlement,
and those having claims will present them
for payment, a tbe books aod accounts are
in hi hands lor settlement.
WH. H. KCKTZ.
Oct. 22, 1873.
W. H. EnBTX Will Mntinlu th V-.I-U.
at the old stand. Thankful for all past
c i. uupeiiu oi iniure patronage,
and heartily invites all to call and examine
JOB PRINTING OF EVEBIKISD
done at this office.
GOODS SOLD AT'
PANIC PRICES !
BARGAINS for EVERYBODY
CHEAP ! CHEAP ! CHEAP !
IS THE CBT !
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES
U Quick Salee and Small Profit !"
LARGE SINGLE SHAWLS
Sold as low s $1.50.
Shawls of Every Description
Sold at a Sacrifice.
Four Border Handkerchiefs
FOR 26 CEST3.
Buying my Good for Caah enable
me to make these Great Keductiona.
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
We have opened out in Jacob Thomas'
parlor, one door north of the Juniata Hotel,
the largest and best stock of
ever brought to the county.
We buy our stock from Manufacturers
and in large lots. W pay cash and expect
to sell for cash, which will enable ua to
At Prices far Below the Average.
TTORK MADE TO ORDER.
This branch of the business wilt be su
perintended by A. B. FASICC, one of the
best practical mechanics in tbe county. All
kinds of repairing done.
ALL WORK WJRRASTED.
July 2, 1873-tf
g B. LOUDON',
in rom in rear of Crystal Palace Building,
on "Water Street, Miffiintown, Pa.,
fashionable goods always on
CUSTOM WORK DONE on the shortest
GOODS SOLD by the yard or pattern.
PERSONS buying gooda can hae them
eut in garmenta free of charge. '
BCTmrCK-S .PJTTFRXS also for
ALL HORK WARRANTED.
Oct 22, 1873-tf
EVT TAILOR SIIOP.
The undersigned would respectfully in
foriii the paolic that be has opened a
at his residence, on Bridge street, in the
Parker Mansion, and is now prepared to do
at short notice and in tk mnt In m- ..j
He intends to put nut none but good work
and asks a share of tbe public patronage.
JOHN DIEHL hereby annonncea to his
old customers and the public generally,
that he ha again resumed hnin. .t ki.
old stand, on
Water Street, Mimintewn,
Where he will manufacture in a satisfactory
Harness, Light and Heavy, to
Hone Collar, Riding; Saddle, Waggon
Saddles, Bridle of all Kind,
Plow Lines, tn fact everything
in His Line.
REPAIRING neatly and expeditiously
Call and inquire before going elsewhere.
On Water Street, a few doors Xtorth of
uie vrvsiai ralace Building.
Nov 12, 1873-6m
Will Ti.it mm;- - i ..
-, i uurmiaj mint aaiuraay mora me
nH a.ll r..;. L .1. , T
- .... ...uiiia in milieu, ih IOCS DOr-
onirh mi ih. k..t r
BEEF, VEAL, MUTTON, PORK, fcc
at th verj lowest prices. He respectfully
solicits the patronage of the public.
A line assortment of cloths, cassirsere.
Tertn trm Aj . ' am. .M k. i r .
o- - .j v mu'j ana lor sale
DT K R T nrtnAv
OT rarHaaeniarr Practice
Rule Of proceeding and debate in delib
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ktek fof turf member of a deliberate bony,
ud the authoritj in all the Sute.
Tbe most authoritative expounder of
American parliamentary law." Chaa. Sum
ner. Price, 65 cent. Sent trv mail on receipt
of Price. Address THOMPSON, BROWN
. CO., Boston, Mass.
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Godey's Lady's Book for 1874,
Whether to a Sicgla Subscriber for Three
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CO., 'ew York. Boston, Chicago, Cincin
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THE COMPANION aim to be a favor
ite in every family looked for eagerly
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FERRY, MAS0X & CO.,
41 Temple Flacc. Boston, Mass.
FIRFlTiV HI JGE CONE BURNER
rnvcaiLTj for sun ciumnets.
made by PLOIE Si. AT WOOD, pro
duces the largest light. Can be usd oa
any coal oil lamp. I or sale by ail lamp
WH'M IT'TV MEN' Gir' ,n1
T VillAlill bvvs waaud to sail
our French and A ;nerican Jewelry. Books,
Games, Ac, in their own localities. i
capital nred-d. Catalogue, terms, fcc,
sent rasa. P. O. V1CKERY fc CO., A
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? AO dress U. M. Scluvss fcCoHSt.
Paul b t., Baltimore, Md.
I suffered with Catabbb thirty vear. and
was cured by a simple remeri). Will send
receipt, postage fiee, to at larHicted. Rev.
T. J. MEAD, Drawer 178, Syracuse, N.T.
milJ VICTOR ST.VCIn V ruTVT
A CO. want reliable and energetic Agent
iu this conoty. Tbe "VICToR" is a Lock.
tit- h. Shuttle Machine, with Self setting
N eedle. best flniahed and moat narTivt u
chine offered. An increase of over 500
per cent, on sale of 1872 over 1871. For
Terms Ac, Address,
VICTOR SEWING MACHINE CO.,
1227 Chestnut St., Philad'a, Pa.
A Wholesale Purchasing Agent for the
The Needle's eve tli. ml. ia ii,.a
through; self setting Needle; ran light;
sews fast ; cheapest best made best fin
ished most durable Machine iu existence.
WRITTEN GUARANTEE FOR 3 YEARS.
For Circulars, Terms, Ac, address
AMERICAN S. M. CO.,
22 N. Second Street,
Harris burg. Pen'.
Jaars Waan, Manager
Hsrrisburg, Sapt 19. I873-Sm.
RATDILL Jl CO.
vieuiui ciiuii a
Batting, Wadding, Twines, &c,
ah a rur AssotTwrsr of
WOOD & WILLOW WARE
No. 420 Market Str-et, above 4th,
June 27, 1873-tf.
La-ge stock of Dry Goods at J kB,A
S taabangh', Crystal Palace.
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