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GENERAL DIRECTIONS FOR PRE SERVING. Perhaps at the present season a few gen erl hints on preserving for the use of a young house wife may be acceptable. Several of the directions may appear need less; but there may be some inexperienced persons to whom they may be beneficial. 1. Let everything used for the purpose be clean and dry; especially bottles. 2. Never place a preserving pan flat on the lire, as this will render the preserve liable to burn as it is called; that is to say, to adhere closely to the metal, and then to burn; it should always rest on a trcvet or on the lower bar of the kitchen range. 3. Alter the sugar is added to them, stir the preserves gently at first, and move quickly towards the end, without quitting them until they are done; which precau tion will prevent their being spoiled. 4. All preserves should be perfectly cleared from the scum as it rises. 5. Fruit which is to be preserved in syrup must first be blanched or boiled gently, until it is sufficiently softened to absorb the sugar, and a thin syrup be pour ed over it at first, or it will shrivel instead of remaining plump and becoming clear. Thus, if its weight of sugar is allowed and boiled to a syrup with a pint of water to the pound, only half the weight must be taken at first, and this must not be boiled with the water more than fifteen or twenty minutes at the commencement of the pro cess. A part of the remaining sugar must be added every time the syrup is reboiled unless it should be otherwise directed in the receipt. ti. To preserve both the true flavor and the color of the fruit in jams and jellies, boil them rapidly until they are well re duced before the sugar is added, and quick ly afterwards, but do not allow them to become so much thickened that the sugar will not dissolve in them easily, and throw up its scum. In some seasons the juice is so much richer than in others that this effect takes place almost before one is aware of it; but the drop which adheres to the skimmer when it is held up, will show the state it has reached. 7. Never use tin, iron or pewter spoons or skimmers, as they will convert the color of red fruit into a dingy purple and impart besides a very unpleasant flavor. 8. W hen cheap jams or jellies are re quired make them at once with sugar, but use that which is well refined always for preserving in general. It is a false econo my to purchase an inferior kind, as there is a great waste from it in the quantity of scum which it throws up. 9. Pans of copper or bell metal are the proper utensils for preserving fruit. \\hen used they must be scoured bright with sand. Tinned pans turn ami destroy the color of the fruit that is put in to them. A stewpan made of iron and coated with earthen ware is very nice for preserving.— (lodeys Lady's Book. Suiwc for Baked Puddings. —A very cheap sauce can be made by simply sweet ening a bowl of rich cream, and spicing it with nutmeg, cinnamon or vanilla. A still richer sauce is made by mixing two parts sugar with one of butter, whip them to a froth, spice as above, and add a little wine or brandy if liked, but a spoonful of sharp vinegar will do as well. Another kind is made by thoroughly mixing a little flour with the butter and sugar, and then pouring on boiling water till it is of the consistency of thin cream, adding the wine or vinegar, and spicing to taste. mmmt mmmmm m HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO FAR.HKRS, M. M. FAXON'S JUtuchmeal oj fidcanized India Rubber Spring to the Tubes oj Grain Drills. rpilE undersigned, having perfected an arrangement for tke attachment of a Oum Spring to the Tubes and Drag Bars of Grain Drills, is happy to inform Farmers and aii others interested in the growing of Wheat and other grains, that he is pitpared to furnish GRAIN DRILLS, with the above articie attached, a- the shortest notice, at his Foundry, in McVeytown, Pa. Seeders hat e become an almost indispensable article to the Farmer, and he will tind that the attachment of the Gum Spring will en ha tire its value at least one-half. All the deten tion and trouble caused by the breaking of wooden pins is entirely done away with by this arrangement, and a •nan. or loy, can perform nearly double the labor that be could under the old plan, willi much greater ease, both to himself and horses. There need be no fearof the Spring breaking, for if there is an article that will neither break, rot, or wear out, the Gum tipring is that article, and I hazard nothing in saying (hat my Grain Drill is the sun pest in construction, most economical in performance, and therefore the most durable ever offered to the agri cultural public. The feed ,s so arranged that „ *„• JL or ,Yh " lh !>, r Persona desiring one rorthe coming ar „ req , le(rtH |0 |n order.- as early as possible. Direct to Mr Vtytown, M,f flm county, Pa., or F. G FRANOISGUS. Lew.sWsrn t E. L. FAXON, HoliiJaysburg, Blair co , ]- a BOVEk A BHD., fl.ir risburg, Pa., who are authorixLi to a. t • s age (its, and from whom any furtherinformationrntv I eJh tairied. PRICE OF DRILLS. with the attachment, 475. Far mers who already have drills, can have them altered,and the India Kubher Spring attached, for from 410 to slfi e>AII branches of the FOUNDRY BUSINESS „til carried on, for which orders are respectfully solicited. M M. FAXON McVeytcwn. June 19,1866. / 10RN SIIELLERS, Winnowing Mills or Fans, Cultivators, Fodder Cutters, Ac. on hand and >ra)eby FRANCISCLd. TMSH,—Mackerel, Shed and Herring for sale L by mh 11 F. J. HOFFMAN. yaaaiMiaa Asaaasri? AUD Snyder County Normal School, FREEBMtG, PA. THE next session of this Institution commen ces on the 27th of JULY, and continues 22 i weeks. Encouraged by past success, increased I efforts will be made to enable students to acquire a sound mental, moral and physical education. The Academic Department embraces all the branches constituting a thorough English, Clas ! sical, Mathematical and Scientific Education, together with Music, Drawing, Painting and I French. A NORMAL DEPARTMENT : has been established and heretofore well at tended, in which Teachers, and those wishing to become such, can prepare themselves for the profession. Terms—Half in Advance. For Board, Tuition, Room, &c., per session of 22 weeks, $52 to S6O Tuition alone, per quarter of 11 wks. $4 to $6 Music, Drawing, Painting and French at usual charges. £C|FStudents can enter at any lime. For catalogues, &c., address jly 15 GEO. F. McFARLAND, Principal. NOTICE. —We, the undersigned, give no tice, agreeably to the laws of Pennsyl vania, that wo intend making application to the next session of the Legislature of Penn sylvania for (ho incorporation of a Bank, to be located in the borough of Lewistown, county of Mifllin, and State of Pennsylvania, under the name, style and title of "THE MIFFLIN COUNTY BANK," issue to be secured by bond and mortgage on real estate to be appraised by three men appointed by the Governor, at three-fourths its cash value, and joint and separate liability of all the stockholders, to have general banking and discounting privileges, with a capital of One Hundred Thousand Dollars, with the privilege of increasing it to Five Hundred Thousand Dollars. Wra. Cummins, Win. Thompson, Davis Bates, Thomas Heed, John Henry, John D. Nageny, Alexander Reed, Wm. Bealy, Win. M. Fleming, Abner Thompson. Lewistown, June 24, 1858.-6ni TAKE NOTICE. Felix's New Grocery, Provision and Fish Store, On Poiiit of Valley, Mill and Dorcas Sis. IF you want Shad, Mackerel and Herring, go to Felix's. If you want Salt by the sack, Ham, Shoulder and Side, go to Felix's. If you want Crockery Ware of the best qual ity, best and cheapest Groceries, best of Tea, Spices, Soaps, Perfumery, and Fancy Articles, such as Ladies' Baskets, Brushes, Combs, Pins, See., See., go to Felix's Cheap Cash Grocery. If you want Confectioneries, Toys, Dried Fruit, all kinds of Crackers, Biscuits, Cakes or Ice Cream, go to Felix's and others having all kinds of Produce to sell will please give me a call, as I will pay cash for Butter, Eggs, Lard, Smoked Meat, Dried Fruit, Poultry, Potatoes, &c., at a per centage off for Groceries or any goods in rny line at cash prices. If you want Furniture for which Produce can be taken in exchange, give me a call, as 1 still carry on the Furniture and Undertaking business. Call and examine my stock and pri ces before purchasing elsewhere. julyls A. FELIX. if A II I) W All Id ! To Buy Cheap for Cash, Blacksmiths, buy at HolFman's, Carpenters, buy at Hoffman's, Saddlers, buy at Hoffman's, Shoemakers, buy at Hoffman's, Cabinetmakers, buy at Hoffman's, Farmers, buy at Hoffman's,^ Builders, buy at Hoffman's," Ilou-ekeepers, buy at Hoffman's. Don't forget, if you want good Stoves, Pump Chains, Oil Cloths, Nails, Steel, Iron, Cutlery, Vices, Bellows, Chains, Glass, &c , F. J. Hoff man's Mammoth Hardware Store, and you can be accommodated. nihil URICS, DRIGS, lIRUS, lledklne*, Medicines, Paints, Paints, Paints, Glass, Glass, Oils, Oils, Oils, Trusses, Trusses, At HOFFMAN'S. I?FOUR. —I have now on hand and shall con jj tinue to keep a supply of Extra Superfine Flour from Pittsburgh, which we will warrant to give entire satisfaction. N. B. '1 hose who want a good article can find it at mhll F. J. HOFFMAN'S. \\J ALL PAPER !—As the Spring opens, y V housekeepers will be looking around for Wall Paper, where a good supply can be found and cheap. This can be done at nihil F. J. HOFFMAN'S. White Corn Meal. An excellent article for sale by ® h ll F. J. HOFFMAN. A good article for 12$ cents at mhll F. J. HOFFMAN'S G1 ROCERIES.—F. J. Hoffman's is the store J" where good Groceries can be found, and at low prices. mhll Fruit and Tomato Jars! [IIA\ E now on hand a fine assortment of J AltS for putting up Fruit, Tomatoes, &c. which every family may do well to get a sup ply of, viz: Glass—pint, quart, and half-gallon. Stone Ware—pint, quart, and half gallon, i ellow Ware—Self-sealing quart. Prices low, jlyg F. J. HOFFMAN. SALT AND FISH. BACON in exchange for Salt and Fish at J right prices. a pls F. J. HOFFMAN. HOVEIt'S INKS.—Black, Blue and Red Ink, manufactured by Joseph E. Hover, Philadelphia, in inkstand bottles, at 3, 0, 10 and 12 cents per boLtlo. For sale at the book Htore of ELIZABETH COG LEY, j; "" North Cornor ol Diamond. 2B So suRCJKi\ i;ITIST. "pROI- ESS 10.NAL business promptly attend i ed to, and charges reasonable. OFFICE on North Main street, second door below the town Hall, and nearly opposite the Gazette office. je 21, 1955—tf WESTS Patent Galvanic Cement IJsT* 1 L£* £32. ©©iFaaag'a rpUE undersigned having purchased the I right for this Cement in Mifflin and Cen tre counties, are now prepared to furnish and put it on roofing wherever desired—the roof being sheeted by the owner. Scientific men under the direction of government, and ar chitects and builders in various parts of the country, for years have been studying and experimenting to discover some composition or article for roofing, which would resist the changes of our climate, and would unite the qualities of Imperviousness to JVtUer, Incom bustibility, Durability and Cheapness. No article now in use possesses these qualities. Shingles are not fire proof, and cannot be used upon flat roofs. Slate can only be used upon steep roofs. The contraction, expansion and rusting of metallic roofs are so great in this changeable climate that they soon become worthless, or the repairs will cost more thau a new roof. The various cements and com positions which have been introduced, can be supplied only to very flat roofs, and they are all so affected by the action of the weather that they will molt and run in summer and crack in winter, and in a short time become crumbly and worthless. The inventor of the Galvanic Cement has labored twenty years to obviate these difficulties, and it is believed by those who have had opportunities to test the matter, that be has entirely succeeded. As now applied, First—lt is completely impervious to water. Water may continually stand upon the roof without affecting it in the least. Second—lt is fire-proof. It is so incombus tible that it will afford ample and perfect pro tection against fire, sparks and burning shin gles from another building immediately ad joining. Third—lt is durable. It is not injured by atmospheric changes, having been tested for several years by the Patentee, at Syracuse, New York. Fourth—lt is cheap. Hoofs will be put on for about half the cost of tin, and will last much longer. Fifth—Repairs arc easily and cheaply made. Sixth —lt is sufficiently clastic to entirely resist the expansion and contraction by heat and cold, and will remain perfect and solid in the warmest and coldest weather. Seventh —It is adapted to all kinds of roofs, either flat or steep. Eighth—lt is valuable for repairing old roofs. Old shingle roofs may lie coverec. without removing the shingles. Old metalic roofs can be made perfectly tight and secure Ninth—lt is especially adapted to all kinds of seaming around battlements, sky-lights and chimneys, and for tiie lining of eave troughs and gutters. Hoofs which have given trouble for years, and which have continued to leak in spite of all efforts, can be made perfectly secure by this cement. Tenth—lt lias been proved to be the bent article ever used for covering car tops and steamboat decks. Eleventh—'l itis ceuient applied to new tin roofs' preserves them from rusting, 113- fur nishing a coat which is at once impervious to water and an almost perfect non-couductor of heat. Twelfth—lt is the only roofing material patented which contains India rubber and gutta perch a. For particulars of this cement, owners of property will please address E. LOCKE, apls Locke's Mills, MitHin eo., Pa. D Y S P E P SIA , VS shown by the statements of the Board of Health of New York, caused (he death of Trt persons out of 611 deaths in one week, and 131 death? liy consumption in duced by dyspepsia. As it is a well attested fact that dyspepsia is the origin of the sufferings ofn large portion of those who die of consumption, 11 becomes the duty of every one to use such precautions against and remedies for dyspepsia as science ami expeiience have placed he fore them, and which nave proved to he efficacious, (if this character i' DR WILLIAMS' A-N'TIDYBPEPTiC EI.IXIR, 111 corroboration ul' which read the following testimonial:;: From Mr. R D'Arul, New York. Dear Sir—My wile bid t>een suffering Willi Dyspepsia very severely for a loiijj lime, and ban teen altemicil by two pliysmuu* for about six weeks, from wliich atlei.U inii- she received no relief. 1 recently procured your Elixir foi her, and after lakii.g one bottle rlu is complete- Iv cured I can safely say ! never knew of a medicine having so (pilch effect in so short a lime Very respectfully yours, RUDOLPH D'ARM, Teacher of Drawing and Mmk,K7 Broadway, N. Y Extract of a letter from Mr 11. V Winans, New Yoik, to his friend in Philadelphia. Do yon recollect that bottle of Williams' Elixir that was leaking in your trunk, am! you gave to me to get nd of J Well, tor curiosity, 1 thought I would try If it would relieve lue of the Dyspepsia, which > have had for some lime, and foi won h it is recommended, and I am happy to say ii has quite cured uie, and would recommend h to any one similarly affected Signed, H. N. WLWNS, 91 Waters! , N. Y. Dr. J Williams—After suffering from D_,-pep-i i for a considerable lime and failing to obtain any permanent relief, 1 was induced to try your Elixir. I must confess I had not much confidence at fiist, but in ahout uvo weeks was most agreeably surprised to find I was rapidly im proving in health; I am now much fatter than ever before and 1 am in as good if not better health than I ever was in my life. Very truly yours, Ac., WILLIAM YARD, 0 City Row. An Invaluable Remedy for Dyspepsia. Read the testimony of the wife of Mr. John Stiies, on the Frankford Road, near the first toll gate. FraNHPOHD Roan, Oct. 2.'i, la-19. Dr. Jaiues Williams—Having recently understood that it is tour intention to resume the preparing of your Anti-Dyspeptic Elixir, aud being anxious that others may be benefitted by Its use as I have been, I herewith send you for publication, if you think proper, a statement of the effectual cure produced on me by it. For a number of years ! have been suffering to such an extent that I became so much debilitated, and the digestive powers so much destroyed, thuf it was with difficulty 1 could .eke and retain sufficient nourishment to support life Neith er myself nor iny friends were aware that my suffering proceeded from indigestion; in the year 1539 iny attention was directed by my husband to your advertisement, at that time published in some of the ciiy pu;>ers,explaining the causes and symptoms of dyspepsia, and confidently offering a remedy. I immediately procured and used some of your medicine v/i.ii the mot sikiial suc cess; from a state of debility, languor, and nervousness, and complete loss of the power of digestion, so great that I could take at first only five drops of the Elixir at a dose, 1 was in a few ilay much relieved, and by continuing it a short lime I have been restored to health, strength, and which I still retain. I take great pleasure, sir, in making known the < flicacy of your Anti Dyspeptic Elixir, und sincerely hope it may be the means of induc ing others to go and be benefitted like myself. Very respectfully, fee., HANNAH STII.F.S. The Elixir is sold in battles ai ,j|i each,or six bottles for U>. Proprietor, JAMES VVIU.IAMS, M D., Chemist and Pharmaceutist, No. 4 Houlli Seventh sheet, Philadelphia. For sale by CHARLES RITZ, Lewistown. july'22 Wood Turning, Sawing, and Piaster Grinding, 11HE subscriber having leased the old Stone Mill adjoining the Lewistown Mills, is now prepared to execute to order all kinds of Saw ing and Wood Turning at reasonable rates. fr#>All kinds of Patterns and Jobbing gen erally done to order. fLIr'GKOUND PLASTER at all times on handT JAMES M. COUCH. Lewistown, April 1, 1858.-ly \ea*, Cheap & s>ura!le. W. G. ZOLLINGER, Market Street, next door to Kennedy's Store, Is always prepared to sup /p'y the public with all the wIS I different styles of Hats of best qualities and atsuch|g£^B% prices as to defy tion. He has now on hand a large assortment of Fall and winter Hats and Caps, of all the latest styles, which he will sell at the lowest cash prices. He invites everybody to call and examine for themselves, as he is satisfied that Ins stock cannot fail to please. For the Ornish he has constantly on hand, or will make to order, hats to their taste of any required size or brim, at prices that cannotfail to be satisfactory. Country Merchants will find it to their ad vantage to give me a call, as a liberal deduction will be made on wholesale purchases, and es pecially so to punctual men. Don't forget the place, next door to Kenne dy's store and nearly opposite the Odd Fellows' Hall. oct22 "WIVE. LIND, IIS! fill till if if 411,1) 11, East market street, Lew Ist* wo, a few doors east of Geo. Blymyer's store, HAS just received from the city a choice se lection of CLOTHS, Q & t*A 53 £3 & aoa C& C£ Q3 9 antr 2?estiuas, specially selected by himself, embracing some very superior goods, from among which his old customers and as many new ones as may choose to call, can secure articles for dress that will vastly add to their personal appearance when made up. Call and examine the stock, which will be found to be alt that is represented, if not a little more. oct22 Snuff, Smoking Tobacco & Pipes! JUST received, the largest assortment of the above articles ever brought to the Ju niata country. The subscriber also keeps on band Cut and Dry Maccoboj, Broken Tobacco llappec, German Pipes Congress and Clay Pipes Scotch Snuff, Cigar Cases Matches, Snuff Boxes &e. Ac. Ac. All of which he pledges himself to sell at prices so low as to satisfy all. Give me a call. ap29 E. PRY SINGER. HOWARD ASSOCIATION, I'WLMIEU'HI.t. .V lii necuhnt Instil utitin, t slahlishi d bu special cndoirwtnt fur the relief „/ the tick and itittrcstcd.afflicted Kith k irult nt and Kpiticmu Diseases. rill) all person* atllieleil wiih miual diseases, such at -* -pennatorrhoia, Seminal Weakness, Impotence Gon rrh(£3. Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of Onanism or rselt Abuse, &.c. Sec. 'I lie Howard Association, in view of Ihe aw fill destruc tion of human life caused by sexual diseases, and tlie deceptions practiced upon the unfortunate victims of cut.li diseases try Uuacks, several years ugodirecled llieirCon sulting Surgeon, as a Charilatde Act worthy of their name, to open a Dispensary for the treatment of this class of diseases, in all their forms, and logive Medical Advice CliATId, to all who apply by tetter, w ith a de scription of their condition, (age, occupntion, habits of life, ace ) and in crises of extreme poverty to fur nisi t Medicines Free of Charge, it is needless to add that the Association commands the highest medical skill of the age, and will furnish the most approved modern treat ment. The Directors, on a review nl* the past, feel as sured that their labors in this sphere of benevolent effort have been of great bi-ni-lit to the nlHietrd, especially to th- young, and they have resolved to devote themselves with renewed zeal to this very important hut much de spised cause Just published hy the Ass'iciaiioti, a Report on Sper matorrhoea, or St initial Weakness, the vn.e of Onanism, Masturbatcut ..r Self-Abuse, and other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, by the Consulting Surgeon, which will lie sent hv mail (in u sealed letter envelope) Free of Charge, on receipt of Two stamp* for postage. Address, for Re port or treatment, Dr GEORGE R. CAl.llOL'.V,Consult ing Surgeon Howard Association, .No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Ilv order of Hie Directors. EZRA D HEAaTWEI.L, President. GEO FAIRCHILD, Secretary dec 3 The Greatest Improvement of the Age! tit THE YOUNG AMERICA CORN _ SMELLER The most Complete, Simfibst, <f" t 'itrapes! Cornshellcr in the 11 '"rid! J. P. Smith's Patent, .Yovciubcr 25, 1850. The farmers of Mifflin county and vicinity are most respectfully informed that arrange nieuts have been made for the manufacturing of this celebrated machine at Lewistown, and that they will be offered for sale at the store of F. G. FR.ANCISCUS. All persons are requested to call and sec them operate. County Rights in the State of Pennsylvania for sale by the subscriber, to whom all letters respecting the same may be addressed. LEWIS KURTZ, jan2l-ly Aaroosburg, Centre Co., Pa. Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry. ROBERT W. PATTON, (Successor to M. Buoy,) Market street, next door to the old stand, in the room recently occupied by John A. Sterret, has on hand a large assort meat of Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry. 1 He has gold and silver Awatches of every kind and price, some of them of veiy supenou finish, and warranted A No. 1 ; a splendid variety of including breast pins, ear rings, finger rings, bracelets, cult" pins, watch guards, pens, pen cils, spectacles, and every other saleable article of Jewelry, as well as a iol of SbUtoct: awn s)l<itro Also, a great variety of FANCY ARTICLES. attention will bo given to RE PAIRING clocks, watches, and jewelry, and ail work will be done promptly and warranted. Thankful for the patronage heretofore re ceived he respectfully asks a continuance, of the same, and will endeavor to please all who may favor him with a call. round and see.4T3| ap22 XjjTINIKIW Are. —A fiuo as- V i sortinent of Shades, Paper for Cur tains, &c. F. J. Hoffman. Suited to the Times! 3CCTS AITD SHOES Of Every Description. DENTS', LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES! On account of the hard times, Ma \ E. C. Hamilton has determined make a G HEAT REDUCTION in the prices of Boots and Shoes to persons having tiie Cash. His stock comprises a large asrortmcnt of Gents', Ladies', Misses' and Children's Shoes, suitable for the season, which he will sell lower than they have ever before been sold in Lewistown; a very large assortment of fing Summer Boots and Shoes, of the best material and workmanship, which he will sell at remarkably low prices, so as to suit the times and give satisfaction to the pur chaser. Boots and Shoes of every description made to order, both neat and durable, and from 10 to 20 per cent, lower than elsewhere. All rips sewed gratis. Repairing done on shortest notice. Don't mistake the place, in the Public Square, second door east of the National House, at the sign of P. F. Loop. E. C. HAMILTON. Lewistown, June 24, 1858. N. S. LAWRENCE'S NEW PAPER, PRINTER'S CARD AND ENVELOPE SO. 405 COMMERCE ST., PHILADELPHIA. .Cash buyers will lind it for their inter est to call. jan7.y HOVER'S LIQUID HAIR DTE. HUE testimony of Prof. Booth and Or. Ilriockie having -L previously been published, the following is now added: From Prof. McCloskby, formerly Profe*or of Theory and Practice of Medicine in the Female Medical College of Penns) Ivania, and late Professor of Surgery in the American College oI Medicine, Sec. PH TLA OKI.I'll ia , Nov. 27th, 1556. Mr. Joseph E. Hoover:—A trial of your Liquid Hair Dye will convince the most skeptical that it is a safe, ele cnnl and efficacious preparation. Unlike many others, it has in several instances proved serviceable in the cure of some cutaneous eruptions on the head, and I have no hesitation in commending it to those requiring such an application. Very respectfully, J. F. X. MCCUISKEV, M. D., 475 Race St. above 13th. HOVER'S WRITING INKS, including Hover's Wri ting Fluid and Hover's Indelible Inks,still maintain their high character which has always distinguished litem, and the extensive demand hrst created has continued uninter rupted until the present. Orders addressed to the Manufactory, No. 416 Race street above Fourth, (old No. 1II,) Philadelphia, will re ceive prompt attention by JOSEPH E. HOVER, dec 17 Matifaclnrer. THE EXTENSIVE STOCK OF WATCHES, CHAINS, BRACELETS, RINGS, BREASTPINS, AXll OTHER JEIELBY; FA.NCS7 ARTICLES, CLOCKS, aud a beautiful assortment of BOOKS AND STATIONERY are now selling at greatly reduced price.- at Junkin's old stand, corner of Brown and Market streets, opposite Russell's Banking House. whp desire to buy at prices cor responding with the times, will please call. MisiU All kinds of repairing promptly atten ded to. - 11. W. JFX KIN, Agent. Lewistown, April 8, 1858. Central Ptnnsylvaiiia Wholesale and Retail Cigar Manufiaetory AND c r 4 C<r J ' r~.j „ r:> ry. rOTy> ( r~V > One door tce.it of the Post Office, Lewistoicn, Pa. may be found the best, largest t T and cheapest assortment of Smoking and Chewing Tobacco and Cigars iu this part of the State. TOBACCOS. The pure Old Virginia Diadem Twist Atkiu's genuine Smyrna Fig " (1 oodwin's Fiuc Cut, in tin foil Anderson's best lloney Dew, tine cut Bidgood's Juicy F'ig Pounds Competitor Pounds Pediu'a Origiual lloney Dew, half pounds James Thompson's Celebrated Eldorado Spun Tobacco—Cliildrev's Congress Fives Perm's Congress Fives, s2t> per lUO weight Oscar's Congress Tens, 27 " '• Epp's " Fives, 25 " " CIGARS. Esnieraldo llegalia Baltimores La Real Kstrellas Gift Opera Tulipans $5.50 per m. Concha Opera Fancy Fortunns Eagle Principe " Laguagra Justo Sanz do " Concha La Xapoleans Imperiadora Alemauas Exuis Tirabeque Omer Pascha Washingtons Half Spanish Virginias $6 per m. Ac <fcc Ac Which 1 can sell at from $3.50 to S2O per thousand. rayfi E. FRYSINGER. NEW 'STORE 1 NEW GOODS! NEW PRICES! undersigned re.-peetfully informs the public that he has opened a new Store in the room lately occupied by Jacob Everich, between Mutthersbough's and Mayes' hotels, East Market street, Lewistown, where his iriends and the public are invited to call and examine a large neat, and well selected stock, which ia now being sold lor cash or country produce at very low prices. It consists of Ricb Dre: Silks & Dress Goods of every variety, Shard* of every description, Fine Embroider ies and Krai Laces, Dress Trimmings, Ribbons, dbc., and Domestic Goods of every known style and make, CLOTHS, CASSttIERS AND SATINETTS, and all other articles usually found in first class stores. Also, a choice assortment of jFamUs tSrocmrs. The store will be under the management of B. K. Firoved, well known as an attentive and obliging salesman, who will spare no pnins to please ail who may favor him with their custom. WM. BUTLER. Lewistown, April 29, 18-58. [D T r] sismomai! with a choice assortment Dry Goods and (W m selected with care and r , Ce n® which arc Offered to the rS V vauee on cost. The stock of i i * braces nil descriptions 0 f s* J( SH suitable for La.lics, Genth, """"tr I® with many uew patterns ([j 1 ®toctritß I comprise Choice Su<r ars * . 8 and Laguyra Coffee,hM Boots and Shoes, articles usually found in the customers of the late firm T 4 " in general are invited to examfo,* M h.!r ri,b ' s *"' Country Produce received •>. £r full market price allowed there J* 1 Lewistown, June 3, 1858 B COME AND SEE! I Kennedy, Junkin & Co , ■ GHEAP GASH SlQ™ ,wi 'l SPRING & SUMMER GOJ which they offer lower than ever Vvß vite all to call at their store anv M day, as they are til ways ready and IB wait on customers. We our goods, as follows : ' 1 >V Black Silks 50c to $1 37* per v„i I 1 ancy do 50c to 1 37$ ~ ■ Fancy Delaines 12 to 28c 9 Challa 15 to 31c 9 Lavilla aud Du Calls 12$ to 25c o J Lawus and Ginghams 01 to 25c ' All kinds White Goods for drew** fl Cloths and Cassimers 50c to 550 ■ Mantillas and Shau-fs, Dress TV;. B Cotlonade, Hosiery and Glo iv? ""JB Calicoes 6J to 12ic, best quality 9 Keadyniade Clothing. Lov fr £ J Brown and 5V hite Sugars, 8 to 1 0 19 Coffees 12$ to 14c per lb. "* J Best Teas and Spices Syrups 12$ to 18} cents per quart Queensware and Willow Ware eery fa Boots and Shoes cheaper than ever We have everything that people watt, will sell cheaper thau anv other Stt town, for Cash or Country Produce. Gin a call. Don't forget, at ap-J KENNEDY, JUNKIN k COS. To the Public. The subscriber would info /j \ . his friends and the public th*t opened a shop in part oft room formerly occupied by M. Muntguwi adjoining the Post Office, where he is prc r , u to make to order Ladies', Geotleiaeii'i Children's 13ooto, Sftors $c Gaitcri of all descriptions, f the liest quality, aai reasonable prices for cash, and from him perience in the business, and determiutii to please, he hopes to give satisfaction tui who may favor him with their orders. 1 " LF-I- in" i > ' f>7! fll Done in the best manner. A lie patronage respectfully solicited. ■ mv2o-tf JOilX CLARKE. ■ MANNY'S I; lccvrsp, fe xLEArisl With Hood's Improvement. I 1/ A KM EI tS who are desirous of the best Mowing and Reaping in use will please send in their orders keitfl the 10th of June. S Any eomments upon the superiority of tiaM machine over all others is unnecessary, uisH is universally and justly pronounced L ktM the best ever taken into a harvest field. I Every Machine warranted. I Call soon upon F. G. FRANCISCI'S, ■ my 27 Agent. I REAL ESTATE Aliil] UOL'SES AND LOTS in Town and licit itv, and Farms and Wild Lands disp* ed of for a reasonable compensation. Information given respecting I nseatod Lands, and Taxes paid if authorized by tl owners. REVERENCES. GEN. R. C. HALE, I'ETER DUMA, Philadelphia. JOHN A. WRIGIIT, Freedom Iron Works,Mi> fliu county. Maj. DAVID IIOCGII, Philipsburg, Centre fc. wm f&Masa 1 large MUCK lIOUSF. & 2 small FUJIi HOUSES on the lot at the corner of Grano and West Market streets. Lewistown. 4 PRICK HOUSES and 2 FRAME IW SES AXD L O TS, on Hale street. 1 FRAME HOUSE on the corner of Mia and Charles street. . 1 PRICK HOUSE, near the residence of Judge Parker. . ALSO, a WOOD LOT on the South sideot the Juniata River, about li miles fr* Lewistown, containing about 50 acres, watered, adjoining the Pennsylvania K*if road, with a two story Frame Rous# on A —not occupied. Inquire of JNO, R. WEEKES, Justice of the Peace, J&mbeucr K OFFICE West Market street, Lewistown, next door to Irwin's grocery. a P GEO. TTTELDBE^ Attorney at Law, ( OFFICE in West Marketstreet, oppositeEisth bise's Hotel, will attend toanybusiuessio courtsof Mifflin, Centre, or Huntingdonco ties. Lewistown. Julv I,l^ WOOL WANTED.—Wanted, at the store of the undersigned, East Market'> Lewistown, 10,000 POUNDS OF which the highest market price wul be PJ in trade. KENNEDY, JUNKIN & tu. Lewistown, May 20, 1858. _ jBIKjSS, Fruit and Ornamental TRE J Strawberry, Raspberry, Curran , 'ScWSr' Gooseberry Plants, in great v .JL*. Inquire of WM. BUTLER, Lcw>>° a ' Pa., or J. E. JOHNSTON, Agenh augl3 Trenton, New Jei- .