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Jfanhta Srntiutl. WBDSESDAT MORNING, Jtt. 11, .SoC i 'OE JUST AND FEAR MOT." TOW AND COr.NTUV. "IXTtHK, Caw wl tf !!' .. . ' ilthf PrlM of Lihtrtj" ! Ittul llgUnntt I1BNSSYLVASIA RAILROADOX AND J. after Moudav. December 26. 1804. I'a. t(r Train, will lea Mifflin Slalica t:i: KAfTWARI'. Philadelphia Express.. 12.4S, A. M. -fast Line r 5-41, A. M. IrutMmil 11.21, A. M.$- Pitttbff.A.KrieKip..- 11.12. V. M.5 Harrisbg. Aeeinmod.... 4.15,1'. WESTWARD. ..... . ". t v "7 A M rilUDi!.. rnu -' vPaltimore Kxpresv... Philadelphia Kxprest. Fast Line Mail Train ilaiiraut Train.: 4.5a. A. M a nst. a. m. i 5.5. P. M. 3.53. P. M.tJ! 10.07. A MJii JAMES NORTH. Agt. i;y eneplSnndav. t Daily nJ' Monday. I 8iop at P.rrvsvill. at. lltUH-if red) H.2C 419- ' Thompijulown at V.. 45. ; Sfon at Parr.a.UI at .19 (if flaged) . 43 9:34. (I Thumps alowa at I.2S ifiO'J f flf.d.) History of Juniata. Soldiers. ft Tit .uiiis-ine.I, h.ag dsiioua s.'aur.eet- j mouths 5ervice in the punurtr cf 1M-, j i:e ia( ih -1t for a .orepict. liieior j of aU ihe wcnt B ,Iinn y,l0 Ici't a wife aud small ji1'1'' -1'iiiiatia Janita'.unty. who fcat arvd Jawj, la the Wo.)dj Seltl of Antietam he uu. im tha Vainn Araiv d'.irinn tb uwiuiii. Ptfun; solicit from !h. th.mU.v , and froai iheir fnend, tl;e folbiwing. amen; j agt othr i:itere?iir,g -uiv . . . .......... .,1 with ineeted .h. .ervic. cf e.eh ,f ,.ur CUUon S,ldUr: lit 8olJir uauie, his rank. Un enlisted. ; ia what otrpanv, reeiment. wt-re ueresun , ; .'ora If e.'ilistet, if w.aiul.il, or Vi"el or j :.! ..;nc naruiiuiars inemh a?. tlic Vat- ties ia which ha was. how Vng he served. ;f i .....t:i.4 la .K-l.aread. OSicew or; Cjmpaiues art rtvieste.1 i- i""i.ii-j . . i r ,r e;r oriK:l muster iciis, i a namts. s-c, ; fall audi :; as aerval ia cfie tti regiment, n.t here enuma.el '.r. j wpecialiy -ilicitt l: Cynfaiiy . I a. . taralry, Co. I 4?.h, , .V V. r I 47th. Co. P lKihCo. y -''.' J. ! la t.av., to. u u. i . 1! 17 1st. I a. 2'au.L r.i I'a. An , It is d-ign-id to . t !-.' iuttresting materia! wit.i a vitw ,,.vi;. ;t noiiitf dflv v.hen ctuiip f p.-s.ii.!y I (-'. So!-: J.art in the army. crthos l home disvl.arg od. and Iheir frinndt will please viitin.;6t in the pr.jt " ') .-X'nl- f r ir.ik'r.i: wish th J.ia indtca ed aho,v. a. I., r.rss. A. H V lIDMAN. larTl.e !tm!mry c-tleetl'-'n ' . . 1 kl. K. ("fturili or th'ia l-orou-. anniverssry wn5 he'd o t lat mourned, to Si'iO. , vv I. uic - "noJav j ' ; ; Viw I'ost Master lro "'ait, 1.?vi Myers 13 to , rf ThoiiiptU'itfowir has Uen appoiuted Post Master at that .laie, and has entered rtpon the dnti-s d' the i.flice. OTsrrpn. 'e tnte pleasure in in furmin? our readers that Ja?oh Iln'n- t hrew a man who from ae and luifliTiune : ns-fiTl lsrui i titir.hie to make a livintr a hard LI-t, ; i-talflccn an intetct in the Oyster S-ah...nScarerulin their correspondence; for the ... C 1 . II... 1 i i. t .,.! uiir.rin.r ..pf1:!. ti tfie eorner, -rim ctuci a num. he ni.iv he fuund ready to deal out Tsters. candies, uu!s .cakea, ko., ie., to all who eit itive him a call. There are f I'ew with whom we would sooner ppend n j ;.i'r thru vitu old Jucuh Humphrey. Tr.e Ladies' Soldier's aid. ?.ciety of MifHin, IVterc-on, and Vicinity, acknowl tdpe the folluwing Contrihutii-us, from Lack twp. Juniata Co. I'a. collected ly iliss Elir. McV,'i!!iam. fasli S.S.") 1 pk, dried Aj.pk-t, pk, Rlderlerries, J pk, Waclbcrrie, pk, White Beant, 1 dried Corn, 2 Toli 1 pr, Tillow CV5. 2 pr. Stockings. E. C. Stamhaugh Sat'. ' ' The LkgisLatu be. The Legislature f this State met on Tuesday Ixst and or- L-Bniiediv e eetint? A m. J. Turrell, cr - K?u , ' . !er was ahscut from home, and the fire was Susquehanna county, speaker, andtteo.. , , ;,, , - . c ,1 d'oeotored by his wife about three o clock W II.B.ctrty.. Uerk of the henato , , in a and A. G O mstead, of rater Speaker , 8 and A. V. Benedict, Clerk of the t Hoe. . P J - On Wednesday the Governor a Messsgo ' . , i l j was read ' fiamcs. They however succeeded in . .. ' . saving a good portion of the clothing and PAttTiEs'ro a Slit as Witnessed, .me of 1C i urniture. Mrs. Stoner was Within a very short tiae it baa been ' 1 . , i - IP! diseoviired that in an appropriation bill pasfed by Congress on the -I ol July, IgrJt, there occurs the following" proviso :i the third section : ' Provided that in the courts of the United States there lialli e no exclusion of any witness on wnnnt r.f rulfir. nor. in civil actions, be- cause he is a party to or LI)aui to keep us warm in winter; but i. hsuc tried. 1 Lis introduces into tuc "" lu ""t. . - . - U.ited States courts the practice now 1,. j very dgenms . and destruettve when in foee io Eu'-land, where plaintiff and de- controlled, , TuP. people can not too .arc iendauteau be examine! in their own guard, against gangers ar.smg . from esses. wh.nr m trial: -The innovation j its use. Uirty chimneys, live coals in ro .... . ,i . " ... r fne BshM H'arks and matches falling . i . j : crtra in navf rrai'tu , i ur hvi.c . z ; . i nearly 1 the mcrabera f rfhe br until a A Stort. Wc ar indebted to Cyrus ' Morrison for a copy of the Palmetto Iletaht published in Port Royal, S. CY, for whicn we have takeu the interesting 6tory putr ' lighed on our fiftt page. ' ' ' Home. We were pleased to see the frieudly countenance and patriotic face of ') Ferdinand Rohm, of Co. F 16th Cavalry io our sanctum the other day. We wish . hitu lota ul enjoyment, during his brief fur i loujjh. Couiiacr tub EsaoixMixr. Theea roilmeut iu'uiuy towa is by far too I. i .t. . .. ...:c.i large, aui iuo ur.it win uj ulujiiuui unless t'jrrucaoni are uiido. The follow -tu classcss should be stricken oQ : Dead men, Men in the service, Non-residents, - Thoe who have served two years, All drafted in 1SG3 who paid :100, Those under '20 year? of are, Those over 45, Aliens, ., Those having manifest disability. Many are enrolled twice or more, 'i some are not enrolled at all l nesc lit ti be corrected. Every town f'g should hve public meetings to examine its list of the names enrolled, to detect ; the errora and frauds. i - P... ' Tl,n lit. -..in a T.il.i.lie .v Ltr.ri i.A.if- - s.ivs it bus tne nam:" ani reliable au.n on ; iv for the following : It altars that with ne of the com pjn. ; fell, was buried, and his wile afterwards ... ii t . i . dis,ni - erred, bronsrht home uiiu ic-imt-mu lu t " "- 1 . .1 ... T IT. .. I... , Flm Cemetery. - A year (iiicrwiras sue - aptin, nt.J iu d'K- time a child was iiirUC, II. V .Ul.l l-l W hen the call for 500,000 troops was be- : filled up.-last fall, the reond hnsbwid . is;d and is uw in the army. A short "'i eu .... rii.a nnr fiiiftiiiii n-i i . " . . a!ivtf aud nav ins; t.e.'n i.taeii pi iti-nei . at ,.;,.,,. it-ciesd ..f I -cine killed, lie - tl.ds until the , t .Savannah. Of courte c i . 1! Ml ' the irt.c re . 'l'u-pr 6 5 1 " ,.. t5i. -iUhr lio was orn-c kinod ;wieo burie 1, v'i-vfd two vents ii Kebe L.::-vii. ntid yet rtiue home Mine, is , cci tuinilv cntii'v-d to l is wife. 'Truth is str-ur tbso fiction." The q-fry is, ' -who w.i l.uried in the I'einetery ? ' : CAUaLksu WKITISS. ' e note ivoiil VAi.ue---T '"' - .i .. ,,i ,.f l'.n,Mt,.r (Jen- iiu- i.-v-j'n ivjwi. . ... . ..... . .. ,.1...i;,rr ,,,m,t of cvelcss- '"' - ' ness llic 1-art of tlie Idler' writing, t-..T..v,i-.1i(V ll"-ce million live hundred u.r.iiiuii. , : t.n.i CiL'lil tuuusanu wi-ru n-it-ncu ui '.iters Uaria tlu all.-h contained niono, .'.,.: , il, lt voir; many ol voir; many deeds, cheek?- V.;lu.i!t-3. ir of r jewoirj- an , them .vl-O lei at t:i: ..nly r-'1"1' i t!:r..' vrjra I o: iiiis lire'. !.ad, others uortdireet-ih.r- uti-:t;n.ped and others, ii' v dirocieJ. Thousands of 1 . i returned to the writer.?, but ;:,e jjreat major-ij were ueb.ro ed. These raots should teach the j uhhe to be more auioi'.ui ui . eu,.n.-.i. ..,...,.....,....,-. .. - ionelhv these lostletterj is mealculab.e : and uflicia's are oensuved where the iau'tt rests with the authors. T We agaiu solieil our fricodi to fur uih li.cal cttrs fWiur columns frt iu nil mrtit.f the county. Those who have kind ly favored tts in this particular have our thatA. Ifipe they will continue to do so. I.U i-tbcr3 & j likewise." : Those io. torched iu rcadipg local items can greatly aid us in this departtuett 'by taking a Iittie pains. I Housf. Dursbd. A"e regret to learu that the dwelling house of Michael Ston cr of rcrnmnagh township about . one mile from town was totally consumed by . RrA r.n TlinrcnjV lllrmn? I:IHt. ,M r. C'tOn- bad; inj,jred during the efforts to save ' . .... ... souic of the goods. The los.s 13 heavy amounting to about 82.000 and no in surance. How the fire originated is iu rolved iu mystery. Wc sympathize with Mr. Stoner and his lady in the sudden loss oCtha earnings of years. Fire is very eood to burn brush, cook dinner, matter ijoitable should, all be.! among eavfully w.ttehfd. Tub duty on Whiskey since the 1st in. stant, is two dollars per gallon. At this price, whiskey drinking must be , au ex pensive luxury, but stilly something will be old that is called W luskey, though it be not bin cr less than liquid poison, even 1 ' in comparison with the old stuff that wx known by that name. WAR NEWS. ; ' IdKMriUS, Jan 3," ' .... 1 . . .-. t r. -j via. v;Aiau. uau. u. t-t ' . Gen. l'aua has Teceived information from his cavalry furce, sent out from her . marry happy and speedily, IrrefipcetiTo rr - , . fcf, wtaltn or beauty. This information on the 12'.h of December, that Tbat you nothing, and if you wish to struck the Mobile -aud Ohio Railroad' t 1 cheerfully assist you. All let .... , Tk-T!C'ly nonfidBUtud. Tha de?irel lnror- niilcs below Corinth, and had, fm ""0 sentl,y return mail, and no question 27th, utterly destroyed it to below Oko-ked, addresa SARAH C. LAMBEKT, t , fe Grecnioint, Kins Co., New York. ! i Ion a. j Twenty-nine bridges, a great d deal of j trestle work, ' railroad cars, ol0 army I wsgons and 4,000 carbines, were destroy. !ed. .. . r , j -i I Korrests camp or uismountcu men at;" ' Evexona was dispersed, six officers and 20. ( Vrle of chaiie ,) the recipe and diroiti.ns , men were captured. -0'r making the simple retnoilynsed ill his eaie. j The expedition did not lose a man. ; I usurers wishing to profit by the advertisers General Griersun has ordeis to flebtroy i md experience, and posses a sure and viiua and: the road as tar as Meridan, and relcasa Ue remedy .can do so by ;addrefs.r,? him at t . T I ... ..;.nAN t ( .'it.iM.-hA if T.nsRlhlO. UUI j"i.uiii-'j v -- i IXIliZIXTOWX A SD , I'ATm.'iSO.Y XAEKZTS. PLOCR. ! MARKETINfiS, .itoer, V bhl. $0 .'.0 Butter, prime fl lb S") Kiira.-..'.- IO ( Butter, 'Jo rate . 30 j'ftney 12 W Laid, 1'J iuc ! cwt. 3 00 ; Tallow !) It-.ii-kwheat 4 OO I Eccs. H floi Jo (Virn Mi-al 2 M iMRK. ;i,.AlN, illog. Jcwt 1100 iiC'l !te:i: : I.MI - ' l.uin, ( iif J i Ot ISi.'.ns - Shoulders -U 1 60 j DEKF. 1 24 Fore qr, cwt o 1 45 'Hind .,r 10 00 . 1 fiO 1 POULTRY, (VK SEE!'!'. lri,:nl.-,.t.a ''-I nmr Si I'lovcr. "rt bus . r : .,; Trevnlon stove 8 DRIED Flil'IT .1 do Epg 8 5-1 ,0 l.Sunburv stove 8 00 .vppi.-s, fi l' - V.anh. qt J wj do. Lgg il2 Chestnut, ...... . 10 IVa, 10 Miied...: 6 I W ttOD. ' 8 o' l 7 63 a : 2 SO 3 00 Clurries. ,(r;-.;; j-( it.,.),,;. SVw Irish "tJ bu 1 00 Hickory -ja.Bi...i'4 SwMt 3 00 j H AY, VARIETIES, jTimolhy, 18 - I W '''''BeUilcd XrdeUs. White Bcana... 3 0 .Coal Oil gal I 03 Uec-wax. lb f-0 S:ilt, 'r sack 4 5-) 'p. a ' 1 ; ; W iP,M,eV, ton 10 00 r.n.11.1 20 : . .. . i a tirfi in I Ol'VTIVT! wttanea...-i oo uxiata "'IV; ""! . 5 1 In advanee J O'J Co '.j wecUr bv Tono & Joar-iic. ' - . MARRIED. It it nztjool that manthouUi it aIot.-(7a.2.18 ' On ihef.th inst . by Rov. 11. 11. 1 letclier, ' . Mr E. C. Kcnrns. of the vicinity cr i,ewis- - ,,",n' Miai Kancjr J. Seiber. of Wa.ker twp., Juniata Co. ,Ju Ihe above interesting occasion the Sea - ior Editor andhis Lady were prceut. together i;'a a large collection of friends, to witness ,...,.;,.. ,i In ih- f,.iivi. t-.cs for wliicli we return our tnitntisnna pro - itinco the parties blessing The printers wish,. a aure f.ire-roanor of fortune, goes with them in their new relation, invoking upon them allthjovs. happiness and prosperity that can fall to'thc lot of m.trlnls. Mav their ... .. nra!n he fillwl with Measures, their noon dav abound in prospcsiiy, and their evening ,-i:.. . .,. . :. I 1 I Ol i:ir ui titu u;f;nu-.-v. u.:vimun evicih-, wi(U pk.as:int recoUections a! happy amioipatiotis or ruture rewar ts in a Drigatcr , h i i .u. . : , . - ' UcnrT c I)t;1.r uf Lcwisbu.g, I'uion C.. la1 : ...... .......... ' ' saaie ft. iionratt or tuts norougn. Perry p:ipers please copy. (in the 5th inst.. by the same, Mr. Jcl.u N. Howe. Io Mrs. Priscilis Leator all of Ihis bor- ough. On the oiii inst., by Rev. R. II. Fletcher, Mr S..lomonErnbaUrtoMUs Catharine Auker all cf Juniala Co. On the 3rd inst., by Kev. M. AlliBon. Mr. Daniel Wtstfall of Delaware twp., to Miss , h, . , ..... , , i.h,abcth T. McAUster.of Fayette twp. ' . M-.in.Mi1.;rmr rivn-ini)" A DLSIRABLE TA ERN bTAND F02 RENT- o ' That well known Tavkbm- Staxo the Jcsi- - ata HOTEL, situated on Main street, MitSin- , town, now in the occupancy ol Joseph Watts, is offered for rent from the 1st day of April next. It is a large Two Story House, with a largo Stable and other necessary outbuilidg connected therewith ; and is one of the best Stands in the county. For terms &e. call on A. II. IVeidman or James Kirk, Mifllinlown. HARRIET LITTLEF1KLD. Dee. H.h, 1854. CHRISTMAS AJID BR IDALPRES ISEXRY H ARPER, No. 520 ARC1I Street, PHILADELPHIA, Ha a large stock or WATCHES FINE JEWELRY. soi 'in sir vVrt w im tI a SETS SPOOVH JLA BJSts, HlOOAB y superior : plated ' Ut.6-f4, 4 AOS. SUBSCRIPTIONS l FOR STOCK : ' s It TBI Pc iiii s yl v a n i a IMPERIAL OIL COMTAXY ' RECEIVED RT ' PAKK.KR. .. . j v..ut.i, i- - - , l:VE in EAR. Prsre;or J. IdA.Vt I am eni.bted to dispose of them at very reas- ii'ne4'! M. D., Oorusr ami Ait.ist, f-irmcrly cf Ley- ! onahle prices, and I would therefore solicit a SOfl fJeese, ' den, li .iland, U now located at No 61 9 PlEd I ctt;i from friends of Juniata County and 4 If jTurkeys J UJ . gItfcii PuiLiUKLPHl v, wucrc persons alHicte j vicinity. fcMr.cmcmbcr the Name, Number 3 00 ; COAL. "i ton j ,:,... ,.f ,i, y-c .n,i viit l.e ... i i S.i PHOTOGRAPHS. it i jL Harrisburg, or desire a irtt class Picture ; SBOul,i V all means go where they take the i. most rt,U,i;,j i.-r. - ...... wnicn is t BUBNITE & WELDONS 110 Market St., Harrisburg, Ta. MATRIMONIAL! if , LAMBfl AND GEHTLIME !V,oh wish to marry, ad Jressthe undersigned, .j. ' T.l! send vo ..! send you without money and without ' 4, valuable iuforr-iation that will enable Mifflintowu, Dee. 21, 18Ut- l ixFORSI lTIOX FBEC TO NERVOUS SUFFERERS. A GENTLEMAN, cured of Nervous Dobili t Iiieomoetencv. Preinuurc Decay, and Youth I (.1 i'a ni-iimtpil hv a desire to benefit oih- - ;.;, ,, . a at U1S rt'Ce C oHlIir?., me t.rcil'U uu ' V 1 . . . . ... , li U iiiforruation of vital importance win De i ubecrf""vscnt J return mail. ! AdJvs. joiin it. ogdi::;. j . 60 Nassau Street, New York, f ! p. s. Sorvons Suff. .nrs of both scxea will Ind this information invaluable. rnm: foNFESrfioNS and experience j.J. of an invalid. Published for the beueSl and as a caution to young men and others. who sulfer from Nervous Debility. Premature Decay of Manhood, &r.., supplying at the .s.ime time the Means of Pelf-curc. 'y one 1 who has cured himself aftnrundcrgoiug con ! sidi-rable quackery. By enclosing apost-paid lrM enveloped fcitiple copies mty be had of : lie author. KAT1IAN1KL MAYFAIlt, Kuq.. j Juncl v Urooklyn, Kings Co., N. Y scieuiitically treated and cute-J, if curabl. ! Artificial Eyc-s inserted wiihout pain. ! N. B. No charges xnnde for Exaniinution. : The Medical facility is invited, as he has uo : seenrts in his mode of treatment. . I Jilyl8l. ly. I. K. STAI FFEK, WATCHMAKER AMD JEWELER, Ka.iy jj9r,h SEOOND Street, Carntr of ' - -' 'Trrj. rUILADELVltlA.. . An aSSCrtnent of , Watcvhej i J-welrr. 1 . - (tiltrtv A . w - 1'latStt Ware, jtonstently on hnnd, Suitable fur HOLIDAY ' rrfysExrs'. I jL 1 Repairing of Watches and Jiiwtilr I ponfjrt Uy attended to Df 6. 1804-1 yr. atAtHTrtTl ATI T-Vm TT-T'O ir;-. ,.t l.,i. 1. ..ins '.ate of t " ""r." j i Monroe townsnip, iidih,u uuii.j, .ic u. , H-,w,,t an 0rphnn9. Court, he.d .tM:iT- . hnlown, in an 1 for said comity o: Juniata, on 1 the !th day of December. A. D. 181 f. before the Judges of the same lrart. AnEAtus II. Lims, of Monroe township, presented his pe- I tition to the said t ourt. statute t.'i;u rturaiia.n : i l... p... ;.i t.irn.nm.nil iiiimrv (it I'a 1 huj.. it o .unu..-. ........ , on or about the 8th of Augttst. iKP I. intestate ; I And Whereas, in pursuance of said partition, . a Writ of partition &c. has been issued out of ! said Cuurt and to me directed, NUlD-o is hereby given to all the Heirs and legal reyrc- ; sentatiTcs of said deceaseu. mat 1 wui uo.u an 1 inquest Cn said property, upon tne premises, ; nn T-5.-lT Till! lOlll DaV or jAStTAKt lt"0 . . ..- - at U oclock, A. M. when and where all mter- ; ireiuiie ! S. B. LOLDEN, Shmfr. ; .., Sheriff's Ofiica, Mttllmtown. . . 1 Ve,!ab" 1M- ' . . - , Yalllftni'' I'f&ri!! .si E i'iie Sale! Tlia nnilrrsirncd offers at-private salo his valuable i'arm, on which he resides, eituatea : in Kenaanagh township, Juniata county, five ! -" rtk. -rm j ifcJL J.C1 Adjoining lands of John Christy, Abram Book. Joshua Poffenbereer aud John odcr, nenrly I n of whicU undw good cuUi. valioa, having thareon erected a two story weather boarded LOG HuCSE, a new large ' BANK UAUN, Wago'nshed, and other out- i i,.,;t,nnu ironil -tr at the door and runuintr I .. .1.. f n-. i. . TI N:. the Fatm. There is also, a TLN- ANT HOUSE on the premises. There is also a good apple ORCHARD on the premises. Tracts of Woodland near by will be disposed of also if desired. The land is of the best quality, the situa tion convenient, and the neighborhood good making it a very desirable residence for any person wishing a fine farm. Deo. 21-Ct. - JACOB BESHOAR, Pianos I i. Maaicnl Instruments of all descriptions rJfly Pianos and Melodeons w.ll be care elected for all who wish to obtain a "hf substantial Instrument of superior tone J,nalitv bv addressing the undersigned r ten 7nn experiance as teacher V 8 to his extensive dealings with the rlousegbothatPhiladelphiaanl'ittsburg I i. enabled to buv for his castomers first class fBStrnments at much reduced prices. . Satisfaction guaranteed in all cases. 4 CARL F. KOLBE, Academia, Juniata Co. iV Miffliatewn Nov , 1864. TttiYOV WISH TO BE CUBED : i rvr.I.TSll 9PFPIFIG PILtS cure, in less I than 30 days, the worst cases of ERVOPS- NESS, lmpotcncy, rremature uecay, cem'" Weakness, Insanity, and all Urinary, Sexual and Nervous Affections, no matter from what cause produced. Price, One Dollar per liqx.- ! Sent, nost-naid. hv mail.' on receipt of an er- ' dr. One Box will perfect the cure tn.most i ... ... o .I.--,, rn ! cases. address. e. di,ii.i.i. ncralAgeni. 7 Bjoadway, New 1 oik. tt m. - Home on a Farlongh: " This beautiful Steel Engraving, painted by Sohussele and engraved by Sartain ia having an rmmens sale, and ia considered by all who have seen it as one of the finest specimens of engravings ever gjiten out in this coumry. EweryJi Soldier's Fa iuljr should bat e a copy. Every Loyal House hoi" should have have a copy. In faat, every family who has a father, bus-, bn'ndj or son battling for his country, will ap- pvecia.rand should possess 110.U& ox a rt ftLoraii. It will always be a beautiful memorial of these anxious days and years of rebellion end war. This engraving is sold exclusively by Agents. DISABLED SOLDIERS and hers will find this the most pleasant and rfiotable agency they can undertake. We ive exelus ive tcrritoryi and will give par ticulars of agency on application. We print this plate on a l'J by 21 sheet, suitable for framing, and will send a speci men copy by mail, free, on recipt of the price $'JiO, which is about one-half the jirice usually charged for engravings of this char acter. For particulars ddre BRADLEY & Co. Publisher;, No. ti"5 North Fourth Street, PHILADELPHIA.- - ' - l-c. o. 1SC5. , LADIES FANCY FTJSS , JOIIN FAREIR.V3 Old KstublKhcd Fl'SUMTAC'IOKT, No. 718 Arch Street, above 7th., Phila., I havanow in store gof my own Iiupor- "M IS station anu .imnu- k l&l.x IMKST and mos BEAL'TIFLL aclcc tiuus.of - FASY FURS, For LADIES' and CHILDREN'S WEAR inthe City. Also, a fine assort Jtent of Gent-'a Fur Gloves i: Collars. my Furs were all purchased when GuU was at a much lower premium than at present, JOIIN F A'REIRA, 718 AKC1I Street, ahove 7th.. Sonth side. -PHILADELPHIA. Ic-I A A V E NO PARTNER. NUttCONEC TIUN WITH AN Y OTIiEIl STORE IN PHIL ADELPHIA! Sept. Jlst, 18U4. 5 dips. rrench Burr Mill Stones. Mumiuttcry Liberty ttrc't, near ih Cot ton Factory. . HARKlSnCRO, TA. rpH3 undersigned announces o the trade X tht he eorit'.tiues to manufacture and im port direct from the most celebrated quarries in France, the best qualities of ' Ireut:u Burr .Mill Stones, . which he offers at reasonable rates, and guar antees satisfaction to the purchaser. Also, every number in ue, of the celebrated ; OLD A UK EH KRAND BOLTING CLOTH. Orders by mail promptly attended to, and goods forwarded by railroi Js, canal, or Ci pro if desired. ' WM. U. KEPNER, Ko. 10 West State strael, Harrisburg Ta. Not. 23, 3 mo. PENNSYLVANIA IilPEIlIAL OIL COMPANY 0$u 133 S-ju h Fifth Sine: I'uladclphi. CAPITAL :.fi00,nV. 210,000. SHARES AT $5 EACH. RESERVED CAPITAL S-iO.OtK). President, AIexauc!erK. JicCJur?. lUUlXTOKS - A K McCuai, r , J C BoMnKitOEP., Tntisia" A Scorr, Jons' M I'omkrov, DKJackmax, - Elisua W Davis, PiTan 3 Smail. .- Secretary, Jaro.es H. Sellers. ' . " Treasurer, Kl:fta YV. Davis. This Company has 120 acres of land, ia fee. on Allgher.y river, immediately opposite Oil City, nml adjoining Laytouia, with. 110 rods front on the river, and Ti rods front on Lay's Run. lion. C. P. ltamsdcll, editor of the Oil City .Vonimr and agent for this land, assures the Company that it wiil sell in lots for S1U0, 0iO, reserving the oil right which is worth S l'JO, Wt) additional. Immediate revtnue Kii. be derived for the Company from the iiiU oflhcsc lot) : and the Company have two good engines with complete fixtures to operate immediately for oil. The territory in this immediate locality has never failed to produce profitably. Also, one Imn lrc 1 acres, in fee simple, in the celebrated Cherry Ituu District, immedi ately adjoiuiug Cherry Run Petroleum Compa ny, whose stock is now worth $30 per thare The Company now have offers, which will be accepted, for sinking wells on lease, without any cost to the corporation and one-half the proceeds to go to the Company. The Curtin and St.Nicholns Companies are in this imme diatc locality, and their stoci is now com manding a large premium. In addition, the Company has 40 acres, in fee simple, on Cherry Tree Ruu, which empties into Oil Creek, and in the best producing Oil Territojy, and 1 10 acres, in fee simple, on Walnut Bend, five miles above the mouth cf Oil Creek, and not over two miles from the celebrated Reed well, now producing over 200 barrels per day. Also, the lease of .three tract of land, two on Oil Creek, each producing over ten barrels per day, and one on Allegheny River, produc ing tea barrels per day of heavy oS, worth now $21 per barrel. The Company now re ceives three-fourths of the proceeds of the last named well, and one-half of the other two. Each of these tracts will be developed by the Company by sinking additional wells, and the engines and fixtures are now on hand to do it. .The officers of this Company mean to pros ecute the devclopement of these lands most energetically, and they have entire tonfidenre that they will yeild very large dividends of the capital stock. Bt Subscriptions mnst be made promptly, as more than oue-half of the stock is already engaged. Subscriptions wiil be received by W. M.AX.LISOA' and E. f). PARKER, . - Mifflintown Pcua. Oec. 14-3t. BEEF , .FOR CASH. Owing to the high price of all neat cattle the undersigned gives notice thatoa and after tha 1st -day -of tie oe tuber next he win sell Moat only for CASH. These terms most be strictly enforced without rospec' to persons. Persons -knowing themselves .indebted will please call and settle immediately Nor. 2:t. JACOB THOMAS. v - DYSPEPSIA. CURE IVAItRATED- Dysptpua hat the following Symplomi: . 1st. A constant pain or uneaeiuasa at lla pit cf the Btomacb. r j . id. Flatulence and Acidity. it ;sl. Coetiveness and Loss of Appetite. 4th. Gloom and Depression of Spirits. 6th. Diarrhoea, with griping. 6th. Pain in all parts of the system. 7th. Consumptive Symptoms and Palpita tion of the Heart. bth. Cough, with Phlegm in the Throat. 0th. Nervous Affc:tion, and wantot Sleep at night. 10th. Loss of Appetite and Vomiting. . 11th. Dizziness, Dimness of Vision, and Loss of s'ght. lth. Headache and Staggering in walking, with great Weakness. ' Out of the thousands of cases cf Dyspepsia that nave t lr.- V i,ti.tt'i Ureal American Dyspepsia Pills, not one of them has failed of a perfect cure. We warrant a cure in ever case, no matter if of twenty years' standing. Sold by all druggists everywhere, ami at Dr. Wishari's OEcc,No. 10 N. Second street, Pil adelpliia Pa. Ail examinations and coimulia tions free of charge. Send fr a circular Price $1 per box. Sent ly mail, fret of aharga on receipt of money. . Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia, Dyspepsia. I, Elizabeth Bb.issos, of Brady wine, Del. formerly of Old Chester, Del., do certify that, for one year and a hnlf I suffered everything but death from that awful disease called Dys pepsia. My whole system was prostrate with weakness and nervous debility - I could not digest, my food ; if I ate even a cracker or tha smallest amount of food, it would return just as I swallowed it ; I became so costive in try bowels that I would not have a passage inle-a than from four and often eight days; under this immene suffering, my mind seemed en tirely to give way. I had dreadful horror and evil lorbodings. I thought everybody hated me, and I hated everybody ; I could not bear my husband nor my own children, everything appeared to be horror stricken to me; I had no ambition to do anything; 1 lost all my at of family and home ; 1 would l amble and wan tier from place to place, but could not be con. tented ; 1 felt that i wa3 doomed to hell, a& J lhal there was no heavenf or me, and was ofteu tempted to commit ruictuj, so near was my whole nervous system destroyed, and also Eiy mind, from that awful complaint. Dyspepsia, that my frien js thought best to have me placed in Dr. Kirkbrido's Hospital, West Philadel phia ; I remained there nine weeks, and thought I was a little better, but in a few days my dreadful complaint was r.ijfing as bad as ever. Hearing of the wonderial cures per formed by Dr. Wishari"a Oieat American Dys pepsia PiiN and his treatment for Dyspepsia, my husband called on Dr. Wishart and stated my case to him. He said he had no doubt ha could cure me. So in three days after I tailed nud placed myseif under the Doctor's treat ment, and in two weeks Ib?gan to digest sty food, an l fell that my disease was givingway, and continued to recover for ubuiit ihrea months, and at the present lime I enjoy per feet hc'l'h of body and mind, and I most sin cerely return my thanks to a niciciful God and Dr. Wishart, and to his great American Dyspepsia Pills end Pino Tree Tar Cordial that saved me from aa Insana Asylum and a premature grave. All persons suffering with Dyspepsia are a' liberty to call on me cr to wr::c, as I am willing to do all the good I can for suffering huuiauity. Kliabetu Bbanso. Brandy wine, Del., formerly of Old Chester, Delaware county. Pa. Dr. Wishari's Office, Jf . 10 North Second street, Philadelphia. , Dyspepsia I Dyspepsia t Da. Wishart. I have been a constant suf ferer with Dyspepsia for the last eighteen vears, during which time I cannot say thut I eviT enjoyed a perfectly well day. There wore times when the symptoms were more ag gravated than ut others, and then it seemed would be a great relief to die- lhad at atl times an uupleasent feeling in niyhead, but latterly, my sufferings N much increased that 1 became almost unfit for business of any kind; my nimd was continually filled with gloomy thotig'-ts and forbodings, and if I attempted t change their current by reading, at onca a sensation of icy colduess in connection with a dead weight, as it were, resisted upon my brain ; also, a feeling of sickness would occur at the stomach, and great pain to my eyes, accompanied with which was the continua fear of losing my reason. I also experienced great lassitude, !"bUity and nervousness, , which made it diff icult to walk by day or sleep at night. I became averse to society, and disposed only to seclusion, and having tried the skill of a number of eminent physicians of various schools, finally came to the the con clusion that, for this disease at my present age J-b years) there was no cure in existence But, through the interfenence of Divine Pro idenee, to whom I devoutly offer my thanki. I at last found a sovereign remedy in your Dyjpejsia PiEa and Tar Cordial, which seem to Lave effectually removed almost the law trace of uy long list of ailments and bad feel ings, and in their place health, pleasure an contentment are my everyday companion.- James M. Sanoekb, No. 4C3 North Second street, Philadelphia, Formeily cf Wcodhury N. J. Dr. Wishart's Great Amerieon Dyspep- am Pills. This is to certify that I have suffered for tea yetvrs that dreadful complaint called dyspep sia. I suffered much pain and distress, with gloom aud depression of spirit s ; I was treated by eight different physicians for my complaint and at times was much better, but then the old disease, dyspepsia, wov.'.d return with all its drem ful realitio', and my whole system was fast wasting away. In this sick and debilita ted siate, 1 was banded a circular of Wishart'a great American Dyspepsia Pills, nadl'inaTrea Tar Cordial, which gave a cotTeet dvscription of my sufferings, and determined to place myself ucdcT the Doctor's careaad take hit medicines. ' ; A3 soon as I commenced the use of themed ine, I began to get better, and ao I eontinaj three months, at which time I was perfectly restored to health , 1 am to-day a well man. Dr. Wishart, I give you this certificate with a grateful heart tor the benefit I have receive! from the ue of your truly wouderful medicines. May God bless you and preserve : jour truly useful life for many years. 1 would say to every tick person who is sufftring as I was, that my residence is No. 139 Richmond street, Philadelphia, where I will lake great delight ia giving testimony to the great power of Df Wishart'a medisioas to cure. F. II. Aum. The above are a few among the thousand whiah this great remedy baa saved from an un timely grave. j - ' - ' We have thousands of letters from phjai cims and druggists, who have prescribed and sold these nicdictne, saying that they hava nev er UEed or sold a medicine which giT9 stab universal eatisfueticn. . . Prepared only by Uia proprietor, r , , " ,: Or. !.". v. n Uliarl.T " ' No. 10 ortt becond Sir'r. Pbi'scelpai a r a f'i'T1. tiaif fine; . Fhi'-i.