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FARM. AND-- HOUSEHOLD.
CATTLE-LORDS OP TEXAS.
Their Floeks and Herds. . . .; -
Tbe St. Louw Journal of Commerce
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Tfxai haa been aptly designated lbe
great cattle-Live' of North America "
More than balf a ceutorj ago, under
iuducetneola offered hy tLe Spanish
Colonial authorities iu Jiexieu, tLe coast
region from tLe Ssabitie to tLe itio
Grande, a level and fertile Lilt froai
thirty to f:x!j miles broad, was pci'.fcd
Ly- Spa:ii;tj and A uitv ic.tu emigrant?,
bo bronLt'. with tb-m tin ir nUive
breed of catile,' w Licit, uiid'-rrtriviikaUly
favorable ciicuinslucfr8 of cl'mitte and
patturare, amalgamated into a common
e lock, c ml iluing in a large degree tLe
Letter print of tLe conelilutnt breeds.
I p to lL sUofglt- fur iixaji mJepeud
cuce tbe incrf e (T tL : In rua was re
maitaMj ra; i-l. Iu t!ie d u 'uibaiice and
social di.-l'.cation w Licit tli:!ii ensue..!, the
western J ortiru cf iLia cnttli? rrginn be
came almost depnpnLiled, a::d tjie cattle,
for lack ol o .v:j r. rt Lipsed into a
state i-f wi!ia-:i fti ft.t:.! t.nltr w.i8 not
fiinall le-rrtitLIirl ed till after tlie an
nexat -it of T sa to lb United States,
and in lbe tnatj of peace v.:;li MVxico,
in jS4S. Tbe cMtle r: i.-:rg iii.Iuntiy
'Inn revived. Tho iii Lt-d.H were ei
tl.ei it ciaiiin 1 y tl.tir firmer owners,
cr aj'.rnpiia!td by otbns Larc naia
I its v.-r!e liiveii 10 Eastern nitiikctr) ;
luit i..uj.L r m lined to Ettck immense
istcl.fj t.ii i;ic!i a c!.i?f ( f men of en
terprise iii id reco'iite diameter Lave fince
er-K;Z' d a wry tbrifty parnral i:nlas
t.y lur't:g the rtbelli'in tlie Ttxaa
c;i'.-' r gi i,s w. re but tdij;bt!y ilevasta
lid 1'V ilie ravages of war, wLieh on lbe
C' i t:;ryj g.vaJy 'encLanced their' pros
juity l.y i.iCicaaiiig tLe price of. Texas
1 e. f.
l.i tlie cot t regijns of Tcxw are fu:nd
c iM e la; d vliopa animattd treasure
s!n a.-.-, in nuinler and value, even ilie
ill-nks and herd of ilie great men of New
Yo k. '1 Iil-Ssnta Cabrutus rancbe, on
tLe Santa t.'ubru'm Biyer, .owned by
ld. Kit-Lard .KitiJ. rmbsaces 81.132
: ires of bind, tucked i;lt 65,000 cattle,
10,0;0 hm-fcn, 7,000 sheep, and S 000
goat-, l't.r tLo n-.ar.igemeiit of these
luinienfe herds, SCO Mexican herdsmen
and 1,000 twiddle h'.rrea are held iu con
stant requisition. C'd King each -ear
brands 12,000 calves, and sells 10,000
tat cattle, constantly investing the sui
j lu? procieds iu clock, cattle. O'Con-
net's rancbe twrntj milta btlow Goliad, i
m tbe i is ii Ante.nio river, in 1SG2 con '
laii.td over 10 COO catile ; during that j
yar on this estate, 12 000 calves were
branded, and vSO.000 lealizsd by tha
r :i!e nf e.-'tilo This cuttrprize was in-!
sngur.i't d ti n j-ears previously wiih 1,
.ii)0 cattle. Koiliieanx laucbe, between '
the ni '-uce and liio Grande rivers, owned
by Mr. Kennedy, is a fertile peninsula j
'f 1 12,541 acres, jutting out into th-j
Gull' c:f X'exico, tbe irtLmus being se-!
c ured I y thirty miles of plank fence, j
guiti'dtdat intirvals of three milei by !
Lerdmiu's ranches. It already contains '
;,0,000 beef cattle, besi!es large numbers
of other stock. Other magnificent cat
tie herds might be enumerated. The net
increase of cattle in this region has been
estimated a high as 25 per cei.t. per
Turning hu animals loose to graze at
w ill over a range of country often fifty
miles square, covered with nutritous
iKgses, in a genial climate, iu which
t belter i unnecessary, the Texas stock
raiser confiues his care to the identifica
tion and maikeling of bis animals For
tbe firmer purpose, the stockmen of tbe
neighboring ranches assemble semi annu
ally In considerable force," to rconr the
country for the purpose of branding calv-t-p,
tho owncrpLip of which is determined
by the brand of the cows they folloiv or
sack. This stock burinees which has
thus grown from small beginnings, now
amounts to a magnificent industry, the
product of which reaches our most dis
Its conditions, both economical and
productive, have been gradually chang.
ing wiih the growth of our resources.
TLe extension of crop raising agricul
tural settlements in the coast regions se
liouidy deranged the condition of cheap
productions of cattle by raising the value
of laud and by restiicling the range of
free pasture. The stock business was
then extended northward to the central
region of high, rolling prairies and even
to the plateaux of northern Texas, local
ities scarcely less congenial to this at
tractive industry than even the rich plains
of the coast. They present large areas,
tolerably well watered, and sufficiently
well timbered for tbe wauta of the Etock
Tbe climate is mild and salubrie.J, and
the prairies iu their wild state are covered
with excellent grasses, and already feed
large herds r.f cattle bearing the barnds
of different owners.
Immense quantities of beef are anna
ally lost, like the waste wood of the for
est, fur lack of means of of preserving it.
Hides rot on the ground for lack of tan
neries and because' of the difficulty or
want of transportation to market while
imported leather is scarce and dear
Stock raisers are found in this region
with herds rivaling those of the coast.
Nr. John Hiteon has 50,000 acres of
land and as many cattle.
Mr. John Chisholm owns 30,000 head
G. W. Slaughter 2,000, Coggins & Parks
20 000; Lacy & Coleman 12,000; and
Mr. Morron Childers 10 000. A large
number of smaller herds are reported in
these regions, showing a rapid growth in
the cattle industry, and capacity for
still greater expansion. .
The number of cattle in Texaa. in
1S.70 was 3,000,000 beef cattle. 658.320
caws, and 2.540,320 calves.. There are
annually raised and branded about 750,
i i ji 'f -: i s:
1 THE KEYSTONE VI
mm btreet, duiimntowii
i.. . t. .
ITfE. Tlllt CXI'f RSIGNED, WOULD
' most respect fully call the attfniKn ,f
our friends, customers, and lt"e public' gea-
crally, to tbe fact that we have secured and
fitted up one of tbe finest rooaula tba'eoun
t, directly opposite our old stand previous
to tbe terrible firoof Dto. 81, 1670, on Bridge
Street, MiHlintowh, where we purpose to eons
tiuue the business of
We have opened one of tbe finest, best and
cheapest stuck of Goods every offered to the
public, nuibracan in fact almost eerYtiiing
tliat tbe public can wiflfi."" We would' e.pe
ciilly iurite the attention of all to our fine
assortment of ' ' " ' " ? T
D RES S GO 6 DS.
This department we flatter ourselves to be
the best ever offered to tbe publie of Juniata
for (tjie?, quality and cheapness, of tbe moat
approved patterns, &e.,
-' . ''",'
Black Bombazine, '
Black Australian Crape,
'Klack I'oplin, " " """"
m y "
Iilack and Fancy Silks,
lilack and Fancy Silk Poplins,
lilack and Fancy Mohair, x
ISIack and Fancy Alpaccas,
lilack and Colored Striped Suitings,
Satin Striped Versailles Cloth,
Sotin Striped Lome Ilobes,
Silk Stripe-1 Mohair,
Silk Figured Sultaua,
Brocade Japancea Silks, ''
French Serge Wool Plaid,
Scotch - do. do. do. -
Cord aud Colored Velveteeug. .
English and French Chiutzes,
1'laid Nainsooks, -. - ,. r
1 'laid India Twil'a," " ; '
Drocha, Tliibet, Helena,
Wei-t Branch, Niagara, aud
Waterviiet Long an i Square
bawls, in Ureat Variety.'
Elack and Fancy Cloths, ' .
lilack and Faucy Caesimei-es,
Iilack and Fancy Ermines,
lilack and Fancy Tweeds,"
Black aud Faucy Jeans,
Striped and Plain Linen, ' "
Striped aud Plain Cottonade,
Striped aud Main Suitings,
Striped and Plain Marseilles.
Striped and Plain Flannels,
o - -
Prints, Muslins, Sheeting,
Pillow Casings, Checks,
Drills, l'iapers, , ., .
Linen, Cotton &'Daiuask Table Linens,
Cambric and Swiss Embroidery,
Piqua and Crochet Edgings,
Silk and White Cotton Fringes,
Kibbons. Velvet and Giro pa, '.
Laces and Braids, '
Ladies' Listing Duiton and Lace Gaiters,
Ladies' Morocco Button and Lao do.
Ladies' Kid Laco litis ' .
Ladies' Kid Lace do.
Ladies' Lasting and Kid Croquet Slippers,
Misses' and Child's Lasting Gaiters,
Misses' and Child's Kid Bala,
Misses' and Child's Morocco Button, -Misses
and Child's Goat and Pebble,
Misses' and Child's Croquet Slippers.
Men and Boys' Calf Boots,
Men and Boys' Gaiters''
' ' ... C '
Glassware and Queensware,
Fruit Jars aud Stoneware.
Wool Figured, Yeuitian, Listing
and Wool Dutch Carpets.
Floor and Stair Oil Clotli,
Oil Shades and Fixtures.
Berlin, Zephyr and Excelsior
.Foreign, and Domestic Yarns. .
TalM and Pocket Cutlery,
Mirrors, Stationery-, Albums, &c ,
In fact everything necessary to make op a
complete stock of Choice and Desirable
As we are buying strictly for cash, we
flatter ourselves tbat we can etfer great in
ducements to parties who wish to buy good
Goods at reasonable prices. Our terms are
cash or country produce taken iu exchange
for goods. . .
We only ask the public to give us a call
and examine cur stock, and compare prices
and qunlity. We defy competition. ' -
TILTEN & ESPENSCnADE,
Bridge Street, MiSintowa.
. - - . . . . V
Choicest Styles of tlie Season.
' SAMUEL STRAYSB,
Patter son, Juaiata Co., Pa. ' '
of all kinds
II will sell my entire atook at
Greatly Reduced Prices, :..
i;i ipir. lsro
1 r)(iVJ '
OVERCOATS, FTJES; 1
Liiios' Sioss & Gaiters,
' Under-Clothing, See.,
Sails ini Parts of Suits,
. HATS JSP CAPS,
And Furnishing Goods
Stair and Floor
Hate and Caps.
J0 or 25 pc,r cent, cheaper
. v. - i.. ..a
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selected, 1 hope to please all.
Call and see to be eon-
JST Measiires.taken and Suits and parts
of Suits maio to order, reasonable. "
Jan. 21, 1R72. ratterson, Pa.
. D. W.'..IIABE.EY. & CO'S J
CHEAP CLOTHING STORE.
Xevin's New Building, Bridge
This way for Bar
gains!! HAVING remoYed our GOODS to a room
iu Nerin'snew building, on Undce street.
we are prepared to do a larrre business, and
nave just received a
NEW ASS0STMEST OF GOODS,
coxsi3ti.no or .
Over Coats Dress Coata, Business Coats,
Common Coats, lantrtlooDs, Vests, Hats,
Veota and Bboes of erjry deseription,
atyle and quality, for male or female.
BOYS' READr MADE CLOTHING
Also, Carpets While Shirts, Fancy Over
Sbirts, Under Shirta. Drawers, Hosiery,
Gloves, Linen and Paper Colars.
. Crarafs and Ties, Trunks, Cm- .
brellas. Travelling Bags Ac. .
Also, the latest styles of Ladies' Cloaks, Cir
culars and Furs.
1'ersons in want of anything in our line will
save money by giving us a call before pur
ebcaing elsewhere, as we are determined to
sell cheap for cash. , , n..
S Don't forget the earner. Bridge and
D. W. IIARLEr CO.
Mayl, 187i. , ,.
NEW BOOT & SHOE SHOP
In Heriaa New Btuldinj on
BKIPUK STREET, MlfFLINTOWN
TITE undersigned, late of the firm of Pa
sick & North, would respectfully an
nounce to tbe public that be has opened .a
Bjutin I Shoe Shop "in Major Kevin's New
UuiM'ng. on Bridge sireet', MilKiLlown, and
is repireJ lo manufacture, of the best ma
terial, all kinds of " "' " " "'
1500TS, SHOES AND GAITERS,
GKNT3', LADIES AND CHILDREN.
. IJe alo keeps on band a large and well
selected stock of
of all kiuds, tor men, women and children.
ALL WOBE WARRANTED.
Give me a call, for T feef confident that I
can furnish you with any kind of work you
Efcjjr Kepairinc done neatly and at reason
able rates. J. L. NORTH.
May 31, 1371.
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IN PATTERSON. .
SAMUEL II. ROLLMAN respectfully aa
nouncea to the public that he has recent
ly opened a Wagon-maker's Shop iu lbe bor
oogli of Patterson, and is prepared to man
ufacture, in a neat and durable manner,
WAGONS OF ALL KINDS
From a Four-bone Farm Wagon to a One-
horse Spring wagon.
All Kinds of Repairing will Receive
Grain and Lumber Taken in
l!iXClian?e for V ork.
tS!i- By careful attention to businee, and
by turning out superior work, he hopes to
merit and receive a large share of public
5T Good Oak Flank "Wanted, -rat
Nov 1, 1871-ly
"Meat ! 3Ieat !
riHE undersigned hereby respectfully in-J-
forms lbe citizens of Mifilintown and
Patterson tbat his wagon will visit each of
these towns on TUESDAY, THURSDAY and
SATURDAY mornings of each week, when
they can be supplied with
r . r. it '
i Lnrtl, &o.,
during the summer season;' and also' PORK
and SAUSAGE in Beason. I purpose fur
nishing Beef every . Tuesday and Saturday
morning, and Veal and Mutton every Thurs
day morning. Give mo your patronage, and
will guarantee to sell as good meat as the
country can produce, and as cheap as any
other batcher in th county. . . - . ,
;.; . SOLOMON SIEBER. '
June 14, 181. -
' ' BELLEFONTE. PENN'A. .
D. JOHNSTON & SOD'S, Proprietors.
The "Brockerhoff House" has recently been
refitted and otherwise greatly improved, and
is now under the proprietorship of D. John
ston & Sons, formerly of the "Leonard iloiise"
in Clearfield, Persons visiting Bellefonte on
basiness or pleasure will find this a conve-.
nient and pleasant place to stop, free Bast
to tad from thi Dtptt.
-tv ; i Nov 1,1871.
4 LL kinds of Canned and Dried Frnit for
il sale hr
- , TR1CEE OF GOODS. , ....
FaltcrsoD, Juniata Cp.. Pa.
. , . ....
The undersigned beg leave to itale. that
they have purchased from J. B. M. Todd, bis
entire stock of goeds. and will in future
conduct the merebantil business at the Old
Stand, in tbe borough of Pattenon, Juniata
county, -Pa., where I hey shall endeavor to
keep constantly on band a full and complete
assortment of .. .
ladies dress goods, consist
ING OF ; .
ALPACAS, . ,
POPLINS. " ''
' ' . GINGHAMS.
' ' CAMBRICS. '
FA NO IT GOODS, ; i
NOTIONS. t . . .
HATS AND CAPS.
. BOOTS AND SUOE3,
GLASSWARE, CROCKERY. :
Ilaving just returned from the city with the
above enumerated stock of goods, all of
which have been purchased since the great
deciine in Gold, we feel warranted in saying
that we can offer Goods at greatly reduced fig
ures for CASII OR COUNTRY PRODUCE.
mr23-tf ' LAI ED & BELL.
VEW X"JIt3X !
At the Room-Recently Occupied by George
Goshen. Corner of Tuscarora and Ju
Wish to inform the citizens of Mifflin, rat
terson and surrounding country that they
have opened a full line of
: . N0TI01IS AND FANCY GOODS,'
Sugars, : ') -'
. Syrups, . ' ' , . .
Coffees, ' :
Flour and Feed Always on Hand,
COAL OF ALL KINDS,
Store Coal, Lime-burners' Coal, and Black
smiths' Coal always on band at the lowest
RAILROAD TIES, LOCUST POSTS, and
all kinds of .Country Produce taken id ex
change for Goods and Coal, for which th
highest market prices will be paid.
tPfk-Persons wishing anything in our line
wiU find it to their advantage to live us a
call, as we feel assured that we can accom
modats one and all. - .,
George Gosbea is our authorised Agent.
All business transacted by aim will tie ac
knowledged by us
DOYLE & MARLEf
Patterson, Jan. 23, 1872. .
THE PLACE FOR BARGAINS
PEMELL'S CHEAP STORE
IN PATTERSON, PA.
rpiIE lirgest and best assortment to be
JL found in Patterson. Thankful for the
liberal patronage heretofore received from
the public, I would respectfully announce
that 1 have just opened a very large stock ot
Goods well suittdto the trade. My stock
consists of a full assortment of fins and staple
" DRY GOODS,
Embracing all tbe materials for men, women
and children s ware, including Hats and Caps.
Boots and Shoes, together with a large stock
of Muslins, Sheetings Drillings, Tickings, Oil
Cloths, Mattings, sc.
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Such as French and English Merinoes, Top
lins. Alpacas, De Laines, plain and figured
Shawls, sc.. and also a large stock of A otions.
such as Gloves, Mitts, Hosiery, Embroidered
Collars and Cuffs, and a general assortment
of Dress Trimmings.
Such as Sogars, Syrups, Coffees, Teas and
Spices. Also, a large lot of Queensware,
Hardware, Wood and Willow Ware. Fish
Salt and Nails. Together with a full assort
ment of Gooas usually kept in a country store
UaHighest price paid for country pro
duce in exchange for goods. Prices to suit
the times May 1.1871.
Boot and Shoe Shop.
THE undersigned, fashionable Boot M
and Shoemaker, hereby respectful- Jy
ly informs tbe publie that he has located
in the borough of Patterson, where he is pre
pared to accommodate the most fastidious in
, LADIES AVKAK,
Gents1 Fine and Coarse Boots,
. CHILDREN'S, WEAR, &Cj&C;
Also, mending done in the neatest manner
and upon tbe shortest notice. A liberal
share of publie patronage is respectfully
solicited. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Shop located on tbe east side of Tus
carora street, one door south of Main street,
nearly opposite Laird & Bell's store."
:; " - -:: . J. W. DEAN,
March 8, 1871-ly . b .
JOHNSTOWN . FOUJTDEY.
THE undersigned, manufacturer of Jami
son's Improved Plow, calculated for all
kinds of plowing, and in all kinds of ground,
soli cheaper than any other Plow in the
County, lit manufactures ail kinds of Cast
ings, Bells. Stores. &e.,lTe will atso reDair
reapers and threshing machines. Oire me a
call, or address.
1. n. ROGERS.
Walnut P. O.
ang 18 1869 -tf Janiata Co. Pa.
STATE CAPITOL HOTEL, uearihe Cap
tel Buildings, . -
, HARISB UXQ.PA.
l&.Terms aa moderate as any HoteTin the
Wtf. O.THOfP50N. Proprietor
LARGE stock of Ready-made Clothing for
sale by HA&LEY & CO.
Vi fi Iters re noc a vile Facy Drink,
made of i'onr Rum, Hliisk?Tf Proof Spiiits and Refuse
Liquors doctored, apiccd, ad sweetened lo plea U
tnsie, cjllrd " Tonics;' Appetizers," " Resinrers,
Stc, that lead tlie liiyler oo :o drlienncs and ruin,
but are a trite Medicine, m.ide from tlie native ropu
and herbiOt Calitornm, free frran al Alctjtirtlic Stimnlaats.
They are tlie Great It-oml Pun tier and a Life-giving
Principle, Pender Renovator and Invigoraior e4 tlt
System, carryinj; oiT all poisonous matter and retoiint;
the blood to a healthy cottdition, enrich t up it, refreknig
and iiivi(Eor.Hiiii! blli mind and bdy. Tliey are easy
of administration, promt its their action, certain in Uteic
restili, t anil re!iU!e in all form of disease.
3i Penou cats lk thfte BUtcra accord
ing to direcium, ami remain long unwell, provided
their booe are not destroyed br mitteml poison or other
means, aii the Vital oralis waited beyond the poiot
f repair. . '
I-aip4ttt or Indlls'estlon ffeadiche. Pain
in the Shoulders. Cmt-h-i,T;fihtiie-;s of the t 'hest. Du
llness, Snir Kritrt-itinns of the btoniaclt, It.id Taste
in the Month, Kilimiv Ati.wk, Plpaaiion of the
Heart, fntl-immatinn of th- I.tincs, Pain in the regions of
the Kidoevs, and a hitndred other pamifw! symptoms,
are the oiIpii ( D"icnsi.i. In tliese complaints
tt lias no equal, aod one bottle will prove a better guar
antee of it merits th.m a lonVhv advertisement.
Par Fouinlo Complaint m young of old,
married or sm-le, at the dawn of womanhood, or the
torn of life, these Tnmc R tiers dlsnlavso decided an
influence that a maiked improveiitcut is soon percep
For lunantiitMiory n Chronic lclien
tatlsni and Gout, Dv;icpsiaor Indisestioti, Bilious,
Remittent and Intermittent fevers, li senses of the
Blood, Liver, Kidnevs arid Hladifer, these Ri iters have
been most successful- Such Diseases ae cnused by
Vitiated lilond, wh eh is e;eneraJIy produced by deraoge-
Krnt oi iie jigesuve wrg.ins.
Tliy stOentlo Pnrcratl re nn well af
m 'Tonlc possessinj also tlie necn.iir merit of acting
as a powerful apent 10 rlievine; (,onj;estimi or Inflam
mation ot e L.rer aud Viacerol Organs, and in Bilious
For Ski it diseases. Eruptions, Tetter,, Silt
Rheum, IHmches, Sp.' Pimples Pustules, Roils, Car
buncles, Rinn-worms. aild ?lead. Sore Kye Ery
sipelas. Itch, Scurfs, Iiscioraauiof tlie Skin, Humors
and Diseases of Ike Skin, of whatever name or nature,
are literally due; up and carried nut of t'-9 system in a
short time by the ne of these Bitters. 0 bottle in
such cases will cunviuce the most incredulous o their
Cleanse Ilie Tlllfel Blnoil when-vef you
find its impurities bursting through the skin iu Pimples, (
Eruptions, or Sores; clc-iuse it when you find it ob
structed and sluggish in lite vein; cleanse it wlien it is
foul ; your feelings will teil you when. Keep the blood
pore, and the health of the system will follow. - -
Grmtefitl thousand's proclaim Vinegar Eit
tbxs the most wonderful loviforant ilut ever sustained
the sinking system.
Pin, Tape, and! other Worms. lurking in
the system of so many thousands, are effectually de
st roved and removed. Savs a distinguished physiol
ogist: Thereisscarcelyaii individu.il u;-on the face of the
earth whose body is exempt from the presence of worms.
It is not upon the he.i'ihy elements of the body that
worrrM exist, but noon the diseased hnmors and slimy
deposits that h-eed lhe.se living monsters of diese.
No system of Medicine, no vcnntfuc.es, no anthelmin
itics, will free the system ft out wornu like these Hit
ter. , . .
Mcchnnleal Dlseesrs. Persons en.iged in
Paints and Mineral, such as Plumbers, Trjte -setters.
Gold -heaters, and Miners, as they advance in l:te, will
be subject to paratvis of the tf "TveK To coird against
this take a dose of Wm.kkr's Vimbcab Uimeai once
or twice a week, as a Preventive
Billone. ltemltteut, and fnf ermlttent
Pevere. which are so prevx'ent in the valleys of our
rreat rivers thronehout the United States, especially
those of the Mississippi, Ohio, Missouri, Illinots, Ten
nessee, Cumberland, Arkansas, Red, Colorado, Brazos,
Rio Grande, Pe.irl, Alabama, Mohi:e, Savannah, Roan
eke, James, and many others, with their vast tribtita
ties, throughout our entire country during the Summer
and Autumn, and remarkably, so during seasons of
unusual heat and dryness, are invariably accompanied
by extensive derangements of tlie stomach and liver, and
ether abdominal viscera. There are always more or less
obstructions of the liver, a weakness and irritable state
of the stomach, and great torpor of the bowels, being
clogged up with vitiated acctnn illations. In their treat
ment, a purgative, exerting a powerful influence upon
these various organs, is essentially necessary. There is
no catltartic for toe purpose equal to Da. J- Walkkr's
Vims-gar Hitters s 'Y 'H speedily remove the
dark-colored viscid matter with which the bowels are
loaded, at the same time stimulating the secretions of
the liver, and generally restotiug tiie healthy functions
of the di;:etive organ.
Serofnle. or Kind's Kvll, White Swellings;
Ulcers, Erysipelas Swelled Neck, Goiter, Scrofulous
Inflammations, Indolent Inflammations, Mercurial Af
fections, Old Sores, Eruptions of the Skin, Sore Eves,
etc, etc In these, as m ail other constitutional Dis
eases, Wamcrr's Vinrgr Bittrrs have shown their
rreat curative powers in tlie tno&t obstinate ao J intract
Dr. Walker's California Tine ajar Bitter
act on all these cases in a similar manner. Ity purifying
the Blond they remove the cause, and by resolving away
the ejects of the inflammation the tubercular deposits)
tlie aiTected parts receive health, and a permanent cure
The properties of Dr. Wamcrr's Vrwar.AR
niTTRRS are Aenent. Diaphoretic and Carminative,
Nutritious, laxative. Diuretic, Sedative, Counter-irritant,
Sudoritic, Alterative, and Anti-Bilious.
The Aperient and mild Laxative pmpertre of
Da. Walkbk's VtNrtOAR Bittrrs are the best safe
guard in all eases of eruptions and malignant fevers,
their balsamic healing, and soothing properties protect
tha humors of the fauces. Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the n err mis system, stora.ich, and bowels,
either from in flamm.it ion, wind, colic, cramps, etc
Their Counter-irritant influence extends throughout
tlie system. Their Diuretic properties act on the Kid
neys, correcting and regulating the flow of urine. Their
Anti-Bilious properties stimulate the liver, in the secre
tion of bile, and its discharges through the btory ducts
and are superior to all remedial agents, for the cure 'of
Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, etc
Fortify the body as;alnt dlaeaee hv puri
fying all its fluids with Vineg r Bitters. No epi
demic can rake hold of a system thus forearmed. The
liver, the stomach, the bowels the k'dneys and the
nerves are rendered disease-proof by this great invig
orant. Directions. T.ike of the Bitters on going to bed
at night from a half to one and one-half wineiasfuiL
Eat good nourishing food, such as beef steak, mutton
chop, venison, roast beef, and vegetables, and take
out-door exercise. They are composed of purely veget
able ingredients, and contain no spirit.
J. WALKER, Prop'r. R. H. lcIMX I,D& CO.,
Druggists and Gen. Agt., San r rancisco, Cai..
and cor. of Washington and Charlton Ms., New York.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS AND DEALERS.
Mil Gal Powflers.
This preparation, long and favorably
known, will tuorouuMy re-invigorate
broken down end low-spirlti-d horses,
by strengthening and cleaas.ng tbe
stomach and intestines.
It is n sure preventive of all diseases
incid'-nt to this animal, such as LI.'NG
Vt?Va?D ft a v I . I -1 VfiT.
WATKR, HEAVES, CoUC.HS. DIS
TEMPER, FEVERS, FOUN DKR,
ENERGY. c. Iu use improves
the wind, increases the apittte
ivs a smootn and glossr skin and
transionns the mtsemoie skeleton
loto a fine looking and spirited horse.
To karpera ef Cow, thi, prepara
tion is invaluable. It Is a sure pre
ventive against Rinderpest. Hollow
Horn, etc It has been proven by
actual experiment to increase tbe
quantity of milk and cream twenty
perct-nt. and make the butter firm
and sveet. In fatten in cattle, it
aires them an appetite, loosens their bide, and makes
oem thrive much faster.
In all diseases of Swine, such as Coaghs, fleers in
IK Lun)c, Lirr, &c, im KmcieaCTS
mm m BptXIUv. JOJT pUUIHg ITOm OOC- J T-J
half a paper to a paper in a barrel of UK
will the above diseases will be eradi
eated or entire! v prevented. If given
in time, a certain preventive and
rare for the Hog Cholera.
DIFID E. F0PTZ, Proprietor,
For mle hy Pmffriwt, And Stnrvkeppen Uiroa.hoal
la Coiud State. Caaulu and Sorth America
B. F. KEl'NEK & SON. Agents. Mifflin-
lown. Pa. rauff23-I
a. O if
New Tin aud tStorc Establishment,
Perrttville, Juniata County, Pa
THE undersigned Las opened out a new
Tin and Stove Establishment in the room
on Railroad Street, next door to the Tusca
rora Hotel, where he would be pleased to see
all who are in want of Tinware, Stoves, &e.
Hs will also give prompt attention to all or
ders for Roofing, Spuming and Jobbing, all
of which he guarantees to put up with the
best of material and in a workman-like man
ner. Having had over ten years experience
in the business he flatters himself that be
ean give entire satisfaction to tbe publie.
fie keeps on band tbe celebrated Nirarod
Cook Stove, which is the best baker, most
economical and heaviest plated stove now in
use. He will keep on hand tbe Oriental
Heateis. and a general assortment of the beat
Stoves manufactured. - JOHN DUNBAR.
IF YOU WANT NEAT
SALEBILLS, FOSTERS & BLANKS,
CALL AT THE SENTINEL OFFICE
RAOVAT S BEADY "BELIEF
CCRES THE WORST rAI.NS -
In from On to Twenty Minutes.
NOT ONS HOUR i-
, KlerrpKFEB wlTH rAm. T
BADWATS KEADT RELItFU A CTR FOB
. EVEI1Y FAIN. ' -
5" ' It wm the 8r rail I, - - -
Tlie Only rain Kemedy
l)t Ununfly ot ..cnKUtta. JlT
Lnnm.SuiniMh, JKmla,ir .thee (lud, w ujau, by
""i'rwiit os to twstt iirsrres.
no matter how irlt.t.nt or ncnjcalinit the Bjun m
KHbLH&TiO', Bd-rialen. innnn, vrw.
. Keuralcic or prounueil with disease my suffer,
RADWAY'S READY RELIEF
WILL AFFORD ISSTAST EASE.
IjrFLAMMATIOS OF TTIE KI!SF.S.
' INFLAMMATION OF THE BLADDER.
iSFLAMilATlOS OF TITE BOWEUt. .
:ONfiESTION OF THB HTJHJ8.
HYSTERICS, CBOl'F. MfflSSSffimVZSZl.
HEADACHE TOOTBArHt KHEraATisM
COLD CHILLS. AOUK CHILL.
Tbesnpllcjtioiiorthe Krad Belief toth. part or
faru where tbe twin or ttuttcufty uuu will aSunl s
"Twenty dro! In half a tirmNor of water will In a few
mome.1te.inrCRAMPU. CPASMS ,WUB STOMAriL
HF.ARTIU RN, SH'S II EAIiAfHE, PIAKKIIEA,
DX8KNTEKT. COLIO. WIND IS THE BOVML3,-.
audull INTERNAL PAIMS.
Travelers should always carry a boffle of Rrawit,
Itrady Krlief with them. A few drop, in water vi:l
prevent .ivkiirai. or pains from change of water. It I.
be- ter taaa French Brandy or Bitters as a st iuiulant. -
FEVER AND AfilE.
FEVER AN1 AtiUB cored for tlfiyci-ua. There!
not a refnedr.d airent in this world th.it will core Fever
ad A-me, and nil other Malarious, liilious, S-arlet. Tv.
I hr.ii!. Yellow, and other Kevew (aided tv RAI'WAV S
PlI.lJ) ao quick as KADWAVS IJKAD1 ttUtf..
fifty cents per botile. kuld by Druggists. . .
HEALTH !"BEAUTY ! !
ETTiONO AND TI RE RICH HLOOri-IXCTiSATl?
OK FLESH AXI WFKiHT-C'I.EAB SKIN" AM)
liEAt'lIi-ULCOill'LEXlON aELXkED lOAU-
HAS MADK THE M3T ASTONIMIIXO rrHTS ;
to OL'K'K, SO K A I'll AKK THK t'H.OGl H
- THE mli VM'KUt.oFS TM'Kie TMK
I,rKX(K OF Tim lUfLx KOMLiirtL
Evory Day an Increaao In FIcsIi
and Weight Is Seen find Felt.
THE GREAT BLOOD FUR!FIE17.
Fvery drop ft the SAKSAI'AWI.LIAN KEoLV
EXT cntumunieatcs tlinttith the HImjU, Svwf,
and other fluid; anit juievs of the svstcni t!i vijr.-r of t?t
tor it repairs the wasuscfllmbody villi new anti -i t
m.itrrlAl. Scr-.fula, 5. Cni'-mij-Tif);,. Otur.ltr'ar
duease. ricorstn tha Throat,. Mouth. Tim.r.r. N i!f-s ii
t Giantls and oilier j :rts tf lbe tfystcBi, K ro Kti-s
ft ru mot is Itirchsrc- s from tie fc:r.4, aixl the wurt
rV,rms of Skin die;u,, Kiuplioiis. rever 9ons. tkslj
Head, Kin Worm, S.iW Ttheum, Kry-ii.e!:m, Avne, I.IjiJc
F-uots, Worm in the Hesh. Tcnior. lancers iii tl.e
V iimb, eiMt all weaktiDX s:tl painful dirtfijifRes, Nijriit
Sweat, I.Mof Sperm, and all waMraof iii life rri'icl
i'.e, kru vithio the curative more of tl.is woofer of SU .1
m I'benibtry. 'm1 e ftw days n.e wi inre t muy
person oJn It fr eitbfr vt liiuto fu.tus mC fiizKJAi its
potent power to core them.
Jf the p4ti-tit, d.iiT becomlnc rMn.1 tl.e wasr
' tiA decnmjrcuhki that Is cobiinually jinvrrvtiff, uc,.
Cotls in arrrHtin these m-asten, ai-J r. r rrali;' sun e rn ilii
new msterisl ml from heilthy blooo uud this tLo
SARSAPARILLIAN will and dissrmre.
Hot oni' tovS tha fjSAPABlLLI!f ItlOLTKXT exTl
sH known reotedlal atrrnts In l he eonj iY Utirottrc, Scrfiftr
lull, ("oiiMtitutiooal, and bkul (1.9UIks; Lutitla liiCvt-!y
positive cure fSr
LLiuncy & B!ad(!or Con:p3n!nt,
T'rinaY?, aM W"mb ifinesur, OrarfT, Iri.rv,
StoiKtKe of TV:wr, Ino-ntiiieocr of t rim. hrinLt's Di
r.ve, AlbumSniina. arnl in a't ca. wl en; ttier sw brip
ut dTHialt., or the water N thick, Hmnl'. mixed with
F'iltwrc.s liK tlie wh!t of sn ejr, r tlireadt like white
liS. or thprj ha ntorl.il. dirk hiliriun at'peoninfH-. a?;d
white boire-i!i dejrrWisv ar-l when li.era u a I'litkiiiif,
t'lmlnc wt'Snlinu wtifi 'tiir w:tli r, h-n j.i u.0
fcoJUH of tire Hk-a SO 1 ululi U.S LOiU3 Puc; Ji.oo.
WORMSi-T1-e o-.Iy known sxd eure Kc:etIJ
for Murine J'u, Kip rtc
Tumor of U Ycnrs CirOTi tli
Cured by Kadiva) ? ECcHoIvoni.
Vkvcclt. 4I-.. Jity lfr, IM9.
TS. Riry :f nr Triti Tatrinrlii tH"oTrias tnj
Vwt-I. ala i! lf-ct"!" 'iJ tbT? was in fr. lji fi r It." Itnr i
Try ihfiff IhM u nKtmrrat1 i ; tv tkirr t.? iisJ nv. f
Mt rmir R-.., vint, nl ih.nrttt I w.o!J try it ; but h ! bo faith
in ft.'bmui I ImuI uirer4 f,r lwU rtn. I tmk tix bottiri
of th Rf.irmt. mt n tc- rf Raitwsy'i r-II. urtri two bet
tin tf T"nr Krrvl Helit-f ; nl ibrv it I tic ' tcm..r lo Sti
temt or ft-It, tin ij I frl b-lt. n rlr. j-d truff Ict thm I br
ftrtfetT yir. 1 he wvrt Puwr u in tbv Irft rf of tlm
bowclk, o"rr i).a tv 'n. 1 write to 'U art ti.s bklaclU mt
stltera. Ku ca pattliia it tf ckt.
Dr?. fl AD WAY'S
rt-BFEQT FUnSATIVe FILLS,
prfrctly tnt'-it-!W, eVai.t.T cwitel wT(h t-eet gnn.
jjiire, rejiulit-i, itttrifv, c eniis, an sTiTstht-n. lUV
wavs IMK for t! i.rr f.f s'l iinw,rjf , (1f the t.mneh.
Livr. Howe!, K?lt!e Jtl.-.i'ner, J-'-rvtHi-a I!--yt.
Hitsriache, fin.i;.aliun. ' ti.stltxiiv-s, JihjCf-stiMt,
I-rie til, Jl lioTi-ncf. r-Moi: r'v. r. h flnr-:it-.(ir t
tf Bo'T'fl, H'w.vl ;ll l-nMf(ttfr.iittH In'r- ai VIs
Cfra. Warrrtitwl to effet-t ; ecurc. It Vccta-
Llt., f-'i'i:ii i t no nicrcv-w, r).ii.vr;.t-,-T t.s!rier'."i? o"riij.
J? 0!TTr tin1 fMlorr' -g m'rtfiUTi.a result :r.g froa
Ii.ir.1tr4of the ik-trtie (:::ui:
ComtiiVl'Mi. fwH Til-, rnllfr-f rt tV Ir tt.: rT,
AtMitv of lb S.iift.li, u.. Kti:IfM. -t rt Knoi.
FtU:imor H'aSVWt In the Si.w!, Sr Frm liwraa. Sink r ne
Flutt-riup! tli- Pit -f ..iir-wrh. S'r li.ir- .1 hm H-W,
. ilurritrtt ui HiCiill Pr.;h;njr. Ii::trir c s: i! v I-'-sr;. Cu..xg
Viwin. lt-t-r Wain lfor i.-, F I-.-i.l, t-rr at.it t-ni t'tt. :n
the l!ja.l. iMl it rt tf Irj'.'-t.. VVJJ, w- -rt. n
at.rl ttn, Pvi in ih ij.u, i ).. t, Liv.l.t, t-w. .u i-'iu.-h.cf
11.-st, Birr--in fl-'i.
teat fruOtnTl t- al .-r..-y rfl-j-r.lvti, !!.., 15 dots
KEAl -FF.sv TUt F " ft",! ,-?9 Mt-.
Ftv-:ptoRlV.'AV A CO.. Xo.f; ?i. .: t.l,j'.; ,X..
X-Hi, I.;,'. .UtH'. toll Wottal thtUSI:.- Wi I U- I ' t
iTl!S I.GRrDIENT3 THAT
'COMTOSr: KOPAPAnS aro
' p'iMi..!.c.l (in evc-yp;(U:i'. t' c e
iH.re it is v I a cedtt p i; n'tt. i,
rnisn i vs: rnz x."i3s it
ftia a cerla'n cure Tor Scrofuli,
Sj ;.h.!ii i.n all i:s f rnis, Hlienitu
tism, fckin l.-rs-ase., I iver Com
:;i.iiit aaJ all dueaaca of I e
. v,.r. f
Kvi!1 10 no'C fmd t':ai t;n hoitlcs
ot tiio ruiia ct .irjioi7il'.
n:: uMDiRiia.'iza p.nv..:.v.3
hava ned T osadal in their practice
for I.e ( t t!irco jenrs and f rr!y
entlo'fo it as a n lialit Ahsrauve
a:id Ll.ic J 1 ;in:icr.
nn. t. r. rrn rr. cf ra!tinei.
Ull.T. J. HuYKIN,
mt. v. o. pawh.lv.
ait. j. s. Si'Aa:;5, tr ;,-Sch!ssvr.!f.
Dfl. J. L. KcrAr.TTM, Ci'.usaMa,
S. C. 1
ra. a. n. xosr.iir, F.ujecoab, x. c.
USED AZD r.:TE-022E3 EY
J. B. FRENCH & EONS, Fiil Hi.-,
F. 'RfTTH, Jnck'in. :t;ich.
A. F. IVilK.-.LEit.I. mi, t,hjx
B. If Al I.. I imi.OVo.
C RAVt.M & t 1!., t.r.:,:r.rvr!c.
SA.M L. C. ;.:ti AILJV, Marfwes.
Our ypci? rfiTI no! t:T,-.v of ar cx-t-nded
pmr-rki in ic"k:!cn to t!ir
virtiicsoi li.r i.Ji'.n. 1 ..:!. lliical
Irofc:sion v. e mar-rrce a r'Iu:U i.t-
tra.-t9iipcrii.rlo r.:y ti,.y 1 Are rvr
ttjed in the tira mrr.t ti' ii.rard
Uio.1: an.l to tlieaKl.; fcl -.ti- v try
R.i.a.U':l anj vuu will L. rsiijrr'i
BcAlil is SoM rv 1!'. ri-.-,:-..
price 5tJ0 it b-jt::V. A;'ureis
12. ClIlHTrS & C3.
Mnu fa taring Chemiits,
Terror! Hnrder!! Death.!!!
RATS nicTi RATS
RATS FaTm''-ZZj?Z rai;h RATS
RATS A Remarkble Preparation, RATS
which draw Rats, (as by magic) trom
ibeir holes and biJ'.ng places. They e.v
ravenously and all die ta a deal errtaintt
in toe open air. bare to use. Caned
New Improved Vermin Exterminator. Esed
with II -mderful "access at the Co.xtisestai
and other large Hotels and Public lnsti'u
tions in rhiladelphia and New York city ;
Rolton House, Utrrishurg; Union Depot
Hotel, Pittsburg; Herdiot House, Wii
liamfport. Pa ; is, in (act, tbe only ariicle
that will rid you of these pe3ls. Cut this
advertisement out and take lo your Drug
gist or Merchant. If he is not supplied,
he can get it for you of any wbolesaU
Druggist. T.esnre and get only tbat sign
ed E.BURT, Jr., Philadelphia, Pa, 00
eacbjar. Take no other. 25 cents ajar ;
five jars for $1. $1 tcorth will utuaUy Jo a
Tt Xcrchaats. Burt's New Improved
will never harden or change by age. Al
ways in nice condition. Lots on hand of
former make will be exchanged, if desired
Principal Depots. C02 Arch St., N E. cor.
ner Tenth and Chestnut st , and S. W. cor
Eight and Race sts.. Philadelphia. Sold
by all Wholesale Druggists, Direct all
letters to E. BURT, Manufacturer of Rai
Exterminator, West Philadeldhia, Pa.
PLAIN and Fancy Job Printing neatly exe
cuted at this Olnce-
For Siseaae of tho Throat and Lun,
auab aa Cougha, Colda, Wbrxrplnl,
Cough,- Bronehitia, Aajhy
. and CooaumpUoo.
Probably nerer before in th wbnV rrijtor.
medH-Hi. kas anytnias; won ta n-Mf and scl,.i;
npoa the conflJence o( maakmrt, as Uiur!!
remedy for pulmonary complaints. Thnaish a lll
enea ofyeara, and amour wont or the raS
men it baa risen htgber and higher in Hku estimi
lion, aa it has become, better kouwa. Its tt.iZ
character and power to cure the various aa u,-!.
of the lunga and throat, have mode it known as a nf
liable protector ogiinat them. While atlai,ij u.
aiilder forms of ds.-ea?e anrl to young chilij,
at Uie same time tlie most effectual romr.lv lh:,i
be aien for incipient rint.umptio, dl"
gerous affections of the throat and lungs. AsaT
vision against sudden attacks of Croup, u sh
be kept on hand in every familr, awl uuleii as .IT
are sometimes subject to cokls and ronrchs. Zi
abould be provide. I with Ibis anUdote for them
Although settled onmmptian is thourhi in.
curable, still great numbers of eases where lie diZ
ease seemed settled, have been compleu.-lr r,,ZX
and the patient restored to sonnd health bv tl
CAerry rrrtorml. So complete is its masi.
over the disorders or the Lungs aud Throat. tW
the most obstinate of them yield In it. Whraantl.
ing el could reach them, under the Chern
(oral they subside and disappear.
Miiayera auaal fwMso tfjieajcera tad rreat nrn.
tecuon from it. y "
Asthmm is always relieved and often wholi.
eared by it
Bronchitis ia generally cured by taking th.
Cherry frrtoral in small and frequent fceL
80 generally are its virtues known that weamt
not publish the certilleates of them here, or l miU
than assura tbe publio that ita qualities are fuLr
Ayer's Ague Cure,
For Fotot and Asrne, Intermittent Fen
Chill Fever. Remittent Fever. TwT
Ague, Feriodioal or Bilious Fever. &i
and indeed all tha affections whicb ansa
uviu iiiraini 1 rniT tii.
As its game rmjilie, K does Curt, and )nes not
fail. Containing neither Arsenic, Quinine, Bismuth
Zinc, nor any other mineral or poisonnnn substanr.
whatever, it in nowise iniures anv pntienL Tlra
number an.l iniportanre of its enra in theagneiks.
tricts, are literally beyond account, and we Micro'
without a parallel in the history of Ague nieilic'me
Our pride is grttiled by the ai kno rlnlginrnu w
receive of the radical enres effected in nixtmat.
eases, and where other remedies had whnliv failed.
tnacclimateil persons, either refiijent' m .r
travelling through miasmatic localities will be'uro.
tected by taking the AliVE rVRK daily. r
For Ltrrr Complaint, arising from tonii.ntr
of the Liver, it is an excellent remedy, stiunikiis
the Ltrcr h:to healthy activitv. 0
For Bilinna Disorders and IJvpt Complaints, it is
an excellent remedy, prodnrinir manv tnilv re
markable enres, where other mer licineii fanrl Diiln
Prepared by IK. 4. C. Aver A Co., rractirat
and Analytical I'heniista, Lowell, ilass and told
all round the wort.1.
PRICE, $t.00 FEB BOTTLE.
USE THE BEST,
tg n ? vr 9v . '
j 1 1 tf
NIn3 yoira boforo the puUicr
arttl no preparation for the hair hs
ever been produce! crjunl to Hall's
u Vegct.iblis SicUinn Hair Kincwer,7
an I every honest dealer will say it.
gives t!ia but mti.f'ittio:i. It'rs
etorei Gil AY IIAIIJ taits oriinil
color, err; l:r.tn.T firirt prcvontincr
(l.iadruif, eiiii:ij BALDNESS ami
pronaotisj t!i3 jjrowth of tho lair,
i'lia pn'.iy an 1 bVashy hair by i few
apjilieations ia cL.tnj;e! to L'.at k sn!
silky lock.-?, a-il wayward l air will
acjj.n j r.:'.'-" sh-'j the yrcarer Tc siros.
It Ij tbe ebonpest IT ATI. VXY.SS
IKti in t!;trori l.rs l lis cT.ctnbrt
loiter, a? it c.tr'.tes tl.e iiiamls t
farni.5h t'i3 nutrtlive jr: t:cip!e fo
' nwfssjry tt t'.i? lifj of the hair. Jt
gives th-3 hair tfctt Gj-kn-JM rprcar
a;; J2 so unch nd.u'rc I by ail. iiy ii
tcnic an 1 stimulating pr-r-pcrtkg it
prevents tiiJ bair froiri fallisig out,
' and nous ncc 1 bo it::out Kature'a
orniracrit, a goo 1 bsad cf Lair. It :
tho Erst real perfected remedy ever
discovered for eiirtn diseases of the)
hair, an lit ba3 never been eqa dkrl,
and wo a3'.tro the tliosisands who
havo nse-.l it, it 11 I ept up to its
original big't standar 1. Cur Trratis
oa the Hair i.i-.i!e! free; send for it.
Sc U by all Di itnr:';t ci7 Den!: ri it XtSuaa.
Pries Ciia DoUar Fer Uctilo.
R. P. HALL U CO., Proprietors.
LAB0H1T0ST, HA3H0A, .H.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
I it ru;:h and direct Rmtr to '.Y.tshirg
ton, ItHltimcrr, l.lniirn, Dtir,
Hntiiln, l!ocltcstrr and
( W AXt) AFTER MUXO.W. NOV. :r..fc,
W lf.71, the tr.titis on 1 lie Nortlifru Cuiral
Ka'lxay vd!l r:t:i as foM;w :
Mail Tkaix lcavs r.tliiraore, P:31j m
leaves Iiarrisluirrr...v.. 1:1", pin
leave Williamirpurt 7;f:0 p 1:1
arrives at Fltr.ira ll':l") p m
Di rr i.i Hi leaves l!;i!iiim;re 7:-V, p st
1-nves !!iiriibtirg Ml:!:) p m
leaves Wi'Unmspott 'J::'D 1 m
leave r.luri-r: .y, K,
arrives at (':inaiil iir:n f-.ir, m
Fast I.isn le-ives Raltimnra 12:10 p m
loove) Il.irrisl.nrj' 4:1 .pin
arrives at Williaiuspoil M'ipti
WrT'EN Ex leaves ilaliitnr.re l(l;m p rrt
arrives at Harritburj;...!-': i' tn
t.ttE Mail nurtb leaves RarriaVg lt':"" p n
arr. at Pnr.bi:rr 'rZM a m
.Mail TttAis Imym Kln.irj r,;.V 11 ia
lraret Tiii:nmf purl 0:15 .1 r.i
leaves I!arrip!iurg L':'-;ptn
arrives at IVnitnure t;:'n ji in
Bi rr.no Ex leaves Canandatua f:"i p in
leaves Elmira....r. i) p m
leaves Wil'.iauisp.irt I-.l"' a m
leaves Harrishvig 4:' j a at
arrives at I'aiiintore
CfJCis'i Ex. leaves Harrisbiirg ll:AD p
arrive- at Baltimore -:-" a o
Tmii Exrn" ''r Witlinmsport...- f:'-" a si
trrlft Harrishurg...ll:'.'0 a nt
trrlTea a ( iliiinn.-c S.eOpm
Ek:k Mail t nth lear Willianup't 11:00 p ra
It Ta Baa "r l -,:''.' a in
in witH .rrisburg... 2:30 a s
Pacif.c Ex. ni JtlwtTr llarrisb'g ll:J"am
irrn i -ililtimore S:(M) p m
Balt. Acc. south leaves Ilarrisburg 8:
. arrives at Baltimore...- l'-':C0 m
Mail Train north and south. Fnt
north, PaciCc Express south, Erie xrM
south, aud Baltimore Accommodation south
daily except Sunday.
Buffalo Express north and south daily.
Western Express north daily.
For further information apply at the Ticfce
Office in (he Pennsvlvania Railroad Depot.
'ALFRED K. F1SKE.
COAL, Lumber, Fish. Salt, and all kisds
of Merchandise for sala. Chestnut Oai
Bark, Kailroad Ties, all kinds of Grain and
I Seeds bought at tbe highest market prices in
I cash or exebangsd for merebandiK. eoal,
j lumber, Ac, lo suit customers. I am Pr"
! pared to furnish to builders tilb of lunirwr
just as wanted and on short notice, of ei'"er
; oak or yellow pine lumber.
! NOAH HERTZI.ER.
j Jan4 Port Royal. Juniata Co..
A Large assortment of Queensware, China
ware, Glassware, Crockery waie, CeJar
ware, ic, for sale cheap by
TILTEX & ESrEXSCnADE'S-